Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00853
 Material Information
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: May 3, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00853
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
w .. 'r. ? d2Wy , mh", "r,,,..,y'-v,. ,,, "'.,- ..",."""<.... ''''11-''u'fnd.nl ''''h1YP. ,,. ,-" '. '" Y ,"<1.1 oj t et eY y yY4a N Y ,,, yiai


: \ '

\
"-
.
-
,.
.




tHE A PRACTICAL PATRIOT -BUY LIBERTY BONDS 4 'I



J ,



I' sE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' PAGES


ONE GAZETTE. 1 T08 I ,



And OSCEOLA JOURNAL; .Consolidated January 11, 1915. .


KII__M V.lley", K...hll.b.4 1HS4 t ToMollUmmvttr. ".... N....mber 1" 1HBT.r FRIDAY I
FLORIDA MAY
_ KmtmMlmtm* IH 1. } Ouola .1..1 >> "rch.w JaK.SO.lSOS. KISSIMMEE. 3, 191$ VOL XXI-NO. 28
--- --- ___ ___ H_ ___ .
,


LIBERTY DAY OBSERVED IN II OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL. I SEVERANCE GRANTED THE




: KISSIMMEE WITH PARADE BY CASE OF HALL DRAWDY AND I




'; SCHOOL AND ,SPEECHMAKING" BASS-JIM HALL ON TRIAL



-- -- .

It li seldom that community witnesses Unless you stop them, so take care, The case of the state vs Jim Hall, and no testimony 'was admissible
[ more' than i Buy a Stamp, buy a Stamp juct a W. A. Drawdy and Denver Bass, which did not show that the Are was
a inspiring? scene i Thrift.or. War Savings Stamp.. charged.with arson In connection with started in the second story: that as
1 was enacted in Kisslmmeo' Friday afternoon -i Uncle Sam needs money, can he counton II I IIIII ., the St. Cloud fire, has occupied the the building was occupied by two different
when 'hundreds of the schoolchildren you? attention of the Circuit Court the entire parties the bottom being a

with their teachers, partici- : When you lick a Stamp, you lick the week. store and the upper floor a dwelling,
pitted in a demonstration celebrating Kaiser, too.. On account of the sickness of Jim they were two distinct buildings in
Liberty Day, and marched in orderly Please tell Uncle Sam, Uncle Sam, )1 G 14 Hall nothing was accomplished on the meaning of the law.
files from their school to the corner of : Uncle Sam, -IIII Monday, On Tuesday the state mov; The motion to strike,was argued at

<.Broadway and Emmett street, then : That we're, sure yfe can, sure we ed a severance to try Jim Hall alone, great length by the opposing.... counsel
.down Broadway to I he band stand, can, sure we can which was granted by the court. The and many fine points. of law were'
where special exercises were held. I Duy! all the Stamps he wants us to, work .of drawing the jury was commenced brought out. The state .'Was ably
'Th stirring music by the Kissimmoc To cheer upend not get blue: and the 'regular venire of represented by States: Attorney Joseph *
band the resolute firm tread of the Tell him.not to eighteen jurymen and Jones, Johnston &: Garrett and
little, worry anymore anymore .. .... ........... .. ... a special venire Alexander Ackerman, who assisted.
feet and the flutter of countless i ------ --- - - - -- - -- --" -- -- - - of thirty-six were exhausted
flags all spoke more plainly than i We know what they're for what they- This took up 'the entire day. The The arguments took up most of the

words of the real spirit of patriotism 'er for, court issued a summons for a special afternoon session. and when, thy
-which exists here. Let him send them right away, DECLAMATION MEDAL CON- venire 'of thirty-six to appear in the were finished the court denied the
D. G. We will do best motion to strike and the examinationof
h' Wagner, county chairman of: our today. jury box on Wednesday morning, and
the Thrift and War Savings the witnesses proceeded.Mr. .
Stamp by noon a jury of six selected.
was
'movement, with the local committee, lion; John M Cheney'of Orlando, The 'defendant's counsel Col.! Alexander Ack.rman is ,iqw a .
Tom
: had arranged the exercises for the county chairman of Orange county Palmer of resident of Kissimmee, having'' livAi!'\
Tampa and
D
War Savings Stamp committee, madean TEST AUDITORIUM TONIGHT Cary Landis
day and led in three hearty "eheero of DeLand and Z. Bassmade motionto here for some months. He was formerly
interesting talk lines of a
along con
:for, the KisRimmee Public Schools United States District Attor
t \1 when the children had assembled servation 'and'urjo\'ed\ the support of all withdraw the the pleas of "not guilty"and ney for the Southern District of# \'
I quash idictment. "The
round the band war measures. -- mo-
stand. and
Georgia prosecuted Tom Watson
Miss Elsie Welch, Joseph Sears and lie was followered by Goode Guer-- I The Osceola High School and the Spring Song Felix Mendelssohn tion to withdraw the pleas was granted In' the federal court at Atlanta. lie
.. lea LouIse RcgerO, the Junior four ry. State Assistant Director for the city schools of Kissimmee are rapidly Mattie E. Stanford by the court, and the motion to also prosecuted the notorious Green

minute men, who won the tHrd, second I War Savings Council with headquarters drawing near the close of the 1917- A Merry Dance Carl Heine quash denied. &: Gaynor case of Savannah, who
and first prize in the recent oratorical I(I, at Jacksonville, who confined his j 1918 term and the. commencement exercises -. Virginia I,eslej On Thursday morning the exami were convicted some years ago In
contest delivered four minute remarks to the Thrift and War Sav- proper will begin next week. Piano duo-two pianos nation .of witnesses was begun. De connection with the harbor work
". speeches) << which' would have done cred- ings Stamp campaign. At the close The graduating class this year La Premiere Valse Aug. Durand fendant's counsel objected to the evi frauds in that. city.
o it to much older andmore experienced II of his address, cards were distributed !(numbers nine, seven girls and two 1st piano-Vorn Wilson dence and moved to strike the Indict- It is evident that this case will be
orators. ,through the audience to be filled out Misses 2nd ment, contending that the fire, al
boys. They are Margaret piano-Emily Sanderson.Iris as bitterly fQught to a finish, as both .
-. One of the features of the afternoon later with could pledges to the amount Stanford, Gussie Winn, Christine Pierre Rpnard leged, was' started in the store buildIng sides represented by able counsel -

was a clever little Thrift Stamp which be given. Ivey. Ruth Howell, Muriel Prentis Lois J. Overstreet below the dwelling of J. I. Cummings who are putting forth their best.
song written by Misses Florrie Wilks Although the program continued Gertrude McKay, Violet Bullock, and & ectlons from, Martha who occupied the top floor, efforts to win. '
and Virgil Kent, fifth and sixth. for more than two hours and the
grade
Messrs. Charlie Regero and William Arr. by D. King .
teachers, with the assistance of Misses weather was extremely warm, even Arnold.It Olivlne -
Savage
the children in the)
audience remained
Gussie Winn and Muriel Prentls, has been the custom for a num- My Little Boat Fritz Spindler
two of the seniors. The words: have attentative listeners till the close. ber of to begin the exercises at- Edith Miller
years JOIN
the In the evening the time was divided YOUR : PRESIDENT IN
true ring of patriotic service and
is sung in the tune cf "Over There." between the War Savings Stamp and tending the close of the schools with The. Shepherd Boy J. D. Wilson
The follows the Liberty Bond movement. Mr. the declamation contest when six Marjorie P. Makinson
song : Guerry spoke 'along similar lines as boys and six girls selected from the Selection-Malo quartette. -

Buy Thrift 'the afternoon ddress. high school below the'senior, competefor Anitra's Dance Edward Greig BUYING
your Stamps now, ANOTHER $50 BOND
Buy them now, buy them now. Ex-Senator C. A. Carson, county medals offered by men of thiscity' Mamie Pilley
We will tell how, tell how chairman of the Third Liberty Loan who are alive to the value of this Scherzino J. Handrock
you '
Tell how. you- committee made a comprehensive' feature of school work. Ex-Senator A. Louise Regero ..
you
--
Save talk relating the part Osceola ,county' C. A. Carson. offers the girls' medal Piano duct-- ,
quarters, nickels dimes
your
Save has taken in the drive and urged the and County Clerk J. L. Overstreet Charlie Regero, Miss BealsTrio Kissimmee,: May 3 1918. connection 'with this communication.
your now's time.
Go down in money your jeans till your know continuance the effort till the. full offers the boys', medal. La, Fete. de la Rosiere \ Kissimmee Valley,Gazette, City.' '( Your truly,
what it means. you quota was raised. The contest will be held tonight at Ed. Tliulllier Gentlemen: S C. A. CARSON,.

'To, make.a sacrlfice- -pay the price, Pleasing features of the evening I the school auditorium. In addition to Misses Irene Reed, Muriel .Prentit I am just in receipt'of a communication Chairman for Osqeola; county
I'By the price. ; program were the splendid musical the declamations there will be songs Helen Reed from the Federal Reserve Bankof

"You can do it if you try. numbers of the Kissimmee band and by the high school chorus and numbers Good Night Song P. Clarke.. Atlanta stating that there has Washington, D C., May 2, 1918.
Do it now,"not bye and bye.CHORUS. the community singing of patriotic by the high school orchestra.. Clara L. ,Tucker expected readjustment in the amount C. A. Canon, Kissimmee, Fla.
airs led by the Patriotic League and The Springtime of Life H. LIchner of Osceola county as to the Notify all speakers to make this
Music and
the other members o* the high cchool. Expression. ,,x Ida. Katherine Tiller purchase of Liberty Bonds. The original proposition to all audiences: Presi
The business houses of the city On next Thursday evening,May_9,' Elsa's" ''DreamV.from( Lohengrin) estimate was based upon 10% dent Wilson, realizing the vital necessity -
Do your bit/do your bit, take a dare, ,contributed their quota to the proper the music department ,of: the schools j'4\\W\ ,,':'; ,''If! arr,,by F. Leizt of the entire banking resources of the of increasing number and size
\
1>o your share or beware, i observance of the day, by closing their will give the annualrecital4Mi;: .sMyrtilla Carolyn jFripp 'ji''' '\ county. The readjustment fixes the of individual subscriptions, say he
:for the Huns are coming, our lands' .stores and places of business during " o'er running.CLIFFORD. I the celebration of the ,afternoon.fuel ...,.. < quota of;;the county being $97,800 it
... department for a number' of years ;w',0;" "-"":" : B: Codard is $74,000. to buy one more fifty dollar bond installment '.
--------- - - i and her conscientious.work
thorough, Vern Wilson plan, rate of seventeen
I feel
has been of incalculable value to the Coquctterie H. Alexander Mathews quite sure that we have gone cents daily and asks how many in all
patrons. The high' school chorus will Johnnie R. Bronson beyond. this limit, but we are anxious American audiences will match him

LUMBER COMPANY sing several songs. Deuxieme, Mazurka B. Godard 4 to and make it as far beyond as possible, for new or additional subscription;
especially are we anxious
to havea his offer being made
THE PROGRAM Augusta H. Winn large number of subscribers simultaneously y
"Heart to Heart Waltz" A. R. Blum if even to every meeting in America just as
they take but
Out on the Deep When the Sun Is Charlie small amounts. I if he were! present. Have all speakers "
Low-Frederick N. Ix>hr. RegeroOn enclose herewith a telegram just received pound this hard at t
every meeting
WILL BUILD LARGE MILL HERE High School Chorus the following evening, May 10, from Washington( on this sub- and secure subscription. '

Piano duetOverture the expression department, which is ject.... You will kindly publish it in BLAIR.
instructed by Miss Elizabeth Aulf -- .
-- - -- -
Tancredi, G. Rossini ------
--- will give a recital. This event
Misses Winn and Fripp man

P. C. Clifford returned home this for the plant in exchange for A Lawn Party Carl Hcins I is considered one of the most interesting A. E. THOMAS TURNING 1
OUT
of all exercises of commencement '-
from the used. I
morning Georgetown, S. C., current Lillie M. Hansen
week. The male and
The. mill will probably be erectedon Chant du Minestrel Chas. quartet .
where he Morley
went ot consult with his associates ,the high school orchestra will provide ,
the site formerly used by the Cornelia Lancaster
relative. to the location of Tucker Brick Company's mill : music for this evening. These recitals POTATO
thoughMr. Valse Bleue Alfred Margie
"their large sawmill. He stated thatfthe Clifford stated this. was not den Mary E. Winn i will begin at 8 o'clock. SHIPPING BARRELS
recital follows -
i The for the
had :nitely decided program
company definitely decided to as yet Piano duetDancing ..
erect the mill in Kissimmee, and Kissimmee is to be congratulatedoh Toys Polka F. Bohr : --

that work would begin immediately the acquisition of this large en- Elanor Overstreet, Geraldine Lesley A Japanese Lullaby Eugene Field The old saying that "necessity is while four
terprise, as the is I more are setting the
company composedof Strains from the Jane May the mother of invention" has been up
and the mill would be in SouthFritz ex. barrels. The
operation the men'with ample experience and Little finished product i la said
Spindler An Unhappy amplified once more and it
last of July or the first of GirlStanley is source to be. better than
August. capital to insure success. Schell those shipped In
Mao McCranie of
Maggie gratification
The plant will be operated by electricity This mill will employ a large force Springtime Dance Reno L. Becker .. .. in the welfare tote people interested here, in fact, too good for the UM to ,
the power being furnished by of hands all the round vt Kissimmee to which they will be
year and its Harold G. Wilson (Continued on Page Five) know that the put.
the city elec.trlc.plant on an exchange payroll will stimulate all lines of shortage of supplies to It is the intention of Mr. Thomas
basis the council agreeing to take business. ahip the spring potato crop will likely to manufacture a sufficient
-- - - --------- ---------------------- - - supply of
-- result in the development of 'an industry barrels
to ship their
potatoes and he'''
that will\ benefit the city 'and estimates
FLORIDA MORE FARM LOAN MONEYIS that 2,800 will do this.
BREAKINGENLISTMENTRECORDS open possibilities for other Florida While this
; is providing for the Bass

-RECEIVED HERE Publicity Will Win the War towns.When it first became 9 known that a and onstrating Thomas that potatoes Kissimmee it is also dem

Tho Kissimmeo Farm Loan Association i shortage of barrels wait Imminent A. can be manufactured Kissimmee barrels
E, Thomas
continues to receive Federal sufficient began looking about fora grown potatoes and if for home use

(From Frank L. Huffaker) loans and up to date the money is Kmimmee's patriotic merchant have again demonstrated their i tato crop in supply which to he handle was interested the po other why not localities.extend the plant and supply

Jacksonville, Fla., May 2.-Because available on eight of the approved faith in publicity at a means of aiding Uncle Sam in the present growing on the Rull Bass farm. He The staves and heads
of the continued demand for men, loans. This Federal aid is encour- found it would be impossible. to procure be made here and it is can easily
both black and white, in all branchesof aging the farmers and will enable crisis, by issuing a broadside! through the Gazette urging their customers the barrels and -immediately I can also. These are usualy said the cut hoopa from
the and National took steps for
regular armies, manufacturing themat elm wood
them to to buy Liberty Bonds. which of course is not found
Lieut. M. J. DePriest, recruiting officer more thoroughly develop home. He procured a coopering In Florida. The best
for Florida, has established additional their lands and in some instances to The Miami Metropolis published in a recent issue the following outfit and a supply of knocked down is the swamp substitute here
; recruiting offices at Ocala, replace borrowed money that is draw- barrel l material to make J.500 barrels. it is claimed cypress sapling, which
i Palatka, Gainesville, St. Augustine J, ing much higher rate of interest. extract from a speech delivered by R. H.. McKinney, of f J. P. McKinney The M. I.. Stout lumber mill was not hoops. If this will be make excellent
and Fort Pierce. .In can substantiated
The old
stations at operation and he put the machinery
'-.Pensacola: Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Seven or eight r hore loans have been & Son newspaper representatives of New York and Chicago, before to work and by the use of wooden- there is no reason why Kissimmee
f-v- Orlando and applied for and will bj acted may not go into the barrel business in
Tampa Miami will of upon forms turned out staves and heads
course continue in operation. Postmasters by the local l board then inspected by the Helena (Mont.) .Rotary Club: for 1200 more. Three men are earnest and'establish a factory that
and the government appraiser. This official now will care for the shipment of all
traveling recruit agents kept her
turning out the staves
of the army will also become more ac- will not visit a community to "The greatest single force for profreM we have today U the news and heads ...crops that are sent to market.

: tive. appraise farms unless at least five It U publicity which will win this war, and enlighten those --
In spite of the fact that more thana are submitted for his inspection and paper. peepie OSCEOLA MEN IN SELECTIVE: Fletcher McWhite, Arthur Howard .

year has elapsed since the United farmers desiring to avail themselvesof who are misguided and restore a peace based upon democracy, DRAFT LEAVE FOR CAMP Earst, Cyrus Lee, James Baker, Oscar
'States entered the war, resulting in these farm loans would do weir to Mack, William C. Cromedy, and Joe
thousands of Floridians. entering the apply to the local board in time for for aIL .The, Kissimmee men called in the Brown, Clarence Roberson.
service at once, enlistments in all their action before his next visit. selective Of this
draft who
had received number, Oscar Bronson and
'
"Adnrli i it educational. It reaches for and orders
branches continue to increase, as is -i Bay Liberty BM<|. ac our more new to entrain left here Friday nighton William McClelland white, end James

April shown exceeded by the fact that that of the 'March record for _.. NEW ,ANNOUNCEMENTSIn bniiaeu. nit b aa age of com| etitie* and tie sorriTal of die fittest the 11:52 train en.route for Camp : Baker, colored, failed to appear and
by Johnston at Jacksonville. their
T.hewi names are reported to Washing
about one hundred. Florida is now this issue of the Gazette will Tke Helena merchant who reach ..t for basis mot number
nor *** .nrb- was 139 to the white; though ton where they are considered as deserters
ahead of most states of twice Us be found the announcements of F. It.
i population it the '
II was second call and
(in the matter of furnishing; Tyner.who aspires to represent Commisslon.r'a craes\i own prosperity, bat add t. the growth ad ....."... of the. county. ,The colored call from was number Osceola Another call will has be dealt been with received as such.by
'('vetonteers from 18 to 21 and 31 to district No. 1 and Ernest
b j. 41 years of ago, and has also made Mach who asks re-election as commissioner cotamnairy. I mslitsia; tsar tie merchant. whe dee not twroudl 150. The men who. 'received- this notice the exemption board, for two white z
weret men, to leave here
district on the third, today
hj the draft. from No. 2.
'11 i a:magnificent Officers and showing membersof the Home Tyner will be ;opposed 'by E., L.Mr.D. himself with every possible merchinduisf. advantage' b a U t.*...a Whiter-Frank. Lee Albert Causing, Robert and one. more on the fifty Sun.

1 Guard companies Red Cross chapters, Overstreet the present commissioner a bvciaets dicker, for he b not .aid* ; for progress sad prosperity Bronson William Spier, Kirby McClelland.Smith, Oscar day. -Day Liberty s.ab-rte.
,
Rotary clubs and other organizations from district No. 1, while Mr. Machas "
are now aiding. in the work of>>. enlist yet; has. no opposition in his district Jhe commaaitr; : la which he lives"r Manuel Colored Gaddis-James Benjamin Wheeler, Your boy and 'our. boys are,now f'
Harvey Roberts '
utnent." - 1/ Henry over there, and their brothers an got< ;Ii '"
Simmons Nathaniel ;L.*- .Lesene, ing.' 'Buy Liberty, Bond. ,. {/n
l
/II
c. ,i' f I UI r'" ,I} ... .. ." :

If .. I ,.I t/' I ,- I ,i1 II 1 I I ( ,. ;p'J ,


.
'."-' 5' -1 J:{ii"-' r"I-;: ( ..,.",-'''::':,Jc;'.:, --;;.:,"* ? 'i.l>rF'47E' [yti' ;!y .;1", .;:.' ,':wq"\1



h > J k rAl _
fj v
', 'r- . .l.. ,
J !
mss
..., c 'r r t




i 01 .


'
TWO I THE KISSIMMtE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. MAY 3, 1918 ..

-- It,

j I 1 Relief ...
: Overnight '...
..
.
=[1ii.
1 St. Cloud Department. "" .

Calomel Users Listen To Me : for Constipationmild1 ,. -

.
'

} : I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone II '. NEWS AND NOTES OP' THE !'WON.. ER CITY" .. .

JAMES MILES. MANAGER mild, pleasant-tasting comb

i Your {llruggist gives back :you:4 money it it doesn't I I = of simple laxative herbs with

Mr. C. E. Burns, who has been Mrs. Frank Builurd and
liven liver and bowels and straighten children
1 your pleasantly located at the Ronair left on, Sunday to visit her father at pepsin that is known as Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup '
you up without makingyou: sick. house this winter, left for his home Newnan, (;Ii.
en Monday at Springfield, 111.\ Mr. and Mrs. S, M. Hunt left on Pepsin, taken. just before bedtime,
- - --- On ]Friday; afternoon.a flag( raising Thursday morning to spend the summer -' I I
IIl1nc'ks''oilr lionei. will take at at Asheville N. C. will afford grateful ,relief next mor 1ing -
There's no renson why a 'P r8onfliould is mercury and. / .j place our new depot, after
fuilivntinff cat] Take a dose of nasty cnlpmc] ) today; which in the G. A. R. hall Ala S. Mrs. Elizabeth) ; Johnson Mrs. Margaret = without griping or other discomfort.
.<)xmelwhen n few cents buys n large .nml you will]) feel weak pick and .J, Entriken' will lecture on his trip to, Harris and Miss Grace Burns, w I 1r i
bottle of ofDodson's J.iveT'Tonca nauseated tomorrow. Don't lo! c 11dl1Ys I the North Pole and on Saturday at who have been spending the season 'I

perfect substitute' for cnlompl work. Take -spoonful' \ ..o1lnlson's f the opening of the new depot. every-- with Miss Nellie Burns of Pennsylvania .. 1 .
body must come and take a trip) avenue, returned on Tuesday to
,
It is a pleasant, ,'e-wihle, liquid Liver Tone instead' and around the world." thl.'ir' home at'Detroit, Mich. 5 Dr. Caldwell'sFSyrup

which} will start' vour'' liver' just ns you will wake up feeling<< pront. No The people of the Christian Science !>Irl.. Charles Ryan and Mrs. 'J. IL '
surely ni' cnlomol] !, but.it loopn'l more bilionsiioss) constipation, plug- church picnicked' Wildwood Grove Ferguson; were the dinner guests on !

make v'Vt sick flnd Can n'ot.Bnlivnt,. pishness, hendacbe, oo.tteij(\ tongue or Wednesday, making the trip in the :Monday oCr\ .and Mrs. O. .L. Buck- i. Pepsin i F
Children and, STOW folks can !1akc/ 'sour stomach./ Your drujrcict/ Bnvs i itt boat ,Maud. master. ,

Dod) 'on'n Liver Tone,. 1 Ixjcauso, it' is. 011 don't find Dotlson'a] .Liver Tono Mr Isaac Bevier, who hasbeenguest '' Mr. and Mrs. Noah Ferguson left ww The 1't'1t.rLd.Wlli =
perfect 1 harmleps.Calomel / n'cls hotter than horrible], calomel. at the Bonair house'this winter a Wednesday'' morning to spend the .. 'e ,
ia a dangerous drug. It your money is waiijbg>; for ,you. left on Thursday to spend the summer ', summer al' their, -'old home at Chero N I r. """
,
.. .. kee Iowa. '
.
'- - - at Shelter Island N. Y.
The Doolittle family have moved = SOLD BY DRUGGISTS r.VERYWHKRESO.cts. : =
S. S. McClure left on Tuesday for into the Naylor house on New York: ,',
(U?;u7. ) $1.00
his Summer home at Darlington, Pa. avenue. .
The only way to be safe , Mr. Henry' Tan Dusen who hasbeen The 'people of St. Cloud are show. w.
i I a guest at the St. Cloud hotel I ing quite, a bit of pAtriotism Volunteers . I
: I this winter, left on Saturday' for are cleaning, up the rubbish in = A trial bottle C'albe Inbtained. free of charge: : by riling to =

f THE proverb says that the only way to be safe is never I Michigan The Michigan City, Ind. the burned district and ,the city is = Dr. \\'. H, Caldwell, 457'. XVashmuton: $t:, ?Montioello; Illinois =
Association i in
secure. But that proverb was made before the met having it, hauled away U .
Oak Grove Park on Wednesday af Mrs. 'I. B. Dalby entertained Mrs
Two Hartfords began to offer. their complete insurance ternoon. Charles Ryan Mrs. J. H. Ferguson! :..............................................;

protection. Mrs. Z. Harager left on Thursday and Mrs. Harman at dinner on Thurs -
morning to join her husband at .Johnson day last in honor, tf, Mrs.
If have fire insurance have Ryan whois
i
wisely
a policy guarded
you ,you City, and then on to spend! the visiting here. ,, Ii RUMINATIONS II
against: one source of loss, but there are many others which summer at )Decatur, Mich. 11. B. McAfee and! family moved to I OF REX I

might cause you as much loss as a fare The The loyal class of women of the Tampa on Friday lultt ,where Mr. :Mc ,
Christian church, meet at the church' Afee is employed n the shipyard.Mrs. .
"ttJ on Friday afternoon. J. H. Cellars is visiting this I Mablwtris: certainly a street that one of the backwoods courts; the evidence -
INSURANCE Service '
I Mrs. Thompson and son, who have wt'ck'with friends at Davenport. any city should be proud of. Those was circumstantial and
OF THE been) spending the winter here, left Mr. and Mrs.: Je.u Harris, Mr. and I who are raising vegetables have theit 'while no witness had been produced
nA
on Wednesday for their' home at :Mrs. Fred Kenney went to Orlando plots in such perfect order this one I to exactly Connect the crime with the
HARTFORD.fordsprotectionagainstevery ; Cherokee. Iowa. Monday evening U- attend the anniversary II( can: not help but admire their neat ;prisoner, he Was believed! to bo the
ff Mrs. Charles Ryan was: the dinner of the I. i n (O. F. lodge. method of cultivation. Many of them'' ;guilty one.. One of tlie most able
guest on )Friday of last week of Mrs.: Mrs. Charles Ryan of Sanford has: have flower gardens that are perfect-i solicitors that was before the court
P. I D.. Marine. been the guest for the past week of I Ily beautiful. Among the latter class i( Holt by name) arguing the case before
possible contingency. We Mr. and Mrs. Phillips went to Lake Mr. and Mrs .I. Ei. Ferguson. :Air I tare our neighbors, Itriggs on one i the jury' described the *exact
land on Thursday where Mr. Phillipsis Ryan joined her hero for the week- I and Clurks. on the other. Mr. Briggs 'manner in which the prisoner had
.would like an opportunity to employed on the new depot. Mrs end. !I and 'the Hladies connected with the .crept upon the murdered man and
explain: it to you. Phillips will go on to St. Petersburg) Mrs.; I. B. Darby; Mrs. A. E. household have rendered the yard and i drove his knife into the man's side.
JA x for a short stay before it-turning Drought. :Misses t Mary Kinsman'I lot a thing of beauty; roses in pro- 'The description was so! plain and rifetinct -
here. Louise Hoppe ;y.d Gladys Dunbar fusion decorate the house on all sides that every man in the courthouse
A
D. G. W
ONERInsuranceBonds S. W. Porter made a business tri p motoied Orland. on Tuesday. and the evenly cut lawn adds to the could almost see the deed done.
to Jacksonville this week: Messrs. Elmer Id.! ,, J. E. Rowland beauty of the place. At night\ the The jury retired and soon returned
Citizens Mr. Jim Johnson left on Monday A. McLean: Emil Jrnf, )F. M. Ben- house is illuminated by electric lights and their verdict wa: We the jury
} to spend the summer near Cincinnati iamin, J. I D. Harm: : C. F. Johnson which almost create the impressionthat find that man Holt, that talked to us i
Ohio. / B. Kenney and I O. J.: )Dennison. the house is on fire. Both, the I last guilty of murder in the first degree I
IF.
Mr. Dan Barber, who has )been the 1. O. anniversary at men and women among thcrn appear he being the only one that could .
home on a furlough, left Tuesday for Kitsimmee on Surdjy. quiet and orderly, being to all appearance tell us just how the. murder was com
W. II. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGII Fort Scriven, Ga. I N. Floyd Brown ("is.90Id his store "oth..gentlemen and Irdies. We mitted.
Mrs. Ryan was the guest on Tues on Maryland evensto" Mrs. Davis. are informed that they'contem-' At John Drawdy's' all are well.
ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH day of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ely Mrs. T. W. Lan-vjn left on Tuesday plate leaving about the first of May, They have had to entertain a host of
Mrs.' S. W. Freeman fell at her I to spend the summer rot Nefigh, Neb. and my judgment is that Kissimmee, company last week and a part of this. ..
Contractors Engineers Architects home on New York and Seventh Mrs.: Mary E. Reed who tins been fronting on one of the most beautiful L. B., Will and Joe Drawdy, Mrs. Jane
I : street and slightly her lakes in the world, is far superior asa MeDermitt, Mrs.-Will Drawdy, Sher-
: injured arm. spending the winter here, left Monday :
DARLINGTON. AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG. Mr L. D. Prewitt of Louisville, I for her home :n Concord, N 1 H.{ summer resort section and of less expensivethan man .and son Paul Drawdy and James
other
our country. Hall
a I | Ky., was a business caller here this making the trip l hy> pant from Savannah any
week. Rex was raised in middle Georgia and Our visit to Mr. Joe Smith found
to Boston. ="ass.DEER .
the heat there of a night was excessive him in better condition than he has
ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. GIRLS! ITS YOUR -far greater than the people livIng been' ,in some time. His indomitable
on the peninsula of Florida know wife continues the able and willing
SPECIAL REPORT. STEP THAT ATTRACTS!
ORANGE CENTERThe PARKMiss about. The Gulf of Mexicoon
' !anything( nurse and the careful manager of
National Stock Yards one side and the Atlantic Ocean on household matters.Reports .
Illinois Says women pay fart,loo much heed to Orange Center school. closed on Orville Lamer of Palm Bead), the other, produce currents of air from the country seem to
'April 23, 1918. their Instead of {Friday. Quite a number witnessed is enjoying a few weeks visit with her from the ocean countered by similar indicate that no particular damago
their corns. the flag raising in the afternoon. cousin, Miss Beulah Lanier of this currents! from tho gulf and on the has been done by, the rain Some of
TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle 5500; There were also recitations and pa place. south from the lake that render this our farmers have become carnlcus

hogs 13,500; sheep 700.. Watch your step! A brisk, lively triotic songs which the assembly While crossing toe long trestle of a most delightful summer resort. We from previous experience. Any fold
CATTLE: Best grades of steers step is what charms moro than a greatly enjoyed. In the evening the the Union Cypress railroad the other of course ,have Dome very warm way of planting a crop is good enough
rte aellingo fully, 60 cents !'higher than.a lovely skin, but your high "heels have following program rendered: evening, Mr. John Woodard fell and weather in the .lIummer, but.,not suchas for them, but when old mother nature -.
(Il. week agoHmedium:, kinds steady, with caused corns ,and ,you limp< an, little Song; -Star Spangled Banner-.-by. e h; sustained is experienced at many of our so- goes the least bit back on ahem
e' '''.common j, : ,, cwtS lower>>ifij Butcher;cattle;-generally Corns destroys: uty' and \ .fcrc.ce be Vacation Day Song' by Annie Christ* indbutFat; \the .1 l ,Kin hospltaIA)he ,have electric < fans, which any.: that create the excitement about ruined
"'' 251'to{150 + time last week.QUOTATIONS. your feet ft every corn by asking Omar and'Edwardps'I(' ' : Beef steers $10 to at any drug store for a quarter of Stars and Stripes-Drill by twelve things' with,'which our people con and weather'are.prepared either and
It. $15.75; stockers and ,foeders $9 tot an ounce of freezone. This will cost school children. Rev. David Peel. f rmp.rly.of ;Mel do adorn their premises. Kissimmeeis don't have to j!?in .the calamity howlers -
$11; beef cows $875 to $10.50; fan- little but is sufficient remove every "Just Plain Dot," a short play. Those )bourne, has completed his residence made a thing. of beauty and her .
Tiers $7.50( to $8.50; yearlings $8 to hard or soft corn or callus from one's taking part were Misses Hattie and t n his tract of land northeast of town citizens ('cnerrlty take pride in her Hunter's .Paradise has again been
t, $10; heretics $9 to $11; veals $10 to feet.A. Annie Christmas, Leona, Maude and brought his family' last Wednes" beauty. A correspondent does not invaded! by some determined .hunters ,
914; bulls, $8.50 to $10.50. few drops ap. lied directly upona and Nona Bronson Louise Bronson, day to their new -",me. have time nor space to tell of all the and the dears who are within the sacred -
HOGS: Today's trade opened lOc '''tender, touchy corn relieves the Mildren Anderson, Essie Rigney, Mr. and Mrs. Baler' and Mr.: and beautiful things that can be found precincts of that devoted land of t
.. to 15c lower than a week ago and soreness and soon the entire corn, Mrs. Richard Bronson. Messrs. Mrs. Rowe had a very delightful auto here nor does he have to stretch the enchantment appear to be there on
closed fully 25c lower. Extreme top root and all, lifts right out with'ut Omar and Edward Bosse, Leonard trip to St. Cloud last Sunday. truth to tell what has been done. business. Rex expects results to follow -
last Tuesday $17.90; extreme top today pain. and Coy Bronson, Harry Rigney. Mr. Secor brought his wife last We have consumed so much time that will astonish the natives:
$17.75. Good to choice !\togs 160 This freezone is a rummy substance Vocal solo-"She'Wears a Cross Upon week from St. Lojm Mo. They will and space in the foregoing. description Our people as a rule appear to be
to 210 Ibs. $17.50 to $17.75; 220 to which dries instantly and simply Her Sleeve," Mrs. Will Schucks. locate on their tract of land southeast that Rex will be compelled\ to bending very gracefully to the numer-
260. Ibo. $17.30 to $17.50; extreme shrivels up the corn without inflaming Rt'citation-"If I Knew"-Agnes Ver- of Deer Park. Our community; pass further description of our street I ous food proclamations that ..have
heavy hogs $17 to $17.25; pigs '120 ( or even irritating, the surrounding. nam. U indeed i fortunate in the excellent to another issue. been issued. Rex has, talked to a great
to 130 Ibs. $17 to $17.50; 110 to 120 skin. Recitation-"Lily's Ride" Alberta type of people looting here. Circuit court had so light a criminal many of our people and they all admit
Ibs. $16.50 to $17; lighter pigs $12 Women must.keep in mind that Anderson. Mr. E. P. Eagerton was taken docket before the grand jury that it that i if our soldiers can fight the h
for the common, to $16.25 for cornless feet create quite was comparatively nothing. If this kaiser, they
good. ; a youthful step "Recitation-"Deacon Jones" Ada :by surprise last Sunday: when a familial can fight their appetites
'

best roughs $16.50 and $15.75. which cnh nces her attractiveness. Maddux.MissixHiise. + touring car drew in front be the result of prohibition then we strong enough to subdue! all OpposI-
SHEEP Market up can as warmly applaud the C
: unusually strong cause as
i>f the hotel r n-l I in tion.Our
Bronson danced to a se- a twinkling his
its most ardent
and at the supporter Democratic
highest point of the rooster still ad
year.
Wool lambs $16 to $21.50; clipped; lectidn played on the violin by Mr. daughters entire family had vita! Ron and three ; Our friend, P. P. Savage, continues heres to his patriotism; he is willing
Ree alighted. After few
lambs $16 to $18.25; wool sheep $15.50 Holliday. trrasii'ed hours of the a with the .telephone company. Their to sacrifice his progeny for the benefic r'
visiting '
to $16.50; canners and choppers! $8 to h Song, "America"-by all preesnt. Curl took the older! Son, business is at pre ent so urgent that of the soldiers and has issued his edict
913.50; bucks $13 to $14. Goats $10 Quite a crowd was present. The Orlando while daughters backto he'ls often away six weeks at a time. that every hen within the domain
I front of the school room displayedan Mm. Ragerton nnd The 1 is
to $15. I company. e engaged with has must practice until she learns the
NATIONAL JACKSONVIIL f1A American flag, while suspended the. youngest one remained to visit I a government contract of
LIVE STOCK COMMIS- here for some nature method of laying two eggs a day instead
SION COMPANY. from the ceiling were small flags. The I a week. which causes them to keep their hands of one. The edict includes instructions r i,

I _-B.r I.lbrrtr B..de-- OLDESTf.1TA8L1Sl1f entertainment was exceptionally good Last Friday evening a social gathering closely and constantly employed.A how to accomplish this. reo
from start to finish and much credit was held at the home of Mr. man was on trial for murder in sult.
ATLANTIC HOTEL a urneeH la given to all. and Mrs. Wm. II. Kempfer to tender
J SeED The teacher Miss Mildred a. farewell to D-er ----- _.
Park
Jacksonville Must Anderson our (<< soldier --- -----
- - Flordi1'I.O5I IN FlORIDA has returned to her home at boys who responded to the call to

'liar .. ..0. /uric.. IYU"+na'mr," _rra.M.'C#,." The Misses' Vere and Adele Bur- Messrs. Lewis Coleman, Jesse M.
Hot aid cold runnlnic water In every nam were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Moody, Arthur Crosby and Henry
room. All outBldo and srruenod. Room 6. E. J. Keene on Sunday. In.the after- Elarbee, Jr., will leave for the train- Thrift Demands MileageThe
and to '2,60.hath $1.00 to l:.$1 Frank.60. 2 I'varcp people, Prop.$1,50 r Re(1Iy'SFFD'la( noon the party enjoyed a fine time ing camp in a few days. The house

._ bathing and all report a good time. was beautifully and appropriately
.. ', Messrs. Ivon and Gordon Maddux decorated. In the contests Mr. H. G. "pleasure car" is no more. War has
.,. .. enjoyed a fishing trip to Bonnet creek Secor and W. S. Knight took prizes,
: one day the past week, returning witha while Rev. Peel's solos and the briefIIpeel."hell made the automobile an essential part of the
: -
; good catch. ing. were features of the'even. transportationsystem..

THE S. S. CONVENTION Ice cream and cake served and f d
were Buy tires on the basis of service and .
< I Read the program for the Sunday all\ enjoyed the evening sd*much that economy.roti
"f< l Poll Tax Notice school convention and begin to get at twelve o'clock they tendered a rising t he satisfied with a 3500-mile adjustment.

/ ready for it. vote of thanks "for the one who
} Have you learned to make due had, promoted it."
i preparation Saturday for keeping the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kempfer accomplished QUAKER TIRES
the impossible by makinga .r,
Sabbath ? Or are you a sort of Hun
flying trip to Palm Beach in their
that counts God
only second fiddler
a .
t auto.
? -HUT Liberty llond_- g:Sr 5000 MilesThe
; 1 .PolI;Taxes must bepaidTon or be- Remember when you ask the gro- KISSIMMEE INSURANCE MAN ,

.. _- ... r ___.. _ .,_....-* 'nm\ t .. ceryman to deliver you goods Satur- TELLS OF FRIEND'S RECOVERY
> day night that rob- 43
you are probably
% ,higher adjustment on Quaker Tires
foreSaturday May'1' Itly in order bing come deliveryman of the privi- -
',, lege of spending the, Sabbath in a in"He suffered considerably from gas 0 is a dividend on the money you invest in Quakers. ,,
Christian stomach and colic attacks, and at
_' tovote in manner. times was very yellow. His doctors p Car owners tell us that their mileage costs the
; qualify theJJune: Primary. Holy day, or holiday, which? Are his
diagnosed
ailment GO
you first, or God? as gall bladder least when they use Quakers. Reduce your mile- +
I _ trouble and that
an operation was
-Bay Liberty H..d_
\(1( Some r7o age cost, too.
"'-- Chaiqberlain'i\ Tablets. necessary. one pursuaded him ;
: .. \ People everywhere speak well of to try Mayr's Wonderful Remedy.
r Chamberlain' Since taking it one he tells oO h
C. BANDY ::= Tablets. If you are year ago
J troubled with indigestion or constipa me he has been able to eat anything." DISTRIBUTOR ,
,_ .t is & simple, harmlesse
tion give them a trial. You are cer preparauo/t Qoo
. Tax Collector. tain to be benefited by them.. that removes the catarrhal mucus
: .. from' the intestinal tract and'allays Lupfer &, Prather
tlM OuUM That DOM.. the inflammation
Not AffWt the Hsad. which causes jracti- ,
I. 1Ie<<...of IU tonic .ad'Uzatfe* effect.LAXA tally all stomach liver and intestinal a 0 KWlmmee1Flonda) !t e
TIVB.&0110 QUIMINB. 0
better than ailments
ordinary including appendicitis. One
,,1 OntnlBe aixljdoe* not .._
A'1 --r
t / 1 look..hi ""d. Rem.uberlb.full n.me aod dose will convince of money refunded 1 1f
r Ice the ,aijpittar*.ol ., Wt OM>Y%,.**, J. Z. Roberson, druggist. &: '
r I 1fp (II I MJJJJ ,:jJIj.IIjJIjLI.I.I:1:1IJn'II'1 :: ::::::[: ::!::::: :;

.. I I / '

,, f
',. '
,
,i r. k I x 1, M UliS z7al p .'rT":..,.L.4J"!'..".;, t''l.\..r-l, ,'.\O'.l',1JI.I"is; : ,::,"'}:."",1"' ,'''k I'',..,..-.i.""'i 4 I,:::M:\; .....W .' ?;*f t tl!+' ? .. /, 1",'/;r'y..I., ." '/<'.'fIi.. :d',. ,.Jjo" ", ,"''i.'M1I: ,/".. ..'If :. 'f....,<".,.,..".,",' .....<.,.W"r',\ :; ' 'jt\" ...",.,



\ -' :, N "' >, !''I"" "''''''''- H.jl " >.;",, .",..... > ,..,t, M1.,,: '.".f....'/t "' "Y""1w' '" ht d'r , ,
; "t. r Y' nylfM1l .h M' r 'M1f I\ S N IA Nl1 i7' aF YhY
.




THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918 THREE.

. _. _ n _________ _


t. Stomach. Since Troubles Childhood Happenings at TallahasseeWEEKLY R1CANNAVY .liv111 lW\TES"WA8E I



PERUNA Made Me WellI ,

.REVIEW OF WHAT. IS TAKING PLACE IN OFFICIAL

CIRCLES NON-PARTISAN COMMENTBy
-
!>fr. ''Wm. W. verly, 1S25 North .
; I Now
Hancock StreetPhiladelphia.. Pa.,
+ 'r ., writes; BRYAN MACK ,
Enjoy "1 have been troubled with stomachdisorders ,_ 'J (
since childhood but after
The Best taking six bottles of your Peruna, I Every officeholder, capitol employe the heart. Frequently, toad to relate
now enjoy the best of health. I also and citizen of Leon county is proud of heads are received that have been so *
bad catarrh In the head which practical county' Liberty treated that t _
the fact that Leon there in no material left I
of has disappeared, thanks to Loan quota' has been': ,, oversubscribedwith for examination. When a head is to '
} the. Peruna Co. for their good work.'* a rood( prospedL of geting more be sent for examination it should' be : =_

Health Those who object than fifty per cent more than the put in a pail or similar container.with :zlL?
to liquid mxdlState
-
cl....can nrnn".... P..rip,... T..hl... quota. Every FForida county oughtto a tight fititng cover, then pack thi, :
do equally as well-it's the Florida in a candy bucket or box and fir
u------- way of doing things. Still there are around with ice and sawdust and shir
entirely too.many persops 'who claim at such time that it will stay in th, '
they are not able to buy even a fifty express office an short a time as pos ; :
dollar bond, and in this countyof sible. This will get the head to the
some twenty thousand persons only laboratory in such 'condition that ar
m Bank about four hundred have made pur- examination can be made provide
chases. that the brain has not been removed ,
When sending a head a letter should y ha
With unfavorable war news and always be.sent giving a full history!
of Kissimmee numbers of young men leaving for of the case-symptoms in animal, .
the training camps every month, the duration of same, if a 8tray'I'nimal.
people are serious minded this spring if persons were bitten end if so, ex- 3 u un 6I5Qt a M a n Ba>>u J Hid
and seem to think ,that the selectionof tent and location of bite, if animal 1
1 The of the worldare men for political office is entirelytoo died or was killed, if there wall any i ACKIKS In the Amert-
eyes frivolous ,a matter to be given history of having been bitten or if cnn rnvy. are classed
the usual attention. :Pos ibly this\ other cases have occurred in the locallty. as the peat fed body .
is the correct way of looking at it, ." ., 1 of men In the world
the who but to me it seems J.hat'.never in'the If you want some additional information In the ship's galleys t.
on man history of'the state should such care on the subject of rabies the every effort Is made to
be given the selection' of men to. hold Board of Health will no doubt furnish eliminate waste.In x
public office. I it to you.Those the 'upper photo

: one of the cooks on the
Mr. Patterson, of Tax! Commissionfame persons who have qualified North Dakota Is opensting
reminds me that in naming important I with the Secretary of State for state
that
sllcer
i supporters in recent years of offices, not including state senators a meat
SAVESPAUSE law for Florida I and cut bacon, with the
an inheritance tax state attorneys; are: For rail-
neglected to mention the tax commis road commissioner, N. A. Blitch; for least possible wastage.
slon. I.: admit my error, for the tax iustice of the supreme court R. II. Fat la fuel for lighter. Bacon Is
commission in its report to the legislature Buford, J. P. Whitfield; for tax com- badly needed In tin allied armies and
has earnestly pleaded for the i missioner, group No. 1. 'Catle E. nmles. The allied needs In pork prod Y
enactment of a law taxing inheri Shaokelford, P. S. Bowen; group No. ucts ore 150.000.000() pounds monthly, ...-_.. "
How times do change a few 2 L. three times much before the
tances. ; Harry Bethel W. M. Holloway: an an war.
MlIY7/t 'Wl.J &
ifA .Pto
years ago such a measure was scoffednt for state auditor J.Will Yon, J. H. Another\Miste 'lliulnuK>r on the North m1lJN
for a moment, young man,,, and now nearly all candidates are Lancaster. Oalioiii is the potato peoler. shown In toes In America for greater use In {
for it-and the legislature next spring the lower photo Nothing Is lost except every home and for all needs of array
give a thought to self. The will very likely put such a law on the Road building in 1 Florida is not only the notunl potato skin. and navy. Eat more potatoes eat {
statute books and then it will be necessary, it is popular, to say nothing There !is o siidldent quantity of po- less wheat ,
problems that confront you now or rather expensive to die of being expensive. More than nix .
1 million dollars were expended for .. . .
will a few years hence. Not every time do new movementspan (I good roads by the various counties in I I
out the advocates I'el eve,. and the last to be HOGS;
as state year, and then it wnnn't tax It isn't stylish these days GROWING
Ihostf closely identified\ with the work- such a r wvl year for road building without: your poll tax receipt and one .. -
.s Look about of affairs in
'ou-the men country state nabon- inf of the method of taking care of cither. This one will no doubt go of those nice looking Third Liberty
yet, in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. county money since" the office of coun- ahead of it. Of the total amount l Loan bonds. For a hog to be profitable lie must
r tv tipnsurcrvns abolished, contend spent $1,771,423.34! : was derived from -liar l.lWrty llontUChildren's -- be kept growing from birth to mar-
They have the reaped and confidence of the community. that It is proving anything but satis- the regular road and bridge fund tax; Coughs and Colds. keting age. lie cannot be profitable '
r'tOTAssiltnnt State Auditor M. county load! funds furnisKed l $2,298- For children's coughs and colds unless he is healthy.. He can always i
Then look 0'the- other tide-at the fellows who spend all they C. McIntosh, who Y-prnds most of hill !912.88.: The special" road district. j Chamberlain's Cough remedy is ex be in a profit-producing condition if
officers. ho is fed l B. A. Thomas Hog Powder. '
time checking up county says funds showed up with the nice Sum of cellent. It is and effectual
make- they may have a good time for a while, but what does their prompt
of We positively\ tell that this remedy 5
hevns ardently in favor the $I 1C)79.18) while the special" road and contains no opium or other narcotic you
]personality reflect? change nnd thoutrht} it was going to funds amounted to $073,4(51.14.( You and i is pleasant to take. prevents cholera, removes worms i
work without a hitch but he believesthe might Inform 'our' neighbor that and cures thumps. If the powder does k"
A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the abolishment of the county treasurer Florida is spending more per capita Whenever You Need a General Tonic not make good, we will. Waters &\; iI
nucleus: of an. honorable, independent career. is a backward instead of a for for good roads than any other! statein Take drove's. I Carson Grocery Company. I,'
Make your beginning now-today. Your bank ward step. The foregoing is by BO the Union.I The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless ..-D.. Llbcrlr n..d.NOTICE _
book will means my endorsement of returningto chill Tonic is equally valuable as a tAll
pave the way. the old method for I don't know have a "hunch" that some mighty General Tonic because it contain. the dogs running at large In the
what is best, but it is merely an endeavor good Florida Democrats have been well known tonic properties ot QUININW city must wear a collar with the license
Capital stock .._________ __ ____ $100,000.00Resources '
-------- to tell the readersof attached.
on my part too busy talking the war and have and IRON. It act on the Liver Drivel tag
over_____,,_______________________ 600,000.00 this paper what is going on and not made that little visit to the tax out Malaria Enriches the Blood and GEO. W. OVERSTREET t
i being talked about in, official circles. cone tor's office and paid their poll Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents. City Marshal.W. .
t Officers and Directors: d
.
-- -=- ------- --- --- ----
There is probably no one \in Florida I
C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P who has a more original way of expressing I I
ROMA THOMAS Cashier himself than the governor of '
Florida, and Iwa especially amused I
N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON M. KATZ with him one day last week when he II V
C. A. CARSON II. FLEMING. E. L. LESLEY. was discussing a person whom he H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUCH 1 K'
thought Was trying to impose on him. 1)
J. WADE TUCKER Directors. '
OFFICE GROUND FLOOR
"I wouldn't tolerate any such treat-
ment," he declared, and then added, # CITIZENS BANK BUILDING
after he wouldn't be .
why '
.. . ,.. explaining ( -
G'j ,
'" treated such ,,' "A : ; '
!
in a man "
: ways > .. Phon. 312 . ';, 'J;
'
doesn't have to'.take,but two things : :' ,, ,
v ,/ : r' ,.;':-': ,t.t
'"',.ENOCH MORGAN'S c't' l' and,theyaretthe ..lectures of his wife! q.P.. .0. Box 413 /,',411/\\'
,. . _I
and iof IfiCI'hisown !
Lend Him the'lashings con- .'j+ ",
SONS CO.SAPOLIO. science." "I.' ; '.o. -X\ iI; ,

AHrm ...
The man wh-fays Florida* women ,

7 are pacifists has another guess com .
ing, and he had better be particular
where he makes such statements 'or Arnold &
he might run into a hornet's1 nest of ,
DIJYB belligerents. A telegram reached
.. Buy Governor Ca tts' office last Saturday
s signed "The Women of -i ," pro-
testing against the alleged action of .
For For. the county local board in charge of t'
PATRIOTISM the draft. The message claimed that .
ECONOMY the employes tof a certain industr MacDonough

cfions speak louder fkanwordsActDont cation.had been The placed women'' in deferred protested classifi vigor- : : y

Talk -Buy Now ously against such action and said
"If'there are not enough men over
and under the draft age in
t
county to operate the om- .
'. C A. puny, then the women of. this county
: CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary will take their places."


The Waters. & ,CarsonGrocery first among complaining-or When organized the the persons local there district rather was dissatisfied boards considerable growling were with REAL ESTATE


the rulings of the board, but they
wouldn't make formal protests. "How-
ever that time is past and when a
Company board makes an unfair ruling these
days it must to the
answer righteous
t indignation of the community WE HAVE THE LAND you want -any size

L Wholesale and Retail Dealers ins Tallahassee is in the throes of the ,
usual early summer mad-dog ,scare. Farm from 5 to 640 acres or more-with or
One day last week the little son of

'GROCERIESAAAAAAAAAAA was Hotel bitten Commissioner by' a dog Jerry supposed W. by Carter the without orange groves, land adapted to the growingof

authorities to be mad. The dog's
head was cut off and forwarded to the
1 CASTOR BEANS Truck Farms Chicken Farms
AAAA AAA State Board of Health, and examination ,
y yy ' 1
yyyy. rvvvvvvvvvvvvvWE showed that the' dog was not

( 0 WE SELL: .. 0 0 0 BUY; 0.. mad mad.dogs Since and we are know fearfully very little afraid about of Cattle ranches, Hog raising, general farming, Potato -

them, the following taken from the
0 HAY 0 publication issued by the State Boardof
and land soil.
'
k 0 0 HIDES Health should be remembered by Cabbage or virgin '
.
GRAIN 0
... .
I 0 0 everyone in Florida. Wouldn't it bea
( 0 FERTILIZERS FURS good idea to cut this out and pasteit We have a number of bargains in city
WOOL 0 in your scrap book: prop-
O SHINGLES "There seems to be a very preva
AND 0 lent idea that when" a suspected case erty that wouldn't resist.
of rabies the you
ORANGE BOXES 0 occurs proper course is
to kill the animal and send the headto

.> ORANGE WRAPS 0 .. COUNTRY ALL .. is far a laboratory from the for truth diagnosis.however, This and, Call on us to show you. It costs you nothing

0O except in those cases where the animal -
VEGETABLE CRATES .
.
CRATE NAILS 0 .. PRODUCE form, usually of the disease a dog ,with is making the furious a run to let us prove that we have the land you are looking -

... .... ... .- over the country and biting whatever
. . I : gets in his path, the proper way is to for :-in the l like and
00 000 0. oo . . . . ". . confine the animal securely and if he -- place you --- at prices you

We sell field and garden teed: of all linds. is rabid he will die within a few days,
but if he la alive and .
Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and perfectly nor can pay. .
camping parties. mat a week after the bite the best H
,Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. negative diagnosis ia secured. On J.
We are county agent for good fertilizers. Ask ns for circular and Drier the other hand when an animal is .
on fertilizers. (U. S. Food Acnunistratioa License No. C-22092) killed in the early stages of the'dis 1
ease a microscopic: examination may
fail-to give positive diagnosis. When .

4 Get Your Job Printing from the Valley. Gazette should it is necessary be done to by kill shooting an' animal through it SyI'

I -
; alt
j
/ / J / ff'J 1, if ,' of


M1. H,,: n'AME y + 1 d ra r ,4pf, ,. ( xr ,ytx f1d , Y, .p r +: . n + aai, rt'fl.jI ,-



'"I'. s
- II ...



\ .

.
0- I

FOUR -- 4 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MAY 3,. 1918 .........,

.,.

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 'This "Made-In-Germany War JUDGE KRIBBS EXPRESSES VIEWS, .

The necessities of war sometimes
'i J = accomplishes what ought to have been Don't Forget To Go To
............ Ever: FrI..F.BF attended to in peaceful days.
Kl._l__e. Valley Gristle C._.... (Richard H. Edmonds Editor Manufacturer Record) The selective draft will take care "f

K....__... F..r... If Germany had waged its war without barbarism; if every soldier in of the slickers, slackers, shirkers and .
skulkers as the need be. Those '
W. B. HerriI'rel-..t . its armies had been a decent man; if there had been no outraging no murder not called to the colors may will nnd must Floyd's Cash''Grocery
......
Eo U* VAcaew' .rF no destruction of homes or of churches and cathedrals, Germany would still serve their '''country 'to the best of<
. I.
..1...... N.. II their ability and skill.
deserve .the utmost punishment that could be inflicted by civilization upon There is another clacs composed of

Copy.fceertptlo-i One Year_.R__._._e_._lOn .__.,..00On any country because of this unholy war for its ,own material advancement.But call idlers and' loafers, whom you cannot - -
Copy HI* Months____.____... 1.00 vagrants or vagabonds, but who
world has been awful millions and millions
On Copy Thr. Month.._._____. .'* the engulfed by woe;, never were and never will be jroof1
have died and other millions have 'been maimed for life; hundreds of mild citizens until they feel the stern hr.ndof
All communication Axcfft from our authority and become
-lrned.uthorUed by the oorreapandent writer, must be lions have suffered in the agony of seeing their loved ones forced --by Germanyinto to obey and to serve. There dosciplinotf should For your Groceries and Fresh Meats.We .

Rejected matter will hot b* returned this awful war to save ,the, World Jrom German domination and damna be a drastic draft of these men''' for
Snip. called for.Entered I labor for the public Rood Everyone'
( In the Po.tofrtce at Klmilm tion., Women and children have been outraged, the. Chivalry of the high between the ages of eighteen/ and fit have lots of good things to eat and

.... Florida, a. fcund-claa matter.) seas has been .supplanted by the I foulest campaign of Hell-devised murder of years, who< is not regularly and habitually ; ,

FRIDAY. MAY 3.. 1918 innocent non-combatants that even the devil, himself ,as expressed through and recognized engaged In business some useful, trade lawful occu you 'will be 'surprised at the: low pricesGET

Germany could devise; the very existence of ell! civilization has been threatened pat ion or employment.This '

-S oo.oooo ooooooo.. and if.Ger'many. were to succeed the whole world would sink back into the utmost nation in the of ours greatest is involved, bloodiestand to OUR PRICES ON FEED
Bonds beIng 4 a
about -
< Talk Liberty
4 safe-conservative estimate 4. the. dark ages of .atheism and barbarism. i which most will desperate war of all time '

< Mates the wealth of the United **.. We are face to face with all of these terrific realities and all, the fearful' strength, service require: and every sacrifice ounce to win.o Phone. 176
0- nt 250000000000./ In- It is to decide whether I
which mankind. a vast military
of
4 come $50,000,000,000. All this 4 possibilities the very thought' staggers' power shall control and domineer the II We deliver inside the city., We appreciate,yourordersClassified
4- and more, ton backs Liberty<"s.. And all this has been brought about wholly by this "MadeinGermany"war whole world as enslaved peoples or

4 4.. now Bonds. Some backing Buy. one :*t started by Germany for .the sale purpose' of forcing Germany's domination .I shall of government each nation best:'()()se,suited its own for form the] -

......... 0 "and damnation over olher'co ntrie.. prosperity and happiness of its. own 'f' --- I

'I' 0 These are the lach'which' people .should fully understand, and then people ? Shall the world be mnd' Advertisements
Save the wheat., safe for democracy or shall the tyrannical OUR MEATS
they will slowly come into a realization of Germany's crime, surpassing all rule of a military despotism. be ARE'WEU.KEPTSUTCHERSADEPT'

Buy a Liberty Bond.. the, Crimes combined of all nations. from the very beginning of time. Then laid upon all 7 BY
The United States has ,given to its '
; they will realize that this "Made-in-Germany" war is indeed a "MadeinHell"war president tremendous and far reaching ; ..
week is being sacredly
Wheatlesa eu
observed by Kissimmee'g, patriots. I. and is ,a fight to I the death. powers until victory is assured. ws.s. 1
.. The congress of a free people has
Benjamin Harrison lived eight placed into the hands of its govern- :
,
Tomorrow closes the Third Liberty I AMERICAN RED CROSS NOTES years.William. ment every resource of men and WAR SAVINGS STAMPS I. 1/4/ -7.
Loan campaign Don't fail to buy McKinley died in office. means within its borders. By selective UNITED IC.U.e.v THE ,.
from Atlanta STATESCOVERNMJEMT
Mrs. Cline representative J
your bond. Theodore Roosevelt is still. alive and draft it has taken and will con
a director of the American Red tinue take the I
talking. to best of our
: young'
Have 'you bought wour Liberty j I Cross, will be in Kissimmee She 11an either And William Howard Taft is living, manhood. To these is giv>n the enviable FOIL .:x'n.'S authority -
Bond T' The sale closes tomorrow- ,:, Saturday or Monday. a useful, honored citizen.-Miami Metropolis privilege to carry the flrg over house On :Main tre.et for improved ,
Saturday, Better hurry. on Women's work and the the seas,in the fight for liberty; right land Come let UH show you Ihlupoiirl KNOWS HIS BUSINESS:"
I women of Kissimmee will be given an -lluy l.ll.rrlr Hondo. -.-- and a free democracy.It | | >. \\'" mean bUHlnemiUo .
t
opportunity to hear her tell of the has <)I> l8 A.NOKL.KS. |property for 1 is in of this market. He
drafted charge
Potatoes grown at Kissimmee ship WOMEN WANTED FOR CAN- the wealth of the K tsar lull.. .. propertv.. \\'" have Sa
in barrels made in Kissimmee has needs of the Red Cross. nation under the income tax and war number (>f goad ex<'hanKeg; come nee i purchased only, the finest meats
ped TEEN SERVICE BY RED CROSS revenue laws. H has impressed into u.. \\ilte U8 what )'0''" have to ex-
s the right ring and 'shows that our The work rooms of the Kissimmee its service the captains of industry C'hanKe, we may have) Just what. you I and handles them in a manner l
people are equal to most any emer In spite of the fact that the Red want insures their freshness when
.that
Red Cross have been moved across and the most brilliant and expe-icnc- I.AjiT. but not J.-iiHt. "IIU'Y W. H. XMlamim I
gency. the hall in the Casino building The Cross has received a great many :p- pd men of. affairs. It has asked and\ ,and Liberty ILiiKln-, you you' welcome them to your home. ,
plications lately from, people who want to live In u free sad lmlp..nd- I
relief to all when workers will be much 'more comfurt-I wish to to France for various received incomprehensible suns uon; <*tit t ..oIlIlU.--S..I..n tealt\ (-* It was a great the go its liberty bonds and thrift ', ,
able in these rooms during warm war certificates 1'/111)'
I
the state chemist announced that kinds of service, there are still a appealing to the of methods appeal to folk who be r
glass ground so fine that it would weather. I her of places open for 'canteen num-// the humblest and the abundance poverty of 1ST-.OIK II ml ROM Iflryelr\ HUlllilihliwanl licve in petting their monoy's j
wouldn't hurt fin hifoitnalluii I or itu>'n
and stenographers. Ronald I
sieve
through a ers
pass Yarn and information. regarding i' millionaire. It liar commandeered the I KlitfflniirH 'IVIrphom' Oimpanv i worth of quality good"
director of the Southern Division
som, :
anybody.
knitting will be given to anyone who i. Bureau of Personnel has issued the the establiahed' plants and for factories of Fort A.tt.tONll. EMERSON TYr17- I IWHJTI I
great corporations of the
Bishop Henderson of Detroit says: calls. at the. Red Cross headquarters I following call for workers: I use H. MOIIEI. TIIHI E.'IS'I
in the Casino building Wednesday I government It has taken over the IHt.13. .AS HOOD AS NEW, Apply ,
extermi- on ,
and
ellminate "We anxious recruit i
"Let us locate. I arc ery to and '
railway transportation h 116 South Vernon Ave. tfFOrt'SA1.E
on
rate every pro-German in this country afternoons between the hours of 2:30: I.women for the foreign canteen andstenographic land and sea and mate them Iinj2&SloO :erv. City Market
," Exterminate is right. and 5 ,o'clock. The finished knitted i, services. Applicants for I II I AI'-I
ient to tho needs of the nation at war. CllJ Intend to a.I!)
n garments are wanted as soon. as pos- I canteen service should he between 2.:;. It has fixed the quantity and put a both of my bunfralows! right away I
,;, Wjth the German submarine men Bible. The department of the local i land 35 years of age robust in health: price upon the necessities of life be- If you are Interested In a real bargain >
: ace checked and the British and Red Cross making the, hospital gar. willing to volunteer their services and write to me about them or call :!. ---
which
yond sell
no man may or extortan to see coo The Cuirlo ri'Hldonce t.locat'd la I
French sinking vessels loaded with ments sent box to the distributing I all their if FARMERS-Send today for a free .ample
a possible.I'hey
pay expenses undue profit from the public "conBumer. on Verona Kt., has two lots, ) oflhe Florida id.
concrete at Bruges and Ostend and point at Jacksonville last week. It I will have to sign a contract for It has enforced economy 'under a nice .I".room cottage!!: large wont. stockman copy pulillxliccl; at l k'-VW: : l
the western drive pronounce "a rmjure contained 30 pairs of pajamas and I] a term of six months service if volunteers the slogan of the waste end hop, !Rood garage, nice lawn excellent , Tolls about livestock raising dalrylnr -
: save flowing well. Price .
u by the German, papers we beg l. two complete layettes for the BelWion ''' or a twelve months' servicei win Hunt. The poultry citrus fruit and truck
the war, but it has not cut; off Red Ltunficalow corner Mnbtwtte and tnfr, twice a month at toe per year -
J to set a rift in the war clouds. refugee babies. The department: i their expenses are paid by the Red the wasters idlers and loafers who Hnrmuda. new never, occupied, flood three yearn for II.00. Only livestock
vill continue the making of pajamasand Cross. useless else lot, built or bent material*. Anyone and general farming paper In the
) fatten
as parasites, and live
Interested In either of theoepropertl I late. Write
today.
1 Orlando has the distinction of hav- | should understand that
Applicants
has ordered set of undergar-1
/ a upon the products of the soil without .vH with real Intention to buy .
ing shipped. the first car load ft ments from Atlanta. Mrs. N. C. Bryan they will have hard and continuous contributing to the common good, can buy them low, below their value, rt
grapefruit marmalade to market, chairman of this work stated that physical labor under uncomfortable those who live upon the income or and arrange! any reasonable term- OUR BOYS '"OVER THERE" ENJOY -
manufactured in the state of Flor/da. conditions. They should have good ChAR P. 1'0U Bo. Orange A
more worker are needed to keep upKisslmmee's : bounty of others whether wives parents Orlando Fla ve'l TOASTED: CIGARETTES
the lead in a'
She eouldn't.take bettercause temper and discretion and be self-re
allotment The new or friends. If these cannot be
-that of developing a home- in- I work rooms will be much pleasanter liant. A knowledge of French is desirable put to work and made useful alive KOIt 8A1..K Kxtra Hue dry unit smoked -
miw-IUh at Ib. In 5 Ih. | ,
for this
dustry. service. 2'in OM.postpaid.
than the former ones, and ,the. new give them a quietus and throw them Saml.l.l| Jrgords. t"..nav-
.mathiiioa. will be an added comfort Stenographers should be between: into the muck heap for fertilizer or eral Fin. 20-ltpd Through the patriotism of the citizens
The governor of Nevada voiced t to the patriotic i women who are regularly 25 and 40 years of age, have robust into the water for food for fishes, of this country thousands of )'
sentiments of a great many Americans dev ting their time to thi health; and be willing to sign a contract make them useful dead or alive. FOR S\LK-Uobd car to convert Into smoke kits are being distributed to
} when !he sent this reply to the for a minimum term of twelve truck. I'rlcn will I ipterest'you.. Unx4R6. .
from Eastern papers asking if cause months' service wherever assigned. Maryland, West Virginia and New 'tKlHHlnime 20-1 tpd American: soldiers in France. Author.
query
,_ I have Lies agree that men in the trenches.
be- Jersey passed laws drafting the <

he tween would Willard allow the'proposed and Fulton fight to take The,'department(making,i thpjsurjrr, : sired.,4 Only': expert i stenographers, , are. de, idler and loafer, New York and Geor,, DWELLINGS'L Tlllprj-"VSVi&'ia. .AOW"'U"rent." "' ,<.\!"Apply,' ,-,, to,:..M. .< need cigarettes'almost. as much as.
place in his state! "Willard and Fulton cal dressings has 'issued'' anSJ.' O,:,S,,: >; 'Applicants cannot" be accepted I for\ gia are about to do the came, Our \\ "' ;'f.;food, "and, munitions. > .

cannot fight in Nevada on >;July fall for'more workers and morefunds, either.branch;of ,the, service. if they Florida vagrancy law (111 not' inclusive FOH i atl"attraNlveli$}! HAUOS-Hcoond-haml prlc..mW.O..eolaiUlf\l'lor. ?!Ford Pearni ,:\; .'r"Doctors, nurses' , and
4th or any other date. They, have my to:f purchase l'\) thee!'raaterial.'307"nroR"f'ay' w l w, < officers all join in the demand commanding'which
unqualified] p has awakened
f'1iw" la
: this
WANTEP-A" milk'ciietomer.; "
go to France and fight the Boche any winter residents in Kissimmee and either in this country or abroad. In other enterprises are hamperedby >S: country a great
J. Rollft'I nreeze, J>hone 23 movement to keep
time they are ready." with their departure for their homesit both services, uniforms are worn onlyon lack of laborers. Abolish the Cape ; -hI.OHTR".nd with smokes. our boys supplied
00 will be necessary for more women duty. Three references are required loafer-G. F. KRIBBS of Kissimmee,

WHEATLESS WEEK IN KISSIMMEE 'o' help in their place' or the allotment all of whom are American citizens in Tampa' Tribune. flat-bottomed week In March rbw 16footunpainted boat Millions of the famous LUCKY

Uncle Sammie sent our soldier from Kissimmee can not be furnish."d. not related to the applicant. and at -llujr I.lberlr no-dn one pair oars and oarlock, rope and STRIKE Cigarettes Are "going over"
Far across the sea The Kissimmee Red Cross needs least one must be a woman. RESULTS WILL i chain; rot away from Mclklejon'a cl! the time. Theie's something

To fight the beastly lIuns- workers and funds.rlluy Like the canteen service applicants STARTLE KISSIMMEE clock Mrn. C.I'nradlHu C. Kvem. Island, rnradlnn Keturn Inland to t.bout, the idea of the loasleJ cigarette -
-. -, I.lbertr Hon.l.-- for hte stenographic service should Five dollars that
reward offered
Just protectin' you an' me. I 18tfDAILKY'R appeals to the men who
An' soldier like other understand that they will have hard spend their time in cold 1
boys results
boys THE LIVES OF) EX-PRESIDENTS: People report quick froth. wet trenches
and continuous labor under uncomfortable AUTO(
Must have enough to eat, pure, Lavoptik eye wash. A girl with SERVICE KlRNlmmee and billets.
I to .St. 10
Cloud
conditions. Seriousness of a. m. 1 p. m. and 7:3iJ:
So we were asked to "do our Lit"An' Someone has compiled some, inform is essential in both services. weak strained eyes was helped by p. in. St Cloud l to Klnnlmmeo M n, In..
save a lot of wheat. 'pion relative to the length of life purpose I ONE application. Her mother could 12 m. and R,30 p. til. Central Drug Then too.the real Kentucky Burley
Then every member of the band. of the presidents of the 'United States) :from Applicants mustbe entirely free not sew or read bacnuae of eye pains. Store Irur, Kl-fOmmce.: Phone 41 ; Marln'n tobacco of the LUCKY STRIKE ciga-

From youngest son to Pap, after retirement from office. John by blood any or enemy marriage.relationship" either :In one week her .trouble was gone. ''A Residence. Store St St.Cloud Cloud phone, Phone 88. Car Gl : I rette gives them the solid satisfaction

Were glad to think of helping Adams the second it seems bore the ---lluy 'h.r'J'' ..11.To .......-- ,small bottle of Lavoptik is guaranteedto for hire HalU-y's tianifer. 16tf ,if a pipe with a lot less trouble.
Wipe the Hohenzollerns off the map; title of "Ex-" longer than has any Cure a Cold In One Day. 1 help EVERY CASE 'weak, strainedor
And the women of Kissimmee other of the nation's chief executives.
inflamed ONE WASH .
Tike startles
: LAXATIVK BROMO Quinine. It elope the eyes. -
Raised a universal shout; )He lived more than a quarter of a Couch' end Heedecbe. end work off the Cold. I Ii with its quick results. Aluminum Ieye I
They are some patriots I tell you, century after he had finished his termas i DruKginn! refund money If It fill to cure.
FREE. Central 1
V, W. UJLOVH'B denature on each box Me. cup Drug Stre.
They said "of we'll do
course without, president but the average period THE WAR tIs
We'll follow all of Hoover's wishes, has been only about thirteen years. Engraved Calling Cards and Wedding -
We'll. take the dare, for :he don't care The list as given follows:
If we do camouflage our dishes." George Washington lived two years Invitations, Engraved and Em- still raging and the Kaiser is still murdering his men by the thou
Now wheatless week is almost o'er; and nine months after retirement. bossed Stationery can be secured at "
sands. We are killing: high- prices on goods and
doing best
It''been most like a party; John Adams lived twenty-five years the Gazette office. Let us show you our to
We've eaten rye and spuds galore and three months. our samples and prices. tf JustArrivedTwo keep prices! down. And the more you buy of us the cheaper we can
Everyone looks hale and hearty James Madison lived nineteen
I There never was a time and three months. years sell. We are selling goods on a 10% basis, and I don't believe thereis

From Washington to Willson James Monroe lived six years and Att another store in Florida, that Is doing the same thing. So come
When women folks could voice their four months. i -
and help us save and buy Liberty Bonds and
fears John Ouincy Adams lived nineteen money help win the

By shouldering a gun ,-;, years and served in the House of Rep- Carloads of war. .
But every spud and substit.uieThat resentatives. w
took the place of wheat Andrew Jackson lived eight years
Were just so many bullets and three months. . t6wLLf For
Fired to help the Allies beat. Martin Van Buren lived twentyoneyears OaklandSensible -- Saturday Only --

r And that's not all-we liked the and four months. '

change William Henry Harrison died precisely Granulated Sugar lb.
9c
Our cooks are a heap wiser. one month after his inau-'ura per -
t And everyone rejoices tion April 4, 1841.
That he helped to lick the kaiser. John Tyler lived' seventeen. years Six Cars ((5 pounds to a customer with one dollar in trade.)

Buy Liberty MoMd_->--- after retirement.
,' "The Kissimiree Ice and Cold Stir- James K. Polk lived three months.
age Company is just rounding out Zachary Taylor died in office six- Rye Flour per lb. _________.07 V4 Alag-a Syrup, gal. ________ 1.15
what is practically the first year's teen months after his inauguration. c Barley Flour per lb. _u_ ...w .OS Alaga Syrup, %-gal. ___ ___ .58
work in the curing of hor raised r Milliard Fillmore lived twentyoneyears Corn Flour per Ib. ___un .08 Alaga Syrup, No. a ___ ____ .22 1
meats and gives some interesting after his retirement. .<, r 3 Ibs. Good Rice __nUU_ .25 Alaga Syrup'; No.1 __un .17 5
figures," declares the. Kissimmee Val- Franklin Pierce lived twelve years HANICS Price Fancy Head Rice, lb. __nn .10 Crisco' large can ____n___= 1.85
ley Gazette. "Thirty thousand pounds and seven months. I, Coarse Grits lb. _______u_ .06% Crisco, medium -------------p 0 : )
of pork has been cured for table use James Buchanan lived six years and i MAGAZINE __ Fine Grits, Ib.n .06% Crisco, small -----u___ 45
mmm
during the past twelve months. This eleven months. iI iI ARTIC-E'' 360TLUSTRATIONSBETTER Corn Meal Hudnut'o______ .06% Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs. _nn 3.30
meat came from the vicinity anj also Abraham Lincoln died in office. I I 360 Water Ground, lb. _____u-- .06 Sweet )<'eedi 100 Ibs. ________ 3.00
from nearby towns such as Narcoossee Andrew Johnson lived six years and iI Rumford Baking Powder lb._ .25 Oats (>8. .n__________ 3.75
St. Cloud And HaJr.es City." The four months alter retirement, and $1,050F. Best Salt Bacon, lb. __un__ .33 Corn, 100 Ibs. __._n_______ 4.15
company regards the year as most served a portion of a term in the I Breakfast Bacon, lb, _______ .45 Velvet Bean Meal __________ 2.60
.ucces fuI. It has shown the people United States Senate. THANEVER Sliced Ham lb. ____________ .40 Alfalfa Meal ______________ 2.60 .
that meat can be properly cured cud U S. Grant lived eight years and Salmon, per can ___________ .15 Cotton Seed Hulls ___.:.____ 1:60
1 preserved and has saved them great four months after lrement. Salmon per can ___________ .18 Rice Shorts, 100 ------____-__3.00
'' deal! of expense, in providing a market Rutherford B. Hayes lived eleven 15c a copy O. B. Factory Argo, Salmon ______________ .28 -All Other. Things Accordinglv
and eleven months.
or cold storage as they wished, years
right at home. As the Valley Gazette James A..Garfield died four months At Your New-dealer EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE
says, "the difficulty of preserving after his inauguration. Yearly Subscription S1.5O
meat in this climate has been a serious Chester A. Arthur survived one Send for oar n.u)rV_.cat 'AND GET PRICES. On- Motto I la: Cordiality; 16 oz. to the ....
q" drawback to the farmers' And year and eight irionths after retire dot of fn. Aaiu'caf took pound and 100 Cents on the Dollar. +

many of them have not previously ment. Popular Mechanics Magazine
'. for their home Grover Cleveland liven ten years t Mach Bros.GARAGE
grown-enough pork North MIchlgM Avenu. Ghkaga '
i use. The successful operation of lie and seven months. CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone i
fy cold! storage plant opens up wonderful "
possibilities and will without douM Piles Cured 6 to 14 Days Drives Out Malaria,BulldaUp SystemThe I
i result in 4 large increase 4n the meat Tevr "drnrrlil, will refund money If PAZO Old SUnd-rd penerel etiendbealnc l tool. I I
OINTMENT iiUe la cure au,"c... of ItchingBlind.BleedlavorProtrwlIu OROVK'B TA8TELES8 chill TO iC,drives es I 141.
section. 422 Broadway -
production 'througthopt'hfa, Pile.In eloUd7SO-. .,.1erI..eDrich..*u.,.blood..u4 boa| the.yr i
-; 'lmes-Unlon. TN aril spa ca give.&aM..s &eat. *. ...... A bra IoI c. Foe adults MMl c"7'-l' 60a I .

.1 ,\ 'i, .1 I ,

f I.t /

I' .". .. .
Ii ,
?
4 ; \

f. 1 s, ', y", '7 ,,,,.;.p.'j,. ;,' ., "' _\N. .,.1<' ...!fff.':' \ ,f' f' !f"' i i !.W y.-.tJ- : 'I'd\ ,I'1. ''jfrfftrtEff' /' ,' /, .t'e'.4 : ;'.



'-' '' I .ff.. b''''' *- /* \\J '" rrf ii <>! .* '. . .
ijW< "
"" '
'> .L. "-''' '''''f' V." ,""" "
Y .
,
I ,
-
i'! .

t



THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918 FIVE
,., .
.--- .

WEEKLY REPORT OF SALESOF Pay your poll tax now. 1] t

I i INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS II -THRIFT STAMPS The 'sale of closes bonds tomorrow.for the Third'.Llbert'Y'Loan Your '


Prof. R. M. Evans ... 711 county needs your,, help to make out
.. .ooo.. oo..ooo oo..o. Miss Lena Ford spent the week. end its quota. Your nelods
R, S. Floyd .-. .2' government;
with friends in Narcoossee.
W. B. Makinson Co. _huu. 24 the money.to feed and equip it.army,
I Weather ReportFollowing Only one more week to pay poll A. S. Gilbert _u_-..- 18 and you need the patriotic inspiration
taxes for the primary election.See C .W. Griffin .-. 40 which the investment will bring. Buy

Fatty Arbuckle and enjoy a II. M. Katz ___-----.r 40 now ,
good laugh ,today at' the Casino. Bon Ton Hat Shop ,-,- 18 .--nut i.iixrir ..".
are dally temperatures ::1'. A. Vans Agnew of Jacksonville WennernSawyer Co. -,__--- 4 DECLAMATION MEDAL CON-

and precipitations as reported 1 is spending. ,the day in town on bus)- Lawrence Tress -_ 10 TEST; AT AUDITORIUM
stationat
by Government 30
ness. Central Drug Store "
Kissimmee fo- the week end The Central's Nurse : "Adler- State ,Bank of Kissimmee.----- 20 .
'says
May 2: (Continued from Page One)
ing Thursday Store 2 "
ika will cure you of all stomach and Story ( -
Max.: Min. Rain bowel trouble. Its great. II. C. Stanford -.___ 28 Olivine Savage ?

Friday -.i.,. 88 65' William Montsdoca of St. Cloud Osceola Hardware Co. ...- 84 Pantomime Flow Gently Sweet Afton s

Persons ._.,_____. 15 Annie Story
Saturday _. _. 83 63 was a business visitor in the city to G. W. and t
This is the bent; week yet we The Young! Reformer Son Hr.ydon
Sunday ?--,--, 98 64 day. have some new nirontsv:wilting.., Go to Irene Ingrrm
Monday -- ... 90 66 Come and get a pair of White it, and Icrs.all pet busy. The Lord High Chamberlain' h

;' Tuesday .. ..' 90 77'' Shoes and keep your" feet cool this* The Hun. are mighty busy in ,- "' Virginia Cloud See yourselves as others see
hot weather. F. H.. Lrwson. Thrift Mary Sanderoon I you.
Wednesday 86 69 France and Belgium Buy
I I ,. ,
; Thursday ..?. 81 ,61 Helen Holmes in'a race with the Stamps and' equip our boys so they Philosophy, Nixon 'Watcn ',n
Limited Express at the Casino Sate can push them bark over the Rhine. Helen Winn ,

OOO 04GGOQ00004000to urday. Don't, be on nbominj.ble "slacker." Pantomime About the only, way'' or at least one of the q
FURNISHED ROOMS and best? One Sweetly'' Solemn l Thought ,
; $4.50 Hey! Friends tire we doing our '
Help the Red Cross bY' attending $5.00 a month. Mrs. W. H. Farmer, W. B. Witherspoon. Cba l'man. Eleanor Rosen very best ways to do this, is by means of

9 West Mitchell St. 16tf Liberty Boadu-' ,..- Romanic of a Rose , '
++i-i" Bur
the today.
Y Casino Maurice McLaughlinDot / the ,splendid mirrors ,attached to ,our dres-
Mrs. Walter Bronson of.Shingle IN' DRIVE TO
"S t Mrs. M.' I. Stout and sister left on M; E. CHURCH

Wednesday for Osborn Mo., to spend Creek morning.L. was. in town shopping this BUY BONDS AND PAY DEBT Higher CulchrJi MakinsonDe .. sera, chiffoniers and dressing tables.

f. the summer with .relatives., Alva Fortner 4

,, Flashlights, Batteries and Bulbs:' U., Zimmerman was in town to- Dri: J. D Siliert; pastor of the First What Is Hedgehog

rJ. The Kwicklight line, at Central Drug day looking after business at the! Methodist church I Store. county, court house. an insoirbtion this week and "tourtin' the Widder" as

Howard' Mills was here from Winter If your poll; tax is not paid on or developed a plqn by which the, members Willametta Sibert Y
about the make and finish of the
,' Haven to spend the week-end with before Saturday, May 11th you can't of his pastorate could fulfill "The Song of the Market Place" as we ,are design ,

11. his sister, Mrs. Lyles Story. vote in the ,June primary.. their- ,duty to their country by supporting James Buckham furniture itself and will always be able to view
,
;t The Central's Nurse says: "Use Miss Irene Milliard of the Milliard the war measures'and at the Harriotte Seymour you

r Nyal's Peroxide Face Cream; it's fine Island section, is the guest of her sister same time wipe out a debt on their "Twickenham Ferry" Th.Marzials your ''physiognomy to' the best advantage'through:( ,

J. and only 25c" at Central Drug Mrs. Henry Lightsey, for a few beautiful brick edifice. Thelma Woodall
It,, Misses Margaret and Anna Store'-I days.G. The plan is this: every one buy "The Daguerotype" Lucy Carroll the mirrors attached to the furniture purchased here
Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stamps
.1-, son left Tuesday for a few C. Livingston and family ore and Thrift Stamps till they can bu\' "Hess" Lois Overstreet'. H. L. Piner I {

it cation at Tampa with. friends. I moving into apartments at the home no more That. T r. Sibert explainsis Cornelia Lancaster
Furnished flat with of Mrs F. G .Thomason on Orlando = -. ,,,,, ,,, --
t. FOR RENT- rendering unto Caesar the things "The Magnificat" E, Nesbit '"""""" W """" "
modern improvements. W. B. Harris! II avenue. that are CaesIIJ1d' in accord with Gertrude McKay,

.t Gazette office. 14-tf Mrs. Will Taylor and children are the Scriptural command.:< Then the "The Song of the Camp" I :
lr The Baccalaureate sermon will be 1 visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.G. pastor suggests that the latter part Bryant Tay'or C. H GRANTHAM

it preached at the High School auditorium I II W. Best, before joining Mr, Taylor in .o' the message", "and onto God the Alpha Wcstphall I

( Sunday, May 12, at' 11 o'clock. 1 Georgia . things that arc God's be carried! "My Country" Mario Irish THE SATISFACTORY STORE-

'5 The Gazette received a card from The machinery for mixing the sand out by each person laying the bonds Donald McKay I
,w' Benj. F. Cobb, Jr., this morning stating asphalt for the hard road on the Si; and stamps' on the altar of the church> "Need of an Efficient Navy" KISSIMMEE FLA.

:. he had arrived safely in France. Cloud-Melbourne highway, arrived till the pile mounts hip-h enough to Th. Roosevelt """,,'" "",,,,,,,. .,,,,"',,,,,., ,
this week. cover the outstanding; debt. Verne Wilson"To'
Naicoossee's
Desmond Little, one of business Nothing more useful in a Dr. Siliert! presented the plan Sun- Be a Woman"Margaret .
well known citizens, was a -
it I home I dlt' morning ami named a large 1: committee Stanford
than flashlight. :
visitor in Kissimmee this week. a Try a ;
they are the best. For Halo hy ; Sergeant Lee McLean son of Mr. tral Drug Store. bv a t'oY1'wi tee of the ladiesin : Christian Duty" Cardinal Mercier I .
and Mrs. O. C. McLean, is home from car.rlnon; f Fie drive. A jointmpetini Murray Overstroet I, '
Wheeler five-day furlough. A fine baby /gill was born to Mr. I -
Camp on a of these committees was "The Flag" Wilbur Nesbit
;a Ladies, don't forget that I am' still and Mrs. Guy Gardner Friday at the held Tuesday evening: at the church Porchie Pherigo W. W. CLARK GROWS FINE OATS CHRISTIAN CHURCH "
.r Dresses at $1000\ home of Mr. Gardner's parents on when $.fiOO worth of bonds Exercises. I school. '
I selling Silk Taffeta bungalow Eiirhth Grade Graduation who lives near the city I I 10:00: -Sunday \
Mabbette street. W. W. Clark
l<'. H. Law- to start the campaign. 10 the Communion f,
and Silk Poplins $7.50. I were pledged Friday morning. May regu- 11:00-Sermon, Why
son. Mrs. F. C. ReeVes of Avon Park was / The evening began with a very lar promotion exercises will be held in ..at "the point" is displaying 'samples and When.", f'

Irs J. D. Sibert and family are the guest of her sister, Miss Marion nleanant. social feature. A long ban- the auditorium when every pupil in of unusually fine oats grown on histhree 3:00-Junior C. E. .,

moving into the residence on Sumner Sarpent for the week, returning to (qiiet tfllilc} was,,.daintily spread. and the school who has earned unconditional farm at the point. He.planted 6:45-Y. P. S. C. E. "
street formerly known as the Waring her home Friday.Mr. attractively decorated with rut flowem promotion will receive A certificate. of 7:30-Sermon, "Divine and Human L "
home. Editor, don't fail to tell the in qxiramt U-inkets. When the This exercise will Begin at I acres of this grain by way experiment sides of Salvation," ... ;fj r l

Miss Lois who is atten J- men and boys if they ,want some guests ,,'ere seated the viands served 8:30 and will be followed by the and is much pleased with the Junior C. E. Program May 6: o'
Johpson, '
ing business college/ in Tampa, has thing nobby in new Silk Ties, just were found to conform to all the re- eighth grade graduation' exercises at result. The samples from the ground Topic-"GenflSeness and Meekness +jl f.
a
been home on a short visit with her arrive see F. H. Lawson.J finest of the food administration, and 11 a. m. The program, follows: planted to "Hasting'g 100 bushels to -Fruit of the Spirit.
T. F. Crawford of Jacksonville featured potato salads with rye bread
I Text-II Tim. 22425.
r parents. Music by orchestra the acre" stood over' five feet high I :
has been the guest of his brother, W. followed with oatmeal cakes and cof- Rosella Cooper leader. 4
and W. F. Parl er Who Chorus by grade. ,
M. I. Stout B. Crawford, while in Kissimmee at- and the "Texas Rust Proof while Song. .t:
have moved their Raw mill to Buchiin- tending court, and looking after'other fee.D.. Wagner a. ted as toastmaster Flag drill.Reading not nearly so tall, developed well i Lord's Prayer. .
for that "Pa Won't Play With Me"
left
non, Fla.: Wednesday business. and the toasts! arid responses contained filled heads of grain. Bible Lesson read alternately. i
in the lumber business. Elizabeth Parker,
city to which :
engago humor
Mr. Rull Bass, one of the prominent an element of pro- Violin Solo --ny Liberty Ho.d_ Meaning of gentleness and meek "
Mrs. Howard Katz and son, How duced many hearty laughs. The real ;
and influential citizens of Osccola j
MEETING'
OF ANNUAL ness.
for twomonths' th.oledll'ing'ot 'Song of the Evening; Star"Frank NOTICE i
week
ard. Jr., left last a business of the evening was
is the business
county, among trans Bible drill on' daily readings. '
visit with her mother,' Mrs. actors in Orlando. today.-Saturday the \bonds and the 'arrang- Red Kissimmee )Fla., May 1st, 1918. Mission study.Superintendent's. ,;
Fannie Powell, at her home In Rollo, ReporterStar.Mr. ing for a' systematic canvas of the Reading, The annual Growers meeting of the letter '
,
-w-Mo.. city to carry on the work till the entire '"Darkey Fisherman's. Rainy Day"Horace Members of the KissSmmee Citrus v -
and Mrs. I' L. DeMoss returnedto Bible verses, A to L.
Dann
of wool debt is provided for. Growers Association will be held at
limited amount
'have
We a
their home in Osborn, Kane, Fri. Trio Le Secret . L. Gautier Lesson story page 138.
sacks. They are going to be hard to -llur tAbrrtr Ilo.durANNOUNCEMENT Its office in the packing house Tuesday
day, after spending the winter 'In Thelma Sutton Business
get We would like to have your or- pleasant apartments in the residence Lillie Hanson, May 7, 1918 at nine-thirty a. m. Mizpah. *4''
Lelia McCranie"America
der. W. B. Makinson Co., Kissimmee, Yours very truly,
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Souders. .
The Senior Class .. -Bay Liberty Bead.
-
.
Fla. " (. 2-2t Kissimmee- Citrus Growers Ass'n.
,"'"'f'X, ;'t"! / i " \, Holmes Prather received a ,$'J card ',. I've Raised a Boy for,You"
'j of he' '' ; .. _
BOSTEOPATIJY<
1'revattsndbdaughter Liberty
Mrs. Sarah | ; ; from his brother Sam :who is a mom] ,!: JpK rJJj'J.jMcc..anlei. ; f -" j.7--n.T; : t t ST. JOHN'S GU1LD'1-
Miss Jeanette i Prevatt otored 1'1 herdaughter toIeesburgiSaturdayo bei'|of|the f 5840ilAviation ft Squadron'stationed Osceola HJgh School Reading,(Orationfor, a' Boy -:;' : '

Mrs. *for visit the!.week at,Garden City*stating that Announces: Its William Milton"" IDr.iDeWltt;; Llghtsey, who'-former- The St John's Guild of the Episcopal

end. Byrd, ho had arrived safely "over seas."""'='" jraduationf Exercises Chorus by grade.! '_ r ', .. IY"vlsited'Kissimmee has requested church will ', meet at the home of '

Makinson Mrs. H. W. Powers, who has spent Monday" Night, May 13 Piano solo, "Delights of the Dance" Dr. "Howell. to announce that he will : Mrs. W. 'J.; Sears 'Tuesday afternoon '
Miss Amy has returnedto her sixth winter in Kissimmee, has Shawenka be unable to resume his visits and' May 7. at 3:30 o'clock. All the ladiesof
Nineteen Hundred and
her duties at the Woman's Collegeat returned to her home in Cleveland, O. Eighteen Gladys Griffin suggests that those wishing the services I the church are invited to be pres +

Tallahassee after a brief visit with A. S. Drawdy and son, Paul of Tam 8 o'clock Reading, "Gossip" of an osteopath call on Dr. ent. ,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mak- pa, are spending several days in Kissimmee Gupsie! Winn Margaret Stanford Lucy Lupfer Howell at his ,office, 3 N Orange I ----Bay Liberty B.Md_ y

inson.A looking aftef- business ,in- Charlie Regero Song, Baby's Trip to Moontown. Ave., Orlando, or Phone 617. 20-lt, Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. ;
new Red Cross picture, entitled terests. Ruth Etta May Suhl
"The Spirit of the Red Cross." will Gertrude McKay Howell Cornet solo "So Mother" S
Private T. T. fallister., of Co: B, Long -- -
be shown at the Casino on the 14th 124th Inf., Camp Wheeler, was in Orlando William Arnold. Walter Griffin
and again on the 22nd, while the Red yesterday. His many friends Christine Ivey Muriel Prentis Reading "Our Flag"
.
Cros drive is on. were glad to "see him lie will leave Violet Bullock Joseph Sears tao a

Mrs. D. G. Wagner and daughters. Friday for the camp. lie stated that Owing; to the existing war conditions Piano solo "Le Badinage" Dreyschock
Misses Maude Alice and Adah! C., all the boys: of Co. C and Co. B. were and the calls/ of the Emily Sanderson
have been visiting friends in Jacksonville in excellent health and spirits. Pri- governmentfor Chorus by grade.Presentation I ,
of the
Camp, Wheeler and other vate McCallister lives in Kissimmee. our support war measures of certificates and de- ,
Senior considers it
the class
a patriotic -
points in Georgia this week. -Friday Morning Sentinel. livery of medal. I
I of .
djity to conserve the expense ,
W. E. Dunnaway, state cirrus fruit' Mary Pickford, the pation's sweet- the graduating! exercises and will issue Class 1917-1918 '
cancer inspector, and wife, who have heart, will be seen on the 'screen at no invitations* to Kissimmee '
the D. Clark residence the Casino in of her Commencement sermon will be
Tbeen occupying J. today one great friends other than this announcement,
preached by Rev. W. II. Coleman at
on Penfield avenue will leave est pictures "Stella Maria, an
but wishes it to be understood that
this week for Winter Garden. Artcraft production "Stella Maris," the school auditorium Sunday, May
who is intreested in this
everyone 12. All the other pastors in the city
W. C Bass has sold his handsome was the the first picture to is follow said class is cordially invited to be pres-' will be present to assist in the servo Bring them
"Little Princess" and it
residence on Emmett street and will ent at this event. ice. A mixed quartet has prepared
to be equally good that splendid
move into his former home on Church as as -llay Liberty Basil..- appropriate music for this occasion. io We
production. In fact outdoes us.
street, which has been occupied by herself In "Stella, Mary Maris.simply" MAMMOTH POTATOES GROWN The culminating event of the week, use
J, D. Sibert and family. the toward which looks
pr. one everyone
.
C. L. Huddleston is expected to arrive AT COUNTY POOR FARMIf with pleasurable anticipation is the Pure Fresh
former
J. P. Fox well known Drugs
a
in Kiasimmeo today on a visit to graduating exercises of the twelfth
railroad man of Kissimmoo rnd a his daughter, Miss Marie Huddleston. anyone was in doubt as to what grade of the Osceola higlT'" school.

property owner here was in town Mr. Huddleston has been living in I Osceola county soil could produce it Thepe will be held in the auditorium
Wednesday. Mr. Fox is interested in Wyoming the past few years, but Js would be well worth his while to Monday evening at 8 o'clock. The We take care.
the barrel industry and was here on now returning to Miami to again take visit .the county poor farm and wit program will be:
business.W up his residence in that city. His ness the digging of the spring crop.
This field has attracted general interest Invocation, Rv. O. B. Falls.
little who have
J.' White tae son and daughter,
: representing!
Unfinished B Minor
for time and
some .nphony -
many people
American Drug Co., of St. Louis, Mo., been here with her sister for some it their that F. Schubert
expressed as opinion -
was in Kissimmee Wednesday and time, will accompany him to Miami.
it was as fine a field as could be foundin Allegro Movement
succeeded in placing his Red Cross On the service flag of the Holy Redeemer the county. High School OrchestraA

line of medicines with the Central Catholic church three stars So much has been said about it thata Moonlight Boat Ride (adaptationof
Drug Store. are shown. They represent the volunteers Verdi
number of parties motored out tr the Miserero) -
Lovers of good western plays will : Anthony Itogero, Joseph ] the farm just to verify the stories of High School Chorus
find in "The Home Trail" producedby r.leyerknd/ Matthew Neid With al the wonderful yield and the enormous "For Dear Old Yale" Jas. Langston
the Vitagraph of scattering membership of only six I size of the spuds being dug there. I Miss Gertrude McKay
western atmosphere company, 'strong,plenty famihe this is nearing the ideal of Capt. L. R. Farmer, who is in ''Class History, Miss Ruth Howell.

ing arguments 'and filled with thrills, patriotic effort. On the war-torn charge of the farm, stated that the Piano solo, THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS
+ at the Casino next Wednesday.The fields of France may they not forgetthe crop suffered somewhat from the extraordinary "Pas des Amphores" C. .Chaminade : .
Lafayette of our own dark colonial 'wet weather, but that Miss Augusta Winn '
meetings being held in the G. days. after the defective tubers were Clarinet solo, When your physician "prescribes" for you, or

A. R. hall, conducted by Mr. and Mrs. Sergeant Walter Thomas, of the thrown out they measured up 75 bar "Lanette Waltz" II. Benne Henton your loved ones, you want to BE SURE that the
McDuffy of Orlando, are intensely in- Motor Mechanics Corps, stationed at rels tq the acre. lie expressed it as Charlie Regero medicines are
teresting. Mrs. McDuffy is a very Camp Hancock near Augusta, Ga., his opinion that there were fully 85 Valedictory, Miss Christine Ivey. you get' full strength and pure.
fluent speaker and has been urged togo has been discharged from service on' barrels all told. And such, spuds. The "We'll Never Let Our Old Flag Fall" i rYou
on the Chautauqua platform. Her account of physical disability. Sergeant crate of potatoes that found their Kelley .: takeno chance whenve fill your prescriptions .s.

interpretation of Revelation holds the Thomas' company was preparing way to this office through the courtesy High School Male Quartet ; we take just as much care in filling them,for
attention of her entire audience. Mr. for their trip "over there" when of Capt. Farmer are as fine as Presentation of Diplomas, Supt. C. E.
and Mrs.yMcDuffy are ,retired missionaries' he took the final examination and it one could wish to see in this or any Yowell. you as we would In doing so for our, own use.
,
from Africa.. was found his heart was affected and other country.;! They measured fifteen Delivery .of :Medals Prin. R. M. Ev-
Joe Burckhalter says the recent ,he returned to civilian life in Kis- by ten inches in corcumference and ans. Yet"we make onlYa moderate. charge for the
simmee. will weigh on an average of one Unfinished Symphony in B Minor scientific compounding do '
we
rains have greatly lrrfprdVed.his }
proo- ..
pound each. It is unusual for the F. Schubert .
.. pets for a potato crops and he now Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Hopson of Rose No. 4 to grow to such a size but Andente Movement ,
expects a bumper' yield. In-fact Michigan, who have been spending there were plenty of them in the field High School Orchestra Let us fill your' prescriptions' and KNOW they are
"Buck" says there i. a.,misapprehension the winter in Wauchula, in .
a unique as many as five or six to the hill. Pantomime, filled right.
as to the reason for. the spur house mounted on a small motor The .potato industry is just\ in its "Columbia" David T Shaw f
track now being built ty: the A, C. L. truck, were pleasant visitors in Kissimmee infancy in Osceola county and while Miss Margaret Stanford, assistedby
r near his farm, and that instead of its Wednesday. Mrs. Hopson is the weather conditions were unfavorable Fourth grade clats. CENTRAL DRUG STORE
being built to haul dirt! to, nil in the a descendent of the Ojbwa Indians this and resulted in a : "The Star ,Spangled Banner" 1
par- z
twois saleon the Sugar Belt Ry., of Michigan, and knowing of Mrs.. tial loss there year is no question but that I .' Frances Scott Key "The Square Deal Place"PHONE : 1
'. for the of Minnie Moore-Wilson's interest in
purpose the the time Will come when this country High School Chorus
: hauling the potato crop from Us thirteen Indians of Florida they spent a few will be as far famed as a potato coun- I (Audience requested to Join in the 4,1. ?!.

.4'\ acre patch. Igours at the Willson home. try I as the.Hastings section is_now_ refrain.) J tf,

,y(
'
.
w

-. -f 1",, :IF'IiI' "

..
/,

.. >i ,' ' _''' '''''''::_'' .t: !'oji: 7 );',.: '!o ;,'.,1)j.1_ '" -'k: _' '''"''_' /- '_.,/ : "': >lfr.t:: ...t.I'j ir.\'i.1: l l"fly Y- I, ':



.. "
\\


I t

SIX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MAY 3, 191't:

-- ---
WHAT THE NAVAi.RE1 '


I FINANCING THE WARBy SERVE FORCE OFFERS TO

MRS N. M. G. PRANG } 0

MEN WHO ENROLL NOW CHAMBERlTABIITS

1 know my people well enough to I I teeth. Right now are some' doing a
realize that in the nearly' two weeks (double job. How many times have I -
Which will have passed .before this heard the remarks "the little I eat can The enrolling office at the city hall, the result of misconduct) and no, loss
reaches the greater number of its make no difference," or "my few cents Tampa, Florida, i I" located in the Information of pay during absence with, leave
readers, conditions will have changed, can't stock the army." Bureau room 1. EveryoneIs 7. Opportunities for' instructionand
but today the outlook Is ducourafring\ In the urging of conservation of invited call experience in many lines of worl
l this office
to at and all
on the Third Liberty Loan. The sixth supplies and investment of money we which will be of benefit after returning '
federal district has only one-tentJi..of hear of great sums representing the information will be gladly: given pertaining - to civil life. is just what you need, madam. Many
its allotment which is about one- needs of the whole. If we translate to the U. S, Naval Reserve 8. Excellent opportunities for es THIS
third of the next in line,' while half this to individual needs the task seemsto force Office hours are as follows: specially capable men with good edu who were troubled with indigestion, a
the districts have over half their allotment come nearer home. If one of us I 9 a. m to 11:30 a. m. and from 1 p. cation to qualify for commissions biliousness and'habitual
and In this half is that, "hot cuts wheat entirely out of our diet m. to 4:30 p. m. This office does pot ranks, as many have already don' sallow, muddy skin, indicating
bed of anarchism"Chicago. According we have provided wheat for one sol- open on Sundays. 'All] mail/ will, be since the beginning of the presentwar. have been cured
to actual figures, then,,the peopleof du-r. With all the things we have at answered promptly. constipation, permanently
Chicago arc over five tunes'rs pa hand is jt not little enough to ,do, or 1. Cash pay ranging from $35.90to Service under'the most desirableand the of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using,
triotic as we are hero in the South, are we going to wait until the wheat, $83 per month, according to rating. healthful conditions, with ,a minimum 1 ,, by use,
the land of chivalry, sentiment, high is taken away from us? '2. Hoard,' lodging, clothing allowance of hardships, ev'n.in. time of/' I these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.Now .
ideals, keenest feelings ns to honor, H costs the United States only 41 and medical' attendance, in addition war. Whether ashore or afloat, m;' ,
and a patriotism tried by fire. Why cents! a day to feed a soldier and the to pay. Considering the present in the nuvy always have comfort, they are cheerful and happy and relish their
do we allow ourselves to bo no unjust same amount to clothe one. But three cost of living, these allowances are kble place to sleep and plenty of,goot
ly represented? How soon are we thrift stamps und you have nearly fed !equivalent to about ,$45 per month. wholesome food. meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter
going to push, the figures up to where a soldier two days. 'I.: In addition, to the above men 10. Men' of the' district Reserve .
they belong? When ore' we all /filing ,Buy a war. havings! stamp and' you with families'' are' given "family al- force are trained at Key \Vet, where
to wake up? supply two soldiers with hand prenadvs lowunces" in (cash< as follows: For a they have comfortable quarters with ,
You who have money and have which may' not only save then wife, '$15.Oft( per month;; for a wife electric lights,. screens! shower baths, 1' o S I
bought some bonds think perhaps lives but kill n dozen or so (Ctrrnnns, and one 'hild/25.00-for/? ; a wife and and other conveniences, and a good 1't
that 'you arc relieved of further duty. each of which would be in the act of two children, $.12.50; and for each additional I mess. 'Free moving pictures, bun
You have not dono "your bit" so long killing our men. Those soldiers mightbe child (above two) $5.00. I concerts athletic events and other -
us there Is a fifty dollar "bit" that Florida boys-might be your, son 4. Further cash allowances under forms of clean amusement are pro "'
can go into a land without bringing and mine. certain conditions for dependent't vided andevery privilege consistent _
real need to your family,' or a four- A fifty dollar bond will do so' much ther mother, brother, sister and other I with the requirements of discipline I, '
dollar-fifteen-cent "bit" for a war I I have'not space to tell it all, but for near relatives.! and; duty is granted. the
savings stamp. That fifty dollars and'I' one thing it will feed a MOldier for 5.' Government' life insurance, i i' 11. AlCs.18 to 35.) FACE FACTS
that four dollars will buy just as (four months. A hundred dollar bond desired J, is furnished at about -<;n<' 12. All men in the draft age who
much for the government as will the will clothe him for eight months, protecting third the usual premium rates, in desire to enroll, must\ have a release ,
fifty dollars scrimped ,put of a small I I him as well as can be from amounts up to 10000. Premiums are from their!i local board. situation'10"is critical.
i
face the facts., The
wage, at the rate of a dollar a weekor \ the cold and the rain and. the mud. payable monthly at the following: For further information 'apply to LET us war
the four dollars in thrift stamps Now think of it, you do all this with rates per $1,000 of insurance: At the District Enrolling Officer, Seventh Unless the Allies fight as' they never yet have'
that some one has slowly accumulated your money und then get it all back age of 21, 65 cents per month; at age Naval District, Tampa, Florida, fought; defeat threatens., Hungry men cannot fight .
in a number of weeks by special with interest. Never in the history of 30, <>i>e per month; at age 40, 8U'! -Or to Section Commander, City at their best ; nor hungry nations. France, England, !
denials representing nickels, dimes the world has such investment been per month. This insurance also pro Hall, Tampa, Fla. and Italy are going hungry unless we feed them. : C
and quarters, and the investment does offered. You can "give" to :your coun- tects against disability, either partial Section Commander, ,Fair Building, ,
not mean nearly as much to you as try, showing your patriotism and love or total. :Miami, Fla.Section Wheat Savings-They must have wheat. It is the
to these others. The sooner we realize for the flag. You can protect that 6. No l loss of pay cir) allowances or Commander, Post Office We
is the easiest to ship.
best food to ,It
there is no such thing as "doing our flag and the liberty and justice for account, of sickness or injury (unles Duilding; St Augustine, Fla. fight on.
bit" and keep with the full sense of which it stands. You can save life by .. alone can spare it to'them. By,saving just a little- :
:responsibility to do our ALL the furnishing our boys their needed sup r less than a quarter of what we ate last year-we can : ".
sooner our boys will come back home plies. You can help make history! by support those who are fighting our battles. And we : f
and the fewer there will be left on the turning possible defeats into victories. II' II can do it without stinting,ourselves. We have only ri.
other side. ,You can make the world a decent Better Farming in the SouthWill I to substitute another, food just as good. .
There is something for us all to do place to live in by downing Prussian J
all the time. We cannot remain neutral ism. You can add to your own resources The Corn of Plenty-Corn is that food. There's a t h
; we are either fighting the kaiseror ,, for after using the money in
helping him every move we make. all these ways every cent of it {'orneR1.J surplus of it. Providence has ,been generous in the I .
Those who are not working for the \<.k to '.ou' with interest In ten hour of our need. It has given us corn in such bounty ,
winning of the war are working years time, besides being' busily at as was never known before. Tons of corn. Train-
against it. Idleness is 1c'rime when work for the government and our loads of corn. Five hundred million bushels over and
so much work is needed. Luxuries, : bovs a fifty dollar bond of the Third( I above our regular need. All we have to do is to
are murder when the for them I-if Loan will have
money >erty brought you
I learn to it. Was patriotic duty made
appreciate ever
h would save life. Indulgence of appc-j I twontv-one dollars'arii! twenty-cents Y
I tite is the most refined type of submarine interest and you will have the fifty : s, so easy? And so clear, ? ,
s warfare-insidious dostiuc- !' dollars besides. l -c I
t tlon of supplies which should go to j It. | <:io NOW and buy more bonds, for America's'Own Food-Corn It is the true American ,'
our army. It has been said that Am- ,i it is "Buy, buy Bonds, or. bye!, bye food. The Indians, hardiest of races,. lived on it.
ericans "dig their graves with their j jI Liberty" . Our forefathers adopted the diet and conquered

: continent. For a great section of our' country it
-/ --- .----_--- has blong een the staff of life. How well the South

Irish potatoes Lore doing' well and ,the .w fought on it,'history tells. Now it can help Americawin
County Agents' Report county will ship several carloads. .
a world war.
Pinellas County Farmers are ,
& planting a greater deversity of crops ( J X\(h, 7 .
Learn 1 It Isn't food. It's
Something Corn one a
Santa Rosa County: One corn club than ever before not BO that they will c )
boy, the son of a widow, has no horse I have something to ship but so there dozen. It's a cereal.' It's a vegetable. Its a bread.
r with which to tend his acre1. lie hired will be plenty of foodstuffs at home. It's a dessert. It's nutritious ; more food value in it,
,t I the tract plowed but planted and will Corn, rice, Irish potatoes and cabbageare qy"k dollar for dollar, than meat or eggs or most other
t'' tend it with a push plow. His enter- the crops being grown. vegetables. It's good to eat; how good you don't
", prise is commendable. Putnam .County: Farmers ell over ?
: know until you've had corn-bread properly cooked.
;
; Pasco County: Crops are looking the county are getting their farms
r better than they have at this time and crops in the very highest state \ i -. Best of all, it's plentiful and it's patriotic.Corn' .
F for some years. Corn, beans, grass of production. Corn is looking good \ '
i b Infinite Variety-How much do know about )
you
I and cover crops are the very best. everywhere. Every field corner is being *
Madison County: The rye crop in planted to something for a feed corn? About how good it is? 'About the many
this county is very good and will be crop.Osceola. . I II. delicious ways of cooking it? And what you miss
ready to harvest early in May. Oats County: A heavy ". rain, e by'not knowing more about it? Here are a few
also promise a good yield. cil Party of more than four,inches,' fell within Ian[ ". J ,
',, of its : .
uses
the land now in oats and rye will i be hour ,the nifhtoofAprils18jSltIwas; | ",-" ,, '" ? />', ''';:. l\, planted to Spanish peanuts' I+for'the: a benefit to the citrus growers,in that There are at'Ieastt8ftyways\ to use,,cornKmealftomakegood |
market. t; '7lirdi1' $' :$',#liitjMii8 itj f reed jtheltroesl of j considerable!red |, '
Lafayette County: John Anderson spiders and rust!mites.*".'!?",*" |!!!l5ffililH 'i : 'dishes?fordinher,,Cupper,' lunch, ror breakhfast9'Here'are
'
t ha. just received a registered Hereford Sumter, County: A serious out : some'suggestions' : ( ;>': \W" t' ..: ,
bull which he bought from an break choir ra the last week in '
; Alabama stock farm. April cause the agent much concern. HOT BREADS DESSERTS:: '

I I, Clay, County: The county agri- I Crops are looking fine. The American Farmer Boston brown bread., Corn-meal molasses cake
cultural committee Is working to rev St Johns County: Potatoes are Hoecake. Apple corn bread. '
I lleve the,food situation. An effort is I yielding from 60 to 106 barrels an Kill The Kaiser's Wolf-Famine
I being made to eliminate the use of acre. To combat the labor shortage Muffins. Dumplings.
\ wheat flour until September 1{farmers growers have diggers with (engine at- Biscuits.: Gingerbread.
are urged to grow as much feed II tachment to regulate the shaker on Cha: A. Whittle. Editorial Manager, Farm Service Bureau. Atlanta Ga. Griddle 'cakes. Fruit gems.
and forage as possible; and the coun- the digger. One man and a team of The farmer can win this war. dependent upon this country a full Waffles.
ty judge has been, asked to instruct I mules do the work of five men. i Only by famine does the Kaiser hopeto ration At bent there Is !going to be HEARTY DISHES
the sheriff and, deputies to see that I Taylor County: All crops have received lack The American farmer must
eonquf r-famine by force of the submarine -
f :t.. the vagrancy law is enforced. a "set-back" by reason of the awaken to a serious! realization that Corn-meal croquettes. Corn-meal fish balls.
T Liberty County: This county is cold weather. Co'ton seems to have If the submarine brings England this Is no small task, In fact, U Is
,r coming to the front in the productionof I been injured the most. and France to their knees, beg only a fighting chance, Meat and corn-meal dumplings.
food products this year. More, corn, Nassau County: Farmers are ging; 'bread In the humiliation of defeat If the American farmer will only Italian polenta. Tamales.
potatoes and'peanuts are being planted planting the largest acreage of food the Kaiser will then turn upon realize this then lie must recognizethat The in Farmers' Bulletin 565 "Corn
and more purebred hogs are being and feed crops ever put in 'in this the United States. every' blow he makea/. must count recipes are ,
t raised than ever before. county. Crops are u little backwardby England and France can be saved for the iitmoHt Maximum yields Meal as a Food and Ways of Using' It, free from the

Bay County; Every inch of land reason of the cold weather, but tronii fans ne by the farmers of the must be striven for"' as never before. Department of Agriculture. '-t'
that is fenced is being used to recovering nicely. The pig-club'
grow are United States and Canada In spite of This Is no time to leave anything
r crops of 'some kind. Families that boys' Durocs are showing up well. the submarine. If they will. The sub- unemphasi/ed that will count for
"have never before attempted to raise Alachua County: Farmers are enthusiastically marine will sink food, that Englandand greater yields. Efficiency must operate -- .
a garden have one now. attempting to grow with every act on the farm from -" -- -
r Lake County. Anthracnoce found enough food not only for the county submarine France: can so not sorely sink nerds enough but the to breaking the soil deeply to garneringthe
in watermelon fields has been checked but for some of the nonproducersin
4 starve our allies, if the farmer of the crops with a saving h.and.
by sprayingwith bordeaux mixture. the state. Particular attention is
United States will raise maximum Thorough preparation of the seed
Castor beans are germinating. Scale being to cultivating and fertil-
given crops, raise every pound and save,every bed may be accomplished with less Buy less fertilizer
and white
t Holmes fly prevalent on citrus. izing crops, raising gardens, nd producing pound of foods he possibly can. labor than, is customary by the use
: County: Our farm work' more 1 ilk. ,
of labor ,
'' It's a fight therefore, between the saving farm machinery. i
: goes along in the most satisfactory Gudsden County: Much interest is
l farmer of the United States the Liberal and rational )
on applications of
t1 manner, even the mules to being shown in the planting of rice
seeming
t c
realize one hand and the gaunt wolf of the plant food should be made this year.
that. "Every acre that we till and of
t'"r puts a crimp,In Kaiser Bill." peanuts Kaiser, famine on the other hand. Partners. who never used commer- use more plant food II
Suwannee County- Peanuts are I -llujr Illtrrty llond*-- If the American farmer can raise cial fertilizers before should certainly .
I till being planted; some cotton fields Show your true blue by buying a enough to allow for the submarine do so now for the nation's sake.
are being planted to and toll and enough more food to place The same modern, labor saving
corn peanuts. j War Savings Stamp. Farmers don't need advice.how
their how
"over there" to feed those who are farm machinery that will enable a Jo grow crops or to
j t fighting, then victory Is ours farm hand to plow two rows while carryon their business but most will agree that it is sensible this year \
Uut It's a narrow margin. The plowing one rE"totorand<< plow at least to buy less low grade fertilizer ,and more high grade and to :
r whole world is on the verge of starvation them better-must be made use of.ICs 1
make better of it. It has been that the
use proven larger amounts of
If even a normal crop Is produced a hard fight all spring, sumo
In this country' It Is not Kolng and fall for the American farm planf food bring the best results. The war has created the opportunity
to afford enough to feed everybody Will he win, r to test again this truth. Buy leu low grade fertilizer Use the high

:, BUY LIBERTY BONDS I - grade and get more plant food onto the acre.. j

.. SEND THIS COUPON

r Your boys and our boys are now "Over There" and f I
\ Send me your booklet "Citrus Culture. I expect to use < "
th .brothers are going. ________tons of fertilizer this season. /t'
Shall we make them easy target for the Huns by j Do Women Vote When They Can ?

stinting their supplies? of guns, ammunition, food and My Name ___________________________________-________

", clothing My Post Office Address_______________ i
----
-dollar loaned to Uncle Sam down the -? ------------
( Every helps to
'. kaiser. At the Congressional elections in New. York City in My County! ___...______________________ Slate____________
--4 ; March, the first election of the new women voters, 90.8
Buy Third Liberty Loan Bonds today. I per cent. of the registered women voted and only 33.7 percent My Crops for 1918 -_--_____________--__---------------
;
I of the registered men. The women helped to elect
ITS AN IIONOR TO,OWN TIIEItt.r .
KISSIMMEE
four WAREHOUSE
Democratic Congressmen. "As a rule women went

.. I, ,about their politics in a workmanlike, almost professional J. T.,Bar Ualter. Salesman
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer "
;r: I I f Company manner, said the surprised Time :'It was an event out I
of the'ordinary 1f a womanmade mistake in
I a folding her
., Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers. i
THE
ballot. On the same day women of Vermont voted for COE-MORTIMER CO.
1, 'Dealers la Spray Machinery and Insectleides. the first time in municipal elections. In Burlington and .

\. l JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1 1I Colchester 90 per cent. of the women registrants voted. Subsidiary .f tfc. A Merle.* Aarttt.ral Chemical co....,..

I i Rutland followed with 80 per' cent., St.. Albans with 75 Room 606 Heard BId,. JacksonvfBe florid.. .

per cent. CORNELIUS CHRISTIANCY'

i florida Sales t..au (

J .- f- )" '- I .


i'S / 7? ) If J II

'I J "'"

\, : "' .. '" .' .. ....,,., ...
'" .m' 'w .. _'..' ':" ..., .
-



,'of' '.<1"'jl'v' -* "'?>-ir itft*?*I t-WnMr'*'v+ry, i.*"V"->,,-,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, .
: \



r I a ,
\


THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MAY 3. 1918 SEVEN

,
---- --
.r'\' I


w. B.CRAWFORD Crawford & JARRELLATTORNEYS.ATLAW Le Jarrel! ALLIES DEMAND .It I MR, SIMPKINS PAYS RED CROSS,TO COLLECT !I N WHY. NOT-DAIRY CLUBS? undersigned by whom given It may by the as concern.Notice Special undersigned Master that la hare hereofore the.


A great deal i. being said just now appointed In thlrr cause, will en
INCOME TAX CLOTHINGFORBELGIUM the Rule Day In May Itlft namely the
"HIS
Office: ) 4, 6. 6, and 7 Citixeni MORECEREALS . ;.about the products$16,000,000 paid annuallyfor legal 8thlIIY hours of aald of sale month, namely' between 11 a the m.

Bank BuildlnjrKissimmee .- I dairy : shipped into this and t '". m., offer for sale and sell to ?

r Florida McBLAIR. W.rk' state and Urn cattle men generallyand the highest and best bidder thereforfor
ROBERT
By Hoover Asks Davlaon'a Aid In ca.h. Lot 4 of U. C Miller's Sub
the small farmer in particularare division of lock R'of W. A Patrick's
J Mr. Slmpkina gated at the portraiton
American Meat Restrictions Relaxed Of Relief
DR. W. W. CARSONDENTIST lime wall till his eyes filled with I urged to give the production of County.Addition Florida.Klaalmmee This sale City will Oaceola be held ,

& to Effect Greater., tears. It was a portrait ot his father - dairy cows more attention in an ef under decree of foreclosure heretofore I

Colonel Slmpklns who had four times Beginning March14 and ending fort to.keep this sum at home to 'en. entered In the above styled case and in
Office Pilley Building Wheat accordance
: over : Savings. March with the terms of saM decree
Onto Hour: -11. l-a been promoted for valor dui-Ing the : 25, a seven day nation-wide J'I rich the Florida farms and to relieve Purchaser will'pay\ for deed.

O*._ 'Phone lit Residence 'Pa.a* II' Civil War and had died bravely on the campaign will be carried on by tho l This the 6th day of April, A. O. IMS.O .
the railroads of hauling this com P. Garrett as Special Master In
Oas Administered for Kxtraetlon et American Red Crow and the .
field of action. Mr. Slrapklns' throat .
Teeth modity. Chancery In said ca... Clarke Knight
ARGENTINE'' ARRIVALS SHORT. ached now for two reasons: First be I CommlMloa tor Relief In Belgium There Is no question that it is a as counsel for complainant, It-It

reverenced and adored the of i to. secure a minimum
memory in the
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW move right direction and should NOTKH FOR PIBI.lCATIOKf
his lather; secondly his ago and his quantity .of .000 tona of clothes. be done at once, but what will puzzle Deaartmeat at ... laterlar, V. .. LaudOQlee

$ ; Meat Supply Here Conatdsrabty En. ryes and his game leg woutdn' let him for the destitute. people of Belgium the patriotic farmer who wishes .t Ualaeavlllv. Fla. *.
April 4, 111
and the
go to war himself. And as he observedthe occupied portion of Northern to comply with every suggestion of Notice Is hereby given that Oscar H.

w I( ,h, Waring Building. . Urged ';" Food Administration martial bearing and uncompromising Prance. At the requeat of Herbert greater food production will be how Rrltt. of l..outrllman. Fla. who on

i However, Warns Against gate of Colonel Slmpklns he saw, Hoover chairman of the Commission anti where to obtain these cows. April SK, 1"111. made Homestead Entry
No. 01J849 for SWH of N W ,.(, Section IIrownnhlp
rat Johnston O. P.G.rrNt; Waste. In imagination, the khaki-clad lads of for Relief )In Belgium Henry P. Dart- Thor are not to be had in Florida according :- t.3, Range UK. Tallahaaaeeterldlaii

JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW the new generation marching forth anderee.lng eon chairman of the .Red Cross War to the state dairy Specialist) hat filed notice of Intentionto
In no section of the state la the make Three-year. Proof to establish
Council: haa ranted the bt the supply
three thousand miles of sea to use na- claim to the land above described, before
The allies have made further and fight, maybe die, for liberty Ibnal Red Cross organization for collecting sufficient for the demand. The priceof Clerk Circuit Court, at KI..lm.me. *
Offic.s' : 10,, 11 and 12 CitUsni BaD Increased demands,, for breadstuff, the needed clothlnr. a good dairy cow, and nothing but Fla.. on the tUh day of May, 1.U.
Building ', Mr. Slmpklns peered around to make As the commission bas allowed most a good cow should be tolerated Is Claimant names a. witnesses;,
these enlarged demands being caused
Ktsslmmae. Fla. sure that neither Bess nor John (who of Its'local committees to disband because prohibitive for the owner of the small J. It. Collins, of l . to some decree by shortage in arrivals' James Jackson of Loughman\ Flor-.
'r ; were. at the teasing ages of sixteen:: of the financial arrangements farms here, and these farmers would da. '

from the Argentine. It. Is, therefore, seventeen, ) were where they could made laat June with the government be most greatly benefited by the \V. Mr, Rrltt of IrfMiKhman. Fla.

.... necessary for the U. S. Food Administration see him then he straightened and It has turned to the, Red Cross for movement. 17-tt 11, J. 1'opney of IvOuithtnan, Florida.
KOIIT. W. DAVIS, Register.IIRHIFF'II j
I to urge a still further reduction threw hs( right 'arm up for a salute. help. Where tbe'local committees of Right here is where the state could 1 i

CIIRSO In the consumption of bread and breadstuffs Hut his gouty shoulder twinged, and he t he Relief Commission are still intact lay an important part and could encourage I SALE

: G $ PIIRMERSELLS generally If we are to meet our groaned. lie couldn't even salute. they will work.Ide. by aide,.with the. ; the dairy industry by' pro Notice la hereby given that under r
,
Red Cross Chapters. viding for dairy clubs along the same and by ,virtue of a Writ of Execution
export necessities. The Food Administration .'Dumn'S"! Raid Mr. Slmpklns, and The practically entire exhaustion of lines that the pig clubs have beeei issued out of and under the seal of the

has Issued a statement explaining with his other linnd fiercely twirled his clothing, shoes, and leather In occupied organized. furnish the small f ami County State of Court Florida for, Oseeola wherein Counar Osoeola, S

the situation In detail particularly white mustachios Belgium and Northern Prance and'the era with at least one, cow on somewhat Hardware Company: : : a corporation under "

the reasons which lead It,for lie turned and limped Into the; library shortage' of these necessities In, the the same conditions the pigs arc the laws of the Stale nf Florlda.lsplaintiff ,

the purpose of centering e 'ort'tor the and sal down creakily before the world's market are making It Increasingly bought, that is, the first cost to be r.[ have levied and Nathan upon and Ray will Is Defendant offer for '

Fire Life Accident and time being upon the cereal situation mahogany desk on which: 'More lying difficult' for the Commission paid out of the increase,. ale and will sell at public outcry for

to.reiux temporarily the restrictions on the blanks for his Income tax statement to keep clothed and shod the unfortunate The county agents are successfully rash In hand to the highest bidder at
r people In these territories. In addition operating these the front door of the Court, House In
clubs
pig in of
Health, Plate Glass, Liability meat consumption. blanks which he had rather to new material gifts of used the Florida many KlHfllmmee. Osceola County)' Florida,
Experience .shows this statement grumpily cot from the Internal Heve- and counties, why 'not extend nn the First Monday In May, the same
surplus clothing shoes bla'nk'ta.
their usefulness and place the extension being" tlio" th day of May. A. D. 1 1H.ind .
and Boiler Insurance. says, that the consumption of breadstuffs Due officer only hat clay! after lunch. flannel cloth, etc., are needed in large of this important industry in a legal" Hale day during the legal

Is Intimately associated with, the eon on his way home from the rlub.Mr quantities from the people of the /United their hands. If this hours of sale, to-wit: between the
plan in
Legal Bonds Executed consumption of meat For various Income for 1017 had States were put flours of 11 o'clock In the forenoon
Hlmpklns' in
\ operation, one year's time the sum amt 2 o'clock In the afternoon, the following -
reasons our supplies of meat for the mounted to Jttat about $15,000: and he The donations will *be shipped at exnended for dairy products wouldn't described real estate situated 4

: Same Day Needed. next two or three months are considerably had been rather snappy, on the subject once to the Atlantic seaboard and sent look much like 16000000. In the County of Onoeola. state of
, overseas for distribution. Florida, described as follows: Lot One
enlarged, and we cun supply the of taxes ever .since he had discovered -Hay Liberty Honda_ fit of Ovceola Ite-(4ubdlvlalon of Lots

:' allies with" all of the meat products that the more Income a man has ADVERTISED LETTERS Seven (7) and Frlg'ht'(5) of Hiock "F"
J which transportation facilities render the the of It he >f It 1(. p. DrouKhts Addition to the
OFFICE: State Bank Building; greater percentage CANTEEN SERVICE FOR Town of KlNslmmee, Florida. Said
" possible and at the same time somewhat pays In taxes.: Ho could think of several uroperly has been levied. upon a. the }

\ ,\ Increase our own consumption men who like himself, were married :Advertised list for the two weeks properly of Nathan Ray the said Te.

In these circumstances the Food Administration and had two children. and yet, SAMMIES IN FRANCE .ending May' 13, 1918: (he rendant said Writ and of will Execution be sold and to the satisfy necessary -

r considers It wise to relax Although their Incomes were Dearly Allen Clifford; Bryan, T. M.j: Davis the. r

fi The Dining Room of the the voluntary restrictions on mont consumption half of Ms they would 1'1on I" a Moses; Holts, Miss Tommie; 1911.l>.at d 4th "day of April. A. 1.>

to some extent with a viewto small fraction of the amount he paid.
I H. INQRAM. e
: Manhattan Hotel further decreasing bread consump lie gloomily drew the blank nearer R.d Cross To Servo Boys In The FrontLine Hoover, I. L.; Rivers, C. P.; Ward, Sheriff, bsceola* County

I I lion. and begun filling In the Informationthat Trenches T. P.; Winder, T.. C. KRlnnS A STEED State Florida. f
\' Is Now ; '
OpenMrs. Conservation of food must be adjusted It asked for B. B. SIMPSON Attorneys for Plaintiff' IIlitI.
'
R. B. Savage, Owner and Mgr. (to meet necessities from time to As Mr. Simpkins' Income was $15.00O The American Red has Postmaster.
he had Out the amount. Cross Just -Bay Liberty Baaaa_ Circuit Court State af Flera...
to figure
time for neither allied payable
production nor
arranged to establish with the 'American Visiting cards Hrvralh Judicial (Irralt. OseedaCeuiyl.t'aa.rery
the
printed Val)
by
. demands are constant factors, nor on each of the successive smaller troops In France a front line can I fr

J. W. THOMPSON I can any of these factors be anticipated, classes of Incomes In order to arrive teen service similar to that through 'ey Gazelle Job Department Mary U Hunter-

for long periods In advance In the disturbed at( the total\ due from himself. lIe which they.have served more thana I -Bay Liberty lload.- va.George. Complainant, 1 4

conditions In which we at present passed over the first class who must million pollua with hot drinks during' REGISTER NOW. Hunter Defendant.. I''

Funeral DirectorAND live. While'the world situation Is pay taxes that Is,- single men makingover the laat six months according to a The registration books are now op. It appearing by affidavit appended "
to the bill filed In .the above-stated i
cable just received by the War Council -
not one that warrants relaxation 1,000. His calculation for married cause that George
any from Major James H. Perkins Red en at every precinct: in Osceola county Hunter the defend'
men then showed as follows: ant therein named,. la a non-resident
In the efforts to eliminate waste or to up A
Cross Commissioner to France. Register and pay your poll! tax- of the State of Florida, and la a resident
relax economy In food, the Administration First they pay 2 per cent (underthe Thto will consist of rolling canteens your vote will be needed this of Iowa City State of Iowa, over y

desires to secure better adjustment 1010 law) on all Income over stationed close behind ,the front line year.. 'he ace of twenty-one years; It I.

LICENSED EMBALMER In food balances.So $4,000 deducting $200 for each of their Frenches. There are now fifteen of therefore lent defendant ordered that said non-re.i.
be and he Is hereby re-
\ long as the present conditions children under eighteen years In Mr, these operating behind the French LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS lulred to appear to the bill of com
I Simpkins' case this was $212 which he lines from which fifty or more large olalnt filed In said cause on or before
; Store and Chapel, Stewart AYe.I continue the only special restrictionswe put down in the "payable" column. receptacles of hot drinks are sent fqr-- Monday, the ISth day of May, A. D.
I ask the beeflesi and l
are porkless ward 1918 otherwise the allegations of said
K:1..lmm.: Fla. > He saw next that, under the 1011 daily usually la thesmall hours NOTICR bill will be taken a. confessd by aald a
Tuesday.The law married men an additional :2 of the morning. :These drinks are Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt defendant.It '
meatless meal and the porkless pay served free to the men going on .or may concern that I. Mrs K. H la further ordered that this order r re
I *000OOd0000t400Q0000MN4) per cent. all over $2.000-wltb the Rouse, .
on guardian for {Catherine Len teePalmer ) published .
Saturday are no longer asked. coming off duty.This once a week for four.eonecutlve
a minor will the J0tl dRY -
on "
same allowance for children. This woks In the Klaalmmee Val
M. TILLER service has proven or. such of May, A. D. 1(18, apply to the Honorable '
The farmer of the United States ley Oasette. a newspaper published In
added $252; to his "I'able" column.
value to the French that the American T, M. Murphy, County Judge In said County and State. '
r are responding to the national call to He then observed that for every army has asked the Red Cross to and for Onceola County Florida, at hi.otl'lce This. llth day of April 118:
,
: Real J. Estate! Agency.!! I Increase bog production. Their Increase $2,000 jump In his Income over $5OOO( have this 'service '' directly In. touch Oaoeola at the County Court House Florida at, at Klimlmmep 10 :OO- J. t. OVKUSTREBT!: ;

. ..... .. ... .. : to all appearances Is being at- he had to pay a Surtax, the percentage with the medical', relief stations Df'are.t A. S(., or as noon thereafter a. the. KRIRBS a: RTEED Clerk' Circuit Court. f
tained more rapidly. Of more Imme- growing larger with each jump. This the front. The work Is often done matter can be heard for authority to Solicitors for Complainant. 17.4t
< Realty bought and sold. sell. at public tale, therlR'ht
diate importance, however are several was, $250 more added to his burden. under heavy shell fire and requiresmen title and or Interest private belonging to NOT)CM FOR I'UB LI CATION r
Houses rented. of bravery and sympathy Department of /b latrrlar. If. 5. I aa4UlTIre
.. complex factors which have effectedan And on top of' all this came, an "I s. great the aald Katherine Louise Palmer. a at v
The American army officers/ are manifesting minor, ,In"4-the following; described : UalaenTlllevia..
! Taxes paid and Titles verified ) Immediate Increase ,In meat sup-, cess Profits", tax, of A8 per cent, on all a keen Interest In having this lands, to-wlt. Thai Southwest quar ; April 8, HIS j.

for non-residentaf. Plles.1&; +)jl'M;; rtwn:! i1; It>t t ':S'' !J! ;'OCCUIR Uon.,:.,Income over $0,000.1mak. service at the disposal of the American ter of the Houthwest quarter nt Section Stewart Notice' of Is davenport hereby given, Fla.that who John, ,
The before :?!""':fw!*>ww>oi tew?' ipisw! ?. '( TwentynineTownship; "'" Twenty -'hle on
| | Fire, Life and Accident In- transportation shortage Ing $720 more. troops, and have ak d'the Red Cross South' Range lTwenty-seven1Ea.t ps4 linuary' SO, 114 made Homestead. .
the government took over the railroads The total:then he must pay was fourteen to enlist a substantial number of,men ceola County, Florida. < Kntry No. 102(67, for E3W of ,8E'>4. '
surance.: Section
' the bad weather January and hundred and thirty-four dollars. of the,highest caliber to undertakethis Dated this 18th' day of April.. A. D. Tallahassee 1, Township Meridian 158.has flange flied notice tSE.

, Indemnity Bonds. early In February the large: percentage "1VhewI'! exclaimed Mr. Slmpklns work. It will be performed at the 1918. MRS ,F. IL IIOLTSK. ->f Intention to make Three-year Proof a ;

of Immature corn In the lost harvest angrily "There'ounlt Henry WHkins point nearest the firing line at which tunns A STEED, Guardian. to establish claim to tha land above
.... . .
.000000.0..0000.
4. described before Clerk Circuit Court
civilians permitted. Attorneys for Guardian: 18-It
., and the necessity of feeding this who married Jake Johnson's girl are! at HISHlmtnee.. Fla. on the Z4th day of

corn as rapidly as possible to save It he makes $2,000 and he doesn't pay a ftOTICH OK ADMINISTRATOR May 1918.Claimant.
.t..oo.<"*t*.0.*.ooo.o.. from have not resulted In I I For Fleet UeharaT) names as witnesses:
decay only cent of taxes. guess this Is his war 8. E. Ftowen of
I NEEDED IN' la Court af County Judge, Stata 'e f Davenport., Florida
NURSES
backing up the animals: particularly as well as mine !I" Klarlda. Onreola L....
bogs-on the farms for a longer -period Thinking of young Henry Wilkins I. r* Kalata af WUIIaal ,Wrkerln 1']. Ulll of Davenport. Fla.
C. W. Notice la hereby all whomIt R. O. Goodman, of onghnian Florgt
I striven to -
GRIFFIN ,
, of feeding, but have resulted In a be remembered that Mrs. Wilkins went MILITARY HOSPITALS may concern that'on the' Srtth day Ida

great Increase In their average weight every afternoon to make bandages for of September A. IV Ids, I shall applyto _ROBT. W.:DAViS, Register"

and will result with Improved .transportation the. Red Cross and that Henry, who the Honorable T. at. Murphy., Judge MAaTKH'S. BALe .
of said
Staple and Court as Judge of Probate for
FancyGROCERIES conditions, which already appear was a lawyer was aiding the Local my final discharge as. Administrator of Notice Is hereby given that In pur.luanca .
In larger than normal arrivals at Draft Board with its questionnaires. Surgeon! General' Asks Red Cross To the estate. of William Weckerly. de- to a Final' Decree'in' Chancery,
teased: and that at the same time I rendered by the Honorable Jaa. 'W.
market for the next two or three "Well." he admitted to himself Supply 6,000 Nurses Will present to said Court 'my final accounts Perkins, Judge of the Circuit Court of

months. The weight of bogs coming "t'lot makes a dl 'erenc .." Administrator of said estate,,, the Seventh Judicial Circuit of ttoe
and auk for their approval. State of Florida' In and for Osceola
to the market for the past two weeks He thought next of Judge Wlllough-
Surgeon General .Gorgus 'of the Dated Und April ft.. 1911 County Florida on the 27th,, -day" of
: h Free all Indicates an Increase In weight of "by: whose, Income was about 3000. 'A.' K. 'DhounirT. March. A. D. I91S\ In the ca.e of R .P.. ,
i v Delivery to Partsof United' States baa called upon .
army Hlsnsen, (
-lam6moAdmlnniratnr complainant vs Otl. Stevens
203
from an average of pounds last "He only $20 commented MrKimpklnS .
pays the American Red Cross to, supply to T . and J. O Lanier, defendants, that I.
the .
City year to the almost unprecedentedaverage not quite so angrily this the Army 'Jurse. Corps fire thousand NOTICE 'OV 'AD lIjTRATOI' aa Special Master In Chancery will on

i of 232 pounds, or a net Increase time ; and then a thought struck him nurses between !now nnd' the1 ''first df Par Final l>lnrk.r.*) the: First Monday In May the same,b..-
la teed of '('_.'''' Judare. "'.'e elKlarlda lag the 6th day of May A. D. int. and
+** ooooooooooo.o.oo 4 OOO>( In their meat value of over IS and he sat up rigidly In his chair. June. These nursed are needed tcfr ....-...1. (notify a legal sale .day during the legal.

per cent. This .Is a distinct: addition Judge Wlllouphhy's sop had been service In the)'military hospitals both .. rr Katate of. *>ael Ueall hours of sale offer for sale and nail.

to the nation's meat supply. It therefore drowned on the Tuscanla when It was In this country and, abro .d. Although Notice Is hereby given to all whom at public outcry for cash In hand, toy
It may concern that on t'w 4U1 d.t tha highest bidder. at the front door
the Red Cross1' has *already' supplied
Awejy'with DEADl now seems certain that we have submarined with the loss of two hun 6f September A: II. 118. I shell applyto of the Court House KI..lmme.'Oe.. .
such enlarged supplies for at least dred soldiers. nearly 7,000-nmees'as 'a reserve> for the Honorable'' T. M: MurpK*" MMire, ceola County. Florida' the following
the Army and'Mavy Nurse Corps since of said.Court, as Judge of Pro'ixto.. for described real estate, t. In the
some months to that not "Judge Wllloughby his to tsitga
we can son
come gave final Adrrtnlgtrnlorof County of Osceola
s the beginning of the war'the Impera my discharge a* Florida,
only Increase our exports to the alliesto America" muttered Mr. /Slmpklns. live need for a greater army of nurses the state of Fred Dual dti'eawed: described AS follows: Begin Fifty (SO)
KILLS RATS, MICE AND 'COWrtR the full extent of their transportation He leaned forward suddenly and put daily as' the war and thnt at the same time I will present feet South of the Northeast corner of
-- nr.MH.oakit A&urK( grows progresses to Bald Court my final account. Lot One (1) of Block "M" of Bass''
facilities, but at the same time his face In his hands. According to a statement made by as Administrator of Bald. estate bud Addition! to the Town of Klsslmmee

FOX SALE BY can' properly Increase our domestic For a long time Mr. Slmpklns sat Surgeon General Oorgas, It Is estimated ask for their approval City, Florida, run thence West 99

CENTRAL DRUG STORE consumption.The very still In that position. There was that there are between eighty and Hated April A. 22nd K., UHOUOHT.A. n 1018. feet 99 feet thence thence South North 60 feet 60 thence East
feet
to the
Kisiimmee.. Fla. response of the public to our requests no sound In the library ticking of the tall clock and an occasional the United States, and that approxl- Dated this 2nd day of April A. D-
for reduced of
consumption mately thirty thousand will be needed In 17tLANKpSCHILL meat daring the past few months baa trlll, of laughter from the children for service In army hospitals duringthe Judlrlal <<<'leech Onrrola W. B CRAWFORD

been most gratifying, and this service skylarking upstairs.' The square present year The Immediate nd Cauaty. la (aaaeery. KRlnnS & Special M"ter

TONICFor alone has enabled the government during of light on the carpet gradually, withdrew for five thousand of these Is emphasized Lewla Moral', (.'0..1.1...., Solicitors: STEED.for Complainant. It-It

this period to provide such sup Itself through the window, and :
1'-. E. Ilrlaht sad Sar.b !lrl h.. allilfv.
.
CHILLS and FEVER plies as transportation to the allies first twilight and then darkness settledIn Miss Jane A. Delano Director of the I>.f......... NOTICE OF I'XF.CJTOI'
permitted. about the quiet white! haired, sometimes Department of Nursing of the American It appearing by affidavit' appended (Far Final Dlaekarae)
COLDS. GRIPPE MALARIA Irascible old Red Cross said: to the bill filed In the abon-stat d ,
The Administration also suggests man. thenurses cause that Edwin .... Bright and Hara I Court ofo.. ..'" Judge 0......
,' 2SctSOcEysrywb. NoCufs.HoPsy Mr. SImpkins was thinking things "Not only are we appealing 'to Bright his wife. the defendant (.'ou..,. State' a. Klarlda
that In those
of ,
_ _ parts the country I to volunteer for thin service,
therein named non-rraldents
which he would never afterward speakof are ol
For Indigestion, Constipation or where the old fashioned home preservation -- but we also appeal to the public and to the State of Florida and are reatdentfof .. re Estate of Llxalv 11I..1.,..
of pork Is still the custom this he was thinking things that were the physicians employing these nurses ciiHtle Rock, State of Washingtonboth Notice Is hereby given to 411 whom
Biliousness too snored ever to be put Into words I over the age of twenty-one yearsIt : ]L may concern, that on the Slst day
them
to aid In making It possible for '
Just try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS practice should be extended at the of ,In therefore ordered that said nonresident of July A. n 1818. I shall apply to the
present time It But some Inkling his thoughts maybe without too great financial sacrifice y honorable T. M said
as will relieve the burden defendants he and are hereb Murphy Judge of
WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive transportation found in his rejoinder to Mrs. on their part, to hold themselves In required to appear. to the bill of complaint court as Judge of Probate, for my
upon to and from
Laxative pleasant to take. Made and SImpkins when that placid lady came readiness to respond to the call of filed In said cause en or' before I final discharge as Executor of the
the packinghouses and Is economically Monday the 20th day of May, A D estate of Llnle Moseley, deceased: and
recommended to the Paris Medicine
public by their country. We) wish also to bring:
In nnd turned on the lights, and asked I that at
sound as saving the cost of packingoperations 1918 otherwise the allegations of sal. the same time I will present
Co..manufacturers of Laxative Bromo him whether he was ready for dinner to the attention of nurses the unusual bill will be taken as confessed. by sal my final accounts as Executor of' Hid
Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill: Tonic. and at the same time will opportunity offered by the Insurancelaw defendants. estate, and ask for their approval.
provide home supplies of pork to last "Jbdge Wllloughby's only son. was enacted for the protection of our It Is further ordered. that this orde,r Dated January 26th. A. D. ItlSEQQLESTON .
the months worth as much: as fourteen hundred be published once a week. for four conaecutlve ,. WJLBOURN..
over of and which applies equallyto
decreased.upplies. army navy, e
'" weeks In the Klsslmmea Valley T-'oamllm Executor; A
dollars wasn't bet'
GOOD TO THE LflST DROP The Food Administration desires to and .thirty-four nurses assigned to duty as members Gazette, a newspaper published II
that It does Mr. Slmpklns demanded of her. of the Army and Navy Nurse Corps. said County and State. ,JSiOTICK Of RXKCUTOR I
repeat not want to give wife who not unused to This 16th day of April 11-18.
As his was "A great responsibility rests upon (F. Flaal Dlaekara-a) ,
the Impression that these are times his superficial Irritations, watched him the nurses of the country. They an J. OVKI18TREET.!; la Court ., <'.....,.. Judge* .Oaeaalo)

MflXWELLMOUSE when simplicity sod moderation of living In mild astonishment Mr. Slmpkln the only group of women recognized By 8.Clerk H. BULLOCK.Circuit Court.. C....,., Sate af.n.- .... N

are not critically necessary but limped out to the hall and took his q a part of the military establishment,' (Circuit Court Seal. ) Deputy Clerk. la .. Estate: af Joka M' .aaltat
that its sole desire .Is to secure an ad- old felt hat and silver-beaded can and should be looked upon as the representatives ' KRIUHS HTt!:. U. Notice la hereby given, to alt whom
.
.Solicitors for 18.4
lastment between our different food of ) the womanhood. o t Complainant. I U may" concern that on the 1st day of
from the hat rack. Letting himself out "front. : August A. D. 191&. I shall apply, to
the
acd at
supplies meet changing conditionsfrom Into the foggy evening, be tapped his Amerjca other In the 'ClrCUIt Cot for .tSa .Sevehl h: the Honorable T. K. Murphy Judge of
time to time and to keep the public ' "Not only .should'the women Judicial lJ'<1uI&o'! lie State of Plalrldi. ,' said Court as Judge af Probate, for
folly and frankly advised way down to the corner and mailed his of the country.: .\' noourae purses to In and for Osceolal County)I In. {Chineery. my (nil discharge as Executor of the
COFFEE of Its Income tax statement and check. with volunteer for service/but they should Knlfrhf-eV Wall Cotnpanrcoaplalnant. .: .stat -' ot John W. Smith, deceased
position with the full confidence and his hands. make effort possible,to protect vs. J. R. Graves and Orac e and that at the same time I will present -- 1
)
: reliance that whenever It becomes necessary own every E. Graves, bla.wlCe. and Emma F. t I,. my final accounts as Executor of
"Now God be thanked said Mr. the nurses holding..themselves read y Campbell. re.pond.nrU/l: Jdoreelo.erere e It said estate, and ask for their approval. kit.
ASK YOUR renewed appeals for saving will Rlmpklns as tIM,lid clanked; shut over for service: and & .. ..them-tke. -,, Morts aca Notice of sale. To J. . Dated January 11, A. D. 111.
GROCER met the same loyal response M In the do'tubi oaslblllty and sacrifice: necesssrP.n ." Graves and Grace E. Braves, his wit. THURSTON a SMITH
mlssive"II"I much *
pmt I) his ), can for and Emma' F, R.' Campbell, and al.1p IiI.m.1IL I lEztcutor! .

4 1)u _ mi ceualrTlmlhowKr I _. II
'I II st. 1 fl
if. '
11
1 I )I v.y.S I_- j[ .
.
.: ., ,. if ,iI' ,,-
r s r

'-;.",,_ //rf..jJ. _,. _I-4. ': I,''':'' y.'i'' '\\'I.I "b p r, , t4



} , ir, ' at. 'tl'. .rt t

1ICHT
'
-. 1 "1 ,..,,.-' I....,.. .. 1." .10n.-. 1'\IIoj"I" !" Ii--.r.,..} .lYp M i NMry.uar.. ," R .,
? ,
'
M
"wra'-wryy' . q; M," T 1 '


k 'I

F


THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918 .. 1.
.,_ .. ,
-
"
. .. --
-
..... ---- --' -
--- ----'-'---" -
>.:.;+x.Society .-:--... + .
<- >$ c ><- "X-M *': M0 \ + BikTIIDAY'PARTY' WEE I RED CROSS BRIDGE CLUB I 4
!
'I LITTLE TOTS +_ T
. i Mrs. R. E. Brown charmingly] entertained -
+
.. Notes .$ A pretty lawn party for the wee the Red Cross Bridge Club Osceola Hardware Co

little tots was given 'by Mrs. Edgar Monday afternoon at her paratments'at ff
I Katz at her home .on Bryan street the home of Mrs }O'. G. Thomason ,

(Mrs. E. E. Wells. Editor.) Tuesday afternoon celebrating the on Beaumont avenue. Pretty spring
'l I second birthday of little Miss Doro flowers in vase's attractively decorated Located on Kissimmee's,
X I
I thy. The guests were from one to the rooms. .
4 Request is made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend items three year olds and they enjoyed the Three table's of players enjoyed the BU'SIEST CORNER
: immensely. The center of attraction 1 event and high score was won by
::1 event -
for in these columi., Alf
Editor publication
*f Society Events V> the .. seemed to be a huge: sand Miss Mildred Turville. The hostess

I .!. pile where 't they romped while their presented her with two thrift stamps

. .+. _wiw.4.4w9d.s''..''..''.__'''''''r1'OUNGSTEIIS' .'_'''!.,,!...!. !. . .-.e.... -..:...-:..:-..:-..:..:...:....-:..:'':'<..:..:.0(0 mothers chatted.A I uti in the custom the with Red this club. Their not O. V. B. AUGER BITS
donation to Cross was
.__.. table was sprt'ad.on the lawn and ,,
CLEVER;: EN'lERTAINMEVr ; : +., -,KISSIMMEE--.- ---: \\'() 1AJ'\'S' CLUB; I cunningly decorated with candelabras{, forgotten.At the. close of the game refreshments a
candles. It centered CHISELSWe
i URGES) SCIENTIFICSANITATION" ; holUing tiny was bread sand- and
; : of'tea and Liberty
... -,.__...--._---+ : with a kewpic with pink ribbons lead wiches-were served. The next meeting

Grown-ups- r- are. not clone in parti-". +-While.--the---Kinaimmee- ,----- Woman's+ ing with'to tiny the kewpica plates which and were terminating favors!! of til a. club will be at the country carry a general line of 0. V. B. Auger Bits, and'Chi I.. We

otic zeal in our town. "Over tho to,, has closed Jts the' Refreshments offrozen club, when Mis. J.) S. Cadel; Mrs. S. especially '
season for These
flub\ practically 'guests. and Miss'Mildred' Turville]) also have a splendid lot of Snell's Ship Car Bits. are
children as II. Bullock .
'spirit prevails among, our it will\' take an active interest in the custard and wafers were serv '' makesof
well sFive' work of improving the sanitary condition ed and a tiny birthday cake with two will be hostesses. fine goods. I It< may be you need a'File. We keep four different

little girls-a dramatic dub of the city and, will offer the cooperation wee cjmdlcs. . i ----Huy l.lbrrtj- noudn them and be suited.
'
embryowho are keenly alive ,to "af- of iitn members to t.heoily 'As the guests departed the girls .- RED CROSS; .TEA you can

fairs of state" decided to give a war council at ,the May meeting.At ) were given toy dogs or cats and .express } \
benefit entertainment' in Itr. Winn's the culled meeting\ 'of tho club waltons'',were favors for tho Mrs. 1i. Clay Stanford and Mrs.'' In spite of the fact Uiat.'we are at war with Germany, we'v'e'aid
which is the cento ,forum of of week set of resolutions The tiny hostess received n Jacobs entertained with delightful ?
garage, Tuesday -last; a boys. Georgia a in'a stock of Kraut Cutters for folks will have krauts. war or no war.
their playground activities! but they was presented endorsing the number of very beautiful\ gifts in re- Red Cross tea Saturday afternoon ,
caught the gleam f''pro'eeds''fl'olJ1 tleun-up campaign and urging the authorities membiance of this, pleasant'' apniver- at the pleasant home of"1II" "'(

a wider range hence the high school t to put forth every effort to sary. and Mrs. Stanford which WM well Two kinds of chair: seats are excellent (for 'repair work', vit.:
auditorium if you please' on a platform miike the city scicntificaly ricers mid At the party were: DeRheta' Alderman attended. The guests chatted quite informally kind.
,with"'real footlights is where healthful 'as a matter of civic: pride Claudie Harper, Cynthia' Carson between the numbers n Three-ply- Wood Seats, and Heavy Fiber.ones. We sell both

this quintette and assistant friends. and public well:) being as well as in Lillian Lee May Edyth Leslie musical 1 program when Mrs. P. K. Is it about tIme to give baby a' ride) We thought so, and have
their entertainment. anticipation of the selection of Kiss Gay Livingston Jr., Bloxham Crawford Weaver and. ,Miss Inez Carson rendered \ .
'gave The selected its arrangement timnice by the government as tho site ; Shirley Vans Agnew Bob Gilbert vocal selections and Miss Louise in stock some excellent Cabs ,and Go Carts.

and program staging'was carried out by uf an aviation lighting! station. these Emmett Brown Jr., Bobert Thomason played a brilliant; piano

; the group's lent assistance dictation.of some Miss of. Beat her resolutions of the met club the and unanimous will\ be presente approval - Francis V ......i-n-ui Evans iiur i.i'and".r Dorothy r Hon.-Katz.--- solo.Refreshments of ta and Hoover- Buy Thrift Stamps for they make money (for you and they save

kindly musicians viz.:: Elsie Welch 1 tc the city council at tile next + + ized cakes were served at the conclu- money for you and they kelp Uncle Sam win the war Therefore buy
young Elinor Overstreetand meeting.! I MOTHERS'-TEACIIERS' CLUB I sion of the afternoon'and'the sum of
Dorothy Geraldine Bullock Lesley, and of course A copy of the( resolution follows: $10 was contributed to the, local Red all you,can. '

the mentor of all dramatic Whereas the health conditions in On first and third Fridays members Cross. .
.
Miss ''Aultman work in Kissimmee waS calledin and around Kissimmee appear to be please remember; the club meets at Ilur I'llirrty. Ilondnt Nothing (from.Gashum and Susetle tins week, (for Susette i is, sick.
Miss Louise Thomason normal notwithstanding the fact thatno Mrs. S. I,. Lupfer's home. At the I ENTER-1
counsel! t P1TIIIAN SISTERS : 1
effort has been made to .
special the club the -
last meeting was recipient
musical numbers. j DOG THINKS
accompanied ) TAIN D WHAT OUR OFFICE
k this all-star caste make the locality scientifically clean of three. very dear remembrances, ,
by ?
, the The quintette-Elizabeth program Parker, Margaret .us a community, and not alone because of the money value Mrs. G. W.. Persons and Mrs. J. 1 1Woodbcck p. The firm that don't advertif-s will soon
Eleanor Whereas, we know that there are but: because of the sentiment which were hostesses on Thursday
Helen Winn
Winn several conditions apparent that can the will and kindliness. with .
Jane May, with assistance betokens good afternoon ,of last week entertaining + be chummy a mgmrny.
Rosen and be improved by the civic and. Marian and Josephine -
upon Two little girls
I
Sisters
May the members of the Pythian '
and Lillian was ,
Sanford May - -
of sanitary authorities, and Sin eltary, Mrs. J. W. Miller's I lodge' at the regular social meeting
creditable indeed. Stately and dignified Whereas there is a probability, or grandchildren sent a dollar to be used ,' at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. The fellow who never takes back anything -
and Margaretthe -
were Elizabeth at least a possibility of the United for Belgian baby clothes; these cute I'I W. Persons.The : .
former in her welcoming address, States establishing- Aviation Lighting 1 little girls saved their dollar' by sellIng I I Indies spent the afternoon sew- s-r( r ,t he says is a bachelor.
the latter .in. her toast to the flag Station at or near Kissimmee asa their Easter eggs instead of coloring I I of the
the little garments laying
' Helen in "She Liked Him Rale Weel, part of the Aviation practice system them. Gift two-three attractive -'I I on for i
ette they are making Belgian orphans his
and The who talks about hometown .
Elinor in "Picanny's Cyclone of the National Naval Corps, and bags-sundry bags containing: and they contributed a generous man
Jane May In "Her .Big Sister's Beau'were Whereas we know that in order requisite articles to complete layette silCef offering to the local Red V and runs his neighbors down is no
exceedingly good. These .three that such landing! place wherever established outfit. These were given by the Presbyterian -' Cross treasury. In 't"
little Misses in pantomime "The will be at a place that ie Aid Society. Last but not Late in the afternoon refreshment "M Jerk our. (rare n,1& better than a certain. stripedanimal..

Whispering Bird" were fine. A small scientifically clean and healthful and least, the eighth grade of our public I of sandwiches and tea were served. His"'IIOKO motto do",111'In Do'''?bite I.ntln'"m." fact, the J advantage is with I the polecat.
( event was this, perhaps, but pleasing Whereas' .it is reasonable to believe school sent $10 as their gift for war About thirty were present to enjoy .
. to the audience of great moment that such place, as shall, of its own bereft babies. The eighth grade, un- this pleasant event.
} to the actors a credit to the stars pride clean up and place itself in t der the leadership of Mrs. F. C. Bryan llondu atsttssssrs.
-ll > l.ltivrtr -
to the school's proper sanitary condition will be has club which demands of each --
of $8.32 -
-
f and an asset] a --- --- -- - --- -- ,
Bond fund. more favorably looked upon for such member dues to the amount of 5 cents r I
Liberty T LAUNCH BIDE FOR MISS PRESBYTERIAN WORKERS mittee to raise the money' and pur-
" decorated with the purpose than the one which makes no month. Recently this same eighth Ir
+ The stage wall per JOHNSON chase the flag. !
.t-f colors of France England and America such,preparations; grade had a banquet on a Saturday (0 COUNCIL FOR' WAR WORK The body adjourned to meet again J

and red roses. Therefore be it resolved by the night at Lucy Lupfer's home (Lucyis Misses Violet Bullock Mary Tiller next Wednesday afternoon at .the \ i
members of the Kissimmee Woman'sClub one of the club). The banquet There held at the Presbyterianmanse
The following program was given: Norma Griffin Carolyn Fripp Clari- was manse at 4 o'clock. j jlIuJ'
in convention assembled that
Elizabeth Parker was a gloriously good time affair Wednesday afternoon on the
Introduction
and Mattie Liberty lI"nh---- -
,bel McGhcc Margaret -
!
I we urge the authorities' that be, to abundance of to ,
: Piano solo-Elsie Welch. with an good things Stanford Lois Johnson. Frances call of Pastor Witherspoon a meetingin '* I
Four-minute speech-Margaret Winn. use their utmost vigilance in the work ent, prepared. by the members. At Tucker Messrs. Dick Bullock and which there was effected an organization KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB I I 11
of sanitation in arid about Kissimmee, this meeting it was decided to 'disburse -' for vigorous and 1
Beau" more systematic
Sister's INVITED TO ST. CLOUD !
Reading "Entertaining : Frank Bryan 'chaperoned by Mrs. :
the be
to the end that same may of their funds hence the'
some work. ,
war t.
I--
Jane May.Reading I Stanford enjoyed launch ride and .
a '
found upon investigation of the State gain of $10 to the material fund for There were present at this meeting
"Picanny's Clclone .Eleanor of picnic supper at Paradise Island Sat; The Kissimmee Woman's Club is
Board ,Jlealth or by any army or Belgian: babies layettes. : Pastor Witherspoon. Mrs.\ Wither-
\It Rosen. cantonment representative to be Thank most heartily buoy- urday night. The event was given in 'Mesdames in receipt of an invitation to lie pres ,
, you you Miss Lucy Witherspoon, -
Reading "M'rilly's House Cleanin', clean and health honor of Miss Lois Johnson who was spoon. ent at St. Cloud Friday and Saturday
thoroughly sanitary
ant, jolly generous eighth graders, James Caldwell, J. W. Miller,
home for few from
days Tampa
J Helen Win. ful;; teacher a May 3 and 4, at the formal opening
find J.
your great-hearted ; may E. A. Livermore, J. W. Evans
where she is attending business col'
'r Recitation-Sanford May. I Resolved further that a copy of you all ,live long and prosper. a Wesley Brown W. M. Skinner, J. F. of the new brick A. C. L. depot There
:; Reading "The Bugaboos, Helen these resolutions be spread upon our The dub--Mothers'.Teacbers'-vol-; lege. The bright compfire the hot Walter, Misses\ Medora Russell and will be all sorts of interesting events
: .
roasted weinies and other delicacies of
J Winn. Eleanor Rosen. minutes a copy delivered to the City ed to adopt one or two Belgian of I/ossie Lathrop Mr. and Mrs. T. R. a trip through our allied countries
lunch will be
\ Piano solo=Dorothy Bullock. Kissimmee and a copy given to the French babes. -committee was appointed the usual picnic long remembered Moseley Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Moseley represented by booths which will be

Reading "Little Boy Blue," Elizabeth Kissimmeo Valley/ Gazette for publi to. correspond. relative to the contributing by to the the young pleasures people of the as and Mr. A. S.'Nelson. presided over by persons' who have -y
Parker. cation. : ,
matter. Pastor Witherspoon the lived in those countries.. The rail-
... Interpreptative dance-Eleanor Ros (Signed) Mrs.. J. W. .Miller's name has been evening.. BondsMRS. of the meeting explained to road company has erected a new 'flag
-Bor lAttrrtr object was organize
en. '. Mrs..\ Minnie Moore-Willeon, added to the membership list. that could war 'pole and there will be a'flag'raising;
they
prosecute
so
t Reading, "The Minister,'!,;'Jane,,May. ,"'" ' : '! !i, .jIngram i\ { .Sec'Pres..J ';: '{.:' '." /' .J'.?. Mrs.. Frippn-Corv: Secy, . EARLE LUPFER ENTER-I work more vigorously, and more systematically railroad, restaurant, a dance for the

Piano solo-' Elinor'' I OveratreetSfflgj&1 Mrsh H.j: ;j jI ti1i: nUT l.n..rtJ':.!......... ;\;?, '?;,.' ',.TAINS EASTERN STAR 'J ,"" .. '*" .':. '",;.V:?.'\*$vfiOi ; 1 young;1 people Frida1iievf'ning". The
Pantomime,';i), The i\ ngBird'iHelen nay Liberty 1I0.d + %P Bg .llIjJUI ig ""..... "',, On motion it;was determlned1to, organize proceeds{[:of HtheHTcelebration. _will be

Wln"- "' Eleanor*Rosen, Jane I ENTHUSIASM[SHOWN!IN t "SHIP DAY" The. pleasant],home ofj(Mrfiand{,Mrs7J. ,' and$l>r&Withers poon.t the donated to the 1. Cloud Red foss i\ ,'. ., '
, Aiay."s' 9" "r'TJBV> ;' -qaW"m '**H8f SHBB *r-rPATRIOTIC LEAGUE'The ** .. Earle'Lu the'scene"of"adelightful pastor'' waselected: president.*'R. MMoselev IIu7 I.I berlp I'o.dll' "
Four-minute. speech-Elizabeth Parker .. .. The members of the Twelfth, Grade; ] ,, reception,: t Wednesday afternoon vice president: Mass;. Medora

;. Kissimmee Patriotic League observed "Skip Day" by taking when the ladies 'of the East Russell)), secretary; and Miss Grace. Stomach Troubles.
r I Reading "She Liked Him Rale Weal"Helen Leave" of their school Thurs I When becomes
met at the Hart Memorial building "French ern Star and a few friends assembledto Nelson treasurer. your system clogged
s' ] Winn.Recitation Wednesday afternoon for afternoontea day morning of last,week and motored honor' Mrs. W. E .Dunnaway who' A. S. Nelson, Mrs. J. W. Miller and from overeating, constipation and a
"The Pilgrim Maiden' with their supervisor Miss Inez to Conway for the day. It is a is! leaving for Winter Garden where Miss Lossie Lathrop were appointeda I torpid liver, your stomach is likely to
Lillian May. time-honored custom claimed by seniors reside. The afternoon I committee to nominate a' commit I trouble you. A dose of Chamberlain's
Carson who assisted Miss she will' was
Reading "Dick and the Clock" Eleanor was by to leave without informing any tee to supervise the activities of the Tablets will' give; you quick relief.
Helen assistant quite informal, the guests plying
Rosen. Bass supervisor. of the faculty of their intentions: organization and to report next Wed They cause a free movement of the
Piano solo-Geralding Lesley. More, than forty enthusiastic memo though' on this day it is said Prof. busy knitting needles while they chat- nesday at the same'time and place. ,bowels, tone up the. liver and strengthen l
Reading "Granny" Helen Winn. bers were present to take part in Evans seemed little surprised at their ted in true sisterly fashion. On motion it was agreed to pur- the digettion. You will be surprised -
f' Interpretative dance, "The Mischievous planning the work for the summer absence. Conforming wlLh'wheatless week:, chase a service flag for the church, ed -... you realize how much better
Fairy" Jane May. and to swell the chorus singing of Mrs. II. Clay Stanford, Mrs. Gay which is being observed in Kissimmee and;i Misses Medora Russell and" Lucy I'l you are feeling day or two after

Reading, "The Watermelon," Eleanor the songs our boys are singing in the Livingston and Mrs. W. J. Sears accompanied the dainty sandwiches were of Witherspoon were appointed a com I taking these tat-I eta.I' .
Rosen. trenches "over there." the'ybo1ng! people who enjoyed nut brown bread and the delicious

'j A Toast to the Flag-Margaret Winn. .The first patriotic activity of the their outing so thoroughly' that oatmeal cakes were served with. the
;, league will be the collection of magazines they returned to Kissimmee only fruit punch.
Salute to the Cast.
America-Song Flag by:-audience.YOUNG to be mailed to the trainingcam when the evening shadows grew long. :---Bur- Liberty Boad>-. I' POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS j 1\"i

-D. L..rtJ' ....- Anyone having magazinesof -Du Llbcrtr Ilo..d_ +
good fiction, humorous stories .1- TALENT TEA .1- --r

MAN FROM KISSIM- jokes scientific or mechanical please MRS. VAN DUZER ENTER-I FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD ANNOUNCEMENT ADI u'i i
WINS JACKSONVILLE BRIDE I notify some member of the league or 1. TAINS H.. FACULTY I Mrs, W. C. Bass and Mrs. Lewis 0'- FORCOUNTY: COMMISSIONER un 1"
send them to the next meeting which Bryan are entertaining the ladies of I hereby announce myself a candidate I
hereby
candidate -
anounce myself
Donald Davidson, a well known will be held at the Hart Memorial Mrs. Frank Van Duzer entertainedat the Methodist church and their friends for re-election as member of the for County Commissioner a from
this afternoon with a Talent Tea .at Board of Public Instruction from District
young man from Kissimmee went to May 15. o'clock
Friday District No.
a six dinner, even'ing 1, and respectfully solicit'the
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bass on and solicit the of
No. 2
Jacksonville last week and claimed -D. Llberty Bond.-- complementary to the faculty of support support of the voters of that district -
Miss Lillian Dickenon as his bride. T the under whose Emmett street. the voters in the approaching pri-
Osceola High School F. II. TYNEK.OR :
t NINTH GRADE PICNIC _
"Mr. -and Mrs. Davidson visited in San- instruction her granddaughter, Miss -i Bay Liberty Be d mary. W. R. LANIER.

'L ':'ford then motored to Kissimmee Sections A and B of the Ninth Lenore has been this winter. OSCEOLA COUNTY SUNDAY > MEMBER OF TilE BOARD OF

,'Where they will make their home' Grade and their friends enjoyed an Plates were laid for Misses Almena SCHOOL CONVENTIONThe FOR REPRESENTATIVEI PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONAt

They will occupy apartments at the all-day picnic at Conway Saturday Leitner Jessie Lee Blackmon Miss hereby announce myself a candidate the solicitation of-many friends

home of Mrs. W. H. Farmer on Mitch when swimming and a bountiful ,din Hothan Miss Tribble and Prof. L. O. Osceola county Sunday school] for Representative in the Leg I have decided to offer mv services

l street. ner added to the pleasure of the day. Rogers. convention will be held in the Kissimmee islature from Osceola County subject again to the voters 'of Oaceola county

Presbyterian church Thursday to the action of the Democratic as a member'of the Board of Public

May 16, 1918 and render the following primary. FRED M. BASE Instruction. I fully appreciate the 1
kind words of commendation and offers
:
9 a.program m.-Devotional' service led by FOR..,COUNTY COMMISSIONERI ] of support from my friends, and
A. S. Nelson hereby announce myself a can- should I be re-nominated and elected

9:30-Address of welcome by JohnL. didate for re-election as a member of will give the office the same pains-
taking care in the future that I have
Overstreet. the Board of County Commissionersfrom "
District No. 2, and will appre- in the past. W. C. BASS. '
Response by B. F. Rails. .
Open An Account Suggestions for activities of ciate the supportof the voters of that FOR REPRESENTATIVETo

Teen Age Boys by Prof. R. M. Evans. district. ERNEST MACH the White Democratic Voters of

Suggestions for activities of TeenAge OHceola County:

Girls by Miss Lena. Carpenter. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI I hereby anounce myself as a can-

Discussion. am a candidate for County' Commissioner didate for election as the member of
Appointment of committees. from District No.3 sub- the House of I
Representatives from
in this institution and you are identifying yourself with a' strong com 11:15 Address enthusiasm .in
on
ject to the action of the Democratic Osceola county subjct to the will of ......'
Sunday school work, by Rev. JamesM. ,
the Democratic voters in the ,
whose officials willing to render assistance primary.JOIN primary
are
pany you every proper King. PARTIN election to be held June 4th.I .

.' and whose resources are sufficient to protect large accounts without Noon. recess.Afternoon.. thoroughly appreciate the honorof
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER serving as a member of the Florida '

in the least degree interfering with full extension of credit to small Rev.1:30 I.-L.Devotional Jenkins. services led by I hereby announce that I will be a Legislature during the last two ees-
.. candidate for County Commissionerfrom sions and realize that the knowledgeand
t 2:0o-A symposium on the teacher:
? customers at all times. District No. 1, and will appreciate experience thus acquired will enable "
The teacher and his work as viewed
me to give better
the euport of-t.e: voters in that rorvice 'anothr ':'
by the. superintendent, by James term.I' .
M1 t : Confer with. us about your business problems. We desire to }help Goff. district. respectfully refer to
I' E.: L. D. OVERSTREET. my record .
2 ,
The teacher and his work viewedby
a* during the last two II
,,y $ .-._-u. ,..._.._\-.-".... !:.! '.. "'!i'T"?':'[J,...:- r.atltiI himself by lion. C. A. Carson. Legislature. sessions of 'he i
i' S 4 The teacher and his work as. viewed FOR STATE AUDITOR As the next two months will be J

tie the scholar. Served as City Councilman two v.ry'bWlY one with me I may not be :.
'- Report of committee on nomina yean; Tax Assessor of Polk Co.'8 able to see all of the voters personally -

: tions. years; Pure Food Inspector three \ but your support in the coming
'. Departmental conferences. years; Asst Postmaster Bartow two primary will be highly appreciated
nxtllllfarmara WS.S. Evening. years With these experience I feelI and It nominated and elected I shall
: Citizens Bank 8:00 -Devotional and song service1. am competent to handle the work work diligently and faithfully to 'he \

y 8:15-Address. by the state secre Incumbent upon a State Auditor. very best ef my ability In the serviceof
tary.Address I will appreciate your support and the people of Osceola cowrty.and
.. v. UNITED STATES by the.Rev. H. II. Bowen. I vote at the Democratic Primary inUune. .the state of Florida.a1 ,
.t OF KISSIMMEE J GOVERNMENT J. H. LANCASTER, -
I
p. I Adjournment Very respectfully/ '
f1! i ., poon. Secretary. .B rtow, .Florida. N.. 9.lRYAN'! f.1' !


': : J ) ,


.. ., ,
:1/ ,, '" f -
'if ... 'JI,
s' 'J' ,"" ,'}"
.. "
+.gvM'y,., 'a' 'rr ( i'' "j 1a kS' w ,,, ,,. a'n' r..A..+1 s, '':l- ){r'.d i4, ,i.," . "Y'W .t



er'N b +1Mti.!.(,w M/ vs ,
4 k1Y.F. (
". 1.

1t
.


.

.

SECTIONTWO PAGES :r

KissiMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. -

9 TO 16


.
Aid 1 0 S CEO L A JOURNAL, Consolidated January 11, 1915.

JKI..I.
.._ I \' N........ ...,.. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 3 1918 i VOL. XXI NO. \20Kissimmee's
-
aII 7'tc :iie: : JC'.Ud..d .: : ,
0....... G. .. .. .r Parer .. ..:ao.leea. ,

.
'


High Standardof Ty.W fe GROCERS HELP .


IN 50-50 PLAN t
,}

Patriotism Endorsed by --- 8r

,.., Explain New Wheat Ruling to-
,
lTh .2't
Thousands of CUI.tomers-ln-
ii

t cures Greater Food Saving. .
Manufacturers Record ? 4 n i

Grocers of the nation bare. 1
; ." > aeeeptedi; ,,ty

11 Kissimmee's. patriotism has never bed for years by the exorbitant prices should take up and push vigorously, a .t enthusiastically the 60-00 baits' for this

' been questioned since her own Com* German manufacturers have put on that is, in, reference ,to the German: in purchase of wheat flour and are dolnsji i t

... ny'B made up of home boys march- their chemicals, which has, in,turn, this country. Their dpulicity, treachery #" \ 4sA their utmost to explain; the new regu '
Her forced us to charge the American and general lack of honor and ? .' y 'it
the "
d away to training camps. ;: 'i ''' fi latlon to the housewife. This
spirit of sacrifices had been evidentin public excessive prices,. for it is a morals'have been so thoroughly demonstrated ruling br :
her support of every war measure known fact ''that the illegitimate from the Kaiser, Crown ; f ,: the U. S. Food AdralnlatraUon regdraeach ,
recommended by the government But profit to German manufacturers on 1 Prince ond Ambassador BernstorfT on < purchaser of, wheat flour to buy .

she is not content with .following in chemicals sold in t.his'country will down to the most inconspicuous' German 1 .". ", one pound of cereal' substitute on* i.
the beaten paths marked out but is run into billions. individual, that it is, hardly necessary ': kind or assorted for every pound Gf
,We in position to buy mention- it but should 0> 4. a
4 lazing a trail through unexplored are now a an we
wheat flour. It
country. in an effort to strikeavigors American-made duplicate for practi like .to make every German with t waa necessary to re-
blow at our common enemy, and cally every German-made ,drug or whom we come in contact demon atrlct the use of wheat flour In order "
is calling on other,communities to follow chemical at a !much lower price, and strate beyond>the shadow of doubt. : % rf that the allies\ and our fighting force
z' her. it is distinctly our duty'as true Americans his absolute loyalty to the U. S. "A., abroad might be assured of- an adequate .
Two weeks ago the Gazette published individually and collectively, to or we should have no 'relations with supply of wheat to meet their )
the plea made Druggist :M., entirely eliminate German-made goods him in a business way whatever vital needs. This supply must com
S. May that American people abolish from our stock and replace with honest Neither buy goods of him nor furnsh from our savings/ because we hare already -
German made drugs and use in their American goods, not only for the him employment. The very German sent our normal.surplus.
place "honest American made goods." duration of the war, but for all time.A that we give a job to may be the one rs Wheat saving pledge cards were for
This action of Mr. May's was followed great many of we druggists are to do the most damage\ in this coun- S. _: A warded by the Food Administration to
of resolutions not in position to to the front but .
by the passing by go try.Now all retail food merchants and these
the Kissimmee Woman's Club denouncing we fhust not forget that some mil. gentlemen, the matter is in
Germany and all things lions of our brothers and fellow citizen our hands We can continue to buy I are being signed and posted In stores
' German and pledging its members to ) will serve their country in that German goods, and thereby 'help the 4 05e throughout the country. This card
discontinue the use of German mule way, but we that stay at home can Kaiser continue this war indefinitely, states, "We pledge ourselves loyally to
goods. do our "bit" just as effectively: ,as in .which will result in the additional carry out the Food Administration prot'
This movement has rung true in the trenches if we only ,discover the death, or worse than death, capture of I gram. In accordance with this orderwe .
the J.parts'of the American people way. We druggists! as a class, if we thousands of our boys, possibly our I e e will not veil any wheat flour except
and from all over the country come can become united in a fight: on Ger- own sons or* brothers. Or we can I _' where the purchaser buys an equal ..
romhienilation of this principle and man !goods, can strike Germany a boycott German goods! and Germans, i i S. o eS weight of one or more of the following,
for the high standard the citizen of harder blow than we could With our and help Uncle Sam win the war in a greater use of which In the home

Kiftninimcc, are establishing. gun or cannon We can do far more the shortest poftmble space. of time. I will save wheat:
The following article, quoted from'the in thin way than any other class of Which is your deciHionT "C rnmeRI, corn flour, edible cornstarch

", Manufucurers Record, publishedat men, owing to the enormous patronage Yours fraterially, hominy, corn grits, barley flour,
Baltimore shows the general approval we have previously given Ger- M. S. MAY, potato flour, sweet p Cato flour, soybean
i this step in receiving: .;many. Now if you. as an individual Manager Corner Drug St.ore.Kissimmee. I I- flour fetcrlta flour and meals,

Hitting Straight out at German and will say, and stick to it, from this day Fla.Note. . rice, rice flour, oatmeal rolled oaUiand '
'y German: Trade. forth I Mill never purchase another .-I am having a list of German -' D, EP INTEREST FEATURESW. buckwheat, flour." '.
Kissimmee, Fla., is a center of vigorous :- Jerman-made( article, neither 'Hill\ I manufacturers in this country
patriotic work. !Iu people. Tire have any business relations with a prepared and will gladly furnish same Some confusion has resulted on the
getting an example to the people of : German who cannot absolutely prove to all who< apply, enclosing stomped C., T. U. DIST. CONVENTION part of the consumer In construing '
many other towns, for it is not only I hid loyalty to "Uncle Sam," and pass i addressed envelope. J this "50-50" ruling to mean that an
pro-American in sentiment, but it is the same sentiment along to I equal amount In value of Bulstltuteamust
vigorously anti-German, and its ;peo-' druggist with whom you come in every contact 1 SHIPPING OF CLOTHING TO The District Convention of the W. convention was not forgotten nnd the be purchased with wheat flour.
b pie are aggressive in their activity we will goon have German goods BELGIAN RELIEF COMMISSIONDon't C. T. U. held in Kiasimmee Friday ) ladies of. the local union served a This. la I a mistaken Idea. The ruling
against Germany "whipped to a finish," and do nbt for. was pronounced by those in attend- bountiful luncheon at the noon hourto states that the consumer In purchasingflour
One illustration of the spirit of the j! ance one.of the best in the history of all attending the meeting. A table "hall'
that thi1 be "buy at the same Ume an
get Will a big step towal'dthe : Please don't send of
town is seen in the following resolutions : any the union. Both morning and after. was spread on the church lawn and "
of other
equal cereals
"whipping to a finish" of the the following weight
passed by the Kissimmee Woman's : sessions well attended and seats arranged in a circle in the shadeof
noon were
Kaiser and his villainous hordes, not Men's stiff hats (derby, straw ot- j One exception to this ruling Is concerning
i Club, calling upon the people to deep interest was shown in each fea- the trees. All the dalicacies of the
for getting the two major beasts dress). graham flour and whole wheat
; pledge themselves not to buy, use, or von ture of the program, which, with the season were in evidence, testifyingthat
Tirpits and Hindenburg. Women's stiff hat I flour which be sold at the ratl
:in any way countenance the use ofGermnnmade von exception of the talk by Mrs Metz- Kissimmee ladies are masters of may
? goods of any nature or Gentlemen, it is not a question, it Women's fai>cy slippers. gar of St. Cloud, was caried out as the culinary art and so carefullywere of three pounds to five pounds of
'. :for any purpone: is absolute knowledge with me, that Goods containing rubber In any arranged. the "substitutes" camouflagedthat wheat flour. This provision la made
i, Whereas -the United States' is at every true American druggist would form,-as suspenders garters etc. The utmost harmony prevailed they became a treat rather thana I because approximately 23 :per cent
war with Germany, whose methods already be waging his fight to the full! As leather goods not in the best throughput the meeting and during sacrifice. more of the wheat berry la used In th*' t
are brutal and inhuman in the! ex- extent of his ability if he had looked 1 1 I condition deteriorate in shipment, the business .hour when officers were I The afternoon session was adjourned manufacture of these flours than standard .
treme, andWhereas at the situation\ from the proper an- j kindly I see that the shoes you send elected, the members who had served "ih time to witness the patriotic / wheat flour.
the country is full of Ger- gle. The trouble is that very few of I. are free from mud. last year were unanimously re-elect demonstration by the school children Another exception la that concernIng -
-.han spies perpetrating all manner of us have thought very much about it. Do not send in damp clothing ed. These officers are: and attend the. exercises celebrating: mixed 'flour containing less than '
German propaganda, administering We will stand ready to. do what we Do not put any notes or messages District president. Mrs. M. A. Liberty Day. '
e, poison to the food of American soldicrs can to' help our country in this fight in the pockets of garments! as no ., Clark Kissimmee. I The 1919 meeting of this convention 60( per cent of wheat flour, which may

I > and the people at large, together : for humanity, and as soon as we see written matter can be sent inlo thel I I I I Dist. Secretary, Mrs J. M, Coch- will be in' St. Cloud, the date to be t Kid: without substitutes Retailer*.
< with imposing all possible nefariiens the way we will take up the fight. occupied territories with the commie cane, Kissimmee decided later. however, are forbidden to sell mlx.e

practices that are inhuman, and Then it.will not be longbefore the sion's. goods.' : ,;ri, : :, ?.' I Dist..;? Treasurer, Mrs. L. L. Kibbe, Tha out of town members attending flour containing more than 60\ pep,
i Whereas a large per cent" or, the effects begin to ,showf and to show ., -Garmentsded.i"\ ,"' ., ,,' iSt/ Cloud. ',' ., ,:' the convention were: Mrs. L. L. cent of wheat flour to any person w><
; , '. '", n ,r Men's i\Vear < "vV '" J I \ Kibbe of St. Cloud less the amount O( whea Dour irubstP
which big'i'! s l' '' // ,I'of 1.'lll< \; <; [I >. Supt.i Soldiers and Sailors Dept,' district treasurerand : .. .,
; ,! >M.You*have' all ''read the"horrible atro-f -Sh1'rts;(preferably6 out, flight;col?,t' B4 : superintendent of the Sunday totes sold l ip sufficient to make the total
'
: for other purposes, is obtained from cities practiced by German soldierson ored flannels) undershirts:. ''>under, I :MSupt? H meeMissonshacpt': ; .*; MrsS school department; Mrs Clara Ken- amount of substitute, Including

"'?- the sale of German-made goods in the I, men, women and children alike., I drawers, trousers, coats worksuits Eversole, St. Cloud ney of $t, Cloud president of the St; those-mUed |In flours, equal to the fo?
United States; therefore be it personally have friends who have (overalls), suits ((3-piecc), shoes, overcoats 1|i Supt. Antl-Cigarette Dept.. Mrs. Cloud union; Mrs. A. B. Daniel, St. tal amount lowliest flour In the mixed! '
S Resolved by the Kissimmeo Worn seen some of these maimed and help- jerseys,'sweaters, socks (sizes Bronson. Kissimmee. Cloud; Mrs. Anna Ferner'tSt;:; Cloud; Hour. For Instance, I If; any mixed Hour
ens Club in convention assembled, Icss-for-life creatures. of German brutality 10 1-2, to 11). j I!i :i upt. Medal Contest and Institute, Mrs. Belle Very of Taft, state super I la purchased containing 00 per cenC
' that and there Women's Wear. I Migs Cecelia Over treet. Kissimmee. intendent of institutes and presidentof
I|
are right now in i wheat flour and 40 per cent substitutes -
/j We denounce Germany and all this country women, among them Shirts, drawers, corset-slips, .petticoats Scientific Temperance Instruction.: the Taft union; Mrs M. C. Still.
f things German, and pledge ourselvesnot Red Cross nurses, who have suffered blouses, skirts, overcoats, suits Mrs. Mathews, St. Cloud. well, secretary of the St. Cloud union; It Is necessary that an additional i
to buy, use or otherwise counten- fates far worse than death at the (2( -piece), cloth hats, knitted caps, 1 I Union Signal, Mrs. J. M. Cochrane, Mr. and Mrs Julian Vanetta of St. 20 per cent of substitutes be pur
' y ahce the use of German-made goods hands of German beasts. No doubta stockings (sizes 7 and 8)), shawls. Kisaimmeel Cloud; Mrs. Miry Kent, St. 'Cloud; chased. This bring It to the lIam of
L, of any nature for any purpose. Dol_' Wear. I 1 I I While moment of the I Mrs. J. B. French one pound of substitute for eachr,
great many of you BOW the newspaper Shirts every program St. Cloud; Mrs.Georget .
'Resolved that lend union suits I of wheat flour.A 1
further we our undershirts pound
Was filled the social side
article of a few days ago ad to of tho C. Kaufman, St. Cloud.
+ j4 efforts in persuading others of ,the how helpless Italian trousers, coats, suits, shoes, overcoats ,, -- "" ____ special exemption may b* granted)
''.American people to governed by prisoners were jerseys, socks (sizes 1-9)), 'I, n upon application In the cue of specially -
taunted
these: resolutions a I as they listened to the Girl' Wear. I I Fred Hayman, one of the trio of FLORIDA'S CIGARETTE LAW prepared Infanta and Invalid food

> Resolved further that a copy of screams of their wives, daughters and Dresses, skirts,. overcoats, night- : white meri, arrested in Orlando sever- containing flour where th ntee.dti1e to
these resolutions be handed to the sisters suffering unspeakable torture dresses, drawers, stockings (s.zesI' 1 al weeks ago by Deputy Sheriff'. M. An act to prohibit the sale, barter abow-at '- i':1', ..,.-
1 press for publication. and atrocities at the hands. of Ger 6)), undergarments Mosley for .
petticoats, suits compelling a colored or giving away of cigarette's/ Of cigarette
j" -Signed j man'' soldiers Do' you' fully realize (2-piece[ ) blouses some misunderstanding seems to exist
( ) shoes i chauffeur to bring him and his com- material in this state and pre.
X? Jflra. Minnie Moore Willson, that we; our wives, sisters and daughters Boys' and Girls' Wear. I jpanions i to this section from Jackson. scribing/ penalties for the violation ( on the part of consumers In assuming
I would be suffering: the same fateif Hooded I that with the purchase of wbeat
President. capes, pinafores, woolen un ,,vill, and later escaping from the Or. thereof.
l Mrs.. L. II. Ingram, the opportunity was given this ion suits, j jange county jail, where,he was being Be it enacted by the Legislature of flour one must confln the additional
fj Recording Secretary. bestial race, and if such a thing were Infants' Wear. I held for trial, and his subsequent the State of Florida: 60\ per cent purchase to one of the
to I 'We heartily commend to every possible as a German victory, the Swanskin swaddling clothes, cradle capture .is etill fresh in the minds of I Sec 1. That it shall hereafter be substitutes. This U not the c***> One
'I oman'. rganization in the United women of' this country would all I be chemises, bodices, cradle dresses, bon. the readers, of the Reporter-Star, was unlawful in the state of Florida for may select from the entire rang of ,
Estates the example of the Kissimmee better off dead I And gentlemen, to nets, bibs, neckerchiefs diapers, shoes, taken last week to Camp Gordon, near any coproration company, firm or substitutes a sufficient amount of aeh'to
oman's Club t-nd suggest that it be make this victory impossible, we must baby dresses, hooded cloaks, jackets, Atlanta, Ga., where he will do service person to sell, barter, furnish or give bring the total weUbt of an substitute -
i Mf olio wed not only in words I but in acts. all do to the full extent of our ability. shawls sweaters, socks. ,''for 'several years as a deserter from away, directly or indirectly, to any equal to the weight of the wheat
j |fe Another illustration of the spirit We druggists by boycotting German- Miscellaneous.Bedticks the array. He was taken to that post; minor any cigarette, cigarette wrap- flour purchased. For instance' U 'a t
fVv'iidh is ,dominant in that town is made goods can strike one of the bed-sheets, pillow cases, by Sergeant Eugene A. Dion.-Orlando per or any substitute for either; or to purchase of 24 pound of wheat floor
fteen in the action of M. S. May, a most effective\ blows at the German blankets, mufflers ., Reporter-Star. procure for, or to persuade advise, Is made a range of substitute may b* ,
.
[-druggist, who at his own expense is industrial life. .uuuuuu. _ counsel or compel any child under selected follows : '
--- :
scattering .broadcast through the Do not gtt the idea that the most said age to smoke any cigarette.Sec. . as
4
country a circular addressed to the of Germans'are simply leaders of the 2. Any such corporation, Cornmeal 8 pounds; corn grits
:retail druggists of the United States, war party. Men who have lived company, firm or person violating any pounds; rice 4 pounds; buckwheat, 2
,.calling \upon them to refuse to buy or among Germans 'In- this country and of the provisions of this act shall, for pounds; corn starch, 1 pound ; hominy
handle German drugs and chemicals men who have come bnck from "over the firs toffensc, upon conviction: I 2 pounds; rolled: oata, 3 pound.
,The circular which he is.sending out there," say differently.; The German thereof, 1 be fined in any sum not more Then .substitutes may b. used lathe
should have a wider circulation than is a race is a depraved, arrogant I than $50.00. nor less than $10.00; and following manner: \ ,
'.simply among the druggists of the brutal inhuman being and until they for a second end any subsequent of- CornmeaL. 8 Pounds.-Corn bread no

country, for the suggestions made are whipped to a finish they are a + ence, such corporation company, firm flour ; corn muffins\ or spoon bread
Lagainst handling German drugs and menace to the progress of humanity, 4 As ;r rp or person shall upon conviction thereof -one-fourth flour or one-third .ric or
>,chemicals aply with equal force to,, Christianity and human liberty.No ARfM be fined in any sum not more than one-third hominy ; 20 per cent substitutes -
everything else made in Germany.We doubt you all\ read the news of $100.00, nor less than $10.00, and to In whole bread.
I It
suggest to the newspapers of the sinking of a transport filled\ with which' may be added imprisonment in Corn Starch 1 Pond,-Thlckenlngrgravy '
,the land the re-publication of this circular American troops by a German1 submarine the county jail for any period not exceeding snaking custard one-third substitute
in the newspapers of Febru- a1 sixty days. ,
r *!' The following statement is issued ary 7. Do you know that it fs in the Sec. 3, It is hereby made the duties -' In cake.
shy this aggressively American Kis- range of possibility that part of the I of sheriffs constables! their dep- Corn Grits. 4 Pounds.-Fried like
'
simmee druggist: money that built that submarine and' uties or any public officer to enforcethe mush, used with meal In making corn

&To the Retail Druggists of the United paid for that torpedo originally came l provisions of Chic act and he may bread.

t .i States: from your or my cash drawer, and i -1 .1 ., 't summon any minor who may have or Rolled Oats, 3 Pounds.-One-fourth
now do you not think that it is high S ,5wr have had; ni his possession any cigar to .one-third substitute In .bread one-
& For several months I have realized I time that we put a stop to this "river"of sd 'S r ettes or cigarette material, and make half substitute In muffins; breakfast
K-that we druggists of the United I money going to Germany from the t t him testify before the County Judgeor porrldg'e.' use freely;I'oatmeal eookla.oatmeal *
&States were not true to ourselves and I United States, tho bulk of it coming Justice of the Peace as to where soupBuckwheat

our country, where we continued to from the cash drawers of the retail t: 3 and of whom he obtained such cigarettes Flour, 3 Pound -On-
buy German drugs and chemicals and I
druggists T Let's all get together z, or cigarette material.
In bread buckwheat
fourth substitute
'for some time now I personally have from this very minute and never let e Sec. 4. That all laws and parts of
ynot allowed a German-made piece oftfoods another dollar of ours go to enrich the 7 laws in conflict with the provisions cake
to come into my store. Germans. Your American manufacturers of this act are hereby repealed.Sec. Hominy, 2 Pounds.-Boiled for dtn
k-1 Do you realize that a large part'ofe can furnish you with whateveryou ; E 5. This act shall take effect nor baked for dinner with ,chs
money used to, make German need, and at a> lower *V0b. v 4s rtY y Ea 5 immediately upon its and sane*. '
passage
cannon, ammunition, submarines and I( .cannot but !help: make an honest ? by the Governor. Approved approval 'Rica, 4 Pounds.-One-fourth,*obtl- ;
lother engines of war, including the American "see to read of the May 22, 1907., tate In wheat bread -third substt-:
barbarous liquid fire and asphyxiating countless German atrocities, but we Photo .. Undrwoo4 t Underwood. tate In corn bread boiled for dinar (*
gusea;.with which to fight American .have not and never will sink low TEETH bread cot), M a breakfast food. t*
soldiers,. is derived from the sale of enough to retaliate by, similar inhu Worn...'* Hospital Unit Ready, for Or.r*.a* Service. OLD FALSE WANTED'DON"T thicken soups, ric pudding Instead *C

German chemicals in this country T manities. However, we can, even back In this"ffroup are the doctors, nurses, motor drivers and'mechanics MATTER :IF BROKEN cake or pl*. rice batter sakes S "
In ether words We druggists by ourenormoas here at home, make war on their men of the Women's Oversea_Hospitals, U.S.A.all teady.to W* pay up to 15 dollars per set.: Also ,S.nraln II.... stated' t"j,
-
patronage of German firms, by striking their finances, and it is directed the cash for Old GoldSilver and,broken who strictly eb.eri f,' .ye....
4: are enabling Germany to continue herrlithle'ss' hardly possible to estimate the good' '. start for-their job in France. The hospital by, Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. their customers meal eed work ... .....
warfare''against us. .1 wish that can be'aceompllshod by the;druggists 'National American Woman Suffrage Association and is com- Goods held 1. dare for sender approval the U wheatles .. ..
.
rto add hen that;.bTespec ...' of this boycotting German drugs. :posed entirely of women. of' our 'off.r. 'Ma..r'. Tooth It necessary to bq ubmuis .,. .
( Specialty, ttopt. A, SOOT 8. itb SC....Phlladelphla. oltloa to thOM ordered ands. the nth
war :we hare} been systematically rob- .There is another( that" we Pa. / (f'"
-- I.a.a... l
"i 9"I ......;. +..i..a.., ....:. :- / JIOI. i'> -, )
1 \ .. f f"i (/a,
"-
'JI.) .' > ,n"\t6'i k'fn, .'' ""' ,'" ... .., ,r. '.,..,.u.....,,." "
\ :, ; 'f 1. 'A 's' 4HM'' ,,\, "" .\ .1i.! \I; r 1 t''' W+'1 .a r r t e/trt.au: t"w _ y. W h1r; rVl"i" "" r'!! E?'" S. '5Sj



ry 'hr ,r J' 1I







I

r
i


Jk

TEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 3.1918.,

u_____
-


NOTICENotice : 14 tI .

Ca si y DESCRIPTION OF LAND OWNER GeVo
DESCRIPTION OF LAND i OWNER Ya itju c o tm :
la nertby nlven that the following described I.nde. or ao much d -< : . : . Csio<.
"
01G" .
thereof aa will be necessary to pay the amount due for taws herein let oppo.lteto '. v Ie cI: o ; : .. .
.4 :
of such sale and will be aoldat S..cI: .
the same together.. with the coat advertising w < In '" :
..
io+ a: 404All
,
.
Public Auction on the third day of June A. 1>. 1918. front of the CourtHouse I

door at Klaalmmee, County of Osceola and State of Florida, !Road I Lot Q . . .._: .. 10 21 211 6 Harris. J If ____ 8.31'tat
:
--- \Y of r ____--...01_--.-..:_-.. I 28 II sill tKL.lmmeeCat. -- -- ---- ----- -- -- L A7._ 1./111
I ,
T .. 10 25 211 II Kenton
tie Co, 14.17 ------- ---------- -- ---- -----
rn All \V of I>' Road .-_..__..___......_....._.. 'I I. U 71t KI.lllmmee Cat- "'Eli of W'rio nt KW'4 _.____._u.n_ 11 U 2. 20 .1ohnllton. J M__ 1.811
dDESCR1PtXON
S'rio of W""", 01 NWY of BWV 11 21 11
.. tie Cc __:.___ 41.11 ------ -- :1149 Farnworth-____ 1.14'B"R'
r.4 .. All W 01 r Road _-__--.__-_, _---___- 8 2. 31 200 KI..lmmee Cat. .
OF' LAND e OWNER I = tie Co __ __ 11.nAll 440 1414 1'1' 01 AW cor..of RWV, run .
:: :- a' aohb W 01 r Road :: 11 as U2 Klsslmmse Cat.u 1'1' 440 It. E 990, IL S 440 ft. W 890 ft 11 25 29 10 Young, 1 M W 14.87W44
: -----.h. :::
:
: \21 3.85NWI4
a \ of KF4 of SW'4 ____ __ __ 11 25 48 YO Hernea n )
G e V ; !!... cIU. : tie Co.. __,___ 78.01 noon
u
1-< II: ., 0.> AII____..___.__._..._____..-.a_....._...... 18.i 211 as 714 DOnRan
AII__.._____-__:_:....,-..__....::_.-_,.-.- I' 211 31 121 Khslmmee Cat.tie 'rio Int. In N1Y'4' 01 NFand
Co ______ .1.19 NWVand Sv of SE Y. and Nly4 of

NWW of NBW and NH of NWW !...* All ___ _u..___ __.._.._.._ ..---..----- 20 III 11 4141 DoncRan A E .12.10 _. _ _ i 1125 20. ,. too Mrray Lana co 25.93Undiv.
land. .deeded to Mrs I' L Simmons All W 01 T' Road .__._-.?__.__.___.. II' 211 '31 .36 XI.almm"e Cat. 44 iota In ]NN'St 01 NEW and \
and 1 acre .qr, In NW cor. __'-.__ __ __ 22 26 ,34 110* Matt CalvfnLOA tie Cb ____.. 41.711 NW'a and 9% ,01 819j4 and Nib4 of
8H of 8EW of NEW; of NWW ._-- SRWWW 27 34 l (Uranvllle W H 1 I.U ____ BW\o ___ __.. 13. 2& 29 180 Andrrws'J E '
8IO _ Ii.n A1Vll.of.NW.V-en-- ..._____ _ 22 2. .1 640 Don..can, A E 76.11 .-00-------------------, trustee ___ t'7.41;
14 39 Unknown n
6 29
In
of less 70 cor -
NEW; yds eu. u R S4''' and all W of 1>

NEW of 8WW ...__ _._.,..____.1------.-. 29 14 40 Unknown ..- U04d 01 H\I of NE'4 ____ .._.______ 27 'IS: as U. Klaslmmee Cat. Undlv, 44 1nL In NEof'\ NE"- ".___r 11 21 20 22(1( Unknown A---E-" i./A 3.614H11'I4
149 Undly Ins In 01 Donrgan
:NWW of 8WW' -.oo. f 19 14 40 Campbell A M. 44 NEk, NE44 t--._ 11 2& 29 '
Ir------------- __ I'T.II
tie Co.
NEIL of, SEW -. .-.___....ria------- 19KBW 10 14 ''40 McDermott: Mrs- 626 Ai1_______,.__.---.-------__:..-_.__" __? ,21 28 It 64fon"Kan.(\, A- E.r. 4..411 01 of NE\-\ -- NEVa-.-..-------..--.. 11 25 29 10 Oonegxn iMnrgan,5liss' A E8.11! '7 '9.07BF.V
IIW\4 NWQf .
1(1( {
-- AII__ ___ __ x--,-...,-,-, 146 29
__ ..___
.. +_..___....:...._._____ 29 211 31 4140 KI..lmm"e Cat- J T S.Y7'NR'I4 '
of ul ____ 10 !'rice,
N\V\o 29
; KE'4 726
_. ._ .. ... 280 14 40 Drawdy, tleo.._ 696 . ____ 41.78 ------- -- -
of SE14 .r.-. .. J- --* tie Co ._ A W._ 9.07
14 40 Unknown 696 1411.__ _. __ ...__....._ __.._______ of NEVa .of SEI4 ..__. 14' 15 29 ID( .1"nR"?
lx>t 4 ..t......-__w.* I 11 00 00 ? -a: .. 30 28 11 714 Donegan. A E .'.17 ----r.- 8.I.
.
d
of _ _
HE'4 NW __
V 11.48 AII___ ______ .- .. 1316 19 n '
Lot S of NEW 2 11 14 168 Cheesman. M __--__-_____-___- 31 U 31 11& Klaslmmee Cat. 41)J"h ::: Juhn.
"
- -- ..
8 W14 01 83114 ___ ...__n____________., 1146 29
E ___... 16 16
Wall V
Lot 1 of NEW Lot 1 of NW"------ 11 3160 tie Co 4'.41 oJo; _: __.__ )1.12.
_.:. 12 11 14 180 Moore, ML... .1516 All except N S'Ey' _.__ ___.. AE:: fl." ,
l..ots 4 and 5' -,.,, -- \ Q ? : U 28 11 696 Donegan B'rio or'toilj, of NW'of ____ 29 10 Donegan. AS. <14.51<
11 14 80 Moore R C 70 AII_______.__ _____ __ .._ __ RWt4 .--- 126
HHJW of NBW d. NEW of 8BW ..... U ,- ? -- .- .. -- 11; 18 31 1141 Kleslmmee Cat' R44 01 NE'4 nt NWY 01 HtA't4 _...__' 14 26 29 6 Unknown __ _ 1.47.
22 11 14 SO Olbbs R H.80 :'_ _. 7.80 ___ 41.78
:NH of NEW}( ._ .- tie Co. .. :. 1 '
:NH of Lots 1 vv -..;_-----___.--. Y51 14 Olbbs R K __._ 7.SO AII.....____.._____ ___......_____.._+ 928 31 631 Donegan A E_. 84.8 3t-i. AE ft.cord W of 1108.11 KE", of :N1914 run N '
133114 It.
SH of Lot. 1 & 1 and NH of Lot 4 6 If 11 14II 160 McLaughlin. U L 16.16 All W of 1' noad except 8'4 of SE'4 3& U 11 .01. Kllllllmm.e Cat. I" ft. 1'1' In8 It. E 163 ft.8 N II&K.2 It.ft. .K JoJ J .
.. III 14 40 J H.... 4 18 tie .2.7. 81244 'j;
8H of Lot t _?......._.*-?------- Owens Co 480 ft S nl.8 It. E to 29 35 Hamilton, J. A. 0
:NEW of NEW .--".---*-.-.-..-/,---- 28 11 14 40 Owens H ;___ 4 IS 8W" 01 NFY, and HWY, 01 AE'" __h 1 Z& 10 80 Johnson A Fr..: 11.18 N'. to:. All... gale.-tile. elPart beg.----; 111.25
. R 27 11 14 40 Albert., M B.:,_ 4,18>> NF of BF'Y, and W'4 01 BE', and :efl' III 25 H
8WW, Of NW's...._.-.... Lot 3 Dlk I Lockwood J F. .A'
,HWW of 8BW, -i....,.....__.-_.. 32 1'7" 40 Unknown .ii.-. 3!'14 SWy, except N'rio 01 NW'\4 ot 8W'4. ; Lot. 4 Blk. 1-,-;-----?-.a-w-------------. .. : Roberts R _ ...
.
D E U.11fiEY also except Cemetery .... .. .__ -------- -- .- ---pa-------- "":' ,
Raulorson 255 .
II 17 11 30 3 2& 30 John
HH of NWW of 8WW - Johnson test .Lot 8 111k. 1 _-__u-_____.__-. -- -- -. .-- J1'ry., O. 11 .:___ ...

Union, of Oypresa 8EW less Co. timber........lease,:..-.J.RWW .-to- 21 27 It 40 Raulerson. D I' 814 AW44 01 NWY _..___.:___:__.._.______ 3 211 80 40 Donegan E.t. .:-A.,-E:: 1.67: Lot Lot 7 8 blkt Dlk. 1 1 .--.--.-.-:.----.-.---.---- -- -- -- -- JI"an. J 1.A .V'.__;_ -RI.H6
.
: .. .:. l'oUoek,
R'rio ot NESS and ot ---- -- ----- .- -- -
of NEW of NEW __--------- 11 2..1 10 8avaK W H... 1.11Vndl..lded E" NE\4, 01 NE'4 1& 30. JlO Donrgan. A E._ 10.81 Lot 18 Illk -- H HLot .._ ,88
'' ..91 S" of HW" of NE" and W 1-------------------------------- wllhltr
H InIn NWW of NW"' ... 11 19 11 20 Campbell A M. % 01 NEli :
.Ulk. I ._., __ is .. Wllaon' J J __'_ ,..
Undivided H Int. In ,NWW ..01. NWW.. 11 19 11 20 Savage, W H... I." nl NEVI I1W------------------------------ 21110' .0"' Parker A.. .1... 11.17 844'ot' NW44uNK' '( and 91Y ,y of .

BWW of NWW _--, ---.-_.-.-.-.... II 19 11 40 Campbell A M. 649 SE'4 01 ; NW's _. __. _"...._ __.__.. 10 A W__ __ iii.01
l26 tluslus,
Creek 01 n -- 21 ?
SWW of NWW .*-........... 14 29 11 40 Campbell. A .M. S.49to SWli 01. tiE Y, ,--_.--r/ 26 10 7& Donegan A E.1.81 8'rio of NE4.. 01 NW" and HE4f

WH of NWW except R R Rtw and 420 of SEY ot SEW and So,<{ of HEY 01 SEY 4 25 110 60 Johri.ton John NW4a u_____.-. ..-.__.....___._.___ ie 26 19' 611 l1ull..roll'. I' C__ 211.01
ft. .q. In SW ('or, and NH of NH Uhd/v.
of 21NWW 29 11 Unknown _.____ 8.40 Est _____ .___ 11.81 44 InL In all rxrrp8ofH4'ka. IT 26. 2. 2 iiI) Watson.; J J__u 91.00
NWW NWW -.- NE4I 01 _;___.___ ______ _
N40 of ._ SO .100 __ NEK __n. U 25 29 4" \ J. 593
of 8BW 1 10.. 40 Sullivan. W H611 NWY u.n__ __ ___.__._ 1Z& 30 Watson, J 10.21 RIIInl: ;
- All ____________________________ __ _____ '7 26 10 8.0 Watson J .1.___ 1&.&& 314; ot iii\-: 01 NN11/" --... .---____.. __ II 25 29 20 I .-- 1.61
:NBW of SWW ._. 7 10 33 40 Donegan Cattle 544 01 H44 of NR''a ot ___ lI..hr..I..III. -J'- 2'07
.u. Landll recorded In Book 87 210_ 9 2& 80 20 MeL..an, W 0._ ..69 NEit" .h 18. 21' III 10 A
Co. ___n___._ 6,6EDPR 11.1 11.19 cheV 01 NE page D..c. Scor.. nl S\\' ,* ot NE11 run N .
01 lot 2
160 ft. W of SB cor. of SEW of run B 21.211 chee. to lake cor.thence N. 110 )'4.. E 1&8 yd. S 110 W 1&6 .
.
l NWW run N' 297 ft. W 297 ft. 8 297 \.1"1'1) along lake to where Mec' IS ::5 2t 3\1 Schreifrls, J .\_ ...21
ft. K 297 ft __- 15J3eK. 30 U. .. Rowe B F ___. SSS line lake Dec. 11-----------------------
210 ft. B and 160 ft N of SW cor. .nt..l' thence E to hog cor 01 NJo% run E U2 yde. 9 110Yds.
lees lands deeded to 1011'.. M Sullh'.n. __ 10 2& 30 21 Johnston John:
of HEW of NWW run N 97 ft. E 160 E.t. __ ___ 3.99 W 122 )'d". N 110 yds. ____ ._ ._ II .25' It 244 Unknown _Uh 1..t
9t W _____ __.:.___ 0 33 Tlndal Mrs u
160 ft. 11
ft. 8 ft. E"01
u_ Roaa ....___: 209EOS Lot J ______00______.___"____....._____ .11 21.30 63 Jol .Jo:% or NE' 01 SWV and' Noyof '
etton--J_ l.fl3N40 $114144 01 tlJo\-- and beg I\\ cor, .I ,

I3e?. NB cor, of SEW of NBW run XV olNEY, _____________ ___ ___ 19 2& 811 60 00 M_ 8.9 NW li .I $E14 run N 3&01 'da. F: 160.3d. .
397>> yds S 44(1( yds. E 122 yds. N 17Sjd W -- -- ? .. 1:01: 360 )'dll. \V 1I0'yda. .___-_____ JA 25 29 42 1._ .1144
01 01 '_ 2.61
14 NW\4 01 10 flC'hr..r'lII..S
W'4 SE' __._____ U 26 pp\ 1'arlln Jewe)
E 176 Jds. N 148 ds. ____ __ 16 SO S3SO 17 Wes- .
) u Thompson All Sec lying S of'Co. Road a. 14 I now E% 0f 31% ot M% 01 $EVa 01 114W14.: II 21 29 2'% A..kllan.C __ _ I.U
.
___ _
: ley un ?- run. _____________._______________ 30' 2& 30 360 Stroup F A.. ._ 11.0. U"III'. RE cor .I N1V44 01 RE's run N i
SBW of SBW -,_____._-----_, ___.-____ 1NWW / 33 40 McDermott, )Ira All Aec' 81 l'lnl N 01 Co road R. It" ITI yds. W 211) Ids. a 1111 yd4 10: 280 '

0 J H A ...____.11.11 now, runs except land Qwn..d by 'V'm. 'dll.. ___ __ ____ ___ 18 25 2' 10 itet.Orr P. .- T.II

of 8W", __u_______r-------__-- '* 30 S3 40 Rasa. Lilly6.96 I narb"r __.. ____________ ___ 11 25 3(1( 310 Atroup. F A ___ 32.18 B.... 11& se. N of 831 enof NW's 01 J
NWW, of 8BW and HEY of SBW ____ 19 80 S3SO 80 Ordway, W W__ lI.n N% 01 NW'4. 01 aw", 01 SEY, __ _:_ 31 26,, 30" 6 Early. W ,I' __n 1.28 819,. run N 873 ydsS' 162" )'0111. H .
3 KH of NEVI of NEW ___-:.-__,-.----_- 21 11 20 McDermott, Mr*. NWY of SE44 less 10. yds. IIqr. In n NE IIIH 3ds, Jo; 22'4 yd. H 1111 )"d.,. E Ifl I 1

J H A .---.296 .or ____ ___________ __ _.______ 31" 25 30. 39 I'ratt. II V _____ 17.34Reg 3'ds.. _ n.oo+_ _____ ______. ______._ II 26 I. 11 Srltreifrl.I It _. 7.. ..
NWW of NWM --_______-__.------.-_ 22 20 11, 40 McDormott \\Mr. 61& ft S 01 NWcorotAE",4 ot HEV4 n..III' 1111 ) clIO.t and 1811 yde Eot\114cur.; ,

J H A ____u 14.64 run 135 420 N 186 W .I NW14 ot SKIa run M li6 y.I., K:

NWW of NEB _______nnoooo__-"____. 31 11II\ 40 Kaner A ______ 3,Sfl 120 ;t __:__! ____.!_:_______!::__ 82 U 30 I Davie, H 0 hu 1.41 140 ) da. N Ji& )'0111. t1' 140 yde'___"__ II 2. .29 4. Jullnll'''". .'"a M 1144

NH of NWW of NWW _.___________ 318WW 80 11 20\ Hanker A S.1.92 SE'4' 01 SWy, leas E'rio of SE\-\ of AVVu R44 01 H1YSy: or Hl:4a! _. _00... .._____. J8 143 7.9 Lo' $chr4 lt rls. '

N of NEW and WH of SEW __u__ 31 10 11 120 Unknown _. .-- *27 ______ ____ ________ ._______- __.___ 211.28 30 20 l Stratton J 1'1' __ 119. N : . 684
Lot 2 land HI':4y of RF4/ __ __ __ _ _. __ U 25 2' fI' $1'....phen.. I"' 11 I 6.30
:NEW of SEW of SBW ____-___.-.-._ 31 80 11 10/ Well. L _.__ .n_ 1.19 except recorded Book 46 I u u.
NH of E% of lot 3 of NWW _____-___ 181 31 88 Snyder' J A _u_ 1.19 PRII' If, also less land owned by 1'1\\.I. of Nh'a Knd 1Y'y of Sh4, and

WH of 8WW of NEW _________.______ 7 31 33 20 Hunter HA____ 1.91 'at..r" & Carson Oro. Co. __u____. 32 26 311 46 Stratton J S _ 2.93 all of $I- of N.V K of $hingleCrrrk

EH of SEW of NBW _oonoo__.__ 7 31 81 20 Unknown __.___ 1.91 Not, ot NE\-\ n.n_ 8 27 3/1 IHI Keen A M . __ 9.21 . _ _ _ . _<_ __ __ _ IP 25 211 1311 llarrlcr I. 25'31

EH __...__________._____________-____ 17 11 11 318 Southern Colon AIL-- I za 30 5h3 Klsalmtoee' : Cattle (.J'. .r K44 and RV'y U 25 I' 32. WRI'.I.I' G13!\
Ixatlon Co. ___ 4.27 Co. _ 3U 844 .I N"r NFb -r---u _. U 25 29 10 1 1 nnr. J..hll "Ial 368

.AII___\\l\-.-_______.___-_-._-_-.___._-_-__ 31 11 11 640 Schmolke, J ___J 7.19All A11------ 2 28 30 683 Kteelmme.' Cat. NKw .I NI':9u\ _-. -__n__ .. _____ 23 25 2' 411 Jolrnelun J 11 I 40118

____________-.___.___-_--___--_____.. 33KH 11 83 639 Southern1 (Colon : tie Co. _- -- 38.39All K/-.Isrnre lardta.-
Ail 141k, V N or Hood _ ____ _ ,0023- 2f 23:; 2\1 10 1'1..11. 1' .
isation Co. ___ 47.79 ______.___-__________--________,-_.__'- 3 28 30' 684 Klaalmmee: Cattle ". 'it of N11' ', of NWIJo and toW! ,, 01 h 2.41

PK _______......-__--_-_-._.:--__-._--.___ 4 SI 11 S17 Unknown __.n_ 21.97 Un. _ __ 4.7S SW'* ___ __. _______ ._ . .. _. 24 25 ,49' 10 Hnell I \\. 1'I 10191
of SBW ___00___....___-_..______.__.. 6 .13 33 80 Southern Colonisation All E ot canal' ot S'rio of $El4. ___-_..__ 8 28 10 60 Kh.almme.tie Uo. ._ ._ 2.77 K4t 1'1' of ('o. road H except HW" >ul tI-Flla- 24 J\! II 1110 .1..le. K I. _ _ 121111

Co. __ 661 --Cat- \\'% .lIf W'. 01 NE'4 of N.E14 ____ 31) 211 U 10 Hoyt-c JoJ _
WH ot NEY II 33 31 80 Unknown .____ e.n All---------------;____.:._____-_.:-__..__ 9 28 30 640( 1II'Hlmme" Cat- 19% 01 E' o and I'IWIio ..t SK'4: un t.,ss NJo I' > Z.07

WH of NEW o---------------------. T -& 11.11 SO Barham. L L __ 1.91 tie qo. _. ____ 14'.19 '4 01 HI: 44 __. _________ ____ __ 31 2S 2' i6Aloodwln, To' C :'
1.11
BH of BH of SBW of NKW --_____.-- II 11 11 10 Unknown u____ 1.19 All oseppt N1,4 of H\V'4 -.___:..--_____ 10 28 30 661) Kh."lmme" Cat- 1V % or 11'4 iii 01 .\--C I. ny. ___ ____-_-__ U U 2\1. Ifll 1I00dwlll. .F 4' 17 fI

WH of KH of SBW of NBW" ________<-- II 33 33 10 Unknown n____ 1.19 tie. Cu. __.__. 20.11AII. NWo or NW'4 N of A C I. fly. _. 32 U 19 20 Cupprtl 111 I7. _
K of and of _ ._. ..... .. 11 28 10 8.0 li"Mlmm"e Cat. Un 2.11
S Hof NBW NEW WH SEW\ ----- - --- ..; ,;p,"'br--err Park ...r...._
of NEIL lea WH of NEW of NEW of tie Co. _u__ ..3.1.AII A Huh-Ltly 01 parts. 01 S..e. 32 and 33

NEW -______.*+..._.-..:_..___%..-.--.. 5BH 32 33S3 SB Unknown __. 1.99 __._-._._--?._---_.-x.r......:....r.--_,, 12 28 30 stO Kteslmmee Cattl0 o.t Tn. 21 Rc. 2\1 and parts 01 S"c.. '
: and SWW _._._______.______._ _. 7 S3S3 480 Southern Colon I Co __ _. 43.78AII '
4 and I 6; ot Tit 28till'. 29__ ____ _._ __ 2& 2.
F 320LatlonSouthern Co _. 3603 ---______._.-..:-.......:.:._:...o!:......._..._........ 13' 28 10 640 KI..lmm" Cat-. I.'racll. 1-1.{, of HIVlt ot NEl4 "and ,
N' ._._ ..__ __.:.__..__ ;__ ._ I S3 Colon t tie Co _____ 43.16AII NWN,
-- -- --- -- 01 1':1104 _______________ ____
____ II
: 26 U 110
Lerue
41 ---- 11' J ___ 1214ot /
isation Co. .14.37 __.__-______. _.___._______.._______ J4 30 640 Kleslmmee Cat- l. 8 end AW'4 nl SW' 01
15II 33 33 639 Southern Colon : : tie Co. _..._ 43.11 N1Yy, __ II Z5 19 1& 1YIIk/n.on./ .. S J 1,09
-- n"l 16 ft. IS and 284 tt. nl
K NW
Intern Co. -- 47.79 Alloo___________________-_-_____,______ U 28 30 840 Klsslmmoe Cattle 01 lot U run A 645 ft. E Ilf tl.cor N
18.76
-------------: 33 S3S3 640 Southern Colon Cu. 6411 It. W 132 ft. ___ __ .
__ ___
18. 28 30 1140 KIII..lmm..e Ct. n 31 2& U 2 Roud. .... A J J...
___ _
01SO isation Co. 47.79 All------------------- ____ __
-- --- Lot 2T _______
____
____ 144
.____ as 18 10
31'4 17 S3S3 80 Southern Colon tie Co. __ ____ 43.76 --------- a Orlmes. 'V It _ 2,414
H -------------------------- $44 lot 111 _.__ ____ _
All E Canal ,_ ________ _ It 28 80140 Kl Cat u.oo.n____ II JA<< 29 II tut". CV _ 1.41
Isatlon '
Co. _:_ 6.63 of .. __ _______ e
.lmc' Lot 37 _ __ _
:; _ ____ .
.r id SEW .:. 1R 33 310 Southern Colon : _-_-:. U:97 ________ I II 211 10 Nelson A A _ 2.41
------------ ------- WIj of and
NW\-\ of
isation Co. 24.27 All E of River----------------------- JII 28 30 20 Klaalmmee 8W74 BWVa, less
lie Co, _.t_ 1.0. 4/6 ft. .gr. In ItJo cur of 14W44" 01
20 32 33
V f 120 Southern
Ye and SWW > SWW ----- Colon RW'4 ___.. _.___________ ____ //I 18 29! y11
.. ---- -- In Oondwln II' C1
All \
30 620 KI".lmm. Cat- --
E of 20 28
isation Co. 9.57 Canal :____....._.__________ 481 ft. In
21 S3 S3 640 Southern tie Cu ______ 41.78 I sqr SJo "or. 01 14V144 oll'lW"' % 5 II 211 II Hylv..t"I'.1\lr. 51 1.21
R ,... ..........- -.. .... Colon Undly Int. In
tINr1 isation Co. % NWV 01. $WI4 ____._ II 21 I' 10 (tloodwln II' C. 'I."
.. f
47ti7 All----------------------------------. 21 28 30 1141) KI..lmmee Cattie' 1944 ofE'4: __
___ .__
URE ,, ,,,,,,, 22fmit'trm 32 S3 639 Southern Colonization n 6 ZI z. 10 ((1oodwln F CkIU.U
.... ,, ... .. Co. ".. .1.71 Vndlv. % tnh In W'rio of NE' and SE
t a Co. __ 4LT 9 a ""' 60 Cat.w "
.
pli 22 28 30 KI".lmmee % .....-.------ __.._u_ ._ II "6 21 J20 Oood
21 SD Southern 'ln. C__ 1045
Vk 'ttyitn t 3ii.Hmar. Colony"v '+ ./ tie.. Co..3.7'. J
isatlon Co. 2 Undlvl'.I.3 In NESt 01 15'44 II 21 !9' 11' O'H..rr. .1r 1.111 '
Alert 29 28 30 840 Ki""lmmee Cat --
a tK of 23 (3 331 210' Southern t Colon tleeCo. 41.1' ; tol NW'4" I U I' 80 Hlalr 1I :, _",\,_ ".71

r'o r'o'l ll' N 1'a'W' +''Ixatlon Co.i 1/.a 9 AI! 228 30 840 Klsslmmne 'al IoW"'JOl'N\\: >' 7 t8 211 40 .1ud.onf/'N al 8.11

+ u iiJiimsi'tiri: ? CD Q CD 80 J SoulhernlL'olon I floe Co U. All WlofoCre..k, II 18 19 .1) Bron.o", W'I.- a.54 J'J'S
lnnb i Isatlon Co. 6.14 6 If III 1&0 Copl.y..MJ, .. ,16
f Alt 26 28 30 841) Klaslmmee' Cat All of F. y .,.. ,:
except BW'4 and
$ V. HWI, 11 17 2. IAD .
i1 33 ES 160 ,Unknown'asl 1261 tI... Co. 41.78 Jov.r.-Iad.Cy", 820 .

( and SWW and KH of All_.-___.._..______ ..... .........? 148 211 30 640. Klllllimmoe Cat- All fractional a 31 21 pr.... Co' ____ .17
10 33 11 120 Southern Colon 29 )89 1C11I.lmm... Cat.
}-- -- -----?--- ,-?- tie Co. _____ .3.78 .

Isatlon Co. 24.57. __..______ .__. __._ _:: 21 28>I 30 640 Kb.hnmee Cat. 'All fractional .__ lie co ___._.. 1I.n
---------- __ ____ ___._ _____
_...._........._.:_..__...___..__ 30 32 33 1.0 Roberaon A H_ 11.11 tie Co ____ 48,16 .n 1 U 19 241 KI".lmmee Cat.

._.._........_________...... .. .0 31 33 110 u. Co. .__ .
\ Unknown _.__ 1.11 AII______ __ __ ..__._ . __ 28 28 30 540 Kh..lmm..e Cat- h ....
-- - ---- All tractional __ _________ __
,_.__..__.._........._....._...:.._ .1 31 22f7 Southern Colon - tie 00. __ 41.11 -- -- --- ___ J' II 19 484 Klaalmmee. Cat

.---, !Isatlon Co. ___47.7Mundxtue 9 AII__________.I __.-_______._____--__.._- 2& 28 10 841) Kh..tlmmee n Cat- NF4 ot NE'4 tho Co. _____ STII
II 33 II 1.0 Southern Colon -- 1 2& 18 .0 Wat.on, J J. 3.68
'----- ------------- tlo Co. u ___ 41.78 N% of N\I, and H'rio of H--------- n

.fO. to Ie. 815 II 32 II isation Co. ___ 1161 E'rio of NE'4 and SWI j ot. NEY, and Rtw .--- --____ ___--_ -___- ____ .__ 2 III XII 240 J __
M.wtic1"491 .."O..h acre. ._---._-_ 11II Paulson P _Coo 4.11 N EYe of NW'4 and W\I, of NW31\ 28 30 241 ..... .. Watson .1 __ 20.11
Muter lead (
CO. U i f ... _.__. 8. 3f 13 1.0 SchaafMcCormLand 9.b DIvl.lsa At 944.f
11f0. .fl... -- -- --- - tieKleslmmoeCat Co. ____,_ n.n
NW J\a.
709.901 1 tns.nan. .Co. ____ 11.61 SEK of NWY and S" ___. .._._... 31 2S ao leI I..' % .ad_ % f IIW% __n I 2528 I
.1 Lots 411 and 41 ___
,.,ti. 9.1 0__.-.-.-_._..._.-__---_ II 33 al 80 Southern Colon KIN IBt rca C.... ::14.94 -a-t ._ 3 U II 10 Unknown ._ .__ 1.1.
loOt. 47 It Inc .
I to ____ _.
Nu. _.__ _
a isation Co. ... ..13 AII__ .__._ __ _.___________ ___ 32 2. 30 .40 Klaalmmee Cat. Lot. &I and 51 -n 3 III 28 20 Unknown _' _'n '2.01
-- _
-- -- ; ______ _
..__..... I I. II 4. ----- 3 III
.. Storey, R L .-__ 1 81 i -. tie Co. __.___ 43.18 Iota 7' 11 Inc 18 10 Unknown ___._. 1.21
13 01 SW
.--_--.-?._?-.-?..__ I 11 12 40 Tracey. J W .. 8.16 tie Co. ___ 43.78 JoJ" % % of BE'4 ------_--- I III II 111 Lanklord, R A '.&1
(\ .. .. ... .... .... 11 37 II .0 DoneKan RDonecan __ 4 48 On N\I 01 SE'" ..------.-- .._.--__ 211 280 .
Bradley F. ..
-- ----- --- '1I------- .. -. .. .. If 2S 20 I14It Klaalmmee Cat- EI 00 ..
a
--- ---- ----- ----- ---- E'4 01 NW" 01 NW", of-BW74 _.__ I
__
\\c ,\ II ao II 140 A E._ 4 4VO1SO : I 1& 21 II Unknown _
0 \J 47.49 .
P --------- ----- -- tie Co, .1.71 __ ./1
-
95..2. lead 4:.. s... .
.
DIvt.1e .,
t\\ ...-...---.--.--..----? 7 .0 II 630 DoneKan. A E.. 47.49 AIl_.__-__.. .___.____________.. _..:. II 28 30 841t Klulmm Cat. .,
-- 1145. NW" _.____ __ ___
__
.---.....---..-..-..--....-- I .0 II DoneKan, A B._ ..11 tie Co. ____ .43.71 --- -- ? 9 15 28

_ _..__............._...._......._. J.' 10 II I. Unknown ...... 141 AII__-____._ _.__._ ____._ ____ ... a. 21 10 .40 KI.slmm..a Cat.00 I.ot. II to 8. Inc. ..--..--____________ g 1& 21 20 Munll''l' Land
- -
__ -__......__....._..___....._ 111 10 13 114 Unknown ..u_. 13 61II --- tie Co ______ 43.7' Co. __ __._ 1.31
__ ...__._..._... /s .0 .1 I" W NFY, and HW" ol.SEY, and e4\ of It\l 10 U 28 d h
oO Ordwuyway. W.. 11 All fractional .__ _____ .._._... .__ 1 29 30' .10 Klaelmmoe Cat- 01 380 1Vat.on J.___ 44.11
WI.- .- - NW,4 SW'4 ..._ ___
..___ 330 II 30 Unknown .... 1.91 tie Co. ______ 38.31 ------ fro. '10 1& 211 40 Unknown ___ 3.1I
00
110.1\ (lURL HIIW. of NW'4 ..__ 17 .0 81 '10 arlnrlea, W ___ 611 All fractional -_-..-__._.._._........_....__. 2 21 30 J 70 KI..lmmee Cat. 8'rio l.ot 1 of and Lot 8"4 I -of SWu. __._R___R__Rte.___. 11 Ii 28 88 Watson J .1____ /A2 ,
"nl' .. ,----:od-W -ofO" 17 10 18 40 ;Roc, L M ...... S19Unknown tie Co. _._....__ 11.11 -- ---- -- SI 1& 21 Klrkpatrl..k

\\10.1(1 un'- NIDW. % All fractional -..--_::._,_,_.___._.._._ I 29' 30 3f1 KI..lmmae Cat- 13... 7.14 eh.. E of HW cor of HW'4 :fra. J II -- ... I.TI
1 .. .... 11 30 II 40
}\ E 1-.-- -.- .- -- ...__- S.69 tie Co. __ 21.11

\ \) \) \ \, .--..?----.---,-- 28 10 33 .0 Unknown -.__... S.39Unknown AII..._..__.\......_._____....._.___.__ 2. 10 140 KI..lmmee Cat..u 6 run d10cbs. WSoh..N10chi.. E:
t -.-----------..-- 1 .1 I' .0 _.__... ..1' tie Co. ______ n.nAII. e.8W"fiiw !t 1
less U ::

\ \O) \1141 \ ..... ",, orw. ___ .--__..-._ J .1 II 10 Unknown ..._.._. 1.19 ..__..__...._.._................._I..___..._ & 21 ao 840 KI..lmmea Cat. W E%% 01 SWy 01 SW'4% __N_,".__ft.:_:_ 39 20 Keen,OjIlE-:: :: ZU
I f'" --.....-..--..-- 11 .1 .1 10 Kunsmann ML 1.93Southern , tie Co lIS..' ? ? 11 III U 10 Rutteroff P C._ U.1I8
... ' . .. .. f II i 124 du W'rio of Lot I less S 111 It. ---____-..____ 11 III II 17
l' ti., ,I.."1,1 :\ -.- - -- -- # Colon.Isatlon All except SE"% of 8E7 4 --_..-______ 21 10 100 KIII.lmmee Cat. 140 yd.. .q. In NE cor. of Lot __ prlnts Mr. M. _. ..8'

'.' Co. .. IS.ItAU tie Co. ______ 7'.01 D... "I It. Sand 13' ft. W 01 NE -1-COl'. 13 211 18 a Unknown _____:: ...
3 and 01
"h, l EI4 AU except: S'rio of lot J ___ .______. 7 U 30 U' KI..lm..ee Cat- t
,\' 01 Lot 1 run 8 .74 It. W n. ft. N
._ _. _._. .._ 11 II II 110 Southern Colon -
-- tie Co. ______ 14.311 \
114 ft. E 371 It. .
______
Isatlon Co. __ 24.67 late 1. 2 3. and N'4 of lot. _..____u_ 21 30 140 ICIImmu Cat. BeR. 100 It. N of SW--cor--- of- -Lot--- 1 II_ II U I Woodall a Boo. .'.14 t''
.. ____..__ JI II II 10 Southern Colon run
?--.-- tie Co. ______ 11.18
1'1' 621 ft. Ii .10 It. S & II.
i I, Ixatlon Co. __ 661 All fractional -.______..____.._:::_...._ 9 29 130 U'7 Klaalmmee I.. All Lot I W 01 Mid. 433. W 110 land(t. 11 II II HI Anderson II W H.tS I
_..._-..___-.?. 11 .2 .1 I. Unknown ______ 611It.Sl land N 8 Co. _14.n .Ct'pt .

____ ___.....__._....____ 1fl 33 1.0 Southern Colon- Lots J. I. I. I and E% of NW\-\ _- 10 21 10' U' Watts. H F ____ 11." .owned SE COl'by Robt.of Lot Bass deeded:Est---to Ed. and___ 18 25 28 2 Anderson 11 W I.J' I

laatlno Co. .. Lot.6 and W'o' 01 NW'\4 I ________.. 10 II .0 110 KI..lmme. Ia. II Wilson run H.W..t..rl lit or
ellt _. ____ II II II on
-- 483144 140 Southern Colon- land N 8 Co.._ H.1I0 .
1I..taI. way 1011 tt. W 110 ft S 105 I
ft. E
I litO to. Ixatlon Co. __ 11." Lot 1 ____u_____.________..--..-....-. Jl f80. I. XI..lmm.. Cat. R R .. __ _to_ .
M.eetsd.e/U ittSONN1I------------------\ 14 U I. 1.0 Southern Colon tie Co. _,_____ 2./f Bec. 4IW -cor.of--NW"-- -, HofN57 run E II 2. I. % Unknown _n___ 2.1' I

RI9 Co. -- 12(1 FractL HWY of HW'4 ____.____ 14 3140 U KI..I..me. Cat. I
.tnp9 Nall : .. 1it11aaefU/t. .rn Colon :' .a. 1.78 7% eh. N0 ch. W 1'rio ch. II 10 ell.. 11 U U 7% Thompson 1 W .U
SWY of NE' and
,..I...... fll \ __ Ixatlon Co. .. 24.17 All fractional _..____________....__..__..... 11 II au Kle.lmmes Cat. 1944 ot SW'4" ot NW44 8E'/ and 01' SE'W-'rio"/ and of .
._- __ _._.__ 10 I. II .20 Southern Colon- tie Co. _____.. 1.78Undl. .
liatlon Co. .. 24.17 .. 'Int. NW', and -SW".h____.____ II 2& U 340 Wat.on. J J____
.
44 In HEY and 28.U I
NW'4 of W'rio of SWli or BE" _____________
----___-..m_ 11 II 31 .136 Southern Colon- $3114 and 844 of NWI4 and N'rio of Bell' 6Yds.. W ot BE cor.--- 01 Lot run 11 211 U .20 Unknown ______ 2.01

.e 01 SW"% _n_____ 21 II II 160 Southern Colon. 47.79 SW"S4 -.-----.--...___..._.._,_.____ 1 211 2. 180 Andrews. J E N.We.terl" 130 )'41.. W 447 .dll.. S

tru.tee __-__. 30,1/ 230 3-dc. E 491 yd- __.______
I xatlnoRelnfield Co. .. 1151 Un4lv. ------- II U U 10 MInx JI' E ____
1nt
44 In HE'A and HW ot 1.11
s.fe 11 II II E% of $19'4, and NW"' 01 HE" __ __ 14 211 U no .
--------------------- --- 110 R C_ mi $ 00 Watson J J__ __
E14 and of 10.1G
S'rio NWV and N'4 of
NE' __
8W44 01 % __ ___ ___ II
exetBBwsndBHof8wwrdNH $WI4 ______ ________-_ __ iru180 211 II 40 Bees. W C _ 1.611
__ _
_
!
of NH of NWW and SH of NEWBH 14 S3 33 289 Southern Colonization u 1 Watson 3 J ___ 80.11 311{, of EK and N WVa b NE'i and 'Vot 00

Martha Boyce'. 8ub.DIY.. 01 BEVe.___ I U 29 44 HF4 -- _--_________________ II U II 110
Co. -- 31.63 E I scree of Lot 111 __________________ 2 3& Z9 3 Brl.tot C I ____ 1.21 'fEVof\ NW'4 and AW"% 01 NW44 and n. Watson, 1 J____ ZI.n
of NEW _____.____...__-_____-_.__ 14 83 32 89 Unknown 633 Un4lv. Int. In
----- F'rio 01 NE\-\ and SW Wof RW'4 and HE'4 01 HW"% ____ U III
NEW of NWW and SH of NWW and U 100 Watson J J16.9.

KH ________-_.______-f fNWW __-___-._-____ 15 33 S244S3 ( Southern Colon \44- of Nand: \ N'rio of SE'4' and E'rioot N'4 of NW44 ot NW% ----. _________ 15 2S 28 20 Hass, W C ___ !
Q NWI4 ---------------r-------- I U 19 14(1( Watson 3 J-___ !I.U WI4 01 N1914 _____ ______ __. III III II fO 207 1"" '

of NWWv, ----------________._- 16 83 40( ROKera la.uea.a, J P ..:: 1:19 9 NWY, of \,- ____..______ ....._.._... b 311 2. 40 Donegan A EH'rio HE', 01 HW", of RE'4 and hell'. NVeoI' RollII', It J ____ 10.61,

:KH of SBWSWW ____________________._ 18 .. 01 Lot I run 8 10 che E 10 ch.
33 33
SO IH:
Unknown ___._. Unknown:
n 4 II
01 ___ ;
SWy _____ ::::=
E of Rlv.rn.. ____?__.__.__ a U U 80 N 10 ch.. W 10 ch. _________ ___ n 25 II
--------------- 81 33 31 160( Southern Colon FJ l 01 __ __ nn 2C1 IIa.e, Mrs Suof
fS4 n.._________________ 11 U 19 10 Watson 3 J.___ 18.19 -

} All NWU In Osceola Co. _____-..__--- II 11 It SO Unknown isation Co......_. 11(1 3:14 Undly.01 NW Vi Ins and In 8W74 W'rio of 01 17',4 and E'rio E SEY and BWIt q f NW" and aannah -"--- 4.58
and
__ __ __ .._ ___.__. NW'4' S'rio NW% 01 8W'4 ___ t26 II 180
--
SWW II 11 II 1611 -- -- -
? -- 1..SEW 1. .u Melaenhelmer C 13.31 01 Watson J Jh'_
stVK ..__ _
__ ______ ...__.._ 5 15 2. 12149
3 J. __ 30.11 W 81'a
Watson and
-- ,190 % or W'4 and 01 8W"
________.._..___..___.___...._____ 332 12 160IS Southern Colon Undl. 'rio Int------- ,
% of E14 and Eyt AWY 01 SfJ 4 less It It Rtw. _______ If 211 II 114
isation Co. -_ ltd ot HW", and 8W'4 of HWY, and H'rio of SW' of NWY, 01 HW% .__. Watson J .Jh_ n.n
19
W 8 Aly_ Sub-Dlv. of NWWr.ot __ 11 25 II u. U II II Johnston
8\1, of 8W" ___ 525 2. ... John
._____ _. __ 110 Andr. 3 Etru.t.
_.. ...____.._...: ...__ -- ? .
; __ __ __ S Trlplett 8 J .. 1.11 Esl ____. 1.&'
NWCor, ofNW'4 .. _-___. 10.' 544 and eW44 ---.- .- _____ __ __ II III 18
of -- -
J3e. NWW run t 16 11 St. Cloud D..;. McCoy Land Co' 66b.Diy ot part',!._, 6 25 II Lot I .. -. -_-_ 610Vatson. oJ .J._., .0.118
..
.' B 979 ft. E 400 ft. N' 97* ft. W 100 ft.. Co. .____..... S89 Lots I to Ina ..__ -- ----- ---------- ---- -- -_ III I. II Wln.tanley .Jf 4..
____.._".._____, II II I' 70 McCoy Land Co 11.77 Lands record..d In Book 30 pages/ II 211
;NWW of SEW" 1----------------: 21 II II) Scarr, F O..__. 19.86-: Lot. 11. 13.. 11, 11. 19. f0------------- III I' .0 McCoy Land Co. JO.111 Lot 1 H ot A C.L -: 18. 10 Wln.tanley: J M 11:18:
Rr. __
._ _...______ 1 III 18
I'. A1I.____.._____..._?_ --?------.--..-- 1 I. .1 141 Bruna. C W '___ .71.01 Lots 11 to III lea _.______...._.____ I II n )00 MeCo Land Ca 1'.13 NEi4 ,..c.pt E'rio 01 .E% of NW'4 of 'rio Wartn.. M E -. ,86 V

!All lractlonal .____---------.-----....- 10 I. II 19. Bruna, C W .... .SO Lot. as to .11 Ina .._____.._..____.____ I III II 10 ,McCoy Land Ca .10.11 .. 1
..,____ Z
,("AII fl'actlonal. .__.:___..__..._____.__ II f/ 11 f t run.. 0 W _... 7.t0 Lots n to U Ins and lot It ___..____ t II ft It McCoy Land Co 11.11 31'N51ofYe 3141 of NWS1ofNSx\ U''I. no Oam1lhult' 0 0 --.x 13.38

'AII-----______.___________-..__-_--_ JI I' II .71t Brun. C W ,... 71.Ol Lot. 11. I'. 17, I3 ________ _.__,_ .I .11 i61 Andr...... 3 II ew'a ot NW44 -.. .....___...__ ,.___..___._::__ I I "U.II 1 11 10 L -- I'll '
-y -
,,; .,.AlI-_-____-______._______-_?..__ 11 f1 11 'lIt Brand C W .... 9/.t! -. trustee '7.1. .0 Williams. -'i'irii, j

N ... .AlPfra tlonal ._.._.._.__...__._......__ J. 16 $1f1 Rruns C W .... 47.44 E'{ of E\6 .__________._.._____.._. 7' 'fb I' J'O -_>._a on..f J..aIJ 1 9P.el.t '11:
!'All'fraotloneJ ..-______..___._______ 111 lal 53 Br...... C W .... '.1414 AI1..________.._.___.--__..___._________ I .1 I' 640 Wataon. 3 ..1..10.3. Pare eC '_.. ,___ ,____..__.....__.__ I I' .1

r "A1-___..- .-of -of-..--..----- J' 111 It 141 Brun., O W .... '7.if S{ 01 HE" 01 8E'"( of IIWW :__..___ f II II II Campbell C H._ 1.114 Lot -....-...+-:: .-_::"_,_.___.__...__ I JG 'I

1 An ...,.pt Ec. NWy NWi4 _.. 17 18 U .n Bran. O W _. (1.11 8+A 01 BEY, ot eW4( _____-___-__-__- I III 21 IG Ordf-&, A __,-__ '.U Lot 10..----.----.....--- __..... I 14 814 RedeULek P -- fall
--
'Dev.'e' 10 ,
n ffy+ ... .NW".tN'JJIr.% -.....-.-..-..-- 17 f{ n .. .*.j. Cloud H% ot NW84' .aftl4,8W" 01 NWI4 and )McDonongb

.. Co. __ I..r .1/ E4 ot BEtA lying II 01 A C L Ry and Lots 33 U. .0, U. U. U, .. and It to 0 M --.----- t.18
NVy" /. NW'li ._._____.___._...____ .1 II Dolt.gti4J 114:.. 4.1S 1.
J4 NW" etINEl1 ltleg !V' .e Co. rd-J, 1. f7s! UI Watson.'J J.__ 11.11 .0 IDO. ,---..a' .__,____ _,. 9
- . f1414
--- ---
aw .0' Na -__..___-: _.____-___ 10 It 49 Baaa Homer .. I.I/ .......,.I".ot.--" ., 170 Wlillama Ida ,

1'y' . .4BW .4f'NAt ..---r.rr_._.________ I SI It 10 DonVran! ,JR.. ..... t 'BIoeIf-1i: _____..____.___-.._ __ __' __ 'I Moorb 0 W..___ '1.11 Lot. 't a.4 I. ...---------. .__ I .. I' BteauD --,-_... 1.1"'

-' / -.._._.___.______ SI St 14 DosieiraavJ a.. I.t.. Ibe Sleek. H __.___.____ ,...____ 'f Hmn.r.' RL.__ ...1 Lot .1 -.. -..--------_.._..-,-.---_---._-__ I I' II 10 .'" AI. tl7 -."\
,_.. 1.11 'I; 3: Ir... .u1t..DI". oF i5 ii is ? 5 I' UDJr._" ,.__ 1:1.:
_,...
.. ikfteSnT'w 04 part ___ HIQ'iof" NIDW. -.-.--..--._.__._... I I II .
141 'suede ; : .:..-.___.__.___ 2i 9'f it 1 6e J B It sad L a___._...._....____.___ II II .t I' Hoffman,' 'A' :1._ '.11 .Wo. of l'aw! -----.----..----_..____._:; 'I }1 f1 /0 Barae.' David .114

J' t,6J91i, Mi8144,1..,..__-.-- II Jf II,, .Drawdy.'J: T ,. 4,14 Lot; P ____________.__:._____._..-__ 1. U, a. f H1gt4Jokt: _.. 1j.t 1 Lot ', ...--------.....______..__._ 11 f 2141 141' Burn J-.tteo. Dared H' ?: 18:11.: ,!
/ f et ....
r *
; : tI .I1 -1/ fl :

r ..f '
1 Ij V '

.

tiM O toi .'... , ',",,oj.. ,. p .
.. ,
tae tfM.r T rlYxY ,N! u 1 k + ;t } q ':, "t"1, " \ "
,1i F
ti t., ?.1'4 ''! % ,v 1 ; k4'+ '4i"e /k' r i ,tc'c'v '



-
v ,1 =, r-


\

'sea;1 V; I IS



v

S THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY,, MAY 3, 1918 .- ELEVEN




.
'N .. . i I .


DESCRIPTION OF LAND i o :a A w i OWNER a; .5l.7l .. DESCRIPTION OF" LAND 2. ::A.1 it//1'OW a'II..U qNo EE.+ ,; DESCRIPTION. 0'LANQ. -g a a .i oWNEa'i sf. +,


:;: 9 a :: aw t 0 I : e . o Cy SFtr. '

- J f. 'Ii! :< Zvi .. G' I .a. f. I boa-


,,Hi of RW' \ ___ : ...__ .88 Lots S and T Block 110 .----l-t-------------- Ueo .81 I hat I Block 4 -------d-- n- __ 10 Unknown "_ LIP
% ___:_ 0
A M -
---- -- -- __ II IS SO Burn., l.onrneck..r. Lot I Block! 4 ..._ __. '
"'*\H, 'of NW \4\ ___ ___________ -_-__ Pat ._ 40 88 Lot 1 Block: 111 --....;.-.-A........ ... .. ... .. ____ .IE |rl --.- .. -- _. __ 10 McCowan C B__ 1.1
---- S4 II IS 80 Johnston -r- I Lot 9 Block I ._ ._, ..
___ __._ ____.. ___ 1,51
NW,. 01 NE\4\ and BE., 01 B _ ...94 Lot 1 Block 11 ... ._ .. __ Ooodwln, J P -- .IS -- -?- -. "" ? 10 Unknown. .
BW'1\ ,16 17 80 Clark. H : I Lot II Block I __ --_- .___ _. .. __
4 Block LonKnecker O o ..4B.ot - -- _. __' 1. 1 M
N\Y.' % 0' NE'%" _nun.nn______ 5'Ii 17 40 McOaffey., O Wk S 18 ..t* S; I and 6 B----------------------------- Oep. 1.01 I Lot II Block 5 _._-_ _.__.____.:. ____ __ -__ 11 Holman.. O____- 11.1..
I'IE' __ .
% of NE\4\ __ __ w_ S 48 .
e",." of of ? _811'y--_ 1 16 17 40 McOaffey O Lot E Block 111 ___._______________?_ .., .. .. __ .LonlneJ.r T., .Ie I Lot' 14 BIOck 6 Wells. Mr. E E I'T
EV4 NEW\ of 10 SB 17 10 TubealnR: W H *J$ I acres 0' U Bloc------------------------------. ,. _ :: :: _..sa1,60 ,
Lots 1 and I Block 111 ; T I I Lt - I Unknown )
f WW\ of 8WW ----___n__-- nn______ 19 II 40 Unknown u_... 1.46f ------a------------ 0.a"8. I -- I .1 Block _____ __.__ .
LNKW\ of ___ ;2T; .t 4 Block 111 .---___.________*,___,.. .. .. ._ A .68 Lot -- ---- 1. 1I..r. ,R I ?I. 1,11
HEW\ 10 II 40 North. KB---, I 1. II and II
oc7--------------------- .
nnn.--h .
.ot 1.'Block 117 ..._.__ ,' _. .. LonKnecker. Oeo. .16 --r
- --- .- --
fNMW, \ of NE'otNWand\ \ AW\ ofNE.,. i jot t Block 128'------------------------------ Unknown __ ..15Lot I IHi Lot 16 Block Uh.o :: ,_._ I Duling. D A.__.
-u 1.11
,0' 8 iV\% ____nn--___ ItIS IB 17' SO Belden.. H I. 1.1S . . ]Lot, 7 Block 9 _. __ ._
.r 7 Block 111 -_ ....___ . -to.to- .. .. .. Tecknow A .._ .16 ---------.4------------- "_ 10 Irwin. D .
2219 of 8BW of 8WW\ ___--T..i..to... 11 ITIE SO BuMm.7r-. Mr. Lot B Block ISO __-___.! ..,..___.__--.J .. -. ,.-. -. OaiaKe, M T__:_ .16 1 Lot I Block 9. ---------.--__.._-.. ___ __ __ 10 Irwin. a 0 .: .._ .II' W
JNH\( _-----_ 1.17 Lot I Block 110 _...__................. .. .. .- ..' Tecknow A --- .18 I Lot JO Block 10 ______..... -. .__. __ __ "__ 10 Unknown _-..._- S.11
of NWW of SEW\ and SEW\ of NW I Lot I Block 11 __.__ __.____..__ __
Lot S, 8 and 10 Block 131 _......___ .. .. .. T.know. A 1.01 0 ._ __ 10 Unknown
*f'14 __"" --------h.i.VassVnelWMyl- :..;".* .1 IT 10 Bergert 8 .L -.- E.80 Lot S Block 114 .........-*...___...... _-. .. .. Hugo, Oeo. __00._ .61.I Lot I Block 11 u. __.__._.-_..._. :: _. __ 10 J L2.43. '
.. Lot 4 Block 111 :__...--.-,_.__....... ... .. .. _. Tecknow. A __. E' Lot 4 Block 11-._..______------4 _. __ __ I .Crawtord N.. 1.47 '
; Mary H lII.r... Mub-DlTlslvn Let 4 1 26 II ___ ... Lot I Block 11 __ _. _ _ 1.81
Lot 9 Block 111 : J .. Ooodwln J P.. .11 - I Unknown _
?
. '
V"K. NW cor. of Lot. 4 run 8 141 ,t. K: Lot 7 Block 140 ... ........?.--.__.-. .. .. .. Tecknow. A ._. ..41Lot II Block II. _.__...: .. _-.____ _- __ _. 10 Farnlnt. C B ._ '.41 ,
.
1181 ft.N 149 ft. W Ittl fl. .. *.0:... 1 II 18 20 Collln. 1 El!I ..a4.791 .! ' Lot I 14 ..i.-------------------------
1S I T Block 141 ..,. .....,......- u- -- .. -: Ooodwln. J P .. .66 Block 10 n..lor. K .._. 1.41.
Lot B Block 141 ..... ............"...... .. .. '- .. HUKO. Oeo. ..... .S6 Lot 4 Lot Block 14 -..?-.. -_ .._ II '. .ie
Wary R Menu's s.MDIvW.. .el Let 1 1 14SI 18 Lot Hlockl4 __. ... ___. Mackey.------
J Lot S Block 141 .. .., .. .. Oeo. .61 11 --- -. ._ ". 10 2.44
-- -- ----- -- --- J.ngn..k.r. .
Lot A Block 9 __.,.-.-____?...._.-_ 1 18 1 Xlrkpatrlck,' Lot 10 141 ._______j___. '.. ... .., .. Tecknow A '_'__ ,61Lot. Lot Block 1. ___?...-_.. _.--.u__ .__'. _.. 11 Marlowa, I J2.69
Mr. J E ,..,- 1-71 1 Bloc 144 .----Z---.... __._.._ .._._ . .. '.. Unknown ..._.. ..61Lot Lot I Block I' _.. _...?_....._.._ .. 10 Bandy R 3.11
r Let A Block 7 __ ______ _____..-..... 1 18 18 1 Unknown ...... ..81 -. > Lot 9 Block II . ... ___.. ..__' .. W..
.
-- -- I Block 141 ...................... .. __ ... -i LonKnecker. leo .61 --- - -. __ ... _. 10 Unknown .a.. .. .
f. 11/% of 8EW of NEW of Blk. 4 ...... 1 16 18 ..' Dunwoody R F ..81.to Lot B Block 146 __.___._. ..._...... .. .. .. ... Ooodwln, J P. .1 N'" Lot I Block 17--------. . _? _. .1 Unknown _._... 1..4
W\4\ of 8WW of Blk 4 ____.?,.....-.- 1 16II 18 .. Dunwoody C B .81 Lot 8 Block 145 ..._:.__......_____i__ _.. -. HUKO. Oeo ..... ., N% Lot I Block 1 _._-_-._ ._-- ..__. _: .... Unknown ....__ .
)IE,. of NWW of Blk.. 4.............- 'I ,1Jiambridge., ca..SI Lot I Block 147 .... ............. .: .. .. *.w. Tecknow..' Ar .1 L4kt I' Block 1 --_.------___.___. __ _- .. Kw.IL J 0 ..__ 1.10
ft...,..... Lot I Block 151 -.;__.._.__-__-_, .. ... .- '.. HUKO Oeo. :.. ,. Lot 6 and 'E. Lot Bloc1--- _+,-:_ _. II Unknown _. _' 1.1
Lota 1, 1 and 1. Block 1 .. .. Pli.ton, H, B.t. 101 Lot 1 Block 164U..I........___ __ .. __. .. .. Ooodwln. J P ..61l.ot Lot 5 Block _-?.__.. .. _.?_. : r __ Truxell. C A9.76
-- -
> Lot. i. I." 8. 4, -t 1 and,, 8 Blo------------------k2 ....-. I, .. .. ..' Dlaiton, H. K.t. 1.IIAJI t Block 158 ......___...... __.-.__. '.. .- .. .. HUKO. Oeo., ...... ..854 Lot 10 Block 14 _______......__,.____..._, ,_, .. _. 10 Hough L R __, 1.63 F
: Block. 1 to 7 Inc.! Denton, H, Est 1111 Hot Block 168 _..---...-.....--L--_. .. .. .. .*-' C .._-* .69 Lot 1 Block 14 .___... -. .__-__--w _. _. 10 Hourh. W 0.._ 3.69
I *\C>t. 8. 4, 3 and I Bock-3--------------------! : Pls.ton H, K.t. 1." Lot 4 Block 169 _.....__..,--... _._ .. .. __, -. Hock.1 .1r 68 Lot Block II ---........,. .---.- ._ __ ._ 10 Unknown .. ._1' I51
1 Lot S and 6 Block I ....-..-.-..-.--- .. "'-. .. .-' Dls.ton.. H. K.t. .81 Lot 8 Block 111 -.. __._._--_.___......_ -. .. .. .. HUKO, Oeo.. ____' ,16 Lot 9 QlqCk .-----.-... _- __ 10 Vnknown .__..._ 2.12
Lot I Block 10 -. --......._._....... .. .. ... ._ Denton H. Est .81 ]Lot 7 Block, III ....-................... .-. .. .. .. LonKnecker Oeo .66 P. ..'_ ..a... a .b-Dlvlsl.. ,
All except Lot 1 an1 Block 11 ..... .. ., .. DlMton, H. Kit. 101 ]Lot Block, 148 _._.-. .__...___ __- .. .. .. .. T..know..A. -_- .66 .Lot _.____. ..__ .. rsd
.
i'';y All Block 11 to. 16 Inc _...._......., .., .. _; Pliston. H. Bit. 1111 ]Lot S Block 188 ...-- _-_- _.. ._-.-. .. .. .. .. LonKnecker! Oeo .86 L 1 to 1 Ine except Lot. 4 a'd 6.. I J 91 'Vans Agnew r
lots 1 to 14 Inc. Block 18 .__...*...,. '.. '.. .. I. Pl.ston. H. E.t. lot ]Lot 9 Block 116 ........-._.-. ..._,*-__ _. .- .. .. Ooodwln J P .66 Frank __ 111.0.
t$...." All Block J7 ...-...---____.....,.-._. _.:_ ._ .-. '.. ? DlMton.' : H ,Et. 1.19 I Lot I Block 168 .......-..__.. ...--_-___.- -. --- -. _. Os.ire. h T..-.. .6S Lot. I and 6 ------.. --__.._. I a5 U 1'' Melklelon R 0.W TILT
,,., Lot 1 to 7 Inc. Block$ ..._...:...., ,;,..' .... .. ... Dlton H, E.t. 1.9t 1 Lot 8 Block 168 ............,..to.- ...... . .., .- ., Hugo Oeo.. ..*. ,66 g.rl..le Lud dl Iavestresl C.. I.. '
:; Lot. 1 to 14 Inc. and Lot II Block 19.. ? .._ .. ,.. PI..ton H.: Et. 1,Cl 1 Lot I Block 169 .............__.-..... __ .. -- _- Tecknow A ... .'S Dlvl.len of NE \\4 and E'" 0' BE' '
ii. All Block! 10 to IS Inc. I._..'._00..- pi.gton H. E.t. 1111 I Lot Block 170 _...__,..?. ..._.... :.. ... .. -. LonKnecker. Oeo .n &d NE% of NE% 0' NW % and +
. All except Lot""is""Block I. ....._..JDhraton H Kt. 101 ._ . ,. .. NE% of NW % and R'" 0'
: I Lot 1 Block 171 ....__.. .-. -_ -.. '-J Ooodwln. J PLot ." .M NW" II I .
.Lot. 4 to 11 Inc. and Lot. 14 and II I 7 Block 1TI .. ..................... .- .. .. .. LonKnecker.. Oeo .. and NE\4\ of 8W% and JW\4\ of " '
t..", Block 16 ......__....___ ..__ .... E.t. 1.II less b"K. NW cor run It. E 600ft. .
..u. .. .. .. .. Dlton H. I Lot 1 Block! 116 .....___-.. ........ -. .- -. .. Tecknow A .11 ",
F's Lot. 1 to 6 Inc. and Lot 8, 10. 11. 14 :Lot 10 Block 181.---------------------------. Ooodwln J P.- .46 N .7. ft. W' .00 ft .. .. __.__. 5 a.
and II Block II ___ ______._._ .. .. .. .. DL.ton H, Et. Lf6 1 1f" Lot 1 Block 181.----------------L.----------- Lonsn..ck.r.. Oeo Lots I. I'. IS, .0. I ._._._...._..__.. I al I 2E 8t '''Cloue D.v.,'
Lota I, 1, I, 6, 14, 16, to and-1 It Blk. 27.--------- Dliiton. H. Kit. 1.tS Lot I Block 190 _____,-,-----..----.--- L. .. .. -. LonKnecker.. .1. -
Lot. 1, 4, 4. 1. 10, It, 14 and If Blk. 23-------- .. DU.ton H, E.t. 1.91 Lot 9 Block! 190 __..._____.____._..... .- .. .. .. Hugo Oeo _.?_ .IB Lots U and t .--.-.___. _. 5 26 II 10 orCm.i :::: 1.63. :
i r Lot. S and 4 to 10 Inc. and Lot 11, 14 Lot 1 Block 191 ...-___________..._____ .. ._ __ Ofe. Ke. H '__.... .66 Lot. 61 am ._.__...-._____.___..__ alII 10 ,
t.I ., and1 Block It ___j________.____. '.. .. .. .. PI..ton H, Et. 2.96 Lot 1 Block 194 ___.._.,_.___......... .. .. __ _._ OJoodwin, J P _. .IB vneM1' J .__, 1..1
tj' tats 1 to 11 Inc. Block 10 _hO_"___._ ? .. .? .. PI..ton H,' Bit. S 01 Lot Block 198 -___.____--.----..... .. .. __ __ Ooodwln J __ .IS Lot I' ____ __.. _._.__.h ___._ __ I. alII I,'Porter. .,-._. t.OI r
'i Lots 1 to 14 Inc. Block II ____n_.__-. _. '_. '.. .. DU.ton H, Et. -8 01 Lot .'Block 198 _______________ __. _._ ... ._ -- __ Wle. Mr .. ,/5 .. .. Lud A ..... (e' I.. :.
11.. Lota S, 4 and 11 Block IS ..___.___... .. .. '.. .. DU.ton H, Eit. 1.19 Lot 10 Block 199 ...._.___..__-__-.. _- __ __ __ T.cknow. A-w. .05 DIYI..lon of E% 0' NE\4\ and \%
1r' Lot S. 3. 4 and 10 to 16 Inc. Blk. S3;___ ._ .. .. .. DU.ton H, Bit. 1.19 Lot 8 Block 201 _: _.._______..4...... __ __' __ Ooodwln J P .. .n( 0' NE% and 8E% 0' NW\4\ and .8%
;, Lot. 1. t, 3. 4. 1. 8, 10, 14. II, II, 11 Lot 1 Block 104 _.,.-.---.-.-_..,_-__.? ,- __ ,- __ HUKO, Oeo. ____ .HI 0' BW' 0' NW\4\ and 8. Uh_ I I
., and 11 Block 14 ____h__ __.____._.__ .. .... ... .. Dlton H, Et ''l.tl Lot. 4 and Block 104 ________.--__. -- __ __ __ Ooodwln J P .11 Lots 1. U. H. 62.. n. u _..-n___._ 1 I 1 10 8t. .Cloud Div.
% Lot 1, 1 and 3 Block IS _____n._.... .. .. .-. .. Pli.ton, H. K.t .81 Lot 9 Block 104 __..._ _____.___....... ... .-. .. .- OilaKe. H TO .1 Co 4.0'
,,,'" Lot 2 4, 6, 8. 11 14, 15 and'il. Blk 18 l.tl 4 Block 10B _______.____ __ __ __ Lots 2 and J5 7 Bmlth L h. ;
_. .. .., .. pis.ton, H. E.t. Lot ..-. .- .. Ooodwln H D._ : ,
Lot I. 1. 4, 6, 8, 10. 11, 14. 16 and II Lot 4 Block 108 ___________._______._.. .. a----- Tecknow. A ___ '.15 Lot 6/ _______:::::__::::::::::::::::: 7 := U Ir Johnson, E it: U

Block 37 -- .,._____ _.._____ .. .. .. ._ DlnMon H. Et IKSS: Lot 1 Block 216------------------------------ LonKnecker Oeo .n Lot.79 __ ______________nu__._____ 7' U M E_ 1.01heriole
Lot I, 3, 4, I and 8 to 16 Inc UIOt'k.18 __ _* .. .. I Hunt on, H. Eat .14 Lot B and 6 Block! 115 _-._-........_. .. -- ,- ._ HUKO. Oeo __.. .81: Lot JOI ________________.nn__ 7 II 1 Kirkland. 1 0._ 1.01 '
Lot E Block 38 00 ____________________ ? ., .. .. Kparr. W F ____ .81 Lot 1 Block 118 __...____..-.__.... .. _: __ __ LonKnfcker. deo. .66 Lud J........, r.. .".
Lot a' to 16 Inc. Block St. :.____..... __ ., .. .. IXsston. H Et 801 Lot Block! 119 _______-____._......? .. __ -_ __ Hugo, Ooo ____ .15 Dlvl.lon 0' aU except N% 01 N"\4n\ ,, a .8 II ,
4 All Block 40 ___. : __ -.__ ... ., ... .. Dlton. H. Eat. 4 11 Lot 8 Block 119 ..----?----_-.___.... .to __ "_ __ Water. 8 E_.._ 65 Lot 10. __________________:___________ J U al I KImball H M. 1.01
Lot. 2, 4. 6, 12 end 14 Hloek-/2 _-..... ._, _. ,. .. Dlsston, H. Est 3.39 Lot 10 Block 222------------------, -- -- __ -- i.._ Hugo Oeo. _.... .HI Lot 39 _n. n______ -__ '__n__ 1 2 8 5 J 0._ 1.01
All except. Lot 13 Block 41 __________ .. .. .:? h' Plsston H. ..;..t. .,66 Lot 4 Block 228 __.___...._...-......to __ __ __ __ Tecknow A 65 Lot 79 --_ __, _. _.__--__--_--______ 6 Unknown ._..__ 1.01
Lot I, 4, 6,, 6. 8, 12, and 14 Block 48 ? .. .. ? .. Dlsston. H. K..tAll 1.16 Lot Block 228 *__--_..________ ..._-. .. __ _. __ Lonirnecker. t7.o .85 Lot 96 ___ ___ _______________ 1 26 1 I Aul l. H eo. 1.01 1
except Lot 1. 4 and 10 Block 46---------- Dlaston. H, ..;..t. 101 Lot Block 124 _u_.,.____,.__...-_ ,. __ __ __ .- Ooodwln H I*.,. .65 Lot 106 ___ __nuUnu__ 1 a8 8 KlnRabury W J J.OI
All Block nAnd 48 _____ r-._ no- _. .. ... .. I Hunt on, H. Eat.djots 7.01 Lot t Hlock 24 _n.--, __.-,..___ '.. ._ __ __ Valera 8 E __ .86 lots 108. 11. u. _--_ ---_ _u 1 U 1 Uu.tu. A W-. 1.11 II
\ 2, 8. 9. 10, 12. 16 and E '. Lot 8 Lot Block 221 _,.,__.--.-......----.. .- ._ -- __ LonKnecker, Leo 65 lot Il ___ ________ .______.__. _.. 26 11 I A ____._ 1.01
Block 49 ___ _____ _____ __ . __ .. DlHHton. H, Eat. 221 Lot 1 Hlock 225 __ _____T.r---,_----..., .. __ .- .. Hugo leo __ .85! Lot 18 ___________ ______ ______.__ 1 1 I I Wells. I .. 1.01 r
I Lots 4. 0. K, 10, 12. 1and 16 Block 80. .. _ n _; 1 I.'ton.. H, E.t 1.76Illusion. Ixit. S Hlock 282 --____-___-----__ _.. _. __ -- __ Ooodwln. J J __ .11 la..DIII: : \t, ; lt.h. '
Lot 2, 4, T, 10.( 12 and WV4 Lot 6 Block Lot 6 Hlock 2S2 __________ ____u______ __ __ -. __ -e..know. A __. .65 :nL' dat : NF.4 I 26, I +
,'. 61 .- _- .__ ___ ____ _- __ __ __ H, E lIt. 1 86 Lot 8 Block 232 _00 ______ _______.... .- __ -- __ OasaKe. I T____ .115 Lola I. 62 60, 70. 83. 'H, 99, 6 '
Lot 8 Block 61 __ u__ un..__: __ __ __ HAXCJ A _u_ .112 Lot 9 Hlork 212 -- -- Hugo .66 l 103 111. II. I.. 17. 17 and 128._ U U II SI 8t. CloudDevelopment' +'
; Iota 9, II and 13 Hlock fil nu_ ___ .00. ._ .. .. Unknown .___ _ 1'15 Lot 2 Hlock 213 ,:::::::::::::::::::::: :: :: '.. ., ) I-"j'{ 1'.. :,65 Co __ 7.10
Lot 2, 4 ,6.! 10. 12 and 14 'lock 52--: .. .. .. __ .....ton. II. Rut 1,rn Lot 4 Hlock 233 nu____.-_--_ _____ __ .. ._ .. O..IIRK". T___ .115 i Lots 9 and U __________n___________. 1 Z I 10 Cross. F W ____ t.1 t
Lots 2 t.. 6 Inc and S to 16 Inc Bk| (3 .. .. .. __ IUn..ton, II. Et 268 Lot 1 Hlock 2341 __n___,__..___________ ._ -. --. __ \\'ater. HE. .66 Lt 16 __.__.__,______.-.u.___ ______ 11 21 I Jones. G H __ .11
Lot 2 Hloik 64-------------------------------- Johnson, Mr.. Lot 7 Hlock 21A 00 _______,_____...___-_ __ -. .. HUKO, Qo ____ .66 1 _______________00 ______________ al I Moore M L .__ 6
$ 'M) _u___ __ 1 12 Lot 9 Hlock 23A __ ____,,___._____.__. "._ _. _- __ Proper D ..: ___ .65 Lot __ ____________n_ _.___._.___. 19 28 1 I E111s, W R __e. .81
Lot 217 __ __ __ __ Lot 1. I' Slater. ------82
Lot 4U. 0! 10 14 Alld.r.! BJk. __ i I 110..k --00---- Van Dyke J N ,65 1M h----------n." I I 1
64_
__ __ __ __ Illusion.' II. nHt IS51
Lot 281 ___ Lot 19
Lot 18 Block. 64 ___1-_______._ ____ .. .. .* .. Sparr.' W FAll _0. .9E1 I J.otl I 1 UI..k and 2 Itlock 250 ----..----_-.,___ ._. _._ _.. ____ Water Ooodwln, H II K T.-._ .65 Loot :::::::::.::::::::::::::::::-::: 19 n 81 : Clark, 'nK-:::: :,83.l2ha ?

Block 5R and fifi __ ___.,._:_ .... ..' _. .. _. DIsMon. II, Et 707 6 Block 254 .__n___... ___. .. .- __ '__ __ o..aK". H T____ ,.12 t 3H _--___-.__.__.._._____.____._._ 19 .4 31 I .. F '.81
I.
All except Lot 6 Block 67 __ _ _u _-. .. _., .. .. LUsHttm, H. f..t. ,C42E9 Lot 10 Block 254 __________"_____._____ ',- _. __ _'_ Ooodwln, J .. Lt 51 _________.._.___._..---- -_____ 19 31 Clark. .11
Lot I. 2, 5, 6 1, 7, K, 9, 14, 1 An16 lot 8 Block 256 ___ ____.-___-.__ --- .- __ _- ._ Ooodwln J __ .61. 96 ______ ____.____._____________ 19 16 al I Unknown ...._ .8!
Hlock 68 __ _______,<. --- ----' --,.. ._ .. .. plHston H, Eat Lot. 5 Hlock 2A4 _________..__...._.?.2*.. _- .. _., ._ I.ngn..k.r, One .66 I Lot 11 .___.._______ '_n.___'. .___ 19. 16 1 a Unknown __.--- .82 4
All except Lot 1 Jlo..k 5 > ? .. .? ._ Plsnton. H, Fst 8.39Iota i __ Lot ________.__ ___. .__._
.: .H Lot I Hlock 2A4 u____ _____.._-_fc.-.. .. __ __ .. ____ ,66 la _ .Uh II 21 a 6 Crook 0 n __._ .81
..
s to 15 Inc. IT Hlock :. ,""' '.. 111..tOI. H. EBt 3.02Lot Lot 110..k 266 _____._____.....to-. H.-------- Tecknow.lUKO. A ___ .65' lot 15 -_____-_____'______________ I Klskadden. A. .82
4. 6. 9. 1 10, I. 13 14, I6, 18, ID , ;T\? : Lot 10 Iln..k 26B ____..__..__..to---,,-* .' . _'. Ooodwln J __ .61 1..laol. Lasd lavealre.t ('D.'. 94.h- 1
rind Hlock $ __ 'j J
\ 0-----------. .- -.' .. fll.aton. H, nt. t.*6 Lot. 6 266----------------- .".' .- __ __ JO....aKe. H T____ .66 0' ec."t HW \\4 01 Nt %
Lot 1 to 6 Ilr. and Lot 9, In and 14 Lot Block 268'-------L.- and W", ot 8E% and 8..J% of 10 U
I. I .. _. .. ZanKllne, W C. 8W.4 "
Hlock 6E -_ --n-----------i .. ., '.. .. DlBBton. H Et 296 lot I Block 270 __.-...____.. _.,_...?.. .-. _-_ -- -. ZanKlln. A. F_ .65. Lots 6 and U ______"__ ________.. 20 a8 I 10 lit Cloud Development .
Lot 2, 3, 4. 6 I. 8, 9, Lot Hlock ITS ____._______.., .. ... .. __ __ Uaaage, T-- .66 Co ._ 1.4' t
'1.6 Block 64 __ __ ____ _______..-_.i.. .. .. .., .- Ulna-ton.' H. Rat 1.96 Lot 1 Block 2T4 .___.___u_______?__;-?._. *,- -._. __ -- Mark. 1 J _ .66 l.ot 4 ---________-____u_____ _. ____ 201 I a. 81 I McKnlcht; 0 1. ..81Iot
y All except Lot 18 Block 6 _______ u __ n __ 11"'on. H. Est 3 19 Lot S and 4 Block 1T6 _______._: .__ __ __ __ __ Tecknow.. .Aun .8 a 18 ______________________._______ .0 a6 It I Moore, M L ____ ..1 p
I All except. Lot I Block 66 -- -_ ._ __ __ __ u _. J1..tCI. H. Eat. 3.3d Lot IS Hlocl 276 ______ __nn_. __ __ __ OasaKe II T____ .66 lot 23 _nnun________._ ___ 10..t 11 Wilson. 8 A.- ..1
Lot 2. 4. 6. 8, II, 10 12, 14 and 1A libel 17! .. __ .'_ __ DI.Btol. H, K.t 2.29 Lot 14 282 _____nn___.__ __ '__ _-_ __ nnrierker, Oeo ,66 Lot 8 __ __h_______________ _____ 8 Wlllfams. 'V T_ .
I
Lot 4 to 8 Inc. and 10, 12 14 and 16 Lot 9 Block 28T -L________ __ __ __ __ LonKnecker. Oeo. .66 Lot _______________________.__ ____ ao I' I Unknown ____. .82
J Block 61 n :. __! DlnMon H. Eat, 2.69Dlaston Florida Fruit and Truck Land Vn.'mXnhimislnu Lot 64 _________--____--____-. __---____ 10 II B H.. .88Lots
Lot 5, 8, 0.. 12, 14"and"l6 Block'lV"- ..-! n ._ __ H. EBt. 1.92 of I I U. 6 and 80 _u___ _________.__ 20 U 1 8 I IAavltt. 'J B __ 11.66Lot
Lot 2 and 4 to ft Inc and Lot II, 12, Lot 7 and 8 Block D -_ n:-_'_____ .8 5 27 20 W J._ 1.41t 71 _______________ _"_____________ 20 14 Fubry. C '______ .81
14, 16 nnd 16 Block 7u _____ __ __ _? ',_' .. .. __ plsslon II, hat. 1.96 Lot* II and 12 Block BLot ____________u 7 27 20 Halley. J Co. .48StIJwell. Lot 7. ________.n-u--------n____ ao Z 8 5 Kendtg. L.l _. .81
3 Lyto 1 to 6 Inc and iota 7, 9. 11, II, 7 Block CLot ______.____________ ___ 27 10 Halley. J I Co. Lot 88 ___________________n__________ ao 6 Nolan a __.. ..,
.[ II. 15 "n.1. Block 7 --___ __- -_ __ _' .. .. PI union H. Est 196Ltit 6 Block A __________________ 10 Z 27 10 Silver, H T ___ 1.4 Lot 101 _____________________..______ 20 aliI 6 Way S ?.____ .11
10 7 ___un____________._ __ __ __ ... llayne.r.1 A ____ .82 Lot 4 Block A ______________________ 10. 2 27 10 l'ark. J D ____ .1.4. /.I.ol.. Laad & ...... .... ('0.'. l.b-
All .except I Lot Block 73 __n..______ ._ ".. ... DIMon. H. Est. 1.92 Lot Block A ____,----nnh--n---_ 17 10 Stark A. B. ___ 1.4T 01 all fractional ___ al I' I +
Lot 2 and 4 to 16 Inc Hlock 74 __ Illusion. H. Eat 8.02 Lot 9 Block B __n__________________ 10.1 27 10 Unknown ___n_ Lots I. u. 10. a5. U. 5. 17, and 60__ I U I I ,t. Cloud Development .
Lots. 2. 4. 6, 8. I". 1. 14 and 16 Blk 75-----------.,. '- _. Plsston. H. .;.. 1.92 Lot 16 Block BLot _.______.. _._-_.__-._ 10 25 27 '10 Patton. B A ... 1.4. 51 Co.2.91 y
AH except i..t. 3; I and 7tHIT..U 78.orfMj ffjijpeiaaiaia : Ll.llton. H. KH.Illock 2.66 2 Block Dj..__..._.tov.-._ -_.__, 10" 25 27 10 Fox. E J to-., ___ Lots 38 and .1 ____.. .____. ._-.__. al I' 1 10 Whipple N F_. 1.U
t. I. 2. 4.6, H 1(1 1 I And 6 . Lot S and 4 ,Bloc! D. i, 10..26.., : ,, 2,7 2( McLaughln.EL 1.4. Lot 41 ____. ______-.__._____--. _..._- al a. 5 Morgan. .J _. .32 )
77 H E"til,2.59 Lot IS BlockVBIx I1"25AA927 64 and U 131 U Worthington
1 4T
11""ton Lot G -. ---- ,
Lot. S,4. 6. 'P. II 9. 10 and 6 111k 8 [ H E"t.h 2 2 >t II ; Block'! 25" 27r1430 JOlb.or"II. ?'. -' 1.4T ,:.iktvfetirJgt: !, : ' W a 4.//
All Block 79Jx and li I :. Lot 7.111I2D14.', T, Block I 1 26 t7" -40 ," Halley.JH&CoI4.49< 8erl.ole L. .:.lsvesls.eat C.. rrb. .t. 'f
>t. 4 nnd i 61to n rid ol. / 'l 8'and Lot 8.,9..10'Block 2 a1' 10 Unknown '!' MSM', 1.60 Vlvl.lon 01 8'of' Lots a./4l'.6 and ,N' UC %''
1 Block.tl nasEon E Ii a.6 Lotai9landp10 i < Hlock'! 2720' ,| Halley-tJl&Ca,2.18:\ '. % 01 Lotsand 7 ...- 25 26 81
I 2 .
Ix>t* 2, ( 8"10"! 12, 1 1 and 1 1 Lot. 6." 6.3 7. 8 Block,11) n'.0'. 'vUnknownjIJtfs&sp f eV 4.49 tots 1. .9. 43. 63. ,f', '
Z 5.,6.,8 7.
Hlork 82 u__ __ _____ __ 1i. %.69 Lot 11 and 12 Block B imr; 22' 27 20 Unknown '-----I- i.48 87. .8': 10 andc9l 25 26 31 70 St. Clopmoud Deveh ,
1.
Lot. 1 to 8 Inc and Lute 1(1, 14 ana 16 I Lot 4 Block C ...._..v___"?_-"-.. -____ 22 27 10 Unknown .___.__ 1.47 "' .. Co 1.10 '
Hlock 83 __ _____ ,._ _. _ _ ._. n __ _ __ If, Ellt 2B9 Lot 1 Block D ______-_ ____nn. ___ 22 25 a7 10 Komal. J 8 ____ Lots 5. and 67 __.___________h______ !6 26 il' !0 Darnd, C 8 .- .
All c-xcept Lot 9' Block 84 .._ .__ .__ __ 00 _ Plsston, H, 339 Lot 1 Block! D ___________________ 22 27 10 Marouack, J 1.4. rcml.ole Lad R I....rstrest Ca'. ."-
All Block 85 __ __ n. _._ __ __ n __ __ nisston, II. ";lIt. 4 IS Lot 8 and 16 Block D _______, -___ ___ 21 n 20 Unknown _____ 148 !' ot 8E.,. 0' NE % and N 1.'vlslon of '
I ,2
Lot. I. 2, 4. 6, 9. I and Hi Hlk 86 ._ _ __ PiBBton H. Est 1 i>2 Lot 11. 14 and 1 Block D n_ ___ __ .2 SO Unknown nn__ 360 .___ -----------u------ a. a8
Lot 1 to 21 Inc. Block KT Illusion. H. Kit.Lot 339 I Lot. Block C ________no_____:_._ IT 1 10 Unknown _____ 1.4T Lute 84. 81, '7.,78. 80. 81. II \ V
4, 6, 7, I, 10 and 12 I------------------I pleMon, H, Et. 1.$2PUMon lot 9 Block C ____ __ ________ ?_______ 2 25 1 2 10 Bailey.. D C_ and n -_ ---__ _______ __I._ __ 9.- -\-- St. Cloud Dqvel. +
Lot 2 and' t.. 1 Inc and 14 and 16 Lot 14 Block D ________ ___________ 25 10 Fla. Fruit & J,4 } J 2 3 I C6. __ 5.09
Block 89 _ _ ____ .- ...__ .. .-. .. __ DlHBton. H. Et. 291> T. Land Co._ I..nd h Isveafinest ('o.' Sub- .pment
I.ot. 2. 4, 6, 7 and 12 to 1A Inc Blk 9(1 . ._ ._ Plsslon, H, Est. 2.29 Lot t Block A --- 3 25 JO Penn. Highland 1.7 1..1..1. 0' 8E% 0' NEVI and W.% 0' fNE f--

: T, 9, Id 11. 12, 14 and 16 f 2 Co. ...,___000 1,7T and SE% and NE4, 0' NW.__ 27
L'iioj 91. --------------------------------1: PI,..Mon. H, } .t. 2.69 Lot T. Rand 9 Dock BLot ____-___ __ 81 2 27 80 Unknown _n__ 360 Lots 4 6. 8. 13. U. 13. 1. 19. 2H. .2 3.
3. 6 and 7 Block !'2 ___. .. '.. .. .. Dlsston. H. list 2.66 1 Block B __ ._____ I 27 10 0111. J A ______ 29. 31. 85. 60. 68. 65. 77. 81. 84. .
i J" 6. (<, 12, 14, 15 and 1(1 Hlk 91 .. .. .. __ JI."ton. H, Kst. 1.92 Lot. 3 Block C ________________. .___ 2 27 10 Kelley, S ______ 1.4. 95. !6. 97, !8, 100. 2. 13.. 125. ,
1 Lot 2. 4. A, 8, 10, 11. 12, 13, 14 and 16ltlo'rk Lot 1 Block D. .:unun______ 3 25 27 10 Harris, F J -- 1,47Crammer U6. _000000 11.____I____________ 28 Bt. Cloud Devel 1opment
94 _ __. ____._ ._ ___. .. DIsMon H. Et 2,59 Lt Block A ___ Unnn ___ 25 27 10 ( S K_ 17. 13 2 I .10 ('o. __ 1..11
Lois 2, 3. 4. 6, 7. 8, 10, 12 and I Blk 95 .. --BlBlanton. H, 1.>1. 2.29 4 Block H ___.!_. n-n--- / 2r 27 10 Jared, J __ 14 Lots 93 And 91 _--__--_____ __--_ 28 10 Long a W 1.1'
Lota 1. 2. 4, I. 8, 10, 11. 12. 15 and Lot / lock B _n_______________ .___ 27 10 Fields. KealtyCo. 1.4 8..la.l. L..d 4 l.vrstment ('o.'a NnbDlvielon 2 3 I ,
16. ]flock __ --___ ___ _--__ .. .. .. .. .. DI..lon. H. 'KBt' 2.94 Lot C __________u_______ __ 35 25 21 10 Fla Fruit . ('1.4 of Lots I. 2. 3, 4, 5. arid
1 All except Iota 1 and 3 Block 97 __ n __ ,- PIKMon.' H, lIt. Land Co.l___ E% 0' NW'4 And 0' 29
All Block 9s to 101 Inc. -___.____ ___ __ __ ._ _. Plsslon H. Kst. 7.80 butler. 1.7 Lots 69. 76. HW'. ___NWI_____ 28 St. Cloud Devel.
Lot 2 .13 ::3dal 16 ] 14).I 102 -- -- .. .. -- .. PiBBton, H, Fat. 1 19 Lot 7 Block 18 __________ ...____ _- _a. ._ __ Hodges. B A __ 66 4. 60. 19. . u 2 3 1 Co ._ 1.85 .
1 'Lot 2.: 12." I 103 ::-::: .. .. .. .. PlMNton. H, Kst: 8.39 Lot 7 and I 1) Block 19 ___.,___________. __ __ __ __ BtalllnR. M A__ 780 Lots 20. 21. U. and 28 ___n__ _ opm4nt. A 1.'" )
All Block 106 and 107 _- __ ... -- ._ Dlsston. H Eat 11,48 Lot I Hlock 19 .________________.___ __ __ __ __ Thompson S __ 229 Lot .0 _-__ 2.___________________._____ J I 3 J Hughes. H 1 h,... .81 v
U I Florida Agricultural ('..'s Nub-ll/vl. { Lots to 12 Inc. Block 20 ______-_. _. .. .- ?. .. Bass W C __n 286 Lot 71 ___________ __._________ _______ 29 28'21.1 I Flarln. J P ___, .81 ti
'J .10. of ----o----..-______ .____u_ 32 25 .11 tots : to 12 l.nc! Block! 2_______ .___ -, __ __ __ prawdy L B __ 2.66 Lots 10 and _-____ _--__ __ 2 I George. E E 1.1'
Lot 3 and 10 and all bal. W )/a Hoe- Lots to 6 Inc. Block 24 ________--..... .. .. .- '.- Love,. I ____ 1.5 ... Lad 11.... ,.....('o.'. "nhIlvl"lon ? u

( not platted ____ __nn...____ __ 3 25 I 145 DlBBton, II. Est 1.2 Lot 11 Block 14 _.._______n_--_., __ ., '-'- __ : ._ Drawd), L B '__ .66 of aU .xctpt 81 ot SWt4
Lot 4 25 10 Moore., 1 11 Inc Block ____. __ __ __ __ 10 aII k
-- ----------------- -- ---- ---- 3 I Mix 12 Lots to 3 nn prawdy. L B __ 2.A6 fEIi----- -- . ------ --
Lot 12 ;** land owned by : U Zimmerman Lot. 1 to 12 'ne Block! ____-,-_____.. -- ._ -- -. Berry, Jim -_ 266 Iota. __----__.____.-.-- 10 16 1 10 BL Cloud D..I. i
___ _________ _____-.._.._ 32 2 31 I Hoffman H H__ 2,98, Lot 1 to 12 Inc. Block 43 __________u. .- .-- __ __ (Berry, Jim 00 opm..nt Co. '_. 1.4' }
N.r.oo..ee. /'I/ Lot 1 to '11 Inc Block 44 _______..,__ __ __ __ -- O'Berry, Jim '__ 2.6 Lots 3 and 1 _nnnnn___ ____-__ 10 .4 U JO Davls FR'.... 1.1'
Lot 1 __. ...____ ________ _________ 3 2 8 10 Moore.. Max ___ 1.1 Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Block 45 .___.___----_ .- __ __ __ Berry Jim ._ 2.6. Lots 18 and ______.____.___. __?_ 80 24 8 JO Dovllle., I 0.._ 1.1.
; Lot ___ __ ___ .________________ 8 6 Sabo J ____00 __ j KenaasvllleLot Lot 42 ___.__h;_________-_-__________ 10 5 Burlngame
I Lot 8 __ nnnnn____._..... 8 26 I 4 Pa vis, E C __0 1.19 6 Block 17 _00 ___________._.____ -. :_ '__ __ B ._ ..__.
e Lot 12 ___ . ____________ _______ 8" 25 4 ".nd.r.on. AW 781 Lot II Block 17 ___-n-u_______.____ '__ __ __ __ Drartewdr.y.H ___ .a. 2 Lot '53 -- 80 26 .81 6 Revel B' 1,92,
Lot 16 and 1 __--.nnhnn '8 2 I 9 Llllle., ____ 1.76 All Block 39 1 _____nn______ __ __ __ __ White, John -._ .tl i Lot 88 :::::::::::::::::s:::::::::::: 80 26 II 6 Ross. .f 1 M'. ::::: :.31 "

Lot T ____ __________________________ 9 '6 J P __ 1.11 Lot 3 Block _, T. __ ._ __ __ Spencer. H ____ .sKlnlrree i tat 90 _._ _n--------n-n--------. ao 28 II I Walden J __ __ .81
Oood\ln.
t NW Lot 2"j...______ 9 25Lot J A 0__ 1.1 Park Lot 100 unn.J______.______ 10 18 11 Galnes. Wm -_. ..RII
I 27'' _____n___ ______-___-,________ IB 25 a I I Ebertz. Frank_ Lot 6H Block 3 -._,---_.---.. -_ -- JH StaKK. Z T Jr.- I.OJLot I Lot 102 nun_______________ 30 U 1 I Btrch. J E. _.__ .81
Lot 15 26 10 Frank W 1.92 7 Block S _. __ __ IV4 Unknown ______ I.01Buasell I 8..1.01. I..d & J..t Ca'. _
--- l.b
a Lot .N _.. ::::_:::::::::::::::::::::: 15 25 81 10 Mltxel: E R":: 1.92 Lob 1 and 1. Block n 8 u.n-_?____ __ __ __ 10 J W ._ I Ilvl.lon 0'll except N' of .

Lot. 9 to 15 Inc. of N% of NWW\ --_--_ 16 26 I 3 Tecknow. __ B.60 Lot* 10 and 11 Block 10 (1916) _.n__ __ n JO Unknown ...__ 4.1. I __ _____._____ _____ 11 2. 31 t
Lot 8, 9, 14 and 15 of 8W of NWW. Lots 10 and 11 Block 10 _____ u--_ __ __ __ 10 Unknown _nn 2.2f I Lots 6. I. 17. 89, 41. 4a, 18. 67. 87. 78. .
and Lot 18 and NH of Lot >I1------ 16 26SH 8 65B Kvan. R L_ 19.13 Lot 7 Block IS _____:________._.-,_ __ __ __ *4 Unknown _00 ___ 1.09 I 81. 90. \ 'I. 96, 81. 98, 110. 111 I.
of Lot Z _nnn_____.-- _ 166 3 Evan. H ___ 4.86Smith. Lot 7 % Block 1 -- -- 1V4 Kline, E _Uu_ 1.09 I li and 15 .-__.______________n 3 U 3 St Cloud Devel.
Lot 25 __________ ____ 1A 25 10 J H "K B.96Ooodman Lot Block -. __ -- -- IJ4 Unknown __n._ 109 I JO opm.nt Cd. __ ....
1 Lots 40, 42.and of Lot u---n-\\ _____h_ 16 2. I 25 J Po 4.ISZanKleln Lot I Block 1 nnnuu___ ._ __ __ HtraLnian. Chas,, 9.21 7 I Lot 7 ______' _______________ _______ 3.1 2 3 I K.ndal. 0 C __ .11
Lot 5 __ ______ Nl_____ .i.__-___ 10 A F_. 11 Lot 16 Block nn_____ -__ ---- __ -_ -- Ktratman, Chas 1.3f I 18 ____.".____nnn_______ al / .lIn. W ____ ..81I
2 I -
4 Lot Z ________nn.n. __ | 2 3 R Van Dvke, J l Lot 10 Block 11 __________ ___________ __ __ __ 6 C.b. W J ____ 1.1 8Lots I 10 and 2! ___?_ _________ ._____ 8 31 10 R..gar, C A ____ 1.1'
Lot and 3 . .. . ._n_.-n____._. *20 2 .20 Little, F D tt.86Whltted. Lot 6 Block ._._ _____..__n______._ _. __ __ 6 Earl. J M nh_ I Lot 22 ______--_--.____.. ____ _n___ 26 II I Rhoades, J A ..11I
Lot 6. I and SW of Lot 8 _u___ ____ 20 2 120. . 8 L. _. 3T.10 Lot 16 Block 17 _______.______________ -- -- -- I .Kline., E _.00 ___ 1.tl 3 I Lot a4 _________nu______ .._ ___ ___ a1 24 II Unknown ______ ..,
' Lot 13 20 6 Baxlev, CM- 119Whltted. Lot 11 Block 18 uu___._________ ___ __ __ __ I Strai. B __nn 1.31 6! lot 37 ,3l 31 ,81
E'i of Lot nnn._.. 00 .__________ 20 25 a 2 M 9.64 Lot 14 and 16 Block 19 ._________.u__ __. __ -- Z' T Jr 2.21: Lot 93 ::::::::::::::::::::::: ::_ ::: 81 26 31 : Pool..r'JFJ ::: :sf

Lot 1, 2.. 16 and 2__.-nun_ Z 25' I 35 Whltted, S L 9.64 Lot. B Block 20 _________ ___________ __ _. 19 Collins, O T ___ 2.1 l!:! Lot 99 nnu____-----n---------- 31 2..1 6Vlllam. I F._ ...
Lot 6and 26 20 Jordan. L A- T.80 Lots and 4 Block 22 ________________ __ __ __ 10 Unknown _00 __ 2.21 9 Lot 101 ________________________ ____ __ 31 2 3 ___. ..1.I .
Lot li dl021-:::::::::_:::::::::::: 21 26 31 10 Little, F D --- 11.48 Lot 2 and 8 Block 23 _"--___--_______ __ __ __ 10 Unknown ... 221 9 I Lot 12 __________________ ____________ 31 5 Unknown J---
Lot 12 __ _____.___________ ____ 21 2a 3 10 Young. HV 696 Lot 16 and 16 Block! 2 ____n__ _'___ __ __ _- 10 };ddlo, W II____ 21!I Lot ______ --uu____--_ ___ ._ I a8 3 I Kingsbury W J ..1
Lot 54 = 22 25 10 ZanKllne W C- 1.92Marie Lot 1 and 4 Block 24 __._______"______ __ __ __ 10 Unknown ___ 2,21 y rrmisole I.d a I..t ('o.'a Posh-
Lot 65 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 22 26 81 10 14 J 1..92 Lot 2 and' 1 Block! 24 __..__________n_ __ __ ._ 10' Frankford, R u.I t.21 I lvl"lon of all _ -_'--__--_ .-_.__ 3 2. 3
Old Town of Nareoossee. t ll and 16 Block. 24 ._ nnu_ ._ __ __ 10 Unknown ______ 2,21, I .6ote 5, 8, 9. 11. 1 1 27, 2. 31. IN, 39.
Lot S Block A _________ __________ __ -- __ .- Barrier, R _00 .82 25 ____________u_.______ __ __ I Unknown ______ 1.38 .3, .5. 10. 11. 11. 7. 95. 86,
Lot 18 Block! C __--____ ____.__--._ -- -- __ __ Barrier, R ___ .8 1 Lots 7., 10. I and 16 Block _____n_ ._ __ __ Krltx. Arn. _ .11 12. 18 13 un_------u----- I I I UI St. Cloud Development
Lot 16 Block J _, _______..n.._______ __ -- __ u Barry. R __ .8 Lot. I, 2 a flock 28 __Un al ____ __ __ __ 16 Unknown _____. 312 Co. __ 10.17
I Lot 4 Block __._______--__.--.__--_ _. -- __ ._ Barry. R h___ Lot a Block 27 _____.______________._ __ __ __ 244 Unknown ___ ___ 1.01 Lot a5. _____ __________________________ II a. II I Wel.*. J _______ ...
Lot. 1. 11 and II Block E .,_-______ -- __ r. _. Baxley C l ___ I.61 Lot I Block 27 ------r----_._.______ __ __ __ 6 Unknown ___n_ .1.66 lot a4 nnn_________ ________ II II 8 I Hampton. A P._ .,1 +
Lot Block F : _______________ _ -- -- ., Barry. R ._____ .82 Hotel rite 35 _____ ____ __ __ ---. II It 3 I Frank WE-. ..,
Lot 2 Block I __.__.____._n_____>______ __ .. __ __ 8lmonon, E .. .88 Lot 4 Block ---_____-________.___ __ __ __ 1 Deardorf. M J__ .al Late 7 and 54 ___nnuo _______ I I Young C 8 ___. 1.19
Lot 6 Block I _______________._____. __ -- __ -- Barry. R -nn_ 82 Lot 8 Block! J _____________________-_-__ __ __ _,_ 1 Stow.r., C A __ .tlf Lot ____ ________________._______.__ 21 8 / 'Unknown ______ il
Lot 2 Block J _____________________ -- -- __ __ Barry. R __00 __ .82 Lot 9 Block C ____________.__.__._____ ._ __ __ 1 Sanford, E K __ 6.80 Lot 8. ___.__nnn--- II Baker. H C ____ '..,
LotI Block M _______00 __________ -- .- __ __ Barry. R ._____. .82 McCool's Addlil. 1e KI.alrn.e Park Lot. 104 ____ _ ____________,.-,.--------- al II 31 I J F __ .81
Lot\ 11 Block M ________., _______ _u __ __ __ .. Campbell A B_. .8 Lot 6 Block 28 : -__----_ . __ __ __ 1' Rtratman Chas .6S Lot nnnn_ __ ____ I 18 11 Ko.nl". H J ._ .IS
Lot 8 Block N _______n_______.____ __ __ .. ._ Barry. R ..*._. Lot 8 Block 11 _.-___.__________.._ ._ __ __ I 8tratman Chas._ r'rlseIe .aveee.e'a'. gab- J
Lot 4) Block 0 .",-____._____.....____- .., '_. .. __ Barry. R ..-__. .1 Tharras City. East D..o 1.31 Division of all fractl. except E of .f
Lot I Block Q ....._________..__.___ .. .. .* .. Barry R ____.. .1 Lots S and 7 Block 1 -----------.-- -- -- -- -- It W ThurmanE.l. NE% a 01 Canl and 874 0' .._. I I I
Lot I Block R .____....______________ .. .. .. Barry R ._.:_. .8! -------__ 1,11 Lots 18. 31. 8. U. 17. 7.. 71. 90. ,
,,lot E Block.7L Dale.. E .... .1 Lot. I and 8 Block f _._._____.L-._ -_ __ __ 1 I-_ It W TburmanE.t .1. t and 101 _______'____ ________ a I 1 I St. Cloud' b"el. r
New T w. *f Z6are..e------------------------------ _____ 1.11 opment I....
Lots and 7 Block 100 __.-__.___._ .. .. -. .. ..ace. H T .. 1.0! T... Five Aere Tract.- h-- lots 1 and I ____nun_______ I I' I 1 Baum, H O ... 1.1' *
Loot !lL' 100 .....____ ____...... .. .. .. .. Unknown .__.__ .86 Lot. 9 to CUr'. Block I------------------ .0 H W Thurman Lots n. 61 ___ __ ___________ 1 I Bundy, P M 1.1
Lot 1 Block 101 ._'_?____._._____.... .. .. .. _. Hugo, Oeo. .... .1 ". Eat. _________ 200 Lot 4 -____. __.' II l cook. K T .rrr .11
Lot Block 101 __.--..____.......... _- .. .. .. Oar. H T ... Lot 7 _____________ ___ ._ __ _.. My..r.. S _______ LOT Lot _________.._________-._____.__ 13 16 11 I Unknown -.__...sKlmball. .1. Lot I Block 104' ...... ._............ ... '.. .. .. Tecknow A.-.: II; Lot I Block 16-. _._-_..______ ___.-___ __ __ \ Barnes. E L __ 1.07 Lot .0 ___._?.._.._ ___.____ -?_?____ II I' 11 I ., H M..t ..
Lot S Block 106 ________...______--- .. -_ .. .. Lonarnecker ..1 For.. Drl... Lad e.... I.b-lvl-. Lot I' ______ _____________________ II II 11 E Reynolds. W .t. s2'
Lot 1 Block 107 __._...-_________.... .- .J __ -.. Ooodwln, J Pen .6 s N. Lots 103 .nd i0i ___._____________ II II 11 14) B vokl.r. '81' T. '
Lot 1 Block 107 .___..__________.._ .. .. .. ." Longnecker. aeo ..6I 6 i Lot I 1 .L---------------------------- 10 Unknown ._.___ 2... Lob 101 a.4 10. .___________._,-.- 1 U' 1 10 .. N'R'v.?1. 't+ "'
7 Block 107 _____._______.__-.___ __ .. '., Oaaa -.v H T ... ..1 i Lot Blok' 1 ._-.__________.________ ._ __ Unknown ____-_ 1..7 Lot. and 101 .s$3 I 1 1 K.at N ,A.St. ..:'
L S Block 111 _-.-_..____.,-.._. .. .. .. _. Tecknow A .. .11 6 i Lot. I. and f I _._________- _. __ __ .\ Unknown _-_-._ 9.84 $ I..1. L..d dl l.v.staDlvlslon C.;2.b. _
Lot I Block 114 ........___..-.....___.. __ __ ._ -. Goodman. H P_ .6 6; Lot I Block I __ Blok _.______ __ _ 10 Unkapwn .2.12 of al -.___-.______ ?__ f 11 11Lot. ,
Lot I Block 115 ___.-....___.__._.- .. .. ... .. O.a..H T-__ ..1; Lot 1 Block I __-_.__________ .___ __ __ 10 Clark. 0 0 et.1 ".11 7, 10. II, 41. 47. II 16 .1. 17. .
Lot 1 Block 111 _._-to.-___. ?..?... .. .. .. .. Hulo'. .1; Lots 1 to 10 Ino. B10c I _._ : --___ __ __ __ 100 Unknown ___._ 41.13 7.. 71. I" I. n 99 101. 10. 111. 112. - 't'1
Lot : Black 117 _.___.____._ __ _: '-- ._ .._ .115._ ; EI Lot t Block __.._.... ____ _. \ Unknown .___._ 1.50 11. 114. U5, II -_.. 4 1 I UI .. Cloud Devcl.. .
.._ .. Ar .6 B, Lot I '
ck 4 opraeot
Lot i 11 --.-- --------.- -- .. : - -- 'V. Co.10.ttl :
'
-
fB .ICkao : ,' ,7lock r I II

: II'
tk' / 1 : S. / f a alErF"C =



4.Af9 :;$ ,8'rr 7 .gt t4,, + VIi1 +s "-p ptkl4;, .+ R o'b by sYJ&J1F ,rv,7"w: Y ,rl'h'



'


n . ... .,. e + l nr. . ., 7n

.. . '
,
. .. .Rr M ? .1. .. -
. ,,_ 5-r va
.,


: .

i .
.
I.;

TWELVE THE K1SSIMMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. MAY 3, ItlSIvo

-- -
-- --
,
.
m t6!
91a .44

I1 I DESCRIPTION!: OF LAND a :D: ''. I OWNER j; 3 i. DESCRIPTION" OJ LAND a o ';:i'rJ OJ ., II OWNER a; :w. :o! DESCRIPION. OF LND g ::i r \ OWNER j; :=;

.! a.. $ lO.to; '" / g
t 0 ; Y A f o Fe 73 .
: to t'I : : : E 'a +
.o
? h /: < < 0. '. m {! ci! <

Lot II ___..--_._.-. 4 17 11 I ('ubl>&l1'''. II'u. ._ .$2 Lot 1/2'/ _.____.__::: _..___.____ :.._..___. II 1..0 5 Dumo.1., C R __ .., Lot II' ______________________ _____.,' 10 11't .i to.coe,' n':' 8.h. .a
Lot tS ..........___..-. 1 17 '.1 'lI.r..."., W L __ ,11 Lot .1 .._._._______..__ .. .-....... . ___ II I' 10 I Snyder. P' C __ .8. n. .
Lot tt ..-..n___..____......_._._____. 4 17.1 S Maaon C II ___ . Lois U ,41. I. and U __u____________ II 2$0 II Stratton J 8 __ 1." "_..1. Land .It ..._.... ( GabDlvhlon 10
Lot 16 -.-____.....-.--..__..------ 4 .7 II 'A"ton. W 8 ___ .51 Lot 74 -__________.____-_u ... ._?_ II 1..0 6 Donovan T P__ .12 ot all _.__10__21_96_..__ 1 21
Lot ST ___..................-. 4 17.1 6 John C ____ ..1 Lot 'II -... ._________-__._. .. ....__.... 28 11 .0 I Krlbb.. VII ___ .81 Lots 1. 8i 1.. 1.. 17. I'. U,
Lot ,,49 _.-_-..J:- 4 IT II 1 Marahadl. H S._ .51 1442 101 _____.--_.__..__._ .' __-----r 21 11.0 8 Xnool. a 11 .___ ..1 18. 50. 6. ... 38. 39. 10. I. 42. 43, U. .
e Lot tS and 60 ._____........... 4 IT 11 10 Hoffman II ___ 1." ... .. ...... R 1....._.4 <'.... 0.b-. 4'. 49. I. 52. 66. 11. 601. 16. I' 35. ..,'.
"+ ... .1 Crane C, A __ .-_ 1.19 ... 71. I'. 81. I'. U. 90. 93. 94. 96.
Lot S6 and 78 ..__............. 4 .7 JO Dlvlalon 01 all except NIO %, .r 8W II II .0 .
Lot 1S4 .........__....-..----- 4 17 ,31 Unknwwn .."__. ..! Lott ________.__ __?._._.,- .._-__ ?141 I' Z' 80 6 White 0 11 .. .._ .81 n. I.'107, 108 and. 10.IU. Ill.._. i.-ISt__11. II.I'' UI 81 Cloud bevel
....-........... A ..*..taa.B4 c..'. N.b+ Lot II _.---._________-___.._,. _..., .._ 18 I' .0' I Smith T P ___. ,52 '1. 15 I opm..nt Co. __ U.II

UlTtaton of all 3 27 21 1..ot. 26 and 17 ___________-_______-_ 18 121 I 10 10 Campfleld 8 B. .111 Lot .1 _________________-_ 11 17 Unknown ___.__ ..s
Lots S. 6. 6. T.; 10,----l-uuu---h----. Lot .eI ----------------r._.._.._.-__- 28 I. 80 6 Unknown __-.:__ .5? Lots ---and---- ___ _. 3 1 ____ 1.682
40., 4t 47. (0, 67. 78. 96, 96. .7.98. Lot 41 _____.______..____.-_-. __.__ _" 18 14 80 I Unknown __..,__ .82 L ot n..tl .I _._____-._n________-____ 1 l :: 11 lHolmes PU __ _
,103, lit?,tit 114 and 1ST.' .__..__.__ I 21 SI 110 81. Cloud evel- Lot 60 -_____-_----.--___M__-_=-._-_-_ 18 1..0 a' 1>Palmer .J ._,__ .1' Lot 9:5------i-: ____________0 ____._ 1 27 51 i' 8mlh., Noah __ .Ia
) opment. Co. .. 10.50 7Lota565 2..0 'Splee..M ..- .82 Si-_1..le Laud ...__... C.4 Bab-
.-s 27 81ST 10 niubaUKh, H .., 1.19 And 74---.r----.r--; -. 228 E. II r
A Lot tl and t* / I. .0 10 Unknown _... 1.1\1 1)lvl.lon ot all 21 80
Lot 87 ............__...----.---- 6 81 6 WarlnK,' MB.. .l! LoC 44 ..-_...._._...._..__.__-.-----...__ IS I. '0. II Unknown ___..:.. .11' Lots J. and r---------------------- 1 .0 St Cloud Devil.oDmont .
Lot 60 ....__-.i.: .?.._..-....- 6 27,' 81 '-'* '.RoDttlns.. J .J' __ .88 IAt'll '..-_.:.--.____-_._..__...-_..._.._ 'n I. 'S0 6 ,UOkndWh '.S.J-r .., .15 11. Co. _ 1.'t
Lot 66 ........-.-......-__.--.-.__.,._ Ii 87' 81 6 Love. H O ___. .82 1..01 1(14 ...-._?-._--.---..:...-....._-___ 28 16 80 6 Unknown ..._.. .8? Lot 7"----k-------- .. 12 27' 1\\ Flak M 'H ___ ..a
Lot 71 and, 74 .___...-....-_..-------- 6 27 81S7 10 Creamer. H T__ 1.19 Lot 1416 ..-.__ __....____............. .._.. 28 I' 80 I Un I nowft _.__.' .112 Lot 16 r-- --.-------. -.- 27 io I Rau. 'Id-w. .
Lot 88 ? --.-- a 81 6 Unknown ....... .82 Lot l19 ----.--------.-._.._.-.-.- .___ 23 2..0 6 nknowa ___:._.! .If Lot 10 .-... ,-- ---. --..-..--. .-----.--.-. I 27 30 II Roane. R A ___a ,.81
.
l.ot. 110-----i--1g-------<.'___> 6 27 81 10 Hackerstt. O W 1.19 Lot 12(1 _______.___________.....______ 23. 2.0 II Stmp.on Wm..82 Lot .8 -_----_"_-_.--- -- --.. -.-_ !'1'.0 5 It A _ .81

Lot 111 -..-...-.-.-. 0' 27 81 6 Ijlcfendorf. A __ ,5! Let 126' _. ______---.____.__._.._____-- 2. '1"0. 6 Harnatb.J. A.._ .81 Lot I' .t __.__ _____----.1.._.?._.. ______ .. ,I I I 7 SO II lullivan.. I. __-. .
,, UramlBtolo L... A l..-e.._e.t (..... Hub. 11I.0&1..1. L... a ..._._. .'a Sub- IRIS nd74 ---------------0- 27 50 U '11"
Division of all ., ___ .-"- 4 27 11 1>1.lon 01 all ____.___.:____-- _-___ 2. 2. ,30 I.t. 7 and 100 .------ 15 27 30'', 10"Iturd'all.. A : .1:1I:
Lots 8, 11 16 81, !116, 3e.. ..,,4e, 51. 1..01. 3. 5. 8, 10, 11. 11. 11. 21. ... -1/8./ 27. .. .- --,.--.-.--... -.:. -----I. 12 21 80 6 n..qut".." I .
76. 76. 16. 92. '.. '7. I U. 113, 11 II. flu 38. 47. 410. 86. 76 and 7. ..,__-_.___- J' I. 10. 16 St. Cloud l..ot 10 ..--------. __. ...__ !7 JO b'i ltnknown'2
I
y Ill,. 124 and 128 -.--. I 27' SI 116 S(. 'Cloud Devel27 -' opm..t C v.. '.'0 Lot 11 ----,-_-. .-,---.--.-------.---.- 1 27 30 6 Hart.' D Joj-::: : :U'

opment Co. .- '.110 1..01'.1 _,4--...._-__-..__.___._.+__! 2. 1..0 6 Unknown ___-_. ..82Ltt Lot _'_______.________. _________ 1 21 30 5 4uetuN. AV- .B&
Lot 7 and 10 ,....,.__-.,._- .-.../.---- 0 II 10 Hounserell.. C H 1.19 II _______ ..--..-+.---.......-._.... ..n._.. 24! 2.0 II Unknown ____'I':. ,51l.ot. "...1..1.. Lad .It I....'.... (-... 11I., '
h, Lot 25 .'... .-.......,*..--,..- .... 6 27 31 6 Haker, M A ..... .82 .5 and 8. ___._----.--...._____? 24 2. .0 10 nboad. C B.. 1.1' 1.1"I..Ion vr all ________-hu.:_____ 1 27 30 "
Lot 60 and-79 ............- 27 31 10 Do vis, J J ..... T.19 Lola 60 alld 88 -- -_.___.:_-..-_.____-- 2. 26 .0 10 Orab..m, F M' .. 1.1' Lob 1. I. '. U. 11. 16. 19. 26. Ii. 80. 32. 37. '
Lot. 8t and 94 ......*...<.+:>__ ---. >- 6 S7 31 10 Allen E K __.. 1.19 Iota 62' and .1 __ ._.-_.__.M_._-___-_. I' 21 .0 10 Axllne J 0 __... 1.1' '8. 29. 42. 48. a3. 65. 64. 15. 90.
Lots 86 and 91 ..--...---_.--_...-r- 6 17.1 10 Mlshop. U F ,-- 119 Lot .7 _--._..-_____.-.-__-____.-.____, 24 II 30 5 Fuhry C _____. ,12l.pt 11. 83. 19. .. 11'1. 101. 108. 10.. 10'.
Lot. 110 and 116 u...-...-....- 6 ,1/7.1 10 Allen K K .... 1.19 III _.......-.....-----...-_...-.-___ _..._ !. 2. 80 II .Nelen T ..____ .82 14',10, II. 113. I'. 120. 123.
'.,..lBl. IJI.* A ..._....t C..** ""Oib- Lot 77 _..._._.;..._._...._._.__..._..:.._. 4 26 .0 5, H -"M" .9? 128 --r._---r---- 30 15 81. ] loud bevel
Dlvlslon of ail .-..................' 7 '27 81 tot I'o..-.______:.-._.._-..--- -__ 24,26 10 5 Moon N E _... .'1 opment Cu. _ 11.76
Lot. 1 ,8. t, 16. 16. 17. 24. IIi SI, 82. 34, Lot '115 --.--.----.._.__..____._--_____ 2. 1..0 6 Unknown __-.__ .11 Lots I and II --.. -.+ --. ----...---,. .' -- U' 41 30 J( Cary. V L __ 1.114
36, 40, 41 44 to 64 Inc. ..011I 66, 59. Lot 118 _____.M_..._......____.._....._....___ 24 18'0 5 Puller Jd K ___ .SI Lot 1 I --.... ._,__.._._-__._____.____. 1. 11.0 Unknown '8Ln
60, 70. 76. 8C, 81, 101. 106 and 120____ 7 27 31. 165 St. Cloud Development Lot II' _-_-..._'.___--.-._._._--___.. 2. .1' 10 6 Eaton W H._ .1' [.0--------------------------------" 1 2i =0 //I" )tlllman, -.j'- 81
Co. __ 1348 Lot 118 --__.____..____.,,___......_____ 14 I' 30 6 Morrl.on J H.. .12 Lot la ._.._.__.__ ..._.._..__. '.___,.___ 1 0 6 ]lammond; 1Ii ::8
Lot 11 _,,____._________..UM__a._______ 1 27 SI 6 .Unknown ______ .82 Lot 117 _____._._..____._..__..___._.-_ 2. I' 30. II Morrl.on. A____ .81 .,....1. Land a .....t.... C... Sub.Dlvlalon .
.... .. Led .It ........ ('oh "...- 11.0&1..1. L... R 1....._... (....a Sub.1'Ivalon bt all ___.__._.__.n_____._ 14 2'1 10
Division of all Fractlonsl ________-_ 8 27 II' ot all _u__________________ 25 280 Lot. I 6 18. U. 10. 7 107 and 120.14 n .0 40 ".. Cloud bevel.1
Lot. 8, 4. '. 7. R. 10, I'. 14. IS 20. 22. Lots 6. 11. 30. 17. 4.. '0. 15. U. ; opment Co, __ 8.89
23. 14. 27. 30. Si. 14 16. 31 and 63____ I 27 81 100 St. Cloud Development 84. 94. 101. 101. 110. 117and12/,, ____ 26 280 as 8t. Cloud Deve1 Lots 4 and II.u__.-.__.___-_____..___-._ 1 2 10 10 Metieachln Jas 1.19
Co .- 8:40 w opm.nt Co. __ 1.0 Iota 11. 11 and 80 .__u'h_ 2' 15 ( I lark, .J K
Lot 19 ___________________-____-.__--* 8 27/ 21 B Nichols, W F __ .5! Tot to _____. __ ____ _____ __ ____ 2a "4 .0 5 Young J A _._. ..82Lot. Lot __n--------n- U .g 6 Moro :::: :Aj
Lot 23 .______._..._________u.________ 1JrSBlMle 27 31 6 Maldnln, T ____ ..82St. aed 45 J 1 Lot .1.7 --- ---_______ .-___ __--__ U 11.0 6 Wogane. 1 A. '
..... A laveataseat (aV. SB*.. L /3 __ _: :::::::::::::::::::: 25 24 gg Ig Gemman1PJ_::: : : Lot __nn___--__________h_ ___ 27 10 a \and. C''' W. .82

4 Division of All .--__________.____..__ 9 27 81 lot 64 ___,_______ ..[_._:_....-,__._____ 211 18 80 a I4t.pb.n.on. O1.92 t.8u and U __--____--_ -.-.--. 7'g 10' C -- 1.119::8
Lob 5. 14, 19. 20. 24, 46. 29 SO, IB, 38 Lot 6. _-______..=_-______-_____u____ 2/1/ 18 80 6 Wlrebaugh. W M '.11 Lot la' .----___._._ -n---n----nu- : 11 a Unknown. :
41. 43. 48. 6.. 64. 66. 66. 67. 68. 10. 62. lot 81 _._____._______.__-.0_.___ _-___ 25 II 80 6 Ballard 11 ____ .82 ..----- -----,..--------- -- .- 17 SO 5 f1hr.n.. I. 11 __ 4 .
I$. 70. 71, 78 78 74, 76, 77. 75. 79.\ 88 Lot .7 :________________.___________u 211 1..0 6 Unknown ______ .12 Lots 69 and 71. -- ---------.---;-.--.- 1 21 10 10 Hmlh. U. F __ 1.19 '
to 94 Inc. 96 98, 100. 101. 103 10.. Lot 99 ?__,_:__._______.____.--_____ 1/6/ 2. 80 1001...), A N____ .11 Lot 71 ---------------------n.------ 21 ao A ? I' f' ___ hI
105, 109 111. 111. 115 to 12< Inc____ 0'' 27 11 121. Cloud Devel- )' Lot 111 ____-.______..-_____--______-- 211 1/8/ ao 5 Key. P' 8 ______ .11 Lot 74 n____________________ __ ._ 27 '0 a Jone.. L __ .8%
.. ;25/ 84 Lot 79 n_________________ ______ _eo'I'_ 17 10 I Unknown. __ u _ .)2
'
\11..1..1. L... .It 1....._... (.. N.b.Division \ "
Ec'hi..ertoC
__._. ._______ _______ __ 27/ 81 B : C .82: Lots 81 and 9. 21 ao Smith W J.. .1.' "
Lot 1 -- -.- --- -- ot all __...____- 46/ 1/8/ SO ----------------------- 1 '
Lot IS __________.___:___._________ ,;_ 9 '27 81 ,5 Wentworth, I) H .81 -a.-- 28 28' 80 21 MI. Cloud D..vel Lot 8/ -.nu"n.__ U 17 80 a Ralla., \ J' ___ ,52
Lot 86 ____.-._un_.___-______n_ 9 27 81 5 Unknown ------.8! Lot. 12 21. 22. 14 and 110. ____uu., ._ __ 1.5. Lot 96 ________ ____._________?______ 50 a Kln... J 8 __ .1
_______ __ __ __._____ ..__ Baum eH Oo. 104 ____ 21 80 a Way, leo ___ .
9
Lot. 41 and II n 27 31 10 Unknown L19 3' and It _____ __ __ ___ _____ 1/6/ 28 SO 10 ___ 1.1' ,------n---------------, 1 n :
______________._.__._____ .____.. DLou. .n Lot III ________ 27 30 6 ('art r 1da _ .I
Let BO __ ___ 9 17.1 6 Hart J F .82 ----n 1 :
28 10 10 V L .____ 1.1'
1// C.ry.
10 and 2. ____ __
.:__ _. .___ _
._
Lot 117 ______ ____.____ 27 80 I ,\ ._ .
___________ or A 8
Lot IT __n.__________________________ A 27 81 Ii. Unknown ______ .82 Lot 2. ________-----.______._.._ __ :.. 28 2' aI/ 5 George Ed ____ .BI 8..1..1. L... I..t..t_ '. Nab. fDlvlalon I'I

Lot 88 ---- : -:::::::::::::: 9 27 81 5 Unknown .. 82 Lot 66'----------------------------- 28 2. ao 5 Unknown _.____ .82 ot all. __._,.___ 4'o. .. 15 11 ao
Lot 108 -?::::::::: ::_ 9 27 81 5 Unknown ..:::.: :,82 1..1. 443 and 94'____ _________-__ 26 28 8110 Unknown ______ 1.1' Lots I. 9. ------- .
zOo 23
"..1..1. I..... .It I..t..t Ca'. ".h.. .;... Lot 148'r--_------- 2., 28 3" U 5 Ur..n. I. ______ .82 2.. 25.I 30 1.,18% 17.15.44 to 21.52 tn.a4..

Ivl.lon of WH: 10 27 81 .4 1..0. 96 ______u___. __. _______.___.____ 28 28 ao 5 White. N R __n ..12I..t 54.119.81.88. 78, 7K. 82. 83.
( Lot B. t. 8, 9.; 10 1-------------- 1(11'( ___u-------n------- 28 28 311 5 101l.lon. E A ___ .12 $7. 8.70,1.7. 99 100 ,
,
88, 40,' '1. 64, 6J, 69. 69, 74, 7t1. 86, 1/2- Lot 11110 ___________ ___ _. ___.._.....u._ 26 26 3u 6 McGrath J Ii __ .442 103.8:08Oio: 109.: 110"112 i 114 11012p
101 108 117. 118. 121 and. 124 ... .-. 10 27 31 140 St. Cloud Development Lot IIi) ___ ____ __. --u____ 28 28 30 5 Alexander A T .81 Inc.. to Inc. and : __. 80 355 (' Dcvciopuu t
12 11 1 h 2 I.Ut
,1 Il
Co. __ 1164 Lot 26 26 30 5 T .92 .
1 Lot 7 ___n____.__ _,_____.____ ________. 10 27 31 5 Unknown .hu .82 1.01 VI'5 -:::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: 26 26 30: 5 Klemp..d'l'DA___ :.82 2. and ____ _____________ 16 30 Fin . ('0 __ 2t 3.

Lot 24 __--__--__.________----______._ III 27 31 //I (farter L B ___.: .82 I.ot 126 __ _'_____ _. ___ ____.___. ._ .__ 26 28 8u /I/ Kempp J U ___ .83 Lts 2& 1____ ____1_ _ __._. __ ___ ___ _ __ __ 15 2 30 1 I.) . I J J____ 155
Lot 44 _____uuun_______ ____?___ 10 27" 5 Htratton J S ."2 lot 127 __ _. __ ____ ___ ______ .___.__ ___ 2. 26 31/ 6 ,Alexander 0 T .12 1..ot "H ____ __ __ ____:___ '_ 16 27 3n 5 Mulnn. ,82
BT ___________ _________________._ III 27 31 5 ___ t----- (..d'.n. 444.442
Lot Ilatton Sam 1 92 l
Nrtl.ule laud A I.'........ l"..'. BubDlrla4on I..t 17 _____ ___ ___ ___ _ .____ 15 30 5 Brown. J . 10
Lot. 78 and 71 _________:_____. ________ .10 27 31' 10 Unknown __ ____ 1.19 I ot all u-__. _h_______ __ ___ 27 28 30 I 1.I _-- __ ___----_ _" ____ ____ 16 2 3n I TrnVnlilc.. ._ ,H:
OemlBole I.... A .....meat 4 ...'s Nub+ I.ot N _ ___ __ ._-____uu_________._ 27 a8: 30 6 Luce. C 0 _____ ..442lA.t Lot 127 ___ u____ _.___ __ u____.___. 16 10' HrouKhl. .J I I':. .,!
Division of NU and N M of KKVt and In _. _-__ __ __ __ ______..____.-- ---_ 27 26 8U :5 l'nknown __uu .to2 "' ..I.ol"I..d .It I..t (0.'.. ."_ .2 .
SEW of 8E% and NK14 of NW" ._ 0 26 80 Lot 31 __u__. __ ____.__._______.______ 27 26! 311 5 1Varing. M B '1' .82 HI'1810. ot all cxerpt "I'J'I or $l'4 n I' 27 80X
Lot 48 _____----,-..__?____,------ ---. 9 26 SO 5 St' Cloud Development 1.01. BII, U and 98 _________________-- 27 26 3116. url .n\\\ nbough Iot. 8. 4. I1. 1.' 14, 16.16,19. 2'
Co. __ 1.32 __ l.h6 2.. 27 to 3A In". to47 Ine. S.. .
Lot 45 ___________________Lu--___ 9 26 30 McDermott.M\ M 102 I..t III _____nn_____________ _______ 27 28 8\( 5 ('amphell A IL .442 69/ 60. C2. 65. 7N to KI Inr. $&. &. 91:
Lot SB and 68 ___u-' __.____?____-_" II 28' 80 10 / Roberts T M .. 1.66 Lots $9 al90 ________ ____-____ "_ 27 26 311 11// ('ohenlg. J __ ,442 112. 9.. / A7. 100. 1\1.(\ 10.. 107. 111'. .
Lot 85 ______________________nn-. ___ 9 26 SO 5 Klnirmnn. J H _- Lug Lot 'IMI __n.U_____.___.._ __.. 27 ..26 30 5 UlIlam 1\1 J n_ .101/1/ 1a. 17 10 1. Inc? and 128 ?_ .__ 1 2 I'It.' Cloud I'PI'.I. .
Lot 69. 76., 86. and 92 __________.---__ \\I 28 30 20 Sharp, J N ____ 2.66 "' ...1..1. laud c\: lavrulmeat ('u'a Sub.Dlrlelon 30.,31 Co. [5,10-
Lot 112 ...___________________. ._______ 9 26 30 6 Hubert. II F __ .1.02 or All ___-______h_-__'____ ,29 2. SO I.ot 44 -- ,,---------------r--------- 16 Y 10 S. OI..P.1 __ . .Hr
$emlBole laud A. I.,......... < ...'. Kuh.Division iota 1 and 111 ___________._________h. 211 26! 3170 Zubrl..kle, F L.. 1.19 Lot ti ____ ._= ____..--_____._ 18 2r 10. 6 (lak'r. ,I A _ .10%.
of SH of NI0 4 and I-q..u 10 26 30 Lot. 8. 14<<. tA, 30 -___ -----.--------- 26 30 2" Unknown _.____ 1.92 I Lot C ?---_ ;._______ __ ___ 16 17 SO Carter. J _._ _ .
Lot 62, 61 66, 79. and 126 ____ ________ lit 26. 3125' St. Cloud Developnunt Iota I and 13 ________-________________ 29 28 311 10 Nolun (1 00____ 1.111 Lot -.___'____ ----------- 1 27. 80 I Thnlchcr I. .HZ.
\ Co.' .. 636 1.,01. 17 and .2 _._______________.-.-- 28 26 8f laVrlghtI D Lu_ 1,19 Lot '703------------------------------- 27 30 6. _t__/_ .8
U.lu"
Lot 15 and 46 _______n.n 10 26 SO 10 Fonei, C 2.29 lot 3& ._____________'_________________ 28 26 30 6 Unknown ______ ..442Lot. M.mln..I.'I..nd A Inveutme.t ('o.s' Nub.1lvlelon . ,. - :
......1..1. Lad R I.,......,.. ('a.'x Nub.' 3N and .3 ___d.u- 28 26 81/ 111 Farming 0 ____ 1.111 ot 4:44----------------------- .27 10. '

Division of all except NH of NV4 __ II 26 30 Lot 42 ___ ___ ____________ ___. ________ 28 26 31/ 5 Nmlth Jaa ,82 Late 4. 1. 20. 29. 33. '8. 8&. 6777. U.
Lot 34 and lit __._. 11 20 SO 10 St Cloud Development tot 61 ___ ___ ___ ._____-_-__.__nh. 211 26 80 5 Nwearenger 1!_ .82 110. 81. !S, 98. 12. 18. 17. a.d 18_ 17 2 30 00 SC Cloud 1..1OP"Ilt r
Co. __ 2.59 Lot fofl _. _ ______ __nn__________._ 210 26 '31/ 6 Footer A J _,u .82 Co. __ ,7.flT
| Lot 63 ._?..-.- 11 28.0 6 Ash.w.oud, L U __ 1.3k Lola fl9 urn-------------------------- 2 1 %. 3110 Jaques. 1J ___ 1.19Lot 1.01. 45 and 52 _ __u______ ________ _ 17 1/7/ 30. 10 .Ralh.rH. .: _,
Heir. BH con. of Lot 66 rt.N201\ ft. 11\\ ________u______ ____ _. "________ 26 26.0 5 Head F 111 __u .n l..ot' 441 _--_____ ___ _____________ !- 27 30 5 Jenklna. \ __ JI.
W 140 ft. B 205 ft. B 140 ___ 11 '18.0 1 John C' __ __u_ .96 I.ot 86 __________ __ ___n______________ 28 :.18. 30 I 6 Unknown __.n- .92 Srml.ul. lard dn...._.. /'o'u Nub.Dlvlelon 1 \
Lot 'B8 ______.,---_--_ 11'' 2ft SO '/B Unknown .,____n 1.29 Lots ilK and 127 _____ ________--u 28 2. ao 11/ Penn. T .__nu 1.11 ot1 flocks 104, 105 and
Iota 69 and 70" ___-- 11 28'" 10 Macon C A .... 2.29! lot 1441 ._ __ __ _____ n__._____._____ ___ 211 28 30 6 Ellerd. Wm ____ .101 WH and beir. SB cur. of '
Lot 75 ....__. 11 20 80 6 Ullpln. Mm V__ I.38 Lot 1011 __ _--___ _.___--___--__._____ 28 26 3u -6 1''eatherly C __ .12 Black 104/ run W 1080 ft to Mas*.
Lot 81 ____.______._. 11 2. 30 6 Tllton. I U ____ 1.38 Lot 28 ,26 30 b Unknown .N2 Ave., then S to Lake Hunnymede,
Lot 84 and 93 11 2C 80 10 Unknown _n_':_ 2.29 Lot m :::::=::::::::::::::_ ::::::::: 28 26' 30 b Unknown :::::: :.82 thence H-Knsterly to N line of Lot .

R Lot 96 ........_._. -.. H 26 30S fi Unknown ---- .1 38 Lot 111------------------------------ 28 26 31/ //I llughea. F H __ ,102 6 Block 106 then E to Conn. Ave, )
Lot 1b---------------------------- 30 6 Snartc, J. j.-.... 1.*8 Lot 121 _:_______..___________..____ 28. 28 '30 6 Cleveland It ,A .12 thenCe N to tieg., being part of plotLola
8..1..1. L.." A I."........* ('.'. SobDlvlslon . 11..1.01. L..d .t: ........... ('n'. Huh of Hunnymede..__ __ _31. 12 25i
of all except'Ns'oONIV'' 12 LB 80 1iII1''I..lon.or.JoJ'II' of E49 and HW 4,: or J: '''; -'ai,; ( 289/ to 295 Inc., 814 10,82.1-Inc., 346 '
Iotsw86B0, tltl7 9.. 10 1//5// 10 ", NJo:',. and 144'44 U 28 311 dlols2l 1/11/ Inc.v. 378 to aIO"nc.J< 'I j "
and III"III. 17 !8 80 /8 Sl Cloud Dev 1 I lID 2. 30 6 Thornton, D k! Ito"; (' i.to( HI' In to.2 ,
opment n 14.8 30l.ot 1U Nm/th.G 1 1.19 to' b19,1n 'i ,
1.01..23 end 29 211 11 26 2 0 UonNgan J I '
Y Lot. If and 19 18 48 80 0 CrxrdlG 1 12.2U 29 26 .11 ,. 8 Thornloh / i 83 Lob 30Uto1.0. In ,aa to .n In" V" 4
lot H 19 Y8 80 b Wlkerean 11.38 I..t 128 lID 26 ao 8 S/S 442 36 \ 3O'toto'lne' .,
11 11110 ; /
Iot 18 Y8 80 b ReedIR4 ll.38 Lot 20 28 31/ 5 ClarkaReA 82 .3. Ine. |4 0 .8 46 }
Lot .8 38 Lot .81 "__ ____ 29 26 10 6'-King,. -- .82 I /Incf -- 48 3! 25 11 ES Donegan J R t'fJ-r
Lot 61 _., __, ____________ 12 26 30 b Allen, W N' 1,38 n W .. land ......... .. ,8e ,
------- ------ Iota 112 and 115. ____________________ 29 26 30 10 Steager, F .- L69Semluel. 1..lao d I. ('o "ah ,,
'- Lot 78 12 26 30 6 Infcersol. C L 1,38 . of
.. ..... NV
I..d A I. ( 0' SubDlvlelon
-
Lot 88 :::::::::::?-:::::::':::::::::=:. 12 26 80 G WvlllK. F .. _ 1-38 of 1;;'": of NE4 and Lot, 4__ 82 2. 10 of SBS4; and NFV4goflS1except.____ s .26 h

Lot 85 __ __ __ __ __._ 12 26 80 6 Murphy. M L _ 1.38 Lot iii ______ ____ ______ __ _ __._ 82 211 80 6 Andrewa, C Joh .11 Lou 1. 2. 8. 4, 29 to 16 Inf. 61 to 69
Pmt 88 =_ ____ __ ______. 12 26 SO 6 Saner, Ufi ____ __ 1.38 Lots fo8 and 7A 12 26 30 11'ryburtr.. .J I... I.U Inc? 92 to 101 Inc., 124/ to 133 Inc..
Lpt 92 _n____mm__mm_____ E 12Lot 26 30 Humks, J H ... 1.38 11..1.01. I..d d----T-----------------I. ......... ('0,'. "ub. 14411/44.21al1Li111-. 158 to 164 In". 188 to 198 Inc. 219 to I '
111 ___t 12 26 SO B Tllton, I Hfi _ _ 1.38 Illv"'l..n or all except Joloj, ot N444 231 Inc. 250 to 260 Inc. 9851 to 292 .
Lot 116 12 2< 3D Davl, M A 1.88 30 Inc __ __ _____
--- -- ---- -- and 8'% ot 'Jo; % _____ 33 28 n--------- _ 8 26 116'i
ad + Lot 127 and 128 _-.-- -_______. __._ _..._ 12 26 30 10 Carr, Wm II -- 4.13 1.01. H _u___ __ __uu-----__ ____ .. _________ as :8: .30 G St. Cloud Dovelopment Lot 271, 274/ 303, 106. 318, 389 to 346 3 Donegan JR. 38 49
911. KesslBole laud A lB.e......... < <.. .. Nub. "' Co. __ 1.12 Inc 406

Division of all ______.>.___ __ -'i_. 11 26 SO Lot 3 ___ _.__ ________________._________ 33 ::. 80 6 FrlLl..y. f1 Vi __ :: .h2 Inc, 899 435 to 444 to Inc.412 Inc 453, to 421 462 to Inr 430. '

,9, Lot 21, 16, 44. 62. 51, 60. 61, N7, 90/ Lot 28 __________ ______ _____ ________. 33' 2. 30 5 ( t..good. J 10.____ ."2 4fiN to 476 Inc, 485 to 492 Inc., 601, to
107 and 114 ______'.. :..,._ _____ ... 13 21! 30 EC St. Cloud .
Development
I u Lots 81 and .2 nu__ ___ ____. .________ 83 28 30 11/ Unknown ___.n 1.18 508 Inc. __ '
Co. ,- 7.13 Lot 83 ______ ___ ___nu___ __ .______ 33 2. 30 Ii Bnrtlelt W L __ .8! -------n 6 26 3 86 !4 St Cloud l.v..l.opm..nt .
Lot 45 -____n__ ___.___.____ m___ _. _ IS 280 1\\ St. Cloud Detelopment Lot 8. ___upu_________________ 38 28 80 G Unknown ______ .82 Lot 165 -------_ ____ _ __ __ 8 34.70'
--
Co. -- IS2 Lots f6 and I - ___ ___--_ ___ ____ 33 26 31// II// Unknown _Un_ la lot 431 _ ______ __ __ __ ______ 2 B 1'4 Wanner. Paul.. ,oz
----
Lot 11 .. ___ 13 26 30 - -- 114 Recd D .
u------ 6 Smith. J Wlinxter __ 1.112 Land I..m... ( Sob- Lot 467 __ ____ _ C B :
__
Lot 63 _.__._ 13 26 30 5 Mert __ 12 .i..I.. ot 'C' 18 30 _____ . _ _ 28 B 1'4 Unknown-------_ .

1; Lot Lot 84 __ ____ _____" 18 26 30 6 10'1..ml III(. 10A .- 1112 lot 110 ____ _ ___except____ _S\_ _____vt___8'V'4_____ 3 28 311 6 Julian. ( IV ___ .142 Lot- 497 498ot _--_---__-_--__-- -_--__-_-_-_- .________________ .__: 8 6 26 3 1'4 Cr 127 i_ 13 26 30 5 Unknown /1-----. 1.023erl.ole I.ot.12/ and foi _ ___ .___ ______________ 8. 26 31 11/ Taylor 8 ___. 1.19 Lot 499 a- ___ 26 I 1 >4 Weldon RCoppuck. _____ 1.86
Laad A .."..t....- Lo.'s Mub.Division Lot 66 _______ _ ._____._____ ______ 54 28.0 //I Nnwyer a P _ N2I."t lot 600 -----n. _ _ 26 11 J I __
Lot 88 of all _._ 14 26 30- 72 ____.__._ __n_ __________:______ .4 28 311 -5 II.hOl. n F __. .102 Nemlaole-Laad-- .A Iavectmen'o..'. Nrb- I 28. 11 Youngblood. M_ 'IS
-------------------------------1/ 26 30 B St. Cloud "bevelOpment lot 13 .'____________ __ _ __u________ 8. 21 311 6 J M __ .442 Division of fractl. KVi and SK4! of '
Lot I' Co .. 1.12 I..IH 125 and 128 __._._h___. -_____ 3. 2 30 10 Nehle, A. 10' ____ 1.1 8W '4 except Lake Front Add. ____.. 30
_,__ 14 26 30 10 Unknown __ 1.5& Srmisole I..d'd: l.V.atmeat (,'0.. 9uhDlvlplon Lot I 2
Lot SO _____ 126 30 1W..I. M 11 -___ 882------------------------------ 30 Harris Ja. _
1.02 ot all except 81: or NW'4 26 30 J 11 3.14
ir Lot 66 _._.___ .._ 14 26 30 //I' Farr, B' J P :___ 1.02 Lots 6. 47. 50. 51. 63.1 66, 19. al '4 .I..I. Laud A iBVentraeBt ( ..*. Nub. .
71 _-_________?______,_________ 14 26 30 .6 Brunk. W' ____. 1.01/ 113. 3. I. I. Division of all fractl. except Lake -
Lot 76 _____n_________,_ 14 2a.0 5 Unknown __ __ 1.02 117. o. 101 103. 108. 10, Front' Add. -----_________._________ SI 25/ 30SO "
28
30 St.
Lot 80 __._,_ 14 26 30 5 Barber, A J n Jr 2.20 1: 17. 11. 12, 13. 15. and 111 i 1 10 Cloud D..v..l1.1' Lots 446. 461. 452, 477. 478. 483 484, .
i opment Co, 10.90 485, 608, 609 and 810 __________ __
Lot 10S .. ___ '
S Lot 108 ----. .. 14 26 80 fi McQuillan, T .. 1.02 7 __---_____ _--_-__-._nmn___ 3 28 30 I Crawford. W -F :,82 I I 10 .St Cloud Development .

loll 110 -----u.1 and 116 .____.__ 14 26 80 6 Thompson C B 1.1/2 Lot 36 ____.-.-__- -__- --________ '. 3 26 311 Unknown ___ .n ralBole L.." A I......... r..*a Brbb- Co. .- 4.11lvl.lon
_..._._ 14 26 80 n.
10
Morton _
J C ___ 1.61 Lot 106 26 80 //I Unknown ______ .82 of
Fractl.
Lot lit and 126 _._ 14 26 SO 10 Unknown ______ -00-----------------------/- KM except. Lake .
1.1\1\ Lot 9H 36 2. 30 5 C ___ __ .111
. brucev Front Addition __________ __
.la. .
e l L... A .......... I. ... -----------r----- u. 1 26 30
Nub
lot 113 _._ ______ 36 2. 30 5 H J ..13Nrml.ol. .
1 I. Division of all 16 26 30 _ -----n---n_ Tra".r. Lot. S, 6, 6, 26 to 30 Inc., 61 to 40
_
Lot S,, 18 94, 91 and 128 _nu.________ 16 26 30 26/ St: Cloud Development La.d ot t ._._.n.._.-.-__.___Co'__-.-_Subltvlelon ___- 36 26 30 Inc.96 68 to 98 13 to Inc, 1 to 70 Inc, tl 134 to .

Lot I' Co. .. 2,C9 L. 8. 8. 12. H. l. 26, 80. I. 34., 16. to l h Inc.. ..1.0111ll,2h.1.o 160 .li,
--- -------------- 16/ I/B/ 30 6 Moore, B __ __ .82 3. .0 8t. Cloud
--- bevelopment
n. and __ ____
SL- n 87. 60. Inc '
167. 420
Lot -----.__-__ -- -___--_ 15 28 80 6 Holmes, P J ._ .82 I., 6. 7 7 u 2 & Co. __ 7.10 18. ,

Lot 81 88 -. ;___.___ 16 28 30 6 Kee, F -------$2 Lola 21 and 2 ______________________ 8 2 30 10 nick. C L __ I.U 45.-., 478, 479, 480, 483 611, u____ 1 t 80 91 !4it St. Cloud Development :
.__ ._ 16 26 80 6' Beck W C __ __ .82 lot 26 __ _____ 6 MeRa J ___ ..83Undly. Co _. 3900
Lot 62 nu.n. I 2.0 I Lot 135 _____________________ _____ I
I -------n_____ 15 26 80 6 Law J W ..828S Inl. In Lol. 40 10 Tilton 1 1.11 J SO 114 Heyler, W II _. 1.OS:
Lot 66 41. 5 and 1 Lot 217 ______ __________ __
--- -------n------u---u-- 16 26 30 5 Hathaway, C ,1* Lot ______ ___ _____ _ 86 811 6 lilllborn C D_ nu 1 80 Child*. O N _... 1.0& a
} t Lot 68 and 77 6 __ ______._ .81 849 ____uu___________________'
Lota 82 and ___ ._ 16 28 30 10 carr, R R .i.. 1.19 Lot ___________ _..______"_.________ .8 SO a Stebbina. E H __ ..2 Lt 478 I 86 30 Unknown ___*.-_ 1.02
Lot 91 95 __. _n_ 16 28 80 10 ,mor. J C ,9. 1.19 Lot 97 __.u.___-_______ ________ 38 2. 80 6 lferryman 8 L. .BI Lot 481 -----------------_--J--- ------ I 86 80 Mallet. W J___ .02
nn ;
-- --
.__._ -
-------
____
---- 1 26
Lot 98 __'" _n 15 26 30 6 I'adKett. Henry .82 Lot 9K un_______ __ ______.__________ 16 2. 80 //I Unknown ._____ .81 Lot 483HemlBole- - 80 114 _n_.. 1.02 ..
Lot 98 -.__._._._"_ 15 26 30 6 Femyer'P _. __ .82 Lot 10 __n________..______ ________ .1 2. 811 I Potter. J .J ____ .11 .:;; ro.;a-Sab.Division 1 1 30 144 Unknown ___u. 1.02 BW
Ixfts: oi--u----un-------------u__ 15 26 30 /6 l.nrlmor.J C .82 Lot --___"__ ___ _______________ 2 80 6 8weene. J M __ .1 d'i-____,_ : .
__
__ .. 15 a 26
26 30 :: : 80
OeaslBQl Lad A I........... '....*. Hub 10 Warner, Au 1 19 "...1..1. laud .It I......... (,'.:. 8.b. Lot 11 to 22/ Inc., 41 to ES Inc., B6, 66,

Division of NHK of HK14 _"___ ___ 1B 1 26 30( Ilvl.lon ot ..1 ___ .__--____ _--_ 1 2 SO 73. 74. 7 to 83 Inc., 86., 87, 88, 106.
Lot. 66, 80. 81 and 96 ______u_...I_ 16 !C 30 20 St. Cloud Dev'elBe.l..le 1. I. IL 41. 4B. U. 6. 117. U. 108 111, 112. 118, 114, 117 1.0. 143,
61. 75. 1..1l1 47 18. 90, 95. 12. 146, 86T 268/ S69 ST6 277/ 278 299, 1
Laad A J..t.... {.....'. Mu1. opment Cp. .- 222 1' 10. 11. 128 and, 17 _____ n_ 1 J .0 16 St. Cloud Development 800, 301, 108. 809, 810, 331, 882. 333
Division of Lola 8, 4 Co __ 10.54 S40, 341, 342. 363 373, 896 432.
4 % and W* of 8KH _and____BK'/i:___\._of B\V 17 26 30 Lot I ____ _______.___ _____________ 1 27 80 5 rlKht. E 10) ___ .81 433, 462 to 467 Inc., 8. to 603 Inc.__
____
Lot 75 .- __ Lot 81 ________________ 1 27 80 5 Buradale. C H__ .82 3 26 30 lit St. Cloud Dcelopnunt -
17 ------u-----
Lot 77 and_84 17 26 30 6 Unknown ___ 82 lot ___ _unnu_______ _____ 1 2.0 5 Rennetb. E A __ .82 I.ot 106 _un ____________ ___ Co. _. 66.94
.". t OesalB.!* Lad A_laTrBfaiCBt <:.... 26 30 10 Barber 1Vm -- 1.19 Lot 58 _____ ______ ___ _.__________ 1 //I Unknown ______ .AI Lot 208 and 309---- ______ __ 3 26 80 1U2M McKlnmle. o .-- 1'02
Division of Eli: of Kto Hub. 19 26 30 Lot t ----_______ ___--_ ______ ; 1 1/7/ 30 a Melbourne W._ .11 Lot. 288 and 243 ___u______*_____ __ 3 26 30 Jurtn..r, O S, -- 1'/65
Fractl, Lot IB and It Lot 6 ___________u___ ___.-___-:___ 1 27 30 //I Carr. J ______._ ..81Lot. Lot 240 and 241 ____ __ 3 26 30 214 A -- 2'6ffIS
1126 --
-.-. 30 6 St. Cloud Development and 77 __._-_________________ I 27 80 10 George. T '_n__ 1.111 Lot 427, 438, 4S9 and 470SeB -3 26 80 24 Runner o- __ .15
i Co. ._ 1.18 Lot 9N ________ _______._ ____________ 1 27.0 6 MclCewn J B __ .82 3 2 10 6 SI..lnwa'ld..l.
Lot 47 _________._______________ 19 16 00
Lot 81 ___________.___________ __....___ 19 26 30 30 S 5 Hannah, El V .. :.82 Lot III _______________________________ 1 27 80 a nile). W G ____ .82 laoIe Laud A ........... .'. Sab. -______ 2.9*
Unknown ._____ .88 (
? Lot 10/1/ _____________ ____ 27 10 a "Ichl... D W .__ .A'
Lot 96 ___________.___?______.._ .____ 19 16 30 6 Unknown ______ .83 un Division of NEVi and K % of .
1
_ 27 30 a J H
lot 107 _____ _ ____________ .81
.., Lot 9T ________-_n______________ ... 19 26 80 6 Marsh C H ____ .82 Neml..le n L.." .It I..t.- ... ( .. "_ PI.t. W% of SE14. except R R Htw. NWI 4 26 10 ,
Lots 111 and 114 _______. ______ ?__: 19 26 30 10 Jones, J H .___ 1.19 Dlvl.lOn ot all 01'o. .b-__ 2 27 .0 LoU 2, 6. 6. 9, 24 to 28 Inc., 32, 37 to 42 "
a Lot 118 _____._______________________ 19 26 30 E March C H ____ .82 Lot. a to 1. Ine. except and 10.8'11 23 28 eWI Inc., 66, 66 c..ni 69, 60, 61, 63. 64. 6I. .
Lot 1ST .____________________..__..... 19 2"0 6 Unknown ._.... .88. 89. 41. '2. 13. 65. 58. 670,, 11. 73.7. 87'lo' 76 to 9B I Inc, 98 to 106 , 1
PcaslBBl* La.. A lBeatssBt <,...'. !iu"- 81. 110 and 55 __.______ 2 .0 St. Cloud O..v.lopm..nt Inc., 108 117. 119, 123 to 127 Inc. 181 J I.
Division of all .....___._._______ 20 16 SO 71. 7. 7. 8. u 2 10 Co. __- 11.IA to 114 Inc.-388 140. ISO 151. 154. ICfi, I',

.. Lot 11 ____._________..____T_.______.- 20 18.11 E Babcock W R_. .88 Lot 1. ______________________________ 2' 27.0 5 M __y__ .82 156, 165. to 171 Inc., 12.1 to 188 Inc, :I
Fo..lk.
-
Lots 11 and 11 ..____....------_____ 20 16 10 10, Scarr, F O __.. 1.19 Lot 17 ______________ I 27.0 I C .81 190. 197 to 204 Inc. 213 to 317 Inc.. .
Lois IT and SS ....___......____._...L 20 f80 10 Unknown .__.. 1.19 Lot II ___ _________L--------- I 27.0 a Unknown W .8. 230. 229 213 to 285 Ine,. 246 to 25. .. . ,
Lot. 20 and ,28, ....____........._._:_. SO 16 10 10 Orr I ___.____ 1.19 Lots. and nr.( _______ ______ In. 20 Unkno..p -_-_-_-_. 1." 'I Inc., S63 to S<4 Inc.; SSI, 343, 288. 194, f
Lot SS --__.....______..__.__,________ 20 26 "80 S Unknown ...... ..83.SS Lot .1.__i.... I_ ________.___________.__._ 2 17' 80 I Rlchardson,82_ 296. 16. 118, 11. SIB 326, 337, S38. : .l
Lot 4 8 .__ _. .. SO 16.0 B Unknown ...... 346, 846, 847. 869, 360, S77. 378.
---- -- ------- - 7. _________._ ________ ___ I 11.0 I Cb..man W. V .8' ,
1 f' Lot tS .....__.J__.................... 20 16, 10 B Mohr. :M L .... .83 Lt. I' _-__. _._.____M_.. _.:. __ : ..._. I 17.0 5 Abbott. C R .81 379, 390, 391, S9S, 409, 410. 411, 444. rt f,
Lot 85, (2. 101 and 101 ..........__- SOSO 11 10 30 Unknown ,...... 1.91 Lot 97r- ______-._._-.______ ''I 11' I Splar 3 0----? .1 463. 4TB, 476, 186. 481. 606, 606, SOT. "I'.
Lot 85 _. -- SI 80 S Wheeler N W .88 .._..1. Laud d. C... 508 .. .. .. '
: BubDlvlslon 4 21
I..t --------------- ----- ----- 10 US St. Cloud
Lot 110..M------r.------------.. 20 SI SOSt 15 Unknown ...... LSI 01 R6 ____ I .0 Development 1

t a>_.* Laud A. 1.._._.. V.'. Bub. I It Lou 2.1.1. U. 10.u---. 41 47. I Lot 111 ..___T-_..._-.__-..._ ._..... 4 II 10 174 Thompson Co. _. ".45 (
.;+ Dlvlalon of all except, NWK of NVVA4 21 10 .45. I. 47. n. 2.11. U. and 811_ 17 80 100 St. Cloud De".I.opm..nt Lot 13 -----------..--___.___=.__-_._ 4 I' .0 I%, _A ... .81 C
_.
Lot. IS Mid SI .. __ 31 tt 80 10 Unknown __ 1.11 .82 "
.
,- ------- Co _. 3,10 438 and 434 -___-,___._____ 4 1.0 1 s"h-nol?
,. Lots 14 and 1* _---_________.____.__ SI St 80 10 Richards K V.1.11 Lot _1 __ ------------- -----____ 1 a1.0 : WIDdal. W C __ .'1 Lot 44/48, 466, 466, 4TS, 4T4, 48.nd .., A
1J Lote' 13 and, 68 ,, r21 tt SOIt 10 Moor. M L ... 1.:11 .0&1..1.Lad a. ine.t..e.t lab. 48. '.-----.--:1--L------__.L___ ._-____ 4 10 10 Y
r, !iI Lot tl .:..._.,-_________....__ 11 10St B Culver H .. .82 Dlvl.lon 01 all __Mu_____ c.________ 10 21 .0 C, Wa D_.'. Sib-Dlvld..1 L4 $1' .1 10 Da..I.. F 3.19 6
'j' Lot, s ._____ ._t .__ 11 80 I Beetlman H A .<* Lou 14. 4.. n. 10.. 10_. 107. Lot IS Block D -- IIYlaallBar 1 II_ _
---
i\ Lots S1.ea fi.r-_______. ___..__ 31 St 10 10 Harr].. W .. 1.1t and II' _______..___,_-__-_11._.-_ 11._ 10 1.0 45 SL Cloud Denlopmant A II..W.bD8vi.l... *C v. Whaley. L C r lag. ,
I Lot 97' _,. ;. ___.. _.___ _ .._._.._ 31 It SOSt B Whltcomh. N A .18 Co. __ 4.1' 3N BB* ..-----.- ..---.--__.-.._ 11 I' '0. :n IJ
x LoU lot and 11} :_ _..._.. .1--_ 11 SO,. 10 Prentl. B FBenedlz. __, 1.11 Lot is ____-__._..__.____._.____ 10 .1 10 15 WI.on. D I___ .1 Lot 78 7* Block.B ----------.... .. __ __ __ N
Lot us _________._______....__..., ,_ SI 11.0 C O _-*- '...! Lot 4'1 a-----.. --- 10 J .0 10 Da.l.T _..__, 1.11 WllllBwB B-DlTtalBa .f L..v___ I' .0 C14. _____. 6.10 "',
>SBilB .. L.Bd A. llDlTlalon ... -. c:.... ...- Lo 10_-.--_._..___ .____ 1 J'O I L'c .I! Lot I to 13 Ine. .--..-.---------_.--. 1 __ __ A "'
of all a____-___>- ..... .... ( Lot _..__._____ ____.__ / 15 S..rl..7. W .1, Do".an J '1.42 .
Zx>t. IS, IT..SL. 0 l .Qd 19 _..____-.--_ IIY.J St. Cloud D...elopmtnt t 1. .._.._____..___:_...____ 10 17.0 I FI.k.J A'r.-' Lou 18. 1.1' II. and II ---------_,.J ._ .. __ 7ela.y. O .A._.._ 4.11
'- Co. M S.CI Lot __ 10 I ..| LoU 31 11. 14.0. an36 .
-- -- f 11 - -. --- (".OReL, ,obl f' I. --. \_ 4. 1 Waring I J_ '' -


., : :\\ 1 V ,

(< i ,

'I' )l- :' t.:> <* < '1ij'if \ } .:
I .
> ,
,
'
'
< . 1.LI1 ," p: 1 f'',.f t' 't/.u f.lJJ



e.kplr .
,v '
1 > 1

'

... 11 1 l
II''
.


THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY MAY 3, 1918 '' THIRTEEN'



I .' .,j .

ti ) vsA adA .. !!: iJ
.. .
i DESCRIPTION LAND a e r ..I OWNER j; DESCRIr.TION OF LAND g :: ... OWNER a M i DESCRIPTION OF LAND' .. a j i OWNER a =
? i
__ Or 1 0 ayU 0 1 ,.M ::: = k. : .0 .a. ii.. .t. g .
EFe ..1 o 6.b'
; t 5 ::; 1 .1 V. t t! : ,
F { ci!
j. I: = ''''iI So.W r t5 .< ..-: : r .. =

.. .

".1__h ....- ... .. .f Lte .v ., Lot. 1, 2. t and 4 Block 9S ______.._. -.. .- -- .. Bt. Cloud Development Lot 24 Block, 184 ....__...__.....-.... .. .. ._ ._ J.nnln.r*. D._ S.SS
M mmm 4. ______. __--_...._ ___ .. 26 SO Co. .. R in Lots 11. 1E.. 11. 16. 19. 20. and SI Block
11 Block A .-______ .__-_-__..?__.-. Caakey 0 L --. 1.19 Lot. 17, 18 and SO Block 05.----------------; : Booth M -:.- 780 185 ---.--..::-.---..-------- ---.-.- e.. ,.. -. -- St. Cloud, Dave)
.
II Block A __u_________tt___________ -__- -_-_ _-_- _--, Lewis. M N ___. 1.1' Lot 1*. Block .S ___ .._-_________. __ .. .- .. Hall P W _'n 1.6t ,; opment Co .. 11.71
tit T Block, R wRode.., R R ___ t.I' Lot. to IS Inc., Block M ..... .. ..... .. --, .. .. Hall P W ____ '..' Lot 14 Block 18S -.-.-... .. _. ._ __ ;John, J .._ I."$
10 Block B __n__________.__.__... .u __ __ __ Head F M _._-. 10.00 Lota 11.. 14. 17 and 14 Block 100 .... .. .. .. .. -St. Cloud Devel-. E 40 ft. of Lots SS and 14 Block 186 .. .. ._ __ ._ Deachner. F Bv.St. .....
;. 110 ft. B ofNW cor. of Lot 3* / Block opment Co. .. 8.10 Lots S, 4, 7. 8, 10, 11. IS, Block 188--------: ... __ . Cloud Dave)
run E 60 ft. 8 ISO ft. W 60 ft. N Lots 1,. S, 17. IS, SI and 11 101.--------- St. Cloud Development opment Co .? I....
ISO ft. ____ ____ ____._.____ ISIS St '0' .. Leafs W N ... J.SS Co. ._ 1178 Ml t Block 186 __.___u -...... __ __ ._ __ Brooka. T _._ ....
/1. rl...n. Lot 14 and 8H Lot 11 Bloii i01.------. _" Menirel. A F____ .S.SS Lots 7, 8, 9. 11 and 11 oc87_;.....__ e- __ __ _. St. Cloud Dove

Lot IS Block 1 ___ _ ....__._... .. .. .. Fuhry. C __'___ 1.1' Lob 11 and SS Block 10.' . .... ... ..... .. --" .. __ 8t. Cloud vvel. opmant Co. ':. 1.1I..t ,
un - ? :
Lota 16 and 1* Block 1 Bishop. B F ___ 1.12 Co. 816 10 Block 187 .-.__..,,..,!._-.. __ __ ._ Leliter C C .. 6.06
y Lot SO Block 1 _________-.__.......... .. ., __ __ Antoyne., F C .. I.U Lot 11 Block 101 .*___ ___ . ... .. .. -- -_ Unknown -____ S.6< Lots It and II Block 187 .-.---.-T-- ;: .. Zobrtikla. L '.. ....
Lot. 11 and 11 Block 2 _uu.,.?-___ .. ._ .. DCory. P H ____ l.tl L >t 16 ni ck 103 ./-___. ; .'_ . ..___ -- _- -- __ floorLot .(.. Ed ____ 111.1i Lots 9, 10 and SO Block 111 ?,__,-.._ __ -_ -- -_ St. Cloud Devel.opm .

[Lot SS Block S ..___.............. -7-. .. ._ ._ .. pit. Cloud Oevel- 14" Block 101 aUnknown: -.___. S.t* i -,. &nt Co. .. 11.11 ,
opment Co. .. 1.4' Lot 5 Block 1041 __..__.t..___..___..... .- .. .. .. Davis, M A ..... SOS Lot S Block 188 ....... ..... .. -- _. i.mm .7
Lot I Block I -..... .. __ "_' ._ Burlingame. Lot. 4 and 4 Block 107 .............. -- _- .. .. Unknown ___.<._ 160 Lot. 18 and 19 Block-18/ ---.--1- i.. __ _I .. "t"cioud fSXX.StfcTo'Jd . ,.
." 0..0.. .-_.___.. 1.11 Lot 14 Block 110. -...._._:........-... .- J.- ..' .. Unknown'---- n. 9
Lot 11 Block 1 ,._..__._._._ .__.....+., ... __ -_ Beetleman. H..A 1.1' Lot 6 Block 111 -_------.......,----- -", -- .-' .. Unknown ...... 1.*S Lot. 11. 13. IS and It Block 189 -_._.. _. __ __ __ ( DeV.i: ;
Lot II Block 4 : ... tTnknown' _:....... 1.1' Lot. IS and 14 Block 111 ._..,...,_.v_ .- .. .., .. Marshall. B B'6: 1.1' 1 opm.nt 17.2
Lot I BI..rk .1 2------------------------------__........-_r-....__..-.. _. '.._ _, Unknown _____. 1.1' Lots 16 and It Block IIS ..-._....... .. -- .. .. Seaveraon. B ... 3,81 Lot. T.' 8, 9. 19 and SO Block 1.0 !"--_-. .:_ -a __ _: 8t. Cloud I DeVV.BtfcTo'u'd
Lot 11 Block, 4 -------,4..L----------------- lfarn..thI; A _. 1.1' Lot. 10 and 20 Block 111 _........-*. .. .._ -- .. ... St. Cloud Devel- n." y
iU..bbln. E H.1.11 1.11 Lot. S, SI and SS Block 191 __.___._._ ._ __ __ DeVri: :
Lot III Block 4 __n_.__. .:._..:......_- ... ._ ParchuestCL'C -
Lot. II and I' IUork _-____ '._' ;lohn. C _'..8'"II' Lot 6 Block 111 ....._u._......,,.-.- .. <-- .., .. 1.19 opmant Ca 901 I
\': Lot 1 Block I _-_________.-.....---.---. ,,. ., ...:.. .a 8t. loudDeve1opment Lot. 11 and IS Block -US .-........ --- ... -- '.. Draper O 0 _.'_ 4.18 Lot 12 Block 11 Block____.......... "* Nelson I M ""*" S.ST ,
. . C... _- 1.4' Lots 17 .18 and 19 Block 111 ... .._..__:,-;;. __ -. __ St. Cloud, DevrNopment LoU 11 to 16 Inc lit ,_...*..-.- II "I __ Rr.rr F 0 -_._ 11. '
'e' Lot 1. Block 6 "___.__ ___._._ ._._ ._ __ .. ._ Donovan T. T _. 1.1' Co .. 1.96 Lot SO Block 11 .':---...-..,......." I I" Hllburn C 8.. '.sj 'I
:' J..t II Block 6 .._.....--."-..._.-_"_".._._ .uY. :: .._ '.._ .._ R."knflr. M 4,13 Lot 8 Block lit .....*..._............, -i. .- -- __. I..w..J W..... 1.19 Lot S and t Block 193 ..,.,.--.....,.. H n II.. II St. Cloud Development '
> Lot al 'Block 1 ___..---a-1------. ..r __ St. Cloud Iievel-. Lot 9 Block IIS ..__......L. _..__.4 -_ -- _. Pager. Mra. B .. 1.19 Co. .. t.90ISM' :
," opmrnt Co. _. 3.!! Lot. 1, S and 16 to 18 Inc., Bloi'k' III.---------' St. Cloud Development Lou 17, 18 and 11 to S4 (no. Block US.,. __ -. -_ 8t. Cloud Development ,

t II Block 1 _.___ ._.._.. _.".. _._ _. ... ... ... flt\v". L to ___. 1.1 Co. .. Eli Co. ."
yLot. I. I. 6.,1 and 11 to-I' Inc..-Block 8 .: .. .._ .._ 8t. Cloud Development Lot It Blook lit -_-1\..-.._...-..__... .- 4.,. __, Oleaaon. P _;l.. 1.19 Lot !0. /Block Block 193 ........,.,._.......: ._ .,_ ._ '_, Fuhry C ..... ...* .
Co _. 18.1' Lot 1 Block Ill .......-...-...-..-,.. .-. --' '-_ -.. 8t. Cloud Development Lot and 9 14 -............. _" "' __ Hlbbard. OB., 1109<
Lot. 2. 4. 1. 8. 10.; U. U. Block 9 ._..._ ._, _. __ _. lilt. Cloud n..v..lopm..nt . .. Co. *. 1.Lot ."! LoU IS and 14 Block ,14 ....--.----a II, _*' *.. . '-_. Unknown __ '.11
\ '} Co. _. 1.0' S Block 117 __*___>>____.....:...!_*>_*. -. _- -_ _- Fish M N .._.. 1.19 Lot 16 Block 14 .-.I-----.....--..... II E y.,"___ 2.11 I

!' Lot 1 Block I -.----=-.----.-----.--. ,. __* ..." _. __ rl..tt..J K _..._ 1.1 Lot. 1 and 11 Block. 118 .___.._.?._-: .. -_ -_ -. .J St;. Cloud DevelLot.'s. )- S.SS Lot 11 and It Blocli------------ ".-- II II :II SU Clo"d o..vel.
opment Co. .- o 4.4E
Lot 6 Block II __._.. : .... '.... _.: _. Unknown _... 1.1 and 10 Block 118 .._-...,.?- __ .-_ .. _. Gordon. E M .. 4.86 loOt 11 Block UI __-'___h_.-...._.....,a __ _- -_ _- Richardson? ;J L 2.29:
.' Lot" I. I. i. 1. I. 10 and,1, $to 88"toe.-- . r. Lot 1 Block 11* ..__...-....._._........ -.-v 1'- -- __ 8t. Cloud Develt Lots II and 11Biki.K Block 111I ._.___.__._- __ _.. .._ __ nlne.I; C .___. 11.11 b
Block 10. .:.._ _.. :..... .:. '... 8t. Cloud 1'v.1 ...'.;. .4.-';,.. opment C... ... 1.49 Lou 12 and 21 Block In jS4 -...--.--. ..v .- _.' r. __ Mont.doe.. Wm. .1'
-
.,i w.n--' opm.nt Co. ._ 20.1'i Lot R Block 11* .........-__.....I.: :....--. ... ,..-\ .. _. Sawyer H B ... 1.19 Lot -------.-.___.__-._. ..... _.. '__ .._ Morrl.on. M t{ "
i,. Lots 1 to 6 Inc.. and lot. U. 11. U. 18. Lot Block 111 ____.._____........+. ',--' -- _- __. Hay. A. .- 1.19 Lots 1 to IS Inc. Bloc19-------------------- Monlsdoea. Wm fj'..
I9. Ulo"k 11 ____..--___.. .:__....?. ._ '_. __ __ 8t. Clolad Develr" Lot IS, 11, ..nd'14. Block 120 .......i; .--. -- .. __ St. Cloud Can Lot. IS to S4 Inc. Block 191 _._____.._". .. .. _- __, ._ St. Cloud Development -
Co al.2' ping Co. ......H.lO Co. .. 18.'"
opment a
Lots 20 10 2. In... Block 11 ____ _. __ _. _. __ 8t. Cloud Level-. Lot. 11* and 14 Block 12S ----....v-.:- -. ., ..- .- ..- St. Cloud r>evclopment > Lot. 9 and 10 Block 197 -.__.______... __ _. ._ ;.;; Wallace ;JO.. 2.11
e n -- opm..nt. Co.9.14 .. Co .'. I." Lots 11 and IS Block 197 _____..._____ ''__ .+ '_- __ Bud...., 0 D .. 3.16 t

Lot 11 Block 1. _______________..____. -- _- __ __ Unknown ___..._ 2.80 Lot. I. 1. 6, 7, 8. 10. IS and 14. Block : ''Lots 13 and I' Block-IM ._.._____... ._ J r- __ __ Roland, ;J C ... S.tt
'Lot I Rlork'16 _-__.u.u_-...._... .. ... -. 1. Unknown _.____ .11 lit -----.-..-.-_-.---------_----'-.-... --- -. -- .- Bt. Cloud Development Lot 1 Block 193 .-..-.-.__________ __ .._ __ __ St.. Cloud Development
'
t k Lot Block \6 .________ ; Unknown .._:__ 3.88 I Co. __ IS.81 Co. .. 1.13
Lot. 18. 20. II; Block 18 -ti---------------- St. Cloud Development Lot 11 Block I2S Emory; ------ 8.S3 Lots 1. 2, S, 14 It and 12 Block 11'_.__ .. .. .. 1 _. Bt. Cloud Dave. '
Co __ .... Lot 11 Block 128 _..-...... -_ -- -- -- Emory M ;J .. 1.92 oilmen ._ S
l{ + Lots II and 1. Block 11 SI. Cloud n v.lopm.nt LoU 1 to 14 Inc., Block 114 .......... ._ >- -- -- St. Cloud Development Lots SS and 24 Block 1(9 ......:___ "" "" __ deora-la, E .. t
(' 4.4'l.ot. Co. __ 18.39 Lot. 6 and 6 Block 200 -___.......... I" __ Knapp. 8 "

11 and 111 Block 18 _..n_.'--.,...... '__ ...: a- _. 81. Cloud Decel.. Lot 1 to 14 Inc Block 12S ...._... ...' _. ___ -- __ 8t. Cloud Development Lots 8, 6, 10 and. SS Block 201 ,._._.__ -1 H I". __ Bt. Cloud Development -, \
.pm..nt <;'o. :, 2.8' Co. __ 26,48 Co, .. S.tt
lot II Block III : .. _.. ._ "- ._ Wright II A ___ 1.1 LoU 1, S, S and 10 to 14 Inc., Block. 126 i- __ -_ __ St. Cloud Development LotBlock 201 --____________.__._ __ _- Cal ...nd&r., B F. 103 '
,t Lot II Block IR -----------n--t.--______ ____._ .. ._ _. __ __ :DtcA111.ter. C __ 1..1 ". Co. 18.3* Lot 17 Block 201 _________u__.'____- ._ -- ...... l.OS
t Lot III Block u - --- ..: __ _. .:... Flnthers. ("h...._ 1.1 Lota .1 to IS Inc. Block 127 __u__":_* -J+.. _:. -_ __ St. Cloud Development Lots. 3, 6, 12. 14, 22 and 24 Block 201.. _I. o. _.. __ St. Cloud Development '
Lot 111 Block 18-----------------------: _- -- '._ ._ Robinson. Z T._ 1.111 Co. __ 17.11 C... ,* .111
Lob I. I and 8 BIocC"30 __.-_.__...-._. ._ ._ __ ._ Mt. Cloud DavelOpment Lob 1 to S Inc. Block, 110 ______....... ... __ __ -- Maklh.on, W B toot /Block aOI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII _. ._ ._. __ Stanley W L.. l.OS '
Co. 66.0 Lot Block SOS .. __ Unknown __
Co __ '..18l.ot -------- ? .___ 101
2. BI"rk I' ...____._________._.. _. ... __ .y _. Farr E r _____ 1.92 Lots 6 to 10 Inc Block: 130 _________.l .? .. .. _. St. Cloud Development Lot Lots IS S 4 Block 6 SOS -18---,and_YE Block II .. ._ _. Sharp, ;J N..._ l.OS
Co. __ 28.81 , S, 8 .IS.
1.0' _. __ __ 8I, Cloud Devtlt .
d 11. la ,and U Block 21 .____-.-.._- opm..nt C... __ 4.118 Lots 6, "7 and 8 Block 131 _____.__.. -. -_ __ __ 1lalleltMrs" 11_ 11.48 203 ___,___u_______.____--. ._____ _. __ _. __ $t. Cloud Development ;.
1.01. 1. 2. 6 0 P 111. II '12. 28 Lot 10 Block ---------------------1------t.. Cloud Devel1 Co. .. t OS
18. U.
," 2j. 21. 22.. 23. 2t Block 22 -i----:.._ __ ',_ __ -. 81." Cloud tevelopment .1 opment Co. 4.43 Lot 24 Block 203 ----------______.__L_ "_ -. ._, Unknown -n./.-- l.OS '.0 f
("'0. __ 12.R' Let 2 Block 18S Mm' .. ._ __ M.II.tt.IV; ... 7.HO Lots I. 2. 4 8. 9. 18, 19, 20, SS and. 24

Lot III Block 21 ___ _______ __ ._ ,,_ n..vl. M It _u__ 1.1' Lot. 3, 4 and E Blo---------------------{'k 132 ____,______... .. .. __ __ /Mallett Mr.. R_ 87.20 Block 204 ----------_______-____.___ _.. __. __ St. Cloud evel-. 4
.' Lots 6. 8. H. 18. 18. :20. I luek23 ______ __ .- ._ __ $1, ("loud Pevelopment Loin 6;, 7, 8 and 9 Block 132 ________.. *_ -- __ -- St. Cloud Utilities .. r opment Co. .. ..
Co. _ 1i.1' Co. _____ 68.88 Lot 10 Block 201 __i _____. ._ ... _.. __ .Unknown _____ .. \
.Lots 4 U. H __ ._ __ __ 8t. Cloud P.'elopm.1 Lots 1 and 8 Block 183 _. -- St. Cloud 1).v..lopm..nt Lot Block 204 -- -. ,
20 Block
8. and 2t __u__ 1 -------------- -. -_ __ _, a- A ;J __ 1.01
('... __ 4.11 Co. __ 8.tip Lots 6. II and a4 Block 2011 _____--_ -_ __ _. __ '.lellman.. Oevel- g.. '.
Lot 1Blo..k 2. _________________ ._ __ . __ __ "nok." lIra. E_ 1.19 TO 1"0 ft of Tots !. S and 4 Block 131 __ __ __ __ Unknown 4.13
'. Lots 23 and 14 Block 2. __ ___ _____u._ .__ __ __ __ n Thomas. turn ___ 8.39 W 100 ft. of Lets 5, 6 and 7 Block 133 -- __ -- __ Kelch ft Bell.. 7.80 Lot S Block lol ______________________ .. __ :nPoTlyn'cCM; u;
II', I Lots. 18 anti 18 Block 25 ___ _ u___._ __ __ __ __ ""nlh-r.O A ___ 1.2 Lot 1 Block 184--_ : -- -- ... -- St. Cloud' Dtfvvlopmvnt Lots 1 and Block 206 -_________ .1 II __ __ St. Cloud Deve'uLot .
Lola 23 rand 14 IIlo'k 211 ___ ...__ ..._ __ __ __ __ H..e___ 1,92opment Co. _. 2.22 1.8R
JI I""t I Block 26 ___--_____ __n.____-_ _- -_ __ __ __ __ I.NtilllClou t'O. __ 1.49 Lola I to 6 Inc.. Block I8R __n___.____. __ __ __ __ St Cloud l Pvvelopmept Lot 208 _?-u___-______. ? ? _._ _._ Klnara'n. J ."."_ 1.01
1'l l..ot 2 Itloclt 2A __- -___ __ _________--__ __ __ __ __ r..ulutt. II A _ 1.111 Co. ._ 8.10 lots 1. 3. 4, S, 6, 8 to 12 Inc, 1 a,22 t ;
.\ Lot 21 Blork 27 __ _____' _- n___.____ _ __ __ __ "nknow" ____ 1.19 Lute I tAot 6 Inc... liluik 186 __._____:.. .m------- St. Cloud Development Block 207 --00________.____ ?___._. ._ .. .. ._ st: Cloud Devel.
1 late I, 11.I 19 and 2. Blu"1i. 21 ____.::_ __ __ __ __ 1$1. l'1"\ld T8Ve1oDment C'o. __ 7.37 Co __ 7.67
'. '.. ("'U 3.'(" Lots 1 to 6. Inc., Block 137 ._____...... *.- -- __. __ St. Cloud Development Lot 2 Block 207 ___u_._____________ __ .. Ilen'eTifx C ____ 1.01
J.ot II n..le. 28 .-d"_ ... ._ .._ __ r- ilalcllffe. J W. 1.111 .. '. .... Co. ._ 7.37 lute 1 and 18. Block 207 -...._____.__ ,-T ,. I. v<"">'nT', J ____ 1.66 d
i I.t 12 Iot'ork' 211 n_ __________.___..__ :. __ --' -_ __ ttu.lus. A W .. 1.111 Lots 1 and 2 Block 1J8 ._...?.._-..j. ,*- -. __ __ St Cloud Development Lots to 6 Inc.. and 8 to 12 Inc., Block -
t..I..t It Iliurk 2 N ___. __ ____ __.. ________ -- --. -- -- tnknow.. -- -- -- .1.111 Co. .__ 6.29 208 _________, ______?.___...._____. j. __ to_ sti cloud Devel- a
lots II and 2 BI..k 29 ___-_______.u:_ +. __ __ ._ Nt.I Cloud Bevelopmrnt Lot I t; Block 141 ___._______...!--____. -- -- __ __ St. Cloud Development opment Co. e
"
('0. __ 2.22 Co. ._ 1.49Tota Lots 4. 10( 14, 29 and 22 Block 20? .__ _. .. .. S Cloud Development : T.l
1.015 3. 4 and II Block 29 ___.-...-etas; . -_ .- .r ---. (Clark J K ___ t.GA 7 anti 8 Block'141 __:.__ -. __ __ -- Devlllo. II C ._ 1.92 (10. S.SI
lot I' Block 80 ____,.__... ._r.aty"' j.:,-tylrrw r.; ;,;,:; ';i. :.t _. .. Nkhols F W u I.ID Lot. b. 6 and 10 Block 143 ._i..I .n- '' -_ ._ __ St. Cloud Development Lots 18. 20 and I Block 210 _______.-. .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Devel".
Lotll 4. II and 2Z Wo..k 31 .p.J-.r- -.. -. -- "tit' t'loud Development I.V1, i . Co. .. 2.96 opment Co. 1.1 '
: :- 4'o, .: 2/16/ Lots 4. 6 and 6 Block 144 ........_.... :*.. ..*"" __ .. St. Cloud Development Lots 1 and S Block S10 ....__. .U.. J.. ._ ;Jo ie. P C l..l
', Lot: 211 Block 31 ___.________ .:.._ -;. __ /". ,' ."' Nmlth lr P __._' 1.111 ) Co. 2.96. Lot. 17 Block 210 --- ----_.__H-1'__. II II S " R A*""
Lot 2. Uo..k! 82 ____u____...__.._..;_c- '1'I.. Cloud l pv..l"I.m..nt lots .4, 6, 7, 8,' 9 and 10 Block 145__. 'T" .. __ __ St. Cloud 1)ryelopment Lot 23' Block 210 ___u.___-_._-__.._. II II II -. loulol.Iet..r.on. .II 1'1'
_. fi.lfl I
C". __ 1.49II Co __ .
f +, lat Block 3-------------a..._ __ -_ __ -- __ ItnnnRh. E V __ 1.111 lot 11 'Block 145 __00_________..:.__._ -. ._ __ __ Unknown u___a 1.19 Lot 18 Block 211 ____.__4.___?._._.? *- onment l&v&l. 1.4' 'i
Lot 21 I'Ilork 32 ___ _ ____ ____'_u. ___ U __ __ __ AII..n.V i \V __ !.1tI Lots 1. 2, 4. 6, 16, 17, 19 SI. and !I2 lot. 14 Block 211 ____.________.--_._, .. "? .., ? Unknown ___ 'II 1.1'
Lot 23 lhurIy" 12 ___ ______ ___ _.__ .- _J _- -- Axt..I1..1 N .__ .19 Block 146 ________________ ._:______ __ .-- __ __ St Cloud Devel- -- __ __ St. Cloud nevel. .
Lola ra and 22 u.- NL Cloud ievef. ; opment: Co. __ 6.03 *. 0 11 11 and Block UI__ !
IIlork 33 ___?__?_ ?__ -- -- -- \\M\k\ 1 opm.nt Co __ 11.04
. "pm..nt 1'0. __ 2.22 Lot 18 Block 146 -. -- -- Smith I J J.81opm..nt ... Block II _...___. .. _. ..' ._ ;Johnson J M 1./! I
Lout 22 murk 3t nnn-.....: __ -- ... --. -.. Rt.. Clnud P Cu.velGpment : 1.49 lots 1. S, 1,0, 11 and----22---Block-------147---_------ -- :: St. Od'V'.i Co.; _ s.si Lbta 12. 13. 14, 1 .nd 1B Block 218.----------- St.opment Cloud DevelTxJt Ca.. 8.10


Lot. 1 and 8 Block It .________ _... __ -- -- .. -- tn/oC.r..II.. C L__ 1.11I Lots 1, 2, 6. 15, 21. 23 and 24 Block 14$ -- __ __ __ St. Cloud Development 7 Block 218 u_____-.._.._..... .. .. ._ Carr A """ l./l
Lot 10 I\luck\ a. ___ _._______.. -_ -- __ --- Jones. 1\1 L ____, 1.111 Co. __ 4 62 Lot 22 Block 211 ___________________. ?. .. .. __ st. loTud Dsve1. .
:'IIl.ot II Itloek Sf .n ;'- __ __ Unknown nn __ 1.19 Lots 8 and 4 Block 148 __ __ __ Lambert A _._ 1.66 opment Co. __ 1.1'
ot It Block Sf _::::::::::::::::::::: -- -- -- -- I
I.ot 20.' Block 8. ____ __ _____ _______. ._ -_ __ __ Murphy. ]M L u 1.1' Co. .. 242 Co. ._.)S.t*
Lot ZI I\lork\ Sf n __: U __ __ __ Nelaun It C __ 1.111 Lot IS Block 149 -- __ __ __ Swander. K p__ 1.02 Lot 17 Block SIS -.___________ _.___ ._ ._ ._ .1. Kendall. E C s'.tt: ,
Lot 'Blork 35 ..::;.::::--; ----"-- n, i- .' Newcomb IoC C'-_ IU Lot 22, Block 149 :-' ----." -- __ __ __ Frl..b..e.'m., __ 1.02 Lot. 2. 6. 4. 6 7. 8. Ii. 12, 13. 16. 16. ?

lot 8 ]clock U ,.t' ., ., ,-r..r ," '.'ife .", '- , 1u'. ., .,.' ,- 'Whltlaln. (,.L___ I.U Lot 23 Block 149.---.u. ------ '-- ." _- .gtCloud W J-; 1.02 .17. 18. 19. and SO, Block Sit ........ .. .. .. __ St. Cloud Development
Lot 10 IHo'k'.1II :. Andrewao"I" .,1:1 ; Lots 13., 14 and Block1500t ffltialiMffrflNHfAfMTr'ln'- -- Devel e 'S Co. .: ".11
' Lout 2Blork9.80! Jlloor.If : ,yp rslrk4 tr 'Co. 3.42LOl.1 Lot. 7.' 8.,, 16? 19, 18, SI and 22, Block 117. :: '{,.:' '.. 8t. Cloud Hevel-.
Lou 6 and ,II Block .n 8t. Clou.1 Doer\ 3, 6 9, 14, E1 end 22 131k 151 .:8t.'CloudIlevelrtwp. {': *+ "I', ''.y ;;'ittri' r "' opment Co. __ 1'.lt '
(,', .pm'nt C .@4i 7 fi opment'. COjjfy Jfci 4.62 l.otnO Wheeler, M M_ *'
i l..ot II Blurk 38 O'itlefrJ 1.10 /ol 10 Bik 181 Prlcea<" ;_+1,11II Lou 18,1,14 161.nd Inc lock pr" '
4 Iola 16.; 11.11)" 19. BlOCk 36' flRVI..T .E 8.89 Lot BfBlke168 v Unknown JlLtMH! il.SS !181'; ' J.to.U Bt.CCioud Devel- '
Iota 9 to 12 Inc ellluck1l37. Newman J 1.68lot Lot l0 Itlk1162 foIel..r.11IiWm.111 j opment Co _
17. H.lock I. ____._-=__.-"._-:__.:___ .. ., . H d' Sts Cloud DevelI : Lot ]d Rlk 16E Campbell ;-.C*Wltwl.19( .' Lore. lEand j .20., Block | | 8t.ICloudD.ve1.Iola .4.4
Co, 1.86 St. Cloud Development -'' ,'
opment Lob 6 6
Blk 163
apd -,..._. -,-' ." -- .MTlirflWnSW P 01"11' "- '''4
Porter N A 2.11I.ots Co __ 3.69 1. P. 8. e. .
W% Lots U. It and 111 Block 40 -- -- -- -- --00 .
I to 4 In. 11I..k 41 nuu. - oo' __ -- f1Aer .J ___ ____ 6.33 Lots 9, 10< 11 and 12 Blk 153 __________ __ __ __ __ e.rr. F A nn .'.65 20. Block 220 _____-_________,__.___ .. .. ._ __ 8t. Cloud Devel-
Lots 16.. III and .24. lJIol.'k t3 :: : : :: : : : -- -- -- St. Cloud r>...v..l.opm..nt lots 18 and 14 Blk 163 ,. __ __ -- .. .- Jon.1; H .... 3.89 __ U..8
Co. __ 6.16 Lot 8 Blk 154 ----------------------- -- __ __ __ St. Cloud Development Lbta 7. 8, 9, and 10. Block 221 ________ __ _. __ ?_ .Mo'EEantpCE.+_ .117'
tats 5 and 8 Block 43 --------------------Slleon. M A __' 5.14$ Co. 2.69Lot. Lots 1. 2, 3, 4, 6 to 13 Inc.. IS. 16, 21.
Lot 2. lllock 44 .__ __ n ;_ __ ."'t. ('I"u,1 I><,v..lnn 17. 18. 21, 22. Blk 155 ...___n____ -- -- -- --' Seminole Land 22, 23 and 24 Block 222 _nn___ .. .. .. _. St. Cloud Dove) .
__ .
-- n & Inv Co. 8 10
I -f opm"nt CO. ._ 2.5' Co. "_ 0.1'
I Lot U Blork 4/ -- -- __ -" ('raw ford. W. F. 2211 Lot 20 Blk IKS _____-_________ -- __ -. u Bruce C2.29 Lote. 1 to 20 Inc., Block 222 oment. w.noei. 18.81
LOts 5 and 8 1110-41---00------------;:. -- n __ l.ivingeton. 1\1 L rUlu Lots 13 14, 18,. 21 and 22 Blk 156..I -- n __ __ St. Cloud Development iota 8, 1..11 and 11 to 20 Inc.. and 23 PI .
iota 7 and II tluck7 : __ __ __ Porter HV ___ 11.110I."IH Co. .. 11.78Moore and 24 Block 223 __n__.__________ ? __ .. .. St. Cloud Development -
111 and 18 ItLtck8-:: :_:::.:::::: "+- -- -- lturadale 1 A .E__ 111.11. Lots 4. S and 6 Blk 166 ._:-__-"_------ -. ._ .- __ M I. ___ 18.09 Co. _.
Clerk R A ____ 2 66 1.8
?
Lot
15 ilk 8 11 21
__ St. Cloud: II..v..l.opmcnt nil to Inc. 23, 24;'
I.ota '
1 and 2 Block 50 __.____ -- -- l"mOk hl.
u.u ('0. __ 4.43 Iota tt7lll' "' "' and to 2< Inc. :__. .___.. _v- :__..___. .. ., .. 8t. Cloud Development
Iola I. 18. 21 and 22 IJlork iiI ________ __ -_ __ -_ 8L Cloud levelopment ______ .______. _____--______- '__ __ __ _.. St. Cloud Development Co, . 28.61 Co. __ S4.1S

1'0. __ 8.10 Lots 6 and B Block 22T-----.-;----- .. .. _. _. Fenlll.I J B __ 4.86
Lot 9 BI".k 112 --r--u--.u_ _______ __ -- -- .- -all..t. M 00 __ 1.112 Ix>ts 1 to 8 Inc.1 and 13 to 16 Inc- and Lute 16, 16, 19 and 225 ____ __ .. .. __ Pave)
__ __ __ __ St Cloud Development
24'Bluck l SI. Cloud l"'v'Iol"n..nt 19 to 24 Inc. Block 15s _______ .
LOIN 21, 23 and 53. __________ -- -- -- -- nn 8.10
Co. .. &3./97St.
"
. C... __ IU8 Lot 7 Block 225 __ ::___ oo__._______ __ __ __ __ ro"wiu"j! SR___ 4 13
1 Lets 16 and Ie Block 54----------------------- 1II..ln. tiro _ ___ 12.21Lot Lot. IS, 19, 20, 21, 22 Block 159---------------- Cloud Development _ lots 8 to I Inc. Block 225 __ __n_. _, .. __ ._ Habcock. W It__ 18.83 "
IS.45
U Hlol.'k 57 nn__:::::_::::_:: __ n .- -- 1I011inlCer. Ida__ 1,10Lat. Co. Lot 11 12 Block 226 -------r---- .. .. .. St. Cloud Development .
1 and 8 IlIo..k 58 _h____________. ._ __ __ __ IlIoa..J K oo__ 1.111 Lot. 1. 2, 3 and 4 Block 159 1.'___-___" -. __ -- __ Unknown __- 12.21 Co. 3.6* y
Lot II IIlol.'k Ilk __--________--___-__:_ __ __ __ ._ Key C I. __ _n_ 1.19 Lot 17 Block 1S9 _____n____----- -- _. _- __ -, Young D W -_ 3.39 Lot S Block 228 OI".ldorf. F II 1.93 t
I.ot 12 Block ilK __ ___ ______."________ -_ __ __ _. Moor,. JI ___ ___ 1.111 late 2. 8, IB, 16 19 and. 20 Hlock 160.i .. __ __ __ __ St. Cloud 1)evelnpment Lot J II Block 22-----------------------------?. J . {..!
lots 21 and 24 nlo..k 68 _____?._u___. :._ __ .- -_ lIutrh.r. M W__ 1.91 Co. __ 28.118 Lot Block 226 _______ ________.___ ? .. .. __ fleck ley, H E l.tl I
Lot. IS and 18 UJork 59 _________.---_ __ __ __ __ $' t. Cloud ieveiopment Lot 23 and 24 Block 160 ___ -- -- _. .- Tllton. B ____ 46.39 Lota 8. 12 13 and 14 Block 227 ...__.__ __ .. .. ._ St. Cloud DevoltLot
Co. __ 2.11 Lot 14 17, 18 and 1* Block 161 '_:.... _*. __ __ -- StopmentDe el. opm.nt Co __ S.0
Lote.17 and 18'nlo"k 6/1/ __n_______.__ _= U ..._ __ WeftIB F _n__ 1.92 21.33 11 Block 227 -- .,. Hughes. I" H 1.7S
.v
lots .__ __ .._ __ Sayer; C A ____ 1.11 Lot 2 3 ._ St. Cloud Development Lot 16 Block ..
23 and 24 Block 11/1/ oouu__ .a. 1. and 4 Block 161 __u_-____ -t -- 227------------------------. .. Miler. Jim \V._ 1.7S
Lots 2. 10. U and U Ulo"k 60 ____::_: __ __ __ __ St. Cloud 1)evel.. Co. ..221.25 Lot 16 Block 227 ,-.__.-..-. ._ '.. ... .. ., LA._ 1.75
opm..nt Co. __ 3.8/1 Lot 9 Block 161 un__ __ __ __ __ Scarrv > 1<' 0 _n_ 4689 Lot 23 Block 227 ______________..'.-.. -_ _. .. Cook BO ____ 1.7S
\ Lot 3 BI."k 60 __ __ .! --r Unknown ____00 1.19 Lot 3 and 4 Block 162 IIIIIIIIIII1II __ -- -- -- Derham A _u_ 92.33 Lot. 13 Block 220 -.- .. ._ .. ..: St. Cloud Deve-. .
Iota 11. 18. :zt and 2a Block 61_------- ._ -_ ._ ._ Hayes. H H __n 1.89 Lot 1B, Block 162 ._____J,__"__""_ -* -- __ __ Smith L V ____ 7.SO opment Co. I."*
Lot It Jl1lol.'k 62 _oo___________________ __ __ __ __ Rringman foI I. 1.511 Lot 6, 7 and 8 Block 163 ________..I_ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development Lot 17 and 18 Block 229_1_ -. .. .. .. lough, 0 l___. l.'ll.
Lot II 66 _______ _____ __ __ __ __ Young Mrs. E 0 1.80 Co. __ 1619 Lot. 21 and 21 Block 229 -.... .. ,_, .. .Bunker. E 8.. .'l t4
Lots 1 and 2 lllock 67 -: __ u n __ n Blass. .J K _on U.16 Lot. 1. 2 and '3 except. W 80 ft. Blk 163 -- -- -- -- Cheesman M V 413 Lot. 8, 11, 1 and 13 Block 230 ...... -- .. .. ._ _St. Cloud a
Lot 3 flock 67 _n_____.___.u__::__::::: n u __ __ :Matehley. J S._ I.U Lot 14 Hlock 163 ________________u_" -- -- __ __ lustus, AV __ 7.80 opment Co. 1.tt
late Ii and 8 Block 61 u_______ __ ,__ __ __ .Nehls. A. I" __u 11.48 Lot 22 Block 163 u______________..__ -i y..::, "'- __ Penn. O W n__ 44.66 Lot 21 Block 230 -- .. ._ .1 Titon. I 14 __II LitStt Sf
Lots I and Z IoI10rk 69 __ __n____::_:::: __ __ __ __ Crass. F W ____ 4.11' Lot. 23 and.24 Block 163 ________.___ -- '-- -- -- Penn T _______ 69.25Tydman Lob 8. 12, 16 and 20 Block 231 ...... -. .. .. .. D.vtl-
5 l.pt. I2D d and Blork 59 ______________ n n __ __ Tilton. I B ___ 13.11 Lots 7 and 8 Block 164 ________ __ -- -- -_ __ R ____ 7.80 opment Co. __
a Lot 111 Block 'I --____--___ __"___"_ __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ 1.02 Undlv. M Int. In lot. 13 and 14 Blk 161Tilton I B ---- 6.80 Gets 4 .nd"' S Block 231 _..- Noble. A I _""" 1.91
lAt BI..k 11 _nnn-:__________ __ U __ __ Ntallard; A B __ 1.01 Lot 22 Block 164 -------------j.------------- Unknown __u__ 6.60 lot 11 Bock 231 _.r .. Smith B ?___ 1.1'
Lot IS Block 12 _______ _______ ____ __ __ __ __ Jonas. U II "Lu ,1.02 Lot. IS, 16. I'. 20, 21 and 23 Block 165 -- -- __ -- St. Cloud Development Lots 17. and 22 Block 231 __ .. ,. .. Emery A _____ ...*
lots 11 and 18 Block 13 ______hU__.__ __ __ __ __ lavls. J; ______ 4.88 Co. __ 18.39 Lots 6. 11. 12 and 13 Block S32 -. __ ._ _. St. Cloud Devel-
Lot III Block 1. __--______________--__ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development . Cots 22 23 and 24 Block 166 u________ -- -- -- -- 8t. Cloud Bevelopm.ntCow,8.10- op".nt Co. __ S.tt
C... __ 2.96Lot - Lota 16 Block 232 .__-_... ......I __J .. E A __ 1.1'
13 Block 11i __________n._______ __ __ _. __ St. Cloud Development . Lot. 19 to 22 Inc., Block 167 n________ -- -- -- -- St. Cloud Dev..lopm..nt Lots 5, 9 and 18 Block 233 ........ ::.- .:. -. -"':: ._ tt.R..nn..t. Devel- -
Co. 2.111 Co. ._ 8.10 o ment' Co. S4S
Lob 1. 8. 8 and IS to II Inc Block 76-_ __ _.. __ __ 8t. Cloud Deve1opment . lots 1 to 6 Inc. Block 167 __ -- -- -- -- niubaua-h. D .. 11.48 Lot 15 Block 233 _______________.____ -- __ __ ._ WeTde'r8; E- _" 1.OS
Co. __ 13,81 Lots 7 and 8 Block 167 .-.----------_ -- -- -- -- Unknown _..... 4 13 I.ot 17 Block 233 _________._________. -- .. .. .. Mculll..n. F _I 1.01 t
J. I"' '.Irk..'. .ppl..t.1 P1a4t Lots 11 and 12 Block 167 ...--------- -- -- -- -- Blubaufcrh. H ._ 11.48 Lot 22 Block 233 r___ ____________ -- .. .. .. 8 _n_ 1.01
1.0 8 Blork 18 Unknown ______ 1.51\ iota 22. 23 and 24 Block 168 Taylor J (14.86 Lot. 16 and 20 Block 234 ._n.__..... .. .,. .. .- St. Cloud Develt -
Lots 4. 6. 6 and 1. Block 91 __________ __ __ _. __ Scarr F 0 __h '.e8 Lot. 8 andBlock 169 ..._u..:::::::: -- -- -- -- St. Cloud Development opment Co. ._ l.SS +
('loud. Co. ._ 332 Lot S Block a __--_________-.____-__ -. -- ., .. Walker. A E._ 1.01
Lot. U. 18; 201'I and; 22 Block It __ _.. __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud Tevel Lots 21 and 22 Block\ 188 _,-un_ -- -- -- -- Klrkwood, J C.Hobblns. 3.oZ Lot. 2. 9 to IS Inc., 20, 23 and .24.; ,
opment Co. 8.89 Lot 17 Block 170- ___ __ __ __ -_ J J __ 1.76 Block 235 ._______nnn______ -. .? .. .. Bt. Cloud Dove
Lot 10. Block 81 ____________________ __ __ =_ __ Kleeegune. I :: 1,19: Lot 19 Block 170 :::: :_.:::uu __ -- -- __ ROM. J K nu 1 75- opment Ca __ ..
I..t 21 Block 81 ________.______________ __ __ __ __ Muler E foI ____ 1.1' Lot 20 Block 170 __ 7. _, --------- __ -_ -- -- K<(Uler, t' H ... 1.75 Lot 16 Block SipT--________________ -. -. i. ._ Unknown ______ 1.1
Lots I. 2. 4 and 'II Block 82 .___.__-__ .. ._ __ __ 8t. Cloud Development Lota 1 and 2 Block In-::.::::::::::: -- -- -- -- Austin, 1,t 'A ... 1." Lot IS Block 23'l------------------------------ 8t. Cloud n"v"l.opment p
Co. Lot 7 Hlock 172 __________ -_ -- -- -- Swearenffer. P1.19 Co.1.23
lot U Block 81 ____--_________--_--__ __ __ .- .. Cringer, R 41 :: u: Lota 23 and 24 173 __.n------____...__. .- -- -- .- Curtain, P -- -_ 1.92 Lot 10 Block 231 ____n______________ __ __ ._ __ Tyne. A 1.16
s LoU 18 and 10 Block 81 ________-_____ :=_ __ __ __ Moore. M L ___ 1.92. Lot 2 Block 178Block___..___00.___..___ -- -- -- -- St.' Cloud Development Lot 15 Block 237 ____ ___________ .. .. .. __ Mor.e.. J B-" "'" i.'ss
Lots 17. It and 23 Block It _n_______ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Pevelopmrnt Co. _. 1.4* lots 21 and 22 Block 287 ------------ _. .- .. __ Morgan. R "' ._ S.f*
C... __ 1.116 Lots 11 and 11 Block 173 "_- ._ __ -_ .. Davis, 8 II ---_ 1.92 Lots 19, 20 and 2 Block 238 _u_____ _. .. __ __ 8t. Cloud D..Vel.V. -
Lots 8. 9 and 10 Block 84 _______ _.__ __ __ __ ._ Hathaway C P. a.88 Lot 8 Block 174 Development opment Ca 4 0* t
---
Lot 14 Block 84 _________________-_____ __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ 1.19 ----------- Co. __ 1.48Lot Lots 17 and 18 Block 238 _______. .. Unknown : S.tt:
Lots 16 and 18 Block 8. ____________u __ __ __ _'_ Fryburlir.I; L __ 1.112 S Block 175 --. : !: Lot. 7 Block 239 _----------_-.._______ .. .. .. .. 8t. Cloud DevelTLota Q
Lots U and U Block 11II H E 1." : 1.49 oDment C 5.IS a
Lots 4, 6 and 8 Block 11II -----------f----------. Clouo Pavel- Lot 2 Block. 175 __ ; 1.11 1 and 14 Dork S40 ...1________ .. ? Unknown 4.13
o opment Co. __ II.'. Lot 176' '- .TMiller, '. _. I.U Lots 11 and 341 .. _. .. H -- .
t Hlock _______________ ____ -- -- ----- --- St. Cloud n..vVu ;
Lot a Block 8. _._______________.___ -_ -- ._ ._ St. Cloud Dev..l-. Lot 18 Block 17B __ -- __ __ H.rtI; F -__n_ 1.18 opment. __ 6.J6
-----
opment Co. _. 1.4' 19 Block 176 -------------"- ._ -. __ Slater. Oeo. __.. 1,11Lot lot 3' BlockI .........___.._........ '.. .. ._ .. Unknown Co_ ....
.Lot I Block 118 .____.____________._.__ __' __ __ _. Smith II ______ 1.11 21 Block 171 ..--.-----..---.-------.------- -- -- -- -- St. Cloud Development Lot 10 Block 141 _._--________________ _. ._ .. _. Banter F "A"_"_" 2.S*
Lot 6 Block 88 _.__:.._________________ __ __ __ ._ Furman. R ____ 1.111 ------- Co. __ 1.49 Lot 11 Block ------_____...___... __ Neweomb 8 C 3.1
c Lot 111 Block' 8. _________..___________ _- _. __ __ opke. H _____ 1.1' Lot 6 Block'177.'' _. ._ __ __ Thatcher, S B__ 1.19 Lots 20 to 13 11 Block 243 ---___..__ __ II II II 8t. Cloud DevTlLot -
Lots 1 and I Block .1 _____.____..____ __ ._ __ St. Cloud Devel. Lots t and 7 Blo--------------------- -- __' __ ._ Oardner.. B _n_ 4 13 opm..nt Co __ '.10
r. opment Co.2.32 Lot 9 Block 177 .IIIH::::::::: -- -- .. Luce C A .... 1.19 *. 15 and It Block S4S ..._________ __ __ __ __ Gee W H ____ *...
.. Lot 2. Block 8' _.__._____..____.____ __ __ __ __ Clark. ;J K ____ 1.1' Lot IS Block 17-----------------_-___ _.. -_ __ __ ;Johnson A B _, 1.19 Lot. 11, ]f. IS and 1* Block S43 ___.__ __ _- __ __ St. Dert)-
.. Lot I Block $8 .__.__.__..__...____.___ -_ __ -_ __ St. Cloud Pavelopment Lot 2 Block 178 HI"__. ..- -- __ ..Julian U .W 1.11 Cod Co _- 9.67
Co. __ 1.4' Lot. 13 and 14 Block 180 ___I.IIIIIII __ "- i_ _. 8t. t-loud: Development Lots IS, 18 U, 110. 2!. S3 and 14' Blk..S44 .. '.. .. .. .St..Cloud n..el.
Lot I Block I' ____.....__._________ __ __ __ -_ St. Cloud Development Co. __ S.S3 opment .. 1'.1' t
Co. ._ 1.4' Lot. 11 and iS Block 181 ............ -- __ __ -- Bt. Cloud Devel- Lot j to S inc., and 11 to .Inc, Blk Co .
Lot 14 Block I' ___-.__.__.___ -_ __ __ __ T.eker, H ___ 1.1' I I' opment Co. .. 3.69Lot 1.1 _-_.._._____._.._______..---_..:__ __ __ __ Bt. Cloud Development t
Lots 1 to 6 Ina and Lots U. U.36 and f0 Block 181 ..__ ._ .- __ __ __ Unknown ______ 11 Co.. _., '7.t Ct
( 31. Bloek. I" ._.___.._____.__________ __ -_ _- _. 8t. Cloud n..1-. Lot 14 Block 181 -.Iinillll_I I ._ __ -- __ Heller.. W _____ I."* Lot. > to IS Inc. Block S4S.rr. .-;_ _. __ .? 8t. Cloud Development -
?
J opment Co. ._ '.n Lota 11, 19. 10 Block 182 I__.___.__.I" __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development .. Co. '.1' 7
t Lot al Block .0 ___________________ __ __ ._' __ Runk).. J H. 1.1' Co. .. *24 Lot S to t Inc., and 1. IS and 19 to. .J' .
'., __ __ __ Holmes. P ;J -.16.15 Lot) Utt., A ........ 3.SI 14 Inc. Block 14t _____.___.. ._ '
LoU to 11 Ina Block .1 ________ ?. Block 181 ___ __..______.___ -- -- -- -- ? __ : St. Cloud Development ''F
Lot 17 Block 91---------------------- Wilcox: D M: __ 1.1'. Lot Si Block 18S III __ __ __ __ Unknown _.___- 2,31 Co ".'4
Lou,. I. I and1 locl------------------. 8t. Cloud D.vel- Lota 8, 11 and It Block 1$4'_-----.---.--------. _. ,_ __ __ BU Cloud Development Lot ,14 Block S4t --.._.----.. -.._ __ 1.lnd.nbau.I'. r
opm.nt I." Co. __ 'OS L$0
Lots 11 and 14 Block .4 ____-_.___. __ .- -. -- -- 8t. Cloud Dave Lot Block It 4 .......__... ___._- __ __ ._ King. W O __- *.S3Fhoebe Lota '. 1. S. 1$. ". ". ". 1. aDd Pt"
*n .. opm.nt Co ... 1.1'' .Lot 14 Block IEB .___ ___!!! ___ __ __ __ A .1-__ 1.11LoU 0. Block 147 ---._- --?------- _. St Cloud Developmeat .' c.
Lot 10 L31od64 _I---r-r.--__-_._ .. ,*. .. parer A H --- J.II }f and. 10 T lock' 114'.._f.___ - ._. Corbett \:: F .., .... .. .I 1..e..d.o..y.r.- '-. ; e m 1..,.
"
-.t .. ;r.

l ., a' .1) tJ' f / 1 1

.. .:1.


..-. .-'.- .,, ..." '0'i,, ., ....,L..... _.. .."..IIJ1*..' \.;..-. ,' .f.,.?:** '*# ,' ,\", ."". .. ...,";. \\.J.JJ. r.1..., _.."-.'01. ..,..'."..,.,.. n .



_*


r1Jr \\ 't' II nv


.

\ II,


.

FOURTELN: e THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, ,MAY 3, 1918jl \..

-
--&


.. c aI' 115... I I I too aY -01


DESCRIPTION OP' LAND g c: m OWNER \ g aeCJC DESCRIPTION: OP' LAND G' OWNER 0o; DE8CRJPTJmt rJ UW\lilt II
iJ
.2 0: d' Y LAND'd . :0 :
"to"
; : 'f' c g.tJ 0.
., Yo o :! .. ..V.. 1 Ye e t'E\ "g I ',. 5- 3 C \ I. wC

I, Iii h ... ..... <.0. .- : III" II< < toy o ulir I 1F a ,< boa_

.. ','

JAt. 18.; U. II and 11 to 24 Inc, Block : Lot I Block: 116 ..---_.___. __._._-.: :.. -" __ _. _- Unknown __ ___ 1.01 Lot. 1. I, .I. I. I. and 10 Block "40. ........., ';..I' ..'",' Rt ('lou.1 1..1. I
___ __.. _____ __ ___ S6! Clou4rDeael. Loci, 11' 'and 11 Block 116 ._ .__ ; r- _ U.II
141 ___ :__ : -- __ .- -- I .____ _. __ __ __ --Cory: V 1. ._ I.U ;"m..nt t ... .
opment Co 21.26 Lull 6. I. 8 18, If, 17. 11. 19 II and fevelopment -
Lot. 1 to 5 Inc and Lot 10 lllotk 410__ Sf. ( Lou.+l
_
Lot. I. 2.; 6. to 15 Inc, 11; 11, 11. and II Block hi- __u___________________ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud fevetLot. -- u, ; Co. .II., '

81. Block 14. ________ _____.______u __ __ __ __ $t. Cloud nev..l- .. opmtlnt Co. ._ 1.51 344 ot Lot 1 Block 41D _.J_:_________. Snow J 1), __ _ .6.
I cloud Co. 36,78opmrnt 11, 19. U. U. U, n. 12. and Ie 1 to 10 inc Block 411 .. .--. -- -- St cioud Itev.,,1 I&ota I- .
All Lot 21 Block 160 ____ ft. Iirvrl. Block 117 ___..___ ---7------ u - 4.43t
___ ,
except uu -- u -- --------------- _" __ __ __ St. Cloud 'O..el. ""m.1 (0.

('0 04.18 I Co. _. 1.11 Lot. I to 10 Inc Block 411 ., ('I..utl I.t-
Lola 1 to 10 Inc.. except Lot 71B1k 261._ __ h __ .- St Cloud level.opmrnt Lot I Block'311 ,----__.______-.______ -_ __ _. __ Auleme" ___ 1.0' ? -- ,--- ..- -- ;'llm..nt ('... a .
I'. Co _. 2RS9 Lot 6 Block 317 __. : ___ .. .
J-1)
-- .._ _. levrl
-a- 'J nglhlh __ 1.0. Cloud
...ot. 1 to 10' Inc Block./lt ..;. ___ __,. .. Sl.
If _ .. .18I Lola I. II 14. U 17 to -Ina ? : __ -- -- '
Lot. 19 and 10 Block III ____ ._... _ .'. __ l'erklne B 7. 11 18 .nd' ;+ .opment. Ca. 2k80Lot. \

Loa 4. b and, I Block 368 ._._t-, ._. -- __ _. l_ h 81 Cloud 1)..v..l. Ie Block 818 -______________-__ ___ __ .- -_ _, 8t. Cloud level: t to 10 Inc Block 414 ... .. dU ('loud I'e""I--
I opm'nt Co __ ...40 ollm.nt Co. __ 7.n ? -- -- -- -- -- cloaca! {'o. . ,19.1J::

Lot.. 3 to 11 Ina, Block 118 _U"'h -- u :' -- W\\ rlhinglon I.ot. 1 And I Block. 811 ---_____ .___. :- _. '__ March C.11 .__ 1.61 LoI I 'to 10 Inc Block' 416 ___ . . Ht c'l..ud Uercl 1,
t : ? nooJ. -
___ 87.10 Lola 6. I. 9. 11.'U. IS, I.. 1.. 18. 1.. 20. : ? J o"m."t .)... III U

I.ot 14 Block 151 ----.------_-:---. -- u .... -- -- lnIfW. J': -- 21. and 84 Block 11.. _______._.-_--__ .__ __ ._ __ St..Cloudfevel-, ; Lob 1 to 10 Inc. Block .11 .. Lv I .. Sl. 'I..ud I leYvlopmrnt -
.
------- -
__ 1.76 '- -
l.ot'18 Block 362 ----------------- -.. -- - -- - opment Co. '1.1' -f' ... 15.15.
Lot. 7, 8. U, 11 and JI.BI..ck 284 _. _. ._ __ __ _ 11t.! Cloud 1)rvelopmrnt Lot 10 lock 318 __:.....____ .__ .- __ __ _. 9tadden It B1.02- Lob I to 10 hlc.1 Block .17 .. ., "!oIt. 'IOlld lleeelopment .
'
_ 1.11 Lota 11and34 ---- -- -- ?- -
Co. .1. ::1, 7, 8. Block 110, __. __ _- .- Bt. Cloud fevelyopment Co. H.4r..
IAt 10 Block U. ___ .__. -- -- -- ' 1.11 Co, ,. 1.62 '. 1..1.
-u--------- :: 'Zr.lJ.j Lob to Inc .18 .. tit l'I..lId
: .
.
Lot 1. Block 264 ----..---.------ -..-- '-- -, -- : , lot 13 Block 120 -_ ___. ,.-. _. r4 .a, aCarter. P __._. 1.0. ,10 Block -- --:---- .,.M .., -- opm."t ('.. I .ir..
opm..nt Co 1.31 LoIN 1. 2. 4. 11. 32 14. 14 and .
17. J8 .OVOI.
Lot. I to 10 Inc Block .It ----L ., 'St .ltlud I
.. W 'tl 1.112 Black .21 ___,.._______..._ _..... hovel.opment ? .-" .... .- -- .
1..ot IS mock I5S ____________ --u-l -- '- - :ftlnr. -. _. __ _. 8t. Cloud u. upmrnt ( ... .15.15
Devil'opment
Lot II Ulock 218. --------. ---.- ------- -- ... -- -. ' : (0. _.. 6.01 1 to I Ine.. Block 410 _.. .. ' 'St'loud 1..eILot. -
.. .
: e __ 1.12 Lot 8 Block 321 -__..__?_= "__-__ .= ... __ ,-_ Puffer M Ii;: 1.0a : .u. Of>:. i": --f''' -- oprgroll Cu. ::69'Lot. :

Lot. '1.. 14. U.. 11. U. U. and lit IlIk. 267'. -7, __ _.._ _- fit. Cloud Development Lola Ii, 6?,14. 16..11 and 17 Block 321.. 'T.' -. __ __ St. Cloud fevelopmrnt ., I to 6 Inc.,' Block jzi--.t' ." .'" tit 'I..ud 1..1.
-
(:.0. ...G2i ,' '
2,59
1. Co. .01 ; ( .r. .
i Lot. I. 11. U. U and 28 Jllock :i68 .: .- .- :- -- --, St: Cloud Drvel'' Loa 6. 1115. and 18 Block II'. ..._.:1- _.. .. ._ __ 8t.. Cloud itevelIota lAt. 1 to 10 Inc.: itlock'422 - '', ,.. .y ' "St.upmrnt(loud ltrvrlLOB .
I opm.nt 3'2 1 . opment Co ._ 1,96 : 7.---- : 1j": ":0:' :'..n..nt ... IL.4S,
\1 Lot I Block 169 ____ un-' .- -.. .-. '!,- '-- 11t! Cloud I "V"I' II and 9 lock 811 ______._.___ .-a'e'' I. ._' a. fntlon S I. _. 7.10 to'30 h. ,'.,.:. f' .." ',';'." ,.J..ud ltet'eln'1 .
'tit
1 Ine. Block .
__ .1'.12 Loa and 328 ,," .n _.N ."" ..... '.... . -- .
itoblmrtuent. (Ii o. 17 18. Block __.._ _.___.- _,;: ,\'_ __ ,-. .lIrl.nd..nbaulJlJ : ,. .I} : pm..nt ... 1.4&. : Y
I : 'J.ot. 17 and U flock IU _____ :._ __ __ M ,__ I.U1'j 1.11 ' .j' " 1..1.
i ijf 1ilk 260. St. Cloud "..v..l- Lola 7.8 II and 11 Block 824 Bevel Iota 1 to. 10 Inc. Block'.U .,--,.--..-- -. ,"' -- St Cloud .
Lots. 8, 11 11. 11'. I'. II and 28 ".. __ "_ ___-___ __ __ .- _. 8t. Cloud : 7, upmrnt. Co. 16.1LLot.
'
1'j .. opment Co, __ .12 Ipm"Jlt Co __ 2.88 Uevrlopmrnt .
It __ Cloud lJ..v..l- lot 14 Block .24 _1.-__.:._ 1 to 10. Ine., Block 415 -------::- -- .-.' .. tit "J"ud '
Lot. 1. 6. .14. n. U and Block ,261.- __ -- lit _- _. :,_ __ M laney-, J __.- 1.0' ., '. ( ... U.4S.
c.'o. 1.06Lot Luu 1 to JO Ina, and' 15 and 16 .
opm.nt : 18.
; 9 .
t . (Treen.. L Block .21 _. ____.: _. ___ Lola 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 411 -......--.-. .-I'''' ri4r4\ .",z= t't 'I..ud llevrlLo
I Block III -:------- ----. --- .- -- *- ii'g: ;. --- .- .. __ ;._ _- _. 8t. Cloud fevel . : 1 .4S.
I lot 5 Block IU ___ .: u _..___. ,. __ __ ._ ul\.tt. J ,' opment Co. __ 8.1 b 1 to 10 inc illock 4YL ,, ' .' ." '. ..I! "1 StnCIOUIDeel.
,
111 Iota I. 4. 3. 10. and -24 Block, 212,____ .. "-, -- -- St. Cloud U..v..l. Lot '11 Block ill _.fl___ : f.-.i.it' rMerrell] i 0 __ 1.0.1 :-: -. -:w t l0':";; ; ,)f't! , .(,11"t Cot .. 1913
.
"r-. opm..nt Co. 8'2 Lot. I. 1 and I to 17 Incexcept 11 and ,. "" .,':,, . ,\ <" [ ...t, }'''' t J'.11' t" <, si' 1..1-
ob 1 to,9 Ine.l. Block 418 .. ........ .. "Ioud
Lot. 1. I,- 8, 11.. 11 and 10. Block'' 213__. ,.. _- __ -- SL Cloud frvrlo 1.06 .Iii Block 127 -----er---. ._____,.____. I t.1:: ..._' __: _. Ft Cloud Pavelopment ,, .: .,,'"':' ", :: stl; ,_. I:'(!'_ Ol'"t ,,4'..: 4.59'!
ment Co. i'
"
l.ot I Block 18a _____.____h_____:____ '__ __ __ __ NEwrll F..L.: 1.02, lot a Block 117 :--- ---; ---------". ,,: _, _I" __ Mantcr JI'Co.M..._r '7.11 101 Lob 1 to 8 !inc.. Block .It -" _..:'- ---";. 'A;:,fJ"'I _' ." St. "I..u" I l'ev..I.Co. I 1-.3M1

Lot.. It and II to U Ine.. Block 264'.__, __ -_ h -. SL Cloud Development l.ot. 4 and I Block 317 ______-_-..____ ..... _.. __ __ Finley. 11M 1.61 Lot. to I In Block 110 _I I"., ::1'' ONnerlt Cloud ltrvrl.
Co r __ I..'.2' Lot 11. Block 327 ____________________ __' __ ._ __ Fo.ter A J._,_ J.OI .1 !! -. ..---. -- .. ... ... ':,, ? Ht. ;upmi'\ut 4'u. Y A6!'

Lot. I and 4 Block 114 ____-_________ __ __ __ eMcUeachln. r/a. 1.66 lAt. I. I. 8. I, 7. I, 10. 11. .12, 18. II'. Lou 1 to 4 Inc. Block' 411 .. '" SLCloud'
Lot 6 Block 261 ______1.._______________ __ __ _ __ l..rham. A 1.03 and 17. Block III ________ ______...___ ._ r, ._ __ Elt. 'Cloud fevel -"--'.- -1I' _..c. ...,.. _"_ ._ ,,."n.." 1..1.: :, YY

Lot I Block 214 _____...____________.. .-_ __. __ __ _J JoI..v..n.on.O ___ 1.02 opm..nt 4'. ._ 7..7 Lot. I and 4 Block :.._ St 1.1.
Lot 7 Block 164 ..______________u_...- __ _. ,1. __ Xochker Wm 1.02 Lot 7 Block 82. _n_____._____....___.__ ?- io--. _., 8t. Cloud fevellot. 432.----- ..., ., "I-. 0' {'IOU"I Cu.: :, AO

Iola 11 and 17 Block811-------------------- 8 W __ 1.66 opm..nt ('a). 1.31 Lot. lock el4 _________.. _____:._'___._ ,, t. (
Lot II .Block 114 __u_______-__-__.__ __ __ __ u flan W C 1.02 I and 4 Block .2. __________..__ ._ a-. __' __ Unknown .... J.15 ", ,,' w. ,.'loUndl 1:0"1.: ".32:

Lot 17 Block IU _____________,___.__. __ __ -_ -- SL Cloud (level.opment Lot 6 Blork1\ __ ; __ __ J1aom. U. 1.1' Lota.1 to 8 inc.. Block UI __,,_.__ __ St Cloud 1 1,1.
Co __ I.02 Lot. 14. 16 and 11 Block 329.......... ..: __ .. . Hammond, 1l' It l.f5 -- !'. "IM." ,r __ .nt t'o: . Is.'19'

Jots I. I and 11 to 11 IIII.{ Block 268", ;; ._._ ------SL'! opment Cloud fevrl-Co. __ .08 Lot 14. Block. 130 ___.___.______."____. '.._..' ....... __ __ 81. Cloud Oevel- Lot. I to 6 Inc.. Block U7 ..-........--,........ .,... ...:, .,.., -- Jt.; opnu{'loud l'evel': : 138'1
"

Lot I Block III ____________;_.------..... 1. ._ ..._ __ .KirK. L O __u 1.03 Lot 17 Block lao n___-_._.._____...___, ,,_ ... __ __ (,Iau..en.opment 1.Co.E.___ ,1.31..G. I.o4. 1 to I Inc.. Block. 411 ___._..u"' .? .' .._' 'lailr't''W, :; : :%' J"H- t. 'Cloud' 'Uetel; 1. .

Lot II Block III ______ ___________..- ._ ._ __ __ Wm ___ 1.02 I.ot 8 Block 511-- .__ .___ __ ._ Ilak..r, H __ 161 :, ..',. '\90t
Lou 1. I and 8 Block .87 _________. .. _. __ __ __ I'It.' Cloud Devel 331 u u ? -- \ ''f' St01tioud 1",1.
Loa 14 and II 'Block _.. __ __ __ Ta'lor.J; 9. 1.55 Lot. 1 to 8 Ine.. Block 439.---oj-----" ..", ,.. . -,.
__, opr"nt <<;0. n 2 42 Lots 1. 2. 3. 17 and 18 Blocll332.., -- ;+ __' .' __ St. Cloud Development It" : 'I" ;w' "I.m'n (',.. t Iv.89'
Lot "10 Block 187 __n________________ ._ __ __ __ 1' _'._ 1.03I "e Co. 368 Lota t to I Inc.. Block UO ---:._.a. ____,, :r'' _I 01'-, ';'>; __ Jt; {'loud : ,

Lots 1. I. 14 and 18 Block 268 ---..-_- _- -- -_ -- St. Cloud Development __ 2.98 10II Block 812 -___ ________ __ _______'_ '_. __ __ Ryan.J J ___ u_ 1.01 ,', ,' 1.1 ,I' 3.

CO. Lot 10 Block 332 __" t'arr. J __ t.el Lole t to.l0 Inc.J1lock Ul. ,.. ..: :' .. St. Clod
- '"4, 1.,1.:
Lot 1 Block 1.8 Palmer J C n_ 1.02 Lot. 1 .1. 17 and 18 Block 381---.. __ r. .. -- Jt.; Cloud hovel' --I" .. t- opmrnt I 43

Lot 10 Block .18 .____________ ..__w.1' __ __ __ __ Unknuwn ._ ____ 1.62 <' opmt'nt :'u. ._ 2.6 Lola 1 to 10 Inc.. Block HI ,....... ...-........ '*'''' ;":''Ii ':,'...:-, ". ll' .A r
Loa I. I. 9. 18. 17. 18. 20. 22, 23. and .. Lot 8 lock 333 __ '__ _- ... __ Clark. J K _. 1.02 ,1' ', !''' t .tIIT' .... 1 U
: q'A'
a.. Block 26. .____ _______:_____.u." -_ .__ __' -_ I'll. Cloud fevelopment 6.. Lola 7. U. 14 11'. 17 and 18Block 814.. .. ..- u- __ lit. Cloud Drvelopment Lola 1 to )0 Inc. Block-118'-_d_... """ :...., ,q0 j -'-' 'klnrl %. ,.1' ',
'n. n ; ;; 'fmlatee: 4 cI:
lot 11 Block IU __________ _________. __ __ __ H..d. F M :___ 1.02 lob 10. 11 And 12 Block 81'w"- __ __ 7Jnderman.Co.M A 4,06 2.18>> Lots 1 to.l0-lnt::. Block 444 ,: '''. .' St.I 1'1011.1 'Ih.l.'I-
All iota 3. 12. 17 and 2U Ulk 270 _' __ __ __ I'll. Cloud levelupmeht
b except Lola 7. 8, 9 U. 14 and 11' Hlock' 335 St. Cloud fevelopmrnt .t'4; 4.1
- n -- -- -- .
{'o. _ 11.18 Cu. _: 406 Lute 1 10 10 Inc., Illoc 115 .. itnl(Inn I 'i't I I. ...
--- ---- -- r. --
All except Lote I. 8 and 15 Block Z71.---------.. {'loud Drve1opment Lola 1 to 4 inc Hlock 3311 __ eo. ._ __ __ _ __ rte"d.. H Ii u _ 2.66 1"1; I'.. 4 1t
:
Co. 12:3. I.ots 7 to 4 Inc., Uluck 336 _ . . __ __ __ __ St. Cloud levelopment I.otll 1 to 10 Inc.. Bloch< 416 ____ _ ___ _ _ 1'1. (''''"'' :
Lot. 1. .. &. 8. R, 16 to 19 Inc.'I'nd 21 7- 1..1. 1 .1

I to 24 Inc.. Block 272 _____ __ _ _..._ __ .._ __ n St Cloud DevelJpment Lot 111 Black 336. _ {Co _ 6.16 Lots 1 Inc. opmrnt' \.1-
: j nn. 'n . -_ ._ _. _. 8.02
C. Lota I. 3 6 '.
2. and lu 18 I xcr .l Lot 7 .. ? 1-' 4Inta

Lot I Block 272 .....__ __ ______ __ __.-__ __ __ __ __ Unknown n".__ 1.02 Ulock 337 ___ _u ___ _ ___. +... . _ __-' __ _ __ Rt. Cloud n"'elpnwnl 1 to 10 In.. 1I1"l-k 144 --.--. _:. ,.- on' -- .1 St 1 flood' ,Ur:" 1 ,1.I Iupmoul
9 Lots 8. .. 10. 11. 17 to 23'ln.. Blk ;273------------/ St. 'loud 1)evel0pmrnt Cu. _. 9.h7 l C? Into

('0. __ 8 $4 I Lola 6. R. 9. 10. 11. 12. !U. n a.4d 16. J..otll'l 10 10 In.. lock 449 ___. .. -_ __ ,,' ,_ _ oIt 'lulII I I.:. \0 Il.ota In I.

Lots 1 and 2 flock 273 __________ ___ _. _- _ _. "-armln. (I __ 1.92 IIlock .33K ___ . ._ __ __ -_ _, _ '-. ...... :- ._ __ St. Cloud lovelopmrnt I pm''n1' C? .la. "
Lots 1&. 22. 13 and 2. Block 274 __.u __ __ __ __ loll. {'lou<1 1..1opn'n ('... __ 603 1 to 10 JrIC.. Blo'k 4S0 ____._ ,__ _ __ _. __ ((01. ( I .., .

t Co. u 5.16 1..111 1 to 4 I"c.. Block 33H ______.__ __ -. __ __ ]\f'rrltt. e W 2.66 ",.:'IIIII't'' t'n I'I I a,
Lola U to 24 In.. Block 271i ____._ __.....: ..... .._ __ __ St. Cloud lI.(1. 1.1" U and IK lilm'Ic 38M . -- __ __ __ IAII.I..).. 51( Ii6\ I.ot. 1 to 10 Inc.. Blffl'II 4111'_.._____.,_ u- t roof! __ .. "t.Iuud 1".1,1-: .
opn"nt) Co __ 15.08Lot. Lots .1. b. 6, 89 and 11 IIlock' 339 __... __ -_ ._ _? t't. Cloud. Devol- : + "" 4 41
21. 22 and 23 Block 278 __._z_ ..w_ __. __' __ __ Rt. Cloud liveopmrnt > .1- opm'nt Co .011 I..tll I to 10 Inc., BJlck 462 ._-__ _ ::_ _- '-, _oi' -- I4'equ41 'y. I
Co. 6.10b l.ot'l Block' 339 __ __ _--c------ _.' __ __' Ht. Cloud levelopmrnt 'I"I,;::: :I,1: :1'u:;; I41

lots 3 and 4 Block .278 ___u_____ --:. _" __ __ __ -c..r., C __ __ . 4.13 1.32 I.utx 1 10 10 Inc.. 1410.1< 453 --._......- .- _.. ._ .. zot l'lo."I'I' : "' .
I.ot 18 BIO'k 278 -________-;.---w/, ,._ '__ __ _ Klllkaldln. A _ 1 92 Lola 2 and 3 nl"'k', 339 __ ____;-_-__ _- ._ =: __ Fueler, T 1.65 .' ;.; , ep-nrat, l'o 4 1 14

Lot 13 Mock 277 -----------u-\t.: "t ", _... _. -<_ 8t. {,'Ioud 1'ovN1.> Lots 17 and Ix II10el 339 ---t----, -. __' I\t:\ (f-; _-_ Bartlett V 1. 1/8t I.ot. I tu 10 Inc.. Block. 46. .;. ..r. ,.....:,M ? ,I' --( f\\" ';' : \t } j .
tliin i
:-' : opm"n .( 2,42 I..tll 1 anti 2 Block 34(1( __ ......._.,..'.._'."' :."'f..l.'.;... .. ._ ._ IU..hmun.l. n. 1.1111 "+," 'I ,I, f., '..r'I'.flMj': ;:)?( liti. S (,'pl n"1 1 11
Lot 1 Block 178 __________________...-iyl: : J+;;' 1.._ __ _. ft.,; Cloud 1.,1-. Loa 3' and 4 Blo'k 3.U -._______'I'._._ ... .-...' __ __ llolnlea I' 163; Lots 4, (5 And 6. Block 452'-w.4; :: +:;J ky4. ; ;.;' .. ;. f// :''' ;'' ' Sl" f'lmlt'' 1.1:

I . " o.n 10. __ 2.22 Lot 1K IIlo..k 341. __.___- -_------.__.. '..,. .... '__ __ St. ('loud h"- . , ," ', ,,, ,''ir, I 1 4+pmohl' t0,. l'
Lot". t. 2. 9 and l0 mock 279 u_...;" 1.." ll .._ __ __ St, Cloud 1 >...v..Iopm'nt .' u.m..nt Co. __ + 1.0111 1 106 In('., II10rk 456 -.",-,,". ":i!... ........h'''' ,s. -...!.\ ) -.: HIS .1011.1 ,Ih...,,1.

, ',? 4 ('0. _,. A.R3 Iola 3. 4. Ii and 6 block 311.__.-__1.-; .- _. (lrr J ____ __.__ YBo .. ( +; ;" : : .. r"I: !""''" io. d'ui
Lot. 18 and 14 flock 2i9 ---r__--c..'J._. __ __ __ __ Rk.harda. C v. 3.391 Lot 10 IIlo..k 3U -_______ ___ ____:.- --I-- __ _. Hulmea. I' J_ __ Lots 1. 2 and 3 Block .67rh"'M .__ooI ,-- ".." ..' -- : \; . ..

Lot 10 Block 279 .--t------------ :-__ _: __ __ Hillman. 111 J __ 1.92 Lot 11 II10rk 343 __ ______ ________ _ __ _. __ SL Cloud n..I- .J upnuml; : : :I'n:; I'1 1
Lot II Block "281 _______ ____ ________ __ __ __ __ $l. Cloud Ilrvrlupnlent u opmenl {'... _ 1.32 J.ot. 1 IIn'l 2 Ulork 458 __u_____ ____ -- __ __ -- (St Cloud Ii.: v.b
; : : ;;
Co. __ 1.85 I..tll 1. 2 And 3 Block 3U _____...___ __ __ __ __ Fountain Pd( __ .IOmwt, 14'',
O Lot 6 Block 281 S n________ ..._ __ __ __ flnr. Wm H __ 1.56 Lou 1 and 11"'k aH ___n_ ___ _____ __ __ __ __ Rt. ('loud 14rvelopment 2.12 Iola J and 2 Block 476 __ _______ n_ '__ __ __ __ : "I'
Lola ---- ., u : ; :
11 and 111 lock 281 :_. _. __ __ __ __ H..rt&. II C _ 2.66 __ nprurlt; 4'0: 4 : :

Lob Lota 13 17 and and 14 18 Blo..k 2112 ______"u___ __ __ __ n Splcer M 10) __ _ lot 3 Block 344 __ n__________ __ ____ . __ __ __ __ Poole 1) .1 Co.__ __ 1.02)) 1..tll J. 2. 3 and 4 Block 477 ---------- -- -- -, (o1"1 1'luu.lU:: : :.'I .-I-,Ipnnt
Ulock 2H3 St Cloud IJevel0pment 7 BI..ck' 344 ___ __ __ o l'0 .11
I1 Lot uu__._____ a_ _ :_ ('nknown . _ _
Co. _ 2.96 Lot. 1(1( 1I1'I'k 344 ____________.__.____ __ __ . ._ Unkn..wn _ _ 1.02 Iota 1 to 8 In.. Block 178 ___::_L.:_- __ -:; __ __ __ ((01. {'loud I' lrl-
Lot I lot'k 181 _________h..___"______ __ __ __ __ Ellla. W R._ __ 1.65 Lola 1 to 14 Inc Block 34G _______.___-. J, ._ __ __ I4t. Cloud 1I.'v..lopm..nt 6 '..tlllw"I'I'u. ''n, l''
Lot 4 Block Bock'_-____ _ ________ : __ ltakar M A _ 1.65 Lots 1 to,8 1n'c.. IHo"k .i9 __ ___u__, .-'' __ SL( Cloud .I'rvrl..
'4 Loa 1 and 184 __ ____ __ __ __ Co. 8,10 T- ) ':
.8 __ _____ $t. Cloud f4rvelt Iola 1, 2, 3 and 6 to 14 Inc, except LoI upmenl" Co 11 I

opment Co.! ._ 2.911 9 Block 317 ___ __ __ ____. __ ____, __ __ __ __ St' Cloud fcvrlopment Lola 1 to. Inc:.. Block .80 n______.. w_ -- -. -- 10:1.: ( 'lou,1 r... ..1 I .
Lot 4 Block 28. ____ __u __ ________._._ ._ __. __ __ Booth, H ____ __ 1:56: o."t. I'o. II "' r rloll.
4 Loa 8 and 9 Block 284 .____:,_-T,., -* Ioberte. F 111 .:_ 0.66 Lot'9 Block 317 Unknown Co. __ 7.67 I.ote 1 and 2 Block 508 ---, ., Cloud' 1"1.
.
Lot 18 Block 28. ____...fJI.- ,-daa lid...' 1 r r K..rhl, A J _-:.... 1,65 All except Lota 8 and-- U-- Block 348 u ;', ,' '. ..' , r.-' livvelmots 1,02 a pmuat 1'49' i
.
c
Lob 5'1nc t
Lots I" 8 10. 13 and 14 Block 28& St.3Cluud v..1Lot 1 t BI 09 'c
Yd:I,:; : Bt . Co. 110.111
{ opmrnt C 4.6 15 ck 843 1'Imet l0Y r'"t I '

P"iBlock !AB LvonJ/0 1E [.011 1 to 4 n Itlock tt //011" ('loud n..vo.ment Lob l0 8 In Dlock 610DOUIra'ard "
Lot 111 Block 285
1V'eeland. 6t A 1.08 I '"
,
BO
h Lot lIiUlock 1811 V'reland J [ S' .0 Iola 1 t 4 net flock 151' om..A.H o G6 Lola 1

( .Lo ,, illu and 0, Block PR8 St.fclou.J fevrll Lota 1 to 4 Inc Block 36 S ".' el Lots 1 to U n our!
Co .i :,1Ig:. p""nt r

Lot 17 flock 188 ___.._______:::_.::__..__ _.' _: _. Tralclllr! 1\1 ___ l.na lake Frost AOUtloa to RI.'loud-' .". ' ..' 85 Lab 11, to YO n 'I.. !'" luu 1 l Ie e
r
J..t 18 Jllol."k 188 ____ __ ____ ___ __ u __ __ _ Davis. C S __ _. 1.02 Lota 1 to' 5 Inc. ltluck 361 ____ _ __ -_ __ ._ __ __ RI. Cloud fevelopment I .,.%,I""IIt 1'U :t2 n4
lata. 1 to Ii Inc.. and 1. 8. 17. It and 20 ('0. __ lob 21 to 30 Inc- UUuuu _ - -- -- -. ,.I Cluud; Ih vdopnleot -

Block 287 _ _- h __ . hnu. __ n __ _ 1St. Cloud nl"v"l.lAt. Lola 1. 2. 3, 8..9 And JO Block 362 __ __ __ __ __ _ st. Cloud fevelopmrnt ; : C? 55 "
opment (: 6.511 ('0. _ 9.57 l.ot.3J to .04nc. ___ __ ___ _ ____._ __ __ _ _ _ //1. "lotl.1 I'.l. Iopmrnt I-

9 and 10 lock 287 __ __ _ .__ __ \\... __ _ _ Sra.lon.I W o.A_ 156 Iota 4, S. 6 and 7, Block 362. __ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ _ Buhlayer John_ 6.33 '" .11; 'h''
Lot Ick Her.ch0 11' 1' 1.02M Lot U ______________ ____________ __ _ __ __ .:_ _ St, liOUd' Ih l ,,1.Ioplilrnl
.li2.B 872. -- - iota 1 to 10 Jne. Block 363 __ __ __ __ __ __ III. Cloud 1..1- : :;;
33, and .0-k-2 7- : := == =: = = = = .. ;.. lk = 13.81 un ; ;: ;

J.ot. I. 4. Ii and 21 Block 288 ___ __ __ __ __ lit. Cloud 1".1.Opmr"t Loa. I opm..nt ('0. _ II1.n 1 l.ot.1I3 _______ ________________._____ u __ _ ._ 1""lo.n ; "u7
T10 u ('o. _ 296 1 to 10 Inc. Block 38. _uh_____ __ __ __ __ Rt. Cloud I4rvelopment I Lot Pot _____________ _______ _:_ __ __ __ __ ._ _ 1'nnOrhbnr4 J ,u' -,

Lot I Block 288 . Co _ lIi.n I Lot 66. _______ ______ _____ _________ __ __ ?
Zulrlrb F
_ __ __ _. _.' _ $t. 1\1 A 1.03 Iota 1 u 1. . 7.1
-n u t. 10 Inc.. Block 365 ______ __ __ .
n __ SI. Cloud Ilevelopment 1 Lola 77. 78 and 80 ______ _...__ __ __ __ ,
Lot _
8 Block 2118 _:___ u ____"_ __. __ __ __ _ Pnknown __ Let '.. un .----- .1. "lourl I lL ,',,lupornt J-
.
Lott 3 and 10 Block IMM ____ ___ : __ ._ Klump .J It 1 66 Lola '. ( __ J6.tS C'o :::01 ....
: Lola 111 and 18 "luck 2K8 .-- ___.?_ __-- __ ..' __ IlarkeratL 0 u IV 1.65 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 366 :_________ _.. __ __ ._ I'll.' Cloud loveopmrnt !. I Lola 81 and 82 ____-...___._-________..-.= __ __ __ __ Rl. Cloud 1"1."r."t '

lot 11 Block 2811 __ _ __ __ _ 'St.: Cloud ikvelopment l.ols ('o. __ 1Ii.46 Cu I' ; '
un---- --- 1 10 10 Inc. Mock .
367 __ __ __ __ St.
Cloud 14evelupmrnt I Lola 83 90 _
to _
('o. _ 1.32 -T.------ lnc.-------------_n.___ ._ :_ ._ .((01. 10",1 1"1"n"1 -

Loa 6. B. 11. J2 and 18 Block 2140------------! 14g. Cloud Devilupmrnt Co. _1__ 3.52 Iola[ 1 to 10 Inc? Block 369 ____.__.___ __ __ __ __ Ell. Cloud hoveluprnint ,( 0. __ 19.13 Lola 91 and 92 __ ____ _.________.. :__ __ __ _. __ St".Cloud Ih. ....eri.uprn 4. ,;,


,Lot.Block 1. I.211 11, UhU 18. H. 18.___19.____20.__and_ __ ._23_ __ __ __ __ lit. Cloud Leveiopment Lola. 1 to JO Inc.. Block 370 ____._ ._,._ __ __ __ __ RI. Cloud I Development Co __- 22.80 22.80 Lots .6 to 10(1( Inc _________ u________ __ '- St. Cloud,.rit, i'rvrl.opment Cu 1174

Co. __ ..
("'0. 603 Lots. I, 2. 3 and 4 Block 371 -.____n__ __ __ __ __ Rt. Cloud n""I.opm..nt Lots 101"to 10& Inc. .______; __ ___ __ __ __ ('u. :8,31
Lot 8 Block _ .
291 ________________._.,_.- __ _. __ faldwin T' __ 1.03 lit "I..url Iovelulnn
IotOt 4 IIIt..k ':91 -----h__ .__ __ __ _ __ 5telbourne Wm 1.02 Lola Ii And 6 Block 371 _____ Co. n 11.01 ..nt I'o 41.7
_________ __ __ __ __ John n _
Lot 5 Block 191 _____ ._ _ __ __ Un 5,6U Lots 106 to 110 Inc. _:___ .. _: __ __ St. Clnlur
.. __ _.-- u Wllllama 'V T 1.02 L ots'. 9 and JO Block 371 _ __________ __ __ __ __ Coon \V n 111._ 6.60 -----n. : Urvrl-:
Lot 7 Block 481 __ __ 'h_ ..... . ____ -_. _-- __ __ lTnknown __ _ ._ 1.02 N 50 it ut Lot 2 Block 372 n_______ __ upmrnt, t'0.:; 4091 ,
__ __ .
Lot 15 Block 19t __-_.-.__ _____.._._ _- __ __ __ Hood T u _____ 1.02 S % Lot 2 Block 374. ___ _________. __ ,.._- __ (Poole JUSluII.Emma A lv' ___ 3.39 1.75 L. .t. 111 to 118 Inc. n___ -____.__, ...-.,- -- -- -- -- /t. Clou,' 1"1. I
Lob 18 Block IU _________ _ _. _.-:, ..._ _. C__ Pottpr.JJ 1.0! Lots Block .' opment Co 24 '14 1Lots
"- ? u. 1 .8, 9 and 10 371 ____. ._ __ Development 1
1A.ta 8 and 11 Block 282' _.. :__, ... __. _:. __ __ h St. Cloud 1I'v..l- -; ...5t.Cloud Lola 117.,118 and 120 ________ :.:..-_.. ._ .._ __ __' tit. {'Iourl "",',,1.o"m."t .
Co.
11.04

Lot 11 Block 191 ___u ._.:._ _____ .._. _-_, __ __ __ ILughes. tHC K', :: 1.96 1.02 Lota 1, 2 and I t. 10 Inc? Block' 177_. __ _- __ __ St. Cloud Development 121 to 128 Inc. __ _______________- __ _._ _. __ jt. bond lh.('0..Vell__ 12,8:

Lot 11 Block 2.1 ___ __ ._ ._ .. ? _. .._ __ __ __ __ Hay1ls.. J W __ 1.112 L ot. 1, 2. 3 and 7 to 10 Inc Block 378-- __ _. __ __ St. Cloud Co. u 18.76 Lots 127 t. opment t'o. 2U( n1.
Lot II Block 191 ____ ..__ .__ __ __ __ __ Unknown ___ 1,02 Devel 130 Inc nuu_ __________ __ __ __ Ht Cloud 1',1.opm."t .
Lot 33. Block 191 _______.-_---.-_- __ __ __ =_ __ Newman A 1V. 102 5 '' opmpnt Co. __ 18.19 t'o. _ li.65
;'ot Block 378 _______ ___
______ __ I .
_ ilarrla ota to'
W __ 131 tIS Inc.
1.12 ______
LoU 8 and 10 Block ? u ____. _..___ __ __ __ __ St.
1.1 ____ Cloud
_______..:_ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud live .ot I Block 378 : lyet.oprnent -
.. n.n_______ _____ ____ __ __ __ Unknown __ ____ 3.66 '
opment Co. __ 1.85 Lot. I'' 2. 3 and I to 10 Inc Co. _ 1755!
; : Ulk 179__ __ __ __ __ St Cloud level-
Lot 18 Block 293 __00 ________________ __ __ __ Unknown __ ___ 102 Marydla "
Lot Ie Block 2113 __ h ________________ __ __ _ Blehop B F __ 1.02 i ota and Block 879 opmen 1Co __ 18.39 Lot' 14 Block 1 ___u_ ________________ __ __ _ __ ltlmnre.. S U 11r
Lot I Block 294 __ __ __ __ _____ __ __ __ _ SL Cloud n..v..l.o : 06 Johna S I7 4.16 .ot 4 Block 1 _______ ________________ __ _ _ Irlau'tI( C . _
Lute :::
to Inc.1 Block880 :=::::: :: :: :: :: Cloud; : Jot .116
St 1)evel 1 Block 4 ___.__________________ __ n _ Th"mpM..n J _
__ .
o 1.32 u
lot 1 Block IU ____________ m.nt opment Co. __ 22.80 I.ot 12 Block 4 __ _____n_____________ __ __ __ __ ,_ N6
__ ______ __ ._ __ R 1.02 Quick N _
u IAlIT..I/I/ n Jote 1 to 10 Inc. Block 381 ___ _____ _. ._ __ 1 u .6"
St, Cloud lJevel.'opm..nt .ot 18 Blork 4 _ ____ ____ ___ ._
Lot IS Block 294 __ ___._ _ ___________ __ __ __ _ Johnllon. J M__ 1.02 ___ ____ -. __ __ __ Unknown .6.1
Lou 10. 11 and U Co. __ 10.11 l:ab 1. 14. U Rod 16 Block 5 ________ __ __ _ Uh. 1
Block
29S I'"vl.
__
____ ___ __ __ __ St, Cloud love-! Loa It . 1.201
u opment Co. 2.1 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 382- _________. __ __ r- __ Rt. Cloud Devil 1.ot II Block 5 __--._--__--____________ -- -- -- -- JIIIIIII". :tl ,
; ;
Y I"'t. 1 And I Block 29&. ______u______ __ __ __ __ Unknown __ _n_ I.U Loa 1 to 10 Inc., Block 883__________ __ opment Co. __ 19.13 i of 1 Block 7 _--==::: Whlakrr. L :
Lot 7 Block 2911 _n_ _____.____ __ __ __ _ Smith FI P 1.02 : i: > __ St Cloud 1)evel I of 7 Itlock 7'--- :==::::::::::::: :: :: : :: Palnr, J __ _= : .0.1: ; :

Lot. II and II Block 206 =:::_:::::.;; ;;;;----:._ __ __ St, Cloud n'v..l- ota t to 1(1 Inc., except Lot '4 Block] ---- - ,-- opment Co. -- 19.13 Lot 1.ot 8 14 Blork Block 8 1. -----------_. __--__. -- .. .- -.- t'nkno'n _ ____ .6r 1
__ _
__ ____ __ _ __
11 wM'IIo'F: : Ug 8He ----- ------_____________________ __ __ __ __ St Cloud Devilopment I.ot 11 Block 8-----_-__-_-_-_- -- Ia..khou"1.: .6dof
lot 2/ lock J98 ---- --___ _n______ ., __ a. __ _ ;: ;; == -___________ __ __ _ _ WII....". M _ _ ..it
lot. 5 and I Block 197 __ Co. _ 14.28 1. 6 Block 11 ____ ____________ __ __ _ _
__ __________ __ __ __ _ Warner W I'J__ 111.89 Lola 1. to 10 Inc. nu "known . .6N; 1
Itlock 38& __ __ __ _. __ Lot
16
lot. 111 and 11 Block 1$7 _____h_____ __ __ _ __ J<..nn..dy. J J ,_ 2.29 ; un St opment Cloud 1)rvel Co __ 1&.45 1.01 6 Block Block II ---- .-__ ____ ____ __ __ __ _ l'uH..ralln.O; M_ ..64of \
Lot I Block .
L4)t IS Block 29------------------------------_ _____________ __ __ __ __ 1I1'cKnIKht.Vogler. F. GV_- _ 1.92 1.38 Intl 1 to 10, Inc. Block. 388 __________ __ _. __ __ St. Cloud I'evel. I 13 Block 1:3-: ::=:::::::=:::=.::=:: ': :: := ::: :: llenderaon I N _ .66: /

Lola U and 14 .Block 299 ____ ___ __ __ __ St. Cloud n.v..l.I..t. opment C... __ 15.48 .ot I Block JII -_ ___._ _-.._______ __ _ __ {lnkn"wn .
-- -- u Lots 1 to 10 Inl. Block' 387 ,1111
____ Ib
______ __ __ ,__ __ St. Cloud Deve1opment Lot Block 15 _n_ __ ]:
8. 4 and 5 mock 199 _______ ____ _: __ __ __ Al ::':.rr.C.A -F; 2.22 2611 I. Co. _ 15..5 Iot. 4410 J and 2 Block 18 --------------- -- -- - Tounu'van..r.Jo' .1". __ _ .111 ,

L.'t e Block 2.9 ------------.n- __ _ __ __ lIarotochk.m I.J9 1 to 10 Inc.; Block 388 __________ __ _. __ __ SL Cloud Develbpmeryt I.ot 7 Blork 18 ___u_ ____ __________ _ _- __ .__ "n"lI, C I. .,'II;.;

12 Block 300 ___. _____ Co. _ n.es .0111 13 and 14 IlI..ck J6 _ _. _ _ ,
___ __ St. ---u JlJCT"'rI'
-- Cloud lI"v'I- : .
--
> -- 1.49 Lola 1 10 10 Inc., Jl.ock] 389 u_______ __ _.. _. __ St. Cloud n.v..l., 1opment .ot 1 Hlo..k 19 __ __ _n. "_ ________ __ __ __ _ _ _ I..I"/lr.: / "' .84 I
l..t..8 and. Block avfsoa: lio Co. __ 11.78 i of 9 Hlock 19 ._ ____ __ ___ __ __ M. .1It
__
800 ____ ___ _. __ -- :: i ._ II
k'ky.
Loa 1\1 _
9 54 n'----- _
1 .
un to 10 Inc
Lot 13 Block 300 u __ n_ Sherwood 10{ 1.19 ? lIock 390 _-.n______ __ __ __ __ St Cloud 1)evel 1 ot 11 Block 19 ... __ __ -- __ _ "kwn, _ .II'!

<' Lot. 13. 14 and JII flock 303---------- -- -- -- -_ 8t. Cloud n..v.lLo u: I.0111 J opment' Co. 11.78 1.ot 12 Illot-k 19 _- --___________ __ _ __ h __ __ Unknuwn _h. .6t!
to 10 _ _
Inc.
fl'o. Block 381 _n______. __ :'_ __ __ St Cloud hive-! 1.ot 9 IlIol."k 2.2 -n _______._ _: _ __ _ Clark. .6r .
2.HI II
opment -
t 1 801 ____________ opment ('0. 11.78 1..Qt<<; 9 'Block 23 ------__ ___ __ __ __ ( 'h . .,;.1. 4
_____ __ -
--- I. _ n
H -
Block Koenig 1.19 Lots I to 10 Inc. -- -- S __ ... .
( lot I. 301 ----_______ __--__. __ __ __ __ {Craver II J ___ \.19 Block 392 _____onno _.. __ __ __ St. Cloud 1)evel. 1opment 14 Hluck 23 hh _. __ __ ____-____ '-- __ __ ( tabula, P (' _ .6'1 .Irut .

Lot 2C Block 101 _ ____u____________ _:. __ __ IUchard..on..J II S.39 1.ota 1 to 10 Inc. Co. __ I1.i8 L otI'> Hlock 23 -:-- -- -- -______ u__ -_ _ __ ,, 1'n: I.,. I'. _ _h .fi'! .
u ,
Block 393 __________ __ __ __ .ot 9 !clock .611
St. Cloud 26 __
Dovelopment .__ _
i lAt. 17 and 18 Block 30& ________n__ __ .._ __ __ SL Cloud Dcvel -- --____. ._ __ ._ __ Tin.ly _
Co. 15.45 T.rot 12 Block .60;

6 opment Co. 2.22 I ota 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 394 __________ __ _. __ __ St. Cloud Development 1.1,1 I' Block 21''h_ __ _ .6'1
Lot. I, 6, 9, 10, 17. 18 and It Block 806 __ __ ._ StCloud ttevel: u ._ n_______ .___ -- __ -_ __ Unk"owII __ _ 'j
Co. __ 16.4G- I.ot 6 Block 27 .. __ h .6.1
___ _
Lot 23" Block 206 __nn____________._ __ __ __ __ 'Wliklnaonc R. -J- 5.116 1.19! Lota 1. 2 and S to 10 Inc. Block 395 __ __ __ __ __ St Cloud Vevel' i.ot 7 Block 27 _-_-_-_--_-___ -_ -__--_-----_--_.._-_- --_' __ ___ ____ .Jon.s Tanner, 111 J. ______ .8t!

'S Lots 9 to 14 Inc. Block 307 __________ __ __ __ __ Elt. Cloud itevel- Iota 1 to JO Inc. Block opment Co __ 12.1 i.ot 13 Block 27 -------- -n___ -- -- __ __ J'IIYf1 J11-J :: .66
396
_____ _
__ LOR -- __ __ __ __ St Cloud Devel i ot I Block 28 ____ ______ __ __ __ .6B
e Lot. I. /. 1 And II Block 807 __ SlopatemrnOe0Co. opment Co. __ U..S I 6 Blnck 2S --- ____ __ -u.. J :\1 ..6tJ'oOt
________ __ __ __ __ ___ 13.31 Lots 1 to 10 Ine. Block .197 ? .--- -- '
__ _______ __ __ __ __ I.ot 18 Block 6.1
Lots Ii and 6 Block 107 ______ SL Cloud level- 28. - ____ __ __ __
n _____ __ __ __ Mann M E ___ \.1111 ---------- ---- -- tnknown! == =: =: :
Lots I to 9,, Ino" Block 808 __________ __' __ _: __ ,Jannes.on E Jt 15.81 L ota 1 to 10 Inc. Block 898 _____ opment Co __ 1&.S I nt 8 Block 49'-- .-------________:.____ __ __ __ __ t'cope,. Ii ____ ,66
__ __ ._ __ __ 1 .ot 1 Block
St .
Lot. 1,1, 18. 20, ;rl and U Block a09 __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Devel- n Cloud J>evel.ot. 8J -- -----------_________ -- __ __ __ J'all.son 1V M A66
: opment Co, I.SI 1 to opment Co. 19.13 I.ot 8 Block 31 -------- ----__._______ __ __ __ Unknown'Lot
to ino
.
Block 8U 'Rf\
_____ ___ __ __ : Lot 4 lock '
,, Lot 21 Block 80. _________________. __ __ ._ King.hurg W 0 1.01 u : St Cloud: Itevelot. 81 -------.-------._____ -- __ __ -- Thomll.s. E -----

Lot II Block 80. __________________-_ .._ __ __ __ Thornton. D __ 1.01 L t to 10 Inc. Block .00 _______ : opment Co _. 19.13 11 Block 31 -------------_________ -_ __ __ __ 'Vlnn, H :::: ::1It 86
a Lot 14 Block 10. ___-______________ -.' __ __ __ Thornton 0 p__ 1.01 __ __ ._ __ 81. Cloud development Lot la Block 31 --:------___-____ -- __ __ __ 'Voodall, li----- ; !
Lot 2. Block 10.. -_ _______ __ __ __ L Co. n.1I Lot 9 Block 81 ---- __. __ _. __ Gte
__ --
- Cleveland 101 A. 1.5 .ot. I to' to Ino.. Block .Ot ______ _._ __ __ __ Bt fevel: L.ot 5 Block 89.- ..------- D.--- .6t
Cloud QRuleubkaw !
Lot. 2 and I Block 110 .___________ __ __ __ __ Barn,.. C S _,_ '1.66 -----.---------7-- -- -- -_ __ --
Lot. II and I' Block 110 ___________- __ ._ __ __ Smith W .J ____ 1.11 L ot. 1 to 10 Ina. Block .01 ._____ ___ BLo'iJvei: : 11.80 lot Lot I flock 34 --- -----------_____-_ -_ __ __ __ Unknown ----- .1,66 4 4Lot ;
9 ,
__ Block
Lot J. Block 310 -_______________--__ __ __ __ __ Roaa. J M _____ l.lI" : 37 --- ------.---..____--c __ __ __ __ Tlllla E -- --- $ i,
Lot. 1. I. S. 1. 3. 21 and 14 Block 812_ __ 8t. Cloud .ot. 1 opm.nt Co. __ n.80 11 loek 87 -..----- ___ .:. __ ._ __ 1"
r0 r- DevelV to to Inc.. Block C08 ____.____ __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud D..vel.ot. Lot I block U --------_- Mobl"f. Kl.--;; IB }
__ __ '
opment Co. __ ...8 ---- -- -- __ Wlnn. 8

,, Lot II Block 111 _______________-___ _- _ __ __ Ro.coe. B M __ 1.01 .' I to 10 Inc.. Block 40. __________ __ _. __ __ St Cloud Dever 11.80 t tot.oOt 1 I. Block 2 I and 43 6 Block'42------------ -- -- .-- __ Haynes. ..t-::::: IU:8" \
____ __ .
__
Lot 11 Block 318 --- _
1 ----r--------------- __ __ __ McCr.y.J H __ 1.01 -------- -- __ ,Jon e.'Vm. i
lot II Block III Worley S A.' __ t.OI Lots I. I and Ii to 10 Inc. Block St Cloud navel86,41 Iat 1 Block H ------ -------- ___ -- ._ __ __ Slat --.- ,66'
105-- 11
__ __ __ __ lot 8 Block 44 _
Lot. I. U, II, 11 an--------------------------- 8t. Cloud Development -- -:'____.___:: ___ __ __ __ __ --- '15
w opmant Ca __ iJ.II Lot I Block .. : : _____ IIsllnp a --- .r
--
Co. 1.12 Lola 1 to 4 lac- and 1 -- ---- -- ___ __ __ :._ -
and I Blk .oe __ __ ._ SL .ot. .nd 10 .. 'IS
Cloud Blol."k
Deve1 ..
iota Devilf ..____ __ ---- -
---
U. II and 14 Block 111 _ __ 8t. Cloud ------ +_ Hayne.
.. ---r--- lat.
opment Ca __ 18.11 1. I. I. 1. and 10 ..
opment Co. __ 1..1 L ola 1, 4 and to Block 407 _________ __ ._ __ SL cloud D."elopmeDt LotLot / Block6 Blook 411__ -- -_ __ l_ Unkno''n; .-- l'IT 8" ,
Lot f I Block 91d ....._.,...__.._.._..__........ .._.... .... .... )fortr.nJ E .__.. 1.01 w Co '.U IOCk .1 ---.-..---------.-------_ __ .._ .Jone.. p" ----
l'I'k _. p a. --- -----__ _ __ .._ lIa'DU, A _:::- .i.IS ": I

: ,




.' ..., -..- ..... i


(It 1l r1 Y'1'' e"4 SPyw ,-4.
u.-s'0,' ;M i i'ttl-Ia17"/0l I;



*, *V .. ,, } ,

1

111qi



\\

*
*

i THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MAY 3, 1918 FIFTEEN

t



U IIIt
:
IIIA o .i 1

DESCRIPTION OF LAND, C OWNER, a M i DESCRIPTION OF LAND' c a- r OWNER oFu D.ESCRIMION OF LAND 3 1 y i. OWN R i 53

.2 a m. d .- I II rUk I I" .
w chb so9le
.
E. H <
u
\I'' 0 01 ... E... c 0. .< J ''c a
,.. <*>, :; < < I) .. p i -

0 Lo't. _' Unknown S.68 I Lil A. JoksjM. .*a He-.b.DIelalo. ot4i
_
SS to It tno. .. ------
4 Block 47 _______________________ .. __ __ __ Anderson, H -- .84 Lot 41 44 46 and-41 .- .._ _-_ __- ... Unknown ...... ..07 ,.Aaidrrwa H.b.|>lTlBloa of mocks ,
,
[Lot > Hlock 47 ______________________. __ __ __ __ Brown. A --.u ..8'i Baaa' Addition-', I M, I ud II I of A. V. .Ky. ,
Robert
y:i Lot t Block 48 _________u____________ .. .. -- -- Bell. N __u___ ... of. Block BL . ._ __ .. Johnston Pat_ 6,118b.e.aker'a lints 7 to II Inc _._-_...._......... .. .. ? ? .\Ve.h'fvelt W J *.ISTucker !,
,
1 Lot 6 Hlock 48..,_____________,,,______ .. __ --. __ Unknown' --00-- -.84 KH. Nub ->lTl.lo. of Block-- . All Block 10, SS, and I H of A C I.. "

: ." 4 Lot I Block 49 _________________-_____ -_ __ __ __ McKay, U -00-- .86 DL and- It.8H ., Ry. R R Rtw. _t_ .-. .. ._ _- Brick- F

I St1 Lot 8 Block 49 _,- .- -. __ __ Davl., B .-,'U ..8 Lot 4 . .. __ __ .. Johnston J M_ 1.(7 except Co. __ltt.lt
1' ___ ________ .. __ __ Haynea, A _n_ .Ad ; All niockll ,_.. _. .. _.. Campbell. Mra'
; ':\..Lot It Block 49 .,----__ _ Lot 7 ... .. ....... -_ __ -. Unknown ______ 307 }
.84
, __ __ Nelson W00 --- _____ 1601Lorena
L _
IJ
V"L_t 8 Block 50 .- -: Rhymes, Susan 16.62All .
.... ......
iif
Lot 11 and 11 -- -?
'
t Lot 1 Block 61 --...-..- __ __ _... __ Brown. A -"'-.--- ... Block FL -. __. -_ ..Parish, Mary J Eat S.54 1,Not 1 and 4 Block K -- ... ... .. ],. ', Walter. 1471
. Lot 7 Hlock 51 _u.u---u___ -- .:. -- __ Lane ------ .84 Block_HI. -- N 1 ft. of 8% of Lot 1 BlockT10 _.,_ x. .. .... Wilcox, H W __ 10.77 S

"lot I Block 61 .. __--___.:______--.____ __ _..: __ M -.:---- ... Lots 8boe 1.k.ro and t 9.bHIvl./.a.f._.... .. _-_. __ _: .. Unknown ,._u_ 864 i I.... 1 Block 10 .,____ _1 .. __ ... Lott W J .,._ ...4Rlala. a
D B --
Lot 14 Block 61 : :: :: :: Young __ :: .86 Lots I and 6 __ ____ u___.... .- ._ __ .. Johnston J M__ S.48 :N" Block IS 11------------------------------ .: Z T __-_ 10.5
: -
:::: UnknownBell. n -- :
} Lot It Block 64 :::::::::::::::::: u 4 -r .. _. Unknown ______ 864 .Al except N tor.

( :Lot 11 Block 56 ____________ ______ __ __ .._ 4_ C _.__u_ ..86lkiLot of --1---------------------- -_.-. __ _u. ., Johnston ''J M_. 1.67 8 140 ft. to place of .. -. run

;" \ 1 Block 66 ._----_.--._--_--__.__- __ +.. __' _.. Tlnsl6Y A- ....' '..86r BH. S sb-IIvl.lo.. of Block l.Lots . 1 140 ft 8 to Ernest at K along at.

1 l*>t 8 Block 118 ...--_.-_* -.. _- ._ Kvann. F .---- ..' Hkoessnker's _....*..' _. ._ __ Waahlna-ton Joe' 4.49 to R R Rtw. thence N-Kastrely alonl '
Unknown .. ... 6 and 7 ______._...--_ .- .. '
__ .1 R R Rtw tB
WI .' , Xot 4 Block 56 -,,- .J--i.__ *- .... --- ._ _' . _.. N ...... (.'1 nilnthaTn Ave.
I,, \: Lots 7 and 8 Block 16 -...."..---".----. -- :.. '__ .. Haynes, A .... .1,47 Lot .8.KCpr8"so"ft""andb_ -_120_ -. .Iurt..r. to bfg. Block 14 ....-.......?....._ .. __ __ Hass. Mr W C 10 04Bummers.

'i: ,Lot II Block 67 .- .. ;'?-_ ,*. :_ '__ I.eonard. F _..- .86 All eg. ft. f H 100 .I. of N 140 ft.. Block 14........ __ a., .. .. MM M 140

\ Lot SI Block 68 ._,......_.-......?...... .+ f_, ._' r' U.rrY. '' K A ............ 84 86 of 60 ft.NW W cor.100 run ft. Block S 60 ft RL. E_too ft._...- -. v .,.'. ._..; t711n' .... 8.01.All N A C L Ry. Blk I .-'-___ __ .' ., ."... _, Wayman Warren S4.71Los

Lot It Block 68 :_................. ' -y __ __ .86 H 50 ft .of Block RL _____.-.---y_______.. ..- __ __' _- Mach Broa. .<'.. K. B. Waters A Floss Ad..t... '
,blot !H Block 69 -,...-...'..... -*. _- Unknown J--M.--_, ... Drona-hfn. .n..-I>"'l.loo of fl ". HI. 'All Blocka 1, t. and N% Lot IUock 3_. _.. .. ,__ Tucker
i' t Lot 11 Block 69 _,__?,.,-,....,.-,.' ..... -- -- Johnston Llssle.Thompson ..86M' A.J 1 to 8 Inc. and N IS ft. of Lot '. 1-I Co. ..DIck 7161
,Lot 7 Block 61 .... .. -T /0_ '__ __ Kibbler _.. Mach.llros. __ 1.77 w .C. Basa Addltloa.. .
- A M .86 9. 10. 11 and 11 _.__._________ -. r .
Lot 4 .Hlock 68 __ ..._ .... .._. ..* a. ... __ S .. ____ __ __ 'C' H 1.48
\ ------ i ..... .86 Lots 11 to 16 Inc., and 8 It of Lets ._,.... --. -. i. _.. .. : Nelson ...
N Lol 7 Block .1 ______ .. .., ,.... ':-_ Unknown f Ma.rl.1.17 _- __" __-__._ .10 t
--- --- ---y --. __ .84 I 9, 10, II and 11 .._ __ O'Berry, Lot 4 -,-.--. -. Collyer. W J .. 14
.. '
_ .... __ ... .. Hull. J u . '
'j 'Loll Block _ __ ---.-- .''e" : Unknown ...... ... Bear. 60 ft. N fit 8E cor. of Block .TL I I. : K. Leofey'a Add..I... n,
Lot 8 fl4 __" ..,...' -. __ ... Unknown _.. (..41Sllai. 1 _____ .- Mtekeljon R W 1.4T d
--------------.w _. Hlnxlelon, .. .86 run 80 ft N .0 E 90 ft. H 00 ftEH ". 'L. :. lot . .. -. ----.-. ----. .. -- -- ,
'. Lot Block 64 *- "- .-" Ac,- \ C. ',, .47Qulnn.
7 .86 I .. beg. NE cor. 8 78 \V 96 , ,' lot 2 .---- ---.-, -_ -_ -. _- Hicks, M J .... 1 ,,
', 5il\' ...)t 28 Block '811 ,-___._...........-.,.-d/ ., I.. '. *- _. Unknown A'--_..-.- ,,87 N 78 ttE.' ft. Block ti!f.___: __ ."- '. ... .''r- .._ Lawrence If.96) 7 and -----i-------?_._.. .. ;_ ._. .-. M ......i. S.4* P
.. .
vl 11 and 14 Block 67 ... .._ .. .. '._ __ Haynes, f .48 .47
1 tot It 1
; > .111 .84 except 8 120 !t. of B 38 ft. Blk. WL I. Unknown .-*_- ._- .-__. .:__- -_ -- MePh.tr. J _i.
JC'\.. h.u. : .
4. Lot 9 Block .7 ..__.........._" _... -.. ... -- .. Hnced. . ... 1.47 III __ ___ .
Lots 7.71
-- J O.' .88 N 40 ft of Block XL __._L----- ._._. .- _. _. _.. Unknown . ; -_.._.__..___.. __ __ .._. _-'
Lot 10 Hlock 67 ____ _._.. ,_4 .-. -- _. Thompson : Lots 11 to 14 Ino ._..-..--*- -._... _ulx .-. __ Harrelt. Henry., 14.'O
.
!? Lot 18 Block 87 .1....---T: _.... .. .'-- .._ _.. You n ir, 4I W w. .86 Water r... .'. Mob-nivUloa of >ts 16 and 17 .........-__............ _.. Doneican A H1.4*
"
k{ lots 17. 18. 19 and 10 Block 67 ,,..._..!....:..., '+, .:n -r Miller. H 8 .... 3.07alt Blorka CI nod la. E1.28 Lot 18 and !' '_.,?..,.._...,......, ... _. .. .._ Rvans. B _..
J 1.41
.. Johnston.
__ .
I Lot 21 Block 67.4.r. ..--..-.,....----,,..,.*..J "", ,. Luke, M ..._.-_, .84.84 Lot. 4 _____-.... ______...____._.--_ .. ....:iui- ( ''.. Unknown ...... t.18 Lot 67. 68 and 69 w--..._._..........!J _.' _.. _.. __ nonexan l Al.. .lf i
A .
Havnes. __ __ _.__ ___. .
HlOCk 68 ._. .. ... %,' --- J
_
lot 1 Lot .87 __ _
J. _
-- < ( ( t---;! M 1,1. All hocks Ti5"I"I"i'i! ..,\ iW.> ._ Tana Mrs.' A A 40.88 -.o .r. .. ....... .: Moore. -... 1.41
J .
__ Johnston A rand .
.
Block : : .... ' .
I.oti It and 11 88.0" ?*'' !i'i' -* l.llly's-Addltlo. .
l I 1.018 Hlock 6X ___....iA.-.,, ..... ..:.. ".!.1ft'r' A derson.. P -. 10.16 All Block Bt and G7 _u.__...____ -- .. ,"/,) _.1 .;?..Tano, Mr*. A A 31.79 J. W.' ,
-- Lot 8 Block .... ,..._. __.,.. ... .. ._ '__ ._ I."
-r- Unknown . .86 Block run ? _
ti Block 68 __. .-.... ... __ .. -,- Bear. 60 ft H of NE % or of C3 > r.mPh..l\ i
lot 17 ,, -
1(, ., / Lot 16. Hlock 8 X __-_-_-_-____---......:..*--...;..",- -..: ,,Re -.. __ Clark. B ....... ..8'I 8 80 ft. W 99 ft. N 10 f E.99 ft.--. ... -.r l,.,; .._ Unknown W... 8.01McfJee WH Lot. 10, 11 and I Block I ...... ?. .__ __ __ McLugh\In r

(I;-, Lot 1 Block 69 __ _______._-..- -....-,,. __ .. .... __ Htewart J --__ .86 NH Block .11 ?.,.. .,... .......-----. .-- -_ .. __ M .. 11.18 Cl.menti ....... 4 7'
Lot 4 Hlook 69 __.--.____ ______,.__._ ._' '... .... __ Peteraon L _n .86 AH Block 10 __.--._......,-._________. -- ,_ .. -- Kochenderfer 11 K 86 ft.of Lot t Block _._' .. -_ __' _, J A.. T.TI a
H Rat. __ 17.11Johnston Lot 8 Block 1 _._ ....... .. J W
r' _' __ Hell A ___, .86 u ,,, Lilly. .
!
__ --
lot 9 Block 89 _____ .__ __. . -- ;
-- __ ._ __ J M Lot 7 Block 4 ,_,_..._ ..., .. :: :: :: nallaa-her, 9.84: fAll
..86M'
Jaa. 1--
I.. Tot t Block 70 .___._..______ _,;-..), ._ :_ :_ -- Mutton --- All Block 14 _-----____ 7110l.t -- .
Lot II Block 71 ...._____._-_---_-:-____ __ -. __ __ Kppa, MUnknown_____.u ..88r. 8 and N>4 Lots,, I and S rMarsh, M M-- 1.86 Block 6 ..--J- .. __ __ __ Frankford . S4.71.

\ Lot 16 Block 71 ___u________.______-_ _. "'_ __ __ _._n__ ..lIeh. N. r. Bryan He-$.b-I>lTlnlon of K. A. M. no"....'. aBb-l>lTtalosj of NVi of I

\ Lot I Block 71 n____________.;____._. ..:.0.:"_. -- -- Unknown ___u .*' loOt II _____________: ___________...___ __ ,- 9r -_ Meaner. BN.' .. 864 iK. NKVi of NW' -*_ 2 2.
Lot t Block 71 ._____u____. ______ .. -., .;_ Bennett F Un ..86I Lot 1 Block I .- Soars Ira. M F 16.00. J.I. and ( Block _,_ .. --' Margrave,. W J $.41 ;

h. Iola Block 73 _- ---____________--__ ._ __' ._" _- 8carlett. F ---_ .86 Aderkold'. Keh-DlTUIon of, Blork K. ('. A. r..._.'. Addltloa.

I i' Lot 4 Block 75 _____-uhh.______. -- -- __ __ Franklin J J.Kvans ._ .86 l.t 9 _____________1._ _________ ___ .. .. .. .. Unknown n___ .61 Lot 1 Block A --____-__--__________ "_ __ __ QuInn.M ..... 4..'
Tot It Hlock 75 __ _nh____--__._ __ -_ _. __ F ----- .8 ft, 8 of NR cor. of Block Lots !. 1, 4. 1.and 11 Block A .. n W BLot
J. 1.47 _. ...., .. -_. Smith. H -- -- -- -
C II'u uer'nIIR. .
1..01. 1, 8 and 4 Hlock 7----, Jones, 99 ft 8 60 ft. R 99 ft N 50 l uu lul Co. 11.t(

Block 79 ____ ___ _____ ____ .... .. __ Davis. B un_ .84 S E! of-A C L Ry Block P -- . '... Maklnson Mra. Williams-It -
loOt t u v. .. __ H.96 6 Block _un_.___._____ _... .. __ _. .. N._ 107
M M -
Lot 14 Block 79 _-__ .______-_____-__-- -i-' :- __ __ Young Ii. ______ .84 '\" '. nn Lot 10 Block,A _.________ ,;. -___ .. _. __ .J R.. S OT
Lot 7 Hlock 80 ________________.,--.. ._ ,_- __ __ Kirby JUnknown ______ .84 Lots S and 4 Block P and Lots S and 4 .... and It Block A ____ _.____ .. .?. .. __ Don"Ia. _..___ 1.68'
., ___ __ i_ __ __ .._ .86 Block ___ ______________________ -_ -. __ Maklnson,' Mr. 1 --_ Unkno.n
Lot 8 Block 1101 __ __ ____u __ ___ n 1.47 Q n 1L. M M ______.. 73.83 Lot Block ,A ___u._ __..______.... .. _. _. __ Ollptn. R P____ 1.07
( lots 12. 15 and 16 Hlock U ________.. _. :" __ __ Johnston J M Lot 18 Block A. ___________ .. .. .. __ Oeorne, O H._._ S.07 1
Lot 2t Block CjI|! _________________._.__ .. .r ._ __' Henderson A .-. .86 N 100 ft. of Block T __________________ -_ .._.' .. '__ Marsh M M ... 4 49 Lute 1 to 1 Inc. and Lot It lllock'C -- -- -- Maklnaon, W B
Be*. 100 ft. 8 of NB cor of Block T run - Co.--------- 1(91 1 1I.ot
( Addltloa '
Nlwl.mee 'U-IIo.
20.96Lots
Lots 8 and 4V or Ry Block 4 ._______ _- ;.. .... _. Unknown :-00-- 7.7S W 19 ft. 8 100 ft. E 198 ft. N 100 ft. -_-_, -..- 1-".',/.6Johnston._ Turner, M. J C E 148 18 Block C _____,--______w..______ .. ._ __ __ Baird J.If 1.07 1,
? S Block U ______,______..... --
HeK. SK cor of Block 11 W of A C L ., ,.. Willis, Susie .. Lots S and 4 and N 1714 ft.. of Lot 6 .

Hy run N 50 ft. W 100 ft 800 ft Lots 3 and 4 Block U'j 2.4 Block II ___________u__________.-... _. ._ _. -. Unknown ______ 4.79

13 100 ft __.______ _____n_ _______ .._ '-_ -- __ Leonard, F __... S OS U... 8\V cor.450 tt.8. 8A ftuW N-Easterly ,/-L' : -, Maklnson. M M_ Lot 6 less NUl ft. Block 1> ________._ .. ', __ __ _.. Unknown ._ 1.87 ?l
Ilex: 60 ft. N of UK cor of ilk 11 W ofACL (6 ft E 616 ft. _t.Mearn t. o .; -- 1,1 lots 7 and I----------------------_ __ Bass,, Ordta ____ S*.11

Ity run N10\ ft.V 100 ft H 60 Addition ; Sears Mr. M F 5.30 Lot 9 Block I> ___n._________________ .. _, __ ._ Bans, Nettle ___ Ill
ft. E 100 ft--------------------------------- Leonard, F ---- 8.08 Lots 1, 2. 1 and 4 Block A ____________ r" .. -- Lots 14, 1 and 16 Block I______-_ __ __ __ __ Smith 1 t> ____ 6.10
Bans Second AddU. .
IV. .... 11.".' Ke.Nuli-imUlon of IllurkaI Tot Io.r_ __ ___;__ _____ _..____. __ __ __ _. Mach Broa ____ 9 34 H. H. Hatler'n .tddlttoo. .
-- -- -- '
4 2. o. 6, T. N. ... U'. 14 and 15 .>f Lot I -_ -- __ -. Jackson AW. S.88 Heir NE cor. Block 1 run 8 100 ft. W

'' !<..... AdditionLot Lot S -. Unknown 1.24 100 ft. N 100 ft. B 100.1. .___._ -_ .. _. __ Drlngera, II H.. It.88 3 3KIsL.K
1 Blink Hi . _ _ n. -. --. __ __ __ -- Buck Mra N L_ 3.68HaBK. Lot 4 _- -. :: :: :: :: Unknown :::::: 8:64 .llelakta.Lot .

? Lot 8, in, 11 and 12 Hlnck 1U __ _. __00 __ __ __ -- ... bird__Sue__ __ 318 Lots 6 and 7 less N 64 ft of 1.o1-6 ____ -- -- -_ -_ Unknown ------ 4.49 tl, 24. 35, 16, 88, 1.. 40, 41. 46 and 47 .. .- __ __ Miller J W ____ (.Ktr

J L 1.26KeHsluim Mouth Florida Hallroad fo.'w Lot 48, 49 and 60 ____________________ _. .. _. _. >oneaan, A E.. !..8
Lot C Block It _ _ .-__ _ u.n-- -- -- -- -- Miuman, -. 8.64 and Block 8 Hiirvey.Lots > -- .- __ _- Nemeyer, E A__ 48.96 lots 61 and 6S __ __nU_____.____. ._ ._ __ __ Miller J W ____ 1.87 }
R L 7 8 ,
; Lot 7 Hlock 14 -__' . .__ _____ ______ __ -_ -- Lot 8 Block 7 -. -- -- -- .- Kulp C C _n_10.77 Lots 66 and 67 ___________u______.: . __ __ __ _. .ohn.ton. J E.. 1.(7
Payne A l'UnI'"" Addition ... Pierce 'Mrs L L 32.79 Lot 64. 84. 99 and ___ _.__- ._ .. __ W ____ 1.(S
---
I> > Chas__ 8.64 Lot 7 Block 7 -- -- -- I : .
''V\ Loin land 16 __ __ __ -_ n.__. ___ ____ -_ -- -- -- un< KHn. Lota 7 and 8 Block-8 __ __ __ ._ Bass, \V C _u__ *8,111 I.ot. 64. 96 and 98 __n_______'__ ______ __ __ __ __ Miller, J W 118
lumvteirs !Mnh-IItis1.. of Payne ..IV ____ .71
1 of 97 to 101 Inc. and 106 to 109 inc.---------- Miler.
Beg 70 ft. K of most Westerly con
I'.,...'" A ddl.lollo. ________ Cattle
Lots 111 114 Inc _
to
/ Uaulden M (.61 Block 9 N 48 deg, K 110 ft. H 47 -y--- -- -- -- t
'j Lot It Hlock A ____________ __00 _____ r_. ._., __' -- --- run "g.......... S.I 8Floyd.
deir. K 71 ft 8 41 deoW 110 ft. N .
', ;' It. II. I' nrouabfs. Addition .. 47 d.V 71 ft. -- a- A D __ 11.48 Lot 111 ..,._ ___V.______________ __ __ __ R 8 4.49 y
11..1. .: Ollbert I.<>t. 134 .and 136 __0000________. _. __ __ __ __" O'Bryan lewli. I.a& T
i tot 2 _. _ ___ __ -__________ __ ':_ -- -- lllmorc, 8 ---- 4,49 llewr most Raaterly cor. of Lt 8Blk. ._ 4..'
HlockHoblniion'a- u.n -- ...: ..- -- Anderson Mol- 10 run S 41 deaW 15 ft. 47 deur. . Lot 1r. ...i--_______________.___-_-__ _- -_ -_ -- Mach Broa. .. p
tl' CI
Lot 3 -------- ------------ ---- : Johnston.
lie _,__ ______ 11.69 W ft. N den. E 16 ft. 847 den.K I'.rk
t .. 7 ft. 4 + -- ,. :.. -. Reirero. Mrs ,N_ 41.78 Lots 1 to 6 Inc, Block __-____-_---- __ ._ _e. -_ Donea-an C.tle t'
.
Addition. Unknown ...... 61.09 -. __.-... ? Hoverhlll. E L__ 40.88 Co. ______- 880
'J __ Lot 1 Block 14 ____ __, .
8, 1 10 Block 1---------... -' .Jrr . "I,y'4 ." Lilly, J W Lot 1 to 6 Inc. lock S .!-.-_____ ..- __ _. __ >onean Cattle
'.11 40.881
.TintsL7ot 9Block L K --- .
. loOt 2 Block 14 -
.. overatreet. ?
8 2 n_ _________:__Y--- -. h ---------------------- : T . .. Co. ..10 i

,"Lao \\. \.. Lot 2 Hlock 8 __ _________._. _..--.. ......'. 4r.C* -._ h Johnson Unknown, W---00-8 116H 6.62 Lots 4 Block 1. 1 and 20 1 and NW (M .ft.___of_ Jot -. Makln.on.V B Lot 2a.% 4 and 5 Block I ___.___. _- __ __ __ .John.ton------. 5..18I.ot
__ .._ .. _._.. v' r.-.,' -. -- . 1. L
K*, lot S Block 3 16.OUHunn 3 dock 4 ______n__-__...__-.-- -- .- .ohn.Ion. J M.
Hlock 3 __________ ____. ._._. -'' .. "' ;; -- -- Unknown un ; "vi2..0 .. M. 8.91
Lot 3 .
:1 ,j / f" . J __ __ 15.00 8W 40 ft of Lot S and all Lot 3 Blk. _.. M kin Lot 1 to 9 Inc. Block 6 ......-_#. . :_ -_ -
Lot 4 and 6 Block 8------------ .__ .-r -" u n I ( ._.._.._ __. J M. 6.91
H. Mrs J ,N ; __________ tt.99 All except Lot ( Block __" __ .. Johnston

+ a :Lot I Block 5 ___mmu--___ --' U -- -- Kst.n ,. 1501 Lot 4 Block ______________________; .: M colnsonW B Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 7 ...--------. -- -- Donirean Cattle
I ..
( Howar--------- 14.fill t - Co. _. i.1

Ir.. '\VSL. Lots 3 and 6' Hlock 6 ---- -- -- -- -- Howard John_ 16.81 '16Boaweira.____ _____ _____ ___ ... orc .t Hotel 1,1 Lota 1 to 10 Inc. Block 8 ---- ------ -- -- -- Donvean Cattle
00 Al'Block" u .
-- -- ( /$
Lots, 7 and 10 Block 6 Howard John_ 16.81 ______--__809.25 Co. .
.; Lot 2 Block 8 _ -,- -- -- -- -- JM Jr 9.34 Addition. Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Block u_,.__-(--- -- -- .- Dnnicean Cattle ,

'i+, All l Hlock 11 A F. (.99 Lots 20, and It ______________,_ -- __ __ -- Donea-an, A E.- 10.66 Co. I."
-- --
-
Lot 6 Block 1/--------------------------------_ I Lot 1. S, 8, 4. (, 7 and 8 Block 10Lot __ __ __ __ __ Cattle

+ W4. lot 4 lesa W 45 ft. and K 13 ft ot __ __ __ Young, 8V _.. 11.58 \on..an________ .41
(.41 1 Lou
Unknown 14 and 16 __________ __________.. '
' -- -- -- -- ------ n
tt H Block 16 Aker, W _ __ 11.7J (......'. AddU.... 1. 1 S. 7. 8 and 10 Block 11 .____ __ : __ __ Cattle

W 46 ft. of lot 4 Block 1-------------------- Anderson MairKle Lot 1 to 6 Inc. __ ___ .__________ __ __ -- Oraystone Hotel Co. _._. 1.41
13 S3 ft. of \V S4 of Lot 4 Block 16- -- -- -- -- Kst. (.41 1 n Co ________._ 19.54 Lot 6 Block 11 _________.________.____ __ __ __ -_ Johnston JM1.16

Maklnson, W U.Co. N. T .Dnwea Addition Lot A Block I _____.____..__.-_._--_ __ .__ _. -_ Reese J H ..". 1.18
Lot 6. 7. 8 and 9 Block 16 -- -- u -- Lots S to 8 Block J M. 6 10
: ...... 18.' Lot A __ _.__._..__...._________ __ -- -. South Florida 1I--------------------- Johnston
-
.
y K .U R I. .
Lot., 1, 2. 3, 4 I'. 10, 31,. 31 and 60 N-- __ 6.99Edlckriu 5 Bee at 8E of Dakln and TohopeUkallea.xAvea.iijRun '." . Lots "(, 7 and 8 Block 'IS ____.._. _..I __ Marsh M ...- 1..1
con
Lot 34 -..._ M t E?.U .[J (..:3 UN-easterly* alonalTohopekallaaAve178 ,.. ,' ?' .... lot 9 Block la ...s7rr xae0 44.06' .", .f I" ".' ", Metklejon. W RDoneaan .

Lot l7..JJ.iIN:1IfiI: J1/1J .( ftJNi4S deg i'l.' t' LtJl( Block"1/r 1 X Mr ii
J. Hnb-Dliliilon. of l.ot US.] I Bellow. ... 1.64
:
'J. : -
Woodall, J li 1.2 4 Witt sft.athencelnjasoutherlyidljrectlonl |; 'i'"o' ,, 'r
lA II.r'oofuPS D .. 1.14
> South FIorIAa
Uravea.vJiRfWoodall.sjiHj b.l 7 to beg Aley..Ada .
.
I. 1.81 8 Lumbrr Co, 66.63 Lot 9 Bock 1,.' .- > 1 f I l Dn"l.n. Mlaa
'
Lotl 6 Unknown 1.81 4 -_. 1.1'

Lot *. 8 Woodall, J H '5.J<0 Cale aree.e. "on"lan. A E 111 69 Lot 10 Block 14 .o U1 : Done ran,(Mr..
14 and 'III . t.t. \ _l '"AFRacsdale-... u.l.t.1 .
lx te
> w- -} Blake, Geu.- 6.31: '____..__ __.;__..__.... .___ _.. non"lan. J R._ 1.88S1.69 -
_ ______ -- Block IS ___ .07
14 ____ __ and 8 _ ___ 8 O..
Lot nnun __ 1.11 .. .. C B.. : i-- _. -_ __ ,
Unknown _ -
.. Lot ___ __ ___________ -- --
and 22 ._ __ _____.____._ -- -- -- 00 All Lot ( and Block __ Cattle
i Lots 11 except V __ __ Donearan
South Florida
u ? -
H i 6: -
-- -- -- -- Woodall. J Ir Lot a. _______ _____:___________ -- -- -- -- .
i ]ale 23. 24 and 25 _.- ''UnknownBmltli. ______ 6,9: Lumber Co -, 1.18 Co. ......,_- T-S4
t Lots 2H and 28 __ -- -- -- .. Unknown""" ___.__ S.88 A. n......** .h-l>lTUIej of W%
--
..
9 __ -- -- -- F
_ _ -- -- -. -. Iul--.y 44.4 Lot, 25 __ __ __u_ ___________ .
of .d of
Lot 37 -- u. - -- -.. -- -- Kyans, --- 9!, Lot 37 _____________ .-______ ___- -- -- -- _--MclJonouirh A J. 13.68 8KV4 HKV HVt BK4of 7
._
Lot '0 __ ? -_ -. _- -. McDonough.U 8KM of 8RK 115 a* ._
Lots 46. 47 and 48 _____ ___ u --
Nj ('. Blanekard'a. Hob.|>lvl>lon of .., uu I IJ K ________ SOS All Block 1 i.------------------------------ Hunter H A... (.61

i Lot HeLots Lot 49 ______ ..- -- -" -- Marsh M M ___ S.88 Lot 6 Block 4 .__________: ______.___. _. __ __ _- Smith W A ...._ 1.07
.1 to 5 Inc. and 8 to 11 Inc. and _-----------n-----uu- Smith, W A ... 1.14 Lot 7 Block 4 _________.--------00--- __ __ __ B C __- 1.07
!
__ __ __ __ Blanchard Lot 71 _________________________ ____ -- -- -- ? nuton
7 I B and. .I9 ____ ___nnn.n Mr.. W _____. 6.0' 0. A O'Nral'a Addition u L.t. 9 and 10_ Block i _____...__...___ __ __ .a._A E._ !.!!

*.4' Lot 5 Block. A __ ______ -- -- -- -- Unknown ----__ 18.75 Block C---------------------------------- Clark Hunter *..!
{ Imo 30 to 40 Inc.. except 82 and a8__._ -- -- -- ope'ITo irZII W Lot,------- ---_-_ -- -- Arnold W H___ Tots 4 to 8 Inc., Block 7 ___-____. ___ __ __ __ __ Relnatoln C4.19
Lot 8 ft. of 7 Block n -
:: and I 8.09W Iot 8 Block 8 __-..___________________ Unknown ...... 1.1.
Lot .; __ Hinkle, L __ __ _
-- - ------- ----- :: : :: :: Cooper, F E ... 61 of 1 Block C _..__ __._. -- -- I --
5 : =:::::: ::: ::: : f. i. ___ _
Lot ----_-- ---- Ulatke Laura 124 Lots 4 6 Block C __________- _.._ -- -- -- -- Ball, W .-... 11(9 Lot i Block $ __ _____________u__ __ -- __ _- Donegan Cattle
lots 14 and *5 __ __ _______________ -- '-- -- Hams.'D _____-__- :.8' .(0 of Lots 1 S Block > Scott H R --_, 4 49 ..____ 1.1'
ft. and
I-------------- IMnagn.
__ --. -- -- -- Lot 3 4 and 8 Block 8 ..______._____ A .. 8.88Johnston +
__ _
Lot 26----------------------------- Sam_ 10.96 __ _
William. Ham ..86a Lot 5 Block D ___________ _____ ___ -- -- -- -- Har..I. I.
.,
_ ___ _____ -- -- -- -- : -- Lot Block 1.16
27 ___ _ _. W 8 -i __ __ __ __ Pat ..
lot uunnu Unknown 1.16 _ -- -- -- -- L 1.48 -- ------------- -----
Lot 6 Block D _ ____ ____
___ __
1.01. Zn and XV _00 ___-____-__*-__--__ -- -- -- -- Howard. K----00._ 1.1 ALota Lot 7 Block _nn_ _________ -- -- -- -- Hlnkley, E L _. 14.41 Lot 10 Block 1 C___ __.- -----..-._.. __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ 1.14
__ __ .--. -- -- -- J - -- -- 1 and Block 10Nix E_ 4.10'
13 __ Lot 1. .
11 and .._ __ __ __
nnnn Donea-an. A E 14.19 ----------
Lot 1 Block _______ ______._______ -- -- -- -- 8..9 Dn..an. A I
W. II. KI.. Hnb-l>lTl"lo. of Let ST. Porter N 10.15 8 6 Block ___ __ __ -- -- -- -- Hlnkley, EL._ 14.61 lwaoa> *> Addition
Lots and _ __
I. V/ U. 17 and 9B nnu.________,; -- -- "- Martin* a __nn 5.SO Heir 191 ft. 8 of NE R cor. .of NEVI of I Lot 9 Block 4 _______.___....______ ._ __ .- __ John. R J .... 1.01V..I..t..d
-- -- -- -- nn
and 3. _____ ____ .
Lou -- "" ------ L..d.
U C 4.49
Lot 18 _ .__ __ _________________ -- -- v.niffBton, SB \ run 8 100 ft. W 148 ft. N 100 Roberta, Ruby 1S.89 NRU of 8EH of 8KH andNSi of SE% -
__ ______ _
us ft __ __ _
; JtT y'l rlj ft. '.___ I I I : .. O C 10..2
\v.odallB I>. > 9.b-DIl.le..8 of SEtt of 8EH .-_-.- --...... 16 I 29 I LI.ln..ton.
.*. B)*. 64. *T ..d tIH '.52 Matbewe .ddlt.. A E__ 7.71 WU of EH of 8W14 of 8WU _--..... C ... '.TI
Unknown All Block C and D __._ __ ________ -- -- -- Dn..gan. I I I 1
1 .*, fl Di D 7. HI and m Blk A.--------- ------ NWH of SW% 2--------------------- Uustua, AW. 11.39 14
Iota V Unknown S.*1M -- -- .-' .. J 11.77 .
. W% of 8H of Block B _________ I I 4
__.__ -- ------ ,.--- 1 U
Blk of of Lot 8 Survey
and 16 A 8R
Lola 11, It. 11. 14 ; Unknown 1015 NEK of 1 Block O __ _. __ -- -. *- .- Hradshaw, C .. 1.(8 Beg cor NH
Irfta 1 to 11 Inc.. except 6 and 9 Hlk B -- -- -- -- ------ Lt -?-, ,. Unknown 11.77 run W 814 ft. N 141 ft. Sl( ft.
(.11 l .
I Unknown of Block G _______... ___ -- -- -- --
+ __________ -- -- -- -- ----- 8H u ___ ___ .. I ..
20 Inc Block B B 181 fta _ II II I'
Lota 13 to 1O7 He** - --- ---- .kln..n. M.
Unknown :
Lot S Block H ....._ _.___________ e- Tounlblood. .
-- --'--- -- .
11..'
n l..01. 1. t, 4, 6, 7. 8. and 10, Block C .____ .. Unknown *.O7 .. .. ._... 1107 M M _.------

,', Lot! 11 to 10 except Lot 16 Block _C.__ ---- I--.-. --- "- Unknown ------------ 693 x>ts S and .4 Block H __--__.__-___..__ -- -" -- .. Clark Will .... 11.58 8" of Lot .,. U 8 Surrey _. --_ -. _. I I I. 4 Makln"on Mra_ 11.0t
_
Lola 4 to 10 Inc.. except 9 Block I IJ Unknown 6,SO Haa.MDIvIsle..f .
,' ) Lots II. II, 13, 14. 1.. 17 and 12. Blk U--------- Unknown .00---. 147 .. 81r. I, J., K. N, N" of SW'Ja tr NE\ .f NWSL _______- U I I I FrankfordR D Sit
Lota 6 to 10 Inc., Block B _____._____,_ -- -- ---- 864 O Taylor Hal- W pf NK% of NWV __u__ U I Unknown ____ '..11WI
Unknown Lots 1 to 8 Inc. Block I ....._ __ __ -- -- -- NW\ I I
Lota 11 to 20 Inc. Block K- ______-u___ > -- -- -- Unknown nn 147 llday __ of NW% of % of NWV ____ I I I I Abbot a N.._ '..UF
Lota 6 to 10 Inc.'Hlock F __n_.______ -- -- -- -- ------ 63O -- Fulwood. B ___ ,8.1. of % or NW% of ____u I Hare{ Sam __ '..Ule
Unknown '--" "" Lot 11 and 14 Block t ____. -- -- NW\ I I I 1
--
-- -- ---
Lots 11 to 10 Inc. Block F ------.-..- .I H 8(7 -- -- -- Taylor 111E N
Inc. -
woodaU Lot II to Bltock 1 ____
i -- -- -- -- "- I ?u_ & Hal"s 'o 2Ut; .0.
l Lets 6, 7. S and Block O tlallt'tt, E O 6.SO llday 8.1 ft W r.ifi"Ifr __ a I 29 Hurt M H Est_
:::: ::::: -- -- -- -- ""
____
Lots 10 and 11 mock rt Van Allen7 C H
136 -- --
Unknown Lots 1 to 14 Inc. Block J _____ -- -
.t l....ts 11 and 13 Block G -- -- -- Mrs--,---- Lots 1 to 14 Ine. Block K __-__ ._-_-_- -- _- -- .- Donenan. A E__ 1015 Lots I and n__. ____ ___________ __ .._ __ __ Phillips, 'a __ 4.4'

Lots 17 and 18 Block O -:::::::::.2.. -- -- -- Ta.wnnecr. ___ __ 1.54 Lots 1 to 11 Inc.. Block N __________._u_ -- -- -_ __ Donean. A R._ 6.30 Tots. I, 8. I and7 __".:___nunu __ __ __ __ Unknown ___.- 11.8'
00 ________________ __ __ __ __ Unknown _____ 1..1
U
E__ 11.18 __ __ __ A E__ lots 10. 11. 14 and -
Donegan. A 14 Block N ____ ____________. nnel.n .5
lob G. e and 7 nlock _u-n______ -- -- -- -- Ward Mrs, H U 1le Tots l.t: 17 to 11 Inc. Block n N ___ - -- -- -- -- 8JchoI.ol; *.** Lots 81 and 18 ________n.nnn______ -_ __ __ __ Don.ga. A E .. 1.1'

lots 10 and 11 Block H .............. ". -- Unknown __._ fi'ju. Lots 1 to 11 Inc.. ,Block 0 __-__ nU_____ -- -_ __ -- van AI..n. ,C--.7 H 6.3O lots 1 and I' _______________________ __ __ __ __ Unknow_____- 1.7

Lot 16 and NH lot 17 Block H ____un --- -- --, n Lots 11 to 14 Inc., Block O ..________ -.. ._.. -- ... D A3.O7 lot. __________________..__-_ -. .- __ .- _.._ 1,10Gllebrlat's
'
'1 W. M.- "."-DI..|.... .f Eat Wl .u J P ____ 10.111 8ec..d Addlti...
.H.
Sander. W .1.. 167 Lots 1 to 14 Inc. Block P _____ ___ -- -- -- -- nyal> n
Lots 6' 6 and 7 ____ __n______________ -- -- -- -- Wayman Annie .86 N 41 ft. of WH Block R ______ 00_______ -- -- -- -- Unknown non 148 lAt 42 -_------_---------___n_ __ _ __ Unknown ______ U1
Lot 10 _- -________ ____ _______ -- -- -- -- .8eW.r. n 48 and __ __ __ ? __ Unknown ______ 1.87
NW of Lot 1 S 94 ft. E n---------
Lot 211 d.U:::::: ... -- -- -- unknown ------ Beir.71 ft. N cor.94 W 71 ft run: Block 8 -- -- -- -- Ouernaeyi J 80 8.M Lots. III and 1. ____00 _______nn_ ____ __ __ __ __ Unkpown ____-_ 1e7

.... \Voodairn Bnb-I>lvlaloB of Rw of Lot f.Block 8 __ __ ____ -- -- -- -- Unknown ____0 8.64 Lot. 5$. 17 and .1 ________n.n__,____ __ __ __ __ Unknown _,____ .It
*.*. 43. M. 45 nnd 31 \ -00- lalearlst'a T..I..d. AddU...
4'P __ __ Z.18 8R of Block 8 N 140 ft. .
Unknown Be
Lots 1 to It Inc, Block A ____________ -- -- -- -- u 328 w100ft.S140ft cor. B 100ft.----------------run Fennell. E L(81 I.ot. I. I and 3 Block 1 _n____ ____ __ __ _- __ Player. E _____- 1.10

F, Lots 1 to 9 Ino. Block H _____-______ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ .. dnb-nivlelon of Matkewn Add. 1.01" 2 and Block I ________________ __ __ '__ __ Unknown ______ 1.81

Lots 1 to 9 Inc., Block C __un______._ -- -- -- -- Unknown Unknown _noon___ fix. Lot!** 2. 3 and 4 Block A ____ ____ -- __ __ __ Bu"a.8 8 ____ 1268Ixita lots I and I Block a ___n.r________ __ __ __ __ Unknown ___.__ 17

Lots 1 to 9 Inc. Block r----------------------- Unknown _n___ 107 6. 6 and 7 leas 8 60 ft. Block A---------- S S ____ 288JHabketfa I.ot 4 Block I ____unn_______ __ __ __ __ Unknown __,___ 1.01
Lots 2 to 9 Inc. Block K ______________ __ -- -- n w.... KI...__e..
__ of Mathena
Lots 1 109 Inc, Block F __u____-_____ __ -- -- -- Unknown n IIILots I.h-n'"le... Lots 1. 2. 3 and 4 Block I ___n______ __ 14 Watson .I J---. .1.

i 1 to 9 Inc., Block O ____________ -- -- -- -. Unknown _n___ J Addll._ Rumxa. 88 __ 1.47 Lots and I Block I _________ _____ __. __ __ 7 Unknown ______ 1.88
2.28 Lot 1 Block A .______ -- -- -- n I
_
___ __ __ -_ __ -. Unknown.00 n. __ .1____ n..'
Lot. 1 to 9 Inc., Block H 00 _- ltupsaa <* All to 14 Ine. 140 Wa.on. J
I __ __ 228 Lots 2 and 7 Block A ______ _. -- -- -- ---- J j"Lota Rork. nun.
Lot 1 to 9 Inc, Block n________.___ _- -- -- -- Unknown n 118 1 and ( Block A -___ .___ ; __-_ -_ __ -- __ H B __ 1.015 8 and 4 Block I ____00____ __ __ _" I. .. J____ .a.I'
1,4
Lots 1 to 9 Inc. Block J 000000 ______ -- -- -. -- Unknown ------ 128 Lot 8 Block A _____ __ _00 .._ ___u... __ __ __ "Iuk"y.. 8 8 Lots I. 2 and a Block 16 __u________._ __ __ __ 10 Watson .I J____ 1.4'
4 lots 1 to' Inc, Block K ________nn_ -- -- -- -- Unknown 00---- Patrlrk'a 00 . -" "n 1.4 I.ot 4 Block 18 ___._____n.__________ __ __ __ 3 Unknown 1.01
_____._______ -- -- -- -- Unknown _un_ 2.28 Addll. __ ___ __ __ __ it 1.88
Lots 1 to 9 Inc, Block L 00 Unknown 2.2H Lot 3 Block G ____ ___ _. ___ .. -- __ ,- Francis D O Est 4694 Lots I and I Block I' un Harris.. \V _
Lots 1 to 9 Inc.. Hlock M -- -- -- < nn__ ...'. l< 0 of Lot-- --1 Lots 2, 4. I and 8 Block 19.___________ __ __ .. 14 Watson .I J.-_ .1'
228
1 1 to 9 Inc. Hlock N eUnknown __On__ 2.28 H. f' Mil. sl.ek e.8.bUI.I.t.H. Lots 2. 3. I and 6 Block 20 _.._____ _. __ __ 18 Watson .I J..__ .0'

tots 1 to 9 Inc., Block II n.----------- -- -- -- -- H"kn Unknown n 2.28 Tot 6 __________._________________ __ -_ __ __ __ Thompson ..IV 71.21Uea All Blocks 21 10 80 Inc. __nuu_ __ __ 100 Watson J .1____ 10.8$
I.***. it/ia Inc Block T> ______00 ___" -- -- -- -- ------ 00 fat I Block U nnn______________ __ __ __ ._ Brown. .toraan 7.71
T___ 8.64 119 ft. W of NE cor. of Lot 4 run
_______! -- -- -- -- tfluke. Mr __ ___ _
Lot 66 Lot I Block 33 nnn ________ __ __ __ 3 Thompson. Mra
"'. II. VnrinVr'a"irr-8M'oIiJlvl.,|on ofKarmer'a S4I74ft.W50ft.N42ftB50ft.Block __ __ -W.ll.on.. J M Jr ,0' John ._______ t.7.
B __.__.__._.._.__._-._.._.._ .
..
1'.1'' .I. .
Addition to Proaoeet '

Seine n Bnb-Ulvlslon of Lot T. 1 9o"vkea.BJ Beaj. U% f. E of NW cor. of Block W I lots I and I 11._"______________________ __ __ __ __ Abbott. a H __ 1.72
10 ft.
Lots I and 1 ___"____________________ -- -- -- -- B":: run 8 10 ft. E 26H ft. S Lot 10 __ __ ____________________ __ __ __ __ Cheek. .I A 1.2'Lt.
Lot. 15 _- -- -- -- -- 1.18 89 ft 8 ItH ft. E 147% ft. N 41H f ."". J J ____ and 1f __u___________________ __ __ __ __ cuppett. 2l B -. 11...
lots I'. 24n.d2518and--i. ;::::::::::::::: -_ -- -- -- Kelley D----__ 6.10 W 40 ft. N 108 ft. W 46 ft -_________ -- -- -- ?Smith. .. R ____01.110 I Lake 5k.. Addltl..
Lot I less E 17H ft. Block M ________ -- -- --
NE of Lot 80 Lots and Block I ________ __ __ __ __ Lewis 1.26b
Beg 47 ft. 8 of cor run __ Dann. C W __ 3179 1 I _
Muse Llnle Et 170. Lot 3 Block N ..._ _________________ -- -- -- OBran.
_
__ -- - .. .....
815 ft. -- .. Lib .
W 115 ft. N 40 ft. E -- .f .d 29 ,
40 ft. __ 44.91 -
8 __ Griffin. A L _
ft W Lot S Block P ________________________ -- -- : .
N 70 .
of Lot 80

Bel.115 BE ft. cor 8 70 ft. E 125 run ft _________,___ __ __ __ -- DowA p ------ i *.o< Fraet. Lot 140 ft.1 .N.bel. NW W 140 cor.ft.rnuS Blk 60 P __ _- __ _- Mach Bro ____ (..41R. W" Lot i __P..I.________--___ ------- _- _- __ Tiller. Mr. J_ ...
...... ft
P....... Park Belnc a II.-D. R P..I.
..* t3 .Mlllefa Re-Snk-Dlvtolon Blk. lAt' ____ __.___ _ __ __ B. 1.4
!Df IL*' __ '__ Grave, J R ... IUI -- __ nnada.t
Lots I 9 _-_,__.;.__________________ .. .. .- MerKei, Air*. Boo I.us :4 j--,LT-n-i --.J---T, T__._.__-...ot T- -- Lot. and T ______.-._?_____-__- -_ _- .. .... Bro.n.. C-_ IA/

Lol. 4 \nd 10 ...___-_______-.__?____ __ __ -- -- Muller L ---__ 10.16 \ 9). H..en. RekDtTlolen I and Ie'-________?_-__---__.. __ _-. _.. F.. 11.1.
.
________ _. -- -- -- -- Downing. 8 W_. 1.'7 Block) T sued U. II 8 .01 ft of Lot ___ __ __ Dan 10.11
Freeman
Lot 14 -- __ 10 -
Do.. 00 I' ..___ Lot 8 Block T _..._.___.____ -- ? TwJ' rt I .tbn .
.
15 = __ -- ;- N of 8 ft Lot ______ __ __ __ 4 L -. 4'4
Lots !Block _.. __ rt .f -- .
10 I
___ Mr. tl'Ti
Lots al SV5=_______--:___ :: __ :_ :: LaLonde E -,-, ,48 W 49 ft. of Lot w V .__T__-,_ .. ... -.-. .. Harrl.. ..... lot4 .___?- __________-__________ __ __ __ __ C_ .. C.-- ;.

? Lots *i ......----..i.,.------.- .. ._ .. -- Johnston .10. -,-; wS Lot 2 Block r-::::_:::::::::_ ._ _.. glFrances, ss.75 Lot .1 __ ____ .._____..______.._.._ __ _.. .. Atrtm.n gb 114
Lota 46 and 46 ______________________ -.. ..- .-- -- Adam.on. F .lot. 1631 Lt 4 Block x ..- 8* Lots 71,7., $9 a4 OO ___-____________ -- ._ .._ -. reucht. H
E 1 Bloc Y.-_______.____ - -- r..y.r 81(0 Lot 8. _____ ___ .__ .. H &
Pine Cr-t-A ann-IHTlaloii of Lots _-__ .-._-___?,___-? _. __ __ V .
. .. . : __ Lot 94 8 or R R ___-____uu_____- ._ __ -- V.k..wa'---" .
y' Mr. .
t. 8 4. I (.8 .__.._.__ __ -- Unknown 2.4hot 1 Lot I Block .-- -_ _-- : :: W'Ho: AU Lot an4' aU N of R B. .. StNros. P L ".4'
Lots -" :::::::::: : : Thompson. 11
:: : Oy.rstre.t Crate Lpt 4 Block Y .___ -- --- -- -- i lb boil JL.. 1.4.
-:
. __ Lot 109 _.__ __ _
a --___-_-_-_ ____.___.. -- -- -- -- 1.01 lot I Block CC ___. ______.._.._ .... ._ ._ ,. Thompson, "' Ili. -__-__- _ __ (
-- W t4.11 LoU and 111 ___ _ V.kaewa ---
_
Lindsay __ __ Harrfa, J --- l1a -- ---- ----- .
____ .___ ___ __. -
Rll1.1 __ .
1 Lot 8 Block -- ,
._ ... R.roke
Dots 11 and I. __, _.. -- -- -- -- C aBryaa.l1.wLs- '

'115 Lots 17 and-It----._..---------I---------. Crowder Unknown. M...1..T. 1.81.8.,' 8 I ft Block of 1 .. ...ocPF---------------.-.-.-_......... .. - .-. WaUon., i, W .. :.:: Lot12 aDa 1,BlOCk" C- . Id ZIte7T, Q H L 4I
.,
Lob 1. to 14 \ ______-_. -- -_ - -- -

,. 'I Jiw

a.Oir' .


1! I i .r f I


('; I. . R) i. 'I- .,,.- .,.ma FV, ', \ o.} h "V"s, : .rJ'r1S_ ,. ", '/1. ,; '..""....\gbIl:' J, n6C 4G.<, .," \1 : .. .., ,'NYw. w' qy'i.f"" '.,' "l\v. ''f4s,' ,'7, 1P t t i f ,



'.
0 .

v .lawn.. __ .. ........,......,, ,anr vt". ,,,.}.,.: _' 'H'r''>Anv+T'ru; ...,....t .r

,., .. ... '' '''' \ '
"''''', J .r' '' .


1
t I
4
r n
\

SIXTEEN mE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MAY 3, i91S b

n._.__ _..".
- --


; '. 1 'u. 01 TO PUSH BUILDING OF ..

.2' J .. ...0; I Ial
JJiSCRJPTIO: OF LAND e 1 -:c m -,. '.. 'j'' Ow\ER o :Ras $" Certain:teed

.. t ir"l .f" '"'''' RED CROSS HOUSES
0 f'" .. ... '"
,
> :tt '"' 11:, < .', \ ; ..
-
'
Lot J9 except' N 4S 'ft clock C _. '._ __ 8umnar. \\. t> J 1.07Mrntma.n
nun n '
'r Cots, a and 5 Block U .-*_______.___ _. _. _. .;. Chan4 41t'nUmiwn Home Service Work For Army Camps '. ''IIIUI I Roofing ,
Lot >11 block D' -________________._ __ ._ __ 1.7' ,
n Stressed
Lot 11 Ulock I> _: __.___.____. _. __ __ ._ LghuyliHlt l t 1.t'7.Iarni In Conference At Dlvl. rI ,. '( The that with all condition
roof
IleIMht.. o lon Headquarter ;; cope
Sots I. 2, a and X Hlmk .\ ?...n.- __ __ _. ._ lnknow p__.: 112! I d u have no effect S
Lot. 6, 7. 9, 10, It nnd 12 desk A -.... _. ._ _. __' Unknown .n---. ;gbtl. ylh l1! I Sparks smoke eases, acids or fumes .
L.OI a. 6, fI, 7, II, Id, |U, 12, 14 mill 15 ' A very Important conference touching I, onaCgrtoin-tndroof. Rust cannot corrpdeCertainteedlid
aleck! H __ __ __ .... 1',1'\\11' ._.__ 4.\9 RI ..I
--- Oleol'k melt or run.
Loin 18 and 16 to 24 inc. Muck I 11 .: ._ _' Ihtkw.wp,. .... __. 4.4f' of the American Red The heat of the sun cannot cause it to I
l..ot.2 to 12 III.... Hlo.-k C ... . . < n' I'nktiown .. 4.lid. Cross In the army camp of the South' I ll! i! Certain-teed has the ability to resist every form of rooting
Lots IS to =20 the, mock C''' -. _. \V nrlntr & !.'. IWlllllM I- . >rn UlvlRlon'alt held In l ldl' ) of
R.Ue Atlanta a few Illi(I y : attack, and the durability to give' year after year
; ____. . . .. ' : days ago. There, III
Lute SI and 24. mock f iiknowti -t 190 were present not with little no maintenance
Zola .. _... ., __ .' i lIIlI {;; weather proof service, or
22,,and l23_ 1U PH C ? ,.- : Anilnir wards AKit_".. 'l.COil.I'S only ( 01.V.. U Peel; Division Manager - aI I(I, III Certain-teed offers practical roofing advantage
-- ; cost. every
Lot. 1 .to R Inc., and Lots II. 14 and '1C ,., ',,,, '\'artng A IaIr ; C. U. Bid well, Associate Manager,
Illo<,k I) ____. .o'u___..______,, '" V h' u.it id: n rJntlnu .- :I 'e" and ,Z. Uennett' I'helps, Divlnlon Kirpc- 'V with a minimum roofing investment. .

o.. Lot." }1 ,to 21, Inc., .lilotlt, ( I) _i... ,-,,..u'I\ &. I'dMIKlH .:. .- : tor of the Hurrau,of Military Relief, together i .,,, ' In rrerytmrneityasdseclianyou; : findCertam-tetJ..Evf: rywher .-

Lau 1, S and 6, to 19( last, Mack 13 _... -- ._ __ __' \\'HI .IMK k -Nd.- with a number of the lied Cross ? q M' Grr/a ,,- UHrdu ._ -- -- 3.UK Field Directors and Assistant rl '-
Field w'r .
for factorl. round t ou**, elevators garages '
Directors from the cainps, but ..ou...,boUl.farm buildinj..tor..outbu.ldinti.elc.;

C. .L. BANDY t also W Frank Persona, Director General hh 1 II'IJIlpll'' I Jn artistic red of green shingles C.t4iJ is very popular
Tax Collector Onccolu County. of Civilian Relief; Henry S. If1I'I'I' I IIliIIII for residences -
I
Thompson, National Director of the j Guaranteed S, 10 or IS years according to tMckne..
--.,".--.--- Bureau of camp Service; and Charles ; I l Ceriat-M costs le than any other type of roof-first coot r
..- K. Fox, Assistant Director of Camp LII and laying coat low. and maintenance practically noihing.!
Service in charge: of construction. IIiI lII Crl4 .-tI it mart tniamttal than Ordinary roll iuufiag.I / .
V A number of Important matters I became it ftiti *' mare la Taj and lasts much longer.

U. S. Must Cat Use ,were discussed among them being; the jii I'I II I I Certain-!.**! Product Corporation

personnel in the training camps, the ( rylit, Office.ud W...... ...is Ik. Principal CiU.of America
Ilh I Manufacturer off '
building ILn41n tJllng of the Red Cross -
houses for convalescents In the camps !(i''IlIi'' C.rfain-,..J Pamtt- V"mih.-'RoofingCertainteen

and the appointment of directors' for u,fl!III ( ,
these house>*, instructions regarding III, ,
Of Wheat OneHalfAmerica u car I II ?
I by hospital l information service and the I
relation of the Home Service department .

to the department of M.lllaryIlelirf : I _
and the Importance of Home
Service to the men in the training
camps and in the trenches which II pl'' lit 11
Bushels latter wax (taOier.. up..with the field .directors III --- ..>* mL'IIIIIIIi'lllill
Consumed Monthly.
42,000,000 by Mr. Persons!
The volume of Home Service woik

From Now Until Harvest\ Must Use to be done necessitates the appoint .
ment of an- associate field director in ;"
charge of home service who will work ,
Only 21,000,000. with the regular field director in the

camp There willalso be a. Home Service ,I o,
k" '
director on every transport that ',, ( I I
carries American troops to I France. so I
,that every I soldier who leaves family )I w
RATION PER PERSON IS 11 POUNDS or business worries behind may have I II

I someone to whom to turn for help and
OF' WHEAT PRODUCTS WEEKLY advice. The problem of keeping/ up

them the morale understand of the that army their by families making Roofing is Sold in Kissimmee( by the Osceola Hardware Co. ,.

are well looked after while they are

Military Necessity Calls for Greater Sacrifice Here-Allied. War away as well as that of helping to
maintain a normal standard of living
Bread Must Be Maintained-Our Soldier and In the families) where the men are A Twice-Told TaleOne EVERYONE MUST HELP.

Sailor to Have Full Allowance. away belongs to. the Home Service or
Civilian Relief Department."At Wars cannot be fought without money, and upon the. Treasury centers
the time of the Napoleonic of Interest to Our Readers. every financial demand upon the Nation.

campaigns,'* said Mr. Persons "It was 'Good' news bears repeating,, and The rich of this country cannot alone meet the> needs of the Nation)

If we are to furnish the Allies with the necessary propor- was estimated more that important the morale than of ammunitionin the army when it is confirmed after a long the men of the country cannot do It alone; the women of the country

tion of wheat to maintain their war bread from now until the the ratio of 3 to 1. In the present lapse of time, even if we hesitated to cannot do It along; but all of us, the people of the United States disregarding .
I believe at first hearing,, we feel secure partlisnshlp forgetting selfish Interests, thinking only of the I
next harvest, and this'' is a military necessity, we must reduceour war one of the greatest English generals in accepting its truth now. The
of right and to of American
supremacy determining vindicate the majesty
has estimated the ratio as 9 to
monthly consumption to 21,000,000 bushels a month, as of Kissimmeeman
1. Home Servlc. la more importantto following experience a Ideals and secure the safety of America and civilization, can do the great
against our normal consumption of about 42,000,000 bushels, the United States troops than to is confirmed after three years. and splendid work which God has called upon us to .
'or 50 per cent of our normal consumption. This is the situation those of England and France because J. n. Dillard, 212 Emmett St., Kis do.W.
Q. McADOO
as set forth by the U. S. Food Administration at Washing-, the French and English soldiers have simmee says: "About threo years ,
two weeks' leave 90 ago I was laid up with 'rheumatic Secretary of the Treasury.StrenothenAmerica .
every days can ,
F ton. Reserving a margin for distribution' to the army arid for return to their homes and look after pains and believe my trouble was t.

special cases, leaves for general consumption. approximately'lJA. their most pressing business! affairs brought on by the disordered condi- -- -4...--- .._ -- - .--., -----.-'
pounds of wheat products weekly per person. The Food for themselves! Put the American tion of my kidneys. I was in as bad

Administration's statement continues : Many of our consumersare soldier who goes to France will prob-- shape as anyone could be. I had .

dependent upon bakers' bread. Such bread must be durable ably stay in France until the end of taken every kind of medicine but got
'1 the war and It Is only through the no relief until I tooy Doan's ,Kidney
and therefore.req ires a larger proportion of wheat products Home Service Department of the Red Pills. I noticed their good effect right

than' cereal breads baked in the household. Our army and Cross that his mind can be i.ellcved away. Continued use drove the trou-

navy require a full allowance. The well-to-do in our population from all worry concerning affairs at ble away and I am glad to give this t r

can' .make greater sacrifices in the consumption of wheat home BO that his entire attention" can endorsement. (Statement given May
be concentrated on soldiering. 28, 1914.)
products than can the poor. In addition, our population in Many illustrations of the value of ADDED PAISE.On .

the agricultural districts, where the other cereals are abun Home' Service in the training cauipa) March ,,27. 1918. ,Mr./,, Dillard
dant, are more skilled in the preparation of breads from these of this country were given by the said: "I still hold{ as high/ an opinion

I other cereals than the .crowded city and industrial' populations. Field Directors and the duties of the of'Doan'9Kidney'Pills' ; as ever&''llThy(
men in charge i.of..this branch of l.tbe'Work' '
.i gave' me excellent.relief!from[kidney p M KMtiiii- > !
With improved transportation conditions we now have available '' outllaed.4sffwItHenry '! \ ste! fSip/SW/ .
complaint? and 91 ffmustS!sayjfl, nothing.. .. How'Liquor Men Tried FliSPFlam1 '
.
I a surplus of potatoes. We also have in the spring months 8. Thompson national direc- ever did me so much good." to
surplus of milk and we have ample and tor of the Bureau of CaJnp Service
l a corn oats for human Price 60c at all dealers. Don't

consumption. The drain on rye and barley, as substitutes has I spoke field directors on the duties in the of camps the and military their simply ask' for a kidney remedygetDoan's President Wilson '

already greatly exhausted the'supply of these grains. I relation to the Home Service Directors Kidney Pills-the same that ,
Mr. Dillard had. Foster-Milburn Co.
To effect the needed saving of wheat .'cent, of the average monthly. amount In the same camps. Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. In a two-page advertisement which appeared in Washington newspapers
we are wholly dependent upon th. purchased In the four months prior to The building of the Red Cross while the Senate was discussing the question of warprohibitionit
voluntary assistance of the American March L houses in 40 array camps in this coun-
is declared that 2.082,637 union workingmen petitioned the President -
then talken Charles
1 try was up by E.
L people and we ask that the following; 0.. Manufacturers using wheat products "
Fox assistant director of Camp Service and Congress against "cutting off their booze.
rules) aball be observed: for on-food should Great Wheat Stocks
purposes
In charge of construction: and the
Here the facts
I 1. Householders to use not to exceed are :
I cease such use entirely. purpose of these houses was explained *
J' a total of 1% pound. per week of 6. There 1* no limit upon the use of to the Field Directors and assistants Isolated. This advertisement fake 1

wheat products per person. This other cereal., flour, and meals, corn, who were present. Quarters and was a
Deans not more than 14 pounds of a place of amusement will be provided
barley, buckwheat flour -
potato .tc.tera.
First, according to the.official report'of the of the
r. Victory: bread containing the required In these houses for convalescent soldiers secretary ,
.' "percentage" of substitutes and one-half who've well enough to leave the If* the shortage In ship that American Federation of Labor at the time this petition was ,

', //pound of cooking flour, macaroni, Many thousand families throughoutthe hospitals and yet' not well enough to la putting the Allle and the being prepared there 'were 10,000 fewer members in Ihe Federation
land
'crackers, pastry, pies, cakes, wheat are now using no wheat products return to active duty as well aa accommodations United States on wheat rations. than there 'were alleged signers of the petition.
whatever for the families
except a very snap of men
'breakfast cereals, all combined amount for cooking purpose, and are who are 111 enough to make It necessary Great stocks of wheat are isolated Second, only twenty-two states are,(Mentioned in this petition .c(

X Public eating places and clubs tot doing so la perfect health and aatlsfactlon. to send' for their relatives. It Is In India, and Australia. Atgreat and yet the number of alleged signers from but .
>obs rve two wbeatles days per week twentytwostates 1
that
being planned a large part of the
There U DO reason why' all of saeriflce In and
ship space is greater than the total membership of the American
Monday and Wednesday, as at present 'furniture for these houses shall be :
la addition thereto not to serve to th. American people who are able to made by the older boys In the use the Allies are forced to secure -S Federation of Labor in forty-eight state '
cook households
la their
own cannot.
suty one (at at any one meal asaggregate Junior Red Cross auxiliaries. some wheat from Argentina
of brcadstnffs./ macaroni ubslat perfectly well with the use of The construction In the camps Third si a matter of fact, this petition was not signed by 'j

cracker< pastry, plea, cakes, wheat less wheat products than one and one- of the Southern Division will be supervised January' 1, Australia had individual workingmen. In most cases a small minority of the I

breakfast cereals, containing a total half pounds a week and we specially by John R. Dillon of Atlanta, stored 100000000. bushels Of I members, of the organizations mentioned presumed to speak t
ask the well-to-do of the firm of Morgan Dillon, architects .
household In thecountl'J'
of more tbaa two ounce. of wheat wheat that was ready for ex- for the entire membership. ;
who has volunteered his
to follow thT
Wour. 'No "Wheat products to be served gramme In order that we additional may provide pro- vices to the Southern division for .t'r'l) port-but there were no ship. ,Fourth only 445 local labor bodies out of 22,000 local labor e
the necessary marginal supplies for sort of architectural work. Thea came the new crop withan I unions are listed as laving signed the petition
t tnf estabMshtaents not to buy more Men trained in work similar to that exportable surplus of 80,000- i
those parts,of the community less abl. Fifth in cases individual trade unionists
than six pounds of wheat product. for of the Home Service department' are 000 bushel Now Australia has many were counted
;, each ninety meals served thus conforming to adapt themselves to so large a proportion wanted at once for work in the camps, approximately 180,000,000 bushel I again and again; first in their international organizations; '

1. with the limitations requested of substitute and on the transports. All applicationsIn waiting for chip second in their state labor bodies; third in their central'i
of the householder In order that we shall be able to this division should be made to labor unions fourth in their local unions fifth
Joseph C. Logan Director of Civilian India at the same time, bad ; ; in such organizations
make the wheat
that absolutely -
I 8. Retailers to sell not more than export are
Relief. I 70,000,000 bushels of wheat as personal liberty leagues mutual benefit societies

I one-eighth of a barrel of flour to any demanded of u* to maintainthe '
Field Directors and Assistant FieldDIrf't'tors '
civil and stored for export. During April etc. For example-over 150,000 'of those enumeratedas
population
m town customer at any one time and soldiers of the
at the conferencewere
present bushels more out of being identified with
60,000,000 union label
not more than one-quarter of a barrelto allies and our own army we proposeto T. T. Flagler, S. A. Darrach, Dr. trade departments labor
any country customer at any onetime supplement the voluntary cooperation JOl'lab'Mor8e. banning Harvey; W. R. the new crop will be added to temple associations, sick benefit funds, mutual benefit societies

i' and In no case to sell wheat of the public by a further limita Carr, William C. Denny H. M. Voor. I the pile. and personal liberty leagues, are counted a second time in

products without the sale of an equal. tion of distribution and we shall place heel, J. Loaning Clark, H. A. Field Argentina closed the last shipping I bona fide labor unions.
weight of other cereals. at once restrictions on distribution William 8 Moore, J C. Williams and season with ll.OOO.OOO J

4. We ask the bakers and grocer to which will be adjusted from time to Mrs. Charles A. Sheldon Sr. bushels of wheat left In the THE ALLEGED PETITION IS A SLANDER AND AN INSULT
,
' reduce the volume of Victory bread time to secure as nearly equitable distribution GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN tock available for export. The TO VAST NUMBERS OF THE FINEST TYPE OF AMERICAN
of the as possible. With the arrival will add 135,000.000 to
t f old, by delivery three-quarter WITH LEMON JUICE new crop WORKINGMEN. '
4 pound loaf where one pound was sold of harvest we should be able to relax the left over.

before; and corresponding proportions such restrictions. Until then we 'ask Make a beauty lotion for a few centsto It Is not a problem that the Besides it is a deliberate attempt to deceive not only workingmen -

g In other weights. We' also ask baker for the necessary patience saeriflce remove tan, freckles sallown 88. wheat doe not exist In the but the public in general. The men who printed and
not to Increase the amount of their and co-operation of the distributing .
for this
advertisement know
world-It Is entirely a problem paid that they lied. Every trade
wheat flour purchases beyond 70 per trade Your has the lemons and
!: ..... ..... . drug store grocer of toilet counter wil supplyyou any of shipping which has thrown on unionist who stops to think about it knows that they lied.
America the obligation of dividing .1
with three ounces of orchard Any man who can read the English language knows that they
stock with the Allle ;
r DO YOUR EYES NEED ATTEN-*, MISS HELEN JONES WINNER IN white for a few cents. Squeeze the our lied-if he will take the trouble to analyze their figures.If .
T10N juice of two fresh lemons into bot-
t t ',.' 'The service of the oculist is easen- OKEECHOBEE SCHOOL CONTESTThe tle, then put in the orchard white a and the leaders of the wet campaign lied ABOUT workingmen they

4 ''tial: in treating diseases of the eyes shake well. This makes a quarter Non-Fatal Injuries( Quite Common.' will lie TO workingmen,: and they will lie TO 'a ABOUT anybody

.and correcting defective vision by securing friends of Miss Helen Jones, a pint of the very best lemon skin In a booklet published by the JCtna else-even the President of the United 'States-it's anything to
xl o glasses that are scientifically former resident) of Kissimmee and whitener and complexion beautifier Life Insurance Co., we find the following away with the goodi. get
l n fitted to'your eyes. I graduate of Osceola High school will known. Massage this* fragrant, item: "Available statistic prove
Properly fitted glasses oat no moremoney.than be interested to learn that Iii the War creamy lotion daily into the face, neck, that last year in the United States If you believe that the traffic in Alcohol .,'
* 9 ,>. improperly fitted one. Saving and Thrift Stamp contest of I arms and hands and just see how 11.000,000 people' received non-fatal **..
.;, I They certainly cost much leas eyestrain the Okeechobee county schools Miss ,. freckles, tan, snllownees, redness and injuries." This must include slight does more harm than good-HELP STOP ITI I
'- and the satisfaction of know- Jones, with the cooperation of her pug roughness disappear and how smooth, injuries not sufficiently serious to re-
::.flag you' have the right ones la worth pile purchased $74fl.OO worth of Government -' soft and clear the akin becomes. Yes I quire the attention of a surgvon. People
r great deal to you. Stamp. and Bond A* a It is ,harmless, and the beautiful results should be prepared to treat injuries Strengthen America Campaign ,

,That' U why' it,is to your velT.de reward, Mia Jones and her pupil received will surprise'you.. of this 'character themselves,
;'elded advantage to have your eye at commencement an American for mot of them all that U needed i* ,
fitted here. DR. E. S. ..HOFFMAN.jOcoKstOptidan flag? awarded air first prize. A' wantad. Ihe a bottle of Chamberlain's 'Liniment.It 1(This, advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Com- .1 i imittee
In ,Valley Gazette
t t { 2S, West C Chursy? St/: II j !,M 4f xoell nt for sprains and bruises, by Charles j telzle. ))1 $
l rXIck a stamp. to lick ,the g. aer." I will rent ;your apart room 'aIacrw.relieve: rblu"atJe'p&iu...

rr r .,
ry
Ili,
HK/ J-
,
y'Y J e
I
t 1\\ -..'

dt ,)'I'1.1I"4'i'' :' :"v/ 3 J' -'rviJ. .r' ndrC{ ')dt'N'/6' ',Nt: t'a"
f'k>>> e41jr y IRrt j; !
i,V'fi: t' 71'pi Ul' *:<*'* C, / ? t'



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs