Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 10, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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SECTION ONE" KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE PAGES 1 TO 8 .1



> Aad 0 SC, E 0 L A JOURNAL, Couolidated1) January 11, 1915. ,

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KI"..._.e valley. K.<.bll.fc4 1MM. IC.._u..tr4 N. *.fcr ." I"""' KISSIMMEE FLORIDA FRIDAY .
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CORNELIA LANCASTER.. AND OSCEOLA SUBSCRIBES, ONE . \;'




EDGAR BRYAN WINNERS IN AND ONE-HALF TIMES ITS :,



THE DECLAMATION CONTESTThe a '. ,. QUOTA FOB, LIBERTY BONDS ';



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annual declamation contest-I-;quality; as a speaker which he excelled I Kissimm'e-e as a city and the entire---tal subscriptions are 112300. 'This,

participated in by the pupils of the and gave promise of even better county have wonderfully supported as you will sec, is practically 162 per
the government of this .nation in every cent. These subscriptions represent
school Friday night was pronounced' things to come.
one of the finest programs of its kind I The "Eulogy of Garfield".by Richard war measure asked of them but ''82 subscribers. 3
perhaps no event since the entraining Each of the communities at work'
ever presented here and no one among Bullock was the first declamation.No .
the vast throng, that packed the audi selection could have been better of Osceola's Company B for the train. on these subscriptions is, therefore, q
torium but must have thrilled with! suited to .the speaker ,than this one ing1 camp .has so splendidly demonstrated entitled to an honor flag. These communities
pride when he thought of the finished and the calm, clear: voice carried the et the intense feeling of patriotism are Kissimmee St. Cloud
speakers before him as products of pathos of its message straight to the here as the support; given the and Narcoossee. As I understand it,
the Osceola county high school. hearts of the listeners who lived Third 'Liberty Loan which has just Osceola county id also. entitled to an
Every detail of the evening was in again/ the tragedy of that hour. been carried over the top with an honor flag. These honor flags will be
perfect harmony, eVl.'n"t.he simple Miss Porchie Pherigo's rendition of overwhelming subscription of'152' per presented at an early date. The re-
decorations, the cool looking bank of "Arnold Winklereid" was wonderfully cent.The ports from the several communitiesare
green with the one vivid spot wherea effective and mere' words could not original quota for Osceola as follows:
huge bouquet of red roses glowed express the beauty of 'her pose as I county'was revised to $74,000, and Narcoossee S. J. Entrikin, chair
made an effective background for the she'uttered the closing words: "Thus subscriptions reached a total of man quota $7,500, subscribed $11,-
semicircle of the orators with Prof. Switzerland at last was free." Every $112.300.: Of this'amount $57.500 000St.; Cloud J, K. Conn chairman, q
Evans who were seated on the stage, muscle .of her body, every lineamentof was raised in Kissimmee, $43,000 in quota $30,000 subscribed $43.800;
and showed the decorator, Miss Jean her .face as well as the uplifted St. Cloud, and $11,00 in Narcoossee Kissimmee, Carson Farmer, chair
Caldwell, to be a true artist.A arm carried the inspiration of the -H which entitles, each community to the man, quota $36,500, subscribed $57500. ,- ?
splendid opening number by the moment. hoJior flag, in addition to the honor .
high school orchestra under the direction '"Our Country's Flag" by Donald flap: which the county is eligible to. Permit me to say that the successof
of R DeWitt Brown brought McKay was splendidly given. Donald Another feature of the drive that this movement is due to the earnest
a hearty burst of applause. Then the is one of the youngest speakersof follows out the desires of the admin- enthusiastic efforts of the several
high school chorus, directed by Miss the evening and gives great prom. I Istrntloji was the number of people committees in charge. I wish to ex -
t Myrtilla Peals. arose and began a isp! for the future. who have offered their financial support press special appreciation ,to ,tho fol
processional, entering the stage from Miss Mamie Pillcy made. a dainty to the loan. The $112,300 was lowing/ committees, that at Kissim
*either side and advancing down the little "Elsie" and she whirled her j subscribed by 482 people, which indicated mee, of which Carson Farmer was
center to the footlights where Mish spinning wheel and shyly jested with there must have been many chairman; second, that at St. Cloud, ''
Columbia and Miss Liberty in nic- King Volmer as she refused his proffered CONGRESSMAN W J. SEARS $50 bonds sold. of which J. K. Conn was chairman;
turesquo costumes, who were leading hand. Her selection was ex. I The result of the campaign t)>' third that at Narcoossee of which P
this army, stopped and the lines ceptionally well rendered. Who will speak from tho bandstand tomorrow. Saturday, evening at I been a matter of satisfaction to the J. Entrikin was chairman. Special
4 spread out till more than one hundred Murray Ovorstreet thrilled his. u. 8 o'clock, taking for his subject "What! Congress Has Accomplished! :, and entire state and Mr. Carson has received mention with unusual emphasis
boys and girls, the flower of the city, dience with "The Mission of Amer. What It Hopes To Accomplish." the following congratulatory should be made of the assistance
were, massed as if upholding the stars ica" and lost himself the grandeurof telegram/ from J. H. Griffin ,of Tam rendered by tho women's committee,
and stripes while at the ends of Iie; the ,theme as his resonant )voice pa, chairman of the Tampa Zone of under the leadership of,Mrs. J. Wes
t gethecolors of Englnnd and rang out in the splendid words of this the Liberty Loan Committee: ley Brown and the High School under
France-were shown. With the first classic.. This number was without ST. CLOUD ENTERTAINMENT ,' Tampa, .Fla., May 6. 1918. the leadership of Prof..Evan..
r notes of 'he "Marcellaise" the audience question one of tho best on the pro C., A, Carson, Kissimmee, Fla. The result of these efforts must be
r arose to its feet to pay respect Showing made by your county a gratifying to all the people of Osce i
gram. {
to the notional hymn of France which "The Last Night" was a dramatic: splendid one and you should be proudof ola county as we have so largely
was accorded to the beloved "Ameri- : production recited" by 'Miss Thelma NETS $$500 FOR BED CROSS it. congratulate you ahd your surpassed our quota in bond subscrip
ra" which followed. Then the chorus Woods II. Miss Woodall is a very ascociatas on the good work done.GRIFFIN. Lions thereby showing the intense interest
saluted the flag and ctood'' at attention pleasing speaker and .her selectionwas : our people have in this great ,I'
while Mrs.. Verner Ellis played listened to with rapt attentoin. -- Ex-Senator ,C. A. Carson, County war and its proper solution.
the reveille. "Emmett's Defence of His Char.actor" chairman, Carson Farmer chairmanof Yours truly,
It has long been a disputed subject Friday and Saturday of last week
So meritorious were tho declamations the local men's committee Mrs. J. C. A. CARSON,
J. the
by Edgar Bryan, winnerof
the when the
as to just who put St. Cloud on people by one magnificenteffort ,
that it with Wesley Brown, chairman of the local Chairman Osceola
of tl-e evening was the boys' medal, could scarcely be county,
map. Some have said the old soldiersmade went over the top and established
difficulty that the judges came to. a improved. The strong contrasts be. the city, while others contended this' enviable record for unity woman's committee Prof. R. M. -
conclusion r.s to the winners of the tween the heat of passion and biting that the National Tribune brought and patriotism unequaled In any city Evans chairman of the school activities Mr, Carson .juggested.. the advisa
medals, but after comparing ;their sarcasm, between the retrospection of the soldiers ,there. Some .have been of its size in the state we believe or I Cloud J. K. Conn, chairman of'St.' bility '''ot holding "appropriate exercises ,
figures and striking an average Miss the past and the I heard to proclaim that Stonewall possibly, (in, any state. and S, J. Entrikin, chairman of in connection with raising the
Cornelia Lancaster was awarded thefdrl Broaching ,death were all faithfully Jackson Triplett was the man who The Trip Around the World showed Narooossee feel justly proud of this honor flags when they are received,
*' medal and J. Edgar Bryan received portrayed result and deeply grateful to the com the county flag to float
by the speaker. It was no surrounded the, spot with the alluring attractive booths presided over by over the court
p ; the boys' medal.A surprise to the audience when the halo it enjoys but now we know queer looking foreigners. There was :mittee of fellow workers and the gen house and the Klsslntmee flag to be
eral
serious' note was evident in the medal was awarded to Mr. Bryan. they are all right- and all wrong. St. a flower booth a city market, a lunch this support of the people who made. raised over the band stand in what 1
The charmingly told "A Judith of splendid record possible. In a i Is nearly the center of the city. Mr '
selections and a strong patriotic feeling Cloud herself and the people individually counter, a weighing machine, pink communication
1864" Miss Cornelia Lancasterthe to this paper Mr. Carson I Carson Prof. R. M. Evans
won appointed ,
predominated. Every speaker are responsible for the fact ice cream and even a side show. '
was closely in touch with the characters girl's medal. The selection is a that she is called the Wonder City More than fifty of St. Cloud' sayi Kissimmee: Carson Farmer and Mrs... J. Wesley
he repr sented. and the audience ,difficult one and gives great latitudeto and has just substantiated the fact b; most prominent citizens took part in Kissimmee Fla.. May 7.; 1918. Brown a committee to arrange for
thrilled with the splendid utterances the versatility of the speaker. Miss raising more than $500 by one entertainment this celebration which the entire population Gentlemen Valley Gazette, City. these ceremonies and suggested J that
of the writers. Each Lancaster's voice was wonderfully her and : they be assisted by the workers who
a master pupil given by home people. turned out to patronize
to
who had been honored by being selected flexible in taking the singing parts, This event celebrated the openingof the splendid sum realized was all)) 'donated campaign Referring the the Liberty Loan assisted in carrying on the drive. It

w for this contest showed some .(Continued on page 4) I the new brick passenger depot to the Red Cross.' Osceola county revised was $74,000.quota asked The to-of flags'will Is not known reach at here.this time' when the

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_1i DECLARATION. FILED IN DONEGAN'S WOMAN'S' CLUB IN CLOSING EXERCISESOF CITY COUNCIL PASSES ORDI


CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN THE HIGH SCHOOL '

MILLION DOLLAR SUIT] NANCE AGAINST SEDITIONNo

'The clean-up ''week recommendedby Commencement sermon will be
Governor Catts to begin May 6 reached by- Rev. W. H. Coleman at
the sohool auditorium Sunday, May -
The declaration in the suit filed by was unlawful in the same particularsas has'Woman's been endorsed Club and by Mrs.the J Kissimmee. Wesley 12. All the other! pastors in the city person in Kissimmee may utter general health ,and to make the c+'
Senator Arthur E. Donegan of this in counts one to ,twelve. a disloyal word commit
Brown will be present to 'assist in the serv or a disloyalact suitable for the location of an aviation -
chairman of the committee,
city against; the Bankers' Financing The style of the suit as of record is against the
I ice. A mixed quartette has prepared government, so say camp should Uncle Sam select
named to direct this work and Mrs.J. .
'., Company of Florida, and The Bank. Arthur E. Donegan vs. The Bankers Z. Roberson .her assistant offering : appropriate music for this occasion. the city fathers ,who at their regular this place for .his boys. Mrs. James
are
ers' Trust Company' of Atlanta, Ga., Financing Company, a Florida corporation a series of prizes to the i The culminating event of !the' week, meeting Tuesday evening passed a M. Willson Jr. president of the club,
youngsters
( '.!nd certain banks in the Witham The Bankers Trust Company, who will assist in collecting the I the one ,toward which everyone looks sedition ordinance making such act read a communication from Dr. Rivers J.
>8ystem of Banks, charging conspir- a corporation under the laws of Georgia old'' with pleasurable anticipation is the or word punishable with a fine of one of the leading' physicians of
1.. acy. was filed in the circuit court here W. D. Manley of Atlanta, J. R. found cans within or trash the of limits.any character graduating exercises of the twelfth $600 .or imprisonment of 60 days or Kissimmee, written to the Kisiimmee .1Woman's
last Monday. In the suit Senator Anthony, Jr.," of Jacksonville, Fla.; city grade ,of the ,Osceola high school. both. Councilman Taylor introduced Club answcfling( Inquiriesas
$2.50 will be to the mak
Doncgan asked damages in an George Nolan rnd Orlando Bank and paid boy the ordinance which he said
These-will be held In the auditorium was ir to the present sanitary condition
'I'' the collection the
'rt amount of $1,175,000. Trust Company of Orlando Fla.; ing largest ; $1.50 to Monday evening at 8 o'clock., The line with the splendid patriotic'serv of the city. This letter is printed
second $1.00 to the third, 60 cents to
4 There are thirty counts in the dec- Roger Dodd, cashier Citizens Bank of the fourth.; All prizes will be paid in program will be: ices of this community In sending our elsewhere! in this paper. ,
: laration. The first to the twelfth and Kissimmee, Citizens Bank of Kiaaim- Thrift The Invocation, Rev. O. B. Falls. boys for military service and in sup I Mm. J .Wesley Brown, chairman of
Stamps. same prizes are
'; the sixteenth allege that the object mee, C. D. Dyal, cashier and W. II. offered to the colored inducement Unfinished Symphony B Minor porting every war measure. The ordiu the cleanup'committee from the club
boys an
as
of the conspiracy was to contral the Tunnicliffe: vico president nnd the to them to clean that F. Schubert nce met the approval of the councilman addressed the council calling attention -
of Bank of St. Cloud, Fla., C.C., Young up Movement and became a law.
banking system of the state FlorIda section of the city, also. Allegro to the unsanitary condition of .
... and that the conspiracy is known J. T. Miller and L. W Smith of The clean-up week appointed by High School Orchestra. An unusual number of spectator; the ditches draining the city and ask
as the Witham System or chain of Haines City, and the State Bank of the ends tomorrow but the A Moonlight Boat Ride (adaptationof were present at the meeting, including ed that the grass weeds and other-
banks. The other counts allege that Haines City, Fla., and J. L.: Fonts of. ladies governor having this campaign in charge the Miserere Verdi a delegation from the Kissim- refuse be removed. She suggested
,the purpose of the conspiracy was to Winter Haven. Action by law, conspiracy will extend the time as of the High School Chorus mee Woman's Club, which presenteda that a general cleaning up _of the
.:.; ruin the plaintiff, Donegan, financially damages 1175000.(It contestants are busy with many the examinations "For Dear Old Yale" -Jas. Langston copy of resolutions passed at a recent city be endorsed when every householder
Counts eighteen to twenty-nine, In the declaration is set out that and the closing exercises in 'MillS Gertrude McKay meeting of the club, urging cut the grass and weeds on his
it i, inclusive, allege that the conspiracy (Continued on page. 4)) the schools. Class History, Miss Ruth Ho well. clean-up campaign for the city from premises and if this was not volun-
J'' The money for these prizes was I Piano,solo, the standpoint of safeguarding the (Continued on page 4)) -
donated the "Pas des Amphores" C. Chaminade I...
by Woman's Club, the "
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Eastern Star, the Pythian Sisters, C. Miss Augusta Winn -
Oy--mSCO iS..ORGANIZEOnmmm A. Carson, M. Katz D. G .Wagner, Clarinet solo,
Dr. T. M. Rivers Mr.. Farr, F. H. "Lanette. Charlie Waltz" H. Benne Henton' SCHOOL BOARD DECIDES TO.
Lawson, Mrs. J. Wesley Brown Mrs.J. -Regero
-x. Roberson and Mrs. L. H. In- Valedictory, Miss Christine hey."We'll .
Never Let Our Old Flag Fall"Kelley; II
WITH PLEDGER SCOUTMASTER gram.
RAISE TEACHERS
ORGANIZE WAR High School Male Quartet SALARIES
I Presentation" of Diplomas, Supt. C. E.
-- ) SAVINGS SOCIETIES I Yowell.
A. group of Kissimmee youngsters of their order but there is little doubt I Delivery ef Medals, Prin. R. M. Ev --
,,' has been organized into'what is call that they will accomplish whatever The sale of War Savings and Thrift '! ans. The May meeting of the county Two new school trustees were appointed -
.. ed the Eagle Patrol of Troop No. 1 of they 'attempt.The Stamps continues with a great deal Unfinished Symphony in B MinorF. school board was a busy one. W. C for the St. Cloud distrjct to
the Boy Scouts of U. S. A., which has patrol numbers twelve boys at of enthusiasm. Keep up the good Schubert Bass presided with Members Lanier fill the vacancies made by the resignation
1 pledged to support Uncle Sam by present, including Donald McKay, patrol work and do not let the' movement Andante Movement i of Trustees Capt. Farris and
I, purchasing $100 worth of Thrift and leader; Walter Griffin sec-treas.; lOBe your interest now that the summer High School Orchestra of Campbell Station. Baisden of Ken- 'I A. P. Kaplinger. The newly appointed
January 1st, Frank Woodall assistant patrol leader months Pantomime ansville, and $upt. Yowell all present.
i.War Savings Stamps are near. As the deficit officers are N. L. Edward! and
tas initial service. ; Milton Graham, drummer, and F. will .have to be made up toward the "Columbia" David T. Shaw For some time the board has con Editor C. F. Johnson. '
Ki i Attorney Milton Pledger is scout S. Ledbetter, W. A. Lybrand, Archie I close of the year, what is done now Miss Margaret Stanford, assisted ,sidered increasing the salaries of Os..ceols's A committee of prominent St \\4 k
[master for the organization with E. Kee, Lewis O'Bryan Arthur Bullock, will not have to be done then. by Fourth Grade class. teachers in order to enable Cloud citizens appeared! before the ,
."'Lesley. J. M. Lee and M. S. May J. J, McCranie, Jr., Jack Whidden and : Organize War Savings Societies.Ten "The Star Spanglel Banner" them, to meet the increased cost of board together with Mayor Cadel of
eut commissioners. Frank Reed. or more people -can undertakeany Frances Scott Key living This subject was thoroughly Kissimmee asking for an appropriation -
The boys hold weekly meetings intheir The boys are' firm believers in the goal from one hundred to one High School Chorus discussed, and a decision reached to of $600 to be divided equally between j
club rooms on the second floor saying that; "all work and no play thousand'dollan each or 'as a dub (Audience requested to join in the increase minimum salary paid from the Red Cross societies of St.
of the Lesley building' and have var- makes Jack a dull boy" and are planning (Organization blanks and advice on refrain. $45 per month, the present rate, to Cloud and Kissimmee. This request twas
ped these meetings with hikes to nearby all sorts of sport for the vacation how to organize will be furnished on. $50. This will increase the pay of granted.
places. season to go hand in hand, with application. D. G. WAGNER, NOTICEThe practically every teacher in the Final settlement was made with thi,,
; It is the intention of the scouts to their endeavors to support the gov Chairman, Osceola County Kissimmee Woman's Committee county. firm of Traak ft Nash for the erect 4,
(earn the funds for their ,stamps by ernment. Today :they'are hiking out W. S. 8. of the Council of National Defense Osoeola'a1 apportionment of: state tion"at the Kenansville school: hous
'leaning yards or any other employment to Shingle creek for a fish fry or in Committee.j will hold a meeting of great importance funds from what is known as the One The remainder of the meeting,was
open to them, and are already I Ij case'the fish are too wily to be caught Every American can ,.Wednesday afternoon et4 Mill tax .has been received. It is paid devoted to the selection of the ,teach
i 5 j strictly "on the job." I the boys will broil bacon over live Hun, out of hungry for our boys o'clock'at,' the Hut Memorial building. temi-annually, this payment amounting ers for O eeola'. schools for th*' com at
'. ,, ,';The boys bav* set a high standard,,coals. 'la either event the tepast will !he trenches and our allies by eating I| '. Everyone Is urgently requested to $1595.00, making a yearly total in r"year, md, as *.'" as noasih'" .*, ,
* |tn choosing the eagle as the insignia i[Ibe,, worthy of the hike. less, wheat flour here.,, I I I Ito be present. of .more.. -than.:$3000 from-. this source. this',time' tb* position* wag' JJ.eIfI;. \ ;

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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE!::. MnV MAY 10 1918.
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I J f 1 am Sincere !. Stop Calomel .oJ' :: St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS I Three: Generations Testify' '



I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone i''I AND: NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" to,. the Efficacy 'of-. ,

I IUay's JAMES MILES, MANAGERA DR. CALDWELL'S :

Listen lo me"! Calomel sickens and you may lose a; I' S

-work. If 1)iliousl constipated oo! .. regular meeting of the VeteransAssociation John Wark was a business visitorin Syrup Pepsin
: wan held May 4th, 1918) Kissimmee on Monday.
headachy read my guarantee. at 2 p. m., President W. K. Kenney S. A. Morris was a business ''vIsitorin '
presiding; secretary" Wm. P. Lynch; Kissimmeo on Friday last. The Perfect Laxative .
1 I II I chaplain, J. U. WcBlrott Meeting diaries 11. Marsh . I costs !but n few rent, and if it fails opened with song "America." Prayer :\Monday in Kissimmee'. transacting
Every dnicffist in fom-yollr '
:
liv Chllolnil'l.eronll:; song, "Mary- business. in maintaining the family health. A
relief in of
vlriiggiiit. and'C1'lIoI's'< druggist/ to give: easy every rnm land, My' Maryland. Minutes or last Mrs. S. O. Phelon and Mrs. Jennie
line noticed$ a great fnllm-ofT! in the liver pliifrjridmogs/ find.) consfipitlion, "incetlni?' read nnd passed o, k. President Gordon were visitors in Kissimmeeon combination .of simple laxative; herbs ,j..
Bale of cnlomol. 'Tlienil/ give (the von ]hove only to ask' for your money Kennoy railed for the) "Song: of Thursday last.
fame Tcnson./ : Poilton'u( 'LiverTone biuk.' a Thousand' Years," which was ftiinp\ N.. P. Curtis and wife spent Wednesday with pepsin, free from opiates and narcotic
is f taking its lflC'C. ]oilwn'fl, Liver :T'oriPill n plea'ant- by the choir and audience. The taking' in the sights of Kis-
"Cnloinpl i II' clan rolls /and) pooplr tnslinar, purely "'vc'tretablc! remedy, president read off a list of articles simrnee. .. drugs, and pleasant to the taste, it acts
know it, while Dodfton'0(] Live Toneis JiarinloHs to both children and '/ndiiltfl. found by .parties at various times. W. G, King and Mrs. Dorothy Ja.
'' and restoring'
iKrfcctlv'safe and pivVs 1 bettor 1 t ,TP- Take/ a spoonful nt ni11t'Ind/ wake/ And AS one of the com ;'\ittl>e' of the ques spent Wednesday transacting: easily naturally, normal: reg-

pelts," Enid a prominent local 'dnijrcist / np) feeling) f fine\;'' no biliousness! pick Red Cross order urging all present business at Kissimmee. ularity. First prescribed by Dr. Caldwell
interest
their in the
to keep great Jake
Dodson's ]Diver Tone is per- headache: acid] stomach or ('Iml'lt' i- up Reifschneider left this week
fonally'! gunrnnlwHl bv every drnor-! patrol howl] Tt doesn't Calomel gripe all in and deed noble in work every of department the Red Cross to help and for work-Tulsa in a, Okla.munitions, where plant.he ,will accept more than twenty-five years agoit is today

Kist" who sells it. A ]large/ bottle the next day.like violent win this great war for .the right of Mr.. and Mrs. V; D. DeCosmo of $t. theindispensable family remedy in countless "'1'I

__ ___ __ __ humanity to exist on the face of the Petersburg; are here for a few days'
- - .;--1 -- --- earth; and you are aiding in a great, visit with, relatives and friends. homes throughout the United States. .
grand work when you are giving Win. Bishop left Wednesday for .
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vour money and doing your "bit" for his. home at Oswego, N. Y. He will
The to be safeTHE the pleasure and comfort the noble be in St. Cloud again'the coming fall. Sold in Drug Store -50 c/s. and$1.00
only who have to for
way boys gone fight us. Mrs. H.,. C. Stanford of Kissimmee
and whose. great patriotic hearts will attended our festivities' Saturday
proverb says that the only way to be safe'ls never bless you for what you.' have done last and took the trip around the A trial bottle' can':be obtained free of charge, by writing to

was'made before the .. and are doing world. Dr. ,W. B. Caldwell, 457 washinl:ton St.\ Monticello, Illinois
secure. But that proverb President gave notice of the school An umbrella was found in',the depot -
Two Hartford began to offer their complete insurance concert in .the hall Monday night, last Saturday. It is now at the
May fi i, for the benefit of the school; herald office, awaiting the owner to -' --- - ---'
protection.If also notice of the "sid show" entitled claim it. ;, .
you have a fire insurance policy,you have wisely guarded "Women's Worst Enemy" now in A. II Lcavitt and wife left Tuesday
town; and the title idicates that the for their summer home at Danforth,
of loss but there are others Which
against one source many
'
show Is a good one. :Me. They will be here again next
might cause you as'much: loss as a fire. The The program was in charge of Rqv. season. .
I II. Jl. Bowen, who first told a short 1 1story W. W. Hall, after a residence hereof
INSURANCE ServiceOF of how a woman, an invalid, : six months left yesterday for his PqIITaxNoticePoll
who went from place to place seeking home at St. Paul Minn. He will be .
THE peace-.and rest everywhere, and found here again this fall. '
"one, until she had come to St. Cloud, 'Miss Cora Brown, cousin of Mrs. .
HARTFORDafordsprotectionagainstevery Florida,. at last, and that I is Just the I. F. Bullard, with whom she'has
way it goes ,every time. I told my 'pent the winter, left Wednesday for .
good friends in Knnnas that in Flor- her home at Jackson, Mich.
/ ida is was cool and warm in summer II. N. West, who has been in St.
possible contingency. We 7 and' hot and cold in winter and many. Cloud for more than a year, left yesterday i- Taxes must be paid on or be-
other good things for Florida. for Jamesville, Md. He will
would like an opportunity to f Brother Bowen is of most
one the return here the coming winter.
explain it to you. thorough orators ever inside the Mrs. E. E. Faunce, who has spent fore Saturday, May llth, in order
bounds of the state of Florida. He the 'past two years in St. Cloud, left
D. AGNERr ''s an immensely persuasive speaker, Monday for Aurora, Missouri, where
G.1W on any subject, particularly; Red she will spend the summer.E. qualify to vote in the June Primary. -
Ins.raDce.-Bond. Cross, and all patriotic lines; and he J. Sargent, who has been here
.r Citizen Bank Bldg. Kissimmee 7A spoke at large of the: next great drive for the past six months, left Monday
'. soon to be made for a work to be accomplished for his home at Aurora, Mo. He will
for great things to be return to St. Cloud in the fall. .
done; and he said "I believe you good Mrs. Wm. Phipps is in receipt of C. L. BANDY, _
people! are doing to do it sure, as you the sad news that her sister, Mrs
did before.: Jene Gore, passed away rt; her home
President Kenney told the audience at Whitewater, Kans., last week. Tax Collector.W. .
A CROSS again not to forget the side show. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pickens left
THE SCARLET Meeting closed by singing the Star Tuesday for Carlton, Ohio. So well
I Spangled Banner choir and audience. pleased were they with St. Cloud
.L By Wm. P. LYNCH, that they will return here in the fall
Secretary.Mrs to remain permanently,
Margaret WiddemerOf Mrs. G. W. McGowan left Tuesday
the VlQllanUa. : J .G. Hill'' Is In Apopka the for Kissimmee after a few days visit
guest of Mrs. R. G. Widrig. with Mr. and Mrs. A. Rockwell at
H, ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGH
Mrs. Rhoda Lucas and son, Jene, their country home on the shore of
What Ui it that 700 do today: who lift the Scarlet Crow spent Saturday in Kissimmee.Mrs. Lake Gentry.J. ARNOLD
3 For all the withered world U down In ruin and In loss, Bascia Grebe left yesterday W. Wiseman left Wednesday for & MacDONOUGH
for her home at Warrensburg-, Va. his home at Columbus, Ohio. This
And all the world hears clashing sword, and bean no found less plain Mrs. M. Z. Johns was a visitor from was Mr. Wiseman's second season In Contractors, Engineers, Architect
St. Cloud and he will return here in
St. Cloud to Kissimmee .
do who lift the Croat, but heal to flfbt again T on Saturday.Mrs.
What can you Mary K Rankin left Thursday / the late fall. DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG.y
for Punta Gorda, after a stay J. T. Burress left Wednesday mornIng -
We guard the women left alone heartbroken for their dead here of five months. for Kentucky, after a most pleas-
.We save the children wandering where all says Fear hat fled, Paul Northrop ,so well remembered ant stay of five months. He will,

:& by our people, .is spending a few like all good people, return. to, St.
We raise again the broken towns swept,.down by shot and shell,": /) \"';_ days here with friends. .' .' 9Gud the coming fall.;: 'J1'//.ei.riilti:;.
'. We heal again, the broken souls hopeless from learning Hell-., ,;,':/I'V% ;\ '.',' t'I'' .samuel Dent and wife left" I "I'C L,<\Nottand wife'andi'grandson,
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: < urday.:mornlngfor.,Gilman; Texas,saU Ivan(\.StarkegleftTuosdayfotheir j WRIGLEYSSix
Oh, they who saw but Grief'and Hate see now our red' sign'pIi n-i ter a'stay' 'here of six.months.; *:i* home"\ in;Arkansas,'?!'after_all most
,We save the sad world's soul alive that War had nearly: slain MrsJ! F.|M. Beaver and son, Ralph, pleasant winter here. They will be
spent a couple of days last week transacting here again the coming season.
business at Kissimmee. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pickens who
Deaconess Louise Stfrothman &left have been here since the holidays,
for Cincinnati, Ohio, on Tuesday, I left Tuesday for their home at Can-
where she wi 1 the summer. ton, Ohio. They will return in Sep
Mrs Belle Lather left Tuesday for tember to remain permanently.Miss .
Peoria, 111., after a stay here of seven Anna S. Purdy arrived Mon-
months with her brother, Wm. John- day evening from Winter Park for a : reasons hood '
, several days' visit with her parents, WHY
Osceola Hardware Co. son.J.. V .Beck and wife left Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. P.,V. L. Purdy, Maryland . friend
for Grand Lake, Mich., where they avenue and Eleventh street.
will spend the summer, returning Dr. B. F. Owens and wife after a
he"p in the fall. stay here of several months, left
John M. Carpenter, who has beenIn Tuesday for their home at Louisville,
Located on Klssimttiee'sBUSIEST St. Cloud since it was founded, left Ky. 'For several years Dr. and Mrs. =
CORNER Monday for Oklahoma. He will return Owens have spent the, winter months 1 Steadies nerves f
in the'early fall: in St. Cloud, and will return here
Thos. Brunk left Monday for Cincinnati again in the fc.ll.! r 2 Allays thirst '.
Ohio, after a most delightfulsix T. W. Hayes of South Boston, Va.,
months (here. He will be in St. after a stay here of a month, left ::1
WIRE SCREENWIRE Cloud again next season. Monday for home. Mr. Hayes statedon 3 Aids appetite
Mrs. E. Sedore left Tuesday for her leaving that St. Cloud was the .

SCREEN is very hard to get now. Our government' has summer home at Pomeroy, Ohio. She best little city Ihe had found, and 4 Helps digestion
would return here In
the fall
will the to
spend summer in Michigan, remain
commandeered much of the that ordinary folks
factory can
so output returning here in the fall. permanently. .
get but little. We are fortunate in having a large stock bought before fcev. J. B. Westcott) chaplain of theP. Cyrus Phelps and wife left Wednesday : 5 Keeps teeth clean '
this happened. It is all I 16-mesh and double galvanized. You had O. S. of A., is in attendance upon for their home at Flushing, .

better buy right away and protect yourself. for the "skeelers" will get the state convention of that order Mich. That being the fifty-second I 6 Its economical
now in session in Key West. anniversary of their wedding, a number -
if don't watch out.
you you D. C. Cope leaves Monday for an of friends gathered at the depotto II
extended trip through the middle bid them farewell, presenting them ..
A POCKET KNIFE is the indispensible companion of every man. west, which will include stops in 'with a bouquet of flowers. i
We have a large stock of the best brands. While you are buying, remember Georgia, Indiana and Michigan.Mrs. Mrs. R. H. Hatcher is spending a ,
Dora Nocker left Monday few days this week with friends at
and too.
childhood
days buy-your boy one, -
your for Jacksonville. Mrs. Hatdher's mother
Detroit
morning Mich., after a I .'
delightful< winter here. She will return Mrs. Chas. Goodrich, who moved from i ,
A large, solidly built LIBRARY TABLE, with shelves for sheet to St. Cloud in the early fall. here to Arkansas) last year, will arrive Keep the soldiers

I music and magazine., etc., would be a permanent; investment in yourhome. Mrs. Geo. Wykes,' Mr. and Mrs. in Jacksonville Monday and return and sailors supplied I iWRIGLE
I Arthur here with Mrs. Hatcher.
Ferner and Frank Schindlerleft
See them at our store. ,
j Saturday for Ada, Mich. They Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Myers ond 15
ii I Will return here in the early fall. daughter, Miss Harriet, left Monday
J Prepare lo enjoy your porch this summer .by having a cozy E. M. Yeatman and sister, Miss for a two-months' stay nt their old
SWING put up.. We sell the justly celebrated WOODALL SWING" Ruby, left Tuesday for Washingto- home, Muncie, Ind.. Mr. Myprs is Three '
strong, durable and low priced. county, Kansas, where they will building a handsome home on New r"tpERFEGi GUM
spend the summer, returning in the York avenue between Sixth and Seventh Flavors
streets, which he will completeon
THRIFT'STAMPS fall.Mrs.. Annie Fisher Patton will stay his return, and with his family

Do your bit with your litwo bits." Make your "slacker quarter'1 in St. Cloud for a few months with occupy the coming winter. IIRIGLEYCHEWING ,
her father, Comrade( WIn. P. Lynch, Those in charge of the coming Red
? Thrift
win the How Buy Stamp.
help war. a and will Cross drive, which
probably make this her future begins May 20th,
Susette is still sick, but improving. home. desire to express their deepest thanks GUM
The Wisconsin Association will and gratitude to Mr. S. W. Porter, wnwoco _
WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS meet next Thursday night. May 16, who so kindly conveyed the committee -,
at the home of Mr. Byers, Pennsylvania to Kissimmee last Monday in his
avenue and Sixth street, at 2 p. auto. It is such little acts of kind- I'I'
n Prohibition is rapidly taking the oozeS m. Refreshments of ice cream and ness that brings sunshine into our
out of booze. cake will be served, and a full attendance lives during these days of darknessand
of members is desired.Col. disaster
----. !. I. C. Casenberg left Tuesday' William S. Roney from Philadel-
In these- days waste means defeat.Don't for Friendsville, Tenn. lie will return phia arrived in St. Cloud from St. 1to'
waste if wish to retain your here during the late' summer to Petersburg last week. He has been Y
t you' remain 'permanently, so well pleasedwas in St. Cloud twice this last winter
J .: present waist. _. he with the advantages this city and was impressed 'with the desirability -
I
l offered the homeseeker., of it AS a winter residence.
r' A truly great man never proclaims his Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. Lamm, after a lit he can get what he wants he will
4r dimensions from the He does stay here of six months, left Tuesday probably be here next winter. Ilia Chew It after every meal I
,t housetop. eveningfor their home at White City.Cans. i niece ,JIM been quite ill in St. Peters-
r old J.rk..r Ogle. D.K things, and allows a discriminating pubs Before leaving they stated burg, but has recovered and the doe-
s "DoIfG. motto 40&1 In pupil Dog bfcV.lie to do the meuurinK. their stay here was so pleasant that tor has advised her that the Florida '
they would be here again the .coming climate is what she needs to make her. The Flavor Lasts !
season.! strong and :welL ..
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY,GAZETTE, FRIDAY MAY 10, 1918. THREE,
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MEN, NOT..MONEY WANTED I, School Convention J

Catarrh of Stomach I' FOR Y. M. C. A, SERVICEThe County Sunday [


The Osceola County Sunday School Association will hold its Conventionin
Mrs. Mary Fennell R. F. D. Po Made Well by '
mona.,,Missouri writes: ...rwith War Work Council of the: Y. new men. Floridas' quota Is sev the Kissimmee Presbyterian Church Tuesday, May 16, 1918, beginning at 9
"1 wish to tray a few word In the M.\ C. A. is making a drive for men' enty-five, or twenty-five a month. '
By Peruna. Only seventeen of the twenty-five o'clock A. M. < ,
praise of Peruna, I have used It In tiffs instance to '
not carryon
good results for cramps In the money were found the.fiut month. The War Every Sunday School in the county is earnestly requested to tend dele-
stomach Also found It the very their work: in the fields of France Work Council is organizing tho slate\;
thing for catarrh of the 'head. My My Sister and at the training camps at home. fot: more men. gates to this meeting. The people of Kissimnvte will entertain those who

Inter waa cured of catarrh of stom General rershlnf has issued a call 1 "My\ business today Is to find a local attend. ' '
ach by the use of Peruna.*' Also Cured for 3,00 field secretaries for his,army 'committee of strong men for a "
Mrs. E. T Chomer, 69 East: 42nd e, and an. effort Is being made to send) propaganda in this part of Osceo'n The program for the convention follows:

St., Chicago ((11., Bays: "Manalln 1 1000 of these men across each month.It county. The chairman of this com- "9:00 Devotional services led by A. S, Nelson. ,
beat laxative on'the market for liver By has been estimated that Florida's mittee is 11. G. Wagnef. Other memo i
and bowels, very good for Indigestion quota of this number would be 25 bers'are 11 M, Evans and A. S. Nel- 930; Address of Welcome by John L Overstrcet. t

and heart,,burn. '. I each month for three months and it Bon. Two more men will be added Response by the Rev I. L..Jenkins _
** these who object to liquid medi PEcine. RU NA that number '-ill volunteerfor from neighboring towns. t
is hoped "
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can secure Peruna tablets service during this period. I-V "The men wanted must be of outstanding 10:00 Suggestions,on' "Activities for, Teen-Age Boys, by {Prof. R. M.Evans 1

------ -- the' month} of April only seventeen rhristian character, friendlymen Suggestions on "Activities for Teen-Age Girls," by Miss' Lena*\'Car
secretaries were sent from this state, and leaders. The standard ages .
THE LIBERTY LOAN ,AND'THE newspapers, and it gives me 'grewpleasure which leaves .a part of Jast month's are from 31 to 60, though those older penter., Discussion, -
to make this acknowledgment. quota to be supplied.G. and younger will be taken, in 1 exceptional Appointment of comrpUtees.I ,
NEWSPAPERS < '
; the. chief An enlightened asset of democracy.public opinionis By B. Waldron of Tampa, field sec all cases.the Qualifications heededare I II I : 15 Enthusiasm in Sunday School Work, by the Rev.' James M. King.
War Work Council for from to
V retary of the way driving a car .. .
The relation" the newspapers of keeping the people of America informed Florida was in Kissimmee in the interests the highest type 'of Christian service Noon Recess. .". .
the and
to the Loan
country Liberty on public events and transmitting
of the organization he represents The very best men 'of Kissimmee are 't AFTERNOON .
other governmental efforts is ex financial' and .
"word of the .
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with bus- wanted and the best of usefulness
and arranged leading type "
'*' pressed in the telegram, of Secretary, other needs of the, government, the ifiess men here to/ act as al( committeeto is promised. The Y. M. C. A. 1130 J : Devotional Services led by the Rev I. L Jenkins ,' ,
McAdoo assembled in i
to the editors
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American have.
newspapers performed take charge of this imo-rtant ser proposed to take all necessary care 2:00 A SympV osium the Teacher and His Work t
,New York last week in attendance on a public and incalculable serviceto ; on ; 7 7p
vice. The personnel of this committee fiancially of the men and their fam-
the meeting of the American,. News.. the nation. I know that the ser- will be D. G. Wagner, A., S. Nel ilies. Anyone desiring such service ,' The Teacher and His Work as Viewed by the Superintendent, by f
paper Publishers' Association. vice_ will be continued and that thenewspapers son and Prof. Jl., M. Evans ia,asked to 'see one of the committeemen. Jat. Goff. '
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"Will be good enough to ex- full share '
you will do ,their: Mr. Waldron in ,of this ."" "
1-ress to the members of the American America to win this speaking Teacher and Hit Work Himself : ,
-assisting war work said: No estimate has been made of the The as Viewed by by W. H.t Jones.

,, Newspaper now in session Publishers', my sincere Association and- for democracy and justice. "General Pershing,, has called fqr county's share of this war work but The Teacher and His Work at Viewed by'the Scholar By MU J.
three thousand men for Christian scr Osceola has "gone over the top' with '
warm appreciation of the great service Visiting cards printed by the Val. vice across the water. These are going every other measure asked of her and 1 Star Paisley. <
have rendered to their
try by they their consistent, unselfish coun-and ley Gazette job Department.Drives over at the rate of a thousand a will without doubt give this call the Discussion. i

patient suport of the successive Lib- month and their places must be t filled _same_ u_ _satisfactory_ _ response. Report of Committee__......;...__ nn.. _Nomination_...;..._ .;__. nf Officers; for the ..n..in..._...g Y ear.
erty Loans, which have been offered : Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe I I I '
by the Treasury Department. Old' at.nd.rdeeaer.I.trenatbenin! Ionic, la I cross between"the red and white va- Departmental Conferences, , i
"These loans could not have surf-' OROVK'H TASTKLBS8, chill TUNIC.drTrei outM.1arl..eorlche.lheblood..ndbulld.opthe.rs rieties to the Gazette office recently.It EVENING MEETING
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deeded without the support of the lem. A true tonic, for.dulu. ,and children. boa I ROLL OF HONORThe I was fourteen inches in diameterand
weighed more than a pound. It 8:00: Devotional and Song Services. 1{
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was evident that the plant had not Address the State Secretary.
8(15 by 'J'
of the Kis its :
following pupils completed 'growth us the top was .\
simmee Public School have not been not mature, but had been bent over by Address by the Rev. H. H. Bowen. '

absent nor tardy during the month the preceding. heavy rains It was Adjournment. a\.
ending April 12, have made an average certainly: some onion and if Mr. I '
State Bankof of 90 r>or cent or more in their Story's garden is on a par with this W. B. WITHERSPOON Secretary. i
studies with not less, than 85 in any specimen he need have no' fear of .
subject and not less than 96 ,in deportment food shoitage. NEWS NOTES held a four days' conference at Birmingham "

: "-- Regular observance of the Sabbathis Ala., April 14 to 17. 7)hiecongress' ";
: C-Clifford KISSIMMEE PLUM :R THOUGHT
Kissimmee First Grade Chapman, .
is if ,
needed ,for tty conservation of the distinctly not ,exclusively '
Hcward Falls, Preston Patrick Lilla ,HE NEEDED NEW PIPES
I physical, moral and spiritual! healthof southern. The delegates are ;j
,Hnmmack, Lannie Woodall. '
;; ;; men, and he who i ignores this pro- all southern and only an occasional
First Grade Christine. Lybrand. My stomach and intestines were always -
l' The of the world I vision for good lives! folishly. person is invited from the North to
AJI'IPOrdas, Margate Yates, Edna full of gas and I often had severe speak. It is composed of just about
eyes colic attacks. The and \
Albert pain
Cri-
Williams, James Burkam, soreness
number of white
I equal aMnegroes.
an people
I jner. Hampton Bowen Billie Hyatt, caused rne to think I needed a new set Twenty-nine of the Presbyterian 1
'Emil Duke. of pipes. Since taking !Mayr's\ Won. pastors of'New York City heve given The delegates were principally f
!ilerful ,all this has i up their pastorates to do war work. ) college presidents, teachers, '
the who I First Grade A-Annie Lee Bass, Remedy disappeared -
editors business !
and
are on man Doris Goodman, Ethel Jones, Helen and my only trouble now is to make I Seven lire doing work in various can- farmers.publicists There about four men hun'!,
eiglht are Y. M. C. A. secretaries were
tonments
I Rogers', Evelyn Welch Eunice Bass, enough dough to buy all the fo.d I'd
dred delegates and these
Henry Bratton, 'Marshall Miller.' like to eat." It is a simple, harmless I. nine' are chaplains, two are present ..f,
were about equally divided between
with the Red Cross, is in the diplomatic ,:
Second Grade li-Nonan Graham, preparation that removes the 'atarrhal one j
the two The of this
from the intestinal tract service, one In' the United races. object rl
Oliver mucus
Stanley Chapman, Eugenia, ,
is to discuss
and the inflammation which States Medical reserve, and one witha congress frankly race
Marion Singletary, Lena Driggers, allays '
relationship and the problems of the ,t
Alpheus Gilbert, Paul Yowell, Charles causes practically all stomach liver hospital unit. Eight of these men .. ,
South. So wholesome seemed the
SAVESPAUSE are in France, three in Russia, two results -
Tyson, Harry Lee Swain Montelle and intestinal ailments, including p-
Lane. pendicitis. One dose will convince or in,Palestine and one in England. This of this meeting that it was urgg

Second Grade A-Geneva Bowen, money refunded. J. Z. Roberson is an average of 41 per cent of the ed that every white delegate,when he
1
I Alberta Bronson. Alice Barber, Jose druggist, active pastors of a single denomination got home try to bring together the t
in our chief city who are doingwar
phine Griffin Virginia Harris, Ella of best whites and the best blacks' in his ""
and these
Chamberlain's Tablets. service 42 cent
Quirk, Geneva Roberson, Jennie per
Schilder, Katherine Waring Erma People everywhere speak well of are rendering service abroad. Any community for just such a meeting.' t
White Helon Bell, Franklin Edwards. Chamberlain's Tablets. If you are community should be proud of such a This organization has been in existence -
for a moment, young man, Emery Harris, Gettis Tyner Cecil I II troubled with indigestion or constipation record. for several years "

\I give a thought to' self. The Whaley.Third Grade A-Laura Lee Taylor I' ,to give be them benefited a trial.by them.You are certain I The Southern Sociological';;' ;;' Congress Dr. W B. Witherspoon. dn

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James Moore. Enoch Herzberg, Jewel.1.IfHler. -
problems that confront ,you now, or 'ell. Ethel Joiner Viola Belle Yow '' ,

will a few years hence.Look Third. Grade .B--Nellie Gilbert,
Tempie Minx Hazel Nicks, Emma B.
Quirk Elsie Sdhilder Sallie Story, W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGHArnold
about you-the men of affairs ia' country, state nation-
Sarah Duke Virginia Bowen, Ruth OFFJCE GROUND FLOOR .
yes, ,in the world, are the men who started to sate early l in life. Parker Marian Patrick, Joe,Denning, "
Julian Graham Geo. Lee Singeltary, t r ' ill, ' {l"i"lj" ', t ij[CITIZENS, BANK BUILDING ,itul', ,Vr"I'I1I4i4tP' pi,4;

They have the respect and confidence of the community.1 , Cleveland Yates Alvin McCranie. ? Phone312 $

"*'"''' "* '' "*" ,i.' \:" J'<.\1! t&'",, mhyi' -' "' 's- ''', x ,Fourth Grade 'B'--Harry!!,;Woodall;
Then''look-on the 'other side-at the fellow 'who spend all they : Arvilla Fansler Rosella Cooperr."tctFourth ;

make-they may have a food time for a while, bat what does their Grade A-Helen Chapman,
reflect Doris Davis, Catherine Denning Vivian '
personality Floyd, Oren Brown McClure Lup-
fer, Willie McGahee. -
A dollar or so deposited in this' bank will be the I| Fifth Grade B-Elizabeth Moore,]

nucleus of an honorable, independent career. Georgia Fairbanks, Eleanor Over-

Make your beginning now--today. Your bank street.I &
book will the way. I Fifth Grade _ARebekah Miller, -
pare
Eunice Rivers Helen Winn, Irvin

Capital stock _________v________ '.... ____ 100000.00 | Driggers, Russell 'Edwards, Edna
Yates, Coleman. ,
Resource orer____.._____________,___?______ 600,000.00 I Sixth,Mary Grade li-Lillinm Moore,

Florence Marison Virginia Lesley,
Officers and Directors: Virginia Fansler R. D. 'Thomas, Bas-

C.o A. CARSON President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P. I comb Sixth,Lane.Grade A-'Fred Lupfer net i MacDonoughREAL

ROMA! THOMAS! CashierN. Graves, Clara Johnson, Katherine
:Miller Elizabeth G. Moseley, Madge

C. BRYAN, N. n. CARSON, M. KATZ. I Rivers May Winn.
h C. A. CARSON II. FLEMING, E. L. LESLEY, I Seventh Grad.> B-Emery, Brown,
J. WADE TUCKER, Directors. Zelma Bronson Kathrvn McKay. I
Seventh Grade A-Blanche Mueller.
Eighth Grade B-Ella Gardner, I
u Mary Srhilder, Louis Hi1 t..el, James I IDitt7.

: ESTATE!
C. A. CARSON: 'Presi ent. N. C BRYAN. Secretary.:. Eighth Grade A--J. J. McCranie,
Dorothy Miller, William Milton, Vel-
ma Hudson, Ruby Oliver, Elizabeth

The Waters & Carson Sutton.Parker Emily Sanderson Thelma 0

High School.
First Year-Frances Kritz, Irene
Milton, Dorothy Denning. I HAVE THE LAND you want-any size
Grocery Company Second Year-Edith Miller, Lucille I WE
Harvey Percie Oliver, Ruth Camp. : A
. bell.Third Farm from 5 to 640 acres or more'with or
Year-None.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES Fourth Year-Ruth Howell, Christine -
Ivey, Gussie Winn. without orange groves, land adapted to the growingof


MRS. POTTER PALMER DIES AT CASTOR BEANS Truck Farms Chicken Farms

HER WINTER HOME AT OSPREY ; ,


Mrs. Potter Palmer, social leader, Cattle ranches Hog raising general farming Potato o
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philanthropist and businesswoman
000000..e . 000 0 00 00000 . 0 . wealthy
one of the largest land own-
0 0 '
ers in Florida died at 9:15 o'clock and land soil.
-:-. 0 WE SELL: WE BUY; : Cabbage or virgin
J' 0 ounday evening at her winter homeat ,
Osprey, thirteen miles south of
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HAY
.0 GRAIN A HIDES .. ters Sarasota for ,the where last she eight spent years.her' win-She We have a number of bargains in city'' prop-

was a groat believer in Florida and
0 0 FURS "
FERTILIZERS its future. She was one of the largest erty that wouldn't resist.
you
WOOL owners of land in the Miakki section
0 SHINGLES 0 and many thousands of cattle ranged
+ AND over her holdings. Scores of men Call on us to show you. It costs you nothingto
+ ORANGE BOXES. + were in her employ. Her cattle campson
r + + ALL the Miakki were like those of the
t 0 ORANGE WRAPS e + + great old western ranges. She is let us prove that we have the land you are look- '.
, + + COUNTRY said to have owned over 240ooOllcres
VEGETABLE CRATES + + of land in Manatee county. Sl.e was
+ + + PRODUCE. very progressive and a great friendof ing for---in the place you like-and at prices you '
Manatee Times.A. .
0 CRATE NAILS + county -Tampa
0.o +
+. . . . . O..e . . . ,. . + . . + M. STORY GROWS \ can pay.

MAMMOTH ONION
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. .

Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. While many Kissimmee citizens are

Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. growing war gardens A. M. Story \

We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and one** has everybody beat when it comes to
,.'' S. Food raising onions. He brought a splen-
fertilizera.U.. Administration License No.
on G-Z2092) I
did specimen of the straw Bermuda: I

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COME OUT IN THE OPENA the turning of the tide that can bring fend&nta conspired by slander and libel profound impression upon those I I

K1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I Ir..la. corculated laiseriam and kultur very near to the and through/ the use of banks in 'I .. His ,,fine voice reached eve Classified Advertisements:
notice
public was shores of America itself, would have the Witham System to bring about I point in the large auditorium as he

ebout the city today signed by "Com" heeded the call 'of President Wilson the financial ruin of the plaintiffand the splended words of

..... Bvrry FrI.a,.. I mittee of Public Safety, Kissimmee. when he proclaimed a day for Lib- to gain unlawful control of certain I M. DePew. There is little
py Klulr.ee V.ll7 G.s.t Ce.pasy The notice purports to be published .'
which
erty. corporations Donegan was that this speaker will be heard
KI..I...*. ,FI.H4. in the interests of the people and calls "There is a local story to the effect at that time in control of. It further other declamation contests. '

W. B. Harris. l.re.lK. .>.. I attention to sections of the reports hat a Leesburg man once defined sets out that the defendants or some The last number on the program Ws. s. -
term 1918
of the spring
grand Jury
church members of two kinds, the
as of them secured the control of the Shove's Easter" by Miss
6. Va.. Asses, SecretaryOn
as well as the fall term; 1917, suggestions praying kind and the paying kind. State Bank of Haines '
!.......... 1'1.' II which were placed before City, the State Qverstreet, was beautifully ren- WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
lie left but another, the performing Bank of Eau ,Gallic, the Citizens and so lifelike' was her por ....UED BV THB.

...._rt...... R./en missioners.the city council and the county com- kind. And these three kinds of Americans Bank of Kissimmee, and conspired to of the characters this touch UNITED STATESCOVI.lUWENT

Copy One Year__________.__lt.00 The communication to be designed constitute our citizenry: today. bring/ about the failure of the First drama, that the incident seemed.

On. Copy, Hlz" Months._:;_______ TOO to call seems attention to "PKAY, PAY OR PERFORM 1 National Bank of St. Cloud. -before the audience.
especially
OD. Copy Three plonltin---------- .n The declaration further sets out One of the most popular features 1 FOR EXCUANOK-I.arore two-.tory
of the
certain unsanitary conditions "That means you YOU, and, 'God that the plaintiff has been'damaged in the evening was a quartet, "South- house on Main street for Imlrov..I'land.
All communications except from our city of Kissimmee and asks that they helping you, if you do neither you are Come let ua show you thtaproperty. .
the did
that defendants cause the depreciation Folk Song, by Messrs Wal
authorised correspondent must botsrned / sung .
of business
is We
This worthy
be remedied. moan
cause the creature of kultur that the hellish
by the wrRcr.Rejected in value of }properties owned Bags, Charlie Regero. Murry OOOU I.OK .ANOKLKM property for
matter will not be returnednleia the united co-operation of every man murdering beast who heads that awful by'Donegan. and Herald llerztlerg. So KlHfllmmee property.o have a.
called for. woman and child in the community propaganda: wishes you to be. Just number of good exchange: come see,
The First National .
Bank call
of the for
St.
KIII.lm-//but the writer failed to affix his name draw yourself' within your shell and was an encore UK. "'.,'11.. ua.,' what you have to exchange -
Entered In the Pontofflce at Cloud was closed by the responded f
-comptroller
( boys generously
what
which violates !! ; wu may have just you
the document
to every him the innocent '
. help murder
tee, Florida, a fcnnd-claae matter) you , of currency" December 81,. 1917, and another selection. want
principal of justice and destroys the not only the innocent of Belgium but in the conspiracy,suit above referredto Professor 'Simmons of the Orlando I'AST 'but not least' '"BUY 1 v. S.Slninpfl ;
-
of those he intendedto ...'.
j confidence even the innocent of America. and ,l-.lberlv 1I0nd. 4f you
pM.' The document states: On knees I Mr. Donegan alleged C. D. Dyal who represented the judges want to, live In it free and Independent
your you praying people, took certain of the .records of the delivering the medals to the win- tountry.Nelson Realty Compmiy -

.,'n MeeR "The committee of public safety, and PRAY! Pray for right/ to pre- First National'' Bank unlawfully, and ,, was strong in his commendation ; .
gives notice.to all whom it may. convccm vail before the flower of the manhoodof
Mr. Dyal after the closing of the the oratorical efforts of all the '
,
whether be public officials or the world is blighted! for / Ft lit ItiNT--Two furnlslicdery I".omlll.;
Pray First National Bank of St Cloud became and said the entire even- \ 'ehl'l'I', 118 Mnln HI.' 21-Sip|.
private individuals that it intends to the lives of
those love
very you Pray
cashier of bank had been well in,
a new organized uplifting as as
do all in its to see, that our with/ nutomobiln
power for yourselves, that you may be given WANTEP partner
city is placed in a thoroughly sans a mind that can find opportunity to by W. D. Manley, and which bankis for a tilt) class ,prniionltlon For-
known as a Witham Bank. ., particular address M,' care Onzette. t21'ltpil -'
.
tary condition .as' soon as it can possibly join the ranks of PERFORMERS f
The declaration that
also sets out .
accomplished, thereby saying really help rid the, world of beastial- the said %'I'IC.j UP .:.,.:<< our city the deserved censure of conspiracy unduly influenced PIANO TUNINtl-WAI I5. the tuner,
certain state officials in charge of the Orlando Regular tuner. for ItollliiH,
ty.Down ;
our State Board of Health and fur' in who pursuance of the I provisions. of
pockets
are
your you Collew, U pianos Cathedra* School
rArE PRE55 ther placing us in a position of a nonproJCl'esllve the paying- kind and PAY I You are banking cured'what examiner's was supposed reports to, and be confidential se .e. Act.floctlonfl of ,June none, 1018. Is rt-iculntlnK hereby given pri- 10 planoaj. Mont ;Verde', Indu..lrlalNrhool.
4 HuniK-rfoid I ndu..II.I. 41;
unappreciative community not paying according to your opportunity -i to which a Prlmnrv Election will bo hl. In ; School' an.lchinChen
reports they were: Winter tIarden-Onkland
of the natural health advantagesGod Election Precinct In Oll..polat'l'i
as long as it does not hurtyour not entitled. ; Tavarea school; Ovledo.

FRIDAY MAY 10, 1918 in His" benevolence has vouchsafed '. pocket to pay!, You cannot feel I This lawfully is the largest suit of the kind : ()on. a the In flmt Juno Tuesday, A. J I).after 19l4.the at and school churches and churches: Orlando other schools school '
to : many *
us. that you have done your part of paying timeIn the several precincts
filed in the Seventh cir
ever judicial churches, teacher and proffSKloiials.
But the very fact that the personor when you have bought Liberty ; cuit if not of the kind in elector quallnrd may vote therein 1. 1M NOT CANVASS, but will respond -
persons who desire to accomplish ionds-you have only loa ned. Flora their choice of candidates for the to all ord..'....._U.2(I'd
what and the state of and because of I
mentioned
"In God's name are eJ1J1: : ecu respectively an fol
this work for fair Klssimmee
tea with final victory." good: SPEND for patriotism. Give-yes, the amount involved and the prominence II: ANTEDA ,small house, completely
compared : :;
are striking their opponents in the GIVE-to the Red Cross and the Y. of those mentioned in this suit RepreMentatlve lit Confirm*-4lh I furnished by respotislblo tenant-
Iii dark, as it were, destroys what they M, C. A. and to whatever fund YOI.ofinf1 Congressional District-Un... 1'1....." Klve full description and
I it is likely that it will become of
The canning season opening UP'l hope to effect. It has always been Interest 01' Justices of the Supreme Court price. Address 1'. O. !lox iii II. Il-lt
which to
needing with
money
Two.
have enough throughout the South u t
to
Be .k
sure the tradition of this country to fightin equip workers for the field. Bar.n The Witham Railroad Commissioner,-One. FOU RAIre:-Poid TouringCar. fine .
hand to surplus Banking System or
at prevent any the if fight must and whilewe Attorney l1..n"rlll--On., '
we looks like liiiruHln
open mind the difference between loaningand condition; new;
chain of banks is of .
uct going to waste composed some Member State House Representatives
heartily endorse movementto at '3l>0. Apply 'Mabbetle St. J
any GIVE! Then '
giving. you and .
100 banks throughout/ the South' and -oiiiv 21.21.|
put our city in as thorough sani- really the payhg kind. Tax Commissioner Short Term-
How school kiddies tried to East. A large number of them arelocated 1
many tary condition as possible we feel that "There is no need to the One 14 1HT-Ono lIudAon1lc'l'Ir; suitable a
urge per-
this week in Georgia and Florida.
inquiring 'parents ;, : State Auditor- One.
impress be reward for Information or return.KlHHlmmvu .
with the fact that P on the report nothing can gained by anonymous bimers.: They an self chosen and Carson & Willard of Miami and County Commissioner District No. Telephone Company.

? criticism hey perform because they realize the Kribbs & Steed of Kissimmee I-On.. I
indicated perfect rep
slips The conditions here do not County Commissioner District No. .
surely duty that everyone owes to his na resent Donegan in the suit. The suit FOR SAMS-ONrJ RMKnSOM TYPR.WRITKU.
warrant this method and 2--One. III 0 IIF.I. THHRB VIS.inUK. '
The Kissimmee Ice and Cold Stor. we respectfully tion. They perform because they was filed in the early part of April ..1' County Commissioner District No. AS OOOn AS NEW Apply .
that the Committee of
Company has cured 30,000 poundsof suggest: want to do, it. They are accpmplish- and the declaration lIetting'out the) 8-One. 116 South Vernon Ave. tf1''OR'
age Public continue effort in District No
Safety every wonderful the front behind County Commissioner
at
Ing things -
of that cause of action filed
the farmers sec was yesterday.
meat for 4-line.
behalf of the people here but SALE CllliJAJ1 Intend to sell
lines the
tion during the past: year'arasota\ that defend their the in the ports, in County Commissioner District No, both of my bungalows right nway.If .
they principles
openly camps AT HOME. They are on every 6-one, you-sr Interested In a real bargain -
Times. and sign their names to their side of you. Perhaps you, too, CORNELIA LANCASTER AND (l1' Member of School Roard, DistrictNo. write to m" about them or can
communications to the public. 1 I--.on.. to .see mo The....Currlo residence !I.'
are one of them. If are, all hon EDGAR BRYAN WINNERS
school and Kisi'mmee! you ''1' Member of School Hoard DistrictNo
Oscebla high -w ._, I located on Verona St, has two lots, .Jr
city schools close this week a.id 1 tome | or to you, for you are one of those : 2--0n.. a nice six-room "011111\''. Innru work

600 pupils are enjoying a well-earne'J! KISSIMMEE VITALLY INTERESTED who count most. Whether you are (Continuel from page 1) ..1'No.Member 3 of Hchool. Hoard. Dlntj let shop, Rood Karaare. nice lawn excel
--One.
vacation. Incidentally the teacher spending sleepless nights in the muckof then returning to the conversationaltones .. County Comniltteeman DlxtrlclNo lent, flowing well. Price rlitht. The
H -d Bungalow corner Mnbbftte and
the trench where the .
schrapnel
1
--one
are enjoying it, too. .. Bermuda new never occupied good
whistles about you, whether you are Verne Willson's recital of "Man's 'ount>.-. (Coihmlttccinan District slzo lot built of best mntcrlulx Any.;

Slacker camouflage: "I'd volunteer I The Kissimmee Woman's Club, plowing the growing crops that will Development and Attainments" was ..No. County 2- which recently went on record as pro- reed warriors whether propel'ties with real Intention to buy
our or 3 -One
you masterful -
if the (German given in a way that appealed
quick enough them low below (it"lr value,
can buy ,
Peainst the .
tenting new postal.one Commltteeman District
are cutting and stitching. bandages to his-hearers and him County ,
here.-Manatee brought extended .
and reasonable terms.Chns
were to come over arrange nnv
rates which will soon go into effect, with which to stanch the flow of blood No.. 4-one I'. 21 So. Ave.Orlando .,
Banner. Aw. that's no camouflage.It's ) applause at the close. 'County Committeeman, DistrictNo. PI't': prangi
has been commended for its action by from our heroees are proving touch of fi ( 8-tt
too thin to disguise the yellow you A humor was added to the --one.
Richard H. Edmonds of the --- ----- -- -
president yourself an American, a 'proper wardof when County Conimlttceman, hllllrl..1No.6Un"
Mios Elizabeth Led-
streak behind it. program FOR SAI-K -I xlrll One dry MnM H1IIol11. ,-
Manufacturers Publishing Company. the nation of the Stars and Stripes. better told of "Buying a Feller" and County Committeeman Dlstilct, ed .."...- ." at 20c ll>, 'In ft-lh lots
t In the Manufacturers Record of May "But to you slackers who neither the delighted listeners laughed at the No. 7--One. imntpitM. Kami.. I*. Jeffords ('..n",'-
When the Shriners at Bartow 2 he says referring to the resolutions and to ' County Committeeman, District era I. Kla. 2'i-ltpd
nor perform, you of
pray pay utterances the renowned Samanthy
band to furnish ...
class .
wanted a first ceased'l the club: No 8-("
nuisio for their big celebration they "The Kissimmee Woman's Clubin able bodied ones who pray hypocritical Allen as they were graphically relat- County Committeeman DistrictNo. FOIL 8AL.K--<1ooil car to convett Into
band. They prayers while your muscles grow ed by the speaker II--On.. truck !I'rlce. will Interest you Unit
engaged the Kissimmee the adoption.of the foregoing' resolution soft and your brain atrophies remember "Liberty" by Roscoe Roberson made County Committeeman District 466. Klsslmmee 20-ltpd.
secured one that can "deliver the shows that its members are aliveto this: The odium of omissionIs No. 10-Une.

goods" all\ right.Kissimmee a situation vitally important to the as great in the final judgment as Inspectors.. and Clerks are hereby WRITINGS Tiller for rent. Apply to M.
to ki-r'e al suld
welfare of the The Primary
country. proposed the odium of relive smfulness. :
for the varlou.I..cllo'1 Dla*
folks have put a ban on zone system is from every point of Leesburg Commercial. ,' ..,. a. follow: FOR HAI.K-'Second-hand Ford oars

the use of all German-made articles view unjust and is directly contraryto o I CUR MEATS Precinct No. 1, Klsslmmee-: W. at attractive prlrea. Osceola Motor
.) ..., M. D. Alexander J. M. Gardner Co., 807 IlroadwayWANTKI1 .
German the far broader and
and things bearing/ names. more enlight ARE WECLKCPTBY
DIXIE THEATER, n..p".1 or., and A. H Thomas, Clerk.
This Is the right kind of patriotisr ened system which prevails in out l're..lnclN. 2, Shingle Creek: (1, C. A few milk customers 13.
and other sections should fall into near neighbor, Canada. The Dixie .theater will b. open dur- BUTCHERS ADEPT!t J. 11. UuulknluM. W. Ij. Mo.,. J. Kollff, Capo Oreexe.. I'hone 23f1L.

line.-Times-Courier, Marianna.The "American publications now pay ing the summer every Saturday afternoon ".., Inspectors. and C. A Uarrett i7-tf

one cent per pound. The rate in and evening, and we desireto LOSTocond week In March l6.too\f
r'a Precinct No. 3. Campbell: J. H. La-
young men of this section or Canada was half a cent a pound, but share a portion of the public! pa Jr., \V "'. Clark C H Acres, In.pectors unpalnted., flat-bottomed row boat
of any other section of the United has been decreased to a quarter of a tronage. We will also give chows on and Alec Jironson. Clerk one pair cur and oarlock rope and
his cent a pound, Thus, while the American special occasions, and will rent the Precinct No 4, St Cloud: I* W. Far- chain; Rot away from Melklejon'
States who fAils to serve Country ., C. P. Coyle, Hurry Cons, Inspec .dock Paradise Island. Return .toMr
now when he has the chance of 'a postage rate is at present ,tour house for local gatherings and' en '.,, and C. O. ,Outlaw('Clerk"i.'.*art w.! ?-1 *. (t. C. Evers- Paradise Inland. .
lifetime is not only a sleeker but he times as high as the rate in Canadaa tertainments. .J'; "'"" ' ? .1i'l Preclnet"- No-BusUeer"Park; Young '"!Fiver" dollar reward, -on'.r"d.. ,. 16-lf'

should be branded ias I such now and still further?,increase is, to,be made' ,l"" JV+'-JtSi.ticCrarlieLaesee.,., 21s11t1 II B:';j :,. ' "" ""') .' Mike..,| andVf- Rlmmoll.> Ha Kem"fer.. .JAII' Tracy IIAUTO! ",! "t:,J, ,";:L'Y'lb'U'f'KIII..lmm"''J" .. '"'!

for all,i time.!\ji.We have I one|orl two commencing,on Muly; under\the,bill), 1' t-if =nER'WIIO' KtPrecUnft No."6w iKenansvl ,", George lito HLJCIoud.tlO\ .."m'I1'p.lm.land:' 7:30: ., .''Ij;(<
here and,they 'will+soon w feel* the which {\wasl i passed ;,iaUtheJlast! session ,According therbt"; information ...\ KM F.W" F..rUc..I.ee.BII...,*Inj; B! 1'.'m.l 8t.t Cloud to Klsslmmee-8 85 m.;:.' 'I.
of Congress unless 'that bill shouldbe KNOWS IUS ", .,' and J HPBalsdenClerk. :p" 12 m.'and ,
6:30
ting.-Sanford Herald. there is a seed shortage./ This will BUSINESS : p. m.r Central Drug
Precinct No.1. Klsslmmee H.
: N.
repealed. Store, Klmlmmee Phone 41 : Marine'.
necessitate care in planting' good A. 1>. Story J. T. Uurckhalter,
Drug Store St Cloud. I'hone
is in -of this market. lie 51
charge ;
"In addition to flat increase of
Talk about patriotism in Kissimee, a seeds. They can be tested in advance "" and H. M. Katz. Clerk.4'rechnct' Residence Kt. cloud phone 88 Car
rate there i is* also established only the finest meats No.8. Narcoossee.: R I..
the brimful of it. a zone as to vitality. The U. S. Departmentof purchases for hire. lialley' transfer 16tf
even youngsters are J. K. Tlndall. C H Buckley
A troop of boy scouts has ben or- system which would bear especially Agriculture, Washington, D. C. and handles .them in a mariner .. .. and 8 J. Kntrlkln, Clerk.l'reclnCt 1"ARMER8-R..nd today for a free sam
hard upon all magazine and newsoa- ,"111 send bulletins telling how to do No.9. L*.>kosee: K. W .
ganized here and their first act was that insures their freshness when .. pie Copy of the Florida Farmer andStockman
oer readers who do not live within it. J. B. Owens (X H. PadKett In..p".torll. published at Jacksonville.
to pledge themselves to buy $100 of the first'zone belt, for the rate of postage rT you welcome them to your home. and F. M. Edrls, Clerk. Tells about livestock ralslnir dairyi
Thrift Stamps and War Savings ProclnctNo. 10. Mulberry Sink' : J ing, poultry, citrus. fruit and truckInir -
under this zone system, amounting Our unfailing courtesy and honest Vmpbell.. )K. B. Havens ItlcharJaualnir.
Stamps before January first, then set The Progressive Farmer proposes twice a month at SOc per.yetrthree -
to from 50 to 900 cent. in- I Inspectors, and B. O.. Han
per years for f 1.00. Only livestockand
to work at cleaning lawns or any oth- a "Straw and Leaf Hauling Week"up methods appeal to folks who believe Clerk. I
crease, would lessen the ability of the general farming paper In the
ed available occupation to raise the in North Carolina, when six daysare in getting their money's Done and ordered this 10th day of state. Write today.
people throughout the country to to be devoted to raking and 'put- A. I). 1918 at Klsulmmee, Florida.KKNKMT ; .
money keep in touch with the broad national worth of quality goods. MACH.Chulrnian FOR RPJNl'-Furnished rooms orapartments
ting straw and all kinds of leaves in
Board of CountyCommissioners.
mblications, which are of such infinite for Ilifht housekeeping
The Herald is being thanked every value to the nation Itself. the fields. Experts declare that In modern convenient house, close. In.
day for assisting the various straw and leaves have a fertilizer and : J, U OVEniTJlKKT, Mrs. K. E. Wells Real Kstate and In- .'
cam "The Kissimmee Womans Club has Clerk.
surance IK Mabbette St. Phone 242.
and from those at Washingtonup humus value as high as $10 a ton.
paigns well stated the case in demandingthat .
That's day's work and -- - - -
-
to those at home are telling us the men, women and children a pretty..gdod City MarketJustArriveii
if five tons can be handled'that' much
what a wonderful help we have been. living remote. from centers of publication -

Sounds sweet to the ear, but in passing must not be unfairly dealt better pay.

the prunes please remember that with by congress by being compelled\ People that Want Good Groceries
CITY COUNCIL PASSES
editors have to cat and the boys have to pay a higher: rate for subscriptionsto .

:to be paid every Saturday night./ If newspapers and magazines than SEDITION ORDINANCE j/ ========

you want us to keep the home fires within the first zone -
burning should take the Herald .
you of publication.
at PricesJUST
(Continued: from Page One) Cheap
that is you keep the fires burning: "The question is infinitely broader

with it after you' read I it.-Sanford. than that of the possible death of tarily done, that the city authorities

Herald. some newspapers and. magazines or direct the work to be done and asses

You are lucky at that Bob. The of any individual losses by publishers it against the property. She urged CALL ON THE CUT PRIf E GROCERY. YOU WILL 1E

Gazette doesn't even get honorable In time of war, such as the present, that every housewife too, cooperatein SURPRISED TO SEE HOW MUCH CHEAPER WE SELL GRO !

mention at home. individual losses cannot for a momentbe the effort to rid the town of mos- CERIES THAN OTHER PLACES. e

considered as against: the welfareof quitoes by pouring oil down the drainpipes

LEAVE IT TO THE LADIES: the country, but the loss to the of the sink each day at a given Two Carloads of AN ORDER WILL CONVINCE YOU.U. .

publishers even at the worst will be time. This she said she had been told

Kissimmee Woman's Club has passed triflingly small, even though many would do much to reduce the numberof S. Smoking, pkg. ________ .05 Bull herd Catsup, bottle. ____ .13
'
resolutions that,they will not buy, papers should be destroyed, as com- mosquitoes. She suggested that Prince Albert; pkg. ----'L---. .14 Eba Milk, can ____-________ .00 '

use man-made or 'countenance goods of the any usj nature of Ger for pared with the loss to the country the whistle be blown each day to indicate -. OaklandSensible George Washington, pkg. __ .Or Eagle Milk."can ?_.,- ____ .22'
itself by the death of publications when this should be done.
many Stag, pkg. __ .05
any purpose. If the women have uuu Mohawks, can .15
and the limitation of the powerof Later in the evening a letter was Velvet pkg.; _______ _.__ __ .11 ---
,
passed these resolutions, it is safe to newspapers and magazines to read from Dr. Hamblin of the state Tuxedo u Carnation, 3 cans :::::::::: :.20
German-made goods will\ have pkg. ---,---------- .10
say sale in that city. Sarasota Times no reach the public of the entire country board of health along the same sub- Camel Cigaicttes, pkg.______ .14 Van Camp's Milk, 3 cans____ .20

All hail to Kissimmee as the first to in the great world crisis. It is supremely I take ject. immediate Dr. Hamblin urged the city to Six Cars Renos pkg. -__._.______... .06 Pet Milk, Baby, 3 cans ______ .20

start the boycott which should become important that far. back in steps to rid tho town __________u .05 Karo, No. 10 ______________ 1.00 '
of flies and
general over the entire state the country districts and -far away mosquitoes which he said I'illsburyFfour, 24 Ibs. ___n 1.65 Light Karo, No. 5 __u______ .50

and country-who'll be the next?- from the centers of population news- were After menacing the public health here. Rye Flour, per lb. _________07% Alaga Syrup, /gal. ______-_ 1.15

Tampa Times. papers and magazines should be cir. a general discussion the Barley Flour, per lb. ____?_ .08 -Alaga: Syrup, %-gal. ______ .58
culated council decided take'
to action
as freely as possible for the the no on Corn Flour, per lb. _,___n_ .08 Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ________ .22
which subject at this time but ob-
power they will have in arousIng to 3 Ibs. Good Rice _________
.25 Alaga Syrup, No. 1 ____..!___ .17
..AI
tain .
the nation to the task before more information and to meet in
The
has /
government virtually taken us. Price Fancy Head Rice lb. __ __ .10 Crisco 1.85 ."
',, session n large can ________ .;
"The action of the Womans adjourned Friday
,over the newspapers but it isn't Kissimmee Club of: 17 when it night, May Coarse Grits lb. __________ .06% Crisco, medium ____________ .90
might well be followed was thought possible
guaranteeing any pre-war earnings. and board of public health could be a Fine Grits, Ib.____________ .06% Crisco, small ______________ .45
This isn't kick understand. vigorously energetically
a you other woman's by. every pointed. ap Corn Meal, Hud nut's______ .06 tt Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs. _____u_ 3.30
It's' a plain statement of fact and organization in AmerIca -
well Considerable attention Water Ground, lb. _u----_ .06 Sweet Feed. 100 Ibs. ________ 3.00
all
the Commercial for one as as by business !- was givento
makes it As long newspaper there, nations and individuals." organ the subject of dairy cows in Kis- Rumford Baking Powder !Ib._ .25 Oats, 100 Ibs. _____________ 3.75
proudly. as
simmee and the advisability of $1,050F. I Best. Salt Bacon, lb. _______a .33 Corn, 100 Ibs. _________J_._ 4.15
ia a dollar in the till with which to requiring -
that be scientifically Breakfast Bacon, lb. _______ .45 Velvet Bean Meal __________ 2.60
the this they
is at
the pay government's expenses,service paper You THE ODIUM OF OMISSION"Too tested for tuberculosis. It was Sliced Ham lb. ____________ .40 Alfalfa Meal ______________ 2.60

or may not have noticed one significant may- many think of the War for thought: that fully 75 cows are kept Salmons per can __-_._.__-. .15 Cotton Seed Hulls ..-______ 1:60

. fact about the Florida Press Democracy as an extraneous thing in for dairy purposes by individuals and O. B. Factory Salmon, per can ........... .18 Rice Shorts, 100 _,_----3.00 ,

Association meeting recently. There'I which our interest is academic. Some by the city dairies. With this num- ,Argo Salmon _.__.___.___._ .28 -AJI Other Things Accordingly .{ '

?; was not a resolution against the increased people right here in Lake county,
t( postage, the price of. .paper, and in Osceola county, too" -Brother arrangements to bring a specialist EVERYBODY INVITED TO. INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE

paper export embargo or any other Triplett, read the words: "YOU-come here to give such a test Definite action I AND GET PRICES. Our; Motto is: Cordiality; 16 oz. to the
matter now in the hands of the goy across of the kaiser will!" with a was deferred till the adjourned '
t smile. The smile meeting Tgound>> and 100 Cents on the Dollar.
ernment. We Florida editors realize may be' somewhat "_

that the government needs the newspapers complimentary for the wordster who Mach Bros. 1

and in its own good time will coined the*phrase, but the actual message DECLARATION FILED IN DONE- *

see that they are not strangled. Hew- rolls off the mental convolutionsand CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY
CAN MILLION
ever, we do not want to see avowed makes no impression.. DOLLAR SUIT

enemies of the press like Ion Farris "A community really alive to the GARAGE _

,in the )hill of Congreas.-Leesburg profound portent of these day of I I (Continued from Fag One) Phone 141. 422 Broadway S -

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1. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918. FIVE

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Iv releasV. Each and every one of the I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTE ,
II ] 11 Mutt and*Jeff animated cartoons will 1
_INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS pertain to some incident connected I I redered A Parents'at the Day Presbyterian program will church be

I with the present war, or on some topic '
.. of the day. These interesting subJects Sunday night May the 12th beginning -
) .oooo..oO .O .Otooo.o Get a Kwiklite'flashlight; they are at 7:45: o'clock. The exercise
the best. For sale by Central Drug: J will be shown every Wednesday -;
j will be of such nature as to be of
i I Weather Report j j Store.L. a at the Casino theater.: special interest to young people. l 4 5 {; ,,
M. Whidden fractured the large parents and children.The t i

.. boaQ in his right arm Monday after "SOME SUNFLOWER" war ,savings society of this

noon while cranking his Ford Mrs. G. B. Woodall of, this city church had another meeting Wednesday i :
'j Following are dally tempera George Walsh will be seen next has growing in her garden a sunflower afternoon and made progress in d t I 4

tures and precipitations as .reported Thursday At the Casino in "Brave I the stalk of which measures its work. The (members are talkingof
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I by Government station and Bold." See George. six feet and eight inches in height house to house canvass In the in-

at Kissimmee fo- *h_ week end Mrs. ,E. Sanborn ajid Mrs. Florence and has on it 45 well developed flow terest of this,, vital work There were
ing Thursday, May :9!: Hatcher' of St. Cloud left for Jack era. Prolific indeed. visitors present at this meeting to
take observations which is evidence I
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M&x. Min. Rain sonville Wednesday to visit friendsfor
that interest is deepening and widen. ,
week
Friday _? _...80 61 the* '' COUNTY HOME GUARDSWar ing in department of partiotlc aer-
FOR RENT Furnished flat with
_. ..83 55 s -
Saturlay modern improvements. W, B. Harris! was declared against Germanyon vice.Rev. "
Sunday _. ... 85 55, Gazette office. 14-tf April 6, 1917. The legislature of J. L. Skerrett of Boynton, Ii
the' state of Florida, with ,admirable Fla.. who is a native Scotchman, fill kitchen cabinet
Monlay __ 88 59 citizenof meeting held in the kitchen for the
T. S. J. Entrikini: prominent foresight provided for the organize ed the pulpit of this church very acceptably purpose
Tue4day..y .* 90 61 Narcpossee was a business visitorin tion of county'guards, legalizing their Sunday at both hours. of selecting a kitchen cabinet.. i iI.

Wednesday _.. 91 60 tho city Monday. existence and providing specificallyfor The ladies of this church will holda

Thursday .... 93 63 Mrs. O. P. Lutz left for Baltimore their management and direction. social and food sale at the Hart I. President 2. 'Sec'y to President. 3. Fu-lure' j
Monday,where she has gone to get her They foresaw where county guards Memorial Wednesday afternoon, May
c. O oco oo ooo OOO son. Ernest Mindler, who has been ina might become a necessity. We never 15th, from' 3 to 6 o'clock. It is hoped President. 4.:, Secyy'of' Treasury.. 6, ,Sec'y of I

hospital for several months. know,when there will arise home dis- that all the ladies of the church will. Interior, .7. Sec'y of War 8. Sec'y of Navy
'Tomorrow is the\last day' for pay Kissimmec agent for the Southern turbances, or when German propaganda assist in making this meeting bot' .

: taxes far. the primary elec- [Express! '' company: A. W. Bailey, is I may become unbearable, or; pleasant and profitable. The pro- 'RESOLVED
Ttion.Luxor seriously ill at his home on Mabbette when our homes, our property. amour ceeds will be used for local church
street. lives maybe in jeopardy. work. .
Complexion Tablets for the It to me that has / Whereas: The time,,of our ,Secretary of the Interior being
fastidious users.. CORNER DRUG Get 'em now-the latest' Rend & seems our county Remember < | t
STORE. McNally War Maps price 25 cents. been rather backward in organizingthese the Sabbath day and 'so taken up by her multitudinous duties that any modem production .- .,'
home 'guards but I i it make preparation on Saturday for its
am sure
CORNER DRUG STORE.a
Lieut. and Mrs. S. J, Entrikin of that will
Klssimmee has been simply because it is no one's'' appropriate, observance as a- Holy save, steps,. providing a place for everything .
in Mrs. Flora Gilbert arrived from
Runnymede shopping
Wednesday.were Plant City Saturday for a brief'visitwith special business to do it. Permit me where everything may be kept. in its place, should be provided
to ask the question if it is not wise Day.We -
Keep your eyes healthy this summer her daughter/ Mrs. Eddie Lan and necessary for Osceola county: tr should not impose on our neighbors for her, therefore, be it #

with Savoptik. Guaranteed bv caster. She returned home Monday. perfect such an organization and to by making such demands on Resolved That the Secy of the Treasury' is instructed: to
_. Central Drug Store. Richard Rogero was stricken suddenly do it promptly? We have a numberof them to serve us on Saturday night, 7 i
Have you paid your poll tax.? To- ill last Thursday. and has been men who would make excellent that they can not make due preparation purchase for her without delay

morrow is the last chance if you I in a critical condition, since. He is members of this organization, who for keeping' the Sabbath of thr
want td vote in the primary. reported somewhat. improved this would look well in uniform and who I Lord. \0. An Up-to-date Kitchen Cabinet
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Miss Zaida Wilson of New Smyrna morning.We would do valiant service as occasion 9
arrived Tuesday to be the guest of have a limited amount of wool requires. Suppose we organize sucha
Miss Norma Griffin during commencement sacks. They are going to be hard to body and be prepared for any and SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST
week.FURNISHED get. We would like to have your or all emergencies. Would not the Sunday school 10 a. m.

ROOMS $4.50 and der. W. B. Makinson Co., Kissimmee, Reverends Witherspoon, Kirkby, Si- Preaching at 7:30: by the pastor i
Fla. 20-2t bert, Falls Coleman and Farmer Subject: "The Righteous and the IC.H.GPANTHAMITHE
W. H. Farmer,
month. Mrs.
$5.00
9 West a Mitchell St. 16tf Albert Bearden, .of the Aviation make excellent soldiers; to say nothing Wicked" ; their Character and Destiny -
Corps, came up from Arcadia Fridayfur of the hundreds of others! If pub .
Mrs. O. E. Hilton and Mrs. GeorgeT. a few hours' visit with relatives lic sentiment favors such an organization Proyermeeting Wednesday at 730p. ; < SATISFACTORY STORE -
Siglar of oughman were pleasant and friends. lie returned to Arcadia no doubt it will cryst-Iize: at m. Make, an effort to be presentat .r
visitors in Kissimmee yesterday! on Saturday. an early date and become effective. all .these services. We need )'0" KISSIMMEE FLA;

a shopping mission. Mrs. R. L. Lacy of Kissimmee, for At any rate let's discuss" it. and you need the uplift of these seasons u" ""n""".,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 'ff-4 '
J. A. Blackwell returned home on merly Miss Jeanette Wunderly, arrived C, A, CARSON., of worship. t'

Tuesday from Jacksonville here Monday for a few days' visitto

+had ng to been business spending! matters.n few days' attend-I I Wauchula friends.-The Florida SIXTH DISTRICT LEADS IN REVIVAL MEETING .
; Advocate.
1 SALE OF LIBERTY BONDS Miss Emma Tucker will begin a
that "tired" feeling
Have you got B. II. White and daughter. Miss series of revival meetings in the
no energy, poor appetite sleep poorly -. Bessie! left this week for their" homein Methodist church next Sunday "even .

? Then Dike's vou Blood need and a tonic.Skin We Remedy.guarantee Illinois after spending the winterat Kissimmee, Fla., May 9, 1918. ing. A cordial welcome is extendedto OOtooooooooo oooo oooo. May ilth is the date named for the-

CORNER DRUG STORE. their pleasant winter home in this Kissimmee Valley Gazette, City. all to attend these services. We .grand finale of several weeks of preparation -
city Gentlemen: hope to have a meeting that will save JOE SEARS TO SPEAK 4 and full of officers
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dow left last I am just in receipt of a lettorifrom' many souls and help all the churchesin a. corps "
Luxor Toilet Water is as good as Concressman W. J. Scare will will then be* ready to execute thaspirations '
week for their former home in Lud- Mr. W. C. Wardlaw chairman: ; df the the city. J. D. Sibert, pastor
the bestr 75 bottle.
only cents tho of the association
ington, Mich., where they will rend CORNER DRUG STORE. Liberty Loan campaign for the Sixth speak from the bandstand tomorrow *
some time hoping to' benefit Federal Reserve district. This letteris I Saturday evening at 8. Although Joseph Enge was pro tl l\\
moter of the movement contribute -
Sheriff L. II. Ingram returned from METHODIST CHURCH we
Dow's health so extremely gratifying that 1 1
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Arcadia Thursday night, where he I herewith hand it to for publication This church will attend the union o'clock, taking for his subject: the success of the meeting to thei I
Nurse "If you -
The Centrals :
says you had been on a business mission. He service at the school auditorium Sun- "What Congress Has Accom- + fact that he ladies of Kissimmee Park <

would take seldom care have of to your be, eyes worn.glareswould ..Savoptik was accompanied by, Mjss; Mabel Sim. It- is a noteworthy fact that Florida day at 11 a. m. Usual service at 7:30 + pushed and What It Hopes To are, wonderfully blessed with the art +
mons, Mrs. gram's niece who will + of domestic science, and ,these socialevents
will be"Character
is the right treatment. 60c, over subscribed larger than any pastor's subject Accomplish. 4 .
with an eye cup at CentrU Drug be a guest at their home for several state ,in the Sixth )Federal Reserve Building." Installation of will continue to be an important -
feature in .
Store. weeks. district. It is especially notable that League officers at the closo of the our development.Miss
T Mr. and Mrs. George Waters of every state and every county in the sermon. Preaching at Shingle Creek ooiooooooooo"ooooooo oooo Albina Smith made .her usual
D. E. Jemigan of Orlando spent visit to Kissimmee Park in the interest
s
Sanford were week-end guests of Mr. district largely, oversubscribed. Wonder Sunday at 3 p. m. Prayermeeting
last Saturday looking after business and Mrs. S:: G. Barber of the Boggy what the kaiser will think of Wednesday evening will be in chargeof of the canning clubi(movement. +
matters in Kissimmee. Mr. Jernigan Creek section, returning to their that I 'Yourl' truly, tho Woman's Missionary society. KISSIMMEE'PARK Miss Smith is doing very effective
BOYS ho expects to move his family home Tuesday. Mrs. Waters is Mrs. C. A. CARSON. work and should .have the cooperation t
here and become a permanent. resident Barber's sister. of aU.Mes.rs. '
in the future. E. L. Reep and S. L. : +
near The Kissimmee Park Lap
school closed
Atlanta, Ga., May 7, 1918.
Rev. L. H. Kirkbv will be unable to
W. B. Crawford left Tuesday far To All Banks In the Sixth Federal Fast Thursday, and the entertainment for were delighted visitors her last
take in the Baccalaureate
part ser-
Hot Ark., FLOYD'SCash all We wishto week. That "potato" smile is very s
si month's stay at Springs vice Sunday morning, as he has to officiate Reserve District: was enjoyed by present.
where he to recuperate his thank teacher Miss natural in 'Ki'l mmee Park aa no>
hopes at the IJoly Communion at >I"Luke'll In the Third Liberty Loan Cam- our Hodges
health.. During his absence W. J. Mission, in St. Cloud on Sun- paign just closed the Sixth Federal for the excellent services renderedand r damage was done here by recent ''
Steed will fill the position of acting Reserve District made a record which Grocery and hope-to have her here next term. rains.
next.
day morning
Mr. Claude Johnson of the St.
\ prosecuting attorney. certainly cannot be excelled, and 1 I The home, of Rev. N. C. Enge was i
Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Denfg of Nap Orange Blossom Talcum Powder, think could hardly be equalled by any tho scene of a delightful community Cloud Tribune,' in company with Harvey
coossee will leave tomorrow for their Toilet Water and Perfume,,: at COR. district in the ,United States. \, MARKET gathering Friday afternoon. Refreshments Riggan, were here last' week-.

.." old home at.Columbus, ;Ohlo.to'vlslt:. ( NERhIRUG ;,.ORE i l< g i&Th ,M.! dlstrlctlil oversubscribed its .. ,' of ice cream and cake looking, ; over the Riggan farm. ,
relatives.." Mr.SDenigSexpectsto\ !! 6 Kf C.E.Carlson' who has the contract quota and i each <'state\oversubscribedits were served by the ladies, after whicha Mrs. Lou Seaman and Miss Hoops

turn in about a month, while Mrs. with the Peninsula Engineering Company quota as follows: Wo MIl for cash. .have meeting of the men was called for were Kissjmmee visitors Monday.
Denig will remain away all summer. for the construction of the St. Oversub- ; wt no the purpose of organizing an im- .A, party of girls were here last,

The May 'number of the Southern Cloud-Melbourne highway, was a bus State Quota scription losses from bad account or for- provement association. The spirit of week picking blackberries and a lively '

News contains a good half. iness visitor in Kissimmee Monday. Florida ........$10,249,850 76% charges therefore co-operation was very evident and the time was experienced. Tho music-
Telephone
gotten
tone picture of Sergeant Edd J C. Rob- lie accompanied by G. )F. Bullard, Alabama. ____ 13,091,500 74% ; we are prospects are very promising for rem was beautifully rendered by the red-
erts of Company B., who is now on foreman of the construction work. Tennessee ,--U 13,266,300 68% in a position to give yon every advantage sults. bug family and after a visit of about

..' special duty, assisting in looking after Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and three Georgia 26,737,600 45% la prices. Messrs. Richard Hamilton and Joseph two hours the party gracefully with-
Mississippi------ Enge were chosen temporarily drew to the strains of Home Sweet
the electric lighting plant at daughters :Misses Lois. Eleanor and 5,796,000 31% i

Camp Wheeler. Alta Ruth, and son Murray expectto Louisiana- _- 20,858,733 28% Gold Dust, 6 pkgs. _______u .25 \0 I act as president and secretary. Home._
Ga. EVERY ONE OF FOUR HUNDRED ----------- -
C. D. Kirk of Leesburg and A. L.Douglass leave next week for Cairo, Mascot Laundry Soap6 for._ Z5 <
of Orlando were in the city where they will be guests of her sister AND TWENTY-SEVEN /
Wednesday. These gentlemen have :Mrs. J. M. Paulk. About tho 25th COUNTIES IN THE DISTRICE OV- Octagon; Soap, 6 for _______ .35 .

the agencies for Ford cars in their of this his month -Murray will be joinedby and ERSUBSCRIBED above record THEIR is one QUOTA.The of which. Arrow Borax 6 for ____.___ .35 Keep
respective towns and were here to uncle HenryOverstreet. ? o supply
visit and consult with Mr. B. Bryan, will go on to Fort V alley for the fruit each of us should feel justly proud. Water Ground Meal Ib______ .06 of
These figures are based oUr'Anfiseptic
on reports
shipping season.
of' the Osceola Motor Co. which we have in hand from county Hudnut's Meal. Ib _____-___ .07 t
Mrs. Josephine Allen who line been County Superintendent of Public chairmen and when Hudnut's Grits Ib ?
may vary some ________. .07
spending the winter here with hereon Instruction C. E. Yowell left Wednes- returns are made I to the Federal Reserve '
W .E. Allen left; Tuesday for her nesdav for Gainesville to attend the Bank; and are therefore, sub- Beat White Salt Meat. Ib ____ .33 v qauze

home at South Webster, Ohio. Mrs state conference called by State Su ject to final adjustment.At Best Picnic Shoulders, Ibu__ .28 Dondaqes dndFirst
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Allen's health has been much improved perintendent W.. N. Sheats the opening minute of the
t official cam- Vienna Sausage __________ .10 '"
as a result of her visit and she superintendents and school pain more communities in this dis- '0' Hid

i expects to return next fall for another On Saturday Supt. Yowell. will take trict reported their quota oversubscribed Potted Meat _______,____,__ .05 -
extended Stay. part on the program, speaking on the than any district in the Unit- thirds m
subject "Teachers' Pay-Do Present Large Mustard Sardines _. .12 your
M. D. Alexander has just received ed States. I believe when the final --
I information that his daughter Miss Conditions" Make Increase Impera-- figures are obtainable-our record as No. 5. White Karo _________ .50 home
Ttowell will return .home
tive. Mr.
I Hetta Alexander, who is a Red Cross tomorrow night. I to the will number of individual subscribers No. 5 Dark Karo -_________ 50 FOR
I nurse, has arrived safely in France. I compare favorably with that ,
I Mr. Alexander also has a son who is Mrs. W. R. McDuffie of Orlando of any other district.' < -COFFEE- J INSTANT,

I a sergeant the Machine Gun Squad will give the fourth address on the I This remarkable success will, I feel Good Ground Coffee, .It>_____ .20 VSJ ...... "It,
I of the 253rd Regiment. now stationed Book of Revelation in the G. A. R. sure, be most gratifying to the banksin .. /
I at Camp Funston, Kansas. hall Tuesday night tt 7:45. In giv- the district. They have contributed Good Green Coffee Ib _____ .18 ,::, .

I ing these addresses Mrs. McDuffia largely to the success and are, duea Floyd's ',Hobby Coffee Ib ___ .35 .
'The KissSm'mee Concert Band has deals with prophesy as given in this large _amount_ o$_credit_for. same;
I signed an engagement to furnish music book in the light of this present day and this committee takes this oppor- 4 Ib Pa ls--with' cup ik'saucer 1.25 IAIT
I ,' for the district meeting of the She also tunity to express its sincere
',' in which we are living. appreciation Custom House Coffee; tb ___ ,35
I Shriners at Bartow Thursday. The takes the connecting links given in for the co-operation which has
I will include up Corn Flakes ______. ____ .10
celebration a big parade. the former addresses. Much interestis been accorded it by the banks. There C
SALVEd
I a barbecue and an all round good being manifested. The public is is sufficient glory for all in this Mother's Oats ._____________ ..IZSkinner's TON
I time. The Kissimmee boys will likely invited to be achievement j9
I make the trip by cars returning here cordially present. Without your untiring efforts and Macaroni ________ .10 ,
I Friday. Sergeant James Oliver of Com co-operatlon-these results could not
Large size Egg Noodles ____ .10
B. will return to his duties to-
pany have been obtained
but with
I I Mr. and Mrs. H. E.' Mower and son, day at Camp Wheeler, after [pending support-this district; .has been placedin your I Ib Rizon Baking Powder __ .33 '
visited their
Robert, of Bradentown,
I old friends, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sou- ,a Mr.five-day and Mrs.furlough J. W.with Oltver.his parents Sergeant - of the an enviable list. position near the top White Label Mince Meat____ .10 eau

I ders on. Mabbette street a few days Oliver brings the informationthat Yours 'very truly Lima Beans Ib___________ .18 THE CENTRAL'S NURSE! SAYS:
I this week. Mr. and Mrs. Souders ac-
I 'companied them on a motor trip Joe Butler has been appointedto W. C. WARDLAW, Chairman, White Beans Ib ___________ .18
an officer's training for engineers -
camp Liberty Loan Exec. Committee.
I _. v along the east coast by way of Daytona at Camp Lee. Petersburg Prunes tb __________'_____ .15 Accidents will happen. Be ready for them !
and Bradcn-
I Miami, Fort
Myers Va. There were only ,six men in the Peaches
VIOLA DANA IN "BREAKERSAHEAD" Evaporated Ib ____ .17
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| town. entire Dixie Division appointed to Take no chance. You can easily prevent blood 4

I Dr. J. W. Simpson, who volunteered this camp. Josh Barber has completed Celery Salt _______________ 12

I his services to the United,States a three months' course at an Viola Dana In "Breakers Ahead" Onion Salt ______,_________ .12 poisoning: but once It sets In, It Is hard to stop.
I" and was accepted some months ago officers' training camp in Texas, will be shown at the Graystone Ca-

I for enlistment; in the department of passed his examination and is in line sino Tuesday, May 14, and will present -FRESH MEAT- .Come In now and get preventatives. They
dentistry, received a telegram yesterday -' for a commission as 'soon as there is Miss Dana supported by a dust Sirloin Steak _.___________ .30 the(
I ordering him to Allentown, a vacancy in his regiment. of prominent players. Clifford Bruceis much
Porterhouse don't cost and 'you will be prepared for
Steak :
.30 any
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If r Pa. Dr. Simpson is not advised as< ton '. 'tBud Fisher, the world's celebrated her leading man in tho role of Eric ,

when the is expected to appear and cartoonist and creator of "Mutt and Pixley. He has appeared opposite Roast. 20c and _;.,__________ .25 .emergency.
IF further instructions by mail the star In "The Winning Trail" and
expects Jeff" was recently commissioned by Stew, 15c and __ ________ .17
,; in the next day or so. the British government and is now "Weaver! of Dreams. ,This interest- from and
r t II. A. Ward, one of the owners 'of fighting in France with our allies. ing feature will be shown at tho Ca- Sliced 'Cured Ham __-______ .40 Buy us KNOW it-is right.

tho Winter Park Refrigerating-' ., This, however, will not prevent' him sino In at 3:30: and 7:30, Tuesday next, Minced Ham ______________ .30 .< .
Kissimmee yesterday to ,inI sending across material to keep up connection with the school entertainment. .
.
I terest was in the growers in storing their the production of Mutt and Jeff anl- Hamburger _______________ .20 Central Drug Store t

potatoes and holding them for a better milled cartoons. Before l leaving for Sausage 1 Meat ______-_____. .25W ; ,
I market Mr. Ward stated that his France Bud Fisher produced a sufficient Farmers who have a surplus crop of '' e
I company, was prepared to store a number of animated cartoons sothat 'any kind, and are without a local fcandle a fall line of feed. I "The Square Deal Place" '
had should there be delay in ship market .should write and give fuU
I large, quantity of potatoes, and a
) these the Atlantic culars to the State Marketing Get oar prices. Free delivery in
cartoons
'nil the ping across PHONE 41
quired temperature anndaotheytcondithorfs there would still be an,, .ample fa au, Jacksonville, and a buyerbe d Phony 176.,. 'J '
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I held their usual monthly session the St. Cloud Bank, the money for
I' on Monday and transacted. much the work was not immediately avail- ..

;1. business.J.. (>. .Kensett, representing the A.' able.A. letter from' the State Highway .1I TABLETS '

C. L. K. R. Co., presented a resolution Department requested the county to \
I for the board to pass in which the arrange to pay the freight in Mayon
railroad allowed' the county $10,000 brick to be used on the Federal what need madam. Many
I If f freight 'credit on. material used in end, of the Loughman road, four and THIS[ is just you ,
Special Road and Bridge District NO. one-slxth miles. The county end of who troubled with 'indigestion, a
Why market potatoes 'at present 2, on the St. Cloud-Melbourn High Ulp road Is four and seven-tcntlu were : :
your way. After ,a short discussion the miles. Tlie board agreed to the request sallow muddy skin indicating biliousness and
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board pasted the resolution. n'
I prices when you can get much A commit'oe' Rel S. J, Trip- II. E. Wyle, of St. Cloud, was appointed habitual constipation, have been permanently cured '
'lett, representing the Cross chap to, survey the proposed road

later. U. S. Government ter of St. Cloud appeared before the from NW corner 22-25-27 to SW cor. by the use of Chamberlain's Tablet,, Before using,
recommends -
more board for a donation for the Red ner of 35-25-27. Clerk' OverF' roc! ,
I Cross chapters of Oscoolr. county. was instructed to notify,, S. R. I Fields] these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.Now .
to place in cold I II Mr.; Triplett In n very moving speech, of Loughman, when, Mr. Wyle wouldbegin '
I growers spok i of the impending Red Cross the survey. they are cheerful and happy: and relish their
drive throughout? fie nation, scheduled C. S. Acree, of the Point, appeared
I storage: where possible. for May, 20 to 20. in which $100 before the board and, stated that the meals, Try them They only cost a. quarter.
000,000.00) Is to be raised. lie sakithat matter, of the building of ,the two

buying a Liberty Bond was, good dipping,vats in his section1 was pro. r
We are prepared to store 3000 business, but. giving ,the Red Cons is gressing ,very well. Although the 1 le S 1
pure patriotism. Ho asked the board lease for the land in the Lanier settle a
1 to contribute$500.00; toward the quo. ment had not yet been received from
: Bushels in our up-to-date Cold ta set for Osccola county, and pointedout Mr. Straub he was,of the opinionthat
that the money would have to be work could be commenced right ---

low figure. raised somehow, and that this $500 away, as Mr. Straub was deeply interested NAVAL RESERVE OPEN*TO Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Storage Rooms, at a very : would be distributed between the in the vat being located on Your drurrlit will refund money II FAZOOINTMENT
property, owners of the whole county, I his land. He suggested that W .W. MEN BETWEEN 18 AND. 35The fill 10 cure, anTCue Hie.In61o1ed.7.ol Itchier..
and that burden would be less on a' Clark be put in charge' of this vats Theant.ppllcsUongives Blind.BlerdlnicorPnHrndlni: I Ka.e and te.t. 50c.>
For full particulars, rates, etc., certain minority who would ultimately the delay was causing! great dam Ujrce, million men to' be called
I make up the quota. age to the cattle on account of ticks. this year means that all able bodied
': WRITE Mayor (add also spoke' eloquently Mr. Acree said that he would take men must go, whether mAried or
In favor of the contribution, and stat- charge of the other vat when the lo- single. While the Naval Reserve can
ed that in his opinionthe board could cation had been definitely decided only take a limited number it has Get
i do this without any objection on the upon; and that Mr. Singeltary was been decided by District Enrolling
Winter Park Refrigerating Co. 'part of the state authorities, as the willing for it to be on his land and Officer, Lieutenant Marcy B. Darnall,
donation wee to" bo absolutely for. would sign an agreement that if the to keep the Tampa Enrolling Officeat 1500
patriotic purposes. vat proved Undesirable the $100.00 room ,1, City Hall, open for a lim oo
Winter Park Fla. The borrd considered the matter would be returned to the county. ited time to toke care of the men in
for a short time, and after Clerk The board instructed Clerk Over- the draft age who will be able to secure Extra W\o
Overstreet had supplied the information street to draw u warrant for $100.00to release from their local boards.
as to the amounts of the different W. W. Clark for the first vat. and Only able bodied men between the
funds, dfcided to draw $250 from one for C. S. Acree as soon as the ages of 18 and 35 will be enrolled Miles
the Road Fund and $250- from the Singeltary agreement was signed up. Any able bodied man of that age who oo
I I nortunity to. pet sweet potatoes. General Revenue Fund for that purpose A letter from the State Council of in not in the service is a ,slacker Most tires carry a' oQ
Agents' Report Those are looking fine
County . Defense was read by Clerk Over- Girls who do not urge their sweet.
Levy County': Fine growing hearts and brothers to Into' Uniforms 3500-mile adjustment. Q
( T. B. Gillespie; of the Alrbama I street asking the board to contribute let 00'r
weather the last few days 'have enabled Paving Company, asked permission to $100.00 to the State Fund the countyto are slackers an aidino The 43% higher adjustment
Jefferson County:, Small grain crops to recover from the cold Iransffr ten thousand brick, more or be reimbursed when the legislature Germany. If we put forth every offort offered by Quaker
will be a success this year. Oats weather that prevailed for a few-ddys I we will win. If we fail to standup
crops less, from the Loughman road to the met again. If the cash was not available is in Keeping with the thmlf
Tires
are heading: out well; rye in making prior to that time. No signs of cotton Shingle -Greek: road, in order to complete the county's note would/ be ac- and give blow for blow German
f, heavy heads, and farmers are getting bool weevil infestation it, eve b the road. He stated that he cepted. No action was! taken on this will soon be delivering nil the blows spirit of wartime.
their binder ready to handle the found. Men with families need not hesitate
I, had about forty thousand brick in the matter at the present meeting.A .
cro Additional dipping vats will DeSoto County: Irish potatoes near Loughman district and could very letter was read from Johnston & about enlisting because the irovein-
I''' be put in this.summer. Hull yielded nil high as 300 bushels to easily spare ten thousand for that I Cicirett, nttoineys for S. It. Field ment has generously provided for Quaker Tires
'I I Broward County: Early pluntinvsof the acre. Stable manure has been purpose. The board agreed to the who stated that if the Loughman roadIn their families by extra allowance
tomatoes were cut short duo to bad found more beneficial to rour'rub/ transfer and instructed ROlldISupt'rin-| towship 25, range 27, Is run as and cheap life insurance. Over two
1 I seed and disease. Lat tr plantingslook palmetto lands than lime; potatoes tendent Farmer to look after the mat proposed, he will not grant a right of I hundred fine men have arrived in Key Adjustment Miles
more promising. Heavy rains will grow well on these lends while ter. way, but will compel the county to West for the Reserve in the past ten Guarantee 5000
have benefited corn, cotton and pca- other do until has days among them bankers, merchants .
(crops not manure The board refused to pay an item resort to condemnation proceedings, '
I'' 'nuts. been applied, or the bacteria addedin of $lW: interest to the Georgia Engineering but that if his plan is followed] he clerks and others of good standing Excess mileage reported by-
I, I'alm Beach County: Tomato fields some manure crop.Alnchua ( Company, claimed by themon would be ready to sign a deed to the' in their home ,towns, and they Quaker Tire users shows threetires'
around Boynton and Delray will yield County: An ,increase in a section of the) St. Cloud road, as right of way. The matter was notdiscussed as well as all who enlist, will be !given service from two. In many
,'I I not more than a half'crop due primarily Ho for the of interest the has not opportunity to pass examinationsfor
food crop plantings ranging from ten provision payment I as survey yet from
to bad infection of anthracnose commissions.The cases ,two tires' mileage one.
was incorporated in the con- been made
to a hundred cent has been made !
or nail head rust, and too much per young men who enlist now and
the farmers of the
by county. Cropsare ---------- ---
fl/ rain at the beginning of thu season. ------------------------- try to do the right thing have great

,J Pinellas County: Recent rnins have looking trouble gocd on but account grass of is,frequent causingsome WATCH FOR THE BUD-WORM RATION:" FOR, YOUNG PIGS chances for: promotion. The choiceof I LUPFER & PRATHER
encouraged the farmers to plant more army or navy is now open to drafted Kissimmee Fla
rains Gardens have in
'j food The Irish potato yield greatly men who can secure permissionfrom I ,
crops. is c'-BUsed' in number and quality. Arsenicals Dusted on Corn Will Control !Muscle Building Elements Needed In
In the county very encouraging. their local boards.
the I'est. I Fl lillli'HfillllliiHIllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllll; | | ! ! ! ll 88
Excessive rains have
Feed !
St. Johns County: Recent rains Clay County: : After Weaning. This privilege may be withdrawnat
have retarded potato digging, and it badly'injured the potato crop, anda|| any time, and those who prefer the
is estimated that one third of the great deal of corn has been drownedout The corn ear-worm, Heliothis obsolete Brood sows should be fed on a well- Reserve should ,not lose a single day I
,'i crpp has rotted in the pround. Quite and will have to be replanted. i is one of the most destructive balanced ration with plenty of proteinto in aplying for 'enrollment. Clear YourComplexion
t a number of farmers, will ''have to 'replant . Cadsden County: We are having insects in the South. It Is known by produce an abundant flow of milk.
'.1 their corn as wet weather plenty of rain and crops of all kinds several different names. In the spring; After the pigs are weaned the sow I ]
GROWING HOGS
))1 caused the seed to rot in the ground. are starting off pretty well. Tpbaccois and summer it feeds in the buds of. requires nearly the same ration. "But w with This
I' Walton County: .Club boys arc fine, and with no "casualties" we corn attacking the plant: when it is what are the newly weaned pigs ...-....-.
I taking a greater interest in the club will gather the largest crop in the about knee high. Here it is, knownas be fed ?' the University of' Florida For Old Reliable
to be he
profitable
a hog must
r' work than heretofore. Tho agent is county's history. ,the false bud-worm. Later in the: experiment station is often asked. Remedu-
I i finding hard to' get good pigs for Liberty County: Some crops, owing season' when the corn isin, ,silk, the i, Perhaps,, this.will answer t: :;:i'S: .:,N.,1jji'j", : be .kept/ growingFfrombirtlr'yto;, ;, \ marketing
i 'Jthe'PIg-c1Ub.: boys. '* ', moth ',lays 7>itsj\ eggs on :the silk' and !age.://i He cannot!baj profitable :
J'i.; ;
:
..., \ \ to heavy rains and hail: are damaged.The l :" 'Avery: good ration for1youngrplg i iat !1heIs'. 'sz\: HAMCOCICFSULPHURCOHPOUHD
,
\, *pl Sumteri County f Cropatigenerally rain fond hail following the freeze the, youngwormlfeeds.!/ i : .,thereof or'', a *weaning t'.timoSwhenk 1 ,:thereSisJ;no unless| ; heal Uhyjjg/ Ile can He'can'alwaysbeiint'aSprofit'producingfcondition "
.. flare I looking''good.?: sj)!LaborOIsdfacarce has'p-iven tho crops quite setback$$! few days i and i then I[enters ItheJ) earl to milkSavailablelisfcornp' four /parts,' if
.
k feed'on'the' kernels !This *
v with generationis
and farmers behind
i
some are Orange County: "Boys. and girls( of shorts four'parts, bran one part and
We tell that this
their work. It is quite likely that school organizing themselvesinto called the corn, ear-worm. positively you rem-
age are tankage one part by weight;? As the
more help will be needed to handle "Liberty Food Production Clubs." The next generation commonly at- pigs get older'the proportion of corn edy prevents cholera removes worms For temple,blackheads, freckle. blotches
the cotton crop. Each promises to grow some food or tacks cotton, boring into the bolls, and be gradually increased that and cures thumps. If the powder does and tin...well. >for more.erloutlace.icalp.
may so not make good will. Waters & hive, ccxema.etc,tut
is known the cotton bollwoim. we and body eruption
Putnam Recent rains have as
County: feed crop to relp win tl e war. by the time the shoats |
weigh compound "
one Carson this tcleirtlne Phl1rJItij2} } e
f r interfered with farm work Later generations will attt.ok fall Grocery Company. . .
greatly
Nassau County: Boys and gir hundred pounds the amount of corn lion It oothe and heals: *) =
especially where sufficient drainagehas are taking a greater interest in club beans, pens, and a variety of crops. I, will have been doubled." REGISTER NOW. a -J tai trouble:In a amend purtfiet water Uie It blood.Phytldaiu H>at.Its
The insect is also most serious
not been provided. Potatoes are work than before. Wo will soon our
ever Tankage makes a desirable feed for U oIllIe
that sulphur one
showing signs of decay. have .a progressive calf club. Shorthorn enemy of tomatoes. It bores into the' hogs'at any age. It is especially good The'registration books are now open mart .eflectlve ae.blood purlfiera known. Hemember -
Citrus County: Boys club work i iautt'ering U is the breed selected. fruit and is called the tomato! fruit- for young growing pigs, since it con- at every precinct in Osceola coun- a good CUGW1Cals.155'1 skin deep
to some extent thru the ne. Hillsboro County: Potatoes on or worm. tains and -It'a bealth deep.
a large amount'of muscle build ty. Register pay your poll tax-
cessity for the boys to take the placl'I When feeding as the bud-worm in Be lur.lo ask for HANCOCK SULPIfUR
farm barrels
yielded seventy-five per nutrients which oatia-
ing the used with
small pigs your vote will be needed this COMPOUND. It ha been
of older the farm who the insect! is well conceded, but year.
corn
men on have acre. They were run thru ;\ grade need in relatively larger amounts factory: results for aver. 25 years..
I been called to the colors. before being marketed. This farmer makes its presence ,known by the excrement than older feogs. SOc and $1 the bottle
which soils the leaves. If Whenever You Need a General Tonic
lIernando rainfall
County
: Heavy has two barns built for corn and ar-
differs from ,
blood
Tankage meal can't upply
If yon
lie
damaged some crops planted on low ranged, so that he can treat the corn not killed the worm will destroy the in 'composition. While its protein Take Grove's. at iendhli your drueaUt'name and the price In Ump a.J
lands, but farmers have used the optfffir against weevils. productivity of the stalk, altho the content is The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless ..wlU teod" you. a bottle direct.
not it
as high higherin
stalk may live. to-planted. corn runs chill Tonic is equally valuable tULTHUa
as a HANCOCK UOUI
..J .i ash mineral
- -- DO YOUR EYES NEED ATTEN- suffers more than that planted early or matter and also General Tonic because it contains the COMFANYHmlUmora.
because the insects are rrore.numerIn ; contains some soluble meat salts well known tonic properties QUININE Md.
T10N: ?
I ous. fact, ',he ravages of the which act as a stimulant to digestion. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives R_.... lulrlaif C.-,...* O)'"- .I.S:
,The service of the oculist is essen- form the chief difficulty Tankage ia j'sed to a much larger ex- out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and ....-tS ri .s_flr**uUl*
,' tial in treating diseases of the eyes in caterpillars raising late l planted corn. tent for hog feeding than is blood Builds up the, Whole System. 60 cents. Uood" awe. .-f-..> ....
and defective vision I
correcting by securing meal.
The is rather easily controlledin
pest
.
l JACKSON'Iu.Etlh I glasses/ that are scientifically corn where: ib works as the budworm In addition to the concentrated ration ----- -- --- --- -- - -
fitted to your eyes. mentioned above it would be desirable -
r says J. R, Watson of the University
Properly fitted glasses cost no mor to provide a special. forage
of'l Florida experiment station.
TRA OLDEST money than improperly fitted onr :Make a mixture of equal parts of crop, such as rape, for young pigs.If .
PUT E.1lA8L1S11flJEED They certainly cost much less ey powdered zinc arsenite or lead.1 ar- your object is to make your pip Potatoes and Prosperity
M0SEN itrain, and the satisfaction of know senate and air-slacked: lime, or twiceas gain as rapidly) possible, then feed
/ FLORIDA ing you have the right ones is wort. Much of the lime as the Arsenical them all the above ration' that they I

1 great deal to you. may he used. Dust this down into will consume.To Arooitook County, Maine, is the richest agricultural. county in
'N MtA'AlHA"fm itiKIBf That is why it is to your very d each hill, preferably in the morning make the largest gain; feed 8 the United States.
ided advantage to have your eye. when there is dew the plants so weeks old pigs 'at least three times
on The hat brought wealth and prosperity to this
I county.
Noted here. DR. E. S .1I01'FltIAN potato crop
H j 'A t ( SEED) 09t Oculist-Optician 28 West Churst St. that buds.the This poison dusting will run down con be into done the a.day. The average yield of potatoes in Aroortook it about 300 bushels per

Orlando, Fla. e quickly by means of a porous muslin IT SHOULD MAKEA acre or more than three times theuerae yield in the United States.:

bag which can be jarred over the MILLION FOR HIM ; DID YOU RAISE 300 BUSHELS OF POTATOESPER
plants. *
The next generation feeding inside Cincinnati: man discovers drug that ACRE THIS YEAR?

the ears is much more difficult to loosens corns so they If not, you have lost apart" of your profit The,, Aroottook county
control. But the
eerCrops feeding upon the silk young, may caterpillars be poisoned -, lift out. farmer insures successful crops by applying plenty of high-grade fer

before they enter the ear. Wh..nthe Good news -spreads rapidly and tilizer. He plows and cultivate carefully, uses clean seed and spray

silks begin to appear, blow the druggists here are kept busy dispen- often. These) ,gigantic crops are the result of intelligent care and:
poison thru the corn by means of a sing freezone, the recent discovery ofa ample supplies of effective plant food.
Heavy yield of high lau products are necessary dusting machine. Repeat every four Cincinnati man, which is said to

to bring a big net profit to the =rower; The to seven days until the silks are well loosen any corn so it lifts out with Frank Coe's t'ft.
1 developed. There is nothing to be the fingers.A E. Fertilizers '
I banner record for such result has been held for gained by continuing; the dustings quarter of an ounce costs very :

the last quarter-century by after the cilks have become dry, as little at any store that handles drugs are the Aroostook fanner Standard. ._
the worms has by that time entered but this is said to be sufficient to rid
the ear and no eggs will be laid on one's feet of every" hard or soft corn For sixty years the E. Frank Coe brand ha assisted good farmers

': I.. Ideal Fertilizers the dry silks. < or callus. in all section of this country to increase..their crops and their profit

On a crop as cheap as field corn You apply just a few drops on the Plan now to get your full profit from your 1918 potato crop. |
: usually is, it is doubtful if the dustingof tender, aching corn or toughened cal- Ask for a copy of our book entitled "POTATOES ,A MONEY
the silks will
be but
at
: 't Send for our Free Book on sill commercial the present prices of profitable corn it, would lus and, and instantly soon the the corn son or.:nets:callus is relieved is- CROP." This book contain full information in'.regard to the method .

crop of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue. doubtless pay. On more valuable so shriveled that it lifts out without used by the bet Aroottook county potato grower and alto the dory C

I' Special advice gladly given. corn such as sweet com or seed corn wllfcome pain. It is a : ticky substance which of a profitable potato crop written by an Aroottook farmer. .
i it will pay well. The best results dries when applied and never inflamesor
from dusting the buds eope even irritates the surrounding skin. KISSIMMEE WAREHOUSE ';
I dally on late corn. If this is done This rMseovery Will prevent thousands
J. T. +
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., r carefully it will go far toward reducing of deaths annually from lockjawand Bnrckhalter Salesman 'J
') tho numbers of the next gen'eration -> infection heretofore resultingfrom

> Mfra. Ideal Fertffixen. which enters the ears. the .suicidal habit of cuttingcorns. THE COE-MORTIMER CO.f f
f v IDEAL'Jacksonville '.
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Fla. runuzcnOssNrlsSl Children's Coughs and Colds. .eJdlnry .t the Aaaerlean As-rlevltnral Caea teal C...ar.
For children's coughs and colds Urn OuMne That DOM (tot Affect the Head \
as6air o5V Chamberlain's Cough remedy is ex Became.ol lto'10..1" and ...llft effect. LAX*. Room 606 Heard l Bldg. Jacksonville Florida. "
cellent. It is prompt and effectual T1VK BROMO QUININB. i>better than ordinaryKlnlne CORNELIUS CHRISTIANCY
and doe not cause Bervouinraa nor '
., ? andcontains no opium or other nar- In held, Remember. lb.1.11name and Florida Sale Manager '
1 cotic, and is pleasant to take. look tot the aicBatun ol 8. W. OKOV& Joe. .TJ' ;

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. MAY
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yf. B. Crawford Lee JarreU I Rouse, .. guardian for Katherine Louise -.

CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW RUMINATIONS Palmer a minor, will, on the lath day
:I OF REX I of May A. V. 1(11, apply to the Honorable *
T.,, M. Murphy. County Judge In
@ @ j and for Osceola County Florida, at his
Offlcesj 4 5 6, and 7 CIUZOD.aBanI I-- office at the Court House at KUnImmee -
Building' We had the pleasure last week of with the shape of said barrel; and Osceola County Florida'! at 10-DO:
an hour's companionship with the would have been If lengthened out A. M.., or as Boon thereafter a. lb.matter .
Ciasimmee florid
Hon. C. S. Acre the gentleman who at least can be heard for authority to '
40 feet long. This stand as sell, at public or private sale., the
Both Ends ha bten a number of times an aspirant it was called was filled with cold water rtarht. title and Interest. belonging: to
DR. W. W. CARSON for political honprs. His friendsare which was continualy running in. the said Katherine. Louise 1'almer, a
numerous and the proof that they This cooled the steam. It minor, In the followingdescribed!
DENTIST ( Producer 'and Consumer ) passed lands, to-wlt.: The Southwest qu.r.
conmdor him worthy is demonstratedby through them the still under whicha i... of the SouUiwest quarter of Section
Office over Pilley Building the fact that his ticketIs fire had Twenty-nine,
name on a previously been made; said Township Twenty-five
O.._ Office'Phone Hour 161 Residence: I-It. 1'Phone-.I liOae AgainstThe a harbinger of victory. Twice was still, having been tilled with what we ceola Mouth County R."",., Twenty-seven Florida. ISast 0..

Administered for Extraction ., he a candidate for legislative honors called "mobby." A preparation of Dated this 18th day of April, A. D. .
Teeth. MiddleThe and each'' time he defeated bv,reason- peaches or applea which had previously 1118' .

l able r,majorities some of the best men been prepared for the pur-, KRtnna MRS. F. H. ROUSE. ;
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW ( Packer) in the county. Since retiring from Attorneys& STEKD.for Uuardlan. Guardian.l -StNOTirH

politics he has gone back to his farm, pose.Rex has received a number of :et- l
which constitutes one of the finest ters from Georgia but withheld them OK AOMINISTHATOR
The consumer wants to pay a.low land IF.. Vlata. I>l_.....)
pieces of in the county, and here from publication until an understanding !. CoorS .t (.*..ty Judas, State .f
Waring Building. price for meat. he makes the same successful venture was hrd with the editor as to ...1....... ().....ta" (,.....,..
that
Fat Johnston
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW price for cattle. served him, and. instead of a calamity them in as a part of the correspondence of September A. I). 1>13, I shall' apply
howl such as we have heard from other have decided to give I one each to the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge

The packer stands between these quarters, the lIon. gentleman assured week until the supply is exhausted. of my snld final Court dl.eharlre'dmlnl.tr.tol'as Judge of Probate, for of

Offices' 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Baal us that his crop was all right The one chosen for this article is from the estate of \vllltam Weckerly. docemert -
Building conflicting demands, and finds it impossible and in' good condition.: Macon, Ga., and is as follows: ; and that at the same time twill

Klsslromee. Fla- to completely satisfy both. One of our city farmers, Mr, J. B. Macon Ga., April 27, 1918. I present.. Administrator.of to said Court my final accounts .

Taylor, also gave a favorable report My Dear Friends; and....k for their approval. said. estate,
"' The packer has no control over the of his potato crop< lie told Rex that I have received your l letters i\nd Dated Und April. A. l>. 11111.
only one acre of his had been injured and much A. E. DROUOHT,
crop papers was ever pleased
of live stock and the lgiam< '
prices meat mo .
or and by general inquiry we'find with the description'of the country,' . _Administrator.KOTICK

most 'that can be expected of him is that the silver lining which every and also the Valley Gazette's systemof OK AnMIMftTItATOR'

GURSOJl.f PRIflIER I that he keep the difference between cloud produces, shows up the bright explaining conditions there. Have !- Court.(For of Iliad lnekarse),
a CoamIT ,
JmtlifV $.t. of
side of an apparently dark issue Potatoes always supposed that the peninsular Fiends. <>...e.la 4'ouBlr. ,
the two as low as possible. He does of the Irish variety do not by of Florida was a country of cyclones, !. rr. K.. at. of Free1 I>esli ,<
this' successfully by converting animals any means constitute the entire' city hurricanes and such like and am very Notice Is h..rebyIv..n.. to nil whim .
It
SELLSFire into and the crop. Corn sweet potatoes, peas glad to find out how wronc I' WPS. of may September concern, >. that 118 on t'ie I shell J"tl)apply d.ty )
meat distributing meatat
beans and other legumes are doing Have talked to those to whom I gave to. the Honorable J-1. M. Murphy, Juiliie
a minimum, of expense, and at a splendidly. Cattle likewise are thriving papers and they sry tho' same thing. of said Court as .Judge of Prn* .te. for \ ':
Lif, Accident and in and if Osceola county is compell. You and your paper have opened our my final discharge ss Adrrlilstratorof '.
profit top small to be noticeable. the the estate of Fred Deal .:-..ea..1; :t
ed to feed its -own citizens. they have eyes; we now see how we have been and that at I will present -
Health Plate Glass Liability farmer's returns for live stock or in the besides the vegetable production fooled and some of us are very likely to said t'B'' ncrounts

meat bill of the consumer. cows, hogs sheep, fish 'and game of to try it tis summer resort. The .ask. Administrator for their approval.of said estate and]

and Boiler Insurance. every variety to do that very thing winters are good enough here it is >ted April Undo A. fl.1015. i il :
Swift &' Company' 1917 transactions and furthermore if they tore pushedon only in -summer that wo desire ahanre. A. E. DUOUOHT.
by necessity, materials for the With wishes. and com nll- l>-lam mo. -Admlnl.tr.tor. "

Legal Bonds Executed in Cattle were aa follows: loom can produce cloth, hides can be menta to the editor of the Kissi-nmce; i I. Circuit c..... M... ef FI.rld. Seveefk .

Averic P.H... made into leather' and many other Valley Gazette, I remain yours sincerely Judicial rlrrnU. Oserala ; .
Same Day Needed. Sold Meat to Retailer for $68.97 useful employments can make our ,. Commtrla ......r,.. "

Sold By-product for 24.09 county independent of the world. It GEORGE RAYMOND. .....1. Herat, Cossplalaaat J
only requires the effort; the materialis ..

OFFICE State Bank Total Receipts i 93.06 here; thrift industry and persevere Tl e war appears in como respectsto Kdrnla F. llrlafct sad Sarah llrlckt. hiswife
Building
: Paid to Cattle Raiser 84.45 ance U what we need. We could for ,have benefited our country when ,. It iIesda.,.. .

Balance(not paid to Cattle Raiser) --8.61: the time being' do ,away with the men. women and children combine to \to .the appearing bill filed; .bYln 4"u above-stated appended J
.luxuries and submit to a win-the-war aid our president. We can see whata causa that Edwin K. right and Sarah
w- Paid for labor and expenses at i diet which would allow those who are tremendious power we are in the BrlRht.therein: his wife the defendants
Packing House, Freight on Meat, doing the fighting to have that to world. Our 'furnish named are non-residents of
The Dining Room of the money arms the Slate of Florida, and are resident
and Cost of operating Branch sustain them which every soldier re ammunition, etc., to England and of Castle Rock State of \Vashlnnton '"

Manhattan Hotel distributing houses 7.32 quires. If we can't fight with themwe France. Our products feed them and It both la over therefore th. age ordered of twenty-one years;
can abide by what they have to it takes soldiers that said nonresident I
'I Remaining in Packer's hands. our" to carry their defendants be.and are hereby
Is Now feed on and thus help them to achievethe standards to:victory. The Allies required. to appear to the bill of complaint
Open Returns on investment $ 1.29 victory. .would certainly either been defeatedor filed In said cause on or before -,

Mr*. R. B. Savage. Owner and Mjr. Rex has changed from a liberal Imbiber compelled compromise on very Monday 118. otherwise.the 10th the day alterations of May of A.said D. "

The net profit was $1.29 per head, or of the ardent to a regular prohi, uneven terms' but our country of bill will be taken aa contested. by said .

1 about one-fourth of a cent per pound knowing that a quart per month traders.Jaa the Germans contemptiousp defendants.. *
would be only an aggravation, he ly have taken the It Is further ordered that this order it,
J. .W. THOMPSON of beef. styled, task on be published once a week for four consecutive .
tried it from month to month without their shoulders and the contest is no weeks In the Klsslmmee Val

using spiritious liquors of any kind longer in doubt. We stayathomesmay ley Oasette., a newspaper published la .'
what other method .
By can the difference :and now finds himself clear of anything and will be called upon to make said County, and State.
Funeral DirectorAND This 16th day of April, 1*18.
between cattle prices and beef I Itye an appetite for the stuff, I sacrifices, but if our young men can 1. I* OVKUSTREET.

.. .. prices be made smaller, and how can and a supporter for the dry ticket.In bear the heat and burden of the day, By &Clerk H. BULUOCK.Circuit:<< Court.. 'I
our younger or boyhood days one there 4s no room left for us to com
(Circuit Court
the conflicting demand of producer of the perquisites of every plantation plain. Our democratic rooster still KR1BU8 STEED Seal Deputy Ierk. ,:

and consumer be better satisfied ? was a still house and in it wna generally shouts defiance to, the Kaiser and his ..Solicitors for Complainant. ll-4t
LICENSED EMBALMER found an eight and a twenty-gal. motley crew, and crows loudly for 't
Ion still the former for singling noble NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATION .
copper our boys who are fighting for
and D.p.r1..t .f Store and Chapel Stewart Are the latter for doubling. Peaches our freedom.' .. at, UalaeeTlllo. ...1.. .
1918 Year Book of interesting and and apples were uced and brandy I My letter has prevented my writing April 5, 111. ,
Klsslmmee. Fla. made.. ,The pipe or worm was !incased:: some things which will be leftover Notice Is hereby klven. that Oscar H. I
instructive facts sent on request. I Brltt. of Xjouehman Fla.,
in a barrel with curves to correspond I for next week. REX. April 18. 1MB made Homestead. .who Bmtry on
ArMrra Swift Ar Comnsmv..
: No. ff nufu .. .
01184. % > A/Mtvtz a *iAM tI.To..n.hlp
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| Union Stock Yards Chicago. Illinois | U8R. ISE.'l'aliahasese
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M.TILLERReal STATE TOURNAMENT FORTRAPSHOOTERS FROM "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE"The to Meridian make Three-year has filed' notice Proof of to Intention establish

""I' I AT JAX. claim to the land above described be-,

J..Estate .Agency.Realty . !! .1 I Swift & Company, U. S.. A. The Ohampionship anual Florida Tournament State Trapshooting will be- letter received following by is Mr.an; extract JI| C.' Dowding from a fore Claimant. Fla.Clerk, on names Circuit the 14th as Court witnesses day of at May:Klsslmmee. 1...-.

from his son-in-law, Capt. Ellis H. J. R. Collins of
staged over the of the Duval LoUBThman. Florida.
bought and sold. Gun Club Jacksonville traps Florida Whitehead. of the Medical Reserve James Jackson of Loushman, Flor
; on '
ida. ,
Houses rented. @ @ May 23rd, 24th and 25th. under the Corps, who. recently. arrived. ,in W'W.' Britt of Loushman. Fla.
France J \ "
Taxes paid and Titles verified supervision of the Interstate. Trapshooting '* > *'; "f Ii' ;{ ; II. J. Popney of uahman.; Florida.

for non-residents.' .'. Association of Pittsburg, Pa.' ""'"do\\';:\'\Somewh\!'.."'I''f\'Yf'f\' fIII re. lnJ: Franee'i&i'/ J 17-eti.i.\ '" 'c UOBT.'Wo;DAVI$; R.s-lat.r.

___________________________________._ ________ __ __ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ I which governs all registered tourna- April ..
Fire Life and Accident Insurance. ments. The program of the tourna- ; Dear Father.: Clrewlt Ceur*. St.' .. .f FIerlS*,
evcatk Jadlrlal (,1..1..
SAVE MORE ,BABIES mortality rate.Statistics ment is so arranged as to provide for Well,, we are in France at last. I Ceealy-!. C.......,..01..
Indemnity Bond show that infant mortal- the less proficient shooters as well as Quite a ways from tho front yet, but -
If the state of Florida does her ity campaigns consistently produced the top-notchers and visiting sportsmen quite busy. This is a very beautiful I Msry .L. Hunter Complainant

...... ....+q.+......+...... part in ,the'public campaign of saying reductions on death rate. The figuresfor will find everything pertaining part of France and i while they are I vs.Ororge Hunter Defendant.
: one hundred thousand lives under New York show that the number JAo a .high class championship shoot in backward in methods'' and mechanical' It appearing; by affidavit appended
1 five years in the United -States her of deaths for one thousand births in readiness for them. devices they are ahead of us in ag- to the bill filed In the above.stated '
oo..o.o'P4O+......44+. quota is approximately nine hundredand the first year of life has steadily declined May 22-Practice Day. ricultural results. Country is very cause therein that George Hunter Is the defendant .

twelve-seventy-three per cent since a determined campaign I' This day is assigned for practice finely tilled. Their way: no weeds the State named.of Florida,a and nonr..ld.ntot Is a resi
of these die under one year. The to "save the babies" was started. But only the scores not being recorded every bit'; of land cultivated highly. dent of Iowa City State of Iowa over
C. W. GRIFFIN I State Health Department realizes the great value to the country of the with the Interstate Trapshooting As Everything Is green now. Violets in the age of twenty-one years. ; It Is

that in infant mortality in this tate child-welfare work will not be limitedto sociation. One ''hundred sixteen-yard bloom, It is called the California of therefore defendant; ordered be and that h.said Is nonresident -.

is entirely too high and shall aid in one hundred thousand lives. targets in events of twenty targets France-this locality. Cold and wet to appear to the bill; hereby of complaint required .,

q Staple'! and FancyGROCERIES, every way practicable that Florida In the elimination of more of the each will be thrown starting at 12 now. Has rained all the time since filed In said cause on or before
may reach her quota. We feel that causes of infant mortality the health o'clock, noon. Any shooters that may we arrived. Roads here are good Monday the llth day of May 'Av D.

U Florida should keep up her. quota if of children will no doubt be Improvedand desire additional' practive, the traps though built of rock clay and sand. bill 1018 will otherwise be taken the as allegations Confessd by of said said

possible; not so much to prove her the morbidity rate be reduced. will be kept open for that purpose, All main roads are like paved streets defendant.It .
I loyalty but to do Tier duty toward The children-the ,future America- but the additional targets will not be I I am located in a town of 8,000. la further ordered that. this order

the little helpless ones. will be started on their journey with thrown until after the completion of ,. Five miles from camp. We're just be published weks once In a the week for four consecutive .

Free We hope that this child-welfare proper care, wholesome food and the regular event of that day. starting a 50-bed hospital and I fell Uasette, a newspaper Klsslmmee published Valley In-
,,- Delivery to all Part campaign will not only save one hundred much better promise of success in May 24Registered.One heir to the-job. Have been too busy said County and State. .. '4
of the City thousand lives during the hundred sixteen-yard targetsin to think the two weeks we have'been This 11th day of April. 1H8

i but will convince the most skepticalthat life.It is estimated that in New Zealandone events of twenty targets each will here. I have 8 doctors and 33 enlisted J. I*Clerk OVER8TREKT.Circuit :
Court
.. ..00..00..00000000... health within certain limitationsis baby in twenty dies-in:.the United feature 'U.e Seminole Hotel opening, men. Will have 11 Red Cross KRIFna & STEED. '- .
purchasable, and that infant mortality' -i States one in ten dies. Methods open to all regardless 'of residence nurses eventually Don't know how Solicitors for Complainant. lT-4t

is decreased by increasing by which the infant lives are to be will be contested for during the long I will be in charge. Can't tell in NOTICH.f FOR I'UHI-ICATIOW.
child-welfare work. If as much mon- saved are set forth by the Children's morning and in the afternoon one the, army, you know.. It is a stiff lob Department Office at the Ualarsyllle.laterier. V.Fla.. leeS

Awdy with DEAtJiy.0CH! ey were appropriated for the first Bureau of the Department of Labor, hundred targets sixteen to twenty- right now to get It in running order. pr.. D. .u'n._'__
five years of a child's life as there is Washington D. C., and recent articles three yards handicap, known as the Notice. Is hereby given that John

appropriated for the first five years published by that Department may Interstate Trapshooting Association'sState To Cure a Cold In One Day January Stewart of to, Davenport 114 made, Fla.Homestead, who. on ,'

o if school life there would be no ques- be secured by writing to Washington, Handicap, open to only bona Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qalal_. It stops the Kntry: No. 102447 for KV4 of 85%, .
J H.t tion of decreasing the present infant D. C., for them. fide ,residents of Florida for titles Couch sod Headache and work. off the Cold. I Section 1. Township 15S Range 6E.
4 tronhles and nurses. Non-residents Druga refund money II It fails to cure. Tallahassee ?Meridian has filed noticeof
-------------- K. w. u&ovn'a signature oa each boa. .1Ot.
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". FOB SALE BY may shoot for targets 0011'frii\ ; to 1.tl..n Ut:: to claim make! to Three-year the land aBove Proof

CENTRAL DRUG STORE I event, which is the only event of the I described before Clerk. Circuit Court
If', Kissimmce. Fla. entire tourament in which non-resi- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS at May Klsslmmee.11118. Fla., on the 24th day. of

dents cannot compete for purse di- ('IAlnul'n' nAon.. ... _Ioft.____.
vision.. H.:-j.j-: Ilowen' ; ,"of -J Davenport; "'" Florida.
, i7iAiJIis May 25-Regl tered. A OIM)IVA\(H Joel \Woolen of Davenport Florida.,
: One hundred targets sixteen-yard H. K Olll. of Davenport. Fla. -
AN ORDINANCE for the purpose of R. O.
Goodman of
rise, the Duval Gun Club's Fare-You-- maintaining order In th. City ofKlRslmmee ida. LiOHghman Flor

CHILL TONIC __ Well will be staged open to all, and by prohobotlnif speech 17-5t ROnT._W. DAVIS Register.
__ or conduct disloyal to thn united
contested for in of
events twenty tar- states of America' while the United
For CHILLS and NOTICH
FEVERS OP KJlKCtTOUFer
gets etch. In the afternoon one hun- States Is lit war with a foreignmY'lVoRnAINRD ( FleeS.
IHsrkarire)
COLDS, GRIPPE, MALARIA dred targets sixteen-yard rise, opento
by the City Council .
all for but la Court f ...
purse division open to ( .r Judge Osveela
of th. City of Kiseiminee.ee''oJI
5ct50c Everywhere. No Cure.. Ho Pq only bona fide residents for Titles $ I. Any person irulltof lousty, Mtste ef Flerlea.IB .

and Trophies known as the Interstate speech ftr ,nduct dlnlo. >al to the United -
.,
Kstete
For Indigestion, Constipation or HtateH of America" while the sold re I.Uile Moneleyt
'.. Trapshooting Association's Statei. I'nlled States Is at war with th. Imperial Notlbe Is hereby given to all whom
Biliousness $ \ ,. -V' 4 -
? : Championship will end the big tour Herman, 'Jovt-rnment, 'or any of It may concern that on the Slat day I
Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAXFOSWITH nament. The bona fide resident of It.. nlll,.... or either of them I be ami he of July A. U. 1II1N. I shall apply to'the
PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive :Florida making the highest score IH hereby declai ..ii l to I,.. A dinturberof honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of laid
the public peace, and upon conviction court AS Judge of Probate, for my
laxative: pleasant to take. Made and will be, officially the champion of the 1 before the Mayor, he shall be : final. discharge as Executor of the
recommended to the public by Paris Medicine state and receive merited prizes in I punished ba -tints of not more than I estate. of Llnle Moseley\ ., deceased; and
recognition of and' five hundred dollar.. or Imprisonmentlit that at the same time I will presentmy
Co..manufacturers of Laxative Bromo ability. Second
final accounts '
hard labor fur not more than sixty as Executor of said
Quinine and Groves Tasteless chill Tonic. | third guns will also receive 'prizes flays or both auch\ fine and Imprison-; estate, and ask for their approvaL
-J I ICM awarded by the Interstate Trapshooting merit at the discretion of the Court. Dated January 2 Association. In this event all Section 2. This ordinance shall take EOOLESTON WILBOURN.
effect Immediately upon Its passaire.Section T-Io.mllm Executor.;
GOODTOTHE LflST DROP 1fi state professional guns will competefor ( S. All ordinances or parts
state professional championship.To hereby repealed ftOTICR 0V KXKCUTOH:
high amateur average en three of ordlna/nco In conflict herewith are I..... Flaal niaeharsre)
hundred sixteen-yard targets regis Read a first and second time by IB Coart ., Ceaaty JBBB. Os.a.la 4
-s unanimous consent and unanlmou.lyMay.
MflXWELLHOUSE tered a Liberty Bond will be awarded A. 1>. 1818. 14, te>BBty. State *f FlevMa. (,

and to bfgh professional avcrage.also passed In open session this Tth day ofF .. .. E..... ef ..... w. Smith i
1. a Liberty Bond will be warded. High H. LAW8ON. Notice, I* hereby clven. to all whom
average shall be based on all entries President of Council. It mar concern that on the lit day of
.. AttesftJ.:, K. 0ILBJo UT. Ausrust. A. D. illS I shall apply .'te
entered for all the aixteen events of (Heal) City Clerk. the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of
r Friday and, Saturday for purse division Approved this 8th. day of May. A. t>. said' Court, aa Judge of Probate, for!
among the .amateurs rand to all 1.11. my final discharge as Executor of the '
COFFEE J,4, ,JOHN'S. CADEtS .tat.0' John W. Smith, deceased
professionals, regardless of residence. Mayor of the City and that at the same time I will present .)
;
i Second and third also 21-5t of Klsslmmee.
a'vergesswilL. my final accounts aa Executor of
iI be l'ewardecf. in cash. j' .a'd estate. and ask for their approvaL
) ASK YOUR GROCER I --.- The tournament will be one of theJnOIIt NOTICE Datfed January 11. A. D. 111." '
; ME TOO. UNCLE: Notice Is hereby riven to all whom f THURSTONllamlm B. MSTH.' ,
I s.-. .- ..- ..- .. _. --' ,.. important that has ever/been/ It mar concern, that I. Mrs. a'. H- *eouuTr.
;: of staged in- the South. / jJJi
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SIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY .GAZETTE, FRIDAY MAY 10, 1918.

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"( OH O O'O; ;; I WEEKLY REPORT OF ' '

SALES OF THRIFT. STAMPS CIRCULATEHP

i' Society Notes $1 .

'

, ". (Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) Ws. s.;
t.. .f r HERE are millions of dollars worth of food heldin :

Request i i. made to all patrons of the ,Valley Gazette to tend items =f SAVWG&TAMPS. ,
J SUED BY rNa
: UNITED STATES the stores all the country waiting for a
*f Society Events 'to the Editor for publication in these colums. .'. GOVERNMENT ? over '. ...
\

, _'. . . . . J..J..L......u.u.u..u..f. . good and the skimping their
: ''-.-''-''' -- ---- G. W. Persona -.__uuu__ 16 profit,' people are very
,,--. + Osceola Hardware Co. ___,--.____ ((52;
:. i i RECEIVES: II .C. Stnnfoid __--___________-- 40 best of it to' This food
I I : (:- STAR Citizens Bank _____________,u- \ to buy enough keep'on living. '
'- + Central! Drug Store: _____-_____ 2!
: : who !served the Luwrenre Tress ---------r------ A put 'the market at low price will help to
nil' matron last A. S. Gilbert "--_____________--_ 24 on a very
(' with H .lieau- Cv W.Griffin ______u____-_,...___ 44
nition of her W. H. Makinson f,o. ______--__.-.2iOII. ( solve our greatest worries-the feeding of ourselves
____ __ ; ,
irir( behalf of the M, Evans .553: ;
the emblematic Wenner-Sawycr Co. for pu-ilic-
the scroll that school "._ ...''.+._"'-*..**'-. 32 , our" army and the allies. '
matrons Presbyterian Society 24
pact ----------- *, "
their order have Here is gratifying evidence of wid- 'i
high' tribute ening ,progress and deepening inter .
.
est.;. We Are Resolved .
-. We should all press forward with ;
I :. \ :-. j, unrelenting zeal until "Ofd.Glory"
: [
: + and t.urbed"all the in, the allied gentle flags breezes float "undis of every To do our: bit ,by selling half of ourstock, practically
and Mrs. J. D.'
: .
/ Methodist' the Building church Let.liberty-loving there be no country.slacker in Kissimmee. cost during the next ten days, beginning ,

May 13, from .
W B. :Witherspoon Chairman.
I home, of Mrs. II

street.to be present Every CIRCUIT COURT FRIDAY :: MAY 1Oth :: FRIDA

\ '
i .-in circuit court last Friday morn
ing the two cases against James Selling one-half of bur entire stock at astonishingly low prices.
-. Prescott Forrest- Hart; the' three
I I eases against! H. A. Bishop, L. D.

Pruett; Walter Tracy; the four cases 45 Ib can Lard Compound _____-___,$10.80 No 3 Helmet Brand Hominy __u_.:.___ .10
( Presbyterian against W. II. Savage were continuedfor '! Bulk, Compound uu____ ?_uu___ .25 No. 2 Dairy, Maid Hominy _____u___ .10
1 \ social l'and Wednes-food attorney the term by request of the stat Reliable Hams Ib_____..,_-"__--____, .35 8 oz Class!! Chipped Beef ___uuu_ .35

15, from "3 to 6 On Thursday afternoon in the case .Sugar Cured Picnics. lt> __--__-'__--__ .27 30c Mayonnaise ____u_____r-...,"-- .25
of the public against James Hall, testimony from White Side Meat Ib_______________ .32 6 pkgs.J Gray Jar Rings ____1: ___uu .25
Ice tea and cakes John, I. Cummings and Eliza Cummings Best Creamery Butter_____.'._______?_ .52 3 pkgs. Red Jar Rings __u.u"u- .25
the afternoon his wife, was heard. On Fri No. 5 Alaga Syrup ____uUUuu ..55 6 cakes Laundry Soap ____:.uu..:___ .25
morning the of C. H.
day
I ; Ryan was heard. testimony On Friday afternoon No. 10 Blue Caro__________________: .87 Star Napllia Washing Powder __u___ .05

I : NOTES John I. Cummings was recalled. .1 No. 10 Red Caro ___________u____' .90 Pearline ___.______u______.______" .05
On Saturday morning the Jury retired Small Crisco! ___:__,?_---__?--_.__ .30 Octagon Soap ____uuu____ __ .05
| Atlanta, of the while certain points of law were I Medium Crisco __ ,. ____' .45 25 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour (with substitute) 1.62
?---------* --
1 \ work of the The argued by having the contending the' counsel.state' .No. 10 Crisco '_____--_--___?____-- 1.85 11 Ibs. Fancy Head Rice uu_.___.. 1.00
division jury returned
I inspection and in- attorney announced that he ,had no Evaporated Peaches _______________ ,.12% 6 pkgs. Atlantic Matches ______u__ __ .25 ..
i \ :. ; Satur further evidence to, offer. Judge Fancy Prunes uu:._____________ .12112 6 pkgs. Toilet Paper uuuuu_ .25
I a meeting Perkins: instructed the jury to 'render 3/2] Ibs. Armour's Oats ____uu_?? .30 6 pkgs. Arm and Hammer Soda______ .25
i
(hotel during a' verdict of "not guilty" as to 4 cans Baby Pet Milk _____,___-_--'__ 25 No. 2 Can Lima Beans ___________._ ,10
again at the James Hall, the defendant on trial.
: evening. Mrs. Robert Bertling, alias J, A. Miers 3 cans Tall Hebe ___L uuuuu__ .35 No. I Can Pork and Beans u__._____ .10
investigation was then brought into court to receive 3 cans No. I Tomatoes _____________ .25 !J/j-Ib can Royal Cocoa _____uu__ .20
l local Red Cross >his sentence. The court sentenced 2 cans.No. 2 Tomatoes _____uuuu .25 FRIDAY SPECIAL
; custom, includ- him to four years at hard labor No. 2 Auburn Corn __uu________2 i 1.15" '
and the nature in the state prison. No. 2 Alps Peas _____,:_u__________ .15 We will jive free a 25c W. S. S. with every
t'i'<< s.'s well<< as the
; they; are No. I Early June Peas __?__.________ .10 $5.00 purchase
: of the Kissimmee PRISONERS CAPTURED HERE

I and she pro- ESCAPE AGAIN IN ORLANDO

." of She this highly so It will not hurt our' feelings to refuse credit on these

charge of the de i Three prisoners escaped from the
Mrs. Cluis I county jail last night but were recaptured prices. Don't let it hurt any one.Taylor's .
of 'auxiliaries j by Sheriff Gordon this after-
I who could !I noon near Tildenville, where they
I of the Kis were hiding in a ditch. Two of these,
could be Sanford Hume and John R, -Holme, Cash Sale
1 and lodges of or-1 were of the trio who escaped; on
\, in the March 30, and were captured near
work. This sug I Kissimmee'!!, the following night con-
carried out here. j fessed to beingdeserters from Camp '
r Gordon. In addition to local charges Friday 10th-Saturday, 18th. ,
department 1 against them; and one, Paul T. Hunan
1,800 cotton I was subsequently claimed by the
will furnish the military authorities..
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pads will be 'used Through unknown ream a saw ----- ---------- - --- -;--- ---,-
; and for hospital was obtained. A section of plumbing are many men and women of mentis car to Lake Tohopekaliga and fills and as many as four,on some of them.
'C /'" ''I'', < pipe was cut and the escape was made in your city'who have no sons to give the. trailer with 'the water hyacinths The Kentucky Wonder Beans have
a f \ u : pads"\f;,''alone'.will: .' from'the cell to the corridor. There to Uncle Sam and who ate anxiousto which grow i in such profusion all reached the top of a ten foot fence
; ,its canto' ,readily two\window J bars li'vere, cut, and by a ,do,their bit. These citizens can along its border. These ore taken to and are still climbing. Looking to-
, of'.Kissimmee/' as ropes j'or?blanket,? strips. they 'reachedthe render' an' invaluable service by send his place' and thrown into the chicken ward a season when Kentucky Won--
y; its women have ground from the second story. ing Smileage to'orphan soldiers. Plan yard to first serve the purpose of ders will not flourish Mrs. Cotterman'
going out' through the Elks clubhouse to send a, certain number of Smile- furnishing green feed for the, poultry. canned fifteen quarts of beans from
department age Books each month to these boys. When the last vestige of green is one picking recently.The .
for the con- Telegrams were sent all Florida Let them know you are behind them. eaten the roots are piled into an open high cost of, living is not the
wear under the sheriffs, and the close search instiga\- The regimental chaplains will gladly box and used to enrichen the ground only or the most urgent reason why
are needed ed resulted in their speedy return. undertake this distribution, and the for the garden whenever fertilizer is every household as far as practical
allotment of this churches of your city will, help you needed. should grow such a garden as Mr.
,to locate the men and women neces- Vegetation surely thrives on this Cotterman has at his Mabbetto street
DO YOU KNOW sary for carying out your plan. You feed and the first planting of corn home, but every such garden releases
which serve as "The second draft is being called. should build up a regular Smileage stands high above a man's head and a large amount of food which is like-
Red Cross have Every boy from your town who joins clientele among those who purchasea shows two fine ears on every stalk, ly to be needed elsewhere.
: : the hall in the the colors at this time must leave definite amount of Smileage each
: the side for the old town with a smile on his face month.
change will and a Smileage Book in his pocket. POLITUAL
much more com- Everything must be done to make his "We know you will be interested as i ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR 'i I
I summer season. departure a happy one. When he arrives we were in reading the following extract -,
at camp and night settles down from the letter of a well known
I I : after a' hard doy's drill he should editor. We take pleasure in submit- MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
have mental relaxation. The Liberty ting it to you. '
j becomes clogged Theater offers this. If he has a hereby announce myself a candi hereby anounce myself a candidate -,11
and a Smileage Book in his pocket a pleas- "Before the day of 'Smilenge' a date for re-election as member of the for County Commissioner from
) is likely to ant evening is assured. It j is the pa- soldier in camp had no' place tedious'to turn Board of Public Instruction from District District No. 1, and respectfully solicit
of Chamberlain's triotic duty of the folks back hometo for amusement, that after his which day'swork No. 2, and solicit the support of the support of the voters of that district -
you quick relief. see he has a Smileage Book. As -except amusement the voters in the approaching pri F. II. TYNER.
could be devised by his ingenuity.
own -
\ movement of the Smileage director, it, is your duty to There were no theaters in camps mary. W. R. LANIER;
and strength see that this becomes a fact. and restricted to FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF
will be surpris being camp groundshe
PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONAt
I could hot seek outside pleasures.This FOR REPRESENTATIVEI
how much better "Among our soldiers there is a
I day or two after large and important element who are confinement naturally dissatisfied hereby announce :myself a candia the solicitation of many friends
him and the fact of being I have decided to offer services
I without friends and relatives. There very date for Representative in the Leg my
t dissatisfied!! ,. made_ him i a. harder soldier ! islature from Osceola County, sub- again to the voters of Osceola countyas
to control. That, old saying ''all ject to the action of the Democratic a member of the Board of Public
work and no play' could never be primary. FRED M. BASF Instruction. I fully appreciate the
made :more applicable to a eituation. kind words of commendation and offers -
When he went on his furlough he FORCOUNTY COMMISSIONERI of support from my friends and
mentioned the loneliness and solitude. should I be re-nominated and elected,
j His folks noticed his depression. hereby announce myself a can- will give the office the same pains
II Steps were taken to cheer trim, ideas didate for re-election as a member of taking care in the future that Ihave
and then the big idea the Board of County Commissionersfrom in the .
given came past. W. C. BASS.
I now being pushed by you'SmiJeage'a District No. 2, and 'will appre-
Your Check Is Your Card world of pleasure is suggested in district.ciate the support of ERNEST the voters MACH.of that' FOR REPRESENTATIVETo
the very name. Everything; is chang the White Democratic Voters of
ed-mirth substituted for sorrow- Osceola County:
ambition for despondency and last FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI I
hereby anounce myself as a can-
but not" least enthusiasm for am a candidate for County Com- didate for election as tihe member of
I Knocks' missioner ,from District No.3, sub- the House of Representatives from
If you trade at a store and pay cash the owner of the store may Over tho top and the best of luck ject to the action of the Democratic Osceola county. subjct to the will of
to the Kissimmee Smileage commit primary. the Democratic voterS in the primary .
never hear of you; your check, on the ',other hand, introduces you to tee. JOHN PARTIN election to, be held June 4th.
I thoroughly appreciate the honorof
him and is a much more convenient way of paying for purchases. serving member of the Florida
r "An urgent call is extended to all FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI as a 1
L farmers to increas production, and hereby annGunce.that I will be a Legislature during the last two sessions -
A Have.a bank account with this institution and you' will always' to housewives to avoid: all wast>> of candidate for County Commissioner and realize that the knowledgeand
-W experience thus acquired will enable -
food. from District No.1, and will appreciate -
+ know at a glance the condition and amount of funds in hand. the suport of t.e: voters in that me to give Better rorvice' anothr

1 L 's At t A bank account pay handsomely in numerous different ways MR. COTTERMAN GROWS' district. E. L. D. OVERSTREET.FOR term.I respectfully refer to my record"
FINE GARDEN OH CITY LOT during the last two. sessions of "be
-e 4 I' Call on us and further information will, be gladly gi"" Legislature.,
lee A. Cotterman is "doing his bit"alongg STATE AUDITOR As ,the next two months will be' "'
the line of increased food production Served as City Councilman two very btiSy ones with me I may not be
and has converted the rear of years; Tax Assessor of Polk Co. 8 able to see all of,the voters personally "
his) lot into a veritable farm by following years; Pure Food Inspector three ,?'but your support : intensive' farming; and using: years; Asst. Postmaster Bartow two primary will be highly appreciated, 'k ,
41 TMSUIirniCtKI WS.S. every inch with a succession of crops. years. With these experiences I feelI and if nominated and elected I shall
Citizens Bank Corn, potatoes, tomatoes and beans. am competent to handle the work work" diligently and faithfully to i.hel|
Everything looks flourishing and .the incumbent upon a State Auditor.I very best of my ability in the serviceof
as most Interesting'feature of this gar will appreciate your' support and the people of Osceola county, and
UNITED $STATE den is''the way Mr. Cotterman utilizes vote at the Democratic Primary in the state, of Florida.' '
OF KISSIMMEE COVEXHMCMT .- one of Florida's'' natural products to June. J. H. LANCASTER Very,respectfully, -
t grow these vegetables. He runs hit 'Baxtow, Florida. t.'L.l.J'; ; 'N. .C. BRYAN.
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The fallowing orrespondence between the KisBimmee Woman's Club .. S By WILL PAYNELast I

I Jand Dr.. T. M. River is I.self-explanatory. and gives our city fathers some '
ATTACK ON THE summer the public subscribed thing?" The government replied: "We I trlcta, Including care of five thousand
excellent suggestions as to the best way to conserve the good health o/ our a hundred million dollars'to the Red must get condensed milk for the little families and sufficient reconstruction

dty: Cross. At the latest statement over children here." The commission got i i to make house. habitable, required '

Klsiiimmee, Fin.; May' 7, 1918. covered each 'day ''with) chlorinated, CATTLE TICKS eighty-five millions of .It bad been ap the milk. At one spot In France farm over two millions. '
Ir T. M. Rivers, Kissimmee, Fla. lime'or unslaked lime to prevent the I propriated. S work: was stopped by lack:' of horses. I S

Dear Dr.. Rivers: v breeding of flies: When a case of _. Where has It cone I :you ask. For That meant more hunger The Red Misery on an Unparalleled. Scale.
Far some, time:the attention of the typhoid fever or dysentary or other many months the world has been Cross got In a big tractor" and set It These are all large Items; but the
sanitary condition of Kissimmeo lias infectious disease appears in' any Washington, D. C.. May 8.-With
pending a hundred. million dollar to plowing for the community.There Red "
Cross
over. Is grappling with human
been before the public and lately place the place should be screened of
the first warm days spring 1,250. .
a day for the destruction of life are a million needs. Cold, misery on an unparalleled scale-* S
much has been brought before immediately and all adjacent -
pressure
premises 000 cattle in 275 counties jn the South limb and of Call wet and strain of
the Woman's Club with the request should be rendered scrupulously mean subsistence. the deadly physical world 'of It. The Item for relief of the
that we as an organization, clean and sanitary. have begun their fortnightly marchto up what you have read about the wars the trenches undermine men' consti i blind amounts to four hundred.thou-
working solely for the uplift, patriot Malaria, yellow fever and dengueare the dipping vats. This is the first devastation. The American Red Cross tutions. A- frightful scourge of tuber- sand dollars. The: dispensary service .'
ism and the betterm nt..of our community the three dreaded, diseases trans- action in this year's effort to free enormous job ts to do-whatever' It can culosis has developed In France. The sends supplies to more than thirty-four .

urge a careful survey, of con. mitted by mosquitoes. These are the 100,000 more square' miles of, southern ,- to alleviate that -not after the war, Red Cross has built sanatoria pro- hundred hospitals. The Red Cross receives -
ditions, both as unhealthy ditched, diseases that sneak iin when least not after governments have deliberated Tided over a thousand beds and nurs s. and distributes more than two
the city water tank, unsightly lots expected and their carriers should territory from cattle tick and and resolved : but right now, at o hundred tons of supplies dally. at Parts.
Thirty Millions for France.
and thoroughfares, and the myriads "not be allowed to breed .in the city. costly tick ,Cever.Twenty.three' the minute, on the spot. It's amazingthat For this distribution and its other
of mosquitoes that are prevalent .allover Until this spring it was' almost unknown -' thousand dipping vats It has don so much with so little I have here a big sheaf of sheets work It requires'a big transportation
the city. for a case of malaria to. develop are actively in operation. and these money. filled with figures One Item Is thirteen service of. motors and trucks. Thlatransportation
We would appreciate the favor to 0 in Kissimmee. This year there vats if placed end to end would meas- Last autumn the Italian army fell million and odd dollars-the amount service has cost a million
us as an organization if you will kind. are an unusually large number of ure 100 miles of croncrete trenches back precipitately. On your war map which, up to that time, had gone to the and a half and Its operating expenses -
ly give your opinion from a physician -I mosquitoes and a few cases of malaria , erected to oppose the costly army of I that meant rubbing out one line and local chapters of the Red Cross In the run to a million dollars.
'* standpoint as to the situation i ''have already appeared. If( the the cattle-tick. In charge: ot the vats I drawing another half an Inch further I United States for local relief. Twentyfive dollar
Every It spends mean. misery
here with the .hope that the healthof 0 mosquitoes continu" to infest cityas 285
our are inspectors of the UnitedStates I south. Over there In Italy It meant per cent of the money subscribed
alleviated. Its abroadfor
work Is building
the children and the they will have serious -
community now are we a Department of Agriculture, I through 'chapters eventually
thousands of families from goes
poor fleeing the United States the best will
good
al large may be considered and remedial epidemic of malaria before the 280 State inspectors and 1,000 county that *
agencies applied, so that KisS summer is past. A few dollars well : inspectors all working in co-opera their homes. Major Murphy, Red I way.Over In this world. It Is building the best
S nimmee may be looked up and proven spent in draining and oiling pool of tion. The real results, however aie Cross Commissioner In Europe, rushed thirty minions have been appropriated good will among ourselves. Whatever
? to be 'n town of health, as well as I stagnant) water maw prevent //some achieved through the patriot. determination to the scene and wired : "Indescribably for work In France. HereIs else the war may produce we shall! be
l'eauty and clennlinesn. deaths and much suffering from ma- of the thousands Um] : pathetic conditions exist. Involving a million and a quarter--In round proud of our'Red Cross.
Respectfully yours, laria. Not only should all pools of thousands of cattle owners who willingly separation of mothers and children, numbers-for military hospitals and
The Kissimmee Woman's Club. stagnant water bo obliterated. Hut I are driving ,their ceHle throughthe cold. hunger disease death." In November dispensaries : over a million and a half
all weeds and high grass should be dipping vats each fortnight. They and December the AmericanRed for canteen service, where French and * * * * * * * * *.* *

Kissimmee Fla.: May 7, 1918./ cut and removed as fast as it grows hove come to ivil.'i how rreac is the Cross appropriated three million American soldiers, relieved from the .
The Woman'n Club, Kissimmee, Fla. so tihat the shade which harbors the tul they ha.re bees, made u> c.It\' ''o dollars for relief there-a large sum, trenches, can get good food a cot a I want fo toy la you thai *
Ladies: Replying to your communication mosquitoes may be reduced to the tick and are particularly envious to o :yet small In comparison with the need. bath, and have their clothes disinfected MO other oralll.a'C0t6.w. *
of this date I beg to Bay minimum. . get rid of this mcat-wmtiri, j.i.ruiiite -and so go on for their brief holiday the world began hat ever Itit -
that there is much that can be doneto One other matter of sanitation this yt!&'*'' when meat i ij H-J ..'..ip.ntauta Condensed Milk for. Chlld..enlSoldiers clean, rested nourished. There are e* done inch great constructive
improve the health conditions of might be mentioned. There are a few war foi.'l. are only a part of .the Red over three millions for hospital supply work with the efficiency, tit- S
Kissimmee. While we have ono of worthless rats and dogs roaming the To Get the Ticks as They Emerge Cross' work-probably the smaller service ; half a million for rest stations patch and undertanding, if
the healthiest cities known there are streets. These sick and half-starved From the Cira 8. I part. Every Instant somewhere In the, for American troops. often under advene eircumttancei :
cases of sickness occurring frequent animals are lodging places for flies With warm weather the tiny tick j '
I vast flood of destruction a hand Aid of refugees-eleven thou.aodfaml11es that hat been tone *
'ly which might be and and other insects which transmit dis-, laid
last fall in
prevented the hatch
any grass out '
''' reaches up In appeal. It Is pretty apt -=accounts for nearly three "1'A" American Red Cron it
preventable sickness is criminal on''ease and should be destroyed as and the ticks I
a baby get on the cattle to j '
' to be a child's hand or a woman's.When .: million dollars; care and prevention of .
the part of somebody. I I common nuisance. Buzzards likewise suck blood and to give' them deadly!1I dnFraftce.General
the Red Cross commission tuberculosis takes over two millions ; Per.l,,.,. '
Some become infected
years ago we had about a with the diseases! of tick fever. These ticks if left alive :
hundred cases of typhoid fever in 'animals which they devour and carry I long enough to mature and lay eggs i reached Petrograd It asked the government care of helpless children over a million *' H'

Kissimmee every year. We put in this infection many miles to be trans !multiply! prodigiously.: ,The dipping! I "What Is the moat urgent_ __ . _;.relief. . . .work. 00..00.In six.devastated U U U 0 dls-1-. . . . . . . . ..
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our sanitary sewer system and reduc. mitted to other animals and some- : in tne vat each fortnight catches
ed this sickness to minimum.. This times to human beings. these newly hatched ticks before they ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET
miAimum could be wiped out completely A few well regulated sanitary 'have gotten to.the egg laying stage. ; CANDIDATES QUALIFIED :
by destroying the flies which measures discreetly carried out would After a few months -dipping there SPECIAL REPORT S I
'carry the disease and by making cv- almost'rid our city of these nuisancesand are no more live ticks to lay eggs FOR COMING ELECTION
'I ery place in the city as sanitary aa prevent much" suffering. If you and no more eggs left to hatch out TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle 5500, ''
;Jt. should be. No horse, Cow nor pig are able to prevail upon those in authority in the grass. Cows and steers instead Hogs 15,000 Sheep 800. -- ,

hould be kept within a mile'of the to take, steps in that direction of turning a large part of the CATTLE: The fat steer markat TALLAHASSEE .May 6.-(Special. representatives Fourth' congressional
l limits in stalls you will have feed tHey eat into ticks 1 .
citr.l except or pensbUilt accomplished much turn all of it .
;has hown strength this week in ) -The following is a. completelist district.
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and kept 'Under the direction of good for fair into milk and'meat.By .
our city. .
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of the 'candidates who have .W. J. Crosby for state. senator from
further advance of 25c cwt. qualified ; .
the State Board of Ucalth. AH places Yours very truly December 1 it Is hoped that 125 per put
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( before the secretary of.;ntate, II. Twentieth district, ,;;,,'J (, 9 S
where slops are thrown out, should be S ;,T.M.RlVERS.1.i: } additionalcounties: in tbe, South will ; tinga\ new, high basiap&t the market ? ; }
-------------- . . . . . ) S ; Clay;Crawford, as! 'per the records of N, A, Butch,. for\,.railroad'commis' 1
be i freed from this: i ;'w-ith P ;
i pest& At the1I'atetick' thiay'car (tr p" f his(is k office,' which/'was<' compiled late sioner. .,j';: \;Y '';. '''J.i.r1Jilt J'i'--as' tstf SSSHi.., '
R :S NSWPX'SSED B of the eradication department1"Is'nowr believe!going" that officials.in $i7.3Ojjr cwt ,tOdfyi Stockers 1' nd Saturday lernoon.Wffi 1I?Mr.,)Crawford ':5''J.i Walter!Kehoc,'f" I 1921 the South will be feeders and butcher cattle, mixed stated that May 5 was the last day ;representatives, "ThirdF" congressional '
free of cattle ticks and will practically have stuff and canners generally steady. for the candidates to qualify but that district.
W. C. T. U. CONVENTION into its come QUOTATIONS: Beef steers $10.25to "as the 5th fell on Sunday Saturday Edgar C. Thompson, for state's at-
own as a cattle-raising
,'tion. sec' $15.75; stockers and feeders $9 to the 4t.h. was the last day for candi- torney, Fifteenth district.R. .
-- I $11; beef cows $9.50 to $11.50; can- dates to. qualify and file their oaths. Hudson Burr, for railroad com
Whereas, our country is in war in our power to educate the colored WILBUR M'COY-DEAD- neri and cutters $7.25 to $8.50; year The list follows, in the order of their missioner. .

and there are many unusual things people in all rivic duties especially lings $8 to $10; heretics $9 to $11; file: A. D. Penny, for state's. attorney,
being required of us, and ,along the lines of right living and 'Wilbur McCoy, 68 years of age died veals $10 to $13; bulls $8.50 to $10.50: John C. Gramling, candidate for Eleventh judicial circuit.
state's Eleventh judicial Fred L Stringer for state's attor-
temperance. HOGS.: While slightly variable attorney. ,
Whereas it is needful for yesterday morning at 5 'o'clock at his Fifth .
everyone circuit. > judicial circuit..
Resolved that ney
we endeavor to increase during the past >week, the trade has
: to; stand by our government at this the unions in the 'county by home, 347 West Seventh street, aftera held generally steady compared witha George/' W. Schofield, state's attorney J. C. Brown for state tax commissioner -

time be it therefore a united effort of the two unions, St. lingering illness. Surviving him week ago today, the top being Fifth judicial circuit. group No. 1. _ _
Resolved, that the W. C. T. U. of Cloud and Kissimmee. are his wife and, two daughters. Miss $17.90 on both days. Light hogs continue R. H. Buford, for supreme court Herbert L. Anderson for nomina- _ _
Osceola county give loyal support to S Resolved, that as a convention of Arline McCoy of this city, and Miss in best demand and sell at top justice.E. tion to Republican National Executive _
whatever the nation may call uponus Christian women, we do our utmost Ethel McCoy 'of Bristol, Tenn. prices/ Today's quotations: Good to 13. Donnell, for circuit judge, Committee. ,
to' lo. jto secure compulsory education for The body accompanied by relatives choice hogs 160 to 210 lbs. $17.65 to Fifteenth judicial circuit. A. D. McNeil, for state's attorney.,
Whereas the hour has come when; Osceola county will be forwarded to Cleveland ,O., $17.90; 220 to 260 Ibs. $17.25 to Cade E. Shackleford for state tax Fourth Judicial circuit. _ _
the W. C. T. U. women of Florida Resolved that we extend to Mr. tonight at 8:40: o'clock where the interment $17.50j extreme heavy hogs $17 to commissioner. J. A. Timberlake, for state's attorney -
,may realize the consummation, of M.\ S. May our appreciation for his will take place. Funeral ser $17.25; pigs $10 to ,$17.50; roughs HarryL. Bethel for state commis Tenth judicial circuit. S
their years of temperance agitation, 'patriotic' zeal in his correspondence vices will be held at the residence this $15.75. sioner. D. O. Rogers, for state's attorney
S be it therefore {with retail druggists throughout the afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. J. B. Mitchell SHEEP: Weakness has developedin J. Will Yon, for'state auditor. Tenth judicial circuit.
'p. Resolved: that we give our effortsin country relative to German drugs pastor of the First Methodist this department this week. Lambsare C, H. B. Floyd, for state's .ttorn,y. Charles E. Davis, for congress
every way possible to influence and chemicals, the result of which church. South, conducting the same. 75c to $1.00 lower and sheep 25c Fifteenth judicial circuit.J. Second congressional district.
voters to secure the ratification of ,correspondence having conveyed to us The arrangements are in charge. i to 50c lower than a week ago. Wool H. Lancaster, for state auditor, Thomas F. West, for justice of the :
the national prohibition amendment i valuable information; be it also Moulton & Ky.Je.-Times-Union. lambs $15 to $20; clipped lambs P. 3. Brown, for state tax commis supreme court.S. .
5'' to the federal constitution. Resolved that we endorse the res'olutjons Mr. McCoy was for years connectedwith I $16.50 to $17; wool sheep $15.50 to sioner. S W. Lawlerjr., state's 'attorney
Whereas Floridajhas, a cigarette law' passed by Kissimmee Wom the A. C. L. Ry. as Industrial i $16; canners and choppers $8.50 to Ion L. Farris for member ;house of I Tenth judicial circuit. '
which fully covers the protection of an's Club as. to German made pro Agent, and his duties frequently ''I $13; bucks $13 to $14; fat goats and renresentatives. Fourth coneressional- Cromwell Gibbons.- for attorney- _
minors andWhereas ducts. brought him to Klssimmee where he kids $10 to $15; stocker goats $6.50 district. I general.
we as white ribboners i I Resolved that. we appreciate the was well known and popular In his to $7.1>0. A. V. Longstate for state's attorney Van C. Swearingen, for attorney- _ _
especially. know the harmful,' deteriorating royal way in which. the Kissimmee death this section of Florida loses a I NATIONAL LIVE STOCKCOMMISSION Eighth judicial circuit.W. general.
S effect of the cigarette habit, (I union has entertained the district good friend., 5- CO. T. Cash, for state senator Charles P. Howell for state senator -

belt I I convention; from. the greeting at the .. Twelfth... senatorial 0 district.0 Twentieth senatorial district.
Resolved; that we in body assembled -' station the bountiful delicious dinner n .n- C. T. Culpepper, for tate senator C. D. Robertson, for member exe- _
pledge ourselves to do everything 'I the hospitality given us by the Plan Garden Now Twelfth senatorial district.W. I cutive committee, Third congressional
in our power to enforce the act of Presbyterian people in the use of 'Your\fai M. Holloway, for state tuc com district. _ _
legislature of May 22, 1907. I their church and shady lawn; the day Time and missioner. J. II. Smithwick, for member 'exe-
.5 Whereas, our colored people are has been replete with kindness and Save Money *t Frank Clark for member house of cutive 'committee, Third congressional
American citizens with male voters o generosity, to its close. representatives, second congressional district. S
andS i Committee on Resolutions' district. In addition to the above the secretary S
Whereas, :we need every dry vote, II: Celeste J. Fripp William H. Malone, for state senator of state has received the follow-
be it Sarah Matthews Twenty-fourth district.J. ing telegram from lion. John S.
Resolved that we make every effort Phoebe B. WhitfieldA. supreme court Beard, of Pensacola:
_. .._ . _._ _._ __ Depew. I "Wire West
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I&44; Herbert H. Drane, for member ford. Will wire filing fee and mail
CHARLIE MOON IS MAKING training at Kelly- Field near San $ house of representatives, First con- sworn statement today. Did com-

GOOD IN AVIATION SERVICE Antonio, and was commissionedthere. gresional district.W. mitte make assessment? Answer' t
-By virtue of his daring and J. Sears. for. .member. house of quick! collect." 4-
Usually an aviator leaves nothing ability in handling a plane, he was .od. ,, .
, except destruction in his wake when appointed instructor at Scott Field.
he bombards a city. But 'Lieutenant Since reporting there, he hos'Usted t tit, MASSENGALE THANKS GAZETTE on the first loan was wonderful; on

Charley moon, of Atlanta, flew over out the last models of the Liberty '; \ .ii ; FOR SERVICE RENDERED the third second loan Joan more so, .and on the
perfectly marvelous
planes and is regarded of the <
as one
Louis several
St. dropped hundred ,, '
; The able assistance rendered
pounds of material) and aided the best flyers in the service. Atlanta, May 3, 1918. your
Before he entered the' service Lieu- hs local Liberty Loan committee by you
United States in his drive on Ger- The Kissimmee Valley "Gazette Kis
tenant Moon was a practicing attorney was largely responsible we believe
The materials that
many. were simmee Fla. for the great total of sales rolled
here, being a graduate of the up
thrown upon St. Louis happily were Dear Sirs: The Third Liberty in the counties in It
University of Florida. He is a brother your territory.
miniture liberty bells and boomed
of Curry Moon, of- the AmericanCan Loan is nearing a close. From off is a pleasure to me to acknowledge,
the Third Liberty Loan. The St.. cial and unofficial reports obtainableit on behalf of the government the debt
Louis district has pversubscribed its Company, of Atlanta.-Atlanta I "W 4' W' 5S + -ur tasI'
Georgian. is evident that the Sixth Federal of gratitude to you and to extend our
quoin, it might be added. : -fl Reserve District has again gone "over I I sincere thanks for this noble and patriotic
S Lieutenant Moon gave the thousands the top"-this time with a larger total work on your part..
Summer
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of onlookers a series of thrills refrigerator HB.PhCRf/M fXP.rJRTJao DroCK
and more individual subscriptions With very best wishes for, your
with'tail-spins, nose-dives, Immel- ,. and a firelesa'cookerl will than in either of the prevolus cam continued success '-and prosperity,' I
man turns and other aerial maneu- help in every'home. If your vers. Perhaps the onexstunt that was is not already equipped with these than ner'befo.... Patriotism prompted, 2,000,000 Americans be in ..hand until after midnight Saturday ST. ELMO MASSENGALE,
commented upon most by the press sensible- to plant gardens last year according: to ."Ulll tea of the and we feel confident our fond- Director ofPublicity.'OSTEOPATHY .
was that of flying upside down for devices saving money, WOT' United States Department of Agriculture. Transportation est hopes will be'more than realized. _
n half-mile. ry and 'care t9 the housewife, Writeto I facilities of the nation will be atralned this year hauling munitions The great success of the loan could
etarted from Scott Field Miss Agnes Ellen Harris Florida I Dr. DeWitt who formerly
The flight of war and fOdda for the Allies. The surplus food created not have been achieved without the Lightsey,
at EHngton. 111., where Lieutenant College for Women, Tallahassee, and by home gardens will help In the railroad problem. And unrestricted support ,of the newspapers visited Kissimmee, has requested
Moon is second In'command. He get details. nation in this 'district.: In presenting Dr. Howell to announce that be will
the will
eat less of th.
.:.crossed the Mississippi River ,and goods we must export-wbat, strong editorials in.the, handling of be unable to resume Us plaits' and I
flew all over. !st! .' Louis.c Seeds like a soft bed. This means zneat, fats and'sugar.. Every boy and girt that helps with the news matter rand in; placing kttaplajr. suggests that those.wishing: the services
c Lieutenant Moon was one of the that the soil should be cultivated before garden la helping win the war. Leaflets ofl!'Instruction In advertising.- our newspapers.surpass. of an osteopath call on Dr.. j.
flrst to enter the ground echool at the eeed -planted., Advance ; ,garden making\ may be' secured: from the Department of Agriculture at Wasn- ed the *.onderful,records: 'or the first Howell at:his office,' 3 N. Orange) ..

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thereof a. will ba necessary. to pay th.. amount duo for taxes apt opposhato , ... .. '. to. :! .. ..
( the eame. together. with the cost of such ante and adv'erllsing. will b. sold w h ,0.S t 4m 4oi I u, "" 0.
\ lit Public, Auction on thfl third day or Junc. A. 1,1. ills, tn ,front of the CourtHouse :

\ door at Kj..lmme", County t All W of P Road _u-_..___ ._______ 6 28 at 381 Klsximmee Cat- Lot Q __.. un_ .--- :._.__ .10 2G U I J H ---- .UI
: tie Co. _ U.6 7 .0 t T ______?__ ,___:7'u______ _________ 10 25 29 5 Krnlon L 11I1.1111
.
I v.: All W. of I' Hoad _____-__________..__ 'I 218 31 118 KI.llaimmee -Cat--- E I4 of Wtj, ot HWI4! __--- ...___. .. 11 25 29 20 Johnston. J M 168
I "" 444! tie Co 47.12 tttj, ot W'"' ot NW % of SW% __._ ___ 11 2Ii 29 iii yarasworth
1'it d M _________ 1..4
pLESCRIi'TION T
: :;: All W ot P' Hoad' ________,_.__.?.__ .., 8 28 al aoo Klselmmee Cat- .
I t OJ" LAND! .g t d OWNJm p a e tie Co. __.___ 11.11i Beg 440 ft. N of RW cor of SWt4 iun W .

... t Pia< All 1V' 01 I' Road __._____ ________ __ 17 28 31 '1122 KI..lmmee Cat- N 440 ft. E 190 ft. A 440 ft. W 1190 ft II 25 29 10 Young, f' P.-__- 1:61.37
-- R _
$ c
e'' v . _______16.0t W.% of 81':14 "or' HWI4 .____?______ II 25 29 20 Barnes. ;
I I v "'a: t4 a; .-.:w c< xNW'4 __-_--_.______..___._..._...:__._____ 182M 11 724 Tanin.. A E _' 47.41 NWI4 or 8E% ot NE4 .___u________ 12 25 29 10 Carlton, D F -- 1.11
AIL.-----t-----7-..______, 19 IN 31 123 14aslmmee Cat. Uh<''llv. % Int. In NW44 of NF:1t, and
f'' tie Co __.__. 47.79 NW% and Sys of SEI'} and NEI4 or '
: ot NN\4\ nod N'4 .t NW'4 Iona. All _n__ :: .,,___.-.-______-: ..___ 20 28 31641 1)oncgan A E 43.46 8W14 _________ ___. 13 .IS 29 '60 McCoy Land C o. t2Undiv.
1 lauds deeded to ,Ms I' I. I-Ilm.nonli. f'.I'\'ln. ._ H.fJlI -\11. >V __._____ 22 24 :14 110 Vialt '
;r and I sera 'Ir. .In N\.ror. _.,.I anQ 8% of SE\4\ and NF4! of
tie Co. _____ 41.76 N'Y'4 J E
: Andrews.
14 tj'of, I-\I-H. of NI'\4: \ or NR'14 s.41 _'14F..cur.__ :36 5 29 21:1f 34 39 5 liranvlllo Unknown. W__11._8 1i.411 1.12 AIl--------------- __ .___.___ .. .._i:._ 22 218 11 640 Donegan A E _; 11.71 81V" 14 -_____,,_._____.____._.____.. 13 iii 28 160 trustee _____.. ,2'.41
'W\4 of Nldli 1 less 70 f'ds In h' \\' 'if "r :01\\4 alll Ktj, and all N' of 1'" __ ._
NI '4 or I-IW'4 __ .. .- ,__- ,-., ,-"--- 5 211 Jl4 40 "known __ .___. Ii.4 IINWI4' hood. CJr :01'% of : Undlv. % Int. In NI'% of NI'It u. 18 2S20 20 Unknown J. 389Undiv.
.
"t' K\14 .___. ______. ---u.-, Ii 29 34 40 111"1.1.,11 A 81987i Nl.4p-------------y. 27. U 31 438 KI..lmm..e Cat- tj, Int. In' N":140: of NEI40 ? 18 25 29 2U Donegan. A F.:_ I."

i ; NIt % or $E4 _. ___ __ :..._-'.--"-----U '1u '30 34 \ielmrmott: Mrs. All------------------------------------ tie Co A__-r a1.93 8\Y\4\ of NI'I4 __J___________. -----a-- 13 25 2' ,40 Iunegnn A 10__ 6.94
J 11 A :_ fo.26I 28 28 3t 640 Donegan. E 43.46 8WIs of NWI4 or NK14 ____ .;;.._____ 14 25 29 10 Ionegan Miss 10 107HEI4
- - AII\.:_____ ___
________,.. .
/ 640 Cat- _
-- 2' IN 31, KII..lmm..e 10 I'rke. J T 2,87NVI4
or NW" of 1o11i4: : ___ ___-_ ,._ 14 25 29 u.
_._ __ 24 30 34 40" Orl.IOeo..._ Ii.flll -- "
.. /
.
of HIt _____ 4S.76
2E4 -- tie Co. Johnson, II W_, 1,07Hli:14
n.h. . . _ . 23 211 10
ot of __ 14'
I ____ I 31 3f 40 Unknown __ .. . 1i.11! NI'\4\ 81014 .
__ __ ,_ A11------------------------------------ 3024
Lot 4 SI 124 A E 49.17
-- --- -- ? '- Donegan 40 Saunders. 1L.. 8.1i4SW"
__ .____ 2 31 34 HM Cheesmnn M V ff.4M All.f---, : or N\V.._ __ _ _ .._..__ __ __ ___.__. 14 'S 2'11
\ lot'2r or NBI.4 .n.nn" 31'. 2N 31 721i KI..lmmeo. Cat- ___ _ ___ .. _. 29 40 Johnston; John
\ Lot __ ._ 2 31 a4 160, Nall. I"' 11 _. _._ 1n.15 .of 8104 - -- - 114 25
lot 1 of NI': ... II I of'JW ,. : tie Co. _u__.. 411.47 Io.t. ._ ___ ____ 16'93S
1 lints 4 and Ii __. _____...., '..____...._ 12 31 '34 IGO Moors. M. L._ _.In.15 All fxecpt. N\\" 4 ofSEi4 ____u___'..__ 32 n' 31 1i9G n..n..an. A' E__ 4S.46 10 DoneganA 107.. 8,52.Mtj .
I 1-I1 14 ofNI'I4' NI-:% or IH:% -_:. ___ 23 31 34 440 Munr'. It t: _ 7.440 All._.___. _____.__...---------u--______ 33 28 31 641 K'.lmmee' . CAt. % of t'4 ot NW\4\ of RW\\ "4 -. -_-____ 14 25 29 G 1.'nk.lCJwn 1.47 't"U"K.
NEI4 of N4 'or 14\\ 14 25 29 -- ---
t 11' t N"% or NI:14 .-------. 23 31 34 1(0( lIl,1i51 It t i.-. ._ 1 440I tie C'I '_. u. 43.76 -
I N'.. of Lots 2 and It I -r--------- 24 31 34 440 Olb";, It 10 __ __ 1.440 Atl....:_---------------------------------4. .!I 2K S1 638' n..negan, A E__ 64.86 [ 'IE' "or. or SElla or NI-J\4\ run N "
'f I IH"% of 1..11f a" 3 and N."., 0' Lot.. 4 & 5 24 at 3f )60 M"' ..... hlln. D1. U.15 All W CJf' I' Road. except 8.% of.SEa6\ 28 31 40N KI..lmmee Cat- 1131 tj, ct. W 1I0M.6 tR 195442 ft. I':

( Htj, ot Lot a _ __ __. .___-_____. ___ 21i 31 34 40 0wcas'J Un. 4.13 tie Co: ___'-__ 43.7' 345 ft. N 308 ft. 10 163 rt. N MJ2"% ft. I-J 35 II 11 ton, 1., A.n.O!!
.. NEI4 or NNI4 __._ ._ ._,______._.___'__ 26 31 3f 40 O..n" J Tt .__ 4.11 RtV'y' ot NF.4 and N"or SFP4' 1 26 so 80 Johnson A F 4 12.66 460 fl. tI 4IIJ.K ft F. to hell: ___._,.-, 152'i: 9' 1111I '
_ _________ _____ 27 31 a4 40 Alb.t..l E-__ 4.U NF:'" Rf RE'4 ...ndV'1a or SEI4 and' wE.. All... N.r..Uh'. .f J'.4 oat 1:13:111
,
of NW %
HWI4 -- I.o..kwood. J F. ,314
.n I.ot 1 ___._ ________ ___ _______ ._ __
40 ...____ 3.14 .1"" "' except N... or N\\ I ; _.' -
33
"' \14 or HI-\4\ __ __ _______...._..___ 22 27 lJnpnown) % of 8W141' I81 Itoberts. It ..R4I..t
.
Lot 4 1 ... .__ __._ __. _.' -- -
.
CJt M\V ... ______ 22 ,21 33 n..ul..raonj, IJ E 12.21 also except 30 21i1i John n..n. .
1 "'tj, of N\14 % 1-- .nu jlO C..met..ry'r" --' S 1l1i Johnson, Frye 0 II' .___ .94 '
I 6 I1lk. I ___.____ __ ___ ---- -" .. '. . ,
) 8Et4 or SF:14 less. timber lease to c} Est.--------r 26.57 Lot 7 I1lk. ___..__ ...___. -r 'y .J'n..."... J 1. __ __ .RII
1 .
3S 40 Raulerson n P 3.S4 1'1\\4' .ot N\\ '4 ___________ ______ '; "'
Union Cyrrres ( 0'; "__ __.n.-___ _:_ 22 27 -- .__ 2 21i 30 40 Donegan A lL.. 1.52 --4r--------- "o".k..A. v. ._ .MI
HWI4 or NJoI4 0't NE'4 .... .______-_ 13 29 as 10: Savage. N l1-. 2.13.iYndlvlded S' %, ot N4\ .ofdN1114; of NI'I4 .' 4 IIi 30 110 Donegan. A E.IO.BY Lot 8 731k. t __ __ _.-- .. ___- __ 'l1hH. 14 11._ .M6
.
% Int. In NIV3y; or NW'4 _.. 13 29 33 20 Campbell; A M.: 2.118 M""' orIW'. ;: and l' %nof N1', I.ot 13 Alk t u. -u------. .. -.1 _. __ __
_
Undivided tj Int. In NWI4 of NW',, __ 13 29 U 20 $avalt.", \... 'It. ._ :..118HWI4 of NI:'4 -_._____ ________.________ 4 U. 30 40 Parker, A 101:__, 3t.21 Lot S IUk. 6 _y---------------. _W', .'_ ._ _. __ Wilson' J .J ,86,1t4
.____ __._ 13 29 33 40 Campbell A)1. 6,19NW14 81-1'. ..r I-\WI4\ and .11V of Juggy or, NWof NV4," and $ ofNW4
of NW'4 nu. -- -- _____ __._ _____,._. _____ 21 2P QOu"tu..., A W. ___ 2G.oi
It;
A ::11_ 1i.49 Creek or sw. of SE' -
___ .40 __ 6.86
nf NWI4 __._____. 14 29 33 Campbell -u __ 4 2G 30 76 Donegan 'A E._ '
except 120 I 8tj, of N10ts ot NW\4\ nod. $10'.. ofNtvt
\V% of NWI4 R It IUw and ___ . __ . 25 29 toO l1utt"rnP C__ 11,01tndlv.
: 18
SE 4 ot 34114! and S.. ot NE - n.u. -
ft. ..sq In HW .or, and NIj, of N... of % 'ot SI-%_ 4 n 30 60 Johnston John Walsin, J J.. 9100NE4
NWI4 ot NW* __________ .________ 23 29 U toO Unknown ____00 R.4o o.t.. .___ 1.6S % lilt. In nil exc,'pt Iof $\S'a. 17 25 2' 2k' _-
J J. <<
NW% of Hit 14 'u _:_ __ __n __h____ -__ I 80 33 ,40 Hulll'an.V Ii_: G.n Nf;; or NW'4 __u ________ ____________ 5 26 30 1'0 Matson, J S J.___ 10.U \ or N"J" ".. __ '_ .___. .__. . 18 25 29 411 Watson I'"rr ,' W 3.U 13F.tj
All r.s.o.. or =NFy, __. _ 144 25 29 20 .
NE% of'SIVV _._ nu.u___ 7 30 33 40 I'nnegan Cattle Lands------------h recorded In 37 page 270____ 7 9 21 21i> 30 80 640'nt.on.J to IIleL..an, W J._ __ 65.56 8.1i9 Ntj, of SIW .r NIV'4 ot NI.I4 _ .. .- ... 18' 25 29 ,III $chr.'Ifels, .J--- 2.01
Co. 'G.63 p ?
: V'"r ---------- II", .. 13211 eha W of N. Reg SW cor or $\V\\4 or Nh4 run N '
cor or IQt' 2
II"K. 1&0 n. \ R'F) r0r. or NF0f\ ., 110 .
run H 21.25 .h" .n Ink.. th..n..e )'d. I1116 )'d. SilO )'da. W 166yds.
NW'4 run N 297 n. W 297 ft. 1297 N.i' _ ._... -_ . __ __. _. _. '._ IS 2G 29 3 % 'fI'hr..tt,. J A_ '.27 .<
n. 10 197 ft. ________.______________. iii 30 as _! Row II F ____ a 2.9E3Jrg. ,i' Westerly line along lake to where Se. IJeN' 110--)'d... N and- 156- .- N or 444V'cor ,
hake thence
: '. 210 n. E and 1611 ft. N or R.or.. .nt..rll" 1to beg 'J
ofIIJ% run 1122 yda It 110.
leas lands deeded. 10 25 80 ?
to IIIr. HuilIYlln__ Johnston
of HEI4 of NW'4 run N 117 ft. F7 lliO 2,3 : h- 3.99 yda. W 122 yds., N 110 .. _ __ __ IS .25 2t.' 2'4\ t'"kllo"' : _____ J 11
ft... S t7 ft. W 11i0 ft. ______.____.. 15 30, aa 711ndnl' AfrsItusa Lot 1 __ 11 21i so 03 Johnston Fret. John E% ot E tj, or NI-14 of NtV'y and NIA ,

\V' -------- 2.09lieg I, .----u-n----------------- . 6S or 811'1 or 84'4 and b"KiW cos or 'r
i:
I : NE cor. or HIor N1114 N'4 ot NF'4;: _____.____ ________ 19 25 so 90 Jtob..rao"at.---------. J M. P.8.69 ,' NW .44. or HI-J S4\ run 'N 350 yds, I: 16" ' 7yda.
FI 440 ,, E 122 'd.. N 272yds. u '
297 yd. yds ) 42 Srbrelf.4s. N L. 911F \
I H 350 3'ds. W 160 yds.----------- 141 27 29 .
E 171 'd". N 168 'd". ____._.! JG 30 as Th..m".on Wesby \V.s5 .t W % of NW'4 of 81 % ____._:_ 29 2Ii 30 10 Uartln Uewey. I.n __ .
of _
) -' All I-\.c.\ lying 8 of en. Hoad as It %, F;tj, of Htj, of 8444 or NW.... . U 26 :9 1'y .\'kln..e 1.21ISea. ,
___ _____ 1i.03 now .
00 runs __? ____________ ._.____________ ao, 25 80 300 Stroup F A.-_ as.08 $10 .,.r. orI\\ % flf 14.4 run N. I'1'
IIE% of SI'I4 _________'.____________ 16 30 as 40 :Mcfertnotl. AtrsI All Sec, 31 lying N ot Co road It . 175 yds. \\' 2110 'da. 8 171 yds 12: ,
I ___ __ .6.2 now runs except land owned R"Wm. )'d... ___ U.h________ __... ..__ 18 21129\ 10 u..h"r. I'. ____ 1.U .'
Nor RW14 ______ _____:______.____ 16 90 33 40' It eall.l$' _-"____1i.911 I Barher __..__ !by:._ :.__ 31 25 SO 310 Stroup F A .__ 33.16 U"If. 175 yds. N or I-I I. eon of NW'. of j
I NW* of KEI40 and HI:" of HEI4 _'_ 19 311 33 440 t'rdw8y. W "'__ 6.13 N % or NW'y or HWI4 of SE'4 ;11 25', 80 Ii Early. W I' ____ 1,28NN'4 HI14 tun N 373 )' i J'' ,.:... of NE% ot NEVI ____._._._______ 21 30 33 20 MBcrmotl'Mrs of I:01N\4: \ iree 10 yda. In NIO 1118 )'0111. N 22'4 )'da. 8 171i )'dll, 4 14" ,
J II A _____h2.90NWI rue sqr ,8P 2Ii 30 a9 Pratt. 1V __ 17.34n )'d... .__ _ _____ _ __._ _ IS 25 29 II ( "rl'lr..l..H -- 'I.U.J. '
% CJf NW % _________u___________ 22 80 33 .40 1II..n..rmott, IIIrll. ,. 525nit ii-: ofNtVcorofSEo1E4' u. 11"11: 110 'd8. It .nd 160 'da. 10 ots: II' car f ,'J
J II A ____ __ 24.64 .r NW'4. or H HIi' :
run 136 ft. I: 120 N 116 W $1044 run 'dM. Ix'

NWI% 01 NF: % ____._n.u____________ 31 30 33 40 Kan"r, A ______ 3.39 420 ::. __ ____ ____ ___!_____ ___:!:___ 32 2G 30 2 Davis. H a.m 1.41 140 )'<1". N J75 1.15, ,,' 140 'da._ .. _. n 25 214 4 J..IIII"lon. Jas MI"H
V N4 of NWI4 of NWI4 --_________n__ 31 30 13 ,20 Banker A 2tl.___ 1.112 SE14 of 81V% Icpa E% $104 of 841' % of $IV'4 of 81':14 _ __ _.__ .__ __ 18 21 211 2' H'lor'lf..IM.IIl. .

t HW % or NNI4 and W'% uf-BE4\ _.u__ III 30 33 120 Unknown _--_ __ 9.17 _ !. .._ 29 26 30 20 Stratton J S. .. U4 N etal.: I: V )_ =: 981
__ __ Lot 2 \ or AF.4 _. .___h..um _ 1i 2S 29 40 Sephetla.' .
I NEI4 or SEI4 of 8re14 u ____ 31 30 33 10 Wells. I. nnn 1.19 except land recorded Rook 45
J N"% of E"% of lot 2 of N W'. ____u___ 6 31 33 S8 I-\'drr, J A 00 __ 3.39I page 34. also I less )and owned by \ NII'Is .f N4. \ alld.tj, ot SF14' a..d"II

I t %, or H\\14 of NI'% ____________n__ 7 31 33 20 Hunter, HA____ 1.112I Maters lie Carson 'Oro. Co. _.______ 82 2130\ 4G 'ItraUf' J S. __ 82.93 or 81':44. of NV'4 U "r NhlnKle ,
I ')0 i% of SEI4 at NEI4 ___________._____ '7 31 33 20' Unknown ______ 1.92 N14. ot 'F"% _____________n_____..__ 3 n 30 80 Keen A M _.__ 11.27 Creek _ _ __ _-_.-_ ____ ______. : . 19 25 29 130 1T"rrh'r. fl __ _ 25.31 .'

I E'% ______u__________________________ 17 81 83 31.8 Southern Oolonliation All-________________.-___ ____________ 1 28 3U Iib3 KIIoMlmn..e Cattle I'4: ur F Jtj, ..nd I'W'4 _. . ___. .. __ 19 25 29 3211 tVntson J J . 65.12 'a
4 Co. ___ 24.27 Co. ____. 35.38AII 101'" ofI'I uf SI-I. _. _. _____..u._ J9 25 29 20 1.1John .t..I. 311N44

I ..AII________.___________________________ 31 31 3S li4n Schmotke. J _0047.49. _____________________.______ _____" 2 28 30 683 Kissimmee' Cat110 Klaslsa.ee; of NI. '4G.i--------------: 23 25 29 40 J"hll..I..J 10140.. ." ?

I .A1Iu--------------------------- 83 31 33 .639 Southern ColonIsatlon I Co. ____:_ 3U8 All 111k. ''It' N of Itoltd ___.__ 13. 24 25. 29 JO t'olt. D _ _____ J.4I
Co. __- 4t.79 AIL_______________.- __.._____________. 28 30 1i84 Kissimmee Cattle W'4 or NW'4 'If NW\4\ and SV'n of i

,: f ;II'% _____nu__;.____ ------u----- 4 U 33 317 Unknown __n__ 23.97 Co. _-. ._ ..18 NWK ____ .h_____ ______.__. . 24 25 29 CO Knell' w n n101 IIlesley. j'
\. HIj, ot SE % ____________.___________._ Ii 32 a3 80 Southern Colon.Uon All .E of canal of 8H of SEK ________ 8 28 30 60. Ki..Hlmm..e Cat- EH, 8'' uf Co. road except 8VVK
.... co. __ 41,83t tit Co. __on 377 of WH of NEK of NE %< __._____ 30KH 25 29 10 llo>'er, CFI.: ._... 2.07Goodwin.
: w.% or NI'l(. 5 31 as 80 Unkno"'n', ___ u 6.33 All____..-____.___...... 9 28 30 640 Kissimmeo C.it- of EH and SW\4\ of SEK\ less NI3K .
.t------------- '
t W.% n6 NI'I4 of-N10b4-r--------------- 5 3Z 33 20 Barham. l. L __ 1.92 tit Co, 14.19 of SEK ____ _ __ _______ -lWH 25 211 160 F C.. 10.16Uondwln
K"% of E"% ot HI'I4 or NI'I4' ________.. Ii 3Z 33 10 Unknown ______ I.U All except NH of NWK ._.____....___ 10 28 30 660 Klwnlmmee Cattle of WH 8 of A--C-I.-tty-- -- 3* 25 29 140 F C _ 1712NN' 1

I W'% of I'tj, of SI'I4 of NE 4 ___hun_ Ii 3Z as 10 Unknown, __-___ 1.19E Co. ._. 20.91 K of NIS'4 N of A C L Ity.--_-_-_-__--_ 311 25 29 20 CUI'Pl'tt.'J\I 11_ __ 288 i
14of NEI4 of NEI4 and W.% of RE4t \ All____-.______....___...........____.. 11 28 30 C40 KlHHlmmeo. Cut Park tsrd.A ...-- I
t of NE14 less W% of N":14 ot NEI4 or tie Co. ____n 43.76 Sub-Dlv of parts of Sees. IS and 33

: NEVI __________-1--_.__________ 5 st S8 31i Unknown ______ 3.99 All--___-__--___:.______.___.___.__-.::._.. __ U 28 30 640. KlaHlnimee Cat- of Tp. 25 Hx. 29 and parts .of Be<,.. ;
E% and'SW% ______nn____________ 'I 32 33 480 Southern Colonization tip Co. _. 43.76 4 and 5 of Tp 26 It 11'. 29Fractl. _______ ____ __ 25 29
('0. __ 80.03 AllAll-___________________.________..._____ 18 28 30 640 KlMHlmmee Cut- 8H of HWK of NEK and NW %

,I X% ________________________n__-____. 9 32 23 S20 Southern ColonIaatlonCo. tlo Co. 4376 of SEK' __ __.t---------------_. 12 25 29! KA taros W J __. 12.H
I ___ .24.27 _____._______________________ _______ 14 28 30 640 KlHHlmmee Cattle Lot 8 and 8WK\ of SWK of NWV4;- 33 25 29 15 Wilkinson S.J 409Souders .
1" .All--------------__________-___________ 16 3J 33 639 Southern ColonIsatlon Co. 4376 Beg. 16 ft. 8 and 264 ft. E of NW I
Co __ 47.79 All._________________.__J... 15AH 28' 30 640 KlMMlmmee. Cut of lot 22 run 8 646 ft. B 132 ft.cor.N,
All--a..r-__,' 16 31 83 640 Southern Colonf4 tie Co. 43.76 .
645 rt.'Ii 131 ft. 83 26 29 2 i
8 J _ 1.41S \
6 28 640 KlHHlmmee Cat __ __ ------- -- ------ -
Isetion Co. __ 47.19 -.-._.. 1 3.0' Lot 27 ___ ______'________________ 33 25II! 10 Relines. W It _ .41 I
?-
% of $E % __________________________ 17 32 88 80 Southern Color tlo Co. _. 43.76 18 6 26 29 6 HtuI.. C W .. j
Isstlon Co. 6.63N1Y14 : All H of Canal, ._.._... 17 28 30 '420 KlHulmmee' Co Cattle 28.97 f.Ii: ::::=::::::-::::::==:::::::: 6WH \ 26 29 10 Ntlson.. A 8 _u__ 34 1.41a,l lfloodwln ,,J
and 8E14 19 U 33 320 Southern Colon- NV'% ,
--------------------- of and SWK of SWK less
lutlon Co. 'U.27 All K of _____ __ __ J9 28 30 20 KlMulmmee Cat
I u River _.. __ u_______ 466 ft. .'Ir. In HE cor. of SW1 of .:
8% of NE% and SW% of 8W% 20 EE 33 120 Southern Colon tle Co. 209. '
------ a\\ % G 26 29 116 F C__
620" 11 II
faatton. Co. u_ 9.n All E. of Canal i.i.._......_._, 20 28 30 KIHlllmmt'e Cattle 466\ ft. .qr"ln--8..;-n-------ron ,of 1-\\\'--------i.i.: 6 26 29
I "'' L , ,. ... Co. 43.76 I '. 20b lvesterMrs M 1.26floodwln.
All 640 Southern l : '
: ,
: on1'f' .1.1. : ITndlv.
H, Int. In N\\ % of ,6 214 29
: n / 28'' .8\VKfit *a*is r F C__ S.41oodwln
.
:10' KI".tmme-e '
'< "aUon Co" 47.79 Atl II 640 "att'. "''' I'J, 2d $9 > 80 F C--162 '
811 22 82 33 639 South..rn : ("olon tlo Co. 43.16'' .
"aUon Co. 41. 9South..rn All 2J U 30 640 Ktasimme. Cat !IJru MifeiSmMil: [2414 20 Ooodwin'p'F'G--10.11;1351-(; ;
N% of NW% Y7 EE 3 80 Colon tloc! Co_ 43.78 ,
|26 | 211 IS [iVHorrmJ" 107
Is..tlon Co 11.68J All 1'%' Z; 23 IS SO 640 KlHMJmme' at :; .. 6' I2"I I26P29 29 80 BlalrilBH .. 10'F.._ ..?- 2671 ,
1.
J 811% and E% of SW1 I210 SouthernlColon ilea Co 43.78 > *
Ei'wS HiMaMHiil ,
2140
r:4: .... ,. "aUon Co. ';'':1_ 18.S9 All ,c ,. U 28.30 640 KIM..lmme-oCllt, ,. "" '"" ; JudsondfFi'et' al 8.81

N-ot NW _________..______ ._____ 80 Southern Colon tie Co.KlHMlmmee. ____ 41.76nn Ali \VOor Creek .__ 1'.1. I.TTT.7' 6, 40'.lIron"on. 1 __ 854
27 21!! 260 Coplet, F. J ____ 20.66
It ..atlon Co. __ 11.68 A11__________________________ __ U ::18 30 640 Cut All except SWK of SEK and-8R'Si . 21 27It: 440 "Everglade Cy
AW% 29 32 11 3 160 ,Unknown _u_. 12,21W44of tie Co. 43.76 ,

NWK and 8W14 and E% of AILn.n_____________ 28 28 SO 640 KtHMlmmea' Cut All fractional ._u -- . - .. - - 36 28 29 189 Klselmmee. Cat 8969
-- -
30 32 33 320 Southern Colon- ,tie Co _- 4376 :

__ 11.67 AII.h____ _____ 27 28 so 640 KlHHlmmee Cattle All fractional tie t'oKlnslmmee_ _.. __ 1153
RohersonCoA
NE% _________________________________ 30 32 33 160 n. U.21 ----n---h------ Co. _ 43.76 - --- - - - - - -- - ---- i 29 29 141 Cat*

. E% of NW% ________________________ so U 83 80 Unknown ______ 6.33 All------------------------------------ 28 28 30 640 KlaHlmm.e Cattle All fractional tie Co ....._ 1618
All____________________________________ 31 82 83 627 Southern Colon Co. . 41.76 -- -- - -- h - - - - JjNEK 29' 29 484 Klrtslinmee/ Cattle
CoWulson __ __ 27.<1
isation Co. -41.19 All------------------------------------ 29 28 80 640 KlHHlmmee Cattle : of NEK __ _____ ___ _
SWI%' ____________,____..______________ U 82 83 160 6ioulhern ColonIsatlon : Co. _. 43.76 NH of NH and 8H-- d of 8EH- I less--- It R 1 26 28 40 J JUnknown ._ 8.01

Co _. 12.51 F:% <>f NEK and ti\V4 of NEK and Ittw. ._ _ : _. 2 23:;
W% ot NWI% less 9 11 aer. _-_____- 82 3J EE 65 Paulson I' _:__ 4.86 NEK of NWK and WH of ;NWK __ 31 28 30 240 KUblnimeeCnt- M.M.r l.... I'o'." X.b-imuioB, ef MVi 2S 240 WntsoD J J____ 20.IS

2':% of E... .__.:______________________ 82 82 33 160' S..h..RrMcCorm tie CoKlsHlmnjee. ____-_ 17.18 of :> "' % ..d \.-;% of ""' V4

Land (.o. _n_ 12.51 811% of NW% and SH _______ ____. 31 28 '30 360 Is : Lots 45 and 46 ____ __ ____.--.: 3 23 2. .
r N% of N11 ",4 __u_____________________ S3 sa 83 80 Flouth..rn Colon u N. Stores Co.. 24.94. I Lots 47 to 60 Inc .uu _____ 3 25 2X 10 -- -_ 1 K

t' baUon 41.83SE All____________________________________ 12All. 28 30 640 Kliuilfnmee Cattle Lots 51 and 52 -_-n_ _-__ ____. __ 3 252M 20 Unknown - - 207
% of NEIL __nunnn___ 8 U 81 4n Eltor..y. R L __n 3.81 Co.KlHHlmmee. ______ 48.76 i.ot.73 to 76 Ino. and 85 -to---88- --Inc.___ 3 25 28 10 Unknown . ___. 1.21

'I W% of E% and K"% ot W % ________ 16 26 3J 320 1)onegan, J n._ II.t15 ________.___________________________ 33 28 30 640 Cattle Kof 8H of SWVi of ;$E4! ________ __ 3 25' 28 40 Unknown ._ ___. 368
NI:* or NEI4 __n____________._______ 8 n 3J 40 Tra"av I W __ 11.85 Co.KISHlmmee. ._____ 4176 NH of SEK _--___ ___ ..__ ._ ___ 3 25 28 15 inkford.. It A 651
NE of ___ ___ __ 16 n 81 40 -- ------ 4 25 128 80 Bradley IPo _ Ii.
*, NEVI -- -- __ non"lI'an.I R. 4.48 A1--- 34 28 30 640 Cattle EH of NWK of NWK. of 8WK ___ ::
\ All _.._______________h_______________ Ii 30 32 840 Donegan, A FL_ 47.49 Co.KISKlmmee. nu 41.76 III..... L... t;..'s Milk nirUl.a u f 6 25 28 5 Unknown ___n_ ,

I \. All fracUonal _____h_______'_______-__ 7 30 3J 120 Donell'.n, A 107._ 47." All.--_____.__._______-_..______....... 35 28 30 60 Cattle N % efLots NW% ___.. ..n_____.__*____: .
All fratlonal _________________________ 9 30 82 5 Donegan A E._ ..145't Co. __u__ .41.76 21 to 24 .Inc . .. .. \9 25 28
Lot I ..______.:____n________________ 14 ao 82 S3 Unknown _____ 2.68 All-c------------------------------ 36 28 30 640 e Cat - -- ------- \9 25 28 20 Munger Land

\ Lots 1.3.3---------------------------- 15 8" SI 184 Unknown ___n_ 18.68 Klt.IlmC'::. _--:-_ 476 NI'I4 and NWI4 ot SI-\4\ and H' C'o -_-----___ 117 '1
NW\4 _____. 13 80 31 180 Ordway WW__ 12.1\ 1 29 30 460 Kluelmmee Cat. .. ot SI,4,, 10 25 28 360 Watson. J_. 44 11
i?, --r------------- All tractionAl ___.,___..___ NW\o of SW % .__ __ ___ '
N% of NW-of 8W14 _.-__________06_ U 30 31 20 Unknown -_____ I.U r" """? tie Co.KlMilmmee. __uu 8838 Lot 1 and SEV... of---SWK--- less-- -R- R Rtir. 10 25 24 40 Unknown 3'61

: NE'4 of NEI4 and NE'4 of NW ____ n 80 U 80 Uringles 'V ___ 6.33 All fractional .'. ____________ ___.- :S I 2t' 10 170 Cat 8H: of Lot 2 12 25.28 88 Watson J-_ 191
NW'4 of NEI4 _______________________ n 80 U 40 Roe L.llr ___. .f 1.38 -- tle Co. __.:__.. 11.18 ------u--h------ 12 26 28 24 KIM patrlck

E'% ot BW% of NI' % and W% of All fractional ..._ .______- __.___ 3 :29 30 396 Cat Rear 714 .,h.. K of NW cor. of J K _--_ 271
-- u Ktlei NWH
SE14: of NEI(. __u___-._____..__ n 80 U 40 Unknown _.____ 3.n Coee._____ 2763 run S 10 ch.V 6 chs. N 10 chs.

NI of NEVI __-_:________________-_ 28 ao II 40 Unknown ___on 8.39 All___._____=______ -___..__.______ 4 29 30 640 Klsalmmee Cattle 6 cha. E_: It
1IIW'4 of NW % -___________-________ 1 81 3t 40 Unknown ______ S.38 - . Co. ._____ 6626 EH of SWK c-----------------------of SW K less N 35 ft" 12 25 24 5 Unknown. --.- 827
flE* orSI'4 of SWI4' ______________ 1 31 81 10 Unknown ____-_ 1.19W AII-______ __ 6 29 30 640 Klsslmmee Cat. WH of SWK\ of 8WK 12 25 28 20 Keen J EHutteroff. __on 20'u
'I %, of NEK of NWK __________u__ 12 31 II 20 Kunsmann M L 1.91 ---?- '-'-""-- -- ale Co. ______ 1.1' WH of Lot 3 less 8 13 ft.----------.-. -"_ ._ 12 26 28 20 P <"__ 126

'8E% ____________.---------___________ 9 32 12 160 Southern Colon- All except SE% ot SE% ...__00 _____ 1 2t 30 600 Ktlel mee Cat- 140 )ds,-aq. In NE cor of Lot 4 __ 12 25 28 27' Prints. Mrs M__ 281
isation Co. .. 12.61 Co. ___.__,78.1 8e f. 638 ft. Sand 638 ft. w of NE- coV 12 25> 23 2 Unknown -_ .86
W% of BEK and KH of All except S"% of lot l' ____ 1 29 30 428 e of Lot I' run It 174 W
t.________n_________________ 11 11 12 320 Southern Colon uuu -- Ktlei: Co. _--_-_ IUI 174 ft. 10: 172 n. 173 ", N
Isatlon Co. ._ 24-67 Lots I Z 3. and N'% ot lot 4 __ ___ ... 1 U 30 240 XI.almmee Ca.t- B"If. 100 ft. -- 13 25 28 3 Wood a 11. 0 B_. 9,14
I- __--______--_____________ 13 12 33 80. Southern Colon tie Co. ______ 16.01All N 6.8 U. M ?,V, r"ff'wS'l'o'V I ".

," Isatlon Co. __ *.68 fractional, ____ __._________ ____ II U 130 117 Klselmmee C.island All Lot 2 W of Mid Ry 13 25 28 10 Anderson II W 1895
,i '8.H of NWK1NWK ______nn-- IS 33 32S3 80 Unknown ______ 6.33 N S ... __5451 owned by Robt. BASS except land 1' .

)! ;t : __,__________--nnnn___ 14 82 160 Southern Colon- lots 1. 2; 3. 44 and E"% of NW% u__. 10 II 80 SU Watts. N P'' ____ 21,96Lotsl D7JSS cor- of Lot deeded' Est.to_ Ed'Vnd 13 22: 28 27H Anderson H W. I."

1 18 Isatlno Co.. _. 12.61 Ii and W% of NW% __________ 10 III 10 160 Klselmmee J Wilson run N-Westerly
i \vy4 of WH and 8H of 8E% :______-. 16 32 32 240 Southern Coon land: N 8 :.__ lUO way lOG ft. W 160 ft. 8 105 on ft Rt of

.< Illation Co. __ IS.39 Lot 1 _____u_______________._________ Jl29 80 26 Jb.I.lmcmee Cat- R R __.__. _____n______________1to___
XE% 16 S3 32 160 Southern Colon- ______ Z..3 13 25 28 H Unknown ____ 2 tl
----- ------------ -------------- nell' HW cor or NW% ot NE', ;
.IsatlnoSouthern Co. __ 12.61 Fracn. N\V4 ot NW% ___ ___ ____ 14 J9 30 U Klselmmee Cat- 7 % ch. N 10 chs. W 7' rUn y:
EH .....__,._____________.__u____.__ 17 32 32 320 Colon- -- 00 ale. Co. _._:._ 1.76 8W14 of NIand NW%%chs.or H 10 'h" 1 25 28 Thompson, JV 8.8
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Isatlon Co. __ 24.17 All l fractional _____.:______________-:___ 15 29 30 18 KlselmmeeCattle E"% ot $W'4 of 8E14 and RF:14 and
I AH E of River _____,______nn____ 20 32 32 320 Southern Colon- Co. _-_--_ 1.16 NWV and Wtj, of
SW44 __
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tsatton Co. ._ 24.17 Undlv. % Int. In NEI4 and NWI% of WH of 8WK of : 11 25 28 340 Wntson J J-- 2854
AHNH____________________________________ 2J 32 32 636 Southern Colonization I-IEI4 and II: % or NWI% and N% 019W'4 n"K. 68 yd.\ Wof 8EK 8K cur, of"Lot _t run 1 25 2 20 Unknown __n_ 3072"i

Co. __ 47.79 __m____________________"__-_ 1 II 29 180 Andrews, J EUndiv. N-Westerly 220 yda. W 447
::: of NEK and 8% of BWK __n____ 23 32 32 160 Southern Colon- trustee __ SO." 220 'd... yds 8
-- ) 149% >ds .._ ........._
IsatlnoIlelnllcld Co. _ 12.61 'AI Inl. In NE14 and NW. of Etj, or \ -- 1 20 Minx, F E 711
_____ _____ ___._ _ r 1114.and NWI4 ."r SF;% _ __ 2 ----
I 'J'lE* -- ___ _ __--___ 23 32 32 160 R CSouthern __ 12.21 si 14 and 8% of NWys and N% of HWI4 . .. 25 1211 Watson J J___ 1015 'I

a. All except SEK and KH, of SWK and SWI4 _______________.___________-._ 1 iii 29 180 Watson, J J.___ 30.16 EH of EH and NW----K -of-- NE.and. -W 23 25> 28 40 Rasa W C ____ 368. :
," N% of NH of NWK and SH, of NEKH 24 82 32 280 Colon Martha Boyce'. Sub-Dlv of SE% ____ I 2Ii 29F. H of Ht .- __ .___ ._ _. _
: isation Co. __ 21.63 3 acres of Lot III _______"__________ II 2Ii 28 'S Brl.tol. C I -___ 1.16 NEK Of NW .>.4 and 8WK of"N\Vi __ __ '3 25 28 280 Watson, J J._ __ 23
J 'N of NEKJVKK 24 S3 32 80 Unknown Uun 6.33 Undlv. % tnt In F.% ot NEV4 and 9W Of HWl' and and ,
NF:4 of
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of '4 nf NE14 and N % af SEI4 and E% N", 24 25 28 -200 Watson, J J.___ 1691
I E% ________________________________ 25 32 32 440 Southern Colon of NW'4 _nn___________________ I 25 29 J40 Watson J In__ 23.69 SWK of NWK NEK of NWK _-___0 ______ 5 25 28 20 Rasa., W C _-, 207

.Isatlon Co. n 31 39 I NW% ot NEI4 ______________________ I 2Ii 29 40 pcmegan, A E NE% of NW of--- --: -a'nd'beV'NW 25 25.8 40 Rollff, R J ____ I 5
NWK of NW* __ ____nun._________ 25 82 32 40 Rogers, J P ____ S.39 _______ '1.12N" roe. of Lot I'
t' KH of SEK _--_ ___________ ________ 388WK SS 83 NO Unknown ______ 6.33 % of AW% ________-____._________ 3 all 28 80 Unknown ______ 13,39r N 10 chs. W 10 run<,hll.$ K > chs.
t I' E of River ___nuu__________ S3 32 32' 160 Southern Colon % 8E4, Ii II 211 80 Watson J 1____ 13,39Undty ---hn_. 25 "5 2 20 Bass, Mrs Su-

isation Co. __ 1161 .t % Int. In w'ijT; ; and ES4of F. % of 8E I % and SW aannah ___._. 151
''p; All NW% In Osceola Co. _______00 ___ 33 31 32 SO Unknown .____. S.66 NW'4 and 8W % of NWI% and 834 NW\4\ of SW % % of N\V% and

.' 4 SWK __nnnnnn___ 36BEJ4 S3 32 160 Melsenhelmer. C 13.21 of 8W... ___________________________ Ii II U 180 Watson, J Z.___ 0.16 Wtj, of W.% and SE-------_--____- ___ 2 25 I 160 Watson J J____ 1 sa
_______--_--______-___--_________ SI 32 S3 160 Southern Colon Undiv y Int In W% of E'% and 111"" 8W14 or 510." less R" or Rtw.S4 and .

?4.--. isation Co. .- 1!.51Trlplett. of NWI% and SW % ot NW'4 and NH, of BWK\ of NW% of NWK":::::: \3\ 25 2 234 Watson J J____ uJ
8 Alyea'a Sub-Dlv. of NWKJBeK. __n__ 31 25 '31 11% of- S\V% ______________________ I 16 J' 180 Andrew., 1 2 2 I Johnston John
t "Lot 1 ---- __ __ __ 5 8 J __. 1.18 tru.toe _--E __ SQ.4S N"% and IS'
NW Cor."of"r3w"K"of TNW K run 6W 26 11 11 St. Cloud Dev. McCoy lAnd Co'. Sub-Dlv ot part of._ 8.26 29tot. Lot 3 SW\ ----- --__ --_ S' 2 2 610 Watson. -J--J---.-_-_ ,

:.$' 'H 979 ft. K 600 ft. N 979 ft. W 600 ft.. Co. ______ __ __ 2.89 S to In<,. ___-______u_-________ 6 25 U 70 McCoy Land, Co 11.78 Lands re- <, --In---Book----'-_"____ "__"" 63 Wlnstanley- M 4if
NWK Of 8HJK ---- -----_.____.___... 6 16 11 40 Scarr. F 0_____ 29.86Bruna. Lot. 11, 11. U, U, 18. 10 ______ _-___ I 15 :1 10 McCoy Land Co. 10.11 Lot 1 N ord.d C 30 pAge "" 16 30 Wlnstanley J M
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F.. All.___................................ 9 aliI 641 C W'--7101 Lot. II 'oSO 1na _._________________ S 15 a. 100 McCoy Land Co. 11." I N I except EIW of Ry ----......__; 1 2 1 J H MB.. ..
W7 ;All fractional __._._____________..... 10 16 81 489 run.. C W .... 17.SO 1.ot. 36 to 40 fns __._._______________ 4 Iii at .0 McCoy" LAnd Co. 10.111 NIC _. E"% of NW% of WarnJ .
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.. ,s., All fractional ....___.....__________. 11 36 31 II Bruna. C W ____ 7.80 Lots U to 47 Ina and lot 60 ________ 1 II II .0 McCoy" Land Co. 11.38 i ICtj, of E-- of_NW _____________.. J 28 28 150 Smith, C D .... 11.28
I;'? AH___.......____.____--,--..______.__AAll..1. ISIS 36 31 670 liruna. C W ____ 71.01 Lot. Ii, U, 17. sa .- Ii U .0 Andr.w., J E. 8W% of NW % of NE% I 10 Oault L __... '."
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4r ..__ . 16 11 711 Ilruns, C W .... 94.68 : trustee _ 7.11 h- 2 40 Williams Mrs.
.t j All fractional ..___________________,.___., 1fl 31 414 Bruna C W ____ 47.49 E% 0' E% ________.______________ S II 2. 160 Watson -J--_-__ JI.la 4 I L D ..,.______ ..
All fractional ......._______________.. II 36 SI 80 nruna, C W .... .... All-----------------I .6 a. .40 Watson. J J__--102.91 War w"rDI.I. ef I .
'I All.--.--------------::r"-"--.--.----...- 16 36 31 441 Bruna, C W _... 47.49 8% of NJII'4 of BH4: 01 8W" _____ 8 II 38 I Campb.11. C H._ '.64 Lot Po_..O--...- .--._______ 2 21 IS I
.I 'All e.ce..t 111"" ot Nw01 NW'4 ____ 17 14 11 110 Brun., C W ___. 68.15 8"" of 8IC% ot BW% ._______._.__:__ 8 2. II 'JO Or4.. A ______ .61 Lot 10 ..-- -----___"__________ 1 26 IS 10 nedelllck. P .. 1M0D .
.f rg< OfjiwK, of NWH ...____________ 17 281 10 St. Cloud Dev. Nt/1 01 NW\( and 8W% 01 NW'4 and .----"""---""-"--}-__ I 3St 10 I
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.. I.86 F.% of BE'4 1.ln& JiJ of A CLRy aDd Let. 86. U. MOU. ____ ."
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eft NW14 ofBWK NWH- ._.__.____-__. II 26 11 40 Don.ganJR__ '..11Bass NW% 01 NE% IyIng W of Ca roa410 II II In Wal.en. J J.-_ IL.O .0 Ino. 4... U. 4119- and I to.
4' i ..- NIII'4 .._---____.__________ 10 a..l 40 Homer .. ..91Doneijan. - ---------------____ .__ > *. 21 170

'" SWUic.[ ''NB2.: ______.__.;__-________._ 16 16 ,J1 '0. .- J RAM ... '..14Donecan 1402 'Block, A ___ ________- __ --H) __ b K_.... 0 W.-__ Ill .8 and William.et all _,. ... 14"'
Canal 14 26 11IT .4 \; B -- :;:: Lt. -----.--.___.___._ -- -
All W ot .a-----------------. J R I..9* BI"k. --- HorD.r R 1---_ 1.11 '. . .::: I A f J-Ji'
1 '. ( Bub.Dly of f. -i 2i )1' --- ____._..____ JI '
Co."t:7'" '.T' J .J. x..,, 01 part ____ I NEK of.NE*! ....II2o120'.8. _.__ !i ii Unknown .... J.J
____ ____________ ..j 1* 11 10 Leta ----.-- ..._._ : i
Lot I __ ,r. K and L ___..,..__._____-___ 1. II 29 10 Rottman, A J1.11 --- '.
% David J
t,..29K. >f MX:'14 .I'._________..:_l_ 22 27 31 40 Drlw41' ; 3 TX1:1. : .Lot-r .-..---------.-------.,-- 1. .11 It I bffat4 JolI".____ 2.11 .-.,-:::.-----------_-____-_,_._.__.._....1 i 21 16 21 II ISis 'Jld.oa Bum*;\ David N et --t1..U.} |i


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I A' of B'4 :______..__.____.________ I. 88 18 110 Burns. A M n__ 40.11. Lots Lot 1 3 Block and 7 Block 120. .---._._..."-._ .. ._ .. ., LonKnecker, _Oeo_ .82.65 Lot lAt. 8 8 Block Block 4 4 .__. _...-__n_______uu______.____ :..'_.. .__.;" 10 10 McGowan Unknown. _C__B3.12_:_ 2.6!
121---------------------------, T ,
N40 ot NW'4 _______uu ______ 126 18 110 Johnston Pat __ 40.11. *. UaanKe, 1 Lot Bloek' ._ .. _. v--- ._ 10 Unknown ______ I.'S
n Lot I Block 121 ...._ ., .._,________.__ __ .. __ .. Ooodwln. J P __ .65 I .rr-------------?
.. X NW'4 ot NEST and SESSof IIW'4'___ I iii n .0 Clark H JD u_ 194 Lot 4 Block 121 ___..?.._._.....__..__._ _. .. .. cker.Oeo-- .66 Lot I Block I _____________ ______ __ __ __ 1 Hoffman, J'M __ 12.19Lt '.
NW'4 of'NE% __ _______ MeOatl' 0 W. I" ______ _ .__ __ .
-- -- _--- I II n 40 "Y. Lot. 2. 8 and 6 Block 121------------------- 1.02 Block 5 _- __ __ ('llrk. 0 _____ 1.18

NEST 1'\40 or ot E\40 NESS o------------------- II n 40 MeOatl'. 0 ''W3,88 1.18 Lot 1 Block 123 ____u_ ___-___.___.___ .. .. .. .. LnKn.eker.OI..K. _Oeo___ 65 l.t 14 Block 6 ________________L---------- 1. ''.1.. Mn E E 1.11
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; 10 iii n 10 Tub..ln". ,, LoU 1 and 6 Block 125 ___...______.. __ __ .. usage, H T __ .82 acres ot Lot J flock 8 --. __ w_ __ 5'U"no..n __._ J.60
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SW'4 ____.___; II II n 40 Unknown -__ __ ( Lot 4 Block 125------------------------------- __. Lot 17 Block 8 ------- ------------- 13
: NE44 ot 8E'4 __uu_.___________ .0 iii 11 40 North. R n ___ 3,88 Lot 1 Block 127 __ __._._......_.. ._ __ .. .'. Lon T.eknow" A.lleo ..f5 Lots T. 11 and 18 Bloc'.r :: :: :: 36 Unknown _:::: UtH
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ot NE" of NW'4 and 8' ot NE'4 foOt a Block 128 .__.'. ._....___,_..__ '._ _. .. ._ Unknown ___ .65 4 Lot 16 Bloek 1. ___ ___u____ __ __ 5 )ulng. D A -__ 1.1I.ot -
,' .t or 8W'4 __--_______--_____--____ II II '11 SO Belden E L _.r ..18 Lot 7 Block 121 ______--.._...._._____ -. __ __ u Tecknow. A ... .65 7 Block I ________ -__._--.._._ __ __ __ 10 Jr"ln. 0 _____ I.'

I Woo 8E'4 ot 8W" __uuUu_ at II. 11 10 Burnmeers. Mrs-- Lot I Block 180 __________.._________ .. .. .. .. naaaire' H T__ __ .81 Lot 8 Block 8 1------------------------------, 10 irWln G 0--_ 1.1' #
M M __ e..1 Lot 6 Block 180 ___...,___.-.......... .- __ -- .- Tecknow A --- Lot Hnh.ck\ 10 Unknown _____ I..r .
N" or NW'4 ot SE'4 and REV ot NW Lot 2 __ __ 10 Unknown ___ .
Lots 6 8 and-10 Block I 133 Tecknow, A 102 HI..k 1r?--- ----- -- -
4 -------------------------------a--- $6 II 17. .0 Derc..rt. 8 L __ I.. .0 Lot 6 block 134 ________---....-:-:::::: -?- .-- .-.- Hugo, Oeo _::: :.66 l.ot.1 Block _____nU___._._____ __ __ JO rawtord..l 1 4-- 2,18fiS4

Camphrh. rlt,. Lot t Block 138 ________._ ______'___ .. .. .. Tecknow, : _._ .65 Lot 4 mock 11 ----------------------0. __ I Jackson; A N__ 1,471g44
Mary R 11I0.... II.-Dh..o. o' .Lot of I I' I. Lot I Block 138 ___...?._.__.________ ,. :_ ,- Ooodwln.J P .66 I.ot i' Block 11 ___u.u__.____ J. __ _. Unknown -:._- 1.'f 1
Beg. NW "or. ot Lt 4 run S 149 tt. E Lot 7 Block 140 ____...______.._______ .. .. .. Tecknow, .A .. .66 Lot 1 iock 11 _____:0 _____.. _j _. _" 10 Faring C E _. '
Ul ft N 610 ft W 12U ft-- _u._. I It II Ie C01lln.., 1 E ..._ 4.n I 1Lot 7 Block 142 .-__.._______......, __ __ --- .- Ooodwln, J P _- .65 l.t 14 ______.__________ __. __ __ __ '10 U.anor. K ___. I..S
Lot 5 Block' 143 Lot 4 and N'4 Lot 5 BI.ck Jt _______ _. __ 15 ___ 8.50 .
-____ _____...... ..' .. ,, u. __ Hugo Oeo. ____ .66 :
III.., Rill..... s 6.b-Dhlslo..8 1..6' a I 26 18 Lot 8 Block 143 .__....-_............. ._ .. '.. ._ lAnKn..ck..r. lleo .66 l.ot It Block \ __.______.-.___. .__ "" __ __' 10 fark"y. WE __ 1.4'
Lot A Block 2----------------------, . I 24 18 1 Klrkpalrlek.Mrs Lt 10 Block 143 _____, __. __.._., .. .. -. Tecknow.. A _ .68 Lot 1 Block 1 __.._-. 11 Marlowe M J._ 2.614
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.1 .E ._._ 1.1A 1 Block 144 .. .. .. Unknown .____ .66 Lot' Block _.._.______.. .... __ __ 10 Bandy R W' I.'"
Lot A Block 7 __.___._______._--_._._ 1 I' 18 ,, I Unknown 't----- .88 Lot- 3 Block 14S _-;-,.-..-,-.--..-...0.--------., __.... i.-1-__ '."-'.a.qLongneckerleo .68 lot 9 Block 16 h___ .______. _. __ .. 10 Unknown ______ I.ia
N\40 or HE'4 of NEof, Blk., 4 __._.. 1 241 .IR Pulawnedy n F ..88HW14 Lot 5 Block 146. ___,..-... ._ ___...-. .. ... .. P _. .66 N% Lt 1 Block 1 _____________ _,_ __ _. 5 Unknown ._.__ ,, 1.60NV4
of, SW% ot Ink 4' _h__ __._M1I U U -- Dunwoody C.A ..88.NE'4 Lot 8 Block 148 _, ._.............. .... -. r--'.-:' ...- .. loodwln..l" . _ .*** 8 Block _____ ._. .". :_ .: _. 8 Unknown __ __- 2.1X
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ot NW, ot Hlk. 4-------------_, 1 26 211 __ Hambrldge C R ..88 Lot I Block 147 ._....l-------.,u.----0, .* __ .. Tecknow, A _.. .63 Lot 18 Block 1 ____n__ -_._ ______ _. I K..elt.l. D ..-. 114
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"...,..... .r Lot Block 162 ...__.?._?----... ,*- ._ .. .. .. Hugo (Leo. _.__ .B6 Lot 5 And ; Lt llc-, .. 5- 15 __"__ 1.11
I.nta I. 3 and 4 Block 1'0 .. Plaston. 'H. Est 1.(12 Lot Block 164 _.......*_...._____......_ .. _- Ooodwln j I' __ .06 l.ot.6 Block 10 ----0- ___-__ '. __ .' 11 Trus8U. c A __', .
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Iota 1.2. 3. A. 7 and 8 Block I 1{. Eat 1.65 I.ot 10 Block _ ____.________ ,__ 10 Hough R _ 1.68
.-.e '_ __ ._ __ Plsston Lot Block 16S ........__.__.__.----. .. __ .- .- Hu Oo.. _._ .05 1 . .. .
All Blocks I to 7 In. .._.-._..__. .- .- .w _. 1)Isston. II. fist.' 12.21 Lot 4 Block 16M .......__... v.i.. .- __ ",-v .,. < (7.-_. .65 I.ot II Block 1 _________ __. ___.____ __ ._ 10 Iiough 'V 0._ \
1' ols !. 4! r. aad a Rlnck 8T.---n-- .._ T. ._ __ 11I"ton.. H. II1.11 Lot 4 Block 169 ,......._____!..*....!_,.. *.....i... .. ?-. Hork..l., J ___. .61 Lot 16 Block .____.._____. _._... __ __ 10 Unknown _._... 1.53 >
._,. aud ,6 Illock S __ __._._....___, ._ ._ Dlsston; 1ica., .." Lot I Block 161 ------..--.----.----- .-' .- -. .. Hug, Oeo --.. Lbt t Block 18 _______. ,'_. _____ ---------------p 10 Unknown _.. 1.10 d
Lot 6 Block 10 ____. ._____. :. __ __ __ Dlsston H. Fat .82 Lot Block 163 -----------------------0. .- .. .- l.nKn.ck..r. Ueo '. .115 Psradlse .Isla.d brl.g a Iub-lhl.I.. rof
All except Lts 1 and 2 Block 11 ___. .. ..- __ __ Dlaston. H. 1':1It. 3.(12 Lot 9. Block 163 . .W' X -. Tecknow.' ,A .-- 66 1.0' I __.. ._. .-.. 2SR '2. ,
All Rlorks'12 to 16 Inc ___.________. __ _. __ Dlaston H. Eat 11.21. Lot 8 Block 186 u------------------1..- --. -.. -- -- Ln"n..ck.r/ .68 l.tll 1 to' I 1041. except. Lots 4 and. 6.34 n 8 Agnew .
Lots I to 14 Ine. UloCk 18 _______ _ 3.02 0 FrRnk
n __ __ __ D/aslon H. I'"t. l.t, Block 186 .66 lU.I
All Block 17 _,_._______________,.__ .. __ __ P/aston, H .E"t. 2.211 Lt I Block 168 --. '---,., >.-. "'---. ---- O"lIal"toodwln.'J'P., .65 I.ot. 5 and 8 _uu_________. --.__ U 2, 29 U Melklejon-12. W .

Lots I to 1 Ipc Block 18 _nn_ '. ". Dlseton H. Fat 1.112 l.t I Block 168, ----------0.------._ -....! ..- ., .",' -4i' ., t"o. .... .66 ..vlslon.
L.nta a to 14 Inc and Lot 18 Block 19_.. 'r. ? 1)III..ton. H. } .. 1.118 Lot Block'169 -:. .. ,/* ;. Tecknow A .68 D/
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All Blocks 10 to II InN ---t-------, ' _. ._ "_ )11I.ton. H.. Fat. 12.11 Lot Block 170 ...k..I. ;. XSJv '''*i3irVLonnnecker l (leo :.66 and NESS of'NJ' ot N\V'. and s'.4 1. ",
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All except loOt 15. Block .2/ ___-_._.' -p- ._ __ .. Dlsston H. Ellt., 3.02 Lot 3 Block 172 --. :. J.tt3tK2'u2; IE s j ioodwm. j p. .. .1r or NE" NW' and R'f ot NW'4
Lots 4 to II Inc and Lots 14 and 18) Lt 1 Block H2; ;;; ..; ;; ; ;;:::ol' ;' '.',a-')>:;.i' .. Lonnnecker. 0.0 and NEt: ot H\\' ot N\V' '' 1

pock 25 __ ._ __ ._ .DI..ton, H. Eat 2.98 3 Block :-------------.1-, .'I, .1 ,t-.; ',*.. -: Tecknow A .65 less b"l. ( run H 1. tt. I 8UI
l..ola I 10 II inc;;and Lots 8.18,1t.. 14and Lot 10 Block 186 *.' Ooodwln, J I'-- ,115 ft N 8. ft. W 100 ft, u._.._____.__ I III I J
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18 Block 28 _________ ._ _" __ Plsston 11 Fat 2.118 Lot. R Block 118 _00-------1.----------.. --. *- -- Lonwnecker. :.66 Iota I. 1. 8. 80. 8._____ _________.. U I U At. Cloud Dav.
Iota 1 I. 2. 4.6. 14. 16. 18 and 19 nlk. 27.. __ 00 Olllllton. H. Ellt. 1.82 Lot 3 Block 190 ..-__--...,,,.------ -. ,-. >-. Long necker, lieu ,66 lC-------- '.51
I.ot. I. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12. 14 and 15 nlk. 28. :: __ __ fission, H. };lIt. .1.92 I ot I Block 190 :-::----- ------ --- -- -- -. HUKO.. Oeo _l.] .65 Lots. 6 and t __oou__-_______-. I I I JO 1,1
Lots 2 and 4 to In Inc. and Lots U. 14 Lot Block 192 _-------.--,-...!... ... -- -- Daea(re, I T____ ,116 Lots end e ______ _____________. 90., AfRI..hRm .
And 18 Bloek III __ ____ __h_._ .: __ Plsston 1{. Fat 1.9ft Lot 1 Block 194 -------.----.-------r- .- ..' ., .- ,Oood.ln..l P -- .65 m.r. ______ .1.15 ,
Lots I to U Inc Block $0--n __ -" __ 1lIlIlIton. H. Ellt. ..01 Lot 6 Block 188 -------------------.-. -" ,- P -- :.65 Lot 89 __-u._.___uu_ .I IS at I Porter, R ______ 1.01 I
Lots I to 14 In. Block 31 .__________ u' '_. 00 UIII.ton. H. E..t. 3.02 Lot Block 198 .. .- -. "'be. Mrs M -. 65 1..1..1. L..d & v"I.stme.t ('0.' lu"_ ,
Lots I. 4 and II Ulo'k 12 ___ -_ __ __ Plsston H. I'"t. '.19 Lot 10 Block 199-----------------._ .. ,.. Tecknow. A -o .05 ot40 nt NI'% and $\' .
Lola I. I. 4 And 10 to 18 In. 111k.88____ -- ._ __ -Dlaston. H. Ellt. 2.19 Lot 8 Block 201 -----?-------.--,----.. ",. -f '... .. Ooodwln J I ._ .85 NH. and 'H 4 .r Nand R.
Lots I. 2. I. 4. 6. 8. 10. '18. 18. 18. II Lot 1 Bld Z1V' .* .- .- Hugo Oeo --- .66 of 1"' of NW'.ln.1 K' _._u__ 1 I I ,
and 12 Block J4 _________________ __ __ ._ Iblaston. H. Fat 2.9' Lot 4 I Blo-c--i i-----------. .-' -- -- Ooodwln J -- .82 Guts n. 1 __ ________ 1 10 Rt. Cloud De" ,
J.ot. I I. I end I Block 15 ____________ __ __ __ __ 1."tQn. H. Fat. .8a Lot 9 Block 204 --------------------A-' .., '.. --. -- Oaaaw I T-. -- .66 Ca _____.____ 4.08 t
Lots I. 4. 8. 8. 12. 14. II and 141. Ilk 18. _. __ u Dlsaton H. Est 1.8a Lot 4 Block 208 _____..___,.._I...--. .. *.' -. -- l H p.11 Lo t s.___- 7' 26 I 1 Rmllb. L C n__ 1.5/
Lou 1 I. I. 4, 6. 8. 10. 14. '- Lot 4 Block 208 ____ J '- J, ,. v._ Teckoodnwlnow. A lot 111 __ ----- -______ --_____-. 1 U Johnson E E __ .t
nlork 17 1. 1 _1"_ _. __ But 2.514 1 Block 216 -- _--- ---- --- clot Oeo--- .66 Lot __________ ____._______.__._. __ 1 26 I .6 Kirkland. M E_ 1.01
LOIs'I.' I. 4. 6 and 6 to 16 In.. Block 34----------__ Ol."ton. H. Est 2,86 Ix>t. 6 and 6 k-jii--------. .. .-*-- .-..: +-- -.-- Hugo l.onKn"rk.r., .0 --- .62Iilork Lot 103 _______--_______.__--____ ___ 1 16 5 Kronger R 01.Ot t.1..lnol. .

Lot 5 Blnck aM .___-__ ____ __ __ 11..lon..H. .82 Lot 1 Block 218 .,\ .- -. .. LonKnecker. Oeo ..416Lt Ls.d& l.vrsme.t 4's.'. Rub. .
Lots 3 to II Inc Block 89 oh__u._ __ ._ .00_ __ 00_. fparr.V. J'. Fat 3.(11 7 219 -----------------.1. ... -- -- HUKO. Oeo -0- .65 l'I'llIlon or all except N59 or N\.u U I I 1
All Block _, .. __ H. Eat. 4.11 Lot 8 Block 219 :_ '' .. ,. S E____ .05 1.t ______________.- --.---__ 1 t 1 5 KlmhRI. n M.- .or "
I Lot. I. 4. 6. 12 and 1t Block 02 --- : ___ __ __ 111I"ton. } "t. 10 Block 221---------------; ,. ..- IIut'tou, Oeo. 6S 89 ___________________'_?____--_ 1 2 I 5 nKI.h..l D __ 1.61 I
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111I.lon. I. 1.81 .. 'f.ot 79 ______ ______ ___ __
All .x..pt I.ot Block lint. 4 Block 223 --------......--. jC.."- 'i'-. -- A --- .65 u _ 1 I 5 ___on 1.4" f"f"I.ot :
. 2. 4. 6. 1. 12 and 4 4-----------------._ __ __ _. _. 11. flat. .16/I. Lot 9 Block 22S -.-... .. ..-..,,- i-i >.".' .. -- LoTecnkngnow Oeo :.65 Lot B6'1'' 26 I 5 Aulet H ______ .
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\ All except 1.011 I. 4 and __ __ I1""lon.. H. flat.: 8.02 Lot. 4 Block 224 ._.::---- I ... .- P-. .65 Lot __ ___ ____ ____.______ u 1 I 3 I Kln/.bury. W. 1.61
All Ih.k 41 00 I Lot 6 Block 224 -. e-r... .. .. ,. W eterali Lotll 117. lie ________ _-___ .
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.lock. _. __ Ulsslon. H. Eat i -----?--- *-- .--- -, -- 111I.tt 1 ..ll
lots . I. 9. 10.ant 16 and I.J \ I..t : I Lot I Plock 224 --..---.____-.-....._ ._ <- .- LonKnecker, Oeo .RIot Lot ____ ____-._______--____.--- I I I Lynch A ______ .{
IUork U _. ..1._ I __ __ __ E"t. 2.22 Hlock 22R --------------------0 ?. ... -'- .. Hugo lens. .-__ Lot 121 .---------------u--un_ I I.V"I... I E .__. 1.0$ '.,'1
." ; Lola 4. M. 10. n.u. -- T1..to. I. }; 3 Hlock 212 .. Oondwln. J P _. .66 "..1..1./ and & I..m..t ('0.'. Ilt
I. 1. 50---------- lIt. -- ------ -- ------- -- ?
1.01.2. 7. 10. 1 A.I'IJ"rk. Block II.aton 1.11. Lot f Hlock 232 n_ _____ ___ ___.. -- -- .- T.ckno. --- .68 Ilvllllon of all except 14EyE ot NJ" 1 2. 3 ( .

51 -___ .. ..A.t40___. _._ ____I _____ __ c_ H. Eat. 1.85l.ol Lot I Block 232 -.____.___________ -- -- -- Ossa ... HA ____ .66 1.1. .1. 62. 51. 80. 70. H3. 94. 9V. .!
8 IUnrk 6 _. __ _._._ _ __ u __ 11."ton. J .A ___ u .M2 Lot I Block 232 __ _U__ __ __ __ -- -- -- -- HUKO. Oeo -- .8& 11. 1.. 14. 17. 17 ..d 12819 I 11 8 8t. CloUd D8"el.
mo'k 61 __.__ :: _. __ _. 1.55 I.ot Block 211 _____ _._.__ .. Ooodwln. H P .6.5 opment Co. __
1.11 Unknown .. h.U -- -- -- --
1.1. 2 f.. 4 I. 10. 1 and Bluck "2'0 0_ -_ ._ __ __ 1"0". H. fist. 1.65l.nta Lot 4 Hlock 211 -________--_.,?__ -- -- -- -- OmaKe... H T____ ::85 Lot. I and I. ______ __ _______--_ 1 214 U 10 Cross. F W __ T.II'Z'
2 I" 6 Inc 1 Lot 1 Block 2.1fl \\atera. E .66 Lot __________._.________________ I' 3 6 .lone.. H "___ :
and 8 2.86 (
10 Inc. 211k. 63. __ __ Dlaston H. fiat ------ ------------- -- -- -- -- -
II 0 : Lot'17 ________ ._____ ____ 19 2. 6 L ..
Lot 5. __ . Lot 7 Block 236 .1 ._. leo : u.u_ Moore .11 I"i
: : \f'k mh. --_ -- Johnson_,_Mrs.S _..__ Lot 9 mock 23< :::::::: --...----.----- -._ -., _--. HuRo.Prouer, U E---- :8 Lot 13 ___ __________________________ 18 I 31 6 EII.. I R ___. .11
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- 1.1 Lot 6' flock 237 __ __ ___ Van Dyke. J N ..R Lot IR ____________________._________ 19 11 6 -------$3. :
I Lots t. 8. p. 1(1. \ and III 111k. 54._... __ __ fission. I; J"t. 1.55 I Lot Hlock. 239 n.u. .. --. -- -- -- Ooodwln, H T__ .66 Lot II ______________________________ 19 31 6 Unknown ______ .11 :;
Lot 13 Blork 5. __ __.____ _ ':_ _. __ Nparr. W _u_ .M_ I Lot I 1 and 2 Blo-ck.25-- ----.__--_--- .-_- -, -- -- Aatera, 8 .82 Lot 16 ___----------------------a.-__ 19 1 6 Clark J K ___. .8!
All flocks 6 and 6 ___u__ :: __ __ 11."lon. I. } "t. 7.07 Ix.t 6 Block 254 ------ ---? -- -- -- OasaKe. F__-__ :.66 Lot IR _._______-___u______________ 18 26 6 Turner..E H_._ .8! '(
.1,1 All except 1.t 8 Ilo'k 57 ____ n_--- -_ '__ __ __ I. EBt. 8.4 Lot 10 Block 264 ----.,---?--.-.-------.: -- -- -- Ooodwln I, J P .65 Lot 56 19 36' 21 6 Clark, Mrs A .82' a'Lt '
1.0t" J. 2. 5. 6. 7. p. 1. I and IS Lot l 8 Block 256 --_ --_------ ------ -- "-..., -_-. -- Ooodwln P .- :.66 96 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 19 24 81 6 Unknown _--_:: ,82of

Irk 69 ___ _.___ _._____ __ ._ OI".lon. I. E"t. 2.611 Lot Block 2C4 :::-:..--u-------.-. .. .- LonKnecker, Oeo- 117 _--_________--_,-.--___ --- 19 a 11 6 Unknown ------ .13
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All except I.ot 1 Block ll '-: J- \11"10. } "t. 8.39 Lot I Block 264 ----------,-- -Z HUKO. Oeo .8 1.3 _h_,________ _____.______ I. II 5 Crook C B .
Lots 3 to \ Ine. And I7 Block00. __ .' __ -_ It Eat. 3.02 Lot 9 Block 265 :::::::---,-------..-.--.-..--.-..- -. ?-,.. .-<. ".u., Tecknow A --.-.-. .8 Lot' I.G ____________nnn___:_ I' 1..1 5 Klskadden A.. .1" t"t"J.ot .
Lots 4. I. 10. I. J3. 14. 16. H. 19 Lot 10 Block 265 . . Ooodwln, J P Neml.nle LI.d & J..t Cw'.N.b- .
I _and 20 Block _____nun______ _. __ '__ \"Dlaaton I. Eat. I.IA Lot 6 Block 266 ::1------------- '.?'', f U": .- -- OaaaKe, H T -_- Ulvl.lon or all except 14W54 ot NJ4 1 .r
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lots 1 tn I Ino. .n" l.ta 8. 10 and I Lot Block 268 __ ________ .. . .., .. ZanKllne. r, .8 and W\40 of 8E' and 8E34 or 8W'_ 10 a 3
Block .83 --_-._;-_____. ___---u-. __ .__ __ )1"lIton. II. Est 2.86 f--*-,lt- I I t-tlrt.--,U- -57.ft _u__ ____---.----_--_-_-_'_r. ._- '__ _. _-_ ..-11.r. F_ ..flll_ -r.n'-. I and U .___--_ ___-_ _--_ 10 JO 8t. Cloud'D.vel.
t s 2. 3. 4, D' 10. n. & .nq Lot I Block 273 ____ _.__ ._, _j_ __ __ __ T____ .65 -'op-r-e Co: : I...
16 Block 84 .__. _. .. __ DlaMon, 1{. Eat. 2.96Piaaton I Lot Block 274 ? ? Z : ..' OllllaI, J _ .66 Lot 4 -u______-._________.____________. 20 ,24 3 I 0 1- .2 "
All except Lot 18 Block 65 h___--- ,. __ __ H H. Eat S.39Plaaton Lota 3 and 4 Block-276--------------------- Tecknow A __ .83 Lot 1 __h_______________________ SO a 1 More. L ___ .11'
; All except Lot 1 Block 66 _ou____"__ .. .. _. H Eat 2.31Plaaton Lot 12 Block 276 __--___ ___ _.____ __ __ -_ ._ OaaaKe. H T-_-__ ..66LonKnecker L __ _____ -_n__ _______ ___ 20 I 1 8 A$3
Lots 2. 4. 6, 8, 9. 10. 12, 14 and 16 Hlock 67 ._ .. .. HEat 2.29 Lot 14 Block 282 -----______-_- ____ __ __ _._ __ neo .66 37 ________u____________ _._____ SO 3 Wlllame W T. .52
Lola 4 to I Inc and 10. 12. 1 and 16 Lot 9 Block 287---------------------------------- Oeo ..66Rtllwell Lot 41 __________--____ _1__.._ 24 I .11'
Block 68 -._. __ Plaaton, H, Eat. 2.69Plaaton Florida Fruit sad Truck Lad ('0.'. Lncn..ker. Lot 64 ___ _,_u_____,_________________ 'O I 3 5 Unknown------. It
'I Lots 6, 8. 9, 12, 14 and 16 Block 69 ____ __ -- -- -_ H Eat I.92Plaaton Miib.IMTlr.loB LoU 8. 66 and 80 ___ ______________ 1 36 Fenton J B 1.56Lot .
J L.ia 2 and 4 to 8 Inc. and Lota 11, 12. Lots 7 and 8 Block D _______ ____ I U 10 W J.248" __ -__._______ _____..__ --_ SO S6 6 Fubry C. __._. ..r
.14. 15 and 16 Block 70 ..r__n_____ __ .- -- ., if. Fat. 2.96 ,,1.011 11 and 1 Block BLot _________ ____ 7 1 10 Halley J H Co. S.48 Lot 79 ____________---- -_______...__ 10 S4 SI I Kendlg L.J _. ..1 R
J.OI I to 6 Inc and Lota 7. 9, 11, 12. 7 Block ______ ________00_____ 7 I Z 10 Halley H Co. 1.47 Lot 88 ______________--.----___._____ 10 24 31 1 Nolan 0 _..._. ...
t I. IS and 18, Block 7 ____----___ __ u __ Plaaton, II Eat. 2.96 Lot 5 Hlock A ___--____--__--________ I 10 Sliver, H T _-_ 1.47 Lot 106 ___________u________________ SO 11.1 Way, 8 .____._. .I
, 10 Block .71 _______ __. 00 .. __ :_ Ilavne, J A n__ .8 txjt 6 Block A ._-__n______ 1 I 1 10 SI.rk..l P ____ 1.47 .1..1. L...d Jt l.ve*... (... ".bDlvlalon _
All except Lot 8 Block 73 _- .un.-0 '__ __ __ Dlaaton, 14, fist 1. Lt. 7 Block A ---- 10 U 1 10 Stark, A. B. ___ 1.47 of all fractional ___._.___ 21 18 11
1 Lots 3 and 4 to 16 Inc. Block 74 __._ .0. n Plaalon. H, Eat. S 02 9 lock n --U____ uu_________ 10 1 10 Unknown .._.._ 1.47 Lots 6, S3, 30, 86. 63, 53, 67. 68 and '0._ I II U I 8t. Cloud Development : .
Lots 2. 4. 6, 8. 10, 12.1 and 16 Blk 75._ .. .. Dlaaton. H, Eat 1.92 Lot I Block H --- 10 I 17 10 B A ... Co. _. I...
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All except Ll 3. '7 flock 76 .. _- -_ Plaaton H, Eat. 2.66 Lot Block n __,__-____-__-____---__---_-. 10 II 17 10 P.ton., J ___u_ 1.4. LoU II and 43 --..-T---------------- 11 II 11 30 Whlpple, N E ..' Ll. S
'Lota 1, 2. ,. 7, 8, 10. 12. 14 and 16'x", '.1." . Lots 3 and 4 Block D 10 ,27 10 McLauKhlln, E L 3.48 Lot / ___________._______.-___. -_ 11. 18 II 6 .Morgan. J E.. .'1' 6
t Block 77 w 4tsiaL . ," ". Plaaton.i H. EatDlaatonjHjEat. 2.89Z Lot Block n. ' S9 I,<17 10. Gibson I H .. 1.47 Lota 64 and. 69 ,, II 1 30 Worthington '
I ; Lots 2. 4.. 6. 7,1-----------. .' ,. I.HI) and J4. Blkl78lAIIUUock479andHOBtiBMtaaMir :" .29niaaton J.t '1; k C '- '10 ;,Newton Geo'-...1..7 ,,* ". <.1..<." !l"I W R ._. 146emisol. "
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I.,LVr : -, Dlaston.' H J.t Lot a. ), 12.,* 14TBlock] (J.O' Halley, 4.18Lot.184IPni0'Block.A L.. ......... C..'. 14b.
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,, J.t..I'.ndS.t'rfj Jijnolfttnd I 10t.I' 1.07T" i ) 11' 111 " 8.60Halley.iJ Dlvlalon otS"otLot., i 3,L 1,| I and 14KtOt
Dleelan. Jr, Ellt Ltsd9 andy10 AlockII I H & Co . + n / s 15 86 5
J..I".2.4..6. 8. 10. 1 U. 1 and W' Lots 6,16.17.' 8 BlockB .. == g = 40 Unknown 4.49 Lota S7> 39.i8/61.65< 58. .9. 70. 7.178. i

Hlo'k 82 __,-- Dlseton I. Eat 1.59. LoU*11' and ""121 Block!B 10. Unknown ."; :" I." "87> 89.1? 90 I and. .. 8 26 u *; 70 St Cloud I nevelopment' -
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Lots 1 -to 8 Inc, and Lots lO. J and I . . '1 Lot 4 Block C ____,A.:__ __-4.-"___ I' U 17' 10 Unknown ____:__ 1.47Komal. i- Co. .. ')
flock63 -,_ .. _. a. __ H, Eat. 259 Lot 1 Block li __._._____-_____ _. II 17 10 J 8 ____ 1.47 Lots 56 and 57 ________._________ 26 16 51 10 Barnd. C 8 .... .10
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All except"Lt 9. Block 84 .... u .. __ Plaalon, H. Eat 3 39 Lot 2 Block n ____I la n 10 Marou.ck. J -_ 1..1..1. L.Bd _t l.Te...e.t Cu'.'. ...-
All lUoek 86 ._:.._ __ .. h nl8ltOn. H, Eat.Eal.. 4.1 LoU 8 and 16 Block P -----n-------..____n_____ II 10 Unknown -. 1.4. of SE" of NKK and NH. ofSB
Lota 1. 2. 4. 6, 8, 9 and 10 Hlk 86 ___ .: .. _-.. Plaalon, H, 1\ Lots 13. 14 and 16.Block D _nn.n-- U I' 1 1 10 Unknown __u_- 360 I __ --___-___--________u__,-- 20 24. Jl
1.01. 1 to 21 Inc Block 87 _____ _. Plaalon. H. Eat 8.3 Lot 4 Block C __ __ 17 26 10 Unknown _u___ Lot. 66. 67, 78, 79 80, 8. 84, 93, 94
Lola i''l: and 12 Hlk. 88. -- -- -- -- Plaaton, H, Eat I.ol 9 Block CLot _____ ___._____________ n .f 2 10 Bailey D C-- 1.4 1.4: and 96 ______.n____ __ ______ __ I I 1 SS St. Cloud Development .
Lola I Inc and 14 d8 I 1 Bock D ___ _--_ __ 10 Fla Fruit & Co. ., 1.0'
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Hlock 89 ._ n.u.. o.. .. .. .- Dlaaton. H. Eat 2 96 2 2 T. Land ..... ....d .".. .. r.
Lots 2. 4. 6, 7 and 1 to 16 Inc Blk 90 .. .. __ -_ Dlaaton, H, Eat. 2.29 Lot 9 Block A --___________________ U 2 n 10 Penn h'd 1.7 Dlvlllion or HJ4. ,,ot NB14 and 'wH"of
Lo'.2. 4. 6 7, 8, 11; 11, 12, 14 and, 16 Co. ___ -_ NEH and SJ' and NEK of NWVi. 2
Hlock fll ; -._ .. __ __ rPI..lon., H, Eat. 251 11.011 7, 8 and 9 Block B _--____--_--_ U U 1 3(1 Unknow. ___ 1.10 1.7 Lot S. 4. 5. , 12. 18. 14, 19, 21, 2K, I I
All except Lots 3, 5 and 7 Block 92 _- .. .. .. __ II".Ion. H. EatEat.. Lot 1 Block BLot ___u.nuhU__ I. 2 IU 011..1 A uo._ 1.4 80, 35, 50 63. 66, 77. 80, 81. H. 84.
Lota 2, 4. 6. N, 12, 14, 15 and 16 Hlk 93 .. .. 1).lIlon. li.Dlaaton. . 1,92 8 Block C --____._________ I. 17 10 8 ____ __ 1.4 86. 96, 97, 98. 100. Ill. 112, 1 125,
Iota 2, 4, 6. M, 10. II, 12, 13, J and 16Hlock Lot 13 Block I n -u.- 328 27 to Harris I F J 126. 127, 18 u_____ ______________ 27 11 St. Cloud Development .
94 _...__ ._ .. .. 0._ H, Eat 2.69 Lot 9 Block A :_:::::::::::::::::::: .85 26 27 10 Crammer( 8 K. U I 10 Co. __ 14.Iff

Lola 2.3. 4. 6, 1. 8, 10, 12 and| 1 Hlk 95 .. _. .. __ Dlaaton, H, Eat 2.29 Lot 4 Block I --___ .____________.. II 25 27 10 Jar,.d. J n___ 1.47 Lots 8 and 94-----------------------. .7 U 1 10 Long. 0 W __..
Lola 1. 2. 4. 6. 8, 10, 11. 12, 1. 15 and Lot. 5 Block nuun_________ 1 2f Z 10 Fields Realty Co 14 1..1..1. I.... d l.v..t..1 ( .'. "" 1.1
'1. Block 96 .-______ ____ _. Pisalon H, Eat 291 Lot 4 Block C ----_________________ 35 10 Fla Fruit & or Lots I. I. 3. 4. .5. Rn"40 '
All except Iota 1 and S Block 97 .. .Dlaaton H, Eat Land. Co. ____ 1.77Wblttlejr. }; ot NW' and HW' ot NSVy29 II
All Blocks 9K lo 101 Inc .. .. u __ l'I.lIlon. H, EHtEat. 7.SO Lola. U. 60.. h. 7. 81. 1 9. nUU__ U 26 St'p
Lola 2, 13 and 18 Block 102 _ .- .. ._ plaatoni H, 119 Lot 7 Block 18 ___--.-__ __ ___ __ __ __ __ .. Hodges B A __ .65 1 1 opment Co. .. LSI t
J..I 2. 12, 13 and 14 Block 103 .. .. .. u PI..lon. H.Dlaalon Eat B.al Lou 7 and 8 Block 19 ___._ __ ___n __ __ -, StalllnKB. M A__ 7.80 Lots 10. 2\. 22, 2. and I _____._.0. 29 U U Tech out, AN.. I.U
niocka 106 and 107 ____u._ .. -. h II, Eat Lot 1 Block 19 _____,__________00____ __ __ : __ Thompson, 8 __ S.29 Lot .U ______________.__________ ___ 19 II I Hughes, H K.t2
Florida Agricultural I'o.'. "ub-I>lTl. Lots to 12 Inc. Block 20 __ __ __ _- Baaa. W C ____ 2.66 Lot 7 ____ __________________ U 3 Flarln J -----$2'
r alasof -.-_ 33 231 0 Lots 1 to 12 Inc Block -I.Z.IIIIIII __ .. .. Urawdv, I. B __ 2.66 1.01 10 and l2l --.______--__ _--_ 19 2S 1 1 I George, .BE, ,. 1.1"
Lola 3 and 1 and all bal. WH Hoc Lota 1 to 6 Inc. Block 24 n_____h"_______ ._ __ ,_. .. Love R V _ 1.6S J..d .... _.. ('o'a .. -

.B, nol platted -_ 32 25 U 145 Plaalon H, Eat 1729 Lot 12 Block 24 __--__________--_____ _. '_ __ ? Rrawdy, L B .. .65 of all except.Rya of 8V'4of'SE54 '
Lot t ____ -_ ._._ _."___".___ 33 25 10 Moore, Max ._. 1.92 Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Block 32 --____..._--_ __ 0--. __ .. Prawdy, L B __ 2.68 ______________________ io U 3 .
Lot. 12 feaa land owned by L U Zimmerman 3 Lot. 1 to 12 Inc. Block 42 _r_____ __ __ '__ __ O'Berry, Jim .. 266 Lots 8 and 101 __________u__--___ SO 1 10 St Cloud Development

\ __.--__________ 32 25 31 6 Hoffman II H.. 2.96 LoU 1 to 12 Inc. Block 43 ______ou__.___ __ __ __ .w Berry, Jim __ 3.66Lots Co. .. 1.49
.i Nareooaaec 1 to 12 Inc. Block ____._...___. __ __ __ .. O'Berry. Jim __ 266 Lots I and 1 _______un____._ 10 I 3 10 Pavla, F R :.. tall
:, Lot _____._ ___.______________ I 25 3 10 Moore, Max ... 1.92 Lots 1 to 12 Inc. Block ___.--_ ___ __ __ __ _. O'Berry Jim _. 2.66 I.ot 111 and ,_________ __, _______ 110' 1 10 Oovlle. H .. 1.1'
I Lot 1-. 8 25 6 Sabo, J _ -- I.88 KeBuevllleLot l.t 43 ___n___._.._____., ______..._ 30 18 I .

H Lot I-------------------------------- 8 25 3 4 Pavla, E C ____ 1.19I.ot 6 Block 17 ou______________ __ __ __ .- Prawdy L B __ .82 o W ________ 1.11
: 12 ___,__,..----- 8 3 H..nd.rllon. A W 7. 1 Lot 16 Block 17 _______________N-----------? art..r..l H ___ 18.83 Lot 53 __un_______________________ 30 18 1 I R.evea E .. .. ..
and 16 ______________ ____u_ 23 4 Llllle, C _.__ 1.1 All Block 39 n ____nn___________ __ __ __ .. White, John ... .82 Lot 88 __ ________________________ 10 18 1 5 Ross, f I M ..!_. .8.
J.t 1 1_______________ _________ ______ I 2. 3 I Ooodwln. P __ Lot 3 Block 46KUi.lHn.ee______._________ _n_ __ __ __ __ Spencer, I ____ .82 lot 90 ______________________________ 10 241 5 Walden J ..1
J.t Ln' 21 ___ A SK 3 6 )ICofher. J A O__ 1,19i Park Lot 1(10 _____________________________ 30 18 II Haines, Wm$2
: Lot N. 27' : __::nnunnnnnn:::::::::::::::::::::: 16 25 10 *: Frank:: I T-rt fU Block 9 __ __ __ 1U Rrncrcr.. Z T- Jr__ 1.02 Lot 102 _____ ____-__ -___.__. -___ 30 18 11 5 Birch. J .It9emisol.
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Lot _________nnuu_______ 15 3 1(1 Mltsel. E R ____ Lots 1 and a Block 8 ________________ _. __ 10 HU"II"I..l W __ 1.18 Vlvlllion of .U except Nye ot NW' .
Lots 4 to Ine. ot N\40 ot NW" _00___ 1 25 3 Tecknow A.___ 5.80 Loll 10 and 1 Block 10 ((1916) ______ __ __ IU ___ 2.99 ot NJ' _ _____ ___ _ 31 2S .1
1, LoU 8 9.1 and 15 ot S' or NW'4 3 a 10 and Block 10, _s----------------- 10 Unknown ______ 2.29 Lots I. 1. U. 39, U, U. 66, 5. n. 7H.

and LOl 1 and N' of Lot _____ U Evans. R ___ 19.13 Lot 7 Block l' ________ _________. __ __ __ 2. Unknown ,__n_ 101 81. V5..88. 17. n, 105. 10. ill.
S" ot Lot 21 ____________2____ __ 11 2 3 5 Evans H 1_ __ 1.86 Lot 7' mock 1 __--__- -_--_: __. __ :;- Kline. B ___h_ II and 1& ___________u__--_ 31 2 I !0 St. Cloud n".I-
-, Lot __________________ ______ 1 3 1(1 Rmlth. J IL & K 6.96 Lt 1 Block .1 ______._ n_______ __ .__. __ 1% Unknown ______ 1.02 9.14
Z. .2 and N\40 ot Lot tt _______ 1 2 25 Goodman J P__ 4.11 Lot 1 Block n________--_ _______ : __ __ ' Stratman Cha.. 927 Lot 1 _____________________mm_ 31 l 1 5 Kendall,tIC :: .22
J.t _____________ __ -_ 15 3 10 A F_ 1.91 Lot Block 1. ____ -___.__________ __ __ 6 Ntratman Chas 1.111 Lt 18 ____ __------__-------________ n 5 Pehn U (__ .111
lot & _--_____--_ -___ ____ 1 3 6 Z..nlltln. ., .1 M 1.19 Lot 10 Block J6 _____________________ __ __ __ & Cab.V J ____ 138 Lots :o and 29 ---____________._____ II 26 11 10 Ealar C A 1.1'
i, Lola 21 .and I ____ "_________,______ 1 2 3 20 Little. F 0 ____ 29.85 lot 6 Block 17 ___ --________--_____ __ __ __ 5 Earl. J I( ____._ 1.31 Lot 000 _____.__ ____?_____ 11 28.1 I nhO.d..l! A-- .I!
." 9 and 0 or Lot 8 u__________ 20 3 2(1 WhIted. S L __ 37.10 I.ot 1 Block 11 ___u____ ________ __ __ __ 5 Kline. JJ n_____ Lt I. ______-_ _____n___ .._ ._. --_ 11 28 11 I Unknown -------$2 1
+ Lot J.t.6. __ __S._ -__ -____ -_--_ 2 3 5 Baxley. C 1L___ 1.19 Lot 1 Block 111 u__.____.___,_________ __ __ __ 5 Strait _n__ 1.IM Lot 17 ____._________________ .x. ..__ 3 II 11 Nnyder F C ?_ .81
.1 E.4 'I Lot 27 ______________________ 1 2 Whlt"d. 1 _ 9.64 Lots and 16 Block 19 ____________ __ o __ lU SIl"' Z T .lr I.U Lot 93 __________________________;____ 11 I Poole E .1 ___._
7 lots 1. I. 18 and _________________ 2 1 : L __ I S Lot 5 Block 20 nn__________________ __ __ __ 19 .. U T __ 1.1 Lot 19 --- ------------ ____________ 31 28 1 Wllllam.. B F._ .111.
Lots II and 10 --_2__ __ --___-.__ __ 2 25 1 20 .lordan. J. A____ Lots 1 and 4 Block U __ _nu______ __ __ __ ,10 Unknown ___ Lot Ifl _______________________.___ ._ 11 18 1 I Ropp W .1 ____ .8!
J, I Ion and u_ ___________ __ 25 1(1 Llltle. F. l).___ 11.49 Lots I and I Block 2.0 _______.___ __ __ __ 11 Unknown ______ 129 I.t 12 ______________________________ II 28' Unknown ______ .8a
J 1 Lot 1._ ___2-- ___----_ ____________ I 15 3 10 Young. 8 W ___ 5.98 lots 1 Ind 16 2 n________ __ __ u 10 Eddie. W 1._ __ 2.U lot. 17 u.n____________ __ _,- 1 I 1 I Kingsbury .8a
, Lot __-_-____ ____hUu__ 15 3 10 'V C__ Lots I 4 Block Z_____________.__ __ __ __ 10 Unknown .____ 1.29 1..1.01.I.... & I..t t'o.'a ".. W.
,,1 Lot 5 _._ _-__ _ ________ 2 25 8 10 ZanRln. J ____ 1.9 1.9 Lots I and 3 Hlo..k ________________ __ __ __ 10 }-ranlforl. n I' 2.29 ot all ._ __u___ ____ 2 a8 U
old Towa o' Nareoo.see. 2 8 Lots 15 and II Block 24 ____________.__ __ __ _-. 10 _____ 2.29 Iota 5. I, 9. 1.1.. 1. 1. 28. 37. n.:31.U. :

a Lot 9 Mock A ___ ________________ __ __ __ __ Barrier R ____ .82 Lot 1 Block ------------------------I __ __ 5 Unknown __n 131 4. 41. 61. 89. 75. 8. t
Lot 18 Block C __0_-__ __.---------- __ ._ __ __ l.rrl.r. R ____ .82 Lots 1. 10. I and 15 Block 26 ________ __ __ '1 Krlti. A ru. n__ 82. \ 13 ----- _-- --- 3 2 U I' 8t. Cloud BevelopmentCo.10.17-
Lot Block ______ _______u____ __ __ __ __ R _0 __ .83 lots 1. I 3 Block 'S --_--___--____ __ __ __ Unknown .n___ 1.11
Lot 1 Block f ______________________ __ __ __ __ 'Barry. R __ __ .MI Lot 2 Blo'k 27 --------------------------0 __ 2\40 Unknown .n___ 102 l.t 25 __.-----m--- ________ I I U 1 W . J _---_:: :$t
18 and Block E ____________ __ __ __ __ Baxley. C l n_ J.65 Lot 14 Block a7 ________0 ___________ __ __ __ 6 Unknown .__ I. ------- ----- --------____ 11 1 Hampton. A P.- .11
; !. J.ot. 1.Block F 1__ _-____________ __ __ __ __ }tarry. R ______ .82 11.4.8 Site Lot 85 _nn------.______ II IS .1. Prank 'V E __ .
I Block I __0___ ____ _______ __ __ __ __ Rlmonllon. E .82 Lot 4 Block n _______h____ ___ ____ __ __ __ 1 feardorf M J__ .82 Lots 77 and U _h---n_____ I. 26 11 10 Youn C 8 ____ 1.1.
J.t Lt 8 Block I- -u-------------- __ __ h __ Barry R ___.-- .9. Lot 8 Block (_______ ___nU_ ____ __ __ __ 1 Stowera. (A .82 l.t 81 ___ ________________________ II 86 11 5 Unknown ______ .1
, Lot I Block J _________ ___________ __ -_ -_ __ Itarry R __ .82 I.t 9 Block _______nnuu __ __ __ 1 Sanford JJ K 6.60McCool'a Lt I. ._ -__ nn__ ____________.__ S3 16 11 1 Baker 8 C ____ .81
Lot 8 Block.M _____ _uu_______ __ __ __ __ Barry. R _____ ..442a Addllo. to Klsslmmee I .rk' Lot 111 ____._________________u_.___ .a 86 .1 Ko.nl..l F ___ .82
Lot U Block M _____ _______________ __ -- -. Campbell B__ .81 Lot 5 ___________nn_____ __ __ 1V. Rtratman. (has_ .Aa Lot .--- ------ -------------.- II I' 1 1 .7._ .81
J 8 Block N _____ _________ ___ __ __ __ __ Rarry. R .82 Lot 8 Block. 11 ______________u______ __ '_- __ 8 8tratman. 'Cha.._ 1.38 N._i.ole Lad ...... ('a'. 8abDlvislon I .
lot J.t 6' Block 0 ____ __ ________.___ __ __ __ __ Barry R _----- .82 T...... (i47. East Dlvlsio.- ot 'all fracll except F' ofNEy
; ___ __ __ R ___ .111 Lots I and __ H W Thurman.fist. or Canal and 8' ot __ U
Lot I Block Q ___u______ ____ B.rry. 7 Bock 1 _- -- ------ -- -- -- 1) I, I I
Lot 6 Block R __________-________-_ __ F- -_ Rarry. n _--___ .83 _____-:_ I.U. Lots 28. 13. 51. 68. 17. 78. . 90.
i j Lot Block X _____________________ __ __ -- -- Dale E _u____ ..flI Lots 8 and 9 Block 4 ________________ __ __ __ __ J W Thurman .\ 9 and 108 ________ :_u___. 55 26 1 .2 8t. Cloud Ievelopment -
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\I Lets I.New 8 and 1 Block 100 _?_______ __ __ __ __ Oaeage. H T __ I.Oa 'll' Fly. .. Tract.- Lots 11 and 75 ----- ___.____________ I.I I' .1 10 Baum H 0 .__. 1.1.
) 1 Block JOO _______.__,____________ __ -_ -_ -- Unknown _____. .85 Lots 9 to [ Inc, Block 1-------------- __ _._ __ 4 I W Thurman Lots 4. 4. 11 ____ ------------- II I 1 10 Bundy P M __. 1.1 '.
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Lot 9 Block 101 __-----.i---------___ __ __ __ __ HUlo.0..ag4 H T _._ .85 Lot 1 J5 ____. ________________ _- __ __ 5 Myer., 8 _______ 1.07 iot 5. -_ ___________________________ II I' 11 1 Unknown ______ .82 .
q Lot 5 Block 1 _____..,____________ __ -- -- .- A ____ 661I Lot I Bock 1. _____________________ __ __ .- I Barrl.. E L1.07Florida Lot 60 __________.-___--.. ._________ IS I' 11 Kimball I M._ .111 :,.'
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Lngnecker. 0..0 ..66q Dr.i.ed L..d Ce.h Lot 65 __ __,' ____ II 18 II I Reynolds. J.814',;
Lot Lot Block I Block 107 6-----------------------------_______._____________ _. -_ -- -- 00odwln .1 P._ .85 sloe N.. a- 11..0.- l.t. 807 and 107 _________________. II 18 1 10 Buckner W'T'' __ 1...
Lot I Block 107 ._____________________ __ -- -- -- Loncn.ek8r, 000 ..66ri Lot 6 Block l _____u_______-_____ __ __ __ 10 Unknown ______ 8.18 101 and 10. _________ __u______ I. I 1 10 WhIt. N R ._- 1.1. '
Lot 1 Block 107 ____________________ __ -- -- Osage. H o ___ .5 Lot 7 Block 1 ____ ___________ __ __ __ Unknown ___ 1.47 Lts 101 and J05 ____________u____ U I 1 10 Kent N. A ___._ 1.1.
Lot 8 Block 111 ______________________ __ Tecknow A ___ ..66g Lts 1. I. a ,and 4 Bloc-__________ __ __ ._ 40 Unknown ______ 8:54: 6erlsol. L..d .....t.t c. CubDlvlalon '
art Lot 1 Block ____._________ ______ -- -- -- -- loodman H P__ .85 Lot I Block I __.-____________________. __ __ ._ 10 Unknown 1.1. ot all _____________________ 4 aT 11 '.'
Lot 8 Block 14 _._____________._______ _- -- -- Ossags. H T---- .85 Lot Block I ________________________ __ __ 10 Clark 0 0 et al Lots 1. 10. 11. 19. .5. 47. 61. '5i I'. 81. .
.,. Lot 6 Block lit _____._______.---N.- -- -- .- H.Co 0.0. .85 Lot. 1 to 10 Ino.. Block' ___________. __ _. s100 Unknown ._____ tl..3 7. 79. 8. 96. 17. 99. 101. 101. 1. 11. /,
f. Lot I Block __.________________.__ __ -- -- -- J P __ .,/ E\40 Lot I Block I __________________ __' r.1 __ 0 Unknown --- 1.60W54 11.11.11.15, U' and U' ____ .4' I I UO '.8t. Cloud D".t-.1. .y

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: 6 JI..r".h.V L .*J't' Lot S3 _____ ._. .. .._ _.. .. / > 10 6 |Ic' u _-- .. "
Lot 22 J._..-.-....-..-.-.-..--...__.--. 4.21 31 .__ S3 26 Snyder, F .. .IllSO 1 '
lot 28 .....,..--..-' ,...,,.,.., 4 27/ SI 6 Mason: C H ..'. ..X2.K2 lx n 40 .11. 56 and 71 _______,____' 21 26 80 J 8 .. 1.91 8..1. Laud a ........ C. Sub. 9
I I lot S6 .-...___u____-----4 27 31 5 Axton, W 8 ... Lotlx 74 -.---..__- .. ,-i-__ .. 21 26 30 6 RiDonovan, T P.. .81 Ulvlalon ot all __ _______ ____ _- 1 '7 ,,80 "i
''t. lot 17 -... ,.4 27 ..81 6 John C _____"I .*2HI >t 78 T"I 22 2..0 fi Krlbba, W ____"I .81 Lola I. .. 1. I. 17.' 10. I'. 15. 211. 27, "
lot 49 .-_-,--,------ 4 27 IIlota 6 :Marshall H N.. ? LotL 105 ...___. . _-_______ 22 26 30 C Knoot. H __ _"I ..S3fi 2H, 80, 1 a.. 40. 44. 42. 48, 45.
1' 51 and 60 .--.- 4 27 81 10 Hoffman, H __"I 1.19 .........01. Lard A ..*.*...... <".... "..b.IIvlxlon 46,49, 62. 66, 67, 60, 61, 63.6.8., 88, V ..."1 :
I '. Lot 66 End 71 ______u_________'___. 4 27 '< 10 Prone, C A hh 1.10 of. all except NK 4c< 8\V 23 26 30' 119. 111, 14E. 84. 85. 8.. .7. . /. 96,

Q :, F I lot 124 -... 4 27/ 31 6 Unknown __ __ . .81 I lot II ___ .__ _--_______--___ ._ .. ____ .4. 23/ 26 80 "'hlt..O H ,... .82 1.111 4 101.126 108.and' 109 121. 111. 1..__115 :16. O"vel
": \ r .n.l..!e Wad A !........< (...'. Nob.Ulvlalon I I I of all *__hUU'.- 5 27 3.1 LolaLot 28 and 37 _________.h_?__.____ 23 26 80 10*. Campfteld S 8_ .81 Lot 61 11 27. II Unknown ':__u ..2O
2' lot 1. 6. 41, 7. '10, 18, 21, 80, 84, 38, a9. 41 I 40 _nu- -_____-------__.-__-_ 23 26/ 30 fi Unknown _...__ ..82fi Iota 79,--and- ---116---. .--.-------------_ II 27 KO la holm I ('", J---- 1.65 '
I 40, 42. 47, 60. 17, 7$, 98 96, *7, 99. Ixit 41 __ ___u.u.1.u______ 23 26 30 Unknown __ u__ ..82B lot 93 _8_ ___ ----_-- -_-__--__--\_--- 27 80 Ii U$3 ".
1 I \ 103, li 9. Ill, 126 and 127 __-' -- 6.111 31 130 Pt Cloud'' tI.v..I.l Lot 60 .______________...____.___.___ 28 26 30 Palmer, J _____ ..83fi I.ot lOa __________.__- ______- _u '_-_-_ J 30 Ii lO ..it'N oa h .BS.' '
opmont. C... _. 10.$0 Lot 52 -..______.-._-._______:.__ 23 26 SOso /Splcer M 13 ..... .82 S.ml.ole Laud -1......_.. (....._ 1 2 "I.
I lota 23 And 26 uuuu_....._ ,.- R, 21 Si 10 Itlul.KUKh. Ii .. J.III lots 65 and, 7/-------------------6-. 23 26 14) Unknown ....__. LIP 1lvl..lon{ ot _. ___ lab__ .90Lot. .
I Lot 37 -...,-.:-. __ 6 27 81S B WarliiKi. M"I. .*,1r 2/, Lot 4Lot __ ___ ________._____.n___..____ 23 26 80 5 Unknown ._____ .89 24 and al_ __" "_.-..___-u__ ___.____ 1 2 38 J 0' Ht. Cloud Develo'tment ., \
: lot 60 ---....J--.V.' ..... . '- nl J t Kolibln. J J -- apE= lot .I . __ ___ __'-_ .___--______________ 23 26/ 30 fi Unknown ---.__ .81 -- - -- 1 17 Co. 1.19Lot
r i lot 66 .-..._-_-_.--5 Love, K G ...-e : 1A4ti't ____ _________uu_________ 23 26 30 5 Unknown ...___ .82 12 27 30 'Ii P1 k, fit :_:: ::8
,I Lot 71 and 74 .-.--- t.27 al 10( l'renmer U T_ 1.19 K'5' ----------u__,. 23/ 26 80 6 Unknown __..__ .82 lot r6---------------u_.u------_ ____ la ao .5.llnaa. Tie l__ __
149--------------------------j'_ B C7 -II B Unknown____ .C2 lest 119 ______ ______..___..___?_- __ _ 23 26 30 6 Unknown ...... .82 Lot 60 .. "__ i27 1/1/ ao "... A -__"I .81 '
1! KJ. 110 and IIS ___1.. 6 \7II! 10 )Ilackerntt I O VIHefendurf. 1.19 L..t 120 ___ ._ ._________ '__.__u 2a 24 SOMUlHlon fi /Simpson. \Vm..82. Lot --.- --..------- ----.------ -----. I ao 'I Sulllvanr'H., H A .81 \
I Lot Z12------------------------------- 1X7\ 81 fi \ A"I ..82St. 1.0U5; -u___________._ 23, ,26 30 .5 Harnath, J A ,!.. ,82./ Lot 698 ---.- --- ----.---. ---.-_-.------ 1 I /Sharp. \t' L'._"I.__ ..81 "
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..f. all -.-..-. C 27 3.1 of all ______....A. _______ 24 26 30'< Lola 98 and_ _n___-?_________u"_ I 21' JO', 1'19 .1
Lot 8. II, 16 1 21. 24,' 35. 36. .,. 45-' Bl 1, .' Lots 3, 6. 9. 10. 11. 12. 17. 22, ,, 33. 26, 27, lot .9/ ,-------..-.---- 18 27 = 6 ltoaxqu/se: I 'I "I:: :.142Lot .
75. 76. *6, *2. K6.. 97. 112 113.. ll U. 120, 29/R. 66, 75 and 78 .__._____T.. 220 30 85 St. Cloud Development .IIO.------------. _?__-_______,__ J2 27 an Ii .Unknown' __u__ .97
j, : 121. 124/ arid 128 .?-..-. 6"\\27 3,1 IIS ,. Cloud 1).1.pm'n' (:o. .. 7.10 Lot 11 ____-_ ________.________ 12 1/7/ ao .5 Hart, I U E "'142
.. roo "I, 9.811 Lot; 7 __ _____,,_________-_____._--_____ 24 26 30 5 Unknown ._._., .81 Lot _h___________:_U______"...._, .2 27 au I Iluatua, A \V-- ::83
''I Lot 7 and 10 .... .....___ II 27 SIfl 10' Kounaerell, R, I.U Lot 33 ___ ________.._-.__._._.______,- _4 26 30 6. Unknown ..'.*...* .82 Scml.ole1..rd aI.vealmr.t ('o'a Sub- ,
lot JB/ ----_- -_... ---- 27 31 6 nkr, M A ._ ._ ,1 b2 Lots 49 and 64Lota _"__-______-._-_-_____ 24 2' 80 10 Khoadea. C H' ._ 1,191O 1'h'I.lon of all _____u,".:.. _? I 27' 30. y''
I Iou 60 and 79 .....-. R 37 81 10 l IOVII.: J J ?. : .. 1.19 50, and 63 :___-_._..-;..__-__.u__ 24 26 80 Graham. F 101". I.JIIl..ou LOla 1.3.4. 13. 16.16. 19.21111. ao, 22. 37, '
r I Lola 83 ami 94 .,..-0. 27 81 le Allen K K ? 1.19 62 and 61 __--______-______.___-- 24 26 30 10 Axllne,, J"I 119 a8. 1111. 42., 44.R. 511. tO.; 965. 140, "
Ixtta. 86 and 91 .' -.,.____._._ II 27 81 10 liltihop It F .__ 1.IH lot 67 __ __ .______._______..;___-.-____. 24 26 30 6 Fuhry C ._._T. .82 81. 82. 89. 116. '7.10.. J02. 104, J08.
I Lola 110 and 115 -->-- -,-.,*- 6' 27 3(, 10 Allen, .K K ___. 1.19 Lot 9Ixit __ __ .________'_________________ 24 2 0. 80 6 Klnor T .__... ,82 109. 10, 112, J 1. 9, 10. 121. .
I I ......1. Laud A laTenlaieal (...'. "ub.Iilvlalon 77 ___ __________:_-_:._______..._..____ 24 26 SO 5 Nelen H -..--- .82 1243. 17 And In __I ,,,______ _13._._- I 2f 30 215' St. Cloud Uoyel.
1 .1 . of all'--------------------; 27 '31 Lot 9 _. _"I___ --.::..--.----.-..------------ 24/ 26 ,30 6 Moon N E __-. ..SIS ol.m..nCo.. __ IL75la .:
lota 1 8. 9. 1&. 16, 17. 829, 81. 32. 34.3A. ', Lot 95 _...-'___,-----.---_-.-_...______- 24 26 30 Unknown ......, ..82S L o 5 and 1 __-------.y---...- JS 27 80: JO Cary V ._" 2.19, .i
I 40. 41. 44 to 64 Inc. and Lots B6, 69, ,. Ix.t 98Ixit :: __ 24/ 26 30,, \ Puffer M R:I ... ..82S Lot 1 ___.. _..------?--. --?- -- Ja 27 ao I tlnklo..n ___ _.. .142 .
't 60, 70, 76; tO, 86, 103 104 and 12U_... 7 27 31, Ft. Cloud Development !, 108'------------------------: --. 24 26 80 Eaton .W H --I' .81 Lot ____.___.__.-.__.. ______-__-____ 1 27 ao I IllmRn,. A j_ .IIZ
.. USB Co _. ,1348Unknown Lot 116 __ ___.u __.___.-_-_-_-_._______ 24/ 26 30 S Morrlaon J H.. '.X2 Lot 81 ____ ___________.________?.- .._ :7 30 Harmond. 1 II : .
\ lot. .17----u-----*-;_.. :: 7 27 11 ',r' --p,-. .l 141 l lr. Lot 117 .----,,-.:._-___-__-______-_.___. 24/ 26 30 6 Morrlaon. ,.... '..82Dlvlalon %._... Lad aluvratrcal (. Sub.Ilvlalon .
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I Ulvlalon'of all Fractional ._____.___ 8 21 31txita i ,. .f all ____ __.. ____ 2a '26 ao Lou a, 81, 5J, 1. 70, 76. 107 and 10" 2 30 (0 SL Cloud 0..1oimen' :
9, S, 4. 6, 7, 8, 10, 13, .14, 16, 20. 32/, ; Lou (. 13. ao, a7. U. -60. 64.--7.11.- -83. (0. __ 3.60
23. 26. 27, 10, 12, 14. 15. 36 and 63..__ 8 27 11 .100 SL Cloud DPV'el 114. 16, 108. l09. JlO, JI' and 124u__ 2I 28 30 lIa St. Cloud Devel Lot. '4 and IS _U"h__________ 1 I 110 JO Ja. 1.19'
'I. OPI.nl rt\ -- ,8.411. opm.nt Co 1.30 Iota 1 1 and 10__? u.u_ ___ 1 30 1 lark, J K L61
'f' .. ________________ ___________?__ 8 27 31 ', 6 Nlehula? W l'"I ,142/ Lot 1/(1/ ._._____.________ ___ ________ 25 2. 30 5 Young. J A _._?_ .8' Lot : 110 Stnrae. J I __ .
'. lot 28 _,_______.____________ _,-_ 8 27 31 6 11RWwln ___0 .n 1.0'a 86 and u .. 26 2. 30 Oumm.nt.. ___ 1Iot .19 lot 1/2/ _---oo--------u._______________ _______.-__ 14 17 30 \\'egane, A__ .8t
/ ) VmlBvIe La.d A iBvratmeBt. ('0.'w "."- T.. 411 __ .___/5----___ 26 1/6/ 30 16 n.orlC", T J____ .112 lot 27 ___?__________ _.u__ 1 / 80 Ii \KRnd. UV_ .8! n
Dlvlalon of All __.______ .. *. _u_ 127 11lota 1441 64 __ __ .__ ___._n_._______________ Z6 '26 30 /oI'.ph.n..on./ Ot- 1.2 Lol. '41 and 56. _., -uu.u---- 1. 27 ao J( 10wRrd. J C _"I 1.114'Iot'64
: t 6. 14. 19 20, 24. 26. 29. f0. 38, 3*. LOl 611 __ __________u_________ _______ 1/5/ 26 30 6 'lrebau"h\V I .82 --_____-_______ -_______ 1 21 80 .148' '
41. 48. 48. 63,'64. 66, 6h1.7. 58. 60, 62; I.ol 86 __ ______ ____u_______..._._ ____ 1/5/ 26 -30 Ii Ballard 11 ___"I .112 Lot 66 _____ _u_______ _______. n. 305 //oIhren. I. I _"I __ ,82
1'1 69. 70, 71, 72. 73. 74. 75, 77. 78. 79 8.1to Lot 117 25 26 .410 Ii Unknown ..."u'__ .82 Lo. 69' and 76 ___._.. -: 1 n an 10 Smith. G. _u_ J.U '
9Inc.. 9', 98, 100. 101 103. 104, 1..0' 1111 _.u---------------------u-_______.___n.__.___u_:..._ 25 2. ao 6 ('ool..)'. A Nu__ .sa Lot 71' .__ n?____?____.____ --y-_ 17.0 .6 Jones. 1' (- ___"I ./2
10B, 109, 111. 113 115 to 126 Inc.... 9:7 11 U5 SI. Cloud Uevelopment lot Jll _______.________..___.__u____ 25 26 311 Ii Key F S ______ .82 Lot 74 _u______ __.__ ... ._-- 14 6 Jonee. 1( L u._ : i
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Co: :: SL.Ra 4I' . Lot 711 ____ .____ .__________ _____ 1 27 30 6 lnkno..n ___ ___ .8 .,
I Lot 1 __--...____--____._--____'.._--".- 9 "< "31 N Eorhler. 0 C .'2 S.ml..le' laud a Iav..trp.4___ ___ ( ._. .__Sub.Ulvlalon 26-20 30 lot. 8 and 114 _--_ --__ --_ :_____ 1 21 30 1.1. Kmlh, J ___ ,1.U (
of all ___ '
Lot 11 ______________ ;___ ______ ____ ._ 9 27/ SI 6 N'entworthll It .1i2 h 116 28 30 U SL Cloud Development Lot ----u.u_ 21' 30 II \V J u._ .98'
1 Lot 16 ________ _____ ______ _u____ 9 27 SI Ii Unknown ______ ..H2I Iola 12 21, 22, 24 an----- 2.59 1.0' II' ____u___________- __._______ I27 80 5 Kln"RI. J S _'_ .KI:
I Lola 46 and 61 _____i---.______n__.:._ 9 27 31 10 'l'nknown -u__. 1.19lot 211 21' 110 JO Baum" H tjo:_:: 1.19: Lot 104 ____________..__.___.________.. 14 1/7/ ao 6 l1'aY, (lea __ .82'
Lola 3 and 14 :: ______..____________
Lot ___
\ 60 _1------------------------- 9 27 31 5 Hart. J 9'. __n_ .1i2 26 30 10 Cary V I. __ I.U II _n_____on___ n_____ 1 1/7/ 30 I .Carter Ida ----X 2
\ Lot 67 _____--_ _____. ______--________ 9 27 31 6 1lnk..own __h.- .112 Lot Lou 23 20 _and____ :9____nu_________.__-_u_.-_.._-- 1/6 26/ 26 ao' Ii lieorge Ed __00_ .til// Lot -- --__ ____-_---_--______ I 1/1/ 110 I \\'orl..y, H A .__ .83'
Lot 88 ...-___--_________________ __ ___ 9 27/ SI- Ii l'nknown ___.s_ ,112 .-------- .- 2. 26 110 II Unknown ___ "I_ .82 H..I.ol. laud A I.ve.tme.l'o.'a SubUlvlalon .
Lot 108 ____ .________ ______,__..___.__? 9 27, 31 1\\ Unknown -"__. .1i2 lot Imo 66 99 _andIt_________-_--__.__._.__.u._______________________ 211 26 311 10 Unknown ____u__ I.J9 Lola J. tit 9.ot 34.a"36._17___J9____"_ _____ Ii 21 30 V
I ...... I. I.... a I........... c...... Sub:' Lot liS -------d------' - u 26 26 30 6been. I. ______ ..HI 26. 29. ao '0.7 \Ine.. I/O./ 1. 2a. 24, ' ",
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'\\t: Dlvlalon of WH, ______.__ 10 27 31 lot 116 _________________4------------- 26 26 ao 6'hlt.... N n ____ .82 54. 59. 64. .11. 64.70. 7J. 74, 76.'78, 82.83,. ,.
r I 3't Lo.. 6, 6, 8, 9. 10, II, 12' 22/ 23.25. 28. Lot Jill _________-__._-____.-_-----.__ 211 26 80 Ii !Slarlon E A h_ .142 H7. 88. 90. 92, 94. 96. 98. 99, ,
18. 40. 43, 54, 66, fi9 69, 74, 16. 86, Vi,. Lot 108 26 26. 8/1 6 McGrath J II .82 J03 J07 J09 1"0. 1112. t
.-- ----- ------.---------- -- -- J06. 110. 112 1l' '
> 101 108 117 118 121 mid 124 ____ 10 27 31 140 I'1t.' rloud T'pv'.I- ___ ____ __ .211 26 30 6 Alexander A T' .82 19 -
j' ? lot 111 _____ __ _______uu_ Inc.. JU IQ Inc.. and _ 27 30 U6 St. Claud n.vI.I.L. .
1 :, opm..n' Co __ J.64 Lot ll/ ,________h _____nun_________ 26 26 3U 6 Alexander A T .92: 1. 18 Uh 1
i' Lot 7 ______ __n_______________ _____ __ 10 27 St II !' -------$2 1.0' 115? __ _____ _________._ __ _ 26 211 30 5' Klemp J B _n .S: 2. and ._ ___:___ opmenl Cn' :: 2e 24
_____ 27 M
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Lot 24 ___ ____________________________ 10 27 81 Ii l'nHer 1. n. u__ ,82 1.0' 1211 ________ __ __ ____._______ .___ 26 26 3\1 Ii Kempp J B h_ .142 2& J __1_ _un__ ._ _ 1 110 II Finley, Ii M 1.514 f
} Lot 44 _____ _____________ ___nn_ 1(1 27 31 Ii .rntton. J S: __ ..142R. Lot U7 _______ _______._____.,,__ ___ 26 26 3U I Alexander. U T ..6214.rl.ole Lot a8 ___- -_ __ _- ___ ____ II 2 5 Dturlnuey. J __ ,II:
Lot 87 _______________________________ 10 27 31 6 llotton Sam ___ 1.92 - - 81 tU..e"R". C )1_ .
.' Lot 117 _____________ _ _ __ _____ 27
L..d lavratrr./ SubUlvlslon _____ 5 _
a I. _._ ,142
Lot n and 71 ____ ____.___________ 10 27 31Dlvlalon JO Unknown :__ 1.19 1 SI 1
n u pf 27 30 lot 120 __________ _____ __ ___ ___.__ Ii ___ ",
.._1..1. Load A........... (..... !Bub.I Lot R _L __ __.!__::::::::::::::::::::: 27 26 30 G I.u'e. C 0 uu .8 1.' 127 ----hhnUh.U 1 1 2 2 110 6 Travnll", .11 E ..12'

I of NM and NH of SICK and l.ut JO ____ _____. __ __n___ ___________ 27 26 110 5 lnknown _.____ 8..01. I.... a 1....._... Co.'. SubUVlslnn u ,;
8KK of SEK: and NI5K of NVN' <4 _ 9 20 30 Lot 31 Uh__ -__________________ 2. 26 30 Ii 1 J u .81// / of all except SE's "f H..1'4 J6 21 30 '
i lot 48 ______.__' 9 30 6 St. Ploud 0..1opm..n. 27 26 Iota J. 1//. a. 4. IJ, ,"
nnnhuu -- ;26 Lots 39. t and (8 __ __ --________ --____ III' J 1. 1. 16. 1 19.2'
'o. __ 1.32 Hrl'.n'\ ,- 1.1i5 1/4./ 21 to 31 Inc.. 4' 1i4. '

l TotS _________.__________uu?. _.__ 9 26 30 6 1If..U..rmott. 1\1\ Lot Lot h ________n_____.___________.__ 27 -26 110 5 A n_ ,82Lot. ,1. 60. fi2. 65. 78 83 4.. 85. ii. III, '
Iota 65 and 68 ___________u____.___.. 9 26 3 Lot 116 __ _________.u-u---------- ,--- 9 26 30 Ii Klnrman J H _"I J.1I2 1.' JOII U.Uh.. _.:_ __..______ 27 2 30 5 Glllam M J :.__ .n Jl6. 11 10 12 Inc., and 1. ._n_10_ 1 30 R. Cloud Development .
i, Iota 49, 74. 86, and SI u______:______.. 9 26 SO 2\1 Sharp, J N _... l/.fi6'/ Seml.ole laud a luvea/meat ('o.'. Sub1)Ivdelon Lo' 2 31 Co. __ h,'
I Lot III ________Unuu..u_. ___. '_-- 9 26 30B 6 ub'rt. U 10' __ J.1I2 of all _____________._______ 28 2. 30 __ _uh__ __ ____ __ J' 17 110 5 linker, __ 15.JI
>ra l..le I.... A ........... < .... Hub.Dlvlalon 1.ote I and ____________ ___________ 2ti 26 80 70 Zobrl.kll F L._ 1.19lots Lot. 61 --------_____ ____ _.._ ___ J6 21 110 Ii (C'Qu'ar'I 81 A -- ..IZ'
1 of '6V of NKK and fK'10. 26 30 3. 14 1 30 _.. n. -____ __..._ 28 2 ao I/O/ Unknown _:.____ 1.112 lot lll ___, ,t_____._ __ __,, ___ J8 I/t/ ".0 C'Rrh'rl\\ _: .8:
Lot 62, 63. 64, 79 and 126 ________u__ 10 26 311U St. Cloud O..v..J. 1.111 4 and 13 1. ___-_______uu_.____ 28 / 8U 10 Nolan, U ______ J.J' lot ---- -_._____ _____ ___ J6 a7 ao I ThRU'h'r, S'll_. .N: f
I Co. 6.36 Lola l7 and ______--_____. ______ 18 .1/1/ ao 10 Wright, D L___ 1.19 Lt 103 ____ __ _______ ___ __,_ J6 a7' SO 6 Unknown ___ _
lot SB and 41 ..________u__. _____ .__ 10 16 ',,30 10 Foger, C __-_.. 1.29 Lot. ____.____ ._ ____._. _______ 2S 2. 30 6 Unknown ______. .82 ... L... I..C (;0.'. Sub.Ulvlslon a'
... .. Lad A I.Te...... < ..... Nub.Dlvlalon . I. Tot. : and 43 ____:_-___u_______-___ 2. 2. ao 10 -.rmlng. G ____ 1.19 of .B4--------------------- .
of all except; : NH of N'>40 ._ 11 26 30 \ lot 41 ________ __-_ _-_____u______ 28 2. ao a Smith, J.. ___"I .8a L.. 4. 18, I/O/ ,' 1/9./ 83. 4. 65. BT7. 78. 1 2 a V ,
; ,, lota 14 and lit _____.________________ II 26 30 10 8t. Cloud hovel.opment Lot 57 ___hU_-__________.-_ ______ 2ti 28 ao II !:Iw.areng.r, P. .81 U. 9. 118: J 2. 16, U7, and 12S. 17 n 30 90 R1 Cloud fievelopment .
1.0. __ 1.69 Lot _____- _.___ _. _____- n 26/ SO 1 Foster, A .1 ___ .8 Co.
; lot SI _____________________________ __ '11 26 SO -.h'ooll.. L U __ 1.18 Lots 6 and 76--_-_-_____nuu-- -- .__. n I' 30 J.qu. J .__u_ Lola 4 and 5 __ ___nnnhn_____ 1 n ao 10 Randr r F: V ::
Bear SB cor. of Lot 66 run N 206 ft. 1.o---------------------------------- 10 II Head. F ____ .82 Lot ------- ______ _______ ___ ao 5 Jkln.', W J Ut
W HO ft. S 20E ft. K 140 ft. _______.: 11 U 'S } 1 John C ______L .95 Lot 86 ____ ________ ___ ___ 2 'I/ ao I Unknown ______ ..S2Lol. .. tBBd A luveMmeut Co.'. Nub. 1 Z "I
f lot 58 _______.______ _________u ______ 11 26 80 6 Unknown ______ 2.211 ilK bpd __ __ __n____._________ 2 2 ao 10 ""nn. T ____u_ 1.19 Division of all Hlocka 104. 105 and
iota, 61 and TO. II 26 SO 10 Bacon, C A ___ 1/.211/ Lot _11_._._ _________ _____ 30 6 Ellerd. Wm "I .82 WV 8 Block 106 and beg. SB cor of
1 I Lot 78 ..?,-.__-___ --__ 11 26 SO 6 Ii11Dln. MIN U. 1.8 lot Jla _____ __________..._________ __ 1/8/ 1/6/ ao 6 'ea.herJy, C _"I .82 Block 104 run W 1080 ft to 1a.... .
Lot (1 ._..___._ -----------t____ 11 26 30 II TII'on, 1 U ___"I 1.3ti Lot 107 __ ___ _____ __________ 28 1ao/ I Unknown ______ .82 Ave then S to Lk. H.nnm.de. 0 :
l Lots 84 and 93 _______________________ 11 24 SU 10 Unknown ___?"I 2.29 Lot 111 ____________ __________________ 28 26 U the ce 8-Eaaterly In. of Lot'
;, Lot .6 ______un___.____________?_._ 11 26 SO 6' Unknown __ ____ 1.31 Lot 114------------------------------ 28 26 :g : Hughes. nv-jr:: : 5 Block 106 then K to Ave.. '
'II lot 120 ______ ______ 11 26 30 I I.r': J JI __ 1.18 ao 6 Clev..land1.A.. ..826.rl.ele thence N to beg, being of .
1 nhuunnu. n Lot 121 ________________ ____ ________ I. 16 part plat .
.1Jr..I. Lud l.Lveaa.r.t C. .. %ah of _Runny !de---------n.-----31.t
.tf.\ r>iviBion of"aiTexcept""m"of"NWK-_ is 24 10 / of .EH of EH and pWK of Lot. zs* 10 286 inc.. 114 to 327/ Inc. 346 % I '

lota 66, 80. 84. 87,* 94 102, 106, 107 NE' and NWK ___ __-____ 30SO to 169 Inc., 178 to 390 Inc., 411 to 421 V. "
r.i* and 116 ..........-._............... II 2610 f5 St. Cloud Devel- Lot 21 ______...a__.,.--__,-.-,.,_____-_-_-_ fj JJ S Thornton, D ... ..142ou Inc., 444 to 46S Inc.,, f7 to, 486 Inc ,
opmentCo. y9.33 !3 and .' Y9 2d 80 X10 Smith OAndrewa. P- 1.19L.ot'8 509 to 512 ,I Inc. 81 26 3! lOEt: Donegan J R
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.npA; 30
1 ,', '' 'lJ. "" ,2 80 5" Thornton; G P 8! Iotsug03 to "
: lot 14 and 19 _"I : ,, .A/ 2.11 a t ; Y9 Y6 i-i.it35i Inc
\ ;!j Lot 117 i' ,. I 8 J 1.18 Lot,,/' .' 49 48 80 8 Lortell, l H 82 to 170 Inc : ('. 431to" e
Lot!41 ('", ...t, . '" ) 1.18 Loti, 48Lotj61 ,: 29 Y30 6 Clark/ A 2! 136: Inc',V,41! to.(! /" Inc 49 to U.
ifo 8 Lot >..I/Il/ (, 'rl nIUlaOI10Irram.tiGI 1.18 P9 !e 80 8 King,+L G 89 'I7 "l 81 25
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LotS ("..': . tt 1.18 Lota 8Sandi9S Y9 26 80 10 Stenger F W 1,18 1..1..1. L../ ........... t'o'. 1."_ "Fl Donegan, J 1160

fom r ""Lotl}711 1 ( .. L 1.118 trmtlmolf L..d A .....H>ea< (.. '. gab "01' al, Iract" .x..ptoNW"
.. i' Lot a U" - ; ', . "":: __..1.38 Dlvlalon of E% of NBV. and Lot /.-' 8E 28 80 01 BE'" and '" E'4 ________'_ '
; Lot 85 10?+__ _:yy-: ..... ____._u' :_ J2 26 110 Ii Murphy 1\1 L _"I 1.3. Lot 15 ___--_______________-.___ ____. 32 .YO 30 a C B.Frybura ._ .82 Lot. .1. 2. 3. 4.' 211 to a. Inc.. 6 to fil
lot 84 ____-;___________ ____-'__.__ .._ Ja 26 all 1\\ Hager, 11 ____ _' l.a8 Lot 66 and 79 ______ nu-__ 32 36 80 10 ;, J L__ 1.19erl.ole In('.. .1 to JOI Ine J24 to Inc, r
1., Lot 91 _.______________..__________ _ II 16 ao Ii Humk., J' H _._ J.38 % Lad A ..*......... t...'. lnbDlvlalon l6 to 166 Inc.. to 1,98 11 ..
Lot 111 -_____--_____________.-_._____ 11 28 all 6 Tlllon I U u__ 1.11J of all except E% of NE% hw' 'r s 13 Inc. 20 to 260 Inc286- In I
lot 116 -_-________nhu_____ -____ ___ II U au 6 I1avla. 1( A __ _ 1.118 and 8H of SE,>4 __hn'U__ _ U 2 80 In( ______ -_ ______-______--____ 6 28 % J R_ _
Iota 117 and US ____n______. ________ II ze 30 10 Carr, Wm 11. __ 4.13 Lot 74 _h.Uh____ ___..__ _ ____ __ a 30 5 St. Cloud Development Lola 271. 274, 303. ao.. 31. 38 to 36 3 11 DonfSan, 3S.(1
_....1. Lr.d'a lBVe..B>e.< 4 ...'. Mub- Co. -- 1.12 11.31. 406 to Inc.. t. 130
lvlalon of all ,---__ ___ 11 26 10 Lot 3 nuuu______ __ ______ a 26 30 S Fraley. S W _.. 82 to 4H 41. 453 '42 Inc.. j
lota 21. 16. 44. 5t, fil, 60, 81, ti7., tH>. Lot 23' ________nhU.. _______ 26 80 6 OBfcood, J F____ 82 468 to 478 .n". 485 to Inc., 601 to
I 107 and 114 __ _____ __ _ h__ __. ___ .13 U SO IiIi s. Cloud Development Lot I and 4 __--____ ----_.____-- I 26/ 30 10 Unknown ___ 1.19 6US Ine _______ _______4P_.____________ 6 1/6/ 31 ,'
Co. __ 7.13 Lot _--______----_ ______--_________ 26 30 5 Kartlett. W L .. .82 8'". St. Cloud hovel.lot .
\ ,I lot 45 ?_____________?_._ 13 26 30 I' I'1t.' Cloud 11..1. Lot 64 __ ___.___.____________u_______ 33 26 30 Unknown ...... .12 165 ------------__--____-__ __- 6' 2d U Opmenl ('o. __ 314.70
opment Co. Iota 65 and 8A ______..______.______ 33 26/ 30 J Unknown ______ III, Lot. 43 __ ___.__ __- J" Wagner, I'au1. 1.02.: '
n-- 26
Lot 11 _____ __ ____m. _nu_ 13 26 30 6 Smith.I J W :_:: UI MemlaDUIalon.. I..d a 1....._... C.'a 'a !.h- 5S. I Lot __ ____ ___ ___-_ I 26 II Heed U 1.02 "
I Lot 61 _______________________________ 13 26 30 Ii Itaxter r "rl. __ J.02 of all except SVt of \>4 1 26 30 Lot .96 ----"---- _:________ -_, __ .6 J 1 4 Inknown :::::: 1:0:
Lot 84 U_______j________ ____ ___ 13 26 30 5 Fleming 1\1\ A __ 1.02 Lot 18 __"___ ___________________.?__ 3 26/ 30 a Sultan 0V. __"I .82 I 1. 497 __ nn___ __ _h___ 6 26 211 3 Ur8'-I. k _"I ,
I Lot 117 __--________--_'---_______.___. 13 26 30 6 Unknown ______ 1.02 Lota and 8 ___u____._ 26 30 Taylor J 8. u__ 1.19 I.ot 4'9 _- ._ ___ ___ ________________ fi I I I' 'oldgn. H _- a.61
e_!..!. Laad A I.*....*.. t.<,.'. Nub. Lot I ______ __nnu.hn __ _.________,.______ 3 26 40 5 Sawyer, OP _- 82 Lot 600 -----_-_ -----.-_____ 6 2 I: I' C'oppock. J I __ : .
I Dlvlalon of all _._______-u__ .______ 116 30 Lot 72Lot _______________________________ 26/ 30 5 lilahop, B F n_ .82 8..1.01. Lud a ......m.... (o-Sub- :1 I' V"UIKlloll, M. 4.13 ,
I lot 38 ... ________ ___________ ____ / 30 1SI.. Cloud Uevelopmenl 73 __ ____ ______ ___ _______ ________ 34 26 30 5 Johnaon. J M\ _'. .1 P2 IHvl..lon of (rarll. ES1. and SE'K 01 ,
0 Co. _"I 1.112 Lots 125 and 126Remlnole ___________________ 34 26 30 10 lsehl, A F __u 1.19 S\V';" except Lake Front Adel.
Lot and 9 --------___________-._ 14 26 30 10 Unknown _r____ 1.1i6 l.aad A .........t I'."4 Hub.Dlvlalon Mm ____nn__ __ __ ._ __--n.a: i 30 J '
Lot 20Lot ------"-_________ _____________ 14 26 30 Ii'eat.. H ___"I 1.03 of all except .; 4 of NW" 2 26 10 .Rel. Laud a ........... (:0.'. IOub. "8 30 1' llarrla. Jas _h_ 3.1 '.rUlvlalon
66 -________________- _____. .__ 14 26 30 II )Farr lb1 P ___"I J.02 Lola 5. 34. 42. 47. 60, 51, 63. 68. S9. of all fractl. except Lake "'. I
Lot 71Lot ---.---_________-.__--____-____ 14 26/ 80 6 Brunk 'V ____"I J.02 83, 147, 90 91, 101 103 106, 107, 110, Front Add. .
76 -----------___________-_____u- 14 26 30 Ii Unknown h_:'__ J.02 115 117, 119. 112, 123, 125, and 126 .. 35 26 30 130 St. Cloud Deve1opment Lots 116. 45l. : I i 30 .. '
Lot 80 -----------_-__________-----.:: 14 2. 80 5 Barber A J Jr .211 Co 1080 4a. 50S. 6011 46Z.ii'-iii.-iif-S4 ':
Lot 101 ___-____________.___.___-____. 14 2. 8Q), II StcQulllan T _"I 1.01// Lot 7 ___--_ _--____--_____-u.u_ 3 2 SO 5 Cr- ;c-wi; 2 U 30 ,10 'St. loud Devel- ,'
Lot J03 __.________________.:__.:...______ 14 2. 30 6 Thompaon.C 11 1.01// Lot ____uuUuuh_________ 1.1 ao a S.rl.ole Lad a .......... Co... Sub_ opment Co. __ .41
Lo. 110 and 115 ______u_________.._ If 21 110 10 Horton. J C.n_ J.66 Lot 1 __'____--_______ ___--_____ / ao 6 Unknown ______ .8a Ulvlalon of Fr..L EVr except Lake ."
Lots III and 125 _________u______.__ 14 28 ao 10 Unknown ___on J.U Lot 9$ ___nn?_____________.____ 35 1/6/ 30 Ii Brc", C __u__ .81// Front Addition ___--nhn_ _ "
......1. La.d a .......... c.'o.'. 8ub Lot U8 ___ _--__ ___.___--_-_____ 35 26 30 I Trawer I J _"I. .82 Lo. a, 4. a. 6. U to 30 In"., a. to 40 1 2 30 "
DI."lon' of aU ______________-_____ 15 26 SO 11..01. Lad a I.......... \. '. H"b. Inc.. 6. to U Inc.. fi6 to 70 Inc. 9J to
Lo.. a. u, ... tII and U. ___--____---_ iii U SO 25 S. Cloud n."el. Illvl.lon 01 All _______ ._ '_ ___ 3S 2. 30 f Inc.. 98 to 104 Inc..
Co 2.69 I LOll a. 6. 14. 16, 30, 81. a6. Inc.. 11. 12. 14
1 Let a ----------_ ___________________ U U 110 5 Mgr.enJ --:_:: :.142 37. 47, 1.60, 1. and __3.____ I 2 30 I St. Cloud Developm..nt .nc..13 18. 1.. 11.13 14.. 1. 420. .
4. 6
Lot U -------__--___________________ J/i/ U 30 6 Holmes. I' J u .112 7 Co. __ 7.30 41J, __ __
46 4.
Lot al -.---_____________--_____ -___ J6, 2S 30 6 K.. 10' S n____ .&2 Lots 21 and 2S ____uuu____ ___- 8. U 110 10 Dlcke. C L ____ 1.19Lot 48. 411. 40. l. u 1 26 30 9114 St. Cloud Devel .

Lot a8 ----------n--___ 15 2. 30 6 lI..k.V C ___"I .112 16 _hUn__________._______ 1 28. ao 6 d"Ray. J I ___ ..112Vnellv. 136 ____ mn______ ____ __ o . 8900
Lot 61 ---------______--_____-___._ 16 IS ao 6 La... J W __n .82 In. In Lot. 401; and 67 I/S/ 110 10 TI.on. 1. : 1.111 L0-----------------------------_ _. I U 30 1V4 JI ';:ntvc If :: 1.015
. ( Lot II __u.nn__ ___n.nu__ 11 U ao 6 Hathaway C.. .&1 Lot &'___ _____. ___ _____ 6 lS 2 30 6 1lborn. C B._ .12 Imt 249 -- - __ __ ____ ___ 1 2 30 C ; ,. 0 N n__
t Lola 68 and 7T -- __________ ._ 11 1/6/ 30 JO n n _00 1.19 Lot 8 _nnnu_r--_____?__._ 3 2 30 a I..bblna El_ .82 Lot 43 __ _____ ___ ___ .1 / 3U 1" Unknown _.____ 1.03 I !
,, Lo. 81 and 115 -_.__.----_--___ _. ___"I 16 U ao JO carr,m..r. J' C n 1.19 Lot _____nnnUu_ 1 ao 6 U..rrlan. L_ .SI 'Lot 41 __ ________ __ __"_-__- 1 2 30 5lallelt. \v J.._ 1.0
Lot t1 ---n-----------u___...___ iii 26 30 6 Padgett Henry .tiZ Lot _____________uu.uu_ 21 ao ,6. -----_ .142 Lot I ,3') 1 % Unknown __.____ 1.11% -
i, Lot .1 ---------------u___ J5 26.0 r. Feml'er P ____ .82 lot \S _____________--_____ al 211 30 I 1oter, J J ____ .111 .. : I 2 3U J" Unknown ___n_ : .
Lot 8301 _________ _______ 11 ,26 30 -6 l.arlm..l'. J C' .&2 10 _ 1 1/1/ 30 I. SWMnJ J M __ '.82 /" -ii-C'8'b, 1
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and-- ____ _________._ 15 2. 30 IU 'Warner 'A __u 1.19 16 La.d a .a.- ........ c.'a'. Sub- Iota II to 1/2/ In". 4 to 53 Inc. 56, 66. a 26 30
\ 1 ,,1Jr.1..I. L.d a I......... ('o.'u 8ub 1..1.01. 01 all t__ _________ ____ I 21 ao *a. fi. ID 10 82 95.' $7, 8$, lOf.' .
DI..lon 01 NE\4 01 8144 ____n____ 16 24 30 LO'1 J. 16, U. a9. 41. 4S, 411. 1i7, 62. lOS Ill, 112, 113, 114, 117 140, 143.
I Lots $5. 80. 81 and U ___u___________ Jfi :6 30\ 20 SI. Cloud Devel 63. 75. 11. 80, 87 8', 90, 116 6., 11, 146, 267, 268, 269, 276, 277- 278, 299.
opment Co. _"I 2.22 14 1J, 123 and 11 __ ____-- 1 % ao 12 St Cloud Development 300 301, S08, 809,. 310? SSI., 832, 333!. .
10
g.1..1. Laad a I......... ('0.'. lI.b Co. 10.61 840, 341, 363 364, 373. 396. 432
Dlv..lon 01 Lou 3. 4 and SEI 01 H\V Lot 8-------------------------------- 1 t ao II Rrlght, E E _:: :.82 34. Inc. to 602 Inc.__.

I. 4 and W31 01 SES_ _____huu_____ 17 26 30. lot 116 ___ .___.___________ ________ I / 110 6 Bur.dale. C 1 .11 43. 46 41 41 3 26 30 119 St. Cloud Development.Co
Lot 71 ____--_____----_- -----________ 11 26 3U S Unknown u____ .11 Lot 36 __nnnn________________ I 27 ao 6 Bennett. E . _"I .S2 Lot J06 _________________________ _: 6694
Lo. 77 and 14 -__________ __________ 11 26 30 10 Barber "tm __ 1.11I Lot 66 _____UnUh________ 1 27 30 a Unknown ______ .81 L.. 101 and 109 _--_._______--_______ 3 20 30 IK McKlnile. ) -- 1 02T
/erlsde Laad a ......... t.o.'. gub- Lot 111 ______________________________ I 27 30 II Melbourne. W__ .81 US and 2U -- 3 30 2H Rurtner, 01 "- 1'55
Dlvl.lon 01 EVE of EI" _____u______ 19 26 SO lot -------------1 1/7/ ao 6 Carr J __n____ ..82Lot. I.ot. 240 and ------------3_____ ____ ____ 2fi 30 2H Miller.I -- 2'66
FractL Lots 15 and U ______ 1.. 28 30 6 S. Cloud t7 1 27 ao JO George. T ___ 1.19 21 -- 3 26 30 AO--r-
-nuu Development and 77 _______________-u----_ n Iota 137. 138. 45 and 40 hu_____ niirtner. IB.15
,,' Co. Lot 811 __________.____________ ______ 1 1/7/ ao II McKewn_ J B __ .82 3 26 30 21 sIP 'ndel.
Lot 41 __________________________. .___ 19 U ao 6 Hannah E V :: IU: Lot' 91 ________________._______u____u_ 1 1/1/ ao 6 Riley. w G ___"I .SI 8e.I..I. L... A I....... C..' Sub_ C A __ 2.96
1 Lot 81 ____ __ __ .. .... JII 26 110 6 Unknown 1 27 ao 6 Rlchl. D 'N ,148 ----- '
nn--u __u .81 Lot lOa _______ ____ ______ ___ ot I'nlvl.lon
Lot .1 ______________________..____ J II 26 SU 6 Unknown ______ .81 Lot 107 ___--_ __-__-_ __-______ 1 21 ao 5 PI.t. J II __b_ .n NEt.. and EIS 01 NW %
Lot .1 __-_u_.__________________ _.. III 26 au 6 Marsh, C II ____ ..81Lot. / !Serla.le! _Laud-- I.-.-.......--C.-'a.. SubDlvblon 'v4 01 SE". .c..pn R H.w. ____ 4 28 a0
Lot.
111 and 114 _____n_ ______ __u U 28 .0 10 Jones. J It __ 1.19 01 all except of SW'A2 21 ao 2. 6. 2 to 28Inc/ 82. 1 to 42
I Lot 1.a _______u_________________-__ JII 26 IIU 6 ]Manh C H "_u_"I ..RIn LoU a to n Inc. and 10 8'. 86, 31. Inc., 65. S'. 69, 60. 61, fi3. 65. .
Lot la7 ____-___-_____________________ 111 Z. ao' a Unknown __u__ .a2 a.. 41. 42. 43. 611, 68. 16. a.. 11, 7a, 117 to 7D Inc.. 86 to 9 Inc., 98 JOII "
r ....... Laad a I......... (.a... Seb- .. 79. U. and n. ._________ J a J60 St. Cloud Development Inc. 10.. 17. In.13\ to 17 In". 131 .
r I.-. Dlvlalon or all ____________________ 20 26 ..0r 7. .4 : Co. __ 12.38 to 134 10. 181 1> 164, 165, .

r, Lot 11 -------------_-.________________ 20 26 ao 5 14x14,44,4. W R._ .12 Lot I' ____________u_________________ : 17 ao 6 Fowllk. M _____ .8' 166. 166, to 172 .. 188 Inc.
204 Inc.
Lo. J' and 11 _______n_____________ 2Q I/C/ 30 10 S"arr, 1'' 0 u__ 1,19 Lot 17 _____._________________-___ --- 27 ao 1 Campbell C W .8a 190, 197 to 2)3 to 217 Inc. ,
Lots 17 and al ______________-_______ I/O/ 2. au JO Unknown __u__ 1.1' Lot .1 ________________________-2 27 ao 6 _____ .Ia 220, 229. 131 to 13 Inc. 145 to 261 ',:
Lot. ao and I' ________n_____________ IU 1/6/ ao 10 Orr, J ____u.I.J' LoU 15. II and n _______.________ I n ao 10 Unknown ____ 1.8E Inc, 262 to 264 181, 282. 2X3. 291.
Lot al _____________________________ 20 26 10 a Unknown ______ ... Lot /I.___________-____________-____ I a7 ao 1 Rlchard.on J L .s 295 296. SIS. 311. 316. 326 327, 321. 't
Lot fl ___________________________ 20 2420 II Unkno..n ___ .Ha Lot 71 ________________ __ ________ I a7 ao II Ch..man W, V 346 346, 34. $6R- 359, S60, 877, 37s! ',
4,_ 'Lot6 _______________________--_____ 10. 2. ao a Mohr M L ___. .Ia Lot 14 ".________________"____-.______ .1 Y7 Abbott. C R __. .82 379 463. S90, 392, 409, 410, 411, 444! 'n.j
Lots 86. '1, 101 and JOI __-_______ 10 U ao 20 Unknown 1.11I Lot 117 ________________-______________ ; ;? .! 6 Bpler. J 0.--_.. ..' 475. 476. 485. 486. 50E., 501. KOT, ,
Lot .1 ______________________________ 20 2. ao 5'h..I..r, N W .8a 8..1. Lad A I.......... c. gab1)Ivlalon SOl --------------------------- ---, 1 2. ao '
Lots 'UO, .16 anel UI ____________..:u_ 10 U 3Q 15 Unknown ---- 1.61 01 EK ______________ 9 21 10 us St Cloud Devei- .
# Lot. aU.U.l'. EO a6. U. 11, Lot ------------------------ .__ f 28' 10 ,.1'
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Leta II and 30._...-------------- -_ al '2' '0 .10 Unknown ___ .__ 1.1' f. 1. 1.. 11 Co.9,10 Fractl. Lot.S3 and Uf __u_____.___ Ili Unknown ___ .11
Lou If and 1. __________________ al 26 ao JO Rlchards J'J' V._ 1.11 Lot 2 I n 10 1 WIDdal W C -- .. L't88//1. 4', 166, 188. 43. 4718T 2 10 Davl.. F R -.. : .
:. Lou II and _____________.____. fl 26 830 Moor... ___ "I '.. .. 7 ane i
Lot .1 __--6--_______________- 26 36 Col..r, J ___ 1,14! ..i4'a __ 10 17 10 C. W. n.ep'a 1.b-Di.i.l.:at Lai-at.: i !6 i6 10 Davl.. F R ___ a.'. ,t
Lot 10 ________________ ._ ._ ___ 11 ao 5 Be..Uem.n. If A.-a Lot. 14. 4.. lOa, 101. .107. 115, Lot Ja Block fl---------------------
lots 91 and 91 ________. ..---__- I. U t0 10 Harrla. W __"I I.U and III __i.____________.___. 15 10 21 ao .5 BL Cloud Development YI.all.g a D.. ..OI.a.. .f Whale, L C 1.1. ,
Lot 97 .-___...________ ._______ 11 E6 30 I 'Vhltcomb, N A .Ia 1.86 38 -----------------______L__. 11 I' ao .4
Lots 101 and JU __________ ___ --.21 280 10 Pren.... B F _. .I.U Lot ________ ________...:.._ 10 I 10 5 D <_:: 92 Lo. 71 and 1. Block B ___b________ __ __ L
,; ,.Lot 111 _________--..----- 21 I' l0 1 Benedlx.C ___"I -9f Lets I and 10 _. __&___,.____ IG I 10 10 ,' I __ 1.10. WIUI..8..01.I.a .. L. ._ 55 _- Clda N ____? 1.lt
1. ........ ..ad ... ...... u9 Cw's ga' Lot loa ___ ___________ IG ao 5 Parkhunt L c .11 Iota I Ino----.-----------:::. 1 .._ _a
_____._ II 21 aoLotti 10 ao I L .8' "I _"I Donegan. A 19Lota,1
' I R DI.I.lon 01 all ____ ____. Lot 106. ._____ JI7 Slanle.7
11,17. fl. g 4 sad .0 r- .. U II aD IS St. Cloud D..l.f Lot l1a ,__., .._...._.__ _.___ 10 ao I A _____ .8' la. 14. 111.. and "6 ---------- .__ Trustee LBt f
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r.' X11. W. Fe__'. ..b.DlvlalesT .( Lfn ' '' ', Lot. 1. i..a and 4 Block III v.-... .. -.-- __ __ _A' .._ St. Cloud DerelLot. I Lht 24 Block 184 ___.1___.________.___ _. ._ __ .. J.nnlnl' D.___ $.'" 4
it* ... .:a _--..-......... -.'......... It 26 ao opm..nt 8.16. Loll( 11, I2. 12 1 19. 20. and 1 Block
' Lot n mock A _-________!_--____--__ __ __ __ ,__ Caskey, OL ___ ,.1' 171'/ 111 and 10 Block U -------_-- __ __ Booth M Co-._ 7.80 /'' _____,,-- ------------.----...- .,-' __ f. -- .St. Cloud 'Devel-
1 Lot 1 Block IAI..I.! M N .,._ 1.19 Lot 18 Bloch II! .. ;. opment Co. __
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." Lot ,,7 Block B ____--_______--___....I: _.. __ .. __ Pod.... R K: -,.- 1.19 Late II to 12 Inc? Block 96 ---,. :. .---- __ _: \ __ __ Hell I' ,\- __u 4.88 Lot 14 Blo..i 185 i : ___ .. -- -_ ._ John J ________ I.T5
, Lot iO Block B _____ __ _____ __ __ -. _- Head F M :'.-- 10.00 Lot. 11. 14. 17 and 14 Clocll 1"1)) -.-- __ __ __ __ St. Cloud DevelLot. n. H 40 ft, 23 and 11 Block 186 .. ,. .. ., .. Deschner.( F E__ 29.85 i
+ ( Bear. 190 ft. K of NW coo. of Lot 89 01,1I..nt ('0. __ I.JO Lois .S4.' 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, Deck 186... .. .. -. .. St. Cloud D.v.lopm.nt .
run K $0 ft. 8 160 ft.V 50 ft. N 1. 1, 17. .1.. J1 and II Block 101 __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud lI..v..lopm..nt I ' Co. __ 26.4%
" 150 ft _________-_u____-______....? 11 26 SO ._ Lewis! W N ___ 2.639b Co. __ 11.7A Lot 9 Block 188 ___ __.......* -. .- -. ._ Brooks T Lilt
'. .".. Lot 14 .ndBt4, Lot 111 m....( 101_____. __ __ __ .M..njf..L A F____ 3.U Lot 7, JB, ,. 11 and -Block 187 --.- .'-, -- -- -- St. Cloud DereloDment .
F Lot 11 Block,, 1 __--!._hh____-_____.__ 1. ?- .. ?-.' Fuhry C :_.___ 1.19 Lots 11 and 22 Block 10. .. '" .-. -- __ __ __ ._ ,St Cloud level Co ._ 28.78 kt
Lot 15 and 16 Block 1 ___...-_-_--_-_ _. .'__ __ __ Bishop. B K ___ 1.92 ol.m..nt __ 11.141 Lot 10 Block 187 _-__ __... __ .. -- __ Leister. C C ,? lei
" Lot JO Block 1 Antoyne. F 'C __ 1.19 Lot 11 flock 1111 .--.---- -, -- __ __ __ Unknown' C--___ '.68 Lots 16 and 16 Block Ill __ ....u_.__ T- ._ -- __ Zobrtskla. F L '.'4
Lot 11 and 1* l------------------------------- Cory, P H __.. 1.92 L't 15 Bleck Jill .___n . ... ;" ,,.____ __ __ __ OeorR". ICd 15.15 Lots 9, 10 and 20 Block 188 .____.....- +. .. .. -- St.Cloud Develooment -

... L Co. _. 1.49 Lot I Block 108 ____n_______,.___: ...- __ __ .._ :.,. no\'I.. IIf A ____ 1.112 Lot S Block 188 ---? -._..-...---. ... .. ,+ .. -Heath. C .._,... ....
Lot S Blocks .....01.,,.-.,..,.... -.-..... .. ,*. .i: ... Burllnname. Lot. J and 4 Block 107 ___-__________ __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ 11.110 Lots 18. and 19 Blook lee ;..,..,-..... .? .. _. ., St. Cloud Devel.opitient .
\ : : 1." lot 14 Block' 110 ---____..________...,.__. ..... '-_ .' __ __ Unknown ______ 1.111 Co .. 17.2v
Lot 15 Block 'I _..,.------au 'nretlmVnHA 1.19\ Lot 8 Rlock 111 -- ---------_..- __ ,, __ ,- t'nknown'----- 1.11' Lots 11, 12 1 and 1 Block J89 ..--.' .. _.' .. _. St. Cloud Dovel-
. Lot Block 4 __________......;___..... vi.'i. ._ _.. Unknown _____* 1.19 Lot. 11 end 14 flock III _,__,..______ ._ _o, __ __ Starshal4 It If'_ 1.89 opment Co. _. 17.18*
Lot 9 flock 4 ., ... .._._. Unknown .--.. 1.19 Lot. and Illock 112- Reaver.on. B 2,66 Lots 7, 8.. 9, 19 and 20 Block 190 '..... . .. '.. .. st. Cloud Devel. '
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Lot IS k 4, ::::::! :.': __ -: :: .:: Haj-nelh. .j A 1.19 Lot.'lg 1: Block 112 :::::_:::::: ::' :: : :: . ....i: 1 .. opment Co. 11,45 ti
h:; Lot 18 BlockC-::::::::::::::: :.:: :: ::; :: i-I-.bbl"E..; H-:' ].19 I ; -- .-- ;-:- -- opment' Co.; : :- I.U Lot. 2, 21 and 22 Block. It .......... ..' ?. .. ... St. Cloud Development j.

,. l.ot. II and 14 Block 4 ___ ___-_. .- __ __ John C ...-___ -4.81 Lot 8 Block Ill :.--____--_______-._.._- _.: __', ":.. -_ J>Parchueet L C 1.19 Co. ..* '.O!
Lot 8 Block II _____-______.._-,--------a' ,\,,_ ;._ _. 8t. Cloud ne'eloJlm..nt Lots .11 and II Block 111 ________.____ -? __ .., 4.. Draper Q 0 ___ 4.11 I Lot 12 Block 191 --- ........... .. _. _. Nelson. M ,.... 3.28
',,i ("0. ,,,_ 1..U I Lota. 17 ,18 and III Block 1111 _____._.._ woO ru '_" __ 8t. Cloud 1'I'Vl.l. Lots IS to 16 I Inn Block li __........ .. -.I'--.o .. Hrnrr, F O ....
',\ Lot 1. Block Ii ._-__-_.__::._____.__- _.1'.;+ '*. _.. Ltonovan T T -_, 1.1' j .. Co. _,_ 1.118.1] lot 2<> Block 191 ..__. ,..--.._-... _. ,. .. .. Hiburn. C'B .. 1.41
,. << Lot 21 flock II =-__________________-. -a __ .._ flrckner M _._. 4.18 Lot 8 Block 1111 _a_.__..... __ ."_ _. _:.., .__ ... 1ow. J \\'.___. 1.19 Lots I and 6 Block 191 ..._....-..-....... .. .. DevelLots'17. -. .12
Lot 21 Itlock 7' -.___v.-__-_-_.__....r'' .....! ". .. $l. Cloud 1).v..ld I..t II Block 'fill _.. --1T". ... .,,: .... __ HaRrr Mr.. U..' 1.111 opment Co. '.,
., "I ,I oJlm..nt Co. -- !..IIi 14<>t. I, f! and 111 to 16 IncBloek.116.; ., _+ ,_' ... '_... tit. Cloud 1>."...1. 1 and I to 14 Inc. Block 193.. .. .. ..' St. Cloud Devell /
i I..t. II Hlock 7 ___ __ ..._ ._. Rteve. L E!: _. ... 1,92k QP".n ('o. ,. 1.16 ", opment Co. II..
4 x Lou 1. I. 6. 6 and-I1 to 2. IncBlock"8 _r, .L.-. __ __ Rt. Cloud beveopment tot 111 Block 118 .-.;.__._-;-_____-../0__.. ..; +.,1'\ :;r __ -olea..on.. r __. 1.19 Lot 20, Block 192 .....=..,.-.......*, .. .. ... .. Fuhry. C ___... I.'.
('0. 18,49t Lot 1 Block'117 ---------.r., ,.___...,.--- .- .-" __ __ St. Cloud Deccl.opmenl Lots 8 and 9 Block 194 -._......._.-. .. .. ,. .. Hlbbard. OB. $ *
Lot. '..4. 1.> 8. 10. II, II; Block<< II _._ __ _.. __ ... 111. Cloud bevel.opment .. Co. ... 1..1 Lot 158ltlock1194lock 14. .. ..A.....' _..) .. -.. .. Unknown ....MO. 11.13
' .. ".r. Co ._ 11.0. Lot I Block 117'e' 1i.h M N 1.1' -- .__ .j......... ..' ? ?_ .'. Cole. H 10 !4.11.!
%' .. Lot 1 Block 1 _...___-,_?..__.:oo___-__.' ...+ ". .- .- :. Platt. J n _u__ 1.99t' :. Lob 1 and 11 Block Jl8"T',\"- -",. :t_ :r". .w.. 8t. Cloud Devc1Lola Lot. 11 and It Block 196 ......___... .., .. .. ,._ St. loud bevels .
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Lot II Block 9 __ .' _u.u' __.: ..."-o.-. ..',.. _I.'I. ,!;,'". ." i.. Unknown ____._ 2.92Lnta I. II and 10 Block Jl8'" .-I, .,,__-..,"j'i'. ;. h'j'.tit" ,,\'+rt:. ;-:. .. (lordonhECS[. 00__ I.U 4.86 Lot 11 oc'k 195 .k-____.....-;...i'.iii; '. .. ... ., Rlcn2rd"son,0j"L 4.4 ll! :

:.+, 1. 2. 6. 6, 9, 10 and IS to ": 4 In. :f'f1;i \'.. f'" Lot 1 Block 119.-.....-.--.,.aa..-+++,...yw1-.: 1 Wa rt'o, _r... ''St. Cloud I''vel- I.ots IS and 14 Block -198 4...._....... .. -.: .. .. -pine, J C ____. 11.48
17 ,!i\'. B/oC'k-IO/ --.j'j. : :;_f\Ji'' .. .. "SL Cloud Devl1opmentCq "\ :, t\\." opm..nt Co __ 1.411 Loll 22 and 28 Block 198 _._.?-_,.-... .. .. .. Mont.do. Wm., .
o I", ," ". i." __ 20.18 Lot II Block! 1 1919. ---.._"_____ '-41t. '_..\,.!, ,,1.1;... __ ))'.rli U '___ 1.19 Lot 24 Block 195 ...,..x.-... ._ .. .. _. H .114
I.OtR 1 ta II Ine. X17 lot II .__..____ ? Lois 1 to 12 Inc. 196 ......, .. .. .. .. I.II
' and loth 111.141, 19. .;4j( : __-+- :..,.. _... t' .. __ Haye. A ______ 1.111 Block ?. Mont.doc. Wm .
:; IP. Block 11 ".____-_____. -.......,.r-... .".,. .._ __ .,_ St. Cloud fevelopment Lots 11. II and 14 Block 120 .____.......: _.. .._ r; __ tt. .Cloud Can- Lot. 11 to J Blok 196 ......___. ._ ... .. _. ev.i.l.t. & ..f
('n. _" 11.8 .I ntnj Co. ___8.10 opment cu. lawn
'f Lots. 20 to 14 Inc.. Block 11 .______..._. _iI. to.. ...... __ St. Cloud Developmenl Lots JI and 14 Block 112 --------i-: +_ ..: .... L_ At Cloud 11..1-- 9 and 10 Block 197 ___n.__?__ __ __ _. __ Wa lace J O II 1.6$ u
Cn: ._ .114 opm..nt Co. __ 1.89 Lots 11 and 12 Block; 197 ___ ._____. ._ ._ .. "_., Budgets, 0 D.._ 1.66
' Lot 17 nl..k 14 _______-oon.oo.- ..... j '... ...: __ 'Unknown __ ____ 2.611 Lola 1. f6, 7, 8. 10. 13 and 1.. Blo<'k ', .. Lots 23 and 24 Block 197 .._____._.-. '.. .. ; __ Roland. J C ... 2-66
Lot 5 flock 111 _____n__._... .-_._...._ ._ ;0. __ __ Unknown __ _n_ .4.18 123 -------___________________r---, __, .:; '_v '';. ._ St. Cloud bevel.opment Lot 1 Block 198 -.--.___ _______..... ._ .. .1 "_ St. Cloud Development .
lot 8 flock 1& : ._'___.__..._._ .e .._ __ _. 1'nknown :.1.88. Cc. __ 11.31 Co. ._

, ; Lota 11. 20, U. Block 16 -___..__--____ _..i.( .._. __ u RI. Cloud Itevel. Lot 11 Block 111 __.___________:.:___.._ "'_ :.... ._ __ Emory ______ 6.11 .Lots 1, 2. 6. 14 16 and 23 Block" 199___. .. ? __ St. Cloud .. 1.1t ,
' y opm..nt Co __ .18 lot 12 Block 121 ---_______.____._--.f __ .-. 'i.; __ ":mor)'. lot J __ 1.1 .. opmen Ctel_ y
.i i Lots 18 and 14 Block 17 _:_______,__.,. _- .._' .. _. -At. Cloud 'Development Iota I to 14 Inc., Block. U4 --a.___. __ '_. r-, __ 8t. Cloud/ Itevel Lots 23 and 24 Block 199 --_ _-.,... .. .. .. _. G..orlt.B P.._ 4.4..
.. Co 4.48 '" opm..nt Co. __ 18.311 lots 6 and 6 Block 200 ..__ __...... .. .... _. .. .. I..
.I .ot. 17 and 18. BloC'k 18 _:_-__.-----.r. : ., -.. .. __ __ At. Cloud n..vel. Lot. 1 to 14 Inc Block 125 ._..-r----..... .-. },e. .t", ''a,, ._ __ St. Cloud Itevelopment Lots 3, 6. .10 and ..22 Block 101. ---?, .-- .. ... ._ ._ St. Cloud Dovel .
,, opm..nt Co. u 1.811 ,: ,' , Co. __ 28.48 opment C0.ID
' ; Lot 8 ) lock 18 ------__-.___ __._a-..... ..10', "p. "-_ __ \Vrhl'ht. n A.._ 1.92 Lot. 1. I, I and 10 to 14 Inc.. Block 128 ._ _r" -. __ St. Cloud Pev..lolm'nt Lot 4 Block 201 201---- -____'__ _.___.. .. .. K. __ Callender. B 'F. }'
',' 140t II flock 18 .____... -+ --... _- __ __ McAlllsten C __ 1:112 . .. Co. __ 18.111 Lot 17 Block - *.. __ .. ._ Unknown ..__.. I..'
,v Lot 111 flock 18 ______.-' ._. ._---.j ... ,.+ ._ __ FI..tb..r.. ,rh.... 1.112 Lots 1. to 12 Ina Block 117'. ,,._;--.;.... '_'-", ;,e .I t y+. __ flit. Cloud l n..v..lopm."t Lots 3. 6. 12. 14. 22 and 24 B7ock20f.-. .. .. J. __ St. Cloud Development ,
... 01 lot 16 Hlo..k 18 _..........._... -I.. ,,_ .._ _. RoNn..on..z. T._ 1.112 Co __ 27.1 Co. .. '4.0.
Lota 1. 2 and 8 flock 18d_.__-"_-___._ ... __ __ At. Cloud l'eveJ.pm..nt Lots 1 to Ii Ina Block 110 ______--___. _- _t, ,", _. ._ 1IIHkin.on. n Lot 6 Block 202 ___--,-___,.____?___._._ .. .. _. __ Stanley, W L .. 1.0"
t. ('0. __ 7,16LM , '.' Co. ____.__.__ 86.110 Lot 8 Block 202 __n______ _.....__ .. .. ... __ Unknowl ...... 1.OtLnt..8
14 flock 19 _" '.... __ .. Farr E P ___._ 1.112 Lob 8 to .0 Ina Block 110 ___.:_---_ ...w '-e-.e-' __ 8t. Cloud bevelopment Lot IS Hlock 202 __u ___... .. .. __ .. _- 8harp. N .... 1.0.
.." 4. 5. 6, 8 ',I3, 18 (land 23 Block
+' Lots 11. 12 and 11 n-------i-------.. +)>0< h Co 28.11 u
t Atoyment Ca __ 4.\8 Tote. 6. 7 and R Block lit -----J. ... _.v .;.f', __ Mellelt Jllr. B. 11.48 203 -_?-------r------------------... .. .:. .. ._ St. Cloud Development 1

Lots I. I. 6. R. 9. III, 11. 12. 11. 16. 111. ,j Lot 10 Block 111 ___________.__-_. ..+ _or .." ..., _.. $1. Cloud n..v..l- Co, __ 8.01
ZOo 21. ::1.2.. 21. 14 flock .2g. ___.._.-__ .-.. 01- __ __ $t. Cloud n..v"larm..nt I Ol.m..nt ('0. .. 4.41 Lot 24, Block 203 ---------.-...___.... .. .. .. __ Unknown ...__. '
+d ;. : C 0. __ 12.111 Lot 2 Block 111 ________-: _- _e. -_' .._ ._ __ Mallett J W ___ 7.80 Lots 1. Y. 4 ,8 9, 18 '19. 20, 22 and 24 .
lot 19 flock 12 _. ____un..__ __ ." __ ._ bnvta R II ___.. 1.111 Tote R4 and II Bock 112 _______ _.__. __ __ :,_' .:_ Slallett. Jllr. It- 17.20 Block 104 nu______.____ ______ .. .. ... __ St. Cloud nevel-
I.ob 6. 6. 8. 16 JR..t0. Hlo..k .23 __ _. i_ A,. .._ St. Cloud 11..1"f. LotA 6. 7. II and.1I flock 112 ---: ------: .'- -- -- -- 8ttl.Clod UtBI- opment Co. .' {

. "f. r- opm..ot ("0. __ 6:16 Cu. _____ 6a .18 Lot 10 Block 204 _u____-__oo________ .. _. .. Unknown ..._..? 8.84
Iota 4. 8. U. 14 and 20 flock Zt __-__- __ ._ __ _- Rt. Cloud Development Lose 1 and 8 Block 183 n____________ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud nevel.apm..nt Lot 17 Block 204 -...-____ _::n.u__ .- ._ .. Hellman, A J .. 1.01
(0. __ 4.41)) Co. __ 1.119 Lot. 1, 6, I and 24 Block 205 _u___ .. .. .. _._ St. Cloud Development 1.0a
.J..ot 6 Block<< 1 14 __ ______ _____n_______ _.- nUn Amoke' ),,11'.'. E. 119 F. inn ft ot Lola. I. 8 Rnd'4 Bloch 133__ __ __ -_ __ Unknown ___on 4,13v Co. -
ota 23 and 24 flock 24 ______ .__.. .. .. ._ __ __ Thomas fro __ 3.119 \ 1110 ft. of Iot. 8. /I and 7 Block 113 -- __ __ __ Ketch A Hall__ 7.80 Lot 1 Block 205 ___n_ ______ ______ .. ._ .. _. fonolly, CM.?. u; '
Lots 16 and III Block 25 __u__ _____.__ __ 00 __ __ ,SloIhr G A ___ 1.112 Lot J Block 134 _____________-________ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud 1>e'elolm..nt Lots 11 and 22 Block !08 ___________- .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development ..
.. I.ot. 23 and 24 Block. 25 __.___.._______ -_ 00 __ __ 1,1111. C 1L. _. 1.112 Co. n 1.11 Co. 1.85
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Lot 1, Blo..k 28 ____________._.__.___ u __ __ __ toIt. Cloud I'\'el. Lot 7 Block 134 ______n________ _____ __ -_ __ __ Unknown _--_n 1.2 Lot 16 Block 206 _____________....____ .. ._ .. 1.' Frank W E ... 1.01 1
e npm"nt "co. __ 1.411 Lots I to 6 Inc.. Block 135 ___ ;_____ __ .._ __ __ 8t. Cloud Drvrl. Lot 22 Block 206 ..--- ___________ -__ __ __ __ Klnffan J 8 ..
lot 2 nlo..k 211 --u__ __ .... __ __ ("outoll.II] A __ 1.19 .7. opm..nt Co. __ 8.10 Lotel.f/,6,0. 8 to It ona, 16 and 22 .o 1.01.

lot 21 HloC'k 21 .___ __________ _. ;._ -. __ Unknown '_ n' 1.111 Lola 1 to 8 Ina. flock 116 -------a. __ _... .._ _. St Cloud Itevelopment Block 207 ___________u_______-_____ _. ? __ __ St. Cloud Development
l.ota I. 11. 19 end 24 Illock211 :;__:.__.... __ .,-. __ __ Rt, Clod beveopment .. Co. _. 7.37 Co. ... T.6T
Ca. u 1..119 Lot. 1 to 6 Inc. Block 187 -w----------- __ .M _- St Cloud bevelopment Lot 2 Block 207 -____________ .. .. .. __ Renedlx.. C .. 1.02
1.0t 9 flock III ._-.______?-_.___.-__. .._. _- __ __ R..t..l1tre. J W__ 1.19 Co. __ 1.17 Lota 17- and 18, Block207 ..___.___1.. .. .. .. .. Codding, J ....j.0.
Lot 12 ItloC'k 18 -______ ____ ____..:.. __ '._ ,__ __ ttuetua. . A. W __ 1.111 I.ot. 1 and 2 Block 188 ____:.___.1'_____ _. ... _. '__ St. Cloud ne"el.opm..t Lot. | to 6 inc., and 8 tj 12 Inc., Block 1.11
t last 14 Block 2e __ _= ___.____...._.___*_ __" _, __ __ 11"kno" __ u__ 1.111l..ot. Ca 8.28 209 -----...............*........... .. .. .., .. St. Cloud DeveN "
6 and II lUo..k 29 ___.-_..-__n.__ ..... M_ -- U St. Cloud. b. velopmrnt : Lot II Block 141 _:________?___-______ -_ __ ... ._ St. Cloud bevelf opment Co. ...'
('o. 2..21 ," :f.. opment Co n 1.4' Lot. ,4. 10. 14. !O and 22 Block 209 ...' .. .. .. .. St.1 Cloud Devel'opment 7.11 w
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lots .. = .('lark. J K ___ 2.66 Lota 7 and 8 Block __ Devllle .
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I. and II flock 29 --0 .. .M ,. r -- : 141 --t------. _, ,-w q- H C 1.1 Co. .
lot 14 Block 811 ; .., ._ Niehola.. FV __ 1.19 Lota II, 41 and 10 Block lib _' ._ __ St. Cloud Itevel. Lots 20 and 2.4 Block 210 1.1
......_ .. 1 'if -- _____-_-. ?;.. + ," 18. -.J--. .. .. _. .. St. Cloud bevelopment -
Lola 4, 8 and 22 Ifockl1 ,..__..F- ,.. ,'. ... -- -- Stop't;: : : "ov..l. . opm..nt Co. __ 2,91 : Co.1.16
6.4' .".'.8 Lots" 4. II and 8 flock tA4 00 __-___-__-, ., .-. ;,.. -- St.:...Cloud_ bevel. Lot. and 2 Block 210 -_______.;..--- .. .. .. __ Jonea., P O ...4
.- lot 20 Block SI _______--._....._.."."__,'r< ''...' ., -- Smith. F J'n_ 1.19 "jo. __ 2.. .u. Lot 17 Block 210 --_____________:..__-.. _. .. .. __ A ... 1.1.
Lot 24 Block 32 __nu_____,._..__.._.__- -. ,r. .. __ -- St. Cloud Development Lots 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 Block 145-___ __ -_ __ __ .St.. Cloud Development Lot 22 Block 210 ..._____________.___ .. .. '.. __ Peter.on. I 1.19-
Co. __ .49 Co. __ 6.16 -- _.. St. Cloud DevVlopment '
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lot 6 Block II __-_u.nn_______-__ -.; __ __ n Hannah B V _. .19 Tot 11 Block 145 ______ ________ __ _... __ __ Unknown nn_ 1.19 Lot IS Block 111 ...____..,..,_______ Co ...- 1.. ;
Lot 21 Block 02 _______"_ -- -- -- -. Allen W WAxtell ___ .19 Lot. I. 2 i., 4. 6, 15, 17. f9.2"i, and 22 Lot 1 Block 211 ._.,-_-----_______ -, .. .. .. Unknown ..jr... .
lot 23 Block.112 _nn___ _: :::.:::: :: -_ -. -- -- J R ___. .19 Block 1411 _--________---______-___ -- -- -- St. Cloud Development -- -- -- _. St. Cloud Development .
t Lot. 13 and 22 Block 33 _________ ._h_ -_ -- -- -- St. Cloud Development Co. __ 6.08 Lot 1. 2, 8. 11, 12 1 and 21 Block !11__ .. 11.64"

Co. _. 2.22 Lot 18 Block 146 ______________ ___ __ -- -- __ Smith J ._.____ 1.02St. Lot 21 Block 212 _____________:_____ .. .. .. __ .obn.on. Co.. 1..
Lot 22 Block 34 __._ ___n_________.. __ -- -- -- -- St. Cloud Development Co. .. .49 Lots 1. S, 10, 11 and 22, Block 147 .-,. -- .__ _* -_ Cloud Development Lot 12, 12 14, 17 and 18 Block 211_--_ .. __ _:. .. Devel. ".

Co. .. 2.52 opment .. *.]&
Lot 7 and 8 Block 34 _____ .-- -- -- -- Ino-ersoll, C L. .92 Lot 1, 2, 6. 15, 21. 22 and 24 Block 14S __ -r -. __ St. Cloud Development Lot 7 Block Ill -___.___,.....;_____.,..! __ ... .. ., Carr T A Co...- 1..
uuu > Jones. M LUnknown __ _ .19 22 Block 114.--.........___..... .. .. I .
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Lot 10 Block 34 __n_____________..___- -- -- -- -- Co. __ 4.62 It Cloud Dv.l.
s Y Lot IS Hlock >4 _____________._ _____ u. __ -_ -- __n._ .19 Lots 2 and 4 Block 148 __ -- __ Lambert A ___ 1.66 opment I... s '
Lot 14 Block 34 un_-_____.-.____..- -.; n -- n Eaton R ..___ .19 Lota 1, 12 and 24 Block 149-........ .-- __ -_ __ St. Cloud Development Lot 7, 8, ,11, 11 to 11 Inc. Block 215 .. ,__ .. _. St. Cloud bevel.oDment .
Lot 20 Block 34 __________.___: _--__: u -- Murphy, M L __ .19 Co. _w; 2.42 Co. __ J8.39-
Lot 21 Block 34 __...-." .."R"T- __ Nelson R C- ... .19 Lot 16 Block 149 Sander, E p_. 1.02Frlabee. Lot 17 Block 215 -----_: -,-____ *_: -. ?, X..nd.11 C .. ....
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Lot 1 Block 35 '_...._ Newcomh R C _'... 1.111 Lot 22. Block 119'T vx Wm. .. 1.02 lots 2. 3. /. 6. 7. 8. 11, -.!,*11. 1&.lli. 't '
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e"', Lot 8 Block 35 -. .', ,Whltlalns ._ AndrewsMoore.sM/i E' -,1.111 Lots ,19,114 and.17 Block 160 eta' Cloud ,Devel'M tat opment Co.. 14.11
Loti24 $ Block, 26 ; .19 opmen Co.*.iBt \. 2.41 Lot 7.1 8. 11, U. U and U. block nn a m mCO [St.! Claud .
Lota, 6 and .I Blockl36Lbtl6IBlockT36 tit* Cloud bevel Lob 1, 9, 6, 9, 131 and !! Dlk 161 *, Cloud ;Development . t... opment i Jyel.. _. 1'.1'
Hi opment Co. 1.11
.Co.l.6f LotI20 Block .11 .
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O'RIef.wJJSi'S&jT 1.111 Lot 10 Hlk till PrlcerWm.Nt S. 1.1\\ Lots lS.TM.RlS and ,1 to "ne.Block + .
Lot tl 6.417 < \ > 3.19 Lot 8'Blkotll.l'' :. Unknown ._ _______ __ _ _. _
18.119.1 Block 36 sz aaxsxzaazaa.; z ., 1.1111 _J,18 --- .- _ _--__.__ _. ._ St. Cloud Dev..Jopment ",
Lot* 9 to 12 In('..- BloC'1< ';17 4.8 Lot 10 Blk 162 ______________________ __ __ ._ -a' ? Wm.___.' 1.111 Co. .. 41.4*
Lot 17. Block 37WVi ____.:_____.__.______ -+ St. Cloud bevel.opment '* Lot 13 Blk 162 __ ,, __ __ __ __ Comer ,C W. 1.11 Lot. 11 and 20. Block 219 _,.....___... __ ._ __ '__ St. Cloud Devel.
Co. .. 1.85 Lota 6 and 6 Blk lli3-n--------- ---7- __ _._ __ __ St. Cloud Development opm.nt Co. a ....
Lob 1t. 14 and 15 Block0 -- -- -- .t>ort..r. N A --__ 2.12 ---- Co. __ 8.69 Lot. 1, 1. Si; 6. '. 10.. 11. 14. I. 18 and -

Lot. 1 to 4 Inc.. Block 41 __ _:::::: n -- n -- OelJ Uu___ 6.33 Lots A. 10, 11 and 12 Blk 153 _____-____ __ __ __ __ Scarr F A __ __ 44.65 20, Block 120 _____.__ ____ ____-__ __ _. _- St. Cloud Development .
Lola K. IS and 24. Ulock 43 __-_ --. -- -- '- St. Cloud Development Lots 13 and 14 Blk 163 ________ __ __ __ __ __ Jones, J R _n_ 2.39 Co. _.
noOn Co. __ &.1 II Lot 8 Blk 154> ____--------------Un- ,__ __ __ ._ .St. Cloud Development Lot f. 8. f and 10 Block 221 __u____ -- __ _- .. Morgan P E.._ 1.41
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Wilson 8 A _A' 6.96 Co. ._ 2.59 Lot. I. 2. 1. 4. 6 to IS Inc., 15. 16. 21. .It
l.ot.and; 8.Block 43 ______ __________ -- -- -- ,
Lot 24 Block 44 __ _nn.n ___________ -- -- -_ -- St. Cloud Development Lots 17. 18 21, 2-2. Blk 165 -___________ .._ " __ Seminole LandklnvCo. 22, IS and 14 Block 222 ____________ _.. __ __ ._ St. Cloud Derel.
Co. _. 2.69 u. s.io opment Co. .. 40.T
Lot IS Block 44 __ T -- -- Crawford. W F_ 2.29 Lot 20 Blk 185 -n__ __ __ "'". Bruce, C .______ 2.29 Lots 1 to 20 Inc., Block 222 -s __ ._ Ste P P ll.lt
Lots 6 and 6 Block 47-::::::.::::::::: -- u LJvlnKston, M L 6.60 Lot. 13. 14, 18, 21 and 22 Blk 189..._ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Devel. 1.01 6. 7. 8 and 11 to 20 Inc.. and 81- nw.ndea
j Iota 7 and 8 Hlock 41 -- -- -- -- Poreda' \V __. 6.60 opment Co __ 11.78 24 Block 223 ___ ___n___.__-, __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development ..
Lola 16 ...nd6\ Block 48-------------- -- -- -- -: IiuMoud E__ 15.15: Lots 4, 5 and 6 Blk 156 __n_____ __ __ __ __ __ Moore, I L ... IK.09 Co. _. 84.88;
Lots 1 and 2 Block, 60 __:::_:: ::::::: "* -- -- n .. Lot IB Blk 156 -------n_ __ __ __ Clark. A ____ 2.66 Lots 3, 4, 7. 8, IS to 31 Inc., E3. 24, ''
,\ v opment Co. __ 4.43 Lots. 7. 9. 9, 11, 12 and 19 to 24 Inc. Block 224 ________.,_____________ __ .- -. __ St. Cloud Development
St. Cloud Development Blk 167 ___ _____ ______ __ __ St. Cloud Development d
Lot 1. 13, 21 and 22 Block 61 _nu__ -- -- U -- --- _. -- Co. -- 34.13
Co. __ 8.10 Co __ 28.6 Lota 6 and 6 Block 224 .. .. __ Fenton. J B
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Lot 9 Block 82 __ _nn____ -- -- -" Salted M ...- 1.92 Lot. I to 8 Inc. and 13 to 16 Inc.. and Lot 15, 16, 19 and 20 Block 225 .._. .. __ ,.. __ St. Cloud Development 4..4
-- St. Cloud Development 19 to Inc. Block 188 ___,___ __ __ St. Cloud Development .
Lots 21, 23 and 24 IHol'k' 68- -- 2 _____ -- Co. _. .10)
Co. 6.16 Co. __ 63.97 Lot 7 Block 225 _____n_______...._____ A_ ._ _. __ Powell. J R--. .11
Lots 16 and 16 Block 64 _____________. -- -- -- -- Main Oeo ---- 12 21 Lots IS, 19, 20, 11.22 Block 159__--__,,. .- -. Y _. __ .St. Cloud IeVeIopmrnt Lot 8 to 12 Inc.. Block 22 .- -- .. .. .- __ Babcock, W )t._ 18..'
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Lot 17 Block 67 ____nu- +- "* -- -. Molltnicer, Ida. 1.19 Co. n 1.4 Lots 11 and 12 Block ....._____ -. .. .. ._ St. Cloud Development f
Lots 7 and 8 Block 68 ______________. -- -- -- HlOSM, J K ___ 7.07 i.ots 1, 2, 2 and Block< 1S9 _______ -- __ __ __ Unknown ______ 12.21 '. Co. 1.60 i
Lot 11 Hlock 68 _.-_______ .__ _.___ -- -- -- -.. Ke)'. C L _n__. 1.19 Lot 17 Hlork 169 .,__ ::. __ __ ._ __ Young/ I) W __ Lot S Block 226 -_ j.______.____.____.. .. .. .. __ Dlefendorf -. 1.2
\ }. Lot 12 Block 88 __ _________ _. -- -- -. -- Moore B __n__ 1.19 Lots 2, 3, 15, 1 19 and 20 Block 160.. _- __ __ St. Cloud Development 8.8 Lot 10 Hlock 226 ______._______...... .. .. .. __ Trainer p__- 1.1
I Lots 23 and 24 Block 68 ....... .........' -. -- -- -- Butcher M W.. 1.92 Co. .. 28.68 Lot 20 Block 226 _____..-... __ __ __ __ Beckley. I K I.'*
.. Lot. IS and 16 Block 59 ____uoo.._____ _.- .- -- St. Cloud Development Lots 23 and 24'Block 160 ____nn___ -- _. ._ -- Tllton. 113 .__. 46.39: Lots, 8, 12 IS and 147llock 227 u_..... -_ .. >.. __ St. Cloud bevel.
." ', Co. __ 2.22 Lots 14. 17.. 18 and 19 Block 161 ___ -- -- __ __ St. Cloud Development ., Co. .pV
'' Lot.' 17 and 18 Block 69! ---e--o-_-_--- u -- -- WeitlgF _n -- 1.92 ... Co. _- 21.33 Lot 11 Block 227 ___ ___00 ____ -- __ .. .. nSSff'. f H 1.76 1
Lots 23 and 24 Block/ 69 ..--_- -- -- -- -- ,Sayer C A -- -_ 1.92 Lot. 1, E. 2 and 4 Block 161 __________ .. __ -. .- St. Cloud Development Lot 15 Block 227 ___I_____I.I____I.II .. .. ? Miller? Jim W"_ .75
,, Lots 2. 10. 12 and IS Block 60 :::::::: -- u -- u St. Cloud Devel.opment Co; -.212 Lot 18 Block 227 _________________1,- __ __ ._ Watrou... L A "__ ..78
Co. __ 8.69c Lot 9 Block 161 ________ __________ __ _? __ __ Scarr. K O ____ Lot 23 Block 227 ____ _-.....__ ___ .. .. _. .. Cook. M -O V .751 +
,\' Lot S Block 60 .I -- *- _- -- Unknown ------ 1.19 Lots 3 and 4 Block 162 --__________"__ __ .- __ Derham A ____ 92.83 Lot IS Block 229 ____--.--________-:.. .. .. _. .. St. Cloud bevel.
.' if Lots 17, 18, 21 and Z Block;; (el :::::::: .. -- Hayes, R HHrlnKman. ---- S.39 Lot 16, Block 162 ____ ________-___._ .. _- __ .. Rmlh. L V _on 7.80 opment Co .49--
,.',. Lot 14 Block 82' __ -- -- "- -- S L 1.66 Lots 8. 7 and 8 Block 163 _..h-nn, -- __ __ __ Devrl- lots 17 and 18 Block 129.:._________.. .. .. _. .. Clough 0 4__ 1..
Lot 6 Block 66 unnu\n' - ....!_ __ -- -- Young Mrs. E a 7.80 opment Co. .. 16.19 Lots 21 and II' Block 229 __nu_____ .. -. .. Bunker E s"__ 1...
Lots 1 and 2 Hlock 67 ::::.._.:::::: -' -. Rlaan J K __h 15.15 Lots 1, 2 and 8 except W 80 ft. Blk 163 __ __ -.. __ Cheesman M V 4.13 Lot. 8, 11, 1 and 18 Block 210 ...... .. .. .. ._ St. Cloud Devel- .
Lot 3 -- -- Matchley J SNehls. __ S.29 Lot 14 Block 163 __ .. ._ Oustus __
Block 67 -________ __ AV 7.80 ""' Co. ....
Lots 6 and 6 lo.j-i7--un7---------( -- -- -- A F u__ 11.48 Lot 22 Block 163 ______...____--___: .. _- .. __ Penn, GV n__ 44.65 l.ot'8 Block 230 --__._-_______--.1__ -_ __ __ __ I B _.-__
a Lots 1 and :2. Block 69 :::::::.:::::::: u -- Crass F W _.__ 4.86 Lots 23 and 24 Block 163 ________.___ __ __ __ Penn T ___n.. 69.25 Lot. 12, 16 and 20 Block 211. ...... .. .. _. _. Titon. Devel. 1.11 H
Lot. 16 and 18 Block 69 ________.. ____ -- -- Tllton. I B ___ 13.31 I.ot. 7 and 8 Block 164 ______________ __ __ __ ._ Tydman R __ _. 7.80 opmeAt __ I.. b
Lot 19 Block 71 ____n_...._______..... -- -_ -- -- Unknown .__.__ 2.03 Undlv. H Int. In lots 13 and 14 Blk 164 __ ____- __ --Tllton. 113 ____ 6.60 Lot 4 and 5 Block 231 ___________'... -. .. .. ? Nehl.. A Co 1..9. -'
't lot 20 Hlock 71 _______...1____________J -- -* '- .- Stallard. A BJones -- 3.02 Lot 22- Block 164 ? ,J __ ..' Unknown ______ 6.60 Lot 11 Block 211 _- -.- _- Smith;B si-. > .S.
Lot 13 Block 72 _.__nu.un__ -- -__ O H ____ 3,02 Lots 15, 16 19, 20, f1 and 22 Block 165 "- --' --_ __ St. Cloud Development Lot. 17. 18, 9f and 22 Block ii::: -- :- -I II Emery, A I:::: .86 ,
. .' Lots 17 and 18 Block 73 _____.....s-i='== -Davis--J -----. 4.86 Co. __ 18.29 Lot 6, 11, 1 and IS Block -. .. .. ... St. Cloud DevVlLots .
-- f Lot 15 Block 74 _uuuun--- " u St. Cloud Devel.opment Lot. 22, I and 24 Block 166 ____ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud ]Development 1 : opm..nt Co. 2..e
; Co. __ 2.96 Co. __ 8.10 1 Block 233 _____n_______..____ -_ .. .. E A '.1'
- Lot 13 Block 75 .;uuoo_____ U -. -- " St. Cloud Develooment Lot. 19 to 2 Inc., Block 167 ____...__. __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Devel.nnment Lots 9 and 1 Block 231 _--,______ -- .. T. _. D..nn..tt Dev.'uLot t
Co. 2.96 Co. __ R.1A
tF Lots 9 and 18 to 16 Inc. Block 76._ -_ -- -- u St. Cloud Devebopment Iota 1 to 6 Inc. Block __ __ __ -- Blubaumh.' -i__ 11.48: 16 Block 233 __ ________..-__1_ __ __ __ __ WeTdlSnlVB- Uf
'. __ 7. 8. Co. __ 17.61i Lot. 7 and 8 Block 167 18 __ __ __ __ Unknown -_ Lot 17 Block III ________.___________ __ __ F II
J. Plat Lots 11 and 13 Block 167-,.. -- __ -- Mlubaugrh H __ 4.1 Lot 22 Block ________n__________ -- __ __ ._ Mcull.n 8 1.01
,i Lot P.6 AVeleker's Block 78 .Supplemental_____________00_____. __ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ 1.116 Lots 22. I and 24 flock'168---.-_-____ __ __ __ __ I"0/' G n__ 4.8 Lots 16 and 20 Block 234 ..___....... __ .. __ St. Cloud DeVeULot 1.01
Lots 4, 6. 6 and 7, Block 97 __________ -- -- -- -- Scarr. F 0 ---- 4.88 Lots 3 4 Block 169 ._ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development opment Co. ..
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, ft. ('load. CO.'h 8.32 5 Block 224 ---------_"___________ "_ __ "", __ Walker, A E __
Lot. 18, 16 20 and 22 Block 81 ______ .- -- -- -- St. Cloud l'I..vel- Lot 21 and 22 Block 169 -- __ __ __ Klrkwood. J C302 Lots 2, 9 to 15 Inc... 20, 23 and 24,
opment Co. n 1.811 Lot 1 Block 170 __ _________ __ __ __ u Hobblna.. J J _ 1.76 Block 235 -----_____--.-._._...---.. .. _. .. .1; St. Cloud Development .
Kleeegune. I 619 Lot Block 170 _nu.u __ __ __ -- no..,. J K .- .76 Co. __
Lot 10, Block 81 _-__un..n____ -- -- -- -- !Mulct 1'1 R --_ 1.19 Lot 20 Block 170 ,- __ __ __ Hedler C H __ .76 Lot 16 Block 235 --------.....__--.-_ .. '__ __ _. Unknown ...___ 7.12.
Lot 21 Block 81 __ _. _______ -- -- -- St. Cloud DeveloDment n Lots 1 and 2 Block 172 .. __ __ __ Au.tn. M A ___ .92 Lot 12 Block 236 -------________-_.__ .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development -
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Lot. 1 2. 4 and 23 82 -- -
Co. __ S 811. Lot 7 Block 172 _. -. __ __ __ 1.19 Co. __ 1.21
Lots 23 and 24 __ __ __ fw..ar.nl..r. I Lot 10 Block 237 ____ __.____.___ JL __ .
__ __ 'rlnl/l'\lr./ R G .1.111' Block 172 __________ -- .92 n .. Tyner, A __.... 1.65
Lot 19 Block 82 _____________n_______ +- -- Moore.. M L 1.111 Lot 2 Block 173 ___________________i __ __ .- -- St. Cloud Development Lot 16 Block 237 ____ ___. ___--__-_ .. __' ._ .. Morse J B-._ 1.65
a Lots 19 and 20 Block .83 ------e------- -_- _-_- -- -- St Cloud n..v..lIot. ---- Co. __ '.49 Lots. 21 and 22 Block 237 .--_________ .. .. __ .. Morgan R ____ 2.66
Lota 17. 19 and 23 Block 84 ....______ 00 -- 2,96 Lots 11 and 12 Block 173 _.- __ -- -- __ Davis.... H H .92 Lot. 19, 20 and 22 Block 228 ___ ___ .. _. __ .. St. Cloud Development -
nl'h.ny.C: : Lot S Block 174 __ __ __ St. Cloud Development
__ _! __ __ C P. 6.66 -- Co. ._ 4.06
.. $. 9 and f 10 Block 84Lot Lots 17 and 18 Block 238 _.____ __
unnU Unknown 1.19 Co. __ 1.49 __ __ _. _. .. Unknown ______ 3.66
14 Block 84 ______________..______ -_-_ -- -- -- Jo'ryburg. J--L----_ 1.112 Lot S Block 175 -. __ __ -- St. Cloud Development Lot 7 Block<< 289 -,---..---*---.....--.- .. .. _. ._ St. Cloud Devel
A Lota 15 and 16 Block 84 -___n_______ U -- -- Co. __

Lots 21 and 22 Block 86 __.___________ -- __ -- -- Faucelle S. Cloud l'Ievel-n E 1.111 Lot 2 Block 176 -.-________. -- -- __ _- Hkno'lJ ___u 1.4. Lota 1 and 1 Block 240 --..___.__.. ... .. ._ .. Unknown opment Ca._._.': 4.18 2.21 '
Lota 4, 6 and 8 Block 85 .--_"_--____-- -- -- 00 -- opment Co. __ J.U Lot 6 Block 175 _._- __ __ -- __ Miler. M B -._ .19 Lot. 11 22, Block 241 .--..__... .. _. .. St. Cloud Development .
r Lot 16 Block 176 J K ______ .19 Lit
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.\. Lot S Block 88 _______.._______________ -- \ -- -- -- Bt Cloud Development Co __- 1.411 Lot 19 Hlock 175 _------I-_---------_--- ---- --. Rlat..r. 0..0. ._n 1.111 IAt 2 Block 241 ...-..._..____........ ._ ?_ ._ .. Unknown ..._ ... 5."* i

'. .. Smith, II ___ 1.111 Lot 21 Block 176 _,_. __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development Lot 10 Block 241 ....______?______.__ .. _. _. .. Banter. FA.. '.1' w
Lot 5 Block 86 ....___:1.______ _______ -- -- Furman R--- I.JII Co.. _. 1.411 Lot II Hlock 241 ----.____........... _. _. _. .. Newcomb, 8 C.Z' '.1.
: Lot 6 Block 86 .____._____,--.-.'--.- --_ -- -- -- HopkeSt.opkeClo. ---- 1.19 Lot I Block 177 _..__-_._ -. __ .- __ Thatcher S B._ ,19 Lot. 20 to 23 inc. Block 242 .......... .. .. ._ St. Cloud Development
'a. Lot 15 Block-86 __.-_.__.______00_t.. -- -- udH De--vel- Lot. 6 and 7 Block 177 _._ __ __ _.. Oardner B ____ Co. .. 8.10
Lots 1 and 1 Block 17 ..'-_____________ -- -- -- -- opment Co __ J.II Lot 9 Block 177 -.-.._?.:..._<. .--. __ ._ __ Luce. C A ..._ 4.1 lot 15 and It Block 14f.___--____... _. .. __ _. Oeer W H .... .... {.,
.' .. Clark J K 1.1' Lot 13 Block 177 -.- __ __ __ -- Johnaon. A. B _. .19 Lot11. 12, 16 and 16 Block 243 ...... .. _.. .. .. St. Cloud Development 1
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"", Lot 24 Block IT ..........._____..____ -- -- 8t. Cloud Development Lot 2 Block _____...._ .. __ __ ..J WT .... .18 Co. ._ ...f
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., Lot 1 Block IS ..____.____.,__.-__.__.., -- --. -- Co __ I.U' Lot. IS and 147Block 180 _,_ _. __ __ Stn4loud Development Lot* 15, 16, 19, 20, 22, 21 and 14 Blk 244 ?_ .. __ ._ St. Cloud Development \ ,4

Co. .. I..33 .. 16.18.
\: Lot 6 Block 89 .. ___.:___.______._.____ -- --' .. -- St Cloud Development Co __ t.4' Lot. 11 and 12 Block 181 __ __ -_ St. cloud Devel. Lot. 1'to 8 Inc., and 1 to 14 Inc.. Blk .Co '

Tucker II I.JII opment Co. .. 2.81 246 -----.------...-.....-.._....._ __ ._ St. Cloud Devel.
." Lot 24 Block 19 ,___________n______ __ -- -- -- ---- Lot 10 Block 181 -! __ -. __ __ Unknown .- .92 opment Co. ._ 87.80- ;
,,' Lot. 1 to 6 Inc. and Lots 16. 17. 18 and ._ Bt Cloud Ievel- Lot 14 Block 181 _- __ __. __ __ H eller, W .66 Lot 9 to 11. loc., 'Block 145 ._......... __ _ St. Cloud'I>ev l- f
21. .Block 90 T___...______.___.________ -- -- opment Co 7.87 Lot 13. I', 29 Block 182 -T- __ __ __ __ ft. Cloud Devel- J I S opment .... 1.1.
: opmftnc Co. __ v.ivLotl7. Lta to 6 Ina, and U, 11 and to H"
Lot 22 Block 90 __... ________ __ __ -- -- Runkle J H 1.111 '. Block 146 ......___ _..1_ T
Block .. __ __ -- )HOlm.. P .1.. 15.111 Block 181 .- __ _ __ uu.. A .3'.1 J'o. : _ St. Cloud Development '
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Lot 8 to 13 Inc. 91 .. ____ rJ Lot 99:. __ Unknown J.It .. 24.94
__ ______ ________ __ -- -- Wilcox U -- 1'1rf Lot It Block241 Co j
Lot 17 Block 91 ___ St Cloud Deve Lob I, 11 1'Block181"l St Cloud bevel_ -.---.....-._...._. _ _
Lot I, 2, 4 and 21 Block 98 ._______._ .- -- -- anl opm.nt'Co '.01 '- Brodenba"lb 1.68

opment Ca __ 1.811. t.ot II 'Block 1.4 _______ __ __ __i __ 9 ?_ 1.11 II Lot '. 7. 1. I. 14. 15. IT. II.- (and 'f.L J/a'
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Lot 11 and 14 Block ? ....____.____ -- .. -. --J opment ,Co. __ 1.1i' Lot I.JBlock 161 -___. ___-- ._ _. __ -_ FhneeeW Ar._ '.11 10, Block '. ..//.I., ........ _-. _ $ ''Cloud Ive.I"

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I Lot IS, 14, 15 and IT to 24 Inc., Block .. Lot 8 Block U5 -____._.._ ... y_' .._ _.. Unknown _-__ 1.111 Lot. 1, 2, 5, 8, t, and 16 Block 411' ...? .. .. .. -_ St. Cloud DevelOpment -
241 ______._- ____ _____________..___ __ __ __ -- St. Cloud Development l. Lots 1& and 18 Block 316---_____ .____ ? _, __ .... Cory V L-____ 1.11 Co. __ 16.19
Co. __ It... Lot. 6. I. 8. 11. 14. n. 18. 19. 21 and Lot. 1 to 6 Inc., and Lot 10, Block 410.. .. .. .. __ St. Cloud Development -

Lot 1. !. t, 9 to 15 Inc., 17, 11. !1. and II Block "II __________..:_________._ __ -_-. __ __' St. Cloud DevelLOt. Co. __ I.'I.
Block 249 ...._..__-- __....... __ __ __ _. flt. Cloud Development opment Co. -- '.U 8W of Lot 7 Block 410 ____ _.,___... .. .. .. ._ Snow J D .... .65
1,f. 22 Co. lt.71 'J 11 1. 11. U. 14. U. n. u. and ic Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 411 .__'__.::___ _. _. .. __ St. Cloud Development .

x All except Lot II Block 250 ........... .. ._ .. .._ St. Cloud levelOpment Block Ill ________________----_____ _- -_ ._ -_ St. Cloud Derelopment "n ,' Co. __ 4.41 .
Co. .. 24.5t Ca __ 8.18 Lot. 1 to 10 Inc., mock 411 .......... ._ .. .. :. St Cloud Development
v ', Lot 1 to 10 Inc., except. Lot 7 Blk 26ILots .. .. ,. ., _.. St. Cloud Development Lot I Block In ______-..._.._.._..______.. ._ -_ ._ Aulet. 11 ______ 1.01 . % Co. ._ .'.1'
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Co., __ 28.68 Lot 8 Block In _____ __._ ;v -- _- __ .EDcll.h.. J D __ 1.02 Lots 1 to .10 Inc., Block 411 u......... ,, .. .. .. __ St. Cloud Development .. '
) ,' 19 and 20 Block 22 u......___. .. .- __ -_ Perk In.. It B .. 4.13 Lou C. 7. 8. 14. 16, 17 to$1, Inc..t3 and. Co. ...8.

I Lou .. ( and t Block 268 ..______..-- .. '., -. -.. St. Cloud Devel IC Block 118 _un_.._________-____ __ _- __ _. St. Cloud Devel- Lot.. 1 to 10 Inc, Block 414 .-....+_-. ... .. 'r.- .. St. Cloud Development .
x opment Co. _. 4.41 -- 1.17 '_ '' Co. ._ 19.1S:

to 12 Inc. Block 253 ____._____ '-.' __ ... .._ Worthlngton, I.01. I and 2 Block UI :_.______.,._... ._ r:: -. ._ )loparchentCHCo. ___ 1,61 Lots 1 to 19 Inc., Block 415 _.._-**-,-- :. .. .. -,- St. Cloud level
Lot 9 "
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Flock 263 .. ,. --r: _*._ n __ _.,> __ Klnnrsn, J H .. 1.75Ferrell. 12. and Ie Block IU -___----.------- __' -_ __ __ 8t. Cloud Devel. Lot*.. 1 to 10 Inc. Block 411 --_...____ .. .. ..; -_ St. Cloud Develji
J Lot 14 -r-- ... .- .. -- 5( M ... 1.76 . opment C9. z8,23: opment Co .. 16.15 I
263 - --
I Lot 18 Block. 17 and It u.Black-264- .... ?.. .. --1 __ St. Cloud Development Jot 10 Block 11. ________ .____ ;:_ ; _, __ .+ I'Itad"en' It JJ_. 1.02 Lot lto 10 .Inc., ,. Block 117----------, ... .. "_. ,__ St. Cloud Development .
Lob 7'( I, 12.. Co. __ 4.41Reeves. l.ote. 3. 4,' G., 7..8. II and IC Block 120? __ __ _.., -.t 'St. Cloud U."el. Co. 16.15rote -

r 264 ........ ... .-- .- -- *- ..- B ----- 1.19 C. 4.62 ; 1 to 10, Inc., Block 418 ..__....,*,. .. _? ... .- St. Cloud levclopment -
Lot 20 flock --.-u.h--*- .. .. -i. __ __ St. Cloud Development Lot t3 Block 820 _______ __.__.___+._ ... ..": ;ow __ Carte. I' _,,_:; 1.01 Co. .. 15.45
Lot 19 Block 265 ,* .n-- .- ('0. __ 1.32 Iota I. 2, C. 11. 12. 14 16,17and 18'' Lot .1 .to. 10 Inc., Block 419 .___...... .. ., .. _. St. Cloud Ilevel-.

16 Block. 265 .___........____.._...-> _._ __, _. .._ King. W Q. --. 1.028t. lock 311 _-____._--__---....-..- __ ,:.. c. ,t. Cloud D.vely\ , opment Co. .. 1D.45- .
Lot
....__.....,..__......-- .. .. -.. Cloud Ilevel.opment ti ; ,c. 6.08 Lot..* 1 to'5 Inc.. Block 42Q, .......... __ .. .._ __ St. Cloud HovelOpment -
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Lot 23 Block "i Co. .. 1.32 Lot 8 Block IU'' _______u_ : '" -: __ .;.. u037nr.\: ,.. 1.02Lots : .' .. Co. a.591
Development I- 6 6 14. J8 and 17 llldek-322.. '":_ _. 8t. Cloud Development Lot 1 t Block 421 ... .. .. ' St. Cloud nevolj *
18 19 '23. and 24 Blk 257 ..' .10. ,. -: St. Cloud ? 16. ,- .r. to Inc. .,- - .. .. V.: .. ,
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Lot 1,. Co. .. 4.62St. ,. Co __ C.08 '. opment ('0. .. 2.50- "

U" and 23 Block 268 ?..:J "''.. .? .. .._ Cloud Iieelopment Lotll II, 14, 15., and 11 Block 123 ----.- __ r_ +_ _.., fit. Cloud revelopment Lot 1 to 10 Ind., Block C21 __._...... '. .. ., .'. .:. St. Cloud lievelopment ,
Lot 8. 11? U.. . Co. .. 33 . : Co . 2.96 Co. .? 15.45.
.. St. Cloud lievel. Lots 8 and I"Block 321 . ... I ", '._ __ Hatton., 14 I" _ 7.80 Lot 1 'to 10 Inc. Block-423 '.. !. .. St. Cloud Development
Lot 1 Block 259 .,..__.____.,__u-- -- __ -- -- -. ------ "I"; .- ,;, '-;,-'A; ." -- '1b./6
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opment ( 0. .. ,.1.32 l.ob 17- and 111 Block 121 "' --------1-- _. .or- ''HrlndenbaughI' -

and 18 Block 269 ___ ___..__._ _. ._ Robins F Ii. 1.66St. .: ".. \V -_._n___ 1.86 Lot 1 to 10 Inc.,, Block 424 ........... .?. .. .a: .. .. St.' Cloud lleve.1oprnent r
Tote 17 U 16. 19 21 and 23 'Ulk 260 '? ',, ,_ __ Cloud 1)cvelopment : > Lot. 7. 8. 9 and JJ Blo..k IZC "-----r ,. .... _. __ St. Cloud Pvdlopment ( o. 15.4..
Lot. 8, 11. Co. 4.62 ('o,. - 2.lIft Ixit 1 to 10 Inc,, Block 425 ..--.--.-- -. .. .. -- St. Cloud llevelopment *
U 'lind 2 C Block 261.. .. .. .. __ St. Cloud lrvclopment Lot 14 'flock 324 __ ___ __ _, .__ _. :alullaney J __-_ 1.02'Lots ; Co. .. 15.45
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Lot 1, 6, 14, ., Co. .. 4.06 1 tll 10. Inc., and 13. 16-and 18Bluck Lot 1 to 10 Inc.? Block 426 ..._...-__' .. _. .. .? St. Cloud Development

r 261.. _. _... .... ;.- .. .. .._ Oreen. L ------ 1.02 al8 -____-_.._._....-_-..-___-__. .. Jo' __ _. St. 'Cloud ievelopment Co .. !16,46 I
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Lot S .._-. -_. ...--.-i-- _,___. _, _:.. ...: Fu"..". J H ... 1.02 I' A : \\ \ Co. ._ 8.21 Ixit 1 to 10 Inc., Block 417..--------y, .. .. .. .- St. Cloud levelopment ,
Lot I Block 261 and 44 IJlork+ 262...,.__rw/, ... ... __ St. Cloud Development Lot 18 ;(lock 828-_._-_..__..-_"_::.. ..:...!jI..j; _.. _: :M"rr..11, D .G' _.. 1.02 : .'. 'jl ; '. Co. .. 19.13:
Lota 1,14. 8, 10. .. Co. .. 3.52 Lota I. 2 and I tD 17 Inc, Except 18 and ',,.. ',\ /. I,' Ix>t* 1 to'8 Inc.. Block 428 ..........,;,,','-- .. --7'\ri' ,,:,,' .. St Cloud Ilevelopment .
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11. 11 and 20, Block 263. ... .... __ ._ St.' Cloud nevel'opment 16 flock -327 -_.__.-_-_._._-_.--..:._. ... ;..'; __ ..y St. Cloud TI"'el. . ': '. a3A ,."." Co. I8.391St.
Lot 4. 4. 9. Co. __ 4.On opment Co. ._' 7.81' lots 1 to 8 'Inc..,, Block 129.............; ,r.; ..,, ... .. Cloud Ilevel..

Block 2U ________ _._ .... ._' __ -_ _. Newell F.-" 1.02 l..ot 3 Block 327 __-:___.--_.__?._.: __.. -.0.r;! ; __':" __ Mant..r Jo' M1.02 : ., . _, opment Co.. _. 18.S9-
1'ot I 24.1no,. Shock UC .__.,1 __ __ St. Cloud Development I.ou 4 and 6 Block 327 ________-..._- .wr. ,_oJ .- Flnl..y, If 3d __ 1.16 Lot. 1 to d. Inc.. Block CIO ..-._.,.-. .. .. .. _. St. Cloud Development
Lot.. nand 11 to u u Co. .. '3.62McOeachln lot 18. Flock 827 ______.__ ____ -"' _'I' __ __ Yo'tIter, A J___ 1.02 ,'. Co. __ I.94St.

end 4 Block 264 _.____... _. u Jail 1.66Iierham. 1.ta 1. 2. 11. 6. 7. 8, 10. U. 12,13. 16 Lot 1 to 4 Inc. Block 431 .......__. .. .'. .. __ Cloud Development
Lot 2 u- -- .. 102 17 \IIock 328 __ _____ __ ___ I'It' Cloud Devel Co. .. 2.iZ I
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Lot 6 flock 264 264 _____.____._-_--__-__-_..--.-.. .-. .. -..- .. Stevenson O -- 102 : ODmenl. Co -: 7.87 Lot 3 and .4 Block432 .____...__...- .. ,.i. ., ._ St. Cloud\ Development I''
t Block .
Lot ___ _________ __ __ Kochler, "'m. 1.02Fraley. ;.ot 7 Block 3t. c------_______-..--. .+ _... .._ __ __ St. Cloud Bevelopment Co. __ 6.90
Lot 7 Block 264 --- : -- -- -- <-- ., '. (" . 1.32 434 _________..... .,... '. St. Cloud Ilevel'opment
and 17 Block 264 ____...__-__ .. __ ,._ __ S W -=- 1.66lan. Lot 4 Block ,, ,-r,.. ... .' '
3 i Lot It < W' C ______ 1.02 1mta" I and C Block 1211 __.__.._ ._-_._. _a _e. __ __ Unknown.. __ 1,65l.ut Co. __ S.32:
Lot 18 Block 264 St. Cloud Development 6 Block 129 __ ________. __' -0 ._ __ Baum 0 _ 1.112 Lot 1 to t Inc.. Block 436 __.....j.Lo'ta .,.-.._ .. ... .. __ St. Cloud Development '
Lot 17 Block 265 .".J-----------------------' : Co. .. 1.32Lot. Lou 14. 15 and 16 Block823 .__ .______ -- .-. _- __ Hammond: II l.f6 .' . Co. ._ 16.19

188... .. St. Cloud Development .._ ._ 8t. Cloud Deveiopment 2 to 6 Inc Block 4S7 .,..<,.<.,.. .. .. '.- _. St.' Cloud Development
5. I and It to II Inc. Block ;:_ ... ._ Lot It 1I10 k 330 _._____.?___ .__.._._ -r -4 -7--- ' .
Co _. 4.06Klnir. ,. __ CD. __ 1.31 / ' ., ( Co. __ 13 61St.

Lot 1 Block 268. __:____u....-____.*-.-< '__ -- __. __ L 0 ____ 1.02lalnse. Lot 11' Block 130 -.__.__._.___.._; __-..-... :;"/ ? -. Clau..en L E._ 1.02'' Lot I' to 6 Inc., Block 438.......,..,/..,....
Lot 21 Block 268 _______---'_-..___.__ -' --' -- __ ( Wm n_ 1.02 lot 8 Block 631 _____ .__... .. _... -- __ __ taker,' N _n___ 101 --- ' ." Co. ..
Lot 1. 1 and 8 Block 207'-------r, .--!r .* ... -- _. 'St' Cloud Development , Lob IC and 16. Block381 _... ..__. .._ '... _. ,._ Taylor J R ____ 1.66 Lot 1 to 8 Inc, Block 439 -..._. ,'- .? .. .. __ St. Cloud Ilevel.opment t8.3Jo:
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Co. .- 242 Lots 1. 2. Ii 17 and 11 Block 382- __ .:. __ St Cloud>",'elopm..nt '.
--r ? vp-- "LOl. 1 8 IncBlock 440 __... . .... St. Cloud Ilevel'opment
to : _. ., .
Lot 10 Block 267 -------------------4.: -. .. -- _- Flarln. J P ---- 1.MlBt Co. __ 3.62 ? A.' "
Lot 1, 1. 14 and 18 Block 268 ___....,... .. .. .. _.. Cloud Development Lot 8 Dln..k 132 .____ __________ ___- __ _'; __ ._ Ryan J J n__ I.UI ,' i'( Co. __. IS.3)St. :
("0. _. 2.96 l..ot 10 Block 132 u_"-______ --___.... __ .._ __ __ ('err J 1.02 Lot. 1 to 10 Inc.. 1110'k. 441 .......,,.... ... .. ._ Cloud Development .
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__ ........ Palmer J C ___ 1.02 Lot. and 18 Block 833-- . __ .... __ /it. Cloud ll.vel. Co. 4
Lot 8 Block 118 ______ __ .- _. I .2, 17 ._. ;r '
1 10 Inc Block 441 ... ..:... .r W
Lot 10.Block 268 .... __._____.-.*....- __ ,_ __ __ Unknown .----- 1.02 ',' ;' . opm'nt "0. __ 2 96 T.olp! to ? . .,, .a.,, __ ATrustee
Lot. 1. 2 9 18, 17, 18. 20, 22 23. and Lot 8 Block 333 ______.: .: ... .it. ,,_ __ (Clark J K ____ 1.03 ___ 4.13Truetee :
__ St Cloud Devel 18 Illuck 311. _- : ::_ __ SL Cloud lovelopmrnt Luis 1 to 10 Inc? Block 443 ....., ,...-.-. .. ,.. .,.. __ Olnn, W A
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1 'II f 24,. Block 269 ___._..________ n > __ __ opmentHeart Coi.. 666\ Lou 718, 14 16, 11 and +v Co. __ C.06 ., '. '., . ..__ __ 443-

l.1 Lot 21 Block 269 ___.,.-.a.-.._ .. -. -- _. F M -___ 1.02 Lots 10. U and 12 13lock 314 _____._n. _. ._ __ __ 1.lnd..rman. M A 1.12 Lots 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 444 ._..____,- ... -- J L __ St Cloud. Irevelopment .
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1'' All exceptlot.. 8, 12, 17 and 20 Blk 270 .. .. .. __ St. Cloud Devel- Lots 1, 8.9 13. IC and 11)) Block ear a' n _- __ __ I't. Cloud Irevelopment Co. .
opment Co. -_ 11.78 ('0. _. C.06 Lots I to' 10 Inc., Block. 445 _-__-___.,: .. -r. -- -- Cloud 'Lvilopment -

All except Lot 6. 8 and 16 Block 271__ _. __ .. __ St. Cloud Devel- Tote to IC Inc. Block 335 ___ . .. .__ __ __ _. __ Reed 'S II __ 2.66 t ('u. 4,4tSt X
oipment Co. __ 1234 I Lots 7 to IC Inc.. Block 33G _ __ __ __ _. __ tt. Cloud level-, Lots 1 to 10 Inc. Block 416 .u__.._ ._ .. .L __ .- Cloud l.velopment -
443St
6 8 16 to 19 Inc. and 21 opment ('o. 6.18' Cii -

I Iota to 24 1. Inc.4. R.. Block, 272 _______-_____._- .- -- __ __ St Cloud DevelCo. Lot It IHo..k 336 un._ _ ___ u" ._ __ U __ __ Coblor J II -u- Lola 1 td 10 Inc., Block 447 __ __u____ __ _. __ _ Cloud 1..1"Im..t C.,. _- 18.45Iaria :
opmentUnjtnown . .- 802 Lots Z. 8 and 6 to 18 Iot 7
'r '. Lot S Block 272 -..,____________' _.___- -- __ __ _- -_____ 1.02R llock 331' ____ ___ --b-x.t- ,. . __ -- .-- -..' -- Rt Cloud Brve1opment I 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 44 .________ _, -, __. -- __ St Cloud. IrrVNIopment t'... __- 16.45*
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Ca __ 9.87
Lot. S. 4. 10, II, 17 to 23 -ne.. Blk 273---------- St. Cloud lievel- Lot 1 to 10 Inc, Block 449 __-_-._.___ -. __ .. __ St. Cloud Di'elopment .
__ .84 Lots 41 11 H. ) 7 pad, 1 10
i opmentFnrmln Co. ? I. p. 10. 12. I Ca. _ 8, lOr
(J 1,821 1I10'k 838 ____ __ _______ ._._ .__ _. ._ __ St. Cloud n..t'I- '
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..Lot 1 and 2 Block 273 ---- n __
n ;p 1'0. 6.03 Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Block 450 _u____ .. .. .. __ St Cloud Devvlopulent -
LoU 15, 22. 23 and 24 B1ock274 __._._' .. .. __ __ $t. Cloud Development 1- I . upment -- I'd. 8.10-
Co. __ 6.10 Lot 1 to 4 Inc? Block 3311 _._,._______: .- _. ..- __ ]IIt'rrltt, CV __ 2.68'ite 10 Irevel
Lot 1 to Inc. Illock 451 .. ..1'--: .. __ Cloudopment
.. .. St.
Lot 11 to 24 Inc., Block 276 _______...- .. .. __ __ 'St. Cloud Development 11' and J8 Block :834 : ... ._ _.. _. -- I..ult'y., l'of --- 1.56 Co. _ 444

4// Co. ._ 16.08 Lute C. I. 6. 8. .II and 11 Block 339 ?-_ _,_ ._. __ I't. cloud (level-' __ C.06 Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 452 ____.._-_-. -, .. ... __ St Cloud .... Iopment .
276 ________ __ St. Cloud Development opment 0.
Lot 21. 22 and 21 Block .. .. Co. 444
Dlo'k _. __ __ __ .. __ __ fit. Cloud evel-
.. Co. _. 5.16 Lot 1 339 n_ __ _______ __
( Inc. Block 453 __ lvc1upment
.' opm..t Co. __ Lot 1 o 10 -.... .. _. .. .. __ St Cloud -
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Block 276
1 and 4 ,
Lot __ .
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.m------------------- __ 1.82! I.otll 2 and 3 Block 3311 -: ________ _. -_ :: _.. __ Foater. T 14 1.&& ', _
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Lot 16 Block 276 ,__ __, _.?---1'-+.3r+ .. -- Lots 1 to 10 Inc..IUo'k 454 ,_ ::_..1 .. .. .-. .zoo St. Cloud Development
Lot 11 Block 277 __--_______..-...-_,,".i.;;r, ::00; ,. ._ __ __ St. Cloud Prvelopmrn l.ol17 and 1M Block 8311 _.__..............: +. ,__ _. __ liarllett W"L__ 9,61Lots ,, , ','. -" ', Co 4.44
tCo. .. 2.22 I and 2 Block 840 __ .__ _.__-.,., .'+ "4)'k./ .. '_.. __ HI'hmond, n __ 1.66 : '" 1 -
; 1..01. 8 and C flock 8CO _.___-?_;;.___? ...4. __ __ __ Holme 1''J____ J.63 Lot* 4, 6 and 6. Block 455 .....* ,,/...<**.: ... .",. ",1'fu, *_ lft.'loud. 11".1 Co, _I Iotiment 1.85-:

levelLob Lot 18 Block au __.__--.___nu_-__ ... .\+ -. "- St. Cloud Bevelopment 466 ____ . '
6 Inc. Block
Lot 1 to D
Co: _: 1.31tote ?- _. .. .. ,, ._ Mt Cloud velopment -
279 ___ .. : __ __ St. Cloud Iievelopment I .
1 Z. 9 and 10 o.* ., :
mock Co, __ 2.1IG
j Co. __ 41,88Rleharda 8, 4. 6 and 8' Block 311._____._.... ..- 1:.; '-_ __ Orr J ______u_ 2,68I.ot "
-t Lot. II and 14 Block 279 ..____n____ __ __ __ __ C V__ 339 10 Block 3C2 ________.___.___.:_... -_ .... __ -- 1olmea. P J____ 1.02 Lot 1, 2 and S Block C67-'.,.--....v.-..-T .4" ..' -- 11._ St. Cloud fev.I.Co. 1opmetit 1.85-

Lot 20 Hlock 179 _______.____________ u __ __ __ Cllllman, M J ._ 1.92 Lot II Block au ____________ __.._ _. _. __ '_:" __ St. Cloud D..I.opm..nt Lot 1 and 2 Block '+58 ______..______ .. .. __ St. Cloud Development -
Lot 21 Block 281 _____un___________ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development Co. ._ 1.12 Co. __ 1.4">
i. Co. __ 1.86 l.ota 1. I and 3 Block 243 __ __ __ __ Fountain l'of __ 1.12 ._____ _ Development
------------ Lot 1 and 2 Block 476 ___ _ ._ __ __ Rt. Cloud]
Lot t Block .281 ________w_..__ .. u __ n Pine Wm 8 _. 1.65 Lute I and C Itlock 811 -------------- u- __ __ __ St. Cloud levelopment Co. 1.2S''
Lot 11 and 16 Block 281 ___________- .. __ __ __ Swart, DlC\ __ 2.66 Co. _. 1.16 Lot 1. 2. S and 4 Block 477 ____1 i.----- .. .. __ St. Cloud Hevel.
t /c Lota 17 and It Block 282 ________.___ .. u __ __ Splcer. M ESt. .___ 26t Lot 3 Block 811 _____________________ __ __ __ __ 1'001. II J ____ 1.02 opment Co. __ 4.44

*" Lot It and 14 Block 283 ______u____ .. u .. __ Cloud Hevelopment Lot 7 Flock 844 ____________________ __ __ __ __ Unknown __u__ 1.02 Lot 1 to 6 Inc. Block 478 ________.. .. _. .. ... "_ St. Cloud Iievel
1 Co. __ 2.96 I.ot 10 Block 314 __ ------------ _. __ __ __ Unknown _____ 1.02 opment Co. _. 8.10' ,
"" .Lot I Block 283 .-..____n____________ --- __ .. __ Kills. W RBaker ---- 1.66 L ute 1 to 1/ Inc, Block 810 ._........'-_ ._ __ _.. .. St. Cloud eel- Lot 1 to 8 Inc. Block 479 ......__._ .. .. .. __ S(. Cloud Development
,I Lot 4 Block 281 ____n____________..__ .. ._ __ __ M A ___ 1.66 opm..nt Co. __ l.tO ('0. __ 1104
? Lot. 1 and t Block 284 __::___________ .. u __ _- St. Cloud Development Lota 1.2, 3 and 6 to 14 Inc, except Lot Lot 1 to 4 Inc.. Block 480 .._____..... .. .. .. __ St. Cloud Development I"*
0, ?:' _. 2.16 9 Block 841 ________________________ _- -- -- u St Cloud Pevrlopment Co: 6.63
Lot 4 Block 284 _______. .____. __ __ Booth. R :_.. 1.65 Co. 7.17 ' ;
: _------ Lot. 1 a/fd 2 Block 608 __-_,____,..?. .. ... .. __ St. Cloud Development
Lot. I and 9 Block 28C "-011 ' . "'_ Robert. F M -- 2.66 Lot 9 Block 017 --. --- .,. Unknown s 1.02 Co. .v 1.49*
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', Lot l8Bloek 381-a::_.+"d-wal91. -I .- : oj.' KerhluA.Jvr:1.65' All except Lot. 8 and 16 Block 548 St.. Cloud Puvel Lot 1 to 6 Inc., Block 601] ifi.,..* iiMiAisMi iiiii 'iU St.' Cloud Develh"opment -
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.. Lot. 11. 6. I. 10. 18,and 14 Block 285 "T'flU. Cloud v vv+p ,rr i0opmrnl Co. 9.67 Co. 2.SOSt ,
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r '' ,." . \ JOpm..nt Co ./8 15 D1ock 848 PalmcrraBJ 1.02sou '
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. \ Lots 1 l0 8 Inc, Block 510 Cloud fe ,
Lot mock 185 ., a ].yontlU l.Ot } 1 l0 1 Ina lilork 841 St* Cloud +Prvrl ., .. 133- '
t 1 fut U loCk 186 '. .. Weeland.M A 1.Ut .. M opment n, 96iut. Bo.trrard Lela V *
,\'Lot II\\Dlock 11I1 Wrbland.|J 1.03 Itlock |1V 1 to. / Ind., 862 Lot. 1 to 10 Ind 8t Cloud Dovel.; '
I 1 to 1.4 IncgBlockt857 24t1Cloudllrvel opm..nt Co.t.J'17.6S! ", :
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Co.l 96
141 opmentl Lots 11 lUoT20TincJ St.! Cloud Ilevel. ,

Lot 17 Block 186 ___.., __n____________ __ __ _. __ TraUllle. M -.. 1.02 Lake Front Aadltlo- to St. ('load opm.nt.Co. -. 31.89
#. i. Lot 18 Block 186 nhn.n -- -- -- -- Davis, C 8 1,02 Lots 1 to 5 Inc. Block 361 __________.. _.: :._ __ _001 .St. Cloud nevelopment Lot 21 to. 30 .Inc. __ ____ __ __:_::_____ __ ... __ _. 8t. Cloud Development -
Lot. 1 to 6 Inc., and 7. 9. 17.19 and 20 Co ._ 159 Co. _. 65.8!*

Block 2n _______nn______-____ n __ __ __ St. Cloud Development | Lot* 1, 2, S, 8, 9 and 10 Block 363 ..__ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Ilevelopment Lot 81 to 40 Inc. ____ __ ._______._____ __ __ __ __ SL Cloud De\el-.
Co. -- t.66Sessions. Co 967 opm..nt ( ... __ 16.90
Lot 9 and 10 Block 287 _nnu_ __ __ __ __ W A. 1 65Heriche. Lot 4, 6, 6 and 7, Block 362 __________ __ __ __ __ Rohlayer John_ 6.S3 Lot 41 ____________ ______ ______ __ __. __ _. I'It.' Cloud 1".1.
Lot 11 Block 287 _____________ _n___ __ __ __ __ W P_ )1.02Seairrave ( Lots 1 to 10 Inc. Block 363 nuu __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Hevelohment \ opm..t Co. _ 7.37
Lot 22, 28 and 24 Block! 287 --- - -- -- -- -- -- : B -.? 13.81 Co __ 16.15 Lot 68 ____ ____________nunu___._ __ __ __ _. Unknown ____.. 7.OrLot
,Lol. I /. d an d 31 .....c k 288 __n_ -- -- -- -- -- S t. C'1 ou d 1)rte 1 Lola 1 to JO Inc. Block 38C _________n_ __ __ __ __ I'It.' Cloud level- 63 _________..__"_.__________"____ __ __ -_ .- Vnndenburir.. J.._ 2'1 .R
e! : opment" Co. . 296 opm..nt Co __ 16.C6 Lot 66 _----_____'___ ___ _______________ -_ __' __ -- Zolrleh. F L _. 7.OT
Ixit 1 Block 288 ______________.___n .. .. .. .- West. M A ___. 1./P2 l.ota I to 1&.lnc., Block .365. ___.L.u. __ __ __ __ St. Cloud bevelopmrnt Lots 77, 78 and 80 -?:.----.-,_?____, ___ ;._ __ __ -- St. Cloud lievel-
I: lot t Block 288 ___ __________ __ .. .. __ __ Unknown ______ 1.02 Co. __ 16.45Lo18 opment, Co. __ 20.0*)
I0.\ Lot. 9 and 10 Block 288 ____ _____ ..- .. .. -. Klump ,J B n_ 165 1 to 10 Ine.. Block 366 _______u_ _. __ __ __ St. Cloud levelopment Lot 81 and 82 _______.,___.._____,...4, __ ... __ __ St. Cloud Development
Lot 16 and It Block 288 :___,_------. _- .. .. .. Hackeratt. U W 1.66 Co. __ 16.C6 Co. -- 11.7
r Ixit 11 Block 289 -------.-----.----- .._ .- -- -- St Cloud nevelopment 1.0tA 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 367 __n______ '__ __ __ ._ Rt. Cloud level.opment Lola 83 to 90 Inc. ___"________.m'u__ __ __ __ __ St Cloud Development '
'Co. __ 1.32 Cu. __ 19.13I.ota ('0. __ 44.RI.otll !\-

Lot 4. 8, 11.. 12 and 18 Block 290-------- St Cloud Devel- 1 to 10 hie.. Bock 869 _.__.__--_ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud I'"elopmtont 91 and 92 ..__ _________:_00__,___ __ __ -. __ St Cloud Development
i epment Co. 362 Co. __ 22.10 Co. __ 11.7*
Lot 1 I'aN' IS, 14, It, 19, 20 and 23 Lota 1 to 10 Inc., Block 310 ._____ .___ __ ._ __ __ St Cloud Iovelopment Lot 96. to 160 Inc. __..____u..u_____- -. __ __ __ St. Cloud Development
---------------------------------Rt. Cloud Development Co. _ 21.80 Co. __ 2S.31

Co. __ 603 Lots 1, 2. 3 and C Ulo'k 371 ._____u__ __ __ __ ..._ Rt Cloud Development Lot 101 to 105 Inc. -,-00__--....___ .. __ __ __ Rt. Cloud Development
Lot Z Block 2>1 ---- ... .. .- .. Baldwin. T ;, 1.02 Co. __ 11.0C Co. __ 2J.29-
Lot 4 Block C91 ::::::::::::::::. ... -- -- .. .. Melbourne Wm 1.02 Lute 6 and 8 Block 8.71 .n___._______ __ __ __ __ John 0 ________ 6.60 Lot 106 to 110 Inc. --r._. .. __ .. .. St.: Cloud Development ]-
Lot 6 Block 291 __u_ _____.._. .... ,. .. .. -. Williams.' W T 1.02 Luu 9 and 10 Block 371 ___ _______u__ __ _.. _. __ Coon W n 1If__ 11.1111 ? Co. __ 20.91
Lot 7 Block 291 ____ .___ .__. . ..-, .. -. .- -. Unknown ____n 1.02 N 60 ft of Lot I Jllock 172 __________ __ __ __ u Poole Emma _. 1.89 Lot 111 to lit Inc. ____-__-__.._____.1 _- '.- ._ I__ St. Cloud Development
lot 15 Block 291 ..____._ ..... ..._... .. __ _. __ Hood. T ___nn 1.02 s% Lot 2 Block 374.____n_________ __ __ __ 0,,_ Ouatua, A 'V __ 1.76 ("0. __ 24 94 1 ..
Lot It Block 291 _________ .... .. __. ,. __ .. _. Potter J J ____ 1.02 Lots I .8, 9 and 10 Block 178 _._n___ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Petlel Lot 117. 118 and 120 .___.---??----? ,. .... .. .. St. Cloud nnve.1- .
Let. I and 12 Block 292 __ .... ... .... __ __ .. __ ,St. Cloud Development I opm..nt Co. .__ 11.04 opment Co. __ 12.85*
Co. __ 1.86 Lot. 1. 2 and I to 10 Inc- Block 817.- __ __ _- -- St. Cloud novel- Lot 121 to 126 Inc. _______-_........._ :... .. __ .. St. Cloud Development
Lot 11 Block 292 _____ ..-. _____ .._. .. .. .. .. Hutches. II K -_ 102 opment Co. __ 18,76 i Co. _. 20.91
Lot 21 Block 291 ... .. ._ ... .... .. ... .. __' .. .. Ba>'Us*. J W .. 1.02 Lot. 1. 2. 3 and 7 to 10 Inc. Block 878-- -_ __ __ ._ St. Cloud Development Lot 127 to 180 Inc. _nu__..._______-: .. -. .. .. St. Cloud Development
i'' Lot 23 Block 192 ..--_---_ ---..--_. .. .. .. .. Unknown _" __ 102 Co __ 11.8' Co. __ 17.65
Lot 28. BloclP Bloc--------------------::: .. .. .. .. Newman, A W.; 1.02 Lot .6 .Block 378 ________:..___________ __ __ __ __ Harrla. W ____ 1,13 Lot 111 to 115 Inc. _______._________. '-. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development
Lot t and 10 ._ .- St. Cloud Development Lot 6 Block 37t ________._____________ __ .. __ n unknown __.___ Z.68 Co. __ 17.63
Co. __ 1.86 Lot 1, 2, 3 and 8 -to' JO Inc., Blk 379. -- -- __ __ St. Cloud Devel- MarydI.
Lot 18 Block 191 --_________..__..___ .. .. .. __ ITnknown ______ 1.02 opmen tCo __ 18.39 Lot IC Block 1 _.--.-_____-._________ __ __ __ :_ nl1mor.,. 1'1' 0 __ .65
Lot 14 Block 291 ____________________ .. __ ._ __ Bl-hop, B F ._ 1.02 Lot 4 and 6 Block 379 _____________- __ .- __ __ Johns 8 fi _.__ 4.86 Lot 4 Block I _______________________ __ __ __ __ Bennett. C u _ -85
Lot 1 Block 194 -___________________ .. .. .. St. Cloud Devel Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 380 __________ .. .. -_ __ St. Cloud Development Lot 1 Block 4 _______________________ __ __ __ Thompson J __ .RR
i e t Co. __ 1.32 Co. _. 22.80 l.ot II "Iot'k ______________________ __ __ __ :: Qu/ck/ N u ____ ..65i.ot
Lot 1 Block 294 ___n_______________ u U __ __ Lottel, I S ____ 1.02 Lot 1 to 10 Inc. Block 381 _u_______ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development 18 Ulock C _____._____u_________ __ __ __ __ Unknown ____n ..641Lote
I Lot 16 Block 294 ____.n_ ____________ __ __ __ __ Johnson J M.102 Co. __ 19.13 I 14 11 and 18 Block 6 ________ __ __ __ __ 1I""la. It uu_. 1.26'Lot "
q t Lot 10, IS and 14 Block 295 .......... u -- .- -- St. Cloud Development Lot. 1 to 19 Inc, Block 382, _-u -- -- -- -- St. Cloud Development 5 iUock II __u__________._________ __ __ __ __ Mlllan .r.r _n__ .t\l'\
Co. -_ 2.42 Co. .. 19.11 Lot I Block 7 ________________________ __ __ __ __ Whltak..r, L __ .1111
Lot 1 and S Block 295 _________-.___ __ __ .. __ Unknown ____ __ 1.66. Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 383_____...___ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development I.ot 7 Block.7 __u____________________ __ __ __ __ Pain. J ___u._ .6R
Lot 7 Block. 296 ---- Smith S 8' 1.02 _. ____ _ _ Co. __ 19.13. Lot 14 Block 7 _____.________________ __ J,_ __ __ Unknown __.___ ..66hot3
l Lot. II and 11 Block 96-------------------- St. Cloud 1)evcl- Lots 1 to 10 Inc., except Lot 4 Block - - Block 8 _______.='_. __a_. -r _. __'-__ __. Htackhouse 111__ .66

I opment Co _. 1 85 884 _u_________________ --_________- _. __ _- __ St. Cloud Devel- Lot 11 Block 9 ________._-____-______ __ _. _- __ WilBon, 111 ____ .tl6
Lot 14 Block 296 ______._.__---..__-- .. .. .. .. Williams.I Tl F.. 102 > opment. Co. ._ 14.28 Lot ::6 : \ { -_ .6R
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Lot 6 and t Block 297 ___n_________ .. .. .. .. Warner, W E.16.89 Lot I to 10 Inc., Block 185 ______-u. -- __ -- .__ St. Cloud Devel- lot foCc't: 't :. N--i-: :R4
Lota 18 and 16 Block 297 __ ___. .. Lot 8 Block 11 __ __ __
n ..._ .- ? Kennedy J J 2.29 opment Co. __ 15.45 -1--n---------___ Archle J 8 ____ .IIIT
.' l.ot I Block 298 _____n_______________ __ __ ,1-_ .,. VoKler./ E u-C. 1.92 Lota 1 to 10 Inc., Block 386 _____n___ .. .. __ __ St. Cloud Devel- lot 18 Block 18 _________u_________ ._ __ __ __ __ lienderaon N __ .8$
Lot IZ Block 298 ___--_--___--_______ __ __ __ __ McKnlKht./ O W 1.88 opment Co. __ 16.46 Lot I Block 15 ______________________ __ __ __ __ Unknown ___ __ .116
Lot. 11 and 14 Block 199 ___u_______ __ __ __ _:_ St. Cloud Devel Lot 1 to 10 Inc. Block 387 -----.,.___ .. -- -- ... St. Cloud Devel Lot JO Block 16 ______________________ __ __ __ __ Rvana:: Jo' ______ ..116I.ota
'" opment Co. ._ 2.22 opment Co. .. 15.45 t and I Block If ______?_.______ __ __ __ __ 'roomer J n__ .MII
.. Ixit S, 4 and 6 Block 299 _________.__ __ __ .. __ Alexander, A F 2.66 Lota 1 to 10 Inc., Block 383 __________ .. .. __ __ St. Cloud Devel- Lot 7 1I10ck J8 __u..u_______ __ __ __' __ Carroll, C I> __ .111\
Lot t Block 299 -----a---------------------- Baret.chke.Vm 1.19 opment Co. __ 16.45 Lots 18 and IC Block 16 h____________ __ __ __ __ 1IcTet'r, Jo1 ____ .R41
\ Lot 11 Block 800 _____n_____________ .. .. .. ._ St. Cloud Devel- Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Block 389 _______.__ .. -. -. __ St. Cloud Devel- Lot I Block 19 ________ _____..______ __ _. __ __ FJdwardll. C ____ .1If
: opment Co. .. 11.78 Lot 9 1110'k 19 ____uu ---.------ __ __ __ __ HI'k..y. 111 _____ .6f
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Lots I and C Block 300 __ __ ov"ejt.Jfo,:: _:: u: Lot 1 to 10 Inc, Block 890 _________. ._ .. __ St. Cloud level- Lot Block .
;' Lot IS Block 800 -____ IIIIIIIIIIIIII' __ II II Sherwood, M II 1.19 opment Co. __ 11.78 lot U Itlock 119 _::::::::::::::::::::: :: :: :: :: Unknown :::::: :-68

: Lot IS, 14 and 16 Block 302 ..--...... .. .., ._ ._ St. Cloud nevel- Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Block 391 __________ __ .. __ St. Cloud l>..v..l- I.ot 9 Block 21 _____________.___._____ __ __ __ __ Clark. U ______ .9RIot
r opment Co. __ 2.9t r- opnnent Co. __ 11.78 9 Block 23 ___________________ ___ __ __ __ __ Roberta R ____ .116
{ Lot 4 Block S02 -__________.._______?. __ __ __ __ KoenlK, L H __ 1.19 Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Block 392 __u______ .. .. _.. __ St. Cloud Devel- Lot 14 lilo..k 28 ______ _____________.__ __ __ ._ __ Claire PC __ _ .Of! _
Lot 24 Block 801 .________..__j______ _. __ __ __ Craver. H J ___ 1.19 opment Co. __ 11.78 I.ot' 16 ''iJo..k 23 --u_____ __ __ __ __ Engle:: E __. __ .1111 _
;; Lot 14 Block 808 __ ________________ __ __ __ __ Richardson. J H 339 Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 393 __________ .. __ .. __ St. Cloud DevelCo. Lot 9 Block 26.---------------------- __ __ __ __ Tln.l.y. A ____ .88
Lots 17 and 18 Block 305 _nn__.__ __ .. __ _. St. Cloud nevel* opnnentBt. -. 15.45 Lot 12 Block 21>-u_________________ __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ .66
" ) Co. 1.22 L ot s._ .. _. Cloud Devel- Lot 6 Block 27 ___n____________._ .___ __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ .1111
'I ; Lots S. t, 9, 10, 17, 18 and 21 Block 106 .. __ .. .. Stf Cloud neve'l opment Co. -_ 15.45 Lot 8 Block 27 ____u________________ __ __ __ Tanner J _____ .6f!
d. opment Co __ 5.90 Lot 1, 1 and 6 to 10 Inc., Block S95 -. .. -. .. __ St. Cloud Development Lot 7 Blee' 27 _e,__________u________ __ __ __ __ Jonps, 111 ___ .ftll
Lot 18Block SOt ----__._____________ .. .. __ ._ Wllklnaon 8' J. 1.19 Co. ?_ 11.51 I.ot 18 Block 17 _______________u"'____ __ __ __ __ Payne, J II _._. ..88I
4''t ) Lot. 9'to 14 Inc. Block $07 .___,.___. __ .. .. ._ St. Cloud Development Lot 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 396 n________' .. .. .. .. St. Cloud DevelCo. Lot I Block U __________._______- .__ __ _: __ __ Mobley J lit __ .66
) I Co. 4.06 opment -. 111,46Lot. I Lot 6 Block-28 ________________?_____ __ __ __ __ Unknown ___ .811
,. I 'Lob S, 4. 7 and 8 Block S07 ________ : .. _. .. .. sl Oeo- !.!! 11.31: Lot. 1 to 10 Inc. Block 397 __________ _- __ .. __ Bt. Cloudopment Devel Lot 11 Block 18 ______________________ __ __ _,. __ Unknown ____n__ .66
so Lot 6 and S Block 107 ______.__.. .. __ __ .. Mann. M E _.. 166 Oo. 15.45 i.Ot 8 Block It -------________________ -- -. __ __ Coop..r..8 .116
lots 6 to 9 Inc. Block 308 ___.----__ .. .. .. ._ Janneon. E H 15.19 .* 1 to 10 Inc., Block S9S _________. -_ -_ -. -_ St- Cloud Development Loot I Block 11 _____________...________ __ __ __ Patterson, W 11 .86
'I ;).ot. 17. 18, 20, ll and It Block 309 .. .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Devel Co. .. 19.13 I Block It ____________?________ ..- ...... __ .. Unknown u____ .1111
iI 'Co. 1.112 Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block S99 ._______.. .. .. .. __ St. Cloud Devel Lot C lock II ____-_________________ __ -_ -_ Thomas. EI:
': ., Lot 1J Block 309 ......___________.__ .. _. .. .. KmPJbSr ;. W <5 103 opmentSt. Co. -.19.13. Lot 11 Block 81 _..__------__________ .._ __ ._ -- Wlnn 8 ___?__?_..: ,88
:. lot 11 Block 10* ....____.........___ .. .. .. .. Thornton, D ._. 1.02 Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 400 ..____?__ .. ._ .. Cloud : l..ot 11 Block II ____________________-- :__ -- -_ -_ 'Voodall, D ___. .68
i Lot 14 Block, S09 ........_______.____ __ .. .. Thornton. 0 P.. 1.01 opment Covet. 19.11 Lot.9 Block -
4' : .) Lot 19 Block Block,..---..- ___- ______ .. .. ?.. .. Cleveland A 1.65 Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 401 .____.___. -.. .. -. __ St. Cloudopment Devel- Lot 6 Block :81: :::--::::::::::::::::: :: :: :-- :: QRa ..on _L_:: :.66
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.J Lot 1 and Z 810 _-___.;--.____. .. .. .. .. Barne.. C ... 166. Co. 1Z.SO Lot I lock -_____________._______ ._ __ -_ .._ Unknown ______ .8S
l Lot IZ and 14 Block 110 __?_____... ... .. .. .. Smith W J .... 1.66 Lot. I to 10 lad, Block 401 ____-_?. _. !t. __ Bt. Cloud nevel- Lot 9 Block 17 ______?_.-:...._________ -_ __ _- __ TIIIIII, E _____. .86
1 Lot 14 Block 110 .____.__ _. ._ .. .. .. Ross. I M ____ 1.01 opment Co. .. 11.80 Lot.13 Block 17 -_-___.___-..________-.. __ __ __ __ Mobley K :U _. ,611
Lot 1. Z., '. 7. I. 11 and 14 Block 111.. -_ ._ __ .. Bt. Cloud Devel Lot 1 ,tg 10 Inc., Block 40S ._____.__ .. .- .. __ St. Cloud Development Lot I Block 41 __-_____?_ __ __ -_ __ Winn B ______ .88
1 opment Co. .. 4.41 Co. _. 11.80 Lote I. 2 8 and 6 Block 42---_______- __ __ __ Ilaynea. A-. 1.28
i.' A 4 Lot: IS Bloek Z1Z .__....______-____.- __ .. .. .. Roscoe B 8 __ 1.01 Lot. 1 to 10. Inc., Block 404 -__...___. .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Bevel Lot I Block CI -------_______-_______ _. ? ._ __ Jon..... Wm..641
t' Y' ,t w, Lot 11 Block '111 .....___..____.___. .. .. .. McCray, J H.. 1.01 Opment Co.Perel_ lt.4S Lot 1 Block C. _____________.-____.._ __ .._ __ __ SI.ter. 11 ..__ .8$
1, .Lot IZ Block 111 .__________________. -- -_ .. .. Worley 8 A _. 1.01 Lot. 1, S and. t to 10 Inc., Block 405__ .. .. __ B!. Cloud Lot I Block 4. --__________.___-_____ ._ __ -_ __ Unknown ______ .. '
4-; 1\1\ Lot I. 11,. IZ 11. and 14 Block lit.... .. .. .. _. St. Cloud Development opment Co. ._ II." Lot I Block 44 ----?______-_ __ __ __ Uell, C _______ .88
F ". ,, ; Co. 1.51 Lot. 1 to 4 Inc., and t, 7 a,4' Blk 40* .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development Lota t .nd'10 Block 44 __?_. __ __ ._ .... Ha'net. A ___-_ .88
j l" ;,LoU 11. ,'l'a11t114 Block 116 .-... ..__. -_ _ ..St. Cloud D..eb0L DCa.. 18.7 Lota 1, I. I. 7. 1 and 10 :Block___ __ __ __ -. Unknown ____ J.11
Ii opment Co .. !./! Lot 7, ,8 and 10 Block -. St. Cloud Lot 4 Block 41 ------__. ______.. .ron... F C-...... .8S
il ..__. .J.- :Wor.: J Ie ... 1.08 ... Lot 7lBlock ::: ...,. .. .
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] 4 Block .1 .-____.___u_______-_;._ -- __ __ Anderson H __ 36Iol Lot 16 to It Inc. .__________......... __ __ _. Unknown ...... aII8 Lolle A. J.b._.. R_"obmUlen ef i iU.
I Blo..k 41 ..--------------.-.-- __ __ __ -_ Brown A -----.A. Lot. 41, 4.. 45 and 46 .____,___.......' _- --. _- __ Unknown .__.... 107 Andrews' ltob.|> ....... of HI..... -
rot I Block 48 -_______--_,,________,,_- -. Dell N ------ Robert Boss' Addition N. 8 ... is s of A. t.: L Hy. .i
Lot I Block' 41 _nu.u-. __ :: _: :: Unk'now'--------Se EH of Block BL _____.'_________.. __ __ __ _. Johnston, I'at611 Lots 7 to 11 Inc. _,______.... _._____. ._ __ -- __ W J '.(.
k Lot I Block McDay, U u__ ,85r ".._......*. Hob-Dlvleleo Bloek "., 10.2. and 16 S of A C L We.terv..lt r
I.ot 1 Block 49---------------------.r------------ 1)avle. B ----- .8' Lot I6 Block 49----_uuuu______ _- __ __ __ 1laynes. A ____ .1' 8H Lot 4 __________u___ ._. _.. .. ..... _- _- __ __ Johnston J Dr_ 1.1 .Co. __.._.__-.11.... "
Lot 5 Block 60 _______u__-_______..--- __ __ __ __ Nelson W ____ ..1'I Lot 7 ___.______._.,.-__, ... ...... .. __ __ _- _. Unknown ._._.. 207 All Block IS n___,...-__....._-__.... __ __ -_ Campbell. Mr. '
sot I Block 12 ----------------------- -- -- -- -- Brown A ------ ... Lot. 11 and 11-_..____ .__ ..___ ... ___ __ .._ __ _. Rhymes Ruaan. 1661 .
I : All Block FL ._______. ..i. .. ......... __ __ __ .Pariah, Mary Eat 8 54 Lot 1 and 4 Block 1 _...... __ __ __ .Ie"lt.i: ::.U' 1
SLot i $beesaoker's .....01..1.. .f Bloek HL N 60 ft. of 8H of 1 Block 10 ...... __ __ __ __ \\' 1077

L.ot 14 13lock 63 ---------.------------ -- -- -.- -- Young. DB.... .1. Lots 1 and t ,,'i.__.-_.....!.._...... __ .._ -.. -. Unknown ...... 114 Lot 1 Block 10 ...................... : __ -_ "_ 'lx tt. W J ...... *64 '
Lot II 64 -----.,.--------------- ..- -- ..- .-- -Unkn9wn -.---- ..fl. vota t and 6 __._-_,..---._._--__----:- _,- __ __ .. Johnaton. J M.. 148 Block !2I. -.... -, ." -+ -- Rials, Z T ..._ 10.66 :
l..tI BloCk 115 -.f----------------------------Dell. C ------r .8/ Lot -- :: .. __ ._.. ... Cnknown ...\....' 8.64 I'except N I.ri. and-beg. NK ror. t
lot I flock 6: ____.______._---------:.- _'I _- -- -_ -Tln.l.y, A ___, .1'. 3444 of SW1(Block I',L .a.-_.. __ .. '_. John.ton..J M.. 167 run 8 140 ft. to place of he*. run W '
lot i flock ---------.-.---.-----.--' -. -.-- .-- -- Evans. JI' ----- ... 1.....__..._. C.b-Dlvl.i..1. Bloek IlL ., 140 ft S to Krnest St E alone Rt. .
Lot 4 Block 61 ---.--- -- L.- -- Unknown 6------34 Lots 6 and 7 ......-..-..-.-.:......... -- ,-. '.. .. Washington Joe 4 49 to R R Rtw. thence N.Ealtrely alonl
Lets 1 and I BI.; ki'7----.-- -.I. -- -- .- Bayne.. A ---. .1.n Lot ft ___ ._'___..: ...S1:- t.- .. _. Porter-N .._... 6.91 R I Rtw. to Dllllnajham Ave "
I lot 11 Blo..1t 111 .,--.------------------- --. --I ,-- -- Leonard. JI' ---- .1' All except8 50 ft-and beg 1 20 ft to b..o. Block 14 ......u.u........ -- _- _.. ._ Bass. Mr W n 1004 I .
Lot 9 Block 6d----------------------------------, Gerry. F' __u_- 60 : of NW cot run tt 60 ft. E 200 ft. N .': i E' f. of N 140 ft. Block 1......... _. ._ .. y. ? Rummers. Mrs M 1440
Lot II Block 61 ----.. -----.---;;-.--..' ..- -.. .u Hadry A --.a.. Slot 60 ft. W 200 ft. Block RL. .--___..... .. ,.- ; L. ... nilnln. R P. .._. 108 All N A C L Ry. Blk. 26 .......... .. _-. Wayman. Warren 14.71
" 6 Block 61 : -- -. .-. -- Unknown -..--. .1111 8 60 ft ,of Block RL __-__.__..;..__. .. .* : .. _. Mach Bros. __.. 8.48 K. R. Waters ....'. ..ltI...
I I.otI Block 5.-----------------.- ..- -- -- .... Johnston .1 M.. "I' A. It.Dr..Rbt'.5.bDltl.l..1Blk. ... All Blocks 1, 1 and NH Lot" Block 1.. __ .. __ Tucker Brick
Lot 1 Block Klbbler LI..I ... Lot. I to 8 Inc. and NI ft. of Lots .t
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lot 4 Rlock __u_.._-_.a.at., -.--:: -- -- -.. -. Thompson A M .1' 9, 10. 11 ndIland..__-__._n..__ .- .. '".. .. .Mach Bros. .___ 1.77 W Bass' Addition. -?---- U.I t
lot 1 Itlock '111 ________._.._:.-_u_-_- .-- ,-. .-. -. Unknown ...----- .ese Lots. 13 to' 8 19 ft of Lots .'',,, '. . Lot 1 ......(............---.-.---...- .. ..' .a __ Nelson C H _.. t.4Collysr.
101 BlOCk 8. ---...-..-------.------ --, ...- ,- -.. Hull.' .1 .-.---.- ..84t 9. 10, 11 and 11 ..___. ____ ... ,-. ,::_ .,** O'rierry, MarleT. 177 Iot"t.' .. '_ W J 14.60 j'
lOt I .4 .; ______-----..----.. -. --. -- -- Unknown --- .8. Retr. 60 ft. N of SiIT cor. of Block TL r Lesley's Addition. .., .
Lot 7 Block lit - ---------,.--- u Ringleton. A-.}- .88 run \\' 90 ft. N 60 ft. B 90 ft. H 60 ft. -- -+' '',-a .. '.Unknown. ._._._ 641 1 : L .. ... Mlekeljon. R W 1.47
; Lot U Itlock 66 ::' ::: ::::-.---------- : "' -- -- Unknown ----... .8" BH less bear. NB cor run 8 71 ft. \V 96 lot I ---p------1.----------. _'. .: Hicks. M 'J ..._. 1.47
, lots 2' 1\ and I/Block 67 ----.------_ :- -. .-- -- Haynes. A - I.nJ ft. N 78 ft. B9' ft. Block UL _:.._. -- -u: ,.,j. __ Silas. Lawrence. 196 l.t. i and'36-;.-;;;;;rf_._.i._.;;;;..;;;;. __ -IIlx _._ __ Quinn M ...... t,4*
Lot S Block 17 ----- --- - -----... -.. .- --' .- Sneed .1 C. _.. .NI All except 8 '220 ft.'of E 38 ft. Blk.: WL ,.- -- )->' .a Unknown ....._ 14* l.t II _* ... McPhattr. J _...' I.47Yatea. 'i
J I I"t 10 Itlock 117 .---------.---.:,-----' -"':- -- -- Thompson. J 0_ ..seL6t N 40 ft of Block XL ________________. __ ., '..iV-...;' :._ Unknown ...... I.47 >ta 2S"and"2 IIII------------a--"r -. .-* II _.. ._ Will ..___ 7.71 i
I U Block 17 ..r--------------f _-..,.""'. ...'...... -.. -. YounM W _n .811 \t'aten a ('.-.... J4ub-DII.L. ., '.'\,. ?, I'r'HI. Lot tt to 34 4nc. ...._......_....i.-..' .. Ilarrell. Henry.; 1460 t
I .II 15 18 and .20 H1o-.k'l7. ,_.-...__..:'- ? s4\}. '-- -- Miller II S _-;_ 2.07 ...... F.L sd 10. 1 '"\ .h.." 1,01 36 and 37 ____--_-...,.._.._-.... -. ..: -_ Donegan. A B.. I,"< I
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Lot 8J ----.--' ----_-.-_-. .,_\\\I.J\; ;; :_.. -.. -. i.uke aynes.III ----:.: ,.88 fat 4 __'______..___.__ __..-_'_-______.-__ ..... .'.i.. h"O' : :", I.;. Johnston J E1.26 < 8* and' 39 ...-__......_.'...-..,..'.'.. __ Kvana. B B .... t.4tDoneiran. .
I lot I HI"c'k fl-- + --. .-.-------,..-.. ..-j"-, -- HLat. A ---- .NI tat I 10 -*.__.____4.___*___..*.__"__4,._ .. -* :-"" \" "..... Unknown ....-- 1.26 Iota 67. 6* and 69 .. ...... .. .. ; A B.. t.5O \
\, 12 and U 88:0 ock 66 : -..-----... .....' '\\'''' -- -- Johnaton .1 III 1.211 All ltlorksAl and H8 i.'P. ..v, __ .Tano Mr. A A 40KM Lot 67 .........:__.J_---..,-III.i" .. .. I -.- .Moore-J C ...i 1.47 .
tot U HI..ck -----r.-------e--M-- : /p- y-- -. -- Andereon l' -- 10.16 All lUorka B2 and U7 _d,_ . ,.... .' .. _:' ..Tano Mrs A A 82.79 J. W, Lilly's.Addition. r
I lot 11 Blot'k 118 .J: -- -- Unknown "'----- .811 Heir. ftO ft H of NK of Block rot
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lot 24Hlot'k\ 118 -- -- ___un-"_:;.__ '-- -? -- -- ( lark, B __.n- .88lot 8 60 ft. W 99 ft. N 60 ft. E 89 ft.:_. -- ..- 1 4- __ Unknown ___ 8.03Mcc "V %I Lot 10. II and 11 Block-u--u.. _.I. .. _. :' McLaughlln, .1...
2 flock 61 u-__+______.__-- -- -- -- -- !Stewart! .1 ---- .11 NH Block 6 -,.______,______ .__ ..._ __ __ !.. M W .. 2218Korhendvrfer -T. : ale ., 4.79Clements
i lot 4 Iflol'k nnn.--u __ .... -- -- -- Peterson, I. _u .NII AH Block 10 .__________ __ <:= r_ ._ MK B 8* ft.: of Lot t --:- --- I
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Lot II flock 611 ____ _____....__.__._ A ______ .11 ., Bock '
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n -____-_____.._ -- -- -- -- Sutton --- .86 All Hlock H ___ ____ __ __ Johnaton J M lx
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.___ ; *- .>t 7 4 __.._____.____.__'.__.... .- _. __ UalUcher B P1.14 '.
I.ot 11 Block 11 M Hlo"l
., Lot 115 flock. 71 :--- --_-_-__-__-_-.--._-_-_---_- .-.. -. -- -- Unknown Eppa. -- -: --- .N6.1' Lot "1 And NH Lots 1 and2-_____ ___ -- __ +* __ Marsh MM.. ___ Ip.85Meaaer. All .______u.u_..,. ,.. .. __ __ )'rankford, R.D. 24.71 I
nn - -- -- -- ------ N. < Bryan He-JInb-Dlvlnlon' of Hlk F.
Lot I Hlock 12 -- ----.----..--:----.-- _f -- -- ..- Unknown un .N' Lot 5 ________________ ___ -. -., .. __ S N __ 8.54 A. K. D......'. R.b-DWI.I..fMN, .1. '
hot a Block 12 __ _______________ Bennett F .111 Stloek 51 ME% of N9:% ., $'y- _. _.... 2826 3* 1
a-- .-- -- -- n Lot I I ___.________.___:-____._ -. M __ Scars Mrs F t6.00Ad..ld' -- r
lot a Block,7* -------.---'--"..---...-.. -" ....- -- -- Rearlett F n__ .811 ".b-Dh'I.I.. of Blork K. '. Lots 6 and 6 Block I ___--______..... .. .. __ __ Itargrave, W F 1.41 / ,
lot 4 Block 711'y...., -- -- Franklin J J._ .86 Lot 9, -. '; "i/o, _. Unknown -_:._._ 8.61 ('. A. rnrsen's Addition. \ '.
lot II Block 16 ?---:-. .-a. .... .:. -. Evana. lr ---- .86 Slog. 60----u ft. R of NB cor. of Block' T" tact I Block A ___ __._____?_.. ._ _. __ Qulnna M _.___ 4.49 ,r "
Lute 2. 8 and 4 Block( 78 ------.------.- -- -- -- -- .Ion.. r. JI' ---- 1..7 run \\' 99 ft. 8 60 ft. E 99 ft. N (n ft. -- -. > --' __ Smith. J II ____ 18.96 1..1 1. 3, 4. 7, 8 and IS Block A ___... .. -. __ Maklnaon. W I i
Lot a Block 1. -u--u-------..,.- -. -- -- -- Uavla' li' ------ .N6 lots I and 1 B of A C L Ry Block P ._ -- _- .r.-. .. Maklnson 111';".. Co. ...._______ 11.!* b
lot 14 Hlork'79 :_____.n_______._____ ._ ..- -- -- Young. R------ .811 M M _____ 18.95 Lot 8 J1..k A -____ __'-__ "--_...._ _. __ .. __ Williams. N.. 107
tot 1 flock 80 ______________________ .. Kirby .1 ,56S n. Lot 10 _ : Y
A _
-- -- -- ------ Lots 3 and 4 Block P and Lots 3. and 4. u __ _ .______ .. _. ._ Ioneoan. R._ 107
lot 8 Block 8V i-------u----u-----. -- -- -- --' Unknown --:.- .86 Block Q ---u_:___ -- -vv.. "_' Maklnson, Mrs. Lot II and It Block A --__.___....__ __ __ .. ._ ...... I.6*
Lots 12.'Dlockn d -- .- .-- Johnston J III 1..7 M M, ____ ___ 711 Ix.>t 16 Block A ----u _...._j __ __ .. __ Ollpln, R P:.__ 107
Jot 12' U __._______________.'... __ ..._ .. __ HrndrrMon A __ ,86Klsalr N 100 ,t. of Block T __________:____... __ .*. wn .. Marsh M M-_._ 4 49 Lot 'III Block A _._,.___ .._ _. ,_ Oeome, O H____ 1.07 I
.. rI.-R.... Addltlo. Beg 100 ft. 8 of NK cor of Hlock T run Lot 1 to,? Inc., and Lot 11 Block C .. .. .. .. __ Maklnson. W I
lots a and 4 W of Ity Block 4 -. Unknown7.7a W 1R8 ft. 8 100 ft. K 198 ft. N 100 ft. -- .". .*- .. Johnston J.E, tn.96 Co ._u,_____ 191 \
JI...(. 1-110) cor of HI"II W ot-A .C"j'0: ; Lots 1 and t niork 11 ____________*___ -- --. *>,- -? 'Turner M C .. 2.48 Lot I' Block C ____ __n__. _. .. __ Baird B I _ 1.07 "
ny run N 60 Ct. 'V 100 tt 8 60 ft I..t.I\ and 4 Block U ___n______.:____ -- *- i;- .. WIII., Susie __ 1.48 Lots 1 and 4 and N 1y4( ft. of Lot 1- t
_. -- .- .-. -, Leonard F _u_ a.o8 Heir HW cor. Hlork V run N-Basterly Block D --------u. ._ __ __ __ Unknown _____ ..1'
JI"Jo 59 Oft. tNi; $F.r. 1 k-i ,v-f;; 66 ft. B 460 ft. 8 66 ft. W 525 ft.___ -- -- _" ._ Maklnaon. M MS.84 ,.. 1.61la'
I A P L Sty run N 60 't. W 10ql ft S 60 Sears Addition L o J ___un_____ _. .. __ Ordl. _.._ .
ft. E' 100 tt _________ _________u____ __ __ __ __ Leonard JI' _.-- 1.08 Lots 1, 1, 1 and 4 Block A ______u____ __ _.. .. .. Sears, Mrs M F 6.30 lot 0 Block I ____ -_____________._-- .. _. .. __ Baas, Nettle ___ l.lt
N. .... II..... n..M.b-U"'I.I.. .1 Blocks Hotter Bass II....... Addition. Lot 14. 16 16 Block D ...._____... -. .. .. __ Smith 1 D ..... 6.10
I. 3. 0. 5. T. M. e. 10. 84 ..d .85 ofIto. Lot I ____________________________.___. __ __ __ __ Mach Drop, .... ... H. Rotter's Addition.
..' Add..I.. Lot t _______________________ ___ __ __ .- __ Jackson, AWt.88 Beg NE cor. Block 1 run 8 100 .ft. W '
Lot I Block III _ ______ __uu_______ __ __ __ __ Buck Mrs N L- 868 Lot 8 IIII __ Unknown -. I.16Unknown 100 ft. N 100 ft. E 100 ft. __.-' _____ __ __ .- __ Drifter,' 1 H.. n." i
late 9. 10. 11 and \I Block JO, -_______ ._ __ __ __ Bali". Mrs Susannah Ix>t 4 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::_ :: :: .. :: 854 K..I.. flelarhte. +
8.11 Lot 6 and 7 less N 44 ft. of Lot 6 ____ -- -- -a __ Unknown ____.. 4.49 Lots .
n -- 11,14.16,16,18.19,40.41.46 and 47 __ .. .. __ Miller J W ._.. 46t
Lot I Block H ____ nnu____________ -_ -- -- -- Shuman .1 I. -_ I... Loath Florida Railroad ('0.'. ..."PY. Lots 48, 49 and 60 ___._.______..______ ._ _. -. __ Doneeran, A B.. a.a*
l.ut 1 liloek. 14 ._._, __________________. __ __ __ _. HIIII.lon.. H L __ 8.6. I.ot.7 and 8 Block 1 nn_:i__________ -- -_ __ __ Nemeyer. K A.4*.96 Lots 61 and 61 __n_._______.____..... .. _. .. _- Mlller.sJ W _... 1.67
I'., .. a 1 .y.c'. A.d..I. Lot 8 Hlock .7 ____u____________..____ -- -- .- __ Kulp' C C .- 30.77 Iota 6* and 87 __________________..... __ .. .. __ Johnston, J R .. 1.17 I
I.ot. 14 and I' ._________..' __ _1', __. __ Donegan Chas._ 8.6. lot 7 Block 7 -n___ -- _. ._ __ Pierre Mrs L L 32.79 Lots 84. 84. 10 and 91 ___________..... i. .. .. __ Miller. J W __.. 1.11
..w.II'. C.b.Ulvt.of "a,... a. Lots 7 and 8 Block ____n.___________ -_ .+ _." _. Baas W C _n__ 28.75 Ix>ts 94, 96 and 96 __ ,,__ __ .. .. __ Miller, .J W ._.. t.a*
P.y.e'. A..IU.. Beg 70 ft. B' of most Westerly ror. of Ixtts 97 to 101 Inc. and105 to 102 Ino.._. .- _. __ Miller J W ._w.Donesran Ml : '
1.0 11 III..ck A nunnu__..__ __ __ _- __ Oaulden M ..._ '.51 Block 9 run N 41 des E 120 ft. 8 47, .. Lots 111 to 114 Inc. __ .___h_____.... .. -. -- Cattle
It. H. .'. .)......t.. A.."'.. dear. B' 71 ft. 8 43 de*. W 120 ft. N Co. ..... a.u

0..1. 47 den. W .72 ft.Beir. _____ ___--__ __ _- -a .._ Gilbert, AD.. II... Lot 111 -_ ___ _.......... .. .. __ __ Floyd 1t'fl 4.49
lot I -.. '_, -- -- oilmore 8 Mol- 4.41 moat Easterly cor. of tot 8 Blk. Lots 114 and 136 ____:-:--: _-.. .. __ .. -. __ O'Bryan. Lewi.1.30. '
lot lii--------n-------u---u------- e- "1'0- __ Anderson 10 run 8 41 dear. W tt ft. N 47 d.... ;.;'{;t Lot 135 ..__n_________.__._.......WI .. _. __ __ Mach. Bros. ._... 4.49 t I
.lIe un____ 11.0"t. W 72 ft. N 41 de*. E 26 ft. S 47 dea l Jebnsten i

R.b1...... A........ E 71 ft ______._______..____--___ -, -+. t'a _.. Reitero, Mrs N_ 41.78 lots I .to 5 Inc., 'I'.k----...- .. -. ..- -- Done Ban Cattle
7. 8-9 and 10 Block 1 _______-_. -- ..- __ u Unknown ______ il.o Lot 1 Block 4 _._________________ _- __ ea :\", _.. Hoverhlll.) L.. 40.88 '. Co. ... '.10
1':41: Lot 6 Block I _________1.-_____-__ -- -t! _.t u Unknowns L E 1.11 Lot 1 Block 14 _i_::_______________-___ _e -al'\..._ __ Lilly. J. W _n__ 40.88 Lots 1 to I Inc. Block a ____._..,...*, .. .. __ __ Donefcan CittleCa
\V% Lot 2 Block I ________.,,____-_,.. ._ .- __ -- Unknown ______ 11.68 Lots I. 2 and 1 and NE 6H ft. of Lot .......... ta 0
7,''44 Lot 2>> Block a-----_____ --' -- -- -- John..on. W S u '.61 4 Block 10 __---______-mu_-___ .-- -- --. -- Maklnson, W B : Lot 2. t, 4 and f Block ,,3. ________.... .. .. .._ _. Johnston o M. a."*
lot a Block a _._. _____ -- -- -- Unknown. --- ..- 16.00lots Co. .184.05 lot 3 Block 4 ------.___ ___._.....__ .. .. __ __ Johnston' J M. 1.07 +
4 and 5 Block I ._---------__--- -- __ -- -- Nunn .1 --_.___ 15.00 SW 40 ft. of Lot t and all Lot 3 Blk. 11 -.: -- __ __ Maklnaon.. W B Lot 1 to 9 loC Block 1 ___ _______ .. _. __ Johnston J M. 6.91
Lot 1 Block 6 ___--_________--________ -- -- -- -- liooton Mn. J N 4 Co. ____nu_ 21.99 All except .. 6 Block 4------.u .. .. o-__ _.. Johnston J M. .6.91
"p Est ______h__ 2501W44 Lot 4 Block liAH _n_____________.__.____ u __ __ __ Maklnaon W B Lot. I to 10 Inc Block 7 __.___u___. .. .. __ _- Donsean Cattl r
tots a and 6 flock I _-__________ -- -- -- -- Howard Walter 11.60lots Co. __________ 16.92 Co. -_-.---'-- ....
7 and JO Block 6 \ ________u ___" -- -- -- -- Howard John__ 16.81lot ', Block 26 ____n______ ___._____ ____ __ f. _- 1.: Orayatone Hotel Lot 1 to '10 Inc., Block i S nn._-.__..?. .. .. __ _- Donirean Cattle
2 Ulock 4 nn___ ________- -- -- -- __ Howard,. John_ 15.H Co. -------__809.15 Co. _......-. ....
All lock 12 ______________________.:_ .- -_ -- -i Wlll.on J M Jr '.a. Reewell's Addltleau Lot. 1 to 10 Inc. Block 9 __n. ___.- .. _. __ ._ Donoe.n II Cattle i iio
... UI..ck 1. .______n_____________ -- :... -- -- Donegan, A E._ 1.92 Lot 20, 11' and 22 ________________.___ -- ._ -. __- Donegan A E._ 20.66 !_____. ....
.Q W.L... lot 4 III.. W U fG and E II It of Lot 1. t.' 3, 4, 6. 7 and a Block 10 ._.. _- _. __ Donge Cattl* ?i
W % Block 1. _______ __..____ __ -_ -_ n Unknown __u__ 6.41W Lot 24 and 25 ._____n__..__________.- -: __ __ __ Young, S W __. '12.58 Co. .__u_. '.'1
46 fl .01 lot 4'Block 11 ___u_______ -- -- __ -- Aker W __n__. 11.71 fa...... Addition. Lot 1, 2, 3, 7, 8 and 10 Block 11 -----e ? .. _- __ Dongean Cattle
E .a It.,, .C W S4 of Lot 4 Block 1'_ ._- .;- _- -_ -_ Andereon Maggle I Lot. 1 to 6 Inc. -.a-----------_ __ __ _.. __ .Orayatone Hotel r Co. ___....... ... ,,
E.t VP..-:; 10,11Lott ---t., . ,. ,- Co. '?-------.. 11.66South't Lot S Block'11 f.. ......_,__.-.-__. ,.,,, -. Johnston. J W. ,
J : 6. 7. 8 and 9 Block 11 ... .. ..Dlak/noon.. B N.:, T. .D...... lAddttlBeaTatl .. Lot 9 Block 11 ?s..rd........7. !. : S 11..... J H ._.. 1.1
:', ... ..M'a L ('e'. A..ltl. 'Co..,.__ 1'.95 Lot' .- Florida tova'a1 Cots 1 to 8 lnc.'BlockTllltJs2B4Bssl4l Johnston.'J M. I..*
i" '' ... "J.ot. .1., 2."a. 1'8. a4). 1al and 60 Unknown 11.110 LumberaOo.lif 12.88 Tx>t* 1.44 and 6 Block' 1 1 Johnston J' M.Marsh. .. I."
,; "i, ', .J.ot a4 ltogererN' ...12hd. 8K corfof I Dak InTand'' TohopeTohopekallfralAvejll7S.6ift.lNi46 Lot.6 i .? 7and'E i I Block 1! ; 6135'-.. 1.III
I t; ">, r lotp,37' ,' JoJdlck AI E .n killgaMVe.. Itun s N-esalrrly. alonif lot 1 8 j Block 1 1t 7 MelkleJon'W i.ail.t i ii '
Je, H. W..d.II'. ......n".I.. .1 L.t 56. deg Lot 1 Blok 1/ Donesran. iMrsBelle" > .
lob ,l andlf d R0 Woodall, J 11 Ug tttWliE.41fl* thence I In I a[southerly dl .____... *
lot s tp'and L," i.iLot Oravea, J + It 555 o> beBr-faBlouiammBgaagomto! outhT Florid tot E Block 1/ -a-- -- ----- -- -_ Alley. Ada D ... 1.16
a .p -- Woodall, J H -- .86 Lumber Co.. 66.61 Lot' 9 Block 14 _____._ __ ______ ___ =- _- Miss
Lot t :::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::: -- -- Unknown .,..._ :.e8Lot. Cqe "....... ? Don"oan.. .... 1.66

14 and 16 __ _uuuun_- -- -- -- -- Woodall, J H __ 5.10 Lot _______ _____ __ _____ __ ___ -_ __ __ __ ))on"lan; A R.' 11.1' Lot 10 Block 14 .______n_______.'____ -- -- -- -- Donearan. r J
lot I' _______ uuuu____________ -- -- -- -- Blake, oeo. 5.10 Lot 6 __ __ ______ __ ______________ _____ -_ __ __ __ ))on"jfan. J R__ 1.88 A F -:_-_ ,.. I."*
Io/s 21 and 12 _.----n------_______ -- -- -- -- Unknown ..____ l.al tot I _______-__ ________ ________._____ __ __ __ __ Ledbetter C B__ tl.69 Lot 6 and 6 niock 15 __Un________ __ __ __ __ H __ 1.07
J.ot. 2$. 24 and 26 __ _______________ -- -- -- -- Woodall, J H __ 1..7 Lot If ____ __ ___ _____ ____ ____ _______ '__ .u __ __ South Florida All except Lot 6 and 7 Block 16'. ____ __ __ _, __ Ral.dale. Cattle
Iota 211 and 19 ______u__________ .__ -- -- -- -- Unknown _--___ 1.92 Lumber Co. ._ 1.18 Co. .._....... '.1"
loot tlmlth, I/al.y' _. 1.09 Lot 26-----____ ___--_____ __________ -. -- -_ __ Unknown __.... t.8* A. K. D..ega.'a "."-DI..I.I.. of W34
l07 _::::: ::=:::::::::::::::::::::: :: :: :: :: S van., F 4,49N. : Lot 17 -_______ ___ <__ __ _uuu-- _______ -- ._ -_ __MeDonouffh A J.Mcl 11.58 1 .1 IIE% .1 MIC- .... My..6 "1% t

C. III............ "...-DI..I.... of l.ot.1.6. 47 and 48 ____ ____- ----- -- -_ __ __ >onoug-h,8 ., "1% ., IIE% IS IS __ e
I..t 58Lota n K _u_____ 8.01 Ai niork 1 _______uUu._____ __ : __ __ Hunter H A .. '.11
1 10 5 Ine.. and 8 to 11 Inc. pnd Lot 49 ___u___.______._.___________,. -_ __ __ __ Marsh M M .._ t.8H I Blork 4 ________________________ __ __ __ __ Smith, W A .... 1.07
18 and II --------------------------t-- --' -- -- Blanchard, Lot 71 __.___._________.______________ -- -- __ __ Smith W A .__ 1.16 Lot Block 4 .__.________u___ _a __ Dutton B C ... 1.07
Uri.w :::::: 6.091Ats : 0...... A O'Neal's Addition Lots 9 and 10 Block'6 ________________ __ __ Donesran. A E.. 1.67
80 to to 1M.. except U and n____ u -- -- -- 4.11II Lot 5 Block A _..___ _____ __ __ __ __ Unknown hn__ 18.75 All Block 6.___________________?__.._ :_ __ -- __ Clark HunterRelnsteln 6.63
__ __ ___ __ ____ __---__ -- ..- --" -- Cooper. U H ___ .86 loOt 8 and W 16 ft. of tat 7 Block M._ __ -- __ n Arnold. W H.__ 61.09 Lot. 4 to S Inc, Block 7 ____._n______ __ __ __ __ R C.. 4.49
1 ____________ _uuu__r-------- -- -- -- -- Cooper JI' E.___ .8' W 62 ft. of Lot 1 Block C ________n__ -_ __ __ __ Hlnkley E L _: 1.8R Lot 8 Block 8 ______ ________________ __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ 1..'
lots 14 and Iii __uu_______________.. -- -- -- -- Blake Laura u l.al Lota 4 and 5 Block C ________________ __ __ __ __ Ball. W H ____ II." Lot 1 Block 9 .____n___.____________- __ __ -_ __ Donearan Cattle
J.ot I. -____ _____________._____________ -- -- -- -- Mam.. D --.;.---- . E 60 ft. of Lots 1 and! 2 Block D.___._ -- -- -- __ Scott H R -_ 4.49 .-.. 1.64
Lot 17 ___________ __uunu_____. -. -- -- -- W/llfam.. Ham .81 Lot 6 Block D ________________________ -- .- __ Harwell. Ram_ 10.9E Lot 1. 4 and 6 Block 9 ____uh_.__ .. __ __ __ Dohrxan-A E.. 3..**
Lots III and III ____ _ ________nn__ -- -- -- Unknown ----? l.al Lot 6 Block D __nnnuu__? -- -_ __ __ Thomas W L t 68 Lot Block 9 _______-_____?_--?____ ._ ._ __ __ Johnston Pat. .. 1.16
Lots a2 and a. _____n____________._.. -- -- -- -- Howard, E __u 1.11 Lot 7 Block D _____.____n__________ -_ .- __ __ Hlnkley EL._ 11..1 Lot 10 Block 9 __._-_______________ .. .. ,_ __ Unknown ...... 1.11
w. I.. KI.... 1I..nl"I. 01 Lot 5T.I"'t. Lot 1 Block E' _.__h__________._-__.. __ __ __ __ Donea-an, A E._ 14.19 Lot I. 1, 8 9 and Block 10 _...____ .. .. .. __ Donesjan. A E.. 4.49.
21. n. 17 and 1M __ __n______:___ -- -- -- -- Porter N ._--" 10.15 Lots 3 and 6 Rlock B n______________ __ __ __ u Hinkle, E L ._ 16.82 '. Nix La......'. Addition ",
Lob 16 and 31 __ _n___ ______________ -- -- -- -- Martin M --___ 6.10 Bear 291 ft. 8 of NB cor. of NE14 of Lot 8' Block 4 ______._____............ ... _. ._ _- John. R.I -?-_ 1.07
1 Lot I' __ _______uuuu________ -- -- -- -- Llvingzton U C 4.4'.all. RE!! 4 VA0.0. ft. W 141 N JOO Unplatted Lads.NB .
\.. .... .. a n..I.'.. II.-D..I.I. .f fl. F IU _.:u_.__..!..____._ U III Z9 .. Roberts, Ruby. }a... *. of 8EH of SK14 and N% of 8EH 1
.. 5a M. 47 .od 1&1I Mathews' Addition. of 8E4 of RE* __________ __._-__ 1 2 t 1 Llvlniriton. 0 C ..
lots I ,a. a. 5. .. 1. I. I and 10 Dlk A._ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ '.61 All Block. C and D ._...---._--____ -. .* __ __ Dpneg-an. A E._ 7.71 W% of EH of 8W14 of 8W14 -______ 1 I Anderson C ....
tots II, U. 13 H'and 15 IUk A _.:___ ..- -- -- Unknown ------ 1.4. WH of RH of Block E ____.___u__-_ -- -_ .__ __ Washlnarton. J 11.77 NW01 8W14 ____r.__ _____ _,_ ___ 16 2 4 OU.tl" AW.. 11.19 1
Lots 1 to 11 Inc.. except 6 and I Hlk B .- -- Unknown ------ 10.15 NEH of Lot 1 Block 0 ____.____n____ -- __ __ Bradshaw. C __ 168 Beg 8B cor. of NH of Lot 1 U 8 Hur-
Lots 11 10 20 Inc.. Block B __________ -- -- -- -- Unknown ---_..- 8.11 8H of Lot I Block Q ______.______.___ -- -. __ __ Unknown 11.77 vey run W 816 ft. N 16! It.J 816 ft
Lota I. I. 4. I. 7. 8. and 10. Ulot'k C __-_ -- -- -.. -- Unknown __u__ 1.07 Lot 2 Block 1 ___.___-_______._______ -- -- -- -- Young-blood.. He. S 161 ft. ________..____ ..... at at. it i Maklnson. Mrs. .
Lots 11 to 20 except lot 1/1/ JUo..k C__ -- -- -- -- Unknown __--n 2.01 ter .i- I1 I!.07 M M .._____. 11.46
Lots I to 10 Inc.. except 9 Block n ____ -- -- --' Unknown ____ n 11.111 Lots 3 and 4 Block H U -_ __ __ Clark Will ___., 11.68 8H of Lot 1 U 8 Survey __ -_..----_-__ 21 tS tt 4 Msklnson. Mr. '
Lots 11. \I. 12. H. 16. 17 and U. Blk D -- -- -- -- Unknown ---.-- 6.311 H_..-DI"I.I.. ., Ble ks I. J. K N. M ) ........ 11.91 i
Iota I to 10 Inc.. Block E n__________ -- -- -- Unknown ------ 1.47 O ..* PLots NH of RW" of NEW of NW" ._un I I I t P..ankf..rc R D 6.li
lots 11 to 20 Ina. Block Io __ u______:;_ _- -- -- '-- Unknown ------ B.6t 1 to 8 Inc., Block I ____ __--____ -_ __ __ __ Taylor & Hal- W& of NEU of NWU NW" _--__ I 1 I g .... '.1
Lot. I to 10 Inc. Ulo..k F ____________ -- -- '- Unknown __n__ 1.47 Fulwood'h_n__ 1.9* W% of NW'U of NW"H % I __ I I I 1 Abbot 0 N ... '.1
LoU Jl to ao Ina. Block JI' __________ -- -- Unknown -11--- 5.aO Lot 11 and. 14 Blork I ____..___n-... -_ ,- __ B ____ 1.16 E% of 8E14 of NWU of NWU _ou__ I I I 1 Bam .- i j
Lot. 6, 7, 8 and II Block U _._____-__ -- -- -- -- Woodall, .1 -- a.01 Lot IT to I Inc. Block I ____u______ -- -_ .- __ Taylor Hal' B... RE cor. of HWVt of NWU run N .
Iota JD and 11 Block (I _un_____ ..-. -- -- -- HaUett, E U --- 1i.10 llday ___,____ 2.1 ft. W 410 ft. 8 410 ft. E 420 ft21 I 29 I Hurt, M 1 Eat8.01 ( 1b I
J"I. 11 and II Block II n____________ -- -- -- -- Unknown ---- 1.1' Lots 1 to I Inc. Block J __n______ -_ __ _. __ Van Allen. C I Cllehrlst.Lot 1
Lots 17 and II Block U. ___nn_____ -- -- -- -- Tanner Mr.. Lots I to Inc., Block K ____________ .. __ __ __ DoneKan A E I 10.16 I and I ....---------..--------- -- .. -. -- Phillips M C .. 4..'
W C _____n_ 1.5' Lot 1 to It Inc. Block N ............ -_ .__ __ DoneKan, A KDoneajan. -_ 6.80 Ix>ts f. i. 6 and 7. __ -i -_ __ Unknown :.-- II.39 H
Lots 6 8 and 1 Block H _____u_____ -- -- .:- -- Donegan A E._ 9.7' Lot 16 Block N ,______ ______________ .. __ __ __ A E.. .8* : Lot* 10. and-16------------------ -- ...... 3.18
lots 10 and 11 Block H ______________ -- -- -- -- Ward Mr. R D 1.2' Lot 17 to tt Inc, Block N _______ -- __ __ __ Slchor. Olga _._ 1.8 Lot* a! and lid : : : :: .. : :: g ::::A E.. l.7.
Lot 11 and N'N lot 17 Blot'k' H "_______. -- -- -' -- Unknown ------ 6.aO Lot I to 11 Inc., Block O _n___.. -_ __ __ __ Van Allen C HFulwood. Lot I and It __________._u.,__.___. __ _. _.. ._.... 1.(7
H. W. M.rnw'a ....-UI..I.I.. .1 Lot 5H Lot. 1 to 14 Inc? Block 'O __________u -_ _, __ __ D A__ 2.0 Lot 1 __________un____.______- -. -- ._ __ ___... .... 1,1
__ ,,- -- Sanders. W J -- 1.11 Ix>ts to 14 lnc\ P J P ( _..
lots 6. I and 7 __ ___________ -- Dyal. I .le..r.t'a 1 A..UI.
J.o10 __ ____ nn__ n______uu___ -- -- -- -- Wayman Annie ..8'J"t N 43 ft of WH Block __:::::::::::: :: .:: :: :: Unknown 148: Lot 41 __ _____ n___.._________ __ __ __ _- Unknown _.-__. 1.6T
16 ___u___ nn uu____________. -- -- -- -- Unknown ---'--- ,86Warlsg Bear. NW cor. of lot run 8 94 ft. E' Lots 4* andII ______unu______ __ __ __ .._ Unknown __ _. 1.67
a Wood.ll's nnu Gab-D/vl.l.e .1 73 ft. N 94 ft. W 71 f. Block 8 ____ __ u __ Guernsey J S-. 8.84 Lots 61 and 60 __nn_________________ __ __ __ __ Unknown ._.___ 1.47
Lets 43, 44. 43 ... :nJ"t. R','% of Lot 1 Block _________n___ -_ -. __ :_ Unknown ___on 1.54 Lot. 51. 67 and 61 ____u______.__ -__ __ __ __ __ Unknown ...... I.'.
1 to I Inc Block A ___n_______ --_ -- -- Unknown __n a.l& Bear. BK cor. of Block 8 run N 140 ft. (.1..1..'. Tblrd A...tl... .
J..U 1 to 9 Inc.?. Block B __-- _______ -- -- -- -- Unknown -:---- 1.18 W 100 ft. 8 140 ft. 'B 100 ft. nn_ __ __ __ ._. Fennell. E L611. Lots 1. 3 Block 1 ______________ __ __ __ __ Player. B ?___- I.SAUnknown
tote 1 to II Inc, Block r. ____--______ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ 1.8 1 Lees' "."-DI..I.I.. ., Ma thews A.... I-ota S and I Block 1 ____n_.________ __ __ __ __ ._.__. 1.67
lots I to 9 inc.. Block D -- -- -- -- .- Unknown ___n_ J.18I.ot. Lot 2. t and 4 Block A ________n____ .- ... ._ __ Du... R'R 125 Lots 1 and 5 Block 1 *____ _________ __ __ _.. __ Unknown ____._ 1.67
I to I Inc.. Block H -------------r______________ __ -- -- -- Unknown n__ a.01 Lot. 6, 6 and 7 lean R 60 ft Block A. __ .. __ _. BuKsa, 8 S 1.8 Lot 4 Block 3 ________________________ __ __ __ __ Unknown __._.. 1.01
lots I to I tnc.. Block" __________ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ J.8 I, Mnbbetfs ilnb-nirlslen of Matheno f West KI..I... .
n. Unknown ____ 2.a. 1 12' 3 ____ __ __ __ 14 Watson J J._._ i.tr
lots I to 9 Inc. Block 0 __ ___--__ -- -- -- -- n Addition. Lots and 4 Block 1 _____ .
l..t. 1 to 9 Inc Block If _._-_-__--________ -- =- -- -- Unknown -.---- l.a8 Lot I Block A ___________ __ ...-_____ __ __ __ __ BU... R R __n 1.47Bupzza. Lots 6 and Block 1 _______.________ __ __ __ 7 Unknown y- 1.3* '
M a J..t. I to 9 Inc.? IIlock I ______.__n.__ -- -- -- -- Unknown --.-.- a:28: Lots t and 7 Block A __ .*__ __________ __ __ __ __ R 1 ___ 141 All Blocks 1 to 1 Inc. _nu_ ____ _, __ __ 240 Watson .1 J_n_ n."* ,
Lots 1 to I Inc... Block .1 ____ ___ -- -- -- -- Unknown ___n_ 2.28 Lots 1 and Block A .. ___ _1 .- Flukey, H B .. 1 48 Lots 1. 2. 1 and Block 1 _______ __ __ _. 14 Wat.on J J____ 1.['
lots I to I Inc. Block K __ _nn_________ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ a.1 Lot 8 Block A _=: :: ....::: .. ._ :: :: Bursa 8 8 -.1. 1:47 lAt. 1. 1 and I Block 16 ____nn______ __ .. __ 10 J J.___ 1.4.
Lots I I Inc.. Block J. ___u___ ______ -- :- -- -- Unknown, ._n__ a.aa Patrick's Addition. Lot 4 Block 16 _______uu_____---.- __ __ __ 1 Unknown '____.. 1.07
J..t. 1 to to I Inc., Block M _______n_______ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ 2.8 Lot I Block 0 _____u._ _ _. _._ .., ___ .- __ __ __ Francis, DO Eat ".I Lots 1 and 1 Block 19 _______,.-n___ -- __ __ u Harris, W
Lot. 1 tot Inc., Block N ______________ -- -- -- -- Unknown. ------ 2.a8 B.:c. Miller's R.-". -Dld.I.. of .,.. 1 Lots 1, 4. 6 and I Block 19 __n_______i __ __ __ 14 Wataon. J 1.1.U
Unknown 2.1' Blork H. Lots E. t. 4. 6 and 6 Block 10 ________ __ __ 1* Watson J .
Ine. Block if _____ _______ -- -- -- -- ------ 1
lots J..t. 1 1 to-9 9 Inc. Block l' _____n_________ -- -- -- -- Unknown ------ 3.18 Lot 4 _____________.__________________ ._ __ __ ? Thompson J A. 73.22 All Blocks 11 to 10 Ino. ___.__..__. _. ._ 100 Watson J ____ 40.1 *
tat 88 to _____ ____________-- .- _- -- -- Flake Mn T___ a.5. Bear. 119 ft. W of NE cor. of Lot 4 run loOt 1 Block 11 __________p------ -- __ __ __ Irown. Morgan .
8 42H W ft. N 42H ftE60ft. Lot 1 Block .. .. __ : .. 1 .O I
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W. H. A..ltlo. to J..p""t I'.kLot..ron.i' Block ___ ___.______n..________ __ ," __ __ WII.on.J M Jr 6.09 John -__-::" 4.1' :
DIvl.lo..1 Let 76 Bear. 61H ft. F of NW cor. of Block I HI."I_. I
C.b: .. __ __ __ __ lack, It _-__ U' run 8 106 B 2H ft. 8 1 ft. W Lot 1 and 1 _________-_______..___-__ __ .._ __ _- Abbott 0 H _.. T.7|
1 ----- -----_-__-_--_-__-_-_ -- -- -- Olaves J V --- 1.2' 89 ft 8 11H 't E 147H ,t. 4114 Lot 10 --------- ________-________ -- -_ -_ __ DtA ... V>*
Lots 15 and 15 II and'1t.r__:______ -- -.- -. Kelly1r D_____. .ao W 40 ft. N ft. W 46 ft ---___.. t .. __ __ __ Dajtn. J J ______1650 Lot 11 and 12 -._______-___-__- __ __ __' __ Cuppet4J B .. 1 T..a
Lob I9. u. NE of Iat, 10 run Lot 1 less E 17 H ft. Bloc M _______. .. .. __ __ Smith. J R _M.. 11 49 L.k. s.r. Addlfl..
Beg.840tLW316tt.NEa16t.47 tt. S of __ __ __ __ __ 3u.e. r Llul. Est U. Lot 1 Block N ........................ .. .. _- __ Dann.' C WOrlfTln. __.. 11.79 Lots 11 and 11 Block ------,1..__ __, __ ? O'Bryan, Lewis U'
Bm of Lot 10 run N 70 It. W Lot I Block P ..._____________________ -. .. __ __ A L ____ .... Roue's ...0. or _n and 115
De1g26 cor J")0.... A P .---. 11.82 Lot t less bee NW eor. rnuS 10 h
Fraet.
Proqeet it 8 P.wI 10 tG"E .125. a t\ "-.-----D..I.- 140 ft. N 40 ft. W 140 ft. Blk. P __ __ __ Mach Bros. _,.. '.4 WH Lot 3 hi.e/.3w.----------. -_ :. __ __ Tiller, Mr U.,- .!.
B. .Miller's ne-Sob-IMTtstesj BUu ft

Lots I and. 2 Lots_53_asd_' __63_______.._.. __ __ -- -- Merkel Mra ,B. UI Lot 4 ............ .... .. ... -w -G Grave. J R _.. 16.61Freeman. Lot s, ______'_.__.___-_-___________ _. __ __, Donaldson, I B. 1-41 5t
--_--____-_-______ ___:. __ -- ..- -- Muli.r L 10.11 W. ..B..I.. R.-sb-DIvW.r .( Lot 6 and T ----------.-.------------ -- -- -- -- Bre.n..pO 4.49
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Lots 6 and 10 __ DOwning. 8 W1.17 15 and 14 _____ .. __.. .. .. ..
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Lot 1. _____34_-_ __ _______..___ _..._ _- -- .- -- Dow C P ----.. 14.11 Lot a Block T ____ __ __ __ 0 W. I." 8 16* ft. of I 100 ft.. of Lot II .____. .. .. .. __ Johnson Dan .!
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Lots 26 and _____ _-___ __ __ -- -- LaLonde. It 1.... W 49 tt. of LottH3ockV.----._.--- :_ __ _- Harrta. Mrs. J .. 7.71 N 1. ft. of at* ft .Lot aa ........ -. -- -. Helms A. L 4 ?i
Lot. .1 to $4 Ine. __!._______ ____ -_ -_ __ __ -- -". JohnstonJoe --' 2.11 W% Lot a Block W ..__________ __ __ ._ Allen, L, C ____- 1..Tlw _ _ C.cbraaeC..---' g.e' 'J t 3
Lots and 4. ______ _- .A4alDaoD" F Mi,."! Lot 4 Block X __ ____ __ __ __ Splitter Frances 11.75 4t iiimiiiiiiiiiiiii""ii! 1.41
4k __ ___::_::.. __ __ -- % '...__- ttrtman CLot
Lot. an4 .. .. .. Mrs. Lots 71 39 and .:: ..:: 3
DIvt.l.s .r L.tss EH Lot 1 Block T -------- -- Bears. 1. 99 .._. ._ -- -- -- ..e.. H- 3.11 1
PI.. C..t-A .. Daisy y .11.10 Lot 86 _-.-..__-._.....______ __ .. r..an II :
... 8& Unkao..n 1.4' Lot 1 T ____ ____ __ Ran, Wr.'W C191.41 Lot 94 8 01 R R ..-r 30
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SIXTEEN . THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918. .

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I, i I J..ot It except N'41 ft Hlock C .., .__:_ .. .. .- .. Hiunnor.V f> J 1.(!i- 1 1t t
, I Lola 1. II "nd 6 Block. L ____.___.J.__.. _. Urn I man, Chat.! 4.41'
.. I t Lot 9 Irt.iok n -______--._..,--.. --_;;_. .. 6U _. I'nknown .-:'t-- 1.7' '
.. I Lot 1J Hlot'k 1) : _..._____-.., __ .- ._ __ JUKlil)'. lJuXMtl 1.e.I.Ineutn"IlrtMhl. .
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l.om 0. 7, V, 11'It rwi t' Lute !. L C, fi.,1.fI. IV h. 11, 12,11,! and 1C :'"

Ixit Block 13 sad 11 .fa 1 a.otll 2 tet 12 Inc.. l 111..1"l I'1 -. -- -- -. Unlct1O"'''' -__.'._ 4.III' ., .- *
i I Lula 13 to 20. Inc., Hlock C h_____._. ___I -- .- -- __ .\\urlnK, WIHIIH & 1' r.I-... 8.IIo was made you could never

Lain 21''' and 24, HlorU l"u. ... _ __ _. 1'nlulowo--.-,.-___ !1..20; tThe have real
Lots 22 aud 2J.MI J 1 Lots; 1 to S Inc., fliul I..U ,II, 14 all.1. IS" .. ._ __ ._ \\.In' & I'M--.---- cigarette. It's the best yet. '
Hlol'I II _____ _.._.'--- wards ____.'" 3.1I! '
Lots 17 to 21 Jno.,-r--lllciHe H..n.I' _...___._.. ._ __ -- ,._ .\111'11111' k 1M- : By DR. FRANK CRANE -
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l Lola 1.,2 and 5. to 10 Inc,, Hloclc,, Vi/'__..' .. __ __ __(\\aitntt l& I'\0.\! IT'S TOASTEDThe
wards I ____ __ Sift, ,
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C. L. BANDY The Red Cross is the Long' Arm of Mercy.It .
? toasting brings out thadelicious'
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Is the Kindness of Mankind-organized.
Tax Collector Osccola County.
I #flavor of that fine -
In ,Manis an Angel and Devil, a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. 7 ?

Hyde, The Red Cross.. is the Good, aroused, energized. ,to old, Kentucky Burley. You '

drawing coffee from a big murmlte as thwart the Bad. never tasted anything so
fast as I could fill cups and. pointing
Bombardments Cannot to his pipe said Tobac tobac.'. I I It is the best antidote we know to the bane of 'war.. agreeable think"' what

said. 'Do you want some tobaccor He ,There are other Charities, more or Jess helpful. The "
Back seemed stunned for roasting does for peanuts .
Drive This Woman a moment and ,
then said: 'Do you know It nearly Red Cross is the mightiest of all Charities, the Love and Pityof ,

-' ,gave me ,,a'fit to bear you speak Eng- all men made supremely'efficient.

4 aha Think Coff. for SoldUr lish. I haven't In five heard month a'woman II* said speakEnglish be If, as Emerson said, "sensible men and conscientiousmen

Mor. 'Important Than Safety. had been walking, about In the cold all over the world are of one religion," this is the ex. '

I since tour o'clock last night lIe pression of that religion. : .
couldn't find a hotel or a bright light. ..
Tb. following extracts are taken (
because of course, everything 1. closed The Red Cross' Humanity united in Service.It .
from a letter written by a Red Cross

Canteen worker, ,Helen McEIlione an and darkened. .on.' account The Americana of the bombardments. are. asks no man's opinion; only his need. !

American woman and college graduate very fond of ham sandwiches. They Black or White, Friend or Foe, to the Red Cross .thereis '
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now located in a district almost eon eat, much more than the French sol no difference; it' only. asks: "Who is Suffering? Andto i 11 ,/
ctantlr under bombardment: diers,'and when they first came In and him it 1 a,A
ordered six eggs apiece It caused consternation goes.
"Foyer de Allies throughout the land. The The Red Cross is so Efficient that Governments: recognize -
I I. Har-le-Duc.. funniest tiling of all Is to hear the
I I' Sammies grandly urging theKevnealthyKngllsh it; so Pure in its purpose that whoever wishes well his

""Thine _l look very black to me. Iam girls to 'keep the change--oh, fellow men, desires to help it; so Clean in its administrationthat e

discouraged at the bIg outlook of keep the change/I' . We start the the most suspicious can find no fault in it ., '
t affairs and also at my email doings, day at five and work continuously until -
The Red Cross not only seeks to alleviate the crueltiesof .
when three fresh ...
cantlnlercs
that ,
I. but It may be the blackness comes ninety) '
Fr before dawn. Let us hope so, Our I relieve us. At five we go on for the War; it is the expression of those human sentiments that

need muchas 'evening shift from five to eight, and will end to War..
I men.certainly help now as some day put an
Is the most and
It exciting exhausting 10'I
1 see the those poll us.who 1 have am been beginning at the to of the shifts. There Is a certain time It is the impulse of Love, striving to overcome the impulse -

( front In fact. I am beginning to see when they come down on us like a of Hate.It .
I flood, eight or ten deep around the
of the results of this life. They
some
is Mercy's co-operation struggling againstVar's rivalries. I
are sick and homesick and worse counter and three or four hundred altogether e
them Several In this little room, as1 eager P
things have happened to .
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have said: 'All we ask Is to get to and tired as schoolboys. It is the one Society in which every Man Woman and d
the front and do what we have to do. The foregoing letter Indicates that
Anything Is better than this life. . .' our soldiers look: to the Red Cross Child should be enrolled; for it knows no sects no prejudices -

This morning we had more Americans Canteen as an oasis In a desert They no, protesting opinion; the human being does not live Guaranteed

than I have seen before at one time. would not have It If It were not 'for that does not feel that the starving should be fed, the sick O/7 by
One came up to me here .. I was your Red Cross. s
tended and the wounded healed.
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Majestic and divine is this Long Arm of Mercy; it finds 4 '

:the fallen on 'the battlefield it brings the nurse and the n

physician to the victim in the hospital; it leads} the weeping 1StrengthnAmeiica

orphan to a home; it feeds the starving, cares for the pest 1-

,r smitten whom all others abandon, and pours the oil of Help '

and Pity into the bitter'wounds of the World. w

Where a volcano has wrought desolation in Japan, or a J

Flood in China or a Hurricane in Cuba, or a Famine in --
'
India, or a Plague in Italy, or ravaging Armies in Poland, .

; : II ; Servia or Belgium, there flies' the Red Cross, the Angel of , .,' .
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1 I It God whom the fury of men cannot banish from the.,Earth Land .<" __
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I t tIr ....
4ftH.' I i J to the Ends of,the::Earth over all,the.,ways of the Seve : ,'/' .
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;. I I Seas whereverkislHumanlMiseryhthere.is; .,;. exte"ndedto. ;!to, ,'*,bless, ,,,, $ .. ..w\ . .
tcf1 '
ft "' ' " -- ??
4" I IJ and to heal l, its Long Arm of Mercy: Will Workingmen b r I Ifl

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::,:1,J ,. ) .L'J/JI,' /, /! I I [ i,\t\1\\\\' One"MORBUS of Kiasimmee's-SABBATICUS.pastors' is" the LEMONS MAKE WHITE.SKIN SOFT. CLEAR ;l\\; Saloons -Are Closed, ?


l author of the following witty discus- !Make this beauty lotion for a few Great Britain reduced, the amount of liquor that might be pro- *
Profitable sion of a familiar subject which, but increased the because t tit
: cents and see for ourself. duced during the war- recently quantity, ,
though in his home
published
city
a
1 number of years ago, reflects the con was alleged, the workingmen wanted more booze.
What girl or woman hasn't heard of the leaden of labor ''protested this
Painting ditions here, so he says. We take lemon The result wa that against
to
i pleasure in for the juice remove complexion BREWERS rather than WORKINGMEN. '
reprinting it pleas blemishes; to whiten the skin and to excuse for pleasing
t When makes ure and perhaps the benefit of theGazette's bring out the roses, the freshness and In Clydebank close to Glasgow thoroughly industrial city with ,

paint your "The readers: the world the hidden beauty? But lemon juice ship building as its,chief industry-the people decided to have an un- .'
home more sightly, pre- strange discovery and interesting to malady, of a alone is acid, therefore irritating, and official referendum on the liquor question. ,
mor-
/ / / vents decay, and reduces ,housework, bus scbbaticus, or Sunday sickness, this should be mixed Strain with through orcl.ard fine,white cloth All inhabitants above 16 years of age were' asked to vote. And (

/ it has justified its purchase. When, which is said to be peculiar to church the juice way. of two fresh lemons a into a bow did the "election" |O? There were 10.068 ballot cast-and

in addition, it enhances the selling value members. The attack comes on sud bottle containing about three ounces 8,207 were marked for prohibition! q .
denly on Sunday; no Symplons are of orchard white, then shake well and Every workingman in Great Britain-and millions of them in the 4 "
of it is dividends.Certainteed felt
paying on Saturday night; the patient
your-property, have whole
a quarter pint of skin
sleeps well and works well and wakes and you compl xion lotion at about the United States-krows| WIL CROOKS, M. P., who made the biggest (

1 rtI feeling well; eats a heavy breakfast, cost one usually pays for a small jar kind of a fight against poverty-and won out. Today he's a labor :
but the attack comes on at about ten of ordinary cold cream* Be sure to representative in the House of Commons. Here's what he said about ,;

to and thirty minutes before church ,time strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets the workingmen protesting against cutting down the quantity' of booze:
lIt continues 'practically the rest of into the bottle then this lotion will
the morning. By twelve-thirty to one remain pure and, fresh for months. "They ay the workinpnen will revolt I WHO SAYS Not the '

o'clock the patient feels easier and is When applied daily-to the face, neck, worl Drmea.II .
'a Paints and Varnishesare able to sit up and take nourishment arms end hands it should help bleach, And here are some more protests from prominent labor leaders:
f it. at dinner. In the afternoon 4ie is clear smoothen and beautify the skin. W STRAKER secretary of the Northumberland Miners' Association -

'I made to fill every requirement-to respond to every' about muoh better politics, and, visit is able the neighbors to walk, talk or AnT druggist will supply three oun- : "We have got to choose whether we have bread or beer-we
iI condition of For interior walls orchard white at very little cost have both. We have been told the is afraid the
\ .. use or exposure. ceiling, possibly go for a drive; he eats ahearty and the has the lemons.A cannot government
;ii 1 woodwork floors and furniture; for exterior walls, roofs, supper, but about seven-thirty grocer workingmen would resist prohibition. I repudiate the slander.: '

porches,.outbuildings and porch furniture,- Ccrtaln-tttd is be hall another attack. lie retires TOAST'By THOMAS RICHARDS M. P., secretary of the South Wales Min ;

t {;I r found! to spread farther:, look: better and last longer than ;early Monday, sleeps morning well refreshed and wakes and up able on ( George Morrow Mayo) er's Federation: "Absolute, prohibition of the 'manufacture or sale of

a ordinary paints and varnishes. to go to work, and does not havn a intoxicating liquors in any form is essential. 1'am satisfied that neither a
recurrence of the disease for a week. And here's to the blue of the windswept the fear of the consequences to those in trade; nor the loss of their
Floor and
t Furniture Stain The. marked features of the North effect the
morbus beer, will have any appreciable upon workingmen of this
I t The illustration lureeits the uie of Ctrtain-ttid Floo'r'and Furniture sabbaticus ere:' When we meet on the fields of (I '
,; Stain for making old furniture look new. This product in very dura- 1st. It always attacks members of France, country. ,
I ble,as well ai decorative. It contains an admixture of the highest pride the churches.2nd. May the spirit of Grant be with you Robert Stewart J. P., president of the Scottish Wholesale Co-op-

floor varnish, which given it unusual elasticity make it difficult to It never fails to make its appearance all erative Society, one of the largest workingmen's. organizations in Scot-
1 t" scratch and or scar to,dean and'presents a. rich, lustrous tunace attractive to the on Sunday. and is very com- As the .sons of the North advance! land: "At'the Scotch Co-operative Congress, with workingmen dele- v"V
I eye
easy mon. gales of all parts of Scotland including the Clyde 'and mining districts -
Certaln-tetd and 3rd. The symptoms but it" And here's, to the blue and gray as one "
Paints Varnishes are made fcr: all! uses, in vary kissed South out of 845 votes cast, over 800 were for prohibition.
all colors,and in nil sizes of cans. Any store that sells paintscan never interferes with sleep or appe-1 I When we meet on the fields of The British Trades Congress/'has about four million members-

supply you. If the tite.4th.. It never lasts more than France, almost twice as many as the l American Federation of Labor. Most of
r i dealer you apply to cannot ,twenty-four hours. May the spirit of Lee be with you all the delegates attending the annual meetings of the Congress are memo

I J immediately supply la INv 5th. It generally attacks the head As, the sons of the South advance! bers of the "Labor Officials' Temperance Fellowship"-so .is practi-
: what want he can (III/MINIIIII/NININININNNNIIIIINN/ / of the 'family.6th. ,
,
you
obtain it No physician. is ever called.! I And heres to the blue and gray as one cally every labor member in the House of Commons. This fellowship
I promptly. s 7th. It always proves fatal in the When we meet on the fields of stands for total abstinence for its members and is working for meeting

1 I end-to the soul. France; places for labor unions which are free from the influence of the saloon. ;
k Cfrtain-tceJ _ --- 8th. The remedy is prayor; and May the spirit of God be with us all British workingmen have learned that drink and the saloon are
true As the of the, advance!
religion only is the antidote. sons Flag
: Product, CorporationManflctaranrf + t Morbua Sabbaticus is becoming great hindrances to the progress of the people, and, together with the '. !

:-fw----"M.", t s fearfully prevalent and is sweeping Non-Fatal'Injuries Quite Common.In workers of the rest' of the world they will some: day destroy the entire

thousands every year prematurely to liquor traffic
.
,;.,..; I.... 'Certainfeedt nuQDIUB&i destruction.Can it be. possible that such a com. Life Insurance a booklet Co.published, we find by-the the followIng VEtna The" workinrmea of America will not be slackers.:ia ibis; ,worldmoTemeat -

iJ-.- .' 1 lt plaint a* morbus ,sabbaticus hail Item"Available' statistic prove i
i .j"" -VrUXoofiitf ""-, l 3V; tMmil' ft I IOSCEOLA struck our city that l Jut year in, the United States If you believe that the traffic in Alcohol
people'received, non-fatal
%,, U,000.000
1 I. ... harm than oed-HELP STOP 1TI!
M us1os.aW.W4e_ OLD FALSE 'TEETH WANTEDDON'T i in uries.". This most\ include slight vBor*
.'h : .. ...-rrCRtalyl i injuries not sufficiently serious to re-
t4: ,
.r' MATTER IF BROKEN quire the attention of a surgeon. People ?
., ... We pay up to 15 dollars per set..Also should( be prepared to treat injuries Strengthen America Campaign ,.
:' cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken of this character themselves,
Palnh and Varnishes Id in Kiaaimmee byHARDWARE.COMPANY
,, .. I . a-i ud. ,. *f : .. Ooodi Jewelry.' h14
of our offer. Maior'ti. Tooth Charles Stolzle. ,
; specialty. Dvpt.A. 2W a, ttb St, Phila4elphia 111| : U excellent, sprains and bruiser, I' by i fj' > I
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Pa. also, to relieve rheumatic pains. ,
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