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 31, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00857
Source Institution: University of Florida
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iii'A. Kissimmee Woman's Committee, the conference to be held on May First Grade C. Eva Johnson, John Sanderson:Eunice

PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS with Miss, Elizabeth Aultman president : 13th, 14th end 15th will be fruitful Thrift Stamps-Lannie Woodall, Rivers, I Irvin Driggers, Willie Gilbert, 'V
is Tues- of the finest results. Shirley Smith Princeton Brooke, Louise Young, Jeanette Griffin, Helen .
having1 meetings
every ,
Cordially and Wins Russell Edwards Caroline
sincerely'yours
Dorothy McCranie, Mary M. Han- ,
--- day afternoon at 4:30: in the chapter (Signed) WOODROW WILSON. kins, Clifford( Chapman, Merle Mind- Wright, Jimmie Holtsclaw. Letty

Congiess'; has enacted penalty envelopes bearing the frankof house. These meetings are informaland ler, Florence McCorquodale, Mamie Holtsclaw, Mrs. J. W. Trammel)
and the President has on the 20th day the War Department. Any person informing. News letters sent The varied activities include Turner, Donna fierce. War Savings! Stamps-Helen Winn,
,; of May, one thousand nine hui.dred charged as herein ,provided with the frpm headquarters at Washington are "Health and Recreation." food production War Savings Stamps-:Miss Emma Russell Edwards,.' Katherine Mosley.
; i4d eighteen, approved the. following duty of carrying into effect any of the read as well as information gathered I home economics. Red Cross, Yowell. Liberty Bonds-i-Katherine Motley
Public Resolution:' provisions of this act or the regulations from various resources. V child' welfare, women in industry, Liberty bonds-Mary M. Hankins, Eunice Rivers, Jeanette Griffin.'
.... Resolved by the Senate and Houseof made1 or directions given there The Woman's Committee of National Liberty i Loan, home and allied .relief, Howard. Falls, Miss Yowell. Sixth Grade B.
; Representatives of. the United .under who shall fail or neglect to Defense was appointed April etc. First Grade B. Thrift Stamps-Sumnwr Burrows,V
States America in Congress a.-sem- perform such duty; and any person 21, 1917. Its first anniversary finds This coming week Kissimmeo unit Thrift Stamps-Herbert Breaker, Plese Johnson, Charlie McGehee, Helen .
V bled That during the present emer- charged with such duty or having and every state land territorial P/C/>sessions will make note of child welfare., A Robert Mach, Billie Hyatt, Edna Williams Schmidt. Lillian Moore, Thomas
frency til male persons, citizens of the exercising any authority under, said of Porto Rico, Philippines, Ha- co-operative plan of large scope, has Emil Duke Maynard Poulk, Whaley, R. D. .Thomas Ruth Hers-
United States, and all male persons act, regulations, or directions who waii, Alaska and Panama organized.Its been adopted b" the American Red Christine Lybrand, Albert Criner. berg. Buscomb Lane, Virginia LesleyVirginia -
V ; residing in the Uuited l States, who shall knowingly make or be a party purpose is to coordinate the Cross, the Rockefeller commissionand War Savings Stamps Sanford ! Fansler, Nellie Taylor, WaVton '
have, since the fifth day of June, nine to the making of any false or incor- activities and resources of .the organized I I the French government,. Miss May, Maynard Poulk, Miss Lucy Taylor, Lucille' Griffin, Toney ;.
teen hundred and seventeen, and on or rect registration, physicial examination and unorganized women of Julia C. Lathrop, chief of the child Witherspoon. ," Rotundo, Ellis McGehee, Dorothy
V before the day set for registration ,by exemption, enlistment, enrollment the country that their power may be ren's bureau, has presented a: plan First Grade A. White, Martha McRae, Jack Whid- ,II
proclamation' by the President, attained or muster; and any person who immediately utilited in time of need for a children's year which the Wo Thrift : Bratton den, Flora Bass, Florence Mariaon,, 1
,the age of twenty-one years: shall shall make or be a party to the making and to supply) a new and direct channel -* man's Committee of the C. N. D has Evelyn Welch Stamp..Henry Doris Goodman Mar W. A. Lybrand. .f
t be subject to the registration in accordance of any false tatement or certificate of communication and cooperation adopted whereby it 'Is hoped to save shall Miller Naomi Slade War Savings Stamps-Archie Key, t,
with regulations to be prescribed as tothe. fitness or liability of between women and governmental the lives of one hundred thousand Lorenz. Ralph R.I>. Thomas, Lillian Moore; Nellie. '1
by the President, and upon himself or any other person for ser. departments. 'i 1 children of our nation. It is hoped War Savings Stamps Doris Good Taylor, Virginia Lesley. ;p/ ,
vice under the of this act The President Commends the Devotion town ,will attend the Bonds_
V proclamation by the President, stating provisions / -, our women man, Al Romero Richard Rogero Liberty Virginia Lesley,* J
'the time and place of such ,regis- or regulations made by the President of Women. I council's meetings. "Woman's work Miss Elon Guice. Nellie' Taylor Lillian Moore, R. D.I I
thereunder otherwise evades "The work which has been under and the world's work. have always Thomas. '
tration, it shall be the duty of all such- or or 1 Liberty Bonds-Richard "
persons, txcept* such percons t.s are aids another to evade the require' taken by the Woman's Committee of been inseparable, neither ever done," Albert .Rogero, Sixth Grade A. '
) ..:' exempt from registration: under the ments of this act or of said regulations the Council of National Defense has has been truly si.id. Together we Second Rogero.Grade A. Thrift Stamps-Mary Sanderson, I
., .Act of May eighteenth, nineteen hundred or who, in any manner, shall my warm approval and support. want to inform ourselves as to what Thrift Stamps Helon Bell Joe Madge Rivers, Fannie Seymour Mae j.'
I and seventeen, and any Act or fail or neglect fully to pe-form any Already what tbe committee has been women are doing in the various Stratton Virginia-Harris Winn, Elizabeth W. Mosley Louise ,;;
.,' .Acts nmcndator': thereof, to procent duty required of them in the execution able to accomplish has been most encouraging1 states, in the various activities and Schweikart) Erma White, Carl Raymond Led- Jones, Elizabeth G. Mosley, Katherine if
themselves for and submit to i e?istraJ of this act, shall, if not subjectto ' and has exceeded the first may be we too shall adopt a bnd'"o- better, Almon Page Gertrude, Sar- Miller, Charlie Holtsclaw, Fred :,'
J tion under the provisions of said Act military law, be guilty of a misdemeanor expectations of thosewho were instrumental an insignia of -service similar to our gent, John T. Lesley, Cecil Whaley Lupfer, Elmer Schweikart,, Fred '
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approved May eighteenth, nineteen and 'upon conviction fn the in constituting it. Many Wisconsin sisters, All Wisconsin 2emry Harris Katherine Evans, Delia Ledbetter, Norma V ;
hundred and seventeen, end they shallbe district court of the United States barriers have been broken down, women doing work in connection with Dallas Pierce Waring Griffin, Reaves, Dorsey Yates, Clara Johnson, ;
Josephine
registered in the same manner and having jurisdiction thereof, be pun many new ties of sympathy and cooperation the Woman's Committee are urged to Franklin Edwards, Geneva Roberson, Clarabelle Yates, Maggie Pringle, -v;
sVrt>ject to the tame requirements and ished by imprisonment for not more established end a 'new wear khaki colored cotton arm bandson Alice Barber, May Bronson. Janet Graves, Noralee Chaunccy.
liabilities as those previously, "egistred than one year or, if subject to mili spirit of co-operation and of devotionto which is emproidered in colors the War Savings Stamps ,. Franklin War Savtags: Stamps-Elizabeth J
law shall be tried courtmartial aroused circumstances state coat of arms and the words W. Mosley Janet Grave. Elizabeth
under the terms of said Act: tary by a common cause -- Edwards, Harris John T.
Provided. That, those ocro&ns registered and suffer such punish! tient as a which are not only of the "Council of Defense.' The badge is Erma Emery White Almon, ''Pagte I G. Moseley, Mae Wlnn, Fred Lupfer. ,
V court-martial law direct. immediate service to the nation sold at Lesley Clyde Harris Rivers Fried
under the provisions of this Act may greatest cost.Celeste Joseph Tucker, Virgin! aHarris Miss Madge ;
shall be placed at tho bottom of the Now. therefore, I Woodrow Wilson but which promise many fine J. Fripp. Ruth Clark. Evan., Clara Johnjon.Liberty '!:
I -"J", list of those liable for military ser- President of the United States, things for the future. I ,hope that Publicity Chairman. Mary Loberty Bonds-Geneva Roberson, Bonds- Nornv. Reaves,
:vice, in the several classes to which do call upon the governor of each of ,... .. Joseph Tucker, Almon Page. Fred Lupfer, Clyde Harris, ElizabethG.
they are assigned, under ouch rules the several States, the Board of Commissioners Second Grade B. Mosley, Elizabeth W. Mosley.p
F and regulations as the President may of the District of Colum- Thrift Stamps.Thelma Davis Evelyn Seventh. Grade B.. t'
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: prescribe.Sec.' bia, and all members of Local Boards WAR SAYINGS SOCIETIES I H Poulk, Paul Yowell, Howard Thrift Stamps-Louise Regcro,,,. .,
y 2. That r.ftcr the l.\y set under and, agents thereof appointed under Elam, Will Fairbanks, Murray Tanner Zelma Bronson, Ralph Cooper, Katherine I
", section one hereof for the regis the provisions of said act of Congress Foster Hankins, Harry Lee Tiller; Ruth Bowen, Arthur ;:I
tration by proclamation by the President approved May 18, 1917, to perform Swain,. M on tell* Lane Ralph May, Simpson, HolHs !Link, Margaret s 1.\\,
at such intervals as the President certain duties in the execution of the Alpheus Gilbert, Eugenia' Oliver, I Wlnn, Kathryn McKay. Gordon Bullock '
; may from time to time prescribe, foregoing law, which duties will be SUMMERCONTEST 1918 Marion Singeltary, Stanley Chapman, Willie Bass, Lizzio l Mae Math. f
the President may prescribe that all communicated to them directly in tile Mary Steffee, Iral Slade, Ellen Zeger \ -- erly, Louise Barber, John Hartnett. .
male persons, citizens of the United regulations prescribed under the V Miss Medora Russell. I Millie Johnson Johnnie Capo, Robert ,:
States, who have attained the age of terms of said riblic Resolution.And War Savings Stamps-Foster Han. Buckels, Joseph Bass, Mildred Davis, '
twenty-one years since the last preceding I do further proclaim tnd give Tho KLssimmeo public- schools madea 1 4'The: society whose, members tins, Evelyn Poulk; Thelma Davis, Ethel Bass, Robert Kilt
V date of registration, and on or notice to every person subject to regIstration splendid record on the sale of War purchase during the summer the Will Fairbanks, Miss Medora Rus i V War Savings Stamps Robert V I,
before the next day set for rzgistra- in the several States, and Savings Stamps during the last few greatest amount (cash value) of Buckets, Emery Brown, Lawrence
....tion by prclamation by the President, in the District of Columbia in accordance weeks, of the term 'and are in line Thrift Stamps or: War Savigs sell.Liberty Bonds Howard Elam, Winn, Louise Rogero.
except such persons as are exempt wi'h the above law, that the, for the state prize of $100 cash which Stamps. Possible 25 per cent. Foster Hankins, Miss Russell. I Liberty Bondo-Lawrence Brown,
from registration under the Act ofMay time and place of such registrationshall has been offered to the school makingthe 5. The society inducing: those not Third, Grade B. Emery Brown, John HrrtneU.! ; '
; eighteenth, nineteen hundred and be between 7 a. m. and 9' p. m. best showing as to the sale of connected with the Kissimmee public Thrift Stamps-George Lee Sin- Seventh Grade A. '
seventeen, and any Act or Acts amend on the 5th day of June, 1918, at the these stamps, in proportion to its en- schools to purchase for the credit of reltary, Alvin McCranie, Garland Thrift Stamps V : -Dora Harry, F. S.
.' datory thereofshall be registered in office of the Local Board having jurIsdiction rollment. the schools the greatest number of Hankins, Hichard Holtsclaw, Julian Ledbetter, Nellie Woodall, Milton
the same manner and subject to the of the area wherein he permanently Sixteen War Savings Societies Thrift Stamps (or War Savings Graham, Sarah Duke, Ruth Parker, Graham, Mary Kritz, Mildred Partin, '
'same requirements! and liabilities as resides, or at such other have been organized according Stamps (cash value). Possible 15 per Joe Denning, Virginia Bowen, Florence Eva Tucker, Grace Lester, Blanche '
V those previously registered under the place as shall be designated by the national rules, which require at least cent.A. Ashton, Henry Key. I I Mueller, Virginia Dann, Johnnie
terms of said Act: Provided, That public notice of such Locnl Board. ten members for each club, and these handsome banner carryingthe War Savings Stamps Temple'' Bronson, Louis O'Brvan. Rutl\';Davis,
students who are preparing for the All mal persons, either citizens of societies propose to meet each weekto name of the winning- society will be Minx, Virginia Bowen, Florence Ash Elizabeth Waring, John Lee,fc MissLola'Lawler. ". ,
ministry in recognized theological l or the United States or residing In'' the report their progress. awarded to the winner at'the begin ton, MIss Lillie Dale ' "MY\ *}:.' ,
divinity schools, at the time-" of the several l States, or in the District of In order to stimulate their interest nlng of V school( in September, 1918, Third Grade A. :" ? V I War Savings Stamps-DonoS Harvey "V
approval of this Act shall be exempt Columbia, who have, since the 6th during the summer months when and will be prominently displayed Thrift Stamps-Frances Bailey, ; Louis OBryan"Allen' Stockdale, V
'from the selective draft prescribed in day of June, 1917, and on or before work of any order Is' apt to lag, Prof.R. (during the entire school year of Laura Lee Tavlor. Roy Huling, Louise Nellie Woodall, J hn Lee, Hamilton
the Act -of May eighteenth, nineteen the: 5th day of June, 1918, attained M. Evans has arranged for a W. i 1918-1919. May, James Moore, Rattle May Sny- Brown. .
hundred and seventeen. VV4 their twenty-first birthday, are required S. S. Contest and will award a hand I There is r.o doubt those clubs will der, Viola Belle Yowell, Henergar Liberty Bonds Louis O'Bryan,
Sec. 3. That all persons when reg to register in accordance with some banner to the winner. The j do a great work this summer and Wright, Edwin Barnes. John Lee, Miss Lola Lawler,
istered shall be liable to military ser- the above law and the regulations conditions) are planned with the stand a fair chance of winning the War Savings Stamps Frances Eighth Grade B.
vice and to draft under the terms of prescribed- thereunder: Provided,how. thought of interesting as many chil- $100. They should have the co-oper- Bailey, James Moore, Roy Huling, Thrift Stamps-Margaret Laslcy,
V said Act approved May eighteenth, p v r. That the following persons are dren as possible, to encourage the ation of the "grown-ups" in this mat- Marion Graves, Daniel Minx, Edwin Gladys Griffin, Lucy Lupfor. James
'nineteen hundred and -seventeen, under hereby exempted from registration: buying of Thrift Stamps, at the same ter and every one buying Thrift Jarnes. Deitz, Lewis Hlrtzel, Lois NeVille,
such regulations as the President Officers and enlisted men of the Regular time making proper acknowledgmentof Stamps should do so throu.V', the Liberty Bonds-Roy Ruling, James Horace, Dann, Walter Griffin.
may prescribe not inconsistent with Army, the Navy, the Marine War Savings Stamps. The schedule ,Wenner-Sawver book store, bad state Moore, Miss Mary C. Bryan. War Savings Stampj Lucy Lup-
I the terms of said Act. Corps, and the National Guard and Is arranged on a basis of 100 per that the credit ehould go to the Fourth Grade B. fer.Liberty
Sec 4. That all persons shall be Naval Militia while in the service of cent and will be divided as follows: schools. Thrift Stamps--Clara' Tucker Julia Bonds-Lucy Lupfer. V
. subject to the terms and provisions the United States, and Officers in the 1. The society having the greatest j This valuabl prize l la: not the only Ledbetter, Margaret Waring, Eighth Grade A. '
p and liabilities of said Act approved Officers': Reserve Corps and enlistedmen enrollment .of those it may enroll. I, one"which might be won through co- Christine May, Athalia Griffin, Cleo Thrift Stamps- J. J. McCranie -'
; tt May eighteenth, nineteen hundred in the Enlisted Reserve Corps Possible 15 per cent. V |operation. A beautiful Bronze Tab- Brooke, Geneva Miller, Pansy Out- Norma Duke, Irene Franklin, Velma
,, and seventen, in ell respects as if while in the service.A 2. The society having the best '!let has been offered by the president law. Rosella Cooper.; Ruby Harrelson, Hudson- Carma Johnson, Lelia Mc.
they had been registered under the day for're istration in the 'Territories average attendance at its regular i of the National Educational Association Dorothea White Tina Schilder, Jane cranie; Dorothy Miller) Willie Milton
terms of said Act, and every such person of Alaska, Haiwaii, and Porto meetings. Possible 10 per cent. to the school making the best Hay, Nancy Stratton, Arvilla Fans- Ruby' Oliver, Emily Sanderson, Thel
shall be deemed to have notice of Rico will be named in a later pro 3. The societY having the highest record in proportion to enrollment, ler, Ellen Coleman, David Cayson, ma Sutton. '
:i vne requirements of said Act and of clamation. average percentage of its membersas and this honor might be secured: by Richard Bandy, Herbert Schweikart, War Savings Stamps. '- Joseph)
c this joint resolution upon the publica- As required by the regulations, weekly purchasers of 'Thrift the pupils of the Kissimmee schools Peter Ilartnett. Roy Bronson. Don Sears, Uly Chapman_ Irene Franklin,
tion of any such proclamation by the every Local Board having jurisdiction Stamps or War Savings Stajnps. should tho people Rive War Saving Oliver, Lewis Lamb; Henry Tlson, .1'IIft..1..rtOhGad; ;ft.lft'iC'
::1 President.V in a city of 30,000 population ()rover Possible 35 per cent. Stamp Societies sufficient su! >port. Harry Woodall. .
And Whereas' the Act of Congress will promptly cause the mayor HHH.HH . . . . War Savings Stamps-Clara Tucker Thrift (StamplI"Clara- Ploetz,
,'' approved -May eighteenth; nineteen thereof to be notified of the place or Carroll Makinson, Richard Bandy, Jeanette Prevatt, Catherine Carr
I. hundred and seventeen, entitled "An place's' designated for the registration llulin Snyder,' Dorathea White, Neva Alva F rtner, Thelma Woodall. Alma
; : act to authorize the President increase ; every Local Board having jurisdiction CANNINCDEMONSTHATION Lee Harris. Miss Cecelia Overstreet. Cooper, Gladys Howell), Dorothy Roberts -
k fl temporarily ,'.:Ie Military Es- in a county, parish, or similar Liberty Bonds Clara Tucker, Ola Story,. John Graham, Dorothy
tablishment of the Uuited States," unit will promptly cause the Richard Bandy, Uulin Snyder, Jane Wells, Lois Overstreet. Dorothy
contains the following provisions: clerk thereof to be notified of the May, Peter Hartnett. Denning, Donald McKay, Elmo Griffin .
Sec. 5. * Any person who shall place or places' designated for registration Fourth Grade A. Nellie Bowen, Belton Bass, William .
wilfully fail or refuse to present him and every Local Board having WAS LARGELY ATTENDED Thrift Stamps Dick Makinson, Schilder Harold Woodall. '
self for registration or submit thereto jurisdiction in a State or Territory Alma Johnson, Youel Johnson, Margaret War Savings StampsCatherineCarr
I herein nrovidod. shall be c-uiltv the area of which' divided Dann Vivian Helen V
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Ninth Crade
A.
V of a misdemeanor and shr.ll,"upon mto divisions lor the administration -- Chapman, Isoline Reaves. Irene In. j
conviction in the district court of tho of the act approved May 18, 1917, The demonstration be obtained. Among these, R'ram. Oren Brown, Fred Gilbert Thrift Stamps J. D. Sibert, Fern -. V
canning con- spect.ators Harrfotte
Fansler, Seymour, Irene
will'promptly the clerks of the
States Nicholas Bullock
cause
United having jurisdiction Biesener. Dorothy ,
ducted by Miss Albina Smith Fridayin were the Girl Scouts and their
thereof, be punished by imprisonment townships within its division to, be Willie Magehee, Willie Joiner, Ela. Milton, Frank Woodall, Pansy Bowen -
the room used by the domestic guardian, Mrs. Pledger, who adjourned .
I for not more than one year, and shall notified of the place or places designated science department of the public their meeting to visit the nore Burrows, Ward Lorenz, Milton Frances Kritz, Lillian Harris, Ha
thereupon be duly registered: Provided for registration.And Bell, Melvin Johnson, Beatrice Page, Fansler, Lewis Taylor Jo. Makinson
attended by demonstration.Since .
school netrly thirty
V4 That in the call of the docket I do call upon every mayor, was who watched with interestthe the government is calling on Catherine Denning, Doris Davis, Mc. Jean Carrawoy, ,Elsie Bass Millie,' 4
spectators Partin, Add. Gilbert Elizabeth Led. '
V in courts clerk township clerk Olure Miss Louise Thomason.
precedence shall be given, county or re Lupfer,
"putting up" of corn and toma- the women to provide homegrownfood
;t trying the same, to the trial of criminal ceivingsuch notification to have a War Savings! Stamps Malcolm better, Lottie B'arber, Leah Hcrzberg.
them till the for the table far
toes, conserving season as as possibleand
r proceedings under this act. *,* list of said places of registration! When, the fresh vegetables could not eliminate waste, many of Kis- Makinson, Irene Ingram, McClure 1 War. Savings Stamps-Dot Makinson. -
Sec. 6. ,That; the president is here-I pasted, and do charge him with the simmee's housewives will stock the Lupfer, Beatrice Page, Margaret Tenth
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V by authorized to utilize the duty of having all persons making ------ pantry shelves this with canned Dann. Vivian Floyd, Hazel Bass,
. My or -departments and any or : inquiry informed of the place or the: area wherein. he may be on the and l dried food products.year mie Lee Johns, Miss Thomason. Ma-1 Thrift Stamps-Bryan Simpson,
all I officers Gr agent of the United places at which they may register. day named for registration.Any At this demonstration Mrs. Cillier Liberty Bonds Irene Murray Qverstreet' Williametta Si-
States and of the several States, Ter- Any person (who, on account of person, who, on account of absence and Mrs. G. W. Persons took their McClure Lupfer, Beatrice Page, bert, Margaret Kenton, Porchie Pher-
ritories end the District of Columbia sickness, will be unable to present at sea, or on account of absence initial lessons in canning tomatoes in nie Story, Malcolm Makinson. I igo, Maggie Mae McCranie, Mamie
V and subdivisions thereof, in the himself for registration may apply without the territorial limits of the tin, and Mrs. William Peak sealed Fifth Grade B. Pi1l y, Lucile Harvey, Grace Eleanor
execution of this act, and all officers on or before the day of registrationat United States, may be unable to seven glass jars filled with deli ous Thrift Stamps-Eustis Penke, Elizabeth Craves, Roscoe Roberson, Edith Miller V
V V and agents of the United States and the office of any Local Board tot comply with the regulations pertaining corn. These vegetables were Moore, Georgia Fairbanks, Marguerite White Lawrence V
k of'the several States, Territories, and instructions as to how tye may rcgis- to absentees, shall, within five the pocket handkerchief gardensin grownin Elsie Welch, Doyle Davis, Alma Parker, Freda Schweikart.. V
I 'V subdivisions thereof and of the Dis- ister by agent. days after reaching the first UnitedStates back yards. Kritz, Geraldine Lesley, Edna Kritz, War Savings Stamps-Grace Eleanor
l; "triotcpf Columbia, and all persons Any person who expects to be absent port, register with his proper Miss Smith devoted some time to Patsy Makinson Marguerite Duke, Graves Alpha Wcstfall, Lucile
U designated or appointed under regu- on the day designated for registration l. Local Board or as provided in the instruction dryingfoods and had I Hilda Barber, Kimbrough Oliver, Olivine Harvey. Helen Reed, Matti i Stanford, ,
\\V> lationst prescribed by the President from the jurisdiction of the regulations for other absentees. on exhibition dried beets, English I Savage, Eleanor Overstreet, Bryan Simpson, Ruth Campbell. Mr.
Kj; ,whether such appointments\: are made board in whichhe permanently resides In witness whereof, I have here- beans carrots squash and Lera Rouse, Arthur Bullock, Mary L. O. Rogers.Liberty! '
j: by the President !himself or by them' may register by mail, but his unto set my ha._d and caused the ee-\l peas blackberries.snap' So much interest, was E. Gilbert. Bonds Murray Ov.- -' -
V governor or other officer of any state registration card must reach the of the United States to be affixed. shown in this important work thatit War Savings Stamps Eustis street, Mattie Stanford, Roscoe Rob-
I* or Territory to perform any duty InV Local :Board havingjurisdiction of Done in the District of Columbiathis was decided to hold a! community Peaks, Eleanor Rosen, 'Elizabeth erson, Marguerite White, Lenore Van
1$ the execution of this act, are hereby the area wherein !the permanently resides twentieth tLvy of May in the year canning at stated times as long as ftseemed Moore,' Georgia Fairbanks, Elsie Duzer. '
, w ,required to perform such duty by the day herein named for of our Lord one thousand nine hundred desirable'' Welch, Doyle I Davis, Alma Kritz, Geraldine Eleventh Grade. V V
as and* svll such officers or agents and as soon as practicable at the office dence of the United States of America Liberty Bonds-Evelyn Elam, Eus Stratton' Story, Mary Sipgeltary. '
L so designated or appointed of a Local Board fer instructions the on. hundred .and forty. sec tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO'OOO."OO.i tit Peake, Eleanor Rosen Elizabeth Irene Reed, Violet Douglas, Clifford i
V [. persons shall hereby have full authonty for as to hoW'. he may register by maiL onC1. V 4. To insure publication all comnunlcations 4' Rosen, Elizabeth Moore.V Lester) Frances Tucker Dick Bullock -
t' nil V acts done by them in the execu- Any person who has no permanent (Seal) .WOODROW WILSON .> ) and notices of meet- 9' Fifth Grade A. Grace Gilbert, Walter Bass, '
I tion of this act by the direction of, the residence must register at the place By the President: lap mast reach this office: before 9' Thrift Stamps Katherine MOM- Sarah Clark: Mary Tiller, .d'Bu1.. '

, I 4'resldent Correspondence in the ex- designated' (fort registration by tlhe ROBERT LANSING :4* noop Thursday: *, '?<. l.y, Rebekab MtU.., Broth I Whaley Co.tiDII. kIJ}
;_ be InL Local havingpurisdiction 'ol Secretary of State. 000000 OO Of 00 000 0 t Mary 'Ella Dorcy Lybrand ( on Far _
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Notice I. hereby given that the following d."orltJ..d lends. Clr .0 mud, i 0"" ; a p. SFm .
thereof a. will be.n.o..r" to pay the amount due for laxrs h..r.tn art oppoellrk 1 :: t .., .. .. S.. .,
to the eame. together with the coat 01 such eale and advertl.lnlr, will be .0101 .. -
at PubliCI Auction on, the third day ClI June A. V. 1818. In"front 01 the Court <

UClU.. door! at Kleelmmee County of O.oeol& and Stnts. 01 Florlda.. __ _. _.. ___...... '
..
Lot
Q .
All W 01 P Road h -- -._- 10 15. C .. .
Cat- -
._.. _
. ... Kleelmmee
-- .- ._. 6 28 U 181 tie Co. ..1.11V Lot T .____________..._..._._.__.-.... 10 SB 89 B larrl..7 M.., :.::

All \ 01 P Road r-...---.....-..-.._.. 7 18 11 11. KI.8Imme. Cattie W4SVi: of W% of 8W14 of.. ____..______ 11 S5 89 SO Johnston M.. I."
el Co ______ 41.11W of W% of NWW 8W% ........ 11 26 19 15 Farn.worth

r.j .. 4 All 01. P Road ... ______ I II U 200 Kle.tmmeo Cattle T M ....__._ I.'.
F ---'',-- ---
DESCRIPTION OF LAND g . OWNER [ = =a : Co. _ 17.11 Be*. 440 ft. N of 8W cor. of 8WW run.
d -
;: Q All \V 01 P Road -.-... ,; _....:.......... 17 21 II 612 Kissimmee -Cat-- 'N 440 ft. B 990 ft. B 440 ft W. 990 ft. 11 25 29 10 Young S W .__ LIT
t: -
-
: E. tie Co fW of SKW: of IIW %. .............. 18 25 29 30 Barnes, R P_._. "n

; ; u.-O. I 0"'S, All__-___.-__-___.._.......,-.-...--.--. 28 II 12' Kleelmmee Cat U ndly, M Int. In NW % of NE% and -
., tie Co ..__ 47.7' NWW and 8% of SBW and NEW of .
,J % of NE'"A and N\oIo\ of NW\4 horn All ; : .. 121/ 28 11 641 Donegan. A 111 -. /'.'{ SWW\ _.____-__.i__..__...___....... IS. ,SS 19 160 McCoy Land Co 28.93
lands, deeded to lire I' L tllm/1'o". < 28. U 63& K/r.lmmee Cat- Undlv M Int. In NW% of NEW and
'f and 1 acre .qr. In N\Y" ror. ____-_--__ 21 U U JlO, !Platt f"ah'ln___ 44.11. All------------------------------ tie Co.-..__._ 41.71 NWW and SM of SBW and NEW of .
8% 01 811 14 of NE% 01 NW % ________ 85 J7 34 G Clrnnvll1e, W Jot $' 1IYSW : U 28 11 610 Don .. A E 71.71.. 8WJ4, --...--........................ ,'3Undlv. SS S9 >60IB Andrews E!
% of NI % 1".41 70 )'d..q In-BEcol G U U 39 Unknown .;_____ 6.49NF.4 W'. 01 NW'4 and 8'% and altN bf P lra. truatee ...... S7.4S ;
.t' of S\V% __ _______. ________- 5 29.4 40 Unknown :_____ .n ; M /Int. In NEW of NEW .... 11 25 20 20 Unknown ...... ....
hood
of N'
01 NE __ Cat.
n % % .. ... KI..lmm..e
,, A &..49r -, 27. 18 11 481 Undlv, M> Int. In NBW of, NEW ...... 25 29
NW % 01 '8W4! __-______________1.____ G 29 U 40 MMra Co. IT.'IAU. 18 20 Donearan A E._ lea

r NE", of SE% ____________ .:-____..____ 19' o U 40 llemUerpbellmalt' 11211l ._.___.__...--...___.-............._:.+. 28 28 81 640 ,Don..gan tie A ]0.18.11 8W'4 8W4%( of of NWW NEW .of...NEW----...-..,.-.._...............' IS 26 f' 40 Donvican. A B-_' ...4
39
''J II A -.----- AII_.. ... ... __ _........... . ... Cat- 14 25 10 DoneganMls. BPrice 107 ,
. .. .... .. 28 28 at t..o. Kleelmmee 811% of NW% of SE% .............. 14 35 S9 10 .
J T _
____ _______. ... __..;; 24 .80'4 40 Drawdy. 0"0___ tie Co. .:: 41.18 .. 807
_
I ME'" 01 SE'% :: : ;: I YIlWI4 of NS% of SEW ....._...._._. 26
'. .. I' II 14 40 IJnlUlo..n AII._. _._._ .____.-..__ .. ., ._ 428 DoneganA' 10AJ1 48.17 14 89 10 .John.on..A W_. S.07 .
___ . .
l.ot 4. ..._-____-..._-_._ _. --._- : -- ---- .- -- -- _. 1(1 a. 724 SE% of NWW .. .. _._. _._.... .
i Lot I 01 NEt4 '-_________ -________.-,' I U 3f 16M (Chreeman _M _V U.I&11.411 :___;\,__.__.._.....-__..._-....-__.____ .31 28 81 726 Kleelmmee Cat- liW% '' ., SEW' ...-.-.-.-....-.....-......... 14 14 25 26 29 29 40 40 Johnston Baundera, John H L. '.1'.
Ii' JoJ .
t Lot 1 01 NE"% & Lot 1 of N""Io.n- II 34 180 Walt u tie Co. ____ 4..47All
r'f I.otll 4 and 6 ________________-__----_ 11. U 34 1AO Moor. ,1. 1.1&.1& except NW", pI SEI4 .....--2 28 81 6911 Don"lan, A E.:. 41." 8 4 of "SIM' of NWW of 8W14 ._. Fast ."..._...' I....
...
I'1E01 NE64 A NE % ol8E14 ___-__ --23- U U 110 Moore, U C---- 7.100 AII..._.-..-.-_-.......-......-.-.........-. aa 21 81 .641 KI..lmm..o C.t. S4 of NHW of NWW of SW'" .__.__ 14 25 29 10 Doneican A .. 6SS .
14 II.' I Unknown . '
f N'% of NE'I+-----..-- U 81 80 Ulbhe, It E7.1.0 tie Co. _..__ 48,1. Beg. SB of ? ".41
NEW'run
) of
N'.1o 01 Lute I find I ._..___..__.u .. 24 U 14 110 tilbher' It FJ ____ 'I.fiO All---...._-_____-__...__ .___..___ __h.. 34 28 81 688 Donegan' A E.. 11.96 1SS1M ftW ror. 11086 BBW ft. 8 196S2 ft. N 1<1
I 84 01 J..ole I A 3 and N\oIo\ 01 Lote 4 A I 24. II U 180 Mcl.ughlln DL tll.16 All \V of P Road except 84 01 SE4.! 36 28 11 .08 KI..8Imme. Cat- 846 ft. N 806 ft. E 163 ft. N 313M ft. E t
I I Ii U 14 40 Owene. .J 4.18 tie Cot ___... ,.A8.'I' 'oL.. :
: RS4 of I..t :
460 ft. 491.8
S ft.
N1.:3 of NE% ......:...-.....-:..?..+.. U. U .4 40 Ow..n".J It B..f- 4.18 aw% 01 NEI4 and NW4 01 FlF.\4\ .:: .. 1 U 10. 60 Johnson. A F _. "..68NJoJ" W. 1C. All.... S-jb.-OlT.. E to beg Cart;, ...f...... M 293A .1C Hamilton, L A.w- I
,0
8W4 01 NWI4 _..,. = n "JI 14 40 Alberts. Jol E... 4.1& 01 SE% and W % 01 8E\4 and Lot 3 Blk 1 ........_.....__.. I IB ft :
..
..
a. 40 Unknown ._____ 8.14 WI4 except. N'% of NW"% 01 8Wi4 .... ._ Lockwood. F. .34 !
.. U 27 :
I Jf) 8\\$'fo'ol% of NW\4 810\4 01.8W. ,---.r------------- II U II 10 Rauleraon D E n.21 also except Cemetery. ..._..._,...-: I 25 10 266 Johnson John Lot Lot 4 4 Blk.Blk.1 1 .-..-.....-............... _I '.., .. -- Roberta, R .... ,86 I
..
> ..... ........_.. .
. lcaae to Est. _.._____. .11.7 ... .. .? ., .. ... Frye, O H.... ... !
8Ei4 Union 01'(RE4'yprf'% "'leee' eo.'timber__......__-. .-__.:.- II 17 II .0 Raul..reon.' n P 331RW j RW4 of N'V%: .___+.-___u_.._.-n... I 25 80 40 DoneJran, A E._ 4.GI Lot Lot 7 8 Blk.Blk.. 1 1 ......-..-..-......-........ .- .., .. -. Bean, .7.L ._._...,. .86
% 01 NI'% of NEt4 11 2. II 10 Savage. W. H__, 2.11Undlvld..d R'% 01 NE% and E% 01 NEI4 01 NE", 4 25 80. 110 Donesan, A E- 10." Lot .....?..........._,._.." __' '.. .. ._ Pollock. A V _. ..86r
%> Int. In NW\4 u"-------01 .NW 14 .? 11 29 II 20 Campbell A lo[. 1.98 8% 01 NWI4 01 NEI4 and W4 01 NEI4 Lot S 13 nik.Blk.4 1....I-;_._.-_.,.__.__..,. .. .. .. Wllhlte., 8 B'' ,.., ...

Undivided %> Int. In NWI4 01 NW4.! 11 II II 20 Rav..r..W no._ .2.11S of NFJ% -_.._.________u_--____-_-. 8 26 10. .0 Parker, .A M._ .1.7 814 of NW %- -of- NW44-and-SWy4-ol: : __ .. ... .. Wilson .J J ... .86 I.
..i ..... 29 II 40 Campbell A ]M.. 1\.49\ BEMs nf SW% and all W 01 Doggy
S\V% 01 NW", ._,.....---+ 11 NWW _
.tnV% 01 NW% .-___u..u_ 14 2. I' to Campbell A 1I.U Creek 01 !""WI4 01 SE% ._.. ...--... 8 U 10 n Donegan A E6.31 SM of NBW--,-;--of-- NW--- %-..and..___SBW:__\.-..of- K 25 I9 60 Ouatua, A 'W._.. 26.01.

r '",v01 It. eq.NW\4 In 8W except con and n R N"Rtw, 01 and N010\ 120r 01 SEI4 01 SE", and S\6 01.NE14; of BE"%. 4 25 10 80 7ohn.ton John Undlv.NVfW .Int.-.*-....--............ ]. 25'' 29 80 Butteroff, P C... 25.01

NW% ofW% ..__. ._____. _.. 28 29 IS 80 Unknown _____'" 11.40 E.t. ___..____. 11.118 M in all except SM orsw4 17 26 29 280 Wat.on.I J..,. 91.00
"NW% 01 SE4! ________-_____.___-____-_. 1 50. II 40 Rulll\8n. W I1. 6.33 N14 01 N\VI4 ___________-_un.._ 6 U 10 RO Wat.on..J .J____ 10.n 'NBW\ of of NEW --..__.., _._._....... 18 26 29 40 Wat.on..J J..._ 6.91
Cattle All n_______________________________._ 1 2G ,30 1140 Wat.on..J .J____ 66.66l.nn0e BM SEW AWE------------: I... 18 36 29 20 Parry W .____, I."
__ __ _... II to Don.'gan
,01 SW 14 _____ .. 'I' 10 NM of SI4of
NE4! - ._. __.. 18 26 29 10
,I Co, .__.___. -.__ '.63 B"I .8.29 recorded cha 'V In 01 nook NE 11 cor.pARe of 210.lIt _2.run II 25 80 20 MeLean."W a __ 8.la Beg;. SW cor. of SWW of NEW- run N "'Schr..ltel..7 At, 8.07

Beg 160 .It. 'W af I'IE' con nl.RE" ot S 21.2& ch.. to 7ako, thence N. 110 yd*. B 166 )'d.. 8 110 yd*. W 116.
NW% run'N 297 It. W 297 ft. S 291It. yd*. unuh__________.._.________ is It 21"\6"" Bchrelfe'l'
F. U1 ft ___.____________________ 11 10 II .. Rowe. D 1" _n.' 2.62. Westerly cntere along lake lake. thence to where F. to beg S..e.line .. .Del. 110 )'d8. N and U' 'da F of SW *. J A. '.17
210 It. JoJ and 1&0 ft. N nl S\V ror. .
U.I' cor. of NEW run K 123 yda. 8 110
lees lands deeded to M 8ullh'an, 10 26 ao U Johnston. John '
Mrer
nf 810% of NW % run N 91 11. E 160e E.t. _. __-___ 3.99 yd.. W 111 'd8. N 110 'de. ___n___ 18 SS .29 Stt Unknown .... 1.47
ft. W 160 ft _____..__ 10 II Tindal acre -
.1 E
ft 8 uu. IS It"8a .If'..09 Lot 1 -------------------Y.,..._.__.;.. 11 21 ao 113 .7ohn.ton. John M RWt4%offMEK i of BWW and -NH .,
----r-- Ert ._.______ 11.63 of d beg BW oor. of .
:, D"I NE. cor of SF.\4: E ot 122 NEI4 .run 'V NI4.Of NI'I4 ____--______.______--___ 111 21 'al' 80 Roberson. J M. 8.19W' NW W of SEW% run N360)du.E160
297 yde. R 440 yda yde N,272yd. % of W'>40 of NW" 01 SFJ", ________ 2f26 PO 10 1'artln, bewey1.68 yd*. 8 150 yd*. W 140 yd. ___n__._. IS SS 29 42 SchreltAa. N L. '.44
.. It 11& yda. N 168 yde. __._______ 16 190 as U Thnonpson Wee- ''I'; of
: M EM of SM of IIE '
'of
Icy' ____ __ LDSI (\ All S'c. lying S of Co. Hoad a. It now % BWW__ 18 .25 29 SM Ackman ,C .j_._ 1.14
n n rune _____n.._______________________ 10 26 80 11111 Stroup. 1" A-___ IS.08 Beg. SB cor. of NWW of SEW run N.
I BEI4 01 BEI4 __..________..___..-____ 111 20 3S .0 J.lcl'rnolt, lire All f1..c. B1 lying N 01 Co. road as It 175 )'d.. W ISO yda. S 175 yd* E ISO'yd

..JI A __------3.28 now runs except I..nd.ow""d by \Vm. I *. ______. _._ 18 IS 29 10 Bclaner. P.' .... 7.12
NWI4 of 8W4! __________.:__.___._..._. 18 80 111"0 Rae, Lilly ______11.98 I llarber B1 U 80 110 Rtroup P' A ___ U.18 Ben. 176 yde-N of SB con of NVof .
NW% of RE4 and REU4of: 8E----! _. 19' 80 as NO Or""A)'. 'V W__ 11.83EoIo N\oIo\ 01 NW--------------------------- U 25 ao 6 J ..rl)'. W I" ____ I.U HEW run N 373 yd*. W 14SW :yd*. 8 ." '
\ 01 NE", rol NE4! u____ _. 21 30 3S 20 Mcn..tmolt. 1.Cr. NW'! of, SE % leee 70 yde. eqr, In NE 195 yd. E 22 W yd* 8 175 yda, B 140 e

.' ..J H A _______.1.11 car _4----------------------------- II U 30. U Pratt It V ____- 17.1. yd*. _--r: : ----.:-----------_._--. 18 15 19 11 Schrclfel. R .. '1'."
NW% 01 NWI4 _____-_-________.__-. 22 30 3S 40 3f. D'r' ott. llrer R"I 625 tt B 01 NW cor olSE% er BE% Bear. 1IG yd.. B and 160 yd*. E of NW cor. ,, '
.J A ____ !164NSV4 run R185rt.r 420ft.N135ft. \V of NWV", of SBW: run 8 176 7d. E .' a

ot NF.14 ___u______________.__. 11 80 3S '40 Kaher A ______ 1.89 420 ft. __________________________n_ /II/ IS 80 I Davia n a __.. 1.41 140 yda N 175 yda. W 140 yd. ... 18 25 29 4 Johnston Ja* M 184
N'% 01 NW'4 01 NW\4 ___nu__.._ 11 80 38 20 Ranker A 8. ___ 1.92 BE'% 01 SW% 1..11 E'% 01 8Eof! SW S 4 of SWW/ of SEW ___......III: ..- 18 15 29 20 Schrelfel I ,

MW"% of NF.4! and W\6 01 SEI4. _---- 81 10 U 121 Unknown '_n __ 9.21 ____.__ 211 U 10 20 Stratton J 8___ 9.91Lott N etal. _u_.. -8.if
0 NE% of SE % 01 8E% ____n._________ 31 80 U 10 \Velie, L ________' 1.19 2 except land recorded Book 4& BEW of SEW -__n.____._________.___ II 25 19 40 Stephen F M6.3e
N\oIo\ ,of E'% 01 lot 2 01 NWI4 ____n___ 6 81 as 88 Snyder J A ____ 8.19 ] nge lees land owned by SW'4, 01 NKW and W% of. SEW and I
W'% 01 In"\4 ClI NE14 ..__--_.__n____ 7 81 as 20 Hunter HA____ 1.PI \' er:4R.ab'.or.: : Oro, Ca ----__-- U 211 80 48. Rtratlon J 8 __ 92.91 all of SE01/ NWW B Of Shingle

E\oIo\ 01 SE", 01 NEI4 ___________u___. 'I 81 as 10 Unknown ___u_ 1.81 N% 01 NE'" ___...______..__.....___... a 21 80 80 Keen A M __n 11.17 Creek ..____,______...:........__.... 14 25 89 110 Barrier D __.. 2531
E'% .-____________________.__._______. 17 81 II 118 Southern Cofontantlon AII__:;__.____..-;____._________..._____. I 2' 80 181 KIII.lmm..e Cat- E% of EM a---------------- 19 24 S8M 120'! Watson J.- 65.11
Co. ___ 24.21 tie Co. .___ __ 11.18 of NW% of NEW ..___......___.. 19 1* 29 ,30 Lane, John etaie: .> '.U .

AII-------------.__...___....,__._.__.. 11 II II 840 Fcchmolk..J ____.1.49 A1l------------------------------------ I 21 10 5S1 KI..lmm..e. Cat.tie 1'11% of NEW --. -_. ---._..__.._.,-_. .23 25 29 40 Johnston J M.. 40.38
.AII_._______..._..........--.__-____... 83 11 II 1119 Southern Colon. CCI. ______ 18.18 KII.... G......_ .
.batton Co. ..- 41.19 I II' 10 188 Klesimmee Cat- All Blk. V N of Road ._________-.SSWNW 14 IS 29 10 Scott, D .___ .. S.41KM
All-----.._.._...._..._.____......._.. \ *' NWH of -
II'% ._n_____.-_______-_....._..__._.- 4 II sa .In Unknown ______ 28.97 tie Co. ______ 8.1'1 \ ____.... NWW _and_._ 8W of. .14 IS 29 40
E34 01 8113, -___.__-.._.....-....-.. II aa as 80 Southern! ColonteatlonCo. All E 01 canal' of S% of 8534 -.___... .1 28 10 80 KIII"lmmee Cat. > Sol Co. road except 8W(._..__.. 35 89 Leeley W D ....101.11
01 8E34 100
_. 8.88 tie Co. 1.1'1.1 F L .... IS 58

'VIAl 01 NE'. ________..___-..________ 6 at IS 80 Unknown _____ 6.81W AII__..?._._.._--..._+_....__...._..__ I 2$ $0 640 KI."lmm'e Cat. EM W% of of Btt W%and of NEW of NE", _..?- 50 SS 29 10 Boyer: .C E .... ..OT \
"," 01 NE% ot NE% ______...- II II as 20 Harllam. L 10 ... '1.81 lie Co. _.___. 1..111 > 8WK\ of 8E14. leaa NE
.:.. ____. 10 II $0 1180 Kl..hi. w4 of BE14 ...._..?.__...........+ 51 SS 29 160 Goodwin. F 20.15
FJ'% 01 E\oIo\ 01 811% 01 NF.14 ._- II II as 10 Unknown 1.19 All except 1'1% 0'1 71W'4 :+.___-..__.? mee Cat- of WM S of 32 C.
W'% 01 E% 01 SE\4 01 NE\4\ -._____n_ II 81 II 10 Unknown ____a. 1.19E tie Co. .__... 10.11 \ of A C L Ry. u......__ SS 29 140 Ooodwln; F 17.43.
NE' 01 NE% and W4 01 BE'% AII.:........-.....?._....::??...___: 11 2$ 10 610 Kla8Imm. Cat- NWV4 ParkA Gardesii.NWW 1'101 A C L :Ry, ..-. ..- 88 SS 29 20 Cuppett M D___ 2.88
)01 % lose W% of NE% of NE% tie Co. _____- ".1'AII

NEVI -----.-.--_-----_----.-_=- II .Ii IS 85 Unknown _____- 1.911 _......._...._.....:__....-.-.-........ 1. ... .0 640 Kleelmmee Cat- of Sub-DIv. 15 of Rg.part.s!* of 6.".. SS and SS ;
E34 and SW"% .-..___--....,..._-_. 'I 81 a. 880 Southern Colon.laatlon tie Co. _____. ".18 4 and S of and part of Seca. .
Co. __ 18.\1\ A11'---------------------------------$ II 80 840 Klesimmee .Cat. Tp. '24 nil' 29-.,._________ tS I* ..

N44 _._:._-..........:_.-....-.-.. 9 II I' 120 Southern Colon. tie Co. ______ 41.18 Fractl. R% of BWW of NEW and NW%
IzaUon Ca ___ 54,27All All-----_.. __?_.______.__.u____.. U II 10. 640 Klsslmmee Cat.tlo Lot of SEW ----_.....__--..__.'-___..... 81 SS Sf 50 Larue, W J _... IS 88
-.._..._.....--.._..___-_..-_.._. U I. ,33 629 Southern Colon- Co. ____... ... 8 16 and BWW of SWW of NWW%" __ 18 IS 29 IS Wilkinson 8 .7. 4.09
4 laatlon! Co. __ 41.1' AII.:..-.....__._..._..__._.._.___.__.._. 11 I' .0 640. Kleelmmee Vat- Dell' ft. 8 and 244 ft. E of NW cor. .
All--------------. ......-._...,._....._ 11 .1 IS 640 Southern Colon- tie Co. -___- 41.1' j&'ttVriuni VVL'.t..1..1..1!! !
1 tendon ("0. __ 41.711, All..__._..__._.__.._..,._----..-._..- 1. 18 10 .40 Kleelmmee Cat- _. __ f : 312539 S Souder. 8 J _.. 1.44
8\6 01 8EW. __...__.._..._..__.__..-.. IT 81 al 80 Southern Colon. tie Co. _n__. ".18 S'M lot IIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIII"IIIIII- 88 SS 2* 10 Orlmes, W R __ ...8
Italian Co ___ 6./E All E 01 Canal .._o-._.._...:_-___..... IT 28 10 410 KI..lmmeo Cat. i3 I 86C 29 S Stute. C W .... 1.47
NWat % and .SE'14 ----r----+. ,__....._..11 II a3 820' Southern Colon. tie Co. _____. UIT Lot 87 -----.____________._______. 28 29 10 Nelson 8' ... 2.4$.
WM of
1."Uon. Co. ___ !127 All E 01 River ..._-......._...-...-- 19 18 .10 20 KI..lmme" Cat. 444 ft. NWW and SWW of SWW leas -
ot NE4 ancS SW% ot ... 10 at 13 no Soulh..rn Colon. tie Co ______ 2.09All''S aqr. In SB cor. of SWW 01. '' "
,- 8W4------ l..aUon. Co ___ 11.61A.I ot Canal -.-__........-...._..- 20 18 80 610 Kleelmmee Cat. 444 IIWI4 -*----.M-. -.....-- ...--- ,?--___?,, 19 115 Goodwin.' F C__ it)18
_............_..........._.. ;.._ It II $2 .40 Southern ColonIeatlon tie Co ._-_-_ ".1' I ft. sqr. In 8E cor. of BWW of SWW 28 It 8 Bylveater.Mfa M T.36
Undlv. M> Int. In NWW of SWW ... I S. 24 90 Ooodwln. F
C.. S.48
Co. _.._ 41.TfI AII_._..-.-.__._-...___._.___.-....._._ 11 2. 10 640 Klaalmmeo Cat. EM> of NE'8 34 19 10
12 II 81 81t Southern Colon.aua Goodwin F C..112.15
----------------- ---------------- tie Co. _____.' ....7'I Undlv. M Int. In WM of
.. :, ,,.ukr. +au .w I&LUon! Co. __-; 41.711 I AII...._.,;..-.-_.::.; _'.__;;_ -'_....: .. II. ,II '" 30Klsslmmee_ Cat. % .:-NEW and SBUndlV."l".TTff .2. 29 .
? P tot NW ,..?........ ...... !T II 492 80 Southern ColonwBEI ".NII j tie Co. ._____. ".1'II ---------- ---------,8', 120 Ooodwln F C-. I0.4S
.., V"'" ".'" I....Uon Co. .....,:.. II.UU All .,....... ... ._ 28 10 ,1640s KI..lmmee Cato-r I' "',,', BVt-of.NWW( .InNE, % 01 NW% ',-. ._ 2913; c, O' ..rr,.. J F.. 1.07
; and E% of SW% .-. II II. 110' Southern I Colon '11 --- "", ,1\\.. tie Co.4wc.i.Ji, "..1IIt 8W ofiNW ,4 6 S9/i80\ Blair, II E .___ 24.7S ,
S'o ."rlsallon. Co 18." AII ,. .. ,,. II SO \\KIH.lmm..Ca\;\ i NFJ%14 fOl'SEI4"F % 91 "IICI' It rF 40 \('Judson N et.1 3.43
? 1'192% of NW% .. ?.:-..- .. .. U II II'' 80 BoulhernaColon "14 lle'r CO.\l\ 1It$:: AII Sal t.... uruoilfcoPley..F..J I.3.61

Izatlon. Co. '.81 All.... ....... .. .., + -....- Y6 II 10 640 Kleelmmee t.at All t except W.oI.Cr..k SWWTof.SEwTand cn.j 8W%" \ ] .... 10." ,!,
_ BW% .__.. 29 II II 1&0 ;Unknowns I1.n ,. .. if: .. "(tSiwrf'" fi.p, .tf tj, WAll ._ 31.! 0 Everglade Cypress y
W% of NW% and $W% and ES4 of8E All = := 26 18 30 110; Klxslmmele I Cat: 'utf''ijif-aK;00. Co. ___. .....
? fractional .____..._ ..
...
._
% io II 13 820 Southern Colonization - .. i21 29 1S9 Klaalmmee Cat. '
---------- ------------------- tie Co. _____.; 41.11
Co. _. 1467 .__ _. ll.St
AH--------- ------------------------- 27 JI 80 640 KI..lmmoo Cat- All fractional ..................... 1 29 Klesmmee "
NEl _.___....?---,-?_?----_,.,...- 10 81 SS 160 Rober.on.AI. 1211 tie Co ,_ __ "..7'AII. . 19 242 Cat
n
fl 4 of NWS4 ----- .--.- -_--- --.-- \ 33 88SS 80 Unknown .----. 6.33 ........_. ...... _......._.___ 2$ II 10 1140 K es All fractional Klsslmmee 11."
All---------------------- 38 637 Southern Colon'Izatlon Coee-Cat 41.11 ....._........._.......... IS 29 29 4S4 Cit.
------- ---- tie ..

Co. .n. ,. A11_.... .__..._.... ____._.__.. _.__. 29 23.0 .40 KI..h..ne". Cat. of tie Co. ...... 27.61
NEW ...
8W% ................__......._...... 31 32 S3 160 Southern Colonization : -' tlo o. ___.; 41.76 NM of NM NEW and-SM- ..of---SEW---- leaa____R _R_ 1 25 28 40 Watson J J_... I."
C 1251
W .. * I.:: E% 01 NE'. and SW" 01 N54 and Rtw. .--- .--..__._______.__.*.__.._ 3 J5 18 240
of
% NWW l- S II acre ._...-._ S3 SS 38 65BM Paulson, I .. 4.86 NE34 01 NW34 and WK of NW4 .. U U 10 240 KI..lmm..Cah 1I.r ..... .'. W.t.on..7 J.._. 20.15
> of KM ....-...-__.___-........... 31 It 38 160IS Sch.at.McCorm tie Co. .__... 11:11 .. .t; II..DI.I.._ .f B
H\! NWtt .< NKV4 .f 8 W .
> % .
% Land Co. __.. 12.51 SJD% 01 NWI4 and S% .__....._._. U 28 SO 11I0 Itl..lmmoe Ie Lot. 45 3 25 28S6
NM of NEW ._...._._......--....._. SS 33 80, Southern Colonization N. Stor. Co.. If." Lots 47 and 46 -....-.........-...... a is 10 Unknown ...... 1.26
r to 50 Inc. ......_. .
..._...___ .
f Co. .., '.'3 .. _...__ .__. -....____. .. al 28 10 6.0 KI..lmm..e Cat. Lots 61 and S3 .- a IS 38 20 Unknown __.?. S.OT
---- -- .. .._.
.
SEW of NEW ...____________.. 16 88 40 Storey. R L ._.. '.11 tie Co. -____. 41.76 I.ots to 78 'Inc --$6to$3 . a 21 88 10 Unknown ...... 1,36

.. W% Of BM and EM of WM .-----6 26 88 320 Donegan. R._ 31.96 All----.._....._...._____..__....-.__ 13 2. 10 640 KIH.lmmoe Ca.t. E% of T. SIAl 01 8W4; and of 8E--------Inc..... 3 186EM S8 40 Unknown ...... S.4S .
NEW of NE% _......_...,....... 27 33 40 Traeey J W._ 8.85 lie Co _____. 43.76 N% of I II 28 15 Lankford, R A 6.S3

NEof/ NEW .............-__...... 127 88 40 Donenan. JR.. 4.48 All--------------------..__.__ ____..___ I. II 10 64b Kleelmmee Cat.. of NW BEI4 o-------------------- 4 2118 10 Bradley. E E _. .'.14
All .._.__....I._.. : :.J__..... 6 80 83 640 Donea-an. A E._ 47.49 tie Co. _____. 41.11 1I..r .%. ...... I It 88 I Unknown ...... ..86Munaer
All fractional .....:...,........._..._.. 7 80 33 620 Donea-an. A H_. 47.49 AIl_ ......_..___ ...... . .. ... al 2 1 10 640 KI..lmme" Cat. .. Co. 8.110 tvtmlm .( +
_.__
-- -- N4 4W4 .._......_..._....
All fratlonal .........___.._......... 9 30 33 6 DontKan. A E.. ..1 tie Co. ____. .41.1' 9 SSSI 28
Lot I .___-...-.................._..... 14 80 33 33 Unknown ...... 266 AU_ __.._ ..:_._.. .______._.. ._.. __ I' 2$ 10 840 .-Cat. Lot 11 to 14 lac. .-.-.-_.._.-....-_.-- 9 28 20 Land
? -
Lot. 1-2-8......_....._..........__... 1630 32 184 Unknown ..__.. 1348- Kiloni .___.... 12.11All NE+/ and NW Co' '"" 8.37
-NWW ______._______.................. 11 30 33 '140 Ordway. W W_ 13.21 fractional .._......._......._. 1 2. SO 460 Itl..lmm.e Ca.t- NW\4\ 01 %% 01 BE'" an4 SM of SM 10 SS SS S60SS Wataon. J J:::. 44.11
N% of NW% of SW % ...________..... 34 30 32 SO Unknown ...... I.'. tie Co. .____- 11.11 Lot f and 8W"u of 8 les"R _____." 10 85 40 Unknown ...._ 3.6*

5y NEW of NE% and NEW of NWW .... 17 80 ai 80NWW Orlnglea W _.. 633 All fractional __...._.___...__..._..._ I U 10 111 KI..lmmee Cattle SVi of Lot 8EW I .. .W.W.. R Rt 13 SSIS SS 88 Watson i.__. 6J4f
.............
of NEW/ .______h_____.____._.. 17 10. 38 40 Roe, L M .__.__ I." Co. __ 11.18 -- -- 25 28 24 Klrkpatrlck .

of SWW of NEW and WM of All fractional .........__..--......... II 80 391 Kia.lmmee Cat.' Bell' t." cha. E of NW of NW Mrs J E .... 2.78
.I** 01 :NE" ..-..-....-...-._..._ *t 10 III 40 Unknown ...... 8.69 tie Co. ..___. 2I7 8 10 W cor. % .

NII4 01 NE% ......__-...-.......... II ao 32 40 Unknown ...... 3 34 A11_.._.__-_..__._._...____._...._.._-. 8 .29 10 640 Klasimmee Cat- 6 run c.... .cha. 8 ch*. N 10 ch*. E a
of NW"% ._n__....... ......... I II .1 40 Unknown ...... '.1' tie Co. .___ II." E% of SWW--- o------------------------ 12 II." S Unknown ._.... ..IT

854% ., HE'" 01 SWI4 ..._-.._..-.-. 1 11 81 10 Unknown ...... 1.19Kunamann. AII_...._.._____.-__...._._...._-_.... I U 10 640 Klsslmmee Cat-- W'>. of 8W% of SWW/ ._..._... ...1 13 86.ia 28 It Keen E ___.. 10." r.it'
,W% of NE\4 01 NW", ..........._.. II 11 II 10 M L 1.11l tie Co. ___:_, II." WM of Lot t lea ft. asia 28 SOSS Butteroff, P.C.. IS 68

alE" -,-..._-_...............____....... 9 a. al 180 Southern Colonization All except BE14 01 8E% ....?...-. .. 1 II 10 tOO Hb.lmmee Cats 110 yd*. *q. In NE S cor.IS of Lot_...-4-_...I...... as .27 Print. Mr M_. 2.68 't
18 25 21
Co. .. 12.51 tie Co. .__.__ 18.01 B..II' 618 ft. 8 and 438 ft. W of NB I Unknown ______ .14 a
: MEW and WM of SEW: and EM of. :.. All except S\6 01 lot 1 .___. ..... . 'I U' 10 428 Hiaclmmee Cat.. of Lot 1 8 cot
., BWW ._.__.._.._____..-_-: _..__..___. 11 11 SSIS 310 Southern Colon. tie Co. .____. ".11 run 174 ft. W 173 ft. N
474
ft. E 173 ft. _____
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; ...; heathen. Co. .- II.'" Lola I. I I. and N14 01 lot 8 .. t U' 10 2.0 Klasimmee' Be 100 ft. N of BW ---- --- II 2E 21 I Woodall. O B_ '.14
--- !* cor. of Lot 1
NH 0 f SEW _..___......_...*_..___.. 11 S3 10 Southern Colon ? tie Co. _-_--_ 1.... N 6SS ft. B 810 ft. 8 638 ft. W 810 run '

Izatlon Co. -. .... All fractional _._.__.___.________..--._ 9 I' 10 1i11 KI..lmmeo I.. All Lot 3 W of Mid. Ky. except land ft. 12 25 21 10 Anderson, H W JS.96
m M of NWW/ .-_..._..._____ .___.__ 11 32 32 80 Unknown ...1 land N 8 Co. __14.11 owned
t. NWW .-.-...--....---------.--..---.. 14 33 83 160 Southern Colon. Lot. I. I 5 4 and E% 01 NW% -.. 10 II .0 III Watt., N F __._ 11.16 Bea- SB cor.by Robt.of Lot Baa deeded Bat to___Ed.__._and___ 11 25 21 t Anderson H W 1.14 6V.IS .

I sol-: Co. .. IS.El Lot.4. I and W34 01 NW% _____.___ 10 It 10 180 Kleelmmee h. 11 Wilson run N-Weeterly' on Rt. of
W"% of W% and SM of SEW .______. U 31 32 340 ColonCo. land N 8 Co._. 11.0
106 ft.
way w:; 110 ft. 8 105 ftE to

.' NE% ___....__ ._.. Izatlon ._ 18.39 Lot 1 ------------------------?--,--- 11 at 10 26 Kleelmmee Cat. R R --.--.--..------.-.-------.-....__ 15..
. .... ......._...._. 16EM 32 13 160 Southern ColonCo. tie Co. ._____. 1.4' Bear. SW oor. of, NWW oNE U Unknown ._ Ml
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run
.Izatlno. .. 12.61 FractL NW of NW'4 ____...._._. 18 II 10 U Klsslmmee Cat-
........--...._........._._.__..___ 17 12 32tl 220 Southern Colon. %. tie Co. .__._. 1.18All 7M BWW cha of N NEW 10 cha.and W'NW%%ch of*. SEW S 10 ch and*. IS 25IS 28 7% Thompson W 8.84 }

Isatlon Co. __ 24.27 Ira"tlonal __.__....___...._.___.. 11 29 10 II KI..lmmee Cattle KM of SWW, of
> SEW and
WM of
All B of River _._..__J____._...-.... 20 32S3 120 Southern Colon. . Co. _.___ 1.1' .
NWW and SW% ._. .._. _
._ ._..... 25 II 140
'IzatlonSouthern Co. _. 24.27 J_
All.........:...........____.....__...... 11NVi 32SS 636 ColonCo. Undlv.HE% 'AI and Int.S4 In of NEI4 NWI4 and and NW NI4% of of WM Bear. oSWW 68 yd..l W of of SEW BE: cor.--..of._-Lot-__.4._run__. 13.25 88 20 Unknown JT"4"0"-___-2.17

of NE% and SM of SWW .._...__ 21fiBW 33 160 Southern'Izatlon Colon-. __ 47.79 S\VI4 -____-___-_..__._-........-_ 1 II II 180 Andrews. 3 mtru.te. N-Weterly S20 yd*. W 447 ;yd*. 8 ,

IzatlnoRelnfteld.. Co. _. 11.61All .. __.-. $0.41 330 yd*. E 493 yd* .________....... 11' IS 28 SO Minx F E __ 7.12
Undl, IAI Int. In NEI4 and NW'4' of EM of BE% and NWW of SBW ___... 14 25S3 .
.. .. JIG
----- 23 31 12 160 R C 1211 J__:
--- J
Wat.o'I.J lO.n
except SEW/ *nd EIL of BWK and -- $ES4 and 83 01 NW'4% and N34 elSW' SWW of NBW -----__.________.:_____, 25 40 Bass !W
____________-__ C ____ S.6S
. NM of N% of NWW and SM of NE% 14 .31 32 280 Southern ColonIzatlon I Martha 4 -1 21 2. I 180 Watson, 3 .7__._ 10.18, EM of EM and NWW of NEW and W .
Boyce' Sub.Dh' 01 SE' _.__ :I 25 29 % 01 BEI4 22 25 28 280
} 8" of.211"", '" .. Co. -- 1163 E 3 acres of Lot n _____nu_________ I 211 II I Brl.tol, C I ._.. I." NEW of NWw"Vnd"sw"wof"N"ww"Vnd Watson J J____ 12.29''
.
, NEW of Nf!-- and-8li-of NW---%--and- :- 1* S3 32 80 Unknown .----- 6.It Undlv. % Int. In E%> of NE-4 and 8W WM of 8WW and 8EW of SWW ..__ II 15' lit .00 Watson. J J___. 14.92

,\ EM ___.___._ ... .___.. __. 25 % nfNE\4 andoN' oISE", and 114of NM of NW% of NWW .______.-..__. SS II 20 Bass W
33 32 440 C
t Southern Colon _
-- __
t ? ___ 3.17
N\V'4 _.___.__._._____________ 1 21 2. 140 W.t.on.7 .7____ 11.89 SWW% of NEW 26 26. II '
Izatlon. Co. ._ II." NWI4 of NEI4 .________..._.___._ i 26 211 40 Donegan..A E NEW of NWW of 8E-and% beg. NWcor. 40 Ro11R. R. J _... 10.6
NWW Of NWW -"'.. ........_.._____ 288WW 33 32 40 Roger. J P .... ...1'I

:V I\ tS E\oIo\ 01 E SE of%Rrver'HIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII.. II sa'i 80 Unknown .._.__ ..U N% of BW% __......____-_.._..___.. 8 U U 80 Unknown;-:::::: l :nF. N 10. of cha.Lot W 8 10 run ch 8*. 10-..c._._._._E___10_._cha.... 25 25 28 20

, If IS S3 32SS 160 Southern Colon.Izatlon % 01 SE", ___.________ -________ 5 II It 80 Watson. J .7___- II." Bass, Mrs 8uaannah a
"' Co. .. 1361 Undl. %fo Int In WS4 01 ES4 and E of ...... 4.S8
% E% SEW and SWW of NW _
All NW% In Occeola Co. ... _.._ % and
'' "_ SS 33 10 Unknown ...... .... 01 \ and 8W"- ,
NW\4 of NW and 8 .,
SWW .. .. .... ... .. .: .. 36 33 33S3 % % wTO SW'4 --------_____-_--__ " 110 Watson '
--- ----- -- -- 160 Melienhelmer C 13.31 of .0.18 3-.._. 1....
8BW% __.____........._.............__. 34 33 160 Southern Colon. '8W14-------------- I II U 110 W.t.OIl 3 3___ W'% and Rft 01 8WW. -.nd t"
\ SWW\ of BEW less Rtw. ..._ _
14
25 28
W'B' Aly_'. Sub-DI\'o' NW _... isation Co. ._ 1361 of NW% and SW'% 01 NW% andS" N% of SWW of NWW of NWW ...__-.. 29 15 28 114 I Watson. J 3_._. 1$5
t % 81 25 11 01 SW4'\ ... ..__. .__._..._ 6 II 39 110 Andrew.. 3 III Johnston John '
Lot 8 ._..... .. -
.it..NWt.-1.: _____. __ __ __ I Trlplett, 8 JSt. 1.19 Est .. l.lf<
trustee ._.___ .0.8' N -
% and BWW .. _.___.._
liege NW Cor. of De-- ..._ 34 25 28 4510 Watson ,
% run t 26 81 11 j .si
,
-E Cloud McCoy Land'Co'. Sub.DI01 part 01... 8 15 U Lot 8 -- .__.._..-I____ 36 SS 28 JM .. '.
tlT 58
ft. 400 00 ft.. Co. ____._ ...., Lou I to 9 Ino. .._____._.__.._.._ I 21 2. 'f0 McCoy Laud .co. 11.1 Land recorded In Hook SO 4..* <-,:
19_ It '
.4k NWW of BBW ..._._' _._ ..__.... 6 26 21 40 Scary, B 0...._ ".11I Lots I' 10 pace 15 88 SO Wlnstanley M IMS: ,,_
; 11. 11. U. U. _._.____. 6 15 I' 10 MoOo, Land Ca lO.n Lot 1 N of A C _... ._
All._.________._,.-1 -._._....._.. 9 26 81 441 Bruna, C W '_.. .71.41 Lot. 11 to 10 Ille. _________ 3 II I' 100 McCoy Laid Co. 14.83 NEW except: E% of.Ey4 of NWW/ .of 1 SB II H Waring. II ID.. .al" r
Jill fractional -.-.___._--I. 1. 26 81 414 Ilrun. C W ___ '37.30 Lot. 15 to 40 Ina .___.... _. 6 II I' 10' McCoy Land Co. 10.11 NE' .. . ".. *i
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All fractional _.__..__,...._ ,_.... 11 36 31 43 Brun. C W 150 Smith 0 D _. itJ1 _. '
.... .0 Lol. n to 47 tin and lot 10 __ 6 81 II 10 MoCoy Land eo. 11." 1II% ot ES4 01 NW" of 1fm __ .. ..
% __.. 21
All J1L..1-n.>........T-r-.ni...11...._ 11 26 81 470 Bruna, C W __ 71.01 Lote U. I'. n. II __._... ..x.6 I' I' 40 Jldr.w., 3 JDI 8WW. of KW'4 .....i--__ 88 10 Oault L ..._._. 1J/t', y
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I J1;? .JM____-_.._-..____.... It 36 81 711 Bruna. C W _._ '..11 --. 2 31 II 40 Wtlllams Mrs '

All fractional __-....%........ 14 14 81 4S4 Bruna. C W ___ 87."I Elof 181; ,._._____........ 'f II 21 260 Wiu:a.7.l= .u: W.,6g E4......, b-DS.w..t L D .---. \if:,(' .
....11 tractional __.. ................_ 11 34 i
31 80 Bru. .. C W .._, 4.33 All------------------- ______ '' II II HO Wataon..7 .7101.4 Part .... .
4 ..AII__-__._.___.____.__._: ",._ I' 3481 643 Bruna, C W ....47.49 8 01 Nfy( 01 8PJ\// of BW II I .14 --0----- I' II ; J
% ( % ___ 9 II Campbel1 C H- Lot -....--..- -...._...._...._ I II 16 ReoelHck. "
.0 All .cept Eyof NW% 01 NW -_._ 17BM 34 81 630SO Bruna. C W ..- 49.35: 8 of 8K% of SW'4 ......: __ 1 II II .0 Or4 s, A .__ "II Lot II ...-.---...-.-_......_. I I. II 10 P "q'I' +
of HW14 of NWJi ....... _..... 17 36 It Bt. Cloud D..,. Net NW and SW4., toY% and 10 MeDonoacb. : 1
"" 00. 1.94 gIf LoU .I. !.1.0. 0 >-'f .& I
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:, 0 I NW%( .,.-........._ tl 81 310 Donecan.. J"RI 4.13 % t fENIyBinsWof0Rrooad; a 10 II It III Watwa Z Z_ IUO It tan .. 41.:..1.2./.5.4. ud II to .e'io
if M.-t"01 NE4% _............ ........ 26 26 at 44 Baa*. Homer __ 6.44 ..-- -, .?._ .8 SI II 170 WI11Iaing.IdaI', ..$ i

of NE4 ..n : 14 86 II0 Donea-an. JR._ 4." Lot 3 Block A ___.. ... .. I MOOM 0 Ww I..' LoU 49, and 14 J ot alLot -...__ 14.9.

'". .. r el Caa&I .or, .... 84 II II 84. Donacan. 3 R.._ fell Lot Flock: B _._._.__ .. ... 6 Horner R -.- Lit 91 -.----.-. . . 2 II 1"1, 90 VoDOBOUKb.. A i ...7
Mak ____. 1.92 J. 3. K..v 8.b..DIy. of part .r 1. f1 II. NHW of BW ._, 38 10 Unknown: ., LM
.f/ 11.0-I ___. .. -. II 27 11 10 neon W IJ., Lot. K add L _.. -- _on .10 76 1.10. Jtotfman, Al...., "If .H of NBW} .:-_-::--..._ _?_"."._. 1 .J"I' ',2/1 8.rn.y D.ttd--_ .." f

:: 1,71181414% nOA *- II If 11 49 9i jDr*ir.,r..J-Tr.-, 4,14 Lot. .P ___.h .......L:'_:.......:...... 10 SI H t; .'"..lUatt, Jobs _.... 1.11 Lot I .__.__-,L" '.- -r.?.__" 1 1 23 88' II 80. 'Juda Burn. David-al/4.4'1.1 .
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Lot 1 Block 4 _________ ___..___. __ _. 10 Unknown _____ 1.11 *
ola 3 and lock 110 ________ __ __ __ __ 0.0 .8. ,
%( of 8W yE .___..:.._ _____._ _____. 10 Burn., A M _... 40.11 Lonln".k..r. ..
__. IS 131 '' : Lot 1 Block __ __________ __ __ ___ ... Lt 4 Block -----------w-_ __ __ _. 10 McCowan C B.. 1.1
of 11
34 NWSE Pat 40.lt . 1
10 Johnston. 0.I 1 ,
14 X4 tt r. / 9 Block .___ __ Unknown
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Lot Block __ .. .-. .---a--- ? --- -- .
W" of NBH ------------1-----------: H B! .... 4.84 -- -------------- -- -- -- Ooow -- i..I' .
10 Clark .
) ( 2 11 IT Lot 1. Block I M __
Lot 1 Block ___ ___
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_____ __ __ Geo .65I.ot. Henman..r
W34'of Nil: __________ O W. 8.48 I 11 __ .nlt.cker.
.____ ----------------r-----------
______ I .. 17XI 40 McOaffey. I. 3 and Block : Lot Block I _____ ..TI
U' _
___ ____ 1.01
1111 J c%:%of of JII NEW: of -_______________-____.._: 41 17XI 40 McOaffey. 0 W W H. !l.lt.'' Lot I Block In ___._________.__________ __._ _. ._ ___ Lonjn.ck.r. 1 T_Oa___ ..I Lot .I Block 1 ____u_______________- ._ __ 0 Clark Mr. 1 I I.TT
% NE" of 8W" -_____.: soS 17 10 Tubealnv. H I of 1. lo,8--------------- 6 Unkllown _
Lola and I ___ .
___ _____ __ __ __ O.ag.. __. acrf. Lt 1.10
BW34 of 8W 12. _:._________.:______a._? XI 17XI 40 Unknown ------ S.ff I Lot 4.Block Bloekl1_ __ ._ __ .__ __ Tecknow .1l' ___ ... Lot 1 ____________ __ __ -e II St.v.r. R B.____ .
NEi4of BESE ______ __ so,, 17II 40 North R B .... !.Qof lot 1 Block 11. ._--.____-r----------_______-_ __ __ __ Imngn.cker. 0.0 .85 lob 1 and H illock 4_______.____ __ _- _- I. Unknown __ /.11
NEiE of NE34 of NW Si-ande34 o1NE:%( Lot I Block In ____________ _____ __. __ '.__ __ _. Unknown ____ ... 844 Lot Jlock 7 ________ __ I Duling, D A .. '1.1&
8W SL ________.._________________ SSSS 17 SO Belden, B| L ... S.ll Lot T Block In __-_________-__.___.____ __ __ A __ ... Lot ,,1 ____________-------L ._ .._.. __ 10 Irwin D . Lit

:Wy4(' of SKH ClI SW".-____________ XI 17XI so BuM"n5rm.M: ...._ ,.? Lot 8 Blook 1.0 ____..____.__.__.______ ..' -_. _- __ 0".1'T..kllow.I T___._ .1 Lot Lot S 10 Dlock Block I 10__. _____u_______-----.J___a--------__ .'. __ 10 10 Unknown Irwin 0 O--_a__.O 1.13 1.11 v

N'% of NWU of SBH and 8E14 of NW Doti: B3 cndl10 Bloctc-188.:-::::::: :: :: :: :: Teuck now: A ::: 10: Lt 2 Block 11 _______________-_____ _. __ .._ 10 Unknown .______ .... '

", ___-__________________________..__ I' 17' fO Berrert. 8 L .. 6.80M.ey Lot 8 }Block .. ___._______________._ __ __ ,_ _. Hugo. Geo. __.... .68 3 Dlnc' II _________-_-___.____ '. __ __ 10 CrawfOrd. L.. ....8E
C._ "'II ('UF. Lot 1 Block ___ ___ __________ ___ __ __ A ___ ..i %' -------------._- __ __ ... I N_: 1.'' ;
f B 11I.1'...'. .-intml.. .f Let 4 t XI XXXI Lot 9 BIk In .. .-. _... _.,, _. __ T.kno., J P .... 11S4 Lot f Block 11 ____________.__.. _. _; _. 4 Unknowq __.__ I.."
He*. NW cor. -of Lot 4 8 64t ft. B! -- ------- ---- ---- Gwlll Lot 1. 11 _____________ ____ ... _. 10 C
run Lot Block ___._______. ________ __ __ '__ __ A '._ .86 Blok a Faring E. 1.1 PLot
Ittl ft. N 64! ft. W IXtl ft. _. .-'.' ... 1 ttt SO Celllna, I E ... '.T'I Lot 7 Block .0 ___________.________ __ __ '__ _. T.kno.Oowln..r P _._ .46 l.ot I 1&L-------------------------_ _. 10 Reanor K .___. ..41

Lot I Block 1N ______._____________ ._.__, .: __ '__ ____ 4 and NIo( __ p. 11 Unknown ___ .Ie
L Mary T*. .. I.b-DlvI.l..8 ...t 1 1 It I Lot 8 Block lU _____________- ____-__ _. __ __ __ HII 0.0 Gee ..1 Lot 1. Block I' _.______-_____________ .__ _.. __ 10 Mackey. W 3 _. 1.46
[Lot A Block I _____________________ 1 11.1 1 Klrkpatrlck Lot 10 Block ___ __. __ __ Lonlll.ck.r. .. Lot 'I Block II __-______________- __ _. _. 11 Marlowe. M .rO' ....
: Mra. J B ....' I.T: I LoN I.RI..k . ._-_.-.___--_--- _. _- _. Unknown __"_ ..6 'Lot I Blok 1. .._.._:________?___.. __ .- ._ 10 Bandy R W __ t.1
Lot A Block 7 ...________________.,.,.i 1 .1.' 1 Unknown ...... .1 Lot Block . _.____________ ______ ;.. __ '_ ..' Longn.eker-. Ge' I Lt' 9 Block 11w. 10 Unknown _____ LIB 201,
i NH of 8BH of NESS of BII<. 4 ..__.. 1 It II __ Dunwoody. B F ... Lot I Block l41--------------j----------- J __ .1 Lot 1 Block 11 _________-_ __._." __ ? I Unknown ._ 1.60.
i SWH. of 8W% of Blk 4 .............. 1 14 11II ,'__ Dun woody, C B..If Lot I Block tU __________- ___. _, __ __ '._ __ Oowlll. ____ ..65 N% Lot I Block 17._______?__: .__.. ? .? Unknown _:.._ 3.81
NESS o( NWH of BII<. 4___........___. ,1 II :._ Hamtyldg.. CR. Lot Block IT _________..____._.___._._ -. __ __ __ T.Hllo G. ___ .1 Lot 1. Block I'/ _______________. __-__ _, __ Kw.lt.r D ____ 1./0
Lot I Block ___--.r..____________ __ __ __ __ 0_. ____ ..65Lptf Lot 6 and ESL Lot 6 Block a. _____. : .. __ II .__?__ 1./0
i P Lets, S and 4BlocklL________...-. ._ _,,' __ Dlaaton H, Eat I.OS Block II ______._._ ________. __ __ _. P.__ ... Lot I Block 10 ____________________.. __ __ 11 Trux.IL C A __ ITS
Lot. 1. S, 1. 4. 7 and 8 Block S ...... ? '__ _e. __ Dteaton.Dlaaton.. H. Eat. 1.56 Lot I Block 1' _________.___"_________ .__' ._ __ 0.4wln.r Hugo. U..e.. ... Lot 10' Block It _____._.______________ __ _. __ 10 Hough, L R ___' ..11 7
1 All Block. X to T Inc. __ __ _. __ H. Eat 1S.S1 Lot 4 Aleck ____________._..__ '_" _. __ ._. Itockel C __._ ... lot II Block I' ___ _______...____.__ ._ _. '_. 1. Hough. 0 __ .
Lou 3. 4, I and f Block-8------ __ __ __ Dlaaton.Dlaaton. H.' BaUH. 1.1' Lot 1 Block .. ._._____ __ _____-_-__. __'- __ __, __ Marx. P' .1.-:. .6' Lot I' Block 15 ___. _________.__.__, _. __ .. 10 Unknown ._____ ..11
Lot. 8and I Block 8 ............._..' e' __ __ __ Bat. .ts Lot I Block 161'--------------? ? _. ? __ __ G.o. ____' ..6 Lot Block II _._____________________ .__. _. _. 10 Unknown _____ 2,62
Lot f Block 10 ______ ___... -- __ e_ '__ Ptaaton. H. Rat. .11 Lot 7 Block In _____________________- ? __ ._ __ Hllo. 0..0 ... ...t_ ....be/.g a 6.b-Dlvl.l..
All except Lots 1 and 9Block. 11 .-..I __ __' _.. __. Dlaaton.Dlaaton.. H. Rat.H s.os Lot I Block In ___________-_-----. __ __ __ __ T.ekllo. A __. .65 .Let ____.4 and N fl .
.All Block. IS to'16 (no. '.............. __ __ .__ Eat 11.11 Lot 8 Block 186,________.._____ _._-_. _. _. ._ __ Longnecker 0..0 '.611 L 1 to 1 inc except 8._ I 1 98 Vall. Agnew ;
& 1 to 14 Ina Block 16 ............ _.. __ .. ._ Dlaaton. H, Rat. s.os Lot 9 Block 161 ___.______ -____.______- __ _. __ Goodwin. J P __ ... ,1" Frank 11'.0t
AH Block 17 ...-______--._..._;.__----. __ __ _. __ DI.'ton. H Est, i.i8 Lot 6 Block I"$ _______ __-___________ __ -._ ._ __ Ow.ge. T-----65 Lot.' I and 6 ______.___________.. _.' S. II' U Melklelon. 11 W '/.1'
Lota-1 to-7 Ino. Block 18 _______.:... __ __ __ ? Dlaaton. H, E." i.iis.tt Lot 8 RloCk'I" _, ____,________. _____ _. _. __ __ Hugo, I. ___,. .OB ... .. Land ......_. c. ._
Lot. 8 to 14 Inc and Lot If-Block !*__ __ __ _. _e. Dlaaton H. Bat. Lt I Block 161 ____-__;._.___ ------- _- _. __ __ T"ckno. A __._ I Division of NE'4 and ESL of 8E'4" ,
a All Blocks SO to 11 Inc. ...;...___i.... __ __ _. __ Dlaaton H, Rat. 18.11 I Block 10 __ __________.?_____ _. _' __ Lootn.cker. 000 .. and N2.>(1 of NB'4'ol NWS4 and AV4 ,
l Aliyxcrpt Lot II Block 14 ....-______ __. __ __. __ Diaaton It Bat. S.OS Lot 1 Block I. .. _____?__ ------. .__ ,_ _._ __ Goodwin J P wO ..I of NE'4 of NW" and A% of NW'E "', .
Lot. 4 to IX Inc. and NE4 of and NW34 .f NW'4 'J
and Lota 14 and If Lot Block -.. __ _.. _. __, Longnecfcer. 0..0 8W'
LoBIOC1I XI .--- ------..-----I---- ," __ y.? ._,, Dlaaton. H., Bat. s.tt Lot 3 Block .. ______.___ ______._._ __' __ __ __ Tecknow. A ___ ... 1".. Beg. run 8 n. ft. i 100ft .
to f Inc. and Lou 1. 10. I', 14 Lot 10 Block .. -. ___.________ __, _., __ __ Goodwin. 1 P __ ... N t. ft W .00 ft _______.______ I .1 81Lot.
and If Block tt ______.!_____._..:.. __ __ _.. __ DUaton. H. Rat.< S.f Lot I Block I' 8__.______ _____-_.__. __ __ .- _. Longneck.r 0.0 ,45 I. 68. '0. II -----.a-----__- I. 36 11 II 8t. Clolel Dev, .
Lota, S,4... 6. 14. It.. II and 1* Blk. 27---------- J>Dliaton H, Eat 1.93 Lot 8 lock ___.___.___, ___._____ __'. __ __ Oeo.68. OrimmJ ..11 wLot.
}' Lots 1.4. 8. t. 10. 13. 14 and IS Blk. 18-. __ ". ._ Diaatonc. Bat.Dlaaton. litlS.tf Lot Block 1.0 ___________.___________ __ __ __ Logn..k..r.Illo. 0.0. ... lot. I and.! _________ __ _________ I "1 II 10 A..-. 1.11
: Lota S and 4 to 10 Inc. and Lot. IS, 14 Lot I Block l.t ______ _______.______ _. _.. __ ._ 0.1' ..: .n and .1 _________.._.____-____ I .6 .1 10 M.ld..nh.mm..r.

and It Block It ____.....___...._.. -_ __. _- __ H. Rat. Lot I Block 11____-..__ ___________ __ __ __ Oodw/ P _:. ..1 mar. E ___ 1.88
Lot. 8 to If Inc. Block SO .----...-... .._ .._ -- ...- Dlsston. H. Eat s.os Lot I BloCk _________.____________._ : __ __ __ Oowln..r P __ ... 69 ________. ______-. ____________ I 1..1 I. Porter. R _--___ LOX
,Lots 1 to 14 Inc. Block 81' ....._..,._.. __ __ _.. __ Dlsston H, Est.Dlsston. '.01 Lot 9 Block ___.__- _____. ____.-__ __ __ __ __ M __ .., 8.1..1. La.. 4 ..IHt .. C..' MM ,
Lot2, 4 -and 11 Block 11 ________.... _- __ __ _. U. Rat. 1.11 Lot 10 Block'I.1 ____.______ ________ _. a. __ .._ Tecknow. A ___ .a6 IYI.lon of E% of NRS4 and 8W'4 ,
Lots 2. 3. 4 and 10 to If Inc. Blk. ll..t. __ .._ ._ .. Dlsaton. II, Bat I..* Lot I Block 101 _______.___-._. ______ __ .__ __ __ 0.04wln. J P __ .6. of NI'4 aDd SE% of NW" and 854 -
1.1' Lot. 1 I. I. 1* 1 4 10 1. 1. '1'. 11 Lot I Block .0. -___-___.___- ______ __ __ __ __ Hugo. Oeo. ____ ... of 01 NW'4 and 8K __-_______ 1 I 1
rand Ii. Block St' .I.-l..J____... __ __ __ Dlaaton. H, Eat. 1.96 Lola 4 and I Block 10. _______,_______ __ __ .._ __ Ooowln. 1 P. __ .81 Lot. 1. 17. U; I" '1. 7__________. __ 7 I I .0 $t. Cloud D...
Lot. t, .8 and S Block 85 ._______-_..__ __ __ _. __ Dliaton H, Rat.Dlaaton. .IS Lot 20. ________ __ ______ __ __ __ __ 1' __ ..n't Co' __.._--- 1.01
Lots S. 4" 6 8, 12, 14, 15 and It. Blk Sf __ __ .. __ II, Bat. 1.82 4 Block .0. ________.-._-?______ _. a- __ s. 0.1"1. R D__ .1 I and II _________..______________ 'I 28 11 10 Rmlth.-L 0 ____ 1.11
;:\ Lot. 1. S, 4, f, 8, 10, 12. I'. II and If Lot 4 Block .0. __. ________._________ __ ._ __ __ Tecknow. A ___ .5 Lot 66 __-._______._-______._____. __ 7 .6 .1 6 John.oq. E E __ 1.0.
,?, Block 17 .______?____.::._.,___....... __ __ .. _- Dlaaton. II, Rat. I..* Lot I Block 216 ___ _________________ __ __ __ __ J.n"n".k..r. 0.0 .66 Lot 71 __._-_----------------------- 7 .. .t I Kirkland, .1 BO 1.01
t Lot. 3. S. 4. f and 8 to If Ino. Block II ._ __ DUaton. II Eat."Eat. I." Lot. I and 1 Block".1. __;__________ .__ __ __ : Hugo. G..o ____ .8. Lot ------------------------ ----- fiI I Krenger R O.. 1.HIYI.lon
Lot 6 Block 88 .. ___,____. -; ._ ;: __ Rparr W F .IS Lot I Block 211 _____________. _____ __ .. __ _. Lnln..k..r.. 0..0 .8' le.l..t. Lad t lavnt.ea4 Cw'; l.b- .
xLota S to II Inc. Block 39-._.;____.._.. __ __ __ __ Dlsaton. II. ..01 Lot T Block 119..__________________ __ __ __ __ Hllo. 0. ____ ;68 or .U except 14.% 01 NW%__ 1 I' 31 }
VAll Block .40 ___ ___..._.__ __ __ '__ __ Dlaaton H, Rat. '.1. Lot 8 Block .1. _____________-______ __ __ --s. 8 E____ ,66 Lot .0 _____________._________________ I 1..1 I Kimball 1 M1.0!
Lou.24.,; 6. IS and 14 Block 41 _... __ _. __ __ DUaton. H, Rat. 1.1' 10 Block 222--__.._____________'_ __ __ _. __ Hugo. Geo. ____ .81 Lot .t ______-____________________ .1 II I D __ 1.0. 1
All except Lot It Block1 _____.. ,._ __ nisnton, H, Fat l'.66 Lot 4 Block 223 __ ._ __ __ ; A ___ ... Lot 7. ---------------------------- 18 .8 II I Unknown _____- 1.01
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"L. All except. Lot. 1.-4 and 10 Block 4----------. Dlaaton." H. Rati 8.02 Lot 4 Block .8_______________-_____ __ __ __ __ l.n"n"ck"orJ. H G.o P.- ,66 Lot 10. __... ________________________ 28 II I W.r 1.0t
All Blocka 47 and 48 _,._uu____ __ __ ._ __ Dltaton, H, Eat. 7.07 Lot,, Block'21__n_______-__________. __ __ __ __ ,\\'at.r.. 8 E __ ,88 Lot. 108. IIT. 14 ______________._____ -Ill a. 11 16 Ou.tu. W __ 1.11
Lot. L'S.; '. 10. IX. II and B % Lot I Lot 8 Block ___ __ ____________ __ __ Oeo Lot 111 ------.a.a_______.----_..____. 18 26 31 I A __ 1.01
Block 4. ___...___.__...________ __ __ __ __ Dlaaton. II, Rat.Dlaaton S.1S Lot 1 Block '18 ___-___-______________,__ __ __ .__ _,_ J.nln..k..r.Hllo. 0.0. .___ ..1' lot. U' ____________.___________._____ 11 26 .1 I W..I... I 1C:__ 1.0'
Lota 4..41. 8, 10. I.. 14 and II Block 50------------ II, Eat.DUaton. 1.78 Lot 1 Block 11 ___________ _____- __ __ __ _- J I" __ .65 .._1..1. L... A ....._".t C.. Bab.Iivhulon s
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.. Lot. X, 4. 7. 10.. 11 and WH Lot I Blockhot Lot 6 Block ____________._________ __ __ ._ __ Tecknow. A .61 of all except 8163E of NE'4 1 26 ..1Lt.
,. II __ __ __ __ II Eat. 1.86 Lot 8 Block II _____-______________.. __ __ __ __ O.aage. H T___._ ... I. 46. 62 67 60 70. S8. 14. '8. 99. 0 t
l t Il"IIIiniIIIIIIltlIIIIII __ __ ._ __ H.y..r A ...... .8S Lot 9 Block ______________________ __ __ __ __ Hugo. 0..0. __ ,66 10. 11. 111114. jar, lT and UI_. 1 I I I 8t. Cloud D.elopm..nt .
rote 9, 11 and f8 Block II __........ __ __ __ Unknown ...... 1.66 Lot I Block las _____________-_.______ __ __ __ Ooowln. H 1'__ '.66 __ '.'0 y
I, Lot. 2, 4 ,', 10, IX and 14 Block (X____ ._ __ __ __ DUaton. H, Rat. I." Lot 4 Block 21 _______________--Lnl ______ _. __ __ __ o.a.e. ___ ,65 Lot. 9 and 34 _______._______________. 1. I' .11 10 Cro..F W __._ .1.1'
Lot. S to 4 Inc..and I to If __ H. Eat.Johnaon I." Lot 1 Block ________ __ __ __ __ J 1 __ '. Lot 1. ______________________________ 1. I' 11 I .ron 0 H ____ .3.
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; 8 Lot d BloCk! ______.___._______.__-- __. __ __ __ Van .. N ... 1'0. _______ _____ ..._______________ f1 !. Il { P..vw.' .. .____ .. 7
; .Lot.-4! 8, 9, lOi If and II Bile; 14------------: DI..ton. II. E.t. 1.11I Lot 5 Block 18____, _______._ _____ __ __ __ Dyk.. II T__ .66 Lot ii _______-.____:______________.__ 1. .8 .1 I Unknown ._.__ .1.
Lot 't1 Block __ .. Sparr W F ____ .11 --- Lot I' ___-_________._________ _____ I' 24 II I J ___.
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All Block. 66 and II -.----------- __ __ __ .._ IM..ton H.. F..t. 7.01 Lot I Block 16. Ouage II T____ Lot 8. ___.___________________________ 1. 18 .1 I H.__ ... ll llSt.
I All except Lot S Block 87 ____________ __ __ __ __ Dlaston H. E.t. .... Lot 10 Block 254------------------------------___ Goodwin, .r P __ ..1 Lot 16 __-_________________. _________ 181 II I Clark. Hr. A __ ...
I 'r P Lot l 16. ", T. 1. 9. 1416and I'I lot 8 Block __.____-_______________ __ __ '__. __ P __ .1 Lot 96 __________-___________. _______ 1. .4 11 I Unknown ______ .1.
I 61 .-. __ __ ._ __ bli.ton H. E.t. 2.69 .1 Oowln.r Lot ____________..__ ____.. 11 81 II I Unknown ;
' Alrloek. --- ----------------- ---- Lot I Block ______--a-___________ ..._ __ __ .6' lT .1
{ Lot 1 Block. ________. __ ._' ,._ Dluton 'H. E.t 3.39 Lot I Block _______ _____ .__ __ __ Lonllle..ker. _000___ .'1..Lot -_.___-____.______, _______ 1. 21 .1 I Crook, 0 B--__ .I.
f., 1.'It 3 to U.Ine.. and Lot IT Block 40---- .. __ __ __, DI..ton, H. Eet 1.01 Lot 9 Block .8.__.____---_-_-_-_-._-_--_______. __ __- __ __ HII. 0.. __. ... :Lot U. ___________________._________ 1. I' .1. I KI.kade. A _. ./. isDlvl.lon
t l Ir' Lot. 4. 8. 1. 10, 11. 12. 1.. I', I.. 18 Lot 10 Block ________.___ _____ __ __ __ __ p __ ... 8..l. le Laad A lav..e.eat Gay .
'-.and 10 Block .1 __________________ __ __ __ __ Dht.ton H. E.L 1.94 Let 5 Block .8" ______________.?______. ._ __ __ __ OaK"Oowln11. T____ ..1 or all except SW- 01 NESS '
Lot. 1 to' Ina and Lot. 9. 10 and II Lot 9 BloCk. .8________-____________, __ __ __ _. W C. ... and V',4of 8E' and of 8W'4 10 I 1 ,
Bloyt . Dl..tan H. E.t. 1.11 Lot. Lot. I and II ____..________ _______ 10 ,
Lel..2 1. .-------------------- ---- -- -- -- 5 Block 20 --'-----.--------- _. __ __ __ Zangllne. A 1 ... p 8t D..l. '
. 6. e. 9. 10, 1.. H. 11 and Lot I Block _..4-------------------------- Ouage. T-_ ... maul 1
w-------------------------------- Dlulon 11. Fait 1.94 Lot 1 Block 274 __________________ _. __ __ __ Mark. I J ____. Lot ._--____________--_ ,________ 10 I I flcKnight OJ. :: "'
AI e..cept Lot 1. Block 16--.a------------. DI.ton. H. E.L 1.39 Lot. I and 4 Block .7. Tecknow. ___ ..1 Lot 1$ _________-________________-___ ao I Moor. M L __. .
All "e.pt Lot 1 Block 88 _________.__ __ __ H. E.t. I.S' Lot II --------------I--------1 A. Lot I. .0 .1 .1 I 8 A.___ .
a DI.ton. Block 278.______ __ ________ __ __ __ Osage H T.___ ... ------- ------------------- WI.olI.
Lots I. t. 9. I f 10.11.1' and I' Block /7 __ __ _0_ Dluton H. E.t I... Lot 1. Block .81 ________?___-________ __ _. ._ ... Lt .1 _..____.-. .___----.---------?- .0 26 11 I W T. ...
Lot. 1 to' ,inn. and 1. 11. I and 1. Lot P Block In ______________________ _. _. __ __ Lonln.cker.. 000 0.0 ... .1 ______________.______,_._______ 10 .8 al I Unknown ______ .' ;
Block 48 ___..__ __ ________ __ __ __ __ Df.aon H. F.!. 2.19 .. Fr.ll ... Trek Lot 84 _______________________________" .0 25 II I La.ltl 8 H_. 33'
Lot. .1' 3. 9. I.. I' and IC Block 68 _n_ __ __ _. __ 'DI..ton H. Est 1.1 ...DI.. ...... .ft L. C. Lot. I. I' ahd .0 _____________ ____ 10 ... .1 16 ; B __ LD
I. .' Lots and 4 to 1 lnc and Lot. 11. If, Lot. 8 Block D _________ y I to Rtllwell. W J_. I.U Lot ____ __________. ._-___"---- .0 I' II .1 Flbr 0 .3f'
111 and 11 Block 10 -_ ..._' Dl..ton H. E.t 1.94 I Lot. 11 and Block B------1.___ ?. 1 I I Bailey. .1'H Lot T' _-._., __. ___.___________..___ ; .0 I' 11 I K.lldll', L.3 _- ...
1 LI' to 1.lne. alld Lot. T. 9. 11. 11. Lot 7 Block 1 _. 7 96 11 !< Halley. .r H Co 1.4. Lot I' ___ ____" __ ___.. 11 1 NoM ( __
1 and I'i Block TI ____________ __ __ __ __ Dl..lon. H. E.t 1.11 'I Lot I Block A-_--_-__--_-__--_-__--_-__--_-__--_-_-__-_,_-p; 10 II IT 10 Silver. H T _Co__ 1.7 Lot IOS __-______..-.-..__--_____ 2020l1 11 I Way n8 __..-._ :/t8..la.l.

r.'I'I.flock _________________. __ __ __ __ .'Hayne. .r A ---_ ... Lot I Block A ..__ ---------_ ____.,' 10 .1.1 10 J D ___ I.'T L..4 R I.vea8..4 Cw'. gab.
Lt 3 Blok T' _____.__ _. _. _. __ Dl..ton N. E.t. I.'. Lot 7 lock A __..____________._____ 10 18 21 '10 St.rk A. __- 1.1 Division of all fractional ---_-__-_ 91 II
and t. I' Block _ __ __ __ __ Dl..ton H. El 8.02Lo0a.f. Lot 9 Block R ______________-__ __ 10 II IT 10 Unknown B_ ___. 1.'T Lot. f. u.. 80, I. U. I. 111 I and 60.71 I I I 8\Couc D.el- '
4. 8 9 10L 11. 14 and 1. Blk 76__ __ __ _. 'Du.aon H. 1.91 Lot 1. Block B __ ----.______ __- 10 .1 11 10 B ___ 1.'T __ 1.11Lot.
All lxoept Lola 6 and Block T' ____ __ __ __ __ Dl..ton. H. .Bat 2.61 Lot I Block D __._____ _____..______,. 10 a. IT 10 Pton. .r ______ 1.'T .8 and C. ___._______ _________ II 1".1 1& Whlppl.. N B __ 1.1!
Lot. 1. 9, 4. 8. ... I, 10. 11. I' and II Lot. I and 4 Block D _._____ ___- 10 15 IT 10 Fo" E L Lot 4. ____________ ____ __--_-______- .1 24 .1 I MorganJ B __ ,13, kb
Block 77 ______._______________-_ __ __ __ __ bl.aton 11. E.t. I..' Lot 11 Block B._______________,_____.__ 11 II '27 10 'McLul'hln., ___ .4. Lot. I' and 5' ____.____:_____________ 11 I' .1 10 Worthington,
Lot. 9. 4. 4. 7. I. 9. 10,2 and 1 131k.u.' __ _.. __ DI..t..n H. Bit 1.2' Lot 11 Block C _________________ ___. 1. 25 IT 10 Newton, Gee __ 1.'T W R._______ ADlvlslon
All Block ane 80 ______ .__.._ __ __ __ DI..ton, I Bet '/'..01t Lots 7. 1. U. 14 Block A ________-____, 21 .5 IT .0 Halley. JH&Co .... 8.1..l. lad & .: .. C.,'. : q '
4 and 8 11 Ine. lot. 14. ,e ''', '" .'. Iota 8. 10 Block A-_______-_____, : .! 25 11 .0 Unknown 1.50 of 8% :;4, 6 and N i w 't <
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Block 8. ____u __ __ Dls.tan H. Fat: .1. Lot. 8 and 1. Block D ____. __________ la .. IT .0 Unknown____: ...8 of BE" of NE" .and N'
Lot. I. I. 4. I. 6. 8 and 10 Blk 16----- __ '_._ __ __ Dluton 1. Eat 1.'. Lute 11. 1. and I Block D ___________. I. IT .0 Unknown -_____ 1.10 8E % -----r---------------------- I' 24 31Lot.
Lot. 11 to II Inc Block 8T. __________ __ __ __ __ Dluton Bet 1.1' Lot 4 Block C ________._________ 11 .5 IT 10 Unknown ______ 1.1 ... 61. 'J. 11 U. 80. 8. I. I. t
Lot. I. '. 6. 7. 11 and 11 Blk. *8-----------__ Dleeton H. E.t. 1.93 Lot I Block C ___.___________.___ _- .T .5 11 10 Batley. 0 C____ 1.'' and .1 .__________________________ 326 .1 IS 8t. Clouel D..e1- v
Lots I and. to 1 Ina and 1. and 1. Lot II Bloc D -------___________,___ n 10 Fruit opment Co-- 1.0.
Block 8. __ ___,____?_ __ __ __ __ Dlaston H.. Rit. 2.91 1 i 1.1;: Land Co.__ I.ml..le L..4 R ....Ht.t C.. lab.Dlvlslon
Lou I. 4 6. 7 an-----------Ine. Blk .0 __ __ __ __ DI..ton H. E.t 1.1' LoI Block A. ____________--________ 12 211 27 10. Penn Highland.Ca 1' of SE" of NJ y, and W% of
Lots 2l. 8. T. 8, 10. U. 11. 14 and I' __________ 1.7T NE'4 SE'4 and NEST of NWI4.17 1 I \
Block 91. _________._________u__.__ __ __ __ Dllton. H. Eet .... Lot. 'I. I and 9 Block B __. ._._______ II 15 IT .0 Unknown ______ 8.60 Lots 3. an 6. 1. 12. 11 1.. 1.. 21. 28. .
All ..except Lot. I. 6 and Block 92 _.__ __ __ __ __ Dleeton n. 2.66 Lot 1 Block n _________--_?_______ 25 11 10 0111. J A __.__ 19. 10. 86 .0. '5.1.. 10. I. 83. 8..
Lots 2. 4. 6. 81.. 1'1 16 and I' Blk. .1 __ __ __ _. Dli.ton. H. E." 1.1 Lot I Block C _____________--- __ I .5 11 10 Kelley. 8 ____ 1.1. 96. 26, 91, 98. 100. 111. 112. 116.U8. .
Lois 1..6.8.10.1..11.11. 14 and I' .. Lot II Block D _____. ________-___:__ at .5.1 10 Harrl.. F .7 ___ 1.'T IU, U8 __'________-_________ 1 II 1 10 8t. Clouel'"el_
Block I' _______ ________._ __ __ __ __ Dl..ton H. Bit ..11' Lot. Block A ______________________ ,I' 20 n 10 Crammer 8 K_ dpment Co. __
8 Lot. t,.1. A 1B. 10IS and I' BIk98 __ __ __ __ Dleeton I. Eet. 1.1' J..t 4 Black n ------- -------------- as .5 .1 10 Jlr.d. J ______ 1.4. Iota 93 and 94 ______________.____ 1 1 1 10 Long. 0 W ____ 1.1
1ot. I. 1. t. I. I. 1. 1. 1. H. and Lot 6 lock B _____.____________. __ .6 n Field. Co 8".1..1. Laad R /... .... 4'a lnbhlvlelon '.
I'. HloCk. _________________ 15 __ __ __ Dlaston H. 1.8 Lot 4 Bock C ____________._______ 1 1 1 n 1 Fla. B..ly UC 1.1. of Lot. t. 2. 3. 4. 6. and .
All .x..pr Lou I and a Block 9.7- __ __ __ Dlaston n. E.t. 802 1 Land Co. :- 1,77 EI of NW" and SW" or NWS429 I 1
All Blo..kl 98 t. 101 Ina ______ ___ __ __ __ __ Dleeton H. E"t..80 U, . 75. 1. 1', ______. -_ ., I I' St
Lot. I and 16 Block 10. _______.__ __ __ __ __ INseton If. Eet. 119 Lot Block 18fallen_______________ __ __ __ __ Hodge.. B A __ .85 pmentDovel-
Lot. I. ol. I and 14 Block 10. ______ _-_ __ __ __ J I.lton. H. Eet. 1.39 Lots 7 and 8 Block 19 __:_____________ __ __ __ __ Btallinga. J A__ 1.8" fut. II. 21.' U. 2R. and I' ___ _:____: 1 I I 1 Techout A N ? 188
All Block. and 107 ______________ __ __ __ __ Dleeton H. Eet. 11,18Florid. Lot 12 Blok 1 ______________________ __ __ __ __ Thompson, __ 1.1' Lot ----------------r'...____._-..___ H K_ :.1
4celt.r.l C.T. ...DI.I_ Lots 1 to II Ine Block .0 ________. __ __ __ __ __ BI.II. W C ____ ..88 Lot 'II _______________._____________-. 18 26 .1 I Flarln J P . .1'
alp .f..__________n___.____________- U Z .31, Lots 1 to 11 .. Block I' ____________ __ __ __ __ Dr.wdy. L B _. 1.6' Lola 10 and 121 _______-_____ I I I 10 Oeorge. I.E.. +
Lots S and 1 .lId aU baL W S4 Boo Lot. 1 to 6 Ine Block f4 ______________ __ __ __ ._ Love R F ____' 1.5. ge.laole La.d Iave.l.eat C.::;-.b: tU

.. plated -----------------a------ al 15 11 1.5 Dl..ton H. Eet. IT.I' Lot I. Block 1& _____. _____________- __ __ __ __ Drawdy. L R __ .IS' HIYI.16n of al..except 834 of '
.ot 4 __________._______._____________ al' 15 .1 10 Moore. .Max _r. 1.99 Iota I to II Ine Rloek I. __________._ __ __ __ __ Drawdy. L B __ 1.8 of 8EV. ____ ________________. __ .__ .0 II 11' .
Lot l* I.... land owned by L U Zlm Lots 1 to 11 Ine Block 4. ____- ______ __ __ __ __ O'B.rry. __ .... Lot. 81 and 101 ____________-_________ 10 16 II 10 Bt. Cloud Devel- .

merman ____--_________________.__ II 15 I 6 Hoffman. I 111,91 Lot. 1 to II Block 48 _____.__-____ __ __ __ __ O'Berry Jim __ 1.06 Davie eN R o. u:
Nare._ Lots 1 to 12 Inc Block 44 ____________ __ __ __ __ OB..rry.. ,Jim __ 2.66 Lot. I and I ______________________._ 36 II 1 10 __::.
Lot 13 .___ 3 ,6 II 10 Moor. Max i.1 Lots I to Block .5 ____________ __ __ __ __ __ 1.1 Lots 1 and ________________ ___,, 30 2. 10 LMvllle. 11 47 __ a.l1
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Let I __.._ ___ ___._______--_____.__ 8 96 11 BaDO J __--1.x8 K.ansvllle Lot _______________________.-._____ 10 I' 11 I Burlingam.
Lot -.____._-_._.___________ _______ 8 15 11 t Davla. 19 C __ 1.1't Lot I Block 17 .--__-_____:________ __ __ __ Drawdy L B .. _____ 1.11
Lot II . .5 11 4 Henderson d W T.8" Lot 16 Block I'/ ______.______________ __ __ __ Carter J H __. Lot I. ._____________________________ 70 1'.1 I R..ve. E-_ .11
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t Lots' 15 and 18 _______________________ .1 11 8 L1111e. 0 I __;: 1.1 All Block .' .B ______________________ __ __ __ __ Whi. John ___ .11 Lot 88 _.-.____-___________. _________ 10 28 I 5 Rau 1 M .____ .11
Lot I ____:_____u____________-__ 9 .5 11 8 Goodwin. P __ 1.1' Lot 3 Block 46 ....- ---------- __ __, __ 1 ____ ..82KI Lot 90. _____---------.--.--------.:---- 10 26 I Walden pLot p------ ...
N34 f.ot 37. _____. ____________._____ 9 .5 11 5 Koeber..r A G1.19 u.. ;._ 100 ____.______________________--- 10 24 .1 I Galne. Wo __ .1
Lest 25 Ebert. Lot 8V4( Block 3 = ._________ __ -- J y2. Stagg. Z T Jr__ 1.02 Lot 10. _--------_-----_---- :-- :--- 10 .1 11 I Birch 3 ____ ..12S.
A L Iot U :::::::::::: ::::::::::=:: U 96 n : Frank, W raHk:: tn Lot 7 Block S ______.._. _________. __ __ __ 134 Unknown ______ 1.01 ,.1aole Laad t I........."Cw'a .- x

Lot 47 ________ : ___________ :1. 15 81 10 Mitael. E R ____ 1.8a Lots 1 and I Block 6 ________.._____ .. .. __ 10 Ru..ILr W __ '.11 DIYI.lon or all except Nye( 01 NW ye '
Lot. 9 to of N1 of NW' ____ U I 1 Tecknow A____ 1.0 Lot. 10 and 11 Block 10 (1911) ___I -. __ __ 1 Unknown -___ I.U of NE' ___8961_42____________'__ 11 I' .1
1 and 16 of NW y4. 1 Lots 10 s-nd-11 Block 10 _____________ .. __ __ Unknown ______ ..1' Lots 27, 5' I'I. 78
and N14 f, tOll.:_.__ 1 Evan. I L____ 19.13 Lot 7 Block 18 .........____...__.... -. _. __ 1% Unknown ______ 1.01 81. >0. "i 06. 96. n. 98, 10. 10. 11. .
LOd8ki l ____--------------a----- I I I Evans. ______ .1' Lot 7% Block 11 ________-----______ __ __ __ 1% Ktlne. E ____.- 1.01 1. 1 ____________.___._______ a I' a 10 Cloud Development

__________________-___________ 16 15 11 10 Smlt..r H & K 6.96 Lot 11 Block I _____,______::_____. __ __ __ 1% Unknown ____a_ 1.01 Co. ._ t.::
: '0. 41 and NIo(, of Lot 1.-____ 1. 15 Goomall..r P.4.13 Lot 15 Block 14 __-___-.-...__..-__._- .. .. __ 134 8tratman Ch". '..7 1.01 7 _____----------------------- I U I 8 Kendall, DC.. .
Lot 61 _______________ ____________.__ 1. 15 I 1 F__ 1.1 Lot If Block 14 _____________________ .- __ I 8tratman. Cha.. 1.38 Lot I _______________________________ IS I Penn. O W .... .83
Lot .1 _________________ _____._____ 11 .5 11 5 Van Dyke .r M 1.1' Lot 10 Block 16 __________-.___________ __ __ __ 6 Cabe. W J ___. 1.11 Lots and 29 _______________________ I I' I 10 Sagar C A .... 1.11
# Lot. I and _. '_ ._____________ 10 .5 I 10 Little, F D ____ 19." Lot 8 Block 17 ___?______________,___ __ __ I Earl J M ______ Lot 1 _______________________. .__.___ .6 I Rhoade. J. A ._ .lei 1
Lots 6. 9 and 7--of Lot ___ ______ 10 10 WDltled. 8 L __ 87.10 Lot 16 Block I'I___ Kline, E __--.-- 1.18 Lot 1 _____________: ____-r---.___ .1. 26 .1 I Unknown ...... .
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Lot 11 ____ S'________ ________________ 20 1 I I Baxley. C M____ 1.1' Lot 11 Block 18 __ I E ______ 1..8 Lot .________.____ ________. .____ I .S II I Snyder, F C ... .68
,, E34( or Lot 87 .. ao I Whltted. --- ,. Lot. 14 and 16 Block It ....________. .. .. 10 Btalt Z T .rr__ I..' Lot U __________._________________ 1 .8 II I Poole, E ; .... .11
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z Lots I. I. 16 and U ______________ I I 85 Whltted. __ ... Lot 5 Block 20 ______________..._. __ _- __ II 0 ___ 1.1. Lot 99 ____________________________ I 16 .1 I William.B F.. .tt
tot. 6 and 10 _________________________ I Z I 10 Jordan. L A____ '/'. Lots 1 and 4 Block XX _______.________ __ __ __ 10 Unknown ______ ..1' Lot 101 ___________- _______________-_ I a. II I Unknown J _... .88
i Lot. 11 and II ___-______________ 26 .1 10 Little. F. D___ 11." Lot. X and X Block XX ____.____.______ __ .. __ 10 Unknown ______ .... Lot 111 ___________. ________.______ ._ I .6 .1 I ...... .88
,' Lot 11 ______ ________.___._______ I 15 11 10 Young 8 W ___ 6.98 Lot. IS and II Block XX _____________ __ __ __ 10 Eddie. W H____ 1.1' Lot 117 _______ _.______ ____ __ ._ I I 1 I Klngrsbury, W ; ..81opment
Lot N. .-- ______._______._____________ I. .5 11 '10 Zanlln W C__ 1.81 Lot. 1 and 4 Block 14 ....___._______. -. .. _. 10 Unknown _____ 1..9 Se..l.ole Lad ....t.t C. l.b-
.5 _____ _4___________. _______ II 111 .1 10 :ar.. !; ___ 1.1 Lot. 2 and I Block 24 ....__....__.... .. __ 10 Frankford, I D 1.1' DIYI.lon of all ---------------j----- I I 1
Lt old Towa .f Lots 15 and If Block X4 _..__________ -. ._ __ 10 Unknown ______ 2.19 lot. I. 8. 9. 11. 1.
Lot''t. BlocK A ____l.re.____________.__ __ __ __ __ Barrier I ____ .8. Lot 1 Block 15 ___ ___________ __ .. _. I Unknown ___--- 1.38 43. I. '.. 60. ....81. 69. 711. 86. 86. a
Lot II Block 0 ____________________ __ __ __ __ Barrier. I __. .11 Lot. 7- 10. 11 and 16 Block SI ._______ __ __ __ 14 Krlts. Arne ..__ '.13 1. 1. and lS ____________________ U I I 11 St. Cloud D..I- .1
Lot 15 Block D _____________________ __ __ __ __ Barryt R ____ ..11ot Lot. 1, S and X Block Xf ___.__..__-_.. __ ._ __ 11 Unknown ______ '.2. Co. _- 10.17 ,
4 Block E ______________________ _. __ __ Barry R ____-- .8. Lot S Block ST _________.________..' .. ._ I Unknown ______ I.oa I.ot ___________. ___________: ____ U I Weiss. J ..___._ .88
t. U. U and 11 Block _____ __ __ __ __ Baxl.y, 0 J__ 1.6 Lot 14 Block 17' __________________... ,- __ .. 1. Unknown ______ 1.1. Lot 1 _______ ___-___._____ ____ 31 1..1. I Hampton A p.. .88 ,
I __ --___ ___ ________-_ 81 1 II I Frank. W E __ ...
Lot 4 Block F _________--a._______ __ __ __ __ Barry. R Hetel Bite | lot .
Lot 2 Block I ;.__ __ 8Imoll.on. B __ ,8. Lot 4 Block B _________-______...... __ __ __ I D..ardorl..f J._ .8! TT and 81-______________________ 81 1..1 li Youngr. C S __._ '1.
Lot 8 Block 1 __________ __ __ __ Barry. R -8 Lot 8 Block C _,_______________.______ __ __ __ 1 8tow.r.0 A __ .8. Lot II ___________________---------___ .1 I' II Unknown$2
4 Lot 2 Block J ________________-__ __ __ __ -- Barry. R ______ .8 1 Lot I Block C _______________________ -. __ __ 1 ford E K ...0 Lot ._ ________________. _________.. 8a I' II I Baker S C .?_ .88
1.t..6 Block M ____________._________ __ __ __ __ Barr R __ ..32Lotal2 MrC..ly Addition t. K'I._ Park Lot .___________________..______ .1 1..1 I Ko.nl..r F ... :.82 i
Block __________________.__ __ __ __ __ Campbel. A H__ .81 Lot S Block 28 ___,_--___.________.___ .. -_ __ 8tratman. Chae_ .1 Lot 111 __________________________._.___ 13 1..1 I Trainer, H J .- .$38e.la.le
Lot I Block J____.____________.__ __ __ -- Bir, ----- .83 Lot 8 Block I ..' ______ ___.______ __ __ __ 8tratman. Cha._ I." ..... t lav..8..t C. .
Lot Blok 0 ____. _________ ____ _- __ __ R ____ .8* T..r... City, Kmmt DI... DIYI.lon or all fraetL except E34 __ II 4
Ipt 1 Block Q ______________.____.-_ __ __ __ __ Barry R __ ..a Lot f and 7 Block 1 ..-----.:..-...., .. .- -- _. H W Thurman NEVI N 01 Canal and 834 of BE" I 1
__ __ __ Barry. R ______ .11 Eat. Lot. 18. .1. 32 68, 43. 81. 71. 73. 0.
Lot Block R :_ ___________________ 1.1
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.J Lot.-Bloek X _____________________ __ ."- __ Dale II! ------- ..i Lota I and I Block 4 _-----.-_-_-?- -. -- -- H W Thurman ,98, .1 n4 ____________ __ 81 68 St Cloud Devel..
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.X'IL a4 lOG ___. __ __. __ .. lute ,to 18 Ino. Block 1.____" __ _ 40 H W ThurmanBat. Lola 1. 47. 1- 1 1"1 10 P M ... ill
:r Block 101 _____._. _.___ __ __ __ .h.__' Unknowne. -_ .1. 6 --- _......_. 6.10 Lot _________ ________.__________ 28 81 I Cook R T ..a. .81 .,
Lot Block 101 __.., : ._.____ h1 1 '_ -- 0. .H ___ ..6, Lot T Block IS __ ,.. ______ _ .; .I Myera, I....... 1.01 Lot I' _________________ .1 24 81' 0 Unknown -. ._, ./f .
Block 101 ___. ..r.-1 '_ '._ .: T.elDow. A. .1; Lot I Block 1. _______-___________ _, -r I Barrlea. I L 1.0'D.I. /' Lot .0 ____________________ .1 a. II I Kimball H M.18' .
1 'Lt' Goo Lot /6 ____________ .1 f31 I W J ::11' .
105 __________ ; ." T.. Cw'. 8.h-DM. R.nold. p
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rLdR2 __ _' Longn.olcer O.G ...i .I Block 1 ____ Vnknown.A8 Lot. 101 and 10. _______.______ .1 21 1 White, N R- 1 ,. S
Block 10'/ ___.... _______ _ 10 ___ ___________ .1 1
H i Lot .. __ 1.47 Lot. ,104 and 101 __ I I' Kant. N A'-
Block 10'0. . 1_ .1 Block 1 ___________ ___ _ ._ I Unknown LI
'Lt' 111 ____ i ad Block 1 ___ ____ ._ 40 Unknown _..,. tI4: ... .. Lad .I.t C. gab
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4 '. 3 Block lit __ ________ _ __' __ H J i S _....-...?____, __ __ _ 10 Unknown X.It Dh'I.lon of 65 .
i.Block 111 __p_____ __ __ ,:_ 0..... H ...1.Block 6 i Lot Block S _._______.___?_ __ _. 10 Clark. 0 O et al '..11i Lots HIR11.91.92.101.IbfIii.. 47 81 a
'. 11. __.......... 'a_. lingo Oao ___ .1 i Lot. 1 to 10 Ine, Bloc S au _ 100 Unknown .. 11. II w 1 3
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t Lot 11'__.__..____..__?.. .___.__._..... .4 IT,1 1 Cubbarf'! 11' .oJ -.lf II ____..___--a-----..__. ..-_.___.. I' I' 10 S' Dumont,' 0 H _. .2 Lot ill ___.....___...____._._-...*.-_. 10 1 10'' C Ro."o. B S ..., ..l3berLN.
Lot I' _,__ ___.-..._.._.___ 4 IT II II nf'nchf' W L_. .8' Lot 83 .._:;_..-_ . ._. II 211 10 II Rnyd.r. F' C' __ ./11 Laud R 1.C. Sub-. .
Lot I' .......____...:______...__.___ 4 IT .11 II Maaon C It. ,-_ .8. LoU 1.0 ,4l. 58 and 98. .__.;-.._..______. 2' 2. 10 III' Ntrat8on J 8 __ 1.11I Division of all ----------a.-. .11. 'I 10 ,
Lot I' _____.__.___._..______._u_____ 4 11 II I Axton W 8 _... ./11 Lot n__._?____._______ ._.__. .. la III 10 II UonovanT!._ P._ ..22l.ot Lot 1 8. 14. 14. 17. 20. 28. 26, 28. 27? "
Lot 11 _____________._________.______. 4 11 II I John. C :._ .8. 18 _________._-___._____ .. ._ .n___ II 2. 10 II'Krlbb.. w _____ .82 28, 30. 5. 86 38. 89. 40 41. 42, 43, 48 ,
Lot 49 _______.____.:.._________....______ 1 11 II II Mar.all 118__ .AE Lot 101. __________._______ . _____.___ 21 21 10 II Knoot. 0 It ____ .32 46, 49 & 67. 60. 61., 69, 65, C. 68'
63and 60 21 10 Hoffman 1.117at. Laud A ......... "I 1112.6. 90. 93. .
Nerl.ele .
Lob C. Nub.1elv8lalan
61 and ii :::::::::::::::::::::: : YT n 10 Crane. d 11..::: 1.18 01 aU except 1'1&1 %t't SW k IS lis 10 I 97 69, 1II.. .8. 8.17., 1., 112, .?, 18.\

Lot 134 _.____.?._____?.._.___....__.. 4 Z1.1 II Unkpown _?___ .8. -----------------. .- .. ---- . 21 I. 10 II White. 0 H ____ .8. 117. 82/. 125 and 126 ---- ------- 11 17 30 SIS St. Cloud Development '
". .. I.a.1 .4 ......._.. ('o'a; sub.Dlvl.lon Lot 16 ___________.._:'.____ .... .. ,- . n II I. SO I Smith. T P __n ..82Iola Co. .. !1,29
01 all ___. ..._____ I 21 al 2. ."d 37---------------------. __ 21 28 10 10 Campffeld 8 8. .11 Lot 82 -- ----i---- --.-...... 1 J7 80 6 Unknown ...... .81
7 18 81 $0 14 4. I". III" Lot 40 23 I.' ao II Unknown ______ ..11J..t 79. 82-and-96 ....- 17 30'' IS1J7 Holme*, P J.... .
LolA .. I. I. 10. ---------------- --- --------- Lot -- ---- --- 1 .
.0. 47. DO. 411. 78. 8S,. 96. 97. II'. u fI 00 ____________._._.____________ 21 le.o 6 Unknown __..--- .81 98 ----------- -..----- 30' I Cooley, A U ... ...
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101...1..'. 121. U. and 117 10______.__ I 17 U 110 St. Cloud Devel, l.ot 60 _____________.__.______________ 23 I. ao II Palmer I _____ .8' Lot 105 ___________________ _. ____ :. 11 17 30 I Smith, Noah ..' .8.
opnr.nt Co '_. 10.90 Lot 8. ---------_______.__._________ 21 I. 10 II Nplc.r M E ____ ./12 .. .... Lsnd A Investment C .' Sub.LotiUlvl2el4onandOfI5all -
Lots II and II __.__.._._.._.____,____. 81 16 Wubau n _. I.J9 Lots III and 7. _________._._--_.__...._ 21 .8 10 10 Unknown ____,,. 1.19 -- -----.-- ..--... 1 20
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Lot 17 ,______.......--.--??--.,..-.- 6 ':. M E -- .Ii. i Lot 84 ._._.:___________;;________. _._. II 28.0 II Unknown _-____ ./11 .--.--?---------,--- .17, 80 1t7 St. Cloud Development i
Lot 10 _._ ._....._. .._".._._-.___. 8 27 II I Hobbln.. J J.-. .83 I Lot 8. 23 18 ao 8 Unknown ""..._ .11 Co. .. I...
Lot 64 "_ _._._-......_____..___.___ I 27 II II 1ov..' E O ._._ .82 ,' Lot 1041------------------------------v: 23 26.0 8 Unknown _--__-. .n Lot 7 ..---'-.---.-..--..-.--.-..-??-_.u 12 27 80 I Flak M M. .... .st .
Lots 71 and 74-_.:_...______......_..?__ 6 Y7 .1 10 Cr.am.r II T1.19 lot 106 -____-_-.._-__..____-.___-_---_' 13 28 SO II Unknown --r-.- .81 Lot IS .---- .-- -.--..-..a--.r..a. 12 27 SO I Bass, 'Tie ...... .82
Lot .1 ____...___.:_..__.---w_________ 8 27 8J I Unknown ______ .81 I..t 1111 .____._.__-I._.__.;.___._--- .___ 23 28 10 6 Unknown ____ .82 lot 30 -------.-,-- .--..-----....--.... 12 27 SO II Rouse, B A .... .8*
110 and 1111 t-___..-.---.-.:------ II 27 U 10 n."k..ratt 0 W 1.111 Lot 120 _.__..__-._____._-...__.______ 23 18 10 I Rlmpeon Wm._. .N2 Lot C8 --..----..-'.-.....".---.?.?---,. IS 27 SO II Sulliva n. BA .. .81
tot III _.--.._______.__._-_._:.___?-_ II 27.1 I IJlelendor. Ar. .82 Lot 116 n__..____________.___.:.",...:.._.. 2a 2. 80 II Harnath. J A... .82 Lot C8 a ..-,....----.._-.--.-....-- 12 27 30 I Sharp W L .... .
"....1. Lad A ............ C... "...- "......Ie Laud A laveatreat co'. NUlvlelon {.'- Loll i and 74 ....-...-.......---,... 18Iot 27 SO JO J.tle' C H A.. 1:19 t
____.. .._ 11 2f"2'' 10 and 10. ..... .... ._..__, 12 27 SO .. .
I lJlvl.lon 01 all x-______ I 27 01 all .________.____.____._ -- - 1 Uurd'al I
Lou I. II, 16 21'14. U. U. 19. U. 61. Lot. I. 8. 8. 10. 11. 11. 1'1. 12. 21. 26. 21. Lot 94. _.'u.._............. .......... 1 27 80 : ,. I ... .81
7&. ''f6. 86. A1. 116.17.. 112. 111.,1111, 120. 39. 47. U. 88. 71 and 7. ._ ._ ..__-... If I' 10. II St Cloud 1levelopmrnt Lot 110 --.?--------- --------.?..---- 27 30' Unknown ....-. .
Cloud vela - 7.110 Lot 114 __,. .._._... _.._. 12 27 80 II H .
IU, Uf 118 __. _.-.:..__.____._. I J7 11 1111 St. Co ---- --- -- art'A I 81
and opm..nt' Co. __ I. OLot. Lot 7 ...._____.____-.-____.._.______.. I. 21 80 5 Unknown ___.;__, ../II Lot 127 .--. ... :.I Nub-1'12Hemlnol 1. 5 () W.-- .81
7'anc! 10 _._____. _..___._._._.._ I 17 81 10 Roun..r. .C Ii 1.111Lot tot II ?______.__._.____-._____-_.-? 24 18 30 I Unknown __D.... .82 Laud A .i'i-;
U 6 17 U 8 Baker, M A ..._. .82 iota 49 and 14 __., ___;:___ 24 28 30 JO Ithoadea. C I.J' Division or-all _.. ...' IS 27 It
Lo &0'-----.i--------------------- 6 17 U 10 Davla. J J .-..- J.J' Iota 60 and '81 ?_._.._-_-.____._,_------y__._.. I. 1..0 JO Uraham. I" ll __ 1.19 Lots 1. 8. 4, 13 14. 16. 19. 25. 28, 80.82,, 37.SK. r
1, Lots tol and 9. _..I'6: n II Jt Allen E K. ___. J.J' L olot. 6E and. 81 _._ _____.______.____ Y28 10 JO Aallne J 0 .__. I.J9 'S*. 42 44 48. &1. 69, '0. 64 65. 80. .
Lot. 89 and 91 _.-__-.____-__...__.._._ I 17 11 10 Dlahop B I" -__ J.J' 87 _______ .7 .- -: = I. 28.0 I Fuhry C _..___, .112 81. 82.' 89. 96, 97, 101 101, 104, -108. p' ,
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Lot. 110 and 11& _-._-.._-:.-:---.------ I J7 81 IQ Allen E K ..--_ 1.19 Tot 611 .:_...___________._______._:..._._ I. 28 10. II King. T ,__.;___ .111 109, 110, 11 113, 119 120, III. 11. .*:.. )
".'.01. ..... A I.......... C..a II.... lot 17 __.-___._-=. -_______-;________--y If 2. 10 6 N.len li _.____ ,82 116, 127 128 .....1.........._ 14 1 10 SIS St. Cloud t'.'_
_____..__.__. Lot /III . I. 18 30 8 Moon N E __ .11 opment .. 17., .
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IJlvl.lon or all __ 7 IT - ------- ------------- '
h 18 10 II Unknown ____j. .82 Lots 5 and IS _..........___.__......., 'It 27 80 10 Cary V L ..t1.19
I' 17. 24, 29. 31. ,Z2. 34. Lot 118 ____________-_ ._.._._____. ...
Lot. I .8. 9. 15. 14
18 30 6 J>Puffer M E .82 Lot 18'---........___.......... 80 5 Unknown ''-__-__ .8*
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64 In" and Lot. II'. J..t 118 .__:__ -a_.__.______.__. ...:. 1 1
a., .11. 41 U to 684 ? W JI _r .82 Lot 64 __..........______.__ ___ SO 6 Hlllman, A J.. .82
w.O. 10. 76. 86. at, 103 1011 and lYO..t,. 7 n II In 8t. Cloud Tlevelopmrnt Lot 106'_;_.._.___....--.:---.---..:-_._ 24 28 10 'I Eaton _. .,
Co13.18 Lot 118 _._.__.._-__._..--t.---------- If 26 10. II Morrl.on J H._ .82 Lot 86 ._.a.-------------__. It 27 80 6 Hammond M B ..3.3Nerlaole

Lot ..7 .__.________._' _____._--- 'I 17 11 II Unknown ____-_ .112 Lot 117 __._:_.;._____._______.________ 21 .26 80 I Morrl.on, A.__. ,82Nrrlaelr Division Laud of all A Investment.... .C'*.'. Sub .14. ,27 20 "
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9.J..1. I.ad Abveat red c.'o'a Laud A laveatreat. Co'. NubUlvlelon . Lot. 7. 61. 63. 62, 70 75, 107 and 1P0.1 1f7 80 40 St. Cloud Deve1opment
j Olvl.lon 01 all o'racttonal __________ I n 31E or all _______.___________._ 25 16 10 Co. J. 2,60Lot.
E Lots a. 4. 6. '1. 9 10 I'. It, 16 20. 22, Lola 5. 13. 30. 17. 44. III). I.. 79. 81. U. 4 and 11 ______ 14 27 10 10 Jaa
and ...... _: .._ ,
21 61.___ St. Cloud Developmrnt Cloud Development ? Mt..a.h'n
.. U 6 IT II 100' 25 21 10 811 St. 1.19
41 21, 21. *7. 10. U. 94. 86. 108. 10.. 110. 117 and 114____ .I.I .
I Co __ '.4() Co __ 7.10 Lots 14. 19 and tO ___._... -__ ___ 1 1 20 1 .. } .
________..______._________ 8 17 11 6 Nichola, W F __ .81 25 26 10 II Young J A ____ .82 Lot 20 ..,,______.__________ ______-'- 20 1 Morse J D ..4 ..81.81-
V.I lot J' _____ Lot 20 ___________.______----________- Lot 22 _____.....__________"I. __ 17.0 Wegane. A.. .
11 I Baldwin T .11. J ___ 1.11 --" 1 1
Lot .8 ------------------------.8 n ? LoU E6 and 15 _______....____________ 25 U SO 10 0umman Lot 27 _____.,..,__ ____ I _ 27 20 S Wegand. W.22
UU i ......... Laud AI.ve.l.e.t C.... '.10_ Lot 43 _____________________________._ 211 2..0 6 n.orl', T _O._ .82 Lots 42 and .__.. _.... "._"___"_. SO 10 Howard. J C .. 1.19
Llvlelon I of All ___ __ _ t t'I 81 Lot 64 __.__________________._________ 18 26 ao 6 Stephenaon 1.1 Lot 64 ___...________...__ ______ 1 2 80 Unknown
p..' lots 6, 14. 19. 20. 24 -i'i ii.--20: 26, .3-H, Lot 119 ________:_______..___________ 28 26.0' \\'Ir..baugh.. W__111 .81 Lot 6S __ ._______.__________?_________ 14 27 30 5 Shrene, L n .. .81
11 Mallard; II .8. -
41,13. 48. 6' 84. 61. 68. 67. 68. 60. III Lot 8. _____________________________:_ 28 2. .0 Lots 19 and 76 _ _________ 27 30 10 Smith, O. f" ..... 1.19
111. lIa Lot 117 ________ _______._______ ____ 16 .26.0 II Unknown ___. .81 n 1
78 7.. 18. 77. 78.
88. 10. 71. 12. 00 Dot 71 ___________ ___ _. 27.0 6 Jones, P C .._. .81
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to 94' Ine., 116. 118. 100. 10J. JOI, 10.. Lot II' _.______________.____________ 2& 26 80 Cooley Lot 74 _._____ ___.___ I ______, ._._ 14 37 SO I Jones M L ... .
108. 10.. 111. 111. Its to I" tn"___. 3 n II 1211 St. Cloud O..veJ- Lot 111 ._____________________________ 26 26 30 I Key. I" -------$2 ,Lot 79 __-______.______II____ 14 37 30 Unknown __.___.. ".I
opment Co _. 15.84 8..1.01. laud A .......t..t C.... Nublilvlelon Lots US and 94 ...._____... IIIIIIIILot SO Smith. W J ____ .1.19
Lot I _______________.________________ 9 27.11 II Eochler 0 C __ .8. 01 all ____ ________..__ 26 U 10 Lot 84 __-_ _._ 1 2 80 1 Halls, W J ___. .82
Lot J. ____________________________ ._. 9 11 11 Wentworth. D li .82 Lob 12 21. 22. .24 and. 110-______00____ 26 26 10 III St. Cloud Development 96 IIIIIIIHIIIIIII-_-__I__I ____"-""" 14 17.0 I Klnnan. J,8., __ .83
Lot a8 _____.._.--------_-----------.-. II :n.l II Unknown ____-'_ .82 Co. _. 1.8 Lot 104 ...._______.._."_____... ___ 14 27 80 -6 Way Oeo ___,_.
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41 and 61 ____.----------------. II 27.1 10 Unknown _n___ 1.19 iota I and I. ___________________u__ U U 110 JO Baum 11 0 ____ 1.19 Lot 118 ___:____.._.____ _______ 14 27 SO 6 Carter, Ida .81.
tot 110 _________________________.____. 9 17 II 8 Hart J I" _.___ .81 I.ot. 20 and 21 ______________________ 26 26 ao 10 Cary V L _____ 1." Lot 1.7 ______________--iiini 1 14 27 30 1Vorle S A X.IS .- ..ss28 ,
Lot .7 _____________________:_________ 11.21 al II Unknown :: _____ .82 Lot II __________________________u__ 28 28.0 II floorl'o Ed ____ .8. .. .. .. laud A Investment fo.'sVnb. ,
Lot fiH --------------..----------9 27 11 II Unknown ______ .82 Tot b8 _._____________________________ 26 26 80 8 Unknown ._____ .82 IMvlslon of all ....._ ._ 27 30
Lot 108 -________________-_____-______ II 21 11 II Unknown _u___ .112' lob H3 and 114 ._______________________ 26 26 30 30 Unknown. ______ 1.19 Lot 1. 8. 9. 14. 16. 17. 39. 20. Sf. l8"sT. '.
".Iaol. L.... A ......t..t Co'a Nab'Llvlelon ;. Lot 81 ___________ ______.__________00 16 28' 80 I reen, L ______ ..81J..t 26, 29, 80 to 87 Inc. 41. 44 to 62 Inc..
orV % _________ ____ .JO 21 31Jule 11ft _n.________i____________.___.,"._ 28 26 110 IIVhlt.. N R ____ .82 64, 59 61. 6. 64, 70. 71. 7.. 78. 78. 82, 83.
6. 8. /1..11. 1111 11. JI. 12. U. 20. 28. Lot 101 _,_________________.------- _- 28 28 30 II Marlon E A ___ .82 *7. 61 90. 02'1; 94. 96.' 98, 90. ItiO. 102.
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38. fO, 481; 54. 68. 611, 1., 78. 116. 112. Tot J08 ___________._u----. .: '28 26 30 I McIrath J H. .112 101. J(18( 9.: 110. 112. 114 to 119 _
101. 108. 111. 1111. J21 and Uf __.___ 10 U 11 140 St. Cloud D.velopment lot lit ______________________________ 26 28 10 II Al-xandcr A .T ..82J.ot Inc, 122 to 128 Inc, and 12l! _.-.__ __ IS SS5 St. Cloud Level n
Co. __ 11.64 111 __________.:________________. __ 16 2. 30 6 "Alexander A T ''E: 1 8 opment Cn _._ .34
Lot 7 _____00_________________________ JO 21 II 8 Unknown ______ .112 Lot 118 ______._____________._________ 2. 28.0 8 Klemp J n .__ ,82 Lots 2, 15 and IS _________.._________ 10 15 Flnley, II ._
Jot 2. _______________________________ JO 27 31 6 Carter, L n _.__ .112 Lot '126 ___________--__________--__'-- 26 26 30 6 K"mpp. J U ___ ..2 Lot 26 n ___.__ _____ .__________ 1 2 30 5' Mullaney J 1____ J.l
Lot H _______________________________ JO 27 81 6 Stratton J S __ .U Lot 117 --____-______--______________ 26 '26 30 II Alexander 0 T .112 Lot D8Lpt ____ __ ____00 ___ ________ IS 2 80 6 Ooodman, C M.
Lot 117 _______,.._______________________ JO 211 81 6 Batton Sam ___ 1.82 8..1..1. Laud A laveatreat Co.'. 110"IIlvl.lon 87 --- ZIIILot __ _____ :____________ 16 87 SO 6 Brown J L _ ,81
1..ou n and '18 ________"'______________ 10 27 81 JO Unknown ______ .1.111 01 all __ _______________.. 11 26 80 120 ____ __ __ _"" 16 2 SO 6 Travallle, ___
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...1.01. Lud A I.......... 4'o... Nab.Livlslon J.ot 8 ________________________________ 21 26 110 8 I.uce. C 0 _____ .82 Lot. 1.7 .,-_______ _IIIIIIII. _._ .__ IS 30 6 Drought. E_. .81
or 1'1'% and N',4 01 H1'4 and8E34 Lot JO ______________,________________ 27 28 30 6 Unknown u____ .82 Hemlnnle I.... A Iav.afrr.l ( ... Nub-
01 8E% and NE1Q or NW'4 __ II 21 10 Lot 17 _________________-_________u_ 27 26 8\1 6 \\'arlnl'. M E .82 I'nlHlon or All except hK1. or SKU ._ 16 27 80
Lot .8 _._____._______________________ II 28 ao 6 St. Cloud Dovelopment Lola 89. U and 118 ____________________ Z7 28 8\1 U IJrund..nbaugh Lots 1. 2. 3. 4, 1. 13. 11. 1&. 16 19. S'
Ce. 1.82 P.V.. _______ 1.8& 2. 27 to 38 <. 43 to 47 Inc. 61, 64.

Pot 4.11 __________________________.__-_ II 28 SO II McLl..rmott.JII Dl 1.02 Lot It ____ : _ ______ 27 28 80 II Campbell A R_ ..1.2Lota 60, 62, .65, 78 to K3 Inc. 85, 90, 91. I
LoU 66 and U .__?-_____.,'___________ II 28 so 10 nob..rt", T JII '_" 1.&& 89'' and 80 ____:.________________ 27 28 30 10 COhenlg. J ____ ."1 92. 94. 96. 97. 100. 101. 106. 107 110.
tat 8& __________________________..___ II 28.0 6 ltfngman J 8 __ J.OI Lot J08 ______________________________ 27 28 3\1 Ii 0111am 111 J __. ..83Nersole lab. 117 to 124 Inc.. and 126 ......_ 1 1 SO 115 St. Cloud Development
Lou 69. 76. 86. and n .____________.--- 8 28 10 20 Sharp. J N ____ 2.88 Lad A laveatreat Co.'. SubUlvlslon Co. .. si.10
Lot III __ __________________________ 8 28 80 I Uubtrrt..B F._ 1.02 of all 80 Lot 42 ---------n_ 16 27 SO .5 Baker, 8 ____._
".'..'" L.u.. A ............ c..... 11.Olvl.lon ."- Tote 1 and 16 ____::::::::::::::::::::: U : 80 70 Zobrl.kll', 11' L._ 1.19Lola Lot 61 - -.---_________________ 16 27.0 A ..81
01 81,4 or NE'4 and SE% JO 28 10 14 80 28 80 20 Unknown U: Lot 86 ------ --____ ___ __-____ 16 37 SO I Coutalt I 1 : 1
Lot. U. U. 68. 79' and 126 ___________n_ 10 II 30 n St. Cloud Development iota : anJ U. _--_:::::::::::::::::::: =: 30 10 Nolan, U :::::: Let 88 ---___ __-._ 16 27 SO II Thatcher. B -By .RI!

Co.6.36 Lob 17 and II ______.:.___._______.__ 28 2. 10 10 Wright D L._. I.JII Lot 103 -----------.-IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.-_ 16 27 SO I.Unknown ....._. .IX
Lot. III and .1 __________________..__ 10 Ie 60 10 Foger 0 ___.__ .229 tot 8& _____________.-----____________ 2. 2. SO I Unknown _.____ .81 ..... Laud A I.......*. ('0.'. 8...- ''
".'.0'. Laud,. ............ C..... Nub.Ulvlelon Lola .8 and .1 ________.-__.__________ 28 2. 10 10 o'armlng. 0 ___. S.J' Division' of E(4--------------------- 17 27' SO ,
01 all ...c..pt'N% of N',4 ._ 11 Ie 10'' Lot 42 ______________------------.--- 28 2. 10 I Hmlth. J.. ___. .82 Lot 4, 18. 20 29. 128. 6&. 47l 77. 7Y .
Jots U and 11. .____._________-___-_ 11 26 80 10' St. Cloud Development Lot 67 _____________________?__..._._.:._ 18 18 ao Ii Hweanngerj V_ .82 80, 81, 93. 93. 126. 126. 127 and 128.. 1 17 80 SO St. Cloud Development .
Co. __ 1.119 Lot e. ___________________________.___ 28 2. 80 67ota .81 Co. _. 1.ft t
Lot II _____________________________._ 11 26 10 II A.hwood L B __ 1.111 U and 7. ______ __________.___ 28 U 30 10 Jaque.. D _____ ].19 Lets 45 and 52 ._____ __.-___._______' 1 27 SO 10 Banders E V. 1.18) ;.,
Jeff. 8E cor. 01 Lot 11II run N 2011 ft. Lot 111 _____:?_.____-_.__, ___________ 28. 16 SO II U..ad. I" lit ____ .82 Lot 84 -- ---- ____I ______.__. ____ 1 2 SO Jenkins, W J I. .62
W 140 ft. S 201 tt. E 140 ft. ._______ 11 28 10 1 John C _._____ .911 Lot 8. ___________________-,----------- 28 2. 10 I Unknown ______ .81 8erlaeleLaud a I.vratrert (,.. II.. l
Lot 18 ._.__.__.________._______ 11 I. SO 6 Unknown __.__ 2.211 Iota \18 and 121--------_____________ 28 28 10 10 Penn T _______ I.J8 D'v'alon' of all. Blocks 104. 105 '
Lot. 69 and 70 _._.__________________ 11 II 10 10 Maeon C A ____ 2.28Lot Lot 101 ____ ___________________ ___ 28 II ao 6 ):Ellerd: Wm ____ .112 \V% Block 106 and beg. SE cor. of
11 ___:_____________.____.:_..____ 11 28 10 I (111pmn. Mrll U._ J.18 lot 106 __________..._____________n.- III 2. 10 I Jl'eath..rly. C __ .82 m.ck 104 run W 1080 ft. to Mass.
Lot ,________.________.----------.-- 11 26 10 II Tilton. 1 B ____ J.88 Lot 107 ___.._____________________..___ 28 18 ao I Unknown ______ .82 Ave., then 8 to Lake Iunn'm..de. ..
1-ole 8. and .a _.__-_________._______ 11 .8 10 JO Unknown ______ 2.28 l..ot 111 ____________?____._______?_ 211 18.0 I Unknown ______ .82 thenceSEaaterly to 1
Lot .8 _______________.____________.__ 11 18 10 6 Unknown ______ 1.8 Lot 11. ____-__________________.__.___ .8 .8 10 Ii HUKh..F II __ .81 5 Block 10* then E Conn. Ave. .
Pot 121 _____________________________ 11 I' 80 I Swart. J P ____ 1.38>> Lot JI1 __________________________.___ 2a 26 10 Ii Ch.vtrland, M A. .82 thence N to bes;., being part of plat
".1..1. Lad A ..........t t'oh 8."_ S..ole Laud A I............ C.". .. SaeUvlelon of l ._--___"-SIk".1 I' 25 ,,11
Dlvl.lon 01 all except N34 01 NW% __ II I' .0 I 01 E1 01 E'" and 8W34 or ... "? **S diiiio m Inc., S46 '
Lots 65. 110. 84. 117. 88.. 101. 10&. 107 NEVI and NW4 __-__.___-________ I' 16 10 to 3(9 ., .. 411 to 421 .
and 16 --- ..." -.- '- 12 30 St. Cloud Deve1.iJ.L Lot 11 _________.__ ._____________.___ 29 26 10 6 Thornton, D ,._ .81 lne/44 JO lnc47' to 48 Ine..
; ,;' : : '\:: ;.iw::: : :::; : opment Co. -; UI Lots 22 anc! I' __.._::__-__I'__________ 19 2. 30 10 Rmlth, 0 P __.. ].19 809 to 111 Inc. ...-......__. __._. 11 25. 3101Donegan, J R.. 30,75
:14 and 1$ _.___ t2 10 30 CramlOlAi4d 2.211 124,28, __ .. ' ''' --.--' 211 ,26 80 6 Thornton, 0 A. ..82.BE Lota 80S 806 Inc, 386 to SSI Inc..
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tot 17 11 10 I Wflkrnon S J 1.18 Totd u !8' EO 6 Loffell, + l 8 .+- to to 40S Inc., 431 to'i
...' 41 +h. 13 I.I' 10 II ReeerFf L2B'Y TotR !' l 1. 211 2{ DU 6 Clerk-R A }}. 82 tSJT ln<_,, .. to '466 Inc., 496 to .. ,
toot 46 I It I- 'J SO I' II'I" Unknown J.18 Loll 81" UJ..ta'88 80 6 King.L O 6 83 ne.0., ._....*.......u..4Hw9 aa 25 31 34 Donegan- J
: +t'U. 21 . . R,111.11 ,
Lot 81 11 10 II Allen..W W 1.18 and 911 III 80 10 Steager F W 2.198e.luole 8 A Investment Co, ...
Lot 18 10 aavas030a a .fusaasss 6166'' :+_a.._ Ja 80 II Inger.ol'QL 1.8 Laad A .......t..... Co.'a Gab IJ.lvl..lon of all rr.ct except NW'4 's :

Lot 83 __________________.________ 18 30 WelllgrF. 1.38 Vlvlalon ,otErol.NE'41and, Lot .: 12I..t 26 20 and \ SE<4t0, 1 / !6 ll .
I' Lot 85 __________________-____________ J. 2..0 II JIIurphf. At L __ 1.8 16 __:___________________.____.::__ 1:1' 26 80 6 Andrews, C.E.62 Lob!."' 2.S8. 4.; 29 to 16 'lnc.61 to I
y Lot 8. _____________..________.________ J. 28.0 II SaKer. B ______ 1..11 Lota 6. and 711 _-'_____________-_______ al 16 30 30 Fryburg, J' L.- LI9berlaele .Inc. 92 to 101 Inc.. 124 to 133 ..
t .1 ___.?_____________?__________ J2 28 80) I Rumka. J H __.. 1.18Ct Laad A .......rral Co'. Nab- ..L 166 to 164 Inc. 1'8"to 198 lnc219 to
111 __..____.________________ ____ 13 26 80 I Tilton I B ____ I.S8 IJlvlalon or all except E34 01 NE1,4 231 inc., 260 to 260 Inc., 285 to 292
v 115 _________uun_._____ 11 26 SO 6 Davis. M A _00_ 1.38 and 634 01 SE34 .u__.______________ 13 II 30 I no. 8T1-.---.807-8011- -- -- I 21 11 % Doneg-an, J R is.40
Lot 117 and 118 _______________-____ 11 21 ao 10. Carr Wm It __ ..13 Lot 1. _________________________._.___ a. I' 30 I St. Cloud Development Lola 2.. Ile. 888-to 81 1' {
k' ".1..1.. L.... A .....t.t t...... 8."_ Co. __ 1.12 Inc, 399. 405 to 412 Inc., 421 to 430 9
Dlvl.lon or all ___ ______ __ __ 13 U 10f Lot 3 ___________-_______00 _______.___ 13 21 10 II Fraley. 8 N ___ .8. Inc.. 435 to 444. Inc. 453 to 462 Inc.
U I Lou 21. 36. U. 112. 6i. 60. 01. 87, 110.J. I.ot 21 _________________0000 _______.__ III 2. 110 6 O.l'ood..J F.___ ..82Lota 448 to 476 Inc., 486 to 492 Inc.. 601 to ,
1411 and 114 _______00_.____________ U 28 ao 11II St Cloud Deve1- S1 and .2 __uu______.______.___ 33 I. .0 10 Unknown ___00 1.11 608 Inc. ------------ --- --.--- St. I
opmrnt Co. __ 7.t3 Lot 61 _____________nu__________.-.: II 26 30 II BRrtlett. \V L __ .81 lUl 8 Vi Cloud Devel.- !
f Lot U _____... U 28 80 II St. Cloud levelopment Lot 6. ____________ .. .1 2. SO II Unknown ______ .81 tat 165 .., opment Co. _. | 70l
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Co.. __ 1.32 Iota 6& and 80. ________________:______ I' 26 8\1 1\1 Unknown ______ 1.11 Lt 4SI :-----------_.-"--?__-- __ II 28.1 134} Wagner Paul., :o*
J. I Lot 11 n________ ____________.-- 13 28 80 II Smlth J W ____ J.02 "...1001. Lud tit I..t "'0.'. 9ubUlvleloa 467 ----- ---------- -- -------- 8 2..1 1'4 Ie..d. n .. 1.02
; Lot 8S _____.________________________ 18 26.0 6 Dexter Bert __ 1.02 \ or all except SVVV 01 8W'k 14 2. .0 Lot 494 --------------------------. -.- g" 26 tl J'4 _00___ 102 '
i" Lot 84 _________________.___________._ 18 26 30 II o'h'mlnK, 111 A __ J.02 Lot J8 _______________________________ 14 26 .SO II JullRn. G W ___ .81 l.t 497 ______ __ _00_______._ ____ 8 81 1 J4 frepn. J.k P __ 4.J3 I
I Let 127 _____________________J________ 13 2. ao I Unknown __.___ 1.02 Tots 62 and 68 ___________________.___ U 28.0 10 Taylor. J S ____ 1.1' Lot .119 ____u---n--------- 2 J'V..ldon., R _. 2.8S .j
. ........ Laud A I..t ('0.'. !I.Olvl.lon ."- Lot U ____00 _____________________._-_ .4 2. 40 I Sawyer. O P __ 81 Let 600 ------- ---..------------- \ 3 4 ppa"k'J D __ 108 t ,#
r 01 all _____________________ 14 2. 10 Lot 1. ___________________________.___ 14 26 10 II Illaho'11 I" ___ .82 HemlB le Laud A lBve.taiet (...'. NubNub" I Z 1 1 !4 Youngblood, 111. 4 IS '
Lot .8 ___________________ ___________ 14 28 80 II St. Cloud Deyet, Lot 1S ___n_________________ .4 26.0 5 Johnson J 111 __ .82 Division of fractl. KV4 and 8K% of t. t
,. ; opmflnt Co: -- J.S2 Lots U5 and 120 _______--_ 14' 26 .0 10 Nehl.. A JI' ____ 1:18 S'V" except Lake Front Add. ..___.. 13 30 '
Lots I and 9 ______________________-_. 14 I. 10 10 Unknown ______ J.&& ".. .. Laud tit laveatrat Co'. e.b. 1 _,_ .- ----n_"____ 33 2 30 '""
,'.' Lot .0 ______________-________________ 14 26.0 6 111 H ____ J.02 Ilvl.lon 01 all except 18V 01 NW % 16 26 10 1.1..1. L... A la-reMmeat ('0.>* R.b. 1 % Harris, Jas -1.U
.I Lot 68 ________________________'-___ :__ 14 28 80 5 Farr. E P _00_ J.OI Lot" 6. 14. .21 .1. &0. 51. 68. C6, 6', 78. of all fractl. except LakeFront \
,1 Lot 71 _____.._________.._____________._ 14 26. ao I trunk \V _____ J.O.i 83. 81. 110. 11. 101 103 J06. 107. 110. Add. "_ __ ___ U 10 '
Lot 1. -- -..----------.--------------- 14 26 SO II Unknown h____ J.02 115 117.319. 121. US. '12&. and 1111 _. 16 U 10 110 8t. ClolI'd Development U>t. 44. 461, 452, iii, 48. fs3."fif. 25., "
Lot 80 __-______________-________,,____ 126 SO II Mercer AJJ r 3.29 Co 10.90 485. 609 and 610 -.----------.--. U 30 t
Lot JOI -.----------------..-------- 14 28"0" I MCQulllan T -- 1.0. Lot 7 _________.___-____________:____:; III 2. 80 II Crawford W F .8. 2 10 St. Cloud Devel. -
'I' tot. 101 _.. 14 2. 10 6 Thompson C B J.02 Lot 18 _____ __________.____._________ E6 18 10 I Unknown _.____ .83 1..1.0'' Laud A 1......_.*. Co.. Ilab. opment Co. .. 4.
i JlO and 118----- 14 2..0 141 Horton J C____ J.n Tot 8& ___-___________-________.__ E6 28.0 5 Unknown -.-t- .8. of Fra"t. EM except Lake 'rf'rfIvl.lon ,
Lou III and 1111 _____u_____________ 14 26' ao JO Unknown ______ 1.66/; Lot 98 ____________________.__________ .5 28.0 8 Bruce. C ?_ .81 Front ...._----------*----- 1 26 .
/erfaole Lad A I......... C'.... SubDlvlalon Tot 111 _____________________.:_____.__ .5 2. 10 I Trawer U J __ .8. Lot 8. 4..6, 6, 26 to 80 Inc? S4t. 40 30 ,
01 all ..___________________ 11 16 10 8..01.. Laud A laveareat( Co.'. SubIIvlelon Inc. 58 to 63 Inc. 66 to 70 Inc, n to '
Lot. I. u. 94. t8 and JU _____________ 16 26 80 211 St. Cloud Deve1opment 01 all _____________________ II 18 10 85 !h?.. ** to 104 lnc1 1' >". 11. '
Co. 4.69 Lots I. 8. 12. 14. U, 15. SO. 81. 14. 1&. to 183 Inc. 136. 163. 14. 156 to 1 0Inc. ":
Let I _______nn_____________________ 11 il 10 II Aloore. D __:_:: :.N2 n. n. 49. 110. 64. 18 and 7t ___.____ I' U 10 811 St. Clouc! Covet7.30 .. 163. 167. 186, 119. 420.
Lot 22 ...._______._____________________ 11 26 80 I Holmes. P J __ ..82t opment 445, 446, 478. 479. 480, 482, DU. ...... ;
lot II --------- ____________________.. 16 21 80 I Kee. Jo' S ______ .S2 Lote II and U _________________.____ .11 U 10 10 Dlcke C L ____ 1.111. 1 U 10 8114 St. Cloud Devel. I
t I' _________-___________________? 16 2. 80 I fleck \V C ____ .82 Lot 18 __________________________.____ .8 18 10 6 McRay'J H ___ ..81Undlv. Lot 138 ------------------------rl --- 18 "l meni Co. __ a..0&
Lot 61 ___ 11 2. SO I Law JV ____ ..82Lot InL In Lots U. 68 and 17 SII as ao 10 Tilton I B --__ 1.111 Lot 317 I 30 114 n..yl..rV H l.OS v
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18 __n_____________________._____ 11 2..0 I Hathaway C P 82 Lot 63 ______________,?__________._.___ .8 28.0 I Hillborn C B__ .81 Lot l 249 ----------------------_ ______ 1 1 2. 80 114 Chid"/ 0 1 I.-- 103
68 and 11 ____________________ __ 16 II .0 10 Cary R R ____ JU: Lot 1i8 _________________-=_______.____ 38 18 ao II Stebbina, E 11 a .81 Lot 473 ----.------ -!--- 1 28 10 1 % rtnW-----
Lou 81 and 9Ii -___-_____________--__ 11 28 10 10 Larlmer J C __ I.ULot Lot 117 ____._________________________.. 36 1..0 II Merryman B L.83 Lot. 481 .--------------------;..._.___ 1 2 80 lg lal LOt M ''b
9J _____________ 15 I. 10 6 I. 2. ao II Unknown ..__,._ .83 Lot 483'I _ _____ 10 114 _
1 ---------------- __ Padgett Henry .82 Lot 118 ____________________._____.__ ------------------: "' 1 Unknown ---- 1.01
Lot .1 -------------_._____________?_ 16 28.0 II Femyer P _.._ .8. Lot 110 ____._.__________________.___ 3366 18.0 6 potter JAi. .83 .....L""* l.v.. nse.l Co.'. 8 Bb. 26 30 114 ..._.. .
,. Lot 88 -----------_-___________.-_____ 16 28 80 _8 Lerlmer J C __ .82 Lot 126 _________________..:_..:_____.___- 2. II II eeney; .. .83 Division of WH ---- ---? 3
101 and J08 ____________________ 16 II 10 10 Warner A _n_ 1.111 8..1..101 Laud A laveatrea( Co.'. Sub- jots 11 to 22 I Inc, 4ii'n; ., 65.; 66. 2 tO
/_ .. Laud A ......t.... Ca'. Sub- Vlvl.lon 01 all ____________________ 1 27 ao 73. 74. 76 to 82 88.. 106. ,
Vlvl.lcln or NE'4 01 SE34 __________ II 28 80 Lots J. 1.. 14. 29. U. 48,48. 63. 5?. 82.6S. 108. Ill, 113, 118, 114, 117. 110. 143
Lot. 81. 80. 81 and 118 ________________ 1Y6 .0 20 St. Cloud Develestate 75. 78. 80. 87 89. 110. 96. 10., 112.Uf 146. 267 268, 269 276. 277. 278. 299!
opment Co. -- 2.21 120. IIJ, 121 and 117 ___.______ 1 27 ao 125 St. Cloud De"el- 100. 801. 808. 809. 810. 331. 832. 833 + ,
I I' LLud Lveatreat c... ...._ opment Co. __ 10.8. 340. 341. 342. 363 164, S7S. a... 42.)

Vlvl.lon 01 Lot. 3. 4 and 8E 34 01 SW Tot II _______-_____-__-______________ 1 27 1'0 II Brlghl E E ___ .81 .1. 462 to .6 Inc, 491 to G01 ...
.J % and W% 01 SE34 _______u_______ 11 U 10 Lot as _______-C":__._____.__________._ 1 17 10 II Bursdale. C H.81 I 21 10 lit 8t._ Cloud Devel26 r
Lot .78 _________:____?____.______.__ 11 2. SO II Unknown ______ -2 Lot 86 _-____________________.________ 1 27 10 I Bennett, E A __ .81 Lt 106 ----- ------- -"-__ m..nt Co. __ 6.94
Lot. 77 and 84 ...__uun________ 11 2. 10 10 Barber. Yom __ 1." Lot 116 _________u________.___________ 1 27 110 I Unknown ______ .8 1 208 and 209 ----------___________ S. U SO 1 % c In.le. G ___ 1.01
......... lad A............ Ca'. S.- Lot 61 _______________________________ I 17.0 I Melbourne, W._ .81 Lot. 338 and 243 ------------"___--- 80 1 % Burlner, 0 8 __
Olvl.lon 01 E'" 01 E4 _____________ 19 U 30Fractl. Lot 117 __________________________ I 27 ao 5 Carr J ________ .8 2 Lot. 240 and 241 ----------_ 3 80 334 Miller I A __ 1.6
Lots II and 18 19 28 10 I St. Cloud Development Lots 68 and 77 _______________________ I a7 10 10 Oeorge T ___._ 1.111 I Lola 427, .3. 469 and 470 ---IIIIIIIII 8 80 21,4 8 ._ .84 .
Co. Lot 88 _______________________________ 1 27.0 I McKewn, J B __ .81 1 21 80 I BtelDonnwandalner 1.1 3j,1
{ Lot 47 __________________________ ..-_- 19 II 10 II Hannah, E V :: IJ: Lot II __-_________________.:_________ 1 27 10 II Riley. W 0 ____ .81 Se.l.ol.Lsnd A Investment Co.'* Sob 0 A _______ 1.1
i Lot 81 __________._____-______._ ..,._._ 19 2. 10 6 Unknown ______ .81 lot J05 .____________-________________ 1 27 SO II Rlchle D W ___ .81 DlylBlon of NE14 and E% of NW14 :("
;1 Lot 8. ___________________________ 19 2. 10 I Unknown _-____ .8a Lot 107 ______________________________ 1 27.0 1 Flatt 3 II _. _.___ .81 WV4 of SE14, except R R Htw -_ !
j &.ot .7 _____...__________.__._____..__ J9 28 SO 5 Marsh C 11 I. 8.1.... Laud A. I.ve.tr.at (;..'. l.b. -ets 2. 6, 6. 9, 24 to 28 Inc.. 82 --to--43- 4 2 SO L
$ Lot. In and Ilf ___;:_u_. .:.___-. ___ 19 U SO to Jones: J R :::: 1.19r : Ulvldon 01 all except S% 01 BW __ 2 27 .0 65 66, 57, 69, 60, 61. 63,1., ._ F
, .Lot 111 ______________________________ 19 28 SO 5 Marsh, C 11 82 Iota I to II Ino. and 10. .8. 28. I. 17. Inc. 75 Inc. 85 to 95 Inc. 98 to 651 '',, ,
'J, Lot U7 -----------.------____.____ 111 11.0 I Unknown ._:::: 'u 38. 39. U. 42. 4S. 66. 68. 86. 10. 'S. Inc., 108, 117 119. 128 to ih Inc.. 131 JOe'I'1 ' 1 2" .. .
/erlule Lad A ...ee..e.. Coh ..... 7.. 80 and 96 ___________ 2 n 10 10 St. Cloud Development to 134 Inc.. 138 140 160 161. 164, 165 - -
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# \-D'vl.lon of all .____________________ 10 26 .0 1. 7. 8. Co. __ 12.38 156, 166. to 171 Inc. lh to 188 Inc. h'> Z . "': .
: \Lot 11 _____________________________ 20 2..0 II Babcock W H__ ... Lot 11 __-___________.______________ 2 2' 10 I Fow11k M ___ .81 190. 197 to 104 Inc., Ill to 117 lnc! **,, w ,I I'. a. .w. -. ,, ;' ''!
"f I.ole 11 and 11 ______________________ 20 21 ao 10 Scarr 11' 0 ---- 119f Lot 17 _________________________._____ l .7 10 Campbell C V7 .81 220. 29. Ill to 135 Inc. 345 to 261Ina t 7 .# f
: Lota 17 aDd II ________________ __._ 20 18 10 to Unknown 1'111tgt. Lot .1 _______________.______-________ 1 .7 10 I ______ .81 to 264 Inc., 282, 294, T.S95. .' t'P
20 and It ________________._.____ .0 26 SO 10 Orr 3 __:::::: 1,19 Lot 24. II, II and 17 ____________ 1 .7 10 Unknown ____ 1." 26' 218. 314. 18., 336. 88., 338. .
1 ; .al ____________________________ 20 2. 10 I Unknown ______ ..E2i Lot 41 ______________._.______________ 17 10 I Rlchard.onL! L .81 145, 846. '.7. 358, 869, 860. 877 S7s! -' '..
Lot II ________._____________ 10 2. ao 1 Unknown ,81J.t Lot 7. ___________________________ 17 10 I Che..m.n w, V .81 179, 390. 391, 891, 409. 410. 411. 444. -w, I .
15 _______._________-----________ 20 2. 10 I Mohr M L :::: .If Lot 14 ____________.___.______- -1 .7 10 I Abbett C H ___ .81 475. 476. 486. 486. 606. 606, 67. .
, c Lots 86. '1. 101 aDd 10. __________ 10 18 ao 10 Unknown _____ 1.1 Loll? _______________________________. 2 27.0, 1 G_____ .82 .5.
q} t .1 ,____________________________ .0 I' 10 6 Wheeler N W .11 .emln.l. Laud .A Investment Ce-s .nbDlvlslon 101 --------------------------.---- 4 21 10 II' St Cloud
t. 10,1 and UI ___________ .0 18 10 11 Unkndwa< ______ 1.11I of E34 __ __ I 27.0 Devel
li : ........ La.d A 1..._...... c.'. SubDlvlalon LLoss U. I'. .0. UJ- ,-u.- Lt' 161 -.--...---....----.---"""""*-- t 28 30i Thomp.on opment Co. -- II..'.
ot .U exc.pt NW 34 of NW% n II 30y n. 1.11. 64. 17. 1.. II. dVJ-1 8 17 SO 100 Bt Cloud Development Lt 198 ---------,-----------___ 4 i 30 1134 Unknown A. --
Lot. 11 and 11 ___________.._ .1' 2. ao 10 r Unknown ___ ... 1.t. I. 8 Co. .. 1.40( Fract. Lots 413 and 414 -----"I..II 2 10 T Da vl. F J\--- .fJ
j..t.14 and 1. ____________.. 11 I' 10 10 R1ebardEV- Lot I I 171 to. ito 'Wlndall. WO.. ..tlSt. 1. 112 461. 11. 11. 474, 417 and .
Lot. II' and 61 .____________._.__... .1 II 10 '10 Moor.M L ____ 1.79: S.......-------------------------r--. 488 .---_'_____- _..___._..... J II Davis F
.. Lot II _________________ n .1 ae I Colver 3 H .112 Division of all ________________..___ 10 17 c.' w. D_. 8a.DIv1loB Lot /7.. 1 80 n _., I..19
Lot .0 _____________.._. ._____ .1 2S 10 1 Be.t1eman, HA .'2Lot. Lot. 14. 49, IS. 108. 10.. 107. 111. 135. Lolli Block D -.---------. ----- __ __ u Wbale- L -
.1 aDd 93 ______._____. ______ 11 I' t0 10 Harrl.. W __ 119 and 12 s _____________________ 10 17 10 45 Cloud Development YI.glla A D.. ...0.....M L:6 .. o _. 1..
Lot /7.________:...._____. _____ n J8 U I Whtteoy6b N A. :$3I Co_ 4.. SN a.d 4E ---,Block--- --___________- 11 It SOI
Lots 10. and 117 ______.-_. _-__ Ii II 110 10 rentl.. B 11' 1.1' Lot SI -__________________-_ -.._ 10 17 I WI.OD. D ._. Lt. U and 79 B ------- -_ N ,1.
I Lot I13 _____________..__.___. Ii 11.0 0 B.asdls C __ .11 Lot. 4 aDd 10 __________ 10 8 10 T E .__. 1.11Lot ....Snb.DlvlsUa nf Lot .__ 11 26 SO Cld. ----_ 1.1 -
........ ..... .a I.t_... Coo I.b- ______ ______ 10 to sSO Park hurst. L 0. '..1 Lots I 11 Inc ------------- -_ __ __ Donegan ? '
'4 Dt..lon 01 all ________' _..__._ 12 II 30F.ot. Lot __--..____ 19 17 I Stanlel' W L .81 AID .
18. 17. 11.. II and .0 U II .0 II St. Cloud DeveI Lot III w _. 10 87 10 Ill A ----- ..81Lot Lots 11. 14, 15 16 and K -----,--___ __ __ 'J>e'.rt.d r .. tr _
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16. W. ".1__'s 9...D....... .. Gq .. Lot 1. 1. t and 4 Block 91 .._....,... .. .. ., .. St. Cloud navel Lot Lots 14 11.Block u. II,194'----------------------------119. 10. and II Block :Jennings., D.3J"

... 4a __. _.a Io.__. .__..__.__ 32 18 10' opment Co. .. 1.111 ...
? .. . 1St. Cloud BeveloDment
," Lot II Block A _..__.__..__.__:_.__.. _. _, __ __ C..k.7. o'L ___ 1.1' Iota 17. It and 20 Block 98 .......... .. __ .. .. Booth. M ........ 7.80 188 ---.r ---- .-- --------- ----- -- Ca ILiILt .

Lot 11 Block A __.._..___________...::, ..:. .._ __ _.. Levels. M N :...__ LIfi Lot 19 Block 96 '__..__ ...._........ ,. .. ._ .. Halt PV ____ 1.Sf If Block 188 :.O.---------: J ._____.__ 1.61De.cln.r
__ __ __ _: Rod.. R FJ __ L1f Lots 9 to 13 Inc., Block 9- __....._ ... ... _. ., .. Hall. P W4.11 -
Lot 7 Block B _._..__._____.__.._._ -; ? F.: .0 t2. ot Lots II end Block 192 _, __ __ F E._ 11,18
10.00 Lots IS 117 and 14 Block 1<>0 ___. "
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Head y" ._ st. Cloud Development
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Lot .I Block, : -- -- -- -- --- Lob I. t. 1. 1. 10. I1. 11. Dlock U'.__. -_ -. -- .- 'Bt. Cloud locale
Heg. 100 Lott TNwr: of Lot $9 CoCa. .. 8.10 .
pmlnt Ca II...
FJ 10 ft. 8 no ft. W 10 tt. N Lot. 1, t, 17, 18i';' XI and S3 Block 101.;;. ., .. .. ._ St Cloud e _.
run Lot 9 Block 136.---- __.________ __ __ __ ,. rook.. T ....
110 rt. __.._____:.._____._.______.._._.. 11 18 10 __ Lewis. W N ___ 1.11 opment .. 11.78 Lots 7. 3 9. 11 and 11 Block 187 BL Cloud Derel ,
Lot hand 8H Lot IS Rlni.'c 101...... -?--- -- -- -- '
94 c..... .. .. .. ,. ..ncel. A F____ 3.22 : :

Lot 11 Block 1 ._______.____._____.___ __ __ __ _, Fuhry C B'J",___. 1.1' Lota, 21 and 23 Block 10.* .,. ..... ._._..,'. .,. .. .. .. st Cloud Development Lot 10 Block 117 _-___.___.___ __ __ __ _.. 1..I.ter.opment C Ca C .,? !.LT'..$

Lots II and II Block 1 _____?_...._. __ '__ a. ,- Ilshop ._. 1.1 Co. .. 816 lots 11 and I' Block 13T ....___ _____ __ ._ _.. .... Zobrl.kis. F L ....
Lot 10 Block I ______ __.,__._.__. .._ .._ __ _.. Anloyne. F C?, _. 1.111 LtLt 11 Block 102 ........ .. ... :.. .., .. .. .. Unknown ...:... 266 Lots 9. 10 and IG Block 133 __ _-__._ __ __ __ Bt Cloud De..II..
Lots 11 and 11 Block 3-.__.___...._. .. ._ ._' _. "Cor7: P H 1.11 III 1 B]( 1101 ____.. ? ... . ..... ..; ..' __ ._ Genrga Kd .... lt.ll -- l5
Ca 1..
opmlDt __ ..
Lot II Block i ...._._...__:._.__.ft:___ _. ._ __ ... /ilt. Cloud Devel- Lot 24 Block loa _-_.....-.....-...... .. -.. __ __ Unknown ...... S.66 Lot I Block 111 .... ___
opment Co _. I.f' Lot 8 Block 106------------------------------; Davis M A ____ 8.OS !, ---123.... _. .._ Heath. C ....

t Lot >.I Block I _._______._.._..__ .__ .. .... "' .. Burlingame Lots I and 4 Block 101 ............... .. ._ ? .. Unknown ....... 8.60' Lots 1& and 1. Block u_. "? .? _.. -- .__ ''8t.'Cloud DeveioDment ..
.e- Oro.-__ : ... 1.4' Lot 14 Block 110 ......._._........... .. .. .. .. Unknown ..__.. 1.92xt 3 \ Ca _- /.1'/
and Block .181
/ Lot 111 Block I ____...._._..._...__.__.._ __ _.. __ _. Be..U..man. H A 1.19 4 Block 111 ____................. .. .. .. .. Unknown ____.. 1.92 Lol.il 11. 11 II r----_. _. _. _.. 8t. Cloud Devil.

Lot I Block ...---..:.-..--...; .___:'_.._ _.. .... '.._ Unkn wn .._.;.__ 1.1' Lots 18and, 14 BlocK; 111 ....___....-. ,.. .. .. .. ....rah..11. B B I..' Lots T. 8. 9. 11 and .0 Block UO ___ ._ opment Ca .: 17.19.
Lot 9 Block ..._ ...-.._.._.._.._._. .., s. __ __ Unknown __ 1.18 LoU 15 and 16 Block 111 ............ .. .. .. '.. Seaveraon. B .. 1.8 __ __ _- __ 82. Cloud DevN "+

Lot II Blncll 4. .".____...._.+._._1..., .. ... __ _. Harn..t".J' A _. 1.3' i Lots 10 and 20 Block 111' .:.......... .." .. .. ...' St Cloud Development Lob I. 11 and II Block '111 -=____.. 'CImoudi D.rel.Ca 1.1...
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_. .._ Strbbina. E H1.11 Co. _. s.ssi.it ? _.
Lot 111 Block 4 _.__...._..________:. _. .
f Lots IS and I" Block 4 _. ___?__..._ __ _. '_. e. John C '______ f.81 I..t t Block 118 Parchueit L C l..ot II Block i, 111 .. _________.. oDment Ca __ .el
.: Lots 11 and 11 B------------------------------_ Draper, O O _.-' 4.1S -- ------ ? _-, __ __ Nelson, 1 M _.__ 1.11
BevelDonovan Lot. 17 .18 and. 19 Block lit ........ ...' .. .. .. St Cloud evel- Lots 11 to I. Ine. oc191----. _.___ .-_ __ '-_- __ "arr. JI' 0 ____ 11.4'
Lot 10 JUock 1.1 .. __.__.
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Co .. 1.11 ---- _. __ __ __ Hilburn, C B1.11
opment
Lot II Block I f _. l1..ckner. M ,._. .11 Lot S Block 115 ..-.....-.----.--... .
Lot, II Block 1 -_._.__.__. ,:.___.____' _, _. .._ _. BL Cloud Bevels Lot 9 Block lit ____.2__._______.__... ,'_. ..'.. _. .. Sager Mrs. H 1.19 17. IS and 11 to 14 Ina Block opmlnt Ca __ I..90 '
opment Co, __ 2.!! Lots 1, X and If. to 18 Inc., .Block lit.. _. .. .. .... .St Cloud Bevels Ili- __ _- __ 8t. Cloud Der.lopment .

Lot II Block T ._____.__.-__._;-_-_ __ __ -_ _- flt..v. L FJ 4-_, .1.1 opment Co6.11 Lt 10.. Block 1.1 .... .. ____ Co. ... 11..8 .
-. --- -- ? __ __ ._ __ Fuhry C
Lots ..1I.. 6. I and 11 to If Inc.. Block ,. .. _. .. $t. Cloud Bevels t.- .. .. .. Oleason. P l.lt l..ot. 8 and 9 Block 131 .. . ... __- 1.1 !
.. opment Co. '__ 18.11 Lot 1 Block 111 ...................... .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development Lots II and .40 Block 184: .- --.- -_ _. __ _. _.., __ Hibbard 0 D __ 1'1
1.41 ----_--____- __ _.. __ __ Unknown __ __ ..'1
Lots." 4. 7. 8, 10. 11. 11. ;Block'. -.. 8t. Cloud B0ye1. I..ot Ca.. lot 15 Block 114 __u___._-._. .___... ,.... __ __ __ Cole. H 0 _.
"' opm..nt Co. 11.01Lot I Block 117 _u ___..........___.... ..- .. .. ._ Flh. M 1.>8 .i_ 1.1'
Lots 11 Block 4opmeat
1. and 1. 1.1 .. __
( ----- __ __ __ 8t. Cloud .
t.pock. 9 -.__..__.__.-_.._-._-_. -.. -.- -,. -. I'latt.J.H. _0:"_ 1.1 Lob 1 and 11 Bloc1.--. .. J3t Cloud Development ? Derel ,
Co. __ X.22 Co. __ '.fl i'Lt
__ Unknown __.___ 1.22 Lots 8, 9 and 10 Block 113-------------------- Gordon. E M .. LI8t II Block 193 a--------------------------- Richardson. J L 1.1' v
I"B'\ock
9
lot l..ot. 13 and 14 Block 1.5 ..__ _
.2.t.5. .,-----------------4.--------------. . Lo 1 Block 119 .0:__.._..,....V_____.._ .... .. -, .. .. St. Cloud Bevel Lola II and II Block 1.5 ..-. _____ __ __ __ ..- Dlne. J C _____ 11.4' a
v -?- --?-- _.. __ __ __ IoIDntadoea Wm. ....
1.49 a
fit, Cloud Bevel.opmrnt I a m..ntCo. ..
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,Block 10 -. . Co. ',._ 10.1' Lot 8 Block 119 ....................... --. .'._ .. .. Sawyer.0J II B _? 1.19 Lot Lots 14 1 to Block II Ine.115 Dlnek.--.-It.---______-_.__. ..... _- '__ __ -3>nlrrl.on. M 11 1.1' "
Lot 9 Block 119 .___. .. _... ., ... .. Haye. A ..___. 1.19 ----:: --"-____ __ __ __ _.. 1I10ntadoca, Wm 18,61 &f
Lots I to Inc. and Iota 15.. 16. n. U. ., --- ? Lot. II to S. Ino. Blodk 196 .. __
.8t. Cloud Devel Lota 12, IS and 14 Block 1X0 .. .. .: .. Bt CloudCan.<< - ---- __ -- _- ._ St Cloud bevel- !f
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I'. 'BJeek 11 __.__..__.__:+,____...._ _. __ --- . "
opment ("0. -._ 11.1' 1 nine Co. _..8.10 Co. ._ 11." ;;
Lot IS fid 14 Bock 112 _____....:___ .. St Development Lots lI'and 10 Block 197 -----4_______. .... __ _- __ Wallace. J 0 __ 1.11 ..
Lots 10 to It Inc.. plock 11 _.________ ._ _. +_ .:._ lit. Cloud Devel Co. L9.94 a ... .." '. Cloud Co. .. X.69 Lots 11 and 12 Block 197 ._.....__.__. __ :__ _-.. ... Rudll_.. 0 D.. 1.1 ')

.. r Unknown opment .__._. 1.1111 Lots 1, X, 6. 7, 8, 10 IS and 14. Block I..ot. 13 and I. Block 111 -._._...--.;. __ __ __ _. Roland J 'C __. 1.1' .c
Lot 11 Block I. ......__ ___.__._..._ _. -_ _. .;; Lot 1 Block II'
1..ot.1 clock .11 ..._--_.-__-______._...._ y_ _.. __ -_ 'Tn known ______ 4.11 123 ---.---i..-.-.-----....___,1..... .. .. ... .-' St Cloud nevel- ',_ ,8t. Cloud 0.1- j dopment !
_. Unkno..n I.'. opment Co. .. 13.31Lot Co. -.e 1.1' "+
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Lot I clock 111
lots 11. 10. U, Block-, II .____..__._.._ '_., __ __ I ., 8t. Cloud Bevels 11 Block 143---------------------- .- __ _. Emory: ._____ 622 I-ots I. I. I. If 18 and II Block 199--- __ __ __' -. 8t. Cloud BevelsLota.ts .f
opment Co. _. 1.11LoIs Lot 12 Block 123 opmen tCo. ; f.41 (
,-n--------------.. _.. __ .. Emory M J 1.92 and If Block 199 a ti
11 and I' Block 17 _.._-.___...._ _. ._. _. au. Cloud Deve1opment Lota. 1 to 14 inc. Block 124 ___....... .. .. .. ._ St. Cloud Development Lone I and 6 Block 100 ------ ----- -- -- -", -_ Georgia, E F1.' .. 1.11
("0. __ 4.4' Co. 1819 -----------t-----------. KnaJ>J>. 8 H __ {.'{
Lot. 17 and 18 Block 1& St. Cloud Bevels Lots 1 to 14 Inc. Block lit ...__........ .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Bevelsopment Lots I. 60 and U Block 101 ___.:___ :;_ __ __ 8t. Cloud Bevels '

o ment Co '._ 1.11' Co. 26,48 Lot f Block 101 ______\__._._ ___. opmeet: C:. _. 1.96 .
Lots 1 Bevelsopment -- __ __ __ .. F1.0! ;
8
1.111Lot 2. and 10 Inc. St.
ht. II A to 14 Block 126 Cloud
Lot 8 Block lRo'r -- -- -- Lot 11 Block 201 ________.
---------- __ __ __ _. VnCallkender : ;'1
2 Block U __________ ___..__.._" __ _. ,._ -_ N'Alltater.C\ __ 1.111Lot Co. .. IS." Lots I. I, U. 14. U and It Block 1.1
15 Block 18 ______.__-_________.'_ _- _, _. _. Flnthere, Chas.. 1.111 Lot J to 12 Inc. Block.lit ...___.... -_ __ __ .. St. .Cloud Development 1011--. -_ _. _- _. 8t. Cloudorals.. i iLt ir rLt

l..ot HI Hlock 16 _____._____. __ _. __ _. -. Robinson Z T_. 1.81 Co. .. S7.X1 I Block opment Co .... 40.06
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Lot. 1., a and 8 Block 18 _.___.___?....._- _. -. _. __ tit. Cloud Bevelsopment Lots 1 to f Inc. Block. ISO -._..-_.,,..," .M .. .. ; Maklnon. BLots 8 Block 101 ---------.------ ----.___ ___ .... _.. ... -Alanl. ). W L.._ 1.01 t
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Co __ 11.1' Co. __ 66.90 -------- ---------- _. Unknown ____ 1.01 v

Lot 14 Block 1. .________ __ .____ ... _. _. Farr;} E P 1.81 6 to 10 Inc.- Block ISO .......-... .. : .. .. St. Cloud-Ce.. Lot Lb IS I, 4.Block I. 8. 8 101.11,--18.11-.---.and----II--v Dlock.--___ .- __ ? _- 8harp.S N-...._ '1.01 ... ..

Lots 11. II and II Block 21 -___:._.._ _- -- _, '-_ 8t. Cloud Bevels .. 18.31 IG3 .. 82.
Lot 1 7 8 ------------------------ ---- _- ._ __ __ Cloud newel.
opment Co .__ '..0'.LoIII and Block 131 ____.... .. '-. .. .. .. Mailed. Mra. D_ 11.48 .

1. !. R. 8. 9. 10. 11. IL 13" 16 18. Lot 10 Block 122 ____.__.____.....: ... .. .. -. __ Bt. Cloud Development Lot 14 "Block 101 . opm'nt Co. -_ '.01 .'
-- - -------- -- _. __ __ __ Unknown __.__
__ 4.41 1.01
__ '__ __ __ SL Cloud pevel. Co.
21 ,13. I' Block 21 ___ ._ ____ ,
10. 12. J
opment. Co. __ 1221Lt Lot 2 Block 132 __..__-a_..__,. ... .. .. .. ... Mallei t. J W .:__ 7.80 Lts 1. I. 4 .8, '.. U. 1.. 10, II and d4Block :,{:

1. Block II ___.__ :. ._ -_ .. .. __ T>a'I... R If n_'_ 1.111 Lots E. 4 and 6 Blook 132 ________.... .. ..:. .- .- Mallett. Mrs B. 27.20 04----------------------------------; 8t. Cloud Bevel.Lut .'
Lots I. 6. 8. 16. 18. 10. Block23---------------- 8t. Cloud Bevels Lots I, 7, 8 and 9 Blork 131 -.__...... ..' .. __ __ Bt. Cloud Utlll opment Co. __ .11 J,;
? ,. opm..nt Co 5.16 .. tie Co. _____ 68.88 10 Block 10. -----..--.-.-....-__. __ .. .._ ... Unknown ,,_____ 1.01 'J;
K Lou 1. I. 11, It and !0'Block It ._._:, __ _. __ _. St. Cloud Level- Lot 1 and 8 Block 133 __._______.... ..' _. ._ ._ St. Cloud Development Lot 17 Block 104 --------------------- __ Hellman.. A .J __ Lot ''r
opmr nt ("0. __ 4.44< Co. __ S.C* Lots r. I, 11 and It Block 101 -------- __ _- -- -- Bt Cloud Bevels

Jot 5 Block If __.__ ___._._..._ -. -. -4 -. Smoke. ).1ra E. 1.111 I'3 100 ft. of Lot 2.3 Mid\ 4 Block 133.. .- __ .. __ Unknown...... 411 2.96 \\1
Lola 23 and I. Block Z. __- _________. __ _- -- -- Thomnete0 --- 3.39 W 100 M. of Los S, 6 and 7 Block 133 .. __ __ __ Kelch Hall.. 7.80 Lot I mock 1011 ___u_____._.__________ __ _. _. __ ("oO'n;', ICC M :: 1.03: ;:
P. iota 16 and I' Block III ___-______,____ __ :.._ -- -_ Ptaller 0 A n_ 1.111 Lot I Block 134 ____._,-------________ .. _. .. .- St. Cloud Development Lots II and. II Block 206 ________"" .;__ __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud Derel 0 f

Lots 23 and. It Block 211 ______________ -- -. -- -- I.ltt.. C H____ 1.81 Co. __ X.22 opment Co. 1.81 ..
Lot I Block 18 .____________________. __ -- -- -- $t. Cloud leelopmrnt Lot 7 Block 134 n.___..-.____._-..__... -- __ __ __ Unknown ___.__ 1.92 .ot 1. Block 101 ------------------.- __ __ __ __ Frank W JJ! 1.01
Co. u 1..11 Lots 1 to 6 inc.. Block 135 ____._______ .. __ ._ .- Bt. Cloud evel- Lt II Block IGI : __ __ __ __ Kln..anI: 8 __. 1.1 ,to

Tint I Block 16 __ ___________..:______ -- -_ -- -- "outolt. 1\1 A -- 1.19 opment Co. .. 8.10 Lots I. I. 4 I. I, 8 ---i--------------- ._
Lot II clock 17 ___u_.__.______________ -- -- -- -- Pnknm'n 1.18 Lot 1 to 6 Inc Block 136 __________ __ -. -. .- St Cloud Bevelsopment Block 20t __.u________._.__________ -_ __ oJ_ __ St. Cloud Bevels

LoIs 1. 11, It and 2C Bock IS __"__ -- -- -- -- 8t. Cloud Bevelst m Co. __ 7.S' opm.nt Co __ ,.., ;c;
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Lots Tot
opm'nt ( o. __ 1.119 1 to 8 Inc., Block 137 .a------------------ St Cloud Development I Block 107 4--------------------------- R..n..dlx. C ...___ 1.1 \\1;.

Tot 9 Block III _________________... __ .. __ -_ Ratl'III1'.J W'-- 1.19 Co. _. '.37 Lots 17 and 18. Block 107 Codding. I __ 1.11 iii'
Lot II flock 28 _________.;_____ _____ IJ-------- nu lu... ,AV n 1.111 Lots 1 and Block 138 ....__...____. __ __ __ .- St. Cloud Bevels Lots 1 to 6 Inc.. and 8 to 12 I----------------- r jJIo'IG& '
Lot 14 Block 18 _____ -_-_-__ _:. __ -. -.. Unknown 1.111 f opment Co. __ 8.2t ..-,...___._____._..__...___.____ _:. ._ _.. .._ 8t. Cloud Bevels :
uu ? 8t. Cloud 1)rvel. Left f Block 141 _______ ._ __ St Cloud Development
Lot. I and 8 Block III ...___.____.. opment Co 1.11
opment Co. __ 2.22Loh Co. .. 1.41 LoU 4. 10. 14. 10 and I' Block 10. --__ __ ._ __ __ 8t. Cloud Berets-- 11
/ .. ("lark..J K ___ I foe Lota 7 and 8 Block 141 .. .____ __ __ Devllle. H C ... 1.82 /'
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I. 4 and I Block I' _..____.____._ -- -- _..... -- -- opment Co. __ 1.1' {
Lot 14 flock 10 __________...___.._...__- -- -- ._ -- Nichols. F 'V 1.18 Lots 5, 6 and 10 Block 141 _.,___......-. __ -- .- __ 8t. Cloud Development LoIs U. 10 and It Block 110 -.-_._____ __ __ 8t. Cloud Bevel- .
-- .... -. --' 8t. Cloud ievelopment Co. -- I." : opment Ca __ 2.92 iii-I
4 8 and II Block at ________._._
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Lots Co. __ 1.18 Lots 4. t and 6 Block 144 ..___._._.... __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud. Development Lots 1 aDd I Block 110 -----.---.---- -- -- Jones. P C 1.1

Lot 10 Block II ________.J______...-::- -- -- .,-_ -. Smith F I' ---- 1.111 Co. _. I." Lt 17 Block IIG --.---:-...--------__ __ .._ ._ __ Moulton R A_-_- 1.1' t JI
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Lot. 14 Block II -- .-. -. -- 8t. Cloud Bevelopment Lot 4. 8, 7. 8, 9 and" Block .148_::. __ __ -_ -- St. Cloud level.opment Lot II Block 110. -----.-.---.-------- -- -- -. -- Peterson F -.-' 1.1'
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. ;\ Cn. __ 1.411 Co. .. 6Not -- -_ __ __ 8t. Cloud Bevels

Lo.11 Block II _._..__._____._____._ ..- -. -- Hannah FJ V -- 1.111 11 Block 141 ____..__........__.__ .- -_ __ __ Unknown -__... 1.19 Lot 11 Block III -----.-.-?.______._ opment Co .__ 1.11
. J'.oI.U Block II ..________, -_ ._.._ -- -. ,;,- -- Allen. \V 'V ___ 1.111 Lot I. 2, 4. 6, 15, 11..18. 21 and 22 Lot If Block III -----.-----____.___. __ .. .._ __ Unknown 1.1' 1'
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:. \ ,' Aalell .J 8 1.111 Block 146 _.. _._....___1__. St Cloud nevelopment .. __ 8t. Cloud Bevels
Lot "II Block II ____u__._. ______? ? -- -- --- ___.. -- -- -- -- -
Lots 1 11 11
Lots 11 and II Block 33 _._._.__.__--- -- -. -- -- 8t. Cloud Bevelopment Co. .. 8.01: Ii I. 8. 11. and II Block 111__ opm.nt co __ 11.0'
Co __ 1.11 Lot Block !13 -----------------._. __ __ __ -Johnson: .J M ,.
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, Lot IB Block 146 _____________ __ -- __ -- Smith :J h____. 1.01 1./3
Lots 11 11 and 18 Block
Lot II Block If _.___________.____.. __ -- -- -- .- St. Cloud Ievelopment _- Lots 1. 3, 10, 11 and 22 Block 1t7:I:: __ __ __ __ St Cloud Development 1',14. 21------------ 8t. Cloud Bevels topm.nt
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Co. X.St Co. __ 1.10 '. :'I
.__ -- -- -- 1nlf.rao1t. C. L__ 1.111 Lot 1, X, 6, If, XI, 23 and 14 Block 14S 8tCloud Bevelsopment Lot T Block 31------------------------ _. __ __ Carr. T A l.q m
lob 7 and 8 Block 14 _____._.____._ Lot II Block
_.. __ __ 8t. Cloud Devel.
Jones. M L 1.111l.ot ..
:: Co. .. 4.62 .
1 Lot IG block I. _.__ ____ _..____.:: -- ---- .I,
"_ -- -- -- -. Unknown .---- 1.19 Lola S and 4 Block 148 ....___..____ -_ __ Lambert, ,A __. l.ff opment Co __ .1' It
la Block 14 ______ .____.___.___._ -n Lots 7. 3, 11, 11 to 1. Inc Block III _. __ __ __ 8t. Cloud ,
Lot 14 Block I. __..._._.__ -__.___.__ -- -- .- -- Eaton, R _Un_ 1.111Lot Lot. 1, IS and 24 Block 149 __,..____-_ ... -. __ .. St. Cloud Deyel- Derel y.Lt ,
IG IUork I. _____.:______________._ -- .- .- -- Murphy. M L -_ 1.19 opment Co. .. I.fl 17 Block 111I .... opm..nt Co. '__ J.... ii
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!.ot II Block 14 _____ _____L---: -- -. -- -- N..I.on, n C --- 1.19 Lot IK 'Block' 149 _____.....__....... -- __ __ ...- Swandar H P1.02! Lots I. 4. I. 1. 8. II.---11.----II-,-11.----18.-- __ __ Kendall, JD C. __ 1.it .

.Lot I flock E6 __.________ _______ __ -- :..- -- Newe.mb R C n 1.111 Lot 22. Block 149 ___.__ _.__._. : __ _- __ -_ Fi'lab-e, Wm. ._ 1.OS Ii. and Block .II'
---- 17. 18. 10. ._____ .
... __ 8t. Cloud
Lot 8 Block III ._ ::4. __:_ -_ -- -. Whitlatn. 0_;__ 1.111 Lot S3 Block 149 -.____::..__._ __ __ __ __ KlnKiley, W .1_ 1.02 -- Bevelsatunent .
Lot 10 Block 16 ___?__;.u----._._____._______ -.. -- ... --- ndrewa. C F. 1.111 Lot. 13, 14 and 17 .Block IfO ____:::::: __ __ __ __ Bt. Cloud Development Co. __ ...tl '
Lot, I. Block 15 __-_.__._____....._.__ '-_ __, -., -- Moor. M L ____ 1.111 Co. _- X.42 Lots 7,8, 119, 13, 21 and 32, Block ,, 17 -- -.. __ __ 8t. Cleud Bevels '.
Lets I and 8 Dlocki8e __ .- 8t. Cloud Drrrl Lots.1, 1..5.. 9, 14., 21 and XX Blklflz2lLrr-. -- -- St Cloud Development .pment C0. __ 1'.11
.' epmentQo.<< ._ 1.11 ,> 0 Co. .. 4.62 Lot !0 Blo> k'217'----------------S .,, Wbeeler, M M. ....
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lot 5 Block,' 7ta( ilf O'RI..rjt-.J ..ty/rk... 1.18 Lot, 10 'Blk'151 1'" .t.'f. -.. Price. Wm.I.I.I6 Lot. 111/v 16 and'lTlol4"Ina,4Block' a. .
l..ot. $ 18 Davis,..T FJ'foflll/' / \ ,,3.11I Lot'SiBlkilfS" r r ...., Unknown ... #. vl.11 ralla. t .i ..d r a- ., 8e, Cloud Bevels
16. 17. 18. ..
ub'\BIOCk lock 3 N..man ,J ,,, I ..81 Lot,,10 Blk 11\1\ I .1.'Ut' 1'' Bet-er. 'J Wm.IIi,.,I.II 1'ttn" '4,,,, "t al.k opment Ca nil
Lots' to U Inc. 1936
StlCloud Bever ,,,h' Lob 1! and !0 D1ock 119
Loot 17, Block 7 \ LottsPUk 1 1112 H.... camJ>beU'jChW'I.ULot. St.) Cloud D.reloDment :
; opment Co. 1.811 .f and 8 Dlk 113 8t | Ca __ 1,11
-. :\-1 Port..r"N A .,1.12 "'cor'."1;.''''''...vc'. -?'-"' twi opment Co.1.*...' 1.69 Lot. 1, !, 8, 2, /, l0, 13, H, 17, 16 and _...mi0 .
'W",S LoIs II, 11 and 1& Block .0. ___ .._ O ...r..1 --- 6.da Lota 9. 10, 11 and"12 r Blk"lfti"2..li"IHW-'PF--"f'41--1"" "" _p_ 8c rr, F A _... 44ft Block !!0 .... ,..>.?.al:.... ,- .- -_ St Cloud parole
I..ots 1. to 4 Inc. Block U ____.:..... -- -- -- ------- Lot 18 and 14 Blk ::I..I _... __ .Jon..I.R .... 3.39 .I .
::: ,:,- -- .- St. Cloud Bevelopment 16S __-_____ -- -- opment Co. __ ...
Lot. 16. 18 and U. Block 13 nun.. Co. __ 11.141 Lot 8 Blk 1S4 ___________-_.........:_ -- __ -- ,__ St Cloud Development Lots 7. 3. 9, and 10. Block 221 -------- -- -- -- -- Morgan p E__.. ,17
Wilson 8 A 1.86 Co. __ 2.fi9 Lots 1, 1, 1. 4. 6 to 13 inc., 15. I6. 21,
' Lot. I and 6 Block 41 ._ __________ -_ -- -- -- -- Lots _. .. Seminole Land 21, 23 and 24 Block !22 __
n St Cloud Bevels 17. 18. 21. 22. Blk Iff ..___ _.__._ -- -- ------------ -- -- 8t. Cloud Bevels'.
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Lot Block H _
rr, nmn ;opment: Co, 2.1111 & inv Co. ___ 8.10LM eement C0. __ ...,. .

a -- -- -. -- Cra'Cnrd.V F. 1..111l..u.6 20 Blk 165 ______________._______ __ _. -- -- Bruce C 2.29 Lots 17 to !0 Inc? Block 222 -------- -- -- -- -- Bt.lnwande" P P 11.11 11
Lot IS Block H Lot IS 14 21 __ __ Bt Cloud Development Lots 6, 8, 7. 8 and 11 to 20 Inc.,
lvln""ton, L lI.fI/' 18. and 22 BlkI6-- --
and 8 lIIock-47-:: :::::::::: - -- -- -- ,1\1 ,
; _. 11.78 and 14 Block 228 __ Bt
Co. -- Cloud
Porter S 1\ 11.60 --- ---- -- ---- -- Bevels
Lots 1 and 8 flockT ________________ -- -- - Lots 4 5 and 6 Blk _. _. __ Moore M L ___ 1809
Aursdale E 16'.16 156 .__. ,
A : ___;._____ oplDen Ca __ ".1'
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+ Lola J5 and 16 Blocktl ______________ 81 Cloud ]trvelopment Lot 16 Blk 164 ________._____________ __ __ __ __ Clark. R A ____ 2.66 tote 3. 4, T, 8, 18 to 21 Inc., 23, !4,
-- -- -- --
Lots 1 and I mock III ________________ :
; : Block 224 __ 8t
Ca, 4.43 Lot 7. 8, ,9 11. 12 and 19 to 24 Inc ------------------------- -- -- Cloud Bevels

-.- -- -- -- St Cloud 1)rvelopment Blk 167 ?_________?_._______----- .. .. .. .- St. Cloud Development Opment Col __ ".11
Lot. 2. 11. 11 and II Block 61 ________ -
C... __ 11.1/1 Co. __ 28.61 Lots II and I Block 124' -----..-------- __ __ __ .a "'.nlon.J: D __.. 1,16
F.Ilect I. 1\1 1.82 Lot 1 to 8 Inc. and 18 to 16 Inc. and Lots )5, 16. III end 20. Block 221 ---- __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud
Lot II Block 52 _____.________________ -- -- -- --'- St. Cloud Development Bevels
19 to
( t BL Cloud frvcl- 24 Inc. Block 158 -- -- --
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-- -- ----- opment Co
Lots U. 23 and zt Block 113 _____ ------ : __ 1.10
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. --- "J m..nt Co. __ 11.1' ; Co. 63.97 Lot 1 Block 115 __ __ __ _
. ------------ --------- po..ell. I: R____ '.11
.. } 0..0 __ n.n Lot 13. 19 20. 21. 22 Block St. Cloud Development .1'.ot. Inc. U _______ __ _
. ', Lotll 111 and 16 Block 54 ___________ -: -- -- fain. n 159---------------- 1ltand Blockc216 n __ '__ Babcock W R__ 18.1
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Lot 11 Block 111 ___ ______________ __ -- -- -- 1lollinger Ida__ 1.18 Co. 15.45 L ots II ------------ _. -_ __ __ Bt. Clout Bevels

p Lotll 1 and 8 flock d ____u_______::: -- -- -- -- Hlon..J K -:-- .1.07 Lot I, 2. S and 4 Block 159 ____u____ .. __ -- __ Unknown ___-__ 1221 opment Co. __ I..'
Lot It Block 18 ________________u____ -- -- .. -- Key. C I. ------ 1.111 Lot 17 Block 169 ___ __ __ __ Young D W ._ 339 Lot I Block 2241 6----------------------------- PI..cendorjf' F __ 1.11
L" Lot 11 Block 18 _____._..._________.._ -- -- -- Moore D -___ 1.111 Lot 2. 3. 16. 16 19 and 20 Block 160-- a------- St. Cloud Development Lot 10 Block !! __ .J __ I."
Lots:: U and It mock 68 _______ :___ -- --.....-- -. l4ulcher M W-- 1.81 Co. __ 28.68 Lot.20 Block 126 ---------------____._ __ _- __ __ Beck ley.. 11 m 1.'.
s 1. Lots 13 and II'Dlock 6. ________u.____._- -- -- -- -- St. Clo\ld Bevels Lots 23 and 24 Block 160 ____-:___..._ __ _. __ .. Tllton I B ____ 46.39 Lots 8. 11. 11 and If Bloclc7 __...:__._ __ __ __ __ Hl Cloud Bevel.opment .
opm..nt Co. -- I.U Lot 14. IT, 18 and 19 Block 161 ..__ __ __ __ __ St. Cloud Development Co. __ 1.0
f; )-- Lotll 11 and 18 Block 59 ____________ -_ -- -- -. Weltlg F ----- 1.81! u Co. _. 21.S3 Lot II Block In -------..--.-----___ .- -- .._ __ ITughes. F H 1.75
, Ray..r. C A -_ 1.2r' Lot 1 2 3 and 4 St. Cloud Development Lot III Block 117 -.--.------..______.. __ __ __ __ Miller Jim -
Lola 13 and I. Block 69 ____________ -- -- -- -- Block 161 ________.. -- -- -- -- W__ 1.18
, e ; : II Block 117 _______ _______. _
LoU I. 10. II and IS Block 10 ______:_ -- -- -- -- St. Cloud Bevelopment Co. ..221.2f Lot __ __ __ Watrous, LA... 1.11
Co. -- 1.611 Lot 9 Block 161 ___.:.____.__.___.____.. __ -- __ __ Scarr F O .._.. 4639 l..ot 13 Block tl1 -----...--- _..__... __ __ __ __ Cook. U 0 1.7.
''i f..ot 3 Dlnck 80 -- -- --'. Unknown. H---- 1.19 Lots S and 4 Block 162 ______________ -- __ __ -. Derha.mL A ____ 8J.U Lot, 13 Block IU ---_._.___.::______.. __ __ __ __ 8t Cloud Bevel.opment .

. Lot. and 2------------------------U .__.__._ .- -- -- -- .Hay. ... n B L 3.811 Lot 15, Block 162 __________.______.__ __ __ __ -. V ____ T.80 Ca I..'
Lot 47 Lo8o kJ ____6--___ __ -- -- -. -- Bringman 1.1111 Lots 6. 7 and 8 Block 163 __.___..___. -- -- -- __ St Cloud Development Lota 11 and III Block 229---------------------- Clough. 0 ____ 1.1
l" Lot 64 Block 88 ___--------_ -- -.. -- -- Youngs Mrs. E G 1.80 \ Co. .. 1619 Jots II and 21 Block Bloc--------------------II' Bunker, E 8 __ Lf3.

I i;'' LoU l' and I Block131 -_-___.._..____ -- .-- -. -- Blass. J K ---- 111.111 Lot 1. :2 and 3 except W 80 ft. Blk 163 -- -- -- __ Ch-e.man. M V ..11 Lot. 8,. 11; I1 and 11 St. Cloud Bevels

f n. Lot '3 Block 17 ____u___-..__________ -- -- -. -- Matchley J S.. 2.2' Lot 14 Block 143 ______..._..____.___ __ -- __ _- Gutu, AV' .. '.110 Il D I." o
19 Lots I and 6 Illock 6------------------------ N..ltl.. A F ____ 11.48 Lot 23 Block 163 _______________.___: __ __ '__ __ Penn O W ____ 44.66 Lot II Bloc ISO --------.-----..--.- -- -- -_ __ Tlltone -___ 1.1' ,
d' .. Crass. F V.'' ____ 4.86 __ __ Lots 8. and 10 Block 111 ______ ._ __ St. lit,I I Iopment
Lots 1 and I Block .11 ____ __ -- -- Lots 23 and 24 Block 163 ___________. -- Penn T ______ 69 25 Cloud P.vII.
: Lots 111 and II Block III __--_-----._-- -- -- -- -- Tltton. I.D. '--- 18.11 Lots 7 and 8 Block 164. ______________ __ _. __ __ Tydman. R ____ 7.80 Co. __ 3.69
Lot I' Block 11 __-__..______ ________ -- -- -- -- B shard nA--__ 801 Undlv. % Int. In lots IS and 14 Blk 1641 ____ __ _Tllton, I B ____ 6.60 Lot 4 And I Block 111 -.---.____.___ -_ .:_ __ __ Nehl, A F ____ 1.1

, Lot 20 Block 11 ____________-________ -- -- -- -- __ a.G! Lot .22 Block 164 ____________________ __ __ __ _- Unknown ______ 6.60 Lot 11 Block tit ---Block------- -__ -- -_ _. __ Smith E. _____ I." }'0
r Lot 11 Block .7E _____________ -- -- -. -- Janes. 0 H ___. 1.01 Lots 16. 16. If.' 20. '21 and 23 Block 165 __ -- -- -- St. Cloud Development Lots 17. 18. II and II III ___.__ -_ _;. __ __. Emery A _____ '.11 1
.I .86 Lot. I, 11. 11 and 11 Block IU ___.__ __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud
Lot. 11 and 18 Block 7a-_____________ -- -- -- Bt.BavlsCloud ------ Co. _. 18.39 Bevels 4

F Lot 11 Block 1t _._________________._- -- -- -- -- ; : Bevels Lots 22. 23 and 24 Block 166 .___..____ __ __ -- __ St. Cloud Development opm..nt Co. __ .... i
Co. _. 2.118 Lot. 1. Block IU .
opment Co. __ 8.10 ---- Benn..tt m A __ 1.1'

Lot 11 Block 11 __________ -- -- -- -- St Cloud Bevel- fete 19 to 22 Inc.. Block 167 :._____,__. -- __ __ __ St. Cloud Development Lot. 6. 9 and 18 Block 338------------ -- -- -- -- St. Cloud D.rel ..
----- 8.10 Co.
opment Co. __ 1.18 Co. .. opment __ 2.4!
6 Lot 1& Block 131 __ ..__.________ __ __
St Cloud Development Lot. 1 to line. Block 167 Blubaunh, D 11.48 --- -- -- Weiden 8 E._ 1.01'
Lots 7. 8, 8 and 11 to 18 Inc Block 76._ -- -- -- -- Lot 17 Block IU ____.__.___..___;__ .. __ _
Co. __ 19,61 Lots T and 8 Block 167 ________. -- -- -- __ Unknown ____._ 4.IS - McQuillan. F __ 1.01 ,
I Lots 11 and IS Block 167----________. -- -- -- ._ Blubaugrh, H __ 1148 l.ot II Block IU _________._______ -- -_ __ __ Alen T R ___ 1.0.
... P. SVelrker'. B..I..e..a' Malt Lots I' and 10 Block 13. ___.________ __ __ __ Bt. -
Unknown ___ 1.511 Lot 12. if and 24 Block 118 ___ -- __ __ __ Taylor 2 ___. ..88 Cloud Bevelopment ,
h Lot 6 Block 18 ___ ______________ -- -- -- -- ---
Lots 4. 6. 8 and 7. Block 87 __________ -- -- -- -- Scarr F 0 ____ 4.86 Lots 8 and 4 Block 169 .1_______::::: __ -- -_ __ St. Cloud Development Co. ._- S.32 Lot 2 Block 281-----------------------. Walker A Co.m._.__ 1.1,11&' \

t Lots'__ -- St Cloud Bevels rots 21 and 22 Block 169 _____.______ -- __ __ __ Klrkwood. J C802 Lots I. 8 to 15 Inc., 10. II and 14. ..

opment Co. __ 8.89 Lot 17 Block 170 _________.____.____. __ __ __ __ Robbins. J J __ .75 Block 1811 -. Cloud D.vel. .
Lot 19 Block 170 _________.________._ __ __ Rosa, J K ___" 1.75 Co1.13
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__ Kllllleg\lne. 1 1.111 known
Lot 10. Block 81 ___.____ _________. __ -- Lot 20 Block 170 __ Hedler. C H ___ 1.75 Lot II Block IU ----.-----------.-- -- __ __ __ __-__ 1.'.
Lot 11 Block 81 ______u______________ _. __ _. __ Mul..r FJ 8 ---_ 1.1' Lots 1 and 2 Block 1724---------------------, AusUn.,1 A ___ 1.81 Lot II Block 111I .______..___________ _- ._ __ __ SG Cloud D..I.opm.nt .

1 Lots 1. 2. 4 and II Block 81 __________ __ __ ? St.opment Cloud Bevels Co. __ 1.89 Lot 7 Block 172 ________ _____.___I. .. __ __ .. Bwearenger P._ I.U Ca __ 1.11
__ Lot III Block In .- -". -.;.------. __ __ __ __ Tyner A ____
Lots 23 and 24 Block 1T2 _______ __ _' Curtain. P __ 1.81 __ 1.11
Lot I' Block .1 _______.a_____________ __ __ __ -- Cringer R G._ 1.19 Lot 2 Block ITS ___:___________.1.. __ __ __ _-_ St. Cloud Bevels- l.ot 15 Block Ill -------?_._____ __ __ -_ .._ Mor.e.J B 1.15
t" Lol. 1. and 10 Block 81 ___.__________ __ __ ? oudM L --- 1.11 opment Co. _. 1.49 Lots. 11 and '12 Block 117 ------___-__ __ -. __ __ Morgan R '-__? ....
Lots 11. III aDd II hock 840 ____._____ __ __. __ -- St.oJ>ment Bevel-Co __ 1.1' Lot 11 and 12 Block ----------Davis. 8 H __n I.U Lots U. 10 and II Block UI -------- __ __ __ __ gG Cloud ..Pe..1.opm.nt .

1,4- Lot 8 Block 1T4 _____________________. '__ __ __ Bt Cloud Development Ca.e 4.ee
__ Hathaway C P. 1..11
Lots 8. 9 and 10 Block It _.__________ -- Co. .. .49 Lots 17 sod 18 Block 118 .---.-..--.- __ __ __ __ Unknown ______ I..e
____ ________________ __ __ __ Unknown ---_-_ 1.18 1811 .. .
Block 8. Lot 1 Block : __ _
Lot 14 __ __ __ __ Fryburg J L 1.82 Lot t Block ITf ___..-__-__........... __ __ _- __ St. Cloud Development --- ----- --------- __ Bt. Cloud Devel.opment .
Lots 111 and II Block 9.4 _______-______ Co. _. 1.49 Co. 1.11

Lot. II and II Block BIll ._____________ -- -- -- -- aucett'd BevelBevels.11 E 1." Lot t Block 175 ________________._.__. __ __ -- __ Unknown ______ 1.18 tote 11 and 14 Block 140 ----.-----.- -_ __ __ __ Unknown ______ .11
r .r-Lot. 4. d and B Block., U .-------?---- -- -- -- -- opment: Co. __ 1.16 Lot 6 Block 175 ..............______ .- __ "-- -- Miller M E ... I.U Lot. I. 11 and II, Block ill ---------- __ ._ __ __ 8t. Cloud locale "r

:; Lot 16 Block 175 ______________ _:.__. .. -_ __ __ Hart F _____. 1.18 opment Ca __ .Ie
St. Cloud Bevels :1
Block 8. _.___.__.____________ -- -- Lot I Block IU ___ __ __ __ ' ,
Lot.1 opment Ca __ 1.4' Lot 19 Block -1711 ________________. __. __ __ -- __ Slater Oeo. __.. 1.18 ------ ------- -- -_ Unknown ___.._ I.'.
Lot XI Block _._ __ St. Cloud Development Lot 10 Block IU ------------------------S __ __ Banter, F A __ 1.1'
1T6 __...._..__.___ -- -
Smith, H 1.1' .
Lot I Block 86 ______._-_____-_______ -- ---- Co. __ 1.41 Lot II Block 141 -----------------_-- __ __ __ __ Newcombe 8 C._ 1.1' 9 4
Block _____.._.._____________ __ -. -- -- Furman R ---- 1.111 Lots 10 to II Ina 'Block 141 .. __ _
11 __
Lot 6 __ Bt. Cloud _
__ Hopke. H 4 1.1' Lot 6 Block 177 ____________________ .. _. .. .. Thatcher. 8 B.. 1.18 ?----- Bevel.Lots
Lot 11 Block 86 ________._____________ -- -- -- ----. Lots 6 and 7 Block 177 Gardner 8 ____ .It opulent C0. __ 1.1G
Lots 1 aDd I Block 87 _.?____________ __ __ -- 'St. Cloud D..vel.opment II and 1. Block 1.1...._______?__ __ .._ Geer W H ._ ..
Co. __ 1.11 Lot 9 Block 177 .._____...__ __._____.. .. .. .. .. Luce C A _._ 1.18 t ? ..
Clark. J K 1.1' Lot IS Block 177 .__?-"__-.,?__.L___. .. __ .. Johnson. A E _. 1.11 Lots 11. II, II and I' BlocK Ifl _____ __ _- __ 8t. Cloud De".I
t Lot t. Block 81 __________________ =-- -- St Cloud Bevel.y ---.. Lot S Block 178 __._____.._........ .. .. .. ..Jullan: O W w_. 1.1B. 2 opment Ca __ .IT
_.________ __ _____ -- - Lots U. U U. 10 12 aDd I. Blk IU
Lot 2 Block $3 ? ? opment Co. __ 1.49 Lots II and 14 Block 180 _......_.. .. __ '__ Bt Cloud navel _ St. Cloud DI"el.. .
Co. _. I.U. opmlilt Ca __ 18.1'
Lot IS Bloc $9 ___.________________ -- -- -- .... St.opment Cloud Devei-Co. 1.49 Lots- 11 and It Block. 111 :___.__-__.. __ _.. .. St.opment Cloud-Devel Lots 1 to 3 Ina, and 11 to II Ino.LBlk y
opment Co. _. I." au --------------?----------- _ 8t. Cloud BevelsLob .
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Lot I. Block $9 and Lots.16.17_1B__.d -- -- Tucker, -- Lot 10 Block 181 _________________ __ __ __ _. Unknown ....._ l.n opmlnt Co.. 11.1'
Lots 1 to I Ina .. W ____ I." to II 1110., Block 'U'-------- _ 8t. Clou4 De".1.,
... St Cloud Devei. Lot 14 Block 181 _____________ _.. __ .. Heller '
31 Block .0 ___._______?-_______ -- oDment Co. __ 7.17 Lot 13. 1.. 10 Block 111LotlT _______... .._ .. __ _. _. Bt. Cloud Development Co. ._- 6.XIH Lot. I to 1 Ina. anti U. 11 anti 11 to ,,mss" 1.0, i W1 i.k. opmlilt Co. -. .1.10

__. ._: __ Runkl.. :J H.._ 1.1' I''IDo. Block I.' '' "
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.Lot II Bldck -.r. Block 111 ....._.. ..__ _ tilts A IS ------- _ 8t, Cloud Bevelopment .
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Block/l __ __ __ __ Holmes P .J __ 111.11 ? ""
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Lots 1 to 11 Ino. Lot II Block 181 ___...___._. _.j Unknown"____! I.U Co. It.'.
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Lot 17 Block II --- -?-- _ Brlndenbaucb ,:
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Bt Cloud D.velopment Lot 8, If and *8 Block 184 ...____ ... __ _. St Cloud ,t
and 11 Block II ___ __ -- -- -- u
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Co. __ I." ? 18 Ii n tI.a
Lots I. 1, I. U. U. 1,1 anti
Lot 8 Block 184 __ _ King WO....... I.U .
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t Lots 11 and II Block __ - Co. I.U Lot It Block IU "_ -_-.- _ ?. Fhoe6e,- A __. I.U III, Block I.t r __ M St Cloud D..I.

';.. Lot 29 'Block; 14 _. .._.._- - 'M .M -. Cater. .A M 1.11j Lota II and 30- Block 134 ._......... _ Corbatt T F -- 654I _. -. - -. ,_ opment Co, ., lt.it

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p Lot. U. 14. 11 and 11to;, It 1.., Block Lot I Block 116r..-.______-_-_...._._. _. _. ._ ... UnknowD _.____ 1.0a Lot 1, 1..11. .. t, and 10 Block 409 ..... :.. .r. .. -. St Cloud Dec vel... 14.19"S.9 ,

141 __....._.....__.._?.___.._--._ __ __ .. .r 8t. Cloud B.v.1 Lou III .nd JI Block 116 .__-__....-_ -_ -. ?' ..._ Cory V I. _..._ 1.'& St.opment Cloud Devel.opment O. .
opmM'lt Ce. .:_ ,11.1' 1o1. 6. 4. S 11. 117. I., 1.. 11."Dd Lot.1 to I Inc., and Lot 10 Block. : 410.. ... _. .. -. t" .
I II all_ ': I' Block 118 _._._...__-.___._____.-.. _- __ '_. _.. SL Cloud Df'vel- .J.. . '. Co. -- ,)
D322. Btoek 111 1neNli.l2.lS ..' Lot 7 Block 410 _........ .. .. .. Snow J D .... ..5
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Co.: u "..71AU Lot. n. 12 U. U. 3$. 11. U. and U pme.nt Lot to 10 Inc. Block 411 ............ .. .. .w w Development : .. 4.43 .

oseopt Lot II lock 16t .__.___._.. .. ._ ,_ 8t. Cloud l>.veJ. Block 111 ____..-._._._.____-_...-. -_ -. .. .-_ 8t. Cloud Devel. Development Co. .?.
Block 41S .. ....... .. St. Cloud
opm.nt Co .. '..11 opment Co ._ 6.11 Lot 1 to. 18 Inc., ?.Oo -

Lou I to 10 1na.. except Lot 7 BUe 262.. .;;. .. .. __ Cloud C.Vel. Lot 1 Block .17 _.____.:..-.__-__..:..-. _-. -. _. _.. Aulst H n____ 1.01 Co. ... S380
opm..nt. 11.48 Lot 1 Block a17 __ .____ _-__:.-.. _. _. __ _.. En.-llob,, J D __. 1.02 Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 4il -...--.... -- -. .- .. St CIOUdtDcev..l.. II.10 t
Lots 1. and I' Block 161 ._..._...... __ __ _. ._ Perkins Ii B 4.JI Lou I. 7. 3. 14. 1&, 11 to II Ina. I. and '4 i
Lott 4. I and S Block Ii' ..._...._... .-_. .. _. _. St opm..nt Cloud Devei.. ....... 24 Block III __...__..__ ___.____._ ._ ._ _. .. St. .Cloud Bevel.opmsnt Ca -.. '.81 Lot. 1 to 16- Inc, Block 414 ...._._... .. .. ._ .-t St.opment Cloud IcJeveJ' I'.I* .1.1 I

.Lot.I to U. lax. Block 151 _.___ : ..- gton, Lot. 1 and I Block 111 _______.._____ _. '_. ... .... March C II __- 1.6 Lot. .1 to 1* inc.. Block 415 .....-.....,- ,. .. .. .., St. Cloud DC.Vel. 111'.
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? .__ n.6' Lou II, 8. 1. II, 1.. 11. I.. 16, 13. 1.. 10. I opment Devei. f

Lot I. Block 16. _..__...........__+_.. ,. +. ._ .. Kingan .1 8 ... 1.7& 22. and I. Block 11. .-__._-_._....-- _. _. __ -- 8t. Cloud DeveJ. .Ii Lota.,1 to 10 Inc., Block 416 .......... ?. .. .. .... St.opment Cloud Co. .. 1...,..to. "
4 Lot II Block Iii ..._________.__:..... ... ., r- __ Ferrell M M.._ 1.1& opme..t It.. I Bock\i
I 17 and 11 Block 2U .... __ ... .. _. St Cloud D.vel Lot '10 Block U. -___.__ Rt..dden. 'B._ 1.02 Lot 1 to 10 Inc., 417 .......... .. _. .. -. St. Cloud DCevel.III'.
4 Lou 7, U. +
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Optn"Dt Co. 1.18 Lou .1, 4. 8, 7. I. and 14 Block'330-----------8t. Cloud Ikvel opment
DeVelopment .
1.111 .Co.J _. 402carter I Inc Block 41S ........ ._ _. St. Cloud
._ ......: __ .. Reevrs' oPJlM'nt Lot. 1 to 10 'Oo. --
Lot .0 Block 264 __ dFJD---j-
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.i..r.. _+.._... ._ .. .. Bt C ou Lot 1. Block .110 : '..._ _.:I. _-' _4' . P -......,... 1.02 Co.
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Lot 1. Block .61 _. ._-+. - Cev. .12 1----------------- 388Blok .. St. Cloud Development -
opm.nt ... 1 Lou I. I. 4 11. Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 411 ... .. .. ? .. .. ,
I W (1.. 1.91 321 _..._._. ._._ ___.__ _. .. .. _. _. St. Cloud Bevel: Co. .. 15.45S5
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Lot 1. Block __... .+ .?. -..- + -. KIDPj Development opm..nt Co", ;_ '.01 J Lot*' 1 to 5 Inc., Block 420 ..:._....- _._ _. .. _. St Cloud Devel.opment ....
Lot.U. IJJoek IU -" -."-- -. --": Co. _: U2 Lot 3 Block .11 .___-__--_u_.__-.__.. __ .?: .._ _. ruIT.rIf\ l0 J.'I ('0. ... .
I' and U Blk 261 .. .. .- 8t Cloud Dcevel., Lou II, I. 14. III, I' and 17 Block 222.---------. 8t. Cloud Development I Lot 1 to line.,. Block 4S1 .--..-.__. .. _. ... _. St. Cloud Devel.opment .1
Lot. 1.. u. 1.. 11..1'. .. opment ....1 Co." _. 4.0' I III. Co. .. 2.5k I

r and II Block 168 .... . _. 1-. _- St Cloud Devei. Lot 14. 16. and II Block 12. _.__.. __ __ _. ._ St Cloud Bevel- j Lot. 1 to 10 'Inc., Block 422 .......... ,. ... :. .. St. Cloud Development . ,.
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LoU 1..11.. II. opment Co.- I.61 opment Co ._. 2.11 : '' Co. -. 16.."

_..._.........,.'.,...... I>evel. Lets 1 and' Rloek '.2. _.;..___-..__... -. __ .., .Batton 8 L ._ 7.80. Lot 1 to'10 .Inc., Block 428 .----..._-- -. .. ,... .- St. Cloud Devel. f fopment
Lot I Blot'k 16. r. d.Bl.pCloudn .. ,..1 Lots 17 and 18 Block Co 16.45
.0. 'I' .____._.-.-. -_ .. __ _. Brlnd..nbaugh Bevelopment
P 3.811 Inc. Block 424 ...._...... ..' .. _. St. Cloud "
IU .. __.. ,.. DeveI1.66 Lot. 1 to 10 ? ? '
Lou 17 .nd 1. 21 and 23'131k 268..- ._ .. .. BtbCloud Lot.7. I. 1 and n Block r32/----------,, _. J-_ _- St CI''ud-D"e"t'; : Co. -. 15.45 ,
8. 11. 12, 16. u. 'opment Co _.. ...1 i opment Ca ... 1.1 Lot -! to 10 Inc.. Block. 425 _......-__ -. '.. .. .. St. CIOud.ICev.-.! ..
i and U Block 181..'' __ _. St. Cloud D.ve.oDrnent Lot 1. Block .1. ._... ___ _. _. _. ._ Mullaney J _.-_ 1.01 '' 16'.. )J'
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ll Lots I, '. 14. U. Co _. ..O. Lot I to -10 Inc..' and 11. 30 and 11' Lot 1 to 10 |nc. Block 426 ...--...-- '... .. .. .-';' St. Cloud Development '

I I Block Z.1 _.. "_ ..._. .__......- .. ._ _. Green. ; L--. __ 1.02 Block 3I rBe.: .Clou Dove- Co. __ 15.45
I, J.ot 181 ____- __?______?__...____.__ ._ .. -._ Fugelt J B -... 1.01 Co. ; 1.02 Lot 1 to IS Inc,' Block 427. ........... _. .. _.. __ St. Cloud Development
Lot I Block -Merrell. I
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and I. Block 262--... __ __ .. 8t. Cloud D.velr .' Lot I' Block .11 ____-_..._._-____.__ __ __ _. : DO.. Co. ..
Lot. 8. .. .I. 10. -- opm.nt GO. ._.. ...'J Lots 1. I and S to 17 Inc. excep13: and Lot I'to 8 Inc..,, Block .418 ......_.__ .. .. _. .._ St. Cloud Development 1
I 16 Block 127 __. __.. .. : _' __ 8t. Cloud' Bevelopment I Co. .. 13.30Lots "
St. CloutS > _.__ ,
1 9 11 SI ,.1 10. .Block IU__ :, .. +-r ?- ? .
Lot .. I. . \' 'Oo t' opm..nt CQ. el- 4.06h o Co. .. 7.67 1 to 8 InC'., Block,, 421 .......... .. ... .. .'_ St Cloud Devel.opment .r .... I 11

I Block III ..__......_.__!..._._._..... __' _. .:. ..., Newe1L F___.-. 1.01 Lot I'Blot'k .27 -.____-.....__.__-._.. -_ __,, '_: ..._ Manter. FIf\ :__ 1.03 Co.Devel. 18.S or' Y
., Lot I' and II to I. Inc.. Block IU .... "__ __ .... -... St. Cloud Covet- Lot. 4 and 6.Blo827 __.._-.-.--.... _. :..-4.-. _: Finley. 11M.. 1.61i Lot 1 to 6 Inc,, Block 430 .--_...-__ ,_ ..: _r .' ... St. Cloud !
r Lou opm..nt '.62 Lot U. Block 127 ..__._._.-.__.-__..__ ? i.-.<___ ._ Foster; A J:? 1.02 J I., ' opment Co. .. s.te
? Lots I and 1 IU .._.?___._._. .. _. .. __ Mcoeachin Jae J.III Lots I. I. I. 1. 7. I. 10. 11. 12 I., I' .. Lot* 1 to 4 Inc. Block. 431 ......,... _."' .:.. _.' ..- St. Cloud Devel.opment J
Lot 6 Block 114 Block_:......._.+-.___._--... .. _. __ .. erh.m. A 0 _. 1.01 and 17. Block .2. .?_____..____.___._ __ _- -_ .. St. Cloud Devel-. I Co. ... 3.22
Block 214------------------------------ Btevemoo. 0 .:.. 1.02 Cloud ,. _.. 781opment Lot. S and 4 Block 432 ...I.......... .. .. .. _. St. Cloud Devel.opment "
Lot I Block 1.4 _.______....._.._._.__._ ... I_. _. Kochler Wm. 1.02 Lot 7 Block .1. rSt: n..vel- ,. n +I. iCo. .. u..0
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l..ot. 11 and 17 Block .264 _.__.;.__._. ._ __ __ __ Fraley 8 W -.. 1.11 Co. __ 1.8' I Lot 4 Block 414 .._.;._...._........... .. ., __ _- St. Cloud Development ... )
1.112 Lota rand 4 Block 12. : Unknown 1.88 Co. .....
Block II' W C .___....__. -.. -- -- -
Lot II IIi .. Cloud Development Lot II Block .11 _-________..._._____. .. __ _- ._ 1Jaum. U _ I.U' Lots 1 to < Inc, Block 436 ...-......... _. .. -_" .. St. Cloud Devolopment ..
Block
'l Lot 11 Co. __ I.'. Lot. 1I..n and II Block .2. __......__.... .. __ _.. __ lIammon". 11 ii I.U Co. __ I..,..

Lou I. 6 and IS to 1. Ina Block .U_. ._ ._ .. _. I St.opm..nt Cloud Co el.. 4.0. Lot 1. Block 130 ____-___.._??____. -. _. -- St..j- ::loud Bevel.opment Co. .::_- 1.12 Lot 2-to 6 Inc., .Block' 4S7 ...._....... .... ,_. .. j__ St. Cloud Development Co. .. IS.61

Lot I Block 21. ; _. ... _. Klnlt. L 0 ____ 1.01 Lot 11 Block ISO ..._.-.__.-..__..... _. __ _. ._ Clauseen L E_. 1.0' Lot 1 to t Inc. Block 43S ............. ._-: .. _. .- St. Cloud Development _- *
lot 11 Block 26------------------------- .. __ alree Wm ___ 1.02Bevel lot 8 Block 581 __"'__._ _...._. _.__... _. _- _- __ (taker. 'S _.____ 1.2 \\I' Development Co. JS.9
8t. Cloud 3 R ____ 1.11' Lot 1 to 8 4nc. Block 439 _..._....... .. .. __ St. CloUd
Lots I. I and I Block 267 .._.._.._... ... ... .. .- Lot. 11 and 111 Block 83-------------------- T..ylor. ? Co. _. 18.39-
opment Co. __ 212Lot Lot. 1. I. a. 17 and 11 Bloc32 :_ _, ._ _. __ St. Cloud Bevel.oDrnent .
10 Block 117 -r--__._...._ _. __ __ Flarln, J P ____ 1.02 CO. ._ I.n Lot 1 to 'S Inc.) Block 440 .-__.__.-.-,, .. '_ __ _. ..St. Cloud Devel. .14.30,

Lot. 1. I. 14 and 18 Block 2U .___... _- '_. ,. ._ 8t. Cloud Development Lot 8 Block 88. _..._-...... ..____._. .s _.. _. _. 'Ryan, .J J u___ J.02 Opment Co. -.
Co __ 2.9' Lot 10 Block 883Lot. ____ ___.._-__... .__.." ... ._ .._ __ 'arr. J ________ 1.01 Lot 1 to 10 Inc.:, Block 441 ?,.__..... .. '.. __ _.. St Cloud. Development __ 4.4J

I. Lot I Block In ________;.____._______. .. __ _.. ... Palmer J C -__ 1.02 1 ,.. 17 and II Block au ._____ _. _. ..__ __ 8t. Cloud Deveiopment Co.
1 lot 10 Blot'k 288 _________-____-- .. ._ __ r_ Unknown ______ 1.02 Co. __ 2.8 Lot 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 442. ........... _. ... ,. e. Glnn. W ATruetee __ __ 4.43
18. 20. 12,23. and Lot 8 Block 821 __ __ .. _. ._ __ ,._ Clark. 7 K 1.01 -
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Lots 1. 2. 18. '
1 __ _.. ._ St Cloud O..v"l. 1----------- _. '_ St. Cloud Development Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 441 ...._...+. .. .. _- Glnn. W A
2.. Block 1511 _________.__ _- .- -. _. -_ -. opm..t Co. __ 6.66Lot Lot 7, U. 14 16. 4- _. + Co. .oe Trustee ...... 4.4X

21 Block. 268 __,,_ __._.:__ __ _. ._ ._ 1I.ad. to' 71 ----. 1.02 Lot. 10. 11 and II'BJock 314 _-_-__._.. _. ._. ,,_. ._ Linderman M A 2.U Lot 1 to 10 Inc. Block 444 .......... ... .. ..... .. 8t. Cloud Development Co. _. 4.43:
/ All except Iou. I. U.. 11 and 20 nlk. 270 ...'. __ u ._ St. Cloud 1)evelopment Lot. '7. 8. 9 J.. It and 111 Block a3' ____, .- rSt.. Cloud Devel- wel.
Co. -- 11.78 opment Co. __ 4.01 Lot 1.to 10 Inc., Block 445 .......... .. .. .. .. St Cloud U

I. All Lot 4. 1 and 16 Mock 111_ '.. __ __ __ St. Cloud Ievelopmenl l..ot.l to 1. Inc Block .111 __ heed, a II n__ 1.86 opment Co 4.4E
except Development
t, Co. __ 12." Lots 1 to I. Inc., Block 888 __ ._ u.___ __ ._ .... ._ St, Cloud Deveiopmenl Lot. 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 444 _..__..,-_ ... .. .. _. St. Cloud. Co. __- 4.4gLot :
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6. I. 18 to 18 Inc. and 'U Co. __ II.J'
t.? J.ot.to 2.1. Ille.I. Block I. 272 __uu._____._._. ... ._ ._ __ 84 Cloud Deveh Lot 16 Block *a. ____.. . ._____ ..... ._ .__ _. Cobler J 11 ___ 1.02 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 447 _.__.__..... .. .. '.. -_.-' St. Cloud Development Co. _l._ 15 45IS ..1. -
epment Co. __ 8.02 Lot. 1. 2. 8 and II to 11 XI''It I..ot 4-
_______ _____ ._ Unknown 1.02 __ __ ._ St. Cloud P.eelopment Lot 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 448 .__..__.. ._ .. .. .- St. Cloud Development
Lot I Block .112 ________ u __ ._ ------ Block 817 ________________. ...o- 0 .___ ,, O ,. __ .458 -

Lot. .. 4. 10. 11. 17 to 23 Inc.. Blk 273.---------- St. Cloud D..veJ.opm..nt fI R4J..ot. 11 Co. __ '.87 Lot. 1 to 10 Inc, Block 449 ....____.. _. .. .. __ St. Cloud Development
Co. __ 6 8 10. 11, 12. 14. end 16. __ .1O
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15.22.13Handk247Block _274__,_---.._ -- ....__ .___ -_ StrCloud 0 o..v..lopm..nt u_- 1.2 Ok 13.8 -' ._ '$t. Cloud nnelopment Cn. __- 609LolI Lot 1 to 10 Inc., Block 460 .__...... .. '__ .. ... 8t Cloud l Development _ 810
Lot. ( _
Co" __ 6.IC to 4 Ine.. Block 818 .____-______ __ __ __ __ 1oIurltt C W __ 2.66 0.
__ ._- __ ._. LtwII..y.If\ ____ 1.6& Lots 1 to 10 Inc., Block 461 _-._____u .. ? ._ ._ St. Cloud Development
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Lot. IS to U Inc.. Block 176 ____u.._- _- ._ __ ._ St Cloud 1)evelOpmcnl IttP 17 and II Block 1188 .. . 0_' LMopment
Co. __ 16.08 Lot. 4. 6. 8. 8. 9 and 11 Block 81. ____ __ __ __ ._ 8t. Cloud Doveopment Co.rt. i'
Co. __ 4.e6 Lola 1 to 10 Inc., Block 452 .......... .. .. .. __ St. Cloud
Lot. U. U and U. Block IU _______-._ .. ._ __ __ Bt Cloud Development Co _.. 4.4..
.' Co. __ 6.18 Lot I Block 339 ._-_______.--_______- __ __ __ -. St. Cloud'D.velopmenl -
. Lots 1 to 10 Inc. Block 461 St. Cloud Development .
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J.ot. E and 4 Block 278 __..___._...._.. __. ... _. ._ FaJ.r. C _____. I.JIJ.ot Co. __ 1.12 -. CO. _. 4.44
1.92 I.ot. I and 3 Block 129 __.._,___ __ _. ._ __ _. Foster T R ____ 1.66
J' Block 111. _____..._____ ___._ KI.kaddln. A -
10 Inc. Block 464 .._ ... .. Development
1 Cloud
Lots to _. .. .. St.
y 889 __ ._ __ __ W L._ P tit
Lot I' Block 177 ..__..._____.__ --... -_ .. ._ St. Cloud Developmen Lot. 17 and 18 Block .__._.______ Bartlett Co. __ 4 44 "
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tCo. __ 2.21 Lola 1 and I Block .40 _____.________ ._ __ __ _.: n __ 16&
Lot 1 Block 27. _..______.________._1.. ._ _. _. _. St. Cloud Deveiopmen tote 8 and I Block a40 ___._.._____... _. .__ __ __ Holm. P .J__._ 1.63 Lot 4, 6 and 6. Block 466\ ._.._..-..... .. .. .. __ St.opment Cloud Devil Co. .. 1.85-

tCo __ 1.2' Lot IS Block 141 .-.--.---------..--- .- .- -- -- St Cloud Bevel.opment Lot 6 Inc Block 454 .__...... .. D.vel-
Ca _: 1.11 1 to ._ ... ,.. .. St. Cloud
1 and 10 Block 111 ... 8t. Cloud Bevelopment .
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Lot. I. r. 3 9ft
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Co.6.63 Lot. I. 4. 5 and 8 Block 341 .____.__ _:- __ ._ Orr..J _._ _____ 16. opment
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Lot. I' end 1. Block 27. _._..__..... "' __ RIcha an.W J._ I..t Lot 10 Block 84. ______._____,,_._..._'" _. __ .._ .. Holmes. P J____ 1.01 Lot 1, 2 and 1 Block 467_....;...,...,. ... .. ." .. .. St. Cloud Dev Co. _Ittpment .- 1.85-

I Lot 10 IUock n. -______.-:._._...__, -.. -_ __ .._ --. l.t2 Lot II Block 343 __._-____-_-._____-._ __ __ ... __ St. Cloud Development Lot 1 and 2 Block 458 ..........:.... .. .. .. __ St- Cloud Development .
Lot I' Block 1.1 ______.--___________ _. ._ ... _. St Cloud Bevel.opment Cn. __ 1.11 Co. _. >4...
Co u l.e6 Lola t. I and I alock 14. --------------------r' Fountain, 51 __ 1.12 Lot 1 and 2 Block 476 ....'.......... .. ... .. _. St. Cloud Devel.opment . i
Lot I Block 181 _.____..__:.___..____.. .. .... _. _. Dine. Wm 1'1' __ 1.116 Lot. 1 and 4 Ilock a4. -____.____..__ .- __ -_ __ St Cloud Development Co. sir
Lot. I' and II Block IRt -____n____- u __ __ __ wars D C _. 2.66 Co __ 1.811 Lot 1, 2. 8 and 4 Block 477 .......... ._ .. ., ._ St. Cloud Bevel.Lots ,
Lot. 17 and 18 Block 28. _..._______. __ ._ ._ __ SDlcer M E ____ 2.86 Lot 3 Block 'U -____-_..__-._________ __ __ __ __ Poole n .J ____ 1.02 opment Co. .. ......
Lot II and 1. Block 28. _._______.._ .. __ ._ ,_ S4 Cloud Devei Lot 7 Block a4. ___.:.___.---___.-__... __ __ __ _. Unknown ______ 1.02 1 to 4 Inc., Block .7. ............. _. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development I
opment Co. __ 2.91 Lot 10 Block 'U _________.____...._. __ __ __ _. Unknown ______ 1.02 Co. .. ..100 f
Lot 3 Block 188 "._.______.__.. __ __ __, .,. Balker W A ____ 1.66 Lote J to J. Inc. Block 141 __...__.-___ __ -_ __ _._ St. Cloud n..vel. Lot 1 to 8 Inc.. Block 479 _.__.___.. .. .. .. __ St Cloud Development iI I
Lot lock 288.-___._____.-..__.. _. __ __ .. .M ___ 1.1111 opm..nt Co. __ 8.10 Co. _. 1104
Lot.4.B and 6 Block 18. -_______..._.. -. __ _. __ St Cloud Development Lola I. I, I and I. to 14 Ina except Lot Lot 1 to 4 Inc.. Block 480 _...._:... .. _. .. __ St. Cloud Devel.opment '1
Co _.. 2.96 9 Block .47 _--_._..-___ _-_______. -_ __ __ __ St. Cloud n.v.l Co. __ '.'$ .
Lot 4 Block! 18. ___._.__..___....- Booth It ______ 1.66 -\ .' opment Co. __ 7.7 Lot 1 and 2 Block' 608 ....__......... .. .. .. St. Cloud Devcl
Lot. I and 9 Block 114 Hobert.'F M __ 2.8' Lot 9 Block ..1 ___________________.__ _. -_ _- _. Unknown ______ 1.02 ? : I.'. -4,
Lot II Block 114 _.j--------------------- Kerhl, A .J ___. 1.116 AU except: Lot. 8 and 111 Block 348------------ 8t. Cloud DoveCo ). Clod Devei. 1.
Block 609 .
Lot 1 to 6 Inc., ............ .. ,. '.. _. St.
Lot. 1. I. I. 6.10. II and u: block 11I11_ '__ .- .. -_ St Cloud nev..J.opm..nt bpm..nt __ '.117 opment Co. _. '.IIP
Co. __ 1.13 Lot. 16 Block 'U ____._ .__.._.__ ._ __ Palmer J 1.01
r- Lot. 1 to S Inc. Block 610 _._......_ .. _. .. __ St. Cloud Development
Lot .. Block 186 _.:_..:...-.____.._._._ ,__ -r Lyon G '__ -_ 1.02 Lots 1 to 4 Ina Block.4. _._.__---.__ ,. "'_ __ __ St.. Cloud Beret. -- Co. .. 3.35
Lot 111 Block 186 ____..___.,.y_..._.___.. .,- r, T, We..land. M A_: 1.02 JiA..!.' Lot II Block 2811 0_._.--r a :,W..el..nd..J .W_. '1.02 Lots 1 to I Ina; Block au"' t..* 'h'- Oom.., A R __.' .86 Lots 8le..r.'o. ( to 10' Ina, -, --: .:----( -"-'iAo.M'-...-......- . .. St- Cloud Devel. i,
Lots U. 11 antS.(/. Block 281 Bt)Cloudlfevll.I ,t'ij\j Lot. Jl to IIn Block 8&7 StrCloud Bevelv , ," I opment Co. 1785.

'J. it opm.nt Co 1.42 > so.tllta. !';,, opment.. Coo. ) ;- r'l\otll(;\ Lot. 11 to 10 !Ino ... _. .. _. BtsCloudslerel! t
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Lot 17 b Tralvlll.., M 1.02 Lake .....t fA..ItI.. t. .... (:Ie.._ '. c} ,W-1J opment Co. 11 t. .',

Lot 11 Block i. 186 _s a Davie 8 1.02 Lots 1 to 6 Inc Block 111 8U1Cloud :pev el"'JIrMI + Let. 21 to .0 Ina .._ ..._..,.,..__ + StA ('Ioud DevelopmentlCa l- i'
Lou 1 to Ii Inc.1 and \7. 1..1,1 19_and J20 opment Co.1 I.ULot. .. 65.SSLot ,
.' Block 287 -____-_\__.::_ ..____............ Bt Cloud n..vel- I 1, 2, a, 8, 9 and 10 Block 162 ,._. .,. 8t.CJoud 'I>evel. Lot 3lUoT40 I lncF-._.__?._.___-__...Sf.iKSIK iiKX 8U Cloud 'Devel-.
opment Co. __ C.1I8 opment Co: __ 9.1i7 . "i ,'." -, ...... "-.n--P m, JXin, f IT* opment Co _. 44.90
Lots Sand JO Block 287 _--_-__-_____. __ __ __ __ Hea.lons W A_. 1.61 Lot. 4. 6. 6 and 7. Block 162 __.__..___ _. -_ __ __ Bohlayer .John '..::1 41 _.__.?___._.._.___..__.....__, .. .. .. .. .St. Cloud Development -
Lot I' Block 287 ._____-_______ ___+__ __ _. __ __ Herache. W p__ 1.02 Lot. 1 t'o 10 Inc. Block 881. __._..-.__ __ __ __ -_ Bt Cloud Bevels Co _. '7.IT
Lots U. 183 and It Block 21i7 ___ .____ __ __ __ __ Heagrave. D H.St opment Co. 16.411 Lot 63 ................................ .. .. -_ .. Unknown _____? '7.07
Lots I, .. 0 and 11 Block 288 __.__..._ __ __ __ __ Ht Cloud Development Lot. 1 to 1(1( Ine. Block le4 ___._.______ .. ._ __ __ St. Cloud n.ve1. Lot 63 ....... ....................... .. .. .. .. Vandenbdrir.! _- 29 UK
Co __ 1.18 opm.nt Co. __ 16.411 Lot 68 ._.____I________.___.._____.___ __ -, __ -. Zolrleh. F L -. 7.0T
Lot I Block 280 _-_______ __-_ __ __ W..t. lot A _ 1.1'11 Lots 1 to 10 IlIc.. Block 866 ______..._ _. ._ __ __ 8t. Cloud D..velopm..nt Lots 77, 78 and 80 _._._.-.::_....-..____ __ .. __ .. Bt. Cloud Devel.
Lot 6 Block 288 ____ -_____----- __ -- -_ __ Unknown __-_-_ 1.02 Co. __ 111..11 opment Co. _. 10.00
I Lots 9 and 10 Block 388 -____n___ __ __ __ __ Klump.J B ___ 1.66 Lola 1 to 10 IIIC., Block 8ell .-._.._.___ __ ._ __ ._ St Cloud p..velopm..nt Lots.tl and tl -' St. Cloud Development
Lot. 11 and 11 Block IBI __n________ __ __ ._ __ Hackeratt 0 W J.66 Co _. 15.411'' Co. __ 11.78 I
Lot I' Block 2811 ____________________ __ _. __ __ 81. Cloud Deveiopmenl Lots 1 to' 10 Inc? Block 3e7 ______-___.. _. .- __ __ 8t. Cloud Devei Lots 83 to 90 Inc. ---.-..-...-.--...-- .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development
('0. 1.32 opm..nt ("a. __ 1'.11 Co, __ 44.85

Lot. .. 8. 11. IS and II 13loclf 290------------ St. Cloud n..vt'l- Lots 1 to JO In., Block .es _.___..-._-_ ._. -. __ __ St. Cloud Bevel.opmeat Lola 91 and 93 ____?-.......?___.._ ...' .. __ .. St. Cloud Development
.pm..nt Co -- '.62 Co. __ 21.80 Ca. __ 11.7
Iota 1. .. 11. 13. H. 18. U. 20 and 28 I "I' ," Lots 1 to JO Inc.. Block .10 _____.____ .. __ __ __ St Cloud Bevel.Lot. Lot. 96 to '100 Inc. _______-._u_______. ._ .. __ .. St. Cloud Development
Block IU n____________________ __ __ _. __ __ Rt. Cloud Deveinpment opment Co. __ 11.60 Co. __ 28.11
Co. t8 J. 2, 8 and 4 Block .n ______n.. ._ __ .- .- 8l. Cloud DevslInt. Lots 101 to 105 Inc. ______......::::____ ._ .. __ .. St. Cloud Development
Lot t Block 29t _________.__nm.. __ __ __ __ Raldwln. 1' :: opm..nt Co. __ 1.04 ('0. :_ .1.19
Lot I 1IIock ::::91 _______________.. .__ _- __ u ._ Melbourne. Wm J.03 II and. Block a71 -.-------...-.- __ __ _. __ John 0 _______. 11.60 Lots 106 to 110 Inc. ___.._....___..... .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development ,
Lot II Block 211 _____ ___.____. .____ __ -_ __ __ Wllllame. W T 1.02 1.0t. 9 and 10 Block 871 __n____..__. __ _. .. ... Coon 1V D M__ Ii.eo Co. _:: 20.91
Lot 7 Block It! _____ .___ ._ .__. ..__-_, rUrknown ______ 1.02 N 60 ft. of Lot I Block 812 ___.__-___ .. __ __ ._ Poole Emma __ 8.19 Lots 111 to 111 Inc. ______.....___.... .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development
Lot 16 Block 291 .._ _. __ __ Hood T --------1.0 BLot\.!, 2 Block 874------------------------ Ouslus A W 1.76 Co __ 14....
Lot II Block 291 _________. ...- _. ___ _. __ ._ __ Potter JJ ____ 1.02 Lots 1 .1. 9 and 10 Bloc376 ___..-__- _-' _. __ _. //3t. Cloud Development Lot 117 118 and 120 _..;...___...-... .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development
Lola 8 .and 11 Jlloek 2112 .. .._.. .. ..._ ._ _- .- .- St Cloud' Devel- Ca 1t.0. Co. _. 12.15
opment Co. 1.86Ilughes Lots I. I and 6 to 10 Inc.. Block 877-- _- __ .- __ St. Cloud Development . Lot 121 to 126 Inc. __.__...._...-.... .. .. _. .. St. Cloud Development l.
Lot 11 Block III _____ .... ____. ,._._ __ __ __ _. ; H K :: 1.02 Co. 11.711 Co __ 2091 '(.' r
Lot 21 Block 19. .._ .n ._. ._ ._' _. .._ _- _. .. __ Bayll..J W __ 1.02 Lots J. 2. 3 and 7 to 10 Ina Block 178__ __ _. __ __ St Clout Bevelopment Lots 127 to 180 Inc. ____._..._____.-.- .. .. '__ .. St. Cloud Development
Lot I' Block 29. __.__._-_ .___u ...._ '__ _- ._ ._ Unknown ______ I.oa Co. __ .11." Co.: -. 17.55
Lot 28. Block 292 __ ___.- Newman A W_ J.02 Lot 6 Block 118 ___._____._______.__ __ _. _- __ Harrls. W _..... 4.18 Lot* 131 to 135 Inc. _--_.__.__,.___... .. .. .. .. St. Cloud Development
Lot. I and 10 Btoclr,293 St. Cloud Deveiopment Lot 8 Block 878 _____________________. _- __ _. _. Unknown ______ 1.8 Co. .. 17.68
Co U Lots 1. 2. 8 and 6 to 10 Inc., Blk 879---------- St. Cloud Developmen Marydla
lot 1. Block 211I -.. Itnknown :_:: tCo. _.. 18.8' Lot 14 Block 1 ...._____.._.__.___.__ .. ._ __ _. nilmore. B D -_ .46
Lot I. Block 19. _______u_____.___._ __ _. ._ __ Bl.hop D F __ 1.02Lot Lots 4 and 6 Block 8711 _____._.___.__ ._' _- __ _. Johns. 8 E ____ 4.88 Lot 4 Block 1 ___-._._______-.______ _- .. __ .._ Bennett C ___. .88
I Block 294 ______--.__._._..._- ._ _. _. __ St Cloud Development Lots 1 tl>>. 10 Inc.. Block a80 _._______. __ _. __ _. St. Cloud Development Lot j Block 4 ........_..____..___.__ ._ Thompson J __ .64 la
Co. Uia Co. __ .21.80 Lot 13 Block 4 ........._-___.----_-- 'II II I. _. Quick; N ______ .16
Lot 1 Aleck IU ____________________ __ __ .. __ Lobel. I S _:: Lot. I to 10 Inc. Block 111 _-_______- __ .. _. _- 8t Cloud Devei Lot K Block 4 Unknown _____. .6_
a Lot 16 Block 2.9' ________________.___ __. _. __ ._ Johnson J l'of1.02 opment Co :_ 19.1' Lot lL. U, 15 an------------------------------ Davis, R .--___ !..
: Sato 10. 11 and It Block 286 ---r--- __ __ __ __ St Cloud Bevel Lots I to III Ina. Block 181 ___-_____. _. _. _. ,8t. Cloud D..velopm..nt .' Lot B lock 5 _,._________.._______.... .. ._ ._ __ Mlllan M' _____ .4141
r opment Co -- 1.41t. Co. __ 1'.11 Lot 1 Block 7 ..___.___.._____________ .. .. ._ ._ Whltaker L __ .66
Lo 1 and I Block 2911 ._-_____.____. __ _. .. ._ Unknown _._n_ J.611 Lots 1 to 10 IlIc.. Block .88.-___.____._ __ _. _. St. Cloud Devel- Lot 7 Block 7 ______________u___..___ .. ._ ._ .. Paine. J _______ .44
Lot '71 Block :9lnkiiii- -- .- .- Bmlth I 8 A 1.02 opment Co. __ 1I.n Lot 14 Block 7 __________-__________. -. .- -_ __ Unknown ._____ .811
, ----. n] and -- _'__n -- -:::::::::::: -- -- 8t Clo ud Devei: Loth 1 to 10 Inc.. except Lot 4 Block Lot 8 Block 8 ...____________...._____ .. __ __ ._ Slack houne, M. .80
opment. Co.: :_ 1.86 814 ___.___...._________._.__.______ __ __ __ __ 'St. Cloud Devei- Lot 11 Block 9 _._____...__.......... .. ._ ._ __ Wilson, M ____ .66 .
Lot 24 Block 296 _________________., .. __ .. ._ Williams, B F.1.02 opment <":0. __ I..in Lot 6 Black 11 __.__..___.____._.____ _. __ .. _. Unknown ______ ..e
Lot 6 and 6 Block It7.T-----.....- .. __ .. .. Warner W FJ__ 16.89 Lola 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 186 ._________ __ __ _. __ 8t. Cloud Development Lot 16 Block 11 __,_._____.____'-__.____ __ __ _. ._ Patterson N F.66
Lot 16 and 16 Block 297 I___..___--_. .. ._ _. ._ Kennedy J J __ 229 Co. __ 16..11 Lot 6 Block 13 ___.___.___.-_....__.. _. .. ._ __ Archie./ J S ____ .64
"s Lot X Block 298 ,.. _. VORler E _on 1.02 Lots 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 188 ________._ __ __ .;_ __ 8t. Cloud Devel- Lot 18 Block IS .______._________... .. .. .. .. ._ Henderson N _. .68-
Lot 18 Block 29--------------------------: _. .. McKnlitht, Q W 1.88 opment Co __ 16..11 Lot 1 Block 16 .______________....?._ ._- ._ .. .- Unknown ______ .e6
Lot. 21 and 24 Block 299 ......-___.. .. __ .. .. St. Cloud Devel Lots 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 187 _________. __ _. ._ __ St. Cloud Devei. Lot 10 Block 16 __________.________... __"" __ .. ._ Evans F ______ .6
._ S 22 opment Co __ 11.411 Lots 1 and 3 Block 16 Toomer. J ___. .M6
j" Lot. 8.4 and 6 Block 299 ..._____..__ .. _. '_. .. Alexander.CA; F 2: 6 Lot. 1 to 10 Ina. Block 18S .__.______ __ _. .. ._ St. Cloud Devel. Lot 7 Block 16 _.-_____.___ .. .. __ .. Carroll CD __ .6* 1
Lot 6 Block 299 ____.....______....... ... ._ .. .. Haretichke, Wm 1.19 opment Co __ 11.411 Lot IS and 14 Block 10.-____.....____ __ __ _. ._ McTeer. E ____ .86"
i Lot 12 Block 100 ____.___________.... .. ._ .. .. St. Cloud Development Lot. 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 18. .___.____ __ _. ._ -_ St. Cloud Devei. Lot 1 Block 19 -__._.__-___________. _. ._ ._ .. Edwards C ____ ..46.6ft
Co. -- 1.49 opm..nt. Co. .__ n.78 Lot 1 Block 19 _______-______________ _. _. ? _. Hlckey M ____,_ .
Lot. S and 4 Block 140 ...________.__. _. __ _. .. Davis, J II ____ 8.64 Lots 1 to 10 Inc.. Block 190 ______..__ __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud Devil- Lot 11 Block 19 _-,.-._______.._.____ ., __ ? ._ Unknown __.__ .66
Lot 11 Block 800 __________________._ .. ._ .. .. Sherwood M ._ 1.19 opment Co _: 11.7S Lot 12 Block 19 ____.___..__.________ ?. _. .. _. Unknown _.____ .65 w
r Lot 13. 14 and 16 Block 803: _____T_.__ _. .. _. .. St. Cloud Devel. Lots I to 10 Ina. Block 2191 .___._____ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud Dev..l.opm..nt Lot 9 Block 33 _______.__,_____..?___ _. .. __ ._ Clark. B ___ efi
opment Co. _. X.96 Co __ n.78 Lot 9 Block IS __.-'__________________ _. _. ., __ Roberta la' __!_ .6*
. Lot 4 Block SOX _._._____________._._. .. .. _. .. Koenlfr. L H __ 1.19 Lots 1 to 10 Ina, Block 3S. _____.____ __ _. _. __ 8t. Cloud Devei'opment Lot 14 Block S3 ______________.....___ _. _. __ ..- Claire PC :. ::116
Lot 24 Block 801 _-_.._______________ .. .. _. .. Craver. H J ___ 1.19 Co. __ H.78 Lot IB\ Block 2S __________________.__ _. ._ _. ._ Knitlo E ..8
Lot 24 Block 103 _______________..... _. ._ __ .. Richardson II 3.39 Lots 1 to 10 Ina. Block 1.8 ..______._ __ __ __ __ 8t. Cloud Bevel- Lot 9 Block 15 ___-______u__________ __ .. .. .. Tlnsley. A-"III .66
1; . Lou 17 and It Block 105 -.........__. .. __ _. ._ St. Cloud Development 111.411 Lot 12 Block 26 -------___...______ ___ .. .. __ .. Unknown .- .SS.( .
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Co. -- 1.22 Lou 1 to 10 Ina Block U' ._____ __ _ 8t. Cloud Bevel. Lot 6 Block 37 __.____u_______.__.___ -- -. .. -- Unknown -- .118 .?. ..
Lot 6, '. B, 10. 17, It and SI Block tot St. Cloud Development opment Co __ 111..6 Lot I Block 37 ,-_____-__u____..____ _. .. ... ? Tanner J ------ .6. -
'; ; Co. __ t.90 Lots 1. I and II to 10 Ina. Block 1911 ?. 8t. Cloud Bevel- Lot 7 Block 37 _...._________________ __ .. .. .. Jones, \M ---II ..611.IS ".J
', Lot S3 Block SOt _____.______.___?_. __ .. .. ._ Wilkinson 8 J 1.19 opment Co. 11.111 Lot 13 Block 87 ___________.._.__.____ __ _. __ __ Payne. J H ::: '
,., Lot. .9 to 14 inc.. Block 307 ___.._____ __ .._ _- .. St. Cloud Development Lots 1 to 10.lno.. Block lit ____._? __ __ __ 8t. Cloud Development Lot 1 Block 18 ----...._________...__ _. .. .. __ .66
\ Co, _. 4 08 Co. 15..6 Lot 6 Block 18 ________..__________ __ .. __ __ Unknown---.--.S t
Lot S, 1. 7 and t Block 107 Slater Oeo __ 13.31Lois Lot. I to 10 1c Block a.7 _______- __ -_ __ -_ 8t. Cloud Development Lot -3Jlok.-8 ---___?__.____.______ __ -- -. __ Unknown ., .68
6 and t Block" 107 ____J.___,-____ __ .. __ .. Mann MB -__ 1.66Lot. Co. 15.411 Lot 6 Block 29 _____.______?______ __ __ __ __ Cooper S -- --- .68
B to t inc. Block SO* __._c..__. __ __ ._ .. Janneaaon E H 16..' Lots 1 to 10 Inc. Bloek..UII -. 8t. Cloud Development Lot 1 Block 31 -__________.___.____ __ _. _. -. Patt..onwii. .68 >
t jots 17. II, SO, 31 and It Block tOt __ -- _- ..St. Cloud Development IU' Lot 8 Block 81 .----_..________.____ __ _. __ .. Unknown _.__ .66
', Co. __ SIS Lots 1 to 10 Ina. Block U' _.___..___ __ __ __ St Cloud 8vei: Lot 4 Block 31 __?________.?_____ __ r. __ .- Thomas, B- ...-. .6* *
K Lot IS Block 101 ?__..,._._. ...__ __ _- _- KlnRiburg. W a 1.01 opment Co. __ 1'.1' Lot 11 Block 31 ___?____,...____..___ __ ._ __ .. Wlnn 8 .68 "
T Lot 18 Block 809 ............---..... ._. .. __ .. Thornton D ... 1.01 late 2 to 10 Ina, Block 400' _____ ._ St Cloud Dove Lot 11 Block 31 ----___-_...___._-. __ __ _. .. Woodall, D --.-. .68! 4
Lot 14 Block 109 ___._____: ___...... .. .. .. Thornton p__ 1.OS I opment Ca __ 1'.11 Lot 6 Block 11 .-.__?.____..... ._ __ ._ .. Roberaon D--.. ..8
Lot It Block tot _-...-. -... .. .. .. .. Cleveland{ M A l.tt LoU 1 to 10 Inc, Block 401 __._____. _ 8t. Cloud Development Lot 6 Block It _-.____?_______ _. __ _. Quick, VI ...... .68 .
1 and S = :::::. .. .. .. .. SmithFW 8 __ 1 66 Co. 11..0 Lot 1 Block 84 ---_____..._____._ .._ __ .- Unknown .. ::88 i
: Loot It and 1D1Block1$10. ________? ._ .. .. .. J ..__ 1.66 Lot. ,1 to 10 inn, Block 401 . ., ._ _. 8t. Cloud Bevelopmsnt Lot 9 Block 17 ____.__._._ __ __ .. TllllB, B I.IIH '.68
; Lot St 110 ___.._...________n__ _. .. -- .. Ross, I M ..__. 1.01 Ca ._ 12..' Lot 11 Block 17 ---___.__ __ Moble - .66
"s Lot 1. flock. I. 11 and 14 Block 111.. _ ... St. Cloud DeveN Lot. 1 to 10 Ina. Block 4.OJ ___. __ _' _, ._ 8t. Cloud Devel. Lot S Block 41 -. -- _t----_. __ _. -. Wlnn, S.1..!- .68
Co. ._ .... Lot. 1 S. t and I Block 41.. ___ -
opment opment Co. 11.10 ..__ .. ._ ._ Haynes A .._. 1.38
L Lot II Block IIS ..--.--.-__._ __ __ Roicoe. B 8 __ 1.01 Lou 1 to 10 Inc, Block 404 ___ _ 8t. Cloud Development Lot 6 Block, 41 -- -_ ? ._ Wm ....
Lot XI Block 111 ?*...-.-..____ __ .i" .. ., :McCray. J H 1.08 Co. __ ....S Lot 1 Block ,.' ._._....__-._-w_-- .- -- ._ 'Slater. H'. .66..
Lot 31 Block til _____.______w-.__ _- ._ Worley. 8 A ? 1.01 Lou 1. I and J to 10 111C1., Block tol_ .._ Bt Cloud Bevelopment Lot I Block 44 _.-..--.... r. .. __ .. Unknown _-... 1Iot.
Lot. 8. 11. U, 11 sad 14 Block 11!__ -- S'- Cloud Devel.opmBnt Ca __ 21.1 Lot 8 Block 44 .---.........___ w -- .- Bell, C ...... *'
T ." .. uo. __ *.tj] Lou 1 to 4 Inc, and S. T aDd I Bile 401 8t. Cloud Development t and 10 Block: 44 ___. _. ._ .._ __ Hay..e. A --- !.ts
Lot. Jl. 11 and 14 Block 111 n .., .- .- Bt CJoud D.r.1. Co. __ 11.7.I Lota 1. f. 3. 7. t and 10 Block 4!_.__ __ ._ .- Unknown' _.-__-_ 1.6T "
$. Ca __ I." Lots T. 1 and 10 Block to1 _........ .r ;_ 1It.! Cloud Devol. Lot 1 Blook .1 -.-_____-,.______ _ .:rono. F : ;

Lotock' III ....-__. n.--?...- __ .... Morgan. J B __ Ltl _-=-- .. ._ ...-. ._ ._._ opmo.t Co. ".1 r Lot f Block: At ,. ... .-, ,_, -. Hiynii. A"__ T ...4/.
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Lots 16 to II Inc. _____ .. ....... ... .. .. Unknown ...... 1:68 I.k..... R. Bab-DMvW.a ed 4
Lot: 4 Block 47 ....."................ .. ._ .. -. Anderaon, H.... .36 .4 L.I..A. ..' 5.b-IMw4.M. .1 RI.NcnA
.. .. _. Brown, ------$6 Lot. 41, 44, 46 and 46 .- .. -. .. Unknown .-.... 3.07R.bert .
Lot 1 Block 41 ...................... .iii.a-- Sad155.1A.C.LRy.Lots .
Lot S Block 48 _""___-.__--..-?_-.... ... .. .. .. B.I!., N. ....:.... ... Baal 1 to II Inc. _________ ._._._ 6.611'All
BL __ __ _' _. __ Westeryelt W 1
Lot 6 Block 48 __"._"..._.............. .. .. .-, .. Unknown ....... .t/ EH of Block _ ..____ __ _- ,. _. -. -._ Johnston Pat.. 1.11Bb.erakee' Block 10 16 and 8 at A C ,
Lot S Block 49 ._..................... .. .. .. ... McRay D ._"_. .84 8ab.IM-.elen .< Blfefet8H R). except h R. Rtw.I r Tucker Brick
Lot .Block 49 .............._ ._.... .. _. .. __ Davis, B ..-... ... DL.d t -
A.... ..1'Lot.1 Lot 4 ._.._.. ..__ . .. .... Johnston. J M1.17 Co. ..........1SS.SS
... .... .. .. .. Haynes. - ? -
Lot 16 Block 49 .............. I
Block 60 ......................-. a. .. .. _- Nelsen, -----$6 Lot 7 ._......... '..- ._ .. .. Unknown .____. 1.07 All Block IS ..__....,-........._.._... _- .-. ... .. Cmpbell Mr
Drown' A ...... ,/6 Lots 11 and IS ...I..I: .... r _.. .. Rhymes, Susan11.61 _... 16.01
I Lot Lot 1 7 Block Block II II .....a---------------------------,. .. Unknown .___.. .84 All"Block FL _____.__. ?'._.. ._.____ .- ._ _- ..Pariah.. Mary J Eat ..,. Lots 1 and 4 Block 14 .Block___..._.. ,_ _.. _.. _. Loren.. Wal. 16.7*
... II _._ .....01....._ .f ...... BL N 80 ft. of 8H of Lot 1 16 ...... .. WllcoK. .. 10.77
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Lot 1 Block 61 ... ... .. ...... .. .. .. I
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Lot Block 10 .._____..___..__...... .
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Lot 14 Block 61 .. ....... ..._... ... .. ..-. .. .. Young, DB.. .84 Lots 1 and S --.-..---_.............. -. .. .. .. Unknown _._... _* Lott. ..... 8.54. a
Lot 11 Block 64 _.-..... .-........-...-. .. .. .. ... Unknown ...... .84.84 Lots S and 4 ..-__.._..... ..____.... .. '-. .. .. Johnston. J M-. 1.41Unknown. NH Block II 1-------------------------------- RlaJa, Z T .... 10.66 t
Lot 11 Block 66 ...-....._-..._............ .. .. .. .... Bell C :..-..... ., Lot 4 ____?___________.._._....___.... .. .. .. ... ....-. ..5. All except N
8 -140 ft to place of 'w
Lot 1 Block 66 ....................... .. .. .. .. Tlnsley A.... ,.84.84 8H of 8WH' Block P L.._______..___ .. .. .. .. Johnston J M:_ 1.67Washington 140 run ft. 8 to Ernest St. E beg.along run 8t.
Lot 1 Block 66 .....__............... .. ..4.. .. Brans.. F __-., -. Oboe-saker 8..01"..... .1 Blk <|ljLots4 to R R Rtw. thence N'Eastrely along t
' Lot 4 Block 18 .__.__.._.__..__._..._., .. .. ... .. Unknown ..-...... .84 and 7 -.a-------------------------------, i :Jo. .,.. 0
Lets 7 and 8 Block 66 A..... .1.67 Lot i ____...-_.._-..____________.____ -rr''' .. .. Porter N ...... .... R R Rtw. to ntlllnghani 'A".. then N 0
------------------r------------ Leona, F .... .86 All eze.p. and b. 110 ft 8 to beg. Block 14 ... i. ........... _., .. _.. .Bus. Mr W C 10.04Bummer
I, l Ot,11 Block 67 ; B .... 86 of NW cor. run 8 60 ft. E loe ft./N B 100 ft. 01 N 14* I.Block 14........ ... _. .- *, Mr M 14.66-
Lot 9 Block 68 ...................... ... .. .. ... Uerry .
All N of A C L .......... .... .. _
60 ft. .. .. 011 pin, R P .... 8.01 _. War man Warren 14.71
Lot II Block 68 .......... ....... .. .. Hadry A -..... 86 W zoo ft. Block RL .-._..._.. -. I .
Lot 8 Block 69 ............--r-------- .... ... ..- ... .. Unknown ------ .84 8 60 ft .of Block RL __.__.______.... ._. .. .. ...' .Mach. Bro.. _"... '.'8 K, B. Waterk S_'. A........ S
Lot.11 Block 69 .........-...._...--.. .. .. .. .. Johnston J M.66 A. K. DrMghf* B.b.Dlvt.l.. .f' Itl",. 81 All Block 1. S and NH Lot 1 Block 3.-----------, Tucker Brick
Lot 7 Block 18 ....._......_... ...... _,' '.-, -. .. Kibbler. Llcsle. .84 Lots 1 to 8 Inc. and N II ft of Lot. I Co. -.-....-*. ''.11
Lot 4 Rlock 61 ....... ......-_. ._' -' .- Thompson A M '.84 '. 10 11 and II ____________... '-.. '... .-._, .. Mach Bro. .... 1.77 W .0. ".' Adlltl...
/ Lot 7 Block 61 ......---.........u..... .. -... .. .. Unknown ------ .84 Lots I b to 11 Inc., and 8 II ft of Lot Lot 1 .._......__."._.".__. --.--.-.- -. -.,. ... _. N.I.on" H ... I..'
F Lot 1 Block 44 .-.-...-__._.____:_.. .. .. ,.. '-- Hull.. J --...... ..86V 9. 10 11 and IS ...__..______....__. -. t. .. .. O'Berrr. Marl. 1.77 Lot 4 _:-;-.;-.-.._-_;-._::::_._...... .. _. ,_. _.. C.ly.r, J .. 14.60
Lot I Block 64 ........_............ .. .. .. ._ Unknown ...... .84 Beg. BO ft. N of HE cor.. of Block TL . K. t- ..1. '- A.... l
Lot 7 Block 64 -...___._.__...._.._...I.l -. .? '.. .- Blngleton, A... .86 run W 90 ft N 60 ft E 90 ft 8 60 ft. Unknown ...... '.41 Lot 1 ....__.__................._._.._. .... '._, _. .- Mlekeljon R W 1.47
.. Lot I. Block Unknown .... .84 E% less beg. NE cor. run 8 78 ft W.96 Lot I ._....-.................__.?..._ _. -- _. ..- .... 1.47'
r << Lot. t, 11 and 14------------------------------- .Haynes, A-.... 1.67 ft. N 78 ft. B 91 ft. Block UL.Atlas, Lawrence18.16. Lots 7 and 16 ....................._. .., .. .. Quinn 1. I..'
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1 .t Lot 9 Block 67 ......._.___._____..__.- ., .. _., .. Kneed. J C. .... .84 All except 8 ISO ft. of E 18 ft. Blk. ,WL -.- Unknown ..'._.. S.48 Lot 11 -__-____:...........,_...+..__... .. .". __ ..' McPhattr. J _.-. 1.47
, Lot 10 Block 11 ._._._.._.."-_-_....... -- -_ _. .. Thompson J O.86 N .40 ft of Block XL. .....__....._._-.._-, .. -. .. .. Unknown-: ...... 1.47 Lots II and 16 Ina.__.._-.._.........._.. .. ... _.' .. Yatea. Will ..___ 7.71
, 'Lot It Block 17 ._____ Young. H W ... / Water < ..'. .....D..laI..I. Lots 81 to 14 ._. Harr.lt'H..nr). 14.60
. Lot. 17. 18. It and 20 Block 67------------------' 'Miller. H 8 .... _:o? JtBloeks CL ... I*. Lpts 14 and 17 ..._.___........ ,.... .. ... __ ... Oneg.n. _. .1.."

. Jot it Block 17 _..-__"___.._:: ....._._.. :;.- ... __ :. Luke. M ...._.' ,.84 Lot 4 .._.._*-...-_.-.--..-...._.?._"_._.. .. -. .. Johnston. J E-. 1.S6 Lot. 88 and 19 __.............__.1_... ... .. _. .. B ___. 1.48
' Lot 1 Block 48 ______-__...___. .., ... -. .,. Haynes. A.--... .84 Lot 10 .-.-____"...__........_.... _.. _. _. _. Unknown ...... 1.S6 Lots 87, 68 and 69 ................._... ... _. _. +. Don..a' A B.. '.10
J': Lot 11 and U Block II ........-.I .. .., ._. _. Johnston J M: 1.14 All Block. Al and HI .- _.. __ .- Tano, Mra.* A A 40.88 Lot /I,. -__.....-._.___._.-_.____..... .- .. _.. ,.. C .... 1.47 a
.I! Lot 16 Block 88 ......._....,.......?"._ '_. ...' ._ Anderson P _. 10.16 All Block. Bl and O7.. -i---------------------: Tana. Mr. A. A 11.71 J. W. Lluy'. .. ..... ', o
Lot J' Block 6. -__...__._....___.._._ _. .. .. .... Unknown ._.r... ..81I Beg. 60 ft 8 of NE cor. of Block Cl run .- Tot S Block 1 ...___._..t.-_-....-.._- .. -.. .. .. Campbell C H_... 1."
fI I I lot .1' Block U -_....._._.___...__.-.. .- ._ .'. .- Clark B _.-_.... ,I'o A60ft.W91ft.N50ft.B99ft.-.. _. .. -, Unknown _!....._ 8.01 W% Lots .10.*.11 and 18. Block 1.._.._., .-. ..- .- .. McLaus-blln.. Je.
Lot 'I Block 69 .__.._._....-..._ _. .. ... _. Stewart. 'J ___. .86 NH Block 6 .-...._.... -.--.-_.,...._ -'- .- .. _- McOee. M W ..' 11.18 ale -. 4.76 s
.'' Lot 4 Block It __._.__________._I.II. _. _- '_' .. Peterson. L .._ ..1'I All Block 10 ...........!._.,__.....__ _. .- -- "'. Kochenderfer M E I ft. of Lot S Block S .......--... .::; .. i I.. .' Clements/--4L 7.78
I Lot 9 Block 19 ......-......._.__._lit -. __ -. ._ 'D.II. A ___...... .86 a Bit. _..-... S7.li lx> Block 3.-------------------------------- Lilly, J W __. 18.SI
Lot I Block 70 ..........._i."._.__..I _, _. '_. ... Button, Ja*. ..;. ..1'I All Block Johnston M 71.SO Lot 7 Block-4 ...._....... ...___...I i. .1. _. _I Gallagher. 17 P. '.1.
'I Lot 11 Block 71 -.--._-................ _. .. .. ._ Epps. 11----- .86 Lot I and NS--------------------------------- Marsh M M a-.. 11.66 All Bock 6vff?.........1.__.....__._ .. ... .. .._ II'rankt.ra R.'D. S4.71
I Lot-16: Block 71 _.._.,._._.__... ...__ -. ... .. :- Unknown .---,-. ... N. C. Brra* He-S....)>lvlnl. .. -01k F. A. .......'. II..D....... ..f JVVfc..f v
I Lot 1 Block 71 ____?.___..__...!..... ,. __ __ .._ Unknown ----_ :II' Lot 8 Me.ael' S Ni-_ 1.64 R .f Ng% .( NWH _____..___ 95 .
Lot 1 Block 71 ______?.___"__.._..-- .. .. -. -. Bennett.. VScarlett. ...- ... Lot 1 B--------------------------------------- Bear. Mr.. M P 16.00 III II and 6 Block 1 ........__...... 2.. .. ._. I.C. Hart-rare, F S.4J
Lot t Block 71 _____ ___"___._..__. __ .. -- FFranklin. ---. .84 Ad.rb.ld'. la-------------------------------- W
t' Lot \ Block 78 _____-._____ ..____" .. .- -. '_. J J.Evans ._ ..1'o' Lot 9 __...__ ________.:____ .__ ._ _. ._ Unknown ...... '.1' A. ra....Addltlea. '
F _____ .84 Lot 1 Block A..r------- Qulnna. M 4.19 ti
Lot It Block 76 I Beir. 60 ft. 8 or NK cor. of Block M II-
Lots t, t and 4 B------------------------------'. Jones, C F _.._ 1.67 run W 91 ft. 8 60 ft. E 19 ft. N 60 ft. -- _. .- _. Smith. J K ____ 18.85 L o b... .
Lot I Block 79 _______.__...._...._ __ __ __ .. Marls. B -__"__ .86 Lot. 1 .and 1 E of A C L Ry Block ,P .. -- .. _. .. Makftnson'' Co. __..__ ,11.14
Lot 14 Block 79 _______.-._?."__.._II _. .._ _- ._ .Young. 8 .._-._ .8 M M ._M--. l .'6Malclnion Lot 4 loCk A A______.___..____..,____ ._ .. .. ._ Williams, n NUT S.07
Lot 7 Block! 80 ?.___________.___.__ .._ ._ Unknown ._--e .86 Lot. t and 4 Block P and Let S and 4 Lot JO' Block B------------------------------ pon..n. J R._ 1.07 t
Lot 8 Ulock 80 ...____-___.___....._I .- :. _. __ -----. 881.ot. Block Q' ______ _______.__..__ -, .. -. .. Mr*.. Lots 11 and IS __ Unknown .?._.. 1.48 l
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11. 16 and .6 Block! Q ...-....__ .. -. _. _. ,Johnston. J M 1.67 fc" M: M -____:;-- 11..1 Lot 16 Block A __ __,______._____ .. _. .. -_. Ollplit. R P.... 1.07
Lot 11 Block O _____...l.] ___._.-._._... ... ." ._ _. !Henderson A.. ..66c N 100 ft. of Block T ______ ___.______ .. ... .._ Marsh U M ... 4.46Beg.,100 Lot 14 Block A ______-________.-___.11 .. .. _. .. Gorge, O H_... S.07Maklnaon.
R u Lot 1 to 7 Inc., and Lot IS Block C..._ .. .. .. ..:. W B .

I Lois KI..Irree 1 and 4 W City of Ry-ROM Block Addition 4 ........ .. .. _- ..- Unknown ...-... '.7' W UI ft.ft. 8 of 100 NF ft.cor B198ft.N100ft.of Block T run .. -. __ __ Johniiton. J E: III." Lot 16 Block C : Co. ._____.... 14.IS
'r, Hex. SB cor. of Block 11V of A C L Ix>t. 1 and S Block U ..... __ __ __ Turner, M C.. I." an------------------------------ Baird B 1 .... S.07
LoU S and 4 Block U ::::::::: II .- ._ .. Will... Busts .. ..48 Lot 1 and 4
Ry run N. 60 fLV 100 ft. 850ft ----- Block D _______ ____ .
Leonard .... I.OS D"If. HW __--........... .. -. ,. Unknown ...... 4.76
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E 100 ft. _u ___ .. F. cor. Block V run N-Ea"t.rl Lot 6 leas N 17H ft. D .____..... .. .. .. .. Unknown __... 1.67
of'ilS"co"r." Bk"llW 16 ft. B 460 ft. 8 66 ft. W -. ... ._ .. Maklnion.. D{ M. .... Blek '
Beg. 60 ft. N of of 616 ft.....
\ Lot 7 and S Block _.______........ .- .. .. _. Bass, Ordli .... S4.ll
AOL Ry run N 60 ft. W 100 ft S 60 . Seam Addltle. Lot I Block D ............ ....... .. .. .. __ Bass Nettle .
Leonard. F ... 1.02X Lot S S .. .. .. Sear. Dire M F IS.30 : .. 8.18Smith
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ft. E 10Q) ft. .._.__--_______...-..._. Robert BBM Hetwad __- ? Lot 14, 16 and 16 Block D ..._.__=.... .. .. .. I. D .. 6.80Drlggrsr

F. B...* Re-Hab-nivl-ioa BleeV Ix>t I-------------------------------: AddKI :. .. .. .. .: Mach ""Bros. __.. SUit II 8. If. natter's A..I..... -
1, 9. 6. ., T. H.* .. 10, 14 and IS ef Lot i' Jackson A. W 3.38 Beit. NE cor. Block S run 8 100 ft. W

;. l' Ho.. Addition .. _. _. ._ Buck Mr N L8.68 Lot i ---------------r-----------------__._ .._. -. -. w. .. Unknown ...... 1.16 100 ft. N 100 ft. E 100 ft. .___..__._ .. .. _. _. ., I II.. 1S.88
Lot 1 Block 10 __________.__......._. -
_. ._ Unknown ___... 8.64
Lot 4 _________1______ -- Klralsisse '
'' .-Lots 9, 10, 11 and 11 Block 10 .___.___ .__ __ __ _. Bass, O..t. 'y
; ,, an Mrs-8u._. tall Lot 4 and 7 less N 64 ft. of Lot 8 ..._ -.. -- -_ -- Unknown .----. ..... Lots SI, 1.36, 16, I. 19. 40. U. and ,47 .. .. .. ._ Miller, JT W __.. 6.61 -

a/ Lot 6 Block 14 .__.______..________.. __ __ __ __' Shuman, :J L __ 1.16 8..th F-rida R.II.... C..'. 8..e. ). Lots .1. and .................... .. .. .. .. nanenan A E.. S.ll
1" Lot 7 Block __ Sessions, R L.. 8.64 Lot. 7 and 8 Block 1 ._.___._ ___. -. .. -_ ? Ncmeyer.. E A..- .11..' Lot. and 61 ......_................ .. .. .. _. Miller J W .... 1.67 a
Payne 14-----------------------\- I I't Lot 8 Block 7 ...__ ..___n____ .- -. -- _. Kulp, C C .____ 10.77 Lots 66 and 67 ___.........__....._... .. __ .. .- Johnston, J BLots .. 1.67..
i' Lots 14 and 16 ______________________ .- .. .. .- Donegan; Cha.. ...1.J. Lot 7 Block 7 I Pierce Mrs L .L 11.79 Lots 64, 84. SO and II ...__........... .. -. .. .. Miller, :J W ..... S.88
't. _w.II'. b-Dlrtslen. .f Pays Lot 7 and 1 B--------------------------------: Bus W C ___.. 18.76 Lots '4, .6 and 16 .. .. .. .. MII..rJ. W ..J. ....
Para**. Addition Be*. 70 ft E of moat Westerly cor. of Lots 97 to 101 Inc. and-------r------- _- ._ .. _- W __. 17 .
.Lot 11 Block A ______________. .. __ .. Oaulden D[ ... 6.61 Block 1 run N 4S deg B 110 ft. 8 17deg Lot. 111 to 114 -DDonegan';
.p R. ... P. Dr..gb'e Addition E U ft. 8 43 deg. W no ft. N -' '' CO -, ____-:.: 1.1 !
owls n d.g. W 7. ---------Gilbert, AD.. 1.... Lot 111 .____.__ ,...-.,--._....... .. -- _* .. Floyd, R 8 -. ,
f!; L4t ________._._ __ ._._ .. .. ._ .-- .- Ollmore. 8 .... Beg moat Easterly cor. of Lot 8 Blk. Lob 114 and 111 _..:_*..-..__.__-._.. .. .. .. _. O'Bryaa. Lewi 6.80
1{c Lot t Block Q .._.-:_.-:._s.?__.._. ... .._ .. _.. Anderson, Mo1- 10 run 8 41 deft. W SS ft. N. 4T deff. Lot 18 ...______________-....__...-... _, .. _. Mach Bro. .... ....
lie .__.,_-.._-._ I.... W 78.ft. N 41 deg. B 16 ft 8 47 de*. J.b.at.a Park
R....._.'. A..I..... B 71 ft ._______-,__....____._._.___ -- '.. ... .. Regero Mr. N_ 41.78 Lot. 1 to I Inc.. Block 1 -. .. Donegan Cattle
\ Lot 7. t. 9 and 10 Block 1 .......... _. .. ._ __ Unknown 11.09 Lot 1 Block 14 __-__....__ ___._._.. .. _. -. __ Sorerhlll.. E L__ 40.88 Co. ......-.. ....
KH Lot 6 Block S __ Overstreot L E '.11 Lot S Block 14 ___________I __ -- .. ._ .- Lilly. J W ..__. 40.86 Lot 1 "to S Inc. Block S -__........... .. .. .. .. DaneganCattle
.WH Lot S Block I-------------------------- __ Unknown -.--.. 11.68 3 and NE 01 Co. ._..__.__. ....
:"EH -Lot S Block f-----...___.......... __ -- __ .. Johnson. W'1.61 .4iBlock 20 .__..._._.../g--__ _Lo-- ... _. .. ._ Maklnson W B Lot. I, S, 4 and f Block 3-------------------- :Johnston J M. 1.88
Lot 8 Block 1 ____.__................_ _. -- _. .- Unknown ...... 16.00 Co. ___.______SI4.01 Lot 1 Block 4 ._____.__..___,.,,..__... i. .. _I __ Johnston J M. 1.07
Lot. 4 and 6 Block .__. ._.._. --. ._. .. __ Bunn. J ......w 15.00 SW 40 ft, of Lot 1.1 and all Lot S Blk. SI -. .. .. .. Maklnson.. W B Lot. 1 to I Inc. Block 6 ....___..,._;. .. .. ..' .. Johnston J M. ,..,
Lot 1 Block 8 .....____I-_-_.___-_.. _-._. .- -. _. .. Ilooton, Mr. J N Co. ___..___._ I..'. All except Lot 6 Block 6 .._,_..__... '.. ., ._ .. Johnston J M. '.'1 t"
1601 Lot 4 Block SI Maklnson W BAll Lot*.1 to 10 .no. Block 7 ..__.___.... .. .. _. __ Dong-can. Cattle
I .. .. Howard-Walter 14.60 Ca 1'1 C.. __._ __. 6.88 t
I w14 LoU t and 6 Block ____ ._.. _
Lots i 7 and 10 Block S ........"_...:...-. ._ _.. -- -- Howard John. I'." Block SI -__..._._.__..?_.___._:? .. .. .. OraystonY'Hotel 1 to 10 Inc.? Block 8 ....__._.... _. .. .. _,. Dong-can Cattle t
Lot S Block 6 ...... ........ .. ... _. __ Howard John.. 16.81 Co. ._-_..._.809.16 Co. .-_?....... 6.81
All Block 11 ___._.."....... ..:::::= __ .. Wlllson. J M Jr '.U Lot. 1 to 10 Inc., Block 1. __.____..... .. .. .. _. Dongean Cattle .' t
(I Lot 6 Block 14 __. -__ ::::_. _- ... ,_ Donegan A E_ '.'S Lot. 20. Rand 32a..------r: ..._.....__ ... .. Donegan, A B.. 10.'. Co. __....___. .....
WH lot. less W 46 ft. and B ii Ct of Lot I, J, 1. .. 6. 7 and 8 Block 10 .... .. .. -__ .. Dongean Cattle ,

WH Block 16 -----------------------a-------. Unknown __..._ '..1 Lot..... and SS _______________........ .. _. .. Young, 8 W _.. 11.68 Donegan__. _._ 6..t
W 46 ft. of lot 4 Block 16 _____....... .. -- ._ Aker. W .-. 11.77 ('...... A..I..... Lot. 1, 1, S, T, I and 10 Block 11 ....... .. .. .. Catt.
ylS 18 ft of WH of Lot 4 Block 1'.._. -. -- -. .. Anderson. Maggie Lot. 1 to 6 Inc. ...................... -. .. .. .. Orayston HotelCo. Co. __.- '.'1 S
,. \ Est 6.41 ---r?._ 11.66 Lot S Block 11 .............-...._.... .. ._ _. .. Johnston, ; M. 1.16
Lot 8. 7. 8 and 9 Block 14 _____.___. .- .. _- -_ Maklnaon. W BF N. T .Dawe A..I.... Lot 9 Block 11 _____....._...._-' .. .. ._ .I Roes. J H ..-., 1.84
.... _t .. C*.'. Addition Co. ......_. 11.96 Lot A ....._.-....___._.__._.._.._..._.. -. _. .. .- South Florida. Lots 8 to 8 Inc., Block 11_______.______. __.- __ .. __ John.ton J M. 1.80
Lot 1. 2. 8.4 I'. '0. II. 11 and 60.---------- Unknown ______ 61.09 Lumber I ._ "" Lot. I, 4 and S Block IS -.._..____.__. -- ... JOhn.tn. : H S.88S.88
: 1/ _._._.______._.__._ ._...__._., .. .Rogero N ..._. '.'S Beg. at SB cor of Dakln and T.fc.p.--l; .4 , '. .r . Lot. 6, 7 and 8 Block. 18-. .-, _
LOot '.. Edick. M E _... '.'1 '" Lot 9 Block 11 ...__...__.____.__.. : MnlkUJon. R 1.S6
17rJ. ____...._____..___'___ ___ A.e.'Run N-.t.rly..lonll' ( 'J:,
a ,. Ton' .iti Illlill lll ll i l .r Si.V: 'I( .
H. W..d.11Y 8..DI...... .1 _...: ;I&. "' ","' . ", !,; ,".. Lot; 1 Block 14 _..,.._....... .... Donegan. Mr
Lot 1 and t ::..,... Woodall. J II... 1.11 'W211./G'iAence' In'tt.oufherlyddlg t \\j ",,,,:fhoJ\1F\ : ,' ,." " f" BeI8".. I."/ 1
Lot t. 4 and '>' \ -4y. .__.- W'JI':rR...Yf'h 6.10 "reCtion I : to' beg. South Florida \\ft'I.++ !u. r.tl\nlock.\ 14 ,.j.r'... ._..__..... D.1 1.S6

s. Lot 6' .........M"' ''ks2 ii-\I., .-.-..---.-.--.... JUnknown H t'lWoodall. :p M' '.;!V.8;'..II .,,1 '",', ,\. t<,! lW'; Lumb.r Co._ .. Sw4"Ffestfc! ; ;..._.-,..._..._ Donegan..Mlas 1.66' p
lot 8 _._ _. ,.,._._ _.___ ,. --"fI" *' '> .." : ) C. "Block' \ Ellubeth.a..
Lot. I."and"16 .:___..._______. __' ._ -. .. .- J H .. 6.10 Lot _"jf ___...__.__. .____._.. __.... -. Donegan, A E_.. S1.69 Cot 19 14 _: .: ..._...____.___. Donegan, Mra. '
Lot 16 ___. . ,._ .. _. .. Blake. Deo. _._. 6.10 Lot S ___._ _.___._._,_.___ ___._. .- ._ .. ._ Donegan J R.. 1.81 A F ____..__ 1.66
Lots 21 and -.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII' .. .. ._ Unknown ___... 1.16 Lot 8 __..__.___-___.__-___.._..__ ... .. _. .. ._ Ledbetter. C B23.61 Lots S and 4 Block IS _________.__.. ? _. .. __ Ragadale. 8 0_. S.07
S .""Lou 11 14 and SS ......-._._.._.-.H_ .. __ .. ... Woodall. J H -. 1.67 Lot 7/ ._____---__________... __-.__ -- ._ _. .- South Florida All except Lot. 6 and 7 Block 14 .... .. .. .. _. Donegan Cattle
Lots 18 and 19 ...___..__..___........ .. .. .. _. Unknown .-.' .... ; Lumber. Co. .. S.18 Co. .......... T... !,
Lot 37 ___...____- ._ Smith, DaEvans isy _. 4.09 Lot IS _____...__._._._.__.__?-______ .. -. .. .. Unknown ...... 1.88 A. K. D...... a.b-IlIy/.I..2 W34
Lot 40 ._____._______.________.______ __ _.. F _-. 4.49Lot Lot IT...__.__._._ ____.__ _____-_.._ .- .. .. ..McDonough. A J_ 11.68 .f 81% ., 6E% sad 354'.f 6E34
It. C. Bla.rkard-s Hnb-DlrUton .r Lots 46, 47 and 48 _______.._____ .__- -r. .. ._ .a McDnou..h.8 .1 8E% ., 8E% i* as 99 .
6...M ...___.. ..oa All Block 1 _.._.__.._.__....__.__.__. _. .. ._ :: Hunter, H .A.. 8.11
Lot. 1 to S Inc.. and S to 11 Inc. and Lot 49 _______.-.___-_______.__-_.. .. .. .- -_ March 1 M ... S.88 Lot 6 Block 4 ..........._..._._....__. -. ._ .. .. Smith. W A _... 1.07
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18 and 19 ..__-_______.._______.._._ -. .. _- ._ Blfthchard Lot 71 Smith, A __. 1.86 Lot : Block 4 ___i...______.___.._.__. .. .. ._ -- Dutton B C .. 1.07 '
M r.. W _._... 6.09 O-------------------------------------- Lot 0 and 10 Block C ___.______-_...- .. .. _.. .. Donegan A E... 1.67
0 to 40 Inc., except*81 and ...__. -.. -- Unknown --.... ..1' Lot E Block A CIfI'..._.___A..I._..._______._. .. -. -. .. Unknown ...... 11.71Lot All Block S---------------------------------- Clark Hunter 6.68
Lot .____._.._______......_....... ._ -- :_ -- Cooper O H ... .84 6 and W ft of Lot 7 Block B- -- u -. ._" Arnold. W H... Lot 4 to 8 Inc., Block 7 ._._.________. .. .. _. _. lnt4n.. R C.. .... ;p
Lot 7 ._________.._..__"___...._..___II _.. -e .. .. Cooper F E ... ..8'o W I ft of I 1 Block C .________.II -- -- _. ._ Hlnlcloy. K L._ ..0 Lot 8 Block 8 ...--....._.-.....__....- .. .. _. _. Unknown ...... 1.S6
LoU 14 and 16 .________:............. -- .. -- -. Blake, Laura .. 1.14 4 and S Block C __ ____ -. ..- .- .. Bait W H .... SS.69 Lot. 1 Block. S ._._.._.._.___.__.____.. _. .. __ Donegan Catt.
Lot 16 _.___.__________..._ ..._.___. _. -- .. __ Sams. 1> _____.. .84 B 60 ft. of Dots 1 and S Block D------------------ H R ._.. ... Donegan._ _. 1.S4
Lot 17 .___________..______.-.-_...... .- __ __ -. William. Sam '- .84 Lot 6 Block D ..__.______._________._I -- -. .. .. Harwell. Sam. 10. Lot. 8, 4 and S Block f .._____.___... .. _- -. .. A B.. S.88
Lot 18 and 18 _.__.__......___.___II .. _. _. ... Unknown ...... 1.81 Lot 6 Block D ..._,___....___...... ... .- -- -. Thomas, W L 8.68 Lot 6 Block I ....__................_. .. .. _. .- Johnston pat .. 1.S6
Lot SS and II __________ -. ._ -. _. Howard E _... 1.14 Lot 7 Block D _.___..........._..._". -- -. _. .-- Hlnkley. B L .11.63 Lot 10 Block 8 ___ _________.._._._. -.. _. .. _. Unknown ...... 1.S6 d
, .,. W. I.. Klat* 3.b.Dlvl.l.. ef Let 67. Lot 1 Block E __...__.__....... .. -- ._ .. Donegan, A E_. 14.19 Lots 1, 1. 8 I and Block 10 ________.. .. __ -. _. Donegan, A B.. ....
+'' Lot. 21. 11, 17 and IS ..._.______...... ... .. __ Porter N __._.. 10.16 Lot 1 and 6 Block B ________________ r-- ._ -_ .- Hlnkley. EL.. 1.... NI. .tMwrm.'. A4dltla "
Lot 16 and IS _________..........-. _.< ._ -- Martin. 8 _....<. 6.80 Belf. *?' ft. 2 '?' NE cor of NE' of Lot 9 ______________._._....J. .. __ .. _.. Johns. R J .... LOTLlvlncaton.
Lot 16 ______________--.--_.-___.___._: -- ._ -- -- Livingston 0 C.... BE 54 run 8 100 rL W 141 100 Unplatted Uaada. .
We._. '. 4t Dyle'a Sak.Dlrl.len ..rf E 142 ft. ___.ft__. 1 I I' -_ Roberts, Ruby 1S.99 NKV of 8E' of 8E14 and NH of 8EH .
:'.. ....-6ao .... *T and elf f. Mat'hews "A.dr.i*_. """ of SEW SE' .?.u__?..._..._ 11wvt I 1 a C 16.91
r Lot. 1 1. I, 5. '. 7, 6, 9. and 10 Blk A.. .. -. ._. Unknown ...... '.51 All Block C Doneran, A F.778 of KH 14 of SWK ....._._ iNWM I 1 Anderson. C '.._ 7.78
f Lots 11. t!, 11. 14 and 16 Blk A ______ .- -- -- -. Unknown ...... I..' WH of 8H of Bloc-------------------------- Washington J,11,77, of 8W% ________ u.._ 1 I Out_ A W .. 11.19Maklnaftn.
Lot 1 to. 11 Inc., except 6 and 9 Blk B -.. -_ '.. Unknown ....... 16.16 NEW of Lot 1 Block O ......____..... .. -- .. -- Bradshaw, C .. .... Bear. BE cor. o? N',4 of Lt S U 8 Surrey _n
Lot. 1| to 10 Inc., Block B _. _. .. .. Unknown ...... '.It BH of Lot 1 Block O ........._......_ -- .. .- -. Unknown ...... 11.77 run W ..ft. N ft. E 816 ft. b.
Lots 1, 1. 4. 6. 78, and 10, Block C::?. _. ._ .. .. Unknown ...... 8.07 Lot S Block H __..__....__..____..._. 4.------- TOUDlbioo H.... 8 16S ft. ._.__.............._...... IS SS S9 S Mr, .
hob 11 to SO except Lot 16 Block C_. __ .. __ Unknown ----.. 1.07 ... 11.07 M M .._.. It..,
; .. __ .. .. Unknown ... '.'1 Lots I ... Clark 8H of Lot J S Surrey ...... ____... Mrs.
Lot 4 to 10 Inc., except 9 Block D .... -- and Block H ___._.._______. Will .... 11.61 1 I 2 Uaklnaon.
t Lot IS. 14, 16. 17'and 1.. Blk D -- -_ -. -. Unknown .--..-- 6.10 Re.9nb.IM-.slen Black 1. J, N, M M ..._.:. II.Ot.
', Lot. l1'J21 to Inc... Block H! __ ...._._.. -- -. -. -- Unknown ...... 1.47 o K. NH of 8WH of NEK of NWU _. .... ISWH I 19 I Fr.nkfor R D 6.11' 5
Lots 11 to SO Inc., Block B! .."........ .. .. ... .. Unknown -.L... .... Lot 1 to S lea, B :'.............. Taylor a Hal- .of NE14 of NWH of NW' -:_._ 18WH I" I ._... 6.It
Lot. 6 to 10 Inc.. Block F ... ., _: ._ -_ ... ... Unknown _..__. 1.47 ---. I." of NWU of NWH _.._. 18EH I I S Abbott. O N .._ '.1
Lot 11 to 10 Inc., Block F ..--.-__..-+_. _. __ ... .. Unknown ..h.. 6.10 L'I _____________. -- .. -_ .. FulwVodni"___. 1.14 of SB 14 of NWH of NWH ___.__ I I" S Ilarwe 4 San ._ '.1
Lots .. 7. 8 and 9 Block G ....__ _. __ -. -_ ._ WoodalWoodall. J H.. 1.07 I ___.__u__? -- -. ._ _. Taylor lallid. Beg. 8P cor. of 8w' of NW% run N
Lota 10 and 11 Block 0 .'.-......__I... _.. _. __ ._ Ballad O ... 6.10 *,. I." 616 ft W 410 ft E 410 ft... I 1.9 4 Hurt, M H E.t. L2Gliehrl.6
Lots 12 and II Block O .__...___._ -. _. __ ._ Unknown ---... 1.16 Lot. 1 to !f Inc- Block 3 _._"_______. -- .. ._ Van Ale"n."c"| 10.16 '
I Lot 17 and IS Block 0 --____?___I.. -- .- "'.. .. Tanner, Mrs. i"Lot. 1 to ?i J"0SI011 K __._._______ -. _. Dne..an..A E__ 10.18 Lots 1 and .. .___..........__....__. .. .. .. .. PhlHlpa. M C.. ...*
W C ----:.__. 1.66 1 to IS* B0k N ._________._ -- -. .. -. 80"elan. FJ__ '.10 Lot. I, 3, 6 and 7 ...._______.______ I ._, .. Unknown ____._ 1....
r Lots E, 6 and 7 Block H _______.____ .. .. .. -. Donegan, A E_. 9.71 t14 Block N _.______.______._.____ -. .. ._ ... A E__ .8' Lot. 10, 11. 14 and IS _.-----.----..I __ _. -: _. Unknown I.88
Lot. 10 and 11 Block H _..._.._._ __ __ .. ._ Ward. Mr.. R B 1.16 Lot. 17 to SS Inc., Block N .____u_ -- -_ .. Slchor. Olga 1.18' Lot. SS and II ... -.-?..--.-?.___ .. DoneganAE. 1..67.6T
Lot 16 and VH lot 17 Block H ________ _. __ Unknown .----. 6.10 Lots I.to y..nc'ock O ......_.._ -- .. ._ .. C H 6.10 Lots 18 and.19 __.I.............._...! .- .. ., -. Unknown '...... .
H. W. Merrew 8..0....... ef Let M Lot. St to 84 Inc.. Block O .___________ -- -_ ._ ._ Fulwoodnb A.. 1.07 Lot 18 ___________:-....___.____._.._ _. .. ." .. Unknown ...... ...*
o Lot 6.. 6 and 7 .___._._.___.__.._____ -- ... -- ._ Sander, W 3. 1.17 Lot. 1 to 14 Inc Block P ..._____.._ -- .- .. ._ DyaU J P _____ 16.16 Glle *. 9_.. Addition. .
It Lot 10 -___1_______,_-_-__ __._-_______ _. -. _. _. Wayman Annie .86 N I ft. of WH Block R _____________1 -- -. .. .. Unknown .____I 1.48 Lot 41 ____._____________._.__....__.. .. .. .. .. Unknown ...... .OT
Lot 16 .__.n_________,____I___________ ._ .. .. _. Unknown .-.-.. ... .. NW cor. of Lot 1 run B 94 ft E Lots 48 and SI ._._...__.__..._._.._.. .. .. ._ .. Unknown ...... .67
Warls g *. Weetall-. Sab.nirl.lea ef 71 ft. N 94 ft W 71 ft. Block 8 __" .. Guernsey, J 8.. I." Lots 61 and 60 .-_._..........._.__.. .- .. __ _. Unknown ...... .67
Lets 48. 44. 49 ... 91 8WK of Lot 1 Block 8 _.______._..__ .- _. __ .. Unknown ._____ ..,. Lots 61. 67 and 61 _____n____- Unknown ...... .64
a I...ts.l to 9 Inc., Block A ....__.__.__ .. _. .. -_ Unknown _.___. S.1S Beg. SB cer. of Block 8 run N 140 ft. Cllrbri.fs Third Addition.Lot '
Lot 1 to 9 Inc, Block .B ...______u. -- .. -- -. Unknown _..... 8.18 W 100 ft 8 140 It E 100 ft. F nnell. L__. 6.8S 1, 8 and 1 Block 1 .__..______... .. .. __ .. PlaJ'el B _._._ I.'.
Lots 1 to 9 Inc., Block aT:__..__._.__u_ -:. _. _. .. Unknown _...__ 1.18 b.Dlrlslen *f Msthew A. I Lots I and 6 Block I .........__.__.. -. -, _. .. ..._._ 1.'T.
'u Lot 1 to 9 Inc., Block D Unknown _.--_. 1.18 Lot. J, 1 and 4 Block A __________ -. .. .. Buisa, ,8 8 ____ '11.68 Lots 1 and 8 Block Unknown ...... .67..
Lot I to 9 Inc., Block K! ._..__'___...__ -. __ _- _. Unknown ...... 8.07 Lots 6, 6 and 7 less 8 60 f. Block A.--------- Buna, S 8 _... 1.1 Lot 4 Block S _.___________...___4_._. .'_ .. -_ .-. Unknown ......... 1.01
Lots 1 to 9 Inc.? Block F _..._._..._._ -- -- -- Unknown _..... 8.18 _....* 8nb.nirl.len MathewVAddition. West K.I.._. _
{ Lots 1 to 9 Inc., Block O __.____....... .. -. '.- .- Unknown ...... 1.18 Lot. 1. S, S an' 4 Block 1 _.__._____.. __ ._ -. 14 Wat.on.r J.___ 1.1'
Lots 1 to 9 Inc., Block H _._______.____ __ -- -- _. Unknown ...... 1.18 Lot I flock A ________.__. _?_______ -. __ .. "u.... S S ___. 1.47 Lots 6 and 1 ------------------------7 Unknown ...... I..89
Lot 1 to 9 Inc., Block I _.___________. .. _. _. __ Unknown ...... 1.18 Lot. 7 Block! A .__...___.__.._ -_ _. _. _. Bupssa, 8S ____ 1.48 All Blocks S to 14 Wat.on J J.._. 4- ...
,; i Lots 1 to 9 Inc., Block J ____.______u_ -_ _. __ __ Unknown _..... '.18 fate S and 4 Block A _._______u_. __ -. .. .. __ Flukey H B __ 2." lx>ts I. 7. S and 4 Block 14 ______.... -. __ 14 J :J._ .89
Lets 1 to 9 Inc., Block K ....._________ .- ._ _. _. Unknown ...._. 1.18 Lot S Block A _..__...__ u_______._. -_ _. ._ ._ Bu...B S .__" 1.47 Lob 1. 1 and I Block IS -__________.-. .. .. .' 10 Wat.on 3 J: .._ I..'
Lots 1 to 9 Ino., Block L .......____... .. -.' .. __ Unknown ____-. S.18 Patrick'. Addlllu. Lot 4 Block 18 ________-8. ______ .07
1 aa Lots 1 to I Inc., Block M: _.'___..._.____ ._ _. __ .. Unknown ...... 1.18 Lot S Block O _____" __..__. ___ :. .____ -- _. -r Francis, D O Est 41.94 Lot. 1 and S Black 19 n___.___I...._. .. _.. ..J __ Harrl., W B .88 p
-r Lots 1 to 9 Inc., Block N ____.._..____ .. __ _. ._ Unknown ___-_. 1.18 .0 Miller's Re-/.h. ..... .f I,.t 1 Tots I, 4. 6 and 6 Block 1* __ ___._._. .. .. .. 14 Wat.onJ :J__._ .if
Lots 1 to 9 Inc., Block O ._.___........ _. -. _. .. Unknown ...... 8.18 Black H. Lots 2. a, 4\I and 4 Block 10 ________ -. __ ._ 11 J.... ...t
N LoU 1 to 9 Inc. Block P---------------------- Unknown ___... 1.18 Lot 4 Thompson. W 71.11 All Blocks to 10 Inc. ....-..._._.. .. _. soo Watson, J J__.. 40.88
I .a Lot 66 ______u__.__._______________H _. .. .. _. Fluke Mr T__. ..,. Beg. 119 ft. Wot NE cor. of Lot 4 run ; Lot 1 Block II __________?__..__.___. ? -. .. ._ Brown Morgan 7.78
IV. ... Vmrmtrr-m RII. -DI"I.a ef I 8 4SH ft. W 60 ftN 41H f1. E SO ft Lot 1 Block 81 .__..__.___-..._.__.... ... _ I Thompson. .
Fan_>era AddltlM t. Iroepeet Park Block H _.-....__...._.._._._______ .. .. --Wllbon. :J" U Jr 1.09 John ..._._.. .7'
Be4asr a Seb-ulrl-leB e* Let n Beg 48 H ft. E ef NW cor of Block I Hlgkvlew.Lot. .
Lot.. 1 and 4 Mack. D ...... 1.16 run 8 106 ft E >ft ft. 8 16 ft. W 1 and SLot ._____..._______.___.... .. .. ._ Abbott O H ... 7.71
r, Lots IS and 1-------------------------------- Ora.e..r R ... 1.16 I ft 8 11% f1. E 1' ft. N 4114 10 _______..;.._.......?_.___,_.. __ .. .. .. Cheek ; A --__ 1.86
a Lot 19, 14, IS and 16 ..___..--____.... .. _. .. Kelley, D_..._. I."* LW 40 IL N 10' ft. W ft _______. I __ ._ _. Dann. JJ ...._1S.SO Lot 11 and IS _______________.,.,-_ __ .. ._ ... Cuppett. U B ._ 17.4S
Beg. 47 ft. 8 of NE con of Lot 80 run b tea. E % Block H ..__. _. ._ _. 8mlt... :JR.... 11.69 Lake bre A."t,._ i
8 40 ft W 111 ft N 40 ft E 116 ft._ .. .. .. Muse Llisl Est 4.79 Lot I Block N 1__. It ___-._-.._. .. __ _. Dann. C W .._ 11.79 Lots 11 and IS Block 1 _.______._.___. _ -_ O-Bryan. Lewis 1.16, 7
$e[. SB cor of Lot SO run N 70 ft W I Lot S Blo P.------------------------ OrtTln A L ..._ ....1 Rlfe 8.b-DIvIM..2. .9T amd a
116 ft 8 70 ft E US ft ___________. .. .. .. ... Dow, A P ...... 1'.'. Fractl. lea b" NW cor. nuB i. r '
it: '' Pr..O.et Parity B- -.- 8.b.Olrt.4ea ft E 140 ft N W 140 ft Blk. P _ Mach BroL. ._.. 1.41 W3 Lot i ..__..___.....__._ -_ .. ._ Tiller, Mr* U.,. .84 4
f Bta 6-1 . 4.112 B. C .MUte-M Re-6.b-Dfv4slea.t Blk. 1 H ---MNVIe.--
hl Lot 1 and I __..____....... ._ ._ __ .. Merkel.. Mrs. B. S.II Lt .____.-.__________________ _ drsnu. J R _14.41 Lot 1 ._ o. - Dna I B.
LoU 8 and 10 .._.:.._-_._-_..___ ._ ._ ._ _. Muter L ..... 16.16BVkwntng I .._ .... .r Lot 4 and 7 --...._......__.-.___. _ 8"enh C __ l'i
Lot 14 _.______._._..+._.__...__ __ _- 8 W.. 1.67 __ >. Lot. 86 and 14 _________._.___.. : .. __ F_ w
Lot SS and St __....._......_-__ ... Dow. C P ..... '..'1 Lot I Block _. __1. ..._ _,. Freeman. O W. I..' 9 160 ft ,of N S60 it of Lot SS __. ._ _ :Jo..1 .. :
Lou 81 to 86 Ino. .._.__..__ .._ .. .._ L Imnd.. K .._ 11.45 W 49 ft. of Lot I Block V .._-, n.__ .. Harris, W.r.. 7.71 N Ill ft of 8 SSO Lot I.__ _ ..' "
Lot 41 and 41 ........__..._.... _ ._ :Johnaton. Joe ...1 WH Lot a Block w . ... .. ... _ AlUn. L ___-_ S4.71Bpllttsr Lot 64 .....__..__._.nU .... :- _ Coabran C-.-. 1.* 1
Lot. 46 and 44C .__-_____.__..___.. ._ _ '_ AdamaoP/ M_ S6.8S WH Lot 4 Black X .___.+_.__ _ Franc .'.1' Lot 68 _._________----.r.-. __ -_ .._ frtratman Cba*. .'' y
1'laS .... .1 Lota E"Lot 1 Block T _._.-........ _ SMUT., kra.Daisy Lot. Tae 71, 19 _C.N -.-.-. --- - - "ot J i* H--' .". q:
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Lot 8 -._...--.-__.__....-_......_ Y _. Orerstreat" Crate 4 Block T _.__HI.-,.-___1 __ Tom.r W. 41.69 All Lt 144 sad. a 111 N .r R R-,_ '' - a.p".i..
Co. ___w__ '.'1 Lot 1 Bleok GO _____ _' W. 101 -_. - C '
Lot 11 and 11 .-___._'_......___ _. LI d, R .H_ 1.14 x I Bleak O__.._._.... _. _ J 6. ._ x_>t-lllr.\VM, .and 116-. ,,,. .. _--. _., ,_._. ., ,- Uakaewn. ...._..,. 8.64_ .
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DESCRIPTION OF LAND .2 CI ''e.:'" bel' :; OWNER" cwo :"t!,). SERVE FORCE OFFERS TO rS
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u C, Osc eola Hardware Co.
. 1-0 ,, a 4oa; MEN WHO ENROLL NOW:

10 N '41 tt lock C'.w: : '.'__ .//Iumn..r.; W Is J i,1I1 i
'" Lot J..ot. 1 except a sad II flock 1J _.. __ __ __ $tratrnan. Chas 4.41J..ot .
M 9 Mock J U ______uu_.n-----________:._,._ _-_ __ __ __ Unknown ------ 1(11 The enrolling office at the city the of misconduct) and no loss Located Kissimmee's {
Lot 11 Block D ___ __ .___...:__ __ __ __ __ LlghtHl'Y, Pe'Vllt 1.01 on
of
1.1.4'01. llcl.Yle. 'Tampa, Florida, is located in the In- pay during! absence with leave.
l I.ot.I, 3, a and 8 Block A _._ ___:.:__ __ __ _. __ Unknown ------ 2.12 folnwtion'Bureau' room 1. Everyone, 7. Opportunities for instructionand BUSIEST CORNERREFRIGERATORS
_ __ __ __ __ Unknown' ------ 2h8 :
Lots 8, 7. 9, 10. 11 and IY Hlo..k A u experience in many lines of work
Lots a. 6, 8, 7, 8. 10. II, 12-1I"an.1 U , __ I._,_. '19known 4.114 Is invited to call at this office and all which will be of benefit after return
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III0rn Ii and Ill to 24 ins-1'.loek, 11 _. -- s.._ __ UIIIOIown .____:._ 4.411J.Ota Jnfftl'n1otlon"will be gladly given per. ing to civil life .
J..ota
I to l2 Inc.. ltlock (- ______:..__n..__ __ __ _- _w J.Tnkllown __u__ 4.110. taining to the U. S. Naval Reserve 8. Excellent opportunities for especially -
Lot. JI to 20 Inc.. Ulock C _.---""..-.-- .- '.. .-- W0'wards'' &_ 14d:__ aflS' force Office hours are as follows: capable men with'good education -

Lots 21 snd 24, nlorlt C./ ______,-_____-_ __ ._ _..: __ 1'1I1 1Vnrlna' R 'd m.'to 4:30 p. m. This office does not ranks, as have already done
many We'handle
Work .c -- -- '
and Z3 -- and .anUary.
-- -- : that efficient
------- -- __ 1.1i6 REFRIGERATORS are
2,8 wards ,
J' open on Sundays. All, mail will be since the )beginning of the
presentwar.
Lots 1 to s ,,inc.. arid Lots 1 I, If and IS __ ._., __ _. 'Ilrllllt A Fd.Block ; a.iswered promptly .
butter,
1) __ ___ __. .__ wards. -- tat" Keep foodfrom spoiling, gives you ice water, and keeps the
n. .' WarlnR a' Fit 1. Cash pay ranging from $35.90to Service, under the most desirableand
2Inc.. Inoch -_---_ '
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Lots 17 to ; ; : -- --, : ,
: wards --- ... L89!! $83 per month according to rating. healthful conditions with a mini frog,) becoming discouraged. The prices are right too; '
Lot. J, 2 ant} 6 to 10 Inc.. Dlock E OJ___' __ __ -., .+ \Var.wllru. {s &_J.<_l... 8.98., 2. Hoard lodging, clothing allow mum of hardships even in time of .
ance and ,medical attendance, in addition war. Whether ashore or afloat, men

L BANDY to pay. Considering the present in the navy always have a comfort We have few 9il2 MATTING left better speakfor
SQUARES
C. : cost of living these allowances are able place to sleep and plenty of good a ;

Tax Col1ector'Osceo1a County. equivalent to about $45 per .month. wholesome food. one before they are'gone.! The prevailing colors are, red and
3. In addition to the above men 10. Men of the District Reserve

... ,_.: -: with families are given "family allowances" force are trained at Key West, where .green.,, -
.aw.k' in cash, as follows: For a they have with
NAVAL RESERVE OPEN TO comfortable quarters, r
WHO '
k' TEACHERS AND PUPILS wife 515.00 per month;' for a wife electric lights!, screens, shower baths : .
c POSSESS THRIFT ,STAMPS. MEN BETWEEN'IS AND 35 and one child, $25.00; for A wife and and other conveniences. and a good and* ''
The ELECTRIC TOASTERS GRILLS the daintiest conveniences -
two children $32.50; and for each additional mess. Free. moving,, pictures band are
i. W. S. S. AND LIBERTY BONDS The'three million to be called child (above two) $5.00. concerts, athletic events and other imaginable. They are the ne plus ultra the ultima thule
.. '' I this year means that all able bodied 4. Further cash allowances, under forms of clean amusement are pro
(('*. lock, Carolyn Fripp, Frances Tress single. While the Naval Reserve can mother, brother, sister,. and oth- the requirements!. of disciplineand .
Henry Singeltary, Norma Griffin only take a limited number it has er near relatives. duty is granted. pliances. 'We sell them.
Edgar, Bryan Frank Bryan, Gerald been decided by ''District Enrolling 5. Government life, insurance if 11. Ages 18 to 35. .,"
Rivers, Vem Wilson. Officer, Lieutenant Marcy B. Darnall, desired, is furnished at about one- 12. All men in the draft age who
War Savings Stamps-Grace Gilbert to keep the Tampa Enrolling Officeat thud the usual premium rates, in desird to enroll must have a release Pkase examine our line of WHITE ENAMELED BREAD BOXES.
Henry Edwards, Frank!, Bryan, room 1. City Hall, open for a lim amounts up to $10,000. Premiums are from their local board.
Violet Douglas, Norma GriTnn, Fran-. ited time to take care of the men in payable monthly at the following For further information apply to Also our, BLACK ENAMELED CAKE BOXES. They are distinctly
ces Tucker, Carolyn Fripp the draft age who will be! nble tQ secure rates per $1000 of insurance: At the District Enrolling Officer Seventh
Liberty Bonds -Carolvn I ripp, release, from their local boards. age of 21, 65 cents per month;rat age Naval District, Tampa Florida. useful, keeping moisture. In, and insects out and so making whole
Blanche Davis Norma Griffin, Franks Only able bodied men between the 30( G9c per month at of 40, Sic Ot to Section Commander. City families happy.. .. J
Tress, Violet\ Douglas, Ned Bul I ages of 18 and 35 will be enrolled. per month. This insurance"also protects Hall Tampa, Fla.
lock Dick Bullock. Any able bodied man of that **:e who ,. against disability,. either partialor Section Commander, Fair Building.
Twelfth Grade; in not in the service is a slacker.<< total. Miami. Fla.Section .
Thrift Stamps---Gussie Winn, Char Girls who do not urge their sweet C. No loss of pay or allowances on Commander, Post Office THRIFT STAMPS ,
lie Rejrero, Clanbell McGehee, Violet I hearts and brothers to into uniforms account of sickness or injury (unless Building, St. Augustine, Fla. Osceola
the in the Red Cross
Bullock, Bert -Wells, Muriel, I>Prentia are slackers al1 let aidineGermany. county went over top gloriously

Gertrude McKay Christine Ivey, ,I I If we put forth every effort drive; now let's hammer away on the sale of Thrift Stamps
William Arnold. Ruth Howell, Mar we will win. If we fail to standup Five. Thousand Women LIBERTY AND. ONIONS FOREVER
,, garet Stanford. and give blow for blow Germany]i to Mr. Brax' Beech'He -
War Savings Stamps -' Gussie be all the !blows.' I
will soon delivering
One Man ver' fine man. GASHUM, SUSETTE AND THE BABY
Winn. Men with families need not hesitate Bring Around maka
lie beeg speech
,Liberty Bonds -:- William Arnold about enlisting because the government Say eata banan, ; There is a neb by in the home, and, as Gashum looked at the
Bert Wells, Margaret Stanford, Miss has gcneVously provided for .i i
Almena Lcitner, It. M. Evans. their families by extra allowancesand Down In Texas the suffragists havea Eats Kata-onion da spud; squirming bit of humanity he said, wonderingly, 'Seems to me he's

cheap life insurance. Over two pretty good friend- who Is an ant I. Sava da wheat, awfully-er-er tanned.
i**** * * ** * ** ** * .1 hundred fine men have arrived in Key Sava da shug.
ft I I West for the Reserve in the past ten Ills name Is Judge Harry Miller, andre Watch
Buy alia stuff this space for more about the baby next week.Awwith .
i* DEMOCRATIC CONQRE88IONI !I'I days, among them bankers, merchants lives In Dallas. Recently he madea From pedla man.
clerks and others of good stand-
I l* AL. LEADER FOR SUFFRAGE. contribution to the Women's Oversea Make heem reech .
'ing in their home towns, and they
,* -- .i as well as All who enlist will be given Hospitals U. 8. A.., regardless of ItasuI'Croge Fast as you can. .
,:* Representative Scott Ferris of opportunity to pass examinations -Parker Street Poet in Tampa
backing. Then he went a step
Oklahoma the newly elected for commissions.The Tribune. GROWING HOGS ,
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further and made this proposition to DEADLY POISONSRPtfCPRN
chairman
of he Democratic young men who enlist::; now and
|* Congressional Campaign Com- try to do the right thing have great Mrs. Nonle Mahoney, a Dallas suffrage For a hog to be profitable he must
i r* mtttee, Is a staunch supporter of chances. for promotion. The choice lender and one of the directors of the OSTEOPATHY be kept growing from birth to mar-,

1* suffrage. I of army or navy is now open to drafted National American Woman Suffrage Dr. DeWitt Lightsey, who former KILLS RATS. MICE AND 1COPHCRS* unless keting he age.is healthy.lie cannot lie be can profitable alwaysbe
"'I am In fnrof of giving suffrage men who can secure permissionfrom Iy visited Kissimmee, has requestedDr. All Al.t '
in
a profit-producing/ condition if
to women ungrudgingly, ," their local boards. Howell to announce that he will FOR SALE B* he is fed B. A. Thomas' Hog Powder.We .
I* sold 1< Representative Fl'I'rls. I This privilege may be withdrawnat be unable to resume his visits and
positively tell that this
j t* speaking in the Houses; !"first, any time, and those who prefer the suggests that those wishing the ser- CENTRAL Kiiiimmee.DRUG Fla.STORE edy prevents cholera you, removes worms rem.,
;T*. because; I believe Ins right; seeS .* Reserve should not lose a single ,dayin ._ vices of an osteopath call on Dr. and cures thumps. If the powder does
ond because I can find no sound plying for enrollment. I .t. Howell at his' office, 3 N. Orange Show your true blue by buying a not 'make good, we -will. Waters A:

S or satisfying argument logic or Non-Fatal Injuries Quite Common.In t-try Ave., Orlando, or phone 617. 20-8t War Savings Stamp. Carson Grocery Company, -

reason that will justify a course booklet the VEtna ,
published by
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i!* In opposition) to It; third, In substance Life Insurance Co., we find the follow
r 1!* In truth, and In fact, the ing item: "Available statistics prove
four great political platforms of that last year in the United States i
Mr the last election promised equal 11.000,000 people received non-fatal f
'* suffrage to woman M to man." injuries..' This must include slight fi
'*. injuries not sufficiently serious to require i W H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGHArnold

**** * * *** ** *** ** the attention of a surgeon. Peo- OFFICE GROUND FLOOR
ple should be prepared td treat injuries
f.' ,>"' of this character themselves ,, ;, ''s, r CITIZENS BANK BUILDING ?
In your de lre' to do lIomelhlng. big for most of them all that is needed is 1 1 .1 yJ
don't overlook the'possibility of help.. a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment. -,
ing relieve'',the f if situation i by;; raising It Is excellent for sprains and bruises, ,
a flock, of chickens."*'s ; also da relieve rheumatic pains. :i
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MR*. NONIB MAHON.V.I ,

t are on the man who Association: "Bring me ,OOO name of ,
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TCXM women who want suffrage and I

.. will support It." :

"Oh Judge," demurred Mrs. Mahoney -

prettily, "that 1s a stupendous. ': REAL ESTATE -

t SAVESPAUSE task I"! Then. she paused M If to get

.t tier breath. She was really' running

over In her mind the name of the women -
abe would call up on the telephone .
and put on the Job within the '

next ten minutes "A stupendous task. HAVE THE LAND want-any size .
Judge, but It can be done. It's a bar- .WE you
for rier, but its not like the sex barrier-
; moment: young man, Impossible to overcome." Farm from 5 to 640 acres or more-with or

give a thought to self. The The modesty Involved In requiring
that It shall take the opinions of 0,000

d problems that confront you now or Texas women to offset the opinion of without orange groves, land adapted to the growing .
found
one Texas man Its match In the t -

ij will a few years hence. celerty the balance.with which the 0,000 got Into of CASTOR BEANS, Truck Farms, Chicken Farms, ,

Within ten days the National American
., Look about TOO-tie men of affair in eoaatry.state, nation
Woman Suffrage Association received Cattle ranches Hog raising general farming Potato
yet in the world, are the men who started to tare early in life. a telegram from Mrs. Mahoney -

saying the Texas .list bad gone over
They hare the respect and confidence of the commal tJ. the top with S.OOO names on It and and Cabbage land, or virgin soil. .

more names pouring In hourly.
Then look en the, other tide-at the fellow who spend all they .
w make-they may hare a food time for a while, bat what doe their Stomach Troubles. "We( have a number of bargains in city prop-

reflect?
personality When your system becomes clogged
from overeating constipation and a that wouldn't resist. .
i A dollar or to deposited in this bank will be the torpid liver, your stomach is likely to erty.. you ,
nucleus of an honorable independent career. trouble you. A dose of Chamberlain's
f Make your berinninf now-today. Your bankbook Tablets will give you quick relief. Call- on us to show you. It costs you nothingto
wiQ the They cause a free movement of the .
pare way. bowels, tone up the liver and strengthen -

Capital stock ___-_________. ___ ___ $100,000.00 the digestion. You will be surprised let us prove that we have the land you are looking -':
when you realize how much better
Resources over..._______-___________,______ 600,000.00 you are feeling a day or two after ,; :
taking these tablets. for.-in the place you like---and at prices you
Officers and Director:
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.t ,CL A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, T-P. Whenever. -You Need a General Toolc: can pay. -
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ROMA THOMAS Cashier .
chill Tie Tonic 014 Standard.. equally GrorV valuable Tasteless ---t t h hI hI hSt hr
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u,' j A. CARSON WIFE IING. E. IV LESLEY. well known tonic properties QUININE
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-0S .oat Malaria Enriches the Blood and
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$2,000 OVERSUBSCRIPTION 'PRESIDENT ROMA THOMAS- HAS CALLED A SPECIAL A VICTIM FAILS TO IDENTIFYKissimmee '


, MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRADE FOR TONIGHT TO HEAR
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It was no,, surprise to. Kinsimrnee THE REPORT: O? THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO CONFER -- T
when I became deeply shirred the conductor the A. C. L. train
people it wee l\:1ounc..d that SECURING on
LUMBER CO.
WITH THE CLIFFORD TO
RELATIVE
the :Second Red Cross drive fo" win Monday afternoon when it became : and the man was returned to the jail

work had been ovor-sulscribed nearly THE LOCATION OF ITS MILLS IN KISSIMMEE. THIS IS A known that a negro charged with 'an I reaching here about 3" o'clock. .
thirty per cent of t'io' quota and that attempted heinous crime against a On Tuesday a man answering the
... Osceola county had gone "over the MATTER OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO THE BUSINESS LIFE young society girl of Sanford was description of the negro wanted was
top" with a total of nearly; ( .OOO. lodged in the Osceola county jail. shot and .killed by Charles Carter, (
It was everybody's campaign from: OF THIS CITY AND IT IS HOPED ALL OUR BUSINESS MEN The evening shadows- had scarcely who for years was marshal of Orlando.

the first moment of the drive and begun to >deepen when a crowd assembled The negro is said to have entered -
the enthusiasm continued throughoutthe WILL ,BE PRESENT. week. The matter was not left to be from Sanford and Orlando the Carter home. She Immediately
to emotion or haphazard effort, !however I and by the time darkness came, screamed for assistance and in the
but S. 1i. Lupfer county chairman fully twenty-five cars were parked scuffle was severely cut with a razor
effected there. Not alight visible not Being frightened he made for
a thorough organization was away
of the forces of this city and a, word was spoken, scarcely a sound the woods followed by Mr. Carter,
the county also appointing chairmen CLIFFORD LUMBER CO. MAY' broke the stillness till a determined who heard tho alarm. The negro

of the localities some distance away: party of men appeared at the door thinking him unarmed advanced,
and of five committees of workers to of .the courthouse broke the cater brandishing a razor, but when he discovered
canvass this section. htItii' lock and entered took the negro from that Mr, Carter had his Win
On Friday the ladies organized YET BE INDUCED TO LOCATE his cell and left. Chester he turned and ran. Mrr Car
teams and made a house to house Speaking of the incident Sheriff ter was satisfied that the negro was
canvass, collecting nearly $350( in L. H. Ingram said "I was sleeping the man wanted for the attemptedcrime
mall sums though many Jadies had at the 'jail and was there when they so took no further chancesand,
previously subscribed. MILL IN entered. They overpowered me, took fired.
It was noticeable that strangers to THEIR KISSIMMEE the keys and delivered the. negro. I Story of the Crime.A .
this section were liberal donators to remonstrated with them for l' was young lady said to be about
the common cause. This was espe- satisfied he was not the one who sixteen was returning from an auto
- had attempted the tfrime and told ride Friday afternoon with a young
of and
cially true Supt. M. E. Sutton That Kissimme's fathers and creased should the furnish the
city city
crew who are constructing the dirt them so. They replied as they left, gentleman and when but a short distance
here alive to for the
the business men are power plant. These warrants
S L. LUPFER 'We will give him a deal and from the brick road a few
fill for the A. C. L, railroad across square
of the of would be used
the lake for Mr. Langford. The crew County! Chnirman Red Cross. the advancement' progress to liquidate the sum bring him back if he is not the one'." miles above Sanford the car
detiermirted Ho advanced. It could
the oommtuniQyt' l land easily be seen
stalled in the soft undo The
the in red
to a man followed Supt. Sutton's 'example unturned that would that in less They placed negro a big young'man.
and donated to the fund. which was the first donation received, leave no stone evi- the something than three car and started ,on their run for the a boy about) nineteen, was endeavoring
his contribute to its progress was years entire sum would be repaid of the attempted crime at to keep the wheels from
The largest single subscription was then followed up own subscription scene a
when and
denced last Wednesday night at no additional cost to the city
speed of perhaps fifty miles hour, spinning in the sand and while engaged
donated by L. E. Voorhees of Nar- with a thorough canvass of his an
session to
whereas the
IlL.. the council met in called money paid by the mill
this !
work
coossee. The remainder came in district. sounding an Incessant warning to in was approached
small sums and represented approxi- "In the Hilliard Island section Ira consider a proposition from the Clifford for current would psy for the addi- traffic for right of way while car af by a negro. At first he paid no attention
the
Lumber company regarding tional fuel used and a profit as well, ter loaded ,the but when the
mately 650 subscribers.The Weatherby was a liberal subscriber car' to the full capacity to man,
location of their proposed mill. for it was estimated the bill
result of team work in this and a tireless worker till the close of addressed monthly fell into line in a sinister procession. negro drew a knife he looked about
the for
C W. Ward meeting current would amount to
some- Arriving at Sanford the was and finding nothing tot defend himself
section the
was tabulated as follows: campaign. negro
saying that last week it ,was an- thing like 1000. turned and for the
taken
Committe No.- "Campbell Station's contributionalso to the young lady's bedside for with ran
nounced that the company had definitely P. C. Clifford, manager<<; of the Clif- identification but she expressed water and light plant some two
1-C. A. Carson chairman $770.10 went in with Kissimmce's total. a
,land
mill ford
2-R. M. Evans chairman 514.25 The St. Cloud district which Is or- decided to locate its on Lumber company was presentto doubt as to his being' the man who, blocks away. The young' lady started +
near St. Cloud, but that himself in answer any questions relative to back the road but after"
attacked
her and her father along
3-Carson Farmer chm._ 357.59 ganized as a separate chapter witha : expressed -
with James M. Willson jr., the situation. hundred;;
4-S. L. Lupfer Jr. chm__ 1205.25 quota of $1,500 of the amount allotted company interviewedMr. the belief that he was the wrong running several yards the negro
I-A. S. Nelson chairman 860.50 to Osceola county raised the and Councilman Taylor Supt Joiner of the light and water man. The .crowd about the house overtook her and began tearing
Ladies Teams organized splendid sum of 2660. A deletra- Creelman before his departure plant was also in attendance and momentarily increased and the feel- the clothing from her body. By this .
by Mrs. N. C. Bryan 335.82 tion of St Cloud people solicited for his home and asked that. a definite I gave some valuable information ing intensified till the cries of "Kill time the young man returned, with 4 +

Narcoossee __._,.?_-------- 850.00 from the colored population of Nar- proposition' be made, to the people about the plant which. he snid could him, lynch him now and give' us the aid of several men from the light ,
Deer Park __________.___ 53.00 coossee and secured $90( which ;.aised here outlining the conditions'under' handle the proposition of furnishingthe nigger,"- became common. However plant. On seeing the approachingmen : ''I
which the mill could be induced to current this .
Speaking of the drive. Chairman Narcos 'ee'a total to $682. summer with no td- the men who had taken him from the the negro struck her sever
locate at Kissimmee. Mr. Creelman ditlonal force. During the winter Kissimmee firm in their blow which rendered her unconsciousand
jail were
Lupfer: said: "We expected tov over At Deer Park $53.18 was d natedto
agreed to consider the matter. with season it would bo necessary to en- determination to him threw her into a ditch, then made .
the top and exceed our quota of the Red Cross drive in Osceola give an opportunity
other- members of his company andas large the capacity of the plant. The to substantiate his claim of his getaway into a swamp. "
$6,000 for the county though we are county much of this being given by
a result of this interview a cost of his increase in the he I .
gratified at the big total reached. the colored employes of Hopkins saw- propo- plant innocence. He claimed to have been When the young lady viewed the )
It was tho splendid co-operation of mill at the solicitation of Mr. sition was to be submitted to the estimated. at 18000. in Hastings on Friday and on Satur- body of the man killed by Mr. Car- I
the people that made this victory Kempfer who" subscribed one day'swork city,, council and the people. Dr. Carson, chairman of the. light day started for Sanford. Ho claims ter she expressed it as her belief '
possible. Throughout the week Dr. The town of Deer Parkis The proposition as read seemed to and water committee, stated that the after leaving the ferry at Palatka he that he was the man who had attacked .
be one which the city' would experience conditions were all favorable to the boarded train No. and-paid $2.11 her, The young man who was
W. B. Witherspoon was the 'wheel- "near the Brevard county line and j '.
horse and chairrr.ai., ,. committeemenand the majority of the money donatedto little difficulty conforming to. city and perfectly satiafrctory but, for his ticked the receipt for whichhe with her at the time also expresledhis
people alike all helped. the drive was sent through thGt.county'a It provided that the mill be operatedwith I at the same time called attention to turned over to the sheriff at San. belief that the dead man was the ,
"\''' "No account made electrical current from the city the fact that the city council had no ford., This fact was corroborated by_ one who made the attack.
separate
was pf report.Taken light plant at a price of 6 cents per power to lend money and therefore ..
, the Shingle Creek section as the \ as a whole the drive reflected -
kilowatt. It is that
probable a cur- could not advance the initial sum re
business interests there are BO close- great credit on the county and
rent will be required to onerate a 125 quired.
ly identified with Kissimmee, thoughA. showed not only the patriotism here ."-'.'
A. R. Dennis, the chairman for that but the unity of the people in their horse The power-company enarine.agrees to furnish the President The meeting t RoTh then maii adjourned d and the MODERN AMUSEMENT PIER ;
r' district gave a substantial 1 check support of the nation's cause as well '
with wood
city light plant at $2.30per board of trade int session to handle
cord and it is that the
probablo the matter the business
through men '
$7,200 now paid by' the city for wood of the city tnd after careful co.isid-
I INTENSIVE CAMPAIGN annually will be materially Increased eration appointed a strong commit SURE FOR KISSIMMEE PEOPLE

FOR should the plant furnish the mill tee havin! In' its personnel Messrs.C. .

with current. W. Ward. J. M. Willoon jr., H. C. ,
All the comp'ny asks is that a sum Stanford, C. A. Carson S. L. Lupfer,
of $25,000( be advanced to partial! S. B. Aultman". Roger D ddlA. S. That Kissimmee is to have an up- bathers and children.
{ SALE OF W.S. S. PLANNED ] cover the cost of building the rail- Nelson, E .L. Lesley and J. M. Lee. to-date amusement pavilion is now This spot is not only a beautiful
road spur from the' A. C. L. road to These gentlemen are to look Into the practically assured in fact the workon location for this purpose, but it i La an
the company's timber. This money situation and report back to an ad- ideal one for picnics or camping par
the structure is already In progress ties. The lake rim is here' and
-- --- - to be paid in wood to the plant. The journed meeting tonight. high

Kissimmee. Fla., May 28, 1918. 1 local societies which are expected to plan arranged is that tho city draw a The following letter from R. J. under the supervision of Arn- well shaded.
The sale of War Savings Stamps ; be organized in every community. warrant each month for the amountof Clifford gives the details of tle plan: old & MacDonoguh and within possibly One of the best features of this location .
now totals 19599.57, and credits as I Do rot be alarmed by the proportionof wood use{ That amount at pres- thirty days the auto parties that is 4ta'easy access from Kis-
follows: I the task at hand as while it would ent is $600 but would likely be In- (Continued On Page Eight.) now motor to neighboring,towns for simmee; It is not a matter of a nine

Kissimmee ____-______.:.____$9717.62 I seem to be an impossible undertak- their Thursday afternoon outings mile trip and back just when every
St. Cloud _____,___________ 9363.61 ing it is just lar"e enough to makeus may find better accommodationswithin one is asked to conserve everything/
Deer Park _____-_______?-- 265.60 wake up and remember that it is a few miles of Kissimmee. including gasoline but is only three
Kissimmee Park ___________ 129.96 a small burden as compared to what 'NEW ADVERTISING BOOKLET This dock will be erected in East miles from the city limits to the f
-Narcoosseo" _____. _________ 94.44 many thousands of our boys are will- Lake Tohopekaliga in a line with the water's edge. All but about' 1 1-2
Kenansville ,u___u__ ___..__ 28.34 ing to do for our country and while road that intersects the Rull Bass miles is paved with brick and the
The original allotment), to this they, are prepared to make the su- Farms, near his beautiful ri ,Idence. county commissioners have agreed to
county is $260,400.00( thus by deducting preme sacriftce if need be, you get DISTRIBUTION It; will have two floors the lower one put this bit of road in good condition'
READY FOR.
, the sales reported above we havea ready to do your full, duty and do it divided into some 40 rooms pr lockers which would mean draining and
. net deficit of approximately $240- when the time arrives. It would not and the upper floor will includea gradingIt. .
: boo which the people of this countyare take us very long to produce any dance floor 30x50 feet. There will Mr. Holmes Prather! who originated (
expected to subscribe for and amount that a vict moue enemy -- be t provision made for a lunch and the plan stated that while the

I purchase during the remainder If the might levy and t.his.has. already been The beauties and the industrial op- big field of potatoes Osceola's new soft drink counter on the first floor, company has not been formally organized .
year done in Belgium and other down est School buildings banks and equipped with a kitchen and as yet there was no doubt:
crop.
I In order to distribute this allotment trodden nations Our government portunities of'Osceola county are being and handsome homes' and even a small dining' room above. of the support the business men

I of War Savings Stamps equitably the best in the world,,only asking shown in an attractive booklet stretch of the brick highways are The pavilion will be built some 600( would give it, in fact more than two-
among the various parts of,the coun- the loan of your money and offers the which has just been issued by the shown along with general informa feet out into the lake which will thirds of the stock is now subscribed
ty, a quota has been assigned for best security with! interest. Board of County Commissioners in take it into water seven feet deep.I and the lumber will soon be on the

each school district and will be an- The work which/! we are called upon behalf of the people. tion.These books are for free distribu-. A raft will be anchored still fartherout ground.
nounced as soon as practicable. to do is of the utmost importance This book is wonderfully, complete, tion and may be had from County to get 10 or 12 feet of water for When the structure is completed
Invitations will be given one hun- I not only to the successful prosecu- showing the principal assets of this Clerk J. L. Overstreet at his officeat diving purposes. Kissimmee can offer inducements to
dred or more men and women in the tion of the war, but will be of great section to be cattle, groves farmland the court house. Mr. Overstreethas The pier extending out to the pavilion , pleasure-seekers not found anywhere
next few days to attend a meeting in permanent benefit because of thehabits lumber. There is an accurate a upply of envelopes also for will be six feet wide and will near here and will doubtless be the
Kissimmee to form an efficient county of thrift and economy which map of the county and of the state mailing have steps leading down to the waterat mecca of auto parties all throughthe
organization to promote the sale will result from, it. Thorough organ- showing the principal cities. Thereare Send these purposes.booklets to friends intervals to accommodate timid summer season.
your
: of War Savings Stamns during tho ization in every community is very pictures of fine herds of cattle wishing Information and to one 01
! month of June end it is expectedthat important and large numbers of vol. any
and of 'there whom think
forage ; are might become inter-
crops pros- you
in the rural districts that the unteer workers will .be needed and FITTINGLY
in MEMORIAL DAY
perous looking groves and a cut of a ested locating here.'
district: school officials will take the I are hereby invited. TIe campaign
I initiative in their respective districts, begins June 1st. Are you ready to .
I' the co-operation and assistance of help? OBSERVED AT CHURCHES
other loyal and patriotic men and D. G. WAGNER, Chairman. .
i ,women is invited. The intensive Osceola County W. S. S. Com. --

I I campaign will culminate on June 28, Appointed by State War Savings DRAFT REGISTRATION In accord with President Wilson's The Ladies of the G. A. R. held a;
as will be explained laber. After Director J. F. C. under .
Griggs, authority proclamation Thursday, the National beautiful memorial service over the
t that date the remainder of the of the of the Unit-
Secretary
year Memorial Day, was observed in Kis- their late
Mrs
i .. should be devoted to perfecting the ed States Treaapry.fcncf JUNES simmee with fitting- and solemn services grave of comrade We'T.
Vail who feW'
I passed over some
participated in bv the G. A. R.
t I post and its auxiliary the Ladies of months ago

i; GOVERNMENT AGENT HERE the G. A. R., and by other citizensof This was followed by the regular
1" All the men who hate reached the age of 21 years since the 5th the city in a series of services at service of the G. A. R. post for the

: TO HELP ERADICATE TICKS day of Jane, 1917, are required by law to present themselves, ia during the various the day.churches: .held at intervals men At who ten o'clock"sleep beneath congregations the sod.gath-"

I person, at the office of the Local Board in Kusimmee, Florida for I At six o'clock the bell at the Presbyterian ered at the Christian church to listento
-- church announced the sun words from Rev O. B. Falls -'
5th pastor
Dr. G. N. Wickwire veterinarianof it is proposed to apply $100 towards registration, June 1918. ,rise prayer meeting' when Rev W. of the First Baptist church. At' .
the Bureau of Animal Industry of buying the material for each The Registrar will be ia attendance on that day from 7.00>> II. Coleman of the Christian church three-thirty another service was held

the U. S. Department of Agriculture vat with the understanding that the o'clock A. M. to 9:00 o'clock P. M. preached to the group of consecrated at the First M. E. church presided!
arrived in! Kissimmee this week and labor be supplied by those in the locality people who were present.At over by Dr. W. B. Witherspoon pastor -)
will make his headquarters here. where they will be built w" There win be but ONE PLACE OF REGISTRATION IN THE nine'a. m. the members of theO of the Presbyterian church and

Dr. Wickwire cornea to confer with will be benefited by It. ENTIRE COUNTY OF OSCEOLA-KISSIMMEE at above indicated O. Howard post G. A. R. and,the in the evening Dr. J.,D. Sibert, pastor "I
the people and to assist them,, in the Dr. Wickwire has expert knowl- Sedgwiclc Circle, Ladies of the G. A. bf the ,M.i E. church spoke to an at-)!
fight for the eradication' of the cattle' edge of vat building, and his services and every BUM white or colored, who hat reached the lawfal. age R., met at their hall in the Casino tentivw audience at the, First ,Baptist *(
tick which is -being waged here. and experience are at the disposal of aad...., the Presidential order. building laden with flowers. Cars to church. All the meetings were'
Recently the board'of' county commissioners the people free of charge. take them to Rose Hill cemetery largely attended by people .who. aeemi!
8 made an appropriation to The subject of cattle tick eradica- There is a severe peaky attached to Berlect of this duty, or were supplied by the people of the ed to be deeply stirred .1 I "IBsnke

carry on the fight and it is said that tion is likely to be prominent at the attempt to avoid it* performance. city and a number of those citizens and postofTice closed thehr -.1
nearly $1500 is available at this I timeto meeting of the county commissionersnext ur v Joined th. processional on Cts journeyto doors to observe the day>as ,a. na-1;; '0Lionel \
build public dipping vats. The Thursday, when some definite the "Silent City to pay their holiday- and inrasv.I QqJefc I "
sites for these have been selected action will probably be taken. tribute.to the dead. ,veiled over the entire oltg.;, '" '
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZEnE.. FRIDAY Y. MAY 31. 1918. ,--- ,.. ::

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Calomel Users! Listen To Me ) St. Cloud Department IN RED CROSS DRIVE"I

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1 Guarantee Dodson's Liver' Tone Of course it's' the St. Cloud way to I Agnes Livermore was chairman'' of
NEWS ,AND NOTES OF THE '"WONDER CITY" committee and
/ thoroughly do any job put\ up to it, the lunch performedher
BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT and when our Red Cross quota was duties with marked 'ability and

Eour: Sruggis't gives back your money if it doesn't I placed minute at that$11>00 we no would one thought stop at for'thatfigurer a rare The tact.following -are the names of

liven your liver and bowels and straighten. I I Everywhere you could hear the captains of the committees, with
in
Charles K. Hendrix wa'a born at on Friday to spend the summer collected
will the amount ;
you up without making you sick.There's .. 'Cleveland, Ohio, May 4th, 1840, and I Kansas! the expression, 4 We go and away if Men's Committee.
I died at his home here on New York The following is a letter ,to Mr. over the top and then some, Northwest SectionA. .
miss -
J I avenue and 14th street Sunday I and Mrs. Phipps from Comrade we don't double the amount we
1 on
Fl. T I I L close to J. Brown, chm. __._.? 361.50
,
I And we came
morning, May 26, at 7 o'clock, after Murch whose wife died ,here so suddenly our guess.
} no reason! why a person/ )is mercury and attacks your bones. I an illness of six ,weeks Mr. Ilend- '' ? the double mark, for when the returns Northeast Section- .
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should found that .J, K. Conn, chm. ...... 346.75
take sitkcningsalivating calomel TakQ a dos of nasty calomel} 1 today fix was married September 23, 1871, I'I Elmwood, III., May 21, 191*.' were all in it was
when a few cents buys a large and you will feel weak, sick: and to Miss'' Lou Stewart; they were ]I II Mr.1 and ;\h-g. Phipps, St. ,Cloudl'Ia.,, $2,770 had been subscribed, and that Southeast Section-r- .
Brammar chm.290.75
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone lose I sum in. now in the hands of the proper Sam ,
-a nauseated tomorrow. Don't n blessed with two children who died I My dear kind friends:
perfect substitute for cnlomel. day's work. Toko a spoonful ornoclsol1'I in infancy.. Mr. Hendrix belonged to My sad. lonesome journey to llli:. officials at Atlanta,or is en routeto Southwest Section ,.
I ,I' I D. Marine, 'chm. .... 289,50Ladies"
It is a pleasant, Testable'liquidwhich / Liver Tone irisk-ad. and Co. E First Ohio Infantry, serving nois ended with my arrival at Elm "'them.'I,encountered whodid
} will start your liver just nssurplf you: will wake tip feeling prcnt. No I throughout the war. Was a' passen- wood on Thursday, May 17, at 4 p, There were few. and those $1288.50
} as calomel} but it dln'tmake / more biliousness, constipation, 'sluggishness ger conductor on the Michigan division m. ,My son and family and soninlaw not give something changed Committee .
who could afford to give
YOU sick and'can not 8aJiv tt>. } }headache, coated tongue or, of -Services the New York Central for 50 and daughter met me'all when I their minds and came across when a Mrs. Rogers, chm.___...--._ 22.66
Children find frown folks run take sour( stomach. Your drugdstsnv4jf; the years.Christian Science were conducted denominationat by reached I'eoria, and Elmwood.they accom Oar certain,soliciting committee called on' ,Miss Carpenter. chm. ...... 78.90 .
1>OI) on's Liver Tone because it is pun led me to My of the inside G. W. Brown, chm. .... 38.50
:you don't find Dodson's Liver the home assisted Rev. Bowen sudden death them ,and explained a few Mrs.
by wife's was a greivou:!
perfectly harmless..Calomel / nets better( than horrible Ton"l of the M. E. church on Tuesday at 2 shock to' all of her old friends and workings. But take it ns a Mrs. Delia Sage: chm. ...... '_ 17.00 ;i1
: io a dangerous drug. It your money ia waiting for you. p. m.,, interment being in Mt. Peace neighbors. The funeral was ,held on whole, St. Cloud displayed a 'splendid Mrs. Agnes Livermore, chm.- 47.90 -
Miss Goodwin .............-.. 10.10
Masonic-, patriotic sentiment and our /government ,
The j order had 18 2:30
--- cemetery Friday, May at : p. m., at our
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-- ,Vreeland _. ....
content that our Mrs. 56.50
charge 01 me services at tno grave. M. E. church where sho and myself I can res} peo : ?
Miss solo. The pie can be relied upon to do their .
Epple sang a casket had attended together so many years. .27158
was covered with lovely flowers. Mr. On our arrival at. Elmwood the remains part whenever called upon, whetherit
Hendrix leaves to mourn his loss, his were"taken to.our home which be for service' ,in the trenches, on' From other ,sources ------__ 1209.94
, wife, three brothers, George of Ft. she left with joyful anticipation of a the seas, or to furnish money'for any i
,Total .._. ..._....:._
: Wayne. Ind.; Fred, of Sandusky, 0.; pleasant reunion with her jroixl St of the arnW,of mercy. 277000.
: and Frank of Toledo 0. Each night during the men's drive Chairman Bowen desires to extendto
'i' : who is on Cloud friends seven months before
Tax Notice his way here. The friends have the and little did either of us fore ee the a' lunch was served the solicitors in each 'and every one of t.he"fo1icit.
'j sympathy of the community '.in their inexpressible sadness!! of our home the dining room of the New St. Gloud ors for the faithful and efficient manner .
bereavement.D. Sympathising friend and hotel, when the four chairmen reported in which they berfo-med their
II. Gill left last neighbors coming. came in great'numbers collections for the day, as wellas duties, to Mrs. Lyda Mosher for her
Thursday to
'the of those who for extreme liberality and patriotic spirit
1 the with their offers of assistance and in names! any
spend at Prairie
summer City
did not give. Each session for the use:of the New St. Cloud hotel
this reason
sad ordeal much
Iowa, Salt Lake we'very appreciate -
City, Utah and in
presided by Chairman II. II. I. in which was cstab"3hed headquarters
was over
the kind of
., Oregon but ministrations our '
expects to return herein
the fall. good friends, and It'WIj.S somethingof Bowen, who showed great skill in I and where the lunches were
Pay your City Taxes by June Mr. and Mrs. Parker Gcrbrtck of a consolation to Know that everybody handling many. delicate riattorn arid served, to Misses Wylie' and Reynolds
both here and in St. Cloud were infusing energy! into every memberof secretary and treasurer respectively -
Chicago, III., arrived on Thursday of the Red Cross
the teftma. chapter,
Anxious do all in their to
1st and avoid the 'cost" of Ad last and are at the Bonair house but ;assuage to our sorrow. I power am now Tho ladies of St. Cloud provided for their untiring efforts and faith -
expect to move soon to their grove at with daughter the these lunches, u* well as served them, ful labors and 'o all others who aid
Staying our on
the east end of town. farm two miles from Elmwood. After and each consisted of just) those ed in ,any manner' to make the drive
vertising. Mrs. J. IX Woodbeck, and sister a while I shall visit my son in things that a man needed! after u such a pronounced success-St. Cloud
Miss Dixon, were the guests Wednesday . Chicago.! It is wet and cool here now hard day'fl work. The lunch on Monday Herald.
of ,Mrs. G. II. Clark. and 1 am compelled to dress to suit night was provided by St. Luke's ,
J. R. GILBERT Mrs. Gladys Bruns and grandmother suth conditions. Most all corn in Unit assisted by the Daughters of Children's Coughs'and Colds.
Mrs. Bruns, left on Wednes this locality has been planted, but Veterans; Tuesday, night 'l>y the ,Re. For children's coughs and colds
day to spend the summer, at Asheville there is too much moisture for corn, beccus, Wednesday night by the Chamberlain's Cough remedy is ex.
Collector N. C. grass and grain promise an abundant Eastern Star, Thursday night by the cellent. It is prompt and effectualt)
Deputy Prof. Bullard and family expect to yield. Hoping this will find you well, Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist I and contains no opium or other narcotic c
leave next week to spend the summer and heartfelt gratitude for church, and Friday night by the W. and is pleasant to take.
your
at their old home in Georgia. C. T. U., the last lunch being! given to
many kindnesses, I remain, sadly and
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"Lick to lick the Kaiser
the ladies as well as the men. Mrs: I a stamp
r The Boy Scouts'' left Monday to most sincerely yours. ,
camp at Hickory Grove, under the -- I. N. BURCH .
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supervision of Scout Master James
- Monday morning June 3rd at 9
-- - Sage. ,
Word has been received from Mrs. o'clock, the housewives as well as Take Care of
Mary Ilankev. neice of Mr. Dewalt, our young ladies will have an opportunity -
who spent the winter :here, 'that she to learn all about the canning ,
has arrived home safely of vegetables and fruits as Miss AIbi'na .
StrengthenAmerica5When Smith, our county canning cluagent
Mrs. Bert Durham who Your
has been will give a demonstration at Tires
: -- :__ quite ill in Chicago, III., is slowly i a- the New St. Cloud hotel, and requestsall ;
proving but not so fast as her many
the women, young and old, to be y
I friends here would like to have her. present. ,

Mrs. Charles Goodrich arrived, hereon There is no question but what foodIs America's greatest: need is for ships..
..- Wednesday last fror Osceola, a big factor in winning the war, .i
Ark., to spend the summer with her and it is up to the women to do their more ships. .
daughter, Mrs. Florence Hatcher. part, in preserving the food produced.
Miss Gladys Saunders left on Tues The women have done, are doing and Every available
atday for Utica, N. Y., but will visitat will continue to do all in their powerto vessel is being utilized

the fiome of Judge Pcckham' at aid the government in this gigantic in government service.
.. Man's Personal Westfield, N. J. struggle, but many of them know
Mrs. Grace Cooper and daughter, little or nothing about preserving '
Elizabeth Fomeroy left Wednesday vegetables. But the government i is Many ships that have been carrying rubber from Xi)

evening to spend the summer at overcoming that lack of knowledge Sumatra and Brazil
have been taken for active
Westfield
Mass. i by sending experienced women
I J. O. McNew left on Tuesday for throughout the country instructingthose transport duty. The number left
is now to' bring
Restricted ,
Liberty a business trip to Canada. who are ignorant as to the best
Hon. N. C. Bryan".of:,;Kissimmee means of keeping food for the days .' ', rubber to this country is extremely limited..;, \, M' : .,:
', ,''to "1,1" *' /'"* f*/1.:1:: ', \ was in town on ;Monday shaking when none is in the garden'lor(fields) '" I., ' i /j' n.
:
,..-.,, ", ,, 'j" '";"of'.1">" \ ::; ; '/ "" ,,.,;'';,, ',/.I1rl\' \" .' : "',,..' ''I''" hands.tMrs.with Doolittle his. I mnnyft-iandBAwdaughters,friends',. ',-, ,, This soil produces'cabbage,,,corn abundantly'ofbeans''peas '.tomatoesistrawberrie8 Ilah i, ,:..tTh1s will necessari1y force fL. '''temporary't1&MiWJ1,; : curtailment I

Fleda, Lottie' and''Jessie,"'Ieft"' "' on ;''and; man *oth rl'varieJ!' oft:tire''productlon. .
Monday to spend!! the summer at; Car- ties of truck that can' be preserved, "
"The state entrust you with liberty to kill; society trusts you bondale, Ohio, but ,expect to return and during these strenuous times i it So, make the most of the tires .
with the liberty to steal; the state trusts you with the liberty to murder here in the fall. would be a sin to permit anything you have
Uncle Josh Ferguson was a business eatable to go to waste that could be
recently said Charles A. Windle the eloquent defender of the caller at Kissimmee! on Wed- saved. Use good tires. .

saloon. nesday, Miss Smith is an agent of the government -
I J .... Mrs. Frank Gilbert and baby, Lawrence is thoroughly familiar with Take good care of them. Keep them in
left on' Tuesday to join Mr. every detail of the canning industry, perfect
AND THIS STUFF GETS ACROSS WITH SOME AUDIENCES I Gilbert at Fort Lee, N. J. and comes to instruct our people free repair. See that they are properly inflated.
Miss Albina Smith of Kla
l..mee of all cost. She asks the: people of
will have a Banning demonst'Jti n at St. Cloud to be at the New St. Cloud Increase their mileage by careful
Now if Mr. Windle had added "And liquor furnishes with the St. Cloud hotel on Monday.' Ev- hotel' at 9 o'clock Monday, and the driving. Keep
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yon erybody welcome, will show them how they can best aid outof car tracks and away from
the incliBatieV he would at least have put SOME truth into the en- John B. Collins was in Tampa on Uncle Sam in shortening Vie kaiser's bumps. Don't
tire statement Tuesday on business for the city. reign of murder. scrape the curb -uco' Tread
t Fred B. Kenney and family Mrs. or apply brakes too "

r'..,.... Rose Connell and father, Mr. Griffin, suddenly.
Bet
let'
seai 'V motored to Orlando on Sunday.
}i. u. Stanford, Earl Lupfer endMr. ORANGE CENTER Get every mile your tires l
"The state entrusts you with the liberty to kill? Society trust Sanderson from the Knight have. them.. f

( you with the liberty to steal l SINCE WHEN? Doesn't society distinctly Templar lodgd of Kiserimmee! wife ,-
here on Tuesday to attend tt.! '> funeral The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. f i
s PROHIBIT killing and stealing) Doesn't it organize a police ,of Charles K. Hendrix Bronson was the scene of quite' an Only in that way can you be

force to PREVENT men from killing and stealing? On Sunday afternoon the memorial enjoyable affair when on Saturday assured of car's
your
services were held in G. A. R. hall evening some of their friends and continuous
for' the post. Opened by singing neighbors called in to spend n pleasant service-and
Let this illustrious preacher of "personal) liberty" to J kill remember '
try or 'Americathen all the ministers of evening: with them. Mr. Little ,
steal in the presence of a big six-foot policeman and hell find out what the different churches held a prayer ton Bronson played some selections your tire is a vital war-time

becomes of his grandiloquent statement that society trusts him with service and after singing "Stand Up on the violin and refreshments were necessity. T
for Jesus," Rev. Jenkins of the Christian !!- served. All report a good time.
the LIBERTY to J kill and to steal! church delivered a splendid ad Among those present were: Mr. and again,
dress. Among the good things he Mrs. R. E. Bronson, Rev. and Mrs. So j"
Hell have his face punched and his head clubbed and he'll find said was that Old .Glory now floated Christmas, Mrs. John Bronson. Mrs.

himself landed in jail-if he insis'ts upon his "personal liberty"andbell over Hymn 13 nations.of the Republic.Closing song, Battle W.Annie II. Christmas Bronson, ,Misses Nona, Hattie Ullie and and -take care of your tires. i'' .

remain there because he's proven that he's a dangerous citizen- Children's Day will be observed at Maud Bronson, Bessie and Myrtle
,the Christian church on Sunday ev Bronson, Messrs. Steve Bronson,
too dangerous exercise the which
to "personal liberty" he boast
ening. I Elijah Rifrney Littleton Bronson, United; States!
Mrs. J. R. Figart and four childreneft Morgan, Cay and Eatl Dr':::19on, s
No'-God and society say very distinctly regarding these' and on Monday for West Tulsa Ok., Leonard and George Bronson, Edgar Good '

other .atten-"THOU: SHALT NOT"and this is plain "PROHIBI. to join her husband, who is employ.ed Burman, Lviingston Roberta, Roy are Tires
there. Bronson, Ivon and Gordon Maddux.
TION. ",. ,.....-Ii"' Mrs. Dr. Johnson of Lake Alfred Mr. W. R. Kelly enjoyed a fishing

arrived on Tuesday to visit her cousin trip to Bonnet creek on Tuesday, (I)
As far as possible every reasonable measure is taken to prevent Mrs A. B. Daniels, on Marylandavenue. bringing home quite a few fish. He

men from committing crime. And when they disobey the very 'reasonable reports the fishing: not quite'so' good
The Elsie P. McElroy' auxiliary to since the recent rain.
laws which arc framed for the safe-guarding of men as a whole the Army and Nayy Union held their Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Roberts were

they are punished by both God and society. regular meeting on Monday afternoon the recent: guests at the home of Mr.
in Moose hall, with twenty-one and Mrs. Lester Flint.

When the state-by a vote of the people-declare* that the saloon present. Acted on application for Mrs. M. E. Maddux, the Gazette's
one new member and on Wednesdaya correspondent at Orange Center, was J
i is a bad thing, and the ,saloon business is abolished, then every tablet was presented by the auxiliary in Kissimmee on Tuesday and while .

7 good citizen respect this law, even at inconvenience to himself l and placed in the postoffice in there visited the office of the Valley
> honor of the_boys who have enlisted Gazette.
and Who will enlist from here. Huckleberries and blueberries are

If yon believe that the traffic in Alcohol Mrs. Pool, sister of Ferdinand I now ripe and Quite plentiful in this
Rath, left on Sunday to enter. tho section. The :ihousewives all seem
doe nor ham than good-HELP STOP IT! hospital at Tampa for treatment busy picking or canning the berries.
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Raynor left : Miss Vere Bronson baa just returned
on Tuesday'last to spend the summer from a pleasant visit with.Mr, "
: at Jameaport, Long Island, N. y and Mrs. E. ;J. Keene.
strengthen America Campaign Mr. and Mrs. E. D. French who

have beautiful home at Ashton, Engraved Calling Cards and Wed.
1" left on Saturday for Jacksonville, Invitations
ding Engraved and Embossed
', ,(This advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Committee where they took the' boat for Baltimore
'i'j -
be
Stationery secured
thence by train to can at
spend the .. \
Charles
by StelzJe.jt
.'S I summer at their old home at St. the-Gaxette office. Let us show you A complete stock of United States Tires
t Cloud our samples and prices. tf
E. T. Hopkins and daughter! ,who 1 is Carried in Kitsimmee by
,have been spending 'the Winter here, To Cur* a Cold: .. Oo. Day.Tk .:
and hare built ai'Mice( new home, left ,USAUf0110! CM-hw. 11.top..MM

, *,Youf Job, Printing frpm. the Vaffcy Gazette on),fro Saturday and Mrs.for William Devils Lake Raschke, left K.nna.ftfaDd:-W.. WOVSfe.ta..wa -._Aworfc_U M It eada*fn o<*t.--Ux to.eura.Cold.- Lupfer & Prattler

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918. THREE

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A Thought I MONTHLY Y PROCEEDINGS OF S. W. PORTER CANDIDATE FOR


THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS; : ,


( for the Mother. -M the ,
Kissimmee, Fla., May 6, 1918.The j board and Asked them to allow the' LEGISLATURE ANNOUNCES

( Hoard of County Commissioners Valley Gazette to print the notice of ,
election too, so that all voters! in the
Omt't! Florid !
of met
county, n
ounty might be advised of said elec.
regular session on the above date,! tion; on motion' of Commissioner E. SOME THINGS WILL WORK FOR

CONSTIPATION makes children there being present Ernest Mach, L. D. Overstreet, seconded by Commissioner .

uncomfortable chairman; E. L. P. Overstreet, J. K. A. F. Bass and caried, request -
J and irritable
cross was'Notary granted.. .
Hilliard, A. F. Bas, B. H. Guy, commissioners --

.... just as it does older people. Dr.Caldwell's Milton Pledger attorneyfor American bond of B. F. Rails with S. W. Porter of St. Cloud who I.a is plans of the State Highway department
Surety
the board, and J. L. Syrup Pepsin is a mild, pleasant tasting, clerk. The board was called to order ty, was examined and approved. to represent Osceola county, Edd Scott of the highway commission
by its chairman.: The minutes of the Contract of Osceola county, Florida today announced some important to accomplish this result As
combination of simple laxative herbs regular and special sessions of April with the State Road Departmenton measures that he would endeavor to I it now stands counties pay large

were read and approved. the Kissimrnee-Loughman road have enacted if he is elected to .the) amounts in interest that it i* proposed -

with pepsin, that acts easily and natur- J. G. Kensett, representative, of the was signed in open board. legislature in the primary of next. to eliminate by a state bond issue

A. C. L. Ry. Co., appeared before the The following; bills were. examined, Tuesday. June 4: thus'making the state tho fatherof
ally and promotes normal regularity.Children' : board and asked them to pass a resolution approved! and ordered paid: Among the most important matters all road bond issues in the future.A ..

I regarding freight credit! for },;rn..t )Mach Comr. .__-?_...- $ t 00 that Mr. Porter states he will bill to revise the laws governing

like it and take; i il: willingly. 'S. R. & B. Dlst. No; 2, Osceola county J E K L'I Hilliard> Overstreet., comr.. ...__,..,. 11.0 10.00 give his attention are the following: the operation of courts within the
comr
It contains narcotic authorizing the chairman of the A K Ha..,. comr. ..?..-??.?,..?,,. ItOO A bill to guarantee the deposits of state, to the end that so many Important
'no opiate or. drug. board to sign application for same, 11 H Joy" Comet---..,.-... It.00 all banks in the state of Florida. In cases may not bo thrown out on
., whereupon motion of Commissioner J Samuel K HH.B. Janitor ......_....... 60.OO this respect he proposed to provide technicalities of law, without ever

A. F. Bass, seconded by Commissioner H U 1.lvlnl.ton.Montadoca.! ma Int.maintenance,,,__._, '6 5..00 oo that every bank must make some arrangements having tried the case or introducing
Sell 'J. K. Hilliard and carried, resolution Mr*. M Hronaon. malnt. ?._._... S.00 with the state treasurer evidence
Druggists was passed. Frank Evans 111&lnt..I' 6.OO that-will prevent a bank closing its Mr. Porter has made a pretty thor-'
Mrs J B Wright, malnt. ??_.,.... 600 doors and resultant loss to the de., ough of the and feels
Dr. CaldwelFs Syrup Pepsin Mr S. J. Triplett, accompanied by Mr. Jnnla John, malnt.----__ 6.OO a canvass county
Mrs. Cooper and ,Mrs. Metzgar of St. K O Woolen? malnt. : 6.OO positors. : very optimistic over' the prosoects of
Cloud, Florida, appeared before the Mr S A Wll.on, matnt'-------' (Too A bill to provide for a better! system his being the nominee when the votes
J 50 cts. of counted June 4. .
state providin"
board and asked them to make a do. : H TllllH malnt.. ._....._,..__*. 6.OO highways, are on
nation to the Red Cross society of St. Jane Clements, main----... 6.00 that the state may issue bonds''in For many years all the office hold
Cloud and of Kissimmee of $250.00 i Mr. Jlnoy I'adlett" malnt. ?... 600 large amounts and with these funds ers of the county at large have been

trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge by writing to 'each' insisting that it was the duty of 8 Mr M A MoOlelland Klmmonn,, malnt.malnt. -._.--,,._.....,., 6 8.00.00 buy county bonds at the low rate of selected from the county seat. This

Dr W. R Caldwell, 457 Washington St., Monticello IlL the citizens of Osceola county as tax Mr I.. Mnhlri .ntulnt. _____?._?-. 8.00 interest the state can secure o.. such has not been entirely satisfactory to
,
payers to assist in the work, and after A 1\1' I. Chnuncey .malnt. _._._,. 6.OO bonds, and allow he various countiesto the remainder of, the county, and for
discussion the committeeand Julia J..r"IItRII. malnt ......-., 6.OO secure funds at low rate of interest that reason, and for the reason that
some by MrV Smith malnt ..,,_.,.., 5.00
the board, Mr. John S. Cadel beIng K ,Ogle.rnalnt -.?.-_...,.,__ 5.00m..lla and' when' six perecent is paid the present incumbent who is a can
-- present, stated that such donation .\ Kvana' malnt. ..-?______- 6.00 on such bonds tho two per cent or didate also, .has had two terms in the
4 'i solent lawless blackhunded 'I J II Ownm, malnt. -j________u in.on more over the amount for which the legislature, 'Mr. Porter' believes that
enemyof should be made if it was possible and Claude
Silvester malnt. __,_ .
I I the republic shall be throttled and that donation should be equally di. A II Vnnce nui; to tax collector n a4.\l0& .00I state secures the funds, to be appliedon he will receive a majority of the

LW.c.tu. COLUMN choked and-hurled back into the hot I vided, whereupon Commissioner E. L. IKobt I Keldel, rep. waste box___ .50. the orincipU of county bonds. votes throughout the county
hell from whence it came. D. Overstreet made motion that W H Crawford. H Kinder case This law Is in accordance with the (Paid advertisement)
a-
habeas _
I'I corpus ______ too .. '
i itlce.n hn
"I hereby serve due and timely no- said amount be allowed, which motion western Union me.... to umr.. 1.48 ..
I MRS. J. M. COCHRANE _! the politicians who have been' was seconded byCommissIoner KI.. K L, 1-, lights! and water 10.44

I While absent we have heard some the subservient tools of the breweriesand I A. F. Bass and carried, and the clerk Kls"'r..d'k'Bll1r..t.. Tel Ce.'J rent. (.'0._,__floor,____01/u_._. K 860.10 HOOVER SAYS' WE MUST

I very pleasing compliments for our saloons that the days of their was instructed to draw a warrant to KenoliChen* Co., sup to OH.. 8.75 ,
t home town. One we valued most was dominance are numbered. The sober Rev. H. H. Bowen for the St. ,Cloud L H Farmer. road supervisor _- 115(10
; that "Kisftimmee was a very patriotic Christian forces of the commonwealth society and Mr. M, Katz for the Kiasimmee Cl 1v \al1lcI1, Bupt. (grading ____ 76.00
W I _
.' Kaicana guard ________ 4i'>.OO
place." With each passing day the are at last awake. The battle against society.Mr. Kupfer & I'rather, sup. Co auto 6365 ,
", American army in France is getting booze is on." Gillispie as representative of| JlrJ, Floyd, sup lo H U ________ 'It 011 : CUT ON MEAT AND WHEAT

( closer to the thickest of the fight and Something' About GermanyThe the Alabama Paving Co., appeared \" &'Maklnton IJro.. Co.Co., sup sup to to It R (1 I'J _h_ 11I.17 S7.H5( .
I from now on our thoughts will be I before the board and asked them to Iv & C Uro. Co., sup. to P F __ J22.65 I
, more "over there" than here. Soon German cm'n, b-.tter known allow him to transfer ten thousand J C Kunlnir" convict hire 1st qr. 42.68 !
as the German v.-mcirc, embrac I. H I UK rum, criminal coats ____ 11020
;, the "Mother's Day" letters "will come ,208,830 square r.iilos! gays Tho Brooklyn I' brick, more or les.h from the Lough- T M Murphy coats. Gentry case 2.1J'' The confidence of the United States: riuirementa of our' armies and the allies -
pouring in from our soldier boys,. tot man road to Creek road, Chns K McCror .
), trans J Gads.den Food Administration, that the peopleof and the suffering million.' In the
be read with mingled smiles and E $le. It compriaos four king: and Mr. Farmer 'road supervisor, case .._____. ______ 21.76
tears. This beautiful tribute to doms. six grand duchies and 3,876,531 stated that he thought it would be W It Crawford, conv. fees ______ 6000 the country would respond enthusiastically allied countries, our consumption of
ah
. grand. goosesteps. In outline and Inclination U II I Inurram, feed to 'prisoners.I 6300 and whole heartedly upon wheat in the United States until the
"mother gone" must have been feltby all right providing that the company i.H Inicram, ct and Co Ct costs 444:20 presentation of the facts, to any necessary next harvest must be reduced .to approximately
it is On
highly irregular.
.
t best brick whereupon L H InKrani,
a lonely boy on that day would select the / conv. fee whisker
. "1 know many not where the east it hounds Lenine. On the Commissioner E. -L. D. Over. .case. __u_. ____ __----____-_ inooou requests. for reduction in con- one-third of normal. It
north it is hounded by the allied fleets H InKrani. coon fines h__ JO.47 supmption of food, has J been fully is inconceivable that we should fail
I'll find a hand so tender in its care street made a motion that matter be T M Murphy _
and on the west by Gen. Foch. Judge Juv .ct. _ 1260 justified. We have demonstrated our in this crisis. For each of us who can
For'me, so soft in touch left to Mr. Farmer; motion secondedby Phillips liroa.. sup. to R 14 37
think but contribute the
not to relief of
to
: ability only together
As mother's hand! This muchI The principal waterways of Germany Commissioner J. K. Hilliard and Usceola Hdw Co., sup. to a :: 40:28 personally
are the seize and the Kiel canal.The C I) Buckley, road work' dint 4. to act together. This response of the human .ufferinf; jt is a privilege; not ,
know: 'Twill be out there high C's now under! its control carried. H H Hull, lumber tc wk bridge IU: : people is the reason for the present a elements of our pop
Beyond this piece of pain and cere. The clerk presented to the board a W C Oro Co., mule feed _nn J80.1J ulation cannot- bear this burden
are confined to the house. The L K Farmer, appeal.
"I know where opera letter and bill from the Engineering fat on culverts S
not Kiel canal is used for exercise by the Georgia C Road ___________..._______ s.78 Our work' is not yet complete. In equally. Those engaged in physical
I'll find a heart so beautiful, so rare, bottled ships on pleasant Sundays. Co. for interest J130.Q4 on Fla Met. Prod. Co. culverts ____ 64.80 spite of the encouraging results of labor require a larger bread ration
i So willing to give all for me balance that'was due the companyand John Hahsell. making barrel
J pot. our efforts in Jrite of the fact that than those in sedentary .
The board greatly restrictel like occupations.
sea for P F ____
of the 1600
E'en though it Gcthcemane not )paid completion
mean ,. upon n
fall, other kinds of board, is known as Hollls Link pack pots, P F _. 7.60 our exports of_ foodstuffs are con Because of the constant daily cm-'
As mother's heart, unless my way high cost of living. The country work; whereuoon Commissioner J. K. C L, Handy, commissions ______ 670.99 stantly increasing and are approach ployment of women, and the lack of
. Leads to the dawn of God's great Hilliard stated that as the money J C Jrinrin, measuringstand.. home
the minimum
is not entirely on the level. It has, from which said bill should be registrants ._____ : 200 ing requirements baking facilities, many house-
!I'
day paid
.j abroad. The need for renewed devotion holds in large urban centers
in the interior, a large table land, en. not available at the time work Klssv Matron Wks., two sweeps S.60 require
'j tirely empty. There are also deep depress was 8t Cloud Tribune, sup. tax acer S.60 and effort is pressing and while a food ration already prepared, suchas
) Bishop Berry of the Methodist Episcopal Ions in nil parts of the nation. was completed, same being held in Klssy galley Qasette, legal adv. 18.76 all the requirements of the food administration the bakers' standard victory bread
J
J Dnjnn
the St;; Cloud Bank, that he did not rep on Co. 'wagon 1.70
j church, peiking before the Berlin, the capital, wn.s established consider the interest Banner Guy road work. Whit. 60.00 should be constantly observed I' loaf. Furthermore'we must con
should.pay
3 Philadelphia conference. declared: that in the 13th century on the Spree county . leo D Flint, road wk. St. Cloud 112-76 there are certain matters stantly safeguard the special requirements
"It is more religious to vote than to river. It has not yet recovered. The and made a motion that payment J (> Lanier, road work Point __ 64.OO which I desire 0 stress at this. time. of children and invalids.
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of the bill be refused, which motion Singletary .rep bridge Point II.75 Cut Meat Two Pounds Week. ..___ Should Cut Out Wheat.
pray on election day. He said he inhabitants are divided Into two )main seconded by Commissioner K I) Ma Hoy, wk bridge I Ml. Ck 3860 to a All :__:;
had received A letter reprimanding classes-junkers and junked.. The was F Williams., lumber dist No.4 28.0' In case of meat and meat productsthe To meet the situation abroad and
B. H. Guy and carried. Emil Mach gas and oil. Co auto 16.9t necessities for abroadare serious home
him for .his entry into worldly politicsand present fooler is Kaiser' Billious II. Ala. shipment prevent suffering at it
Pav. Co.
,
board instructed the
The clerk to
cenit. curb 8 C rd 1844.11
maintaining thtt his place as a Ills principal occupation is looking draw warrants as follows: Ala. Pay Co., fgt. mat S C rd .. Jig.84 very great. Whereas the allied is imperative that all those whose n
Milton Pledger, for consumpU n has been reduced to an circumstances permit (shall abstain
bishop of the Methodist Episcopal for a place in the sun. There is atty board.2084
church should be only at tile holy al- aomet.hingwarmer than that in store The Worrell Mfg. Co., for disinfectant T M Murphy. Judge of Co.. Ct. _- 26.OO average of about one and one-quarter from wheat products in any form until -.
for jail, '$196.15 Osceola Pharmacy W D Crawford __. .
atty 33
1 ; pros ? ? 33 pounds week, we are the next harvest. It is realized
for him. It sounds something like Tom Wllllans. road work .._, 63.60 per person per I
tar."See for medicine to $5.50 ? i
how r.nxious these fellows are Helgoland. The crown prince: is the paupers ; W I Barber commissions .- ? 161.26 I today enjoying an aveiage of about and deeply appreciated that many organizations -
McCranie's Cafe for meals incase
about the purity and dignity of. the barely-apparent. The national mot- to jury Worrell Mfg Co. dls'fect sheriff 16.16: three and one-quarter pounds per and some communitieshave
of State vs. James Hall et al., Osreola Phar. med. to-Co pauper 660 week. This.division is in to follow
already
is person per agreed this
pulpit! he continued. How concern to "Spurlos versenkt. Jv Thomp.on, coffin Co
$66.00; Phillips Brothers for clearing pauper 6.0O
+ ed,- the/\ are that we shall simply 'Osceola Co.: Fair Assn bal don. 600.00 equitable. An understanding of these plan.It.
r ," 'preach the gospel'-thi.t is, let them Automobilists are jubilant because right of way_for road at Kenansville McCranie's Cafe, meals to Jury facts will justify our request that is hoped that you will communicate
$15.00; J. W. Thompson, coffin for Hiat. vs Hall .............. ef.OO the consumption of all meats, includ this to'' organization and
alone.>" But, so help me God"-t:tbishop'svoiri the "Missing Link" in the Tampa. $6.00. Phillips Bro., clearinrof your
trembled\ I with emotion Jacksonville route between Loughman Co.'The pauper board, took until 1:30p. County road .*..--.....*?-.,wy.. ,, 15.00 ing., poultry, as nearly as ,possiblebe your community urging those whose
:I 5 shall not s,let\Uhern{alone.fc:$We and' Kissimme* has been opened to .. a. recess" ". . J B I.N'Kvans,< Co. demonetrator100.o0 reduced to two pounds per week circumstance ,will permit to join
have preached against the a..1oon.llnd 'traffic. It isn't hard surfaced yet but m. Cltlsens Overstreet Bank, clerk A auditor 119.00 per person over four years of age. with' us and take this-.tand.
The board reconvened at 1:30 m., pay roll state '
resolved tho saloon : is and thus makes p. witnesses In the case of sugar we are embarrassed
against an' oro- passable possiblethe full board Co. Court __._.? 602.70
tested against the saloon( butt how negotiating' of a trip from dry a being present. tr H Inicram, Ct costs --______ 166.08 by the necessity of'uaing CARD OF THANKS
Commissioner J. Hilliard made
K. a Jj Overstreet
much'has the saloon cared for all Jax ?'to. wet Tamp.-Haines City Her 'motion that the road asked for by March term _Co__,__Ct....costs.._______ 37.26 ships for the carrying allies and our in soldiers and .
that ald. J C Griffin work on Co. wagons 57.40 feeding consequencewe givenur
George Sullivan be granted, and that
Rev H H Brown.Ppro R must use sugar with great econ
"I am glad the day has come when C 250.00
our sermons and and resolutions Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days Mr. II. E. Wylie be instructed to M Kats. appro. Red Cross -_::== 2SO:00 omy. We must emphasize the importance offerings and the kind aympathy'andassistance
prayem Tour drurziit wlit refund none If PAZO make a survey of the road, which motion lJke.tcno.bee CoP'orat" 1915 tax 73J.60 of canning and preservingon extended during the loss)
ani protestation and tears W W Clark, don. Co. __
dip vat 100.00
OINTMENT fall to cure *HTC. e of Itching, was seconded by CommissionerA. 'scale of our beautiful babv.
shall bo cryctalized into Lnl.ots and .The Tx fn'lector's report showed a large among our people
Blind.Bleeding or Protruding Pile.rn 6tol4dsrs.
F. Bass and carried. $ ." collected Mr. and Mrs R. C. Smith.
when by Bok.-r citizen votes tills 'n-' Tb. ant application ('Ire ttu and Ju.u SOc. 1103.00} for General License, this summer and our available sugar .
Commissioner for
E. L. D. Overstreet poll taxes. must be conserved for this

made a motion that Mr. Wylie be instructed - The- -- the County: foilowln Depository:6: l uB>ulAnn..u"',ivi-a reportsNnftWorl to make a survey of the funds May let 1918: 'wheat is the most serious in the food The Old Standard general strenrtbealna' tonic.CROVK'S .
road asked for in the petition filed by General U".nue. Fund ______$5.93332 supply of the allied world. If we are 1AH1HLK8S chill TON 1C.drives outMslaria.enrlcheftheblood.andbullda
Mr. B. A. Fatten which motion was l'lntand Forfeiture Fund 2,046.18( tipthesyatim. -
lload and Hrldxe Fund n__n.__ 6.630.41 to satisfy the minimum wheat re- A true tonic. For adults sod children. 60s
The Lake House seconded by Commissioner A. F. Bass Special Publicity "' 2,530.22
and carried, and the clerk was instructed Hard Surface Koad Fun -.____14R2722 --- - -
to notify Mr. S. R. Fields. Warrants were ordered paid .from
Mr. C. S. Acree before neRrlous funds. as follows,
appeared General Heveune Fund
To Be the board and asked them to appoint Pine and Forfeiture. Fun------6.226.02 1.614 811 The be safe
someone to supervise the work of toad and BrldA'e Fund ___:.. 1.774.t\I only way to

constructing a dipping vat at the Hard There Surface being Hood oo further Fund business 4,868.72
SOLD AT AUCTION! motion -
Point, and suggested Mr. W W. : for adjournment was made. and proverb says that the only way to be safe is never
Clark, whereupon .on motion of. Com duly seconded and the board adjourn18 THE
missioner E. L. D. Overstreet, seconded 10 meet In. special session May loth. secure But that proverb was made before the
1918.
On June the 8th I will offer for by A. F. Bass and carried, the KRNKHT MACH. ChnlVman. Two Hartfbrds began to offer their complete insurance
board agreed to have warrant drawn Attest! J. U OVERSTHEET, Clerk. ;

sale at public auction the Hotel for $100.00 in favor of Mr. W. W protection.If .

Clark and as soon as the lease 'was WINTER RESIDENT -DEADII. you have a fire Insurance policy,you have wisely guarded

and Orlando secured for the site, warrant wouldbe C. Brooks against one source of loss, but there are many others which
corner Bryan street delivered to Mr. Clark for purchasing one of Kissim-
material for vat. The board mee's well-known winter residents: might cause you as'much: loss as a fire. TheINSURANCE

avenue known as the Lake House. also agreed that as soon as Mr. Acree died ,Saturday morning at a hospital 'f
could secure 'a lease from Pfann and in Orlando after a continued illness. ServiceOF

Singeltary to have warrant drawn in A sad circumstance connected with I
The Hotel has 22 rooms,' and is located favor of Mr. Acree for $100.00 as per his death is that Mrs. Brooks was in THE '

agreement.The Tampa, where She went for an opera '
on a lot about 150 ft. square. clerk presented and read in tion and could not be at the bedsideof HARTFORDaffords

open board a petition asking!;; that the .> her husband when. the end came.
road known as the Btitt road be open II. M .Breaker accompanied the

This property positively will be ed up and extended to the county body to the former home in Pitts- protection against every -

school building. Comr. Bass made a burg for interment, leaving Orlando possible contingency. We "

sold without reservation the motion that road be granted; motion Sunday.
to high- seconded by Comr. E. L. D. Over- The late Mr. Brooks has been coming would like an opportunity to

street and carried, to be worked as to Kissimmee for more than five explain it to you. "'

est bidder either for cash, or will soon as possible. years and at one time owned valuable

The clerk called the board's attention residence property here. D. \ "
AGNER
G.IW
make terms. to the law requiring them to ; .

. appoint some one to act as county WEEKLY DEPORT OF SALES Insurance-u-Bonds /

enumerator; whereupon on motion of OF THRIFT STAMPS Citizens Bank Bldg. KiMunmee 8' .
For further information see":
,
Comr. B. H. Guy, seconded by Comr.E. .
L. f). Overstreet and earned, Mr.
J. McPHATTEROr Milton Pledger was appointed.The Osceola Hardware Co. uuuu 20

clerk presented and read in H. C. Stanford _________________ 8

write A. L. GRIFFIN owner Ocoee, Fla. 22 4t-pd open board letter. from Messrs. Johnston Central Drug Store _.--._--_ 2 its work.
& Garrett as attorneys for Mr.S. Lawrence Tress ______.._____--_ 6 Sapolio doing Scouring: '

R. Fields, also letter from Mr A. A. S. Gilbert .__.____..____.___ 4
A. Murptiree regarding letter of the C. W. Griffin ___.___________.__ 20 for US.Marine Corps recruits i oJ

governor of the state of Florida, to Wenner-Sawyer Co. for-

FOR SALE---CASH PREFERREDOne commissioners for $100.00, advancefor Public school _.___.,____.--269PjysbyCHan tenS
the promotion of work of State church ___-__._ 26 Join Now! .
Bon Ton Hat Shop ....__..._... 36 .
Council of Defense'; matter of advance "
block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250 thf s '
passed until June meeting. The sales have been a little short ,,,",

foot front 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for The matter of notice of primary this week, presumably on account of APPLY AT ANY -. '
election for June 4th1, 1918, was call the Red .Cross. Now, that it is over
Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city ed to the attention of the board, and we have gone over the top so attMlOIOtMAIrt POST OFFICE NA INtf \ '

whereupon board agreed to meet in splendidly, let us press forward and j .OS "' ... forSERVICE
for itself.
ditch. Make your home pay special session on the 10th day of buy War Savings Stamps as we *

GAZETTE. May to prepart notice andappoint :inspectors .have Never done before. J UNDER THIS'EMBLEM

Apply VALLEY and clerks for said election) ,W. B. WITHERSPOON. ,

Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew_ came before Chairman\,


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FOUR "-'-- THE_KISSIMMEE_VALLEY_GAZETTE. FRIDAY _MAY_31,_1918.

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Scar is chairman of in t.1ie. Con- great day Kissimmee.. .
Congressman: figured so conspicuously,
KISSIMMEE SPECIAL
VALLEY GAZETTE the important committee on ,educa- ANNOUNCEMENT I tinental Congress and the Revolution,
tion. It is one of the major commit. which was designated in England at "Each three hundred and sixty-five-

... tees of the 110u-e. He is also on therommit.tees FOR WAR SAVINGS CAMPAIGN the time as the "Presbyterian Rebel- days. year in and year out, the saloon
PubIt.k.4 III. Frldale
suicide's five thou
on Indirn Affairs, Elections lion in America/! '. sends to a grave
a 7 Ka-t.'V.II., G.Htte V.psU7Kt..I. ,' Coinage Weights and Measured sand men' and women; is responsiblefor

__... FI.rldm all Important committees. New The drive Cpr the Second Red Cross ten thousand murders; hi accessory -
Kissimmee, Fla., May 2, 1918 in lhe district If each person does his I to the ruin of 60,000 girl.; start
seldom than War Fund splendid success
more one was a
W. B. ll.rrl. P ..I.. men get on ,
Osceola J I
Citizens'
K. Ornmm .MOT, .wr*..ryOn committee, and then in a minor way. County Attention: duty the prevailing idea that tills thanks to Chairman S. L. Lupfer andhis one hundred thousand boys on the
This county 'has been called upon work is only for children ,and servants In road that leads to death; brings want-
The chief work of io- done in loyal enthusiastic assistants.
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... ... congress
.. . lIe.11lebeeripti. the committee rooms. To' displace by Uncle Sam to purchase $260,000 and that it Is a 25 cent proposition (this drive team No. 4 of which S. L. and woe, disease and debauchery, and
worth of War Savings Stamps. We is \all wrong: The rich man should dis- blocks at, turn the of
.. flatees Mr. Sears 11 this critical period | Lupfer; jr.Was/ captain, won the every coming
Copy,. One Tear---,,...H.06' would mean that his successor would are far behind. During June every save and economize in the consumption I Uinction of raising the most money, the King and His Kingdom, and i Is.
ODe Copy, Six Month............ 1.00. merely stand around and watch citizen in the United States is urged of labor and materials and invest 'while A S. Nelson captain of team the greatest foe. our land can know."
pn. Copy Three Months.-......... .,. things- nd draw his salary and to buy as he ""ily of War Savings his savings in War Stamps as well as No. 6, secured the largest number of Amethyst..

that is largely the desire of Mr Far- Stamps as bill or hir means vill per- the poor man, to the limit allowed bylaw subscriptions and the most money of And this reminds us that we must

utborlKd All communication correspondent e.ceptrom must our be rig. He needs the money. mit. To achieve this object, there and to secure the quota allottedit any of the solicitors. Of the young send the Hon. N. C. Bryan, who did

Urnd by the writer. o--- will be conducted under the directionof will be necessary to secure, many men practically just beginning such such splendid work in our legislature -

Rejected matter will not be returned GEO. M. TAYLOR APPOINTEDCO. the Treasury Department a campaign subscriptions for the maximum work, Lawrence Tress showed himself back this fall to finish the job
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.Dl. called for. for cash purchases and pledges, amount allowed by law earnest and efficient. for state and national prohibition. '
FOOD PRICE REPORTERGeo. culminating on 'June '28 when loyal call will be mad '
(Entered In the Potofflc at Kl..lm- The upon loyal -
_.., Florida a* aecond-claaa matter.) I Americans throughout the country representative end women in the I It; is gratifying that 'our government Buy War Savings Stamps 'and help,

M., Taylor lias. received his will be asked to commit themselves course of the next few days for committee -; has not had to make any radi- win the war. '
to this program To this end June work in each school district, I
commission from the State Food cal changes in the personnel of its
28th will te proclaimed as a National and organizations' or individuals are '
him the '
Commissioner appointing official national officers since-- war began.
food price reporter for Osceola coun- War Savings Dav and meetincs will invited to volunteer their services in This shows* large degree of unanimity EAT POTATOES
I be held througl.out this county to assisting throughout this campaign !
ty. Mr. Taylor's duties will be to among our citizens. England
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prepare and have published from sign "pledges .and see" that our county the detailed plan of which will be I France, and Italy have bad to make -

time to time the wholesale cost and goes ..over the top. given publicity as promptly'as pos- frequent and extensive changes., SAVE
the'maximum In order to distribute our allotments Bible. In the meantime it is the duty
selling\ price allowedfor There) are strong indications that our '
all food commodities, and to report equitably among the various of every patriotic citizen to buy and influence is having a good effect toward WIIIAT.

any violations of the rules pro parts of the country, a quota will be talk War Sayings Stamps. unifying the other allied nations }.

mulgated by the state food commissioner assigned for each school district.and I). G. WAGNER in themselves and as an alli. : .
) in order to raise the total amount Chaiiman Osceola County W. S. S. I ance. This should" and will, bear

7.NEW from this county it will be necessary Appointed by State War Savings fruit.; In unity, there! is po'wcr. VOTE; FOR.S. W. POUTER FOR
EDEN PLANTATION that each school-district subscribe the Director J. F, C. Griggs, under ,
- REPRESENTATIVE ( )
; amount allotted to it. This: will not the authority of the Secretary of I : AdyU
PLANTS RIBBON' CANE impose any burden Upon any person the United States Tr'aaury. Jf A'e passes, and the contentionsof
men and nations die down, but

FRIDAY MAY 31, 1918 The 6 Ed"n;; : tlon is seed- Mercy is everlasting, and when the Classified Advertisements

in -""quantty: of' its land *-o the rib- "THE ..KAISER' COMING IN CHAINSThe Red Sword shall be sheathed for .

bon cane this year to increase the weariness of slaughter the I lied Cross,
'Which will you give, blood orbread 'I output of syrup And to meet the Increased I I still young and eager; shell continueits KOHTY ACHES Bailable; for an oranottrove .

T demand following the shortage kaiser is 'coming-but in score specially. \ arranged for this pro redemptive labors." .,- Frank rh-nredt or' la truck)'* hluh.itA rd..n.One Fifteen 1 and acre one-

of sugar. : chains. Imprisoned in seven reels of duction. Crane. half mile from Davenport Mm.leortlnnn .
We are in this war. to win, don'tforget "The Kaiser the Beast of Berlin." 6 Ave. N
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One distinct advbntage ft this '-a- < Franklin <
patriotically designed celluloid "The \
to -conserve: wheat flour. l riety of cane is its early maturity is in seven reels and recently .was The greatJune drive in behalf of Nnahvllie.Tcnn. 23.ltpfFOIl | ;
which comes At the end of fcur Kaiser the Beast of Berlin, the completed at Universal City Cal., 'after the sale of War Savings iStamps is --- -
AH men who have attained draftage wonderful seven-reel Jewel six months in with anji 8AI-K CHEAP I Intend to nit
months' growth instead of the fullyear' production production.The being$ prepared diligent care both of my bungalow right away.
since last June must register on'I timo as is required by the will arrive in Kis'simmee on picture shows the kaiser to bea will be pushed with vigor and will\ It you are Interested In a real bargain .

June 6.More. green cane now grown exclusively at July 12th for one day's war maniac drunk with power, and bear much golden fruit. Get-in this 'frr\te\ to me about them or canto
the pl ntation. It la n crop tl.at must engagement.This possessing an insane desire to place drive, fellow citizens and help it go nee in*. The Currle residence tolocated
' tthan thirty cent over- stirring photoplay 'which has on Verona St., has two lot*.
per be seeded each year fend should be the world und'er German rule. From over the top.Investing a nice nix-room cottage, large workshop
buscription of her quota was Oseep.la' planted at this set-son. It can be cut been used in Chicago, New York well-known authorities and their _- Rood KRrniro, nice lawn el.Ilent : -
record in the Second Red. Cross early in November before the other Kansas City, Atlanta and every large writings personal characteristics of j I in War Savings: Stampsis .no'lnlf well. Price rlKht. *Thtc .., \

", drive. cane matures! and the best feature city in the United States for Liberty the}) German ruler and interesting yet helping to win this war., and is at ).
,: seems to be the fact thr.t the land can Loan ,drives, Thrift Stamp campaigns brutal, incidents of his life, have been the same time a substantial invest- nine I..t. built of bent. mnterlnla. Any
Vote for N. C. Bryan for the legislature then be used for potatoes or son o Red Cross appeals etc., will woven into rn absorbing story which ment of capital. one Interi-Hlrd In either of theaopropcrtU'M
: and let him complete the jobhe other crop till next June. be shown at the Casino theater. An for the most part is laid in Belgium with real Intention to buy
has so well begun for state and can buy them low below hlr vniuc.and .
tor
augmented orchestra will play a score and Berlin. The calls service to the countryare .
r'aionnils
ttrm1ia
arrange any .
nation-wide prohibition. KISSIMMEE WOMEN'S CLUB o L numerous and everyone who desires <- I'. iow 21 !So. Orange Ave,.

Listen to this.-Governor- Pinkham COMMENDED FOR RESOLUTIONThe been pronounced one of the "most Served with ever.thlng-but things d b. can find something helpful to -Orlando.: -- -KK.- '-_ 8-tr' 4I

cabled from Honolulu that Hawaii Kissimmee Woman's useful workshops" in Florida. This to eat.I \VKI.I.IN'(13 for; : rent Apply to M.
Club building .cost nearly $17,300 and .;:j Tiller.
. had oversubscribed its quota Of $150- seems to have voiced a general sentiment would be credit to in the would make him a bed of silken Perhaps the most conternptibk
000 in the 2nd Red Cross drive. a any city
when it recently passed resolutions state. The ,record made by Rev. sheen person in this country nt- this time m 1'('it / ...:Seroml-hnnd' Fordcnrr*
their ban With linens the American slacker. hi. and at ntlrncl\i. piiea. ()....eol la MotorCo
tKj to lie
placing on postal Falls and the church he is costly between I Spot ':
Talk about the scarcity of stock serves a .. 307 KrondWHVIIAII.KVH ,
Zone System and their action is be- With covers of down and filets of 'sWat him.
and is of -
splendid one a source gratification
feed in Texas-it is reported that I
ing quoted with commendation by to the communiay as well. lace. AUTO SIitVKK;. KlKBlmmea
Texas attle vtll eat the wings of the press of the country. The following And downy pillows piled in place; It was a truly inspiring ,sight to to Ht (Cloud 10 I a. m.. 1 i>, m, and 7'SO:
airplanes if they are left unkuarded. is reproduced from the May, num- Yet when to his comfort he would l look over the large congregation: that 1'. in. St 'loud, to KI..lmm..e g a. m.
QUANTITY OF GLASS II m And B.Stt: P. rn. C'nlrAI I Pruir
ber of the Dixie Highway publishedat yield.
athered at the Prcsby'erian church
the National Store KlBBlmmce. Thone 41 : Maflno'ir
Yesterday Memorial
which wa .Chattanooga Tenn.: FOUND IN FLOUR It would, stink with the rot of the Thursday morning nt 6 o'clock and I trueKtorc.. Rt Cloud Phono SI ;
Day was proclaimed a (The Manufacturers Record graciously battlefield deep interest was manifested: Kmldnnce St (Cloud phone (8. Cnrir
day of fasting and prayer for our And blood and brains and for hIre. Ualley'a tran.fVr. l tfFAHMEHS
permission to bones of
(five? any periodical throughout the hour of confcsolon ,
boys "who suffer on. the'tJeJish\ rim Kissimee has had some experienceswith
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of war'a red line." to use any article publishedin ground glass in flour, in common menShould and prayer Rev. W. II. Coleman; : -Send today for a fre .ample -
its pages, if the republication will with other town in cover him, smother him, and pastor of the. Christian church lead- copy of the Florida Farmer and)
tend/ to help win the war. We are nearly every then- i ng. His address was strtn" and ap RtorKtnan, published at Jacksonville.
It has been estimated the but .
that an American state on Friday nearly a Hia should Telia raising dairy*
indebted to. the Manufacturers Rec- pillow cling .with the cot-
propriate. it'e:
army of 6,000,000 can be raised teaspoonful of crystals was sifted ln without draft ord for the following./: Editor.) from small sack of flour and ten clay- There was an enlarged attendance log twice a month at SOc per year-
chanringthe a a
ages. The Kissimmee Woman's Club has Clay from the grave of a soldier and deenened interest in the servicesat three year for II.Oft. Only livestock
This war hasn't tested the ,resources I quantity of small particles could be and general farmingpap r In thestate.
boy
the resolutions
ensuing ;
of adopted : the Christian church at 10 o'clock
this detected which the Write
country yet. passed through today.
"Whereas, the postcl: increase on meshes of the sieve. And while Gods stars their vigils which were l led by Dr. O. B. Falls. \

periodicals of from 50 to 900 per keep The attendance was greatly increased FOR RENT: -Furnlhed room or
Th made Osceola Mrs. Fred Gilbert. who had
response by cent by Congress at the lest: session purchased And while the waves the white in the afternoon at the Methodist apartment, for light housekeeping;*
county, to this call for to the the flour, reported the glassto
support
I the extornttnatiton bf sands In modern convenient house close In.
L. "greatest mother in the world" is means many Food Administrator Pledger. ,Mr. He should sweep church when the service was conducted Mr. K. K. \Well, Real Estate and In-,
but an earnest of ,the support large magizinea and newspapers and pledger took' immediate steps to never, ever sleep. e by the writer. The services at .uranee. lie Mabbetta St. Phone Z4*.
every
'var measure will receive till. this war "Whereas, the citizenship of Am- trace the matter back to the mill And thru all the days-thru all the night at the Baptist church proved
Is won.' erica needs now in this tragic hour from which it came to suppress the years, a fitting climax to the occasion, FOR. SAI.K' or Tit ADR--Overland auto. :1
as never before the freest circulationof splendid addresses being made fully equipped, with modern Improvement
sale of the remainder of the ship There should be an anthem in his by ., '
Auto Meeker'
information,1 and Drs. J. .D. Sibert and, O. B. Falls. at Uaraire
Food Director Hoover ment which small earsRinging .
asks that we fortunately, was a Ht Cloud. Ha run lepu than SO
rut our supply of meat to two poundsper "Whereas the men, women and and singing and'.., never This will be long remembered as a 000 .mile .

week and 'reduce the consump children living remote from., cities ofnuhliratlon one.Mr, Pledger in spealdn"- the incident ", done ,' ,, 'jSI'{%*>>iJ j&K! <.*' j - 11.lt"J"M; ; ,,
must not be unfairly
tion of wheat to ,practically nothing our stated:. "There is i .' no, questionin From the edge of,the'light,to the setE'
tilt the new i crop >, is i releasedAJI dealt ,with by. Congress,!! which mY mind that I the glass jwaa, put of j sunkdlfi. ffilniiiffffimaimi;

:right Mr. Hoover it is easier stand3attheIl.eadpfjthe i 1 i world's democracy in S the ft original S mill package%which and moaning and moaningwild
to give "' and fty< tW' . j "
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bread than blood. : was a 94 pound sack,* though' just !'"11"' ;;fi, ", "" The Teutons Are MakidI.
"Whereas, our American periodicals how this came about,whether by ac- A ravaged'French) girl's bastard child.

The Girl Scouta of Kissimmee have are the builders of a glorified cident or by intention, I have no And I'd build him a castle ,by the sea, ,
pledged themselves to donate $5 each nation and are needed as torches of opinion to offer." As lovely a castle as ever could be,

month to the Red Cross indefinitely. liberty to "help. win the war," be it The remainder of the shipment in Then I'd show him a ship from over Another

.', 'That's what you might call patriot therefore the local store was "quarantined"and the sea. Tremendous Driveto
"P. Thet the
solved. Kissimmee
ism, considering the misses are on an the mill from which it car e was As fine a ship as ever could be,
average twelve old, and there Woman's Club earnestly urges every communicated with at once to prevent Laden with water cold and sweet

are not more. than years a dozen in the member rf Congress to use his up the matter from cccurring Laden with everything good to eat win and thousands upon thousands are. losing their lives and will
most have
band. power to repealed at once again. I have had the fullest cooperation Yet scarce does she touch the silvered ,
the destructive Postal Rate Bill." I lose out.
sands
of the merchant who Sold the
The feeling is universal over' the Passed unanimously April 23, 1918. flour locally. in the whole matter, Scarce may he reach out his eager
Mrs. Minnie Moore We are making big drive
a ,
Wilson President hands- on groceries and teed and no live*
'Whole and he than
state that our enti-e Congressional was more glad to protecthis
Mrs. I.. II. Ingram, Recording Sec. Than a hot and hellish bat and, will\ ,
delegation will bo returned by customers. molten shell YO'e win out. Just watch our .smoke.
an overwhelming majority. New and Mrs. Gertrud( Katz, Trccsurer. "It seems difficult to assign a reason Should change his Heaven into Hell. ,

untried men, 1'1. this critical period, Help win the war? Indeed, ys! for placing the glass in the flourif I And tho he'd watch by the wave-

are not needed at Washington. in t.nds There to is no other one agency which it were done with inUmtion, as swept shore. FOR SATURDAY Crisco, large can uuu.,.,_, 1.85

fact, they would be in the way. Three which enlighten American humanity many of the cryttals were the size Our Lusitania would rise no more. Black-eye Pens lb. -------- .11 Crisco, medium -__-______.. ..90Crisco
increases
members: Sears Clark and Kehoe, ,character so vastly personal of a crowder pea and could not. be "No Man's Land" where the Irish fell Lima Henna, lb. .II) small ______________ .45

are being .opposed, by men who want the development foundation men'nl activity taken into the mouth without detection I'd start the Kaiser a private hell Good I I Prunes, 2 i'b---------- ..25B Sweet Feed, lOGlbs. ________ 3.30
of whicha ,
jobs. Mr. Sears has been in con- better; Nation very of be and for that very reason would I'd jab him, stab him, give him .>st Evap. Peaches IGc,'2 Ibs. .30 Sweet Feed. 100 Ibs. ,._. 3,00 .,

gress four years and knows the situ built tha.i the patriots distribution can fail to do any har.ii. The fellow dida And in each wound I'd pour ground gas Cheese, I lb. ----------------- .__ Oats, 100 Ibo. _____1:::__ ,_ 3.C.O

ation. Our people know him to be ;of the unhampered kind mighty poor Job if harm was in' glass; Corn, 100 Ib s. _____!_. _____ 4.00
right of ma.:rzines. U. S. Smoking pkg./ .______ .05
honest, able sincere tended. Velvet Bean Meal _
and ____
loyal. He The '- of the act I'd march him out where the brave Prince uu
repam passed by Albert pkg. 2.6g.
should In event the of Osceola --00-- : .14 Alfalfa
receive people r Menl
every vote in Osceola Congress last which any boys died. uuu-_____
county. only for increased year providesnot county may be congratulated on be- Out past the lads he crucified.In Gecrge Washington, pkg. _. .0( Cotton Seed Hulls ___u-,_._ 1:60:
I postage but Stag pkg. ___.___ .05
ing represented food administrator -----
I> 11' ---- Good White
6 y Bacon lb.: ____ .25
for'a zone system which "plnye favorites" wro takes such prompt and the fearful glQom of his living Velvet, pkg. --______----___ .11 Best u
Shall eastern Florida be considered the Creamery Butter lb. .50
to Kaiser's dvpnJvge Tuxedo
In the eastern time thorough action in safeguarding the tomb. pkg. ----u__ .10 Minced Ham ]lb. ___ .28
belt rather
than should be urged by every thinking public. There is one thing I'd do, before I Camel Cigr&icttes, pkg______ .14 3 lb. 7 uu
In the central is the question which person in tl-) United States. Let was thru- Renos pkg. .08 oz. pkg. Rolled Oats._ .30

is being. discussed by the interstate your opinion bo known! I'd make him sing in a stirring All others pkg.----unh__ ___ .05 Potted Ham, can _-________ .0.
man- uun
commerce commission at Wa hing- Most of our reople know that Led- ner Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ibs. (with Vienna Sausage can --___.._ .10

'ton. If' this is decided in the affirmative REV. FALLS CELEBRATES hey! Wear has a Shetland pony and The wonderful words vf "The Star substitute) __uu______ 1.60 Corn Beef Hash, can, 13c, 2.25.
Kis&immee must take cart. Such a possession means muchto Beef Pork and Veal Loaf .15
another Rye Flour. Ib- c.n
Spangled Banner. per __ __.07 ,4
hitch in her time turnher; clocks up SECOND ANNIVERSARYRev. a boy, especially a boy scout. The Barley Flour per lb.---__-- .08 Household Ammonia, bot.___ .10/

one hour more till writer remember the time back Uu Blueing, bottle ___ ___
the first of Octo can 3 Ibs. Good Rice _______ --___ .05
ber, when. it would continue as it is O. B. Falls has just celebratedthe yonder in boyhood when he would Fancy Head Rice lb. __n-__ .25.10 Potash large can _-___nn_ .10

new. There seems to be no question second anniversary of his pastorate have considered such a possession FOOD WILL WIN Water Ground, lb., ___ n Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup ?_ .25
that this section is located in the of the First Baptist church of equal to a house and farm so to Rumford, Baking Powder- Ib.. .06 Cal. Peaches, smell ___u___ .14
eastern belt as the line runs somewhere Kissimmee and made a summary of speak. Now Ledley says )he wt.nts to Best Salt Bacon lb. .25 Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 3 fo" .25

i near Live Oak; the question the development of that organization ,five this horse and cart to )he Red i 'l'HE Good White Bacon, lb-------- 32 Tomato Pulp, lOc 3 for __u .25
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Is "Shall abe take her proper time?" during that period of time. Dross ladies of Bartow. A committeehas [ I Breakfast Bacon lb. _____ .25 Best Early June Pets can __ .14
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eVAN Du.ring these two years he has taken charge of the matter and Sliced Ham lb. _u_I .45 Small cans __--________--_? .09
C. SWEARENGEN preached 187 sermons at home and will dispose of this gift and dispose Salmon --n_ __ .40 Maxwell House Coffee, crri __ .32
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182 at other of the per con -u_____ .15 White
horse and the
points. cart to best adVantage Salmon House Coffee, can ____ .35
Van C. Swearengen, present at He has conducted 26 funerals and the per can ---------__ 18 Senate
I and possible turn pro- Argo Salmon best there i? __u___ .35 .
torney general of the state of FlorIda 'solemnized 18 marriages. ceeds over to the Red Cro 8. This is ------n__ .28 Arbuckles _____ __ .24
and candidate for re-nomination I lie 'has conducted five revival jiving to the point "where it hurts"f VOTE FOR S. W. PORTER FOR Bull Head Catsup, hot. 13c, 2 .25 Mince Meat-- -- -- ---
the services !: Eba Milk. pkp. ________ .._ .10
: .lor same office in next Tuesday's in his home church and two in we are capable of passing on the REPRESENTATIVE. (Advt.) can ------u_ 05 Best Evaporated Peaches .16
primary, spent Tuesday in Kissim. other churvhes. of : Eagle Milk, can -----__ ___ .22 --
true-blue American
At these two from feeling a real Mohawks -- Best Smoked Ham, Jb. __.!.. .33
mee meeting the voters in the Interest 85 to 90 can ?-______ ___ .15
conversions were made. toy, as we know Ledley to be.Bartow -! -- Jar Rings doz. ____ .04
of Carnation ------*
his can
; candidacy. Mr. Swearen- During the two years 104 additions Record. Van ----u .06 Best Red Rings, doz. ___ .10
Camp's Milk 3 I III -- --
t gen began his career as a black. were made to the church organization I' NEWS AND COMMENTS cans .20 1 lb can Cocoa. .25

'emith at Palatka, and it is said of just one for each week of, LET HIM LIVE I Pet Karo Milk No.Baby, 3 cans ______ .20 Blue Label Vaseline uuuu, bot __ .05
."i him that he was a good blacksmith. his pastorate. '* 10 -------__--_-- 1.0 Turpentine u
lIe later..$became a lawyer and moved The duplex envelope (From Mahoning Dispatch Canfield, Light! Karo No. 5 ----____ .50 Caster bottle -uu--t--- .10
system was By W. B. -- Oil
WitherspoonThe bottle
Mahoning Co. 0.) Alaga ._ .10
to Jacksonville: where he climbed Installed Syrup, gal. __ 1.15 uhu
to which provided ready -- ---- Castona
money bottlo ____________ .30
the position of chief executive of that for current expenses and missionary As long as the flowers their perfume Second Red Cross drive Alaga Syrup, %-gal. ______ 58 Thread spool __ ... .05
was
a Alaga
4 tltjr. Gov. Colts appointed him calls. Syrup, No. 2 ____ uuu
.22
to The pastor's salary was give patriotic hummer. Sure! --- CamPhor bottle __ _________ .10
,: tli. position of attorney general to promptly paid and he was sent to the So long I'd let the Kaiser live, Alaga Syrup, No. 1 --?_.___ .17 -All Other, Things-
1111 the term of Baptist Live and, live for million : AccordinglyEVERYBODY -
unexpired Judge .encampment at Lake City a years Now for redoubled efforts to sell
!. Thomas-. F. West, who was promoted and to New Orleans to attend the With nothing to drink but Belgian War Savings Stamps. All together INVITED TO
i to Justice of the supreme court. Southern Baptist convention. On one tears; forward! AND GET PRICES. JSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE '

Whether( black.mlthl lawyer, mayor occasion he was sent on a vacation to With nothing to .quench his awful Ou U: Cordiality; 16 o*. to the .

;. 'Hoe I attorney general., Von Bwearen- Washington and Baltimore. On these thirst The General Assembly of the Pres pound end 100 Cent on the Dollar. .'

'\ area ha* always been found in the events MS expense were paid. But the salted brine of a Scotch. byterian church in the United States

: front rank fighting for the right, During the two years a building man's curse. of America in its annual session last

\\:1: and the moral uplift of'the" community committee was organized: "with, the I[ would let him live 'on a dinner each week at Columbus Ohio, passed resolutions CUT PRICE CASH

1" In which ha HjrwLSadhrit -;: pastor as chairman. Sketches, outlines .- day.Served urging the government 1to GROCERY

:, : th. mart whom' 'you are and ,plan of a new building from silver on a golden tray continue the war until a complete'

:...bcI to' eat your vote for next were drawn. The money collected Served, with things both dainty ana victory is secured. This I is true of Phone 141. 422 -

.fJUeada!., ,., _- , ...i. .and the bulking/ erected, which: hat _sweet _. __ the tradition of thi' church which. Broadway

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. ,MAY 31; 1918. FIVE

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<" ; FOR' RENT-Furnished flat with ;

INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 11 I modern improvements. W. B. Harris! II PROGRAM

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; ..oooooooooooo..oo..ooooo Boys' Balbriggan Under Suits at Mrs. E. L. Chapman of Loughman II .n
a
old price, 50c suit F, H. Lawson -, spent Friday in the city shopping and GraystoneTheatre
visiting friend She wak tI.e )luncheon I Ir'te
: I
; ' i i Weather Report Born, to Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Geiger, guest of Mrs C. E. ..lUHon.Vitafrraph JUNE 3-8

: Ikk '. on Monday, May 27th, a son.Don't -
will present "A Bachel MOMI>A1THK ,
SHOES THAT I)A\! (' U" Trl.
miss "War Brides" or's Children" with Morey and
seeing at Harry (H Y John Moroso in Metropolitan -
Following are daily"tempera the Casino tonight. Florence Des-hon as stars Wednesdayat aisgaslne.)
ture and precipitations as reported the, Casino, Mutt and Jeff bring- .'..11.. turtle( *miallarp M<-
Bushman and Bayne, Motto stars, I>...I". IZtto Kpl.oil
Government station the rearIn "The Decoy.
by ing up '
"v'EBGEA1! (:K AND TIIK "OMAN"TI'K
'at Kisslmmee fntlpll! week ending will| present "With Neatness and Dis
patch" at the Casino next. E. L. Lesley shipped two carloadsof !IIIJ"V
Thursday, May 30: .! Tuesday "ITH NKATNKHS ANn UNI PATCH
potatoes yesterday to New York Ma:. Min. Rain Mrs.: E. L. and children left . .
Lesley markets. These were raised on his ,.... .. ( <
Friday ____ .. 85 87 Wednesday for a week's visit with farm adjoining the city and at Camp- 461

Saturday .., .. 87 68 relatives at Arcadia. bell" Station. Fully 75 per cent of <"TIIH...1.r..<-r IIA D.( IIKUUIl-H..... 41: Harry tllll.nHKN"M.rrr) ,
___ '86 65 the potatoes dug: were number ones "It-
Sunday ., ll rrager Woodbeck has booked
-- ..
"
and few were ulls. Mr. Lesley M Monday ._ ... 88 67 "The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin," very 4000 FUherTIU'HSHAY OUTSIDE
of furniture i is
would have
for the first available date. said he upwards really essential -
.. 90 67
.
Tuesday barrels from 'his farms.. deride FIH ""A1\n" ,
Wednesday ...J 89 69 Eddie Lancaster and family have '\....... r........ comfort' and
Animal to
of the Bureau of summer pleasure.Your .
moved into the in Lake Dr. Warwich Story' of Revolution-torn Russia.
Thursday ___. 96 66 log' houqc,
Industry stated to a representative How Russia wa brought to ruin
Shore addition for the summer by her traitor. It.s a play thatbr".d.
.+toOOoooooooo..OOOOOOOOO.Music months. of the Gazette that he was patriotism making every
present at a cattle dipping this weekat American fed that he must do>
brothers ranch something to end the devilish porch and lawn lose much'of. their
Mrs: C.' H. Grantham. and Children the Overstreet '
of1 '
all kinds at Central of ,
methods the Kaiser.
Store. Drug ere visiting. her parents in Douglas, when .1500 head of their cattle were Flu DA\-Fr..t.re O.r-.*- /- charm, and attractiveness without 'some
Ga. Mr. Grantham acompanied them rounded and without even '
up diyp'ed "IIKKOIC "KHAIXTK"Klftht reU. ;
'""r- 1 Miss Lenore Van Dozer left for as far as Jacksonville.Cut .. limning an a mishap. ofany but not a foot too Ionic. Cram full of the comfortable but inexpensive: furniture
f> of sensational battle scenes threeof .i
Orlando Thursday to spend the weekend price holds good till 11 p. m. kind. them portray the tremendous designed for them. :
with relatives. "Haiti* ot the Bomme." Our Bo's
and
Saturday night on Men's Cool Cloth Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aultman are there. The hour of Oerman)" 10.,
e.
Boys' Suits. 14 to 17 years, at half and Palm Beach Suits. F' H. Law- granddaughter Miss Jackinetta( accompanied doom has struck. ',,'
II., Lawson. son. by Mr. and Mrs.'J. Wesley '''JATfnHAVTIIH
this,,week.
:,r\ ,.. price F. Brown, motored to Sand Lake Tuesday II A It II HOCK BHKKD"Trl.12tb Ourstock includes everything; you will want, up-to-

:,! ;\ ,. .,," Miss E. Lane'Steven. of Fairvilla,, Mrs. G. W. McGowan left Friday to spend the day at Mr. Ault- KplMMle Margery U..."'II.11_'.... !. the date and desirable in every way and marked at '
'! Fla.. is the guest this week of Mrs. night for Macon, Ga. to be with Ser- man's tract. A picnic dinner, including "..OIlT KXI'HKSSK i
W. W. Saunders. geant McGowan who is stationed at !: luscious peaches and ,juicy water- ....r (.'..r.r, Two Reels. right prices. '
Camp Wheeler. melons added to the pleasure of the ('_.!.. Frldsr..1..e 14IMM -
Lavoptic is what you need for your ..I.AM KAIIIIIAMKX In summer
. event. Make of the
, sure a delightful by furnishing
eyes. For sale' by Central Drua' Don't forget that F. II. Lawson TIIK MOI>KHN SKICTK.KHS"

Store.C. carries all kinds of Shoes to suit all i'eaVl ""White is soon, to be seen on porch and lawn.
kinds of feet them and Casino. The thrilling .
, so bring in the screen at the CHURCH
Sing has opened a Chinese laun- fit 'em. : serial, "The House of Hate" in MEETINGS AT'M.

dry in the Willson building at No. which she stars, will begin"a twenty- CLOSED WITH GOOD RESULTSMiss ......""".-,,,,,,","'".., .
11 Darlington. avenue. Nelson Makinson and'' Sheldon week run following: the "Lost Ex-
Johnson will go to Tampa Sunday toJft'cr The first episode of three
press. Emma Tucker, field agent for
Cut prices still hold on I.adies'Silk ( their services to the govern- will be shown with the concluding .
11 reels the orphanage at Enterprise, has just C.H. GRANTHAM
Dresses till Saturday night by in the U. S.
nnent enlisting
navy. on
of the Lost Express ,
F. II. Lawson. : chapter closed a two week's revival meetingat .
p. m. Miss Lola Kenton left Saturday for Saturday, June 6. the First Methodist church, which THE SATISFACTORY STORE -
Mrs.: J. E. Moseley and-:Miss Em- an extended visit with her brother in Prominent amonat.he visitors to without doubt will result in great ,

mie :Moseley of Orlando were guestsof Akron, Ohio. She spent Sunday in Orlando today from Sanford were good to the church. She organized KISSIMMEE FLA f
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Overstreet guest of friends in Jacksonville while several intercessary bands and per- ?
last week en route. Rev. :A. S. Peck rector of the Holy sonal workers whose combined efforts ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,................ r
mother. Mrs. Jona-
his ,
church
Cross
I will be the building up of the church.
The Centrals Nurse says "Keep Mr. and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr and than Peck, Mrs. Minnie Jones and Miss Tucker has conducted Bible
your eyes healthy by using LA VOl'- daughter arrived Monday from Kis- little daughter, LeClair and Mrs.; Dr. readings for twenty-five years and 1 i- -4L i
TIC." It's guaranteed V>y Central simmer and will spend the summer at Rot>t'son. They were making an auto- has had a long. experience in Cha-

Af, k Drug Store. their home on tho beach.-New Smyrna mobile trip to Ki"slmmee.-Reporter- tauqua work. She has a very simple -- r
News. Star (Monday.) {I way of stating ,truths, born of long ,
Telegraph Co. has '
Postal
The moved -
Florida sales experience which makes the readings t
i its local office into the room next J. S. Robert of Cape Sable arrived Cornelius ChristinneV Coe-Mortimer, Ferti- 'wonderfully practical while the evident CHRISTIAN CHURCH VOTE FOR S. W. PORTER FOR .
door to Mrs. Tress' store, formerly in Kissimmee Monday for a combined manager for the this consecration of, her life lends REPRESENTATIVE. (Advt.) .
occupied by the Western Union. business and pleasure mission.. While lized Co., was in Kjissimmeee 10:00-Sunday school.
her work. This is the
I week in consultation with J. T. Burk- power to second 11:00-Sermon: Why Christ Died.
here he will be the of Commissioner
guest .
The Central's Nurse says: "We Milliard and famly.A. hclter, local manager for .this com- occasion that Miss' Tucker has 6:46: -Y. P. S. C. E.
have the popular war songs fn sheet pany. In conversation with a representative -' conducted meetings at the Methodist 7:30-Sermon; "A Holy Spirit
music." See. our line. Central Drug W; Bailey, agent for the Southern of the Gazette, Mr. Cnris- church here and a warm welcome will Conversion.: Acts 8:26 to close.
Store. Express company ,who has been tiancy spoke very highly of the fertility .always await her should she ever return Let Me '

I Till for several weeks, is convalescing. of our soils and predicts that METHODIST CHURCH
'R. H, Buford of Marianna, candi- His warm friends will be gladto Kissimmee will be one of the leading I .
date for 'ustice of the supreme court hear many of his 'improved health. farming sections of Florida within PATRIOTIC LEAGUE MEETS Preaching 'Sunday at 11 a. m., by ExamineYour '

of Florida- was in the city Wednes- the next few years. AT CITY DOCK NEXT WEEK the pastor. At 7:45: p. m. Milton
day meeting his friends. j FOR SALE-A: few pounds of ribbon Pledger will deliver an address on
cane seed; produces excellent syrup Judge and Mrs. H. M. Porter have The members of' the Patriotic food conservation. Special music by Eyes .
J. R. Hinson and C. Munford, who I and Icrge quantity of ensilage at been entertaining a house party Including League are urged to be present at the choir.
are in charge of the road work between Mrs. G., P. Prayermeetlntr Wednesday even-
small cost; matuus in four months; their daughter, the regular meeting on Wednesdayat '
Kissimmee and Orlando, were her son, at 7:45 o'clock will be in charge I have :the scientific
,now is the right time to plant A.I E. Starkey of St. Petersburg, 4:30 p. m., which will be held at ing instrument
Haines City visitors this week- Thomas, Kissimmee, Fla. 24-2t Corporal J. B. Starkey of Fort Dade, the city dock. 10f the Epworth League, with Miss for determining and the GLASSESfor

Haines CSty-Herald. and another son. Roy, who is locatedin The girls of this organization are Bratton as leader. J. D. Sibert, correcting any and all defects -
:Mrs. A. Cotterman received a dainty Cleveland. Ohia, and who, was en pastor.
doing excellent work in their drill t
Editor C. F. Johnson of St. Cloud : of vision NO MATTER the
nature -
Klssimmee handkerchief last week from her route for that place. Mrs. Starkeywill already and are enthusiastic about ,
was a business visitor in son, Sergeant-Major K. E. Hock of remain here for an extended their work. All girls who graduated of your case. If your t

Monday the 52d Artillery, C. A. C., American visit. Today the party motored .out from the grammar school this year GLASSES do not fit you perfectly -'

Mrs. C. C. Evers and three children Expeditionary" Forces. "somewhere inFrance. to the' country home of Mrs. T. A. are invited to attend as they are now FIRST CLASSChinese 'i call on me.I i

( 'T of Kissimmee arrived Monday and Bass for the day. a part of the high school and eligi- HandLAUNDRY fit any eye that responds to

are guests at the Coronado Beach ho- Miss Louise Mcintyre, of Newman, .Word has been received by Mr. ble to the league., light. '

tel.-New Smyrna News 111., who was a house guest Of Miss and Mrs. S. B. Aultman from their You Invited to call for <:
are
CANNING
COMMUNITY consultation -
,_ Mrs. Joseph Bumb,.. who has been Lee Bowers at the Magnolia for a son, Henry Aultman, of El Paso,' '
advice-
week left for Kisnimmee to has enlisted with the Miss Albina Smith demonstration and
the]guest, of Mrs. Fred Gilbert, left Friday Texas, that he county -
Tuesday for her'home In Orlando.fiL1 t.' loin a house party.Daytona.JlalifaxJOJrnal. Texas Cavalry being organized there. agent for Osceola county, c. SING Proprietor
; I i ,r,eli'nifh l ' a tlOAat iNSfMro t \ H" "I &iiLSMMKi: ; ,i ;< "i" r,T' MriAultman: was one of, the famous will conduct a community-banning in "
DARLINGTON AVE
11 'S'
J McPhatterwillileaveSforWaynesvillelN. 1 ."' cl41) ) ii.\"r.W:\ stiSatlliSSImMfa j' f;,
\c... !nexUTuelday'to p Beals, [ nstructor work ft.n9 the(CjT cent&Unpleasantness day, June 6., ,Anyone wishing: ,to can ,All, Laundry hand washed. and.. t
.
accompany''her: neice,""''M iss"""Ruth of'music1 in'the public!schools'of iKisj between'the United States'and Mexico. vegetables or fruit at that time may \ hand! ironed. >' ) ,\\1.; OCCUltiat-ptkian..

Campbell, home after- an. extended simmee. will be. glad to meet all pupils -- Mr. Aultman wired his son to do so under her supervision. Care taken to prevent,any'dama -
who desire to study piano forte make visit home before going kinds
visit here. a All of laundry workat 28 West Church Street,
during the summer months. in the "over seas" but lias heard nothing f LOOD VS. GAUZEThe tho right prices. No injurious
On account of the primary elec- eighth grade room in the school from him for some time and thinks' chemicals used. Right prices. ORLANDO FLA.c .
Kissimmee Red Cross
tion next Tuesday, the meeting of the house on June 11. it possible that he may be on his Chapterwill .
school board and county commissioners fail to fill the quota asked of it T
will be held on Thursday insteadof Mrs. Charles Lee, mother of Walter way over there. this month for the first time since its .,

Monday next week. Lee and his sister, Miss Zaida HEROIC FRANCE organization.The .
and Miss Gleason left surgical dressings departmenthas
aunt, Friday times picturesare
Mrs. II. N. Bratton, Mrs W. L. morning for their ,Jiome near New These are war The war must see been asked to send 1,800 cotton

'Winn And Miss Louise Thomason York City, after spending the winter jn demand.how it is conducted.people In no absorbent pads 8x12 inches, but it /c cI
and know
spent several I days this week at En- months here. clash of arm.and has been impossible for the few
the
i
other
terprise attending the Women's Mis- way can' faithful workers to complete this
conference. Mrs. J. E. Mattocks and intei' 'stincr the struggle' of battle be exhibited number. Probably not more then half
sionary
with all its realistic effect than on.
family arrived Wednesday from that number can be made. These
Lou Seaman and his brother Thomas Mount Dora for a few days' visit the screen, the movies must do their pads are to be used to stanch, the
who has been visiting him for with J. McPhatter and family. Mrs. duty in this respect. blood and pus horn wounds of Am- I
several months, spent Monday in Mattocks was a former resident of Next Friday the Casino presents erica's nrecious boys. 1800 were
Tamna. The latter let( for his home Kissiinniee and has a wide circle of "Heroic France," -an eight-reel offi- asked of Kissimmeo and not half that
.. a in Chester, Pa., this week. friends who are delighted to meet cial French picture of the war. filled number is ready.If i i

of Moultrie Ga. who her again. with sensational scenes, among them" the blood of our boys is required
,
,
Clyde Raney the famous "Battle of the Somme.
is now ticket agent for the A. C. ).. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCool, Jr., With our boys "over there" and on the battle fields to bring about
at Camp Johnston, spent last Sundayin expect to leave for their home in the Star Spangled Banner entwined lasting peace cannot we supply the
stanch that blood and close
to
this city visiting his boyhood' Beaver Falls, Pa., Saturday. Mr. with the lily flag of France, every gauze
friend, Geo. W. Persons. McCool'Sr., and his nurse, Mrs. wind that blows"across Atlantic'swaves those wounds Not unless more women c
make sacrifice and
Price, will remain here for a coupleof bears to us the resounding a personal
has about twenty-five devote of their time to this
Lou Seaman part
makes intensely
weeks longer. The entire party clash of arms and
peach trees over at Kissimmee Park will return early in the fall to look interesting every scene and every\ cause. ..
which brought $300
the crop from after business matters. that takes us nearer the dear
important picture It
of about $12a VOTE FOR S. W. PORTER FOR
this season, an average world "a '
to make the 5L
tree.: He found ready sale locally Sergeant Hendry and Private Ed- ones decent battling place to live in." REPRESENTATIVE (Advt.) ::1)),, ; Doll up

for his entire crop. die Duke, who were home on furlough WehovethtfToileh
assisted in the at the
flag raising
Vowell and W. C. Bass
C. E.
Supt. school court house grounds on Thursday of Itft'Taylor's Preparations
Whittier ;
motored down to on last week. It fitting
especially
was
business Thursday. They were ac- that khaki-clads should perform the and Baby
Miss Albina Smith, you
accompanied by [Grocery
county demonstration lent who was service of flying Osceola's honor flag. need.

looking; after t the ;; 8.t:8'of: her Mr.. and Mrs. G .W Persons accom- They are harmless

work. panied by Dr. J. D. Sibert and daughter -

Will Mason Tiller and Miss Wilametta, left Tuesday for 25c Sale r ;
Big 6
Corporals
Robert Woodall and Privates Campbell Enterprise attended, where three-day'session the ladies of the of : trtn
party a
and Johns are
Bowen
Hertzell
.
conference.Mr.
the Woman's Miisionary -

home on a four days' furlough with Persons and Dr. Sibert returned ..___ .25 2 Cans' Vienna Sausage_____ .25
order to report at Camp) Wheeler on home Tuesday night. 6 Cakes Laundry Soap THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS:

Saturday. Ian the 'interview of Campany Corporal B 5 pkg. Pearline __________ .25 3 cans Tuna Fish ____-__- .25
Tiller stated boys
Lieut. II. S. Geiger of the Medical
were certainly grateful for the esteem Corps came home from Camp John- 5 pkg. Star Naptha ______. .25 I Jar Chipped Beef ------- .25 There are different qualities of drugs and drug

in which they are ,held at home. ston on a five-day furlough'last Mon- 2 Jars Peanut Butter ----,.- .25
He said: "Since I have been home a his arrival he found that 5 pkg. White Rose .25 store things just the same as there are different
day. Upon -------
anyt.hinlt'Kissimmee 2 Jb s. Prunes _____________ .25
lady asked me if there was his family had just been increasedby qualities in other lines of business.
could send them that they the advent of II. S. Jr., who gave 5 Cans Baby Pet Milk ---- .25 1 Can Sliced Pineapple ____ .25

would difficult enjoy to mention, and I ,replied anything it would the people be him greeting.a .hearty,if somewhat. boisterous, 2 Tall Cans Pet Milk ______ .25 '1 Caa White Tuna Fish __u .25 We keep only the best quality of everything In

here have not thought' of al- 3 canS Tomatoes --__-__-- .25 3 Cans Mixed Vegetables _. .25 our line. Our perfumes hold their odor; our soaps
:' lie spoke especially of the Mrs. Roy Chalker, who has been
ready.Smileage books sent to Company, B I the guest of her parents, Mr. and I 2 cans String: Beans ______ .25 2 Cans Okra and Tomatoes. .25 are sweetlY' scented; our brushes hold their bristles. '

and said they were left with the top Mrs. C. A. Carbon, for the past week, 3 pkg. Corn Flakes ___u__ .25 1 pkg.Salt Brick __uu .25

riergeant. then when any boy wished left Saturday for her home in Lake 6 pkg. Pepper ___._.. ___ .25 2 pkg. Lux Soap _________ .25 Whenever you buy from us it Is first class.
accompanied by her --
attend She
to take advantage of them'and City. was '
Then from and KNOW Is
the Liberty theater in their camp he sister, Miss Inez Carson, who vioit- '5 Can Potted'Meat __-_____ .25 2 Jan Fruit Jam ________ ..25Taylor's buy us It right.

could ue the book and. then returnit ed there until Tuesday.

for the next boy. Corporal Tiller
said the entertainments given in Eddie Duke returned to Camp Central{ Drug Store I

these Liberty theaters' were of the Wheeler last Saturday after spend- Grocery
best and often were $1 or $1.60 shows ing a few days here with his parents.
) when given outside the camp. lie said Eddie was fortunate in being here at "The Square Deal Place" 4,o' r

the boys were especially grateful for the ceremonies attending the presen- '
Avenue PHONE 41
these Smileage book. which provided tation of Osceola county's honor flag, 16 Stewart FW
them with amusement without going and was selected to assist in hoisting

into Macon for it. it to the breeze.

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SIX ,-- K1SSIMMEE): VALLEY GAZETTE FJUDAYrMAY'31'' 1918. ,



SEARS' OPPOSED PR. SIDtNT.--:, -k


w
has three members you should know If yon desire to
enjoy lug fOUGHT SELECTIVE DRAFT -
1. Toe Popular UOuId form of Peruna.-the reliable CHAMBERL
te.aeef tr,. Am.rboa heu.ehoid 4th. loog b arc y .1 .nine.. la ,
u..Ung dl oat.nb.l lti.a.mlti.a.L .
The tablet form, which Is made after the same
formulary and I.mt,.ooarcAlaet tor nur. TO TilE PEOPLE OF THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF b.\\ TABLETS
3. Manalln. the Ideal laxative, by the regular use of
y which eonMlpatloa m.r b* ere.eom..od FOLRIDA :
rur.1 action nmumd. Mmmmlt has BOteUt

e Your corm dniUiitbM eg dnif. but.11 U(hi a*.aid. to So.Inn.many At the outset of his speech against the "Selective Draft Bill" the most is just what need madam. Many
tboui.ndi haw'rMxdvtid beocflt fran Ibov thetwdon.abotbtbe..rem.dle.that Important war measure recommended by the President Congressman Sears THIS you

very.n m noMnlud carrlul houMbold.part of tb qulpmcot of referred to Congressman Kahn who was the Administrations spokesman who were troubled.with indigestion, a

THE FUUNA COMPANY c.Is..un.er for this measure as the man who had been selected "to lead the fight for1Prusslanism. biliousness and
sallow skin
indicating
." Could he muddy ,
say anything worse about the President than that

Mr. Sean then read an extract from a speech by Daniel Webster, whichhe habitual constipation have been permanently cured

fully subscribed to and Incorporated in his speech. Following is.the quotation
,
: by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
YOUNG MEN MUST REGISTER THE RADIO OPERATOR '
_. 'That measures of this nature should be debated at'' all in the council these tablets, they felt miserable'and despondent.Now .
Young men who have attained In of free government is ("ause' of dismay. The question is nothing less than
I sit the silent radio rbom their
their majority since1 the last registration Through the,, dusky hours of night', whether the most essential rights of personal liberty shall ,be surrendered: they are cheerful and happy and relish

or will be 21 before the next Awaiting: the passing of the gloom and'despotism embraced "in its worst form:' Mr. Sears makes. that language meals. Try them. They :only cost a quarter.Chamberlain's ..
registration for the selective draft And the,dawning: of morning'light, his own. ,

will be required to register with the Watching close with sharpened hear "It is time for Congress to examine and de4idefor- itself. It has taken

local board on June 6th. The presi lngWhat the, sleepless signals. say things on trust long enough. It has followed Executive recommendation! Tablets

dent's proclamation calling for the Caught from o'er the deep blue ocean, till there remains no hope of finding safety in that path." That Mr. Sears

registration will be found in this Is I, From our brothers far away.I makes that language his own is almost unbelievable,but'he did. Read his )'

sue. speech.: ....

WOMEN TORTURED I Pealing hear the in from faint signals the intense singing gloom; "The Constitution is'libeled, foully libeled." This means that the Presidents WILL YOU AID IN THIS

I'[' know that.far 'out upon the sea, I recommendation in favor,) of the Selective Draft Bill is in the opinion ,

Suffer terribly with! corns because of Hundreds of miles 'from, his dear of Mr. Sears, a,foul libel upon the Constitution. I
high heels, but why home, "An attempt to maintain this doctrine upon the provisions of the Constitution

care'---,now. There And Is though a loved drowsy one keeping he must his vigil not is an exercise of perverse ingenuity; to extract slavery from the LAUDABLE UNDERTAKING ? .1

Women wear high heels which buckle sway; substance) of a, free, government.' The charge here is that the President

up their toes and they suffer terribly Ibis serving his country and people, .;eeks enslave__ n____' the people."Who I
( from corns. Women theft proceed Protecting the honor of the U.S.A. shall dscribe to you the horrors which your orders of conscription --

to trim' these pests seeking re- shall create in the once happy villages of this country Who shall describe Gainesville Fla., May 23, 1918. boards and committees engaged in ,
lief, but they hardly realize the terri- Not for him ,the bliss of slumber To S. J. Trtplett, Member of State public service ,in connection with the -
the distress and anguish which they will spread over these hills and
ble dangcr-from infection While far out the blue
says a.Cincinnati upon and County Councils of Defense war, in brief! everything, that will
authority. , There are lives within his keeping I valleys where men have heretofore been accustomed to labor and to real insecurity My Dear Co-worker: show what is being done ill your com
Corns can easily lifted out with To whom .his heart is loyal and and happiness? Appreciate the scene, sir, when the class shall as- In order that Florida may be ade- munity. These should be accompanied
the fingers if you will get from any true'Though ; semble to stand its draft and to throw the dice for blood." Is there any won- quately represented in the pictorial by a brief descriptive caption
drug store a quarter of an ounce of a amid the constant dangers history of the war. that is now being which will enable'us to properly identify -
der there outbreaks and resistance to this law after speeches contain-
drug called freezeone. "Lurking, in were
the
This is sufficient surging foam, compiled by War I'lans Division of them.I .
to remove every hard or .soft Ills. heart is stout, firm in purpose, ing i such language as -that were mailed out over the country the General Staff, I desire to suggest appeal to the interest 'and pride
com or callus from one's feet You While his good ship is sailing on. "Ah, !Mr. Chairman," continued Mr. Sears, "on the floor of the Halls of, to you. the importance of procuring of every citizen of Florida, to assistin
imply apply a few drops directly Congress those extracts from the speech which I have-Just read were delivered and sending to me photo- this most important and worthy
upon the tender, aching corn or I.\ilus. While he thinks of his dear mother, graphs of your local war activities. undertaking. Send all pictures with
than but thank God the sentiments expressed still
century ,
The soreness is ,:relieved at once and Back 'in his home far to the west, more a ago It is the desire of the division to descriptive ,notes te Mr. H. S. Howard -
soon the entire corn or callus, root and He is longing to be near her, live, and today there are those who have had the courage, in the face.of the get photographs of the departure of executive secretary. State Council -
all, lifts out without ono particle of And to clasp her to his breast; moM powerful and one of the largest monetary propagandas this country local troops for the training camps{ of Defense, Gainesville, Fla.
pain.This For her love his; heart feels hunger, has ever witnessed, to stand faithful as marks to be criticised jeered, and activities of local war relief societies Thanking you in advance' for your
freezone is a sticky substance Aid) her words he longs to hear, including the Red Cross, Food co-operation in this I
which dries in perhaps>> forced to retire to privite life I again warn you of the dangers matter am,
a moment. It. just But, on and on, the way grows longer Administration, the arrest of truly
shrivels up the corn without inflam- The zone of warfare now draws if the course which you seem determined to pursue." In other words he aliens and suspects, the destructionof enemy Very P. 11 I.yours ROLFS, ....
ing or even irritating: the surrounding near. warns Congress of the "DANGER" of thecourse pointed out by the Pres property when attributed to en- Chairman. '
tissue or skin. Tell your wife about ident. ,I hope that he did not mean to charge that the President was influenced -' emy activities, sales campaigns for

this. He 11 bids___ farewell_, L'_ L.to___his<. _fatherland_ 1_'___ L "by one of the largest monetary propagandists this country has government bonds and war stamps, A want ad. in the Valley Gazettewill
visits
I jiuuiv V&0 I. anu inenus, to foreign officials, drilling of
witnessed when he recommended the of this Bill. !
adieu! ever passage home guards, local commissions. rent your spare rooms.
Lingering beside some foreign strand, Continuing his attack upon this important war measure, Mr.' Sears
PEAS PEAS Beloved America! He is loyal to said further i
C. A. CARSON. President.
!' N. C. BRYAN Secretary:
you ,
"If you will establish for my people a precedent more fatal and more .
How often o'er the blue
deep ocean,
hated and-more grinding than the despised and hated Prussian militarism,
Sends back a sigh to those he The
leaves, in my judgment, it will be only a question of time until more of the rights Waters & Carson
Whippoorwill Cow Peas, Bn., $3.65 It is a sigh of profound emotion, and the liberties of the people will be taken from them." The effect of that
To those who grieve-for whom he statement, embodied in his speech mailed out over the country is to cause
Chnfas Bn .
6.00 grieves. resistance to the law and there can be no doubt about it.

Spanish Peanuts, Lb., . 12c Though h
Beggar Weed Seed Lb. horrorOf universal ("onartiption11'111 have a' hard time convincing those 'young men
30c warfare tempest upon the sea; so unfortunate as to be conscripted that there is anything universal about ..
Velvet Beam lie struggles for a victorious morrow, said conscription." That statement is calculated to encourage resistance to
(90 day) Bu. 2.75 Wholesale and Retail
The dawn of safe liberty for you the law. lie says further: Dealers inQR.QCERIES
and me;. "Yes. you can if you will, conscript the youths of our country and send
And, though serving at this shore them to a certain death but you will not do so by my vote until as contemplated -
Order at once from station, by the Constitution all'of.the plans have failed and conscription is<
My heart is with the op's upon the .lecessary for the preservation of my country: The President was urgingthe ,
'sea, necessity of this measure with all the earnestness of his soul but he was
JAS. L. DEAN We cooperate! for the salvation unable to convince Mr. Sears. t

n Of America and free.; the home of tho brave On pages 1423 and-1424 of the Congressional Record of Saturday, April ... . 0 . 0. 0 . 0 . . 000 00 0 0 0 .
ORLANDO FLORIDA 28. 1917. is contained the speech of Congressman Sears from'which the above .
extracts are taken. On page 1474 of the same Record his vote is recorded WE SELL 0
I J And when I hear' the,faintest'ei i; against this measure. : WE BUY .
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.
,. Although faint -'tis(good ,to hear; More than a year has passed since the passage of this most important HA ,., ,',, I. f' ;1-;,.'.\ ';
For, though the .?,night i be ,\dark and ill, and since Mr Sears delivered his violent attack against it, but even now TwGRAINS;,;,, ( ' 0 BIDES p .' \ ,, ''' 1
oufc MEATS' 'II ,\ \,,''',, v" dismalr, \?1'wt"y.! ,. .ie has not seen or refuses to admit the error of his way, in spite of the fact *'I'' ' ,.,; ;5 I,+,;,' '''1
ARC ,,, "' 'i',' ':, {.I There I are,signs i of!(America r there;; that there can be no doubt now of the wisdom of the plan or the efficacy of :r. .I': JM.-itf: ..t. l'f'. .(.;, .
!PTBUTCHERSADEPTT Though I be i' j. ".MFURS +ft'!
a single reservist { .
Wve In our greet: may forces of the its operation. In a letter addressed to Mrs. Corbett in Jacksonville Florida, FERTILIZERS : "" .. .
Of dark cca. under date of May 3, 1918, just a few weeks ago, Mr. Sears says in referring '. WOOL .
days the ,
a. clearest day, would .be to his speech against the "Selective Draft Bill": "I meant what I said SHINGLES 0 .
u When I battle for the free. at that time and I have had no cause to change my opinion." lie says he 0 AND .
may has actively supported the draft since it became law, as all law abiding ORANGE 'BOXES. .

[ am prone to hear the signals sound.Whether citizens) should do. If mailing out a speech containing the language quoted ,'4 ORANGE WRAPS.- ALL .
above and defiantly stating now that he meant what he said at that time, .

I bo on the land or sea, and that he has not changed his opinion, is what he calls "actively support. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES O COUNTRY
And hear the mighty, guns resound, ing" this law now I leave it for the people to say whether his attitude at .
ing. this time is helpful in the administration of the law. CRATE NAILS O o PRODUCE .
A BUTCHER WHO I'd like to QRX for the QST- The following is a copy of )Ir, Sears' letter to Mrs. Corbett: 0 0 .

,Oh, boy! before the Hun shall awaken Washington. May 3 ,1918. . . 04 . 00 0 . 040 .
KNOWS 004000
HIS BUSINESS To the strength of our fightingmen "Dear Mrs. Corbett : 0 . .

is In charge of this market. He "Your letter of the 1st instant just received. In reply thereto will state, We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
Their country will be shaken,. I am herein enclosing you a copy of my remarks on the selective draft."I .
Wi
purchases only the finest meats By their march into Berlin.J. meant what 1 said at that time and I have had no cause to changemy li"e'.pecial attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
and handles them in a manner .E. Hartley, U.S.N.R.F. opinion. I have actively supported the draft since it became a law as Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. '

that Insures! their freshness when Jupiter, Flit ill law abiding citizens should do. Certainly because a man happens to ben We are county,agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and rlcat
you welcome them to home. Congress he should not stultify himself. If the time should come when a on fertilizers. (U. S. Food Administration License No.
your Chamberlain's Tablets. man must do this" I shall certainly no longer represent my people. I do not G-22092)
Our unfailing courtesy and honest People everywhere speak well of believe they would have me do otherwise.
methods appeal to folks who believe Chamberlain's Tablets. If you are With best wishes, I am. '
in getting their money's troubled with indigestion or constipation Very truly yours,
worth of give them a trial. You are cer "(Signed) W. J. SEARS, M. C."
'quality goods. tain to be benefited by them.CORRESPONDENTS If a, majority of the members of Congress had turned their backs upon The Value of
the President and joined Mr. Sears in his opposition to this vitally importantwar a
WANTEDThe measure, the fate of this nation might now be trembling in the balance.
Gazette He says he followed the dictates of his conscience in taking this stand.
wants a correspondent This is defense of LaFollette and else who this Good
City Market In every community in Osceola county. the every one opposed meas NameThis
Send in the news, it will help the ure. I shajl not quarrel with a man who says he follows the prompting of
keep your rection bee ,- I. his conscience, but I do say that it is unfortunate that the people of this
paperhed will District, should be represented in Congress, at this critical time by a "con- story was told one of our travelers by one of his agents.

science" 'of this kind. "A farmer backed big
In a printed copy of another speech Congressman Sears is mailing out team up to my store one day last spring, and

at the expense of the government, he admits that he opposed the Naval Ap- acsked me to throw in five bags of Bowker' Fertilizer. As the
tte propriation Bill, a preparedness measure strongly urged by Administration, war
Crops just a few months before the declaration of War with Germany. The purpose shortage of potash was on, and .. I wanted him to understand what
of this bill to enlarge the but Mr. Sears' "conscience" would
was Navy, he was buying, I started to teU him that tie
not permit him to support this bill because he says it did not provide for the analysis was changed

kind of war ships that he thought ought to 'be built, and because the bill somewhat from the previous year,-that the percentage of potash
f Heavy yields of high class products are necessary should provide a time limit in which ,contract should be completed. Just He was
lowers etc. looked
to bring a big net profit to the The how Mr. Sears expects Oils country to win the fight we are now engaged in up at me sharply and said rather earnestly,
grower. without an efficient army and a first class navy, is more than I can under- "Ain't il Bowker'.?" "Oh "
banner record for such results has been held for stand. yes, I saidIt's Bowker's .? rigbt..

"S the .last quarter-century by l The endorsement of some of his colleagues in the lower House of Congress "Throw it in there, then," be said, and drove with it
can no doubt be easily obtained by him, but what the people of this away wholly satisfied. -
district ,would like to know is why the President has not endorsed him, especially ' .

Ideal Fertilizers In view of the fact that President Wilson a few days ago asked the Ties the Bowker reputation i.
I Democrats of Iowa to support Senator. Kenyon, a Republican Senator, on showing its value] in these trying
\ the ground that Senator Kenyon had loyally supported the administration, bmes. II
and all war measures, at a critical time of our national life.
Send for have
our Free Books on all commercial They been used since 1873 Let
In an attempt to muddy the waters and divert public attention from D' send you oar Farmers'
crops of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue. the real issues In this contest Mr. Sears charges: ) that I am not sincere In Almanac for 1918 ,

Special advice gladly given. my stand for prohibition of the liquor traffic, both during and after the war. . .
In a speech made by him in Miami and at several other points he said that I
t stayed out of Duval) County when the Copnty voted on the wet and dry KISSIMMEE WAREHOUSE
f question recently. The statement is absolutely untrue. I signed the petitionfor J. T. Borcklialter.
Walton & Toomer Fertilizer Co, /kHfn. the wet and dry election in luval County, and authorized the use of my Salesman
name by the Prohibition League. On the day of the erection I returned to
Ideal Fertilizer Ifl + + Jacksonville and I aided In the fight to make the,County dry by voting the dry Bowker '
IDCAI: ticket and used my automobile,, which had a prohibition banner on It, to Fertilizer Works
Jacksonville, Fla. runttraeiltasimosas haul voters to the polls. ,, I voted against the State Wide Prohibition Amend
ment in the Legislature in obedience: to the wishes of the majority of the .fc.UI.rr .f tar. A.erle.
Afile.ltanl
rAMM01r people of my county, but I openly supported the Prohibition Amendment in CORNELIUS Caeatieal C..7"
"; .';+ the election of 1910, just as I am supporting it now and just as I stated in CHIUSTlANCY, Florida Sales MaDaer. .
r the Legislature I would do If the proposition was submitted. Room 60d Heard Bid,.

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1- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE, FRIDAY MAY 31, 191>*. --- SEVEN



SERIOUS ERROR IN KISSIMMEE MEINSELF' UND GOTT NO NEW ' States I* at war with a,, foreign
i II ENFRANCHISE WOMAN NOW r >ower.nJ .

RUMINATIONS OF REX CLAIM OF KAISER BILL'S'The of IT the ORDAINED Clty'of !Klulmmeei8ec by the City Council )1
SAYS NEW YORK SENATOR
Klssimmee Cltlzeiu will\ do well. to I .'on 1. Any person guilty of
tEe Kaiser's pretension of the j speech er conduct disloyal to the United -
Profit by Following,: Our county Judge is one of the most portion of. Tennessee during the war partnership of ."Melnself-und Gott States of America while the add

Many fatal cases of kidney disease astute officials that the state cf Florida between the states. General Kirby seems to be no new claim, for in the "From BOW on every woman must be United German States la Government at war with or the any Imperial of-

have reached an incurable etaga' be- can boast We were strongly Smith, then In command of an army editorial section of the Medical Mir- directly affected by a vast majority of Its allies, or either of them be and he

cause the patient did not understand reminded of this in the preliminary corps, had ordered dinner preparedfor ror, published at St. Lo':s, Mo., in j the activities of Jo"ernment.t4 Is hereby declared to be a disturber
of
the symptoms. Even today in Kis trial of James Hall, accused of burning himself and-staff and on coming May, 1899, appears the following: I Senator Calder of New York speakingon the before public the peace Mayor, 'and, upon ha shall conviction b*-

the Drawdy store at St. Cloud. into the "The Yellow Journals have again the floor of the United State
simmee, there aro many residents room to inspect what had senate punished by a fine of not more than j

making the same ocrlons error. They Two of the most able counselors in been prepared, found a.: private soldier been trying to brin" trouble to n. on March 1Z "If we are convincedthat five hundred dollars, or Imprisonmentat
hard
labor for not than
attribute their mysterious aches and the state acting for the defense failed helping himself with all the au- lant defender of our country. gal-I democracy U sound In principle, If days, or both such fine more and imprisonment sixty; .

pains to overwork, or worry, perhaps, I to move Judore Murphy from what thority of a king. The general indignantly seems that the heroic captain of we are determined to protect and extend at the-dlscretion of the Court.

when all the time their rheumatic he ruled was the order to \>e carried informed the offender that Raleigh (of Dcwev's Manila Fleet), and perpetuate the system, must effect Section S. This ordinance shall take

pains, backrche nnd bladder irregul I. out.-and this comes in recognition he was General KJrbv Snltih! and in the house of his friends got mel we not concede to women the right and Section Immediately S. All ordinances: or passage.parts

arities are most probably due to weak of retaining in office one who has be that he, had ordered that dinner for low ,and pitched into the German naval must .we not ask: them to assume the of ordinances In conflict herewith_ are'
come familiar with the intricacies himself crew, that threatened trouble to hereby repealed
and staff. 'The
and ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if man's reply obligation *f assisting to direct. the Head a, first and second time by
your ,kidneys are out of order, profit connected therewith. We are aware was, oh, that's all right, general, let Uncle Sam recently at Manila, but course of the state and nation unanimous consent and unanimously
this Kiasimmee resident's experi- fluttering politics; demand changesand them come on, this war has taughtme who were most beautifully squelchedby assed In open session this Tts. day of
by the cry of give 'all who have a not to be particular who sits nextto Admiral Dewey. There are those who claim that this May. A. D. 111,
ence. "In the sma' hours of the it no Urn to consider the Question of F. H. X.AWSON.President. .
Cosner retired farmer 609 supposed qualification for a particular me at the table.' wee morn of Council.
M. "I feel office an ''opportunity resounds Mr. Fox is certainly the champion "In the wee sma' hours of the morning woman suffrage, but the question of Attest J. R. OILHKKT
Mabbette St., says justified at this of the Union nffrage at this time Is not only the ( .
recommendation fo.r'Doan'a from one end of the political arena to gardener on Mnjbbette street. The banquet > SApproved htdaylof
this t
'in giving Kidney my Pills for I know they the other; but it appears to hex that corn and pumpkin vines growing to- League Club long: after the cigars had right of women but It ls also a-ques 191" Mar, A. D

represented.. I used them the motto should be: when .you havea gether may be old-fashioned but it been passed around members of the tins of wartime efficiency for a country 4 JOHN S. CADBU *

for are just kidney as complaint and backacheand ,thoroughly competent ofHUtal In certainly substantial and looks likea club called upon Captain Coughlanto struggling In the throe of this 11-51 Ma.)\or of' the of City . .
charge of position don't war-time recite the "Hoch der Kaiser," a satirical world '
have been greatly benefited by any move production.. Ills corn consists great war. NOTICE OK KLlCt..ON
I am, glad of the him on ah uncertainty. This is the of good strong, healthy looking' gong which was popular all "Men and woman today ar. ready, as - '

1' "them.give this. endorsement.opportunity(State rule adopted by the shrewdest: financiers stalks and the large'pumpkin leaves through the' American fleet after the 'they have never been ready before In In pursuance ;of the provisions oIthe
to the trouble with the German Admiral. Act of June Itll regulating primary -
world
over. Railroad cor. and blossoms'give fine ,
promise. a themselves their life's
22 1911. history, to give ,
ment given: February ) "elections, notice Is h..r..byrlv..n
On March 26, 1918, Mr. Cosner porattons, Business men of almost every crop"of both. 11has apparently 'Old Joe" (Capt Couglhlan) I blood the things they bold nearest and that a Primary Election will be held In
description are satisfied to let spared neither labor nor inaving'the complied with the request, and his I each Election Precinct In Oaceola.
firm in beliefof expense ideal-eat for ,, wblcb"Sa '
said: "I am just as my a cau greater
recitation evoked Bounty on the first Tuesday after the
wel alone much merriment"IIOCIt
lenougn and the that
proof farming of his land
Doan's Kidney Pills now as whenI part ;than personal gain, a cause which first Monday In June, A. b. Itll at
endorsed them before. They gave their mode of operations is success', put in good condition and has a fine DER KAISER.Der means freedom to the world. which time 'In the several precincts,
relief at that time and ful is witnessed by. the wonderful assortment of other, vegetables which the electors qualified may vote thereto
me absolute "There are those who say that women for their choice of candidates for the
growth of their several enterprises. will if we are rightly informed bea Kaiser
I continue to recommend them. von daa Faterland do not want to vote ; that when offices respectively mentioned aa follows -
Price 60c. at all dealers Don't Mr. Nelson. Kissimmee's most successful nice little bit toward ending the Und Gott und I all dings command; :
real estate man, is on occasional war, and we know from. experiencethat We two ach don't you'understand' ?' they have the vote they do not use 1C For Representative In 'Congress-4th
ask fr a kidney remedy-get ;
simply visitor. One of the most per every little helps. The fact that women, do want the I Congressional District-One.
M'einllelf"-und
Gott.
Pills-the that
Doan's Kidney sane fect vote proved by the signature of For Justices of the SupremeCourt-
was
Cosner .had. Foster Milburp gentlemen that the city, countyor A letter recently received from one Two.
Mr. -
Buffr-lo N. Y.: state can produce, he is always of our Kissimmee soldiers indicates Vile some men sing der b wer civine the 1,020,210 women,now In the possession For Railroad\ Comml..loner-Two.
'
: Co.,. Mfgrs., welcomed with hearty good will by that oat meal spuds and hominy are My soldiers. sing "Die Watch am of the New York State Woman For Attorney O..ner&1n..
For Member
those with'whom he comes in contact freely given with army rations. The ,Rhine," Suffrage Party State House Represents.tlvesOne *

It is no longer, "Are you doing and as a business man .he has letter does not mention the other rations Und drink der health in Rhenish wino "That women who have Jhe :vote For Tax Commissioner, Unexplred

your bit?" The present emergency few equals and none who are superior but as no serious complaint III.. Of me-und GottDhare'a use It Is evinced by the fact that In for Term-ooe. .

demands that everyone do his best. His success is based on these given and a South Carolina encampment I no suffrage state has suffrage ever Supervisor Htate; Auditor n..gl.tr.UolI-on.-One.Kor

two important elements. the place where the letter was I France she- svaggors lal been regretted or revoked: after It once for County Hurveyor...One.
Our farmers continue their received from : around; For County Commissioner District No.
city mayhap something .
Lee Jarrell
W. B. Crawford She's was given to women ; that In every suffrage 1-One.
she's aggound
good work with a will. The Irish better lies behind. I ausgespielt, no ;
state labor legislation has advanced For County Commissioner District No.
& JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW -
CRAWFORD
To mush dinks she don'd 'idMeinself
potato crop having been disposed of, Our farmers are rushing the sweet we amon with a steady and Z-One. ,
the:selling out of sweet potato slip potato crop with the same avidity -und Gott. parallel For County Commissioner District No.

Offices: 4 6 6, and 7' Citizen.Bank comes next in order and nearly] all of that they did the Irish which will bea She vill not dare to fight again, growth. For J-County One. Commissioner, District No.

them are mqre or less engaged in second godsend to the poor peoplein if 4-One.
Building But she should I'll show her blain
this work. Corn in several of Those of For County Commissioner District No.
Darta, our city. the Irish variety ; LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .
Dat Elsass und
in French Lorraine
aUssimmee Florida ( ) 8One.For .
the city is in'as fine condition reduced in
a as are so price that about ,- Member of ,School Board, District
can be found anywhere, and we are every poor family in the' city has a Are mein by ott.De'e's No I-One. .
DR. W. W. CARSON satisfied that not less than a thous- pan full. -;, MANTRK'N MALEUnder For Member of School Board District

I ,L DENTIST. and buUHetS will be raised within the The Democratic Rooster still shouts Grandma dinks she nicht a decree of Dale entered In. For No.Member t-One.of School Board District
of Oaceola County
the Circuit Court
Incorporation: i for Old Glory and our soldier boys in schmall bier, Florida In a chancery cause between No. S-One.
Office over Pilley Building The work of the Red Cross in this France. His latest edition is that 'Mit Boers and such she interfere:' William (}. I'eckham complainant nnd For County Committeeman, District

OfTIc, Hour.: t-it. 1_I'Phone county cannot be properly appreciated the old kaiser must either quit fightiff She'll learn none owns die hemisphere Seminole Land & Investment Company, For No. 1-One.
..<.. lit Residence 'Phase II I IGa. i et al. defendant. J will I expose l<> Male County Committeeman, District
whose
a or he has
nor can correspondent ere eating issued
Adoalnlatarod for Extraction ef as by ruhllc auction at the Court Hniiae No. S-One. .
T..tb space is limited convey to the mindsof his decree which is to extend into the But me-und Gott. i door In Klaalmmea, Florida' on Mon- For County Committeeman, District
our readers anything like the ex- heart of the German empire that da,'. July 1. 118. between the l,,*cal No. -One. _
tent of this vast institution. the German hens She ,dinks good frau ships hniir of .Bale Lots I. J, 1 and 4 of For County Committeeman,. District
On are to lay no more eggson some Block ill of the Town of Mt. Cloud. No. 4-On*.
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Swiss frontier they have establisheda or after the first day of Juno un- She got, according to the. plat of Bald Town, For County Committeeman District

clearing1 house and it penetrates less the old rascal or rascals ..t the Und soldiers mit der scarlet goat, died In the Clerk's office of Oaoeola For No. 6-One. '

\\1 the iron ring that guards the kaiser'sempire head of German affairs make. some Achl! we could knock 'emrooflike County recorded.aforemitd In Plat August Book "U"51. 1809 pages and 43 No. County S-One. Committeemen' District ,_

Waring Building.Pal with its streams of supplies terms .of. pea e. I dotMemself and 14.T..rm.. For County Committeeman, District
to the prison camps. Pork and beans News from different parts of the und Gott. cash. tSOO.00 deposit required No. T-One,
of .al .. For County
at tttne Committeeman District
*
from purchaser
is a staple of the diet which it fur- county seems \a indicate that a fine' LEWIS O'URT AN.Specl.1 No. S-One. .
Johnston O. P. Garr." nishes the be In dimes of peace brebare for vars, For
prisoners in German crop may expected this year. Our Master In Chancery County Committeeman, District
JOHNSTON A GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW hands. The reverse ride' is that the farmers are in good heart and we I bear der helm und sphere of Mars, I..y. A Warlow.Complainant's For Np, -One. ,
Undcare not for den dousand Czars County Commltteeman District
American Red Cross sim- believe that from solicitorsJ34t
performs a news the world . ... No. 10one.In.p..ctor. .
ilar service for the German prisonersin over things are not so bad as they : Memself und Gott. NOTICE OK BUKHIKK'S GALE and Clerks are hereby

Offlc. 10, 11 and 12 ,CitUena Baal! our hands and in recognition''' of look. We feel satisfied that the Huns In fact Ihumor f'ry.vhim .appointed Election to serve at said Primary,

Building I this service the Huns are compelledto are making their last desperate I Notice I" hereby given that under trlcta for follows the various Election DIs.
Mit aspect dark und visage grim- writ of aa :
and by virtue of that certain
Klaalmine. Fla. recognize them and letters passed plunge and that the combined allied Gott pulls mit me-und I mit him- execution bearing date the 28th day of Precinct NO.1, Klsslmmee: H. W.

J back ,and forth through this agency forces are prepared to meet it under I Memself und Gott. April 1918 and Issuing out of and Folce Inspectors, M. .D.nleLa'.f.fh: ; : J. M.. Gardner,

and our prisoners receive much bet- the most skillful commander in the under the aeal of the Circuit Court whicha of Precinct No. 1, Shingle Creek. Clerk.O. C.
Florida,
ter treatment than those of other world. Oiceola County upon Bronson, J. H.
I KISSIMMEE WIDOW judgment was recovered In said BaulknlKht. W, U. Moaey. -
nations, and our soldiers in German Those! who have not read the lion. Court, by MacDonald Grocery Company CI..rk.Precinct* Inspectors. and C. A. Garrett
FOR JOY
prisons are allowed to utilize the sup- Joe's speech on the first-class post-' CRIES .a, corporation' as plaintiff No. .. Campbell: 3. H. La-.
C. W. Dunn, 11. M. Pfann and
SFIIRIIIERSELLS >lies sent them. War presents many have'g against... y .defendants. I, I* H. nler. Jr., W. W. Clark C. 8. Acw..... Inspectors -
strange combinations. In- the armya as one of Oaceola County, and Aleo Bronson, Clerk.
eggs I> was so Precinct No. 4, St. Cloud: L. W. Farris -
and will
man's financial standing has in- commonsertse talks Florida halevied upon
no as were ever
C. P. Coyla Harry floss
weak I could wAlk. the Inspec
hardly across CourtHouse
offer for sal and Bell at the
luence. The mt.n's heard in sentence tore, and C. G.
poor son may congress. Every Outlaw Clerk.
of said Usceola County FlorIda
I would have been in
be' commanding officer and the rich the room my grave Precinct No. t. Deer Park Young
a or protectionof' In the City of Kissimmee. during
if I (hadn't taken Mayr's Wonderful ; Tlndall. Mike Simmons J.
today W.
man's under him or his /home constituents and his the legal hours of sale. on Monday the Tracy
.. son a private replies Inspectors, and W. H. Kem fer, Clerk.
Remedy when did. When I
I
shoulder to shoulder with one who at to Mr. McKenzie's criticismclosed first day of July 1V18 the following Precinct No. 6, Kenansvllle: George

Fire Life,' Accident and home he would not recognize. This that honorable up like a turtle. think.how I have suffered with my described three propertytLot ((8) of Block\ N'of W. A.Patrick's Baladen F. F. Fertlc Lea Bass, Inspectors .
stomach and how I feel Icry and J. H. '
good now Raladen, Clerk.
when the Confederate know how to but addition to Kissimmee City, ,
was exemplified Hardly stop, suppose Precinct No.7. Kiasimmee H. N.
for joy. It IJ: a simple: harmless: :
"Health Plate Glass. Lia- !;' army;, was marching )through i a,t( space.,demands a.halt. Florida,', according to 'slrecordedlplalthereof. Bratton. A. D. T. Uurekhalter,
; ,
;], : I ,, >0', __ _ _,_ ':'_ .. . ". reparation that; removes the: catarr- .' recorded Circuit InthetofficeeofatheClerk Osceola Inspectors,, ;dsn..tf..lk .. Cleric.
-- - --- ---- ------- - - of the Court of
bal mucus from the intestii.al trait Precinct No.8. Narcoqssee: R. L.
bility and Boiler Insurance. "I and allays the inflammation whidh county Florida the said property being Evan., J. H. Tlndall. C. B. Buckley
levied the of the
LEMON JUICE ISFRECKLE KISSIMMEE AMAZED BY upon as property Inspectors and a J. Bntrlken, Clerk. '
causes practically all stomach, liver aald C. W, Uann.. Precinct No. 1, Lokosee: F. W.

Legal Bonds Executed REMOVERGirls BY SUDDEN ACTION I and intestinal ailments, including apendicitis. Sheriff Oaceola U H. INORAM.2G5t County. Florida.AN Owens, J., B. Owens, C. H. Padgett In-
> One dose will COl.vince or spectoral and F. M. Rdrla, Clerk.

Same Day Needed. Make this cheap beauty lotionto The quick action of pure Lavoptic' money refunded. J. Z. Roberson, drug- ORDINANCE Precinct. Campbell No., K 10,B.Mulberry Havens Sink Richard J.

clear and whiten your skin. eye wash is startling. A school boy gist. An Ordinance Requiring the Installation . Clausing, Inspectors, and B. O. Han-,
had eye strain so badly he could not .. of Sanitary Privies In thoseRcrttons cork I'"nkd:
read. A week's of VOTE FOR S. W. PORTER FOR Done ordered this 10th day oMay
use Lavoptic sur- of the City of KissimmeeLying
the of two lemons A. D. 3918, at Kissimmee Florida
juice
OFFICE: State Balk BuildingJ. into Squeeze bottle containing three ouncesof prised his teacher so much: she usedit REPRESENTATIVE. (Advt.) MS, Outside heretofore of the Denned ftewrerage and limits Prescribing .- ERNEST MACH,
for her old mother. ONE WASH Chairman Hoard of County
orchard white, shake well, and :you J JI the e .. imI :lIa'eon.truct..d. Commissioners.
freckle showed benefit. A small bottle is CLEAN YOUR YARDS, Specifications. whereof be Attest J.
have a quarter'pint of the best : L. OVER8TRKET
I and tan lotion, and complexion beati- guaranteed to benefit EVERY CASE hereby notify every property DR IT ORDAINED: BY THE COUNCILOF Clerk.

W. THOMPSON fie r at very, very smal cost. weak, strained or inflamed eyes. The owner in the city to clean the grass THE CITY O.F KIS.SIMMKK; NOT1CH OK ADMINISTRATOR

]lour grocer has the lemons and QUICK result is astonishing. Alumi- weeds and other rubbish off their Section I. That the owners of all (For natal DI_ ..**)

any' drug store or toilet counter will num eYe cup .FREE. Central Drug property. The work must bj begunby owners property or occupied tenants either be required by the within said la C.... .f C:....r J..... State .f

Funeral DirectorAND supply three ounces of orchard white Store. Thursday of next week, June 6th. Thirty days after the passage of, this re IC.KUrlda..... .f Oseeula Wllllaaa t.y.I. :WeeherlyiNotice .

for a few cents. Massage this sweetly GEO. W. OVERSTREET, Ordinance, to construct or to have i la hereby given to all whom
'intracted In construct, sanitary- privies
fragrant lotion into the face, neck, The QukUM That DOM Not Affect till.Hud. City Marshal. upon all of such said property In It may concern that on the 10th day
of September, A. D. 1 18. I ahall
arms and hands each day and see how BMSUM of It. tonic and laxative effect, LAXA.TIV8 the City of Klsalmmee as. Is not connected to the Honorable T. M. Murphy.' Judgeof apply
freckles and blemishes disappear and BKOMOOU1NINB la better than ord.arrQuinine ,with the sewers under the present maid Court aa Judge of Probate for
how white the skin be and doe not cause, nervooanna nornnciDv ordinances, same to constructed my'final discharge as Admlnlstratar of
LICENSED EMBALMER I clear, soft and in head. Rememberth.lull name and conformity with the plahs and specifications -
comes. Yes I It if i harmless. look for the si-Batare ol $. w, O&OVB. lOco approved by the State the estate and of that William the Weckerly. deceased -
I:
; at same lime
Health and how file In the
Hoard of on
will present to- said Court final
my accounts -
office of the City Clerk of Kiasimmee,
Store and Chapel, Stewart Ava. designated as "Detail Plan of ".* 11. as Administrator of said estate,
and ask for their' approval.
Klsalmmee. Frs.44t3NeM1 H. Privy. Dated Und April. A. l>. 1915
I Sec. 2. Any owner of property notcomplylnR'
II with the above require- A. E. DROUGHT
I '-lam
mo. Administrator.
__
menta before renting or offering propel -
01aN 0 / be subject to fine NOTICR OV ADMINISTRATOR'. !!\
4k
; Important Legislatio in the or Imprisonment; or both such fine and Far Fled laeharae)
M. TILLER ; Imprisonment as hereinafter Indicated. 1st Court .t Commtr J.*... State *C
United State. Affecting ,. Hec. S. Any person or persons vloIntlng Florida, Oa..e.lai C*.nty*
II J .any of the provisions of the .. re .:....t.. of Feed Dealt
Real Estate Agency.NNNNa..NN.aY. Women andduWren I above ordinance, shall upon conviction Notice la hereby given, to all whomIt
/ e subject to a fine of not more than may concern, that on fie 4>*tu day.
\ Twenty-five Dollars', or ImproiOnment of September, A. D. 1918, I hell
o for not more than thirty days, or both the Juige
to Honorable T. M Murphy,
Realty bought and sold. rOR ROY F01JUaT10 such line and Imprisonment In the discretion of said Court .. Judge of Probate! for
Homes rented. ..t'tt1hi M [ of the Mayor. my final discharge as' Adrrlilatratorof '
.uasin01 All ordinance or parts of ordinances the estate of Fred Deal <2*.-eas.d;
Taxes paid and Titles verified WAR WORK OF NATIONAL AMIR- In conflict herewith be and the same and that at the lame. time I will present
I orna Vio IOAN WOMAN SUFFRAGE are hereby repealed to said Court my final accounts
for non-retidenU. ; first and second time byunanimous
,' Stead a a* Administrator of said csuiia, and
o : ASSOCIATION. consent and posed In open ask for their approvaL
In-
arid Accident
Life -
Fire. tiL S, M Q session this 22nd day of May, A. l>. Dated .April 22nd A. D. 1918.
191UOU
surance. The NatIonal' American Woman Suf- ( ;.\L) F. itt IAA,ysoN, fam6mo. A. E. DROUGHT Administrator.

Indemnity Bondi.j lop WHITIspace. frege Association, of which Dr. Shaw Attest: President of Council.. NOTICE OF EXECUTOR

la honorary president and Mrs. .Carrie J. R: GILBERT. Clerk t <..... Flaml Discharge)
.......................... INDICATa Approved this 23id day of May, A. nIHKAL -
Chapman Oatt 1s president, began Its 19IH.
,
\ ) JOHN S. CAPHI I. Court. ef Commtr '.r..... Oaeealai
GOOD LEGISLATION work for the war by an offer of service 23 Mayor. (....tT. State of Florida.
.......ooo ...oo......... to the government In February,

MACK SPACtS TOOa' OK NO UCISIAT10MStatM 1017. For the past year the association NOTII'E: OF Arrl.U'ATIOM FOK TAX Is re Estate of I.Uale M.I.,..
DIEI) Notice Is hereby given to all whom
has had vigorous campaigns of It may concern that on the Slst day

j c. W. GRIFFINStaple "' war service all over the country. Notice Is hereby given that A T}. of July A. D. 1 1R, I shall apply to the
'- .eJ Drought, purchaser of Tax Certificates honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said
OB Wt an Ml tut.**. __ TUr ddecithxu voted The women of the suffrage association -
dated the 6th day of court, aa Judge of Probate
N'oo 640 and 667. for m1'nn.
Mildly far UM' F.ienl Susraaa AmaadmiM- la. UM Hour aalOta. r i't have helped to take the military July A. I). 1914 has filed said certificates ..' discharge aa Executor of the

and Fancy t Jta'ae' candle In my attlce. and has made application estate of LUsle Moaeley, deceased; and
op risk.! .!. aari-M i.p -- TUi dd.ptbr for tax deed to Issue In accordance that at the same time I will presentmy
of dollars
millions
1 aluW. wttd K>txily ..< tktw to rd.rI r Pee oJy aM WJaaaaJyVo7 I They have raised with law. Bald certificates final accounts as Executor of saidestatd
qtr .la IM favor.' Mr. Oawrits d n-w.. srM..Mad .1. tIae of the Liberty loan. embrace the following described prop- and ask for their approval
GROCERIES J, F4Mw <>at FJoride M r pad...(...-aad They have worked for the Red erty situated In Osceola County Florida Dated January 11th. A. D. ItlS.EddLESTON ,

; ildrrry*.... ..."..... UcsalFlgcidUStatM I Cross.Tney. Lot, to-wlt 11 In: Block 1ST and Lot i In '-10.11I WILBOURN.Executory

did nation wide work In Block of St. Cloud. '
"I 1 ......... a'dlw t c-' lid 9 d.r.b.r.bre.derr a The said land being aiseased at the NOT.CID OK HXBCVrOIlIKar .(
: : Free Delivery to all Parta 11' .-......-- f food prod on and food conservation data of the Issuance of said certificate Vlswl K>la.fcarae) .

of the City ..1 _i at 4.EISM, r tau ... *.. klOaydklH ' m 11.91T and Will do ft bigger ODe laTh In the names of W. H. Sexton and O. Cart .f C.nty Jade. Oatsala-
71 W. Hoffman. Unless said certificatesshalt Gusty, state .( Flertdavla '
tie. .1. | 'qlty 10 1& be redeemed according to law. e'tt
I IaW r have now co-operated with tax deed.will Issue thereon on the 17thday r* Estate .f J;mm W. ...t..
I OM trtu-HN la* S Mp* W -- It of June A. IX 1911. Notice Is hereby given, t. all whemit
f -., ...*.. ...N r .... i.aa> T\ /I OCMT
.. For Indigestion, Constipation or "'T ---- .. ..ri rd a A.. d sees .l -. army of women to work on farms. (Seat) Clerk Circuit Court' Aurnst A. D. Itll. I shall apply to
... -- -.r the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge efaatd
extensir Osceola County, Florida y
They are on an
Bplouaoas .-x.: tfI .M a1s.l..r' r --. a carrying By 8. H. BULLOCK. D. C. Sl-M Court, aa Judge ef Probate, for
Just try one g0 cent bottle of LAX-FOS tl MJ.,;heir. bs M r..laelr ...-. work In Americanization of the an... my final discharg., a. Executor ef the
Liquid I ,Pf"P They have a committee on guard for AN OHPI.IAHCIfl' estate .f John W. Smith, decaaaadt f
WITH ntPSIN A Digestive I and that at the same time 1 will pie-

Ilaxative pleasant to take. Made andreooseaded .I i *Mliiif 4 rUdv 1IIIaeIo"YJows."I'. -.,..., ..,.y. equal ,, pay and tor the protection of> AN ORDIN'ANCm-'ib. purpose ol r r sent my final accounts aa J &.outor of ,
to the publicly Paris Medicine t wa b ** Nil aafMa awe km aWt aaalH. Vteldll'"r' women In Industry. i t ; order In the City ol f said estate, and ask for their a.f.1'O'I'&I.'
by prohibiting' speech Dated January II, A. D.
Cou mannfacturerf'of Laxative Broroo II They;, nave pledged support: to ttM.TOT gflntaJnln. disloyal to the United THOBSTON' 8. PMi'rrf2Iamim 1

gamin and Grove's tasteless chill Tonic. ) l _. I __ __ ._ -. : for.the clilttra oi the battoa j'i '1 while the United __'_ \ 1 .cnau6 J,,

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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY ,MAY 31, 1918. .
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10'0000000000.0'0.0' OtO'O'UHOO' UOtUOUOOUOOOUO 0+0" I allies, added a martial note to the lished In our daily and other periodIc power to your electric light!;', plant, McAllister' and Corporal Trudell, who
decoration. 1 ls, should be given a distinoe, per- and deliver same on ground at the are experts at this. We only wish
The G. A, R. Post and the circle manent place of special prominence plant at $2.30 per cord; we to keep the. people of Kissy could have been
t Society Notes $ marched in a processional from their easily found marked with a headingof an ample supply of fuel I for'the electric with us. However there were a few
$ : halls in, the Casino building to the draped flags or some other insignia light plant for its use? at all from there. Our guests were CoU
\ church, the post commander and col expressive of our appreciation times. We will purchased' electric Vaiden, commanding officer of the
,or-bearer leading. The three lead- for their deeds of valor.." nower from the city at a price of 6c 124 Inf., Major Blanding command
It' (!\In. E. E. Wells, Editor.) I i. ,ing officers of' the circle headed that The suggestion is a good one: but per k.w. hour; we to establish a meter ing officer of, the first bata1ll0n, Cap.
.. section followed by the members the ladies of this committee must remember and pay the City cash the first of tain Jarrelh Lieut. McCaughen and

is made all of the Valley Gazette to send items marching in twos. About fifty in all that in the strenuousness of each month for the amount of current Lieut. II.. H.. Clark, formerly top
.. T Request to patrons with ''used in previous month. sergeant of Co. B and was
assembled at the church and followed getting; out a daily: paper everything discharg
i t. *f Society Events Jo the Editor for publication in these eolums.h : the ushers to.the seats reservedfor done to hold it down to where We will contract with the city on ed when we left the Mexican border.
them. the expense will be justifiable it Above basis for a period of five years And we were, delighted to have Lieut..
, .:. II. Coleman or and long thereafter as the plant Clark with us and hope h j
', ,, .... Rev .W. conducted the would be showing no discourtesy, as 'will
..
.
', .. OO o. *<'* o{ ,.:.e.---: -:< : .'.H'.) service and preached the memorial lack of interest if the list were not shall be in operation' Kiscimmce, chance to visit us again. Our visitors -
+ -. lIel'mon.The entire ceremony was surrounded with a drapery of some which we think would be an additional and guests were Ben and Zeke
I l HART MEMORIAL; OPEN ON 1 I 1 BABY WriLrARE WEEK: wonderfully fitting to-'the time. The kind. I Ave years, at least.In Pherigo, Mrs. G. W. McGowan, Mrs.
1 TUES. AND FBI. P.t.] I OIISKRVKD I II beautiful tribute to the living as well We. agree that' the list should be'found consideration of the above ..Dr p. Fortenberry Mrs. Carlton, Mrs.
! + -1,1 I +-_, _4. as the dead the blending of the stir- each day: in tho same, or nearly osition on our part, the city of Kis- Burk Mr. and Mrs... Rowland. Mr
I. The Hart Memorl t' building and library ., j| Baby, Welfare Week is being vb. ing national anthem with the solemn the Mini local'or., and that it should I simmee or its citizens are to financea Strocker and daughters Misses Talu-
p t'' will be open during the summer, served J by the women of Kissimmea notes on familiar hymns will long be he permanently displayed; and for sum not exceeding $25,000.00 to be lah, Frances and Sarah, and some
only on Tuesday and Friday after, under the auspices of the Women's remembered by those who were pres- that reason the Tribune has always expended in building a railroad from others we failed to meet. Also from
i noons. It Is rcgretud by the managing Committee of the Council of National ent. treated it as news of the first value the Atlantic Coast Line to the timber receiving headquarters, block 5,- came
i, 'committee that they wuinol t; Defense, and a >fathering of earnest r:_. and given it all prominence.' -Tampa purchased! by us, they' to retain a Sergt. Rcggan, Sergt, Shelter, and
keep tho house open every day ns his women have assembled at the ]Hart ASKED TO SEND PICTURES Tribune.. lien on said n.aterial and to apply Acting Mess Sergt. Chas. Adler;'
half.. the' amount to us for fuel furnished they are stationed over'there to
been done the lust veer and a 'Memorial building this afternoon to arrange
This bas been p issiblc only because consider what is now 'considered a FROM KISSIMMEE GIRL SCOUTS RAISE $15Of' each month until the entire amountso for and receive the select men.

the city council made a monthly uppropriation war emergency, tie' conservation 'of' --- PLEDGE TO RED CROSS financed is paid; we agreeing toDay Each ,company has' a detatchment of
The woman's committee of the
for the purpose. The cssistance the young life of the nation.. to the parties financing the railroad men over there. Co. B. has Sergt.1
il of the council is deeply appreciated Mrs. J. Earle'' Lupfcr, president of I Council of National Defense has been any balance due them within Josh Barber, Sergt. Graves, Sergt..
1 and it is earnestly hoped the Mothers'-Teachers' club has arranged requested to( tumuli pictures of any While Kissimmee{ has been justly three years' from the date. of said Reggpn, Sergt. Shelfer. Corp. Ernest
that the full value of the usefulness the activities of tho week event of important furthering thewar proud of her patriotic achievementssince advance. Oliver and Acting Mess Sergt.Chas.
of the house may again bo made which included the Informal meeting activities, in their cection. Kis- this country has .been plungedinto :This proposition to be acted on not Adler; also Sergt; Edd Roberts of the
available to the public in the fall ,-by Tuesday when a symposium tf the Mrnince has not beau lacking .in her war the,youngsters here are setting later than June 6, 1918 end Mr. PaulC. Q. M. C., and >Sergt Randall Thomas
A renewal of the appropriation which most informal nature was held each response to any rail and the depar- a pace along this line that may Clifford to be advised in, writingof from the officers' training .school
for tho present it has had to with one present contributed to the discus- ture cf her own Company B and thewomen's be difficult to keep? up ,with the decision.It. was 'on hand. ,
sion following a well thought out patriotic demonstration ; A group of Kissimmee lassies have .. is the understanding that the Our purpose for the feast was thatwe
hold.This building has become valuableto read by Mrs. Lupfer. might be mentioned as al*beginning been organized into Girl Scout troops erection of the plant at KissimmeeIs are 'nearing the second year in
the residents and visitors who will paper ffhis afternoon Dr. W; L. Whm to this pictorial' history of the war. with Mrs. Milton 1>led er. as .their to be started as soon as material service; some of the boys are transferred .
miss hospitably; open doors., There will address the meeting on the subject Anything that pertains to the war is captain. Before the literature or the can.be secured for the purpose and to other places, and we enjoy
I
two to three hundred wanted, activities of war relief societies instructions for their work had fairly ed this while
r have been from of child welfare and patriotic completed as rapidly as possible. we were ,all together.
persons a month visiting and makinguse singing' will add to the Intense I particularly the Red Cross, the arrived the girls' pledged themselves Affectionately, Mr Westfall and daughter, Miss
program.
of tho house. Mrny a tired shopper interest is taken in this cause I food administration, the arrest of to subscribe $5 per month fora Signed) R. J. CLIFFORD, Alpha' were welcome visitors last
from out of town has spent the which reaches every home. ; rnemy aliens and suspects, the. destruction period of four months to the Red Representing Clifford LumberCo.. Sunday; also Bert Wells' and 'Frank
train ; of property when attributed Cross. On Saturday afternoon they .
hours of waiting for her very x Bryan. We are always glad to see
comportably and pleasantly in these + to enemy activities, sales campaigns sold home-made candy, punch .rand NEWS' visitors especially when they are-.-
convenient and attractive rooms 1 "KAN-YUK-SA". SMLEAGECLUB ( T I II ; for government bonds and oatmeal wafers from a stand on the INTERESTING FROM from Kissimmee for we often thinkof
where there l is always n variety of +I I war stamps; visits of foreign officials vacant lot adjoining the Lesley building COMPANY B. CAMP WHEELER dear old Kissy and long to be there
current magazines for the ute of the: = .+ iliillirg of home guards; localcommisMons and cleared $15, three-fourths of again. Some of the boys will leave

public 1 Little Miss\ Carroll Makinsou provo boards and committees the full amount. 'The girls; will repeat Camp Wheeler, Ga., Sunday. Monday on a five day furlough and
Miss Lena Lord has been for many I ed herself a patriotic little lady Wednesday engaged' in public service in connection their efforts this afternoon when Co B. 124th Infantry. so no doubt Kissimmee will catch
months the t pcnial librari.-n-hpstcss. I afternoon, when i she entertained with the war in short, every- they will likely "go over the top" Sunday was a rather big day with some of them. We learned that
It will be a matter of re.vret a mom* about twenty little girls her thing that will show what is being with their full subscription and havea Co. B. A big 'dinner was the main Corp. Geech Henry was a visitor
,the many frequenters of the Hart at the home of her parents, Mr. age and lone i III the town or, community i generous aunt left over for other feature of the day and was enjoyedby there; also Corp. Duke, and chancesare
Memorial to know thAt Miss Lord has Mrs. W. B. Makinson, on Lake street. These )photographs should be accompanied I purposes. j all present. .\Mess Sergeant Tur- that we may come down sometime
resigned her duties there to take up The event was styled a Smilcage by a brief descriptive caption I This work of the o-irls is the more ner 'declares that fixing good dinneris

other' Work. party and each Miss Maude Alice Wagner will on buying books for Company Bat should IK sent", to II. S. Howard, executive I' they are only from 10 to 11 one of the few who has full controlof B.

Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 until Camp Wheeler. The sum of $2.20 fcerrrtary. State Council oC' years old. it. lie was assisted by Carlton By L.CTR.:
5 p. m. be in charge; of the house and was collected and two books will be Defense, Gainesville, Fla. The pictures So great is the-enthusiasm in the
the library. Miss Wagner ia.a: charm sent to the camp 1 v the boys who are will be 'used to represent the I organization that one patrol is complete -
state in the pictorial history of the another nearlv These
ing young woman and the managers! home furlough.The and so.
now on
consider themselves fortunate in securing hours from 4 to 6 war which is being compiled by the scouts have been admitted in the
her services. I were spentin War Plans Division of the General Tenderfoot degree. There are two
on the lawn and at '
The members are asked to make merry games Staff other degrees but admittance can be
I the close refreshments of oatmeal When You Think of
exchange of the days men cookies and punch were ,erved.So gained only through examination in
i tloned.' The building is for rent as delighted t, ere the girls with MISS BESSIE MOSELEY certain lines of sewing, cooking I
y (heretofore. Apply to Miss- Aultman I their and its that walking certain distances, swimming,
party they
purpose I BECOMES SOLDIER'S BRIDEA knots
SOT terms, formed A club to be known as the"Kanyuksa" tying etc. Groceries
The Red Cross box which sits con- Florida The girls have a room in the Lesley .
( veniently on the table in the Hart ( ) Smilenge wedding round which centers an building for their club room and
Club and expect to continue their -
element of romance was solemnized
i Memorial was opened on May 20th meet once a week.
work for our Company B boys.SUNDAY' THINK OF
turned to Saturday right out 8 o'clock\: when
and the contents $1.47, over
s, Miss Bessie F. Moseley became the ,
Mrs. Katz treasurer of the local Red
wife of C. W. Blount. Mr. Blountwas NO BAND CONCERT SUNDAYThe
la Cross.(Contributed.) I SCHOOL CLASSENTERTAINED 1 1I 1I FLOYD'SOur
a former resident of Kissimmee
I Kissimmee Concert Band will
*- + y I and was associated with J. C. Led- I give the regular Friday night concert
I AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB better in the lumber business a few each week and the Sunday afternoon
I I
L 1 ENTERTAINED .1 1 Miss Dorothy Wells entertained the years ago. Recently he returned concerts on alternating Sundavs,
members of Mrs L. line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
i' J. Overstreet's here for a visit with his fiancee when omitting next Sunday. The members ,
Mrs. Fred Gilbert was a charming Sunday school! class of the Methodist he was notified that he was called to of the band .have been wonderfully
hostess Tuesday afternoon entertain-' church Tuesday night at her home on the colors, and desired |lto take her faithful to their duties for the past and Feed of all kinds is complete, Bud'our
ing the Auction Bridge club at her Mabbettn frtreet. The early )part of", with him as his bride. They were and it is fittinc that they should
home on Emmett street. Cut flowers the evening: was spent in choir practice married very quietly at the home of year have this vacation during the warm delivery wagon is always on time.
,attractively (decorated the rooms, as this class supplies the S. S. '.{ her mother, l\lrlr. A. M. Moaelcy, weather. The next Sunday' concert
yellow daisies prevailing in the living chorus for the Sunday services I' their pastor Rev. W. B. Witherspoon will be June 9th.
rooms and oink, oleander in the Amusing games followed{I by an ice officiating: then left on the midnight
I concluded the Our prices are as low a* the lowest. Send us orders
dining room. course. Those train for his camp in Alabama. YOUNG LADIES GRADUATE your
Three tables of players competedfor were Misses Gladys Griffin, I The relatives and a few close
the prize, two Thrift Stamps, and Maggie Mae McCranie, Lillian liar. friends who were present to witnessthe TOGETHER FOR' THIRD TIME:

high score was made by Mrs. Bumbyof risJeanette Prevatt, Joe and Dot ceremony and accompany them to R. FLOYD .
Orlando, the guest of Mrs. Gilbert, Makinson, Essie and Trixie Bass, I the train were Mrs. A. .M. Moseley The Gazette is in receipt.of an in- j .
and by Mrs. Clifford. By common Helen Bass, chorister, Mrs: D. G. !Mc and daughter, Miss'' Emma, Mr.; and i vitation, att nd the commencement !Vfi"rj BfjA J.I , ;)[ ,.
consent the stamps were donated to ,Kay (teacher/.':pro itemlrL'and .'''Mrs.1I I Mrs;, Tom ; Moseley, .Mr, and ,.,;Mrs. exercises l.of, the :,Florida I Statoy;CoH dlh'Vi'\; ,I" I .
the Red Cross along with the special :Wells l lili ;.i\i': \ fll i IJ l1rl r.v'' :'I !P'I Walter! MoseleY'' and family, ,M r.,'and legelforWomeni nfr.J. +Tallahassee?'

i, club offering to make.which is. ,the 'custom" '"v>lattle MjteUMoseley' : Bandy'and'1 fend daughter.Cecelia; JuneiSth\ :" __'_i i"The"candidates, for !graduation ".._ .._...__ .." ,. " I

A delicious chicken salad course I MOTIIERS'-TEACIIERS' CLUB I If Overstreet and. Mrs. Holmes Prather. the L. I., or Normal Dopartment, include -
W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGH
t Misses Martha Bell Harris ofKissimm
; was served at the conclusion: of the
xames. Enjoying this ''pleasant af- I I There will be a meeting at Mrs.J OTIS STEVENS TO WED ('.:, and Elizabeth Maurine
ternoon were Mr. W. J. Sears, Mrs.P. E. Lupfer's home on June 7. A Otis Stevens will leave Sunday for Dann, now of Miami. ARNOLD & MacDONOUGHContractors
C. Clifford, Mrs. M. Katz, Mrs. J. I nominating committee will be( appointed An unusual circumstance connected -
Ala. for brief visit
Birmingham,
S. Cadel Miss Mildred Turville Mrs. a with the graduation of these Engineer Architects
preparatory for the electionof ,
with his brother after which he will
Claude harper Mrs. S. H. Bullock I ladies is that they entered the
officers to take 'place June 21. young
on to Eden and will be marriedat DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG.
go ,
Kissimmee schools sixteen
together,
-Mrs.: Joseph Bumby of Orlando, Miss | Mrs. Crowder recently joined the
that place to Miss Lucille Chaney
ISue Watson, Mrs. Emmett Brown club. I years ago. They completed the grammar .
Mrs. H. C. Piano, Mrs. H. C. Stanford -I his boyhood sweetheart. Mr. Stevens school together, continued to be
Miss Marie Huddleston. Mrs. will return to Kissimmee with his fellow class mates through tho high
MEMORIAL SUNDAY bride about June 15th, when they school and graduated from that institution
Sanford May.KING'S ; -
FITTINGLY OBSERVEDThe will be at home at Mr. Stevens' residence in the same class. The .association POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS J I IFOR
on Brack street, now occupiedby did not stop there for the

i I DAUGHTERS' CLASS national Memorial Sunday was Mrs. Prentis. friends decided on the same coursein
ENTERTAINEDMrs. observed in Kissimmee with a fitting Mr. Stevens is bookkeeper for the the Woman's College and are for COUNTY COMMISSIONERI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI

service at the Christian church! W. B Makinson Co.. and one of Kis- third time graduating from tl.e same am a candidate for County Commissioner .
J. D. Woodbeck Mrs. E. L. when the members of the O. O. Howard simmee's most popular young business class, in that institution. from District No. 3, subject hereby anpunce myself a candidate
Lesley and Miss Ella, Mae Gilbert Post G. A. R., and the Sedg- men. His host of friends here for County Commissioner from
the action of the Democratic
to
District No. 1 and solicit
were hoetesses at a verY pleasant!I wick Circle Ladies of the G. A. R., will join the ,Gazette wishing the CLIFFORD LUMBER COMPANY primary. respectfully
the the voters of that dis
IIUpport'of
couple happiness and
"event Tuesday afternoon when they were honored guests. young every
entertained the members of the 'I The church was beautifully dec- success. MAY LOCATE MILL HERE JOHN PARTIN trict. F. II. TYNER.

King's Daughters' class of the Methodist I orated for the occasion, a great bank I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
Sunday school at the home of of white flowers with quantities of HONORING OVR DEAD (Continued from Page One) FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. greenery filled the front of the The Tribune is in receipt of a com- hereby announce that.! will be a PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONAt
Roses and ferns attractively decorated I I church, while huge bouquets of red, munication from "The KissimmeeWoman's Georgetown, S. C., May 28, 1918. candidate for County Commissionerfrom the solicitation of friends
Mr. Paul C. Clifford Kissimmeu Fla. many
District No. 1 and will
the appreciate
The time 'Committee
rooms. was spent white and blue flowers carried out dnclosing a- I have decided to offer services
quite informally and the afternoon i I the patriotic thought. Even the vest copy of resolutions passed by them Dear Referring Paul: to request made to Mr. the suport of tI.. voters. in that again to the voters of Osceola my countyas
concluded with dainty refreshmentswhen tibule filled with bloom. the most important section of which district.
was fragrant
a member of the Board of Public
sandwiches, oatmeal cookies j I I Bunting in the national colors and Is: "That the casualty lists of our Creelman mit proposition, and his to agreement us to erect to sub-and E. L. D. OVERSTREET.. Instruction. I fully appreciate the

and punch were served flags, our own flag and those of our brave men in the world's war pub- our saw mill and box plant atKissimmee kind words commendation and offers -
operate
__ ___u_ "--- ,.wish to state that our intention FOR REPRESENTATIVETo of support from my friends, and
at the time of our purchaseof the White Democratic Voters of should I be re-nominated and elected,
the Cannon timber and consideringthe Oscrola County: will give the office the same pains-
further purchases of timber was I hereby enounce myself as a candidate taking care in the future that I have
to erect our plant at Kissimmee; we for election as the member of in the past W. C. BASS.

were therefore, considerably disap- the House of Representatives from FOR STATE AUDITOR
pointed in our efforts in' that direction Osceola county subjct to the will of
,, both with the bank which we the Democratic voters in the primary Served as City Councilman two
NINETY PFR CENT expected to do business with, giving election to be held June 4th.I years; Tax Assessor of Polk Co. 8
them all our business, and possible thoroughly appreciate the honorof years; Pure FoodInspector three
years; Asst. Postmaster, Bartow, two
1 proposition submitted by the Electric serving as a member of the Florida
Light Board. We, therefore, aban- Legislature during the last two sessions years. With these experiences I feelI

.... doned the idea' of erecting our plantat and realize that the knowledgeand am competent to handle the work
Kissimmee and have purchasedour experience thus acquired will en- incumbent ,upon a State Auditor.
mill expecting to operate else able me to give better rjrvice anothr I will appreciate your support and
Over ninety per cent of the money in business transactions in where than at Kissimmee. Later, on term.I vote at the Democratic Primary in

..- this country is paid by bank .check disposition shown by certain public- respectfully refer.,to my record June. I J. |I. LANCASTER,
spirited citizens and members of during the' last two sessions of he Bartow, Florida.

There must be some good reason for this, and applying business your council, suggesting that we sub- Legislature.As FOR REPRESENTATIVEI

methods to personal! expense i i. following a wise precept. mit a proposition, we have decidedto the next two months will be candi.
submit the hereby announce myself a
following:
very busy ones with me I may not be
j t Open a personal checking account here and you will.soon realize We will agree to purchase one of able to see all of the voters person. date for Representative in the Legislature .
from Osceola County sub.ject
,
the available sites submitted to in
us
but in the coming
the advantages have gained ally, your support
you to the action of the Democratic
Kissimmee; will erect our plant there primary will be highly appreciated,
FRED M. BASS!
and agree to operate the same for a and if nominated and elected I shall primary.
and small
t Same rate of interest on both large account. in our
s. period of five years or longer; and he
work diligently and faithfully to FOR REPRESENTATIVE
'
Savings Department.Citizens.
>
i wilt agree to manufacture from 60
of in the serviceof
best my ability ,
very I am a candidate for the office of
to 100 million feet of lumber and- of Osceola and
the people county
1 4 other wood products at this plant, Representative. Your vote and your
of Florida. -
e the state
influence in behalf in the June
which would require the, continual my
Very respectfully, Primary will be keenly appreciated.
employment, in the entire
N. BRYAN.
operationl C.
S. W. PORTER.
of fifty to ,one hundred ; -:-

co-operate in every way, to secure FOR MEMBER, SCHOOL BOARDI FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
41 i's t tip V Th t- + WS.S.: other plants, and have every reasonto
Bank believe that we can be successful hereby announce myself candidate hereby announce myself a candidate
i nut SJOTIMOS sntm in locating some in Kissimmee, which for re-election as member of the for re-election as a member of
would ,require additional facilities Board of Public Instruction from Die the Board of County Commia.lonerafrom )
.UNITED STATE* and employ additional men. We will rict No. 2, and solicit the support of District No. 2, and wilt a'lpre--' '

OF KISSIMMEB OCJVUtMMCNTSftWwl > agree to furnish ten cords of slabs the voters in. the. approaching pri- elate the support of the voters
W. R. LANIER. district. ERNEST MACH.j .
per! day or its equivalent in heating mary; '
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