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The Palatka News
AND ADVERTISER
Entered at the Palatka postoflice
as mailable matter of the second
ctnss.
P iblished at Palatka, Fla., on
Fridays by
RUSSELL ft VICKERS.
Wa. A. RUSSELL. Ealtur
BOOZE AND BUSINESS.
State Senator Plunkitt of New
York is ft Taminiiuy leader who has
never had the advantages of educa
tion or social culture. He is a pro
duct of the streets and got his learn
ing mostly cuffed and kicked into
him. His was the severe but effec
tive schooling of experience among
rougli men. His political power is
due to the fact that he understands
and holds in line an enormous fol
lowing of what is commonly known
as the saloon clement.
If any mini living might reasona
bly be siip.usi(1 to llinke liquor
drinking a real aid to his success,
here is the man. Politicians are
generally supposed to be drinking
men, and I'luiikitt in particular is
one who might be expected to drink
his way to the hearts of his constitu
iinls and to have as lieuteuats only
men won can do the same.
But Tiere is what Plunkitt says
about it :
"1 never take a drop of any kind of
intoxicating liquor. I ain't no fa
natic. Home of the saloonkeepers
are my best friends and I don't mind
guin' into a saloon any day with my
friends. Jlut as a matter of business
1 leave whisky and beer and the rest
of that stulf alone. It's a matter of
business, too. I take for my lieuten
ants in my district men who don't
drink. I tried the other kind for
several years, bur, it didn't pay.
They cost too much.
"No matter how well you learn to
piny the political game, you won't
make a histiu' success of it if you're
a driukin' man."
A lot of mistaken people imagine
that a political leader who doesn't
drink could never be popular with
salooukeepers.
That is a grave error.
The most successful saloonkeepers
don't drink themselves and, more
than that, they won't employ bar
keepers who drink.
Looks queer doesn't it? But its
fact. It's business.
The man who drinks is just as un
safe and unfit a man behind a bar aB
he is nnwhere else. And nobody
knows this better than the saloon
keeper, whosees mure of the effects
of booze than anybody else. He is
the last man in the would to follow
or have faith in a hard drinker,
behind his liar or in front of it.
All wrong utterly is the popular
notion that the man who succeeds ill
the field uf politics even saloon
politics must drink with the men
he influences. To be superior he
must be snber. To command rwal
respect and lasting confidence he
must always be himself.
None but callow youth or drink
demented fool, has, on the morning
after, much respect for his drunken
mate, or for himself. In the lowest
of us there is conscience that comes
with the morning after, or, if not
conscience, at least physical reaction
and mental repulsion.
The affection, t tie wit. the wisdom
that seem to glow and sparkle under
the fever of drink are all ashes on
the morning after. He who is build'
iug up influence that is to be lasting
must use more tangible materials
than the delusions tiutt come witli
booze.
Soak in some more wisdom from
Plunkitt:
"Look at all the Tammanv heads
of the city departments. There's
not a real drinkm' man in the lot,
although there is a saloonkeeper or
two. Oh, yes, there are sjine promi
nent men in the organization who
drink hard soinetim ;s, but they ain't
tlie men who have power. They re
ornaments, tancy speakers and all
that, wlio make a fine show behind
the footlights, but ain't in it when it
conies to direct in the city govern
ment and the Tammany organiza
tion. The men who sit in the execu
tive commiit.ee room at Tammanv
hall and direct things are the men
wlio celebrate on apoiliuaris or
victiy.
Is there anything the matter with
temperance as a purely business
proposition?
The BUCKMAN BILL.
The News has received the follow
ing letter from Hon. H. H. Buck man
of Jacksonville, author of the Ituck
inan Educational Bill:
Editor Palatka News:
In looking over your valuable
paper under date of May 20th, I note
an editorial headed "Money and Ed
ucation," which, while it states "that
the News is glad Mr. Wall voted for
it," (meaning the bill for higher ed
ucation which has just passed the
Florida legislature) does not, in my
opinion, give Mr. Wall, the honored
representative from your county, the
full credit he is entitled to for his
advocacy of this measure.
I am satisfied that this arose fiom
the fact that the bill and its effects
have not yet been clearly understood
bytheliress and the people of the
slate, as it has required a long and
detailed investigation of statistics
and data in relation thereto, which
could hardly have been had (as they
had not been made public) outside of
the legislative halls, and as yet I
have seen no detailed statement pub
lished of the matter. In your article
you quote Mr. Wall as asking the
question "if the people could stand
n appropriation of fifty-five thou
sand dollars," when as a matter of
fact it is not a question of au appro
priation of that amount, or of more
than three quarters of a million in
volved in the then present asking
for schools for higher education, but
the continuous appropriations of like
nounts at every meeting of the leg
islature with no commensurate re
sults obtained therefrom, and the
maintenance of a large number of
btate schools which continued to bi
created, were sapping the foundation
of the system, and a continuous in
creasing drain upon the tax payers
to such an extent that it had become
a necessity that some immediate and
radical change should be made.
When the people shall realize that
while the change may seem revolu
tionary and radical that its result
will be the concentration of asys'em
of higher education with two institu
tions, placing them upon a solid bas
is, helping to build up in time a great
university in the state, which is to
be desired, and will give to the pub
lie school system a greater amount
of money than they have had in the
past without drawing upon the treas
ury for their maintenance and sup
port, it will be better understood and
appreciated.
I believe that the change will be
more readily appreciated when It is
learned that instead of seveu hun
dred and forty thousand dollars tak
en out of the treasury the present
system will take less than one hun
dred and fifty thousand, and the
counties which have been maintain
ing these schools and have been
levying no, or but a small, tax for
the supnort of the public schools
within them, being now required to
do so, there can lie levied for the sup
port of the public schools annually
au eleven mill tax for maintenance
of common schools, which will give
one million, two hundred thousand
dollars for that pit) pose alone, and
as a result, the country schools can
have at least six mouths schooling,
which now in many instances, have
only three, and each county the ben
efit of a high school of its own, which
should commend itself, if these were
the only benefit obtained, to every
thinking man and tax payer in this
state.
I therefore take the liberty of sub
mitting these views of the matter to
yon, feeling that upon a thorough
investigation you will taKe pleasure
in giving Mr. Wall the full credit his
efforts in this connection should
command. Respectfully,
H. H. Hl'CKMAN.
Tallahassee, Fla., May 21), 19U5.
The Buekman bill is now a law.
Whether its results will prove bene
ficial or not remains to be seen. At
the time our editorial on "Money
and Education" was written the
News had not read the bill and only
knew in ft general way of some of its
provisions, which seemed good. Since
then we have learned more of the
bill. It is a most radical measure
and ope the results of which can not
easily be predicted. For the present,
and until it becomes better acquaint
ed with all its provisions, the News
prefers to remain ft mere "looker on."
I W. C, T. U, COLUMN- I
i Edited By Palatka Union.
The Status of Tempekaxck Lko
islation In The South.
The following figures are taken
from the tablets prepared for the ex
hibit at St. Louis, and must have
been correct at that time, as such
publicity if false, would have proved
harmful.
Some are revised to present date,
Florida has 45 counties, of which 80
are dry;
Arkansas, 4.- prohibition, 29 license;
Maryland, is ,, a
W. Va. 40 14
Ky. 47 35 with
one saloon, 19 with two saloons; 818
licenses. Tenn. prohibition in all but
about 12 cities. By law, in all of
less than 5,000 inhabitants. By conn
ties, 84 prohibition, 12 license. Miss
(Mi prohibition; 10 license (3 of these
have license only at county-seat.)
Texas, 141 prohibition, 57 partial, 4s.
license, tin,. 130 prohibition, 7 li
cense. Va. 48 prohibition, 13 have it
sold in only one town; 7 in only two
towns; 17 counties were not heard
from on inquiry made to each of the
100 counties. 1
Mississippi.
A recent number of Mida's Crite
rion announced, '-Mississippi, like
most of the Gulf States, is largelv
under local option, but by a great
ellort was Kept trom going prohibi
tion altogether." This is true
There are now 06 out of 76 counties
dry through the local option law
Three of the 10 counties have saloons
only at the county seats.
For 23 years frequently recurring
and heated campaigns have educat
ed the people in prohibition senti
ment ; thousands of business men
have learned to value prohibition as
a business asset. The year 1900 wit
nessed the first organized expression
of discontent with Mississippi local
option in ft vigorous but unsuccess
ful attempt to secure prohibition for
the state. A bill lor constitutional
prohibition failed in the legislature
of 1904, the vote standing 63 to 43,
lacking but six of the two-thirds
majority to carry.
Louisiana.
lcal option being the law in
Louisiana, municipal and parish or
dinances largely control and regu
late tlie liquor traillc. several par
ishes and many wards, precints and
towns have voted prohibition, and
some high schools and colleges en
joy absolute immunity from the open
saloon tnrougn me enforcement ol
the three-mile and five-mile laws.
A system of very high license has
curtailed the trafllc in some portions
or tne state.
South Carolina,
victory for prohibition.
Prohibition defeated the dispen
sary in Cherokee county, South
Carolina, November 8, by a vote of
1.24u to 849 The election was held
under the Brice law, and the result
is a sensation in Tillmandon. Chero
kee county has long been considered
a staunch champion of the State sa
loon, but notwithstanding that facta
and the additional fact that Senator
rillman took part in person in the
campaign, the dispensary is knocked
out bv a vote very close to the ratio
of 4 to 1
Missouri.
A little over 15 years ago 2 laws in
the interest of temperance were en
acted; a local option law, and a high
license law. Ureat enthusiast! was
arouse for the local option law, and
in comparatively short tune 90 of
the 114 counties of the state voted out
the saloon. A few of these counties
still permitted the sale In large
cities.
Today there are 12 counties that
have local option. There is abund
ance of hatred to the liquor traffic and
some genuine prohibition sentiment.
The Missouri judge in refusing to
grant a divorce to a saloonkeeper
whose wife had become- insane
through excessive use of liquor,
said: "When a man is engaged in
the business of making drunkards, it
doesn't lie in him to complain if the
effects come home to him."
Tennessee.
Mida's Criterion has lately "dis
covered" that all prohibitory laws
are failures. No one advocated the
abrogation of the laws against steal
ing and murder because they are
violated. Liquor selling is prohibit
ed in 84 out of the 96 counties in
Tennessee and in all the towns and
cities in eacb of the 12 liquor couu
ties, except one or two places . in
eacli county; yet there is some illicit
liquor selling in all the prohibitory
counties, and a constant stream of
jugs from the wet to the dry coun
ties, for many of those who formed
the habit when they had the saloons.
still order their liquor from a dis
tance and drink it. et no one rully
acquainted with the situation in
Tennessee, believes there is so much
liquor Bold as under the saloon regime.
Testimony gathered from all parts
or the state Bhow everywhere an in
ciease of from 10 to 15 per cent in all
kinds of business since the saloons
went out. The banks nave never- be
fore handled so much money. They
not only get the money that was
once spent for liquor, but the wage-
earuing capacity or tne people is
greater as they drink less liquor.
There is no open saloon to tempt
the boys. Even were there as much
liquor drunk as before it would still
be worth while to have its sale un
der the ban of the law. The only
lines of business that do not claim to
have increased under the prohibi
tory lawsare the magistrates' courts,
tlie city recorders, the undertakers,
and other institutions of like nature,
to be continued
Some Results of Scientific Tem
perance Instruction in
Public Schools.
An English paper, "The Alliance
News," commenting on the report of
tlie Mosely Industrial commission
which last year was sent from Eng
land to discover tlie secret of our
commercial success, says:
"The Americans have realized
that alcoholic liquor is not one of the
things which tend to industrial su
premacy and national progress.
There is no disputing that the mass
of the evidence given by the Mosely
delegates shows that the use or alco
holic liquors among American work
men is much less than among Eug
glish workmen."
Another Englishman, Mr. John
Newton, in a later edition of the pa
per quoted above, says:
'The universal testimony of those
who know both countries is that tlie
workman of America is superior to
the workman at home mainly be
cause he is more sober. He neither
wastes his physical nor his mental
resources in the public-house to any
thing like the extent our workmen at
home do."
Looking for the cause of this great
er sobriety, the same writer says:
"In the United States, scientific
temperance instruction is universal
in the elementary schools. They
early recognized that the star of
hope for? the temperance reform
stands over the BChoolhouse.'"
Mrs. Stephens,
Sup't. of S. F. I.
How's This?
We offer Ono Hunriml Dollars Howard for any
oaso of catarrh that cod not be cured by Hall's
catarrh cure.
F. J CHENEY CO.. Toledo. O
We. the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney
for the Jast 15 yearn, and believe blin perfectly
unnoraitie tn an Diu-iuesa transactions aim nnan
Wally ah e to carry out any obligations made
by his nxra.
Walking, Rinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druetrtsts, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally, actinc
directly upon the blood and m;.cUH surfaces uf
me system. Testimonials sent tree. iTiee i
per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
Take Hall' Familv Pills for constipation.
AN ORDINANCE
To Grant to the Georgia Southern &
Florida Railway Company a Franchise
and right of way for its Kailway Track
i! long a Portion of Laurel Street in
the City of Palatka, and to operate Its
Trams and Cars thereon as a Main
Line.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City
Council of the City of Paint K a, Florida :
Section 1. That the Georgia South
era and Florida Railway Company, its
successors and assigns, are hereby
grunted a right of way and complete
authority to build and construct a iiue
of railway along Laurel Street, along
North side of the Atlantic Coast Line
Hallway Track, commencing ob Laurel
Street where Fourth Street Intersects or
crosses same, and extending in a wester
ly direction along said Laurel Street,
North of -Atlantic Coast Line Railway
Track to Jones Street the streets here
in referred to being given with reference
to the plat of said city on file In the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Putnam county :
That the said Georgia Southern and
Florida Hallway company, its successors
and assigns shall have the right to ope
rate its trains and cars along and over
'he railway track that may be built un
der this Ordinanco, as a main line of
railway. In accordance with the laws of
Florida and the ordinances of the City
of Palatka, provided the same shall not
be used as a switch or for the storing of
cars.
Seo. 2. That this franchise is granted
upon the express condition that the
Georgia Southern and Florida Railway
company, its successors and assigns,
shall pave said Laurel Street with rock.
brick or other material that may be ac
ceptable to the City Council, the entire
width of said stret t 'rum Fourth street
to Jones street; and upon the further
condition that the said Georgia Southern
and Florida Railway company. Its suc
cessors and assigns, will keep said street
paved and in good condition, and will
maintain its tracks on such a grade and
will maintain such pavement in such
nanner as will permit the free use there
of by the public; and upon the further
condition that said G-org r. Southern
and Florida Railway company, its suc
cessors and assigns, shall not interfere
with or disturb any sewers, water pipes
or gas pipes.
sec. i. mat all Ordinances or parts
of Ordinances in conflict with tlie pro
visions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed.
Passed In open Council this Slay loth.
A. U., 1903.
A. M. 8TEEN,
Attest : President City Council.
i. N. BLACKWELL,
Seal Clerk City Courcll.
Approved May 17. 1905.
A. TJSINA.
Mayor.
g .fijn3-W, Are " 2
I
Well Stocked fa
with all the neccesary
supplies for the sum
meryour every want
can be supplied here.
Fishing: Tackle, Sum
mer Hardware, Etc.
Get them here, PricesLowest.
f
A. E. WILSON,
President.'
GEO. E. WELCH,
Vice Peesident.
T. B. MERRILL,
Cabuieb
THE Putnam National Bank
Of Palatka"
We solicit the accounts of the people throughout Putnam County, and tender all
the courtesies and acoommodations consistent with good Banking,
OWNER.
S3 ETj.tr3.arra. 2l3.a,rmac37- s.
PALATKA. FLORIDA.
Drugs, Chemicals, Druggist Sundries and
Patents.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED,
l(j FUEHU GAKDE.N SEED. Aiiouts Mallory Steamship Lino.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
The Great Through Gar Line From Florida
To
the
To
the
To
the
East
CONNECTIONS:
THE ATLANTIC COAST LINE, via Charleston,
Richmond and Washington.
Woof i 'le ku'8Ville & Nashville via Montgomery.
II COl The Mobiie & ohio R R via Montgomery.
East
Via Steamship
Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for
JNew lork, f hiladelphia and Jioston.
Via Norfolk and Steamer for N. Y Wash.. Bait
Via Savannah and Merchants & Miners Transpor-
-. . . . n r .. it i. , r, .
lunou vjjinjmuy mr uauimore anu rnua.
To KEY WEST ) Vi PR'T'crTT.A .v
and
HAVANA. ) OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.
Tnfrtrnhnmrpnlilfl mi Inn rrn Hplrnfa ctnml ottan 19 r u . t t i m
... . , hwi utvi n,vfvnj m lira ui Hit) pnuuiuui run WHY
of the Kouthprn States are on sale by the principal BRenta.
"Through PullmaD Sleeper, Port Tampa to New York, via Atlantic East Coast
IMtlP' ill Qfl via Allnnflsi rVtoaf T.!na n.irl U,... D.ll ti
' uuoi -uiuo cinu cuuiuiuu ItailWHY.
T?. ... . . ..1 ..i I.. ii it - n . "
wuipiwLu imunuuuuu can on r. jacKson, Ticket agent, or address
For raftlVatlonfl nnrl infnrnifttinn nnnlir A o.mia ltnnil n.-.,, t j- ii.
FRANK C. BOYLSTON, Dist. Pass Agent, W. D. STARK, Traveling Pass. Act
UH west Bay street, Astor Building, Jacksonville, Florida.
H. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager, W. J. CRAfG, Genoral Passonger Agent.
Wilmington, North Carolina.
Study at Home
VUllce ftnt tfrt rim at msfciffi fett!ff a bcttM
ducatioa and inpfu jruvf coadatua la life. If
yon ltiminow. yuueaxara luri. With thcawl of
mj Horn. Study Lcswas voa accd aot laava hoaaa
oa atnployaiaat to laato Bookkaeplaf , Arithmetic.
Hlttoer. Ptr
c. IhorSO
Science. Latin, etc.
Taaaha kj Baa. Teachen) aided aa paaa
nua. 1 en yean tuccean. ataioewe wee.
Mdreaa 1. 1. JbUMlW, FBlatka, riarida.
Tf vnn we.Ii f tri trot vniir Tnniievfl
worth ; and see good (.'OLD knock
cat, dm Peek's Pin Tr Syrup
to make the home bright and at
tractive. Perhaps it's a
Pretty Paper
for the Parlor, Dining Room or
Bed Rooms you want
Maybe it's a little
Palrjt for the litcheq
or
Stair) for the Floor
In any case we can supply you
with the best at the lo.west cost
New designs in
WALL PAPER
arriving daily
We invite inspection
ACKERMAN I STEWART,
DRUGGISTS.
BUY YOUR
LIQUORS
J. F. BREWER'S
Wholesale and Retail Liquor House.
Our Whiskey pricee range from
fl.50 to $0.00 per gallon and we
keep a full stock of the best goods
io all varieties
We are making a specialty of
the jug trade and invite you to
send for our price list
Agmits for celebrated 1. W.
Harper Whiskey
J. F- BREWER.
(gooeeMorto M. J. Murphy)
Palatka. Fla.
WHEN YOU WANT
Furniture, Mattings,
Oil Cloths, Linoliums, Rugs,
Art Squares or Window
Shades, consult
R. S. MOONEY.
We carry a big line of these goods and
are making exceedingly low prices now
Undertaking and Embalming.
DELICIOUS
Fruit Ice Creams, Sundies, Milk
Shakes, Ice Cream Sodas
and
All Kinds of Refreshing Summer
Drinks at
L. Pi. SMITH,
Lemon St., Palatka.
Finest Line of Confections In the State
Tobacco, Pipes, Cigars.
E. E. DODGE.
PAINT
For all Purposes
Wall Paper, Glass, Etc.
- Pictures Framed.
Lemon Street, Palatka, Fla
B. Tctcn-Jn .. .
C. E. Smilh .. .
W. R. Wilkinson
Mary IlatiCuck . .
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Andrew Jackson .. .
S. J. llilliard ,
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Arthur R. Comes . . .
Mrs. M. Kclloeg
Prince Cooper
J. I,. Miller
Est. Win. Yckington.
Tony Smith
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Mrs. C. J. White ...
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i.izzie Oihson
A. W. Carlcton .. .
Sain'l. Goodwin . . .
Julia Mann
Heirs of L. Gordon.
Tropical Land Co....
John Robinson .. .
A. W. Cook
C. 1;. Mitchell .. .
Wm. W. llamcs ...
Chas. L. Hyde .. .
L,. L. MegK
Mrs. U, . Lopez
L. L. Mcggs
C. R. Absttin
M. A. Nash
A. K. Wade
Chas. S. Rexroods .
J. W. Woods
St. Augustine Im
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DESCRIPTION.
Part of W. half of N. E. quarter, book
Itj. page iiu
In N. W. corner of W. half of N. E.
" quarter, book SO, page 06
. . . N. half of N. W. quarter of N. E. quar
ter .. N. half of N. E. quarter of S. W. quar
ter '
. Lot S, block S, and block 4, Thomas...
.'. W. half of lot 4 and lot o, book of Maps,
page 20
..Part of E. half of N. E. quarter, book
11, page !! .. ..
.. E. half of N. E. quarter of N. E. quar-
tcr and N. W. quarter of N. E. quar
ter of N. E. quarter
. . S. W. quarter of N. E. quarter of N. E.
quarter
. .. Part of J. M; Iiernandei Grant, book 14,
page ll
. . . Part of lot 9, E. of river, book G, page
7(fl
. W. half of E. half of E. half of N. E.
mtartcr of N. E. quarter
E. 24 acres of S. E. quarter of S. E.
quarter -
Part of lot 1, E. of river
Part fractional E. of river, book L, page
203 ,
Part of lot I, E. of river, books J and
L, pages 006 and 963
Part of Martin Grant, book D, page 97,
(less 10 acres to laylor)..
N. W. quarter of N. E. quarter
8 acres in N. W. corner of lot 4 .. ..
Lots 8, 18 and 19
10 acres in lot 11 . , .... . . . . . . .
.Lots 22 and 88
Lol li ..
Lot 26
Lot 7
Lot 20
Lot 24
Lots 1 and 13
Lots 17 ..
N. W. quarter of N. W. quarter
.3 acres in the center of N. W. quarter of
N. E. quarter
.S. half of N. W. quarter
Lot 11
Lots 18 and 19
Lots 9, 10, 11, 18 and 19
, S. W. quarter of N. E. quarter and S. E.
quarter of N. W. quarter
, S. W. quarter of S. E. quart and S. E.
quarter of S. W. quarter
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European Restaurant.
Furnished ttoooms,
Hot and Cold Baths
At
CJias Kupperkscs
Palatka, Fla.
Second-Hand Bllckinsderfer Type,
writer in perfect order, $15.00. bi
bargnin. Call or write t'has. E. Row
ton, Palatka, Fla. w
G. C. Willis .. ..
. C. Vertrccs, Sr.
T. M. Davis .. ..
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A. S. Rriggs .. ..
M. D. Rodgcrs . . ..
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Utis Jones
E. M. Ambrose
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J. II. McDowell
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S. A. Baker .. ..
Lizzie Houston . .
Maggie P. Gaspard
Mrs. C. Pierre ..
L. llcnroid . .
S. A. Baker .. ..
20 11
11
S. A. Baker
S. A. Baker
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11
E. A. Brantley
L. M. Carter ..
A. S. Briggs ..
Clarence Avery .
G. M. Avery. .
E. A. Avery . .
M. J. Snow . .
W. A. Eamcs .
Unknown . . . ,
E. A. Avery . .
H. K. Ide .. ..
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11
11
11
11
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11
F. N. Barker ..
J. E. Eames ..
J. E. Eames . .
Unknown
Hattie Gary . . .
S. A. Baker .. .
S. A, Baker .. .
Unknown
B. F. Ashley ..
Annie E. Clark .
Mrs. C J. White
S. E. Drake .. .
John Gresham ..
Nfri. C. Pierre
G. S. Randall ..
W. H. Valentine
Unknown .
Unknown
Unknown
Mm. T P r.rf.
Mrs. L. E. Heath"
W. P. Fieltis .. ..
L. K. Tucker .. ..
L. K. Tucker .. ..
Fred V C.
J"hn D. Pcttingill '
E. W. Gillette ..
R. N. Clapp
w. Gillette ..
R- P. Clapp.
J as. Gamble
Henry Hamilton .. .
Henry W. Hawkins .
Fred. V. Stearns ...
H. R. Jemmerson ...
E. Studwell ..
John Clark
nattie Gary ..
' I Fame ..
ohn Clark .. ..
, E. half of S. W. quarter of If. W. quar
ter and S. E. quarter of N. W. quarter 16
, Part of W. half of N. W. quarter of N.
E. quarter, book 34, page 547 21
, Lots 1, 3 and 4 (less 10 acres), book B,
page 457 4
, N. half of S. E. quarter of N. W. quar
ter of S. W. quarter 13
, W. tenth of S. E. quarter of S. W. quar
ter of S. W. quarter 13
. W. two-thirds of S. half. of N. E. quarter
of S. W. quarter 13
. S. third of N. VV. quarter ol &. E. quar
ter of S. W. quarter 13
. N. half of N. half of lot 4 13
. .Lots 4 and 5 in N. E. quarter 21
. W. half of S. half of half of S. W.
quarter of W. quarter 22
, S. half of N. E. quarter of S. W. quar
ter, S. half of S. W. quarter and part
of N. W. quarter of S. W. quarter... 24
Lots 1 and 3, block IS, Sisco 24
. Block 27 and lot 6 in block 29, Sisco.... 24
VI. haif of W. half of N. E. quarter.. 25
. N. half of N. W. quarter and S. E. quar
ter of N. W. quarter 25
. S. half of N. E. quarter of N. E. quar
ter, N. half of S. E. quarter of N. E.
quarter, N. 10 acres of W. half of N.
W. quarter of N. E. quarter 26
N. seven-tenths of N. W. quarter of S.
' W. quarter of N. E. quarter, S. three- quarters
of S. W. quarter of N. W. Quar
ter ot IN. quarter'
' N. 7"4 acres of N. W. quarter of N. W.
quarter of N. E. quarter 27
Part of S. E. quarter of S. E. quarter,
part of W. half of S. E. quarter, and
fifteen-twentieths of W. half of S. W.
quarter of S. E. quarter .84
E. half of S. W. quarter, S. W. quarter
of S. W. quarter and 4 acres in S.
E. corner of N. W. quarter of S. W.
quarter 35
W. 6 acres of E. fourteen-twentieths of
' N. half of N. W. quarter of S. W.
quarter 85
t E. three-quarters of N. W. quarter of S.
E. quarter and S. W. quarter of N. E.
quarter of S. E- quarter 36
, S. W. quarter of S. E. quarter 36
' Center 10 acres of S. half of S. E. quar
' ter of S. E- quarter, and N. W. quar
ter of S. E. quarter i S. E. quarter 36
( Part of J. M. Hcrnandex Grant, E. of
river, book 17, page 28 39
t Lot 17, Spring Lake plat ,.19
Lots 5, 6 and 10, Spring Lake plat.... 19
.V half of M. half of W. half of W. half
of N. E. quarter 28 11
S. half of N. half of W. half of W. half
of N. E. quarter 28
. N. half of N. half of N. W. quarter of
S. E. quarter 28
N. half of N. half of S. W. quarter of
N. E. quarter 28
, Tart of N. half of W. half of W. half,
book V, page 508 29
, Part of N. half of W. half of W. half,
book 10, page 112 29
. S. 5 acres of E. half of S. W. quarter. . 29
, N. E. quarter of N. W. quarter of S. E.
quarter, S. E. quarter of S. E. quarter,
S. W. quarter of N. E. quarter of S.
E. quarter, W. 4 acres of N. W. quar
ter of N. E. quarter of S. E. quarter,
S. 3K acres of E. 954 acres of E. half
of N. E. quarter of S. E. quarter, E.
half of S. E. quarter of N. W. quar
ter of S. E. quarter, W. half of S. W.
quarter of N. W. quarter of S. E.
quarter 31
, E. half of W. half of N. W. quarter of
S. W. quarter SJ
. S. E. quarter of N. W. quarter of S. W.
quarter ..32
. S. half of S. W. quarter of S. W. quar
ter, E. half of E. half of N. half of S.
W. quarter of S. W. quarter 32
. S. half of S. W. quarter of S. W. quar
ter of N. E. quarter 32
, W. 6 acres of S. E. quarter of S. W.
quarter of S. W. quarter, book 87,
Page 89 33
. Lots 6, 20, 28, 87, 55, 68, 68, 72 and 82,
Ellis survey, Broward Grant 40
.Lots 45, 40, 47 and 49, Ellia survey,
Rroward Grant 40
. Lots 10 and 12 (private survey), of S.
half of S. E. quarter of S; E. quarter 24
, Lot 80 (private survey) of S. half of S.
E. quarter of S. E. quarter 24
. Part of S. E. quarter of S. E. quarter,
book 38, page 751 (4
z acres 01 w. w. quarter of N. W.
ter ,
. N. W. quarter of S. E. quarter of SV E.
quarter
. S. three-quarters of E. half of N. E.
quarter, o. mth of N. . quarter of N.
E. quarter of N. E. quarter, S. W.
quarter of N. E. quarter (less 6 acres
to Cooper), S. half of S. half of N.
quarter of N. E. quarter 1
. N. half of S. W. quarter, W. half of S.
E. quarter of N. W. quarter, S. fifteen
twentieths of W. half of N. E. quarter,
t; W. quarter of S. E. quarter of N. ,
VV. quarter, E. half of S. W. quarter
?f E. quarter of N. W. quarter, E.
5 L,0,?- E' quter of N. E. quarter
of N. W. quarter .. .. 1
r,aIVf,N-.E- quarter of N. W. quarter 11
. N. third of E. three-tenths of W. ten
sixteenths of S. half ofN. half .. ..IS
. K. half of N. E. quarter of N. E. quar
ter, N. E. quarter of S. W. quarter.;' 14
. Lots 1, 2 and 3 is
. N. E. quarter of S. W. quarter of S. E.
quarter (for 1908) to
. N. E. quarter of S. W. quarter of S. E.
quarter (for 1904) to
. N. VV. quarter of N. W. quarter .. ..24
, S. 8 acres of E. half of W. half of S. E.
quarter of S. E. quarter (4
. S. half of S. half of S. E. quarter of S.
W. quarter 14
' c1"!.', of S- nalf of s- w- qoarter of
S. W. quarter (for 1903) 24
, S. half of S. half of S. W. quarter of
1 x.vU loarter (for 1904) (4
. In N. E. corner of lot 6, E. of river 26
Commencing S. W. corner of Austin
iaLd,tS fST cni- E. 14.80 chs., N.
. W. 3.48 chs., S. 6.99 chs., W.
itr ?',5h"v I" of Gov. lot 26
W. half of E. half of N w (
S. E. quarter ..29
" w- quarter of S. W. quarter' 0
N. 26 acres of N. E. quarter of N. E.
quarter . ji
. W. half of N. W. quarter of N. W. "quar
ter, W. half of K. E. quarter of N. W.
quarter of N. VV. quarter, N. E. quar
tf "J Nl W- quarter and W. half of
W. half of N. W. quarter of N. E.
quarter ..... II
, E. half of N. E. quarter of N. W. quar-
ter of N. E. quarter SI
E. half of lot 6, Hires' aub-dvisfcm. E. of
river . JJ
, nait ot lot 4, Hires' sub-division, E. of
river 35 II
Part of D'Acosta Grant, book 6, paa 158 38 1
. art of D'Acosta Grant, book , page 61 S8 It
Lot! 1 1, 1 and 3, block , Triay Grant.. 49 It
,. W. quarter of N. W. quarter of N.
W. quarter, and part of S. W. quarter
n. w. quarter ot . w. quarter,
book P, page 454
Part of N. VV. quarter of N. W. quar
ts, hook ay, page 89 .. .. .....
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