OCR Interpretation


The Palatka news. [volume] (Palatka, Fla.) 1905-1908, June 16, 1905, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Florida

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn95047298/1905-06-16/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

Palatka
.1 liGf
NEW SERIES VOL. XIII, NO. 24.
PALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16 1905.
$1. Per Year.
For Sale-Houses, Lots, Vacant Lots and anything in Real Estate. H. M. de MontmoIIin.
MS
These are hot times and we have made
HOT PRICES
for the purpose of clearing out the sum
mer stock in our big store.
Everything that MEN and BOYS VEAR is now
being sold cheapAwfully Cheap. We are
going to clean out our summer stock
while there is yet demand for the goods.
The Vain
Fearnside Clothing- Company,
Palatka, Florida.
BBBBSHEE9KE
I
iifflEjiwsiiBjiiiiiiiK
Ikane
Unavoidable delays prevented the exhibit of our Elegant,
All Absolutely New Stock of Jewelery and Bric-a-Brac last
flonday as per announcement. The stock is now all in and
by next Monday, June 12th, will be ready for inspection.
We want the people to call and see it. Consider this an in
vitation. If it's a wedding present you want, know that
we have the right thing.
C. J. SniTH, Jeweler,
Next to Kupperbusch's Restaurant. '. Palatka, Fla.
imamwtmxm-mmM mmmmmmmmmmmx mmmmswmmmmmmmm
I
m
m
m
i
m
m
1
I
i
i
1
You Are Eligible to Attend
The Annapolis or West Point
Military School
If you are au unmarried American boy bo
ween the ages of 17 nnd 23, of good habits and
can pass the necessary physical examination,
have a knowledge of reading, writing, arith
metic, English grammar, geography and his
tory of the United States. Unlike most
schools, the government allows you about
$500 per year to defray all expenses. You re
ceive a thorough military and academic edu
cation, and upon graduation may resign or
accept a commission as lieutenant with pro
motion in the regular service.
Further particulars for four one cent, stamps
by addressing
" n'
H. 1 PHILLIPS, MM, ft
lew Goods.
We are receiving daily, New
and Fresh Groceries of all
kinds. We have the most
complete stock of New Goods
in the following lines than we
have ever had:
Fancy DrioA and Evaporated
Fruits,
Best brands of Canned Goods
consisting of
Fruits, Vegetables, Fish, Meats,
Etc.
Cereals, Breakfast Foods, Entire
Wheat Flour, Graham Flour,
Yellow Corn Meal, Teas,
Coffees and Spices,
Butter and
Cheese.
Crackers and Cakes,
Hams, Shoulders. Breakfast
llacon, Sausage, Figs Feet,
Best New Florida and
Maple Syrup,
and everything usually kept
in a first-class Grocery store.
Call and see us, you will be surprised
to find that we sell best quality at
such low prices.
L. C. STEPHENS,
Telephone 81,
Klrby and Morris 8ts.. Palatka. Fla.
Notice of application for Tax Deed un
der section 8 of chapter 4888, Laws of
Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that E. H.
MeLeod, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 880, dated the 3 J (lay of July, A. D.
1889, has iiled said certificate in my off
ice, and has made application for tax
deed to Issue la accordance with law.
U.M onrtltlnat-A Amhl'RHflA the following
described property situated in Putnam
county, norma, io-wii :
ScJ of swj, section 25, township 12,
range 26 40 acres
The aniri land helnir assessed at the
dato of the issuance of sueh certificate
I.. Ik. noma nf si N Omit ilT. UuleSS
III HI" -
said certificate shall be redeemed accord
ing to law. tax deed will issue tnereon
on th" 3d day or July, A. v.. iiwo.
witness mv ofllolal signature and seal
this the 25th day of May, A. D. V.KH.
..11 .11 hh.Ktl rbl Ed.
Clmult Court Putnam Co.. Florida.
LOST Gold JI
Finder please lea
office.
orse tilioe
ave same at
Pin.
this
If vou want to get your moneys
worth: urn! a mind COLD knock
I sea
Clk.
Notice of Application For Per
mit to SOU liquors, nuin
and Beer.
rt ni.h.m has fll.,,1 With the
Board of County Cumin ssionera lor nullum
Comity, Fiona, ni. "
selL.li.-rs, ,
such election district may nhow imuims It V
there Be, m iiiorii ... ......... -
heM nn Tuesday the 4th any of .luly next, why
Uirk Board Co. Com. iulnmOo. Florida.
6",iiinir Rates Via A. C. L.
It vou contemplate visiting summer
. 4...1.A a.runlB Atlnnt.le flOaSt
resorus sue w" 1 -
Line and get all information with refer
ence to rates, routes, schedules and
Pullman servloe. Summer tourist rates
are now in effect to all the principal re
sort throughout the country with return
7. .i m,t tint.w have been an
num VUl"-" 1 ...
ounnced to all springs, mountain and sea
shore resorts. wrimnii'u .......
trip tickets are now on sale to resorts in
an Ordinance
To repeal an Orriinanoe passed in Open
Council on the ltiui way oi May, jv.
D. 11)05. and entitled "An Ordinance
to Grant to the Georgia Southern &
Florida Hallway Company a Franchise
and right of wny for Its Hallway Track
along a-"Fortiou of Laurel Btreet in
the City of Palatka, and to oporate Its
Tralus and Cars uiereon as a main
Line.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and City
Council of the Olty of PalatKa, Florida :
Section 1. That the Ordinance en
titled "An Ordinance to grant the Geor
gia Southern and Florida Hallway com
pany a franchise and right of way for its
railway track along a portion of Laurel
Street, In the city of Palatka, and to
operate its trains and oars thereon, as a
main line," which was passed in open
oouncil on the 16th day of May, A. D.
1905, be and the same is hereby repealoa.
Passed in open iouucn mis uuue uin,
1305. A. M. STEEN,
Attest : President City Council.
J. N. BLACKWELL,
rSeall Clerk tity Council.
Approved June 7, 1!)05.
Mayor.
The "Fiddle in Church.
The violin in church worship Is
evidently a new tiling in Jucksou,
Ga. But according to the Record of
that place, of the 9th Inst., a Palatka
yuiing lady has made it a pleasing
and lielplul innovation. Under the
caption of "The Truth Demonstrat
ed," the .Record says:
"One of the strong points in the
sermon of 11. Lacy Hoge last Sunday
was that God can take our weakest
point and under his direction make it
our strongest one. In other words,
the very instrument the devil liked
best, will be our strongest one for
good. Shortly after this idea was
thrown out the singing began and
Miss Halt Bond of Palatka, Fla., who
is a beautiful type of the most noble
of God's creation, a southern Chris
tian lady, began to play the violin in
the sweetest chord that ever re-echoed
in praise of God. Though she is
young yet her instrument obeys her
every touch and quivers the sound
then needed. This lias been the
most abused musical instrument on
earth. At every party the devil
chose the violin because it was the
sweetest and we had about aligned
it with pistol and bottle, but the good
lady knocked sucli notions out of us
on the first round. The instrument
the devil liked best can be used, un
der the direction of God, to accomp
lish great good."
This story reminds the editor of an
incident which happened in a large
northern city many .years ago. The
pastor of the leading Methodist
church was away and the pulpit was
being supplied by nn olu-fasliioned
circuit rider from the buck country.
In the organ loft was an orchestra
composed of a violin, bass viol and
other instruments. The old preacher
didn't like it. It disgusted him, and
that disgust was manifest when he
announced the first hymn ns follows:
"We will now fiddle and sing to the
glory of God the hymn." It was
in the tone of voice as much as in the
choice of words that showed the old
minister's disgust of a fiddle in
church.
But idens are evidently changing,
even in Georgia, and the News is
glad it remained for a Palatka young
lady to elevate the "iiddle" to its
proper place in Jackson Methodism.
Wedding Announcement.
Friends in this city of Mr. nnd Mrs.
David Clark Wheeler, who make
their winter homo at Federal Point,
have received invitation to the mar
riage of their daughter, Katherine
Emma, to Mr. Hoy Elliott Clark.
The ceremony will occur at the Park
Street Congregational iiliurch,
Bridgeport, Couu., at 6:80 Tuesday
evening, the 27th inst.
Cuban Diabhhoka.
U. S. soldiers who served In Cuba dur
ing the Spanish war know what this di
sease Is, and that ordinary remedies
havs little more effect than so much wa
ter. Cuban diarrhoea is almost as 'se
vere and dangerous as a mild attack of
cholera. There Is one remedy, however,
that can always be depended upon as
will be seen by the followlug certificate
fiom Mrs. Minnie Jacobs of Houston,
Texas : "I hereby certify that Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
ltemedy cured my husband of a severe
attack of Cuban alarrhoet, which he
brought home from Cuba We had sev
eral doctors but they did him no good.
One bottle of this remody cured him. as
our neighbors will testify. I thank God
for so valuablo a medicine." For sale
by Ackerman A Stewart.
Atlanta and Macon Excursion.
n Tnuarinv June 2llh. the Georela
Southern & Florida Railway will operate
one of Its oonular excursions to Atlanta
and Macon, Ga. Very cheap rates will
be In effect from raiama ana ueiguuoi-
.. .1 V -T1 T fill.
ing towns on me u. o. or, x. ay. i
rate from Palatka to Atlanta and return
will be oulv $5 50. and to Macon ana re
turn only t.50. Tickets will allow ex
nnrslonlsts to stay in Atlanta and Macon
three whole days. The excursion will
be handled from matKa on regular
train No. 2. leaving 6 M a. m., June 20.
TU.lo tvain will nonnent at Valdosta with
an excursion train ooming from Jack
sonville via the G. 8. & F. By., to which
a Pullman sleeper is atiacnea mat is u
be operated through to Macon and At
lanta. Through coaches will be operat
ed from Palatka to Macon ana Atlanta
Thn oxmirsion tralu is
scheduled to reach Macon at 6 :00 p. m
and Atlanta at n:w p m. ouihi
coaches will be furnished for a limited
..n,har nt the hut.t.er e'ass 01 ooioreu
people. This excursion is to oe promot
ed ana operaiea vy me u . j
nnA aniuitiil nrAnuratlons are beluff mado
for a most corafortablo and enjoyable
outing. Full particulars regarding tlek
to intna Bohedules. etc. will be fur-
nlchi.il minn arm linallon to J. H. Halllill
ton. Citv Ticket Agent, Palatka, or by
writing either J. H. Bafferty, District
Passenger Aneut, G. S. & F. By, 201 W.
Bay St.," Jacksonville, Fla., or O. B.
Bhodes.Gen. Pass. Agt Macon, Ga.
Putnam House Improvementr.
Contractors are now making esti
mates for building the new brick
block fcr the Messrs. Merryday on
the Lemon street lawn of the Put
nam House grounds, end within n
few days the co itract will he let.
The brick Is already beins hauled
to the site of the new building and
the grass is being taken up nnd the
ground leveled. The floors of the
new buildings will bo of cement and
level with Hie street, hence the nf
cesBity of taking up the grass to get
the proper level , Only Paint Ln con
tractors are bidding on the work.
The Messrs. Merryday have about
decided not to make I he contemplat
ed alteration to ill' Putnam House
this summer, bi t instead will ac
ahead with painting the entile build
ing, most of which has been ncci m
plished. The interior of the house is rapidly
being brought into shape for occu
pancy, and lliu Pul nam House will
certainly lie opened to the public
this winter.
An Outside Estimate.
Hiding ni an Atlantic Coast Line
train the other day were two south
Florida gentlemen. They wore en
gaged in talking good roads over
only tolenibly good cigars in the
smoking compartment.
One of them was from Orange
county and one from Tiunpa, The
latter nsked the Orange county man
if Putnam county was' doing any
thing for good roads. Here's the rt
Ply: "in, Putnam county isn't doing
anything for good roads rv anything
else that spells progress. The county
has not made an advance move in
twenty years, and its commissioners
are afraid to do anything for fear
they'll lose their jobs."
This is an actual conversation as
overheard by the editor of the News.
It is valuable only in that it ex
presses nn outside estimate, whether
just or undeserved, of Putnam coun
ty's past and present do-nothing
policy.
The speaker evidently did not
know that our county commissioners
passed a resolution to build a court
house at the May meeting and Dunk
ed in June.
"O, wad some power the gil'tie gle us.
To see ourselves as ithers see us."
Church Service Resumed.
Rev. F. H. Eichey, rector of St.
Marks church, who was called to
New York two weeks ago on account
of the death of his father, Kev. Dr.
Tlios. Ricliey, will retern to niorrov.'.
Services will be resumed on next Sun
day and the rector desires as full at
tendance ns possible. The order of
services will be, Holy Communion al
7:ill) and 11 a. m., with Litany and
sermon nt the latter service. Even
song at 7:30 p. in.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
Ti x Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
48H8, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Kelley
& Co., purchaser of Tax certincate
No. 425, dated I he 2d day of July, A D
1900, has filed said eertlllcate in my oi
nn. ami hus mado application for tax
deod to issue in accordance with law.
Said eertlllcate embraces the following
described property situated in Putnam
'county, Florida, towlt :
NeJ and nj of nw, section 16, town
ship 10, range 25240 acres.
The said lana Doing assesseu me
date of tlie Issuance of sur h certificate
In the namo of Fla. So. B. B. Co. Unlet-s
said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the 24th day of July, A. D.
1905.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 14th day of June, A. D., 1905.
Seal JOSEPH PBIOE,
Clk. Circuit Court Putnam Co. Florida
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that Kelley
A Co., purchaser of tax certlileate
No. 424, dated tne znu aay oi uij,
A n . 1900. has filed said certificate In my
office, and has made application for tax
deed to issue in accordance with law.
Said certificate embraces the following
desoribed property situated in Putnam
county, Florida, to wit :
NwJ of nwj section 15, township 10,
run i7 o 25 40 acres.
The said land being assessed atf the
date of the issuance of suoh certlileate in
thn name of Fla So. E. B. Co. Unless said
norilflnatA ahull be redeemed accordlna
to law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
24th day of Ju y, A O UH)5.
Witness my official signature and seal
this the 14th day of J une, a u vmo.
Seal JOSEPH PEICE,
Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam Co, Florida.
A. G. Hartrldge, states attorney of
Jacksonville, has tiled amotion in
the circuit court to disbar Otis K.
Parker, an attorney and member of
the firm of Clark, Parker & Hem
ming. Parker was formerly a promi
nent lawyer and mayor of Lake City.
It is alleged he tried to influence
Justice I. L Farris in selecting ju
rors for the Bradford murder case
bv submitting to the justice a list of
names from which to select jurors.
Parker is one of Bradford s attorney's.
Nniloanf Annllcatlon for Tax Deed Un
dor Section 8 of chapter 4888, Laws of
Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that Kelly
A Co.. purchaser of tax cortmcate so.
ii-. Hutoil the 2nd day of July, A. D.,
190J. has filed said certificate in my of-
fioe and has made application lor tax ueea
to issue in accordance with law. Said cer
tificate embraces the following described
property situated in I'utnaiu county
Florida, to-wit :
8 of sej and swj, section 9, town
adln 10. ranee 25240 acres.
The anld land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certlfieate
In the name of Unknown. Unless
said certificate Bhall be redeemed ac
cording to law, tax deed will Issue there
on on the xith day oi July A. v. iwju.
Witness my official signature and seal
this 14th day of June. A. i. lima
Seal juso.ru roiui.
NOTICE!
Notice Is herbv srivun Unit the f-rtlowinj: described lands will In sold at public auction on
the THIRD OA V OF JULY. A. U . !!.". at lUiatka. in tlmCoiiutv of I'litnam. or so much thereof
as wilt be necessary to pay the amount due fur Uixu herein set opposite to the same, together
wiuiiiiecokt oi such sale una uuvertisniff.
OWNER.
IM-SCKIPTION.
Fst. Cook Carlton ... S. W. quarter uf S. IS. ipiruter 15
R. P. Clayton Lot 3 2i
Mrs. E. B. Purttr S. half of 8. K. quarter of N. W. quarter 27
Wm, Ford S. half of S. W. quarter of S. W. quarter 29
Mrs. S. J. Strickland. E. h-lf uf N. W. quarter of S. W.
quarter 32
Horace Tirvnt K. h-ilf of N. W. quarter uf S. K. quarter 32
(hr T-f. Pfrhv ,...S. W. quarter of S. W. quarter 33
N. K. Whitcomb W. h If of N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter 34
M. Drippers S- K. quarter and S. li. quarter uf S. W.
quarter 0
L. Morse 2 acres in S. E. corner of N. W.
quarter of N. W. quarter uf N. W.
quarter 30
R. J, BuOt Lots 4 and 6 in block fl, Putnam Hall... 1
Putnam Hall Lumbei "
Co S. W. quarter of N. W. quarter and N.
W. quarter of S. W. quarter ...... 2
L B. Giles , N. V. acres of S. E. quarter of S.
W. qu tier 3
E. J. Whitney N. E. 6 acres of N. W. quarter of N. W.
quarter 10
Henry Christian . . . . 10 acres on W. side of N. E. quarter of
N. E. quarter H
Est. G. W. A. McRae. E. half of lot 2, lots 1, lo, it, E. half
and S. W. quarter of lot 12, K. half
and S. W. quarter of lot 0, N. half of
N. E. quarter of lot 18, N. half of
lot 10 and N. half of lot 20 ..
Est. G. W. A. McRae. S. W. quarter of N. W. quarter..
H 5
71 24" it) ff Iff
8 24 70 1 02
8 4 2D I 84
8 21 20 74
8 24 20 1 19
8 24 20 89
ft 24 40 2 22
8 21 20 1 10
8 27 200 8 6
d 27 SJ 1 49
1) 23 1 1 1)2
9 23 80 8 63
U 23 6 1 04
9 23 6 1 04
.9 23 10 1 04
. Lot 14,
. Part of S. W. quarter of N. E. quarter,.
.!?. E. quarter of S. E. quarter
, W. 8 acres uf N. half of N. E. quarter
of S. K. quarter and E. half of N. E.
quarter of N. W. quarter of N. E.
quarter
.In S. W. quarter of N. E. quarter ..
, E. half of S. E. quarter of N. W. quar
ter of S. W. quarter
. Lots 7 and 8, block 7, O. T
, Lots 2 and (J, block 12, O. T
Lots 5 and fl, block 11, O. T
, N. E. quarter of N. K. quarter
, N. VV. quarter nf N. E. quarter and N.
E. quarter of N. E. quarter
. S. half of S. half of S. E. quarter of
N. E. quarter
E. half of section, books Q and V, pases
2ii4 and 20t)
. 2 acres in N. W. quarter of N. E. quar
ter, book 34, page 510
, S. hatf uf S. W. quarter
, N. W. quarter
, Part of Entralgo Grant, book 24, page 543
. Part of Entrabco Grant, book 6, pae 425
, Part of L"t 1
N. E. quarter of S. E- quarter of S. W.
quarter
, 5 acres in S. E. quarle-of S. E. quarter
f S. E. quarter
, Part of J no. ILicrtaB Grant, book 8, page
K35
. Part of Juo. Hucrtas Grant, book V,
Begins to Shoot Up.
The work of building the new river
front depot of the O. H. & K , in Pa
latka was actively begun last week
and an army of ui isons are now lay
ing the walls which are rising rapid
ly. Brick is beinir brought in by
train load and is being uuio uled on
the ground. It U the purpose of the
company to push the building oper
ations rapidly from now on.
STATE NEWS IN TABLOID
Three recent attempts have been
made to burn the state reformatory
for whites at Marianna.
Gov. Broward has appointed E. A.
Crawford of Tail ihassee assistuui
state auditor and U. V. Clark ol
Blountstown, supervisor of CJiivict
camps.
IJ. H. Burton, formr deputy
clerk circuit court, I'ensaeola. has
been arrested for falsifying records,
embezzlement and forgery. He nd-
inits guilt.
The lanrest canninrr factory south
of Baltimore is now in operation at
Delrny. The capacity of the factory
is 60,000 tu o-piiuiul cans every twelve
hours. The company is capitalized
at $100,000.
The Supreme Court lias decided
that members of either branch oi
the legislature of 11105 are ineligible
to appointment to Hie board of con
trol pi'ivided for by the Bucknian
bill.
Who says a nigger can't get "jus
tice" in Florida? Jake Bradford, con
victed at Jacksonville of murder.
was given a new trial, when the Jury
disagreed. Bradford is alleged to
liave made several confessions, rtis
third trial will be held during the
November term.
The snecial grand Jury at Tampa
failed to iind a true bill against the
man Knapp who shot and killed Po
lice Captain Carter, nnd Knapp tins
been discharged from custody. Must
have been something in the evidence
not intended for the public.
J. L. Wheeler and Mary Hunter of
Tampa were arrested for disorderly
conduct while on a Tampa street
car. They wore lovers and only did
a little ' embracing and kissing.
When bronirht before the judge thai
olllmitl miirried I hem and discharged
thmn from custody. The couple
claimed they were on their way to
secure a mairiage Jicenso, and em
braced the opportunity ottered by
the car seat, to show their Joy at the
near approach of the wedding.
A Pennsvlvania syndicate has pur
chased S.oi'iO acres of timber lands in
Ih'Soto and Lee counties, south of
Pnnta "orda, for wlrich $150,000 was
paid. It is stated that the land was
purchased as an investment.
Just V hat Everyone Shotjld Do.
Mr. J. T. Burner of Irwlnvll'e, Ga.,
always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's
Oollo. Cholera and Dlarrhooa llenieriy
at hand leadv for Inctant use. Attack
of colic, cholera morbus and darrhoea
eorue on eo suddenly that there is 10
time to hunt a uo tor or go to the stor
for medi :lne. M r Berber says : "I have.
tried Chamberlain's nolle, helira and
Dl irrhoea llenn-riy which is one of the
beat mmtk'lueo I ever saw. I kwp
buttle of it in mv loom as I have had
several ateks nf oolic and it h8 prov
ed to be the fx st medicine I ever used."
Clerk CU Court Putnam County Florida, goi j by Ackerajan & Btewart.
S. 11. Merriman
Win. Smith . .
J. F. Cnrneely.
Milton Padpctt....
J. S. Lyun . .
E. tlcTInlT . . ..
A. P. Brandt .. .
J. I,. Davis .. .,
Itlmor Wood . . .
C. J. Guthrie . . .
O. H. Henderson
W. n. Voihib .. .
V. A. Whalcn....
W. 0. Chase . . .
II. A. Cannon . .
Helen M. Perry .
Walter f',. Chase .
A. I'. rieWitt ..
J. Pursley
L. K. FosKate . . .
liolha A. Green .
Edward Carey . .
Hasan & Clark .
David Nash .. .,
T White . . Part of Jno. Hnertas Grant
i B. LaLane Part of Jno. Huertas Grant, buok M,
pane 2ri!)
Aaron MeKitmey . . . . Part of Jno. Huertas Grant,' joining
Pinkston t Cole, book 3!, pace 274 ..
S. G. DcsRoches Part of Fleniming Grant, W. of St. Johns
river (Vertlier)
Est. C. W. A. MeKae. N. half of N. W. quarter
J. II. Monroe - S. half of N. W. quarter (except 1 aere
in S. W. corner of S. E. quarter of
N. W. quarter)
Est. G. W. A. McRae. Lots 1 and 2
Fcrnev White I.ot 15
Mfred Walker W. half of S. E. quarter
C. Grisby N. la acres of 1C. half of N. E. quarter
of N. W. quarter, and in N. E. quarter
of S. W. quarter of N. W. quarter,
and all S. F. quarter of N. W. quarter
(except S. W. corner to Walker) ....
C. Geter N. half nf S. W. quarter of N. E. quar
ter of N. W. quarter
II. W. Walker Alt uf S. W. quarter of N. W. quarter
(except N. E. corner to Grisby), and
in S. W. corner of S. E. quarter of
N. W. quarter
f'r.lvinwn . W. qiirtrter of S. W. quarter
TI. S. Cunningham . S. E. quarter of S. W. quarter
Joseph M'Jiirw .. . . N. 12 acres of E. 15 acres of N. W.
quarter of S. W. quarter
Lott Monroe X. W. quarter of N. W. quarter of S.
W. quarter
J. II. Monroe N". half of S. W. quarter of S. W. quar
ter Est. Rnbt. S wain . . I.ot 1 and W. half of N. E. quarter . .
na'-id Smith Lots 43 and 24 and E. half of Lot 13...
Richard Jackson . . . W. half of S. W. quarter of S. W. quar
ter Unknown . . All of lot ti (except ' 2'i acres in N, E.
corner lo Est. Sant'l. Thompson)
Sunipter Tutson . . . . H. S:i acres of N. W. quarter of N. W.
quarter .
Sam'!. Mann 3 acres in S. E. corner of N. W. quar
ter of S. E. quarter of N. E. quarter..
Will Davis 4 54 acres in N. E. corner,of S. W. quar
ter of S. E. quarter of N. K. quarter
Fst. S-.m'l. Thimpson. N. F.. 2t) acres of lot a
Richard Tackson .. ..Lot 8
Est. Isaac Monroe
half of N. E. quarter
Moiroff Rrotheis &
Overby
Ed-.r Masonic Lotlcn
No. Sill
N. fl acres of E.
of N. W. quai
i acre in S. W. quarter of S. W. quar
ter of m. w. quarter
Est. C. Ridgcrs
J. C. Valentine
ttichard Jackson
1 acre in S. W. corner of S. W. quarter
of N. W. quarter
Jasper Johnson AP of W. half of N. W. quarter ' of S.
W. q-iarter (except to Lovelace and
Cooper), cen. 5 acres of E. half of S.
W. charter of S. W. quarter, and all
unsold parts of S. W. quarter of S.
VV. quarter
Lot 17. Avtrv survey
S. half of S. half (less S. E. quarter of
S. W. quarter of S. E. qtiarter(.. ..
N. W. quarter of N. E. quarter of N. W.
quarter, w. half of .M. I'., quarter of
N. E. quarter, !v W. quarter ot A. E.
quarter of N. E. quarter
Wr. S. Cooper & Bro.. Block 10, McMeckin
W. S. Cooper & Bro..N. W. quarter and S. half of block 21,
McMcekm
T. E. Cooper .. . . .. Blocks 2(1, 27, 28 and E. fifth of 25, Me-
Alex. Pruitt ,
L. E. Meucs
A. P. DeWitt
G. W. A. Mcliae, .ft
Mays ? .,
Lot 4
N. E. quarter of S. E. quarter
S. E. quarter, E. half of S. W. quarter.
It) 0 S3 220 6 80
211 9 23 40 2 88
20 9 23 19A 1 19
23 9 23 20 1 91
4 9 24 40 75
8 9 24 11 J 23
8 9 24 ii 60
10 9 24 S 1 10
11 9 24 10 22
14 9 84 IS I 93
14 9 24 10 1 87
14 9 24 S 80
20 9 24 40 1 98
21 9 24 80 S 10
29 9 24 40 1 83
6 9 as 10 1 04
27 9 20 240 6 16
32 9 2 S 1 08
34 9 2 80 4 63
35 9 20 100 8 80
37 9 2(1 25 1 92
37 9 20 18J4 1 19
1 9 27 St', 89
7 9 27 10 90
0 9 27 6 1 64
48 9 27 10 1 19
48 9 87 8 1 04
48 9 27 in', 1 63
48 9 27 87 1 98
48 9 27 .. 1 49
61 9 27 80 8 84
2 10 23 80 1 93
2 10 23 70 8 58
3 10 23 80 1 63
0 10 23 40 1 lfl
12 10 28 SO 1 98
12 10 83 55 8 18
12 10 23 5 1 04
13 111 23 40 8 63
13 10 23 40 1 19
14 10 23 40 1 93
15 10 23 12 1 49
15 10 83 10 1 04
15 10 23. 20 1 49
15 10 23 148V5 8 89
18 10 23 100 8 8
20 10 23 20 1 49
20 10 23 53.118 1 93
20 10 23 83 1 19
20 10 23 8 90
20 10 23 4J4 1 34
20 10 23 26 1 93
21 10 23 40 1 91
22 10 28 6 1 19
23 10 S3 'A 1 49
23 10 83 1 I 98
1
23 10 83 S24 8 S
24 10 23 10 8
24 10 83 150 8 69
' 25 lfl S3 40 8 09
. 88 10 83 .. 1 04
' 29 lfl 83 ... 1 63
. S!) 10 S3 .. 8 96
. 30 lfl S3 .. 1 19
. 33 10 S3 40 1 19
. 30 10 S3 840 4 13
N. half of Entralgo Grant (except to Ty
ler & price) . . . . 37
II. E. Anderson . . . . S. W. quarter of S. W. quarter 2
C. S. Mason Vv quarter of X. W. quarter 8
II. E. Anderson . . . . ltloeks 24, 25 and 20. Mariner's Lake. . 8-10
T. C. Gi.ss Hlock SO, Mariner's Lake 810
II. R. llordcrn . . . . W. half of S. W. quarter of S. E. quarter 8
Hartford Trust Co..,S. W. quarter of S. E. quarter of S. E.
quarter 9
It. E. Anderson .. . . N. half of lot D, Mariner's Lake .. ..10
Smith & Chadburn . . , W. half of N. W. quarter of S. W. quar.
tor of N. E. quarter 15
II. Mulligan 2 acres in N. W. corner of N. W. quar
ter of N. E. quarter 15
R. II. llrown N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter 16
I). & R. Young . . . . That part of E. half lying N. of Fla. So.
Ry. and S. of Young street, Interla
clien lfl
I). & R. Young . . . . That part of W. half lying N. of railroad
and known as D. & R. Young Grove
property 16
Mary ' E. Long . . . , E. three-quarters of E. half of S. W.
quarter of N. W. quarter .22
C. W. Gillctt N. half of S. W. quarter of N. W. quar
ter .' 23
J. C. Valentine .. . . E. hMf of section 20
A. A. King N. W. quarter of S. W. quarter 27
Unknown .1 E. HH acres of S. half of N., E. quar.
ter of S. W. quarter .27
II. M. Stcarn .. ..... alf of S. half of N. E. quarter, of
N. E. quarter 88
L. M. Kilbouru . . . . S. E. quarter of N. W. quarter and S.
W. quarter nf N. E. quarter 84
L. I.. Metres' S. half of S. E. quarter as
T. G. Kodharp .. .. niocks 25, 32 and S7, Tlolllster lfl
J. D. Cstejen S. E. quarter of S. W. quarter and S.
W. quarter of S. E. quarter 17
Davis & Valentine . . Lot 5, block 1 .. 1
M. K.'Mauker .. ., Part of N. half of N. V. quarter, book
. . ' S3. Page 1"
A. Cottington parl of N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter
, book W, page 1S3
Richard Bortlctt . . . . pn 0f s. W. quarter of S. E. quarter,
, hook 8, page 39 ,
Reuben Evans m. E. quarter of N. E. quarter of S. E.
quarter
T. W. Hancock .. .. N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter of S. E.
quarter, bunk so, page H7
W. R. S. S. DeWit S. E. quarter of S. W. quarter of S. W.
quarter . . 10
Est. J. H. Saloewsky. Tart of E. half of N. W. quarter, book
S. pare 0 11
V V. Fletcher .. . . S. E. quarter of S. E. un-ncr 11
Fst. TV Shctly .. W. half of E. half of N. W. quarter .. 11
Frn-k W. Smith .. ..1 acre, book 84. par 6S7 .. 14
Andrew Jackson .. ..ft acres n S half of N. W. quarter of N.
. quarter 14
(Continued on td page)
1
a
8
8
10
10
10
lfl
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10 '
10
10
10
10
in
10
10
10
10
83
S4
84
24
94
24
84
24
.24
4
84
84
84
84
84
84
84
24
84
25
85
90
86
86
26
26
8
86
S
880
40
40
iii
80
a
40
45
15
SO
820
40
UJ4
10
80
80
1
0
40
10 to
S 46
1 19
1 04
1 "8
74
89
1 04
60
1 49
1 04
4 IS
1 79
1 63
1 4
T 07
1 93
1 19
t 83
8 S3
1 93
1 48
a S3
1 19
1 84
1 49
09
a 93
1 OS
1 59
M
8 51
21
74
1 49
New England tfrnuirj.
out, use rook's Fine Tr Syrup

xml | txt