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new series vol. xiii, no. 26.
J'ALATKA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30 1905.
$1. Per Year.
For Sale-Houses, Lots, Vacant Lots and anything in Real Estate. H. M. de MontmoIIin.
These are hot times and we have made
for the purpose of clearing out the sum
mer stock in our big store.
Everything that MEN and BOYS WEAR is now
being sold cheapAwfully Cheap. We are
going to clean out our summer stock
while there is yet demand for the goods.
The Values Are
Fearnside Clothing Company,
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We . make a specialty of Watch Repairing and
Guarantee accurate work. Our prices are
low. Bring us your watch, and while here
look over our new line of Jewelry and Bric-a-Brac.
Everything is New.
C. J. SMITH,
Next to Kupperbusch's Restaurant. Palatka
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You Are Eligible to Attend
The Annapolis or West Point
If you are au unmarried American boy bo
ween the ages of 17 and 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 Bervlce.
Further particulars for four one cent stamps
H. I. PHILLIPS, WilC, II.
We are receiving daily, New
and Fresh Groceries of all
kinds, i We have the most
complete stock of New Goods
iu the following lines than we
have ever had :
Fancy Dried ami Evaporated
Host brands of Canned Goods
Fruits, Vegetables, Fish, Meats,
Cereals, Ilrenkfast Foods, Entire
Wheat Flour, Graham Flour,
Yellow Corn Meal. Teas,
Coffees and Spices,
Crackers and Cakes,
Hams, Shoulders. Breakfast
Bacon, Sausage, Figs Feet,
Best New Florida and
ar.d everything usually kept
in a first-class Grocery Btore.
Call mid km nc vnn will be surprised
to II nd that we sell best qualityat
such low prices.
L. C. STEPHENS,
Klrby sod Morris Sts., Palatka. Fl.
Furnished flat tor llgnt hnusekeep
ig. and furnished rooms, address,
P O Box G03, Palatka. 8-2-tf
Special Commissioner's Sale.
PURSUANT to an order and decree of sale,
made June 2fllh, A. I)., l'JOS, by the Hon. J.
T. Willi. Judge of rhe Circuit Court in and for
Putnam County, Florida, Iu Chancery, in the
mutter of tile petition of G. Loper Bailey and
Edward S Criil, as Administrator of the estate
of ANNIE 1). LOl'EK, deceased, to sell the
following lands of said estate tor the purpose
of distribution of the proceeds thereof. I will
offer, at nubllo sale, to the highest and best
bidder, for cash, In front of the front door of
the uourt House, iu raiauta, ruiuam uouuiy,
MONDAY, THE 7th DAY OF AUGUST, 1905,
during the lega4 hours of aa'e, the following
real estate situate iu rutnam uouiuy, norma,
MAll of an undivided one-half Interest" In
and to that tract of laud known and described
upon the map of the City of Palatka, In Put
nam County, Florida, as boginnlng at the
NOHTHKAHT cnrnoroi rjixjtft iu, auu run
ning thence KOUTH. along Went side of JONK8
STKKIOT, FIFTY foot; thence WK8T, parallel
With OKANUKSTKKKT.OMKHUSDKEI" "":
Ulelloe flUKlM, parallel wuu juam oinr.E.1,
fii.iv feet. toORANOE HTKKKT: thence along
SOUTH side of ORANOE STREET, ONE HUN
DRED feet, to beginning, and oelug a lot ot
laud In the Northeast aoruer of Lot ft, of said
bluca IBS, in said city.' "
J. N. BLACKWKLL.
a E. HASKELL,
Counsel for Pel lllonera. (KM-lt
In coubt of oocntt jcdok, in and fob
putnam county, flobida.
Minnie Summers, .
single woman I Assumpsit.
vs. Damages zo.w.
John Calhoun. J
Atlantic Coast tine Railroad Oo.,
t. i,,i,n Ailhonn thA defendant in tho
u..u 1 -
above entitled cause, ana an oiner per-
uim n inT.ATMHL ' i iuareDsrsuvreuuum
to appear to the above styled action on
ika 7,h itau nt AniriiRfc A. D . IdOfi. and
herein to fall not or Judgment will be
entered against you Dy aeiauii.
nw.m tinder niv hand and seal at Pal
atk,. this Srith day of June. A. 1). 1905.
iu.ll M. I. COXE.
6 W-fit County Judge.
SEVEN ROOMS for rent cheap.
Inquire, Dr. It. Jfc. twugiass, v,ur
6th and Orange sts.
AN .(IK DIN AN CE
To repeal an Ordinance passed in Open
Council on the lrjth day or May, A.
D. 11105. and entitled "An Ordinance
to Grant to the Georgia Southern &
Florida liailvvay Company a Franchise
and right of way for Its Hallway Track
along a Portion of Laurel Street In
the City of Palat ka, and to operate Its
Trains and Cars thereon as a Slain
Be It ordained by the Mayor and City
Council of theClty of Palatua, Florida :
Section 1. That the Ordinance en
titled "An Ordinance to grant the Geor
gia Southern and Florida Hallway Com
pany a franchise aud right or way ior its
railway track along a portion of Laurel
Street, in the oity of Palatka, and to
operate Its trains and oars thereon, as a
main line," whloh was passed in open
council on the 16th day of May, A. D.
1905, be and the same Is hereby repealed.
Passed iu open uouuen tnis dune bin,
1905. A. M. STEEN,
Attest : President City Council.
J. N. BLACKWELL,
fSeall Clerk City Courcil.
Approved Juno 7, 1905.
Notice of application for Tax Deed un
der section 8 of chapter 48S, Laws or
Notice is hereby elvon that R. B.
McLeod, purchaser of tax certlilcate
No. 889, dated the 3d day of July, A. D.
1889, has tiled said certlilcate iu my off
ice, and has made application for tax
deed to Issue in accordance with law.
Said oertlfleato embraces the following
described property sltuatedjn Putnam
county, Florida, to-wlt :
SeJ of swj, section zo, lownsuip la,
range 26 40 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the Issuance of such certificate
in the name of S. N. Gautier. Unless
said certliltate shall be redeemed accord
ing to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 3d day of July, A. D.. 1905.
Witness my otflclal signature aim seal
this the 25th day Of May, A. 1). 190.
seal JOSEPH PBICE,
Clk. Clroult Court Putnam Co., Florida.,
If vou want to get your moneys
worth; and see a good COLD knock
out, use Peek's Pine Tar Syrup
Mr. Wall H&i Enough.
TT.in Tnlin P. Wall of Putnam
Hall, who has served this county for
a decade In the lower branen or tiie
Infricliir.iirA. hua -Rtntf'tl ovur his own
diirimfiiro that Iia will nnl nirnln ha
a candidate for legislative honors.
He also iiiiuie tins sMuenienc ireeiy
on the. Btreets when iu Palatka some
three or four weeks ago.
Mr. Wall, along with other capi
talists, will engage iu the promotion
of a railway to be known as the
Newburg, Melrose & Ilochelle R. R.
Mr. Wall will be the vice president
of the company, w hich has already
applied -to the' Governor for letters
I t is possible that the retirement of
Mr. Wall may make au opening for
that old campaigner and hero of a
hundred battlefields I hn Honorable
James Macgillictidilye Chesser of
Death of a Good Man.
Hiram Calkins, a prominent far
mer 'ana one or tno best loveu citi
zens of Floriihome was buried from
tho llnioii church at that place last
Sunday. Mr. UalKins Uleil at the
home of his brother, E. H. Calkins,
at Iowa Falls, lowa, on tiie 21st hint.
He went to Chicago some time ago
to have an operation performed on
his eyes. This operation weakened
him aud lie gradually declined un
til (lentil claimed him, hs above
stated. His funeral was largely at
tended, and the serviue was conduct
ed By Rev. Mr. Simons. The follow
ing obituary is taken from the Citi
zen, of Iowa Falls :
"Hiram Calkins was boru iu Dole
van, Wisconsin, on September 8,
1MB. In 1847 he went with his par
ents to New YOrk state, where they
remained eight years. Returning to
Wisconsin, they settled at Wausau,
where he lived witli his parents un
til December 1803. At that lime he
enlisted in the Eighth Wisconsin
Uattery of Light Artillery where he
served until the close of the war.
in 1H(S0 he with his parents aud
brother, E. R., came to this place,
settling on a farm three miles east
of town, where they remained until
1878, when he with his parents
moved to Farmville, Virginia.
"In 1885 lie was married to Miss
Addio Shaw, formerly of Frauklin
county, lowa, who died one year
ago. To this union one child was
born, dying m infancy. lve years
ago, he with his wile and mother,
moved to Florahome, Florida, which
place has since been their home. He
is survived by one sister, Mrs. Alban
Clark, of Princeton, Wisconsin, and
one brother, E. R. Calkins, at whose
home he died, June 21, l'JOu, and
where the funeral services were
held at 2:30 o'clock, June 22ud.
"He was formerly a member of tne
First Baptist church of this place,
and always lived a consistent Chris
tian Hie. The remains will be snip
ped to Florahome, where interment
will take place, li. li. uiilKins win
accompany the remains."
Enjoyed Himself Here.
Wilev W. Lee, the Oviedo man
who committed suicide in Jackson
ville Tuesday afternoon, spent Sat
urday, Sunday and Monday at the
Saratoga Hotel in this city, where he
registered with Irene KUerby as
"Wilev W. Lee and wife." The
couple conducted themselves very
properly while here, but seemed to
Oe enjoying eacn otner s society.
I'hev left on Monday afternoon for
During Monday forenoon Lee tele
graphed to Oviedo for money, which
he received. When the couple left
the hotel a note was found, which in
timated that he intended soon to
quit this world and try the climate
of the next. The note has been destroyed.
The narty came down on the same
steamer from New York with Mr.
Jacobson of tiie Saratoga, and when
they registered Saturday he recog
nized them. It was while stopping
at the Saratoga that the woman
learned that Lee had a wile and
three children living at Oviedo. Her
nformatioii came through the re
mark of a man who knew Lee, aud
who asked him how his wile and
children were. She says he. was
only prevented from suicide while in
ins room nt tne Saratoga ny ner
knocking the glass containing the
powder out of his hands as he was
preparing to drink it.
Is Well pleased.
M. S. Brown, whose pretty cloth
ing store on Lemon street has at
tracted so much favorable comment
from citizens and visitors, expresses
himself as well pleased with the
substantial evidence of approval lie
nas receiveu at me nanus oi .ine
buying public. Mr. Brown states
that his business has shown a won
derful increase aud greatly in excess
of his expectations.
'Yes'ser," said the enthusiastic Pa-
liitkan, "this city is getting a hump
on itself now sure 'nuf. These sew-
rs are only the beginning. Soon as
the system is completed the bond
trustees are going to nave Lemon
street, and there will follow other
improvements, such as water works,
motor street cars, etc. Tho towu is
"What material you going to use
for your Lemon street pavement?"
asked the stranger.
STATE NEWS IN TABLOID
Services at St. Marks.
During July the Sunday servises
at St. Marks church ill be as fol
lows: Holy Communion at 7:30 a.
ni.; short morning prayer and ser
mon at 11 a. m ; evening prayer aim
sermon at 7:30 p. in. The Sunday
school will close J uly 30th until fur
ther notice. .
Palatka. Takes Both Games.
The Palatka base ball club played
games at Fernandina on Wednesday
aud Thursday with the crack team
of that city, and the Palatka boys
won both games.
Wednesday's game required eleven
Innings, resulting in a seore of 6 to 5.
Thursday's game was won by the
closer score of 3 to 2. .
'Rah for Palatka.
Tne contest will be renewed next
week on the Palatka grounds. The
Fernandina team will arrive here on
the morning of the Fourth, and there
will be a game that afternoon. The
second game will be on Wednesday
afternoon. There will be big crowds
and interesting games are assured.
Jcst What Evebyonb should Do.
Mr. J. T. Burber of Irwlnvllle, Ga.,
always keeps a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea lleinedy
at hand ready for instant use. Attacks
of colic, cholera morbus and darrhoea
come on so suddenly that there Is no
time to hunt a doctor or go to the store
for mediaiue. Sir. Barber says : "I have
tried Chamberlain's Colic, ( holer and
DUrrhoca Kemedy which is one of the
best medicines I ever saw. I keep a
bottle of it In my room as I have bad
several attacks of oollc and it has prov
ed to be the best medicine I ever used."
Sold by Ackerman A Stewart.
Pensacola's Jim Crow street car
law will be enforced beginning with
Tho store of R. O. Bass at High
Springs lias been destroyed by fire.
In o insurance.
Goodail postotllce has been chang
ed to Daytona Beach. The town
name was changed some time ago.
Charles Patterson and Simon Rob
erts, negroes, engaged in a knife
duel at Fort Pierce. Paterson was
badly cut up.
S. B. Keaggin who Rhot and killed
J. H. Norman near Brooksville last
week has been captured and turned
over to the authorities.
D. H. Huckeby and H. S. Richard
of Cleveland, Flu., have just return
ed from the Panama canal. They
say its too hot for them there.
Chas. Floyd, a prison guard for R.
F. Skinner's convict camp at Hagan,
has been arrested at the instance of
his employer for grand larceny.
Samuel and I. H. Wilder, accused
of assassinating Oscar Branneii near
Plant City two weeks ago have
been released pending the assem
bling of the grand jury on $5,000 bail.
The Tampa Bay hotel and grounds
are now the property of the city' of
Tampa, and under control of the
board of public works. The price
paid for the property was $125,000.
The property cost $3,000,000.
Andrew Booth, a white man serv
ing three months iu the Alachua
county chain gang made a dash for
liberty last week. He was ordered
to halt three times; failing to obey
he was shot and died instantly.
John Davis a white man and sober,
killed a rattlesnake near Uulf Ham
mock, Levy county, the other day
that measured 13 feet 7-a' inches in
length and had 3C rattles and a but
Crescent Beach, near St. Augus
tine, is a comparatively new resort
but the place has a promising future
before it. The location is said to be
an ideal one, easy of access to St.
Three children of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Suarez of Pensacola were
drowned Tuesday eveuing while
bathing in Bayou Chico. The oldest
was a girl of 14 and the youngest a
boy of six. They were carried out
by the undertow.
A. J. Gohagan a woods rider for
the Yaeger & Saucer turpentine
camp iu Wakulla county was mur
dered by a negro at the commissary
last Saturday. Tne negro was aiter
wards killed by men in the commissary.
Mrs. Reed, wife of Sam Reed of
Tampa attempted suicide with a pis
tol in her home last Friday. Mrs.
Reed is 30, comely aud is despond
ent over fancied wrong doings of her
husband. She shot herself In the
head, but wound is not dangerous.
Says she will try it again with bet
Edward Fitzgerald lias retired as
editor of the Bartow Courier-Informant,
which lie has made one of the
ablest papers in the state. Mr. Fitz
gerald goes to Mississippi to engage
in newspaper work. His successor
at Bartow is lien. E. M. Law, who
was the youngest commissioned
Confederate brigadier general. Uen.
Law has had newspaper experience
and is an able writer.
Wiley W. Lee of Oviedo, Orange
county, committed suicide in his
room at the Ericksoji hotel, Jack
sonville, last Tuesday He took the
morphine route. Was at the hotel
with a strange "lady." Left a note
for Ills father and Ins wife, bequeath
ing the latter a number of nice debts
with the request that she pay. Said
he was tired of this world aud want
ed to get to tiie next.
Chas. E. Davis and his daughter,
Elsie, living four miles out from
Miami were found murdered iu their
beds Monday morning. The murder
had been committed on Saturday
night. Both had been shot. Fine
people. News received with horror
at Miami. No clue. Davis was
well-known nurseryman. Daughter
was lovely young lady and popular.
The citizens of Miami have offered a
reward of $750, the Merchants Associ
ation, $250, and the Elks $200, for ap
prehension of the murderers.
Capt. H. Y. Snow has returned
from Louisville, where he attended
the Confederate reunion.
Mrs. Jas. Greenwood of Cocoanut
Grove, formerly of Sisco. was in Pal
atka Thursday, en route to ner oia
home for a visit.
Gov. Broward has annointed E. B.
Lane of Putnam Hall census enu
merator for Putnam county, to take
the state census.
The concert at the Armory last
night for the benefit of infant class
of the Methodist Sunday school was
a great success despite the inclement
weather. The program was made up
of vocal and instrumental music,
recitations, etc., ending with a laugh
able dialogue entitled ' Gossip." All
the participants did much credit to
the parts portrayed. Refreshments
Notice is hereby Riven that the fllowin); de-icrlbud hinds will be sold at public auction on
tlieTHlBODAVOFJULV A1. O , 19,)S. at t'ulutka. In tiiu county of Puluaui, or ao much thereof
as will be necessary to nay the am U'it due tor tuxen herein sut opposite to the same, together
will) the cost of such sale and advertising.
Horace Bryant .
Chas. IT. Dcrliv
N. K. Wliitcomb.
M. Drigwcrs . . .
Kst. Cook Carlton . . . S. W. quarter of S. IC. quarter .. ..... 15
R. 1). Clayton Lot 8 si
Mrs. E. H. Porter . . S. half of S. E. quarter of N. W. quarter 47
Win. Ford S. Iialf of S. W. quarter of S. W. quarter !
Mrs. S. J. Strickland. E. Iialf of N. W. quarter of S. W.
E. half of N. W. quarti r of S. E. quarter 3&
, S. W. quarter of S. W. quarter 3:i
p W. half of N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter 31
't S. E. quarter and S. E. quarter of S. W.
quarter , 9
ifj-i acres in S. E. corner of N. W.
quarter of N. W. quarter of N. W.
11. J. Hutler Lots and C in.blotk 0, Putnam Hall 1
Putnam Hall Lumber .. , , ,
Co b. W. quarter of N. W. quarter and N.
W. quarter of S. W. quarter 2
L. B. Giles N. W. , acres of S. E. quarter of S.
W. quarter 8
E. J. Whitney N. K. acres of N. W. quarter of N. W.
quarter . . . . jo
Henry Christian . . . . 10 acres on W. side of N. E. quarter of
N. E. quarter .. 14
Est. C. W. A. XrcRae. K- ha,f "f 3. Iuts 1, 1", 11, E. half
and S. W. quarter of lot 12, K. half
and S. W. quarter of Jot 0, N. half of
N. E. quarter of lot IS, X. half of
lot ID and N. half of lot 20 10
S. W. quarter of N. W. quarter . . . ' .. SO
' Lot 14, Kcadlc & McKae tract 20
I Part of S. W. quarter ef N. E. quarter.. 23
, N. E. quarter uf S. E. quarter 4
W. 8 acres of N. half of N. E. quarter
of S. E. quarter and E. half of N. K.
quarter of N. W. quarter of N. E.
In S. W. quarter of N E. quarter ! . 8
E. half of S. E. quarter of N. W. quar-
... ... ... i
E. ricHoff Lots 7 and 8, block 7, O. T n
Est. O. W. A. McRa
S. B. Merrintan- . .
Win. Smith .. ..
J. F. Corneely
R. E. Padgett . .
J. S. Lyon
Lots -t ana , block 12. o. T 14
Lots 5 and , block II, O. T 14
Lot 4, block 5, O. T 14
N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter .. .. ! ! 30
.V. W. quarter of N. E. quarter aud N.
E. quarter of X. E. quarter 21
S. V. quarter of S. W. quarter 2
S. half of S. half of S. E. quarter of
r.. quarter 5
W. C. Chase E. half of section, books Q and V, uaees
204 and 2011 97
2 acres in N. W. quarter of N. E. quar
- tcr, book 84, page 61u sa
a. nan ot a. vv. quarter
. P. liratidt ..
J. L. Davis .. .
Elmer Wood , . .
0. J. Guthrie .. .
O. II. Henderson
W. P. Young .. .
W. A. Whalen....
H. A. Cannon
Helen M. Perry
Walter G. Chase
A. P. HcWilt .,
J. Purslev . . , .
L. E. Posgate ..
Botha A. Green
. Part of Entralgo Grant, hook 24, page 64.1 37
, Part of Entralgo Grant, book tl, page 425 ::7
, Part of I.ot 1 1
N. E. quarter of S. E. quarter of S. W.
Edward Carey B acres in S. E. quancof S. E. quarter
of S. E. quarter 9
Hagan & Clark . . .. Part of Jno. Huertas Grant, book 8, page
David Nash Part of Jno. Huertas Grant, book V,
page 217 48
L. White Part of Jno. Huertas Grant 48
P. B. LaLane Part of Jno. Huertas Grant, book M,
page 279 4g
Aaron MeKtnney . . . . Part of Jno. Huertas Grant, joining
Pinkston & Cole, book 85, page 274 .. 48
S. G. DesRoches .... Part of Flemming Grant, W. of St. Johni
river (Verdier) 51
Est. G. W. A. McRae. N. half of N. W. quarter
J. H. Monroe S. half of N. W. quarter (except 1 acre
in S. W. corner of S. E. quarter of
N. W. quarter) a
Est. G. W. A. McRae. Lots 1 and 8 ft
Ferney White Lot 15 a
C. Geter .. ..
II. W. Walker
C Grisby N. 15 acres of E. 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. E. quarter of N. W. quarter
(excenr S. W. corner rt Wnllrrt -to
. N. half of S. W. quarter of N. E. quar.
ter of N. W. quarter lj
. All of S. W. quarter of N. W. quarter
icxcepr . e,. corner to ijrisby), and
in S. W. corner of S. E. quarter of
N. W. quarter 12
Unknown N. W. quarter of S. W. quarter IS
II. S. Cunningham . S. E. quarter of S. W. quarter 14
Joseph Mourje .. . .N. 12 acres of E. 15 acres of N. W.
quarter of S. W. quarter 15
Lott Monroe N. W. quarter of N. W. quarter of S.
W. quarter 15
J. U. Monroe N. half of S. W. quarter of S. W. quar-
Est. Robt. Swain ..tot 1 and W. half of N. E. quarter ..15
David Smith Lots 23 and 24 and E. half of Lot 13... 18
Richard Jackson .. . W. half of S. W. quarter of S. W. quar
Unknown All of lot 2 (except 2tl acres in N. E.
corner to Est. Sam'l. Thomison . . . . 911
. E. 23 acres of N. W. quarter of N. W.
, 2 acres in S. E. corner of N. VV. quar
ter of S. E. quarter of N. E. quarter.. 20
Vi acres in X. E. comer of S. W. quar-
Sani'l. Maun . .
Will Davis .. ..
Est. Sam'!. Thompson. N. E. 20 acres of lot 2
Richard Jackson .. ..Lot 8
l-.st. Isaac .Monroe . :n. 0 acres of h. half of N. E. quarter
of N. W. quarter 22 10
Monroe Brothers &
Overby 'x acre in S. W. quarter of S. W. quar
ter of N. W. quarter
r.ogar masonic i.ooge
No. 201 , 1 acre in S. W. corner of S. W. quarter
of N. W. quarter
Jasper Johnson All of W. half of N. W. quarter of S.
W. quarter (except to Lovelace and
Cooper), cell, fi acres of E. half -of S.
W. quarter of S. W. quarter, and all
unsold parts of S. W. quarter of S.
v. quarter .. ..
I.ot 17. Avcrv survev
S. half of S. half (less S. E. quirtcr of
S. W. quarter of S. E. quasterf . .
N. W. quarter of N. E. quarter of N. W.
quarter, N. half of N. E. quarter of
X. K. quarter, S. W. quarter of N. E.
quarter of N. E. quarter
Block 111. McMcckin
W. S. Cooper & Bro. . N. W. quarter and S. half of block 21,
D. E. Cooner Blocks 211. 27. 28 and E. fifth of 25. Me.
Alex. I'ruitt Lot 4
I L. Megps V. E. quarter of S. E. quarter
A. P. DeVVitt S. E. quarter, K. half of S. W. quarter.. 36 10
G. W. A. McRae &
Mays half of Entralgo Grant (except to Ty-
ier & nricei S7 1ft
. W. quarter of S. VV. quarter 2 10
N. W. quarter of N. VV. quarter 8 10
8 24 40 SI 19
8 24 70 1 V
8 24 211 1 84
8 24 211 74
8 24 20 1 19
8 24 20 89
8 24 40 S 23
8 24 2(1 1 IS
8 27 200 8 69
8 27 iii 1 49
9 23 1 1 92
9 23 80 63
0 23 , 6 1 04
9 23 6 1 04
9 23 16 1 04
9 23 220 6 80
9 23 40 2 86
9 23 IB) 1 19
9 23 20 1 2
U 24 40 2 75
9 24 11 f 28
24 y, 60
9 24 5 1 10
9 24 10 2 m
9 24 10 2 03
9 24 10 1 8T
9 24 6 60
9 24 40 1 92
24 80 8 10
9 24 40 1 33
9 25 10 1 04
9 20 210 16
9 26 2 1 08
!) 26 80 4 63
26 inn 2 80
9 26 25 1 92
9 211 18tf 1 19
U 27 2, 89
9 27 10 90
9 27 6 1 04
9 27 10 1 19
9 27 8 1 04
97 ltyi 1 63
9 87 87 1 93
!7 .. 1 49
9 27 80 8 84
10 28 80 1 83
10 23 79 t 59
10 23 80 1 63
10 23 40 1 19
10 23 80 1 93
10 23 ES 8 13
10 28 S 1 04
10 23 40 2 53
10 23 40 1 19
10 23 40 1 92
10 23 12 1 49
16 23 10 1 04
10 23 20 1 49
10 23 148 8 89
111 23 100 8 89
10 23 20 1 49
10 23 . 53.68 1 93
10 23 23 1 19
10 23 2 90
1" 23 Y, 1 84
10 23 26 1 99
111 23 40 1 91
Est. C. Rodgers
J. C Valentine
W. S. Cooper & Bro.
IL E. Anderson
C. S. Mason ..
H. E. Anderson
J. CX.oss .. ..
II. K. Honlcrn
. Blocks 24, 25 and 20. Mariner's Lake.. 8-10 10
U. 8. 8' Idlers who served In Cuba dur
ing the t pa lsh war know what this di
sease is, and that ordinary remedies
have little more effect than so much wa
ter. Cuban diarrhoea la almost at 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 following certificate
fiom Mrs. Mlnnl Jacob of Houston,
Texas: "I hereby certify that Chamber
lain's Colle, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Beniedy cured my husband of a severe
attack of Cuban olarrhoei, which he
brought home from Cuba We had sev
eral iloxtoi's but they did him no good.
On b-tt'e of thin remedy cured him, as
our nelehlwr will testify. I thank God
! for an valuable a medicine." For sale
' by Aokeroian A Stewart.
R. II. Brown .. ..
II. & R. Young ..
D. R. Young ..
Mary E. Long ..
L, M. Kilbourn ..
L. L. Meggt .. ..
Davis It Valentin
M. K. Mauker ..
24 10 23
Itlock 36, .Manner s Lake 3.10
W. half of S. W. quarter of S. L. nn.irter 8 10
Hartford Trust Co..,S. VV. quarter of S. E- quarter of S. E.
quarter g 10
H. E. Anderson .. ..N. half of lot D, Mariner's Lake .. ..10 10
Smith & Chadburn ... W. half of N. W. ouarter of S. W. quar
ter of N. E. quarter 15
II. Mulligan 2 acres in N. VV. corner of N. W. quar
ter of N. E. quarter 15
N, E. quarter of N. E. quarter ...... 16 10
That part of E. half lying N. of Fla. So.
Ry. and S. of Young street, Intcrla
ehen 10 10
That part of W. half lying N. of railroad
and known as D. Si R. Young Grove
property 16 10
E. three-quarters of E. half of S. W.
Quarter of N. W. Quarter 22 10
G. W. Gillett N. half of S. W. quarter of N. W. quar
ter 23 10
J. C Valentine .. .. E. half of section 26 in
A. A. King N. W. quarter of S. VV. quirtcr 27 10
Unknown E-llVi acres of S. half of N. E. quar
ter of S. W. quarter 27 10
H. M. Stearn Valf of S. half of N. E. quarter of
N. E. quarter 28 10
S. E. quarter of N. W. quarter and S.
W. Quarter of N. E. quarter 84 10
S. half of S. K. nusrter - -. SS in
J. G. Ro.lhar .. . Blocks 25, 8i imd 37, Hollister 16 10
. D. Osteen S. E. quarter of S. W. quarter and S.
w. quarter ot b. . quarter .. .. .. 17 10
ixn 6, Mock 1 1
Part of N. half of N. W. quarter, book
. 22, psee loo 1
A. Cottington .. ....r.rt of W. E. quarter of N, E. quarter
. . . book W, page 18S I
Richard Bortlett .. ..p,n of S. W. qnarter of S. K. quarter,
. bonk 8, page 19
Reuben Erant ,N F qmner of N. E. quarter of S. E.
- l. ,"',r," 1 v i.-
i. iv. niima .. ..n. c quarter ot N. B. quarter of 5. E.
quarter, hook 80, page 387 10 10
W. R. S. S. DeVVitt S. E. quarter of S. W. quarter of S. W.
quarter 10 10
Est. J. H. Saloewsky. Part of E. half of N. W. quarter, book
S. page 869 11 10
A. W. Fletcher . . . . S. E. quarter of S. E. qu-ner 11 10
Est. Thoa. Shelly ,.W. half of E. half of N. W. quarter ..It in
Frank W. Smith .. ..1 acre, book (4. page 557 14 10
Andrew Jackson . , . . acre n S half of N. W. quarter of N.
E. quarter 14 10
(Uoitiauedon Sd page)
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33 1 04
28 1 63
83 .. 8 96
83 .. 1 19
S3 40 1 19
23 240 4 13
23 380 6 46
24 40 1 19
24 40 1 04
24 1 63
24 10 74
24 20 8 89
24 10 1 04
24 5 1 49
24 2 1 04
24 40 4 18
24 40 1 79
24 45 1 79
24 15 1 63
24 20 1 49
24 820 r 07
24 40 1 93
(4 11 1 19
34 10 S 29
94 80 9 29
94 80 1 92
36 1 48
93 80 . 9 99
99 1 19
IH 1 34
9 11 1 49
86 10 I 09
86 10 - 3 99
8 10 1 08
84 19 1 39
26 9 9 66
M 40 ! II
f 46 ( 21
96 1 74
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