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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1905
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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..V )L. JtXXIX, NO' 48. GALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY K, 1905.!) : DOLLAR A YEAR ti.
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sight Witnesses Examined-Will Probably ; The board of county commissionersfor
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Spaulding's i : Go to. Jury Today. : :Marion county met on Monday, {

:prom Wednesday s Daily. I May I, all members present. I are calculated to insure prompt and efficient ser-

", '! All day yesterday the circuit court I Petition of J. B. Webb asking the f vice in every department of banking. Perhaps

in the of the Statef
i ;vas engaged case
I board to open and maintain a new you would like to give as a trial?

Florida vs. J. Shaw Thompson, public road on section line between

t 1 BASE BALL.GOODS :iharged with the killing of J. M. .I sections 22, 24, 25 and 26, was laid JJD nfJ@ : & OHMIiySd.!!

rillis, transferred to this county from I
over until next meeting. BANKERS. OCALA.! FLA

I Ditrus on a change of venue.
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ti- Complaint was made that timber I

Eight witnesses were examined,the .. .
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was being cut across the road known
evidence and For Bondsor fjffi i Hi 88S33EgSSaBSggaiaigigfjI
state getting in all its t |
I as the Griner Farm road. Referred i.

j Headquarters { he: prosecution' examining most of its I I to Commission Turner with power to Seetion 4. Notice Against is hereby Bonds.given of the hold i I; I Get My Prices

witnesses. The court will convene I act. ing oran election Marion county, Florida, on | I
: the 6th day of July A. D. 1903, pursuant to the
ii : .. S this morning at 8:30 o'clock and 'proceed Andrew Stevens, colored, was ad- provisions of sectipn 3 of this resolution. -OXLadies' -

-AT- Sections. That this rtsolut-on be publishedonce
at once to the examination of mitted to the county poor farm.
each week for a period of thirty days in I. Gold, Filled and Silver
witnesses, and it is believed that their Bond of E. T. Jordan, as inspectorof the general newspapers published in Marion
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< examinatian will be finished, the marks and brands, was approved. county, Florida. H. W- LONG, Chairman, SHIRTWAIST SETS.

lit STORE lawyers will conclude their argu- Hon. William Hocker was appointed C.X \A\'.FORT.TCRXER,
P. 0. DRUG sI
: ments, the judge deliver his charge attorney for the board, Hon. R. A.liunora JXO S R. PYLES.L.EDWARDS. DIAMOND RINGS.

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and the case go to the jury before the having resigned. Attest; s. t. bISTKCXK, Clerk. 1

close: of the court this afternoon.The Chairman Long presented his report A resolution instructing' Gold, Filled and Silver.
was passed i k

I $ : state is being ably representedby of the county ooor farm, which the tax collector to be in his office I WATCHES.

the Hon. Thomas Palmer, of showed that the crop of oats, corn,
from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., and from 2
-: Tampa, State's Attorney N. M. All- cane, velvet beans and garden vegetables ;
t ELIZABETH HARRIS Local p. m. to 6 p. m. for twenty days im- SOCIETY EMBLEMS,
' ; Editor. red and )Ir. Edwin W. Davis. are in splendid shape. The mediately preceding second Saturday -

-SARA I I Iit. The prosecution is also ably repre- net expense for the month of April in June, being the 10th day ')f ( PINS AND CHARMSrLz1

sented by lIon. R. L. Anderson, of $77.20. '
was receive all taxes
June to poll prop- '

: ; LOCAL HAPPENINGS ::C this city, Col T. P. Lloyd and Judge Road Overseer Lucius reported on erly ,}tendered, and to make a list of

J. M. Younge, of Inverness. road construction for April as follows those paying poll taxes prior to said

... ._. !I I The following are the jurors in : Ocala and Orange avenue road, date and arrange them in an alpha- 1 I

whom hangs the destiny of the unfortunate 1,160 yards, at a cost of $831.49; I
{ A. J, Carman, formerly of Ocala, is j f Dr. W. M/gtfasoh, of Jacksonville, betical list; that within five days FRED G. WEIHE, I
man, viz: J. D. Price, E. scraping the Ocala and Blichton road
traveling in the far west. member'of the state board of health, i thereafter he is to furnish the supervisor : THE JEWELER

I spert Monday in Ocala. T. Burleson, S. S. Savage, J. D. Bas- $39.50.It I of registration with a complete l Ocala, Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fant, of Mor- \ ------ I sett, W. H. Pegram, F. J. Titcomb, appearing that Mr. Lehman, an I list of such names. \J !I it'; -- JIJ

riston, were* in the city Wednesday..1 I Mr. B. K. Thrower, jr., of Gainesville -' M. D. Pritchett, S. G. Lovell, H. G. inmate of the county poor farm, is The board recommended that the ,

brief visit I was in the city Tuesday.: He Hull, J. S. Thomas, J. R. Hogan, J. receiving a pension from the federal Big Fourth of July Celebration 3
Mr. 0. B. Howse is on a comptroller allow reductions on certain I

to Xiss mmee. !I l i paid the Banner office a most inter- H. Moore goverment, Commissioner Fort was tax certificatee, and also interest I i The busieess men of Ocala want a

esting Ball.MrJ'and appointed to investigate the matter. bigger celebration than ever of the
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Hlnctum- on taxes due for back years.
I ,Mrs J. K.. Austin returned. home I Sir Funny Ouster Party B. F. Johns appeared before the glorious Fourth and will begin early
I Justices of the fines 3
reported .,
'Jackson \ Mrs. Carter Dame have I Tuesday night, Mrs, John W. Pear- peace
Wednesday from a visit to H. board and asked that his son now and make the day a memorable one..
imposed duringApril as follows: R.
\ gone to Chattanooga, Tenn., to spend"a son entertained twenty of the young It is
ville. work out a fine on the hard road now proposed to represent every -
1\: r.g Bullock,, i; W. C. Waid, $5-1S; H. M.
week or ten days. Mr. Dame goes people in honor of Miss Mamie1'il- business and trade in Ocala with
/ Mrs. \"ill Knight has .gone to her t for carrying$ concealed weapon, be Roc, $25; t. S. Smith, f4; J. M.
!Ito attend a convention of the Wood- cox, of Gainesville, who is her guest. released. His release ordered appropriate floats drawn by horses,.
home'at Valdosta to visit rel- was r
former Barksdale, 50; Alex Wynne, f 1; T.
p I Mrs Pearson and Miss Wilcox: were '
the
of World.
men richly caprisoned the fire
binding military,
after a bond had been executed ; r, ;
t' atives. L. Johnson 2. Other justices re-
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department horseback
procession
- -t I I him to pay the balance of the fine

: ;? Mr. Harry Lapham returnen' home ;' Miss Nellie Hooper, after closing avery '!\ There were five tables placed in the I assessed against him at5 per month.It :j, pored no fines. both bands, and in fact making it a 1

.. brief visit successful term of school at Marietta and and the Circuit Court.
library
very
. r yesterday morning from a parlor was ordered that the scrip for most spectacular affair.
is at home for the holidays, i amusing game of Sir Hiuctum Funny The court 'was engaged Tuesdayin '
will
: 'to Jacksonville. expense withheld in the case of the Suggestions along other lines
t and is the guest of her sister, \ rs. : Duster was played and created the selecting a jury for the trial of a themselves ,
. I State against F. W. Barron 'at the present to the committeE s
. ,: Mr G. S. Scott. returned home J. R. Moorehead I Ii greatest fun and frolic imaginable.The murder case from Citrus county having the celebration in charge as.
.' where i last meeting, be paid over, satisfactory .
:' ;. Wednesday front Tallahasse, first: prize, a gold tick pin, leas ] oronght to this county on a change of the time approaches.
evidence been
Mrs. S. D. Feaster, of Micanopy, : having producedthat I
. he went to be present at the countysuperintendents' : cut for by Miss Wilcox and Mr. I of ven e.
convention. ;i and Miss Mattie Ford, of Lynchburg; the same was just and right. The Elks Convention.
I: II !' Alf ed Beck, the latter winning and Thompson ; the name of the party
;. :: Va., who have. been visiting Mrs. I Reference to the action taken upon Great interest is manifested!
. I 1 presenting it to the .guest of honor. on trial and he is charged with kill" j being
Col. Q-. C. )ta' tin, of Brooksville, Feaster's1ister. T. M. Moore, in the:Ilaney resolution in the state sen- in the convention of the Florida Elks
:i .;, The booby prize, a cabbage head ing a young white man named Tillis
.business before the this city have returned Micanopy.. ate has already teen made in these .
legal ;
t is here on : Association which will meet .in this
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. -- ,! filled with bonbons, was cut for by c.ktmns. Thompson is the keeper of the Dutton -. '. .. .
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:1'{ circuit court. j Mrs.V.. J. Lorig left Tuesday for I I'Misses Alice .Bl !uck and, Sue An- Bonds of E. K. Nelson and W. W. game prerve on the Chessawis- city on tile 17th and 18th of this

1 i 4 Mr. E. E. Cline has returned home i Indianapolis, Ind., where she was i aerson and Mr. John Sullivan, the i AlKbp, as notaries pub ic, were ap key river and Tillis was shooting month. A. very interesting session: is.

4. i from a visit to lave Oak where he I called to tfce bedside of her brother, ; former being the winner. 1 I proved.Letter. squirrel in the neighborhood; got promised.It

4\ -i, was called as .a witness. I who is very ill. Before returning : The games were marked on attractive I referring to petition for pubic lost from his companions and was i: is expected that a big crowd
will be in attendance as'matters of
e little e i home Mri. Lorig will visit friends andrelatives 'WSlt' road from Mr. Spooner was read
. \ Harvey Clark and Royal Cole were Wilcox great importance are to be considered. -
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{ t of the j in Tennessee and Ken- with small .pictures of Miss and laid over until the next meeting.It sure, was hailed by Thompson, and
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Woodman '
initiated into 'the 0 and Miss .Pearson. i shot I
j !tucky. I appearing to the board that irregularities essaying .no reply, Thompson
41; World Tuesday. night. They were ; After plaY I g Sir Hinetum tor a assessor'sbooks I him. :I The Ocala lodge is making pleasant
exist in the
4-. : put through to a finish. Mrs. Wells and her daughter, Miss couple of hours refreshments were II I Thompson is defended by vtry able : preparations for the entertainment
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.: Commissioners Pyles, Fort :
Nettie Wells, have returned to their : : of the visiting Elks. other
.. Among
served and the evening was a very counsel and the case promises to be
Martin has returned to I and Edwards appointed a com-
.. Miss Helen home in Ohio, after spending past enjoyable.one were j things planned for them is a trip to
interesting one.
Brooksville, after a mittee to said irregularities. a very .
>> home at investigate t
er
four months in Ocala with Mrs. Silver Springs and a boat ride down

:. (l--!weeks' visit. in Ocala with Miss Mattie Wells'1 Mrs Shuey. Mrs. DeRuu Gives a Lovely litte. Hospital Extends Thanks. 1 I the run. _. 0 t.

._., -Pvles.Mr..,: .. Card 'Part,. Th e pe ition f or a'" \.1 ucuu roa d f rum Tolte Editor of the Ocala Banner: I! -- -

-' The Butt property bought by I Shady Grove to Marti City to connect We wish, through the column of j i To Beautify and Enlarge ,r :
George R. McKean has recently I Mrs. Fred.BeRuiz, of New Orleans,
- Kibler brothers facing the public with the Cotton 'Plant -road was re- : your paper, to extend thanks Mrs. ] One thousand dollars is to be expended -
- had erected several cottages in who is visiting her parents, Mr. and,
J square and Magnolia street, will be :fused. Wm. Hoekerand the other ladies for iI i i I on beautifying the Methodist -

.- Smith & Daugherty's edition to Ocala cut up into lots and placed on the Mrs. L. M. Haysor, entertained at a', Petition of H L. Anderson asking the assistance which they have been I: church and in enlarging the Sunday -
_ erect several more very lovely little card party Wednesday
and will market. David S. Woodrow will I for a reduction redemption on certain the means of giving to the Marion I I school room, which every Son-
[ Afternoon for her sisters, Misses
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. shortly. have them in charge. lands was referred la Commissioner County Hospital Association throughtheir day filled to overflowing.The .
Lola and V The following
The Kings Daughters are requested e Jlaybor. Edwards with power to act. very successful entertainment trustees of the church are
the home Mrs. Charles P. Lovell, of Jacksonville young girls were present: Misses
to meet this afternoon at sending out cards to the members of
Pension application of E. C. Gainey Friday night. M. Co. H. Ass., I
and Mrs. T. P. Drake .and her .Bnrlord Lucile Standley Mora
,
'transact Mary
of Mrs. R. L. Anderson to was approved.The T. T. MUSEOE, Treas. the church asking their aid and sup-
handsome little Trnetea Polk :Marie Grenier .Annie Mathews I'
: ton, Griffin, ,
some special business. following resolutions were port in this work and it is hoped that
Social.
Drake, jr., of Leesburg, after -short Caro Liddon, Evelyn Liddon Presbyterian
the will be all that is
ex-
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response
the board unanimous
Mr and Mrs. B. A. Inglis have re- visit to Ocala with their brother and I Isist.et and Rhoda Liddon. They spent the Adopted by by.a Monday afternoon :Mrs. Jack Camp

home at adison after vote; will entertain the ladies of the Pres- .; pected. ._ _
: turned to their :Mr. and :Mrs. William Mocker, afternoon :very pleasantly together _

a few days' visit here with Mrs. In- left Tuesday for Jacksonville, where playing progressive flinch. Miss Whereas. The facilities of OUT court house byterian church at their monthly so I,I "What's in a name?" asked Shake-
are insu&cint for the accommodation of our ''
-d : glis' parents.SCol. and Mrs. Livfng- Mrs. Drake will visit her sister, Mrs. Evelyn Liddon won the prize, a bon- citizens and our public officers and are inade- ciaL All members of tIre church and speare. Ask Chauncey Depew. The

stone Lovell, for several weeks. Mr. Drake bon dish and Miss Griffin securedthe quate for the protection of the public records of their friends are very cordially invi !. Equitable paid him $ 5oo0, for the.
. I Marion county therefore be it.
Cheese Sandwich, Graham Wafers, Came up from Leesburg and accom- booby. Each guest was given a Eesolved By the Board of County Commi. ted to be present. use of his name as a dirictor.

::. Lady Fingpss, Social Teas, Five panied them to Jacksonville.Rev. silver Florida souvenir spoon as a'' sioners of Marion county. Florida in regular -
session assembled at Ocala Florida, this 2nd
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Thins Royal ,
O'clock Teas, Butter memento of this delightful afternoon. day of May, A.D.,19o5 ,
E. L. Frazier, of Indianapolis, \ section I. That it is expedient to issue bondsof .
:; Toast:Lemon Snaps, Zu-Zu GingerSnaps Mrs. DeRiuz, who is rememberedhere HI S02KSW, Presided: S. PLIS3, Manager
..4 the siid county to the amount cf $;o.OG.i.oo: ;
Ind., who has been conducting services J. C- 2erf Ass'tCommercial Sli1.
Nabisco Wafers, Feslino Wafers as Miss Ella Eaysor,is a charm- ijabk in annual installments of Jsooo oo, beg'uning '
; at the Christian church in this in eleven from date thereof and I
etc., all in packages at The 0. ing hostess and she and her sisters years
city for the past three weeks, stopped ending in twenty years from date thereof with i
.... K. Grocery. gave the young girls, who were interest upon all of said bonds from date thereof
.-41. i over in Jacksonville to spend several I at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, payable Bank
:, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pelham Campbell I days there as the guest of the Rev. I their guests, a royal good time. annually, both interest and principal payableat ,
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and their beautiful little daughter, Mr. Benus, the Christian preacher in i. Silver Tea Friday Night. I Section 2. That Jt is hereby deemed expedient I OCALA, FLORIDA.

: '. Louise, who have been boarding this that city. Together they spent Tues- The ladies of the Home Missionary l the purpose to issue of said erecting bonds a court m said house amount for siad for II I (Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.) ,
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,....4#: winter in Ocala with :Mrs. Julia Palmer terday very delightfully at St. Angus- Society of the Methodist church will county of Marion, at Ocala. Florida and it is I <,

Jacksonville Wednesday I hereby determined to issue said bonds lor said ENDEAVOR to advance the business interests of our
went up to tine. give a silyer tea Friday from 6 to 10 I I WE

;-4( for a visit. K. of P. Memorial. ,o'clock in the evening at the armory. purpose.Section 3. An election is appointed to be I customers in every legitimate way. 'In so doing, our motives

....." J held by the legally qualified voters of said be somewhat tinctured with selfishness, for, upon the prosper-
The will be devoted to the may
f Mrs. S. Anthony, after a visit to Next Sunday will be the K. of E. proceeds county on Thursday,the 6th day of July, 1905,

1(Cedar Key has returned to Ocala memorial. All persons in sympathywith contemplated improvements on the at the several voting places in :Marion oounty ity of its patrons hinges the success of every bank,
where the last general election was held; that
1 r and, is again the guest of Mrs. B. W. the same and who will make a ,churcn building. They extend a very said election shall be so held to determine by

I' W' t.... onald. Mr?. Anthony will remain contribution of flowers are requestedto cordial invitation to the public to majority ol the legally qualified voters of said I I Conte) in aQd Talk it Over With Us.
at such election, whether said
'tlf. : j. county voting ..
before returning leave them at the Postoffice Drug come to the tea and spend a verypleasant issued this board and that Interest Paid Time Deposits. S/fety Deposit Yanlts 1oRent. '
here for a few days bonds shall be by ; on.. .. .
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...iP'1..t' to her home at Munice, Ind. store. II > ;: _'':', .> !:" ,."" -s;. .
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PAGE, TWO THE. OCALA BANNER
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\,< ance to pay the servants their wages, BELLEVIEW

i.f : Respectfully Dedicated : discharge every one of them, and
I MONDAY
t i Ii: Cf.In'l 1 LLf.I to i close Beaumont, and keep the keysin Special Correspondence Banner ,>,

I I C4Pr.ACGmcsO. I further your advised own possession by me. until you are Dr. Zerah Hoyt left Friday for his

WALD MACDONELL, Danbury, Conn., home. Mr. Hoyt :
"Please to have
son
request your

BY BEATRICE MAREAN, SESIOX, Mr. Jaques, who deals in live stock has been very busy all winter repair- MAY 15thIS

! ii; Author of "The. Tragedies of Oakhurst "Won At of Jacksonville, Fla. come and take all my horses and cat- ing, painting papering and plaster- ,
Last," "Her Shadowed Life" "The Fireman's tle and dispose of them for whatever
ing the house owned Mr. J. Stan-
Loves Etc. Etc. by
Woman ,
"When A
Heart
By I he can get for them, and --- -
nis, of Boston, in fine shape as Mr.
W' THE AUTHOR.CHAPTER deposit the amount above his commission -
the Author and Published in The Ocala Banner
by
r. Copyrighted J90j BY special Arranzement. to my credit in the bank Stannis expects to come down with '
I
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XXIV "Where is Governor Murriatte I all the paraphernalia belonging to permanently.Mr. DAY !

them remain in the carriage
FAREWELL TO HOME AND FRIENDS. the lady further inquired."He may Hoyt has also painted his own
house, and I beg that you keep the

The morning sunbeams which had was here a little while ago key of this as well as the other keys house in the Danbury section. AT THE -

stolen through the crevices in the mam, but I dunnowbar he is now," belonging to Beaumont in your Buckman Thomas, formerly of this

Polly informed her. possession."You place, now of )Manatee returned
and fell like a caressing
closed blinds
"Are theladiesnot,ia their rooms?" are at liberty to use your home Sunday after a two weeks'
touch the head of the misguided own judgment in regard to revealingthe
upon the lady asked, beginning to feel"No visit to his uncle, Mr. Riley McClem- VARIETYSTOREWE
and wretched man, crept silently contents of this letter to the
auait
and left the room to its shaded us. public. That we were obliged to mons.

away bells mam,'.Dot in their rooms nor leave Beaumont without bidding Mr. Dan Sykes is again in town
coolness. The whistles and
: in de house," Polly answered witha yourself ort any of our friends goodbye for a few daj s.

from the city proclaimed the noontide cause us more regret than we _
doleful sigh. Mr. Will Abshire and Mr. Wash
hour before Governor Murriatte are able to .
express.
"Do ;you not know where they are Harrel came down last Saturday to
head. His face was "Thanking with all heart
again lifted his: you my
Miss Bennett?" Mrs. Cameron ap- for kindness of the in the move the household goods of Mrs. WiLL PUT ON SALE SEVERAL HUNDRED YARDS
haggard and pale but a determinedlook your past ,
his pealed to the governess."I present and to come I remain, my Alvan Lucius as she expects to make
of firm decision shown in EACH OF THE FOLLOWING :
do not know. I have not seen dear madam, that place her future home as soon as
dark blue eyes. He drew writing

material toward him and wrote hastily anybody except the physician and "Always: sincerely yours, f her successor is appointed at the 58-inch Bleached Table Damask per yard . . . . .tlc

Polly since I recovered consciousness. "NEWELL MURRIATTE. !: postofflce, her resignation having

for a few minutes, and then tak- 58-inch Bleached Table Damask yard. . .'.29c
." tlie young lady answered in a Why, good heavens! what does this beer accepted the last of March. Dr. per
his bank book filled out a ,
ing out he feeble voice. mean?" exclaimed )Irs. Cameron Abshire,'who is the father of Mrs. 60-inch :Bleached Linen Table Damask, per yard . . .. .39c
check and folding it in the letter

\ had written placed both iu an envelope Some one knocked on the door of as see finished reading this letter so Lucius, and who was formerly posts 70-inch Bleached Linen Table Damask, per yard . . . 5Sc ,

the sick room at this juncture and s master, has been in charge of the
which he directed to Mrs Cam- full of strange requests.She 04-inch Bleached Mercerized Table Damask, per yard . 49c
announced that Captain Hazleton had office for several week
eron, and taking this in his hand he looked hopelessly into the face
called to inquire about Miss Bennett Mr. Alan Lucius has given up his iI Mercerized Xapkins to Match Above for Sic per dozen.
quitted the room with a firm step of her young son and then back at
and was waiting in the parlor."I position Wildwood and Mrs. Lu-
and without one backward glance. the letter and check in her hand.
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will go down and tell him the cius is staying at her father in-law's
r He went to Miss Bennett's room and "What is it mother he Basked NAPKINSI I NAPKINS,! NAPKINS !

good news," Mrs. Cameron said until they are ready to go to Connor.I .
rapped sharpely at the door. Polly anxiously.She I

answered the summons. quietly, glad to leave the sick room took the reins in her'own I :\ Northey has been quite ill for 23 dozen Cotton Napkins, real value 81.00, per dozen . .40c24S

that she might go in quest of Mrs. three weeks at her home.
"Lawd knowa, guvner, I'se sho hands and thrusting the letter into : '* dozen Assorted Mercerized and Linen Napkins,
Murriatte and Imogen. She kissed I At the annual election for town of-
glad yo' come sah,," she complainedas his hands, said: Value up to 32.00, per e
Miss Bennett and said, "I will call ficers the following named persons
her eyes fell on her master. Hit "Read this letter I cannot under- 1)8) dozen Assorted Mercerized and'Linen Napkins
again in the dear. were elected, viz Dr. T. K. -
done pas' twelve o'clock and not a morning, Keep stand what has happened." |1 : Slaughter Value up to 3.00, per dozen. . . . . .1.03 to $1.64
an' very quiet and you will be restoredto mayo Messrs. T. Mitchell and J.
.a livin' soul 'ceptin' de dockters a Rayglanced over the contents rapidly -
your usual health shortly." T. Haines members of the council;
servant from Mis' Cameron to 'quire his face growing so deadly
The lady left the room and was J. N. Shedd, re-elected as assistant We Cannot Do Justice to the Above in Print, so
'bout de lady has cum nigh dis room white the while that his mother

half way down the staircase when collector; Stephen Hopkins, secretaryand
today, sah." cried out in alarm: ( We Ask That You Kindly Call On Us
Polly came running after her. treasurer.
"How is Miss Bennett? he asked "Oh Ray don't let this affect youso.

"Pleas mam, Mis' Carnero, wait a Mr. Dudly, who has been seriouslyill
quietly." Perhaps 'tis all a joke after .
minit," she said, "I'se got a letter at Dr. Marean's, in Oca a, was MONDAY MAY 15TH,
sah heap
l' "She am heap bettar, all." i ,
for yo', but I 'clare to goodnes' I brought to the home of his aunt, Mrs.
bettar Polly said with a ring of joy
? "No, mother Governor Murriatte'
dun' forgot to gib hit to yo', cause ; Washburn, Saturday. He is slowly
"She's right sense,
ti: in her voice. got
an' she done eat some break s'. Ps so worried about ebery thing". is not a man given to perpetrating improving and is able to sit up for a ;

bin "A letter for me Polly! Are you practical jokes something dreadfulhas short time. THE
done
Won't cum in sah, she's
you sure?" the hapened. But what can it be!" i The weather has been
lady paused to inquire. very warm
will Lepaw'ful
an' she
askin' ter see yo'all,
"Yas foh fohde Gubner And mother and son each looked for the week there
although
.'' mam you, past 3
glad to see yo'
"No, I cannot come in," he said. gib hit to me hisself an'? say, .Pollybe helplessly into the pale face of the was very little rain in Belleview} VARIETYSTORE

sho and gib dis letter to Jtts'. other. frequent showers are reported from;
"Has Mrs. Cameron been here this. \
,
'. Cameron as soon as eber sheedmgsV' "Shall we return to Beaumont or other parts of the county. '

:-< ,morning?" word II!I I Mrs. Cameron took the missive the go home," Mrs. Cameron said check- The ten days' services held by the ,
"No sah but she don' sent "
o'clockdis I girl proffered and after glancing ing the trotting horse. Rev. Mr. Dunklin, of Oxford, assisst-
'f- that she will cum 'bout two
." its superscription deposited it in her "Let's hurry home and acquaint ed by Rev. Leitner, of Lessburg,
ebenin' -
pocket and to the father with the news and ask his advice closed last week. -
proceeded
: parlor,
t "Very well, when the lady comes I I I I .
": : where Captain Hazleton and her son ," Ray advised as he took the "Aunt Duck" Mason has returnedto EXAMINE: EQUITABLE OFFICERS.! !!I '
-, her this letter. Be sure and do II

not give forget it." ,He handed the wom- awaited tidings from the sick room. reins horse in onward.his own hands and urged the Belleview after an absence of State Superintendent of Insurance Ha:; {II I i I: !MILLIHERY1[R l f

The gentlemen were delighted to about four weeks. She is staying I
an the letter in which he had placed |j I I Un rtaken This Work. I ,

the draft and whiche hal been holding hear the good news, and Ray said: They found Mr. Cameron at homein 'with Mrs. Kelsey. New York, May 11.-Prepaartionsfor I I
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her. "How is Imogen, mother; may I the library and proceeded to im- The real estate market has been the oral examination of officers j I My Spring and
in his hand while talking to I Summer line of
I not see her?" port to him the startling news. quite active this week, several piecesof and directors of the Equitable Life II
"Yas, sah, I'll gib it to her jes' as I! "It most Assurance Society of the United States Millinery can-
.: "Neither she nor her parents are at iscertainly inexplicableaffair land having changed hands:: and not be
assured which will be surpassed -
soon as she cum Polly I carried on under his per
he turned I: home Ray, so I suppose we may as ," the gentleman said "we will there are prospects of several new sonal direction have been completedby II in the state ;
him away.
as I well go home ourselves." go to Beaumont at once and try to buildings to be erected on same in State Superintendent of Insurance I for beauty. I

"Please, ;ah, guvner, won't you I have find a solution to this extraordinary Francis Hendricks, who is now in this Call and see !
"Perhaps they to the future.
I gone our near
ask de mis'tes' and Mis' Imogen to i
city. Congressman M. E. Driscoll, me.
letter. 4
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house," the boy suggested, brighten- :; II I II
to Mis' Bennett's room? : of Syracuse, has been engaged by Superintendent I
please cum I Letter of Thanks
When they reached there they call- MRS. MIXME / _
a5 up and making a move toward the Hendricks to question the
De young lady keeps frettin' to see II I. To the Editor; ot the Ocala Banner:
I ed the servants and BOSTICK.
door. family together men and it is expected the

dem, sah; tell dem, sah, dat de young: questioned them closely. All that Please allow me space in your valuable tion will continue at least examina'i ,
I I "If so, we shall probably ,
bad.
lady wants to see dem pow'ful paper to our heartfelt Superintendent Hendricks will examine \
could be elicited however learned
was -
'i meet them the road his mother
Polly called after him in an appealing on thanks and sincere appreciation of only the officers and directors who | D. GAMBLE.
the coachman who said
I answered as she followed her son and through have been directly caused in the
re-I I
voice.He I. the kindness of the good people here
1 that he had carried his mistress and
Captain lIazleton from the house. cent bandying of charges over the society's
did not turn his head or give and elsewhere, who have been so I CONTRACTOR
ber daughter, who was so ill.that she affairs, but every director who .
The officer assisted the
any evidence that he had heard her young army good to us since eur recent misfor- holds office by reason of-he transferof AND
had to be carried in the butler's ar.nsto
request. He descended the stairs, lady into her carriage and then tune by fire and assure them such stocks by James Hazen Hyde or his BUILDER t
the and into the
to
carriage cars,
mounting his own horse and liftinghis father H. B. Hyde. y .
took down his light overcoat and and kindly aid so 222 South
sympathy gener- Orange Street, Ocala, Fla.
cantered in the the 3:30 morning train, and that There will be nothing compulsory
bound it in a light traveling strap j cap away op- ously expressed will not soon be for- about the proceeding which Estimates furnished
direction. Governor Murriatte was not at home however on all kinds of

and putting on his hat and gloves posite when Mrs :Murriatte and Imogenwere ; gotten. will be carried on largely in executivesession. I building and repair work.
Mrs. Cameron and her bowled I
son
Walked out into the fierce glare of i In this connection kind and honor- .
taken to the The
depot. house .Satisfaction
along at a rapid rate engaged in I Guaranteed.
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the noonday sun, and theheavy hall i able mention should also be made of
I pleasant conversation, when the letter servant said, however, that the governor -j Injunction Is Denied) !
door of Beaumont closed on his retreating j kind hearted colored neighbors
our
had arrived home early in the New York, May HJustl McLean, .
Polly had given her suddenly
form with a bang. I I who kindly rendered assistance in in the New York supreme court today
morning and left again at 12 o'clock
flashed
He turned his footstep toward the across her memory. I denied the application of Herbert G, It Will
"I must without having given the servantsany I j many ways.Cordially Tull, of )
see what this letter I Philadelphia, a policy holder I
the
the depot, and upon his arrival I I yours,
means" she said as she drew it from orders or speaking of his intended CR. VEAL. In the Equitable Life Assurance SOciety -!

} nortobound train was due. The and train he, I her pocket. "Polly give it to me movements to anyone. ( Cotton' Plant, Fla., May 11th, 1705. of'the United States of America PayYouJ! ..

however, was somewhat.late : for an injunction restraining that society
t More puzzled still, Mrs. Cameron I I
II
while we were at Beaumont and said I t
had time to have his baggage, which To the Public. and the New York state superintendent 1
it was from Governor Murriatte." sought Miss Bennett's room. She I of insurance from proceeding You have any Real Estate '
.; had been brought to the depot with II I From the wording of 'the recent I F
"From Governor Murriatte! that is fonnd the young lady pale ani: worn, H further with respect to the proposed'amended to sell, '
that of his wife and daughter's.the j grand jury's, presentment some have charter of the Equitable
reclining in a large chair.
i said. OR
; strange, Ray !
day before, checked the before 1 thought that there were "irregular- which was sent to the superintendent :'

train arrived. lie purahased a ticket But his mother had broken the seal "It will never do to startle her with ities" in the tax: collector's office. -I of insurance for his approval. The I IF You're thinking of coming

withdrawn the letter from the envelope I this bad news; it might cause her to amended charter provides for the to Florida for a home
.. to New York; and had just time to : am assured by Mr. W. E. Allen, the mu'l' ,
| and as she" did so a check fell have a relapse, the good lady cau- tualization of the society.
himself onto the rear coachof i OR
swing 0 foreman of this grand jury, that no
into her lap. tioned herself, when she stood in the i I
the train as it pulled out. reflections were intended to be cast To Attract Desirable Emigrants. You desire to inyest in any
I of the invalid.
presence
She picked It up in great surprise i Albany, N. Y., May K With the I IF kind of Florida ,
XXV.THE collector's work
vCHAPTER : upon the tax or I property
I and then glanced over the note which But Miss Bennett cried out as soon view to attracting to this state desir-i. tr
F" MYSTERY DEEPENS.: ;j office in the presentment given to the able TO SEE
the
immigrats the
read as follows: as greetings were over: : I state departmentof

"Where are :your Mistress and I I "My Dear Mrs. Cameron- "Mrs. Cameron, what has happened public. And I will take this opportunity agriculture is preparing to collect OR WRITEEducation

Miss Polly?" inquired Mrs. I to that the tax collector's and diseminate the farm and dairy
Imogen
? Tell I and do say
"A great calamity has befallen me, implore you,

a 4 Cameron, who promptly at two,i,I family and myself, further than thisI my not keep me in suspense! Is Imogen office as long as I have charge of it advantages fers. One which of the New severest York handicaps state of I J. H.lIVINGnmJ & SONS

o'clock stood in the invalid's room. I. ,am not at liberty to tell anyone.' dead, or what dreadful thing has hap- will always be open to the inspection with which the farmers of this state ,

had kissed Miss Ben We are all going away from Beau- public citizen. have OCALA FLORIDA,
The good lady pened of any private or to contend Is the scarcity of I

nett and shed tears of joy over her mont, and it is very probable that we 'Then Mrs. Cameron, realizing 'thatit I E. L. CARNEY, farm laborers. For many years the I
shall never return. state agricultural department
condition and then I Tax Collector.One has observed
improved very "My dear madam, as my wife has would be folly to try to keep Miss that foreign farm hands and

naturally her thoughts ,turned to been fortunate to claim Hundred Dollars Reward. small farmers seldom
so as you as Bennett in ignorance of the trouble settle in the

to Mrs Murriatte and Imogen. almost a lifelong friend I make bold which had befallen Beaumont, told A reward of $100 has been offeredfor east but travel straight through to by Mail! :_,

4U don't know mam," Polly an to ask several favors of you. Will her all I the recapture of Lee Howard, the west. In past years the great in- .
she herself knew concerningthe :io leaving holD!)or emplo1meDt totttU eda.eat1oD.
kindly the enclosed check ducement there was given farm homesteads #
shake of. you get rtilize only spar time studying boma. '
swered with a mysterious who from the convict farm
hand escapted ,
'I made payable to your self, cashed, disappearance of the family, i but now that such lands are Book-bep1ng. drithmetZe e1gebr. 0e0meVt...
GI1WI1II1I ,
Rhetoric,BclcDoet Bistor1,1.at1D
her head, "me nor none of de servants and from the amount pay Miss Bennett gave her Governor Murriatte's letter near this city Monday. Howard was almost entirely settled an effort wil' TIt..ItI"Taught It"JI&U. Teaeben aided

hab seen de 'young lady nor I I $600, which amount is due her to read. I serving fifteen year sentence for as- be made tQ bring these desirable emi--!: \0 tasaa.mtotiona.layru.ofeaceee.dddtee,I.I.ffi3IEPslatkalls...catakgntfree

-. de missus to day." for her year's salary, Use the bal- (To Be Continued.) i i I sault with attempt to murder. grants to New York state. I
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{ ,)L. XXXIX, NOIS.. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1905. DOLLAR A YEAR 1
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"THE BEST tHI GS." -- --
Board of Trade Meeting. I / 1

An interesting meeting of the Boardof
CLOVER HILL BUTTER. i
Trade was held Monday night and a Ocala has a colored poetess, who,

Good Health great many things of prime impor- according to our literary instincts, J

tance were discussed.A writes genuine poetry. Her name is "Makes "
friend? everywhere. ,,
resolution was passed asking our, Adelaide Southern and she writes for -
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; to the members of the legislature to vote the Ocala News-Carrier. Here is a tt.' J{I

against the Kirkland anti-trust law, sample of her poetry. The poem is d

because it was the opinion of those entitled "The Best Things:" ,

present that the adoption of the law God has His best things for the few
Children That dare to stand the test; WHITE HOUSE COFFEE.Sold ..1
would drive the insurance companiesfrom .
1 And His second choice for those
the state. Who will act have His best.It .
:r
The committee to draft the resolution is not always open ill
That risks the promised rest
; by
: is composed of the following
Children The better often is the foe
especially fond of dainties
are gentlemen, viz:W. K. Zewadski, S. Which keeps us from the best. Hf -

and the housekeeper must look carefully A. Rawls, D. W. Davis. There's scarcely one that vaguely wants ., -"
In some way to be blest: I
The matter of getting a Fourth A. WEBB
up L
I But, Lord, this one, now I do," .
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their food.
.: to I I of July celebration was next discussed I seek Thy very best. I f

I and a committee consisting of And others make the highest choice OCALA FLORIDA.
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As good cake can be made only with :Messrs.V.: J. Chambers, Edw. Pitt- But when by trials press'd,_ 'I \
: They shrink,they yield,they shun the cross, ""If J 1
k good eggs, so also a cake that is healthful \ man and C. L. Bittinger was appointed An d thus they lose the bestI

to canvass the city and ascertainthe want in this short life cl mine
well 4s much as can be press'd. jgg! ijT i-rjF3IF3: S; ; !? Eraifxx-JI ti E :!i.J! rL BS!
as as dainty must be raised witha sentiments of the business men .
Of service true for God and man : 5
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in regard to it. I want to do my best. t iI
pure and perfect baking powder. ; I I ein WE EAT MEAT
A "smoker" was agreed upon and I want to stand when Christ appearsIn :!I

't Royal Baking Powder is indispensablein the date was left to the secretary and I Numbered spotless among raimant His dresb'd hidden ones To grow strong. Unless we get m

treasurer of the board of trade. His choicest one, His best.:: goo meat we may as u ell let ill

the preparation of the highest quality The hard road to Dunnellon was Unworfiy as I am, dear Lcrd ISiil }/I ,, tiVV it atone There is no strength If

f also discussed and a committee appointed Yet this is aiy request 151 in tough l1eLIil.l tend of ;,
f of food. It giving -
imparts that peculiar lightness Forgetting e'en the good behind n ,, =
to solicit subscriptions for I dare to ask Thy best qty \ wry it takes ftrengih to digests i m

sweetness and flavor noticed in the aiding in the construction of the Improvements at Greenwood Ceme s:51 It pays! to be careful in I
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work. buying meat-be sure to get ,
; finest cake biscuit tery. i, t ,N
doughnuts
crusts etc.
; U. D C Officers @ the best-lender and
: Too much praise cannot be given ;

: and what is 'more important, renders the The state officers, as elected at the ladies who compose the Green- : Pay a little] more if need CbOifE"1

Pensacola for the ensuing year, are wood Cemetery Association for the rn! '' put something in your

-' ., food wholesome and agreeable to young as follows (with but two exceptions work they have done in beautifyingthe m ;:p..3.. ;. 1= which will put flesh on yourbones

officers of the old board were elect- : and strong blood in your
and old. cemetery. ..
ed.): They have recently completen pav-

ROYAL President-:Mrs.: H. E. Stockbridge,
BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. ing the two middle driveways-one EDW ARDS'.BROS.
of Lake
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running north and south and the
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First Yice-Presi ent-Iiss Azele E. Stall 2 and 4 City Market Ocala, Flu. ;
3iBA 2LIZA3ET3: ZAS3IS, Lcal Editor Call and sec our line of hall racks. other east and west and are desirousof -

.. -- Wet they are priced you will say Carruthers, of Tampa. paving all the streets and avenues ltFJJr! ; j y :!1P -r:: "

they are the cheapest and prettiest. Second Vice-President-\Irs. Drys- 1
and for this will be thankfulfor
HAPPENINGS ABOUT IOWH. I purpose
Ocala Furniture Co. x
II dale, of Jacksonville.
M I any donations from parties inter- E. C. SMITH. C. V. ROBERTS
< Cowpea, peanut and amber cane I It Third Yice-President-Mrs. J. D. I .
Mr. Jesse Neely came up from Ock- I ested in the movement. SMITH & ROBERTS.
seed at the Ocala Seed Store. x :McCrory: of DeLand.
lawaha and spent Sunday in Ocala. These streets were paved by E. L. "

r Miss Mollie Lanier, of Summer- Mrs: Neely and their lovely little Blake Fourth, of Vice-Pl'esident-\Irs.Ocala.Corresponding. R. D. Commodore and the ladies want to Funeral Directors and Licensed Embalrlers.Latest ) .

I field,'is the guest of her friend. Miss baby girl accompanied him home i especially commend him for his! excellent -

f: Lula Oduni in this city. Monday afternoon and will live at "Secretary-:Mrs. S. I work. His bid was more than Methods Best Goods. Work Guaranteed

p Thompson, of Lake City. Telegraph orders:: receive prompt attention, and embalming done
Ocklawaha, where :Mr. Neely is in three hundred dollars lower than the
Mrs. Trusten P. Drake and youngson Recording Secretary-Mrs. Brown, i anywhere on short notice.
th3 mercantile business next lowest bid and he did the work I
of Leesburg, are the guests of of West Palm Beach. i I
just as well as though had received
Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker. Misses Mamie and Celeste Hull and Treasurer-Mrs. Gwynne, of Talla:I I twice as much for it. i oni i \ PIMM rmIPANY.

Master Hull who have been the hassee. I.
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See the roll top writing desks at Silice taking hold of this work the

Ocala Furniture Co. x guests of their aunt, Mrs. Frances State Register--Mit-i Mary Wittich, 1I 1--
ladies of the cemetery_ associationhave I -
f Howse, for the past several months, of Pensacola. """ 4
Mr. Ardis Waterman has gone toP i been untiring in their efforts towards ELIZABETH V. TOMPKINS & CO.
x left Monday afterroon for Cuba Hhtorian-\Irs. W. W. Carroll of I
Jacksonville to spend several days i beautifying and improving the -DEALER IN -
where they go to join} their father, Mcnticello. .
with his sister, Mrs. J. B. Hiers. i i,same, and a glance over the ceme-
who is now making his home on the The convention will meet next Mayat
tery grounds will show that their efforts -I Reol Estate and Investments =ti
island republic.FOR Orlando.
Miss Anna Ball, a prominent phosphate -J I| have been very largely rewardedand i

_operator, returned to Hernando -' SALE-Pair man mules, 850 Herbine I they deserve the thanks and aid Property bought+ and sold. Satisfaction guaranteed. Informal

county Monday after a short busi- pounds each. Also a .-hcl' e wagon. I, of all fhe citizens of Ocala. 1 1 tion'fuiaished on request, or call cor. Ft. King Ave and *

"_ ness visit to Ocala. Price reasonable. -\i ply J. J. Tip- Will overcome indigestion and dyspepsia I I i i I I Magnolia streets. Lock pox 821.

ton, South Main street, Ocala. dw ni ; regulate tha bowels and cure i Terrific Race With Death. : -
Miss Florence Walters came home liver and kidney complaints.It I .
I "Death was fast approaching, i shIPvIENTS flew:. Tomatoo* and Early
.0 Monday from a short visit to relatives The colored Odd Fello?;s had a is the best blood enrioher and : write Ralph Fernandez, cf Tampa, ; \'Vante d. OF

On she invigorator in the world. It is pure- Fla. his fearful with Vegetable-
at Coleman. Saturday great May day celebration at their describing race i

_ attended the big Adamsville picnic, hall Monday. There was the Maypole : ly vegetable, perfectly harmless, and i death, ",,as a result of liver trouble j I I Su ndleuby BARNETT BROS. 159 SOUtl) Water St.
should be sufferer from disease
you a and heart disease, which had robbedme ,
, which was a most successful event. dance, the of the May will it if wise. Established 1866 Commission Merchants ChIcago, III.
crowning
use are .
you you '
of sleep and of all interest in life.I Reference American Trust&Savings Bank,Chicago 111,

3 Odd dressers and washstands in queen, a dance and a general good )I I. R. N. Andrews, editor and mana- I had tried money different doctors Live representatives wanted everywhere.

bird's maple and mahogany at time for all. Excursions were run ger Cocoa and Rockledge News, Co- I several medicines,but got no benefit,
eye I i coa, Fla., writes: "I have used your until I to Electric Bitters,
Ocala Furniture Co. x from Orlando and Tampa, and the : I began use
Herbine in my family, and find it a So wonderful was their effect, that in McMillan Bros. :
celebration was the biggest on record.
I excellent medicine. Its effects
Mr. J. D. Price, one of Mclntosh's most three days I felt like a new man, and
Great crowds were present to enjoy myself have been a marked "
. k prominent citizens, was in Ocala upon today I am cured of all my troubles.
{&. \ the festivities. benefit." Sold by all druggistsm Guaranteed at Tydings & Co., drug- Southern Copper Works
He made this office a very
Pric 50c. 'mMunroeRobertson.
:Monday. gist.
, call and renewed his subscription Edison Phonographs. Court News. Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills

"; 1 tQ the Ocala Banner. Edison records only 35 cts., large Circuit court convened Monday

: selection in stock. Can furnish any morning. A young white man from Miss Violette Robinson, of this city, and General Metal Workers. .

Mrs. W. M. Goin, who came up to Edison record in three or four days. the and Mr. James Munroe, of Leesburg,
Gainesville plead guilty chargeof
take part in the Tyrolean Queen: returned Perpetual points will give sweeter were united in marriage last Tues-
and sentenced to Old Stills taken in for
forgery was one exchange new ones. Patching
i ;_ to her home at Homosassa I music, more natural tone than any Wildwood. The
afternoon at
day through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
other. You Edison records yeas's hard labor on the hard roads.
t.: Monday afternoon. Mr. Goin came I can play bride is a niece of Mr. J. D. Robertson wire will receive prompt attention ,at either of thefollcwing
three thousand times. Call and hear The forgery was committed against a
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r:< with works .
: up Monday morning returning -
and has made her home with
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and for A. E. Burnett,
see yourself. firm at Dunnellon. The man
'. young
I his wife the afternoon train.The" I'
on d-w him and his wife for several
Agent, Ocala, Fla. 5 2m years.
IV has several brothers and sisters who (TJtUPTT ifll I P U 1\ 1r""E.IIt.I'ILLC. \ .
; Store hast She was on her way to Whitney to : ., II. U. SAVANNAH, UR,
. Anti-monopoly Drug are dependent on him for support and
The Tyrolean Queen Proceeds, Wild- JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE ALA
handsome visit relatives bat was met at :
received
just some new he leaves them in very distressed
The net proceeds of the Tyrolean wood by Mr. Munroe, who is a prom-
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tables and chairs for their cream circumstances. The judge made the -
Queen given at the opera house Friday inent business man, and they
and soda water department. Theyare sentence as light as possible under young
and night were |131.S5. Of this were married at once and proceededto S. A. STANDLEY & CO.
attractively arranged are the law and in passing sentence delivered -
amount |50 goes to the Ladies'Ceme- the groom's home at Leesburg,
quite a valuable addition to this pop- a very touching lecture to the
ular store. tery association and $31.S5 to the young man. where they are now residing.

Marion County Hospital association, Their Ocala friends will be surprised -
The Pin acle of Human
In the death of Brother Edwards A young negro boy charged with ) Skill.
i both of whom greatly appreciate this : I at this announcement, but extend
G society loses a valuable member, the stealing a horse was acquitted. .
donation. .
congratulations and best wishes.A -
Confederate Veterans a loyal comrade Adjudged Insane. r Has been reached in our carrigaes
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. the community a good citizen See the new line of willow rockers, Nicholas Stephens, the Syrian,who Positive Necessity. I t buggies and harness. The only: way

and the church a most loved and tables, chairs and settees at Ocala has been conducting a green Aaving to lay upon my bed for 14 they can ever be better is to raise the
grocery
helpful member. the face of Furniture Co. x days from a severely bruised leg, I
May ,I and fruit store for the past two yearson only found relief when I used a bot- pinnaole: -elevate the standardandeven
God be shined in love the bereaved
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upon Citra Officials. the corner of South Second and tle of Ballard's'Snow Liniment. I then our vehicles will be found

family. Baptist Church In the recent municipal election at Main streets, was last Saturday ad- can cheerfully recommend it as the '
at the top. They are not so high in
Weekly Leaflet. Citra the following officials were judged insane and ordered sent to best medicine for bruisesever sent to 1
the afflicted. It has now become a prices though, as to be out of reach
elected, viz: Chattahoochee for treatment. His

e W. H. Harrison clerk, K. positive necessity upon myself.D. RK of most vehicle users. Let ns quote
". e. Mayor ; business is at present in charge of R. Byrnes, merchant, Dovers-

. H. Wartmann; marshall, R. W. Hol- Mr. P. H. Norris. ville, Texas, 25c, 5Oc j and f 1 at all t you figures. '
' CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS
liday; assessor, G. M. Townsend; gists. m
Lb Best Cough Syrop. Tastes Good. The attractive line of'rugs now being -
Use la Sold treasurer S. T. Carswell, aldermen,
tuna by druggists. ,
t shown by Pittman & Son, the

I".;!: I J. N. Malphus, R. C. Douglass andT. furniture men, is up-to-now. Go I'OIIY5KmNEYCUP.Jr LIVERY FEED & SALE STABLE
Elaider Ri h: ,
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AN OLD LETTER DISCOVERED.It -'-' .

EXPLOSION OF BOMB RUSSIAN WARSHIPS\ DESPONDENT WOr ANCOfnMITTED "

Seems, To Ba a Genuine! Autograph c tj

Letter of Geo. Washington.Fort BURN SMALL' CRAFTS ."

CREATES EXCITEMENTWhile Worth, tex., May 8.-A specialto SUICIDE I 4

The Record from Sherman, TeL, II .,.;
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says: "What seems to be a genuine !

letter of They Capture Small Sailing Ves Land of *
autograph from t'ld pen Geo. t The
While Crowd Was Following Upbraids Man In Letter Before i
Washington, has mysteriously made: its
sels and Destroy Them. I
Wagons Report Camt- appearance In the office of District She Ended Her Life..

Clerk J. L.. Aston, among; legal papers. I II Uneeda Biscuit :

No one could lay claim to the musty JAPS WATCHING ROJESTVENSKYThey I

ALLEGED CULPRIT IS ARRESTED document, and all were entirely mystified RESIDED AT THE FINEST HOTEL ,
3
by the find. Believ the Burning of the Small!!
The Strike Situation in Chicago Has Apparently the Couple Was and
"Though yellowed with age, the yet Happy :
Vessels a Trick to Divert Their Attention i -The Modern
Reached an Acute Stage-Rioting |er is wonderfully well preserved. It the Woman's Tragic Death Ravealeo j

is dated from Mt ..Yernon.IarC't: 6. from Main Squadron; -Alleged i
Continues Despite Federal Court Injunctions : Her Secret-Former Home In City
A 1775. and addressed to Mr. M, C. Spy Is Imprisoned. I Soda Cracker- ;
and Guards. of New Orleans.
Heavy \
Washington, near Leeds, in King ,
Tokio, May 6.-\oon-As none hasp
Chicago, May 8.-Suspected of George, and appears to be in reply to a been sighted it is believed the larger New York May 8.-A handsome w. r
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letter for a loan of 200 pounds ster
I throwing a bomb under an Adams Express vessels of the Vladivostok squadron man about 2S years old, who was hus, } Bounded on the
ling. The writer. says he is in needof ,

wagon, Julius Hilderbrand is and would gladly borro.v that sum accompanied the torpedo boat posed to be Mrs. J. W. Gray; of Nt f

under arrest, charged with deadly as himself." which appeared west of Hokkaido yes: Orleans, attempted to commit SUICKK "North by the Purityof a

terday. It is doubted that the torpe- ,
sault. He is also accused of violating; early: today in a room at the Hot V
do boats would venture across unescorted

injunctions of the United States cir Florida Senatcr Sues Newspaper.Jacksonvile in the heavy sea which was run ; Imperial by shooting. She was fOUL > the Snows ; on
Fla., May S.-Former
cuit court. The alleged bomb throw- ning when they burned the sailing! in an unconscious and extremely! st ious .
State Senator C. N. Brown of Marion
Ing took place last night at DesPlanes vessels. All the crew of this ye.sesl condition and was removed to d the
county, today filed notice of suit for the South by
except the captain, who was captured, hospital. The surgeons there aa>'
and VanBuren streets. $25,000 damages against the Metropolis .
A succeeding in landing, but a steamer there is but little chance for rtcove j
The scene of tlfe explosion was half an afternoon paper in Jackson Wealthof
dispatched to the rescue of the burning Accompanied: by a man a few yea : Nutritious ]
a dozen due south of Ha- ville. Basis of the suit was from
squares derelict ,was forced to return on her senior, the woman appeared at u:, >
"market, where the celebrated bomb charges made by that paper that the
account of the storm. The Russian Imperial April 20. The couple neifetered
throwing of the anarchists took ,place senator accepted and rode on rat: the Tropics ; on
poured kerosene on tie decks of th" as J. W. Gray and wile, Xt. i! ,
19 almost to a day. When passes. Under Florida law it is a
years ago sailing vessels and then withdrew after -| Orleans.
last night's explosion occurred a number crime for senators or representativesto I theHealthfulness
having ignited the surface of tae The woman died at the hospital the East by
of policemen were guarding the accept or ride on free passes anda
oil. The torpedo boats have nOL been without recovering consciousness.
charge of same is equivalent to a I
which enroute
express wagons were None of the '.
J reported today. employes of the hot \ of
charge of crime. The declaration in Y
from the United States express company's :
remember to have: seen Gray ur.l5 :j
the suit will be filed in June. Senator
station at DesPlanes and Chi 1
Russian Ships Destroy Small!! Vessels. the night and he could not be rod.. "
and Milwaukee and St. Paul Brown was recently unseated in the '
cago, Tokio Slay 8.-Four Russian torpe- around the hotel at the time of th Scientific Baking ;
senate by contest of Baskins, of Ma !
tracks The wagon was being escorted do boats from Vladivostok appeared shooting. The suite occupied by tur j;

through the streets amid riotous rion. westward of Hokaido, off Sutsu, :}es- Grays: was the finest on the BOnI.\'...... j the West by the

scenes. Many times the police terday. It it doubted that the torpedo side of the hotel. i m on
had been forced to use clubs and Youth Killed by Elevator. '
boats would venture across unes- The woman left four letters, one of
Atlanta, May S.--With his neck
who followed and
threatened Power
persons corted in the heavy sea which was these was sealed addressed to Cttas: Energizing
4 threw stones, sticks, pieces of coal locked securely between the heavyweights H. Stoneham
running when: they burned the sailing 44 Broadway. On tu<. !|

and bottles a tthe nonunion drivers.On of an elevator and the inside vessels. All the crew of this vessel and back of it was written: f t f Mountains.
railing of the shaft Scott Swanton, I of the
both sides of the wagon were imprisoned the captain, dispearingto "I wish:: that no one would open this
a boy IS years of age, had his neck I
copies of the injunction issued to seven the northwest. They were evident but the person addressed."
broken about 6:45 o'clock Friday
express companies by Judge C. C. eve- ly returning Vladivostok.. Thereis A second sealed letter was addressed ""
ning at the Chamberlin-Johnson-Du- I
Kohlsaat of the United States circuit a possibility that they have A<. to a storage warehouse, tilts
hose company's store on Whitehall
court for bidding all interference with stroyed other small craft althoughno & 3S '
street. Young Swanton was an elevator city.The '
the business of the express companies. reports to that effect have been re- third letter was unenclosed, and
boy in the building. He was
At times the police pointed to the injunctions ceived. written on two sheets of paper. It 1
on the first floor after the store had
and warned persons in the The abject of their visit is not clear.It appeared that one portion had been ';: 3i!
closed trying to fix button the
crowd against violating the injunction a on is thought that probably they hopedto written yesterday afternoon and th NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
insIde railing of the elevator shaftat
and incurring danger of being held torpedo the Japanese patrol at other sheet early today before the woman -
the time of the fatal accident.
for contempt of the federal court. The night and it is also suggested that the shot herself. The letter began

action had a good effect on the crowd Kills Vladivostok vessels plan diversion "Dear Sweetheart: When I caiLu
'! Woman.
which generally ceased for the time to assist the fleet of Admiral Rojetven- you up on the telephone you talkedso
Ga., May 8.-Mrs. Adeline
the throwing of missiles, but continued Valdosta sky. cruelly to me that I went ou'
Hicks, an aged widow living near Melrose .
to follow the wagon.At and bought a revolver intending to
f in Echols Han't few
County was instantly
VanBuren and DesPlanes streetsA Alleged Russian Spy Imprisoned.* do it then. I was brought up in a
killed by lightning. She was in her
street car blocked progress of the I Singapore Straits Settlements May convent and my religion teacht-a Graham Crackers
I home at about 1 o'clock, when a heavy
wagon. I Vladimir Antoniovitch, the alleged against such things, but I can't stan
storm came up and she started to a Butter Thin Biscuit .J/
The police cleared the obstrution Russian spy, who carried a passport it any longer. I
window to close it. As she reachedthe
made out in another name and who Here there was a break in the it- 'I
be encountered crowd ot
only to by a window a bolt of lightning struck I Social Tea Biscuit. j
wsicl swelledto was arrested on the fortified island of ter and when it was continued it Wa
1,000 persons, rapidly the house and passed though her body
2,500 or more. All traffic at the Brani and arraigned in Singapore: in a different ink. "Again and again union SnapsStamina
floor. She
hurling her to the neverspoke
corner was stopped, the police meanwhile April 25, on the charge of being on you have disappointed me, Onailej .
after the flash came, and was r
government property without authority What in God's name: have I done:
vainly endeavoring to dispersethe
dead when members of the family
crowd. I was sentenced to three months you were anxious to get rid of me "
reached her side. r
I II imprisonment for trespassing and was i iI that were eagy.11y did you have
i. Soon persons living in the buildings: I
S ,I A o- Viri ": r.StSsion c;. me to come to New York? Here i
In the vicinity began to threw nissiles. Accident Befalls Youth.
Strange I sketching materials in a fortified am as your wife. If you had -a:<:
.. The crown follower suit an. Cfadsden, Ala., May S.-Guy Craig
'. ....loaiovitcn has given noticeof 'Ollie I do not want you to retuT
in a short tine the a,: was 1i.!e- ivb' about 13 years old was found on Forest >
an appeal. would never have done so. W<:
f .!pieces of crockery, old soal shove,
avenue last night with his skull
CJiarley this is the last. I wish vtn, i
oil cans aid even disii-s. The police:
+ crushed. He was unconscious. Kvis ,
Ready for Big Battle.! all the luck in the world. -- ;
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did their utmost to the rioting,
top
in serious condition and physiciansstate
Here the writer seemed to haI
Ftngaush Shieng, )Manchuria May 8 \<

bat were ovtrhelaieci.Sciienly he cannot recover. Young Craig _TT/v1.. ''''''A 4 .\K....!.5..w c Vol... "f"\01-t-am 4L&-o seem read.v I paused again, and no more seems b 56 08Ga @ g O a 80geA

while cat rioting was at was riding up Forest avenue, and he to assume the offensive on a large have been written for awhile. She QV w.;

its fiercest and the crowd kept states something struck him and his

pressing resumed: and
scale and activity already has begun c Style.Every a 5
; closer to the Wagons, a deafening mind is a blank from: that time on. against General Linevitch's left This "How I am suffering! I cannot standit .

, sound was heard, and a flash was His skull is crushed over the left eye. may be the prelude to another general any longer. It is now past 4 o'clock.' .-- 0 je

seen under the express Smoke He Is conscious at times and he is
wagon. battle. The Japanese have been A fourth letter left by the woman .

-- Poured from under the vehicle and now barely alive. He was found by concentrated and heavy columns on was found which was addressed to garment in this store ,whether it is a. :

the r wd fell back. passersby some time after the accident the Lao! river and their momentarily "Charles Sweetheart" and read as follows .. coat, a pair of trousers, a shirt or anything else down .
"
"Bomb! "Bomb! "Run for your advance divisions have been in contact :
to of socks stamina build and
.. a pair possesses of
, life!" was the cry that was taken up with the Russians who are bolding "I love you better than my life. 1 ..

:: by the crowd. Anarchist Returned to Italy. the main road from Fakoman to love you so much; and to think I haveto style of appearance. The materials are right; the 0

:,, A riot call from DesPlanes street New York, :MayVittorio Jaffei, Bashienschen.On go and leave you-I hate so to die.! Q making is careful and conscientious, and the style is 0

"=. station was answered by a wagon load an Italian anarchist, who was recent. Thursday the Japanese cavalry What little I have after my bills are .. correct and up to date. Ought not these facts count e

J.i of patrolmen to the scene and an ly arrested charged with being fan accomplice suddenly attacked the Cossacks in i paid I wish to be sent to Olivia Parker with you in the question of where you can trade to

: of Breed who killed King 1923 St. Andrews street New Orleans (I
Immediate
latterto
transformation from the overwhelming force, forcing the
',' Humbert, has started in custody for best advantage: We are handling the best of goods,
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fighting, swearing mobs of a minute retire. Then supported by infantry I have a lot of furniture I f) ;

before and now "quiet, subdued and Italy, acording to a Herald dispatch the Japanese advanced and drove had shipped from New Orleans. I and carry a fine assortment in all mens lines. Everything I)

E, much diminished crowd" that pressed from Alexandria, Egypt Jaffei was the Russian infantry out of the village wish also that returned to New Orleans S is fresh, nevy and attractive. Prices are low as
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'.; toward the express wagon. previously in Zanzibar, where he professed of Palatoun. A Russian reconnoitering to Olivia Parker, a negro girl goods of true merit can be sold for. Come, and _'
to have 'become a mussulman. I have relatives." S see.
A general search was.made for the party 20 miles further west no if we do not deserve trade.
He was tried but not convicted ;your
i. _,: persons who threw' the deadly supposed once ran into an ambush and all the party This letter was signed "Mrs. Gray. ..

r [ bomb. members of the crowd assisting. .. The him deported.Italian government then ordered except five were killed. J.A W.bundle Gray"of letters at various addressed places to were Mrs. Sci Spring Suits, Spring Hats. e '

Many detectives were scattered

f f: about and soon Hilderbrand wag Wen Known Actress Sprains Ankle. found when the woman's effects were Spring Shirts, Spring Neckwear, : r"1

1 arrested. Later two men named James; Hargis Jury Unable to Agree. New York, May 8.-:Mrs. Leslie Car searched. On the back of two photographs O. Spring Underwear Shoes. .

t., Rogers and Henry Pfeiffer were ar Louisville, Ky., May 8.-A telephone ter, the actress, is confined to her found among her letters was Spring CDI

" rested. message from Lexington says the juryin apartments, reporte dto be suffering written the name "Charlie H. Stone-

Examination of the the Hargis case is hopelessly hung. from a severely sprained ankle. The j!I ham," the same as on the letters left The GuaranteeS I !
express
/Ii. wagon The jury reported at 11 o'clock that theater by the woman. ,
Belasco where she has been j]I
< at the company's stables shows it
w abut
" there was no prospect of reaching an playing has been closed. Mrs. Carter:j; At the offices of 0. F. Jonassen &

< slightly damaged. agreement and that if they were keptin was stepping from her carriage when]i C{)., mining brokers at 44 Broadway Clothing and Shoe Co. I 1
; Police Inspector Wheeler denied today the room for three decision !
weeks no the horses started, and she fell to the I I I it was said that Charles H. Stonehamwas
" that it was a genuine case ot could be arrived at. Judge (I :
sidewalk. She probably will not be a member of the firm. A memberof Furnishers to 'Men Who Know."
bomb throwing. He especially threw Parker, however, requested the jury 6)e
,- able to appear again for some time. the firm said that S ne-ham was
doubts on statements that there had to retire and deliberate until Orje> Price and if
noon. Money Refurjded 6) .
Three tendons of the left ankle are married and lived in Jersey City. .
been an explosion and maintained that
-- said to be badly wrenched. Plain Figures. Not Satisfactory. G
: vitriol, not dynamite, :was thrown. Steamship Struck by Ice Floe. -

.. The driver of the United States Express I St. Johns, N. F., May S. The Allan Indianapolis, May 8..-Post- ,-Office- In- Woman Known in Boston. Ocala House Block. 0eceo0GeoIIs j

.;, company's wagon, John Sorner, line steamer Victoria Liverpool for spector W. T. Fletcher and R. M. Boston May 8.-From :Miss H. .!! I

unlike Inspector Wheeler, entertainsno Montreal with 1,600 passengers struck Hosford have been subpoenaed to appear Stone, at No. 68 Humbolt avenue this :

'.' doubt that there was an explosion an ice floe on one mile off Cape -
Rayeat
', before the federal grand juryat city, It was learned that the Hotel
corner, whose clothing wac covered the entrance of gulf of St Law. Imperial suicide Mrs. J. W. ;
San Antonio TeL, and left for was Gray,
with a pungent blue-colored acid rence. She is unable to ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
proceed further Texas today. It is understood that of Chicago widow of a former broker -

eays: the Ice being packed across Cabot their testimony will W in regard to of that city. Before 'her marriageto ,

1 "Whatever it was I have a big marl strait The Purser who came the government's campaign againstthe Mr. Gray about two years ago, she THROUGH CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA. ;"
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: as a result on my leg. T1; ere was a ashore reported that all on board were lottery business. lived in New Orleans, where a brother ---CONNECTIONS- --

loud report, and I believed a bomb had well. and sister still live. :Miss Stone To the East Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, -J

teen thrown. The prisoner Hilder- Fatal Collision In Philadelphia. was an Intimate friend of :Mrs. Gray Richmond
I and Pennsylvania -
Washington thence T ia
:,
brand: is a letter carrier. Hung Wife to Tr nsom. Philadelphia, :May 8. A freight'I 'for many years. Miss Stone said All Rail Ry.

=-t No More Negroes Employed. Louisville, Ky., May .-Rev U. G. train on the Philadelphia and Reading that Mrs. Gray was S6 years of age 3

Sutherlin, :formerly pastor of the Park railway crashed Into a trolley car at [ and wealthy. To the (1( ia Montgomery) and Louisville & Nashville

';, Sheriff Thomas E. Barrett today, af. Christian church at New Albany, Ind., the crossing at American street and I and Dixie Flyer route via Atlanta.
ter makfg a tour of the shopping dis West
was arrested at Silver Grove, Ind., on Susquehanna avenue in the northwest
trict said Well Known in New Orleans. .
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a warrant charging him with the murder ern section of the city this afternoon.It .
"The serious trouble To the East Via Savh & Ocean S. S. Co. for New York, '
seems to
be of his wife. Last October the is understood that several persons New Orleans, May 8.-Miss Olivia
orer. The strike situation Is 1 Phila. and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New ,
row body of Mrs. Sutherlin was found were killed, and that all other passengers Parker of 1923 St. Andrew street,

well in the hands of the authorities, hinging from a transom In her home in the car were injured said that she had known Mrs. Gray Via York, Wash'tonl: and B'ltmore. Via Savh. and

and I look for a continuation of Merchants and Miners Trans. Co. For Baltimore
comparative and it was supposed to be a case of most of her life. She refused, however -
: quite and tranquility I 1 Standard Oil Official Indicted. Steamship J and Philadelphia.
am glad gulcide Mrs. Sutherlin's father, how.eTef' to disclose the maiden name of _
that the employers have decided not Peoria, IlL, :May 8.-The grand the deceased. She said that Mrs.
mad information before
the
West
Key Via Peninsular & Occidental
:. to engage any more negroes. WhenI jury at Pekln, IlL, has returned Indictments Gray was reared In the Ursnlines con-
grand Jury recently charging Rev. Air I
',: was brought into this matter for SutheUn with her murder and the arrest against two high officialsof ) : vent in this city. She left her 15 or -Havana Steamship Company. -

conference I unhesitatingly informedthe followed. Mr. and Mrs. Suther- the Standard Oil company. Requisition 20 years ago and married J. W. Gray,

:" ,. merchants that the use of negroes papers will be asked of Gover- a Chicago broker. She had since then Quickest schedules '
"; lin had not lived together for some Superior Service. For information as ,,:
tor strike breakers was causing more nor Deneen sent Monday. The names been a frccaent visitor to this city to rates schedules etc. consult
:.. time prior to the time when the body j the Purple Folder or commUnI'ate -I

'. : rioting than any other factor in the was found have: been suppressed. j I and was wealthy and the possessor of with T, C. White D. P. A., Tampa; W. J. G. P. A.; H. 31 ,',
fight to win from the onions" .
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I31SA: ELISABETH; EABEIS. Local Editsr 1 I TheJShaw-Thompson Trial. MR. AND MRS R. $. I Annie Davis, Florence Walters, I WE ARE OFFERING

As it progresses, interest in the Florrie Condon, Lida Brown,

-HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. above trial increases. All the evidence H f LL'S RECEPTION. Edna Delp, Nellie Curd, Bessie Por-

was finished yesterday at noon, ter, Sarah McCreery, Edith Piatt, GOOD RICE AT 4C A POUND --

)Ir. B. W. Blount is on a business They Entertained Very Elaborately and Louella Gary, Mary Anderson, Sara
and immedia'ely after dinner the
| visit to Tampa. < and Violet Harris, Messrs S. T. Sis-

arguments of the attorneys in the Delightfully Last Night. trunk, Lee Miller, John and Will It is the Best We Have Seen at This Price. We Also Have

a i, peanut and amber cane case were begun.Mr. Ocala society has anticipated with i Taylor, E. T. Helvenston, Howard .

Bee "*)./;-ihe Ocala Seed Store. x Edwin W. Davis made the great pleasura for the past week Mr. Clark, Emmett Robinson, Arthur. I RICE AT 3 CENTS. .

Mr. Richard S. Hall and Mr. S. A, opening speech and presented the and Mrs. Richard S. Hall's receptionlast :MastersV.. T. Gary, W. H. Powers, -

Rawls are business visitors to Jack facts in a clear, concise, logical and night Their anticipations were T. H. Harris, Louis Duvall, E. J. i

most effective manner. He showed Crook J. H Workman 1i;A.Murphy .
:
eonvi 1e. fully realized, for there has never i

from the position of the parties and been an entertainment more replete A. J. :McLaughlin, M. J. Roess, C. The 0. K. GROCERY isn't the largest store in Florida .0.7'

,We regret to hear of the severe illness the direction of the shot from the with attractive and appropriate appointments G. Cantrell and H. A. Waterman. or in Ocala, either, but can sell goods as Cheap as the

of :Mi 8. Thomas Barnes at the fatal gun that the statements of the than the beautiful affair 1} Cheapest. A visit to our store will convince you that

defense were a physical impossibility Ocala's Famous Soap Tree.
House.
Club of last evening. WE ARE NOT SLEEPING !
and that the deceased not in I American
was any Persons who have read the -
Kirkland'fl anti-trust bill has been The Hall residence on Fort King
attempting to do bodily harm to I
way "
be of
indefinitely postponed. The vote was avenue is admirably suited for entertaining Soap Journal will aware {
the defendant, and that his killing
to 27. and it was very elaborately the fact that there is a very noted
28
was entirely without warrant or jus 10. K. GROCERY. I
decorated at this time. The party tree in Algiers called the African
Painters are at work on the Ocala tification.Col. i
was Japanese in every detail and the soap tree, from which genuine soapis
House and already it is taking on I Lloyd made a classical oration. CLARK BROS., Proprietors.
arrangements were perfect.The manufactured.Prof. .
ofimprovement. He stated that Shaw Thompson was Next to Benus
airs Bakery Ocala Florida. _
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large piazzas were beautifully E. Moulie, of Jacksonvile,
at his own home surrounded by his i.
tea at the armory from 5 illuminated with Japanese lanterns, J Florida, has interested.himself about ..:
'silver I
I family with malice in his: heart towards -
to'40 o'clock this evening will be a and entering the hall the guests !]I this tree, as he has about a great t
o no one whn he found the deceased I > >
very pleasant affair. I were welcomed by Miss ;Mattie Wil- I many other things which he believes .
/ prowling about his premises FENCING58
.. I liams, one of the guests-of-honor, and I will thrive well in Florida, and in order -
Mr: and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and with a gun_in his hand; when hailed,
t I c INCH;\
Mrs. William Hocker. to test the same, he communicated .. _
Miss Janie Woodrow went down to refusing to respond, and when I I .6-1.. fl'
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I In the parlor Mrs. Hall was aSsist- : with the American consul at ts
Lake Weir yesterday afternoon. Thompson told him that if he could 6 l:. 046 It -
ed in receiving by Miss Carrie Williams Algiers for some of the plants and J
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will return today. give an account of himself that the ;; .. -
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I the other guest-of-honor; Rev. i./berries. His letter was referred to 6 !.) 34.ltt ::, r
defendant;put himself in a threatning ; ,
Mrs. H. A. Ford and her daughter. and Mrs. C. C. Carroll and Mrs. E. the Plant Industry United States I :. 'I 28 'l :,1 '
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I attitude, and under the circumstances I NN.I >
Hiss Emily Ford are at home from H. Mote, of Jacksonville. Mr. Hall's Department of Agriculture, Wash- >j I 20rllt '"1 -
the shooting was justifiable and it y.K .
:White Springs, where they have been t declare.Mr. absence was much regretted. He ington, D. C., who in turn referredit I '-. !>o-
was: the duty of the jury to so ,
iplst two weeks. : was called to Jacksonville on busi- to .rof. A. B. Stubenraugh, of thegovernment I '. I
Col.Lloyd .
R. L. Anderson followed tS !!II .
ness and was unable to be present.All experiment station, at I .. jl -
with two hours oration. His ,-- IS, .....
lovely little son has recently a I
of the rooms were very tastefully Berkley, California, who stated that
. come to make his home with his parents speech was masterly. He was at'' '
others I decorated with bamboo, Japanese there were some of the trees in the J The latest pattern and the best for field: Hog and Cattle Proof,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred King, in times soft and persuasive, at
aenunI lanterns and fans and red and experimental gardens ) under his will keep out the smallest pig as bottom space is but 2 inches. .
Jacksonville. I powerful and overwhelming -
yellow flowers. The combination of charge, but they had been lost in re
I ciation and satire. He is a finished Sesh Doors and Blinds Mowers Rakes Local Binder Twine
Miss Sue Barco has returned home these brilliant Japanese colors was moval. ,
i J orator and never in his life before
after spending a week at Cotton exceedingly effective.In Prof. Moulie, having resided in Algiers
? : used to better purpose his gifts of

Plant with her brother, Mr. Xew- speech. He took the evidence in detail one corner: of the hall under a .I at one time, was familiar with -- General Hardware .

:,: comb Barco. big Japanese umbrella, punch was j the tree and wrote a description of it
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and used it to the advantage of
I served by five dainty little maidens j for the special edition of the Jacksonville Buy yonr Binder Twine from us. Cap load just received.
Miss Hattie Dye chaperoned her the gray headed prisoner at the;bar. i
I from fair Japan, wearing long Sun. His article falling un- "
I'-school class on a picnic yesterday Hon. Thomas Palmer made the MARION H RDW1RE COMPANY.LAJNTDS. ;
kimonas and other Japanese acces der the inspection of Mr. J. H. liv- .
went out conple concluding argument. He has the '.
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afternoon. They II
sories. They were Misses :Mary: Bur- ingston, of this city and the description ,
reputation of beng one of the finest ------
road and --
: miles the Snramerfiela ----'-
of
on I
: ford, Leta Camp, Marguerite Porter, j so near fitting a tree which he "
criminal lawyers in Florida and his I \-
afternoon. I t tj .'- "
spent very- -merry----- efforts yesterday afternoon and lastninht j Lncile Standley and Alta Pearson. i' has growing on his place that he f-Jf i "

Mrs. Mathews being unable to entertain These same young girls served in the j I wrote to Prof. :Moulie: about it, sending < t '"- ; .
J sustained in a high degree this ; If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent: -i," -r:
the Confederacy i dining room into which the guests him some of the berries amP also
the Daughters of I reputation and added fresh laurels to j I t or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, .i -'J" _-.
illness \\vre invited by Mrs. Miller, Mrs. j of the small trees. Prof \IouI -
on account of they are 1 his wreath. His exordium was 'ornate some j turpentining lumber purposesVrte '

the home.Slips. I Hocker, and Miss Williams. It was I lie believes that this is the identical .
invitedjto meet at 1'' :: \ ? to
[| prdiidly and pleasing. He paid his respects -I : .
Gary, this afternoon at 3:30 a particularly pretty room in its garbof soap tree and4w ill lead to very important "
: to the classical reference of
o'clock. red and yellow flowers, bamboo results as it is a tree of very i BLOUNT REAL ESTATE cd. ;
-j L, m Col. Lloyd about the "sancity of the
and ferns.: 3r o. Sistrunksat commercial value. This tree
Miss Sallie Camp who attended L home," fervidly endorsed all he said asparagus Ii great OC ,ALA FLORIDA. -
at th table and poured tea, and about '
: was brought to Ocala twenty \
Brenau College at Gainesville! Ga., :, but said, unfortunately, that there '
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to carry out the Japanese effect she I 1 from China by Eev.I .
the past term, is spending a few daysin : was no evidence to corroborate his years ago -
also donned a kimona. Three courses I Benjamin Helm, who was!: for a long The remains of the infant child of I
Savannah with her sister, Mrs. G. statement that the home of the defendant Jerry Burnett -
-\ were served. The alad was decorated j time a Presbyterian; missionary to : Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Owens, of Jack ,
F F. Armstrong before coming home had been in any manner violated I
: with yellow and red nasturtiums, I the Celestial Empire. The tree has sonville were interred in the family !: Merchant
for the summer vacation. j or that it had been. threatened

-- ------ < with violence. He carefully went with the bisque cream, red and green !j been bearing for a number of years burial grounds in Greenwood cemetery ; I II

Mrs. E. H. Mote, who has spent cherries were used and the cakes J and-yields annually a croo of three in this city yesterday afternoon.
over all the evidence and the com- I Tailoring
several weeks in Ocalawith her sis- were iced in red and yellow and gin- or four barrels of berries. Rev. C. C. Carroll, pastor of the Bap- ;
: ments thereupon by the attorneys I !
ter, Mrs William Hocker will return : ger candy was used. I Its botanical name is Sapindus tist church of this city performed the Ocala, Florida. ;
of view
and from his point argued I
: to her home in Jacksonville today. Japanese incense was burned II I manatensis utilis. I II burial ceremony The remains of the Finest Imported and :
'
conclusively that the killing of Tillis I .
Mrs. Hocker and dainty little Miss throughout the house. Prof.loulie: suggests that the lit (lone were accompanied to Ocala Domestic Cloths. .
was murder and asked at the: hands
, Elizabeth Hocker will accompanyher The special game of the eveningwas Ocala tree be call Sapindus manatensis -! by Mrs. E of the jury a verdict of murder. Fits Guaranteed.
home for a visit of several weeks. throwing bean bags. These red utilis Florida. and be so recorded mother and father ,being unable] to r
The judge delivered a very.. impressive ___ ___ I II I
and yeuow oags were of different; for future reference.It come.
Miss Ethel Sinclair went to Jack- comprehensive: and impartial JlC.l VEB and ALACKA l'WiIiiW' -
sizes, each one counting a different be destined to make Ocala
J.On; about two months ago to : charge and at 9:30 o'clock the case may The Kings Daughters held a special
I score and they were thrown througha famous. .
I't enjfgjpit. Luke's hospital to study tot was given to the jury and at the hour -- .. meeting yesterday afternoon at the

bfjeome a trained nurse. She succeeded of going to press the jury is still deliberating small sized opening in a large board "Sandy" Locklear Captured. : home of Jirs. R. L. Anderson. The

that was very appropriately decorated received meeting was held on the lawn and
it. Sheriff Gordon
yesterday
BO excellently that already, upon
in red and yellow, carrying out at was a very pleasant one. Mattersof
before the six months is she has information from the authorities
up ; importance to the association FUNERAL
cards
The
the Japanese effect. score I
been madehead nurse of one of the LATER -The jury came into court Lumberton, N. C., notifyinghim that were transacted after which sherbertand
hand painted with Japanese
wards with several nurses under her. this morning and stated that they were they had captured "Sandy" Locklear I cake was served by Miss Anderson DIRECTORS.

geisha girls, lanterns and Japanese and Miss Violet Har ,
Miss Barco
,
could verdict. It is the who several weeks ago
She is very enthusiastic over her not agree on a negro
scenes. The prizes were exquisite ris.
work and her Ocala friends are delighted understood that the jury stood 11 to killed a man at the Home turpentinecamp I I H B-VM
water color pictures of a lovely Jap- I Have full stock of Coffins Caskets
&
Kiss: Annie Laura Robinson, of
murder in the about eight miles west of this
to hear that she is doing such 1 for conviction of and Burial Outfits. 8ptciaI'given to
anese girl standing on one of the attractive Coleman, who has been attending
ne work. second degree. The case will not Burial services.
,$ i bridges of that fair country.The city.Mr. tM'East Florida Seminary at Gainesville -
again be tried at this term of court.C. I Gordon left on the afternoonS. arrived in the city yesterday Embalming to Order

,..The last of a series of three games booby prizes were tiny Japanese ; A. L. train for North Carolina to afternoon en route to_her home. She
Robertsan of Mr. Carroll and Miss' I
S. soliciting agent Rev.
< o ball between the fifth and sixth pots. bring Locklear back for trial. The will remain for a couple of days as

ti--',grade boys of the Ocala High school the F. G. E. cars, departed Mondayfor Curd won the first prizes and Mrs. murder is said to have been a cold- the guest of her cousin, Mr. Z. D.

Ocala and other points, where he Mote and Mr. Clark, the bookies. Garrett, on South Fifth street.. '
was played Wednesday, resulting in blooded affair, and Locklear will 4
'"' his line. Mr. Robertson the entire Mr. Leon
will represent During evening
.the defeat of the former by a score have a hard road to travel if the crimeis Some Harvesting Machinery .
the of his and in {
has spent greater part Fishel played delightfully
of 12 to 4. The sixth has won two fastened him by the courts. .
on If the importation of harvestingmachinery -..-..-.
of the time in the Ocala district lately, and every particular this "Japanese re K\\i tt50o' <
out three games, hence is into the state is ,any

champion. for the time. Paul Gates says the shipments from that section ception" was a very charming event. Mr. Marcus Frank, who spent a indication, the Florida farming in- 6Qts.A

iR sixth grade while the are heavy.. Cucumbers and beans are Mrs. Hall was very becomingly week most delightfully with relatives
manager, dustry is certainly on the upgrade.The .
fifth grade is in charge of J. J. Tillis, especially fine, and in the northern gowned in white lace over white and friends at Miami, returned home International Harvesting Machine $4 :

'-jr., Edwin Green umpired Wednes markets are bring fine prices.- peau de soire. Miss Williams' lovely, Wednesday afternoon. While out ..'. '
Company sent ont from Chicago --..-
I day's game, Gainesville Sun.Growing gown was white embroidered chiffon sailing with Mr. C. :M. Brown, Jr., in
solid of
Monday seventeen cars
I over pink and Miss Carrie Williamswore his private yacht, Mr. Frank had the 12 f.. .
I Mr. J. T. McCullum and Mr. T. M. Aches and Pains. machinery for Florida points. The .,
an exceedingly pretty flowered misfortune to have his left foot badly
' Gibbons, of Tampa, were among the Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond,Tex., Marion Hardware Company of this .f9qf) .. H
'I tissue trimmed in lace and ribbon. crushed in the machinery of the boat. '
prominent; visiting attorneyshere writes, April 15,1902: "I have used city are agents for this territory.
Their guests last night besides He is walking with a decided limp, ,- _
I Wednesday. They were in the city Ballard's Snow Liniment in my fame Surrounding Ocala, and including
those assisting were the following: and his hurt is quite a painful one. 0 :
: settling up the John Conley estate. ily for three years. I. would not be I their share of the above stated ship-

! :-Mr. McCullum represents Mrs. Eddy. without it in the house. I have used Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Welsh, Mr. and The Sunday anti-baseball and fishing ment they have disposed of fourteencars $ T I
try li 1 tLC1 cl
I the adopted daughter Mr. Conley, it on my little girl for growing pains Mrs. C. V. Miller,Mr. and Mrs. D. E. bill went through the house of of this class of machinery this

: and Mr. Gibbons is the lawyer for and aches in her knees. It cured her Mclver, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Watson, the Florida legislature with the rapid- season. Mr. J. C. Wheeler,agent-for Chas. Blum"& Co., 517 and 519 W .
I have also used it for
. ,11. Rice, formerly Mrs. Conley. right away. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark, Mr. and ity of balloon. ascension. The vote the southern part of the state, is a Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla.
' frost bitten feet, with good success. I
r :Mrs- Rice got 1,200 in money andonethird Mrs Jack Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton was 45 to 9 and through the senate hustler and if there is the slightest
best liniment I used.
It is the ever:
I
of the real estate and Mrs. I 15c, 50c ank f 1. Sold by all druggists Camp, Mrs. B. W. Blount, with a vote of 18 to 10. So we cannot chance to place a machine he is "on fOLEY5110NEYANDTft.B. "

I Eddy received the balance. 1 m Misses Sne Barco, Gertrude Pereda, now play ball nor fish on Sunday. the spot." Igrtaud'' r""* .... 111.1'Jk a.rw

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_- A WORD ABOUT INSURANCE. The Grand Jury and the Tax Assessor. ,

_ : WEUCALA BANNER t And a Little Child t A Sermon I To the Editor of the Ocala Banner HANDS CR C m

ve Shall Lead Them. I or Parents. The fight now going on among the officers The grand jury has discovered the

FSAHZ HASBIS, Editor. .
-o of the Equitable Life Assurance I following mare's nest: "Some serious -
P. 7. lewensood, Easiness Mauser.
L Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me \ Describing the Society reveals a state of things that I irregulaiities being discoveredin AND DPEEL[

and Forbid Them Not for of Such is The Heights and Depths
Kingdom of Heaven. of.Love. opens the eyes of policy holders to a I! the tax: books, as turned in by the :
--+ ,
It l realization of ,facts little dreamed of j I assessor, we advise the board of j ..
Suffered for One
Year
-THE LITTLE O.\E LAID TO REST.-Brief was links than -
cammon joys. by them. They have put on their county commissioners to have state Was
the visit of the little one to the home of the editor i
t Caused Heat Q
I .'' of this paper whose presence was looked Do we not know that a grave can thinking caps and are thinking and examiner at an early date check up Agony, Intense

forward to as a solace to his declining;years,but not be so small that it fails to find in thinking hard. the collector and assessor's books." -Grew Worse Under Doctor?
the visit was long enough to diffuse love and
: joy to the household as stroDe and radiant ss the parents' hearts the place which Mr. James T. Menafee, in a care- Now, let us count the eggs, i. e. I t Could Not Do Any Housework

the warmth of the sunshine. Short,indeed, was in God's infinite wisdom has been set'i fully prepared article printed recently userious irrt larities." Davis' prop-, .
the stay, but rare indeed, the blessing sweet ,
-; the influence and hallowed the incense It was aside for the memorial to every child in the Atlanta Constitution, makes ,,erty, valuation 9000.00; Whayles', I ANOTHER $
borut>londay night at 9:30 o'c.oct! and was, laid of love? The obtains WONDERFUL -
parent new interest the statement that if :Mr. Hyde had 300.000; Connor's 20 acres, 300.00; j ;
MOTTO: THE BAKXEK, BELIEVING to rest Friday at 9 o'clock la the language of I !
L THOSE AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO our contemporary, it was, indeed, a "tiny blos-. in every day's, development of carried out his threat to wind up the in all of these the right hand figurewas I CURE BY CUTICUt
i
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS som faded-Ocala Banner, sept n, 1903 the child from birth to the limits of !I i, affairs of the Equitable by transferring dropped in copying the book, I .

TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI- -'''--- babyhood- he obtains new interest in |I.I!i the risks to other companies, besides also no personal property assessed to I "About a year ago' my hands be33

CAOB-3' WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE One, page of the April issue! of a every year's development of the boy'whether i I receiving his annual seven pjr mill at Silver Springs, or W. R. I to dies crack but and peel. J,trIed many j
they grew A orse all the ,'
ti.-
iND ITS FIGHT WILL BE MADE FOR Chicago periodical edited by one of it be from kilts to knee I cent dividend, and his $100,000 salary, Baker McIntosh, which will be I At last they'
THE BETTERMENT OF THOSE AT THEBO'l'TO ;
)!. the ablest newspaper men is devoted. pants, from knee pants to long trou- i I he could have realized as profits the I tacked on 1905 books .or two years as I tame It,15 so imposs sore t ;,

to the following: sers. or from smooth face to the first 1 I enormous sum of 450,000,000 on the the law provides.Out pnj for me to do '

FRIDAY MAY 12, 1905. In Memoriam., touch of downy beard; and every original investment of 51,000 by his of four million dollars assessments I housework put my hands< '

Born March 20. Died turn carries! ja new sensation to the father fifty or sixty years ago. these are the "serious irregu i water, I was Jl:
1 0 .
Hon. C. M. Brown has been made March 24. His coming was a parent's heart. How often, also, has This tells a story of exploitationand larities" which were not discoveredby I and agony if for I tried houl

j famous. joy to his mother and me. the sentence passed between father graft unequaled by anything the grand jury, but by a clerk in cook over the stove, the ht 4

His going has helped us to un- and mother as they anxiously bent known collector's office who has been caused intense pain. I consulted
\ to the financial annals of the the doctor, but his prescriptions
Our legislators want to make Sun-
derstand some things we did over the sick child's bed: "He's j justat world. No "get-rich-quick" concerncan running around town for a week telling utterly useless. I gave him up
day baseball a penal offense. not know. tried another but without the
the age when it will be hardest to hold a feeble light to it. To have this wonderful discovery in orderto satisfaction. About six weeks a

Sid Sleigh is getting good deal of To some this language may need lose him But is is because the parents made such enormous profits tells injure him. got my first relief when I pur ago

free advertising in the Packer.Mr. translation; but it will be understoodby love best the child that is sick ) of the Cuticura Soap .and Ointment
I how enormously the confiding and Let me explain the workings using them for a'week, I found to III

the loving parents of living chil-, that they think that death at that unsuspecting policy holder has beencjuarterlyandannually tax books so that people can under- great delight that my hands \Ii'
Bryan would not object to an beginning to feel much better
dren and it will be ,
selfinterpretingas
i age would bp the "hardest." At any clipped. They stand it all, for I have nothing; to deep cracks began to heal up
editorial trust demo-
or newspaper on it strikes a holy and sympatheticchord age and at all ages, from babyhoodeven have been lambs in the hands of the hide, and will be glad to have any stop running, and to-day my han
cracy. who are entirely well the one cake
1 in the hearts of those o
unto manhood, the death of a shearers. competent man check up my books, Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura:! ,
,
Togo or not Togo is getting to,be a have loved and lost. all
ttt .
child calls into the do Ointment being I useaAJ:
parent's heart :\Menafee's policy expired many which no one can possibly: as
very serious affair with the Japanese "Language out of life-out of (signed) Mrs. Minnie Drtw, 18 Dana
grows and the parent's heart, always on years ago. He writes as if he Las thoroughly as the collector does every St., Rosbury: Ma s."
and Russian navies.: its agonies and ecstacies.its wastes
guard in the child's interest, makes had access to the records and he has year.

Speaker Gilchrist gave a dinner to and its weariness. Every language is prompt and grief-stricken response. carefully computed that if he were The tax; valuation of property of ONE NIGHT TREATMENT

the county superintendents. It looks a temple in which the soul of those Now, let those whose hearts do given his share of the accrued profitshe Marion county amounts to about :
who it is enshrined." How For Sore Hands and Feet
like he is erecting some gubernatorialfences. speak not yet wear these scars imagine would be entitled to notJess than four million dollars, taxes on same

many, 'many, fathers and mothers what they would do if asked to chooseone $10,000, perhaps more, but is, only to about eighty-seven thousand dol- with CuticuraSoak

whose souls are enshrined in the temple of their children whom they could offered $3,159, cr less than the amount lars, all of which the,' collector is the hands or feet on retiring !
Th&Ocala Banner's circulation is in a strong hot, creamy lather cfs.
;' ,. Mill increasing. Among others enrolled where was spoken this eloquent best spare. There is an old story, he paid in to the company over thirty charged with, and then is credited Cuticura Soap. Dry and anoint freel,_
memorial to a little one, whose coining told in At with Cuticura Ointment,the skis-
homely verse, that illustratesthis rears ago when money was worth with all he collects and pays in. great
yesterday was one from Lon- Wear the hands
cure. on during,the
revealed the very heights of love point well. A father and mother the final settlement he in a
don, Eng. more, he says, in purchasing power brings night old loose gloves or bandage]""
and whose going showed what death had been offered a house and land if than it is to-day. list of errors, doublets and insolvences feet lightly in old,soft cotton or lii'Cutieura
West Florida wants a new county Soap,Ointment,and Pill.tm nd!
really is! in return from out of their sev n naming the page and party on the world Porter Drug ft Cnem.Corp.V>!.1"11I-.&_
The has of 50-
wants it to be named Bloxham Equitable a surplus 8j-Send fur H".U Cure itching,Dcalr Sumvn'
v and The boy in his teens thinks he children one child should be given to 000,000 which rightly belongs to the whose account the error is claimed,
in honor of him who for a number of -
lows when for the first time he makes
the donor. Poverty seems to have policy holders, and many besides Mr. which list: is examined and approvedby
years was Florida's "favorite son." bold the with many years and proves the compare
to "gathering myrtle
go pressed heavily upon that home and Menafee are beginning to ask when the county commissioners beforehe

We earnestly advise Editors Harris Mary, Mary whose heart he knows;" seven mouths to feed brought b a great will the policy holder besrin to s t his is credited with it; if that does I ative accuracy of the books. -

and the youth thinks he loves when he responsibilities. The mother suggested t not balance his account he must then I! If the state examiner worked far.:
; Bittinger to get ready for an share, of what is rightfully his own?

earthquake. About 50 Tampa Elks presses the engagernentt ring upon that they choose among the little It is absolutely true that those go down into his own pockets. Now months he could not do the work

;:' will hit their town Wednesday.- the finger of his sweetheart and sealsit ones as they slept; so.walking handin whose policies have matured and you see how he is forced to list carefully half as well. How could he teJt

'.Tampa Tribune with a kiss; the young man thinkshe hand they surveyed the inmates of have been surrendered have not received every error in the book. That whether Dans' property is worn

" loves when he leads his bride to $900. or 9,000? How could 1 he-='
their household. First to the cradle their share of their own, or list is filed in the clerk's office and "
. A resolution of inquiry as to the the altar. And they all do love-in tell whether Baker has any personal
" where the baby slept; then "beside_ anything: like it, and it now looks as! anyone can examine it. Carney'slist
ti place of residence of Hon. J. W. Watson their and in the of the I property or not? Anyone can
own way way the trundle bed, where one long ray if those whose policies will mature list amounts to less than half ts _

j: and Hon: Bert Dyal would bet moment. of lamplight shed athwart the boyish later will fare worse. much as any that has been filed in the absurdity of the grand jury't

stritly in order right now. The senate But wait until the baby comes! proposition. --
I faces there in sleep so pitiful and
The legislatures of the different ---- ------ --
f. has set the precedent and the There is lore! There the love for the fair;" and then from one to the other, states where this company is doing About two years ago the same gem;;

house should follow up the good bride is increased a thousandfold andconsecrated from first-born tleman was foreman of the grand
'. the to the "Benjamin"of
t. : business should take steps to protectthe
work... in the love for the mother, jury and! jumped on me then by reporting -!'
the flock the father and the mother -
F I" c policy holders. D&YID& Sa W OODROV\
"fi If.Col. Peter Knight could posi while in the new-found affection fora I I went, declaring beside. the bed of I "we find too much! state:

tively guarantee an anxious people little child portals seem to have i each sleeping form: "Not this one, Fine Compliment for Dr. Sledd. Room iP. O. Block, O ala. land on the assessor's books," whleh,

that all if the bad laws pending in opened: upon new and strange yet no, not this one." Then turning even Dr. Andrew Sledd, who is the first made every well posted man laugh,

the legislature would be killed, it holy ground. How the world laughsat to where "poor Dick, bad dick, the in command of the destinies of the REAL ESTATE LOANS for all know that aid land was s6ld

the antics of who for the of Florida to be for taxes after the books were all :
would remove a great load from the a man wayward son, turbulent, reckless, University seems -

r public mind.-Tampa Tribune. first time finds himself to be a father! idle one" slept in spite of a con- "holding his own" in whatever manner made. This time he makes no spe>

But who cares for the good-natured science bad they asked: "Could he he is called upon. He can preachan INVESTMENTSPHOSPHATE cific charge but the sweeping condemnation -
Ocala has a big corporation, the .
;
laughter of the world? Certainly not be spared?" and answered "Nay, He excellent sermon that will pleasehis "serious irregularities. ,

Ocala Pine company with a capitalof the man who, after hours and per- who gave, bade us defend him to his hearers, he can enforce the rulesof The foreman of that grand jury was j

$10,000. to buy sell and deal in haps days of keen anxiety for the grave; only a Inother''s heart can be the university without giving of LUND A SPECIALTY present when I told Mr. Baker that
:5 shingles, laths:: and all kinds:: of mill -J
fate of his sweetheart, who has gone patient enough for such ashe." "The fence to any right-thinking person, his personal property was accidentally 1
wholesale and retail. A.
products, '
into the valley of death's dark shad- homely verse tells us that when the and he can subdue unruly professorswho dropped and that I would assess him for"
I H. John and ;;J
Stephens, Stephens
ow in response to love's stern call, I tour of inspection had been concluded give him trouble, just as easilyas two years. He came to Ocala last-J..
William A. Hallowes the in-
jr., are
has been assured that's "all's well." : "They wrote in courteous way he can the youngest student. He I Monday and reported it to the county i
corporators. Tallahassee Items in -- '
He has obtained a glimpse of real they could not drive one child away." is a Christian gentleman, who never commissioners, and also said that
Times-Union.
--- life; in his horizon there is not one There is, indeed, not one to spare, shrinks from the performance of his he had tried three times to pay taxes ;:

John D. Rockefeller says that the single cloud, the birds are singing, until there comes the' command to I duties, no matter how pleasant or "Woodmar"Lake on a ten-acre lot, but Mr. Carney ;;

secret of the magazine assaults upon there is music everywhere. He which all mortals must in sorrow unpleasant they may be. He is fast could not find it on his books. I }

the 'Standard Oil Company by Miss breaks from his work and finds him- bow. Keen though that sorrow, large making the University of Florida just looked it up and found that it was

Ida M. Tarbell is that her father sold self hurrying to the bedside of the though the responsibilities which the what it should be-the best institu- certified to the state for non-pay"

,
his plant to the company and elected old love and to the cradle-side of the child brought, great though the sac- tion of learning in the state. He L ment of taxes.I rr

1: to take the amount of purchase new love. As a rule he is undignifiedin rifices it required/we would not, if should be given every encouragement i have just commenced writing oni -

money in cash, instead of in stock, his haste; but what does a new we could, part with the sorrows, if by possible in his work. If there is any j j my books for 1905, and had nothing'to

and that he has never forgiven the made father care for dignity,? He doing so we must blot out the great remaining factionalism among the Weir. | show'the grand jury except three

company for the mistake he made.- rather enjoys the jests of his asso- fact that a little child came into our faculty it should be weeded out as i i clerks at work. When the books are

Tallahassee True Democrat. ciates; for just as the young lover life to teach us the way to love, to soon as it appears. Dr. Sledd is tobe..congratulated I j finished I want the county cornmia-

likes to talk about his sweetheart,the show us the way to live and to tell us upon the stand he I sioners to invite the foreman of that
Margaret Sangster, one of the most
old lover likes to talk about his babe.It the way to die. has taken, and shows that while he is grand jury to point out the the errors'
brilliant and brainy women of the
is a strking fact that although history And there a little child shall lead president of the University of Flori- From now on and each week Errors will be in them, for no collee- ,
age, in saying that 'one cannot but
4 may repeat itself, as it has in them! There many a little child has da he will not be president in name during the summer months I tor in any county hi Florida has yet.
that dawn when
hope a day may the
manifest and open desire of courts i many homes, though child after child led them. There the boasted' know- only, viz.: dominated by a political will go to "Woodmar" every failed to bring in a list at his final,

may be born, it is the same old story. of the faction.-Jasper News. settlement, but the next timebe,
nothingism the
agnostic or
held in the interest of the people maybe Thursday on the :3 o'clock A. I
The same birds are singing, the same proud declamations of the infidel wants to give the assessor a real.
not so much to find a victim as tc Brown's Baskin Speech. C. L. afternoon train, and
music everywhere for the father who leave men helpless and hopeless where good kick let him take the whole list
discover a truth," uttered a great t "Mr. President and Gentlemen of three'or
can accommodate '
finds himself hastening to his homes the faith of the, mothers as specified by the collector and approved *
points un-
and growing desire. Why are state'i the Senate: I am proud to have the
greet one of those who have been erringly to the stars. There, "as the four over night at my house by the board of county com'
attorneys bent on conviction rathe honor to deliver my seat in this hon- .
: likened to God's apostles sent forth disciples found returning on Friday at one missioners. Respectfully
than on the discovery of the truth' angels at the grave of orable body to one Marion county'syoung :
day by day to preach of love and I Him they loved, we could find them, o'clock.If ALFRED AYER. ,'
Hon. C. M. Brown Enters Suit Against't hope and peace. Wait until the baby and noble sons, whom I trust ,
too, but that our too full of
g eyes are will be a worthy member of this sen- you want to see this beau-
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Jacksonville The Ocala Banner Sustained.
Metropolis. comes and that is love! Wait until "
tears for
seeing. There- in
Hon 0. M. Brown, of Miami, ha s:: more and more babies come and that the darkest even ate and fill this chair with the same tiful property let me know a The committee of the senate on
night of death
-"hope
filed suit against the JacksonvillE is more and more of love! sees a star and listening love can hear zeal for old Marion county as I have day ahead at least. If you go, privileges and elections and on which,

, Metropolis for $25,000 damages. Th Bat if would learn tried to manifest. I never acceptedthis committee are three of the foremost
you even more the rustle of a wing."-Richard L. you need not feel obliged to invest -
ground for the suit is that the Metropolis and more of love, wait until the baby chair without reason, nor do ]I lawyers of Florida in their report on
Metcalf, in Omaha WorldHerald.Cleared in a lot although it is my
believe I leave it without honor and
J, charged him with having received goes! There is the voiceless grief the contested election case of Baskin

": rr free transportation from <1 that "whispers the o'er-fraught heart for Action. now pray that the interest of the 20th I intention to sell them all.The vs. Brown sustained the contention

l x; F railroad company while senator an and bids it break." But there is the When the body is cleared for action senatorial district may be blessed in r of this paper in every particular.The .

", for having used the same. grief: that makes the tie that binds by Dr. King's New Life Pills, his hands. Farewell. 1 report of the committee was i

t. Mr. Brown claims that the you can tell it by the bloom of healthon
pas:s two hearts closer than any marriage As a yielder to the inevitable, Col. handsome endorsement of the position
f' ..: was given to him for services'render the cheeks; the brightness of the
words yet spoken by a priest; the Tom Wier is a close rival, althoughnot assumed by this paper.fOLEYIIONFYAmTAii.
;: ed, and according to the decision o f thing that "knits two hearts in closer eyes; the firmness of the flesh and
muscles; the buoyancy of the mind. quite so graceful a one as the
the senate he was not a senator whei n: bonds than happiness ever can for lots will
Try them. At Tydings & Co., druggists late Senator Charles Monroe 'Brown, I be sold on !
the pass was issued. I "common sufferings are far stronge I 25 cents. i '
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f 1 Notice is hereby given that the following descr.bel1laudi will be sold at public auction on Mia' -t ,IE- .. : I t.t jQ. 'nab
I day the Fifth, tUy. of Juan 19*$. \I OWNER '. DESCRIPTION OF LAND I'5'' x y Acres I .11 OWNER :- 1. DESCRIPTION CJF LAND !, 0! Acres i! ..rni
I, >at Ocala. in the 1II10ty of Marion, ur ,o uuch thereof n wi I oe O :e3U-Y la pay the amount duet ... C 01' -. .
t i for taxes herein set opposite tne Aime together with i->*t ot such sale and advertising.a ",.' :(I, 3 _- I .: I."IE.! s ; f
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,. .1 ; 'I I {II t -g I c11se3.64chsS10chsw10 I I t .- .-,' theme 8 42: rl1s w 10 yds n' rl 1
.- I ;. II QZ chs . . : . .. 33,12201 t 1 f 4.91 I 172 .: <: "U yds e 70 .ds.. ... r t 3'R'
' i OWNER DESCRIPTION OF LAND 1 =' Acres oKa a Jeff [ason.. . . . nwu of sw3i of nest. . 10 1 01 ]Perry Ward... . ., 3.18 chs nand s by 6.36 chs e J I =
r' :: 1 :II ell\or J J Barr.. . . . com at nw cor.. . . 121211; .'iJ \ and w in 8\\ cor ot nw3i ofnw3i I 4
I : =II e. IrE x 8.28 cbs n 30 deg 45 min el+ f t [ .-r nce BlakelY. . com at a pt 10 chs s and 5.50
t Peter Bingham.. '. . 6.32 chs SQ, in se cot ot ne}. O I 13.40 chs w 89v4 lks to p 0 1 6. 2 00 'f.ff' cbs ot nw cor. . 33r12I.j I.
0 sw14 . . . . 251193 .4 $ 1 68 M F. Simonton. . . com at a pt 17.84 chs w and I 1 .. : thence e 6.36 chs s US chs I : ;
m( L L Meggs. . .:, . .. that part ot e'of ne' and 55.19 cbs n of se cor. . .1! 12,211 w 6.36 cbs n US chs. . I. I I Z! : 00 2
: swU4 ot nwt s ot Orange I thence w 9.13 cbs s 16,41 chsl Ie r W C Breedlove. . . .. n34 of n% ot swst ot nwt..I. :21 1 101.11
t Creek .. . . .. .. .2511'231' 3 99 9.13 chs n 16.41 chs. . .1 I r 15 5 66 James Grant . . .. 210 tt sq in ne cor of se14 oti I, j jsw
L L Meggs. . .' .. . se/ ex 1 acre in nw cor and I 80t :M F Simonton 1903 . . com at a pt 11.S chs w and I 1- . . . . aall.; 1 183
K except lots 2 and 3 in 1 1t > 55.19 cbs n of se cor. .. .1 f 512'21j; Jim James . ; ,.;;'. .. 9 s:of se ;. of seta of I@% 3I11'11! 61; 110hIte.
; ; ;' 2 and block 5 to block 1 thence w9.13 chs s 16.41 chs' i Ie I a \S' '\\ .. . :. . corn at a pt 6 cbs sot. nw C.) .1 i iof :
f 'Y' ,,- .,,:,: tery anj lots 2 and 3 ot blkl I 9.13 cbs n 16.41 chs..I, I I b 5 66 ne.4 01' nw ,4'. . . ail ..
: t l't. to school and church in r 11 1 F M Simonton. . . com at a pt 65.06 chs e ot n jwcor !1 :., thence s 3. chs e 20 chs ,
k '. : < and all of blk 3 and lot 2 inl I . .. ". .. . 6iI2.21! 26 chs n 61 deg 9 min w % n'I' .1
:::1 ; .'4; T ;. blk 4 r 2 and lot 1 in blk 4. 1 thence IS deg, 19 min e 10.H t- r' '. cbs. .. . . .. . T SI. 5 23
. ; Y.' and Jot 1 in blk 3 r 3 and' chs s i2 deg 59 min e 6.23: I I Harris and Brooks. .: . nh of nw', ot nw3i. . .1 t4 20! 3 IS I
'. 1=: y'r: i' lot 2 in blk 5 rt, all being I chs b IS deg 19 min w li Chs!; Randall 1: oung. .. ... ... .. 3'3.} yds e and w by 220 yds nj 1"" j a
. r W ot Spring street in towns\ 1 w 5.S2 chs .. . . I J r 61 273 and s In se cor of sey4 uti sSW1i
t t. of Orange Springs. . .12511'231143.50: : 12 94 J J Barr . .. .. . nwtt of nw3i. . . .f, 6,12211, ; { 4 76M . . . 4111111 15' 1 70 l
6 Unknown. .. . .. e lot 3 blk 1 r 4 e of Spring St1i ', '' I F Simonton. . . .Iblks. 10 1112 1719 20 2223 2-11 I f I t"nknown. . .. .... .. .n4.. of ne31. . .. .,..; 40 3 lf
fi' Orange Springs. . . .I I "" 1 2 23.I 25 and s34 of blk 2..I 6,12:211, : 80,1151 Alex 'Williams. .. ... ..., nwi of se3i 'ex 170yds e anti J I aw
t IJ"I
I( J. L L Meggs .. . . .. lot 4 blk 1 r 4 e of Spring Std I II II" :\1' F. Simonton for 1903 . blks 10 n 12 17 19 20 22 23 j I I I by Iii rds n and I In I
Orange Sprngs. .. . .,. I 1 16Sl' 25; and s'! of blk 2. . .241' 6:12211: ; 80' 11 51 cor and 2 acres In nw 8W\\$ : I 31: 2 81
I ; '? Mrs G Fink, . .. .. . all of bk 3.r ae of Spring: St! I F M Simonton. .. .. . lot 21 blk 16 and blk 15 ex 6: i i r rI I C Ellis . .. ... ? e3i of sw?. of se14. . .ililllint Ii 3 IS 1
r : Orange :Springs : . .1 I I 4 351 acres on iv side. . . .I 6:12211: ;, 20 2 90 Henning L and I Co. . ; ne}i ot ge}i. . . 15'UIJtf fll+ 1 31
Miles Cheshire. . . lots 15 and 2S. .'. . . ; ; 80 2 66 J W Ward. .. . . .1w I % of lot 28 sub of. . ., ';!112211 5 217 .. ... . e34 of nw 3i . ... -. . #i 12'21 MI a 83.
I Unknown .. . .. . .lot H. . . . ... .311111231.. ; ; 40 119 E Patterson. .. . .:, lot 30 sub of. . . . .., 7112i21! 10 4 j6 Mrs S Harris. . ... . nesi of sw3i and sor nw 1 I Itof
:Miles Cheshire. . . s\\,14 of sw4 ; 40 192 C M Banks. .. .: :. com at a pt 25.i5 chs not sej I 1 se3i and n>4 ot 9W}. oSe3' i
Henning L and I Co . sw'i of se?} .32111I23 40 1 3S cor of ne3; of ne?4" .1 1 1,211(_ . . . . 1929, iO 526
L L Meggs. : . .. . . sw of swu4 . . . ..i33'11231to{ 2 29Fla thence n 13.26 chs ntS degl r' :j Poreheir L'Engl .. .. swsi ot $ 11,111, fO 1..1
, Land and Trust Co Ltd. nwi? of sw'4. . . . .: 1'; 40 138 e 10.89 chs to 23: chs of road: t f Unknown. . . . ;,.. com at I 1
Calvin Dargan. ... . s14 of nei of ne?; and sei? I s 1132 chs e 9At chs se with! I '; son's 11 UI
'. of ne1A .35j11231: 60,631 1 2 O-t road to ? sec line w to p 0 b' I Ii 1056 thence
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Henning L and I Co. . sw31 of ne% and nets of swti361123! ; : SOl 1 92 J J Barr. .. H.O" . .. .,com at a pt 25..8 chs w of se I I r and n I
; I L L >lieggs .. .. . . ..s',: of sw and n'2 of se 4' .136111,231 160 3 39 cor of nei of nej. . 8112211; chs s :: 1 '9
Unknown. .. .. ... . nivi of nei 4" . . . .::2)1111241; 40 119 thence n 13.26 chs s 28 deg! I 1 Joe Gre .n."e'. -'' ...... .. on e swsi..3. I
,J C Shepherd. . . . s\\'}i of nest and slh of mqi! I i I w 9.20' chs s 7-1 deg w 16 chs! 1 1s x grant. lIar! IS : 90
,.' ;. and nw'} of nw i ex 400 Hi. I I 6.82'chs e 24.59 chs V 0 b! I r 25 5 96 Joe. Green. . .. '.; .. ... ... in >
sq in ne cor of nwi of nw25:11124! : 156 5 03 J J Barr. .. ... ... . com at sw cor of nw?} Of nwj! I r rl' ': .-, I grant. fl; I ;; yu
Chas ;
: W II Butler . . . 400 ft SQ in ne cor of nw',.. of; I i I JnWv4 4I I . . . . .I '' "''' W. White. ..? ., .;: !!1.18 cbs I
. . . . .i25:112-11: ; 1 12 <_ ', .-, thence e 29.66 chs n 6.82 chst I fV Chas '."' 12 G I UIU! 5': .7 ,;-
: Unknown. . . . sey4 of sev4. . .. . . .!!2S:1l2-1: 40t! 138y / :; \ 10 chs n 10 chs 19.66'' -I. 1 wV W4tite.. .. .. ...ycom! at
Marion Ervine. . . ., ne4 ot nw?i. . . . .!29:11;: :?41 401 128 hs's 16.S2 chs p 0 b..1.I I 40 4 58 '-? sur thence e to 8W CW lot let "I
1 Marion Ervine for 1903 . ney of nwi . . . ..291124: ; ; 40J. 1 28 J J Barr ... .. .. ... .. ss of lot 1 F G Orhead J I S :V S 1..36 'bs w !LIt eu nl !
Unknown. . . .. . n'. of nej of sw . . .r29.11i':?!!! 20'' 1 01WGMeggs. sub. . . . .. .! 81221j U.20 2 H 13.36 chs to to pt 4 eM s 011! III
a. . . .. . -120 ft nand s br: 525 ft e and! I I I IWV ChrIstian, and Dickson. .,.14.68 cbs nand s b3' 6 2-3 cbs j Ie I ."' ,..COf lot 9 n 4. chi to p 0 b. IIi 3 f r6
; .1 1 In nw cor of se'44 of i30.1124J! ; 5 1 2-1 and w in f'e cor lot 3 F! D H Iathis. . to . .!eeK of nw} . . . 40 1 ;'J l
Mary Wiggins.. .. .w of nw1 of ne . .;31111241; 20 119 Ioorhead sub. . . .1 [ 9 1 70 J w Heron. . ., .. . 12 CM nand s on D side of 11'111111 I I _
1-- Marion Ervine. . . . s?_ of siti exSacres in nle" con! I I I J J Barr. . . . .I s of lotI ex 6 acres on wi I 1 tA4 ot nw?+ .. . . 11'11'! :s : 22:
( of sw'i of styli. . .::321112-11; 72 I 3 51 side ofF G Ioorhead sub. 8.83 1 7i 0 A IcBride. . ..... .. swt.i of iwj. .. .. . JlII:21': fl 1 i9 :,-
:. \ H\ Marion Ervine for 1902 .,. s12 of sw si ex 8 acres in net 1 Ir i I William Johnson. . C lot 2 of blk 9 Boardman. ., 9'1221' : 2 ly3 lIennl.ng Land I Co. . . 8W 4of ne4 . .. . .. *'1223. 411 1 H .
;::1 cor of se3i of sw3i. . .132,11'241! 72 i 3 51 Arredonda Orange Grove lots 9 23 and 24 sub of. . .!16'12211; 30,, 21 98 J J Harman.. .. ... .. .. lot 1 ex 6.19 the e aa4 VI Oft {
Henning L and I Co. . all of . . . . . .!35:111241: .6401! 9 64 C A Walker. . . . lots 1 4 5 of blk 51 McIntosh16l12211! : 2 60 w side. . . .. .. . 1,11111! 111 1.:' 1
r? lnkno\\n. . . .. . net. of nw34. . . . .. lIUI19: 4f11 138 Irs L Walker g Iary..seibert lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 and n?: of lots I I w. J Turner. .. . ,. lots 2 13. . .. .. 111218'! ; 8" ;': :;.,
. V l\ \ Arthur Meigs . . . s4 of . . . . .11.t:12:191) : : 320, 633 7 and 8 blk 53 \Iclntosh. 16:12,21:, I 5 06 J J Ha"man. .. ... . lots 15 and 28. . .. 113,7.1) t 1J
.' Arthur :\Ieigs. .. . . all of ex lots 1 to 8 inc sub of,1512:19! : : 4 43 J L Wolfenden . . s3; of lots 7 and S blk 53 McIntosh I I Unknown. . .. .. .. lots 3 5 678 10 lll! 16 23. .. :12':31: : Uil, 10 Hl
F J Boyer. . .. s4 of lot 5 and lot 6 ex 10 chg' I I I 2061 . . . . .1161221: I 3 68 J J Ha'man... ?. .. .. lots 9 and 13 U and 29. . 1:1: ;231!: 16U i b
'"'' sq in se cor . . . 15112f19.! { 951! 4 43 J D Miller. . . . lot 3 blk 58 McIntosh..11612211: ; 153lfnknown. JJ Ha'IDan. .. ... .. w4 otn\\ . . . . So'' 2 ;!
F J B03'er. . .. . com at nw cor in Arredonda! I I 1 . . . . lot 4 blk 58 McIntosh..11612211! : 1 53M W' H Pegram. . . nw,4 of ne;. .. . . ...8\112"\ fO, StI
grant . . . . .12 212;: :19; .1teman. . . .. lot 52 sub of. . . .i1'12:211! ; : 10 2 60 't"nknown. . .. . .. .sst3i of ne .. . . .llll1llSr fll 1 jI'
thence e 22.70 chs s 7.46 chs! I I Heirs of Mrs. \1 E Keep .. lots 103. and 104 sub of. . ;:; 20' 4 76 nkn\\'n.( . . . w34 of ne . .. . .. 5h, Y b
w 7.60 chs s 4.25 chs w 15.10'' I I I limes and Hobs .. . .. 3 William sub. . . .1181..11! : 10 2 60 nknown. . . .. . ne34 of nand s\i or nw,4 1 / I r I
chs n 11.71 chs . . 1 2 281 Hines and Hobs . . lots 5 6 7 8 9 101112 13 14 and w* ot s34. . . ...l81tU 360 I U
.3 D w4'adkins. .. . . lot 3 or e 1-3 of Arredonda 1 1 Igratita I 123.34 20 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 191 I I I Henning L and I Co. .. ? lots 11 and %0. ;. . . .11I11I1I'{ SOl, a u 1
. . . . 86 39 40 n 42 H William sub/1812:211/ : 260 37 9.tR F Lang and Son. .. . . :ots 345111:. .. .. . .IJOillUI! tOO! t 13 t
P Mrs E J Hammond.. . n !of lot 1 and net of lot 6!2411219 I !I It. 1761'I B Hickson. . . 546 ft nand s by 1452 fe e and: I Itv Henning L and I Co. . ill of. .. ...!.. .. 112121, 640 12 21
{t.: U S GOsun'e)'. . .! 1219j! 30 1 49 in nw cor. . . 21121211 I 18 3 98 Unkno\\n. . .. . ill of. . .. .. .fIi... . 112lltl, .40 6 1:1
.; E A McDaniel. . .. . ... nw 40f nwj. ex 70( yds e and' UnkMwn. .. .. .. . lot 4 blk 1 Orange Lake. .. 21112nr:: 88 Henning L and I Co. .. .111 of .. .,.;. .. . 3"1EIE4i: Uu 7 Iv
i I. W by 140 yds nand s in ne. I 1 IV \1 L Fisher : .. .. ; lot 5 blk 6 Orange Lake. . 2112121j 1 53 Unknown. . . . -3's and e3i ohnw 3i and s.", I I I r
r V cor and 20 ft n and s by 2-101 I Ip Mrs l\I A Hickson . . lot 1 blk 22 Orange Lake. 21121211 67 V. of sw 3i . .... .. .. fUl2.r 48(1' 4 43
ft e and win se cor. . .!:tS,1 ::19i 219! 5 23t j' F Hall. . . . . lots 9 14 eX,8 acres in nw cor I I 1 Marion Erwin. .. . .. lots 2 3 6. .. ? .. iI1124'! 122: 3 YI
Heirs of Dr Enoch Agpew. stiv3i. . . . . . 3612119i! 160' 5 96 lot 9. . . . . .r25,121211, 12 398 :Marion Erwin for 1903 u. __ lots 2:1 : 122 3 21
. .. J J Barr. .. . .. .. ... com at nw cor of. . . .. 111220; : George W 'ilson. . .. '. sW3J4 of se' . . . 40 3 03 Unknown. . . . s3i of ; \E4! 811 2 29 _
thence e 68.10 cbs s 25.10' I 1 L T Hickson. . . SW-4 of nev4 of nw44 ex 1t; I J A D ells. . . . gig of se ; : 5u 1 93
t chs e 14.25 chs s 14.40 chsl I IV. acres to church and n% of. r Unknown. . . . ..!lots 1 6..S! !! XII Y Ys
'- I< 30.35 chs n 40 chs..1 I I 86, 8 70 nit & of nw3i and n3 of nw I I Ii Tilghman and Son. .. lots -t 9 SIUI! !1 133; Z 34
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J and A P Krouse. . {'om at sw cor. . . .I 1112:20: : I ; of !sesi of nwIi. . !2812:211: 33.75 2 77Unknown. Henning Land I.Co. .. .. all of. : Uu a I6
thence e 24.02 chs n 40 chsl 1 1 .. .. ... .. 10 chs nand s by 15 cbs e and! I Iw I 1 Henning L and I Co. .. ill of. ', 641' S I6 r
rrT w4.02chsS10dinw20chs I f fS 1 \ in nw cor of sw' . { 9.12:211:; 15 ..' 2 59 Henning L and I Co. . ill of. . . . . .. 12,14: ; 640 9 64
.: >> 30.chs. . . . .. I 76 8 70 lnknown. .. .. . 5.77 chs n and s by 7 chs e .1 I I 1 Henning L and I Co. ... . ill of . .. .. .. .... . .161! '341 1.Il, 5 S4
i II J A Simonton . . .. lot 3 Plat Book Apg 4.&. .. 1,12,201, 15.501' 1 55.. w In ne cor. . . ,3212:211; : 4 1 49 Henning L and I Co. . lot 16. . .. .. .. .17112! 241:! ;. flCnkno.n. / 1 19
r J A Simonton . . ... lot 5 Plat Book A pg 46 and I I I Thomas Walker . .. . i.33 chs sq in se cor of nei I I I f . . . ..lot 15. . .. . .. . .17'11. !.:!! fl'Crikno.n. 1 3i
l . .. . . lots 10 15 16. . .. . : ltI
,. com at nw cor of lot 5..I 111220; of'ne. . : . . .132'12:211! : 4 259 :! : 66
J thence w 24.0 chs n 60 chs; 1 I C C Waits. . . . com at 5e cor of nest of ne?4j32i12i211.! ; L L \Ieggs. . ? .,. lots 91011. . . . .I18IZ'U. 12'.1 ;; f
.V I I Iarr J Hunt. . ., jots 4 5 6 1$ side (
t e 33.41 chs s 60 chs W 8.86' 1 Ichs 1 thence w 6.33 chs n 6.33 'hs'' 1 1e ex acres on s ; I i
.. . . . . I I 1 1.52, 349 6.3: chs n 3.95 chs w 6.32' 1 lot i to . .. .2',I! 2l 11" ;; ; 1
C S Simonton. .. . : .. .. com at a pt 15 chs e of nw .1 2'12'20! chs n 3.93; cbs w 7./)2 cbs s; r Henning L and I Co. .. . lots 9 and 16.. .. .. . .:'t01224! b'" .::9
thence e 45 chs s 20 chs wi I I I 14.31 chs e .02 chs. . .j r 12.5 2 58 Cnkno\\'n. . . . lot 11. . .. . ...? .20'1Z,24 f" 1 ;;+
: Z: 51.8 chs $ 19, chs W 8.16 chs'' I 1 I 1 I Prhrtus Rutl dge.". . com at a pt 3.95 chs e of nwl I r Henning L and I Co. .. . 111 of.. . . .... . .2111:14.. ; : 11411+" 164
t : : n 32 chs e 15 chs n 7 chs. .! I 1'1 I 1 1251 12 6S cor . . . . .!13212! '' Henning L and I Co. . III of . . .. .. . liU:1! lit" :t. lit
. F r Unknown. .: . . .. om at sir cor of..4 212201! : I Ip thence e 6.05 chs s 12.65 chs: l I 21 Henning L and I Co. . Oil of. .. . .. ... . .':%5'tz' E4 64" "tif !
thence n 39 e deg s f I .V' w6.05chsn 12.65chs. . 1 r I 7.65 282 Henning L and I Co. . .111 ot. .. . . . .!7:1Z: titH t' fa
I .; 14.20 chs e 25 deg 30 min s! I I r' I L'nInioWn.-s: :' :.u .. . nelj of sel i of ne% . .,33:121211: 10, 1 01 H.e.nning L and I Co. . :ots I 2 8 11 14. . .. .2/1224! : 2"" "' 4; 13
to a magnolia tree on w side! I. r Joe Farmer .and Joe Johnson com at a pt 690 ft w of ne corl! 1- I Wilson Cypress Co. . .lot 12. . .'s!IS %4 ti' 1 :.
,1.V.. of Otter Creek thence S\V to, 1 r I of nw?; . . . . .!(33'12211; I William Young. . . ; co or ne%ex i acres In nw; I '!
s b4Y ot sec and w to p 0 b1 I ( ';5.2, 8 63 thence s 1320 ft w 164 ft n; 1 I r and of M jy ot ne1 I !
i W H Patton. .'. .. .. com at se cor. . . . 212201! ; 1 1j 1320 ft e 161 ft..I I I I S 350 and nwsy ot H" ., .I'12'Z.' 1.1:, tll :4A
thence w 15.58 chs n to s bdy I r A R Rutledge.. . .. ..0ds e and u' ty 140 3-ds nl! I 1 D \Vells. ; .. . ..lot 2. . ... . . ".8212'24' 4: 1 111
!j of L'Engle land thence e I r I and s in nw cor of sw't of: I I 1 Isei lIenn.ng L and I Co,.. . all ot. . .. . . .135,1E, 24. tHu ., I.J
with s bdy of said bdy line, I 1 I . . . . .133)2211! ; 2 213 Cnkno\\'n. . . .. . 8of Fe's. . .. . . .! 41'E: !lit 1 N J
to see line thence s to p 0 b! I I 33.501 ,16 Unknown. .. . .. . e 3-8 of se?; of se% . .133112211; { 15 1 38 'Lnknown. . . . w34 and nwj of se}{ ... .I 6.1E360. : ,;
J II Kellogg.. ,. ? ... 16.72 chs nand 9 by 2H7 chs! I I I Ie H 'Y Jones ?. . . se; of se3i . . . .134,12,211, ,, 40 2 09W' Henning L and I Co .. . W?2 and nwj" ot n. . .1 71 :. 3611 :,96
and win ne cor. . . 3,12201; : 411 I 4 43 X .illiams. . . .. com 418 ft n of se cor of sw 4136112211' ; 'Lnknown. . . .. e %%of set; . . . .1 712! :!:" "II :[ Y9
James Davis. .. . ? 3.18 chs nand s by 9.5. chs e! I I r thence w 418 ft n 418 ft e1 I Henning Land I Co. . e% and seu4 of nw% . .1' I:! :!:,; 3611 :. fd
and w in ne cor of nw3i ofl I Jnwj I r I 418 ft s U8 ft. . . .1 I 4 2 43 Henning L and I Co. . e1,2 of ne3; and nwj{ or nestiln U: 2I! ln: '' z U
: . . . . .1312201: : 3, 185 Nelson Williams:. .. .. 418 ft sq in ne cor of .ev41 f Henning Land I Co. .. .. all of. .. . . . .!1;; 12 :! '''t. 12: :1
r:: Heirs ot C. S. Simonton. corn at a pt 1 ch n of se core' t I 1 of sw4 . . . . ...36 12/211 4 1 83 Cnknown. . . . e;2 of e2 and nw'4 of ne%;. .11612 :! :011 4 lS
f s'-: of ne3; . . . . 3,1220, : Nellie Ioye. .. . .. . com at a pt 418 ft w of se corl! I I t Henning L and I Co..e': of net/ . . . .118 I'' :25 fill 1 92
thence W 15 chs n 15 chs e I I t of sey4 of swv4 . . .j36\12(211( Unknown. . .. .. ws6 . .. .. . . .11Si1223! ; 3w: 413
4 15 chs s 15 chs. . .. 1 I' 1122.50 I I 2 89 thence w 418 ft n 418 ft e-41SI I I I I Ift Henning L and I Co... . all of. . . . . . .111.112231' 640 12 U
' q i1 J Barr. . .. ? .. 3.H chs e and w by 39 chs nl I 1 s 418 ft. . .- .-.-. .S J 4 1, 2 73 Henning L and I Co..i of stvv . . . .11.112! ;!!5i; 110 E 19 f
and s in ne cor. . . 311220; 13.50 204f' W' N "llhams. . . . 61 ft nand s b3" 418 ft e and, I I.I Unknown. .. . . nw4. . . .. . . .lztiI2 :251! 16(1'( '' 4 13
ohn Adams. .. .. ? . .. 64.1 chs e and w by 15.01 I I 1 w in sw cor of se'4 of swl I r L W Ken'an. .. . .. nj of ne3. and sees ot nest r fi
( chs n and s in ne cor. . i,121201, 100 6 26 14. . . . . .13612:211; : 7 213 and ne3; of set 4. and nw3i i512 2T! 3211 i 10 V
I F 13ouchtuon. . .. ? wy' of nwt of ne3; and ne I' I r Turner Williams . . .. com at apt 627 ft n of sw cor I I I Alice G Golden. . . swlt ot nets . .. . . .125'12' :! 251 fO 1 6S
% of nw% . . . 9112'20: 60 I 2 96 of set? of 5W4" . . ..36112:211; : ( Unknown. . .. . . w34 of sw% and se% of swstJ26,12'51! :! 120 Y U
i, Heirs ot E. 11 L'Engle. . se% and s3 of ne'4..1101122O1: : 240 9 64 thence n 418 ft e 418 ft S 418'' 1 Ed F Ray. . .. . nw of s\V . . . :: 40 !119 '
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i J A Simonton . .. . lots 1 2 10 23 sub ot see 121 I I I Ii ft w 418 ft. . . . .I I 4 2 43 Unknown. . . . s4 ne34 and e% oUnwt2712, : 160 3 at
i Bush and VanNess. . .I122:20; : : 40 8 10 Unknown. . . . .. nlh of ne3' and nw3i of nwt/4 I 1 Ed F flay. . .. . ne3; of se .. . . . .,,21112 23.1: fl 138
: i B Sullivan .. . ? ..wiz of lot 5 lU bof see 12 Bush! I I I It and self of nw'/4 of se' .116:12i221: ; 320 3 33 Christiana Wells. . . sei of se3. .. . . . .1" !l12 ::;.1! 411. nCnknown.
-J t and VanXess. . .112112'201 5 2 22 Mrs FannIe Hobkirk . lot 1. . . . . .121112122! : 2S 2 29 . . . . e4 of sw% . . . .1210 1, 25! lill : X9
,... Gladney. . ? .. lot 19 and 20 sub ot see 12! I I 1 George Ellis . .. .. neiof nw14 ex 6,32 cbs nand! I Henning L and I Co. .. sea; of ne3; and ne3; ot nwl : r '
- V ; Bush and YanXe . .112112,201{ 20 6 26 Sby11.08rhseandwinse! I I Icur. 1 and e34 of seat and nwu ;

'LNQ 'V"K Christian .. . lots 30 and 35 sub of see 121 I 1 1 . . . . . 2512221!, ,'; 33 1 85Mrs se's . . . .otl 32 12 2:. 24)0 ,... 19
., i Bush and VanNess . .112:12201: 20 4 (3 Fannie Hobkirk. ; of nw1.4 and s3: of nwl: I I 1 . . ..wlh ex ne;. ot nw 1. . .!I:: 1:: 2 1 %! H t U
F Walker and Seibert . ..lot 63 sub of see 12 Bush andl I I r and nlh of sw% . . .12512221! : : 200 19 13 J T Thompson. . . .. 15 cht and \V by 16 cbs n!.
"anNess. . . .!12:12: '201 10 2 59 Mrs Fannie Hobklrk. . ne3} of sea} of ne3 4 and 5 acres' I 1 ands In nw cor. . . .!341 12: :! IS; 134
J J Barr. . . .. ... ne3 4 ex wlk. of neu of nelil' I 1 Ifi in triangle In se cor of nest I I I Unknown. . . .. . et of ne14 an4 e14 of sely.34!: I :: :!:; l o Z 151
#, and n 3.8 ot se% ex 3.18 chsl t 1 of ne% . .. . . . .26:12'221: 15 3 50 W C Townsend. . . sw3i of nest .and nwj or M jI I '
.' ,/ eandwby6.36chsnands I'I I Hattie Ierrion.. . .. wlh of selA, . . . ..26112:221: 80 2 60 and e% ot SW% 'ot seu.3.! 12 :::,' 110: i ":1Unkno.n.
in se cor: . . 1312:201; : 198 10 54 Unknown. . . . 5 acres in shape of triangle in, I I I . . . . s\\ % . . . . .Ia;, 12 ::;; 161) 3 at
A B Dupuis.. . . com at se 'or. . . .11312:201: se cor of ne3; of se% . 26121221! 5 1 61 Unknown. . . . sw3i ofs\\ ?' . . . .!Hl:: :2.. 41 1 3S!
thence n 31.36 chs w 3.18 chs T II White. . . . com at a pt 7 chs e of S\V cor I I I Heirs of Dr Agnew. . wlh of nw3i and s\V};,< . .1 1lI! P' 240' 921Heirs
chs S 6.36 chs w U2 chs s 25 of nw34 of sw;, . . of Dr. E Agnew. . se14 of se14. . . . ''13,19 (0' 1 U i
VJ chs e 8 chs to po b. . I 22 5 03 thence e 23 cbs n 20 chs \v Unknown.. . . . 1401 yds nand s by 165 yda ei 2U311'' j
l J Barr. .. . . .. .ne; . . . . .11512:201! : 160961 26 chs s 6 chs e 3 chs s 15'x I and w in sw cor . . .I 5: 1 n
:Mrs L J Wittington. . com at a pt 11.50 chs s of ne! P I 1 = cbs ex 20 tt right ot way onl! Unknown. . .. ,. . net of set . . . .' 212111! 40 219
., cor of n4. . . .\1712120): ) w side. . . . . t .. 46 3 80 James Garrison. ; . .. com at se cor . . .) SjllllP
thence w 20 chs s 11.50 chs e I I II B Ste\'ens., 1903 . 35 yds nand s by HIJ yds e/. r thence w 440 'ds n 440 yd1 I I I
; 20 chs n 11.50 chs. . .. ., I 35 3 19 and w in sw cor of sea} ofl I e 296 yds s 165 yds e IH yds: I IS
Adam Reeves. .. ? ? ? lot 5 sub ot sw% . . 17112:201! : 20 1 92 I ne 4 . . -. . . 28112 ..{ 1 127 131 yds e 155 yds s 144 yd : I 'n.t 5 f3
Riley Harris . ? ? lot 8 sub of sw1A, . . .11712:201: 20 229 C W' WhIte.. . . . COIn at a pt 2.62 chs e of swl I J T Hall . . . nwsi of nw3i. .. . ..luI1U! ffl 1 3.2:: -
I i, Mrs, Carry Reeves.. . ..,w lkof se?{ ex e'4 of neat of I'I I cor of ne'44 of nw ; . .128:12122': I W F Cline . .. ... .. e3. of neJ,4, of nwl( . .!lillU9. 21) 1 48 5
neat of se3i . . . 12201: 75 535LV thence n 6.37 chs e 10 chs LIve Oak Phosphate Co. .. ntct ot seer and sey? of sway 1 I
: J Q Bishop. .. ,. ? .. nw3i and elk of swst and 8..17 I 1 1r 10 chs w 10 chs n 3.63 chs.Sl! I 10 3 SO and 12.64 cbs e and w by; I f
acres in sw cor of ne?+ . 121201! 248 6 26 Mrs Sarah Tompkins . 6 2-3 chs n and s by 18 chs ei r 15.86 chs n and' s In sw cor !
<> H M Sherouse.. .. . :. ? 21.62 chs nand s by 43.01 chs! I I 1 and w in se cor of n3nf! 1 of sw34 of se1. . . 1511319 Ii/)' 5 03Unknown.
-e and w in sw cor A grant 11912120' 93 4 43 lot 4. . . . . .12122J! 12 1 83 .. ... .". . .. nest of ne4' . . . IUll11 41)' 2 tiO
Alonzo Jones. . .. ; .. n4 of net of ne* of neg AI I I 1 R A Reed. . .. .. .... . 1-10 yds nand s by 70 yde Unknown. .. .. :. . .. eat of sw7. of se34. .. . J1111. 201; 153
grant. I . . .21112:201 1 : 5 131 '" and w in nw cor of se'/ el I r Live. Oak Phosphate,:Co.: w2 of w3 of neu and n\ oswlt : I
G M Bishop .. . .. ?. com 20 chs s of nw cor ot.ne 1 1 1 1A sw3i of swi? . . .128112:22! : 2 5 36 and sees of sway and
grant. . . . : I J A Pepper... .... ... .,. blk 2 and lot 1 of blk 3 I I I .... V w2 of sw3i of se% and el4 '
'. thence s 25 chs e 20 chs n ((1 bur's plat Citra. . Wil-I 27'12221! 12 59 .." ot ne3; of setA and com at i
chs w 20 chs.. .. .251 501 411 Chas W White .. .. . blk 6 Wilbur's plat Citra. 28'12'22I' 219g .... se cor ot ney4 ot nwu thence) Iw210ftn462ftw6691.3 I
W H Belew. .. . ... .? nw% of neI,4 A grant 21112:20f: 401 3 21 J J Barr. . . .. ? lots 1 3 and 4 blk 11 Wilbur's 1 I i j
Sinle. u Johnson. .. .. com 12.3 chs w of se cor AI I 1 I plat Citra . . . 28,12221; 1 18 ft n 8574 ft e 879 1-3 ft tI! I
grant. .. . .. .121112201! Lee Sandy. .. . .. .. Jot 4 of blk 1 J A H P Citra. 1 63 1320 it and ne14 of se34 orj "
thence 'n 23.75 cbs w 7.37chss5chsw8:26chss18.75 I I T H White. . .. . blk 2 and 40 fe e and w on e 2812221 I nw1A and s% ot seu ot nW I I ;
I -- side blk 3 J A H P Cltra. 281M21 33 04 3i.. .. .. . "29'1219' : :HI 2. OS
I chs e 15.63 chs p 0 b . 1 33 5 03 Mrs S M White. . . lot 4 of blk 4 J A Hams plat I Florida Land Co for 1903.. wlk of swj . . . . '2313 l1j 801:1: (13
George Floyd. .. . . .Is* ot sw3i of neof net; A 1 Citra . . . . 12. 221 r 7 21 :Mary E 1Iason. . . et of sw j s .. .. .. ::24113' 19r 06
'. g rant. . . . .. .122112120! 1 31 Wartmann and Wyckoff 25 ft e and w by 50 ft nand s 1 Mrs E L Striker. . ... wlk of nest and e1k of nw1.4'2fn3'1"' 11101 T It
Alex Calvin... .. ? .? I nei of set ot ne% A grantl2212':: 0 10 1 38 in sw cor of blk 6 J A Harris r Live Oak Phosphate Co sev4 of nets . . . . .'::7 1314): 1 401 2 10
Riley Harris. .. ? .. .. .clots 41 42 and 47 and wlh oft 1 I S I plat Citra. . . 12,22, ; 2 43 Unknown. . .. .. . s34 of ne" . . .. . 24'13'191'' 4'6
I 43 sub ot A grant.. . 23 12'201 30 4 43 Unknown.. .. : .. .. e'4 ot lot 2 blk 8 J A Harris I 1 Unknown. . . .. .1134 l of se% . . . .14'13 19! 801 4 'It
Mrs Julta Martinez.. .. lot 6 fractI U. S. G. sur, . 39.93 138 plat Citra . . .. 9 36 W D Alford . ,'.. .. sw% . ... .. .. . . 1 160, 6 U
A D Dupuys .. ? .Ilots 3 4 and 6 tractl U S Gov. 1 C W White:;. .. .. .. .. .. lots 12 and 4 blk 9 J A Harris 12'221'I I A H Younge. '. . n1h of sw'/4 of swu and BW 1 r I i
;/ sur . . .. . . .22'12201114.96' 4 86 plat Citra. . . 12\221\, 2 41 ?l4 ot 8w14 of swu . .. 111'2&1' ( ) 1"
.' J H and J C Smoak.. .. lot 5 ex 4 acres In se cor fractl I 1 1C C W White .. ., .. .. lot 3 blk 9 J A Harris plat Cit- I I Guy Anderson .. .. ... elh ot elh of pe% .. ; .. 11201, 40 Z 0'
{ U S Gov sur.. : ? 22,12,20, 36 3 51 ra. .. . . . .. 121221'( 183 Samuel Green.. . .. W4 of ne'/ and s,4 of seat of 1neu I
Humphrey. ... . ? ?'com at se cor ot nw3i.. .. 25121201/ C W Taylor ? .. .. '. ... lots 1 and 4 blk E Steers ad I' I ICitra and neu of sev4..1511320 1601! 8 It -
; thence w 5.40 cbs n 13.13 chs! r . . . .. 12.221 3 98 Amanda 1IcGeehee.. .. . ne%' of swu ex 11 acres In I
e2.23chss3.16cbse3.17 I 11 A and Co. .. lot 2 blk I Steers ad Cltra.. 121221 88John cor and w% of nwu ot seu
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: L Ch s 10 cbs. .. . . 96121201 6.11 % 82cD .. . .,, ,.,, lot 3 blk I Steel's ad Cltm. 12221( 2 11 ex 2 acres In se cor.. .. .. 15 r 471! 413<<
Sanders .. . . n'of sw% of ne . /. .. 20 1 01 C R Carter.. . ...... lots 3 and 4 blk L Steel's ad J J Ic3Iahon. . .. ... netof swu ex 13 acres on w 13JO, 37.501,
Mrs S J Drummer .. ? s4 of swat ot nej and 14 1 Citra. .. . ... 12,22 r 97 side.. .. .. .. .. .. .. t<< 2 20
oj acres on w side ot sea; Of ne I3S Thos H Gibbs.. . .. ..;. lot 2 Lipsey's ad Citra.. .. .. 121221 1 2 17 : Susie M Mc rahon. : . .. elh Of.. . .. ... .. 21131201 319 1121 ;
._. . . .. .. 26 12 201 34 2 22 John Muller. ... .. .... lot 2 blk A J T Harris ad Citra %! 1.80 1 83 : Sallie H and J J McMahon. n3; of n% of neu.. .. ... 60 J Iii s
c Hall,. .... .. .. ... .. s34 of nw34 and n} of swu l 1 1a J H and William Porter ? s% of s* of neu of nw.13112122 10 110 Charlotte Sherman. .. 6.32 cbs sq In sw cor ot. ..... %313120r; 4 140( ,
;:: I--.C ex 2 acres. .. ... .261.01, 158 1 69 Unknown. .. .. .. .. % of se' of nw* . ...3112221 20 1 53 Sump Barber. .. .. .. .. seu ot set/ .. .... .. ... 2313201 40 2 11
t Ben Mosley... ... . .. com at a pt 3 chs w of ne cor J. Mrs H Hart.. .. .. .. .. s% of seat of se/ ex 2 acres Unknown. .". .. .... .. w'h ot neu of neU.... ... .. 20 174M
of sw3i of nwtt. .. .261..01thence ( in ne cor. .' .. . .. t 18 183 P Thompson. . .. ... nwu of ne% .. . ... .. 24 lJ ZO1( 40 a n
w 140 yds s 10 y t Maria Hearst.. . .. .70 yds nand s by 140 yds e J B Brooks also J J Barr. .. swu of neu and n3 ot f1etof
l e 140 yds n 70 yas. . t 2 2 09 and w L"l ne cor of s4 or se. neu .. .. .. .. .. .. ; GO S IS
C Denman. .. .. .. seu of swu .. \.. .. ..26 40 2 23 1J ot se'/ . . .. . 32,12,22, 2 I 2 13 C H Sam. . .. .. s34 of nei of se%. ... .. .. 2413120 60 217
:IfJ S J Denman ... ? .,: com at sw cor of ne'/4 of Se G 11 Webb. . . . com 1123 chs IS of ne con of n t Iu t James WrIght Sr.. .. .. .... e% ot nw* ex 2 acres In ,
thence s 2 chs e 6.36 chs n SY 1 J 12T201 I I of nw'44 . . . .IUI1I1 I I cor. .. .. . . . ..28 1301 80 4 11K
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;'James Wright Jr .. . 2 acres In sw cor of eof nw I I and lot 1 ot see 28 sees 21 I I Un kn . . : alp of Sw 4. . . .IuUI22f: : 8)1) 91
% . . . . .. .28113120r; ( 2 161 and. . . . . 281321 I 11 3 50 I owKn. d'y'. .. : nip of /4 of nei/ . .135/13:221! / : l 1 n i
.' :; W Beard . . . sw'4 of se% . . . 29113.201! ; 40 2 17.y Seth Kich ls. . . lots 21 22 23 24 21 2g 29 30 31 JM: Priest. . . .. 5*. of nnw% of ne% . .1"13'221; 1 30) 1 10
Isaac Klngcade. . . n% of nei4 of se% . . .129113i20r! 20 250 49 50 51 52 53 54 60 61 I I13 I 1 Phillip James . .. n } of nw / ex: 2 acres in swl ''I J Jcor
.:. Isaac Klngcade for 1903. . np of ne4 of se% . . .129113'201! 20 2 50 66 61 68 69 12 13 74 15 76 651 i .. . . . . .3 13227S; / 5 93. '
WD Shepherd. . . .. se'4 of nw%, . . . .130IUi201! 40 2 11 88 89 and 25 acres in ne corl I I Phillip Johns. . .. nei4 of sw14 and n 3-8 of n I I I
'" Unknown. . . .. sw 4 of nw%, . . . .130113; Wr( 40 2 11 of S Fernandez: grant w ofi 1 % of sw% . . . ? 35:131: ; 55 3 U
.\ ,J II Wilson . .. . 6.30 chs nand s by 16 chs e 1 r 1 R R J H Campbell's sur ofl I Unknown . . .. . iv'j of ow;. . .. . . 36113:22); ) 80 2 17-
v ._ and w In se cor of sw% . 31113:201: 10 1 83I. S Fernandez grant sees I 1 D W Hooker . .. ... se; of sw ex 10 acres to ca- I !' :.

'Urs S E Atkinson. . ne'4 of sei4 . . . 31113i20r; 40' 1 H and . . . . .211 28113i21, 70 28 nal. . . . . -1'13'2.31' 30 131
>J W Beard . . .. ne'44 of nei4 . . . .32113201! ( 40f 2 17McNatr J W BI.shop. . . . elk of set . . . . { [ 801! 389 J I Taylor . .. .. .. sW1,1 of se}1 w, ,. . . .1 4,1312340,, / 138
and Wade. . .. e% of swi4 . . . .3213:20r! : ( ..80, 3 03 J W Bishop for 1903. . elk of seU4 . . . ../2213211! SOl 389 I J A Alexander. . . lot 19.P. . . . . 613'3f' 40 1-
I. RJ Mitchell . . .. nw'4 of se i4. . . . 321320! 40! 1 74 Thomas Thomas . ? .. nwv4 of ne% .I2313211! 40j 3 681 M bI Grantham. .. .. . lot 22. .. . . . . .. ., 40 3 39
Reuben Elli . .. . wip of sw4 . . . .!3313'20: 80 6 05 J \\7 B.lshop. . . .. wp of sw! . . ., . .123,13211;; 801, 3 89 I H T Wartmann. . .. 222 yds e and w by 1.a yds n I !I I
Iverson Davis. . . sw'4 ofse% . . .-.13311320! { 40211.Calvin J W Bishop for 1903 . w4p of swi1 . . . .12313'211; 80: 3 89 and s in ne cor lot 23. . 6,13'23 1,, 8 2 04
McMahon. . .. ne4 of swr/ . . . .!34'1320! : 40 2 11 Frank Killingsworth. . .. acres .123113'211 4, 1 53 Dr E C Harrison .'. . lot 24 ex 7 chs sq In nw cor. 1331: : 35 3 51
',.' Heirs of II B Dunn.. . sw} of sw% . . . '!1341320/; / 40 2 60 Anna Tabor. . . 5 chs q ncnw cor ofnnei4 of! I I I !I L J Hall . . . lot 15. .. . . . .. .. 1:13231;;: 4Q 1 38
: W J IeMa.hon. . . se% of sw'4 . . . 3413'20( 401 2 60 siCi4 . . . . .i23:13:211: : 31 140 1v \\.aldron.. . . lot 26. . . . . . .1 I I13'93'!I : ; 40 1 g2
:::.Alford Demson. . . e% of nwi 4. . . . .1/ 113:211' : 5 62 Mrs A L rartin. . . w1 of swi4 . . . .i;95i13'21i' 80'' 3 89 J T 1IaIl. . . . .lot ;;. . . . . . 71323! ;; ( 40 13
r Martha E\'ans. . . s1, of ne/4 of swi4. . 1113,211! 20)) 1 74 I M 1' Butler. . ... .. . cof 2.&0 chs s of ne cor of lot! I I Mrs A F F Han. .. 'Ilot _S . . . . . ., 1:1331! !;: 40 1 Sa
l Unkno".n. . . .. .. np of sell of swr/ . . 11321/ : 20 1 'i4 2. . 126'13121' L.J. Hall. . .. .!se4 of sivi4 and swi4 of sei4 S:1331:: ; 50 2 66
.' Israel White. . . . swq of sw'44 ex 5.23 acres in 1 1 I inecor r I I thence w 4' h's's5.t5' h's' w:! J J F, Lang and Son. . . ..ne- of nw1.4 and nW7 of Be i4 ?! 13'3' r S/\ 3 02

; . . . . .) 3'13,21' 35 290 < 16 chs s 3.S51chs e 20 chs n Henning L and I Co..n : of swi4. . . . 'j101323j! ; 40 1 19
B P Hull. . . ... com 15.3" chs w of ne cor of: t I I 9 chs . . . . I f 10 2 00 Unknown. . . . se}; of 0\\ Li and nei4 of swi4 ,1013 23r 8& 2S
-. sei4 of se% . . . .j 3131r! ,;; I I Richard:: 'Y9odard.. :. .. . com 11.53 chs s of ne cor of 1'T Mrs H E IcConn. . com 1.50 chs e of nw- cor ofJ! J i! I Jswi4

- = thence w 18.1& chs s 20 chs, 1 nw}, of nwi4. . . .::26'13211; of ne}, . . . ,16,13' 231(
L e 9.8-1 chs n 10 chs e 8.32 chs !II' t thence w 415 ft n 210 ft e 415\\ 1 1Heirs thence a 10 chs s 12 Ch5 w 1 I 1

n 10 chs. . : .. . I 28 4,36H ft s 210 ft . . . .1 I 1 I'1 2 1 18 10 chs n 12 chs. . .1! I [ I 12 :! 82!
G Hull . . . com at a pt 20 chs n of se cor 3:1321: ; of Charles Wright.. ? lot 3 ex 19.0 acres on e ends J Alice E Carlton..e .. of swi4 . u' . !17'133: 1 38
thence w 15.3-1 chs s 10 chsl! I and 5.60 acres on sw cor and i 1v lt' 'aMron. . . lot 3. . . .1181331! 440
w8.34 chs s 10 chs e 11 chs, 5.26 acres in nw c )r. . 26 13,211! 32 S 36 .-\ Brown. . . ." lots 24! 2a 211 2- ex 28.0.acres+ I! I I 133lic
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s 9.50 chs e 12.60 chs n 6.23: com 9.59 chs w anu 13.12 chs r sold .. . . . .18:10> 231 hI
chs e 6 cbs n 23.11 cbs W I j i s of ne cor . . . 21 13:211: J C Iathews. . .. . se4 of nwi4. . . . /20113231/ : ; 40) 1 3)1
' chs. . . . . .61 I 65 5 96 i thence w 10.42 chs so 7.611! I L BIarsh.. . . . swi4 ofne-% and se.s, of nw'i132J13231! : 80 55
Isaac Parker. . . .. 6.32 chs e and w br 1.70 I I I7 1 1 1. chs e 9.11 chs n 10 deg el I Henning L and I Co. . aU of ex nwi4. of se}} . .i 1113:241: 600 2 7 29 80

nand s in nw cor of sw'4 of I II 1.79 chs . . . .1 7.50 2 43 Henning L and I Co. . all of.. . . . . .I 3:13W: : 640 5
. I se4 . : . . . 3'131211 5 1 83 Della 1YiIliams. .. . com 12.5-1 chs wand 29.74 chs! Unknown. . . . "lot t. . ; . . . 40 93
:: -Unknown.. .. . . . sei4 of swi4 of nei4 and sei4 I t B of ne cor. . . . .12113121! r Ellen Ingram. . . lot !. .. .. : . . ... 4113.241! 61 3 138
'. of se% . . . . 6,13:211: 50 3 98G thence w 7.52 chs s 2.72 Chsl! I Ie L L :\le-ggs. . . . . swi.'E..i. . . . . .1113:241 I '!; : 160 3 21
0 Runnermand. . com 5 chs e of nw cor of sw?; 6'13i211; to It R n J.O deg e 2.22 chs 21! 2 43 C H Heg . . .. . w1h of nei4 of se7.i ex 1 acrei I I 39
thence s 20 chs w 15 chs n I r A L Jones. .. ... !..... .... com 22.35 chs nand 5.25 chs I Ij In sw cor . . . ., 81131241 T' 19 1
I 20 cbs e 15 chs. . ;. '1 30 7 81 of ne cor of se14. . . .127113,21, Unknown . .. . w% of n'2' . . . 8113,24( 240 n
J -W D Alford. . . S com 13.50 chs e of sw cor. 613211I : thence n 3.17 chs w 2.913 chs' Unknown. . . . lots 9 and H." . . . .. 9,13,241 I !; 5a 4 2 86
Sarah X Bradley. . .. . t 29
I thence n 16.58 chs w 7.50 chs I 5 9 deg 30 min w 3.21 chs I ep of nei4 of nw'4 ot nw% 9113'241/ :
. s4.17chsw15chss12,41 I e 3..n rhs . . . 1 .200 T E Pasteur. .. .. . lot 10 ex 2 acres to church. .1 9'1311' 5 1 'a
', chs e 22.20 chs to pOD. I 30 7 81 A IJores.. .. ... .. .. com 22.35 chs n .of se cor of I Ine Thos E Po1steur. . . com 220 yd3 n of sw cor lot 10j 16 1 38

Qk1awaha. Fruit Co. . ei4 of elk of sW14 and se}4. ex ( } . . . . . 2111321.1 ; thence f.45 ft e 7 deb 15'minw43lftn29fte8fttol' 9i13'12tf!
10 acres in ne car. . . .613.211. ,170: 3304I thence w 8.72 chs n 9 deg :30: 1 !
I George 0 Runnermand. ... nw'4 of ne'4 of nei4. . 7113:211: { 10 lnI : min e 3.18 chs e 8.18 chs \ center of Eureka Creek! / >
.. Babcock and Alford. . .. nwi4 of nei4 . . .. . 71131211! 40 5 84 :tl8 chs . . . .s1\ I.. 2.5 I 2 86Betsy Smith Creek to center of lot! I
I '.J J Barr.. . . .. sis of swi4 of ne% . . 'i113211! ] 20 2 60 3ingham.. .. .. nwv4 of nei; . . . 2ii13.2140/ 196J 10wtGPob. . . . I
I .' Florida Land Co. . . se14 of nwi4 . . . 7113211';, 40 4 76 lv BIshop. . . . com 29Ut ft e of sw cor of sw! I I I Henning L and I Co. . sei4 of nW?4" . . .1. 1 40 2 743
I Carter and Ramsey.. ... nip ofnw 4. ofnw . : 813! : n20/ 211 i4. of ne 1. . . . 113,211: Henning L and I Co. :. . aU of. . . . . .ll1.l321 10I13.21( ( 6O 1 19
Westerley Savings Bank . nw of SW?; and nip of se} 1 71131211 I i thence e H7.20 ft n 592 ft \\ I I r Henning L and I Co. . n of nth and sel of net'. 5 96C

of SW% . . . .1. 60 6 U I 147.20 ft s 592 ft. . . .! 1 1 I 21 3 SO T luIlen.: . . lot 10. . . .... . ..113113:2tl:! ) 200 2 29 '
::Susan Boyd 4. . . .Ine% of neis . . . .IS:13: 11 40 4 it1 J 'W Bishop for 1903 .. .. com 29-1.-1-1 it e of sw co; oft I I Iswi4 I Ed Hicks..w i4 of nei ex 2 aCres, to! 40 192

.Phoebe Dun an. . . .,n %of nei4 of swi4 ex 4 acre I r 1 of ne14. . . .121'13:21\! :. \ church. ... .117J1312I'
: ". to Shelton. . . . 913211; 16 290r. thence e 141.20 ft n 592': ft wi I ILRichardson. . ofIe-" ". .". ". .". 28 2 5.
.A'bert Spann. .. . fra.ctl e1h of sw i4 ex n1h 0 1 t 14..20 ft s 592. ft..i \ I 2i; 3 50 Z T Iullen. . . . nei4 ofsei- and n!: of seat ofl!!171131241! 20 1 55L'nknonn.

;' / net,4 of swi4. . . . .. : 50 3 55 J S Lh'ingston..:. .. .. com 4.52 chs n of se cor ofl I I Iwip . . . . ./117113241 I
;. I Grecn Rutland.. . . com 520 tt s of ne cor of nw4. I I : of nei4. . . .127 13:21! I . . .. . loteu. . . . :; 60 2 96
': of nei4. . . . . .. 9131211k ; thence n 6.78 chs w 8.85 chsI! I I 1 1 IS Henning Land I Co. . "all of. . . . ..12113241! 50 1 ag
thence w 200 ft s 200fte 6..8 chs e 8.85 chs..I I I 21 Henning L and I Co. . ..all ; ( 6-10 596 s
of. . . ,
) . . .
, 200 ft n 200 ft. . . . I 1 2 00 W W Martin ... .. ... fractl ne4 of lot 1. . . : 77.57 3 68'' Kenning L and I Co. . ei_ of e% . . . . 6O 5 9S r
Rosa Evans. .. . set,4 of nei4 ex 105 ft e and w 1 Sam Sams. .. . .. nip of swi4 . . . .131 1321I 80 4 76 E \liIllgan. . . .. . w+2 of and 27113'160'! :': 1 U
by 220 ft nand s in ne car 1 Mrs AM: :Martin .. . all or fractl . . . .135'13'211' '' 51 303 Unknown. . .. . "nw+40fset nei4 and se 4 of nw 120 4 U
Abram artin. . . .. ne +1osw; 1
I
c. of sei4 of sei4 of nei4 and r all of ex 25.45 chs nand S b Iy and sip of swi4. . 130113124
1 acre sq In se cor. . 1013:2138: / 6 82 40 chs e and w in se cor. 3613,21, r 449 26 88 Inknown. . . . ... nit of ? : 160 4 U
&. Rank Rutland. ... .. . cot 525 tt s of ne cor of nwii I f Mrs AM: llartin. ._. . com 19.68 chs w of se cor. 36113'21! Cnknown. . . . e}2 of ei nwi. .;. and. .wp. .of. .sw/3213'2.. / .' 120 3 21
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.I3-113W!
f, of.ne% . . . . .1013.211. 1 ( I' 'e, ;\;;it.-lj I thence w 20.32 chs n 25.54 I 1 Henning L and I Co. . all of . . . . ;: 160I 13
thence w 210 tt s 210 ft e 1 I IIi. .t cbs e 20.32 chs s 25.5 chs! I 1 51.90 3 63 R R Re-ed. . . .. . .1.50 chs and .1351132-11; 640 5 95
. : 210 ft n210ft. . . 1 I r 1 2 21r Heirs of Abram :Martin . 63 chs by 100 chs n and s on el i 1 and s In e swi4 w cor by of 10 nW4 chg of'n!' I I 1

Doctor P B Wilson . w1h of nei4 ex 5 acres in ne 1 end of John Broward I sev4 . . t
I I grant\ . .. 411325' !
7.51
cor and swi4 of nwi4 of nw I ex 7 acres to J. 31. 13:211: 623 65 93 I Henning L and I Co. . all of. . . . 143
-: ;; . . . . . ..lot311: ; 65 3 20 Weatherbee and Flagg ? com 6.25 chs w of a pt 4 chsl! I I In I I. J B Swain. . . . ..lot 1 blk 10 Kerr . 7113'25! : 640 59&
":. . .. com at sw cor .of blk 5 Redo 1 I of se cor lot 14 sub of J. D I I I T X Lewis . . . lots 1-1 and 15 bIk City . .!101325! / 780
dick,. . . . . .110.131211 \ grant thence w parallel with I r T X Lewis for 1903 . ..lots 14 and 15 blk 11 Kerr CityI1013i25! ; 2 5J: i
:. thence w 145 ft n 480 ft e I \ s bdy lots 14 and 15 to R R I I ;I''1 o H Hammond. . . .lots 29 30 bIk 11 Kerr Citrll0! 3'25r; 2 59
5 ft s 480 ft. . . .145',1 I I 1 1 78 thence n with R R to n bdYi I Unknown. . . . ".'lots 13 Kerr City.1013:25! : 94
:: Bettle Johnson. . .. .. 1 acre between lands of E. I I Ir r rt lot 15 e to pt 6.25 chs 1 I I Chas A Iiing. . . lot 5.1278101113.. : . . . ::11I13.25! 280 598 L
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I !13I13:25! : ;
Cheesboro..110,1321 1 1 83 b..I A M Han.ey. . . 13 19Z
lot to
Thagard and ne- car 14 s P 0 13i211; 45 12 71 "lot. . . . .
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- ,Elliott Cheesborough . lots 1 and 4 blk 1 Reddick. .II013i211! ; 1 53 J C Ellis. .. .. . sei{ ot nwi4 ex 7.95 chs sq in I Henning. Land I Co. .. . [ots2a456L)1I1213141s'S..a !'111131251! { 119

x- Elliott Cheesborough. . lot 2 blk 2 Reddick..110I1321I; 61f nw cor. . . . . 33.68 174 16. . .. . I I I Qt!
t."MrsOrenaSmltth.. . .lot5blk5Reddick. . . ;' .% 8 J U..West. .. . .. . com 420 ft e of nw cor. . .. 1131222,, UnknoW . . . lots 12 13 14 z. . . .119113:25: ', 810
1. :'iR A Boyd . . .. loti 8 and 9 blk 13 Reddick..1013'211; 6 91 thence e 300 yds s 115 yds wi I Derlwyall Lewis. . . e% of rot S. .and. s ,;_of lot 15'2013251'! ;, 140 3 32
;R A Boyd .. . .. lots 3 and 4 blk 16 Reddick. .1I0,13211$ ,, 6 91 300 yds n 115 .ds. . ., I 10.75 179 D Falana. . . . .. .. .6.16 chs and . . .122:13'251: 82
d Deltla Howard . . ns of swi4 of nw'/ . . .111113 211 :! 2 60 I C Ellis . . eo .90 ft e and w br 'it'5 ft nand s, ..i r nand e sin W by 6.32 chsl! 1 1
k Della Howard for 1903 . np of swi4 of nwi; . . 11113'21; \ Ol 2 60i' E in se cor of nwi4 of 1131221; 17 1 49 Chas Falkins. . . lots 6 11 12 sw cor lot .126'13'251! ( 21 I 94
Jake Riley . . . sect of se'4 of nw4. . 1113'21! 1 74 J U 'West. ... ... .f. com 525 ft s of nw cor. nw'1 113/221/ 11 bIk 7 ex ei: of ne%. lotI! I 1 1Swann f

Amelia Rile .. .. swi of se% of nw',4..111113'211/ 10 1 74r thence 5 210 ft e, 420 ft nl I r ; and Henry. . lot 9. . .Michigan. . .Cit. .. .. .1W13'25f!!: 'I 1 73
i'r rMack Finlay Jr. .. . 4.47chsnandsby&71chse'' I r 210 ft w 420 ft..I i. r 2, 1 24 Unknown. . . . 6.32 cbs In .im13:2: 1 ag
and w in se cor of nwi4 oft I Robert Dennison. ., .. .y, ne% \of nwi4 ex1 acres in ne!. I 1 I Icm t.nknown. . . ? swi.. .sq .nw. .CQr Jot 13..12iiI32iil' 5. 101
-, nW . . . . .111'13:211: 3 213 -. . . . . 313,221, ; I 183 W C" Townsend. . ... .... of . . .!J2813'2; .16&1 4 13
\ck Finlay Sr. . . MI chs sq in sw cor of net I i I I I Tropical Land CO . nw'4 of swi! . . . .. 3:1322110: \ 1 53 r. . . wi W'4 of nwi4. . . .3"13:251: 401 1 19
f. of nwi4 . . . .11113! 211 3 1 83 Unknown. .. . . 16.111 ths e and W by 7.2 chs: I I Unknown. . . . ei of nei4. of of ne . . <35131251! 2011 1 38
J II BllIngsley.! . .. 12.50 chs e and w on w side of; I I Iswi f I ,ira!;Ils4. ..Ls14 nand s in sw car 'of s41'I I 1 W C Townsend. . . : of sei sw'4 of nw... 36113t25I! 82
nw nwi . .
1. } of swi4. . . . .lll,13.1! 25 39S ; of nwi} . . . . .I 4132'[ : ; 11 1 61 ITnknown. . . .. "lots 1 2 3 . . .136113:25.: 4 21 rUnknown. 1
Adam Turner . . . sei4 ex 6 acres in sw cor of' I I r I J F Horner . .. . swi4 of nei4 and nei4 of sei41 5113221; ; 80 3 89 . . . . .i14136 12.) 3
: nwIA and 3 acres in nw car( I I Iofm Richard Hearst. . . 149 yds nand s by 3jO :rds e! I I 1 Unknown. . . . .nw 2 % and lot 2. . .. .!1;1 1312fr 183 4 13
'% ofsr} ... . .11113.211! 150 4 23'Adam and w in nw cur of nei.J 513,22r; 2 90 Smart Edwards. . .. acres of E'q ill SW cor. . .,! 1141191 2 110
: Turner. . .. ... .. aei4 ex 6 acres :In sw cor orl I II' Inwi4 Richard Hearst for 1903 . 140 yds nand s by 370 yds e, I t Frans Brooks. . . sip ofow nei4' of. nwi4 . . ,1! 1 14
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and 3 acres in nw cor I I I and w in nw cor of nei.4' 5 13!:! 1 2 90 J II n. . . .. S ebs side: . 3'1419'20't/ ( 5 6:
: ofnW' ofse' . . ...1113! 211, 150 405 W B A'cock. . . nwi4 of swu4 and wip of se 7113'2 1 1201'4 76 nand s on n of sel f 1 f
John Iorrlson. . . . . 80 3 89 Joe Pinkney . . . . { of'nw . . ( 16 2 94
sp of nei4. . .112:13211: ; ? sei; or sei! . .11113221; 40 .260 Jane Edwards. . .. .. n of of s .u. 12J14i19
Ben :McCollough. . .. nwi4 of nw4 and wit of ne' I 1 I 1 1 Joe Pink e)'. . . .. 5WJ" ot swi} ex 'i01 chs sq inl I I Ise r Unknown . . . swi4 of n7:: .swi' of .! 10 131
.' ; of nwi4 . . . .1121131211 50 6 14 !i cor. . . . . 8113:221! : 35 4 19 Polk and Iarson. . . of ne . . .I13.14:19: 40 2 60 .
Jesse fCCullough. ... elof se4 of nw. . .,12'13:211'' : 10 260 Unknown. . .... . swi4 of nw 4. . . 913:221! : 40 2 60 D J C"annie. . . .. .. siz ne v4' . . . .115H'191: SO I 339
1 II II Ktn'on. . .. e'b of se'4 of swi4 and sth'' 1 1 I Unknown . . . s2 of sw u4 of sei4. ' . / 20 1 31 C E Barron. . . ..nwi+ of sei4. .. . .115iHI19r! 40 133
s12 of
of se'4" . . . ..12132l! : 100 398 A. F Young. . . . com 1.1p chs s of ne car of sw. Joseph" Chisholm. ? . se1, . . . .115141191! 80, 22J:
,Unknown. . . . 10 chs a and w by 15 chs n andi I i i4 . . . . . 15 I 13122 I Polly Tnylor. . . . nz, ofnt'of % ofnw 4. . .!2114191! 901 2 60
.' sin ne cor of nwf of nw113:13: 15 3 20 thence n 1.16 chs e 4,13 chss Sam Roberts. . ..n ne . . . .14114:20 i : : 416
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'Silla mall. . . .. .. ws4 of niv'4 of SW}4' .1113:21! : ; ': 30 174 n 11.28 chs n 81 deg 6 minw17.54hss10.56chse3.16 George Roberts. . . .sis.6.16 of ne+ . . . . .14114:201: SOt 476
Mrs SS Grantham. . a4 of nwIA, of sw . .113:13.211! : 10 88 chs nand s by 6.32 chs! I r

.William; Stocker. . . sip of nw'4 of sea, and 4 chs: I i chs s 7.56 chs e 20 chs... 23.32 3 80 A J Edwards. . . . e and w In nw cor of s-e.1 l 414201! 2f 1 41)
wi4 of .
: eandwby3chsnandsinl I Josh Evans..w% of nw14. . . . .17 80 5 OS Milo Williams. . . s iof nwi; . .. .. .1514"Z01 i ( / 1 53
se car of nip of nwU of set. : I S D 'W Smith. . . 8.39 cbs sq in se cor of swi4 1322 I Jilo Williams. . . si of nei, of swi4 . .1 I 8114120: 20 1 53
% . . . . . .!13:13:211: : 21 4 36 "+41 1 ,: :'iPlht of sei4 . . . . .!1713221! 7 140 Thomas John"on." . . sei4. . . . .i 8114'20' 801 5 62
sam Johnson. . . sip of nei4. . . . .14113.21)) 80 3 68 Nancy Aldridge. .. . 1 acre sq in sw cor of ne .118131221 1 1 10 Thomas Johnson for 1903 ..sofn a 20fn% . . ,1 914'201! 401,303
iR A Bo'd. . . . .S'l of nw1" . . . .14113,211. 40 2 60 Clay Harris. : .. . 13.31 chs sq in ne cor of nwl ti4 I nknown. . . . .s} ofn>d ofn% . . ; 914i20! ; 40 303 ,
.. Castle Johnson. . . 3 acres sq in sw cor of nw%I I I I . . . . . .((181322: I 18.50 2 90 ;) acres In se. cor of swi4 ofl! I t r .
;'. of seIA, . . . . .114 131211: 3 183 Joseph W Smith. ,. .. . com 13.31 chs s of ne cor of nwl 1 E ,\\". Roberts. . . ,.. .. !':w%ofse. . . . .1 1 9i14:205: / 1 83
r s Sanders. .. . .. sub of / 1 I Inei . % % . . . .1 914201 40
cLew : lots 3 and 4 Benedict I' 74. . . . 13 22// Hannah Horner. . . wne 389
. . .q. . .1..15 131211 10 2 90W thence w 13.31 cbs s 13.31. Unknown. . .. . %, ofnw% . . . .II014201! 81 476
: M Sherouse. . . lots 5 6'and 8 Benedict sub of I, I I I13'211 chs e 13.31 chs n 13.31 chs I r 18.50 3 50 Mrs E B Carr. . . s of e'p of ne}1. . . .I13:14Wr! : !: ( 60 303
sip of
:' > ne . . . . . '; 15 2 90 Lena Smith. .. .. 'e. 13.31 chs sq in se cor of nw118113' 18.50)) 2 90 sei4 of nei4 and nei't oft i I r
Johnson. . . .. 5 1 53 sei{ . . . . !
; .Ed blk 9 Benedict sub of ne% Sofie Jackson.. .. . com 13.31 cbs w of ne cor ofl Arthur Kincaid . .. 60 2 99
Mero Howard .. . . ..lot 20 Benedict sub of ne%, . 1513121! 10 1 53 nw% . . . . .1181322 I I Susie M Mathews. . nw'/4 of nw34 . ? . : 16114lOr! !: 40 2 60
L M Sberouse. . . sub or .. 5 1 53 .: nel.4 of nw . . . .//22114120r
lot 26 Benedict ne% 1513121// thence w 13,31 cbs s 13.31 A J Smith. . . . 40 2 11
.A B Rou. . .. . .neofseIA, . . . ...18 40 276 chs e 13.31 cbs n 13.31 chs\ 18.50 3 50 Mrs M E Ross. . . sip sei4 of of nw% .2214l201 40 2 11
Crane and :\IcMahon. . lots 1 :: 3 and 4 blk 9 Fairfield 9 06 E Mooney . . . com 13.31 chs wand 13.31 chsl ( W B Edwards. nwi4 120 3 68
: -Unknown. . .. .. sip ot lot,.,l blk 1 Benedict 21)I B of ne cor of nw%, . Mrs M E Ross .?. ..w. . ... of se- and e1h'of swi/ .J2514I2o1! 159 6 91
: Heights . . . . .1813! 18-3 thence w 13.31 chs s 13.31. Anearon Thilsom. nw% of nw4 and sof se1261141201! 120 4 32 sly
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J J Barr . .. .. .. .1 1 acre in nw cor of lot.4 blk 211, chs e 13.31 chs n 13.31 chsl? 18.50 3 50 Harriett Butler. . . nwi4 of nwi . : . .1321141201! 40 3 21
,', 1 Benedict Heights. . 1813 1 83 Unknown. .... . com 13.31 chs w of se cor oft Th"s Eriwards. . .. 5W7. of SW74. . . .132fH20r! 40 2 60(
-J J Barr. . :. .. sip of lots 5 and 6 blk 1 Benedict 1 t" nwi4 . . . . .1181322 Mrs Jessie Hall . ..n. ..lot 5-8 of sei/ of sw% . .132114120r! 25 2 11
. . 1813 5 06 4 sub of sip of sth. . ./
Heights. thence n 13.31 chs w 13.311 G H 26 1 53
211 Spalding. . . nei4 of /331141201, 1
'J J Darr. . . .. .. lots 11 and 12 blk 1 Benedict cbs s 13.31 chs e 13.31 chs. 18.50 3 50 ? sw'44 and 7 chs e and! r

.: Heights . . . .1813 211 20 1 53 Unknown. .. ... .. . 13.31 chs sq in nw cor of nw W H ReddIng. . . won w.side of nw% of se136141201! 54 6 4t
J J Barr. . .. . .. .. s 1.2of; lots 13 and It blk 1- . . . . . . 18 13122, 18.50 2 90 A M Martin. . . eip of S\\ . . . 73.52 2 66
3114121)/
;' Benedict Heights. . 1813,211! 10 1 83 Eliza Smith. .. .. .. . .. com 13.31 chss of nwcor of. 1nw',4 I J M Meffert. . .. .. all geu4 of ex .56 acres In sw cor. .' ) 159 1 SO
Mrs E J Stanhope.. .. . lot it blk 2 Benedict Heights 1813211! 10 1 53 : . . . . ...181322 I ex w4 of swi' and s% I I
.... . lot 1 blk .& Benedict Heights 19 131211( 10 1 63 thence e 13.31 chs s 13.31 chs I 1f J Townsend. ... .. . of se in. . . . . .1 7114211 I 560 12 59
,.Cokeley? ,, ,, ? ? ? .. lot 5 blk 4 Benedict Heights 10 2 60 w 13.31 chs n 13.31 chs. I 18.50 3 50 J M 3leffert. . .. R-p of or ne14. . 91141211.) 2G 1 33
Unknown.. . . . lot 8 blk 4 Benedict IIeightsl1913I211! 10 2 60 S D Smith. .... ..;. .. 13.45 chs sq In sw cor of nw B L Ha-nes. . .. . '..1wi. i of nwi4 of nw% . . 9141211 10 119
Mr Patch. .. .. .. .. .. lot Z blk 5 BenedIct Heights 19 13111 10 1 53r.W %. ... .. .. .1813,22 I 18.15 290 se'4 of SW 4 and sw14 of sei (
G Ford. .. . .. .. lot 11 blk 6 Benedict Heights 1913121 10 2 60( Amelia Aldridge. ; . .. nw14 of s'4 ex 5 acres on el I 1 I and 6.32 chs n and s by 11.84 I J
. }W ... ... . lot 23 blk 6 Benedict Heights 19 1321; 1 10 1 63 side . . . . . 3S 398 cbs e and w In nw cor of I ,
- i L W Lipsey.... ..; ... lot 11 blk 1 Benedict Heights 20,1311; 8 1 31 Lydia Daniels. .. .. .. .. 1,50 chs e and w on e side of I ( inei4 I L II Haynes. . . .s%1.4 of of SE' 4of' . . .set 91141211! 41 3 26
H Gatrell. .. I.. ... .. lot 4 blk 8 Benedict Heights 4% 1 10 of sw . . . 18 15 183 se% se14 ex 6 acres. .
J J Darr. ... . .. lots 6 7 and 8 blk 12 Benedict Nancy Aldridge.. .. .. .. com 7.50 chs w of ne corof sw : Jeff Hayne-s. . . . I in se cor . . : . I ,. r 13.60 222
Heights. . . . . 1813 21 91 I %, . . . . . .181322 I Monroe Bros and McDonlld. s hof sw 440f swi; . . ./ 9114121t! 20 2 29
:Mrs St3.nhope. .. . ..... lots 1 and 8 blk 13 Benedict I thence W 7.50 cbs s 20 chs e. 1 ; com 6.33 chs So of nw cor of! I(
Heights. . . . . 1813211{ 2 60 7.50 cbs n 20 chs. . I r 15 2 43 ,. sei4 of sel,4. . . . 914 21t
,1' J Barr. .. . .. ... lots 3 and 4 blk 15 Benedict I W A ottage and Bra . ell of nwi4 and e>k of s% 20131221! 120 7 99 thence e 15 chs s 3.61 cbs Vi r

.: Heights . . . .1513 211 61 Mrs D :M Smith. .. ? . w4 of sei; and sel,4 of se141201322l! 120 6 62 Gus Woodson. . . 153cof n 3.o chs.u . 6 'l 91
G 11 Webb.. .. ,lot 1 blk 19 Benedict Helghts1S1321 61J o E Farnham .. .. .. .. 7.50 chs n and s by 6.15 chs W A Hinslckle. .. . .Iot s sth sw + ,. . ...014 11, 58 413
J Barr. ...::::.: .. lots t and S blk 21 Benedict e and w In se cor ofnei4-of 1 I5 I J M [effert . 10 blk 13 Martin ? .10114Ur Z 29
Heigbts. . . . 181321 67i se}4" . . . . 20 13 140 Anna W Templeton. . ,lots 3 snd 4 blk 32 Martin. 10114 21!
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"'s W McClaron . .. lot 5 J 11 'Campbell's sur of e I Unknown. .. .. ._. .. .. e4 of ne% . . : .. 221 80 2 60 Unknow . . .?. .?. ..ne'4 of sw14. . . . ..nl14l! 46 Z 682
part of S Fernandez grant Felder White. .. .. .. .. ..140 yds e and w by 2a yds I I Henry RIley. . . ot ne /4. . . . 141421 1 40 192
and 2 of see 21 I I of sw'4 . .
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nand 5 in se cor of swi4 off 1 Albert James. . . ..1414211 80 339
and lot 1 of see 28 sees 21 I net . . . . . ...22 13221! 7 1.83 Lewis Jackson. .. //ne% ofne "" ./1514)211) 40 192
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and. . . . .. .28.13. 1 20 S 66 R S CivIls. . .. .. . nip of nip of se'4 . . / 40 211 of of nwle. 1 acrel I r
S W McClaron for 1903 . lots J H Campbell's sur of e Gabe T'son. : .. .' swi4 of sw . . . .. 131221 40 260 Monroe Bros and McDonald. I In ne cor. . . . 1514121] 9 1 31

: part of S Fernandez grant I 1 Will Gaskin. . . nei4 of ne% . . . ..26 40 2 60 Unknown ; . .. .. .. ,!!,15 sw' ot SW a of nw% . ./. ( 10 1 19
and lots 1 and 2 of see 21 I Minda Gary .. .. ? ... sw'4 of se'4 . . . ... (131221: 40 2 60 acres sq in se cor of n'1 .. '
and lot 1 of see 28 sees 21 I Mahaly Thomas.: . . com 140 ft s of ne cor of nei4 27 31221 A Irvine. . . I of seJ,4. . ;. . .115,14 l' 15 188
'. and.. . .. . .. .. 281131211 I 20 S 66 thence w 210 ft s 420 ft e Iunroe Eros and . nei4 of nw% . . ... 16114 2lf 40 1 5&

tO D Maynard.. .. ...: lots 11 and 31 J II Campbell's 210 ft n 420 ft. .. . ( 1 2 1 91 Wesley Kinsler. McDonald.. . % of sw/4 . . :. 11114 21r( 40 229
sur of e part of S Fernandez George Bagley .. .. sei, of neIA and ne4 of sei4 813221; 80 6 91 Rachel Kinslet. .. .. tnwit nei4 ot se14. . . 21r 4 %
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grant and lots 1 and 2 of see J F Harvey. . .. ? ..1sw% of ne and se% of se\4, so 4 76 R of ne14 and nei4 of nw'49i14 211 80 4 767M
21 and lot 1 of see 28 sees 21 J F Harvey for 1903. .. ..!swi4 of ne/ and se'4 ot se1,4 281322' 80 4 761 nroe'Bros andMcDonald.. Ii of nw and new of nw12014211' 8f i13
and. .. .. . .. .. 2813 21 17.4 5 66R Mrs. D :M Smith. .. . s' of nw1,4 of nei4 and e.4 r and of sw f
A Boyd. .. .... ... ... lot 58 J H Campbell's sur of e of ne7. of nwi4 and nwi4 of G B Grenda . . .. ... .2014211 80 r 4 13
part of S Fernandez grant nw% .. . .. . 28 13,221, 1 80 5 06 .Y? .. ... .. se'l of nwa . . ... ... ...20141211 40 1 92 5
and lots 1 and 2 of see 21 R A Carlton.. . . .. wip of sei4.. . . . J1322I! / 80 2 60 :Munroe Bros sth of sw% . .. . ..I21UI21r) 80 339
and
and lot 1 see 28 secs n and 2813 21 11.52 4 58 William Nottage. .. . lots BCD and I lot 2 blk 11..28 Jane McDonald.. e% of se3I4. .. .. .. . l14IUI 1 80 596 '
-- Eelen J Nichols.. .. .. .., lots 62 10 and 11 J H Camp- Sparr.. . .. . .. 2813122 I I Z 90 John Blackshare.McIntosh. .. .. .. sei4 of nw% : .. .. . ( % 65
bell's sur of e part of S Fer- Mrs V M Smith.. .. .. . ne'4 ot nei4 .. . . 29 1312 1 40 2 60 Mrs E L Snowden.. . . wh of n1,4 of se'4 of sei4 ... 2214'211' 45 1 01
nandez grant and lots 1 and .I John Hall. . S. S swJ,4 of se% .. . .. .. .. 29 131221 40 2 60 Morris ? ? nwi; of ne1,4.. .. .,. . 2314121, 40 2 66
2 of see U and lot 1 of see W W Caldwell. . .. com 13.58 chs w of ne cor. .. / Burney.. ? ? .. com 1504 ft e of nw cor' of nei4 2414 21
28 sees 21 and.. ... ... 281321 H.17 3 50'R thence s 19.15 chs w 10,46 thence e 316 tt s 20 cbs w 376

A Boyd. ... ... ... .. lot 64 J H Campbell's sur of e chs n 19.15 cbs e 10.46 cbs I 20 3 20 Mrs M E ft n 20 chs. .. ... ... ... 11 2 ::8
part of S. Fernandez grant J S Harvey . .. ... ... e% of nw2 and nit of sw14 3013:22: 115 9 06 NIx. :. ... ..... com 8 yds n of se>% ot nw'4 f
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and lots 1 and 2 of see 21 I J S Harvey for 1903 . .. e% of nwl,4 and n% ot swJ,4 301322! 115 9 06 of ne1,4... .... ... ..... .2614 21
and lot 1 of see 28 sees 21 R L Carlton .. .. .. .. e1h of ne'4. .. .. . .. 33113'22' 80 3 68 thence n 140 Yds W 140 yds
: : and ... ... .... ....... 2813 21 11 3 50 I Unknown... .. .? .. 3.72 chs n and s by 1.75 chs e r 8 70 Yds e 34 yds se 106 2.3

n.A Doyd. .. .. .... ... lot 6t J H Campbell's sur of e i and winne car of nwl,4. 3 1 68 Irs L Barst. . ... sw da to p 0 b. ... .. .. ...... %.!! 3 SS
"t.Ll} \u.i-&i..tlL.: ..I.I :; ; part Of S Fernandez grant i William Duckett.. .. .. .. e% of ne14. .. .. .. .. 3411322! 80 3 68 Davis . .. i4 of ne% . .. ... . 2614 21 40 2 29
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-_ ,, -4 :' 1.._.4....... and lots 1 and Z of seo 21 I I Nancy Gary. . ? wip of neu4 .. . .. . 34113221; 80 4 16 Unknown .. .. ... ....... ,... ew 4 of sw4. .. .. .. .. .26,1421! 40 2 29
"_!I' ? ne' of sw%, . . . .26114121! 40 2 29
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.1131141231 481 1 65 S M Weathers. . nw4 of
.1M' Davis Murrell . . .. sell of se% . . . . 21 40 2 29 D H Hull. . . . . nw4 ot nw4 . .. . .1181141231! 40. 2 29 ne'l ex se' of nw4 I I
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James Brown . . .. ot 30 198
n% nwi/4 of ne4. .. . 2814,21 20 1 63 .. : .
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n1a swi4 . . . 80 2 29 Austin Robinson. . se of of 271520
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R S Estelle. .. . . wlA: ot sw4. . . . .2814121 80 3 03 J D Bassett .. .. .. .. n1h of nw'. . . . 2014,231,: 80 192 Mrs S M Weathers .. .?. .lne'4 of nes. 10 1 68 wj
i Unknown. .. . . . sw4 of nw i of ne'4. . 28'141211 10 1 31 HuUom Jones. . . ..s' of nwL4 and % . .?., H231! 398 5 96 I lots nw4 and w14 of nw1" I I I b.
e. Mrs J K Steuart. .. . se4 of se4 .. : . . . 2814:211: 40 1 63 Unknown. . . . .. se% . . . . . \ 320 6 33 S 1 I Weathers.. . .. . ex of 4 and lot 5 bilk 1 ,-7,1x.201, 110 5 66
McCrae . . . ? ,IW': se',4 ex blk 35 York 215 201 70 3 62 -
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n'!: ne'4 and ne4 of nw4 2914'21 120 4 76 Gibson and . ,
; Quarles n1,4 of lot 12 and s4 Jots 131 I I Nora Anderson. . .. \
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se14 se14' ..28115:201; : 20 1 68
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John Wesley of
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. . .I24IH 231 124 369 Nora Anderson for 190a .
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J Cartine. . .. .: . ne14 of ne% . . . .. 30141211 40 2 60 D IcLauren. . . . 11 2-3 acres on sth of lot 8..125IHI23111.66 119 Lowell S"Ddicate. . . .ine%, and n' of se14. and 8'15201; :0 1 68
Mrs J Stafford. . .. .. s' of nlA and sw4 and n1 of I I D Mc1auren. .. .. . . sth lot 11 ex 2 acres on nw cor1251423{ 38 1 68 of nW1,4 and nw14 of se4 I
sei/4 . . .. . .32,14.1 400 13 67 Barn Bros. . . . lots 2 and 3 blk 2 sub of e' 30'14123' 20 119 and 1/ne4 sw'4 I
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:Dora Daniels. . . .. ne4 of sw4. . . . 3311421! 40 2 17 I se 15,21520, 400 21 53 -
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Jacob Fennell. . . lots 31 and 32 Custer's ad to I William Cuthill . . .. se?; of ne4 . . . ..34 15'20
Unknown. . . .. .. ne4 of se% . .. . . 3311421! 40 2 60 I .0 250
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.. Springs. . . 3114123! 1 49 Lewis. . . ". n% of w' of sw%, .. . .36'1520' \ 30
r W M Lever Sr. . . nw' of ne' . . . . 311412lf! 40 3 21 Unknown . .. . . .lot, 3 blk 5 Paradise..3214231! 10 82 Spencer Bostic .. .. .nlA of se or . 114 a
J K Steuart. ? . . w',8 of nw;. . . . 341141211! 80 5 05 : sw% .3615,20, 10 1 53
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ne4 w* nw4 and se'4 I McCall. . . .. ..!
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Waters. . . . I sw'4. 3615 20 30 114
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ne14 of nw% . . 35'14211! 40 155
? of nw4 and w* of' se4. 3314 23 360 8 10 Henning L and I Co. . .'.sw4 of sw4. . .. . .. 115 21 40 260
r Sarah Bowman. . . 6.32 chs sq in ne cor of nw4 1 1 J W Eagan. .. .. .. of of Dan Paufl .
wlA sw4 sw4 . . 341423: 22 1 55 . .. ... ... 70 ys a and w by 140 yds n and .
;,. of sw4 . . . .. . 3M41211! 4 1 38 Mrs J T Shamrock. . .. lot 2 Grahamville sees 35 and 36 4 82 s in of
George Washington . 170 yds nand 8 by 140 yds e I I It G W Mills . . . .''lot 31 and w' lot 32 Grah3.m- 14/231/ I Floyd Summers. . . sw,4 of ne se cot%. .seil4. .of. .sW14. 1115n 11521:;: to 2 153 3 20

and w In se cor of ne4 of i isw4. .. vine sees 35 and. . . .361423; 1 14.86 5 35 Unknown. . . . .. ..s'4 of se' .. . . .. ;
: . . . . . 36114 211( 2 1 61 E L Haggard .. . . w' of swill . . . .. 1141241 80 1 38 Unknown . . . ... nw4 of neu4 . .. . ... 5115211!; 80 40 2 389 60
t Lucinda Richardson. . 4.47 chs sq In sw cor of nw14 I ( Unkno.wn. . . . .. lots 1017. . . . . 80 2 29 Mrs J Stafford. ... .. .. .. je're of nw1.4 and of :
: of sw1.4. . . . 361421I 2 1 88 A D Baldwin. . . . 1 acre sq in se cor lot 2..r. 714 241( 1 1 01 Henry Reynolds. ... . .In* of ne14 of sw ne14. .sw14. 5115:21: ( 120 4 7!
'-. 0 C James. .. . .? .. se4 of sw4 . . . 36114 211 40 2 29 Unknown . . . . .n% of ne4, and elA of se4 ..11 14124160 4 13 J G Goss. ... .. .. .. .!ne4 of ne4. . .%. . .. .. 615121f'! 20 1 53
" R. L James. .. . . . nw14 of self ex 2 acres In nel I 1 1j Benton Bradshaw and CO . sw'/4 of stv'; . . . .15114124/ 40 82 Kate }{oon. . .. . ..sw14 of nw% . . . ; 40 247
j cor . . . . 36 Ui211 38 1 85 H Hutchens. . . . nw1.4 of sw4 of ne% .. .16,141241, 20 119 W W rcCully .. .. ... ne4 of 8eJA ex 1a In ,,9115i211{ 40 217
HI Sherouse . .. . s' of se 1of nel/ . . 21141221' 20 101 Unkno\\'Il. . . . . n' of nel . . . . .161141241 80 2 29 con andsei4 of acres sel', I
Louis L Russell. . . of 5 . 2114221 35 1 92 E E Perkins. . . se'44 ex !
ne'4 ntvi4 ex acres "Is! % lot 15. . . . . 8I1424I I 20 101 acres. . . . 17\\ I
E Weatherley. . . nw?; ot nw4. . . . .1! 2141221! 40 192 D McLaurin. . .. . ne'/4 of nw'4 and 3 acres In sw I C Y 1IiBer. .. ... . j of se4 of 911521 48" 2&
J A Brown .. . . . .l1chsnandsonnsldeofnw! 1 I I corofnwofne% . .1914124! I 43 259 .iw and e1, of nw4 of se4' I jsei'
.' of . . . 22 222 Mills and . .. sw4 of nw;. of I
14 sw% .I 2114221} 1 Quarles wth of nw4 . . . .19114241;, 80 2 66 . . . . .
J C Howell. . .. . ... n' of se1" of sw4 and s'4 ofl! I I 1 1nel4 Heirs of 1t R Bridges. . nw .. . . . . . .i20i142-11. ; 160 3 76 Unknown. . ... .. . 10 chs nand s by 15 chs 9'15211 10 -.1.0
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of s\\ % . . . .121141221 s ( 30 1 85Mrs Miss L B S Randall. . wilt of ne'4 and sw14 and \ w in e (
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Ej.S Sherouse. : . se'4 of nw14 of se4 . .12:14221 I : ; 10 101'LnknfA.n. of se% . . . .elA:1..2114124 I 1 320 3 69 J Carsteins.( .. .. ..1ney of se cor and ne4 of of se4 915211 1 8-:: a
. .. . . .IXe iof nw?+ of se1" . .. 21U221! ( 10 101 J A Lincoln. . . . lot 15 sub of lot 22 sub of swl 1 ne'4 elA: ne4 of I 1
I I nw4 . . . . 1115,21
60 3 20
Mrs Sallie Ellison. ? . 7.50 chs nand s by 5 chs e I I I I v,; of se% . . . .122,141241, 12 94 Taylor Spragins. .. ... .IWJ. !! of self of of
and w In sw cor. . . 141221, 4 4 48 I Unknown. . . . . .sev . . . . . .12611424! 160 2 29 J D Barnett. . ... .. 'hs e and w nw',4 by 12.24 sea. .1111521! I 5 131
-\J:A Ereman. . . .. ?'com 40 rds W ot ne cor of sw I 1 P T Randall. . . . .1e', ot sei4 and sw4 of .12Si14124; 120 2 66 1 .j'7..8 and s in ne chs I

;4. . . . . .4,14221 Geo II Killing. . . .110t8 31 and 32 sub of ntv14. 281141241 10 82 J L Smoak. .. .. .. ."com ..74 chs w of cor se of cor ne1 of 121521, 9.50 2 47
thence s 462'; ft w 660 it 51 1 J L Biodgett. . . of . ne
.Inw ne1" .3111424I 40 119 ; 4 of nel . . . . 12 1521!
660 ft e 660 it n 355' it e toIt 1 Fleming and Fleming..se's of nw'l . . . .I3111424! 80 1 921 I I I' { : .. thence n 20 chs w 5.42 chs.
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R n with R R to % mile! 1 Miss L B S Randall : . ne'. and se U4 of sw'/4 and net j I I i I I. : ., : t ; s 4.'iS chs w 6.33 chs s 7.35
line w to P 0 b. . . .1 I I .1 15 5 63 44 of se% . . . .132114124J! 240 2 96 I j ; 4 .. 1. .i.: I c'hs e 6.33 chs s 7.90 chs
C 1V Smith.. . ;. .:com at int sec of w line of 3rdj; R S Hall. . . .. . .{w' of self and se14 of se .132114i241! 120 2 66'L'nknown. J I 5.49: chs to P 0 b. . .e.
1 street Anthony with s line 1 1 . . . . J Carsteins . I 15 5 96
I ..sel} of sand nw14 of se'4 351141241! 80 2 29 ; 1. .IWt, of ne 4. . . . :
\1 I of se14. . . . . 4141221{ Unknown. . . . ne/, . . . . .36114:241! :, 160 3 39. Francis 1Cright.. . . .Isw14 of nW . . . ..12:15211!; 80 368
\ thence n to n line of said! I I I Ii Unknown. . .. . . s' of 5th. .I \ 160 321 Francis Wright for 1903. jSw of nw?-.1211521. 40 4 76

\ I se'4 w to e line of R R sel! I I I.A .Unknown . . . .. n.z of sw14 and slit of sl: exl! I I James H Carey. . . ,self of se 4. . . . ..12115121! 40 40 (76
: '\. I with R R to bdy e to p 0 bI! I \ 1 91 16 95 10 acres. . . . .14141251 I 240 5 16 E Wloody.. . .. . "IW 4 of ne'4 of nwl4 . ( 2 60
1} l Smith . ?. .. s1h of 8\\4 of nw?; and nwl! 1 William A Cole.. . . lots 13 and 14 sub of neu4 of' I 1 1 E W :Moody. . . ..nw14 of nwi'. . . 13115/211. /s 10 1 10

I I.4 of 40fnw .. .1 5,141221 I se'i . . . . . ; 15 1 12 Rheinauer and Co. . 9.78 chs E' and w br 10.22 chs 40 174
k A iefar. . . . ? & chs e and w by 10 chs n and I I I 3018)1 J Lincoln. . . . lot 1 sub of sw of sw;. ..15:14251: 64 n and s in ne con of .. I
sin se cor. . . .15141221! .. Unknown. . ... .. . . of ne14 and ne' of sw4 1 1 1I 51 Unknown. . . . 1 10.22 chs s of nw se4.of 13115211! 10 1 83
L own. . . . .. s& .icom, cor I I 1
.4 acres on w side of se'44 of I '
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, I \ I! and w' of sw14 . .125 14'251 3 69 ne'. of se's . . . .13115211! !
1 4 of self . . . .I 5.14. 22T! 4 112 T Thomas ... . . .tfract.{ . . . . . 21141261' 21 1 01 ; thence n 269 ft e 320 ft s 269
': J A Day. .. .. . . sw1.4 of se4 of se% . .I 5114122! 10 82 T Thomas . . . n' of ne'4 and 7-10 of se4 of/ I I Ine'4 ft w 320 ft. . . . I I
I RG 1'eal. . .. . . .su4 of nw4 . . . .1 6114'221' 33 339 of nw14. . . .111114241; 148 3 51 Chas Y Miller. . .. . .... .. of se4 of se% ands of J 2 1 78
, ;, L Green. . . ... n' of ne'4 of sw'4 and nW?41 1' I I F Thomas. ... .. . .' nlh ex 30 acres on I I 1 !i ne ,, of se 4 and w' of se?, / 1 120
ofnofse? . . 6'14:221: 25 626 side . . . . .51 12:141261: 135 3 02 Floyd Summers. . . ..!e : of se14 of nw;. . . 13115/211; 20 3 76
", B R Strlplmg. .. . .. ...se lf of ne'4 of sw'4 and sw\\ I I I A K and W C McGaskell. :-:. ne4 of sw14 and lot 3 ex 161! I I 1 1I Henning L and I Co. .... .s14: of sw;. . . . . 15115:211: 80 2 110 60
I of nw14 of se? . .1 1 6,14',221,, ', 30 269 I acres on s side. . . .112,14J26r, 96 4 43 Unknown. . .... .. .lna4 of w'E of e% of nwl4181521. -
Day and Goodwin. . sei4 of SW4 of n"4 of sw .1 I 1 1 R M of se%, . . . .1221141161 40 192 Unknown. . ... .. :e' of nw14 and s34 of w' 30 1 H

of se;; . . . . 6,14221, ; 49.51 3 69 James ., of s,, % . . . . 14261! 80, 2 29 I w1h. . . . . .otl 15,21, J 200 7 21
Mrs Sallie Ellison . .. sw14 of ne14 and 30 rds e and I I I Dillon Long. . . . 13.68 chs nand s on s side of! I C I Grace. . .. .. . ..sw% . . . . . 160 476
w on w side of sel44 of ne4} 1 I I IR ne,4 of sw%, . . . 2614126, I 2i\ 1 49 J D Clary. . . . n 'of s '4 of swU4of ne'44 2315121! 5 67

and 37.88 rds nand s bYI I I R 11 Long . . . 90 yds e and W' by 140 yds n 1 Ia Irs R G Daniel. : .. . ..ne14 of nel,4 of nw1/. . . 231151211! 10 1 31
:9.50 rds e and w in ne con! 1 I ..: ,,' and s in nw cor of ne? of. I Unknown. . . .. . swill of Perpell grant. . .. ; 170 1767
of ne'4 and all of e' of swi I ttli sw;. . . . . ...261426 I 2.60 1 24 Mrs Augusta Bugbee.. . com at sw cot of self of ne14126//15121/{ /
W ot branch . . ..1.71141221298\ Joseph Stenedle. . .. . lots 9 and 10 blk 94 Grant I 1 thence e 16.87 chs ne with! \
'Vnknown. . . .. ..s'g 0 se?; of nw'; . . 7114221! 20 1 55J Park secs 7 and. . . 18115 181 66 public road 5.81 chs w 17.391 I I I
D Baskin. . . ; of se'( . . . 71HI221! 40 3 3.9
ne14 Ed Sandford. .. . . lots 1 to 20 inc blk 132 Grant 1 1 chs s 5.80 chs .
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G Priest. .. . . . .. sw'4 of self of se'/, . .. 71HI221! 10 101 Park sees 7 and. . . 18115181 1 37 Jones Bitting. .. . . . . . r I 10 6 66
Mrs Sallie Ellison. . . wth of nwi4 . . . .. 8H221: ; 80 4 68 C II Hargraves. . . s'of sw4 of nw; . .. 10115 18r 20 1 10 George Marsteller. . ... lots 8 9 14 15 16.17.18 23 sub.2715,21 160 691
E 1owell. . .. . ..nw'4 of sWI.4 and ne4 ot se141 1 81141221! 80 5 05 Unkno\\'Il. . . . . nw14 of sw% . . . ,13115181 40 2 29Unknown. of sw4 and nlA of nw4 sees I I

Mrs Kate Meadows. .. . com 4.50 c'hs w of ne cor of swl I I t . . . . W2 of sei . . . ...13115 181 80 3 39 :1 and . . . . .1341151211! 80
1/4 of se4. . . . .1 814:221! : Unknown. . . . ne4 of se' . . . .141151181\. 40 229W Mary J Bitting. . . . se 4 of se4 .. . . .127115'211! 40 S 3 16 03
thence w 4.50 chs s 12.S8 chsl I I Zetrouer . . . nw14 of ne4 and ne'4 of nw'4 15:151181: 80 3 68 Unknown. . . .. e're of se% . . . .1!281151211! ) 80 2 60
e 4.;;(r cOos t1 12.FS: 'he. . .1'[ 5.80 1 72 A R Starling. . . sw % of ne 4 and sev4 of nw1151151181 80 3 89 W P 1Vilson. . .. .. .. . seu4 . . . .. . .1291151211! [ 160 1 t3
N F Pre'eton. . . . .iW1f. of nwH of nw14 of n\V ,4I 1 9H'221; 5 1 92 . . Unknown . . . .
Unkno'vn. . . wvZ of sw4. . .. .15115181 80 3 25William eof ne1,4. . . . .: ; 80 368
/ Eleanor Williams. . . com no yds sand 70 yds e ofl 1 I 1 Chancellor trustee nw?. . . . . .. 18 160 5 62 Hennin L and I Co .. .. n e,4 of sef . . . .130,151211!:30I1521T, 40 217
nw cor of nw14 of ne14..1 9114'22' C H Hargraves. :. .. ... nel/4 . . . . .. .121115118 160 562 J T Gnggs. . .. .. .. .. ..nw4 of se'/4 and e' of 8w1 I 1 1
thence s 35 yds e 36 yds n 35'' I I 1 C H Hargraves. . . sw'4 of net/ . . . .12411511Sr 40 2 17 of sell, . . . .13015121I'! 60 204
yds W 35 yds. . . 1 I 50 2 58 Timothy Peterson..w of neV. and nw'4 of se4 30115181! 80 3 89 Dan Nelson . . . sWl4 of ne'4 and sev4 of : :
nw'4331521;
Yrs Same ElUsOD. .. .. .. com 45 ft 8 and 216 tt w of ne I'I I Heirs of S .A Register. .. e1h of self . . . .301151151! 80 303W J Carsteins.. . . . ne14 of ne'4 and slA of nw14! I 1 SO 3 89
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cor ot se1.4 ot nw' . .1. 91422! ; ; I Hobbs. . . . sw'4 ofnw4 and nw14 of .1311151181. 85 3 25Abbie I I ,@ Y of neli . :. . 3S15'211! ; 60 I 3 9S
thence w 420 ft s 210 ft e 420 \ I r rft R Dodge. . . lots 20 21 blk 50 Parkersburg) 1secs 1 Florida West Coast Imp Co. nw .ot nw14 und ?4 Int. . .
n 210 ft. . . . I t 2 3 49 32 and. . . . .'!331515 r S8 William Pendleton . .. .lots 3 and 5 sub of Waldo'! 1 I x-1)) 20 2 17
Salem Brown. .. ... .. .. com 20 ft wand 30 ft s of ne 1 I I F T Cullens . . . .lot 24 blk 50 Parkersburg secsl) place, 'ecs 35 and. . I I
x 1. con of sw14. . .. 9:14'221: I a"2_ and. . . . .1.UUj.1.1"H;, ,I S6 J 'J.f Poller. . . . lots e a_ _12_ and_ _lots 1" less Ij.1361521(I, : 1 60 721
thence w 220 ft s 392 2 ft e I I I Abbie R DOdge. . . lot blk 58 Parkersburg recd acre on e end and 13 acres\ I
220 ft n 39014: ft. . . .. 1 i I Ii 2 3 49Duh 32 and . . . . .1331518! I 67 on e side lot 6 and s 4 of I I -
.\ Clark... ... .. .. .. .. n 4of nett of swtt of self ex i J 1 S :M Davis. . . . lots 23 24 blk 41 and lots 231 lot 17 sub of Waldo t r
1 acre . . .. . .19H221! 4 149 t I placer I. L
and 24! bk! 52 and lots 13 secs 35 and. . ; . ...152ir! 194 14 27
John 0 { . . . ..1 .
of settthence 9141; 68 and Jot 16 blk 1, and! I I I of Waldo place sees 35 and 361521! 37 2 47 .
::1 w 112 yds s 112 T| I I I lots 16 18 19 20( blk SG secs' J I : Sophia Lehman. ... ... 2 acres in sq in nw cor of lot'1' I i, 1

'1 e112ydsn112yds. .1. I I 12.50 22S f 32 and . . . . .;133h.181! I.: 1 R L . ... com at int sec of Oakland av- i I I I Abbie R Dodge..4. lots Ii 19 20 23 sub of e' ..:33'15:181' ; : 2 17 .,.. . .. .50 acres in sw. cor of lot 171 I I
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enue and 3rd street Anthony I S M Davis Co..... .. . s's -2 of ne'4 of ne . :: .'135115:1S1: :401! 131 scs 35 and . . . .J3911! .21f 2.50 161
1 thence w COO ft n 290 ft e 300 I 1 t S M Davis Co... .. .. . n% of nlf and se'of ne141: I '; I Mrs S: M Martin. : .- .. .. lots 21 24 25 sub of Waldo: i .

1 ft s 290 ft. .. . . .. 914122: 255 I and net, of S-2Ii. . . .!36:151lSl: 246 I' 51 place sees 35 and. . . .'!$6'1S'21 I'! SO 5 06 t
:Jary E .math. .. ... .. com 18 rds and 11 lks n and I I I Evans Brooks .. .. .. .. .com31 v..itsofnwcorore? 1 ;I ) I W W Spann. . . . .lot 3 blk 8 Silver Springs. .! 115'22otp ] .0;. 88
1 'f 6.7S rds w of se cor of neJ4 t I / of ei ... . . . .1111..1191 1 ) I Louis Casminski. .. . 3 and 4 blk 11 Silver i ,{ I
t of nw'. . . . . .. 914'22' !: | thence S 10H ft e HS it nl ; I 1 rrjngs. . . . .1 1115.221. 250
1 1 thence w 33.22 rds n 26!: rds i !' 1e I 0 29\ ft w 20g it S 204 it w 2091. I t : Vary, B Harris. ... . 1.50 chs sq In sw cor of lot 3!\ I 1 -

33.22 rds s 26 rds..1. 15.39 25& it. . . . . .1! I I !I 1. 'J 2 64: I blk 14 Silver Springs. ; 1'1522tt I .2.. 97
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l J T Turner. .. .. .. .. .. .. 140 yds n and s by 70; :yds e1. : 1 I'i Joe RODt rts. .., . .. . com 11)41 ft s of nw cor 'of el : 1 Henry Bayer and Son. .. lots 1 and 2 blk 16 Silver .
and w in ne cor of sett .1) 9'14'22; '; | 2 1 12! I 16 of elf. . . . ._ll\15i19\ Springs . . . .!I 115(22! ( : #1131
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: J R Connell .. ... .. 3 acres in sw cor of nett of !! I Ise4. thence s 209 ft e 209! ft n 2091 ; i I Thomas F Corcoran. . nw'4 of sett of nwtt .i i S'15'223'IS1: 1 10! 1 53: !
.t . . . : . 9'1422' ;: !I' 3 64 ft w 209 ,i I 13 2 13 Robert Parish .. .. . 4'0; ft e and w by 660 ft n and 1 1 ;
Mr M E Smith.. .. .. .. lots 56 57 58 Swain's plat Anthony I 1 1. Ed 5ta f&rd. . . .. .. corn :210! ft s of ne cor of se4 i 2415'191: I s in sw cor cf ne'tt of seMI! *_*, 7 I 2 13
} ,. . . . . I I I 6 26 thence n 210 ft.w 3311 ft $ 491 i 1 i Ii Dean and Bell .. . s% of 51,2 ex lots 31 and 3. ; 1601 9 36 :_ .
J D Baskin.. .. ... .. out lot 8 e 493 ft e and w on. I t I, !i. fttoRRewithRRtop. I : P J Eagan. . ... i... lots 31 and 32 sub of nwtt? of 13liI22[ ] I I. f rt

wend Swain's plat Antnony ; 1 6 56 ob. : . . . . .I! I I I' .95 1 54S sw4 . . . . . 3,1522| 19! 161
B R Stripling .. .. .... out lot 10 Swain's plat Anthony I I F Mills..e. 4 of se4 an el.4 of ne4 ex: ; 1 1 P J Eagan for 19C3.. .. .. ..lots 31 and 32 sub of of! I .

.' . . .. . .I 1 1 I .' 6 26 lla re-sinnecor. . \ 59,332 swtt . . . . .I I I 3 Joe Garden... .. .. .. .. .,lots 99 to 103 inc Brokaw I 1 William smith= . . . 3 acres e and w br: 2 acres n'\5115,19\I I \ I Mrs :M L A L=,e. .. .. . 5 chs c and w by 10 chs n and+ I I:
Anthony . . . .adl'. I I I 4 43 and s in nw con of ne14 of ne'' I I sinne cor of swtt of ne 4' :: f 5 -1 40
S P Lamb. .. .. .. .. ... bd on e by 3rd street s I 1 I 1/;.\ . . . . .. .!;(1191' 't 1 1- A A Xa h. .. . ... com 710 chs e of sw cor of se! I I 1
Oakland street w by 2nd I 1 Henry Dupree. .. . . Jot 1 bk 3 Romeo. . . 6:15:19I: : \ 1 as tt of nwtt . . . .1| 5'15'22' f
street n by section line Bro I 1 Levi 1CrearY' .. . lot 2 bk 3 Romeo. . 6(15119( : 1 155 thence n 21.54 chs e 12.S6! chs) I
i kaw's ad Anthony . I 1 9S L T H ndricks. . . . com at sw car of lot :2 b1k 41 I 1.I 1 \ s 21.54 chs w 12.86 chs. .j! I I I 28 3 07
:Mrs E Forbes.. ... .... .. of of nett .. . 10.14'22I; : 20 82 J D .
t .s4 nwtt Romeo . . . . .I fii51199thence : Robertson. .. swi4 of nw 4 and ni of swtt1 4l! -'2!! 120
11 C A Priest. .. .. ... .. .. ..& of sell of nwtt . . 10\1422! 20 1 74 s 27 ft e 95 ft n 27; I D McLaurin. .. .; .. 140 yds sq in ne cor . .1 7il5'22ij 4 3 1 03 31 .
1 J C Howell.. .; ...... 4 chfi: e and w by 10 chs n and! I 1 I ? it w 95 ft. . . . I -I.I 1 24 C H Halls. . -.. ... com at a pt 229 it s of a pt) I
s in se cor of swtt of nwtt'' Millard Powell.. . . lot 3 blk 9 Romeo.- 61l,19i, 1 01 1040 ft w of ne cor thence I ,
't and Sl-. of sett of nwl 4 .U014'22! 24 3 19 Unknown. . .. .. .. w' ot SW14 ex n14 of lot 2, I I w 105ft s 105ft e 103ft: n 105 I
r Heirs of Mrs M F Connell .. nett of swtts .1O141221. I 1 -to" 29 I blk 1 and lots 1 2 3 4 blk 31 1 I ftcom. . . . . . .17115122\\ .25 256
i T J Leitner. .. ... .. . n\> of sett .. . . . ,10114122! SO 4 13 and Jots 1 2 3 4 of blk 4 and' I 1 Edward Spencer.. .. .. .. 100 ft w of ne cor of sw'441 7115221;
J.E Leitner. .. ... .. .e>>4 of w% of sett of self .110141221! 1C 82 I lot 4 blk 6 and lot 1 w', of'I 1 I 1 thence w 200 ft s 200 ft e 200{ I I 1

tU o n. .. .. . . nett of ,swtt ex 10 acres in secor 1 I lot 2 blk 8 and Jot 3 blk 9j I I I ft n 200 ft. . . . I I I 1 2 51
A . . . . ..1131422Mo 1 30 185 and 50 ft e and w on w side 1 1 Unknown... ... . . com 200 ft w of ne cor of sw, }I'1 I
G aham. .... .. .. n1& of sett of nett . . 14114 22 20 192 of nw14 of sw'4 and 4 acres to t 1 1 IRothwell J . . . . . .11115:221:
.'I: H rs of A McGregor. . e% of nwtt of swtt of nw4 1 I . . . J 61151191 61 5 93 thence w 200 ft s 200 ft e 1 t I

I' and s% of self of swtt. .. 14 2214H41221! 25 1 68 R D 1\lurray. .. . .. ne 140tnw14. . . . .. 4& 192 ft n 200 ft. . . .2001 1 1 1 2 51
r ( John VT Pratt. ... .:. .. w'$ of n% of swtt of nw4. 10 119 C H Ha.rgraves. . . nwl4 . . . . ...11115191! 160 6 33 Hubbard. and McDuff. .. . com 178 ft w and 1411 ft w of! 1
A McMullen. .. .. . .. .. slA of swtt of sett of sw144..1414221! 6; 82 C H Hargraves. .. . .. se4 of ne14. . . . .121151191 40 2 60 .' se cot of nett . 7152!' ..,.!
J-: Charles Brown. .. .. .. .. self of swtt of sett. . 14)14122) 10 119 1Jnkno'\\'tl. .. ... .. .. ... ne1" of se14. . . . ..12115191 40 260 thence w 180 ft n 13 '1-7' ft'1 1 J
t. Unknown. .. ... . . nlp of swtt of sett of nw 14114!22 5 82 Unknown. ... .. .. ..nlA: ofsw14. . . . .//14115191 80 413 thence with R R to o b..1| .38 1 78
t: r Henry Smith. .. .. ... e 5-8 of nth of nwtt ex 7 acres \ I 1 J D Robertson. . .. . sw1.i of se4 . . eo. .IH1151191 401 1- 28 I Steven Hodge. . .. .. com 70 VdA -f nw ""p p_ I 715 I :I 22 I
in ne cor and ex 4 acres in| I I ,j l 1- Isaac Bai1es. .. . .. . nwy4 of nw-- nw'4..c.: : : 21115191 1,1( 86 n"I I

se cor. . . . . .11514| '; !22 49 2 52 I Mrs Bertha Gold.. .... .. swv4 of nw1.4 of nw4. . 21 151191 10 U r ft w 105 fa 3 20
Albert Colbert.. .... .. .. self of nett of nwtt ex 4 acresll51422fswtt 6 1 55 C H Hargraves. .. ... w% of sw14 . .. . . 23151191 >iO! 4 13 J D Burnett. .. .. .. .. corn at sw cor of nw4 of nw4 7.1522! ( l
Paw I White... .. .. .. ... of self and sett of sw41 i I 1 C E Sheats.. . . .. . e' of ne14 of neI4. . . ... 191 IS 119 thence n 12.68 chs 8 71 deg!
ex 3 acres . . .. 151422| | 78 3 51 Unknown. .. .. . . .. s% of w* of e% and sib otl I 1 e815cbsa79chsw7.681 I

A Priest.... .. .. .. .. nwtt of nett . . .. .116141221! 40 2 29 swli. .. . . : .124151191! { 200 626 chs" . .. . . .. 1 1 8 4 28
f Renown. ... ... . lot 3 Alerman sub sees 17 andl18. 221 E6 1 92 Johnson and Key.. ... .... e% of e1,2. . . . . 2615191! 161 5 36 David Simonton. ... . wlh lot 2 blk 11 Munden's; sub 7115'221' .60 118
:P Lafferty. .. .. .. . w14 of nwtt and 2 acres ,on w 1 Dutton Phosphate Co.. . swl4 and w3 of se1; ... 261151191! 241265 20 Josephine Hicks. .. .. .. lot 3 blk 10 Munden's sub. 7iI522! ( 118
A side. . . .. . .1814 221 42 1 85 John B Glover. .. .. . se1.4.. . .. . . .. .1301151191! 160 9 C6 Fannie Rubins. .. ... .. lots 6 and 7 Wallace sub. 7115'221' 88 ,
Jones. ..... ....... ... e>* of nett. .. .. . .. ..19114 221 75 4 76 John B Peyton. . .... wia of sw .. . . 42 2 60 Liberia Willia.ms. . .. lot 36. . . . .. .. 71151221! 1 31
turn Jones .. .. ....In w14. .. .. . . .2014221\ 160 7 34 G A Nash. .. . .. sw14 of ne a,, and wt of se 4.311151191 32.151191 1 130 4 76 R B Sternberger... . com 1352 ft n of a. pt 1579 ft I s
H Leitner. ... . ... ,sett of'sett sw14. .... . . .2014 22( 40 1 53 H.M Hampton. .. . .. e* of nw4 and sw14. . 321519{ 260 6 51 e of sw-cor . ..-., 8115122( .,.
sti H Leitner for 1903.. ... .' of swtt.wtt .. ... . .120141221 40 1 53 George Carter. .. . . sw4 of ne'4 ex 5 acres in sw / 1
thence 105 ft 105 ft .1r
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H Leitner. .. .... . ; of seq..121141221! | 40 1 53 cor . . . .. .. 36,15, 19, 35 2 .9: ft 105 ft. . . . 2 43
Jones and Sessler.... .... ett of settjict . .. .. .. 141221 40 2 60 C A Carter. .. .. . .. nw4 of se>s .3615I19: 40 1 68 William Cook. . .. . v w of . .. I 40 153
sw 915,22
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lullom ... ... .. e% of 64 ex 7 acres. 2214221! 113 6 15 Charles Chambers .. .. sw14 of ne14. . . . .. 11151201 I 40 3 68 R Y Lanier 2.gent. .. .. 4 of and s' of swi' 1
ne14 sw4
41'1 i Mary "Webber.... '. ... 2 acres in ne cor of swtt of ne r ri Henrietta liller.. ... .... .1 ne >wof swl,4 and se1 Cof n'2i1520r,! 80 46 5 :. I .
in 91522!
4 115
4. . . . .. .2214221. 2 97 Marion Phosphate Co.. . e' of e1.2 of :ne' . . 7115,201, 80 4.6 C-d Liringston. . .. .. 6.20 ex chs acres nand sw cor.UO; cbs. 17 91
1 ward Spencer.. ..... .. eH of sett of nwtt . . 23I14122Fs 20 1 31 Unknown. ... .. . nwh of sw'4 . . . .. 81151201! 41 2 to .. and In s by : . 1 1 ( 4 1 40(
H Lincoln. .. ... ... .. 6 on e side 23114122' : 74 5 06 Milton Sullivan. . .. e w S'tV cor. 9,15221, -
| % of sett ex acres s'4 of w14 of se4 of sw14. .. 81151201{ 10 1 53 JcserhIne Berry. . . ne'* of ne4 . .. .. . .110iI51221! to Z 17 _
.?'B Halsell.. .. .. .. ... 6 2.3 chs e and w by 10 chs nand I I Irs W W Lind ay.. .. .. ne% of self . . . . 81151201! 40 174 M J Carpenter. .. .. .. nw14 of sw4 . .. ..10'15'221' 40 303
s in nw cor of nett of r rt Clark Ray Johnson Co. ... evz of nwJ,4. . . . ... 911521! ( 8(1 3 68 Caroline Shafer. .. .... ?. e' of self of sev4 of sw4 10 5 1 10
: ne1,4. . . . ., .128114221! '! 6.661 1 70 Unknown. .. .. .. w344 cf SW14 and self of sw4 9'151201 120 4 32 Thomas Sl'.a.fer. . .. .. elA of swI.4 of se1.4 of sw1.4. 15:22:! 5 2 eo .
lark Ray Johnson and Co.. sw 4 of nw1.4. . .. .. .291141221! ( 40 2 17 Rias Roberson.: .. .. ... set4 of seli. . . . .91151201 -40 260 Unknown. .. . ... .. .!!e* of nwi4 ex 2' acres in
L Shaw.. .. .. .. .. nett of nett of ne1,4.. .. 321141221 10 S3S3 J S Mann. .. .. .. . sw4 of s\\1.4. . .. .. ..10\151201\ 4I 217] 'ne cor. . ... . .12.15''I 77.50 6 08
SD Robertson.. .. .. ... swtt of swtt of nwt,4. . 321422! ] ( 10 Willie Sul1ivan. . .. .1140 yds sq in nw cor of se% 101151201! 4 1 U Thomas Clayton for 1903 ... .!aer', ot nw4 . . .. ,11315.2: _2. 40 Z 60
sC Thomas.. ... ... ... .. w%i of nw14 of sw4. .. . 3311412233114J22( 35 2 60 Bias P.oberson. ... . .. .\140 yds e and w by 175 yds n I C J Parker. ... .... .. ...? n'4 of ne1,4 of sw'4 ex 5 acres \ I
'aknown. .. .. S... ... .. se'4 of sett.. . . . : 40r 2 60 and s in se cor. .. . . ..1015120f, t 1 40 I se cor. .. ... .. . .!13 ''I'in 15 2 O'
C Palmer.... ... ... s4 of self of nw14 of nwi4.341422! v 1 31 Abbie Roberson. . .. ..!nw14. . . . . ,12115'201 159 4 16 H Hardy. .. .. ... ..'Jot 4 sub ot nwI,4 . .. .141151221! 5 88
s J 11' Hope. .. ... .. .... Jot: 2 sub of nw14 of sett ?!3414122 5 110'' Clark Ray Johnson Co. .. nev4 01 sw14 and n fof sw 4 f 1 Charles Dalton... .. .. .... Jots 19 22 sub of nw1.4. .. ..11.1151221! 10 1 31
Si Harris... .. ... ... .. lot 3 sub of nwtt of se% . 341141221! | 5 88 I c.. -I..t.1 I of BWl s .. . . .13:15,201: 60 333 Alma Coleman .. ,. . lots 23 24 sub of nw4.,14115122! 10 1 31
: ,W Spann .. .. ... ... ntt of nw14 of sett ... .. . 36J14122! ( 10 1 10 Martha Smith.. .. sei ot nwi of nei . .. 161151201! 10 '1 48 Fred 1Vhittier.. . .. ... com 31.16 w and 20 ft n of Be 1 t
Boyer and Son. .. .. ne14 of self .. . . 361141221 40 2 60 Pernell Blackman.. . sev4 of seU. . . .. 171151201 40 3 32 cot of ne1.4. .. . .. IS ISI,,2 =
A :Martin. .. ...... ... .. lot 13. .. ... ... .. . .. 80 1 92 Martha Smith. . . .. ... se4 of nw14 of ne .. .. 15 201 10 1 38 thence w 4.60 chs n 15.45 cbs
t ..BaldwinHaggard... ... ... .. n% Of lot 4. .. .. . .. 2141231( 30 2 29 James Taylor... .. .. .. .. 11 cbs n and s by 5 cbs e and. 1 e 4.50 chs 8 15.45 cbs. . 1 2 43
!lL'[ ... .. .. .. ... swtt of sett ex 1 acre in sw! I I I 1 w in nw cor of ne4 of nw41815120 5:5' 1 n p H ugent. ....: ...... com 18.06 cbs w and fiO tt n
f. cor and ett sett of swtt of 1seq. t Z E Sheats . .. .. ... nw4 of nw14. .. . .. .. 4 0 1 92 of se cor of ne',4., .. .. .. 1515.21
1 .. . ..... .. ... .. 1114J23( 29 215 John Graham.. .. . .. .... 70 yds e and w on e side of.1915120 t thence n 15.32chs w 13.10chs I III
k 1own. .. ... ... ... .. lot 2 and n>,4 of Jot 3..1% 14123 120 4 13 nw% of ne4. .. . ... 2016 201 6 1 67 15.32 cbs e 11.10 ehs... .. 20 J II
I IF Cllne... ... ... ....... n4 lot 5. .. .. ... ... .. .. ..1214 23 20 1 S5iknowu. W T Hood... .. .. ... .. nw4 of ne4 ex 17 acres: on w( I Mrs L P Pike... . .. ... e* of nw14 and sw'l of sw'4 1
... .. .. . .. ... n% lot 6. .. . .... . ... ..1114 21 39 1 65 sIde. .. .' .. .. .. ..... 115 % .23 3 SS e 15.65 cbs n and S by 1.7i
'known ... ... .. .. ..... lots 10 and 11 ... ..... . ..1114131 160 4 13 Louisa A Garner.. .. .. .. ne14 of se1.4 and e1R of nw4 chs e and w In IJW cor. .. ... 1515 22 1 100 6 U
:" B t win. ... .. .. .. e1.4 of n% of lot 13. .. .. 1214 231 10 1 01 of se'4 and n'4 of ne4 ot swj 01 William Young? .. .. 14.06 cbs n and II by 10 cbs
I3ogtn; ?.. ... .... 165 yds n and s by 146 %.3 yd I I 1 of seli. .. .. .. ..... %115 65 5 15 and winne cor of nw4 0
.f e and w in sw cor of n% oflot Mrs S 11 Weathers .. .. .. e14 of ne14 and ne" of seI211SI201 80. 13 nwt,4. . .. .. .... .. .151522 1& S 01
t 1314 !!I S 131 Mrs S Weath ers. ... ... .. wx of s14 and swlA of net; 22115'20 120 4 13 W W Clyatt... .. ... .. .. bike 1 2 I end lot 1 bilk 3 :'
Bogan.-: .. ... .. .. .... com 165 yds n of sw cor of n1h t Mrs S Y Weathers. ... ... .. sw'4; of nw14 and n2At of sw4 24.124 6 S1 Vogt sub... .. .. .. ...1515 22 11 2 t G =:;:

if: of lot 2. 13 3 I Henry Staggers. ... ... .... rw14 of ne14 and W *of 3e14 I Unknown.. .. ... .. .. lots 12 bilk 4 V 0 gt'II BU b.. ? L51523 10 1 S1! :-.r. .
thence n 165 yds e 146 2-3 of nw14. ... .. .. ... 511.0 60 3 12 I Unknown... .. i',. .... ..... rat 2 bilk 3 Vogt's ergs .. :. ..1515 U 5 81 ;:.
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.-;1 .- yds B 165 yds w 146 %-3 yds i 1 91 Jennie Dra.yton. .. .... .. ne1.4 of se4... .. .. .. .. 2611510 40 1 f3 i A H AUen... ...A.!. ... .! ot 2 bUt 5.Yo s sub." !.5"7 I : ; .,...s; ""' ''-,; .
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J S Berr . .- . + .. w' ot nwi4 and nw 4 of sw22jI523! 120 3 G of e of run und tt Int! 19 161191 33
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e of . .. .! :.:. W T Henderson. . .. .. ne% of mvtt of nwtt e 118
I1W V4 s .. . .. .. : ': 80 2 29 H O Weston
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thence n 15.5 cbs X6.39 cbs I Is :MIss L Y Gary. Mrs it W Brown. .. . wtt of nett and ett of nwttil91619! | | 1601! 11 21
r = I I . . . sw4 of nw . .. : 40 1 of settU916'19! :
15.16 chs w 6.2 chs. .! I 10 14 21 J C Cooper W J Weston. . .. . se4 of nett and ett ; ; 120' 9 06 -

.. . w* of l1e 4of se' .. ... 1515'22 30 2 60 J C Cooper.. . .. . swi4 of ne4 and SW?4 of nw'il 15,231,I I 160 4 85 W J Weston. ". . .. ;sw 4 of swtt! . . ... .t20I161191! 40 181:
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Emma Watson. . . 40 2 60 and n 5W% .. % .. .l2216191| 160!! 780
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1 H I1n11 of cor AIvarez S S Sa\'age. . .. ni .. .. . .1 e-4 of swtt .. . . .. 1 i2316191> ; 80: 2 U
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3.3a chs w )1 M Meffert. ;
.. -5. com 361522 .. .. . ..132i15i231; 2 91 J ;
Lowe. . . .. e1 of ne?4" .
Rosanna .. . . ;, N Cooner. Mrs P T Auston . . ..w2 of nett and ett of nwtti24i619; | | 1601! 486
thence grant.w 5.45 chs n 11.20 cbs R Cooner. . .. .. sei4 of ne%. .. . .. . 34:151231! : 801' 1 7t J M Meffert. .. .. .n'*.tt of mvtt .. . . .'12411619: 401! 13&
. . . Sw4 of nyvi4 and swi4 of swl I It,4 I U' . .36t16191|
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w 6.33 chs n 2.S0 chs e 14.7 R SOl 3 68 H A Carver. . . . 52 of ne% : 801; 339
cbs . . .. .. .135115 231 of sw14 of nwtt ex 4 acres i I

y' chs 9.95 s chs.10.09. .cbs. .w. 3.35. . .s. 15.S 3 80 J S Blodgett. .. .. . sW}4. of nwl. . .. . ... 7115141: 40J 138WACounts. U D .. n&in ne cor, .. . . . ..1361619;!; I| 16 1' lit'

+ sold. . 16115122: 44.58 6 91 .. . . n vi4 ofsw . .. ... .. 7115HI;: 401138 John Harvey. .. .. . n1h of nett of nett and n'ofi! j! I I
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R Y Lanier agent .. lot 2 ex lot 2'16115221' J Carter. . . .. .. neiof nivy . . HI SI1S'21 40; 192 nett of nwtt . . . 116: ;:20| 40 259

R Y Lanier agent. .. . .. com ..28ech14.15chs se n 14.15 cor chs ( G L Long .. . n. .. 7 chs sq in se cor of n' of se I I I I W A Stringer. . . e? of nett of nw}4. . .. 41620| ;; 20' 101 _

13.15 chs s to po b. .. I 19.20 4 58F % . . . .. .. .. 8115241! 51 112 H Mosley.. .. . .. sly of se% . . . . 4ll6i20; ; | 80) 2 58

w lot Henning L and I Co..4 of ne4 . .. .. 9115:241: 401 1 38 Miller. .. . . nw% und tt intsett . . .. 5116.01]( 80 45S
.. . . com 11.05 cbs n of sw cor . 1241 1 38 C Y .
.. : . .. .
}.Iartin. R R Bridges..w% of ne;. . of and sw' of nett I I
nwtt
2. . .. . . . .16115.221 .10j'l 401' Arch Jacobs. . _
6.60 chs P L Bridges.. .. . s' n"4 of ne% of sw; 1 I and ne% of swtt and nwtt I
thence n 8.95 chs 6.60 e chs. ..I) I I 5.90 1 78 \\2 of sw% .. .. . 1011524; 200, 4 43 of se% .121620i( I ; 160 563

s 8.95 chs W cbs 1 William Deas. . . .. 8e .of nei4 . . .. .. ..111151241 401 1 55Htnning L Horne and Co. . .. nett of sett .. . . .'!12116120J; 40 in13S
ntion. . .. . com 6.78 cbs nand 8.41 wi I . .. .. ..111115241! 40 1 38
Fred M of lot 2 .. . .. .11615.22 L and I Co..4 of se4 H C Mosley. ... .. . .se14 of sett .1241620I;! [ 40 -
thence Fe cor w 2.50 chs: n 2.64 chse William Deas . .. .. nw4 of ne1,4. . .. . .121151241! 40 1 38 G Riley and Co. . .. . se}. of nett . . . .13116,21f! 40'' 1 n '

2.50 chs s .64 chs. . .. 5 2ldrs 00 Henning L and I Co. .. .. nett of nett and sett of ne J4 1 I Fred Baker. . .. . . of nett . . . .I\ 16J21'nwtt 39 2 n.

Parthe.. .. .. .. 3Z of 5W 4 of nej of nw4 and s* of nwtt of and se and% I I I Unknown. . . . si of sett of' nw/ and si ofl. I 1
N .
I 181522 15 118 of sett and wtt sett nwtt of sett of nw;. . I 4ll6l2lji 25 198
and nwi, of ne% of nwJ.4. of swtt . . ..12 15 241! 320 6 56 . . ;
.. . . com 210 ft w of se cor of nw I l nett J F Shands. . . . s' of nwtt of sea .1 I 41621| 10 82
Hattie Hampton t4 of sey .. .. ... 1815122thence. I Henning L and I Co. .. nof nett and swtt and of nett f Albert Jacobs. : . . swtt of swtt and 6 acres on s'( I I I
and sett of nwtt re% side of nwtt of 8w14..1 6ll62l! [! 46 31 El17S
198 ft
11 210 ft w s 1 2Mre 43 of sett and wtt of sett and I Unknown. ... .. .. awtt of swtt ex 139 yds sy in j | j
210 tt e 198 ft. . .. .. ett of swtt . . . .113115124 360 7 97 and 6 acres on s side) 6116: 21| 30

M A Walker . . nw4 of nwJ.4 ex nand 660 It in e wd R R Bridges. . .. .. nw?, of swtt and swtt of eel{ I 1 I James Glymp. . . . -tt nw of cor netttt . . . . 81161211 80 312 I
-: w by 330 ft s nw . . . . .. .114 1524! SO! 229 .
tt- . . 91612110il6i2l 80 '
L Horne and Co. . .. of nwtt.- 22S
. . . . 18 25 7 U !
cot 30 Lacy Sims. .. .. .. .. eii of settsett . . . .. .IU15:241! : SO 4 86 Jamea Cribbett. . .. .. itt of sea of ne'4. _. . ; | 10 j Sf'

P'H Nugent .. .. .." sbk of 48 and nw%lot ex 12 lotsbi28 50 I Heirs of H JIuhr. . . of swtt and settK . .116i151241 200 5 05 O H Harvey. . .. . :awtt ex ett of swtt of nw}..Iii6'211H'16'21; : 140 4 13 *

I Co. .. of sett . . . . 15124; SO 2Unknown. 29 . . ;
and ;
W. E. Ocala. .. .. . ..118l16:221; : 39.50111 81 Henning L n; Sandy Williams. . .. . >tt of swtt of nwtt1 ; 201 13.i
.. siE of sett ex 10 acres In nw. 151241 I 1 George Buhl. . . .. ot sub of Todd place. . ..11,16,211; ; 20 138; :
James F Johnston . .. lots 17 to 2t Inc Columbia Citrl181151221' I 2 47 cornett .. . . . . . .18 1 70. 2 59 John R Graham. . . ots 2 to 9 ine sub of Todi!i I| |! t
47
Columbia 2
1903. to 24 Inc City
lots 17
18f 21
F Johnston for .. and stt of swtt18lla24| : 120 3 '
.
.
James R L Bridges. . of swtt place ,1116'21'; 160 13 i 61 $
James F Jobnston. . lots 9 and 10 resurvey Colum 15221 .. . . of nett an swtt of nwtt! i .. 417.42 ft n
I bia City .. .. . 1 83 P L Bridges. a;,2 and sett of| 1 I Meade and Co. . !0!% ft e and w by I :
and wi of swtt I and sin nw cor of s* of nw ;
lots 9 and 19 Columbia I 6 56
s F Johnston for 1903 resurvey .120,15241 240 . . .. .1216 21
James swtt of nyvi4 2 IU,
CIty. . .. . .. 1 83 5 05 I tt
. .. of nett and siof swttJ20il524{ 160! I .. of
I R R Bridges. w4 Unknown. .. .. :opt 30 chs n of sw cor nw j jI
C W Torrey.. .. .. . com 19.54 chs s of nw cor of Tropical Land Co Ltd. .. SW4 of nett . . . .122'152.1/' ; / 40 1 3S ;4. . . . . 12 16 21:1''
. ... .
: I
ne4 .119:15'221: 1
. . . ,, 40 011
1 Wm Deas. . .. .. sr>tt of nwtt I thence e 10.14 chs n 4.49chs -
thence s 420 ft e 210 ft n 420 . . . .'!2215'24: : SO 192 -, !
Heirs of T Muhr. .. . i1}; of r.wtt wcom 10.14 chs s 4.49 chs. 2.46! 1 ffj
ft W 210 ft. .. .. . I 2 2 00 R L Martin . ... .. ..|nw tt of sett . . . !22,15'24': 401 1 19 George Close. . .. .. 45.08 chs e and 13.45; chs!, I I In I -
.
fracu lot 1 1096 ft nand
.
s Wilson Day. . .. ex s Hugh Stanaland . . 1.60 chs n and s by 12 chs e: 'I I I I of sw cor of nwx.(1216211| !' | .
on n end .. .. .. . ..,,2015221 15 2t 90D and w in sw cor lot 6. . .'25'15'2-11 1.221 94 45 Iks 10.08 chs! ,

C Scott. . . . 741953hs Park sub of cbs21115221! : 10 1 40 R S Hall. . . .. .. nW 4 of nett and stt of nett1! 1 I .I s thence 9.43 chs n e 11.14 w chs n 8.48!! I I '7

W T Gary. .. ... .. . .. nand s by 20 I and nof swtt and nwtt of| I '! 1 Ise4 "-, chs e 11.94 chs n 6.57 chs ej;! I 1 I .
e andY in ne car of'se% . . .'30l5'24, 240 6 56 :
. . : 11.57 chs to n bdy of grant sl| I I I
1 Alvarez grant. . . ]115j2Z; : 49.90 4 28 . . . ; ,;, 320 I, 906 ;-
R R Bridges. . .. . n;i . ,,3215,241 with grant to pt e of com wi i I :;
Mrs F R Gary. .. . . 14.52 cbs n and s by 35.05 cbs I 1 I Unknown. .. .. .... nwtt of swtt and ne;. . : 200) 6 91 13 chs. . . . . .Tim I I 20 3 ?

e and w m nw cor of se}' t I Allison. .. .. .. of nwtt and S?2 of swtti I t I .. of High[ I I
Alvarez grant. . .. . .1 11122i; 49.70 751 J X I. ett 936 Lizzie Graham.Matilda .. .- ... 6.37 chs n sw cor I
34152I! | 3201
and sett Julius grant . . . ..113i16',211thence :
Unknown . . . .. .cof 33 ft e of sw cor of.\ i I J of ett of sW 4.35152"1! '
Geo F cur n 14 deg w 6.33 chsl| I
grant. 'n 7.i7' thence e 10.84 chs s 49 degl I I I I w 7.90 chs 14 deg e 6.33' I

thence a 14.14 chs hs'li+ 1 50 min e 6.50 chs s 36 chs wi| I I I chs e 7.90 chs..I I I 5 2 :
W 14.14 cbs s 26 lks e :1.18 I !
51.21 chs 3.18 chs 15 chs n 40 chs to p o b..1 I I I 571 3 SO Smith. .. .. .. 174 1-3 yds n and s by 3713dsl) I I I .
". W s 5.601 Florida Syndicate Ltd. . wtt of nex sett of swtt! I e and w in se cor of SW?. .!1316:211'! : 14 2 6!
. .. .
.. com cbs 33 to ft p 0 of b. 5.60 cbs 1522 I 9.60 8 11 of nw 4 . . . . .1 I Isett 1116181] 70 333 JI Douglass. .. . .. n2 of nett and swtt of nett14ll6'21lsett [ ; 120 413

., ; of e of a A pt ..n. Alic McNeal . .. .. of nwtt and ett of swtti i 216ilS; 120 46 H W Douglass. .. . of nett . . . .I14i16'211! 40 29;

.. thence sw cor 3.18 chs grant.1.21 chs I W W Clyatt Trustee. .. n?: . . . . . .1/ 316118: \ 320 17 73 John Holden. . . ;. 25 }{ I I jswtt :
\, j. e n 1 Alic McNeal . .. .. se4 of .sett . . . I 31161181 40 2 17 .j1516211; I! | 25 2)8
w .18 cbs s 1..1 chs .. .80 7 81 i I
: . lot K Caldwell's sub I C V MillerS . .. . .. 1W?4 and swtt of ne'4 and ntt I I i W C Durey. . . .. .. nwtt se ;: ;,. 160

L Spiro. '. . . of A grant. . sw. .part. .. 1 10 2 90 of sett and sett of sett 416118! : 320 11 I 51 I Henning L and I Co. .. .. nett of seV4 and swtt of settl) t I i i

wof and M Davis. . . . nil of sett and swtt of setttt 5161SF! 120 3 I 68 and sett of sw% . . .12216211! !! '! 120! 471-

J B Brooks. . .. sw4 .sw4.. .. .wiiof. . se4. ..ofl 22,15221, 1 100 506 S M Davis for 1903. J1 of sett and swtt of sett 1 51161181| | 120 3 1 68 C A Miller. . . .. .. n tt of sett of sett . . 24J16121nwtt ', : 20
: .: ; . . . . . .1 6116'18! 156 5 1 62 1
A J Markham. . >W4. Henning L and I Co. . .. of ntt of swtt and swtt i I
of of .. .. .
n}: nei4 sw'/ 20 1 31 I
.
: E P Axtell.. ... ? S M Davis. . . . .ryi: of ne?4. . . . ., 6116118! : 40 1 1 53 of swtt . . . .t26116'21, 280 4 u:

George Small... . .. ..sv4 of sw of%s\V and% and nof n2 swu of se of'1 I S M Davis for 1903. .. w1h of nettswtt . . . .. 6116118! 40 153 I Henning L and I Co. . all of ex wiz of sW';. . .:i27'1621! | 560 Uf,

se% ... . .. . .12411522, 65 4 28i S M Davis. .. .. .. of nett and n%-of sett I 1 r : Anderson Grady. . . .. sett of nettstt . . . '30iI6 21r! 40 2 uf
of and of nw% and ne% of nwttl 711611S1! 100 3 98 ABc Wise . .. ,. . of swttsett . . . 30il612ir! 80 3 at"
% ne4
52 ne ex si4of1 1 1
Henry McIntyre. .. se'/ of nei4 of ne4. .. 1261151221 I 115 4 131 S M Davis for 1903. . . wl.4 of nett and nth of settl I 1 Jesse Ruth . . . of se% . . . | 40 1 -

.. "' :- .. ? of nwtt and nett of nwtt.! 716'18f| 100 3 98 Dora Asia. . .. . sett of sett . . . .136161211: 80 19,.

,_- W B Robinson. .. .. nz.t2615221) 20 1 21 S M Davis . . .. .. "12 and nwtt of nett ex lot inl I I j I Maggie Howell. . . 3 chs n and s by 12.90 chs I I _
lots 5 7 8 10 11 blk 9
; = C DuBoys. .. .. Monta.I\ I I I DeWitt Park. . . S116J1SJ 360 9 36 and w in nw cor of swttswtt .ell 31161221: : 4 litallie
. . . . 4 85
. . lot gue.1 blk B :Montague. .. ..26115122 126115221; 66 S M Davis for 1903 .. ... ..a & and nw;. of ne% ex lot inl! I j I fBeWitt I I > M McKay. . . of nwtt of nw% . .1 i\ 4'16122! 10 11M;

J C DuBoys. .. . lots 5 to 12 inc blk B Montague Park. . . .1! 81B18| | 360 9 36 X S. S Crass : .. .. .. .. n2 of nwtt of nwtt . 4!16122: 19 13,
3 C DuBoys.. . .. . .. . . . .I I 9161181: 40 153 ? . !
. . . . . .615.9.1 I I 1 57 G T Allgood. nett of swtt Sallie+ M McKay. .. .. ..... nei of swtt. . / 4116'22! 40 is
.. . lots l 1 to 12 inc blk Clots 5 to I Alic McNeal. . .. .. .sett of nwtt and ett .. . lO'iejlSJwtt : 360 15 52 Sallie M McKa y. .. .. n% of nett and ntt of swtt'' I I I
J C DuBoys .. 12 Inc blk D : I I C A Nary . . .. of nett .11I16151| ': SO 5 62 of nett . . . . .1! 516221' ;; 100 U

Montague.,26'151221, 7 19'C of . . . .Ull6jl8! | SO 3 S9i . . . 40, 2
.. ... .. lots 1 2 3 4 8 9 1112 13 14 blkl I 1 IF Alic .. nwtt : WT Ashford. ..: .. .. mvtt flf sw% .1 1 5'16'22i|
DuBoys. and all of blk H Montague26iI5,221; I, 11 29 First National Bk of Fla Agt blk 2 and lots 6 7 16 blk 6 and! I | 1 James Cribbett. . . com 30 chs s 52 deg 30 min w| I r

.. .. . lots 12 3 4 5 6 blk G 1ontague:26iI5i22: 2 80 lots 10 and 11 blk 7 and lot! I 1 I of a pt 27.72 chs n 16 deg 55! / I I
: DuBoys. 8 bof of ne! I I Hyjulius1grant I
blk 12 swtt
.. lots 12 blk U: su min w of se cor of :
Bailey. . Montague..12615'22iJ ; 86 '
J .121161S1! 60 il 04
. .. .. . lots 3 to blk :M :Montague26115:22; : 8 94 4' tps 15 and..I| l6'22: !
DuBo.s.. .. .. all of bik 12 V \V :Montague. 3515! 221 7.46 8 64V' S M Davis .. .. .. .. i1' of nwtt . . . 118161181! : SO! 2 60 thence n 16 deg 15 fin w; I I I !

T vC Moore. . . lot 3 Bailey sub S2, of se42715,221{ 51/ 83 W W Clyatt. .. . .. ;;W 4 of se?, . . . ..11816:181IO! : 1 53 28.76 chs s 52 deg w 2S.66: I ; 1 r
\ :M Richardson. ; .. .. .. ett of 'swtt of ne?4 and nwttl! t I I I 16 15 min :28.75 1 i
Bailey. . .. . lots la Iii Bailey sub sis : ofl (I. i r Z C Chambliss. .. chs s deg e
T C se4. . . . . .,2.115221 1 S3 of swtt of nett and nett of i T I chs n 52 deg 30 min e 28.66! I :
. of of and ; I nwtt of sett . . .22l61S! | 40, 29') chstopob. . . .j i : 8011
sj
ne'4 J1e sei I
'. firs E M Bailey.. of nei4 and sei4 ex lot old 27115221,! ;!, 20at 9 36II S1 Davis .. .. . .. W3 of nn of ne?; and ei ofi I j I 1 I j, Annle\1: Perry.. _.. .. .. .10ts9101213U162128Dunn1 1 I 1
of . . . .i.2716'1S:' {' 1201! 3 95 :
n'i nw?. Brown Taylor sub of Hyju-
Waddington.. .. .. .. com 2-1 chs 11 of sw cor. . 2.115:221, : .
thence 12.S6 cbs 8 chsl t S M Davis for 1903..w of nv> of ne?4 and e% of T f I leus grant 1-3 int tps 15 andl! 16:22i/ 64 3
e n I i I Iw
12.S6 cbs s 8 chs. . .;: '> ni i of nwtt . . . .!27il618! 1201 398 Mrs E C Eagan- . . ,lots 10 11 Brown and Dyals!! I !: : I
I 1 1 1r. 10 0 <:W of nw;. . . . .!132,16'IS! 10.50! ln: 15! : i '
. . .. S'of ne?} s of R R ex 51 1- Unknown . . . .. 4 < sub of Hyjuleus grant tps '
Rich Myers. in I of J\I lenfro..4 of nwtt n of river..13..i16! 29; -) -3)Q and. . . . . .' ,,16 22! 40 Il

nw'acres of sw of cor . . .,,27,15'221 I, 101 a.' 4) '!9 T Heirs J Hende"rson. _. . . lot 50 Dunnellon . . .::35:1&:181: : i 3 68 Henry-\orrnan.. . . lot 7 and ett lot 13 Brown and! : ; I
E Rh lnauer.. . .. . ne?4 sw4.2"; ,1522; ; I 1Mary MM I t i .
Harris..e?{ of ne?} of se4 . . .;28 r322; 101 1 l 10 Withlacoochee & Wekiwa L' ( I I Dyal's: sub of Hyjuleus grant j\
B A 115.51 chs 1 Co . . . .. .. lots 75 to 85 inc Dunnellon..13516'1S, 4 76' tps la and . . .i! ;:16221Chas ; 25 6
. com sand 30 cbs I
wi
L Rifenburg. .. : of ne car Sanchez grant..i ::15221 I I A D Bostick . . .. lot 128 Dunnellon . . .;;35116'' IS"lot i :2 17 V :Miller. .. .. . .. lot 4 sub of Barnes place Hy-! j !

thence Ii cbs ] ; Miller and 'Hollindisher. 2S7 Dunnellon . . .;33116: :'IS I ; 60 juleus grant tps 15 and..1 i '16221> 11! 6
s yvO chs n 6' I I
cbs e 2') ells. . . . .1 i I 1"5\ 66 Unknown .. . .. lot ..Dunnellon. . .,3a,16,181' 60 Beattie and ::Mann... . com on w bdy Hyjuleus grant! ; !

.I. .. com 12i chs sand 20 chs w of{! I E L RayMrs . . .. .. .. lot SOS Dunnellon . . .':35'16'1S': I 1 53; at a pt 7.35 chs s of nw cor! : ;
I
II '
Lillie 0 Booher. ne cor aanchez grant .I !,,1)1; 0 E Wood. .. .. . lots 373 and 374 Dunnellon.351&JlSi' 7 21: tps 15 and. . . . .1! '16:22'thence :
,
thence". .. chs w 20 chs n 41 I .,1 I Sam Bass. . . . lots 526 and 527 Dunnellon. 3516181 I 5 06! s 14 deg e 35.79 cbs n1 I

e..O chs. . I I S 5 66 Fla West Coast Imp Co . lots 1219 1221 1227 1231 1267: I I 55 deg -3S chs n 17 deg 101| I |
lot 25 sub of .i J 1273 1337 1359 1361 1369 1401] 1 w 35.85 chs s 55 deb ; ; i i
w?
airs 7v' A Sistrunk. ? : : I I 1425 1427 1429 1431 1433 1435'1 I 128.59 . . I i 100 .
ant. . . . . .; 2 4 9 36 '.. I : chs to p o b. ; i
.n. Jot -19 sub of ; 151221 1437 1441 1443 1445 1447 14491: 1 I enningLandICo.se; ttof swtt . . .' :101622'; !'! 40 f
Sanchez
wii ,
I
D G Eichelberger. . grant. . . . .o' .11522.I ; \ 1 9 90 1453 1455 1457 1459 1451 14631!35116181 1 I Sol Johnson. ... .. . .ne?{ of nw?} . . . U016221! 40

.com 20 chs of Dunnellon. . . . 109 SS Ellis; Bros . . .. .. .'ntt of sett and sell of sett.'ll'16'22: 120 3

C 111 Livingston. . . of se w cor a of pt.20 Sanchez chs;: I Ii I I t' In I- Unknown ;. .. . lots 1230 1278 12S2 12S4 12S6' 'j' I f f12SS 1 I Ellis! Bros . . . ..nett and *V> . . .112:16'221: 474 13-

1302 1316 1320 1324 13SS''! 1 Ellis .. . .' 391
gant. . . . . : Bros. H' scett of tett . ,. . 13'1622,
thence 30" 115221! .1 1406 1424 1430 1432 1434 1436: I J Hois Jr .. .. .. .. wV. of sw ttof swtt . . .''is'ie' !l lEllis 20 Y
w cbs 20 chs
.
n \
e I 143S 1440 1442 1444 1446 144S; i 1 Bros . . .. 14 16'22; 1201
30 chs s 20 chs. . . I I 60 9 96 il. f i t If | si- of ne% and nwtt of sett '
com 115.53 chs 1 ; I I' r 1450 1452 1454 1456 1458 1460' I I Unknown. .. . . nett of QwU . . . '1416: _2 40i3S
Geo 'V Evinston. .. s of ne cor oft I 1 *II l -1 Dunnellon .!35'16'1S': 56 06Cnknown. > ,
Sanchez grant. . . ; I- I 1462 1464 Unknown; . . . .. ,nwi4 of nw} ex 1 acre in sw'

thence w 30 chs s 10' chs \ 115221 .. .; r..:. . .. lots 1218 1232 1250 1252 1256! I cor . . . . . .:;14'1622I: :

20 cbs s 10 chs e 25 chs WI nl; I I. I 125S 1266 1274 1292 1294 129S! I Elizabeth Howard. . . [3.16 chs sq in sw cor -of nwtti j i !! I

10 cbs e 20 cbs 10 cbs. I 1300 1336 1338 1340 1350 13521! I / of nwtt- . . . .1141622! : !
11 I I 55; 811 1362 1364 1400 1404 14261 I L Soper. .. .. '
lots 5 1360 ? ? . lot 5 blk 1 Liddell's sub of ett 1 I J I
F E Harris. .. :_ . . 8 9 10 sub of Jot 2. 3015j221! ; 22 5 06FE 1428 Dunnellon . .::35116181' 10 26 I of nett . . . . .1151161221! 3

Harris. .. . . .lots Jot 11 and 12 sub of lot 2: .;30i15:221; ': 12 1 5Unknown. Henry Gordon. . .. . lots 1218 1220 1225 1240 1244 I' | j L Soper. . .. .. . .. lot 2 blk 4 Liddell's sub e* of! I MlI15116I22 I 1 -=
i 1 .
.s and lot 2. . .
.. . .. .. .131115:221: 1 3J "
1304 1405 1407 1421 1422! ne4. . . . . 3
C DuBoyce. .. . . n4 24 of DuBois lle.l, ex ad lots to :3\1onta 9 16 ueI3m5 171'' I I 1 Dunnellon. .. . . .|35jl6l8! I 6 44 M C Eichelberger. . ,,950 ft nand s by 450 ft e andl! : I !

of ? . .. .13515:221. 221 95 7 94JCDuBoyce. D H Cotton. .. . .. lots 1228 1229 Dunnellon. 35tl6il8! I 6 91W w in sw cor of nett . ..115116.221I | 10
.. . .. .. ; .ofne74. ; : 10 174EIija lot 125 Dunnellon.. . .!J3516'1S1! '! 1 31 C Eichelberger. . ( 1
.e of n6 of of D Brice. . .. . .. ne% of nw% of sw% . ?/15116122;
Thompson.. .. . w34/ of of swi4 ne?4 ..135 15221! 15 2 Ci9 Millie Daniels. . ,.. .. lot 1235 Dunnellon . .135 16118! 1 53 William Thomas. . .. ei of se;. . .. . .11516221 7

J C DuBoyce. '. .. . nw4 swi4 and'si4of :, 1 1 :Miller and Hollandisher . lot 1240 Dunnellon. .. .. .1351161181 1 53Mrs William Vogt .. .. . 6 chs e and w by 10 chs n and! I Is

sw'g: 10f sw4 of nw 35151221 35 5 87S N A Hargraves. . .. lot 1247 Dunnellon . .!135 16118 3 25 in se cor of nett of se%11S11622/
of
S Savage. . .... .. Swi4 and wof ne and se 4 ne ex r4 U-acres36151"1 of nw141! 1 I 1"6 3 83 G W Griffin .. .. .. .!w% of lot 1251 Dunnellon. 35, 3 68 R H Redding. . . .. com at nw'c/r of ne% ... .19'16J221/

Kate Blacksbear . .. .. lot 1257 Dunnellon..1351161181 1 31 thence 22.50 chs 20 chs s I
s e
Mrs :Mary C Carwell.. .. n 4! of se'4 of ne%. .. .. 3615221; io 1 27E
.. . lots 1261 and 1262 Dunnellon. .1351161181! 5 84
Seri of nw4 and of Sam Green! . 8.08 chs e 20-chs n 22.68 chs 1
R Hays. . .. .. .. neu sw% 1 .. .. .. .1351161181 1 31
Dunnellon
1271
and 8 chs e and w by 10 chs Rachel Gill. . .. . lot w 7.60 n 7.60 w 32.40

;. nand s in nw cor of se of A E Boone. .. . . !lot 1281 Dunnellon. . 35161181 1 53 chs ...Ch.s. : .s. r 100 .1

1 I'. sw% and co mat se cor/4 O I J H McCarral. . .. .... lot 1299 Dunnellon. . .35161181'\ SS R H Redding. . .. . 10 chs e and w by 6.19 chsn I

a. .. -,<.- sw1l.. . . . . 36 15 21 1 G D Mendenhall. ... .. lot 1301 Dunnellon. .. . .. 351161181 4 76 and s in nw cor of ne# .19161221 I

... "9' thence n 10 -chs w 12 chs s Mrs' R L .? lot 1316 ex 65 ft on s end settsett ;. . .. .. .. 6

6.25 chs w 8 chs s 3.75 'chs. I' nellon. . . ..DUn-\\35116' 18, 11 61 Lanier!: Cunningham. .. ... of nett of nel4 .. .,. 2116'2I 10

and e 20 cbs. .. .. .. . I 103 6 45, J L Leitner. . .. .. .. .. lot 1327 Dunnellon .. .35116 1 53 William Craskey. .. .. ... swtt of nett ex 10 acres In sw !, I Itor

com at se cor of neJ.4 of se'4. Harvey Peters. . . .. lot 1328 Dunnellon..13511618 1 53 . .. . . ... : 30 3
g Mrs A L Cooper.. ... .. thence 15 chs 13.33 cbs 361151221 Mrs H L Still. .. . center 1-3 of 1341 1342 13431! Jennie McDonell.. .. swi4 of sw14 of ne% . ...1YII16YY1/ 10 1

12 chse11.25chss3chse n W sl t Dunnellon . . . .135.1618( 3 98 Hall and Pope.. . . swF4 of sw% .. .. .. ,122161221) 40

.' 2.08 chs .. . ... . I I 16 3 29! Unknown. . .... ... lots 1359 1367 Dunnellon. .Z5116:18/! : / 2 60Mrs Jane Cunningham.. . lot A 3 Wheeler's sub .. .1223161221/ 12 =1
com 2.08 chs w of of W F Kipper. . .. .. lot 1365 Dunnellon . . .135 16J18 4 76 Vance Williams .. .. lot 1 Rickard's sub .. .. 16
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C H Cooner. of se.4 .. . .. . 36151221 1 1 M Samuel .. lot 1372 Dunnellon . .J3516jl8j! 9 06 iV L Williams .. .. lot 2 Rickard's sub .. .. 23 16'22' !/ 16
thence E 111 Ray .. . .. ..::: lots 1380 1389 1390 Dunnellonl35ll6ll8! 6 14 P Band R S Bradley. .. .... w% of lot 3 and lot 6 Rick- I I 1

w 13.33chs n 3 cbs 41 1 D B Litchworth. ... ... lot 1381 Dunnellon. . ..135161181: 3 68Mrs ard's sub. . :.. .. .. .231621J 28

.' e,13.33 cbs s 3 cbs. .. . 2 31a N A Hargraves. . lots 1389 1321 Dunnellon. ..1351161181 5 84 Ten a.. .. .. ... .. ... s ii of sw 3,, .. . . ..23161221! 80 .

<<* Unknown. .. . . ..... sei4 of nw side.% ex.3.86. .chs e and J D Baskin .... . ..lot 1394 Dunnellon. .. . .. 351161181 1 53Mrs hn A StannisEllis ... .. . s;ft of nw% of settntt . .. .. 23161221/ 20 1
w on w ... 11523
3" 2 2.% N A Hargraves. . .. lot 1399 Dunnellon. .. . 351161181 1 53 Bros . .. .. ..,. and stt of net and s2 of 1 I I
c- j 3 R Peebles. ? .... .. .. sw4 of ;J.4. . .. . 1115131( 36.85 2 29! 1416 Dunnellon. .. : .1351161181 1 53 317 1
lot
E L Ray. .. .. .. sett . . .. .. .2416221
of . .
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,- W B Hopkins. ... ... ne ,. 11151231 SO Y 66 .. Hall Bros & John
W J Wadkins .. .. .. lot 1423 Dunnellon. .13511618] 1 63FIa H Graham 1 acre in sw cor of nw'4 of sw I 1h I
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ne44 .. ... 41151231 159 8
.. .. 5 96( 1
Sarah H Teague. .
West Coast Imp Co. . lots 1825 1829 1830 1833 18351 . . . . . 24 16)221).
n}; of nw'/4 .. .. .. .
William Thomas .. .... 41151231.{ SO 4 13 R W
Daniels. .
I 1837 1839 1841 1843 1845 1847 .. . com 70 yds e of sw cor of ne! ', I
and Son... .. n 4 of nei4 and se4 of nei4 1 f
Henry Bayer ex 5. acres in ne cor.. .. 5151231 I I 115 7 51 1849 1851 1853 1855 1S57 1859 14 ofthence ne'/4 . .. .. .. !25l622! !
1861 1863 1865 1867 1S69 1871
;' ki R Rutledge. :. .. .. .. ni; of nei4 of se 4 of nei4. 511523r! 5 118 1873: 1875 1877 1879 1881 1883' n 87% yds e 70 yds] I 1 '43

.. ..... nei4 of nw14. .. . . 8115 231 40" 60 \ S L s 874 yds w 70 yds. . I
W H 1885 18S6 1887 1891 1895 1896 1 Brown. .. .. .. .. acre bd n by R R s by Allen I
A B Fort. . . .. swig of nw2 and wa4 of seii I J 1899 1901 1903 1905 1907 1909 jl Tate lot. !' !; y 61

of nwi4 and n.4 of swi4 ex 1911 1913 1915 Dunnellon. 36161181!' 36 21 William Stuckman .. . ';[nei4 of SwUof"ne&Vand'w.12516'2!i ,I! 1 1E f 18
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acre ne cor 81151231 149 5 36 !
J N leI=5er. . .. ... Jot 1801 Dunnellon.. .. . 6 91 I of R R. . .. . ;6
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lot 9 sub of Webb's est. SI151231
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C M Webb. Mrs L Gullverer '
.. .. lot 1827 Dunnellon. .361618 2 17FIa McGa-I' I
Unknown .. .. ? ? ? lot A 10 White sub of I
> E W cDonald. . . s4 of swi4 of nee and ns anw1i4 I nwii of nwtt und tt Int. 3516,15, 20 4 76 I 1 04
of se14 and ot f West Coast Imp Co. . hagin land. . . . 26 161221 53

;. .. .... . .se4.. .. .ne. 915123! 80 56 Unknown.. .. .. ... .. .. .lnwJ.4 of nwtt und tt int..13516118)) 20 4 76 M O Ward. ..... ... lot 2 Becket plantation. .. .. 261622! | 1 60
c : :slh of sett of nwtt of settsett .. 516119 t1T J N Cass. ... 2
C V Miller .. .. .:.. .lot 22 Becket pjla ltatlon. 27116121! | |
... .... lots 1 2 6 8 Hill's Farm secs 1 n
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Ed HarTey. of nett and w* of nett :Mary E 00 . .. 1
E . :n . .. lot 35 Becket .. .127 1161221I16i22r
10 and. .. .. .. .. .11115231! 35 2 2: I 83
ii Ed Blood. .,
and ett of nw% and ntt off ... .. lot 36 Becket plantation .. 27 1
3 11 Johns . .. nwi4 of ne14 ex 18 acres on n ( i 1 .I 279 16 18 JC H Oliver .,.. ... .. 116122! 1 SSS3
lot 43 Becket plantation 34
side. ... . . . .1215123! 22 185A settof 61161191 i A J
nw% of swtt less 100 Phelbrick... ... ... 16122 1
Unknown. . ;; .. lot 44 Becket plantation. 34 !
L Holley. . .. .. seJ.4 of sw.4 .. ... .. :.. .. 11151231 fO 1 38 ft R R. .. .. . .. .? 8.50! 118 U C HillUnknown.." ... ... ... .?..lot 63 Becket plantation. .2611621, : 1 SS

;. Unknown. ... ... .. .. .. .. n4 of set of ne1,4. of ne} .. 5 U Z C Chambliss. .. . .. .. ne a und 2-3 int. .. .. .. 7116119 106 4 76 ... ...... lot 69 Becket plantation.. 134 16122! nGoodwin
J C Cooper. .. .. ... ... se34 of seJ.4. .. . .... .. 15115123'' 40 S 17UnknO" sett of sw% and swtt of se% 71161191 80 3 89 and'C" ... .. 46 W
J B Peyton.. ... ... ... ? se 4 of sett ... .. .. .. .. .. 28 16122/
.... .... ... .. ... 3.38 acres in nw cor. . 3.38 11 .. .. . . .. Hall and PopeCelia ... 8 29
\\ Unknown.. . .... .. .. ne% 16 19 160 6 33 ... wt of sett. .. .... . (
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ti' '0 K UzeU... .. .. ... ... e% of seJ.4 and 8wtl of :! 120 5 62F P T Austin.. .. .... . 198 yds n and s by 74 yds eland HamU of seJ.4.. ..... .... ... .28116122 8 13
.. ..... n% of of nw .... .. / 23 20 1 14 C V Miller .w 38
; Unknown.... ... ....' nei4 w in se cor of nett of|. '. }i. . ... ... 130 16122 1
,,* William H Grtmth. .. .. .. s% of ne4 of nw' .. . 18151231 20 1 74 ne'44 of nwi; . .. .. 11! 16 19! 3 1 49 J E Whitaer.. .:.. .... ni4 of fOe" . .... ".. 30 1622| 8 It

-' Henning L and I co... ... w'f of nw'J .... .. .. .. ... SO 11 21 S H Brown... .. ,. .. ... nwJ.4 of sw4. .. ... . 11116119, 40 1 38 W T Burke ,. ... ..... sett of aw4 . .eo... ..... !30116'0! ( 4 >2S2S

r Unknown.... .... .... ..... swJ.4 of 1Wi.... .. .. .. ..20 % 40 1 n J M MeffertMM .. ... .. . .. s'g of sett .. .. .. ... 80 1 92 G W WillIams.. ... ... .** sett of ne4 .. .. .. .... .. ( 4lk

R B Campbell .. .. .. ... ... w% of w'4 of ne',4 and swi4 Mary Blue. .. .. -. ... ni4 of swJ.4. . . .. .. .. 131161191 SO 2 29 M C Freeborn .. .o. ... .... lot 7 and ett lot 6 blk 1 .331161'1| I rJames

;.. of sei4 of nwJ.4. ... .. ... %11523 20 1 U Sparkman and CoMrs ......- ... nwJ.4. .. . . .. .. 160 413 of ee% . .. .... .. 34 16':2w4 49
& D L Yark.. .. .. .. ... sw% of sw4 of netl. .. %115 %3// 10 U Mary Blue... .. .. ". sy. of nett and neU of ne'A.141161191 Shotwlck. .. .. .. .. lot 1 blk 2 Foss sub of se 1 i/6 iI

.3 J Fort. .. ?. ... ... ... n>,4 of neJ.,1 of nwJ.4. . .. .21 1523 20 110 of se .. ... .. .. .11411619 90 2 96Saucey '4.. .. ... ... ... ... .341612/[ :

B'Y 1orri.s.... .... .. .. swi of nw',4 and n3 of sw1; and Garland. .. . ne'4. . . .. ... .17116 n\ 160 4 76Saucey Lizzie M Bartoa.. .. ....Ie lot 2 blk 2 Foss sub of se41341622: t 61

', : and se Met sw"h. ... ... .. !tIS' 23 160 6 14 and Garland for 1S03 ... .. .. .. ... .. 160! 4 76 PE Smith. . ... .,'wJ,2 of ne>K of'nwy.. .....13611612! ; 1 74
: .. ... ... .. seJ.4 ot se'1 of nw4 n.1'... 88r'X nett.of !. J A Wheeler.. ... .. .... >' 111-
.&: N N Cooner. 211151231 101 JB Peyton. .. .,, ... ....... ne' and neij of nw t ,lot 7 sub of nwu of :'

,;fI; 4.J'. < __ ;!!..'6.....>S',,&Savage.; and- Son.. .. .... sw' of sw . ... .'. ... 153 ., .... .. .. .. .. .. ..... .1816119 I_ se 9 C6.'. R Cooner.. ... ... .... ..... 'se1. Of nwH .. .. .. nwi4.. ...136116If31.' I ':' 1 48

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