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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, 1907
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 41 :NO. o. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, .MAY 10, 1907. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR

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, ....4.......4...4444................ River Crate Company, was a visitor to visiting her sister Mrs. Quincy Pea .

i0 s0 Ocala Saturday.Mrs. .I cock, who is on the sick list. : MUNROE & CHAMBLISS, i

ii NYAL'S HOT SPRINGS : I
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. Edward Drake of Brooksville Gen. Gilchrist's jump into the gub- .

ee i is the guest of her brother and sister- i ernatorial candidate pond has not b .

in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake. I II:caused much of a ripple in the political i

.4 II ,I. waters of the state.-Palatka BAN KERS f

it1 i 4 JthD=REMEDY spent Mrs.Friday Me Barco and Saturday ot Crystal in Ocala River !!: Herald. ,I .. J ...


4 the guest of her daughter, Mrs Walter Miss Alice Savage of Granville, N. .
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.4 4& Bishop. Y.,, who came down to attend the fu i CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION I ,t

: ** is the best spring tonic. : :i!! ,I i neral cf her sister, the late Mrs. Geo. t

: :i Mrs. Mamie Fox returned to Fruit- .
T I A. Nash, has returned to New York .

4 *. i land Park Saturday afternoon, after City, where she is temporarily residns .
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spending a few days in Ocala with : OCALA, FLORIDA. : f fiN
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| $1.00 Bottle.! 6 Bottles for $5.00 ,
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ni: her sister, Mrs. F. W. Ditto. I
: ..8i1..NI.1.1....NO..4..0.4.N..N.......1..1.j
*. .1' I Mr. J. W. Sylvester, who has bad ;I

: t I II Mrs. H. M. Hampton of Ocala, who charge of the Ocala opera house as :
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.1 1 is at present visiting her father, Mr. long as we have had an institution of i,
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Carlton, in Arcadia, will arrive here this kind, we understand is to take Mrs. E: H. Mote Entertains Informallyfor

next week to be the guest of Miss charge of the opera house at St. Petersburg ; Visitors '

- H Postoffice D a uOED Hi; Chri&sie Caruthers and her other the coming season. Mr. Sylvester -! Mrs. E. II. Mote entertained at an BIGGEST LINE

; : Tampa friends-Tampa Tribune. thoroughly understands this j informal party Monday afternoon hav-

i < i I line of business. He has had a great i ing invited about thirty of her mar OFMATCHESI

; .....0001.4...t ..4444.94.4...4e...1+14.....4.4 ,I Mrs. J. II. Livingston, Sr., left Saturday deal of experience and a great deal of I ried friends to meet Mrs. A. B. Efird

I 44+0. 01.0.....0.0.04.100 40.04+1.....0..... I for Aiken, S. C., where she was success in managing operas here and of Leesburg, and Mrs. McAfee of Eliz-

I I called on account of the death of her in the West before_ up comin__ ___ _here u _,. and___ ,I abethtown Ky., who are visiting Mrs.L. .
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: sister, Mrs. J. H. McXair, which oc- knows how to place the best -I W. Duval.
Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. Mr. T. E. Piitchett has twentyacre companies J JI
peach orchard at Candler, and curred Saturday morning. Mrs. Livingston as he keeps in touch with all the Mrs. Mote asked her guests to bring

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL he says the peach trees stood the has the sympathy of her many best that star the country. their fancy work with them and the

friends in her bereavement.Dr. ladies spent the afternoon very pit-as- I
drouth much better than the orange I
Death of Judge Dzialynski antly sewing and talking together.Mrs. .
will today
trees. lie begin shipping
FOR
Mi. Frank M. Long of Holder wasa Lee Cook of Brooksville, who Judge Morris A. Dzialynski of Jack- Mote has recently moved to
and expects to obtain fancy prices
visitor to Ocala Monday. has just completed his dental coursein cnvilte died at his home in that city Ocala and has rooms at the Arms

Mr. H. C. Morrison of Stanton-on- Atlanta, passed through Ocala Sat- Sunday evening from the effects of a House on North Main street. She is l LADIES( AND CHllMN( [( !

?$ Mr. Joe Davis, the popular Sum- urday afternoon on his way home. (stroke of paralysis.: Judge Dzylinskiwas a very charming woman, and it is a
Lake-\Vcir. accompanied by his attrac- 3W
\'1j. merfield trucker, was doing business Young Dr. Cook expects to spend a once mayor of Jacksonville and matter of universal pleasure that she
tive daughter, paid the Banner office a
in Ocala Monday.Mr. few weeks at home, after which he at the time of his death was municipal has come to make this city bur home. 'IyF
visit Monday afternoon, and saw our
will probably go to Chattanooga judge, and he was held in very She is a sister of Mrs locker and
Mergenthaler !typesetting machine in
J. A. Bouvier returned home Tcnn., to locate. high esteem. He was familiarly ; rs. Duval and the three are a very
operation.Mrs. .
Saturday from a business visit to St. known as the "big judge." He was delightful coterie of women.

Petersburg.Mrs.;, Mr. Edward Holder is putting downa born in Germany in lSn, but has been Mrs. Mote had as her guests on r

Sheldon Stringer of Brooks number of hitching posts along the a citizen of Florida for many years. Monday Mrs. Efird, Mrs. McAfee, Mrs.
ville, who presided so splendidly at
R. E. Cole and baby are on a street east of the Holder building. Hocker, Mrs Duvall. Mrs. Stovall,
the annual convention of the Daughters THE JEWELER.
visit to Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. Percy These posts were made at the foundry Miss Ophelia Gray Wins Declamation I Mrs. Koonce, Mrs. Carney, Mrs. 1

Williams, in Jacksonville.Mr. cf the Confederacy in Jacksonville end will: last for many years. Mr. Prize Minims' Mrs.: Let- MilkrIr'-;. Austin,
last 'vefk!;:, passed through Ocala ...444...4.44+44.4444.4444
Holder is setting a good example. The second auiiaai declamation contest Mrs. (I. L. Anderson, Mrs. R. L. An-

W. W. Carlton came up from Sunday afternoon on her way home. Hitching posts are much needed in between picked teams from the derson, Mrs. Roess, Mrs. J. D. Rob- -- - ,----

Crystal River Saturday night and is this city. two literary societies of the high ertson, Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox. Mrs.

spending a few days in Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Judd, who have been school was held last Friday night before Sistrunk, Mrs. Hatchell, Mrs. D. :M. Learn The Art Of t

I I, boarding at the Spellman house for The will of a lately deceased New a house packed to the doors, and Smith Mrs. Huber Mrs. Van Hood,

,! Mrs. Joseph Shuford, living on several months, expect to begin housekeeping York woman bequeathed all of her resulted in the winning of the contest Mrs. Scott Mrs. Rheinauer and Mrs

S next month in the Hilburn possessions to President Roosevelt, the
South Second street, near the Methodist i by young ladies of the Louisa Burford. MILLINERYI)

.J parsonage, is on the sick list. cottage, which is now occupied by and even included her pet cat. In Alcott club, they defeating the young During the afternoon, Mrs. Mote '1>,
; and children.Mr. I _f
Mrs T. D. Bryan view of John Temple Graves' recom- men of the Athenian literary society. sang, Mrs. Duval recited and Mrs.

Mrs. Sue Feaster has returned to mendation of Roosevelt for democratic The second prize, a pretty chatelaine Roess gave several piano selection A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE.A 1 '..

Thurlow Bishop, formerly United presidential candidate, the vague pin, was won by Miss Ophelia Gray.- DIGNIFIED POSITION.
her home at Micanopy. after a visit
yi States deputy marshal for the suspicion ariesse that that cat may St. Petersburg Times. Miss Florence Dozier entertainedthe ] ,:
here with her sister, Mrs. T. II. Moore.
southern district, and later deputy be the Tammany tiger.-Estero American members of the Literary Lights..1 Good paying positions secured for

sheriff: of this county was minglingwith Eagle. Two Little Incendiaries Arrested Friday afternoon at the home of her" graduates. .
Mr. James J. Pyles of Inverness was
; Write and ask for particulars
his'friends in Ocala Monday. Mr. Fires have been started at Gates'wagon
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
in Ocala for a few hours Sunday on 'I
Bishop is now living at Rock Springsand Among others, we noted the follow works and, at Wolf's bakero'several Dozier. There were thirteen little .
a visit to his mother in the secondward. American School Of i
ties for the A. C. visitors in Ocala Monday from a
on
is getting out ing times lately, and Monday Policeman girls present and they all spent a I

L. railway.Mr. the country: F. M. Harp, Citra; J. Homer Dean arrested Albert very enjoyable afternoon, readingand ::1

j :Ir. W. C. Bull, having disposed of Carstens, Lake Weir; T. Bishop, Rock Daniels and Clarence Gadson, two little later on playing amt.'s. The little (Millinery ;

and Mrs. Edward Drake have Springs; Dr. P. Burgin, Mclntosh: ; J. 1 boys who confessed that I
interests at
his planing mill and other negro hostess served! !lemonade: and caketo ,
"0".""",,, Ga.
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BrookSYille. has returned to Ocala to come to Ocala from Brooksville and A. Reasoner, Flemington; D. H. Irvine hy were the incendiaries. They her s guests. i ;

reside. will make this city their home. Mr. Orange Lake; S. J. McAteer, were caught in the act, and said that

;I Drake has accepted a position with I Reddick; Dr. Parramore, Eureka; Dr. hey had started these fires because: ---

'J. i 6 / Mr. W. L. Harris went down to St. the Ocala Iron Works. Mr. and Mrs. i D. A. Smith, Anthony; C. C. Priest, they loved td see the fire horses run. -

t i "*- Petersburg and Tampa Saturday Drake are residing in Mr. Clifford L. I Anthony; A. J. Harrell, Oklawaha; These little negroes are about ten

afternoon to spend a few days with Anderson's cottage on South Sixth T. Phitchett, Candler, and W. C.lorrison years of age. Their case will be investigated FURNITURE! FURNITURE! : '

friends. street. ) Stanton. by the grand jury today.In .
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4 lIon. C. M. Brown, after spending Mr. F. M. Cleckler and Mr. J. B. Messrs. J. S. Pedrick and A. Rob- Honor cf Miss Askew

'I "1 several days in Ocala on important Cook who have been in charge of the erts have purchased a sawmill" four Last night Mrs. George W. Martin Smith & Roberts

business, returned to his home in Miami I work on the new court house, will miles this side of Inglis, in Citrus gave a small and informal party for ,

leave this week for Jackson, Missouri and will at to
Saturday.Mr. county, begin once operate -
Miss Emily Askew of Savannah, who ,
to build another court house. These the same. Both are practicalmill I
has spent a few days in Ocala with
i and Mrs. Blanchard! and family gentlemen have made many pleasant men and will no doubt make a I
:Mrs. R. G. Blake.
moved from the Baptist Wit- acquaintances during their stay in success. Mr. Pedrick has been with
, 1 1'e
Miss Askew is a very sweet and at- Ocala Furniture Co. 1
ness building to the cottage on South Ocala. the Northern: and Southern Companyat tractive young woman and all those

iI Third street formerly occupied by Mr. Cornell and with Messrs. Roess &
1 who were invited to meet her last I
I and Mrs. Harry Cline. Dr. D. A. Smith of Anthony was in Crosby at Martin for some time and night were charmed with her. .i

'; Ocala Saturday morning, returning knows all the ins and outs of the bus- An r t
exceedingly pleasant eveningwas
We are requested to state that the from Dunnellon, where he spent Friday iness. We wish these gentlemen people
the with !
spent by young .
'. Marion county hospital is in need of with his son, Prof. W. W. Smith, abundant success. When in need of 1 1I
i iI various games, music, etc., and it will any .
trained nurses and persons to go inc of the Dunnellon public school. The I I
be remembered as .one of the pleas-
4 training to become nurses. Write to closing exercises of the school took We enjoyed a very pleasant visit antest of the smaller affairs of the thing in.our line i

'Dr. W. V. Xewsom for information. place Friday and Dr. Smith went down Saturday from Mr. J. F. Barrett a week.

I especially to be present on this oc former citizen of Belleview, but now I
Mrs. Charles Watson left Saturday get our prices : : I IlOUR
casion. of Sanford. Mr. Barrett is delighted Marriage at the Court House
afternoon for her home at Coleman, Monday I
-- with his home, and is repeatingthe
visit of a few days in Ocala new Mr. L. M. Lanier of Tampa and ;
: J- after a Mr. Montholon Atkinson of Fellow marvelous stories of the riches
/t her relatives, Mr. J. A. Walters Miss Delina Gillis of this county wen
with in the city Saturday, and made in growing celery and lettucein I
and family. ship was married at County Judge Bell's officeat MOTTO IS TO PLESE! 1 1't.r1r

was seen with his Mead Hon. A. P that section. He says he made a the court house Monday mOrning.

of A few late start but even with this drawback .
Baskin, Largo. years age I. ,
Seaboard Changes Schedule I Mr. E. T. Williams as notary publicperformed .. ,
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the former of these gentlemen was made the best paying crop of '
train going the ;
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The Seaboard (day ceremony.
candidate for his life. lie he is now sixty-five i
the people's party con says a'
north, arrives at 1:05; leaves 1:25. I The marriage was witnessed b>: !! --- -
gress for this district and the latter years of age and it is the first time 1
South, arrives, 1:25; leaves, 1:45. number of people who had burins i,
for The !in his life that he has had a respect-
was the candidate governor. '
train: north 2 a. m.; south, at the court house. Notary William ,
Night are still fast friends and continue tc able bank account and if he lives long ,
1:15. showered his congratulations on th*. ;, I thUOTTLES
: take an active interest in political I enough and has as good luck as be- j
and ; s
) young couple they were warm:
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theUniversity movements. fell him this past season he, does not 1
of the FREEAxu
Dr. Andrew Sledd president congratulated by bystanders.Mr. 1I
of Florida at Gainesville, see how Ire can escape dying rich. We and Mrs. Lanier left on the af- I a i
from )Ir. B. O. Cam of Buckingham, LeE I are certainlyproud that he is prospering OWhiskey ; ;
i-assed through Ocaal Monday ternoon train for their future hon1\ j J
visitor to his brothers well.
the bac-I county, was a I so
... i Lakeland, where he delivered : at Tampa. 1Albert
( Messrs. W. D. and Baxter Cam, Sun .. __
calaureate sermon to the high school I __ ____ ___ m 't ;
.... day. Monday he went up 10 Reddfclto :Mr. A. P. Baskin formerly of Anthony -
at that place Sun d.... see his brother and mother. Mr now of Largo, was among our Gilchrist at Home 6 Full Quarts For q

who has been Cam gives good accounts of the orange He is the The positive announcement of Hon. :\ S 2 95
Mr. C. J. Phillips, callers Saturday. looking '
I' compelled to use crutches for se"eralwt't' and grapefruit groves in Le' picture of health and is prospering in Albert W. Gilctrist that he will be a 'j \ Carolina Whiskey : 11 11f
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ks past, is so far recovered that county. He says that Mr. Flowere his new home. He has a forty-five candidate for governor will be greeted # ) Carolina Whiskey will live excellent WI It ia a Well aged .

1 he is now able to walk with tbe assistance alone will ship during the seasoi 1 acre orange grove and the crop netted with joy by his hosts of friends in iI i iY" I,'/ f'n article sold and by in irresponsible our estimation! mail, far order superior whiskey to the houses decoctions at S3.0Q and to mixtures $3.50pergalka. .'

of 1905 100.000 boxes of grapefruit. him last year something over four South Florida. That the Telegramwill I r Ii : We make a special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show '
cane. .
of a } !! four-
II \ that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our plants cover i
4' thousand dollars. Of course as the give him its hearty support in hi: teen acres making 03 the largest mail order whiskey house in the world. r

Miss Irma Goodyear who has been Mr. J. G. Fleming the new manage:r trees grow older and new trees come campaigns it is hardly necessary n. '
school the 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. we'' J
teaching in the Dunnellon of the Ocala Iron Works, who went cl]) into bearing his income will be considerably state. At this time we will mgt :o Send us $,.nf andw

., past term, has returned to her homein to Jacksonville to meet his wife am I : increased. In addition to into any lengthy discussion of hi> fit' 1 1 will ill Include ship you in by same express box.6 complimentary full quarts of,Carolina a samrle Whiskey l-oltle of and each we ,1:

this city to spend the summer vaca children from Hollidaysburg, Pa., rEturned his crop of fruit he expects to grow ness for the office, because to narK I M 1 "Zulieka," "Gold Band" and Casper's 12 Year Old White Corn.

; tion. The school closed Friday.The to Ocala Saturday, and the;r a crop of vegetables next season and every reader of.this paper the genera) I ;
t.. g SPECIAL NOTICE! We deliver the above express prepaid anywhere '
.f are now occupying the William Sin t- from this source expects to pad out is known almost as 'well as to the, i in North Carolina Virginia aad West Virginia but customers livingin '>1

1 \ Carmicjiael residence, which is clair home on Herbert street. Mi. his bank deposits. He gives a fine account -I writer. Blg hearted, honest and in must Other remit states 50c. reached extra. Buyers by Adams east or cf Southern Mississippi Express River residing Companies on, j,

f I It ping constructed under the supervision !. Mrs. Simmons and children als<() of his section. As he is a new I corruptible. Albert W. GilchriST some other express lines must send J3.95 for the 6 quarts and 3 sample'
and order and address
with :
cash
near- I bottles and we will prepay express. Eemit ,
of Mr. C. J. Phillip, is now arrived from Hollidayshurg, and wil]ill I citizen, he says he took no part in the would make Florida a governor of '! RoanoKe Va.
of the 1. THE CASPER CO.. Inc., '
and will be one Flemings. Mr. Sin I-I division fight. He will not be whom state might well be proud. ,
ing completion reside with the county any fgr: (iba1TiMU Al<"J.&) O i era r.f C S.Begwiwd DUtflJerr Mi 6th Dirt. Va. i
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residences in the city. with tb be will Wauchu- it /' ti An whi.Wei IUd aader.aperdetr'a of t' S. OIB... and .guaranteed j>w Under the t
handsomest tb3 mons has accepted a position e | sorry however. to see a new county. Her1? hoping win.- h !aluoaJl'ore Food tad Drag I-... 1

The inside finishings, especially iron works. He will grow up with it. la Telegram. ]
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3U3TLING SUSY3ELLEVI LAKE WEIR LEE-WE.NDTla
GRAHAMVILLE AND CONNOR B Stetson University
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L: Sy tai to the Ocala! );armor: Special to the Ocala: Banner: I the presence: of a i large party of I F oarh.. le;!6- and Fvo r-fhn.aiSo: '.,.oclDfLAXD. -- -

Tite i* May-tits and the eocrtry: is Special j to the O":air Banner: j r The Ladies' taprovenent Society 1 friends and relatives of both parties FLORIDA j

tfcftlyjd io its gay May dress.MiM Csar5ie }I. French an esteemed'; gave a barbecue dirtier to all who t!! Mrs. Clara P.oot Weadt and Professor II Affiliated th the University of Chicago. j

Jessie Woods ci Ocala has winter resident of Bell>vie-y died: volunteered to work OB the new dock!i!I Robert Grant Lee were united in marI COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Tte standards are those of tae Us:, 1ersity

:f : fca the attractire guest of KiP EL *- .'May i 4th at Bndseport, Coan. The; mow UDder construction. There were]I friase' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ; of Chica=o. Stetaoas graduates receive their degrees fn -. ca
} Counts for toe past few daya. I
ta Sun-jfoserai was held as the Tti. Mr. about treaty men who worked faith- Marcos Weadt 2223 St Johns avenue i j Stetson and Chicago See the: Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

;, Mina Wood returned to Oeala : French was a pleasant: qsie uaassomlag : OF LAW Graduates of this CoBege are admitted to i
Hist full; and ..ell Especial msndaBJ Tuesday aigae at S o'clock.Rev. COLLEGE -- prat
accompanied by I !
and
day was tiasill !be j
gentleman: :
man a ,
jBiased
A. J. Coleman o:: ciated. tice law in Florida without ezamnatonCOLLEGE ;
until was made of Jim Fort Del Moody. ,[
Genets, who will be ber guest '"
4 f I by this eomminity. k j ji I Ii Mrs. Sidney J. Smith played the Loaeagria OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL Cf MECHANIC ARTS- '
TII day, when aM will leave for Sba-i Davenport and hers| Arthur Hall and Yr..aUkren.. who
Francis A.
refa- Mrs. [i wedding march as the bridal I Mechaaicai. Civil!, Electricai Engineering and Manual Training courses :i-n: .
dy Grove: where will risk non, A. C. Da'veepor, k!t Boa :;;=v e if j: pat: in the posts. :Mr. Jim Joserafamished : '
; Fine bui.din costly equipment.
veekz.Mr. j j procession catered led by m.ue Edith ,i sag to degrees. new ;
tires for several I the I !h for Their hone in Onaaa.jNeb. ;'1 I
to work in Ms paee: all ia brancaes. Boo ; '.-
a man Wendt. Hazel Wendi. Bertha fox and COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BaakiBg in L:'-'-; -; I
thecomty
William Coeou vent up to I Mr. Dalynpo t peter: the=' ;; rbiJe; he escorted the ladies arooadi I Beulah Fox. granddaughters of Mr. j i ijand [I by best methoij;. Shjrthacd ari Typewriting. Eleenve courses op-- .n
Iast Sunday.
Our efficient seat mail carrier Mr. Risemsao j'swin'er hers: a: the boaie cf her sisfer :1 i behind his thoroushbred. 2:! of ",rh'h : Mrs Marcus Wendt. j[ other DeparnienLarae Fac;;.-y and commodious buii.i ing. -,!

Jaw Toes-; JIi a Boswonb. Her son caz-rj: was greatly: a;;, ? iatE:1 tie '. The ceremony followed by an !!I PREPARATORY ACAJEMY-Gra. tattii, preparedr.er: Hara-1: .;
was aettHbpaaied OB '
t ?>r:*: wo weeks ago to ae'ocipa--: evening: all! of tie your? tore- =[i iaforma: musicale. |!l\ale.I Princetoa. Coratll.;! )ticbj :l. Chicago and all firs '::&-.= COIw: ; ,. ..b-'
bi :>
Brick by $
the City
days trip to I
fc: Mb Carrie Holey who big motLr borne, He is avei pleased :a:re-i to ::i* hccie of Mrs. V;. H. : Mr:. William C. Teiser contributed' !;i!I NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLSKindergart :z .- _- own tu.! :
family and wi'h B 'levl; -w. WJ much so t h 'i .P' '
5 i Moore. where thejMi GaLCed: .:.. the seTcral vocal selections. anJ Mrs. Ed- ;;;: ing. _. Priniar and Grammar School in separate bu.id.:z. 7h5se; sch: :: ,', a
went on a shopping expedition. '
up the interns returniaz nsi: *. a'ter.;
Tr ? SmA' t.yn- several instru-| ;; Public School teachers.
the charming I. ward C. Allen played especially prepare
Sass Carrie Hoiley. !
;eir"hi". ;! wife and chi::,:. j jLake Susie
a May Trt'M:== SCHOOL$11J..IIJO.. O a doze -.a-js. -
pipe seraluildmg. : -
ineatal numbers. \[ MUSIC organ ; ; i. .
Grabamrtlle teacher, baa been engaged i! Lilian Las beea e.r-i, o-r |)) I.
by )lr. acd Mr*. Hmemann toteach _- I'i Fort and M.sc: ilag .e X.x.orame: The happy couple were serenaded',| large faculty, thorough courses of study.: _
I liEue scattered tft":1. rarc -
and oa
their children during the sum .I.i ; io.ifroz (Xfcla *) tiC prtirrs: : a: tae- I ay ne Firs Reginien: Baad. Prof s- ';,|, ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly; casts modes: e'Stetson c

,. !,i ':ad rtlake.: ; ',art! ece and; "i2lC;;;. I sor Harry Xewmaa. leader the groom i'I, has a faculty of 4$ professors: and isstrurfori They h./.i: :--
R tLS T".'. Bellft-riew Library Aaaocta'ioa; : j
*; i imet Mr. Frank Reagan and fam.yl: save !
M:. Graavilie Holtey and Mr. Jaby temg a member of that organization. I grees from the University of Chicago. Harvard Yale DarruonCo) !':?:..:.a.
th* of the 6th zi we ] :
ereaia? :asset! up tier' quarters for rte summer several duets i Louisville Bowdoin Utrecht Buckn; =':.. Univ-r-
Gore Jr., made a flying trip to Ocal There were: also by ;:l Toronto Wake Forest. :" .
'. some! of Miss Boswona and di-w.:ss-1'!
Tuesday and they wire charmed with : a' their lovely; hen02:: the 1 Mr. Joseph Clemens, \iol-n. and Mr. j!I i of Michigan. Dennison and other Universities. There are over |;.iOO'ui.; ..3buildiags
,. ed plans for the erection: of a library i beach. '
the &ew coon bouae. Edgar Wendt, piano. and songs by the I and equipment : nearly a quarter million dollar endowment. aa
ruiding. I IJ1Sge The hoot of friends of Mr:. Guy .
A gfectlemaa who baa traveled quite mae! quartet compiled of Messrs. endowed library of over I: ,')t..) volumes: a beautiful chapel with costly : .!"-
and Mrs. Hopkins entertained -
", extensively, and who has an eye for r Saturday Eaton of St. Louis formerly of Lake DBoise, Albrittoc. I. veae and Troy cishings, including stained glass windows 7 oil paintings a $lO.ll)" m' pica!
i a flinch party at their home Weir, her visit: her!
7! are enjoying to
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teaaty, (artistic beauty this time, Lee i i[ organ: a Gymnasium with complete apparatus: an enclosed Athletic Fit-ii: ,

please your honor I mean). approach- 'f eveniog.Miss Loresa Freeman is visiting :mother Mrs. R. L. Martin Mrs. Eaton Among the man.presents to the i i i tuning track. tennis courts, baseball diamond and gridiron. besides sw.mmiag ,
is a most charming! woman and
fed ae the other day and said: "Beau! of the bride was a handsome sliver water t I[ golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and wom-n: \
in tfc northern
I relatives ? part is! a delight 10 her old aeighbors and
tifully done." When I asked him to set. the gift of Jacksonville Hive. Xo. : ten large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics. Bacteriology. Miaeralogy ties
state. friends who the of I
explain he said: "The Hunter Drag are making most 1 Ladies of the Maccabees.-Jackronville Biology: several large museums and shops; electric lisats. electric bel ls.I : .
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I J J. Nelson has purchased a pair !her visit here. f
Metropolis. I heat walks, shell roads broad avenues spacious ,
I Corepany oa the comer in Ocala mules froth the Northern and steam cement campus
of
Mr. Gardener of Crystal River is II I
Our county seat is growing loge Sonthera Lumber Company.The I I shrubbery and trees; social literary, musical and other sTudeats': clubs: sari
manufacturing artificial stone on the
:: gad ia large enough to have a first change in the time tables of beach. which is almost "the real KING-HARTZOG I i lecture courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. T". location is beau

:.- class street car line. I I I I tiful and healthful and the expenses are low.
L. R. a CI would be bad
the S. A. ) taiag. this aaad being especially Married at the residence of the!
,: "l:cclf Peter Dorisoe. postmasterand stations '!i For catalogs views folders and iaCjrmation. address -h-e President.LINCOLN .
and other
Ii TJelleview adapted to the!: making of this kind bride's inorher 51.-$. C. I. Grace. of'
farmer: drove to Ocala Friday. for the fact that it is almost
it
cot
were '
of material. K. H. C.
building
Mr.
Kendrick Miss Cecile Hartzog to
\Ve have'aot had the opportunity of I impossible to make ir: much Hf'LLEY)1.J Ph.D.. DeLand, Fla. .
Archie King of Dupont. ReW.. A. ,
late CJ! seeing Mr. E. O. Cordrey Mr.
__ __ u i, worse than it has been for a long I REPLY: TO. COMNISS10t R MATH.EV5 . .. Weir o_ciatin;. -- ---- '-
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Frank E. Smith Her.: B. I. Hull and be desire =
There to ao
time. seen
y This happy event took place at 1') \
several others. Our opinion is that on the part of the managers of the .....................*. .......*.. NHH44N.4+... .44)
o'clock Tuesday morning, April :;'th.
they are to their eyes on the farm.
aji road to accommodate the public. The Lynn, Fla. May S. 1&+!7.
and witnessed few
was by only a
We will hear from then later. trains are from one-half hour to three I To the Editor of the Ocala Baaaer:
close relatives and friends. it has
Hsadsome Samuel 1 Ixeg of Palmetto 1 Hew Accounts I
hours late natty every Give me a little more space to been our good fortune to have Miss: '
is tere: on a visit to his sister, Mrs. to to Ocala Your train is I
want go briefly reply to oar friend Mathews. Cecile with us for a few months alf )
Thomas Randall. Mr. Long speaks *
advertised to leave at 12:24 p. m. Itne"er First. I want to thank the honorable -
she proved to be quite a favorite, and ,
well cf the southern section of the
: I does it is 1, 1:30 or 2 o'clock
; commissioner for being frankenough
it is with much reluctance at we We constantly adding new accounts :
Hate, but "Marion wears the crown before it tearea. You wish to lean"cJeala to lender his regrets for not her are
give
f I up.

he We!says.regret very much that ve can t t.y for Belieview. The time tablet giving my proposal for the hire of i The bride was dressed heautifu: t and our business is increasing at I IC
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sags they leave at : p. Q. I he! fourteen reserved convicts The i ,
send Silver the I in white silk. while Mr. King looked .
not Springs run to

Jamestown Exposition for the sum- do not. bur Yon will to two have hours to wait or norefor fromonehalf I prompt hat it and justly thorough merited."consideration There, is very handsome in conventional oack.! : a very satisfactory rate Possibly you also :

ALBERT A. GRAHA1I. i Miss Cecile was the only da ?her of

mer. I your train. The writer has "fait-I 1 where mistake was made. In good Mrs. Grace. She was born and raiseiin ** might be glad to join us. $ :
until 6-15 : : I % :
ed p. m., three-quarters 0 fa.it and tarry of purpose. I made *
EVINSTON, BOARDMAN AKI3 M1 :- Marion county. and is an accony'.l > .
an I'or V-ing taken up in trytoI |! -t-A.. r"r'. .. *. -.....r- ? r-.. .*..,._" ,' .
w 1 IN703H : i- / 4 V.' -".1 ::=hed young lady. Mr Kin: ? =a 1,1
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J :: : : :: :-:: :::: 'jl:'! reel proud of his: :-::eLCLOl. Mr. K.nz.a ,.

Special to the Ocala Banner: | i.j ; a' c co'il-i :leave the statics.: ; :::'::,1 .j'Jw1S v r cakJt4, per 1')nEu. .: valued employe of the VY .Whre ow J ;- q

The!: : case of the town v 5. Warn-! payable quarterin: ad.ancf.tr f.J1Y\MnvkL\ B hNn. i
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Smith and son i or Lumber Company at Dupont.We .
marl:: for the violation: of an ord.. !' *
mor of their !'f's-"n-d f-,:. 5OCALA
of Tacoma spent last Saturday with : neen convict wish for them many years of .
LasTe of ta- said town, relative: roi;t ;. +
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Richardson of Ev- ,; I i'A eievate, do ye-, thatvertiseaem 'j r i happiness and prosperi'y. The happy j : *

futon. j hogs of Eia-residenta rootirs- jp and :i tae: f>..JtEl men rrrfd in rtICa'l, !',: couple left the same day for Dup.nt.1 I .+ -:1. .. t44N4i

Mr. Waiters of Evinston has pure : destroying:! the wall! and street of;' for :i.- Lire of convict i i'vrljni i heir future home. A Friend: i, .90NN.4++4-. ..++.+..t.+49o 4si i .t 34N... -

chased a home near the depot and j said town came before J. A FrFu .-. : :, .o :.ie co The boari did I I ,

;' i.Il. E>-I.. acting: ayor, on the ./-ic: r-s-rve the r.ghto: then:. I j.1 I ___ ___ __ __ __ ____ __ --
is already building his bouse. nv'r.1 :I --- -- -- -

} The public school at Eviaaton is to{: R. B Bul.ock for the town and Car fvr them, in Jan-iar. i/J t Id bred :'. 'I

.: close next Frida}'. The patrons are!i l lq loL S:-'!':lnk for ief-niai: Ca.- : ." "'.er/i ,a Apr... I =; ; : -o ;t:: f.V J 'Y j vv'-I "N\ (

j so well pleased with Miss McRae as1 I was di"'ied: in favor ',f tnir 'OTH. Or' _:_>...A.: r ,1 A.A:., ._.. "T,- "n''.r'_. T','J. ;--r.:, .r_ .'\{_,h..:...._' 1! <

a %n. of hai>eas COl''l.- \Vammacaaj :.:
J j'ft.irds Bro.ar.a ,
a teacher that they are anxious toj!, : wouli o- -a :- ,

have her back again next year. !, h'ousht before Judge Bullock with fhree. four rr s-::. of ''.-
i on May :rd. Case d'd'ied in favor ; Keatinoai
vicin-i riTVfC'jn.ra.ssiontr: F'.r'
Mr. Angus L. McRae of this I : aKj4.e :
I of tram!,.ack. The rown intends r<) ,
ity has purchased the old homesreadcf Zf- then" II: pn essloc ;\.t&: I "'J'l.'

carry the case TO the supreme: court.If : : for all: The fourteen .
Judge Mimma. and will establish :!: r-:: -r-.v. 1anwered ;i:
they ai there they w.ii! try u enforce '; that I '
wouia tai
.. a cannery there. j i :: 'hfeci al::
| r 2flaw in three different way, i! ar that price. I a---r-d
thc
Mr. J. P. Richardson is expected] I was

home tomorrow for a short visit to 1: .trying: one at a time until all: ar3riei i!I and there ::;a: my pro"v.-ai ;=: :curd: \>- i &

bis parents Dr. and Mrs. \\'. M. unless the case is won before I! considered at that (Apr.li:; I session.. 'I Company
.
Richardson. hat time With the exception of i b'lt it was no'. I

three or four our citizens are determined I
t The truckers find it hard to get' I Now. my friend MathIf! Y')';

sufficient labor to pick heir bean to prevent our streets ant think I am trying to "pjiaon ray '! Successors: to Strauss & Co. ) .

crop. walks from being rooted up by hogs minds of the people"or mad! th eti. 1I 1- )
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9 and their lives made miserable from
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Good rains have fallen since last in any way. I here and now offer ate t
the fleas said hogs breed in great '. board of comniicsi: ,
Friday making it possible now for county toners thir-

crops to grow. numbers and leave wherever they go. I ty-three and one-third dollars; per I

Miss Charlotte Faunbauch is back The annual election for town officers -i capita per month. for any or ali o.' I i' } WHOLESALE, DEALERS
I LIQUOR I '
dome for the vacation. is to be held May It. | the fourteen reserved co':ary con :
conference held" '
Quarterly was on
Mrs. Will Hopkins is in Quincy. victs. As you seem ro want a !uu;,
the the M. E. church. The I
s visiting her sister, Mrs. John AJle 6th at hole to get out at, this r<::r.iovri al'misuaderstandings. : '

Miss Lee Reed has closed ber )residing elder was present. Rev. will r.t ms: :>::.td

'. school near DeLand and is now at :,1.. Sildefield: had so far recovered] anybody and stops the ioov hol- Ocala Florida

home. from his illness that he was abe: to Just intiaiafa to me thaf you aI'"' i c ,

attend The conference approved the :: ,
Major Sam Means has returned tobin i not bound hand and foot TJ ;uur con- '
action of the trustees in selling, !and :: I _
home at Spartanburg. S. C. I act, and I wilt! submit tlx.n an:' -

. where he will spend the summer. .''I ro .MrV.. D. P. Pratt. i!r :lg at your nest nee'::_:: of thoard. -f i i RYE WHIS
Miss r. D. L51; tsey. oar worthy cnsa 'I I if p..- '' .: .,' SPECIAL fOURQUART
: Myrtle Allen of Gr tncastle. :
t )
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bitis h. k listCarf I : :. Qt Bottl.5 ?:
e. Ind. has closed her school near I on : Secondly: are you qir-! ari- r ."p..H. . . ." ; .
': Fairfield and Is now visiting! h-r uncle I .(T.'''rs Haines and Shed i !lave: .I ii..nd la1ht--. 'gat: YIJ'!' fY! ha.: ) K-.u::t G:;.,. : : : : : I OfEER lele . . . .7' '

: : I !,il' '1 !arwa'r: tank r >r the ''.' i s;...!l'I -- fang of Kentucky . . .:-: ..
; Will Allen! and family! at Mcfn ; t con ifon Aj!,rii: _n.l l t;:a; cater I (' h------------------ ::111 ... AP t

: tosh before returning home. ; Ngri.1: and S':1thl'rr: LUJJ'u- "'r I Y r-r,);<<),3,;': ... "Tl q1; : $ K"dtlH.JlJ ": I'r'J": . . ...,., '.., FOR s-)90 Strauss I role Joe . 1.,. .".;
Corn.:11.: Tt.at' ,' .. . . . . + Royal Reserve 1. -,
{ r Mr. Sam Waikup, of the firm of 1 pan at 'r ::'JJ '" tllr !;')ard ::ai rEed-j $::l.-:; I > "1 "n.'g'i'l-:: .J'-."' . .-. . . -. :.::, WP i'.11 -.r-n :. "ipress'id Marylaml" Rye. . . 1 .,

Walkup Bros.. I is off on a short business I workrU2G I : -r montu r-jr ar./ one coa; ic" Ha .... Pwn'U<,z.. .-. . . r ;..:, prepaid 4 full!: quarts of U d Harvest: Corn . 1. ( .
Sari Gardner has :niprod 1.:- MT boar .''''. vtd .;'J F-rn Hill;! . . . ",.'"' Pilgrimage . . i..' .
. trip. i: r': ; over J7: per STRAUSS I V L Cascade . .' .
!I h.jiitvtry much! by !buldii*? an .. I idl'ioa i- Ii I j ::;. 'nth for nay (convict? Did not the! I ('ia z traus- 71)'I'! -- White Oak : : .: ":. : : : : 1.I.: ,,' '

;: to the sanje Long cu h- CORN WHISKEY. ,, Fern Hiil . 1 {
DEATH AT MARTEL y v>ar<: snr.a rebate of fir't;: cent;: I Tcnr.cn : r . .$1:j" FOR 53.0 Strauss" 76 ". . 1 ,
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t' I ,ltr to Enjoy it. : ;n-r tnofh!' t,:1 a'l tr.p c/ ,o Nrih Curoiir.arn I.T" ul id Oscar Pepper ..',', .- -
; mfy convicts t : h .1.
;: : :: : L'.. we \\-1 send : '- &..
CT, : ....tnyW.rn . > : express .
The Beiiexi 'w Worurs n- a' 'n : t : Planter* . '
: Special to the Ocala Banner: ? Le' not n-.ialea-I.! I :hall! be I . tui. 1 ; S
L \!',untiin Corn . . :3 prepaid quarts of ; Black and"white : : : :
Sear ,
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home of Mrs. O. )I. Gale ind. h
Martel. May 3. 1907. I hay : fnjni IC Corn . 3'*'*
away T.county a f'W'E'ek?. Iti.! tL.r\--t p. STRAUSS ;>\1t. Vernon . 1.--
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ROYAL -
:" Lonnie Deck of Martel died Monday I and enjoyed a 5 o'clock tea. R-:>\';' hut Viiil l i ar.-v.f-r any ju;=: r demand: j GIN.S' ; 'G'I

.. night from the effects of typhoid fever say it was a veryenjoyable afair: j AH in kinda > \ an dn; . . P. . .$'. 1 RESERVE "
I ss.I I T t"\ Gin . . . . .1.".., _
zr p.-
and was buried at Fellowship zr I R. F. ROGERSi :> H '- '-2' :1 Hto: ;'

; church the next day at 3 p. m. A I II I I ';iSd Gin JIn.. p.. ::. :. ::. : : iX.FOR. $150"P London' Dock Gin .t ._._ i

A Double Wedding b Occur at Flem I ':.'cuon Gin . . .. 3.0e I Horand1nGi':: . . "
large procession of loving friends accompanied :i An Accident at Ounnellon I RUM i I We will send' 4 full 4 t.. ;: . ; . . .' }11.i "
: the remains and the people ingtonA | From i Phosphate Gin . ,
: Friday .
i Morning's Daily. ; !
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) NVw England Rum .S 2 o'H OLD j Booth Tom
1 : Gin i'
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generally of Fellowship turned social event of unusual interest .1.3 '
: = Yesterday morning an accident occurred Jamaica Rum . . .3.90 i
: 4 out. The religious exercises were willtake place near Flemingtoc on at the ice plant at Dunnellon i, BRANDY. I!! HARVEST CORN MALT WHISKEY. p:

L conducted in the church by Dr. Car the fifteentb this month. At that which badly hurt Mr. John Dil Iarr!. 't BLukb", rry Brandy . . ..1..0';: The best goods to be'n' Per Qt Bottl"_
"- ; .. . . 3.00"! Pure Malt .
Brandy .
Buwys
V'
roll of Ocala assisted by rev M. H.Otitland. time Misses Alice and Maggie [ had "
superintendent of the plant. He wa I p'i.h Brandy . . . 3.tJ. fur the: money. . . / .. 1:a,! t' "
The Masons then moved inprocession Vaughn, the lovely twin daughters of badly scalded and he swallowed a Cdiitoraia CogrdC, . . 3./ :I SWEET GOODS. i _"
FOR
t to the grave and Masonic- Mr. B. H. Vaughn one of Marion large quantity of ammonia fumes. At VI I N E. 56.00 j Per Gal I ,

r ally consigned all that was mortal of county's oldest citizens will be united first it was feared that he was fata!! i-" uswaba- Wine .$ '; We '"1 11" Peach and Honey "a" grade .$irqsK :4
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P.n \Vjrifr . . 1.5'' prepaid 4 Esj-ar
their deceased brother to mother in marriage. Miss Alice Vaughnwill injured but later : H' H Rye iTSjis: : :
developments show
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f: earth under the solemn and impressive become the wife of Mr. Ben ed that Mr. Dillard's injuries were --. '1- V..r-. . . . ;: --:.: STRAUSS FAMOUS' .Rook and R>'t" ""' grade . :2.1'.

-'-. \Vt.- . . 4 itr.gt> BrlIhlv . . . '
I- : r .r'
: rites of that lie Chambers of Lake : "
and
fraternity was I Orange Miss only slight which will be good newto ; : ;. .- ."'L.. T'A.::.".. . t I "t7S" J RYE :-a-u Hrupdy. . . ." ::1: j
universally beloved 'by all who knew I Maggie Vaughn will be married to Mr. his friends. Mr. Dillard's father \'hdt; Brandv. . ,"I.).' .I.

r' him because of his genial manners j( Barnett of Spartaaburg S. C. I came down from Micanopy yesterdayafternoon ; .. i

f-' r and upright deportment. He was a I Mr. Chambers is well known here. expecting to go on to Dun

w" consistent member of the Daptist' lie is a brother of Mr. W. J. Chambers nellon but on reaching here receive.i ia } Those Na

:.. church and belonged to the Masonic i 10f Tampa and Mr. H. S. Chambers of wire that his son would be brought Keating & Co

lodge at Cotton Plant. The bereaved city, and Mr. Barnett is a prom. here to the hospital, but later in th-

relatives have the profound sympathyof inent young business man of Spar- afternoon he was telegraphed that h,-

I ,. the entJr community. tanburg. was not badly hurt, so Mr. Diilard 00 la Florida! JiNV

t; This double wedding is being look will go down to Duaaelloa this morn- ,

: Both of Mr. Trammel's franchise ed forward to with a great deal of in- ing. ThP :Jured gentleman is a
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i: tax bills tare been at least temporarily terest by the many f rtra!s of the eon: brother ')f Mr;?. T. M. Moore of this

: : WHed by the legislature. teeth ,artt;<.-. ., .!;'We N. *
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. Meeting of the Confederate Veterans

,. HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. !
Tit l, < 'unft'd*;rate veterans, Marion :

('(t nip :Vi ;:>;. met at the comf'il! . ..-M. II .. . . . . . .
If YOU ('ha.i..tr: : Monday morning at eleven u-

M .IW" Those present were L. M. f
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;rai'alt;. commander; E. T. Williams. ?- ,

a...,,tan : T. D. Lancaster treasurer T Y. / ;

lTOUCn .I 1 :M Martin.. D. A. Smitb, J. A. Rea- ;8 ir Congressman Y YGives

>' out..- L>. H. Irvine, S. J. McAteer, W. ,'",,-: ,'"'. :?h9'r '9 / '---\ ,'- tT ,

r 0 Ma--y. C. C. Priest, H. C. Gates. b/ :::.::.-:,,:.. -- ,,. '
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A, 1. K.i'helberger, J. H. Livingston '
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toALUM Sr ; :\1. Hubbard. I. P. Stevens. .j!, .. I
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il and Frank Harris. ': : .:'
McKinney ,
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t ",'h.IP. runes of the last meeting : :" '::'-::::.-.-" ::::" ::::.': '\ :',\ ,
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: : <"I i ;iiiinutee, who has the applica- Ml{ Praise ;

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i"II "f Mr.-. Moore's pension in charge ;;:,ffj? -=. .'=

and 1 look in the glass-you see the effect-- j' : '. d\ :hat progress is being: : made .,;?- ::--.-.....;,_. .'i-'I;.: .. = ....1 --,- i
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:.1. i ,:ar the state authorities hate '..- ToCatarrh.
You makes Lj 1 -
: can't help puckering you pucker yy ) ;... .u.-:;;-.. __-_ : :__:__:_
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to think of it. \ : ,. uittee: :\rd be continued. ?::
tasting / < u: < j>: to
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P.ommitt: -,e on tt.! application \,_ : =rti-na
By the use of so called cheap Baking J H ,: iTt .," ,I ,.
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y 4 r \ J L HarreP) to bHcoii.p a member ::, "_.:._ --""""' : 't ::'' ,

Powders this Alum it' b.! :Marion count;y camp! reported .:-: d.::-- :. \ ': :: ,
you-take puckering, injurious /j / t_ 1i.. ,. F '
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< ,<'r-<';.v. and as MM 'o i U ilischamMl ; .J't1 ; ':: ora I
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into i .== : t;( / i> i'' i'yt"I ,
? right your system-you injure digestion \ \C / .. :; ,
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( 'i.'i..ander r graham; asked ti.r.! f.
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and ruin your stomach. $ ?} ';lu oat :;> prepare a roll of all soldier ;., a ==- -:== .yr- ): Iv 1S !,
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AVOID ALUNSqpIaI4fr ..::- : > .J R If
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i.aengraved! on the monument s '

( ,,,!. tu be erected in this city by M.I 1." t.t --, ,. .1''t ..\, '.

I a'rrlHt-r of the Confederacy. ;';
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\ (I'( mrailt-s W. C. Jeffords, H. \\' : :? ., p I
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mrI :i.u'U": and! E. T. Williams were ap t i :' .'f/.r ,
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I ix'in'Mi' the committee to prepare thi-! /Ffv I ,
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(I' 'tt! :rade D. H. Irvine ga\e M.t "" ; // -' I

( i/f B. F. and H. r"a'liiip. .v. '_ .... I -'
:M.-i: Vaugrm
'Royal is made from pure, refined Grape Cream:: of Tartar-Costs more !; ) who desire to become men' t.---.._.. -rtF.-.t. N-/i.-.Mt. S-. S S .--M.'SCofrt'fss1f.i -

t" than Alum but \'OU have the .)fit of the prH: :> cf cod health. J-., : r thr-: camp. Blank! applicants: MEEKJSON COMMENDS Pt -RU-It.

J'J :fi ; --nil-neil I ; : t1i m, to DP prop*"-!'' r-. benefited )
I .f ::!ie u: v': s,er.v/ fe/ci of /'trw/ia did / tsel grtsily
fih
91: ii timftstfi lv formally considered at the next / use it a shurt time lunger I \4ilbe fully able to eradicate the disease of\)

r.1.rh..TComrade. < thirty years' stJndin.Va.id.. Meekhon. I "
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I Harris called attention to :|

:Local and PC sonal's Dr S. 11. Bil'.i'' i Kti! :1111" i f" '!'ala-! t'ha-. !li,,1!Il! h!K'-! -Jon1 ro Ocala: the fact that this camp had promised : OTHER RtMARKABLE: CLRES.

Ltsc: : .l ftl! a situ: t \l it.Mr. i \vht-ic hina:, litnn ummuued! as a donate hundred Mr. Jacob L. Davis, Ualena, Stoae county, Mo., writes: "I have been in bad
to one and fifty dollars !-,
-- health for thirty-ev-n years, and after taking twelve bottles of your Peruna 1
witness before t the of Marion :
:: grand: jury -
the Daughters of the Confederacy -
to
i Mr. E. Kidd well-kuown architect, 5477 Jefferson Ave... Chicago
am cured. A. ,
Mrs. D. A. Clark i .id her pretty I Ralph T. Birdsey, who has county. It will be remembered I for the Confederate i<
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monument 111.,writes: "I have had catarrh over half of my life., I tried nearly every catarrh
little daughter, Et :, spent Wednesday been spending a week in Ocala left that Mr. Dell a few weeks ago purchased -
: which they propose erecting in this ; remedy advertised, beside a ;;;: rest many physicians' treatments, all of which

. in Ocala. ; Wednesday morning for his home in from Davis Williams, a negro, I city. That the obilgation was a sa- :, failed. I had heard and read of Peruna and decided to try it. I have taken seven

[ Macon, Ga. While in Ocala Mr. a mare, which was afterwards provo! cred one and that the Daughters are I bottles of it and weigh; 172 pound-."

I! Birdsey was the guest of his uncle, ed to be stolen
Miss Lillie llcCcun has gone to I property and Mr. j now completing arrangements for the I A SINCERE 8ECOMME\DATIOM.

, 1 Crystal River to ss end a few days I Ij : Mr. W. L. Jewett. Dell is out the price of the animal. ); purchase of the monument, and he I Mr. D. C. Prosser, R. F. D. N'o. 2, Shelby, OceanaCo., Mlch.Jwrites: "Two yean

j with her father. I I Williams will be prosecuted, and Mr. | asked thai the hundred and fifty dollars -I ago 1 was badly abided with catarrh of the stomach. I had had a run of typhoid

i Special Sale of Sheet Music Dell will be one of the prosecuting j be in bank their I i fever, was very depleted. 1 could find nc thing 1 could eat without causing distress -
placed to credit. I
1 I For one week we offer: all our sheet and sour stomach. Finally 1 came to the conclusion that I had catarrh of
Rev. 1i. V. Atkisson will preach witnesses.-Gainesville Sun. j j1Ir The stated that :
II adjutant
music at 10 cents per copy, regard- ji I only fifty- the stomach and seeing Peruna advertised, began: to take it. It helped me soon,
: ntxt Sunday at :3 o'clock in the six dollars of this amount had been cured of stomach trouble,
less of price. Some choice stand- i | and after taking three or four bottles 1 was entirely

church at Stady. ard music in the lot, worth $1 per ,James Mongere, Ocala's famous raised, and it was urged that active lad can now eat anything." '

copy. Ocala Music Store. caterer and one of the best in'i' steps be taken to raise the remainder -
i Maj. Thomas C. Hall of Gainesville of the amount. A committee for this -
the South has been
given
a permit I
1 Ga., is in the city for a few which The Knight Hardware CompanyDr. ..........
was appointed '
I purpose con
George Giles & Company expect to : to erect a building on Expositionstreet i.

! days. erect a big addition to their cotton in the rear of the H. B. Masters sisted of Comrades T. D. Lancaster, S. H. Butch assignee for the

H. \\ Long, J. M .Martin, E. T. WilHams O. K K. [
and moss factory back of tr-o Ocala store. He proposes to conducta i T. W. Smith Hardware GRoIv1T
)Ir. K. C. Douglass and Mrs. Hen
companY'j
j and J. H. Sr. I
steam laundry. Their business is Increasing first class ice cream and cold drink Livingston transferred the same \
derson were visitors to Ocala WedDfSday f i
so rapidly that this step has establishment for colored people. It This committee was urged to proceed the Knight Hardware Company, and I
1 from Citra.
immediately with the work of
become: absolutely necessary will bf fixed up in a most creditable I the business will be carried on un-

well known citi- manner and will be run especially raising this money so as to have the der the new management at the same
Mr. Sic Mjers, a
:ztn of Marion county, was visitor Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mathews of for the trade of the tony colored peepie I the same on hand at the next meeting of stand and they will also occupy the Lime Mints, 10 and 25c. I .

Candler are spending a few days this of the city. |, camp. warehouse that was used by the T.
to Ocala Wednesday.Mr. The reunion to be held in Richmondon : Apple Juice, pts. 1Cc.
week in Ocala the guests of Mr. \V. Smith Company.The .
May 27th discussed and it Ginger Ale, 15c.
1 was was lr.1 : pts.,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. new firm is composed of I
C. Y. Miller of Leroy was Mathews' parents. Mr. R. A. Burford has :
just returned
urged that the camp be representedat + Ginger Ale, half 10c.
pts.
,
the well Known citizens doIng Mathews. Mr. Mathews reports that from L. J. Knight of this city and Capt.
among Gainesville, where be has t
this reunion. Dr. D. A. Smith of :
business in Ocala Wednesday.Dr. everything b in fine condition around been J. B. Martin of Oklawaha. Mr. Puffed Rice, 15c.
attending the session of the cir
Candler. Anthony and Mr. H. C. Gates of Ocala Knight will be the active manager, j : Dates in bulk pound) 10c.
cuit court. He says that Capt. J. N. will In all the dele- .
probability
as lS
Reeves of In- go and it is safe to assume that the Korn Kinks, 5c. i.
and Mrs. Horace Strobhar. whose case was on for trial to Richmond.
Wednesday Mrs. John Dozier and her dausb gates new company will make a name in Corn Flake, 10c.
vtrntss \\t're'isitors to Ocala at this term of the court, is in a There further .
being the
Wednesday no business i Celery Flake, 1Cc.
of the Ocala ter. Miss Edna Dozier left the commercial historyof Ocala. + .
and were guests precarious condition that
he
; was
for Azelia, in the mountains of camp adjourned. Mr. Knight is an active and accurate i + Clam Chowder, 31b. cans, 25c. .
Hout-e. brought from Montgomery on a : White Rose Tea, 60c. :
North Carolina near Asheville, to business man, has a host of I
stretcher and that he talked incoherently White Rose Canned Goods
join Mr. Dozier, and to spend the CIRCUIT COURT MATTERSFor friends and well wishers throughout I : +
Mr. H. D. Bassett, who is with the so much to that his attorneyssaid + Heinz' Pickles in Bottle and :
summer there. They expect to return I. tht county and Captain Martin is 1
at Arcadia + .
Bradley Phosphate Company that he could not plead. He had Bulk
to Ocala in the fall. some reason or another our I uue of our most popular and best +
was registered at the Ocala two physicians attending him. His + Fruit Jars and Tops.
;
Mergenthaler linotype machine fail- i known men. .
House yesterday. case was continued.Mr. .
\ 4 Mr. Coley WestbrooU of Montezuma ed to do its duty Tuesday, in conse- The Knight Hardware Company I I.+ 1

\ w" Mr. Lett M. Johnson, a prominent Ga., came to Ocala Tuesday to I uence of which several items had to : t'as all the financial backing desira- I.I I : i

business man of LLake City, was noted spend a while and will probably locate I W.V.. Stripling, representing be left out of our Wednesday morn- : ble and they start out under the I : .

the visitors to Ocala on here. lie went out to Zuber yes- the C. B. Van Deman Company of ing paper, among which was the item most auspicious circumstances.The .
among
Wednesday. terday to see his friend. Dr. Clifford I Jacksonville, was kept busy yesterday pertaining to the session of the circuit : CLARK BROTHERS ;

I Vincent, and will return to Ocala to- shaking hands with! his Ocala I court. Young Ladies' Card Club .

1 Mrs. Hall of Jacksonville, who has day. j friends Mr. Stripling has just re- The court was convened by his j i ; Phone 174. PROPS :

turn spending some months in : turned from a trip as far south as honor, Judge William S. Bulock, in lie weekly meeting of the Young 1 .

t Ocala with her sister, Mrs. Gibb Mc- Mr. Frank Reagan of Brooksville ; Fort Myers, and says that the drouth front of the temporary court house, Ladies' Card Club was held This week ..4...4......*.*..*.....w

Wednesday. Mr. Rea- I in that section is alarming. That he the jurors occupying chairs under
Rae, has returned home. was in Ocala win Miss Esther Weathers who entertained .
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I I gan and his family are now at Lake I does not believe it is any exaggeration the shade of the trees. Judge Bul- I on Friday afternoon. 1

Mrs. David Burnett went down to Weir for their annual summer outing j to say that ten per cent. of the lock, as is his custom, gave a very Miss Weathers always entertains !i I i pin cases. #

Rockwell several days ago to visit II and Mr. Reagan came up to !pine trees have died from the effects impressive charge to the grand jury. delightfully, and any kind of party at Miss Meta Jewett will entertain the

her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Moore, I Ocala to procure some supplies for jof I the drouth and that the orange The jurors elected Mr. J. W. Crosby her home is thoroughly enjoyed. She club next week. ,

\ fur a couple of weeks. their camp. I and grapefruit trees are in a bad foreman and Mr. W. W. Clyatt I i is noted as a graceful and pleasing

} i plight. That the leaves are curled clerk. The jury was in session all hostess and never goes back on her My Best Friend

Caroline l' and are dropping off: and of day Wednesday in the jury room in : Alexander Benton. who lives on flut
Mrs. John Williamson has returned Mr. Thomas Wilson of South I' course I i reputation. ral Route 1, Fort Edward. N. Y. says: ;

s home from a week's visit to her who formerly owned a large too trees have lost a part of the fruit the new court house and the fore- I A charming guest at this meeting "Dr King's New Discovery is :i v best

j rf."> I .;:ser, Mrs. John Martin, at Istachat'Xl'P tract of pine lands stretching from I j but: no doubt the recent rains have man held them down strictly to business 'of the club was Mrs. John Sandford I'f I earthly six years friend.ago. It It has cured also me performed of asthma a 1

:: ? I is reached that secion, at least in time and he hopes to be able to effect l i
ta. Ocala to the Withlacoochee river Jewett, an attractive young bride, !1 i wonderful cure of incipient consumption -
I
T I the if an adjournment by the end of 'I for my son's wife. The fir!-r bo' -
"' i iregisur/d: at the Ocala House, and it to ave trees not the fruit. who has just come to make this city t
: tie ended the terrible cought, and this
Mr. Villakmga P. Smith, a well ( is believed that he is here for the 1 I I tte week. her home. The other players were I accomplished the other symptoms: !left

known citizen of Waeahoota, and .an I purpose ot making another timber Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough The petit jury was discharged and I I Misses Miriam Pasteur, Margaret Ea- i one by one, until she was perf-
i'd! time subscriber to this paper, I Remedy a new jury will be drawn for the i well Dr. King's New Discovery'spower
Meta Jewett
i deal of some nature. I I gleton, Ethel Robinson I over coughs and colds i>, simply -
People everywhere take pleasure in
paidus a friendly visit Wednesday. testifying to the good qualities of June term. Valeta Potter. Annie Davis, Sara and t marvelous." No other remedy has
' f I The furniture for the ever equalled it Fully guaranteed by
new courthouse
Hall Chamberlain'! Cough Mrs. Hattie
Peasant% Dance at Yonge's Remedy. Louise Harris. Sara McCreery, Tydings & Co., druggists. 50c. and $1.
Edward Phillips of Barclay. Md., has all is be-
nearly arrived
It was rumored some days ago that The young society men gave an in- I writes: "I wish to tell you that I can Dye, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, Mrs. W. Trial bottle free. m

( Mr F. W. Kunze had sold an inter- formal dance last night at Yonge's recommend Chamberlain's Cough ing placed in position and everything H. Powers Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. :M.
I
1 est in his North Magnolia street business I Hall. There were fifteen couples Remedy. My little girl Catharine, will be in readiness for the J. Roess and Mrs. Arthur Hardaker. Mr. J. T. Sutphin, who is pleasant
who is two years old, has been tak-
which will the first Tuesday
Mr. Kunze: asks us to state present and the evening was a very ing this remedy: whenever she has hada court meet After toe games a very delightful i remembered as having spent sHv''ral

that there is no truth in the report. pleasant one. The special guest of cold since she was two months old. in June. fruit salad with wafers and frozen weeks here last year during the an-
About a month ago I contracted a I '
i the evening was Miss Emily Askew I dreadful cold myself, but I took I. coffee was served by Misses Janet taloupe season is again with H:&: and

,% i '- Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Miller. after i of Savannah, who is a most attract- I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was Don't Pay Alimonyto I Weathers, Carrie Miller and Annie is registered at the Ocala House He
-* i I soon as well as ever." This remedy is be divorced from your appendix.
i! spending a week in Ocala, have ive visitor to Ocala. I for sale by all druggists. mlj There will be no occasion for it if you Atkinson. is representing one of the big New

gone to Valdosta Ga., where Mr. Miller Prof. W. S. Pike and ilr. Frank I keep your bowels regular with Dr.King's I Miss Jewett and Mrs. Roess won York commission houses and spends
New Life Pills. Their action is
!;. t f j': I will make his headquarters for Mathews played for the dancing and I FOR SALE-Fine young milch cow so gentle that the appendix never bueau."Ie I the prizes lovely little satin pin cases : a large part of his time in Florida. He

l: be present. He is traveling for a the young folks enjoyed the dance e. 'and month-old calf. Apply at Carlton to. make the least complaint.3taraa and :MrsJewett was also presen'ed I! had his headquarters at Starke during -
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--i! by & i''* drug _-
+ Ty.l'nar-
d. Houne. : : with one of these! !oily little the entire strawberry season.
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THE OCALA BANNER I r :Mr. Bryan's Commoner prints the : THE LAST VETERAN j Tom Watson has tomahawked Harvey Tee Real Trouble t. THE GROWTH OF TEMPERANCEWhen >

I dec-oa: of the Florida supreme court : !i. Jordan, he of cotton fame. Editor I i Fcr years the editor has lived in a :

--- -- -- 1!; in the case brought against the A. C. i, He was the last veteran: of ail Tom is never happy unless he has a'i''dry county, and while much has been *! we were a boy there *-.-- u a
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'- FRANK HARRIS, Editor.P. ," 1. Railway by Attorney General Ellis ; those who had fought for home and scalp of some unfortunate hanging to''' sail about blind tigers it is his opin-j "barrooms' nor no "blind i n."*:r- i

..'i.:' V. Leavengssd, Business Managr. at the instance of the Ocala board of,: right, he alone was left alive. j' his belt. !I lion that the real trouble lies in the I'. Whiskey was almost a-> tree as Wa,-r ._ K

rade. I And now Death came to<< lay its uaad j jug and case goods trade. which are I from the well. It wa- : ->-+r than ice

tt TM l 1l upon fcim. One soldier's grave was Those "pardons"given by the par ordered from here, there and everywhere -t t state, because ice: :,.: : fur e t-en I

4 yy ':": *- Florida legislature, or rather a sri. unfilled and the sleepless sex ': doning board at Tallahassee look good by individuals.-Manatee Re- !!I cents per pound ani whiskey: su.d

N \-&r A it, appears determined to swat ton waited, leaning on his spade. j i to us. It shows that there is some I cord. i only for teu cents: per Bottle an.! .JE- "

T.- r.ooze dispensers going and com- s II i! soul about our public officials. In I full bott'e: was excbar.Je'i for t* I

.:h' -j to speak. Several members of: A little" patch of[ sunlight rested up- !., these days when there is so much callousness T. Albert Jennings enjoys the peculiar empty: ores.

( :," :,'J'y: not satisfied wih local bills on the coverlet, and the dying man these things stand out like I distinction of being a Florida ; :: f
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f -, .' ring the sale, offer legislation; placed his only hand there that the the shadow of a r>ck in a weary land. cracker who parts his name in the.; : : :: '1

f if passed would: eliminate tender warmth might kiss it with its'': I! middle. He may take comfort. howi i j in the rear room which was free to _

-e: at every point in the state.arhcola .- !H!*' of gold ; The republicans of the South de- ;i ever, from the fact that W. Sherman I all customers.
'
", Times. And the words be spoke were as the land: the renomination of Roosevelt. Jennings|i (no kin to T. Albert: I was I It must have been: \"..<- :shuttle:: L..... ,1.\,

words' of one wh' dreams of tiisrantTh.ags : The republicans of the South are i| elected governor in spire of bis no: I cause there were a g-jod; c-any srn; ,

"ii'or V.Vtr-rson's =:. cacular: E-:- : for they had a mystic sweet- wise. If he is renorninated he will ]I being a "cracker:" in spite cf part- brawls and famiy! fe'id and tha! :-

FRIDAY f.'AY '(,. '307 :.,r to a.'' ,'.-c a clamor or the non.- ness, and Death tarried that he too be r lected. but it will mean the dis- !! big his name in the middle: in spite I 1 would break out o<-c'is: naiy: way: f'II'ter .'

-- .- :L3'oo .: H'.S'-S'' : for i,:'+--i-ient: by tie" :might:: hear. > solution of tbe republican party. It ;of the middle name that constituted ; alarming manifestation?. and duels .

'repufa' a-.- :-.a" met wits a most d:=- L will be broken into fragments and the party of the middle par-\Iomi-:; were sometimes in e-":'i..r.-. f
Y The recent cold! in Indiana killed
astro1.- :a.l:;!"-::. it ha r-oved: a s<:c- Now I kn.-.w '!ia- the dying have will ultimately be annihilated.The cello Constitution. ; The open decanter traced every )
eight million tomaro plants.! '
!L : ond :.r. r.Ktion of t: Union. Ev-n visions for :.:e words he spoke were i sideboard. We think; rraw.. Camisay j
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:'. ::: Great hail atoms are-prevailing- all] Edirr.: Graves' surge 'i.:: n-et with amore these:: !! Florida legislature has more County Parched for Want of Rain ;! with safe:y: that 'iris.rZ:: :: wa T i
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; over the country and are destroying, tolerant! welcoo:: "Bring- mr- the rusty musket and than run half its length and citizens !.' A dispatch from Kissimmee says,': rule: we believe it 1= nuT tbe tS'ilion. -;-. i

what peaches the cold did not kill. ,i .. -.- the faded coat of gray for y'r.Jin air: over the state are Le mnms to no rain has fallen in that section for, \
i-. | Live Oak c .a.zs: a j-opiiia'ion of breathe more, freely. Some: men go 1
I the
.1 fc
i 17,'it+ >, or :..""r-aIJIJutE. An important: far to that it would be a': "
I the so as say "
Apalachicola claims to be one hundred i' Long ao thought war wasover. crops are a failure in consequence, ini : Three ir,riis lla.y:

i miles nearer the Panama canal 'election was rtontly held for :-:*at .. but i must !have been mistaken: ; good thing for the! country if there: some casas no planting being attempted :I were regularly! doled out i the nt-cr.)

'; t than any other town on the Gulf of ,: sena',/:" an ; there were pollei; :: in I.- surely* that is nGen. r.1ondEr: ,3 3cal.mg were no sessions of congress cr any and orange trees. except where;; slaves. It was given to ':r.m nut 5J

; Oat: for tti- office 1C9: vore::. E.'ser: srnrrgisiaires; : for a p-:'-;;': cf eight .
Mexico. :: to me and waving his sword. the owners are irrigating, will die if!; much as a beverage.! i" "he naP
>, ',' Law Oak has a !e=s uat.-n tan
I : r"JII; .tat I come too laTe to join them. : ears. rain does not soon fall.! Cattle are': of a medicine. the bee.eing:; : :r-jOr

The Barrow Record has ordered a I ishe claims! or manifests very h"lin! SO Ehow. I dreamed that! they! were -- -----. -.-- ; dying on the ranges for want of water al that it warded off; raara: and \.r.-

and terf-st i i in the s.-!:>(:c'on ot a good materia George P. R-weil; says there is:: n.t :
new Hoe drum cylinder press !tall dead. :'ha I was the last of ihegloriuTis and ;ran.:: The northern! pan of, vented chills and fever.

that already excellent paper will b e for an: important pu'jl.c! 0=tOR ce. number :left on earth. See: a rock to be found in t2'"d: >:le stare -
.
/ the state has happily been relievedby Often referred to as "Vg>od < ..dinies. !

: k, Improved.-Wiuchala Telegram.: They are marching cow, a mighty ',r Floriia; big e',ugh to throw ar a abundant rains failing during the ." those time \ye'cnot "."

A corroondent to. the Ocala Dais!: h.of herOes. with: their feet no longer 1)t. That is atvir as reliable: as past week! but the conditions in sam, "golden: : ea' by ar.r. :.. .+n5. T':e r.
Banner! S'zz"Ca. .}<,1 L Ins.. ,
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; : Some Hope for John i iAnyway !!. !" bare. and their Sag no longer tat- i-ime: of his sta''I.l: nt5 concerning Florida rr.ie.l \If' '
pans of South are deplorable.in men, as a were ; ;,5 of ':!:r., .
John Temple Graves, in of D.r.c.n r., sot-m.r. Mighty r..rf-'l On. on they 20. an.! I see them the! circulation f some F'.orliia ; .
',
is the
Oiba. also, the country parched. and wonenv some ( f.Y w !rr.. 1
.
$ mJL qo.il .2r.. ao : me: Democrat woi'lrda !
his of Rooseveit. lot'as > : ; : : 'nii formed the
praise! + ;s climbinz; he golden! -unnes nil-! into ; newspaperRj '
and catle are dyin no rain having : too. were addict' i o rb- ;;-ti ofn'::: j
sloppy as Jacob Riia dOt5.i'vuston ; ; :o secverLOr ofF endless! nay' Company alter :jabir in his y'ourb. and simply can i J
an company '" _-.
fallen for more than six month's.Tiniestnion. .-, ;Snuff dipping! a.e" r.era!.
Post. .or-.aa. Ke would marC& a scan era. !>c-'ar; af--r battalion: resri3 help ::T.: It 11.,- become fixd Times h.,1('..: ...... chnn_,-'d.LPI 1
ti'i: ; I:" Ta::la a=Bee that would! I't'aly'1 : 4
,, >Lr afi.'r nt"c-ar..j: yonder r::'p --- -- --- then.!: lAs
.:.'. ,- :. To -... .. :.. .. Ls. :-
: -f : : Oak
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The i f.uW
politicians, no matter h- white walls: of be city which they A man now thirty-;seven year.- I) Florida and Her Fish : xve have: 1 Ltttwo: '-nL i itv ,' 1 1'l

thick nor how elegt: -nt thyj: 5.r .-:, ,':i:: !>..."C':..L mean to tate.: But. from the i:attiemtns ; ;age.: : who ba.hnen: a prISOnernC.. !iu- Clark thought : T"r ;" j
.. Cofigrt': snan so 1 botr'J'" :.,.. .".:njrw(! rt'" 1
get out little saustacuon over Lei-t of that city: no mecacinz: sunsare was slxterr.ears: .n..a: neen par much: of the address delivered; by Dr ; t
in Gadsdtn. Our : \.:..: Senator Adan.s f-x'it-I'-d him Gon.rnH ch of Kansas. Ichange
pup are too t.un cloned by
a : pointed: no !sentinels: pa e me H. F. JIoorK; oyster ct'facexpert one hundred *-n.T.-/! : l hvt;\.s 1
;sell: fvr n-,t vo'lng fur Senator Zim's
making money to fool with poliLic- i rar.par : 'h---- --t"n:5 to be no He has been a mode prisoner fir from the bureau of f ,htries, befon- '
ap- ; : ;: would have to be lined !:;p in excha: ::,''"' i!
n'i"m:: fnio-nq: Ban for
Quincy Times. I ; rfce prl-rrc..n-'n; SJf danser. ,; rwentyonyears.. He was convicted
no preparationfor the Florida legislature, tat ht'ha:" tor one full one. ,

-n/x'a'ic: r.0llinelffr; prTittt: i Walter Ke.je has !i.veatry much ba.-D2: : that; : he "'iid: nc* l.njv; rile w.an: '' Ing his fathf-r mother, brorher and
erring the whirporTas! : Not a hut, same to the Times-I'nicn. which appeared gone out of existence and the tinA:
in evidence around Tallahassee! :; during ,of. the 1.OIIr; of Florid" and th:!: :si .1-T.-i It is no" now believed! that he
nua s'rugz't; no dea-i or dying men! in that excellent paper on the habit is fast following on its hee'- j
the : session of the legislature. .1 i i rish': on the heels; of !h:,; annoucri '"' '
present curie the: real murderer
Ah: I See: I seE--I ?ce--I know why was though 1st insT. Dr. Moore is: correct when The evil effects of alcohol: on PIP! 4 I
He is meut toth Jasper Newt fur Unredr
evidently getting i :
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1 the conr.'ip-r is hIJ-' :: :" f,r th- lies not ben discover- he says that the fishing! ; industry is system is now taaeht in the plii'ie! J -
trim for his Bill States senator, His ai.c-'o: and .
an-
race against :: ;Y \
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nan.e one cf Florida's greatest and sug schools and the handmaidens+ of trr.perance -
next j'ear.-MadNon New Enterprise. !:.fJ\r.P'j..r.* &tr-KK toz-th--! : an un- sss In New York the ther day an eli :. *
be taken andmore
I gestsha more care :: are found in T'tpre55! and!
proriiLoaenr.; ; ,
ThE Dtle: parch or"simlisht fade i! ; -vat-r hfcanie unmanageable: ana study be given TO This! industry. :', pulpit.
A bill has been introduced in the I
legislature to establish a state peni I an'] tV soul' 0:' the soldier" passed: crashed down the shaft for a distance The amount received thro';gh this industry |f I But its greatest handmaiden does

: The quebfion of movies tl.e'frou capiwi : .t)f twelve stories Fortunately for one '
anal! the!
tentiary. This is a good proposition" > texion, leaning uion his; alon; each year Is astounding not lie in this direction. T'.lP bur inns
.
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Tallahas-e: '
: wI! nu-ioubte-Il1 sr1ato! Rw .J occupants he remembered that
The plan of hiring out human beings : and the same should be encouraged world has set its face azainst the hah
'coma up before than ses>'or. i-f ,1. g up the shaft they had taken ; and increased
is obnoxious and degrading. Let as cinch as possible 't and it is doomed.

Florida have a penitentiary.-White lejlarJ"" "" le of rags and instantly he fell for the! irark"2* j.: ic?::''at:?:'i. Xo iran ad l:ei--1 toP' usf: of li i.

e rugs gathering as many as .
be.! -Gainesville; S'n.
Springs Herald. :; can nov find:: p r"'-' ..r.i'h. '.;r'i.\
around him, and by s) doing
I j tine with any respectable banking ,
is life. All the other !
-'r A White Springs gentleman remarked passen-I No Pent Up Utica. Etc. house or mercantile establishment.

? the elevator were Hon. W B. Clarkson.! : who is announced :1
recently that "the Herald ought to railway, express or steamship com-

+ i be a strong paper as it had Andrew- all fe II I as a candidate for major ot pany.

., and rel rches Using Printer's Ink I e
Jacksonville, has these in1
-; Jackson and Jeff Davis running it. r. two planks Every business of any consequencenow
+\-St. Petersburg;: Indepea.K hurches in Galveston h1\4 '
A fact, too. What other newspaperor ; I his platform: J requires sobriety among its em
out on a new line. They are ,
business can boast two such illustrious : Innocent amusement not being demoralizing poyes! and as a natural! result they!
; The Tampa Tribune had ha advertising their revivals. !
a should be permitted: !1 -
personages perched behind it?; everyday drink habit is fast disappearing.
time explaining the! and regular church services, j jusing :
away publieatio
in the .
Read the Herald.-White SpringsHerald. year.Sumptuary It cannot live with all avenues of T,
; of Tom Palmer's telegram calling to half tone pictures and I laws, inconsistent with
:
trade shut out against it. so the u%-
I j money to defeat county division. The colored inks. It is an era of I individual freedom of;' choice
i hent*. < iness world has sounded its death .
:' Tribune said that Tom needed it for ing and everybody who are atj i
r' It is to be hoped that marked copies ::1.. license. not prohibition. !I knell.

:_ of the scathing criticisms being i I hotel and incidental expenses. We, Pen. > date are catching the adver-j Mr. Clarkson is a prominent ehurc-. I Someone ask how this "

," i learned that the first time he went to j pirit. It shows life, activity !I may can
and his
made of that George P. Rowell letteron I' Lam .... man. views on the subjects;statement be made with seven "open

Florida, in Printer's ink are being Tallahassee he had $261, and a week,!I jsays. rgy. !j.named are interesting. And the Index j; saloons" in Ocaia.l .

mailed to the writer. The Miami Record i later came home and asked for more : -' i rises to remark that there is I
I "Ti <: Florida press does u, ___,_,_ i I' l But it must be remembered that
money. His "incidental" bill must I sire Jonathan C. Greeley in an ar-j I
handles the mighty fine
subject in fine style, gubernatorial timber in I
a brighter mind or a more brilliantand these seven saloons are kept alive by
,
Jhave been interesting reading. Own I tide in the Jacksonville Metropolis, ; W. B. Clarkson. I
and it is probable Mr. Rowell will not -Lake City Index. j
writer than
i polished Edwin D I !a patronage extending over a radiusof
that the Southern
people make a week's.isit to Tallahassee says republicans
care to undertake any more essays o Lambright. editor of the I hundred
Tampa News an miles and
covering
a
Florida.-St. Augustine Record. and return on $35.-St. Petersburg !j t!i wanted Grant nominated for the third I Tribute to Dr. T. J. MyersWe IJ I
j On memorial day lire Lambright wrotea J population of an hundred thousand or
Independent. term but were turned down by the
tribute to "The Last Veteran,"I learn with sincere sorrow of more. :
1 Northern republicans. That the
'- Ye gods! That everlasting map of i A young man with a practical which in the Journal's judgment con I Southern republicans succeeded in f I the death, about two weeks ago, of I' The proprietors of these establishments

Governor Broward's has broken out Dr. T. J. Myers who at the of 87
1 stitutes a literary brochure unexcelled age tell us that 90 of their
knowledge in his head skill in his I nominating Harrison at a later period i ; I per cent.
in a new place. We find "it" or one in beauty and sentiment passed away. His death was caused is
patronage from
by
hands outside the
i and health in his body is his anything and the North defeated him in the : city, v ,
of "it" in the journal of the house of I t>y burns received from the curtains V
that the English language so if this
down letter of reference. Mix him upj l I con election. Mr. Greeley does not favor I patronage were cut off. 91 ,
Z last Saturday. Wouldn't it have been I tains." about his bed catching fire, and burn-' of "
with per cent. the barrooms /fj
be
I sixty millions of others, and you i iI the nomination of Mr. Roosevelt for would
cheaper and quicker to have let tbe We reprint in another column Editor 31 i ing him badly before the flames were. compelled
I will find him again, as he will have!t third term. even now to close their

governor have his way about drainage t a habit of being on top. Throw him !i I Lambright's beautiful, eloquent -- -- I sxtinguished. The doctor was one of I doors.

after all? It almost seems we and handsome I the kindest hearted men who ever;
naked into a desert island, and he II! eulogy. The New York Tribune recently Notwithstanding her seven saloons,
would be rid of it the sooner.-Orlando I lived in this or any other country and I Ocala is
will be at the bead of something. He I celebrated its sixteenth birthday. One a temperance city and whiskey t

Democrat. does not go whining over the land i I I i The Poor Limpkin subscriber claims to have read every will be genuinely mourned by his I drinking is not fashionable, at {

blaming fortune and saying he has no I And what is a limpkin? issue of it since it was printed and he I neighbors and friends who never called least not as fashionable as it was

Judge B. II. Palmer, our own circuit on him for help in vain.
chance, but goes out and does some That is the question that wasn'answert'd still lives. He has learned a heap that some years ago.

judge is being mentioned in several thing, and goes out and does it again I in the house yesterday, and he has to unlearn. I'' We do not know if Dr. Myers wasa Drinking is the exception and not ,

quarters as a fit and possible I I the members of member of any church, nor does it the rule
and better.-Quincy Times. that body who didn't A gentleman signing himself "No j! among her young men. her
candidate tor governor in the primaries I matter. Where he has gone unselfish
know
I --- I conspired together to have :Mr. Ax to Grind" says that sweet potatoes middle-aged men and her old men.
of 190S. The judge is one of I The Fur Now Must Fly I deeds count for more than professions
r.l I Kirkland of Lake, who had offered aj i i are selling in Jacksonville for twenty- i I Go over the directory carefully and

ida's best and ablest citizens and if i, So far this session of the legislature i bill for the protection of the alliga-J i five cents per bushel. He ought to of religion and we feel sure he will! I! studiously and you will le surprised

be concludes to enter the race he will '! has been one continuous round of'|,: tor and the lirapkin to publicly make '! ship some down this way. They are not be refused entrance at the pearly !!j at the fewness of the number who imbibe ,

find a number of friends who will see pleasure, but its all off, and from now known his knowledge of the l gates, for he loved his fellow man. too
limpkin. j retailing here for sixty cents per peck i freely of the amber which
- him through.-Madison New Enterprise. 'lOll the fight will be hot. The "wet" But they reckoned without reason. ,, He leaves a widow to mourn his giveth color to the cup.
"
I: and "dry;" the administration and thej! : In ;he caucus lire Willis was chos-I loss. to whom we tender our smpa-:: I The femon-drink-can stand lil: ",

.. -- (I anti-administration ; the uniform an lien;; i I A few years ago President Roosevelt thy.-Arcadia Champion. I :
to offer an amendment to the ; adamant against: the
: powerful! rz ,
i addressed Mr. E. H. Harriman
Governor Napoleon Bonaparts those as:
uniform
oPl'ot'll to text books : ;[;
measure eliminating the ?laught.
of
limpkin < the
I pulpit and
I Dear Harriman. He | | temperance
"My now publicly -
Browardinski should become subject f
a countdivision and those :
I i opposed to from terms of protection. Mr. Willis I Orange Prospects Improving orators ; the pleadings! of the W. C. T''
to the czar of Russia and get to county divibion! !i : franchise tax and tbe 1 I Iantifranchise I says that )Ir. Harriman is an i
was chosen because he is more proficient A few weeks: ago it was freely predicted Uit can even resist jnn !
'' I "undesirable citizen. But the
be the of Russian 'and worse. i
a \ ,
governor; proF tax. a hundred and
at offering amendments that that this season's i prayers and the
I, are orange crop tears: of the fond \f': .
inc,,'. He could then order the heads : one other important and unimportant I president accepted Mr. Harrinian'sdonation :
g i not adopted than any member: of the in this section would be practically ; and the devoted mother: bm it canv:
cut off of such editors and newspa'per j measures introduced and to be introi.duced house. 'I of $5 t i nil it face
as was thought that should the undismayed the, deteruined lis '
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: writers who dare write anything must be disposed of. The bat campaign fund, made at,. the president's -,
,I It was strategically arranged. For rain now come it would be too late for of the business world. The business = '
" in criticism of his acts. God bless : ties over these subjects will be short it I personal solicitation and per I
was argued that Mr. Willis would the trees to bloom this season. world holds the weapon that wil! ultimately ,
free America her liberty-loving but fierce. and sonally commissioned Mr. Harriman Ito
people i interest will be at fever
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offer the amendment; that Mr. Kirkland I Since the local showers began a few destroy it-and the
t. and her free press.-DeLand Re heat from this date until the session go out among his friends and swell j j fight
would object, and would then explain weeks ago, however, public opinionon against it must be made along the8t-
cord. adjourns and the Democrat the fund and thus "save the party.
i will what a limpkin is. this has lines
subject undergone a decided and fortunately has been made 4
It with bad
tell you all about it ever comes exceeding grace
)day.LiveIOak But for once the amendment change and it is along
offered now these lines for
practically the
f We don't want to brag or say "We Democrat. now for the president to say that I past two decades. -
} by Mr. Willis was adopted.Mr. fl certain that we will have some or- .
. told you so-but really aren't we Mr. Harriman is an "undesirable cit r
Kirkland offered no objection anses, and should favorable We believe
seasons that within
. thankful anyhow that with all these I The raw milk is skimmed milk izen.: one or two +
'- shakeups'olcmic winter and nobody knows yet what a limpkinis.Tallahassee come from now on we will have a more decades, with or without legislation
eruptions from the large cooperative dairies

t-:. freezes, hail storms and brain storms,I I To this in large tanks is added rennet Sun. Congressman Lamar Speaks to Legislators talrly good crop. the saloon will close, close for
Wherever a good rain has the want of
fallen patronage, and when i ir *
live in Orlando "where
we nothing I cumulating the cecein, which is t
An Editor's MistakeA I the orange trees are now white with is so closed it will tell
'i' happens? -Reporter Star. I pressed, dried and powdered, andi Congressman William Bailey! La- a story of great r

r. Why it is reported up this way that i freed from its cheesy odor by repeat Missouri woman is suing an ed mar of the third district, deliveredan bloom and the air is scented with their significance because it will mean j '

" political lightning is about to strike i I I Jed washings and finally is hardened itor because he said in aa obituary address to the members of the perfume, giving promise of an abundant something perpetual and final. | '*

;; gubernatorial timber right in the I by a chemical. The product is more that her husband had gone to a happier I house and senate Thursday night in harvest of golden apples; unless Those who run may read the sign I

t J. heart of the city. brilliant more solid, and a trifle heavier home. It never pays for an edi Representative Hall, on the subject of i the drouth continues and causes the signs that tell tbe story of the for _]

., I' than celluloid. tor to say what he thinks when writ- tbe Interstate Commerce Commission.The trees ta shed the fruit Kissimmee ward movement of the temperance

': i The president seems unduly excited j I It is as easy to work as wood, and ing an obituary.-Bloomingtown (111.) .I speaker was introduced by Valley Gazette. I i iI sentiment, a sentiment that is growing '

'{.. over the alleged J50.000.uoo raised by !:icon' be made into a great variety ofarticles. Paragraph. Representative Mathews of Marion. year after year with accelerated

h Wall Street to prevent his reelecition. such as combs hairpins: pi- Store Governor Broward was seated on the I Improvement in Inland Navigation speed. ,

If Wall Street is I is Invented Of the twenty-seven vessels The business world is
; ,r opposed to any i ono keys, buttons, knife handles, umbrella rostrum. I new of on the war

tr doctrine held by Mr. Roosevelt it is !I handles backs for brushes "As soft as silk as white as milk," The speaker's stand was decorated 'the United States registered between path, and if it keeps up the fight will ft

I paper V
certainly not a republican doctrine.WhE'n knives, dominoes, inlaid and it does not burn. It is made of with roses and a number of ladies April 1st and 15th with the bureau of be crowned as conqueror!
ornaments
< we came up against the corruption for furniture, and almost any milk, and it is a new stonemilkstone. were in tae audience, which added at- navigation, nearly one-third of them

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fund in 1S9S we found no object A considerable industry is being tractiveness. The congressman spokeat will go into service on the lakes and Ex-Governor
i requiring
solidity and fine pol built Jennings and Dr. Lincoln -
more ardent champion of these special ish. It can be given any color or be up ia the manufacture of length. The subject is one with inland streams. This is a remarkable Hully and their respective followers _
gala lith.
>. > interests than Mr. Roosevelt.at .- made to imitate marble: coral, tortoise than or milk-stone which is cheaper /which he is thoroughly familiar and showing, and indicates the extentto must have left the capital as we

.,': Bryan Norfolk. shell etc. ]table celluloid and is noa-fatam-I he handled it with such ease as know which the navigable waters of the have not heard of any scrapping thereIn

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i t nnouncementI Not a Bit More Wonderful Than I : ; ::

That of the Occident. : :: #

We have just purchased the splendidly l equipped: I tIe 1

| machinery plant of the Y once and Cline Company. TRICKS: CF HINDOO: WIZARDS ; ,

S and solicit a share of the repair wurk of Marion and s :
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adjoining counties. 'We make a 'pe ialty of repairing w (t ;
There Is None of Them That American : ; i
steam pumps gas engines; etc. or European Censurers Cannes : \ ,' ; f.
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; Let us quote you pricesOcala Do as Well if Net Getter-The Truth 1 ; I '"
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About the Famous Rope Trick. i ", ':
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1 Gas i Charles Bertram the English conjurer t : : '
Engine I the ; ,;
1 1- made three trips to India where he I ed 1 : : ;
studied the trick;* for which the Indian I

Company jugglers; have long teen famous lie i i ; : I: [)

came Lack: with the opinion that travelers 'I :
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L I J LI had exaggerated their skill. : in :

"I have no hesitation in saying," he ,

'-- : said to a friend on his last riit to this
country "that after keeic? 176 di erent "

;: Hindoo conjurers, who were gathered [ i i

j McMillan Bros. In various parts of the i-ouatrj by the .' f j i I
i whoa I
i different rajahs before performed -
'1 '.| there is cot a iule trick j j

Southern Copper Works whii-h the ludians perform that the jj ii j the j I
I j Euroi>an American magicians can- ;
|i do well and better.
cot as even ;
i "They are clever at swallowing long !!I! "
Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills 1ii
,i chl4iu", wir.cb are made to clink in ?
their stomachs dud skillful at swallowing I ir
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and General Metal Workers. I II
: swords!, eating fire chewing glass I j
.. i I and encircling the body with redhot i ....
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chains but they are really no more j 1 -
'"1 Old Stills taken in exchange' for new ones. Patching =
!: 1 dept at these things than the ordinary : i;
1 through the country a specialty Orders by mail or t
ireaks! and human salamanders that I s :
. : wire will receive prompt attention at either of the: play the dime museum circuit. I gle \; s

; follfwing worksFAYETTE'ILLE "As for the rope trick the throwing j :
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up of a rope into the air. up which a !
N. C. SAVANNAH GA man or boy clambers band over hand( ,
and is seen no more all that I can say I Y
MOBILE ALA
JACKSONVILLE FLA
moonshine.! There is no such trick; i i ;

"During my tours of the far east I j : i !
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asked for that special trick. and not a | i
4.....444...4...4...4........4e.+.4.........LN.N. single! soul did I find who cutild do it < 1
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or who had even seen it. I heard of | !
i : WANT BIG CHOPS THEN USE IDEAL FERTILIZE!} : uteri who had heard of others who had f isu m : : ; 1
1 it. but I could get no direct evideut'e. !. rtI. !

: :: OUR BOOKS WILL TELL YOU : he :
"All that I could discover about it
FLORIDA \"EGETABLES"conJ' "IRISH POL\.TOES"-E, ok l'n. from the Indians themselves was voiced fa"
: plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil. Seed Planting and Cultira-: : .' by i-Tie n.AU who said to me in his a;; I
lion, Effect of Fertilizers. Digging : 'I iuriou> Eu;;!lish: 'All in hu"ginatiou.ail t I til
: in travelers'; tales. I've been alL l ,
"FLORIDA OR.-\NGES"-Book of and Shipping. :
user luuui looking for tricks. Would.uot '!p :
: special interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING I 11\t' that if I could get it?" i-f ;; \ !

: ers. special interest to pineapple:: .+ : "TLere i is a rope t'k1a: that the Indian ,(), : : <<

: growers. jugglt.rs10 and which is very : "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES'"IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book ..us. Ir consists in takiu a c''ii vi: t-: : "

: joklet, on ""oil Varieties Oiluvarion all: of our different brand.- anay-: : ,, rule "c ver.il I leet U-ujr, tossing; ;t ii-t- '. ;! : ;

.. and Fertilization." ors, prices, etc. .. the uir and balaut hug; it uu the "pen j !:
--- .. i'ulm.; liie r+.'p;. however. bar- at'ry | :
: New and revised tdition ot the al uve' ;lit i.'Hbli..ht'd. frt-e tor a>knjr. + thin w.re ruiiUiii_: ii wu the twiddle: >vas
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t>> finable! it to remain $tip ft.r uiae
Ut* etniidduring wLb :I. U 1-; l,a.iiUce :
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'I.; i. ;tul that L IwW lLat .:\'. '.c :'? : ; t.
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Notice is hereby given that the following described: lands will be sold ;o J I ', :::! ... 1-.0.. ;: :tl i I, ::,.. -: :-: -. 1

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at public auction on Uiaday i Unknown . . !tblk 24 rfimonton's sub of 300 al| 6112I2110! I:{$ 507 )' - chs w 1.15 chs s 76 1k.-: u.

I }I.L: Avery . . iblk! 26 Simonton's sub of 300 a| 6i2i21: ;, 22 3 92 1 ;5 chs s 3.98 chs r 6.32 ch- ,
of Jun 1337
;: day 1 I Joseph Stewart . .!lot 27 sub of. . . . .1 i 7il2'21i'! 10 I 2 76 S.34 chs e 13 chs tn p 'J.h. ..: ..

: Unknown . . 'si of lot :3 and lot 6 blk 29 Me-1 +. j I I IIntosh 1: Frank Everett . . com 330 ft s of ne cor ofx: \ '. 'di ,
at Ocala in the County of Marion., or so much thereof as will be necessary I .l6121211[ | I 3 Obi of sw}ithence . . . ..4 i2.. ( ,

to jay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite the same together with J. M. Waits .all of blk 44 McIntosh . .:17122H! | 7 381 j i w 210 ft s :!11f[ o' ;

cost of such sale and advertising. Mrs. M. Bateman Hot 2. 3. blk 45 McIntosh . !.Il7jl2'21iW. : 2 761! 210fta210ft . . 1 :3

P. Ccomer . '180 ft e and w by 450 ft n and si I j ''I t ii j ji L'nknown . . .com at se cor.of ni4 ...412.. .

k i in nw cor blk 62 McIntosh '16:12:21'.: !| -* *>O 1, thence. n 26 oh.n 67 d.: !I ;

.'. -- "- -- -- --- oJ. Is. H. Etter . . :lot 1. 2 blk 64 1Iclntosl11jt2i21'| ( i< 14 :31 I i min w 21.57 ihs: 34 ih- .. i .

1 I I I : _- M. 'Johnson . . lot 74 sub of. . J17I12121! 10 I 2 78 i 20 chs . . . . I. 1)11) -

..: I ,=- -= I H. L. Dickson.: Ex. .: i of lot 11 William's sub ;|18H2'21'] : ;5 I IIn 1 6ll Unknown . . ..nw'4 of sell . . . ,,4 12 22 4.1 .J al 3)

"I :\ =. :M. H. Walker . .torn on w side of R. R. on sl! ; I I I. C. Elli . . . nek of sw 1* nt' se4J. . .:.I'12 ._ 1" .-. J

'1" OWNER. I DESCRIPTION OF LAND I JJ.5 5.ilj'I. I .= ? ii i I. bdy A. Grant. . . .!I2ll221i!! | i I P.: Ausley . .o. .;com; 140 yds n of se cur ..f 1 a'

I i :: : :: ; 'X j '. i I thence n 473 ft w to lands of! i 1 1Mrs. r s4 of nw i* . :.6:12; : .: :: t I

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--1- I i ob . . . . .1 i 20 i a 12: e 175 yds s 140 yds . '' I -; ,. ..
Peter Bin>ham .. .. 6.32 cbs sq in se cor fnQil', I'' -I 1 19 I M. H. Walker ;13 a bd v. by R. R. n by lands oft ; :i Leroy hells . . on end of lot ;5 sub of G. L, ., 'i
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I F. Clark Grant . .
J. K. Christian e by Orange! I I II j i iI !J1222: : : 13:
L. L. ileggs .. . that part of nw 4 of ne% and i I Q4
swU of nw'4 s of Orange, I I I I I I I Lake s by: Mrs. Hickson. A': I! i! t f I! Moore & :McWerter . ..com at se cor of George Col- j I :

!I 1 I Grant . . . . 21U2-21" ;:: 3 !i 1 sr s..n's lot on Dunn ave sub I j ,
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Creek . . '
| I lB. C. Smith of lot 1 tract U. S. G. sur20'12t21l!! !' !! 22 i .J. 76 L. of G. I. F. Clark Grant 112:" .
:Miss A. S. Bonham . w% of lot 1 blk 4 r 3 w of 1 I -
M. H. Whitney . '
Mrs. lots 13. blk 4 Orange Lake J2ll2'21'' !! ) I 91 thence n 3.15 chs to com pt i "
ti Spring St Orange Springs. .I I I'I .751 2 75 Mrs. H. :M. Walker . lot 2 blk 4 Orange Lake . .!I2ll2'21i! : i 6/\ n 3.36 chs e 7 deg s 6.31 chs I : 1-
R. C. McGahey . s*& of ne% and e'A of se%, I I
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Martin & Thagard 'iot 6 blk 6 Orange Lake .421 1122121! : t 1 14 : i 2.95 chs w 6.31 chs '
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of . . andl.I':. :. 5 74 Tl
nWi' se4 I :Mrs.: M. H. Walker . :lot 9 blk 7 Orange Lake . I2112i21i! !I11rs. 6N6X Unknown . . . e 3-4 of lot 12 and 3-4 of lot 1":; I ; ; ,
. .. .n nwV4 s of Orange | 31 35 1 45 I
UnJ."Down. 1/0f :M H. Whitney . '
'iot 1 blk 10 Orange Lake . ::21I1221William !: : i 14 and all of lot 19 sub 01 i
I. R. C. McGaheyEmpire . . .' of nw% . . . 3311l23i! 40 1 1 65' : :
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Burty ,lot 3 blk 12 Lake 21'12'2i! ;: 1 68 G I F Clark . . :
Orange grantn1" 1222. :sa
Land Co . nw% of ne% . . . 34!11123! 40 115 : 1' 6l
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I Mrs. M. H. Wallyer lot 1 blk 15 Orange Lake .l21122l! | | i 68i L'nknownL. . . . of lot 17 and w}4 of lot I i '
Fla. Fruit Co LdW. sw4131I11123,120! 3 44
Land & se;; of nwV4 and e!_ of | .
to IL Walker .
Mrs. M. 'lot 1 bfk 17 Orange Lake .i 2ii2:21| ; ;: 6' 15 sub of G. I. F. C. Grant 12,22! : :;' 1
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H. Baird . . nw'i of ne Hand seV of nw4 36il1I231! 80 I 205 1.39
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1 blk 2J: Orange Lake. .i2ll2l21'! o. 5.20: chs n and s on s end of {
( Henning L. & I Co . W'fi Of ne'K . . . 361111231 40 I :2 05r' Irs.1.: H. Walker . : I I'
:\ lot 3 blk 23 Orange Lake 2l12(2l| | (: 68 lot4 and all of lot 26. :27 I '
Fla. Land & Fruit Co. Ld. sj Of se34 . . 40 2 451
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26111211 Mrs. an Of blk 39 Lake .|2ll221i! ; I 91 ;
r' L. L. Meggs . . wVi of sw% of nwJ.i . . 20 i 1 05 Walker . . Orange I sub of G. I. F. Clark Grant ..1.1.10 !; U:? 6}
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R. }I. Young . . nth of se4 . . . 2711| !:24! 80 I 2 45 F. lot bd n by Orange st e byi! i I I I J. Harper :1?: J0 chs nand s on n side I : :

Homes EeckhamUnknown . ne3i of se's of sw% and s& of I I I Greenville st s by Grove ave| i I I I i I ': of ne?-* of nw ty . . 112 23 2': .,.

se 4 of sw3' . . 2911124! 30 I 1 75 w by Hill st Orange Lake .!.J21J12Mrs. 211! I 5 6i ; W. C. Townsend . nei! of nw% . . . 212: 23 !.. i ;
Unknown . . . .lot 14 . . . . 511'ili! 40 I 2 311! Unknown . . .
i. . . . ny' of ne}4 s of Orange Cree'29I1121I| 40 I 1 45 swy of ow %, . . . 41.2': ; 4 i' i '
Unknown tots' 2 3. 6. 7 . . . "125,12121150lot : ; I 7 D. Y. Turner . . r
: Unknown . . .. w3 fZ Of nwI,4 s of Orange Creek30U2tl: 60 I: :2 45 ;, <>T lot 4 ex 3.45 chs n and s bj
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: Marion Erwin . . s1& of sw% ex 9 chas sq in net! I I' I I I Chas.Unknown W. While . ..I 10 . . . !1512'1.: !' I 2 76 6.37 chs e and w in nw corf! 612| 23 372312n 1 3'1 .
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cor of sw% of sw 4 ..32ill24! 72 I 374 I all of Thomas Clark Grant ex; I i Henning & LCo. lots 17. 18j. . -I'! 612!! .I .) ,1

: C. M. Smith . . .n Vof sw% . . . 111219! | 80 I :284 100 a on n side and ex 16.81! I 'i I II Harming L. & L Co. .e', ,{: of ne 4 and ne'4 of set 10'12' ':23'12' :* 3 44

Mrs. S. M. Johnson . w4 Of sw% .I311219| 80 284 a to T. M. Whistonant and! : !I'' Empire Land Co. . sw14 of ne34 . . I'1,2! : :: 40 1 S5

f J PEoyer. . . o. s3 2 of lot 5 and lot 6 ex 10! !I Ml I I I I ex 13.95 a to T. B. Warren !112!:214132S'122M1 I li: 511.\! D.: Wells . "ls\\"l\. of nw %and nw'i of sw'4 u'i2nw4 : '2J:; v> 2 4;
H. W. Jones . . nw j of se% and w?, of ne% exj I i i !l I Empire Land Co. . .
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chs sq in se cor. . . ,!15>!12l9! 95 i 4 74 ; 1 ; of nwH 1212: 21: 4.1 .1'f ;
J F Eoycr. . . .. .. com at nw cor Arredonda!! i I I I lots 25. 34 and ex 35: yds ei! I I I Unknown .a; of nwV and s'\ of \\'I. i! -

Grant . . ,i22l219! | I I and w by 70 yds n and 3 in! I : 1 I I I and w 3-4 of sU . IGII331)1I! : | : 8
. . . ) I 7 H Tiller & Harp . . 71
thence I nw-cor. : :: 'nwt4 of nu'l; . . -:1..1')3': !
e 22.70 chs s 7.46 cbsj j | !1 : . . . I > .il 145
H. W. Jones II \. D. Wells .
wI.60ohss4.25chsw15.10 I I I In I. I nw& of sel4 and wl,2 of ne% ; !! ''In! >- of ne3 4 of ney4 . . 4,12':3'; M

.:' . I I ex lots 2x 34: and ex 35 yds): I I I I L. L. Meggs . . 'Ine'4 of nwH as
T 'V I't__.._ __ .11.71 chs : :''' L.L I ,i L! !, 23.34: 265 I "ft ft nA..... n..> W w "T A .>*4-. n O n.4, .f, ;.n..!, I I' I, ITillhman_ __ ___ fr Son.. ., . '" ., '' '2S(12..(. :'::3. 4u_ 1 45ioia
y v. LUIl . i ". ".' I I "a. U,3 ''' ''"' u au" I .m' -- : i, v. *v. . .'iI3' ,
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t J. Y. Garlington o. lot 2 or center 1-3 of A Granti24il2'19170! !;, | 10+ 43 i I nw cor. for 19x)5 . . J28'12'21'110! 7 131! Unknown . . .1 lots 2, 7, 14 . . 1712'24,120; ; : 344
: B C Smith. . . V D. Wells . . .
Same A. Britt' . . .nw% of sw% . . . !126I12.191! ;. 4i) i 3 44 .nL:: of neV4 of ne\t q119.10! I 2 30 i I lot10.. 15 and 16 . . 122412"! ," : '
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Mr S. C. Houston L'nknown . .
} L L. hays . . ..w'_ of ne\4 . .i7i12t9i| | :, 80 | 364 I ? .II\\! ex. 1 sq a in nw cor andi: : II I i( '' : :
; J. P. DePass . . % of nwU .7I2119''! 80 I 364 I i I '" nel4 of nw H of swV4': i i : 1 .t; : ;
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lire. S. E. Smith . iW 34 t of self . . '34ll2'19i: 40 I 2'03 I of swi of St'14 and: j rum 165 yds S of n. cor oJf n" I} ,

Unknown . . n% of nwU of sw'4 .1 i Iil22o! : 20 I 1 45 J: w st of set ex 3.16: i\ ''. \ .t.. .1' nw4 . 2.::"il2 _:(7
T. J. & A. P. Krous ..com at sw cor .1-' : : I w b6.3:! ehs nand: i, I : 1. tin-ace w 2.) eh* S 16.3; yd-! r

thence e 24.02 chs n 4t chs wi I ; I : or and e",'. of sel4 ex] i : t' .0: chs nil);; ytls . 1'. !
; .\. P. Pastell :: 35
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_- ..02 chs s 1ft chs w 2<) chs! l I il in ne cor and ex: > :;-.t of lot 11' . . . '!9 12''.! 4 ;" .
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s 30 chs . . . i '! 76 92! I I \H . . .!29il221223' : : ".I ,1f nwL, . . 1Ir :: :::, ., : ;
I ilar ratter. 1-' l :\ Sawyer . . !
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J. Cammack . I i w by 2 chs n and: i' .
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lots 1 and 2 plat book ;, Land Co. 'I.t> :! and 7 sub "fel": . 171-: : 1" "
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page 1 12.20 lIL-4' 351 : and' !" <>f "\\i"l '! : 1.:" _
Unknown . . 1 i 197! 'IMhnown . . tZ \ % d.
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Richard Harris . .. 15 chs e and by 7 and ; G. W. Laum of sw'i . . .29U2211! :! 20! I It 27"; "nlvnowu! . . . .'u,4 ( -tt. -x.i : V : ": \
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in nw cor . 2142': :! 11.5.i 7:; : J291221 '* t._. of nex4 anii nw-l-4 and ,
Unknown . . . W. 3. Wan 1.1 ih1e and ,- j'
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'.om 15.5s;; cht. w of >, < or 21420: : : ., 0. iifU of :::WL{ and nw1 t4 .t
thence no 21 cKw y.42 chs, i cor of ne1, of nwl.V30'12.21 1":: I II30'12211o" ; K Unknown . : : l S 43rnkaoxvn . . . > :2"i J'" 7 4
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;om 20 chs s of n>'> corthence . 2 12 -.) chs n Empre Land ni. 1)tnev4 . . . .- 122' ;? -
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w tr> > 19 ( hs: n( sw" i, of:1 : ;
W 8.16 chs tlo d-s; s 14.27: i ; ex coin 6.33 CBs w: '! i U'nknown nt'I: of st'L. . . . . ::: J: :::!'- :? JW.C
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. : Townsend .
chs .
I e 25 deg t > magnolia, (l i i iI mv i, of L, and ,. 3-4 of .. .rt4 V'V .
tree e 7 deg .- 4436: chs: n | 5.70 chs I w 7.02 n' j\1 i Ilf . . : .
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-. 40.26 chs . . . ;i i i 1247.S4!: :23 S > 7.02: chs . : i i i 5 I } 4 54l-nknown, .. 3V. . ". .". . 1-:) ':" 7
Geo. J. ArnowMrs. &il'S '32'1221'! | : i Unknown . . ::; 12'25.:; t" IS
of .
com 24 chs w of s.' cor . 12'20; j s ne cor. C' 4. of neLG . . . . 3ti :
thence n 22 chs w 7 leg nil' ; 6.33 chs s 3.95 chs! !i !! !Is I Jal1l: Garrison . at : "11 :: I;
':O\l se cor. . . . 1319;
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chs 3.95 chs 2.
s 232' deg w to sec line 1 i i n I, thence w 4-11)
etopob . i i J25; i i and 10 chs e and! l 'I 1 1 yd.n 44M yd- ,
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S. M. Johnson . J t' yds s 11);: yds e 144 yds :
com 25 chs w of ne cor . : :r 12'20: is, n and s in ne cot! : 1 131 '
thence .I32122113! \ 404 Yds e 165; yds s 144 yds,, {! |
s 12 ehs w s 13hs < nw% 1 !
165
Waterman Johnson . n 12 chs e S 1-3 ch- . of nell . I33I12I21'! '!! 10 i ir 9111.j 1 N Rawls . . '!'nw\ of Iw14 .. .. .. ". .. ... .11).13119'.! -I'J : 1 }}
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com 331-3 chs w of on e ne'41 1.\lrs. '
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thences 12 chs w 26 ;2 . 06C B. Mason . . .
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12 chs 262-3 . . . I33U2I21I! I 2 ne. . . ] :; 1319; 4""
e cbs Mr H. Jones . .
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:\%. S. Broom .. ... .. lof of nw33il2i21i! !! 761 ..n';: se4. . . . .1:1319.:: ,"
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ex .:$3 chs and ne cor
n H. E. Jones . .
nf'lr" of nw'4 . . . . 14 131tll; : ,
9.5D chs e and w in se v I chsw5chsn101; I I I I P. B Garrison . .
i John Adams . . 64.19 chseamdwby15.81r 5 . . . .I! I I 5 o 1. n4 of nwfc ex 2w acres to Live '..

a. and s in ne . e of sw cor of nel,4'' i I I II33'122l Oak Phos Co on e side. . 2: 13119) til'
cor. Uiknpwn . . .
,;i J J Robblns. . . com 15.81 chs of ne c . . !! ; !i I l'nknown e's Of w% of seU . . .2213119,; ji I' IS'f tf '

thence w 80 chs s 50 chs n 20: ells wi i ': I i ;f t.n k non . . na'.mof UP seH of nw. %, . . '- 13t9.: 1.1 j

e 80 chs n 24.19 c' ) chs . .1 I I 9 1 SI I Lizzi.. DeBUsk . . + se ,4 f swl" 2i l"l In 1
Heirs of E. M. LeBngle .;eLl and s1of r nwL4 .t3312211| 20 1 61 i jI.-'lroida: Land Co. . e :: of, nit'4 . . . . ::13:19: "" J
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lsgainSWC'M < id s by 7.5" ch< et 'i I ID. B. Morrison t:: 1J! '' ;
A. B. DePuis . . om at se cor e cor of no1: of; I I IJohn| Sherman 8Wof swu". /i . :1i314:: 4.! 1

r- thence .n 313: . . . I3312i21| ;: 5 1 741,; Heir of T. W. J. Stanley 1.t.su., % % '* ..f n" /of . '' X 3 :.:" ::i! .'j I
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s 6.3 : \\aJlace Green . WI i. : :: :: L' .J
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of mvi* . 34.12Ill1: 37 : sett' -r

J. P. Lazier . . of nwl" . ..34:1.)1? 111 91 : r..o>ttj,- Kingcade n..ljandn.'L.fst.1.I :; :3."I-I,1: i ;:r J
nit 08..1 t't t. of S\\ l"Jr "r
by 1275: ft n arid! I
r if seVi of n\\4 .i-4112'2r!! : : 2'k | 1 91.', n>i:4: of sw I.i ; 13 1 : 2.,

.!3. 'l2'2li' Sit .-, N: : thence! e 2 II') ft n _"+8 ft ttK: !

I w cor of n 4 of! I i i' I J. J. :McMahon ft -of 2118 ft. . . . 1 ;j "

. . . .136112'11t' 1 91 : nt'l" sn'4 'X I.- chs anj t

Geo. W. WashingtonRobert ,tW: cor of se '4l !'! 'I i I j J. H and L. J. Johnson ? "" W side . . . ll !l3 :]" -7; """ J :] I

c . . . !36'12:21'! :: ;: I 1 j iJ.H andL.J.J.\bnsun. et.T."nt'n'e' . . . l' ;3'!::" :',"". 'L 4: j
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ft e 418 ft s 4181! i J. W. Miller . . cnnl 13'II 3'11
--... . . .1 i I I | 4 I :! ,11; i' Hi ch- s 'Jf nt' ("Jr of S\ t j 1 :1 ;13:11:
L. Smith and 40 chs w1"! t I Ii23'12'22' I thence s 16 Lh- \\' jo ch'n 1HI

. : ': I I S.IMH; M lc.Mahan... ., ,,1..ells. e 20 Chs . . ",._. .'5.5
hs w 3.1S chs si I I I 'IS. H. and J. J. McMahan3a p "' . . . ':!13'Hnt; : 1', ,;

ti: chs !i I 1 6d(}I 1 81 Charlotte Sherman of nt: tf 11t'1 . ::1 li'I: 'i. tilt .

R. L. Whittingt c% 2412i22i! | 28 I :2 45 n. P. Thompson . .' 6.3::! ihs 54 in sw 'or of X1:3. :: 1 13:20 1 1 '

Unknown 40 chs >. 241222! | | 4rt.25,I : 6S Francis Brown . . n\\" ne't' . . . .I-I: 13.,1)' 411 J !_.)

s in se h x 6.32 chs n and! I i Jrhs 1 I. }irs. S 11. Johnson 'e's'-;. ofsw ; of swti. . . '241320: 2'' 2 ;a

Mrs. A. . w',4 of net,i e and win! i I! ': !, Dan ScofieJd . : of SW% of :5WI: . . _:4132"! : 2" 2 3'1I '

nwV of seV4 ex !25l2'22i! ;!: 33 I :2 25 Susan Williams !:se % of sets . . '241329.: 411 :; 9_

sw cor of sw H of n*. and sv. of nw% i I I '! I Noah Scofield . .'inetil. of ::5,,' ', . . . ':!4,13i:!.': 411 :3I

James Little . 21.62 chs n and s by 3. 01 sw% ex sMt of! i I Henry Gatrell . :, nJ.:: of nett' of nw I. . 25'134'! tl :'I 1 61

: and w in se cor A Graf sw % ./25il2i22H80 I 119 61 Jfr V. DeYere .S 2, of nel4 of nswy. .... . i:513i'I; ,' II 1 a: ,

" Unknown .- . ..n% of nw% of nw 4 A r 14 of ne% and 5 al! I I I :nu of ne'a of se... 'Ji owl t and'i i i .

Tobias den Oll. . ..s 1-3 ex 44 a to B?lt"' \\a shape in se cor! | i i I 1 3tlrs. S. 11. Johnson..I! s of swl4. . . . 'n3.20.: ;os::; ._' 3 i

donda Grant . e% .!i26ll2l22t I 3 Saulte . nw'1i of neU . . . .981132o: -II' 2: 7f

S'I in . .com 28.:6 chs w .' . . 261121221! 80f I 6 333 P. FaPna . . !sw' of neu . . . :Si13w! ) 411 .: 71i
Grant . > ne'4 and 25.501- | 1 !! I ,;,420 ft sq in sw l'.r .,f i1:_ of n\\ 1 I :

thence w I' s by 20 ft e and! i '! I' Isaac Kingeade .'I ..%. . . S'13I :: 167I
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cbs e 11.74 ? of sw',., of neI I I '! '! I I Irs. V. DeMere . .iny,7 of neof :::...1" . . 9ilI1): : :4" .: 16

, com 12.63 de of sw',. i27J12'22! : 21 I ;5 971 L ",:. Crivalier % of ne'!, . . . 33113':1)! -til : 71j

Grant )f sw cor of nw4 1 i '! I t "M'emmg Dais //nt'% of s\\"lf. . . 33 13W! : 411 4 et

thences .27'12i22:! : W. and J. . { of set4 . . 3: U2I"tll! 3I .

5 c> chs n 20 chs w1! I I i I I F.. \1. McMahan. '' .>lt"14 of sW% . . . . ':U 1:312'0: -III :.6

chs 6 chs e 3 chs sl i I i i !! Sallie . ,' nlof, ne.4, of staL; . 1 la'1' ::n :. 4

g34 o' 20 ft road on n! I !! i "I com 396 ft e If 'w t.r.' . :.' 13121!
Gr I 46 i I t I : thence e 104 ft n Hi ft w 1.-t I

, --- . .. .i ,.?.,. i..i i-.: ft n of sw cor of' '! i' I I I'' H. G. Hull . . . :. ft ::. 418 ft. . . 1 74
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y' < [ Gram . . '122: 12: '2"r o 13;) seU of ne1 '2812'! :!' !!! 'I I ,) ft e and tw nn W side' of ,

Rhodes Whitington .'com 3.77 chs s of ne cor of nw : I I thence ni.62 1CDS: t' 6.50, 'I I I: w1" of S\\ "" . . . .:121: 1 :: H
1 Vt A Grant . . . 'L" I I I6l I I "'w 11, uf stt'4
2J: : 2n chs s 4621-2 chw >j.> chs: 1| 1.i 3 2 I Q. "X 7.4" chs "'II in

; thence s 162'h: : w 2": ,.h- : :H.!ir- ..' T?. J P Bishop : ( cn> ... and w by j,, nits nf: i : I I I .: r.i"hite i n. ( or. . . . . '.... 1,,,' )1 ...,.'. .': '))1) .
n 11'h", _'.i ch- :J. H' '. .tu'.! I.; "f 8\\-1 7.4'1, "
i- i sill :n -r r : ->f n- . .281220 13: i 2 o I "X chs s't III
j'; Lewis Floyd . . .lot t> A (.'..rantu!> o- 20122"! : 1.: ', it : : I- 1,. \-. ? ':':"_. . .hs ,-- of i | I I It. lIr for 1"1. .,' !
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t'om.4 L B. P. Hull . . . 1' )1' 1311!
1.:. :Mrs. S. M Johnson .lot I..1: Granu;' .t :1: ; i-:: : > >', -.\ -4 '28 12'22 I I CI'I1 1 15.34: : el1o w Hi n.. COI" of s.. i; .J' .. ..

J. E. Little . . t'o'u at nw i., >'' { !1' S thence w 6 chs n 5 chs e6'! | I! ', 1., of se' . . 31:1 1!

G. sur . . . >!'.l.: .j" 1 chs s 5 chs 3 7 13 !. thence W 1'1.1.. dl,.. 4" tit =
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__ thence s: 16 >7: chs n s":; (!.JKi :sdnj>' Lei 'lot 4 hlk 1 J. A. Harris pat! I IOltm I 1 9.'14 ch n 1'J dls .. S.3: :.: dl- 'J

:' i 30 min t- <<.*.i> L- n 11).13 ':2J-1222' : 1 9l I H. '.;. Hull . . n III chs. . . . !' 4" .i
: k 'hs w !:It..; on- . ',* ;:." 0)'. T. _'"I. \\J1- . . bjk _, antIto) ) ft .. r1j ? "? ILh' ( ; "se ] "f Se'rx t1' '_ .t n\I." .t :

r< Waterman Johnson ll'tft: 1 ana N ,'X 1.' ,'hn and! .- -! "f b13] : J. A Harris I set. .tf se'" and ;; I ; .ft .. and .I4

on n ir.il .1; i bt 1 iriL' U PllcV.liO.- .12i2: I 3"1 -ijl! w b y 10 l'ns n and s In s.. IIr .

r, S Gur . . .:11': .>1't'j'.\ :: E. Lai. . . '"' :j bik 4 J. A. Harris plat'! !ICara i I I uP: s\\.1/ 0 f. 1..{ . 3. I
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; A. B. DuPuis . . lots 3. 4, 6, fUN U. S. G.' . '! 'I0'ieu :! !! 260 . 3.1. lh" nand s b1i.L: : rhs !i

E t.-:. sur . . . . '.22-1220114.: : : ; : 7 ;'3i'W U. xiatriwa . of lot'V bl'k'g J."A.' Harris:! !f', I. I John Wright and w in sw ("Jr" 'Jf se 1:. :: I : : ; : i

. David Burry . .. .13 chs sq in se nor of ncl"' of ; I Ine'v I ., plat . '! i 5 67 Israel . n 3-01 of nwj 1f nwu ". l'I I
. . . . . "26'12'20 16 i 1 -. : G. Eekstin* & co-- . ,ot ;a Citra's ad ('itrd: 112; 22-! I 1 61 White . . s..1" uf sa% .x ;3: acre: tll <

I- C. D. Sanders . .. .n\! of sw,Ly of no'4 . .261220.:: : : 2,1 1 .):)1!, A. L. Moor.- . . ,,!lilt! 3 blk E. Steele's al +rural 12221' !! 1 37 G. O. Remmermand (i1 urcb. . . 4 i.:: 21. ;37: r) ..'.j, < t
Mrs. Septa Hall . of sw4 ofw 1, an.l ----4 A. J. Douglasa also 1 I: 1 I .!com 5 chs e of nw cor of t.. :'
.In-z! sw >4 ot ->\\ lt . . :2612.: .' "<> 7:; S. Bryce. !,', I ,I i thence 20 cbs sit 613 211 = i
" wI, 1f net and nlz of se14! !I !I .! i I .._ W 15 cbs n :20! I I I !
t.; j. c. .! 01: sw . ::II.I: -t'} ;; t of n\r'1 . .. . . .131112122160: 5 37 Susan I ".... t.la ens. . . . .I I' 1
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: :ilrs. S. J. DenmanMrs. . i of ne% of set .27I1210! 20 i 1 ; J. H. andV M. Porter Boyd . .. of !I 131 ': :: i
7 IO | 051 ; Of >. ;: ne34 of nw34 .31J1222! 10 i 114 "lne1.4 ne.o. .
. >% S ,4 u ; R. N. . .i I II
,: S. :M. Johnson . ,'com at nw cor of ne'4 of se142.:1226.! !: !! ; I E. U. Milligan . sw% of sw'4 of sw% .1311221' \ 10 I'i 91 Johnson . ; .,In'h of se% of ne1.4 and' s's 911321i! 0111 j 'hI)
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thence 18 cbs n1 I I Mrs. S. E. Jr. . 1
I s e 6.36 chs I I Moody, se14 of
U71e cbs n and s by 8.12 chsi{ i I I I I i sw% of "T ;
,",' Scbse3.64thsn1ileh.wl 1 : I I I W. S. Stewmaxt . ne'4. . .1 91131211 25 4- ;
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44 > 10 chs . . . 15 255 e and w in se cor of sw14; I I !I Albert S Penn . . .,15.e% of set or ne'4..I 9f13ln'! 20 :: iJ: :
i . . .1321121221 sw'4
s- of ne14 7 I I 1 44 ex n .. of J j
?', J. IL McEwen .. . ;se\ of sw% ex 10 chs *q in, i' ', I R. G Wright . . 'i19 chs and w by 20 cbs nl} I I I I 'I sw14 . . ne1.4 ofi! I r I I
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H. G. Hull . . 1 . .1 913(21/ ( 3 75
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ne cor . . . .;33,12i0130, ; 1 215 I i .corn at ne !
[ I I and s in nw cor . 321222L'nknowa ( 38 1 91 cor. . . 1913 !
;' Henry, Scarbro . . 70 yds e and w by 140 yds n! I I I J K. Christian . . .Isw} of se% . . . 3212/ 22 40 I 1 61 ,i thence w 11)50 it f'R\-f 210/ "21
and S 10 ne l.'Or of wI,r of nwl! I Jerry Steele . . '7.07 chs in ne cor of se14l I I I ft s 210 ft e 84f e I I l'
'4 of ne1,4 . . .1 33112! 20! :2 1 sq Amelia Turner tt etn 1 14 2 )1
451 1 1c !' of se& . . 5 1 1 91 .com 10 chs s of ne tt..1, .
, Tom Taylor . . "e\i of nw>4 of ne>4 of se'434il2! 20! 5 12 I . .. com at se cor of n% of se,*.132flZ1221! I iI I I of ne% . c' 10 ma. i I'i i i

Unknown . .. .10 cbs nand s by 15 chs e and!, I I I I II of ne% . . . 33l2f22f! I ; thence s 420 it w in tlve 1101131211! I :
in nw cor of ne4 of nv}35l2i20i! : 15 I 110 73 I 1 ft slur I I
e 10S ft. .
I.w thence w 20 cbs n 4 chs e 51) I 1 II I i
; L. P. Preston . . 33.73 chs w of ne cor .1 5l22l! I cbs n i cbs e 5 chs s 6 cbsl! I I I I Dr. B. P Wilson . .,'wJf.l of sea of nw'M, of then I 1 I 1 i 227:

thence s 6.80 cbs se 120 yds! I I i !I 1 e 10 chs sI chs . .1! f I 1 13 I 3 96 : and 2% chs e and wlntimLucinaa ut ,tl" I I !I =

I e661chsit10cbswSehs: I !i I 5 I 1197 F. KaminsJd o. . :203 ft e and w by 418 ft n and) I I I I : of nwU of I I 1

'. UnknownV .. .. ... "com 42.8S chs s of nw cor .1! 5l2! !21! I 1! s in nw cor of ne% of 4'331222'! [ 2 I 3 Jones . . w* of ne'4 of nwof,10113121'nw14 7.50' 1 31
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I thence s 12.74 chs e 15.31 chs I I I i i Mrs H. E. McAlhster .::8 cbs sq in ne cor of nw33l2J22J| 6.431 3 92W S. atewman . com 205 ft s of nw n44..110113121! 5 !i 161 ;

,., 1: n :2.25 cbs e 13 deg n 16.32! I I I Mary D. Harm . .;com at sw cor of nw'4 of! I I i I I i I of se*i. . cor. of. se141 l I I! i _
cbs n 34 deg w 9 cbs w 26.87! I 1 1 32 '5 211: . !10113121i! :
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i j ne'4 . . . . .((3312 221! I thence e 420 ft n 480 .
. com at ne cor . . .1 I 611211: ft w 420i! I I I ,
DL Avery . .. it
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thence s 22 cbs W 11.10 cbsl I I. i Cheesborouga lots 1 .1 I I I I 4.66! 1 ;I ,.,
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i / s 20 chs w 41.63 chs n 40 degw I f 1 : I! chs . . . .1 I I 19 1H ,I 2 57 Mrs.Elliott Cheesborongh ..lot ; bl c 3 Red 1 Reddick.ck. . .!101131211 I I l'1
2350 feet e 2S.79 chs n 19.40chs I 1 1i : : : L. P. I f fI M. E. Light . lot blk . .jlol13121! : 6? .
I I Bishop com 19 cbs w of se cor of ne 4 t I I I II J. C. 5 Re-ddick. . !
etopobex6ato DuPree . !
i I Si-I I 1 1t I of nw% . . . ./3312I22J! I . lots 7 !9 10 11 19 21 101131211 I! 3 69
monton . .194 25 W5t blk 7 RedI! I I 1
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3{. F. Simonton . .I com 65.08 chs e of nw cor. .! CJ12I21: I I I, thence 89: Iks w 4.15 n 6.73 cbs chs n 6.99 w 4.SS1 chs| I I i I'I II I i I H. G Dansby . . Jots 1 2" 3 . . . /101131211/ '' 6 -3 J
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I thence s 18 deg 19 min e 10.44! I I I i W. s. Stewman . lots -I 5 7 9 Reddick. 10113121i! 11* t ,_J
I cbs 6.37 cbs e 10 chs 201 I I 8
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I n IS deg 19 min w 17 cbs! I 1 I ; cbs ex 2 a sq in nw cor tot! I I I I H G Dansby . . all 21 of blk 9 Reddick. . . //101131211 I 3 W f| 1

I w 5.S2 cbs . . .I! 1 I I 1 6't cjlnkltplcA : church and %a in ne cor tol| I i R. A. Boyd . . '. Jots blk 10 Reddick. . !10IU1:; 275 il73S
school. . . . . I I 1 1Jj I 3 24 H G 8 and 9 bIlt 13 ..J
.. ... ."blk 1 Simonton's sub of 300! I I St : 'u4.s' . . s u of aw} of se4 of sea.1'3312J22 I Dansby . . i 1 blk l. Reddick.101131211/ l I 1J
. . . .I I I it 63 A.1 Bobbett lot Reddick. . '
6J12 21blks 10 4 22 . .lllU21
acres ;
/ I 1j.2.,!:.Jwn . . .. .com at se cor of nw'4 . .J23U2I22Ithence . 3 blk 15 I 151
P.: M. Simonton o. 2. 10. 11. 12: 15: 16. 17, 18! !! f n 13 chs w 4.45 cbs! i' J R. A. Boyd . . . lots 3 and itedcor . . .I10:13211:. 415
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.1'' J. H. Billingsiey : :. 12.50 chs e- and w on-% ride--of; >-' ;.--i- --,- J. B. Malioy M ; sw\. -----1. ; I Thomas. . .BUller.. ..... ...... . w>4 of se;. of se>k .!f32114120I; !" 20---1 ti1"
.. sw of sw1* . . . Iii321: : : 25 1 4 22 Sara Duckett n}, of se'* ex 70 jds s C'uver MILKS . . com at nw cor of se1 . '111321* I |: cor of ne!* of seii . . 34,13122, 79 i 5; 74 '! of ne1i. . 6 1 d7 I
: thenct"1e 6.67 chs s INS ft w 209:; ; j i i! I Unknown .I! of sw& of nw1* and w'ot' : ; II I j W H Red ding. . . .'ets of swt4. .114i13 73 .: .,t
x .. .h > '" ', '- _, ;-,, n t._. I | r'-_. of <"v>4 . . '34il322i! 3d I :3 74 {! Dan K"r"!-=r. . . :!wL of sw14. . . . iB121 i 49 i : 76 .
;1'1;; J. M Pri ,>t ;.j--s ...f nA '* 'Jf rie1* . . ;:, 13":': 3o 1 o5;; X J T'.an..rnd. . . w t oi :1W1. of neL4. . .. 91421' % 20 11-.
John Morn-on. . . it? of ne1 1:1321'' !b' ; 4 15; Philip Junes T .'w'2 uf nw 14 ex" ;l) yds e and \\ < < : \ G L Ha'I1es. . . re I.Qf sw14 and svti.: of se14. I! I! I I I
,# S. M. John-on . . SC ,,tm- \ of n"'!* V.f'nwU : I < by 140 ytis n and s in sw cor 35,13 22: : 7S; i i:6:: i ii and 6.32 cbs nand s by I I i I
and nia of sw1* if nw* of; : ; : Philip Jones w-J2 ut nvvi* ex 70 yds e and w | : chs e and \v in nw cor of 11.84'' I I I I

mvH . . . 131321,10;: :, 2 901 ,, b} 140 :yds n and a in sw cor; I j i! i of seta . . . .t i 914\211\ 47 I ; .-: a 1
itiir S cnail . w 3-4 or nw >* of sw1* . ] j 13'21.' ; 30 1 84 for 19<>5. .'35il3it2'! 78 i! 6 56 ;, Alfred White. . . com at ne cor of se'4 of se'4..I! n41! i I
.r. I nhlJn . lo chs e and w bv i; "h" r; anf' > 'I I Ir Philip Johns . ne + of sw'a and n :J-;. ..f nwV! i i % i I I, : thence w 8.16 cbs 5 6.32 cbs I i
1. sin ntI'r ''( In\1..x, o.d; : o: .'. '* . . . J":; 1.J _2 ;55i : .) 74i 3.16chss3.67chse5chsnl' : t I
q, '-). chs sq .n n. . '13:1: : : 11 j 3 36 >nt-rai Duckett :.1" lif -.->* 33;; 13 2_ 40 ; .: I);; I ."; . . . .1. ; 35 !
ro.Bnyd . sw >4 of 'nv' L4. . 14 13K'1: : 40 2 76'; Henning L. & I. CO..a 3-4 ex se1* of sw l* '36(1322.440 i I 9.3: LnknvwD. . . . ne'.: ''i : Johnson . ,'t% of :>\\1,. of nei* . .14.1321: : 20 .i; 230 L. L. Meggs se1* of seta .j 213,231; 40 2 05 Willie Town nd. . . com at ::i'\ I.r of se'4 of. .!1914 :1.th'ntr : :t
E.. J. Johnson . 3l* of Ne34 of ret4. . . 1413'21' 20i j 2 301 M. M. Grantham lot 22 ex 33 ft e and w on e side: 613i231! !! :2 45 r 4 20 cbs n 3.18 cbsl I I
'u'r Small . n of se1* ::14,13,11180 ; 623. Dr. C. E. Hammon . lot 24 ex 7 cbs sq in nw cor I 613)23i!! ) 35 j!, 3 44 ? ;.11 c'hs n 37 deg 30 min w 1 f ; ,
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:: William Sherouse . lots 6 S Wn ,lcfs "suo"-- Unknown .;7 fh* n in nw or .,o'nt! :!L. t> U: :;'j: :z71J2) :; t. -* 1.k ..3''h; e 11 cbs n 13.;' cbs wi I
ne!,. . . . . l:, 1321 15: ::3 116) J Hall;! . . . .u: 1: . . . . . : ::: 4" 1i V; 3.55; cit. s t.i.23 chs w 11.5 I ,: t
W. S. Stt"wman . lot 7 Bendcti's MrA, S T. Hall it 2 . . . . . I3ij3 -- .. Cbs'' I _
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sub rt r. .1.* 151321 4 n ;,7; ;; 40 1 65 S 13. L.h . . . I _) 3 3 9i I
f ;... M- ht'rUSt . lots 25 and 26: Benedict'ub; I.r : : l'nkn..wn . . . l orse1 :1: . . . ,,71323540: : l i 243: I A white . . . 6.3 L'hs a and w by 3.l1 cbs DI I I I
l J ne%. . . . . . .1513,21,20% : I 4221 i it' L. J. Hall . . of sw1* and 5\\,1. of se1i 18U3123i! \ ; 80 i 2 84' and 3 m "e cor of sw1t of! t t' i
t' t A. J Jones . . lot 5 blk 6 Fairlk-ld . . 713211: !i 11) Unknown .: .. i-1: of nw t4 and ne>4 of sw4 .;10'13'23; | SOL i 2 45 nw1.. . . . . .Ito '4f21 I .: !I 1I
R. T. Crouch . . !lots 4 "5 6 7 8 9 blk 13 Fairl I |I''! i w. H. Harrison . . m cn.i e and by n ens n and' i I i I J L \\illy. . . com 5 'h" .f nw cor of SW% .11 : I
I field. . . . . .l&lSi'lj I 3 2,41 I in s. mr Af <'*w-t4 c,f nTV4 .11'13123'! 11 I 1 151[ thenr :: ;; dlS e 3i.S8: cbs n7 10'UI' I I;
J. W. Davis . . lot J. M.i.: .t'' 11..n . ,, ,,
3 blk A Bishop's ad Fairi! i! t ":11 tis: ? ,1' nv Lr : : :: 1 + 1.S d.-g 3t. mmR w 5.05 cbs w 35.08 t i iJ f
: ;, fifld . . . . . :12113; :+" 2: 14 I tti.*ntt *.:5u:; ihs: r 1": .3o I'h n: ch: . . . . . .t 1 I 1 1, I 213
Jno. Parker . . ;lot 3 blk K Bishop's ad Fairi; i *.5" chi w 15.3'J: lns.: . 13. 1 V1: L t\ :> . . cumat\ It'rofnl-ofs.-lOIH'I: 1 ;!
I field . . . . 12132"J. 214 %:; L. S :Moody n!, 1>f nwx4 20 13.23' au : 64 ; then, r :1 1" chs e 35 6S cbs sl I I l
J. Barr . . 11.50 cbs n and s on so end of lot i "I!i Unknown: Se4' uf nw L4 2 '1323i40; f 1 I);; 7 d..g .n inn e 10 l hs w 35.t t I i -i

1 blk 1 Benedict Heights. IS 13'21 6 : 1 911 A. T. Gunter nfi4 of ncSlt 1323j;; 40 I! 1 4 i eh . . . . . .1 I :i". :01 :! '1) 1 13
J. J. Barr . . . 45 ft e and w by 210 ft n and i iI Barney Baldwin .33 chs e and w by. 950; nand; 5 I j jT I t Gu.'h. n. . 0: -;: "f '"t_ "t swL. .I10142; : I 4 H I
I s in ne cor lot 3 blk 1 Bene-, : i i p. .M nw l''rt -.,. .< : -.1. 341123' 6 I 1 30-5 I!i Muni'l: :;r & )'h.Dr.do! 16.35:; ch. .. asi! w bY' 6.23:: ( its nI I t -, i
I diet Heights. . . Is 13'21l : 2 21 "" i.--n .p, \ll -..-J"1 ?f ,1V' c.r. ,:: 1: and S it n'lor vf sit l-i Of.I! 1 : I ttnkr
L. L Harvey . . 'lots 15 16 blk 1 Benedict! I f i : : ;\. '4 of s-i* : . . 24 li J.") seta .l01415: i
I! Heights . . . . !S13,21i20M. 1 91y; iht.n.t- 110< y.is r 441 ydn ; .' .i'. :, . . cone .it r..t ''' of set l. . .iIOfU'l 1 1thra _
t J. Crosby . . ;lots .15 16 blk2 Benedict' j i :4; : 1-2 yds to branch ,;w with, 3.-, I:h. s 5; rhs tr ail I i t. .1C
; 1 Heights . . . . ;''IS! 13,2L20: ; : 3 ugi!, branch to po b.; I I 1 ; .3':l ;i 15 I clis n tug' . . .' ', ; I
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Williams 4 blk 4 Benedict wlo n", . :} .
. Heights.1513'21' 2 6. :; ;13.23 4'J 1 ) eoct I Unknown . : slot S blk 4 Benedict Heights. 191321 In ; 2 .6 I! Paul Hampton . : ": .: -i; inw' cor .i nw ; t I I13.23 ':ut r a 1" .hi: ; 7 ;-1 ,2121 .! 61; i ;\
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A. J. Crosby lots 9 10 11 12 blk ':' .\ . . .4 .- : ,.. .
. 4 Benedict, ; . ; 1 :"j j L'h.; 1 ,; t.; !1'" t:" ,).:!) "1, Ii ;:\\J : !'
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I Heights . . . ,1913'21;;' 4+J !: 3 Mary Ha.m:1 :. ,, :4 .r :1":4 ..- .\ '.. ; 3:31'+ 14) ch, . . i i' r ,; +j :3 ;
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Ben Sams . '' !''e1' of lot 24 blk 6 B rn(-dnt. j 3'j Mary. \\TJ1; : :1 ; _..1.; ?.f ':0:1. . . ;. .3 ::.. 4(1 4i ; X"al T" et.,..?nJ. . lute 1 :: idle r Martin. ,. .!lult.I 3 14 k __
I Heights. . . . . 191321 5 3 u6 J. \ Parrayim.r. .' ." .' ,.jt 1.. . . . : l4: 16i' :3 q' Bradiry .t::: But1.r. lot 1 2rn; :3 \.rtin.! . H.I.IJ1 1 3 I',
r L. S. Light . . . ,,300 aires on s end of -.1; of' i I G. B :: . . 1.2-1'; 44 1 ..i I J L \\r-y.:;: . . 1.)t.: ,; .: '; 7; blk 3 \oirl .10lit.l: : I :3.'t
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I wu, s Fernandez grant" .J! '12 21 3-JO 46 9:: 1ut II 4 .x fi a in nw cur and\ ; E P T".t.,,....nd. . I'Jt1: :; : t ut:; 4 Marur. . .. .10.1411! -I 6 .u I
nf-, --.. --ue Loner . . In..*-* .roaM..... j-if v. tot .G, .T.. TJ u. <".n."."..1'-. .' ;, ,; OX 3./S a to Ham,; >n and! i! Ea"t.'l.r=. ::::ro:5. . I.I".f- !,': : <>rrin . .'... I41:1'.! I..' 4..
i bell's sur of e part ot" S F>r-' i t I . .,.-- : ; ., ., ... Milhgan : u 11'b:;: ;: ,t i IX J Tu\\nind.J . . lots li 1% 1 -'b k-6' M b.rt.n 1|! j!; i 1 ;
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# i! nandez grant and lots 1 and' 1! i iI v '-r"lot 1.. y l ;",lit36 ;, 1 Unicn":, :I.: . . K.t1 4 t.k, 20: M.trur, . .11011! | 4,21i!I.I 1
,' 2 sec 21 and lot 1 sec _"i. . 13 ')1', 42.S' 2d tt n 17* : ;i I L W/-: .> . . i-t- i : .,?.- .,.;: Martin . !! ( | -! i
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I Go D. Maynard ;lot8 11 and 37 J. H. Campbell's 1 I i! w. H Harrison . ,I l'i 3. -h., 'i ,'iW. ,IJ L U :.i-v . . iotI .,: 4 DU 24 Martu . IOI1-11211| 1 l
)I sur of e pan of S. Fernandez' I 'I I 1 1i H Ham" . ."'1.. 24, 2.5') 3 44JIrs. : L \\"t! 1 a-! .'. n-2 lot 4 bik 311! j 141211( | i
f t grant and lots 1 and 2 sec 21 sand I : M. '" . 1-, 1.j-; &. 4'J 1 45C'nknow .: t -Mar- : !. . . . . .ilOi421j ; 11 :;
':' lot 1 sec 28. . . : 13,21, 17.24; ; ;5 9i l'1.24', 40 1 ..ia i Handy P? ':?r-on. . lot ,{ IIK! J.: liart.n: . . .ilOjl42ljJ14\ [ } I ,_
t A... W. F. Hull :. . . com at se cor. . . . ''.1.43'211: !I If T. l' . . 1'l24: : -I" 1 45Arthu E C \Io.'L..1.: . . et... or" \t :4 . . 141211 80 I 5 04S I,
thence w to w bdy of lot 4x : 1 : I 1613:4; 0111 2 "5tnkr I Frankt.r ... . ..;ss. .f- 1- t-i and 15 m on si } 1 I J
t j! n to nw cor lot 4 5> e :365 i fts, I I I . 2:' 1i)1:41 40 1 .'5 : Sit- i.: n'.x t4 of nei; . .115Unknow 14121! 55 !lt
to ne cor lot 4S n 1687; ft ti.. I I Pat' . :3.124'; : 4U 1 015tr' i tHem; of Jack Barns nw i,t ..i n \\ 1.4.Ot . . . .!15IUI21 40 i 2 45;) _
nw cor lot 52 s 6!, deg 4 mini'' I ; I 6 6r : of nw 14. :313,25:: :: 1 1'5 Queen Ca.n . :.,et -..'. t4 of nw% . . 115 14121f [ 10 1 1 II;5
i e 1243 ft to sec line s to p o bi! ( I 70 I i-- of sw'4 313: 25i Su :; 45f Lewis Jatk-on . . ..n 1,4 ui ,..- 14 nw>4 ex 210 ftl! I f I '! -
;' .; > G. M. Long . . . lots 55 ;56 ;39; J H Campbell's surf! I I I 5W 1." . 4 13:25j: 1 ..5 I 54 in n. >r" . . . :15J1421! 9 i 1 35
b of e part of S Fernandez!! I Ifl. if of 11.t 11) 513,251, so 2 45 n . . ... nl.:! ui :1.1.. of se>* . . .J151421 20 1 65 ;
.< \ I grant and lots 1 2 see 21 and!! . ; 131:5' 4iJ 1 45 Heirs of Ja,'k Barr.", ,; nr7 1.4 ..i n..I" . . . .116 14131)) 40 i 3:1: i
.JA lot 1 sec 28. sees 21 and. 12, blk la f : A IrvineJohn . . . ne of n.:4 . . . !16,11421 40 I i 1 65 :
R. A. Boyd . ,lot 58 J H Campbell's sur ri . . 1..13125. 1 75 t Mazi'ii . . ne44 or ,.., i. . . .111114121t| 40 2 45
i part of S Fernandez City: . I"1325! l 4 44lh I L E :Ma.k : . . sw t{ nt A4' . 16I14J21'! 40 I :2 45
i I and lots 1 2 sec 21 a' . 13125: 13.t1I' 15 I i Rosetta Yard..17'1421! ; 40 i i 3 44
J. \ sec 28, sees 21 and . ,,,17131251: -io 1 :5 Munroe .!' !n ot- ,,. i+ ",f s Wl.. . . .IriIUI211 20 i 145
R. A. Boyd . lot 64 J H : tnknv\\fi. . . : ..
:, Campbe' l' 13125! 40 1 45 : .In\\14! It \ . . . .117114121! 40Rn 245 ,
I oarr of S Ferrt side luts :. i i i! Pisetta R-drd. . r ., u:' n." ,'x seta, of set: oft! i !I I \!
> 1 and 2 . . ::li13'Z' ; 46 :. 75 nt"14. . . . . .!1Slu'! 1130| C "6 zI
I 28 sees :' . ;;11 131:5i: 11) 1 '15 I 'haru Kssler.Trutt . "S"I{ ot ,.\\l and sw' of sp.4I18lu:21180| I :2 76
22 :23nnet . _::113 5'151) 3it .> M B H.ifl'JiI' nwl 'If ..;" :4 !120)14121n ) 40 I 2 66 +
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. . :113251: 3" 1 45 : Thomas V.-.ley.: .14 : :. : :. : : : : : :iliUIl:; 80 3 9Y
nt v . . 211325: ;);i 311 i I 1 45 i Rooeri \\ ,:?ht. . : '.\ .f ,... :. . . . .;22i'14'21!: 40 I 21Hi
HV . . .:: 13'25, :2'9 1.1; William Bn>wn :,7" .t, .:. se ior .>f net; of] I 1t"nknutt !!
o t . ::nl325' : 6.i'I325 : : '" . . . .t 23114121; 1 : 11)3
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lot 1'' .2' 13'225: 2 !.f5'nigan ; Mw E.n. . c'Hnl": > :: fnwl"rofsw 1 1 I I i

City:" 13,2 ti5 ,'f n.'. t, . . . .1 251421u | '! 1
.:higan 'Ily ::.: 13'25: ;. 65higan ; : th.: .:" .. .. '.. ;6 chi .. 314 chs wI I I 1 ;
City.2'; 23'25' ;; 1 65 i 6.J6; I" '; ..1J I'; . : I I 2 1! :2 "1J
Mu 13.l.hU\;; \1 i-.n.; . . .r.4 .,f .... .f . . . I_.,514i i i! in
1frs.1. .,.. . .:.; 13'2i; I 95San ? M G .t.d A J'int-'n. ..1:: oIf :t . . . :214i x i ;5 74
\1. City :: ri; 13 25: 65 C 10.; .. . . .I..m ". \' ;- '. ot :0: t"r .f nw 4I! = I
Rich. . .;-; 23.: .::; tll 121: .f r. "+ . . :6HI11! I
1 I ,)f.1": '!: 135; 1:. 1 ft5,1" :h.-l. L :100 yll" .\ i.14 1 I I i t
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R. S. Winney: ,9415; .:.; 13'2: ;; {:\ : -ti \\,1111 Smith. . . :21'; : r : nw ior ": nt1* oft( I I I 1

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I i thence ,? .L ..i h..I Abr.t.i! Home . . -e-4: : a. . . . .,,26il4i21j, i ';6
!' ftv 1020:! . 1': 1:; ::5: :3-1" 73rnrt4 ii B Harlow Tru-tee..e': ., ..r : --14 and n\\' !4 of nws27J142ll20! i 1 as
Anderson Jones . :'cum 1.804 cl:. and ; B>-t Baldw inMr . . s- nw1* . . . !27142li| | i I 2 $6
>'\\1& . . . 1 :; 132:2':::'", Hch -= j K StfVtart . 'S-\ '4 ofw1* . . . .I271421: | | | 40 ; 2 66!
thence s 3.16 ins e 6.32 chi n i) ,: 'It 11 1I M n Harlow Trustee . .,t ne: '* and se1* of nw'* .!!:!SIUI:11120 ,,1In
!t t 3.16 t ns W'h:: $ . .1 I I I : . I H'19I:; 1 91 Mrs J K Stewart . s. :* of seJ4 . . . i281421i| 40 +! 2: in
Mrs.Vm.. Wood . :com 15.46: ft e of sw Lort -w! I Il : Llof: n\ t4 JaMcCray . nap ot nta4 and ne1; of nw1.29jU:11120!; ;:: i :5 99
: ; of neL.. . . . :271321.: I and ut, t4 H E Anderson. . . nwiA Of nw14. and r', of sw,1 i I I I i
thence e 142 ft n 592 ftv 14:: i i' of ,..- l-i :td and \v'of :se'. . . ;29il4i21! 200SO ; 9 99
I ft s 592 ft. . . . .1 i t | 1.92: . .: 1419 Jt.i1J 22 14 John Wesley Jr. . eL of St-%. . . . !29(14'21( : : 4 15
L P. BilUngstey . .coml0cbseofswcor\lfne/ ::2713i21:; ; : | ', of its L4 2 U'19ItI: : 6 :3 B L Clifton. . . sea, of ne 4 . . . 3CUi211, 40 1 2! 31J
1 thence n 592 ft e 142. ft si I i i iI D b ?1.4 flf n\\l" i, ,. : Paid. . . . . . sW "of set ex 14 chs e and! I I i
592 ft w 142% ft. . . I 1.921 3 66 and rt_ .' w on w side. . . . .:.3014i21w } I 37.50, :2 60 j
t W. W. Martin fractl ne' or lot 1. . . 2S13-21I: 77.571; 3 92 . . :; 141924"' :0 )9 Paid. . . . . . =* of ne% ex 4th cbs e and! I i I I II
-::. t A. M. Martin .all of tract . . . !35H321! | 51 3 22 D F 0 11 i fl. . '; 1-19'1'11' S5 I w on w side . . 31il4j21| 37 I :2 60
." j! Heirs of Abram Martin all of ex 25.45: ; chs n and s byi! I I i! j I Alex MesL . . ll'1419Id'} 5 UI H E Anderson . .nw }* of ne 4 . . . 132J14I21!: 40 !' :2 30
,:' f, 40 cbs e and w in se cor . ;,,36J1321j449! I 128 47 D B 1om501 . 11114119 40 2 1)5I Dora Daniels. . . net.. Of sw'..-_ . . . .33114121) 40 ( :2 :JO
f A. -M. MartinHeirs . com 19.68 chs w of se cor..13613'21I; I I Charles E Ba .L4 of sn'q l'e141912'0! ; 4It |is L Hodge . . s of sw* . . . J33IUS21, !, SO I ISO 4 15
; .. -"C. ,. thence w 20.32 chs n 25.54 chs e I I I I I W H BlItch. of nW4 ...t. i I Ii101419i I II J K Stewart . . .!twi of nw% . . . ,3tl141211, ( I! 5 96
m 20.32 chs s 25.54; chs. . 1 I 1 3 82 . . 70 :I 74 I Lucinda Richardson. . 4 47 chs sq in sw cor of nw1* oft I I 1 !
of Abram MartinP. :&3 chs e and w by 100 chs nj f I 51.911 Alex 1fc eil. . . ::11t14I19t659' :a 37 sw'A . . . . .t361H1211! 2 I 185
and s on e end of John) I I I A W Walters. side of $e141! I I I Ine iT Whitehead. . . neu of sw% . . . 36!14)21) 40 i 1 55
Broward grant ex 7 acres to, i I.3 t' x, . . . . .1 1141191; ) 14 1 67 Jas Washington. . . swl4 of se}, . . . .13 49 I 2 21
JI Meffert . . . !| J13I21J623 70 65 J H Horne .IS n and S by 2O cbs a I {I I Ir I H. M. Sherouse . s3 of sel2i of ne>4 . . .I 2114122 20 I \ 1 05
E. Weatherby . com 4 chs n of se cor lot 14 sub! j i I on n side or se'u of nw14I12I14l19 Ie 3 06 Louise L. Russell . .;'ne% of nw% ex ntz of set 4. of! t Ine'A i
"1'- of J Broward grant. .I I 'l321! | { J H Horne . :hs n and S by 20 cbs e and: I I II j of nw t4 . . .1 I : 14122I I 35 ; 2 35
3 thence w 6.25; cbs n to n bdy I I w on n side of set; of nw%! I Louise E Russell .n&/, of nwex ns of se L,* of! I I'! .t
t : of lot 14e6.25chsstopob, I I 1110 f 366 for 1905. . . . . .i12IUf191! IS 13 I 36 I nel4 of nwtt for 1905. + 211422! 35 i 35
1 1. C Ellis . . . seta of nw1* ex 7.95 cbs sq In! I '! t I IT S Barrow. . ,m 8 cbs s of ne or of se4 ot! I I Inw I A. P. Geiger 0" .:com 7.50 chs s of ne cor of swiI I 2114122t lI t ti
i I nw cor. . . . .ll1312t!I 33.68} 2 15 b. . .r . . .!.12\U(19\ ( i thence s 7.50 cbs w 20 chs 51 t I I I
f 1. C Ellis . . . 900 ft e and w by 795 ft n andl) I' I I I IS thence s :20 cbs w 1 chs n 8! I I I I : 7.50 cbs e 20 cts . I is I 1 iS
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in se cor of nw1* of nW1.11.13122111! 1 55 cbs w 5 'hs n 12 'hs e 12 ( I I 120 I 2 74 i! J. C. Howell . . nt% of se1* of sw }* and slot. o0.1 .f 1 I
f J. K. West . . . 525 ft n and s by 420: tt e and I 1 I is t Jane Edwards. . 1 of sw" of sw"-i. . . .11214114! 10 1 31II I neJA of sw% . . ::11429): { ) 30 I 1 95
w in sw cor of nw1* of nw.,.. 1113122J| b 1 75 II D B Momson. . :om 20 chs wand 14 cbs n I I I Miss Jessie A. Owens 'ce>4 of se'4J. . . .614,221 33 I Z 45
j T. F. and A. D. Harrison s% of set of cw** of se Ji . 113122} 5 I 65S se ro1'. . . . .ll lUil'lI } i Irby . . 3e% of neV* . . . ... GIHt) 33 I : 05 }
C A Priest . . . com at ne cor of nw1* of nea,1! 413122 I I thence n 10 chs w 10 cbs 51 I I Unknown . . . com 3fc chs. w of ne cor of se'.i I I d '
i thence 7.52 chs e 20 cbs wi L i Ii I 16 cbs e 10 cbs..I! I I I 10 2 27A i of nwL4 . . . .1 6 i 11J|: I
: 1.50 cbs n 10 chs e 5 cbs I W Waters. . . nev4 of seL and eta of se1. or, I I Iet4 I' thence s 20 cbs w 6.50 ens nf f I ,
I 10 chs . . . .nl I I 30 51 .; t"x 6.50 cbs sq in se co 12114191! 56 5 61I 20 chs e 6.50 cbs. . .1 i I 1113 I I 35
C., Priest . . . ;sw& of sw'4 . . . .I 4{1322! | 40 1 37 I Grant Moton. . . sw>.4 of ne14. . . . 113114 191! 40 2: 6I" i Paid. . . . . ,..Sfe of se>4 of nwit..I i 7I14j22I} 20 I 1 65
E. L, IVnnison . . .:nfe of sea& . . 1 4113122 SO I 2 76 I J com 3.94 cbs e of sw cor of! I Inwa4 J. D. Day . . . 14.14 cbs n and s by 7.07 chs rt i I I'I I
Unknown . . . se1* of set ex 330 ft nand s j I II I Ii I of nw%, . . .;13tHI19 I II and w in nw cor of tie1*' of! I I
I by *60 ft e and w in se cor 4113122) 35 I 1 91 thence n 13.90 chs e 15.90 cbsl! r I I IS I j! nel4 . . . . It 22 19 1 2 65:
i J. F Homer . . sw4 of nel* and nw 4 of se1* 5l3i22'! '! SO 4 15 I 15.90 cbs w 15.90 cbs. . r I I I 25 I 3 6iI i F. W. Bishop . .'16 rds e and w on e side of ee'A.1. I I II
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,t-l a Homing L. & I. Co. 'sw1* of sw aq . . . .I i 6113122: 40 I 2 76 I D B 11orrison. . . wt,4 of nw14 and w1: of sw\i13U19119! I 9"ID !! ,' of se E.. . . . . .I I 811 22 8 135
Henninc L & L Co. . ne1, of sw*,& and nw>* of se1* 13i22i 80 I 4 15 B J.lorrison. . . nix of nts and e'i of seJf..I14UI191.O! 16 41 fJ. M. Odam . . com 56 yds s of ne cor of sw4 I II !
3 3't", 8 C. Harter . . 9 45 chs e and w on w side ofl I I I I Ii Annie E Elberson. . .j of ne . . .I14'141191 4it ':: 84 i of seat. . . . . 51 1122 Ii
:i self of nand nw** of ne.::1! I I 1 I i tD J Cook. . . . s'4 of nwi4. .141419I! ; so 54. i thence w 112 yds s 112 yds .1 t I IE I!
of sw1* and n4 of nw1* ofI I I i I I Polk and .Yomson. . 51.io of ne" . . .. . .115iU19i! SO I 3 64 E 112 yds n 112 yds. . 1 I 12.50! 2 s5;
swl4. . . . . '14il3i22! 49 15! 76 W II Blitch. . . . nwt. of ne1 . . . . 'i14119f! 40 2 45I : Alice Wilson com t..Z cbs s of ne cor of sw% r I !
i r Unknown . . .'e', of set* of 8\\14. . . .I1413I22| 20 I 1 35 I I D B lI.-.rrison. . . s'; of nwL4 and ::; 1:: 'If neli aft! I I I II Ii : of se% . . . . .t! t 4 ;
K. L. Harter . . ets of neat of neVi of se1* . ''15,13122: 5 I 155 I nwI4. . . . . .iI5'14:19100: : 4 74j i thence w 5 cbs s 5 cbs e 5 cbs UI I Ii
Unknown . . . @ k.of nw'* of ne1* . .i1.\1312IO,\ I 2 66e1S.39'h5sqm I W E Curry. . . . n 1.: oi sw'L and sw L4 of swLAI I i I I : n 5 chs . . . . i !.50 : :.3
J. W. Smith . . W'= of se'4 se' ; I I I I and 7 75; chs sq in nw cor of! I I I I Ise'4 'J. R. Connell . . .I 13 chs n and s by 10'chs e and w I I I I
cor. . . . . .1,,1713I22! 73 4 06I of swl4. . . . !15U,19l2i: i f 04 ;i 'j l in sw cor of ne of se\4--- 914122 S ; 1 is
C. A. Priest . . ''W14ofne'ex70)'dssqln swI I I I ii I ,: Chas Lumlay. . . se1.4 of sw4 ex .75 chs sq in! i I : I I I i J. R. Connell . .'!3 hs n and s by 10 cbs e and wi I 1 I
cor. . . . . IS',13,22';, : 79 i 4 2S 1 nor cor . . . 15'1419i! 3-1 3 H : 'j in sw cor of ne4 of se4 fort I 1 I Ii
Amelia Aldridge . nw, of sw >* ex 2ccs e anJ! i i | I j Lee nw'w of seta . . . .15lul19; 4Q I 2 45 i I t. 1905..I "" 22 1 3 1 1 4 5 i
w on e side. . . . ;J18.13'22; | 35 I 4 06 IN' L 11 Armstrong. neL4 .)f X14 . . . !15rUI19! 40 I 245 J. D. Baskin . . lot g Swain's plat Anthony I I ,; f
: Amelia Aldridge . nw 1.* of sw 1r& ex J1? chs e and': 'I I I I C E Barrow. . . . .)f e-4. . . . .;15f14:19: 80 I 364D :JA. D Moore . . ;ltfls n, 12. 13. 14. Swain's platj 1 I 55
; w on e :side, for 1905..1s13(221: 35 4 06 B \Iorrison. . . e'ut nY-q . . . :iUi19! so I 4 HI : Anthony: . . . j i r !
1 Lydia Daniels . . 7.50 chs e and w on e sne1 ,:di'' d I I I I I D B Morrison. . . wi_ cf Le': : :. and n. and n' 1 I I I I :; Sallie Sumpter . .'lout! lot 7 Swain plat Anthony! t I i 45
of .w% . . IS 13i22! 15 I 165 : of sw L . . . . 123114119320 I 15 53I ,I J. K. Harvey . "tjUl. ots! 11 12 ex 50 ft e and wfon t i
} Lydia Daniels . . 7.50 chs e and w on e >iune .. of : I I t."n1mown. . . . se, of ne1;& . . . 3tU:191.: 40 I ;5 01'J i w side lot 11 Swain's pia:! : I II
. I >* of sw1* for 1905. IS 13,22} 15 j 1 So A 3lelver. . . .wl.! of ne'4 and CL3 ofseI.4 and: 1 I i Anthony . . . I 4 ')4
t., . . 13.31: chs sq m se cor c f nw -4- i'- 13',..._.)', b."O i! 2 66 I sw1..i of se-4. . . '-tIH'19'161) ; 19 33 J. B. Irby .,. .. . ";lots 99 to 103 inc Brokaw's adf{ I I!
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Geo E MeMuTtry .1ots'135 135 137 13S 155 156 I I Thomas Wilson . all of . . . . Tompkin's ad to Dunnellon in, I i i Noah Ulmer . neVi of neV4 . . . ..13016121110; %) | 184 R L Martin . . ot 2 blk 63 Belleview. ? .1 1 I i 2 I 91
sw1* of nw1w1 / . . . 25 1618| i ;: :;6 Alexander Wise . :.nwH of seV4 . 0' ;!!30ll62i;; ; 40! 276 G S 'Mosher . lot 1 blk 65 .Belleview. . I 14.631, 91
"-.. Unknown . . . / of seV* : . . . .12&1161181! 1016HS 4 35 Thomas Wilson . .'jail of . . . . 13V16.21I650' ; '! I 123 55: W II Woodward. . lots 1 4 blk 69 Belleviewot . ..1 1 I 18.601 I 1 37
Clara B Williams . seU of Iand nw %, of seVj I.-!! I I! Thomas Wilson . . sVi of nevi and wV- of seHi32162lU50: | ) 5 07 G II Hammond . 1 blk 72 Belleview. . .1 1 I I I 1 37
I und Va Int. . . . .|27jl6J18! 4" ., 37I C B Clark . . .Ine% of neV . . . .!!32'16,21i'! ; 1 61 E G R Stewart . lots 3 6 blk 74 Belleview. .1 I 1 I 5 I 91
.t Unknown . . . nw% of se1* of Sl'%, . . .i211161.-Iu! I 392 Henning L & I Co 'nV of neVi and wV of seH I Ml! i I John Kerr . . lot 1 blk !S4 Bi'll view. . .1 i I 5.12, 1 14
'1 William P Strunk .e% of se% of neVi . . j31Va ) 20 I :2 76I .. and neH of sw% and swH ofM! I I i isw T S Lockwood . lot 1 blk 85 Belleview. . .1 j I I I" I 1 14
I :{ Mary E Vogt . . t of nwV and swV* of nW.131116l! ll.1 I 11: I)'; H and seH of nw V* and! I M I '! 1 1i Heirs; of J B Webb . lots 2 and su of lot 3 blk 86Belleview 1 1 I 1 1
) Unknown . . . w % of seV of neVi and eV4 ofl !i i. i i. nwV of nwH . |331621l320!! i 111 58 . . . 1 I 1 1.50! 167
neV of seV . . I311| :;HS1!! 40 I 2 60 Louis Home . . swH . . . . !I34(16i2ll60;( j 4 44Henning J F Barrett . . .lot 4 blk 87 Belleview. eo I I 4 I 91
William P Strunk . wof swVi of nw1* and w% of i !i i I L & I Co . .iw! % . . . . .I,!35'16I21320! 1 | 1 564 A II Brown . . lots 1 :2 blk 88 Belleview . .1 I I I 1 7.141! 1 37
ne>* of swVi of nw k . .132116HI! | ) 21swVi ;: :152 Thomas Wilson . .!ineH! of seV I35'16i21l'!! : !140 I 1 45 P T Barry . . lots 11 12 13 14 blk SS 'Belleview 1 I I i 1 91 i
.1 Unknown . ... of neVi and nwVi of swVil! I 1 I i Thomas Wilson . .:sV of nwVi . . .1361&121180! I 245 J Barrett . . .lot 1 blk 89 Belleviewots . ,! I \ \ 5 I 1 37
) and sVs of 81[: n of river. .13>iUil35!! !! i 6 53 I Jane Chandler . .:n1- of neVi of swVi . 136)16121) 0 I 2 45 J F Barrett . . 1 2 blk 90 Belleview. .1 I I 1 9.19t : 75
Ray & AndersonUnknown . )ou1 to 19 me imnnellon.3516i'S.!| | : 1J WO I II A Ford . . wVi of nw% . . .1 1 2'16,22l; : 78 | 507 McGehee & Mayo . lot 5 blk 90 Belleview . .I\ I 5 I 1 14
. . lots 20 to 27 me Dunnellon.35j161t.! ( I 5 07 Maggie Howell . .13 chs n and s by 12.90 chs el; !M! J L Fish . . . lot 5 blk 96 Belleview . .1 I I I 4.691 1 H
C T Miller . . . Juts 387 38S Dunnellon . !ISSJlfillSiot 1 2 30 j and w in nw cor of sw % .1! 3:161221t': | 1 I 1 67 C D Barne . . lot 6 blk 96 Belleview. . .1 I 1 1 15 I I 1 14
Eliza Giles . . 26 Dunnellon. . . .!3516ix| I 5 07 Unknown . . .,nei of swH . . . '! 5il622| 40 I 284 J L Fish . . . lot 3 blk 98! Belleview . .1 1 1 I 5 I 1 U
UnknownUnknown . . . ot 43 Dunnellon . . |35ll6.Hi! : I 2 76 .I Unknown . . lots. 6 8 12 Brown & Dyal't-i j j I i I i iI \ Alf Abshire . . lot 4 blk 102: Belleview . .1 I I I 5 I 1 61
. . . lot 44 Dunnellon . . !I35H6I1SI! I 6 23 I : sub of Hyjulius Grant twPS! I I I |II S II Woodrow . . lots 1 14 blk 107 Bellevi..w..1 I I 1 I 1 63
Ray & !nderson . . Iou 75 to 108 and 133 to 142 and! i i I 1 I 15 and . . . |11&122175| 116 01 F W Peifer. . . lot 10 blk 116 ellevlew..1) 1 I I 1 I 6S '
148 to 160 and 167 to 265 and| i I I I F R Gary . . w>M of ne% of sea and nwHl! i i ii I 1 L W Peifer. . . lots 1 4 5 S 9 blk 121 Belleview! 1 I 91
r 291 to 301 and 308 to 311 DunI! i 1 i of st' . J! 81622| | 60 I 4 34 Mrs II C 'MartinA . lot 6 blk 134 Belle!iew..j 1 I I 5 I 1 14
\.'/.. nellon. . . . . .35116118:! I 19 14 I Amy Simmons . nwH of ne%, . . .1 1| 1622J' | 40 1 4 44 iM Bridgman . . lot 1 blk 13S BelleviewVf . .I i I I 4 1 1 14
'".' ; (. Camp Phos Co. . lo 356 Dunnellon. . . !35il6'lS.35I16USI. t 1 84 W II Burrell . . seH of swVi . . 1 16l22i 40 I 2 45 Martha Mason . . n of nw1* of neVi and nV: ofl I I I I
<. F J Titcomb. Trustee lot :6;) Dunnellon. . . I 7 38 Henning L & I Co. . SWH of net* and seH of nwylOl6l22! | 80 I 2 76 neH of nwH . . .1311161231 43 I :5 37
.,' E M Ray . . . lots 422 423 437 43S Dunnellon35il6'l| | I 3 92 I. Sol Johnson . . neH of nwVi . . |1016J22| 40 2 76 Alice E Mason . s'h of se t,, of nw'i ex 13: ft el ( I I
<: C Y 'Miller. .Agt . Lois 426 and 436 Dunnellon l35il6US! 1 S4 C B Roberts . . seH of swVi . . . 110116122! : 40! 1 230 and w one end . . .! 16123! IS I 3 05
.: Unknown . . . iots 467 468 and 489 to 497 Duni! !i i 1 I Dr James -Mclntosh . e!:= of nevi . . |lll622j {! 180 1 2 76 McGehee & 'Mayo . neVi of sw% . . . .1$1:$ 16123! : 40 I 2 3i
"ti. nellon . . . . 135I16I18! ; ;' 1 I 6 99 j I Rennin L & I Co. ne"y4 of nwH . !lll6122! : 40 I 161 1 Mrs A T Whittier . nVs of swtt of se% and sw1 41 I I I I
;: Sam Bass . . lots 526 527. Dunnellon . 35116118! I 5 07 II John Woodraff: . com 595 ft s of nw cor of swH'11116122' I ex neV of sw'4 . . 31seV 16 23140 I 5 37 _
',:'; Mrs. E. D. Tompkins lot; 557 Dunnellon . 35il6Jl8i! ( I 14 31 thence s :365 ft e 358 ft nl! I i I 1 Unknown . . of neV and wV of nw',1 1 I'I ;
,. : Unknown . . . lots 897 89' :9 .. '. Unknown . . . lots 122.; 1227 1267: 1337 1359! I j i I McGehee & 'Mayo . n 2 Of Set4 and Kfy4 Oj seHllIl162212ft!! (| 1 I 3 29 s% of neli of nwV and se1.1$ I \ I I
1361 Dunnellon . . |351618| I| | I 143: 25 Peter Wright . 1SWH of se1/ . . . |111622| | | 40 I 2':39' of seV, . . . . .1311162UiO! I S 23 '
.. W P McKinney: . lots 1252 1258 1266 1270 1272 1274| I 'i t I I I Unknown . . ',nw% of swV* ex 6 chs e and!! j i I I David McAteer . .. com at ne cor of swH . 32 1161 231 I
'< 1292 1294 129S: 1300 1338 135t! | I i I w by 11 chs n and s in sw| I I II I thence w 20 chs s 5 chs e 101 I 1 I
1352 1360 1362: Dunn lIon. .(J35U6J18I: I 7 95 I cor . . . . H1116122I! 34McGehee I 2 44 chss2chse1.91chss12.931 I I! I I
'f | Henry Gordon . . lots 1220 1226 1240 1246 1304J i I | I & Mayo nt'''!, and sVi .( )'16i22474McGehee | 'It 31 chs e 8 chs n 20 chs and w!:1| 1 I \ I
,. 1421: 1422 Dunnellon . J35161SI| | I 5i & Mayo ney of ne!, and nev f' '*iI3116i22180'! I 322 of se% and :220 ft n and s onj! I 1 1 I Is
a Dan: Miller . . lot 1236 Dunnellon . . .13| 35il618| | I 161 J Hoag. Jr. . . 'I\\| / of swH of swVi . U3il6i22! | 20 I 2 30 side of seV of sw-1i . 'I 11114 I 6 57
;:1 Julia Keddick . . lot 1248 Dunnellon . . .I35il6! ;18| 23 5 Peter Wright . sVi of nwVi of neV . . IU1622| | | 20 I 1 '31 Unknown . . swV of ne1* and neli! of sw .It5161U: : SO I :2 44
'. Don Stenson . . wyof lot 1256 Dunnellon. !135(16118( i 2: 7f McGehee & ilayo slb of ne% and nwvj of seHil41622il20nwH | !! I 392 .Mrs'M Wallace . . w Vs of Lemon Island. . .1t6116131: ; 5 1 65 .
; T L Lowree . . lots I2I 1 1258 1277 1278 Dun-I| I 1 Inellon. I Unknown . of nw% ex 6.32 chs sql! I!M I I'1 I II R C :Middletown & Bro net of sw1* . . . .1 116:41: 40 I 2 75
...' . . . . 35ll618i! | i 5 3'I I in sw cor . . . !U162138''! !: | I 260 R C .Middletown & Bro seVi of swV* . . . .1 116/241/ ) 40 !! 1 61
WJ'Mixson . . lots 1261 1855 Dunnellon. 135116118; ,, I 12: OuT Unknown . . nw H of nwVi ex 6.32 chs sq in| !M I I 1 T J Sellers . . 13.50 chs n and s on s side of 1 I I I
D Weeden . . lot 1269 Dunnellon . . .!35I16,18 i,! 3 92:: I sw cor for 1905 . . il416'22i! ; 38 i :2 6) nw of se% 21161tl 27 I 1 67
,.-f A E Boone . . lot 12S1 Dunnellon . . !351618'! 1 61. : Mrs S E Turner . se% of seH of seVi . .!i4l622'! | | 10 I 1-14 Heirs of G R Wil<-oxe1) wV4 of seV and e 1-8 of se1*i (I I I
;:; T L Lowree . . lots 12S3 1284 1286 1289 12991\ I Fred Perry . . em at sw cor :>f Morris lot '!14l6i22! I of swV . . . .1316211. 45 I 2 14
r1. 1300 Dunnellon . . 135,161181 I "!, !';: 9 9!!1 : : thence w 187 ft s 250 ft el! I I M I I Ii'l D A Thompson . . neV* of neVi and s 3-4 of se1Vs .1 I I I Iof
,,' C T Lowree . . lot 1285;: Dunnellon . . .l35i16I181I 1 2"< 1187 i 1 ft n 250 ft . .1 I 1! !! I 1 1seH I 1 51 Hwy . . . .1101161241( 70 I 3 52
Dan G Watkins . lot 1336 Dunnellon . !35l618l! | !1 3 9!i'l I Unknown . of swH . . il4'16i22! 40 I 2 3< Heirs of G R Wilcoxen s of neH of nwV4 and s% of! I I I
Mrs W Scipper . lot 1365 Dunnellon . . J35'16ll8'! 5 OJ: j J L Middleton . . 'lot 9 Cline's ad Santos .!!H4U6I22! 1. 50! 91 1I nwH of ne% . . .1101161211 I 49 I 1 91
Thos Collier . . lot 136.S Dunnellon . . .!3511618! | 3 9: 'I Mrs: M E Counts . .s 3-4 of swV of swH . !17'16'22: 30 I 4 41 Unknown . n% of seH of nwV and e% ofl J I !

1. W W Mann . . .lot 1370' Dunnellon. . . !3516JIS| :, 1 14 i iWrs of Jas Caldwell .e'yi. of neH . . '!18I16J22: SO 1 8 03; sw'4 . . . . .110161tI90 I i I 4 .'".2
-.. G D Mendenhall ,iol 1376 Dunn''n'I . . .!135il618t| 3 2: ( Unknown . . 'Sl* of seH . . ;18'16I22' 80 1et I 843! L D Marsh . .. . s}.: of nwVi of sw'.i and eVz I I I I
t Mrs. N A Hargraves ,lots 138f 1321: Dunnellon . !135116118! i I 9 6!I '! H A Duebel . . iiiwVi and nw Hof swH and!! I 1 1 \ . . . . .112116124100| 13 I 52
Heirs of W II Stevens |plot 1413 Dunnellon . . )35.16il8l) !1Ot'O 1 6i ; : of swVi and swH of SE"II"j\III)122130| 1 118 31 L D Marsh. . . . w swHof nand seV4 of nw'I 1 I 1 1

McGahagin . . jots i4;>iy ->_ Dunnellon . 135'16'18' \ i: 7 31I I ''cGNiS . . . .:'sV4 . . . . . !2ll6l22! 160 I 6 4 and neH of swHneH . . .113116124160} I 3 d>
Mrs Henrietta Knight \\\nt 1503 Dunnellon . . |.135'Hi:1.' : I 3 9 : i lW S Bullock . ..":"s-eV of swH . . .121116122: 40 1 4: L D Marsh. . . of neH . . .$ | 40 I 1 61
$14I16124
Unknown . . !iiot isijo nunneiioii . . !i35 16'1S: I 2 'iMtGehee' : & Mayo . .'sw% of swV4 . . J22I161221! 40 I 1 8- Isaac PerryUnknown . . s'9 of swH of se!, and swVi of! I }I I .
1 II A Ford . . lots 1S05; 1S39 1841 1843 .-t-\ 1 I j Unknown . . wti of neH . . . 22'1622" | | 80 I R OJ se% of se% . . . ) 30 161 j
l.i / I I ion . . . . . '3516'ls' S l '1'Mrs F J Mclndoe . n% of lot Al Wheeler's sub.2311622i'! 3 I 11 . . . elh of neH of seV4.eV . . .. :: 20 !I 1 14
Unknown . . . .|lots 1849 1865 1871 1S79 Dun-i, J! i iI I 1 Jane Cunningham .''(lot A3 Wheeler's sub . !23ll622! 12 I 114 Frank MosesThomas . . of neH of swH and S%2 of 1 I I J ;f
i'r\ I I n..II'111. . . . 1331611' I .9'tt. }1 H H Polly . . . lot4 Wheeler's sub ,23<1622| 12 I 1 8- swV4 ex 10 chs e and w onl.11511694 I I I 1 1 .
Ht irs of Atkinson . !swV4 of sw' V* n of river und Vsi! '! J! I .1 1 Alice Damon . . ....1{ of lot 3 Rickard's sub .123116122! !: 4 1 14 w end. . . . / 79 I 3 3S
j .Int. . . . . '!36116:18'. 15 !139Henry '..".1 P B and R L Bradley w V* of lot 3 and lot 6 Rickj! I I j23J16I22 I I II Pasteur . wlh of seV4 . . . .1.15116124 SO I 2 75
Wild . . nwV of sw % . . : :! HH9' 40 1 I. 2 31 I ard's sub . . . 35 I 3 Oi Unknown . . wVs of ne%. of swH . . 20 I lit !
M( M Martin . . l isw V* of seV* of swV . .' :!'16'19110' I 9'l Mt-Gehee & !Mayo: fcj= of swV4Tn. . . . 2316'22! 80 2 'ili Louisa Meadows . sw% of seVi of neH . . 221624swH | 10 1 91 I:
. . I 3 9: : : 3, Unknown . . . . 40 1 84 i
Jerry Burnett to't. of nwl{ and S\\1- IIf nw% 5.16iI9:1!! i : .. A Stannic ..-aV Of HWV Of se'; 23116122! 20 I 1 of neH . 221624nwV4 | I -
Mrs A L Aikins . nVi of s\\' !i of m\H . i\ 6il619! | | 20 t 1 6 ; Ht'nning L & ICo :- "4 of nwK . . 23H6I22! 40 I 1 6J Isaac Perry . . of ne1* . . . . 93161241! 40 2 339L 0;.
Bank. Fla.. Agt 2n I 1 6: nof and I I J J Fort . . . . . .2316211:0! I
First Nat'l gV of swv of mvVi . .1 j 6,16il9i; alclielire & Mayo nH and nwM s,4 I I : e% of swVi of neVi ,
First :Nat'l Bank Fla., Agt 4 of !Ht'X 70 yds sq ini: I !II I I ; of se'4 . . . . 2ti161! 12 3{ J B 'Martin . . eVs of sw!* w of river. . 231624! 60 I 2 76
(IS\\ne cor. . . . . i! 616,191,, 39! I 301? J H Gardner. . . .'3.16 chs sq in sw cor of nw141 i I I"I 21317 Unknown . . . n',A of SW'4 of swV* . . 23'16J24 1 20 1 37
6116H91 80 i -11; 1 of . . . .21116122! 1 12] L P Warterman . 3-4 of swV of I
Unknown . . s': of sey, . . !I swH e nw Viof s :41624
J B Peyton . . : :Se"v of sw'4 and sw Vof seV | 716'19l| 80Heirs : 4 Ii Unknown. . . !com 10 ft s of ne cor of nwV4 1.1 I I I I'I lie road . . PUb-I. : 25 2 6 9
of Atkinson . UwVi of swVi und Va int .1 I i'16190! '! 1 3 j of seHthence . . . . .!,251161221! 1 1I Unknown . . . neVi of nw'i . . 40 1 84
P T Austin . . +'198 :yds n and s by 74 yds e and! 'I I! 'I I I s 32 rd.w 10 rds n 321! I 1j I I I II Unknown . w% of sw!* of nwVi of ne .126/161241| | 5 I 91 .;
I w in se cor of ne1'+ of neVil\ j '! '! i I j rds e 10 rds . . .1! I I I 2 I 2 1 0, Mrs W R C Barcliff. . swV* of ne% . . . 2616124 1 40 1 1 61 ,
: of nwl4. . . . .1111611f1! 3 : 18:; McGehee and 'Mayo . nwH of nwH ex 5 chs n and sl! I I I I1 I- J A Fort . . n ti of nw ',of nwH and neI 1 I i I I
S F Joaes . . ''s 3-4 of''k uf s\\>a . [11161916U! ; ) I :2 S! by 10 chs e and w in sw cor .125116221! | 35; 1 2 i 6j of nw% . . . 26I16J24of : 60 I :2= 37Unknown
J Carsteins . . .I Ie'; of se.of nw'4. . ..11316l! 1 20 1 2'';, McGehee & '1)llyo . .'neH of swVi of neH s of R] I I j I . sVi of neH of seV* . . .127116124( 20 I nl
.. Mary Blue . . !ln va.4 of sw'y4 and eli_ of ne%! I I I ._ ; R . . . . .25H6l22i|:: 6 I 12: . . ne% of swHseH . . : /281161211/ | 40 I 1 61
': of swy4 . . . .II3161191! 611 I 2 1:;) Liberia Williamcom 8.5S chs e of sw cor ofl! 1! I I I Jno A Graham. . . of seHswH . . . :011612.! 10 | 131

Cnknown . . ;.,s1J. of sw'i. . . . .i1311611.91 80 1! :3 4! I ,, .nw v4 of seH . . .l251G 1 : :._. Robt :Marshall of se HnwH . . . . :! 40 !1161
', ': :::::parkman & CIl . swy4'- \f nw'4. . . 114116119' 40 1 1 4 thence n 2 chs e 2.50: chs sM! I i M I i I I McGehee & Mayo of swH of nwHswH . .131 16 2tl 10 91
. 1' Diary Blue: . . .ls% of ndi and ne'+ of n(1)14 of, f I i I 1! : 2 chs w 2.50 chs . .1 I MM I I 1 .50' 1 i 8:l R M Blair !I. . . of seVi of seH . .3116121 10 !I 91
j se-14. . . . . ::14:161191: 94 3 R C Ridge . . 551 ft e and w by 310 ft n and! 1 I I I I Unknown . . com at ne cor of se Hof nw!,!3116!24 I
tf. J D P..yton . .1nw % of nt'14 and neof '{ : sO 9 s in se cor of nwVi of st %12511622; !! 4 l' .2i '1 1 thence s 30 chs w 7.50 chs nl I I I I
7 Heirs tlf Atkin" n. . 'nw'14 of nw'4 and'( iut . ilS 1619! 2U I 2 Ij :Mrs C H Northey 1330 ft e and w by 327 Ji ft nl I I M I I I i 30 chs e1) chsnwVi . . ., I 1 122 I _)21t
E W Clements . 's11. of lot 10 f'isl\i: sub. . ::19116119+ 3 1 1 : and s in sw cor . . .!125116122: 10 i 2 1 I Unknown . . . of seH . . 3211624swVi 40 f 1 84 i'
R L Harnt's & en 'Inw'4 of nW4 of nw'4 w of R R19'16119:; :! 1;. 11V .. Unknown . . seVi of sw"% and sL. ofse 4i; I i I R L MartinR . . of swH .. . . 33il6'21! '! 40 I 1 61 '
Ai J Weston . . :seL of nt"14 and e': of e-14..119'16191120! I I"iJ' 9 and self of neH of seH . !i25ll6i22'14'! I 17 i iJ 6:g Middleton & 'Bro sw''i nw 4 . . . 33J16I24 40 I 1 65:
} II 0 Weston . . neV4 of ne'i. . . . !20116:191: to 2 a A Lucius . . nwH of ne 4 of S\\' % . .126116' 2! 10 11; ,t Unknown . . 2.70 chs n and s on s side of nw I I I I
"'', Pa'd . . . . . .s'" % t"X n.:?% of se'; . . !'YI16119II'JO! 3 I Joe Luciu: . . -ew-H of neH of sw y and 8<:' '41! I t t L. of s w 4. . . . 34116124! 5.50: 9* If
a Paid. . . . . . 'ne tof. Sf>% . . . !,,2'5'1619' 4/ I 2 f of swVi . . . 126.16122! : 50 I! 3 7I ; R L Martin . . .'nof swVinVs . . . 35il624i| 40 i 6$ t;
",.'6 Unknown . . !I sei: of n\Y14. . . . .!"r1161191; ( I 411 i iI.euis .I a Harley Luciu: . n1*. of nwH of sw'i. . '26il622i/ : 20 I 1 !SI Mrs J H Hall! . of nwV4 of swVJ. . 35116124! 20 I 1 37
Harron also John .I I I I I I I' Willie"Lucius\ . ,.:1? of n\\H of swH . . .'26'16i22i! 20 I 1 St t Empire Land Co: sw-14 of seVi . . ./36116J24! 40seti 1 145
;' Harwys&... of nw% of nt"1.r4, . . 11'1620'; 20 i 2 Mrs:, Etta Sha,1.+ .'x 19.06 chs nand s by''' I !1 I .i: ; I I I i
.or. Unknown . . 81: of nt'l of fl'i. . . 116\20! \ 20Cnknown I :! ..a' 12_5<> chs e and w .in ne cor! '! I I. Unknown . . . of nwH . . |36l624i! 40 I 1 45 R '
,;;; . . . ,''nw'- % of ne'; 'd nF'.' of n\\.1,; '1'>::16"01"! SII I :; i 6 and ex 12.50 chs sq in se cor':26l6:! !>:22J121:! I 6 !8 31JnIJ A Graham . . all of \ . . . .1 1 8I16I25640! !! 1 :: 42

4 Thomas Nilson . . 'siv1'; . . . . 1Si162016'2! i S.." Unknown . . .d.l:; of nwH . . . !126116: ;: :22'::!': 80 t 73:8 Irs C M E Jenkins . s 3of se ViOf nw% . . .|1916i25| | 16 I 91
.:-. Unknown . .I''St.\t . . . . !18116"/:160" :' I 6 4-t M: O Ward . . lot 2 Beckett Plantation . .!i26116122i: 10 1 1 I 6 Jno A Graham . neV of nw H and nwV4 of nei29ll6125! | 80 I I J: 76
D G Maloy . . . ''nt'14 .20162.l61; I 4U 4-t E S Crowingshield: . "I' Beckett Plantation. .12716l! 21 10 !U f fC 6 1 P Grigg.s . n>;. of sw '* . . . .;29'1625'! !: ; 80 I ',07
n 0 knm . . 'nw4 tit nt' ",land n.,. of nw. .4 I. !I I B Sibley . . '-"tt Plantation . i34ll6'22/ 1n : 1 1 1J 6 1 Oliver Fort . . \v1:_. of seVi ex 400 ft sq in set! I I I I
and sir's of nw'/ . "2'61620160! !, A PhilbnckE . . Plantation !i34'16L'2i 10 j 1 6 or_ . . . . .|301625! 73 I :2 83: ",
'. ldrs E J Jordan . ieL and sw14 and s'I'i of nw% ;;.''.111'':.0'-8! !I 14 .. M Taylor . plantation! . .'20'18'2J'' : +) I 1 6 1 Jno A Graham . SWl .if nwVi.f . . . .130116125 40 1 61 ;
':.; Unknown . . "sW; .j.of nt'% and eS 0 f.".{ !,, ': I.: i I IFinley I J C Hill . . lantatinn. .1341622'! !0lantati.'n. I 1 6 l' Unknown . . . t' ?4 -v\ '+ of nt'%, . . 3ll625l! 10 1 I 91
nl: of swy4 and nw'of s".1 :11161.11240: ( 110 I 3_ Robt S PrattMcGehee . . .1J4': '1J'2-'I! ;:; I 1 3; F P Edinger . . lv t.jnd 9 sub of nw% of nwl I I I IH I II
I I 161: 2'I I 1 Is' 6:0 : ) I . . . . 10 1 21
Rebecca . . "I; of ne4; of ne'ra . .1! 4 & 'Mayo 271622* -III 2 3 I 1321161251\
J 10' Shands ? ;. of nwl4 of se'4 . 4iI611! : 30 !8 SaltzwedelMoGehe i-H . 2716J2'' : 2fi 2 7 6 JmI A Graham . . .nfol4 ,.f nVi and *V> of nwHi 1 I I I i<
\.' :' ,4. Unknown . 'sl.. of sr'; of nw % antI s161 I .. & Mayo . . . 28'16' 21: sn 2 4;; I and w'.". of seH . . l32l625',20d! : : I :i : 1 t
" : '- of nwl! of Sf'L of nW?i -IJ16I+ !: ::1 I 1 !9 Godwin & Green . . :!8'16' :!' -tll 2 4 Jno :A Graham : . all IlL. . . . .!36ll6i25640all | 11 42
.' r"' ", Thos Wilson . . "all I of t"X Wl_ of sw ,; . ;-t 116"1'I" !I 2''0 4 Henning L & I Co -e4 of n\\I; _'9'1622rj'J9 1I 3I..I Empire! Land Co . ..f. . . . . ,1 1'16126640' I 111 :a
Jennie Jacobs . .In\\: of stcLi ex 139 yds sq inl : : : H A Duebel . . . '16 :22': SH I -I.4 j |' C H S.Uj' . . 'all or . . . . 21161261640 !114n:
I I1W'or& and t'x 3 cbs nand! I I CMia Hamilton . . 9'Iij'2'': Sit 4 4-I Empire Land ('u ell . . . . ..1 3'1626ll45o : I J 39(
1 I.S ride' . . .I j 611"1'! : !I.3!) !. 2 .)'' I W S West l.{ . .If*'1612.: 1" S;; : iC'iiii'iv! : Land Co . of 11"' and e' uf Sf'o, !10>16'26160Hll6i26f643' I 76EniPIr.

Titus \\118\1n . . I'all s of ull . . . .I I -16")1:6-t!': : I: I) 4 1 (C V Mill-r . . .:+);;16 :2. 4'> 24:; j Landt.( 'o. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .ali..j. . . . . .! I Hn:
:r...... Thus \\'ilsol1 . . .tl, of sv') . . ,! SIII1; S'o 30 11 H Felder [1\\ 14. . 'ilH622! : 1""' 1 4:; ; En..; .r Lind . ; all! o; . . . .Jl2ll6i26l387' \ I 14 alN' :
'rB Thos Wilson . . )f nwl and sli! of s'g1 I I I !! l'nknown . . . .;11122: : : 40:2'16i'2 2 ( ; j J'>- '!lilt! Tbler I 1)1- :. I ,' . . . '241161261144. I i 17j
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I and WI of sw\i and ne'. of !: ton"\\ n . . . .: 411 0"I it'r coin :'. .. i:1"}; n 044 ,J..< w of I I is t
'. I 'l'-' . . . .! !(16i II 3; I 9 1Sw ,I. Godwin & C by 94''= e'ts n I 1 Ir >: 1. . . . ':16 I'261; I
," James Cribbt-tt. .In' I.f'7'tt .. uf not . .191I! ; :! 1 i: .. . . ";3'16' 2" 7 1 1 th i:, '," 7.07 hp 7 '17 chs !

J F G Buhl . . . ,,,e'i of se.v4 . . . .!!6)1161211! -II! !i :3 ._. L Palmer 1. . .13'16'! '.'_' i'i iI I 6;; ; \\. T.t Kr. . . I. 7.117; ; :1 i- h 7.',7 i.:!' . i i. 1 '1
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Unknown . . sw'i of s\\" .. . . .ilto'1o111: : : -It 34 11 I:.) 1I.G-.11't't II . . ;516'2'! _"'11 1 3';' role: 1 I II '\ of or I .I . :3: ,; I'; :: i
; F G Buhl . . wL of sW '. . . .!.1l.b1, SO T W ReifelMiGehee of nw 'I :::6'1622' : 1 1-t thenn! .. ,.. .6t.i desj t).:: chs;: I
Jim ,f'inley. . . w L? of 1ot 10 sub M Todd! I i: 1 1place. I : SH stv'4 t.f nu 14 7-1623; 74 27 6 i fjP: i"=r e S.X'i: r\h s u 26deg .
." . . . .!11116'2'1' 10 j 1 9 I;:, "nmng I . . 31623. 4itwH 1 6 1 i dir \, '; 'jchs s l \ w j
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J 11 Douglas . .e'. of lot 10 sub nf ; .. :MiGeheeMcGehee ; 1 ; \\' T .. :rr . . I I .
. . . . ,111"1 _)II 141 1 i of sv;1i .m ,. Louis Addison . . .com 55 Yds w of se cor of. ni d I 1 1'I I I Ide'j 1li. i i It 1 '1 .;. of ?e ic.r "f lot 2.: 3'; !'. ..,; 1 ,
of nw'i . . ',1')110:1')1'! !1 'I : . . 1623521::! 17 ii t) th.-lt.! 1297! ch\ ,.. .- 6.74 chs l +4u'
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I thence 'n 4-1t\ w 165;:; yds!l :1 I i: & nel-4 of nw >4nw4 IJI6! 23'1:11: :j -'M I" :::1 :'is n :," .J.. 45 mini I
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tIt w bdy of grant se with! I .' : !' I l"1. of S'\4. . . i't 1623: : 4'i _' 3" th":1" 26'r: ..kg't! chs i is !
'" A'\_ grant to ;1)t t' f corn W 11--! I I : t' ,. "I d ; :4 ot '* of ;;:wU ars.l n'1. .If '! j t. ;;7,1. .; 'i min w ; .; I hs n .
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Thomas 1Vihun I of t'4 . . . ''1I6 21 :32'' I 191Vitlutm I r,," t1i' mI; . . .22'1023'1: 5; I F S3 Thnma \\ H-.n! . Hr.; .1 11';. '1 hf L'4 oil:: I Sl.

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.w of no's and nwt.i. lf sw'1 i I in n. c..r If se?,4 -jf ",,1'1' '::;' 1tj,.::3'. ti I 1 yl i d :1 '1 nomas;; . . ': .. '. !i of !ttr14 and Sl',! ,
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anti 1l..I 14 of SWI and nwl; of 1 I. I '.''.-'Jr r" Fo>rr1:! . . ; :', ,,, ,, an.! W hl I.j" n .no' I ii' !, :i "f 1:: .'. : of nirl . . 17 17 ,, ;1) '1r ,
. . .1"16 :1 loo u 141 \!: ;:: ,., ,:' ;,' _, 'l ..:: ::. i ; E 'fh mri '" . "'rl '' ; .. \ l4 nf WI" '4 '' 1- I. '.. ,;,4) .
. se'ad ,,1 ,i Ilt.1. .lW! r..1} .' '' g 2:; .1 2 21t : : Po .J"fh-l . . : : .. : . . . 'I-1l.-O'I'! 80 t1
ThmasVil: on n'i of ;x.14 ;\11.1 .Il'4 ..t n\\ 11Vesley ., ..- I II :' .' _.. : _- 1': .: :.:" 1 q :\1 \\-:.:' ':1 . . i'I.. .: and \\ uf sw' of{ I 1 ,
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anti .11\\. . .',, .; : ,d \\ :: \:...: ', : .- : .. :.; ", ; :' r.T".:"' . of sw14 of ne'.. . /181171201100) I 1 :
\ L'lmer . . siv'4 J\ !, . . I .
: nwllSI17201 82
'4 and nwl, anti it. ,4 J .:.. d, ;- : _-t \ : .. : :'- : ; \\ne1 of nw' and swy4 of
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V : /Thomas Wilson . ;tc' ; n. md r of gtry. ..I21I6'21'359; ; 13 46 Hugh Whi! . . ''?0 :::: an.il"r. . . . ':2.16'3'::! 5 :! 76 It nknmm . . Ine t of swl . . . .18117121 t9 s)
1 I' "f sr t.i ; i I. f) L 1:1rk . . '. ,:; 4:, H Ctr..l1. . . ''-: 1Ir:?"' 11} 1 14 H B Jordan . . 'w' of nw'4 and wl of % I I '

,\ ( and of sw14 and oSJ.4 \v R.\ ,\ E P: ;" 1'.t.. ., 1 t' 14 1'; _:'i 4'1, ;c of nw'4 . . .. .i20'1li2OI! 6r. -. ii
: Thomas Wilson . nw'x of sw1.4 ne4 and nw14 of se22IIe121! 7 7': :--1' Jk.:: . -4 ; '" .' : ':' .11.k. ...-., n, : . . s 1" 5W" of n Wtl . .'.''!11"/1!: 2ti t4
'. and s& of st>'.i .i !16'l\200\ I 1 4J .. i : ; -, 1 41ICGehee : <.' ... ,\ ,kn . w 3-4 of n% and sw.% of sw14'' I I 1
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Unknown . . ne'i M nei and nw' and'j' I 1'I ; s JI. ,: :. : 'I .'; .t.I :-; ::? and of swy4 and sw' oil I I 1 I
. swys ,,-- n
Thomas Wilson nw14 of se1.4 and se% of se% I I I I 'l'nkno\\'n . .:' 1. i ; : ; set and n'. of se'4..12311712014(0! 1 qt
.If-. and nof swu . .!123116121359! 1100J; GtO T J\"her . .1<:1" lot .5; blk U Ben.f' . .I I 1' i 322 Tomas Wilson sW of nwy4. . . .125117i201! ) 40 t1
j1tJ. -.".. s14. of sw ii . . . .123116.21i' 80 I 3 44s E G R Stewart . :.It n} ar.l n':. M lot hlk C' i 1 . . wJ of sw'4 . . . .2'117120180! 5
Henning L & I Cn 't1611; 41) 1 45 -t 22 Thomas Wilson . 1 I
.,r.r "wl" . . B..li CI.',; '. . . wof and se'J of
Unknown . . nw of 1.4of sW L'4 ; . . .124 16211'! 79 I 3 44i E G R Stewart . . 1'; !b1k 7 BeUevi.\\ 1 14 and swy4 ne1 of se% . . .1271171201160 o ":
Thomas Wilson . .. str of Si"14 ". . . .14116121: 40 45' J W Hilton . . .. 1 2 5 btk 8 Belles: .' I 1 84 W S West 0. . n% of . . . / 80 :
J \ P S Simmons . sw14 of se4 of se's . .l2tI16'21! 10 I 1 05 RLYartin . . .Rtts 7 to 14 ex 9 and:; .', i.: I II Heir of Anne .n Bt nw i ne',4i . . . .1:31171201 gO "I
./ Unknown . swy4 I 4 H I 1 U"Iiss . I I I I :
and mv% of nwl25161211120: .neUeiew. . . Unknown . of nw' and w>i of swI
of ne's
_ "; Thomas Wilson . .. ,. n\l.> of neli . . . t2&1161211! i9 ;1 4 41I E W odsworth .I lots 1 2 blk 19 Bellevi 1 91liary s and nel of sl . .i33t171201160' : t7
Thomas Wilson . e 4 1 t1 . 1 2 07 Thomas Wilson . . . .J 1 1 61Petty
of sw1- and w1!! of sew; E Fogg . . ; ;;: ; 8 4! blk B..H..vew. I. ; nwL; of nw'i. . 511201 4
Unknown . "I'I! and:li neli cd se'4 . 22 ljlt) 21 1b t:) 4 74 Lydia: B Hart . . br : 3:; 4 blk 27 Belly:>a . t 1 63:!
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\7 "lIson .l se and 4 ot e%neIA of and set, nF'and 4 .f nwl41) I I I I I I : : .cunt at SCtr of lot :: . ,i19jl i241! !i ''Jas Lemon .e'em. 140 3-4 ft s of sw cor ofl I I I I I'I
lw'4 ofl!
sw'k. . . . I I II i I thence e: 7 1-6 l'hs n 6 cbs wi I I I I I 'I Smith and Orange Sts X S X| I I I

I J & Q Small . . n% of nw3" ," of St'14. . . Itl 1117'211':: I I I I . 10 5-6 chs s 6 chs e 3 4-6 chs! I I 16.50' 5 '81 I : oc-ala. . . ... . .1 I I I I II I I
r lennlng L & I Co . all of ex w% of SW14. . .1 j 22-4 ft a and w on w side lot 5i! I f fcx I : thence s 76 ft w 100 ft .n 761| f t I I
F Unknown . . . ne'k of ne% and w of : :; :! I 340 ft nand s on s :idei I I 1 I !I ft e 100 ft . . . .f I I I I I 7 43
swJ 1 3:17 :1! :! I and,1>1: 31) ft st on w side. :28171241; 3 3B ,, Fred . oft! 1 I P
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I, Unknown . .. nwY4 of nwl4. . . . 6Ili1: I . com 304 3-4 ft s of sw cor j jI
. . .I ; j .1q acre in se cot of ne% ofi i I I N S XI : I I I
fUnknown Smith and Orange Sts
.ne* of seta . . . I
w -, Ht'nning L & 1Co . eL t'X nw'k of nelJ& . . !! .aiI21!:! I . seu4 of nt4 . . . !2117t2.! 1 I 1 21 i; Ocala . . . .1 1 I 1' !
0 : '\rlkn'\\'n . "' elr of se'4. . . . I nl'14 'If ntlof nelk and sw 34 : I I I I thence s 115; 1-3 ft w 210 ft| I I I 1
w :Beile C Henning . seek of ne3i and se'4' of .ll&jI71211! J . of ne4 of n"I" . . li171241! 20 i 1 6. 1 1 to cemetery n 115 1-3 ft e 210J I I I I I

It Thomas Wilson . n1 of swy . . D19il.i211. ,12017121: ; !! i I t . sl_ of n7" 1f sw'4. . ::2 1 i17124i 1 20 f 2 7 6 . . . . . i ''I I 8 !SS .
unknown . . n3 . . . . . : ; i nt'L4 of St'I. ex= 5.83 chs f' and) I I I I Itc Ocala Fdy k -Mchn Worksllots: 1 to 9 and 11 to 19 WesI| I Jtons I 9
I . . i : by 12 chg nand s in 8wl I I I I II i
Thomas Wilson sw1% of nw'{ and nw'k of Central City tots. . .;;li15l22i! 146 S5
. s\\14i111illi! i I 'or. . . . . 12211221171241! 33 1 2 90 . .
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it .x-t..lmas Wilson ne3; of nw14. . . : . Stephen Hodge. I i com 76 ft s of nw cor .117! ni21|
12217211; I I
o penning L & I Co . w4 of nw1..4. and sw'k ,12117: ;'.. w 3-4 of s3 of n?: and ne'k ofl I I j I II I!1 thence s 80 ft e 105 ft n 80 itl i I I
Thomas Wilson . . nelk. uf . I I. stclk and nw'4 of seand! I I I w lOa ft X S X Ocala..1 I j I l I 5 67
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se i. . 2331171241280, I I I
d .12511':211! : ; i 'ilo, 1J. . ,
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home . . 4 109 Geo W Robinson. . .!
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Louis w% of ne', and s& of nw141 I! I . com on Osceola St 40 ft n of sl I I I'
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Ic and nw?, of st''4. . . .12811! . ;s34*of se'x and. nw' of 8\\,14,23/172./, / !; / 80 2 76 bdy I gll-i'NI 1
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Thomas nof nw'k. and sw14 of % ): :? I I . 5.15 ehs thence to R R s with R to 1 l i I
Unknown . ne!, of ne?, . . . . I28I17I21 nand s by 4.10 'hs t'l I I 1 / I Osceola St n to p o b..1 I j! I! 1 I. &:;
I and
"J'tomas Wilson . . ne'. of ne?. .'. . . ,(29171211! I I w in ne eor of nw3t ofl I I I I Geo W Robinson. . com at ne cor blk SOO S Ocalaj f I

t ,_ Unknown . . ne', of sw?, . . .13211721! . s&.4 of.24I17121: 2.351 151 thence e 294 ft s 150 ft w 2941 I I I II I
Thomas Wilson . of ."inw. 'I selk of nw14. . ;.27l24; ; / 10 I 1 14 . .
3
r. : neand se14 of nt'14! !! f I j of I ft n 150 ft. . .1 I I I I I 3 36 \.
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se i 14of sw1.271712.; .' 5 . . i
and n'% of sw'4 . . 1 . .13.50, c'hs and I 91 I Unknown. com 159 ft e of nw cor of Alvarez 4 4 I 1 ,.,
e w 10
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by chs ni!
Ht'nnin: L & 1 Co ';to of . I I j 1 ad .
: nW i4. . i35117r211; I and in grant Caldwell's 1 I I I
A H BrOwn . . nw'i of se of se4.I 21171221 I I i .! s nw cor of sW.1281171241! 3.501{ 1 41 ," Ocala . . . .1 I'' ,
of . .
It Eichelberger ne1.4 sw'4. . !2S17/2fI40! / 1 3221 I
Tt1 0 sw 4of ne?i and nw'k of se14i I i I I . lots 1 2 and 4 to 42 Gerr'Id'! I f thence e 3.32 chs s 46 deg 301| I I I
und 3int.. . . . I I I I I rain 9 cbs 70 2.32chs I I f 1
e n deg e
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sub of
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nw'4 of sea . .
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White. "' 2911iI2.' 16 I 260'
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n3 ses of ne% . .I 6i17221! n 7.80 chs w 11 chs s 91| I I I I
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.fc-GE-hee & Mayo. . ne'. of ne'i . '," . .1 Sj17122// I in ne cor of n\\14. . //30li'2t! I 6 I IS deg w 11.32 cbs e 70 Iks sl I I I I I II
Oneot I
Phillips . . ne% of ne 14 of '% . . .1 1 911.1221 I . e'2 of ne% . . . . //3411./24// 3 OS I 235y ft to p o b und M> int. .4 I I 1 16 41
yr P E Bush nwl of Sr' . / !I 2 30 'Mrs Ali Reed. . ,
i sw'k. . '::69.
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1111171221 ft e and w by 112 ft n and!! I 1
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L C Griffin . n' of ne' . ne'4 of nU"l,4. . . . !3t'1712.' 40 I 2 76
eX 10 acres in net I I I sin nw cor lot S Caldwell's ''I( I
i
e14 of se3i of se'i . . .13411i24110' ; ( I
. cur and e3 of nw'4. . I . lots 1 I 111 j i ad .I I i l I. ;52I
of E.e. IIooJ and 2. . . .1-I:17251: 90 I 2 25
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JIdrs n3 of .
set' of . . .
ne'.1' P C Davis. Cald-j 1
ft in
2 1105 ne cor lot 9 I 1 1
& '1Iaro: . I swI,. of seek and sw% of "w''w l! 1: I I I sq
JMCreht"t" ... n' of Sand. nw% of se';1121171221120 1 and nJ;, of n".l_ / _.._nrl_ .n. 11. nil.! f i i I i 'u __ i well's ad Ocala . . .1 I I ''I I I I 999
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11 _. 'e n..1I.. n.. .1< ... '" I. -- n ,0; I' I . . . .
m. u" <:" 1 c naIl. .all of lot 13 Caldwell's
Ocalal
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C0r' . . . i w and se'k of sw Ii . .I f C'172a12S0: ; I 6 04 . I I
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fl G Ganoway . 41317122137! j! . ". .'IW : . . . . .i i.i1.25160/ ; ; I 2 Gee com 70 ft s of ne cor lot 321 I I I

;. com se'4 U8. chs n. .flf. ."w. 'or. ofl. I I I I I . eI.: . . . . . .j 1 77172'813'7! I 7 i61( i, Caldweli's ad Ocala. . .1 I I I'' I i ;
.11317i221! I thence s 65 ft w 200 ft n 65 ftl( I I l
n '6-oP neI4. . . . .1 i9,17i25SOof | I .
thence e 20 ehs n .lG 'hs wi( 1 !! I !I . 4 2 05 j e :200 ft. . . . .1 I I I'I / 7 13
:0 cbs s 6.16 chs. _. . .1 I I . .sw nw* ':101T25!! 40 I 25' rnknllwn. . . . .
Unknown . . com 70 yds s of nw cor of se'131171221! . n' of seV4 and nw% ..Hll725240| | I 1) 24 loom 32i ft s and 40 ft e of net I I /I I
I .1\\12 of nw"4 and of !: i cor tot 3-3; Caldwell's ad ( I I 1 I
thence . se% nvi4i7l7'25H20! !! 1 I 2 84
s 7.50 chs :
20 chs
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nl! I I I I "ISW? !1717(25160! ( thence s 210 ft e 210 ft n 210)) 1 i I I 1 I
7.50 ehs w .0 chs I I i Ita I . | I 4 4f : ft w 210 ft . . . .I I I I I I 17 52
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lots . .
lVest ex 1234
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se% . L1 Drew. .
I15I17l221! 40 I ;corn 210 ft and 210 ft
1',1 0 11 Eichelberger /1nw '4 of ne34 . . . !191715140! ::! l 1 1 61 n e i'I i
. . s w of ne% . . . .1151171221 80 . i cor lot X Oaldwell's ad Ocala! 1 I I t
1Ym Hocker ne'4 and . . ne* of n\\14 and sne'4 % of s\\:42017151! | | 8022'17l25i 1 2 45
sel4 of nwlk . .
: W 5 West . .. w% of ni and 1611712/ =120U I . of nWimvU . . . 40 1 1.5 thence n 540 ft e 723 ft s 5401! I 1 I I
ne'k of nwl I I I i ft w 723 ft. . . . .1 i ( I I ,11059
of . . . i
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. . . and sz of geJ4. !. . .//16117/221200/ I . eii of % .12211.12)140' ; I 1 45 Robt Taylor. . . com at sw cor of lot X Cald-I| I I I I
S West ne'4 and sp1 of i I
W swtt1 !
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. ne% . .117/171221/ SO I I '- i well's ad I
0 II Fjchelberger I I and sw'4 of . . Ocala..I f I I
].a nw'{ of nwl! and seU. I 1231171251160' ( I 4 74
n% of .
5wI I
a of nw14. . . . . I I / . jsWIf.> of nej4t2 . . . . .J4 17125! 40 I 2 3. I thence n 1 I I I
. .. 60 l I ft w 933 ./ 1 <4.90< 36 00
Roberts of . !
1 '. Abram 6 chs nand s on s side of sw'I / 1 1 I I . .n seV4 . !24l7'25i! SO 1! 2 16 Mae H "atson. . . com 435 ft I
.' . of nt' . . . . .1201171221 . ./mvl of nel4 andnei4 ne'k of nw14f2}'17'!_>51;: 80 I 2 45 I I
12 .
'aldweH's ad Ocala. .
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Joe Franklin of ne14. . . . !26I17'25'!
Nathan Mayo . .. se'; of nlc'; . . . .121117122140 I . .. of | 40 1 lIb thence w 75 ft n 131 ft e i51 I I I I ,- _
. e 3-4 of sy of nelk of seI4..130117/22115/ . nwL..217I251: | I40 I 14a I . 1 :
Smith I ft s 131 ft . . .1 I I IS
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Jr.o A . ... sel'! of se l'.oi . . . .1'30'1-1' 40 of ne3i .i2917251! : 40 I 1 25 J P Phillips. . . 1 15 inc I
to Hatchers
) W S Grines Hood . nww I'.. of ne!oi' . . . 40" I . !sw ; of n'-14. . . .129liI25! 40 I 1 45 jIots of sub! I I I

J lIelrsofEC A Iludson . . 'nw.s% of sw?{ . . .... . .'!1351171221 80 I lot 2 sub of of sw seek 4 and of nwtt 14.94 and chsl! i I I I Inett I 1 I I I Ocala.nlh. .lot. .45. .Caldwell's. . .ad. .1 I! I I I 1 I ,I 17 22
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less
' 348 n sq inl I I I I I nand i J E Padgett. . . e 1-3 of swtt* lot 45 Caldwell'sad 1 I
s by 3.16 2-3 cbs andl!
sw cur and e I I I I
ex 1 sq acre in st'J( I I 1 Ocala. . . . I
' .. cor. . . . . . I . .' w in sw cor of nwtt of settl29'1725' !! | 50 !' 2 / 1 I 9 99
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117 .
:N Di Goethe0. 231 15 I . . la Mrs C E Reardon. 60 ft n and s by 146 ft e and win I
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I .. w of sei of se% . . I / 20 . sett . . |3017'25I160| '! I' 4 I I I .
:; sV E Dickerson se cor lot 3 and
+ ; Rev A com 3.16 chs n of se cor of ne1 I I . e% of nwtt . . . 1311171251 80 I -I 15 I com 85 ft'' l
of se'; . . . I 1 nw'4 of nws . . . .13111.125140! I s of nw cor lot 3 Reardon'sMiddletown I I J
thence n 13.16' cbs w 12.9: cbs 2117/31 I /I I ,I I "e! % . . . . . //3111i,251320, 1/ 7 38 I lots. . . ./. .' I 1
+ f sw1,4 of thence s 71 ft e 146 ft n 71 ft! I
nw'. seI'
s 16.24 ehs e9.75 cbs n 3.161 anwof I I I I I 'I I
\nlerso . ehs e 3.16 c'hs. . . I I I I I 20 I .'. and *** . . . .|32 1725i280; I a .4 w 176 ft Caldwell's ad OcaJaI/ I 6 57
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' neTn.May . nW.4 of sw4. . . . .1 40 / . se'/4 of ne'4 and seV4 . . /133((1 7125)200Of ) I 4 U R E Yonge. . ? ?jn3 dletown of lot 6 Reardon's !Qliddle- i I
Toty W1' of Sf' . . . .l 5171231 !n1,4 !I34I17I25I160of I 4 44 I lots Caldwell's adl'l I 1
I. W Pifer5 Llk 3 SO I ',Welk: se* . . . 134117(25140( Ocala . . . .1 1 I i I 110 29
. .. sub of ne'. . .I 517/231! / I 1 4a I,
5
LWKen.an. % of lot 3 and n3E oflot5subl! I I I I1Vaoley J I J .' .''' lots 3 4 blk 117 Iiigley . 136117125! 20 1 14 E C . . . com 69 ft n of se cor lot 51 I I 1 I

: VV A . . . of w!} of nw'i. . . .f 4 51171231 10 I com at mv por of se4 of mv,41317i2Cthenee | | 1 I Rear on: Aliddletown lotsCaldwell's I I i
p n3 of s\\' . e 7.50 chs s 12 chs I I i ad Ocala. . .I I I 1
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,. A 1V 'ofh' . .. 4. . . .1! GI171231! SO I I I i
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: n% of 2.50 chs s S chs 5 cbs thence n 65 ft w 120 ft s 651 I .1 1 1 I
. ne!. ex 3 acres to w n 201 I II I
' ; J C Lcfl'Y . ::: :: ::8.3; chs sq in nw cor of churchl swlkl 71171231 7j1712:1 77' I . chs. . . . . . .1 I I I I 113 1 I 2 04 I ft e 120 ft. . . . .I 1 I .1, I I i132 0
J C Lofley. '8.3; 'hs 8(1 in nw cor of 7 I .sw'4 of nw y4 . . . .113117i261 40 I 1 84 B II IIodge. . . !lots 1 2 8 9 10 Hodge's sub of| I I
I i I'I I
' for 19(1; . . . s\\1 1 I 112 chs nand s by 12.50 chs el I I I I I I lot 51 Caldwell's ad Ocala..I'! I 5 37
.
: ':. Gabriel. Thomas. . . lots 3 and C. . . . 7117/23// / 7 I and w in ne cor of sett off I I I I o K Uzzell . . riot 8 blk C Oak Park Caldwell's 1 I 1 I
W And rson. . / 80 I nw . . . ad Ocala. . . .1 I
ne'4 of lot n. . . . : 1117123 . Il3il726jne'4 [ 16 1 al I I I 2 60 .
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E J Stffiman. 4 chs a and i 1/ ( I S S Savage. . . ',lot 1 blk D Oak Park Caldwell's I I I 1
. . w on tc side of lot 4112117123/ 8 I . I !
E J Stedman. of I i ad Ocala . . .
4 ehs e and W on w side of lot 41 I I sett of swtt and w%! I I / .I! i'i/l l 1 8 84
for 190 . I I of sett of % and Geo C Pasteur. . . lot 5 blk D Oak Park Caldwell'sl i I l 1
.. ;; . . . ..1121171238! ) 4'I' sw sw;. of) I I I I
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Geo II Archibald. com 4.29 ChH tv of se cor lot 9..12117123/ I 1 . .'' ne'4 and nwtt of se '4. . /13117126Il3lfl26 110 I 2 I ad Ocala . . . .I I I I I 1 91

:. i thence e 1.11 ehs n 110; chsl! I I r I I . 'svcv- of sw1,4. . . { 40 1 3 64_ Susie n Jackson. . com 19 ft n and 169 ft e of sw! I f I
i w 9ehssetopob. . .1 I I 8 chs n and s by 15 chs e and! | I I I cor lot 58 Caldwell's ad! I I i I
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Rebecca Nelson.. . ". ,nw% ofsw %ofnw 4. . 1131171231/ 10 I . I win se cor of nw% !.l3'1726!' | 12 11 21 Ocala. . . . .1! i I I I !)
1" W Backster st>t4 of ne1,4. . . thence n 155 ft 113 ft 13.;.: i
std of lots 3 and 4 ex 10 l'hs sql 1 1 I I INears : . I .iHfl.J2640( I 1 84 e s I I I
.. Hood. in se cor. . . . 70 : ,wof seek and n'2 of Pand ?i..1 0l712611&0! 1 5 01 ft w 113 ft. . . . .l i !i 1 I 1 8 58 .
'- of E Dickerson.C ." ,,nv of n\\.u a . . . 141171231,! 80 I :ne% and n'1 of seek se'41! I I I I I 1 F G B 1Veihe. . . lot II blk 4 Woodrow's sub of! i I I I 1 I

Rev A Iullt-ns.g . ". 1p34: of nt>1,4. . . . 80 I! I' of se% !2ll7l26(2SO! (! 1 I 768 eof blks 1 and 4 Rickard's! 1 I I
Geo E 17 chs nand s on s side of se%i 11611i1231 I / I .". .';'lot 28 sub of sw'4 of nw* !!22H7i26! ;5 68 sub of Jackson's land Caldiwell's i I I I

.. of nel4 and nel4 of se'y' . //17111231 5t I I 'nV of ne1* of ne% and se'4 ofl I I I ,1 ad Ocala . . .I I I I I I I 3 66
; : L 'V Simpkins. 13 cbs nand son n side of se'441 I I i I sw": of ne% !124117126| 30 I 1 "I E T lIelvenston. . lots I F L blk 4 Woodrow's subl! I I I I I (

",". "' __(_'ht c J:: I a"o. . .._..of, _ne'.i_ .... ". .. . . !1711723126 I I ::nw'4.. of swtt-'-'-ex. 2.50 chs n and.!_ .I_ _.I _.| I .of" ..A'fOlk .of.....blks TI.1 _and__'_4 ruckI._ "! .I .I ,I .I
-- H '" UI ne or nWand \\'% I . .I "" 11 "lUe. .i-4Ti'26'' OO I 1 91 cuu ot otuu "dlh Un !:; lanaI I I I
of nw14 ex 2tO ft e and ; by t I / .sly of nel,4 of ne'4 and e'4 ofl j I !l I! Caldwf; ad Ocala. . I I I'l I 5 97

GCG ft nand s in no cor and I I I 1 I : . nw'4' of ne* . . . .24il726! | 30 I 5 37 J A Jordan. . . lot 3 blk 4 mckard's sur ofl) 1 I'I

Ic: rt G E :luUt'n. . . t'x no ft sq in nw (cor . //171171231! 47 . wX: of nett of nwtt of ne'k .1241171261! [ !! 5 I 91 Jackson's land Caldwell's adl 1 I 1 I
1.y acre SJ in s\\ cor of nt-14 ofl I I 1 I I 626.12 ft sq in nw cor of seM'I' !I I ,I Ocala. . . . . / I 1 336

'tmknown. . .. I sw''% . . . . .117117/231! !/ . of ne!4' . . . . 24'1726J! !' ) 9 i I 1 91))i II 3I Dobbin. .. . com at sw cor lot I Buckalew's. I I 1
. .:com 61 ft t' of It n in Center 8tl17I171231 I com at nw cor of nett of nwtti24ll72S| I ad Ocala. . . . .1/ I I I 1 ,
'" thence f' to nw cor of DiI-1( i I'I thence e 15 chs s 10 chs e 5i I i I i I thence e 148 ft n 27 ft e 20 I I '
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lard's sub n to r. n s with nl I I .1, chs s 4 chs w 20 chs n 14 chs!! I I I 123 I 336 n20ftw'24fts143ftw 1451 I I'I 1 I
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,:: . . ; Ittopob. . .1 I{ I I I s'... of swtt . . . . 125117126 so 2 76 : ftsi9ft. . . . . .1 I I I 1 1 396
Ellis Uros.. . . .Ise. ?. of se', . . . . 117171231 41 a :w'iof nw,4' of se/ . .12611'i1261 20 11 1 It Mrs Kate Orr. . . 3t8 ft n and s on s fond of lot! I I I
i' 'Unknown. eof nw'4' of nei! of nw'. / 5 I .". !:'nVi of nwtt . . . .12'1171261| | SO 1 2 7 0 Caldwell's sub: of sw part) I I I J i
f' flame B D'lquevilley. ..0 yds n and s by 280 yds e and! i I |sof ne/ and n'of Se'4..J29l7i26160! | I' 4 la Alvarez grant. . . .1 115121: 8.801 24 15

Nathan :Mayo . . w,in nw car of n&i of st'!. 1817123! t I nw,4 of ne,4 and nw,4 and n%j I I I ,1 Mrs ;Mary 31 Neely on e side lot G ('aldwell's sub ofl I I I

t 8.; .' . . sw ,and se4 of nt'!, . . 191171231200 I of swtt and se',4 of swtt and) I I I i I. sw part of Alvarez grant.1151221/ G :.: :6I
i J } Sigman . . se!. f' uf n H. . . . 40 I s'.6 of se'4 . . . | :! 430 I 114 91 I N W Harrison. . . all of ex lots I and 4 of lots HI I I I
',' .R n lIt'nJ'rson. -triO chs sq in nw cor of ne's oft 1 I / 1 . sw'( of sw>.4 . . . .1301171.261 40 i 1 61 and 15 Sand D ad Ocala' .1 I I 5 37 \

{ . . 3.34ch. . . . 2 se'4 of ne',; and e'& of settj I I I I I Bryant Hoilges. . . sY? of lot 25 -S and D ad Ocalal 1 I I f 12 76 ;,
.t :Abe Ioore. .C, sq in ne roe of ne,4.120117123'/ i . and sw ?ttof se'4 . . 133J17I26I169:: I .4 45; Ocala B & L Assn. . .3 ft e and w on e end Jot 29 I I r "

V"' 1 hnson. . . of se'4.' . . . . .' : : 4 I ; .lne 1<4 of sw'4 . . 13317126140! !, I I 07 and n ad Ocala. . . .SJ 1 1 I 7 68 y.
!'" Willis J com 6 2-3 chs s of ne cor of nel:01171:31{ l . .sw'4 . . . . 34I171261160 I it; 07 F W' Eiggs. . . W!2 lotS andS adD I I 1 1 37i
:: i l',. of se4 . . . ".31 '-w>4 of sw'4 of sw'i and e'2 l I I I i I i William Hocker. . Jot D ., I 1 61
S: I thence N 6 2-3 chs w 6 2-31 1')0/1-/ I I of net. of sw!. and e :3-5 ofj I I I I, \ :\1llred.. . . au of blk 18 I I Y3 55l

: Robert Thomas' . chs n 6 2-3 chs e 6 2-3 chs..I I 4 .. S\\l. of ne}* of sw'* 3611726! 35: I: ,", 91 ,f 1 '
> ,3.11) 'h'l nand s by 6.32 'hs el I I 1 I . SW iof SW% Of '11w'L. . 36:1.126:, | 10 I 1 61 W W Cl'att. . . lot 1 b1k P Allred's ad. . .1 7115194 2 .6 r
I and w in sw cur of ne!. ofd I"I I I I ',neli of spli . . . '36ll726l40 1 ,, Bragg Scrinn. . .,lot 1 bik 1 -\llrec1's ad.,1, 7115/:2/ 3 92 ,

; ne'i of sw;4 and nW?4 of se4' OII.1231 I I I all of blk 4 0 S Ocala . .1 I I I 118 93 I. in center of lot 4 blk 1 Alfred's I I .

Gffi 1Iullin. . ", ex 420 ft Oil in nL' cor . :!01171231! 78 ? .,;!all of blk 4 0 S Ocala for 1903' 1 I 118/ 93 ad. . . . . . : $0
420 ft eo and w by 210 ft nand I all of blk 11 0 S Ocala. . f 76 B II Seymour . . lots 3 4 13 14 blk 108 Allred's 7115142

lJnknown. . . 8 in nw 'or of nw\f. of se4 20117231 I 2 I ln'2 of lot 4 blk 14 0 s O('ala. .1'1 I ; ad . . . . . I 9 S9
Nugt nt and Nelson; . w 2 of nw' . . . .12017.31 89 'lot A pub of blk 15 0 fi Ocala. I 1 38 11 Ill Lambright. . om 17.:2 chs nand 5.S0 chs e 811522
n.M Goethe & Co. . eel' of nw}f. . . . .12111'i 40 I lot A sub of bIk! 13: 0 S Ocalal I of sw cor. . . . S/152/ I I

John Jlp<'tor. . .. e of sw . . . . I-1 L" 23// 40 .' for 1&05; . . . . .1' 7 68 thence n 52'z ft e 105 ft 51 f I
:J.1ar1' Wi1"on. . ''.Iot 5 sub of n> of s1.2. . 12117 93)/ 15 I all of blk 23 0 S Ocala. . 12 00 I 52lr ft W' 10ft. . .I 1 2 fi1
lIIrso-: Bri gs. . ... lot 11 sub of n', of s': . '211723115/ : 45 ft e and w by n, ft nand g/ 1 Unknown. . . . com 22.15 chs n and 5.80 chs e// I 'I

D E 'Jlilholl.mJ. . . comt. of se" of n'g of lot 3..2511231; .& in Sf cor blk 23 0 S Ocala. it,. .7 of sw cor. . . 1
", 15 chs f' of sw 'or of lot 71!::;) ;com at sw cor lot 2 blk 2.0S, I thence e 12.68 cbs s with R R'/ I j I
.. thence n 20 ells 1./231 1 r f 5.28 chs
e 7.50 chs s 201( 1 w 10.f O chs n to po bl

:Annie A Darwin. . ehs w 7.50 'hs. . . .1 i I I 115 I Ocala f'X % acre> in sw cor. . ., f I
I 1 43
ne!. of ne'. of nw'. ex 3.161 1 thence s 10' ft e 112' ft n 50' fil' 1 I A C 3lclanney, . ..lots 1 and 4 blk 2 r 3 Coss adl) 1 I

l'hs sq in ne cor and ex 3.1&1 I I 1 I I, w 112 ft's 40 ft. . . I j I 5 Ocala. . . . . f
:Annie A Darwin. .. chs 81) in nw cor . /26117123// / 8 I .".'!n% of fractl bk 40 0 s Ocalal'I 1 I 18 93 Willie Dougfass.: . "!Jot 1 bik 7 r 2 Goss ad. . .f. 7/151221/ 1 3 61 C6
nf'!. of ne1i of nw'4 ex 3.161 I I I I 50ftcandwby100ftnandsl I Robert Iorns. . .Iot 4 blk 7 r ::1 Goss ad. . .1 / I
chs sq in ne> 1 in blk I I P II Ro ers. . . biks L and 184 'a3 1
cur and ex 3.161 I I! .| nw cor 46 0 1'5 Ocala! I 1 9 99' B Dunn's nw

J E Kl'nt. . . .. cbs sq in nw 'or for 1905; 261171.31/ 8 1 62 ft n and s by 112 ft e and wI'4 I 1 . . . .ad1 J ..Ocala. f fi :
.7.68 chs sq in ne cor of nwi of I I 1 in nw cor of lot 2 blk 49 0 81 i I 1 Jake PJce. . . . Jot 11 blk I Dunn's nw ad I /

(t h: F1ower. .. .. . nw'a . . . 261171231! 6 I '' ,Ocala . .1 I I 1 I 4 59 E F Sevier. . . lots 11 13 blk Q Dunn's Ocalal! I I 2 3-.
com 94 rds w and 19.30 rds s ofl( I I'' s 2, lotI 1,1k, 49 0 s Ocala..f, I I I 1 110 85: Ocala . . . .I r I I
ne cor of St''. . . 126117(931! ( "' ,72 lot .? hkrt 0 s Oeala..1 i I I f I 7 38 E F Sevier. . . lots 11 13 blk T Dunn's nw ad'' 1 21

+ thence s 41).70 rds w 3Ui rdsl( I I I- I : ."..lot 3 blk 51 0 S Ocala . 1 12 eo ( OcaIa. . . . I I 1 1 f 1 I t
'linknown. . . . n 46.70 rJs e 3-1.17 rds. . ./ I 10 : lot 4 blk :51 0 s Ocala. . ./ I. /I'' ,I 507 Frank Bradley . zofnw' oflot1Dunn'snw'' I r I I 1 H
nwl% of st'li ex 10 chs sq in I f com 100 ft w of ne cor bk I I I I 1' .lu'4 Ocala. . . . . .

.,. "sw,.,,1. eor. .and. .sw'i of ne'4 ofl. .I I IL I 1 O S Ocala.: ..: .... . 54'1 I 1 I''1 I .f.....0I 1 Livingston. . "I lot 2. Dunn's nw ad OPatI ./ r I I I I .r 6:.: ft 53
+nknown. . . . "r;. . 40 I I inence w 20 n sloe it e 20 It| I I I i I I .N.U'IuUo1IVU.. . .ps .:; or n j f>X12 ft nand s by! v.
A J J ckson.: . . sw%, -of st'1,4. . : : : .//27117123 40 I I n 100 ft. . . . .1 I I 1 1 19 83 I 1 80 ft e and w in nw coy lot I I
slot/ of sn14 . . . 811123/ / lot! 4 Holder's sub of w% blk ) I 1 I Dunn'; nw ad Ocala. . III
:-_ p AVoo. !ly. . . sea} of se'. . . . ./29117123 80 I 1 .I 0 S Ocala. . . 571 1 / I 1 9 99 B W Bonner. . . 8. 2-3 ft e and w by 100 ft nl r 3 SS
5 w \year . . . nw.4 of ne!; and net; of \\ %' 80 : !Jot 1 blk 59 0 s Ocala..I/ I I 18 93 and sin sw cor of let 21
'. C W ;;mith. . . e% of ne',4. . . . ./30117 23 80 1 .:''nw14 fractl blk 61 o s ocala.: 1 I i t C9 Schwerin's sub of lot 1// f
W S West' . . sw,4 of sw'. . . .130117123 49 I neu4 fractl blk 61 0 S Ocala. i I 1 1 I 2 1S Scott's sub and biks 1 and 21
1 .E Martin. . . e14 of ne14. . . . //31117123// SO 1 .et: lot 1 blk 62:? 0 S Ocala. f I 1 r 738 10, S Ocala or lots 9 and 10..1 ,
'7. Heirs of E C 1Iood. . sw "ot sw14 . . / / 40 1 ft n and s on n side lot 3 andl 1i I I Robert Moseby. . . lots 1 234 5 6 7 8 10 ex s 1-3 1 I 3 27
131/17123/
nw3i of neli and su of ne141, i 2S ft n and s on s side lot 2 blkl f I of Jot 2 and 14 1-3 ft on .'
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t' A J Jackson. . .. and Sf'!, df nw'; . .13217231&0! !:i 64 0 S Otala . . .I I I 15 f ; end of lot 6 Schwerin's sub 1 ..' \.
7.50 cbs n and s on n side of net I I I I ;lots 1 4 blk 73 0 S Ocala .' J //2 9 69 of Jot 1 Scott's sur and blksl) I ( .
14 of net4 . . all of blk ,60S 1 and 2 0 S
A J Jackson . .. .132117/231/ 15 Ocala. .1 I J 75 Ocala blk 3..I f
Susan l' Pdall. . . n 3-& of nWL, of nw1. . !!33117123/! / ';e12. of lot 3 blk 78 0 S Ocala. .! I I I 2 34
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ldrs.\1 Saborg. . . sel' . . . . .13t172311&0! I .. .j.2 of lot 3 blk 78 0 S Ocala. I I a 87 Laura Dempsey. . all of Jots 1 2 Connor's sub ofl I

J F Sigman. . . wZ of ne% . . . .135/ SO I 'roll of fractl blk go 0 S Ocala! I I ( 12 00 blk 3 0 S Ocala and lots 41 '
s34 of se3 of nand nw14 171231 IFannie I "n* blk 1 X S S Ocala. . r and 5 Scott's b-
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I ( 1 sur. .
Alexander. .. .. se' . . . . 3&171231 GO .. .. lots .> 3 4 bllt '8 X S S Ocala.! I'I i I 12 00 38 Ruby C Connor. . lot 20 Connors sub of blk 3 01, I 3 :6

T 11 HarrIson. . . eZ of ne4. . . . 01 11712"; SO ni' and sw'4 blfc 12 N S SI I I i S Ocala and lots 4 and '

Unknown . . . 10 lots 115 161 Weir Park 4117124 .'r Ocala . . . . .1 I I I I 3 Scott.s sur. . . .51 I
Unknown. . . . 10 chs sq in sw cor lot 4. . 5117124 10 .I( ,elk ex ot in necorbks SI I I 1 I, Minerva 6eabrook. . lots 25 26 Connor's sub of I 1 3 Ie
chs sq in sw cor lot 4 for I I 1 1 1 .: S S Ocala . . . .1 1 l i I I 4 921 I 3 0 is Ocala and lots 4 and
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Heirs ot W' C 1905. . . . .1 l 5J17124/10/ si lot 4 blk 18 N S S Ocala. ''I I it 07 Scott's sur. . . 1
Heirs of W C Eggleton. lot and fractI lot 4. . . 61171941' 56 I nH of lot 1 blk 19 N S S Ocala 4 I I 2 76 P W WIlson. . .. com 120 ft wand 119' "ft n of 51 : :1;
com
at Like Weir 7.41 chs w I I I .llot.3! snowden's sub blk 24 y1i I cor bk 9 Scott's stir Ocala. I

of thence e bdy lot 5. .. 6'124; / : i S S Ocala. . . . .1,1 I I 3 06 thence n 119 ft w 40 ft s 1191(

n 25.09 chs w 12.5S ells I / I tot 4 Snowden's sub blk 24 N S| 1 1 1 I H C ft f' 41) ft. . . . .
S 3 de-g e U6 chs s iO deg wrI I .' S Ocala . . . 3 0& Groves. . . .,ne! lot 82 Gary's ad OcaJa. I 7
10.65 cbs s 20.65 : W n Fu11er. . . U\
Mrs A C Forsee. . chs e to p 0 bl U lot 5 Snowden's sub falk 24 N S I J Carrie ne'. lot 83 Gary's ad OcaJa. ./ it I 18 } '
com 2.i6 cbs f Brook. ... . .
n of a pt f I > : S Ocala . . . J I 9 !19 50 ft e and w by 112 ft nand 1 l ', I
'hs s
e of sw cor. . . .1 I 6112. :.jot 7 Snowden's sub blk 24 N C in tie cor lot Gary's
thence> s 20 deg 30 min s . Ocala. . .1.00. ad1, ,I
e 10 Ocala. . . I :22 t u'I
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nknown
chs .
n 54 deg e 4 chs n 53 lIege s4 lot 2 blk 25 X S S Ocala. :t 92 .. . lots 15 21 23 32 42 46 52 53 54 I 1

4.U. chs n 29 deg 30 min wi I !lot 4 blk 25 X S S Ocala. 9 69 636.. 61) .0 7172 73 74 75 16 r

:;; Geo E Cao be1t. .. .. 9.. cbs s 54 deg e 8 cbs. 9,74 .;js% Of lot 3 blk 8 X S X Ocala! 7 33 Floyd Sum.'Iler.. Iitchell's revised ad 621'r
com 12.67 chs .
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w S.S2 chs S Ofj I .s: } bjk 9 v S N Ocala . 14 31 .lots 17 14 \Iitchel1's revised I

sw cor of nel, of ne'4. . .'s% of lot 3 blk 1-1 X S x Ocala I ; 28 Oca1a. . . . .. f
thence Mary Pyles. . . .
w 3.09 chs s 22 chs .:'loi.4 blk lot 22 JIitcheU's 1 21
e 611.:4 IV I 14 N'a N Ocala. . I 738 revisetJ ad

DE Drfggus. .. .. 3.09 chs n 22 ch.- . . 1 6.60 ; .'lot 4 blk 15 N S: N Ocala. ... .' 6 23 Carmichael & Son OcaJa. . . f l
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was sw'l of ne1, . . ;,75 ft ana aU of lot 4 S J 431) \
n 110 Green's
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lJi's! Emma Spooner. e? of se's and 4 chs a and won.,10',1'1:4, I I!1 in nw cor lot bd n by Smith' ,I LuJa Johlson. . . 67 it e and Won e side Jot 4 E 2 7i .II!

e side of w1.2 of "-,1 . 'WI71t' :! Sj 1! ?:t by c'-m<>tery N S N', : 1'l I I L'lla Johnson . . G Smith, ad Ocala. . . f I
ala . t I 67 ft and w 3 06
. ; I I 1 811 on e side lot 4 for,
J j 1975 E G SmIth ad Ocala. 1 r I'1 1 3 06V i- ,

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x-2 L EG-raM'T. . . ./4@ fteanuwbyl.0tLit: n andi! !! 'i-, I.Alex W ,.uO:5S. . . "IOrang. tirlne. Tract 16 S S I ." ,: I Ii I lock. Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit /i J fx
I: a In nW' car lot 5 E G Smithi!\ !! i 1 i I Park. . . .!; : I 1611 of Florida in and for :U.i1p' i
I ad Oeala 1 3 361 I . . Grove Tract 182 S S : ; i i I ..
/ . . . .1! y I ICharhrttt I Jane P..ensen. Orange : County, in Chancery, in I.'rtain :
l\'tggtns. . .!,com 1-i ft e of sw cor lot 6 E G' I, i I Park. . . . .J: I j 5 1 16. : a
Smith ad Oeala . . .1 I I : I Ij ., W H RandMpli.'Orange Grova T rd.t'0)1" -' I 1 ': i case therein pending wherein K 1J.: i
9 : t h.e 51) ft 5 1001! I t : OSPark.. . . "! : I i I a. SchUmann nnd E. .. F. Eene. copartners i I
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11 1, ft w ;a0 ft . . .1 I !1 i. .. t 3 f6 J F Hope. . . . Orange Grow Tract :13 S 51! f! i Ii I doing business under the lira: EVEr Y
4. d \bra n I'It'n . 'j!i0. ft e and w by tOil ft n and s, !i !i i I Park . . . . .! I I I 5 4E 45onng. name of Schilmann & Dene, complainants. I FOR
In sw 'or t.,t 6 E G Smith'sl;' 'i . . . .''Orang? Grove Tracts 245 246 8\\ i vs. William :1. Ross and

ad Ocaa . . . .. i I i 'I' I S Park. . . . .j i t 10 i 16. W. Ross his wife Charles" S. AliC\
,7 Peter Inar-'.M'.. . . 49 it. secorofe"-: 0 flt-"t :I 't 33&1 Joe Madera . . :Orange Grove Tract :50 S SI: I I I I j as Trustee, and A. B. Kibler \
r !t E G..Smlth ad Ocala. . .! i : I I 91 Park . . . . .1 I I I 5 16. B. Kibler doing business, under tiu:
92 j J F Johnson. . . .Ilot 8 4.ieO Giles sob of lot 11 E' !! I i ii I I l"nkno\\'n. . . ,.'Orang'" Grove Tracts :86 2811: 1 I firm name and style: of Kibler Broth
; I I' G Smith ad Ocala. . .1 i i I lJ I 1 67 } : 288 S S Park. . . .I I I I 15 I 2 60r ers defendants, that the undersigned BOY F
B''y .;.;.:,UI11m.o....., . . .Iot.. sub of lot 14 E G Smith! '. :, r l"nknown . . : Orange Grove Traet 389 S SI! I i I i iI Special :Master appointed: by said
adQcala t !! I 1911! Park. . . . ,1 i I I 1 5 161I court to execute said final decree will
. . .In 'G'Sm' I i . . .
S usan Jac.bs. ;: lot 16 E 1 i I 1 61 A D Langloes. !lots 19 20 blk S Leroy..11116i20i! : 85I I
::nom Jacobs. . . .;s of lot 16 E G Smith a dl I I I II I I Imi I J Y Denys. . . ..:lot 36 blk 8 Leroy..11TI16120! :: ; ; 65i onMonday, the 3rd day of June A. D. i i19a7
03' :,4 I Ucaia i" 1I. i :3 01i Mary lot 18 blk 30 Leroy. . .. .'13:16'Oi: : '5t i
Robert S th. . .. .Ilots 1 and 2 sub of of 1S E' Gi! I t !I t J Y Bettys. . . .bib 21 3S 39 4d Leroy. . .j 5116iQJ! : 1 2.6 during the legal hours of sale. in frn: I AND
;, Smith ad Ocala. . . .I i I I I I 3 061J W YcDaniel. . .:.lot 6 blk 29 Leroy..I17116120; i 6I 'I''I'I of courthouse door in Ocala. liar- ,
Russell ,3teattas.i .. . .I.lot 5 sub vf lot 18 E G Smith ad' I Josie Patrie. . . .lot 6 blli 35 .: 3i16'20' + I 91 ion County Florida at public out<_ry.
; l j 3 06 I Jessie earce. . . .;lot 5 bit 35 Leroy. . . .+; iI620! I 181 will sell to the highest and best bidder :
3 r Wllli3m M Ponder. 'IaAO!b1lLs 4 id'5'ez 50 ft J i f I I L.Kraskened.. . . 22 40 Sbtk bk 36 LeroY"1 a:16t: }: for cash the following d"scnbed''
71 .. and w by 100 ft nand s in swi I I I4r I I W J Herrman. . .lots 1 t 8 3. Lero,17160! : i! 1.01I property mentioned and described in ,
''I., ;;. E3. I, cor Cline's sub of ne'4 oft I I I I Ed Pasco . . . .;lotsI23-1J62t526829; : : i i I 1 1I the said final decree, as follows, twit I

I nwt' . . . .128lat'I.bk I t !, : 1 I 5 51 I 3i Leroy. . .1 620 1 I 9Jab. ItI : ;
69 William 3f Ponder '' ..I 6 Clines t sub of nel.A of n"1181151ZH I 13, Apphimer. . . ..Gutx)16 blk 39 Lero) . . .117' : I 651 In Citrus County, State \Sf pX-q;U, : GIRL
nl'Y '\\lUiamS... .. ne}{ of bit 9 Cline's sub of neI! I I I3l I IPhilli I Scott. . . ":Iot 19 blk 45 L\ro) . . .!l : ;:: : j I to-wit: I
% of nw% . . . .118151241S 3 06 I H. N Harp. . . .'i0t 11 blk 4& Leroy. . .I! 16120'\ IWesley t 6 I II l The northwest quarter of southeast
ps. ... ... .. .'s3 of bile 11 Cline's sub of ney'! I I I I YOI'Se. . "tlotI; blk 52: Leroy. . . .1116\O! \: 1 i,, quarter of section twenty-one, township I
of nw"4' . . . .}ISI13 :91 1 1 911Jno' iMcC llan. . .1 lot 6 blk 52: L roy. . .i11:16/: /: 01! 65 !I twenty south range twenty eaeontaining I
61 genry Williams... ... wys of lock 12 Cline's sub of nel I I \ .I Jno. De n. . . blk $1 Lero) . !!1o'20I' I 851 forty acres more or less, together 'NMARION
h of nwY . . . .11SI1 l:.glH 1 1'f I 3 061 M Lottrie . . . .hot .39bik 80 Ler.jf. . .11? I 'i I with the entire phosphate plant
.. W Ward. ... .. . .lot 6 blk 17 Clines sub of % t I IE JohDQn. . . . lots 21 22 blk S9 Lero} . .1 ii1612 r 91I located at the time of the commencement
' of nw . . . . 18 15ttl: I S J W Alen. . . "riot; 9 blk 90 Leroy. . .\ 51161201! 1i i !' of this suit on the said above COUNTY
;4' t\IcK3y. .. ... .. slk blk 36 Cline's sub of neiS I .j i I -i K A Pineon . . .. 16 iT blk 90 Leroy..1 a,1612O' r 13, I described real estate, consisting of an
: of nw. . . . .I18I15I! 1 I 2 3. S J onard. . . ..lots 16 17 bit 102 Lt'roy. . .i 5151203: : I 1 14I engine boiler. washer pumps tools.
9-11 .,. SSnI; Hodges. .. .. .. .Ioom. 1t9!: it e and 1')981.: ft t,1 I i. I I E P..eynolds. . . lot :5 blk 102 Leroy. . .15:16120: : I 6S belting, appliances attachments and
I of SVli cor . . . 815221i 13.1 J Faulkner. . ...lot :1"' blk 196 LeN) . .! lS:20! : ; I 63I appurtenances: of every kind what
u k : .tiM"A I hence s 52: !, tt e 210 ft n' I I j'J W . 'I..lots U 13 blk 111 Lero) . .i 5:U,20r; i 6it ever, constituting a complete working i tt I
":;:" 1 : ft10 f t. .j I Ir I! 1 t :! .t.K A Prime n. . . .ilots 1 78 30 blk 115 Lero.1 3.1620i! 13. phosphate plant, and including also I
-;. .. . .iot J 11 Doney. . . '! 6
5'161:01 I
V.r.. 1 Eeardon's Revised Duel I i iJno I i Iot IS bit 1:. Leroy..i : : !, any additions that may have been II
!_:; 1 91 E B Piper. . . . . I 6a .
-u est Lots. . . 11811)0)1 lot 18 blk 12. Leroy. 117161:0! made to the said plant or any other
'- ;"-''>i and A. 11 I
7F' .est Lots. . . . .118i1i\\ I 3 Olt Y Parker . . 'riots! 3 4 bik 123 Leroy..I! 5161:01M I 91 the said W. M. Ross and Alice W. Ross,
!Sl&E: Hmdley .. .. .. .Icom 13.10 chs J' or tie cor. 1911521BS 1 and R K rney. . "'llot 5 IJ blk 1NB Leroy. . .I\ 51161201! 1 t1 I on the said property during the life The Ocala Banner will give a Wit=
{ I thence w 3.17 chs 's 6.34 cbs( I i I IO .. Mary cAJplDe. . .,.lot a.blk 138 Leroy. . .i, S I 116120! I 68I of the said mortgage. The said phos-
13 J' -, e 3.1" chs n 6.3- cbs..I j !I' .. I 24 1a J 11 Hill : : . .'Iot 17 bik 113 Lero)". . .1 ai1610: I t 6I 2baie plant and machinery above described 1
,)t '; ; E. .n..n..........,.. . . . .com 380 ft S of ne cur bu10) NI, I }i't I R G Crownmshleld. . .,!lot It' blk 143 Leroy. . .1. 51lk! i A is now located on the east guaranteed! by the manufacturers 1 tx
it 10; I i: S S Ocala thence w 166 ft Sl I I i II4 I E Jaquayes. . . '1ot 4 blli tft .: 5161"-0: SS I half of the northeast quarter of section
: :"_" : : f 100 .ft e 166 ft n 100 ft Bul1! 1 1 I Irfs E W Brown. . . 3: :lO blk 1Leroy.: . .! 5j16O} :: 1 91 three township; eighteen south,
: J w, .& .. 1 I lock ad Ocala. . . .IU'IS2:: ;;; 911 i K A ri1ean. . . .hots 1 2 brk 155 Levy. . .; t6i20: : I IF 91I range nlaeteen east, In Citrus County, l keep good time-to every boy and ;iri
T U Godson. . . lots! 1 3 S to 21i bit 11 Vest End! r 1 t I A :smith. . . ';lot 1: blk 155 Lerov. . . .I 516:20': I 6S I Florida.. I
?1i . . . . .. I ; 3 06 G II Pnlm aser . -:lots :1 22 blk lay I.t>my . .! 116201! 68 Also: Eighty horse boiler arid l
'- P"4' Roger. . ., .cr I dots 1 3 5 blk 8 West End Ocala! j 1 61 K A ean. . . lots 29 30 blk 155 Leroy. . .1 3116110! I 6SI -fittings;; 16x14x12 duplex power and I in Marion county who will send in fivt4
: i:_, W H GIbson. . . .Ilot! : blk 8 West End t"Y' v.\ ;<&li&" .' I 91 Henry Weber. . . lot 31i blk! Iii:! Lt>r,)]., . .1131161201; I 65i I fittings; Erie City engine; 6 pump in. centrifugal I II
3;a'{-r. L-WUlUWD. . . .. .':lots 5 8 9 11 blk 8 West End; I 1 .! i I Aaron JunIor. : . . ..lot 3blk 16Lt>ro-. . I 63 I
_-.r,: Ocala . I I I 1 1y I ; : 14 P Mackquerney.: ',lots 21 22:: 23 24 blk 165 Leroy. .113/1611)1/ I 85 pump; 175 feet 6 in. pipe; 50 feet of paid-up weekly subscriptions, and wUI
< IIamson. . lots 7 ii 15 11 24 bik S Vest;! I Iikbotltam : : Mary ItCh"'ll.' . . lot 46 blk 1.3 Leroy. . 1311&:01 I IS 12 in. pipe; 23 feet 10 in. pipe; one friction
End Ocala . . . .1! I i t : 61) I l 'Y Miller.. . . ..Iots 32 to 39 blk 179 Leroy. 2111620I/ I 15 : hoist, and a full and complete
!!ii4i'W" J u;.... . . lots 1 4 3 4 blk 9 Wet End''' !, ;I ;:I !"' A Sm! h.-, . . lots 42: .u blk 177 'roy..1. 516! 941G I 91I i mining plant situated on the east half also give the Weekly Banner free fai
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; 4.. : Ocal a. . . . . .: ';' I Ii I I 16..K.Pn.nt' n. "clots 78 blk 181 Lero. . .I 51161201 r 91i of the northeast quarter of section
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> T M God on. . . ;I,lots 7 toB: ex lots 1O11416; I '! i I S ?r.-en. tots 31 32 blk 181 rRroy. 21116201! ; t 8I three, township eighteen south, range, ...
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., _t { 20 23 bit 9 West End Ocala: .i ; I 306,1 I G S Gr n. "''tats: 31 32 for 1'05 Qlk 181 U- 1 i L I I II I nineteen east in Citrus County, Florida One year. | .1.

A L }II 11 er. . . . lots a and blk 9 West End'' I '; I roy. . . . .!;118 201' r 1 I- including all new machinery and :: :
i3f' :. Ocala . . . . i I I I 6In j, 0 Pl'nick Ext' d..aots: 43 to.J btk 181 Leroy..I13tUOI! I 125I equipment, and all buildings erectedon
J C Simrson. . . .''Iot H blk 9 West End Ocala.: > ; !! i I 1 37 J Y Betty.:. . . .:lots 5 6 blk 182 Leroy. . I 8 said property and all additions and It will give a watch to any boy OS
C E BAIL : . "lots 1. 19 blk t West End kala'' i 1 I 1 3. L.F ..Iot12 blk 189 Leroy. . .I13I16I 0! I 6" repairs made to the said plant, this
D L McCoy. . . .I lots 1 3.9;; blk 10 West End I : : A Ahertnetly. . . iot 3S blk 18S Leroy. . .::131161201 I 6S being in addition to the plant and machinery
: Ocala . I ; !i : 2:: C Y Xille-r. . . . lot 6 blk 192 L rny. . .!113116120! 65I removed since, the commencement girl in the county who will send: ta
:Nellie Mathew:; . . .''lots : 4 6 blk 11.1 w-.i End J ,; I 1 I A J Hutchings. . . lot a: blk 201 Lero} . .!211161201! 65 of this suit from the northwest

1 Ocala . . . . .t r r 6 29 E E Hutchins. . . lot 36 blk 201 Lero '. . 65 quarter of the southeast quarter ol
T M Go u...'''n. !lots 15 Ii btk 16 West End: I I I.Y i 0 A Hutchint. . .:tot 32 blk 201 Leroy. . .1411161901 65I section twenty-one, township twenty two paid-up subscriptions to the Oaf '
: Ocala. . . I j t I 1 6. J Y & tt .". . . .'lot' T blk 204 Leroy. . . .::13/16120./ 65t south range twenty east.
T tM God son. . . .:lot 1 to 6 bit .::6'West 13nd'; I 1 t Augustine Pwer. . .:lots 37 35 blk 206 Leroy. .1131161201! 35 And also the following described
Oeala. . . . . .1 i I 2 1-4 Mary :\Iamn. . . .::1013 9 10 11 blk 20i 10S personal property: ly Banner, and will give the Daily
._..,.. W Harrison. . "!i los 1 2 3 4 v 6 blk .1 tl est End: I I Y &>ttrs.: . . .:lot 45 blk 220 'Lero) Leroy.. ..113116120'! !' iJ I 65 The phosphate plant complete consisting

Ocllla. . . 1 44 M E Cook. . . lots: 3. 38 39 -i blk 241 Leroy'UlS201' + 1 1 +OI ; of an engine, boiler, washer,
." manda :,dC ha..1. .I!Iot 9 blk z7 West End Ocala..i i I I I I I 1 It A D G ndic\'. . . .llots 19 21 blk 2U LAr,)y. . .121'16'20i' I 85i pumps and everything necessary to Banner six months free.
T Y ;odson. . .blots I 1 tu 10 blk 2S West End: I I i T J Rast . . . .i lot 8 blk :346 L-ruy. . . 13'1601: I 65I constitute and comprise: a complete
Ocala. . . . . .\ I 1: 1 I :: 14 L Brokhotf. . . .'lots 25 ::6 blk 251 L'-"roy. . .113'161/,: 1 83I phosphate plant in good working; order
T 3f Godson .lot" 5. 1: to ::: bk !9 West!! I ; Ii I I L Blaz)r. . . . ....lot 14 blk 252 Leroy. . . 13:161Oi! : : I I 65I including railroad iron tool and Here is a chance for the bright bay
I End Ocala. . . . .1 ; : i I 3 06 0 S Glo"r. . . .!lots 23 25 blk 260 Leroy..I211620! I i S I implements of every, character and description ,
.. Godson. . . .llots 5 7 Ii 19 blk 30 Wt'st End l I I i E E DaVIS. . . ...lot! 46 blk %.1 Lern v. . . .'13'162B1' / I I 65I I belonging to. or in anywise
'1".u. Ocala . . . . .1 I !I t I "_ 11 J Mayer. . . . ..,lot 3 blk 281 Lero\ . . .!21f161tOI i I 6tI relating to. the operations of said or girl to earn a watch with very lit.tie .
_) rM-" Banks . . I.t, 21 .: :: !::31: blk 3H West' I : I Wm G Freeman. . ..:lots 29 30 blk :':87 Lerov.l3'l61201! : 1 85I I phosphate plant. Also described as being I i
End Ocala . . . .1 I : t I 3 06 W R P..hodt's. . . .'lots 31 38 blk 292 Lery..113'161201! : i I Ia 85O. located on or connected with the I Ip1ant
Jerry YitcheU . blks 1311 1.1 West: End Ocata. .: i !, i iHa.ttie M E Cook. . . .Ilot 24 blli 296 Lemy. . . .::1'1620.: ; I 65I at Holder. Fla.. described as being I effort during the vacation seasoa.
Jone- . . I 0.... 2. )8 blk 1"6 West End. i id t !, I F P Harvey. . . .:lot 37 blk 303 Lero '. . . !::1'1iil/): I 65j in section three, township eighteen. !
Ocala . . . .! : j 1 91 J Y t tt's. . ',lot 5 blk 312 Leroy. . . '::1116'20; f 65i south, range= nineteen, east in CitrusCounty. I III
Ran J Brown. . . lots 1 2.::1 4 blk 311 1st ad West! I i 8 D HilL. . ... . .Iot 12 blk 316 Leroy..12111620': I 6\: Florida as the same nex : _
1' End Ocala . .' 1 : I! i 191.. we Post . . .lloa. 35 blk 324: Lt rov. . .2n6O! ; : ; I 1 65i II ists. --- --
E Swana . . all of bits 68 69 1st ad'lest' '! I i Lewis DuHadwa . lot 18 blk 333 Lero;'. . ..I:1,16: : I l 6 Also: All the right title and i intr-
End Ocala . . .: : i I : 191 I R II' Yardly. . . lets 4213 blk 338 lA'rov. . .'In6O! I 85 I I est of the defendant. William M. It.-
... ; H A Lasmcd- . . lots 3S 40 blk :H 1st ad West' I i C A athe\\'s. . . .; 1-;ts 'h 21 blk 339 Drop.:1316120: : I 85 acquired and obtained by hii und -rand T. NEEDHflM\
End Ocal:1. . . : : I3lrs i : 1 21 1Sehaf=-r. . . "'hit 15 bik 340 Lero} . .11:16:19.: : I 65 \ by virtue of a certain Contra r ,
E Wnr. . lots H 16 18 :::0 blk :.1 1st ad' : : I L A QuimbI y. . . .I''lot) It blk 341 Leroy..319I162)' I 'iiii \1 and assignment of lease: made by and ,
West End Ocala.- . .' I i I' i 1 21 A 0 G.-ndice. . . lot :9: bit 342 L<>roy. . .1 i :16:20': : 65I I between Hubbard and Hood and ch-- '
Mrs F K ;co:,tl.'Ut. .I lots 1. 19 blk 333 lt;, ad West; i I R ..Iot 24 blk 345 Leroy. . .1 5I6i19: 68I I said Ross, said instrument of daoXovember L LUMBER
End Ocala- . . : i ; i I 121 R rndd'wo. . .lot .4: blk 345 Leroy fr 190eM ; .E 5:16119: : i 68 ;3th 1902, recorded in dfd '
H A Fausett. . . lots :9 30 31 3'3:! blk .4 Santa.. ;, I C Fisher. . : .lot 41 blk 3t6 Leroy. . .!13l6'19i! 1 05 I book 113. pages 68 to .(1 inelu.-iv\ !
Maria Plata----- . ''i I 1 91 G H Tragess . ', lots 1 2: blk 341i Leroy..I. 5J16:19: i 91 the public records of Marion County: i
... . . lots 19 :1) blk 10 S S Park. .: 1 I IM 91 J N Dodson. . . lot 3 blk 355 Leroy. . . .:3116':0: I 6ql Florida a copy of which i> attach! TINNER
Unknown . . .lots 1 2 3.blk 16 S S Park. .1! I I I Emma Osterhon. . 35 blk 338 Leroy. . . : : 65 i to thf bill of complaint in this cau"land ,
F Allen. . lots 111: 13 IS 19:0: blk 17 S s, I i 0 S Glo\"er. . . ..,lots ::0 30 blk 360 Leroy. ..121116140'! I 85 made a part thereof, and marked i
J R Gerling.- Park . . . .1 I I 1 611J M H Rork . . .i l/t 33 blk 3.0 Ler .r. . 'j1160!: I i5I I exhibit "H." by and under the t rmslof
. lots 13 Ii Ii IS blk 30 S S Pukj I'i I I 1 U J Y .BettY'S. . . "! ts 25 26 blk 3.8 Lerov. . '3'16IO': ; 8;) which instrument the said Hubbard I Gas and Steam FitterS".S15151513
A Slight.-- . lots 16 1. IS blkn: S S Park..1! I I IGei I i 1 14 1IcAlpine. . . . lots 33 to 38 blk 3.8 ..ero\ .i 23116190! I 65 & Hood assigned and transferred tosaJd I
John Row.--- .I lots :5 .6 blk 37 S S Park. .1 I 1 I 1 114 J P Clark. . . . lot3: blk 3.9 Leroy. . : .!19116119: i 65I Ross among other, things, a cer-I -
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Anthony.-- -
..4 . . . .lnt 16 blk 50 S S Park. . .i! I I I I 68 J 1Iarer.: . . lots 9 to 13: and H to -IS blk 380i t I I I tain lease and their rights th."r" .' -
l'nknown. . lot 1 blk 54 S S Park. . .1 1 I I 68 !.ero) . . . .i:! 5:16119.: 1 1 6. made and executed by ('. C. Atkison
3 ,' Unknown..fl . lot 8 blk 55 S S Park. .I I !I 1 I I 6S Joanna Dean. . . lots 9 to 13 blk 3S. Lero.1' 611619+ : i' 6SI and others to Hubbard & Hood :said; Fitter of
Unknown: lot 9 blk 58 S S Park. . .! t I I IJ I 68 CAP Strauss!. . . lot 38 bit 38i Leroy. . .:t9ilSi20' : I IS instrument of date of September !th.
Lemon.-
L II 31 Holden.- . lots S blk 6:: S S Park. . .' 1 I! 1 1J I 91 E E Davis . . ...lot.;; n to16 blk :357 Leroy. .11511619! : ''I 05 I 1893 the :same being attached to the, I
W Glennan. . . Lots 1. H 19 blk 69 S S Park. .'! I : 6S L Atwood. . . . lots 31 32 blk 389 lRroy. . .I 71610! : ; I 85I bill of complaint in this cause marked Baths,
lots 2T 2S blk :4 S S Parle. .! I I i I 91 L Brockhoff. . . lots 12 to 21 and 33 to 45 blk! I I I I exhibit "G," by the terms of which instrument
1' E Baldwin.-- lots 2a; !Ii blk .;S S S Park .: iI I : 1 1 91 .. 394 Leroy . . . .123160: !: I 2 3 I and lease the said C. C. .\tkison Hot Water Apa-atus,
1 Lydia Jones.- . lot .blk.8SSPark. . .! I I I I 68 n II Yredenber; . lot 21) blk 395 IKrov. . .:19116.01! i I 85I and others leased to said Hub
t' Belle Anthony. . . lots :6 ::. blk SI S S: Park..1 i I 91 C M Credenberg. . lot 21 blk 395 Leroy..119I120'' I 6:) bard & Hood. for phosphate mining Wash Basins, Closets,
I Geo Unknown . . tots 13 18 blk 86 8 S Parle..1; I I I / 91 S J House. . . lots 21 22 blk 391 Lero '. . .::2311&120: I 85I purposes the following described property
,, Wm Sturrock. . lots 3 4 27 "S blk 91) 8 SPark! i I I I 91 Geo II Kendall. . lots 31 41) blk 3i: Leroy.131161201' I 85 to-wit: Roofing Tin,
Rose. . . lots 1 to 30 t'X lot "_2 blk 99 S 81 I I 1 Get) H Kendall. . lots 3t 41) for 1915 blk 3\j! Leroy 13'16120' : I 8511S Southwest quarter of southwest
John Park . . . .1 I I '! 08 G H Smith . . lots 34 35 blk -11)0 Leroy..11916:0'! I 85i quarter of section 2S. township 16 Valley Tin.Gutterings.
. lot :2: blk 99 S S Park. .I i I i I i 68 Y Greener. . . lot 10 blk 401 Leroy. . .'316120! i 6 I south range IS east lying and beingin
John RoSt .. ..., . .". lots 7 8 blk 103 S SPark..1 I I I 68 A J Howe. . . . lots 1 2 3 4 blk 402 Lero". . ::191SIZOt! i'I 05I i the counties of Marion and Citrus. & Conduc-
: L 1Ianley. . . lots 1 30 blk 11. S S Park. .1 I I IY I 91 Wm P Henderson. . .Iot 3 blk 41)3 Leroy..I 71161201! I 6 and State of Florida.
D F Mock. .. . lots 22 23 bik 11. S S Park..i I I I 91.J D 3larkley. . . lot 4 bUt 403 Lerov. . .!7'16201! 1 65I And also: All the right title and interest tors always in stock.
E Baldwin. . ". lots Iii 161.1 blk 1198 S Park! I I I 13.: ; S Shol r. . . . lots 1 2 blk 404 Leroy. . .12316'20! : 1 85I acquired by the said Ross under
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D F Mock. lots Ii 7 8 :3 24 25 blk 121 S SI! I I 1 I I D F Ross. . . . lots 31 32 blk10& Lero" . .'191161201! I 85 the terms of such contract betweenthe
John Ilv11ingsht Park . . . .1 I I I I 3 gl C II Dovall. . . lots II 12 14 16 18 blk 404 LeI; I I I I II said Ross and the said Hubbard Estimates furnished on applicatiafU
.. . lots U 18 blk 122 S S Parle. .1! I i I I roy . . . . .' 7'16:201: I 1 35I & Hood as aforesaid in and to the folIIOwing
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Unknown. . lots 9 10 ::1: ::2: blk 123 S S Patti I i I I 1 91 J S Croan . . lot 3 bit 419 Leroy..23'161201! ; 65I personal property: to-wit: Twenty-seven years' experience.
Jane Itensen.--. . . lot 30 blk 125 S SPark..1 !. t I R rnderwood. . . !ot 1 blk 420 VNY. . . ..'18:16\0.: \" f 6;-) entire mining plant including i
l"nknown. . . lots 1 to 5 and .6 to 30 bit 13\\ !I I I I jR Underwood . . .Iot 1 for. 1905 blk 4:1) !.ero '. .!;18116120! : ; 1: 65 machinery of *-"cry kind three hfad.of I .
Mary mss S 8 Park---- . .I I I Ir I :! HIJ B Rose. . . . .}lots la 16 17 18 blk -1:0: Lero3 .!'16:1&,2: !; : 8S I mules wagons, implements equipments.
lots 12 15.bl 13.: S S Park. ; I .. 1 91 E E Lenha. . . lot 24 blk 425 Lt>ro.'. . .119:16211: I C and all personal property belonging -I
Miss E.Woodsworth. .1 I 1 I ', 6S I 0) blk 46 Leroy. . I I 8aI i t> and used in connection \> ithsaid :
.I.t 16 blk lL S S Park. \ J Y Bettys. . . .sots ;
Unknown.- Park. .I !i i I I I tillS iot 2. bUt 432 Leroy.. .. . ..i'1911610: I Cd :; : mining plant so situated on th-> I II
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. . .lots :9 :1} blk 1U S G.Macke} . . . .l : \WEEKLY
;; ales Mass . .'! : I I.J ', t, 'S 46 4. blk 433 li1620'' S..5I southwest quarter of the southsst' !
. . lot IS blk H7 S : Park. Wm HickI n. . . .ilot Leroy. ; I '
A S Wheeler.. . . lot 6 bJk 1-4S: S S Park. . .' I I i iFi I tiS Cora E T"-son. . . .p/t! 13 blk 434 Leroy. . . !, 1'16129! I: 65. quarter of section 36, township ISsouth
II Kt'pnt'r.. . .lot 12 blk 150 S S Park. I 68 W G Smifh. . . .:lots :!; 28 blk -35 Lero) .;19'161101! {! &' II range 18 east. -
L 0 lA'wis. . .. lot 9 blk 15S S S Park..I : I ; 68 0 S GloYi'r. . . . 3':! bUt 43i Leroy. . .I 116L21) ; 65 I Also: A complete dreg ", c.m.-: ., COU IE '
L1 Simon. Park..1 : i 91 1. blk 44-1 Leroy. . .1231621: C j ing of dredge boat engine. boiler.pump .
\of.. . . lots 1 2 blk 163 S S Jo," Bo rtlinger. . .11.t '
\its \\ H L nt. .". lots .:.93o blk 163 S S Park..1 I ; I IIC J 91 J Doran. . . . lots 1 2 3 4 S blk 450 Leroy..1 I 16:21)1: i 1 25 'I boom dipper, and all applunc "-- :
, LtnknownPatt e rson.. . . lot 45 blk 16S S S Park..I I 1 111 C Storz. . . . lot 16 blk 451 Leroy. . . .1' 3116:0! ; I 6El and appurtenances constituting a complete -
il'w-rr' . . lots :2: 28 ::9 blk 1.-1 S S Patti I I 3I C Storz. . . . !lot 16 for 19CJ;) blk 451 Leroy. : 3'16:1: I 1i5; dredging plant and all other machinery !
Jno ROSe. Parka 1 I I blk 45.3 Lero .. . .23:16:20: : : ; g;; and material used in the construction j OURNLTHE 1
. . lots 20.1 .2 :3 blk 1S S S Ell n. . . . lots 21 2: }
ofwhich
'Cnknown. . . . .lots 29 30 blk 1.8 S S Park. .' I I i iC 91'L Br..ckhoof . . 24 25 26 2. blk 456 u.roy..123l! :O' I 1 05f'S ; I of a phosphate plant all i iI
; L'nknoW'D. . . .:lotI blk 179 S S Park..I! 1! ; I J F Good. . . . jlots 9 11 13 1. 19 blk 459 Leroy: iI16:20': 1 1 25I I situated on the southwest i
L Zacher . . .Iot 30 blk 109 ,8 S Park. . .! I i I I g\lary: 1Iarrin. . . lot 30 blk 460 Leroy. . . .177:161.0! : : ; I 8.es I quarter of the southwest quarter of: A. D
H T Ford. . . . lots 11 12 blk ISO S S Park..I I : I 1 E W Barker. . . lots 20 21 blk -IS-I Leroy. . .i 311610: I 85 section 3*. township 16 south. range: 1P
E yaldhom. . . .:,)ots "5 26 blk 191 S S Park. .I I I j I! 6S J Y BettYs. . . .!lots 22 23 blk&S4 Lt>roy. ,131161201! 1 Ii5 liS east; together with all machinery. I
c sHunter. . . lots 16 1. bl k19: S S Park. .1 91 R rnderwood. . .. .lots 3t 35 blk 48. Leroy..I! 11Ul201 8S : appurtenances and material placed I OCALA BANNERr]
D Cnderlick. 19 blk 196 S S Park..i! I I I i 91 R C'nderwood. . .Ilots 34 35 for 191)5 blk 48. Le-! j i I I thereon by the receiver: in this cause.,'
Unknown..lot.. . . lots IIi 1. blk 199 ,8 S Park.I\ I I I 1 91 i roy. . . . . .111151201 I i 115 Or. so much thereof as may be sufficient ( Weekly)
August Kunse. . . lots 14 15 blk ::015 S Park. .! I I' I 91 E J A Quayes. . . 6 blk 490 Leroy. . .!1 3162! 1 i 65 to realize the amount so due :
,. fnknOwn. . "lots 1 .: 3I 5 :6: :27 blk :10 S I I 0 Yarsball. . . ..Iou 1 8 blk 490 Leroy. . .!:3116OJ! ( 8a to the said complainants for principal
\ rnknown. ._ Park. . . . . .1 I I I 1 2 31 R A Hart . . . ..lot 36 blk 493 Leroy..I 7uI2: I 65I and interest, attorney's fees and costs BOTH ONE YEAR
. 'lot: 6 blk 211 S So Park. .t I I I 68 R J Hart . . lot 38 blk 493 r.roy. . . .1! 11U01! I of said suit. t:.
Chas LeWis. . .:lots" to :21 blk :79 So S Park. I I I 1 U J Y ettyS. . . ..lot 31 blk 495 Leroy..1231161201: : I SiM I CARLOS L. SISTRUNK:, I F
Wm H RandOlph . .'lots 1 to T and :25 to 28 blk 480 I I IS I C Fisher. . . . lot 13 blk 496 Leroy. . . .11116'231 1 1 65 Special Master in Chancery. I II FOR
Wm II RlI1dolph.; !. So Park. . . I I I 4 14 John D Markley..lot. 13 blk U9 Leroy. . .!_: 31161201 65 I R. A. Burt-,rd. I Ij. 'I $1.50

.. .lots 5 6 ::5 26 blk 253 So SPar". i I 1 37 Y Y Heenor. . . .llot 37 blk 503 Leroy. . .' 1t&GI! I 6- 'I' < T. Oreen. ONLY
Helen 1)I)1Uldson. . ..Iot 42 blk 31i So S Park..1 I I I I ILnknoW1l. I 68 R t.nderwood. . . ..Iot! 29-blk 509 Leroy. . .i 1161:0! i 6a;) I ooh" ,tur for Complainants 61
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E Iagee. . .. .. lots 16 17 big 3:: So S Park. .I t I I I 91 R L"nderwood. . . 'lot 29 for 1905 blk 509 Leroy. .! 1i16:01!:: I 6ai
..
. .. ... ..:.lots 3 to 10 and 2:!1 to 2g blk32fiI! 1 I Mary ntchell. . . .;lot 30 bIt 311 Leroy. . .'2316120i; I f,;) The' Presidential election lairoaching. a,.
.
i G E Palen oS S Park. . I I I 61 C W Preston. . . .:Ora.nge Grove Tract 11 Leroy, f1621j1! I i SJI I ILOHHAEiCoHDITlOH D I '"times have changed.
I I I n . . . .(! Grove Tract 22 Leroy! 6'16126' -5
. .. . lot 30 blk 3.1:: S :: Park. I I. J F Good. Orange That is all. Mr. Watterson is a Democrat. -
I :table Dunn. ... 13 14 1:1 blk 373 S S Park 1 fUnknown. 6t Katie Yokaty. ";Orange Grove Tract 46 Leroy'1715'o!! ; j': I 9 ioT.ICB I
.Iots .
R IM "oneson.. .. .. <;lot :9 blk 374 So S Park. . .! I'J I I W L Wlllpple.. ... .. .. .;Oran"e Grove Tract as Leroy 9160, I 'I;] I and has always been a Demo-
.
?
"- .. . .' lots 1 2 3 bit 375 So SPark. t 114 P :UcIntory.: . . ".Orange Grow Tract 7. Leroy' 916'20'w: 11I ; crat. never a Republican. Essential
tnknown. . . .". lots, 9 10 11 12 13 blk 376 S I 1 1I 1i I B F Ross. . . .!..Orange Grove Tract 112 L".roy'1l1li'r. f '1I = ;differences out of the way Democrats
t M J Edmiston. i Park . . .SI 1 t 1 I I 1" Get ScheUt"nberger." . .:Orange Grove Tract 214 Leroy 1l11 201: 1 raLC ; ; D are getting together *The Courer -
I I 'MiK'f07r
. . lots IS 19 20 :1 22: blk 316 5 I 1f t I E! .
H P Fah Y. . . .1 : E. L. CARNEY CURE'0. I Journal is going to support theticket.

..l C' J Trout. . . .. o 16 blk 383 So So Park. . .I! I i I IF I fg 6s''is : Tax Collector Marion Co. Fla. SW'SICK l neiixCCrY t n I I .. And there you have it."
1 uTni'qtNtornt
. 16 1. bk 3S1 S S Park..1 1 ,
tots
!
5 Trout. I : Send your orders for this combina-
. .. .. .:lot It blk 3S4 S S i t I 0 li rA.Y VL\lS: TO et T't:xsr: Ytct.s.01 flit
J McCloskey. . blk 3H 8 8 Park..I! [ : uatrT; FCR DISEASE 111 51CC Cf Aa ''IIiRES1t'iES 5 ,ion to us-not to the Courier-Jocr-
F S Trout. . lot 15 I I I.tIIE"1TEl./ID+!IUJII1..2".I..ii : .'4arM'f.c ,,
W F W Trout. .. . lot :0 blk 3St S S Park..1 ; 1 13" H AM' 15 NOT FOCD SUT: -.Rt.J": 5':-.' I'I> : nal. The regular price of the Weekly
91
. . . lot H blk 335: S S Park..I! I tC.lt C1VE IT i TU-At. AkO SiVt Y3' '; G 11 Kuhn. . .. .;lot 3 bik 399 S S Parb..I! t i I 6$ PIIICE 25 C!KTS '? <-.a ;
. ..L.-4 Frank L Garlick.HaI'\"ey.. .. . .tOt :t blk101 S .5 Park..I! I IM I The Ocala Banner sasisYalRtTA.: CAtcs S r411Faw: : .9 e'r&CKERHMI i

Ha1L. . ... ".lots 13 H 15 lti 1. IS blk 403 sl ,1 1t & STEWART.P.\ill THALGOTT ,
E 1 1 21 iFOR
; S Park . . .1 i
;; Park. . .. I 6 Proprietor of the
tot C :
blk
\ c'L' }- Susan:: Garlick. . . lot: .0 Park. .1 I I Ienknown. : 6* I
. BE Petfer . .. . .'lot 14 blk n6 5 S DUNNELLON BAKERY.
P.uk..1 I SALE.-At bargain
'10)( 11 12: blk n. S 3 i a an upjight
$
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Its 13 to 1 blk 43' S S Park piano mahogany case god astew.
William .: I : Best Medium Is now prepared to ship Bread. Cakes
blks :aI.6\ S S Park- Advertiing Address P. 0. box 6S5 Oeala ,
C French. . Park I J "6 :! Pies Etc, on short notice; ad gaar
S
. bk HI 440( S -
William Conway. ; S Park 14 iF1a. 4-lS-tJ 2r. ees satisfaction in at. casts.
t 1 b1. 4775 I
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:: f 1 fTilGftHAHSCODITIOH NOTICE OF PROPOSED AMEND- NOTICE OF PROPCSED AMEN !. "?"

OF THE MENT OF CHARTER OF THE
MENT TO CHARTER
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DRAWING THE LONG' EO ;: WEEKLY 01S PORT INGLIS TERMINAL STANDARD AND HERNAfcDO

A TORNADO. ; COMPANY. o

: : Some Remarkable Credited h S \ ;, RAILROAD COMPANY.
Exploits ,
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\m
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I The Spiral That Connects tSe Ear '-. \ Shooters cf Arrows. COUfiEidUUFtFH- I I ,' ''''',i I' 'i.'l I i Notice is hereby given as follows:
1, ; the Port Inghs i Notice is herct-y fohIo -.
-. With the Clcdt.i I IWhie : t t"fi THAT WHEREAS, given as \\
: The expression "drawing a !Ions t..w"dl's "'f.t --.Ii
_- _- .. ; ;j n Terminal Company, at d stockholder'sI : THAT WHEREAS, {Standard; .'-
i ,:' in Kansas a few years ago 11 I I I11 not of necessity mean the teHL. S Kf-WPll5: "f I I. i meeting of tho said company held at !
I, -.CK' ;, I Keraumo iiirt.i! < 'omp.iii\- it .i'meeting -
tllrn\l"-
L Lad a very l.1.I1''iew of a I of a falsehood. It souietiL.e* refer t-> CUR E I I Rockwell. Marion County, Florida, the i
r .'f thet,' .' 'Ki' "f'i'1'; '
miles dNt-! nt.. ':! r- '
was al.out icu [ a wonderful story which may tr.o t"f" i
-11' 5AFrs!: '.! $ J -n ; corporation, on Wednesday, Ap.ril 3rd, I Company, at Koiku < II. 'hlllllli 'ouu- "
t4 swiftly! over the prairie. It jiresoute'1he enough, but which is so uiarve! Fffcv[ e-'Ey dL4., *!& : i:o;. at 12 o'clock noon; said meeting IFlorida.. the pnminess -.i p.n! I'II bu,-
3 : api>earau.-e of a long r.>j>e alx.ut to require a firm trust in the veracity AND ct MAM >r .: Xs 1 i -..T 5- N! ck t.t j ha\ing been called and all stockholdS
,
; "ARlit' 10; : 5EPS[ \ ':.' : /.- ( v.i Jnmuii.AW of saul corlratI4II.1 \\'oln'slla-> ,
J iq two feet iu diameter. extended of the narrator to euahie the hearer to A51-." .S -i _ii"j' I er* notified by publication oi the '1:
I of such April 3, 19t 7, at 11 1'\ lot k A.l. sani
and object
: from a dark. irregularly shajied deed believe it. Some of the longest bows THE OCALA BANNER TIlCMMAH'JISKCTAKODi- -E." ASTCCK PI tSJ time and place the
I ic.st; eve TA-C tv t-.' '.,: ': ,0. .".: n i.--ting, once a week for four con.sicutve .i meeting having been i.uh-il, and i'l!
q to the earth and was slightly!! curved have been drawn about .
of this sort
.
Un\ 'I t 5 RICE Z CENTS ( ;-: 1 I weeks prior to the holding of suchmeeting '
< i i tVeeklyBOTj stockholder; notified b publication t
U l1tt' It of nearly uniform thi'-kiic' = KftMffcCT.'RtD BY f in >
was Lows and arrows. : in a newspaper published :
lJt"; and leaned about thirty-five den'e.1 These stories began long a so. Vir- ; kmm&iiiI: I S Marion County. Florida, to-wit: OcalaBanner. i I the time and place am! object of sui !Hi 4,
[ ONE \YEAR i
I from a perpendicular toward pn l in the ".1neid" tells of four archers .i il meeting for four consecutive weeks

: 11f1" A line drawn from where I stood to who were shooting for a prize. :il.!" ,I -- --- ---- -- Ami .iftvr all the stockholders had i' prior to the holding of such meeting

L 'Itt the cloud would have made an aus'' .>ftbout mark being a pigeon tied by a cord to FOR i t ht ii.Homing.-'-n duly notified amendment by personal to the service char-, :Jin,! a newspaper published in Marion

U iS; forty degrees with the earth's the mast of a ship. The tirst man hit : ONLY $1.50I t. r <.' :.tiib! Company was adopted by j Count, Florida, to-wit: Ocala has

d : TI; surfa('(.. After this ropelike projection I ILu the aiast. the second cut the conl and ; I Education by Mail! the unanimous vote of four-fifths ofI I I Banner; and by personal service, and

t Lad parted I noticed in the irregularlfind the third s-hot the pigeon as it tknv I' The Presidential election j i is aproaehing. the ntire' stock by adopting the fol- t;!all stockholders of said corporation be-
No tc to pet an education. : ]i.\\ Ill; solutions namely: .
hsaving ice-nrloyment
I of '
( a perfectly shaped spiral fla The fourth an-her having chan 'd.
'rimes
nave
p I I
L'tilueciJj ft Are time slue!viEittt Lome. THAT WHEREAS in the opinion'of ling present or represented in such ,
i Terhitehess.. It was shard like a nothing left to shoot drew his low .That is all. Mr. Watterson i, a Uem.ocrat Book-keepinp, AnUuiiHif Alr<4>: Utromtrtry the -t.-ckholders of the Port In- I( meeting, the following amendments tojthe

I .,n. great auger and extended from the au lnt his arrow flying toward the I and has always been a Democrat &&yklr.Rhetoric Tsutht&by' -11.MIL ii tory.Latin.et&Tbor TeaUier aided> g-li.- nninal Company it is desirable i charter of said Company were

H -: 1H l'oint where tie funnel (,r roin had j sky with such pj-et-d that the friction never a Hepublican. Essential to pascxiiuioation ICvre of i-ticress.Catalogue anti in the best interest of the j i
c.adree,1 J.IU)1S.Palatkal"la.JlclYER corporationthat the capital stock of adopted by the unanimous vote of the
I Ifwf'n connected with the cloud forward I of the air set the feather on fire and J differences out of the way Democrats t.rl'o1'ation be increased from one [ entire stock of said corporation at

-S :Jl in the direction the cloud was movinz. I IAt 'I it swept on like a meteor to disappear ;are getting together. The Cour- '!'million m dollars ($1,000,000 to two million 'said meeting same being over four-

All around it was In wild commotion in the clouds. ,leThe r- Journal is going to support the : l dollars. $2,000,000); it is, I a
fifths of the entire stock of said
tnd I : RESOLVED, that the capital stock corporation -
; M but the spiral itself seemed to stories told of Robin Hood's there have it." i
And
: iticket.
you : of the shall be increased I the
corporation by adoption of the following
auger' -
( J t like a great white! ril-lion coiled i archery, illustrated by his wonderful i
S Send your orders for this from one million dollars ($1,000,000); resolutions
it thape nnd fixed secure. This tpiral at performance as Locksley in Scott's I combina'i find JJACKAl I to two million dollars ($2,000,000) ; and I namely:
.
j THAT WHEREAS
I tion to us-not to the I in the opinion of
1'1 the time I caught sight of it was I lying ""Ivanhoe" are also a decided strain further it is. the stockholders of the
I Standard and
of the
Weekly
Inpon al. The regular price
:ItIn a nearly horizontal position the foru modern credulity. The famous RESOLVED that the charter ofsaid | Hernando Railroad Company it is desirable -
;.
:Lt\ ward end being only slightly: elevated. story o'f William Tell, doubted by. ,Courier-Journal alone is $1 a year. i I corporation shall be amended so I and in the best interest of that
that Article III thereof shall read as
I
,
have met one who has 1------ corporation that the capital stock ot \
:It I never any many persons, is believed by others to follows: '
\ jthe corporation be increased from two
1-1 feen this spiral in the tornado cloud have a foundation of fact. There was 1I. "The amount of capital stock authorized -: hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) to

: J.\\ but by one who came dangerously near a l lane named Foke of whom the same I. S S 4 S S : shall be two million dollars five hundred thousand dollars ($500-
$:,K.dOO( divided into thou-
S : JJ t-eing! caught IIY a passing tornado I story is told. and William of Cloudes- 1 I. sand( shares) of the par twenty value of one 000), it is,

: t was told that the center of the whirl ley, an Englishman, Is said to hare I. FUNERAL hundred dollars ($100) per share, payable Standard HESOLVED.& Hernando that the charter of the

5- I ing funnel was as white as milk. From shot an apple from his son's head I. SI : 1' in lawful money of the United I II shall be so amended that Railroad Article Ce.III.

t his statement taken In connection merely to show his espertness. States. The same to be nonassesss read as follows:
5- 11:; with observations, I have '. DR. D. M. BONEY '! DIRECTORS. ;i able and to be issued when the money'I I "The of
;S my own Most stories of bows and arrows relate -'I' : therefor is paid into the amount capital stock of
treasury. I
.5 I formed the opinion that the center of to the accurate aim of the archers Eyesight Specialist. .1 -1- And that the President, and in his said corporation shall be five hundred

1 ti V &11 tornadoes Is a erfectly shaped, eleeb a Frenchman, Blaise de Vipenene, 1 Iut HIifull Mock of Coffin Casket? i absence the vice-president be and I I thousand five thousand dollars (shares$500,000)of divided the into -

5- : trical spiral and that when in operation shows the tremendous : | hereby he is instructed to take or cause par
tells one that and Burial Outfits. Spt-cial) given toBurial t value of one hundred dollars ($100)
be taken all
to the
proceedings
necessary
V it connects tli. earth with the force with whIch an arrow may be propelled wrvices.I I i iS required by law to procure said I per share; said capital stock to be

; S tloud. It is manifest that such a spiral I paid in lawful money of the United
If the bow be strong and long __ I amendment to charter of the corpor-
V would give the middle of the tornado : I I'I' OrderJerry ation. States upon calls made by the DirtcL
: enough. According to his own accountof n f. 1i7 Embalming to tors in such instalments as Directors .
funnel white But it is I 1 I t r. I II Now therefore in accordance with ,
a fi "
C appearauce. the matter, he saw Harbarossa, a 'I' '1' ,: I may deem best.
said resolution notice is
so adopted.
t A not likely that one looking at it In its Turk admiral of a ship called the I ( .. : t 0t ,,': II I given that the Port Inglis Terminal I And thereupon the following amendment -

c I upright form would detect its spiral firand Solyman, send nn arrow fromhis I I I '..' .r ;. "' i Company will apply to the governor I of the charter of said corporation a
It- ; s -
.; j form. Indeed, it would have to turn i bow right through a cannon ball. I. ,' : '--'- .;.r.S t I ., I ;i of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, I was adopted by the unanimous

t 3 ItFelf In a most favorable ixisition in Whether the cannon ball had a hole I. r ., 'p. 'J'f) ,., 'o-, ,_ I urnett. j; Florida. on the vote of the entire stock of said corporation -
"' 11. present by the ,
; adopting follow
S i ",.of ir.. l4, .r_ I 21st day of May, A. D., 1907,
; order to reveal to the of the observer : > 'fT : ing resolutions
eye .
'
4 I through it or not he neglects to inform : ." ..- -. I for letters patent amending the charter namely:
1 -. B. its spiral form.Scientific Amer, us, probably not considering so trifling .t: -' /C', _< ', j of the Port Inglis Terminal Company THAT WHEREAS in the opinion of
j "
A- < : ', I the stockholders of the Standard
: J J : Merchant and
ican. heretofore
I a matter worth mention. # j
: I Hernando
That Article III thall be so amended; Railroad Company it is desirable -
Perhaps the most astounding of all A.-CX'Al l and in the best interest of the
; read
.ft ; as to as follows:
I '. i A Stamp MenJ. erie. i I. stories about arrow shooting i* that of I "The amount of capital stock authorized corporation that the highest amountof

,. ] A very omplete menagerie may be. j I the Indians that used to inhabit nor Tailoring. shall be two million dollars indebtedness or liability to which 1:

: formed from a collection of postage ($2/00,000) divided into the corporation can at any time sub-
thousand
twenty I
I them
I ida. It Is said that a group of \. ject itself be increased
,, I. tamps having animals, birds and nshas 'I' shares of the par value of one from one hun-
I d red
S would form a circle then one would i hundred dollars ($100) per share. payable and fifty thousand dollars ($150-
S the central figures. The animals throw an ear of Indian corn Into theair. : in lawfuy money of the United I tOO) to five hundred thousand dollars

1) 2 represented are lion, tirer, elephant I 1* I I, I ($500,000), it isRE80LYED
: -' i The rest would shoot at it and I. States; the same to be non-assessable 1
f giraffe, jaguar, camel, hippopotamus, shell it of every grain before it fell to I make a specialty of correcting Ocala! Florida. i I and to be issued when the money: that the highest
S I amount of intebtedness
1* thf r*>for is p&id into the treasury." or liability
buffalo bear kangaroo *
leopard dog. where others fail.
S S i the grouid. Sometimes the arrows eyes 1 Finest Imported and: This corporation has prepared certificate to which the corporation shall at any

-, dear, horse, cow, llama, goat, monkey, would strike it so hard and fast thatit j* Satisfaction guaranteed or Domestic Cloths. under its common seal of the time subject itself shall be five hun-

: 1 h donkey beaver, duckbill, seal sable, i would remain suspended in the air ,*money refunded. 'I: i proposed amendments adopted. as; I! tired is thousand dollars ($500,000); and

i gorilla cobra crocodile, tortoise. Timfowl i I aforesaid which certificate is now on jit further,
I for several minute*. and the cob *
never: Cutting a Spe cia) RESOLVED
1 II that the
: family is represented by the ea- I j i file in the office of the Secretary of the charter of the
I
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fell until the last grain had been shotaway. I Fits corporation shall be
OPTICAL PARLORS. *I I Gnarante ed. j State of Florida in his office at Tal- amended so that
.
4 c-ock, owl. heron eagle, parrot, turkey I ; laha st'e. Florida. ( Article VII shall read as follows: S

; f tipe, swan, goose, quail, dove, huia- It i i. such stone as this which fully 2 and 4 Gary Building, Ocala, ..1 I I 'i I POnT IXGLIS TERMINAL COMPANY 'I'j "The highest amount of indebtedness

r',. Mrd, emu, pheasant, lyre bird, apteryx the to which the I S I For Sale-Dr, Marean's Liver Pills[ I jor liability to which this corporation S
justify use
i'. lorea. Of fish there arc but two-the cod :I expression Florida. I made from Dr Marean's private formula j (seal) By John L. Inglis. !' can five at hundred any time subject itself, shall be to(
the
U "drawing long bow" is sometime I Attest: Vice-President. I! thousand dollars, ($500-
and carp. The insect kingdom lias one i ; have been tested for i 000.)"
I put-Chicago News.POINTED twentyflve : Ralph Barker. I .5
: representative In the butterfly nestling I II : Secretary. 4-19 And thereupon the following amendment -
years; purely vegetable. Sent
i I
I I of the charter of said
In the coiffure of former Queen Liliuo- -- -- corporation
: ,postpaid on receipt of price. 25 cts. was adopted by the
a f unanimous
!
vote
r kalani.-1'rank J. Stillman iu St. Nich PARAGRAPHS. I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. \\cift the entire
HUBERT box. Address, stock of said corpora-
: : : olas. I lion present by adopting the following -
< I Don't hunt trouble. It will find you.I $I I BY Mrs. Beatrice Marean. Department of the Interior, Land Of- j resolution, namely: (
/ VILEY.
I : lice at Gainesville. Fla., April 15,. .
', -. There i is not the lightest sense back 1st 16 East Belmont St. I I THAT WHEREAS, in the opinion
Rough en the Kirk Rats. I l dam by Helmet i i; 1907 of the stockholders 0
of a great deal of hope. ;Helmet : Pensacola, Fla. of the Standard 5
b ;I < -, It was a young Scot's lirst sermon by Lexington. i !and Hernando Railroad Company it is

t : : after Le received his license and un j I When a man talks about his princij I. I A dark bay horse of good speed _ _ _ _ : |I I Scott.Notice of is Kendrick hereby, given Fla.. has that filed William no- I desirable and in the best interests of S
pies he usually means his prejudice and action, combining the best trot- the
: corporation that
: fortunately he became very nervous, j Cattle Astray. i, tice of his intention to make final five I Article VI

S ,j : :, Iost control of his voice and spoke very There i isn't a teat deal of sunshine ting blood with the best thorough 1- I Four stc rs. L' and 3 y.-an old, mark- ; year pmof in support of his claim five limiting be amended the number of Directors to

indeed. all his friends j in the smile a man produces when he bred. . ,- loudly Nearly I loses. A sure foal getter, producing both branded "Z" im rgiht side and flank : made Dec. 3fl 1901. for the northeast it isRESOLVED

: went to hear him; preach hut one who I 'saddle and driving horses. As many.'of : also brands 1 "J S"on left flank or. quarter of southeast quarter section I. that the number of

p was unable to attend inquired at the i A man is always willing to lend a his colts are good saddlers and i cushion. One butt head, others have. i! 33. township 14 south. range 21 east, Directors from of said Company b. increased -
five
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S but he does hate to lend Ips off horns. and that said will be made to seven Directors: anti
t; first opportunity as to how he got on. I helping hand. (I speedy drivers. I proof be'fort j further it is. .

:__ -. Til tell; thing." the money. i:I Terms of service, $3.00 one 'I Also two thr-e-year old steers with Clerk Circuit Court, at Ocala i RESOLVED
jvae was eantlld I- per s(r- horn tipped, branded "Z" on right side Fla., on that the charter of said
: s reply "it's many a day since thirsts I tS The man who wants to sell it is usually !vice, or $7.00 with privilege of returning .I and flank: marks and old brand unI June. 5, 1S07.. S ; i-orporation shall be amended so that

f S, in Pulton kirk got such a right:" I the one who has the least political : mare as often as is necessary: I known. Thf last two wen- raised He name the following witnesses to j Article VI shall read as follows: S
|within sixty days after first service near Rutland \Vithlaeoochee his continuous I "That on the thir.l} Tuesday in February -
Dundee Adutsi'r. 1 in fluence.j I nYc'r. prove residence upon: of _.
-S i Sor $10.00 to insure a colt to stand First four m'ar Starkf.s ferry on Oeklawaha and cultivation of, the land, viz: each yar there shall be elect-
1 ; ii j The man who brags usually has a and suck. rivt'r. : Alexander Anderson, of K'-ndrick: ; ld'n stockholders of said corporation ,
,
1: lot to say about the things he is going If seen please notify ': as Directors arid thill aid Directors -

cuTtJRAJ ( S to do. What he has done is far lessimportant I BILLY REED j Z. C. l'H.UUtLlSS & CO., i i Fla.Jake An [ -2-t Ocala I Florida.L I Sa nuel Pcott. of Kenririck, Fla.! <>n the same day. shall! eject annually,
: i a Prosi4'nt.it-.'- .!hh.nt.
. Sa.m Canit.bell. of K"n 1 When a man stops to listen to two i A gray jack six years old brought i I Runaway Horse. i HENRY S. CHUBB. : tary. and Treasurer and such otherOftlrF5

I. ,1 : otheis arguing, he isu't after information. from Kentucky last fall, good bone I Runaway tn.M th! :uh8crib.-r .n 4-f Rt' i't"r. :/ and agem-j.1the corJMratil>uP.KIV -
'and active. A foal Friday ni'ht. April 1t.! lf'07. [; aim:hi'rize. Al 1!! Uk ofrici'rs shall 'S
very proven getter a bay
He wants to butt in and air! his : hold; their
J ,producing colts good enough to be I mare; brand."X E" on left hip: I S : offUe.unii II! their suece.sr -
own views oil o-.ie side or the other. [ NOTICE. "' fire duly eleitid and
sear on right kin e. front feet shod qualified. Any
shown at tue fair in :
Lexington
.
: ViORKS4ONDERSr i .tt.iisot1 <.;hhe."Newspaper!> :last fall. Ky. I had front part of wagon attached to 1. i, ,two. .f such oflkeji may be held by

h-r on night of runaway. Ten dollar*; As per the requirements of the constitution : 1 flI I p 1'01', exempt I ti"Mof! Pre&idt-nc
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Billy Reed was Bauguman's I reward will be p.i.l for' hr delhery of Florida. notice is I and'i. '-Pr,':ill..nt:

: ':t j Day" In England.i jack. Iht dam Ednn. by big Powell ( ) undei-signed at t ICa la. given that the board of hereby: [! And that the '',- nl. nt be and hereby -
county commissioners : he5
; i ) 11 i>iij-t! t'I In named "now "- jack: :nd! dam Parley, by Paragon. : 4-26 't H. FBLDER. ; in"truc"-/; t'k" or cau.se to -:
of the Wonderful Cures of Torturing ofariol1 Florida! i l J: t.d"n
county all I 1 the .,
'f j 11
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,titc t";:'}'. i'"i- '.II it, in the :\riir IT-'J, Billy Re"'d is half brother to the Ball -- -- -ary 1'"JC"Pt-
|i THE GEORGIA PEACH CROP DE- will apply to the next ensuing I legislature : j lags r.-quire.J] by !l.tv.; : t,. procure said
;. Disfiguring Humors of r jack! tin- test mule
s was jniMi-lud (he tirst daily i-aiv.- IrI jack in Lincoln j- STROVE of Florida for special legislation : : amendments to ebaru-r of the corpora-

: > "' the Skin Scalp and Blood. I vas pniiiu-i'd' by iInlhet.: "::ig J in_,t county. Ky. to legalize and validate all war- i n. n.i S

: ", ,! -dx.,' iliith ju i i't; hrulire" i i. I'-. ,'!'i :r :' Terms of service, $:.III> per songle! I S rants issued by the board} of county i Now thi'rl'f"r.> I in. ;'ceordarvith
s .S service, $liuni per service with privilege The Atlanta papers say that the i aid ain<*ntlin> ntso adopted notic.it i
;: | ne-ir the ,i'.' of: the pivscnt Pri:/l : commissioners of Marion county, Florida .
z ;: of often is peach of i is .hereby given that he Standard
CURES ARE SPEEDY return as as neces'sary crop Georgia nearly entirely for work and
i t H !uv ijnn'-t','. Of a single p:g''. tj V\ \ I and materials in constnicfing ; Hernando Railroad
within sixty days after the first i destroyed. And at many points' 1.'OImpmwill apply -
: : ; AND PERMANENT :j'I' (llumntlu' Daiiy Con rant 1 pnifrvdt : service. $15.00( to insure a colt to where the largest orchards are located the courthouse at Ocala; to the gwernor Itr the Ht.ite of

: :' 'i give foreign news only. \; i: holt e ll- stand and suck. the peaches have been entirely killed.The .\ 'Florida, for county purposes. Florida, at Tailahi--.e Florida, on .
I thtI
1 : -" I t. rial l'ulElll'nts, the dl t.f ,.f s :!tf'snppo.iug Service money due for either horseor Georgia entomologists says that John L. Edwards Chairman. I 21st S .
S 411 .\ nflicted with ec/ema on my SI : I the crop at Cave Springs Adairsville, .T. M. Mathews, day of May, A. D., 1907 -,}
,. : other people to haw -ense jack when first service is render I j Elbert county. Habersham ; for lettecs patent .
.c face and hands and I used medical treat county and''j N. A. Fort amending the Stand-
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3i.! jncnt for two week-, but to no avail I :, enough to make reflectionfor! thein- ,ed. Except when bred to insure a I'Austell county are all destroyed. C.V.. Turner, i and & Hernando Railroad Company's 'VI
I selves." 'colt, then service fee is due when special to the Georgian from Bar- I| charter heretoforgranted
then using the Cuticura3cinedics j This original sheet somi passI as follows:
CUmml'IJ't'I
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: \ -S ., and ai'.cr using two cakes of I I ed into the hands of Samuel Buckley."at colt meets ,requirements or when the tow county says: It is thought to be ':3-15 R. Pyles, Commissioner i said That Article III of the charter of
extremely doubtful if a single is. corporation shall be
peach
It. ':; Cuticura Soap and one box of Cuticura the sign of the Dolphin in Little 'mare is parted with or bred to another ] I' left in this county. t--. --- -- -5ADMINISTRATOR'5 -- I to read as follows: so amended '.f' f

.![. : Ointment for a little over a month! I Britain." the worthy printer of the i horse or jack. They are all killed in the vicinity of NOTICE OF I "The amount of capital stock of said \t. .
Lein will be retained I
cW : .: was entirely c'nvj, ML-s Jennie B I. Spectator and one "well. affected" t,ti on colt for I Macon. Xot more than twenty bushels FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS- I! corporation shall be five hundred *)1

1 :: Chamberlain. Marcy, R. F. 1>. No. 1 4 I i the house of Hauovcr. The Tourant service fee. {; will be harvested in Fulton county,. CHARGE. thousand dollars ($r uOuflO) divided in- I, i

1 X Y., May Sth, 1"(." Mares will be kept on pasture at I and in Gordon county 90 rer cent. of '! I j to five thousand shares of the par valueof :
was in 17ST, absorbed in the Daily Gazette. ,$3.0 per nnh.I j the crop is reported killed. ( one hundred dollars ($100) per share;

:. : ANOTHER CURE .-London Chronicle. This stock will make the present j I Early vegetables are also nearly all !}1 Notice is hereby given that on the I and said capital stock to be paid in

season a; Dungaman farm. one and i killed. Many of the farmers however 8th day of May, A. D., 1907. i lawful money of the United States up

:- "I suffered for more than ten years !! The Arctic Has one half miles west of Orange Lake.abor are planting larger crops of watermelons -. i the undersigned will present his. ;on calls made by *h.-' Directors in such it

with a skm diset-e. Son': were on my Attractions. t\'o and l Olhhil1f miUa south hoping in this way ton up for I final accounts and vouchers to Joseph I installments" as D.reotors: may deem
: Jog3 and they m.uie me s-ick. Physicians | "I cannot imagine.: said the worn i: th. ir looses on their p<.a( h.-=. Cottonrt .Bell, county judge. Marion j best.
:
\\e-; I'> \dnt,1t.! county
S : were:: called in to attend la me, but the y ;: with the ..horttecves j "why in th < al-M kiH.-d! and Georgia farmer? .Florida. ,t his office aT Ocala. and i aid That Article VI ..f the charter of
I
: ,. :: did me no got4. Nothing teemed to dome urll L-k'-i-: ;,v' iu their t"Ulllryafl'r S GAITSKILL. i :ire South f.Ung't.ry and Xortn blue.( Car'llma.lL a, make final ert1emnr and apply for to read corporation as follow"-*nai: be so am n.led ._

: : any good unul l one day one of my tl'Kv: h.r. loained: what 's ;0 !1., "i :: ;::' .- .' Fla. "c.. a-o suftVr \vrely; fr"-.i xi'ir. i final discharge a= administrator of J "That on the thri Tu'lay in Ffbrnry 5 \

t S : friends advised me to try i the Cuticura ba tlt! ; -, t ::i ,'-'. :1II.t'l i>hufJc,' ._'; ".r.t coldv..ather.NOTICE. :;.estate of j. pr.rtc.Smit debased. 'f e><"-h v, ,1- ;!!.re ,holl be elect- J

S ;,: : Remedies and which I JJJ and in less th.L!: : 'I ;i:1 :; !hue' uo tluv.ti'is.; 1.) 1 ItcN. > November; -, !:"'";. del'n) "twkj""i'"J"] IIf vaiil S
,::1 :T than four wwks 1 wa- made \\t'. I T. N. SMITH, I tinn a- Din.tti.ran., th.ttui! Direct -
: ,1 > t.1: 1-\1 '-fl't'Ct *. .
car ,
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1 ':' .;-- rtsed the CompleuTro.iti.eut? eoniist-i -vl' As Administrator of the Estate of J. ,. :rat -th-Sr me.-nra- to tI,' held on th"
." : : K<' ', ..III"iI.ii _;.',''dlt->. uo i-\l >., -i.I' d..y.nJI. .
: Ing of Cuticura Soap C.iticura Ointment ::' :Ii. ''It. C'rciat r "in yf th Fiftii .; i-' Pof'cr Sunth deceased. let annuallv. a. '

: :. :-- "; and Cutic.ira Pills and I found '. :. .1..-. :." a!,-.!"-tiny 1.-\t.'- c--i f circuit! (,florula.. in .; i"rM.inon NOTICE. ll-ii-Om Pr.i. -nt, VS. ,--iTreaur ,.,: -vent, Secretary,

'k; ..jbemaI1vervsueeesftiI. My[ i riends w ere L.r'.' i.o !h:. t: th .r >\e hr.e ERRYSSeeds County-In Cha-T* ry. :It .1 ,'r. :n.l! uch other n1-
, 5- '; Notice; is hereby given that th< io.'r' .tr.d -
fi on agents -ho .
TICuv Mum"r i !
u <
tlutimrizt"
: a rorpontiiorthe
; surprised at such a quick cure, and I '1'--- '!.1' .!i .t ,- tho rt"M.... t!', ,.:
: Con..l..i'wnt:: vsV.. ::-J "-ay of Mar h. 19" T. ;\' r All cffiersha1
to tell! 'boJ"ht r-'' iti"n. { u S ( ?:nrhdoing .
tll' 5, am glad 'L L 'Zer. <;t al. Dfndant-Orr rs.t: !': offictuntil
: :-. Cuticura Rel1 'l i's have ll.e> for oasiiH-oc: aT.. vSn-;*h <: f n. .
f If 1: a::u vML t'o':':-T j jal'kt'I.-J'J.e.: kl. for t" Jf_ !:i- -- me. I'trtlu! O-llJ''0nl"L'"t), Calif.! Srico transferred and assigned for the benefit qualifiNl Any t.\'" ..f such office:

,I'. 1 C'$ : .: .May 24, 1,.,JU.t ":." prove tur wortht hanestt.me It i? ordrrod :hj.t th-! defendants of his creditors, all of his property may be held by "JItr :rSln, exc-'pt

A Contrast. h> rein r'-- 1. t(:-\\ it5 S. T, L'.z:r awl to the uniiertisned. as assignee and ; those of Pre.-i.'l-rit an-1 Vn e-Prt.i-

t : !: AND STILL ANOTHER : Thar wiJi \,1 i IUd !p-ipul-ir! bit! <..: success Aerovcriilty, they are pronounced yearsof \\'. D. L-izi-r. IH ai.u nit y arhereby ail creditors who reside in the state; of ', dent That"
1! reauir.-fl to appear to th- bill of complaint Arti'cVII! of the chart or of
5_ it' "My two children had the eczema I de-x-riptlon: in wlik-h! theIlh.n": pv :':e beat and surest by careful I i tiled in this cause on or before Florida, are hereby notified to file aid rCf"IUjr.j. :aIl b so amended 's

: i ,,: the first one had it for t five months allover former yu the stage referred to the orn planters: everywhere. Your I Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1907. ,with me their respective claims, properly i I to read as follows:

r1; 5- 5 the body and we had two doctors I cial at the froat eiitraut of the tho.. dealer sells them. 1001 Seed I It is further ordered that a copy of' ; sworn to, within sixty days from I "The highest amount of Ind -bted- \ -

I > treat her. 1 saw the Cuticura Remedies ter as the "eight-dollar-a-week man (1; Annual free on request. I I. this order be published once a week. .this date; and all creditors who live .jation I ness or liability to which this corpor- / -
consecutive weeks in the can at time
1 advertised and bought the Cuticura the door who wears a thousand kitIais' D. I. FERRY 8 CO.,Detroit.Jllei.t 'I for four any subject itself.
shall
the
I beyond state of Florida be five
Cut Ointment and Cut i, Ocala Banner, a newspaper publishedtin : are notified hundred thousand dollars.
IJr Soap and curi S
worth of gold buttons.." and (500000.)
said state.This .
S county they must file their claims againstsaid
S Pills and after using them it wasn'th i. S
: .: cura This
18th day of April, 1907. corporation has prepared certificates
-: : but a shorthile before she was cure d.Ic I Fine Brood Mares. I I S. T. Sistrunk. assignor, properly sworn to, I under its common seal of the- fl

S(It My other child was also afflicted and Cause For Celebration.! I J Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. |,within four months from this dat j proposed amendments as adopted, as

d'e"_ the Cuticura Ilemedia: cured her aL o. Mrs. De Style I met Mrs. Sehop::per I We have just gotten in a ear load 1 II T. E. Bisss, March 27, 1907. { aforesaid, which certificate is now on

t' ti : f::. We think the Cuticura Remedies tbe] I at a bargain sale today; said she wa-; of the finest brood mares ever brought Complainant's Solicitor. 4-19.:. : S. H. BUTCH, I file in the office of the Secretary of t
the "
: best on the mark, and we always keep I celebrating her silver anniversary, ;to the state and to see them is to admire "Of-".10 Assignee. Tallahassee.State of Florida in his office- at 4 ._
SALE Florida.
BULLS FOR
: :: "- the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment i Mrs. Guabusta-Is she married twen, I them. We will sell them at I I STANDARD & HEn A "DO RAILI S

S .: I'' on hand. R. R. Crowson Lo'S ty-five years? Mrs. De Style-No. !!very reasonable prices. Come and andlook : I Grade and pure bred shorthorns, ., A big supply of sealing wax and ROAD CO., 5

lady, Texas May 30, 1003. her husbatd' g.ve Lcr S2o. New YorL.. them over ar cork for spa Hn? syrup bottles and'I. (seal) By John L. Inglis. S
for sf-rvji-e.
home raised and r- ally
FoM throUlrbItIUhn'orld. Potter Drug* ( Cory, MARION FARMS TABLES iars. Attest: President.
l olf f'r, .. Ika'un,Mu. ItepoU. Lt.rd D.NtmterjZl I'rbs.r .
CbMK"ou *SJ.;Peril KubuU i Kut.In}!&. I xx (iaia: Fia. S. H GA1T3K1LU x TYPINGS & CO. S Ralph Barker, 5 /
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................... ............................ i More About Leasing the County Cor rI,r Trinity building, Xo. 11 Broadway. already equipped with electric clocks cedented dry spell and it has been,

) victs 4 I cost an annual rental of $5iMftO, and electric lights electric tardy bells many years since we have had a similar

) LEGiSLATURE i Mattel, May: G, 1J1j.1: i are the most expensive brokeragesuite etc. will adopt the new device for one.
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-!""-) )II ;, To the Editor Ocala Banner I it is said in the world. The youthful chastisement.: Heavy soled

: ..... ..-' i. In jour issue of May 3rd a letter firm has branches in the Waldorf-As slippers can be used in place of the Hully's Big Victory
0 ::- was published over the signature of toria and at Xos. 123: ; and 733; Fifth paddles if old time associations of The most interesting legislative incident -

"f I HASSEE-THE GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION AT THE EXEC .. : Hon. R. F. Rogers, in which he "eoterates I avenue; also at Atlantic City, French childhood are desired. of last wl'ekas the fight overa

'.t. I MAY-DAY CUSTOM STILL HONORED; IN GOOD OLD TALLA, j i I' Commissioner Fort from all Lick, Ind., Washington and Chicago. proposed amendment to the charterof

t, $ TjT/E MANSION-TRAMMELL'S NERVY FIGHT. : I i u.ame.: :' and casts foul aspersions upon A. O. Brown & Co. have taken His.Hero state uniformity. The fight was:: a
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'.. #"...................... .......... 4. I tin majority of the board in its ae. the Gates' offices in the Munsey It is a severely cold day in August pretty one waged by Dr. Hully, president -
' -" ........ I tion of leasing a portion of the count; building in Washington. Who will when Frank Walpole of the Manatee of the university representingthe
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ti o' Written Especially fur the Ocala Banner bv tilt-; Jefferson Pdl 4. : convicts for the present year. As (a sub-lease the $5tMJUO quarters in Record cannot make a hero of Napoleon majority of the trustees, and the

4 majority of the bord, less Mr. Fort, Broadway has not been made known. B. Listen to this for example Florida Baptist Convention represented
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+'. ...+.. ....++ i embraces thrice of the remaining four : by Rev. W. A. Hobson of Jacksonville -

f. Tallahassee, Mav u.-The feature of I' Swayne Lv the Southern." States Lane members one of which I was at the< Electricity in the Nursery "Xotwithstnding the onslaughts of ex-Governor Jennings, ex-Sen

. the )lay'-day celebration in old Tal- and Timber! Companj. Forme:: Governor ,: time of the consummation of the gross Electricity has invaded the nursery. the corporate influence, which is now ator C. A. Carson and Hon. X. P. Bry-

. 's a..1\abassee tJ take place this atternoona Jennings arrived last night and..I irregularities which he in ambiguous Within too past few months a device rampant at Tallahassee, Governor an, of the law firm of Bryan & Bryan. r

)-fJ' t4vitl be a parade of the goat teams so brought with him a copy of Judge I I erms brings against a majority of tbe< has been patented to rock the young Broward is holding his own and gaining I All Wednesday afternoon and then :

\ ., rt.JDJerous in this: place. The good Swayn 's order which cannot be regarded board, I feel that injustice to myself ster's cradle, and the nocturnal pa- strength each day in his fight for until late into the nigbt these gentlemen

:J 'Qld English custom of celebrating otherwise than as sustaining demands of me t-> expose some of Mr. jama promenades are no longer a ne the people. In the opinion of the argued the case before the sen- .

Hay Day has been kept UP in Talla"bassee the position of the trustees. Governor Rogers' fallacious contentions. cessity. The General Electric Company Record it will be many a day before ate judiciary committee which, to accommodate -

I although; for some reason I Jennings as counsel for the trustees Ab: to Commissioner: Fort's "minor recently placed on the marketan Florida will have another governor the crowd, held its ses- h

: j I three days of grace have been added I has made a brilliant and determined ity" position, it was not as to the electrical baby milk warmer and with backbone tbat the present in- sion in the supreme court room. Dr.

this year to the date. For many years; i fight to sustain the position ht board to lease the county convicts. Hfavored < now when the youngster cries during cumbent has." Hully had distinguished gentlemen {

..'; .LewfParIt; ; has been the scene of' held as governor and as a trustee and the arrangements of the the night for his food, all that is ne- against him. men trained in the law }

thisTfete, and under the splendid old now as legal advisor of the present board leasing the county convicts bu cessary is to turn a switch and the Cows Perishing From ThirstIt and forceful speakers but he more

.! oak, known as the May Tree, successive board and is being congratulated upon wanted all of them leased. So mud milk is warm by the time papa is up is so dry and such little water on than held his own, and by practically ]

1 queens of the May Day have the order entered by Judge for that. II and has found his slippers. Last but the ranges in the flatwoods between the unanimous vote of the committee

.",'- leen crowned, generation after generation Swayne. Mr. Rogers charges "that the boar not least comes the startling intelligence here and the coast that it is difficultfor gained the victory. The committee

: lending some fair maid to The prayer of the bill for injunction ither intentionally or unintentional!} with doleful significance to bad cattle to get water. If such long reports the bill back to the senate unfavorably

reign for a day. Through the corridors in part was as follows: !leased the county convicts with a II' boys, that an electric spanking machine dry spells should come often cattle- and it is safe to say that

'" of memory they come trooping, I "And that in the meantime the said view of favoring one of their! memhers" I armed with many hardwood' men would be compelled to put down the charter of Stetson University will

these play-queens, crowned with roses defendants, trustees, and eachof I Will Mr. Rogers Kindly! explain : I paddles, has been devised It i- predicted Rowing wells over the ranges for the II remain unchanged Madison Xew En-

: ;. dimpled and rosy with girlhood's; I Iv them, may be enjoined from selling oi I how the board could un.ntentiona.lv that school\ rooms. which are i I stock But the present is an 1111P!" "- terpnseinxti y.

> grace-many of them are gone-some t tr disposing of any of the lands patented perform an act with a view .i, ____ ____.
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::. withered and old-some are now to the of favoring another. ..
Ore state of Florida by the United .
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'': Sad )!r. Rogers further states: "Fr'Hn'I
into womanhood. it is' States under
.1 budding the act of congress of I
:.,"1 the statement of Mr Fort it appearto ,, :
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that September 2s, ISoo, and from pledging l
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:i! all must fade- ven I me that tie public can rta.lih set' I
sceptres't
.,.. "Beauty encumbering or cthenvite charging that there was confutation and tie Our Mail Orders Are Increasing by Leaps
the
I same, or any part thereof for
: I liberation! by a major: : of the !board "
must crumble into :
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<>.?. Roses queen purpose of drainage of, reclamation .
'* to so word their advertisement toi and Bound
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: IT dust- I under any contract with any; ,
i bids for the hire 01' convicttat >:
: the shadows, once again county
Yet through person or corporation, or otherwise
steal forth o'er I special favors might !hp granted! ,
=J 1 Their ghosts memoryto and that the complainant may have
.- t I and the county therH/y! !lose bionev" ... as : gar 2' ._T .a_ '" .."" .. ; '., ... .;.; ;....;......". _
reign such other and further relief in the prT'fwi. :. f .fi ay.a +; ; J W.c.. ,3'. l 't. ..v-..:if.t.ir.:1 ; .< ...
.
.. ..".. ,!!.." 'i/II.t. ..y'w. ,:\.y.'4.J. '." -: '"; 1"L ". ... ... a'-. ". .,;g.1''" I
I I This is a grave chal'_* and the parr : ..!" : ...\iljr.:. ;' -'. H"f\f "&::"':' ,". '."i' '6---. ',, .: -:... ..
.,.:?J premises as in the nature and circumstances i ii .r. .' .1"'> "...yr''. ;'...'.'.\'.. ''!( .... ::JI'C' ." _...' ..h..J'o'...;.. ... ... <-- .;.If;....._.' \ ,..!..." "., ,': -41r.
,
J j making it ought to sustain it or apo! : ': '.. 'fFi-.._' -: L-. ". .... ..'..'>. "ic"! "" "; : . t
": 1 ,. :
i and Mrs. Broward will of this case may require i ." 11 :-/ .J. ,, .,.,;,. .,-, ;;<.<'s-...,!.. I..J' .-t... .. -... .
-
.t'r. .
governor > .- .r.> .. .::;<'F. I
i and make the ;l .':- ; j' -'fi-'r"d" '.j.F'I.r.tfl.. ; "' <. i. ..: ". ; :. .- .. .'._ :..
the board : ; :7-f: ,
oze to ...."'t", ... .._ f., '''. ; .. .
.' formally the doors of Florida'sExecutive I and as soon as this honorable court -- '. .],,I";- -",,,,: ,,,, ,,-,',, ,,,,, ,'':'' 'f'' r'.'. : ".
; ,j open amende honorable. From know I. '. ; : i .. . : :, ::
my :
shall I ". : : .<. : :
seem meet. : ; ,
'ednesdawirh : !
Mansion \\ a > .
.; the legislature and I' "May it please this honorable court edge; of Mr Fort as a; tin of integrity: : :I .: :. ? : .. : ,
to .
large reception I I and of me action of the board in di : ,
of Tallahassee. The to grant unto the complainant a per -
.
D tb people reeling t'-e' clerk! to adv'erase for sea'. 7" ..>
petual injunction enjoining and re I '
I Mansion is not jet: quite completed, : ed bids for the lease: of the convictas : .,\. .'-S....... t ..,'j. ,;
straining the said defendants, the said : ::
J J \\ but the governor and Mrs. Broward i a whole less fourteen. and .. i'. ;'
: '
trustees and each of them. from selling !! ,'
t : > entertain the legislature
Lad long planned to another in groups of three sradein. i iI _
home. The first or otherwise disposing o!, and I
in the new
tended; to be specified I venture t ih.\ i
I from pledging encumbering, or otherwise I
Poor! is completed and presents a very I
assertion that Mr: Ro t rs cannot :,1S' II
l charging, for the purpose oft I
.' ; handsome appearance. It took eightyone tain these charges front the 3u111 Ceabove :; hI
t drainage or reclamation. under any
Florida's
; years to convince legislators with. stated or from any otK'i 'z" OGILII'iI1 bil USfi Air
of Florida contract any other person or I O A A
that the
., governor
since. Individual! I must solemnly :
!
corporation, or otherwise, and cf the Sii
i
the
: : should! have an official home and affirm that: from the:: time the boar !. t fciSE
tbe lands granted to the said state of; I
..J legislature of 19t 3 deserves I determined to l lease the convicts f:)
Florida under the act of congress of; i
: .a thanks of the state for its action in I the opening of the sealed bids pub .
28 1S3':
September
providing such a home. licly. no such consideration and deliberation ) .
i1 The essential part of the order has I l
i.4J '* was entered into by the board
fallows:
; County division still continues to as above charged. I further affirm :
"It is ordered that the said defendants I

>J agitate the legislative mind at Talla i that: up to the time of the opening oi ,
Uti
B. Broward, A. CCrooat .
'.: hassee. Hillsborough division has Napolean I said sealed bids I did not lmohacl
W. H. Ellis W. V. Xott andR.
of the the oth- .
center stage; not been informed or heard that Edwards
-j hebIthe held in E. MeLin. and each of them be and
for division being Bros. would submit a bid to*

c' _J abeyance until this particular one is are hereby' enjoined from selling or the: convicts.I i tI
of of the lands 1 eased upon. The divisionists this disposing any have written the above In self: defense .

session have come in unusual nuns I one hundred thousand acres only and leave the matter of 1 1the '
hereinafter mentioned) patented to Do You Wonder Why?
: bers. Three counties are proposed to I:I action of the board since leaMii-: '

ta made out of DeSoto two of Dade, the state of Florida by the United the convicts with them and an impartial .

two i of "old Volusia" and two of Hillsiwssh. States under the act of congress heretofore ofSeptember public. I will only add that : We buy in car load lots and give our customers the advantageof
2S 1S5U not
,
r\ p with others vet to hear in my past association vvitb the sty'
ep..1., ." The fact that Mr. Dudley of sold or disposed of, and from pledging eral members of the board I l1a'I' i what we save. Best goods, lowest prices, quickest delivery--

Hillsboroush is opposing division and encumbering or otherwise charging found' them to be gentlemen of a I h.sri:: that's what does the business! ----

: Mr. Decker, also of Hillsborough.Known the same, or any part thereof for sense of honor, purity of life and 1

as the sponge king is fightingfor the purpose of drainage or reclamation moral integrity. I have also known OCALA WINE HOUSE H' J. PRECHT

Pinellas county developed a ratb- I under any contract with any Hon. R. F. Rogers for years, and hav' i.- Proprietor. : [

er amusing situation in the house person or corporation or otherwise found him to be an astute politician :
until tl>1 further order of the court. .... i >t .Nt 4N N44i 4444,, .. .....4
when the matter was at white heat. but a gentleman of a high tense of:
said trustees shall, however, have I HAVE YOU SEEN OUR PRICE OUR NEW SALOON IS UP-TO-DATE
The
the indefinite .
The vote Wednesday upon honor and moral integritvI. I LIST? PAY US A VISIT.
postponement of the bill was 29 the right to sell or otherwise disposeof. too want "equal justice to all' and BETTER GET ONE. WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHT.
the said lands, a number of acres not "
indicated how closely favors to
tojSS and hundred thousand, for special none. NN....NNNNN...NNG ..........................
'i lies are being drawn. Mr. Parkinson exceeding one H. W. LONG

'.J "' of Volusia made a clever reference to the purpose of using the proceeds shallrave for ='"'_.... ____8>1- ...", IUIW.- _="ti'J!"""" .." M
and drainage, and
reclamation
secession in his speech against indefinite The "Plungers" Seeking the "Simple
the right after six months from
postponement, which doubtless: "Life" I
this date to make application to this
wavering to
caused those who were John W. Gates and his son. Charlie,
r: the
further order touching
: court for
latter
; wally to the support of these
.y: day secessionists and the bill wassaved further sale or disposition of said are going to retire from Wall Street ,. ,.Ma. .

lands for the purpose of reclamation for a year and make a tour of the
close margin.Mr.
by a
and drainage and paying the expenses world. I _

Calkins of Nassau, Mr. Willis of of the trust. This firm has made the "Street"' illustrious I II
,J:,. shall stand dissolved I __'
of Marion for I "The injunction and their retirement will
:\: Levy and Mr. Mattosws I
; unless the complainant shall, cause a monotony in the wheat and
and Mr. Carter of Alachua against a II
vdthin twenty days from this date, "
bill to provide that examinations for cotton "pits. I
and file in the office of the
execute The the Gateses father
; admission to the bar shall be taken great joy I

:, 1 before the :supreme: court entertained clerk of this court a bond with two and son, take in toying with million

the house several hours Thursday good and sufficient sureties to be approved and betting them in no small! fiac.

.i- by the clerk of the said court from the of
morning. Although there was a very tions on anything turn a
determined effort against the bill it in the sum of ten thousand dollars, dice to the chance that a train will

conditioned to pay to the said defendants arrive time made Wall S'OMskeptical
passed through the ordeal of indefipostponement I on
tote, and went to the trustees as aforesaid such of the idea that the \Yestein

et'f1 OS8111. committee. damages as they may sustain by the I raiders were going to get out of th >

'3 issuing of this injunction if the same I game for good. "My father and! I,"

'-. b Today in the senate Mr. Trammell shall be dissolved." read the younger Gates' announc. )? -

.' is making; a valiant fight for his franchise A11 tent "will retire from active \\"a II

1 bill which' has met with the Bigness is Net Street business for a year or so and _

j most determined resistance. Mr. travel, and give more or less atu-n I
site of town, but its .
a
the '
is not
Trammell is bright ,able and ambitious It lion to our various outside inteie' :

Y ; that he has a world of determination character that makes it a desirable The former wire magnate has ".a Wi ,i r
:
t: is shown by the fact that he place to live. A live, prosperous town rious interests widely scattered. He
live in, and a
desirable one to
has against a proposition like is a has cornered the wheat and corn mar
j gone up be small.
and yet
the proposed measure to tax fran town may prosper kets. speculated in cotton pocketed,l

ChSe5.r ( .i En'fcitizen in a town should One of be the interested railroads "over night," as J. Pierpont This man bought a supply of tobacco with-
in its prosperity.
I Morgan said of Gates' coup that oust

\ The trustees of the internal improjempnt best ways to help a town is to speak e.'i August Belmont from control (It out acquainting himself with the distinctive taste
very'' of it. It is true patriotism to
nell
fund have scored a he: Louisville and Nashville Railroad

marked victory in the United States I I gaud! bv your own town should and affect interests evn in: 1901. He has bought a king's domain of SCHNAPPS Tobacco, which has the cheering r

4 Circuit Court in the injunction suit hat: affect the town in Southern rice lands, thous

4 brought against them before Judge I citizen!( mds of acres of coal and iron mil qualities that gratify his desire to chew, and at I

nd furnaces a race track here and

I :here, and such trifles. less expense than cheap tobacco.

(lO<>
recognize the need of play but their

1' / The effect of malaria lasts a long time... njovment at times has been of the SCHNAPPS has been advertised in this Some day they'll get a taste of the real

become rundown i strenuous kind that is not relation! paper so that every chewer has had anopportunity Schnapps-they'llrealizewhatenjoyment
You catch cold easily or ,
pit I The pace was so swift among John to get acquainted with the
4 effects cf malaria. q I they've missed by not getting SCHNAPPS
after
because of the i
W., Gates' Waldorf-Astoria crowd that facts and know that drugs are not used

.w. Strengthen yourself with SccH's t 9 j a L: fifty his health was wrecked and! to produce the cheering quality found in long ago-then thcyll feel like k.ckingthe

Q h f had to take sometime off to recuirate. famous Piedmont country flue-cured themselves.

Emulsion. Charlie Gates has been givn tobaccos, and that SCHNAPPS is what he
SCHNAPPS is sold in 5
everywhere
; It builds new blood and tones up your nervous more to outdoor sport and travel ought to chew. Still there are chewers

c)
-
r. system. mighty hunter. that do not give the same pleasure. sure you get the genuine.
DRUGGISTS : 50c. AND $1.00. 4 0
ALL
.c. The firm's offices occupying the

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IN FAIR JAPAN j i THE COURT HOUSE OURS Doings at the Capital I Dr. W. H. Henry was one cr :';*' ) t,
I i
i j. i cf !
pleasant representatives .ah-

: From Frida\: Da1'.Y. I j The contractors, Messrs. W. C. < Tramraell'i express bill winch provides I Weir in Ocala Friday.Mr. t m

: About one hundred ladies caught a ,. Lewman & Company, cf Louisville i a rate of 25 cents for pound I

{. glimpse of fascinating Japan jester-j i t Ky., formally turned over the new i j packages within the state of Florida Jack Donner, woo rt-I-. =< II'- YT1iFrt

rt. day afternoon at the residence of Mr. court house to the county commis-i{ has passed the senate. the Heintz Company of Pittslnrg Pa

R and Mrs. E. P. Thagard on Oklawaha stoners 'at their meeting Tuesday ) In tte house McKenzie's congressional is spending a few days in Oca:a. k VLc1 tzv t

[ avenue, when their attractive young :i morning. It was duly accepted, and !; memorial for an appropriation pt

debutante daughter Miss Lillian now belongs to the people of the I to remove hyacinths from the St. Rev and Mrs. G. H. Harrison '.1 -:

Thagard, gave a large Japanese re- :, county. i iI Johns river was adopted. Amongthe Emily Ford and Mrs. R. T. Bir ''", 01

v'- edition. It was one of the prettiest II I}I I Before the court bouse was accepted bills passed was that of Repre- Macon, Ga., returned hone y.-.1 -

:- and most attractive of the many beautiful !j the board cf county commissioners !I sentative Knight, prohibiting the morning from a pleasant o:.?.1.- a; 1

parties that has been given in members of the advisory com- boxing of timber on tax certificate Woo mar, on Lake Weir. ptG'Np1tA

Ocala this year. I I mittee and*quite a number of citizens j land; also the constitutional amendment 11 V l ld

'.:.. The entire home was transformed I J 1 from various sections of the county J as to judicial salaries; also a Mr. and Mrs. James Holder an-. .,r

::, into a Japanese house and was exceedingly ;j visited the court house went through bill providing for sufficient accommodations tie daughter of Citronelle were a:..on?

I':>; lovely in every respect. The i j it, some from cellar to dome, exam- : for committees. The sen- the out of town visitors in Ga.'a ::',

:. !' young ladies and girls that helped at ining carefully and minutely the va- ate bill validating tb3 action of the l day

and | rious offices, corridors, etc., and all
ii Ibis function wore bright pretty ,If I county commissioners in laying out

Japanese: costumes, which were exceedingly -[:' were greatly pleased with it. ;certain highways was passed, as wasa Mrs. M. L. Tidd, after spends :It Your Physician

becoming. With the long I i II Fortunately there came up a heavy ; senate bill providing for county winter and spring in Ocala \\ .:1: !..*< .
I .
kimonas they wore broad silk obis 1: shower while the board were making i,i.census enumerators. Mr. Faulkner's brother, :Mr. E. E. Converse ha- ;e Will Prescribe Red Rock ; r

r and in their hair were artistically ar- their examinations and gave them an bill relative to selling liquor without I( turned to her home at Lynne1 i'>-

i ranged small Japanese fans of chrys- }| opportunity of discovering whether a license was also adopted. The if he does as many others do who know its merits. "

anthemums. or not the building leaked. It stood I j house voted approval of Mr. McKenI Mr. D. A. :Miller and her (is.i a:.h, It has been indorsed by hundreds of sanitoriums,
I and mynajls of homes
,; Miss Sara Harris met tbe guests on the test and was accepted. I zie's bill permitting ex-Confederate ter. Miss Eloise Miller, who fa; thousands throughout of the physicians country as the Greatest of All

t the veranda and escorted them to the I The building is really very stately soldiers and sailors receiving been spending the past few Wt. .- -t! Temperance $everages It relieves indigestionand

punch bowl where Miss Annie Atkinson -| and symmetrical. It has a massive; !:ions, to enter the Soldiers' pen-I( St. Petersburg, returned heat I re.> dyspepsia: and never causes constipation.

and Miss Carrie Miller appearance without looking too hea- i!1 Jacksonville.The day morning. Say RED ROCK!' Say it PLAIN! cyt CCa
Sel'\"ed.l -
From the punch bowl Miss vy. There can be no fault found with bill abolishing the office of Sold everywhere in large and snail bottles or fc a glass

it'-' Williams showed them to the parlor, I it from an architectural point of view ; county treasurer has passed to its Mr. W. T. Forbes of Anth, :.:\ : I, from orgu.al! bottle :CN ; ICh

where the hostess received. In the :I and the board of county commissioners i third reading. resented his section in Oca.a: I The Red Rock Co., Jacksonville, Fla. t 1

,, receiving line with Miss Ttagard was 1 and the advisory committee must I The bills providing! for tee crea- day and was arT? those w .., ./\

t '' the guest of honor of this lovely par !' feel entirely pleased with their work tion of the new counties of Eden and spected our new r' ,: ''catlike : "
.
ly, Mrs. E. H. Mote, and Mrs. James ,i judging: by the expressions which are Seminole were unfavorably reported.: everyone eis' ,- ,:. ,:h j i.' ,!- a 7 -a

McCollum of Gainesville, Mrs. L. F.I''I' so favorably and unanimously made i; i with it. 7"",

/' THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO. Wholesale Distributors, Ocala, Fla,
:Elalock, and Miss Edna Dozier. by all those who inspected the courthouse Relief From Rheumatic Pains I

"I suffered with rheumatism forover Mr .\i.: .i Fort i,: A":i BI::fi \\ ,iamonv -
of these ladies wore the national costume with them on Tuesday.: U_ _, .u _. .. .1 ...
of Japan ana carried a Japanese I I After the building had been formally ,iwo a patrolman years, says of Key Air.Carry .West hOJlana, Fla. l I 'i."' -..' who" ;..-:. : ,-. A tr.h.vis.t ., ",,'

parasol over their heads. The room;.: accepted Messrs. Lewman & "Sometimes it settled in my knees and : T'ie,1(; 31 1', F>- say.a':

decorated and formed :: Company stated that they discovered landed me so I could hardly walk; at hise f't:.i'n is n:'''v l Kv;1:14 COTHI>':-
was charmingly |I other timt-s it would be in my feet and Ocain House Wine Roonjs
::: a very attractive setting for this :'that a mistake had been made in the hand so I was incapacitated: for duty. rains anti ":ose '.-I) a-v: fort:=ma r.' :

of handsome ladies. I plans and had the building been One night when I was in severe enough 7r, ::a\e jl!;Ft d I vesetabVs f
group
; and lame from
i pain it my wife wentto
:: Miss Pansy Souter invited the la-I erected according to the plans the the drug stor.> here and came back are in a felicitous state c: mini TRI tUR-- t

'. dies into the dining room. Hanging j! second story would not have been with a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
I > Balm. I was rubbed with it and found Dr.
; John Watson, better known a- :
from tbe center IIf this room was ani, strong enougb to have held up the' the pain had nearly gone during the OLD LLEGHANYiRYE. j

,' immense Japanese parasol and around ,Ii !, roof and cupola, so on their own motion night. I kept on using it for a little "Ian Maclaren," died at Burlington;:
more than two weeks and found thatit :
Vr. Dr.
Monday. Watson was on a
bright and without saying anything! to ,
hanging
the room were many drove the rheumatism away. I have
'" lanterns. I anyone they increased the thicknessof not had any trouble from that diseasefor lecture tour when he was taken ill. '
' the over three months." For sale by I He was born in England in 1S-JU. He PURE
: Seated on cushions and mats on I IAl the second story walls several inches all druggists.

; floor were eight young girls, who serv at a cost of something over $1500 m I write many famous books, among his .. :

J1 ed. The refreshments further carried to themselves. i t Dr. Eaton G. Lindner of Anthony best known works being the following .

1'1' out the idea of the afternoon and I We reproduce elsewhere a cut of I II spent Tuesday in Ocala. I I : "Beside the Bonnie Briar. Bush" Put 4 full Qts ,
I up ,
"The Days of Auld Lang Syne "A
\ were quite "Japaneesy." The refreshments the building, which will give a more I ,
;v\ Swiss Cheese, 35 cents, at the O. ( Doctor of the Old School." etc.
the'
low idea of the of
were cleverly laid on a general beauty I
in
HA1 K. Grocery. Fancy Cartoons
f wicker table a few inches from the new court house than can be formed

k f oor. On one table was a' large bowl I even by a lengthy description of it in : and For stomach troubles. bilioun?.- I'
Price's Celery Flake, 10 cents, at constipation try Chamberlain'sStomach
Jal.: of Japanese puffed rice, which was type. I the O. K. Grocery. and Liver Tablets.. Many remarkable j: Delivered at your
and cher- I cures hav been effected !I.y I
served with whipped cream
';, i them. Price, 25: cents. Samples frI -....
P.I': ries. From the other table tea. wafers Chamberlain's arrhoea Colic.Remedy Cholera and Di j, Mr. Clark's bill cancelling certain I I For sale b.1oall druggists. m 4 Express Office
served. Thepretty
and lime mints were
tax sale certificates has the
There i is probably no ni-dicine made passed I Mr. J. C. McCraney of Stanton,
is*, little Japanese maidens who that is relied upon with more implicit house.
it served were Misses Mattie Pyles, Ed- confidence than hambt-rlain's Colic, j I game warden for the county, was I For 83.20
Cholera and Diarrho Remedy. Dur- .among those who had business at the I!
l1Jl,. na Nelson, Lucy and Ellen Thagard. ing the third of a century in which it'!' Ginger Ale in half pint bottles, one I t
Elizabeth Newsom Ellen Clarkson, has been in u:'e. people: have learned'that dollar county seat Tuesday. He says that I!
J- per dozen, at the 0. K. Grocery
it is the one remedy that never, the fish in the Ok'awaha river
: are Regular $ LOO
. TI-,,1<' Etta Hood and Jean Teague.From I fails. When reduced with water and I biting unusually fine and the oldest I a Quart Whiskey; write foi
l the dining: room Misses Louise swt-etened' it is pleasant to take. For t,
I'I'i sale by all druggists. m 1 inhabitant does not remember the : complete! Price list
Harris Sue Anderson and Leafy Sylvester !
;. Miss Mattie Pries has accented ,. I
d? saw that the ladies found tfceir The U. D. C. Convention : the position of cashier- with the Hun--I time wnen ne coma go out wun HOOK : J-

VL ': way to the living room, where they : ter Drug Company. and line and catch a string of fish -D

j;:. met )Irs. Thasard and Mrs. L. W. Du- The annual convention of the i!i I I marvelous.rapidly. He says it is somethinI : :: ': Ocala House Wine Room:

:, J Tat In this room Prof. W. S. Pike Daughters of the Confederacy met in'1 i No. I and No. 2 Mackerel, Georgia I i j

,.4, played delightfully during the entire Jacksonville Wednesday, Thursdayand Butter, 30 cents, and new Irish Potatoes I i Mr. B. S. Quarterman. a prominent OCALA FLORIDA. Iww

afternoon. Friday of this week, Mrs. Shel- at the 0. K. Grocery. jI j young farmer of Fairfield, was among .

i = Hanging from the ceiling was aI I don Stringer of Brooksville presiding. I the large number of visitors in Ocala .' '. -'
V ;:. large parasol upside down, filled with I The meeting has been in Master Gary Turnley of Dade City |. ." -, /;.; .
I every par- : Tuesday, attending court, inspecting p. --- - -'WI wu __
q 1 tiny little Jap dolls, which were given ticular a very delightful and harmon : is visiting his grandmother, Mrs.I the new court house and trading and II)

( the guests as souvenirs by Mrs. Thag ious one. the people of Jacksonville Fannie R. Gary. sbopping. Mr. Quarterman has a, The Old Saying, That
t. : ard and Mrs. Duval. ,
: have tendered the visitors many fine patch of beans. "Patch" in Florida ;
1 : Quite a large number called from Mrs. Taylor Stroman and baby !I
charming affairs them :
among being means several acres. Mr. Quar I
l .. tbree-thirty to fue-thirty, and each ; have returned from a visit to Mrs. I I
two notable COMPETITIONIS
receptions
one given by I terman believes in the theory that
y caller praised in a high degree Stroman's sister at Lake City. I
very Mrs. James P. Taliaferro and one by i i the "proof of the pudding is in chewing I

the beautiful appointments of Miss the Martha Reid Chapter at the Windsor the strings," and as evidence of
Thagard's reception. Every detail was The :Messrs.: Carlton have moved
i Hotel. his success in bean culture broughtus THECIFE
their store from the Montezuma OF TRADES
charmingly carried out and the guestsenjojed
The report of the Dickison Chapter a generous hamper full and we 1 I
their half hour with Miss block to the stand formerly occupied
of this city was read by Mrs. James la' .11...... I nr,_ n_:,,___ i I can certainly testify to the succulent >>
Thagard 'verymuch.. Moorhead and referred I UJ aucu uuubco.: Is Doubtless True '
I to the fact I qualities of his beans. ;,

that Dickison was one of the the rAt
Miss May Turnley, one of the Ocala
New Books at the Public Library
chapters which originally founded the school teachers Mr. R. E. Aiken, a young and prosperous I
The Ocala public library, located upstairs Florida division U. D. C. went down to Lake ,

in the Merchants' block, is open The historical evening held Weir Friday afternoon to spend the farmer of the Gaiter section, '....
was at
every afternoon from four to fhe-thir- the Windsor week with relatiyes. paid our office a fraternal and finan- least it has I -7
auditorium with
Friday night cial visit Tuesday, and not only left proven so us. In spite of
o'clock.
l"
ty and the following the several
: The following new books have been rendered program delightfully Mr. Gordon Scott has returned to one of Uncle Sam's silver eagles for new stores in-the city our trade XI?

ordered and will arrive in the library : I Ocala from his old home at Calhoun, the continuation of the Ocala Banner ... is continually growing. We have an elegant ;
1 .
of
Report state historian Mrs. Be- lIP
!
; in a few days, some of them already atrice Howe. Ga., where he: was called on accountof but also subscribed through it for an .' line of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes and
< "'- the death of his sister. outside publication. We notice that Hats and
. having come \iz: our prices
Song, "Sing Me to Sleep, sung by are exceedingly low.
The a good many of our young as well as ::r\\.e
Fighting Chance, by Robert w.
can
Miss Jennie Cook of always save
:Martha: Reid
you in
r Chambers I Mrs. Wallace Kelsey and baby, who our older farmers are not only sub money these
lines.
f, Chapter. We also have
l' 4 The Doctor by Ralph Connor.A j stopped over for a short visit in Ocala scribing for their home paper but are a nice line of Dress i:
Reading by Miss j Goods and
Rock in the Baltic, by Robert May Kinney of .I with her cousin, Mrs Jessie Haycraft, also becoming patrons of outside lit Ladies' Ready-Made Shirt Waists I
Martha
i ; Parr. Reid Chapter of the beautiful I left Friday afternoon for Port Tampa. erature. This is a good sign. Newspapers and Skirts, but our windows are so small that
little poem, "The Battle of Natural
(' The Mystics of Catharine Thurston. ] I and magazines are educators, we cannot display them as we would like but -,
Bridge, written bylrs.:: H. C. Olt- I I ,
;. The Lass Miss Inez Gates of Lake Weir, who and they mean a school in every we are always
O'Lowry, by Frances H glad to show
rogge of the chapter and made a part 1 I you what we have
'. Burnett. attends school in this city, went down home. S and if will
of tte you only take
,c program by request. a look you will
The Mystery by S. E. White. '' home Friday afternoon to remain over .. find surely
Song, "Memorial Day. words and WANTED Student something to suit
nurses to take
Sunday with
her
The parents.
Resurrection
of Miss
,;: Cynthia, music by Miss: Sara Freeland of Martha training course in Marion
County
by Florence Kin sley.
Reid Chapter, and sung by Miss
Hospital. Appliaction blanks fur-
; The Lady of the Decoration, by Louise Fletcher. The largest'single shipment of

>, Frances Little. "Three Feathers" ever sent to Flor nished on request by writingDR. {
Poem, written by Mrs. M. E. Drewof W. V. NEWSO.M, l.
FrIIEBPSTPN
ida
Gray Mist. was received
Martha Reid Chapter, Appomattox: several days ago by "
i 5-1Q-lm.
Ocala Fla.
My People of the Plains the Carmichael & Son ,
by Ethel- and read by Miss Mary Kinney. Company of I
; bert Talbot. this city. :
"
Song, "Maryland. sung by Mrs. STOIf

..,. The_Subjection. of Isabel Carnaby. Horace Avery of Martha Reid Chap- I FOR Lone' hundred ba>-iwls )

uy n"r"'*. T. rowier.. ...U'U Miss Rosa. FtoTl.. !::.i".'.... I, .. of vely.-t ows, at $&,00 per bush'1 | ,
::' ----- -- .u 1e::::> It:'" W. F. Bf: tmn, Leesburg, Fla. 4-U-4t I' !I{ ,. ,__ w. __ .__,_ --0' ,' ,
Prisoners : T- -- --- __ ..
by Mary turned her -
Cbolrcondely.. Historical reading by Mrs. Eliza- to home at Montbrook after FOR ALE-Se\"eral thousand ,' __ -' -.11I
express -
: The Dryon Painter, by Sidney Mc- beth T. McXelty.Recitation spending a few days in Ocala, the ..'.'-1:: art shingles. Market pre e -,

Call. by Miss Nellie Fletcher guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, price. Inquire this office. x W. A. ( '
;aul of Tarsus by Elizabeth her brother E. L
Miller and sister-in-law.
Violin
solo
t by Mrs. R. E. Wells.
Ring in the :New by Richard Whit. Recitation "All Quiet Along the I A Narrow EscapeG. KNIGHT'NOUNCEMENT.
t ing. W. 1 1t
Mr. Cloy a merchant of Plunk.
"
: Potomac Tonight, by Miss Kinney.Friday Emmett Cowden and his cousin JIo., had a narrow escape four years
Drama of the Crossway, by Geo. Miss NLIJ
afternoon the Daughterswere Leonard, who have taught ago when h. ran a jimson bur into his
> Meredith. the past term at thumo. Hays. "The doctor wantedto We tare
given Jlbt prchsf'f!
: Inverness the
a verycharming tea at are in' 11 a gon and
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; Breakers Ahead by A. M. Barbour. Ocala. and Hill amputate it but I would not consent. i 5. A. Standley & Harness business of
the Old Soldiers' Home, which was spend several days 1 bought a box of BuckU-n's Arnica I Conany. -1nd propose to add to the
Woodcarver of Lympus by :Miss. much enjoyed.All ben before going on to their borne in I Sa.ht: ] .ir.J that cured! fire dangerous thing that is neeli.1: to make it, aCO\lPLETE stock of goods '
Walker. Tennessee. u,mr.u" J'JL: at Tyutne,. s C,),. the word. We are agents lor several LINE in every sense of
of
i who attended the Jacksonville I I druggist."TIIE the best Farm
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The Cruise of tbe Shining light m ke ; also several :!.akes ot BU gies. Wagons on the mar
by Besides
convention
carried home these
with them I i
riety of vehicles we handle a greAt V&
Norman Duncan. either of which we f-
'l. very pleasant memories of the Messrs. A. K. stand ready to
meet- Kass and R.1.. I ofTODAY"I fully guarantee. .
Nearly all of the current magazines '
ing. Brenn of -
Jacksonville have opened a DEVil High Grade Buggies, t'
ji-. can also be found at the library, as scrapiron business in the Unexcelled Serviceable Carriages ;,
': building
well as good reference on Wagons
books histories Wonderful Eczema Cure Osceola Harness.
etc.. "Our street formerly used by the Hi3 work ..nh" H, >. C''rch.. S r-'to:. Lap Robes
little
boy had eczema for five Yonge & Cline :Ba1"1 s. J' "'" .. Etc. Etc.
Company, ai i % v.i-; of A ,
years, write N. A. and ex .. '
Adams IIf> ,
nril'tta. a ,
Kvrrav \
.tt-- arwaf. in.:1:l
Sore Nipples Pa. Two of our home doctors said pect to make a big success of it. I payer o :-, cf ..iitY...'.,_. i-j 21..1 ,,>i, of Turpentine Wagons
.. Any mother who has had experience the case was hopeless, his lungs being e ,an; th<'*n. Ar' .n.; nc t.-tc r<..jioursmv a Specialty. ,
with this distressing ailment will be affected XVe then employed other doctors I '- aid \; mtrr iron, creek: and ruin. We are Always, in Position, to Meet the Prices
T.kx.V -
but nj benefits Mrs. A. B. Efird of .a a.rgaa It11..n>esaie.i of Legitimate '
pleased to know that resulted. By Leesburg and Competitl
a cure may be Wcnaits 'e-ts to sell t- abet t ck w.th;
c- chance ie ; We Sole
effected by applying Chamberlain's bought we read about Electric Bitters, Mrs. G. H. McAfee and little daugh- F. :hl :.-.e ?; p-a'-dsr SuhiTi tn: Bo.-. are Agents for the celebrated White
salve as soon as the child is done a bottle and soon noticed Im- tpr Louise of hat If:tor Family d Teacher'.Eibies. Ca!a- and Farm7. Hsckorv. Turpentine -
> nursing. Wipe it off with a soft clothbefore provement. We continued this medicine Kentucky: who have hciewdl'te" sent free. 7.agon..
. until several spent the I This is your oppcrt-riy to mate and
allowing the bate to bottles were used. winter and : money
nurse. spring Lees-
at
when wnr:'
Alary trained nurses use this salve U-st of our all boy blood was medicines completely cured. burs, will come up to Ocala today to i whc lave vcu ixs'. &
with best results. For sale by all and body Knight
.druggists. m Tydings building &health<< GO'S toniei' Guaranteed at- spend a few days with Sirs. L. W. Du- j D. F. Luther Publishing Lo.f Lang; iY[

drug store. 50e. m val. I : it< -if-:if, "i Tidily A\f. AilS'.ta. t n:;. ,
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I jENE BELLEVIEW SCHOOLTEACHERS LETTER ON undersirable a type of citizenship as much greater weight will be given this 1 MISS TUCKER'S RESCUE HOME to {lives of useful employment. Miss

"UNDESIRABLE CITIZENS" can be found in this country a type words than those of an obscure I Tucker's aim is to make the Brock

.1 hich. in the letter which citizen. A from Houston Texas
to you so private I II j dispatch House and surroundings a great z

The l letter is addressed to Honore unreasonably take exception. I showed j If we are to be tried in court ev'l told: about the property donated by Methodist home for various interests:
Belleview, Fla.. May 7, 19,};.
It
Ocala Banner Jaxon of Chicago, and is as follows: not to be confined to anyone! cry law-abiding citizen. however I \Iiss Emma: Tucker at Enterprise.Rev. of th> church, such as a home for so-
>To thi-JJltor : "Dear Sir: I have received .: class but to exist among some representatives great or humble should do ; perannuated preachers a Bible chau- I
writer in : your letter Thomas Griffith gives the following -
T notice that a your r.fir I ererY'1
I of the wth last., in which :: of great capitalists as thing in his power to cool tauqua an infirmary for invalids, etc. -;
you
J under the nor.i de plume of "DaLT : enclose the draft of the formal letter :( well as among some representatives jsions I of men rather than add fuel to information concerning same' It is in the mind of these noblehearted .

'if. ," Is severe in his criticism of the which is to follow. I have been noti- !!jof wage workers. the flames. If we are to be thrownto I "As Miss Tucker's agent, I went to Christian workers that this splendid

stand I take in regard to the Delleview tied that several delegations bearing1 i! "In that letter I condemned both I the mob the GtScers should at Enterprise Fla., and closed a deal retreat shall eventutlly becomethe ,

school similar requests are on the way hith [. types. Certain representatives of the least open our prison doors and give with Mr. S. A. Denison for the property of the Methodist church.:

Anyone would infer from this criticism er. In the letter you on behalf of the j'great capitalists in turn condemned us some chance to defend ourselves Brock estate, which includes the
that I bad pounced upon the me for including Mr. Harriman in (Signed) CHARLES H. MOYER.
Cook
J county :\Io 'er.lJa'wood conference Brrc!: House, a'ery fine threestoryhotil. A young man. disguised as a youngsociety
characters of the teachers and the condemnation of Messrs. W. D. HAYWOOD.
t i my Moyer: l. well furnished and equipped in
.., protest against certain language : woman, won the hearts of sev-
.trustees of the school. which is note I and' Haywood. Certain of tbe GEO. H. PETIBONE.
/ I used in a recent letter which I representatives every way: several other houses a eral rich Dakota miners, and his engagement
r.j case. There was absolutely noth- you i of labor in their turn con large number of lots in the of
i assert to be designed to influence town to a rich miner was announced i
I:2' in my letter: that questioned the idemned me because I included Eternal Youth and about HOrt of \
the course cf justice in the case Enterprise, acres when suddenly an accident 15
estr. integrity or the uprightnes I[ Mes r.s Moyer and Haywocd as undesirable A society has been organized at De
to of
the trial for murder of Messrs.Mover good land adjacent. It includes also befell the young man and his sex was ire'ealed.
of the teachers or the trustees. !I citizens togetaer with Mr Moines. Iowa. called the "Society of
i and Haywood."I the famous Benson Spring, the watersof The young man to whom the
My object was not to condemn thf Harriman."I Eternal Youth:' The members thinkat
entirely agree with you that it is which are admitted to have the was engaged was seized with a severe i!
teachers, but simply to de. am as profoundly indifferent to they can attain what DeSoto unavailingly -
present highest medicinal attack of
properties.
improper to endeavor to influence very nervous prostration. ;
find a former teacher who had: faithfully tyre course of justice, whether by the condemnation in one case as in : sought for without the aid The hotel as it stands must have cost
SjerYed us for a period of eight the other. I challenge as a right the of fresh fountains or elixirs and it is f
threats least The is
or in any similar manner. For at $25,000. estate a magnificent The legislature should pass a !aw
: / support of all good Americans. whether simply possible to remain forever :
years this right the banks I
reason I' have regretted most property on to prevent the newspapers from
; I did roe state that the board: of wage-earners or capitalists whatever youthful. The purpose of the society; of Lake Monroe from Sanford.
deeply the action of such organizations across printing pictures of the members f I'f
trustees dispensed with tba services their occupation or creed or in and the attainment of its object is
? as your own in undertaking to "Since that time Miss. Tucker has that distinguish and honorabV 1
Green on account of whatever portion of tie tbej thus stated:
Professor an
country :
of )
secured several other
accomplish this very result in the buildings one a for the reason that so many of the
feeling or personal spleen: to sli.l. live, when I condemn both the trpl'of ? "The special object and business of
il
very case of which you spea... large two-story structure having: seven are made to look like criminal-
bad citizenship which I have held this society shall be to renew and perpetuate
fentleman. "For instance your letter'is h:-ade-J large stores below and rooms I These cuts do our law-makers a grave
I acquit the trustees of any suc'r: 'Cook County Moyer-Haywocd pen: up to reprobation. It seems to me a the mental moral and physical above. This is called 'The Arcade. I,i injustice and we protest against it asa
but I believe that the mark of utter insincerity to fail thusto youth and strength of all its members
accusations bone Conference; with the headlines and is the property :Miss Tucker is of- '! shame.
of the article in condemn both and to apologize for to build up and continue in the+ '
: writer your paper 'Death Cannot Will Not and Shall! feriag to the ladies of the Home Mission

had a personal grievance against Not Claim Our Brothers.: This show:* either robs the man thus apologizingof highest degree the mental vigor in Society on condition that taey ,:i Mrs. Charlotte Kelsey of Belleview

Green and I still believe that that you and associates all right to condemn any wrong each individual member and impera move the: school known as the Vashti i i who has been in Ocala for some days
your are not
tan right in my supposition. doing in any men. ricb or poor ic tively requiring from each and every ,
Rescue
demanding a fair trial fora Blassengame Home at Thom- and has a room at Mrs. Xorthey's, oa
or working
"Baby" seems to take it for grant fair trial but are announcing: in public or in private life.: member that: he live the life of health asville Ga., to Enterprise, Fla. j: Oklawaha avenue became suddenly

ed that anyone holding a first class advance that the verdict shall only "You say you ask a 'square deal thereby: contributing his share in banishing "By the way." continued Mr. Grif-! demented one day last week and .'

certificate i is thoroughly capable of be one way. and that will for Messrs. Moyer and Haywood. Sr the spectre of disease and fitn, "this is not a 'Rescue Home' atj j!I was so violent tbat she had to be taken -
you not
information but this does do I When I say it is equally a violation death from the face of the earth. .
imparting tolerate any other verdict. Such action all in the usual meaning of the word. in charge by Marshal Cleveland I
not always follow. There is an old is flagrant, in its impropriety of the policy of the square deal "Any member who is reported sick but an orphan school for young girls and locked up in the city jail for sifa-

adage( that says "experience is our and I join heartily in condemning it. for a capitalist to protest against thfienunciation from any disease and so remains sick who though honest, are homeless. [! ty. Her friends were notified by ,
and is confined to his bed for a continuous
of a capitalist who 1s-:
best teacher and as our Belleuew "But it is a simple absurdity to Here they are educated and trained: paone and came to Ocala Friday.
teachers claim that, their ages are guilty of wrongdoing and for a labor: period of three days or more m-
suppose tiat because any man :is o?
leader to protest agains the denunciation shall be fined in a sum of not less:
it to that
less than twenty goes prove
trial for
a given offense he is therefore
than $1 nor more than $10 for the
have had but little experi- : of a labor leader who has been f
they can to be freed from all criticism:; ;guilty of wrongdoing. I stand for first offense. For tbe second offense ...... ..*...*.*.+......... ....*..4..............+..FOCALAiS
and should not be expected utto
enc '
his
": upon general conduct and manner
equal justice to both and. so far as under this article any member shall
well as those who have had the BIG MAIL HOUSE.
as of life. In my letter to which ORDER |
:
of as instruc in my power lies. I shall uphold justice be suspended from membership and I
experience many years
you object I referred to a certain
; whether the man accused of guilt for the third offense of any memberin '
tors. prominent financier Mr. Harriman. +
has behind him the wealthiest corporations violation of this article expulsion
"Baby" also states that I called on the one hand and to Messrs. Mover the greatest aggregations from the society shall be the penalty." :

toe board of trustees fools.stated In that this Haywood and Debs, on the other of riches in the country. or whether All members upon joining must G. D. HO CAN
Vy again errs. I simply as being equally undesirable citizens.
he has behind 'him the most inSuenria sign a pledge that he or she will con
*m my opinion as well as the opinion It is as foolish to assert that tiit .
labor organization in the country. tinually assert that there is nothingbut
of others with whom I had con was designed to influence the trial'

edsed, that tb trustees "had donea of Mover and Haywood as to assert : Very truly yours."THEODORE causes custom people and to habit be sick of, thought grow old that or : Having purchased the saloon property formerly i

big fool piece: of business that it was designed to influence the ROOSEVELT. die. : operated byV.. J. Me G rath and made many improvements j

[h is well known that the wisest of suits that have been brought against : I handle
A District ParsonageLast on same, am now prepared to :

us sometimes do very foolish thing! al-* Mr. Harriman. I neither expressed THE PRESIDENT IMPALED week at the district conference : mail orders with the greatest facility. The large vat
because of which we are not
yet uor indicated! any opinion as to of the Methodist churcb action was
wars put down in the: category ot Whether Messrs. :Mover and Haywood From their prison cell at Boise. taken: looking to the establishment oft : riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines Beers Etc., now : i s

tutI!;. were guilty of the murder of Governor Idaho the miners accused of the district parsonage in Jacksonville i! :: carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on :

The fact upon which I based my Steunenberg. If they are guilty : murder of ex-Governor Steuenberg. far the presiding elder of the Jacksonville I : short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially +

statement was this: Even if the tier: certainly ought to be punished send out the following protest to the district. I for this class of the business, and your orders will

(present teachers are as competent as if th>>i' are not guilty: they c+ rtainy American people against the recent Professor Griffith was named as :a be filled the ante day they ore received and shipped '

Prof Green: the dispensing the of him as :: ought not to be punishe !. published statement of President special trustee to hold the prop rry..f; e: on the first train. In your next order includeHogan7S j

a teacher: was unwise for reason "But no possible! outcome either Roosevelt : and yesterday with the consent and :: .

mat .V i is a permanent citizen ofL'elellt'w )i the trial or tlv suits can effect my To the American People: : apnrn-al of the other members of th"-j i jboar. XXXX t

owning a nice home as judgment; as to the mulesirabl.ity ot We have beer charged with killing l. ..' of tniat. s residing in this: cuy. j : Rye +

ell us other\ property, and as long the type of citizenship! of those, whom ex-Governor Steuenberg with a Mr. J. C. Util.; and )(1'Y.. K. Bar- ... '
e The Best Goods the Market
ahI' received courteous treatment I l mentioned. Messrs. Mover.. Hay dynamite bomb. Our trial is to begin ties.>n, Mr. O-fSth: closed: : :a deal witl'Mr. on T t

vi uUi; haw continued: teaching the wood and Debs stand, as representatives on the 9th of this month. The R. H. Tresca for an elegant! eisht- I I : : .

..h.:1:| and I rendered most valuable :)f those men who haw dime as details of the asa,;i action have room blouse next door to the Sprint-I : G. LJ. HOGAN .:.
)
r\'let- much to discredit the labor movement been published broadcast throughout !it.'hlIerhofHiH church for $ ;j'I i. Thi j I II .

I understand! that Misses DePass as the worst speculative financiers the civiUzed; 'o.ct for more than c ,s somewhat above the limit placed by j I *

and' a .n's! han positively refused to or most unscrupulous employers year. During all tbls rime the: press the conference, but several large ;i Ocala, Florida. :.

tenth felt t term and we are at sea as of labor and debauchers of legislatures of the country and especially! of that !hearted, liberal laymen such asMessrs. : .. .

to !M-I ui.uiuer of teachers we shall [ have done to discredit: honest: section of Idaho where we will be : C. Brinkley.! J. C. Little W K. :' --- .

fcain the future. Would it not, I capitalisfs and fair-dealing businessmen. placed( on trial. has bitterly denounced Bartleson and others mad up the d-j- :i itkrit : :

ttierture! have been wise to have: re us and the Western Federation of at once and the presiding elder FloridFAIT

i.um-d our old teacher, who is acknowledged "They stand as the representativesof Miners, to which we belong. The ReJ.. A. Hendry has a beautit'ii !' .. ..........+....................................

to be one of the best these men \,!to. by their public utterances most powerful interests of the country commodious and convenient borne, 01'I i

learner.iu the county and manifestos by tb* ut- are seeking to take our lives. which the church may well be proud. ---_.--- -- --

ahy" prompts my memory to the terances of the papers they control We were not in Idaho for :years -Jacksonville :Metropolis. ;

fact that Prof. Green was lying at I or inspire. and by the words and before the crime was committed. Under i TIC S.

lh point of death some weeks pre- deeds of those associated with or the law we could not be extradited Plenty of Timber Left I

\iou3 to the opening of our school. : subordinated to them habitually appear from Colorado. But in spite of Georgia is not threatened with any

'which as a reason for the of incitment to or apology tbe famine matter what the
is given as guilty this we were arrested on perjured timber no :
If have lands wish to sell lease or rent
you you ;
trustees dispensing( with his services : for bloodshed and violence."If affidavit charging that we were: condition of the forests in other partsof ..
or if want to buy lands for farming grazing
as a teacher. this does not constitute undesirable in Idaho at the time of the commission the country may be. According to you ,

Now. dear "Bab." was it not a.. citizenship: then there can of the crime and that we immediately W. M. Legg of Bainbridge, Ga., there turpentining or lumber purposes, '

known fact for a considerable time never be any undesirable citizens. fled the state, and on this are thousands of acres of uncut timer -

before Prof. Green was taken ill that The men whom I denounce represent perjured affidavit, known to be false, tracts. Mr. Legg declares that Write to

lie would not be retained for the the men who have abandoned that legitimate the governors of the two states of he has recently covered more than :
BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
next term?. Unless our overly wise I movement for the upliftingof Idaho and Colorado kidnapped us in one hundred and fifty miles on horseback .

trust+es had a presentment of Prof. labor with which 1 have the most the night time refused us an interview and that his investigations hea: OCALA, FLORIDA.

Green's coming illness his sickness: I hearty sympathy: they have adopted with family, friends or counsel. out his statement. There is plenty: 'If'

could not justify their action.In i iI I practices which cut them off from or a chance to appeal to the cturLI yellow pine in Georgia Florida. A'a! --

ii-pU to the letter of :Mr. E. A. those who l lead this legitimate move- and brought us on a special train a I ama, Louisiana and Mississippi. ::-.

; Polin!! which he denies me the ment. thousand miles from home and into I II :says. ai.ii aI-i! >ugh this! wood i* /h, ::.-

r.sihi; to !have auything to say about "In every way I shall support' the a state and community svsteu'aiua''!- .1St'l nags.:; t'\'n"i\'I; ;h :r;, ips i".'. DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY

the\ hdtiMil simply because I am cot a law-abiding and upright representatives ly poisoned agai'is' us !It\.' ne''r.,( 'i, :LU-- nth:'r I\, ,n.!. bt' l'-t':: th"' -

nvn! +n, I beg to remind Mr. Poll "of labor and in no way can I and o..iicials.V e !:.. ,e !It'I'n Puns not gh lt"l' ,+'ft to -\11':) \ "le t." "

'-.I<1t I a i.i a tax payer, and am cou- better support them tuan by drawing I lined: in jail f,. fi- -40'11 !>:
: I"! t'd! .ii't''r' nur laws to help eupbchuols tae sharpest possible! Hue lvveen I against our :prot.M ar dt-uit 1 i'.t" .egg lH'ia; th' fa'" t .. '.h l .' WI LLL'-1'V'f DitE

: 'tl\l' and the gist which hem, on the one hand an i. on tl.e I whi'.e! constanth tit! ': i:ding a .1 'il11l.il; ca'.' it thr- ,["'n .' ; c:: ; .

l".ltt',1: HIT! revolutionary father 1 other hind those pivocheix of"I\'! ,-|i iI Even effort !a- 11 IM: ,: I "'t- !:-. "" ._, idht: : WIll"

.! nil atb.'iu! ifar was bOh.,' i I U-uce who are themselves :the: worst :.-acct farmei--.. \h::<:; u.--: .1-.1vvorkinguien :: ; it:;ina: ,t: iron; ati ., i:, ': 1

l' v: tug dU.ut "taxatiou without pep re I lines of the honest Iaturintnan. j ji o* t'">, t' "iir.n' war ,'r '! :a aI 111;;.' ar': ," ti

f :, l..tt! ,.!: "' AS long a' I am tax-a i "Let me repeat my deep regret that we are assass!! ..: : inih. ? 1 i fJm B

.,t\, |,,.: i schools it occurs to !!!t' any body of men should so far forget \ After ali! t't: ":.- '- fir:: C 'triton .' ,'" ..till'1. wm

thaI 1 IId\.' a right to be heard as to I heir duty to ther country as to ea-: acorn to be :'eai :.1' : ''ld th! ., :trent < \ 0 C !:.: :.' "n.il Coo :.:. III !.. : yr

.ell man l l':uent. jdeavor by the formulation of socie-,j .- of the TimS: '': "s, in n' ',. ..: If Pi ,,;" : : 'a.. :.. <.t t t$4' fw FJiti\

Mr. Polwants\ to know by what !' ?ii.'s and in other ways to influence j interested: official!!' r OJ'H": .\ :- !Y a:' :" la( ,' a : ut

'. thorn,\ i made my statement. If the course of justice in this matter. sends two letters .1" nivasi I ovei t .t Hgetai? : -. !Fi;., -a tat Ma':

H"' POlly insists I stand read to I have received many such letters: as I country charging ;.- >, th mtr.i'i'! 'l ouatt.n: or :.. ..J.prect'd: ,,:.. ULL .ftu. 1ZMSS

,'... hf uainst of those who have >ours. Accompanying thEm.were I crime and these au :.:Wished in c'\ wea'wl' t. 't : illll':. .i:1ds A-I. u 4 .Jt4 .

';:.1dt complaints. newspaper clippings announcing demonstrations ery paper in the fan: and esptl' a'>. -;ays !I,.' t.! ;: :rob! cas: cut sohr' QTS.PAEPAJC:

t Sums unscrupulous person has parades and mass.Meetings I II ia every paper in Liar>' \\-h.tt i b :'f' n.:';, :Ine and tht'
:'etr U3 ::2. :; in : .t : v '".. shp: v>u :r. a. pin:
II 'I it around that I did notrite designed to show that therepresentatives The governor of IV:">ado a ilav 01'0 :- s sill!! h. 71." bes ever known
': ,'.. .. "..' .: .'>. fo'.r.full
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t It 'll'l1rl" to which my name was of labor wihut re !i igard later adds hi:> \M-rds of spar tu <> jOt'; nllt h'! ieve :t single cra,,' ? f WILLOW! DALE RYZ, fc.vrc>$ prepaid.!

,,3 -En'ed 1 !, but that Prof. Green wrote ; to the facts, demand tne acqul' venom of tin-! ;': ..-'lent anda\ > bring >'' than three dollar Xi u .. .!1l if .>-on don' t find it all n,ht and the

!!" nitThis rumor is entirely tal of Messrs. Haywood ond Mr I that we are no: >...n: \ -juiltv o' 'lu. aritotiys watermelons a::- v ,'.', ". 'J j. c'."-':r tiate.i, srl'l it bark t ) ui it ot'r ex-
r indour 5-.?5 will be promptly refunded.
lIuut f llul ation. Prof. Green i Suet meetings can. of course be designed crime charged, h.' o.;' many others, ly p.k'JI1m: but occasional fiel-N: >
hit fair offer?
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j '" c )thmg of the letter and so ,: only to coerce court or jury'I too verv fine Mr. Carlton also pn-an. -ncinber: we are distillers, so wen yoa buy
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t I"' a-> I know has nothing to do with I in rendering a verdict, and they While the president of the l"r::' fine: prices for melons. He sacama'oupe \ rr-'rn us you save the enormous profits of the deal-

''K 'utrmersy. i alone am the au- I therefore deserve all the condemnation States and the governor of Co'i: ':i': crop beats the recor-i! it!" tOw ,-r. tii avoid all chance of adulteration.: You are
';Utot getting our whiskey j jut as> it cone from
II'". l>f the first letter to the Ocala which you in your letters say! are sending our their' : s'ate'i.ei-' ', proi.nses a heavy yield. If the wrd '
", ,ur hbtillery, without being unpereJ.oita ia allY
., .I "T AS well as this one and am should be awarded to those who endeavor i compass our aei'h. ti: t. )iinlsre o* v.:- er continues dry the cantaloupe- < t A .', .

atone responsible for every word improperly to influence the 1 county has brow:- 1 It: :a ('.':!, :1 ',, :.. Marion[ county will take the blue r. tg4 If von prefer com whisker, we will send yon

''tamed m them. of justice. j I him for contempt on the charge that i b-\n against the world. He also !I': i f"tlrfulctuarrtsofourALLANSINCLAiR'SCORN
course WHISKEY for 52.80 .i. YIJUCJ.ll't
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expre prep
,c. Very truly. "You would, of course be entirely j I he tried to influence. he: mind of a'' (L c1rtne prices for cantaloupes .acrops i L.;, a better corn whiskey from anybody else: at

JAMES S. BARRETT. within your rights if you merely announced -; prospective juror L'\ :-avns that "'ht: t-' have been cut short and ii L a::.; price.

that you thought Messrs.!' state administration- trviiu_ to ':r., \ ,:. .troyed in some place-- .': Our sjnarantee of perfect satisfaction or rmoney

'. .: Haywood were desirable j railroad us." On the d..taram...:. .'' of; Ue; .i.--a ,"'::1 other states. He saw ': refunded goes with every shipment we make. You
l> A. Smith was in Ocala Thurs- I Moyer and I ,' r" run no risk when you deal with us as the own
"iv. diui went down the 3:3i I citizens, though such case: I should 1! this man in court the j ueiae i/oiup-.. ,' ae AI. .Auiaony Wednesday he 3a\\ of 'ur company' have resources of a nullion dollars
on frank issue with you and should;j told the state's attorney that he cantaloupe s..ed:1"1: ug shipped to AIvnv. and will do exactly! as we say.
: ant tu Dunnellon Sat take
tjnia\ at the closing to exercises be present of the .I say that wholly without regard to should have tbs? ob>c !TC, !farnv in, Ga.. vvh'ch! 't'". 5s own ?'ue : : MACOyuA .J THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.
I o' '> fc'Vu.v i ira- ?fv ---d <
not they are guilty dieted for : -' MACON, GA.

r Dunndlon public school, oar which I whether or which they are non H >= :n :, ::> : 'l.'r.O: ,...:" e. .. t. \-,'. :, : :-. ..- ler" !Hhd Owner of Rejuterea DUtillery No. 29.. Sift Creek. c.
his son Prof. \\\ W. Smith presideswith crime for ,
represent as : .! .':' '::" :.r- : dow' jrse :h.ng-. .
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" '!" " " " " '" " " " " '!r'8 1!;! FLAGLER INSPECTION PARTY--RETURNS TOUR F f

!% ::: ;| Along the Railway Extens.on ;ram f;

- ,; --- .-.. Miami to Key west"I
'. : -.. -.I. !1 At six o'clockesterd :' af-ern ->a
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-oG : Hon. H. M. Flagler and his part r ,
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.i turned from an inspection rnp .n>r
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cJ the Key West extension.

a.t --ttJlJ t i The party was compo" !I <-i :Mr.Flagler .

I m I and Mr. J. R. Parrut i,;.'niali

A.BRO I & BROTHER : i; manager; Mr. J. C. Mereduef+ : !

J c ..it, i:; engineer in charge of const.ica. :: ; '

tip. -61 ,: Major General Brooke; Dr. (J'..>n K-t j ,
-- |i nan of North Carolina; Hen. .(<>K av. t: \
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:: I( McDonald of Miami; Dr. Anderson of

n -- GROGERS ..0 St. Augustine; Mr. Burrus of Michjigan .
WHOLEALE
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wh :: i West.j .

: 6 -. j The party arrived here from St. Au-

to.) ",. ... -- -<11 :igustine at 4 o'clock last -Monday

J.'hf e"n' ,. .: ------ -d morning and proceeded down oV to

. JU:f. I., i. @'-rrn ---:, !! the keys to the end of the line where

.. ;,. rwi -. | they took a boat for Key Wt.l .
un1-'i'> ;, -<3 'j In conversation with a Morcirsg
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'n.tf :'' ., .- -e I Sews representative last night Mr.i .
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::: i i Flagler said that he had enjoyed the

;:r ; We want trade and offer IfJ:: II trip, and was pleased with the way
your you -cD: 'that the work was progressing. He

!>4T I1 -flJI '! is strong and vigorous, and at severalof

.'". +_- -_:: I the stops it is said that he even

Met ", :> -r -Q I wearied some of the younger set in .'*>,
Phi
rtJJ I few iong tramps that were taken anJ

Uf ;: : : f every facility for doing business with ...:t:! ''I one lilies.tJ of. which is said to have been four

:M" s, t I Hon. Jos. A. McDonald in speaking -

Jl< ;; }. I of the trip, said that it was wonderfully -
_) : r -: interesting.
Si 1F- -
i --- -,Q "It is not an easy matter to describe -
all that is embraced in
:so: great
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'' an enterprise as this. It must be
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-- -:: seen to be clearly understood." said

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"\\i #! .. "There are ten camps, and we sited -
%V '. i all of them, and couk3
Jr : ....... yet we not
see all of the work for it must be understood
3; ,, ( ::: ..--a9.. ,. that in making the trip ia

< .uI the little steamer it was .
A '. necessa:
, ji> ;:t ...- "'Y that we should stand away for frtwo %.- )
; : to seven miles from \
-- portions 't )
S- t"' i ___ ..., tfc-3 line, the route being somewhat .
'W'. : :) i- -.a crooked.
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oJ. ., 11"< ': -___ : "In all of the camps the men seem-

', :; ==- ed happy and satisfied. Gen. Brooke,

:N' : who was the first governor genera! d

p.l. 5i .,.,- OJ Cuba after the Spanish war, said that
: : : in all of his army experience he had

'. '" ...- .. never seen a great body of men so

Tit,'r" ., _....... oos -- tJJ well provided for. In my own life I
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If'' have had much experience in Tough
':' 9 ing it,' and I have never seen men soy

> zP well taken care of. The meats:: and

I: '.. ,c:. -- i:>> other provisions are the best to be

.', -- :: !had, and the food is prepared by good
;,< "':' till9f -- O j cooks.:, The bread is cooked in large
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: --- c II :portable ovens, and the other IJGngsare
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1 Ii>- U II cooked upon good ranges that ruo.,...
away up in price.
: :: ; I "And then the men are wtll housed

il 1, .. PCESt -.., a:; and have comfortable beds. AT :
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'- -' -nt points there are three old '
"' ': H ___ .ul pitals, where
J --- those who are :sick!; and
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fi --- .- :J those who may meet with accid'ojolt4retalien

t.,' care of. I do not see how j it
tSi is.
tDJ-- possible for the conditions to beJHtE'r
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-- than
1': they are.
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i : McDonald: said that the party
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handle !11 was out four days and nigh t". and

We everything in the Grocery -- "! that while the trip was a very busy

: : : one, every minute of the time was en-

" ; .....- joyed.
!: ;' .,... ,' After a brief stop here, tfct party
: ::: .m : left for St. Augustine.-Miami :Xev

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: Line besides It .
:; : -. ,, A LONG TIME BETWEEN DRINKS
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:: The old order has been radically
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changed when the i "
I governor of Nonty
--. Carolina, f/
; meeting the governor ; OJ
.', .- South Carolina at the Jamestown Exposition
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f' --
: must needs refrain from the
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PROOCTS .' !J Historic salutation because of temperance -
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f scruples on the part of each-
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r- The Southern States are now the -
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i': I :' e- :: 1'.stronghold of prohibition sentiment. : ,
.,l r [In 1511<( of the 250 counties or Texas :
:. liti ___ the sale of liquor is forbidden and 5t> f
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others are largely free from licensed
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: saloons. Georgia-
-- and Mississippi are

: r" .: ::: ---' p. j great overwhelmingly whiskey-making! prohibition.state of Kentucky The-

,S : '- : I has 47 prohibition counties. 4: ..

i : : I Tennessee and Virginia are f

: f l- cf-pt in a few cities. "drV-

I Send Us Your Orders -- I' I The boast of Chairman Jones of
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I ; he Prohibition National ;:[ l

I', ..-- : ;I 'hat "the whole Southland appears t"1
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I r 1.:>e on the warpath to drive out t .-
\ ..- ::apt vestige of 'the liquor busin ss" is do
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:.. ,...... not extravagant, nor is bis prediction
: ...... : i i virsanguine that licensed drinking
;;r. --+i i! A-ilJ; become practically extinct in ,f.,
'; --- .1ig I Texas. Oklahoma and Arkansas with .

t .n a decade. 1
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-- i I This "t'\ 'tlution has been effected' -

i Through! ; local option, which obtains i in ,' I i-

rtf ; (;f oria, Florida, Alabama, Arkansas::, .
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: : Maryland.! '
., Virginia Kentucky, Flis- 1
--- Mssippi: and North' Carolina. Only{ inF'ori.la cK
11>-- -. where the license fee i.: ;

I It '' : :Si'-"; in :Mississippi, where it- runs: ,
t == ':'UJ!) $.;IJO to $1200, and in Atlanta.

a atr .., :. -re it is $1000, has this phaser'

I I _.p. I I -'- uI he question cut any considerable?
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1:1'1':! Nor is there
any material! gain
: ::: n 'hovoting strength of the XationalR.opubJican

-.., party.
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The change from the old conditions

.... : i j.* the verdict of tbe Southern cc P-
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science on the rum question presented
;i --- -. as a local issue and as a menace to

; ri- the home.-World.i .
G OCALA FLORIDA ; !

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9- m I 9 (;: A Colored:: Man in Another Town '.
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fill-- \ti m. Hardon, the colored man who .

: tII c --- --..: :Operates an ice plant, electric light ". ). X j
---G plant aad store, near the Times of- r 4-


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