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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 17, 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).
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Mrs. Anderson Gives Garden Party'

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;: \\ WATCH THIS SPACE When all! this beautiful world i-

IN aglow with birds and blossoms and i i PRAISES PE-RU-NA. ;

when the heart overflows with the j
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WEEK'S PAPER. \ glad sight of nature's emerald setting .... '
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what more fitting season than 1 : '

.. r IT WILL the glad springtime for the giving of :,I jj ," ... ..i'
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THE a party; and what could he a morn "lAm
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delightful way of entertaining one:: ,

.': JI REAL REASON WHY friends than with a garden part? ".:;<"j ; I

he ] Friday afternoon Mrs. Robert !1. >:.: :::JJ" .:. '!} :. Glad To i

Anderson gave a garden party ror h'r
ay : S charming daughter Mrs. Martin i iRoess. : .5: }IJ ) ;

Ie al "I 1'w, one of last winter's 111'I1\1--> ,; ; .;, Write MyEndorsement I i

?J ,> .IIIM one year ago on that ,jay \li.sVmlrrson's ;- < .

"iff'D : r;':, I announced! engagement at a luncheon to Mr gi\11 R"i!h>. t, ':i:t-frtlil/: :: ; !: /;! I


;. : Ad.a very happy reminder "f tux- ll'tiMH; I
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'J I I Mrs.: Anderson entertaim-il! !u-i

{- j ''inis on the beautiful lawn of IKT : % GreatRemedy j

1- .1 "nil.The! lawn covers about halt ,
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"!. .iii acre and the large crowd of !iadio.-

,.. -1, in t heir airy summer gowns as they jfj&t& ; J

.t ; h'irted'I :'! across the lawn and reposed in I i

e cheers chev/ers chairs and on stools under the trees
more than I J
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any e-r1l-
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J j nainly made a beautiful picture to ''' 1:. Y '.
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other sort of tobacco. > gaze upon. Dotted about over the i i iI
chewing It
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, ..J I lawn are beautiful shade trees and ,II I Do So
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I will also show j !palms:: which add greatly to the beau- ;
: you why there are
JI4I | 'y of this handsome place. I Ii
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i Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Roess wore I
i more chewers, and more pounds cf ,
hn; white dresses and assisting them AS':

t 1 hr.-r,,, Mrs. Clifford L. Anderson who "
: J rtobacco chewed, to the population in ri Heartily.
.. aKo white dress.
" \ }r If" t:1 I' wore a summer i

'i those States where "Schnapps" ObafrF I. t'I On one side of the lawn refreshing''I'I II Yl1 r.irk f. Julia Marlowe.

:lemonade was served by Misses Edna

co was first sold, than there are in the JI j .'I Nelson.Robinson.Mrs. Elizabeth. Newsom and Hope IFhI .


States where "Schnapps" has not yet Anderson divided her guests: MISS JULIA MARLOWE.0oooooao.oo.oooocooooaoooaooooooo.

into three groups a different diversion -
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; been offered to the trade. / being provided for each. One ANY remedy that benefits digestion "1 improved under the treatment, but

1 group threw bean bags, Mrs. C. R. ;: the nerves. I' as soon a--1 stopped taking the medi-

1 1 A '.I Tydings: proving to be the most expert The nerve centers require nutrition. cine, I got bad again. 1

i i thrower and received a beautifui If the digestion is impaired the nerve ,] "I took the medicine for two years,
$ I centers become anemic, aad indigestionis then 1 got sick again and gave up all
comb and brush Another I
tray. group
RL. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WInston-Salem, N. C. i! the result. hopes of getting! curnl.
t 9 played a Japanese rolling game, and { ___a . . .. ..-&-+ "I saw a testimonial of a man whost

at this Mrs. Jake Gerig won the prize. I Peruna is not a nervine nor a; case was similar to mine being cured by

I I a lovely cut glass compote. The. ? stimulant. It benefits the nerves by i Peruna, so I thought; I would give it a

--' third amused themselves with I benefiting digestion. J
I group . . . . . trial.
t; ,. Dr. P. P. Pillans of Ocala, has located I Death of Mr. J. A. McIver I the game of quoits and at this game Peruna frees the stomach of catarrhal "I procured a bottle at once and commenced -
Local and Personal i! Mrs. Herbert Anderson her- taking it. I have taken several
, j I at Ellaulle for the: summer. The News has been received proved ,II congestions and normal digestion is the

; Ellaville Times-Union correspondentsays I the sad intelligence of the con\.e'ing'l I self the cleverest player. She resign-j result.In .bottles. and. .am. entirely. . .cored.. ... .,.+++

that he has already made many Mr. J. A. Mclver. He died at the ed the prize to the next highest. i other word*, Peruna goes to the "/ have gained strength and'

Mrs J. J. Carstens came up Monday friends there. home of Dr. Davis his brother-in-law, which were Mrs. Newsom and Mrs. !i bottom of the whole difficulty, when I I feel like a different person. I be-

), from lakeVefr ior a brief visit. at Orange Lake, Friday afternoon Hiers. On cutting tte former won a'': the disagreeable symptoms disappear.. r i//e.'e Peruna all that is claimed
at
I. i Mrs. J.<'.Jamison,61 Marchant street, t for It."
: 4 o'clock.Mr. handsome gold belt pin. j I . . ... ......,..+'-
Expert observers say that the statements The ideal May day, the j Watson ville, Cal., writes: Nervines such coal tar
Mrs. Cecil Bryant returned home Mclrer came to Ocala from day was an as prepara-
"I troubled with stomach for
was
with her I as to the injury to the crops weather being perfect and the afternoon j my tions, are doing a great deal of harm.
visit North Carolina little
Monday from a shut I a over twenty fix yews. I tried many kings of medicine -
'i are grossly exaggerated and that i Sleep medicines and headache powdersare
Anderson and
with Mrs.
Farris, at Inglis. years and made his spent j treated
mother, :Mrs. 0.A. ago home in this also wa by three doctors.
grain stand all alike-heart depressants, and
good show of
crops a
,j city for some years. He was marshal Mrs. Roess was one of the most delightful [ "They said that I had nervous dys should not be used The nerves would
normal
i; who has been visiting making a yield. of the city for several years and held imaginable and will remain j pepsia., I was put on a liquid diet for i >>e all right, if the digestion; were good.

Miss! Sue Motley, other positions of trust and as a very pleasant memory; to the | three mun U.*. j P..ruua correct- tie digestion.
\ Ocala, has returned to her home I respon "
:\1 r. W. A. Bagley of Etna, :Fla., is sibility. I sixty or more ladies that were present --
at Webster, Sumter county. ,
one of Ocala's new citizens. He has About fifteen years ago be moved LANDS.If

purchased M r. Clifford Anderson's into the country purchased a farmin Salted almonds lime mints ice .

Miss Annie Davis is spending ibis cottage and moved to this city Fri the Fantville neighborhood, mar- cream and cake were served on the
she is have lands wish to sell lease or rent
where you you ;
Grahamville.
week at day. Mr. Bagley is a turpentine operator ried Miss Fant, daughter of :Mr. Valentine lawn, the ices and cakes showing the

, Atte( guest of Miss Sophie Howard. and we welcome him to the Fant, one of the pioneer citi- color motif of white and green. Assisting or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing,

} ( city. zens of that section of the county, Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. Roess I turpentining or lumber purposes,

Mrs. Townley Porter has gone to and devoted the remainder of his life and Mrs. Clifford Anderson in serving Write to;

Lady Lake to visit her mother and the three girls who i I
: Mr.[ Charles Thomas of Pine was a on the farm were young
her sister, Mrs. I. N. Withers, for a"V at the lemonade table earlier in [ BLOUNT REAL 'ESTATE
i '. visitor to Ocala Monday, and like all lie was a man of remarkable phy- were CO.

I Ii''i eek. others from his section was bragging sique until a few years ago, when he the afternoon. J j -- --OCALA FLORIDA.

in about the splendid crops, especially was taken with indigestion, and wasa f ,
'i Col. R. P. Rogers of Lynne was of corn. He says that "Peter Stanley" great sufferer, losing his flesh and Death at the Hospital
and left for a visit
'several Ocala Monday weeks at Jacksonville, Lake has laid down his pen for the plow was reduced to almost a shadow. He I +..+....... ..........+..*...++......++.........*.+.
: and is making as good a farmer ash was an uncomplaining and! heroic sufferer From last Friday's Daily. ;, '

i' City Live Oak and Tallahassee.Miss was an editor and newspaper cor- and the end came peacefully.Mr. :Mr. Edward Beville. a young man [ OCALA'S BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE.

I i Walters returned respondent.Mr. : Mclver was buried at Pleasant from Bushnell, died of typhoid fever :

Florence Grove cemetery, Fantville, Saturday at the Marion county hospital in this ,
brief visit to ,
home Monday from a afternoon at 3::SO o'clock. Rev. W. city Wednesday! ni ht.Iessrs.. :
relatives at Coleman. Her aunt D. R. Zetrouer, who ,
her was a candidate 1C.
i I Mrs. Wicker, came home with her for superintendent of schools H.funeral Dodge sermon.of this city preached the body Smith and and prepared Roberts took it for charge burial.of The the I ,, D. HO CAN

for a few days' visit. in the last campaign, was in Ocala :
I
I The deceased was a brother of Mr. funeral took place at Bushnell Thurs ,.
Saturday for the first time in many I +
Dr. IT.. Campbell of :Missouri I months. He is particularly pleased Donald E. :Mclver of this city, who I day afternoon. : s

., passed through Ocala Monday on his with the court house and other evidences went up to Orange Lake Friday night I ': Having purchased the saloon property formerly i

to Crystal River, where he exkgects i of progress and prosperity he and was present at the funeral Satur- I Maj. J. K. Priest was in Ocala Mon i, :: operated by W. J. McGrath and made many improvements +
day and is still bragging on his :
to locate. lie makes a specialty saw in the Brick City. Mr. Zetrouermay day.Mr. : on same, I am now prepared to handle Z
: :Mclver had sl*ep. He says that dry weather is
children friends in .
of the diseases of women and ; be a candidate for reelection.Mr. many i : mail orders with the greatest facility. The large vaT
them and his
acquisition Ocala and throughout) the especially adapted to
and this will growing be a municipality.valuable who will regret to learn of his county death. flock is fat and in fine condition. The :4: riety of brands of Whiskies, Wines, Beers, Etc., now i
to
: E. P. Axtell of Jacksonvillepaid annual clip will average three pounds : :j: carried enables me to fill the order of everyone on

!# Re,'. R. V. Atkisson, pastor of the this office a plt"asant"isit yes- The Young Ladies' Card Club and at present prices sheep are the i i, (<: short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially i

\ Methodist church in this city, occu terday afternoon. He was a former The Young Ladies' Card Club is the most valuable property a person can j 4 for this class of the business, and your orders will
citizen of Ocala and is rememberedvery most popular social own.
organization in
pied the pulpit of the Shady churchat I ;4Mr. be filled the same day they are received and shipped 1
o'clock) Sunday afternoon.He pleasantly by many of our citi the city, and the weekly meetings of -

three preached a splendid sermon to a zens. After moving to Jacksonville the club always mean an afternoon of : W. B. Gray, one of the most : on the first train. In your next order includeHoganrs |

Mr. E. P. he took up the practice of law and much pleasure to the members. prominent business men of Tampa j!
good-sized concert-Ration. '
eminent Yesterday afternoon was in Ocala Friday and made this I XXXX Rye i
Rentz took Mr. Atki+son out to Shady +I now occupies an place among Miss Meta I I
l its barristers, few men standing higher Jewett entertained the club very I office a social and business visit. He j! .
in automobile.
\ his
in Jacksonville as a legal author. pleasantly. Proresshe"hi t was is president of the "Carney Investment ; 4 The Best Goods on the Market :

George New comb, a well known ity. played from four to five-thirty o'clock, Company," and has one hun- < :. .

young citizen of West Palm Beach, .. after which delicious ice and cake I dred and sixty acres cf choice land > : G. D. HOGAN
were served. at Lake Weir, which is or soon will i
k 1 was shot and instantly! killed in that :.Mr. Waldo :Martin, who is operatingin 'j f.'t ,
Miss Dye won of be placed on the market. Some .
Thomas one the prizes, a ofj "
r by
city Wednesday afternoon t1:(' growing vegetables on a .
of these lands are rich islands and are i! : Ocala
pretty pair silk Florida.
in armlets and Mrs.
TrolIis murderer is now large scale! at Martin, has hit it rich I t
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leaves a Roess: won the other prize, a dainty peculiarly adapted for growing oranges I; +
jail. The murdered man this season, and is:: getting good prices
hatpin holder. and grapefruit. Mr. Gray is j I. .
Miss AgnE'sSEgh he has marketed. He
young wife who was for everything I
of Miami, and a young baby. is now shipping beans and later on Those who enjoyed the games of highly pleased with the property and : Oldest WiiHey) House in Central Florida |
will send settlers this
will ship watermelons and canta- whist at Miss Jewett's were :Mrs. a good many to ;

I Mr. H. G. McDavid, a former policeman loupes. His friends hope that he will Sandford Jewett. Mrs W. H. Powers, charming lake. H...................................................... I
in Taylor's Mrs. M. J. Roess, Mrs. W. T. Gary. I ,
; now working do as well with tis melons as he has I
I I1i1J.is carrying his arm in a sling.Laving done with his beans. Good luck Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, Misses Margaret Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough I .
-t'
had the misfortune to ge island seems to be pursuing him. and Mamie Taylor, Sarah Mc-i Remedy Mr. Jon Carney of Lake Weir, a I My Best Friend

caught in one of thee is Creary, Susie Fort, Annie Davis Sara large property owner there and manager j I Alexander Benton who lives on Ru-
People everywhere take pleasure in ral Route 1, Fort
Edward X. Y., :
which resulted in the loss of Of and Louise Harris, Esther Weathers, testifying to the good qualities of of the "Carney Investment Com "Dr. King's Xew Discovery is my says best
two of his fingers of his right hand. Col.! W. H. Sebring who made sucha Hattie Dye, Ethel Robinosn and Va- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.: :Mrs.: e pany," represented his section in earthly friend. It cured me of asthmasix
.... splendid race in the primary elec- leta Potter. Edward Phillips of Barclay, Md., years ago. It has also performed a
writes: "I wish to tell you that I can Ocala Friday and wa s a pleasant wonderful cure of incipient
Mr. Albritton of Daisy was in town I tion in Jacksonville Tuesday, is tatcity's Miss Robinson will be the club'shostess recommend Chamberlain's Cough caller at this office. for my son's wife. The consumption first hot- '
Monday and says that his section t next mayor. Mr. James D. Bur- next Thursday afternoon. Remedy. My' little girl, Catharine, I tIe ended the terrible cought, and this
. \ who is two years old has been tak- accomplished, the other
symptoms left
I J produces the best fruits and vegetables bridge, who came second on the ticket -
this
. Jr ing remedy whenever she has hada one by one until she was perfectly
" of any that he has seen in the has very gallantly withdrawn infavor :Mr. Robert J. Knight, a large turpentine cold .since she was two months old. For stomach troubles biliousness well. Dr. King's New Discovery's
state, and if it bad railroad facilitiesit of the popular Confederate veteran operator, who now lives in About a month ago I contracted a and constipation try Chamberlain's power over coughs and colds is sim-
dreadful cold myself but I took I Stomach and Liver Tablets. ilany remarkable ply marvelous." No other remedy has
: would soon excel Starke and Law- and there will be no second pri Tampa is in Ocala, a guest of tte Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was I cures have been effected by ever equalled It. Fully guaranteed by
Ocala Hocee. Foon as well as ever." This remedy It them. Price 25 cents. Samples free. TydiEgs t Co., druggist,. 59c and JL
tey as a strawberry section. mary. ... ... for sale IT all druggists. m i For sale fcy all druggistB.! m Trial bottle free. u

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: V J K? THE CCALA BANNER 1 GEN. EDMUND KIRBY SMITH I was only a Floridian by the accidentof GOVERNOR BROWARD Heir to the Spanish ThroneA ,.."-.....-+--- ,f Ii

birth we think a more typical selection STANDS BY EDITOR L'ENGLEA son was born to King Alfonso

v FRANK HARRIS Editor. i The old house of representatives at could be made, and we hope that and Queen Victoria at one o'clock BIGGEST LINE, P4

the capitol at Washington is now other names' will be chosen.
Madrid,
Times-Union in
; P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager.FRIDAY special from Tallahassee Friday at the royal palace

.., used as a statuary gallery where the says Mr. Robert McNamee arrived and there was great rejoicing throout OFIWATCHESI
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: martial and civic heroes of the states WHAT JOHN D. ROBERTSON IS in that city with Deputy Sheriff the kingdom. When the booming -

: fF:,,.r.;;...."..!' [are apotheosized. In 1SC4 a bill was DOINGMr. I Young of Bradentown, the officer hawing ,:I of twenty-one cannon shots proclaimed

-r..... a capias for the arrest of Editor|I that an heir was born the rejoicing -
by inviting each
I passed
c; ;;:: \ congress Macaulav, in his history of En- Claude L'Engle, editor of the Tallahassee of the populace knew no
I
..._ .t.. ..1 state of the Union to erect in this
'ttr' gland, does not deal entirely with the Sun indicted by the Manatee bounds. A national holiday was proclaimed
\ : hall the statues of two of its most I
[ doings of kings and the movements county grand jury for criminal libel for Saturday, Sunday and !
'illustrious citizens. In response to
t \;: ( jof armies, but gives a description ofi against John A. Graham, the defeated Monday. President Roosevelt wired
this invitation many of the states
.- rural life and rural scenes, and democratic and
i i persons candidate for representative congratulations to the king
tcout1\ have long since placed in this hall i I
I | reading his history must be particularly from that county.Mr. queen. FOR
t1jt l statues of the most historic figures of ,
struck with the bad condition McNamee, who is attorney for! -- -- (
... __ th. republic. The .first to respondwas I
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of the highways at the time of Mr. L'Engle, made an affidavit that Whenever Senator Mallory speaks
:
__ __ __ __ little Rhode Island.. Her first I LADIES/[ AND GENTLEMAN
h of his histor the t
i contribution was a life-size marble the commencement > I county judge of Manatee had broken he always commands attention. J

MAY 17, 1907 .i j i The public diligences were very frequently agreement to listen to argument II
statue of Major General Nathaniel
stuck in the mud and sometimes i for change of venue, and Gov. Brow- Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Di
--- -- Greene. General Greene was Gener- ,
i j '
;j days were consumed in travel- and wired Judge Stewart, insisting arrhoea Remedy i
The committee appointed to visit.1! al Washington's strong right arm. lIe i ii I
but in the There is medicine made
,
ing short distances process that the case should not be called probably no y
;. and investigate the university at j i died in Georgia and was buried at I atI 1 I
I I that rt-hed
with implicit
is more
of time a public sentiment; arose I present, as Mr. L'Engle's duties as j i| upon "
Gainesville made a most favorable re i Dungeness, near Fernandina. I confidence than Chamberlain's Colic.
of roads, and
i. for the building good state printer make it imperative for !
Clay, Webster and Calhoun, Lin-I I Cholera and Dv.rrhoea! Remedy. Dur- .
port.
today no nation in the world has bet- him to be there for the remainder of, lfA.
___ I( coin and Grant, Jonathan Trumbull, i ing the third 'If a century in which it \
ter highways than England. the legislative session. I has bt-en in, usp, opi' hav'" learned I
A South: Floridian says that "little j George Clinton, Robert R. Livingston the first that it !is the one remedy that nev",'r JEWELER.
It is said, too, that good Mr. McNamee is supported by affidavits THE .
of sand I Roger Sherman and Ethan Allan failWin. .lsweetened
drops of water on the grains n reduce with water an
roads builder of England was a blind of Manatee officials. !
county .
it i- For ,
and more, whose j.i. a-ant :< take j
make a mighty difference on productsof a great many I man, and, the roads that he built area who charge prejudice against the de- sale by all druggie. in I ++4......t+....++44+48.44I' t
the land." names are illustrious grace the stat I
I monument to his memory.A fendant there and state in the affidavit -
uary hall.Florida. -
-- --- good roads sentiment is, we are that he presented to Judge Stewart -
Masked men held up a train at is the last to respond the
glad to note. taking possession of the satements of the state comptroller '
Butte Montana, in regular Jesse !invitation to send her contributionsto J.l a E
; people of Florida and several bills president of the senate, speakerof S'r.
: James style on May nth, murdered this hall of fame.
for the building of highways across the house and the and
I senator representative j i i
robbed the train. We think that in the selection care
the engineer and
( -- -- I should be taken to choose typical the state are pending before the legislature from Manatee as to the I ta to to to to ui

I now in session. necessity of Mr. L'Engle's presence !
President Roosevelt has done another Floridians.
Senator Mann, in an article printedin at Tallahassee. The affidavit severely; V .
big stunt. lIe opened the I Senator Beard, a few days ago, in- I II PAY 3.50 to $5 oo for your Shoes
. the Sunday edition of the Ocala arraigns Judge Stewart for estreating
: Chareston Scheutzenfest by wire and troduced in the senate a resolution I : when will
sell with 1
we a pair
Banner, which was illustrated, showed I the bond and 'ordering the arrest of ""r,_, ) you
hit the bull's eye at a distance of 515 proposing the name of General Ed- much
how Florida would look if his I the defendant. just as style, comfort and i
.. miles. mund Kirby Smith as the first of
I scheme of building good roads thro'the lasting qualities for much less.
Florida's contributions to this stat- ;
state were to prevail. The bill cutting down the salary of fOur
The house has reported favorably) ary gallery of illustrious Americans, 1
It is with considerable pride that county treasurers was passed by only line of Footwear have the
best
on the bill to abolish the municipality and the resolution was unanimously I reputation for lasting ability than any i
II we state that this sentiment for the one dissenting vote. The memoers j other here in Ocala. Many times have sold
shoes for
we low
ofj I
;. of l stero. According to the area this passed by that body. as as $1.9S, and
building of good roads had its birth the legislature stated that these officials our customer wore them for over a We sell only Solid
year. Leather
Shoes 3
i is the largest municipality on earth. According to our judgment General ,
in this county, and the good roads do very little if any work. That and guarantee same to give satisfaction after
;:' Mr. West has introduced a bill in Smith is not a typical Floridian, and i being worn. 1
( built here, although not as good as most frequently the banks do the.I
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t the senate authorizing thestate except for the accident of birth was
those built in England or even in work for them and the only duty of i j
board of health to acquire and main- never a Floridian at all. 'I out? LADIES' LINES: !OUREN'S LINES: : f- ;
some of the other counties of this the county treasurer is to draw his
tain a sanitorium for the treatment He was born at St. Augustine in i
I state, are very popular and the people salar}. That when a county school I
: of tuberculosis. 1824 and when he entered West

;,: ,_,' -- --- I! Point he was accredited to Florida I would not abandon them and go board borrows money which is frequently : Velvet shoes $1.39 j,, Tiger shoes $1.69

back to the old sand roads for any done, although not authorizedto j
; Tramm(ll's express bill is for the and so far as we can find this is the I Satin shoes Lion shoes
I" I amount of money. do so lawfully, the county treasurer I 1.69i; 2.23\ '
shipment of 5-pound packages for 25; extent of his citizenship.. He never ,
We tope the board of county com- receives a commission on this money I ;
: cents. The bill has passed the senate had a home nor a habitation in Flor I Silk shoes 2.23 : Everlasting
missioners will continue the good and also a commission for paying it I 2.74
r by a large majority and will become ida. lie never cast a vote here. He
.t' work until Marion county becomes a out, adding to his salary twenty per. Our Own shoes 2.98
i. a law. never shared with our people in their ; Top Round 3.50
? network of good roads. cent. on every dollar borrowed. Wei i iI ,
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" and
-- -- trials, privations nor triumphs
The sentiment of the county is not I can say for the treasurer of this county i
The members of the school board his dust does not mingle with our,
:: from the only for good roads, but a public sen- that so far as our knowledge ex- All Guaranteed Jo be far Below the Market
bare drawn a prize package I soil. No one, so far as we have been i iI ValueWe
timent for good pavements and good tends he has charged no commission I
legislative lottery. A bill unanimously able to discover, can point to his an! have; all the above makes in all styles and
I streets is being aroused in this city on anything borrowed either by the I leathers. Our shoes are
passed the senate increasing their cestral home and since his graduation guaranteed by us. and the manufacturers back
and too much praise cannot be givento school board or the board of county us in our statements.
f pay from two to five dollars! per diem. : from West Point, before the Mex-] GIVE US A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU.Variety "
for his efforts commissioners. !
: Mr. John D. Robertson ,
----- T"-- ; :ic,n war !L*> nevi participated in the I I ,

The Tallahassee Sun is getting I affairs of Florida, political or otherwise I in creating. this sentiment" :.and I --
The
to'efant. In its issue of !' I giving practical illustrations 01 Il. committee appointed to investigate |
k more May : and after the end of the civil I
I j Mr. Robertson has completed more the Everglades drainage operations Store
1 Sth it had no legislator caricatured
war he took his residence in Tennessee -
!i I up .
"i" I' thousand feet of cement sidewalks have returned from Fort Lauderdale i
::. and was a "Knocker only to the tune and until his death remained a { than a
j Oklawaha avenue and Wa- submitted their report, and ,
columns. on
of about four double I citizen of that state.In I

Ex-Governor Fleming's "Bio I tula street. These sidewalks are tho practically endorse the work of the !! OCALA, FLORIDA

: ': William Ellis Corey and Maybelle : constructed in this city. governor and the members of the internal j ,, ," ,- --- ,
graphical Memoirs of Florida," Gen best ever I ::: : :: -- 1& --- ._ ." ._
Oilman hate been married in New I Besides these sidewalks he has built improvement board. The committee ] -=__ V,,1
'. Kirby Smith is not given a mention. I I : W. A. KNIGHT
: i cement gutters for carrying off the were delighted with the pro- L. E. LANGf(ot
m000
Fairbanks in his history, merely men- I
I egress
'i water, and these gutters are of the work and the nature of I II 1
tions that he was a full general and I surplus
: -- rey's first wife is l living in Forida. I there to last, if not forever, at least I the same. The Everglades will be ; ANNOUNCEMENT
in Caroline Brevard's history of Florida
-- -- indefinite and the city i I drained and will add immense impor-i 1
for an period !
he barely has a mention, and his I I
f '_ :J The Topeka (Kan.) State Journal, will not be put to the expense of I j tance and wealth to the state. It is i i We have just purchased the ua

i'..' '-. in answer to the I\ew York World's initials are not even given.In !I having them cleaned out after every not a fantasamagoria of the brain. It S. A. Standley & Company, and l ropo.e goy u aM add Uames-to the stock bus ,T ClI IE'ssrB,
book entitled
Gen. ds
Dick Taylor's


i- inquiry as to what is a democrat, : is not a figment of the imagination. that is needful to make it aCOMPi rrr everything '
1 "Destruction and Reconstruction," he rainfall.Mr. LINE in every sense of !
t ; says that a democrat is an 'oPtimist-I'' Robertson has not only put IIt is not a will o' the wisp. It is not the word. We are agents for several best r'arwVag011S

,t he is always going; to win is severe in his criticisms of Gen. Ii these handsome pavements I i an idle dream. It is not an Aladdin ket; also several makes of Buggis_. nJL..,..."''' 'h U't""t.__:: _\\. on the marS I
.; 1 Smith's military operations. For instance down I I riety of vehicles ether of which fullya great va-
I along the streets named-, "but ne nas i scheme. But its realities will be soj i| we stand ready to e.
John Temple Graves claims that ,' on page 1S9 he says: I .1 J
j materially improved Oklawaha aven great that it will resemble the dreams j High Grade
;-, -, ::' the Georgian has saved Atlanta "From first to last Gen. Kirby of I Buggies, Serviceable
C liie well.Unfortunately. this fictitious ersonage.Wouldn't Carriages,
$123,000.: perhaps as much as $150- Smith seemed determined to throw I as Unexcelled agans \
I Mr. Robertson's cement you like to be the public Harness,
GOt, as a result of its fight for muni- I ja protecting shield around the federal ? Lap Robes #t
printer Etc.
sidewalks are confined to one Etc.
I I
cipal ownership. The influence of a 1I army and fleet. .
j side of the avenue, but he is anxiousto 'I I Turpentine
good newspaper is hard to measure. 1 Again, same page: down the same kind of pavements I The house fly is a far greater dis- V I agons a Specialty.

I "In all the ages since the establish- put We are Always. in Position. I
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th
ease carrier than the mosquito and Prices of L
the opposite side of the avenue i Legitimate
Mr. Charles S. Fairchilds, a former ment of the Assyrian monarchy no on Com etlt/Jn./ )
if the council will hold up his he distributes diseases that are much j We are Sole Agents for the celebrated .
member of the cabinet, has been arraigned commander has possessed equal power White Hsckorv Turpentine ;
r
j. ands in bis efforts to do so. Of the more in evidence. The sanitary- and Farm -
in the criminal courts inNew to destroy a cause. Wagon. .
holders along the spector should see that every stable -
York charged with forgery as a Again: I thirty-nine property I' '\

life insurance official. IIis' bail is l! "The commander of the Trans-Mis I south side of the avenue he has thir- is thoroughly cleaned and Knight &

rued at $10,000.Senator < i sissippi' department had the power to'I ty-six signatures to a petition requesting thoroughly limed every day. The Lang;

'I him to proceed with the work. health authorities cannot be too vig- (I.
t destroy the last hope of the Confederate -
ilant. No breeding places for flies t :" !' q" "r, tn St
to palce tal1.lIeand
also wants
*> Hudson's bill creating cause and exercised it with all j Mr. Robertson I I ---- --.- 1'0. )
around the court | should be allowed.
Palm Beach county has passed the the success of Bazaine at Metz.. | asphalt pavements ,I ---

senate by a vote cf 20' to 11. This President Jefferson Davis, in his house, and the people are behind him I, i I,I FLORID.l\'S

new county will be composed of the I"Rise an Fall of the Confederate in this movement, and we hope that i I I'

northern part of what is now Dade I Government," in referring to Generals the city council will give him the authority HATS :

county. I John B. Magruder and E. Kirby I to do so. lVIINERAL

I in the improvements b? I SPRINGS
Smith says that they invoked the i I Of couarse I

Senator Heard has introduced a bi" troops and the people of Texas, not is accomplishing Mr. Robertson is receiving I ;,. _

directing that a statute of Gen. E to be despondent and pointed out some adverse criticism and 1 :
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Kirby Smith be placed in the national :I their ability in the interior of that i: it is claimed that he has made mis- I

statuary hall in the capitol of the ; vast state to carryon the war indef- i i takes in the construction of the I
!
United States as Florida's most illus-J inite'j | work, which may be true: but President Why Pay- From $1.50 to

trious military chieftain. II I President Davis::, quotas! ?extract' Roo:5t'veJays "that The man : $3.00 for a Straw Hat

I vno) do<'b not make mistal:es is the "I and Throw It '
-------- -- { from the order issued by General Away f

The vote to indefinitely postpone Smith to the soldier of th" "Transmssissippi" man v\Ix, does not do thing" After You Have -N -V *r

i the hill to prohibit the shipment of: : arniThe l.lres-: was'issued \\' commend Mr. Robertson in his ; Had It About $

z liquors into dry counties was lost in !' on the 2M::: of April 1'r15;. after efforts to do things. A Month? ;qp!; <$

the house by a vote of 45 to 11. It : General Lee and General Johnston ------- I
!' Times is the !
The Muiberrv\ name t
looks to a man up a tree that this had surrendered and President .
of a new paper jut started at Mtilt 1 i, JI
bill will ,
pass. Davis had been captured and was a
I. berry, an ambi'ious! I'tt! !.' city in Polk ; r I
-- --- -- pI;socer of war. The extract is as t ,, ..f .
I V.E WLL! SELL YOU A ,
;' county. Mr. John B. How is the editor j i t ff
Every legislator ought'to read the follows: j

r Ii article by Dr. Arthur H. Burr, of Chi- i "Great: disasters have overtaken and manager: of the new pabhca-i I f

: \II. cago, printed in Florida Health Notes !I I us. The army of Northern Virginia j lion. In his introduction the editor!I Summer Weight I

'y for April, and reprinted from the I and our general-in-eh.ief are prisonersof I I says: "Mulberry has been the object .I iZwx

Iowa Health Bulletin. These legisla- war. With you rests the hope of I jof many a searching eye and keenly I Felt HatIN

tors ought not only to read this article ,jour nation and upon you depends the I attuned ear. People have been and ,

but they ought to act oa the information 1 fate of our people. Prove to I are interested in us and our resourceful ALL THE LATEST COLORS, N "

it gives and the suggestions the world that your hearts have not j s i country, yet we have turned upon STYLES AND SIZES I

II :them the smile. Therefore, it is I THE FINEST
it throws out. failed in the hour of disaster. > icy MINERAL T <
SPRINGS ] 1
I!' time for us to break the ice, slip our U'4" FLORIDASPPASSED
I Stand 'For 98
by your colors and maintain II I cts. and $1.981 NEVER OVERFLOWS. ;
Messrs. Alfred St. Clair Abrams The I shell and show them we are here, I BATlUXG CANNOT BE ", '
I your discipline. gretat resourcesof I i HEALTH AND
editor of the Tavares Herald, and A. alive, active, and some pumpkins, That will PLEASURE CrItES FOR !
this department, its vast extent, i give you gosd wear for aj I II AND KIDNEY RIIEUMATIS3I, lSPEPSI.\

K. Taylor, cartoonist for said paper. i the numbers, the discipline, and the too." | year or more. Look at cur windavvsj I PARK. COOL TROUBLE OR SKIDISEASES.. ELEGANT ,

in the case brought against them by efficiency of the ; and convince AND SHADY HlGllROLUXG j
will
that
yourself
I army secure to The act to legalize and validate all we can New hotel and new furniture PINE LANDS
E le
ex-Governor Jennings, entered a pleaof our country terms that a proud 'save you on headwear and
money your
peepie warrants issued by the board of coun- with 12 foot ceiling, well ventilated ndigSd table fare. Rooms "
nolo contenJere i
which in I
plain "
II I can with honor accept. -We are also showing around the with gas, Tea
I ty commissioners of Marion county house. The fLarge j
: English means "guilty. It will beremembered I Viewing the situation from this distance scenery is unsurpassed in porch .
I for work and materials on the construction i house and large bath rooms, Florida bath '
that the Tavares plenty
Herald of
sit ; it does not occur to us how a I of the new court house in A Nice or walks at any depth, games of suits, toboggan slide
bad of Line of all
a cartoon the ex-governor in I kindnd
great military chieftain could have pool
tlemen f{ rooms for ladWlndTen
to said county has been presented to the I dancing pavilion, boating \
which was represented as a tramp thought it possible to continue the I I I ; _
governor for his signature, and as :'Pongee Shirts. Apopka on Seaboard Air Line FDj 'ie Situated four miles
k. but when he got to the capital and war with the president of the Confederacy (I I II Railroad VV, a splendid from
; soon as he signs the same it will become to the Springs. __ livery team
was intsalled in office he soon began and its two main armies already I I I II goes
' I a law. RATES, $::!.r:.0 PER DAY; $3.PER
rolling in wealth, the cartoon intimating prisoners of war. I WEEK.
SPECIAL
by methods not altogether lawful. As Gen. Kirby Smith's military r VARIETY STORE FAMILIES AND PARTIES. RATES TO
re-
it has been thatit Railroad
Again exemplified fare
I $2.i5
;, Abrams was fined $250 and Taylor, cord is the subject of criticism by round 1. %.
is a nice thing to have a friend at da's. .

t $150. __ his contemporary officers, and as he I' Wekiwa SpringyCo
court. OCALA, FLA. R1pany .
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[Clay]
Springs
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THE] SPAPEK--WIIAT IS[ IT PUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE- ITS; rLi'. 'Tr.TIUXXV ------h
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MAY! 17. 1907.
ONE DOLLAR A YTJA1.?.
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irH j j Ij CLEANING THE TOWN. CITRIC! ACID. f -

11. A. Spencer L. E. Lang J. A. Bou\ier jI I
\ Citizens of San Francisco Put the The Way the Secret of Its Manufacture

E Streets In Order. Was Stolen. \4JULLQT81f 1
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Arrourcement1C 1 The good work recently! done m San: The proprietor of MI old/ chemist tl
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1'raiicisco to lean the streets oi' that shop, i-losf! by Temple liar in days

I '1 city mi;;ht offer a suggestion to other gone l Iff enjoyed the monopoly of making -
:utM-il( tli.- towns. About :!JMIII iiieu anti : tI"i >
( Ln'.ill: t purr :.H'idully| equipped c.uLa.id.: i .More favorably cireunistauecd ,
| teams turned out: one l jay and made
:t
machinery !plant of the Yon 'e and Clint (Company, big than other secret manufacturers -
I SUMWS of the first jr.ii'lic street
and Elicit u. hare of the repair work of Marion and J cleauiur ou l'el'O.l.101'1:' was done iu his was a process that requiredno : EXPRESS

adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing i I ten hours volunteers than had been assistance. lie employed no work I w PAEPAIOa
f done iu the ten months since the tire. men. Experts came to sample and assort
steam pumps, gas engines, etc. Business weu bho\ele and bottle his .
I dirt side by products but tlJt.iynev'r ( 00 $A2O
Lot us quote you prices side with men in overalls who work entered the laboratory. The : jt :

II every day at cleaning! IrU k. mystic operations by which he grew
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Buglers from the Presidio sounded i iI rich were confined to himself One '

Ocala Gas Engine I the call to work. The city had been I I i day. having locked the doors and t. .

I I I districted, and under good managers drawn the window blinds m usual, C r t
the work of sweeping the streets and I sure of the safety of his secret, the ? DDWVERED
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Company carting away the dirt went along: live chemist went home to his dinner. A ;

ly. Before noon it was clear that thewapous I.I chimney sweep or a boy disguised as j fOR

l. L 1- I'D' "'J>e. ti _aI I could not keep pace with the such, wide awake in chemistry was on 1
I cleaners, and when work ended at night the watch and followed the secret I .. (1 as

there were hundreds of loads of'dirt keeper: to Charing' <'ro:;s, and sure that
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which will have to be removed. he. would. not return that day the sooty
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The street in front of police headquarters pnuosopner hied rapidly uatto Tern,

was cleaned expeditiously by j pie Bar, ascended! the low building,

McMillan Bros. prisoners who were arrested for drunk I II dropped down the flue, saw all he 1 I CHAS BLUM & COMPANY

\ enness. When thl'had swept the wanted to and returned, carrying with ,

I street clean they were allowed to po. him the mystery of making citric acid.

Southern Works Alon; Montgomery street, formerly one I The monopoly of the inventor was Jacksonville Fla.
Copper of the worst in the city for dirt, finan- I gone a few months after, and the price

tfr ciers. brokers and real estate men was reduced by four-fifths. The poor

L!fr turned out with their full force of ; man was heartbroken and died shortly

Manufacturers of Turpentine Shill tletLs and soon had the thoroughfare) afterward ignorant: of the trick by !
well dea UI'I1. which he had been McIVE I
-ictimizC'd.-J.ondou I! & MAG
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I and General Metal Workers. I, Thirty eating stations were established / Spare Moments.

in carious parts of the burned
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I I district and these were attended lIy .
Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching I I prominent women who had volunteer-1, THE LOG JAM. FURNITURE: DEALERS

the Orders by mail ed to look after feeding the workers. I
through country a specialty. or Quick and Sure Must Be the Workers -----
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the Kvcn cigars were handed out to all J When It Goes W E:: cAnny EYEnY'rHI
Out.
r following works who worked. Take it all in all it was IN THE LINE OF
I II
II I a unique/ experience iu town cleaning! I Log jams are not an abnormal part House
and its of the rivermau'ti work, as moot! people I Furnishings Parlor Suits
FAYETTE ILLE N. C. SAVANNAH GA I II democracy recalled the days of
I the great calamity.DOPING l suppose, but a regular incident! of the Rugs, Art Squares and Mattings. In Leather,
JACKSONVILLE! FLA MOBILE ALA di\'s business. lu the 11I'I'akiuot I Upholstered and Reed

I them the jam c'relIUNt be quick and :I! Bed Room Suits Dining Rnnm Sffftc
I A RACE !
__ HORSE.The Fore, I know of ,
no finer -\'i\it\ \ than tnei In o: -- W.ll.kJof
Mahogony
Birch
J .......................................ON.N......... Way the Potent----- i i roily! ; out of a tall jau. The men pry : Maple and Oak. Birdseye all kinds-Mohogany and Oak.China -
Drug Affects the i I ht'Iaud tug sonjetiute.s for hours
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: THEN USE : Unfortunate Animal. j Then all .!t once the al|>'parenlly :st'd Mission Furniture ond b Crockery
WANT. BIG Cp IDEAL FERTILIZE!? : I I "No one is likely! to be caught in the surface begins I j creak and Hie.i : The Complete line-Dinner Sets and
: net of doping :i'Iwr! e:' said a III'omi-1 ncu zigzac rapidly to !shore. A crash In all the different finishes Odd Pieces

: OUR BOOKS) WILL TELL YOU t I nentctciiuaiian the other day )('- j.I and spout of waters mark where the I

: cause the dose: given Is so small that it first tier is already toppling into the

> FLORIDA VEGETABLES" com "IRISH rOTA TOES"-Book on : cm IM- mini mistered uuiier the veryeyes ..1 current. The trout melts like sugar.A I All

: plete manual on Florida crops. "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultira- of the othViaK with little if any vast, formidable lU( \.fOUJeIlt agitates 1 Kinds of Bed and Table Linens, Lace Curtains Portiers

j tion Effect of Fertilizers, Digging 1 Ii I j danger of detection and, besides It is the brown tangle; as far as )'ou'an see. and Upholstering Goods ,

.J .'FLORIDA ORANGES"-Book of and Shipping." J given i so' long before the nice: that the and then with another sudden and! 1
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j horses :tt"e not then Uk'lto, lie underMincillame nighty crash the whole Heaters
1 ricer bursts Ranges
special Interest to orange grow- "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZING" Cook Stoves
: If a horse is to race at into a torrent of motion. Full
f : t.'rs. special interest to pineapple Linf I n-tu-ihitf.
Pictures
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: grow ers. I on his tongue: in a darkened stall at 1 I ate all safe shore. lean::ig on their .Mouldings. Full stock of
s "FLORIDA 5THA"'llERnIES"- "IDEAL FERTILIZERS" Book + o'clurk. 'fhe I drug takes effect i pea ties, hut '
in about ready at ::!I tj iustnt 1"i ,Farm and
t : Liooklet on "oil. Yaril'>tics. Cul all l of our different brands, analy- > (bitty minutes, and the animal breaks; hasten out for the I'Hl'jc..e of disci rrasny Turpentine! Wagons, Buggies Harness and Saddles

.. iixatkm and Fert 1izati/n." i ?.s. prices. ele.a ( 1 out }into a sweat He is rubbed down \ by quick hard work and tl'lIl-! : Exclusive ,
!sale 01
cooled out and done: up as if he hadtome eury to plug on the |part of the mo\'mglimbers. I And the best wagon on ('arth- the Studebaker.
Xw and revived edition ot the an.-\o ju-i i published, tree for a'-kinjj. ill carry the veiy best line ot Hitfh Jrade
I J rom morning work. En.'t"yl'IIort I have s.en in''a out of bravado Buggies and Carriages
is LiM'e! to keep him quiet until jump from IhI'rt'ast of a jaw I -

J WILSON & TOOMER FERILTIZER COMPANY | : {Mist tune but he M-ry often breaks out just as it was bre.ikiitr;: down to a U-Kit-

> again and is again cooled out. The in;: l low ahead i, thus to be ,';:rril d iu the P.i'irk. imf>. ( Vnient. Plaster

y* JAC'kb'OXVILLK. FLA.o P I ilope.1 I horse, Lever takes any waruiingup I sweep( and rush far down the rher. :\ BuildingMaterial, Hair] Ltttli, Shingles.Fiintkoie Points
1 work, and this act affords the hestj single )slip meMit death.-Stewart Hdwanl and
; 0.+01N1410001100.00104v1Ni01100N0101010100000N0 1 I
iii+ <>:His i kll.lif for findiiii him out. I White j in < Minu: ; Ma_;lzint'. I Roofing, -

__ _h lie i is moxed slowly to the starting I WhittLead 1 Oils I
Varnishes
t point sro.it: rare being l taken to 111'1.-1 No Wonder the Son Was Surprised. Etc.
@gO em@ge@e O Se: 80$ (9G0o sent him from becoming e\eiteil untl::! !I .\ n'cji.draii.aii- soaie.iis siw'' Wall Pap-r. -\Jabastillf> and \Iagnite Wall Paints.

6I 1 the tlais dropped. Then a kick and I pl.i.u-i l j in a teriitin theater the chin J' "-ai'.i give us :. trial. get. W<- toil\! not be undersold and

i dir du the work and in an instant' a.t 'r .r 1:1 which had trade himself: from will please
i
D 0 N if FAIL i the full{ foi;.- of the dope is felt, itiniulatimr his overlieiiuirniniui t. disliked by Mclver & Rflsckay.Nature's

: the animal to run the of : one .rid all. In the .
I- race his apt s eic he M.ISsiipjocd -.u __ ..... ._ _
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o. : AA lik- Iv I Ifter : ; to \i-it the tombs of his. ail --- ..'
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----- -' -- ".\ thv race an antidote is usual-, 1 n'si i,ll'''. Iu the enter of the st.i\ !_" .

( ea I Ij i\'I'U, but it is sometimes well along, h Uji uu< a inarbl.!;* i>ede.stul. stood IllI'!' "fIL, ': -f.: -'
"I) To visit my New Department fe in the ni.ht before the excited: horse lie of his father. A heavy fold! I ol" .11.,. r : :

r('_ain his normal condition. The per covered the figtt(t'.

Store when you come :s-train on the uenous system is terrific. .lllt: <,Albert.. "Once auaiu.:' he s.1 t\ _

| For this reason dupe horses have short "; "let me gaze upon[ those featun" .:s v, !h i I' .' '
to Ocala. We have been % e::recrs. as a rule, and are of little iu life so often I beamed with I I :i' ""d'i[ ( i '. .' :, :... ....( -.'

\ value for breeding purposes.Kansas I affection. Father, thy 1/10111'11:11': : -": : '

opening up this\veek a big City IndeiK'tid.'nt. loW 'owes to pay thee rcn.n.w c I I. : : \ : .

me remove the: veil which from \ u' '

e ==----- lot of ---- j Ted's Beginning. j gaze shields the imaje of a ,.J)"' d",1!- .

i The new assistant rector was trying parent."

f to to impress upon the mind of his young I The drapery fell aside and. !I'.I h,,,
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NEW GOODS r son the difference between his own po- the father stood upon his head: I"I t tI

jf siduu and that of his superior. "Now, J I effect cannot l lie des--rilwHl li' \\ !.

i Ted," he coded "I want you to remember j electric. The shouts of lau_!liii-i" w 1 L I For
Own
Remedy II !: tIlUrSI
9So [ to be verj- polite to the rector. followed effectively put an end III i 1:11: I -- / _.i............,.
r \V<> are stranjrers. and I am only the scene, which changed to the 11"\, t ,"
|quickly as ssjhie amid l. .. A .j'... .t', !. -' .
J | assistant. It becomes us to be exl' p the l.-.i' : mat < TIC 4 f. C..nstlJlation. Eiliou.sne1Dyspepsia, T'heu-
'n K'in.- .
M. FISHES ': the audience, the of tbu! ..:: irnun ,",.(r 'UK"n, < ti. Its purely vegetable,
I tremely courteous. Some day perhaps anger ':> !'i.- -rand < ntains rn''m iic"h i. -'",..UJr 4'aiom.'intl! poaitiven
i I-hail I l.e rector mypelf." i i the uncontrollable, r.u ..f i il;!' i find I !f \I'J[ uifi; 'r !n,:.] any ;-upturn of the! for above valuable named medical disorders.mirrrnanrn -
The ;! actor.-London Tit-Hits.
; next day: the boy was walking I Ij
Visit My 5c and lOc StoreFIRST j I I '. :th his father when they met the dig- : [Six Month's Treatment $1.00 !{ Cure (;uarant.,1 f
I I or Money Kefuudrd
I i.'1,1; rector. A Painter's Odd Ways.
I ,
Hello:" i Alfred Hunt ,. (* Abu, sold di" t xrut aH!! _
promptly began Ted. "Pop's was at the -.HIK' t ; dealers in 2.Jc and We. packagl9.
I I ,-i!! ti'Ilih'ne 'I.O.lt"emLow you're' both a very slow and a f.ist.iii.; l: i-h I. MOUNTAIN HERB CO.

." real thin... ..;.' he's: just the hired j' punctilious sketcher from n.'nir :, Knoxville. Tenn.

'. i 11'! an* w .. i h knuckle u der. But '' combination which is said to have !Jt- '

S. "idaj .< ..,y .1 he "it" hiiuself! ....u' I! tened his end. for he had a I i.i"<'k f..r II'
::"'!" you'll st I i t'w'"y.hour IIf the day and e\en < ondi'i'in !- 'I ,r aa- 15n1
j : : '..: :: t .,' (
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( weather .ind. overladen! v i'h Y ;1. : F:a. !-V'inonoiv Drijr
> or. U'aa, Fla.
Chicken Obstinsc:, I these he would ,ttei !r',:,lire a !b-n'hc' '

1 police court story T : <. :- =a.d: to distance i to his work. H.. would! i'on' --- --- --- -------
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\ .-rrate "the indifferent: Ii *!.e :.ner-l! start. !':ay. t.n !>n iriiKplete! morning j THE -

,' _'' chicken to K,,od adv n.'ts told. effc t in sunshine. *., !J"<. I'rsst aside for i!

inly at Kin!: toIl, 1 :. wen a (' a similar!! sabject in lJdow] ,, if thesrpne ;

:*'r was charge ,.....:.:.? a !I rloi'ihnl. over or for a noondayone I
1 f..CL! trei!! tly! that hour was reached Iti
p\ AND LAST I II II Barion Hardware
, I am guilty '. stea f..\-1"! I < sahi tl.jt he consequently: sometimes
.. .. I I carried COl1)paQY
iHifEl it JreifUn @u : iuea me p ':er. '- 'Minisx i as v'I..D3S> a Izpn'arieti! !!>" 'I
$ ." < rn out ; bors. .. j of the !'same{ \'iew.-Rt. James' Oazette.
ntD! llmt' Juui ',, 1 1.:1.j -- HKAJ: UARTEKS _
; i' i said to i i': If ;d'j dou ti c; .. '- 1
"
l> i h,; uake. ,routl"U"k! it with tLti Her Self Control."Tlere's American

i 'r Mean $ $ made to all who .1';.1. When I -,: ,. it v.a< iltad. I pnt !I ::: one tiiin'-r I will say," re- re Fencing,

.- ,t ::1l the wage i duln k'juw who i i j marked Mr. MilhoL- "and that is that Sash Doors
I buy oM'd: it.:' I my daughter, Arabella! has and Blinds
or wear them. In style -- I a fine dis-
"1 .judge it W.- ::.,' t'Leb'! !i 1: :aut.! i i position.: i to"Indeed
ease and durability, "Shield Brand Shoes" rei.:Irked the pr'secit(,r. -and I'll not j :" Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,

"\ toe the mark of perfection. pusj. the charge against; the wan'' i Yes, sir. The way she can: listen for Mill and
hours to her Mining Supplies
SOLD BY RELIABLE :MERCHANTS own playing on the violin ,
ONLY Luck. !I Shows remarkable self control.

M. C. KISER CO. Manufacturers. Luck means rising: at j o'clock:! in the Turpentine Snpplies,

morning, living on a dollar a day if Accounted For.

..".,7' ATLANTA. CA. (it I you earn two, minding your own busi "T' e batty awful Laid," said Mabel."Yes Improved Farming Tools]
For Sale by ness and not
S t. 'w MARION SHOE COMPANY I Luck meddling with other poopIe's. : they come bald on purpose. If GET OUR PRICES
, means appointments they Lad hair
they'd !
k4F I yon pull it all out and
hare never failed to keep, trains ;you then all that hair would be wasted,"

I have never failed to catch. Luckmeans Laid Tommy.-Philadelphia Record. J Marion

resource trusting.-Eichange.in God and in your own c .- Ii Hardware Company



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Notice i is hereby given that th.:_r l k-cnb-l Id.niwili, be sul-j: I.i I is 0 ..3.. ,, : -I.: ".' I, j / r "
I I -, ;"- .- < 76 iks ,
at public auction on (Monday theThird ---- :: I! chs w 1.15 Chs s w
Unknown . . blk 24 Simonton's: sub of Sou a, 6,1221, ; (, 10 1$ 5 O. 5 chss3.98chseb.3thss: '

day of June 1937! M. M. Avery . . blk 26 Simonton's sub of ;300 a' 6121| 2:: I 3 92! I ,' 634 chse13chstopob. 2,.: ,, .,. ;

Joseph: Stewart t7' : sub of . . . .1 I .'l i21110 !. _" 76 330 ft gone cor of sit' 4
.
Unknown . . .I.-': t'fl lot 3 anllot6blk 29!! Mcj : Frank Everett . com ?4 . . . .j, 1 'i -. 22
at Ocala. in the County of Marion., or ?" "> :;'uoh th-r ," f a* will be necessary.1 : of sw :
06
.. j I I Intosh . 1612c'lJ. | : ; 3 thence \\' 210 ft s 21"+ ft 10 ,
: to pay the amount due for tax -s herein -<>t nppos1te! the sum together with t M. Waits . 'all' of blk 44 McIntosh . 1712,21'1 i 7;' 3S '

' !),.1 : cost of such sale and advertising. Mrs. M. Bateman . lot :. 3. blk 45 i McIntosh . .1712,21': :, I :! ..6W. I I,, .S

: ryst P. Cromer .18O ft e and w by 150 ft n and v' i : : Unknown 26 chs n 67 de; U
p. j ;. thence n
.
i I blk 62 :McIntosh ''I6jl2'21i! .( ve I
? ,. in n* cor : : min w 21.57! cbs s 34 ch.s l' ( ,
); 1 ------- ----' -- ---- 18. H. Etter lot 1. 2: blk I'4 McIntosh . r; 12:"_1' i H 31 I : 20 chs . . . . i 6n ;: 97J '

ten i t '= = I is. M. Johnson . . lot 74 sub: of . . . |17'12.21' 10 : 2.6I' . . . ".J 4 1 .. ').)' '11 t;. :
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--" I -- .-- I H. L. DtcK-'jn Ex. . w1.! ..f lot 11 \'illin : sub. .IS: .12'21 5 1 1 61 : i Unknown . ; '.- .. '
) t j; -. I'i Walktr'Mr . sI 1 C. Ellis :
nV.en i :\Ir- M. H. coin on t. Miltot R. R. on : 11. .corn i I i

nk f'f'I I F t'n OWNER. I. DESCRIPTION .i' LAND :*= ] ? I: i, I bdy A. Grant. . . . '2U221: ; i I J. P AusleyLeroy swV, of nwk . . .,,61222: ', ".

1: :_; :::: = I x z:: : thence n 47J ft W to Ian.Is of;; w 175 yds n 140 yds : Ie I II
thence
= ,
: :; = '
N. .5 i
. : Mrs. Hick-on s 473 ft tto pi! : I ,'I' :
.7.-0: < < :-0 !. 175 yds s 140 yds . j 5 i 1 75
"f I 1 . . . "! 20[ !I I"I :
r ; ob . i I "
flIt The 1| Peter Bingham .o. .o. 6.32 chs sq in se cor of nee ,* of1 : : I ---r-- I' :M H. Walker '. ':' Kells . . on send of lot ;5 sub of G. I'; : : i .
3 lands of
a bd \\ by R. R. n by
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H2t22: 13 i
hhr," I and inCalnesr4 ... ... sw1; . .I51123| -t $ 1. a.' '! !'! F. Clark Grant 3 Oi
J. K. Christian by Orange ;
n L. L.Miss. reggs 'o. . that part of nw% of ne& and, I i, I I Isa'i :,' Lake Mrs.o Hickson, A I! :01.Ilrt'h'V rler . .oin at se cor of George Col- I '[I'
s by : !
j .-11' lot on Dunn ave nub i! I j !
of of ;
'to-, t nw1* s Orange I I .. Grant. . . . . 211221; 3 I 1 SI
.
:-t.,1 port. j t Creek. . . . . ';;'_),",,,1113to "_ '' B. C. SmithMrs. . . ''SIof 1 : lot 1 fract U. S. G. sur'O'lI: : : : :22Mr. : : I 1 2 7tf oi G. I. F. Clark Grant .I[ !112'221! | I
'
Jrrf't f: ? A. S. Bonham . w% of lot 1 blk 4 r 3 w of I : I : .*. M. H. Whitney . 'lots 1 3. blk 4 Orange Lak1:1:1'! : : 91 thence n 3.15 chs to com pt i! j I I
f .7;:; ; 3.36 chs e 7 deg s 6.31 ch.s i i I jI
St Orange Springs. : : n
Spring 'i i Walker . : : 6S
.Mr.-. H. :M. lot 2 blk 4 Orange Lake . |2lll22lMartin : : I
[1J; A Snuff R. C. McCahey .o. . s% of ne1/ and. e?2 of se% and! I i I I inw'4 ( & Thagard . lot 6 blk 6 Lake J2112i21l! ; i' 1 14 I I s 2.95 chs w 6.31 chs |i ; I! 2 2 t-, "

drops of of se' . . . |32 23'20f': I 5 ;} Mrs. M H. Walker . lot 9 bik 7 Orange Orange Lake . .1>:! 1': : I 6S Unknown . . .!1 e3-4of lot 12 and 3-4 of lot 13: I J I I '&

Tt, b Unknown . 1. . n% of nwH s of Orange Cret'k1321l1231| 35 I 1-tj' 11Ir", M. H. Whitney . lot l blk 10 Orange Lake . .!2ll2'21i : 6S I 14 and all of lot 19 sub of! 1 I'

Un make a R. C. McGahey . .w li of nw ,4 . . . ,.. r 4''0 I 1 65' i I William Burty . "Iot 3 blk 1:: Orange Lake . '21'12'2lMrs. '! : i 6S G I Clark grant..1:? 22 98 I 12 6J

'k of tho Empire Land Co. . nw& of ne' .3411i231; 40 I 1 4" i( M. H. Walker lot 1 blk 15 Orange Lake .'2ll221'Mrs. : : I 68'l : Unknown .n of lot 17 and w4 of lot' | i I I

UnTb Fla. Land & Fruit Co Ld sett of nwi and e>i of sw't34illi23! I 3-14' |l M. H. Walker lot 1 blk 17 Orange Lake ..l21'1221l'Mrs. I 6S : j IS sub of G. L F. C. Grant1:122: / :: 5o !112 3)j ;

1r laf W. H. Baird . . nw'4 of ne Band se1* of nvu4 36111,23! !, 80 I 2 'O'''i'; :M. H. Walker ,iot 1 blk 21! Orange Lake. .|21il2l21; I 68 j Unknown . . ",8.2<, chs n and s on s end ofl! '. I I I ;

1 aS' Henning L. & I Co. . wof ne% . . . .3611'23| 40 I 2 01'la. i ;-)' :Mrs. M. H. Walker . !..lot 3 blk 23 Orange Lake .11121| : I n I lot1: and all of lot 26 27! I 1 I ;

Nc Butte, ] Land & Fruit Co. Ld.s% of seH . . . .!'3611! !23 40 I 2 45,'I I :M. H. Walker . '!all of blk 39 Orange Lake 2112.21'| !. i 91 I sub of G. I. F. Clark Grant!, !U222I100: :: i U 63

A L. I* Meggs . . w'2 of sw ll,* of nw}* .:26'1127J11'!; !21!} 20 I 1 '0'I" i F. Walker . . lot bd st bye;. i '1I : i L. J. Harper . . .I.12.50 chs nand s on n side) i I I I -;:
Orange e
t \ James sf R. H. Young . . ..n% of se% . . . .f 24| SO I 2 45 I I! Greenville n by Grove ave! i! I Ii I+ I of ne1* of nw H . . .I| li!12123:: 25:; : 2 ;:-, ,"

Homes Beckham . ,. of of 1 st s by Townsend . . . .! ; "
the ('ng1t nett se i sw% and s% ofl i Hill st Orange Lake .!21il221';: '! I I.. 67 W. C. .4 of nw 34 .12:12':3'III: :: 14.;
{ . 30 1 1 75 i w by . . . . . .1 I 4112123: '
r sell of sw'% .29111 Unknown .lot( 14 . . . . .125I12I2I! 40 I 2 30 Unknown swV of nw% : 4u 1-1; l
1'1C f Unknown . . . n& of nes of Orange Creek/2911121) 40 I 1 45, UnknownUnknow: . . . lots 2.3.6. 7. . . . 25jl2i2ll50| i 7 3S !I D. Y. Turner . . ..lot 4 ex 3.45 chs nand s by I i< 11i

rh Presld I 1f- Unknown .: . . wt of nw& s> of Orange Creek.30'11!24. 60 I 2 4Marion -' : n . . .,.lot 10 . . . . 25U22l| | 40 i 2 76 .i 6.37: chs e and w in nw con!! 6J12J23'' 37 I 1 95

Dr : other b. Erwin . . sl&! of sw% ex 9 chas sq in Del 1 I I I 'I I Chas. W. White . . all of Thomas Clark Grant ex! I i I I j Henning L. & I. Co. . lots 11S;' 27 . . 1! 6l223il20eV | ';! I 2 34 i

L cor of sw% of swli .132111241! 72 3 7-1 ii 16.81J i Henmng L. & L Co. . of ne% and neof seIIO.1223,112t! < I 3 4t

Charestohit C. M. Smith . . t n%[ of sw% . . .111112119180! I 2t I I' 100 to a T.on M. side Whistonant and ex and!, I 1 I I I! }! I I Empire Land Co. . sa k of ne% . . I10J12I231! I !, 40 I 1185 t i

1 i theM Mrs. S. M. Johnson . w& of sw..I1311219| 80 I 1! S-I a 13.95 T. B. Warrt'n.1! 1221i4I3nwH | I 15 51 ,IA. D. WellsEmpire . . ..w1'- of nw 4and nw'4 of swVilii2i23! !: ', !"II ;, 2 4i .i"
to
t' miles. J P Boyer. . . . s ag of lot 5 and lot 6 ex 10' : ,i I :I, H W. Jon s . . ex of se4 a and wU of ne3 i exi! I I I I II Land Co. . .nw14 of nw% . . IJ'12'23: ': 4+i 1 -...-"
I Ji chs '1.11219! 95 i -I.t; . . . : .
sq in se cor ; I II I Unknown '.n.4w of nw and sl: of nw 14'
el! 1 I *
35
; lots and yds
25. 34
I ex
D1n J F Boyer. . . 1 .com at nw cor Arredondai: i I and To vds and s in| I I I'I 1 ,:. I and w 3-4 of s% . . !'161223360| ; I 8-3;'
w by n
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: r The b+ Grant . . . .12211| :!191! I I I nw cot . . . . 2812I21'110v4 : I ,13 1 Tiller & Harp . ... u, of nw% . . 22U2l23! 40 II I 1 4.>
thence e 22.70 chs 7.46 chs! i I !' A. D. Wells . . of of nei . . .!24I12'23'
( d: t''H. W. Jones . . ., of se1 and \\'Vj of ne% I !'I I iI 1 n%. nc4 | 10 85
on the w 7.60 cbs s 4.25 chs w 15.10: !' I I ex lots 25.! 34 and ex 35 yds*! | I II I L. L. MeggsTilghuian . . nt'l,. of nwVi . . . !281223! | 40 l.fi

r. t 1. of Esterc |r. n 11.71 chs . . . j 'i I I ::3 .3t' : 6a; I I I and 70 yds n and s inj! i I I iI I I & Son "lots, 9. 10. . . .1! S'12'24'133: : 301 ".
e w by
TJI- :: J. Y. Garlington . ot 1 ojr w 1-3 of A. Grant '24 12,19'170ot : : I in 43 I 281121211110! I 713 Unknow: n . . . lots 2, i. 14 '17tl224il2tt! : '! 2.u
the Id for 1901
:" is Jt1 :;, J. Y. Garlington . ... 2 or center 1-3 of A Granti24121917i'! i 110 43 B C ?ai'h . . ''t nw..,..f'.1'cor. f ....L. ''QI1'1: 'I! off. I I 3& ;i! A. D. Wells . . lots 10. 15 and 16 . . '' J1812!| ) 24'12+1I : si

:-. :. Mr. 11 Sallie A. Britt . : aa'4 of swV . . !2612,19: ;< 40 1! Z H I i Mr.S.: C HoustonG . :'sw1 ex a 1 a in' &nw' c'r'a'l; di-T-i--i; i- !- -- i Irnlmown . '.lots 3, 5.: 6, . ''ISI i1 ;m'U't'si ; :3; 44

theboard IL L. Hays . . w% of ne': ,4. . . .1271219: SO ; 3 6-4 i sq of %\! \! I I i Unknown . . ... of lot 5 "d''l of lot; lo IHI4'J": : ; 143
of of sw
no1 lt
u se. J. P. DePass : . StJ. of mvk' . . . ':27il219';' !| !' 8" | 3 6t .,. I; I ex and pi2 of* *,4 nw of se1 and! i'I' I !1M. H. Hair . . com 165 'dsot ne cor of nc'' 1

1.\ of ifrs. S. E. Smith . iW% of seW! . . . ::341121941'!; t 2 0I [' sw% sw 3.161 I I i I : of w4 . .- !29'12 24thente .' 1
of seV 1
I of nw1 ex I '
+
.I"r tain a s Unknown . . n% of nwH of su'lt: . i! 11220: 20om I 1 4::: che e j and w*by 6.32 chs j n and! I I I I II I I w 20 chs s 165: yds: :,,;! i;, i| i 1!
:
yi-: of tuber T. J. & A. P. Krous . at sw cor . . .I i M220'' : I I! !I s ir and e'4 of se'4 ex1! i I Ii i e :20 4 chs n 165 yd- . j I ir, _" 31
1.-\
thence e 24.02 chs B 40 ch. w! i P. Pastell Agt. . . t '
i 1') i in ne cor and ex1: I I I Is I n ::--t Of lot 10 291224: 3'seU '1 :: II.. ,

4.02 chs s 10 ih.w 2'i chs: '! .. 14 i . . . ;'29'12'21'223: ',! : I 12 8IIary ,. . . of nw ,., . . : : : : .1122.1'I ': 4l 1t', 'jIlrnkno'n
J'Jl s 30 chs . . . ; '1 i 7*:) 9,13 ir !1-Mrs. Sawyer' . . _
i .
Tramm R. J. 1 P..t!':".'_' ,, . . i. ('h.s w by 2 chs n and I I i I l.I..t""antl.subt 4 .l.L.s'h+ t
Cammack . \\'1-3 of lots 1 and :2 plat book:. : ,. f'I of i '1 Empire Land Co. . '. of se1 and of > ", : ,
of -Vj se s-w 22 I 12 25 12iif
in i &) n I' ; 11 ,4
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shipment !1.\ 46. . . 1 12 2+' M.40+ ; !! Unknown . ,. . :;: : :
j page ml If I ,' 'j. . . . ,2912! : ::1' 1 I 1 97 :t of sw" *4' . . 22; 12; 21; 4ti 1 4' _
t "
'.. f cents, '. Richard Unknown . . !seVi; of ne1* a}-J r.-t of seij\ : 112 2'M j SO ': :2: 4n: :; WW Lat imnr.: . . <512 ,>f SC11 f stv'4 . . ':29U221I! !: 2+) I 2 j 61 rnknllwlit . . . ,> !., of se1of se14 . 21:;: 1225:; :; Harris -
] . iUnknown I "i . .
atebya| //15 chs t- and w !jr 7 ( h- nand .- i I| H. H. ik.niW . ,>1. tf "" of sN'4 . ':.''!29'1221' : ( 20 I 39 Empire Land Co. tvL_! ot ne4 and nw j and 1I \
JJ' in nw cor . . . 21220' 11."ncom 1 ;;; '. I I : .1
:
bardf! and'
HMr i In its; e Iwl.. of and V of
"\ . . . .. 0" chs II. by t Sa'4 nw ;
Belt.JAS come a te.'i: ch.- \\ oi .- ('or 2122U1thence : : I 1 w in nw or of ne1'; or n\v % :3
'. s no 21: 11.- w 9.4J: ch-' '! ;' y-n"n"wl: . . . ,;,.14 . . . . ::3ttl1160: : I 8-t:51 nknown . . . n'. I1t_ se'j t.r.. . . "t'l" _.,;;; _" 11 i o; 1 t
s :1 ch.e !H 42 (h- . : : U' :; ) 4 1.Il : I Land C 0. n'i '. .J
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C H.u-t..n and "
The Unknown ? n'", of m-1 ex 14.23: dis n I :! tf neL4 . . 7'1"5, so_ 2 -,' >
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( m 2u:: ch.- fIf . !' 21220thenc : : ,
com > H" t"r : . '
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I II Andrew
Otis \vf
b13.3 J
,'. .- ells t- anil t' in' :! Of sw '* of '";ts'c . . _>; I.! _>.V'ft_ S:) iI _
tare (! jy *. W1.; .'I'I h- a H chs: '. 1 I'' I! Unknown . . . :
raj w'! = . '
:i ; cor and l ex com 63:: elk nw 4 of se1'. . . 34: r:! 5III; :! :jj;
R : : legblaUi \| -:. .1 i I w 8.16 ch.1"' lies sIt.:.:. ; ;', I I of ne ('or. . . . .''3212-21; : \ -. C. Townsend . nw s,4 "f Sei4 and ,. .,.;--I of ><.\\. l j., I Iof ,i iC .
IJ.' cSt> 25 deg ;s, to magnolia ;
X. -i : : thence s 5.7'i chs w' 7."2 ni! I Iy I ! : ly passed JGeo.' I tree e 7 deg .- 44.56 ch> n . I' '1 ;7;' I 45 41 Pnkno'\\'D . . : :; >
: *- .1 :;..1 chs e ..n chs > se'i of se'4: . . . . 331'! _a.' 1 41!: i
i : from ;\' 40.26 cbs . . . : i 1247.841 25 x y '': iii! .1, ... ., . . . ,'32121211' !. I Unknown . . . i "
: ; pay . . t ,. .1' com 5.77 chs s of ne ('or. : 2 of ne'i . . . . 36'12'23l! SO :2 45 i
i.. J. Arnow Com 24 chs w of cor 2 12 20': !' \ \ \ I James Garrison . '
I' tho'.ce \\ 6.33 chs s 3.95 chs: 1 com at se cor . 313'1S! ( s
thence n 22 ('h" w. 7 dfg n 11' i i : 1 I 501! 2 05 : :
. :
J{ f633 chs n 3.91; chs )t / thence w 440 440 ;
k ; I yds n yds |i ,i"I!
The Ti chs s :342 deg w to sec line; I j i !! I! I II ; s
nknvwr . . 10 eh.amII! I I i '' !
and i
1:. ''In..l of nw H e 963'ds s 165: yds e 144 yds>i i I (
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e to p o b . . . i 21:: 4 Si '! I I II 1
cor1 !
11: more to'J :. I i w by 23: chs n and s in ne J s 151 yds e 165 yds s 144 ydsji I I II
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Mrs. S. 11. Johnson ,
com :25: chs w of ne cor . 31220': : : I I 4 0 4 I
L h- I h of wU of nwii ;3212i2l63! : i i w 165: yds; . . . .1 j ; I I 140 6 64 !
Sth it thence: s 1::. chs! w 'j 1-3 cli1'! I. H. Walker . :211,4 of set; of neH .!;33'12l21i: 10 i 9 1'1.' x Rawls ... . I'nw ,4 of sw1*: . . . '::10:1311910: ; : 3 44 }
. : 16;:;
7 and was n 12 chs e 81-3C'l1': :1'1 \\'ilhanlrshanl William . esid... of %i I i I.I ; II. . . : : : 1
J Waterman Johnson . . ;5;50 e and n on ne I ( \ Jones ,isfe . . ll'1319'3'rtI '1! : : IK 41 1lrs.
3 :
I of about com 331-3 chs u of m- cur 12 2U'I I Of n\\14 . . . .!i33'12i21l 1 11 1 3 0 I I B. Mason: . . .jne! l* of ne-t, .I311319! 4"llrE + 3It
Jt;; ; thences 12 chs w :63:: chs n' 1! !I S. H. Gaitskill . . .snof r 4" !I33H2I211'! 40 I 2 7IMorri ; II. Jones . of ,7. 1
'jn ; 81) 1 I
12 chs e 262-3 chs .1 i I 32naU : 4 tH .. MoniitaMr. . i33'12J21I' I II st'i'1" 4 44
:
of nw % Jones . . i
J !com 5 c' of ne cor ne4? of '
W. S. Broome ... . r I I! i I 2 03e ;;
Williar ex 26.33 cbs n.and. s by I '
I i is n"I
I 10 I I
!
74'' then > chs w 5 chs n 1 P. B Garrison :. . nS: of j i I
9.50 chs e and w in se cor 41:20113: ( ;; I 4 i i :5; -q: 11 ,
4 Gilman : John Adams . . cht' Oak Phos Co on *- side. . i22 13J19; 60 I 47tI }
| I I ;
I ''
6{.19 cbs e and w b15.81 chs .
I .-. M. H. Walker . i I II .
1 7 1 I cOIr e of sw cur of neV4 I Unknown . . .'e4:> of s\\1. of se'44. . i'!0 !li l 1
York. C{ 4 4 I
7,12201100; | 161.
i n and s in ne cor..I, ; Ij. I .133l:1';! : i Unknown . .. -f
J J Robbins. . . com 15.S1 chs .- of ne cor : 7 12i20! i ithence : nwof se% 0 f'I i . .\")'):ullIM\ \ I 1 ql 4
; COO as ; 10 chs :20, chs w1! > i Unknown . . . :
n I
1" net
I I { of seH of sw i 4. . 26,1319', .
SO chs .- 24.19: chs I I I itt 1 1 ;\ i
w I I \\6 i 1 S'1
ti rey'sThe firs . "4 ) chs : Lizzie DeBusk . .el,:! ofuw'4. . . . . .;- s+II i r. .>: f
((191H ,
+ ch-
e SO chs n 24.1': I 1 <6;1 i ,
;; I Mr.Al H. Walker nw'4 :331221: : ; Flruida Land Co. . eC :;-\i\ ,
ell
of .
,. ':. ., Heirs of E. M. LeEngte .;( and s>_. of 11" 't . 101220'24' .> I H 4J MarClemments : : : 2'I I :: 4" . . ,."; ."'I 3 ''J .),
id by 7.:V chs e D. B. Morrison . i .
s
, 8Wof . : '
,) Unknown . . sq a in s w" cor of -\\ >4 '''l'' 1220 1 > of" 'I John -t1.,19.! 4o 7.; i .
.: Td 4 B. DePuis . . . 1M220thence : : : r cor of no'i: : Sherman of sn'31 .. 1 +".">
A. com at se co' : . . . ;3311221: : '; 5 1 1.4. H .r of T. W i-ii-i':5: 'iKii ; Il i3lS| J i
f i!', '..' in answei n 31.3n: < hw :;.1, ch- i I Is E. P. Duft"ini al- : ,( Wallace- Green ., lf Wl0 of :<.lli. ;: 12
of "
; 6.36 ch w 4.*2: '!hs .s.:. ch-; i i ; ne44 and sl > (>f gt L" 1 t'r
",. Inquiry > > J. A I of 11\\1 . 341221: : !II 1 5 0 "
, S chs. . . . I 22 I. Zi i : ne and ne l" of S,>',j \ \ l.", _>t11.1 S
1i e i i R 4. Hick-on of i.wi . :341221; : I") !9:11 L Kmgcade . .'com ; .
Vor'of
: says that] 'lImatnl'c..r'f i . i.;; 12: 2 11 1 llti. :0& ; ft e of 'w !
,
.,. J. P. Lazier . . ..( !si\ L tf, Light by 1271! ft n and ': I i !
1
% j i ne1 of . . . '
i L.:' 4 ,; :', lie is alwf thence w 102: cit26.35: : tiweht -' j i.f"s -i4 of nw1* '241221::: 20 ', 1 9t' iI \' 11 13 : "-
"' ", 1O.:' chant -outh l*>.2!* 'i ; EinjtirrLand '3ol2'2l'! SO I 2: ;3't. I i thence t- 2\1 ft n 2.jS i w" ::'i.S : f

chs n S9 dt'g1 nun *. 11.l'r '! II .i-"t,.r Br.. .\'" of! I J. J. ,: ft S 20s ft. . 'i I I.., 15 iI
;.', ,; John T ,\, (' .l' ot n':" | McMahon . .., ne% of 9V a i. tor"Ana f
chs s 86 dt-g 4" min c9 thn43. '3tj'It'I: 1 19 1 : <
. . .
t' too .,.4 chs. : . . . i; ,>.> -5 ?4 ; Hutif Turner '! I J. Hand ;,' \ on \ side . . . ''1613. 20i; 37.50 2 752"'f .i
t ,, 1:. 121r: >f sr cor of Scl4i I j L. J. Johnson . . . . . "_' !, :
;: $l :;. Geo. Washington . com at nw cor t .It ':36'1221.: 1 J- Hand J. Johnson : I)! 13 0i32 1 11'. 42: :

Geoi' thence e: :!..>;n t h.s 6.3S dlS' I! ft e 41S ft s 418''! 1.' i i I! I;!I 3.: R'. fie 1 . . ..n ne 124. . . "]9'1:1' : xu : ,' I 7 1I .
000, 20: chs +(J.:57 chw 7.\6' I I : j com 16 chs s of ne cor of i.
w s . . I 4 : 21:l 1 :\\ jl. ::1
: . . '' : :', 33":; I thence s 16 > ;! i
cipal own chs n 1.73: ch;> I Th.. >.-. L. ;SiMrs. : isrt and -tll ch" w1 'I'I I I chi w 2 I chs 1 16 1

; '. s'. Robert L. Smith . com 157V" feet <' ot >w' cor of : ;.; . . '!2312221: : : :!i Ichs I I Susie M McMahan. . ''e>cb e 20 chs . . . !13., ,: 3 3-5 t
,
'. good new i ne1* . . . . 1612i20; : : i I 31s chs st i I 1i | I S. H. and J. .J. McMahan Jn'VV . ."=) 13 -)j:31f: 112, 47

t '.. r thence e 1571 .feet n 691 fet i' I Iw i I chs w. . . !I'' I 1 601 18 1 Charlotte ,Sherman !; 4"! of n H of nel* . ':2M3'20.; ;. 6'1 7o

; ; '. Mr. Char-. 157U ft Sti...1'I! '), 2 35e I FannitHo.. . . '24'12'22i' ; 28 I 2 4 5 M. P. Thompson . I I ft:ehs St* I sw cur of .sw !l23:13J20! 4 I 1 14 '

'. R. L. Whittington . % of neof nt'l, of sol4 17 12 20: ;5 2: 05; Empire Land Co. . . !.24112122! 40.251 2 fl 5 Francis Brown .;?S }jot ?e-%". ... . . .124(131:6/ ,( ; 4024U3I20I 3 9.

: memberraiyned Unknown . . 40 chs e and w' by 21 chs n and' ': }, !! '!, George Ellis 6.32! chs n and! I I I Mrs. Johnson" ". .' ne'/ of sw'i of ** . . .1; !! ; a1 I 2: 3') 'J

.. f7 1 s in se cor : . . .':IS'1220ilOft! 4 74 ex chs e and w in! I : 1 I Dan ScOti1. . . .! 2 of sw ii of sw% . 24'13120-! !; :. 3)) \
Mrs. A. J. Taylor . .w& of neH and a 3-4 of I I : of se .1413I20! 3 9.!
': New . . .!2512'22i 33 1 IMrs. 2 2 5 Susan Williams . I In : 41
: ; nw 4i of set ex 9 chs sq in > !i j I Fannie Hobkirk and si, of na' I i I I If i Noah Scofield . . .. 34 of s \ 1.1. . . . .',24'13120! 4'i I! J-* d j
,
-.. life YOlI1-- sw cor of sw4 of ne1-;* . .. 1,20101!> 5'04 sw L 4 ex- sVof! !; I Henry"Gatreil . . n7 of net; of n\\74. . 1'-13"1' "j 1 .1* j'
'
filed James Little . . 21.62 cbs n and s by 37 ch? e'' I I |! I, nw. r% . I25il2i22l80! ;1 I 19 0]L Mrs. V. DeMere . :*? of nev4 of nw% . i25iU2n'; : 2" 1 *)'[ -E
and w in se cor A Grant !191121201! : 80 i I 6 34of Mrs. FannitHobkirk -t .5. I 1 nl 2 ofne% of se% of nwv. andiJf! \ I J
and !
a
_
2. .. i. 1.0 Unknown . . . n nwti of nwH A Grant .!.I1912'20. ;'! 20 i! 1 25 :'n14 in triangular of se-j* of shape ne1.i in se cor! j j I I J I Mrs ri M. Johnson. .1.'..s1"* of s eL'. . . 2713120: 85 :; 37: tl I

< Tobias Anderson.: . s 1-3 ex 44 a to Blew {rre-! |! |! |t. of neU of ne% . .!26ll2'22'! : ': 15: | 3 3Iatt1t 6 i Sauney Pinkney . .! of 'L. . . .12811U'| 40 ,
dontia Grant. . . . ::20'12'20H29!: 5 74 MerrionClifford . ;sw'of neU . . . j ; 4u< ,; 4'
J. P. .
2 .
3
;' Wi':: of se14 . . . !26i2.22l; 80 !16 Falana . .128i1 Oi: : (
.
'
{. smator1 S. M. Johnson . com 28.26 chs w of sc cor At: i i I !I i f Orange Grove Co. and 2-5.501 \ I I I j420 f sq in sw cor of eti.. of !. 1 !I
of
h . . . 21,1220'' wl-I of n': ne'ij I .
!,: i '
; w Grant '' : chs n and s by 20 ft e andi |I I I ii I Isaac Kingcade . %I .. . . 81OI! 2 1 67:
new coup thence w 1l.chs; n 1S.75!! !I I''I I i i w side of swH of ne1/1' I t' I Mrs. t r. DeJIere .:n : of neH of set 4 . .29i13120i! ; 2inwl I I 2 7o
chs e 11.74 ch> s 18.75 chs. I I i:2 i 335 w on of net! . I
side of sw% 2712'22i: | 21 I 59 7 L W. CrivalierFleming . 40 1 2 7S
F northerncounty. Nelson Floyd . . com 12.63 chs w of se cor A'!' !' I I I T. H. WhiteMr . and on chs n of sw cor of nw>4l i Davis ..e. . ', of sw?i. . . . WMW; 40 :; 4 61!
. 'I i com 7 e : .
. . . :
Grant .' I Ithence W. and J. McMahan n\\'l of '33il3'20'!, 40 3 _'3.134I13LD1
of swV . :2TJ12J22J | T/4 : ;.
,. .-,,. thence n 23.75 chs w ..3. c-hsl i I I I *l)3' chs"n 20 chs w''; i. I I I I IE. M. RansomSallie . se% of .! ;! 40 I"' 1
:; I i I I i
sScbsw8.:6chss18.75I!
: i ; I Jones . n re of ne% of sw 4 ., | 1113121! 20 1 i 4
26: chs 6 che 3 chs sl! j I I I I I I -
: :
34
| chs e 15.63 chs . .1 I I 133 !! 5 I "I 1 com 396 ft e of 1 J
Senator .
sw !
a road nl| I I .121131.n.|
. of % of ne'j of ne% At! I I i 15 chs ex 20 ft on 1i cr. : .
% sw i thence
George Floyd I . . . I !I16 i 142E j I e "I n 418 w"l04! | i I .
; f
directing l- : : side f
Grant, . . . . i22H2'20'! 5 t 173; ,. F. Ka.nm.IJHeirs . : I s 418 ft. : -
I f .I[ t 1 I
; ..s : : ft of sw cor of! I . . j(1
11-2 n
Al! I I : corn I'
of .
t Kirby Sm{ Frazier Oats . ... % of nwH of seV. ne'4 I > G.lull .I i e and w on w side "of '
2Sil2-22i I !
!
Grant .j': ;5 I 1 351 i set: of net* ; //H. I 1 I .,
al I fcw/i of sa''y. . . .1! :13'1 1"_ 1 _
statuarruited Rhodes Whitington ... com 3.77 chs s of ne cor of nw j ji I thence n 4.621'hi': e 6.50 j R hit>: . . :: i I
'
Stj i % A Grant . . '2212'20: }i, chs s Vi21ells:: w 6.50 ch I 3 120S.iij 1 4i .4 c'h ex 7.0 chs sq inl'! I ; !

thence s 1623' ch<- w :2rt chs; 1 ; i i of L. J. P. Bishop : che and w by 2o chs ni; '! I f fI Israel White . . I.(4 ne . . . (!' 3:13:1: : !' 3; ; 3, ')'
triuus milt I '2S'12'20: 13 I 2 6''com '0 I sw% ex 7.40 chs in'' i! 1
of
neH. 1
cor
n 16.23 chs e :i'u+ c !hs . i :32: i iLewis 4 341 I and s in se s ;
Floyd . . ,kit 6 A G ranU 1) of . 231220'' l-.IO' 3 ....'j,j Mrs L. Y. Porter . !'. 4 chs w of se cor of I '! I I B. P. Hull . . . .'com ne hear for im . . 3'132135' 't> ')a
i
t, '! ' ";, : : sw1. . . . ":!S:12:21: : I chs w of ne cor of &' i i I I I
They ...a.; I' 1!, thence w 6 chn .1 chs e6, i iens I a ofns4eh'ualA" . I;3:13"11:; ; :! l

the bill t| J. ,, G. sur . . . 2u 12'20': ; i iI j S :1 chs . .'' I I 3 7 i:3 18.16 ?" 's"2o"chs< I f
I '! tardy Lee . . lot 4 blk 1 J. A. Harris:: plat; i }''I! I ( CLhs n 10 chs e 8.32 chs! I v J
inr thence s 16.SS: chn 85 dep i ij ; ii j jI : ?
; liquors : 1 . '2S'1222:!! ; I 1 1 H. n 10 chs. . . . i I : ,
I 30 mm e 9.:>t) chs n 16.13 i !1I I : Citra . . ?j G. Hull . . .:.se : 2' i
the house] .; I chs w 9 46 cbs . . i 'I 5.30 3 65 T. H. White . . ..bik: 2 and 40 ft e and w on! IP I I 4 of st'1 ex w' of nw1 of! 1: i
c
Er:, looks to :. Johnson .:lots 1 and s ex !:: ohs n and i : 1 :, side of blk 3 J. A. Harris! i ', j ji 1 1I tj I W 1 by 10 se'4 and 315 e I I I ft
Waterman I 135 o chs D and
'. i i s on n end of lot 1 fract U.: '! '! i i I tj I i plat Citra.'S'1-122! j 71 s in B I I f _

? bill will 1 j S. G. sur. . . . "'11"I. '"'! 5S: 454A. .' V;-,.. K L...' . . 'lot' 2 blk 4 J. A. Harris plat! I I I I II J H. Bur . . 'I,3.16 of cbs sw % of sev4 . .cor. .I-IUI211] 40 -1 ,1 .

I lots 3. 4, 6. tract I" S. G.-. : I I| Citra . . . . 1 '12122! 1 1 260 I nand s by 6.32! chs el. I 1 I ;1 1I 1
... . i and
tl, :. Every I B. DuPuis j sur . . . . .I22il2l2ft.114.96, ;. 7M |, \.V.::. H. Htrr-'U: . .!i-1.- .. of lot 2 blk 8 J. A. Harris: i f I I John Wright . . ..I: n 3-4 a of in jsw cor of se% .' 313121! 2 !. 1 44 "
13 in of of: ) I i '. Citra .I1121221, 5 6' Israel White na> % of nw% .1 ( ) 30 _O :'j
chs
David Burly ... .. .. .. sq se cor ne% i plat . . .+!se% of 41l121 i
f :.. article by I ne31. . . . . .!'26124'!: ; ,: 26'lf20i A. L. :Moore . . ad Citral! ;il222'| 1 3' ehurch. . . tol .
,
Steele's 53
G. O. 4 I'
( caso, print C. D. Sanders . .:n% of sw ,.< of net. . ; 20 1 05 1 'lot 3 blk E, Remmermand .t corn 5 chs 1321 I 3. ,
R i. Hall . .In% of sw3i of sw'. and sel.4'' I I I f A. J. Douglass also I I I I eof nw cor of swt' 6134.1)! I
Mrs.
Septa thence
for April, I of S\\''4 of :iSW..* !26Li20' 0">0 '! 1 "j S. Bryce. //\\,1'+ of nt-I. and n% of s&44! I I I I II I II I 1 20 chs w 15 chs n 20 "

t' Iowa Heal J. C. Denman .. .Ise,. of sw% . . . .126'121201-10! !' 2 4i':'; i,I I of ntr'4 . . . .131112122! 60 I 537' Susan Boyd .. .Ine 1 cbs t' 15 chs . . . I 30 I 7 .i
%
: ( tors ought : Mrs. S.: J. Denman . .Ie% of net 4 of sex; . .:i27i2'20'; 2(' 1 1 -11 I J H; and W M. Porter ,,tz jf I.: of n14 of nw14 '131112122! 10 I i 114 R X. Johnson ... .In% of of ne% . . . 9'13,21 40 1 5\1

a t )Irs. S. M. Johnson . .:com at nw cor of neV of se4'27l2i20.: j ; f. U :Milligan !,WI4 vf s' uf sw . !, 10 I 91 se% of ne% and s% O 1 I i
t tide, but : : I :\IrS; E.hJcdY.Jr.' ; and by 8.1! chs! I I W. S. I s. of SW 4 of ne% . ".
thence s 18 cats e 6.36 cbs ni i! I f 1 :. : .! cbs n s I Stewmasr' . 91221! !, I 4 227o
i i
; formation 8 chs e 3.64 < :hs n 10 ('h,1'I I, I e and w in se cor of sW141 I I i : .. '. ..s',4ofse3lofne!e % . .1 S,1:211:0 I : I :

t. 10 chs . . . .! i 1 !I1;; ; I of ne1,4 . . . .321121221 7 I 1 44 ,! 3i of sw ,4 ex n% of ne1';7'O I I j'Albr
ton! : it the.a in! I I i I R. G. Wright . . 20 chs nl) I I I G. sW i. . . . . ;
J. I!. McEwen . . |se% of sw?4 ex 10 cbs sq i 19 cbs e and w by I. Hu. . "!com 122113J21 f 50 3 75
I'. i j ne cor . . . 33 12 201 30 i 12 15I I and s in nw cor . '.1S211221 38 I 1 91 1[ at ne cor. .. . . : I '

Messrs.editor 70 yds e and w bv 140 yds nl I I !i I J K. Christian . o. 'sw'4 of se% . . . ,,3211, 40 1 61 1' thence w 1050 i s 420 e 210 1 I
. f
f" Henry Scarbro ', and s in ne cor of w}i of nw! I j I J,Try St.el-! . . 7.01 chs sq in ne cor of se'.! I I I 1 Amelia Turner f s 21.0 ft e ft n ft. I ( I I 6 1

.b : of 0. I 14 of net . . .33'1220! | 2: ; 1 41H of se14 . . . .132121221 5 I 1 91 . .Co' 10 chs s of ne cot of se'F 1 I fI I : f

: K. Taylor if,,_ . . .e% of nw% of nevi of se14'3411220' : 5; 1 ::2 '1)"ilO -, ; . . com at se cor of n% of se'41 I 1 I I ; of ne1 . . ..
Tom Taylor ; cbs n and s b15 cbs e and! 'I I I I j of ne* . . . .I33H2I22! 1i I II thence 40 f m 105 n .II0IUI2 1 .
casI . . . i f
in the Unkno\\"D.
f:' W in nw cor of ne4 of 4'35'1220i' 15 I 10 73 I thence w 20 chs n 4. chs e 51 I | 1 I Dr B. P Wilson . i e 105 . . . 401. I 1 2 2 7'
'X.GonrnQYt I! .' 5l221l! ) 1 1 chs 6 chs! { j ji ..w of s e4 of I
t Y ( Preston ... .. . com 33.73 chs w of ne cor chs n 6 chs e 5 s I : 4 nw4 of nw(4 I
t of noloEnglish L F. thence s 6.811 chs se 120 ydsl; I I I 1 I 1 1I I i 1 e 10 chs s 4 chs . .I! i, I 13 I 3 96 and 21% chs e and w on e I

.. C .. 't e6.61chsn10cbs \vSchs'.I< I 1 5 1 :97 F. Kamir.sk: . . '209 ft e and w by 418 ft n and! I i I I IS . of nW?- of ratty of nw r'.4 sldel 10 7.501 1 81

$ : rj'rememberthad Unknown .. ... .. .,I com 42.53 C h. nw cor .i! 5il221! i it ; in nw cor of ne% of ne1,4'33f1222[ 2 I 3 92 Lucind. Stewm Jon .". ."w. % of ne'4 of nw?; of nw U21' I 5 1 61
t" -' thence s 12.74 chs e 15.31 chs! \ I I in IrH K :M..\'h--r! .8 chs sq in ne cor of nw33H2i22! 6.40J 3 92 com 206 ft s of nw corof % //10111121 1 I
.
t 2.25 cbs e 13 deg n 16.32! | j { f ,-- I. H.rr"r.v''A. . . :com at sw cor of nw% of; i I I I Ii of sell . . . %10(13I 21 1

a cart chs n 34 deg w 9 chs w .a 6...-I. .I I I 32: :.l i ne% . . . . .!33il222ij I thence e 420 f n 480 ft W -1201) I I \ I '

\ ; which te V :.1. M. Avery ... I com. at ne cor,, . . .1 i 6 12i21jthence I 'i I j thence 5.83 chs n 12 cbs'!: I I ii i'I I Elliott Cheorough ., f 1 s 480 ft. . . I 1 -.661) 1 81 _. j
I andI ,
_"_ h1110 chs!, I I IS I 12 chs 10! I 1I I tlk 1 .1 I
... but when 'j s c I I w 15.83 chs s e Elliott Reddick. . '| 1 61 :
t;;::. 20 chs w 41.63 chs n 40 deg! I I I : I I chs. . . . . .i i f I I 19 I 2..7 Mrs. M.Chesbrugh. . .. lot lot 2 tlk 2 n ddlck. . . .I,101111211 I 68
E
was intsallrolling w 2050 feet e 2S.79 chs n 19.401! !I H '.r. : J L P. B.-!hop 'com 10 chs w of se cor of ne%! I I jJ. C. DuPee Lght. . 2.. 101.579 2 blk 5 Reddick. . . I 9 69 !

in t ehsetopobex6atoSi-I: I I ; :| of nw\i . . . 3312i22! | i I ( 101119 .1 blk 7 fled-t I !

I monton. . . .1! I I : .4 2- ,,;; :i I> thence w 4.15 cbs n 6.90 cbs! I I I I H. G . dick . } .
3
ing by met"Abrams M. F. ',1Inonton . .I com 65.0S chs e of nw cor .! 6112121' I w 89 ills n 6.73 cbs w 4.961! I I I w. S.' Danhy Stw. . ..lots 4 1 .S' Llk;j'. { ...iJ8SBI: : : 16 1 f 1 ;

f w\ thence s 18 deg 19 min e 10.441 I chs n 6.37 chs e 10 cbs s 20! 1 1 lot 8 9 "'- 19 "! I 1 I I

t I cbs s 72 deg 59 min e S.:3 chs! I I I. chs ex 2 a sq in nw cor to! i I I.I 1 .1 G Danby. . . LI 9 Reddick. 1. .: .11011311! I 3 06
$150. of
tf. n 18 deg 19 min w K chs! I I!. I t I church and %a in ne cor tol! f R. A. Boyd . .. al 10 Reddick. . .! I
!
t.' w 5.82 chs . . . .I I IMk 1 Ij 2 c. ,- school . . . . 1 r : 1(0 ; 3 2i I G Dnby .-. .'." . lot 1 8 i and 9bik 1 Reddck. : : 2 7 't

'; .. 1 .Simonton's sub of 300! : I a. '-:' Dui of swfc of sett of se',, SSSll :2' j U M loll la +
Unloiown ... ... : ., j'I A . .II0113!9
Bbbptt. lot 1 I 61
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>' . 12.50; chs c- and won w "sade' oti! i-I| > .j.-w-i, : i . . . . M se'4. .13211420I! 20:! 'S161
J. sw 14 of sw1-* . . . ,l1:13: ;21. 25; i 4 2 Sara Dutkett . . .ii '"a of -, :-4 x TH yds -HJ in Mi \" 'piN4I 71 yds a and w on e side of ne14; I I I .'
i8 t. :.\ .... Hicks . . com at nw cor of se1* . ;Hil3'21| I i cor of ne :4 of se. '4 . . ..31:139: I 5 741 of nt'I . . . .!36IUi201$ 6 1 ti7 '
thence 6.67 chs s l&S ft w ,!I19j| j '! I 1 Unknown . . ..s1* of -w'* i-f nw?* and w'oi; : ( 1I I !f \V H Redding. . . e1:: of sw14. . . . .I\1114111; ( 73 2 Mi
ft s3chsw ?:";> chsnS'i i j I i I Ihs 1-; I e*:: of sw 3* . . . .34. 13'22'! : 50 I 5 74I Dan Kensler. . . nW ?4 of sw's . . . 4 i s: :n14b
. . . . .T1 I. i'j'I!! 5 I 2 74 i jj. AI Priest . . 's. 3-; .if nwU? of ne1* . . ;,3513! .22j; 30 !, 1 651! K J To\\'nsend. . . w'. of nw14 of ne?4" . Hi21; 20
11 John .MorrisonS. . . s"I ,.fnf-I'4. . . . . '1213'2U' So I 415 :1 Philip Jones . . >\ '.. .f II'X' 70 yds, o andvi i iI I G L Hayn-... . . st' J,4of 8W 4 and swig of ? I I I II.i
: 1 M. Johnson . .- 14 cf nw' '4 oi nw >4 ..i nw1* I ': ,I hf' 1.;>> y .- :: a.1' .- m -u i..r 'J., 1.3 '_ 7b :6 : and 6.32chs n and s by St'1 I I I
1;: ami" n'a;: of sw1* .rf nw1* of' !iit i : Philip Jone,1.-: of nv4 ex 711'd". e and w'' 1 I'I, I I chs a: and n' in nw cor of se1of : ;

14 . . . . 13 13,21: 10 'I :2: 90 ny 1-111 > Jj n and s in sw tor.' I : 81" . . . .. 9iH1! 47 .' :3 74i
1 Sallie Small . . w :3-4 of n\\ '4 of sw1* . . ::1 J13i21i! 30 I 11M I for I!,'i5' . . . 3V1322: 78ne1 '! 6 561 Alfred White. . . ,tom at ne 'or of se's of 914! 1
V* -Unknown . . . In ens e and w by 1:; chs! n and I! i i I Philip Johns . . of sw4 and n 3-s of nw1* L' i I : th.'nl't' W S.16 'hs s 6.rl: chsee I 1 !
'5 'l s in ne cor ot nw1* ex6.33! i j i I / ; of sw1 4 ; 55 I 3 i41 3.lti chss3.61ehse5ehsii 19 4 I ; /
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( hs sq in ne cor. . . >13,1321; | | 11 3 36 General Duckett . -,.1-. of "<. ': ;: : : : 4!! 1 1i 2 ;:; c.Its. . . . . . .1 I I 7'j i, 2 ?-
R. A . . Hfiihiitj L. & 1. Co. . .,- ;J-4; t'1. of . t !,kith n. . . . I JJi
i Boyd sw14 of nwi . . . 14.13.:1: 40 2 76 i \ 4 s.\ \t ;Jtj is :jj 44M6r13i23j ; :3' neE of se14. . . . .1 I 9)1 41,1 I i 2! 4-
J. M. Johnson . . .s'2 (.t! ,t'4 of nt4. . :14.1321, ; | 20 I :2 30 L. L. AhggsAI. . . -e1* of ::-t.I. . . . . .. Jl.i23i4olot : : 2 II;; i 1 Willie Tu" :1:>eJiOI. . . luau! ,It S. .or of selq of. .110114 :1 i I
E. J. Johnson . . .sV. .:' -" >* ..r 112,4. . . 114132120: | : I :2 30 I AI. Grantham . . 22 ex 33 ft e and w on e 6.1323: ;| i :: 451! tho III .. 4 20 chs n 3.18 chsl! : !!
Peter Small . .ni;:: hf S.I4. . . . . ;.1413,21180: ,, I 63 Dr. C. E. Hammon . lot 24 ex 7 chs sq in nw sidel: ; 35 3 44' .' 7.11 .h" n 3. deg 30 min \\1 I !: i :'
: William Sherouse . ,lots ', t> 1B nt'dct's sub ofi I i | I Tnknown . . . :7 chs sq in nw cor of lot ::4. 4! 6.13I23; ; ; 5 j 1 25 3.-: 111'" e 11 chs n 13.i' chs WI i! I i;,
.: n.-i 14 . . . . 15J13211! ;: !; 15 \ 3 06 I L. J Hall . . . lot 15; . . . . .1 713i3i10! 1 1I 1lrs. 1 45 ::.,i t.:tIs s tj.3: ehs w 16.05 ebsl I I I I I i
-1. W. S. Stew man . 'ilot(; 7 lienedcti's sub of ne1.* !151131Hf!: 4 I 91 I :\ A. S. T. Hall . lot 2'1. . . . ,; t.\ .:: 4t1, : 165 s 13.7 7 l'h;;. . . . 1 1 ; :,; :S :Ii
: L.1.. SherouseM. . .; :lots :25 i and 26 Benedict's -ub oine1 ; : i: Unknown . . . !. .; I. . . . . 7 njs 4se1 451::; 1'\ "hHP. . . . .6.32! dlS r and w by 3.16 chs n4/ i I
. . . . . 'f !| L. J. Hall . . ..f .-\,, andv ] of f and in 4 !
.) :* 1513'21.!: 20 I I '2 22 I : a 4 s..I" 1'0:133.: MI I II 2 b4 s :se cor of sw' ofl I' I i .
5 blk 6 FairnVUl . . \ Unknown . . -. ', ,.f nw and ne1? of .10 I. nwl. . . . .
I 0 J Jones . . .lot 713,21j: ;, I 91 I : 4 : sw 13)231) 80 2I 4 4 . ::; i i I 1 43i
R. T. Crouch. . . 'lots' 4 5 6 7 S 9 blk 13 Fairj!! j i I I }I" H. Harrison . . 10 chs e and by 11 chs n andi!: I j, i I J L COUI 5rh" s If nw 'or of s3 : I i ;
0 : !! field . . . . [:18.131211! I 3 06 I ( in se cor of sw' ** of nw' !15113i23 11 1 15;: i I thdU'. I I'hs e 35.68 chs n 7 10IH121{ I i I'
. lot 3 blk A 1 J. AI. Madden . . com 3 chs s of nw cor lot 231913! {23! i d' 311: 5.05
J. W. Davis ;; Bishops; ad Fairfield I I I ; g } i.n w chs w I t I
. . . . . il2il3J20i! I 214 I thence s !8.50 chs e 15.30 chs n'' I i I| I.3o I ; .; J. : .3.5:. I I I l'I 211
1 .' Jno. Parker . . :lot 3 blk K Bishop's ad Fair-1 1 I l I ,. t hs \. 3.3I'; .-II" . 'I :3 4.1 J L wile! y. . . t'.m a: :' ro'r of n16 of sw'.110114/:1/: I .
field . . . . .11213'2! 14 ;| L. S Aloody, . . III:! IIf 11 Y. 1-1 . . . ;;11 13 '.> I'll :: li4 th\Jll.' II, 1"u l'hs a 3568 chs sl I I I
!j J. J. Barr. . . :11.50 chs n and s on s end of lot' i Unknown . . -eU of iiw'1" . 2< ,13 .3'I" 1 tI i ;; tI.\I ; \ nun a 10 chs w I :
.\.. T. Gunter . . r.e'4 of : :. . : : '' : i 111" . 35.951' .
; 1 blk 1 Benedict Heights. ,IMS'Jl 6 : 11 : 111..1. 2313'23: 40 { 11,1 t. . . I :;1.201;: :! 'Ii "
;; J. J. Barr. . . . '45 ft e and w by 210 ft n and: : Barney Baldwin . 6.33 chs e and w by 9.5'i; n and, I i ; I Iu, \\s.m.! . . s :!": .f t I:: .,f 8\\14. . . 110114,2! :.: I 4 H
s in ne cor lot :3 blk 1 Benj : *-- : 1 s in nw tor of sw-4 of se1* !J3413J23: ;:, 6 I 3 ti::; I \11111I" 1ros & 1t 1 P"lla't.l,11j.J' ; h, .. :tld wby ti.:3.cbs: pl! I : '
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i j diet Height . . . ;Ud311: I 221 torn 110 yds n of .sw cor of I i j I I : anti ;111 IIW 1'01' Ilf ssi t4 oft 1 ; : I f.
I L. L Harvey ;'lots 15 16 blk 1 Benedict! : J !i ij : I 1: sw1* of se1* . . . '34'13.23iJ47 '! ;: \ I s.4 . . . . '1I:14': '1 1" 1 60;:
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i j Heights . ,1813,21120jtot.s I 191 I. y.i. yJ" 1 i i1 .t 0111 di! 1tillIll : r of >\\ 14. . ::1tJ'14) 'I i
i l M. J. Crosby . ; .1;;; 16 blk :2 BenedRli | i l jHeights j l: : 1- .' 'pl,1'! I <111< hw with 1I i l .. "", chs -= \ h" A 351; i I
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; Shack Williams Heights. .1913121 1ft< 76 I i 1 runt .11 >r of \\ 4 OI! -1:1111-1:1: : It 1
Unknown . ": '. :: : : lotSblk4B nt'dktHoightI" .1911.521! '!; : Mlots 271; 'I i sq ,, nw1* I t :""tr '\ 1 M 1 chr7.:.4 t p, t' 61 j '"
9 10 11 12 blkI of su 14 . . 35,13: 23; ". I7: .i. : It. ch .. .J. ':, .
I A. J. Crosby . . Benedict! \ I : . : : : I!" 11 20, I I' I
. 'Heights. ,'. . . . :19132l,4e" 1 : : ,, I :,31 'I' ". nw1. of mv'4.'" '\\' i-I. . ,1351321'' ; 1 1. 454V; chlot :- . . . . .1 I : i I': I .:-, <<
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; Ben Sam . .t of lot 24 blk 6 Benedict: i i. '. ". ". -. !-4 -r' -..1+ . . . '3IiI3-I1I:;. : ': N.ai 'i" .\- nsend. . . i ': h1i, > ,Martin . . .11'.14.:1' : I :; 44
. Heights. . . . !191321! :513oo 3 06 '. 's'I . . . .j: 1324 IMI; ': 641! Br.dt.. .: nd Euil.-r. . i lot 1 hit: .1!AJartin. . . .flUIHI11:! ; 1 J:,
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; L S. Light . acres on s end of fU of] I I G.:. B.H.P'trr.n.HITI".JI.! '! ... !i"t :J . . !f 13: 24 4"l 165 i J L'I!.. .t . . . !ol- :: ,; 7 8 blk 3 Martin .J10 1421| I u H*
w1* S Fernandez grant. i '113'13ul !146 95 I 1\\ ; 'l.t l }i1'X' li; a in 11"j' ..inne : E 1' To >\ niend.t.rlnm . . lot, 1 :: 4 blk 4 Alartiw . !J10 14121 I tj; u
:: G. M. Long . . ne part of lot 9 J. H. Campo! I j I I : \. 3.JS a to Ham-on .tud! 1 1'.t- BI",": . 1 J"I I i ik;: Alartin: . . |10!1421|: I 2 4.. .4
I bell's sur of e part of S. Fer-i I i I .1 :'o11"H.. HarrionW. ex 1.16 a tn :Alilhgan :ii 13 :24 l' ;3: 841! N J 'full1Send. . . }lots: r, 11 17 blk 6 :Martin..1101141211 1 it'
nandez grant and lots 1 andi: j 1 j : .lout :J20 yds n of sw cur lot 1" 134: I Unkltosln: . . I lot- 1.J :: 4 blk :20 rtin..tl0IHI11[ I 1 J.: -
: 2 sec 21 and lot 1 sec 2S..j j 13;>:21! | 42. :ill: S 2s 1 th'ncf1 (> ft f 936 nil 1 17' : I'! I fJ L \Vil.y, y.i nlk :23! Alartin. ; : .II0tU1211| i ,"
'lots ft w 9.36 ft . .. i .7-.. 3 J 1 L Uil!I. \ . . hut .,'
Geo D. Maynard . 11 and 37 J. H. Campbell's! I I I H. Harrison . . I .3:: : 05; I l J 3 4 blk 24 Martin..1101141211 I I 1 ,
sur of e part of S. Fernandez; I j j I i jj I Ii W. H. Harrison! . .1 lr nreka . . !&:13:: 24 2. Mi ;:3 1 44 J L \Vil-y: . . . i lot. I .' 3 and n 12 lot 4 blk 311| I I I -
j grant and lots:: 1 and 2 sec 211 I I I I I- :Airs. AI. J. Marsh . . 1 ;,131:4III! : ) 1 451 i ; \1.- l.till. . . . . .11014J21 I !! I 1 I.
, and lot 1 sec 2S>. . . .1 i il3j2lj! 17.241 J: 97 . . 1 161324'! : -lit I 651; Handy Patterson. . lot .5: blk 32 Alartin . . 1014121! 1! -
W. F. Hull . . . com at se cur . . . :'2113J21I!! '! Z.Unknown T. AllArthur . 3 6 134',: 40 145''[ K C _M,1..-od. . . e1:,: of s\\ ?. . . . .1141141 80 I :, 1la
thence w to w bdy of lot 48| I I I ji I II BeUnknown . 161324! 4nJ9J1324 2 051 i Frank '.tin. . . ,.;\\1,4' of nt'14 and 15 acres on sl I I I I
i n to nw cor lot 8 e :565 ftl I I i j ji I . : 4i> 1 li51 j side of nwl,4 of ne% . .115/141211/ 55 I ;3 H4
i to ne cor lot 48 n 1687 ft till I I | I Paulene . . ;;0113:21III!| : ;: 1 45i| Heirs of Jack Bam.- . nw'4 off ntv4 . . .115IHI21140 I II 2 45
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j i nw cor lot 52 s 6fc dt.gI mini i I I I W. C. Townse.Unknown f1* of nw '4 313 251? i 5 05I'! Queen: '.tin . . "'ll" ,. s\\.% of nwJf. . . .115114/21110/ 1 1 n:,
.i\ t.. t! e 1243 ft to sec line s to p o bj! I I I 1.0 j j 6 57 . 1.214 u.-w. 14'' 3'13"', ',I' 80 2 45 Lewis Jackson. . . nU' of se'4 of nw1,4 -ex 210 ftl I 1 I I
G. M. Long . . lots 55 56 59 J II Campbell's surf I I I I Unknown . 1/.:& U f.\\ '4. 413'25' ;I :' ; 1 05 sq in ne corn . . . 1514/21 9 I 1 Ah
'IKr i, of e part of s Fernandez! I I I! Unknown all of lot ] 11. 9l325: !; | M I 245 Unknown . . . i of n\v% of sof % . . .15IUI211 20 165;
!1 grant and lots 1 2 sec :21 and!I I I I I I'Geo.. Abbott'," Jr., . . 9131; ,'_',-,, 4o i iI 1 45 Heirs of Jack Barn:" !ne'4 n'4 . . . 61141211 40 ;A 24
e- lot 1 sec 28 sees 21 and.28i13I211!! 39.60! 5 81 11, I:2. blk 1-:. i! t A Irvine. . . . .IIIt'. tlf nw1,4. . . . .16114121141. } I 1 60
R. A. Boyd . . lot 58 J H Campbell's: sur of e! I j I . . 1013'2rs. :.: 1 1 75 John Alazon . . .lney4 ofsw4 sw% . . . .llti1U1211 40 I _' 4ftJ
part of S Fernandez grant! I I I I ::\! A :A W Ston< rr City. 1013I251! :: .1 I 4 441 L E :Alack: . . :: of .sw4.isw . . . .116 1421| 40 i ; 4h
." and lots 1 2 sec 21 and lot 11 I I I Unknown: ub . 1613125! ; ,, 1.601 125 Rosetta Ward. . . ';:: "4 of nw'y . . .j17llt:1140! 1 :3 4414j
I sec 28, sees 21 and. . '128J13ilot I-11 17.521 1 5 12 ,A. M. Harvey : . . 1713i25i| ; 4018J13I25 I 1 25 Munroe Bros &: Mi Donaldni.'uf!) seta of s\\H . . !17 14)21) 20 ; 1
K. A. Boyd . . .1 64 J II Campbell's sur of t"1| I | I : Unknown . . . : 4"i I 1 45 Unknown.: . . !ttw'4 of sw '4. . . . .117114211! 40 '! 2: 45; t
: I j part of S Fernandez grant) I I I 'I' S. L. Griggs i W side l lots ; 1 I I 1 I Rosetta Ward. . . t"% ofne1 ney t-x se'4 of st:14 oft I I I i

I and lots 1 and 2 sec 21 and lot! I j I j ji I . . 20! :13125: ,: 46 I 2 i5. i . . . . .118141211 30 I :; 06
i 1 see 28, sees 21! and. . !2S13I21: [ 11 I 3 96 Unknown . '. . 2013,25! : 'i! in 1115 Richard Kessler. . .i se'4 of sWl4 and sw% of z.w118H21180! j .' 76
Seth Nichols . . ilots 21 :22 23 24 79 and 2**| i ('I I II. T. H. Ariek . 21J3'25l5iJl ; ; > 3 44 Trustee AI B Harlow. ,:nsv'4 of se'4 . . . 2014J21 40 I J 66
acres:: in ne cor of S Fernani! i i j 1 I P. Williamson : : . : : : !1'13': 25 3 tI 1 45 Thomas \Vt'lIlt'1.. .<, of Sttilli.tiil .,. . . . "_111'1"11 80 I ;a ax'
I. dez grant w of railroad J H! I I I I S. L Griggs . . . 211325: : : :;o 1 45 Rut- htn: "right. . . 11\\\= t4 tlf se'4 . . . .12IHI211 I: I 1 I 40 I 2i6 ,
; Campbell's sur of e part of Sj I I I I I.ID.Williamson R. V. Lewis and. . '!.2'13'25.' ': _II S5 \\ BrownUnknown . . .o yds in se cor of ne% oil I I I !
Fernandez grant and lots 1 21| I I I I I 1't 9 . .. 125':: '. Ii;) sts'4 . . . . 23114121 1 I 1 03l'
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I. sec 21 and lot 1 see 2.S.:" !"t'Csl] I I'I! I Unknown: . . J6''13,:25 1" 1 11J.'i . . nw of se4.sq . . . .123H1140| !: I 66
Airs.: D. Falana I
I 21 and. . . . . .1281131211 ; 16 11'I : by tj.2; : chs M : J S Burke.: . . . u'; of sir* w Clark Ray Johnson & Co>Jn"4 of ne4 of ne'-4 and se1* oft| I I I I Inw'4 I George Williams or lot In .'6'13 _'.". I 9::) W 'AI Brown. . . oin 3.1S chs s of nw cor'of sw'41 I ( I I

and nw1* of sw1* ofjH I I I W. J. Richards Alichigan! kit 26132.' ::,' I 65': of nw14' . . . .125IHI211 I
I nw>\ . . . . 23113I21J' { 70 1 4 28 Michigan i'in 26'13: _:, \ 6.1 : thence 6.36 chs s 3.18 chs I I I I
J S McAllister' . . sw14 of ne1* . . . . :24132l| !! 40 !I 2 76 W. C. Townsend Michigan kitv'.261.: J.. i 1 651; I. li.36 chs n 3.18 chs . WI i I I 2 I : tl1
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\ Mrs A. L. Martin . fractl w1 2 of sw1* . . ;,,2513121180! I I 2 76 12.! i:1::, 16.; iilc! I i iI W1: Brown ;,1.1-14? of nw & ((25114121140 1 ;; inj
r \rs., P. A. Edwards. . .|lot 1. . . . . . :;126113121! 98 f 16 23 I y . . :26'i'i' : I 1 9M: G and A Johnson. . t'_ of sw *A [25I14O 80 I IJ : 74
, 'M. B. Harlow. Trustee .Is!| 3-4 of lot 2 . . :J26I13121! 59.191 4 15 I W C. Townsend [hig.in Cii\ .1261325: II I 65 Grate: ,."(n so yds nut' s- cor of nwl i I I
1 _: JUchard Woodward . I.com 11.52 ells s ..f ne cor ofi I i I i inw I I I Dr. Jas. :Alclntosh: . . .:27 L'3: -T.! 40 I 1 _5 ( of II.' 4 . . . 26 14 21 I
1 .t*, of nw1*' . . "!_'6'13'11'! !' ;I V. Kinsman: . w'4 ..f -,.1" '!33 13: 24134 :-, 15 I Ij 1 0,1: I thence n 14o yds w 114 yds I I I I
i thence w 415; ft n Jlu: ft t 4151! 1 i j I Unknown i nwl-l'"! "f' ? 1.5 _-i 80 .1 I 2 4:: I s 70 yds e 24: yds se 106 2-31 1 I I I
1 ft g 210 ft.- . . I! I I 1 2 I 1 SI N. Barco .. . '361.25' : 40 i. 1 4::, yds t., p o b . . . .1 I I 2.201 i .;<)
( R. S. Winney . . scorn 4321- ft n of sw cor of nwl i I I I II X. Bar(',). or IJm.'i; :: .i3613;; l1". 411( 145; I William Smith. . . 21rt fi "'I in nw cor of ne1* of I I I I

I J4 oL. . . . .26jl321i| '!; I UnknownUnknown . . . . 14 13 :Jh: 40 i 1 451: : s..1.; . . . . .12til141211 1 i 141
I thence n 464 ft e 1020 ft s 4641| I | Ij I i . . aid u'2 "f ne"4| ( 1 Abram Home . . S.i4 ilt :;,.I i" . . . !26)14)21) ) 40 i is i .' 66
!j ft \\' 1020 ft . . . .1 1 I I 10 1 3-6 . . . 1161:634x1;; : -3111 I B Harlow Trustee. ''e1 2 of nw ** and nw4 of nW121i1421120' ( I '. 96
Anderson Jones . .1 com 1.J.01ih"j s of nw cor of! I I I.sw1 I I Jas. A. Graham . und mv 14 and! Bez Baldwin .. . .1 1su ?i4 Oi nw % . . . 27 14121, 40 I :J 66
. . . . ((26113121I I . . . .iI7:]: ':!ti'0: !! :, ;54; Airs J K Stt-wart. . owI of :sw % . . . . ;,27il4J21AI 40 J 66
I thence s 3.16 chs e 6.32 chs nl| I i 1 I A. J. Kennedy .4 ,-x 7.50: phs sq in' : ; : : B Harlow Trustee . <> i.: of 'h-'* and e14 of nwl .i8IHI211120|: | | | 14 :31
3.16 chs w 6.32 chs . .1| I I j I 2 I 2 04 . . 1'14 lil! :34r"1 1 !I1111rs l. J K Stewart. . se1* ,,f .se% . . . 1281421| | 40 >I J: 30
Mrs. Wm. Wood . ..lroM 152.46; ft e of sw cor of sw! I 1 I I Alex AlcXeil . & and ii'a of n\v ** i' I Jas Alc<"ray. . . ? !<. ,,:' Ii' 14 and ne1* of nw > ;29jl4j21 120 i, ;1: 99
** of ne1* . . . |.2713121| I ;, 4 of nwI\ and nw" J4i !! I H E Anderson . . 11\\--:?i4 4f mvi4 and e1% of sw41 j I I I I Il
thence e 142 ft n ;592 ft w 142J I I I I I" and ne1* of st-4 and! and w" '4 of se'4. . !.29I14121 200 '\ 9 99
ft s . . . I I I I 1.92 2 51 se'4 . . . ,H 19': 611 I1t' I 2 j 14 : John Wesley l Jr. . d1. ,,f se'4. . . . | | | 80 'I j 4 IE
L P. Billingsley . com 10 chfts.a..f sw cor of ne1/427l321| | 1 J rnknown . . ne' ands I of .14I 2'H' 191120 1nr I 6 :::3' B L Clifton. . . &.i/4 (ll nc1,4. . . . i291HI211 40 i i J 30
thence 592 ft I B 'Morrison . . ,4 and of n\\J4 I . . . . . ii
n e 142 > ft s1 I I i I st'14 I! !I 1 1sv'4 I jPaul. sw'4 Hf se"4 ex H: chs e andPaid. I I I II Ii i
592 ft w 142 ft. . . I I 1 1.921 3 66 of s&4 and e'6' IIf;! : ; i I w on w side. . . .1301141211| 37.50'! :J 60
W. W. Martin fractl nf'14 or lot 1. . . .128113121177.571 392 . . . . .1 1 IH'19i24': i 10 29:! . . . . . :nwl 14 of ne14; ex li chs e and! I I i
A. M. Martin '!all of fractl . . . .1351131211 51 i 3 22 D F 0114ff . . . If nw 14. . . . 31Hi191 80 I 8! 54 1 w on w side. . . .i31 4|HIll: 37 i :2 60
Heirs of Abram Martin all of ex 25.45; chs n and s byl I I I Alex McNeil. . . . . . : . ::101141191160t! 5 44I II E Anderson. . . n\\,14 of ne% . . . .132iHi21140 I i30:
\ 40 chs e and w in se cor. .136 I 131211449 I 128 41 D B Momson. . . of 8\\1.4. . . .110/141191/ 40 2 05 Dora Daniels. . . ''ne'4' of sw 44 . . . . '33114121140) I 2 30
.. i -1 A. M. Martin. . . corn 1968 cns w of se cor. .1361131211 I Charles E Barrow. . T of w14 and t:14 of sw 10114119126! ; I 4If S L II dg.... . . S2 of sw4 . . .133HI211! SO I 4 15
thence w 20.32 chs n 25.54 the I W II Blitch. . . w of se% t'x ney4 of nw'4 ofl I I i I ,! JK Stewart. . . w'fc of nw% . . . i34J1421| 80 t 5 96
:.'' 20.32 chs s 25.54; chs . .e1'I I 1 I 51.91 I 3 82 % . . . . .1011419; 70 I 3 itj 1 Lucinda Richardson ..4. 47 chs sq in sw cor of nw4 oft I I I I
Heirs of Abram Martin '63 chs e and w by 100 I I I Alex lIe eil. . . al] of . .. . . .111141191659A 3431j i sw% . . . . 36I14J21 2 1 II 1 85
and s on e end of John4 1 I I I II W Walters. . . 7 I1s t' and w on t' side of se' I I I I I JT Whitehead . . ''ne% of sw% . . . . 36'14121 40 1 1 55
i Broward grant ex 7 acres i I 1 I IJ f ne'4 . . . . .12: 14 1 67 Jas Washington. . . sw4 of se% . . . 36,1421| 40 I 221
M :Meffert . . to/I/ 1131211$23 1 70 65 J II Horne . . . 8 'hs nand sy 20 efts e and! 4141191 I Ix i I II IL M. Sherouse . sA of set* of ne1 .. : .1 21H221! 20 I 1 05
'" F. E. Weatherby . com 4 ohs n of se cor lot 14 I I I on n side of st'% of nw1121141191 16 3 06 Louise L. Russell . !'ne% of nw% ex n% of se'4 of| I I j I 1
415U I of J Broward grant. . 113,211 I J U Home . 8 ''L'hs nand s by 20 chs e andl I I I Iw I ; neU4 of nwU . . .1 2114j221| 35: 2 35J
thence w 6.25 chs n to n bdy I 1 Ioflot14e625chsstopob on n side of se'/4 of I I I Louise E Iftissell' neU of nw'4 t-x nl/2 of auk oft I I I
I I 1110 I 366 for 1905. . . . . ;12141191! 16 I 3 36 ne4 of nw1/ for 1905. . 2 14)22) 25: I ; 35
L C Ellis . . . sel4 of nw** ex 7.95 chs sq ini I I I T S Barrow. . . com 8 f'hs s of ne cor of se14 ofl i I I Inw14. I A. P. Geiger . . ".coin 7.50 chs s of ne cor of sw U, 2 HI ell I
i nw cor . . . . 13 \ 2 . . . . .i121141191 I thence s 7.50 chs w 20 chs iii t I I II I Ii
: I. C Ellis . . . 900 ft e and w by 795: ft n and 11 I 4 I 33.68// 151 thence s 20 chs w 7 chs n Sf I I I I i 7.50;: chs e 20 chs. . I 115 I 1 65
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; sin se cor of nw1* of nw1* 1113 221 17 1 chs w 5 chs n 12 chs e 12 chsl{ i I 120 I 2 74'; J. C. Howell . . nVa of st:4 of sw'4 and sU I I I
j' J. K. West . . . '525 ft n and s by 420 ft e 1 I I I 551 Jane Edwards. . . nI,4 of s\\'u4 of sw'4 . . .112114119j 10 .1 1 371 I neJ4 of sw1* . . .I 214 221 30 I 1 95J
w in sw ('or of nw1* of andl 1113122 5 I 1 iiil D B Morrison. . . con 20 chs wand 14 chs n ofl I I I I ise I Miss Jessie A. Owens ne"4 of se4 . . .I\ 614 22 33 I ; 45
T. F. and A. D. Harrison Si of se1* of nw1* of se1* . 1113122 S I 651 I cor . . . . .1121419i! I : J. Irby . ae1* of ne4 . . . .1 114\ 221 23 I :2 05 f
x C A Priest . . . com at no cur of n\\l. of ne4 4113122 I r thence n 10 chs w 10 'hs sl i I I i ; Unknown . . . com 34 chs\\'ofnerorofse1 61141224thence I I I 1
I' thence e 7.52 chs s 20 chs \\1 I I I I 10 chs o 10 chs. . . .1 I I 1 110 I 2 27 of nw 14 . . . .I 1
12.50chcn10ehseSehsnl i I I Ii A W Waters. . . ne'4 of seI4 and e'q of se14 ofl I I I l lsp14 s 20 chs w 6..50 chs nl I I I t
i 10 chs . . . . .1 I 1 120 251 f'X 6.50 chs in cor1121141191' 56 I 5 671 20 chs e 6.50 chs. . .I! 1 I 1 113 I -' 35 ;{
O A Priest . . .sw% of . . . .I 1 4 I 13122 40 137 Grant .1loton. . . sw of near: .13114t19 40 I 2 76 ; Paid . . . . si_, of se4 of nw'4..I 20 I II 1 65
I E. L. Dennison . n>2 of sw'4.. . . .14113122180 2 76 A J McIver. . . . com 3.9-1 chs e of sw cor ofl i I I Inw'4 J. D. Day . . 14.14 chs n and s by 7.07 chs el 71144221 I I II
Unknown . . . seta of se1* ex 330 ft n and sl I l : of nw1,& . . . !131419! I I I and w in nw cor of ne _* ofl I' I I I
by 660 ft e and w in se curl 413)22! ) I 35: I 1 91 thence n 5.90 chs e 15.90 ('hsl! I IS I I t 1 Ae'4 . . . . .1 8.14122! 10 :2 65
J. F Homer . . sw1* of ne1* and nw4 of set; 51131.22! [ 80 I 4 15 15.90 chs w 15.90 chs..1 I I 2:> 3 661 F. W. Bishop . . ;,,16 rds e and w on e side of sey4. I I I
1 Henning L. & I. Co. . sw'4 of \\14. . . . 6113J22! :! 40 I 2 761 D B i1lorriron. . . sw14 of nw'4 and w% of s\\14:13: I 14119:119: I 9 69 !! i of se'4 . . . 8114| 22 8 I 1 15i
s Henning L. & L Co. . ne1* of sw** and nw% of se 441 91131221 SO I 4 151! D B Morrison. . . n12 of n2 and e1.2 of se14..IH14119240! I 16 41 J. )(. Odam . . torn 56 yds s of ne cor of s\V1 1 I I !
, 'I., B. C. Barter . . 9 45 chs e and w on w side ofl I I I I Annie E Elberson.'sw4: of ne'4 . . .114:1419: : 40 1 2 84j! of se'4 . . . .1 9114122! I
set, of nw1* and nw"4 of '! i I II D J Cook. . . . -s: % of nw% . . . . .114114119\\ 1 ;5 44 : thence w 112 yds s 112 yds el I I I I
*4 of sw1* and nU of nw1* off I 1 114. Polk and .Morrison. . sly of ne% . . . . .11)114119180; I 3 641 112 yds n 112 yds. . .1 1 I 2.501 :; 35
\\" . . . . -114 13 2222 1 49 5761 W II BUtch. . . . 'nwJ4 of net4 . . . .115114119140 2 45 I.1' Alice Wilson . . com 7' chs s of ne cor of swlAl I J I
Unknown . . . e": of se** of sw"* . . 141131221 20 I 1 55 I D B Morrison. . . s14 of nw'4 and slj of ne14 i I I I of seUthence . . . .19IuI22 I{ I
K. L. Barter . . 'e*: of ne4 of ne1* of se"* . ?15)13122) 5 I 1 55 I w' . . . .ofl.1514! 19100! I 4 74 i f w 5 chs s 5 chs e ;5 cbs! I f II I
1"nknown. .oo . e"a of 'nwl4 of ne** . . 17113I 20 266 W E Curry. . . . 'n>: of swy4 and sw'4 of sw%I I I I I n 5 4.I ,12.501 35 r
J..Y'"1 J. W. Smith. . . ;,w rl* of se4 ex 8.39 chs sq in se. I I I I I and 'j 75 chs sq in nw cor oft! I I I I I!'J. R. Connell . . 3 chs n and s by 10 cbs e and win I I 1

a'. cor. . . . . . 17113 09 73 4 06 se'4 of swi4. . . :15I14119t126' 6 041 I sw cor of ne% of se% 91141223 1 1I 115
!I C. A. Priest . :'w1of ne1* ex 70 yds sq in sw. I ieor. I I I Chas Lunday. . . set,4 of sw'4 ex 7.i cbs sq in1 I I I I I J. R. Conn ill . . 3 chs n and s by 10 chs e and w I I /

: .i . . . . . 1SI13 22i 79 I 4 28 I nw cor . . . .!15IHI19/' 34 3 74 i in sw cor of nei of se-% for I I i I
; Amelia Aldridge . ''nw'* of sex 2 chs e ands I I Lee Armstrong. . . nwJ4 of se4 . . . 115/14119 1 / ;, 40 I 245 I 9.141221 3 1 45
j w on e side. . . .11813122135 I I 4 061 Mrs L.1I Armstrong. -nel4, of se14. . . . !.1514119140! I 2 45 J. D. Baskin . . lot 8 Swain's plat Anthony. I I I I 2 05
Amelia Aldridge . .,'nw"* of sw% ex 2U chs e and! I I I I C E Barrow. . . 81-2 of se'4.1514I191: 80 3 64 f A. D Moore . . ,lots 11. 12, 13. 14, Swain's plat4, I I I
w on e side for 1905..i1813221! 35 I 4 06 I D B Morrison. . . el, of nt:1.i. . . . !221141191 80 4 441 I / Anthony. . . . . I t I J 55
Lydia D '1iels . . 7.50 chs e and w on e side ofi I I I D D Morrison. .. . .;t4 of ne'4 and nwl,4 and nLt 1 I I II Sallie Sumpter . . out lot 7 Swain'- plat Anthony I i 45
nei* of sw1* . . . |181322| I 15 I 1 85 of 8w14. . . . . !23114119320' 15 531 J. K. Harvey . . out lots 11 12 ex 50 ft e and w 4 I I
Lydia Daniels . . 7.50 chs e and w on e side ofi I I Unknown. . . . ..se14 of ne'4 . . . .123:14119: 40 I IJ I 5 on w side lot 11 Swain's plat I Ii
I k I ne1* of sw>4 for 1905..I181322! I 15 I 1 S5 A Mclver. . . w': of ne'4 and e1,2 of se'4 and! 1 I ii I i Anthony. . . . 4 04
Tena SmithKiza . . II J. B. Irby . . .1 I
13.31 chs sq in se cor of nw' lSjlS 22 18.501 2 66// i sw'4 of set.I24141191160! 19 23 lots !99 to 103 inc Brofcaw's
Smith . . .com 13.31 cbs s of nw cor . J18'13' I iI D B Morrison. . . e''s of nev4 and e': of se14 and! I I I to Anthony. . . . .1 I I\ 414
: thence e 13.31 ehs s 13.31 chs! I I 221 I w>i of w' and >k1! I I I I Unknown . . ne'4 of sw>.4 and s% of sw y4I I
1 w 13.31 chs n 13.31 chs..1 J I I 18.50 3 :61 and ne'4 of sw'4..34i14119400! 21 00 of nw% . . . 1214 22 50 3 75
E Mooney: . . com 13.31 chs s and 13.31 chs el!! I I r Unknown. . . .:'w1: of se" . .3414i191; ; 80 I 4 44 j Unknown . . M% of sw% ex se1-* of ne'4 off f I
of nw cor. . . . .118 13 I.221! 1 I D -Morrison.. . . n' of sw14 and sof nw% .J3514:19120! : 10 431 I! sw% . . . . .113:1422: I 30 1 95
I thence s 13.31 cbs e 13 31 chsi! I I I L'nlmoVn. . . . s'E of 5\\14. . . . .135114191! 63 4J I 6 441! Unknown . . . ney4 of sw4 ex se% of ne& ofi 1 I Ii
n 13.31 chs w 13.31 chs..I I I 4 118.59 3 56 A McIver. . . .'n\\,1.4 of sey4 and 1.50 chs e andl I I I II Ii i I I SW ft for !13114 22| 30 I I'n1h i 95
'I F. and M. ;Meadows .s1* of swi* .119n1 {13122! 3 10 I W on w side of ney4 of se% .136114119! 36 1 914 Unknown . . of se14 of 5wI4 and se14 of| I I I
W. M. Coage . . of se1* of se1* and s1* of! I i I B A Weathers.n,, ?: of ne'4 of 141201; 20 1 nw14 and s% of ne% of nw'4113114(22J! ( SO I 3 74i
i net of sa1* . . . 119,13,22!! ; :!! 20 I 2 07 Joseph Dukes. . . .slz of ne14. Df sey4..4 314120! 20 1 611 I Nancy Tompkins . n'44 of s'4 of se?4 of ne% .114:14: 221 10 I 45
E. demons . . .;e1.:. of sw1* of se1* and s 3-4 of; i! j i I Gro Hohens. . . wj of nw16 of 8e14. . . .1 31141201 20 I 3 921 C. A. Priest . . s1* of 2x24 of ne% . . .IHI1412II0! I 85
se1* of se1.* . . . ::2013'22! 54 I 15 38 G 11 Richards. . . com 10 cbs n of se cor..i John W. Pratt . . w 3-4 of nlh of swV4 of nw'4.1414| | 22( 15 II I II 1 45
T O< Bagley . . .i;223 ft n and s by 309 ft e and! I I I I I thence n 19 chs w 10 chs 8 191; I I I I Chas. Brown . . S,1,t of sw4* of seU . . !14'14 221! 10 I I 1 25
;; win se cor. . . . j21l322| 1 1 411 cbs e 10 chs. . . . .j I I I 20 I 2 21 Unknown . . . n% of sw4 of seH:and sw4 oft) I I
-'! Unknown . . 16.31 chs n and s by 3.15 cbs i'i! I I i 4 'Cnknown. . . . sw'4 of sw'4 . . . 6'14 201! 40 I 2 30 sw% of se"4 and slh of se4i/ I I
; w in se cor of sw1* .12113! 22( 2 I 1 41 Lewis Days. . . . s'0 of ne14 ex 8 acres in ne .1' I I I I. I of se4 ex w%-j of nw.4 of sw .I
'. ( K. L. IIarter .w I of nw14 of ne'# and s*.:; of! I I I f to Graham . . . 9114/1.! ; :!)' I 3 9s !; 14 of seta . . . !14 14122 45 3 35
I- -:, -. J.4 of nw1*: .r2213:22]! ;: 40 1 11- OS Dan Roberts . . "J: of nw'. .j 91,14'201' ; 80 1 4 61 Albert Colbert . . se% of ne% of sw': ex 6.30 cbs: 4'U! I
W. J. Hogan . . .'352: ft n and s by 877 ft e andj I I I Isaac Drafts . . el. of se14. . . . . !.12i14120 I 80 I 3 22 1\ sq in se cor . ... . .Ili .91 6 1 95
I !, 1in sw cor of nw1, of ne'4i23l3r22! 7 I 1 I I I Dan Jennings . . 2% chs n and s on s side of swl. J( I'I" "
Levi Jacobs . . .'nw1* of nw',* .;25il322swU '! 40 I 3 19\\ A J Menchan. . . n>4 of ne14 of n 14. . . 20 1 611 14 11. of nw'4 . . 1"114 -'"! 5 I 1 15z
Win. Tyson . . ., of swi* .|25'13i22' 4 40 I 2 66I Dan Robert' . . ne'4 of nw'4 . . . . 16114 201 40 I 3 Unknown . . s i% of se'4 of nw% . . 1 !!H22" ] 20 I 05k
Henning L & L ('0. .ise% of se1* . . . .126| 1322! 40 1 2 211 H B Brooks. .oo . sw1.4 of nw'H . . . .12011420; I ; 40 2 I6 W. L. Smith . . sw'4 of s\\14 of se% and se%! 1 I
4 .. J. C. Smith . . .s''A of sw1* of ne4 of ne** andi I j I I I i ie' Tom Davis..n% of ne'4 . . . .123114120! 80 2 161 i of se% of sw14. . . .1|1614'22| -9 0 I 2 35
of ne"4 of nel4 ex 6.37'' 1 1 I i W' B Edwards. . . !'w* of se14 and e12 of sw'4..1251141,201159! : 7 38 j Unknown . . . n% of swtL und 1-3 int '15114I26loger | J: 1 I 1 45
chs sq in cor. ;27'1322!; 21 2 3'1 4 4F Mrs M P Brooks. . 13.81 cbs nand s by 9.63 cbs I! Hopkins . . sw3 of sw14 und fe int . ttll"22 IPh! '- !I 2 05
Amanda Gary. . . s"14 of set; .t27131221! | | 40 1 2 .: and w in ne cor of nw'4 el I I Inwy4 I 1 Mrs. M W. Herndon . w% of nw'H . . . .t.I19141221::; 75 I 3 92
-' R. A. Carlton . w1 of se1* 128113221; 80 1 3 98 . . . . .I2714! 13 I 2 21 j R IL Leitner. . . se'4 of sw14. . . . '2200 11\1!\::; 40 I I 2 76
Ii A D. Peck;;, Agent. . wl_ of nw% of ne% 29S13I22! 20 1 1 55 D n JIorrison. . . swJ.,4 of ne'4 and neof % I I 1 Unknown . . . .wtL of se'4 . . . . 1 49 2 75
Noah Wilson . . e16 of ne14 Of n,,;& .I2941322! 10 I 1 77 and nwv4 of se\i . .. 301U20i120! I 9 93'B.' IL Suter .. . ne% of sw14. . . . 211412.1::;::;! 40 I 2 30
Richard Harris . nlk of se4 Of nw'4. . .191131"1 1 1 77 D B lIorrison. . . ne1i. of se'4 .. . . ..I31I14:20: 40 r 2 76 C. A. Priest . . "% of se% of sw1.,& . . .I' !U' 20SO 1 14
J S Harvey . . . !e% of nw', and n% of sw 14 I 9 27 Ambrose Chisolm. . nw14 of nwy4 . . . .132114120! 46 1 3 92 \ Unknown. . . . eYa: of . . . 191 -92i_,' J 4 5
Miss Jessie' A. Owens !'WI of n\\4 and Rtf 'x' !itw14'' I i I'I .I IlRd4 Unknown . ; ne'4, of sw" . . . . '3IW241) 1Harriett I 2 76 Mr?. I. E. Morse . 15 chs e and w by 15 -hs.n'I', I ).
a '. T" -W4. . . ;} ] n as :n..l 10 11 ,4 ", \v :.. . . . .: : H ::;,. -!" 2 76 j I e in nw cor of aw** of sw1 23.14.-- 1- .. 214
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W. Spencer . e': of sel4 of n\\ 14 : : : . '.3.14.22! I) I I 3"i i Prince Mack '.- -. .-. .-. nfe of nett of swtt "of net4..11i15'Oi; 5 1 1 il 1'onderWellon . . lot 1 sub of lot 3 sub of nwtt1 i: IC'

Unknown . . w'Is of el:: of 54 of uc1.a. .!:4'142221! Iii I I 14 Mary E Smith ... . nfe of sett of sett rid swtt ofM: 1 j Msett I I 1 1- of nwtt . . ..!181522fractl ; |

B H. Suter . . se%. of nev4 and ne 140f se% .;::29U'221! SI) I 2 j6 I of swtt . . . !117115(201! ( 30 I 14 Day . . .. lot 1 ex m ft n and si! t i 91

Jas. H. hunter . % of sw1,4. . . . .!29i1422! 80 I 4 15 Aaron Bryant . e 3of nett of nwtt . .!lSJ15i20! | 30 I : 44 i on s end. . . . 2015.22| | : 15fractl I

T. E. Conway . . .le% ofe% and swv4 of ne'4 and! 'I I I I E Swain . null- of nuex nett of nwttl 1 I I I : n . . lot 1 ex 1036 fl n and sj! : 3 9Y

I eyz of nwv4. . . . :30,14'80! ,1115 I of nwtt .. . . .1'18It36! !I I 75 I' \.1 D I!, on s end for %. . .1:10x! ;"__) + :.

John I1ollingshe . .,com a.t se cor of nev4 of se14 !3314i22; i iI I John Graham . 70 yds e and \by 280 yds n and) i i I I Heirs of D G EI'ch.I" r"erltI'of n ,: of 19. . . |201522| !, .: 1. I i j 3 01 :1

I thence w 20 chs n 1..11 chs el! !I I I I ": s in ne cor of nwtt of nt'. .!2015201! 60 1 6. F B Campbell . !I.w1.. of tI. . . .j21lS'2n|I I sosV I lo 511 v. '

7.1D chs n 2. Iks t" 6.32 chs s! i I I I Ii S I Brown .. nwtt of &wtt . . . 20I15(20! !! ( | 40 t 2 07 Louis Kendrick . .I of sett of swtt Of nett.221o! .. 5sett I.I ; ,

i 3.15 cbs e 632% chs s 13.i'li I I : : ,IT & A E Woodward .;.swtt of \i . . . .!!20H5'20! : 40 I 3 22 Carolina Dicy . . .. tf sett ex 6.32 chs sq in' 'I I II : ,

cbs. . . . . .1 I I 132 I 81 Louisa A Garner . :nett of sett and e'; of nw tt oft| I | : I ,22 15 _.'2i 30swtt !

F W.Unknown H. Walker. .... ...... 'In% of nw14 of sw1i of ssv4.33142!: !; 2; 5 I I 1 14 i *- sett and n4 of nett of swill' i i! I f Unknown, . . S of nwtt of sett and nw la' : I 3 ,

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lot 3 sub of nw'i s 5 I 14 I Clark Ray Johnson & Co. sett nett ex 221 yds and; I I . of nett .1231522' 11 "
D. Dt.-anback . . . . . . o Unknow n : t 80 I : '
\y. e% of ne',4 i36HI22! 80 I 3 22 : H '
!
.
{ w 332 yds n and s in net! i : JuhnMe1Vin . 525 ft sq in sw cur of nwtt of| i f i! )
.
.
Stuckey & Tiller nev4 . . . .
. of se'/ .136i141221! 40 i 1 S.& I ..
:: cor and s', of swtt of .!24115j 20; Sit I 3 03 nwtt .i24,15'i'2'com '
+ 5
. . .
Unknown .JS\ of new4 of nwl of se14. .1361141221 5 I 1 14 James Cribbett. .. nt I I 161 ,I
. "
nev4 of nwtt n of public 35 266 Sanker White 70 :yds n of sw cor of nwttl24i5! ; '22!
' ,5. wV. J. Mogan . of lot 1. . . . .1 I I1HI231 39 I 145 I Henrj- Staggers . rad./24115'/201/ / i I
: ,! swtt of nett and w 1 of I thence n 210 yds 140 yds si |! | '
n1 I
" Unknown . . t A
of lot 3 .I 1 51143'! 38 I : 0;; nwtt . . .:. . .!125(15( 20! 60 I 3 U I t 210 yds w 140 yds. . . .,j ijsett i I
Unknown . . . .
1 n''I. : : : : : : : : : : ::112U/23 4 ,0.
f lot 2 and 3 / I20 I U J S Mann . . . 2 %1
, Baldwin . .nEl of swtt and e1. of sett: of ( | I Unknown' . . of sett of % . . .124U( 2110!
Barney ''niL of lot 5. . . . )11':931: .0 I 1 6" \ I 161,
. swtt and of !26(1520l40! | I 5 . . .!tnett .
' :. : sx set 8i D S Woodrow of neli !25l5'22!
W J. Hogan . . 1 I !o .
: iiot . . . Clark I 1
9 11911"3'! 8" I S' Ray, Johnson & Co. T
: lots 1 2 blk 1 York. . . .!(271520| | 5 91 Stuckey & Tiller . .is 1-3 of sett of nett and n 1-31(
| !
Unknown . . . .' ( I
U,, 'lots 10 11 . . . .11214123'160' 5 U Frank Russell . . I o I
1 lots 4 blk . . 91 ,
York
1 5 . .
C II Hall . . . .. ; .Ilbl-Or| | ( I I of nett of S. . .|1251151221| 26 '
of lot 3 I 1 IGibson Frank Russell . I I
198 and wi .
ny4 ex ydi e I I lot 2 of R R blk 40 York. . I on e side" . . . .!'1311423'! ', 22 I 2's34 -,S Unknown . . of\ sett of net .'!28(15( {20! 10 1 swtt .f. .s, . o. . I I I I 1"
& Qualls . 1 16115'221) )
"; of lot 1.. . . . 13114231! 48 16a J L Morgan . . 140 ; I '
rh F.. Van Espen . .. yds n and s by 175 yds ej! r I I ; the-nct n 995 ft \460 ft s 995! I I 1
of of . . .,15IUI231 20 I 125 I
'fwy' nw% lIe% I
: and in of ofjswtt I t .
'\ T. Forbe'n w sw cor sett I I ft e 460 ft. . . .1 I j 110
. < llrs. E. E. Forbes . ./ of ne'4 and S\\I/ of neJ, .f18\H23120? \ 1 3 H . . . . .130115120( ( 3 I 1.4 II W Taylor . . .nwtt of nett of ex 1 f I .9. "I "
Ise'l . . C I Hutson . o .w% I ,
of of .118i141231 10 65
1
se'4 nw% Sql.
. . .
JosIah Johnson ... s4 of swttnett . .i311151201! ( 80 I 4 15 acre in ne cor. . . 2615! (1' 9'!' -t"
he4 of of . .!181-I1231; 10 I 1 45 Unknown . . 9 I
seU
nwli. . . 16T
of swtt. . . ..1311151201( 1 2.6 Julius Fern ft of .
310
Unknown . .. com se cor of I I !
Ed. . \ I
1n1L of SW14' . . . { 81) I 2 84 Hessler . I
.' Unknown . . .. ne'l of n4." . . !.11814'231 18141231404! 5 I:303 ft n and s by: 557 ft e and! I I I 1 of swttthence .. . 5\1.26/1S122j:/ ( I :
'< Unknown . . C C . win ne cor of swtt of nwtt 132115 20! 3.871 1 41 w 150 ft n 590 ft e + I !I I
. . . Sanders .
sip ,12114123320' ; 1 96i 3 I
Con. ? : .is>,'s of of . . 132(15 201 1 1501
swtt nett ( 20 1
J ay . . i ft s 590 ft. . . . I 1
Unknown . I
.
sw'4 of n' of lot . . .125114123116! I 8 2 I
; : . 1
?
swtt ex lots sold und t int..l315i20! | | 65 I 5 UnknownUnknown . 1
5 ,
. .
.. JUn .!1oTw.nll lot 7. . . . . .1!:5H1231! 81 1 2 4 Mrs IAVeal. .. ... lot 5 blk 6 Wheeler's" I J J(32I15J20I I .8' of nett of swtt and ne%oft I I-
sub of! I
\r . . .Ilots : I M I nett of swttstt. . . 262615J22I 15221' !
:! Unknown . .' 19 :0 28 29 :0 sub of se% .;27/1-11231/ 25 I 1 45 swv4 . . . . .( .50! 1 21 . ... .. of nw t4 of seVi: .. .. 30 I :pS
John K /
;; of 8614 ex lot 2 blk 4. . .!29iHI231! 7a I 2 45D Dyer 10 I
N <5' Riley .. 'lot blk 9 Wheeler's sub of! I 1 Unknown . . .. 5 chs of of 61. 1
1 com n sw cor i nwu 1 I I
.Rl'Chard".n" lot 1 blk 2 sub of e* . . .//301-11231; 10 I 15 I .. . . . . I I'I 1
(32115120( 1 21
D. ., Wilson . .. of settthence . . . . 261Richard'lleve f l
:, nV 2 of tat 1 and f"'_ of lot 4 blk! I I I I If Thoma Is"L4 of na L4 . . .I33l520l! 40 I 1 84 / t
I 7 sub of elf . . . .130/111231/ 10 I 1 151 Ray. Johnson & n 7.12 chs e 4..rhs sj I I I I
Clark '
CoSt"1! of sw}. . . . . 31115(2035J15J20( 10 1 2
Eastman & Hibert . . / 76 7.12 chs v 4.77 chs. . .i; I
.
'Is 1,: of nwv4 of se;, . . .I3114123! 20 1 1 65 !08% of 5W1. . . / 40 I 2 Unknown .1 I 13.50! .4 51
J. S. Tiller . . 'ine! of sw4. . . . .131114231{ 40 1 1 4s'4 5 Oxen Douglass . ..]934 ft and side 6 .a 3ut nwtt of set ex 4.77|' I I I I
a w on of I I I
swtt I
t Iarry Pasteur of nwv4 of : . .1311141231! 10 I 1 45 I \ I chs t and w by 7.42: chs n andI) I I I I
' R Smlth . : : ..ne'1 : j- of nwtt . . . .1 1115121 30 I ID15I21 14 22 Sin . . . :
cor.
.
Dan Paul !
.( of sea . . . .131114231! 40 I 1 'tv:;: 70 yds and 110 T W Moore . . . \ .126115122126.50! ( ;1 _
Ii e w by yds n ands I I 1 .
..:, Unknown . . .I nel" of na14 . . . .!3114w3! 40 1 2 Oil in . . lot 13 blk! A Montague. .. I 1 i7 :
of of 06 .l
I 3
ne cor seVi '4.1 2
Annie R. Polite . sa Rcharder lot 4 blk A Montague . .
Gadsden .. !26 22{
.Itots Cust'r's ad tot I len
t ::9: and 40 I f . . I !
I I I JsL of net ex 420 ft e and w 1 i i i I II Prter.
lots 1 2 3 4 blk D .
... . . .131114231{ 1 15 'Montague .126115 221 116
Silver Springs. i 630 ft C DuBois . . ,
I by and in J
cowl I! I I
n s '
( W. 3I. Conway . . . .!32IUI231! 41) 1 1 65 ne lots 1 2 3 4 ; 6 blk G Montague(2615122( i
;
all of hlk 1 Paradise : and n i of sett-- . .I\ 2H5I21I1512I15I21J/ I 6 83 T C Bailey . . :
W.1.. Conway . lots 2 3 blk 6 Paradist. . .1321141231! 20 I 1 25 Miss Ed. Rcker .. ..s% of saof 3x'4..1! 20 1 1 37 T C Bailey . . "[lots 1 and 2 blk -Montague.. .126 15/221/ ; i 31 'Ii ,

r'J rry Burnett . . lot 1 blk 7 Paradi't: . .132ltI231! 10 I 85 J W . .. .:''sell of . . . .1! I 76 ; sof s1 of s ity's sub! I I :
1S'. sw. 21151211..1 1 of . . tr"
M Conway . },4ts 1 2 4 blk 8 Paradisn. . .13211-1:23130! : 1 1 45 J G Goss . .. .. .lnt1 of net.1 ) !! I : 21 Mrs. .. ss sew .1.II51221:0 I 1 91 i
,t''P.. 11. Heath . . lot 1 blk 12 Paradise. . . .132/141231/ 10 I 85 Clay Wilkerson .. .,w4 of swtt .I 9115 21! 80 I 3 32 t I Dley vof nett of nett and sett ; I I t 1

, sow M, Conway lot 2 blk i2 Paradise. . . .!32111123110! } I I 85 I R 'MoDuffy . ....jnwtt of net i . . .!lOl521l! ) 40 I 76 ,I nett and sett ex si.: of set I I 1 I ,.
1.. J. X Tiller . . . n\ of nwl of nex! . . .13..1141231! 20 I 1 25 J Carsteins . .jnwtt. of : .r of set ,!1"-1-1"/0! I 10 ;
Unknown . . . nett and (I of nettl I I 1 It 1 of of :,
;,w>= swtt sw 4 of .f !
lot G Graham\"illc' st'cs 35 and.!3&U231! 2 I 1 45 nt. 1
I of . . . ,115f:1 I '
nw 111(15121( 60 3 75
1 I1J
, Pa d. . . . ;
. of
of
% nes w1
lot 13 Graham\.m. 6ecs 35 and.36U231! I 1 4 H Josie . .. : fswtt R.R ex s ofl I I I ;
Coopr of . . . I e:
' Paid. . . . . une' s} 40 I 30 .
.11115121 : swtt of swtt of .
. It 22 Graham\"illo" secs 35 and.l361U231! I 1 45"t. I C Keit . . .. .. nett !27l152} i 10 I '
Katd . . . . not of lot :29 Yraham\'ilIe sees'! I I I 1 ,,1., chs e and w by 7.76; chs I I I lnknown..g chs n and s by 12.86 chs e ands f I j I 3 40
and in !
s of of ; 6 I 1
,S . . .'36141231; 4.82 <) J Carsteins. . . .. se cor nett n )1! 5
35 and.- w. \ | 10
"{; PaId. . . . 1x11 i of nett . . . .!l2'15i21l. 80 !! 3 P D . I 3 01
. lot 31 and wof lot 3'2 GraI! I 1 t I William Cato u. ..,com oil Campbl nett. . . . . .!-8il5i22J160/ I la '
.
10.29 chs w of i I 1 . . .
ne cor

'" f Paid. . . . . hamvillp sees 35 and. ,. .!36:141231: 14.801] 4 it :4 I nwtt . . . . .!I121521! | I G Unknown B 'lel. . . lot lot : n sand and w of of P R. . 2915J22| | 50 I 6 (_ I ,
I I Id .
t I 8..1229152:2
3x !
:: .
Grahamville |
3t 35
lots sec: I t tt J thence s 3.24 chs n 53 30M! I A A Veal . . .. t [ 30 I 5 07
. .136'1'193 u 861 1 ) t deg com 131 chs s of ne
an . G. "' min cor Sanchez! I i 1
3.39 chs j
; Robert holly . nth lot 11. . . . .136/141231/ 4R I 2 ..5 1 I 2.97 chs w . .n. 1.37. chs. .e'.1| I! |'! .50!I 234 grant . . . . | !fI5j2! I -.i J\

,. Burton, Brad: hi\: .' & Co. nJ); of lot I::! ex 4.64 chs 5q inl! 1 'f I Ia ai r, M A Phillip: . .{sett of nwtt . . . :il2il5i21! 40 I 61 thence w 25 chs n 10 chs t 251) i : I I f I :.:.
. UnknownH . . .. 1 chs s 10 chs . . . 1
nw cor. . . i36UI! 31! 46 1! 2 75 I i f 25
.
nwV4 of st1. . .. I12H5I21 40 I 1 61 Paid. . . . . . r I 3 j
.!36114123265! i 4 -It P . . com at se cor Sanchez I
John \1. Graham . .10(5'13 It and 51: of tot 1 BIttng lots 3 4 5 7 9 1 Anderson's! i I I I gnt.1! 15i22'! : I i. ;

Unknown . . . e% of s\\'% . . .1 I 1141241!! 80 I 2 45 ad in ne}{ bl'4. . . .!H3il5i21: .50! 3 i thence n 20 chs w 50 I! !! : I
P.. I). McDonald . . ne% of nex 4 chs e and wI I I I I LuclGlymp . .. ; chs f 50 chs . . . ; I I !
!
: i
: .com at sw cor of nwtt . ((13J15I21'{ : Paid. . . . . . 10 21 is I. I'
n on e sidEo. . . . .1. 3141241! 32 1 1 3., thence 260 190 j s 2 of lot 49 sub of wU of Sanchez -| '! i I '
e yds n yds w! I I i -1
Ellen T Conn'a" . . lot 13..I 4142..1..0! I 1 4:,1 j iI . . . .I| |1522! In I
260 3
yds s 190 .! I M f I/10 I 2 67 Unknown . . . g.mt. ;
a Unknown . . . lots 11 15 16..I: 4,141241120 I I 3 4V 4I I R T Puss . . I.com 19.58 chs s of ne cur oft! t I j jsett 1I Unknown: . . ..lots : 6 of lot 2. . . .130l5(22! ( : 18nett f 4 0 '

: ,1 D. Baldwin .I sq acre in str lot 2. . .1! 71141241! 1 1 I 0; I I I 1 : . . . . 113115(21( I H A :Ford. . . . of sett- .f32151221. ( | 4ueVzofsett f 2 .13 !
!t. K Hall . . nw'i of nw% . . . .1 40 I 1 651! 1 thence s 225 ft e 100 n 225! i I j Mrs M E Prater . . . . :::34il5i22'! 80 I 7 '

Ali 11 Hutchens . . O\V% of swv4 of nev4. . .116114124! 20 1 1 2u 5'' I ft w 100 ft. . .f. .I I I !'I( .50! 227 Unknown . . ..j. of sett of S .. . .13511512211( ( I 58 = !
, Illt'n T Conway. . . se'4 of neU4 . . . .!1614124! 41) I 1 4? ,! R D Jones . . . lot 7 sees 14 and. . . .115115(21( 10 I 1 : ett of nw tt of sand wtt I ( I 3 I

Unknown . . . n% of nevi. . .. .! ; 80 I 2 4 5 Hector Sam . . .!com at ne cor of swtt of m'V4.il5l5J21l! I 1 nett of swttnett . . . 35115(22( 20 I '1 i

T Unknown . . . li.50 cbs nand s on n sid. of! I 1nev4 t I Ii thence s 3.79 chs w with R RI I I I D S Woodrow . . of nettswtt . . . . .361522! | 40 1 21
of nwli. . . .!16IIIHf! !: 3ii I 2 55 11.24 chs 8.50 Mrs. M E Prater . of swtt of nw% . .36115122! 10 I I

)i _. Unknown . . ..s%! of swU4 and n\\1.o.; of sw.116114124120! ;! I H chs s 4.91 n chs chs. t. .1.S01. .!! I(M I 1| f I 110 !i 3 66 Paid . . . .. . 12.45 chs sq in nw cor of nw1 I I I I 1 1 : I

i Unknown .Liz 11 12..T1811424 75 I 2 4 5 Cyrus Wiker: n . com 747 of nw cor of ofl I I I | of nt%. . . . . .12115123115/ I 1 % ; i

Mills & Qualls . % of nw% . . . .119144! : SO I :2 84i nw'1 .f. E. . . '. .115115121! I D G 4'renshaw . swtt of n. ; and nw% of settnwtt 15(231! ( 78 I : ') :

: Unknown . . part of n\\% of n.14 s I 1 1 1 thence s 332 1516 n 332( 1 I I 1 S GucKenheimer .. . of swtt ex e% of sw% I I I I I 50 t

U t Jtl11 Creek ex 3 ehs e and Ofj' I! 1 I. I! ft 1516 f. .t.. .i. ..I! I i | 251 nw %of swtt . . .of! 4!15123 35 1 4 .
:, !Ii 7 on \\ side. . . . .UIUi..t! 5 1 lIbt' Hattie Lewis . . ..w i of\ e i of sett---l5(1521l! ( | !11.501! 161 J W 'adeigh ', . "{se% of sett of sett .I 14 15123 10 12 1 1 .
+" . . .I411412t! 40 !! 1 45 Unknown ; s\% II len Son . .Jn% of sett'of'lieii'exir ;# ;
of sw'-4. Byer nett and
tA''t' Empire Land Co. . .s of s': of . . H5J15I21! 40 I 5 07wii 1 I 1 !
EmpIr Land Co % of nn . . .I511424! 31 I. 4- Unknown : . '. of sett .nt. . . H8115121J! I 398eV2 i> I! n'4 of ne& of **% of ne% .' 515i23ill-| > I 7 i

1{ Mrs J A Brand :. :. : :..w :-5 of wI!, of nets ; . .126114124' 40 I 2 4c4 5 Thomas Wilson . .. of . . . . ..!'201151211318! / I 927 S urtchel .. . ..ine% of sett and wfc of se% ofM 1 I I I 63' .I It

; Get H. Killing . . 31 3: sub If nwl,. . .1811441! 10 I S 5 Unknown : . . ..n>i of nett .. . . .1211151211! 80 266 Unknown . I s . . . . .. .. 5(15(23( ( 60 1 f t
..i' Henning L S I L"u %, of swU4 . . . .191141.140 I 1 22 5 Thomas Wilson . . n': of nwtt and sett of nw% .1: ; 4 15 al . .1 2 of wtt . . . 5(15123( / 80 I .: 31 I.

"'j.' Unknown . . of s\t 4 . . .130UI24 80 I 2 45rs Unknow ... . ...sett of swtt . . . .I 122(15(21140( ( I I 161 I .'swtt of nw tt'and nwtt of swtt I I M I I .

;' Unknown . . 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 sub of e4I' I I I I Thomas Wilson ..sett of nw% and ne %of s>wttl-3l5i21'! 80 I 4 15 ex t acre in nw cor and R R| I | I I'I '
: n\\4..3214i241! 4: 1 2 75 Oliver Evans .w12 of nwtt of nw% and 1 M t t right of ..f 6115123! 76 : 4 7S t

J J A Crahatn . s of nw'1 . . . .:331424'1! !! 80 4:, of nu- 4 of nwtt . !(. '. .: !! [ 30 2 37 Unknown Wilson Cypress. Co. ..swtt of nett H0'15i23'! 40 I 2 05 11 I
:3151ni .
T J S Bentley . . .' ." : of se'j . . . .!::331141..4! 80 !! 4 H L V Potter .: . . .:sett of p1. . . .. .!23l5l2l! 40i i 276 Ed. IlarveyUnknown .. ." .. ." f 3-4 of nt i of nett of se% ''lfll5i-! !! : 125
} of . . 40 1 2 S Stuckey & Tiller . lots 1268 I
?e Randall & ('ord'ry . nw14. '!nett and sett of nand e'.M I 1 i I t Iln Farm sees 10! j j I'| I

Empire Land Cn . ...s',4 of nw'4 anti "x114 of wI3411412411! : I 1;> of nett of nwtt . . J24'152l220'! !I 10 91 and . !*! 35 I 2 35 1 j
.1l15123
P f"ischl(>r . % of sw'4. . . . .'34:141240: : 16at1 5 H FThomas Bitting '. . "!.n1 of nett . . . .!.127115121/' : !' 507 lots 21 22 Hill Farm Sees I !1 1

: Randall & Corday : : : : : : % of se14. . . . .13431424: ; 4i1 i 1 4;S Wilson 'i sett of nw!4. . . . .i27'l52l: 40 1 6! Unknown . I and. . . . .. Illil523i! : IS : 1 is
att. < npirr Land eo ? .. of neand s'.! of n"41' 1 I I I It f' J .Appell . . .,lot 14 sub of .swtt and n1! of 'I I i inwtt ? .1!nwtt of nee and n', of \% of! I i i i! I I"

nl.Z of nv'l and sofl! I I I : i sees 27 and. . .!I341l5l2l! 10' 1 44 UnknownHampton. 1. n.1. and se% of se'4..11315i2311tio' !' !, (r. 74
"'i and ne'4 IIf sc% . .!.1311412n;{ I 7 43 Thomas Wiol . '! \ .s4 of swtt of 'public .
sand w1. of nwtt . .1!2Sl5'21l240! t 7; 0; JC : road. il5H523i! 1 3 9: 3
: Cooper. jl
T I; L Wihion . . '4 of sw1 . . .!35'H:2.! : 411 I 2..5 Lnknounrcas . . . nand swtt . . 29il5i21l480! i 707 Unknown ... .!anV'of se'. . . 1515i23i! !! ; 40 r 205
Empire Land l'o .n of nw'4 and swt4 of swv41 I I I i I II lnknown. . . .! public waa . . !
leo I of nett . . . .!30l52l! | 3 D. S. Woodrow 1 ? .!11615123340! 1120'
I and se'k . . . . .!361141:4281! { I 6 7;4 . . .I. / 7 I ..*" of nwv4 and
!w of nwtt . . . .130 15211! 80 i 2 Anderson \ mvV of su U7ll5l23! | 119 13 I 92
0, t. P FIghler . . ;; %of nand nl of sw'4..136IH'241160! I 4 4wV 4 Wilson '!nl-_ and S\\:1'4 and e*' of sell .'.131'151211561| ) !115 8(' I I 1 Sistrunk .!\\t of "eVi and ** of SO I 2 76 I
, C Townsend . .. 1 2 3 4. . .I 2U251263! 5 64 1'nknotl n . . .' of seU4 nE1915123i
a ..lots :: 1of; sett . . . . !.3ria'21'! 80 3 i 1111 \v \ i | SO I 4
J J Fop . r of nev4. . . . .1..114125180! I 2 45 Thomas Wilson . ''\v of n J and sett of nett and!! !M I !II 'Fort.& Gore .. 'Ie "" of net 4 ,f se14. . .!: !!:,! 31! GO I iI
1\11\\ Dexter hunter . 3-1 of n 4 and n..I.4 of sw1,1 1 I I I i ilewl % of : \ i
swtt of nwtt and w,4 of swi! I I I j | Mrs Ruby S.I of 'w 114 . . '! M r
i .1\\ of 3x114 antI nt; of s.14 .1 t 4'14-125\30\ ; I i3 I and nett of sei . .!33il5213! | ; !110 97suU S T Berry .I\1 1, nf net and of %.1711523! I i5 !

I John 31. Graham % of swtl and s's of 8t'L4..il61425120! i! 2 45 Dan NelbOn . .!I.. of neU and .1. of nu-L14R'1519/: ) .., I. 3. 98H 81trnk . . '': .,2 ..,.au ". ._ "nw'01 Sand_ _!:2.1 231:11 I ; '

"} I Jas A Grattan{ . . ny of se'I and nel 4 of s\\,1i. .!liU5:11: : } 1 3 H Unknown . . .!Incv4 of \ii; -und', int.35ISI-1': { --' -20 1 230- C II Barnes swv4 of p1 and e% of seMi;222'15233.0! : I 3] \j
Cha Unknown . SIL of seL"and se14 nf swl .11"1141251120! ;' 3 U F B Turner . . ; . sw% of 1
'Iot 14 ( 2 aer sq in nw cur': I I I 1 Unknown sett of c t% . .123115123i| | 10 : 8.
,'r (i t' Empire Land Co..V; of se'4. .I! 714'26 I I! 41) I 1 2xl sub !ofYaldo place 351! t ''i I I 1 .e of sett ex sw% of se% of! I M I I' 1 1

t Empire Land C). . nu't' of sw'1 . . "! 8114126! !! 40 I! 1 w5 and . . . .s.cs. . .1361151nl 38 I 4 05 P T seV. . . . 1
"
,1 . 231151231! 7tl I 3 54
Unknown. . . . . . .113'14261! . .
. %. of ntv' 80 i! 2 4S Louis Caminsk.. . lots 3 4 blk 1 Silver Springs. .I 1115121 T 2 76 Airs Randal. .*k. ne' of wtt . . ..| 40 1 137 _
forkit Empire Land 4'u..n% of swv4 ar.d 8WI., of 3x1141151426120!! I 2 8isui.4 4 Mrs E . n% Of nw' . 26115123i
lots 1 2 blk Silver Springs. .! 2.401 91 Varn . . (
Empir Land ("u. . n% of 5e'% and neU4 of swv4.'t7141261'20! !! I : 8. henry Bayer & Son. . lots 1 2 blk 1 Silver Springs..1 11512:1( f 1 31 & McNeilN . sw- i of ne.and nw% of .f31f15:1! ( I 1 3 6S

Emplr Land Cn . elL of seH. . . . .2t'U261' 80 45 rnkMwn . . and s% of sett I I | 1 II
.I !
: 111512
of I sett
nwl SO and
3 92
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St"cs i and. .15. .Grnt. I 1 91 C B . . Ine" 1 I I 1 1 '. . . ne n\'l'of s 4 . . ..1 6S151241! : 4- 1 .fi ,
W J Epperson. . . . Godwin of nev4. . .I 515122! !! 40 1 276 E O n\'. . .I! 711514! I ,
alf swv4 of nev4 . .1 91151181! 40 I 1 84 l.ullan . Corder. . 94 / 1 4: ;
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. ;" . . e'; of ne ne'% . . o. . .11211181! ; 80 I 2H L Bentley: . . . 4 of seU4 of seU4. . .15115122110 I I 137 en Lnd' . of se'4 . . . .1 I 915(24! ( | 40 I : Ii I!
Smiit ,: 1 rnpire Land Cu. .. . nwv4 of ne'4 . . . ..1'I:111..0: I 84 :Hiss \ellie Toothache 1x114 of .y34 of 3x14 of sell .I, 5115221;! 5 I 91 Henning L & I Co.' .' ne1 of swv ne' '. . . .111(15124'( '! 4" 1 4: I I.

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I. 'nknown. . . . of set4. . .. .. .! : ; so 64 n(14 of nev4 ex 10 yd !'q in! I I I I yds .w. one sid a I 1
i mil : Unknown. . . . ..w1 : I nn cor. . . . .I! 71152! :! 33 4 22 Unknown nw of 4 ufli. j .
s of n\-1. . . . .::1'15'18. Sf ; AIUi Baker. . . . 1enm 1 . s'6 % s !l4tl524'! }f I 1 : ,
D Bilorri .m & 4.. . swU4 ofsw'4. . . . .! : : ) : 1 311V I 14 yds sand 105 yds w ofl!' I I I It I P L Bridges ." . S1 w4 and nev4 of !w116,151241! H V .
. . . -I 'f sett .. . . 7l5l22ithence !I I R R Mof sw% . . .12015241! 4) :
.J nw% of ne' and IH'1. M n\1.15liiIS: : SO I 3 9'2 : Bridges . .. | : 1 4: r
e \0. ; D n Iorrisnn & Co. . swl of . . . . .\\1815lb.160! I 7 3 w 35 yds n 140 yds eM! 1 i t American! : Phos. Co. .. s ev4 of n\I. . . . .: .., I'i

ill t D B Iurrison & C. of ne'4 . . . .:.221V18':; I o irs of S H 3"yd? s 140 rd:. . .. .i i j !I 1 1 204 American Phos. Co.! nettsett of !w,1. .. . .. !'!:211.1: : : JOi22,115'24 1 4'
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C' . . : : ; m-tt of nwtt n R R..I! 7ila'22i; 33 I 3 92 A J Morris of ne . . .
in I laravt .W ofnw anti* \\l.4 nf. !: 'II-i 11- Louis Harwell . .. o . lot n1. ; 40 1.>:
rs C . I lots| 1 2 15 16 blk 5 Robsinson! i I j jI ;and of lot
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IOU5E D B )lorritl & Cnw' of nt14.nwv, . . . .1:3't'1 23'15111.' 4.1 41 1 B 4 I Louis . . .; and Large ad 'Ocala. . .J i 7I15'22'! 3 06 Unknown . . .Iot of 4.n..1/ . "-'3'1--1'3: I A. At

i'to :- C I Iarm\'t' 1 of nev4 . . . .' : 1 Harwel lit: t 2 15 16 blk 5 Robinson'! I I A J MorrisJohn . . . . . .i2n5:2tlN: : : I J 1 .
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t. ( Dan. . . . wL of nwv4 and ",.1, of nwIll!:t:1118'1! : : : i and Large ad Ocala for 1905. 7'15'22' '! 3 06 eof nett and n'of. ttami'' I I-!
it- I. D Gillian . n I . . . . f 8I1522'320# I 20 09 wI!: "f ( I :
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:\ .21'1:181161 tt . . A Graham . ,4'11:2431 i it
C I Iarr\'es. . se'4 of nwt4. . . . .: : 1 2 7 com on e bdy of swtt 560 n I i i I Unknown . n\tt of nwtt . .12411j.W! 40 1 I 4",
I \v Rity. . . lot 6 8 sub of {: of .. .133'15:181! : '10 ; 9 61 j n bdy of Alvarez gnt. .! S'151221! I Unknown ? .4. of nw%and St"% of sew! 241524! ;: SO i 4. J

ery pct Machine % . . . . . .! ; 73 I 9 99 thence n 360 yds? 3:1 : sl! ( 1 I Unknown . .Iot *. . .. ..Rll5: 4t! 16.651' : 11: :
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Wk 134i15:811 1! 360 yds e 336 yds. . . .1 1 I I |I ( 5 97 .lots 1 2 3 4 sub -t
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Phls tx..I.chsnandson! I 1 Eliza D-jnneily . . John A GrahamUnknown nwv4 of nwl! 51151251 2 I 1 2)
1352 and 1579 ofi I I I .4
n end. . .. . . .llI191! 52 I S ..i com f n f e I fenw% and w% of I I I ;
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r Unkown. . w1 t% fracti. .1 111519! 59 '112 00 \ . . y4 . .1 61525160! 4 74
April Iurph '. . . w% of w% . . . . .1 60 5 53 I I thence n 103 ft w 210 ft s 1051! 1 I'j I I't John A ..51 of se% . . .1
: 1 # . . . .,I .I I I ""I., .. Graham__._ . nw_ of 61151251__. ; I. 1.: {
. II'aIr] Chas Ford. . . s% of s' fX 1 acre to R R..1 2iI51! 28 1 2 76 I 31 r_. H Holden .. ... .I A' ",, I t "V ) "UII T A uranam . % '-. . ./ -I.llaiZ31 4'1- I 1Ti >
Unknow .e of nev4 . . . ..I 80 10 43 I {com 1352 ft n and 1269 ft e of! I I I 1 Lake Bryant and 4. . .. . ((17115(25( i
; sw . . . I 8U5I22! Frt Co. nwtt . 54.A.191525HO I i ti:
I Unknown. . . . w14 of sew; and st of se 1..1 6115191120! ; 6 cor I John A '. . | | | t
, put \ L T Ht'n.rik. . seU4 of lot 3 bl 4 . 615119!! .251! 1 4 I thence E 100 ft to sw cor of I | j I II John A Graham . lots 1 2 .- 6 . . . (20l5(25'l( ( I! "H 11
Tom . Donnelly lot 105 ft w 64 I I I I IS . lot 2. . 4 44
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lation . nl; of Jot 2 blk !Romeo..1! I 1 03 I unknown . . . . -
j js 6Il.l9 parallel with R R to b. .1 I I I Isett 1 . lot .1281151251( ( 62 I 1 63 .
281 .
f HenrlEn. . . lot 1 blk 8 Jtomeo..I I 1 45 po 1 . . .
i tl rur.. ', . .I ne" of nwv4 . . . .1 40 I 2 05 I 1M Dr. Chas. Tor. . und int. . . .1 I 81151221! 40 1 12 00 Lake Bryant (29(1525i( ( 63 : 1 ;>

. . . of ne" . . . 715119! 40 I 5 07 S . .. of sett of nwtt". .I! 9l5i22l! 20 I 161 Fruit Co. ..lots 1 2 3 4 5 and eof. 1 I I I !
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J'S Casson. . . se'4 of nwv4 of nwl{ . .11311Si191 10 I 1 Wm Cook . . ..1sw% of nwtt . . . .I 9115(22( 40sett 1 161 lot 1 2 3 . : nw13011525i3H! !
Essrs. D B fi Co. of nw" and of 1 05 D C Cutler . .. of nett . . . I10I15I22I! 40 1 Charles Graham . .13111512511( I is .1;

or of I t C I.Iorrison!\ . .?. sw'l w1 . .s1. .swv4..114151191160. .123'15i191160' 1 8: 02 43raylort. ( Caroline Shaffer . ...e% of se U4 of sett of swtt orl! | I M 1 I 27 Scott . ail Vfiafgjgg! I 44
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D Morrison & C" . n' of . . . .128115191! 9 69 lot 6. . . . . .!101522! ( : 1 111 Empirf Unknown. Co. . lot % of lot J 10 4-5 i
Ford & 1hl r. . . .5% of nf'and of nw 4 and! I I So ID C Cutler . . .,ntt of swtt of ne%. . lOll5i22r! 1 161 . . s% of lot L. .. 2..I 5115126al)1! 2 451O
nt1 sI D D Richardson . . . .1 I 811512&1! .*
he cas j j sett of ., . . .13l5'22! '! | 40 I 1 40 I i

loverno ,i S J Bowie. . . eL14 s tf.I281519320 swv4. . . . .'35115191!! 89 I 79 3 :9 U L Parker. . .. .. .w 3-4 ne'sty of nw1 of swli. .!'131151221! I! 1 1 8 Empire Empiw Land Land Co . .Jots. 1 and 2. I I I I 1

; ;3 J BOWl. .. .. sw'4 of.. . . .1361519160/ I i 38 'r' 1nknown .e 3-4 of nt of nwtt of sw .113/15'22'' / 15 I 1 61 Unknown Co. . w' of nw and.I9115,261 nev4 of : 93 1 : 4 i
nolo o j W C Price. . . .. F of .'. . !' I I MM( I I 1 . of % nw12111512&:1'O} : I Si
nwv4 . . .1 4'15201! 80 I 4 15 Unknown % ne% .
DB I W F Parker . .. ? of . . . .IU( I . . ..s of el4 . .1 I:
-lish! ni 1orrisn Co. . .Isw . . . . { I 599? w nf"1. !15'221! 80 1 t 15 of nw, and 61111',0' : 31
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( Gto.\ Long. . . se'l of swL . . . ..1415'20'11! l I 1 Si I!True Whittier . . lots 2 3 5 7 sub o nw% . .'14I15I22I 20 1 12 !! W T Spence set, . . . nw ,, of! I I I
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Hardy .
DB Morrison . e% of swv4 and lot 4 sub of nwtt . (14H5I22I( 5 1 ota 2 3 18 711Cf81 co I 3 5. s
of 1 J
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a cart IV I Anna P Whittier. . .lot 6 sub of nwtt . . .((11(15(221( ( 5 7 1 bil: DeWit Park! I I I! I
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: of seU4. . . .1 I 6'15201200! 31 G B Patterson ss . 816115 I
nl 95 J L . . .
parker . .
D B wn nev4 and I 'I lot 10 sub of nwtt . . 'H115I22' 5 I 1 37 'n s% of .I! I 1 H
.ch (t'' & (0. ., ( nw" of nw.f 81521):16! : 99 S C Roberts . . : Sam Davis nl and n', of se'L.1( !
; Geo. ALng. . nevi of nw14 . . .1 8:15120: lot 11 sub of nwtt . .114(151221( 5 I 91 .d nw '4of 81161811&0 I ; !U
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when { . . tt 2 76 I J L Parker . . lot 15 . . 3 ne14 ex I I I 1
-J n\t4 or 5Wl; . .. . .1 1 15:201! : I 2 i sub of nwtt 14(15(22! ( ( | 5 1 91 ark11 17 81 82 in blkl
1 1ing Tony Cartfr. . . 1 1 IF G SMoorhead . 25 26 27 25 sub of nwtt. .fll'15122!' P DeWitl 1 I I 1
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s intsall I nev4 of set4. . ', .11015120' 10 12 I Wat Golden . lot 20 1 12 20 Sam Davis . . . .
F g Jones. .. . . S11611813r I .)
.j 3x14 of se1 ex chs in sw! I I 'I' u. com 33 Ik nand 8.41 chs w ofl! I I I w3 and of 10
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. in 1 I ( . . . .. .! { 12 I S7 ne Alvarez grant .((15115(22( J 9 ii 11 81 82 Dewitt bIb! I I I I
, Chas Ford. .. . . ... 1151:0l:5 thence w 6.33 chs n 15.87 chs! I 1 I for 190 .... 1 1 I 1
by met: .07 chs sq in sw car of se'4 ofl! 1 I t 'I' I Ie UnknownUnknown . ; . . . . ,
: se;, .. .. . . .': 5 1 11:1 6.33 chs s 7.78 chs w 2.501 I 1 1 Geo E se74 ot nw'4" .. 81611130! !110:9 '.
rams w: ; dirs. J. C Turn r. . .203 ft sq in ne cor of :111Ir! / chs s !.64 chs e 2.50 chs s 6.451! 1 1 1 1chs. Cornwell. Adm. ? n\'. . . '. . 916118140 I 1 6!

0. I Mrs :etle Yell. .. corn 203 ft w of cor 5\1 of ..11:51:01! J 1 I I :I . . .. . .1 f I 1 n I 5 42 .. .. ..ne o s"! . . . . ( ( I 113 9.
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thence 5 :03 f w :03 I n :\SI I I I f I coin 237 ft n of se cor of lot 1116 15 221! S 'M pavl. ", . :. t nI.. . . . .131161181( 80 1 1 9; t
ft e 203 ft. . . . t I thence n 420 ft 220 f s 420 t 1 W an of nw% 40 i 6 .
; ,Sam Reese .. . wt or nv, . . . .. .01 HI 1 {t 164 I ft e 220 ftsett . . . .t I I I I 221 Heirs of CI"att.Atkinson. ... ..3\1 of se;; .'.". . .. ... .. ; .18116118180! ( t 12 711 1 i
A Wodwud yds e and w by 420 151115i j Greenwood Cemetery of e1s of lot . I 5 07 E V 3e'4 of nev4 .11811611814 I 1
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) ..i and s in tie cur of swt,1151520)-d. : I I Jas Roddeabury .. ?. lots. 1 1 19 sub nwtt .11.151221! I I I r TOO kns lots 1 to 64 Inc und % int : .125116J81:0 I 15 S
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$:r. James T.. Sawis at Crystal 'fa'ir.'ir.. ?a&> ji Ocaia iamroar. He was .?artios lave rraired the corner sore The trriBty :;igi'iy Tentes ;> rSit lir .. -

3irer was a !buaaesa visitor" ro Oeai&Imiinliiy. iIe-' with his aid :frtead, Sr. )(. H. of the Wailis :tnnldh% oeir oa the Q. pT tJyhe:: orrdea1 :little meJ: ::lSi .. .:1 W:1: ;rchiii1, :'i ilSC

ff 11ou. Haiti eniared 'he lay.t 1[ iiTocBry.j smut j : 'm June Is will jpea; :!!l&e5 f.Bmiys and i 3nr.-' -
r Ir'''!!.
.. I :t as the "One Pnce Cash Sore Trd:: vest nde!T-firTTiaq J.lI' e. n _.

Esa Kahle McCarth" of this city is!, 3Ir. Joaa T-uaey has Lurreflt ..I wtll oevote ins state :Are ale ofimtM Ii1l1.1e3.. Tlie indni partya- c.Wierc:: l.ciR:7. :: 3aic&Lt

*., pmtrii g the meter at< die Jases- die H&st: Coast, 'nere be :s now: ..n ware. giasa ware tia ware.J: ': tae jarror to the soft annas >iIteisaaser .

taws tua. e -omaioea 5nr the arty mar1It and Tanous Kher articles at'its ; rEstfeed ay 1isaJ.ae : :r re::: ter .icue'-

i l' : will oe -xW intiJr: =:1oot 1' ? I leacrrpncrg, Kiev: ; the Yanety; '1JI1i. a: the irsan. zca aooda '1t1 r cuS igii: t Ah: ) WzsVv

-: L a. a= -i: of t T IIIIl to !ns :mm rous hie d8 :D iEHIw Store rf thIs dasa .at zoeds. Qfca-itifHi arch oocrposed if water

WE Vdars !Jar" gramtnest mBt-.! f 7;.. lig TOQT ......." "" 1418 : a.. The v z y Star wiH anal in filer.'Pies rt *:e :L.WX1S.. b\l f.-; -;;Lr' C-rlI: :e

r ia 3caia SUrr:3Y. seet i. goe d2l DSiWly amimI 'laysttemioa Tie fsir :cd Ettey br: a rlrFu C---- ; Tir-.. ;:":CnCT
t :. ...... -'
ciai '0 mnroideriea.gooes ,ire1B in ate jawns rf waite chiffon ::;:-
.
: Sr. asd Mrs. W. ..
Tae i bean market oaaeassenBd it- Wesley arutitrni r : 6. TAIL Ti 5 ready-R 'i.'r'it :a ," .J! Taieaind :.r3asee i W'c-.

*eif.a:afr fesKernay were selling iII; csce- araa !DnzseOnn.g iesay i ... :- aad ail rafp yia mi.c1el, :: :rrhnnr. aad vstrryuiz: wu-
Ww. rni hear nrhnrr t c ? r. CC.-: :: cr
for-'
Boston at C per crate.Mr. ; way to y *fat* ]lbe. tu5 of i"arafe roses aad fernx made .. .
:: the :aicuaer "t< HiotL ]( fo tfc ..
r. was Tie Variety 3tore atrsrtHUldia QIICQie! :heI a tea fl1 !i p1l that Will, :tee xt i l--r ::weer i be is
i tae i gitrrfTimi!: it -he :Dnaaellaa acoooifbr
Praafe $ :::p8Ol1 jf ai.uuuriiitteauite5 is :hrds ?, ad :s lOt :were ay rt-ma f zg .
< he past to!:l. which dosed: .'ffi'fie :cr :::c: l. :'
,
the peering 1he 3ort C! -, 1 i I Bsiy .ncrea.smo; the onaatity am -he to tie T'g-

..... AL Tanpa 'Ins wee W'6kt .FJ&ilry (st their oods. Cd. "he :ieasof :r setsned: anr :itt: JT.; that these

.
:n; mother store iaa 3esa ausot: :sisters, 'i istera of Hr. :anaMrs.
i paeuy attie :'euet fa of 2r. ,. BUT
Sirs. W. D. ixnuna ass returned :meiy: d5SelIW .n irdeis taaazaie : 3aetpuatey 3. ? 7ma-J. at fTersssran.acauid DT nanicFURNITURE -
; TTimngB, ext: : -0 Mix I: C. ?aada! is -
tram & vast ta hail asters. Mrm. W. W. their -saial? jgrraunrs ]usi- noose the: r-go. weditiii? ia"
auto eoisnieted Mr. Tioizaa had !
Goger cd Yes i \. Seei. of) Micas- :t lisj i'. 3BSL3oa. :::u. the JaiIy.ttF.: : WIth Its ilL-
i ire moved :ttm rjje muse 7es- ,
4Ai JfIY. 'pill ;nIle -tgtg arse fired a tagat: tt- 3i''i
: : and his Sraly win
ny arnvs--. i. ? Baaing of urgo. Pbela -. tnre: zdesd.: .R1o
from dIe zmp i ia i. few Jays' zed ill'salte a1
I :::
*
Cary Judge Bell is now aecupyIIlW ] mm1Y. '3D Je21 enll gay 3eti'ents. (.m.1I i at c-
:tIis ttyhir 2r.
iris quarters ac the sew hurt aama. : a With relatives ;aid t'rteds at :asd; cties.! wes served anti !'ir.

:, '61IE.. He is test op very eat IJi < q' place s 4 xostI attractive. ",..ill.onT, v d. 3EIJ8: 1nr he! :BW' rtet <:aately s ai fttH .ur-Js.! aTii showers ;*

-i- 281* i iMr. aue.. ;! emp.btt !ie has sea SncenI'J'g !'Ice.be oaapy arapiea joarried -:::r

/r I ,- ?!orida. Tie ..
ro cora :oaks Tam Tackannvtlle.. a TPI\ Jlh.. :-

- 2. JL Smwdea. 30 well and :& j' Mr. W. :M. CTOeil rf Oxford, 3mn-; ;lite the crops grown jn the: :IVP. Mr. and Mrs. Haraeit will oroeeeathen" Ct "; -', : -;..,.- -'. -:- -"- :' :: '7 :: '__ _' -'AlII
tw csraaty. was Ji desist. Tuesday. He;
Toraniy mown ia Oeaia .s sow iirat iMKtoias aui be fantaioanes are the: :Tntn*
1DC W1"" y. z new. aaunttoBs.iwrns .' has the 'is'rmP.T1fIII crt hggn shipped rtnear dsvar awn .a ?!orida. aad as I IJor Mr. lad Mra 'h3wimerittrr -M:
the orsz cant llJUl1es of the oggmt to FURNITURE !
nit ;; tnwa .n ?ark (amnty.Mr. < he melons :tae: {Iair.a fnnt :s :::ng 3t. 3uF tistli e asa )tier 1or::: 1C
32U'ker 3e !having shipped three
lOt: :nt.: :t.s .'srtainir graiifjTag :o the tsar (::aa&:. will ,;D 'D '::t" r :u=
: L Q. Bassin -imfcony 'Ia5 ;inOcaia ar.tn9 Monday :n :but ,tii-i-i MfTnia
aear one t ioiendid npporra iownss oai at Lady: :. eIt.a.! ..
Sfiorday. and was !here: for the; !house : few Y.)rZ. 3e :s expecting
&e iseis rf iO r mfi -jad W Tth !: Mrs. Chambers4 :ui 1-va'-; 'c'v'13arnett'3
porpese of aaymg lanjroved ".....n-i a faacy: once. ; Smith & Roberts
was -at jreiiy. sray nuth. iz x!.::;,
< : far* Nimes; : was crops.5lra.. i ; Any rotIe- wao :os3 "nui: p once,
ittin taa.i
j : : with tins lisOTsan? ailnienitar .ll 1em
Eiver TTfflrtay io #: IIilw i rart -naycted I i Many u tMiruj reseats. s''i'ilTi?
T. M. Hotire sad :aer :B&ter: ta pare s lt1IIa I
ay tppl ymbtrlam' !; c! mL car ztsss aaa:: ai...r. it::--l-l
J I.. 3fira. toe ter.ave gone dawn oDmmeikBB. > aarf !l1C'tiA"'mTtlF to toy *waue wttn !! :Five! astwin is ::e mid .5 ,"ioJre' Ocala Furniture Co.When

e 4 to tee tier :ntaer: ; wno : tae :T::ny 3ihi&. Mir Xeetilisn :saps ; umg 'Wptt: K tritii' A *ftjiotn, "a the gna a .a VTCS, nciraeopie .
1Jeore iiow!nz he :Jabe:0 anrsfc :: mmg are :leld.meeal"11ocel .
1 was tnjnrBa in. a rsH: wrftfent xase this :s us jaK fep o 10 warx aw- : anyr.1l.neu: :aursea ise this: aair&

fit Mime is S"rails were: ieep :mx ;: wrta first rpsuita.ar sale 3y :ail, s
.lap&; s:; i1 .425. ar*? =cmnerH: >i
.1 31Hlon.
.
:DOl'.ha:1
.t'l .. the ?:mid: :iegrsianire.If .
H SorrisOetia. hm -o
Srs. i r-n
7>ans :"OTT: : >-nssoun ays
fmia: Qtaiffisaikee Ed is asa What .s iaowa as tae stetson -nil in need of
J.t'J :.-v.- :k7"raa-: :cr hr''tHtr : 'Q-'ca : anything ;
: ltd T. 3. :3nYder'3 was &Ied a die 3Enate ay i -?t- '. az. ..

.j f where bit !n :be ;;I(aft- rn sea ins :jtrge icaioirry. Learn: nrunr.rs.'tiro .Laniieanoa Sir Tis Hrcieenoa -lil: : in urSur I T*!*

"" _1. iatxodneed the :3iH aid ,
oeasted a. : i it Chapter "i '''. J-;FS

to dare :r : tc.ud0 taeaunee "O-'
of Fionas.NOTICS .
7-.r-.. :
a Mr. Jdte l 3. Brooks was ante toit Je.mwn
tmft1 _iir ay aE aa :IlDes :ffmg: tfee nil aid ie was e-J. :: ")1IIler. ourcisaer rf a;; 'r r-d.

:ieverai...... His fnaids ':I1Sr i waa im, a oiaite:: :4or ;the: Si1Ul..m -j'. -- ,'atr N i. iS. sated he 'ii! ISTJT r.:.
.
that: :its 2ea cry .WI fie rapid 5tmtrroos 'a OEadle. Seaator :SInsmd'haI .\ T...- ...f .- .-......- J'_ -I 1I 1-
/_(...:.-(-..;. "" :. -- -,". insT. i. D. !I89S 3ss ISea: iaiar I OUR MOnO IS TO T PLEASE! I
rats jma SID.t Stetson, butt 5rowa :ram :2 :.as ::+.ffiIl -1. -?C3te.: :n !BY aSee.J ami Tag usue i:-

to a great ni monai tm1ve! it7
tea niiranoa on"ss oeed:: .a .ss ir a u
The !mII &;nIt m jt cte good ail :r aeeda :s :ti Je :er.1lOe. 50 3(: & 10c ardanee wita icar. feiti l'3ltl:1)races : row __f'lr'i

ion are 'Mtk aromranced :oaes 1e'sQt :tae TH ii it in to: :adeaaitair oosount '
-! the fbilownigrr tescrzbLurnp -
>it < and rnoser woo imvemrgjrft ;venbem tae lall: wiled.M '
J ataatedB: Maram ant.'orris. acL; : 1J' E.-'fG! 'tC-C;
'. y ffmto :illY dm they
3i-witt Cam at a ?r ,S) :iis w ...
ugDr time AWL ; Wl T.t"TT in aas A iramae ,.. . .. : .- ,.', ..';..:-- ,: ::::- -<":::::'.:: :!- "<-,,,: -:;' ,-': r: .a: ;" .::.:u.-::.. 3tjr
. . .. u it- air. :iot >?. :BID at :;. I.. F. Cars:: """:
hL:0-::: ,:::..: -- :C'y- '' "lu :' '
well cm !ins matte at 3sfrwa. '
wmh .titmte .e.. .rSift. i.J 12. 5. r :iii.: :: JeIce w i.51i : VTli : a.c rr! 1.. .r :':."., :: .......
'e'J: 'ILa.1: IIUUl'.Uii; "Ht rlillil ar.
Mr. soar ?MmJt at R'I1IIi_ was 3ir Ftonda. TW>...,
csnosty .li.n- lo :* s wI ras. i i.r;; ias Lest It rests.. :'.l... :' t; ''':'' __....7"ll.. I.ng ai Tit J .lI' _
l ;imaur'n slay" 3e is JD- -ef'V3s .t: throws ;2 areaia jf six l .... :l .T3eacaers.. .'
: water j j; :. +' Sy. 3 j.=. aas s ;h !' ;!us i .JU7 5L L 3. .. a.: i f.. ;lGd'cIIL1m II.g.v : :md rmTtmrm-r : ta.--: .
t.-nui'C a "par. std :s *furmtiin *t ar|: ten. to twenty: Seet 31 :i m air 3nnm ::; acres.tie :". crom; ". '. taanas the aseond .lli. .aw
slier 'iuwa tins, i a. 3 3r3..a. C9 s't'n: irEr0A : : .
many rtrings at : ; :JpOJIIS.lgaUl. Tietie irnv grade pieaiians. aid fanr ja- :
: -ai n :'g ai seas aaaeaBeo. at; u
..m.n"ltqf-etreSL" :: .. chat weil aappeas ro je i"1 C :- IGOBLETS the =rst
" f; I e': .zto late )t e iaaEaee at :aiea sw-j V-mlbe amscrihear
: a: fmL
{ .}'ftIl" taaievii'a :tm:1e&. .ud .
V iiever .......
) .- MR 3i St Haa one .jf :f ioateer: die iei ijmlds Ms insQ .. ':! C3la a -he R of Ciqg. V. Sintccardirs ;Mon m aomfey. A lay zsxe. Tie die 'ECers'ill zeea ...a
: to .' "---llesBaut: I%.r' bil.1 9ft' .:ar Tnaae in :ifefi ksee: :use oa ieS Cia::: JTjg* Maul rnuidtasj ui.:
orbs-d tae Qoamry, was ;e m:; tie !ias CT 'he water ta&veil .., 3ve aid -
:a Sics
g "
: cmoIEti
.. :"- :it 1 ai: ias?. 3rv.li teefl-;: and! alX' II : rors : ciKs will: :xeeacEKay : u eowarri -
miin ei 5 III :cmId -. gig: in !boil reri spout. Tna "iitfay ,:- .- way -r.1CE"'i: as far :33 shady: :!rove. = 3tnidiaz.
I thereac. ;jet: izy ai ; .
I .ssie oar : .
-
:: boafeie ar dm sonny tA ''e. : -.d. r.y !inn : 2:1clacIer wifl joopiy 1erif
; n P j:& :it -i.e T-: Cent
M.IOU:5n.e-"Em1. : :: T'lre. A. !J. :18 r. I :a her: rfcsa er? to S. E. 3&rver1ai ::i'"iC DeL Irs m! 5 ieai irq egu-
Saiurday. "' ter :5 snt: tnt OBT grid: Jut -eaves :22is P "'Vitre ::::y 1 sir.. re d II'X.1l : 1 :!. 512. 5-IT-lt! !r4I pciliL *. Qae ieiar wtil ttcta.gsd
sad yellow !ea!. Irar :is Set "'e11 ii = liy sanrs 31z .. III _MtrY1':" :II
.' a3" .:e leer day af Hay, A.
e e?: a :as a afaflosefiiier xzi: .oeb : d law tIJ defray diVesstsses af ie
' ;" = is sojias T'O s: 'hat :=e Vate- :1. '7. U 5IS"3.IDm: I ih3z g of Irrtrr: of te".rt: ex-

4 'J1ml s snnsy sda ofis ,'.'..."13 itr :: 3 ; inie czie 31 coeiir J 1'crn } : 51: r awdS to 3 C.umme. ::arrs Crest Cocrt. llanoa Ca. FliLT tad i siriinnesir is: creaiir- te !:I'fTI 'm7. W D. Ci3."fSi1lJ
-,..w +. .... r en.fett: mac: L.SL-J tab
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,_ : LETTER FROM COMMISSIONER


l f': """", "'" "'"''''''''''' '''''''''''''n'',,,,,'",',,,,,,,,,,'',,'''''",M''"''''''''-- 4' Tot I be Editor pardon of FORT of the you Ocala and Bans the p'A;;t 14 ;.

"' 4p
THf .lie fur once more referring to
\
: :)controversy over the leasing of I \

3. f '+O .__ : county couvicts.: I assure bothaiii J l\
!J i the public: that it is not p'1.r] !
_ P. V. l. -er ;
!-
f' -. :1) ,1-" to take any part in the di.7: \
ions goicg on over this
: I mat::,.
r. -< ia'1 r.:ct that I wrote a skon; '
art
i :
c
{F.. 1 -- '., a't' mating that I opposed! r"S "ef '
:_;::__ A BRO W I II B R O. T HER't -=: :lIg.aIY, ,. con-1Cts, and tat the couutyai ; v

_t _-_ ---- r
f --a- tilthsen'e clause: has in my opinIIU'HOLISALE -
.C. r I --4S'.m.. err-en offense to at l least .some:;
.
r':, ;'- ___ -- J : --._____ i' ::: !eij'er' of the board. (This opm-
F:: _______ CROCERS r----- -rtJI ,.,n is predicated on the coo'uess1 ;
Few
r t
,
., Iii.r.' .. ) -Y4' :-1!:tH\.n and remarks made at our B lapuftingi. -.;
.- i :: ; i. I am always willing to do
it t am flung honorable to relieve
? ; an er-
uL'._ .. "
i ruIl::' U5 OpiniOn mat one may have of
i'B --423 I me That these gentlemen may not '",f"'
.. t :::: -- drawing on their imagination any

. The .' --es:: :iiicrl:I-r I will state why I wrote the

and in t E- --4lJ httl; > squib, to your paper, and my po
,
i Gainesvport. E --tiU Nit!ion in the presimes. It will be >-

,. l E= Wp want trade and offer ::: that Colonel llf Rogers :: one enu'mbered -
f --- your you I! of his articles said: "' so .be that .
I the board intended ,
fI' :: --till the Edwardsa
drops o -
make a f I' ..- --- vat Stores Company to keep these
; :
::
I'f fourteen reserve convicts" I think
of tho '. f
.-- I had a right to express my views one"ery

;. f- ::: thi' leasing, on the keeping, or aay-
Mask t
.' for business with
facility doing -
Butte, o' t 1 :: tiling else pertaining to them, or in
:
t James :Ii' t ,., the least affecting the interest of Marion -
engf :' :: ... county.
the ;. a..., '
,.- I Now. as to what I believe of tie
PresiiK!F, a.- leasing: of the convicts the "reser
:::: ).
other 1; a. nation clause" and what has been .
Charest :::::. us -. said of it:
the I believe you Mr Edwards,
hit ". .i F' being :a
miles.The. 0-- member of the board, made a mistake -
:::- ,-.: in bidding for the convicts and

Ii- a... .. you were warned of this before they
on the M" : --- -- were let.. I believe the board made
of Esters ',t ,...... ::::: a mistake in reserving any convictstor

is the 1 If" r :: any purpose but dught to have

., Mr.the \\t,,:" B I. DELIVERILS -- leased all of them.< Thus was my po .
serP. I'I'OF -- QUICK --c; Mtion from the beginning. I believe

board of| i :::: === Mat Commissioner Mathews now be, + .
3
tam aoMuber : :, F iitnos: as I do on this line for he \o

.. .. *6. :. 1 -4 ted at our January meeting to reserve
< k, '0. t -- ----4 as many as fourteen men for road

Tramiii iiisbtDI11(1lf;- '. : ::: purposes.: He said at our Mar rntvrft .
:'". .f. ,\ ? *'rhe. board having under coasiiia. J
".it .
,
'. cents f, .' pate .." fiatiun! the advisability of working .
t !
(
bycome :: t' I''the convicts on the road) that he op- y

a ,...... :::::: I !JOF-.I l working them on the road;

The Ja .- 1FLAILE GOOUS __. ;that it would cost the county forty
tf f -'s dollar;! per head to work them each
lave ara:;, : -1z t
:::: oin'i I believe the resenanonv

Jegi5lattt --- .-. ; ,i-f in the "add"' for bids to lease
: r
Jy
Ilassey. '" -.& I ;he convicts has been the means of.c
pay from r r'i -- -.- tN1 county losing money that shoud:
--
The T f. ::: hi\e been saved. This is clearly)

more to"| I l. --- shown b> )Ir. S. A. Rawls' bid with- .
i Sth it hand Il l t' --- -4 ')".r reservation of about thirty do-!

was !i- :: 'C4 :ars per head for all the convicts.

of about ? ': aa. .. 3 '.clone! Rogers now offers thin: ,
J:; ,, ..- pCE GHT r.-i'e and one-third
l < .- --q dollars per !UM'.v .
. \Villian ---m i f- ':: n-serve. The county is nr
; ""<; ) .
Gilman t. per-- I iurc. twenty-eight dollars and sixtyti

r York. C f-:.',. ,fOOl a- :: :i i. e cents for all men and fifteen d-: .. ,.
) i luis {
as : for all women and boys uad r
1 rey's firs. f tip I the asj; of fifteen years. J
c a ..
r ..... I believe it to be the duty of the: J
: The T [ ........ --- ooard
to either work
: their reserve
in answeinquiry We handle the --- (conucts on the roads or lease them: !

says tha.k'; -. I. :::: everything in Grocery _-_ fO the man offering the most for
..- 'helU. I believe the contract will sustain
.. he is aht a..'' ::::::: us in so doing. So sure am I of

c, John Tir f; tip.:: this that I make two propositions:
.
. the 1 Get*. ...- -4 1. That we submit it to the county
r- .,. $lq-,Uull i t r Line besidesr :-:::::: attorney: to pass on or that we sub-

:r; 000. as a|' f ...... mit it to the court I agreeing to pay
cipal owt. :: ___ one-fifth the expense, you gentlemen

good new; \ .rte -. paying the other four-fifths.
... t. :::::::: Captain Pyles at our last meeting

i Mr. Chi !handed me a resolution and asked aie \.
: membersigned ( I to sign: ; it. I did not do so, but will!! ,
r: j 1. I 'pio II! ..GRAIN AND rEO
t, New Yorlf t' PRODUCTS Whereas, Hon. R. F. Rogers, tiro'
life insu th'' columns. of the Ocala Banner has
+ Used at $. Mner: h criticized the majority of ocr
..... (
board in regard to the
i, i I advertising
t ..... ::::::: J
a ,
*;< Senator" i for :bids and the leasing of the conn

Palm Bel'; } a.::: ---.t.iJ.: i I ty C'jnMcts; (comment not nee.;'
5k senate; byt ; a- -. :i -arand.I : whereas, Mr. Rogers us.-.l

new counnorthern {, : o- '--0- I I :explanation for a basis of hi1r ;:;
- \ !t Q-. -.cJ I r ha;!!?*'>. (comment) Mr. Rogers is
county. T t.- a.-- --off I, t1:" one: and only one that can say h?

.', i (r --- --0 'i ':. "'I! n.y; explanation as a basis o e
. .
: Se1tator' l -1s .,,1::t, ('haq",;. However, I will say that
::1
.,. directing O N ] .. ITa" not my intention to reflect r'[:
S ijt r 0 d 1i-IJ
1. I '
j ;, Kirby al statua Sn 0- t \.i s our 1i' {J it -r':...':.'.1.::- arr of' having of any done one,so.nor The am inofun i CIA:!:'

::; .;: United St ,,; I ., further says that it is simrjoIH'i'IHion ;;!l-: :,
trious mil t --. ? ;.: of the article! that t- .,......
-i!J :>a\:: ,-. h"I( i i
Theo c -.u : ilfl not know whether or not Colonel! P

t. the bill ill!:t,; ::: ::,,attic--l: :: ,
liquors : --at :lace; not talked with hnr.! on the srh:' t
the housi i9- -_ Jt'.r.
looks to lam" ---.rlI I It .
founher
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K. Taylor t] a' -.. : .- resolution? And why did you getup
".' in the cash']{ ti. :::: such an absurd thing without my
.; :. :: knowledge or consent?
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( MRS. MOORHEAD'S REPORT OF''I. in that battle. As I took my seat ': CLASS LUNCHEON.Mrs. I IN THE "WATERMELON LAND"In Speaker Mathews of the Florida I Every street in Starke is to be improved -

S\ THE U. D. C. CONVENTION several remarked that I had expressed house of representatives,, has been with sidewalks. Brick met

\, IN JACKSONVILLE.! : their views. We could not M. M. Little entertained the the watermelon land- called to his home at Starke on account with opposition and the sidewalksare

fS3 -"T have done more with the fairest ,vote young ladies of the graduating classat That's whar I would take my stand; of illness in his family. to be made of the latest and most _

At the last meeting of the Daugh for Lake City had everything their luncheon yesterday afternoon at Know jes' ho wto play my part.Can up to date materials. Good for
and those who were not fully Truly "it never rains but it "
way pours. Starke.Dr. .
in this tb
ters city following report her home. in' melons to the heart!
instructed. On The editor of the Tallahassee Sun
prepared soon
were
of the annual convention was submit-I Honey-sweet an' rich an' red-
my way to dinner I saw General Lane The parlor was decorated with I has lost his folding leather pocket-
ted by Mrs. Moorhead, who was a Nothin' better kin be aid! J. Y. Porter's health bill has
who asked how the vote went. I told I fragrant magnolia blooms (the class book with several bank notes in it.
delegate to the convention. It wasvoted been mercilessly slaughtered in too
that Moorhead's report be him, and he said they should never flower) while here and there amongits In the watermelon land- ----
legislature. The Tallahassee Sun
published for the benefit of those who have taken such a vote except by bal glossy foliage perched a saga At my appetite's command. Starke is building a big store and
says it was dissected, bil'ett, emasculated
muM not be lot. lIe went on to say he hoped we cious owl.When Think I care for Morgan's money? too Telegraph says that other build-
-E present. punctured perforated fumi
would reconsider it, inasmuch as the guests arrived<< Mrs. Lit- Here's a slice for you, my honey! ings are to follow. This ambitious
The report is as follows: gated and embalmed.Of .
I he was commissioned to see to the tle announced that they would have Too much wealth has troubles killin'; little city is anticipating a building
The twelfth annual convention of I
i work, and told me to say to my chapter a lesson in proof reading and book Watermelon's mild an' fillin'. boom this summer.
the U. D. C., held in Jacksonville on course Senator l'ard'bill nullifying
that we might rest assured that making with the permission of
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May 1, 2 and :3 were the busiest three In the watermelon land- a part of the organic law of ,.
Olustee would be handsomely marked munching chocolate creams (so dearto The house has voted down an
days I ever took part in during .my Ask the wor)' to take a hand! the United States ought never to
''-L with shaft or boulder and with a school girl's heart) which were I amendment to the constitution proposing >> -
<' life. We were rushed from the time See it comin' to the scratchAs have been seriously considered) by 1"
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markers showing different graves of served from a book box. the "initiative and referen
; we reached there till time to leave. I pull 'em from the patch! the legislature of Florida, but the
't' those fallen) heroes, and done in sucha The front cover of the book which dum." The bill was proposed>> by Mr.
: Not only Martha Reid Chapter but Talk about this old"or's pleasure- fact that it passed the senate almost
way that we would have cause to was distributed. from the depths of Pettigrew. the socialist member from
the whole city of Jacksonville did Gimme mine in melon measureF. unanimously shows tlv power of his
be proud of it, and after this was a school satchel, were white photo Manatee county.
everything that could be thought of L. Stanton in Atlanta Consti magnetNm over that bodv t
done they propose to erect a monument mounts ornamented with a lithograph
1 for the pleasure and comfort of their tution.
.: in Lake City Park and change picture of the Ocala High --
.t ': guests, and we did have a royal good -- -- -
J its name to Olustee Park. School. The next page contained the t
j time. To Ole it was very instructive. Senate Endorses Bryan
... wu"rkin To me the most interesting part of title of "Leaves From the Journal ofa
; I learned more of the s of the John B Stetson University
the pleasure program was the boat Sweet Girl Graduate." The next Senator Zim's concurrent resolution
U. D. C. than I ever knew before
ride to the Old Soldiers' Home, wherewe two pages contained extracts from endorsing William J. Bryan for the Four Colleges and Five Technical Schools
About 10 o'clock of the first morn
were given a reception and re the Journal, which being somewhat presidency, passed the senate Friday I )( I.A\1), FLORIDA
the convention opened witha
ing was
coived by the old veterans themselves varied and written in common schoolgirl by a vote of 17 yeas to 9 nays. Affiliated with the University of Chicago.
short prayer by Bishop Weed, fol.
who in their suits of gray parlance, created much merriment The following senators gave their

lowed by speeches and addresses of seemed to enter into the afternoon'sentertainment as they were read aloud. The reasons for voting no: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Tb": standards are those of the Uni.ersity -

welcome by prominent citizens, and with great interest next page received the autographs of Senator Adams Not knowing the '; of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degree ,Irom both :r.

in behalf of Martha Reid Chapter by; Refreshments were served and several the class. The last page containedan wish of the people of Florida. Stetson and Chicago. Setthe Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

the president Mrs. J. O. Bessant. little girls recited beautifully. original poem on the class motto, Senator Baker-Don't feel like COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted) to practice -

At noon we adjourned and went in law in
The home and grounds were very also the date, colors and flowers of pledging democracy so far in advance. Florida without examination.

J a body to the Elks Hall where we neat, and while some of the old men the class. The remaining cover page, Senator Humphries-Did we come COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-

were given a complimentary lunch, are very feeble they are nicely similar to the front, was distributedwith here to boom any candidate for the Mechanical, Civil, electrical Engineering and Manual Training courses lead

I which was most delightful in every ing to degrees. Fine building
dressed, seem cheerful and contented ribbon in class colors, a limited presidency? new stly equipment.

way. After this we returned to the and speak in glowing terms of time being allowed for tying the Senator Ia..csey-In. national convention COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Hanking in all its branches. Bookkeeping
Windsor Hotel, where we held a business
their matron. I did not see as muchas whole together as souvenirs, Miss would vote for Bryan, but do by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective courses open in

session till about four o'clock I desired of the home on account Evelyn Liddon. being chosen as having not think we are here for that pur other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious building.
when we adjourned to attend a reception I
of the immense crowd. There were made the most artistic booklet, pose. PREPARATORY ACADEMY-Graduates prepared to enter Harvard,

i gin by the Woman's Club. over 5U() people on the grounds. Tb. receiving as a reward a class pendant.A Those giving reasons for yea votes \ale, Princeton, Cornell, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.
.4 That night the hoard of trade gaveus
home is delightfully situated on the class in reading was then called, were: NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS Kindergarten in its own build
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a complimentary>> concert which shore of the St. Johns river, whereit the selections being "In School Days," Senator Bl'ardIy only objectionto ing. 2. Primary and Grammar School in separate building. These schools n.

4, was a treat not soon to be forgot is awalys cool and restful. They by Whittier{>r: "The Old Man at Commencement Mr. Bryan is the character of those especially prepare Public School teachers.

1. ten. may sil under the shade of the great by Frank L. Stanton; who would control federal patronagein MUSIC SCHOOL $]lo.ooo.OO pipe organ a dozen pianos, separate -
Monday we met at 9 o'clock to en- '
oak trees that adorn the grounds and "A Tribute to the Old Boys," writtenby Florida if he were elected. Only building, large faculty thorough courses of study.
ter into business for really there
watch the busy life on the water of Holmes, twenty-five years after man who can lead party to victory. ART SCHOOL-New Studio. Costly casts models, etc.

was so much planned for the pleasure the many boats large and small. go his graduation at Harvard, and "A Senator Girardeau don't ask to Stetson has a faculty of 4S professors and instructors. They hold degrees .1
ftl of tb meeting that little .
very
ing and coming. School Boy's Thoughts," was followed be excused. If I had one hundred from the University of Chicago, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth Columbia,
time left for business. The day'ii3.v
was
Among the prominent guests at the by witticisms on school topics. votes I would give them all to Bryan. Toronto, Wake Forest. Louisville, Bowdoin, Utrecht Bucknell, niversity
in reading reports of the
was spent convention was Mrs. Rann of Georgia : Lunch was then served in oval- Tallahassee Sun. of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over $::ti( ,(iOO.OO in
different chapters>> among them being
who has done so much for the 1.'. shaped>> baskets the handles ornamented ----- buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter million dollar endowment ; an
; report from Pensacola, a chapter of
a
D C. work. She gave some very with ribbons in class colors. NOTICE TO WOODMENA endowed library of over 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with rosily furnishings
-.i children who are organized in regular :
instructive talks urging us to receive With each lunch was a class prophesyin including stained glass windows. 7 oil paintings a $1 tIUUU.OU pipe
order, with a directress. They
?a and encourage the children; also asked ,verse depicting Miss Weathers as regular monthly meeting of Fort organ; a Gymnasium with complete apparatus; an l asked to be recognized at our state
how many chapters had non-pay a rival to Wagner, Miss Martin as a King 'amp No Woodmen of the limning track tennis courts baseball diamond and gridiron, besides) swimming -
conventions and allowed a place in
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ing members; said our secretaries celebrated vocalist Miss Pasteur as I .... i. World will be held golf rowing and other sports; separate buildings for men and women It
our minutes. On that day we ad-
should watch the books and urge each a popular preceptress Miss LLiddonas 7 in Yonge's Hall at ten large laboratories for Chemistry,.,Physics, Bacteriology, Mineralogy and
journed early on account of a reception -
member to pay up and if after rea an elocutionist of renown, Miss N clock m. on Biology: several large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells
given us by Mr. and Mrs. Talia- : :1 p. ,
-21 suitable time they fail to do so puta Standley as an artist classed with \ // ..\;' Friday, May. lo. steam heat, cement walks shell roads, broad avenues spacious campus, .
S ferro at tbeir beautiful home on n":!!
q mark across their names and write Angelo, and Miss Carlisle as a hostess t : All members shrubbery and trees: social, literary, musical and other students' clubs: starlecture
1jr.L are
1 Church street at 9 I). m. Martha Reid ,
_- opposite>> it, "name dropped for nonpayment and home-maker will be known .....t-.J' requested to hepresent. courses; Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location is beautiful
another reception at
; Chapter save :
1 of dues," for we are not true far and wide as a model. v.l; :;,"'" and healthful and the expenses are low.
y the Windsor Hotel. and they were all ... ,..
members of the U. D. C. if we do not The lunches were eaten on the For t'alalogs"il'w:;, folders and information, address the President
elegant affairs. P. V. Leavengood, ( C.
pay our dues, but on the other hand front veranda where ice lemonadewas
Next day was the day of days. Someone Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. '
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r \.. are dead-heads and an expense to the served.To LINCOLN IIULLKY, A.M. Ph.D. DeLand Fla.
said "Olustee!" and the voices >> ,
-* Xi chapter. Respectfully>> submitted. further carry out the school
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took it up. I saw in a moment therewas -1
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going to be a battle of words over
pen and ink were scattered about .
that same battlefield. I wish for NANAAV
PROGRESS OF MEDICINE and the class colors were in prominence.
i many reasons toot more of our chapter -
ri, .
could have l been there and seen
.of Many Diseases Being Stamped Out The idea was original with the host
i and heard as we did, and then you I.
by Modern Science ("ss, the invitations to the novel affair
3 could understand just what the prop } Thos It Keat
Reviewing the progress of medicine being made in imitation of llipl] l ing
twit ion was and how it was placedbefore
during tlw nineteenth century mas. The guests were given masno a
us then you could in a ways
Dr. John S. Billings United States lia blooms as they departed while
;--s! appreciate the position.>> It was either
army, has shown that deaths of wo Miss Jessielu Martin stole into tin-
vote to put all the money in a monument -
men from childbirth decreased during parlor and skillfully struck the
): to be erected in Lake City, or I
i that period from 10 to 20 in loot chords of Lohengrin's march, which &
divide it, putting shafts or boulders Company
to 5 in lOuott and that from all case acted as a pleasant finale to this
on the battlefield and then erect i
the deaths in New York City fell unique entertainment.A .
There
a monument in Lake City.
from between S3 and 40 in lour to

were many earnest speakers on broth less than 20) in 1000. lie recalls the Winter Visitor Praises the Northern Successors to Strauss & Co. S
j sides, each side giving historical
Portion of Ocala
fact toot lilt( years ago yellow fever
facts and figures on the subject, but
i...
The north end of Ocala has loi
was epidemic in New York and Philadelphia -
it was plain to see how it would go.
for two For :3 years worn a black eye.'t' werewalking
years. Yf'al'Sthe
\ A good many had gone there, as 1 I IOcal
disease has been almost unknown around yesterdaytaking a

,,,. beard one lady say to fight to the throughout the whole country; also look at the vast improvements in this WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS {
finish. They had votes enough to
1ft that in 1SOO the majority of personsone beautiful little city. We walked out
it they wished. It was
carry .. as met were pitted with smallpoxthe to the north end and there are certainly .
touching to see the old ladies who
survivors of a much greater number some nice homes in this part! i iRYE
had lived through the dreadful time
of town.
-while now there are physicianswho
of battle, and how with just a look
First I. W. F'lori
to Mr. Ogle's
we came
have never seen a case of smallpox

they would tell what their heart'swish >> ; and that in the Napoleonic and home. Around it is a thrifty peach ,

was. Tearfully they talked of orchard, the house is newly painted\ l
Revolutionary wars more died from lP t
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of Olustee. Finally after
the battle disease than from wounds, while now and everything looks nice and home

4 a great deal of confusing argumentthe hospital gangrene is unknown. Statistics like. At Mr. Peter Ingram's improvements WHISKEY. SPECIAL : CASE WHISKEY. il ilI''r ilt
fOUR
i president. asked all in favor of C.ill'Ui '
show that in Chicago duringthe are also going on and his placeis Star Rye .1.u I Per Qt. Irlles
putting monument at Lake City to '"
last 35 years the average age at being beautified. The Pauling cottage lied Rock Rye IT. r..
rise. A great many more than half .
in this neighborhood also looks ,
death has increased from 12 to C2 ,
f stood and some who
the delegates up years. very nice, and our ex-policeman Mi I Log Cabin 3-'IIIFOR: :: : I lull- J't 1 100 -

j Uj were not delegates, who had to be No disputes these facts or attributes II. G. McDavid's home has whitewashed } Keating's Pride . . . 3." 52.90 : Straus Royal Reserve . . I 00

called down. Several voices said one Monogram 3..,< We will send, old Maryland Rye .. .. . I 00
:> them to any cause other than fences, clean kept yards and Uncle Joe .7 3..u express( ; i ld! Harvest Corn . . I 00

r V "wrong! wrong. One lady asked if medical sci'nce-the measures employed beautiful ivy clad verandas, and) indeed Pilgrimage . . . . 4.tu; : prepaid 1 I full) 111:11 I i ts uf Pilgrimage: . . ... . I'.v

i any but delegates had a right to vote. this home is the of Fern Hill J.IMI STRAUSS IXL i| 'uscade . .. .. .. I ;' i
neat
On being told that they did not she partly in curing disease, but picture Strauss' 76 &.<>" I White Oak . . .. . I i aCORN

more especially in preventing its introduction ness. WHISKEY. -- -- -- -- l-Vrn Hill . . .. . i .0

Tennessee Corn .|l.r> i FOR $3.: O ''Strauss'j 76 . ... .. . I Ml .
some were standing who are not delegates North Carolina Corn 1."... old Oscar Pepper (not in bono! I -.1)
i introduced. He has built a nice !hum Stat s\'ille Corn :2.J'U Wevili! send express+I] Planters' . . .. .. . I .0

!'t A--PHl.,, "a .' Now I do not mean to rediscredit since the fire that destroyed his on('.- Mountain Corn -' .'>*H prepaid full quarts of Black and White Scotch .. . -' 00 i.

.;, or Mt. Vernon . . _. . I...
. .. on the president Relief From Rheumatic Pains"I beautiful residence and the sound\ ) of Old Harvest Corn . .. .3.011 STRAUSS ROYAL
\ but I it a suffered with rheumatism forover GIN.
such a nicE >rs. doay was I
1 : -n the hammer and the saw is heard on GIN
:,. atisfactory way to'ot(> on two years says Mr. Holland > Swan Gin .U-1': RESERVE
'hats .Il+ Curry, a patrolman of Key West Fla. every side. Tom Gin : I Per Qt I Iuulc: I

'. such a question and am only stating Sometimes: it *ettlu in my knees and The Ocala is > . Hi, -- i
walk at Cooperage Company :; Holland Gin FOR $3.50 k London Dock Gin .. . $ /.1
; facts as they were. It seems to me other lamed times me so it I would could be hardly in ftvt ;and doing a fine business and is employing Crown Gin .- Tom < ;in .. . . 1 lUll

that the only correct way to vote at lands I was incapacitated my for tIut Perfection Gin .. 2.00 We \villseml 4 full ,,1"Uuul Gin : . .. . t 00
so about twenty-five hands. qts.
't.. I in } RUM. I h"phattGin . . t -.0
One night when was severepain
\ conventions would be by ballot, and } and lame from it my wife went This is our seventh winter in Ocala : New England Rum .$2.::>0 OLDHARVEST i Cooth Turn Gin . . ,1-,0!

I ,, when I made a motion to vote by ballot tl': the drug store here and came back and we go back to our Northern home II' Jamaica Rum 3.*i0 MALT WHISKEY.

told did not have time. with bottle of Chamberlain's Pain CORM I
<} was we a carrying with us a picture of the ,BRANDY. Per Qt lt'.rtlrBlackberry
with it and found
Then when we expected to be asked Halm.the pain I was had rubbed nearly gone during the rick City in its yearly improvements Brandy .1.0: The best goods to be Duffy's Pure Malt . . .$100

R\ that all in favor of placing monumentat night. I kept on using it for a little and wish for the summer to hasten j jy I Apple Peach Brandy Brandy .. . . 3 30California .iJ? had ft.r the money I!<,tt man's . . .. ,100 i

more than two weeks and found thatit I SWEET GOODS.
to rise but instead we
Olustee
3.oo
"L' drove the: rheumatism aw'ay.: I have b so that we can return to O'ala.1 t| Cognac FOR S6.00 I| Per ',alM .

were told all opposed Lake City in not had any trouble from that diseasefor our winter home.'ISITOlt.. i! WINE. Peach and Honey "a" grade .,0

{ such an evasive way that very few ( over three months." For sale by I t } Catawaba Wine .$1.5iVe will send express ,J l'etl'h and Honeyaa" grade : 00

all druggists. m l'.rt Wine I..:;I1t prepaid full quarts ofSTRAUSS Ko< k anti Rye "a" grade . t '.u }
i understood the proposition to'ote We do not believe that any editor : BKukberry Wine 1. '; .btu. k ami I iy- "a a" grade . .' 00

on. It was not what the Olustee people The Tallahassee Sun says that Mr. in Florida can find it in his heart to !| Htll.rry'in,' 1.;" l FAMOUS 'r'flg.. Brautly . . . z.,00lml"rt..d
4' Port Win.- ------------4."" I..raicc. lir.tiniy.t . . .oo
expected. I rose, however and II. Dove Allison is a crazy man and censure Governor Broward very'' J ImM| >rt t -d Sh'-rry Wine:: 4"" 76 I D'i E : _\l prig Hr.ui'iy . .' .'." 3.00

'i stated to the convention tint in behalf yet the Miami News says that Mr. Allison strongly for not permitting the officers .-..... i

I of Dickison Chapter I would like shipped during the past vegetable of the law to take Editor I L'Engle .

l\ i it clearly understood that it was not season from that section twenty- away from Tallahassee at this time

" 1 with us a matter of fighting a sister one carloads and several thousand and have him tried in Manatee cotin Those Na Go.

2* city or opposing her having a mon- express shipments. If all crazy men ty for criminal libel. There is so }

ument, and that we fully understood would do this-well, more of us had much depending on his versatility :

that the battlefield was out in the better get crazy. I and his industry at this moment. It ;i

.f- woods, yet notwithstanding all ibis Senator Tillman says that Bryan I shows too. that the editorial fraternity -: Ocala Florida i

our wishes and votes were for the ,and Hote Smith would make a good has almost become one of the r ,

battlefield, that we cherished the running team for the democratic presidential co-ordinate departments of the state A

j41 earth that drank so deeply of the and vice presidential nomi government. lIe is one of the essentials I

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f _- PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OFf Jacob's Well. $5; Moore's Pond, $5; CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS !;',

:: 4 PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Magnolia, $5. I,

'.. (loll 4F The other schools were left the We congratulate the brethren of the

I f t Official. same as last term. state press. So many of our evchahg-
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: Howard Academy was allowed another ,
t The board of public instruction in es are coming to us greatly improvedin
: teacher at $40 per month and
and for Marion county, Florida, met .
:: the school granted the privilege of appearance.The
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J -- this the seventh day of May, 1&07, in starting an industrial department. Gainesvill? Sun, one of the

i .... regular session with Isaac Ste\ens
The Clarksville school and the Montague best papers in the state, has put in a' -
1 .- chairman. ; B. R. Butch and J. S. "
p .... school were allowed $10 per linotype machine. We know what
: t JGrantham present. month each to employ monitor to
a that means in the of and
J Minutes of last read way expense j JIYVAfY
\ mooting were assist in teaching.The VtNVVVV\N'>AN\N'V +
also in the way of equipment. The
t -- and approved.
...... following appropriations were Sun will now be better prepared than
t 1 In view of the fact that teachers then
\ I made: ever to serve the good old town of
::: everywhere are refusing to teach mi-
Ocala High School, $tOO for extension "
like of
Gainesville. "Mac. the rest
\ Mess: they can secure better salaries,
I and repairs; Orange Springs. $10 mortals, have his failings -
us
i 'and the and find.I' poor may
; trustees supervisors for repairs; Anthony ,$10 for repairs; but if so they all lean toward
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( Ing it impossible to secure good Eaton Creek, $30 to ceil house; Key the side of the interests of Gainestille! IlL HIINDELSM N NHas
::::: teachers without ,
[ ;f paying more money Pond, $10 for repairs; Mclntosh, $300; and Alachua county. .
: I ... there was a general demand on the for
; _- loard from trustees and supervisors new building; Ebenezer, $200 for Nothing of an unclean nature or

.; new building; Kendrick, $'O to assistin calculated to stir strife and in-
-- up
I for increase in salaries. There was
painting house; Heidttille, $2;) for crease local bitterness is ever found
also the biggest i demand for new
1H.r..r repair and painting; Grahamville, $10 in the columns of the Sun. The bit-

I : _._._._ : known buildings in and six repairs years.that Twenty-five has been for repairs; Indian Mound, $300: for terest enemy of "Mac," if he has any, been convicted by his competitors for selling goods cheaper

new building; Capulet, $10 for repairs -
deal in the Tin

::::- schools one mill recommended for the general an county increase school of ; Fort McCoy, $73; for repairs; gets News; a is square trying to publish paper.just sucha than anyone else. <* But the half has never yet been told.

Weirsdale, $CO for repairs; Mt. Tabor, local affairs.

I I_.-- tax two to schools meet these recommended necessities.that Only the $23; for repairs. We paper congratulate as to the Universitytown We are here with the goods, and our

The Marshville school was granted
on having such a fair, square
tax remain six mills.
\ window panes and few repairs; esti- the Sun
clean, up-to-date as
I j f After considering the claims of all paper
mate not made.A

I i\I, i! w". ; them schools were the absolutely board thought necessary most for of number of other applications for \Ve ,look after for the greater editor improvementsstill gets through Tale IItB !

new buildings and repairs were deferred the
with his sentence at Tallahassee.And Prices Tell
tt-:: the Improvement and best interest of I
until next meeting on account i now comes the Lakeland News, i
.. schools.
the
I >
\\1 estimates of cost not being made.
announcing the purchase of improved :
_
i It decided to recommend to
was Mclntosh was granted $;;00, provided Brother {
and enlarged equipments.
: the commissioners to make a BB'EZfEtE.ErtiE
1 county B B
the buildi- WOO build
k :: trustees a $: lIetherin ton is one of the best writers -
seven mill levy for county school purposes.
ing, and the board agrees to appropriate He eminently fair
have. seems
I ...... we
$;;011 more one year from date to and in his editorial utterances. -
p ; The board and superintendent appeared square
pay a part of the indebtedness, which ideas to the
as
He has clear-cut

I -:: before the county commission will he necessary for Mclntosh to in- function and limitations of a newspa If we only had the we would tell you all about it, butas

......' I ers in a body and asked for thc sev'en cur. space

_- mills, stating the reason and giv Ebenezer per. We greatly envy his power of have much will give a few prices:
-' ing the claims for same, but the board was appropriated $200 putting things, so that we can see we not space we only you

::: provided) the patrons will do all the what he thinks. His paper is clean,
commissioners could notgive
'of county I
work, cell and paint the house.
clear and newsy, and as bright as a
..._ at this meeting as
.. an answer Indian Mound is appropriated $300:: dollar. -:-=
-- they said they would like to considerthe bran new -:-.: = :
f ..... matter and determine what otherdemands provided patrons will put up a $toO Next comes the Record at Bartow '

I :: ; will have to meet. building. How it has improved since Brothei I'
+ they
A petition from the Andalusia community And he is putting .
took charge.
the school board re-assem Canova
'f After BARGAIN DAYS
signed by patrons representing -
consideredtho in a new press and increased! i
1 i'bled in its office and again
twenty-eight pupils, was read, and We are all proud of tin
matter, it found that the county equipments. I
after consideration deferred until
editor, and shall not
::: handsome young
: will likely lose many of its best
the salaries and next meeting. be surprised at any success that drops jl
:teachers unless 25.MEN'S
--
The resignation of W. L. Akins as in his hand. Beginning Saturday May
terms can now be definitely fixed, and I .
trustee of the Blitchton school and
:: commissioner.seemed disposed Times would fail to tell of all thepapers ,
the
as: 0. B. Chappell of the Kendrick school that show marked evidencesof I :
iT': to do what was best for the
and W. B. Rawls, trustees of the Fellowship and local appreciation: _
schools, the board thought that it prosperity I
-- .
school, and a
were accepted
Of the lakeland;: Sun, the Brooks-
; -- might count on at least an increase
:: the patrons authorized to recommend ville Star, the Brooksville Argus, the lDeFunlak I I

-, of one-half mill. suitable persons as their successors. Breeze and others, that an
The board proceeded to estimate its SILK Shirt Waists

OF e---- .expenses on a six and oue-lalf mill The following teachers were thenappointed putting in or have put in new equipments '
:
".
"- : the News has already spoken

:=: .tax. thai, it DUIln'llon-W. W. Smith, princi- Gentlemen, one and all, we con,rat, AT YOUR OWN PRICE Marie Antoinette, worth I l ItQ

The board then estimated pal; assistants, Miss Blanche Hall, ulate )'ou. We congratulate the state ClOTHlt $2.00, at . . . . $ .
would hate the following resourcesfor
-.-- Miss Irma Goodyear and Miss Cora The day has passed whim the rural Yard wide Taffetas f in Beautiful Lace and Embroidered

.- operating the schools for the Ross.lleddick. the weeklies in Florida, can colors . . all9l c Fronts, worth from $1.43

term 19u7 and lltrtS. -E. R. Simmons, principal press writers We have a limited number of line Beautiful Plaids in to. . .. . . .48c
: sneered at. Certain literary threequarterwidth
I ::::, From C 1-2 mill levy . .$2SOOO.Oft: t be I (fray Serge, in light- and dark col-
; Miss Alice Hines, assistant. worth 85c; to $1.00 Sbambras in all colors. Regular
who
\ From polls . . . 2.100.00 Maytille-R. B. Ervine. who want to be facetious, or ors, also plaids, worth from $li.UO we are selling at 69 C price 75 cents-
de plume, could beat to $ls.00.
From redemption of lands. 1500.00:; write under a nom Our price. . . . 59c
I Silks . ...
1 Weirsdale-R. W. Ervine. better business than writing about They are going in this sale atc10,98Se Pongee at 5ge
COoo.Oo
From 1 mill apportionment
Sparr Miss Mattie Meadows. of the control of and !
the great danger u o Black
:: from interest on state funds 17oO.Oo Lniterine Silks, in White, Pink
Camller-Miss Sallie Castle. our cities and towns passing into the r ; c. Regular and Blue Worth floe

Fort I\Ing-)1. L. Renolds.Fellowship from $tOO C White Brocade MadrasWe
...... . hands of 'rural legislators.: Someof Our .
Total . . $29700.00The to $:!:!00. Satisfaction givers.
a.-. -E. II. Martin, principal these rural legislators are rural editors China Silks, in a colors /l74CC ;

following appropriations were ; Miss Hae Folks assitant. and some other legislators from IA AQ Blue and Black Cl.iy at . . have a large assortment worth t
_- then made: for the expenses: of 19u7 Folks: III. Mfl W'orsteds'von l h 1 ivin 25c to 30c per yard.

__ and 1SOS: pal; Miss Rae assistant. the rural district, (that is away from 1V r\J jii0o to $15.00. They go at . . IQ C
Capulet\ Miss Elsie Sc h mebler. the big cities) seem to suffer nothingin 1
Salaries of teachers six We h:1a few Black UnfinMuHlWorsted .

:=: months . . . .$3 noo.IO( Orange 1..1keliss C. Estelle reputation as they measure swords Suits, regular f\ g\e\ LAWNS

.- __ Transportation, five schools) 823.00; L>les. with the giant statesmen from the ]>1'11', $ls..IO. Ill UX READY MADE
Charter Oak-Miss Frankie Ross. We sell them for------ lwtV
centers of population.
; MComumission treasuier . looO.OO larger All our 15e Lawns to go at 12 l-2c;

: :i Salary of superintendent 1200.00 'ndrirk-)1iss Josephine Me Another change to be noted is the the 12 l-2c Lawns at 9 12CWe
\ Comb.
Robertson from Live
of F. Ion SKIRTS
going
::: Expenses of school hoard. ::2 .OIJ

.....- Postage. . . . CO.00 Mai tin-Miss Estelle Morrison. Oak to Green Cove Springs. He has have a beautiful line of Lawns

.-...- Interest I. . . . COO.Oo GI'ahamvilleliss Carrie II oIl). purchased the Clay County Times. We
....... SIadyliss Laura Glggers. are glad to see him back in strictly BOYS'CLOTHING All of our Silk Skirts to go very .
Repairs and new buildings :2000.00Furniture ehp:1We. have them in all .
In view of the fact that the next for the col01
=;:: . . . {;(jn.u) editorial work, and predict :, and qualities.Our I, .
regular meeting day, the first Tuesday is fine
lie
iF Olllco\ help .. .. . 150.00 Times increased success. a $7.50 Skirts to at HATSMEN'S
in June will be the regular day go $6.48
fellow and his English prose |j
F Miscellaneous . . :3inl.PuTotal young
.If for the examination of teachers, the is all right. We leave Brother Mc- In all colors and prices Our 6.50 Skirts to go at. '5.45

t hoard agreed to meet the first Monday Death to speak of his poetry.Arcadia Wash Suits from 4!>e to $1.4S Our 5.50 Skirts to HATSWe
1. . . . .$11110.00 go at..4.78
;. in June, but afterwards the first News. Bine Serges, sizes from 12 to 17
..- It was decided that if the county ; Pamamas in Black and Blueworth have the biggest assortment
Tuesday in each month as usual. Regular prices $5.50 to $7.50. Our in town. If
I commissioners fail to allow an in price US. $S.50, to go in this great /; you can't find some-

in \ that the term will\ W. D. CARN, Secretary. Florida Makes Her Hard Roads of Sale at. . . . .98 thing to suit you here you need
:: ;grease millage "Marsh Grass"In We also have a big line of Blank look no farther.

f have to lx put back to the and one and fray! Plaid Worsted Silk, Mohair and Brilliantinesall
f More About Leasing County Convicts recent issue of Printer'sInk The Famous J. B.
a All sizes Stetson
; worth from 4 98 qualities from 5.43
half months. I as O AO
!, ..-. : The question as to whether the following Lynne, Florida, May 13:, 1007.\ in an article "About Florida" $Lao; to 7.50, to go at low as . . . . 4.4O at .$4.48Panamas

schools will be allowed tot To the Editor Ocala Banner: which is signed by one George P. ; at $4.98, worth $7.50.

:: I hate received from the clerk of Rowell, the writer attempts to give
run with a less daily average attendance I
the board of county commissioners a some idea of Florida and its leading
.._ than eight was taken up: Mill Hamilton Brown American
--' Churchill preamble and resolution passed by newspapers, but the composition is so :: tleman. Regular Gen- Ladies' Low Cut Shoes in all
Creek I.inailale. Mayulle price 3.50 styles

::: (( and Williamson, these schools fall- them on the 7th inst., requesting me weak that it is absolutely disgusting .. S H 0:iii E S Our price . .. .. ... 2.98 The Essex Phoenix and Lady
to substantiate the assertions I have Take this for a sample: worth $3.50 to goat 2,98
a ; tug just below the average of eight
oj made in reference to their action in "It may tend to enable one to realize Men's Oxfords, the Latest
All of Ladies' Styles
our and
last term also whether the hoard Children's
t'h- ;
easing[ out the county convicts how flat Florida is, to be told that Shoes at very low prides. The Famous Walkabout, See Our Shoes
t" will transport any school that does worth 2 98
350. Our
through the columns of the Banner, or should an engineer select the summit I prIce.. .
I : : not make an average of eight. After
make a retraction of what I have published of the highest hill for a site fora -
-. considering the matter it was decid- I
over my signature.I duplicate of the Washington monument -
6ted: that in view of the fact that these -
I ..-. write this to say '1 shall he away and determine to sink its foundation -. j

.are old established schools and are from the county two or three weeks to the level of the sea, and 1 MONEY
::: too far to be transported to other p
i from today. On my return I will proceed count the height from that line, the I SAVING
be allowed to
G-- schools, that they runt
I to substantiate by their own shafttould still stick out of the t
tomprovided thoy make an average of
witnesses (their official record) every ground more than a hundred and fifty -
:: six It was also decided that no II StiE:
assertion I have made concern feet. The soil is ( DAYS
wagon will be allowed to run unless sandsand'I'I 2IE
ing them in
; your paper. A public of- sand. There are no I
t --- it can carry an average of six, and
fice is
a public trust and men who might search the whole state for a
t whenever any school or wagon fail to
occupy offices should not feel so exalted piece of rock big enough to make a i a jc
::: make an average of six for anyone
that their official acts shouldnot doorstep for a cottage--or even big
month the school or wagon be stop-
.s-- be criticized. enough to throw at a dog. For road-
I .-- ; ped. It is further ordered that no
I have opinions of my own; it is making material they resort to covering We will i :
j --- new school will be established on the give chance
:: my right to express them, and I am the sand with marsh grass or you a to
ground that if it cannot make an a\- supply !
responsible for them.It forest leaves and this again with with yourself -

aftThe t._ erage of following six. increases in salaries is the wounded bird that flutters. shells from the seashore, the combination anything you need in the !

I shall hold to my position until convinced making a path that glitters
-
were then made over last'ar'. Shoes or Dress
I am wrong. I do not expectto white in the sunshine, but not par- Goods line at manufacel
Ocala, $tO per month; Weirsdale. .
shoot
at any dead or decoy ducks ticularly dusty."
_- : $10 per month; Sparr, $3::i per month:
but shall ai mdirectly at the mark. Of course George P. Rowell! may be prIces.
1Martel, $5 month Orange Lake.
per ;
Yours till! I return home.R. a ten-year-old schoolboy who has obtained
:::: 4 $5 per month: ; Oak Hill $3::i peri .
F. ROGERS. his knowledge from some old
i .month. Pedro, $20 per month; Ken-
t -- fashioned geography: certainly he has
fdrick, $5 per month; Oeklaw aha, $3: Good Words for Chamberlain's
Cough never been in the state. If the news I
I per month; Flemington, $3; per Remedy

c :: month; Martin $): per month; Shady papers of Florida fail to properly t'1

People everywhere take pleasure in "roast" this juvenile composition, it 1e
;, ......_. $a per month; Grahanuille. $3::i per testifying to the good qualities of will be a wonder. The criticism cannot OS 011 Store

__ month: Greenwood, $3: per month; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs.

Mount Tabor $3: per month; Mount Edward Phillips of Barclay. Md., be too severe. r
writes: "I wi>h to tell you that I can !
: 111 Olive $3: per month; Baldwin Farm, recommend Chamberlain's Cough
. L 1 Remedy. My little WANTED-Student nurses to take ,
.,. $5 per month. girl. Catharine I
who Is two years old, has been tak- training course in Marion County .
The following schools were reduced ing this remedy whenever she has had OCALA
in salaries: a cold since she was two months old. Hospital. Appliaction blanks furnished FLORIDAt

Charter About a month ago I contracted a on request by writing ,
: Oak, ;
f. $5 Hurricane
Pond dreadful cold
myself, but I took
DR. W. V.
NEWSOM
: $5: MarshvilU, $5; Homeland $5; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was ,
for sale by all druggists. m 5-10-lm. Ocala, Fla. '(j1'ttL -
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I .+.........+............... .......................... I tire. enfranchisement.. '.- '- .-. "'of. -:'''''7''I'I I matters--,'.:- ',''-the,;<, details of,\ which"" ",,, are' ,,not,. "'c'-" >' ,

was a mistake, but for the foregoing .known. i
i OF I I l
VIEW THE
EYE
BIRD'S
reasons I believe the adoption of the 1 Following the presentation of the ,

proposed amendment at this time indictment Deputy Marshal
, I W. A.
& AT
; I DOINGS TALLAHASSEE '
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ij/ ,, would he' unfortunate and submit I Johnson was sent Brooksville. to
.1't. '
. ... 2 -- -- these views: for such consideration
,, as : arrest Colonel Saxon. The old
'. -
gentleman
=. !::.
.j .. -. .. g'.0.
, ; =; -
'
I \ : : .. --fitt ( ; Ij The Glwernor'Brilliallt Reception at the New Executive J they may be i who is known and beloved ia .

-,, .'. 'Z :'.r::1 1- ;.(, $ )Mansion Wreckage of Important Hills Line Le-i>la- worth.F.. P. FLEMING. I every section of Florida, was busy at I

-' ./ 'v. 'I I',.... live Shores Distinguished Vi>itor< Frank Jacksonville. May 6. work in his
lip .J1" '. ;\ office when the ofieer putin
\1'/4-1 'v' dam9uns:: Mallory's Place .
L r t'!: ." ..:;, JI"f'I,.\ _._- VA appearance and notified him that:
..
/ .
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\
"'; ".',.':;, 'J." '\ '\ for the Ocala Banner Miss: Jeffers= Bell. MUST NOW GROPE IN DARKNESS I he held a warrant for his arrest.
by
; Written Especially n I
1 r, .
g'. ; & ..t; i,I ; 1" 0'I AT THE STATE CAPITAL j "All right," said Colonel Saxon
-
y-".. -r. : \ :' .....:..'.!.-4-,i'.,,i V-I.It,I 0 10+.004.4..9..0. 44 4.N.0 o + eeeNNeooe.eeieoee..4of : i "I'll! be down to the train when it

'4AiJe&t t; .. V. \oil \ {>'N:'! '/ Tallahassee, May !" .-The house- Tam;Ja. Hon. E. R. Gunby. a lead TIe great state of Florida is apt togo i i pulls out for Tampa. Got any more

.ffi ? ing republican politician and to the "demnition bow-wows" within -;! warrants ?"
an al- to serve
maniios.
: !. ll"W warming at the governor's new >
.. srl r -'. 1 '.!.';-.; ,:tt. : l----i .""i"J-'JitI" .r,,., ......._. Vr. ,,,'" Wednesday: evening, although together charming: man. Hon. William the next few da)s. j "Yes I've got warrants against:
9
ft:

"..' .__.:,_,... <'_... ...."'._..- .'.-_>..-....-......... -. .-___-".;:- ::-_iI;":_":_r""" >'.=..,.... ...,...-: .:.,.. P._.. ..7tU""t ._\","' -r-:::::. : planned 'to be a very informal affair, H. Milton and bneriff Hayes Lewis of i The legislature will flounder about!: three negroes and need a little helpin
.., --- .J'C I in misdirection. "
: hopeless
.
-. ;... "' _. '- .. .. \ brilliant and delightiul'function. Marianna, Dr. S. H. Blitch, who is one finding them, replied Johnons.
.
.,. .
.,. ;; .,. -_ proved a very ;
-
""" ,... ......"' .,-, ,... ly.O;t ..I.
-" .r.t' -" it .
/ 'i: -- ::-:--. : ..... : --.- ....-"-''=-- !.. to "' \ There formal invitations of the finest and best loved men in The governor and cabinet will lack j "Let me see the warrants;' de- '
"' were no
/ ::=," :. ;..,... ... ..... :-.-... 4z1:: < \
','. .; -- ...-_. ::: ; ..., '-. I ifr''l/r. .,IIr j |,! as Governor and Mrs. Brow- :J the state, Mr. S. A. Rawls of Ocala. the guiding hand that has steered j manded Colonel Saxon and they

7 I ard wished the members of the legis- !, president of the state board of trade them safely through the devious were immediately forthcoming.

i (ti ilautre I i and citizens generally to have 'i iI and lessee of the state convicts W. \I j nels of public policy. chan-I' "Why, they're my niggers," said:

I ijt an opportunity of seeing the new i K. Haile of Jacksonville 'and former Editor L'Engle, the ponderous "I" of the grizzled old veteran; *'youjust

/ ,.,!d/41I' q. I building. Accordingly, a general invitation Governor Jennings.The the state government, at once the 'I give me tbe warrants and I'll have:
\ mentor and the dictator of the actions "
was extended. From nine i them at the train promptly. #t.
undercurrent in affairs politi- of governors and legislatures, the man I "But
live
FOUR SAILINGS o'clock until after eleven carriages I they in the country, aul
El1.0HVEEK cal carries a very decided sentimentfor with the hea\-en-sent mission to campat there'll be some attached
expenses to
went whirling back and forth through: !
; l I
BETWEEN the streets with people going and I Hon. Frank Adams the able dip- the capital and save the state is to'!'getting them. The government will )

I coming from the mansion. lomatic and popular senator from the be forcibly removed from the scene I!I stand the expense," declared the of- a

Jacksonville and New York The building was ablaze with light'!; thirtieth district for tb? United of action for a few days at least. I I ficer.

States senate. Mr. Adams refuses to The county court of Manatee has "Do
and gleamed stately white against ; you think that I am not able '-

Calling at Charleston, S. C., both wavs the dark background of woodland.!> positively commit himself to a declare issued an order for his arrest, and an to own a horse and buggy?" demanded -

THE TOES: ST2AUSHIPS: : UJ THS-ttASTWSZ:: SZSTCS.CLYDE Here and there a lantern swung I II II ation of his candidacy but his nameis officer, armed with the court's war- :I the old man; followed by: "You ,

I continuously and persistently coup rant, has. by this time, descended up- i j[ quit worrying for I'll bring them
against a tree lighted the approach, !i
I led with the senate.I on Tallahassee and snatched from his down for "
you.
i NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN I and gave a delightfully primitive ap
NEB: pearance. One almost looked for learn that Senator Mallory is in place of power the man who, judging True to his trust Colonel Saxon '\

FRKIGHT SP.R VICE BETWEEN I' a very precarious condition of health from his paper is vested with the sol- had the three negroes with him when
witches and hobgoblins to step out
Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, and it is extremely improbable that emn responsibility running the : the train rolled in, and upon reaching 'i
from the shadowy woods that yawned I
and all Eastern Points. beyond. II he will be a candidate, although he I. whole "shebang:' I II Tampa last night his first task was

I Calling at Charleston Both Ways. The welcome within was all the I has announced his intention of mal I Editor L'Engle must face his accuser -: to find boarding places for his ebony-

I SEMI WEEKLY SAILIXGS. brighter by contrast. Over the colonial ing the race. Mr. Adams and Mr. sat Braidentown and stand trial on hued trio. "Don't you put these naggers ..

Beard and possibly Mr. Sparkmanwill indictments charging him with criminal in jail," he said "for they be-
thbound . . . . From LeWis' Wharf, Boston. doorway, draped from the balcony be candidates.Mr. libel His absence at Tallahasseefor ]!'
. . . . From foot Catharine St. above a large flag fell in graceful long to me. The "niggers" didn'tgo
Abound Jacksonville : Adams is a tower of strengthin several days at least is unavoid to jail, and there is no danger of _
folds.
Flags were used in the spa '

I Clyde St. Johns River Line. cious halls and a large United States I the legislature and has been very able.What their doing so as long as their "mas: .'

successful in business and in politics.He will happen to the state of ter" can get bond in any sum for
flag and the state flag formed a background
is known as one of the most lib Florida in the dread interim? them. "-
Between
j Jacksonville and Sanford in the drawing room where
I II I eral-minded men in the legislatureand The News suggests that the legis- Colonel Saxon will probably be taken -
I
;, .... *. ?ilr.ii Astsr Governor and Mrs. Broward stood to "
33eri
I t a
: ( TeLaiiLaaiisg J ail hal 3iiata has been forthwith
exceedingly active in lature adjourn until his return before Judge Locke
I up this afternoon
; ..... receive their Pink roses and pj
guests.
S. ;
.. .
: ca Sirs
I :
> : legislation that will be of benefit to and that the governor and executive and will either be placed under JE
smilax! trailed across the handsome'
the educational interests of Florida, I department "shut up shop." bond or allowed freedom on his
mantel in this room with exquisitelydainty
t-und SCHE DULE North-Bouna effect.Governor especially to schools in the rural districts How can they proceed with business own recognizance. Colonel George p

pad down. Read up. and Mrs. Broward were "He is a man of unquestioned without the guidance and adviceof ; Martin, A. M. Wilson and other prom- 3

fe:-3-:00 p. m. . Jacksonville . . Arrive"! '00'a. m cordial in their greetings and everyone ability, integrity and energyandwide Claude? inent citizens of Brooksville came T a

e S15 p.m. . . Palatka . . .Leave 8 0.) p. m seemed to he having an enjoyable : popularity, a man whose influ- What grievous errors may they not down with Colonel Saxon, and they

e :3; 00 a.m. . . . Astor . . .Leave 3 30 p. mBeresford evening. Mrs. Broward wore a ence for good has been farreachingand make, into what depth of despair may with scores of old-time Tampa friends 'II

. . (U Land) . Leave 100 p. m pretty gown of soft white silk with whose future is brilliant with they not plunge the state, if they attempt I are unmercifully guying the old gen- : '"

'e S CO a. m. e. .Sanford . . leave 9 SO a. m. trimmings of lace. The governor, of I promise. to run the governmen in his I tlman about being "pinched." The |

'e 10 uO a. m . . .Enterprise . . Leave 100.) a. m course. was in conventional evening absence! I negroes arrested have probably been /
I
Views of Hon. F. P. Fleming on Serious indeed is the crisis which with Colonel Saxon for forty years,
dress. :Miss: Hortense Broward Miss
?as3enger"and Ticket Off ce, 122 West Bay StT-'acksonvilleT Fla. ,I Beard Suffrage Amendment confronts the state house officials and I| and while they would otherwise be
Elsie Douglass Miss Dorcas Broward I
,
------------- ----- the when Claude and his
--- legislature
-- --
-- ( scared out of their wits, with "Marse
and Miss Josephine Broward and I .
IRONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A., Jacksonville: Fla. i Editor Timl's-l"nion-Just recovering ail-compelling! Ego depart, under escort -! Frank wid 'em, they ain't scart of
Miss Naomi Fozzard assisted in sen'j j
J PENDREL, T. P. A., A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A. ing refreshments. i j from a severe illness. I learn that, of a deputy sheriff, for the banksof nuttin." The feeling existing be-

Jacksonvill., Fla. Pier 35 N. R., New York. the murmuring Manatee.-Tampa I itween the old war. horse and the ne- t.
On the north porch Mrs. John A. j the proposed amendment to the constitution -
i TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN Gen'l. Pass. Agt, Evening News.PRIVILEGED groes is a fine illustration of the love ::
Dapray, Mrs. John C. Calhoun and | i
j I 290 Broadway, New York. prohibiting negroes the i borne by master and slave for each!
Mrs. J. Stewart Lewis served punch, i
JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A. right of suffrage in this state, has I PRISONER WAS '! other prior to t1e' war.-Tampa i
Mrs. J. Clifford P. Fostet.Irs.: Thos. !
cksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.! passed the senate and is THIS SOUTHERN GENTLEMANThe Times.
now
M. Shackleford and Mrs. Benjamin E. j pendingin I
j COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE. G. F. A.
McLin served on the south porch. the house. The measure is one so
1'cksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R.. Nsw York. Andrew Carnegie has given 315,003
:Mingling among the guests several i i iI i radical and of so much importancethat Word of Ex-Confederate Veteran -
, C. P. LOVELL, Agent, Jacksonville! Fla., I to Young's Female College at Thom-
, officers of the governor's personal Was Bond Enough in the
I, !, j I have
thought that the
expres- asville. Ga.. towards a fund of $Hi,-
.r-. staff and of the general staff, in their United States Court
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. I sion of some views on the subject 000 which Mr. I. C. Hunt, the pres-

..................... ... ........ ............ uniforms added to the brilliant effect i not 'be ident, is raising to complete the
may out of
Among them were Adjutant ] place. The follow- Among the indictments presented
I I equipment of the college. About $8-
I General Foster and Col. Walter p.1| ing appear to me to be some of the objections before the recent adjournment of the
j jCorbett
Ot)) of the remainder is already sub.
: : ding New Accounts j in white uniform Major J.I to it: I Federal grand jury was one against scribed.

I I First. ft- { _. i i', i .
i A. Dapray. Col. T. J. Laud Brown. ?. .. .?a I4i r> uncut}: ? notation of Col. Frank E. Saxon of Brooksville, "'--;;
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Col.! Henry Bacon, Col. Robert F. ': the fifteenth amendment to the constitution who had for more than twenty years
FOR SALE.-one
Carlton. Col.! \V. McWilliams and of the UnUited States. been clerk of the circuit court of Her- hundred bushelsof

\ We are constantly adding new ac- other notables, not to mention well which is the paramount law. The nando county, and who was one of .velvet F. Bogeman beans,, Leesburg at $6.f}} Fla.per busheLW. 4-I2-4t

known members of both branches of suggestion that the the most gallant veterans who ever
supreme court of FOR SALE Several thousand cypress -
' ; }unts, and our business is increasing at T the legislature were Col. and Mrs. A. the United States, after recognizingthe left Florida during the civil war. The all-heart shingles. Market price.

CIS I S. Mann, Congressman. B. Lamar validity of that provision of the indictment is in regard to some land price. Inquire this office. x

every satisfactory rate. Possibly you also i and Mrs. Lamar, Mrs. A. V. Monsonof <-::titnti"u..uvu" ui, the H.iimea'. :states_:: ---.- -----
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St. Augustine, who visiting her years will now hold it invalid

- \light be glad to join us.JCOMMERCIAL. <: < i sister: Mrs. J. Clifford R. Foster Mrs. me scarcely worthy of consideration. serinsto W. A. KNIGHT- L. E. LANa.ANNOUNCEMENT. .

: I P. Pope Reese of Pensacola, Mrs. JIc- I have never doubted the right

Creary of Gainesville Mrs. F. M. Hud- ofa state to secede from the Unionup

) son of )Miami, Miss Hortense Browi I to the time it was decided .

BANK I i art!. ly: by the arbitrament of adrerse\, butI\ We have just purchased the U a gon and Harness business of Messrs.S. .

I j Mrs. Mann was extremely hand. have never believed that a state had I j A. Standley & Company, and propose t.> add to he stock of goods everything

1ut I some in a gown of champagne crepe I\ the right to nullify a law of the i that is needful to make it COMPLETE LINE in every sense of
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II OCALA, FL 1. i I de chene with lace medalions and :: government, as was general \' the word. We are agents for several of the best Farm Wagons en the mar
attempted ket; also several makes of Buggies. Besides these we handle a great variety
ieel Mrs. Lamar wore an exquisite by South
pink roses.
...............4....+.44..........4....4.O4...,4l I of black liberty satin |' tariff Carolina in resistance to a j' of vehicles ether of which we stand ready to fully guarantee.
l .. gown act, and afterwards by a mini-
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-- with lace trimmings. Mrs. Foster, ber of the Northern states in resist- I' High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages,

18 I always lovely, wore a pretty gown of 1 ance to the constitutional provision, Unexcelled Wagons, Harness,

white de chene. :Mrs. Monson i land
crepe act of congress in pursuance !
Lap Robes Etc. Etc.
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- DIRECT FROM OUR DISTILLERY -i\itwith a black picture hat. Mrs. slaves. !i Turpentine Wagons a Specialty.

!Ilalll.I'- wore a dainty sown of white ; Second. The adoption of the -
--, proposed We are Always in Position to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate Competition.
!ii.-t t with divsden girdle in soft tones': amendment would

98 i W fiLi.l oi I I heliotrope.! I I defiance of the general government'which evidence a We are Sole Agents for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine -

lll LO: t"r.t1V M: Tl'-'iv were many other lovely women : could not but militate against and Farm Wagon.

r "Wi g 2SStf ",/ ,i in pretty frocks flitting through the interest of the state, which has: '

t' t tiniMunis.' and handsome men galore. heretofore !been the beneficiary of extensive Knight & Liang

tf f The new mansion is set in a pret- aid from it. ,
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.. .. I \\iKKlland belt directly in front oflIb
\ : \ Third. It
would furnish
t3.f ... '1'4 excuse an.l! .
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M 1-- 't t"ur-r. S'in']! \ -i j ilii I
1.Jf famous old Call home just outMtle -
; A g )' encouragement to the dominant natty --

j :**'i t*.O f \ .. J..."" 1. H ti''f"! of the city limits of Tallahassee. in congress to continue the effect! .
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in
b 1 It v.H! he ready for occupancy to cut down
., : m' .'" ,. our representation 1 b,\
,. r i i :e iJ .. i !! a':-'\nt: a month, and is a handsome eliminating the negro population from

I 'l\\,!Imwith! : splendid porches north. the count.

FIJLL *985 tXP RtLSS t 'iand south, supported by thirt-- i i iI Fourth. Even if tbe prop-js.! ;tlR1' fJ. BOTTLES [ [

t"'t columns! of great length and amendment to the Florida constitution

such a nice QTS.l i'n=J PiWSemi .I i lq'lIh.. should be enforced, no necessity rn
Tht' mansion as yet js not furnish- exists for it. The negroes in UK t- Whiskey

.Sh 111.'. plain ticast. t-d.! but an appropriation will be made state : ;
1
..I l us s.si nn.l: v e .will hip you ..., can scarcely be considered apolitical t t ',
: f..r. _!...1 for handsome furnish- ) fi
.. l'tIlh-' t\j session
I ....' : gull III' 1'1 rks t.) ::1" aT : > factor, very few of them engage \:\D
,
DALE RYE;;:, rxprrrs rn'"l1: :
WILLOW the in
for
ui m.and putting grounds
,.'5%>>- 'f''\. lIU 1'' \"t.u stud if von lOI't end it all nght awl the I, ; !he ;proper! shape. I suited in politics or vote. This has r- L 6 Full Quarts
\ at nr e principally from the
ur- *.'S ;r:::..' I :" tasted. sed it back to us adoption For4q77' 95
'" rrfnnurJ.a'i $2
t i' y'. ,, lrmUvour jlh5v"l: be -- I of the Australian ballot and th- po!:
:. -. L ir oiler' J They still walk the plank-those Carolina Whiskey .
:! > i: that a tax prerequisite.Fifth. ( \
1 g1 I.. we are driers, so : !.;':- and resolutions-John Beard'sn I S
frc:7from
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,) Notwithstanding coionization : s yr Carolina Whiskey will give excellent satisfaction. It. a well aged
It't us you save the enormous ,, iro enfranchisement measure. Dr. I '_' '1 article and in our estimation far ->jperior to the decoctions and mixtures
..I I i'. anti avoid all chance of adulteration.ou. art.t schemes, the negro is with 11-. l : I.j sold by irresponsible order whiskey houses at i3.00 to S3.50
rs '" ers as it coux" fr,)".:1 pt m-r'h compulsory vaccination bill gallon. We make! a special price on CAROLINA WHISKEY to show
O of getting our whiskey Just i and in my opinion, is here t" Ma\ { I J I per
I'I slue being umrer"\ ,with ill aa- :Mr. Traininell's franchise bill and I w that we are not afraid of any kind of competition Our plants cover four
our distillery without 3 furnishes a useful and necr.ar." .. teen acres,making us the largest mail order whiskey. house in the world.
J hers of less note. In the house thisweek
//111'1 \\3"' WIll send yon element of labor for southern mdu
we
:\ii't;' I lf you prefer corn whiskey R' 'ORrIWHI :Mr. FaulKner of Taylor, Mr. 3 SAMPLE BOTTLES FREE. .
fJtl.1j .\ fourfullqnartsofourALLAN SINCL tries. Both races occupy the same Send us $ .? and we
.1 1;\., ; YforS2,80e.pressprep.tii. tat c.m':: Willis of Levy and Mr. Dupont of St. territory, and while will ship you by express 6 full quarts of Carolina Whiskey and *e
not tolfitim
K :
t Rill in same box complimentary,a sample bottle of eacb.ulieka. .
from an'boJ else:: 3. a i I Include
habeen particularly enter-
I, r. --4tfu jd"u.\' a better corn whiskey John anything tending to social equaliu "/ "Gold Band and Casper's 12 Year Old White Cora

'.t' :.,rt ] any price. -t.ar.ey taming Mr. Faulkner is an orator it is the duty of all good C.HZMIS! to
of perfect sanction I I SPECIAL NOTICE! We deliver the above prepaid anywherein
s ? its : Our guarantee 1 of rhe kind that tears passion to tat- I I express
I refunded goes with every shipment; ;;e.IS au do everything proper to avoid race North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia, but customers livingin
I I deal \1h us as the owner r-rs. Mr. Willis a first rate mimic and other states reached by Adams or Southern Express Companies
I'I, ''I run no risk when you million dollar con icr or antagonisms. The negro must remit SOc extra. Buyers east of Mississippi River residing on
I ; ; I; ; of our company h.ire resources of a Mr Dupont delightfully original and question which we have to deal with some other express lines moat send $3.95 for the 6 quarts and 3 sarapla!
J Ill'i i and will do exactly as we say. forcible in whatever he says. I bottles and we will prepay express. Remit cash with order and address:
-itCREEKDlSTlllffl( \ I CREEK DISTILLING CO.. is sufficiently serious as it is. Let us i i' THE CASPER CO., Inc., RoanoKe, Va.

( Jj'| | t THE SWIFT MACON, GA.asratm'a avoid unnecessarily rendering it more 'll jI Ilk If i I' (llM WiMtM-tl .,!t.C.) O1ntel'lor C.3. Bettered PI.tWer1'e.M5: ,Sth Dirt.,\'L .
) the distinguished here in vbUk!>* mats under.oyer.l.ioa or r & OS.-n and fiuruMJ par* times tiSulaut
-< Rel tcred Duller No. %9.. Swift Creek. Ca. Among men 30. Para FooJ .ad Droj Law.
i t this week have been Mayor Frecker i I I have always thought! that the! en-




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- PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF i full payment of balance due us under the special road now being built ize and warrant the removal and I

COUNTY COMISSIONERS a certain contract of date the 14th there. prosecution of a majority of the board I OoC>oooootOOOOOO( OO<>OtC'i: ):c.
t (O ;;
-- of April, 1906, made between us and Also a check to the board for twen of county commissioners for malfeasance -I iO '\ f

--....-.: I the county commissioners of Marion ty-eight dollars for the sale of some in office; and, wherea*, the said Rickets. (\ i,
Ocala, Fla., May 7, A. D., 1S07. ; T.rI
I county' Florida, and in full paymentof cattle from the poor farm, which charges made and pubished: as I f3sA the visible sign that baby's tiny bones (0 j, .
of commissionersmet
The board
pL county i Simply
all money due or to become due checks were delivered to the county aforesaid are untrue and unwarranted 'l I \
enough.
in regular session on this, the 7th I rapidly i i under said contract or any addendaor treasurer and proper receipts received by the facts as they exist and appear % are not forming L i,: JI
day of May, A. D. 1907. is the cause. <> : I
modifications thereof, and in full for the same.Commissioner in the records and upon the minute X of nourishment
Present and presiding: J. L. Edwards : / .
payment and final settlement for nourishes baby's < A.6 ,
any
it Pyles made a statement book of the board of county com SUfJEmulsion I
chairman; N. A. Fort, S. R. !J
I and all materials furnished and work showing the needful condition missioners which are open to the bone. .' .
\ Pyles, C.V.. Turner J. M. Mathews, Stimulates and makes ,
i and labor done and performed under of Mrs. Harvey, living near Monta free and full exemination of the pub- 'g entire system.

commissioners. said contract of date the 14th of gue. It was upon motion ordered thata lic; now, therefore, be it what baby needs. ,. ..
Minutes of previous meeting were I Exactly .1r
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April, 1906, and all amendments I
warrant be drawn for twenty dollars Resolved By the board of county <;

read and approved. I thereto, and in consideration of the payable to Mrs. Mattie Harvey, commissioners, that the said R. F. ALL DRUGGISTS 50<. AND *1.00 I ,"
: The citizens' committee who had tOl
r
1 payment of said money we hereby OOOOa90t) 4J4 \\ 1':I
- and the clerk was directed to mail Rogers be, and hereby is requested lle"OootrOoOt
been with the board with .c.oO ,
advising I > I r
covenant and agree that all materials the same to her at Montague. The and called upon to take steps at once ,. "

lt' reference to the building of the new used in said building have been fully I board baring heretofore consideredthis to substantiate and establish by competent -- "' -I},
fines. $K', costs, $8.93
court house having been invited to committee Douglass, ; J. < ,
- paid for by us, and that all moneys : matter and directed the evidence proof of the chargesso Pyles it was ordered that a }
be present on this day and the courthouse I I paymentsof the M. Barksdale, fines, $175, costs, .fltR
T4. due for labor thereon have been paid five dollars per month be made to made bv him; or else publish by I be appointed to investigate
having been tendered the board by us, and hereby covenant and I of the convicts as to how $40.45.
condition
agree
nIl: : I her, but from an oversight the warrants the same manner by which he circulated :
the resolution Treasurer T. E. Pasteur I
for following -
County
acceptance to hold the said Marion county, Florida kept, etc., a committee con .
aIn had not been drawn for the his false charges. a full, free I they are .
ort. was unanimously adopted by the and the said board of county commissioners said Mrs. Harvey. and unqualified retraction of said sisting of the entire board except filed his report at follows: y

board School Fund !1 7I ,
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> harmless against any and Chairman Edwards was appointed.Poor
Whereas, This board has inspectedthe !!" Bond of Frank P. Gadson, with J. charges. I Receipts . . . .$1l,3jU7\t I I.KI'
all claims for or on account of the Resolved further. That a copy cf Farm Report for April l'nKI
new court house, constructed byM. W. Alexander and J. D. McDufty as 1901. Disbursed. . . . 11.03L25 \ ,
cost of materials used in the 7.
I any con- these resolutions be sent to the said Ocala Fla., May
At'rop : T. Lewman & Company, contractors sureties, was approved. I
struction of said court house or the Col.! R. F. Rogers without delay. To the Honorable Board of County

: : under contract of date the 14th work or labor bestowed thereon. Resignation of G. B. Chappell, mark Commissioner Fort was excused Commissioners, Marion County: Balance. . . . .$ 347.22

f of April, l&OC. under which contract and brand inspector of district No. Road Fund 1
thf Received 5707.M. from voting; on the above resolution, I ha"ing'isited the poor farm on : ,:
with the addenda and the modifications T. LEWMAN & CO. 29 was accepted.The that there Receipts. . . . .$ 5.583.S7 \
Ma'am4' at his request, and the clerk directedto the (Ctb inst beg to say .

:utte'\).; of same the said M. T. Lewman Contractors, resignation of J. H. Dorr, mark forward immediately copy of said are eight inmates< five white and Disbursed . . . 963.27

& Company, contractors, were to receive and brand of I
Heidtville
I by M. C. Lewman. inspector was resolution to Col. R. F. Rogers at three colored, the same as of last report -

he the sum of $01,532.93; I This agreement, made and entered accepted by the board. Lynne Florida.Cmmissioner. and they are all in apparent Balance. . . . .$ 4, 20.&) ..',1.r..'

(1 And Whereas The supervising architect -I! into thi3 the 7th day of May 1S07 by The petition asking for the road to Edwards thereupon good heall, except as to Mr. andMrs. County Proper Fund ,K

Pru George MacKay, has approved ';:and between the board of county com-- be continued on the section line, two requested Commissioner Mathews to Johnson, and they are feeble! as Receipts. . . . .4915.92 ThI

,ther[ I Ihar the work of said M. T. Lew- I missioners of Marion county, Florida hundred :yards further than it now take the chair and move that the remaining the result of age. I Disbursed. . . . 4,28815 ( \
& Company, contractors, and .
man
' $ party of the first part, and M. T. runs, on the outside of the lands of I members of the board be appointed The crazy colored woman, "Sue," -
of the said contractors
it U : approved a bill Lewman & Co., contractors, party of J. W. Moody near Summerfield. was a committee to take up the bas been provided with a temporary Balance. . . . .$ 627.79F. H
this day showing a
uflcs :: presented the second part, witnesseth: granted. question of convict ,reserve, with respect home with one Charney Hope, near and F. Fund
balance of $13,159.15 as due and owing : I ,
That Whereas, The said party of The petition asking that W. S. to working the same on the Levon at a cost of eight dollars perm Receipts. . . . .$ 2,436 5 J .oj!
from the to said contractors
Tbn county the second part has constructed a Grimes be allowed to put the road on hard road, to discuss with the road nth. I take it that she is a fit subject Disbursed. . . . 340.91 : ,'.

11: be itResolved I court t. use building in Ocala Florida a line which now runs in a diagonalline overseer the propriety of said action I for the asylum and advise that
That the said courthouse I I
t I : : I under contract with the said par- across forty acres of his land, and advisability of the same; and to :! the board proceed to have her adjudged I Balance. . . . .$ 2,095.92Special -., jA
so constructed by the said M.
.) Ui ty of the first part.; which he desires to fence up. the do whatever in their judgment was at the June meeting, as all arrangements Road Fund 1 ,
'1'. Lewman & Company, contractors,
Mrhe And, Whereas, The specificationsunder said road commencing at the north- to the best interest of the county have been perfected for Receipts. . . . .f 1.061.510'
having been inspected by this board .
which said court house was west corner of northwest quarter of I which resolution was adopted. I her safe keeping for the month of Disbursed. . . .
Is hereby accepted, and the clerk of
i
oar constructed are not clear with respect southwest nuarter. section 25, town Bonds for licenses to carry firearms
this board be and he is hereby authorized '

1111f to issue and the chairman of I to the obligations of the said ship 17, range 22, east, was granted.A were approved as follows: A. Harda- May.The crops of corn, oats, pindars, Balance. . . . .$ lOCLrt fL: ''

lii second party as to the guarantee of communication from John W. ker. A. X. Goodwin, C. C. Wells, u. II. velvet beans, etc., are reasonablygood Building Fund ...
this board be and he is hereby authorized -
to sign, warrant or warrantsin I the said second party for the term of Luffman, returning a check which McIntosh, Robt. M. Blair. considering the drouth, ten Receipts: . . . .$ 3,712.92
Trahip one year of the roof upon said court had been drawn in favor of Mrs. S. The application of Mrs. Martha
sof .
a sum aggregating the sum of $13- acre oats quite ready for har Disbursed . . . -
house; A. Galbreatb, was received and read J. White for pension was approvedby I vest. The garden furnished abund- -
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159.15, payable to the said\1. T.
entrte Lewman & Company, contractors, in And, Whereas It is desired to better before the board, and it was there- the board. ant vegetables for the farm; hogs Balance. . . .| 3,71192 ,

protect the interests of the said upon upon motion ordered that the The application of Walker Swann I look well. -.1
full satisfaction, and final settlementof The two heifers reservedfrom Total receipts . . .$29G9J.6S -/

0mbTli .. all moneys to be received by the first party; said warrant be cancelled and that for the purpose of securing certifi- the herd sold in the spring, are Total disbursed. . . 16e2S.C9 r

Now this agreement witnesseth: the clerk draw a warrant in favor of cates upon the face value thereon and fresh. One of them is developing intoa
said M. T. Lewman & Company, contractors
from Marion county, Florida That the said second party, for and Mrs. Lee who had been caring for omitted :years' taxes, without interest fine mUch cow; the other not so Total balance.$12,465.flMr. :

ave in consideration of the sum of one Mrs. Galbreath for a number of years was refused.
or from this board, for or on accountof good, and I advised Superintendent Carney reported poll taxes collected .
'g13 dollar to it in hand paid, the receipt for five dollars and the clerk directed The board thereupon adjourned until Priest to offer her for sale.I I
any and all sum or sums due from as follows: Rpinilar, f.,!RSOT., .
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pa whereof is hereby acknowledged, does to mail the same to her at Sparr. Thursday morning at nine o'clock.
ordered a bill of fertilizer for the tra
the said county. or from this boardto poll tax $22. Total, $2S7.
ayiTh hereby covenant and agree that it The board thereupon adjourned until -
said contractors; for constructing farm consisting of 1000 pounds of Board thereupon adjourned until
will pay to said first party any and Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock.
the court house in Ocala, Florida, and ;I Thursday May 9, 1907. kainit, 1UO'', no-inds acid phosphate, : their next regular meeting in June. .
all costs of repairs for any part of Wednesday, May 8, 1907.
in full settlement and final dischargeof I Board met pursuant to adjourn 1000 pounds cottonseed meal and 400 i iI S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk.
rnreth the roof of the said Board
or gutters court met pursuant to adjourn-
all claims of any nature or kind ment. All members present. I pounds nitrate of soda for the price
I house which may be necessary by ment. All members present.Mr. .
nrhatsover of the said contractors Commissioners Pyles and Edwards of $3S.SO, as per bill here on exhibi FOR SALE-"Retreat Plantation,"
nil : reason of any defects in said roof or W. S. Priest appeared before
against Marion county, Florida, or I were appointed a committee, with tion. My contentions are that in this two miles west of Reddick. For particulars .
t gutters which may occasioned by the board and tendered his resigna- I apply to Miss Ellen
nhVi this board; which resolution, upon power to act, to attend to the purchase manner of buying and preparingwe Huggics
poor workmanship or bad quality of tion as mark and brand inspector at Reddick. Fla. 5-17-4t.
\ being put, was unanimously adopted. of proper shades for the court I get the best materials at reasonableI
I materials used; and the said party of Daisy, which resignation was accepted I ."; > a I -- --_ _-- ,\
flmoit Marion County, in account with M. T. house winnows. I- -'-
the second part does hereby covenant by the board. I ,
Lewman & Company, The following resolution was unanimously Hereto attached is the financia: report -
and agree that it will pay to said first Mr. J. A. Reynolds having applied .
for the ;
month.RespectfuJJy.
oU adopted: '
Contractors party any and all damages which the to the board to be released from the ,
ey'sTb State meat of Account to May 7. 1907.! Whereas The Ocala Law Library submitted, Fishel's
said first party may sustain, or which bond of Preston Dees: it was ordered I
CREDITS-1906 i Company have a large number of S. R. PYLES.Commissioner ::
to said court house that
may occur by reason the said Reynolds be released

, April 14-By contract . .$60,330.00 : of any defective workmanship in from said bond; and the clerk was United Staaii_ and state reports and in Charge. ,

a! April 14-By Art. 7, addenda Federal statutes, constituting a'use- Superintendent $35; hired MONDAYS -
I the construction of said roof or gutters directed to notify the said Dees thatIt help,

iqul by oak doors. . . 350.00 said ful library for the Federal and state $2S.C5; washing and ironing $7; cooking
court and be
upon house any would necessary for him to furnish ALE
_1yseh Dec. 14-By extra bill. f:67.95I: and all damages which the said first new bondsmen and that his bond courts, and if located in the court $10; :Martin & Cam, $6.60; Mc-

-1907- house would prove convenient and Iver & MacKay, $1.50 G. K.
party may sustain. or which may oc- and license were hereby revoked. ; Robinson MAY 20TH4MMMMMMMM
I useful to the public at large therefore $7 Marion
:Feb. 1C-By additional windows ; ; Hardware Company
Jo cur, on account of defective material The appplication of B. C. Cody for ,

':e second story. . 50.00 which may have been used in the janitor at the new court house was be itResoh'ed $8.50; Ocala Wagon Works, $1 ; Ty. .. .MMM

Feb. 1C-By changing gallery By this board that the dings & Co., $12.35; Helvenston :: .
t3.; : construction of said roof or gutters; read before the board and postponeduntil & :
in court room. . 125.00 room next to the grand jury room on Pasteur $2.20; Worrell Mfg. i
Provided That the Co.. $5
(10, i : said party of the June meeting, and the clerk ; :

ipal : DEBITS the second part shall not be liable for directed to notify the said Cody of south side of the court house on upper .J. J. Guthery, $13.CO; to bill for fertilIzer .4{po Yards f

00(1 : Payments and Allowance on Contract the cost of repairing any defects in the action of the board. floor be and it is hereby tenderedto $ S.S0. Total, $177.20. I

-1906- said roof or gutters occurring after Upon motion it was ordered that said company for occupancy as a By produce sold for cash$9.57; by

: July' 27-First payment as library, said company to pay for the check. sale of cattle 30-INCH
$28.00. i
Mr. the period of one year from the date the clerk of this board be and he is Total f
Geo. lighting and their janitor. credits, $37.37.;
approved by MacKay, Expense :
hereof balance 1'
le1111iglU\ ; hereby directed to have proper cards '

asst. architect, warrant And Provided, Further, That the prepared for the court house. The board thereupon ordered the I $139.63.The I : :

: No. 2141. . . . .$ 7,038.00 said party of the second shall not The board clerk to insert in the newspapers the following lustipos I"pnm-f"A I Percale f '
ew part thereupon took up the ----- "r'-J: I ,

Sent. 3-Second payment as I be liable for any damages which may matter of bids for guard at the -county following noticeVANTEDReliable: reported no fines viz: E. S. I

fecd approved by Ceo. MacKay, result from any defects in said roof jail, and the following bids were \ man to act as W. W. Jackson M. H. Rou, Smith.// i

asst. architect warrantNo. "which accrue or happen after the period tendered the board: janitor of court house and to care for Douglass, Alex. Wynne, W. D. Mathews "'

Sl 2542 . . . 4,500.00Oct. of one year from the date hereof. A. J. Brigance, $G5 per month; C. I court house grounds. Apply to S. T. D. L. Grantham. 1 I l 79 Cents !' .'.",

aIm -. 1C-Third payment as L. Dean, $50 per month; J. J. Strick- Sistrunk, Clerk. The following justice sreported I .4 tJo t-

approved by Geo. MacKay, fines imposed
ena In Witness Whereof, The said par- land, $40 per month; E. Weaver $40 The matter of insurance of the new 'I and costs collected as

eworti ast. architect, warrant ties hereto have hereunto set their per month; H. H. Dean $40 per court house was then taken the follows: County Judge Joseph Bell .......... :
up ...
I .... .........
No. 2772 . . . 9,475.60 I fines, $54.75. costs $51.1C Bui'
hands and seals this the and month W. P. ; S. A.
day : Chalker. $35 per month, insurance agents, G. S. Scott, D. W. '

uu Nov. 5 Fourth payment as year first above written. I and after due consideration of said I Davis and J. M. Graham, being pres- i lock fine. $329 costs, $30.64 ; H. W. Yards to a CustomerDRY1OOns .

approved by Geo. MacKay, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS bids it was ordered that the bid of eat and discussed the matter--of- insurance

ScIrec asst. architect, warrant Marion County Florida. W. P. Chalker be, and the same is ; and It appearing to the

No. 294S. . . . 2.COO.OO JNO. L. )
By : EDWARDS. Chairman hereby accepted and the contract board that the very cheap rate of-

3rb1st IVc. 3-Fifth payment as M. T. LEWMAN & CO.% Contractors I awarded to him at and for the sum of fered to said commissioners, on account -: !
approved by Geo. :MacKay
By M. C. Lewman. month.
$35 per of taking ninety per cent. of
asst. architect warrantNO.
,
mit The matter of fixtures in the county the cost of the building that it was
316S . . . 3,333.20 It .
non ?. was thereupon, upon motion, or- jail was referred to Mr. Edwards to the best interest of the county to

-1907- dered that the crossing on the north with power to act.Commissioners insure the said building for that Line j ...

Thhe Jan. C-Sixth payment as end of Indian Lake be repaired and of -
Pyles and Edwardswere
amount. It was therefore upon motion -
approved by Geo. MacKay, filled in. so as to make the Anthonyand SUMMERoD )q
appointed a committee to
arrange -, ordered that an insurance be taken V

-quo ast. architect, warrant Grahamville road around said with someone to take care of among the three agents, equally S GOODS

No. 3250. . . . 9,077.60 lake passable.A I.
ht'Ok the clock in the courthouse, and re- divided at ninety per cent. of the Is Now I \

Feb. Seventh payment as petition having been filed by aj i jcieving bids from different persons, cost of the building and furniture Complete

ill approved by Goo. MacKay, number of citizens of Grahamville :J! awarded the contract to Mr. A- E. and tht the said policies be submitted WE ARE SHOWING THE LATEST CREATIONS .
asst. architect warrant and I IX A tf3W 1 GCODS.
community asking that the Burnett for $18 per year.A to tht attorney for the board. You ;
EvrUc No. 3407. . . . 6,115.20 board do with that of I win be surprised to know thate ,
away portion communiication form Sol Benja- Mr. William Hocker presented his I iel line of goods Only are handling -::: ;; ind var ,
tar. 5 a visit
) -Eighth payment asapproved the Norwalk road which can
runs from min with : convjn .
reference to excessive as- bill for services! during the past year I you money on your you of the fact lrj by Geo. MacKay, purchases.
ago the south corner of Mr. Q. Wellhon- sessment was presented to the board for $S85. which amount seemed reasonable You will), without
ast.::: architect, warrant er's land. where the Grahamville doubt, find the
... road and it appearing that the taxes had largest and
to the board, and was ordered best
cnwa No. 3527. . . . 4,079.20April I running east strikes the said Norwalk already paid. the board felt that they I paid. eries in our store than in any. othp-._ ,.. hm.utJu.t._! m, ucaia._ assortment of Embroid-

01 5ide -' 2 Ninth payment as road to a point in front of the had no right to grant the request. It appearing to the board that it is Our prices

approved by Geo. MacKay old W. B. Holly place and also on Embroideries .
to
; The following motion was offeredby very hard for the road overseer to obtain lowest in the are by far the / I
asst. architect, warrant state
orIr grant a road in front
commencing of
Commissioner Fort and adopted: labor for the working of the road give
Eon Xo.3C:9. .. :. . 1,200.00To I the oldV.. B. Holly place 8 1-2 .INCH you a faint idea, how about.
running It is ordered that if the citizens of it was therefore upon motion ordered CAMBRIC EMBROI.

allowance on contract by north to connect with said Graham Stanton are desirous for Mac Jame- DERY EDDG.NG. FOR 10
that a warrant be drawn for two hun Cents
fans . 150.00 "
M'ditt ventilating 1.
vile
road of mile And
one quarter a east son to move the balance of his fence dred dollars in favor of the road overseer other Embroideries J. l. "
- To allowance on contract by of Grahamville ferry at the mouth of Rt 1
twenty feet form the line and will William M. Proportionately low
Lucius and that prices.
'-. t furniture . . . 400.vVTo the lane, which petition filed \Ye can affo-d to "
I"xC was and sell
pay too said Jameson the expenes ofmoving the said amount be charged up upon for less than
a allowance on contract by laid over until the next meeting of CASH ONLY Why trade LDeighbOrS' because we sell for
that which has at
part not been the regular account of tie said Lu- credit stores
stone columns . . 123.00 the board. you can trade with us pay bad debtors' prices when
and
moved fifteen feet back I get the
to twenty cius, for the hire of labor during the lowest Possible _
f I The school board, in a body, appeared feet otherwise he is cash prices- '
not required to present month, and the said Luciusbe EVERY ITEM YOU
..ngcmi $I S:93.S0 before the board and I BUY OF US
requested give but fifteen feet. The MuBE ,
resolution required to take CHASE
receipts or give PRICE SATISFACTORY
Balance due .. . .13159.15 the commissioners REFUNDED OR PUR-
county to heretofore adopted is rescinded.The checks for the labor upon said roads
lad The board thereupon ordered thata grant said board for 1907 for
a levy
board
thereupon the
adopted and to file the same with the clerk THE
, warrant be drawn for the balance taxes of mills for school C.
seven pur following resolution: with an itemized statement at the 1.:
\'hil due the said M. T. Lewman & Company I poses. After some discussion by the I 1' i
Whereas. the Hon. R. F. Rogers first of the next month, showing the
, for 1315915. board and the members of the school
has in certain publications STI/HE
of
printedand disposition the proceeds put in his IETY IV
'o1irzig Ocala, Fla., May 7,1907. board, no definite action was takenin circulated through the columnsof Captain Pyles, having heretofore

1 Received of the board of county the matter.
The Ocala Banner, in reference to been appointed a committee on cemetery
\bra commissioners oflarion county, Capt Pyles check to the ,m
,; presented the advertising for and hiring out of matters, asked for more time, .. 4
f150,,. Florida, the sum of thirteen thousand board from Mr. Haskell of Lake Weir
the convicts of Marion
county, made which was granted and he given
one hundred and fifty-nine and for fifty dollars, to be applied for road certain charges by inuendo or insinuation power to act. J j Hen Unkj

1 15: one-hundredth (113.159.15) dollars,
purposes in that community. upon ] which, if true, would author. Upon motion of Commissioner ; cthaF1aL ./ ThofUnh P



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swH of seH !126161!, oSt> -I : .. G Mosher: . .,!
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Clara B Williams /seH of swH and nwH of seH, -! Thomas Wilson . ...sVof neH and wVof' 23 55 ( W H Woodward. . !jtots 1 4 blk 69 Belleview. . 1 i 4.631 n e-
und U ..2.,16:1S., : -,- :; 3 se 32Uj'21150; !! 5 0. G H Hammond . ., i; 8.60! 1 37
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Unknown |nvi H of *:? H "f :se1* : .27161! :' 2": 3 !S+:2: !> Henning L & I Co . nL of neH and' !I3216I21I; 40 I 1 61 | E G R Stewart .1.t:! blk 74 Bell-view! . .I I I 1:7 .
William P Strunk ':'e': of seH of neH . . :21 16 h11 7-i' ; : w4 of eLi i John Kerr . . !lot 1 blk 84 5 t H '
and nets of 8W1.o Belleview! . .
Mary E Vogt '<. *? of nwH and sw H of nut 31 16 1', '..: I 11' ". and swH of : T S Lockwood . ,tot 1 blk 85 Belleview i i 5.12, : _
swl,4and seH of : . .
I Unknown ;tiof :>eHneH of neH and &-:> of nwH andnwL Heirs of J B Webb . :tots 2 i I 1:1
t I of set . . . i of nwH . :16'21)320': !) I 11 58 and s4 Of lot 3 blk 86; : i I
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4'1 2: '60 Louis Horn* . . swt Belleview . 1
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L ; of sw, of nwH and w1.. of' ;I.neH I. 4 44 J F Barrett .tot
: i Henning L & I Co . 4 blk 87
wL Beileview. .
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of of . -, '.' . ,35:16121! : 320 ;5 64 A H Brown . . : j 4 i +
I swH nwH 32161jswH :: ; : 3 521: Thomas Wilson . . neL of .lots 1 2 blk 88 : :
I k St.4 . . Belleview. .
. . 3516-21; ;, 40 i I HI 1 ;
[Unknown of ne'% and nwH of vas: 1i ThlmaVilsl) . .1. "ttj ntvL4 1 45 P T Barry. . . .jots 11 12 13 14 blk 88 Belleview 1; + :
i and a\s of s1-- n of rivrr..t': : ; Is I :.;; o 53; Jan Chandler . .36162I So I 245 J F Barrett . !jlot 1 blk 89 I 1 n.
'. . of neL. of swH . :361621'; Belleview . i I 5
Ray & AndersonUnknown ,I lot? 1 to 19 inc Dunnelln..35.1ti. 2 II'H: A Ford . . Wl .1f nwt. 2 . . lors 20 to 27 !inc Dunneilon. 35161 I|)7; Maggi Howell cVn "and U62 7* : 5 07 11cGebeeIayo . lot 5 blk ; f 9.19) :: ;j
C Y .Miller . . .lot.387 388 Dunnellm . 35161 \ !IJ !( 3 s by 11.90 "chs'e i! ; :. J L Fish . . lot 5 blk 90 Belleview. . i 4.691! : :"
. . -i and w in nw cor of stow 316-"">'' 9* Belleriew . .1! !
Eliza Giles tot 36 Dunneilon . . '35'16 1 ; +Unknown . . 4 14, C D Barne . . lot 6 blk !
UnknownUnknown . . h.t: 43 Dunneilon . . :35,16, :: ;;Ii', Inknown . . I n-H of *wH . . 5.1640. 2 84.. J L Fish . . . tot 3 blk 98 96 Belleview . i' i 1! S i : ,
tow 6 S 12: Brown Belleview .
. . . lot.' DunneUon . . .i35:16.1: G '.' & Dyal'sl3' i 7 I Alf Abshire . . lot 4 blk j 5: { 1 !4
& Anderxm . lots sub of Hyjulius Grant twpsi! i i ;i 102 Belleview ... l i a 1 i '
75 to 108 and 133 to 142: and r : S H Woodrow . . lots !.
fay\ 148 to 160 and 161 to 265 and| ; ; I F R Gary . . R ,15 of and . . . 116-2f 75 t lIS 01 F W Peifer. . . lot 10 1 14 blk blk 116 107 Belleview Belleview. I'' I, ;

291 to 301 and 308 to :311 Dun-: net ofse'4andnw14 ;: f L W Peifer. . . lots .! I !B

nellon-- . . . :35,16.1s: 19 ( .1 Amy Simmons . of v "*> ..i . .181&22160! ; ; I 434 :Mrs H C Martin . '.. ..lot 6 1I blk 5 S 9 blk 121 Belleviewi+ I i iI n

Camp Pbos Co. . !... 356 Dunneilon . . '3516-lS; 1 'It. W H Burrell '." . .S nw*iQe of n > :..... . . .1!1916': !n"'! 40 I 4 44 A M Bridgman . .:". lot 1 blk 134 13S Belleview.,1 Belleview i I 5 i i*

F J Titcomb. Truste.loc 365 Dunneilon. . . .135116': t Henning L & I 40 I 2 45 Martha Mason . nt i j 4 I i It
E M Ray . . . lots 422 4:3: 437 438 Dunnellon.3516.lx2: :; s:
C Y Miller AgtUnknown . . lots 426:: and 436 Dunnellon..j35116,19; 1 8410: B Roberts . . of !-.' 40 2 76 Alice E Mason . '.Is*,neL'of of nwH . . .j';31Uj231! 49i i -. :t '

. ;lots 467 468 and 4S9 to 497 Dunt) t I i I Dr James -McJ.nto.sh . set. S sw I.. ; ;' . 11016122! 40 I 2 30 seH of nwH ex 132 ft ej f I

nellon . . . . J351618| 6 !>9 Henning L & I Co. . et_ ne'4 : . . .1116'22! 80 1 2 76 McGehee & Mayo and w once end . . 131,1523; 18 1 :; t-i
Sam Bass . . net. of nat; . .e H of . . ..131I15j31to{ !
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lots 526 527.:: Dunneilon . J35-16 : l 5 t>171 John Woodruff . 11I16J22,; 40 161 :Mrs A T Whittier . n3 of 4ot 2 n
Mrs. E. D. Tom cum 595 ft s of nw cor of swHillil622! !! swH seH and swHi! I i
plans lot 557 Dunneilon . . !J3516:; IS' 14 3;11 ; i I
Unknown . . lots 897 890 91)1 Dunneilon (351618( : : >! 12 40j! thence s 365 ft e 358 ft n! | I Unknown . . ex neH of swH . . .!31t15t:311U! 1 3 :57
Unknown . . . lots 365 ft w 358 . j | f 3 sets of neck and w4 of nwHl 1 I -
1225:: 1227: 1267! 133 1359;: | i I.; i McGehee & Mayo . i 1 91 r
1361 Dunneilon . . ::351618i| j i 43 :::5IP..t..r! WrightUnknown . nth: of set: and sH of seH116222'swH ; : !! > I 329 ex nwH of of swH of nand| I 1
.. W P McKinney . lots 1252 1258: of sea 1E1622( :: 40 2 30 s4 neH of nwH and set! I i I I
: 12661270: 1272! 1274J !1. ; I . . I of
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t. awH of swH ex 6 chs e and! t ''f f seH . . . .t31t623t17a: i
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1292:: 1294: 1298: 1300 1338 13501 1 Mi: I 1 David :McAteerUnknown . :4
1352 1360 1362 : j w by 11 chs. n and s in sw! I I j V' [com at ne cor of swH . $l32i 1&1:31
Dunnel1on..i351161l; | 7 .
: 93
Henry Gordon . . lots 1220::: 1226! 1240 1246 1304; i i I & Mayo . cot . !1l'15f22! 34 I 2.4 .. thence w 2 I) chs s 5 chs e 101 I I I I

1421: 1422 Dunneilon . .;!3516,18;, 5 ;::7 ;i iE& Mayo : n and s', . . . Basra+ 14 31 chs s 2 chs e 1.91 cbs s 12.33i I It I t
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Dan Miller . lot 1236 Dunneilon . . -i35,16lS; 1 t:;; ? of net. and of !! 1 3 22 e 8 chs n 20 chs and w4i 1 1 I 1

Julia Reddick . tot 1248 Dunneilon . . ;..35,1618, 23 ;I Sw : of w w.mm: 2 30 of se;, and 220 ft n and a owl: | i I j I I

Dan Stenson . . ,-fe of lot 1256 Dunn..non..i; '16.1 ; : :2 ; j I sL of / ( 2 O 1 37 . . . s side of se% of swH . .! I I 1114 i 6 i;

T Lowree . . lots 1257 1258 1277 1278: Dun-! i i inellon ; ; iSKSi!I . . sr of.rXrirV- StC'I14il61Z'Io: :: 3 92 Mrs Wallace . .swH V of net; and neH of swH'35 15123{ } 80 / 3 44

. . . 13516! IS; i 53:'7 ; nR L. : sql! I : ; I R C .Middletow & Bro' ..w > of Lemon Island. . .i:3 1523| !| 5 I $6

W J Mixson . . lots 1261 H55; Dunneilon . |3516| IS l 1:: Clot Nli, Unknown . . . in sw cor . . .!Ui16,22> 33 2 60 R C Middletown & Bro oe'4 of sw + .I I 1S21! HI i :2 *.
T D .Weeden . . nwH of nex 6.32 chs ini t T .set of swH . . . .! IllS! !:!. 40! I
1289 Dunntc lIoil. . . .::351618! '. 3 Slot SQ r j i J Sellers . . 1 61 .
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A E Boone . sw eor for 1l);> : 13.50 chs n and s on s" side of!! j! !i inwH i 1
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1281 Dunnrllon . . '351618! .14.U122 I 2 60
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T L Lowree . lots 1283 1284 1286 1289 1299i; I Mrs Fred S P"m'E Turner. . . S. i4 of se1;& of sr'L. . .,U'16!:?' ll 114 Heirs of G R Wilcoxen w14 of of seH . . .f i 216f24| 27 I 1 SI

1300 Dunneilon . . _3516IS! 9 99' :: corn at sw .or ')f Aiorns lot .14>!16'22' set and e 1-8 of seHi 1 I

C" T Lowree . . lot 1285 Dunn IlJO. . . 35l6.1S| ; :27 6 thence; w U7 ft a 25 ft e.; i I D A Thompson of .1 i 151211: ; 45neH t :2 14
Dan G Watkins . tot 1336 Dunnt>ll.m . '!351618: : C9'"2 187 ft n 250 ft . I \ 1 1 51 I of net& ands 3of seH! I i I I

#1.irs W r O' Scipper . ,hot! I3g5 Dunneilon .' ." . . '351618 5 )',7 j, J Unknown L Middleton.I -..-H . . 141622'' '' 40 ; 2 30 Heirs of G R Wilcoxen( .,! of swH . . . .!10Jlg24i| 10 / 3 S::

--IJtos Collier . . lot 1368 Dunneilon . . :3516' ; ;39''2'! Coin Santo-i !14il6.22.; : 1.50i;; 91 ,st*> of net of nand std of! I j I

'WW Mann . . .jlot i 1370 Dunneilon . . .\',,351618' 11 4j H-irs Mrs M'jt E Jas 4 wH . .1716'22: !' ;: 30 i 4 44 Unknown nwH of-neH . . .10lSi2if! 49 I 1 31

o D Mendenhall . ,lot 1376 Dunn lIon. . . ;s3516,18;! :32:!" . 1816122'' 8+) S 03 .n 54 of seH of nwH and e4 of} i f f 1 1L

Mrs. N A Hargravt . |lots 13S8 13il Dunn 4lon .. ;3:16.1S; ; 96 9- H Unknow A Duebei 191680; :!; .' 8 43 D Marsh. . . swH . . . . !!lOjl82i! 39 t 4 ;23:

Heirs of W II Stevens lot 1413 DunneUon . . .;J351618: 1 6 1 L{of swt and: | i i 'sy.: of nwH of swH and e% ail! I I I I

:; < o McGanagm. . . lots 14Jl: 14, Dunneilon . '3516-IS. 73, id s\\"l., of seKlol6'22i320i211622i; I 18 31 L D Marsh. . . . swv. . . . . .}J12H6I24s !100 I 3 is.
4.t : Sire unnelUi Knight C G Nix . . . of nwH and set of nwtl I { I
-,.lot 1803 DunneUon . ;,,251618! : 3 9b :=: .121116122:160: i 6 44f
P Unknown . . . lot 1886! Dunn lIon. . ". . 35161s' 27*;: W S Bul! ck . 40 f 1 45 L D Marsh. . . and neH of swH . .|1316! 211160 I 3 H

't.. '"\ .. H A Ford . . lots 1805 1839 1841 1843 Dunn l-i 1rI'G..hr. . .':22;16122'4i" 1 84 Isaac Perrv . . ne'4 of neH . . . .llt:16Z.: 49\ I 1 *
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; .-' I Ion . . . . 3.V161S; S 1 4 Unknown . 2216f22'' : SO : ;Z; 07 _. s'r of swH of .j115241! I I I I Inknown
Unknown . . Mr* F J McJ 'heeler's{ sub I seH of se;, ; 30 1 a
,lots 1849 1SS5 1ST1 liT! DunI I 12316.22s! 3 1 14 . . .Ce I 1 i1

I m-Uon . . '351iil> 9aa't 9:* Jane Cunnir 's sub. . '23il6'22i; : 12 I 1 14 Frank Moses . . >: of neH of se. . . !H,161211.9 1 lIlt:
Heirs of Atkinson i rtf swt. n rt( river and 4, ;.H H Polly r-s sub 23il6i22! 12 ; 1 84 .Ie f % of ne' of SWA and s 4 of!! I I I 1

I int . . . . ''361618 1.*. 13:* 3 5'; Alice: tray.' ickard's sub !2316'22: : 4 1 14 { swH ex 10 cbs e and w on| I I I I I

Henry -WH.lI . . nwH of swH . . 21619: -tl} :23: P B ..n.Unka and lot !6 RickI! I I 'Thomas Pasteur .. I l i w end. .../ . . . !15161241! !: I 3 ;:

1M :M Martin . . !swH of seH of swU . 2161 eo. . 123161221; 35 1 3 06 Lnknown. . . .iw. of ? ,, . . . .115116i2181)| | f 2 7*

Jerry Burn*tt. . ;** of nwt and ,wl <* nw'li'' . .S2316I22': 80 1 1f 2 76 Louisa Meadows . ..'w of neH of swH . .|15U2il( | 20 I 1 UJl

Mrs A L Aikms . nC 3 of ::'W1.t of nw- '. seH .!23jl622! :!: 20 1 1 37 Unknown . . .swy4 of set of net, . . '216ItI10! | | i '

First Nat'l Bank. Fla.. Agt *>; of . . 23l6i22i! : 40 I 1 61 Isaac Perry . ."lsw'4.Inw i of neV . . . !.12216tto!! / 1 84

First Nat'l Bank Fla., Agt sat; t >f nwH and sU, | I I J J Fort . . . '!. % of neH . . . .!231624! } 49 I : :>tt a;

I ne cur.> . .!2416,22317! B /Martin . . .le4 0: swU of neH . . .'2315,24.I2316I24!! 20 I 9Inknown

Unknown 7-S-o . . s% of se%, sw cor of nwH! i I I II24H8I22 !11230U . . '!:e t= of swt4 w of river. . ';! / 60 I :2 7.

Peyton . se 14 Of SWH a*. . !:! 1 t 1 12ine L P Wartennan . n4 of SW}+ of swt . . .i23l62424I1SI24: !! 20 r 1 27

o-if8.0* Atkinson :WH of swH ur cor of nwVJi I I i I I e 3-4 of nw Hof swH sot pub 1 I I 1 I

S Austin . '. ." !!198 yds nand . ':S.1622'! I Unknown . . lie road . . . . ,:: !! ; 25 J 203
wl0rdsn32' 1 I i Unknown neH of nw', . .I511624! 4') 1 84
ji
i wine:; .' . . '
$ Of nw' . .1! I I I 2 1-204 Mrs W R C Bsrcli . .w4 of sw};< of nw}. of ne- .1:616:1! : 5 i 31

"oil a F Joa? . .s :-4 ot chs n und sl! J A Fort . ....sws. of net; . . . . .I 261S24I,! 40McGehee I 1 :L

.-'i.' J Carsteins . ''W. Of seH in :w or ':251622! ; :3.:. 2 60 nt 4 of nw Hof nwH and ne'r; ( I I 1 I
'Blue . I T>' 1 1 of nwHm .2616I211:: I 2 rri
; ijary . .JnwH of sw t, M of L'nknownL'nknown . ..
'22516'22 s S of neH of seHneH . . !
.. 6 I271624! 29 I iJ
i of sw t+ 1 21 . . .
J 1 'L.nown ,s!,.:. of swH. W C-T .r: i Fno A Graham. . !. of 5\\1.-4. . . . .12HS2tl.0' *
larkmaq . rseH of seH . . :::30UI2-143: !
: &: '-" . swHofnwHMar 25:16 ? Robt Marshall . I 131 it
,; >' Blue . . -st i of n.t.4 ar :i" ch" ,.. '! & Iay'.l' . swH of set. . . . 130151211! } 40 1 1 ilil

.; ;...1... . . 1 .51) 1 81 R M Blair . . nwH ofSWi4 8'\11, ofof 0\\1.4. . !31iis2i; 10 1

<: J B Peyton . "nwl. ; "
j Heirs of Atkinson. 1 nw 1I- of nw' .r ,:,.1.. :.:. 16 22 -4 1 21 com atthence Decor of seof nwHi31624! I

' F E W Clements . ..sfe *of lot .1.: it n s 30 chs w 7.50 chs n!! i j I 1

1., & R L Barnes & Co nw'4 of nw . . :::;.H22: 1'I = 14of : 'L'nkn-jw . . 30 chs e ..1;.) chs . . .'' I I !122 I -: i

A W J Weston . . se iOf n, ,:,.1.. I tt L Martin . nw La of seH . . . 1321812149! I 194

.'. HO Weston . n" of ,...oL. '; _::: HII 76S1 I!! ?: l' Iiddld.Jn &: Bro." swH of swH . . . '33l! !24i! 40swHofnwH I 1.t

'. S3! . . . . . *14+ *KI . :.: : ,; .2 1" 114 i I I L'nknown . . . . . .;f33l6t24i: / : 40 ( I.J
. . . . . ;ne Hof s, and s..t., I 2.70 chs n and s on s side of nw! j I

f Unknown . . seH of n . ..:.; I'; :;.. : ::> L Martin . H of swH . . . '3416124! 5.501 i n

'.t Leuis Harroll also John . :.; ri :2 :2" 1 14 ; SltJ H Hall . .-neH of swH . . . '35l6f24i! 40 I i1

4I Harvey ti Of nw . :.:'I.2 :_:" I 34atl : I vi pi if" Land ..... '. n'of- nwL, of -wH . .!I3516J24: 20 I 1 T

1 Unknown: . sty of net, h\ i swof Sc.i4 . . . .I361161! |!24l 40 !! 1 4*

Unknown 1 nlvr (:niin\\'n: . : I I
Thomas yN'L"t nrUnknown .neL, of nwH . . . '3616i24'' !
:| \Wilson .' n s, \ "r.:;'; 10.2,121; : ,: 3 : J tnA Graham . 40 1..

'I . .mot . . . ::.; i''S; ; M rt' S[ E Jenkins ". ail -,f . . . . .1! 816125640: J 12 4.:
| D G Matoy ..,' s 3of se tnt nw H . . :191625f! WneH
.' .r. ne4, . on. ; -l.; 1" 1 ': ro..1[ .\ Graliam I 31
: U noknwn . !nvrU of ne 1.. ,)0 27: ,. ". _2. 11+ ;. ... :. i I 3 Gn:;fs . . of nwH and nwH of ne:9ilS2S!: 80n4 2: 7.

: !I| and swH of ,)n. . :;-4 1'; 2' 111' I h) 1 I (>!i\ .T F'rt . . of swH . . . . ':29161251: '! : 80wt. I 5 J7

rs E J Jordan . '| and swH oJ P... ,on. . .;41r .., 111 '. 51 -. of aet4 ex 4'>,> ft sq in se' I! j I I

nknown isw eH };of nevi aL ann d S I T.. n .::; 1'5.:2'' -:-i 1'1 1 0 J"n.i .\ iir ;ham . cor : . . . .''13016125: }I'75; I _" 9S
e Hill swH .,f nwH . . ;
.j i of swanL" J ion. 34 1 t) :.:21 !. t 0)1 'nkn.vA n !13016125: 40 I I ofF

&ebecca FlDI.'> . et, of neV4 of nt i'I Robt 8 P. .1 ion. ;410 :'I'. 5 i ;-. P Edne-r . e% of :-wof neH . . I3116I25: 10 I 91

'' + a Y Shand; . . .:SH of DwIi of tS Yckh c . '!: 7 It i :::2' 40 lot' 5 and 9 sub ot" nwH of nwl| f I 1

.' -- Unknown . . ./s L. of set of nw: : Saltzwrdel . ..:: 113 :21 20 : 76 Jno A Gr..1.1.:1: H . . . . .'32:16125! 10 I 1:1:

:of nw'H o* set 95- McGehee & . '.. 10)22'; SO I 2 45 r-H of nwH and s J,.-. of nwHf 1 !'I I 1

ThO Wilson . of of 4fl, !Godwin & . 2s lS22! ; 4u 45 J no A Grj.h.t: . tad wof" seta . '!3216t25200!!:: I ;5; JT
Jennie Jacobs . . .jail of ex ** 13 s Henning L &: ow L4- 1612Z:1211: 3 44 umpire Land Co ,r.;' of. . . . . !t3816t2564; I 112 42
nwH sw% ex '
.... nw cor and ex 3 IJl II A Duebel . ':29: I6i2'! 80 I 4 44 C H Scott .i' of. . . ? .! M626649a' : ? I(14 31
C".Ua. llamiito :' of. . . . . 216(26640! (
Land I 114 n
side 2 25 :. 2916i221; S0 } }} Empire i.'o: . .
s on s
Tboa Wilson . . all of . . 4fl W S West . .311612! ?' 1ft 35 Empire Land Oo . -4: . . . . .1 t 3126fl45! l : :

=, Thos Wilson . et- of sw H 04 C' V Stiller: . .30161240::!: i 2 45 I Empire: Lan.i.0. . ofof nand eU" of seH- 1016,2616';, ) I :2: 7%

Thos Wilson . . sw% of nwt and sand .. II Fdder ; . .n 16t21!! 10 i 1 45 Empire Lan; < 0. . a:1:: . . . . !1116I2SI843: I(14 31
!! of. ,
Unknown . Joseph .T12161261357: 1 114 31
wU of and 311&i22! 40 I 2 05 T..tH"'S

I swH. . .nee. 4swH .1 3 Unknown .. . 32 1it221.0! I 9 V G I W T : -r . . 9 1A . . . !24lSi2Sl44! I 15 II
James Cribbett . Goodwin &: 18 chs n\ !I i J I 'n 3.54h :, 64 3-4 deg W off I i I I
n1q Of :re.s,. Of neH . !lOSi! s5t ..... '.
F G fluid . . . set of seH . . . .#10126f211! *w o ,4 . .3318:22: :!!. j I 1-, 'hercv! .t . . .!13811626!: ( I i
| Unknown . . L Palmer . 331'; 221 40 1 ; -, 7.- -hs n 7.07 cbs! j I
t sw% Of swH . . !10)16121) 40 205 '
I F G Buhl . . . w%. of swH .'.". . . !Ilil62l! SO i! 344 S2L'Gehee & a1.... .a . . ?:; 1) :2l t 2t. 1 :;7 C W Tu.' ...-.- . -' ,.')7 d71)7 ch s. . .s I > I 5cor t 1 Ul i
111
.I Jim Finley. . . w 1z of lot 10 sub of Todd! I t T W Refat .. '-4 of nwL. . '305 t0; ::: !! ;; i H chA frhemv "c'jTlot :. !36tSII: !
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SieGehee & :}Iayo. :26'T ; ; 1 .35 I
chs!
: !
i place. . . . .1116! ':21! H> I 195 C\ . ne44 ,.. ..C''& and sw'4 of nwt. 71..tl.4: _:.; 1)3t. .-. : g. t. f
1 J SI DOQgias! . . eu of lot 10 sub of Todd! I Henning L &: I .n\\1.. of set.; . . . 105 .'r 4') 101 ,: -*" -35 chn 28%! i
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Mayo 6 : '
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'f place> . . . :1116-21! : 10 i 1 75I ; npl. and n > of nw'4 and !>< t : -
'.35 oh- .
Louis Additfon . of nw'q and e>: of 8\\1. and: G< W T ,; .\ i;
con 55 yds w of se cor of nuj! i I I' i iof n 631-. (!. i 3S: chr, ...
,-p nwH . . . 1216-21: ; swt4 of ss\ 4. and el;: if ;.. t., I >.t 1 !F.or .
i thence n 440 ;'ds w 165 yds: I I l lI Stn.o . and sw'4 of So> L4. . 1'; i'521'' ; 1 hen ": 616t .',
& L' :
SIclrher hs 7 ?
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165 S0 1 9r. .
224
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? Richard Cain )f net, :and nv.'L4 : ', :
com 4::.,)S cbs e and 19.57 chs: ( rIn. \ 4 .. 2.Z : .' \0 .,
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.s. n.)i sw cor of nw'H . 1216'21| -. h" .
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of with! i : vi rtwt, and ntvt, 'Jf sat 1ri 163:! S't'nknwn .
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to ) w I .
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chstopob . . : 3 i :: 95 ,1. of sets of "wt an.] nl;: nfl : ;:; : ,j'c
f: JasPGlymp: . . 'com at n:" cur lot : . .' 121621: >ei4 af swH t-x 2.u: 0 ihs n : 2 ,h. :'.' w.; 'ihs
% thence: s" on w bdy of grant i it ,tn. ,! < b\-4 ehz e ar-1 w in I \1" : l N \'; '. ,z 1'.,. : Z : !.
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ip"1 i I 10.93 chs, w 2.94 chs n l ?.93 !! ., . -. -. .f. . . .14 162": :29! : :3) ::;'! ; 1 vn, --.' ."W. 7 \ ;.1--

f ', chs e 2.94 chs\ . . . :3: 2 33:: --j ; scUit' sa'anti n4 of: ': I. :)6 .- '. .
.,JX J W ispratt . . sU. >f swVt . . 1216J1: V> 1641 ;",1.'f sw H ex 2.50 ihs n : f :T. :\ \\ '.'. h:: 1 I
!,.r"J W Spratt . . v I : t I 'nki.. .:>. 6 a14 --, lot 1 .- !s i'; .-> _.50' tt
n 7-8 of niof nw H. -.131621: 7" 644 .. ,
Unknown . . I ; 417 l'! iOIT :: H
'' '1250 chs n "an4i s by 8 chs e i : : h rr.iV.. .:>-n 4 a:: i if c. I l

| and w in nw cur ot'neH 13 Ilk 21! 1i,> 3.;; : : j E
w Uzue( Graham . .I loom 6.37 ohs n of sw' cor of Hy-: 1\\:, :!: : r.. \\' s.n of!> -r-,. I' I.. j 284 I! s :
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Julius Grant 1' :
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i I hos Wilson ;
4 thence n 14 deg v6 33 chi w' :
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j 5 17 .0171 S..
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.90chss14dege6.33chs:; t : ; : .
of" 517 20t! 80! !:
l' !i e 7.90 chs . . . i .t I I'; 2 65: : : i D Robertson ar.-1 4 44
I Louis Michael . '0.t. swH . . !141621 "" 344 M Whitton . : Jt :'; 7172012 1 3 t i
"* F* 4'rrt-_ . = 7.
a1iCiiCC ci jzuji or .
| Lluia.ortrua.n; .t ot seH ex 5 a to Cunning i : Ill swianii seH of SW1.4 I I: n- 717'O40
and swH of seH . . '191623160 5 371! : 1 iCnknown i
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| \ ; ham . 141621 70 275m .
I thomas; Wilson . :Sw H of ne H.Hand nw' H "and! McGehee: &: Mayo . all of ,>x"t.. . . . :20''16 :!:nso I U 39! !i . . . I 4.e nr'' : .x :: sq .!. : cork 817'201! 30 I 3 H
L I Co . of n. . . .' fO '. .
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J t nos of su . . . '1516:13,*,$ It. ., Henning : s 3-4 of 14 ex =trH of set; . :2116'23'220,1 5 Oi i Thomas Wilson . .Ie 3-- and :
Unknown . . . of "w1, . .l1111j1201521} 115 t1
.. Unknown . 3.4 . . n>.2V1623160' I 4 15 RG Wright. .
.a of. . .!1616'21t4SO| |118 93 . '
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Thomas Wilson . .laU[ of ex e': of swH' and swH'' f i i I net ne ti 34 of! I ,

of seH . .. . l716'21520!! 19 9' net and nwH of net and! It f Thomas Wilson I.StC', of and I! I I! '
11..\ William Vogt H . e\j of swH ex 70 I yds e and w'! I i net: of nwH . . .'22123185! ; I 4 83 Thomas Wilson . .'neli wet ne\t of ne11217I! ) 80 : 4
. . ; and nwt of nwy; and ? 1 I I E
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:r on e side . . /171621'!' L 3 06William '' neL; of swH . . . ;.2318123140! 18t f
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and
Vogt . McGehee & MayoC .n1.: of nwH' . . !24-16'23: 80 I 2 ii A :Mae nwli nwli of S !4. 'IH12! i328 I 11 1 ,
et: of swH ex 70 yds e and ws: t i i ion .
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n" neli.- . .11,11OI8!
e sid for 19)5. .'17lil1! 5i 3 06 Peyton nH of sU of nwH of swH )'24l23t! 10 I 4 IS A Ice Bras. . . .1sw- of 1 H
nw' of !
Unknown . . 70 yds e and V on e side oft !I i Cooner & Savage net 4 of seH . . . '.1-I'1I/31' / I 1 61 rie and e'; I I
. of ne' of . .
E W Kingsbury n1014. .'I.t17'! 30 I 30:
swH . . . : '171 ':2i: 1: 1 91 . e>r of swH of n"of n H..i251623j, : 5 1 1 11 Mrs L A Brass . "I 4 of and of .
Charles Ferrell !15 ne14 net se'4 and I I 1 ine'4
Unknown . . ".swH of nwH and nwH of swH1! I Mi J ; chs e and w by 13 chs n and: I I I'I Is J
of !
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I and neH of sw}, and nwH of' i : in ne cor of set of set" 12516123! 6 I 1 91 J A Thomas . . se4. .llj111201136' I 2 14
neof of
I set .1S16'21'16): l i 914 Charles Ferrell 5 chs e and w by 13 chs n and! I I I"s I nw" nw 4 and s4 I I I I
i of of '
nwt .
Thomas Wilson . 'nH and seH of net and neH1! I in ne cor of seH of sel;' I I G E Thomas . . .. nw1,4 . 'H'17I2ft 30 2 .7
nw, of nw\t; of nwt; . .rljl71201 10 I 2 U
for 1905..2511i231: 6 : !1 H . . .
of sea and swH of nwV' I . . SBWha tisw1 . . _
s !
Unknown a 17\1':120\ : 83 2 Tin4
wU of of . . .! '
and nwH of swH . . !19'.16'21'320: 15 37 Unknown . . neH s H 25il52S 1 20 I 1 84 C . . of ne>ti and w', of nwL+ of! I t ine'4 j f
-- W( .ley Ulmer *. . swH . . . !'OII'll', f 738 lots, 7 8 25 49 Candler. .15118f35:! 1 8.
.
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'romas: Wilson .w of net and nwH and nwHi! I !I'' W R EnglebY ,n1,,; of lot 19 Candler . !25is:23! : :2.! .50' 1 It F B Turner . . . .!ltljlGlOO! 1 2l
. J A McCreary .lot 24 Candler. . . . !25l! J ; of swt of ne'.. . . l8f1jlOl! 29 1 H
of seH and n4 of svk .:211621359! 13 48 &!23i 5 i 2 j6 A Thomas . . \
: ,, . . of !
1 Hugh White lot 35 Candler . . l25ilSi'23: 5 ; 2 is UnlmoW'D . ...e' nw24 and sw', of nw'18I1T20! ( 82 J S 9T
. . of swt . . . .f181171201
D L MarkRev ; n 2 3t
tots 45 48 Candler. . . .125'16:31! 10 I 1 It H B Jordan. . .
Thomas Wilson . nand neH of swH pd sw! } I A E Dickerson . > >q of nws. and w14 of neti 1 I I I I
wH; of sw ; .I281623! !
,: H of swH and nwH of 5eHl22:16l2i:274! ::! 7 73: Step Jenkins . . 40 2 16'' of nw1.. . . . . !2011791! 60 I 2 Sot
Unknown . . neH and sea of seH .f2 t :'1621(200! ( I 743 ,..07 chs sq in sw cor of eU of? 1 I I I Inwt Unknown . srz of W1, ot . .!221171901 20 i 1 H
: Thomas Wilson . ..sw}; of net{ and nwH and 1| . . . .3fcl823! 5 I 144 I Tbtmas Wilson . w 3-4 of and nw'i.swl of sw1.1 I I I
McGehee n12
-* ** nw% of set; and seH of seH I i I I i-Mayo . 'nwL, of nwHk .I301&231! 4I 3 22: j I
Unknown and ne;. of sw t and swt oft I I I Iseli
. . jswt of swH and e'-: of set301&2x120: I 5 OJGi ; .
'V and n% of SW1! .23'1G21359! :: 10 03
T Mosher and n4 of set. . .12tI7:0U'J: : 14 n
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Y IIenning L &: I Co . s>: of swH . . . 23lS2l! !: 30 344 E G R Stewart ... .'stj lot ;5 blk C B,'lte\"w..1| I I I 3 22 Thomas Wilson . S\\"l; of nw1:. . . .251720I! : H I 1 U

Unknown . . nw ttof swH . . . J24I16I2.1! : 4>J 1 i! 145 ...tot 6 and nV: of lot 5 blk Ci! f I'j' I IB Inknown: H. ..w':. of n1.; . . . !:6'11' :) 80 J I 2 1.

... i Thomas Wil.-wa . si. of sw t, . . .J24 16J21"' 79 3 44P Ue\"iew. . . . .I I j J -I 22 Thor as Wilson .z of net md nw'I 1 t r I '
--r l' E G R Stewart . jlot 15 blk 7 Bi'1t \ew. . .! | \ I 1 U ; se1. o 't
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S Simmons swH of se . !24lo'2l! 40 245Unknown
J and 3\\,2. or . .t27172016: : 53
I W Hilton . ,tots 1 2 5 hi1S: Belleview . I I I 1 84 W S West set
of seH of seH . .12416:21':: : 10 1 05Tkomu R L Martin . . . I .sir of ne" . . . .I I'Sil1201! 80 I :: U _
Wilson . !nu of neL, and awH of nwH'25'15i2ri20':! : ',. 4 44 lots 7 to 14 ex 9 and 10 blk 16 t Heir= of Annie 31 Bun !lW ; of st. . . . 13317':41! : SO I 3 n
t. Bellev.ew . I I 141 Unknown . .
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Twmas Wllwn *4 of neH . 1"1"1': : : 7J 4 44 Miss E -. of nw'; and \\1.,. of swt': : 1 I
4 known . . .I..?eH of swt,. and wu of seV, i' ;'I 1 I Ij Mary E WoodswoKhiot3 Fogg 1 ;:: blk 19 Belleview .i!; I! i 91 I aid net of set, . /3Z11ilzollla/ l S1

wad net4 of set. &.16.n .) 4 74 .lots 7 8 9 blk 20 Bellevieiv. I I ,2 07 : Thon 3.3 Wl.3o . nw, ot nw;. . . ..13st1ii! .0 1 it
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lot3 : 4 blk :27! Belleview ; t I I :S I
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.4 :; Unknown . !ttt'4 IIf 11\\ J4. . . ti 1 i :I 4" :: 3u l'nkJ1. . . 1 s'j! acre in St <_or of nttlf':: : :: ... .I

r. ; rnknown. . . It1&; nt ....1. . . . .1.:1I": ; 711tnnifR <,--4: of neU. . . 211724nel4 1 ; 121 : Th>J'f' v 115: 1-t:: ft : fi "

7 L & I't.. 'tot. t'X nwI1e . . 152.'Sifit': I) 4 :j I Unknown . . of nei4 of net anti striaI i iof I II : t.. c-t!,, .t-ry n I 1-1' it I' )111, r

\.1nkno\\11 . . :..1:: uf srl; . . . .I&.I71! a0 :l !+:! I i-.e t4 of ne*. . . 211724! 50 i .1> 67 ft . . . 1/'

"'" t1 '. toUt' C H\'nuin . .St'14 if nri 4 and s. 1" .f 11" s4 l' 1 i ::1 t" : :.:: Albert!:: Hud.n. . . ,1.- of n\x-i4 of sxx4 . . 221724':: : ;!I) 7g AKhn Work" lot" l t. 9 and 11 t" !'' 11'-s-, .. .
: ., }) ., I Mrl: J J.In" . 11''i ,:. 14 ...x 3.S.J chs e and Ocala Fdy A ivntral City l..tR. 1. 1. 1R
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11 F;,: 1.1r.kn\wl1 . . .Y1:: . . . . ::'J17.:1: +:: Ii 41i; w ly i chs: n and s i in' sw" I Hodge cora 7fi; .r: "f nw cor : ; 1 i.l :, :; -\

.hvnidsV 1'U .jsw :. ,it nw 14 and nu'4 'If sa t.t :!11-:1: su 4:: 76 .or : . . . . ;2217i24i 1 ; 33 i :2 90 Stephen tl1Pnn'I t ft e !'>.> ft n "" ft'

'tl-lU1a Wlls'n ar4 ,1t 11\\,1.. . . ::" 17 1. 40s 1 til I R G Aiis"p. . . xv 3-4 of sW t n';a and ne l..iJf! I Iw1 I I : xv Ml ft X S N O-ai.t.- ,

I. t'nntng 1. 4: 1 "'0 . !k '_ \t n\\1.. and sw i4 . . .t'17:1.-4t1! : ; (I: 'I >, and- nx\4 of seU and \\ Rufncnn. . :clam on UsceoKt St 40 ft n ,}f"

: 't lm \\11:1.: . rtty "f 'I" . . . . :;)'1':1'1/: 1c iiI '. -I--. .i ".-L4 . . . :!:;.1'4SI1: I 10 'i, < i bdy . . xj 1., .:":

. Ihlrt" . -.tr.! : of nt'l.4 ,ind sei4 of !lW'4 H ', \\ Carr & 'o . nri4; ,.t- ,... i" and mvi. of #ui4 :3,1,54'' SI' ;: ;; I theme ,: to R' R'S with R R to

$: :. :. Juuis l I and nw1.4. of t'14. . . :: )11:1: to.' ..) 3.. : GY Yarn & Co. . *i. \If S\\' i4 .. :23 17'24! c:'tI 7.; Osceoia Jst n to p o b-------- I I .1. '

. . I l. and ;. j Mrs H Trt-vvtt . . :;_fohs n and s by -1.1' chs e,' SftO S o ate I
: eras \\"llso.'u n :: \It 11\\ sw !.t 111I.I. :! 17 ::1 1 1I i 3 : \\ Robinson . coin at n<- c-or blk .

Vnkitt,wn . .nt'4 ..f ne'4 . . : 17 '110 1 1Tbomaa 1 61 + and w in ne cor of nw1 ">f ,. 1 U.o thence e 2:!t4 ft s 150 ft xx 294, .

.: + \\1\tll1\ . nt"l.; "f Ih'I.. . . :!!J 1':1: 411 1 1 iiI I I... . .1'1 : ) :: :l:. 1i ft n 1:.( ft--------------- ?'J ...

"- \'TnKn\\\n . .111,1. lIf $w1... . . . ::t.171, 4i : 7 161 D E DnggersMr . . n\ i4. .,r st ;4 f nit:L4. : : : : ; t 1 14'i I . . . com 159 ft..If nxv cor: of Alvarez 1I '
? < King . . a' : .4 91Lnkn.wn.
Thomas 'iI1ln L \Ii e14 and sr L4 of, nri41: : I n'z .Ii sNtq of sand l&oJf grant Callh\t'lr" ad

: I and n L ,1' :Wt4 . . 3J 17 I.ltil! !i :; 3 f Inknowu . . . 3u .:hS... and w t. !' ;, HI'i !, Ocala. . . . j

11 enDIng. L&ll"1. ,,zr_ ,It'n"1." . . . 3"1-1 aoA ." ...1,, I s in nw ,', .1' > a -\\ :4 .:' I74 4u: 1 I i thence. 3,32: chs s 46 IJ,', 30' -

.11 Brown . na'4 \f sti4 "f ,.e1. . . 511.55'I : 1.1 :! 7 j I Ella Adams..f .l'4 . . > 17 24ivr 3 :>2'! j min e 9 ih< n 70 deg e 2.32'' <
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0 Eichrlberger \.;w -tolf my; and nw i4 Ilf s..1. Joseph Johnson ., < 1 :.mdl, t" } 4. '_ Gt.rriJv! i! i i chs n j. ,H the w 11n:* -5 9 ,

', und J--I int. . . 61:5: 7') 3 Ot sob of n\v'4 'II'S. !4 2:1724. : 16 2 601! I I 11.32 chs *. 70 !ks .-. i '
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"" 'q H Whit . .I' . . e 1' :4 i I4iGebee \\ L bardJohn :ti nits! e and a 1)X ft i o b und > int. i if-: : :..

I Mayo . 11..1. lIt nt' i4 . . . S 1.N:: 1 1 iiI ,. in np :' 'f' : : 4 '301'; ; :!4'' oHtnrr 3 viii| Reed . 235U ft'e and to {xx by 112 ft 2 n and ,

Phillip Onto . e14 of Del,... uf SW 14 . . n'; :!2:' 1"' 137Dr : 8impson. :t'.. "I' !: '34'lj'-I! : S01Ib 2: 30 ; :Mrs AM g9.7 loth < 'ai
P E Bush . . \\, '" lOi sw14 . . .1l17 ::: -It! _! tl, .-rt HuJ i\n. . ;tilt' .., .1'," '. 34:17'4':: 4.1 2: 76.: s in Ocala nw .cor. . . ; 4' Jto
) n' . . 1 141! ad
L l' Griftin . ..fl : of nr'4 t.x th'I'P" :H n, l E Drigg r "' :4 IIi' 3-1,17-t, Iii : lot t dwell's -. s

'Ir and t. 'f nw 1.. . 1': I7 :!.: 1 ol) 9 A Graham . j-: 1 'ild!. :: -Il.5: !90 2 211: I p C' ..105 ft s . ad u<'a
IIers of E C HOt..J ': of ..-L4 ..1' ne'4. . 1: 1: _:: 5't t 1 14 John A Graham ,'-i 1 "'tl' and "\\4 f '.' i, ad 1I".tla 4 t ; ;

.h'.h.t & Mayo '' . n1. ,.f ,.w1.. anti m,1 "., 14 :: :!:: :: : ;; and n '.-. of nt14; and !: I.-. .t i. C Hall . . all of lot 13 Caidwell's of i, ', 32: .
. I .. <;' 7 ;i'1 A "4 W Marlow.-urn:: 7o ft s ncor
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111c&;. htr & nt14 of rwi4 t"X; :;6t) t't sq in m\ 4 'I "' n Get . .J
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;_ t l'L.r. . . 1 11:5: : 37 1:11: H-!JngL i I Co I' . 717 ";' ;' 2: 7t; Caldwell's .
. iJm.\: Graham . . 7'7'3!: .i.>1 7 :3V: i thence s 6.1; ft w :'"" ft n SI; ft .
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A Granain. ; | ; . . 321 ft and -III it. "I' n -
I [ P :: .'::1-; ri O.It; 1" 'd J. n . . . ; 5 1r' ; Unknoxxn . om ala

:::11 chs s 1i.1i'h" . . 1 :: .; ;) :;li'l1nKnown J..h\\ .Jraham. n :7:. -. Jo! :!4t\ :1 24 i( t'ur lot 3-1: Cdldwt-U's ad) 4't
A Graham. t.,4. : thence :21"> ft10: fr n 21'"n
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\.111 71,1 yds : .1'nw ror of .1... 131th.n : :::: 4 "
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tv214'ft
i l.ri.:1..wn.: . 17'i:2r. IS* i 444 ft "
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I 1.1;;,11 ras W :!,1 "h,. . . 1.J: Ii'W I : .1'i-: :,. A" ;1l. . . 1M72V42I II' 9 Ii!l L M: Drx.+ .or 2l ft n and 2io: l' ft e of aw' '

: tt''s. .. ; Xl'1& !'f sr'4 . . . .1:, 1. :: -t,1 . . 1' i.4d: 1 Ii 1 i| cur lot XYaldw..I( ad 4'n-ala' iI i
ih'hl'bdg'r! JH172.i! 2 41 tht-nee n .140 ft e 723 ft ;: .)-111
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j: Wn Hlirr . . :::::1 :: :: ; 411 1 41i 1 ft w 723! ft . . . 1(1

WCrst . 11 ::: 1 j 011/ 1 43 Robt Tay.r . . rom at sxv cor of lot! X t'1.1-} .

4 i. of xU. : well ad o ala . . i

... \V S KestlSl 2.1::; 17 2"::; 16i 4 :4i! thence n 21"! ft *. :,:5:{ ft flu i I

: II HrhelbrrAbram . .t 1 7 2i; 4t! !o.5:;ii j ft w 933 ft. . . I 4.IU- o1i

:24 17 25.: il 7''I !! Mae HVatsun: . . Oom 435 ft vx of sw cor 1 lot 40 I

Roberts If m\' J.4'2:,; 17 23': SO I -41 Caldwll'11.: Ocala :: I


Ix 2.. 11:5144): ;:;{ 1.h thence xv 71 ft n l.il ft i 71 I :

: joe Franklin . : 11.,1! 40 i 141 ft s 131 ft. . . . i I t !

: ,' Xatban '2H1723J; 40 i 1 21: J P Phillips . . lilts 1 to 11 inc Hatcher's sub1 !

}. : JBO A Smith '2:< 17251 40 I 1 *:> {! of n'_ t.Jt15 Caldwell'-s ad! I II I Ii

:: \V S Grinds fn and: i I I I Ocala . , .I: Ii i i :.-

: Heirs of E C HOt* .94 ehs; i !i j E Padgett. . . '... 1-3 of sxyi lot 45: Caidxvell's, j i I II ,

'.- J A Hudson . wand" !! 4 i I ad Ocala. . . i ; I I 94 0. \h .

,. 1. of seV-9'17: '25! 50 I Mrs C E REardon. . t>0 ft n and s by 146 ft e and w I I
: lot :3 and S.I fti! i : I .
( i'5HiO I 4 151 in se cor com f .
? j( :R 11 Goethe & Ci 31 17'551' 80 15 +: s of nw cor lot 3 Reardon's! .

:. Rev A E Dickersonk 311251:! | 40 1 37 Middletown lots. . . .I I i I j (

-3n753O' : : ; I 7 38 thence s 71 ft e 146 ft n 71 ft; i 1 i I

( of s; eL. ; I I : w 176 ft Caldwell's ad Dcala' !! 6- n iI

k .3217251280! :5 74 R E Yongf' . . n* of lot 6 Reardon's Middle-:: I
. .33117'251200 i 4 44 dletown lots Caldwt'll' ad''' : i I II

: BeT R Anderson 34' 17 2ail60 4 441 Ocala. . . . i I In f'
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t Tviy May 341725144): 1 45 69 ft of c->r lot 5'' .
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'IE C Bird . .
L V PeiferL r. 3617: :25! 20 1 14 Reardon's Middletoxx n lots'! I i iI
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f .. \V Kervany of n\vJ4 13.17'2: i Caldwell's ad Ocala. . .I i! ; .

':: . 'chsw: I I thence n 6-> ft w 120 ft < 6j1 i iJ

A Wooley . *s n 2C: !!! I I itel1J: ft. . . . ': 1132):
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: P A Woo'.ty i,13 : 04 lots 1 2 s 9 lo Hodges sub of i : I
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k . IB H Hodge . II .,..
_" J C Lcfley Lofley. . . .. .1' ,11 26i: 4U 1 841!! lot 51 Caltl,,'ell's ad Ocala. !i : I 5 ,If

'C j C 0 t'hsti4 ." ('' i ;; 1 O K L'zztl . . lot S blk C Oak Park CiI.l\wJl'sl ; j

of :] I ad Ocala . . . .i i 2 ,):
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Gakie1 Thomas. . . 131726;, 16 1 1 ,1 'i; SS Savage . . . lot 1 blk D Oak Park Caldxxvirs! '. I ''

!W W Anderson. I ad Ocala . . . 1 1 i S Sis

r .' 2i: J St dman. .. .. .. .. nd w i iswL. !' G=o t: Pasteur . lot :5 blk D Oak Park ('altl11'*: :
Stedman. I I
E J >f ;:! ii

131726.110! : 1
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Oeo H ArchibaW. . 13172: -III j ; .. I I ::;! I
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". s e and 1 i! kala. . . . . : !
. 13172ft: : : ; 12 ,,1 ')1 I j I j thence n lft e 113 ft s 151' f ,

Hebeerael6on.. 141261! 40 : 1 i i ft w 113 tt. . . . .i'
p; W Ba 'kstt'r ......1.. "f'I-I.n 1)I. ,
n !lot H blk 4 Woodrow' sub }f'
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F G B \fithe: . .
Hood.Xiev nd "f'1. i' I I !!I ei2 of blks 1 and 4 Ri. kard'I <
'i' Heirs of E Dioktrson C . :21:: '17 2615Sowas. !: I 7 1" 'I sub of Jackson's land Cald-. ( ,

I.., A E :2217261: : rt 'is; i i I well's ad Ocala . . 3Ii ,' "
Mullens.
;"., Go E "fo I_ 'It' 1 . lots I P L blk 4 14+?Idrun's sub, i '

. . 24: 17 2 6 l 30s 1 _">iE; T H..l\'en"ton. .1 of e>. of blks 1 and 4 Rick-' :: i .

: j.V Simpkins. n and?; j i it i i i ard's sub Jackson's! land! I ,

. 24 17 261! 35Of I 1 t 911 I i
&. May I '. Caldwell's ad Ocala . I ::5:17I

'!> ,. 3&'Gebee IFly of j i ..-J; A Jordar. . .Iot 3 blk 4 Rickard's sir oft) : I
{ ,. .:41161 j 30 j .i Jackson's land Caldxl's! ad; : :: i

;: n 's .5411"61: aJ41726 : ;,ij I j Ocala: . . . ; l :;;: cI
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k ,, '" fi E Mulk-n. <)f. 'UoJ.. I! 1'I.1; :: M Dobbin. . . com at sw i.or lot I Buckal-wV. ..
l' -' : 9 i 1 : ad Ocala . . . : f

faknown. n w :-ii' 24.17261h 1 I I thencv e 14S ft n 1'7 ft e :20! ft'! i I
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\' 14 ehs, ; !!' I 23 i .... 3? I I n24ftw22Oftsl4Sftw.145iftsl9ft.: . :. . . ;. !| ; I Ii : 3 )

. .23: 7'2'! 80 j "! -6' lot1' i
c Kate Orr. . . i348, ft n and s on s end of I i,
Mrs::
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s '_ Ellis Bros . '27 17'2' 61 i 8jf'4 .) "61 Alvarez grant. . i'part. .1 I i ,152:: ::? .801! 24::? Iii
v ,- tlaknoan. $ 2911 7261160and : I 4 1.1,1} i"
r Ji1ne B IINithaa Mrs Mary M Neely. .Ion! e side lot G Caldwell's sub of! I II i i
.. n'7 '! i I I IIV I sw part of Alvarez: grant. 13 i!:!: 6 3 *j> )

'4 and: I I30117i24 I all of lots 1 and 4 of lots 14'' I I
F : ) IS W Harrison. . ex l
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430301I71:61 If cH '
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J PK Si.-u and 15 S and D ad Ocala. .I| I II a.; .
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: B (lent of : 40 I 1 I Bryant Hodges. . . s% of lot :25! S and D ad (Ocala! ; I i -" -2< 8j
Kota I '
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I Ocala B & L Assn. . 73 ft e and w on e end lot 29 Si! t l
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;;. ::A'h 3Io"Willis IJIICO I .4. 4r I i and D ad Ocala. . . I I I I j 7 6?
. i3Sll! 7261:
40 I 07 F W Biggs..w'., ,% lot 48 S and D ad Ocala.I i '< i i 1 37
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r : and ''t i 341171561160!! I 07 William Hooker . .!I lot 63 S and D ad Ocala..t I II 1 61i .
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3-r. flff! t f I I N M Allred . . ;all of blk 18 AlIN>d's ad Ocala !! I i{ 23 41 ,
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1 3411.:111 3617.261: ;: t 35 10 I f 2 t ::11W I W Clyatt . . .tot 1 blk P Allred's ad. . .f! 7.15i' .:!. 7" ( fI

; 1\obtt 76'! Bragg 14criVPn. . lot 1 blk 1 AHred's ad. . 1 7 15 5; oJ.-q '
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2 Hhl>rman..i ,80. ft e and w by 105 ft n and s'' i I J

3&111'6": ( 20 I 2 ;OJ' i in center of lot 4 blk 1 Allred's! i iq.1 I i i1Jt .
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' i : B III vmnul'. . ,lots 3 4 13 14 blk log Alired'! I !I-- I

.; Or 4. : r L I I 2 ;61 ad. . . . . .i S15: "::' 9 yy
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!.. I (If'illst I Will f. mhright . corn: 17.32: chs n and :.Sn! chs el! I II I i

HJnkuKM 1 ( I 7 ::R I i: fit sw cor . . . .I i S'13 :>21II i
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i, :SugeD" : thence n 12: >i ft e 10.1: ft s' f I In0' I
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C a J )( :>212 ft xv 105 ft. . . .1 i I i 1 1I I 2i1:

"' Joan I: I I In I ;; nkiioxxn n . . . com 22.43! chs n and 5.8ft; chs E't> f t
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f, Mary \ ( 'hda : "' sw wr . . . j s'l32.! I
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rs I' thence P 1.68 chs s with R R; ; !
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; 5.28 chs w 10.50 chs n to p o b! 'I I Ii Is ; I
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:: "2 *,er.in sw cor .1' '. 74; 3

A ff..-Kinn"y . :.Jots 1 and 4 blk 2 r 3 G'Wa'd"1! !: I .
Darwin. . .1 a .11 r> 1 ; j
t.J :Annie A net4 >tt IU: "4 0. HV' rs JJ ... 1 I, Ocala. . . . i |ii j 3 fig S.

.. .. ohs MIn: -5.or .i:1.: ..x !. in '. _' ., .. Id 1. ,, 1., i ; .11-,, j i: WHIi Iif.iijfl.tsjs . . lot 1 blk 7 r 2 Goss ad. . 7 r:; >" 1 1 1 61 .

.. ,' : . . 11..; "'I :i '[ \\ ,'. .r Ii 1. ... {; ... I I "I, I" I' I 1 I 't 1i!! R:rtfirri l . . ;! lot 4 blk 7 r 3 Goss ad. .I l ; :! ; lH 'f
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; Annie A '1..1. .t L" ; :1.\ '.. x .h .' :' I' .1.! P .M H'IZ'r . ;blks A and B Dunn's nxx ad! i I II. I!

: ":' ; : ; '; I 'I ,40 Ocala. . . .J; i I r i
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I nil . lot 11 blk I Dunn's aili Ocaia! i i iI : 2 30I
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h J E Kent . chs.vj I
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. a I II K K s"vipr . lots 11 13 blk Q Dunn's nw ad'' l i
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; 1111'4. .. Ocala. . . .1 I i I r 121 Ii

,,: G K Flower 514 rtis \\ and IS.'Jy rds' of ,; c.- ;: .___ I"d... ,, ; Ji, V Sr !:.I'r . lots 11 13 blk T Dunn's nxv'ad* t I ri

. \ JK* oor of "Nt \. :!b 1 : Z.'I'I', .. f., 1,. I Ocala . . I iFtMiik 1 4 i I i 144
,'. !:1..111' N jri.7'1 rjs vv >4.1r.ts .r---' ,. 'r" . sJi of I'Dunn's i
.. Hr.i.iloy nwi4 ?f lot nwl! i 1 : 1 l
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',' Bnknown.Unknown. . . n 4o.T", t\ls :ni'! ri!" '. I ; ; ". -r', : I ad Ocala. . . '! 'i I i I 1 6 53
: n\\ L .f "t'q t'''' : '' '1' "I :, 4'' M I/lvhiR.oton, I . . w% lot 2 Dunn's nw ad" 6aia'i! i J 1 i Ii':1in1 f 5 07

i sw cur and! S\\ '" : .. t J..Inlson. sib of ni, ex 42 ft n and s by'! i 1 I ,
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f- . . . I 80 ft e and w in nw cor lot 11' I
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!:' A J Jackson. . . : -' Dunn's nw ad Ocala. . .1 i | I 3 &
:, "w Of sPA \1 1.'. 'S' lSf1. : ',,: 'j .: .I. I i" R I \\i r-.PDf'r. . . 82 2-3 ft e and w by 100 ft nl i I I I i I '

il' : Woolly . ; ... 'If'4' "' 1't; ) 4 74. :'.1--; P WMrr. K'inzJ .' ... .: ( t'' ;),II i,! and s. in sw cor of lit Ol | 1 i I
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, ,. C W Smith: '.** v of Sw' ... .i '.. : :- \ ;: Scott sub and blks 1 and 21! > l I
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. t. >V S West . .t. . of i -4 4r :. .. .. 0 S Ocala or lots 9 and 10.-1'' t i 3:1 J
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'j/.Y, Heirs of E C Hood . 'In\\; vi ncly anti i I of lot 2 and 14 1-3 ft on 'w1 I !I15I i iZ4 .
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', t A J Jackson. . . 7.3\1 ,. ,\.d .. --7 i 'r.1"JI ( .'. (1r--.la I of lot 1 Scott's sur and blksl} ; '; I I
, r" .1 !l ; .1n n .Ile ,.f Rt' I l;. n l'hnr.w Tfii : : 801 I L
, ...f ,; .. <> .... '' 'I > r. 1 and 2 O S Ocala blk 3..1 I ; I 1 I234 :
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.WXER DESCRIPTION OF LAND ] x | f OWNER DESCRLPTIOX 1..1L.XIt -== :- ::(. :: z X".f ,. ;l- \irl.j .:.\ .... :Lat u:." -
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", 41' fi and w bv l'J:>, Lj ft n and; : AlexV \1. .- . . 'rangPara.., 'ir.\ ."' :' fr>ek. Judge of the Fi' vial r.rFlorida ,
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in ruv cor bet 3 K r 5mith : o) .. -' : Mar i.*-: ,
:6 Jane Rent> . . 'ranJr v- Tr... : 1'j sPark ri .
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II..: t' ; -'I i 1\ of eaof lot Orange ( .v t : :: : t- ir -" : A. U K.o.-r ar..: IB .
: 1.: ; S.luth ad n->' . 1 n Park. . ,. ,. . 1 t)7 film:...r. ? i.:._ bu.r.u'id,.- .
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) ." .1-an-rr: J J I't' ths.' . . .1-.:.: lot 1 r. 'i :milh ad I J Y B..ny.: . . lolt :30 lJlk v L.--: . . 7 1';; ., ,;- Monday the 3rd day of Jun=, A. D.! ,",. cj,
: i u..tla . 3: i) .1-iary 31c1pnom! . .I..t 1" blk:11: L"-II' .:: II:''' 11-' 1907. .
Robert Sm.th: : !-It" 1 .iI' ..J, ,f lot 1) F. .1atrlt : J Y R..ttyo; . . blks :1: 3\ :39. :: -I" L..r .y. . ; Ii).:!'t 7 ; "I' 10 .d, . .; 01': J tC Jl, 1.Io1.n. . l?' .1; i h:, L. : '. 77' !.; .t '; -. tne Iur'-o .i''r 1Iar'II
Ruei1 1an . . I'Jt 5 ,, ", .! ;. : l' E fj ami ,II i J.t',''' Patnl. . . Ie.t 4; iJ.1 ,, -. I.. r -:' '. -. :n f'''!:nr- : I--hia.-e .. t in:;" "t'n. ,')utl.I'1-.1- .
Ocu..t: . . :: III) ..J.siPear. t -: -, h! '; '. f..r.\ '. :.iL i t) .\ : !I sell! t. t ir: hzehtsni best bilk
William M Ponder . all of Mk-! 4 and ;5 ex I it .. Kr-d. k.-n.L . . :..r :;:; ,. 4', t b''r;. L..t, .v- -, :.; .. :-1 for a.-n: ;rw f.fil.j\! ':-s'rib i''
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.. Ed Pasco . . ., .-. .,- .'' .- ...,. -OM r 'pertv : : <-\riiva .:. r
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M Ponder. . bk 6 Clme- sub of n*. i.t HA Vl) 1": -:: 1 : .\.him..r.; : . . !,)t 1n hlk 39 L.:r.)y . . .I71ti.::.. tj:; In (Curu.C'anty. St. F, GIRL
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Williams . ne% of blk 9 Clin'ub uf ne Jn'L S.' .t: . . ; ". :. !,:k4.It -. ., ,\ . 17 tt) 'I .,:. : : Henry .. >4 of nw'L,* . . 1"1Phillips. '-) 22' .' X H.tr!' . . ;;, .' l'hk: 4.i-r'r '' 516': 6' Th.- northwest 'fquarter .., ,.
S . . . s& of blk 11 dine'ub: of net;: W."I.y I'r"t' . . [[..t t bl ; L. -.t- : : : 17 hi a,1 r'in' ;, : ot ,,sevUon quarter twt-nty-one.' )ut tjwn-> "
. : 1 :,1 : ) 1hh'kllau. . . 1716 tj:
of nw "-. . 1S15.2J; Itt 'i hlk :; :: L."tl\ a tJno. ship ,
Williams. . .lw1t of. blk 12 Clines sub of ne, ; : lh-an. . . . .I..ts IY ::o lJlk ,4' L.-r'n ? 1-'It.i aoJI : ,;,1 containing tuentysluth.; forty rangowcnt less\ --as-: '' I INMARION
Henry acres more or together
!i fc of nw* . . '1815JJ::; : : :: '11) ; Louri' . . .l..t ;:' blk a. L'ruy.- '1716:1) 6;; :, with the entire phosphate plant
H W Ward. . . . :lot 6 blk 17; Cline's sub of nek' j E Johnson . . . lots 21 ::!'bik 4:. I...rt. .i f 516.'} 91'IJ located at the unit of the comnkD '- ',I
of nw1- . . . lx 15 j::: ;; 37 W .1'1,' 1. . jot 9 blk! 91) .! 511)' ::4 68'I ment of this sun on the said aho\- |
Lucy McKay . . 'sly blk 26 Cline's sub of n.. '* I K A Pt.... ,.. . . Its 1'6 17 LP! 90) L..ro\ . 11):11: 1 37 ,. described real estate consisting of an,: COUNTY
j of nw 1., . . : hI; j:j .: 7 :-: J LOdrL. oo. lot16 17 b.k 11)2 Lt'r\- . 516.1I: 1 111 :I engine boiler washer pumps, tools.! ;]j
Sam Hodges . . com 1492 ft t and U':: 912: ft n : \1 E R..yn.lld- . int ::1) bJk I": L..r.\. . . ; 5 I',_I) htt" :. belting appliances, attachments and i!
of sw cur . . . x 13 Ji: : J lot :.5: blk! 1.i; I..ro\". . 5 16 :O 6;; i iJ of kind whatso-
1 thence s ;3JS; ft e ain: ft n. : 1C Br a complete working
t Sat: : it w 21o it. . . :: 7 i : K .\ Prnnrtn.. . i')t1 '7 1311 blk; ilx;; L:.rnr. i sti' 1 37 i i phosphate plant: any including also f : X41
E Swann. . . . ;lot 1 Reardon's Revised Due 1 : J M D'n.-y :ltlt 11) blk 1 : L.-r.y. . . ;.5 16 :0 6E i any additions that may have been I
West Lots.- . . !"IS152JJno : 1 :H B PiIJt'r. . 'il lot 13 blk 1:7: 1.f1)\' . . '1716 3'1 ij:; made to the said plant or any other'
and A M Mitchell ,lots 5 9 Reardon's Revised Due ; T .\ H..rbtur. ;t.', 9 31) hlk 1:7: I.r.\' . 5162') ; 91 plants that may have bet n erected by
West Lots . . . l> 15 JJ: :' :; 1It.i 1.\1 Park..r. ... .t ; 3I hlk 1::, l..r.J\.. . .51'.20 9 tl the said W. }1. Ross and Alice W. Ross .
A E Handley. . . ,com 13.10 rhw" ..f ncor.. :l!Y 13; JJ: 1),1 and R K.r..:: : .t5 6 blli 1:: I..o\ . 51a: '. . tils, i Mary McAp'r.; blk 1Lrnty. 516.2tl; 6'I'
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thence w of the said The said
: e 3.17 chs n 6.34 chs . : :: :24 1;) I'' J ( HiI!! . ;. : 17 bik 'i4:: L..r;);" : : : x 16'n oa :' plant mortgage.and machinery above phosphate de--

E A Polly . . . .com 3SO ft s of ne cor blk 12: N" I"n 'r..irtun-n.. / : 't. I . !i ,t Un blk 1.1' L-roy.. . . a 11) "I- ) 6,. -cnbed is now located on the east guaranteed by the manufacturers ti ="I,
S S Ocala. thence w 166 ft s' :. ; . . . '..4. blli IH L-"r.\- . . 516 :2': 6), half nf the northeast of
100 ft e 166 ft n l(o ft Bullocks E 11' Brown . . loot. :::9 3U bik! 1:;"' .I..r.\.. . a: iii:0: 5 lK t.'Hi tare township quarter eighteen south.sec-
ad Uiala . . 19 15;: :JJ: :. '7 .\ ''inintit.in. . . !."t. I "_ blk 1:;;, L-"rt\ . ;x 16:11 :H'F range nineteen east in Citrus County <:eep good time-to every boy and girl
T M: Godson. . . lots 133;: t.) 2": blk Ii \V-si End .\ : . r..t is: 1)1k: 1 --, L t.r.v. . . :5'16\: ti, Fl mda.
:a .,.j 1 Ii H Tragr.-a-r . . 1. ,' 1'Lt'I" -. 511'1"1)' : d b
tll'.lla. . . .1 :' blk '/\ : A1.-5O Eighty hors boiler! and
P M Roger . . lots 1 :J ::; blk ;sW.t Enil Ocala ,. t .; t K A Pri.n..an. . . i't'i : :. 3'; lk! 1 : Leroy..16'-t: : : : : .r i 6" :tlng" ioxi4xl- duplex power" pump and in Marion county who will send in fwlaidup t
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W fl Gibson . . lot i blk > W...,t End Ocala. :t H.lll't'hr. l t. ';1hk! 1';:_ I..r.v. . . 1t16''i. 671 : I wngs ; Erie City engine; Ii in. centrifugal
IfSknown. lot.J;; & 11 bik s \\\..,t End iT : Aaron Junl'.r. .r 3-1 blk ltit L..rtl". . ::131161201 i 6;;
.. . . i i : 175 feet 6 in. pipe 50 feet of
;>. L U' la 'I I' j P_ ad.\tu'rn"r. !"t. :.=t :::: :;::1 :: blk It};; I..ro !: 9 5 pump ; > weekly subscriptions, and wit!
,:'tw 'P".i ...n tuhrll.!! . . :..r 46 blk l73 L..rn '. . '21j16I2O! 1)5 l2:! in. pipe 23 feet 10 in. pipe;: one friction -
. .. ;, .:-< 3:: to ::1'. blk 17r. Lerny. !111612! } l 1 ::; hoist and a full and complete
.... . . I i. ,:,. 4.: H bli! 1'-' I..o>r'ny. . i 5'1612(1: n owning plant situated on the east half also give the Weekly Banner free foe
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TU God&on.I . L. 1. .:,. :1 3: J.!k 1'1 L'rl\'. . ::!'16N: SU .j thr t>. township eight.:.-n south range *
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.h .' !.n- :::1 ;::: f ." HH: bk! iii Le- : nineteen east. in Citrus County, Florida. ms year. ': -?. J

. A L Miller.\ . . . lot" :; all.. r 'r. . . . . '::11612! !)! : 11') including all new machinery and
f Ot.ila . . . rack Ear. .; t3 t.J 4n h11. 'n L"'ror.' : 13'1620i! 12: :; equipment, and all buildings erected
' /" .,-tty : . . : ':' :. 6 hIli: H:: I."roy. . ;13l6lOf! S'Ilmr. ') on said property, and all additions and It will give a witch ta any boy Ogirl
&. .. i . . (i. .: -I :: bIk 1S': Leroy.13'16aOt! 6itletir. :; repairs made to the said plant this
D L Mc-oy.: . . lot.1 3: ', 7 9 bll- . . I l.r .;, blh 1ST Le-\' . . .13'162'4'' ': 6i. ; being in addition to the plant and machinery -
(>toa''nt i.-r. . . :. ,: d blk 192 L..r ,r: . . ..1316 ::1): 65 removed since the commence- in the county>> who will send in
I X"'Il M ath\"I\'s. . '1 ig-! . . I, .: :; -1 blk :01: l.rIY.: . IIIO: 0'n.t ::; : ment of this suit from the northwest
:3h blk :101: I..er..y. . ::1'11):0: :: : 6:; i quarter of the southeast quarter of
T M f .' 'in,: . . l..t :" hIli ::.11 Leroy. . '.21'l6a0't: 6I I section twentY-one. township twenty two paid-up subscriptions to the Da!.
. . . I .t ';" bik :04: L r"r" . .'13:11))1: : I 65 I south range twenty east.
[ T ,M Godson 'w..r . IlIr 37 3S blk :;"16 L..r)y. .'11311iO! 85 I And also the following described .
. . In9 1') 11 bik ::"'7 L.'r'J '. .!l316i20; I 1 05 I personal property: Iy Banner, and will give the Dally 1
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X W Harrison. I.t -I blk :!21) I..r.:1: The phosphate plant complete con- s-
. . lot37 33 39 4't hik! .41:= Leroy: 13162': ) 1 15 ;sting of an engine, boiler, washer ,
Aaianda .}(ich' . . !its 19 :::1 hlhU:: L-'r..y. . l'ltjc' :: 85 pumps and everything necessary to ; Banner! six months free.
T M .)ds.)r . . !_.t blk :46: I.rll . . 1316 :., 6:) : constitute,. and comprise a complete!
. : . l-i- :::; :6: blli: .;:; 1 I..r..y. . 1316 :1)' 55 'phosphate plant in g--od working or-
T M Godson . "v.. . . IH 14 blli :::;:; I..I"} . . 1316 2" I);) der. including railroad iron, tools and;,I Here is a chance far the bright boy
Ocala. . . Its :.3: ::::71 blli: ::.)tI L.-r,.v. . ::1: 1& ::0 1S': implements or every character and destnption j
TMr'dnn" .1.! ;; Ii ldOcaia t . . i.t 46 blk 271: I..r..r. . . 13 16 ::.) I):;> belonging to. or in anyviselelating i
. . I..r 3 hlk ::Sl 1... r:1 It) ::0 6:::; to. the op-rations" ->f said ] or girl to earn a watch with very IttIe ; -
.. Bank . . lan. . descnbt-d being I
"> > M us jj >:: :> lot9: :II blk :.= ; L..r"\ .1316 a:" 3.is phosphate r iant. Also as
End veal I . . !. 37 :;, hik :.9:: L..r .;. . lni) ::.j S:;; located on or connected with the ;
-Lt g Mithell.. . blk:, 13 rOiala . . iolt :4: blii :::91) I..r..y . :1: 16 2' 65: plant) at Holder. Fla.. scribed as being ) effort during the vacation sus ".
5 iisIP Jones. . . .lots. a7 2a '/0. . . 1. ,t $7: b!!, 3.13: : Lrr'c . al Iii :ti 6::; intction rhrt-t tmvn-hip -i.hte en. :
-< I . . .oo. h.r :; hlk 31: L.-r'y . :116 :') h:;; ,?:iota. ragnint-'i.. ..-;j'1 Citru ;:
r. and J Brut n. .lot 1 .: :3 -I blk 3i1 . . !I. .t 1 :: bIli ;Hi I..r ty- . . :1: 16 2'i .;:. .._'.. ..,..,..,,.',.,... .j1.O"J........ ..,. '... ": th.... .": ..,...t.>... .". )_W n o>..._ ,
-> I End I icala . . !!.'..t :::;; hlk 3:4: L..r:1: 16"'f1; 6"- it..: -
Eann. . . .all of blk- tis SU 1 ,lY. . [. ,; h hlk 3: ;::1: I..r .t' . .::116 2' h4.n -. AlAll: fie: nsrh::: ft1a'! :d ir.t :<-
j I'1 End (\\'ala. . . . ;. .( : : bik! : 3; L.-r .\' . E.lti11: n., ..." ..!" tho dfinuatitill.an.. R ,-,
R f H.\ Lastn-d . . I!lots 3:0.Iu: blk .'14 JI ] . ;,.,,. ::., :1 hlk ..i:' L."y. . 1316 2": ;'. actjuireii and "btan ..1 b>' r.'.. uT''r, :. -U T. NEEDH0M
End Ocala . ;. .t I:. Llk ::4't' L r," . . 1 16.19 .;-; ,i.. 1 by nrtdo1' ,i i -'Ttain < ontrat ,!
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t-- :MrE Weir lots: 14 It> *> ..t blfc ; 14 bik :41: L.-r. y.L' 16.1): i: ti -"igntJ.n: : :
I West End Ocala . .i ,. .9: Itk! ::1t:: L'r ,y. . ; 16'at) 0'):: :wt""n Huboard a".f H..I. .tnd :: .
MrP K Stout . tits 1"I Wk! 3"..3 ] . ; ,: :4 hlk ::14> L..r' . . :' 1619 Ii' .i iid I Ro8.a ,! tn-run.-r.i .<{ d.I1 .;:-- LUMBE
: ( k'ala-----! . .: :4 bll\ :.43:; L..r.'y 1"1' 1;.11:. ;; Idl' 6'Ir .'XMVnbr! 'rhb *"'J. 1"1'-.1: m .1.. :
H A Fau<..tt. .lot I : 3n: 31 :oJ: b1i . -Ii hk! ::3H L'r.) . . 131619: 1 II':; i-k 113.: ii.it- o, t.. 7" :n. !Ufoi\" '. .:'
i Maria Place . . !j't- 1 :: ulk 3-1' I...r. .c. . :; 16 i9: 91] he j ublK rFlorida ,-<.. .i- ->f )bnli COM', :M'
I'nknown . . lots 19! Jo: b'.k toM Sjlots . I.'t 3 b1k 35: L'r, ::. . . a316:: at 6:; a c< 'pc or"vK.! ._-:> ,,. atacn'Hiplaint i TINNER
I : F Alien . . ..II 1 :2 ;3 blk 16 S . l. "3; blk 331 Lrr"y. . :::i.16.n: 6:; to the bill of '. in ::"t" >.aj-. ,
J Rtkrlin( . . .11utsl1IlI"I. : : :+ lit\I. . . I, .t... ::'1 3.., blk 36,; Lt.r.c. .j160: '):; and made a par tivr-'f snot mark-
|I Park. . . . . I.lt :3t:: blli: 3711 L..roy. . 716 a": ';71 .xhibit "H." by and umi,-r tit t.-rm-
A Sltght. . . . .llots 13 14 17 U bIb 3u S . . Its a:; ati bll 37' L..r0' . ::3 Id :!il ,;. of which ir>iram'-p.t :h- nd HubbarO. Gas and Steam Fitter
; John Row. . Hots 16 17 lv blk 31 S Slots ..'r. . . . 'loot33! t.1 3v hlk 37' i. ro\.'. ::3'16:1): 6j & Hood assigned ard tn.n-f-iT'-d t-)
iieo Anthony. . : 25:; 26: blk 37 S S P 1 U I J P Clark . . . It .::3 blk :379 L..r..y. . . 19i1ti'1.f: 65 ;.: said Ross among ,ith. r things a certain I. -
l/nknnwn . . . .Iot 16 blk 5<) S S Park. ; I 6' J' 1Iay<'r. . . ;; I"t'" 9 to 13 anti H t'JI blk 3SIl lease and their right t-r.>undo r. 1 _1585Su
T'nknown . . .lot 1 blk 54 S S Park. i : i : 6>; 51619! 1 67 I i made! and executed by C. t'. Atkisor
,; l'nknown. . . lot S blk 55;; S S Park .1 I .; I Joanna D..an. . . lots 9 to 13; bl13': 7 Leroy' 5'16'19 i i 69 ''and others to Hubbard & ri-x)d, said Fitter of
:; 1... M Lemon. . . l lot 9 blk 58 S S Park . : !. y L' A P StI"J.U" . . I I..t 33 blk 3''7 L-r.y. . 191621) I 6" ,, instrument of date of S..pt.'mberIIh.. !
I H Holden . . lots 18 blk 62: S S Park . i I i 91 I, E E Davi . . l I..t:: H to16 blk 387 Leroy. 15'1619' : 1 '?:. ,I 1t9. the same being attached to the
J W Glennan. . ..lots 17 18 19 blk 69 S S Park. ; I 65 Ii LtW'ln.1. . . . !.,t,; 31 3a: blk 3S9 Li'roy. '7.16 20''' s:; bill of complaint in tnis caus-. marked Baths,
V E Baldwin . lots 27 28: blk 74 S S Park .f i i I 91 L Brnckhl'f. . ,lots! I'_: t., 2-1 and 33 t', 4.:;:; blk !! exhibit "G," by the terms f)f watch instrument
Lydia .Mullen . . lots :25:; 26 blk 75 S S Park. I : i 91 I 39-1 . 2316 21) :a: 35'GHVred"'nb '[ and lease the said C. C.t- : Hot Water Aparatus,
hell- JonAnthon*-.- . . . lot :27: blk 78 S S Park . .1 I t I ; 6* <>rg. . toI.t: lhlk'3'5 Lrrl>y. . .19'16120 t 83M ; ;, kison and others leased to said Hub-
;.*. > > . . ..lots 26 27; blk SI S S Park . .. \ 91I \- Vrrdtnb.trg. . Ion ::1 blk 395 LrftJY. . '19:16: :_) : 65 : bard & Ho-)d. l->r phosphate mining Wash Basins, Closets,
1 'r.kmmn . ...lots 13 18 blk *6 S si Park. .; I i 916S S J Rvuse . . . !.lots :1: 2:: blli 397 Li'r'Jy. . .13Hr20: : ?5 ;: purp-jses. th'- following described pr,)-
-1 XVi.i Sturrock . ..lots 3I 27 28 blk 96 S S Park' i 1 91 Geo H Kendall..I.lts! 3-1 4n blk 39" L..ro.1l3'11i. !;!') Sx'stt" I perty. to-wit : I Roofing Tin,
) ,r n Rose" . . .lots 1 to 30 ex lot 22 blk 99 S S'! J I i ii H K..ndall. . !.t" 34 -Ilf for 19oi blk 39S Leroy: '1316:24. 95 : Southwest quarter of southwest '
Park. . oo. .i:i I i I j iS 4'', G: H Smith. . . .I..t-I: 35: blk 4O) Lt"ro.19'16:2i' : ) 'S,id quarter of section 36. townsHip lii t Valley Tin.Gutterings. t
[l.u R-St' . ,i lot :22::: blk 99 S S Park . .! i I I..t! III blk101 Leroy. . !23,1:20: 65I ; south range ISast, lying and being :
J > lanky .sot' : 7 S blk 103 S SPark..1 i I tSJ, J Rowe . . . .lots 1 :2: ;3 4 blk 40_: L..r.'y :U\I16O' : I 1 05Vm in the counties of Marion and Citrus. & Conduc-
L F Mock . . 'lots 1 30 blk 117 S S Park. .i} I 91: P H.tnderson. . .;lot 3 blk -103t>NY. . . ; 7'1620: :; I; 65 I II and State of Florida.
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JI V E Baldwin . . .lots 22: _"3 blk 117 S S Park. !: I I J i 91' J D Markl.-: . 'lot -I blk tllo Leroy.: . 7'162., 65 I And also: All the right. tit!.. and interest t tors always in stock.
D F 'Mock . . .'lots 15 16 17 18 blk 119 S SPark; i ; .! 1 3Ti : I S 1 Sholrr. . . . ..110)1 12: blk 4'1-1' 1..1'\'. . .'':2316.0' S'i'D :' acquired by the aid Ross under
:; Hollms-head. . lots 6 7 S 231 23 blk 121 S S' I 1 r' R.s. . . .htt! $ :.n 32:! blk -t'I L.-r.v . 19'16'S' : ;; the' terms of much contract between 1
John Park . . . .1 i : I .i i 3 1)1)L'nh.nown. i II' H Dova-ll. . . ;.intlit 1:: U nt' blk!: -II Lrr I the said Ross" and the said Hubbard Estimates furnished! on application.
. . . lots 14 is blk 1S! S Park. i 91 .,c. . . . j Iii a0 I 1 33S : & Hood as aforesaid: in and tthe fol
Jane .RensenUnknown" . lots 9 10 21 :22: : blk 1:3:: S S Park! I i 1 1 14 I J Croan. . . bit j blk 419 :23'16 2:" 6:;: 'Jwing personal property, t.-'cl. .: I Twenty-seven years' experience.
..lot. :: Park. . '! : i, 91 R rnderwlhlal. . . bit 1 blk -1:0:: I.->rny. . . tc16Zit : 6:%; The entire mining pia!:*. : ':t'udingmavJ.inery /
Mary Ellu- . . lots 1 to 3 and :26 t>, 3') blk 132:::.: : ; I I R rndt'rwOoJ.l. . . lot 1 for 19x5; bik 4.;" L..r.y. : v 16 _:ti 65 : of very kind trr''lead I of ;I I
. . : !! '! 2 14 ,,;; mul..5. wagonimplm,-nt-. equip- '
S: S Park J B Root . . . !Glt15 16 17 l' blk 4.: I. 'r'n 1')1i:11 !
Bliss E Woodsworth.Unknown . 'il.s! 12: 15 blk 13J S S Park. i ;i 91 E i E lA nhart. . . I.t 24 hIk 4.:; Lrrn' l' :ri :;.. 6'; men::. and .il!'. -..-r-oiia! prop... m b, -
; . . .Eot 16 blk 14J S S Park . I :. #I 1 I 6$ J Y Betty. . . .t':" I a h1k! 4 '6:; L.ry. 71'I; ,; !.)n?:ng t > and u"-d ir o-.r.... : >n \\ 1:1'ion
o AltMass . . .,lot29: 30: blk 144 S S ParkA 1 I ti'\ t Ma.'k'y . . :. .t.:7: bk! 43:::: L."y 1? I' _" 6- ,old mining plant.tu.i.,1: n WEEKLY\
X Wheeler! . . .I.t lx blk U; S S Park. . .: I 6 Wm Hickler: . . :. 't: 4'; 47 hIli. t :.; 1.1" :, .ltilr 1 ,:, .ut\\ -st 'lu.lrr-r or f- ..:. .lth\ ..: .
. H Keimer . 1 lot 6 S Park . 6 C..ra E Ty-nn. .oo . :.'t H blliI. :t L'rq '. . 111) "0 ;' 'irtl'r of "..cii-n ;';. t.\ :;=hip: 1'; f
r \ L D Le\\\i" . . lot 12: bhikllo'n'g; S Park. : 6S6S W\i !11th. . . ; ItJkU'iI.'r'r.:: : : . 1916 a''I ,', ." ...TI. rang 1S -a<:
:\ t--' M Simon. . lot 9 blk 158 S S Park .1 :" tiI.s -r. . . : .: :i_ bk: 47: L..rly. 71t ::" .; A'soA: co'r.nl'tH t r..2"'on:,,>:- '
,' H Lent.lots 1 2 hlk 163 S S P'ark..1! 91 J",.' H'rrang, . ". I 7 blk Ht L'"y ..: ; 1. ..:" .:- :- ';: vi tir. g.lhJ.J.t.. !l_:a. b..tir.p. COUfIEf-
:' W y L Patt..r.n. . . lots 29 30 blk 163 S S Park. .: 41 .J [)..ra-. . . . !lr", 1 2 3 t n hl!", 4 'i 1...:. ,y ::.16.: : . bo<>::.. dip-er. and. .appli.in-! .-
Unknown . : . lot 25 blk 16$ S S Park . 91 c' tMZ. . I: 16 hk! 41:; 1. '11'; .: ,; ; : appartnani -.- iop ..tlur1:, a I" .:!>
Jno Rose . . .Iot:7S: :9 blk 174 S S Park! ,I ;I' 91 ( Stl'Z. . . ,I 1' rnr 1'.c: .. : L. .r i 1'; ':' .; .'. :r dredging }..Id.nt. and ...di!i itier: n..t-. ,
UnknownUnknown . . . lots !11 21::: 22 23: blk 178 S S Park. .: ; I 37 ElI.n. . ,Iota! ::1 '_:' bk! 4-,' L roc .: it !' ,') !1rkrant: Irr.i:-ria! u'i in the: c >".- JOURNL
. . lots 29 30 blk 178 S S Park. : : 91 I. BI'ekholf . . :l'lt:, 4 2':; ;:6 7 1)1!:,: 4' .; 1:"w-: '. '' 3II ati: 1 .," -trttc::: tn of ? I pnosphat.- plant. all of
: : L Zacher oo. lot 4 blk 179 S S Park . t) J F GiJ; . . . 'l.lt 9 11 13 17 l'' hI;' ia9 Leroy7; H .:"It I _'. '..i* ;.L I s-1 On the >UthWeSt1
"f"e H T .lot 30 blk 179 S S Park..1! I : } :\1 fart \.urm.: . . !lot 31i blli 41)11 L.-r.y. . . 716tv :;" 'i:-. -:-r .:' : ;." souh\\-st iuarter of AND
El Maldhom; . . . lots 11 12 blk ISO s S Park. i 6 ; 1': Barker . . l./t;;: ::i) :::1 blk h-l Lt'my. . ;3 16 a: ', -... .. .: '.> : 'isbip Itj 5 south ranger .
j C S Hunter . . lots :25:: 26 blk 191 S S Park. < I t381 J Y Bett's. . . -lots! ::2 :3 bili 4S4 Lrr.\ -. 316 _" 6 : -> -- .,;: -: : with all machinery
D UnderlickUnknown . . . lots 16 17 bl k92 S S Park. I I 91 R rndi'rwood. . . 'qut: 34 3: bkI! ; L.'rny. . 1 :6. ., : :;, ..-.-:. .:.. and material placed THE OCALA BANNER I
J . . lot 19 blk 196 SSP-ark. . : 91 R Underwood. . . ".ns 3-1 35;; for 1911: blk 4 ; Le- ; :....r<.ou u.. lent receiver: in this cause.
: Vugust Kunze. . lots 16 17 blk 199 S S Park. : I I 91 roy- . . . . 1 10) _J 1 1E Or. 5.) much thereof as may be suf- i( Weekly)
.+ I *Unknown. . . lots 14 15 blk 201 S S Park i I I I 1 91 J A Quay es. . . 'lot 6 bIk 49,) Leroy . 3'!16a4: t} fti i I--P.I t. realise: the amount so' due
!,Unknown . . lots 1 :2 3I 5 ;26! 27 blk :210: S. S! I t I I I) Marshall ... . . .HS 7 8 blk HI Leroy. . '23.16121) :: -r--. -ui t complainants for principal ;
Park . . . . . ', : 't.- 37'f R A Hart. . . . j!ot 36 bik 493 Lt'I'I- . . 7'16 ) .; '. "r: 1 .\v rest attorney's fees and costs !, BOTH ONE YEAR
Chas LeWIS.. . lot 6 blk 214 S S Park..1 liS 1 R J Hart. . . . :.lot I 3S blk493 L Ny. . . 7'16 a0 :' .- ,. -. suit. :I
, \. Wm H Randolph. . lots 7 to 24 blk 279 S S Park. !, : i t! 1 1 S4 J Y Bettys. . . .ilot; 31Jlk195 Leroy.16'20: CARLOS L. SISTRt 'K .
Wm H Randolph. . lots 1 to 7 and 25 to :23: blk 2S0 !! i I !Ii 11 C Fisher. . . . :lot 13 blk196 116.,1 Special Master in Chancery. j!
S S Park . . . 1 I I I I 2 14 John D lot 13 blk -199 L>roy. . . '2316 ::n't Ij R. A. Burford. i I Wi.y $1.50The 1
Helen D naldson. . tots ;5 i 25 26 blk 28$ S S Park! 1 } I 1 1 37 }{ Y He.:>nor. . . "lot 3'7 blk 503 Leroy. . 16 :0 I Ii .'. T irs -*-".
i E ttagee . . . lot 22 blk 317 S SPark..1 i I i I 68 R lot a9 blk 51)9 Leroy. . . 1 Iii :au ,; "- -- f "r ." r':_ :'IJ.-.3, t. 5rLGftKAH
rt. Unknown . . . lots 16 17 blk 322 S S Park. .! t I t i 91 R nderwood. . . lot 29 f.r 1905 blk 5\)9 Lro. 1 16 a IJ ,,'
1. 'L G E Palen. . . lots 3 to 10 and 21 to !s blk 326. !! I! 1 I Ii }{ary Yitchell. . . lot 30 blk 511 It :,), ') Presidential election is a,.
S S Park . . t' I '' i 1 67 C W Preston. . . Orange Grove Tract It Ler.y: 416 2,'! COHDITIOM Broaching. "times: have changed
Mable Dunn. . 'lot 3A bUt 342 S S Park . i I! f i 681 J F Good . . . Orange Grow Tract a2: Leroy' 016 a: ..! '
t R JH Wolteson . lots 13 14 15 blk 373 S S Park, f I I '1 1 Katie Ylkaty. . . Orange Grove Tract 41) Leroy.1716'ti': Den-rat
:' Unknown..9 blk 374 S S Park .: I I HI W L Whipple. . . Orange Grove Tract 59 Leroy911620! ; ,
Unknown . . . !its 1 :2 3 bik 375 S S Park. I i 114 P )[cnt1ry. . . Orangt Grove Tr.h.t 77 Leroy 9.1620': erat. never a Republican. Essential
M J Edmiston. . . l lot- U i" 11! 12 13 blk 376 S SI! I : j I B F Rs. . . . Orange l'roTract 141: Lero-1116':i0 ell IE ,licences out of the Democrats
P.l r\\\ . . .oo. . I I j i 167 Ge.l Schell..nberger. . Orange Gr'\ Tract .14 Leroy 1116 :2a D way
H P Fah<<'Y. . . .', l' 1 ,!.) ::1: :2 bik 3;6 S 8, I i '- Av py.rCURE are getting together. The Courer -
!',I- . . . .I! i i 167 ;: E. L. CRNEY E : Journal is going to support the
l' J Trout. . . . : : ,; 383 S s Park. . .1 I t SS I!' Tax Colleet r. Marion Co.. Fla. IT-SICK nfswn .cket. And there have it."
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J McCloskey. . . !lot It blk 3St S S P.lrli. . ': I 631!I ; ,.'+...!tt71C r."3TF ... -C : .1 .. ,.. Sendyour orders for this combina-
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G II Kuhn. . . ;, .' 4n; !..ii 385 SSp : ,:, I .' ; 91i i1lGCMA'ISISNC14i00Ds.! .0..... ... ; .< --.s J-
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Frank IIarvey. . .' !,' 3:19: S S P.I !' .1! ; I Q'i .:; : 25 CUtiS '.-u.. Courier-Journal alone is $1 a year.
L Garlick. . -: I ..i101 8 S I' .1' 1 6SMFHal. The Ocala Banner .:i .: j. ... "E',_ :J.(,( :-: .....;".:f;: F!:> e'tCh1Rrtl1f
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f, ,.. Susan Ihrlh'k. . .Int :o blk101 S S Park. . i 1';' Proprietor of the
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torWfcwr*. the .':.Gd. fivn; rte aninr : hosn: J 1. . '- _1 _. wo niiUor.! <:- ';;srs t2M.Pf) ) THAT vVHERKA.i
I The beat !:ITH dr&wlsjr! n f. r"j ,; 'j'fi( '.. '.-. r1 : ....: . :-.r.-rr it is r h-r a* -. -: r IJld..r'l.! : : -.- ;
arr. r for awhi; then hrin .riar :.., :. .:..r, .
'.f .
er'ln* JT'-UiJd .t>f>'... wfS ll .<. : -: :' j.a; vr c r.: ':" -,. :.ESt1Li L' mat the charter j f f-rr..::'; BLajlro any : -
a \>zr n* ia r:'>n a rr:> jrpointless ,-.--- ndftd -
a..pe. )s : .. : ,r'P"rati.,:. snail be am svi H irarUan-'.' su r.r .ter-- ':
: Cruz mirU*: ftf pofaabA .a 11; ( 3oarnai aGne; ja E : .
cr a .
: aeayi: ant. a via:. 7 a vr, *r. -.- Arucle III thereof shall fad as"cs ::(Jr.r4'l tr..a" ; ,;;nai.o'!

good 4fwalafc If rh; ?raa< vr r -r.-.3.: :r '
: Ga
l. : pier2 wta rr.' mig;: *Qr.r: O.Tv> ; t n" r.rr'4t.n .
J6wJy; and !is of a poor .- .- inrTena --. x.. - -- :'!.r amount .,f capitarork: au- : lundr'-'i tnou.iar.i.i.: .-- if--+ :
; that : t tripe :.fitr !!* 4a-and h_ '
f- Ktrte nItrate of Oulu. :"+1 rii -1z..d shall D*; two million: dollars ivft huridred tho ---.-.'. .JJdI' $ -

i T t,>," --. *he ::dP! are it a.+! iL.7 jrad- ,. s e s s s a c r J. '}'y'+.')'VJ> 'vdf'd into twenty thou- | (J,'00), It ILRESOLVETit .1

iJj p4$ WM fo an sC P. w i.; ; CP I : ..r..i' u:..al ('mr." t:, -a:rpr --r..! shares of the par vailuof or.: i :.** ".- har:.: : ..

.. palltA better rotor and a rapui i'-. Thisr. ..r.r.M: liatI>r..y: a a.!! T---. .. FUNERALDIRECTORS. ...sired dollars J100) p r sharp, pay- | Standard & Herr- -..;' Rair--: :' --

Ties* ffiiirarw sliookl be put on sdPary > ,:: -.- in lawful money of the United f hall: be so amends fit Ar- :II
m.lny Pt.. orjrn;r worts ::.o 1 ,*
1Astble; and fc* raiiPd a lift r'.tea. The same to be non-asaesa- hall read as follows:
aA '
fi :'iw luir e jf<>t. hit rtgbt 1*? out ,-" ...1: bit and to be issued when the money "The amount of capitalt .-. -t

.' 1-.0 the ;rags roots ro pre etit tae kte 15rg oat to what i* ka >wn aa a fa.pHop .:, wC. W. M. .. ". ;.. r-for is paid into the trv tsury." j.ifl aid corporation shall be fivi'I

ntl'f: ?*'i from tae dPetrmr.rJt'1r.c. ." The wiie tralcer *ct= on ..-.- ---7- :1( .. .. And that the President and in hisjjib houaand dollars rJo'W.OOO ) d\ : : -,: -

'. .'. tone It i is heriw to awty kr...e and : n I..A" nce the vic*-President, be andt|! o five thousand shares of tr.- -. ..
s .rtr
tbeary tfcat! 11 how*t. Mar.j.: t* rt .' II : .. -i. 4' i ._ !!
rw adltei paratr4aad if the tanae !* | f:-rs-by he is instructed to take or cause value of one hundred dollar ij"> .>
j' t .
the .bras are from the Iron .vf nr/s i ir.4 iSu"x; '') "t-. r---:1: IirlveD to t:o "r>- rak-n! all the necessary proceed- per share; said capital ..._,: :, r. t

: a44! a "<** or tFO before the iarr.r State Riiut he ftown. a .t .[.j- Bsr.ai: rv.Eabclahg..->-.. :ng? -tuir.l by law to procure said 1'I paid In lawful money of thr..-. .--,;

&#rs w'll b* 1 hrtie: low rf ftt.tr Vn.t ; and when oi fteanmal; R.* > 't.. :> i.- .''-'..nt to charter of the corpor-.1 I f States upon calls made by tn- L'r-: -

71i awn rJawer abonld not b* used to Order {it;on. J JN'j ore in such instalments as L'.r- : r--
Quit hits trainPT'a; ffitlvfl 1' ff
stttn tat err itrd has rHmLe attt'.Pd: therefore in accordan'with I nay deem beat."

..' : kiadil. t it; lahe .rrpraia; Z '. T .( s said resolution so adopted notice is And thereupon the following ; :1.,.->
irellaUy ffl.
CUt the JanTfc tHM l'f'J
*
f gra / respond* in k.rwi *rtV-l that the Port Inglis Terminal i r nent of the charter of said 'Prp -

/ lawn never Sa i r..I1l'b.I ., After the borse baa br4'a .' iP:. t"'ompany will apply to the governor ;: ion was adopted by the ur.ar/ y3vote : '

!' ,' abt4 o fey !h ne who t se it. A filet: of th* State of Florida, at Tallahassee, !' of the entire stock of sari .-. -p ration -
arait large -* >* -
proper pse-
Burnett
.. .. .dt-e-ty adjusrwi; tad in rrh1 wlt'Ii.r.g Jerry Honda on the present by adopting th- f.--"
i;, tlratt4rPri a ''.1t the ''.:Z -.. 21st day of May A. O, 1907, I,
ba.r-: f as resolutions namely:
t'-rd-t1' it te kept ( by a
may .' '.. f'or !letters amending the r hartrr -
np r.-r.r" ; :'trl. o.- iI < patent THAT WHEREAS in th- ',p.r. ,r. '
t treairh's niro! of the a4;'rPtc.g; araatd : C / : "f the Port Inglis Terminal Com-
.
[ ..' OS ar4 ', .'.M ( :. fo1; he stockholders of the Standar.iiernando .": i
OOtt4. a.irl .0 or.e"to.HIII" t l' adIAed Merchant Jan;' heretofore granted, as follows: II Railroad Company .t .
the ; ..r.lr: '*.* ; 'j. a
H II.: 3; < fr.en That Article! III hall be ?o amended
I. tft Bsr 1dl l* with t pA-t r: ilrable and in the best inters.-: : : OJ"
'in .* -i- in.' ,r>>- it.- f.s frad as follows: I .
l be anrteratawia rGy.3Iwayit corporation: that the highest anf ." .;, "
: 'I foily ,. "Th amount of capital stock au- ; v
binr.: o J' r.sr.fc, i. > 1. -1 indebtedness or liability tohe ; r-;
<
t aWl poou.gh wt:"r "., :nnnzd shall be two million dollars
( osrtrii rlrr.d,1'.z; :.r..Jwq a .I: : "_ : ; Tailoring. : titiM'.OOO corporation can at any tm: (-
into rh* <(4L A !:?ht '- ) divided into twenty thou-
(*+ty j lect itself be increased from
on
r.j. -
;
Lervra : :.. 'Ia; .i 'i .: '; -and shares of the value of one i
t.s .t ho .i*. par ired and fifty thousand dollaril"i
: the nrlM" .r.ll .
0 > -
x- ,.. ?f.t! ',-, :.1.-3.-e .:. r. .-.'. -. r -... jr.drd dollars < $100> per share, pay-I! CI OO live .
) to hundred thousand l .
t.P '1' : -
nrxir
c.at the nracute e-ap#
' : rrnt-tta.j; : ".'.-. t. ;.-. -. -Q.- : hr! in lawfuy money of the United j ($ OO.JJ ). it isRESOLVED
t : raJddl1 earl 2 in f:.e end doPC rr.f.:. hat:. S Tatfth; same to be non-a.<
:n \V{.!' 2. r..b.ir r ttss (. rfJ'fn thin arii r r2g t1".f.1 ,. -. Ocala, Florida.Ficest hT-A t-- b* issued when the st-ssa.bICI' amount of intebtedness :lj.it.-
!
!JPrJm Z r..t.; rte. : .' r- ;..- ,. h-p-for into the tr4 or :
t tp tlppa! ::ei...i1'ly a:4 ,; : ."t'f! : '. '.. -. .. '.. :. : is paid t o which the corporate!: shall ,:: ,:. '.
(oIY.1.r.t..r.. : :' ImportedDorn and: T'ni.a corporation has prepared .
; 1th Ialcn 'rrs ",. ; a.* 3r Cf.rti-I ime subject itself .r., .: be fivL: .i- -
reaar I.r.n : "' -- r.:: .- under its seal
." j: az common
: '
"1" (rc--- ---\kf- ,:.h-.a : tic Cictha. Ired
: thousand
rj"E"r5IJ".I.! .'"."' .. >1 jt
row'h ,r,pofl amendments as-!
". i is further.
-
PLr 4 H. .-.. 'rrr.rrd ;. :,' ,
- -- if. re-aid. which certificate is nv on.

-'. }:,, :. :. .< .t .. ", ;"'!.-:. It Cutting a ope cial ;ilin the office of the Secretary of thej: RESOLVED, that r-.. .-hart-r: ;

t. ,. W, sting; to Hup. ? ::;rr.."... a-ovl: ;. ;;. ./.- :;>;il of '.* .. ; 'to : ;,2. : : : ; Fits Guarante ed. Stare; of Florida [in his office at Tal-j! j (\rtir-irp.intTi.-n-j.hail! VII shall r.-h-. ,-.. -..follow--nd.d :...;

t Win Wag *r. -',:ly fc.Msrh..-,* rye: ;&ha Florida. j
r- .- ar.r ,'._" :* .'"! and ',. :f' : II 3-t- "Th. hisfhest < ." ;, : r ind,-bt. : *.. _
t tutus,. FI f.fr "'Tf : ; .a.- ; .. : : .f ,ii.s. ,, PORT INGLIS TER3IAIJlt -
li dvPd : -
eat -
!' nna *f.-.i if r.e ; ;.** to fiafer -.* .- - ---- -- I>r iiahihtv! t.> v. !.' s { oq,. 1,1; "
1/ I"r r.cj! : f'. : ..t'' Far Sae.; -[,!. Marian's Liv'FrPts PANT, ; .
tPTf ktfiAiy it'lZk 'i7 an iit 'iny ti.->- -i-' .tslf.1..
-
t >.. a;'i rl.the[ ; iI'.I< T < ro : i ,'-sti! By John L. IriKi! ; :;

It: .. One' daJ N- z k.-! few :,;a r.;-a wiJ : =r.d.IRt .4 tor -rio'js to ,tAi.,} r-; < .- .: :.: made ir. :! Dr ilar-ar s private for Attest:> \Pic- Pr.----d.-r! ,t. !|'f/Ivt- hundred th' u-- diar.i![ i < _

r .",. "O". .f *,frrt.+?. M.';u"". e r x t t t t t :,;:Ia.; a.r. r itwi for ia'eIIts4a:5 Ralph Barker. ; lOft. i"And
r. a .. ; r.* i is tamed ont for RT :,: th-reup.tr; t. .-\\iiic .1-11. .,!_

A :' .. TPJtif'l'l, "SS' :' .rat.u ar0 p't7ddP -" :" ;' : ,av'f. r,- rr.fiT.tJia or k"/c *r A. :.1- >. ; p'::*;7 H:?*- ab!,. Sent ._ _55e_-retar-__ ___ __, 4-I9i j I mrnt of Hi-! chart-r .d ( url; .. !!:,uv;

I- !. v, >.-.-..,!. ..S -. r.a7.i.: ": .,;: .,- --- ---- ---- --- :" -;a: : 'rr .-:":)' of }>r.re. ::", ct.. a 11\a< adttf.tfd b> : : ln1I"'It":

ri yon it p!r.r :. :.. IJ ,.1. ;.;;;."- L. .; :.' f,, :. -. ', .. ; ; : HUBEP xxr. r3.. NOTICE FOR-PUBLICATION. i ,>i th- "1. Ire st .. .: -'aid ..'-i. ._

, 3 .7 1 ii'Ti' !.f.t by .t... .-.,' th- i ; .
gtt'L ::.! . : : ": >- -- Mrs, Beatrice Marean. J''rlffll..nt of th- Int ,'rior. I_intl i" ffii i ingr.>--. iiition.: :..1. <:\
-
>" '. ,r ';. ; :.- : -. .. ." i at ',ainc'sville. Kla .Apr I". THAT WHEFnn'
: rS' B-Imr! >nt St. I : "- : :
.
-' 1.:1:! Sac ;..,'. ,. ; : .- ."j" .. : -.. .. 1ln i7 jf thf --tt'Ckhol-k-r-) i :' th. S; ;-. :. "

; 11- it ex' .; m.akf r..1 fp..J l tR .. Pen=acoa, Fla. ind Hr indo .
; ; FJ.-:1/ .
;(H. .: -.- \ ..rX f1-- N 1 r..r.'.- iiv'-r. thttt William j'SM 011I':1..r' i
K wbf"tI I .;.. .P ?'rcAh :In -, i Je.ir.ihl.nd! i in rb- -t int.-i.: .
par.- r.4 ',:,'if : ;.. :-. ., A '. : > : i" \( rW: -. : .1' K. i i.dr.I.Fla... hafiltd no- ;, -
: '. IJ1"J.-a'J" r :. rinr v-.i: >sv--. I *'; : :. "," ,. '-. -':- '-s. ; the ITIlimiting .ratiol' : ::1." Arti: ;- )
_' f '" .r r. !..j. ." ", tattt!* tif.- uf t- II.n"u to makt- final, fivr- I ] '
. Astra'M. lt' nn'\' ;' : Dirtn
2 i. f. .. ', : -. .: : -' : ifirK- y"-ir [iri'-f inujiport of his < !iiim; .
:. j fin' I" ,
r .t > ,
I .t r; ;! I..n, .o ::1. : ti.. -
; --.r.g
} ', 'wl"'IIII.. -t".ld! Entryn.. :;i256.j
h'am'n .,. : ; : : ua' n "Jsr ,to Sf-v-t.. it i isRESOLVED
i.,, 1 : f .r.-t'- ; -I'.' '.-, ', .- Z -i.: "/I!' "nrl fI: nk. fi-i d l"- !IJ"1.:: !oL) for thnurth! -ast !
rk ; r :,.t .'al 2ru; c".,*:. tl.u! 't.' numb
-.. r
: ,. .: '.- of '.1I111.I"t = j
'I'wrl'r trt- lion
: '.. J. < ;; ; ; '.r. j f'ilnk iiti r. > <
, or .
t' ,: :./:'i Dir .- .r-; .if said! ( '. h .. '. ,
, t, sal 4. SIta..r..g. .t + '" ;. a.Y .. ...- '. ; :> I.,1: ,: i.1 ;"; :, (,. .. r, .. .;/) l.fti r' tlI :::. 't'.un"inj. Htilth, range :1ast, ,e
." ',; and thai .- ,lld l .nt'will be mailb.-
f : : .r; > pro| .
L. '.. ;' .ii S ', '. ." ', furth -r it i is.RESOLVED..
: .
-
" ,'. p ., "1 ; ',i'J .f1"'r wi!, f<.r.- f'l'-rk 'ir"'uir Court at C'taia.
.
I> .; .1-- '.:.' :. : : ,- 'f .,_ '.r ,'- '. 1 '. ti-.t: r- .:' !
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; Z ; j.
+ It "t.I n--i : '' 1.1. >r ,
) .
"e -; _, ;- \ -." .,. '. June 5 1907. l'or'H.raj"ll i shall inArti. .i-ndvd; .. + -
'r of a :. = : > J.- ; : -. '/ -: .'. ': ..!! hr.ir.'l 'Ii. ; I
t : PYrr 7'iC . 1- 1shall r td 1 ? follow '
r __' : .. r. '. :'. -. '-. : -: : : J- .a3 -. r V < .s- '. i st-n r.n-'i I4' II. nurntli" following witlw.--- .
.-t .-, >. .-. P ;,": ry .. hit ontiniiitiis residrnc. I "That .u tlu- third T! .1'11}' ;ii. '- .-
r .' Vr :a > '
; '
_. j' 'i' r*' : v r upon ,. .
:. .4 :', : ,. < : ; ruary .f itch y,-ar t.!; r- hal!! i ii-, i -
..J! ;
-i- f '. '. iilitvaii-in of the land viz
: :
.. '.- ; '. .f : ,1.,0 f< rry r.fi 1'i'
t t .. '. '. : : ed s.-Vr-t .Stuekhoii'! ] ;, ;'- said 1 .' _
-.J < ,' .: -.;' r 7r t I I- {iintli r Arnli-r-on. of Kf-iiilrick, ; : ui; .ri;k-

;" ...:.: -. .. : ., r* si '. ; .- t- ;./>,' fy i :.. i j';ation a-I DiTt..tnr1101 that ".Jd 1'-

: f / { "- '< l.il'- Aiiili-rwoii.I '.1'( Kf-rnlrick. Fla. I'rv.ir< at their +tl. .t, In.- !.-;:
fff.ft T :.-, 4 r 5LL / REEDr : ; : : : 'i ( ; .
o n thtanc
\ \ : (1i J Ir.rd.: -.i 'iuH ;+, nil.I --I -nlrii-k. Fla. : day. shall .jlect dlJ"I-.1.; !
BABYSFACEINTERRIBLE f I ". 'j ;' -,- : '.' ;'. Pr.idf'nt'ie.'I".
; : -jid.-nt. S. ,
-.iu'l I t' inipl-II.I of Kt-n .. and Trea
; co' ,A, J : L rr.s oat H'.f S.HFRC.. ;; ur'r. and 'uJ.0 .

'..;-r. ...:. >. ". .' .' ;.' < < <' .'. '/, ;. .' : f !.' I' r1n I .,: R.' i'l'r. ; 'ofrt't-rs and ag.-nt-- tae i-orj--r.r! ; .

iA ;" .' '. ma > aUfl'JnZI!! l h- affi--!'- !. i
-
,- 0 ". L I. --- --- -- -
.- 7 ,* f .>; ._ : : '< t'0 ; .1 'I hold l
: . .. '. '. '" \\f:: ; ih-ir nfhl' -F us.nl i : Gt.Hr <'I' -
0 A '. 1 i ,
ii STATE T .. .. ., -_ v ; : .: ':/ < : :. ." ,r L' I' .r"-r I -f! NOTICE. <>rs anduly! cK--tt-d 1 .lllcI! qualiti-.i 1 A : :

: .. ;. ._ -. -7 : ja two of ,
.
ui-h
4- -' .; .; .' S. rr." ;. c' sir.,. 'f"t'l 1 'I.. ufli.--< :ii-.y b- h--l! '

___ .' ... ,''. :. tTr ...; ., '. ; < r. ; '.r. r, r' '.r rr"'N. 'f'I'I! A -. |III" i n-iniiri'iiifnis of the con- i :one I", r.. .n. except th"of Pn-' ;,:. : ;.
I "
1. .' :.. '.. '.., >. :: >, < rya ;;' :-, .,'; r'Q't'1 : 0' :." .' f..r I.. 1'/! -i nii. ion tit Florida notice is hereby and Vi/.-Pr,'sil.-t,[. .

:, t :'Awful Humor V fa A F : .. .,, ,:.; : r Ir 7fa ; And that the Pr.'-id. nt be an.i i..r.-
: < 21 : e .I 3C : : ', .':.,"' ".' .. ,-. ,- :" :. ::.. ., ; -.e- '. rg jM-! ii that tinlinard of county coot I by h.is mstrui-t.-d to take .
f.- Sf ITTIJ.I'{ : .raii;; '"
': ,:, i l and Ear# -- &>dy Mus o4* ScrThree .' ':. :. : .-. -.. : :. .,1 '. ,?: '_ .:', : .', r' ,(. '. I rrHt ni.-i.mt.i ,.r .Marion county, Florida, be tak-n all the H.., ,.vSary IPOings ;-

.. ., .. .. .. : : ;:.1. ; '. ", '' ; railS apply !to !the iii'xt ensuing legisi n-iuired by law to
: ; ., \ .':1' .. '.:. GEriRtA PF-At.H fgflp ill3IRrlEfi. pro'urr -t. ;
: Doctors Tr ed to He'p '-' .,: -.' : ; :.1', i "q.\ ..r Hoii.ia, r.,r special Ugislaio amendments; to hart-r .f the o/ri-. .!.-
'
."t- --i. x. ; r ,
<--T -tr."v
f Little Sufferer B-t SGrew ':. : \\a ii--Ma ht- !ami validate all Oar tion.
".,' *. :.>.'"'. '. 1.. Jrtdn.1 -" f .. Now .
: ; -, '. -." t: .j : .,i'r, ; nalll' j 1r..-.".,! tr (In- bush! of county therefore m x. .'ordainv.fi

: ViorsP-Afttr Sper.d'r.g Jt'any ; .-- ;-;-* ,; -.- < ; ., ;. ; -- r.c -. :,:' i 'f,, J "":" t .' irrs 4N 111I1 Hir 'rnuuntcabrurrtit, Marion county, Flcrfa. said amendments so ;uL .pted. tioti-- :

: Dollars On Doctors and Medicine 1.... t' .,_.i. ;. .*<-i..' .-- f -. .: '. '.-. "" .;r'vr ;.r uA Y.p '.f t .r"j" j. i.r arl1 r ..Ii, ) rotOIK Mill materials in con- hereby given that th- Standard .' -.11

.'. : ,,: '.:. ." !" -. '- ',-', :.; < : 5 -: S'r ". I .r .:" /rr: .\.rI. t 1// (" '"I -111,1/1017. ih- i.'iiihouBe Hernando Railroad Company will-!
L' ,. /, "i' ,r.t"lo ... .. ..1,1 at Ocala. i Ply to the governor of tlt.- St- .'
f. ,. ', ; '. ,
'r
L = f.
.t i- ; .
: Florida
i' "loii'Li ,, at
f. j
:- ? : ? Ip.n t.trtl-j lillrlYf J louiiu i.uriMwes. Tallahasa-eei Florida. :.

: l CUTICURA CURES I IN I TOO r/-U' i. h._ '" kftr.t; '. :. -A : '. :... ar. : ;fr:. .<- fralgia t r.t/.1f".it.e; "u/4 ll.it 'lotiii I. Kdwards Chairman. j the

t with the w:..;. in, : f.-- ..- ;. ,' ;:... .: / .;- r..7' t;-- ''I'trC'r tr '. r-f jr '.! -, Rprir.e". Sta-) { viiir I .\ MnihewH, I1 21st day of May, A. D., 1907.

WEEKS AT COST OF 75c. .. ,,. "."'-. : ',' "{'--. .' ,; r; Hrt for letters
I.m ,10.. g..; :y ";':. . ,. ir.< r' 'f.tn v /fr=>irt u i rhtbt' t/ Hid ; .4 A I.'uft. patent amending th.- Vii,:)+1-
.: :.I -. '..b : 'r.'t A >J'- '. (<:' / .rr wit (1rc, r>.yrf| and & Hernando Railroad ro njMr.> '--

c-, r fut at a f.ine. "I-i a . rr. ." "..: ". I, { '. .:' zts''. A :;.rr -if i 'r. 'I.f Utiitgiaii tf4p, I'tii' I W 'I 1 Itrner charter heretofore granted as f'.lov.-'!;; '

clear i.nf ,'a.1 ,n ta- :. *.-, v ". c <': !f' 'h' f'. to It :1.It'i, C'ummissioners.' That Article III .
t i I "'. 1 if. Fr.,
; s'ifT-f.r.? J.a-f tr..i you what not to ;lill.difO or L. !. n.. .->; ,./- mar" .a .,,'.'1 b .' (i 'r' ...,.i 1[, r.r.; .. tf--., / '!", jt.'f .1/ .F. Stnglr' prprb| i Kif ;! I If i said corporation shall be so anu-:.,trd
: Ifi f : '. ir. { --- to read as follows
T Cutirura hA. drr'A'rr..tpdau: hter. f- / :
: | !*>rn. In lyinq don l Ta--r.--s use H.. "T : ',(y. r.r' ;4' I'
1. rokf out all over her body withtaunnr a Tr.' ar:- lit!! !fill* '1 ifi the li".d'if r i -.f AtiMIN16 IlAtOQ'8 NOTICE OF I The amount of capital stock of -. jfl
:sam two -tr;' s. Jstipj-i:: ? r.'*. .r. to.-.r. : V r-'s --d -.-, ". (/.t '
and Wo' u-d fo'rythm g reroiQrl. j : 2harness. .{4' '.1. )'tr' II..lt. ,.,, 0., ,, 'I t"o- fINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE. i corporation shall be five hisinr4/:

tmrnd but wjthotjt rp-nlta. I called in Tap jrnrr! nn .th k:> -s .-' r.-- ? .S .: : -J'U'' i. {-i ir.i aur.I'r / thousand dollars ($500.000) div-l-d: I 'J -

-, dain -d ,uldhf. A! if- i '. .:. -< ; '. I.rft.'II..: .JI. ,. "T to five thousand
I I U4"t"f'&A'tt/rs, ty all they c + with th'- whip. '1.1\ "- tlC ;' .'L. ;.' .: ..r ; ;- 'I shares of the par vi-.l-i-] 1

td>1p tot she continHl to grow f and Juwu I : :. :. '. ;. : t' ,..r'1! liJiJ! of one hundred dollars ($100) p"'--hur----: .
-trap : t--r-t- ..
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g. >: r. r.kr .
fL .'. II>T bfxiy was a mass of eor''-s. Tr.r'O, r. V. ) : .". 4r'- ".'. :..t. ''.tsea.r. ; < ,' '. j? -".i- ur' >iUi tjcor-/ iiij N .u< e- i-s ii-i -l bY giu-n that hD the and said capital stock to b(. p.u.i i >
ar..d bn hale fare .*-e.NVit :-ui i: li.-.vii :. ::.e n..Wi jr. i.j .i. 'J ,' f ti'i HIM of lawful Jtr
1 was 1n.g pat-n : 3' 5; :./rr.r. ?..*: -,"', sv: -r.-r < r- *" vr i da/ May A. D., 1907. money of the United t.t. ,; 'f

< &*.y. HT pan look..tl as rf thy i and rr u. h tar wh.p.Uy! t,; tnri.. p on.i r r. ,_ O--- ? ; ,;: ,-' ..r, !t. -ir..r.i hug r r > '.[,,- 'If .. ;itrrf." l n>>. tnt .lllihl will prestos his nn calls made by the Directors In :

i ould drop off. Neighbor add me p1Pt.:1i''. te: L- -.:.4'r wtii t!,.p L-.. .. .r" t.'.{iiT-t; ; ;a. 'fii, < .y 'r. J'.I> .its rio, liDul Moiiiitd fai..i l .ouchera to installments as Directors mav aj.: : 1\ ) an.; Ir. .1 '" . Joseph "
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( to II Cutirura S iap and i i trnent, and --- '.f liri ( : rrrI-r I i.ft'lfii best.
'. I 11 !,;< ; : :1,. r- !' :_ H. II l oiuuiy jn.iiMarion
.y. '' .
'; : i Irtor I hart utd half of the cake off aC : r. Slrln'rc.S : r. J ,,,I ,u.I !.. firifi'r.: county That Article VI .f the dl "f

:: ; Soap and boxf OinUjy-r.' th-- soma had fall: all:\ oTtr < j.i.ii, N.tu J.-* .'! ; ;. H. GA1TSKILL.O. o .-' "f fii ff l/1'.11"1: [ ni Ma otlirtat Ofuta andlI.n said corporation shall!! be so anl!''!,:- '

:: f f aO bVaJ dt arrfl my litti- nr's face and "roon br.;. .1." raa>r u.Ji.. .' .: f .4 f', tt I A "u h'l '(.., !" finnl :
'!' tody w'rf aA r\i bab-'f. .t .!... ....X:. ;. .L. \\ !..1: : ._. '>, : ; ,.' .: .; r r, l. 1 h' final itin tiiti r ti .adiniiiinlratdr of I "That on the third Tuesday in F-'u! ,
.; I would not \without it attain if it .'hlir, rat I
: .r I I I'"rl" 1 1 hltlir .f .'. .
,11"'II rnary >ach -
cent flv dollars instead ct -i>.:> .\ ::ii : :. irt L.: > !. .u ,: i! I'd. :year tt. -r. shall be "S
i sv-Tity-five 1"'II'If"' .' I foil
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I''M, sr-\-n .
**tttl, whx-h w all: it crt JM tiur** jec'f I 1N1, L ." ':,r.3:1yp : f.. .:.,: ,.:' : { stockholders .f said l c.r''H.tion ,-
- 'f'JrltE T. N. H1ITH.j j as Directors, and that! said [ ? : t' car baby aJtrr wtallitz many dollars _\ 'h'- i-n..) M:_ .: arv ;-- : : :. "-. : s at their[
.. co dfict' aid co* iicirn< without A- .llIIllIiI.lur .f II,<' 1:1-11.11.: ( of J.I j mptinfr to be h. !ld on II.! 1
any regard f 'r v rk n-eli: ii.! -.- > .._' r" S r- '.f 'I\ f-i;, 1." "r'n'i.i sam. day shall t.I.\! ; ann.i.illy, i
fcenefit whavr.. Mrs. Grge J. .iinitii. -"-"'iRii.i.
&me. 701 rb'ra St., Akron Ohio. un the I.-:: i.- i- ,-.. -...1 1..1 fi-la r .i.-l f.,, NOTICE. ilii-Cmj!! Prid.nt.. V c.Pr"'I.l..nt..r.- t.. -',

.o\q. 30, ).:. lITCHING !tin; bI, 1:.,. >'.1". \ '.: ._ ... :L -. ',. t.it I*, t ,' \-iiif !I and Tn-.ESUrer. and l lnch ot!.-r < "-
t II i h M< !
r
-: i >. 111. ; .i'! .f rMi.i" Kivrn tl+at. (,n the ; fic:-rs :rod agent< a. the corporal1' "-
-.._ ;tutiy *<.! : !. --S r.vt .:.' -, S' ?':+ h.'
E I -ant. Ir I I' .iny of Vlnrrli# 19/17. T. W. Smit I : may authorize. All tI. offKrsh.i'.i:
,
uad run iwwhi. ;- L :";.-. -. ":n.Yl! t itf. r. I.. ildijitliiMin" hold! th.-ir rl'''..'i tivoffiies ui-.i J E
s It s r. Smith Ar Co I .
TORTURES ,
J t tio.'t w "1.: ''.s>' l-"_' :.:.- xl > :: 1 j't iI their sn-<-<-:.sorar> d-ily electeditnl
hn-f"rrPr1 l IIJI'! .f I ?nfotl for th,- hen! j '1Ilahti..1.ny! two .f Such ofin--
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LI"t" don. : -
ow! :L :
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It"t Speedily Cured r' I }! .jc'| r.rl' ,.i.- fit; i>fI, t'H'W(T nil of his !property I| may li' h.'Id by orn.Tson.. ,-sf :
< tab'te \
om' > ::.f 'r,1; 't( j../ .- r U..I l fn I tr lI'III.'rjiJI I Afl n.-it I lit"--.- ?,f Prrsii.-n' ..,1 Vic.l'rdht. -- .

\ S>v\, by Cuticura tay.! <:r." th.Lm .- >.: -.;,_. I h't rt'a'., '" l\i-I' ; and ." I
nil bai'
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a'lut
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> A warn t bath with : an apt'lf ;iad t.- _' : '. i fhr LEI '.r qui TIIltrll.1.i> VII .'I Tie l.hart"f .* I
'. ,-" .: ? h| f.,, i 'i.1 I .'ic }hi I l tv 1.. .1 I ill. .1 t In I tit|elv' :, +.1 < ,
nrioriionhall !
0Jtl';ri >- and '.\. t. t 7 sod fns > ; so am-lid"
1 : i- .p a ': ; :il ) n : ": 'IH ? I ,." .
i f.. ,1/. .e :' .1" 4t lane. i l'JfJl wl ."' ' i '" I'.atl -lp r..11.-|| .
slr/:> !I'h
: I f' ajij.lKatton ofI'litjcura three : : t:.. : I
I i : evPPritrrt r. t r. 'd' I '. '.f .
$ Ojn'njnt th -i "t./ "rl ; "Tluhieh -"t ,nuit: of [ind.-b" ,.: -
\' < M. FERRY & CO.. : .1, i : :
.UJ'M
artnfiga: ;: :t.i.. 1. < .. : ,'\.1 pru.I'1
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sreat j : fitif r u nii
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or liability -
Skin i to stir} this
: 1 irrat ur+, will Detroit, Mien. ski : h < >rr..iaili.n -
: afford inirfj xSiaU relkf, I A1Iw:; -- Fraiik iv.t. !J-'.-. .. !*- .'." .r f -r-.M.r i ti'tla it! t ha : S .Hlr. who t-an nt ;uiy t'misubject ir-.f, I i

) permit rr-t and sl.pp, W" l\. : I f'l r. |.i 3tl |>*>r 1.'oI.li"hr..1 lIP .' S .; "'lur1dl.ru nut!- bnll b< five htln:lr.'d thousand dollars. i

1 and point to a spt'-t'dy I _____ __. -- --- --_ .'.. .' .11.1 J*rt *. fr'r1 f h''v rmiKt flic thnir clftliim again (1.UI.ooO. ) L\
!Mf ,r '
i J,1 April, < This
; (un'oCthtmostditn.1IIt I :li,1 corporation has prepared rortiunilpr '
l F r> Brood .' .1r?s.We aaViKnor properly .
sworn
ins forniri of I On to Him. M T T T4rrr to. ftc-ntplI
torturing j Its common seal of the
r l-fjgurin;. hunr TB, f' fmas tot istra.he I "No." said Hi TragerdyI aeveij :' 'irr >i. f'r.u-t5 Marl i ; ;i'hin, f., r iiM.othii from thl* dat< J'.lpt=Pf1 amendments as adopted ;!" j I

t -hmg.-and irritationsof infanu, j take a sleeper! when I travel. I do III' Lit'. '..' ; a-t /orn in a r .l.- ',,\.J 'j i-; talars.r''amplptnt. i-i!I ;. 1907. nfJft'flald'hhh certificate is now on

(hiidn'nandadultd .Ln all other rte of the DII-'SL'broo'l mares "vr tiro.is M +nt'a Far,!). Ito.. 419.CULLS I M. II. file In the office of the Secretary of
.. HUTCH
thtat
the berths and. beeld
f dins arid even physicians fail.CatcplfU are sanitary to the ?tate. and to see ?h.m ia tf, ad- L 3-\1 the State of Florida, in his office at .
*?. In rage of accident" roil SALE Aaat>rnee. Tnnahnt .
Eitrmil ud launul Treunmt fcrI : Eire them. We will sell them at Florida.
rr7 iiiuaor ut luloat rtikl.-m sod Adxu eocu ----------- HTAN'DAHD
Lowe
"Y -'--
i *> ct tXiUnin zrepSc.) tn ClntBae Uw Skin s. interrupted CocerJy."I 'very reasonable prices. Come and and A Me I & 11EHNAXDO RAIL-
: f r Trt-\ir O .tmM-.t ,;4If' > to IIft the Skte. tod suppose walkicr' is safer."-PfcHettphia hook them OTCT at Qra4 1M fife l1rfllC1 IIfWtttwrol, I iuppjjr 6f aIlEg .n n n.) no.\D CO.,

.l 1 (\a." Kr ilTrot i.Vr ,. tto fnm of OuirolaM I ral.a4 "nI1 for '"rlnror idling Bynjj tottlfsTTD1NOS (seal) By John L. tn Us. Qw
i aattM'ii nn.1
t nalrd 1'1l1. zSr. pr YI&1 ,1 G a t l'UnfY e J.1aI4 h+4 throw pou t the so+:4. 1'.stet Ln.t A I \' : Tresident.Uarkrr 4
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. BEAUTIFUL, BUSTLING, BUSY she and the colonel expect to start MORE FROM BUSY BELLEVIEW COnvict Makes His Escape I Superintendent Cam is Nursing an the race. Superintendent Cam is

I., BELLEVIEW for their home at Short Beach, Conn. I State convict Aaron Hern, a mulatto Ambition I lacking neither in courage, energy or

. .f The town election passes off very ;j i Mrs.V.. 0. Dutton of Buffalo. N. escaped Tuesday afternoon from ; The Florida School Exponent thinks i foresight As a pointer to the otherswe

tc-.- quietly. All the caucus nominees: | Y., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. D. Tiller & Harp Co's. camp near Ocala, that Superintendent Carn of our I II mention the fact that he has

r-. Special to Ocala Banner: were elected.Mr. and a reward of $100 is offered for.I county has the state superintendents'l made himself prominent in aggressive -
Bogart. Mrs. Dutton is much pleased
Col. Wm. C. Doolittle and party; Earl S. Gardner leaves for his I his capture. i bee buzzing under his I temperance work. and has lately

will leave for Short Beach, Conn., on I Pittsburg home this coming Monday, with BelelvSew. My Best Friend (I in an article entitled, "Laying the ]I II I Ii put himself prominently on record as

the 18th inst., after spending a pleas I stopping over at Savannah, James Mr. Henry Terrell and his nephew, soon as well as ever." This remedy Is i Wires," has this, to say on the subject a champion of state uniformity of
home here. I I Alexander Benton who lives on Rural
ant winter at their cozy town Exposition, Richmond and Mr.\ Charles Terrell, of Cheshire, Route 1, Fort Edward, X. Y., says-: : text books-two mighty good cards to

We understand that Mrs. Miller\ will Washington..Mrs. Conn., are visiting Belleview. It is "Dr. King's New Discovery is my best i I I "Superintendent Cam of Marion risk drawing to."

accompany the party to New York, Serdefield and Mrs. Washburn I earthly friend. It cured me of asthma ;'I has laudable ambitions, and while he
Mr. Charles Terrell's first visit. He a'
six years ago. It has also performed
and from there go to Worcester spent Wednesday in Ocala. Baby. wonderful cure of incipient consumption I has not definitely made up his mind A telegram sent by Hon. Tom Pal- 4-1

Mabs.; We will miss the genial colonel i expresses himself as much pleased for my son's wife. The first bot- I to try the climb just yet. he's very ]! mer to a Tampa friend unfortunatelygot

and his estimable wife from our with the place. He thinks it is rather tle ended the terrible cousht; and this I busily but unostentatiously engaged into print and has: caused a world -
Wonderful Eczema Cure accomplished, the other symptoms left
midst. "Our little boy had eczema for five warm here. I one by one, until she was perfectlywell. !.! in familiarizing himself with the lay: of trouble. Tom Palmer is too honest :
and Mayo are planning N. A. AdamsHenrietta, !!. Dr. King's New Discovery's to cent of improperly
McGehee years, write Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millsom and of the track and carefully and unconcernedly -: a man use one money ?
and colds is simply
over coughs -
I said power
'nan extension to their barn and feed Pa. "Two of our home doctors mar\'r'louNo! ether n-meily! hassever ,. leveling here and filling I and the people know it. The
his lungs being I
the case was hopeless Mrs. A. C. Miller leave for tte North ,
house to accomodate their stock of I, affected.Ce then employed other doctors I equalled it. Fully guarantee by in there, preparing a smooth and safe publication of the dispatch was proof .t$;
:** but benefits resulted. By Saturday. Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. C. L-JO- Tydinar--! & "I.< > ,Iruggists. :5'K-' and! II. : Jm -'
nj
i of the fact.-Lake City Index.
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wagons. I' chance we read about Electric Bitters, Tn.il! bottl- fr- m pat:i should he finally decide To enter
is visiting at i : Wash- ------------- -
Miss orena Freeman ; bought a bottle and soon noticed im- little and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. .
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Newberry.Our I: provenlt"'nt.e- continued this medi- burn Sunday. M.r Earl Gardner '
go .
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for I cine until several bottles were used, I Qf.I" zst; l ffl._ e: } "WI-l! __1 #,;u. '
next-to-be mayor will leave i when our boy was completely cured." leaves Monday. We are sorry to have'! p *
2 2PLC
Short Beach. Conn., on May 20, where t Best of all blood medicines and bodybuilding these good people leave us. They :

he has a summer cottage. Mr. Mill- i Tydings &health Co's.tonics.drug store.Guaranteed 50c. m at will be missed by our town }people. '': THE GLOBE THE GLOBE
substantial
solid and
soraj/ one of our most I We hope to see them return early! in
?
citizens and is liked by all, ;. EVINSTON BOARDMAN AND McINTOSH the fall. ;

and will make: the town a good mayor. I II. The school entertainment given the .:. --. \:!' ,. llL Uta.............__= \II.-!'! ----- -.
We understand that his friends in the,I evening of the H th was a very sue
him all ,
North are prepared to show I cessful affair. The town hillas- '
station, Special to Ocala Banner:
the honors due this important crowded and all spoke in terms of

provided 1'does the right thing by I Mrs. Bartovr Hester left for Harriman praise of each of those who took part.I I J, SHATTEREDPRICES

them and does it often enough. We ,I Tenn., on Monday, where she Many kind words were said at the

willlr.. :JIHlsom spent a I expects to attend the commencement
Know he time, and since have been spoken of
day in Ocala last week, for what purpose I exercises of college where her daughter the teachers. Editor Bittinger of the

not, except it be for Leramie, is to graduate.Mrs. ;
; we know Ocala Star made an address that \%aihighly
and I Will Johnson of Evinston took :
the purpose of learning the ropes appreciated. The school pie
different pointsof i the train today for Shiloh, Ga., where
himself on
fortifying nic the next day was largely attended !-
she will visit for two or three weeks
how to run a town. and enjoyed by old andounir. &
and his nephew, I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .
Terrell
Henry The rain after dinner spoiled! a !portion
Charlie Terrell, dropped o5 the train I Crawford.Mr. of the pleasures. ,., s

to the surprise ofi : Grace has two of his daughters: 4
afternoon
Saturday I Judge Hopkins, with the oilier j jot--
hevholt> town. Rumor has it that home now for the summer vacation. tices of the peace of Marion ci'l in.1! I
I' of some import is theocvasum I Both have been away teaching the FOIT iTt---RIIY
a miMness deal was subpoenaed before t'wa:;: !:. 1 1jury
that of the school session. t
whole
of their visit. Also I in the new court house oi: t'i.

Charh.' Hilton of Short Beach Conn., I Donald Grace has just returned 11th. J. A. Freeman, inspector
accompanied by a i home after an absence of two years .
here
be
15. soon io marks and brands, was subpoenaed! to
of and investors I(at Sutherland, where he attended the ,
coniptii.v prospectors appear before the grand jury on the k.
'nd that the affable judge is as I Florida Methodist College during the same day. 'I

busy as a beaver: and as happy as a I scholastic year and the balance of Mrs. O. M. Gale gave a party on 1 MANY MORSELS

Success to the whole deal. the time working to pay expenses.Mr. .
-moolooy! the evening of the llth to Miss De
'I and :Mrs. Frank G. Sampson I
the town hall wasCrowded
Friday night Pas.Iiss': : Hines I teachers) and the
10 its limits to witness the went to St. Petersburg Monday, ; r FOR
I larger pupils of their school. It wasa BARGAIN LOVERSWe
L exercises of our where be will attend the state horticultural
COll.lwllCt'llH.nt very enjoyable affair. I ..
Ttel-\i!! il'\\ school The essays read. by I meeting.Mr. Our hustling merchant and post : t -

i Infour graduates, :Misses Edna I Frank Sampson has added very master, Charles A. Tr.o>mere has :
l.viev and l dna Nichols and :Messrs I much to the looks of Boardman in commenced the foundations for his propose making Saturday of each week our Special Bargain Day, on which

all of his buildings at and day we shall each week offer series of Sensational that bound to
Gut' Smith and Walter Liddell were I having new store, on the site of his store that a Specials are cause
to and the best near that place repaired and repainted. : furore all who interested in honest We intend
a1,'I!Il! worth listening was destroyed by fire on WestFront a among are genuinely a good, bargain. -

wish';; of she community go with the | street. Hames and Shedd are f to have these Saturdat Bargain Days of ours so established a seature of Ocala
their I Mr. J. P. Richardson left Mondayfor .
tour! sjraduates as they start on j I the carpenters. Let fie! good work i Trading that they will be eagerly looked and enthusiastically patronized
through life. C. L. Bit ] Hartford, Conn., where he ev

nm!vai!:..joui'n"ti i. m.ule an able address which jpects I to remain until fail. go Some on. parties in town are trying : We set the ball rolling; with the following splendid specials for

and fa'rahl : :Mr. Robert McCorley has just returned Il
trued. to with pleasure
was :>! to start another phosphate! boom. We
commented on afterwards. I from South Florida where he '
\ l\ wish them success.
fols been for while to- trt SaturdaY9 May 18th
1 Ih to\\' ummam: as rendered was as I' has matoes.Mr. quite a packing Bennie Shedd is quite sick with fe- !r


Christian's mother and nieces ver.The
Pra\'r. Hilton Lumber Company of -- -- -

Sou "When the Sunset Turns the left Monday for their home in Ken New Haven, Conn., has been granteda

< ><". ",t 4' I he to Gold." tucky. charter by the state of Connect i 1 Special No, 4
.. It Mrs. Dr. Wilson of Reddick in I II Special
Nature"-Mr.
Beauties of was
: *f : .cut. Capital, $20,o. Business, timber -
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Mclntosh Mondayon church work. -.--- NqJShirts
;,1.t Si-nib.: I and milling. They are authorizedto We have a lot oi Infants' antI Children's
\11 i>- not Gold That Glitters"- i Since the rains set in strawberry I Ii do business in state in the I .
any n 1 It.us' )Divers! : :;: very nice: good: some of them are
"L! -., K'Ui!; Lyles. j bushes: have put on fresh blooms and ion, and to issue I bonds !Sf deemed ad '1 j 100 ;' solid and fancyroiors. wade of fine quality, soft finish nainsook

t "Riii?, Not .Drifting"-Mr. Waif i fruit. visable. A few of the compain'b L'hambraand Percales: : light bottom trimmed with Valencine laces and

," i Ml.loll.\. I stockholders live In Belleview. and dark grounds. Regular price some with fine embroideries. Keck andcult's

I I..I?,;, 11the Silver Lining"Miss 1 GRAHAMVILLEI O. M. Gale has had three buiMiim-! I front! atc, to ;.">c 39c trimmed to match.

Edna :Nl iuls.: I I I t for chickens erected, and is encloMiri: E Saturday special price Worthup to-Sl.So. 60cP

M 1 :. -C.eograpby; Sang:' Special to the Ocala Banner: several lots with a wire fence. J. 1i.; t'S atur d ay special price, .

[R,., ,tango:. "The j aide *>f Jennie 'I Mr. John M. Graham of Ocala spent Ashworth is doing the work. ; -_ .-_- _--_-_-- _- -

M.N:' ': i l"-Miss Ella Tref erIIPlin' -?. Sunday in Grahamville with his parents W. R. Bryant, our wire fence bund ifi I f

'I'\ ":- ; Skevi.OUT ." Mr. and Mrs. Z.1.\ Graham. er, is building a fence about the reidcnce --

ON THE STREETS" I Come, again, Joh : of Mrs. Bosworth. Special| 1 No,2 Special No 5C

bi i.iiM. n Davis . . Guy Smith, I :Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Griggs went up The town election was held! Tin'>- ,

('n'li..1.' : 1Vavne..a ter LHMel! I to the Brick City one day last week day the 14th. The following prr.-on; v

MaUuis( ; .Willie Lyles: ,1 to do some shopping. were elected, viz: Joseph Millson, 1'I I A Fine Coat Shirts, open all the way down Pairs Ladies') White Canvass Blucher I

Pete . . Robert Freeman'I "Richmond: Ho:" is the slogan: mayor; L. L. Hopkins, clerk and V"].. fine, all over figured :Madras instriped 60

) Oxford I covered wood I heel.
Polj' [' ...au ..Ed Hanes: with the ex-Confeds. I Ii treasurer; L. L. Hopkins, assessor; : designs. Regular I price isSl.x'J. -

Mi!r" \tt'a-.ne.Edna Nichols i, Mr. Pat T. Randall informs us that Charles D. Bogart, collector of tax; : 1 I : and I i lPY're worth it. 89c Worth I 81.50. All sizes $1

N.naa>ue. . . .Alice Polly II he will soon have his launch, the Wi- John H. Ashworth and O. M. Gale. : Saturday special I price Saturday special price, -

Minni.- . Maggie Whisenant: I nona, transferred back to the Okla- councilmen for two years. In the :1

Mih-s Ili ,ulford. . . .Ella Lyles i I waba river and Silver Springs run evening the council met canvassed .. I
r- .o --'---- --
'g\ ..iCT I. from the Gulf of Mexico. the returns and declared the same; I

Sr, ne 1-At Colonel Wayne's resideal Com. Z. M. Graham made flying I correct, and the persons elected a- '' |

\ \ trip to Ocala one day rccoatly. stated. The oath of office was adnim \, Special No, 3 Special No, 6Par

s<", ," _Apartments at the resident'f Miss Rebecca Counts is now visiting istered to Mayor Millom, Councilman 1 -

:Solomon: : Davis. jSt i j rc uti.ia: ; and fri:-nd:1 in Ocala.! Gale and Ashworth and Collector Bogart -,|y FaunLawns
I light ground
,
in ::-A room in a toneinontjACT ; CHATTEN CHl'M.A by Judge Hopkins.! .' IflfiO Vffo ; :*; Ladies Vici Kid( Blucher l 1 Oxfords. "
JUO. jn large I all(I small}\ fiorais I 60
IiOU-.t Mrs. Wm. C. Dooiittle! !! is somewhat! I Patent leather 1 tijt.single I or double solesSolid !

11. Very Pretty Double! Wedding Sol I improved in health! which afforded :rI small; and large dots. nice patterns and rot"" leather and neat .

:\1 n.' 1-Stre< tS emnizedA I I much pleasure to :her friends. Ol'lllg'on' :; : e of the goods sold at appear1* t*!P- V
< nllo" n', at ColonelVaneVi: : i i if fl; 10<> cents per yard. iLl SSaturday Ill:.!. Regular price. t1.5o 1 : JL | I| | r[
of
-'H-i.l unuaual interestOCCI..PIU
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.. ,... A Narrow EscapeG. : special price, -
I : : ;ai; Orange lake! Tuesday! at special I price, ;* ,{ i
\rr. :IP.I!. W. t'i! .yd!, t< !'.vri-han! ,of Plunk, I
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mm:: "a-i the ':.oublo> wp'MinT: of H.- :MI., Yi,' n'rrcap-.- four yvaiviig ,
>' i i Hoc.: .it, ColonelViuifV (54 ._4!!,> :, : .\t't." Y-Ugil.: till ai' I >) v;hfii: in1 ran ;a jirim: : : bur into his:" -- -- --- "'''"-
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yt
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.. .rat( '. i win: (':.iirgi'ter.of: Mr B F.l'ai t,> ami'Utdiii., but I \n>u'! '. not i',o.- 1 '
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..1 O. \\ .:i\ Ill' 1I" : 'c\"a .1. lI:.' f i'u'r will !\uO\n citiIP tiit.: 1:1 i light a L--X of Ftukin't; ;: Ar- : Patteriis Free
t:1at: mri i trait |
ia flea Siltanii: :!IH :
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".. ;1,1, :.1 't i each. > '.1 l .' .1' I \VH will rite t.' each an-! every ('U.1.; Il1,!' I ntrng< our still'on Saturday, a pattern ri
I !wn:1'( : : : n.iMil P.I:: : r.: who! is a .
th -air of I urn:!' 1-- --- -- --- ------- -- 1 FiiKE.:' whether she buns:; anthinir or not t1
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l-ro! '! : v. i-i:: the :: and
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wa .' .pl.f.! !! t c''ni. T'e parrV. : ; _
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.ellt!! tl, ( p' : 1:' What to Eat : .
lu ; ; i-lemony: tool!: place. \vaX -- -- --- --- ----- ---- ifielgmber
!' 1 : 1 Heilev ." Th' ill for tl 1 i r : 1 ::1'"' I these Prices i Force for
.1-0-:I : < party was a most attractive'! one for Breakfast. { } ore Positively iq) Saturday Onlyn I
kh
,'. for ll! ::lln r'1 t \ : ,
ll'. B. R. Chambers of O'.aasr Lake
'.', ', aft-: : 1 l.i.l] been t.-:,;'a'1.ti ;,................ .-. ..---. --. -..-- .. ..:. -=------;;: -:::-----.- ---=::::--=. -- -
: and Mr. F. B. Barnett of Spartan I 3
\i i 1\: Shta i l'l'lull'rt'd"aiul: !.''\\1' fortunate I With the approach of spring; most
burg, S. C.. were the s.1
,, ,\n>'. and to her the success of I II ,!grooms the former marrying Mis-5 people's breakfast tastes .and appetites i "ti T XO:: FEATURE of our Spring stock is more

t : .-ual program can be an rib- Maggie Vaughn and the latter Miss change. 1 1 noteworthy than our handsome displays} of
Pancakes and heavy fOods are ex
I. Alice Vaughn. L-i lie-s' skirts and Waists. The Skirts are of .,
v> ,-- ralulab DePass left us Sun- cellent for winter, but when the sun Shill
After congratulations and a splendid and fabrics well tailor
good sightly
exceedingly
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oat.t.'o:: to her home at Williston. I wedding dinner, Mr. and Mr.s begins to warm things up a little 'j ,
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tits- Bessie Himes left Sunday for I Barnett left for their future home at lighter foods should be eaten, and in |j 1 \ 1 -d} : and every one is marked at a price much

}"* Bushnell to spend the make satisfac-. )less than would to for Skirts
I ti>- hilI.! at Spartanburg. Mr. and Mrs. Cham order to help you a = you expect pay ouch

sunum-r \acation. bern accompanied them as far as tory selection, we give hhere a list of I :>; evident style and goodness. The Waists

\!' W. O Dutton of Buffalo, N. Y.. our various breakfast foods. -n
I,Jacksonville and after a short wedding are a charming collection. including Lawns,
a few days to visit her Dr. Price's Wheat Flake Celery f 1 t ITaste
stopped over
trip they will return to Orange o rues Dimities Linens Silks, Mohairs etc. at prices
,
,
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bogart. She II Food . . . 10c
Lake and will go at once to house
was delighted! with the town, and j keeping. Korn Kinks . . 5c that are bound to please the discerning buyer.

wished :sh,' could stay longer. i I Blanke's Toasted Corn Flakes. 10c
This extends congratulations
and Mrs. J. \Vashburn leave to the two paper:young coupll's.lr.: H. S ; Shredded Wheat Biscuit. . 15c Special attention is likewise called to our excellent Spring showing in Dress Goods,

for)1h'Sarane: Lake. NY., about the : (,Chamber: of this city attended tht, Triscuit . . . . 1Cc Wash Goods, Millinery, and all other lines that have to do with women's Wear.jf .

until fall. Mr Wash- Quaker Oats. . . . 10c
2(> to oe gone wedding. '

burn's health has been poor, and the .1c
rest and change will do him good. 1 1I i i r\
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-_ I right of the cities left out in case only
ut a I II these
tretytt
: i ::j Io" feet wide. If he at that time transportation hut! or thoroughfare to not only in a
; S I aid to secure the: lines compose the system, are
GOOD ROADS WILL MAKEFLORIDA could have dreamed of a need of HmHtt meet the comfort and safety of the I way but give other net
j I I sleeping, but will in due time be heard
fJ I Ii' i who can doubt, if he were with future, one can hardly have tooI same through their property.I
I work in from. If each one of the cities
A PARADISE i the initial to be
i' I i i us today, that he would say such a i I much but all in the past have given notice that in

... . . . ti ... i| main highway should be 200 feet wide ; too little. constructing a system of state roads affected were to appoint delegates to
.......+*....+..+... ...- ++i.-.-.-.-O...- .....0.. ,. ....T had only one line has been provided: from go to Tallahasese and advise with our
i I at least. | Again those of fifty years ago
Jacksonville! :May 11, lit! ;. and efficiency of struct.When I 1 Jacksonville to Tampa. My impres- law makers, it could do no harm, but
Few, if know no knowledge of our present rapid
I better than
: To the Editor Ocala Banner: every acre of !land in Florida I any you sion has always been that one line in my judgment much good would re- \
; feel
do the of rate of travel, and we today sure
,. 1 enclose a cut showing what an l li I. shall I be developed and in a high state importance securing a I should follow tip the St. Johns river suit from such a conference.
j if they: had they would have providedi
when the
: I roomy way now land is so
:' idfal state highway system should !! of cultivation the tonnage to be moved cheap.. i the space needed for safety. |I to Sanford, and pass on by way of I am sending you a cut of a section

,. : look like sain_ years to come. I I over any public highway surpasses I I' In Xew York, when the entire island I Orlando. DartoLakeland. Plant of what this great thoroughfare
,': it out. We can even imagination. If the highway Once a road is laid and settlements
lay i I
,
; We of today can and
I sold for S25 double the width City and Tampa. ought to be would be pleased to .
", p and lacks in width the congested condition line the way it is nearly impossible!
children
x:. r;: plant the trees and our 'I i jof all streets would have been cheap While a line equally importantandfor I have you use it in your ably edited
: children's children will enjoy defeats the object of such a I to secure a greater width. The time should be laid
our t ; and easy. I the same reasons paper and give the public and me
traveling in the shady path we have highway, viz: Speed and safety to i ito secure plenty of room is when we I I JacksoD"il1e"ia Baldwin,
1. I !: The same conditions exist in Flor- from I your views in relation to such a sys.h'BL
forethought for their I life. t .i }athe" road into and through tb Leesbtirsr. ,
provided by our '" I Idl tolaTin1 land i K ('hi! ,:n mi ran S'arke. OainesvSlle. Ocala. Youinnh.'.
wide right 'I General Jackson, when he r&id what I wild lands of the state. i
on a 'nnnr'et
insisting j
comfort in I Hr oks\iU! Dade City. to c
be had 101 tin' .I'-A.; :::- > In tart t our
., .' of way. We consider safety of lifer I I is known as the King's Highway from ![ A day in New York would suggestthe 'peopir' v\.l!' (iHitM| / :a" '. ''M' -'U'h it i with tl: otlur line at }-'+thnt. ('n> : A, S, :\vl\\\: : :S <1', tirnanizer

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$1CO WILLED 100 YEARS BIG FIRE AT NEWBERRYTwo I people find out and once foam! I

GROWS TO 19431.72' I out its influence for s
AGO good is i gJl.'. it

.,: ...u-i.'.11'> Solid Blocks Burn to the Ground. is best, therefore, for a n'wpall r in I

,, Testator Stipulated the Accumulated Loss Amounts to About $100,000. I be honest with itself and honest with: :>}

xr!' Money Should be Paid to Charity About 11::So o'clock Thursday night I the public at all times. If its cons'ir- 1

at End of Century fire broke out in Lamb's grocery uency cannot agree with it. th*-'\ wi jJ! :

respect frankness and = ; !
9.-The come to i.am\ aEverybody
Northampton. Muss., May store at Newberry. The fire gained -
: of the town of I it even better than it !knous il-i r .1tDr'an J I I Rock
James, Red
of John Drink
will
rapid headway, and it was impossible I and Roosevelt art KJ*, .-, .If.t Ought to
hundred ago
:: Goshen made one years
to stay the flames as there was very public men the public has r-om.- ;o, I II
_-. presented in the probate court I n octt drinks ,
was refreshing
1
It of the most delightfully ato
know isLi one
: the end little water and the buildings were and to understand. It'a]] into I alt
that at
.I today. It stipulated with its accumulated do not agree with them, they n."\-i' 1nade-It is one of the very few drinks that did not .
cf 100 $100 very dry.Two
: : interest years should be paid to the townif' solid blocks, one concrete stop to question their honesty."A have to change its formula one particle to conformJACKSONVILLE to

; ;' cf Goshen and the parish of the Congregational were destroyed, including two hotels, newspaper that strives to emulate i the Pure Food Law. It has been-is and always will Jr4o
the example of those two >
m. i
i church of that town. the post office, depot, three cars, seven ti be absolutely '.
t: in taking the public into th ir oo !' i P1.1\
if' "_ The $100 with its accumulation stores, tbe meat market barber shop.Ih'eQ' ,
! ti fidence, will at least have its hom-h} 'i; r THE RED ROCK Cl:. fLA.
cow amounts to $19,431.72.The stable and three residences.The -
i ., above suspicion, whatever the error -
court ordered a division of the loss will amount to about $lon.- I
I': of judgment which the public is always )oIiM -
\ of the l
fund according to the terms ,
.
000.The willing to forgive but never .
a
[ will. One portion of the money entire population of Newberry
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want of honesty. 1l ACM
t'r ; $1\.5\ :,G.i -was ordered to be paid to fought fire all night and did most heroic Ir } ,
schools This idea of journalism is strict 1>
benefit of the work.
the town for the I -
_
in accord with the :Metropolis' 'it.ws.
I. and the support of the poor of the Mr. Charles 11. Lloyd of this city I'
.' The people pay a newspaper to give
and $b8UO applied to the sup was a guest of the Commercial Hotel,
town,
L... > them the news. They want it as> it THE CARMICHAEL & SON CO., Wholesale Distribute:, Ocala, Fla.
port of a gospel minister in that town which was destroyed, and gives a
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occurred, and -
; truthfully
honestly. -
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: and for the repairs of the house of I most graphic account of the fire.

,', worship, which has the same organization They want a newspaper" that is hon Too Busy to Take Part in Politics ; ; : :1g

orable enough to do this and they
and the same meeting house Invitation to the Richmond Reunion .

i. that existed in the lifetime of the The following handsomely engraven want a newspaper that has an avowed Live Oak claims a population of Rickets. tCa
; policy and sticks to it. They wanta
i t testator. invitation, embossed with the Confederate fearless, independent newspaper, 7000 election, or thereabouts.held important for $ Simply the visible sign that baby's tiny bones (to

.t.'r\. battle flag, and the flag of with a disposition on the part of the and was there recently in state Live are not forming rapidly enough. ar
senator were polled
:.- The U. D. C. Meeting Virginia, in colors has been receivedby
i paper to take the public into its con Lack of nourishment is the .0-'
--- prominent Confederate veterans Oak for this office 1C9:: votes. Either tOt cause.

: time for fidence. The public may not agree I Live. Oak has a less population than <> Emulsion nourishes tCt.
; ;; Friday afternoon was the and prominent members of the Unit with such a newspaper but it does manifests Scoffs baby's iJ

; the regular monthly meeting of the ed Daughters of the Confederacy in always respect it. And it is this kind she claims or very littlQ in- entire system. Stimulates and makes bone. ..
i. and terest in the election of good materialfor :
Confederacy, this
of the city:

Daughters at this time Mrs. Charles H. MathewsL The Citizens of Richmond of be a from paper day the to Metropolis day.liaml is trying Metrop to an important public office.-Ocala :.a- Exactly what baby needs. i

Banner. Lite Oak claims a population
have the to the wish
entertained the chapter.The pelasure express
olis. ALL DRUGGISTS: Kk. AND $1.00
now of more than 8000, but th'ydon't
meeting was quite a large one that you will attend the t.I
all vote in elections.
county
and was unusually pleasant, Mrs. United Confederate Veterans' Reun- YYY YYYYYYoYYYYYYYVYiei
The Florida Gopher Might as well try to interest a man in
Mathews serving delicious refresh ion, 1907,
the purchase of the moon try to
as
.
.' ments after the business session. In the city of Richmond, Va.,
interest the Live Oak citizenin
Mrs. Fannie R. Gary presided at May 30 to June 2. The limpkin bill having been defeated average

the meeting and among other things The United Daughters of the Confederacy in the Florida legislature a gentleman politics. He just won't become interested Ocala House Wine !
_, and excited over political Rooms'
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, who was one of I Jefferson Davis Monument )
from Escambia, where the gopher matters and that's all there is to it.
the delegates to the annual convent Association requests the honor of
i is said to pass current for mon However, when it comes to voting on TRY OUR
", tion at Jacksonville, gave a very your presence at the unveiling of the -

F. ," splendid report of the sessions of tbe ; Jefferson Davis monument Monday, ey according to size, has addressed capitol removal, we expect to poll

contention in that city. Mrs. Moor- June 3, 1907, 12 o'clock noon, Richmond Senator Beard a letter asking his intervention ; about "steen"' thousand votes. The OLD 01LEGHANY
citizen wakes when it
Live Oak
head's report was a full and conciseone Va. and protection for this pet up
.1' 1,( .
the
affecting
question
comes to some
and was very much enjoyed byJthemernbers Special events:: of tbe Florida wilds. In speaking of
'l welfare of the city, and is ready with
who could not attend the Thursday May 30, unveiling eques the virtues of the gopher he quotesa

'f' F .tl\'ptttiM.. trian statute to Maj. Gen. J. E. B. local authority on the subject. This his vote, his influence and his moneyto PURE RYE.Put

t do all in his power but he balkswhen .
J fill amount realized by the rummage I Stuart by the Veteran Cavalry Asso authority says:
it comes to po1itics.-LiH Oak
sale was one hundred and sev elation. Observance of Hollywood As an article of diet the gopher is
a
t enty-two dollars and a few cents, and I :Memorial Day. unsurpassed, and the only reason Democrat.Mr. 4 full Qts
up
": J. E. Charles, a prominent citi-
this was turned over to the treasurerat Sunday, June Memorial servicesby why he does not figure on the bill of

\_ this meeting. Several other United Confederate Veterans and fare of every epicure in the land is zen of Oxford was transacting business in
in Ocala Friday, and among Fancy Cartoons
*' smaller emus were also turned in at Confderate Southern Memorial Asso- because be has not the railroad fa I 't"
other transactions made arrangements
;. this meeting making the amount over cia tion. cilities to put him upon the table of
: for visitations of the Delivered
fifty-two
Y. 1 two hundred dollars. This now makes Monday, June Unveiling of President the people everywhere. The world at your .

: ; :nearly one thousand dollars that has Jefferson Davis monument. knows nothing of gophers. Solomon, Ocala Banner.
> t'
( l>een collected for the Confederate Grand parade of veterans and mili when preparing to entertain the beau- Express Office

;;: .,; t ;M1ya ;; monument fund. The Daughters expect tary. tiful Queen of Sheba, sent forth his NOTICE

; [:, i : to raise fifteen: hundred dollars Intervening Days-Business of convention ships on all the seas, and from the
For '
F i before they erect the monument. and entertainment of visitors. thousand isles, where manycoloredbirds In the Circuit Court of the Firth Judicial $ 3.20

f. i The Daughters expect to give a flashed their jeweled plumage
1 1 Circ-.iit of Florida, in and for
F- i, dinner on June third for the Confederate The Ideal Newspaper I in the sun. he gathered delicacies for

f ; Veterans. The committee for his feasts, yet his most sumptuous City Marion rf Ocala Coanty a-Municipal In Chancery.Corporation :Regular $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write fot

s. 7 [ -s the arrangements of this affair was dining was deficient for want of gopher ,
Tbe Montgomery, Ala.v Advertiser of Florida, Complainant. vs. complete Price list.
r .f appointed at tte meeting at Mrs. soup. Nero, in extravagant cru- Samuel P. :

::': Mathews, and steps will be taken at one of the test newspapers in that elty, slaughtered harmless hummingbirds Fannie F. Anthony and 1

; i :" once towards getting up this dinner, staid old state, has this to say on the and served their throbbing lit Anthony. Defendants.-OrdH for i
i' Service.It Ocala
Constructive
House
I 1 : /which is given every year on Jefferson ; "Ideal Newspaper:" tle gizzards hot on toast but had he i* ordered that the defendants Wine Rooms.

r r t Davis birthday. tasted gopher soup Rome would not
"A newspaper, like an individual, herein named, to-wit: Fannie F. Anthony L
1 3j have burned. All the wealth of an '
'" i that: has a mission in life that is and Samuel P. Anthony be and OCALA, FLORIDA.
'I extravagant and luxurious court fail- I -
f' f-k A Citra Man Robbed hereby reouired to appear to
F consistent and persistent in the advocacy they are -
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t ed to supply kitchens --
filed in tliS''
of its policies and principles, hambra with any luxury so palatable the bill of complaint Cone and see the pretty line of mission !

i i t" Mr. J. H. Powell went to Jacksonville that is respectful and self-respecting, as a fricasseed gopher. cause en or before ;, furniture just received atlc.- i Learn The Art Of
..' the 3rd day of June, 1907. j i ver & MaeKav s. |
1 this week and will command the confidence and Monday x
stopped at the "Jack Spratt could eat no fat,
'. ordered that a copy of : I
j
funher
f' L New Travelers Hotel. Frank A. support of the public regardless of His wife could eat no lean;" I It is I
be published once a week \ MILLINERY
: Grim, a train porter, assisted him whether it always represents the but everybody in the world can eat this order consecutive weeks in the I !'TIIE DEVILof TODAY"

r : with his baggage butIr.. Powell views of all or not. A newspaperthat gopher. for four r

'l missed: his train by a few seconds, sot is trustworthy, is honest is bold The blessings of the world are well Ocala Banner, a newspaper publishedin it means ".

the porter put him in a hack ostensibly and fearless and unwavering, and yetconservative divided after all. Juno and Minerva said county and state. B.uineEL His work in the home, Chureh Society A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE.
'- of May, 1907. Politics and every walk ct
# k for the purpose of taking him and considerate of others had ambrosia, and Jupiter and Apollo This 2nd day b tor portraying the grave dangers; found life.in all A A DIGNIFIED POSITION.
S. T. SISTRUXK.Clerk conditions of lifePitfalls
, b back to his hotel but carried him to always secures respect for its I from Olympus sipped the nectar of escaping tbem. A warning. and metbods of

. the outskirts of the city where he opinions and confidence in its honesty the gods but my humblest constituent Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla. I men This and women from wreck note and to ruin.EaVe fOlOnlr Good paying positions secured for ..
took '
By H. D. Palmer, D. C. ; is having an immense Bale. graduates. ..
and the driver robbed Mr. Powell and of purpose. It receives and is entitled whose one suspender holds bis We Rant a"Yt1t.1! to lieU the above Look with Write :
a full tine d SUndar.j and ask for particulars :
:. put him adrift. He reported his loss to the support of the masses. copperas pants in place, as he watches T. E. Biggs, 5-3 Red Letter Family.cd Teacher's Subllcrirtion Biblez Books.

to the officers of the law, and owing to "A newspaper" controlled by personal the furrows opened by a butt- Complainant's Solicitor. This will is your be sent opportunity free. to make Catalwue American School Of a

: : their diligence and keen wittedness whims and prejudices, having headed ox to receive the seeds of worth your inVetltia'&t Oll. We have monty and

1 [t f they succeeded in recovering one hundred no fixed principle, may succeed for spring, has that greatest blessing- FOR SALE-Fine young milch cow who titre been With u ZOyeara, Write ttoodean,.

t t f and seventy-five dollars of the a time; but when storms of stress gopher toup. There's millions in the and month-old cal!. Apply at CarltonHose. I 12-U-16 D. E. Luther Publishing Coy Millinery 1 1Sa'Yl.utah

} t two hundred dollars that were stolen. come and it is put in the crucial test gopher trade. ,. . TrlDttJ An. Atlaata, tit : . .. . .' ".. .(ja.
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