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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 31, 1907
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.$ ; 4 +. ... .................booao4a+.oo.oo4so.as :Mr. J. C. Pillans 5a.-; representinghe I Mrs. Gary Gives Informal Receptionfor .44"H6++48.4.t4444d. ,4.4..0. .0..4 4.4.4.44444++4+1

.t. ......teta.11.olaeo........... ,...s.IOwot t Electra neighborhood in Ocala ; Dr. Yocum .

.+ .+ +. 4 1 f'rma>. II I Friday afternoon Mrs. William T. :i : MUNROE & CHAMBLISS :

I Gary gave a small!, informal reception .

: : : 4 4 You will notice that we now neverut I from five to fix o'clock for her father .. .4

! 4 p'> a period after the heads of arti- I Dr. W. F. Yocum, of Gainesville. Mrs. .
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i vi W 4 4 les. It is no longer stylish. Gary had as her guests the graduating 4 4 .

4 4 I class, the school teachers and i 4 BAN KERS i

,I E C Z E A LOT ION 3 f 4 4 : Mrs. R. L. Park of Anthony, whose I quite a number of her other lady and 0+ -- -- .4

4 4 usband is in charge of our job de-j gentleman friends. The affair was en- .. 4

: e 4 p artment, was shopping in Ocala Fri- tirely informal and it was a delightful : 4

e. 4 (1 ay. pleasure to Mrs. Gary's friends to | CONSERVATISM ACCOMMODATION t
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: : 50 Cents a Bottle 4 4 4 4 meet her father in so pleasant a man- .

4 4 Mis America Pillans, who has been ner. Dr. Yocum is a charming gen : t

ttending the Woman's State Colleget tleman of the old school and is one t
I' : AT THE : ( : OCALA FLORIDA.
: jr Tallahassee, has returned and is of the best loved educators in the : | ,

:.:. i gain at her home at Electra. state. He is popular with all who i i ,4..44+444444444>4++44*.+4-44+4+4.444444444+4 0 444444t

I I 1 know him and he made many pleas- j
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ostoffice Drug store. !ill 1j The Montezuma Hotel will, after ant acquaintances Friday afternoon. -- --- ----

-1 j tine 1st be run by Messrs. A. R. Toph Receiving with Mrs. Gary and Dr.I I J I A Big Watermelon I Itr. Talk about enterprise! There aro
1 S. L. Grisgs. living at Oxford. : no merchants in the state of
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Mr. mother
-- ...... 4 a I nd P. A. Bright. The latter gentle- Yocum were Gary j I
i 4 lan is from the Ocean View Hotel at Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, and Mrs. B. A. : 'but who has a fifty-acre watermelon I enterprising as the merchants of

i : :i- Prescriptions Prepared Prop iy: 4 4 ;'ablo. Weathers, and helping the hostess in ]p tch Marion county. was in Ocala I Ocala. As we write the Crystal River

: + 4 4 -- other ways were lIissVeathers, Mrs. II Friday, and as the proof of the pud- News, the Inverness Chronicle and

; 9 4.V4 Mrs. John Mathews, after a brief Chace, Mrs. Helvenston, Miss Carrie I''ding is in the eating, he brought with I the Sumter County Times lie before

4444444444444444444444444444444444444444 444444 I ,;isit in Ocala, returned to her home Miller and the graduates. The punch i him a sample of his crop. This melonis us, and we observe from a perusal of

; *444444444444444444444444 444444444444444444444 ] I .t Candler Friday afternoon. She was served by the young ladies of the I on exhibition at the Seed Store of their advertising columns that the ""

---- -- -- -- --- ------- -- -- -- I '..KIS accompanied by her sister-in-law, graduating class and the young men I Messrs. Martin & Cam, and weighs merchants of Ocala are very much in

,Sara Elizabeth Harris, Local Editor. I ;liss Annie Mathews, who will be her of the class passed the ice cream and I 38 pounds. This melon is of the Im evidence therein, and as a result '

I. I.,;uest for a few days. cake, and proved as good in this line proved Kolb Gem variety and possesses Ocala draws a good trade from these
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i I as they were in their studies. extraordinary shipping qualities.Mr. counties, and would draw much more

BIGGEST LINE SOCIAL AND PERSONALMr. i iI I :Mr. L. W. Drew, who has been mak- During the afternoon'several of the I Griggs sold five carloads f. o. b., I if the railroad schedules were more

I Ii ng his home in this city for a num- graduates rendered music, as did also I' and will begin shipping on the 30th. accommodating. The Dunnellou Ad-

Holly Seckinger was representing :icr of years, with headquarters at the several of the other guests. He got a price which was entirely satisfactory vocate is, of course, well patronizedby

OF LI the Fellowship neighborhood I]lontezuma Hotel, has gone to Jacksonville The friends of Mrs. Gary spent. a'j',I to him. He sold! to Mr. S. Ocala merchants. Ocala's exam

I in Ocala Friday. I i where he will remain for very enjoyable hour at her attractive I S. Reed, who is representing an Indi- pIe ought to serve as an example to j

ic)me time. He is a guest at the Ar- little home and her little receptionwas ana house. the business men of Tampa and Jack

,," I'1 sonville. Very few outside
Hotel. thoroughly charming. newspa-
:\1 Ir. Robert Taylor has gone to At-I.igon
IWATCHESli I, Called Meeting of the DaughtersThe pers carry any advertising matter
:.aiua to spend a few days: with his
Vacation Days Are Here from any of the firms doing businessin
\\lii' and children.Mr. Misses Emma Nelson, Jean Austin Daughters of the Confederacywere

I ..ind Bessie MacKay. after a very suc- Vacation days are here and the entertained; at a called meeting these big cities. They don't seem

I Sem- all that for the next Friday afternoon the to reach out after trade a little bit.
: Thomas H. Harris has been '4:essful year at the Washington pupils are glad by president.

FOR :I fptuduig the past ten days'with Ii Iit"ritn nary. at Atlanta, Ga., reached home four months they will be free from :j Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, at the home of Some fine day some Ocala firm is go- ,

s at Fort Worth Texas. .:Friday afternoon. Miss Nelson was studies. The term that has closed ,II her daughter, Mrs. Helvenston. I ing to slip down on one of these places -

[)ne of the charming graduates from bas been a marvellously successfulone The object of the meeting was to open up a great business establishment :

LADIES\ AND GlNUfMMl1 r his well known school.B. ; indeed the best in the history j make arrangements for the dinner and give a pointer to their ;;,
Mrs. R. E. Yonge and her two I
I of the school. The pupils have all and speaking on June ;rf1. A bit din- merchants. It is something wonderful -

.-: fite youngest children have gone to Jacksonville H. Sanders bas rented his residence I done splendid work and everybody is ner will be given in the Gary groveto that these much advertised citieshave
&.. to spend several weeks with
.i ...: .. ( .'.-. :I IJ relatives.Dr. 1 I on Main street to Mr. Lawrence proud of them and proud of the entire I the veterans and a splendid pro- houses.developed no up-to-date business

and will move his family to Ocala school, and after their rest everybody gram has been arranged for the day.

J I and Mrs. E. P. Guerrant and ihortly. We regret very much to lose will be ready to take up their Major L. T. Izlar will preside and .

hem from our midst. B. H., however work next fall with- renewed interest Mr. Louis W. Duval will be the orator Mr. Charles Moody of Jacksonville
j baby of Mcintosh were among our I
A. I visitors on Saturday. They were will remain with us. In fact Her- and vigor. of the day. The program in full has been very ill for the past nine i

\. guests at the Ocala House. lando would hardly be itself without Friday morning there were no spe- will be given later on. weeks with typhoid; fever, and while

: / THE JEWELER. Old Brit.:'-Citrus County Chronicle.Mr. cial exercises, but the work of the he is very much better be is still con- '

school during the year was OB exhibi- New Business Firm fined to the A. C. L. hospital at Way-
4444444404444444444444444i Prof. Matics, who taught in the i
tion, and there was quite a numberof cross, Ga. Mrs. Moody has also been I
i M. Rubin came up Friday from Grover Scott, who has been with
school of the Ocala
high department
; -, visitors present. There was displayed -I quite ill with typhoid fever, and with
. Dunnellon to attend the commencement the Southern Weighing and Inspection -
public school, left Saturday for his
exercises. His son, Harry Rubin work from every class in the Bureau at Ocala, and Will Met- her infant son has gone to her old \
home at Charleston W. Va.
-- was one of the graduates fromthe school on every subject that is taughj 'I salf -havf purchased 11. Stalberg's home at Charleston, S. C., to spend

in the school, and we feel quite safe some time with relatives. Mr. Moody i
school. He was. not only one of cold drink stand and restaurant. Mr.
Maj. R. A. Green is up from South the brightest members of the class In saying that finer and better work I I Stalberg left Wednesday for Atlantic I will join them as soon as he is able
Florida and is at the Ocala House fora in school to travel.
has never been seen any
but one of the youngest as well. He I City, where he goes for the benefit of I
Learn The Art OfMILLINERY few days. He will make this sec- anywhere.
expects later to take up the study of his health.
tion his headquarters during the mel- The Ocala public school has the I Mr. Harry Stalberg, who had a res
medicine.Mr. The Advocate wishes for the new
on season. reputation of being the finest in the I taurant in Ocala! and later on at Dun
: i proprietors a successful business ca
T. L. Steel, who operates a saw state, and its has certainly sustainedits reer.-Dunnellon Advocate. nellon, has sold the same and will
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I Miss Lora Douglass of Shady and mill at York, was among the visitorsto renutation the past term. I leave next Monday for Atlantic City, .

it means Miss Edna Counts of Santos were in: Ocala Friday. lIe says that the N. J., where he will spend the sum
Picnic at Silver Springs
terested attendants at the com- prices of lumber for export is keep "Waiting for the Fellar" mer on account of the feeble condi-
FUTURE.
A SUCCESSFUL
Too lady teachers of the public
POSITION.Good mencement exercises in this city Friday ing up remarkably well, but that the tion of his health. lIe says that he
v A DIGNIFIED to the school took Dr. Yocum and few oth- .
"The old man wuz so put by a will return
H night. prices for domestic lumber is down to us in the early fall and
he sold all his friends out Silver and
spring blizzard that er to Springs
-- paying positions secured for and the price for labor is way up, and go into some kind of business; that
peach. prospects for ?6, an' now the spent the morning very pleasantly on
graduates. Misses Edna Nichols and Esther to make ends meet requires close fi I he likes our county too well to give
whole orchard is in full bloom!" the river Saturday. Dr. Yocum was
Write and ask for particulars his .
Waite of Belleview attended the com- nanciering.Mrs. up citizenship.Relief
I "An' what's he a-goia to do aboutit very much delighted with the attractions
t mencement exercises in this city.
V I American School 01 They were the guests of the former's J. F. Thompson and daughter ?" of the springs. From Rheumatic Pains"I
i "He's a-settin' on his front steps.
returned from visit to relatives suffered
:Mrs. Dittinger. have a with rheumatism for
MillinerySavannah I jaunt at St. Petersburg. They were with a shotgun, waitin' for the fellar I Dr. J. D. Bennett of Crystal River over two years. says Mr. Holland

I .accompanied home by Mrs. Thomp- that bought him out to come an' look I was in Ocala Thursday and renewed Curry"Sometimes, a patrolman of Key West Fla.
it settled in my knees and
. . . .. .Gai Mr. D. C. Head section foreman at ,I.son's mother, Mrs. T. M. Chiles, and at what he bought.-F. L. Stanton in his subscription to this paper for an- lamed me so I could hardly walk; at
Silver Springs junction, was in town her and daughter. They will Atlanta Constitution.This I other year, which reminds us that his other times it would be in my feet and
and gladdened the editor's I son hands so I was incapacitated for du
Saturday reminds us of a case in Ocala has been on our books for twen-
make their home with Mr. and Mrs. I name ty. One night when I was in severe
i heart with a big, round dollar, and marshal advertisedon pain and lame from it wife went
\ I Thompson and are occupying the Wit- where the town ty-five years. This is a long time, but my
"Let the Banner come." I to the drug tore here and came back
said: ness flat. a telegraph post a lot of cows for you could not tell that it was a longtime with a bolt-! of Chamberlain's Pain

-- --- -- I I sale. As the cows were pasing the I by looking at Dr. Bennett, as he Balm. I was rubbed with it and'found

:Miss; :Maggie Lytle and her brothers Mr. J. W. Coulter, one of the best home of the former owner, and true is looking the very picture of youth- the night.pain I kept had nearly on using gone it for during a little the

The New Model : Carl and Earl Lytle, wno have I and most prosperous farmers of the to the saying that "the ox knoweth I fulness. We do not say that subscribing more than two weeks and found thatit

1 attended the Ocala public school the I Blitchton section, was in Ocala Friday his master's stall," they turned into to the Ocala Banner is conducive I drove the rheumatism away. I have
I I not had any trouble from that diseasefor
F y-Shoies j past tern: left Friday afternoon for and gives a good report of farming the lot and they are there yet, and to longevity, but we do say over three months." For sale by

1 I Their home at Stanton, on Lake Weir. I.' operations in that part of the the owner is waiting for the new pur- I that its subscribers live for a long all druggists. m

IS READYHas !(county tile says that while the veg- chaser to come for them. lie has not : time and rarely ever grow old. We

Councilman John D. Robertson is :etables did not do so remarkably well yet done so and is out his money and II i have some subscribers who have been One of the seven wonders of the

all the good features of previous now buying property: just to get the f I i that the field crops are fine and the bis cows. 'i with us for even a longer period than world was Pharos, the white marblewatchtower

'' models and a new frictionless escape-c4 opportunity of putting down sidewalks I'prospects for harvesting a big crop t twenty-five years; indeed one of these I of Egypt. Sostratus,

ment that suits the requirements need He has certainly got the craze i jis exceedingly encouraging. Memorial Day Exercises was in the city yesterday, Dr. W. R. architect and sculptor, cut his name
and does not I
any operator of for speed or bad. Ocala would be fortunate if the 0. Veal, of Martel, and he is lookingfor on the front of it, then covered it with
; change adjustment The memorial services to be held ,
regular work, with many other new craze were catching. S. T. Sistrunk presented Mr all the world like a boy. Thereis plastering, and, to please the king, f
will
I in this city on June third begin
I
improvements and features that IThos.i R. Gary with a very fine pecanI nothing like reading good, healthful put the monarch's name on the out-
alikeIn promptly at 11:30 o'clock in the
the and owner -
please operator little knife which he literature. side of this plastering. The storms
and her yesterday,
I budding
Watson
\vork.
producing more and better Mrs. Charles ing, the program to last one mom-I
their I much. It is made of beat on the front of that watchtowerand
You ought to use a sister, Janie Wicker, returned to appreciates very jor Izlar will preside and Mr.
home at Coleman Saturday afternoonalter I fine steel and is of the most approved Duval will be the orator of the day. I Mr. S. C. Mayo of Reddick shippedthe I II the sea dashed its furies, and in

Mr. Gary is authority on first carload of cantatloupes Fri- time the plastering with the king's
in Ocala an
Sholes spending a few days I pattern. The Metropolitan Band will render inspiring i I ,
Fay Misses Florence I the and as such is recognized day and will ship another today. This I name was washed out'and washed off
with their cousins, pecan music, and the Ocala Rifles .I
j and wide. The trees in 1: was the first solid carload of cantaloupes and washed down, and only the name
far pecan
4 I and :Margaret Walters. I will participate. Other music will be
TypewriterIt 'this county, or many of them at least, to leave the state, and they i of Sostratus, the architect, remained.
rendered and Mrs. F. R. Gary will pre- II I
; Mrs. George William Richardson,, will be a monument to his memory numberof were shipped to the Lyon Bros. Com- I 1
I sent the crosses of honor to a
time in Ocala with in New York City by their "Do wish to ruin forever?"
'.. is simple, easy to understand and : who spent some for years yet to come. the veterans. pany I you me


J nunifolder; makes but little noise; returned to her home in Atlanta. Sheriff Gordon and Superintendent>> making his headquarters in this sec "Why, no. What makes you think -
work the key I ner will be given the veterans by the
does nice clear-cut ; Richardson made some warm Cam are now occupying offices in the I tion. Mr. Mayo bas 200 acres of cantaloupes so?"
action never tires; there are no greasy Mrs. Daughters, and in the afternoon the
rods or bearings to keep clean, soil I, friends during her stay in Ocala. new court house: Messrs. Sistrunk graves of the Confederate dead will i and las crop is very fine. lie "Didnt| I call my latest poem The .

the hands, or spoil the work. and Carney will follow later and, and ,I expects to ship thirty carloads this Wine Accurst,' and didn't it appear in .
be decorated.
The Fay-Sholas has an oilJess" As oon as the Florida Plumbingand very soon all the offices in the new season. your miserable sheet as 'The Wienerwurst
"
Fay-Sholes The exercises will be held in the
carnage. Every finished in Electric Company gets through j building will be occupied. The furniture I ?"'
Typewriter is handsomely grove on Fort King avenue, betweenthe Several of the large. oak trees i I
lack is durable and fully with its contract in putting down is being rapidly put in position, "Hang that proofreader!" exclaimed -
and gold, residences of Mrs. Juhan and Mr. around the public square are being'
guaranteed. pipes for the court house we and the spring term of the circuit ed editor. "I'll have him to boardat
sewer W. S. Pike, but in the event of rain I ruined by the growth of mistletoe. '
Sold for cash or on easy payme ts. I the Civic League will take the I court will be held in the new court a hotel in futnre.'Frank Stan- .
hope will be held at the .
armory.HewittJones the of
, Nothing adds more to beauty I
. Other typewriters taken in exchangeS I in hand and make it the one house in June.A I ton.
part pay, square a town than trees, and the bigger and t
: beautiful in our little city.
.1 Send your spot Commencement Note more stately they are the more beau Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Di

; name and of Mr. James Hewitt, formerly of this tiful they are. A little work right arrhoea Remedy
address for Mrs. Guy M. Eaton of St. Louis,, Frank L. Stanton, in the columns There is probably no medicine made ,
new catalog a I been on a visit to her. the Atlanta Constitution, sings: city, and Miss Bertha Jones of Pal now will save these trees, and we that is relied upon with more implicit 1

and sample l1 + f 9 r Mo., who has L. Martin, at Lake The day I hear metto, will be married at the homeof I hope those whose business it is will I confidence than Chamberlain's Colic. (
During
of = mother, Mrs. R. them. Our umbrageous Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. :
two- I n the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. get busy and save I.
Her red lips speak,
month passed
it
in which
colorwriting for the past the third of a century
Weir oaks add so much to the beautyof
of June i
Jones, on the afternoon learned
Saturday on her way I'll kiss my way Guy has been in use, people have
through Ocala will rial To the min Greek. second. This announcement will be our square and their shade Is at that it is the one remedy that never | \
where she and ',
water
with
to Jacksonville with interest by the groom's this season of the year especiallymost fails. When reduced '
u received
kiss in dialect be
before leaving: But wouldn't a sweetened it is pleasant to take. For :
few days
t FAYSHOLESCHICAGO friends for a just as sweet? Ocala friends and relatives. grateful. Let's save the trees. sale by all druggists. m
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> tt + THE OCALA BANNER OCALA'S OPPORTUNITYTwo i SHALL FLORIDA FOLLOW I invading armies and his name was a.t!. "' 4 o\1\ >(1 cO> ) >(o JJliQao)9 (tt>

o 1- J,i GEORGIA'S EXAMPLE that exciting period a household wordin continues to>

: important ordinances were introduced i every home in Florida. Like thai t 7 That hacking cough

FRANK HARRIS, Editor. at the last meeting of thecity famous captain of the Israelites, chas ,I, i system is exhausted and Q '
P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. j' The people of Georgia have recent Because your
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I 1 council and were referred to the l w surrounded by invisible hosts of resistance weakened.. A
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I t T- iy unveiled an equestrian statue to yet, nevertheless, whose: victories your powers .

i i judiciary committee.One the memory of General John! B. Gorj were substantial and material, and Take Scott's Enlttlr lOfl. 9.

t, of these ordinances provides I I j I don, which was raised by popular subscription I struck consternation and dread in the entire :

r, r for the construction and maintenanceof inspired by the people'slove I ranks of his enemies until his ,verv 0't] builds up and strengthens your system. + f fIt

I t. sidewalks and curbs along certain for this commanding figure in name became a terror. Although not contains Cod Liver Oil and yp oPhosPhtes so r

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t.: i ,. our military and civic annals. rising higher: than the rank of <> :
f r. streets and the other one provides I captain it is to take and easy to digest. oCo
that easy
The fame of General Gordon has. General Dickison prepared
JB& 't ,SI I captured more o
of certain streets
> for the pavement .
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: '. t. S dk with vitrified brick. I' penetrated all sections and it is hard of the enemy than any other captainin : ALL;;; : 50c. AND $1.00 c.tQt.c.J"ltQt8

ly too much to say that he was the the Confederate and nod b
t S TT 1 These are the most important ordinances army, every OtQo f
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: best loved of modern
f t OT *SiFRIDAY that have been consideredby I man times. other commissioned officer doneas

i i' \ We of this county feel an especial well ._-
history would! have been

compelled -
: council for
city :yearsand
t our many I
attachment for General white woman Co years old
t __ Gordon not j Governor A was
\ c to record a different story. Choosing a
f [ :. mean much for the progress, welfare because he be I arraigned before the t. S. court sitting
: only proved to such a L General Tintes-Cniun, in -
Dickison Jacksonville
The
MAY 31, 1907 and development of Ocala. was signally successful 1 :
F great and intrepid soldier, tolerant in in Pensacola last week charged
t, editorial
the recent
When Dural county by a vote of along the coast, up and down ; commenting on

t the people issued bonds in the sum and forgiving and forgetting enemy, tae St. Johns river, in the interior : the Evening News, outlining some of with moonshining. The woman op..

; Senator Crill'b general revenue bill 1 of $300,000 for the improvement oft broadminded' statesman, and popularlecturer 'I and all parts of Florida where the enemy !I the qualifications that should be required -i erated a still in Washington c 't) .

[r. ; has passed the senate. but because at one time i in' dared make effect of the next governor of Florida, to support a helpless family she: 1d.
to a landing or
Ii .. St. Johns river bar, there were
f .", : his life he was a citizen among us.I march. She was fined one cent and sent on
a says:
only seven feet of water, and even
r !; and we loved him for his intrinsicqualities I II her rejoicing. Jacksonville!
:.' Senator Crane's drainage bill was this depth "was secured at high tide, After the cessation: of hostilities te: "The state papers are beginning to war

referred to the committee. and the shipping facilities were as a neigbbor> and friend. was made adjutant general, and thus I draw word pictures of ideals for gov Floridian. It is refreshing to note

Genera] Gordon enlisted in the civil I I fact of this
Reporter- the a judge showing much
Orlando
: scarcely enough to be noted. Since got his title of general, by which he I ernor. That of the !

r The state life insurance !bill wasthe that time, acting upon the inspiration war as "the captain of the "RaccoonRoughs 'I was so affectionately known in later Star, we fear, is too perfect for this mercy.

special order for yesterday. and determination of the citizens of I an Alabama mountaineer years. i I world of imperfect humanity, of temptation
l. I Volusia claims that she will
show
and was paroled at I
I company Appa- better that
strife. We like
and
the United States If it were to
f Duval county, governr.ient proper erect monuments II I
I full next winter two highways which will
mattox as a general. whichsays
In the: shipping vegetables Marion took the matter up and more I to the living,, we would suggest of the Tampa Evening News, famous all ?
the
become over world-
It was his good fortune to be the I of Florida
;. county now heads the procession.The I than a million dollars have been spentin !I tae propriety of further adorning the that [he governorship -
trusted right arm of General Lee during i and one the East Coast canal and the
I. deepening the bar and in improving I court house square with other statues to be properly and honestly
the "Last Days of the Confederacy 1 other her own highway from DeLandto
., [, child labor bill has passed the L the river from its mouth to the j jof men who deserve thus to be hon- I progressively administered, doesn'tdemand
< Two institutions
and his lecture bearing this title i Daytona. of that
qualities of greatI -
; lower house of the Florida legislature. i city of Jacksonville, and now thirty l i I superlative
is affectionately remembered i in ored.We I character might well make Volusia
i the bar would place I ness or unusuai endowments of mind
feet of water are reported at a statue there to
all sections of the Union f the banner county unless others
? and did can
out-
i The anti-pass bill found favor in and this depth will soon be maintained commemorate the virtues of Colonel I and heart. Then it proceeds to
much to heal the wounds and ,n.cer- !1 I show as much business enterprise.-
broad
i : the Florida legislature and was ordered at all points in the river. John M. Martin, who in his walk i in ;I line such a character on the
ness of war, and bridge over with TimesUnion.The .
I.
engrossed. The Clyde fleet of steamships now :|: and out before us wears his honors ,; lines indicated. The Times-Union has .
; ]love, fidelity and affection the chasmseparating
.. t regularly ply between Jacksonvilleand l I with unassuming and becoming mod already had a few words to say ant
tf the sections. I. Tampa Evening News that!
\ t Representative Dudley has been New York, and other ships find esty. He well deserves a tribute a I the same subject. I Ii I says
t : :' Just before the fatal 9th of April 1' about the time the flock of ambitious
sick at the capital for several weeks their way to this growing city. The I tOO hands of his fellow citizens. Whenan
; when the war clouds were hanginglowest !i Stetson Wants to be Let Alone young men start out for Congressman
; f and his condition is regarded as cut traffic and commerce has increased a appeal to arms was made his voice i
i General Gordon was selected I| John B. Stetson University has 485 Sparkman's shoes the congre man
: seal thousand fold and Jacksonville's population acted as an inspiration to the %oung
'-. i by General Lee to make a las desperate students.-Lake City Index. may decide to keep them on himself.
'I has quadrupled. Its growth men of Marion. At the very outbreak I
-' effort to break through the I And there will be a greater attendance The News might also add that 'the
I, ... Rumor that T. A. Jennings is too is a surprise to its own people. I of hostilities he was elected captainof
lines of General Grant Wb1 .. another The school is having
(" were i year. congressman's shoes will not fit every
f" busy to run for lie
would
governor. I Jacksonville also voted bonds for the Marion Light Artillery, which
!? : not find it pastime rapidly forming a cordon around Petersburg a most prosperous history under young man who is in the race for
summer by
a
any the pavement of certain streets with signally distinguished itself on manya '
with the strength and grasp I jits present fine management. and ifI them.
t f
: means.-Tamp3. News. !
vitrified brick and that work hastened
hard-fought field in the western a
i, .
of a boa constrictor. General Gordon' :I a certain element of the Baptist de-
the growth of the city, and property my. After being severely wounded

(t .f-: It is said that water and oil will values immediately responded to was selected because, as President Ii; he was elected to the Confederate I I i nomination of the state will let Dr. George P. Rowell says there is not '- i

1 T. not mix, but sand and oil will, and Davis said the movement required i i Hulley alone, cease their efforts to a rock in Florida "big enough to
conditions and
the new every property congress and is one of the few of that I
the both steadiness and daring, and | cripple the institution, Stetson would throw at -
two together make an excellent Gen-I a dog, ;yet if he were
owner in the city felt the touch, I memorable body who is still surviving posted
road, especially for Florida. I oral Gordon had shown these have a future that few schools of the with the current history of
and was enriched thereby. and is still the courtly and mod I the
qualities on many a fateful field. Th country have ever had.-DeLand Re- times he would know
eest that Florida
The same thing is true of I gentleman.

J !, Kuroki is accustomed to tough experiences Until that city began the Tampa.j sortie was brilliant, but owing to some We would still place another statue !I Cord. phosphate rock is enriching nearly al:

; but being whirled throughthe mistakes by subalterns (wmia are I the worn-out soil of the old
world:
streets it remained almost stationary, / taere. We would commemorate in and
: subway depending from a strap I the cruel fortunes of war) was unsuc1cessful. i And now it's Editor Harris of the is furnishing a liberal
but it supply for domestic
as soon as began a vigorous 1 granite the rugged virtues of HenryW.
will be counted among these in his and sealed the fate of the heroic Kissimmee Gazette, who is tbreatened -
I cautobiography. for street and sidewalk improvements + Long. This man stood as a"stonewall" purposes.
.- Philadelphia Ledger. and intrepid commander of the I ; with dire personal consequences be-I
property values increased, the shock of
battle and !
armies of the Confederacy. I I cause he took a stand for good moralsin
I the city began to develop, and this I the shock of civil strife which follow j! The New York Produce News says
-. Maybe one of the reasons for that It speaks well for our country when J his home town. These threats
: dc-velopment has gone right on, and I 'ed it. The newer citizens do not : that few Florida vegetables are
goingto
; i proposed extra session is to keep Editor 1- I| these statues to her military chief- I make the seasoned editor smile. He
I Tampa today is growing greater than I know the debt of gratitude that this''; the New York markets now, and
: Claude out of the clutches of his tains can be erected in any section of I i knows that a man brave enoughto sections
i 1 1j ever before. It now claims a population ; ;county owes to Henry W. Long. As'I' many are cleaned up. Toma-
friends in Manatee as long as possible. the country without provoking bitter I tackle him is usually possessed of
: of fifty thousand. :soldier and civilian he deserves to be I toes are scarce. but of good
/ .-Tampa News. Hess of spirit or even unfriendly crit- i j I j sufficient manhood and self respectto quality.
i
t ,,; This story is true also of Gainesville 1 thus honored and we hope that some j Fully one-third of those
make him arhingEefancy
icism. It shows that the war spirit I ashamed to fight in sucha
and Live Oak and the newspapers 11 Say: the names we have suggested but and are bringing from
Florida has given the high, sign to is at an end and that the sections [i cause. Of course there is always 'ib.fJ e to
][ and visitors cannot say too muchin L"hose"irtues we have merely touchd I! four dollars per crate.Oeala's .
the bucket shops. The wire houses are again united and the Union is one' : the possibility of the brutal tough, v
j praise of the beauty and growth j? upon, will be thus honored. !
\ will soon have no place to chalk their and indissoluble. 1 i I but the editor with courage to pub-
4 of these two cities.It .
The thus told in biggest
We that this ;; story granite and; lish what he concieves merchants are not
; quotations.-Thomasville Times En are glad is so. and to be right,
is time for Ocala to catch on, and i the_ biggest
tJ marble: is not lost on posterity and advertisers. But
will they ,
'- terprise. that so many statues are being erect generally be ready to give a are
l Lare heartily glad that these two ,; serves well silent I going to be
'-, I ed to our chieftains of that era. and 'r as. stepping stones good accounting for himself if it overtaken some of these
1 I inances have been introduced, and I to make a nation great. : fine days by our
The Miami News ; especially > comes to a showrdown. more enterprising
says that Dade'I'I So as so many of them -Lakeland
arej
hope that they will be speedily pass i younger merchants
:, county is growing very rich, .?d and putinto execution. being erected by popular suberip-.!: !i Netts.i in and taught a lesson

I ; proof of this statement cites the fact tions. 'i| i up-to-date merchandising.; Keep
The dust is intolerable! and relief Elusive Mr. L'Engle your eye on
el that the Miami banks have on deposit It inculcates: a spirit that wul tend ]!f I The Atlanta Constitution of Wednesday some of these younger
be
:- aiust given to our people. i firms and
more than one and one-third milliondollars. to make our country great. By tell! prints a photograph of E. D. see them go to the front.
I _. Ocala is beautifully located. It sits i! A peculiar condition exist: in the !I
[ l ing of the virtues of these distinguisu- I B'.ackwell! and wife, the famous government -
t ipon an hill. It has natural drainage, of Claude What a brave
case: L'Engle, wanted in lot
the
E
soirlirrn
f' patriots it will kindle the spark of II contractor, who is fighting a
I!t is near navigable Beautiful j
a stream.
t The newspapers of Florida are free ambition of those who are hereafter\ -Manatee county for alleged! criminal requisition from the governor of Flor- growers are! No matter how ,discouraging -

to criticize the chief executive of tne j: lakes are not far away and her 1 to be entrusted with its destinies. I libel, in connection with publications ida. He has been incarcerated in the the frost and drouth. tfc-et.

I>eople ought not to sleep over their] 11 go right on
for
state wanting to muzzle the press, e hope the police barracks in Atlanta planning for anotHer try
example so nobly! set for 84 days
\ pportunities. Situated midway be- (concerning John A. Graham of that next
,
; but they can't bay a word about the I by Georgia, Virginia and other stateswill and says that he will carry his fight season. They deserve unbounded -
t:ween ocean and gulf and Jackson.ilIeI c,ounty. L'Engle did not for
county court that wants to appear success. New
put a muzzle become infectious and will reach against being returned to Florida York Prod
I on Editor L'Engle. ind Tampa, Ocala: has every natural rial when his case came up recently! to News. ,, 5
( j even to the remote parts of the con n-. the supreme court of the United .
I IWe
idvantage of becoming the largest in- I md his bond was estreated. Judge =
t 1 try. i States. He is wanted in Florida
for
hear a good deal: about the I t erior city, but she will never be a 1 Jtewart sent a deputy to Tallahassee! The democratic
Marion county was not without her I having drawn a draft on a Boston newspapers are
t goodness of our mothers, but all men I c;ity unless her citizens work to accomplish heroes] t o bring L'Engle to Manatee county, I bank for now writing on the
in that sanguinary struggle ;$500 which was turned paramount issut-
r do not have good mothers; if that i ( this end. Let's get a move but the governor interfered, request for 1908, and it
I.'e' and a statue to these gallant men at ., j down. He does; not deny being "Lord looks like the poor 4
case the world >n us. Cities rarely grow just so.Jacksonville ng! a continuance on account of the old tariff will "
he: four corners of the public squaren Douglass. have to be brought r' !'
f .: would be filled with good men. l'othJ.1.f and Tampa remained lit- public, printer being needed at Talla- forth again. It
I; this city would not be out of place. has served many
r ing is so much needed tie municipalities for a long time and t lassee at this time.
as good moth campaigns,
General Robert Bullock, by con I The Tampa News is responsible for and though knocked out
t ens.k only grew when her citizens became Now, the Leon county sheriff re of shape it
,
1 non and universal consent is reco-, | 1 the report that Congressman Spark- will in all probability have
; busy, put their shoulders to the wheel fuses absolutely to execute the capias to do duty
lized as first of these military an I man is now actively at work again.If .
!
; k f r Mary E. Lewis, a daughter of the and, heroically determined that they ch--I gainst L'Engle, and the Manatee of- preparing
!c heroes. Before he had reached i his plans to run in next
i J.l hmilil. -. year's
srrnuSpeaking I
late Moses Taylor, an old time ----- o-- ; fiver is powerless to carry out then
i merchant I
l t majority he was fighting Indians F ]primary for the senate; that Senator Governor Broward
t. t and banker of New York) City, of the Georgia farmer, the landate of the court and thus the signs all the .
good
the Everglades and Mallory has decided bills that
to
was popular withdraw have
{' .' late Sidney Lanier said that from been passedn l-
t left there was
stands.
k $54,000 to her old servants. Also latter 2
,
enough in civil life to be elected clerk a11'e 1 the race; that Senator Beard the state legislature |
: f" a million and a half dollars to her "more in the man than in the land.:' have been a L'Engle ympatiizer -| of Es- and vetoe; a-: s?
f : -.f tae court just before the outbreak (cambia and Senator Adams of Ham- the bad ones, the .
It is I I session of that :
t grandchildren. a true saying. It is also true t throughout the | august -
controversy
t i i cf the civil wa. He surrendered thioffice ,i]Iton will be competitors of Mr. body will have
\ f't\ I that "The Lord helps those who helpthemselves" sanent I Graham but we would haven {I Spark- amounted to,1'': L
I ; to enlist as a private sjl.Her! i I ,roan, while Herbert S. Phillips little in good to the
i t The So if Ocala! grows and I ked it better had he gone to Ianap !i' of general public aLI<. ;:,
: I machinery: for an ice plant : wants to become cither that conflict, and quickly! rose: to: the) .. f Tampa, Park Trammell of Lakeland I II the state at luge-Miami ._
a citizens :
i t ; '
'? at the
soon to be erected in Manatee has proper nine and laced tile _
ar rank of and Hunt
t- brigadier general and no! Harris of Key West .
will
J : rived and will: must pat their shoulders to the wheel n lusic like a man. His failure to do I
Mion ire placed in
t
position soldier J run for :Mr.
and was ever more! !o\e4 a'id esteemed I Sparkman's i-Lic" in the The First
I : t with "a Dgpuil.. a strong pull. somewhat weakens the confidence National Bank f +'
and the of I"C! 3 : : c. .'
u\.uy manufactured <
house of
1 II' In those under hin He shared i rcp\-putative .
1 : and ;; ? cy proposes
;\ \( I ice will"soon !-o enjoyed bits citi a pun aii together, dettimiiie to the! burdens and hardships of his ,. :f those who would like to believe; inim I how; building an e\a!

push her along.It I I m We believe that. the It will be three stor! .
; I zens. I ; ** too. got :::
men as well as their bravery and dar-]i i, .Ir. Carter's rheumatism and will
t '- t I I is a pity to see a town with ; e rnor would have better Kept out of dog, not have twelve commode ,- '.
; in?. After the fighting was over he!! prevent his rficp-5
4 f.iceriousness on!
the
i 'cala's< opportunities lag behind in i ti le, muddle.-Lakeland Sew in hk Ej\,_- I second floor and ', _
L : : '
} r Lawyer Hunin.i'l.! the famous New!; the race. v.-as one of the very first:; to "beat his : hates: in the louse. Speaking of rn.. ; rooirs tin the third floor.Tln .

i York: divorce 1 lav\ <-r, had a complete 1,i! .=-acr'i into a pruning hook" and} lend ( ?-.Miion: or Volusia 1... i -

1 ;' collate when 1:' readied: Blacks ell V; ; ._.s mice for the re-e''tabli"hioeut of Ji;swish Women, the First Suffragists :!L at any county co'il-1:county Iolct: vr.y. : '_ _
M x.Yo
i :. bland, and 1':1': -kiar.s had ti> be sum I Palmer Wants to the I -h-e o'J! relations' anal: hue: Florida: resume I =: ach ntpn as Geonre P \ I :;. \\ori: satin ,
Occupy Guber-i Healy! '
rnou.,1F
and! I:u ; Cyan .
i Li u u r.l. lie hut'nous her '' I I-l .- ?tea J y, :.'
proa.ationr.ationand : t place! in her "f:1 ter'shon"f" ; :u-ander! is "
.
\ tonal Mansion. i iWe t The London J :wi'ih"Oirl: sug-r est:; most: extrao-.i.nar.?: .and t\\ 1>a"'"' ., th ,
: ia in a I ; ." I I! !! : ;t'jlI t" I i.efe \\L'
privations: !! condition.f j | that he had :t
\ i still! hear it I entertained: re}, Mani .
from different rt J
i l t quar- lat the first s: fragl-ts; recorded depestaipreLenicn fll'T"" (' 1, .
Gtneiv.! t i :-- the 1'ir.ti.,
f I (ttr.s that Jude! B. H. Pa'. nrHock01.t: an imporrantpart : : : :since; hha1: heard'of i Senator "
wr. of Lake h! ,
f 'r'I: I:uurt. Las exemt I' I in the turbulent rinks of !he reconstrucTion ,; m. history were the daughter- Z.pl'had ;- th,- propose> ,! dhSIon I :: to( dCI"it'l" D'-"n:: t\,t l],.:'.
t I fLy, i" a prose ectAtcandidate: ; : for to Know which :! (t.r h. Rl1: '".,
t Vlitkd l the saying, the "many are call- !governor. While era anal tu: a period: suc'ioceedins and adds that, orof the dA: the line these: ]Jib"d.Juhn .
I we haw been un1 : two gentlemen!
t\l. but fiw are chosen." One thousand .. same and wa".. _eitmsiuinn.'m. _! .. lancers of the suffrage would fall
jal-le to get of these no. --- -- :::> o.' woman move- on.
1 any reports yen I r R.
t lr bills have been introduced but fled, we frequently hear his nammentioned e j ored in many ways and was event-1/i ent in America was a Jewess, Mrs.raestine ; ---- : Metropolitan Hegeman, prelSi':-nt of tL.! '

t I, very few have passed, and some of f''I as a proboble candidate. wally honored with a seat; in the! con EJ L. Rose, w iio addressed: j I For Relief of Census Enumerators Life Insurance CO-:
Pany,
; those few have been vetoed by the Judge Palmer is a noted lawyer in evens: of the United States. I|I eetings> as early as 1S JC. I' The house Thursday passed the and has been i ipdicted for pt'jury r !'

I : \ governor. this part of the state, and for the Colonel Edward Badger was a con i'! The movement is not without!:: its I!! senate. bill for the relief of the census presidents forgery. The life insuranc
have
past f \'eears has presided over the spicuous contribution of Marion coun-! di i ninguished adherents among Jew- enumerators who failed to get lot seem to been a lad
\ all,
I enough
I at Wonder if that "Before Day Club" courts of the third judicial circuit of ty's to this eventful era also and j is!ii women of today. two notable exiples 'f compensation for taking the the way through.

I; !' t in Tallahassee: composed of members Florida with dignity and marked abil made his fame immortal. Like Genan: being Mrs. Maud Nathan of l of 1905 under the appropriation census

'f E r of the house have any chicken stews ';ity. He is naturally a"el'}" courteous eral Bullock, be enlisted as a private!; x
I, during the wee sma' hours. That i soldier and quickly rose to the rank tit i The bill -a Railway Company
and affable gentleman and is I Consumers' League, and :Mrs. Pau- was amended in the has announced
;: dub is said to be a corker, and the verypopular of colonel and commanded house that trains will
throughout this section of his regiment lin! e Steinam of Ohio, member of the to read $13,334 instead of be in operation thro'
I .
!" "brother in bla'kn can now take aback Florida. Should the judge decide to in nearly every battle in which I To iledo board of education, and vice Tallahassee Sun. $20,000'1 the tunnel between New York a'ijd ,

f seat.- Land Record. it won signal Hoboken
I J enter the gubernatorial field before distinction. His very pr sident< of the Ohio Woman !- by October the first. A

". the next primary he would simplicity and love for his soldiers rave:; Association. -- I 1.

James M. Andrews, formerly chairman prove a made him a I
general
favorite. .
Colonel Mrs.
formidable Nathan has
candidate in this frequently spoken
sectionof
f of the board of county commissioners Badger was born i LANDS -
1 in this
r Florida, as many would flock to county, shared be)tore congressional committees, basher !
of Escambia county, has the trials and
en his support A great many triumphs of ber people ing; plea for woman's enfranchise- Ii have
I tered a plea of guilty to the charge of"graft" people and his ashes you lands you wish i
Y think that it is time that Middle Flor mingle with her me nt on the working woman's need or if to sell, lease or
f rent
i and will suffer soil and you want to ;
the the
penaltytherefor. people of buy 1 lands
ida this
should have one of her county of the ballot. for fanning
So far as we know this is sons oc- would honor themselves in turpentining or lumber grazing
i cuppying the governor's mansion.! erecting a M. rs. Steinem is the first woman purposes
the first case on record in this state statue to his ,
Perhaps the memory. eVE T elected to the board of education .
t judge will, in the: near Write .
to
where an official has pleaded General J. J. : j.;
guiltyto I future, commit himself.-Live Oak Dickison was the| in Toledo. Her candidacy was first t
i! the charge of "graft. most illustrious BLOUNT
11 Democrat. soldier who defends u Bested; Golden Rule Jones, who REAL

;H ed this state from the attacks of the I 1w as:: her warm personal friend. ESTATE CQ.
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W. A. KNIGHT L E. LANG : Local and Personal I PIANO RECITAL Program Jefferson Davis Memoonal. i It II t!I

I June 3, 11:30 O'clock. '

ANNOUNCEMENT. !I Mr. Forney Lancaster of this city Miss Gamsby's Pupils Give Their An Maj. Izlar, Master of Cerenionu-. MAN-A-LIN I

was a recent business visitor to Jack nual Recital in the Ocala House Music-Metropolitan Band.

/n We have just purchased the V\i gon and Harness business of SlE'sBU sonville.jatives ParlorsAn Invocation-Dr. Atkisson. TH L I Iis

S. A. Standley & Company, and piopose to add to the stock of goods everything annual event of great interest, Address-Mr. L. W. Duval.

: that is needful to make it af'OMPLETE LINE in every sense ol Mrs. R. L. McClure came home 1 and especially in musical circles, is Iusic-lIetropolitan'.

the word. We are agents for several! of the best Farm Wagons on the mar Wednesday noon from a visit to rel- I the concert given by Miss Kate! Presentation of Crosses of Hoi.o! >'- r hWDE'

ket; Jilso] several makes of Ruqgies Besides these we handle a great va I i at Cornell. i Gamsby's music class. This annual]l Mrs. F. R. Gary. OM

riety of vehicles ether of which we stand ready to fully guarantee. Heroes Far
recital was given in the parlors of Away-Chorus.
Mr. J. Pelham
Campbell of Clear-
the Ocala House Wednesday night "God be With You Till We Mt
High Grade Buggies, Serviceable Carriages, water, former citizen of Ocala, is
The parlors were filled with the parents Again"-Audience.
, Unexcelled Wagons, Harness, among our visitors.
Benediction-Dr.
and friends of the young pianists Dodge.

.J' Lap Robes, Etc., Etc. and the clever playing of ...e Dinner
Mrs. True Whittier of Belleview is
i; Turpentine Wagons a Specialty. visiting in Ocala, the guest of her young people was a source of great Parade to Old Cemetery.
pride to everyone. Miss Gamsby is i Decoration of Graves of D< pan. d
j ij: We are Always in Position to Meet th e Prices of Legitimate Competitl"n.l friend, Mrs. Halsey."Disinfecto" Heroes. .
la very fine musician, and as a teacher -
l We Sole for the celebrated White Hsckory Turpentine has The beautiful ,
are Agents keeps away flies, fleas, \ery marked ability, and some song composed bj ,
1. and Farm Wagon.Knight of Ocala's finest musicians owe their Mr. Victor Martinot, entitled, "lit-met, t
:?' mites and rats; try a package; 50 1
cents, at the O. K. Grocery. x success in a large measure to her in Far Away," will ,be sung by a Nu.ss aHa vayaNW

, & struction. of the best local talent in the tit.: s.
Lang
The Mesdames Burns, Mote. \Vmsu :
I Mrs. Margaret Whitehead of Ken- following was the program rendered 'n '

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(Successors! Rtandlev and L'o ) : west of her friend Mrs. J. W. Hopi Duet, "Light of lIeart"-Sidney lock, and Messrs. Nash, Martin, Mathews 1 Copyright ljo iij The taaattn Co.

i Harold and Miss Gamsby.a Gates, Martinot and Taylor, with '
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I MAN-A-LIN
( ) "me Sweet Violet," (tb) "In the cornet accompaniment by Mr. A Hart' Is An
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The man who says that pie is a Fields"-Elizabeth Davis. Gerig. i

( "villainous thing" occupies a placeon "The Chase"-Gladys Drake."A Excellent Remedy

FURNITURE FURNITURE the other side of the political pie Corner in Elizabeth's Garden.. A Veritable Phoenix I

I ('uiiintr.Hoi. Song of the Moonflower-Mabel air B. H. Seymour, who has had for Constipation.

tJ Meffert. the misfortune to see, several of his f

\V. A. Fulton of Brooksville, Song of the Daffodil-Rexie Todd. sawmill burn before Ns eyes and There are many ailments

Smith & Roberts a toiaicr member of the legislaturefrom Song of the Jasamine-Gladys' ..
Hernando county, was among lis. the flames, has phoenix like, re- _
stipation such as biliousness
,
t Icala's visitors yesterday. Song of the Night Blooming Cereus built the same and re-establisued him- ,

-Alice Sexton. self, and his mill is once more in op- discolored and pimpled skin,

)? :\h'ssrs. Sloman and Maxie :Moody -.e Millwheel"-Merle Biggs. eration. In addition thereto he has inactive liver, dyspepsia, overworked -

Ocala .Furniiure CO. came in yesterday afternoon from "Lily of the Valley"-Ruth Nelson. established a lumber yard in tbe kidneys and headache.

Jacksonville to visit their mother, Duet, "Under the Mistletoe"-Mar northern section of the city and is

Mrs E P. Mootiy, for a few days. I tha Miller and Miss Gamsby. prepared to furnish on short notice i Remove constipation and

... (a) "Aven," (b) "Intermezzo"-An- lumber of any description and in any .
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Capi. W. L. Ditto has returned from I all!! of these ailments dis
nie Laurie Perry."Deuxieme quantity to the local trade. If you j
Jacksonville, where he has been I
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Valse"-Tbeo. Wallis. are in need of lumber, don't forget to appear.
When in need of anything spending several weeks with his wife "Spinning Song"-Edna Nelson. phone Mr. Seymour. II
and his son, Mr. Raiford Ditto. ,
I "Im Fruhling"-Helen Brown. I I M.\\- -LIN can be relied upon

in our line I:I i "Valse Brilliante"-Ethel Crosby. Mr. Jobn W. Pearson has placed on J to produce a gentle action oft
Miss
Georgia Borger, who is one "
our table stalk of
a alfalfa
"Pres du Berceau"-Hope Robin a crop '.lie: bowels and
making pills
ot the best I
teachers in
the Ocala pubic which is
a very popular in the West.
get our prices : : school, has gone to her home at !i son.Air de Ballet"-Xellie Gottlieb. This stalk shows great vigor and I "ri i drastic; cathartics entirely unnecessary -

l Lake! ( n y to spend the summer vaca .
succulence, and if I
Second Hungarian Rhapsody (Cadenza it can be grown
lion Franz here will add very greatly to the I
by Bendel)-Mary Bur.ford. -
OUR I prosperity of this state. Under : A dose two of Man-a
MOTTO IS TO PLE(1SE( I Mr. H. C. Groves is up from Tampa j the I :1 or -lin
"Witches' Dance"-Minnie Stovall. improved method of inoculating soils
!- and says that he is doing a fine j : :is advisable! in slight febrile
I
Impromptu in A.flat-Etbel Haycraft. it would seem possible to grow the
f.1fi'1ii""P.. 1 ; ;: trade in that city. His trade is so I alfalfa in Florida, and we hope that attacks, (fa grippe, colds and
.- ,: good that: he gives employment to
---. ,' i "Hungarian -Fantasie" Mary Gates. our scientific agriculturalists will !:: influenza.
i"uru>tn assistants.
; II I All of the did continue their experiments with it .
The climate of the East Coast of Florid: performers exceedingly I
well and they were loudly applauded until they make a success of growing
i is nearer perfection than that of any Mrs. B. R. Chambers of Lady Lake and showered with congratulationsby this plant. .
h hr' has been spending the past few days
:
r { other place cu earth. 4 t1I with her father, Mr. B. F. Vaughn, their friends. Evangelist for Christian Church
We notice that
several of
our state
After the program was over too
", .- who lass: been quite sick at his home I Rev. Samuel .1. White, state evangelist
t pleasing duty of delivering the med exchanges are noting the fact that
n- ,I ir Pan field.M's the j for the Church of Christ in
x ,E tr als fell to Judge W. S. Bullock, whodid Ocala people are feasting on roasting

it in his usual happy and felicitous ears and are envious of our good ]Florida, arrived in this city this
;' jiin, Cardy of Atlanta, who is I 1
SdI'I manner. He complimented the luck. That was some days ago. We ]morning from McIntosh, Fla., wherehe
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now mi a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
teacher and each member of the are still feasting on this delightful _.
+s been residing wbile
1.I 1'Hussey, in Jacksonville, willarrue doing
t classes, and was sorry that all could vegetable and one of our valued subscribers
in a day or two to visit heron evaa.:elistic work throughout the
.., not have a medal.In : Mr. B. D. Cappleman, who]
Mr G. S. Scott.
"' l'o '. : state. A large tent is
/ ;;:- \ \I\ i the senior class Miss Mary Bur does not believe that there can be being erectedin

/, jT".J, ; l 'l'' ford won the gold medal, having made too much of a good thing, placed us i East Jacksonville on the cornerof
.; Mr. 1... L. skins, of Rock Springs,
i IIA {t 236 marks out of a possibel 240. In under obligations Tuesday for a doz Duval and VanDuren streets and
| a veteran of the civil war who bore
t. u ustrncrr rr, j: this class Miss Ethel Haycraft, with en ears of luscious corn, for which protracted evangelistic services will
/i arms for the "lost cause, is ill atj i ,
+ : 234 marks, and Ethel Crosby with 233 we return our most grateful thanks. commence there in a day or two under -
the home of his daughter :Mrs. R. E:I
the
of the First
Oibnionit "" ll. I marks, received honorable mention. We like all varieties of vegetables auspices Christian -

.11't\ ;? '114i! :JBrigance, of the Palmetto House. I|II.I In the junior class Miss Theo. Wallis 'but our greatest weakness is for church of tbis city. Rev. White
I. is! a speaker of ability and
'. corn. power anda
$: fF) f Mr. II. C. Groves will leave for j u and Miss Alice Sexton tied for the
j
I good teacher of Christian
;< c1ffla 1i \,4!ff Jamestown today where he "ul net first place, eacb having gotten 230 dietrice.
ld i'I.. Mr. Chas. Peyser called us to the The singing will be under the direction -
marks and both
they were presented
M.'s Graces and little who lave
i h"'f: I sow back of his establishment yesterday, of Mr John Nissen Lamb and
'l{ been there: for some time, .L-i wqlj.i j with a pretty silver medal.
A '' r I ,;( : and we were surprised to learn that his chorus will assist.-Jacksonville
''-':, /' I / 'It I I remain there for weeks Miss Martha Miller, with 227 marks
some longer.
.1'1 ;1 ,-- : be
\ I'V : is giving employment to fourteen Metropolis.
= I\\\\ j! 'I I Iatlli,1/ t.I' t./; I :and Miss Gladys Drake with :224
"'- \ cigar makers. He uses none but too -
',; -. \\ 1 I That was a most terrific rain yes- | 1 marks, received honorable mention.
'l j best imported Cuban and Sumatra tobacco Capt. John L. Inglis was in Ocala
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= terday afternoon and great havoc was i I
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t -- and his cigars have T--
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the
made some of streets. Everybody ;; The Last Meeting of the Young La
<. '!... = ------ lished reputation. If the people of
r .._ -- -__ I{ was wishing for John liobert- dies' Card Club L visit to New York,"but will be in
Ocala were to buy exclusively of the
| son's paved streets and stone gutters j ji I The farewell meeting of the Young cigars manufactured by Mr. Peyser Richmond on June 3rd to witness the
J and the famous Orange Grove, Tineajifle Plantation!" I
I Ladies' Card Club was held Wednesday and other Ocala! manufacturers it unveiling of the Jefferson Davis monument -
Cocoanut Groves and Tgt'table Farms of the country W ;
tributary
i Rev. C. C. Carroll Mrs. Carroll and ] and to take
afternoon, Miss :Margaret Taylor would be easy to build up a cigar industry part in the memorial -

INDIAN IIIVER, LIKE OKTII anti BISCAYM! BAIue |'I daughter. Mary Edna, returned home being the hostess. These card club in this city. Let's do it. I J exercises. It will! be ,remembered

'.f ( reached from Jacksonville ilL the \redne day. Since returning from ]meetings are among the most delight- I that an old soldier signing himself

i FLORIDA EAST COAST PAILWALc Auint. I fuf events in the history of social affairs The Famous Sunbcnnet Pictures "Old' Vet," suggested Captain In

:': !i 1 in Ocala during the winter and This series of color pictures for f glis!; as fine timber for the making of

ii: TaIpa.: ; and have had a most enjoya- spring months, and it is a matter of passe partouting will be given free a gubernatorial candidate, and since

!.\" 11'p.; J J1 great regret that the time for the with the New York Sunday World.I that time the captain hag been freighted -

+c ]last meeting has arrived. The gamesof Everyone who sees these pictures with letters from different pa" sof

F M-! a-1 Mrs. Ed Clement and their cards are thoroughly enjo'able.the wants them. The World gave them J the state begging him to enter e

!''a: '-'\!nu> little! two-months-old son, members are thoroughly ace.n enthusiastic comrade '
t t1. 1 congenial to its city readers two months ago,|: r :
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A i a 1.1 i'i t'rom Dunnellon Wednesday. j and in all respects the card club and they made such a bit it has been 11 ng to us on the subject of C "- ',. i t

t MiCknient! and the little one went J meetings are always looked forwardto decided extend the Inglis' candidacy says that it. I
to pictures to out
For ropy of beautiful book, Fact Gout of FlorIda",beet map cf
1 reunsdu FloriJa, and ether information, a&lrtssJ. 1 on out to Anthony to spend a while 1[ with a great deal of pleasure. of town readers. The first picture certainly settle the govern ,tuestion. ..1

J. E. IHEOTT, J. P. BlCKWITH: 1.D.BiHMB, !t v: t relatives and Mr. Clement re- The players at :Miss Taylor's Wednesday next Sunday. Start in with No. 11 q That he would car: :1.-

Tke-fre/l* Wu.9.nagrr.: Tnfflc Silver. J.G.f.A.toT. 1 i. turned home on the afternoon train. ] included Misses Margaret and\ \and get the set. 'die Florida with a whoop and 1.-: r, .

ArCl ST1.NE, FLA. Mamie Taylor, Sara and Louise Harris ination] would be assured.
The 0. K. Grocery is having another
't .. \ Annie Davis, Valeta Potter, Meta Ocala and the Fourth 9
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big show window fixed in the front
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I Jewett, Ethel Robinson, Miriam Pas- :May 28, 1907. Capt. W. J. Hillman of Live Oak

of their store, and the store next to teur, Margaret Eagleton, Sarah Mc- To the Editor Ocala Banner: has just sold a tract of phosphateland
them, which will be occupied by the ,
ti SEABOARD I I Creery, Minnie and Louise Gamsby, Only five weeks and two days till in Polk county for the handsomesum i
One Price Cash Store, is also being
Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Mrs. J. B. Hiers, I the Glorious Fourth. Can it be that of |oOQ00.. And still there are
filed up in splendid style for the opening
'' .Mrs. E. B. Duncan, Mrs. M. J. Roess,* we are going to let it go by without some people who doubt there are

Air Line Railway. of the new store in June. Mrs. W. H. Powers, Mrs. Sandford offering some attraction to induce our great riches in Florida soil. We for

Jewett, Mrs. W. T: Gary, Mrs. Arthur friends from out of town to come to one would like to be Captain Hillman

Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Pines Mr. I. E. Williamson, who is connected Hardaker, Mrs. E. T. Helvenstoa and Ocala on that day Let's be doing right about now.-LIve Oak Demo-
Raleigh, with the Taylor Lumber Company
crat.
Mrs. B. W. Mimms. something. Y.
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York I doing a big logging business at The heavy rain early in the after- It is reported that Captain Hilteaa:

/ I j Heather Island, was in Ocala on bus- 1 noon made the weather delightfully Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sturgis, who only gave $35 for the original" pur-

Too Elegant Trains Daily, i! inej-s Wednesday and made the Ban cool and tM games were exceedingly were married at Augusta Ga., on chase of this land. Six hundred

1 nor office a pleasant social and financial 1 pleasant. Afterwards very delicious Sunday, reached Ocala Tuesday after- thousand dollars on a thirty-fiTe dollar -

SEABOARD EXPRESS[ ( : SEABOARD! MAIl I i visit.______________ __ .I'Mr. peach cream and cake were served. noon and will make this city their investment is not bad. We would
Mrs. Roess won a beautiful landscape home. Mr. S'urgis: Las: been here for like for Captain Hillman to give us
i and Mrs. II. C. Gates and 1I r' several rlonths and is connected the
picture for having won fix with use of his "rabbit-foot" for about

Modern Pullman Equipment WIlliam Tucker of this city Dr. Walkup greatest number of points, and for the the Ocala Iron Works. ten days. .
| and Mr. Dixon Irvine of McIntosh,
highest score in games Mrs. Harda
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Dr. D. A. Smith of Anthony and JJ r. ker was given two exquisite handker- Mr. W. H. Webb, proprietor of the Organ Recital

B. F. Smith of Oxford have gone to Standard Lime Works at Kendrick
The
The Jamestown Exposition Line chiefs. Methodists will give an organ
Richmond, Ya., to attend the Confederate was transacting business in Ocala recital Friday, Jane 7. Too admission

... NORFOLK, VA. reunion and the unveiling of the Mr. G. B. Tankersley represented .Wednesday, as was also Mr. Frank :M. is fixed at the low price of :23 cents.

Jefferson Davis monument. They all the thrifty city cf Coleman in Ocala Long, one of the best known and Other notices of this recital will appear -

EXCURSION TICKETS ON SALE DAILY anticipate a delightful trip. Wednesday. :most porminent citizens of Holder. later. 4
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P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager. I
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I ;, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1907 i( ; : Talk of the Town :
t ;i worn or
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F : =- ,' BECAUSE WE ARE .
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It is now Dr. Hilburn ;!

: 1'' i i PriceRefunded I ENTITLED TO IT LET USSHOW I

The good roads bill has been killed !; \.I
b>"rW. m I\
;). In the legislature. irt ;
;ird i i
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The Florida Times-Union says that

the building boom in Jacksonville has, : i i '.

only begun. ,I 'fljf !
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4t. D. Dodges, agent of the SeaboardAir : I I(
Line at Wellborn for sixteen i i I

,' years, is dead. '; I{ i
ed i I
a.. :i; we give you more for the than other house I
i money any in Ocala. It's
r "The governor's campaign ":.m!1 true; our competitors : !
k ; probably be on the order of his late ;:! will the but
same
say we can prove our assertion, and not by dishonest
drainage campaign. : I I representation.; All our goods i

,i i i;; marked in plain figures and we have only ONE PRICE FOR ALL. I

Tariff revision is finding advocates i J i', ,
all
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among the prominent manufacturersof i
the country. on : : We have no favorites Our !

:..- j competitors have sliding prices. They may sell you a single item so as j j i

; Indiana has declared for Fairbanks ; ; I mislead you, but when it comes to an end you will find out that
: we could have saved MONEY.
and Illinois for Cannon. Taft had better you
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get busy in Ohio.Representative 'j i ;

of i ; We want to prove what we say, therefore ask } t I
we to into .
Dudley of Hillsbor- i you go any store in Ocala and buy an"a :;

ough county is still critically sick, M. : I then bring the same article to our store, and we assure that ,
but is slightly improved. G.or I j you our marked price will be much lower. i i


It is said that a London dude of l / Furthermore, we refund full purchase price for
the present day spends $!>500 a year any item not entirely satisfactory: and we do it cheer- I ''t1

to keep himself fashionably attired. A I Try us one time, for the fun of it, then try some of j
our
i competitors, and see the difference. '

The New York World says that our I I

; judges are our real kings and the man to I I i The average person cannot understand why one store can afford
to sell
who can control a judge is the ruler ;j cheaper than another. To j( .
of the land. I we will say: We sell for cash only, thereby eliminating all losses 'and
book-keepers' salaries
caused
'': by i
.. credit stores's
,. It now looks like the Pinellas bill 1 !!' I I system.
Y" and the Tampa midwinter fair bill t I five : I II II

will not be reached this I
the 'egislature. session of/f ter Next thing. We have STRICTLY ONE PRICE and all I

that t I j I I our goods are marked in plain figures
I !!I j : not necessitating the services of I
The high
Haywood trial at Boise, Idaho, lag j priced salespeople.
: ,- is again at a standstill.
Still another II '

'; _. jury venire is has not yet been made exhausted up. and the a so Ii{j I I Last, but not least, our buyer is an expert in his profession and i!

always alert
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comes to / !
fie
0:7! ,J real values. .
:' The divorce proceedings of Howard good :
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a Gould and his wife are now filling 1
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the New York papers with illustra were if
tions and intense : you buy of us once, we are satisfied that will need 4if
reading. II I I I you never any more coaxing. .j ,

z> The house sustained the governorin I
his i I Come and see us anyway: we are
veto of the Jacksonville char : I always glad to meet new people.
ter bill by ; ,
... a vote of 42 to G. This vote christ :

':: : seems almost incredible. ernor terest '! I We sell everything that is worn by Man, Woman or Child.

The Methodists have
just closed a J
3. revival in ___ j I
Manatee which was quite uieui.He 4.

the successful.church. Fifty or more united with Im/ f

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early I --I i QUESTION
The iJ
Atlanta Journal says that the will -
hotel manager who committed
suicideat cut ''
Jamestown was evidently ashamedto before oDd) Sunjmer) if T

die rich. clare Don't You I

I I that TRUNKS

The Manatee Record says that one I Goods 1.1 ?
:' of the Think
most lovely homes in that place 1 i will
,:" 3 + is that of ex-Mayor John J. Pelot. It he 1Ve <"

says that it is a thing of beauty."A And !! :i \Ve have the :. I: \ Are Entitled to Your Patronage t Ufld'i B r

little less I'
Watterson, prescribing vinegar,for says the Henry dem- others paign. i' i |; line ever !i ii ; ? ; i
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", : ocratic party, "and a little more oil, aspire 'i handledby : Xo doubt y..u arr. l'ull. I !r
with a drop or two-just a drop or state I !!
two-of molasses." i imotives t j }i templatiii a trip this I ;
I i J us in I >uminer. If
-- he will i t I you are, our I i
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:-: r Miss Gladys Vanderbilt is to mar, ble : i I I -i; ;; brigs on Trunk and I .:
ry the Marquis of Anaiesey and in all I GOODS 'HElgA C :
will! rofF1FV RR Baijs will
certainly in- I ;'
become a marchioness. TI:.:? marquis //1 treat: : 51 F1j f7 'Urls .
I a I' I t"t
r- is the .
richest of Great Britain itler! en. ] I II I .' i you i
no i ''In iovered I
bility. I i i .,rts: Colored Lawns =r-r I

l' t ;... --- I word, i f !! /IilfGlIJi1l1. ," : CanvasC iJ //1 I j '
The :
[. : Jacksonville Metropolis claims I man IOC a yard i :' L t H. '
ft: that the city's profits from its elec- !,such in I I i Trunk .

I'f f k$.,- ,: tric light plant last year was $Iio,-I I J i : only $1.98 i. '

t..'' 719.17, and its profits from the water ;( blessed !, II:===-- ::=:...= -:- --- L; .JI l
works was $33,910.84. ability, :
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:' The New York WorM I The i; FLY IN CALIFORNIA i I! The eggs ar-. 1"1: i t K:. '.-.' '* .:?.. ,.;..._ fjoar; -* i": '.rqOC n is = Vr J
baseball! hoodlumism says that 1 and they ; i j! under side; 0: the Itaf: avi! .::'l' :0-.21.1. and the threatened, Love and Poetry in
F or baseball it-1 Bee of May 17, !i pest must: be wiped Georgia
out.
] no I
j ly visible the 3 The
self will have to I fore the to naM'l'; t> e. Wh:'u i i:;;lt'Hlat the editor of tbe Whitsula; .
stop ; '
as New York.j cost may be. i
( from Oroville! !they hatch, the Get i! Courier
cannot witness such disgraceful exhi-i!i given an : ?' young insect appears busy, and get busy, quick.-Redlands ,'! writ':, of love in the follow;
t' 'on* as was witnessed I Punta special correspond-J; a'ery small and almost microscopical iCal.) Citrograph.Gus :'ing fasiiion: ,
tbe
on base j I
ball;) grotinds last Tuesdav. 1; : \ Yuba county, scale attach 1 ti c.- leaf, 1,: Love puts tic .. j
: i woi.d; l :i i.: 'joa
I : of Sacramento: ,jit afterwards goes through a trans : ,
: Will j Morton I' And makes
---- I I After Damages the IL::::I. '.- rtir;
i format
j of Horticultural[ 3 3i ion and ,
The The emerges do a whitev'fly. A sensational i! Love is like "I
good I tht.! .
roads
bill of Senator Adams j W. Harney, a !' case growing out of i j Ooa-
ies
providing for the creation of tax : i i the special election is the suit for But I can't swm: rr': :
commissioner, I, .
We
road districts and withdraw most: heartily and sincerelyo I t SK'.U'M' Q for slander or !
building ] defamation
of roads was in Marysulle! "I of < Brakeman r
by use of funds arising because i hope that the correspondent of the character brought by Gus Proves a Hero /5
from the j A. :
hire
of convicts, passed the i the white fly, a I: 1 Bee is utterly mistaken in his diag-. I one of the defeated \Ionon'l I A wire from Wilkes BarrP ,.
senate Mon | of ;
day. banks 75 which) is mystif i- ,i nosis and that the "white fly" h e I state I says that by
senator jumping
i i < authorities. against John F. Jack- from the ten
rived I speaks of is not the dreaded white's'' one of our prominent der of a Delaware! Lackawanna and r
clients in you find yourself;; fly of Florida, the aleuroides, for '' Pinnell citizens. 'I Western \'
locomotive
Governor it: i iI' and Son
Broward has i are as it ran
the legisla ; your garden," sal dlhas' attorneys for the alongside
ture much. proven the worst and 'plaintiff I I Toby's ('
for his most pertinacious and the Creek this
drainage scheme, but the I Harney case promises to attract morning, Wil ; of
., amusing thing about the whole matter I.I in Texas j j;'j "take a careful to the look Bee( I'has foe of the Citrus tree that: I j ] wide attention on account of the-, liam Beeseker a brakeman, saved ,i 7" t<.

is that: neither the governor \ ; i! yet been heard of, except it prominence, ;;i of the 1 the life of a four-year-old boy, who gl,
nor p&rties.-Le"y
ue : your orange trees. the
Mexican J
good I had fallen ,
orange worm. j
Times-Democrat.
legislature into the p
found it out until last 1 tiny, i creek and IMS. i being -
I pure white If it prove that this 1 ; t 1J
week.Pensacola Journal. ) j really be the oorne away by the swift
x I side of current
the leaves,
.., |Ij i that i white fly then it behoves the horn. Don't Pay Alimony Beeseker's attention was attrjstfed
Senator The your trees cultural commissioner of Yuba coun-I.to be' divorced from by the shrieks of J
Lewis i several
your
W. Zim is one of i the new pest:' There appendix. women who
South, ty to use the most will be no occasion were tht
the true blue democrats of too i ; white strenuous efforts i keep your bowels for it if you running along the shore abreastof J
fly is such
pres f during a to stamp it out : regular with Dr, the
ent legislature. He was the author !; the growing of Cit- thoroughly and efi i King's New Life Pills. Their action is boy. Shouting to his engineer tho
of the resolution endorsing church i J abandoned fectually, no matter what the cost i! :so cause gentle that the appendix never has to put on speed, Beeseker jumped {. taua
Bryan It is to make
the
thanks be. least
and he has voted on the side of democracy to ; pest has been] may No halfway measures i, Guaranteed[ : by Tydings & Co.complaint, from the tender into the creek when -
should drug-
erally
be gists. ::
get tolerated the
in practically l for an instant 25c. Try them. locomotive arrived ml
every j opposite the
measure m -
they conservatory plants Wonderful )
that has come up.-Pensacola Jour are j I attack The most heroic measures must be Eczema Cure boy, and swam to reach him. 1
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the
conservatory
r. n I.fl' Gospel adopted and
vigorously I After
[ pressed to a ,, President seeing that the youngsterall .--
Roosevelt
:; ity of the sorts of shrub successful will attend the r
1 conclusion. An industry funeral of Mrs right Beeseker dried his clothes veJ
i fruit
fl' il i ; trees that is bringing into the state ev0' )hio. this afternoon.McKinely at Canton. by the )locomotive fire and went on : elol
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frj.i. Local and Personal Mrs. Arthur Cobb is visiting; hr !! i Fiorida Vegetable GrowersIn

mother in Citrus county. I as ,: a write-up of the Florida vegetable -

t :Mi-. J. J. Sioan of Albany, Ga., is Dr.. Thomas K. Slaughter of Let m ti growers. the Jacksonville Metrop-

i;.> says the following of some of the
- 1 visiting her sister, Mrs. J. G. Spurlin. was among our Tuesday visitors.
I 1p J Marion; county growers:

Mr. Joe White has returned home
',I's. Q-'incy E. Peacock is visiting; At Reddick
from a visit to his D'O sisters!:: at 1 I Ileddick
ulaihes at 'il1i-ron! for a couple of I twenty-three miles from

Plant City. week, I I Inl' s Micanopy! has some fine land and i iud

> l them DeVbreA
I r growers among
Sri:': Virgie Haddock of Live Oak ;
Mr. Sam Baroo came ;in :>estenia : Peck, with twenty-five acres of
i ,is ?It' attractive guest of her cousin, :
afternoon from Colton Plant' for a / is ans, five acres of tomatoes and otb-
:Ml-h j Rhoda Liddon. i I I ii t
!. short visit. ne .- vegetables; C. iL Cam, thirty
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fire :.UMVS of tomatoes, five acres of cukes
:Mrs. Arch Mclver of Irvine isi i ,
i Miss Agnes Arnold of Leesburg i 'Ire I I I 't f ft .ml five acres of beans; Z. A. McClu-
spending a short while with friends I' 1 11 ll
arid relatives in Ocala. i I; visiting her friend Miss Mary Gas. t + r l) I 'I I I I 1 t <.aIl, tomatoes, peanuts and corn; G. ,

for a few days. !i :1. Long twenty acres of beans; J. M. ;

. I Ii Sherouse, tomatoes; H. P. Billingsley,
Mr. and Mrs. Joyce and baby have I + I q
:Major and Mrs. Thomas H. Hah-> I r r I II of '.
yen tomatoes and thirt
acres
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mO\ed from the first ward into
lr'l will leave the last of this week fur : a rue of '
I l'f ob II acres peanuts. ,
R. C. Loveridge's cottage in the ,
Indian Springs Ga., where tht'Y:1;:
j f ward. I 6&& At Orange LakeAt ,
," spend the summer. I
I i Orange Lake is C. C. Waits merti'mt .

Hiss Mary McCredie of Micanopyis 1 : and grower of twenty acres of
her Mrs. II. G. McDa- i The Metropolitan Band will give a :j They usually want
visiting aunt I !U-ans, now shipping, twenty-five !
- i concert Thursday night at 8:i0 froi.i .
i! vid, and her sister Miss Jeannette .
.cres of watermelons, ready to ship
the band stand. Program will appear ,: / something from
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: 1 McCredie. : t ; about June 1st to 10th; D. II. Burry, I"
in tomorrow's issue.
merchant and grower, who has seven
y I the i
'.' II. Ford has returned paniry
George : \ acres of beans and seven acres of tomatoes -
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The editor of this paper lost his': ,
t home from New York, where he has pocketbook about the middle of April i '" i now shipping; C. E. Corke, I

been for several weeks on a businessI of beans and three
f i' .You remember the hunger had thirty acres and a
and it was restored to him yesterday. you I
\ half acres of tomatoes C. O. Scott
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minus the :
Everything was intact -Ho'me cooking counts for;
I eighteen acres of watermelons, ready

Mr. B. \V. McDonald, a well known | money. i; 4 in the child's health do not imperilit i for market about June 1st to 10th,

-1 i' r-r living between Ocala and Sil- I
also! beans and other
vegetables.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson of Apop- I sMcirtosh
UT Springs was in Ocala Monday with alum food by the use of poor.baking powder. :
ka have been spending a few days Growers

-i.?1.; with a load of cantaloupes for sale. in Ocala with their parents, Mr. and j Have a delicious, pure, home made muffin, cake or biscuit ready when they I At McIntosh J. P.-Harvard has fifty


Mrs. William McKinley, widow of Mrs. J. W. Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. :I come in. To be sure of the purity, you must use acres of watermelons, six acres of tomatoes

I five acres of beans; R. A.
Thomas Barnes. i .
1 :'" tK 1 martyred president, and who was II
ii I Carter, three acres of beans, tomatoesand
ffricken with paralysis last Thursday, i i D I
Mr. Thomas H. Harris will return| { a fine orange grove; J. C. Miller, ,
died at her home at Canton, Ohio, I U'&LBAKING
unday afternoon. home Friday. He has had a big time 4 n I beans, tomatoes and cantaloupes; A.

and had not business urged him hone'! Wingo, beans tomatoes, cukes and

he would have taken a wagon trip i j 4p ;squash. 4
x Mr. W. T. Mcllwain has joined bus .

J family at Latimer, S. C., and this through New Mexico. ,i p Royal makes a difference in your home-a difference in youriieaItti

; week they will go to Jamestown to a difference in yon cocking. i A Frightful Runaway .
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little --
Mrs. Clifford Anderson and
: bend a few days at the exposition
son are in Ocala. having come up''' Tuesday morning about ten o'clock
home. r riTira'A
before
1 returning ROYAL is absolutely Pure. I
I from Holder Tuesday. Mr. Anderson J the fine double team belonging to the

I :Miss Margaret Peace returned will come up from the mines later onto i ". '"' ,' I G. A. Carmichael & Son Company's
j J !m 3 :+ ise f! 'Y.?:: ETTHE i
home Monday afternoon from Mican join them. ; I establishment was preparing to delIver

__ -, a wagon load of packages for the
OilY, where she went to be present at --
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3 i the funeral of her father, who died The Bartow Record gives Mr. H. DEATH ANGEL BUSY I .1i' "Dunnellon short." Just as the team
j: U ii ( h.'i"i:irat1nan'l hk! d..ih: Death of E. L. SnOwden
of the Bradley FertilizerCompany I got in front of the engine Oklawaha -
D. Bassett on
last at High Point N. C. II
Monday
I was nut unexpected.Mr l.I l. :.Mr. E. L. Snowden, one of Lake

credit for the big purchasethat The Death Angel was very buy in I : :. B. A. Weathers of this city was Citj's most prominent citizens died avenue, the pole to the wagon

\ \ISI; Annie M. Sharpe of this city, company recently made near Ocala and this neighborhood on S'm- with her brother at the time of his j: at his home in that city Friday night, came loose and frightened the horses

whrf taught the past term at Washington that city. day and Monday, and i I'I'i and they tore up Oklawaha avenue at
ruthlessly cut ii>'uti.! and! a ended the funeral, as after an illness of about three months.Mr. .
Seminary in Atlanta, will down the lives of several little I a terrific rate of speed. The horses
i. ones | ( 'a aifu :\il'\ and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk Snowden was born at Eutawville.S. ,
spend the summer in Atlanta with Mr. Paul C. Davis came up fromTan'.1 and two of our older citizens. In consequence and family.! I had not gone a great distance when
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; C. and 56 of
I was years age at the
Mrs. Robert Taylor and children at"t.i yesterday to spend a shor many of our people are in the end of the pole struck the groundand
I time of his death.
2 sI" Piedmont avenue.Messrs. while with his Ocala friends and to mourning and to the beraved familieswe Mrs. Mary Ann Barnes_ threw too vehicle high into the
married
He was August 18, 1SS6 f'
look after his business interests in extend sincere air and tossed the driver from his
our sympathies. This aged woman died at the residence to Mrs. Jennie Ives, who died in July.
Martin and Cam have pur- this city. seat, causing him to turn a complete P
of her daughter, Mrs. Counts LKtf.;
chased the northwest corner of the double somersault.: He fell, striking
Dorothy Bishop Sunday and was buried at the Barnes he was survived by his mother,
ZeRutt lot and some day expect to Mr. II. Dove Allison is back from his head on the pavement, but the falldidn.t
After a brief illness litt'e Dorothy family burial grounds Monday morning Mrs. Lilla Snowden, of Jacksonville,
erect a handsome building thereon. Coleman, Lady Lake and other vegetable phase him. He picked himself ,
Bishop died at an early hour Monday Rev. R. V. Atkisson of this city three sisters Mrs. C. C. Archibald of
This property faces the governmentlot points south. lIe says that he up and made immediate pursuit after
morning her death being the resultof conducting the funeral services. Daytona, Mrs. George Nelson of Sum-
and will some day be one of the purchased two carloads of melons at the horses, and succeeded in captur-
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measles and pneumonia. Mrs. Barnes was tbe widow of the terville Mrs. Walter Hawkins of Jack-
most valuable pieces of property in Lady Lake but that at Coleman the ;ing them before they had gone a very
The little one was nearly two yearsof late Thomas Barnes, who was one of j I sonville; two brothers Dr. R. R.
Ocala. prices of vegetables, especially of tomatoes great distance. The wagon struckone
age, and tbe youngest child of Mr. our early citizens. He was a member Snowden of Lakeland and Mr. B. Z.
are beyond his reach. of the big oak trees with great
and Mrs. J. Walter of the first board of Snowden of Orlando. Besides
Mr. Lancaster, who has Bishop, and was county commissioners I thesehe
Forney violence, and the shock broke every
I : the pet and joy of the household. Her I after the organization of Marion leaves two stepchildren. Dr. Cro-
clerk at the
efficient
ben: the day Among the visitors to Ocala on jug and bottle in the load and spilt
death leaves a terrible void in her pa- county, and was a prosperousand nin Ives of Tampa and Mrs. Maude
-OJrala for time willor.
House some past Tuesday was Mr. F. Z. Wellhorner of [the contents into tbe new gutters on
I rents' hearts. progressive farmer. Mrs. Barneswas Douglass of Lake City, and a niece.
of the New De-
June 1 take
< charge Grahamville and he left a new minted this avenue. It is estimated that fif-
Mr. and Mrs. Bishop. accompaniedby something over eighty of Miss Alice Ezelle, of Lake City.
years
Soto Hotel at Tampa, next to the dollar on our table for tbe continua- ty gallons of whiskey were destroyed.The .
their two other little children took age and settled a few miles south of Mr. Snowden and family were for
hotel in that
the
Tampa Ray largest I tion of the Ocala Banner for another driver was unhurt, but both
lose Mr. Lancas- the remains of their little one to their I Ocala before the city was founded. many years residents of Ocala and
We to
city. regret He likes
.4 period of twelve months. :
h .\i 4 but him old home at Crystal River on the af- I She was stricken with paralysis five his friends here learn with- sorrow of severely
, -er as a citizen congratulate the paper, and like a great many oth- I
ternoon train and the funeral was { years ago, and has ever since tbat his death.
en his new undertaking. ers, could not well do without it. witnessed the runaway and several
held there Tuesday from the home of 'II time been confined to her chair, and
other vehicles were on the avenue at
Harry Rubin, who graduated from I Mrs. Bishop's father, Col.! Nic Bareo. died of old age. She leaves a son and '
We are under obligations to Mr. A Family ReUnionMr. the time, but gate the fleeing horses
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I daughter, Mr. Thomas Barnes and
the Ocala High School Friday night: '
tbe: right of way.
first
W. II. Clark for the cantaloupe I
and who was one of the most thoroughly A. P. Stuckey, Jr. Mrs. Counts, and many grandchildrenand and Mrs. M. R. Liddon have had
we have had the pleasure of eating The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
liked members of the class other relatives to mourn her de- as their guests for the past few days
this season and can testify to its delicious f Mason Tison's Horse.J. .
P. Stuckey were grieved to learnof
mise. Mrs. J. A. Freeman
left Saturday for his home at Dunnel- the and her children,
Qualities. We give out the death of their only son, A. P.
I their other married
his daughter Mrs.
lon. He was accompanied by pointer that the example of a goodman I Mason Tison, 'ormerly of this
( father, Mr. M. Rubin, who came up I Stuckey Jr., which occurred Sundayat The Presbyterian Social Mozo, and her two little daugmers of
but in business in
cannot be followed too early or city, now engaged
I their home at Spring Park, near
to attend the commencement exer- Owing to sickness in the family of Jacksonville, and their twin daughters Ocala has fine
often, and Mr. Clark is a mighty good [ recently acquired a
I tnis city. He was eighteen months of
Misses Kate and Sue Liddon.
cises. man. Mrs. C. C. Todd the church social that trotting horse, "Football," which ia
I and had been sick for
some
age very
They be
came especially to
was to have been held at her home presentat said to be as fine as any horsefleshin
1 I time, and for several days before the
the graduating exercises of the
Thos. II. Harris nephew of A. E. last .
week was postponed until Monday Florida.
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crowd of people enjoyed --
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jelly young :
end death
came was momentarily ex-
Harris of Lake Creek, left Saturday a very delightful straw ride!; afternoon. These teas are given Ocala High School last .Friday night :Mr. Tison, who was in Gainesville
pected. He was a bright and attractive -
fotis! home at Ocala Fla., after several and picnic at Silver Springs last regularly every month by the ladiesof when their sister, Miss Evelyn Lid several days ago, states that the
baby and bis death is an almost
weeks visit to his uncle. Mr. night. The weather now is conducive'to 'I bldw the church and are pleasantly in- don, was one of the graduates. In horse has a record of 2:06() in harness,
overwhelming to his fond '
pa
home-coining'
honor of their
Mrs. Lid
Harris was well pleased with his visr I formal affairs. Dr. and Mrs. Dodge
very enjoyable out of door evening rents. They carried the remains of and that he will pnt the animal on the
don entertained few friends
. it and promises to return at no greatly outings and this jolly party had a big I their darling one to Dade City to lay were present at :Mrs. Todd's, and added a and relatives track for a purse cf $tOO next Satur

i ] distant date.-Seymour (Tex.) time. Mrs. Albert Davis chaperoned j the little form beside that of his their share to the charming pleas- most several days ago, and it was a day. The event will transpire on the
delightful affair. The reunionof
j Banner.Mits the I ures of the afternoon. Mrs. R L. Anderson Ocala track and is creating a great
party. who died several
brother, years ago. this pleasant family has been a
i ,and Mrs. W. W. Condon as- deal of interest between the sports
I source of much delight to them andit
Marguerite Porter returned sisted Mrs. Todd and an unusually men throughout that section of the
Mrs. Townley Porter was the host Mr. J. D. Ferguson will be a great sorrow to them
tome Monday afternoon from Tuscaloosa large number were present.In state.-Gainesville Sun.

Ala., where she has been attending ess of the Reading Club Tuesday af-I, It is with unfeigned sorrow that I the dining room ice cream. sher- when they are compelled to disperseto Mr. Tison tells us that the race

This the largest meeting "I their several homes.An .
the Baptist Female Collegefor ternoon. was this paper announces the death of Mr. bet and cake were served by Misses above spoken of Las been indefinitely -

the past year. Miss Porter won that the club has had in some I J. Donald Ferguson, which occurredat Rexie Todd, Music Bullock, Mabel postponed.

I n-unths and it was very greatly en- bis home at Oldtown Monday Approaching:, MarriageMr. .
the medal in her music class for the Meffert. Alice Sexton and Ruth Nel

year, and as the class was quite a joyed. Current topics of interest I morning at S o'clock. The funeralwas Thomas, C. Bailey, formerly of Florida Crop Conditions.

large one the honor was all the great- were discussed, and Macauley Car-;! eld Tuesday morning at 9 o'clockat son.Miss Mnsie Bullock and Miss Rexie this city, and Miss :Mary Addle Ilub- Reports recieved from the agents
and
er. Her friends congratulate her on lyle and Ruskin were studied Fellowship, Rev. Z. A. Crumpton, Todd delighted the guests with sev- bard of South Carolina will be married and correspondents of the bureau of

d '' her! success.Riv. selections read from their works. officiating.Mr. eral delightful recitations. on the seventh of July at the statistics in the state of Florida show

' J Ferguson was the son of the conditions in the state ,
home of the bride. Miss Hubbard tte following
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: Mr. S. T. Sistrunk clerk of the circuit late Neil Ferguson, one of the pioneer -
C. C. Carroll of this city who
spent last winter in Ocala, the guestof on May 1: Irish potatoes, 67; strawberries
court, is now moving into his offices this and Santather-Smoak
settlers of county. one
returned to Florida last week from her relative, Mrs. Feltham, and 6S; pineapples, C 3; orange
I in the new court house. He of its most honored and esteemed citi Monday afternoon Mr. Homer San-
Virginia and Louisiana, made the baccalaureate made many pleasant acquaintancesand trees, 63; lemon trees 65; lime trees,
moved his big safe yesterday and to of Georgia and :Miss
aer BurtonStroak
address on Friday eveningto zens.Mr. l' friends here who are glad to C3; grapefruit, 63; peaches, 45; pears,
I say that it was done under the supervision Donald Ferguson was born in of this city were married in
tho class of the St. Augustine C3

graduating know that she will return to Florida 40; cow peas, 74; cabbages ; watermelons

school and presented the di1pVmas ofIr.: Donald :ilclver is I this county about thirty-eight years Judge Bell's office at the court house to reside. CS; cantaloupes and muskmelons -

enough to say that it was done with and was married to Miss Kola by Mr. E. T. Williams; acting as notary
to the graduates. The ago pasture,70.-
Times-I Mr. Bailey is the eldest son of Mr. 63; and: spring
out injury or defacement of any kind I Sistrunk seventeen years ago. He is public.
I lion of Sunday says that _
I any Mrs. J. E. Bailey,. old citizens of Crop Reporter.
r&l enlivened the evening by to the new building. survived by his wife and two beautiful The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
anum-I' Ocala. He is a young man of many

ber of outbursts of real wit and bright little boys and a large j Mrs. J. I* Smoak and is very young, splendid qualities, and is. now con "Our little boy bad eczema for five

the opening remarks and followed It is sweet to see brethren dwell together number of relatives in this city and b.;.n; only seventeen years of age Cum years" write N. A. Adams. Henrietta
I nected with the er Phosphate Pa. "Two of oar home doctors said
them by some wholesome and pros in unity like Brothers Harris i in the county. : T -- /i-.f groom is' a stranger here and Company, and is located in Alachua the case was hopeless, his lungs being

I Ocala's two bright inherited the splendid: will take his wife to his then employed other doc-
4 table suggestions to the young graduates and Bittinger, of Mr. Ferguson Georgia" county. He has the very best.wishes affected. We resulted. By
in a Texas town of his parents, and there was home. Tbe friends of the bride tors, but n.o benefits 1
after which to distributed the papers. If they were qualities young of his Ocala friends on his approaching chance we read about Electric Bitters.

t much coveted diplomas. On Sunday now, the single star would be spot. no better citizenthe county. He will be very much surprised to learnof marriage.WANTED bought a bottle 'and'soon'noticed iza-.

morning Mr. Carroll preached the 1 ting the Banner all the time.-Tampa has bea3:-. ?g 5tratWn...officer for the her rjarriage; as; EQ cse knew that : provement We contlauedtW3 used,
cine until several JxjUles were
baccalaureate sermon at Stetson University I Tribune. Yes, it is much better to county for the past several years -and she :>-contemplating, such a step, -A;-;secand:4d'raller- Then our boy'was: completely'eurOO."' )

DeLand and it :was a very i be spotted with stars than va3i'-diug; <
swatted '" ,' '- .. ._ '.''.'.'.' ,. .. .... building heath mI s. ..\ .
I sine .
had been ill life. f '
eloquent effort . l with other things. Mr. Ferguson .. ?-,. .:=_ ..- ,-- ,= ;. g".Jn.' .O' --..' ; --- -! !:r'.- &'Cos. drug store; "SOcr la '







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4..o.o.o.4o t.o+toooeooo.a+a.o. 4.oofw+os+. e++ *. thy Major Izlar delivered the medal!. f i

0 >_ This medal, as we stated Friday .,

TEN GRADUATESBid :\: morning, was given by Dr. \\". t'.

: Lindsay for the best average: in :,1'-

> a:'ship and deportment for the t -pt !? X"C

0* 4f t: in the high school department, ..r-i

} Farewell to Their Scl ool )D;>I's in the Ocala lIi h f0>: was won by :Miss Helen Brown. \\'hd! Our advertisement next ; ,' 1

: School Commencement EXL.isf.vUnuoualiy r : average was Pfi -;'-60. The oti! .l': v
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:: of the "L.sr: &ix"of 'ho Oca'' :,-:: y \

Fine :I: School. a>: Majoi IzLlr called! rtI': ';:. B YI week in this paper will > ,:, y ,

+.* and their aurastwon' as 'Ilill\\} > :

;.e. .oo+oaoeo.co.oae..oo' aged..rt 3ZOet .oaooo+a.o o Ellen Clark on. :X; ">,I-t1'; : Ma'HT' "- expose the real reasons why' !

: Those occupying seats on the platform t-'vens. was read by Ib" San; ;ey, and, (: ford. yO 40-1.;'>: Carl! L> t".f. :11; .!:'-'; ':

caused a ripple of an*-ihmt to paour Edwin Spencer, 10 ;>: -'j"Robeit' : Anderson -
the commencement
Friday night at .' the audu-nce. 96G1!; ; !. the l kind of tobacco used in "Schnapps"has .., -7
the ten graduates.
exercises were I t'1
: The prophesy of. the class:: b;y.: The dip' Dlas were dd titf-rt'il to iho

_' Professor Workman, ProfessorMatics s I Brantley Weathers was a-= goou a pre graduates by Mr. W. D. Cam. !up-i- the natural stimulating qualities that i 1

Mr. R. L. Anderson, Dr. W. F''i Iphesy I as'e have ever had. The, ;, intenrtent of public instruction f-u' $ !

Yocum, Major 1... T. Izlar, Supt. W. [>I. speaker was entirely at his ease and Marion com:y. Mr. Cam. in present! gratify the hunger of chewers, and at less .1,;

; Cam, Rev. W. H. Dodge and Rev. R. described in flowery language his | mg these: diplomas, made a few well :

width of the, !; gliding over the limpid waters of < chosen remarks.
the
Across 1
V. Atklsson. than all other kinds of tobaccos.
church was a" large black banner, inscribed beautiful Silver Springs, and as in :a j i The benediction was pronounced by ;, cost ,f ,

in gold with the class motto: I dream he saw himself sink to the bat-:'j Re,'. R V. Atkisson. and tics; conclul: '' rr iI

"Vincit Omnia Veritas." Large bowl torn of the boiling! spring, and foundshinv i ed one of the most :sueo'ssfiu; com" Steadily increasing sales indicate + if J

F of magnoila and brown-eyed Susanf ef! seated in a chair hewn from] i mencc-r.ieut exercises:: :; e\u h'id in.: '

with a number of beautiful pot plantscompleted : the rocks at the bottom of the pool 1: Ocala.a is in the chewing. p- "
I proof
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the decorations. As he was seated thus and mutiny" : Notes i, .,
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t1'cli The class of 1907 will go down iJ n[ i i figure all in black seemed to rise b 5The usher: were the &!\ f:il'-"\';a.-r! : t 4' l i

of the largest and fore him, handed him a scroll and uis;' High School! boys: Ben Todd.! C'a- 1
history as one I
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brightest classes that have left thi appeared: as suddenly as he ha-1 come !: i.'f.ceIt f.\.l't. Robert Anderson, l aj\1; ; .' j,

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institution. The audience that greeted : j. After surmising as to what cod; : peg sand: Phil Robinson and Marion; I'1 ,.

them Friday night was an evidence sibly be upon the scrooil he opened i it ,I lu their coat lapels: they wore !ti.l'L J. a 1 h ter, L .

of their popularity, and of the interest i up, and lo and behold: spread beforehim ', and gold: roMttes.1 the class color. i

. that is taken in the school. Every: I was the tuture of tbe class: 0 f i| Mis A. L. Izlar played the piano "

k, seat in the main building and the annex l- 19t,;. :I accompaninifiits for the s-"ngs, ant:1.

was occupied: and every: aisle was: First he saw that Harry RulJili. n'Mr.V.: \\". Condon the \ 't11in.! while ;:
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; : crowded, as well as the doorways had graduated with first honors 11'Mr.I Gco. \\". )h rtn and DV. Fred Ba! j

' ._, Not only was the audience a large the John Hopkins University, and ,I lock assisted the! school! iwi heir sins' ,' I }

one but was in every: respect a representative 1was one ot the most famous physicians : i i. 'USi1 i, t

-; one. and surgeons in America. Ll Each meiLiiTs of the srainatius

: Hon. R. L. Anderson presided, and cile Standley, the charming tocietj;' : class) recu\ed a large number of exquisite : ,
7 ar F' i'; .'' jh (tilt !
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;. ",,. 71 after the invocation by Dr. Dodge ant 1 girl was married and mistress of a flown- and lovely! g.fts.; which! i R. J. % -

[' ., a lovely piano solo by Miss Hope home of her own. Daniel Capplemau.or .1 i were presented to them at t.-y con' RCYII"If: '/ -.i r

': Robinson, the first speaker: Daniel or Professor Cappieman, &s he va< (.h'bioii iH the progl\llil. 1 Tcbac c Company S1&I,;; !p \

<, Cappleman, was introduced. The subject them, had made a great stir in educational ,I '

: 'y too ''Aug-us tan circles and was then the
; of his esay was at GOVERNOR BROWARD MAKES A !: \Vinsfon-Srsem.! 1

' Age of American Oratory." lie han- head of education in the South. He .' BLUNDER 1I' ;I I t$ *a&ssasjfam i

: dIed his subject well, and his oration was loyal to his own state and had: : N. Ci 'j, Y r v, i i!
; \ it \1'ttt rr. : ttl N:1fr1t
I ) ;\ k elett'j\ ( NI r1
a showed deep thought and pre- accepted the position as president o q1i ftsrK > 5 I This morning I introduce you toe ,: JW6 % S .
; He touched on the splendid the Florida University. He that '"'.. -
saw
r paration. And o f 'fs3
e I Mr. Broward of Jacksom'ille. L> gt} M* b 4 rfJ: !
t. orators of ancient times, finishing r Jessielu Martin had realized th t
J. Governor Broward of Florida wear' \t' .'
famous orators, andwhom l dream of her -- -- .
up with our own youth, had gone abroad I I I
to sleep .\"esterdalong enough fOJI r ,
' be eulogized in eloquent lan to study music, had met a vicount and I Talmage in one of his:; :imoiis once
: i Mr. Broward of Jacksonville to get t t.I
guage. was happily married and wearing her tersely said: "How am 1 to know that :
:' the gubernatorial ear, and- OcoIa House Wine00
S.
f He was followed by Miss JanetAVeathers honors in her foreign home with becoming The Jacksonville charter bill wa the upper forces were on the side of )

t-' r whose essay, "The City dignity. the American nation?" "By the history I

l ": Beautiful," was filled with beautiful Evelyn Liddon, whom her classmates vetoed. ," was his answer, of more than I -- TIY t ten
,
The governor of Florida did wrongto
thoughts, beautifully expressed and loved to tease as the only en an hundred years." Revolutions start I!
r" listen to Mr. Broward of Jackson-
t beautifully delivered. She spoke of gaged girl in the class, had married ing from the point of John Hanocck's OLD LLEGHANY
I Mile..
\ the beauty in art, the beauty in poetry the ]lover of her youth during the first pen in Independence Hall, Philadelphia -I j
I I. By doing so he placed himself in a'
w and many of the beautiful cities vacation and was as happy as the in 177C. Colonies without ammunition i

t of our country, dwelling particularly days were long. I false: position. without guns, without ships, i
Mr. Broward of Jacksonville is a
on the beauties of Washington which He saw Caroline Pasteur as a politician, who was a member of 1 without trained warriors, without one 1 1a PURE RYE.

r by many js regarded as the most great and noted lecturer on the subject faction. famous general at the start without I I

.
i beautiful city in the world. She concluded of Woman's Rights, etc., and no- prestige, without foreign friends. On
This faction control of the
t. by begging that everyone ted that she was billed to deliver a I of Jacksonville got and has government ru tae other side the mightiest nation of Put 4 full Qts
up
t: would do his or her duty in making lecture in the magnificent Osceola the earth with the greatest armies I .
led the city through the board of
Jr Ocala beautiful so that before long and the grandest navies and the most
House
Opera Ocala.
and
at was delighted I t
j bond trustees which is a pure oligarchy in Cartoons
1 she will become famous as the "City at the of famous commanders and ammunition Fancy
prospect having a 'I
I with power to perpetuate itself inoffice. I
Beautiful. inexhaustible and nearly all the worldto
good long chat with the friend of his .
To Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle and back them in the fight. What I Delivered at
i jyomh. It was Governor Broward's duty to your
Liddon assigned' ] nothingness against what [ I'
: Miss Evelyn were 'j i Misses Janet Weathers and Minnie! I free the people of Jacksonville from immensity i
: the pleasant task of reciting. Both Lee Carlisle I American prospects down to zero at j i
i were conductin a modern J Office -
i i the rill,:> of these despots who are not Express
tore in their class the reputation of and elegant school I the first must sink still lower by the
for
private
( responsible to the people, because of
being elocutionists of no mean ability, ladies and quarrels of our generals and by the I
young were meeting with
j this stlf-pcrpetuatmg: attachment.
y and Friday night they proved their abundant success. Edwin jealousy of little successes, and by ]? 83.20Regular
I Spencer i: The bill passed by Farris and Buck- Of
Miss Carlisle winters that
claim to this distinction. Colonel surpassed all their predecessors -
I was now Spencer. and as a '
man made the board of bond trustees
recited "The Vagabonds." Owing in depths of snow and hor-
.
: I lawyer his fame had gone out to every | a body more powerful than it is
now,
!' to an intensely and painful sore ror of congealment. $ J LOO
part of the country and his services I but it provided for the election of its a Quart Whiskey; write for ..
throat her voice was not as loud and'
;; in matters legal were in great
.: J but in of this i members by the people. Price list
complete
.. distinct as usual spite
demand. He had just then gone to !
.; drawback she did unusually well. Yet Governor Broward vetoed this The anti-rebate bill has passed the
,:- Washington to argue the case of the j t bill. Ii
t Miss Liddon had chosen her selection senate.
/ as
Sumter County Oil Company 'vs. the j I I take the liberty to say that thegoernor I I

:: ., Father" Ryan's beautiful "Socr I state of Florida. Himself he depicted |i did wrong because the prin- I OcifiaFause Wine Rooms
turne, and she recited it in aoice
;as a bald-headed man who had grown i{ cipie of democratic government which A Momentous Question. !

of sweetest intonation and simplicity. I|old gracefully and without "What's ail that noise in the cord j
regrets.
GALA
I ne violated by his veto is greater than I FLORIDA.John I
In Mis Caroline Pasteur's essay, ] dor?"
The class will was a very witty production all questions of policy and expediency I -"..->._- -
: "Gifts to Education'she treated particularly I 'That's the family of the accusedman I -- -- --- ---- !
and was well read by Harry which have his action. -- --- -- -- -
may prompted I
'. of money gifts and recounted II trying o decide what tbe ;plea I II f
the wonderful good that these Rubin. The document was gotten up !i Mr. Broward has not the right to I In his defense will be Some of thorn B Stetson

magnificent gifts to humanity in help I in a strictly legal form, witnessed and I please his political friends at the sac- ; favor insanity others temporary aberration I University ll d= 4

ing along universal education had signed by the lawyers, and revoked I nfice or the impairment of the princi- a few prefer justifiable prove Four Collegeand Fire Technical Schools j

,; done. She mentioned Mr. Rockefel all wills hitherto made by the class. {! pie of government by the people, and tion, several insist upon self defense: J IK-LAX, FLO DA

I In the will each member of the class : which Governor Broward has preached two clamor for the unwritten law and Affiliated with the
ler's recent: gift of thirty-two million ( University of Chicago. i .
had willed his or her most precious from rostrums in every county in one wants a composite pica that will
dollars for educational and COLLEGE OF
;r purposes LIBERAL ARTS-The standards are those of the IV.ersity i-
possession to some member of the I!' this state. include all the other pleas.
also dwelt on the gifts of the Vander- II \ of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their
"What does the
degrees from both
prisoner sny':
junior class and the curious things I
His friends should have
i not asked
,: lilts, of Mr. Leland Stanford Mrs. "He says bo's in the hands of his Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.
that the writer made his classn'aiei-1:: | him to make this sacrifice if they did
Phoebe Hearst Dr. Pearson of Illinois -I I friends and lets it go at that."-Cleveland I COLLEGE OF LAW-Graduates of this College are admitted to -
'. give away were wittily and cleverly practice
and many others. Incidentally i'lain Dealer.A law in Florida without examination.
"I yield-ed I I II
described and much
laa
: she of the splendid public provoked ;;-- j I COLLEGE
VV : spoke I t I OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC'ARTS
that all ter and enjoyment. j I j did it without their importunities.i J l.e the Dentist. !i : -
schools are over our country :: on Mechanical Civil Electrical Engineering and :Manual
Training 1 kal!
". and hoped that before many years j! Miss Jessielu Martin saon' i' Broward and I have differed "Well. Mr.s F.uiR-icaii. h.>\' yet ball i ing to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment. courses

V bane passed there would be a well !i "F,>rtunc's Tide" was delivered in a aoout the form of government in Jacksonvi yure tooth pull'd :" I I'Yis COLLEGE OF
VV : I' BUSINESS-Banking in all its branch; 's. I>.."okk ,,:i.,'
j
an', b'voria. .p
equipped school in every village and I charming manner. She recited Ivr es- .: !lie forair.: I :" : th' joke ::; on titdinti.t by best methods. Shorthand and Typewiiunu] Klecuu.jii' .,
: :; ii;
r,, hamlet in our land. i| taand ustd no notes. Kt.r do'nerj!' We s.t..l::! ciiff\'r.; j!' other Departments. Large Faculty and 1Jil"
"IlI'O'h con.iuodiiMibui'u! !<
"The Winning of the West" was '! was splendid! and her fay was fU'i-d' It 1 )oklik; .- a ]W-al measure not up :! i PREPARATORY to".i n- '
i 1 "He lam:*> I fine thought Sht- hoped that ineomh..'': t 1 i.:: tliii: : paper but it is 1 : th f.. f
the subject that Edwin Spencer, Jr..jw'h j i \ alt:'. Prinnton. Cornell
.j b I ] Hlinit';' ; s:1' tli! Hirer1)1' 1'\1 I 5Iichix"in ChicagD au.l I :all' firs c'a--: I" ;!'(' -
chose: for his oration It was replete :'each member of tie! cla; s of 17 lnt. i iTi ;nearly kIt .::1 .;1 I :::11' !..:fe.Juigt'. ; NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS-I. Kihdin -' ,. z
:artta .L ;t :
would: the flood tide of their : -> j pr:1'i: : ,it' of the rule: of the : i'm jag: ':
with Knowledge and ro-earch. and he: grasp ptoji'e -- I '. :2. Primary and I
I In. UmuiPiar Scl.Vll in 1 ,
V h\ts In the is in it. : i- i, .. '.. .M.tiaimperially | : "' uij-li'i; 1'1.! ]I wr!.
and people anti tilts
T > recounted the many adventure, the ::; use it to the l 1t-'si: poib'e: ; ; : r ... '!-' jCCt, prepare Public S100'!
., : j iar'.ier'MUSIC : -.
terrible hardship? u::u the early pioneers ,. ad\.p'ace.! .. She sa..i ,that !5gnlftiaVin avay s sim-ral. LI'.L': r. .-.1.\1'-,1 i i SCHOOL ,
-A $1o.+""+ '
} I wi-.hilil:! ] f.'riiK ; ; ,'- : n' ', ,'.. ., ; y1.'t !? pe ord:: :, a iiU11 ;)...:. '. '
had to uii'ir-ii-'o in winning tluWest : clt'ryoite'.life! comes the Sooi! 'idf! r cnUi-ni: until!! I-; : s ij. i .t > 1::v-V 1: .ild.iii! taro
iaCilll .
thorough ,
) ciui-vb: of al ,
: : : }
for the rtnit'st nation in I the Iilwit:1:; : go1,l len OIliUl'tunii\ and 1.'ne t'i" \"o nhessae h..fq'" rt-.- '' 111111'-1 I '" t ..">o I'..",:I.! I llt'UT I I ART :
:
1!;i';l:' I I," ru; ; ,, !"II.t .' SCHOOLN1Stu.io.: (.o-ilyca---. i- I.d i Is. e' ;
tlv.th > '. T1S. !!'a'a-: '. ,' Sun. : : -.3.1 : ;: ; '
i world and he spoke in \vun': of eloquence hOjlj 1 nut a : .r ui t tl i.t' I Ii Stetson has
,' ; Little f't''I-l V\'(-.1:!. I ,1.1.: I!,' : !,1 lie I : a farmof!; !IN ; i roll' >>>or> .al i i in-:: ('!orT :. c/,; ; c
that should Lo ( ::1V. > WiVi'd Kt one! of ihe 1i
of the honor ji'-ci > j ..
r .i'opportunists
f -- -- -- -- i i. si'xvrj'..U" ',i t.".'It 'I...,c '" "-'\ ;' >'; r' i ui -us. from the rninr-iIY of (;:ie.tc:,:. Hanaid. .'.a'Vurcuid :' Da'r11:' ', t'olt-:
!' ;1
accorded to Getns;;<' Rogers Clarke, : :fcl.p:; fruit :''ir:.' j-ia-!>. \h'l! '> Ta'aha'e:: ... I II '
Sun.lr. in thi ,< Wake
J i j 4"I'J1t' V I i !it'a\ -a t<) bun t!| Font-t Lou> \!i'cnwdoin.! 1: IMI'!" Btci\l1'<: I In\--; : j

Daniel Boone and many others of the i JI i Tlv program was interspersed ,\ :th ('..<'..;,' L Ci.;:.'.- paper. pays its respects .1'; -Detroit li :' n.i'tGcod i of .Mn-hiij'in.; 1)._nui:un and o 11,,. r I !,:\ \.rsitu: The art .' '.!'.,
r i I V"' IJlIt' !::
; early pioneerMr. Spencer has the two son;;>) and. piano!) soi:ls Iy M's; : : aso: to Mr. Frank Walpoie of !Ii lyuildiur.s aud equipment: nearly
i i a quarter ii.Vi;: dollar C11rnf'IH. ,.'.
IV making of a splendid; orator. His Mary Burfcrd and Mary Oaes; tfo Manatee Record. The point of Piacs For Him I i ,uidowed library of
over n,0"Uolumes,
( ; a b.'av'i: j: chlfl! ,\j'11 yo.tly
i.-
voice is excellent, his manners graceful The baccalaureate !I S'i: rail--\V11t's! to be done with :t t
: i
,, ad'ires- was delivered r .s in i- thaT Mr. Waipale belongs] :: iifchiiig: including Mam..d glass:; ;
Jenkins sir1i.'s turued riite deaftemporarily. windows 7 nil; i'a.i.tings: a j>l I.""y}.n.> ':' ;
i
and and added to this he has ; '
easy : by Dr. W. F. Yocum of the M the aniL'Engie"political I I organ a UjnmaBium; with
I hupe. but still It's :r.vkward. i compk-tp appaia" : an endo'tdt1dtic. Fnininns !- :.
the distinction of being the leader University i of Florida. Dr. Yocum is dud oflital household. Mr. L'Engle is I I'' : tiac;'. ti-nnis bat t'V
cwirts. -ball
Ii know I diaiu-i.d
ju and; ',,
I'Propri.'or gridiron, b-i ie& .1. '
his class; his for the entire
average i a wry elegant speaker and he charmed certainly independent and unshackle -Wing, gulf
( Ot!, ; !iTuiaed: I rotting aud otter sports; separate buildings for ,
i imi anduu. :
term having been 9C SS-60.
his large audience Friday:: night. deaf has 1 ten large laboratories
: be? Then semi him to tbe fur Chemistry, Physics ,
r- The Class Histor was read by 5On!!! account of the of BaC'teriolory. Min :ralo"y :' ::. -
length the |
pro- customer complaint! counter.SmilesU Biology : s.-\-rai largo
I I nius.ums and shops; electric ligh::", electric b"l-l:
Lucile the Class j
Standley,
Prophesyby ; gram he said that he would not make'' Mr. Fairbanks i
Mr. Cannon, Mr. ; train heat n-nunt walks.!! hell roads, broad
Brantley Weathers, Jr., and the has address a long He nterrified."Georgie : avenues, spacious camp.hrubbvrv '.-.
one. was brief Root and :Mr. Hughes, as presidential I :. umi tr- ; M.i-ial, literary, musical
r Class Will by Harry Rubin. but very eloquent. He reduced the I why did you take those J and other students' clubs; star
possibilities. seem to: have subsided. hrture cutu's('*: ; Clisuuan and not
The history of each member of the cost of a child to its parents and to I pennies out of my purse!" and healthful sectarian teaching. The location is beautiful '
and the
expenses are low.
class from the time they entered the the state for school advantages and Good Words for Chamberlain's 1 wanted some candy mamma.
Cough "Do you know where little boys who 'i For ettaltn': s, MI-W.S: t"1'lh'ranll! ; i informaiion, address the Presiden "
sclool"as cleverly detailed by Miss Remedy
1 .. in answer to the question: Does it I II "
t I' Standley, and of their I steal pennies so? [; LINCOLN IIULIJ-:
many escapades pay? replied most emphatically. yes. A.M. Ph.D. DeLand Fla ji
I I People everywhere take pleasure in "To the peuuy-tentiary, I guess ; ,
t ;; long since forgotten were recountedby He told of the advantages of a child I testifying to the good qualities oJ mamml.-Dennr Post. :. r

-, her. Two members of the class, with a good education over an uneducated Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. Mrs. I -- -

t- Edwin Spencer and Brantley Weathers one, both as to their money value Edward writes: "I Phillips wish to tell of you Barclay that I ild.can, By the Old Piano. I| 1, -- 1- ___...

entered the school in tie firsts and their value to society, and recommend Chamberlain's Cough Jack-You are not playing very loud i

t grade, having as their teacher Miss consequently to the world. He urged who Remedy.is two My years little old girl has, Catharine been tak-, this evening? i LAKE WEIR SAND & STONE CO.

f Stevens, who is still a valued teacherIn the members of the class to be ambi- ing this remedy whenever she has hada Eva-No. 1 am afraid of disturbingthe ,

too school. One of Edwin:: compositions tious and to let nothing balk them in cold since she was two months old. neighbors. There are some keys I LA Ii EIEIH., FLA..
t
About a month ago I contracted a only touch at night >1f.\ .
! written in the first trade J striving for .
I a higher education.In dreadful cold
: t
myself
I but I took Jack-Ah, I see They are night keys. D filer m Sand and Manufacturer
t t and kept all this time by Miss Ste.t In the absence of Judge McCona- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was of Artificial Stonr.

,. = t for sale by all druggist m -Clllcaglews.. e

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II. A. Spentvr L. E. Lang J. A. BowlerAnrourcernert Postal I
Pcpartr-.ant Puts tie Sews sr. is g.iing to do either of these I hingIt: ..
h Tv.o at "Ncr:.ir:2i" Rate. is up to the resident

I IJ Po"Tua-:7er (.ieneral C'ortelrou! Now
0:1 It* and then we see a certain town
last day of his service; iu that pu iticn bounding forward like a loping jackrabbit !: d

;, issues] an ordor! withdrawing; secondcld on an Oklahoma prairie. Rut

s mail:! privileges from two mail order the town is not going forward just for
We have just purt'hd the splendidly rttuippf d
fun
publications. of very wide drcala1 any more than the jack rabbit. In
5 machinery plant of the Yon< e and Cline 'IIrnpan. !1 each case somebody has
; (\ L Th > tv. o cjoiuhli: ,i'lIihoufrom { put a persuader t

and solicit a share of the repair work of Marion and I II I .1 western city; had a combine J: in action and invariably it is 801lJt'oJy EXPRESS i '

adjoining counties. We make a specialty of repairing: i circulation; of wore than :U.OOO.GOO. They things who has an interest in seeing;
move. f f$9Q1
I L T gib'
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ste,m pumps} has engines. etc. I circulated at V cents a year whlcbrate ; I THE EMPEROR PENGUIN. Ts;

Let us quote you prices. I Sir. Cortelyou held to be merely I

II j "comiiial." The postmaster genera; I Queer Ways of This Great Polar Bird *
also held that the publications were L
and Its Young. -'
Ocala Gas primarily advertising sheets. "Not: birds #
Engine i many undertake to lay

I I It is understood that the postofflce their eggs In the darkness of a polar! : r t aq' y I

I department is after several other publications I winter nor do many birds appear to tt IDoz
CompanyMcMillan with merely nominal
r subscrip'ion think that sea ice is the not attractive II t '
I '; : rate, and more will lie heard very I ground to sit on. c ,, DELIVERED FOR

L ...... (..rIIWofJIJIIII11IV .Limri probably about this matter. :Meanwhile "When in addition to this.! writes.. l! -wr 00
iLe publisher of the two excluded __
: ierixlkaU Edmund 1.
A. 11'ilsou -
in 'flJ(> Voyage of -
: is threatening dire
vengeance the "
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.igaiust Mr. Cortelyou and other officials penguin hatching out its chicks in the jr ji

who. according to this publisher. ,! coldest month of the whole antarctic '

robbed the people of their favorite 1 I year when the I
Bros. mean temperature for j I j CHAS BLUM &
papers:' II the month is IS decrees below zer.i. F., I i COMPANY

I This incident is mentioned here just I and the minimum may fall to-CS de-t j ,

': to call attention to the recent remarkable j.. gT"es, I think we may rightly consider Jacksonville Fla.
Southern Works I
Copper the
bird to be eccentric. ,
growth of the so culled "mail or-1 I II j j
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I "The emperor penguin stands ==
!er" nearly
; papers. Of late i
a '
years surpris.UK -
4 '. four feet high and weighs i upward of j -
number of cheap, flimsy ill edited
Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills .' Mitvts: Lag been sent: broai'&st reach-1 I j eighty! to ninety pounds. He is an ex- ; l uG I
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in:: every tillage, crossroads and rural I I eeedingly I handsome bird with a rich :, IVE 11AVFURNITURE

and General Metal Workers.Old delivery farmhouse iu the cnuutry. black head, a bluish gray bark and ;

I TLe chief object of such publications. wings, a lemon yellow breast, with a i, i
-- ------- satinlike gloss
I i : on the feathers and
of
course, is to carry advertisements I a i i

.. ,..,. Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching I' from the mail order houses anal not to ;I brilliant patch of orange on the neck j i DEALERS 1 _

' through the country a specialty. Orders by: mail or I disseminate interesting reading mat- [ and lower bill. I It i ------ --
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wire will receive prompt attention at either of the I ter. The fact that the publications do t IIis movements are slow and FtateIT. 1 WE CARRY ,

follcwing works ... ... ... ... firiut some reading matter and are ostensibly and the dignity of his appearance i EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF
I' newspapers or magazines gives i is much increased by the upright: car !i I House Furnishings Parlor '
: glare of his head and bill. Suits ,
FAYETTE ILLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA .: them access to the mails at second '
"His Rugs, Art
( voif-e is loud and Squares and
class rates and in order to attain the I trumpetlikeand Mattings. In Leather, Upholstered and feed
JAGKSOr VILI.E. FI.A MOBILE ALA ;,II'Jb1t circulation possible they place I. rings out in the pai-k/: ice with a Bed I
| their note of Retinues that makes ou, strut Room Suits Dining Room
subscription rates just as low as Suits
,
._ ._ u .. : man is the real iutrudf". .
IVngtilnbare in
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i, Ull' Oitre.i Mahogony, Birch, Birdseye of all kinds
iN10010110 0104111N111N tl 10NR1N1110110111/N01111:, i i 'Ihe few pennies charged for such I no fear but au abundance of infjuisitivenoss. s; Maple and Oak. -Mohogany and Oak.China .

publications are : and will! w'lk! up t'> :t .
paid cheerfully by al-
THEN USE : I ini!i.a being and !'taud in rina Mission ond"Crockery
| a
WANT BIO CijOPS IDEAL FEijTlLlZE cost anybody: to whom the offer is V Furniture
i i i 1 presented. As a consequence the ad- around ]tin!. with an occasional r">uiirk i '' Complete line-Dinnec: Sets and
from one to the In all the different
other finishes
e J vi'itivemeiiN of the distnhic no Odd Pieces
big mail order
: OUR BOOKS Will TEll YOU : I, doubt the .
i houses in Chicago and other larger nature of this new and; upright I!

: 1 | .iti\\!(.> Chicago beinsr practically the i neighbor. I I I I
'FLOIUD."EGETABLES"A "IRISH! POTATOES"-Book
com-
on j! ticiial capital of such htJueare.: ,U:1-1 "The method! employed l'y the emperor : .All Kinds of
t Bed
: plete manual on Florida "Soi1. Seed Planting and CuItit'alion. 0 and Table Linens t
crops. j I i by millions of people.! These: advertiseicuit ppu :tin for carryL'jr the .>sri: Lace Curtains, Portiers
\ Effect of Fertilizers Digging : >> peui'trate to the remotest by- and chick upon, his feet i is sh.-wd :d lsrt''I and Upholstering Goods

J "FLOnIR\ ORAXGES"- of and Shipping" : j! was of the land. The townsman who by the king )penguin; of the v.ibant-: Heaters ::

i i special interest to orange grow. "PI EAPPLE FERTILIZIXG"-Of. j takes his liK-al weekly paper also takes arctic area as we saw in our visit; to ; RanGes Cook Stoves 1

a ers special interest to pineapple : r i tabs O!' more of these monthly ten rent their rookeries in the Mic<|narie ivlands. : Full Line of !L' })-tl! ,-11ate Pirturns: framed

gTowt'rs. : I 1 \ :is "The king penguin we sw :1<; he <:it I Full stock of
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b hFLOnID.STIU WBl nmES"- "IDC.A FERTILIZERS"-Bootie ciiil: a having a speIn nir.d and puddles, with his! Music; I F Farm and 'q ; I <
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.: Hvokltt on ". oil. Varieties" Cal a'.1.:,] of our different brands, anal)"': i 'U. as a rule, who women.have It an itile:eye to wom-barr.i" egg upon his feet. uul now we '..IW Turpentine Wagons, Buggies, Harness and Saddles

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tivation and ,fertilization. s. prices etc. ja ttatperor ponmilu doing v';
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: They read what they deem abargain j '-ill. ot the!' !
+ the 1fm.! thins with his single "-:Jf'i:: ;,," .\ i liestvajron on earth- the :Suidebaker.n _
New and revised tuition of tIlt aho\'t' Jut published- tree for a king.- e I :and; now offer and then mail get their in money return an for artide it- to -krep it off the it.P.)11) we :1 Ire! : < carry the very b"st line uf High Ora
+ :>rreed that the term pouch, which l hi-, -
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i WilSON & TOOMER f FERllTIZER COMPANY, : ::, storekeepers which! pleases iu all probability them. The keep local theyam" )In-en nsotl in this ounetiun, i i" !".<' I

which not only docs not devriV ll'r! lirii,'h LiwN, Cement }
grade of article J '
or something just : ,
JACKSOXVILLE, h1. e I matter hut i<; { Iialr !r
: J a- ;good at about the same figure. anatomically wroiiir .Minimislonding. ; Lath, Paints aqd

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j' gi ts a bargain; or a disappointment he 1 The single egg or the -iii. k. sit- J I InO t erlo I < Roofing, ,
I resting! on the dorsum 0.)
of tinf-" r.wfdgwl I S
I II -- -- ; 1)1'h: is sending money out of the in Iwtween the White Lead, Varnishes, Etc. f
legs and the

: ) (i). ..eES.9 6 _! j, The community dollar mailed which from never 1Iill1 conies-ills.back.j Mo... lower alNlomon. and over it fulN)] a fold I'acd Wall! Paper. Alabastine: and Magnite Wall Paints.
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: of !heavily feathered skin, which N give us a trial. t.i We will! not be
to Chicago is a gone gosling. It never ; -- undersold and will please tMcIver
'! comes back to circulate around Millville very loose and can completely cover ,

: DON' [ FAIL : i I and make glad tie hearts of the- ny\_,t"-__and_. .u..hide.nen the TIlt,. chirk eig. 0 or.i chick hlJll!: I'\.f111JI! ifImpjisirive. & Mackav.Nature's .
'1 people. One dollar gone astray and ---- :--
it poke. out from .. ::_ --
lost uiiiler ::: = 1
in the -
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-- the material (or paternal .
lappetpiebald / I
hurt
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Millville much but
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hundred t K .1" : ---------
or more of Millville's -
To visit citizensand white, emitting its shrill and 'r''' -r
tJ my NeWcDepart- ;; the farmers who live around hill .mt i I"
pipe until the mother
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I ment Store when you come I : cuur-e agile; scud of the many year dollars to get each lost in in theburtt the .( there 1! "Tbe fills it up.

feeding is managed! :" v.i'i;'
Ocala. We have been ; > afar off Millville is going to be' ,onucrauts and: many other t'! .-
3 to CD nurt so that the town will!! feel it. j \little"
one finding '
recnrgirivhen : !!hi"\
Thousands of rural communities in the J I ,
it riirnts its !head infill.wrent's !.' "
a opening upthisweek a big I : railed States haven badly hurt in. y mouth.

--- lot of- @ late! I years by this sapping of cash j "I think the chickens: I ate tL'i} : ,'
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To hold your home trade or to build I
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: NEWT GOODS : :' :studied!: the situa( (li.! the L-i.jst Iruport' 1 N about one: ,.' !Ir': To t, .'
taut thing ta du HOW is to !
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.r. .r OWNER : = I DESCRIPTION OF LAND | 'J | d == ? r
p DESCRIPTION LAND H .1 a ; i : OWXEB.li '
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land will be solr" I! 1I 1-- ::; :- s: IMUnknow t! !.s A :. = .:
that the following described '
lodge is hereby given I ; i xE < 1'"'= :- ... .
t theThird __ ___ 81:1; < i}Q4: L I -
: S at public auction on (Monday ;;n . . blk 24 Simonton's sub of 300- ai --6'1221I; lt 1!J 5 V, I chw 115chs -6lksw1!. I| j .i .

;: of Jun 1337 II. :M. Awry: . . blk 26: Simonton's sub of 300+ a1! 612'21f! 22 \ 3 9: !! 3 chs s 3JS chs e 6-32 chs s, I ....

,t} t day :, Joseph StewartUnknown . . lot: 27 sub .)f. . . . .i j 1'">i' 10 2 7i,>> ; I 6.34cbsr13chstopob.i! i. .o :;sotsI ;
: .Is of lot :3 and lot 6 blk ft s of w cor of sw : I
29 Mc-l
1 l 1 .corn0
; f. at Ocala in the County of Marion, or so much th-reof a." will be necessary Intosh . ... .tl6J12,21! ; |! I! 304. !: Frank Everett of S\\'} . . .,,341. :::2 I ,

to pay the amount due for taxes herein s.opj' eue the same togt'ther"ith J. M. Waits . ..all of blk 41 McIntosh .11711! I 7 3J 1 thence V'ilO ft s :!10 ft e! i
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t Yr<. M. Bateman . lot 2:. 3. blk i 21i1ftn210ft . . r t 1' )
"' :f cost of such sale and advertising. : 45 McIntosh! . !l7l2'21i. | : : I 2: if( I . ;
r' W. P. Cromer .ISO, ft e and w by 150 ft n and s I I '[ I ,I Unknownj . . U ('\L'm a tSt'corofnw H ;34.1---

in nw cor blk 62: McIntosh '!16'1221'S. ; ;1 4 2.). I ihence I n 26 cbs n 6t deg 9!. ,
--- IL Etter . .slot i 21.57 cbs s 34 chs e, ,
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I 1. 2: blk 61.\lelntosh. . 'I17il221'S. :! !114 31 1 j : nun w

1 !1 -'1' i C _;: :M. Johnson . .;lot 74 sub of . . . .11ii12':1| : 10 I 2: it.II I I. 20 chs . . . . i 6"I :.. 7
I 1I 1- IL L. Dickson. Ex. . ! ,;. 4 ;, ;: .+ C : !: ;5 1 61]1 I Unknown St'l'l'l'"f' ; ;, :: :;:;: 3 .,
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._ OWXEU. DESCRIPTI OF L.\XD Ci'I: 0 .i.. 1 bd\.Gram. . . . 1214221: : J P. Ausley . . .ine'd<<- ni of se cor oft !: ,! j
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.fo I I"'I- ". : n 473: ft w to lands of; i l' f i swH nthenct' '
S ,S 1 mlE-o 1 .!:: 6 c. ' "
in se'ror o -1- ob . . . s: i i |i2+1 I 51 i :.. e 175 yds s 140 )'ds . .I I I 5 I 1i
Peter Bingham . . 6.32 cbs of neu4 fl I I 1SW.t I = I
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II. Walker . 1.1 i I I f
Mrs. M. 13 sub of G.
I a bd v. by R P. n by lands! of i, j i LtrlKelt:. . . .on s end of lot 5
. . . '25j1123i 4 1 1$1..a "
: J. K 1 . . 13 3 09
Christian I + Clark Grant
by F. 11"1
L. that of of and 1 Isw3 I I- I 'I e Orange i i t : I
L. Ieggs . part nwt.4. ne14 Col- i
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.: Lake s by Mrs. Hickson. AT. I j 1 i Moore & McWerter coat se cor George
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Orange "
: nwi s I Grant . . . I j Dunn ave sub( I I ,
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j :?I2'21i: 3 i 1 SII t, son's lot on
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C. Smith . . I .j 1 1. 22
B. Clark Grant
I s!i of lot 1 fract U. S. G. suri20H2i2l!! : I 2 7 ti'; i! of G. I. F. I
;' Miss A. S. Eonh3.m .. wy4 of lot 1 blk 4 r :3 w of i I . I
II. Whitney l lS
11rs.1. 'jots 13, blk 4 orange Lake !2Hl2'21l! ;' : I 91 l thence n 3.15 chs to com pt ,
Spring St Orange Springs. .! I I I 751. 75 Mrs. II. M. Walker . 'lot 2: blk 4 Orange Lake J21il2i21, | I} i I I I n 3.36>> chs e 7 deg s 6.31 chsI iS I "L
n. C. lcGahey . . s% of ne'i and e? of se14 audi/ I I
'f : Martin & Thagard . chs I I "
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6 blk 6 Lake chs 1
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Mrs. M. II. Walker '' 'lot 9 blk 7 Orange Lake . :21'1221' | : 6s; ('nkll')", n oo. . . .!e3-4oflotl2 and s 3-4 of |
c .,r Unknown . . .. nJ,2 of nwi s of Orange Creek 2111! 231 35 I 115'to Mrs. M. II. Whitney . !iiot 1 '! all of lot 19 Ibot13fl, I I
blk Lake .
!' R. C. lcGahey . . ntvi of nwti . . . 3311/231! / 40 I 1 65 10 Orange 21'1221j! | i! 6Si I I 14 and
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William Burty . .r!.r12122/ 98 12
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lot :3 blk 12 Lake . !2H1221l| I F 'lark grant ;
I Orange i 6S G
Empire Land Co. . nwi of ne4 . . . .!3tI111231{ oil) 1 t5 .
., t JL-:: I Mrs. M. II. Walker . ;iot 1 blk 15 orange Lake .;!J21122l| : I 6 91 I; ;) Unknown . .. nV- of lot 17 and % of 1I"i)1
Pia. Land Fruit Ld. 31tL lottl
Co swI3I111123il
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,'" .... II ." ..., : ." 1.10. '....' _.. I Mrs. M. !!. Walker lot 1 blk 17 Orange Lake .1!!1112211! I 6Scnester i it 18 sub ofGL F.G 50 12 3.>
.a Baird . nit !,and seta of U" SO I 0. .
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1 blk 21 Oran Lakt .1:111:1211: : 68 t: 'is.21> chs n and s on s
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Kenning L. & I Co..o sw}i of nei . . ..136111231! 1 2 0.Fla. : II. Wacker . l1
)Irs.1. 'Iot all of lot 26, 211 I
: 3 bIk 23 Orange Lake .12111 !21i : 6811r lot 24: and
Land & Fruit Co. Ld. s% of seu . . . .!3i)11l1231to I 2 4:
Walkt'r . "
'. L. L. . . of . 0 :;. :U. II. 'lall of blk 39 Orange Lake !211121211 1 i 91f' I sub of G. I. 1-. Clark G"ntl12,22100! / 12 60i
'r It"ggs W 2 sw i of nw!i .1261l12-ti! 20 I 1 ;5 P. Walker . . . ,
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R. H. . .lot bd n by Oran p st e by. I I L. J. Harper oo. 12.50 chs nand s on n I. i I. .j
f, Young oo. n% of sei . . !2711IH! SO I 2 4llomrs 5 ,
Greenville Grove I I'I I of HneH . . .1 1 1,1131.a! | ; > :. .
e'kham . neLi of of and ofl I ise,4 I st s: bv ace t of neH nw ,
r se'i sw'i sy I I w by Hill st Orange Lake .1211.211: I 5 67Lnknown W. C. Townsend . .. ; of nwH . . . I I 2,12i23f!,; 40 i 1.. I
of SW ,. . . 00129111t., 30 I 1 7:
'.. 1; Unknown . . . . . "Ilot; It . . . . .1'511212'1: 40 I 2 31 0 l"nkno'n,1.: ." of nwH . . .I I. 411:31!; !" 411 I l 1' _
of of Crtrk.911I241! -t9 I 1-1 :
; .n7.: nei! s Orange Cnknown . . . lots 2. 3. 6. 7. . . . 51221l! O I 3l'nknown D. Y. Turner . . lotI' ex 3.45 chs: n and s by, I '''I I 1 a
Unknown . 'i
of of reek 60 2 43larion :
w>n nw?{ s Orange
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; t. : Erwin:: . .. :011112-1 I lot 10 . . . . '::51121211! 40 I 0 ..6Chl8. 6.37 chs e and w in nw cor| 6l2i23! 37 1 95 i
.5 sof SW!; t'x 9 chas sq III ne I I White . . .
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Henning
cor of sw% of sw' 321111241 72 1 3 i 4 all of Thomas Clark Grant t'x! I lots 17. 18, 27.! 612i23120! | 2 84 It
100 a on n side and e-x 16.811 I I I I Henning L. & L Co. . of neH and neH of seHilOl223l2swH | 3 41I .
C. Y. Smith . ..nt: ot swv4 . . . .111121191! 80 I 2 8J ey.
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Mrs. S. M. Johnson. of swi . . . .113112 19 80 I 28j a to T. M. Whistonant and: I 1 I I Empire Land Co. of neH .!101223| | 40 I 1 8;>

.I 'F Boer. . .. . sz- of lot 5 and lot 6 ex 101 1. / / 1 ex 13.95 a to T. B. Warren 1221413' I 115 51 A. D. Wells . . swH of nw Hand nw% of s\\111121231| | | 8rtnwH I 24" J
II. W. Jones . . and of I I Empire: Land Co. . . ,' .'. s
: I chs sq in se cor. . . .11511219! 95 I 4 i4 n\\ 4of 3e% w y ney4 t"xl I I of nwH . il2il223i' ; 40 I 1.: "
': J f' Boyer. . . .. ..com at nw cor \rredondal I I 1 lots 15. 3t and ex 3v; yds ei I I I I Unknown: . . .nt' % of nw H and s2 of nwH1! I I

Grant. . . . .1221121191 I and w bil. } vds nand s !nj! I I I I Inw and w 3-4 of s% . !1612I23nwH | 360 8 73:
cor :. . . .1281121211110 I 7 13 Tiller & Harp . . of nwH . . 221223nH | 40 I 1 *'> .

{ w thence 1.60 e chs 2.70: s 4.25 chs: chs s ;w.4&15.101 chsl!{ I i j I ITi I I IL W. Jones . . n\\% of set; and wlk of ne141 I I I I I A. D. Wells . . of neH of ne%, . . 24ll223| : 10 8:>

n 11. 11 chs . . . I I 123.341! 2 65 ex lot 25. 3-1 and t"X 35 yds1! I I I Ie L. L. {I eggs . ... neH of nwH . . 23I1223| | 40 1 1 4":

J. Y. Garlington . lot 1 or w 1-3 of A. Grant .2tl1211911{ O I 10 43 and w b71) vd.s nand s in! I I I'I Tilghman & Son . lots 4. 9. 10. . . .I 1 81224133! [ f 301

J. '. GarUn.gton .. lot : or center 1-3 of A Grant2t1121191170! I 10 43 nw cur for 1905 . .181111110' : i 7 13 1! Unknown . . . lots 2. 7. 14 . . il7l224U20! | 3-1.
o: B C Smith . . of '29:121: : 20 I 2 30 A. D. Wells . . . . I
n16.t" neu4 net4.
: alhe A. Britt . awh of swLi . . . .12&1121191) 40 I 3 4. lots 10. IS and 16 |1812,2l20| ;, 2 SI
:; H. L. Hays . . wLc of neLi . . .127112119i 80 1 3 64 Mrs. S. C. Houston . sw i ex 1 Sft a in nw cnr and! I I I UnknownUnknow: . . lots: 3. 5. 6. . . . !l8l224il20of | : I 3 H
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J. P. DePass . . syeof nwti . . i:9'! ; 80 I 3 i-i ex e!: of nr'i of nw1;. of sw% : ; I II n si lot 5 and all of lot 10i20'12'24i! ; 1 4V
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';. Mrs. s. R. Smith . i\\ ,i of $e1f. . . .13.112119{ !: 40 1 : 05 I and sw }4 uf sw'. of set and! 1 i I I iei I M. H. Hair .corn 163; rds s of ne cor of ne yi 1 I I I II I .

Unknown, . . . n% of nw'. of swi' .i 1112120 I 20 1 1015 : of D\\' .. of .ei4ex. 3.161! I !' I I 'I"I . . !291224| !' I L J

'" T. J, & A. P. Krous . com at sw cor . . .1 11121:01! I chs t' and w by 6.::: chs n and! I i' I I, !! w 20 chs s 165 yds) i ie I I f jI ,

> thence t' 21.0:: chs n 411 ehs wi I I I I II. s in nw cor and et, O1.se ; t'xl i I I I .. 20 chs n 16. yds . .1'f t | f 15 1 :". I
; 10 chs in nt' 'or and exl! I I I | A. P. PastelL Agt. ,1! . . '; f
I. t.O chs s 10 chs w 21 i chs! I I Is I sq I I' n a-4of lot 10 !12911224) : 30 I 2 "
. . . I
I . . : ; 12 S-I Unknown '
of sw', 9:12121223 : .f '
se14 elf of nwH . . I 5tl2'23'; : 40 I 1I. .
30 chs . . . .1 i I 1 i6 I '.33 Mrs. . ,. . .
: Sawyer
:55 :. rw J. Cammack . wl-3 of lot; 1 and 1 plat book' I 1 I I Mary Patterson .5 i ch" a and w by 2: chs n and! I I I i I j!! Land Co. 'I.tts 2 and 7 sub of seH . .h12'2:11! : TUnknown > \"
Empire
";. A page -16 . .1 I 11121201! 10.401 :35 s in nw cor of s': : of nt'% of' i I I Inf'1.4 "::;)2 of .e,4 and .s e'. of stcL4 122.!__:I::' ::. 1.1 2 *t I
; . . .
Unknown
; ": : Unknown . . ..'31of ne4i anti neLi of sa'4 11121201 80 I : -15 of ttt" ." .: . . ::29'12121! 1 i 197j, .neH of ctrl{ . . . .f[22 12: :23' 4" 1 4' I
Richard G. W. Lattimore . . . )91221I! 1 2 76 'Unknuwn . . ,
: IIams . 15 chs a and w by 7 ch nand s I I j! I I'f 1.. H Hupkina .s.'-- of sev4 of sw4 : 20 9"I:! Empire Land Co.V" . :efe of s. 4of seH . ':25'12'25' 2"wu : + lll, :

in nw l'or . . . .1 2,:12120:! 11.501 1 75 .c. of s\\'h of se' .291221i 1 20 I 3 of neH and nw u and; I i 4J'i t >
Unknown . . . .com 15.58 chs w of s.. ('or. 1 211220'! I W. B. Wardell : .is chs n and sb 10'h:< eand: i I Iw' neH of swH and nw H of! i I Isera

; thence no :::1 chs w 9.42 ths! I I I IS in nw cor of neLi of nw; i30l2111! ) 1:; I 2 35 1 1I 1 . . . I26H2! !.2'. :31'" : 7 4':

21 chs t' 9.41 c'hs . .1 I I 119.501+ 4 04 I Unknown . . ? sei . . . . . .301221160! 1! 8 431I . . . ,nS s of seH of neH . i26il'25; :: :'" ; 101
Unknown . I \ :>. 8. C. Houston' n1.;, of 1-1.23 chs n and'' I I i Enipre Laud Co. . .
. com 20 chIs: of na cor .1 2112:201: Ikh I '. neu4 ex ? ? of neLi . . . .1.7112'2so 20'
<. thence w 71.81 cbs a '19" chsl I I I 1! i S by 1U8 cbs a and win: I I I I ISt' I Otis Andrew: . . :wu of swH of swH . . !:!7'15.H': : : S-,

.."!;"",.L w 8.16 chi t' 10 deg s H.n I ( i cur and ex com 6.33 chs wI l i i iof I Unknown . . .1 inwl* of s Y.4. . . . I 13411212' 4 0 j i 2 03
. . 13'1'11"1'! I! W. C. Townsend . .* | '
.
;;. t';.:.f;' chs e _a 5 deg :' to magnolia( I I nt cor I I I .nR h of :el'& anti e :-t of sw %1 I |

: tree e 7 deg :' .14.6 chs n'' : j 1 I thence s 5.70 chs w 7.02 n' I I 1. I i' of "* . . . . ::35:12: '25; ;* : 1i
5.71 ch" e 7.0 chs . .1 I I I I i7 I 4 54' Unknown . . .seH of . . . .
H.6 chs . . . I 124, .8fl 25 89 seH :i35'1225l: 1 4'
Goo. J. \rno\t' . . com 21 chs w of St" 'Or . .1 21121201r I Bill FluYd . . com 5.ij chs s of ne cor .1321121211! UnknownGarrison . "'t" ti- of neH . . . . !36l225! | ; | 80 i t. 4;;

thence n 2:. Chs w 7 deg n 111! I I I 1 thence w" 6.33 chs s ::.95 chs! I I +,i !I I . .;;com<< at se cor. . :.. . .1 313l9| :| |
I 2.50! 2 05
I
I
., cbs s 223::?_ deg w to sec line;: I I 1etopob 1 Cnknown . . e 6.33 chs n 3.95 cll" I I 1 : thence4ft} yds n 440 ydsl I I I
I
. . .f! 1 I I 25 I 434i nev4 of nwu4 and 10 chs t.- and! !I Iw I : e 296 yds s 163 yds e 144 yds! I I I

", Irs. S 11. Johnson . com 25 chs w nf ne CIr . .1 i 3i12Oi! ; 1 1 by 23 chs nand s in nf cod! I !I I s 131 yds e 165 yds s 14! ydsl| I 1
. . .I3212121163! I 4
of w ?a nf nw'4 i 041, I w 165 I
thence yds
s 11 chs w 'I 1-: chs! i i 1 .| I j )140 6 64
I 11.rs. }1. H. Walker . 3eu4 of se ( of nev4 . .!33112121110 I I. X Rawls . . ..'
nwH of
.: n 12 chs e 81-3 ch" . i I 110 165 11 swH !101319I!! | 40 :3 4t
S. :, Waterman. J Johnson . com 331-3 chI' a of nc l'r . i 311220! I Itbenees William Williams . ;5,50 E' and w on e side of ne14I I I I Mrs, II. Jones . . s>.cI_ : ".!193II! 16 4!

of nw V4 . . . .133112121! 11 f 13 C. B. Mason . ... neH of .
12 chs w 2& .-3: chs ni! i I I ne% . . !
S. H. Il3il3jl9l: 40 I 3 4t
Gaitskill .
I . . . ..I331121W: 2.6
.
s"14 of nw14 .Mrs. H. Jones . .
12 dlS . % of
:!
a 262-3 chs .1 f I 132 I 4 : .In sets .Il3l3'19l! 80): I 1-4
110rrisIordica . ; I ;
5'I:: f 1 I I 0-4'' con. i 5 l'hs w" of ne cor of nw4I33I21 H. E. Jones .'neH of nw H . . . .11.:13119140| :! I 201!
I thence 10 chs w 5 cbs n 101 I I I l P. B . . '
9.50 chs e and \It in se cor I 411220,135, 1 4 S Garrison .nr! of nwH! ex 20 acres to Live! I 'I I j .
John Adams . . ; I the e 5-cbs . . .I! I I I :; 221! Oak Phos '
_: .6U9 chs e and w by 15.81 cbs 1 1 1frs.I.. Co on e slde . |22'1319! | | 60 I ( 7 f
H. Walker .
I
nandsinnecof. . .; 7112120 I 100 1 167-1 .com 2.50 chs t' of sw cor of nt'4! I I'I I Unknown: . "' *.1_'. ,,f sw i4 Of se . . 22I13I19! [
-
: J.T'bb' : . . . com 15.111 chit s of nt" cor .! 7112120 1 1 of nw athence . . . ::n:21!I: I Unknown . . ..,mof seH of nwH . .!I9l319! !!: 20 lu 1 I 1 l}11
fo 4.50 cbs n 20 chs w: I I! I II inknown . . .. 1
;
of '
; thence w SO chs I'4.19 chs' i I Ie I i neH seH of swu . .I261319i!1 >! 10 113t
80 chs n UI! 'hs . .j i 1 i 119 1 7 04j I 4,50 ehs s 20 ehs . . .I I 1 9 I 1 81 Lizzie DeBusk . . e% of nwH . . . . !27113119' 80 I
1Ir !
< \1. H. Walk . 5 II;
Heirs of E. 11. LeEngkt sev4 and s'; IIf nr'4 :101:120240! !! I 1-1 42 : .1 s':: of se'4 of nwl,4 : .:33I1221': : 20 I! 1 61Mary Flroida Land Co. . e;;: of seH . . . . !:! '13'19' gll '
Clemment" *
:3
.
Unknown . . 1 sq a in sa cur tlf st1 i101121201 1 I SA i..6 -).3 chs nand s by 7.50 chs ei I f" I!I !' D. B. 11omson . . Sw':: ? of sw14. . . . ::3..13'19' : 4i' I ;;.:;
I :
-i 11. DePuis . ;om at St' l'or . . . !I13i12'20! ': : .: and w in st' eor of neLi: of' John Sherman . sty of swLi of nt'% . . .110 1.' :.1', : ,'r ,
.1331! ?1! 5 I 1 14 : :::11 2 : "
c thence n 31.36 chs w 3.1iS chs! I i I Sle"l . . ;; : Heirs of T. \\ J' stanley of sand \\,1
I of
E. P. DUt'templt' also i : I I I IJ 1 pl : seLi..1l31.ulFn: : : 1: "v t -
Wallace!
s 6.3& chs w 4.S2 chs s25: e118: ; I i Green of neH and .
s of of :
seH :
'" e S chs . .. . . .l; I I I _.)_,. t r -a .".-1 I Po A. cameronlnw ?oL nwli of nw? . I 34.12'21 I!; In ,' 37 I nel* and neH, of seL'Lettie . : ; t
. .
.d. HIl'k"n (213.111
tin
: of n\\"J,' . !3IilI! : : 111 I 91 + 8 7-J
J. P. Lazier . . com at ne ('Ir of sw!4 . .!1512120'! i I !! 1.. :5. Light . .". ;::680 n14 ft of and 8\\,14 by 127;. ft n and : Kingcade Com 208. 1 ft. e of sw cor 'ofneH : i 1
;. ;; thence a II).:! clis ::6.9-1 ells! I I ; I :: e, w I of $\\ % -13':0:
34'12'21' 2H I 1 91EmpJrt -
10.2 16.2Si i I I s in Sw' cor of sel.4 Qf nw14 : .. .
west chain south : I i I thence a 203 ft .
Land Co. . .I !36:121211811' I :. 301 I 208 f t w' _ub. '
.
I :
.. of
; chs 89 :ltl min n.1i I I ( ne1.: It
n deg p ; n . s 208 ft. . . . ..
crown 'J. ,
: 1 I i I _
in of I t.
l 419 ft sq sw cor of n1;: J. McMahon . .
chs ioI 8& dt'g1"" min t. 9 'lIs: I I net4 of
1 nU.9 chs. . . . : I I 60 I 6 94 : swti . . . . .i3611:21t| | !:| 4 I 191 IiW: 12 .x 121 ehs a and, .. _
Hattie won a side . . ..
Turner. . of of seH1: i I II J. H anJ 1. J. Johnson .1161., ; .0' ..7 .. _" .-:
627 ft sw cur
of . 15120; !t I com n . .
Goo. W. Washington .m at IlW cur 't' t4 ; ; 1 el.f! . . . . .115'13! ..
> ) Of stt-H . . . 36'12'21; I J. Hand 1. J. Johnson 211 3;;_ l2 4.
: thence t" 2i.S6 chs :; 6.36 chs i I I : : : n of ReLi . .
. ,
w 20 chs s 6.3 clw w i.il, j i : I thence n 418 ft e 418 ft s 418! I I J I II J. W. (tiller . . com 16 chs s of .i1913'D: ?" I ;, I,' .

chs n 1.13: chs ". . .j, I : ::Ij I 335 Th'J I I! w 418 ft . . .1! i I 4 I 251 i s 16 chs nE' 'or 20 of sw' !l9I1320'thence I
:' L. SheroustM a ('hs n 16: 1 !
I Ii I r
:. '; Robert L. Smith . com 1571k feet t" Hf sic cor of: i i i 1neh I corn 26.43: chs and 4" chs w'' t chs Ie" 20 chs. . .
'- . . .T21222! I Susie )1 ; . .j i i 32
... .16l210: ; I of cor | | : \lcYahan. ie . . . 1 3 35S.
thence t' 1571 feet n 691 feet! 1w I i i thence n ;5 chs w ::.18 chs si i i i| I H. and J. J. \ldlahan '. .n34- of i113120I; '319 !1154i
'Charlotte n'_ of ne% . : 6"
:' 157!_ ft s 1m ft . .1 I I i 2.501! 2 35 ;5 chs e 3.18 chs III! i i I I 160:, 181 Sherman 6.32 cbs :! I :2! 14
: r. FannieIlobirk lot 1 . . . 24i2'22! : '!: 1! 28 I 2 45Empire M. P. Thompson . : sq j. s'Or \\12313'20'! 4 I 1
r.. L. Whittington . % of nt-l of ne4 If sey4 .1171:,,201! ;5 :: 05 nw !4of e'
n .
Land CoGeorge . . .
Jot 13 . . . .!24il222! | ) 40.neH .2j! 205 Francis i . . 241131201 411 I 3 q_:
Unknown . . . chs a and w by :5 chs nand! i I I Is of
i Ellis, . . Johnson Ie4a SW li of .
..e sw% .
.
.. in se cor . ,' 181121201100! ; I 4 of nwH ex 6.32 chs n and! I Ii > I I IS I II 1Ir,;. S M. .;w % of swi of 2-1,1312O, 20 I 2 3It-
.
i41 by 11.08 chs e and w in! I I Dan Scofield . t"\\ % .1-It320: : 20 1 2
31rs. A. J. Taylor . w% of nel4 and n 3--1 ofi I 1 I I'S. I i 'Ise of :
S n\\h of set, t.x 9 chs sq inl I I 1 .I I] St cor . . . .I2ol2'22! 33 1 1I 1I I 2 25 Soah William +! v st: % . . . ..14'13O40' I ::1 92:
Mrs. Fannie HobkirkMrs. I of,14. . .
. .
I .
sw cor of sWI" or ne'18112:201101: : 5 Oi nwH of nwH and s% of nwH! I i I'! i Gatredl . .Ind of .I13i20j: ; 40 1 3 22;
I ran > of! I I Henry nel 4 of nw'4 . .j25i13120120+ !
of
i swH ex s5 1 1 DiMr
James Little . . 21.62 cbs n anti s by 3chs: el I I I 1 n !s : of
and w in St' l\r A Grant 19j12i201! ; 80 I 6 34 Fannie Hobkirk .1 nwH of swH . . .|25l2l22l80neH \ 119 01 s. \'. DeMere >: of ne ne14 of of nw}4 . .1S'13,2fO! I I 61
and ;5 al I I I i In seu4 of nand!, I
of neH I
of seH I IMrs. !
n% of nw Li IIf nw1.4 A Grant .119112101 20 1 25
Unknown. 1-3 ex H a to Blew. Arre-I I i I Idonda I i in triangular shape in se cor! I j I \ 1 S 11. Johnson. .In.U sty 4of of swla. . . . .1 12811320': : 85 I dn: lJS ,.-1
Tobias .
Grant. . .12011.1.0.129{ I I 5.4 < of neH of neH . . 28il2l22l! 15 I 3 36 Saunt' Pinkne . n"L. . . !28113'20! 40 i 7
Hattie llerrion : . .1261121221 80 I 6 23 J. P. Palana s\\14 of nt%, . : 6
81. Johnson . . com 28.:6 cbs w' of .' cor AI I I I 1 Clifford -w!: of sPy4 . . 421) ft in : 4e1 I : ;
Grant . . . . .1211121291! I : Orange Grove CO'Wl-I!:, of nl,-. of neJ",' and 25.501 I I I II } .sq sw C'r of t'!: of nwl! i 1

thence w 11.-4; chs n lS.iSI I I I I J I chs n and s by 20 ft e andl I t +I II Isaac KingcadE' nS.4'of . . .2St301! : :! I 1 67 .

cbs e 11.ch:' :< s IS.;;; cbs.(1( I I I 22 I 3 35 I w on w side of swH of nest 1 I I 1 I Irs. V. De 11 e re . nw ne% of St'% . . !129i13i21)! 21 2 76

i and side of sw1 . 27l222i| 21 1 5 97 L W. Crivalier . % of neL" . . . :331320! I .,
com 1.63 chs w of se 'cor AI I I I I on n 40 2 ro
Nelson Floyd . .
ne14 of
r.H.Whne. . . .
s\\v .
Grant . . . . .i21((12120! I com -chsaofswcorofn\\1J.1! II I I I I Fleming Davis . . n\\ h of . . 33:131201! : 40 4 fil

thence n 23.73 chs w 4".3. ('hsl( I I I I I iS of SWH . . . .1271121221! I W. and J. aicMahaa se% of se% .13313! '!li 4f I 3 20

5 chs w 8.26 chs s IS.i5! I 1 I 1 I I; theme e 23 chs n 20 chs \\1| I 1 I E. 3i. Hansom n1 sw144 . . . .13.-113121! I : i6-

',- cbs e 15.63 chs . . I 1 I 133 I I 5.1: I r 1: 26 chs s 6 chs e3 chs sl| I I I I II Sallie Jones . . com of 396 ne h of swu4. . . 1! ; 90_ I 1 8.
ft 2113.11
George Flo . . $ya of sw'4' of ne4 of neu4 Al i i I I 15 chs ex 20 ft road on nl| I I 1 I thence e of sw cor .I I 1

. . . . I I 146! i 4 26 .: e 104 ft n 418 ftw lOti ,; I
Grant . . . .!:21121201 i 17;; .\Ir::". F. Kaminski . side 1 ft s 418 ft. I I
Frazier Oats .oo .. ... e% of nwh uf sr',. of ne% AI i 1 I 1 !com 1611-2 ft n of sw cor ,of! 1 I II H. G. Hull < . . -120 ft . .1 j, ; 1 : 1 74

.'. Grant . . . .!22'1:1201'' 5 1 1351 se"f neH . . .!28il222lthence I. e and W on w" ! t I I I 4.62 1ehs:! e 6.501 I I Israel White . \\'t.4 of sw ,4 . ;
r..bodes Whitlngton ... com 3.ij chs s of nt' CtJr of nw. n sw L of :::1131:1: 1't i :.; 14
14 A Grant . . .221220'. 1thence ; i I I chs s 4.621-2 Chs w 6.50 chsi( I I 1 3 j 2 04I..ir sE'X 7.-IH chs sy in'' I : ;

j. s IIt.:: chs w :A ehs!! 1 I I I i, ]: ? of L. J. P. Bishop '!650 chs e and w by 20 chs n,! i I I I Israel Whit . . ,;\\nf'' % cor.of . . . 3113'li 3:; i ::11M

>I;" I n 1".')3 ch' a 20'chs . I. i: I 1322 341 ,. i and s in se cor of ne- .;'S:121201: : 13 1 2 60 st'x L4'1 cho s.l in1 I : .

: Lewis Floyd .lot! 6 A Grant sub of :3'11)! 0: 13.501! 3 441!I )IrS. .. Porter . .I\com 4 chs w of se Cor of! I I I 1i I P. P. Hull . . . .'corn np 15.34 l'or: : for -190;). . . .1 3i13! ;:I' 3.:; 3 Os;
:
Mrs. S. 11. Johnson .!.lot 12 A Grant :ub of . ;.:.12:!.20! 10 I 2 if;; I i, sw-H . . . I28l2i22! 1I I I % of chs a of nt cur of St': 1 !! j

:, ,'. ..y. Eo Little . .. com at nw cur lot 4 fract l. :s.. .1 'I .' ( I I thence w 6 chs n ;5 chs e6J 1 I.! 1 If se'G . . 31131(1

;.' j i G. sue .1o'i I I I chs s 5 chs . . 1 i 3 I 13 I thence w 18.16 chs s .0 \'II:; 1! : : t"

:. !I thence s 16.x7 eh- n r1; deg! I ; ;:?andy Lee .trot' 4 blk 1 J. A. Harris plat! I IPitra I t' 9.S4 chs n 10 chs p 5.32': ell!' I! i t \ J.

..' "' I 30 min t' 9.Jtl; Ihs n 16.13; i i : ,! '. I . . . 28'1222! !: i 191 H. G. HuH . . "i n Il'hs.. ,: I "
:' I I', . . !. t I., ..0.' aO; 3,6,-) 1 r. H. White . . .1 Iblk 2 and 40 ft e and w on!: i I !I I of r14 ex V"f n yf; I I ,?! !' 4 83 rI

: Waterman Johnson . .;tots 1 and S ex 12: eh s n and i : 1 i I e side of blk 3 J. A. Harris! I 1I I ywaraK.-- !i '

I s on n end of Itt I tract l.: : I !I |I. . . . 'i2S'12'22'ilot l I 1 33 70 I ;' I I

>: S. G. ur. . . . .'_2 1l2 _" 0; "; -I 6-1 \IVn;. E. LOHVm. . . .I I! 2 blk 4 J. A. Harris plat' I I I'! j H. Burt .. . .iufsl\sv !w':? -III I -

,: 1. n DuPuI'S . .. .I I lots 3. 4. 6. ff'd.t l" S. G.: j I I T Citra . . . .I' 112122'! !' 2 60 B. ehs V,! I ; 91

:-.. : sue . . . .!122:1220114.961: : ; 7a3 H. HarrisonJ. of lot 2 blk S J. A. Harris] i I i I i i of se14. i 313j:1! !! I

,, -- David .. ... ....'13 chs.sq in se: cot IIf neLi of'' i t 1 I plat Citra . . .1 1 !1222| 1 j 5 67 aW.r.wW:: : : : nw% .1411321'i! ;' 3":: i i I 1"
.", ". nel4 . . . . .1261121241: ,I 16 1 1 r: Eckstine &: Co. . lot 3 blk A. Steele's ad Citra! /112221 1 1 61 "" '* *** str TJ. -x 3 acres tol i j i 2" 31t

: :' C D SandersBurry oo .. .i nyc of sw,4 of ne" . .\a_61a2, 01! .0 1 1 05 A. L. Moore . lot 3 blk E. Steele's. ad Citra! !/12122, 1 1 37 G. O. Remmermand .com church.5; . . .1 I I i
i.. J. also ; chs 6 53
.SS Irs. Septa Hal ... n% of 8\\14 of w1i antI se4I I I j jI I I Douglass I I I I I thence e of nw 'or of SWH sag37!! !; ;

I of 5\\14 of x2.14 . . .126U:20! : 30 1 75J. S. Bryce ..swH of neH and n'i of seHi! I I I i: s 20 'hs w 15 chs n 201{ I 1
cbs
: C. Danman .. se'ti of sw14 .I26112120140! I 2 45 of nwH . . . .!311222; | 6& I 15 37 Susan Boyd . .. . .:! l",15 chs . . . 1 I 30 I '
JMrs. H. neH of
Mrs. S. J. Dentaan . .le% of need of se'- . . .121112120, 20 1 05 ; and W. XI. Porter s1. of s?2 of neH of nwH -.J31J12I22! 10 1 1 14 R. X. Johnson . . .'[- ne% . . 91131211 101
S. 11. Johnson . .loom. at nw cor of neLi of se1211121201! 1:1 U. Milligan . swH of swH of swH . .!311222! \ 10 I 91 % of seu4 of ne hand syc ofi! I 1 40 i 5 07

thence s 18 cbs e 6.36 cbs n' I 1 1 I I Irs. S. E. Moody. Jr. . 7.311f. chs n and s by 8.12 chs! I I ie I I W. S. Stewman . .i' se11 of swh of ne%. . .1 1 '(11312113 I
sib of
8 cbs e 3.tH rhs! n leh!: wl I and w in se cor of swHi I 1 I 1R 1 Albert Spans . . se'4 of ne%, . . .1 I 9113211! -I 22

10 cbs . . . i I 115 I 1 2 55 of neli ., . . .13211222 7 I 1 44 e% of swH ex nx of neu4 oft 2 76

J. H. IcEwen . .4 of S'l. ex 10 ehs sq inl I I 1 G. Wright .. .. .. 19 chs e and w by 20 chs nand I 1 I 1 tt G. HuH . . s\\ % . . . .1 9113121 1 I I

: I De cor . . . 33112201! 30 I 2 15 s in nw cor . .1321121221! 38 f 1 91 tom: at De cor. . .10118121! SO 3 75

lien Scarbro .. . 70 yds e and w by 140 yds nl! I I I .I K. Christian .00 . .|swH of seH . . . .132!181881! 40 I 1 61 thence w 10)0; ft s 420 te.10 1
y and sin nt' cor of a'1: of awl! I 1 I Ji .erry Steele . . .;7.07"chs sq in ne cor of sew! I I 1 I II Amelia ft s 210 I -4

\i of neF4 . . . .//3312! 201 2 I 1 45 I i of seHnknowa . . . .i32/1222i! 5.I33S12 1 1 91 Turner .. com ij toVof'L'coV"fthenct se41 ft..I'1 11 Z 67
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Tom Taylor . .. e* of nw1. of neLi of se' 5 I % 65 L;' . . .:com at se cor of n Vof semi! 1 I I II of '4. . . 1 I I

f b* Unknown . . 110 Cl"Mo n and s b\ 15 cbs e and! I I I f I of neH < . . 22! 1 1I s420 ft w 10;; ft tn'420Lucinda
'j f w in nw cor of net; of nwedl3allamm I2OI 15 10 3L. thence w 20 chs n 4 cbs e 51( 1 I 1 I Dr.[ B. P Wilson i ft o 10 ) ft. ? . .110113121/I I I /

P. Preston .. .. . 31.73 chs W of ne cor. .1 I 5,1:1211C' : I chs n 6 chs e 5 chs s 6 chsi t I I I . W' of se of nw of n\\ !,, I I 1 2 27
thence s 6.S0 chs se 120 ydsl! I I 1 / e10chss4chs..1 I I 113! I 1396 and !2i cbs e and won e I

.S R S e6.61chsa1OehswScbs! 1 '' 5 191Fa'9 Kaminski . . !!2o ft e and w by 418 ft n and! I I Jones S of .+ of nw1 of nw r4 side) 1 I

I'Aknotru .. ... .. .. com 49.S3 cbs s of D\\" cor ( !_ j i s in nw cor of neH of neH33F1222! ] 2 1 3 92 57. S. Stewman was of nev4 of nw?{ of '41'. .11011311 ?.54 1 81
: th.t ehs t' 15.31 chs! I I I I Mrs.: H. E. McAllister .''s cns sq in ne cor of nwH33l2)22! ) 6.401 3 92 . . com 206) ft s of nw ('or of .II0IUf21 5 161 .

r n 2.25 cbs e 13 deg n 16.32! 1 Scary[: D. Harris oo. .''CQJH at sw cor of nwH of!! i I I 1 thence . . .se. .!iilO) 1 f '.

cbs n 31 dl'g w 9 clls w 26.871( i I S! I 15 !1 neH . . . . .!33fl222! I eIO ft n no Ct 31- J
tr rom at nt' cor . . .1 I 6UIl! I 5.83 chs 12 chs! i I ft 5 480 ft. . w 4201 I I
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&. thence s 22 ch" w lUG cbsl I I I 1 w 15.83 chs s 12 chs e 10! | 1 I I Elliott .1 and blk 1 Reddick. / I I I t .66 1 61\

'' :, s ::0 chs w 41.63 cbs n to deg! I I I ISS cbs. . . . .1 I It t 12 57 II.Cheesb-jroagh E. . lot 2: bI1 2 Red ck. . 10U3J21! '
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S : n 'e \)1): \ ; feet e 22.79 ehs n 19.401 I I f'' I iiS eirs of J. L. P. Bishop .!'com 10 chs w of se cor of neI I I III r. C. DuPree . lot 2 hIk 5 Reddick. . .. .110113121! | 6lrs. ;

'.0 5' tsetopobex6ato5i-I I I of nwH . . . .I3111221) I oo. .I.t 7 9 10$ 11 19 21 b ik 10U3I21! xM 36{
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monton. .1 i'IU thence w 4.15 cbs n &.9:1: chsi I 1 1 1 i. G . | 1
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'. .11 Po .;;::lmonton .. rom thence 6 .06 s ch H de19 e of nw mine cor..1 10.HI 611:1:11 I( I I w S3: Iks n 6.73 chs\ w 4.961clrsn6.31chse10chss201! I I 1 I I I I 1 W.; S. 8tewman . '. \\H3b\\ *9 } 13 IWdick. : ..I10f13'21!( 'ioi I 653 114

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Oliver Hicks . . com at nw i-or ..f .=eJ, . . ';141321: : : rue of ne1 of *-14' . . 3413 :2!: 79 '! ;5; 74Unknown I i of ne1; . . . . .!38ll4>20| 6 |; 1 67 ll
thence e 6.67 chs ij & ft w 2'J9'; : { Unknown . . . .->* of s\\'tt ui'nw ** and xx l 2 of i 1 W Redding. . . e'y of swtt . . .\ .1! 114211! 73 I 4
ft s 3 ihs: w ;3'i chs n *1:'! j i j i i eL of swtt . . 7. ,3413122; : : !' 50 I 5. Dan Kensler . . ,nxx tt of sw1:* . . .:. .1 .;.H1: 40 I _:; 76
chs: . . . . .t i 5 2 74 i C J. :XI Priest . . s 3-4 of nxV* of aei . . 35U3-22; : 30 I 1 65 I N J Townsend. . . w*. of ntxtt of net. . . 1! 9H4121I! 20 I 1 41 .,
John Morrison .. o. sW of ne% . . .;Jlil321fSlhe Su j 415 '!Philip Jones . .. .:jw>: of nw4 ex 70 yds e and w'! I !I- I I IG L Haynes . . ?* ttof swtt and swtt of sett/ t i i ,
S. M. Johnson . . f nu.I..41: : : I ,; s sw cor ; : 7 ; 6 25! and i.3J chs n and s by 11.S4!
and nl: of sit 1'4 of nxv1* of!! i I !i Philip Jones . . ..w J2 ot nw tt ex 70 yds e and wi i |I. I I chs e and w in nu ior of settot" t

0\.1. . . . ,13 12._! 10 ti '1 by 14u yds n and s in sxv cur .. ; 1; I II :set4.-.1 914 Jl 47 3t 1.
Small . . w 3-4 of mx !. of \\,14 . 1.5 13,21, 3o i 114! i I fur 19"a.- . . . .,3>:132278| | 'f 6 56 1 Alfred Whit*. . . com at ne cor of set. of sett--, 914.1:
t nkn.wn . lu chs v and w by 15 chs n anJi; l ;, ;i is I Philip Johns . . ne1* of swtt and n 3-8 of nwV I I I thence w 8.16 chs: s 6.32 chs t'l : ,
in ne cor ot nw1* ex ';.33|; :, J j I Ichs I of swtt.35j1321| ; 55 I 3.4 3.16 chss3.61chse5cbsn101 ;
sq in ne cor. . .;13131; "IJ 11 I 3 36 !( 'General Duckett . .1-4 of sett . . . . :35J13j22'' 40 I 2 05 I chs.: . . . . . -, I 2 35
PA Boyd . ;JUof nwL* . . .I14jI3'21'! 40 : 2 76 I :Henning L. & I. Co. . e 3-4 ex sett of sw% . . :3613I2'440! : 9 23 Unknown . . . net of se>4. . . . .4 I.' 21 4" : 45:
J. M. Johnson . ,s r of1i r'.f nets. . . !lU3IO: : : ; 130 L. L. Meggs . . se1* of se1* . . . . : J 13i23i! 4>) I :2: 05 Willie Tow n,...-nd . . com avx or of se'4 of. . !10IU'I.(
E. J. Johns: n. . . 8'f set! <-..r'n..1.* . . .1'1'13")11 1 20 i f.2 30 ;1f. M. Grantbam . . ,lot 22 ex 33 ft e. and w on e side, 6,13;, :23: I 2 45 I tnt-nif e 4 20 chs n 3.18 chs$ 1 I '
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..n}, of stI. ... . . .!I1412'-Ml;: ': ; Su ': 6 23 \ Dr. C. E. Hammon . ..lot 24 ex 7 chs sq in nw \or..1| 6'l3'23: 35 I 344 r 7.11 oK n 37 deg' 30 min j i :
Wilham Sherouse . --tots!; :i 6 S Bens sub of : : i I I +I Unknown . . . 7 ehs sq in nw cor of lot :!4. 6l3'23!! !:' | 5 I 1 25 I 3.37 oht- 11 chs n 13.79 cbs \\1 I i I: !,
ne1.' . 11-113")1': :L. J Hall . . lot 15 . . . : .
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Vf. S" . lot Benti-s "of "ne j Mrs. A. S. T. Hall . tot 28. . . . . . I (
See flan sub %, !15t13i21; 4 911} : 7113J23! 40jUnknoxvn I 165 s1.3" i-h . . . .1 395
L. af. . . lots 25 and 26 Benedict's sub of| | f I I I IA { . . . lot 21 . . . .i i! 'I| I 245 A White. . . . 6.32 i-hs e iin 'L.! J. Hall . . . '.
:tin .'15,13,21'; ; 20 4 22 Sett ofwtt and *>XXL* of se1* 8jl3'23J!' : >0 I 2 S4 s ine cor of swtt off I I ; .
: : J Jones 5 blk 6 Fairfield . . j, 713'21' | I 91 I .: . . stl* ft" nw tt and n, tt of sw1* .110;13(23'( SO I :2 45 nw'.t.110114f21| 14j
J\ 1:. T. Crouch.tots; 4 5 W. H. Harrison . . <' and J L "II..y. . . .
1 6 7 S 9 blk 13 Fair-! | I i chs e by 11 cbs n and! i r I !' I < om 5 i chs of nw cor of sw 10114!21'
field. :!11 I 3 06 I in se cor of SUof nwtt- :1513,23j| :! 11 I 1j tht-n- :> < hs e 35.68 chs n 71 I I i
J. W. Davis ...tot 3 blk A Bishop's ad Fair-j i I I J. M. Madden . . .um 3 chs s of nw cor lot 2319il3i23i| ; i deg: all min w :5.05 chs w 35.08 1 I

field.'12jl3{ >20i 214)I I !I theqce s 8.50 cbs e 15.30 chs nj i j i I chs . . . . . .t i I i' 215
Jno. Parker lot 3 blk K Bishop's ad Fair-i i I I i I I :! S.50 chs xv 15.30 chs .j f I ,;,13 1 45 I J L tiV'ilry. . . om at "; i.-r of n1- of sw. .1101141211| | ,
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H2il3'2! 1 I 2 | bit 1 3 64 n 111 cbs e 35 68 eM 81| I I
J. J. 1,L50 chs and f Unknown . . . ..se1 of nwtt .. . 7;
n s on s end of lot; I i I ; ,20:13 :23; 40 j 165 I d..g Jl: nun e 10 cbs w 35.95J{ I f
1 blk 1 Benedict Heights. .''IS'131211: ;:! 6 I 1 91):)i :A. T. Gunter : . "'ntof nett . . '::3:13123': > 40 1 1 45 chs. . . . . .. .1 f I I I ..\,.-. ..I. .) .....)
J. J. Barr. 45 ft e and w by :210 ft n and! i i I I IS {I Barney Baldwin :6.33 chs e and w by 9.50 n and! I : I I lJU".n.. . . ? 1-3 of "I.f. sxx1* . . 10114121] ,J: 4-1t
in ne cor lot 3 blk 1 Bene-j i t I I I I s in nw cor of swtt of sett .134113:23: 6 3 05; MunrBr -; & M.Don.tkl. 16.3] d r f ..111'w by 6.23 chs nl I I j
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diet Heights . . J18.13i21! ; I 2 21 Lee com 110 yds n of sw cor of I I i I Isw'4 I and :: i in nu cor of sw L4 oft I I I IS..14
L. L Harvey lots 15 16 blk 1 Benedict! I \ I : of sett . . .!34l3J23ii | I . . . . .!10fl421I'nknoxxn. 1" 1 6j
Heights . . . .!11811321! 20 I 1 91 i thence s 110 yds e 440 yds n; I M! '! I ll"nJJl".m: at nxx .11 r of sw1c. . .II0IH.! .
1L J. Crosby lots 15; 16 blk :2 Benedict! I I I I i 247 1-2 yds to branch sw with). ,I I .: thence ., ',''. chs s 5 chs w 35: t .

.. Heights . . . . .118:1311:0| :' !!: | i 3 06 branch to p o b. . . j '16.3t'i. 316 ,I chs n ,"I 1 Ir. . . . .1 i i! 1 ; :: f1; }
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Unknown :lot 8 blk 4 Heights. .il !l321j! 10 I :2 761 i Paul. Hampton 707 ins sq in sxx cur of nw1* '!! i i ;\ I them.tw 10 chs s 7.54'hs e 'I| I 1 I

A. J. Crosby .!lots 9 10 11 12 blk 4 Benedictl! I I '! I . . .. of sxvtt . . . . ;.351323' ;5 1 75 ,I chss122.46ehse3.95cbsn20I| I I I
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I Heights . . . .|19il32l! 40 1 5 37 Mary Williams . . nw',4 of nwtt of sw1. . .;,,3513i23; 10 I 145 I I'h:; . . . . . .1/ I I 112: I! 23:>
Ben Sams . . et P of lot :24! bik 6 Benedict! | i I. I j I Mary . :sett of sett . . . 36jl3t23! ; 4" 2 45 I' Neal Toxvnsend lots 1 2 blk 1 ,Martin. . . .jlO> 14'21' z I 3 44
I I Heights.!1913121;: 5 !1 3 06 J. A. Jernigan ." 'ls\\l..' .. . . . . !! 11324,16'1: 3 64 Bradley and Butler . 'lot 1 blk 3 Martin . . 10il4121| ? I 1 25U4
-; L S. Light . .. 300 acres on s end of e>: of| I I j jil3'21300 I I G.":. B.H.Parramore Harrison ... .lot :2 . . . . .I! 9tl3'24. ; 40 "1, 165 J L Wiley . . 'lots 2 3 6 7 8 blk Martin: .1101141211| | 3
new45 S Fernandez grant .1 1 46 95 I \lot 10 ex 16 a in nw o.-r and' i !1i : E P Toxxnsend . . lots 1" 3 4 blk 4 Martin . .ilOl4il! / I 6 44
G. M. Long . of lot 9 J. H. Camp-l{ i 'I I I i i l ex 3.28 a to Harrison and i I Easterling Bros. . . lots 12 blk 6 Martin . . .;,0i4i21; I 2-1
bell's sur of e part of S. F't>r-I I i ii t I Mrs. A H. Harrison \. .-x 1.16 a to Milhgan ,13i24, | IS"loom I 3 S4 N J Townsend. . . lots 15 16 17 blk 6 Martin .1101141211| I 1 05:
nandez grant and lots 1 and! i I II 220 yds n of sw ("or'Jt 1", 9,131241: I Unknown . . . lots 1234 blk 20 L\Iartin..IIOI141211' | | 1 15:
2 sec 21 and lot 1 s*>c 28..1| !I13J21! I 42.50! 8 28 !I thence s 178 ft e 936 ft n 17sj 1 1 j I I J L Wiley. . . . lots 1 2 blk 23 Martin . .110'141211! | I 85:
Geo D. Maynard . I lots 11 and 37 J. II. Campbell'si! I I 1 I W. IL Harrison . .!: ft w 9.36 ft . . .1 I Mi I I I 3..81| 305 I J L Wiley . . . lots 1234 blk 24 Martin .!10HI211!: I 15!
i of lot 14 Eureka . . .). J L Wiley . . .
sur e part of S. Fernandez! I I I l W IL Harrison . .[ 9,13,24 50J I 3 44 lots 123 and n!2 lot 4 blk 31i I I I 1
' j grant and lots 1 and :* see 21l 1 I i !I''I! Mrs. M. J. OtfarshUnknown . .'lot 14 .,,1513i24|! :! 40 I 1 45 I i 'Martin . . . . .1101141211 I 1 15;
and lot 1 sec' 2$. . . .1| !i3'21! 17.24J' ;5 97 . . . lot 4 .'161324| ;; ', 40 I 1 65 I Handy Patterson jiot) 3 blk 32 Martin . . .1101141211 I b5
jw. F. Hull . . . com at se cur. . . ,;,21'13l21i; !:! 3I Z. T. Mullen . . lot 5 . . . 16'1324i| ( 40 I 1 45 E McLeod. .: .. .Ie'% of sw'4..141421f: ; 80 I 5 64
thence xv to w bdy of lot 48; I j i I Arthur Burney . ..lot 10 . x . /116,13,24140, I 2 05 Frank Cain. . . sxv 1. of ne>4 and 15 acres on si! | 'j I I
n to nw cor lot 48 e :;65 ftl! I I I I Unknown: . . ..ne14 of nwtt . ." .::2913124140: I 1 85 side of nw 4 of neV4 .!15'1421nw '! | [ 55 3 94
to ne oor lot 4b n 1687 ft tot! I I I I Paulene Hyett: ." . .nw of sett . . ,30il324l, | 40 I 145 Heirs of Jack Barnes . 4 of mv 4 .J15l21! | 40 I :2 45
nw cor lot :.2 .t 68 deg 4 mini! I I I t W. C. Townsend . .S' of sw1* of sw1* of nwI.1 3.13'25'; 5 I 1 05 Queen Cain .1 of swtt of nw k4. . . !I1514J21U [ 10 I 1 'r5
1 e 1243 ft t.) sec line s to p u bl| I I i i.O I 6 57 Unknown . . ..se14 of nw-1 and net of sw1 1 3,13l2.! >! 80 2 45 Lewis Jackson. . . n of sett of nxv1 ex 210 ft! 1 | i J
G. M. Long . . .'lots 55 ;56 59 J H Campbell's sur) I i I Unknown: . . J sof sw 14 of nt:'4 of swLi..1 1 4 13'25| 5 I 1 05 sq in ne cor . . . .jl| [Ull! 3 1 35
of e part of S Fernandez) I I I Unknown . . ". ; 'lwJ,2 .of lot 9 and all of lot 10.1, 13125! : ; 80 I 2 45 Unknown . . . n>l of nwtt of sett? . .,. .115 !:! 20 I 1 65;
.4 .\ i grant and lots 1 2 sec 21 and I I I I I Geo. Abbott, Jr, . I lot *> . . . . .1 j i 9,13'25"!: | 40 I 1 45 Heirs of Jack .Barnes. ne4i of nett . . . .161141211. 40 I 3t
ro1, ..; lot 1 sc 28 sees 21 and . 28113121 39.60' 5 81 "..7, 8, 9, 10 11, 12, blk Ifc! I i M I I A Irvine . . . ..next' of nw1* . . . .! 40 I 1 65
R. A. Boyd . .tot 58 J H Campbell's sur of e) I I I I I Kerr City . . .!10113'25! ; | I 1 75 John Mazon . . ne'4 of swy . . . 16IUI211 40 I 12 45
I part of S Fernandez grantand I I I I Mrs A A W Stone . .!all of blk 28 Kerr City .,10il325! | | I 4 H'' L E Mack;. . . ..swl,4 of sxvtt . . . 16114swtt 40 2 45
lots 1 2 sec 21 and lot li I j I'I i I Unknown . . ';..6! Titcomb's sub . 161325!. :: 15.61)j; 1 25 Rost'ttaVard.. . of nw4:. . . ..11.141211| I 3 44
. A. M. Harvey .. . 8 . . . ; I Munroe Bros & McDonald
sec 28 sees 21 and. 128(13121( : 17.521 5 12 11713125'! 40 1 25 n>i of sea of sw4, . . .f17141211 20 I 1 45
R. A. Boyd . . .!.lot 64 J II Campbell's :sur of el I I I Unknown . . nxv1of ne h .1i13251: !! | 40 I 1 45 UnknownRosetta . . nw44 of sw4s . . . 171421| | 40 I 12 45
part of S Fernandez grant) I I I I S. L. Griggs . .:8 cns e and w on w side lots 7M f I I I ICnknown I Ward. . . re'4 of ne44 ex sett of sexy of I I I I I

,. and lots 1 and 2 sec :21! and lot i 1 i j j28U3J2H! I I I and 8 . . . .120,13125146of ', I 2 75 I ne'f4 . .. . . .1,181141211! 30 I 3 Iii 6
i I sec 28. sees :21 and. . .! 11 I 3 96 . .o. .nit L4: lot 5 . . . .!20.1325| : |II0 I 1 05 Richard Kessler. . .!se% of swtt and tt of s1*!118IU211! SO I :! 76
Seth Nichols . . .lots; 21 22 23 24 79 and 2 1h1 I i'I I I II T. H. An.c . ... . .'lots s 1, 2, 3. . . . .1!211325H50| 3 44 Trustee M B Harlow. .Inw% of se t4. s. . .!20(14121( 40 I 2 66
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I acres in ne cor of S FernanI I I I I W. P. Williamson! t'1.2 of lot 4 . . 21I13I25I' 30 I 1 45 Thomas W ? ley. . . L of sw>u . . . '21114211| SO 3 as
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Campbell's sur of e part of S i I I 5-Williamson R V- Lewis and. .Warden.Lnknown . .. ...&2 of lot :5 ::. ::: ::. : :: : : :'22113'25:; ': 20 i 85; William BI'U yds sq in se l'or of ne114 ofl! i M I I Isw
Fernandez and lots :,, of nett of lot 9 . .126U325J! ; 5 I 65 . '
grant 1-2I I I : I . . . .. |: t'4. b. . . :23,14121! ; 1 I 163
I sec 21 and lot 1sec 28, sees( I I I I ,w4 of lot 9 . '!2 6iI3i5110, { | 105 Unknown . . .n\\'l of se14. . . . 23J142li| 40 2 66
21 and. . . . . 28!13121123ll321! i 116 11 Mrs. D. Falana . 16.16 cns e and W y 6.32 chs n! i M! I I J S Burke. . . . \\ '* of swtt w of hard road. .I24>!1421| 20 2 66
Clark Ray Johnson & Con: of I and in lot 10 : 1 W M Brown. . . .
& nett of nett and sett of! I I I George V ? ms . s sw cor !261131253 2 95 com 3.18 chs :s of nw cor of swtt! i r .
nw1 and nwH of sw& of I I I W. J. Richards . ,lots 3, 4, blk 7 Michigan CitYI61315j' | | 65 -f nwtt . . . .125(14121I (
I nw% . . . . . 70 I 4 281J ,, C. Townsend . lots; 9. 10. blk 7 Michigan City,26il3'25i: '!:! l 65 i I thence e 6.36 chs s 3.18 cbs xxj I I j I
S McAllister :. . ..swtt of nett . . . .124113121! 40 I 276 w. ':' lots 15, 16. blk 7 Michigan Cit.26:13i51;: 1 65 6.36 chi n 3.18 ch: . . | I 2 1 2 01
Mrs A. L. Martin . .ifractl wU of swtt . . i25ll3j21| 80 I 2 76 J. Richards .pot 1. 4. 5. 8, 9, 12: 13. 16. blkl i i i I W :M Brown. . . .;nett of nw>* . . . .\|251421M | I 40 I 3111
Mrs. P. A. Edwards . jlot. 1..12613i211| 98 I 6 23 Michigan City . ::26113125: I 1 95 f G and A Jthnson..1'2 of swtt . . .!J25J14J21! / 80 5 74
M. B. Harlow Trustee .''s 3-4 of Jot 2 . . . .i26l32lj! 59..19J 4 15 W C. Townsend . lot 1 blk 10 Michigan City .26.1323! : ; I 65 1 C 1 Grace. . . . ..tmSUydsnof se cor of nxx ttl f j I iI I f
\tchard Woodward . .!com 11.3 chs s of ne 'or oft! I I I I Dr. Jas. McIntosh . lot 12 . . . . .--27H325: ', 40 1 1 25; I of nett . . . . I261421| 1
I \ nwtt of nwtt . . 26J1321! | | I 1 F. Kinsman . . xx 3-4 of sU of sxv1; of sett .i33'1325i! : : 15 I 1 05 thence n 140 yds w 114 yds! i IS I I
'I thence w 415 ft n 210 ft e 415| j I I II 'Unknown . . . se1 of nw1* and nwtt of se1i34l3'25'', : }>0 I 2! 45 70 yds e :4 yds se 106 :-31) I I I I
ft s 210 ft. . . . .1!Mi i I 2 I 151' N. Barco . Swi4 of sw1* . . . .|361325110! I 1 45 i! yds to po b. . . . .I j I I 2.20 tN:
R. S. WTmm-y . .I jc!l3:2.:%! 40 ; 1 45 William Smith. . . ..:-id ft MJ in nw cor of nett I I ,I I
tt of . . . . .'!26il3i21! | I Unknown . . . sxxttofnxxtt . . !1413'2; : 40 i 145 ,. St"' . . . . .ofl.2614/211; / 1 1 141
1 thence n 464 ft e 1020 ft s 464! 'I J' ; I Cnknown . . lots 1. 2. 3 and w .-i of netti i !Mi I i< I Abram diurne..I; -tt ,)f ?*?tt . . . .|26il42127J14J21| 40 266
1 'i ft w 1020 ft. . . . .j i I I 1110! I 13.6: and n 'I4' . . . .H613'26.340: ; ,1 S 73. M B Harlow Trustee. etc of nxvtt and nwtt of nwttsw 120 I 5; 9i
: Anderson Jones . Olll 1.801.: t-hs s of nw cor of'! I I '! Jas. A. Graham . nwtt of ne1: ; and nwtt anal! !' ; i I' I., Bez Baldwin . . ; tt .)f nw ttsL . 27114121! 40 2: t6
-\\-4. . . . . !26l3i21! I lot 2 . . . .'!171326220: : i 5 541 Mrs J K St wart. . of sw1* . . . .-2714i21| 40 2 66
.;i thence s 3.16 chs e 6.32 chs nj! j I'' I A. J. Kennedy . . nwi* of nett ex 7.50; cbs sq in; i M I I ; M B Harlow Trustee . s'of ii"% and seL4 of nw i.; .121 ;ltl| 1112U U 31
3.16 rhs w 6.32 vhs. . .I I| I 1 f-2 204L ne cor . . . .11'14119134 i i 1 911 Mrs J Stewart. : sets of sett . . . (28114121( 40 I 230
Mrs. Wm. Wood . .|''com 152.46 ft e of sw cor of swl| ( I I II I Alex McNeil . . nwtt of nett and n2 of nw4al) ; 't i I' II j Jas ''McCray . . ni.2 of nett and ne1* of i inwtt n\\ .11141211120( I 5 99
| tt of ne1; . . . .|271321| | | I and swtt of nand nwt4 i! ; j H E Anderson. . . of nwtt and e1*_ of swtt I I I I
".' thence e 142 ft n :592 ft w 142'' I !'I I i I of swtt and nee of s-stt and! i i i is .1 and xx !fc of sett . . |29I1421efe | 200 I 9 99
I 52 ft. . . . .1 I I i I 11.9.1 2 51 % of sett . . . 114ilt.t60: |122. 14 John Wesley Jr. . of sett . . . .|29i4i21sett : SO 4 15
P. Billingsley . '.cornits 10'chs e of sw cor of ne27jl3)21J! ) I Unknown. . . . se1,4 Of nett and sii of sxv1* .1! 2ll4l9il20! | 6 :?31 B L, Clifton. . . Of nett' . . . ..1301141211) 40 1 239
thence n 592 ft e 142!i ft sl| I'I I I iI I D B Morrison, . . swi of nei and se't' of nxvtt I !I'' I p i Paid. . . . . . .hw1* of tie%, ex 1& cbs e and| I I I I
I 592 ft w 1422 ft. . . I I I I 1..9' I 3 66 and w 3 of sett and e4 of! i I, j j1 t i w on w side . . .|3tt1421| [ 37.501 2 60
W. W. Martin . . ..fractl nett or lot 1. . . '! : 77.571 3 92 SW . . . . .1| 3H419I240! |110 t Paid . . . . . 'nw4 of nett **x !*: cns a and! I i i i3114i21 I
:_ A. :M. Martin . . .iall of fractl . . .|28113:211 51 I 3 22 D F Olliff. : . . tctg of nwtt . . . .j i 314'l9l! 80 I I1014l9il60 S 291) w on w side. . . . : 37 I 2 60
Heirs of Abram Martin ..all Of tx 23.45; : e'hs n and s byi! I I Alex McNeil. . . ne''% . . . . . ';! | 5 HI II E Anderson. . . nw '* ofne.tt-- . . . ; HI:1/ 40() 1 : 30
40 chs e and w in se cor .136| I 1321 449 I 128 47 D B Morrison. . . Swat' of swtt . . . .ilO14il9i| 40 2 fl51 Dora Daniels . .,nett: of swtt . . . ..33114,2133J14J21 40 30
A. }I. Martin . . corn I US chs w of se cor.36,13f, !21 I Charles E Barrow. . .n1% of sw1 and sett of swt4'10'14119'120; 4 HI S L Hodge .s% of sw 3 . . . . SO I 4 15
\ thence w 20.32 chs 25.34: chs e t I I W H Blitch . . W?- of sett ex nett of nw1* oil.! I Isett J K Stewart:. : : : : : : : : w&ofnwtt--- . . . .{341421j; | ) 8-J 15, 9o
-J 20.32 chs s 24; : chs. . I 1 51.91 I 3 82 . . . . .!l !1419l; 70 3 741 I. Lucinda Richardson. . 4 47 cbs sq in sw cor of nw?; of| .I I. I I
Heirs of Abram Martin ',63 chs e and w by 100 chs n I I I i iI Alex McNeil . .. . all of .11I1419165934' : I 371( sw44 . . . . .3\IH1I'! 2 165
and s .one end of I A W 7 chs e and w on e side of seHl I I I M i I T 'Whitehead . . ..nett of swlfc . . . . 40 55
: Broward grant ex 7 a<, John I I I j of nett . . . . .12114: : '19' 14 !! 1 67 I Jas Washington . . sw'i cf se}. . . '' 30141214! 40 .. 21
: J M 11fI! rt. . . 13 I 70 6 5 J H Home . . . 8 cbs n and s by 20 chs e and) I i Ir IL M. Sherouse sx of se1; of ne1; . . .. 2,14122: 20 105
F. R 'WeatherbY . com 4 chs n of se 'or lot 14 sub! 211'23 i r w on n side of se*. of nwU.12j4! 16 I 3 06 Louise L. Russell ne4 of nw% ex nl: of se1 ur i I
t, of J Broward grant. . 13 % J R Hero .. . . 8 chs n and s by 20 cbs e andl I I ne of nwV* .i .114',,1 1..1.-' I! 2 35
4 ;t thence w 6.25 chs n to n bdyoflotl4eb.25chsstopob 11 '. w on n side of se}*' of I Louise E Russell ,neU of nw?i ex n1 wf se1* ufl. I I
:-, I 10 I 366 for 1S05 . . . 12 1419; ) 16 336 neli of nw1; lor nl" . .1 2114:22: 3b 2 S3
L C Ellis ... . sett. of nw1 ex 75 chs sq in i I T S Barrow . . com 8 chs s of ne cor of se?4 off! I r I I A. P. Geiger ..l'ODl7jOChssJfne cor ftw ; _(114221thence !
i nw cor. . 1131:2 33.6Sf 2 15 nwL{ .112'1419I: I s 7.50 chs w 2fl! chs III t I I
I. C EIJV .. ... . .'*00 ft ft a'lid w by 793: "ft"n and I thence s 20 cbs w 7 chs' n 8( i I I I t I 7.50 cbs e 20 chs . 'j I 115 I 1 65
s s in se cor of nw'i of nwtt 113,:: 17 I 1 55 ch. w 5 chs n 12 chs e 12 chs) I I 2 741 I J. C. Howell .. . .In ; of se1: of SW?, and s** ufj. I I Ine4a
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J. K. Wiot ... .. .. ...525; ft n and s by 420 ft e and I I Jane Edwards .. . ntt of swtt of swtt . . 12ll4fl9 I+ 1,20 .I 1 371 of sw 4i . . . .,. 1412, ::,1'0 1 5o
; w in sw cor of nw1 of nw?, 1113i:2 5 1 D B Morrison . .. com 20 chs w and 14 chs n of! I i I I Miss Jessie X Owens ce1; of sett . . . 6114,2::' 2 45
T. F. and A. D. Harrison .'s*; of se?? of nwtt of se1; 111/1!= 5 I 6)1 : . . . . ..12:!.14i190 J. Irby . .o. . :r.of nett . . . .14122I 33 I .OS
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C A Priest ... ... ... com at ne cor of nwtt of ne1:. /_:_I I I fence n 10 chs w 10 chi I Unknown . .. . com 3% cbs w of ne cor of H ?4 I t
thence, e.S: chs t. 20 chs w I I 10 chs e 10 cns. . .s.I. I I 10 2:7 of nw1, . . . . .. 6114 : .
12.50 chs n 10 chs e 5 chs n I I I I A W waters. ... .. nett of sea and e1* of .i., oft] I I ( I thence s 20 ch3 6.54 the nl I r 1"1 I

i 10 chs. .. . . . 20 I 21 i sett ex 6.50 chs sq in M co 12iUl19', 56 5 67 v 20 chs e 6.50 ( .1 I. i I13 2 35Paid
C A Priest .. ... .. .;'swtt of 8'V1. . . . ... 4,13'40. I 1 37 Grant iloton.. .. .. . sw?; Of ne? . . . 13{14J19I { 40 r 2 76 sk of se& of nw1; .7I41222 20 I 165
E. L. nni5on % .o. n of se'. . . . ., 411322: SO I 2 76 A J Mclver . . . corn 3.94 chs e of sw cor of|! 1 I I J. D. Day. . . .11.14 cbsnandsby7.0ichse I I II I
Unknown: .. .. ..sett of sr'4 ex: 330 ft n and sI j nwtt of nwl . . .'13 14119! and w in nw cor of neV* of I
; by 660 ft e and w in se con) 4113) 22 35 I 1 SI thence n 15.90 chs e 15.90 chs'' I IS I I nets! . . . . . !!14122t: 10 2 65
J. V Homer . .. .:swtt of ne1* and nw1 of set; 5113:21( 80 t 4 15 1:>.90 chs w 15.90 cbs..1 I j 125 I 3 66. F.AV". Bishop .. .. .;jig rds e and w on e side of sei 1 t
11 ning I.. & L Co. .. sw1; of swV . . . .! 613| ,22! 40 I 2 76)) D B Morrison. . . swtt of nwtt and wVi of swtttl3il4ll9119! I 9 691D i I of b 1128! 1 35
He&nn I.. & I. Co. .. >.:nett of swtt and nw1; of settB. 60 4 151! B Morrison. . .. n1*. of n% and e*;: of sej* . !.l4ll4H9:24tt! r 16 41 J. .11. Odam . . .,'cum so'j'j I! t .I i
C. Harter . . 3 45 chs e and w on w side ort 911312:1 I I Annie E Elberson . .'sw'tt of net . . . .'14114:19i! 40 I.9.. 84 of 911412.1thence
sett of nw1* and nwtt of nest I I I' D J Cook. . . . .is i* of nw1 4' . . . 14,14jl9| [ 80 I 5 44 w 112 yds s 112 yds eI! I I 1
tt of sw1* and n'S of nw?: oft I I I Polk and Morrison . ...sw of nett . . . . 15114J19' 80 I 3 '41 112 yds n 112 yds. . .1{ i :.e9 2 35
'swl.. . . . . .1141322 49 I 5.61* W H Blitch . . . nw1; of nett . . . .;<1514J19| | 40 I 2 45 Alice Wilson .. . com 7% cbs s of ce cor of swli 1 1 I
Ttaltnown . . ':e\+ of sett of swtt . . -14' 13122:! 20 1 55 D B Morrison . . 32 of nwtt and s% of nett of) I'M I I \ of se4. . . . SH22! I
rf K. L. Harter .e of rett of nett of sel. .115113122| ) 5 1 55 nw1.f. .1511419t100, I 4 74 thence w 5 cbs s 5 ells e 5 cbs
Unknown . . . .te} of nw1* of ne1,& .j711322! 20 266 W E Curry . .. .'n'* of svrtt and sw44 of s\V1.4| I I I n 5 cbs . . . I 12.50 23a
A J. W. -nlth. . . ..wu of set we 8.39 chs sq in sel I 1 and 7 75 chs sq in nw cor of! I I J. R. Connell .. . 3 cbs n and s by 10 chs e and wi i
: : cor.C. . . . . .111.132 1 73 I 4 06 seW of sw!*. . . . 115il4il9ll26( : I 6 04 in sw cor of nett of sett3 .1 3 1 15
!, A. Priest . . ,',w1. of ne?; ex 70 yds sq in sw'' I I I II Chas Lunday . . seU of sw>* ex 7.75 chs sq ini i' I I I I J. R. Connell . . chs n and s by 10 cbs e and wi| SlHI22t I
t cor. . . . . .118113122, 79 I 4 2281: j : rite cor. :-! 34 13 I 74 in sw cor of nett of sett fort\ 1
.Arr.f'ola AWridsenvrtt: of swtt ex -!% chs e and 1l t Lee Anastrocs . nw'. of se\i . . Il5il4fl9! 40 12 I 45 1905..I 1 ,li : 3 1 45
l w on e side. . . . IS 13 22I 35 I 4 W Mrs L M Armstrong. ne1* of se>4 . . . il5'14l9l. 40 12 1 45 J. D. Basltin . .. . lot 8 Swain's plat Anthony.! f I I .OS
11 AcxJia AWridge . .. !nw'4 of swV ex 2tt: chs e and ( 1 I It iI C E Barrow . . SV, of eeU 1511419: 80 I 3 U A. D Moore . . lots 11, 12, 13, 14, Swain's plat| I I
I w one side, for 1905..1S1131221. 35 I 4 C-6 D B Morrison .. . eC of ne1 4' .22I14191!:! | 80 I 4 44 I Anthony. . . . .t I I I .55 t'
L!'dna limes . . 7.50 chs e and w on e side ofj I I i | D B Morrisoa .. .. 1'.-w.; of neU and nw% and n?.| | I I Sallie Sumpter .t lot 7 Swam- plat Anthony I I :2 45J.
; net* of 6WW . . . ;i813i2i| I 15 1 1 ; of swli .;231419320\! 115 531 I K. Harvey . . out tots 11 12 *x 30 ft f and w I
L1dn Daniels . . .7.50 chs e and w on e side of! I I I 85'j( Unknown . . . se>i of ne .!231419! | | 40 5 07 i on w side lot 11 Swain's plat I
I "lj A ildver .. .. .Iw' I . . . 4 04 '
ne}; of sw1* for 1905 .118131221; 15 1 *a\\ .o. of ne% and e% of se1; and} I i Ii i I Anthony I
7en 1 Smith: . . 'ilS.31 chs sq in se cor of nw1g11St13 221 18.501 2 61 i, sw-i of Eel;.!:.!tU:19'lSO! | In 231 J. B. Irby .. .. .. ota 99 to 103 inc Brokaw's ad f ,
Jv.a tto'th .. .. ...com 13.31 cbs s of nw cor .118 1322 1 iD B Morrisoa..ej: of nel4 and e'i of sel4 and! t i I Iw I f. to Anthony. . . .1 ( 4 74
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4{ I i thence e 13.31 chs s 13.31 cbs! 1 I 'i of w?j and se& of nw1;' i I I I I I UnknownUnknown .. ... ... nett of swtt and s?* of swtt' .1121141.2 I t I I F
w 13.31 chs n 13.31 ths..1: ( f 18..01 36 and- ne% of sw% .34il4,19'400; ; I 12100 I ot nwttnett . . . 50 a
E Mooney .o. . .'com 13.31 chs s and 13.31 chs el I I I I Unknown . .. .o. w1.% of seU .!I34il4'19! | 80 I 4 HI .. ... ... of sw1* ex sett of ne?i of| I J
| of nw cor. . . . .11811 22 t I D Morrison . . n1- of swH and si! of nw'yI. .'135:141191120: 10 s i . . .. !13J14swtt !!+ 30 195
'' J thence s 13.31 chs e 13 31 I 1 1n I Unknown . .o. . st1 of 575-14 . . . 35l419! 63 5 41 Unknown . .. .. . nel4 of sw'4 ex se4 of M?, of! I I ''I
i 13.31 chs w 13.31 efas .ebsf| I t 1 18.50 3 56 J A Melver .o. ... nw1 of seU and 1.50 chs e and I Ii I I I Ii for 1S05 . . .!1IUI:13! 1 95
F. and :M. Meado' s .s1* of sw1* . . . .119..13122r 40 l 3 10 i w on w side of ne of seli 36J1411S 33 1 91 Unknown .. .. . n'Y of sett of swtt ant sett? ofl[ I I I 1- ,
W. 1{. Coage . . 1; of se1; of se 4 and stt of) i inett 1 B A Weathers..n1, of nett of sett . . .! 3l420!; 20 1 37 [ nwtt and 51 of ne1; of nW .!11421! : 80
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: of se1* 19J1322! ;| 20 2 07 Joseph Dukes .'!54 of nett of sett . 3J14120Geo 20 1 61 Xac n 4of sett nett | ; I
E. demons ... : . .!et4 of sw1; of sett and s 3-4 of! I II I I Roberts . . .;w4 of nwtt of sett.- . 3'1420'! 20 3 92 Tompn . s% of sett- of nett . .il4i4-22! ;; 10 85
I sett: of sett . . . !'20U3.I22T 1 54 3 33 G M Ricbards.com:, 10 chs n of se cor . .t. 614,20! ; I + John W. Pt. . . 3-4 of n1-. of swtt of nw? .!H,1411!! i t 45 i
C Bagley .. .. .!|223 ft n anJ s by 369 ft e and! t I I I : thence n 19 cbs w 10 chs s j I I .C .. .. .. '! of swtt of sett . ..'1414r2! .5
I win se cor. . . . 11113122! I 1 I 1 41 1 chs ..10 chs . . . I I I f 120 1 221 ,: Cnow... ... u. ? of swtt of sexy and swtt of .1 I Isw4
Unknown . .. . &.31 chs n and s by 3.15 cbs el! !| I I Unknown '' .'' ... .:'sw '., of sw4,. . . . :.1 6',1420'!, :! 40; 1 2 30 of e1 and s% of se I I
and w in se cor of swtt.i21il3j;: 1 2 1 411 I Lewis Days A" .. .. . . s*. of Del ex 8 acres in ne cor! 1 I i iDan I .. of sett ex w? of nwtt of sw.! I i 14- ,
K. L. Harter . .. .w of nw1 of nett and s4 of! I I I to Graham .. . . .j 9il4,20 72 398 1 of sett . . . .t14 14'2214S22! 3. 35
net, of nw?+ .f2213| 22! 40 I 115 031 I RobertsIsaac . . .. g'L of nw4i . .. . . .911412. [ !:: !} SO I 4 61 Albert Colbert . ..w of ne of swtt ex 6.3 chslr)! f I I
W. J. Hogan ... ...352 ft n and s by 877 ft e and) I I I Drafts . . e'of sett .. .- .. .. . .112114'20 I so 22 sq.in se cor. . . | 6 1 95 -
,, w in sw cor of nwtt of nett23(1322'nwtt ( 7 I 1 19 t I 1 i. Dan Jennings .. .. . chs n ands on a side of ctrl I I I 1'i
Levi Jacobs . .. .' of nwtt !25l322! 40 1 :3 10 A J Menchan .. .. . n!% of ntH of cett . . .|13il4j2t! >! 20 61 : of nwtt . . . .115 14)22) 5 1 15 t.
'Tr'n m. Tyson .. .. . sw1: ; of sw'i .12511322I 1 llO ,. 2 66 Dan Roberts . . nett? of nwtt . . . .1 1614'20| ; 40 1 f- I Unknown . .. .. .. If of'sett'Vf nwtt.? . . .1111''::1"0 : 05
Hennlns L & I. Co. . stt of se1 . . . 26'1322' 40 I 2 21 H B Brooks .. . . swtt" of nwtt . . . 201420Tom | 1 40 2 76 I W. L. .. . :1'. of sw1; of sett and set I 'I r I
J. C. Smith . .. .. ..s b of sw x* of net* of ne I I ie44 I Davis. n'j of nett . . . ..23H4'20! ':: ( SO 2 75 Sllt of set;. of swttof . . 16I14S22!: 20 1 2 3
of pe1* of nett ex andl I I I' I W B Edwards:: .:: : :: : wu of sett and e4 of aw1; .::>! ;: 159 7 3S f;!I i! Unkow.. . .. . n1 swtt und 1-3 int . .11811.1| 26 45
t chs sq in ne corAmanda : . jIUi:1 21 12 1 27 Mrs :M P Brooks. . 13.sl chs n and s by 9.63 chs el; li 1 i ; . sw1,4 of swtt und & mt. . .. 01 .'._ 181! 2 05
Gary. ... .. .I swtt of ,*;e l'I. . . . .._ ,13122,: 40 I 2 .66R and w in ne cor of nw1 of! I I I 3Irs. il W. Hertdon wj;'of nwtt.sett . . . !' !! .: 75 3 92
A. Carlton . .. .WI.; of sa' . . . 28;13122 1 ; SO( 3 ?S ,, nw?* . . . . .I27114'201: 1330i4'20120 2 21 I B. H. LeitnerUnknown . . of swttswtt . . . .100'11.;! 1 .' 4' 2 76
A. D. Peck. Agent. .1W'z of nw 1,4 of ne1; .. . .1"9'13'j '"'' 20 1 55 ''D B 'Ill'.)n. . . .:swtt of nett and net of sw111 I I I .. . . ? of settnett . .. . ; 2 76
la...: Noah Wilson .. .. .. ett of nett ol nw1 . . ;; 1 77 ,' 1 and nw1 of sett . . .. ; 9 99 B. l Suter .. ... .. .. of sw4..1"111:2\40:: \ 2 30
:J r Richard Harris .. . n1.-;. of sett of nwi; .. . 29,132210 i 1 77 D B Morrison . .. .|ne?, of eett. .. . . 3114'20| \! 40 2 76 C. Priest . . 34z of "J. .. . \ : 1 14
J S HarveyIfiss .. . . ...e? of nw1 i and n4 of swsvtt l''{, 9 27 Ambrose, Chisolra . nwtt of nwtt . . . .\.3214'20f: !: ': 1 40 3 92 Unknown .. .o of nwtt .. . .. .. .. .!: 14'22' SO 415
; : Jessie A. Owens . of .nwtt and, s;: t'X cis'y 3Oj13422176, ..1. I 1 Unknown . . . .rett of swttHarriett .. . . . 32.14'20;' 40 2 76: Irs. I. E. Morse . 15 ch e and w by W b SiD ad ..3'lJ I )
IIIJ.ai. .' of S1"I( !; ... 'i Eutkr.. ... .. swtt of swtt . .. .. . .I3214'20! : : HI f 2 76 .. B nw. cr c swtt ); ; I 15 1
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Ed. W. Spencer . ej! of sett of nwtt- . .'!23 14221! :0:: I 13. i Prince 1Ia k----. .: n4-of nof.sw of ne;+ .:17'152i: !! 5 I lI W- MJVeUon > . ... lot 1 ,ub of lot. .3..,.ub. of, nwtt'of .... ..0:1-i: I,....'.
t Unknown . . . w% of eV. of sea:. of nett .1|24'14i22i. i 10 I 1 ]U,,11ar I( E Smith . . n6 of reel of sett a.id swtt of! I .i I I on.r. na" and 1fractl i '.-' : 1 91 -

f f\ : B II. Suter . .. . sett of nett and ne %of sett29:1422: : ;, 80 I 2.6, j< i sett of swtt . . . .117:15120: 30 f 2 1. Day . .- lot 1 ex 10S5ft, .n., . .,| : j
i Jas. H. Hunter ''>W'r of sw% . . . .'!29H4i22.! 80 / 4 ]15, I Aaron D1'ant . . :'e 3of neV of nw . :18 \ T. E. Conway . . eVi of e4 and swtt of nett and! I I I i E . . . ..nwtt- of nwtt ex % of nwtt'' i I .: Wellon Day . . .;fta etl lot 1 ex 1095 .f. .n, -. and.. .sf. 20'1J.22Jof i i ,1 1; 1,

!! \ e% of "nwtt . . .|30il4i22, 2SO 11 ]15 I I of nw% .. . . .|1815I20! | 30 I : 1S I on s end for 195. . >15'.22.; o ,0.
John Hollingshead .''com at se cor of nett of se1433114122i! I I John Grahm . ...70 yds e and w by 20 yds n and:, j i i I IS I Heirs of D G >zichelbergerez ofF n L J20' 19 5 07
; ;' ;, I thence w 20 chs n 17.11 chs ei I I I I i in ne cor of nwtt of nett- .120:151201: 60 I 1 C B Campbell . wX" Of sett. . : . . .!121,15,22, !* 8si #I 1_"' ftA

i t 7.10 chs n 24 Iks e 6.32 chs sj j I I I I S I Brown . ..inwtt of sire. . . . .;20115J20; 40 2:! (1 .Kendrick. . of sett of swtt of nett.-122,1522; ; { i 1 3730i
j j 3.16 chs e i 324 chs s 13.71! I I I T &A E Wodwar .jswtt of nwtt . . .!..20'15f0' I\. i! cbs. . . . . .1! I I I 13:! 1 2 81 'I Luis A Garer . .!'!'nett of st1 and e4& of nwtt ot I I I I, S ur. . . . . .r.-j 2215t22! | 3(:
l W. H. Walker . "'':'nfe of nw4 of swVi of sw% .133i142i| !: 5 I 1 1 14 ', sett nu of nett of s, !i i I I i i Unknown . . . : u f U wl of sett and mv- i i I. I I
Unknown . . .sett of nett . . . .'33 14.2: 40 I 2 ;76, I!I of sett! .-. .. . . .,'21.15120165f I 5 6-II j &sWl 4 of set-. . . ";1.10115.1: .! 2ft I 14
E. iM. Farris . . lot 3 sub Of nwtt of >,-tt . .!34:14l22: : 5W. ; I 1 14 I Clr. ?.'. Johnson & Co. sl of nett ex 231 yd* e and! I I I I Unknown . . ... 1 nett: . . . .t315i! ;:_. SOJo'hn'Melvin I 345- 4
I B. Beanback . .,.e4 of ne% . . . . ''36l4i22! : 80 I 3 22 i \ by 33: yds n and .! in ne, !! 1 1I . .'. .;525 ft su in sw cor of nwtt } I ;' I
Stuckey & Tiller .. ",nett of se% . . ,'3614'22'! ': 40 I 1 84 I cor and s ,. of sw% of nett--t24'15i20! !! 3 03 i I In\i . . : '24lo22.; 5 : 1ST
I' Unknown . . ";,,8!:_ of nett of nwtt -tt..i36il422; ;! : 5 I 111-1 !! James Cnbbett . ..ne1 ; '! | 5; (1266 Sanker Wh1 . 'I I com 74yds n o. sw cor of nw %14,1# 22. i!
: \\ J. Hogan . . .;''nii of lot t. . . . .! iI4i23'| : 39 I 145 Henry 'Staggers . .,s\\ % nofpird.24152013' I I Inwtl I I thence n 210 yds t 140 yds si! I I
I ,, Unknown . . ."sic- of lot 3. . . . . .'!. 514'23.;:!, '' 38 I 2 C uj :;' . . .' ..!2515120'! GO 1 13 18 :I 210 yds w 140 yds..I I I "I' I -V."1 2 21
j Unknown . . '';W 2 and n v4, lot 3. . . .!l2l4l23120n : I 4 H J S Mann '. . . ne'4 of sw14 and of s? fi; 0 i !I t I Unknown . . .,seof se-tt of sw'tt! .. . nl 115.22; 10 i 1 61
!i Barney BaldwinW . ', % of lot 5.. . . . .,! .,'142' 3' 40 1 165 S\l. and sk tt s1. ..12615120UI(! ; I 5 82 D S Woodrow . . 'i''n&v of n?tt . : . .. .,!25116 122.: 40 { 1 6l
1: J. Hogan . . lot 9. . . . . .112I14I23I! 80 I 284 Clark Ray, John &Co. lots 1 2 blk 1 York.o . .n I 9 1I Stuckey & Tiler. . '''s 1-3 I .!. :I I
zli:1 0'I .
I' Unknown; . . . .lots 10 11 . . . . '!:1214123160nV I 5;: 44 Frank Rus. . . lots 4 5 blk 1 York. . . ) 5 I 91 J j t1 1t s. ', !' i-!_.. 26 | l 6T
: \f C H Hall . . !< of M 3 ex 198 yds e and w! '! !!'I I 1 I Frank RUs . .. .. lot 2 w of R R blk 40 York .'27JI5J20I! 1 1 6S! Ferguson & Usher . "{'com 39-> ft n of S cor of w4 off, I f i i i26J15J22 !

!. 1! on e aide . . . .''131"31' 22 I 2 75; . . . .sail of sr;{ of nev4 . .1 1Z811! I 1 1 I . . . i, ,
\ Gibson & QualLsR : . '':s% of lot 14. . . ". .13'1423'; ; 4SiwC' 1 65 J L 'Morgan .. .. 140 yds n and s by 175 ids el! | i r thence n 9J5 ft V 460 f s-ml! I I J
Van Espen . ''' of nwtt of ne-% . . 15lti23l'! :20: I 1 11 5 and \ in sw cor of sett j I i I t e 41 ftnwtt . : . ..1 1 I j !110' I
1 I \\ T. Forbes .. "jn% of nett and swtt of nett.-18: ,14'23'120' :: I 3 U ssY'; . . . .of!30 l a I 1 74 \Taylor . .! . .I ne I of swtt ex 1 sq! I I/I {' !! : 7
Mrs. E. E. Forbes . ..Isett of sett! of nwtt . . .!18'14123'.: 10 I 65 C I Hutn. .. .. s 4 of swtt . . . .i315121' :! g I 115 i I acre in ne cor.com . ... .lt11il.wj( 9. 1 67
:- Josiah Johnson ... 'fnett of sett of nw% . .!l8'14'! 23i, 10 I 1 t5 . .. .neH of swtt . . . f 2 16 Julius Fern . . .. 310:: i w of s cor of. 5\1 I I I :!.
t' UnknownUnknown . . "' nV2 of sw% . . . .!1814'23: ': 80 I 281 Ed Hessler . .. ":303 ft n and s 537 ft e andj I I r5:I r I I of 9W tt - -: .*. i.n"21! j
t .. ... .. nets of nttt, . . . .118U23f! '! H i 2-45 w in ne cor bJ'swtt of V4321520i! *! I 1 U.. I{ th.nct w 15ft ft n 590 ff. e 150j I j I I
t I t Unknown . . .. s% . . . . . .!nU:23320: ': : '! 1963J I C C Sanders . .. .'s of S'l of nett :32t15120! 2 3.1 j 161 i j ft s 590 ft. ... .. .I, I I I 2 1 1 81
i ; J. Conway .. .. .. 's\\rtt: of ny. of lot 2. . .125'14'23110' | I 85 tnknown .: . lots sold und mt. !32slo:! : I S 0.11 UnknownUnknown . . "''sl. of ntoi sw % and nett off I I I !
}l, Unknown .. .. .1 lot 7. . . . . .'!2114123; '' 80 I 2 .,.i-) M A \ eal.. . .;:.sf\t 5 blk ,6 Wheeler's I sub "of1! "i I I f .I| 1 I I nett of swttjstt. . . . .".215' ,'22'' o 30 I 365
i !: J. \. Tiller . . 'I lots 19 :20: 23 29 :30 sub of sett--27!: ,14'23125| 1 15 : F . . . . .!32jl5'20j! .53 I !! . .. of nwtt of Seri ". .'26jl522f{ t 10' I 1
I Unknow; . . 5?2 of s>e', ex lot 2 blk -I. . .i'29 141231!: '75 1 2 H John K DyerPail . . .,lot II blk 9 Wheelers sub of| -I I '! I Unknown . . '' com 5 chs n ofy cor of n\I"I I I! I n
i v.'t; : Riley . ". "lot 1 blk 2 sub of e4. .130'11.31! >! 10 I 1 25 sw..I32151201! I t !I' of sett .. . . .. .. .!.' 6.1 I
i D D. Richardson 'npof lot 1 and e': oflot4bjd !! < '! : Thomas Wilson . ",swr "n'wii .I3315120 1 40 I I 8, thence n 7.42 cbs e -4.77chs 4 I I I I

r i sub of eU>: . . i30H423( 10 I 11:; Clar Ray. Johnson & CO set /sa'?. ;. . . . .13tilS120i, # # 46 I 2 Ii 7142 chs w.4.77 chs..I f I I 13:501 251
i! Eastman & Holbert .I Isu of nwtt of tie!% . .!31'14' :i. 23! :20: I 1 65 L.IS. . .. ..''nett of swtt . . . .!36l5i20l! 40 I Unknown . . .n'n 3-4 of nw},. of sei ex 47Ichs ', i 1 1.
J. N. Tiller . . . !nett of swtt . . . .!!31il423i# 4-) 1 145 Duls .. ui93| ft e and w on w side of sw1! I I I I e and w by :A! chs n and! I I I 1 1s
I Harry Pasteur . ''I neL Of nwtt of sw% . .131H\23110! \) I 1 H ;! of nwtt . . . .1! 1'1521! 30 ,14 2 I in sw cor. . . . 26 15J22J! 28.5K: 2 "I
E. Smith . . .ifeett; of sett . . . 31'l4i23l| t 40 I I-t5 I Dan . . ."|70 yd:e ami w by 140 yds n andi I IMra I I I fT W Moore. . . . ..lot 13 blk A IontgU.. . .ISI1f2f( : I 13T
1' I I Unknown d. . .i lnen Of nw'& . . . .131141231| 49 I 205 I s in ncr of sell of swtt. 115121! 2 I 3 06 Richard "Iyt"r. . .lot 4 blk A.Montasae. . .i | I 61
: I. Annie R. Polite . "'lots :03: and 40( Cut 'r'? ad to! i j I I Henr Gadsdan .. .. .!s. of ne' ex -m ft e and wi| I I I I Mrs'M E Prater. . ./lots 1 2 3 4 blk D'3fontague..1261o1221/ ( I l
I I Silver .Springs . . .|31'U23!:: : I 1 15 by 630 ft n and s in nt cori! I I 1 J C DuBois . . .. lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 blk G Montagu.!28 1522| | I 2 1
,. ;r I! w. M. Conway .. "{all of bik 1 Paradise. . . .!32114)23! !) 49! I 1 65 and n'4 of sett .. .I I ..!2l52ll54! I 6 83 T C Bailey . . 'lots 1 and :> bile .).Montague..I26J15J22! I 91
t 1 W. M. Conway . .. "!lots 2 3 blk 6 Paradise. . .'3 tH31'! 1 1 2i; }lss Ed. Peker .. ..s; >* of swtt&t sw;i. . .12\15121120! i 1 31 T C Bailey .. . .IS1\ ot3- of sett Bailey's sub' I I I I I

r 1 !J Jerry Burnett . . ) 1 blk 7 Paradise. . :. .132:141231| 10 I 85 J . . ..se u4 of swtt . . . .1 I 2115211! | 40 I 27i >: of s I 2 of set ... . 271522! | 20 I 1 91
l.I ; '[ '\'. M. Conway . .Ilot,lots 1. 4 bik 8 paradise . .!321U231! 3o / 145! J G Goss . . . .,jnett of net .. . . . .1! 8l5l21i! 40 I 2 21 .33r. El'Dley. . . J of net{ of nei4 and se% of, I I I
I !! ; T ". Heath . . | 1 blk 12 Paradise. . . .!32114231! 10 I 85; Clay WilkersoaIR'McDuSC .. .. "w% of swtt .. . . .19115121180 I I 332 I nett. and sett ex si of sett I! i I jj 1 I ,
t \S. ?I. Conway . .Ilot. blk u Paradise . . .!!I32'14'23i: '! 10 I 85; >- ,. . .Gott .. of nett . . . .110'151211-10! I 1216 !j of sett . . . . 12.. ( I" 10 29
N. Tiller .n . n\'t of mvtt of nett . . .!34ll423: !: 20 I 125! J Carsteins . ... ..nw'14 of net and ei of nett' i I !i I i I Walter 'Meyers' . K itt t, of swtt of sw-i of E% .!_-.|151220!_ 1 1
I'J kno\m . .. lot 6 Grahamville sees 33:; and.3614'23i! !! 2 I 1 45; of nwtt . . . .!11(151211( 60 / 3 75Joste Richard It'er' . swtt of nett s of R ex wV' of! I J! | 1 1
J . . . . . lot 13 Grahamville sees 35 and.l36l4l23! 1 I 4 H Copr. . .. ",ne' of sett . ..illl521t! 40 1 2 30 s-wtt of swtt of / ((27I15'22J,'! 10 I 3 44
I . . . . . : I C .. .. . . nt. :
.lot 22 Grahaimille sees 35 and.13614! 1 45! I Keit ,)7.74 chs e and by 7.76 chs ni! I 1 1t Unknown 8 chs n and s by 12-S5 cbs t and!! I i 1 _
M: !:i Paid . . . . nV of lot 23: Grahamville sees'1 I t and s in se c.>r of nett of nett12'152li! | 6 I 1.4 w in nw cor of s w% . .J27i1322'! !' 10 o;
1 35 and. . . . . '3614123'! '! 4.82! 2 75; J Carsteins. . .. of nett .112:1512180! :, I 392 P D> Capbl . net . . . . 28'15(22160| ( : Od
:, Paid . . . . .lot 31 and wU of lot 32 Gra-l! i i '! 1 1I William Cato .. .. "!'com 10.29 chs'w of Ye"cor" | I f I G B Tyler . . H' lot :2! s and w of R 11.2925122( } "50' 1 63

; i hamville :oecs 33: and. . .I36i4l23i; 14.801I 7 4i j I nw e4 . .. .. .. ..11215121II l'nwn .. . lot 2 nand of R n. . .129'(821' 30 .' 5 07
I I i Paid . . . . lots 31: 35 Grahamville sees 35' !I I I I I I : thence .s 3.24 efts n 53 deg 301 I t Ii I II I Vtal .. . . .,com 131 chs t s of ne.cor. Sanchezl | ; ,

:: : and . . . .'36H4.23! ; 8.86 2 75 I I. min \ 3.39 cb n 1.37 chs e': I I I'I i 1 grant . . -.J| !l522'! f
'! 1Robrrt Holly . . .n4 i lot 11. . . .'!361423'! !' 48 I 2 45 2.97 .i I ..50Lucie 2 34 thence w 25 ehs ft 10 chs e 251 i | '> I e
L I I Burton Bradshaw & Co. n4 of lot 12 ex 4.64 chs sq in'' !! I It I Mrs M A PhillipsUnknown . ':se' of nw'.!12'1521: | | 4; I 1 61 chs s 10 ohs-.I[ f j !" 25" I 3 66 S I
nw cor . . . .136114..3146! 1 9- ,5 . .. "'!!nW'; of seH .Il2'15l2l' 40 1 61 Pivi. . . . . .. com at se cor Saneftez grant..f 15i22j!! 1 i
t ,f I .John :M. Graham .. . lots 13 14 and st i- of lot 12. .:13614:231265: :: 1 4 U'', I P Bittn lots! 3 4 5 7 9 b I An n'sl) !' I II. thence n 20 chs 1 50 cbs s 20! i I

l I\ Unknown . . e i, of swtt ? . .11,144!i : | 80 I 2 4i ,I. i ad in neH 5 .!Il3il5'21'' .501 ; 37 I chs t 50 chs : . . .1 f i t 1100 24 15
I and I I f! I If' Glymp . .. .. .. .'.'IS'la'! : l' 1 .. .. . . . :
w1 of !
t II. I). McDonald .. . nevi of nwtt ex 4 ch o com at sw cor nw% P. l of lot 49- sub of rU of Sn-I I i i i 1 .
\ on e side . . . .'! 314'24': '' 32 I 135 !I I thence 260 TKS n 190 yds w! I I I I chez grant. . .. '.i i '/1522! !! 10 I 3 ,
f'I'I' Ellen T Conway. . . lot 13. . . . .1 1 414'24i': : ; 4ft I 1 45 260 yds s'190 )- .i I I i j 110 I 267 Unknown . . . lot* 267 sub of lot 2. . . f30l522'/ } 18 4 0
tf .. I! Unknown . . . lots 14 15 16. . . . .1 i l 414i24il20!| : I 3 44 II R T Russ . .. ..Icom 19.58 chs s of ne cor ofi f I I I II L'nknow . . . nevi of sett . . .. .i!! :iJ5f22'! 4n f 2 6
t A D. Baldwin . . 1 sq acre in se cor lot 2 t' .I' 7'14i24i!!' : ,! 1 I 1 Oc I Sf'; . . . . .;.1"'I-I')1i, 1 II A : e4 of sett ... :. . .I34fl5l22' / 80 50T
I R. S. Hall . . nw'of' nwtt . . . .t! 9'14'24i! 40 I 1 6 a I thence s 225 ft e 100 f n 225! i i I'I Ir Ford.'I-'I;'4 of sett of sec . .. .!35ll522i! #II0 I i' sr ;
i Hutchens . . nwV- of swtt of nett .l614211!, : 20 I 1 25) I I ft w 100 ft. . . .1! ,M I I .50t t 2 27 : .-tt of nwtt of sw.*and w% of! I I II [ /

'r i Ellen T Conway. . . sell of neil . . .!U6l424! !! >: 40 1 I 45nett i R D Jones . ... .\lot 7 sees 14 and. . . I15I15521! 10 I 1 1 I net of sw%. . . .. .J35l5J22i! 20 I 2 14
I Unknown . . n 4of nett . .t18'1424 80 I 2..J Hector Sams . .. ... at ne cor of snrtt of neJ JI515211! !! 1 D S Woodrow . . .Ine% of nett . .. . .1361151221! 40 I U
.. Unknown . . 17.50 chs n and s on n side oft !', ''I' I I' I I .Icm 3.79 chs \with R R! j I < 1 1r. SI E Prater . .|Iswy4. of SOi'D"*{ .. . .136'1522.10.| I 1 14
., of nwtt . . .I16I14J24'' ; 35 ( 2 55 n.24 chs n 8.5A chs e 11.50'' I 1 I II Paid . . .. . . . 12.45 chs sq in nw cor of' nwttf f I I 1 1

Unknown . .. . sV3 of sw-tt and nwtt of sw14.!116IU410! :: ; I 4 44- I cbs s 4.91 chs.. . .! I I 110 1 3 68 of'nett.. . . .I 2il5J23i I 15 I
I Unknown . . lots 11 12. . . . .1#18'H'4'! '!: ;\ Cyrus Wilkerson ....com 747 f e of nw cor of s} ofi i 1 inwt'4. D G Orenshaw . { of nett and':; nw1 of sett! 3llai23: 78 1 1.31

f; l Mills & Quails . rtt of nwtt . . . .'!19ll24! !: 80 2 84 . . .I15151211: 1 S Guckenheimer . "IS\% of sw% ex e% of sw% of' I I I I II Q
: !:,; UnknownEmpire . . . that part of nwtt of ne% s of! I I j 1 ,I thence s 332 f e 1316 f n 332| I I I I nw J of swtt . . . .1 I 4il523| 3.: 14 I
and wi I I I' 151S . . . I I '111.501 2 51 J W . .I 1
Mill Creek ex 3 ch.e f w f. t! Wadleigh ,sett of sett of sett . . i I
F . . '.19'll24'' 8swtt 1145I Rattle . ... of .11511! !121110 1 161 ( .1411512311. 24S
on w side . .1 Lws of e% (swtt se% ? lend ir Bayer & Son.... .. % of net and sett I I iI 1
if I, of swtt . . .!2I'1424: > 40 1 43 \ . . . s1 of sI ne4 .. .!151151211! 40 I ; 07 I I of ne' .. or' se i of'De.el l .r I T
Land Co . .IK'14'21! S n I' 2 43 Unknown . . . . . !! 80 i 98 Dt ne' SI1S121S t8 r
I, "-'Ih of nwtt . . j I w ; of ..1815211| G. S Burtcbell .. ", sett and w?- of se% of! I 1 I I
Empl'r"Lar Co. . E' 3-5 of w'4 of ne 1.4. . '2i'14124' 4ft'' I '- 45;) Thomas Wilson ... ..el-< of. .s3.. . .. .! '! 1 9 27 . . .." . .1 i 5il5J23i I a
J Mrs J A Brand . . lots :31 32 sub of nwtt . 12811424'! 1', 10 I SS, I Unknown . .. ... nV. of ne% . . . .|2115J21i! 80 I 2 66 Cnkvm . '. .. .,I* sl.of swtt . . .. .I I 6. I 4 1 r//
G.II. Killing . . ,-
? .!I29'14'24l'' 40W I 1 _x Thomas Wilson . .12! 115121120' 4 15 > : al'w318
4 sett of sW',4 . . I; nr_ of nwtt and sett of nw'4 I: Hampton. . swtt of nwtt and nw% of slot I I I I .
I caning L & I Co. of swtt . . . .!301424I! 80 I 2 45 : Unknown . . -se. r4 of sw% . . . .12:15i21! !: !! 40 1 1 61 ex 1 acre in' uw cor and' R!! 1 I I I I ,
Unknown . . ( ( i
Wilson . I
of I I 1 Thomas of and %of sw4'23ll5l21'! 80 I 4 15 I '
I lots 56789101213:: sub e% set nw1 ne right way . . 6ll5'23l! 78 4
Unknown . . . ,1
: of nwtt . .I . .!I32'14'241: 4. I 2 73I I Oliver Evans . .. w1of nw 4 of nwtt and sett! I f fI iI Wilson Cypress Co. ';|Swrtt of nett .. . . .!101151 40. I 2 i
of nwtt . . .i33! 'Hi2tl i 8ft, I 245 o'f nw% of nwtt . . .123115121' 30 1 2 37 Inoa'n,. . . .le 3-4 of n1 of of 23J 0'
I I
.W 125
I J A: Graham n'J. of sett . . . .'33'14,24i' 80 4 44 L V Potter . .. ,, "s+ 4 of se% . . . . .'.123'151nl10: 1 2 7 E. In' -' . . lots 1268: Itfll ne Farm S'0fI5i23'sees 10'! i 15 I
J S . .
Bentley ; of . . 1'241! 4ftw 1 23 !! StuktJ & Tiller . .nett and of nw% and e'ii' 'I'' 1 .I . '
t'o'.rd"ry' sett nw% I SE'1 and. . . . .' : 35 235
Randall & .
1 1 2 ."'' . . J24il521'220sett 10 91 Lnkaown . 1115123
.a .
*. of nw'4 andwtt of swtt'3414'241l20nett I of ne1 of nwtt | . ..iots 21 22 nm Farm 1Q( I 'f !
I t'mn'lrr Land Co. . . . .''M'14'241 I 40 I 1 6s H P Bitting . . .. ofnE' . . !2.:15W: :: 80 I 50. 5S I
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of swtt nvs i .
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P FischlerRandall .. . . 123'! INf 1
-
swtt of sett . . . .i34l4"'24': 40nwtt i 1 4;:) I Thomas Wilson . of .27152l! !:; : 40 1 1 61 Unknown . . an.I. nett and of Jf1 1
; n '
i & CorderyEmpire . J Appell . . 'nwtt nVi wH off! 1 f'i' I
I !
I IF and nU of I
of ne v and SI- of nett' lot sub of sw % I : net; and of . '
: Land Co .. . .4 1 se-tt sett .113515123'1oo! 4 74
:+ !! and n1of nw tt and sU of! !' '! I I nwtt? sees 27 and. . .'341151211 10 I 1 441 Cnkn.wn '. '. sas of sw-tt s of public road..Jl5i1523! :
7ft I
L sett and nett of tett .135:14'24' 32ftwtt : I 7 43 Thomas. WilsonUnknow . u '. and w'e of n\2. . .'_,8115!_ 'I. t' . .. . !Icetl of i' : 92IJ
sw1 'I Copr. s?tt . . llSil523'! 4rt 1
L Wilson . . .., of sw 1. . . . .!35'14i24'! : 40 I 2 45Em.irr n . . . :nu and sw .S . . .29'152l48ft! I 707 .' ( . . 'jal s of public road . . il6il523l34! I 12 OS 0 I I Unknown..eip . . .130115121' SO I 3 H. Woodrow' .
and slot of swtt l I of ne' 761 .
of '
nV. nwtt "
F .: : La. . and sett . . . '36il424'2SOVof ; I 1.4 ', M J Jack n . .. .Iwi of nwv . . . . ..30'15121' 8ft I 2 66 : I I. \adei-son ''"". . ..w-"e%% of fn"He'; and and"W sw'%, of f 3wV nettl9H523l! 5'23i: + 19 I I 2 3 9?

.:; nwtt and n*> of sat; J 36h14124160! !! I 4 44 I ) : and swtt and e% of pett.31'152l561! ;! 115 89 ? T iSCIlnK . . .',s% of . . 1
P Fishier . . . . ? , ?j sett. . .! SfiRuby I 4
:: W C Townsend . ..lots 1 2 3 4. . . . J 1 2il425i263eV I 5 64 1 Unknown 'W of sett . . . .i3llo'21i! : 80 I 3 76 J W Fort. . . ,''E' 3-4 of say .' 2115J23| : "
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. . .I' 4.1401 i SO I I" 4S and! '! I I : nl t .21't : I 2 :
. ThomaVison. & Gore . .
of nee ln1-on n1 of '
J J Fort . . 1 a"Is.1ofnel. SE'. of14. . . .!:! 1 161
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Dexter Hunter . . 3-4 of nli and ne?, of slot il' I SW% of nw s sw' I I Ia'nd 1 "Irs Game. . 4 nf ntt and of I:3'N
of swtt' and nts of se'4. .1' 414'25'3.o'| 17! 73 I % nett of sett . .'33l52l359of I 110 97 S T SistrunkC . \ of w' and nwtt sf12 ;i5iiI'! I 2 75
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and'
116114'25:120: I 2.5 Dan Nelson . . .I and of '! 80jnwtt 1 398 !t 2 swtt swtt I
1' of swtt and sof se1j. : : sell
John 3[. Graham . sW1 net nw33151211 sntt of and 'i of : '
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and nett- of swtt.-'l7'14' 25120 I 344 Unknown . "-( of nw% .! '; 20 I 12 II Barnes . . sett E s; it"15'2313f 1 12 :31
of sets | "
; Jas A Graham . . 4 ; und 1. int. 35'152 3 w 4 of sei of se* .. . .i23llo23t! 10 3' -
of sett and se% of swtt-17' :14i25il20'' 13 I 14Empire F B Turner . . lot 14 ex 2 nw cor' f I Unknown . .. i.
:- Unknown . . . % acl's eq of se% e sw% '
Land Co. . of sett . . . .I! T14'2! I 40 !. 1 23 I sub of WaMo place sees 35': I I I I Ian. :. . .sof I I I IP
8-1428! 40 1 25 . . . .136!151211! 38 1 05 T . s'; / 13 I o4
Empire Land Co. . ...fl W1'i of sw + . .1 !: Rdl u . of 7'
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..w . . .! 80C r 2 43 I Louis . Silver .' 1'1522'' ( 1 2 76 Mr.- >k. neJ .I26115123! -f I 1 37
Unknown. . . . ,! of nwtt . 13'14J26'! Casmik. lot! : o btk 1 Springs. DOnhro. nl of nw?i . . . 311523i| 1 Sft I S
r Empire Land Co. . of swtt and swtt of swtt'15Sl4i26ll20' 2 84 Mrs E Tompkns . lots 2 bnt I Silver Springs. .) I'15i22' : _AI{ 91 Varn & McNeil B. B. aW4 of ne41 and i f V
nw% ef I
seal| I Ianil 1
[ Empire Land Co. . \ of sell and nett of swtt ..Il7l4'26'12fti 2 84 Henry B'er &S.. .. lots 12 blk Silver Springs.! 1'15'22' t t 3 sii
I 2 43 . . . . .1! l(1522i! 80 1 13 tit I of set, and sw% ,! : : I 9
t r Empire: Land Co.Empire . . ': of sett . . . I24'14'26'; 80 nV of nwtt . Cooner . . nw;. . . . .13t:2IInQ! !
I t Land Co. . ?. of nevi . . . ..125:14.26'41)' : : I 1 45 Mrs Jane CarpenterUnknown com on S A L R R 20.824! chs! I 1I I I Ie UnknownJohn .. . net's and u B .3 ; ;
\. 1 Unknown . . '>s of nevi and sett of nattl I I> : I .rom". bdy . . .i f 2ll5'22fthence '! r A Graham . >* of sett of ae 4. . | 31''O') t 23tnknown
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and sw of nwtt and n** of! t I I !I I s at right angle with!! I i !I I I I . .. n% of ": 3tl523t! SO 278
? swtt . . . .|251141,26t240sett : I 6 04 I R R 6.32 chs e parallel with! I I I sett and sett of sett and! I Mi' I iv !
w of
I 1 Unknown . . . of nett and eof Sf'lj. 6HI26'12'! ; 3 44 RR3.1616chsn6.3chswl: ti I UnknownUnknown . . . n1 swtt. .and. se-% of S\t5.f'! : 16 I .*;
Unknown . . ..nwtt of sett and net of swtt'27l4'26'' '! 80 I :2! 45 3.16'4 cbs . . . .1! f t. l I 12 I 2 41 '. .. i SisllJi'JS' 1! 3 U
I' ne% of .
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I Peacock & Co. . . swig, of nwtt . . . .'! 1'15'IS1' : 40 1 165 '. . .. .10W: % and n0 f swtt . .I I 2il522210J11.33 | I 7 .38 W P Mooraaa. .. ? nee of nw% . . j i -I I 1 45
j i I t 1 W J Epperson. . . nwtt of swtt .I I ll5-18! 40 I 1 65 Mrs A Hunter . chs e and w by 6.36 cb n1! I I'I I I II w by :2is nw tl ex S.! rb t andl I I I I
i Mrs!' F A Chestnut. . w' of swtt of nwtt .I' 21518: :20! 1 61 I and s in se cor of nw.I! 4U5'22' 7 1 1 91 cbs n aD in nwt I Ml I I i icr.
:. ) Wekiva Naval Stores Co. w-V. of nett and n* of Sett615'18'160! I 5 99 P A Bachelder . 'hot 1 sub of sv, . .! 4115122! ; t 91 F I. Tucker .. . of. . ... . . . ... .1! 61151241! 38 f 2 *;

\! i I. D B Morrison & Co. . nwtt . . . . .1! 715'18'160! !! 5 99 W Thomas ,. . .,hot I sub of sU- . . . .1 41151221( 1 91 I P T Randall '. . . ne% swy ." 'V.f.1 6151211! 41 I 1 >
of : :
1 Unknown . . ..lots 1 to :29! inc blk 145 Grant! i I 11- !, I f I I i !! L'nknown. . v4 sett- !! 6i524': !: -4" I 1 41
}" ; Park sees 7 and. . . .'181518'swtt ': : 1 1 91 B G\m . "' of nett . . .1 I 51151221! 40 1 2 76 E 0 .'. . ne of nw% "- . .! 7l54l! 49 l 1 148
i W J E )pi'rson. . . of nett . . . .I! 9'1511810' I 1 S4 Lucan . .. .Iwl 1 of se'.4 of sw% . . .1511512120| i 161 Corer' . lot 94 95 101 10 10S Watdinal! 8l524t! 2- i 1 ft.:
\ .!lO'15'18il60' ;! I 6 23 Hollingshead : .! 5ll522l! 10 t 1Annie 37 C. ne%of set' . . .. ..f 9I15J24! I 2
i i T F Morgan . ... lots of nett and e of nw \.4 of s of see Unknown . . -I <:
Peacock & Co. . . e% of nets .112151S" | 80 I 24 L Bentley . . .. .lwl of nwtt of swtt of, se'4 .1'! 5'1522i! 1 I I 91 L & I'Co. . n6%of sw% . .illha241: ; 4ft I 1 4:
; I f i Empire Land Co..1.. of nett . . . .:12:!'15'lSl: 4eit I 2 S4 Miss. Nellie Toothache et4 of sw% of s\1 of se.1! 5l522i!! ; I 91 It'nnin Sims . . s" 1 of nets . .. .121151241! 40 1 4" ;
\ I Jas A Graham. . . of swtt.215l8'! so ; 2 4i J'D RobertsonW . . se41 of sett . . . .1 I 61522I! I 2 30 I Lrry . . et of s{!. . . . | !i241 8. : 2tf
1 I I! C II Hargraves. . ..ne''" of nwtt . . . .!l3'15'1S40' J 2 25;) i W Clyatt . . nett of nett ex 140 sq ins! I I I I II I R.br yds e ad \ on e side of! I i. I

I Unknown . . . wU. of sett . . . :-13 ir..1*! 8ftsi 1 36-1 1 I ne cor . .ys. ;'' "1'!1-911"! .". !14 22 L'nknown . . \% of sett . 4l5i24f 1,! 16 1 1 3: '
I f. Unknown . . of nwtt . . .'14 15',IS'' 8ftswtt 1 5 07 i : Baker. . . . I com 14 s and 105 yds w of! I II II 'I P L Bridges s?a of nw-tt and nee of sw-tt'WlSi' 20 : 44
I l' D B Morrison & C,.. . of swtt . . . .114'15'ISI' 40 1 2 3n I I! ne cor vs sett . . .1!' 71151221 1 ft R Brad as '." '.". So"sw% . .!18 20'15'2440! ; f t< x
.
I t W Zetrouer. . . nwtt of nevi and n. tt .If nwV4:15'151S'! Sftswtt 3 9i : ; th"nct w 1 yds n 140 yds el I 'I'I I3n i i iI t American Phos. Co.' . ++.v '. . .. . .120'124': '! -4" I. 5J
t D B Morrison & Co. . of. . . . .:lS15il816nett : n 1 7 S1- I yds s yds. . . .1 1 1 I 2 041 American Phos. Co. . ne! of ,\4. . . !2 !l5f4f! 4ft i 1 ;
t D B Morrison & Co. . of nee . . '._ISilS: 4ftwi 1 2 3'1 Heirs of S H Parry .' of n\\1 n of R R..I' 7'15'22' 33 I 3 92 A J Morris . lot HP%-r'r-'J-- . . . ..!22iir124! 40 1 I
; C II Hargraves . . of nwtt and >w tt >>f. . .'22'15'18: l !! 11 --I : LOUKHarwell . .: nft 2 15 16 blk 5 Robsinson!; I I : ni': of lot 3 and swtt'' I t I !

\. 1 i t ; C II Hargraves . . swtt of nett . . .':2315'lS'4ft' i! 1'4 j. and Large ad Ocala. . ..1! 7115122! I 3 0 Unknown . . lot of I1V\4 .. '. '. . ''23:15:2403:: : ie"s 3t
i! :" D- B Morrison & Co. . nwtt of nwtt . . . i23'1518: '> 40 I 184 Luis Harwell . . lot 121516 blk 5 Robinson! -i I I I A J Morris . -4' '. '. . . !:315; : 3t I 1 4'
i C II Hargraves . swtt ofne14. . . . '24:15:18'40: : 1 2 3'1 ad Ocala for 1905.1! 1522l! I 3 0 of nett and nv r Of sett and' : I ;
and'arge
I i C L Dean . . . w\! of nwtt and !ett of ntt: ': i' : :Mrs. F D Gillian . .'n4 . . .,. . .1 1 8'1522i220' 120 Mm A \ If ,\ . . !1241554':31! : I 71
I I. and nwtt of sw tt . . .1!26'l5'18il6ft I 7 68 T K Elli-nt . . com on bdy of sw' 560 n 1 I Ii L'nknown Graham. .. nw, of nwtt .. t 40 I 1 424l5'2t :
I t ot
I C H Hargraves. . sett of nwtt .27151S1' 4''' i iI 2 76 I i : n bdy of Alvarez grant. . i 81522! 1 II 1I ' sw% of nw% and se% of sett 24'1524'! SO 2 4r
I f . .' '118'0! I 91 Unknown . :. lot 3. . . . . -
I W W raiey.Phillis . lots 6 8 sub of et: of. 33:1: I thence n 360 yds w 3S yds r I i I II L'nknown .13615i:41# HUf; 1 *>l
: I Ocala Fdy & Machine Wks sett . .i3415181173) !19 99 I i 360 yds e 336 yds . .s.! i 1 22. 751! 5 97 John A Graham' ... . Jot 12 3 4 sub of nw4 of % !_ ; 20 I 1 2:
1 Large. . .et4 of elf ex 41! chs n and s on! i i !, 1 I Eliza Donnelly .. .. .com 1352 n and 1579 ft e ofi I I I Ii i s of nand w% of sw%! I I I I

n end. . . . . .1 1 I'l5il9l! 52 5 3; I i sw cor. .f. . . . .1! 815'22! ;! f L'nknown and sel4 of sw% . .1 6i151251160! I 4 74
of ,i fraotl . . .1 I M5119! 59 I 12: Oi! . sw'4 of se 4" . .
Unknown . . . w-v. e i thence n 105 w 210 s 1051 1 I I John .1 I 6115(25! ( 40 I 1 4
i Gen P --Murphy . .. w% of wu . . . . .1! 2'1519' | 60 I 5 53 I I ft 210 ft. .!. . f. . .1 I I I I .50! 3 C John A A Graham . nw% of nw% . . . .f 7115251! 4Q j 1 4:
Chas Ford . . st.'f s1 ex 1 acre to R R. .I! 2'1519' !! 28 t 276 I Mrs. I Holden ... '|com t 1352 nand I2gj ft e ofl I 1 I I Lake Graham . lots 2 and 4. . . . .1171x15! ..4 1 1 :>

UnknownUnknown. . . . e L f ne% . . . .i I 4'15(19180! 1 10 45- sw cor. .f. .. . . .1 8115! !221 1 John A Bryant Ft Co. nw u .2 . . . . ./Il9ll525l'i0i20l5l25U! I 4 44
; . . . w' of set, and set of set; .. .'. 6ll5ll9l20sett : 1 6 44 thence e ft to sw cor I I I 1 John A lots 1 5 6 . . .. 7I2S1525 I 4 44
t L T Hendrick . . of lot 3 bl 4 Romeo. .) 6'15l9'! .25! 1 05 Donnelly 10 n 105 ft w 61 oi! I 1 Is I Unknown Graham. '. . lot 2. . . . . .. { | 6: 1 1 65
Tom .-Allen . . . n, of lot, 2 Rome.. .'' 6'1519' 1 10ii parallel with R R to p o b..1! 1 I 1 I 2 8 '. tot 1 '. . .. . .129115125113 1 Kf

I 1 HtnrIln.. . .. 1 bl 8 Romeo. . . .1611511! ; I 145 Dr. Chas. . .. und tt int . .1 8115! !22! 40 110 Lake I I I
) . . nett n\4. . . . I !, / I 2_ 05 M S Tor. . .. .Ie4.ls1 of of nwtt . .19115122 I 20 I B1'ant Fruit Co. lot 1 2 3 4 ; and etc- Of nwlsoI15125i37'! I
i Unknown . . . .!tsw'a of nett . .. ... . .!12'15I13' 40 507 Wm Cook ... . "isl of s1 nwtt . ... . . .1 I 9fl5l22t\ 40 I 1 61 1 ? 3 . .!3111512511! f 116 71
1 J S Cassen . . .ett of nwtt of nwtt .I1315191! 10 I 1 05 DC Cutler . . ..!s1 of cett . . . .110115122141! 12 I 76 Charles Graft . . w I4 of fct. . . . .I33115125I230; 4! \\1 t
L D B (Morrison &Co. ts of nwtt and sad of sw'. .!l4'i5l: '16*> I 12 Ofwtt Caroline Shaffer. ". .. .:el of sett of sett of sw' or! j I 1 1I Empire . . all of fnet. . . .1 I 43
C H HargravesD . . .I231519160:! '! 8 43 I i I lot 6. . . . .. .1101151221! 5 1 1 Unknown Land. Co. . lot 1 ant of lot -_ .. .1 31151266Gi! ; r J 4;
Morrison & Co. . nVi of nett . .. ..12S'15't9:84! !l' 9 69 I ID C Cutler . . .Int'4 of swtt of nett . lOl5l22! 10 1 1 I . . 9% of 1. . . . ., 8.1 !I15 1261| 40 I 1- -
I Ford.& Hiller.s, % of ne%.and s}; of nwtt and! I I II I ; D Richardson . .!set- of ne'k . . . 13H5I22I 40 1 1 81 Empire Land I I I I 1 :
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I i, sett .12S15191320 I 179 I 2S 'J L Prker. . . .!jw 3-4 of s% of nw1 i of swtt.l3l522l! 15 1 1 Empire Land lots 1 and 2. . . .1 91152&. I
1 < l S J Bowie. . . e% of SW?. . . 35U5'19!' 80 t 3 22I i . . ''e 3-4 of ni of nw1 of % ..! '15122115' I 1 & Unknown Co .. >i I S J Bowie. . . . slot, of . . . 36'15'.lSil6! '! '! I 7 38 I I ,Ii IM I I I 6 L'nknow '' t"% of w1 of ne% ? . .1 I 2111512611,1 to I 2 30 ft
1 W C PriceD . . t"% of nw% . . . .1 I 4'15'20i: 80 I 4 15 !j W F Parker . . w? of nett . . . I14'1522I: 80 I 4 15 . . s% of set. of nW}j and nw i,, of! I I I11 I I

B Morrison Co. .. . swtt .I! 4l5'20'lSi! i ; 99 'Tre, .. 2 3 5 7 sub of nwtt . .'Il4l5'22'! 20 I 12 30 W T S sl . . . .f 7116118! 60 I 3 j
Ceo A Lonp . .. . sett of swtt . . . ..I I 5'15l20! 49 I 84 H Hardy . . . lot sub of nwtt . . U4U5J22! 5 1 pence . ... lot 2 3 18 19 blk 9 DeWit Park( I 1 .
D B (lIorrison & Co..e4 of sad nw% of swill! I I I I IF" \nn P Wbittier .. lot 6 sub of nwtt . . H4I15I22! 5 1 9 G B Patterson 1 and. . . I 1 '
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and nH sett . . .'! 6'lS20'20i! I 46 95 parker . . .. lot 10 sub of nwtt . . .!'14ll522! 5 1 1:7 Sam Davis . . s% of ne% and n?! of '; 81Ultl! I -53 \
D B (Morrison &. Co.. . rii of nett and nwtt of nwttS'15l20il20! 1 5 9S S C Rbr . . lot 14 sub of nwtt . . U4I15I22! 5 91 . . W f and ne i,40f net, sblkst' 1 I I t : ()
1 t Geo. A Long. . . nett of nwtt . . . .I I S'15'20: 40 1 271nwtt '/J L . . .. lot 15 sub of nwtt . . ( 5 I 91 9 1 11 81 8. I 1 1 .
( UnknownTony .. . of SW.1 I SllSifO! ; 40 1 2 76, iMoorhead . .lut1I21 Park. . DeWitl I '
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r I lots 25 26 27 23 sub of nw .( : 20 i % Davis . . .1 81611SIW! : ) I 10 23 /
i Carter..e of nett of sett . . .ilO'15'20! !' 10 1 2 39''tWat 1 Gotten .. . .0 com 33 Iks n and S.41 chs w I j I I : Sm . w' an.3 nwt' of ne'', ex blksl I I'I i
I F S Jones. .. . . set. of set, ex 7 cb s in sw! I I. I 1 1f ne cor of Alvarez grant. .of. 3 9 1 1 81 82 .Itt Park! M I 1
1 Nr. . . . . .! I 12 17i .1ll221 for D I
f ll'l5l2Di 1 35 w 6.33 chs n 16.57 I I 'I I Unknown . . . .1! Sl6ilS! '330
I i Chas Ford. .. .. ... .07 chs sq in sw cor of seal of I I I Isett 1 IF tenct. chs s 7.7S chs w 2.50! I j 1 . . aey1 of nw?;; . . . .! 9l6lS!; 40 11):9
; . .. . . .!11'15120' ; !! 5 1 1121 I chs s 2.64 chs e chs s 6.45! | I I Unknownn ll. Adm . . .112116'19160: / 1
: ? Mrs. J C Turner. .. . 2flS ft sq !in ne cor of swtt, .!U3'1520'' '! 1 f 91 4 chs . . 2.51. . .,. .1 I I I I. 110 I 5 Unknown .. .. .. .. .. ? 31,2 of se. . "' . .11211681| | 80 J I'B 18 93 93

Mrs Nettie Veal.. .. .com 20S ft w of ne cor of swtt'lS'lSl'OIthence 1 1 t' Wat Golden .. . .,com 237 ft n 'of se cor of lot 111S15I22! t 4 S.5 'M pan!.' ". . .. .. ne ,i of ne1 .. . . .!131618! 4L I 9 69 .
s 20$ ft w 20J ft 2081! I | 1 Ii .n1h or na ;,
I n I thence n 420 ft w 220' i s 420! I W W (1yatt .115116(18( 80 I 2 75
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> ft e 208 ft..I! I Mil i I 1 51 I t e 220ft-. . . . .1 I I I I 12 I 221 Ifei rS of Atkinson' . .. .. 3W"tH of seVi . . . I181618! 40 I 1
Sam Reese . ,. .., of nwtt 15154O' S 364 Greenwood Cemetery . se of e>i of lot 1. . . '17'15'22l'! 10 / 07 .,Irs E V Tompkins 3e ofnH ne .i und *,-4 int . .1251161181( !; "9 15 I 6 4
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x A W. Woodward. ..tWt yds e and w by 43 yds n! I I f I Jas Roddezbury . .llot5( 17 18 19 sub of nw?. or i 1 I lot 1' to 54 inc ex lot 6 TompI' I I I I

k'a ; i.r and s In ne cor ,of swtt i1,15':O.:5 i i 1 67 I nW;; . . . .:181522i, / 1.; I 3 OS s ad Dunnellon In sv; ofl i'I I ,
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10 I ''.." '" ; -1 11 '"J. :--1, :-- 12! i : < r: E-Mclurtry . .l.tg 133; 136-137-138- 155 156); \) !I -! -' ; I Thoma.- Wilson . .!tall of . . . . :29116! 21.639 !123 55i Sb: Eliza Woodworth. lot, 3 4 blk 43 Bent>vi w. . .! I 1 I I-I 91 ;
Geo Tompkin's ad to Dunnellon in! 1 I i 1'Noah I Ulmer . '' nett of nett . . .139.1621'! ; 40 j i 1 84 Martin . . lot 2 blk 63 Belleview..I i I 1 31
SW% of nwV . . 251618i| | | 3 56 Alexander Wise . .,.n\\ 1., of se% . . . !30il6-21.; ; 40 : 2 76 G S Mosher . . lot 1 blk 65 Belleview. . .I j i ''I 1 I 4.6:1{ 9 i
Unknown . .. sw'.,& of sett . . . . .1|261618! !! 0sett i -I us Thomas Wilson . !all of . . . . ]31'1621650' ; : ;1 23 55 W H Woodward. . lots 1 4 blk 69 Belleview. .I] I 8.601 1
B Williams . of swtt and nw % of sett! i i i : Thomas Wilson . .. jsft of nett and wft of sett32jl621'15! : ;5 07 G I Hammond . . lot 1 blk 72 Belleviewots . .1 I (I I I 1 3
Clara und ft into . . . ,,271618| 40nw'i : :; 37 r B Clark . . .nett of nett . . . .132116.21; 4U I 1 61 E R Stewart . . 3 6 blk 74. Beifeview..I I I I 5 I
Unknown . .. of sett of se% . . .!27116lS:0! ; 3 92jIIenning; L & .I Co .!nft of ne'4 and wft of se%! i i i! 1 John Kerr . . lot 1 blk 84 Bdl'i w. . .1 i i I 15,12! 11
William P Sttunk . eft of sett of nett . . .|3118| !18!! 20 2 76 i and nett of sw% and sw% of! I I I II T S Lockwood . lot 1 blk 85 Belleview .861| !1 O 1 1
E Vogt . . d r of nwtt and swtt of nw}; '31l16tb! )11:1'.1 i : 1)0; ;I sw 14 and se% of nwtt andi I i i Heirs of J B Webb . Lots 2 and s 1 of lot 3 blk I I 1
Mary . . . w>4 of sett of nett and e4 of! ; 1 I I nwtt of nwtt . . .33il621320| | | | 11 58 Belew.. . . . .l i I 7.59! 1 6
Unknown nett of se% . . . !31l6ilSi! 40 I 2 60 Louis Home . . .. . William P Strunk . w ft of swtt of nw?i and wft! ofl l j j L & I Co . .:..wft . . . . .!161211320! ;5 64 A I Brown . . lots 1 2 blk . .1 I I 7.14! 1 :
J neV of swtt of nwtt . 32il6'lSi! ;;i 2; ; 3 52 Thomas Wilson . .!Ine% of st% . . .1351161211{ 40 I 1-15 P Brljo.. . . . lot 11 12 13 14 blk SS Belleview I I 1
. .. .. swtt of ne% and nwtt of swtt 1 1 !i I I Thomas Wilson . .''sft of nwtt . . . .136116121| 80 I 2 45 J F Bret . . ot 1 blk 89 Belleview . .I I I 1 5 I 1 37
Unknown and sft of sft n of rivt'r. .!3.'; "'!!l8il33: ; I Ir..1Y 653 Jane Chandler . ",nV of nett of sw% . . 2616J21! [ 20 I 2-15 J F Daret . . lots 1 2 blk 99 Belleview .I 1 I I 9.11 2 75
& Anderson . loll 1 to 19 inc Dunnellon.35l| !: ; l 12 0 ulII A Ford . . ..wft of nwtt . . .12116122\.8 I | \ I ;5 07 )lcihe& Mayo . lot 5 blk 99 Belleview..I I I I I I
Unknown . . . lots 20 to :27 inc Dunnellon. 3516.1M| ',! I ;5 Oi Maggie Howell . :3 chs n and s by 12.90 chs el| I I I f J . . . lot 5 blk 95 Belleview" . .1 I 1 I 4.nl) 1 1
Y Miller . . . lots 387 388 Dunnellon . .!35il6lSi;| : :: 30 I I and w in nw cor of swttI 31622i| | 4 1 67 C D Barne . . . lot 6 blk 96 Belleview . .I 1 3 1 1 1
Eliza C Giles . . ot :& Dunnellon. . . iSS'lfiilHl' '! ] I 5 07 Unknown . . .nett; of swtt . . . .1! 51622! | ; 40 I 2:: 84I J L Fish . . . lot 3 blk 98 Bt>lte\"iew. . .1 1 I I 5 t 1
UnknownUnknown . . . lot 43 Dunnt>lIon. . . .135116.1:I<| i 2 761 Unknown . . .'lots 6 S 12 Brown & Dyal's! I I I I Alf Abshire . . lotI: blk 10: Bellevtew..I I I 1 15 1 61
. . . ItII! Dunn"Hon. . . .I35i6l8t! : 6 231 j : sub of Hyjulius Grant twpsi I I I I I II II S II Woodrow . . Sots 1 14 blk 107 Betleview.l I I 55Si
& Anderson . . lots 75 to 104 and 133 to 142 and! I I i 1 I 15 and . . . .'! |1622! 75 I 16 01 F W Peifer . . lot 10 blk 116 Beleview..1 I I
Pay 148 to 160 and 167 to 265 and I i !M- I F R Gary . . .I w ft of nett of sett and nwtt! I i I I L W Peifer. . . lots 1I 5 S 9 { I 91 I
291 to 301:: and 308:: to 311 Duni! i I! 1nellon I of se!{ . . . .1| 8,1622'; | '! 60 I 4 34 Mrs H C -Martin . lot 6 blk 134 Belleview. . .1 I 5 1 1
J. . . . . |3516S! '; | 1914 Amy Simmons . . n\\'y4 of nevi . . .1 I 9il622; | 40 I 4 44 A -M Bridgman . .. ..lot 1 bik 138 Belleview..I\ I I r 4 I 1 I
Cap Phos Co. . .1.). 356 Dunnellon . . 35l6ltv| I 1 8'i W II Burrell . sett of swtt J 19R612I40, | I 2 45 Martha Mason . . nft of nw?; of ne'; and nft of! I I I
F J Titcomb Trustee; lot 365: Dunnellon . . .13511&11i11| | | i 7 38 Henning L & I Co. . sw yj of nett and se% of nw}iI101161:21! SOnett I 2.6 nett of nw j. .. .. .I 1311161231 4} I 15 : V i!
E M Ray . . . lots 422 423 437 438 Dunnellon351618j| | 1 3 92 Sol Johnson . . ., of nw?+ . . .!101622' | | 40 1 2 76 Alee E Mason . ..sft of seU of nwtt ex 132 ft e. I f t'I 1
Roberts . . . . . and end . . ; I 3 M
C Y Miller. .Agt . lots 426 and 436 DunneIl)n. .43a16isl| 1 y1' C B se U4 of swtt HO [ 40 I :2 30 w on e J31I16! 23 I
Unknown . . lots 467 468 and 43': tll 497 Duni! I i 1 Dr James McIntosh ',eft of net; . . . .{111! 1622!: | SO I 2 76 McGeheeMayo . nEof swtt . . .131116.231| ; | 4 r : 30
+ nellon . . . . 3516il8i| : I 6.931 Hennins L & I Co. '':nett of nwtt . . .Ill 16I22J{ 40() I 161 Mrs A T Whittier . n}: of swtt of sett and swtt 1 | I I I
Sam Bass . . lots 526. 527. Dunnellon . 35J16H8! I 5 07 John Woodruff .- '!com 595 ft s of nw cor of swttill 16i22| I ex net, of swtt . . .}311623149'tt !! !: | 5 11S
Mrs. E. D. Tompkins lot 557 Dunn Uon. . . 3516J18i: | : 14 00} I ; thence s 355 ft e 35S ft n! I 1 fi Unknown . . ':e of nett and w w of nwtt'' t' t I I
Unknown . . . lots 897 890 901 Dunnellon. 3316Jli| ; I 12 255 ft w 558 . .t t'nft 1 I' 1 3 t I LMcGehee 37 ex nwtt of swtt.Ol nwij nnd'1 j 1 ( |1
Unknown . . . lots 1223; 1227: 1267:: 1337 13591 I i I & Mayo . of sett and sett of settlll1616s22| 221120 1 :3 29 .:-"I'a.A, sft! of nett of hw}i and \ 1 t I L.1 I
1361 Dunnellon . | : | ts: !5; Peter: Wright . . sw% of se'i . . Ill 16 22| 40\ I 2 30 of sett . . . .. 31jl23; I tti 1 23
W P McKinneyHenry . 1.tl112)2; 1238 1266 1270 1272 12741\\35'116:181| I I I Unknown . . '',nw?; of swtt *x I S ehs e and! 1 1 I 1 I 1 I David McAteer . com at ne cor of sw} .'32i623! ;; !| 1
1292 1291:: 129S:: 1309 1338 13501 i I I I I : w by 11 chs n and s in swjMcGhee i I I I'' I .. ..,.-. thence w 20 chs s 5 chs e101[ I I t 1
1332; 1360 136 Dunneilon..135116'IS: ; '! I 7 93 '; cor . . .;ill 161221; 34 I 2 44 .. chs S 2 chs e 1.31 chs s 12.93 1 I Ii
Gordon . . lots 1220: 1226 1240 1246 1204! I i & Mayo . .'neu. and sft. . . . .1121161221..4! 14 31 : ..: ,: j. ..:, chs e S chs n 29 chs and wft I I I t 44of
,1! 1421 1422 Dunnellon . .|35 161181! I r 371: McGehee & Mayo . nett of nett and ne}. of set |113116122| SO i 3 22 sett and 220 ft n and s on! 1 I'I I IS
Din: Miller . . . lot 1236 Dunnellon. . .!35116'18! I 1 61 J Hag. Jr . . "w-v, of swtt of swtt . .|13il622! 20 I 230 side of sett of s\'. . .!I' I 1 114SO I 6 X
Julia Keddick . . lot 1245 Dunnellon . . .} !16118!: I 23: 55 Peter Wright . '.". :..sft; of nwtt of nett . .Il4l622! | 20 I 1 37 Unknown . . . swat of neli and net, of swtt 1351hl231 I 3 44
Dan Stenson . . w% of lit 125t Dunnellon. 35U6US! : I 2 76 McGehee & Mayo. ..,sft of nett and nwtt of settHll5l22120; I 392i Mrs 'M Wallace . w' of Lemon Island . .36116123' : { 5 1 6T
T L IJwrt't' . . lots 1257 12..8nellon 1277 1278 Dun-I t I I I Unknown . . '"''nwtt of nwtt ex 6.32 chs sql! | j | I R C liddletown & Bro ne11. of swttsett . . . .1 11624,| HI 76
. . . . .351618i| ; ; I 5 37 :. in sw cor . . . 114116122''! 38 2 69 R C iMiddletown & Bro of swtt .I 11624! I :
W J Mixson . . lots 1261 1855 Dunnellon. . 3516ll35l6l8i| t 12001! Unknown . . nwli of nwtt *x 6.32 chs sq inj j | 1 I T J Sellers . . 13.50 chs n and s on s side: 0 t t 4 I, 6
T D Weeden . . lot 1269 Dunn-Hun . . .! I 3 92 i sw cor for 190 . . 14ll622| | 3S I 2 60 nw% of sett! . . !I }; I 1
A E Boone "Iot 1281 Dunnellon . . 35il618| | I 1 611! Mrs S E Turner . sett of se'i of set, . I14J16I22I 10 I 1 14 I Ii Heirs of G R Wilcoxen ..w14 of set, and 1-S of se'i 1 2161:4i! I 6t
T L Lowret- . . lots 1283 1284 128S l'J89 1299! I I I I i! Fred Perry . . ..corn at sw cor of Morris lot .|141622! :! I of sw}. . E. . . I I 45 214
1300 Dunnellon . . 3516l8| | 99 i thence w 187 ft s 250 ft | | I I D A Thompson . . neh of .13161:41 t I II
C T Lowree . . lot 12S5 DunnfUon . . .|35 16J18! 92)) 187 ft n 250 ft . . e'I t I 1 I 1 51 of sw'isft .1O 1 J 70 3 52
Dan O Watkins . lot 1336 Dunnellon . 13516118'! ;: I :: Unknown . . 'jsett! : of swtt . . I14l622l! ? 4ft I 230 Heirs of G R Wilt-oxen .I of ne}. of nwtt and s? ofl| I I I
MrsV F Scipper . lot 1365 Dunnellon . . .13516118''! 5 07j| L MiddMon . "lot 9 Cline's ad Santos I" 141622'! ? '; 1.50, 91 nw}. of ne?+ . .f. .!110161241: 40 1 1 9t
Thos Collier . . lot 1268 Dunnellon . . .|3516! #18' ; : 921 i Mrs M E Counts . -s :;-4 of sw% of swtt . . .11 711' 612! 2'} 30 I 4 44 Unknown . . . ntt of seU of nw}j and eft ofjswtt I I 1 iL I
W iW Mann . . lot 1370 Dunnellon . . .|3516| ISi 1 14'! Heirs of Jas Caldwell .,left of nett . . . 18il622| ; 80 I 8 03 . . . . !!1011624sft : 90 4 23
G/)' Mendenhall : . lot 1376 Dunn.-llon.!I35il6il8! ( !! : :221l'nkMwn . . . sft of sett . . . .'18116122: !: !'! SO I 8 43 D Marsh. .. ... .. of nw?j of swtt and eft oil) I I IL I
Airs. N A Ilargraves . lots 138S 13J1 Dunnvllon .I3516jl8| !| 9 651: II A Duebel . . .V uw4i and nw ttof s\\ % and! | swtt . . . . .11262110G! | 3 52
H_drs of W II Stevens lot 1113 Dunm-llon . . .!3516il8'! i 1 611!, 1 i eft! of sw% and swtt of seu1901lS'221320! I IS 31 D Marsh. ... .. .. 'w. }: of nwtt and se} of nwttt I I
'. Geo McGahasin . . (lots 1421 1422 Dunnellon I35U6I18! i ? 3<* CG Nix . . . .;sett . . . . . .!2116j22l60'W | I 6 44' and nett of swi& 4 . .!13l624!! i 160 3 9*
Mrs Henrietta Knight .':!lot 1803 Dunnellon .s! | i 3 9- S Bullock . . 'js>ett of swtt . . .!211622l| | 40 I 1 45 L D Marsh. ... ... nett of ne}, . . . | 1
Unknown . . 'Hot 18S6 Dunn .Illn. . . .!I35'l! !il8| :: 6MoGehe, *' & Mayo . .,Iswtt of sw/4 . . . I22J16I22! 40 t 1 84 Isaac[ Perry .. o. . sib of sw'i of sett and swU .IH:612tI40 I I 1 d
H A Fort . . lots 1805 1839 1S11 1843 DunnelI! I I I Unknown . . .wft of nett .l2211221! | > I 501 sell of sett . . . ..14I16I24! 30
Ion. . . . . 'SoilfillS'' 8 It .1' '\Ir" F J Mclndor . ntt of lot Al Wheeler's sub. 123116122! 3 I 1 14 Unknown .. . ..eft of nett of setteft . . ;: 1 111
j t... Unknown . . . lots 1849 IS61: 1 IS.9! Dun-I! j i i Inellon I 1: Jane Cunningham . .'lot A3 Wheeler's sub . .t23tI6122112! I 1 14 Frank loss . ., of nett of sw?. and S?2 o.IH',16tHI:0, + I 1 U
\ \.. '" !i16'18' I IJ 999111] H Polly . . . lot A4 Wheeler's sub . .i23116122( 12 I 181 sw?. ex 10 e and on I ,I t 1
Heirs of Atkinson . sw% of swtt n of river und ft| !' I I I Alice Damon . . e'4 of lot 3 Rickard's sub .!2316122! 4 1 1 14 w end .cb. . .Y. 3 2.
tnt . . . . 36il6il8.| 15 ;133' r P B and R L Bradley wtt of lot 3 and lot 6 Rick30 I I I Thomas Pasteur . of sett '. . . .11516124.9! I :2 75
Henry Wild . . nwtt of swtt .' 2116119! > !' 40 : 2 j : ard's sub . . . .{23161221! 35 1 I 30ii Unknown . . wft w1 of nett of SW?{ ,1155i1624I: 20 1
01 ,il MartinJerry . . 1sw14 of sr% of swtt .! 2I16I191! ; ; 10 i ?J McGehee & ''Mayo .'fjs of swtt . . . 23116! 22! 80 2 76 Louis Meadows . swtt of sett of nettswtt . . 16J24; 10 ( I
k Burnett . '' eft of nwtt and swtt of nw%! 5ll6l,19i2! ; 9_ In. A Stannie *ft of nwtt of settlllenmng . >231622! | !! 20 I I 1 37 UnknownIsaac . . . of ne?. . . . .12216241$ \ !, 40 I I 1 9
Mrs A.LAlkm ; : ':'n":' of swi4 of nwv, . .1| 6J16U9'! 20 1 61 L & I Co ..*l of nwK . . . 23116! !22! 40 1 1 61 Per . . of nett . . . 2311612423J16I24! 40 *"* 34
First Nat'l Bank. F Ia., Agt'r.s > 4. . . .\ 6'16U9'! 2w: 1 1 61 McGehee & Mayo. . ?'ne% and n% of nw" and I! I J I J : . .o ..law'4 swU of netteft . . : \ 20
,; First Nat'l Bank Fla.. Agt sw'tt of swtt ex 70 yds sq in| I I i1! 061 i, of se?4 . . . 's/1 2416 221317AIcGehee I 12 30IJ J 1 B Martin .. . of swtt w of river. . 23116124' 60 2 9
ne cor. . . . . .i 6il619! | 39 1 I H Gardner . . .,3.16 chs sq in sw cor of nwtt 1 1 I i I Unknown . .. . nJ of swtt of sw? . . 23116124! | 20 1 ?
'; Unknown . . s1of se'i I 6U6119I! 80 I 4 1-1 : of swttii . . . 241161221! I 1 :21i L P Warterman ... . e 3-4 of nw ttof sw!l s of pub- I
J B Peyton . . .:se% of sw V* and sw ttof sett! 7il6,19;, !! 80 I 4 Unknown. . . ;com 10 ft s of ne cor of nwtt r lie road. . . . !416.I! 124, 25 2 6*
Heirs Atkinson . .|sw% of swtt und ft int. .1! 716119;;, : 20 1 37 of sett . . . . 25116122 I II Unknown . . ..neU of nwU . . . :!51624wft 1
P Tustin . . 198ydsnandsby 71 yds n and! I I I I I I II j thence s 32 rds w 10 rds n 321 I f fi 'I I f fI Unknown . . . .. of swtt,of nw'.i of nt"}4 .126116241| !! 4 I S
w. in W cor of nett of nett! I I '! I i rds e 10 rds . . .1 I I I 1 2 I 2 04 Mrs' W R C BarcliffJ . swtt of ne?, . . . . 126116124! 40 1 1 il ,
I of nw4 ... . . .111116119! :3 ; 1 85 and Mayo . nw% of nwtt ex 5 chs n and sl| I I i A- For . . . nft of nw ttof nwtt and nett 1 I I I 1
S F Joiws . s 3.4 of eft of swtt . .!llil619l! | 60 i 2 84 by 10 chs e and w in sw cor .125 16(22( 33;) I 2 60 of nwtt . . . 26J16124! 69 1 2 6
J Carsteins . . "tvV. Of sett "of nwtt .: . 13116119! 20 I 1 25 I McGehee & >Mayo . nett of sw'i of nett s of p.951161221 i I I I UnknownUnknown . . ..sft of ne?i of se}j. . . 27il624; :20 I 3 I
Mary Blue . . .,nwtt of swtt? and eft of nett I I 't I ; R . . . 6 i, 121 . . "(noi of sw?; . . . ; 2Si6'24; ': ( 49 ,. 104:
?i of swtt . . . 1131161191; 60 1 2 1-1 Liberia Williams ...''com 8.58 chs e of sw cor of| I I I Jno A.Graham. . . se?+ of se?i. . . . .,,30612t0{ I 1 1 '
Unknown . > . . . '11318ll9i| 80 3 44 . . I Marshall . 3
.!s?i of sw 4. .nw% of sett .'25'161' :;1 pobt : sw L' of se?. . . . 30116124'! : '! 49nw'i 1 1
-\ru1\man & O . .jswttofnwtt . . . .lltl16119! 40 : 1 b. i thence n 2 chs e 2.50 chs si I 1 I I Blair Mayo of sw% of nwtt . .!31!1624i! ) 10 &
11'n Bluj . . .js, : of nett and ne?; of ne?. of! I I I 2 chs w 2.50 chs . .1 Mil I I I I .50'! 1 81 I M . . . swtt of sett of se% . 3116124J: 10 I \
V- I' soy--- . . . .!11'.16'lg1!! I 90 I: 3 14 R C Ridge . . :351 ft e and w by 310 ft n and! I I I [nknown . . . com at ne cor of se ttof nw'iJ3l16l24! : I 9
.I P Peyton . . nw>4 of nett and ne'i. 'If nw181161191: So I 9 69 s in se cor of nwtt of s' ttl25l622l: | 4 I 1 21 thence s 30 chs w 7.50 chs nl 1 M I I Ii
Heirs of Atkinun. .I'n\\\, of nwll" und ?: int. . !11 ::16tl9i! 20 i 2: 76 Mrs C H Northey . 1330 ft e and w by 327ft ft nl M I I !I i 39 chs e 7.50 chs . . .!! I ', 22 1 221 +I
E W Clements . tll lot 10 Fisk's sub. .119116119i! ; ::1 I In 1 61 and s in sw cor. . . 25ll6l22l| : 10 i 2 14I [nknown . . . nwtt of sett . . 132116124! : 49swtt f 1 84
L Barnes & Ca !nwli of nw% of nw4 w of R nI191619\! \ 15 I IW 1 84 Unknown . . ',sett of swtt and sft of sett! I f'I I I R L Martin . . of swtt . . . .!331624l| 40 1 1 i
J Weston . . .1se'h of ne% and e' of 5t.1191161912U! I 9 69 and s>ft of nett of sett I25il622ll40! I j 7 68 C iuaaieton &Bro . swii of nwVt . . . .|33il6i24| I 1 6'6
t1 Itai0 Weston . . .!I'' . . . .!WI6t19: : !! 40 I 2 05 J A Luciu . . .'nwtt of ntof sW% . .I 26il6i22l! : 10 i 1 14 nknown . . 2.70 chs n and s on s side of nw!| | I | 4 1 .
. . . . . Ise'4' ex ne% of seal" . . .:!1".116119:1"0: 3 44 Joe Lucius . . s\\% of nett of sw% and sett'' I I M I I tt of swtt . . . '!341624i! 5nett .50! 3?
Paid . . . . . :ne',4of seli . . . .t516'191! 40 2 05 of swU . . . .I26116I22/ !! 50 '. 3 -tt- R L Martin . . of sw1. . . .!351624| | 49 1 63mpire I
t Unknown . . se', of n\\14. . . . .!.1251161191 2 4-j! Harley Lucius . . nft of nu 1" of swVi . 26I1622I! 20 I 11 84 I Mrs J II Hall . .'n5 of nwtt of sw1. . . ((35l624J! !! 20 1 37 i
f Louis I1arroll also Johns': I I 1 I ', __ Willi. Lucius . . s?: of nw tt of s\\% .126116122' 20 I 184 1 I : Land Co swtt of sett . . . !361624i| 49 I 1 .
1Iarveys% of nw% of ne?. . .11116120 I ; 20 -) ID Mrs Etta Shaw . . sett: ex 19.06 chs n and s by! I I It : : I I I
: Unknown . . . is% of ne'4 of nw% . . .1 I 1116101! 20 2 t t 12.30; chs e and w in ne: co'ri!! I I 'It : Unknown . . . sett of nwtt, .36'1624I! !. 40 { 1 4; .
. . .Inw' % of net. and ne4 of n12:16i20! : ; so I' : 6"I! : and ex: 12.50 chs sq in see cor26i16i21121! : : 6 1 S3 Jno A Graham . all of .i 8iI6! j
Thomas WiIun . '!8w1oi . . . . .!.1Si16120162Unknown : 3. Unknown . . . 1',. of nwtt . . . .2616'22i! !; 811 t -, 38 Mrs C M" .-s 3-8 of se ttof nw% ( :25IHi! { 1 t
. 'J % . . . .i1Si161201160D I :4 44.IM,! () Ward . . lot 2: Beckt-tt Plantation . .!:26! >16'22'': 10 161 i Jno_ A .ne?. of nwtt and nwtt of nett29il6l25! | 81 1 i 2 9
G 1Ialo" . . . ;weak . . . . 'OI16201160: 44 E S Crowingshield lot :22 Beckett Plantation. .1".'!16121! Iii !It 61 I P lrlggs . . nt.L of swtt .;29'16t25', 80 1' *7
U noknwn . . 1'nwi; of n. hand n3: of nw1 !I i I 1 C B Sibley . . lot 42 Beckett Plantation . 34il622'! 10 1 1 61 1 Oliver Fort .,w% of es m ft sq in se-: ;
and sw 1,0. of nw'' . .!2841612'0160! : .I'I AJ Philbrick . . lot 44 Beckett Plantation. .13m6! !:::!' 10 i 161 cor..8. . . . ..130:6125t! : 75 12 83
Mrs E J Jordan . 'Ie4 and sw4 and st% of nwy3111620'S28tTflkflowii I 14 I >. E M Taylor. . . lot 55 Beckett Plantation . I261161221! : :!' 10 1 1 61 .\ Graham . . swtt of nwl. . . . .! I 1 6t
. . . sw 1iof neli and eu of nw141! I : J CHill . . . lot, 63 Beckett Plantation. .!3tl622.! 10 I 161 Unknown . . . e% of swtt of nett .t3ll6l25! | 4 I 91
3 n!. of swl i and nwti of se'4! 31161211tO: I 10 73 Robt S Pratt . . .;,lot 69 Beckett Plantation. .134116122: .", ; 1 37 F P Edinger. . . lots 5 and 9 sub of nwtt of nw! I I Itt I
Rebecca .1nl..y . e'! of ne I.i of nei4 . .I 4116211! 21J \ I 1! 65 McGehee & Mayo . :n\\% of nwtt . . .!27U6'22: 40sV. I 2 30 !**'!16:25110: 1 1 21
!' Shilnlls . . slr I of nw'% of sei . .. tt16121t! 1& I IPknOWn 35 Saltzwedel . .' of swtt of swtt . . 1271161221! :! 20 1 27G Jno A Grahaoi nett'of nwtt"and" s% of'nwtt 1# !I I
< . . . s>? of sll of n\\"l and s' 1 I I Iof I McGehee & Mayo . .,wft of sett' . . I28I16I22: Su i 2 45 ; and wft of sett .!32'1625200!' !!' 15 37 '
'- -. nwi IIf se14 of nw 14 .! 4:161211: ( # 25 )1)I oGodwin & Green . ".sett of se'' . . .!.1SI16122110! I 2-1j Jno A. Graham . . all of.'I36i6: >25640;! .1
., 'T.IS: Wilson . . all of ex wI,:. of sw % . .f i 51161211555 I : Hennin L & I Co . 'jwV- of nett and se' of n\\ % .1! 9116t221120! I 3 44 Fmplre no. . ..all of.! 1116126:640Jno : 14
Jeanie Jacobs . . nw,. of sw?4- t"x 139 yds sq ml I I I'I I II A Duebel . . ".!in', of nwtt . . . l29U6'22i' 80 I -1-11 eott . . ...all of. . . . . .I .116'96'6tO' !' 14 31mpire
nw cor and e-x 3 cb n and! 1 I'I I I Is ., Celiii Hamilton . . |*ii of so'' . . . I29I16I22': SO I -I-It Empire, Land Co . .';sett . . . . . .1| 3jis:26l45! :: !j, 3J
on s side . . .1 I 61161211! ( 30 I If' 0--a W S West . . 'istt of sett of se% . .1301161'32! : 10 I 85; Land Co . 'a-; of ne'4 and eft of se}; .110.16616Q! !:! !! 2 78
Tho + Wilson . . aU of . -. . . .1111612165t i } I IJ' 2"o 40 C V Miller . . swtt of sw... . . . .130116122! 40jswtt I 2 45 Empre! Land Co . . :all of. . . . . I11116126I643; 1 I 31
f' Thos Wilson . . e5. of s\\ . . . .1 81&1l'! : gt I 04 H Felder . . . of sw'i of nw% . .!131U6I22I 1 10 1 45 Empire Land Co . '''all of. . . . . .1216261337! r 1 3t r
y. "Thos Wilson . . SW}. of nwl\ and s',; of sr%!! I 1 I'I UnknownUnknown . . .!nett of nett . . . .131H6I22I! 1 40 I 2 05 Joseph Tobler . lots 9 10 . . . . .1 24i6,26i44| ; : I I
and tvS: of sw !i and ne% of; 1 I I Isw" I . . .",nett of nett. . . . .132 lS'22i' 40 i 2 0S5 ;) G W Tucker. . . corn 3.54 chs n 3-4 deg w oil I M I I I
. . . .1 4116121:39! I 9 03 Goodwin & Green . .'7.35 chs e and w by 9.48 chs nl! I 1 1 I se cor lot 1. 6. . . .!36l6',26 I! ; ,
James Cribbeu. . n of set; of ne14 . .110116121110 j and s in ne cor . . .133116221| 7 1 15 i! thence w 7.07 chs n 7.07 chs! I I I IW
:. F G Duhl . . . sei& of set . . . .1101161211 to I 3 44 L Palmer . . . s* of nett of nei4. . . .!23l6i22! 20 I 1 65 !i! e 7,07 chs s 7.07 chs. . .! I M I 5 J 131
'. Unknown . . SW}4 of sw'. . . . to I IP 3 2 05 McGehee & Mayo . 'jsft of swtt of sett . . 135116122: 20 I 1 37 G Tucker.Tucker . . ,com 1 ch \of se cor lot 2. .;|36161261!! I
G Buht . . w1,4 of S\\I . . . .lul16I..11 SO 1 t T W Reifel . . ';lot 6 sub of nw}, of nwtt-- .I38ll6t22l! 5 I lIt j I i thence s 26ft deg e 6.35 chsj! I I I in
Jim Finle).. . . w% of lot 10 sub of Todd! 1lplace I I I I McGehee & Mayo . .nett, of ne?. and s\\% of nwtti 7116123! 74 1 276 63ft deg e- 6.3 chs n 26ft! I I I II
. . . .I :! 10 1 1 9a Rennin L & I Co . ':inwtt of se% . . . .1 8(16123 I ( 40 I 1 61 deg w 6.35 chs s 63}: deg w| I j I I I
.J )1 Douglas .. .. ... etr of lot 10 sub of TodJI I I 1 1 MvGehee & Mayo ";.nett and nft of nwtt and sett' I I I I : 6.35 chs. . . . .1| I M I I 4 t 1
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: place . . . .111116L11 10 I 1 75 j II of nwtt and eft of sw% and! I I Iswtt I II G n corn 61 deb e 6.35 chs from al I I I I
Louis Addison! . .. com 55 ydl w of se cor of ntl 1 I I of swtt and e'of se141! I I'J i I 1; pt w of ee cor of lot 2. .i3611612 I
of nwy . . . .11 116 211 I j I and swtt of set, . . .t I 81161231521nft : !117 06 thence ? 12.97 chs s 6.74 chsl j j'I j I 4
thence n .un yds w 165 yds! I I I .. McGehee & *Mayo . of nets and nett of nwtt1! 9I16I23I120! !13 92 1 I w 12.3.4 chs n 53 deg 45 mini' I I I Ie I J
S 224 .\"ds a: 165 yds . .I i illlchard I I I 1 .aO, 1 95 Unknown . . ',\se% of nett and nw% of nwtti i I I Ii i I 2.39 chs n 28ft deg w 5.331 i ir. I t I
I I
Cain . . com -I5.0S chs e and 19.a chsi I I! : i and sett" of swtt and st>%! I i I Tucker . .i chs. . . . . .1 I I f 8 : HIt
n of sw cor of nw 14 1b11thence I i I of se i4 . . . .1 I 11623'160sett I 16 59 ,com ,6% dig e 36 lkg from a: I ( I I ,
n :.72 l'hs e 10.68 chsl I I .1 1 I McGehee & .Mayo . ', of nwtt and nwtt of swttlO'1623i! 80'swtt I 2.6 I j pt 1 ch w of S cor lot 2. .1:36116 26 t *
to w" bdy of grant se withl I I 1 Unknown . . .' of swtt . . . H0'16l23i! 40 I 2 30 thence s 261 e 5.94 chs! I r I t
'pt of com w 11.571 I . . of and of! I M I I f I de& I
grant to e 1 I Unknown ,s ti of se% swtt nft s 57 deg 30 6.34 cbs nl! 1 I I
I chsto pob . . .i I 1 I 3 I 2 95 sett of sex 2.50 chs n'!' I I I t. deg w 8.89 chs e 4.53 chsl I I I 3 1 2
,, .1t:'" BGiymp . . com at n. car lot 2 . .112161211! I II and s bI chs e and w 1n' ,M { I 1 Wm N Webber . . .cornl2 1.30 chs w of sw cor lot li36il62S! I 1
I thence s on w bdy of grant! I I I 1 sw cor. . . . . .I14<1623'! 29 3 20 \ thpn' 5.56 chs 7.32 chs sl! I I I ,
10.93 chs w 2.94 cbs n 10.93: I I I! I Unknown . . . s1.:! of set of swtt and nft of! I I i I 5.56 (chs( w 7.32 chs f . . .1 I I I 4 I 1
I chs e 2.94 ch: . . . .I! I 1 1 3 .). 35 1 sett of swtt ex 2.50 chs nl I M I f Wm X :Webber . . Jot 6 and uV of lot 1 Summlt;$$'16J26': 2.50! i
r J LV" "prltt" . . 5% of S\\'I.. . . ;121162211; 80 16 41 and s byI ens eand w in swl I i I Unknown : . . of sw'a4. .t141111? | i 40 ; 2 X
1_ JV Spr-.ltt . . .;n 7-8 of 11): of nw1i . .!13116211.O! I 6 U cor for 191)5. 1 . . .;114!16123! 29 I fI 30:!i I Thomas Wilson . . sw1 net and nett of sett and sfti) I I ( $
. &. Unknown . . "::1',50 'hs nand s by 8 'hs e!: 1 I I I W M Illey . . sett of sett of swtt . . .!!151623! '10 I 91: I of sett .I I Il7i20284wft r 8 13
and w in nw cor of ne% .!13i16 211 10 2 35 Unknown . . ..wU . . . . . .!1623320! 9 69! Tos "Ilsn . . of nwtt and sw>4 and swtti I I i iof I
Lizzie Graham . "com6.3.cbsnufswcoroflly-1! I I i! I McGehee & Mayo . sett of nwtt . . . '181161! 31 40 I 1 61: set ex sw% of swtt..I 3'17l20i249nett 93*
Julius Grant . . .113116111! ( 1 Hotchkiss & Allen . lots 1 4 blk 4 Dansbury. . .'19il623l! 2ftMcGehee 1 1 37 Thos Wilson . . . . . . . . .I i 517'20il71sft ;' ; ( 5 41>
thence n 14 deg w 6.33 chs "I! I \ : & Mayo . .:lit 3 blk 4 Dansbury . !19'16'23! 10 I 91: Unknown . . . of se'i . . . . .I! 5117(20( 89 i 4 44
7.90 chs s U deg e 6.33 chs! 1 i I 1e I I Unknown . . .:lots 2 3 4 blk 7 Dansbury .!19H623'! 30 I 1 37 J D Robertson .. lot 1 and nft of lot 2 in swtt.i! 7117120I120! : i 3 92
1.90 chs . . . .1 I I J a 1 2 65 Unknown . ',lots 1 2 4 blk 8 Dansbury. .!l9i6'23': 30 r 1 37 .-M Whitton . . sw% of se% . . . .I I 7'17120I; 12 7.
:. Louis Michael . . n% of s\\14 . . .IUI16..1 80- I 3 44 McGehee & !Mayo . nft of sw %and se% of swtt! I !'I I I B P % of ne% of se% and sett I I M I 4 I
Louisa Norman . n% of se" ex 5 a to cunnmg-I14'll&'i'I'I I .. -_ I and swtt of sett . . .119l6i23'160! I 5 37. Gett.n. neex 10 chs in ne of! 8171201! > | 39 1 3 0S ;
. ham . . I .. 13 McGehee & ''Mayo all of ex wtt . . . !20'16i23l4Sfls !' 119 39 }; of nett ..s. . . .1! 81171201! 49 12 :1 '
Thomas Wilson .. ... sw % of ne %and .nwv and! I i I.I I In116 I -9 Hennins L & I Co 3-4 of eft ex sett of se.l2ll6l23i20! 5 07. 3-4 and stt of sw% . .!lll7l20l520wft 115 47
of s}= . . .I151161211358Unknown I 14 93 Unknown . . . ntt . . . . . .12116: '231160! 4 15 R G Wright . . of nett . . . 1 27i
. . . .e 3-: of': . . . .IlSI161ItSO!: 1 IS Unknown . . 'n5-8ofni'?; of nett and sft ofl! I i I .11211120180 I !I 1 I (
Thomas Wilson . all of ex e7: of sw1' and 5"14 I I I I I i nett and nwtt of ne% and! I J I ; Thomas Wilson . ..S of ne% and ne1 of netti2l7'20l: '! 89 I 12 7i
of se?+ . . . .11"1161.0; : I 19 9" i! nett of nwtt' . .' .!22'16l23l85' 1 6 83< Thomas WilsonA . . ne1 and nwtt of nw?; and sft! l I I I
William Vogt . . e% of sw'4 ex .0 yds a and wi I I 1 I UnknownMcGehee . .. "'!set of swtt . . . .!2316I23I! 40 I 1 84 of nwtt and nwtt of sett.l3'172032S! !
} on e side . . . .11"16'.11' i" -8 I 3 O' & Mayo . .,nft of nwtt . . . .12-11613181! : } I 2 76 McC Brass . . n% of nwtt of ne'. . . U7I17I20I! :') I IIt
)- William Vogt . . e}; of sw?i ex iO yds e and wl I i I I C Peyton . . nV> of su of nwtt of swtt 24lfil23! 10 I 4 15 A McC Brass. . . of nwtt of nett and eft! I i I'I (I 3
(, ,J-A on e side for 1905 . .!17116121" .8 306 Cooner & Savage . nett of se'.i. .; . . .I2416I23! 40 1 1 61 of nett of nwtt . . .11 ill 71 OI$ 39sft f r 3 Ii
tnknown .. . yds and w on a stde ofl 1 161211 1 1 1sw I IL'nknown E W Kin? bury . . eft of swtt of nwtt of ne}; .!:!5116131' 5 1 1 11Charles :Ir L A Brass . . of neJ and ne?. of se?. and! I I'I I i
?; e. . . .111116-1; { 1-: 1 91 Ferrell . . 5 chs e and w by 13 chs n and I t I'I Is I nwtt of sett { | 12,
..70 and nwi of 5w?. I I of .'25lC'23l! 6 I 1 91 J A Thomas .. . . let .1111120IUI 1 {
. .. ?. of nw?. : 'I II in ne cor of sett sett .ne 4 of nw'+ of nwtt and s} 1 I I
and act; of 5\\1.;< and nw1 ofse1. I I Charles Ferrell .. . ,15 chs e and w by 13 chs n and! I 1 I I IS of nwtt of nw'4 . .!jl7'17l20' 39nwtt I 2 ST
. . . .llSI16121lSO! 9 14 I in ne cot of sett of sett! I I I G E nom . . of nwtt of nw?i . ..Il7il720! !! | 19sft 1 2 3d
Thomas Wilson . n1 and se1 of nei and netil' I I' I I I 'I for 19i5. . . . .125l623i! 6 i! 2 21 H B Jordan . . .. of swtt . . . .!117117120 SO I 2 75
of sel and sW1. of nw41, i UnknownUnknown . .'wft '.. of set, . . .25116123120' > t 1 84 C M Whittoa . . n ,: of nett and wft of swtt of! I M I I i I,
and nwv of sw}i . . .! 9:161113't.'sly : 15m 37 ..,lots 7 S 25 49 Candler. . .25111231! 1 I 1 S4 netteft . . . . 18li20100! 422
t \\ Ulmer . . SWI' . . . . .; .:01161211160Trzmas I 33 W R Enstleby . .. .ln14 of lot 19 Candler . .| 2.50! 1 1 F B Turner . .. of swt of ne!} . . !t8il720nett { 20 1
Wll"on . wt of ne1 and ,' and nw4 1 I I ie I t" J A MeCrearyHush . .'. "Illlot4, Candler. . .12516123! 5 I 2 JA_ Thom . . of nwtt and swtt of nwttlSll720nett !! l 82 5 1
of se4 and n}:nwf S\'t ,J& 121i161l113591komas 13 t White . . lot 35 Candler. . . '25'1623i! 5 I 2 76 . . . of l817.201! [ 49nwtt : 2>
e I D L 'Mark . . lots 45 46 Candler . . ..12= ('23; 10 I 1 1 I B Jordan . . .. of swtt nwtt: and w of nett'! I I( J I
"II8On . nwi and nei ot 5\\,1' and se1ii221161211.I I I I Rev A E Dickersoa . SWI, of swtt . . . .i2S'16i23'' 40 2 of nwtt . .i. . .!20'17I20l! 60 I 2 UUnknown
I' of sic': ?+ and nw1w of i3 Step Jenkins . .7.07 chs sq in sw cor of eft ofl I I I i inw . . ...sft of fwtt of nwtt . . '2217(20I! 29 I 1 34
and of et4 .12216211240! !: I 1 . . . 1301161231 5 I 144 . .
Unknown . . noi sei. }; Thom Wilson w 3-4 of nft and swtt of sw1;! i I I
Thomas Wilson .. sw?4 of na14 and nwi and 1{ 'I I II I II II'I I Inwv ''I 1frthN& [ay. . swi, of nw?; . . .. .3016I23! : | 49swtt 13! 22 and ne?. of swtt and swtt ofM I I Mpett r I
of el& and seLi: of sell! I I . . swtt and eft of 139(16123120( i 5 07 and n% of sett? . ..23H7I20U40' : t 14 9
and'nl: of'swll. . .1:3116113x9: 1 10 03 Gen T 'Mosher . !>i o blk C Belleview . 1 !'I I 1 3 22 Thomas Wilson . . sw4. of nwtt". . . .1251171201! 40 I 1 !
1-nnlng L & ICo . s'4 of sw ?4 . . "I !; I{ I 3 44 E G R Stewart . ? lot 6 and nft? of lot 5 blk .! I I IBelleview I I Lnknown . . . wft of swtt ... . . . .261201! : ? 89wft 2 75
Unknown . .. nw '4of sw4 . . ,!,24161121;I 44 1 45- . . . .I I I I I 4 22 Wilson . of neH and sei of nw I I I
Thomas Wilson . s\: of sW?' . . . .I- ; I -Q 1 3" 44- E G R Stewart . . lot 16 blk 7 Belleview. . ..I | |'I I 11 and sw?4 of sett . . .!271720'160nft 6 5?
P S Simmons . . swti of so'i; . . . .1241I6l:11, 4O I 45 J W Hilton . . lots 1 2 5 blk S Bele ew..1| I I t I W' WestHeirs . . of ne'i . . .. .12Sil1! ,'20'! 80 2 jS
Unknown . . . gW of soli of set; .124'16'21: 10 I 1 o a R L Martin . . .. lots 7 to 14 ex 9 10 blk 161! I I 1 I II of Annie -M Butt ..nwf4 of sett . . .!33i729j: 80 2 75
.J ... Thomas Wilson' . . n\:.. of ne'4 and nw1 4 0.f" n\\.iI. 1251161:11120Thomas I I 4 44 Belleview . : . .1 I I I I 1144! UnknownThomas . . . swof. nw}4 and wft;: of :swtt'' 1 I! I I
\Vllsan . . e!' of ne?. . .'I". : )1161"11) 79 I 4 44 Iss E Woodsworth lots 1 2 blk 19 Belleview. .I Ml I I. J 91 net of set;. .I33171201605! 37
Unknown . . set{ of S\\I' and w1of'. 5 };1 I I aljo' E Fogg . .. .. lots 789 blk 20 Belleview." .| I I 1 I 207 Wlteoa . . ant of nwtt .'.. . .!35l7:20l! : 49 I 1 61
and net; ot it'1.; . ''!26.16'lilb' ) 1 I 4 74 Lydia B Hart . . lots 3 4 blk 27 Bellevfew. . .I! | I I 1 16'.3 Petteway Home & Co. etc.. . : ::: . . .!36i729l69: [ I 5 O
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,:V L-Baff. . ::. com at sw cor of 'I Smith and Orange fits I'
::: Thomas Wilson .. .'se'a: of ne'i and nett ..* natti t J I : I. thence" e 7 1-6 chs n'; chs w! r !i 1 I I ;: ocala . . . i., I I
:,; and t'<. of sett and nwtt of-! i I i !I 10 5-6 chs s 6 chs e 3 ieh :| I !! '..5V14.5t! 5nknmn 76 f w 11'O ft n tb I
i! swtt . . . .1 I 117i21,204: ; I 6 S: I thenttr s : I :- 4 .
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t- . . 224: : ft >' and w on w side !<>t 5 ft 100 ft. . . .
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SmallHenning ... 'n! of nwtt st-tt I I side;, i oi 1
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: L & 1 Co .!,all of ex w'6 of swtt . .I 217i21i560| I 6" and ex 30 ft st on w side 217'24;: ::; >!: 3 36Jnknown. .'red Mtr.i..H . com Smith 3t'4 and Orange St-J N S N I I

,4 Unknown . . .rne% of nett and \\J2 of swtt'' G17'21il20nwtt (I 392 | 1 in se cor of nett? of i ie14 .! I ,
Unknown . . . : of nwtt: . . . 617'21'! : !! 40 I 2 30 I 1: ,sq. acre If ne>4 . . .2J 11'24! 1 1 211!I 1-3 ft w 210 ft' : I I )

Unknown. . .. . nt"% of se%. . . . .1 i 7il7'21'!;' 40 I 161 . . . nett of nett of nett' "and swtt': '. j!! ;i: i : thence 115 n 11", 1-J ft .- 2l+, : 1 I t
Co . e' ex nwtt of ne% . . 15'17,21.280e's 6 46 .' 20 I! 1 6-1 i to cemetery i
Henning L & 1 Z of nett of nett . . !2117J24!! ... . . .. .1! : I I I'
Unknown . . of sM-tt . . . .18H7:21! 80 I 392 Ubert Hudson. . . .s'i of nw 4 V f sw% . ',22171241, > 20 1 oJ.6 I. Work*; ,ft. 1 9 and li' to> 19 "W-<- 1 ,
JBelle: C Henning .. . set: of nett and set of nw tt19i17'21| : | SOn' I 3 22 : M J Jones . .. n1" of sett ex 5.83 chs e and> !\! I caU Kdv & .Mohn .k t< to City lots . I 7 1.'. -4: i 4'J ;- _
Thomas Wilson . of ::swtt . . . ..201T1: ; SO L 4 15 irs 12 chs n and s in sw ;!i j I II'II'w t.Ii't.'tontral . 1- 1- .'.>j

Unknown . . n', . . . . . |20:17121'32sw"'i : { I 646 eor.bv". . . . .122,17.24, !; 33 I 2 911 :Stephen Hodge. . com 76; ft s of nw ow'ftnSOft '/--1 I '
omasC un . . of nand nwtt of tt'2M7i21'' !: SOnett I 2 76 . . \\.3-40fsofn' and nett of! I:! I i I I Iswtt thencesSOftalt? I I ,,7
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.. [to Allsop II X S N Otala.- i
,, rrt"lmasI:1on'' . of nuts . . . !22'17,21'; !' 40 I 1 61 and nwtt of sett ana! I 1 I I I I ; w ivy ft ft of : I Ii
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Henning L & I Co . w;; of nand SW t4 . .'24 17'211240nett : I 5 07 sIof s.o14. . . 3124SO! !!!I: 110 I 29 I j[;{e.o W Robinson.-corn on Osceola St n q:, JJ! j ji

,- Thomas Wilson . . of sett . . . 125117,21;, : 40 1 61 3 W Darn & ('n&1t,.. of sett and nwtt" "f swttl2317'24l! | !' SO I 2 76 1 bdy.R with R R u- I II 1

Louis Home . \\"'i of nett and sett of nwtti! !! i I i J W Yarn & Co. . . su of swtt . . .'W17I24Itfrs ) 80 I 2 76 i thence e to R s . .' I I 4'-
and % of se% . . .J2S,1721'160! ;: I 5 37 I OsceolaStntopob. I
nw H Trevett . '::5.7;) chs n and s by 4.10 chs 1"1! i i I UO S CkalaI I I
. nwJ and of :17',21120nett | f 3 92 at ne cor bin .
: Wilson ; e' n',2 of swtt nwtt28 of nw1.4 of! I I I I Ise'4 lkoY
in cor I
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Unknown . .. of nett . . . ::2&17'21!I I| 40 I 1 61 'I, and: ..24I1724 w. ,ne -" ....35! 1.1 I I ;. thfnct- 294 ft s 150 ft. .w. 234L'nknown. I I .I" ',' I
. . . .!29U7i21; | 40 I 1 61 ft n 150 ft. . '
of nett .: i 1 14 I
Wilson ne4 . . ; of nwtt . .!i271724i} | ; 10 !
.<:. Thomas Unknown . .. nett of swtt . . . .13"1-)1'!: |" !I 40 1 61 :D EMrs KingL'nknown . . . .jnM nwtt, of of sett sett of sw ttof swtt---l27il7!! !: j- I( 5 I 91.I . . . "Icom 159 ft e of nw cor of Ai-i ad;,! I I L l
Caldwell's
. n of nett and sett of net! I I !! . . n'' I 1 i iI varez grant : ,
'Ihomas.i1son . 10 chs I
chs and w by I. ,
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': and n'i of swtt . . .i33l721il60! | 5 37 'I in cor of g.% .!'28il7l24! | 3 .50'! 1 44Ella I Ocala . des I
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Henning L & I Co . ';'2 of nw'i . . . .,,351721| | 80 I i 3 45 Adams. . ..Inett of s sorts . . . !2SI24140! | I 322 thence e 3.32 cbs s 46 311' ,: I
A H Brown . . .. nwl 4 of sett of se% . . 211722i: | 10 2 Joseph Johnson. . Slots 1 2 and 4 to 42 Gerrt ld's! I I I: I II min e 9 chs n 70 deg e 2.32.:: t'I;; I :
... and of sett1 1 !! i I I chs n ;.1\0 chs w 11 chs I
il 0 Eichelberger ;w ttof nett nwtt i sub of nwtt of s&4..f'29'17I24I| 16 I 2 61 '' .
int. . . . 61171221( 70 3 I w 11.32 chs e 70 Iks s'. 1 I <
und 3-4 OT L BardDriggers. . . and by 10 chs n and! I I 1 deg. i i lt3E 1
chs w I
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T H WhitejtfcGehee . . n% of se'4 of ne14. . .1 I 6l722i; | 20 1 of nwtt . . ((30(1724e1 ( 6SO -I I 3 06 I. :!3 1fttopobund1hint. '

& Mayo . .. .. ne14 of ne. . . . .1| 8,171221!, 40 I 1 Henry! Simpson. . -sin. of ne net cor:. . . . .I34(17'24( ( I 2 30 Mrs A M Reed . .J69.7 ft e and w by 112 ft n and': :I I I 1 1s I
Oneot . ne14 of ne's of sw14..J| 91171221:!! 10 I 1 Hudson..134171'4! 40 I 2 76 in nw cor lot S Caldwell's

Dr Phillips T E Bush . .". ". nw11 of swJ/ . . .!ll17,22! | 40 I 2 0 Albert E i . .lets of sett of sett . . ..134117124110| |! ; I 1 14 1 ad Ocala. . . .. I I 4 V4b
LCGriftin .n? of ne',4 ex 10 acres in n*| j I j I A &eha.n. . 2..I' 41725swtt 90 I 2 25 PC Davis . . ..105 ft sq in nf cor lot 9 Cald' : j t
cor and e% of nw1s . !12il7i22150il2l722! I 9 John A Graham. . .lots! 1 and and of m\tt! !! ;I I I II well's ad Ocala. . : I i 9 4:'.

Heirs of E ;;:
{a"O .n of and nwi of seV4ll2il722l20ne'i I Ij.lcGehee I . ft of ne cor lot 3:! I
: >e & :.-, ; sw 14 sw% and se% nf sw H . 6171251280! !: I 6 ')4 Seo W /(Martow com 70 s I !
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& Mayo of nw 4 ex 360 ft sq in nw! j I j I lenning[ L & I Co.u,4. . . . . .1!.1iI725l! )l) I 2 76 Caldwell's ad Ocala . .1!I! I 1e
cot. -131722i| | | '! 37 I i 1 91 Graham. . .! I 7l7l25i3-J! : ) I 7 .3slJohn thence 65 ft w 200 ft n 61: ft' i I 1 It.
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:R G Galloway .. com 24.48 chs n of sw cor 6f| I jse I I John A Graham. . . n'Vi'o'f' .neJ/..I il7i25t so 1 2 05 200 ft. . . . . I I 7 1 : \'

!4 .!131722!| | I Jthence John A Graham. . .\. of :110117251! 40 'I 1 _.,3John L'nknown . . . com 321 ft s and 40 ft e of ne: : 1 I
:-. e 20 chs n 6.16 chs wi! | I I I A Graham. . ..sw...4 nw%and nw'x. . .I15'17l25240w'i : I 5 24John cor lot 35 Caldwell's ad Ocala'' !I i l 1
20 chs s 6.16 cbs. . . .1| I I| 11.321 3 20 A Graham. . . n of se% nwHll7'1725l20sw I 2 S4 thence s 210 ft e 210 ft n 21v| : i I

Unknown ". . .com 70 yds s of nw cor of sell3l722! I L'nknown . . ... of nwV4. .and, .se'i. .of. . 1171171251160! } I 44i ft w :210 ft. . . . .I' I : I 17 ;.:

thence s 7.50 chs e 20 cbs nl| I I I I John A Graham. . . %of't-x 2 3 4..118117125i420( I 9 69 L M: Drew: . . com 210 ft n and 210 ft e of 8W;: I 'I I ,
7.50 chs \v 20 chs. . . .! I I 115 I 3 20 John.Graham.. . .in\\.'all' lots .1 H9 17125!f40 I 1 61 cor lot X Caldwell's ad Ocala'' ; I
C "W rj West . Ne'. of se'4 .Il517i22! 40 I 1 84 John A Graham. . .'ne1,4' a of nett of ttl20il7l25! | 80 I 2 45 1 thence n 540 ft e 723 ft s40'; : : I

jj 0 H Eichelberger ...... s16 of neU . . . '151722| | 80 I 2 76 John A Graham. . .inett of nwtt W .and. .swtt. .sw. .'!22.1.12)140: ;! 1 45 ft w 723 ft. . . H..I t I 8 I I 10 Jb*
of
Wm Hocker and sett of nw's. . .J161722| | 200 12 00 L'nknown . . i . . . .122117125140| I 1 45I Root Taylor. . ..|com at sw for of lot X CaliI 1 I I I Iwell's ,
W S West . . .w\s of nw'. and nett of nw'41 1 I I t IS I Unknown . . : nwtt of nw* of sw'tt1, i i ad Ocala . . I II ;
. . .16J17I22!200 I 11 15 elk of nE'1and sett '
6f I
and
s, sett I23U7'B1W'snttofnett '! 14 I 74A3 i thence n 210: ft e 933 ft s 210l
: I
f, W WestII . .... e'- of nett . . . . |7il7l22( 80nett J I 4 15 J Edwards & Co. . .i': and swtt of.sett 24,1725; || 40 .1 I 2 I l ft- w 933 .. I'i! 4.U".6. \ ..

! o H Eichelberger .nw'4 of nwtt and n>z of swtt I I i i I Q . . . .! .24117125, 80nw'tt i 1 2 76 Mae II Watson. . . :com 435 ft w of Scor lot 40' : I
. . . . : 60 | 2 60se'i nknown. wV. of se% I
[. : .. . of nwtt 17il722l| Ir. Empire Land Co. . .. of nett and ne'i of nwtt26i1725i! 80 I 2 45 Caldwell's ad Ocala . I j !

.. Abram Roberts 6 chs n and s on s side of swtt! i J I i Unknown . . . .. of . . . 'W17I25nwtt 40 1 lIb : thence w 751t n 131 ft e 75'I ; i I 11
nett
of ne'i . . . . .!2011il:2112; I I'j 1 nets .' I J 2*:
. 45John ft 131 .
L'nknown . of nwtt . .. . 12711725nwtt : \ 40 I 1 I I s >
Franklin of nwtt . . .!2111'22140! :; I 1 . . Hatcher's sub' 1 I I 'I
.
jot- A Graham. . of nett . . . .12911725140! I 1 25 J'P Phillips.frs .lots 1 to 15 inc j
.
I II
." '., 11 :Nathan Mayo .,e 3-4 of s>z of nett of sett.301722| 15 I 1 Unknown . . .' .. of . . '9'1725140; I 1 45 I j of n% lot 45 Caldwell's ad! : i
Smith' of l'. . . . J30il7)22) 40 I 1 61 Isw',4 ne% 1! 17 2J:
jno A ... .I se s Sf' .. . andl-! i inett I I III I Ocala . d. . . !
< Thomas. of
M mv' i
J sub of sets
tot 2
.
' V S Grines .nw'i of nett' . . . .!'4'11-19'114"( I 1 'hsl! I I I I . . .''e 1-3 of swtt lot 45 CaldwellV, I : I ii
Hdrsof E C Hood .ts : of swtt . . . .I3317(22nw'i ( : SO 15 I II of swtt and 14.94 J E Padgett. i i ad Ocala..1. i 9 <,?
I I
and! I
Hudson of lot 7 less :34S ft sq in) I I I I nand s by 3.16 2-3 chs e .1 1. x60, w'' I II I
and
; A I w in sw cor of nwtt of sett'29117125'! : 50 12hn I 95 \ C E Reardon . .', ft n and s by 146 ft e
: sw cor and ex 1 sq acre in sel I I !I I . . 15 in lot 3 and com 85 ft: I 1 !
A Graham. : . . . I3017125(160! 1 4 I se cur \
. . . . . .1 11171231( 15 I 1 74 sett
' cor . .' J lot 3 Reardon's! I :! I
.
; Co .. 3 V Good. . of'nwtt . .1311171251 80 1 412 I s of nw cor ; ;
'. Goethe &: . . |21723! 20 I 1 14 t-% I ..
\ of se'i, of I
M \ .
H .. se. 2I lenning[ L & I Co.John . '% of nw'l . . 131117125! 40 1 37 I Middletown lots. . I
t. Rev A Dickerson com 3.16 chs n of se cor of ne'i 1 I I I I Graham. . .. 171251320/ I 7 38John thencPs71fte146ftnlft'': : I
A . .
. . .
..e'h
of sett . . . .i 21171 23! I A Graham. . of and w'i of sett I I I 1 1i I w 176 ft Caldwell's ad Ocala I I 6 :57;
nwtt
thence 13.16 chs 12.93 chs! I I I I y4 I I
n w I II
t. f, i : I 5; 7tJohn of lot 6 Reardon's iMiddlei -: I
I and . . . .13211.1251280 %
Yonge.n
: s 16.24 chs e 9.75 chs n 3.16 I I I Ir I . .I swti R E lots Caldwell's adOcala 1I I I II
Graham 1 4 44 i dletown I.
A . .13317(251200ntt (
.:' chs e 3.16 chs. . . .1 j 1 I 120 13 1 96 . sett of ne'i and sett I . . I I 1025'
AndersonI Unknown . of. . . . . .!I34il7(25160( | I 4 44 .
T.' nw'i of 'ttw'j . . ,I 4117123; 40 1 1 61 I
Rev . ". sw 1 Unknown . . 'l neoj se1" . . .!34il7(2aj! ( 40 I 145 . . ,com 69 ft n of se cor lot 5Reardon' Ii I j jI
.
Z.ry flay of se'i . . . .1 j 5117123'! 80 I 3 4 . .; E C Bird. Middletown lots: I I iI j jI
Woodlock 14 I
. VI A 3 4 blk 117 Higiey . !36(17125( 20 I 1
W Pc-ifer "Iot 5 blk 3 sub of . .15117:231 j | 5 91 jfots
t. . . ne'i J S Porter. . . of of ttH3l726'! | I II I Caldwell's ad Ocala..1 i 'I j I I f I
W Kervanp of lot 3 and of lot 5 sub! I I j >com at nw cor sett
L s',2 nVj I
J. ft 631:: 1 I I
thence 65 ft w 120: s
I
.C 0.: t- . .\ of w', of nw'. . . .1! 5117!, 23J 10 I 16& I thence e 7.50 chs s 12 chs w! i I I !!1 n ft.13! II I JOI
fteltI
\ A Wcoley n 4 of swtt . . . .1! 6117123! 80 I 7 38 2.50 chs s 8 chs w 5 chs n 20| I I II I 1
WooleyGabriel .: . .1 .jjg. . . . . .1 I '! I I 13 I 2 04 . . ..ilots 1 2 8 9 10 Hodge's sub of i I I
!
p A :n'/z of ne'i ex 3 acres to church .lliI231.j! | I 3 64 U lodge .
... . . .I D ad Ocala. i I I 1 15 I 37
. Vaughn & Avery. of > .'1317'26J}! 40 I 1 84 : lot 51 Caldwell's
Lrfley x nw 14
t .J C (8.33( Chs in nw cor of sw'il 7'17I23! 7 I 1.5 sw
. . ''' sq Cashen & McGuire eland I I I I .. :ilot 8 blk C Oak Park Caldweli's': ; I I Ii
Lofley. : swvd I I chs n and s by 12.50 chs t . . i I
112 rzzeD.
j C 8.35: chs S(, in nw eor of t I O K
'
1 I ad Ocala . . . .1 i 1 I 2 00
for 1905. . . . ..I 7117123: ill.5 I w in ne cor of sett oft! I I I I I i

Thomas. .. ':lots 3 and C. . . . '!lll7i23! | 80 {|2 76 nwtt . . . .11311.126116 I 151 S S Savage. . . .,;lot ad 1 bIk Ocala D Oak. Park. ,Caldwell's. . i I ;'I I I 1 I SoJ
I I I I I IL
-.. W W of lot 11. . . . .{ill1723j! 10 I 161
'. 'E J Stt'\.lman. . . ',4 chs e and w on w side of lot 41217123!! !'! | ;| 8 1 37 T Burke. . . . nett of sett of swtt and w'4j| I I I I Gt 1o C Pasteur. . .!lot 5 blk D Oak Park Caldwelivi I !
. . I I 11
E J Stedman.Go . . *i4 chs e and w on w side of lot 4i I! -1.! I of se% of swtt and swtt ofl| I I I I i I ad Ocala I I

,: 1 for 1905 . . . .;:,1217'23! | 8 16. nett and nwtt of sett(13117( 26 110 I 2 67 Jackson. . . com 19 ft nand169fteofsw I
: H Archibald. .. 'l'om4.29..hswofsecorlot9..121.23! S W Hudson. . . "'SWI' of swtt . . . .1131171261( ( 40Vaughn I 3 92 Susie R cor lot 58 Caldwell's a
thence 1.11 chs n 11.50 chsi! i I i I I I .M Stevens. . . .'8 chs n and s by 15: chs e and! t 1 I 1 Ocala. . .. .. .. .. I I, I '

j w9chssetopob..I I I I S 5 67 w in se cor of nw is . .Il3l726l! | 12 II 21 thence n 155 ft e 113 ft. s ir; r. I I .

] 'lt'ccaelson.. ... .'nwtt of sw ttof nwtt . .I13117I23; 10 I 5 07 & Avery. . sett of nett . . . 141726I! | | 40 I 1 84Carl ft w 113 ft. . . . ,. g > .

: pV Ifcickster . 's',2 of lots 3 and 4 ex 10 chs sqj !I j j GunterEmpire . . ..w 1. of sett and nV of swtt120l7l26)160inett ) I ;5 4 07 B Weihe. . . lot H bik 4 Woodrow's sub "'ie'i I
6 Land Co. . and n' of sett and se',4'' I i I IEl I II F G of blks 1 and 4 RickardVsub I
'in se cor . . . :14117123; 70 I 3 98 ,
.. Heirs of E C Hood. n% of nwtt . . . .!la,1.1.3180;, | | 2 76 .I j of sett . . . . i21172!! !: i280 7 I 68 of Jackson's land Cald: I n
t> T.i'v.E Dickerson.Geo . e>s of nett . .. . . '!16il723| 80 I 444 M Hays.: . . .!tot 28 sub of swtt of nwtt22'1726| | | 5 I I 68 well's ad Ocala. . . i I 1 6d

;t E 'MuUens. . . .7 chs n and s on P side of sett! 1 I I 1 L T Burke. . . .,n b- of nett of nett and sett of! I i I I T Helvenston., . lots I F L blk 4 Woodrow's sub:!, I I I r
of nett and nett of se14.Iil231|! | ) 54 12 I : 75 sw' of nett . . .'!24il726l; | 30 1 21Thomas E of ('12 of blks 1 and 4 Rick- : I I

X. W :::3imI'tlns. .. "!13 chs n and s on n side of se'41 !I I I I 'Arnold. . nwtt of sex 2.50 chs n andl! I I IS I ard's ub Jackson's land!' ; I I I 1

r" of nel. . . . . J17I17I23wtt i 26 I } 75: on n side. . . . 24117126' 35 1 91 Caldwell's ad Ocala. . i I :5 yi;
'.. f- Wcfiehee & Jlayo. . .. of nets of nw'% and nwtt! 1 I I C L Flutz. . . .!isH of nett of nett and ett of! I I I i ii I Ii Ii .. . lot 3 blk 4 Rickard's sur of I '
:. of nw'. ex 240 ft e and w byj! I I! I I i i nwtt of nett . . . .24117(261( 30 I 5 37 j J A Jordan. Jackson's land Caldwell's adl I I I'I I
660 ft n and s in ne cur and!! I! I M Dobrowsky. . . :w':i of nett of nw% of nett--i24il726| 5 I 1 SlI Ocala. . d. n. _ i! I I :;:::8

ex 41ft ft sq in 0tor.: . .!17il723! !! ;!, 47 .. da uI Chas Schultz. . 1626.12( ft-sq in nw cor of seW! i I I . . com at sw cor lot I Buckalew's'' i I :
; t::,: fi E aiullen.Hros . .. "!1% acre sq In sw cor of ;" 4of'' i I I I. 1 of nett . . . ((24(17(26icom ( ( I 9 i 1 91SF I M 31 Dobbin.Mrs ad Ocala . . . .1! t 1 I /

: : .J I sw'. . . . . .!'17l7i23!| | .501 1 15 J Gray. . . . at nw cor of nets of nwtti24'17'26' I thence e 148 ft n 27 ft e 20 ftt! + :'
i r f. ).!;nown. . ". .. com 60 ft e of R R in Center Stl7l7'23( I II 1! thence e 15 chs s 10 chs e 5\! j I I I I Ii I n2Oftw2Oftsl'4Sftw 145! I I I I

i, thence e to nw cor of DilI! I I I I i[ chs s 4 chs w 20 chs n 14 chsl I l 1123 I I I 3 36 ft s' 79 ft. . . . . .I, I I I i 3'"

I lard's sub n to R R s with RI I I I II L T Burke. . ''181.2 of swtt . . . 2.lliI2&1! ( 80 J 2 76 Orr.Mrs . . 348 ft n and s on s end of tot) I I I'I I
J. Etopob. . . . .1 j jsett I I I I 4 34 S J Warren. . .. -2 of nwtt of sett.126(17! ( I 1 14Empire Kate O Caldwell's sub of sw pant I 1115221 I I 1 I

I '. -Ellis . . . .. O of !':e. . . . . .!|1717(23j! ( 40e' I .Oa Land Co. . "In'h of nwtt . . . .f!27(1726( SO I 27&Empire Alvarez grant. . . .1 : 8. SOi! 24 1i
\ 1}- UnknownMme .. . . of nwtt of nett of nw'.' ./1717123! 5 I 1 05 Land Co. . nett and n'4 of sett .!29il726160! | | I I 4 15 iM Neely. . on e side lot G Caldwell's sub of! I 1 I J I
I t HNathan U'-ilu\il1ey. 70 yds n and s by 2SO yds e and! I J Q Edwards & Co. 'low's of nett and nwtt and n%! I I I 1 Mary sw part of Alvarez grant .1 1151226\ Z Jt3

'.' w in nw cor of ne'i of sett.18ll7l23!! ; | 4 I fi 95 of sw'i and se'. of sw'i and! I I I I W Harrison. . . all of ex lots 1 and 4 of lots 141 I I I I

I ;' ilayo. . . sw '.and se'i of neJ, . .Il9ll723200! 110 I 43 s'4 of se'isw'i . . . .13o1171261430! : t 14 91 N and 1": S and D ad Ocala .I 1 I I 5/37

h j y igman. . . se'i e of R It. . . .!!l9l723J! 40 I 2 45 S J Warren . . of sw'isett . . . .13011126140! I 161Empire lIod es. . ..si of lot 25 S and D ad Ocala! I I J I :! ii
I 'R R Henderson. . . 4.50 chs sq in nw cor of nett oft I I I I Land Co. . of nett and ii of se'4l I I I I IW Ocala Bryant B & L Assn . 73 ft e and w on e end lot 29 Sand I I I I

;, >' . . . . .!120117 231 2 1 35 and sw Hof sett . .|:3317261GO| | | I 4 45 D ad Ocala. . . .J I ; > 6*

F Abe Moore. . .. .. 6 234chs sq in ne cor of ne'i I / I I L Johnsoa..e' of swtt . . . ...13311726: 40I34l726ie0 I 2 07John P W Biggs. . . w'2 lot 48 S and D ad O ala.1 t I (I I 1 37William

: of se' !, . . . | .23! 4 I li5: A rah.i . . . . .' ; t 15 07 Hocker.. . lot 63 S and D ad Ocala..I I I l I 1 61I
Willis Johnson. .. . com 63: chs s of ne cor-of net-) 1 I I S J War '. of sw'i of swtt and 'u.1| I I J X M Allred. . . all of blk IS Allred's ad Ocala.' I t I 23:: :55
I
." 'i of se'i . . . (20I1723( of net. of sw'i and e 3-5 of) I 1 1sw'i I'I I 1 I I

F thence K 6 2-3 chs w 6 2-31 I I I I . . of nevi of sw . ..36117(26: ( 35; 2 21 W W Clyatt. .. . ..tot 1 blk P Allred's ad. . .I I 7115:! 2 76 k
chYn62.3chse62.3chs. I ( I 4 I. 2 15 D Holhnfrer. . ..sw'4of sw'i of nw'. . f3617f26| 10 1 1 61 Scriven. .. . lot 1 blk 1 Allred's ad. . .1 I 1Inl:2( I 3 9i t;
. .
r' Thomas, .. el I I I I IThomas Ruff.Unknown of . . .13611.12&140( ( I 2 76 : Bragg SO ft and 105: ft '
}takrt 3.11 ohs n and s by 6.32 chs | I . . . .!nett se'i Mamie Sherman. . . e w by n and sin I I I,
1 and w in sw cor of net; of! !I t I I . . .I elf of nwtt of sett . . .136' 1.12&1 20 I 2 30IS center of lot 4 blk 1 Allred's I I
: nwtt . . . . .(JO'1723nett '! 2 I 1 65 Dr 0 Grothe. !all of blk 4 0 S Ocala..I 1 1 I 93 ad. . . . . .1 7115 :: l o

,. ;' r ;tkC Kptin. . . ... of 1-1WL. and nw's of se 1 i( j j jex I I Dr 0 QrotheMrs ... ...,.. .. .. .. .. all of blk 4 0 S Ocala for 1503Mfred ( ; ; I I I 118 93 B H Seymour.Unknown. .. lots 3 4 IS 14 blk 108 Allred's 5115 1 12:1 I

420:: ft fq in nw cor ?!20l723( a I 5 74 F R Gary 'aU of blk 11 0 S ( 1.6 ? ad. . . H . .I I 9 9Will
. . .'
0-ala..I.1 I
..-0 E Mullln. . 420 ft e and w by 210 ft n and I I I 1 IS Grothe.Lark. . . :in'* of lotI blk 14 S I 1 5 07 Lambright... . com 17.32 chs n and &.* chs H I ,

in nw cor of nw *i of M'1.OI1.12t1! : 2 I 1 1Unknown. Sr o . ..ilotAsubofblkI50. S O'a.la.l"! I 7 38 of sw cor . . . .1 S 2: I
I
_.' ; .'W1*. of nw tt . . . . !20'17i23' ; SO I 364 Dr 0 Grothe lot A sub of blk 15 0 S Ocala I I I thence n 52 H ft e 105 ft sl I'I 1

_S.tgot and Nelson .. .se1. of nw '. . . . I211723!! 40 I 145 . .' I for 1905.sFRGary. . .1 I 1 1 I 176 I 52: % ft w 105 ft. . .f I Z Gl

A .V Goethe &. CoJohn . . l. of 'w1;," . . . :117':31! 40 I 3 44 :\Ir G Griffin. . .sail of blk 23 O S Ocala . .1'I 12 Ci .. .. ... . .com 22.45 chs n and 5.80 chs I.
Hector ". .. lot 5 liub of n'i of si . .' !117'3' { 15 1 45 R h' i45 ft e and w by 112 ft nand I II I' of sw cor . .J 815 Z2)thence ) I
, Wary Wilson lot 11 sob of n 1, of s .: 1 15 I 1 45 I in .:e cor blk 25 0 S Oc.la..1 I 5; 31Chas e 12.63 chs s with R r J

. Mr.. 1-: BrisksE ..,... ., '. .' |nwi of s=eU of n'-l of lot 3.sIU23\! \ 2. 50. 1 61 Ford. .. . ':.com at sw cor lot 2 blk 27 O ,SI I I J 5.2Schsw10.50chsntopoDl 1

:w MllholUnd com 15 chs e of sw cor of 725117123! 1( 1 1 I I I" fOX li acre in sw cor. . .1 1 I 1 I 7 4-3

: thence n 20 chs e 7.50 chs s 2 I I 1 I Ocala . . . . .1 I I t A C ilcKinaey. .. .I lots 1 and 4 blk 2 r 3 Goss ad' f I I

chs w 7.50 chs . . .I I I 115 2 44 thence s 10 ft e 112 ft n 50 ftl I t Ocala. . . . . I I I 13, 06

" ., \. large: A Darwin. .. ne'.i of neVt of nw\ ex 3.161 t I I t I w112fts40ft..1 I I I I 'I 50; Willie Douglass. . ..,lot 1 blk 7: r 2 Coss ad. . .f 7fn 221 1 1 61

!;', cbs sq in ne cor and ex 3.161 I Mrs L O W 11lams. . ..nJ,.:. of fractl blk 40 0 S Ocala 1 I I I 118' 93 Robert .Morris... . .. tot 4 blk 7 r 3 Goss ad..I!, 1522 1 1 *4
.
chs in nw cor. . .tGI17123 8 I 3 3A.aie William Hocker. -tt and 100 ft I I
, sq 50 e w by n I P .M Rogers. . blks A and B Dunn's nw a I I
'j : A Darwin. .. ne4 of ne** of nw'. ex 3.16 I I I in nw cor blk 46 OS Ocalal I I I I 999! !i Ocala . . . . .i){ r I j I 5'Jake 3T

': chs sq in ne cor and ex 3.16 I I If T M Godson. . 62 ft nandsby112fteandw1 1 f I 1 I,' Rice. .. ... . lot 11 blk I Dunn's nw ad Ocala! 1 ..' 3
f t" ch* sq in nw cor for 1905. .!:!6117l:31; S 1 3 35 in nw cot of lot 2 blk 49 0 SI I I I t I E F Sevier. ... tots 11 13 blk Q Dunn's nw adj \ I -'"

.. J K Kent, .. .. ... ,.tiS chs sq in ne Cur of nw>-i of) I I I Ocala. . . . .t J 1 ''I I f 4 52: I Ocala . . . .1 1 I I( 1 21
;; nw'. .oo . . . 26 171231 6 1 44 J.R JImoo.. . wt4blk490 S Ocala. .1 fl083 lots 11 13 blk T
Dunn's
.s' J E F Sevier. .. . nw gill I I _
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'_ ft K Flower.. com 94 rds w and 19.30 rds s off I I I I Jas e. wu. lot 2 blk 50 0 S Ocala .I f I I t 7 39 i Ocala.Prank . . . .1 I f !1144
I" ne cor of set, .! '! Z O. Chambliss.J . "lot'3 blk 51 0 S Ocala./ I I 1 I 112 00 ; Dunri's
261123\\ I Bradley. . .js% of nwtt of lot 1 nw) I I
. . .
.. :', thence s 46.70 rds w 34.17 rds! I I L Brooks. lot, 4 blk 51 0 S Ocala . .1 I I I'I 1 507 ad Ocala. . . .f I | 653 >'
t. n 46.70 J't.> 34.17 rds . I I j jnw'4 I I 110 I 2 51: Jerry Burnett. . com 100 ft w of ne cor blk sd I I I II I :cIsabel
.I) ( C 31 i Livingston. ... ? 2 nw ad I 15 07
.
\\t, J d.n'Hn.. . . of se4 ex 10 chs sq (I M I I I I 1 0 S Ocala . . . .I I I I II j I Lanison. . .". ct{, lotn%Dunn'2 ft n Ocalabyf f I

I;, sw cor and swU of ne'i of! I I '' I I I thence w 25 ft s 10- ft e 25 ft! 1 I 1 80 ft f and w in nw cor lot 111 I I 1

t. r. 'c se4 .'2ili'23140! { I 2 6ltknown. I n100ft. . . . I t 1i I '129 S3; I : Dunn's nw ad Ocala . .1 I
. . .. sw1 of . . . . . 571 3 2*
/t'I. i I2S 17123! 40 1 85 C Cullen. I
. .. 4 \ \ 1 "|tot 4 Holder's sub of w% blk 1 I I B W Conner. . . .i8. 2-3 ft e and w by 100 ft nand f f '
l ; A J JaikM- sw'i of sw'4sett . . . .2SliI231 I I O S Ocala. . . 511 I t 9 SS s in sw of tot 2
: ., of sett . . . .1!29l7i23i! SOt I 4 74 Mrs F W KutZe. . . lot 1 blk 59 0 S Ocala. . I f I I 11391R Schwerin's sub cor of lot 11
:T .' WoollyV . . .. nw of nett and net; of nwtti29l723: | | SO 3 64 B ilurrell. . . .!nwi; fractl blk 61 0 S Ocala.! I 9 69! Scott's I '

.. ? S West. . . .. ss'. of nett . . . .!130117123! SOt I :2 05 Ocala Fdy & Web.: Works ne'; fracti bIk 61 OS Ocala, .1 t ''I I 2 75 0 S Ocala sub and lots bks 1 and 2f. J I I ,
S_ C W :mith . . of swtt . . | ( I 2 45 C J Weaver . . or 9 and 10. 3: :7P.oltert
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.130117123140 :!Rt lot 1 blk 62 0 S Ocala. I I 1nHeirs :
. . : I Zlostby.Laura . . lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 'S 10 ex s 1-3 1
V S West e1, of net. . . . .. ( I 284 of ']irs L :'alartmot.125 ft n and s on n side lot 3 and' I
1.E Martin. . . sw ttof sw'i . . .!31il7i23! 40 I 245 I I cf tot 2 and 14 1-3 ft on w
.oo I 28 nand s on s side lot :2 bis! I I end of lot 6 Schwerin's
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.. JI and se'4' of nwi . 32: 17123:16! $ 414 M E Sanders . .
: Y' dots 1 4 blk 73 0 S Ocala.. I 9 69 1 and 2 O
.. .. S Ocala blk blksl
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Jackson. otnel) .1 I .. I 2 34
.'J .7.50 cbs n and s on n side I I I'i I Geo D Munroe Trustee..lall! of blk T6 0 S Ocala. . I 69 75

of neVi . . . .!32117123' 15 I 1 75 Spencer. . : I
r41.1 eV, of lot 3 blk 78 0 S Ocala..1 I'I I 5 07 ,
. ? ; Deeipsey. . all of lots 12 Connor's
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A J Jackson. . . .! I I I
n 3-S of nwof nw', 3317'23! 15 1 45 Drucilla Brown. Of lot 3 blk 73 0 S Ocala. I 6 07
., < ,t,.... Hc>an P IVfall.Mrs . . .el' . . . . .34)17(23! ) ( 160S51723 I 4 44 Heirs of J H Howard. .|1wx all of fracti bk go 0 s Ocala..1 J I '112 OUnknown. blk 3 0 S Ocala and lots 41! I ( I .wand

M . . ".,..U of . . . 0)-.. . . .. I 5 Scott's sur 3.irs ,
sabor ne'i SO I ..
.v >4 blk 1 N S S OcalaJerry . . I 17 3S r I I
F i . . n !I I Ruby CMinerva Connor. .. lot 20 Connor'! sab of blk' 3 O,
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:. s!z of se'i of nw\ and nw'i of I I I 1t t Burnett. '!lotS 2 3 4 blk S N S S Ocala. .{ I I i 12 CO f Ocala
. . . . and lots 4 and 51 I I
se'i .13611.123160! 2 60 :Marion Co HOSPItal. and sw;. blb 12S S I I I I II
.. .. .nk Scott's .
annie A! xandt'r.. .. .. .. eof nett . . . .1117(24! ( ) SO t 2.6! I Ocala . . . .1 1 I 3 Oo tabrook..lot 25 26 sur.Connor's. sub I' 3 36
T H Harrison Trustee.,1 I I t of bikJ' I
lots 115 161 Weir P ark..j 4(17(24( 137 R D Fuller
( lot in ne cor blk 13 XI{ I
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-, . .. . ,, ex 3 0 S Ocala and lots 4
'l\Lkno\\n: . . ". ..10 chs sq in sw cor lot t. . .! 5117(24( 10 .I 1 161 : S S Ocala. . ., I I I I 4 22Z Scott's 1
UnknownJBeirs . 10 far! i Pearson. . 1' I 1 I 3N:
chs in Sarah A
sq sw cor lot4 I I I
; lottblkt8XSOcala..1) I J I 07
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: Wilson.II .. ... ; of'secor
120 ft
1S05 . . . . .j j 11714110! I 1 91heirs Wm Lumpkia.: . . .;;,nu of lot 1 blk 19 N S S Ocala! I I I 2 76! com blk w and 119 ft / I
of W C Eagleton. lot and fractl lot 4. . . .1 I 6(17(241( (! 56 2 76 I Rich Washington. . "Ilot 3 nowden's sub bik 24 X I I I I 9 Scott's sur Ocala. I II I
of W C Eagleton. I thence n 119 ft w46 ft tiil
com at Lake Weir 7.41 chs WI I I I '|i S S Ocala . . 1 1 I 3 06 ft e 40 ft s I

of e bdy lot 5. . . !. 611f41; J H Dickerson. .. .. .''tot Snowden's sub blk 24 N .S;! 1 I li C Groves.W .. ., .. ne'i lot 82 .Gary's ad OcaianeU "I 1 13

i \ thence n 25.09 chs w 12.3S chs! t I Is3dege5.16ehss74dzgwI I i; S Ocala . . . 1 I I 3 05"I B Fuller. ... ... lot 83 Gary's ad Ocala "f I 18'-93
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\ C Moore I
I I I 'lot: Snowden's sub blk 24 X sl I 1 1S I
5 Carrie Brook... ... .. 50 ft e and w b} 112 ft and's
: 10.65 chs s 20.65 chs e to p o bl! I I 1154 I 3 SS! Ocala . . . .f I 1 9 99 in ne cor lot n 1 L
... Mrs: A C Forset. .. com 22.75: chs n of a pt S.5SI| 6'17t241 I 1 J H f Dickerson . . .,tot 7 Snowden'ub blk 24 X I I I Ocala. 100 Gary's a d4 I

I> hse of w"-r. . . .I 1 Ithence : S Ocala. . . . .81 r 4 22 Unknown. .. .. .. .. lots 15 21 23 32 42 45'52 53"54'62 I
s 20 deg 30 min e 10, I 1 Z C Chambliss . .ls1> :. lot 2 blk 25 X S S I I I 392 63 64 66 70 : I
ocaIa..1 71
L' chs n 54 deg e 4 chs n 53 deg} I I Ie J A E Delouet. . .. .\lot 4 blk 25: X S S . 9 &9Ocala -Mitchells 72 73 74 75 76 7S

i 4.40 chs n 29 deg 30 min wi! I'I B & L assn..s'.: : r>f lot 3 blk S X S N Ocala I I 7 381Cnknown Floyd Summer. .. .. '.. lots 17 is Mitchell's revised ad .. d.a.d' I 19 7i

9.74 chs s 54 dee e 8 chs j 9.74 SSS . . . .;sii Mt 9 N S N Ocala . 'I I 11 31 Ocala. r eVl..e ,
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Ceo E Campbell.E . .. .. com 12.67: chs w S.S2: chs of D A Duffin . . ; 1 1 21
? I I I su: Of lot 3 blk 14 N S N Ocala I ,38 Mary Pylea... .. .. .. lot Mitchell's:
:J. sw cor of nei of neJithence .. 611'1!24 J A Colyer.:j0[ 4 blk 14 N S X Oeaa..1 1 I 13&lar Ocala . revised dl i

# w 3.09 chs s 22 chs e. .:\ y Robinson. . ''' lot 4 blk 15 X S N ocala. . I e:1F)1 Carmichael & Son Agt. all of lot"4 Green's'ad. 4 32

r :. 3.09 chs n :22 chs . .6 1 2 51 Goodrich. . .. 76 ft n and s by 110 ft e and w, t Lula Johnson... ... .. .. 67 tt e and s J ? al 1 2 76 .
: Driggers... ... ... w& of swH of ne\; . . 10 24 20 1 14Mlsi ." I in nw cor lot bd n by Smith t G Smith w on e side 4 E .
Emma : r.H. etj of set. and 4 cbc: e and w onl 1 'I 1 I N f Lula ad Ocala I 3 OS
I St e b cemetery S N Jfcfcnson... .. .. ft e and
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: NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER1: I
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wxm I DESCPJPrIOX OF LAND :-:: :...: 'I'II OWNER DESCRIPTIO OF LAND :: x:, :. :: x Notice is : 1
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L :-., C!, < e.-t.: IT. .'i E-' :;:' .; <-tAkx I by the Honorable. S. Bui E ;

(1 r _. E_. ;rlrI..I.II1. . . .110! ft t" and w by 1331 ft nand: 1 Is W .\OS;;. . . .?'Orang" Grove tract 10 S Si I I ; : lock Judge of the Fifth ;Judicial Circuit -" ., ,
In nw cur lot 5 E G Smith'! I I Park. . . . .'' I, I I a i I 16-. i I of Florida in and for :Mari i 1 1 J Ji .I
ad . . . ; ; i I... 3....,1 Jane RE'nst'n. . . ''Orangt" Grove Tract 132 S S! : i ; I
t 'Itr..P", \\1.-.1- . com I5 ttaa of aw cor lot 6 E G'i: I i i I i Park. . . . .1 i I t I 5 I 1 ii' County, in Chancery- in a certai : ,I
:; Smith ad Oeala. . .,, j! I I i W II Randolph. . ,..Orange GroTracts 206 267'' : 'i I case therein pending wherein K F. J ,I
thence n HtO It t. su ft s 100: j I i. : IL" 208 S S Park . . .: : I:5 3 a;Z' Schilmar. zr.c! E. ;. F. gene copartners -
''ftwSOft... . . . .!, i i I ; ,! 3 66 J P 1I..r,... . . . .;Orange Grave Tract 113 S S. : ; : ; I doing business under the fini,: !
\", ...,It'.3.I., ft t. and 1\ by100 ft n and s; : I I! : Park . . . . i : I 5 -I 4i i name of SchUmann & Ben, !
: In sw cor ht 6 E G Smith'i'' i I I I IhI I : I E Ynung. . . . .:Orang: Grove Tracts :Ht..i S. : i iS : ants. vs. William M. Ras_ and eomplain-Ah>
ad O . . . I I :I 3 3.'". .I II Park. . . . _: 1 ,10 I 16'; ; W. his
Ross ,
wife Charles S. Cull-r
rv : I _,r.1II . I.u ft sq an i se eor Of e1 of lot -. I i. I Joe Iadt'n. . . .Orange Grove Tract 2.10: : S S, : as Trustee, and A. B. Kibler and E
(4' E GSmithatiOl'ala. . .. I ; : 1911 Park. . . . . .. I', I a.- 16- i B. FBOY
Kibler business
J J./hn-n. .Flo! [ 8 rt.o Gtt. sub of lot 11 E' I I ;: I i l'nkn.H\. . . .,Orange Grove Tracts 286 2S' : 1 :I I i firm name doing and style of Kibler under Brothers th.
I I G Smith ad Ocala. . .' I I i ; : 1 i; ::88 S 8 Park. . . i i 15 I 2 61Unknown. I defendants, that the .
also! :-.u..imer. . lot 2 sub of lot 14 E G Smith: !i : +; ; : . . . :Orange Grow Tract 289 S S: ; I IParle. Special :Master appointed undersigned by aId

ad Ocala. . . . .' t.i :. 1 911Ii . . . .; I ;a I 1 court said :; ,
,,1; .1.1t'"h.. . . n>, It IS E G Smith ad Ocala! : 1 61 I A D Langlaes. . lots 19 2i:= blk 8 Leroy.. . . 171620'; i! 67"; to execute anal! decree vu!!

I ;uI'. Jacobs. . . .t.IsLof, lot 16 E G Smith ad: !! ,! I J Y Bettys. . . .lot 36 blk $ Leroy. . . 1716'2'' I I onMonday, the 3rd day of June A. D.,
Ocala . . . . .: !I' i. 3 0 Mary :. lot 18 blk1): Leroy. . . '13.1626: I 1907 i .
fi.t.rtml.th. .. . luts 1 and :2 sub of lot IS E G'' !: I : bl J Y Bettybig: 138 39 40 Ler,y. . . 1'2l1 '! :a 7t during the legal hours, of sale, in front !
'Smith ad cala. . . .1! a i i! 3 0Ru..yll I J W lcDani l. . .. lot i blk 29 Leroy.116'o;! : : I 65 of the courthouse door in' Ocala. AND
It'ans. . . tot 5 sub of lot 13 E G Smith ad;: i i!. Josie Patrie. . . lot 6 blk 3-a: Lt ro}.. . . 516; 't}' 91 ion County. Florida at public liar. ,
Ocala. . I 't r 3 061 Jessie blk 35 L roy. . . .j 516.0: ; I is will sell outcry bidder I
wiLl &n1 )1 Ponder. ...jail of blks 4 and' ex si, ft e! I I I i! L Krask ned. . I.ts :: .9 -IIS blk 36 Leroy. 1! 516'1: I 91 for cash to the the highest following and best describeproperty Ii i! c 'a
I and w by 100 ft nand s in swl I i I'I II i I W J He-rrman. . . lots 1 to 8 blk 37 Le roy.171620' ; i 1:5: mentioned and described
I CO:1Clme's sub of nev ofl I I I Ed Pasco. . . . .'Iut 1 2 3: 4 5 6 :20: :5 :26: :7: 28 29+ (! ': I I the said final decree, follows i ii
as to-
I ,,, . . . \I.18:15-j: I S 51llliall1 : 30 blk 37 Lt"rnv. . . I 51620' : 1:2: 11Apphimt'r. wit iGIRL
'I P<>D d.car. . .Ibk 6 Clines sub of Bess of nw14!18:1512I:! I 1 ::1'; . . . lot 16 blk 39 Leroy. . .11. ;116201! 65 In: Citrus
J Henry W1l11ams... ... ne ,. of blk 9 Cline's sub of ne I i I I I I. Joo. Scutt . . .'lot 19 blk -15 Leruy..1 16.20. 6aIt to-wit: : County. State of Florida.
1 h of ntv'a. !j18'151')0)' : i 3 0 6 X Harp. . . lot 11 blk16 L roy. . .' 51lii:9''' : 69Wesley. The northwest
.. .. .. of bit : f i jIof : Morse. . . quarter of southeas; ,
S Phi11lps. .is 1 11 CUnes sub ne11 I lot 4 blk 52 'iarov . . .16:0'! I 65 of I
nw}; . . . .llH5j! ; 22 : 1 91 Jno :McClellan. . . .,lot 6 blk 5:2: v-roy. . 'i16iO! : i i5Jno. quarter section south twenty-one township II Ii I
Henry n 'lams. .. ... w! of bit 12 Clines sub of.n.e.t I I I i Doan. . ., . t !, of n\\x4 . . . 181152! i 3 0. M Luril" . . 'ilot 23 bit 85 Leroy. . .:H16:20! :: I 65 with the entire I
H W .. .. .II1t S tlk 17 Clin 's sub of ne1! I ( "' I E John m. . . .,lots 21 22 blk 49 L roy. . .I! 5161201: I 91J located at the time of phosphate the plan.!
of n\\'l:4, . . . . .i18!15."Nl: i! 5 3; W Allt"n. . ';'lot 9 blk 91) Leroy..I 51111201 I 69K of commencement
Lucy McKay. ... ... .. sc_ blk ::6 Cline's sub of ne!.1 I i I '' A Pint-,n . . "Ilots 16 1. blk 30 Le-r.y. . .! 5116120! I 1 3';; described this real suit estate on consisting the said abov of ar MARION COUNTY
of nw-I" . . . . .!181512'! :!! 2 3. S J u.nard. . . lots IS 17 blk 10:: uroy. :.: 511620! ;; I 1 It I engine boiler washer tools ,
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t Slm H ou"'eS.: .. .. .. ..!com It9: ft to and 1299} ft I !! I IL iI i- 11 E Re-ynolds. . lot 26 blk 11)2 L+>rov. . .1 51.16120! : nW belting appliances attachments pumps and
I of sw cor. . . .nl. :: 1 i J Faulkner. . . lot 25 blk 1M Leroy. . .1 5161:01! I isJ appurtenances of kind whatsoever
thence S 52% it eo :10 ft nl! 811di. 1 i W Brown. . . '!lots 12: 13 blk 111 L roy. . .1 SIG201! 1 nK constituting a every complete working-
aO!, n w110 ft. . . .I I I 2 -..4ann. A Prim..an. . . .''lots 17 S 31) blk 115 Leroy. .1 5116'2O! i 1 37i ; and also tf&lTJie l
E S\\ ... .. .. .I lot 1 P.eardon's fevised Due I, I I" ,I .I it i- 11 ).)n..y. . ".!!lot 1& blk 1:2.: Leroy..I SUi01: I 68 phosphate additions plant that; including have beer

I I. I\\'-st Lots. . . . .!UI1SI21 1 91I E B Piflt'r. . . .jlot 18 blk 1:27: Lero} . .''Ii!Ii'!!}' I 65 I any made to the said plant may or othei
j 1 Jno and A 31 1ntcheU Ilots 5 9 Revised Due: I I l T.U..rbour.. . . .llots. 29 30 blk 127 Leroy. . .I 516'0: ; I 91 plants that have been erected any b
I ?est13.10Lotschsw Feardrn's' . . .! \ ::! 3 0&t :M P.drkt'r. .: . .1i\S. 3 4 blk L3 Lero).. . .i I 5116120i I 9Ili the said W. M.may Ross and Alice W. Ross)
i t A E Handley. ... .. .. com Or' ne oor. .11911512215151 I i and a Kearney. . .!dots 5 Ii blk 12S Lero- . .: 5'1620i' I 31 an the said property during the lifeof : Ocala! Banner will[ give a
t thence w 3.1. chs s .31 ('bsl! i I I i iI Mary McAlpine. . 'ilot; 3 blk 138 Lefty. . .t 511ilol: i 68 the said mortgage. The said phosphate Watt's
3.1i ehs n 6.31 chs. . .\ 1 I 2 I 2-11; J M Hill. . . 1M 17 blk 142: L 'rov. . .'! H6120! 68R plant and machinery above described .
1\. P t>II'e 380 ft. of nt' cur blk 1:: YI I "I. ;, t i G Cruwninshie1d. . ',';lot Ui blk 1-43 ;516'20': I 681 i is now It>('ated' on the east -guaranteed by the manufacturers tar
I S S Ocala. thence w liS ft 51 I j 1 I E Jaquayes." . . "Ilut -I blk 1H Leroy. . . .J 5111),20! I half of the northeast quarter of section -
100 .n e 161t ft n 100 it But- i E" Pty . . ..lots! '" :9 30 blk 151\ Leroy. . .I 511620!: :: : t11K.A three, township eighteen south
lock's ad Ocala. . . .I 19,13;, '!<_to_):' oJ- 9. nan.: . . .:!ots 1 =! blk 155 LeN" . .! 5'14:20: ; l 91 range nineteen: east in Citrus County. keep good time-to every bo/ and girl
t, T M (.,oJSI>n. . .. .Ilots 13 I 5 to 20 hit I 6 West End! i I : F A Smith. . . .'!ot l..: 155 Lero '' . . .j 1 51161+)' i 63s Florida.. x
I Oeala._ . . . I ; IJ; H Tragreaser . . [b)t''" _1bik blli 155 LeN '. . .' !- ): i 681 Also: Eighty horse boiler and
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I P I p.1g..rs. .. . .!lots 1 3 a blk 5 West End Ocala! :; : I 61 A PrltptC'an. . . lots 29 ::11 blli 155: Lero} . .1 I-316(1! : : I 68Hrry I fittings: 16x14x12: duplex power and in Marion county who will send in fart,
Is t'' Gibson. .. . .!Iot : blk 8 West End ('ala. .' ; i i i 9l \\tc' r. . . lot 3.. blk 162: kr>\ '. . . .1131620! I 65 fittings; EritCity engine; 6 pump in. centrifugal
[':tnown. .. . . ..Iots 5 8 >8 11 blk 8 West End;': 1! ;; I I JUD1<)r.. . . lot 31 blk 16-1 !.ero}'. . .1131161201! I 65
3 Ocala. . . . . .I i i !: l": B I IW Plaek,1 ut rn. y'. .lots 21 22 23 24 blk 165 Leroy. 211161201 I 85 pump; 175 feet 6 in. pipe; 50 feet of paid-up weekly subscriptions, and \i3
j Harrison. . lots i 13 15 I'I blk S West( i i if i-I. \ary l1tchdt. . lot 46 blk 1.3 Leroy. . 13161201\ I 65 12: in. pipe: 23 feet 10 in. pipe; one friction
f End Ocala. . . . .1 1 I I -, iN I IT Y \lIU..r. . . lots 3: to 39 blk 19 Leroy. 211161201! I 1 25 hoist and a full and complete
Hi ginb tham. . .Ilots; 1 :: :: -I blk 9 West End! I i f A Smith..lots 42 U blk 177 Leroy. . .I. 5116120! I 91K mining plant situated on the east hall also give the Weekly Banner free fn
i Ocala. . . . .' I : 1 .; I A Prlnlt>an. . [Its, S blk 181 Le-roy. . 5116'0: 1 91 <)f the northeast quarter of section:
\ T M I l uJ"on. . . .;:lots i to1 tX lots hi 13 H loll: I : G S Green. . lot :n 3:: blk IS1 Leroy.21ll620! : : I 8:; three, township eighteen south, range
I 20 23 blk 9 West End Ocala; i 1 3 0t.t. G Si Gr e n. ... . ...lots 31 3:2: for 191)5 blk 181 LeI!! I I I 1 j" nineteen east, in Citrus County. Florida one year. ,'. I ,;

r. Miller. . . . lots 5 and 7 bike West: End: '! roy. . . . . .121.161201' 115i including all new machinery and -
>. (Ocala . . . . 1 Ii'; I'I't. 0 P"nkli: Exr. . .In".3 tnIs blk 181 Leroy. .113116120! I 1 :25r : equipment, and all buildings erected
,, I Sim,!,'s'\n. . . '' lot 14 hili 9 float End Ot alt. 13.; J r Y B"tty" . . Outs 5 6 blk 18: Le-roy. . r 85 an said property, and all additions and It will give a watch to any boy off
t. t.: I..tll . . .Iot 17 19 blk 9 \\'....t End Ocala 1 3: :; L F \' IlImt'r . . 'lot 42 bl.k IS2 Leroy..113161201! ; I 65t repairs made to the said plant, this
iI !1.:1e(;'u}:. . 'Clots:! 1 ;; 5 7 9 blli 111 Wt''t End ; ., Ah rtndl}:. . . lt 3' blk 188 Lero . . .!::13.16.20! 1 65Y I being in addition to the plant and machinery -
i I cda. . . . . 4 "- I I.1 I .: ht Ii blk 19: Leroy. . . .!113'1620! I 65 removed since the commencement girl in the county who will send fa
! ;\.1!L.; .lathe', ,.. . huts I 4 6 blli I""t End. .. I .\ J Hutl'hing . . init 34 blk 201 Leroy. . .I2116:01! : I 65: of this suit from the northwest
1 Ora!. . . . :1 Ij' -. 1:: E Hutcbin" . . lot 36 blk 201 Lerl- . .!!:n.11620! I 65 quarter of the southeast quarter oection
\ll"i&.m.. . .lots I I.. 17 blk III W."t En..i --I I) A Hutchins. . . 'Ilot. 3:2: blk 201 Leroy..1:11161901! : 1 65T : twenty-one.. township twenty two paid-up subscriptions to the Oai
I : utaL& . . . . 1 6ir I Ij' J Bdn' . . lot 7 blk 204 Leroy. . .1131161201[ I 65Lugustine south, range twenty east.
-! !.t t 1d44)11. ;lots I t', Ii blk 26 W."t End. i ., P"w"r. . lots 37 38 blk 2"16 Leroy. .113116120! I 85 And also the following described
I : Heala. . . . . !; ULC )I.lrylarrin.. . . Oats 910 11 blk 20. Leroy. .1131161201 I 1 05T personal property: ly Banner, and will give the Dalfjr:
;\ Harnsoll. . . .,Io!.: I :; 4 5 Ii blli ::7 .t rat En.1 J Bt>tly:, . . . lot 45 blk 2O: Leroy. . .!2116120! I 65II The phosphate plant complete consisting
1 )t'a la. . . . I : i i 1tt ) E ei.k . . .'lot' $ 37 38 39It} blk 2-11 LeroylI31620' I 1 05t of an engine, boiler, washer,
j' A <...lfill.1 .hl'h.I.i . "Io! 9 blli 27 We"r Enl l)t.ala. 1 ,! 1 14T D G'nttice. . . lots 19 21 bIb: ::43 Lirov..12216:0: 1 85 i pumps and everything necessary to Banner six: months free.
'I (..)u.,,.,')n' . ',fiat.; 1 tot IIJ blk 25 \C'yst End T J Ra: l' Oerala! . . . . i : 14I' L BNkh't tT. . . lots :56: blk :::il Leroy.:13116:01: : : I 85 phosphate plant in good working order .
.I M I tud.un. . . .I. Hl". : -. 13 to ._,"., blk ._.t Wt: L Blaz 'r. . . ..1<>1 1-1 blk 2:>:! Leroy..1311620: ;; I 65 including railroad iron. tools and Here is a chance for the bright bay
1 : > l) S G-hn'"r. . . '''lots :23 25:: blk :60: Leroy..211160'! i 85 : implements of every character and description
I 'j.. ots .. :0 .. I. I E E D.tvis. . . Jt .6 blk 271 Lt'MV. . . .::13'161):: I 65 : belonging to, or in anywise I
"l'ala. . . . . :: : It J lay.'r. . . lot 3:: blk ::';1 Lt'rov:. . .::116'2': : 651 relating to the operations of said Ii i or girl to earn a watch with very little .
;. I l Han'", . lots :'l ._.._. 23 24 bl" 30 West i 1 Wm G Fre..mau. . lots 29 3ft blk :2S-: Leroy.131160' 1 I phosphate plant. Also described as being I
" band Ocala. i i :; lil- I W R Rhuds. . lots 37 :IS blk 292 Lerc..il3:16:0': ; I 85I I located on or connected with the
I 1.: \ \ eh.. . blk" 1.:1: 1.1 tt':.. t End +lralu.. I' 117 ,' E C+,)k. : . . .Iut 24 blk ::96 Leroy. . . .: 1:16: '2n. 65 I plant! at Holder Fla., described as beingin I effort during the vacation seasanv
: .. .J II n..". . . .1.'. ._.-. :'S blk 130 A'yst End f' P Hln:,:y. . . .1.>1 3. blk 3')3 Lerov. . . .'21'162u I 65T section three township eighteen. I
, Ocala . . . . : : I 1 t1a J B..tty. . . 'Int :5 blk 312 Lero} . .!-116:3m! : I 651 :;south range nineteen 'east, in Citrus II I
.nd I J I'ro\\1\ . . lots I :: 3I blk :;11 1st hi 't'est I D Hil\\. . . . "Ion 12: blli: 316 Lt>ro '. . .1l6'20':. I 651 County. Florida. as the same now exists. I IU
; End kala. . . . 1 9 I !. W (' Pust . . . loa 35: ; blk 32t Leoroy. . . :!n&12t1' 65.ewis -
- .' .\.11111. . . ..a II l.t bl63 69 lt ad %Cest DuHadway' . Out 1' blk 333 Leroy. . . 21'16':0' 1 651 Also: All the right. title and int-r-
1 End eala. . . . I 91 P. F Ylrtih. . . tuts 42 43 blk 338 L.;>ruy. . .1 n6 20! 35A : est of the defendant. William M R, .,."..
. : 1 11'IIII.d . Out; 3' 411 blk ::U l..t all \\'t"st l' :." :'n :1 blk 339 Lt>ru13'11)20'' !. g; i iEo' acquired and obtain.'d by h't"! ii'iil! T. NEEDHP
: Find kala. . . . 1 21t : St.'hat'r.. . . . lot 1i blk 3-10 L rov.. : . .: 11619 F. i iL and by virtue of a (mta .rrru. ,
',I ,'_ I': \\.t'lr., . . lots 11 11) IS :2) blk :::71 1t ad !. I Ii' : A Qui'nhl..y. . lot 1-1 blk 341 taro}. . .'19.16:0: : 6-; : ind assignment, (>f lease I tnairb! y a-,1
',\'t'"t "r.1I1 Qcal: '1. . .. . 1:1 .\ D G'nlir'. . . lot 29 blk :342: Leroy. . 7'16OI! 61; : between Hubbard and Hihul .i.j: ". I
i' ,. :'- \' K. Stta't' . 'If.t". 17 It! hlk :3:1:;;; 1st a.t West I II R 'nd! n\'l. . . lot .4 illk 345:: L>r \:. . . 5,16.19; 6 : ?aid Ross:, said instrument .>:" lit," LUMBER
I End Ocala . . . 1 ::1 i iE R l-nrl.r\\.L. . . l ht ::4 blk 34:5; [troy f..r 190:; 5lti'19'' 681! November: 5th. 1902.: record m d .-i
A I',IU"t'tt t 311 31 3:: h1i! : 7.4 Santa : : : I }I e Fi'r.! . "I.t l U blk 3..6 L r.),'. . '13'11)1' I1J5 ; book 113. pages 6S to ;u meuMthe \"-. >:'
.\I.I,1 Pial. . . 1 91 ( i Il: Trar. . . tots 1 :: blk 343 5'16'19' : 911, public records of ::\1.irIIHl I''11Ilty. I
. . I.S 19 :.. b.li 1" SPark. 91'11&.11. J X [).)Q"l. . . 'i.t 3 blk 35:: L..rov. . . .!2316'241': 651 Florida a copy of whicn is attach 1.\,0.1\ fl.
; t. }N .\ . . .lots 1 :! 3 blk 16 S :; Park. : i 91 Emma: O..t-rhn. . !?t :;;) blk 358 Leroy. . . .':3Hi't! : t 65I to tIp bill of complaint In this caus- : ,
et;,'rhllg. . lots 11 12 13 IS 19 a\t bit 1. S S, I 1 i OS I Hlo\.r. ... . . .I.'t 1 :' :::0 30 blk 31)1) k't.121116i20 i 35M and made a part thereof and marked II I
J e' Park. . . . .' I 1671 J H R\rk, . ':!.It 33 blk 370 Len\ . 416:20':: + 65J exhibit "H:' by and under the terms

.. 11 hl. . . . 13 H 17 IS blk 3t S S P.ark' !l i i I U' Y Betty". . . .II.t" :5 26: hlk 3'8 Leroy.2316'20'' : I 85kAlpin. >f which instrument the said Hubbardfc : Gas and Steam FitterS
HI\W. . . lots Hi 1; IS blkn: S S Park. .! I! I I 11-1 :\ .. . . . ...lots 33 to 38 blk 3'S Leroy. .231620' I! 651 : Hi od assigned and transferred tosaid
J .mt .\nt 1IIOY. . . lots 2; 21i blli 37 S S Park..1; I t '; 1 11I J P Clar1. . . . It 23 bUt 379 rIlY. . . .119i16'19. : 1: 651 Ross among other things. a certain I
1-I ...1nll\\' . . . .lot 16 blk ill S S P..trk. . .! I I ; 6gt" J1I1)'er.. . . . lot 9 to) 13 and U to ts blk 3S0'' I! !! I! j! lease and their rights thereunder: s 7.7.7.E .
::":1"\\:1. . . .Iot. 1 blk-I; S S l'tark. . .1 I I I I II j liS Leroy. . . . . .a'16jI9'! ; 167oanna made and executed by C. C. Atkison
I, inlH\ . . lot S bik!: 55 S 8 Park. . .: ; I 1 I liSI D.>:U\ . . .I.lots 9 to 13 blk 337 Leroy. .J 5'16119' : I 681 and others to Hubbard & Hood. said I of ,
1. LntUl. . ...lot 9 bll 5' S; 8 ('- I J H l1 ddyu. . lots 7 S blk Ii: a 8 Park..1. I I I t 91 E: E Davi .lots! -It to 46 blk 387 Lt'ro1516:19! :: I 115L 1899 the same being attached to the i m'Iif"
: I.at'nnan.. . lut.1 14 19 blk $9 S S Park. .l! : i 6'S Atwlod. . . .:lots 31 3: blk 389 Leroy. . .' 7'16'0; i 85 bill t of complaint in this cause marked I Baths,
i 1' 1.B.ildwin.. . . lots 72: S blk 74 S 5 Parle. .: I I I I 91 L Broekhnt . . .'II.s 1" tn 2' and 33 t." 45 blkl I exhibit "G," by the terns of which instrument
Lydia 3lulen. . . lot" 25 26 blk 7:; 8 8 Park .'! I t! i 91Etyll I 394Leroy.. . . . .2 3'.16u: I. 0)_ 35H and lease the said C. C. Atidson Hot Water Apa atus,
Juues . . lot 27 blk 73 S 8 Park. . .j f I I t I liSnlhon G Vr..dt nb.-.rg. . .!lot 20: blk 395 Leroy. . flt:1.)1: !: J 85 and others leased to said Hub- ,
I 4... (;.*. .\ ).. . lots 26 27 blk SI S S p..1rk. . .: t : 21 \' 11 Vr..uberg. . .llot ::1 blk 395 Leroy.. . .119116':0! : t 65 bard i & Hood for phosphate mining I Wash Basins, Closets,
1'lIl..nnwn. . . lots 13:: 18 blk s'.i S 8 Park..1! 1 I I 91 ..;.!. J ROll'' '. . . ..lot:c< _"1 ._,._} blk 39. . .1'1316"ti1: :, 8.. purposes. the: following described property
' \\,11 tlImwk. . . lots 3 4 :!7 "S bl .. 96 S S Park! I ( 91 eo .n "ndaU. . .,lots 34 40 blk 39S Leroy. .!13i1SI: ); : S5 to-wit: Roofing Tin,
'I .1.hn nil"... . . . lots 1 to 30 e-x lit :2 blk 93 S 81! I I 1 I Q.It Kt ndall. . .iots! 3-1 40 for 19t5 blk 398 Leroy:1S161i: : I 85 Southwest quarter of southwest
P-ark. . . . .I I i I I 1S0J 3: G II Smith. . . .!lots 34 35 blk 400 Leroy. . .119ti20i: I 85i ; quarter of section 36. township 16south. Valley Tin.Gutterings.
.lot 2:: bUt 99 S S Patk. .I I I I 1 i'i' 11 i Gr n\'r. . . .!.lot 10 blk -01 Leroy..1231I6IO'! : !; I is range 18 east lying and being
..lto R"e. .. ..." ." . ..Iots. tt blk 11'3 S .g P'ark. .! I I I 6S .\ J p owe. . . . Iots 1 2 3I blk 402 Leroy. .!19i1i'ei' I 1 05Wm in L the counties of 'ildrion and Citrus. I' & Conductors -
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1.lunl..Y. . . lots 1 3\'blk\ 11- i S P'ark. .1 t I I 91 P Henderson. . .!lot 3 bik 403 Leroy. . . .111161201 651J and State of Florida. '
I' F t.d\ . . lots 32: 23 blk 11; S S Park. .1 I 1 91LIF D .1Iarkl ) . . .rlot! 4 blk103 Leroy. . .1 nCt! I 651 And also. All the right title and in- always in stock.
1. 1': 13aldw'in.. . . . lots 151617; lSblk 119 S S Park! I I I I 13.J.hn S Sholer. . . . lot$ 1 2 blk 404 Leroy.231620'! f. 854 :rest acquired by the: said Ross un.der I
I.lck. . lots II 7 S 23! '-'4 :::; blk 1:1 S S: I I !! I D F Ros . . . .llots 31 32 blk 406 Leroy..119It6i20! the tenns of such contract between
Iluiling.head. Park. . . . .1 i I I I I 1306 c H r )\-all. . . .:lots 10 I: H 16 IS blk108 Le--: i : I II i ii 85// he: said Ross and th Said Hubbard I Estimates furnished on application

. . .Iots 1-1 IS blk 1S S P'ark..1 I I 91 i roy . . . . ..' 716'zl! f 1 & Hood as aforesaid in and to the following -I
'uknuvn, . . lots 9 10 :21 blk 123.s S Park I i 1 1 1-1 J S Croan. . .ilot! 3 blk -119 L roy. . . ?::316:0! 1 6:) personal property. tn-wit.: Twenty-seven years' experience.
Jan Iknst'n. Park. . .! I I I 91Itr !lot 1 blk . . .'1S'16'20' 65Underwood. The entire mining plant. including
. . .Iot. 30 blk 12S: : S S R Underwood. . . 420 Lroy.: : : I
l'I1\"IIII\\n.\ 3blk 131 '! I !! I ,lot' 1 tr 1905 blk 420 Leroy. .'156'2: ( : 65.. nachinery of every kind. three: head ->f
. . lots 1 to ;5 and :: to i R . : : I
.\ .\" Ellis. S S Park. . . . .! I 2 1-1 I JBR s . . . .IIH,15161jlSblk4 OL"'roy.:1516. ; 851! nules. wagons implements.quip- I
1t'uod. aarth. I ats 1" n blk 13"-: S SPark..1! I I I I 9 4E E E Lenhart. . . ,I'It .4: blkI5: Lero} . . '1916'I) 1)51J nt-nts. and all personal 1 property b"- ,i
: \l! . lot 16 blk H2 S S Park. .I !! I 65ll' Y Bl'tt\'s. . . !ots 1 :: bit -It6 Lyry. . 7 H 2::11 85 !' longing t ) and used in 'nn.'dl >n WIthsaid
., 'nklwwn. ". ". . lots 29 30 bik 144 S S ak.. I 6lllieyler G \lad-\.. . . 1 tot :27 blk 432 L roy. . . 7162: .i' 65;:; I IWn mining plant M> situated on thuthwtst WEEKLY\ Y
\ I t.d-1" . ,clot Is blk H. S S Park. . .: I I 6' 1 Hkklt . . .,1-1S 4617 blkI 3 Leroy.n'2)! 1 a5 :; ; quarter of the south"t
-" X ," . lit 6 blk 14S S S Park. . .1{ i I ti4L C\'ru E Tnlon. . . .!lot 13 blk 4301 L-rny. . 1 le ::,). I 65 'quarter[ of section 36. township 16outh. ,
y..1 .K"\ln..r.. . . ;.I.t I:: blk 1511 S S Park. .! 1 .I I 631I. Il. W G Smith. . . .:II\Ii ::& blk 43; Lftrnr. . 1916.; : +1' 8:; 1 j. :; range IS east.
1./ .< \\1" . ,'lot 9 blk I-S S S P ar. .' i I I i I I 6SIt I SGlnH'r.+ . . .;Iot 32 bll ..3. Lt'rolY. . ; 10:11 6c., gist A complete djvgil: ". c l. : :1\.11\ . . lots 1 :: bib: 163 S SPark. '' I I n J,).' R'dtlingd. l I"t 17 blk 444 L'r"y. . .::' I' ::IJ : 85 i; of dredge boat .ngine. txulrlump. ,OU1iEF-
H Lent u. . lots :9 30 blk 163 g S Park. .I I I I 1 91 !. J D..>ran . . . .II.H"; 1 22 3 4 ... blki ,"+ L"y" a 16 +: ,1 + 1 2 !i boom, dipper and all appli-int -
u 1. P.tttyrs. +. . .lot:5 blk 16S S S P'ark. . .I i j 91lro (' St.1r'Z. . . . '!'l.t 16 blk -t51 L...rur. . . 316 ::["' 65: .,:.nd appurtenances constituting a compete -
l'n"w.WII.. . '. . 'lots :!7 2S :!9 bIb: IH S SPark! i I 911'II.nI"I1. L'Stl'Z. . . . .11't' 11; fir 1 lj:; blk1:>1 L roy. 316 _: '. I);, dredging plant. and all uh>r mdC'hlI.r -
Rus. . . .lots01: : :!" :::3blk1iSSSParki; I I I 13-- E alien. . . . .I P' ts :?1 :::! blk 453 L rl'Y. . :3'ly I) .. )' and material used in the a"nructiou : JOURNLAND
\ . . .,.lots9: 36 blk liS S S Park. .1 I I t I 91 L Bnckhlf . . .(I<'.. ::4 2::) :26 :7 blk 456 Lrruy '2310',;" 1 "+- .:< of a phosphate plant all ofih'.vh
l'l\known. . ..I I I I i 68 9 11 13 17 19 blk1=9 -; : '.\ situated on the southwest
. .lot 4 blk 179 S S Park. J F !l't" Leroy I' > 1 :2':
IL Zal'h..r. ". . ..lot 30 blk 179 S S Parle..1! 1 I I I 68 :Mary 'Marrin. . . .jlot 3'. blkI t) Lero '. . . '; I'; ,'" ,'uarter i of the southwest quarter of
11 T "'ord. .". . .;lots 11 12 blk l II S S Park. .! I I \ : 68 E W BarKO'r. . . .,I.t :!I\l: bit SL..rny.. 31tj'j'; ,;ection 36. township 16 south range:I I
E' laldhum. . . .llots5: :!6 bik 191 S SPark. '! I I, I 6Sl J Y 'tt\.s. . . . !Iots :! 23 blk 484 .: c' 151Underwood. :18 east; together with all machinery
( UUlltt'r. . . ..lotsltil1blkI9SSPark..1: I I I 91 R . . .!lots 34 35 blk 4S. L-rIY. . .! l'ltiI20' ; S5'R << ppurtenances and material; placed:I THE OCALA BANNER 1
l"m\t'rlick. .' Park..1! I I I i 91 34 35 for 1905 blk .S7 Le-! i : 1 : : i iI h-reon by the receiver in this cause.:
. . 'Iot 19 blk 191>> S S rnderwood. . . .Ilots
l'nknoWf . . lots 16 17 blk 199 S S Park. .! I I I I SiUnknown..lots I roy. . .: . .ll'16'': "' 11 Or so much thereof as may be saf- (Weekly)
August Kunze. It 15 blk 2201 S S Park. .1 I I I I 91 EJAQua'es. . . .I blot 6_ blk 90._Leroy.. . .:t 3l62., I 6o I 1 lent to realize the amount so due,i

. . ... :! 3452fi27bik210SSI! I I O Marshall. . . i lots 7 8!! blK 490 Leroy.23'I62n; 85 I a the said complainants for principal
CnkMwn. i Park . . . . .1 1 I I 1 231 R A Hart. . . . .llot! 36 blk 493 Leroy . 1716"u'! ::< &51 nd i.n.terer.: attorney's fees and costs BOTH ONE YEAR j
uwis. . ":1ot: 6 blk 2H S S Park. .I I I I I I ISWm R J Hart . . lot 38 blk 493 Leroy . . 7 16 2" or said suit. I I I
Chas nandolph. . lots 7 to 24 blk 2'9 S SPark.1 ,1{ 1 1 8iWm J Y Bettys. . . lot 34 l>lk 493 Leroy . . .|23 16't; Il F.andotph . .:lots 1 to 1 and 25 to 28 blk 280 I i I .I .I II Ir 11 C Fisher . . .hot 13 blk 49S Leroy . . .1116.' :') t 655i Special Master in Chancery. I' FOR
II I S S Parle . . ., r I I If 4 14 John D .ilarkley . lot 13 blk 499 Leroy. . .'23:: 16 juM R .V. Bi-.rford. I $1.50The
. .Mats 5 6 25 2& bik :.SS s S Pant I I I tS i 37 : V Heenor . . .-lot 37 blk 503 Leroy. . .1| '16:0.: I IF.a '.i T v>r>--i! .. ONLY
1"I n IUldson. ; I I I'I I IFl 63 . 5, .: ,,' ,r. f..r ..rllpia.nant, 1rLGIlHAH -
f r . . . lot 22 blli 311 :; Park..1! Underwood . . lot 29 blk 509 Leroy .ll'l6fOI! < -) "
, 3lagre. . . low 16 17 bIk 322 S S Park. .I I 1 I I 91 R tnderwood.lot, 29 for 1905 blk 509 Leroy..1111GIOI! '; '
.. ['nknuwn. . . 'lots 3 to 11) and :1 to 23 bit 3il: I I 1 Mary Mitchell . . .itot SO blk 511 Leroy. . .i i23i6201: ri'. Presidential election ia 19
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(1 12 Pal n. ,, S S Park. . . .1.I I I I 1 Ii ,C W Preston . . .,Orange Grove Tract 14 Leroy! 4'1620f! I IJ COHDITIONfnf 0 Broaching. "l-iines Have changeiFhat .
. .Iot 30 blli 312 S S Parle..1 I I I 63p F Good. . . . .'Orange Grove Tract 22 Leroy! 6'1620f! ,
ably! Dunn. .. . .Iots 13 11 15 blk 373 S S Parkl i {I'1 I 1 14 ,Katie Vokaty . . .Orange Grove Tract 48 Leroy:17l620: ,'. I 10CURE is all. Mr. Watterson is a Deai-
M tt'olkson.. . . .;lot 29 blk 374 S S Park..1 1 i I I 63Unknown. W L Whipple . Orange;, Grove Tract 5* Leroy 9'16i20'P ;: : ,'. jcrat, and has always been a Demorat.
l'nknown.. . . .;lotsI23blk3,5 S i'Parlt..11! I I !1114. M<'1ntory. . . Orange Grow Tract ;7 Leroy 916'20' ,'. W : never a Republican. Essential
. . .''lots 9 10 11 12 13 blk 376 S S 1 1 I I Ii B F .Orangp Grove Tract 142: Leroy 11 IS':2f> '' d dIfferences out of the Democrats
:u J EJmi.ston. Park. . . . .1 I I I I t 1167 ;Jet Schr-llr-nberg-r . Orange Grove Tract :214 Leroy 11 16 ZI)' D way
i .. ire getting together. The Cour-
2122 bllt 3&6 S Sf 1 I I'I I "'lnlaC'
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II 'P Fahey.- l".lrk. ., . .1 I i I 1 67i E. L. CARNEY '0. aycw E Journal is going to support this

J TJ\.lut. . . . lot 15 blli 3S3 S S Park..1 I 1 u I Tax Collector Marion Co., Fia.! SALTSICKm R r1u 019f coW R icket.' And there you have it."
: 17 bik 334 S S Park. 1 I I' I U tAnHPQCo'tt5'fT
1 S Trout..3 . .1 .1 1 aSJ ----------- -- ..51OF Send your orders for this combina
. . .;lot 14 blk 3S4 S S Park. I'. rA.rtrL ;;S 10 et tftf !9 iST M j'Cmf c* 'It t
McCosl.ey. . .I I'1 I 6S1! .UloIfT; DISEASE I I" STIC*Of AJ.KJiOS ion .
. .lot b blk 314 S 3 Park. 1 ) to us-not to the Courier-Jour-
: E' Trout. I 63G ilE51tilU oIi'PET'Tt AltO rtE+.tN EMI 1totAt ftO!"fa uC.tGci4X) .
11 F W Trout. . lot 30 LIk 3s. S S P.uk..1. I I I 91 TH5.1M! ANJ JS MOT A FOOD IJT"..aiToc.. rrxME lal. The regular price of the Weekly
II Kuhn. . . . lot U blk 335 ;: Parrk..I ; G.f'TtT2iAt' A'3 s* . . wt 3 blk 399 S I I'I! 1 6ij'b i Dist 25 CIHTS.PAC.! *..! I
Frank lIan.ey. !
Garlick. . . .:lot 2" bik ...01S S i I I UIMEHall. The Ocala Banner : roaS-lY.! ....ptLtt6N.GLiSeS' P'.I\\f'Yu: ; . . . .wts 13 U 15 Iii 17 IS p.lrk.1 I I I 1 1SPark. FAHAN& STEWART.PAitl' i THALGOTT"
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"0 bH Ht S S Park..I: I III I 1 II I I Proprietor of the
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Susan Garlick. . : Park.: .( I I I 63 !1 I
. E Prifer. . . ...lot H blk110 S '
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H. S S Park. .I I i I FOR SALE.-At a bargain, an up-j DUNNELLON BAKERY.
" .' lfnknown. . . . .110t3 11 12:: blk I I J'I I ';BI'l lJ '
Park.1.
HO S S as'I InoWit.
I.\ts 13 tl1 B blk piano mahogany case good

William Con . Best right
w-ay Park..1 I 2 ; l Medium Is now prepared to ship Bread, Cakes
William C Fr nch. . .. .. .. .. .. .iblk. :.blk HI H"Hi Hti S S S; S Park..I I I 2 ':,; l Advertiing Address P. 0. box 655. Ocala I Pies. Etc., on short notice and guarantees
Conway. 1 I
David Jon s. . . l..ts 13 U 15 bIb: -77 S. S Park. ,1 i'I 1 It i Fla. 4-13-tf satisfaction in a I. case



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: : BOOMED THEIR[ TOW/ ;.er! .. ,. .. -ho' t t"o;:;:. It '.1 .is a njruti.ruu ; WEEKLYCOURIEf TLGHHAH'SCQ! < 0 WENT PORT TO INGLIS TTERMINAL E MENT STANDARD OF AND HERNA.DO:

; sir ke. i'oi oi..c' \"ers .: rody: a COMPANY. RAILROAD COMPAN: .

W'froli: south of the <':-t ; L'l'i: l !lie..L s-i>. .. ;= ll 0i

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WHERKAiS.
: r How Mark Twain's Boyhood Village 1l.1It. Hit' romuien-ial <:U'i! <.i H..:i i 'l7; (f%1.Ii'y; 'r; r } t'- r1 j ;; VH\T Coiupanj. at n st.ikhohlermeeting s THAT WHEREAS the SiHernando .,.... ,: ..

nibal induced exerts to vis't:,: 'lie plt''e JS 'It..1--1..Jij'4i i t D of the said company, held at Railroad f'-p..y !

; Became a Lively City. and examine the I'f'ound.tiel' laui:: T.CURe, 0%.-.-.'". "',;:".... i f 1:1"r/i! jaC" It. >(. knelt. Marion Co-m, Florida, th.rniKi .: of the -'.'t .: .., .<..* 't I

: fuss and furore a big t.'Owpmt or JOURNL rc I \ ;,. ...v,' k .l ,-Kii- of business "f "f J1vorpoi.i'"ii meeting ,
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S.u SiK! ; ;: .\Ji:; i J I\'edntsday, April -> COIlIp.nJ.at Ro'.-.\, .'Il i!. ..-in. :, -
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jiauized :". --.,.; WI:1w" ."tl!,'ik noonaill Hireling the : !i.' '-
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': .. COMMERCIAL CLUB GOT BUSY. es.kkcti.; I P. < C i: ty.
i dollars .
.. !j than a million was AND "US1csVi. _,t.-> .!.o .'. ," "l havin. n e.ilVu! ant all stiHkhuiJ- bt&sof said t"rp. I\.j L...- .. .

'io ':- and m one large lump about 3."!MI population !:' .,?71': :'i.ISNCTAr.C;.:-. -. ''_ '. .:-." .;'. NA: 5A i i I..,i .-... >. -.i6-...; n';. publication of the April 3, ISwT, a. 11 .>', r. A. :M : -.,. 1
,. .,, i-i.'i"! and object ot such
i was added to Ilauuiba] The Tltt"NANS i -',' -i'OCn "{Pa tun.' MI:
';. ," Story of Hannibal Proves That the i I THE OCALA BANNER .: h' .' -I -_ : i'I "--.S ':, m.-.in.-;. 'n' e a utck for four cons.ec- meeting t...Mtig 1-.-. tJi; '" ,G, cc 25 CeNTSA: p--'. 1 .ii. to the holding of such ...
aboost uti'I i < j I.r.r: stmkholil! nit nni uy [pt.bli L..t. the
'.: : Average Community Can Profit by |t lfreklv'R (r 5"1 : ;:-"' -;.:.- ,-s Y;''itr'GUID fY anretiiI 'n .. newspaper pubush'-u in
: : .. ,
o-id .t.ia o:':ct or st u
place
{ '; Taking Advantage of Opportunities. I I New business blaein: brick and ACKERHAM&: SRVftRTvsiEducation 4. Marion v"Uni> Honda to-nit.: UcalaUannt'r. ; .me

'. Business Men Must Get Tosether. I i f I stone began to go up. New bank buildings BOTH ONE YEAR ----- i meeting. t.. t four 11.:1-: I ;li"r..::

I i appeared.( New hotels with }ll'i- ------ -- \ml after air the; stockholders had ;; prior to Lt, holding ". s"'.ch min -...:......_-,
What a live and active commercial! I II been dulJ.noufi'd by personal service!
i' !I rate baths were built. Only four,years FOR : the char- : a newspaper publish! d in .Marion

.- club can do for a town is iu-Jn-ated! I ago Mark Twain went to Hannibal to $1.50 yo tin it.r' ?following f said Company amendment.was to adopted by Count, Florida j-uit.: Ocala

the case of Hannibal Mo. Hannibal i- I I see if he could find any old boyhood'friends. ONLY by Mail K' unanimous vote of four-fifths of I'I't | Banner; and by personal servif-. and

; chiefly known afar as the early home lIe stopped at the biggest'hotel .. 'It.ntire stock, by adopting the foling | of said corporation being
4 I The Presidential el'ttionproachmg. ] : ; ap all stockholders -
:
resolutions, namely:
shame i the opinion : or represented in such
:mes have WJ'o. l t..Le on.> pan ?m. .n.n.2R1roma THAT WHEREAS, in ; present
: C" 10"n"a!' coiitcnt to rest with its lau- I a room with a bath. The clerk stared !That j is all.1r.. Watterson 5.a Democrat 1:0>''lk.epur. Ant.anC'uc, ArnI, I.It"Inetr. ..t the stockholders of the Port in-i:' meeting, the following amendment to

'. .; n-Is as the boyhorxl home of the greut at him iu amazement. Nobody had I and has always been a Dcmrcrat Grammar Thoroughly iJietcrsc.: TaQcbt s.etll'tllu"torvLatm.etc.b) Malt Trazhen-aidedotav Khs Terminal Company it is desira- the charter of said Company readopted
'. dared such a suggestion: be! and in the best interest of thelorporation
preposterous -
t ;American Lumoritvt. Mark Twaiu :i I never a Republican. Essential! $ 1aItllUation. Ns-ri' a "Il'O.ftIatall'irU Ien. that the capital stock i by the unanimous vote of the
i in the history of Hannibal. But if .. .1ddn-s:;,1 1. UIMESI'alatkaFla.icl ofj .
himself hud made It famous iu his I differences out of the way Democratsare ... the corporation be increased from one I entire stock of said corporation at '
j Mark: Twain should there now he mil-I
go Million! dollars (Jl.OOO.OOU to two
writings, such af "Tom Sawyer" and : getting together. $ 'The Cour said rceeting, same being over four-
would find hotel with baths it '
a private 1 E..n; dollars $2.000,000); is.
ierJournal is going to support the | fifths of the entire stock of said cor-
"Huckleberry Hun iu which books and private telephones. The Commercial -' KESOLVED. that the capital I' ;:..
stock
": the Hannibal of sixty year a;:o i i.< ;' club did it. ,1 ticket. And there :you have it" tlf the corporation shall be poration by the adoption of the following ,

-. .' dcscrilx-d. Hilt that Haunibal was only Hannibal with Send your orders ,for this comitina "E1(1.0 UA.t'lL.J.l trom, one million dollars (51.000,000); I resolutions namely: :
_: < is now a thriving city and
million dollars $2.000,000)
I (" t *(\ ( ; I| THAT WHEREAS in tne opinion of _
a village, a small straggling collectiuu about 20.000 people. It is still reachl" to us-not to the Couru r Jo.n further It is :1 the stockholders of the Standard and 'J

4 f out after factories, because :nai. The regular price of the WoelCourierJournal I-y; RESOLVED, that the chaner of; Hernando Railroad .
of hours lying in a valley betwoeu the ing every Company it is desirable =;
alone is $1 a year -aid corporation shall be amended so and in the best interest of than
considerable
increase I'
1 hills that rise north and Kouth from factory means a that Article HI thereof shall read asr..I1s that the stocK
!! .. corporation : capital "L
the population. All increases mean ,
: in .
the Lank of the mighty )Iis issil'pi. ---- : I the corporation be increased from two
i.:. Even row somebody occaCionally re- more business for the butcher the baker The amount of capital stock authorized hundred thousand dollars ($200.000) to

:1tl the builder not to speak of the I shall be two million dollars five hundred thousand dollars (1$5u"-> :
Jers to Hannibal as a village. i banker. .. i i s s s s s s ooo.OOO: ) divided into twenty thousand 000). it is.RESOLVED. .

As a matter of fact, Hannibal giewcousideraMy shares of the par value of one that the charter of th? <"
The is full of such towns
country just i j' FUNERALDIRECTORS. hundred dollars ($100) per share, payable Standard & Hernando Railroad c'.>.. ::t
II
S
after Mark Twain left
as Hannibal which have within themselves I, in lawful money of the United shall be so amended that Article 111 {

9 there. So did everjother western the possibility of much larger a States.. The same to be non-assess-I shall read as follows: ."

town wLih time and change blessed growth. The right kind of commercial : DR. D. M. BONEY, able heritor and is to paid be issued into the when the& mODeyl I j:'j "The amount of capital stock of -" .

with a railroad or two. Innnuiti; got club or board of trade can do the busi- :' Eyesight Specialist. -- ,. And that the President and in his I( said thousand corporation dollars shall$506.000):: be five divided hundred into ;

to IK a city of al>out 12.XMJ jieoiik'. but ness. : Have H full x'ork of ( 'lInilt 8tKl't ab eiiee the vice-President, be and.ht"rt'by live thousand shares of the par ;
he is instructed to take or cause i i'tu i
I rA- that was its limit In the uaturul orderof I S :| *nd Runiil OuitU purr' ;tl given to be taken all the necessary proceed- value of one hundred dollars t$100) :. -i
Beautify the Approaches.The : Burial per share; said capital stock to be l'
,e Uiiuxs. It had grown \11 to just as I I i .ervIces.Embciming ings required by law to procure said paid in lawful money of the Unittd 1
approaches to a city or to'n'ought
.
amendment to charter of the corpora -
; big a town as the agricultural countryIjins States upon calls made by the Dirt _
to be worked out as thoughtfullyas ation.Now..
I
to Order '
.: hack of it could! support. Thattountry therefore in accordance with I tors in such instalments as Dirt cu.rs z
the approaches to estateor r&I NTr I '
a private I f1 may deem best. ; ;:
I said resolution adopted notice isgiven
aM cultivated and de\el so
was :
a great exposition and when the tune I And thereupon the following ar. _ad- i,
that the Port Inglis Terminal
(.[Il'd. to there was uo natural economicreason the should be ment of the charter of said c.'rpm'a't:
problem into .
comes put : Company will apply to the governor

why Hauiiibal shouid grow just the hands of experts. It ought toIt'\ t) ;>& ;.. = I of th State of Florida at Tallahassee' I'vote tion of was the adopted entire stock by the of said unar.nm.a 1-.

lIf Itself be\oiid! its little old l '.UiIl> or.. no impossible thing to make thev.i\' ',. r ..rLfl. I Jerry Burnett Florida, on the i present by adopting the corporation fo'l.wing -- :
; f '! 21st of A. D. 1SC7 I
to, which it uiaiutained with vanelya in and out of a town or city attract, \ ,'. day May, resolutions, namely: <:
for Utters patent amending the charter ;
fluctuation through several deiades.IASS The first impression so eay! f rtw.11.I i iI : of the Port Inglis Terminal Company THAT WHEREAS in the opinion tf ;

than tea yeurs :lgn llunuilial :I is worth Inimproving Merchant heretofore follows the stockholders of the Standard ar.1 :V5
so sensible propitiating : granted as> : j 4

,: began; to wake up. .\ commercial dub i j I and beautifyiiij a towni ciA That Article III shall be ..o amended |! sirable Ilernando and Railroad in the beat Company interest u' of i* ue-the t.a., -

: 'was organized. Some of the leading ; i as to read as follows: .
j i more time and thought should be g'\eu' ; 1 "The amount of capital stock au-'.corporation. that the highest amount 1
:'j; :: business: and professional men got together : < of indebtedness or t .
1 I liability to which
to its approaches. The effect of a tint i thonzed shall be two million dollars ;
: ; and said to themsehe*: "'\'e Tailoring. the corporation can at any time subject c.
j impression is rarely effaced. Traveler' (?L'.flCi\000) divided into twvnty thousand ;
itself be increased -c
.; Lau here a beautiful old town, with a shares of the par value of one from one hundred -
their famous
wisely plan approaches to and fifty thousand
| dollars ijno-:
hundred dollars $ %) share i
fine climate..en.ral. railroads and one ( per payi : -
cities so as to have their beauties flash i able 000) to five hundred thousand dollars ;
rher-the biggest e\er. Why don't we i .. I in lawfuy money of the United ;
; I ($500,000), it isRESOLVED r
the i i
at once upon sight. II j States; the same to be non-assessable;
grow? We have grown to the limit asa I I make a special: correct- !I, Ocala, Florida.i I i and to be issued when the money that the highest :-
and what KING HENRY VIII. I amount of intebtedness or liability j
farming; comuiunity we i i | therefor is paid into the treasury-
where others fail.
ing Eyes i Finest to Which the (corporation shall =
Imported and I at any
need lIois "torlesjust factories. : : This corporation has prepared certificate -
and few.:' His Wash and the Duties of Satisfaction guaranteed or Domestic Cloths. !i under its common seal of the time subject itself shall be five hundred }1
Lets reach out get a I Saturday: I thousand dollars ($500,000) and i
s refunded. proposed amendments adopted as ;
That was good stiff talk.: Hannibal His Barber. money aforesaid, which certificate is now on i I it is further.

: a ., was tired of l eiug;; known only as the i i.mnoll'nt The origin Saturday night tuWnj: .'. I Gutting a ape cial file in the office of the Secretary of the I j RESOLVED that the charter of the 'J.

OPTICAL PARLORS. Fits Guar nte ed. State of Florida. in his office at Tal- corporation shall be amended so that
village! where Sammy l'lernI| seems to be lost iu the mists of an- 1 i lahaj-s-ee, Florida. !i Article VII shall read as follows:

: : ens whitewashed the fence-or bribed i tiquity. According to Mr. Sidney j: ? and 4 Gary Building, Ocala, PORT IXGLIS TERMINAL COMPANY -I. "The highest amount of indebtedne-s '

x the other boys to do it. So the busiu Young who delivered a most erudite : j 1-Fo-r Sale,-Dr, Marean's Liver Tills j or liability which this corporation }

: s men leached out ; and amusing discourse at Barbers' hall '1 Florida. !made from Dr. Marean's private for- ; (seal) By: John L. Inglis. i,can at any time subject it elf. shall. be -
I five
t [ hundred thousand dollars ,
. The first thing that came Hannibal'sway I j jj i( Attest: Vice-President I tgr ( '-
the "Relations "
oa Anciently Existing t s t t S 3 a ; have been tested for 000.) s
jinula twenty-
4 j Ralph Barker I
was a shoe factory. It did not II IIr j' Between Barbers and Surgeons.:' it ,five years; purely vegetable. Sent Secretary 4-19 j And thereupon the following 2'/.end-

; : dime without pulling. Other ;good wa the custom of no less a person ;i i. ( -- ;meat of the charter of aid \.orpofation

':; towns wanted it too. Cut Hannibalwanted i 1 than King lI'ury"III.. to perform par- j {postpaid on receipt of price.; 25 cts. a NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I,. of was the adopted entire by the unanimous,: 'vote
HUBER box. stock ot said
it that inducements Address I. corporation -
0" ( so badly :peiial tial ublutioas on occasional Saturday -
; present by adopting) ; the f,,!iuty-
i!, -;_ ; were offered. Hannibal got it. I Ir. evenings. The "kin;s barber," one Mrs. Beatrice Marean. Detriment of the Interior Land Of- ing resolution namely:

a. ; With the sue! factory tame au in- i John Pen. Penn or Peune an ancestor BY VI LEY. t 16 East Belmont St. .hce at Gainesville. Fla., April 15,. Ii j! THAT WHEREAS in the ft
,1st dam 1907 I "PI1I'fl
J by Helmet. .I |
f trva e of population. Many skilled ,. of the famous Quaker of that name 'Helmet Pensacola, Fla. --- i of the stockholders of the Standard ,
by
.! workers were required.i Besides this, was expected( 10 be present at th" ej 1 dark bay horse;! of Lexington.A Notice is hereby given that William and i Ilernando Railroad Company !'t i-- '

j"N ': many of the local young folks who had ,!j august ceremonies: when the defender\ !I.and action combining the good best speed trotting -- -. --------- Scott of Kendrick. Fla.. has filed no-I j! desirable the and in the best interests: d .
corporation that
E; : Cattle tic--1 of his intention to make final five- Artidt'1
i Astray.
lufii merely hanging to the ragged j 1 of the faith cleanse
"to
was pleased ;,i1 blood with the best thoroughbred. Four limiting the number of Directors
to
and 3 in
steers : proof of his
old. year claim
ti. years mark-i support
-. edge of exisienre-out uf jobs most of' his head lees I or feet" The rl'ulatiou'lrluiriug "d five be amended increasing the :
crop and half crop in each ear; viz: Homestead Entry Xo. 31 56. I "sane;
t- f the time-:--
: and grew to l>e killed woikers. ;' a standing order dating apparently I saddle and driving horses. As many also brand.%f "J S" on left flank or ; quarter of southeast quarter section'' Directors that the number of ''

Thus! the shoe factory worked I from the rtigu i of Edward 1VIt is cpresened )f his colts are good saddlers and Cushion one butt head others have : 33 township 14 south. range a1! east ed from five of said Company be inert-as-
I to s-\en Directors
lips off horns. and that said proof will be made be- ; and
t. loth wa 's. It brought new people, :; !speedy: drivers. further it is.RESOLVED.
in the "Liber Niger Downs Also
i I two
fore Clerk
three-year: old steers with Circuit Court, at Ocala, H
j and it new life into the old people.Of I I Terms of service $3.00 per one service horn that the charter
put Reiis. and its wording eeems to iia ; tipped branded "Z" on right side 'Fla., onI of said: ;

course it helped business generally, j; ply that the solemn washings | or $7.00 with privilege of re- and flank: marks and old brand unknown ;I June 5, 1907. j corporation shall be amended so that 'I
weret 1 turning mare as often as is necessary The last two He i Article VI shall read as follows:
the
wt-r raised : names following witnesses to
i
fur the weekly payroll was large, and t
partial and special" rather than: th-ji l j "That
within sixty days after first service, near Rutland on Withlacoochee river 'i>i prove his continuous residence upon, on the third Tuesday in February -
T T: the people M'eut! it rl.'jV: m ilaunibal.LITTLE ough and that the kind's majesty often ::4 or $10.00 to insure a colt to stand First four near Starket ferry on Ock- ''and cultivation of the land viz: I of each year there shall elected J -

-- did without them. :and suck. I la\\aha nv*'r. : Alexander Anderson of Kendrick, ',i seven stockholders of said (>.orl't.'r-
< If | ation as Directors and that said ]i- -.
i seen please notify ,i A'
The royal barber who wa also a i I Fla.Jake
> : BILLY REEDA : Z. <'. 'IIAMBUSS & CO., Anderson, of Kendrick. Fla. I rectors at their meeting to be ..?'.?
[ BABY groom of the prhy chamber and one of ;| | 4-26-2t Ocala Florida. Sa nuel Scott of Kendrick Fla on the same day, shall elect annually ::_

; : the fifteen persons allowed to enter it, I Sai.mel Campbell of Kendrick Fla. I a President, Vice-President. Secre- v

: was also required to shave the king Ij gray jack six years old brought II I Runaway Horse. t I HENRY S. CHUBB. tary and Treasurer, and such other '':::1
from Kentucky last fall good bone Runaway from officers: and agents the .-
tht' subscriber on 4-26 Register. II I as corporation :
dail"htiMiij; In readiness his water '
and very active. A proven foal getter, Friday night April 19, 1907 a bay may authorize. An the officers shall -!
E' CUREDOFECZEMAt [ to"!sons. kui\p (tvims hcis sours and! ';producing colts good enough to be mare; brd.ntletl..X E" on left hip; I i hold their offices until their successors : 3f

i such other stuffe as to his roome doth ;shown at the fair in Lexington Ky.. scar on right knee, front feet shod; I NOTICE. I are duly elected and qualified. Any J1.. itwo i ;-

I npjiertaine! for trimming and dressing j jI last fall. had front part of wagon attached to of such offices may be held by .:-

-1- 1 of the kinsr'f head and beard." He I her on night of runaway. Ten dollars I, As per the requirements of the constitution one person except those of President
Billy Reed by '' and Vice-President."
reward
was Baughmaa'sjack. will be paid for her delivery'to

Applied to Hospitals and was further required to "take a special) : 1st dam Edna by big Powell I undersigned .at Otala. : given that of the Florida board notice of is hereby And that the President be and here-

l Doctors but Could Get No Relief regard; to the pure and clean keeping i ij;jack; 2nd dam Parley by Paragon. *--*6 -t H. FBLJ>ER. of county commissioners I by he is instructed to take or cause to
Marion
-
i of his owu person and apparel, \\f\r.y ]Billy Reed is half brother to the Ball ---- county Florida I be taken all the necessary proceedings -
: -Grew Worse Under I THE GEORGIA PEACH CROP will apply to the next ensuing legis- required by law
Doctor'sPrescription : himself always honestly in hix convorJ;J jack, the best mole jack in Lincoln DE- to procure said
STROYED.The lature of Florida for special legislation -! amendments to charter of the ; '
: Friends Recom- 1| sation without resorting to the com '14 county, Ky.Terms I i to legalize and validate all war- i corporation .ti

.' mended Cuticura- Result !1 aiiy of \ i ie! jn-rsou's.! :' and so on. Thus i of service $5.00 per songle I rants issued by the board of county I Now therefore in accordance with ; ',11
service $10.uti service with privilege Atlanta tapers say that the said
i we have the Iteginiiinjr of asepsis! -:. |:! per commissioners of Marion county Flor- amendments so adopted notice is f
.- of return as often as is necessary peach crop of Oo :! When he was shaving the king a !: : ida. for work and materials in con- iHernando Standard and ; ;; ..
within sixty days after the first destroyed. And at many points'I I Railroad Company will
A SPEEDY AND knight of the chamlier or sijinn: of *;'i.. ;sen ico. $13: .uo to insure a coit to I where the largest orchards are locatedthe tnic-ing the courthouse at Ocala: ;. to the governor I.f the Stat-apply of- :L;

\. 2. I body or bath were require 1 t.> 1 it' ;pres ;stand: and suck peaches! have b....n entirely Kil"il.The !Florida for county purposes i j i Florida, at Tallahaaso* Florida; on f

; PERMANENT CURE put in and!'r to peeve f.ul ;p!:';'. Tlie:! Scnictmoney! due for either horseor : Georgia entomologists says that John L. Edwards, Chairman I j[ the 1-:.,
I the crop at lave Springs, Adair'MHe, J, )Mathews :' 21st day of May A. D., 1907. i
portrait of Ptni ft::iues j" ti'nv-iiM'! r. I jack when first service is rendered Elbert Haber ham for letter !

"w "Wo t'xpntn \ou herewith our Instllianks Hi'Hu ill's farno1pMsne" \ !! of I hear; .\ Except when bred to insure a Aufctell county county are all destroyed.A county. and : X. A. Fort & Henando latent ain Iir.l ndm.r, the C..r-M...n.-,".iland '-, i .t

cur the cure of our Uibtnuu I Ii colt, then service fee is due when : special: to the C.V.. Turner j'charter ; ;
VIII. delivering: .1 barter t"' the l bar O.-orgian from Bart..w htr-tofore sr.!lit. ,!I. a>: folln' .'
fcrema.: The u'/eiita 1j'pt.'an..J"; | when bers ui4l I colt meets requirements or when the county says It is thought to be S. R. Pyles, Commission 1'.1 i| That .\rti- ie III of ih' ,.
tin tie ni '
i "HI'S OIIMMOP
i : i rhr9i
the child was three inoutli& old. \\c mar is parsed with or bred to another : extremely doubtful if a single peach i* 3,15. :, aid iorj.or.Mion snail ?" su !
applied to '\"t'r..l doctor \ their uii'on! MI tit!"> !>oly.-Lqn.I.u! I.,iuCet. I Heft in this to read nfid
,' < : hoipit.ds j !hor s-o or jac'vLuti county. -- Pf.dlows..
;: each of which i Tluj are all Killed the MNISTR TOWST7CE( O'F- ''The
:
pi\i us u'IIit'tlting different ._ tl ill! he retained un cult for in vicinity of aiuiH rr t.lJ.ulto.: k v .
every tune, but nothing thought re- j ---- ;t'rriet' f, e. M.uon.. Not in ire than tw.nty hush sui'.l FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DIS l'oI1nnti"n ..hli i. rite :' : :'. i"hlJ

-. i lief. A ph\sui,m 1"1'(1.11I111\11I1\1 a solve ?b. har\-t. !n Kul'di: i ,flinty CHARGE. :':an:: d In'N: -,". ,"" di\ ,,'. j _A\

which we threw into the firs; after t \odays' HiJTO.: .,d m.'u: :,''Oloa: !.!- ':'te. Co ?i ihe :J'Viau" ., trill KIO'I! l>!e, L"T'T i-r. pa'-i'.r' at and,'::1.' In"r'I"11' i. t.onnry IKI 1" r cut. of A> in.ti:oils..(:. '1 Ikfrr r :1. p;' \ .... (
s r ; "p r"purI..j kill"11.! ?f ':!{' h in-1-: .: 'lulr.l.; use as the ('I-Z'P-:i tvc ntuur ,,1.1..] > to env .ui-V V-t-t i-ie 1 ss tolive rt! !" ,. Ill" yv.1!:.: 1ai: :,. 'iit' ',",,'nt I l.riy! \h: !,.> an' a't.. n. ar\ all Xoj! '<: r:>T<-';nv !.;! .F'Il'Lot' : ,1 Tlc ..tn.l,1,: -:11! ,r.', ;.: '. ) .pl. : .-: ,'

IiU that the kihsiTatihiil! in" f:".,.. At K n...!. :Mil \ f t'! f.r', ., -s. ,, ,". Stn cf :90'7. :'ti\'. '- ; I; ; ..: I. :i
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.i last, one ot i"ir tuends t.t'HlIlI'lId.J to ; t,'"i -:,' -, \. tof OraiV: ; "I ;i'1:;.nl .P- It'-UT '. .'.'f',- f '\ at r'- .' :d1'' us ('ut l'nrl Soap and Cuiiira: ih ---- "::"'. !." .'" .:: ; : c_ '.'. : ... .. in : -j.
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: 1\\ tLV'aitt'r\i.i ill q'lp. L3<' eat CracM :
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:NN..44NNN44..O4N44NBIRD'S .... ...... .. ..... Mrs. Longworth at the Races 'i.nd: ":.- -rr.! r "*'h. : .- .r.-r. ,- t

asr, nishn" ,,:n"ot tilt peop.haa: : rf'iafi FLORIDA'S !
f EYE VIEW OF THE : T'L'.i, .
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-': '..-s :n.- ro.Iowm: ; .unresting ac cess: 'ipn "::> plea: : that L Enu--,:

| DOINGS AT TALLAHASSEE i ornvf' :htr r cen: v.-u of Mrs. too buy: : janow to ji.-f\ ::r.iurdr MINERAL SPRINGS i

: X.cho.aa: : Longworth ( Alice Roose- of the court, but may do co later (i/n

vein) to Louis'!<>, and of hr ap- ; His! work!: :i-: n carv: it ii ca.in.t-d; ,

.: Tu" Dive IIr Peace- \ Ln+'ral Priision Law-Half Million J pf-arance a' ::..- raci: < :n -La: c.ry: : Tal.ar.a-a!: : ", Pi.HHaloi: nex- .

:: fqr> Higher; E, +uc ttin-; Tie:: L.LL 1 tu rl' fur lJri1iuilg"; Societyi... on .'n misas, at weekR. .:: S.\H a fil:: Listory of the aMS ? 1

The Churchill D "'. n' :} e>'eriay afternoon business: rrom =, faIT '.) linish. so look
: Evdglade.illis.. +of Levy the Lngislaiive J
'l) site th: Ir'!<;: rim and to see in out for it.-Bra: lento'\'n H 'aid.: 4 1
: Jester Distinguished! ViMtur? Very i I
: be flesh Mrs. Nicholas L'nzvand : : ;-*!:.

: Jlu.n i:1 Ev'ideucr : take a passins inc" a: :olr-.. Rev. J. P. Hilburn the New President Ii

v a Longworth's fans'' am: i.; of Sutnerland CollegeDr.

:, .: Written Especially: for the Ocala Banner by Miss,; Jefferson Bell. vA1i The Longwor'w.th: : their: + rriends Sha.itVv" \Va.:,'-:". who has i L.-n

.. A Mr. and Mrs. Jaiius; F.ischI.lann.; ot" the president of uMhod: .i c c.-:: .t : faR. A[ a. t tI
+ N+$4t 440+4e$:*$.4 i i ;.-t+t.-o.frtilw0..i$9 H,0 =:
Cincinnati. and Mr. and Mrs. Gray at Suther'.ani: for ?.x years cvrr.n !

Tallahassee. Hay 21.-After another ( the tr'i tees of the inernal impruv .::-. Falconer of Lexington, tail! V"-n :L" .-. ,'" .".", Tounf!'",,' .iun'c. .r"na14 ', L

week of pandemonium. Peace. taar nient: fund! TO compel the: conveyance: guests at Mr. aI I ':r6. J ':in 'ripprriron's his; :pretU', : of tee inst.ftlon.: DrVaiifr .
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has tak'a to the woods, will again to railroad compaui-o of over four l! tircdi-.r'abt.; :and wtra ;.r-e: late 1' an eloqu:'nr: !,:->.acher! ani ,. :

descend upon U i. As is usually the ; niililon acres of land, under legislative in arriving. has tnat i -j i>- r Allege! a very: :f.r.e pre>-I

case ']' ring the l last weeks of the ses- grants of residuary interests ThIarry! cccupit-d a !JIX c-.t the i>ient. and j!_.., :'-aignation Warn: t1. 'I

"ttn the lines are tensely drawn J made subject to the trusts imposed l: end of the! gran'irand. near the club with much r''v: his r'r.: ;1.HiE: J

gmtnt flees to brutish beasts and ,' upon. the lands by the original inter. tnl:"-,.. wr; : : '.t <1.. L J'"- t" .;>. : .-.- nfthr. resignation 7.ir.Jered! ':':r::J'he ,:

:. men du foxy their reason-sometime-;. na: improvemeir af sienJaboie .. -
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[ have been reading Oar to braceup I ; and, v hefta.i.: [prae'itally! ail' iitjy cou'd: l.j.. <_ :2':.'-; : ; "." : ;..-: i I'. nfere ne'1'! ;.. w.inut made r'-. J r- -

my philosophy; and: can say that 'of the n.untia. 'n.- hands of the cr')\v'i I'JJ;!.. :I.c: .:ntil d'ir' .n.r ri::.' n.a:-: -:'.'-n.nx-

Thi- .t.-- :!ai.urfill its i : wisdom, lias rUse i-- tinder an. injunction issued' Mr?. Lonj"-rb w. >''.. a vf. ." ".c.:-' i or rt/ "< <;: ..-.:".

dour -aose! things it should n.)1 nave: by t..e: i United ;Stares: court as thai e <:!ipia son of j',ll:5"-[:. r"r.-;: : T':.- ra;:,.>;n .-'.". -n t" -n.rr,:,.-.. Tr..,. THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDA

dungy :and left undone those tin;3 i; ) r ut 'L.:? LO'l: \'ilr; ;,r. : Xa.::.ii...- ''rtl1-::-.' -:. .. ..' wl: : an fiT.: :dl-- r: !l .' 1 : ':l:'. :- .- ,a1:''- -:id'ih I

siiGifd: have dune, as :legislator's fr'qut Ra.Irjad: C\JlC,::tny.'r"l i : -. .-' ''. \ .' ,. .i "-"' nn-r ncL'iSVt: fir' \\.llt.r al'.l:1: : '.;[1..-, i NEVER OVERRFLOWS. BATHING CANNOT BE SURPASSED FOR

-ny: do rhe:: common wea/h: e ill ( oti:,-/ injunctions: a.' !P'..'::.:.:.,.:". ad. r\rr i.- < "i. .. H-r :hat ,: .< i : r-ga'.ar n.--: :' ; r'ZVLTH: AND PLEASURE. CURES RHEUMATISM. DISPEPSL\
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: )VNI;) KIDNEY TROUBLE O : ?: \ DISEASES.
r ndu.'" the -book. There v.ili;1! !bt o'a- 'vheriras: the 1)r: 't r" ,.ra or :h- .'- ELEGANT
:: : : Su:: :I :.iYa.jr.: ; ._- que jricf. : .. The i tji'ari ): : ::: Dr 1.
? \ iCOOL AND SHADV..I.TXT: : : PINE LANDS
ti'o:: cone. stae: UHntand eta: : ::." rirh': i of the s.iid'-d: :',"'j.i: ;'. '.' .' a: :!k *.<> P. Hilburn v.;l'a: ..-n'('hair an of '
2\.T -.. new furniture. E.:"-_al: :.r,!- and rj':,- :a:" Rooms
atiin nOSe ..c s'.oiild: : !jtv;. orouiiy i Her J.r: ,i a- i JC.; ',.' ,1 1 1.y j. .; :'I-n -je: boar .::" r :-i.st.I; '. -. ; resa: ..nt. t' -
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lighten: with a.Ttn f 'irch!
''F'-ar not I lest exiati'ioiflj: .i inz your 'rott-ct-rd: : dz.>:, nht-ri-as!: : -' .' ,'\2 tu<:. :' '1.-:1': .,ucct-t-a Dr.'a.; .:,-.:'. ina n.-ctel; Dr .
ar.n: : t- :. : > :Ire scenery is ;arpaased in Fior.da. '.,. -: oath
Account should lost ',r' unow tLt: type t-u-r-HS of tl.t- inMra: ia'prner. :.: :The un::.: tl.12o'i:; the uri.nar: : ; \Vaiker chairman: : : : ': the hoar< : to succeed : -
=I cs-: 2.llar: ", bat room, pi-nty: of -, _
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no more: tun.1 aave fa.t.i: : ..:?> airn.ed; ;::t. .'ittrtsrs ... ut the; .."., '.- aa.. .:-an .1. jf walk at any drprh. games ot"all!; kind .
I pool rooms for .a.-- .. .
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The Eternal I Saki trom char ; of tae i -I.: '. '
bowl has -ta't in et: : -,' -.nm of ; ar' -1: ir .T.r.fr.:: \m h: ''r doctor uf d tntt7 was f:onf-rr-1: .
1! t'.t-nicn. dancing pa..I.on.:!: boat.n;: : ani: S-'uini. S 'tlatf'd f, '.- -. from
poured : \ siir-refure Le! it rat-. Ti Apopka on :Sea-oar-i: : A.r: Line Ra..road whrra: splendid: .: :. -;. ...._.. goes
M..iions: of iwbbk-s li.vc: UN ani- will Resoived. by tn.1: hou::>" 01 r ..: s :. -::::' :)e su5teri. i.li'-: > :ir l'IJ., ,r,:.;: rccominHndauon of the! boar .
I to the SonnjRATES :::-
pour. tatives, That tae course ot'tt: -" ,r\-; cumniies:: u-r.l -j tl. ignare 3.ar.- Dr. Hilburn was( fornirr.y. the pas
[ l $:J.M.:: PER D.$5: 'O PER WEEK. SPECIAL RATES TO
RCS of rile lutemal m4jrj\enieat: I'-ind hobs., It'a"; z-jt tall! of rh: la!y :<; ror of the Methodist charcli in :n-; ;
FAMILIES AND PARTIESRa.lr .
"When yon and I behind t ilit:? veil are in dtfeEdin: the interest:: of the state WEar: them: at" : wit- the only '!i-'zarrii; :! .I! city: and his friends :earn wi;.. pear-i: : i ,,;
:: .:. :fa.-- S..: r i ,ni ::;'. j ..: :,.r t-ry: : di': .-.
past j .n: suits: brousL: u;;aiiist tiltt:,;':;rees [ touch about anotherw:&>- srnct'.y .! ure' of the honor that has l len: : conferred !'

.Jh: but the long lung while:! the : to compel tae conveyance: of lan.is to i I convt-mionai Boiler: and it gave the ; : : upon him and extend to him Wekiwa: Spring Company '

world shall last:: J railroad companies Le. and the sameI i women a ;ood ::,olto: rake; at".,1 i uE inji: their congratulations. Theenn! just \y".- k'a; (Ll\' : t 'rltl ;", Florida z

Which of our coming and departure I Is hereby approved and it is the sense !| their coinm-rnrs. Nobody triutd to'i' closed a:: Surherand: has ken( a very .

heedsAs !i of this house that ail suits brought 'like rheairy much and ..rrybodythought :successful one. -- -
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much as: ocean of a pebble caSi. i against the trustees should be vigorously ; she' would have !.wked better ;: .

I ; : and carefully: defended to the i without them but they: assuredly: proved -1 Mr Frank Sampson of Boar-inun

"One moment in annihilation's waste I end that the interest of the state may to be promoters of conversation. spent Thursday in Ocaia. HI:= fr.enda !
I ; Adding flew Accounts !
One moment, of tile well of life to ; be fully safeguarded!, and that no \ One woman nearly wept because !i ii were' glad to see him and glad: to see (

taste- | further deeds be made to railroad i Mrs. Longworth's hair was not ret :, h.! .n 'looking so welL Mr. Samp-or.. .

The stars are setting and the caravan I companies' claimants: unless requir- I as had been reported. The comfortable ;until a short while ago besides his .

} j ed to do so by the: courts: of last re- I warm shade of brown of her i !splendid orange grove on Oran.;- : We are constantly adding new aci| 5

Draws to the dawn of nothing-0. ;I SOrt.I ( hair was not enough to satisfy: this : Lake. owned a large onebundredacrc'lemon

A make haste." i!i! .,; disappointed: woman. i j' grove on Hilisfaorougbay.. J counts, and our business is increasing at tI

4 | Mr. Willis of Levy who has estab- | As the six racers swept into tb? ; which h-> sold through Col. J. H. Livingston .

Exceeding liberal are the provisionsof lished a reputation as tbe buffoon of I stretch and became straightened out > i Son of this city. His ?rove I a very satisfactory rate. Possibly you also *

for home Mrs. for .at the :lake is one: of the! beat :n that
the pension law. enacted this week. I the house, added further to his reputation I Longworth a moment ;i. .

Heretofore the state has granted pen I yesterday by offering the fol- j seemed to forget her surround- ': ::;section. I I might be glad to join us. I

house 1 lags and in her excitement her .
oiwing poetic amendment to got to ;
sions only to soldiers and sailors and .
biil which I feet. She clenched with her A Narrow EscapeG.
widows of such who were in actual ; No. 5ItJ, provides for tae tightly .
I establishment of a system of higb- | gloved hands the iron railing of the J W. Cloyd. a merchant ,f Plank.MJ '
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service the civil"ar. Pen
during
had far: _
a narrow escape y- ir-
i the creation of board of box she occupied. and leaned far out .; i
ways a state .
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whirr he i-naon b'ir COMMERCIAL
aimls were not granted to "home.ros" t I < ago ran a : : :" :: -- BANK
road commissioner;:, a stae roadcommissioner in her eagerness to see. When Pink j i thumb. H. -ay: : ""Th '1'1:.--.:
: Under this i
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f 'to ampu-a'- .:. ba: I w u:: 1 .- .- ,. ,
A l Its: about three thousand three hun I! etc.: 11 Star flashed by the rlaisb line. Winner ,i sea. :. I 'b"'.;i".t: a bxf E., .,:'I:: = .Vrn.o.i .

dred. are on tae roll about fifty per'II j After section I'l add the following: of the Derby by a length, Mrs. Long-J :?:; .,:, .,"i -:-.ir: ,.'i1-- ,: .- '.: OC LA. FL EI.N444N4 3. :
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!!! "Provided, that I worth clapped her !hands in applause.: ;, g--r.- .\ :-: :. .: \... .1: T'I.: ''I.: .
cent. of all applications filed having :land her watching n.:..: >..- ..4,4NNN44Od .t. .. ... . .... . .t
resuming seat sat :
been allowed. The law j
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until the floral wreath had been
"When Gabriel blows his trumpet, i -- --- -- --- - -
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t for a tax levy of four mills to '
If the roads are not complete: i placed about: -be winner's n"ok.i .
,'u meet the provisions of this act: only i J'tANh +J Wv Wi'WVWVThos0
j liie man who introduced the bill
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three mills however have been lev <
:; Shall not walk the golden street. I SOCIALIST SUNDAY SCHOOLS IN
ied. The assessed valuation of taxable I

property in mis state is $H_, >l871 $.- :i And when Peter calls the roll #I LONDON
j For that last last lonesome time. i _
; and the three mill levy for pensions i j lie Keating I Ii
produced $426,1156. Of this i,! The father of this: bill shall stroll 'i!1 Special to the Ocaa: Banntr:

i Good roads in warmer clime." | London :May .::.-For -ontimt
amount about three hundred thous- i
!! past the London County Counc' : has :
and will be paid this year to pensioners : '
The usual number of distinguished granted on Sundays/ the use uf us
already on the roll not includingthe I
1 visitors have been "at the capital during '
school buildings in various::; districts
increase of two dollars per month I I
the week and the town has been |i to the Socialists to hold what they' & COlllpany
.' which will require an additional ; i
v eighty thousand to meet. With the unusually gay. The commencement j call Socialist Sunday School services i

exercises of the high school began i for children. "Good afternoon, com- )
I Sites open wide to the "home guards"hand
{ Friday evening of last week and con rades!" "Good afternoon. comrade!'' ;
"reserves" it is estimated that I Successors to Strauss & Co. RI
I tinued until Monday evening. Several which was the interchange of greeting |
the roll will probably be doubled
receptions and card parties. Mrs.hnott's I between the Socialist super.n'endentj :
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1 within the two years and the problem "
"grandmother tea and a j and eighty little! children in Sunday' ':
of meeting the increased payments
1" I lawn fete have kept society people i school held in the council school in
.1-. .4.J,;" with a four mill l levy will:! be a veryserious I, :
Ion I, the go. The colored populationhave !! tbe North End road. Fulham.! It was WHOLESALE DEALERS
; one. I I LIQUOR
been busy celebrating "Emanci :ja quaint scene. Eighty children! : with
? There was practically no oppositionto
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pation Day. and the meeting of the ![ forty Socialistic parents: interspersed
the bill through either house, although -II
grand lodge of Knights of Pythias.We among them sat in a class room. The -- .-- ---- -
it characterized yesterday !
was i
_: favored with a imposing -
were very children were fresh-faced and happy. ,
the floor of the senate by Mr.
-I upon
I. colored parade Thursday afternoon i) whispering and smiling. The men s
ala Florida
Hudson "fraud and a robbery O
51 as a '
with a brass band at each end <; ad women were sad-faced. After the ,
upon the tax payers of Florida. open )
that caused a suspension of business 'formal greeting red-covered Socialist ;- !
ing as it does the gates to all. i
I in both houses while the emancipate : hymn books were distributed: and'
r Liberal pensions to deserving soldiers I It .
circled the block known as capitol the! children's voices sent forth! w.;rdsj; RYE WHISKEY CASE WHISKEY.
of the Confederacy has tie un- SPECIAL fOUR
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square.Among telling how labor wa mocked; and P..r ; .
qualL'Ic-.l: approval ot all and the easy the S-ar P.yRi .- . . ".tt Per QBurl:-. g'r
well! known visitors
the
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how on its back sat Idleness: ;
[)asaaae; of this law show tow marked P. .. iKVSt Ry. : : : QUART orEER :....:''r . . r J "
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week have been Hon.: T. A. Jenninirs.Kon. : : "Ch'rt-r! said Tie' siper.n'vndvnt . .1 ; :. : 1 '"
w::" cliffs: sentiment at this session : Moreno Jones and Mrs. Jncrs:: '"do any ,fnn: rexetiioer last ;i' !le 1sr T.eK . . . : : : : : : :: ing .:'Kl -.:.; .: y . ::: : : : :

.* the legislature.::: l""c.n. . . . FOR .. '\...r'... J... . . .. -1.'... SjOg
.. ; ,. and Mr. O. M. Gordon of Pensacola ; weeks; text 1 es: said! a little; : l -,ar."s Pr.-ie . . ': "F.V :. :- R .Y : :'" '! . . '

%' f Frank LMayes, 5.crown!: prir.: "*iof "ir:: : "No:; on.van :.,> ?rug:;,: !happy win.: : if.'T>?ranit"r . . . . ti\p wt_,_' ':'''('.. .... : ._. J.; -...__.. --.....;. n.-. . . .. :!:
Another very liberal jr! :\iwriaton.hade . . . exlre :i-rS ,, ".. 1.Drecatll
i the l.z.alature: v.a.in Air.Buclonans Fl:>>n.'a joumahsd.: Jadce J Eiiimeu nertiiesy! I.-- a: -_'.''' "\ +>+-n>e oi nth: < i': \'., :. : (:: : i:.:__: '!{ la.*. "- : i -: : .;:; : : : ::: ': : : :_

f :! by \VHon.;: Willum; H. Mi.n.n!: alll.1y.s \ -.s.. 'Thar'- r: -::'." r.i. i :u" ----r-; rrr ::! . . :.." . . . !--
--\ bill: carrying P..I-JV than Ltwis of M Li ::mna. iliiii 'inenir3._ and ,.'->x' :r r. r" 'I... .i'. c'I } :!'..i .;,.H o"", :. ". . . STRAUSS_. I X L .'-\:: .. . . . . ._:,
"k' wait! a aiirijn!l' dollars!! for i'ucicual: CORN WHISKEY.: ::- : ---- ,' "' :: . . . .1 : .
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C.'rjr': : ,>! .la.'..,-'n. .' The L'Eng'e' Case.opie \\-\\-I-end.l" : _
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.., VL.1IB a dec.'leiily; ) fa, .',';1:-.e: FCn.J3 Grew*3 Some ls"dHay, : the wno: :> ,state of Flr.da BRANDY. HIOVESOLECORI1 1
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L.r\ : :' : both h.i't-f.> Li} C Oak ciaiu., the cftli: : t'::yin are now faceo .ice with a very I D:.!.-..""..""r.-.. Era: ::'y .2. .., ."i.+. The best goo'I.to be "-., __-.-.-'. c ". -.-" -. ii_:.- . . .1. ." ..1 ,

house:. ; : : population in Florida. and the largest grave: issue wh.ci! ?:.as resolv-:; ; _>eif AiBrr., :" . . . . Gad: f1 r inmcnev .l-:: ', .... . . . . i..v
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following: resolution offered inland city in the state. How the consti ..'nIs : : SWEET GOODS.
dt-noed by the no a menace to : ::: .'.J..:::)ITJa ;:'.: . Per tl.
!bMr. Rees of Escambia and i about Lake City's claim of over seven Governor Bro ard aboj: ,carts WINE. FOR $6.00 Peach and Honey "a" grade .11.- i

adopted in the house unanimously thousand, and where do 1E.laa : or are the courts: above trie: zzrnor. .' ,_' ,'.:.': ::1:>.1 Wine . . .51":" We wad send expf'7." p.a.'h. and H')ary "aa" graze .'....ir '
. . -., nrera.d fu-1 units R.c "..'' . ,. ". ,
St. Petersburg stand in the list?- That is the question. :' : 1t .:. . . 1 : 4 ct and Ere .. .grad- }
Thursday. 3. :;:,' "y WI::, . . ;.: .': .11".1 R}-: .:..i' g1.y .!.: . ::.. .
Whereas under an act of congress I Ocala Banner. According to the state ;: Claude L'Eng.e: indicted ::;ton ti-; }' :"... ....... :.... . : : : : STRAUSS FAMOUS : .:-. .. =;r.r .!}: . . .
September 'S. 1>30. the i i census of 1J 05 here is where Miami first ballot on five charges by a grand :. '. .". ..; ...., "..., . .:,, :--.... :...... ,. .1........ . . . :
approved
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Lake stand ::: :-: ':-.:-:-;: ;\ .:.- ; \ : : :: y ) )
and City :
: /!state bas received 20,15iulS.44: acres I St. Petersburg jury for gross and malicious: .:t>el up- : {

7 J\ of land for drainage purposes; and I' in the list: Miami. 4733; ; ; St. Petersburg !i'Jon! Col. John A. Graham. wa:; placed

\ whereas, 17513376.04 acres have I 316; Lake City 6509) ; Ocala, ,. under bond. After expressing hiinseli

been disposed of, leaving only 2,638.- j 4493; Live Oak 7200.: Since that cen- ;again: and again of his eagerness for !

": '. 6-1:.-IO acres in the fund, and none of I I{ sus was taken all the towns men- :''a trial and certainty of a vindication. 1

these lands have been drained as required I tioned have made wonderful growth : he not only pleaded for a icontinu-i i

by section 16 of chapter 610) (Ocala included). Live Oak now I!: ance which was given but has now i

acts of 1S53, section 6:0 of the gen- claims! a population between $000 and : failed to appear, and his bond hasj i Ocala Florida i

erar statutes of i906; and whereas 9000. St. Petersburg has made: a i besen estreated. Being cow in the eyes ,

. r four suits are pending: in the courts great gain in population, as have also of the law a fugitive from justice, an I A.

of the United States and two suits are I Lake City and iliani-Live Oak t oficer: Is sent with a capias for his i;

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WARRIORS OF OLDEN TIMES. 'ble to handle the dumbbells that 'e s t" 4

.. z. !pu; up with ease.-Paris Figaro. N NKNHistoric

Small Pctatoes-AAl nsiCe the Stalwart .
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, Men' of These Later Days. Why, to prove the incorrectness cf'Mr. tab I

;.: Rowell's statements tat there I. ED O K .
the popular opinion:: ';
. According to [are no rocks in Florida, on .a wager

we nen of tie present tine are singnlarly -!I''my' grandfather carried ten bushels]' t OF AMERICA t It-

j degenerated and are nothing buckshot on his back for four .c::t-: *
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"and bogged every step to his kraY s *
than tang=iaiTes and redactionsrf
i more !!iin tint rock right here ill lIar:I L: ((2y Frederick; Has<.". *

; < Ui ll.ci1 -: -.edieval times. It isj!OO). Ben Raysor can tcst.iy tCII H NNf6+h iN4N-iN 1 1t

sail tbit u.c .-rriors of that period j ji I!I.-..-tSim.ttat I1Twr

ir and ihatjere The <:j churches of Ne: z-:_ .
'iiicL- O'i.._ in iron t
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r, 1k-. --\. .. of sceeL T ,1!\i 7n= TURPENTINE MARKET are rich in stories that : : ii1Ii Jl

[ : : bra-e sp.n: cf c...-... tei -:* JrtNuIlr ,' .
.:j*; ta'- .fiend says and what ,,' + ,
.t. : tli Considerable comment has resulted! ;earliest edlfc: s c' -.. :neo .... ti
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:among local naval stores by the re"ceEt feafr$* wrt ;ae -. -ias[ :,.-: .:, .

;. -'_. con:,L: _. ; to an invocation to l slump ia the spirits market, owing sttce parson p:-:,,_&. *.-,-. By l llll ''' ,
.L, ,.'. ."- .-.-. :--.. In ajedievai uses;: to the apparently strong statistpotion :-.own masket Issn.n g aza.3it :ie ,.,. I

ht'..::_ .a .-1"Ol'aOu. ,:. The barcnsjate i feb r of the naval stores ittdus- p.*. = -n"::-ls stsod a: -hdo*? :. Fruit Punch has been awarded

:-- i-C_ i-d the peasants inr.; :o ?r'r TmlEg of inLazs. t"fe* S'-in i the palm of unqualified; I l ?up ?riority. It-assures distinctiveness and

c-it en.. Gymnastics were:i Eectd&ts of spirits turpentine dens-5 of theTMsII "I"'nr'fi-- (
re '* success to all socIal functions, and should be prepared in accordanceA
: :d ..l bathing waspopulations 1it'Savannah thus far for the season are stuoi slacked ;a ta* *;r.er cf :==
with the
r aisle ar.1 :ae or I following:
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tec i. ::: were more than S jy casks smaller than f1PPY posrder

r eOj .!H.J tis .as and vii.agesThe for the same time last year. while for the! cfefofcy was stored in the f FORMULA

a macs ',cTc t...ucaiiy barrac.S irosins show a decrease of aow.it l:,- loft cverh ai. This place was e.a(- (Quantity Surlviont; for Twenty-Five Guests)

r the coaxes c.u. There was a aeediof uw .. Well posted factors te-;; ed as the sagaziiie Decaase thrti S ORANGES ti LEMONS 1 PINEAPPLE

pure air e.crywhere. Fromtais lieve that Savannah is getting her f oli i were no uYs in the ear:} eizrctcj : \ 4 QUARTS RED ROCK GINGER ALE

:';: lIWU"f oi _HZ; tare resulted neces- share of the total product, as CO a- 'it being tak-n as a sign cf spir.r.a:: 1 POUND SUGAR 1 PINT MARASCHINO CHERRIES

fary .e}i'.K a_-.' generations- rparc-i .itii tbe production. tilt fsr. weakening .f one should frc- c,*::-1 Crush oranges and lemons, chop pineapple fine, cover with sugar,

: Gar learned pifsiokgiata after hence :::e si?nincance of the d- while at eHouS. Sometimes -r-, allow!I p stand for 3 hours press out the juice and add to this juice the

.: win measured hundreds of skeletsnstesnfy -. crease. birches! twcsrae real forrreast-: :
S pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice. Just before serving add .
that the men of our times Tee Sow from tie pise trees started ir wms no unusna thing ro See wo.vtaheads

"' are from one to two centimeters taller in on accoont of the very naJed to the walls by S'lec'-ss. the four quarts of Red Rock. 1 JJ J

than the men of the middle ages. warm wiathC.but the cold and wgee CL; fal talplil: :et 3. Tae !law ia NV'ar ,

Eat the bones of oar ancestors weeks owing retarded the season Engafed repnred that all tonics :E ar n.___ ._ ._ ___... ," uAYfI

J; tie only testimony left by them in more than the unseasonable: warmth : built wPbrn a certain distance of tie t tcharefe. i! ., ,

regard to their stature. We also possess had hastened it. : k arrangement that .raran- i - ------- I i

teed r mutual protection, and f fail |.a 1>_,". I: was .'...,= :_.:: buildingI Florida in the Confederate War NOTES AND COMMENTS
". their war garments. We have Bat the most serious part of the: brought
I that the men nurched that fa The list of in the
I out to following generals
ceasured several of them and it: outlook for the season is comamed in ; members of the town in reach of;
., tai meeting with the British known CoufAterate service credited Florida Texas has also cantaloupes in ma-
: tnms out sot only that we appear to''reports from Florida which how : the dram-beats that summoned :h.I j'| to

,ave grows taller site the time'that' the yield in she central and; !men to church or to war. j?[as the Boatcn !!:: re. I: was the is compiled by Mr. Talamon Cuylor. ket

they were &:. but our:southern part of the peninsular wi.ll(!i ThE Church of the Pilgrimage at [!ovenor'a catirch for a while, annd of New York City:
It is said that the
; Plymouth. Mass. stands the';: enjoys the reputation of having bin Generals governor wants an
;. shoulders could never hare fit into'>' be greatly cot down by fires and the day on
session.
Iha. steel corsets of our so-called ati-droath.i sire or the one mere 3 IIes Sran-iisa(i;so sternly ruled that the wives and Kirby E. Smith; February 19, 1862. extra -

: l -tic forefathers. Moreover rhi<.5 I As an Ulustrauon of the havoc wcrslusped "so long ago. and whoa!! ianghters of the founders were not.i. Died at Sewanee Tenn., March 28,
The division of Dade ha-
r proof fees been made en more Wl: wrought by the forest nres, after ths :3se strode in his mad-stainec[admitted to membership for fivei 1S9J. Lieutenant general, October 9, county

:- t cne oaca :ei Tie Comte de X -; woods had been readerec highly daasmabie eQr"i": only to se? tk" lorcly ?ns--years k was desecrated by the British 15-02.;: Major general October 11, 1SC1. been postponed.

verkerke the by long dryness, two Florida c'.Ja made tie wife of Join Alien. In f in 1775tile pews being taken : Brigadier general June 17 1861.
supperimendent of the
,
Humphries' uniform text bill haspassed
t ratieunts under the second producers were m. the office of a ICE aid caurea Rogtr \:iams;!oar to make a pig sty and Burgoyne's : Major Generals

eispirt preached before ie was m en turned the body of the building j' J. Patton Anderson, February 17 the senate.
wishing to pat ca the art of Frands Weal facmr a day or two age an-i i iociser sent sway to/ J{'
Lfe f exile the Indians. i Fitt r, a riding sciuol. : lio'-t. Died at Tenn.
I, the larger oi ail is the nosenrj uc.zg gloomj reports. :cid cf a ; among sad Memphis 1873.

of ruller7. was caiigthi sa ;Tc.t'p. i: Onc GC : .:.r ,:4tt 4cse uOrazv frem tit sasie old carrels \\i"; k; Tie first church in St. Mark's parish 3r.gadier general February 10, 1SC2. It looks like Tampa will get a stag
R .;_".rd ,. t Sa Virginia, was built and equipped William appropriation for her state fair.
It was too i tle for hies .. wk: 10,;,; cv-:1l crop :f orS. wert oat wita aa t.7'.1.a' \ W. Luring, February li

.evertaeles: tar eoznie. aithc-yga i bo1. :" !..} W"'.<2. 2.C **J._ ""-;"-. .,'ee iaj to weaignt _.....,t. br General Sir Alexander Sposts-j JIS62.I Died December 31, 1SS6. Brig-

:.:. :3ne man, was 12 BO sere a liar.: seen forctc ta cnzrc-j .:; l tjI :"'1.::: z sn lad-in 'ie ir-tr >. Tit oliirr ; wood governor of \ and aster i: general, May 20, 1861. Winter wheat is now selling m

And here is anther rTareg.c.: A: :2.1X T"s.t": y i- = '- yier tie i'ad w re buri -. under of tit: only: American orderof M. L Smith, November 4 1S62. 'change in Chicago for 1.04 1an!!

: l. wier:? wieat TIS scTrn son kn : < the Knights of the1cHeiiy Died July 29. 1S66. Brigadier $1.05.
oleo in : reeeiilyen : was 5amd J.d :: as 'g" L5 ; ;-= '. general, y

f_ ia. w .ds iln v f T a g c :> :. TaL .l : : .y;.. .5t: !i iGT'' for tie use ci ;h3 colony of April 11, 1862.
_. '. uenran siisers and iron workers whoseeded .. The New York World compliment
r
., -5.1.'T ;i- N.r. : : I L ; a a.i.L Brigadier Generals
gent tae j. :.g n_ rz :G .
Close me t. Ci: s boy a frt7fL :: s s s : : ::':.-.:" :: -=. 5Ea. :" :s -l- a: tie village of Gcncania. Ta odure T.'. Brevard March 2_, Mr. John Temple Graves as a Letter

with hisconcai23ifcariae& ; assiti -;: La. -: : :--a., i.o11 :2., :.1. : :c-- Tj Gev racsr Spottswood belongs the:, Ij;5. Died June 20, 1SS2. writer.

for r : : :. irsc iron, fura&ee in A .. the Owing to the illness of Senate
the anna and "..tau of tisepoaocisej L_ "' i-6. :"" :jcl. 7".tt:1 a.:6 :: \V. G. M. Davis November 4, 1862.
-"I i-t e.n.rZi : worksite hating been secured for Trammel the state life insurance bill
"bcl1 a reasarka jrol thctiatt : =- TLQ.r-- :: ':L : : : -e- Died March 12, 1S98.

toes, ass the pemf cr.am .Q : : ;.t l ; --iio L':1l'i. ".n.. H'TT cj Queen Anae a; the request of Joseph Finegan, April 5, 1862. Died has gone over until Monday.The .

"'1.tr i.. = J'T- w r: :Baron De Gra3feareiti, who had visited I October 29 1885.
was grantee. Bat it was .e-k.'aLWI
their asctsiars, people of Zz : : : ':k :-L.-Zt"-d. .lt !"o: uJ. : atpottswxwi on his way from : J. J. Finley November 16, 1863. person of the public primer 4'{1l

foreszht, :eye: = t at i 41 eests cfe fissre ise? see cf- : ': :=tsri :i.! ;'Es t aQcx early 1 Georgia to England, after ie Indians j Died March 6, 1&04.j Florida is almost as sacred as a con .

'l .L.1: 78 :tjlJ J lead made :: too warm for JiSL Colo-f gressman. Neither are subject to ar-
gr.ehiid.-en, acid these tchIS : fur aay feope T-r csassasssrs w-I _s=sXeasrr = .m j James McIntosh January 24, 18G2.Killed .

reD wtne Gn&ic so PR OB tft- ar- j r : rwrj r :t :: oJti. .' i Ts J"1.1i" :lei Byrd of Weacover. makes men !i at Pea Ridge May 7, 1862.

'. !.i have ass : ed aJ titr way Xes- ;don. of the church and Use "castle" !; William rest.The
It was too smli for there passed ts= eearse af ritr'a Miller August 2, 1864. ,
', 5aa r.t 'snfas is 3f Else go'l mor. In his writing he al- next time George P. Rowel!
Aad sow let as see what 1Iachi-:re tsiCd lug : 4i. JK tc G.: was. ; E. A. Perry August 28, 1862. Died

.' raid says of the Swiss, for the laaer-] tea I tkC WO 12f : : r'i :1 'lei $1j 10 eifs! of the wonderful pter- as s j!1 October 15, 1889. visits Florida he will not only see

... ,simas that ais wife had rocks but will see snakes and other
.; uz-q auiL excellfencv's j
Francis
A.
,.' also according to the legends, passedl:1 preas Ctrl m tarp Shoup, September 12,
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a T-n..1L. in L maksg from England at great "%-i things.A .
162.
& Died
ant
for giants aad if we were to taxe, at cents rrQf" tir I September 2, 1896.
the testimony of the pictures their:r :''have eogrrsaoGsly lees. -?** : 4 g A.TT is75 ;e ir2fi5" apart fear'Saa ::pea3e i sad hSDw OB* of these was bro.l f bmiam S. Walker. October 30, late special from
: Fraseaee- tie Mafeag bceadarj ken 37 a deer which wondered in-t Washingtonsays
stature was herculesn. After havirg -; 1 the pro&Ker was easssc s.profits jet :IIS62. Died June 7. 1899. that the
E rrg< Anfrad tnesfe agread farms ':} the drawing rAm and was moved public printer is closely
f: :. celebrated the valor of the S wt'>'] oar of tie bosjaess >BTHE be I -- guarded. He is not unprotected in
1 asaiEit streak alack T2isiria vaere tfetzzgir !a t hs rw@ rtt'tiom.
"up a escee sglT
troops who fought ia Italy in his: A this state either.
Virginia
th met the lulian t sn y were?P brd or of very bad mana 2'.Jf..t W t3e arta ;t cTrTJaanoa as CEnter eaarch of X!w Raven. I Princess .

r al little men. dirty and ugly" History .4 cf his farms. Saraasai Xa n SaresReview. w-i as tae arscics of faiJa. WteiawzZs C.94n was boilt fyhfc ptrtcripal Virginia and indeed the whole&Jath. The senate committee holds the negro

]' 6&pita11.e- goeaj sad we&ry lass in lM-, where ttyie4: *(.?* UIf1I, baa contributed quite its full!
mar perhaps be right in deelaring -, troops responsible for the "sboot-
'. that the battle of Mari nan was a'ccmbsi I travelers fe zad welcome as heartj as legttimat cnrr ct :/, acid wh n thfcj I quota of brilliant writers to the galthey up" at Brownville Texas. Now watch t

t' and an eatertalajBeas as good as. drama ealk4 rhk fa/xira fcsr \ of American Immortals. It is i inKTfcfctins
. of giants, but the combatants W.J.= V ": NS TO G,7-E= IN r&at-j Foraker spit fire. g

; :is f ': wer not .. ntic. So ouch for the I RIChYCS7C tC=t.yth. iaj cSesi by aa od worM aesptce.' SSc u aad e-vyt-vA &** lug ww < to note that during the for- I

r, ,r.: / ; 1fan. Xew York Eaads an the, iii wait la. MT'X ;utr: *frffr f'rf .whit* !, fy 5?*.fU'M of its history, Llppincott's What has become
stature cf our a. :. Now. as to I.tteir 1 I. I of Senator Hum
:Special t oche Ocaa Bcl er. s of a dsapei bQfe by Peter Scsy-[ptewehed Wilms tir.rrkx. a. tAAli t,C I fa dQl bun brought out the first offering phries' prohibition bill?
. strecgth, we have no other> I The session
t-r : proof beyond the weight of the equip-i!| Eknmond Va May s-ne ser-' sew L ie ast of the Dates gfyera-i: stem rxlgErxta hrtitMirma, wW, Ire i ihe of a large number of Southern is drawing nearly to its close and it

{. of enteeth reunion of the United Cot t- ors The Chsrefc of he 'f'anara : t:1oL roimtT tf b6.ff.ttia ra&j1Rib 'h i I writs r!. And now-Issued most has not
Iritt the of yet come for
men arms. "What 1 up settlement. r ..
I. t enormous strength they must havepossessed :]i federate Veterans will be odd m. t dear to the world of player foDt:<:Cromwell wiffli fM FldkfturrltHithpla8ted i *Mjr<'0riatfy| while the Jamestown !

; ; to be able to move about,1leaded 1 this city Thursday asomntg The <'axe Little Cssrefe Arossd the;aCorner. .M :1Jf.IT. lit (4f'Ur 1" I e.rt atiha 'M( anew calling attention The newspapers of the country are

t. with meui1* So say the m.l i i IcrowM of visitors is eipeeted to be ." Is a low Gothic tssilejEg in IL lgIaruf. Hrhb was tta best mat fh rb! itii which our whole land ,, very much agitated over that "black

t the lot just nt PSh avenue ont n mggestM tif+ ,J Yaik ',WI I \tt VJr1lfda-t.JQlf' Miss!
". zaeeat boar eis. who on Safidays.1 1 largest ever entenaiaed in BiehJ i| 4i f'hf'l 1I Katepum horse" threatened by Editor Watter-

'. Talk though the kills of the Hotel';'mond. The unveilins of moannnents, -!TweatT-sinch. street and is reached Ike, gtvfq tvAM !. f/,1 f b.t f"IiJJ'N 11''I''U: "A Princess son of the Louisville Courier-Journal.

des 1.n1iGes.Our soldiers of the1;1 to Je ers Davis and General Smart by a Iych-gate thaI open ia a coon petcal vj&i u s fje t J f..iM 14 t "t VSI'
h pdEBelit throes wod faint under such|:j are features of added interest to the shaded with great treeS- Many years fiver or KivfA &&xtf li trsed ttsaap4(I ttUwmn imt-Hf conrppllon, this Frederick A. Burnham indicted for

.- Srarfttll barMlens. j!J reunion program. And the fact that ago Joseph Jefferson went to the past! ever sia** la -&* ff r+r IA ,. i j aptly hriiir tiiny' in nvi- acts deals l grand larceny and forgery, has tendered

: Now ia tie first place the harness1ct ;(1 the Jamestown exposition is within;; tar: of a famous Madison avenae1! rectors or pta x 'ITh f+k J I ttp, Vrrrahanta:", fuilf-, Smith Pow- his resignation of the presidency -

the kaishts was very much 'easy reach of Richmond will result ::chorea and asked his services for the 1 ai davdi was t f..iR fuJ I hataa and bttrtt n IK lure to be I I of the Mutual Life Insurance Com

funeral of George Holland, the TeterU1 -greatest ymjRifJs7 tfjf tff: .Utc4 pry ft ft/.fdhiw
,. y. than it was supposed to have been,I ia a largely increased attendance .tIS. IJ.M rontribution to the pany.

':' t _.' AccorvLas to one of tte catalogues ofthe .,the rem. !Ian. actor who had just died. The here were wappntrryt -ti4 tjf'fMfJ I L tJtittlitlUI of fhft otith.. written as it I' _

\ ilaseum of Artillery the weight Hundreds of grey-dad veterans'. haughty clergyman refused but sag-; W1al@y and G, tan r tp f 1 lu. t,. a VlfElalan, The cover con A monument has been erected to

>. cf the complete armor did not as a:have already reached the city. and;;gestel that they might be aecommo-: -' :dated at "toe little church around the; rule, exceed fifty pounds and lass the playing of martial music is to bet i; st t4fr was one of the heroes in the Spanish-
corner.: To his church Jeffersoa came te dwell in tbr trfevb CM 4 NmpJlff novel
raeeh as those who wore it were;heard throughout the business see- ; IUfJMthe I by Frank Danby, American war being the first man t1-

E= ,, 1' it was the horse that had'.lion of the city. It is roughly estimated went tie rector officiated at the fu-I church a p ae* l>{*, IJUhJ tltl- r7tt ;knee r!orios by writers of na- meet death in that conflict.
ne-al. and sirce then the weddings:'l tew, about whom tMt' tnntt;
to bear the greatest pan of the fa- that at least ISO.Ow visitors aver Iittwsv' ; reputation, and a full compli- ,

. tae.. ,- ; will be here by the time the convention -#|and tuprsnu and funerals of the peo-h ft air of mystery. s ltd watt ptptaio- RW of articles, poems and humor, The Atlanta Constitution remarks

But why has this legend become so
.r' thoroughly rooted in the mind of the;' The exercises will be opened atj I when held at this quaint and demo-; than John Dir.!. thee third r fCi. of I..ippifttott'-the June issue. Over flu too many whiskers to be presi- i
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public? We might content ourselves.9:30 o'clock in the morning Bad roe 'cratic church. ;j jj cide. When the present editor _am J It' ltgP.lII. dent. The candidate for the White

with the convection will be called to order by j Washington D. C. is rich in his-M t erected in 1814, it was nr e<***ary to House
simple reply, because it is a | generally gets there by a close
General |Loa cbun or those in which the t extend It over the While
,. 3 standing the Virginia division. In''!'great peogle of the nation have gath-h i there are now 139 graves in the, never forget that you
prepared for the are a
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of error and the crowd advances recepttaa !}the afternoon will come the big pa-j ered. The oldest one near the city is]crypt among the mbeing that of Benedict YJ ortd Ian. Every Floridian shonld The house bill appropriating 3570-
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rode and the [known as St. Paul's of Back Creek l Arnold's first wife. The
toward an absurdity just as a duck|! unveiling of the Stuart! ; com praise every Florida town. 000 for the four educational institu-
|'statue. i Parish. It was built in 1719 of brick i munion service, still in use was given tions
goes to a pocd. But it must be said I | of the state passed the senate
r \ that [brought from England, and tbe oldj t by Queen Anne. Mr. W. I{. Cleveland of St. with
Petersburg
humanity, ) only one
contrary to tbe laws dissenting vote, that of
I A Last Stand
wails still
are retained the ,
by proud I formerly
:: of this city, is in Tampa Senator
optics, has .a tendency to enlarge j i i iDou't Cone of Lake City.
: !|worshippers though it was remodeled Fray Extriert and is
s everything that is far off. and to belittle you think the Newriches; j j trying to nuke arrange ;

.c :' that which is clcse by. I- ti3et I live too much silver at their tune-[forty ears ago. Very old graves are 1 "Do you think a game of kissing Is meats to have a factory established Editor Paulino S. Precidio editor j
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:ticns" i there and one of the old headstones[a conedy?" asked the bashful fa that city to manufacture of
ivelyre are disposed to lift our young his i improved a Mexican newspaper testified be- _.
an-j let them show |is pitted with minnnie balls. ChristChurch i i. automobile
asters cpcn the backs cf oar coaitemporaries. I I)0 there mme-!' appliance. fore the senate Brownsville investigating -

Even Hamer, speaking, thing about them which has polish." near the navy yard is the I "No indeed" replied the pretty committee that he saw Na-

', cf the athletic gases that took place!Baltimore -etican.i ":!1 inert oldest having been built in 1773,|I girl; 1 think it is an opera." United States Judge Charles Uous. a Brownsville citizen killed by
five years before the !
after the death: of Patroclas, refers i i! i; government took I' "An opera And whyr Swayae has issued an order requiring a negro soldier.
of
to the strength cf the ancients and'Adam .J Et' lator John Beard win be a.charge the national capital Prssj -: "Because it is always grtfid." the trustees of the I. I. fund to

,' is :candidate j[idents JeSerscn and Madison attended -I And then he got the L. pay Secretary Oscar Strauss of
probably the only nan who., far the United Sates sen- | Chicago & N. railroad the sum of |251102.35. tie department
: services there and ,
has :ot boasted of his Jl stors. i!j ate against Stephen K. Mallory, cur i! pew No. 1 was' :News. of commerce and labor, put \ .
!given President Mcnroearten I a detective
he
But let ns conclude by saying that' present senator He will make a rigorous "* at work to watch the i

if our grandfathers: were to come back I canvass cf the state and the Mane i into cice. He and his fanj -J South Jacksonville is now a city.ard The board of county commissioners treatment of immigrants as they land- /*
ily are said to have '
ed
to t1 world again. and by reason;I
of the military laws, were obliged to his leading plea. i!|congressional services almost tnrean every Snnday. Tiejj i, 1 her first nayor. a mile of oil and sand roads for the they are better treated than ever.
ground
pass before the council of reTWOl.man I jobs I i purpose cf an experiment. I
this and heie lie I I
I many :el who The supreme court of the state ofOMo Governor Browanl has
) among then wccld be W. F. reinstated
ted
rep Coachman, W. J. H U:TTST? and!have been roI.il;:: in the James
legislative has haadeil W.
en account of their small 'J. dows a. decision that Rev. Dr. Perkins, solicitor of the
SU w e. A. Cranford have sold to the Bradley and executive affairs of William J. Long of sum-
:And then if. on leaving the conncil Fertilizer Company ci Boston 1000 ?,- tie:. the na 4 church property used for other parposes foal Conn, says that President Roos criminal court of record of Yolusia

..c i they should enter any gymnasium acres of J Call chsrcbes: is subject to taxation velt knows e- county, why was removed front office .J I
phosphate lads near Old Sonth nothing about animals but :
church In .
Boston
; : they would in all probability te rna Bartow for JSOO.OOO. bnil in was aid neat te placed on the tatlocks. to kill them. lie says the December. 1903, on account of fait
l : 1S70 an4 the present edifce 1 president ure to prosecute
alleged
i U sot a naturalist. electlca
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)Red Rock Has Blazed Its Way to 1 . . . .
Y'FISHEL.S :;;.. . : . . : ; QI.onsloI5: 0: tae speecia; oars: uu + 1
Popularity.That r tai aLe:;j was awakened by a li;-iiC :-,ui.a..

Red Reck Ginger Ale must bt WHEN BESSIE SLo sy-jiig to pere.'t: vri-j .. ,-:
DIREST, FROM OUR DISTILLERY 1
I, alarm, butaa reassured oa _.. : -
good there can he no denying as ,
0 .If Joel's: !iL ly face. j

Monday Sale since it was originated only :a few I MOVED. : "I found 'eni abut se.t.e .?:: ::..:1--; .' .:."

>gars ago the sales of it have grown; I explained: "It seems tL..i t_- -.' & 1 1 ;
I j. :
s rrom) dozens and cases to the enor-i ; ,, tipped over turning: out f'-: ..:. :.. W. Ln' D.ALE
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Y& V\.l thoU sum of 12.000.wO bottles for __e i|I !, By V..R'C--. 2t. ,i' team. Your ma broke her ie. ;.1:,,' :_ ... b i -

past! year. There are now four I -I j-% took her into Deaae'a aul act :;. '*':...,..

June 3rd, in :arge plants engaged in turning out t Cup.i iiJ.\ ,,. .V/r, (','j Marie: ..-'".... .4-j! cave: been so busy with t"ld'J.l t:, 4

(the 5 & lOc) I this delightful beverage. It is a gin-I ; : :-:-: : : :.:":.: : : : :..: : :': : :.:-:-:..;;. i blcs tiuit they never thuuiat! tLit:: y .
- Orirlnall I night be worrying and d.il u<. : -, ad
Store ; ger ale with distinctive and
Bessie sat wIth her face the I
against:
anyone oa to tell you. It's all: r. _.,.t.though. .
I features. First, the color which is I pane of the :ontli window. Ever since I and your na: sari net t', v-jr.

Large SizeBOILERS like the orange, gives it an att'acti\'e-I'' the ;::ltherin;; .lusk of the winter :1ft,1"1 ry. She'll be la shape to n.v.. i:. tae WUSHEY

ness not aproached by I noon had settled: down she had watch.I I morning, and they'll brin; h--r -c. j ..

The chief distinctiveness, however II' j ed the road for signs of the team. Two I bere"

is best realized in the drinking. !II -Pr/r via:" Bessie said softly.! "3u
and of the toads had and The
I' come gone. M r ALL
A great many soft drinks are con.: last should have started only an hour I I'm glad to know that It's only : ia.t ,. ?3EMPRESS I
I Instead instead of of tL: h rriWe -
j isidered !iI some ? "
I by prominent physicians : or so after the others yet it was nearly "
SAUCEPANS2Oota I i I things I was thl kin?. D-I
!: harmful to the system. In this regard -! 9 o'clock and the familiar form had not. "I thought you'd sleep be-:->r if y 'u JFtt4 Qrs.i g Ir'W; PREPAID[ I

: : Red Rock differs from them, as.I
j' i pot in appearance. I knew just; whit the mittl'1" !>*> .-...- : '
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>er.'l us 5-. 'in w? *\.l slr'n. .' ;- :\ 3. p nn
it is recommennded by some of the ;| Then a knock at the door startled smiled. C'-r- ., ..'.: v.o c'.jrks t.) "-I.: .;; Cl':... ',> r.t\i;. < ,

: leading physicians of the county for I her, and she cowered into the darkness. "Sleep?" she repeated. "I mltv; .. .::- d WfLLOVDAL t: RYE, ex; r, ", : ..

its health giving qualities.Red I hoping that The intruder, whoever it tonight" a' !r Tn .: an-i if yon tod't liuJ it ail r' :.: .: t'.e:

Rock is responsible to a great I "Yes you can" he lni..-.-.,l, :'n. .o--: ,u. ever; usted._send it back t" ..: <.: cRexenl.et '._'".,
be would become tired and .
i might go
.itui *.2. ., will be _. ". .. ..
'I to the t." r\: 1 -. n.-n-e vcur ;) prom Jy ;
going over put up .
for down the
extent tearing popular!
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Instead, the knocking continued .
away. 1,11 t Hi.t a : .ir ofier?
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Not evethree I'll back and sit b-r- ?" -
to a belief that foreign: brands!! : of ginger!> and presently: there was a gust of I come we are distillers so v.bt.-; ; ." .
I I You set a bed fixed up and I'll:: Wyou'n ;\::.:. : ,
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Customer i ale are superior: to the dos tC ar- ,i cold\ air a: tte ,loor was thrown open. i 1'(9 ,.f- from t:; you save the enormous profit >: i: .. ..-
1!i sleep. s ;1\1 h i "J ers and 2oM all change of a. uItera; Oi. Va!' :
title.i It could not 'iw the folks. They were He true fir nfrtrlie! 'Itl U' 't" .
was a prophet. 1: i.i J s-.ire cf getting our whiskey Just as it roour ::*-- '-< ":

i The Red Rock people; arc great be- cot i i", fr.m the south. It must be aThi ; 1 fca'I won from hm a half pnvn:"e fi.'t: .1'I U- !I ". -... ..._. ; '_-iri. distillerwithout, being Uraperr,I i.:1: ... ..

GRAHAMVILLE GLEANINGS. jlievers! in advertising- A ;hortinge tuillti.! lie would not sit up all night !-' vnt r.'...... '..'t'-r.i p,'.,'rl V'iV._ .

:taro a large contract was placed: with furnii'ire! was still; p.led m tb; t') ber room, :and exhatite by th! > ..' : v : : t'r fcurfulhauarrtsofourALLANSINCLAiR'SCORNWil If yoa prefer corn wn:
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.Itbe. Banner their a.vertilug t > *i foreign to her usual pii-- .1 <> !
: Ocala i.s
ial ? :
'< correspondence Ocala Bannerlbs !
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\: eou'-r of the: ro>;m.: ana there was: no y :tt,- ";.!b KYfor52.80espr: 55prep : and the.r attractive schtd'.e: '! U '." Annie! Davis a charmiag soI. liii :r pi!: v Nj'.ve the g-v.-it outboard A corn y
The soft black of the win---1' .:1- "
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now running in this paper to -hcn thit had :bf.iu Grandma Bailey's.: Softly : -: ..a X auprice.: .
t "Y 1 I.'i;; Ocala, was in our vil ,'nl l was turning to the gray of da" ': w1L:; n .: :-: : Cur': cc.irar.tee:; cf perfect: satisfaction: or money
we would cali tie especial a'te'nn
l the stole; across the room, but was she roused herself and stare il'r:'>' v Yoa
last: rrceitiythe guest of Miss So- .y 'J rcfun'le-1 .'-r vvitlievery kipmentwemake.
of our readers.; I i iI ij iI| just (,on._ealm, !herself when a man en- for a moment at the unf.imi'.i.-ir\! n'.'ir1! .! fl-1 J..r P'" run no risk when you deal with us as the owner

lilia H.1!. I The Carmichael & Son Company': tre i carrykig I ; a lantern. 1TeilJillgy i|i Then recollection return. :iM -'.P I .." W.... : ;wrJiYfT&Etw ,: of our c.Tantihave. resources. of a million dollars

Mr. ant Mrs. E. L are the wholesale distributors i for and cry ,' I, ;_!i -J .'1M._'!j v.:11 ii-> cictl. as the ::.d\ .
Milla:: ua/e as she obeyed his comj I Ill supped on a wrapper J" ; / 'je': ;

their gue t? Mr. Mil.-' mother Mrs. 'the, Ocala territory. I' m: : I to aloe out and stood facing stairs.A K [IV M"+CUP, ;A ,J' THE SWIFT CREEK DISTILLING CO.,
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i light was burning in th*: -i: : ;) QI .; ; MACON. GA.
hit There! : terrible'
:! "vas noth.ag very 1
(.Y>:unions Mills:: and ur !hale daughr f IA Variety and Multiplicity cf Courts;; about his appearance. He was mutfied room and Joel sat reading. H''rang: : w ':'f:..-' Owner of Registered Dutillery Na 29.. Sift Creek Ca.

: Tessie, of .Miami. 'j Live Oak has a criminal court of, no; at her approach with a ,"ht'.ry '-.("'fm ? f" ".., .
i : up to his eyes in coats and scarf, but a;
jOod
) Miss Nettie Lisk, the charming record. That place has all the symp-,; the eyes wer> frank and kindly and morning .
"I: not to
I thought yon were going -- - -----
dahter of Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Lisk. turns: of being a city.-Tampa Trib-'j there was a twinkle suggestive; of fun. I
I I I sit up all night, she reproachPd."I The national t.iituriai:: as: .) ,)n1CAN'T Ii i WAIT UNTIL
une. i ive au account of yourself, he de- ,
will be one of the lbv graduatesfrom I II thought night wake in the
you : up
IS
the Florida Female Couege atTallahassee. I A mayor's court justice of the peace j mauded. "Trying to steal the house" ,I night and be scared." he confessed. will meet at Jam-:.',;tovui. Mondays. I IT FINISHED
June l"th. President Theodore "
Roose
"We in she cried indis- -
are moving ,
j court. county judge's court circuit I "Now I'm going over to make some
I! aantly. "I came on with the first load velt will address this distinguishedbody. People Flocking Along the New Ex.
attended the,: court county commissioners court,!! i coffee> and bring;: it over. It won't take ; I
Your correspondennt I j I and mother and father were to be herewith long." iHe i On Thursday, June 13, Hon. tension in Batallions
,: Live Oak, for a "dry" county, seems ; very
exercises of
uinmencement the amply i i provided for in the way of;i the last They have not arrived was out of the room with the i John Temple Graves of the Georgianwill When the East Coast railroad was
Ocala High School at the Baptistj i I don't know what can be keeping -
yet
same alert step fiat had marked hs ; deliver an address before the as
( courts. Why so many courts where j first completed to .
i Homestead and later
church in Ocala Friday evening. 1 abound?Ocala them. I am Bessie Lyford, she I carriage the night before. There was sociation. W. E. Pabor of FIdrMa
does not
Tbe "sweet girl graduates," the(}wickedness iBanner. ftd-'ea as an afterthought I no trace of weariness hi his stride! j will deliver the annual poem. This to Jewfish Creek an occasional

men who j i| And I'm Joel Ware.:" he Introduced. f thong bone in his body ached. \ train
\ouag" graduated and the every body will be in session from the 10thto passenger was sent down to accommodate -
students i Possibly the cum'to fcf-e responsible;1 "J just got back from town and saw He was soon back with a breakfast, :
other who ;
participated in the 18th. Mr. C. L. Bittinger of this sightseers. Later it was _
for the fact that ''wickedness does: the iigliU.: I did not know that the and Ms' time Bessie had the table pre- ;
the exercises cf the evening covered city is on the executive committee, found necessary to inaugurate a daily
In and"came
i I not abound" here. Then it may be; new owners were moving pare L"You'll 1
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themselves with sweet bouquets in 1 and will leave today to help in making passenger schedule to accommodatethe
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: if in the house. '
to see tramps
over were folks din-
is
that "Live Oak for a dry count} have your here by ;
their orations, recitations, essays,'I peopled by law abiding citizens au3 I live across the way." ner time" he said as he gathered u? arrangements fcr tt {U meeting. ; hun4reds of settlers pouring into

rungs and music. I for that reason "wickedness does not ;1 "1 have been here since 11." she said. I the dishes. "I guess this ends our I that distriet; -

Mr. John Calvin Haile and Mr. Jas. "'W'e1 kts moving! over from Groton. I f I -
J picnic. A f"*
"Our little had days
; abound." Let the reason be what it' I boy eczema for five ago the company again
bore went up to the county seat Monday was to' show. the men where to put the "I'm ," she confessed; softly I "
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i| it is an acknowledged fact. not I sorry I years, write N. A. Adams Henrietta yielded to the dem rid :and now there
to do some trading.Mr. 'I may, things. The last load W'ent-ol. years "You have been good to we.'
I'_ very ; Pa. "Two of our home doctors said .
are two trains each day
passenger
only by Hon. Frank Harris but by ev- !" going
L. M. Graham Gra- ago "Just neighborly he said awkward-
represented the case was faogciss*.. his lungs being
\ err person whe. is acquainted with "And you've been sitting here since : !r. '! to affected doctors down Into the growing section.
bamville in Ocala Tuesday. ; was glad help oat, though We then employed other
t the facts that "wickedness does not: then watching for j'odr folks" he said i it'* going to seem: pretty lonely over but nj benefits resulted. By Hundreds of settlers have already

\ :Mr. Fred Welhorner, who is with i abound" in Suwannee county as itj: looking at the chair by the window. 't at my house now. A woman sitting chance we read about Electric Bitters,, located and hundreds of others are investigating
bought a. bottle and noticed improvement -
soon
? the Wilson Cypress Company at 'I'
does in some other counties in this :; "Had your supper? across the table does give one :an ap- We confJpaed this medi- I : ; the country.
Green Cove Springs, is home with his "I had cold lunch" she said indif "
a
used
( state we might name.-Live Oak petite. cine until several bottles were As soon u the railroad reached
( diShh WII nHnn Cosnnn .L. L.nL. : ; terp1t1r.The kitchen thingS are on i I "You should get married. she scg. when our boy wan completely cured. I Metacombe wise specualtors secured
Democrat. Best of all blood medicines and
body
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family for a few days. I the last load. | Bested, with a blush. i j
I I"I'll
Wickedness is something like the : building health tonics. Guaranteed at possession of a tract of land and began -
I. Dr. B. F. Lisk went to Oxford Monday i, bring something over he de-I "I'm going to," was the straightforward ; Tydings & Co's. drug s or._ 50c. I:1
in boom days in pioneer buiding cottages. ::
was
mosquito i clareJ"I haven't had .
: and returned Tuesday.f my supper yet I answer, "Just as soon as it's poj j
I times-he was always found somewhere He out and Bessie As the road comes further south,
f and Mrs. Brince Griggs paid slipped sank into I lite to propose to yoa that Is, if you'll :! The Honduras Lottery Company
I else. We do not for a moment j the chair by the window to resume I have me." has surrendered. It pleads guilty to each key will have its little settlement

I Ocala a call Tuesday. believe that the population of Live ,: her watch. After awhile! he returned, "I'll say yes now if yon :ask me," she the charge of a New Orleans federal of prosperous farmers and by-

Milk and peaches go mighty good. Oak is any better nor any worse than and she went opt into the dining room, I promised. "I knew that I loved you !' 'grand jury and to prevent going to the time the road reaches Key West

I tell you.Owing I the popualtlon of other towns of the; where he was straightening;: out the when I watched you drive down the trial its officers have agreed to pay ''Monroe county will have added several -
i to a scarcity of hands the chairs. Thf steam of the hot coffee road last night and felt that you were i j. l
state. Human nature is about the i iI fines aggregating the sum of $300 ; thousand people to her popula-
lumber mill was compelled to close filled the room with its delicious odor going away from me. <
down for a few days. I same now as it always has been. and I and for the first time she realized that "I beat you"' he exulted "I knew ; I'!i)>00. So this great gambling game, I tion.J .

we do not suppose will ever reach'' she was hungry."I that you were the :girl for me the mo- i j'nent 'embracing millions. is now no more. J The soil on the keys is rich, and
The Ocklawaha river is vary low,
perfection, at Live Oak or any other;;i iI brought: mine, too" he explained."It'll you stepped out of that wardrobe I its only drawback in the past has
in fact lower than it has ever eeB.
I mundane place. But seriously speak-! ave time." I ." Since the fate of Abe Hummel and been lack of transportation facilities.I .

and the William Howard is having I ing, does the Democrat not believe S He drew up a chair, and presently .: Abe Ruef, people by the name of I I There is no doubt. in our mind that

bushels of trouble in navigating the t that we are afflicted with too many! she found herself chatting as she sipped A Chicken Fcr Him. i i.:Abraham are insisting upon the full 'I each of the larger keys on the chain

_. -J stream. We admire Leesburg's the coffee and munched the bte Once upon a time a youth who had '! '
I courts i ]name.-4 hnta Journal. I will have its magnificent hotel anda
pluck in the forming of a stock I cult Joel 1. she found kept bachelor commenced to navigate the sea of mat ;i
I I II Secretary Taft is put down as a number of beautiful winter residences -
company: to bring into use the upper! hall In the little farmhouse across fee I rimouy went to his father and said: !
j I A Fine Team : 'tariff revisionist.Mr. and the tourist who comes
in the several bonlor'I
Ocklawaha. way. summer he had "Father, who should be
The two Franks-Adams and Clark! hands helping him, but in the winterhe cay wife?" i south a few seasons beCce will find
A The small boy's pride. the Fourt
-4_ -would make a strong congressional ; lived by himself and was glad Theu the old nan smiled and said: W. N. Sheats gives notive in f opened up to him a country, the like
v of July is not far off. II |
team.-Lake City Index. enough to have neighbors asain. "Here are 100 chickens and a teas the: Tallahassee Sun that the Sunday lof which he has never seen, heard or

,, The ten day revival services at the I I ;i iI She almost forgot her troubles until of horses. Hitch up the horses load
Christian church here closed Sunday I Talk about handing out "hot ; the tray was depleted and Joel rose. the chickens into the wagon and wher-1 I I
of in
()fi account disappointment receiving key in this long line has: its
night.A ] roasts," we have seen nothing that ; "I'll take these things over to the ever you can find a man and his wife !i
cars. The picnic here was own peculiar attractions and
first class up-town restaurant in !will' compare with the compliments'the ;: hone" he said "and then come back. dwelling: stop and make inquiry as to ; the

Ocala would greatly please us. New York Packer pays to its rival j You won't be scared will you?' who is the boss. Wherever-yon- find a' jostponed for the same reason. tourist wiH not be satisfied until he

CHATTING CHUM. I in the field, the Xew York Produce | Bessie shook her head laughingly. woman rnnning things leave a chick- Florida has fallen in line with other has! enjoyed them all-Key West Cit.I .

News in its issue of May 25. It calls, Thfre was a certainty of movement i on. If you come to a place where tL-3 i i I izen.
Southern in knocking out
about Joel that induced confidence, and j man is in control, give him one of the'' states
SOUTH LAKE WEIR ITEMS its rival a dog. a scape-goat and a cur. I the bucket shops. Those Xew York i
she hordes.
as watched the light go up In his II i The Tmeis-Union has
; article
an on
I and a long string: of other adjectives. I j kltrben while he moved about at his I After seventy-nine chickens had been Cotton Exchange bears will have to i "

Special to the Ocala Banner: i After quoting the words of an indict.I work, the occasional silhouette againstthe di spo=ed of. says the San FranciscoChrmi'le. : hunt a new lamb pasture.Atlanta I the "death of factionalism, and yet

The north bound A. C. L train of i it claims is hanging I I Editor L'Enge says that in his veto
which he
ment overjthe light brought comfort to her. Then came to a house and Constitution.:

Thursday went up about six o'clock. editor of the pink paper in Missouri ; the light! went out again and she could I j made the usual inquiry. 'l I of the Jacksonville charter bill Governor

which delay was highly appreciate the Packer comments upon it I, see him striding through light snow I| "I'm the boss o' this ranch," said the A farmer at PanasoEkee realized I Broward could not forget that

\.. "iy some of our citizens. :as follows: "Awful language! Awful : tl 't had begun to fall. > man. + 312 It) from one acre of cabbage this i he was the member of a faction in

Mr. s.V.. Allen was a caller in to mallglnst; a human \b-- She looked up with a smile as he ] "Got to show me." Jacksonville.
charge
| eutt-ml. j So the wife was called, and she af ; reason. And yet there are people I
S'aaton un Tuesday. : : This puts to shame
lUg! And true armed who there is nothing in a ca ?e
"I was tempted to run across and i : her hnsband's assertion. say I TtatVernor's: ;
I. A mu.-ica'-e! and social! was given at t ;aildip.nen: -if any F'.or.da: : ed-, "Take whichever horse head. :Miami Metropolis.Mr. 1 mansion at
1e ; help: yen with the dishwashing, she I Fog want" Taiata-- .
and :Mrs. Adams on'' I fed in a hollow, is
.Ofrr.
Tie home <
the
Ii said. "I never thought or I should j was hoy' reply.
J Thursday evening. Lea: was greatly: i have offered to do so befre you left. S) the husband replied, "I'a take:: the and Mrs. George W. Errf I the WO:- : ever worked off osjw

l the Refreshments. i':(>.lir"'' younsr. cashins.! "I I do hay." Florida.asked :. : $25,000 e 13
enjoyed by guesrs. There are !STUPSS can my own chores, Kaverstraw, N. Y.. celebrate:: t.:v':.-
cunist; ,' of ice crt a::i and cake., fascinating ','. ;it/wi in XewYork City. : !he lau;Led l t a.k. "I was wondering1hrr i But the wife didn't like the hey sixtieth wedding anniversary; T- to ;- ,' he hole othGen.'M.

rvri. don't inaugurate; a crusade > it would Ill> to hitch: up and drive: :aor! =?. and ;:he called her husband IlQ ide er.-Lai-: j' Ildex.
rury
were ::: \\ hy day.. Mr. Burrs is the postmar ai
or. widowa back Grown way. I've get a fresh' and tad!" t I) bin. He returned and
picnicked One
So"h. pretty
A berry picking party against: the 'eal-L "I fvi'eve:: I'll take the that city and it seems to be a healthy .. '
teitii. cud if "(oil d T'. : iu:aj li'hne *g gray. : I Alexander's tary
sensation: -
secured a
U;
Bird Island! Thursday: an-1 = a rule creates a g?tr ; : tiorse.' .
oceupayon.The
I can find cut what's the matter. MemorL: a Confederate" [ be
; of th.s: delicious fruit. this : ::In a whole bevy 0: "
way
large v.aiulty down "Not "You'll'Snags
nneh. aid Missoori.
; :
: i'rr';:,!Lt ILV revolver over so you1w3nn read by who
feels
everyone an iter-
barbs Gates attended the : girls. No \viJow\-r: ors 'ifik? a cLc: .*'
:Mrs. young pretty \ feel safe I ca't suppose ien house has voted an appropriation -
i itbeir est in the stirring events of the civil
cummeucomont exercises of tit unmarried man seems able to escape you'll need it. Lilt it might! : Le a comfort of $15.)11 for a monument to be war.

ocala High: School and was accompanied .' bewitching wiles. The most : to feel that you had it." 'n Enelish.! erected at Cbleamauga to honor the

home ly her daughter, :Miss dignified: : and sedate fall an easy vic-j; "But it's: such a ion", old: drive." A Ru?
Inn, who attended this: school during i;; urn to tLelr; charms and Dan Cup j' i she: protested. i : !. mastered the English; language field. Frank Adams is recieving many

eternally busy. The South' "I guess a little snow won't hurt : 'i that all i its snbre! ::::s are r.s familiar tj fighting on that bloody bouquets from the state press far and #

r the past year. for I is kept widows. I I me or the team much" he laughed. : '1"Youli him! ; as are thosef the language of near, and he deserves every one !he
are being made < is the place for fascinating f : a former
Preparations 'tLeznr E. P. Johnson of Atlanta
few
friends
f I be worrying; till yon know : vras telling a : gets.-Tampa Tribune.
.xercises on Children's Day, suitable;! what the matter is. I'll bring in some : i.or: the Iii:Il(' :tes be encountered. switchman in the employ of the

f)r this pleasant occasion.Mr. I The Tallahassee Sun continues to ;, :wood for the stoves and then get ,"Y'l Lave: no niiny: saperfnous let- Southern Railway Company and who Mrs. Corey, the first wife of the t

and Mrs. GrofE have recently entertained be funny and facetious. It says that ; along." i I ter5 i I !Lie aiJ. "iliat when I began to lost his leg in an accident, is suing steel has
magnate, sold her
a relative from Ocala. Mrs./ Major Alexander St. Clair Abrams is j' He built up a roaring fire and then i''think: I was hero:::'tg a master of your .for 'lOOOOdamages.. cottage

Groff, we are sorry to report, had the I known everywhere on account of his j ,1 turned to Bessle. 'Ian.'!,!"" I succeeded ia having myself ;, where she and her husband passed

misfortune recently while en route toi two great works, entitled "Duels ij i "This is a sort of back road" beexplained. !hat giiel a: a dozen times a day. I began His friends are making preparations their honeymoon.

and "Me Choild "The tramps mostly hold l to learn Ectlish in Boston, its -: ,
I have her pocketbook appro- Have Not Fought | to make Governor Hoke Smith'sinaugural About twenty Florida
Ocala to are
"' works it j to the line of the railroad so don't American fortress.' One day while wafting : papers
( by someone on the train. Me Choild. These says | the most memorable in the using the same of "patent edi
priated worry. I'll be back as soon as I can." 'i with a friend I saw a street sSga. crop
Miss Myrtle Bishop is expected to have been translated into s teen dif-J1 She watched him drive out of the : 'Oh.' I said what a funny name for a [ 'history of Georgia. torial" items each week.-Lake City

arrive home in the near future. ferent languages and read in every ,1! yard presently, and as the well matched ; *street: Kneeland street:' I pronocne- ; Index.It .

Melon shipping will soon be the uncivilized country. It gives a picJ i J team sped down the road a sadden (?d the K. 'You're wrong,' said GT The Lake City Index says that the

1! :r.J order of the day. tore of the major with a duelling >! !sense of loneliness came over her. It fiend' 'You pronounce It "Neeland" :! :Fernandina Record thinks that the cost England, so historians say,

;, tol in each hand and a negro waiter, was: not quite the feeling she had ex1sperieneed street. The K is silent' I took the .Humphries prohibition amendmenthas several regiments and $!: ,OOO.OOoJ( a
with bot i before. That had the lesson' to heart Tee next day I went ; ;
\ In the Melon Deal.I running behind him cofeej. ] been received a cold battt year to keep Napoleon a prisoner at
]loneliness of solitnde. Now she! was: 'ito a restaurant I looked over the :

t I would like to contract: for a few.i' for two. I I ]lonely[ because: Ware had gone, and !3lU: of fare 'Give ce SOle "idney" St. Helena.
good We didn't think that a nan: with as
have
cars of long melons. I while! I][ said. Tha servitor locked !
. has been j! I even she cried softly to herself at me
Miss L-egie Blitch who J I.broad a mind as Knight of Citrus, oenator Buckman's bill for state
in the :
, aghast Finally in I
connections and am her heart glowed cs she reze=ibered desperation pointed i
market
u i for round melons also. I IJ :attending school in tiis city, has returned j LOT q:etly be had taken possession to tie record cf wtat I sea:tee ''Oh! .would have voted against the annual sid to county fairs found no encouragement -

J H. DOVE ALLISON: IL j to her home at Blitchton! for sal j had brought light Into the g'oois.! ]Sidseya: ; ,' he said. Txcuw aa,' I re- j,state fair-and he didn't.Tampa and went silently to its death

Lady Lake or Ocala.:>. ; the s nmer. I' She fell asleep after a tie and was

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DRAINAGE; 75E THE ISSUE The Gopher and His Uses -. -- -- ---- senate Tuesday. )
--- --- :!..,.
When a sandhill farmer trees a new
Governor Broward Will Make Another gopher hole in his pea patch and a CO. With some democrats now ftt is anything -
Insurance I but it is nV annoying -
Canvass of the State, and Urge quarter of an inch of vines eaten off Florida Life ( to beat Bryan, *

the Continuance of This is apt to forget that Noah's arc tie: Npbraskan.
the i
Great Measure was built of gopher wood, that the gopher -- -
I can; nit
The following telegram to the has been used as a medium of Our turpentine operators
I-I Office( Jacksonville li I3. boxes on lands secured by
Tampa News from Tallahassee will exchange in Pensacola and St. Augustine on1C- no tore
listed
and that its scientific name Is tax kfds unless the same are
lJe interesting to Floridians: e
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testudo polyphemus. lie is more apt and taxes are paid thereon.A

':. He"Governor has been Brflwar expressing's dander himself.is up.He to cuss the "darn critter." and wish Oapijd $1,000,000.00 I ) c ) ) ) ) ) ) :) _. _.__h
t the senate )
there were no "sich" in the world. I resolution was passed by .
.. proposes to have an extra session of "
.;' Very few gophers are ever eaten nowadays -'-- --- --- giving the appropriation and f"\
y: the )c'giglatur(1-lat not until he has ---..-- -
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the principal use for the animal vnnv bill precedence over all oth""r" -.
r \ tad a chance to commune with theo II
being to turn it on its back in I ,-i It will be )passed before adjoii'-n ;
: people. 1-
dry weather in order to induce rain. 1I lta'..t.
"The governor was heard to deliver ,
This procedure is said to be almostas I I II .
'J
P himself to a knot of listeners recentlyto i I :
I does not seem to have i
effcacious as to hang a dead snake Anna Gould
the effect that It certain acts i in
: ;
on the fence. If that senate bill is ? a monopoly of the matrimonial infelicities t
the interest of I the people are not en I / ,
anything but a joke it can rank among and experiences of the Gould'
= : acted by this -islature! ; t*>, will, 1m- I i STATEMENT OF BUSINESS I ""
mediareiv1,1011 the adjournment of "Colonel Bunker's" bill to prohibit family. George seems to have hail ",

bricks being tied to mules tails to his share, but it looks like George is ?,
the present body begin a campaign -
.' keep them from braying.-Starke not so much sinned about as sinning.; r.
throughout the state to arouse the i Twelve Months
Telegraph.The Issued During the First ,
people to the m tesslty of such legis
"" lation. gopher }is the leanest and i I II Senator Massey's bill taxing rail-

most harmless of animals. He is a road property ten dollars for each .
"By such 1-gl;:i tlon, it is presumed !
--
---
"; the meant drainage and gras eating animal entirely and his I --- .. mile of track passed the house Tues ,
governor
---- I I
franchise tax. meat as a savory dish should be prized ,i day by a vote of 59 to 1, and Tram- J
,:
more highly than it Is. I'f
increased
mell's resolution favoring
ucceeded in educating
"Wb<:D be has !
," the people brf' means of the threatened ; May and June, 1906. $103,500.00 powers for the interstate railroad ;',
READY FOR HART-SNRECK BOUT I I It ;
campaign, the governor says he t I commission was passed. Harris'board V
I of health bill passed the sentf .,
will have the people in the various
; Special to Ocala Banner: I Sir.:; ooo.oo i iJ
r : counties instruct their senators and t July and August ? the same dayClark's labor contra -
Tonopah, Nev. May 29.-All arrangeraents J I '
representatives and he will then call I ct bill was amended and passed.A .
ii: ,.
F an extra session which* will do some are completed here for

thing. the finish fight here tomorrow afternoon I September and October! $286,500 I Quaker Whiskey Cure '

.
---- ---- between: Mike Shreck of Cincinnati I William Penn was once urging a :
l: '
s INDIANAPOLIS ARRANGEMENTSCOMPLETED and Marvin Hart of Louisville. I man he knew to stop drinking to excess
Delegations of sporting men are already : I November and December. $413,000.00 !
I I when the man suddenly asked: ii j ji
beginning to put in an appearance ,
Special to the Oi.Ja; Banner: and the club expects a large ; I i i "Can you tell me of an easy way 'J,
$571,000.00
Indianapolis Ind., May 29.-Everything January and February 1907. i ;
'j I crowd at the ringside. Both fighters I, to do it?
i is in rf'adinf'8 for the reception : )
I have completed their work of prepare I ? "Yes," replied Penn, readily; "it } <4- ;
of President Roosevelt who is du I ation and each expresses: confidencein $703,000.00 41'
: just as as to thy hand, -
easy open
to arrive here tomorrow morning. March and
his ability to win the battle. April. friend." t ;
Thousands of persons from all over
: "Convince me of that," the man ex- i L
I -
.. I f'iana are coming to see the president TO KEEP LEGISLATORRS' HANDS
I claimed, "and I will promise upon ni>- t;
and I tlv outpouring tomorrow CLEAN
will be : The streets I honor to do as you tell me." !'i
very great. over 45,000.boNOTHING t
which the president will travel havf Special to Ocala Banner i I i f ToW. $ ,1,1I ,1I "Well, my friend," Penn answered, _

been: decorated lavishly.The Washington, D. C. May 2&.-Bids I II ,1I, "whenever thee finds a glass of liquor kin
I
president will be received bya were opened today for towels to dry[ thy hand open thy hand before tht t
I I
large reception committee, who will ; the l legislators' hands during the com-j I I glass touches thy lips, and thee will!

,; escort him to the home of Vice President -' ing session cf congress. It is an items i i I II never drink to excess again." I-ii..

Fairbanks, where luncheon i of considerable expense to Uncle ;; The man was so struck by the simplicity i

to be served. Then will come the review Sam. In onfmonh ].ar winter the !, ,, ... -- --- .. ---.-- of the great Quaker's advice t!"
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i.. of the military parade and the members all 2.t.acnf'og of :!fnatfand';' .-_ -...- - - that he followed it and reformed ti
: Lawton unveiling: exercises. In the house used .>:2,;ll' hand: 'awfs; and I Minneapolis Journal. ,''

; parade will be too batailions and one ,', HIT; '-a?h rowels.: a grand tai! ** more fully demonstrates the fact that the citizens of Florida appreciate I t,

battery of the regular army, and several :Tii*. It ecsr rr.or-s than i-'.n *'-, N One distinguished Floridian wa t"
I that in THE FLORIDA LIFE they can secure Insurance That Insures at an I
detachments of the Indiana National this of :
laundry nai-o e r ?xa riP.rF I
; Guard. Governor Henly will I : Honest Price, and at the same time keep the money within the confines of their own I I heard to say that the Florida senate

preside at the unveiling exercises and ;:I TAFT STARTS ON WESTERN TP'P: state to assist in building up the section from which received. I cert. ; ,

the speech of tb; cecL'don.will_ be I t
: s
that of the prescient Immediately, Special to OcaiaWashJngton. Banl.-:: I legislator, whether in the senate or f :

after the conclusion of the exerciser D. C.Ja.:,. _")r.' -rfe'; r- B. R STRTPLEjNKi Agent, I '" the house, who makes it his bU: \ 'f'

the president and his party will leave 'tary Taft left WahiKgT6r today on a ; '
"
{'j for Landing where the president ito is'I flying trip to Sf. Louis, to de'iber! an OCA.LA :VI _{ .IIA: }t'ess to "kill bills nine times out often .D
I deserves to be crowned with a 1\1.tr\
deliver an address Friday. address tomorrow before a convention I i
t __ laurel wreath. More than a thousand I
of millers in that city. He will !! i '
bills have been introduced into the 1 !
Legislative Doings:; return to the capital Saturday and re-i

;. In the senate Tuesday Zim's bill I main here until} June 9, which date! --Y.-- -- ---- .- --- ----._- - ----- -- present legislature. Suppose that all ft-.,

relating to game, ash and forest war- has been fixed for his departure fora I .1 Doings in the Legislature IS I< FOR SALE-"Retreat Plantation," of them had become laws and that ,:

i uons! was withdrawn. more extended trip to the West. BASEBALL NEWS i '-nator Cranes drainage bile passed : two miles west of Reddick. For par- every legislature were ,to enact a ,S

'0 ? The Carter primary bill was passed Various points in Wisconsin, Minneapolis Wednesday, May 29. !I the house on Monday morning bya I i ticulars Reddick apply Fla. to Miss Ellen Huggins I thousand laws at each session it {
,
.' The Adams good roads bill which and Kansas will be visited. JACKSONVILLE & COLUMBIA 1 vote of 38 to 14. Having already'i 5-17-4L I would soon require one's whole life

is the same as the Smith bill passed I I II I At Columbia 1 passed the senate the bill becomes a t I! Memorial Day to read the laws if he were to do i,

'\ It'.' th,. .hiniMurste.._....u, .. __ r----nacaud. HILL CLIMB AT WILKES BARRE Special to Ocala Banner: .1 law and the work of draining the Everglades !!i| It will be seen from the card of nothing else. Too many laws are the 1;
'
.J fThe "raninieli} memorial, favoring R H E 1 will be pushed to completion. !, Mr. Thomas J. Owen, post comman- curse of our country, and makes t

increased powers for the railroad Special to Ocala Banner: Jacksonville .. . .2 41 i,lIt is the best piece of work the legislature der of the G. A. R. of this city that criminals of us all. t

commission was passed, 25 t" 1 Wilkes Barre Pa., May 29.-Several Columbia. . .1 2 2 has performed. the memorial exercises will be heldat

Hills to create Seminole and Eden score of contestants are expected Batteries-Jax: Stultz and" 1 Representative Wartmann's bill the old cemetery in this city at 11 GEORGIIA OBSERVES i

counties out of DeSoto county were to take part in the hill-climbing con Schan. Columbia: Sawenck & I i prohibiting the tipping of waiters at o'clock this morning and the graves of ANNIVt.._ \ I If!

introduced. test "Giant Despair" tomorrow.The : I ----- f
, up Hawkins. i hotels and restaurants and we hope departed heroes will be decoratedwith I

; Ruckrcan's bill to encourage local Wilkes Barre Automobile Club *. Umpire: Da\is. i sleeping cars was passed. The trouble -I flowers. We hope all will join Special to ocala Banner: I

k. fair, ;\'.'... defeated, 18 to 10. and the Quaker City Motor Club" of !I with these kind of bills however, hands in these impressive ceremoniesand Milledgeville Ga., May 29.-The

" The G rig;s vagrancy bill was Philadelphia have joined hands in arranging CHARLESTON & AUGUSTA j is that they become dead letters on that the exercises will be largely centennial anniversary of the first

V passed. the affair. The climb will be At Augusta our statute books. attended. meeting of the general assembly of i'1

:- t The senate held its first night ses- over a course 6000 feet long and witha Special to Ocala Banner: The house on Monday refused to re- Mrs. Richard Holstein and her Georgia in what was then the new .

." sian Monday' night! disposing of five grade ranging from 10 to 25 per i R HE. consider the indefinite postponementof pretty little capital of the state was celebrated
daughter have returned I ;
1i minor local bilK in twenty minutes. cent. There are to be ten events on Charleston. . . .0 3 2 the good roads bill and the good to their home at Hague after a short here today in connection with the ..

'- In the house Tuesday Duckman's the program. Augusta. . . .042 people of Florida must suffer the in- visit in Ocala with Mrs. Holstein's commencement of the Georgia Military .

Mil authorizing the acceptance of _Ba.tteries-ChBtn______ __ _______:_ n Raymond_. & tolerable nuisance of bad roads for father and mother, Capt. and Mrs. S. College whose home is in the

federal appropriations forgricultu- FRATERNNAL MYSTIC CIRCLE Reisinger. Augusta: Sparks & yet a longer period, but good roads R. Pyles. I old capitol building. I

ral experiment stations; also the Car ---r Fox. will come. Too sentiment, like leaven -I The centennial exercises occupied

R for bill authorizing the state board of Special to Ocala Banner: I Umpire: Fitzsimmons. will spread and good roads we For stomach troubles biliousness the most of the forenoon and were f

education to loan to counties the Rochester, N. Y., May 29.-The Game called at end of 9th in- will have. Some day it will becomean and constipation try Chamberlain's attended by prominent men from all

principal of the state school fund for grand ruling of the Fraternal Mystic gin; on account of darkness. issue in politics and the man who Stomach and cures Liver have Tablets.been effected Many remarkable by- over the state. Judge John G. Hall "

> building purposes when bond are Circle held its annual session in Ro- does not favor the building of good them. Price, 25 cents. Samples free. of Macon presided, and Governor Ter-

-:" .: voted at a popular election; also the chester today, with representativeson SAVANNAH AND MACON '* i roads by state aid will not go to Tal For sale by all druggists. m rell and lIon. John T. Uoifeuillet of J(,

Trammel I bill relating to mandamus hand from all of the 85 lodges of At Savannah lahassee unless he walks. Macon were the principal speakers. .

.c and injunction proceedings against the order in New York state. Su- Special to Ocala Banner: The license tax bill has passed the A Century from Now.

> railroad companies by the state rail preme Ruler F. H. Duckwitz and Supreme R H E house on its third reading. The explorers found sections of Jamestown

,,' road commission: also the Kirkland Recorder J. D. Myers, both of Savannah. . .. .480 The senate concurred in the house vertabrae more massive than any The Seaboard Air Exposition 'sing ,I,
Line is "
bill, defining:; trusts and making certain Philadelphia, attended the session. I :Macon . . .2 6 2 amendments as to the child labor they had ever seen. double daily trains operat- -'
I with
; offenses in connection therewith I Batteries-Sav: Willis & Kahl- bill. "There is only one explanation: } ; i sleeping cars to through 1
;: J felonies: and the Wartmann I '* I gentlemen," declared Professor Di| Portsmouth, the gate- !" .!
anti.tiP'1 SUPREME COURT ADJOURNS L *koff. Macon: Harley Clark and I A substitute to the Knight bill pro- way to the Exposition. ,

ping measure. I I .* Robinson. *. ihibiting turpentining or cutting tim- I O'Saur. "These are fragments of q:

The house will begin tonight to hold Special to Ocala Banner: I :her on lands upon which tax: certificates the backbone of the winter of 1906- S. =

;: night sessions, which will continue Washington; D. C., May 29.-The Standing of the Clubs are outstanding was passed in I JL"-Louisville Courier-Journal. A. L. SPECIAL RATES

;. to the end of th session. II $15.50 Richmond, Va.
t
United States: supreme court finished Won Lost P. C. : the senate. and return

I its basins for the present term to-I! *. Jacksonville . 28 13 6S.3 j There is strong talk at the capital I Kuroki, the Japanese genera!, was Tickets on sale May 26 to June 2,

: day and adjourned for the summ(r.\!\ Charleston. .. 24 19 ;5.Si *. t i: of an extra session. If there is any- spellbound by the American cataract. with final limit June 11, with privilege "

'; The jurists!' will scatter to various I II Savannah .. .20 20 50.0 ( thong Florida does not want it is an The general and his party saw the of extension. These tickets j

\ I j parts of the country for the summer' Macon..2'J: 22 47.6 I' extra session. falls from Goat Island and ProspectPark. will also be honored from Ports

MONDAYAt and; will not return to Washington un- Augusta. . .. .19 21 47.5 I At the beginning of the present session A newspaper correspondentsays mouth, Va., returning, provided

\ :11\ Ociober.f Columbia. . .12 28 30.0 everything indicated that the that their faces and exclama they have been validated at the
f .. I tions and gestures told of their Jamestown
I t i C i senate at least was not in accord with admi Exposition.
V COMMENCEMENT AT SHORTER ration. Niagara Falls has no dupli 511.95 Atlanta, Ga., and
Fishel'slVVVAlV .the executive, but latterly it seems thave return. Tick-
: I j cate in all the world. ets on sale June 2 r
and 3
I been won over completely, andnow with final
I Special to Ocala Banner: Sore Nipples limit June 9.
<. \ I Rome, Ga., May Any mother who has had experience the senate and house both seem Harper's Weekly says that Sena $31.10 Philadelphia.
t.t 29.-commence-1 with this distressing ailment will be I willing to hold up the hands of the ., and return.
ment week at Shorter pleased to know that a cure may be tor Beveridge of Indiana is not a con Tickets on sale July 11
this morning with the exercises of I effected by applying Chamberlain's I governor. stitutional lawyer and the New York with final limit July ,12 13 14,
f I DressGinehams Salve as soon as the child is done 93
: World says that he is the $15.85
graduation. The address to the nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth constitution Tuscaloosa, Ala.. and return. r
the at the
of attractions
graduates was delivered by the Rev. before allowing the babe to nurse. One itself but the World is mistaken-the Tickets on sale June
1 Many trained this salve is the abund 11, 12, 15 17,
i 1i Junius W. Milard, D. D., of Atlanta. nurses use Jamestown Exposition Indiana senator merely thinks that 22, -" and July
i
with best results. For C
t sale by all ance of music. Concens are being he is. limit 8, with final
druggists. ci 15 days in addition
I Friend given daily in addition to music on to date of
My Best sale.
Uter Extension
? soon as well as ever." This remedy Is Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lohrig, Mrs. R. the battleships. Phianey's Band is The New York Produce News may be to September

t.t tl ral Alexander Route 1, Fort Demon Edward, who lives N. Y.on, says Ru-: G. Blake, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Connor now giving frequent concerts daily. says that the tomato glut is over and 50 cents.obtaIned by paying fee of )..

" :' "Dr. King's New Discovery is my best and two children enjoyed a delightful This band is one of the best concert that the Florida tomato is now bringing $60.40, Mexico

; earthly friend. It cured me of asthmasix fish fry and picnic at Silver bands in the United States. Take the good prices.WANTEDA. turn. City, Mexico, and re.
years ago. It has also performed a TIckets
on ]
r E ,, : Gcf wonderful cure of incipient consump Springs Wednesday. They procured Seaboard Air Line to the Exposition. July 11 sao Juno 21 to
.
,' with final
limit
,.. tion for my son's wife. The first bottle Mr. W. II. Clark's naptha launch and good blacksmith 15. September
ended the terrible and this
.. I' accomplished, the other cought symptoms left went down the run as far as Delk'sBluff The senate has passed the Faulkner Must be a good Lorseshocr. Address

, one by one, until she was perfectly caught as many fish as they bill requiring the arrest of intoxicated A. G. Gates, Ocala Fla. 5-31-101 -

Vasued at lOCo Twe patterns well. Dr. King's New Discovery's wanted and when the shower came persons in dry counties and Tickets Wekiwa Springs i
power over coughs and colds is simply are now on sale wI )
marvelous." Xo other remedy has up they were fortunate enough to compelling them to disclose the For plnno shingles, rosin barrel board by the Seat

: f to n customer 4 to I Z Yds.in ever" equalled it. Fully guaranteed by find shelter, and altogether had a names of the persons selling them staves and headings write T. J. Cone, return Air Lino Ocala to Apopka and J}.
& at
Tydings Co. druggists. SOc. and $1. $2.75 'oruieromat'
'. 1 :Piece Trial bottle free. m most delightful time. liquor. Raleigh, Fla. 5-3Mm 30 days trip, limited -
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,. '. : FROM FERTILE FLORIDA RAISED ASSESSMENTS j 0'................ '.....4.8................0.1I .... NOTICE

c' ____ Tne following! i ia list of Oc tia real .. +. --

What j iS Going On in the Land of the estate upon which the asses r.H.t !has''i Notice is Hereby given: that the following described
lands
I i f : will be sold -
Grapefruit and Pine been laised by the city coal: d i: OUR TALLAHASSEE LETTER at public suftWn on Monday the

I'S.. C. Middletoa has purchased a Unknown-56 feet square in northeast I First Day of July, 1907, x
corner lot 1, block 35, Old Survey +
farm of D. Y. Hallock & Sons near -- + at Ocala, in C e County of Marion, or so much thereof as will be necessaryto
Ocala; raised from $1601) to +
Hastings. $IS01). + pay the amotint due for taxes herein set opposite the same together with

01' Ripe watermelons have been on the l'nknovm-Comcence 74 feet west 1m \\'artm :lllll'* Anti-Tipping Bill .nthews Complimented J cost of such sakr aa4 advertising.

of northeast corner lot 1. block 35: .
market for the past two -- -
Wauchula I
Old Survey, Ocala, west 3S feet, south i i -- The Belleview Hog Before Legislature/> : T
weeks. 73 :;-1 feet, east :33 feet north 57 :;--1'! I =.1 I I

i The last tomatoes were shipped feet; raised from $30t+ to $400. 1..L.A............................... .........A ...A.A A .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I t '
.y. 10 1. ..e.... 1...........x ....t....... LANDIv ] I :
fllast week from the farm of Mr. Drig- Unknown-Lot 1, block 38. Old OWNER 151! cnTPTroX OF al = .
J Tallahassee, May 2$.-Hon. E. L. .... .s.:.
Survey, Ocala; raised from $901) to': or expectation ot flips or gratuities. : $.0 :;) 1IlCJ
f-4' of Fruitville.T. I 5C
gers : [ o L. 1 .uo
, $1000.Unknown Wartmann of Marion, on yesterday, shall be a consideration as to pa : = CF3Unknown.
V. Moore: of Buena Vista Las -South half block 4C, Old i introduced. a bill in the house that I Ary violation of this law shall "I' . . . lots 1 to 20-inc- blk H5-1! I I I I
shipped the first carload of mainland Survey, Ocala, also 11 feet oS south( I i deemed misdemeanor Grant Park sees 7 and. .118115181! ; 1$ 1 91laryESmith.
pineapples north. side lot 1, block 4C, Old Survey, I was at first the cause of jocular comment I a and, upon . . n1.2ofseHofnw1.tand; I !I J I
Ocala; raised from $:i0)0)> to $10,000. I conviction, shall be punishable by a sw 1.4 of Se 1--1 of nw 1.4",17'15'-0"; '! :; :2 1-1
but which later, from a little ; I
;\ Mims has been visited recently by l"nknown-Lot 1, block 51. Old Survey fine of not exceeding two hundred C Y Roberts. . . 5 el.1 of s\v 1-4. . . .::10:16- : : 21 40I 2 3'JMcGehee
}. some fine rains, which have greatly Ocala; raised from S25-J; to $300. bit more consideration of the possibil- dollars or imprisonment in a county & la'o. . n 1of se 1-4 and se 1-t of'' I i! I I

.i- benefited vegetation. l'nknown-All block 53: Old Survey ities involved by the construction of jail for not i se 1--1. . . . ::11'161221 1201 3 92
Ocala; raised from $5000 to exceeding sixty days, or ''ThosYilson.. . . et; and sw H of sw 1-4..I11il7:201! : ) 520 1541Tho
.? dry weather continues in the $.(01). its first section has assumed a cer- both, in the discretion of the court. :) Wilson. . . se 1-t of ne 1.4 and ne HI : I j ,I j tHeirs

,; .mice section and orange trees .and Unknown-25; feet east and west tain degree of seriousness, which, if Section 2, Any laws or parts of of se 1--1 . . .112'17:20- : SO! 2.G

'' crops are suffering. by 119 feet north and south on west time permits may result in its passage laws in conflict with the provisions of o.f.W C Eagleton. I lot 2 and fractl lotI.. ...!! 617'24 56: 2 'j
, side lot 1, block 55, Old Survey J P PhIlIps. . . . lots 1 to 5 mc Hatcher s i; 1!
From Mims daily shipments oft I by the senate and final enact- this act are hereby repealed. i '
Ocala; raised from $:?tIto $3<)00. I sub of n Iof; lot 45: ; ,
beans tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers Unknown-Commence at northeast ment into law.Introduced Section 3. This act shall go into : Caldwell's ad Ocala----- 11 52lv

f and squash are being made. corner block 57, Old Survey, Ocala. originally in the natureof effect immediately upon its passage J Edwards. . . f lot 5;; \litchell's revised ad

f.. Reports from Hastings show that west 119 feet south 72 3-4 feet, east a protest against existing condi- and approval by the governor.A ; to Ocala . . . 4 22
119 feet north 72 C-4 feet: also com- ;| E. L. CARNEY. Tax Collector.
:. Florida! potatoes are bringing returns mence at southeast corner of block i tions in Florida and more particularlyin little reading between the lines, .t

h" : to the extent of $SOO an acre. 57, Old Survey, Ocala! west S9 3-4 i Tallahassee during this session of and the anti-rebate bill in practica- J -- --- -- -- ---
t feet :29 3-4 feet. and .11..1.1.11.1.1.11.1.... .4..ee1......11.1.......11 t
: C. L. Reeves and Mr. Brown, both feet, north 11)u east I the legislature, Wartmann secured by bility effect is simply not in it. S
1;'! their south :3 feet east 42:! feet, south :!-11 1 Hon. Geo. G. Mathews has been
of Fruitville, are irrigating or- practically unanimous consent the |1 : BIG MAIL
OCALA'S HOUSE.JG.
feet, east 18 feet, south 73 feet; raised I| i ORDER? I
a urge groves by the bucket method. from $5700 to $Grmii.UnknownEast | waiver of the rules and had bill read honored with an invitation to deliver ;;

E. B. Tucker of Fruitville is clear- half fractional. second and third_time and passed and i the medals at the commencement ex- ''

jug some new pine land which he j I block e,), Old Survey- Ocala: raised !1 ordered certified to the senate, which ercises of the Female College Wednesday -

} will plow and plant with melons later I from $1800 to $'+,Oy.UnknownNorth .half of west half 'j:august body it reached in the aftErnoon night. I II D. HO CAN ;

Senator Baker introduceda
iu the season. and referred to committee for yesterday
.
I of fractional block C", Old Survey, ]
R. P. Hanson, a Cypress Island far- I Ocala; raised from $8.1.0 to $1'H)0.! : consideration.The bill for the creation of Eden county I .

!Up T, has shipped over 400 crates of I l'nknown-Sorth half lot 2, block text of the bill in full is as fol- out of DeSoto. The bill is a sort of ,' + .-

1. l.fMim, besides beets and other vege- 62. Old Survey, Ocala: raised from!; lows: request bill and practically is a no- i Having purchased the saloon property formerly .: .

ial His this year. $500 to $7i o. A bill to be entitled: An Act to tice that the effort of county division
I rnlmown-5G feet north and south I is operated byV.. J. McGrath and made many improvements : .
The total output 'of SanforJ celery I and west in northwest Present the Giving or Receiving of there will be continued in lt "9.! It
112 feet east -
by II
on same I am now prepared to handle *
this season was 133,950 crates, and corner lot 2. block 04, Old Su-- !,I Tips, and Providing the Penalty can hardly pass this session. i : :.

I til! *' average price at Sanford was .7; I vey, Ocala: raised from $l4i>0 to ]I I Therefor: I Every now and then we hoar rumors -! : mail orders with the greatest facility. The large variety :

;
t't B. Sprat, formerly a resident: of I waiters in hotels, restaurants, or I county court for Marion county tie ; carried enables me to fill the order of on
t Survey South; raised from $l+ty to II] everyone :
F Indian River, who is now raising I $400. other places of business dependingupon 1 bill has not as yet, and doubtless will ; : short notice. The premises are now fitted up especially +

I pineapples! in Cuba, is making a short I If l"nknown-Lot :C. block! 2$ New I public patronage including not, materialize.It :
for this dass of the business and orders will
visit at Titusville. Survey South: raised from $100 to; sleeping and chair cars, and all is understood that the entire delegation ; ;: your

[ C. S. Donaldson, who owns an or- $400. forms of public carriers, has grownto is having trouble with some : e be filled the same day they are received and shipped i

I Vfr(. ans- grove near Pabor Lake, recently t"nknown-Kortb half and southwest ]'! be pernicious and is generally re- bill regarding the impounding of hogsin I : on the first train. In your next order includeHoganrs |
quarter lot 1, block 7, New Sur- .
\ installed: therein a three-horse pow- vey North; also lot 2 block 7. New I II cognized as working a hardship upon the municipality of Belleview. and +

'-r i igniting plant. I Survey North; raised from $$00 to I all patrons and the traveling public both Wartmann and Mathews are relying i XXXX Rye

i Tiie pineapple crop in the vicintyju $1000. I generally; therefore, be it enacted by l on Baker when the bill comes .

f I f i-rfield will be large, and skipnitiits 1 Unknown-B'.ock i2. New Survey I! the legislature of the state of Florida i'up in the senate if it e'edoes., and Ii! The Best Goods on the Market i
North; raised from $5mi; to $7oo.
will be made in a few days. l'nknown-Bock 13.: New Survey !! : which at this stage of the game is extremely ,i .

Tin-! tomato season is over. North: raised from $M>'> to S12<>".. j Section 1. That it shall be unlawful problematical.
.. !! G. D. HOGAN
The cucumber season is over in Unknown-Lot 1. block 14. New! for an employe of any hotel, restaurant Ocala has been well represented by i !
t I If North raised from $4'0 to'
:
Wauchula. but growers are being surprised Survey parlor or sleeping car com- visitors during the session and in the -

at the' quantity of beans that I Ir $5w Unknown-Commence). G' feet south,I pany cr of any other public service, Leon )Hotel are conspicuously displayed : Ocala Florida :
,
die booing gathered from the stunted of southeast corner cemetery lot i'! institution or common carrier to re- pictures of the Ocala: Hoiu>t'. 1 + *
I i' .
south to S. A. L. R:;.. east with railway !- and for surrounded Ocala '
\illt .S, ceive money as a tip, any pat- by typical and Silver -: .

In order to take care of the orange I to Orange_StrE"'::. nortL! to POnt: ron of the same to give to such em- Springs views. I t Oldest House in Central Florida :
of point of beginning, we. t to ; WljisHey
R 'r"JI in the vicinity of St. Petersburg I It east ployes any money or its equivalent The Florida legislature for 19i 7 i
point of beginning, block 11;. XeSur- :
i tl'"'N Tampa Bay Packing Company I vey North; raised from $100 to $3'>' !! as a tip or gratuity; and it shall also ends its constitutional existence Fri .... ..++++............. ...... ................ !
t \\ ''YH 1 build a large packing house in Unknown-Commence 140 feet east be unlawful for any person or corporation day. An extra session seems probable i
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Lt!ft cijy. I of southeast corner of cemetery lit. conducting any hotel, res- but hardly before September 1. ---- -- -- -------
7"; feet, north :21
south Crt feet east
is or other busines dependingupon when the newly created commissionto I
The tomato season at Boynton '' taurant
feet.
I feet west 7< feet south 15"
[11.l.ticaly! over and will be followed! blocks IS and lf 1. New Survey North; public patronage, including investigate the I. I. fund will be I

pineapples, which are being ship-I raised from $1'1 to $:>t H>. i sleeping and chair cars, and all formsof readyto make its report.

. pt'I M,! !in small quantities at the presi I Unknown-All block iS New Sur. t public carriers, to enter into any These extra session rumors must,
North raised from $S ul i to $12int.: i;
s t, 'at time. vey Unknown; -All block "L. Caldwell's I| contract or agreement for the employ- however, always be taken with the

;. Albert Blackborn of Laurel, has add; raised from $4\111\ t to $$..tl.< i I ment of any person in which the hope proverbial grain of salt L. J. B.

prt-pared his 20-aere farm for an or- Unknown-Lot 3, block "C." Oak i
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aimo prove and will set out 600 trees I Park; raised from S6< to $l"0. j
t. l'nlmown-CollllwHe S."; feet east !! MOST MARRIAGES Meeting of C. C. and G. R. Association
:'s Mxm as there is sufficient rain top !
of northwest corner block 7, Scott'S! DUE TO DANCING Jacksonville, Fla., May 18.
I. :Diitcn; the soil. i! Survey east (jt) feet south 1-H.2S. feet. I Remarkable: Statistics Gathered by an
Th" Atlantic Coast Line is con- west G;<> feet. north ltl-S:! feet; raised';' To the Editor Ocala Banner: .4-
International of I
Academy
:-t: met ing a spur from the Oveido from $100 to $15n.' i I The annual
meeting of the
1 County
i
at southwest Teachers
Commence
branch< which will be a great conven- Unknown- t
corner block 7, Scott's Survey north Commissioners and Good Roads Asso- t
i i.-iuv to the truck in th I There exists in Paris an "Interna-
growers I 1.92 chains, east :2 chains:: west .92 ciation of Florida will be held in the tV7 3nc

.' Sanford section. chains, west 2 chains: raised from I itional Academy of Choregraphic city of Pensacola, Tuesday, June 18, Y
f IlH'lntlthe Apalachicola North- $500 to SGd0.UnknownOnehalf. !! Composers and Teachers," which, al- 1907.

". ... rn railroad ran its first train, whichr interest in o1 I though the name suggests tripping A special invitation is r
extended
r acres off south side of north-wets I' to
\\' ,; greeted by thousands of citizens. the light fantastic toe. is, in reality,
quarter of southeast quarter sectionS )I every county commissioner, city,
n This will open up a new fruit and vegetable 22 raised from| one of the most laborious scientific county and state official
township 15, range : I Ill and to all
section. $ ) to $250UnknownOnefourth: I societies in France.Its good roads advocates.The .
b Fred Holland and his brother W. interest in 5 ambition does not end with red improvement of
our highwaysis
1 acres off south side of northwest the laws of the waltz and the
I H. Holland, of Tatum Ridge, have just quarter of southeast quarter sectionS !!! ulating the most important public question

J completed the very laborious job of townsh4p 15; range 22: raised from !I| quadrille and all matters of dancing before the people of Florida at this

t watering their orange grove by the I $50 to $125. i 1 i etiquette. It tackles questions of time, and it is to be hoped that every

.., means of a pump. t l'nknO'nSouthwest quarter of'i higher interest and far-reaching im- wide-awake
southeast quarter, undivided one- The latest investigation progressive citizen of FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK
sociological -
Splendid! rains have fallen in the I fourth interest in section S. township : portance. the state will aid in some measure in r BETWEEN
of this international academy -
riermont! section and all vegetables 15, range 22-iU acres: raised from !i making the convention a rousing suc-

and fruits are greatly improved. The $200 to $300. \j married.is as to how and why people get cess.An Jacksonville and New York

section: promises a big crop of or- interesting and appropriate pro-
auues and watermelons. i Popularity of Grapefruit !1 In accordance with general instructions gram of entertainment will be provided Calling at Charleston,. S. C., both ways. ,

| The popularity of grapefruit is a 3096 professors of dancing, by the Pens ola '.ww.: F t. Z l' S'l'A::! tQlt i.4 1r"r, C .!"S'l' :S S !, ;lvi.f .
John Brown of Scotia formerly Hy- committee and
I sign of the times that invites consid- members of the academy, discreetly _u___
all will
j
1 receive
I>OM\O, has shipped large quantities a hearty welcome.As .
eration. Three times a day in some.: questioned their l.i'J7.503: pupils, mar-
of peppers! and eggplants to the West I It I ; we need your help in our ear CLYDE NEW ENGLAND! AND SOUTHERN I NES
I households does it appear at table i i ried or about to marry. as to how they nest efforts
t i.s-! : year, where they came in coni- to inspire a deeper interest I
jso completely is it in vogue, and no : fell in love with their spouses or and PKl'IGHT bVRVICK BETWEE; ;
I a broader conception of this i
'ituiiou with California produce.
V 1 1V j. one is ever heard to say he is wearyof :spouses-to-be. The results of the inquiry work for 'I' Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,
great
our state and her
W. Baull, who has a truck farm I I!i It. Grapefruit holds its own now show how dancing contributes and people I and ail Eastern Points.
knowing that
I
at On ttma, is supplying that city and :i that it has really come into its own ; to make: the world go round.In I for the good of the cause you are, we withus ask I I Calling at Citar'.e-ro1, B.th \VajSK3II "-.

; 1 1" peninsula wish: potato, swet'tJ I fruits For besides the '\i. !
i as not all can. fit countries over per cent yon to I WEEKLY KAILI.VtiS.
encourage us by
F-. vein. ('ucumberan: oilieroeeta- !I of it. it has certain their inceptionto I your presence. i
I! fine flavor proper-! of the marriage: owe West Florida iI
',' that are ji'al to tK !V-.; raised !I ( should send many I From LeWis' Wharf, Boston.
tic:". it i b said. that -make it healthiu:, the dance. Germany comes first. I large delegations.J. .
i From
foot
Catharine
f i j I Northbound-------------------- St., Jacksonville
:. \\hore!, :1:1 the ?'ate. i combination always deisaie. S\\itzeraiul.! and then !
1 I :.nd tat: a next comi'-i 'I W. WHITE, Sec. TrH. .... I
m
1 ll., s. B. 1!. ]Pamon St:1.> to have I i >: !: :So: it is good to 3(;e told, bav- Fnncttie United States and i jf W. LONG, President. Clyde St. Johns River Line.

; : > ,1 i b;' I "\:\Meriments I i'u: onions ',[ jug n a ::lu-il this stag in conteaiplat- | Greece, in the: order given In England |

". !lv ra--: t: tintftably .::, ;'ieiein- ;i I I ing it tc: place] with u-, that 'down in and Australia the percentage of i {I Between Jacksonville and Sanfordatppi.g t
:
: f Sta1. ." 11 Ir. Dan lat weJ 1 i 1 Will 1907 Weather Prove Like That
.* > :" :-i : Florida tlu> sraptfruit orchards increase : dancing-made marriages fa1-]! to '". !
I of 1816 1 It l'atatkz Astir, Baresri! t :IsLatiLaniisgs J ard Istsrzsiiatf
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-::,-\\tvi tv ) aMiring !. It'! tin! lein
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number, and
{ yearh in size at-i and in Nomaj it i i.;; u? lost as 3_;. I
I I ca St- Jshss ;tiver.I : .
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.
i: t > t rii'iVronce. that: nowadajr e\t-ry oratg1 tree: From tnese: :: statistics: it would appear Dvring the extraordinary year of I

.It I I1.:. F. Dt, u.i',v *of San i!'' -; .i :,!:iI.;)i:1: 'set I out grapefruit 2rtr.: are planted.: : i that out of every five: young:; men J lSl; January and February were Steamer, CITY OF JACKSONVILLE

jJ"'I i worth of fruit from a &o\vn- '; For this new :; assures u? that future who go to dances: in :hc United States I warm and spring like. March was I is appointed to sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville Sundays, Tuesdays and

.1', !'i- orange groye last season. Or- j demands for the fruit will be as fully;, four are running a serious risk of cold and stormy. Vegetables had I Thursdays, 0:30 p. ra. Returning:, leaxe Sanford Mondays Wednesdays

i irowing: ; is the principalbusiness j i met as are those of the pre: ent- t getting married. gotten well on in April, when real I and Fridays, 9iUo: a. m. i

t.i.1j-.J{ ot Un section, although a' few ve; 1! Boston Transcript. I i The academy's next contribution to winter set in. Sleet and snow fell I

t" .. .I.\'S' are raised for shipment. I I i I sociology will be awaited with the on sevennteen different days in May.In South-Sound SCHE DULE North-Baund

Tho orange growers having groves I Feeding Bees I keenest interest.-New York Times. June there was either frost or Read down. Read up.

. iu the vicinity of Wauchula are using I On the lower Chattahoochee river I snow every night but three. The Leave 3 30 p. m. . Jacksonville .. . Arrive 2 00 a. m.

heroic: methods to save their crops I. where the Georgia stream cuts it way The Optimist"Do | snow was five inches deep for five I Leave 8 45 p.m. . . Palatka . . 1" .Leave 8 00 p. m.

'; and are loading wagons with barrelsof through Western Florida to the Gulf you know, dear." said the wife, days in succession in the interiorof Leave 3 00 am. . . .. Ast or . . ,. .Leave 3 SO p. m.Beresford .

water and thus driving through. the of Mexico, the honey industry has "that the gas man has taken the meter New York, and from ten inches . . .. (DeLand) . Leave 100 p. m.

groups and thoroughly moistening the been greatly damaged, in fact paralyzed out?" | to three feet in Vermont and Maine. Arrive 8 30 a. m. .ford . . leave 9 30 a, m.

, ground about the trees. ? for the present season, by the "That's nothing; the full moon's on July was cold and frosty and ice Arrive 10 00 a. in. . . .Enterprise . . Leave 1000a.m.
, The tomato growers of Dade coun- effects of the cold weather in April. our side; I've just written an ode to formed as thick as window panes.
,
were especially fortunate this sea There are a good many apiaries in her." August was still worse, for ice form- Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

son in their tomato crop, the total that section, especially around We- "And that we'll have to exist on ed nearly an inch thic kand killed

1.. cropamounting to about 510,000 wahitchka. The bees gather their cold crusts hereafter?" nearly every green thing in the ; h1iJOHN RONMONGER, JR., A. G. P. A.Jacksonville, Fla.

crates, which averaged $1.75 per honey from the blossoms of the tupelo "Not at all! I have just finishedtwo United States and Europe. In the PENDREL. T. P. A., A. C. HAGERTY, G. E. P. A.

crate. As the cost of production was trees but this year these and oth- columns of hot stuff." spring of 1S17 corn which had been Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N, R., New York.

about C3;; cents a crate it means $1- er blossoms were blighted so severelyby -Do be serious! What are we to I kept over from the crop of 1S15 sold 0. H. TAYLOR, Pass Traffic Mgr. C. C. BROWN, Gen'l. Pass. Agt,

000,000 profit to the growers.N ew the cold weather in April that the live on?" for from five to ten dollars a bushel, 290 Broadway, New York.

"J York Produce News. bees found it difficult to manufacturemore "The earth, my dear-the solid, the buyers purchasing for seed. L. D. JONES, T. F. A. L S. SCROBLE, C. A.

fL:..... ..,. than a limited quantity of sweet- substantial earth! Now go and rattle On May 10, 1SS5, snow fell to the Jacksonville, Fla. Leesburg, Fla.

; FOR SALE-Fine young milch cow ness. As a result the proprietors of the knives and forks and ring the din- depth of a foot in Jamestown and was W. G. COOPER, jr., F. A. CLYDE MILNE, G. F. A.

and month-old calf. Apply at Carlton the apiaries are feeding them on ner bell for a blind.-F. L. Stanton, piled up in huge drifts in the northern Jacksonville, Fla. Pier 36 N. R., New York.C. .

t Constitution states. P. LOVELL, Agent, Jacksonville, Fla., ? i
'i' House. 533t. cheap sugar and glucose. in Atlanta

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r '" ', ',, [. 4 !1;days lined! A gentleman ago States who is river was in the and in employ Ocala harbor Of fey work the: '_


,:. r CI 6AI-- :::: and said that the Okla aha river can ".
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-4P easily be straightened and the channel i
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: :: tR'AP- --- deepened and that it ought
to be f
, ; <<>-- --- ;'alive with freight traffic. This :' .
",...;. .. d>- :..... : has gone to sleep on its opportunities. sec'tion
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:'c ''.i. t- ; ; ::,p: :, S. A.-L. -SPECIAL--- RATES--==

: A0BRO R & BROT H.E.R
; ---w- '$15.50-Richmond, Va., and return. 4
. -"JJ Tickets on sale May :2'ij to JUle" J.'; 1.
: : t r : =- I with final limit June 11, with priv.:1| Iiraf I II
? J I ilege! of extension. Tl.:';e tickets 't' i
I! will also be honored from Portsmouth :
" t 'SY I -= WHOLESALE GROGE'RS- -" "4 I Va, returning, provided- ;

=: I they have been validated at the :. j
-", I E ----.4J) : Jamestown Exposition.
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; WANTED-Student nurses
to tf.;
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. :" 1 : ::::: !training course in :Marion Ca7bt; _

; I .. I Hospital. Appliaction blanks furnished .

f t 'Y E :e :c; WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR X :( ---B I on request. W. by V. writingDR. NEWSOM, :-

f P-- :::::::: I 3-10-lni. Ocala. Fla. { .

.". ----' :::; -STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING -=- I

, i, tlfJJ--. ---tS: -
If The stockholders of the
y -- ;440444..4.44...4.44. 444. ..4444.4N444.4,6....4..4.04.444444444444-4444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444} ---G. ----G I ned that the annual meeting will be
e held at Ocala Fla.. June
--- .gyp I 11. 190;, in
Imo- .. --dJ R. S. Hall's. office. Holder building.
( B': + .* ___ T. TROXLER, Secretary. I
---4'J I;. S. HALL, Vice President. 5-17 :
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Y I I ill S 1 e r T' l ill illIII r 4 II S (. oilers e e ill1l r II, S 1 1fT .! :.:--.cD-::::::: a commencing for The m.teachers, and regular continuing on will June NOTICE Tuesday be state three held at examination days in 9 o'clock for Ocala all Ii


t tfJJJ-- j.
teachers the
taking second and third
of E'erl0 .
", -" grade questions and four days forall, i
i ._. 0 .. "" teachers taking the first
grade ***
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n ii. T 1 ...... .. -----4 tions.tI .. .:
II :' ---. The white teachers will meet in t'je
d Falr bank. & 00. ; "' Ocala High School building and the
n1 I.:. := I o s : ---' colored teachers will meet in the
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:< Howard Academy building.
,
"!. wI";', tab -- + A... --a1 Each teacher will supply herself
:' e>-- : + with pen, ink and foolscap or legal- t
t1 +- --r cap paper. One dollar will be
1 y a I.
. t:i : :. --cJ charged each applicant according to ,
a
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eeSt" 0 a ::: 'ato defray the expenses of the examination. !
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-- D. CARN
GQLPI'
/ id -- + : :::: Superintendent Public Instruction. ':
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'\'t', J." ___ -G NOTICE .,
t Iaj: I : .. ::::; Of Application for Tax Deed Under


r fttc '--"' 1 F AI R Y., TAR AN D J --6---B-'dp ITonner Notice Section is,8 hereby purchaser of of Chapter Florida.given of 4SSS that tax, William Laws certiS-

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the :
iy --.i; ;{: cate No. 265, dated the 7th day of August -
tl1:1 Lam6 N : --< A. D. 1899, has filed said certificate _
r aftt, p- e SUNNY MONDAY : .=::::;; in my office, and has made application ,.
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a for tax deed to issue m Accordance -
: : .--v with law: Said certiSfteembraces
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.-: property situated in Marion county,
} 't ; e. S 0 A P S A _%., Florida, to-wit: Com at a pt 30 lks w J

rE'l[ .. ---'d of ne cor, lot 6, sub of G. I. F. Clark fjV
F h\e4 : "' grant, tp 12, s, r 22, e, thence w 4.51 ,
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T -- e .
i-: T' .- 6 -. 5.40 chs, s 5.22 chs e 3.80 chs n 21.67
tt r. .. --= chs-12 .
acres.
t .
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b'f .." .. "'% The said land being assessed at .
r.' "t. .,.ti ::::: the date of the issuance of such certificate -J
rv .
r >. inci ; t t. ----t In the name of Chas. V. Hill-
! '- --' ; yet. Unless said certificate shall be :1-
. COle. .
r. II .-----aJ redeemed according to law, tax deed t
,ty 6 .::::: will issue thereon on the. 17th day of I
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.uIg4 I June, A. D. 1907.
{ ::::1 e -----G Witness my official signature and t,
AND VERY I 'l9
BEST CANNED MEATS hI al this the ICth day of May. A. rA;: ,j
T: --- .. -- 1907. S. T. SISTRUXI {
f 11aS! : -Sd) Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.' S
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e ;17 By H. B. FOY, Jr.. D. Ggym r t



;; :- I William s Grape Juice In Pints 2 doz. Case I.--'a.-.... !I -In the Circuit NOTICE Court-of the Firth Ju- (tt.tI tI :"',

t t "- I to I Marion tidal Circuit County-In of Florida Chancery., in and for i..

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ter CO City of Ocala, a Municipal Corpora
edui -- tion of Florida, Complainant, vs. : '

; rots prilibllil! E I W, H BAKER'S Justice Cocoa Chocolates* 4 4 .--.......45..., Anthony Constructive Fannie F., Defendants.Anthony Service.and-Order Samuel for P. }.- _


TraJ : It i is ordered that the defendants
and .. _:::: I herein named, to-wit: Fannie F. Anthony .'
raiIr .. : _-41 and Samuel P. Anthony be and -
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m.lll .. _- .cD I they are hereby required to appear to
--4' the bill of complaint filed in this
; : twin i Besides we a full stock of Hay 4 -::: i cause on or before f.

; feloI carry 4 _-. I Monday, the 3rd day of June, 19 -a i
4 It is further ordered that of
a copy
:i Grain and "-- ; 1 I Feed Stuff Send 4
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tom- & us your e.4 ._.,:: :;I O for-ala four Banner consecutive, a newspaper weeks published in the ".;p.,,


i orders for Groceries & Try a few cases 4 4 --=-.= I;t: in This said 2nd county day and of S. May T.state.SISTRL'NK., 1907. -


4 .-. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co., Fla.
IV' :: ; "San No : --0. i By H. D. Palmer D. C. .

, := i Toy" Matches (or f'ypoppPrices) right 4 4 4 4 _"": :I T Complainant's E. Biggs, Solicitor. 5-3

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-- .. .4 ._... I NOTICEd
.. :: .,. .4OCALA _- I ,
, d -- N41111111111..11111.111+1+ON.iN.1f..iN.e.4N.....i aee4.e44N1.4...4144...... ....... -- f( For Publication. Department of the rl1.
M66N4pN4 I Interior.
,;...... 14e M1pt4Oi0iWN......t :::: Land Office at Gainesville I JtQ

:c:: --- :-.-..-. Notice is, hereby Fla., May given 201907.that William "

-"' ;1 Ardis of Belleview, Fla., has filed no-
: :::::: tice of his intention to make final five
'. ( --41 year proof in support of his claim,
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( -. viz: Homestead entry No. 31440, made
a I
-' March 25, 1902, for the northwest .
G -- II --::: |quarter of southeast quarter, section

tltl r -...a I 128, township 16, south, range 22, east, t 4
-- n' -.e !and that said proof will be made be
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fore Clerk Circuit Court at Ocala, Fla.,
tlt e -:: on July 5, 1907.

t ttl'' ..... He names the following witnesses i
# Vast I FLORIDA ... to prove his continuous residence upon I"

t0 A -"-== and cultivation of, the land, viz: ; _.
-.. James Summers of Belleview, Fla.;
-.. Jeff Davis of Belleview, Fla.
:?1"" " " .... Samuel of Belle view, Fla.;; Burrell George -;

I atiY'b "ll" l l E3r E3r ," " " '6"" ":;: Summers 5-24 of Belleview HENRY S., Fla.CHUBB, j i..

.. Register.


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