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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1909
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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DRUG STORE


Mr. B. Howe as returned home
6b0 i title raeb ear Kiaimmee,
T h e ha been for nearly two


Mr. JIta Bow west up to Mican-
SPr attmWay to ae his father, Mr.
9M8 B. Brws, who is lying in an ex-
tr----y erttled emdiltion.

Cap. J. B. Martin, Mr. A. J. Harrell
ad Mr. Nick Port of Oklawaha were
NtW@ to Ocala Saturday, and all
im d i home on the afternoon train.

Melam In carlad lots have been
p01a9g th-ru-h Ocala silce Tuesday.
They are very Ie melema, too. The
d~s ram well. and ood prices are
-atk4ated.

MSit Meoa Hiller, formerly of this
Cety. but now of Biraham. Ala-
mao. will leave early lI June for Ea-
rusp w~th a party o tfrields. She will
re af abroad all summer.

Mim Miriam Pasteur. who has been
tsela In Palatka, returned bome
Saturday afternoon. She had a most
-mr mIIfal year and is one of our most
vethelusitic and devoted teachers.


Mrs. C(arles K. Sage and children
have gCe to Lake Weir, where they
have takes a house for the summer.
Mr. Bae will go down every week to
s his family.

Majo 1I.. T. Islar has been given the
ehor of introducing the sponsor of
"* ('hfederate Veter,'is at the meeting
ti Ocala June 2nd and 3rd.

Mr W. W. Wilson of Gainesville,
who has one of the loveliest orange
groves there is om the south shores of
lake W'eir. went down Saturday af-
tersoon to give it an Inspection, and
to enjoy the cool zephyrs of the lake.

Mr W H Hopkins. representing the
Jacksonville Jewelry and Loan Com-
pamy. was in Ocala Saturday. He is
sow a resident of the metropolis, and
like most everyone else cannot help
ut tel-l of its amazing growth.

Thome t'andler beachess are like
b*twe bam what am"-they are tho fin-
e-M there is. Beside which the Ceor-
S Uiwera. in everything except size.
are- heat to a finish. The Candler
IWach certainly possesses the flavor.

Mr and Mrs (C. A Brown expect to
te.e the first part of-.1une for their,


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JUNIOR ENDEAVORERS GIVEN DE.
LIGHTFUL PARTY
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MISS LUCILE MOORE'S LOVELY MR. MARION PELOT'S PARTY FOR
| PARTY FOR THE GRADUATES THE GRADUATES


The class of 1909 of the Ocala llg
School have certainly been charming
ly feted on the eve of their graduation
and it will always be a season t
which they can look back with great
pleasure, not only because of th
splendid work they have accomplish
ed, but on account of the lovely pai
ties that have been tendered them.
Among those that they will looi
back upon as one of the most pleas
ant was the party which Miss Lucil
Moore gave for them Friday night.
Receiving with Miss Moore, wh(
,.ore a lovely white party frock, wer
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M1
Moore, and afetr being greeted by
them they were served punch by Mrs
Ethan Allan Hickson of Lake City, ai
aunt of the hostess. The punch )abl
was very pretty in its adornment o
yellow and black ribbon, ferns and
Marechal Niel roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haygood o
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Wheelus Bridges also assisted the
pretty young hostess in the pleasant
duties of entertaining.
Miss Moore's guests included only


ne or fthe pleasantest children's the class and Mr. Clarence Meffert
parties given in Ocala recently was who has been a member of the clasi
the one on Friday afternoon, when until the present term, when he wen
Mrs. Coleman, wife of Rev. W. H. away to college. Mr. and Ms. C. L
Bittinger. parents of Miss Adele Bit
Coleman of the Christian church, en- singer, one of the graduates, were also
tertained the Junior Christian En-. present. It was greatly regretted
deavorers and some of their young that the high school teachers, owing
friends. About thirty little folks to the finishing up of their year'i
were present, and they spent a very work, were not able to be present at
merry and happy afternoon laying Miss Moore s party, which was st
together. This party was especially much (njoyetI by the young people
delightful for the children, as their The parlor was prettily decorated
school duties for the year were at anI witb numerous bowls of Marechal
end, and their only thought was for Niels and yellow and black 0. H. S
a happy vacation time, which was pennants, and yellow butterflies.
having such a very pleasant begin One of the pleasent amusements o
ning. the evening was the writing of alliter
All kinds of games were playedative telegrams, which proved to be a
both indoors and in the yard, and great deal of fun. Pretty and appro
helping Mrs. Coleman in seeing that private prizes were given for this con
every child was having the best of test.
times were Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Weth- Dominoes were also played after
erbee, Mrs. Whitfleld and Miss Vivian this amusing contest, and for a short
Dame. time afforded much pleasure.
During the -afternoon Mrs. Coleman The dining room was very prettily
served strawberries, ice cream, cake decorated with Marechal Niels, sun
and lemonade, which part of the par- flowers and black-eyed Susans.
ty, needless to say, was greatly en- The graduates were seated at the
joyed by the little folks. table, and an elegant supper served.
The afternoon spent with Mr. and The place cards were yellow pen
Mrs. Coleman was one of a great deal nants, with ...e letters in black and
of pleasure to those thirty happy lit- tied with black r1 bon. In the center
tle children. of the table was a tall cut glass i ase
of Marechal Niel roses resting in a
The tile roofing for the government large cut glass bowl, which was also
building was begun last Friday and filled with th-se lovely roses. About
the workmen had a hot day for it, the table were small dishes of lovely
but notwithstanding which o od nr home-made candies. First was served


gress was made. The pebble dash is chicken salad, olives, pickles.
also being applied to the chimneys sandwiches. and on each plate
and top story, and the exterior finish big tomato with mayonaise dr
will soon be completed. The work on fhe next course was black and
the grounds is also nearly completed, cream, the black being chocola
and soon all work will be confined to the yellow frozen custard, and
the plumbing and interior finish. The and black cake.
building ought to be completed before This seated supper was grea
fall. It is splendidly constructed in joyed and was a most fitting
-A 4U.,- I- -- n A inn tn nn Pvpnim fy n t s-ro dZi-n


cheese
was a
ressing.
yellow
*te and
yellow

tly en-
conclu-
'-In


every way and the plans and sp.cln-" t i 'u "'?, s. t. ingoti 1; 1111.
cation? have been very rigidly follow-, The unavoidable absence of Mr.
ed. It is near a fire-proof building as Robert Anderson was greatly regret-
can be made. The flag still poats;ted.
from its dome and Ocala is very Tonii.Iit Mr. Marion Pelot enter-
proud of it. ,tains lile graduates and Monday night
------ after the graduating exercises Mr.
Mr. W. E. Yocum. formerly of Robert Anderson will give them a
Washington. was in the city on a visit supper.
to his sister, Mrs. William T. Gary. --
Mr. Yocum graduated from the I ni-i ENSIGN BURFORD AT HOME
versity of Florida when it was locat- -
ed at Lake City. and was known as Ensign Robert Allen Burford of the
the Florida Agricultural College, and New Jersey,. S. N.. is at home with
was a classmate of Mr. Gary, who is; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bur-
now his brother-in-law. Mr. Yocum n ford, for a few weeks' furlough. En-
expects to locate in Florida. and will sign Burford was expected home last
accompany his parents. Dr. and Mrs. week, -but stopped over at Nashville.
W. F. Yocum. who leave after the Tenn., where he spent several days
commencement of 'he I'. of F., for with his sister. Miss Mary Burford.


i-nth i, t oan i ujl hti'e ,! ,'il.' I theirr orange grove at Eagle lake. Mr.
,...tirt v "aCiiftnima r ; *.. Y c iu is a pjlea'aan< yonn.V i gentle
milal al ,d as if O) cala t for" st, ""irat
IJSTECN When v,. ire at home a i
seed us yvnur orders VWhn in ow days.
n'ake his place headaiarters. Hogan's
a Pleor the whiskey man. The suit of Messrs. ('lark and Ray
vs. the Dutton Phosph'tate Company
Mr R 1. Keating has returned occupied the attention of the circuit


honw after an absence( of two weeks,.
which he spi ni at Hendersonvillo. N.
'. Asheville. 'incinniti. and en route
bomr he stopped over in Atlanta for
a day a8d saw the great Elks parade
du4tg the convention in that city.


Since his last visit 1
a midshipman, he I
to the position of k
t ircl,'d the globe
An. ,rican baitleshp
Enslan Burford's
iiiarvels of the age.
tul opportunity for


home, when he was
has been promoted
ensign. and ho' haz
with the zreat;
fleet.
trip was one of the
and was a wonder-
so young a man as


court again all day yesterday. The he is now just twenty-one years old.
witnesses for the defense have all havinu- graduated from the naval acad-
testified and the complainant's wit- e:vy before he was twenty.
nesses will begin testifying today. It
is hoped that the case will reach the,TO THE PATRONS OF THE
jury in time for a decision to be made SCHOOL


h today. However, the impression pre-'
Gralda Parrar has announced 'vails that whichever side wins an ap- All patrons and friends of the Ocala
in__ _. &-Avin n AoMttl by i .. .-.


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it
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Another lovely party to be added to
those given for the class of '09, 0. H.
S., was given them Saturday night
by Mr. Marion Peiot at his home on
Watula street.
The entire Pelot home was very
elaborately decorated with beautiful
garlands of black and yellow crepe pa-


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k per, big sunflowers, black-eyed Susans, -
E- Marechal Niel roses and beautiful ________
e growing yellow cannas, and all about MRS. SCOTT GIVES LOVELY
the house were placed beautiful ferns. CLOCK GOLF TEA
0 The front veranda was screened off -. _
e and very prettily decorated, and here Mrs. Gordon S. Scott entertained
y refreshing punch was served by Miss about twenty-five of her lady friends
3. Dora May Pelot from a very attractive at a very delightful clock golf tea Sat- p
n table. urday afternoon on the golf links.
e Mr. Pelot was assisted by his two This delightful informal tea was
f sisters, Misses Evelyn and CarriT e- given for Mrs. Ernest H. Rapal1e and
d lot, his aunt, Miss Josie Williams. and her guests, Mrs. Holcomb and Mrs.
Miss Nellit Stevens, and the only King, of Arcadia, three unusually
f guests besides the graduates were charming and attractive women.
n Misses Helen Brown, Annie Atkinson, The afternoon on the links was a
e Hope Robinson and Mr. Carlisle Iz- truly enjoyable one in every way. A
t lar, all of whom have entertained the delightful breeze blew all the while, l
graduates, and the host's brother, Mr. ad the pretty women in their lovely
y John Pelot. The teachers of the high summer frocks in groups here and
, school department were also Included there about the links, with an occa-
s in Mr. Pelot's list of invitations. sional man here and there, formed a GO TO
t An inverted spelling match anda most attractive picture.
- needle threading game were two of Assisting Mrs. Scott were Mrs. John
" the very amusing features of this very Taylor, Mrs. E. L Carney, Misses Mar-
o pleasant evening and proved a great garet and Mamie Taylor, Valeta PO%er i
d deal of fun to the young people. and Alice Bullock.
g The prizes were pretty silver paper Quite a number of the ladies spent
s cutters, the one for the boys having the time playing clock golf, which was OCA r.A. FLA.
t a dog handle, and the one for the greatly enjoyed. Miss Ethel Robinson PHONE W

0 girls ornamented with two small mice. "putted" her ball in the fewest num-
. Each of the guests was given a ber of strokes, and was given as a _
small booklet, which will be a very prize a very pretty Iktle golf lock.
I pretty souvenir of this very pleasant Thereywere also several tables of PROF --OgAAl. SA--
- evening. On the cover of the booklets bridge, and the prize in this game was
was painted in yellow the class insig- won by Mrs. O. T. Green. It wa a W. a. POWUi m IL
f nia and on it in black were the letters small clock, similar to the one won
- "0. H. S.-'09." Inside the book was by Miss Robinson.
the name, the class motto, the class During the afternoon the hostess P A o
flower, and the class colors, and there served iced tea, dainty sandwiches
- were several blank pages for the au- tied with green ribbons, and a sprig 0e Y'- *: 3 .
tographs of each of the guests. of parsley, caramel cake and pepper-
During the evening very elaborate mints from a prettily appointed tea OCALA
and delicious refreshments were serv- table spread under one of the big oaks. .. .. .
ed. The salad was served on nastur- Throughout the hours of this tea
tium leaves, and with it were olives, Mrs. Scott's guests had a thoroughly R FU" *rR.
sandwiches, etc. The black and yel- lovely time, and were unanimous in
low cream was served in heart-shaped praise of the novelty and delightful- *DT -T.
ramekins, and black and yellow home- ness of her party.
made candies were served in pretty Mrs. Scott's guests were the follow- Over M reOC & am~ sea
little black and yellow baskets. ing: Mrs. Rapalje, Mrs. Holcomb, Mrs. OC .. VLO*tD.0.
At the conclusion of the evening Mr. King, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Chazal, Mrs. J. E CHACE I
Pelot cut for his guests a tremendous G. K. Robinson, Mrs. Green, Mrs. A
watermelon, which his father had sent Hardaker, Mrs. William Anderson, n
up from his place at Owens. It was a Mrs. Crom, Mrs. Lloyd,. Mrs. Potter,
Mrs. McKean, Mrs. C. V. Miller, :rs.
perfectly beautiful melon and was one Mrs. McKean Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mrs.
of the greatest treats that has yet Holder, Mrs. Austin, Misses Esther Noer Dliek.
been tendered the graduates. Weathers, Ethel Robinson. Minnie ALA, .
Miss Dora Pelot and Miss Mary Gamsby, Valeta Potter, Alice Bullock, P. GUERRANT.
Phillips assisted in serving, and the Margaret and Mamie Taylor and Mr. E P. GUERANT.
entire evening was one of very great Rapalje. Mr. King, Mr. Stephen Jew-
pleasure. ett. .Judge D. S. Williams. Mr. G. K. VZTRINARY T U OGBO
Austin and Mr. Scott.
SPONSORS FOR THE REUNION IN Opposite Bawser O ee
OCALA AMiss Bessie MacKay has returned OCALA -
___ home from Atlanta. Ga., where she
Miss Tillie Pasteur of Stanton has has been for a month as the guest of E- W. 3AVIS.
been appointed by Brigadier General Miss Emma Scott at the Washington ---
Long as brigade sponsor for tho re- Seminary, from which institution of ATTORNUY AT LAW
union to be held in Ocala June 2no learning she is a graduate. Miss ----
iand :',l. and Miss Pasteur has select- MacKay attended Atlanta's big May Gary Block.
ed as her maid of hnoor Miss Sue An- musical festival, which was one of the OCALA, rLOiU
person. most superb affairs of th- kird, ever 1 .
Miss Mary Elizabeth Rnrford has etold in the south andl her visit was DR. L. F. BLAL.OCK.
been asked to be the sponsor for the ilade very pl-asan't by the numerous
Marion County Camp, but her maid oft friends she a(ldt in Atlanta during DENTIST
honor has not yet been selected. her colge days there. e
Miss Florence Walters will repre- Offiee over Commercial Saab
isent .Fl Dkison Chapter. Daughterse- Dr. H. G Spooner of Stanton was in Phone 211.
sen.t the Dickison Chapter. l)alghtors
of the Confederacy. and Miss C(;raOct'i h Sat rrday. lie came up for the
Hatchell will be her maid of honor. !!ppos of buying a casket for his CHARLES D. HULBERT. M. D.
Hatchell will e her maid of honor. hful house servant who had en
These are all very lovely young l,- in hiS family for a number of years HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AN
d(lies. and will reflect great credit n i, : RG
the yotmg womanhood of our ci, y
The presentation of these spsor Os in ler. She ,ied .ud'en y of -
'" i,''Ip!. \y Fridlay night. Office: Second floor Manro. & Cheu
and their maids of honor wi!I nne Building. Ocala a.
of the pleasing events of th" i'-i(,, ':.1n in .eola don't :arget Hogan's Telephones: Oflfce. 154: resideme. e
and will take plac,, on th,, T. n,.ni i n- ;,.'r' HP w:il do all in his power Office hours- 9 to 12 a m 2 t 4 P
the second of J.une. 'o make it pleasant for you. Hogan. m.; 7:30 to 1 30 a. m.
-------* wh- man. x la.
.iM rs. \V. I). ( ;rall;ain -.p'i I TI';i" ., ;". i i i *\ ...,t r.'
w\ith I r i i! r a' (';.t t r r' Pon,. !, A neiro w ho r'-iste..d a r',,.r w as ** d .M r i ." .* m *
-, '2d at W eir Pak 1 ,I; v F J 'tOi O 'Ts. 'o '," ; at the ,ra1
and a inumn h ,'r of hi chi!dre,.in ,,,l "h,-. os d to ''- "* h' h t 1 f ilat ,f thi lr, .- ' .t I rlot of
iX .es v' i'.., 'r u-.,n e, jo \v rh. da\ and kill'e th d-*r,,,^ h u- rifT of H r- ... h .. t


v'.r, him. Hlit ,. ol of our ,pio.netr n lo a,-o The i of hr !uation ,.x 'rc .,., 1 M raloi e
citizens and vWas a cihizen of Oca'a be- ".o. The sheriff lof 'hat o Oirtv was
fore the outbreak of the civil war, and V'-ir1d to and r-equested o co-mn ;o this I; w:!I go to r S k-,,, vill. n t
has a number of friends scattered all county to vipw the corpse for the pur- or Mr S h w o to i, t
over the county who will be glad to pose of identification. niner. after wbib h- will go to cet
ra t-ep to study dentistry
extend to him their congratulations.


Mr. W. D. Taylor reached home Sat-
urday morning from his trip througL


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There are many ways in which it served
the public, but the one now most valuable
perhaps, is to help with loans. We will
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FI AL LOCAL. PLANS OF SOME OF OUR TEACH-' LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
ERS G-
Ed., The regular monthly meeting of the
b Ift "m Miss Susie Fort and Miss Lucy Ha- union was held at the Weirsuale
SM ley left Tuesday afternoon for Dayto- church on the t.rernoon of the 20th.
SL WK es at Irvie are ve- na Beach, where they will spend sev. The president, Mrs. Lawrence Jones,
1'Ikr sade oI asnt, Mr. and eral days with Mrs. J. B. Wilcox and presided; Miss Lottie Black, secretary
S IWh L Wwardm. IMiss Mamle Wilcox before going to protem.
,their Tennessee homes the last of the Meeting was opened by reading of


aw Jo fromise theguest of
ft d m Ts im at their br
- r &aroddsm at Mr. J. R. Moor-


Mm sd r W. A. hlolt, who cameI

-- Wtoed phi. at OweamL They
~~ by their ,umgeak
low fStd@

Uhe 1e BMW&anld Mr. lAndIS
tAtbk
~rn mm lma queg
~.tbow amstedwmow Their pW
Nft ones" fthe mm tm".ex-


M&. L. S. Chambers, after spend-
Us two weeks at 0mgn. Lake with
uM. Iam Irvtne, left that place
W -ake y tfar Atlanta. where she
w aped the wmmner.

t5 mssoA It K Msid will soqp put
ta heg t al dMtrl show that
Sbein wiltnesmed I Ocala in some
MNO. No p "r emese have
bus aipand -t4 w it a success In


Mr. W. J. Iml iao s begun the
arne= -me -u b t M 0 PedBCi
avw. M t i L VS be whem complet-
e4 a very pIetloa f It wilmlbe of
nom"& Mr. -f-'- isna wtth the
as and 3end am@ ~rmnany of


v. J j. t j. ofBeat eview
ammg the vid tor a Wednes-
&d.. Mr. Thaipag is the Belleview
ame.a-p4emet to the Ocala banner
M Is a vry plasst gentleman. He
w a eaHer at ear ow oe Wedneaday,
Sreprts thim as doing akely at
M pretty dety at ks.M.

Mr. nd Ms. . A. Weathbers left
aft We Cea a m nwlg a for Jack.
=mDe. Mal. Me the afternoon
@ LI& beat fr New York. They
we go to Try, to be present when
dr df htr. Mta. Janet Weathers.
pu@aes bw m the ma Willard Col-
te. They ma d Mi Weatbers will
af pay a visit to Mr. Brantley
a s at Amberst College, Mass.

Mr. ad Mrs. C. R. Mathis f Black-
wl. I. C, are m tee at the Ocala
lMT. Mr. Methis is largely later.
g tIn the gewlatg of enatalopes
-a is hre an laeg after the ship.
mat from his farms here. He makes
e grwug eor mdmas his business,
and bham .mma e trfams In Florida,
ta OeMas and Ctorado.

* Mrs. A. P. Oilmors and Mrs. Ben
m have th deep sympathy of
as* frimain the bereavement that


week. They will neither one return scripture and prayer.
to Ocala next fall. A letter was read from Miss Minnie
Tuesday afternoon Miss Georgia E. Neal, president of the Florida State
Borger left for her home at Lake City, Union, in regard to the omission of
where she will spend the summer with the Jacksonville Times-Union to pub-
her family. lish the report of the W. C. T. U.
Miss Ella Mendenhall has gone to work.
Eustis to Join her mother, and they A letter was read from Rev. E. G.
will spend the summer there and at McKinley, pastor of the church, thank-
other places in south Florida, with ing the union for a gift of five dollars
relatives, for the church.
Miss IDttie Cam will leave the last Paper on "Christian Citizenship"
of the week for her home near Talla- was read by Mrs. E. S. Upham, and
hassee, and late in the 'summer she one by Mrs. J. F. Simpson on "Train-
will take a pleasure trip. ing Children in Good Manners in the
Miss Sarah McCreery will remain in Home." A paper on "Being Social"
Ocala for about three weeks longer by Mrs. Allan Cameron was read by
and will then go to her home in Nash- Miss Lottie Black, Mrs. Cameron not


ville, Tenn., for the summer.
Miss May Turnley will be in Ocala
for about a fortnight. Later on she
will probably go to Tennessee to visit
relatives.
Mr. J. H. Workman, principal of the
Ocala High School, will remain in
Ocala until the middle of June, and
will then go to Gainesville, wheie he
will teach in the normal school for six
weeks, and will then go to his home
at Southalde, Tennessee, to remain
until the last of September, when he
will return to Ocala.

MISS DOZIER ENTERTAINS

Miss Edna Dozier was the gracious
hostess at the weekly meeting of the
Young Ladies' Bridge Club Tuesdlay
afternoon.
These meetings are always enjoya-
ble and help to pass away the long af-
ternoons in a very happy manner.
As several of the members were out
of town Miss Dozier only had three
tables, and for two hours the over
fascinating and popular game of
bridge was enjoyed.
Miss Dozier, assisted by Mrs. Ber-
nard Seligman. served most delicious
tomato salad, olives, egg sandwiches
and wafers, followed by refreshing
cherry cream and cake.
The scores were all unusually high,
and it was found that among the mem-
bers Miss Anne Mixon had made the
highest, and she was given an ex-
ceedingly pretty fan. Among the vis-
itors Mrs. Harvey Clark had the high-
est score and she was presented with
an exquisitely dainty hand-made
Dutch collar, the work of the clever
hostess.
Those who enjoyed this delightful
meeting with Miss Dozies were Misses
Sue Anderson, Alice Bullock. Etta
Hood. Grace Hatchell. Annie Atkinson.
Leafy Sylvester, Anne Mixon. Edthh
McGuire, Mrs. Bernard Seligman,
Mrs. Harvey Clark and Mrs. Dozier.
THE CRIMINAL COURT DOCKET


Ms eaw to them In the deatb of their -
bfthei. Mr. rest Smith, at Oxford. I This week will be given to the trial
Ts is the second brother they have of criminal cases. The following nam-
&b within a few months. Mr. Ernest ed persons constitute the regular jury
lltlh was a splendid young fellow, panel for the week, viz: J. M. Mar-
a khis timely death is sincerely r. -shall, J. N. Blackburn, A. C. Cobb, R.
ptted by Ih host of friends. H. Sanders. J. W. Perkins. J. A.
-Strickland. G. W. Cleveland. W. B.
The ladles of Ocala and throughout, Livingston. R. J. Chapman S. E.
the e saty ought Wo be Interested in Smith. J. C. Wyckoff. W. C. Jeffords.
the sIx days special White Goods and Tl'her wtr. four cases tried Mon-
mbrAidery Sale now on at Helven- day, viz:
now & Pasteur's. The prices. when' The state of Florida vs. Henry Ben-
the quality of the goods is considered, nett and Joe Willis, breaking and en-
eahf to make a strong appeal to tering. Bennett was convicted; Wil-
twe who want to save the nickels lis acquitted.
=4 sme these times. Read the cap- The state of Florida vs. Joe Lee,
Satitag prids. breaking and entering. Acquitted.
The state of Florida vs. Henry Cin-
Mr. W. M. Prce of Chicago. Ill., rep- gleton, criminal assault upon a female
rsentig the U. S. Oipsom Company, child. Found guilty.
O, of the strogest concernsM in the One case was nol pressed.
mMry, was a visitor to our city yes-IA special venre of forlv was drawn
mwtmy. He was a former resident otf rom the box for the trial of two mur-
Scity. and later oa was a member der cases, which is expected to be
Sthe ral state Arm of Price & Ea- reached some time this week.
fest of Tampa. His old friends
vw glad of the opportunity of see- From Wednesday's Daily.
0 him- CIRCUIT COURT TUESDAY

Mrs. K. S. Hall has gone to Gaines- Circuit court was busy until about
VMOe. Ga.. and Atlanta, where she will11 o'clock yesterday. when it rt k a


vtW Par a short time She is accom- recess until this morning, when the
p-iled by her am., Robert. on this murder trial of Albert Smith and Isa-
trip. Mr. Hall returned yesterday bella Draft will begin. A special ven-
fhm Jacksoeville having accompan- ire of forty was summoned yesterday
td Mrs. Hall and Master Robert that from which to select the jury.
tr. Dwiag Mrs. Hall's absence. her Our readers are familiar with this
sMTe. Mrs. Thioma-o. of Live Oak. case as the murder only occurred a
is staying with Miss Carrie Williams. rew weeks ago. and it was fully re-
Mr. Cta a of Lo*isTllle. Ky.., a corded in these columns. Draft was
Mr. Calan L was here yterd Ky.. a the husband of Isabella. and was a
a i grala, was here yesterday. preacher. He was met on the high-
Ie is a frtlad of Mr. Jake Brown and Ipreacher i e was met b n the tigh-
S k h to Ser Springs and toImway it is supposed by Smith at the
S of or vegetable raprims. and to i instance of the wife. and murdered.
at ear vegetable farms, and toShe is supposed have furnished
y that he was delighted as well as" 8 is supposed to have furnished
rred hardly presses the meas- Smith with Draft s own gun.
me of eadmlrattea. He says that Before adjournment yesterday John
t ft d th e ev reen was tried for breaking an t en-
SFlorId tering and was acquitted.
doed e or was taught to believe. terJuia Ormond was tried
Mr. Jk WIiams and Mr. Kylei Jia Ormond was tried for mayhem


being able to be present.
It was voted to adopt Christian cit-
izenship work, and Mrs. E. S. Upham
was elected president of the depart-
ment.
It was voted to observe the second
anniversary of the organization of the
union in June, by giving an entertain-
ment.
A discussion on socials was joined
in by Mrs. A. M. Reed, Miss McMa-
han, Mrs. P. M. Oleson, Mrs. E. S. Up-
ham and President Jones.
The next regular meeting of the un-
ion will be held at the church on June
16th at 2:45 p. m.
MRS. E. S. UPHAM,
Press Correspondent.


TEACHERS' SUMMER
SCHOOLS


TRAINING


Teachers' training schools, begin-
ning on Monday, June 28th, 1909, and
continuing for a term of six weeks,
will be conducted at Gainesville and
Tallahassee for white teachers, and
at the colored normal school at Talla-
hassee for colored teachers.
These schools will be co-education-
al. Tuition will be free, and board
can be had at a nominal figure.
The legislature of 1909 did not
make an appropriation for defraying
the traveling expenses of teachers in
attendance upon these schools, con-
sequently those who attend will have
to pay their own transportation.
However, an effort will be made by
the state superintendent of public in-
struction to secure a one-third fare
for the return trip.
The instructors for the white
schools, who are specialists in their
respective lines, will be selected from
among the principals of the senior
high schools and the leading colleges
and universities of the state.
The corps of instructors for the col-
ored teachers' summer training
school will be the best that can be
had for the character of work to be
done.
In addition to the professional train-
ing offered by each summer school,
an opportunity will be given those in
attendance to prepare for any grade
of certificate authorized under the
law. After the close of the term, be-
ginning on Monday, August 9th. in
Gainesville and Tallahassee, examina-
tions will be given applicants for
state. primary and special certificates.
For information concerning the
school to be conducted at Gainesville,
write Dr. A. A. Marphree. principal,
Tallahassee, Fla.. or Maj. W. L. Floyd.
Gainesville, Fla.
For information concerning the col-
ored school, write Prof. N. B. Young,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Very respectfully yours.
J. H. BRINSON. Supt.

MARTEL W. C. T. U.

The Martel W. C. T. I'. met last
Wednesday evening and the follow-
ing program was endered:
Opening song, "America."
Reading, Isa. v.-Rev. Nease.
Florida state song.
Reading. "In License Town"--Mrs.
Ausley.
Address-Rev. Nease.
Song. "Make the Map All White."
Reading. "How Mrs. Jones Did
Press Work."-Mrs. Nease.
Recitation, "What the Temperance
Cause Has Done for John and Me"-
Pearl Warren.
Song. "Down in the Licensed Sa-
loon."
After the program was rendered all
repaired to the parsonage lawn,
where games were played and cake
and lemonade served.
PEARL WARREN.


TALLYHO RIDE SATURDAY NIGHT
Saturday night the following jolly
crowd of young people enjoyed a de-
lightful tallyho ride to Silver Springs,
viz: Miss Caro Liddon. Miss Zemp,


WEATHERINGTON'S TRIBUTE TO
MOTHER

He never knew her. His coming
into the world was the signal for her,


going forth. A few brief days she
clasped him to her heart-the heart
whose last beats were mostly for him;
then ere the baby eyes had learned
to look with recognition upon her,
she kissed them closed-and closed
her own forever.
Vaguely through life he missed her.
Times, as a ooy, when the night wind
moaned outside, and within -antastic
figures and shapes of fear fo med in
the darkness, he cowered beneath the
covers of his cot and wept passion-
ately for something that he wanted
but could not name, though afterward
he knew that the thing he craved was
sheltering mother love. His play-
mates had ever a source of unfailing
love and sympathy, from which he
saw them copiously and continuously
draw; and he felt that the Fates had
left something out of the scheme of
his life, and in tht midst of the buoy
ancy of youth his eyes would grow
wistful and his heart be sad.
Then a man-and sometimes. after
the struggle of the day, when came
the quiet hour-musing over the flood
and fell, or gazing far out into the sad
and solemn sea-he would dream of
the land beyond tike setting sun-ot
the mystic glories which eye hath not
seen-and of her who loved him f.rst!
Aye. others came and crept into his
heart, and filled it with a love that
was almost pain; but in its innermost
holy of holies he kept ever a chamber
inviolate for the mother- he never
knew.
And it pleased tim to believe that
though he saw her not. she walked
through life beside him, and many
times made her presence felt in sweet
suggestion of kindly deed, in silent
stirring of the heart that turned him
from temptation's way. And whatever
of good or gentleness or generous im-
pulse ever blossomed in his life, to
her he gave the credit.
Therefore. on Mother's Day, when
thousands have the blessed privilege
of laying the votive offering of their
love at living mothers' feet, and other
thousands live over tender memories
of days when mothers walked by their
side-he wears the white flowe" for
her-for her to whom he believes his
nature owes its best.
So. in the dusk of this dear day,
while the flower is fading, though its
fragrance lingers still, he writes these
lines for the sake of those who, like
him. knew mother only in the land of
dreams.-Lakeland News.

DELIGHTFUL RECEPTION IN HON-
OR OF SISTER CARLOTTA

Anna Dummett Chapter U. D. C.
members excelled themselves in the
delightful reception give Friday after-
noon in honor of Sister Esther Car-
lotta state president of the Florida di-
vision. The reception was held from
four to six in the chapter room, 79
Charlotte street. In honor of the occa-
sion the room was beautifully decor-
ated, crimson and white roses being
lavishly used in the scheme, and Con-
federate flags of various sizes enter-
ing largely into the decorations. The
effect was striking and beautiful and
evoked the rapt admiration of all
present.
Sister Esther Carlotta. Mrs. C. F.
Hopkins. Mrs. R. J. Oliver and Miss
Burroughs received. Frozen dainties
were served during the afternoon,
Mrs. Jarvis, Mrs. Paris and Mrs. Le-
Vrez serving. Miss Julia Hopkins
presided at the punch bowl. This so-
cial event was one of the most delight-
ful of the year. The ladies in charge
entered into the spirit of the occasion
with the eartnstness that has always


crowned their efforts with success. In
every detail the reception was charm-
ming and delightful and the ladies di- 1
recting it are deserving of the many
compliments showered upon them.-
St. Augustine Record.

A COTTON PLANT WEDDING OF
INTEREST

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Veal have
sent out invitations to the marriage of
Mrs. Veal's sister, Miss Hattie Rae
Barco, to Mr. Martin Luther Rey-
nolds the wedding to take place on
the evening of Sunday, the thirtieth
of May, at half past seven o'clock at
St. Johns Methodist church at Cotton
Plant. This church is famous for its
many pretty weddings, and the friends
of this well known young couple are
contemplating this approaching event
with a great deal of pleasureable in.
terest. (


EMILY TATHAM MEMORIAL
VICE


SER-


The Emily Tatham memorial ser-
vice will be held at Grace church at


I
C

C


DIAJ


iOND


RINGS!


To be Given Away to the Ladies of Marion County


By the Business Houses of Ocalo




ABSOLUTELY FREE.




A number of Ocala's Leading Bs.iness Houses have

decided to give away three valuable prizes to the ladies of

Marion County, and the method to be used in theirdistribu.

tion is a VOTING CONTEST. Each of the firms mentioned


below will issue VOTING


COUPONS to their patron. to


the full value of every purchase made during the contest

on a basis of One Cent a Vote. Ballot boxes will be found

in each establishment represented.


HEL VENSTOW"
4. PASTEUR


DRY GOODS, SHOES, LADIES' AND
GENTS' FURNISHINGS


South of Court House


OC(ALA FURNITURE CO


HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION


North Magnolia Street.


KNIGHT T 4 LA.NG


BUGGIES,


WAGONS,


AND FARM SUPPLIES


North of Court House.


A. E. BURNETT


DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
ETC. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


Merchants' Block


MISS MAR Y AFFLECK"


MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS
......... AND SUPPLIES .........


Munroe & Chambliss Bank Building


SIL VIER TIPPED

LIiVER Y


SPLENDID TURNOUTS. ('C.REFU:.
DRIVERS, BEST OF SERVICE


North Magnolia Street


OCALA ,4E lS 'co


STATIONERY, BLANK BOOK.. ALL
.NEWSPAPERS AND MA;.\AZINES


South Main Street


'YG0A(;E SO.1


W. P. ED 9W RDS


WESTERN AND FLORIDA FRE8H


MEATS AND PRODUCE


City Market


0. A'. GROCERY "


GROCERIES. FEED. (;RA\N FI I '
AND GARDEN SEE D KETC


South Main Street.


THE OCALA BANNER

Printers of all kinds of Stationery, Letter Heads, Note Heads
- Bill Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Busines
Cards, Blank Forms, etc.


NORTH MAIN


In order to give the residents of all sections of the

county an equal opportunity to enter the contest the coun.

ty has bas been divided into;three:sections as follows: Ocals

Section includes the territory within the city limits; North-

ern Section includes all of the county north of the A. C. L.

Railway between Ocala and1Dunnellon, north of the A, C. L

Railway Ocala to Silver Springs, north and west of Silver

Springs run and the Ocklawaha river; Smothern Section, 4aI

the county~south of the dividing line except Ocala.



RULES OFil THE CONTEST


Anyone living within the lines above n.-i in Maon
County is eligible to entry, except that the firms above
mentioned have the right to eliminate anyone who, in their
)pinion, may be undesirable as acontestant, their
No attache of any business house represented
candidate, nor any immediate relative may be a


HARNESS PLUMBERS, TINNERS and DKAIl


ERS IN ALL SUPPLIES


South Main Street


I


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O()CALA


BANNER


THE NEWSPAPER-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCEBNS.'-COWesl.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 4 8 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, May 28. 1909. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR


LoMl and Persona


CLOSING OF OCALA HIGH SCHOOL


iGoddard's Second Mazurka beautiful-
ly.


The first of the graduates to speak
Whb you waat a quick meal, drop was Mr. Walter Liddell of Santos. The
to U m's Cafre, where you'll findH oUti
l io action of One o the Finest Years in History of This Institution Just subject .2 his oration was "The Build-
e. ers of the Constitution," and he han-1
Completed. Splendid Raccalaureate Sermon at Metho- died his subject in a very masterly

lm Car Tydayafternoon todown ta dist Church. Graduating Exercises at Baptist manner. It is a subject of very great
Exercisesdlimportance to young America and Mr.
few days as the guest of Mrs Horace Church. Mr. Robert Anderson Win- Liddell's beautifully written and
Reeva splendidly delivered oration on this
Sner of the Scholarship Medal. Subject met the hearty approval of his
Rev.T. J. Ntimo went down to Suth- friends.
rtIa Priday aftemro to be present Friday was the last day of the reel practical talk, calculated to do a won- Following Mr. Liddell came Mr.
at tap commemcement exercises of Gary Beck of Fellowship, who is an-
at wneers. school days of the term 1908-9 al- derful amount of good if rightfully Gary Beck of Fellowship, who is an-
sethera ColleSe. other very bright youth and who has
though the pupils were required to heeded. He divided his sermon into made a splendid record this year. His
Mrs. J. M. Thompson has returned assemble on Monday to receive their three divisions of study, and told how number was an essay, entitled, "The
bhae from Jacksonville, where she report cards, certificates for entrance one should study to be approved of Japanese in California," a subject on
agsued a pleassat visit with her son into higher classes, etc., but there was their teachers that they might pass which we are all more or less inter-
S daughter-4-aw, Dr. and Mrs. no actual school on that day. into higher grades; how to study and ested, and a subject that has called
Thins C. Thompson. forth many speeches and orations
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday live in the world, and how, finally, to from our most distinguished states
Uai Jess Astlin sad Miss Dorothy were very strenuous ones, as ail ex- meet qie approval or iun greatest of men. Mr. Beck has studied this sub-
ethebier have returned home for the aminations were held on those days, all teachers, God, and to pass the fi- ject very carefully, and his essay con-
ne r wvatumo. Those young girls and when Friday afternoon arrived so nal examinations to enter the eternal tained many valuable suggestions well
are student at the Washington Sem- deep was the sigh of relief of the life, and lastly, how to study and live and logically thought out, and put in
mary at Atlanta. Ga. children that it was almost audible. so as to be like the workman that such a strong way as to make a very
And even if some few did not make needeth not to be ashamed. favorable impression on those who
Mrs. Arthur Izlar has returned high enough marks "to pass," they were Mr. Barnett's sermon was very heard him.
tme from Denmark, 8. C.. where she still glad that the agony was over. greatly enjoyed by his large congre- The songs by the high school cho-
spmt the past tea days moat pleas- Good work has been accomplished gation. rus, assisted by a number of others,
edUy with her grandmother. during the past term. In fact, we The concluding prayer was deliver- were very pretty, and added just the
I think that each year our school is ed by Rev. \V. H. Coleman of the right musical touch to the program,
Mrs. J. O. Luctus and Mrs. C. A. growing better, and the work accom- Christian church,. 4ter which the con- Mrs. D. E. Mclver playing the piano
a returm d bome Friday afternoon polished by the pupils more and more gregation sang "America," which was accompaniments.
from a few days' vtst with the for. praiseworthy. The graduating class followed by the benediction by Mr. The oration of Mr. Robert L. An-
mer-s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas this year have made a wonderful ree- Barnett. derson. Jr., the winner of the gold
Iord, and it is the first time in the School Work Displayed medal, was especially fine and well
history of the school that there have Monday morning, between the hours worthy of the applause it brought
The Rebekah lodge held their reg- been more boys to graduate than girls. of ten and twelve o'clock, many of our for. The speaker used his fine voice
ular monthly meettag Friday night. At. It is also a notable fact that there are citizens visited the two schools and with excellent effect and made a
ier the busaimes session,. which was more boys than girls in the high were greatly interested in the work splendid impression on the audience,
a nost interesting and important one, school department, which is a splen- or exhibition, not only for the way his oration was
_,,_f-,. nto were served. did record. At the primary school the number delivered but for the many splendid


Too much praise cannot be given
Metrs. thlaree Meffert and Mc- Mr. Workman, our very splendid prin-
Phall Melver. who have been attend- cipal, and all of our public school
L the Blagham Military Academy teachers. They are doing a splendid
at AtnevillE. N. C., arrived home Pri- work in Ocala, and one that will bear
4ay morning to spend the summer a.- lasting fruits.
Sto wihh their pareta. The new building for the primary
school this term has been a wonderful
Mv J H Smith, formerly of Fivay, help, as it relieved the crowded con-
s sow with the McKeaa Lumber Comn- edition of the school, and enabled the
peay at Silver Sprtin. Mr. Smith's children all t do much better work
tamll) are still in Ocala with Mrs. than heretofore.
1mith's mother. Mrs. I. L McClure, For the next four months school
uat wUl soon move out to the springs books will be laid away, and we hope
1o rqwide. that the vacation days are going to
0o rnd*, be very happy ones for both the

Mrs N A. Blitch. who has spent teachers and the pupils.
i he lla~ ee months in Tallahassee, It is a matter of very great regret
lea Wednesday for Starke on a visit that Miss Fort and Miss Haley will
To her daughters. Mrs. Blltch made not return to Ocala next fall. They
oma friends during her stay here, are both teachers of the highest type
ho will welcome her back next win- and their resignations are very thor-
r- -Tallaba lee News. roughly regretted, but are unavoidable,
as both have other plans for next

Mr. idward Tucker has returned year. All of the other teachers will
house after a week's business trp to return the first of next October.
I Aiimnati antd Toledo, Ohio, Muncie. Miss Fort's place has been filled
ldianm. and Flint. Michigan. While by Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, who 'low
awan) hi purchased a couple of fine teaches the seventh grade at Bart.iv.
automobile for Ocala citizens. Mr. and who will teach the sixth grade in
Tucker had a splendid trip. Ocala. and Miss Anna E. Richards of
Summerville. S. C. will take M.ss
A bh fir,- was narrowly averted at Haley's place. She is a graduate of
hr M.cKean lumber Company's mill the University of Nashville, a student
a& Sil'-r Springs Friday afternoon. graduate of the University of Ch;cago
A large p.il of slabs caught fire. but and of Columbia College, New York
, th. Iterrtic work of the men the City.
r s,. tai kept trom spreading to the Baccalaureate Sermon
mill. %hich was certainly a piece of Sunday morning the annual baei..-
arta g ----- Methodist church by Rev. R. H. Bar-
Mi t;-org E. Snow of East Lake. nett. pastor of that church.
W %,-t. in Ocala Friday afternoon. The church and annex were packed
returning hoie* from Daytona. where to the doors at this service.
he, attended the annual meeting of the The eight graduates and the teach-
State HIorticultural Associa*ion, whole of the school attended chure in
njo lendid in in hat a body and occupied the front pews.
ome,1> < ity. After the opening hymn a very beau-
b --- tiful prayer was offered by Rev. %\.
Mr and hobert Flynn and litter Jk Dodge of the Presbyterian church
i;alloh and her brother. Masternoon forand the lesson was read by Rev. G. li.
.alkutu Friday aftlerowilon isit Harrison of Grace Episcopal church
uuta. C.a.. whereland Rev. C. C. Carroll of the Baptltw
.he.r ..itr. Mrs. iHll belrt Hester. for ch
S idpll of e ks. CFromi August The special anthem for .hi. boauti-
.,. ill ''t lake' U' Sout h l 'fil service. which haid bh 'n prel ,;i'3r
.,,ti 40l n 1t.. n i ii, niTh rtla- wilder the ,l ir ec'ion of M I Albe'- E.
*i. Go t '** t.rig. was 'xqilaisiltl It',aui iful and


~'. UI t~ ~ i~~il I' IIC his Ihome


U. 'bodiI t~i ll Sin~lI' n~oiitlg.





~ l~i I~m~fle~5hou"' N11'A% 1101 I
i-m netkw~ Just" fill out the %'ou*-
~~~ni' inl tW1.~lhng andt ...eil
ot is at qtt*O This (-01111101 carri' a
%(W ofE~ t~o 10tart with.


\vas fatulless.ly rend'r,'d. hlie service
and music blending moit harmnIious-
I1. The "Gloria' If'roi 1 Mozart's
Twelfth Mlass was the an'thet', aid
with, it was a full orchesTral act'co1i-
pi~niiien:. 1is \Vat\\ mnann playing
'he pipe organ and the' Oeala Concert
orchestra playing the beautiful ac-
tonil animenilt Those singing were the
following: Sopranos. Mrs. Mote. Mrs.
laphain. Mrs. Gerig. Mrs. .Johnson,
Miss Jessilu Martin; altos. Mrs. Mc-
Iver. Mrs. Goin. Mrs. Blake: tenors.
Mr. Gerig. Mr. Cullen. Mr. Dale. Mr.
Martin: bass. Mr. J. J. Gerig. Mr. G.
A & Y...i.


work, drawings, paintings, modelings sentiments it contained. His subject,
in clay, weaving and examples of pen- "The Puritan and the Cavalier," is one
manship from month to month, show- that has always been full of interest
ing the rapid improvement made by and will never pale, and it lost none
these little tots was very excellent, of its force at the hands of Mr. Ander-
and shows the wide extent of the in- son, who is a fine orator, and gradu-
finite pains bestowed on them by their ates not only from his class with first
devoted teachers-Miss Stevens, Miss honors but has made the highest mark
Clark. Miss Mendenhall, Miss Taylor, in the entire high school department.
and their two assistants, Miss Pansy Following Mr. Anderson was Mr.
Souter and Miss Mary Gates. Marion Pelot, who declaimed Phillips'
It will be impossible for us oo men- Napoleon, a very famous classic. Mr.
tion the work of any particular child Pelot's oration, while not an original
among so many, but suffice it ,to say one, gave evidence of the close study
that it was all such good work that he had given it and of his excellent
the parents of every child are delight- memory as well. His voice was clear
ed with the work being accomplished and distinct, and his friends were
and so attractive is the work made very proud of him and loudly applaud-
at the primary school that the chil- ed him when he concluded.
dren all love it. George MacKay, a violin pupil of
At the high school building, in two Miss Connor, and who is one of the
of the up-stairs rooms, a great deal finest of the young violinists of the
of the year's work of the ,entire school city, played very beautifully a selec-
was attractively displayed. There tion entitled "Schwabisches Volk-
were drawings, mathematics, scientific steid."
drawings, physiology drawings, Eng- The historian of the class was Miss
lish history, geography, Latin and Adele Bittinger, and she made a decid-
French papers, spelling lessons, maps, ed hit with her many funny desserta-
botanical illustrations, stories, etc. ;tions, embracing in rhyme and prose
In Miss Turnley's class, the bixth the failings and shortcomings of the
grade, the drawings of Olivia Toffa- different members of the class. Her
letti, Gladys Drake, Spurgeon Ausley, remarks were well worded and
Lois Dame, Alfred MacKay and Gladys brought forth many hearty laughs
Martin have received especial praise, from those she was painting the his-
although there are many other very tory of, as well as the audience.
beautiful drawings., j Miss Maggie Lytle of Stanton was
Particularly noticeable in Miss Bor-i the class poet and delivered a beau-
ger's room are the examples in physio- tiful poem, which stamps her as a
logical drawings, made this year by poet of the highest order. Miss Lytle
Cecil Geiger and Robert Clarkson. has the distinction of being the small-


which have been framed, and make est member of the class. but in her ways be remembered by them as a
very handsome pictures. standing in her class she is anything; happy termination of their graduation
The work of the high school depart- but small, her marks always being day.
ment was very fine and shows conclu- among the highest, and she has now I
sively that there are no better stu- won for herself additional laurels as IT COSTS MONEY TO PAINT
dents nor a better public school in a poet. -
the state. Mr. Phil Robinson, president of the ((sts mort if you don't. Your
Shous w a-_ our if not painted. Then
.' lwr nr --"'rt'u 1 .... ne k_


ture


prettier nor more inspiring pic- elass o
could be imagined than that prophecy. which


teliveredu Me ciass
was full of humor


made by the graduating class of the and dealt with the future of each
Ocala High School Monday evening member of the class. His style ap-
at the Baptist church. The three pealed to all who heard it as licdii'rous
lovely young girls, in their beautiful as it was impossible and delightful.
girlish white graduating gowns and Miss Lucile Moore continued th tnim
the five manly boys, vieing in looks when she delivered the class will. lHer
with the girls of the class, and the distribution of the various school
right faces of all showing that they books, trinkets., nT'.enio'-. iet.. and
realized the great importance of the slf e included in 1he _il: liiiivy to) the
evening to them. teacher- an'old impis of titw lower
Occupying places on the prn-'ilv grade-<.
the-coratedt, sage with the cla(hss wa The delii\er\ (t h>' 'l:i-s history .
toe po!iular principal of thte sen( oo'! ,f!;-' : ; .ar la >' < ir' ip e'-, aind (lass
Mr. John H. \Workman. Mr. Burford. will added th,, 'Iropriir ;)mo!t Iof (pic''
Mr. Dodge. Mr. Barnett. iMr. Brinson. and giijgr to th,. *vninz's e.iinrtaini-
Mr. Duval and Mr. Suhrie. men'.
The teachers of the school an ih.' One of the he-autil! feaItur of the
parents and special friends of t th .ven.in. was the piano solo hy Miss
graduates occupied the front .seats Nollie Gottlieb. ('hanminade's iovely
and every seat in the house was oc- "Spinning Wheel."
cupied, many standing in the rear of Prof. A. L. L. Suhrie of l)eLand.
the church and in the aisles, dean of the normal dleparitment of
As the class took their seats there Stetson l'niversity, was next introduc-
was a murmur of appreciation, and ed and delivered a very masterly ad-


it cos15ts, moev to re-pair B and(] ionwy
p )laintl it. Itsdon't ucontmuch nruon-
Sto Patitlt with Phs' I.- & MI. Pain'
bocais 4 ~ gatlulL.onsft b'' I-.& 11. ciWad
!Z,1l1011s of I. i~ 'l Oil m a kb'- 7 z~~'-
Ioins (If '"htJal* utiit it 'inh:
if! .241 ,rV'jz! I II h h- I -

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'ht':ih;;%.' :iov-4i 'To)Oc'ala and w;','
make this ('j~vtVIhtj'lo~ir M.NIr. VYttiiz-


tuost A'siz'able rit izeits. Th,-'v ar.,o,
(ljpint\ i. the hot's 'in (k'I~waha av-
'-imi.'.*-c~tI.- .ceiipio-'.I by Mr. and


AN AKRON MAN.
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and was full of meaning to the young
people about to graduate. His speech
was replete with splendid thought and
was expressed in very beautiful lan-
guage. We regret that we cannot
give his address in full, as we were un-
able to obtain it from Prof. Suhrie, he
speaking without notes.
Our new superintendent of public
instruction, Mr. J. H. Brinson, was se-
lected to deliver the diplomas to the
young graduates, which he did in a
very pleasing manner.
Next came the presentation of the
gold medal that is awarded each year
by the board of public instruction to
the pupil in the high school depart-
ment making the best scholarship for
the entire term. Of course the pupils
and their friends were greatly inter-
ested in who had won the medal and
were on the qui vive of excitement.
Mr. L. W. Duval, who is one of our
best known young lawyers and who
makes exceedingly clever speeches,
delivered the medal and did it well, as
he does all things. The remarks he
made were bright and amusing, and
when he announced the winner of the
medal, Mr. Robert L. Anderson, Jr., it
was met with a most enthusiastic re-
sponse. Mr. Anderson's average for
the year was a fraction over 96 per
cent. Miss Mabel Beck of Fellowship
and Miss Helen Brown ran Mr. An-
derson a very close race, and the dif-
ference between their averages is only
a hair's breadth, and their friends are
exceedingly proud of them. All three
made averages above 96 per cent., the
fraction of 1 per cent. deciding the
winner.
Mr. Robert A. Burford presided at
the commencement exercises, and did
his duty most gracefully.
The stage was very pettily decorate.
ed with yellow and black ribbons, 0.
H. S. pennants and beautiful ferns,
and each of the graduates were al-
most hidden under the oceans of flow-
ers they were given. The graduates
also received many handsome gifts. |
After the concluding chorus, "Forth
We Go." the benediction was pro-
nounced by Mr. Barnett and the his-
tory of the class of '09. as far as the
Ocala High School is concerned, was
over.
The Graduates Given a Supper
After the graduation exercises the
members of the graduating class were
given a very lovely supper by Mr. and
Mrs. Robert L. Anderson, in compli-
ment to their son, who won the schol-
arship medal.
The guests were seated at the !able
in the dining room, where the appoint-
ments were perfect. In th<- center of
the table was a beautiful vase of reses
and at each place was a quotation on
life, being most appropriate to these
young people, who are about to em-
bark on the sea of life.
A two-course supper, including sal-
ad and its accompaniments, followed
by ice cream and cake, was beautiful-
ly served and greatly enjoyed by the
happy class.
As a souvenir of this memorable oc-
casion each one of the young ladies
was INPresented a lovely silk sewing bag
and the gentlemen handsome purses.
The supper given by Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson to the graduates will al-


CO-mPIRaTIV[ lOUN NTEIST liNIrU.I.
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.. W.ILL.AmV. m,
Mr. Willism P. Ste sse, TOsbnr m
Akron, Oh:o. writes:
"I have been troubled Ae w
rears with clstr oft 1 te a-a&
II fve used diTeremt patenstEdta-
;', no effe<-,. whatever, a"d have e
Lored considerable with ftaly de.M
-.Sometimlts his tr t VOu I
lic-ve me for a few weeks, bt
eventually have to go beak to blgi
t hat had kept up for several years
'" was advised t a-e ~iM ,
bave taken three bottles Never
so good in my life. Am go~ag to Co
tinue using it. Wouldn't be wvit
out it in the houme. IwWll mtsl o
ommend ft to any one amied wtl
ctlarrli of stoina.'h, or stomach tru e
of any kind."
The atove is an oft-repeated
Troubled for years with ehroas e n
tarrh. Tritd diiercel remedies a
doctorss to no ava;l. 'Prm was a
1 ised by friends. Instant rell e7le
rienced. 6reat gratituds to le rnr
expressed. This, in brief, it a story
that is repeated to us a great ma
tiine every year.
No one gould be la toeuh with -W
vast correspondence for o0n me-ab
without beinXg impressed with the abbe
ce. ity and truthful-ies of these kild d
I testimonials.
Peruna prom'pty produces am a
ti:t, corr'tts (ai..estion a relieve
st,'nahb difli "ut: eo that hav*e is6
o her tron'm


THE BAND CONCERT

The weekly band concert last wee
was truly delightful, more so tmam
ual on account of the perfect weettr.
The crowd was much larger tha m
the previous Friday night on asee@=
of the more formidable weather.
The children playing about the
court bouse, the dozens of ateon
biles whizzing around, and the tlear
crowds on the Ocala House piassaa"
in the court house square, listealog
to the music, and the splendid usan
rendered by our magnificent bead NM
combined to make the evening a r& t
treat to our people, and to the mamy
visitors to the city as well.
The program was an unusually
splendid one, and was as follows:
March, "The Crisis"-R. B. Hall
Waltzes, "Belle of Seville"-J. I
Lampe.
Intermezzo Two-Step, "The Trou-
badour"-W .C. Powell.
Selection, "The Prince of Pisea."
Intermission.
March, "Coontown Parad*-"-B. G.
McFall.
"Southern Breezes" (a tone picture)
-F. P. Atherton.
March, Two-Step, "Silver Heels"-
.1. B. Lampe.
M11dlevy Overtiur'. Hlaze Away"-
-M. F. Smith.

Mr. R. A. Burford and Mis Mary
Burfor 1 arrived omn* PFriday after
noon from Nashville. Tenn. Mies. Br-
ford was graduate on Wednvsday
from Belmont Coll..', an that city.
and h*r father ~Went uip to h*' pres*.-nt
at her graduation and rfturnd home
with h-r. .liss F'lrf rd,. who ti oae
of the lov liesT n,'mhuiIr.., of O jla's
yonng s'i.'w.tv .. will t, -hown -asmy
pirry atte, ntions ,y h. r 'ri*t nd n
are -o ,' lightr.! rtoj r.t.. h.'r a' a.ome


Mrs. *ilirh. li ngi o, 't, oir,.-..r of
la In, otar s' (n.f o I stre? has
oi- t') Lakeland 'n1 a i., of ie'v.'v.
al weeks.










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VOLUME 44, NUMBER 48


.OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, May 28. rgog.


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DRUG STORE


Mr. 0. B. Howe bas returned home
ftm his settle re ear Ki-simemee,
020 hbe has bees for nearly two


Mr. Jim Brow went up to Mican-
aW Saturday to see his father, Mr.
Go& B. lDrewn, who Is lying in an ex-
tr-eawy eftleal COedtto0 .

Capt. J. B. Marti, Mr. A. J. Harrell
ead Mr. Nick Fort of Oklawaha were
vtiites o Ocala Saturday, and all
rat home oa the afternoon train.
ab
MeNls to carload lots have been
pase through Ocala slace Tuesday.
They are very e meloas, too. The
sim ram well. sad good prices are


Mies Mna Hiller. formerly of this
rity. but mnowof Birmiaham. Ala-
baa will leave early tI June for Eu-
rpe wob a party of frtends. She will
remal brod al summer.

Mima Miriam Pateur. who has been
teals ain Palatha, returned home
Saturday afternoon. She had a most
weasful year and is one of our most
athslmtie aad devoted teachers.

Mrs. Charles K. Sage and cnlidren
have goe to Lake Weir, where they
Bave takes a bomse for the summer.
Mr. S g will 0o down every week to
his family.

Major 1.. T. Islar has been given the
r of introducing the sponsor of
gti l Chapter to the brigade of
C('dhferale' Vetereis at the meeting
Ie Orala June 2nd and 3rd.

Mr W. W Wilsoa of Gainesville,
who has one of the loveliest orange
grov ther- is oa the south shores of|
lake. *eir. went down Saturday af-


,MISS LUCILE MOORE'S LOVELY
PARTY FOR THE GRADUATES


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JUNIOR ENDEAVQRERS GIVEN DE.
LIGHTFUL PARTY

One of the pleasantest children's
parties given in Ocala recently was
the one on Friday afternoon, when
Mrs. Coleman, wife of Rev. W. H.
Coleman of the Christian church, en-
tertained the Junior Christian En-


The class of 1909 of the Ocala High
School have certainly been charming-
iy feted on the eve of their graduation
and it will always be a season to
which they can look back with great
pleasure, not only because of the
splendid work they have accomplish-
ed, but on account of the lovely par-
ties that have been tendered them.
Among those that they will look
back upon as one of the most pleas-
ant was the party which Miss Lucile
Moore gave for them Friday night.
Receiving with Miss Moore, who
wore a lovely white party frock, were
her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Moore, and afetr being g eeted by
them they were served punch by Mrs.
Ethan Allan Hickson of Lake City, an
aunt of the hostess. The punch table
was very pretty in its adornment of
yellow and black ribbon, ferns and
Marechal Niel roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haygood of
Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Allan
Wheelus Bridges also assisted the
pretty young hostess in the pleasant
duties of entertaining.
Miss Moore's guests included only
the class and Mr. Clarence Meffert,
who has been a member of the class
until the present term, when he went
away to college. Mr. and Ms. C. L.
Bittinger. parents of Miss Adele Bit-
tinger, one of the graduates, were also
present. It was greatly regretted


deavorers and some of their young i that the high school teachers, owing
friends. About thirty little folks to the finishing up of their year's
w'work, were not able to be present at
were present, and they spent very o
merry and happy afternoon ..layingM N th
together. This party was Especially much ijoyeI by the young people.
toether. This ar was illy The parlor was prettily decorated
delightful for the children, as their The parlor was prettily decorated
me hna l,,,i tip. for, t o.w. ,re *, r a, I with numerous bowls of Marechal
W4chool duti~ for the ear were at. an, i.


end, and their only thought was for
a happy vacation time, which was
having such a very pleasant begin
ning.
All kinds of games were played,
both indoors and in the yard, and
helping Mrs. Coleman in seeing that
every child was having the best of
times were Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Weth-
erbee, Mrs. Whitfield and Miss Vivian
Dame.
During the afternoon Mrs. Coleman
served strawberries, ice cream, cake
and lemonade, which part of the par-
ty, needless to say, was greatly en-
joyed by the little folks.
The afternoon spent with Mr. and
Mrs. Coleman was one of a great deal
of pleasure to those thirty happy lit-
tle children.


The tile roofing for the
building was begun last


government
Friday and


the workmen had a hot day for it,
but notwithstanding which good pro-
gress was made. The pebble dash is
also being applied to the chimneys
and top story, and the exterior finish
will soon be completed. The work on
the grounds is also nearly completed,
and soon all work will be confined to
the plumbing and interior finish. The


Niels and yellow and black 0. H. S.
pennants, and yellow butterflies.
One of the pleasant amusements of
the evening was the writing of alliter-
ative telegrams, which proved to be a
great deal of fun. Pretty and appro-
priate prizes were given for this con-
test.
Dominoes were also played after
this amusing contest, and for a short
time afforded much pleasure.
The dining room was very prettily
decorated with Marechal Niels, sun-
flowers and black-eyed Susans.
The graduates were seated at the
table, and an elegant supper served.
The place cards were yellow pen-
nants, with .--.e letters in black and
tied with black rilbon. In the center
of the table was a tall cut glass iase
of Marechal Nie! roses resting in a
large cut glass bowl, which was also
filled with ih"se lovely roses. About
the table were small dishes of lovely
home-made candies. First was served
chicken salad, olives, pickles. cheese
sandwiches. and on each plate was a
big tomato with mayonaise dressing.
f'he next course was black and yellow
cream. the black being chocolate and
the yellow frozen custard, and yellow
and black cake.


ternoom to give it an Inspection, and building ought to be completed before1 i 'l itseau -.i' sVu -pr wu -
to enoy tbhe cool zephyrs of the lake. fall. It is splendidly constructed in joyed and was a most fitting conclu-
every way and the plans and specifi- sion to an evening of great enjoyment.
Mr. W H Hopkins. representing the cation? have been very rigidly follow- The unavoidable absence of Mr.
Jacktonville Jewelry and Loan Com. ed. It is near a fire-proof building as Robert Anderson was greatly regret-
psay. was in Ocala Saturday. He is can be made. The flag still oats ted.
sow a resident of the metropolis, and from its dome and Ocala is very; Tonignt Mr. Marion Pelot enter-
UIte st everyone else cannot help proud of it. tains tile graduates and Monday night
but t,-ll of its amazing growth. after the graduating exercises Mr.
Mr. W. E.' Yocum. formerly of Robert Anderson will give them a
Those Candler peaches are like Washington. was in the city on a visit I supper.
-tbe ham what am"-they are the fin- to his sister, Mrs. William T. Gary.
*. there is. Beside which the Ceor- Mr. Yocum graduated from the I ni-I ENSIGN BURFORD AT HOME
gta lberta. in everything except size. versity of Florida when it was locat- --
mS beatt finish. The Candler ed at Lake City, and was known asi Ensign Robert Allen Burford of the
Pabc re y posseses the flavor, the Florida Agricultural College. and New Jersey. U. S. N.. is at home with
was a classmate of Mr. Gary. who is his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bur-
Mr. rs.o C. A. Brown expect to now his brother-in-law. Mr. Yocum ford, for a few weeks' furlough. En-
4er mt part of *June for their expects to locate in Florida. and will sign Burford was expected home last
tor e at Bak-rstiehl. ('al. accompany his parents. Dr. and Mrs. week, but stopped over at Nashville.
tb ij % will acain -,.i.l,. They ;. F. Yocum. who leave after the Tenn., where he spent several days
he -4p ebs in O-alla htul have ,,il.' o~',heir orange grove at Eagle Lake. Mr.. Since his last visit home, when he was
i uru vto(caiiformia 14or i u. Yocuri is a plea-ain yo,,ni gentle a midshipman, he has been promoted
uI 1 man al.I wt.in Ocala tor several to the position of ensign, and he has
UTwNu Woen y W i at (ome lays. .4ircl,,1d the globe with the !reai
ake ibs yp e" ado ttrters. Hogan's Aminrican battleshp fleet.
akh e placs hb y mai The .sit of Messrs. Clark and Ray Ensimn Burforl's trip was one of the
P t--e VA.---- ivs. the Dutton Phosphate Companyn marvels of the age. and was a wonder-
SR 1. Keating has returned occupied the attention of the circuit tul opportunity for so young a man as
ho~o after an .bsenoc of two weeks., court again all day yes-terday The he is now just twenty-one years old.
wrkht he *sw'* ata Hendersonvill(. N. witnesses for the defense have all having graduated from the naval acad-
C. As evjIe. Cinecinnti. and en route testified and the complainant's wit- e:ny before he was twenty.
bw b stopped over in Atlanta fpr nesses will begin testifying today. It
a ay aad sw the great Elks parade is hoped that the case will reach the TO THE PATRONS OF THE
duu" the av retion in that city. jury in time for a decision to be made SCHOOL
today. However, the impression pre-
alaMe Parr"ar ha announced'vails that wbichver side wins an ap-! All patrons and friends of the Ocala


MR. MARION PELOT'S PARTY FOR
THE GRADUATES 4

Another'lovely party to be added to
those given for the class of '09, 0. H.
S.. was given them Saturday night
by Mr. Marion Pelot at his home on
Watula street.
The entire Pelot home was very
elaborately decorated with beautiful
garlands of black and yellow crepe pa-
per, big sunflowers, black-eyed Susans,
Marechal Niel roses and beautiful
growing yellow cannas, and all about
the house were placed beautiful ferns.
The front veranda was screened off
and very prettily decorated, and here
refreshing punch was served by Miss
Dora May Pelot from a very attractive
table.
Mr. Pelot was assisted by his two
sisters, Misses Evelyn and Carriele-
lot. his aunt, Miss Josie Williams. and
Miss Nellit Stevens, and the only
guests besides the graduates were
Misses Helen Brown, Annie Atkinson,
Hope Robinson and Mr. Carlisle Iz-
lar, all of whom have entertained the
graduates, and the host's brother, Mr.
John Pelot. The teachers of the high
school department were also included
in Mr. Pelot's list of invitations.
An inverted spelling match and a
needle threading game were two of
the very amusing features of this very
pleasant evening and proved a great
deal of fun to the young people.
The prizes were pretty silver paper
cutters, the one for the boys having
a dog handle, and the one for the
girls ornamented with two small mice.
Each of the guests was given a
small booklet, which will be a very
pretty souvenir of this very pleasant
evening. On the cover of the booklets
was painted in yellow the class insig-
nia and on it in black were the letters
"0. H. S.-'09." Inside the book was
the name, the class motto, the class
flower, and the class colors, and there
were several blank pages for the au-
tographs of each of the guests.
During the evening very elaborate
and delicious refreshments were serv-
ed. The salad was served on nastur-
tium leaves, and with it were olives,
sandwiches, etc. The black and yel-
low cream was served in heart-shaped
ramekins, and black and yellow home-
made candies were served in pretty
little black and yellow baskets.
At the conclusion of the evening Mr.
Pelot cut for his guests a tremendous
watermelon, which his father bad sent
up from his place at Owens. It was a
perfectly beautiful melon and was one
of the greatest treats that has yet
been tendered the graduates.
Miss Dora Pelot and Miss Mary
Phillip3 assisted in serving, and the
entire evening was one of very great
pleasure.
SPONSORS FOR THE REUNION IN
OCALA

Miss Tillie Pasteur of Stanton has
been appointed by Brigadier General
Long as brigade sponsor for the re-
union to be held in Ocala June 2no


greatly enjoyed. Miss Ethel Robinson
"putted" her ball in the fewest num-
ber of strokes, and was given as a
prize a very pretty little golf clock.
There were also several tables of
bridge, and the prize in this game was
won by Mrs. 0. T. Green. It was a
small clock, similar to the one won
by Miss Robinson.
During the afternoon the hostess
served iced tea, dainty sandwiches
tied with green ribbons, and a sprig
of parsley, caramel cake and pepper-
mints from a prettily appointed tea
table spread under one of the big oaks.
Throughout the hours of this tea
Mrs. Scott's guests had a thoroughly
lovely time, and were unanimous in
praise of the novelty and delightful-
ness of her party.
Mrs. Scott's guests were the follow-
ing: Mrs. Rapalje, Mrs. Holcomb, Mrs.
King, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Chazal. Mrs.
G. K. Robinson, Mrs. Green, Mrs.
Hardaker, Mrs. William Anderson,
Mrs. Crom, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. Potter,
Mrs. McKean, Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mrs.
Holder, Mrs. Austin, Misses Esther
Weathers, Ethel Robinson, Minnie
Gamsby, Valeta Potter, Alice Bullock,
Margaret and Mamie Taylor and Mr.
Rapalje, Mr. King, Mr. Stephen Jew-
ett. Judge D. S. Williams. Mr. G. K.
Austin and Mr. Scott.

Miss Bessie MacKay has returned
home from Atlanta, Ga., where she
has been for a month as the guest of
Miss Emma Scott at the Washington
Seminary, from which institution of
learning she is a graduate. Miss
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and 3-rd. and Miss Pasteur has select- MacKay attended Atl anta s ig ay
ed as her maid of hnoor Miss Sue An- musical festival, which was one of the OCALA, r -
most superb affairs of th, kipd ever --
on' R h old in the south an't her vi.-it was DR. L. F. BLA'.OCK.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Buiirford has ,-
been asked to be the sponsor for the ade very lasart by he m roug DENTIST
friends she made in Atlanta during
Marion County Camp, but her maid of
1Ionor has not yet been selected. er colge ys Office over Commercial aa
'Miss Florence Walers will repre
Mis Florence Waters will repre- Dr. H. G. Spooner of Stanton was in Phone 211.
sent the Dickison Chapter. Daughters Ocoa; Satutrd.av. IHe cane up for the
of the Confederacy. and Miss Grace rpo of ying a casket fo CHARLES D. HULBERTM. .
Hatchell will be her maid of honor. h!if ouse servant ho had ben----
These are all very lovely youn 1' 1fihfil hots si'van. who had b.en HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN AP
These are all very lovely youn in his family for a number of years:
dies, and will reflect great credit po, h n faithful to every trut SURGEON
the yotmg womanhood of our ci'y. ,.,sl in her. She ,iied sudd eny ofr -
The presentation of these sponsor' a'.-;,,, x Fridlav iight.. Office: Second floor Munroe & Cha n
and thcirFridsao inonrfwi. 'Ofbic:SeBankdBfloo Mng.oeala, Via.


and their maids of honor will he one ,
of the pleasing events of th- rm'n;i",'
and will take plact, on th, o i, nmini ,)r
the second of June.

Mrs. \ 11. rahali sp'. .- :' a
\viili 'ri '. ;i< ('; t'I"r's Pi')nl. !
was 'hi' "!hi 1,ir!'lhd y of1 Mr. ('C.rt'r
and a number of his chi.ldr!*i mnl r-!i-
*i\-s ",'.r' pr'-, n lt o n tjoy th ( day
itbh. him. Ht' i-s )11' 4o) (,o r !iione'r
citizens andI was a citizen of Oca'a he-
forp the outbreak of the civil war. andi
has a number of friends scattered all
over the county who will be glad to
extendI to him their congrat'ulation-.


Mr. W. D. Taylor reached home Sat-
urday morning from his trip through L
#1-. --at* "a I a. n-pj^Mvrna* f] t~ *hjVi rl


'.l:n in Ocala dnm't forgett Hogau's
P :;", He will do all in his power
'o make ;t p;1.asanrt fr "orou. Hogan.
wthi -', man. x

i !nt',r<) who r'-isted tr"-'sr W\vas
:'ld at 'rV\ 'ir" P V-k MAtidl.av et' is:
'1!ip;Os il ito 'I t '"'!r i 'i\ hli -hit
ainld ki!h'l rh 'l-oui ', sh'ritT orf I' r-
nianlo coluliy, at Fi.iyv. $oii' ,e\ k l-;-
ago. The sheriff of that (co'inv was
.vired to and requlest-ed 'o (coo o this
county to view the corpse for rthe pur-
plose of identification.


bliss Bank Building. Ocala. Fla.
Telephones: Office, 154; residemae .
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m.: 2 to 4 p.
m.; 7:30 to 8.30 p. m.

MIr. andI M'rs. A. P-lot earan** sup
.rTO! Ow-1 ,ns. o '.*e ps r ;I th- t ra
nation of thi.ir sor '.Ir Marion Pv-
'Io. \lonral right Mr .ohn PePot of
.lacksonviille mwa a;i diown for the
railtuation exercises. Mr.I Mralon Pe-
o;: vwill go 'it) to .ia.-k] onville i OOU to
'.'.-ork to Mr S. A Rawls idnring theo
rmmier. after whi(b he will co to eat
ie(e to study dentistry.


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WHAT A BANK DOES
There are many ways in which it serves
the public, but the one now most valuable
perhaps, is to help with loans. We will
meet the neecd of conservative borrowers

The Munroe & Chambliss B



MRS. SCOTT GIVES LOVELY
CLOCK GOLF TEA ]OR A

Mrs. Gordon S. Scott entertained
about twenty-five of her lady friends
at a very delightful clock golf tea Sat- .
urday afternoon on the golf links.
This delightful informal tea was
given for Mrs. Ernest H. RapaIje and
her guests, Mrs. Holcomb and Mrs.
King, of Arcadia, three unusually
charming and attractive women.
The afternoon on the links was a
truly enjoyable one in every way. A
delightful breeze blew all tile while,
and the pretty women in their lovely
summer frocks in groups here and
there about the links, with an occa-
sional man here and there, formed a O
most attractive picture.
Assisting Mrs. Scott were Mrs. John
Taylor, Mrs. E. L. Carney, Misses Mar-
garet and Mamie Taylor, Valeta Potter
and Alice Bullock.
Quite a number of the ladies spent
the time playing clock golf, which was OCATLA, FLA


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.PLAM OP 40 OF OUR TEACO- LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
E -S ---
SThe regular monthly meeting of the
Miss Ssie Port aad Mis Lacy Ha- union was held at the Weirsdale
ley left Tueaday afiteruon for Dayto- church on the rt-ernoon of the 20th.
-as Beach, where they will spend sev- The president. Mrs. Lawrence Jones,
d eral days with Mrs. J. B. Wilcox and presided; Miss Lottie Black, secretary
Mim Mamie Wilcox before going to protem.
their Tenanesee homes the last of the; Meeting was opened by reading of
f week. They will neither one return scripture and prayer.
to Ocala next fall. A letter was read from Miss Minnie
r Tuesday afternoon Miss Georgia E. Neal, president of the Florida State
Borger left for her home at Lake City, Union, in regard to the omission of
where she will spend the summer with the Jacksonville Times-Union to pub-
e her family lish the report of the W. C. T. U.
- Miss Ella Mendenhall has gone to work.


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mr A P. O en and Mrs Ben Mrs. Harvey Clark and Mrs. Dozicr.
own be up t 6 00 ay-athy of
~M to i hbTereavesmant that THE CRIMINAL COURT DOCKET
l -- tham ft the t othed heir ----
Mr. iank t m% at Oxford. This week will be given to the trial
ta M -D d brother they have of criminal cases. The following nam-
u h a ewt menths Mr. Braest ed persons constitute the regular jury
was a splendid t mgyo fellow, panel for the week, viz: J. M. Mar-
is death is dseeer-y eV- shall, J. N. Blackburn, A. C. Cobb, R.
Wf is O ee Meof hlsads. H. Sanders, J. W. Perkins, J. A.
Strickland, G. W. Cleveland. W. B.
VW sof Ocala and throughout Livingston. R. J. Chapman. S. E.
a y m M ht hbe laterested in; Smith. J. C. Wyckoff, W. C. Jeffords.
oft a pedal White Goods and There were four cases tried Mon-
I s-ae w On at Helven- day, viz:
ars. The prices, when: The state of Florida vs. Henry Ben-
ARy o f the ods Is considered, nett and Joe Willis, breaking and en-
to a a stre appeal to tering. Bennett was convicted; Wil-
41e1 whM to save the ntckethlis acquitted.
I V n tima. Read the cap- The state of Florida vs. Joe Lee,
gptg8 breaking and entering. Acquitted.
The state of Florida vs. Henry Cin-
t Mr V.. WI te MOf Co1 @Ml, e pM gleton, criminal assault upon a female
Iat-V.r I- Otesm Company.| child. Found guilty.
B f m a1 at C aernm In the One case was nol pressed.
- W. as& a vi terto ar city yee- A special venire of forty was drawn
M, W was a Ghrms resaidat of from the box for the trial of two mur-
f entdt ter es was a m*eber der cases, which is expected to be
O* oB fTW O& M Priece & d a -reached some time this week.
t1 Taa p isa M friends
& e t tht epprtunalty of see- From Wednesday's Daily.
I CIRCUIT COURT TUESDAY
[ tsIL IL S.MNa gene to Gaine- Circuit court was busy until about
S Atim"ta, where she will 11 o'clock yesterday, when it took a
w a s~o time. She is seem- recess until this morning, when the
rtp r1- am e bert o this murder trial of Albert Smith and Isa-
SMrt. aB M eIWtrmd yesterday bella Draft will begin. A special ven-
, jSvi e hao it accompan- ire of forty was summoned yesterday
W INW. Nai a M aster Robert that from which to select the jury.
rS 4m M* W L RBadrs abseece, her Our readers are familiar with this
, M.U ThieiMUes of IAve Oak eae as the murder only occurred a
Switch Mi Carrie Wiltiams. few weeks ago. and it was fully re-
corded in these columns. Draft was
-U11. a Lou svTrle. Ky, a the husband of Isabella, and was a
hs a a ef Mr. Jake Brown ad preacher. He was met on the high-
l No to h wM Sr. -m- mand to way it is supposed by Smith at the
Simi o ifa m ha ~'andm teo instance of the wife, and murdered.
SShe is supposed to have furnished
he h e s wi thed 5I Smith with Draft's own gun.
S03d Ims* the Me si Before adjournment yesterday John
W Ms- I r H.e says that Ore was tried for breaking an-I en-
haI t aa than he ever terlag and was acquitted.
d Or W SaA1M at* Mr.t Tt e Julia Ormond was tried for mayhem
aftbo &MU be M=. t lte and mas convicted. 8he threw acid in
i -w -L^ bw- n t- i another woman's face with the intem-


A letter was read from Rev. E. G.
McKinley, pastor of the church thank-
ing the union for a gift of five dollars
for the church.
Paper on "Christian Citizenship"
was read by Mrs. E. S. Upham, and
one by Mrs. J. F. Simpson on "Train-
ing Children in Good Manners in the
Home." A paper on "Being Social"
by Mrs. Allan Cameron was read by
Miss Lottie Black, Mrs. Cameron not
being able to be present.
It was voted to adopt Christian cit-
izenship work, and Mrs. E. S. Upham
was elected president of the depart-
ment.
It was voted to observe the second
anniversary of the organization of the
union in June, by giving an entertain-
ment.
A discussion on socials was joined
in by Mrs. A. M. Reed, Miss McMa-
han, Mrs. P. M. Oleson, Mrs. E. S. Up-
ham and President Jones.
The next regular meeting of the un-
ion will be held at the church on June
16th at 2:45 p. m.
MRS. E. S. UPHAM,
Press Correspondent.


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Eustis to join her mother, and they
will spend the summer there and at
other places In south Florida, with
relatives.
Mims Ettle Carn will Wave the last
of the week for her home near Talla-
hassee, and late in the summer she
will take a pleasure trip.
Miss Sarah McCreery will remain in
Ocala for about three weeks longer
and will then go to her home in Nash-
ville, Tenn., for the summer.
Miss May Turnley will be in Ocala
for about a fortnight Later on she
will probably go to Tennessee to visit
relatives.
Mr. J. H. Workman, principal of the
Ocala High School, will remain in
Ocala until the middle of June, and
will then go to Gainesville, wheie he
will teach in the normal school for six
weeks, and will then go to his home
at Southside, Tennessee, to remain
until the last of September, when he
will return to Ocala.

MISS DOZIER ENTERTAINS

Miss Edna Dozier was the gracious
hostess at the weekly meeting of the
Young Ladies' Bridge Club TuQsday
afternoon.
These meetings are always enjoya-
ble and help to pass away the long af-
ternoons in a very happy manner.
As several of the members were out
of town Miss Dozier only had three
tables, and for two hours the ever
fascinating and popular game of
bridge was enjoyed.
Miss Dozier, assisted by Mrs. Ber-
nard Seligman. served most delicious
tomato salad, olives, egg sandwiches
and wafers, followed by refreshing
cherry cream and cake.
The scores were all unusually high,
and It was found that among the mem-
bers Miss Anne Mixon had made the
highest, and she was given an ex-
ceedingly pretty fan. Among the vis-
itors Mrs. Harvey Clark had the high-
est score and she was presented with
an exquisitely dainty hand-made
Dutch collar, the work of the clever
hostess.
Those who enjoyed this delightful
meeting with Miss Dosies were Misses
Sue Anderson, Alice Bullock, Etta
Hood, Grace Hatchell. Annie Atkinson,
Leafy Sylvester, Anne Mixon, Edith
McGuire, Mrs. Bernard Seligman,


Teachers' training schools, begin,
ning on Monday, June 28th, 1909, and
continuing for a term of 'six weeks,
will be conducted at Gainesville and
Tallahassee for white teachers, and
at the colored normal school at Talla-
hassee for colored teachers.
These schools will be co-education-
al. Tuition will be free, and board
can be had at a nominal figure.
The legislature of 1909 did not
make an appropriation for defraying
the traveling expenses of teachers in
attendance upon these schools, con-
sequently those who attend will have
to pay their own transpOrtation.
However, an effort will be made by
the state superintendent of public in-
struction to secure a one-third fare
for the return trip.
The instructors for the white
schools, who are specialists in their
respective lines, will be selected from
among the principals of the senior
high schools and tke leading colleges
and universities of the state.
The corps of instructors for the col-
ored teachers' summer training
school will be the best that can be
had for the character of work to be
done.
In addition to the professional train-
ing offered by each summer school,
an opportunity will be given those in
attendance to prepare for any grade
of certificate authorized under the
law. After the close of the term, be-
ginning on Monday, August 9th, in
Gainesville and Tallahassee, examina-
tions will be given applicants for
state, primary and special certificates.
For information concerning the
school to be conducted at Gainesville,
write Dr. A. A. A. Marphree. principal,
Tallahassee, Fla., or Maj. W. L. Floyd.
Gainesville, Fla.
For information concerning the col-
ored school, write Prof. N. B. Young,
Tallahassee, Fla.
Very respectfully yours.
J. H. BRINSON, Supt.

MARTEL W. C. T. U.


The Martel W. C. T. U. met


last


Wednesday evening and the follow-
ing program was endered:
Opening song, "America."
Reading, Isa. v.-Rev. Nease.
Florida state song.
Reading. "In License Town"-Mrs.
Ausley.
Address-Rev. Nease.
Song. "Make the Map All White."
Reading, "How Mrs. Jones Did
Press Work."-Mrs Nease.
Recitation, "What the Temperance
Cause Has Done for John and Me"-
Pearl Warren.
Song, "Down in the Licensed Sa-
loon."
After the program was rendered all
repaired to the parsonage lawn,
where games were played and cake
and lemonade served.
PEARL WARREN.
TALLYHO RIDE SATURDAY NIGHT
Saturday night the following jolly
crowd of young people enjoyed a de-
lightful tallyho ride to Silver Springs,
viz: Miss Caro Uddon, Miss Zemp,
Miss Grace Hatchell, Mr. E. Lester


WE


H
into


ATlHRINGOTWN TRIBUTE TO
THREE
e never knew her. His coming,
the world was the signal for her,


entered into the spirit of the occasion
with the earnestness that has always
crowned their efforts with success. In
every detail the reception was charm-


ing and delightful and the ladies di-
recting it are deserving of the many
compliments showered upon them.-
St. Augustine Record.

A COTTON PLANT WEDDING OF
INTEREST

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Veal have
sent out invitations to the marriage of
Mrs. Veal's sister, Miss Hattie Rae
Barco, to Mr. Martin Luther Rey-
nolds the wedding to take place on
the evening of Sunday, the thirtieth
of May, at half past seven o'clock at
St. Johns Methodist church at Cotton
Plant. This church is famous for its
many pretty weddings, and the friends
of this well known young couple are
contemplating this approaching event
with a great deal 9f pleasureable in-
terest.

EMILY TATHAM MEMORIAL SER-
VICE

The Emily Tatham memorial ser-
vice will be held at Grace church at
five o'clock Sunday afternoon, instead


DIAMOND


going forth. A few brief days she
clasped him to her heart-the heart
whose last beats were mostly for him;
then ere the baby eyes had learned
to look with recognition upon her,
she kissed them closed-and closed
her own forever.
Vaguely through life he missed her.
Times, as a boy, when the night wind
moaned outside, and within -antastic
figures and shapes of fear fo, med in
the darkness, he cowered beneath the
covers of his cot and wept passion-
ately for something that he wanted
but could not name, though afterward
he knew that the thing he craved was
sheltering mother love. His play-
mates had ever a source of unfailing
love and sympathy, from which he
saw them copiously and continuously
draw; and he felt that the Fates had
left something out of the scheme of
his life, and in tht midst of the buoy
ancy of youth his eyes would grow
wistful and his heart be sad.
Then a man-and sometimes, Lfter
the struggle of the day, when came
the quiet hour-musing over the flood
and fell, or gazing far out into the sad
and solemn sea-he would dream of
the land beyond the setting sun-ot
the mystic glories which eye hath not
seen-and of her who loved him first!
Aye, others came and crept into his
heart, and filled iA with a love that
was almost pain; but in its innermost
holy of holies he kept ever a chamber
inviolate for the mother he never
knew.
And it pleased 'im to believe that
though he saw her not, she walked
through life beside him. and many
times made her presence felt in sweet
suggestion of kindly deed, in silent
stirring of the heart that turned him
from temptation's way. And whatever
of good or gentleness or generous im-
pulse ever blossomed in his life, to
her he gave the credit.
Therefore, on Mother's Day, when
thousands have the blessed privilege
of laying the votive offering of their
love at living mothers' feet, and other
thousands live over tender memories
of days when mothers walked by their
side-he wears the white flower for
her-for her to whom he believes his
nature owes Its best.
So, in the dusk of this dear day,
while the flower is fading, though. its
fragrance lingers still, he writes these
lines for the sake of those who, like
him, knew mother only in the land of
dreams.-Lakeland News.

DELIGHTFUL RECEPTION IN HON-
OR OF SISTER CARLOTTA

Anna Dummett Chapter U. D. C.
members excelled themselves in the
delightful reception give Friday after-
noon in honor of Sister Esther Car-
lotta state president of the Florida di-
vision. The reception was held from
four to six in the chapter room, 79
Charlotte street. In honor of the occa-
sion the room was beautifully decor-
ated, crimson and white roses being
lavishly used in the scheme, and Con-
federate flags of various sizes enter-
ing largely into the decorations. The
effect was striking and beautiful and
evoked the rapt admiration of all
present.
Sister Esther Carlotta. Mrs. C. F.
Hopkins, Mrs. R. J. Oliver and Miss
Burroughs received. Frozen dainties
were served during the afternoon,
Mrs. Jarvis, Mrs. Paris and Mrs. Le-
Vrez serving. Miss Julia Hopkins
presided at the punch bowl. This so-
cial event was one of the most delight-
ful of the year. The ladies in charge


RINlSI


To be Given Away to the Ladies of Mori CoM

By the Business Houses of Ocala




ABSOLUTELY FREE.



A number of Ocala's Leading Business Houses have

decided to give away three valuable prizes to the ladies of

Marion County, and the method to be used in theirdistribu-

tion is a VOTING CONTEST. Each of the firms mentioned


below will issue VOTING


COUPONS- to their patrons to


the full value of every purchase made during the contest

on a basis of One Cent a Vote. Ballot boxes will be found

in each establishment represented.


SIL VER TIPPED
LIVERY "


SPLENDID TURNOUTS, CAREFUL
DRIVERS, BEST OF SERVICE


North Magnolia Street

OCALA NEWS CO.

STATIONERY, BLANK BOOKS, ALL
.NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES


South Main Street

YONGE 4 SOX


PLUMBERS, TINNERS and DEAL,
ERS IN ALL SUPPLIES


South Main Street


South of Court House


OC4ALA FURNITURE CO

HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION


North Magnolia Street.

KNIGHT 6" LANG


BUGGIES,


WAGONS,


AND FARM SUPPI


HARNESS
LIES


North of Court House.


A. E. BURNETT


DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
ETC. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY


Merchants' Block

MISS MAR Y AFFLECK


MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, RIBBONS
........ AND SUPPLIES .........


Munroe & Chambliss Bank Building


U


W. P. ED WARDS

WESTERN AND FLORIDA FRESH
MEATS AND PRODUCE


City Market

0. K. GROCER Y


GROCERIES. FEED. GRAN. FIELD
AND GARDEN SEED, ETC


South Main Street.


THE OCALA BANNER

Printers of all kinds of Stationery, Letter Heads, Note Heads
SBill Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Business
Cards, Blank Forms, etc.

NORTH MAIN STREET


In order to give the residents of all sections of the

county an equal opportunity to enter the contest the coun.

ty has bas been divided intothreesections as follows: Ocala

Section includes the territory within the city limits; North-

ern Section includes all of the county north of the A. C. L.

Railway between Ocala andiDunnellon, north of the A, C. L.

Railway Ocala to Silver Springs, north and west of Silver

Springs run and the Ocklawaha river; Southern Section, all

the county>outh of the dividing line except Ocala.



RULES OFIj THE CONTEST


Anyone living within the lines above nmed in Maio
County is eligible to entry, except that the fimM above
mentioned have the right to eliminate anyone who, in their
opinion, may be undesirable as a contestant.
No attache of any bnaines house represented may bea
candidate, nor any imnmed4ite relative
Any differences arising during the o -n.. ,_ .


A


TEACHERS' SUMMER
SCHOOLS


HEL PVENSTON

4. PASTEUR


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DRY GOODS, SHOES, LADIES'
GENTS' FURNISHINGS


AND


TRAINING


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THE NEWSPAPEB-.."WHAT I8 IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE: ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS.--COWi'sa.


VOLUME 44, NUMBER 4 8 OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, May 28. 9go9. ONE DOLLAR A YEA1


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CLOSING OF OCALA HIGH SI


Whb y wmat a quick meal, drop
*b Iisi wa he yoe's'll f nd
suy tcIa. awom the biu of One of the Finest Years in History of This


Completed.


Mrs. Cuari Tydtgs went down to
lieeumas FPr a afternoon to spend a
em days as the guest of Mrs Horace


Iev. T. J. NlIos went down to Suth-
bmnM riday aft emoom to be preMsent
at tow emmmmsftc et exercises of


Mt. J. M. Thempsomn as returned
me fSjm Juwaoaitlle, where she
Sf a pmmist visit with her ma
a e" 4e a4aw. Dr. and Mrs.
T Cam C. hmp .

|ms Jo- Astib sad Mim Dorothy
de ar ehave retned home for the
-mr vae.tl Thee young girls
we tadsts at th Wa rh-1wte Serm-
ay at Atuata Oa.

Mrs. Arthr lWatr h returned
ms frm Dmumtrk. 8. C., where she
-t tne mast tea days most pleals


dist Church.


Church.


Splendid Raccalatreate Sern


Graduating Exercises

Mr. Robert Anderson


ner of the Scholarship Medal.


Friday was the last day of the real practical talk, cal
school days of the term 1908-9 al- derful amount o
though the pupils were required to heeded. He divir
assemble on Monday to receive -their three divisions of
report cards, certificates for entrance one should study
Into higher classes, etc., but there was their teachers 't
no actual school on that day. into higher grade
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday live in the world,
were very strenuous ones', as ail ex- meet the approve
aminations were held on those days, all teachers, God,
and when Friday afternoon arrived so nal examinations
deep was the sigh of relief of the life, and lastly, h
children that it was almost audible. so as to be like
And even if some few did not make needeth not to be
high enough marks "to pass," they were Barnett's
still glad that the agony was over. greatly enjoyed
Good work has been accomplished gation.


u'fl Ii thth ert. i during the past term. n act, we The concluding
SerI think that each year our school is ed by Rev. W.

uM. J. 0. Laime and Mrs. C. A. growing better, and the work accom- Christian church,
6 gt r red home -Frday afternoon polished by the pupils more and more gregation sang "-
gag a few days vist with the for. praiseworthy. The graduating class followed by the
mar parnta.s Mr. and Mrs. Jonas this year have made a wonderful rec- Barnett.
DrNWs Iord, and it is the first time in the School W
history of the school that there have Monday morning
Tv ytbekah tboe held their reg- been more boys to graduate than girls. of ten and twelve
el mothly meentig friday light. Af- h is also a notable fact that there are citizens visited t
,n- the ,easem. which was more boys than girls in the high were greatly inter
a *n ttmeretg and Important one, school department, which is a splen- oi exhibition.
refu't m ts were mred. did record. At the primary
Too much praise cannot be giveni work, drawings,
meem Carece Megert and Me- Mr. Workman, our very splendid prin- in clay, weaving
Pha Mcdver, who have been attend- cipal, and all of our public school manship from mc
Sse jgam Mittary Academy teachers. They are doing a splendid ing the rapid im
at Asea.eville. N. C., aiveTd home Fri- work Ia Oeala, and one that will bear these little tots
AM a0m ta. to spead th summer Vi- lasting traits. and shows the w
telw9h tbeir pstat. The new building for the primary finite pains besto,
school this term has been a wonderful devoted teachers-
Mr. J. H. Smith. frm= Y Fl Ivy help, as it relieved the crowded con- Clark, Miss Mend
s a w witthe t McKad Lumber o om dition of the school, and enabled the and their two as:
y a Silver AprUa. Mr. 81th's children all NQ do much better work Souter and Miss
im are still In O c with Ks. than heretofore. It will be impose
thIt'-s other. Mrs. R. L. McClure. For the next four months school tion the work of
but wi move out to the springs books will be laid away, and we hope among so many,
that the vacation days are going to that it was all s
be very happy ones for both the the parents of eve
Mrs. N. A. BUtek who h s pent teachers and the pupils. ed with the work
bte PON gre miotha in Tallahassee, It is a matter of very great regret and so attractive
SWgedmaday for Starke on a visit that Miss Fort and Miss Haley will at the primary s
to b d h"ters. Mrs. Butch made not return to Ocala next fall. They dren all love it.
00 frtesis during her stay here, are both teachers of the highest type At the high sci
will wekcOme her back next win. and their resignations are very thor- of the up-stairs
r.-Talhassee News. roughly regretted, but are unavoidable, of the year's wor
as both have other plans for next was attractively
Mr. idward Tucker has returned, year. All of the other teachers will were drawings, m
after a week's business trp to return the first of next October. drawings, physiol
tuT and Teledo. Ohio. Muncle. Miss Fort's place has been filled lish history, geol
taLtes. *ed paft, Michigan. While by Miss Elizabeth Mizelle. who ilow French papers, sp
away he pimrchsed a couple of fine teaches the seventh grade at Barto', botanical illustral
tanummulb s Wr Ocala citizens. Mr. Iand who will teach the sixth grade in In Miss Turnl
YT'uber had a splendid trip. Ocala. and Miss Anna E. Richards of grade, the draw
Summerville, S. C. will take Miss letti, Gladys Dral
A bi are was narrowly averted at Haley's place. She is a graduate of Lois Dame, Alfred
the MeKoaa Lam ber Company's mill the University of Nashville, a student Martin have rece
at stiver springs Friday afternoon. graduate of the University of Chicago although there a
A tle pile of slabs caught fire, but and of Columbia College. New York beautiful drawing
to, t -roic work of the men the City. Particularly no
arr was kept from spreading to the, Baccalaureate Sermon ger's room are the
mill. whbih was certainly a piece of Sunday morning the annual baecx- logical drawings,
*1et good fortune. laureate sermon was preached at the Cecil Geiger and
.. ... I I X V 11 Ym


--- -- Methodist church by Rev. i. H. r ar-
Mr George B. Snow of East Lake nett. pastor of that church.
Wt4r. was I Ocala Friday afternoon. The church and annex were packed
retauinagc home from Daytona. where to the doors at this service.
he atteld4 the amual meeting of the The eight graduates and the teach-
ISle rteteultural Assocla'lon, who ers of the school attended church in
4yted a spleadid meeting in that a body and occupied the front pews.
lovely city. After the opening hymn a very beau-
Mrs little son, tiful prayer was 'offered by Rev. 1.
Mr. Rert yan and little onH. Dodge of the Presbyterian church
Gtl ad hr brother, Master Ja and the lesson was read by Rev. G. IH.
taloway. left Friday afternoon forHarrison of Grace Episcopal church
Aheiust. Ga.. wbere tey will visit land Rev. C. C. Carroll of the Baptist
eir later. Mrs-. ilertrt Hester, for church.
a ruwpl of week. From Augus ta! The special anthem for this beauti-
't-), will go to lake ci(y. South Car- ful service. which had been prep;rre
o.l to spend eonw time with rela- under the direction of Mr. Albert E.
,is- there (;erig. was exquisitely beautiful and
t k in Oala. Mr. was faultlessly rendered, the service
M. ha-nding a 1-, to his houie and music blending most harnmonious-
a M ltaiUtv lleu Mr Dale assisted ly. The "Gloria" from Mozart's
atith t" tt music b at the Twelfth Mass was the anthem, and
t.h h 'munt t auday morning. with. it was a full orchestral accom-
Mid hist %oie*e is conslatly growing paniment. Miss WVartmann playing
ithe pipe organ and the Ocala Concert
I1 ,rh ald ".e Orchestra playing the beautiful ac-
It %our taorite candidate for the companiment. Those singing were the
S ien away by the following: Sopranos. Mrs. Mote. Mrs.
('Tela bealSme houw tib has not y.et ILaphawm Mrs. Gerig. Mrs. Johnson.
etomd. Just fill out the ,ou- Miss Jessilu Martin; altos. Mrs. Mc-
Me in this mounting's paper and send Iver. Mrs. Goin, Mrs. Blake: tenors,
S as e This couple carries a Mr. Gerig, Mr. Cullen. Mr. Dale. Mr.


Local aWd Personal


dating class of the and dealt with the future of each ey to paint with the 1.. & M. Paint.
ool Monday evening member of the class. His style ap-' because 4 gallons of thoe .. & 'M. and
:, fllovs of lin.eed Oil miakes 7 gal-
hurch. The three pealed to all who heard it as ludicrous ions of rnoly-for-lsao paint t only
Is, in their beautiful as it was impossible and delightful. $1.20 or allon. Third -;Ve C. a"."
aduating gowns and, Miss Lucile Moore continued th' fun use in every parr of th I'ni"'el
moys, viewing in looks when she delivered the class will. Her States has ;pi- o it.
f the class, and the distribution of the various school Sold by Me>I -er & huIcKav. Oca!a.
11 showing that they books. trinkets, memenroes. etc., anil
,t importance of the she included in the gift umaniy to the Mr. and Mrs. Yoingblood and chil-
teachers and pupils of the lower liren ha\v mniovted to Ocala and will
ces on the prettily grades. make this city rheir home. Mr. Y)ung-
with the class was The delivery of the clas-s history, blood is an emnplove of th, D itrojn
cipal of the school class ;)koi,. class prophecy and class Phosphate Company and they will be,
rkman. Mr. Burford. will added the proper amount of .zpice most desirable citizens. They aro oc-
Barnett, Mr. Brinson, and ginger to the veoning's entertain- culpying the house on Oklawaha av-
Ir. Suhrie. nment. entie. recently occupied by Mr. and
f the school and the One of the beautiful features of the Mrs. I. W. Duval.
cial friends of the'evening was the piano solo by Miss
ed the front seats; Nellie Gottlieb. C(haminade's lovely -...
n the house was oc-! "Spinning Wheel."
ending in the roar ofI Prof. A. L. L. Subrie of Deland,
i the aisles. (lean of the normal department of UI
Dok their seats there Stetson University, was next introduc- _____.


AN AKRON MAN.


is'.

9


Goddard's Second Mazurka beautiful- and was full of meaning to the young
lCHOOLly.h people about to graduate. His speech
The first of the graduates to speak was replete with splendid thought and
was Mr. Walter Liddell of Santos. The was expressed in very beautifulan-
Institution Just subject 73 his oration was "The Build- guage. We regret that we cannot
o ers of the Constitution," and he han-1 give his address in full, as we were un-
non at Metho- dled his subject in a very masterly give his address in full, as we were un-
idted his subject in a very masterly able to obtain it from Prof. Suhrie, he
at Bap timanner. It is a subject of very great
at Baptist I importance to young America and Mr. speaking without notes.
Win- Liddell's beautifully written and Our new superintendent of public
splendidly delivered oration on this instruction, Mr. J. H. Brinson, was se-
subject met the hearty approval of his elected to deliver the diplomas to the
friends. young graduates, which he did in a
culated to do a won- Following Mr. Liddell came Mr. very pleasing manner.
Sgood if rightfully Gary Beck of Fellowship, who is an- Next came the presentation of the
good i rightfully other very bright youth and who has gold medal that is awarded each year
ded his sermon into made a splendid record this year. His by the board of public instruction to
study, and told how number was an essay, entitled, "The the pupil in the high school depart-
y to be approved of Japanese in California," a subject on ment making the beat scholarship for
hat they might pass which we are all more or less inter- the entire term. Of course the pupils
- how to study and eated, and a subject that has called and their friends were greatly inter-
Showforth many speeches and orations ested in who had won the medal and
and how, finally, to from our most distinguished states- were on the qui vive of excitement.
i oi uie greatest of men. Mr. Beck has studied this sub- Mr. L. W. Duval, who is one of our
, and to pass the fi- ject very carefully, and his essay con- best known young lawyers and who
to enter the eternal tained many valuable suggestions well makes exceedingly clever speeches,
ow to study and live and logically thought out, and put in delivered the medal and did it well, as
the workman that such a strong way as to make a very he does all things. The remarks he
e ashamed. favorable impression on those who made were bright and amusing, and
sermon was very heard him. when he announced the winner of the
by his large congre- The songs by the high school cho- medal, Mr. Robert L, Anderson, Jr., it
rus, assisted by a number of others, was met with a most enthusiastic re-
prayer was deliver- were very pretty, and added just the sponse. Mr. Anderson's average for
H. Coleman of the right musical touch to the program, the year was a fraction over 96 per
P4ter which the con- Mrs. D. E. Mclver playing the piano cent. Miss Mabel Beck of Fellowship
America." which was accompaniments. and Miss Helen Brown ran Mr. An-
benediction by Mr. The oration of Mr. Robert L. An- derson a very close race, and the dif-
derson, Jr., the winner of the gold ference between their averages is only
ork Displayed medal, was especially fine and well a hair's breadth, and their friends are
g, between the hours worthy of the applause it brought exceedingly proud of them. All three
o'clock. many of our for. The speaker used his fine voice made averages above 96 per cent., the
he two schools and with excellent effect and made a fraction of 1 per cent. deciding the
rested in the work splendid impression on the audience, winner.
not only for the way his oration was Mr. Robert A. Burford presided at
- school the number delivered but for the many splendid the commencement exercises, and did
paintings, modelings sentiments it contained. His subject, his duty most gracefully.
and examples of pen- "The Puritan and the Cavalier," is one The stage was very pettily decorate.
Dnth to month, show- that has always been .full of interest ed with yellow and black ribbons, 0.
iprovement made by and will never pale, and it lost none H. S. pennants and beautiful ferns,
was very excellent, of its force at the hands of Mr. Ander- and each of the graduates were al-
ide extent of the in- son, who is a fine orator, and gradu- most hidden under the oceans of Pow-
wed on them by their ates not only from his class with first ers they were given. The graduates
-Miss Stevens, Miss honors but has made the highest mark also received many handsome gifts.
leiihall, Miss Taylor, in the entire high school department. After the concluding chorus, "Forth
sistants, Miss Pansy Following Mr. Anderson was Mr. We Go," the benediction was pro-
Mary Gates. Marion Pelot, who declaimed Phillips' nounced by Mr. Barnett and the his-
ssible for us oo men- Napoleon, a very famous classic. Mr. tory of the class of '09. as far as the
any particular child Pelot's oration, while not an original Ocala High School is concerned, was
but suffice it to say one, gave evidence of the close study over.
such good work that he had given it and of his excellent The Graduates Given a Supper
ery child are delight- memory as well. His voice was clear After the graduation exercises the
being accomplished and distinct, and his friends were members of the graduating class were
is the work made very proud of him and loudly applaud- given a very lovely supper by Mr. and
school that the chil- ed him when he concluded. Mrs. Robert L. Anderson, in compli-
George MacKay, a violin pupil of ment to their son, who won the schol-
hool building, in two Miss Connor, and who is one of the arship medal.
rooms, a great deal finest of the young violinists of the The guests werp seated at the !able
k of the -entire school city, played very beautifully a selec- in the dining room, where the appoint-
displayed. There tion entitled "Schwabisches Volk- ments were perfect. In th<- center of
athematics, scientific steid." the table was a beautiful vase of rcses
ogy drawings, Eng- The historian of the class was Miss and at each place was a quotation on
graphy, Latin and Adele Bittinger, and she made a decid- life, being most appropriate to these
selling lessons, maps, ed hit with her many funny desserta- young people, who are about to em-
tions, stories, etc. tions, embracing in rhyme and pose bark on the sea of life.
ey's class, the sixth the failings and shortcomings of the A two-course supper, including sal-
ngs of Olivia Toffa- different members of the class. Her ad and its accompaniments, followed
ke, Spurgeon Ausley, remarks were well worded and by ice cream and cake, was beautiful-
I MacKay and Gladys brought forth many hearty laughs ly served and greatly enjoyed by the
ived especial praise, from those she was painting the his- happy class.
re many other very tory of, as well as the audience. As a souvenir of this memorable oc-
s. Miss Maggie Lytle of Stanton was casion each one of the young ladies
ticeable in Miss Bor- the class poet and delivered a beau- was presented a lovely silk sewing bag
e examples in physio- tiful poem, which stamps her as a and the gentlemen handsome purses.
made this year by poet of the highest order. Miss Lytle The supper given by Mr. and Mrs.
1 Robert Clarkson, has the distinction of being the small- Anderson to the graduates will al-
i framed, and make est member of the class, but in her ways be remembered by them as a
pictures. standing in her class she is anything happy termination of their graduation
e high school depart- but small, her marks always being day.
ie and shows conclu- among the highest, and she has now
are no better stu- won for herself additional laurels as IT COSTS MONEY TO PAINT
ter public school in a poet. --c-
!Mr. Phil Robinson, president of the It costs more if you don't. Your
Mr. Phil Robinson redhouse wear. out if not painted. Then
r more inspiring pic- class of '09, then delivered i he class it COsts money to repair it and money
nagined than that prophecy, which was full of humor to paint it. It don't cost much mon-


II


iaw-^ L.


Mr. Wiliam V. 8telea,M Oeb r
Akron, Oh*o, writes:
"I have been troubled er -sewe
rears with e r atif S imsa
Save used di fereut pabest medieta
to no efleet. whastev, sa hwv do
Lored considerable with family dm d.
"Sometinm- his treanlst wu
lieve me for a few wembs, bt
eventually have to go beek I ht d
t lat had kept up for several ys.
-'I was advlwsd w P- tm ad
bave taken three bottles. Never
I so ood in my life. Am gaota o e
tinue using It. Woald'ts be wtl
out it in the houre. IwW dJ fl
ommend t to any one afiletd ft
a:tarr i of tomaih, or staboch t
of any kind."
The shove is an oft-repe0ed
Troubled for years with heroale ea
tarrh. Triod different remdis 8s
c'octors to no avail. PraWm was
vised by friends. lust at isUel
rienced. Great grattltde to Pr
expressed. ThiA, in brie, i4 a try
that is repeated tous gl M
tines every year.
No one gould be ti nboh with e
vast corresondenee for ome mome
without being impressed with the tm
ce.:ity and truthfulieus of these knd 4
Testimonials.
SPeruna promni 'y produces
tite, corrdcts oi.,estlon and relev
stomach diffi *ula en thas have roeue
e.her trs" -'T
"0 Sde I La

THE BAND CONCERT
The weekly band concert -i wak
was truly delightful, more ao ta ma
ual on account of the perfect wethse
The crowd was mebc larger them
the previous Friday night as mme
of the more formidable weather.
The children playing about the
court bouse, the dose. of am
biles whizzing around, amd the m e
crowds on the Ocala House pftmang
in the court house square, tl.eal
to the music, and the splendid made
rendered by our magalllcet bea ad
combined to make the eveluag a rnm
treat to our people, and to the mag
visitors to the city as well.
The program was an umuemay
splendid one, and was as follows:
March, "The Crisis"-R. B. Hall
Waltzes, "Belle of Seville"-J. I
Lampe.
Intermeszo Two-Step, "The Tre>
badour"-W .C. Powell.
Selection, "The Prince of PUtlem
Intermission.
March, "Coontown Parade"--B O.
McFall.
"Southern Breeses" (a tome picture)
-F. P. Atherton.
March, Two-Step, "Silver Heels"-
J. B. Lampe.
Medley Overture, "Bilase Away"-
.M. F. Smith.

Mr. R. A. Burford and Miss Mary
Burforl arrived borne Priday after
noon from Nashville, Tenn. Miss p.
ford was graduated on Wedemday
from Belmont College in that etty,
and her father WCnt up to be preeut
at her graduation and r.-turned he
with her. Miss Burrfordl. who is Sme
of the loveliest nmeimers of Orala's
young society set, will b,> whown nliay
'prEtty attentions by her rrimnds. ws.
are so !delighte tej havy- h..r at heae
again.

Mrs. Smith,. living on 'h, corner a
Osceola a;,l South 8e*ondl street. ha
gone to lakeland "in a 'l.4it of .rw .
al weeks.




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nto nt the trip ot the
a Ib M o 1m ,t state

aft am .m41p-e -- weres


d band the manner
tonwOeisro pickedf
a maWsd shiped sadoat
Ind aoed a revelation to every
-M btof pmOq. Withtern than
WO S of e mouy, energy
S40 mt s PM coule Indeel be
d aft aMWO&
orsmatn of Frot
tgi ggapit, continued
SP~in- Ms aIN My superior to
soof mref wiVh tact the lead-
B 6ers of that state admitted
M b NitmI., mad they further
wt sPUMs oranges were
& M m rdeliciousI flavor. At
4M msoe fteP we opened several
m of d t usg product and ask-
4 SOW etA pautIte with Us. 'You
UM IM b bims grapefruit,'
0O S Odalnemdt your oanges
ta 6~21 h. ftping
Mnd toio matter of beauty,
pet ewWls are decidedly
I s aesd that many
SUNWO 1614'Ing up their efforts
5, Oiwuett entirely. In
S t omm b .wever. they are
& Ina wW h of, usFlormis


i*** Wime M ar Twal sm ad ter e
Toa UMaL, 20, C W I M- t diams aw be talktiag at
S DU iter ed amre: .an. a maumeut to Adam. the
We ~M- t ythat ou have -orMigani g nt setti and oet babM
de m m tla the improvement of taut, John P. d a Baltame ma,
me yew r streets t a M thOer has oe ahead and doe It. At his
are tak ag t I'Brty tf enta mounatry home near that city Mr. Bra
yo uter Meparate covet, a copy of dy has built a neat memorial, cow-
e No. 1 5pem1*0a uaskasaed and siting of a plain square shaft at
proaulPted by this assmocation for concrete surmounted by a sun dial.
the co-trMetlom of brick st-eets. The monument is to be dedicated ear-
Wha thee pe.-It P'VI'a are com- ly next month, and It is hoped to have
plie with In every detail, all the a large number of the lineal descend-
quitluus paramount in the character ants of the great man present. While
of any street ae fully met and the this tribute to his memory is a tri-
highest possibilities in street con- fle belated, it is oA be all the more
struction are attained, viz: enthusiastic. Orations laudatory of
Comfort in the use. Adam's unique and distinguished ca-
Blonomy in the first cost reer will be delivered, and the tame
The highest degree of sanitation, poet of the Baltimore Sun will read
Absolutely no cost of maintenance an original ode to Adam, which he
for a great many years. has felt coming on for some time.
We desire to cell your special at Unquestionably Adam has been
tention to certain things in these spe- sadly neglected by hts descendants.
cifications which are often neglected, and it is time that his services to the
but which are vital for best results: race should. be recognized in some
First, the sand cushion overlaying substantial manner. Starting life as
the foundation should be two inches an orphan, without the customary as-
in thickness, distance of "poor, but honest parents,"
Second, the one to one and one- a son of the soil as it were, he was
half inch expansion along the curb. emphatically a self-made man. In
Third, Portland tement filler, charity let it be remembered that he
These three points are especially went into matrimony with his eyes
emphasized in he No. 1 specifications shut. For his subsequent troubles he
and we believe that a street construct- was not wholly to blame. But what
ed strictly in accordance with the di- will our friends, Charlotte Perkins
reactions therein will result in the Gilman and Carrie Chapman Catt,
greatest possibilities in pavement have to say about this implied insult


construction.
We desire to emphasize the cement
filler and the manner of its prepara-
tion and application.
With a good cement filler the edg-
es of the brick do not chip, and the
entire surface of the pavement, in-
stead of becoming rough, becomes
smoother under traffic, but does not
become slippery. The wheels roll
without jolt or jar and consequently
the life of the pavement is permanent-
Iy increasedm


If t the t The relative smoothness brought
d me s Cf 01 th e fruit, about by the proper application of the
'iOw -" a ss.aad cement filler in copwnctlon with the
N' 1m w-k to two4lch saad cushion underneath the
whisk i-r- brick sad the expansion cuasihlen aloag
the curb. the function of the former
b, beingg to act literally as a cushion re-
a s m Um .ete moving the vibrations of impact, the
IDOL I" onst to jblo Is latter belag to provide for the ex-
h a_! *I u paasion of the brick, thus insuring
M- o Ins absolute contact with the sand cush-
Sin pea practically eliminates the propo-
Slo-w '-s--r dieteon of objectionable noise and pro-
a an in I darces ,a street which will give entire
SO a ma satlsmactmon to the tax paye and the
F ee 1 F traveling public.
rso u s0 0 ow eVery truly yours,
4 =" an dMd bay WILL P. BLAIR.

Om Wll' ei -s I It I KILLS TO STOP THE FIEND

me aug @st sem peat of The worst foe for 12 years of John
Deye of Gladwin. MichL. was a running
in* W 8Jn '. 1 o-s t ulcer. He paid doctors over $400 with-
m Ba 4 g1 tagS.s d a charge out benefit. Then Bucklen's Arnica
ohm asf Oraces Salve killed the ulcer and cured him.
S_ _ __ eCures Fever Sores, Boils, Felons, Ec-
s- M -- in S W - zemat i Salt Rheum. Infallible for Piles.
bi gI -S is a sepIrS at the Burns. Scalds, Cuts. Corns. 25c. at
g Mgp s i& pIn ate ianog Tydings & Co. m
Ss to the amount MARTEL W. C. T. U.
gn m wuhave tso wo_
I ss hav the right to ship The Martel W. C. T. U. met Sun-
S10t it m ut be cosig Iday last at 3:30 o'clock, and the fol-
m t mI lowing program was rendered:
1Wdose wh* bm d tt exstandard Song, "Stand Up. Stand Up, for Jes-
ensd 8 bY that ecnge
rd tol ttely. om- uPsalm reading.
Serim t/ ev ePrayer-Mr. Ausley.
im 10 s mt catioa. enr1i I Song, "Trusting in His Love.
bl m B to th e a io.a n 1 Reading-Laura Kemp.
A s- to a if e were Essay-Irma Seckinger.
Sm Oeek matrke em th foofr Solo, "Tell Mother I'll be There"--
Smmr atfo Mrs. Long.
in h1WTork ofadayge.in Reading-Miss Kemp.
l bm*ty m wof hadayn the Story-Miss Bates.
mat k anw exactly whe Talk-Mr. Ausley.
don soeacl wbe "How Eben Was Won to the W. C.
Sg t h for his T. U."-Mrs. Ausley.
ar.m htr e sahod amt ship at, ._. ... __,.... ^


IMMI elobs
I m l 1,is of


absolutely pre-
the market, and'


a savm m te grower the consid-
a e m* tdat generally goes to the
--la n x Florida. Anoth-
O nm o Itf imm- e importance is
no bo M-k semated as to the
P notbaft of premeating fruit from
iaid mi Mtherwise Injured, i
f s 6M -*ws by tWe fact that
-, m of their fruit which!


I
I


sawr pmeat bis not more than
Mt me pe~mo r erst. PFlorida's
owin tis reard are lainitely

ogfass tein Work
Nw% -mod* the trip in order to
MWt gal p~es e the situation
, CMalt. I wM recommend the,
aeip tOf the plan above
L whi meets the approval of
se ~~o the committee which
ie etft I believe the plan will
Sapted by the Florida Orange
Ammrisatte unanimously.
W B r we will attempt to han-
M IP -N o es m4 pthe California
f wmM probably result
ftdo Meume& at mee.
e w hems handled will


SThe chapter tuen adjouruneu t meet
with the president Wednesday after-
noon in a business meeting.
After devotional exercises, led by
the president, the list of officers was
revised, and stands as follows:


Mrs.
Mrs.
Miss
Miss

Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Miss
Miss


Ausley, president.
Nease, sec-etary.
Irma Seckinger, treasurer.
Pearl Warren, press reporter.
Superintendents
Long. L. T. L.
Kemp, mothers' meetings.
Smith, social meetings.
Ray, scientific temperance.
Wilkes, fairs and open air


meetings.
Mrs. Sullivan, health and heredity.
Miss Kemp, purity in art and liter-
at ure.
Mrs. Wallace, soldiers and sailors.
Mrs. Veal, medical temperance.
Miss Ruby Ray, flower mission.
Mrs. Woodard. mercy.
Miss Laura Kemp. medal contests.
To pay for literature $2.25 was or-
dered drawn.
Committee composed of Mrs. Long,
Mrs. Nease and Miss Warren was ap-
pointed to arrange for an entertain-
ment at an early date. Proceeds of



to Eve, the original suffragette? Mr.
Brady announces that he is not going
to put anything on his Adam monu-
ment about Eve. "The less said about
her the better," is his portentous re-
mark. We shall be surprised if this
bold challenge is disregra'ded. Eve
will have a monument somewhere as
far surpasing Adam's in height and
breadth and thickaess as a fashion.
ble feminine hat does one of the mas-
culine variety. And it is safe to say
that Mr. Brady will not be invited to
the dedicatory ceremony.-Ptttsburg
Gazette-News.

EVENTS ON FRIDAY

The crucifixion having taken place
on Friday, is thought to have been
most potent on this subject.
Below is given a list of some im-
portant events that have occurred on
Friday, taken from the Arcadia Cham-
pion:
Moscow was burned Friday.
Washington was born Friday.
Shakespeare was born Friday.
America was discovered Friday.
Richmond was evacuated Friday.
The Mayflower pilgrims landed Fri-
day.
Napoleon Bonaparte was born Fri-
day.
Julius Caesar was assassinated Fri-


day.
The battle of Marengo
Friday.
The battle of Waterloo
Friday.
The battle of Bunker
fought Friday.


was fought

was fought

Hill was


The battle of New Orleans was
fought Friday.
The declaration of independence
was signed Friday.-Orlando Report-
er-Star. Yes. and man excepted, ev-
ery living, creeping thing on sea,
earth and air, was created on Friday.

WONT SLIGHT A GOOD FRIEND

"If ever I need a cough medicine
again I know what to get," declares
Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals, Me., "for, af-
ter using ten bottles of Dr. King's
New Discovery in my own family and
others. I am convinced it is the best
medicine made for coughs, colds and
lung trouble." Everyone who tries it
feels just that way. Relief is felt at
once. and its quick cure surprises you.
F'or Bronchitis. Asthma. Hemorrhage.
Croup. LaGrippe Core Throat pain in
chest or lungs it's supreme. 50c. and
$1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
Tyidngs & Co. m
NORDICA'S ENGAGEMENT TO MR.
YOUNG ANNOUNCED

When the Kaiser Wilhelm II., of the
North German Lloyd line, sailed from
New York last week there were on
board a party of operatic folk bound
for Europe to spend the summer. Con-
spicuous among the group was Mme.
Lillian Nordica and her fiance, George
W. Young of New York, whose en-
gagement was announced several
weeks ago. Scores of friends were
on the pier to say good bye to the pri-
ma donna. Just before leaving Mme.
Nordica announced to her friends that
her marriage to Mr. Young would
take place in a year. and after that
she would not appear in concert again.
Nordica will give a series of concerts
in Europe during the summer, return-
ing in the fall to resume her work in
the Metropolitan, New York. for the
coming season.

PLAIN TALK

The fellow who is content 'to share


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today had I not tried Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. The tab-
lets relieve the ill feeling at once.
strengthen the digestive functions, pu-
rify the stomach, liver and blood, help-
Ing the system to do its work natural-
ly.-Mrs. Rosa Potts. Birmingham,
Ala. These tablets are for sale by all!
druggists.
BAD ATTACK OF DYSENTERY1
CURED
"An honored citizen of this town
was suffering from a severe attack ofj
dysentery. He told a friend if he.
could obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he felt confident of being cured, hel
having used this remedy in the west.!
He was told that r kept It in stock and i
lost no time in obtaining it. and was!
promptly cured." say- M. J. Leach.'
druggist, of Wolcott. Va. For sale by
all druggists. m
As was expected by all reasonable
people, the reports of 'the massacres
of Armenian Christians at Adana
were greatly exaggerated in the sto-
ries sept out by the press dispatches.
Nobody stopped to inquire how a
town of 17,500 people could furnish
20.000 victims of a fanatic mob and,
the mob at the same time. This ex-
aggeration of news has become such
a feature of these days that telegraph-
ic news is of little value-everybody
having to wait the course of the mails
to find out the truth.-Tampa Times.


PILES! PILES! PILES!
Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will
cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching


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Wednesday eve lag I Taowm, at
the palatial home atf the bride's p&a
rets, Coresaman and Mrs. s M.
Sparkman, Miss Cuthbert Wayne
Sparkman and Dr. Rollin Jeffersoa
were united in marriage, Rev. W. J.
Carpenter, pastor of the First Metho-
dist church, officiating. The guests
were the relatives and closest friends
of the bride, numbering about 250, and
the wedding was extremely beautiful.
The broad verandas were lighted
with Japanese lanterns, and at one
side in a bower of bamboo a punch
table was placed. The guests were
received at the door by Mrs. C. E. Ball
and Mrs. E. H. Hart, sisters of the
bride, both wearing lovely white
French mull gowns, with trimmings
of Cluny and Valenciennes lace, fash-
ioned princess. Receiving Fn the par-
lor were Mrs. Sparkman, the bride's
mother, in a handsome black and
white batiste gown, trimmed with
lace, and bands of the same material
with black buttons. Several intimate
friends received with Mrs. Sparkman.
The decorations of the spacious
rooms were in white and green. The
staircase in the reception hall was al-
most concealed with trailing aspara-
gus ferns, all in bloom.
The doorways were beautified with
date palm leaves and growing ferns
and palms were everywhere arranged
in artistic effect. In the parlor many
vases of Marechal Niel roses, and;
white carnations with asparagus ferns
adorning the mantel, table and gold'
cabinet, and a large potted fern was
placed in front of the fireplace.
The ceremony room adjoining their
parlor was especially beatrtiful. This
was converted into a conservatory ot
palms, roses and carnations. The im-
provised altar of white satin was drap-
ed with white maline and asparagus;
ferns. A canopy was built overhead
with southern smilax, and the chande-
tiers were gracefully intertwined with
asparagus ferns and white maline. On
either side of the altar tall date
palms and California palms were
placed, their foliage interlapping at
the top.
Before the ceremony exquisite mu-
sic was rendered, and there were sev-
eral attendants.
This was one of the loveliest wed-
dings ever solemnized in Tampa.
The bride entered with her distin-
guished father, and was very lovely in
a gown of white satin, elaborately em-
broidered by hand. It was in empire
effect with tunic skirt, made en train,
built over taffeta. The yoke and
sleeves were of exquisite point lace.
The tulle veil was adjusted with or-
ange blossoms and worn over the
face. She carried a shower bouquet
of bride's roses and maidenhair fern.
tied wtth satin ribbon. They were met
at the altar by the groom and his best
man, his brother, Dr. Albert Jefter-
son, of Columbus, Ga.
A delightful reception followed the
ceremony and refreshments were de-
lightfully served, consisting of ice
cream moulded in the shape of white
roses, served on real green rose
leaves, angel and pound cake, coffee
and salted almonds.

BILIOUSNESS AND CONSTIPATION
For years I was troubled with bil-
iousness and c(nstipation. which made i
life miserable for me. My appetite
failed me. I lost my usual force and
vitality. Pepsin preparations and ca-
thartics only made matters worse. I
do not know where I should have been


Old Stilis taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
following works -


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...... ..... .. . ...17 12. 20
thence w 20 chs s 17.;,0 chs' I
e 20 chs n 17..0 chs.. ....... :
s .... lot 5 sub of sw 4 . .. .... '17 12120
.nves ..n of se% ex e% of nle% of| i !
neo' of se1.. .. .. .. .... .lil22- 0
...... 4 chs n and s by 19.26 chs e
and w in ne cor... ........ 118-12 20
S .... w 4 of .w 4% . . .. . . . I... 81.
... chs e and w by 25 chs n andl i I I
s in se cor... .... .. ......18,12- 20!
....21.62 chs n and s by 37 chs
and w in se cor Arredonda t I
Grant... ... ..... ... .... 1 12,2
..... 21.66 chs n and s by '222 chs
and w in sw cor Arredonda
Grant.. .. ..... .. ... 20 12:20.
.s. of se' of ne' Arredonda'
Grant... ........... ... 211 2
.....nw'4 of ne'4 Arredonda Grant'21 12'20
O... rn 10 chs n of sw cor of et'
Arredonda Grant.. .... .... -- -.-
thence e 1041 chs n 5 chs w 10'
chs s a chs... ... .... ..... .
...... lot 6 Arredonda Grant sub of 23 112 :4
non ....... lot 12 Arredonda Grant sub of.23:12 20
S....... ~e of lot 43 Arredonda Grant'i 1 i
"' *sub of ....... ... . ...... 3 12 2"
.. ..... lets 3 4 11 fra t I'. ( sur-
V 'ey. .................. I 12 2 "
.. .... n ;at tw cor of lo-t 4 fratt L' .
. s.urveyt .... ... '...... 2 ', 1
th';itt" 16.'7 chs n S> d' g 3
rmin e' 9.', i. n 16.13 chs w
9 .46 'h . .... ...... ... . .
1, t, ;, .n 4 fra, tl I I S t sir-

i *h n .tlnd s tIy '>. 14, ii

.... ; v "s and \\ by 14"0 y,\d ,2
ro... s... .. .,In n o r o \ .- ,,f
Sof n33. ......... ........ 1 -
.e.. %4 f nt,4 and s ........ 3.: 1
S t ,,f sw .x -of ne d I-t ,of n\\',
... a d se1 and s ol' of se .. .......-341-' 21'
s 3-4 of -.t' . 36 1"20)
.v l'Ag No 7 ''o 6.97 chs s and 3.7 'chs
"of ne cor . ... ..... 1221
thenct w 3.51 chs -e with R R
1.39 chs e 1.76 chs n 1.15. chs
111s. .. of lots -2 and 3 blk 3 Fred-
S erick ... ... ... ... ... ... 1 21'
..blk 24 Shimnton's sub of 3010
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ARO *k*... *...... ot 234blk r 2 w ofpring I
S.t Omnge Springs.......... $ 7
...... .....* 2 3 4 blk 3 r 3 w of Sprin
SA S-- t Oange Spring ........ 3 1
2 A ...... of lot 1 blk 4 r 3 w of
SSprin t Orange Springs.. .75
-- .. .. .. all of blk 4 r 2 e of Spring St I
I t oOrange Springs.......... 4 2
m r ........ lts 1 27... ... .... ... .....311123 80 2
Itc CM b .. .. .. .. *%n of Be% and e% of se%
and nw% of se%.. .. ...... 21123 200. 6
**... .... **af of awU% of Orange Creek 32 11 23 35 1
VA. ........... ***** of Ow4%... ... ... ......331123 40 2
.. & C **...*....*aw of nei... ... ... ..... 341123 40 1
--@ L I Co .. .... e% of sw% and w% of se%
^ .... .and ne% of se%. ...... ..... 351123 200 5
S... ... ... ... corn 140 yds w of se cor...... 351123
thence w 140 yds n 140 yds e
140 yds a 140 yds.... .... 4 2
SI M K C .. .. .. .. a6 of aw% and sw % of nw%4
... an. 1d nw% of sw% .......... 36 1123 160 5
T-V""" Id 0&*L4d*.... ow % of e%... ... ... .....38,1123 40 1
** *** ****" w% of Ie. *..... .. ...... 251124 40 1
.- ..... ........ of we .. ..... ... ...25 1124 40 1
l *** o...... fsw and oe%.... .....251124 240 5
S... ....... w% of sw% of nw%' ...... 261124 20' 1
L i I.......... *% of %... .. ..... 271124 10 3
S MS .* .. .* *** **** 7 c hsI I lnne cor of sw%.... 2811,24 51
S ...*... ... ....* ** of. nw% of sw%... ..... 291124 20 1
S tak. ....... ... w% of sw% of sw' and ne%4
*e C rw% of sw% and nw% of
.... e% of sw%... ... ....... 291124 40 2
MM4 **-... .... noe% of se% of sw% and s% of
% of sw% ... ... ....... 2) 11 24 30 1
Ita ... ......... ... a% of ne% s of Orange Crek 29 11 24 40 1
........ ........ w% of aw% s of Orange Creek 30 11 24 60 :
AW M~io. Bt Of.. w% of nw% ex 6% chs n and I
Son n tside.... .. .......... 31 1124 67 2
mA,, rwta...........% of sw% ex 9 chs aq i ne
c r of sw% of sw%........321124 72 4
-a w Wi... ... ..... me% of ne%.... ... ........ 301124 40 1
AgWw Mewi m, tof .m% of se% ............ ..321124 40 3
mAmtS L & I Co.. ....Sll of ex w% of sw% and ex
*w% of nw%.... ... ... ...331124 5201 5
S0 QV to C...........a Of.... ... ... ... ... .... 21219 640 18
T J O M... ... ... ....s% of... ... ... ... ... ... 141219 3201 7
T S (jam...... ... ..... an of ex lots 1. to 8 inc Smith's
*b.... ...... ... ........ 151219 206 5
SS. .... ...... .. S% of lot 5 and lot 6 ex 10 chs i 1
sq In me cor... ......... 151219 951
I C V1emlvem .... . 18.50 chb e and w on e side of
.e% of nw%+... ... ... ....221219 37 2
I Imi ............... com at nw cor of Aredonda -
Grant... ... ... ... ....... 22112119
thence e 22.70 chs s 7.46 chs I |
w 7.0 cbs a 4.25 chs w 15.10 : 1 I
chs n 11.71 chs .... ........ 23; 2
swia of J L Vandivem .. corn 7% ft n of sw cor Arre-
donda Grant....... ....... 22112 19
thence e 1945 ft n 887,% ft
w 1956 fta 887% ft ........ 40 3
J T OaUtMMNW ...... .... lots 1 & 2 or w 2-3 of Arredonda
Grant... ... ... ........ 34 1219 340 22
Mran 1 Hamm& n d.. .... n% of lot 1 and ne4 of lot 6
U 6 G survey.. .. .. ...... 22 12 19 30, 1
r & W Mesmer .. nw% of sw% ... ........ 26 12119 40 3
G A LAmett.. .. .......nw% of w%..... ..... ..... 271219 40 2
m 8 Peacock. .. .... nw% of sw% ...... .... ... 27,12,19 40 2
Mrs J W Smith ....... e% of sw% and sw% of se% 34 1219 80 4
t of A J Mayeldd .. 12.50 chs n and s by 40 chs e
and w on n side of ne% und
% Int... ... ... ... .....3611219 25 1
J t) wn ....... w 1-3 of lota 1 and 2 Plat Book i
A page 46... ........... 111220 10 2
a .k-.n ........ ... s% of ne and ne 4of se% 1112 20 80 2
lu' un............. *com 20 chs s of ne cor..... .. 411220
thence w 71.84 chs s 19 chs I
w 8.16 chs e 10 deg s 14.27
chs e 25 deg s to Magnolia
tree e 7 de s 44.56 chs n
40.24 chs... ... ... ... ... 247 28
M M Imownton. ... ..com 1 ch n of se cor of ne%.. 3 12 20
thence w 15 chs n 16 chs e 15
chs 16 chs... ... ... ..... 25 3
s lay & ... .. ... nw ... ... .... ... ... ...... 41220 160 11

Jon Adam ... ..... 4.10 chs e and w by 15.81 chs
n and s in ne cor.... ....... 712 20 100 7
J J RbMns'.. ..........com 15.81 chs s *f ne cor.... 71220
thence w 80 cb s 24.19 chs e
80 chs n 24.10 chs.. ...... 195 7
3 (O1 by 35 chs n and s in nw cor
and ex 12.50 chs e and w on
e side...... ... .... ..... 91220 117. 14
*If aof E N L' te ... se% and s% of ne% ........ 10 12 20 240 15
j p LIer ..... .. ..corn at ne cor of sw ........15 1220
then'e w 10.02 chs s 26.94;
chc w 10.02 cha s 16.28 chs n.
89 dq-g 30 min e 11.10 chs s g86
deg 40 mine 9 chs n 43.94
chs. . ................... 1 0 76
^ aCalvin .. c. m 17.96 chs s of nw cor of ne
... .... . .. ... .. . . . !16 12 .T0
thence s 6.36 chs e 6.36 chs nl I
6.36 chs w 6.36 'hs........ 4 "
( y o.... ......... n1. of nw% ... ... ... .....16112!-'0 80! '
1 <.. o .............. ne% ex 840 ft c and w by l1070 !
ft n and s in nw cor...... 17112j20 143 s
.. 'i..i,. tonn ... .comrn 17.50 chs s of ne cor of nwl |


93 Win E Lee..
51 E L. Wartmina
66

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Harry Jackso

41 Harry Jackso
Eliza Daniels.
26 T L Ramsey.
Sara Brown.


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......... lot 2 blk 4 J A Harris's plat
Citra .. ... ... ......... ... 12
Sn. ... .... lots 1 and 4 ex 116 ft n and s
on n end of lot 1 blk 8 J A
Harris's plat Citra..... .... 12
Co. ........lot 3 blk A Steeles ad Citra.. 12
n ... ....... lot 1 and e% of lot 4 blk H
Steele's ad Citra.. ...... 12
n ... ....... w of lot 4 blk H Steele's ad
ad Citra... ... ... ... ... 12
. .. .. ....sw% of ne'% and n% of se% of
nw% ... .. .... .. ... .... 31 12
.. ... ..... s% of se%4 of nw ... ..... .3112
.......... 10 chs n and s by 12 chs e and
w in se cor of se% ex 4.50
chs sq in se cor and ex 140
yds e and w by 70 yds n and
s in ne cor. ... ... ... ... 3212'
.. corn 8 chs w of ne cor of nw% 33 12
i. thence w 2 chs s 8 chs e 2
chs n 8 chs... ... .... .....
... ... .....1.531 chs n and s by 3.16 chs
e and w in sw cor of se% of
nw % ... ... .. . .. .......33 12
P Bishop.. com 10 chs w of se cor of ne%'
of nw% ... .... ... .........3312
thence w 4.15 chs n 6.90 chs
w 89 Iks n 6.73 chs w 4.96
chs n 6.37 chs e 10 chs s 20
chs ex 2 acres in nw cor to
church and ex % acre in ne
cor to school ... ... ... ...
.. ........com 5.30 chs e of nw cor. ... 33121
Sthence e 4.20 chs s 10 chs w
4.20 chs n 10 chs .........
...... ......s.4 of sw'4 of nwv4 ex 1.50
I acres in se cor... ........ 33 12
.. ... ....s of sw'4 of se% of se/.. 33 12
... ...2.. s of se% of se% of se4%.... 3312
.. .....comn 60 ft e of nw cor of neV4
of sw 4. . ... . .. ... ..... 33 12
thence e 95 ft s 150 ft w 95 ft:
n 150 ft ........ ........
... ..... .. com at se cor of nw4........ 33 12


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thence n 13 chs w 4.45 chs n
41 Iks w 6.42 chs n 6.40 chs
w 3.36 chs s 8.63 chs w 1.15
c'hs s 76 Iks w 5 chs s 3.98 I
chs e 6.32 chs s 6.34 chs e 13 I
chs to p o b . ... ... .... I
..... ,,mn at S cor of s\vi4 of \\ 14 34 12,221
then n 7.67 chs w 13.62 chs
2.66 chs w .37 chs s ,' cli, !
2 1 210 chs ......... . .
..... in of sw 14 of se'14 ... ... .. 3' 12,22
. ... n cres on \v side of lot 22 sub
of I F grant... ... .... 12 221
.. e' of n4'4 ... .. ... ..... 21223
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H inning g 1. & 1 4", .... .... *W )of ne 4 ...... ... .....
IUnknow'n ... ... ... .... !n'2 of ne4 ... ... .. ........
Smith & SylvlN'stt-r ... ... wi of sw\..w ex 1 acre to church:
-T & T. f'x ....... ... .....
'>u Pint' Lbr t',.. .... 1nw1'4 ex 10 c hs e and w by 13'
chs n and s in nw cr of sw'.


i'12 231

7 12 231
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o 14 of nw'4 ... .... ... .. 12 23:
s Su Pitn Lhr Co... .... lot 1 ,'x 6.39 chs .o and w by 20
Shs n ants 5 on w side and
4-% lot 16 ... ...... ... . ......... 6 12 23
J J F,,r' ... ..... .... lots 3 -, 6 7 1 1 11 1 23....... 6 1223
LS i Lr Co.... ......lots 1- and 28.... .. .. ..... 12 23
Fit:-ming L & 1 Co......lots 17 1S and 27 ........... .. '12 2
Lbr Co. .. .lots 1 S 9 11 12 ls 19 2. 22-
SSou Pin'' Lbr Co... .... ", l, nw. '4.. . 122."
SLand ...sw of n'......... ...7 12 2,'
1 m C ..in,' r*.. . .. 1- 'I1t 1f n \\. . . 12

Fnpir,' Landl Co. .........s '4 of n '4 .. 1
S E o nd Co ..... . .. f 4 1 .... l 12
n in. . . . . .....lot. 4. ..... .. ... ... ... .. . 2:


OJ I' . .ri1. ...... ...... t - 4 f .. 4 1 24
H .1 + rp. ... . .1.. ` I I-, + 1. 4 x n 4 + f n w. 1


t f \ rw McBride. f n . .. T
S1 1n 1 rwn..... ........ l1. 2 : an ............... !....2 4
larion r .in r . .. . .. s !.. ... .. -1 -24
S- l" 11 ani .1 4
Est. fNe r i.....l. r eI.......... , . .......... 2"21


S f nw 4. . . .. .. .............
*.7 ..nk.o.n ...... .1, of s\\ ,4 *'f nwd4.. ...6 T12 24
...41 f1... ............... .... ......
o i n . . . . . . . 1,4 >4.>w.1

79! P B Harp-r....... .. .. f s . ............... '24
J Fort ......... ..... .. ne 4 of s-i ... .... .......... 7 1 24
i l-st of Andrew McBride ..,lot 3. ..... .... ......... ... 12'.-4'


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2 97
95
2 47
95
2 97
95
95
2 97
5 49
1 72
4 24
2 47


4 84

2 32

2 51


Nash & Bartlett.. .. .... lots 95 96 97 sub of .......... 1T12 21
1E P Guerrant.. .. .. ....lots 5 6 11 12 13 14 19 20 21 28
29 30 37 and lots 10 22 27 e
of R R William's sub.. .... 18 12 21
'B C Smith.... ... ... ... s%oflotlfractl U S G survey 20 12 21
SMrs N H Whitney... .... lots 1 and 3 blk 4 Orange Lake 21 12 21
S5Mordica Morris.. .. .... lot 3 blk 6 Orange Lake...... 2112 21
Martin & Thagard.. ....lot 6 blk 6 Orange Lake...... 2112 21
J C Mathews... .. ...... lot 3 blk 7 Orange Lake...... 211221
R M Martin ...........lot 5 blk 7 Orange Lake.... 21 1221
37 Amanda Brown .........lot I blk 11 Orange Lake....; 21 12 21
i Rose Racket... ... .....lot 1 blk 13 Orange Lake.... 21 12 21
86 Mrs McCarley ...... ... all of blk-38 Orange Lake.... 21 12 21
Unknown ...... ... ..... lot 25 ....... .... ... .........25 12121
96 Wm Thagard ........... e14 of sw%4... ... ..... .. 28 12 21
B C Smith... ... ... ... n- of ne%4 of ne%4.. .. .... 29.1221
1 R M Martin.... ... ... .. sw% of ne% ex 420 ft n and s
661 by 525 ft e and w in nw I
S.or......... . . ....... 29112 21
27 Wm Thagard... ... ... 420 ft n and s by 525 ft e andl I
56 w in nw cor of sw% of nel I
S4. D ...e.e...........5...... ... ............ .12911221
56 Mrs L D Plewellen.. .... 15 chs n and a by 10 chs e and! I
w in ne cor of nw% .... ....130!1221
16 W B Waddell.... ... ... 15 chs n and s by 10 chs e and
w in nw cor of ne'4 of nwt I
4 ...... ... .... .. .......301221
16 Morris Mordica.. .. ....e% of neA of ne'A.... ...... 311221
D P Irvine.... ... ... ... all of s% w of R R...... .... 311221
16 J D Thagard ........... w14 of ne% of nw% and 10
56 chs e and w by 23 chs n and
33 s in ne cor of w% of nw%.. 32 12 21
33 Morris Mordica.... ... ... corn 12.65 chs s of nw cor.... 3212 21
2* thence s 27.27 chs e 17.52 chs
12 n 16.92 chs w 7.52 chs n 10.35
9i chs w 10 chs... ....... ....
6b Barbara Latson.. .. .... 210 ft sq in nlv cor of se%4 of
12 nw% ... ... ... ... ........ 331221
Belton Turner......... corn 690 ft w of ne cor of nw% 33 12 21
16 thence s 1320 ft w 164 ft n
16 1320 ft e 164 ft.... .... ....
Morris Mordica.. .. .... corn 5.50 chs w of ne cor of nw I
86 % ...... .. . . .. 33 12 21
56 thence s 10 chs w 5 chs n 10
66 'hs e 5 chs .... ...... ......
30 L A Curry. ........... 10 chs n and s by 3 chs e and
w30 in ne cor of sw % of sw % 33 12 21
( Geo Wilson ...... ... ...ne% of se% ex 7.50 chs sq in
O7 se cor ... .. ............ 331221
,! Walter Jenkins... ......sw% of se% ex 70 yds e and w
77 ;by 140 yds n and s in nw
cor ...... ... ... ..... 3312,21
16 Walt-r Jenkins....... ... w% of se% ofse .......... 3321221
09 Laura Turner... ... ....nw% of nw% of nw% ........ 3412121
51 LS Light... ... ... .... 680 ft e and w by 1275 ft n and
16g s in sw cor of se% of nw%. .I34121211
Jes.s.' Williams.... ...... corn 418 ft w and 418 ft n oft
se cor of se% of nw% ..... .36 12 21
St hence n 418 ft w 418 ft s
9 418 ft e 418 ft ...... ......
S W <'C Butler... ..... .... lot 1... ...... ... ... ... ...241222
W (' Butler.... ..... ....nw4 of nw4 and s% of nw%
and n% of sw14 ex s% of
nwi4 of sw% ... ... ...... 251222
W \C Butler.... ..... .... ne% of se% of ne% and se%
76 of se4 of ne'4 of ne% .... ,2612 22
IT H Burl-es.on ............ om 6 2-3 chs a of nw cor..1261222
thence e 30 chs a 16 2-3 chs
w 30 chs n 13 2-3 chs......
11 D D Burl- son............ .16 2-3 chs n and s by 30 chs
e and w in sw cor of nw%
,ex 7.07 chs sq in sw cor.... 26 12 22
E P M<-rrian. .. ... ..... w 1 of se % ..... ... ..... ..26 12 22
63 Mrs Sara To'nlikins.. ... 6 2-3 chs n and s by 18 chs
6* e and w in se cor of n% of
661 lot 4.. .. ... ... ... ... 281222
66 Alex Patterson.. .. ...... lots 2 and 3 Book 1 Wilbur's
86 plat Citra... ... .........27 12 22
J J Barr... ............ lots 1 3 4 bik 11 Wilbur's plat
Citra... ... ... ... ... ... 28 12 221


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Mrs. C C Reddick.. .. .. w" w.f ..... ....... ..... :-3,13 11 35 4
-lora Henderson.. .. ... S.1 t hs e and w by 13.66 ch., ,
n andi .. in nw '*or of nt 4 > ; I
In 4 . ... ........... .... il l 12 3 5T
R 4" Williams........ .... 40 ft sq, in sw cor ot nwv .. ,13 21 4 2 47
H BradlY * ............ ** <- in ;4.t3 1' I an t .:.21 '0 hO
H Br v ... ...If ., t. 4-r of ne'4..- ...-.. . \2
-hent.-m n 3.16 chs w 3.16 t;hsl
3 .I,;1 l ,c s :'.1i 6 's 4 ... . 1 3 *7
1-'a t. r +r k...k. . .. ... "** Io* f andl 424 r? i W
pos .I.. .. so o r f n 24 . . . . . ;l.;1
th,'- .,1 deg v 293 ft to P., ,
Rt I" t I ft ......... ............. ... i 41
S \l i . .. .. . all i r ...... ... ... .. ; 3 47
..rby.. . . . i o f or f I-t 1;
s oub ,f .j [' Grant.... ...... 13:l,.
thence xw *;.253 hs to n bdly of,
lot 14 ;6.2. 5 vhs s to p o b.. -3 87
. ~ if n\,,4 ex 7.9' chs .'I ini
.ii . .......... ..... -t-1 if n \ n'ex '..-, ch s 'tj in
r. n ,r... ... . .. ...... .' .' 6.8 1 H
& .\ !; H:rri n ..4 of nw4 of 1
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'T Yhr 1 ian AX .t f w .. e....... .. 13'_' .
\ i at, s .. ... .. f 4 . . . . . f. 13 0
a I .. .. ... ... n !,, f s, 14. T . . . .. I . y l.. .. I
andl % in ,-* s .,,r ,,o nw t 4 ..'lo 13o'1 ., 3
n ,'ifi xi,1n,4 . . ... n ,f n x\-, ... . . . . 11.I .." 4,1 + 1 f
S;i" 3 l A.xr, h Ph s Co. .. nwi 4 of s.-f and of an ,
; 4, w- of n. 4 of 4 and w'
,of n -^ if n-14 of -s .4 . ... .' ,;,
I f,y.',' Jackson .. .... I- of ne1 ,-x ne,/ ,of so!'.4 o1f
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S66 L. lia Daniels... ... ... 7.3)0 c hs e an'd w 'in si-l ,f f
4 S6 'ne 4 oif sw ..... .. .. .. 1tl3 .22
4 411 Win I 'ahld -ell... ......... w' "f of s#'. .... ..... 19;1312'
9 1s \ E F-arnham... ... .... .5 hs. n and by 6.75 (chs el '
and w in soe cor of n+*. of .oi I
S51 '4 ... ... . .... .... .2.o l3 "2!
1 12 Mlr E C LC ......... ..o;n at nr "cr of e I sw.% :1132
S77 thence .s 13 chs e 2 'ch. n n i "
1 6 <-h.s w 12 (lis n 5 chs w 8
1 361 chs. ..... .. ..... ... I
1 77 i I'nkon ... ... ... ....'31 'hq n and s by 3.15 e and t
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Empire Land Co... ..... s% of se% and se% of sw A li
Unknown... ... ........ ne% of sw%U..............
L E Gammon.... ... .... sw% of ne%... .. ... ......
A F Freeman. .... ...... w% of sw% of s0%... ... .. 2G2 I M
Unknown... ... ... ....e% of se% of se%... ... ... 2I~ 26
Empire Land Co... ... w% of ne% and nw% and se
% of sw% and nw% of se% 2612,U
Empire Land Co... ...... n% of ne 4'... ... ... ....... 2l2J2 M
Otis Andrews.......... w.. of sw% of sw% ........ .2T 1~2S
S F King...............nw% of se%.... ... ... ..... 3&12 M
S F King... ... ....... s of swV4 of sw% and ne%
of sw % of sw% ...... ... 32412J& 30
Unknown... . ........ nw%4 of se% ......... ..... .34 124.5
Unknown... . ........se% of se%4..... ... ........ 361 .
Unknown... . ........e% of ne4%...... ... ... ...341225 U
Wm Harden. ...... ....nw% of ne% and ne14 of nw% 1 131 M
C B Mason.. .. .. ...... ne% of ne%... ... ... ..... 123131 3 t
Heirs of Angeline Miller. s% of se%4... ... .......... 13131 M
CC Rawls... ... ....... se%4 of ne%4 and e% of w% of
ne%4 and w 3-4 of n% of se%
and se1% of se% ...... ... 221 I 13 18 1 f1
P B Garrison.... ... .... n%/ of nw'4 ex 20 acres to G &
I T Copper Co on e side...... 221311 S
E C Mason... ... ..... s% of se% of sw% T & T ex 21331 26k 2 41
J F Meridith.. .. ...... w% of sw% and s% of se'%
of sw%4 and ne3% of se% of
sw% and sw% of se% ..... 26131 150 I 0
Carkuff & Kinyon.. ....,w% of nw%... ... ... .....2 71
R G Limbough.. .. ....n% of nw16... .......... 24i 9
D B Morrison Co.. ...... se% of sw% ... ... ........ 34 21
Jno F McNair.. .. .... 1w 3-4 of n%... ..... ..... 31 SM 9
J F McNair.......... ne% of ne%... ... .... ..... 4121 4
John Sherman..... .. ... s% of sw% of ne%.... ... .. 10 [ W
Fla Land Co.... .... ..... w% of se%... ... ... ..... 10q1a
Emma Young... .. ...... e% of sw% and w% of ae%.. 1`1 1
Heirs of T W J Stanley. e% of sw% and w% of ae%..131 1
Fla Land Co... ... ..... e%.... ........ ...... ..1 3 3i
M P Thompson.. .. .....nw1% of ne% ...... ... ..... *
Betty Gollins.. .. ........ 2.50 chs n and a on n side of
se % of sw%... ... ... .....24 I 1
Hester Dawson... ....... w% of nw% of ne% of ei%.. 2413 I
A Jones.... ... ... ...... ne3% of ne1% of se%.... ....J4,1 1 13
Dan Schofield.... ... .... s% of ne% of se% and se% of
se%... ................ 2i
Noah Schofield... ... .. n% of ne% of nw%...... .. ...212M M
Jas .M Schofield... ...... s% of ne %of nw% ... .... 25..S M
Dean & Bell... ... ..... e% of sw% T & T ex .. .... 2618 44
Pleasant Miller... ....... w of se ..... ............. 2$R18
Mrs V R Himes... ...... nw% of seY% of nw and w
of sw% of se4 of nw%....f-271 i I5
B Pinkney.... ... ... ...sw% of se% of sw% of se% 2 1 a
Dean & Bell... ... ...... ne% T & T ex... ... ... ... J.l38 1
Dean & Bell.... ... .....e% of sw1% ex T & T.......3 f V1
Rubin Ellis.... ... ...... w% of sw%'... ... ... ..... 3313
Calvin McMahan.. .. ... ne% of sw%4.... ... ... ..... 34d113
Those Cabarras.. .. .. ..n %of ne3..... ... ........... 112
Martha Jackson.. .. ....'nw% of se% ex 418 ft n and
by 627 ft e and w In s cor.. ca ri W
P J Jackson.. .......... 418 ft n and s by .27 ft e and
w in se cor of nw% of se%. 1(1 1
Martha Evans.. .. .. ..s% of ne% of sw%.... ... ... I l1 1
Georgana Duncan.. .. ...se% of seA%... .............
Thos Cabarras .... .. .. % of se' of ne% of sw%.. Ii u i T1
B P Hull... ... .........corn 15.34 chs w of ne cor of
se% of se%... ... ... ... 31f1
thence w 18.16 chs s 20 chs e
9.84 chs n 10 chbs e 8.32 che
n 10 chs......... ..... ..&s M
Jno Wright.... ... ... ..In 3-4 of nw% of nw'%...... 41 i 1 3 3 t
W S Stewman.. .. .. ..is% of se% of ne%.. .. .... 91321 $ W
Albert Spawn.. .. .. .... .e% of sw4U ex n% of ne4% of
Ss ... ... .. .. .. ..... 4
Unknown... ... .......228 ft n and s by 418 ft e and"
I w in se cor of sw% of seA% 9q21 2. 1 U
Dina Lincoln.. .......... 2.50 chs e and w on e side of
; nw% of nw% of nw%4.. .. 10121 2.M 1
Chas Harris... ... ...... se% of nw% n of R R and e of
I public road....... ........ 1-13 21 5.W 2 S
Frank Lushington .. .. se4 of nwY& e of R R. ..... 104321, 12.Ml 1W
W S Stewman.... ... .... com 206 ft s of nw cor of se%
of se%... ... ... ... .... 101321
thence e 420 ft n 480 ft w
420 ft s 480 ft... ... ..... 4 1 .8
S C Mayo... .......... lots 2 5 blk 5 Reddiek........ 10 131 1s5
W S Stewman... ... ....lots 4 5 7 8 9 11 13 15 17 19 20
21 blk 9 Reddick.. .. .. ..101.231 23r
L M Sherouse... ... .... lot 14 blk 13 Reddick.. .. 101.. 21 i
Delia Howard.... ... ... nek4 of sw%4 of nw% .. ..... 113 241 1 1\ s
J Billingsley ........... .12.50 chs e and w on w side of*
I sw% of sw% ex 293 ft sq In
sw cor................... 111821 22 4 84
J Billingsley... ... ...... 293 ft sq in sw cor of sw%.. 111821 2 1 2I
Wm Jackson... ... ..... comn 418 ft e of sw cor of nw% 13 I21
thence e 420 ft n 330 ft w
S420 ft s 330 ft .... .. .... 3' 1
Celia Small... .......... .w 3-4 of nw% of sw%4 ..... 13 1241 3 1
W S Stewman... ........ lot 7 Benedict's sub of ne%.. 1513 21 416 5
L N Sherouse... ... ... lots 25 26 Benedict's sub of ne
i %. ..... .. .. ..... 151221 2 4 4
M H Rou...... ...... on w end of lot 2... ... ... ...,1821 1 4 90
J F McNair... .... ..** sw% of sw% ex w% of sw%|
of sw%4 of sw ...... .....181321 3 5 T5
Jno Parker............. lot 3 blk K Bishop's ad Fair-I
field... ... ... ... ... .... 12 1320 2 M
W B Jenkins...... .. * lot 4 blk K Bishop's ad Fair-
field......................111320 226
J R Carter ........... lot 1 blk 2 Benedict Heights. .13 12 J1 O 1 1 13
Willie Sams ............ lot 23 blk 6 Benedict Helgthsill9321 l 1 13
Chas W Torry .......... nw% of sw%... ... ... ....1911321 4 5*
J M Meffert.............lots 32 33 34 J H Campbel"rs
survey of e part of S F grant; I
and lots 1 and 2 sec 21. and|
lot 1 sec 28-sec 31 and .. .j28 1321 65 7M
W F Hull... ** *..........*** corn at se cor .. ......... .21 1321
w thence w to w bdy of lot 48i
n to nw cor lot 48 e 565 ft to
ne cor of lot 48 n 1687 ft to
nw cor of lot 52 s 68 deg 4
min e 1243 ft to sec line s to
p o b ... ... ... .... .......... ] 73 f
Ackeman & Jackson ..... lot 79 J H Campbell's survey I
or lot 8 Sim's survey of e
part of S P grant and lots 1 I
and 2 see 21 and lot 1 sec 28
section 21 and...... ...... 28 1321 20.25. 44
Ackeman & Jackson.. ..lot 82 J H Campbell's survey
or lot 7 Sim's survey of e
part fo S F grant and lots 1
and 2 sec 21 and lot 1 sec 28: I


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9I .......aw of aw4 and w 3-4 of ne
at aw ........... .... 291322 70 504
... ,.. ,.... % of nw .... .. .. 212 10" 196
.. .w...... % of nw of se% of nw%. 29*13 22 5 95
(1 M).......38 cbs a sad a by 12.42 chs e
sa" w lan cor.. .. .. .. 0 1322 40 4 54
... ... ... w. % of sw%... ........ ..331322 40 549
... .... '7.7 dbs q In se cor of sw% 34 13 22 5 89
f lw. .... ..a.O% ot aw%... ... .... ....351322 40' 247
... ... .... 140 yds a ad a by 70 yds e
ad w la sw cor of nw% .... 35 f3'22 2 1 76
IA Wofi b1 o sw ................ 3511 22 40 1 56
IM O -.. ..w% of sw%... ... .. .....351322 40 2 66
..... ......" ..T Os aq la nw cor of lot 24.. 61323 5 1 33
W ~ty... .....lot@ 5 10 ... ... ... ....... 7"1323 120 2 66
D y... ......o m at ne cor lot 24.... ..... 71323
tmom w 30 cbs a 10.81 chs
a 4 4 M 30 min e to e bdy:
at lot 24 a 2.19 chs ex 2 acres
n aw cor ... ... ... ....... 10 2 09
... ... ... ..lot n ... ..... ... .o0: 71323 40 2 66
UNOb... ..... 9% of xw ......... ..... 913723 40 133
p Ce a ... .....w% oft nw ............. 1013 23 40 1 77
r *O... ..... sw% of awK. ex 1. acre to,
Church ................. 141323 39 2 07
U A ...... ..rw% of se%... ............. 14 13 23 40 2 21
.. U..r Ce ... ..... em 12.51 chs e of nw cor of
sw% of ne%.... ... ... ..161323
thece e 10 chs a 12 chs w 10
eb a 12 chs... ..... ...... 12 3 11
i L o... ..... kts 4 28.... ... ... ... ..... 181323 80 7 07
f .tat ..... ......lot 17....... ... ... ... ..... 181323 40 1 56
jg m J ... ... ... ... ots 24 25 26 27 ex 28% acres'
sold ............ ...... 181323 130 4 07
bw *... ... ....... 220 yds e and w by 165 yds n
and a in me cor of lot 26.... 181323 7.50 1 42
SI m IN([r O... .....lot 1...... ... ... ... .....'f0913'2 40 1 77
N t ... ............ lot 7... ... ... ... ... ..... 191323 40 1 56
it. ... .... ... %...*% of sw%.... ... ... ... ... 201323 40 1 77
*0~r ... *... .. ...fue% of ne%. ... ... ... ... 2313 23 40 1 56
m~eUIr 0.. .......ae% of swk.%... ... ... ..... 2613 23 40 2 21
VWet.. ... ... .....tots 21 22 23.... ... ........ 3013'23 120 3 77
1 g-e... ...... 7.047 chs eq in sw cor of nw%
of w%... ... ..... .. ..351323 5 1 86
*AJ .. ........sw%... ... ... ... ....... 113-24 160" 3 98
& T ()..aw% of se%... ... ..... ... 11324 40 1 56
... .......lot 9.14... .............. 91324 55 1 77
S ..... ....... 12.5 chs e and w on e side of(
lot I$... ... ... ... ... ...1613*24' 25 1 63
j 5 t,* ... ....... 12.0 chs e and w on e side of
lot 3 for 1907.... ... ... ...,1613 24' 25 1 63
. . ..... ... ..lot 10... ... ... ............ 161324 40 2 21
*... ............w% of se% of ne% and se' of
9 nw aw and ne% of sw% .... 171324 100 3 40
y gggg... ... ....... 'm% of se% and n% of se% of
S... ... ... ... ... ...1713.24 60 3 40
S ... ... s...w$ of seA of De%4........ ..171324 10 1 77
.. ... m...e% of sw% and s% of sw%301324 120 3 77
...... ... .... %of kw% of ne 1Aof sw%.. 41325: 5 1 12
.. ... ... w% of lot 9 and lot 10.... 91325 80 2 66
...... ... %....sw% of lot 6.... ... ... .....101325 10 89
... ... ..... % of lot 12.....................101325 32 1 56
...... ... ....lots 3 4 6 blk 1 Kerr City.... 10 13'25 2 66
.... lot 12 bik 6 Kerr City.. .... 10 13 25 68
Wf W AE .A..ot 3 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. ..101325 89
SM ... ... .......ot 6 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. ... 101325 68
of A.. g ...... lot 9 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. ....101325 68
a O l sy.. .. ..lot 1 bik 10 Kerr City.. ....1013 25! 1 56
eggy.... ... ......lots 14 15 bik 11 Kerr City.. 1013 25 1 56
SC W n ihald.. lot 26 blk 13 Kerr City.. .. ..1013 25! 68
rtt... ... ... .....lots 29 20 blk 13 Kerr City.... 1013'251 89
Aft g-e.-. ... ....lots 1 2 5 Titcomb's sub......16 13 25 50 2 06
A:a:'k... ... ......tots 1 2 3... ... ... ........211325 150 3 77
k te g ..' .. .. ...e% of lot 5... ... ... ..... 221325 20 89
4fD L 1E a. a.. ..a% of n% of lot 3..... ..... 25,13 25' 7.50 89
-... ... *.... ...ts 12 13 and 1 acre in sw cor
of lot 3... ... ...... ...'251325 81 2 51
pi Pwa ... ... ..... lot 2 ex 3 acres on e side ande
lot 7 ex 6.50 chs e and w on
w side and ex 20 rds e and w
*- by 31.50 rds n and s In ne
..... c.o of lot 10 and ex 1 ch e
and w by 10 chs n and a in
Saw cor and ex 3.16 chs e and
Sw by 6.32 chs n and s in sw
or.. .. .. .. .. .... ......261325 87 506
S a P.. es-... ...'ots 3 4 11 12 ex e% of ne% of
lot 11.... ......... .. 261325 149 5 16
.Ag ....... ... ....% of se% of lot 8..........261325 5 89
.... ... ... .mW1% of lot 9.... ............ 26'1323' 10 1 12
J. .. ....... ....tlot 14 blk 5 Michigan City.. 2613 25 68
gta ... ..... ... lots 13 15 16 blk 6 Michigan I
City... ............ .. 26-13 251 1 19
h V__ ..... .....lot 3 blk 7 Mlcitigan Citk.... 26 13 25 68
_w_ ... .......... kot I 11 12 blk 7 Michigan
City... ... ... ... ... .... 26 13 251 2 96 I
)g ~i. ... ... .... ot 11 bik 10 Michigan City .. 26 13125t 68
C'Tew ........Ilot 1 bik 11 Michigan City.. .. 26113125( 1 1 56
... ... ....... lots 3 6 7 9 10 11 blk 11 Michi-I ) I ]
ain City. ..... ... ... ...!2613125 1 86
I a ... ... .. ...lots I and 4 blk 12 Michigan! I I
City............... ...!.'61 3'25 I 119 J
SA tate.... ..*..* **..... .5 chs e and w by 8 chs n' [
and s in nw cor of ne% of !
se% and n%4 of s% of n% of' I
gwu4 of se4...... .......133'13'25 10! 2 02
S m pllell.... .....s4w% of se %of ne4.... .....'34'13'21 10 6 -
.... .. ........nw of se% ... .... ..... ....3. '40| 1 56
gH --.. ........ .w* of sw4 'f se. 4 of nw. 364132 5! 0 68 (
..n ... ... ... w 4 of sw .... ... ... .....36 1323r 40 1 56


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s In de cor of nw 4.... .. 361325;
. ..... lots 1 2 3 and w% of ne% andi i
s% of nw% ... ... ... ..... 16613'26!
....... s~w of ne% .. ............ 114!19i
...... of sw ... ... ... ........ 214.19
....... chs n and s by 20 chs e and i
w on n side of se,4 of nw 14l21419'
....... mi 8 chs s of nw cur of set .
of nw% ... ... ... .. ..... 121419'
thence 20 chs e S chs n 20i
chs w b chs .. ... ... ..... '
. ..... nw 1% of se, of se .. 14 19
....... fu% 1 of s.1 ,.f ..t ..4 ..... .. 12 14 19
.. .. st 4 of n.E ...... ... .. 1... 14'9
. .. s. L.s of s .. . .. .. .......... 35.1 11
..... ne of net4 and \wv' of n..u'
and wL anti sel. of se'4 ex
T & T...... ... ... ... .... 114 '
..... e. and ei.2 of nw\' and st4;
ex T & T .. .. .... ..... 214 '2
S..... n of ne and sw o of n t-1
and e4: of w, x 939 ft s.
in n-e cor ex T & T... ......' .14:._'
. ... s% of netL ... ... ... ... ... 4 14 120
...... l of s' ex T & T.... .... 4'14"'_'
....... con 140 yds n .of s- cor of net '4
of sw 4 ... ... ... .. .... 4'14 2"1
thence n ":,I, yds w .0' y\i> s '
21 ..ds e 7 y .. .... . .
..... l.'% . ....ne. of se* of se.t. .... .....' 614 2
.......e of f ne.4 of sw'4 ......... 142.
. ...... O of ne*' ex se'4 of set4 or
ne ... ... ... ... ....... 8 14' 2 )
.....eO of se14 of ne% ex T & T 81420
...... nr of nw14 ex T & T.......! 814'2,W
...... s% of nw14......... ....... .9'4 142
s.....w% of sw]% ex T & T.. ......1 914;20,
..... yds e and w by 195 yds n' I
and s In sw cor of nw1 of: T
4 . ........ .... . ... 9 14'20'
... ... of stw and ne d of sw%!' I 1
ex T & T.. .... .........11014120'
..... n and n %ot sw%4 and w% of1 t I i
e % ex T & T... ..........112!,14'201
...... of sw% ex T & T..... 13114.20
..... nw% of sw% ...... ....... ...141420i
..... w% of swn4 and swY4 of se%4 i
and n% of se% ex T & T. .... .15!14201
..... ne of nw% ... ... .. ..... 16'14'20i
Sw % of nw %of nw4 ... ....'1614!201
n%..... of s% and se%4 of sw%!' j i
and *% of se'4 ex T & T ... .1l6'14t20
..... .w% of ne ex T & T.... .. 11714'20!
..... ne of ne'4 and w% of ne%4l | i !
and ne% of nw% ex T & T. .1211141201
...... L. of ne% and n% of nw'4 I I I
and se'4 of nw'4 ex T & T22,14;,:0.
. .... nt of ne4 ..... .... ........ 23114120!
..... of n w ex T & T .... .. 231 4; 20
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and nw%4 ex T & T.... .... 24114 20
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nw cor and ex se% of se%
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S27t Wi\ Lever... ......... w 14 of ne'...... ......... 414U 1'
.1 K St-wart... . ...... \v. of 14 ......... ..... 4 14 1
lJ E & WV J W aters.. ... .se .... .. ... . .. ... .:;4 '1
C James. ..... ........ :ze 1 of sw14 ... ... ... .. 36:11V211
37 i\XV T Smith 971 'cor ;and nw %4 of sw14....... 1144i.'.
72 Louise L Russell......... .ne 4of nw-14 ex n1"21 of se1 of i I
4'1 n(e14 o)f nw ..... ... ... ;'214" 22
11 H A Atwater... ... .... nL. of se4s of ne1 of nw .. 14_22_
i Fl;t French Phos Co.. .. sw\ of nw4 aikl s1. of s, 14' 1!
o tf .% 14 . .... ... ..... ; 14"2""
21.FlI French Phos Co.. .. nw1 of n1\v,4 and sI14 ,,f" n14 I
S oT se14 ... ... ... ... .. 2'14 .22'
39. 1. Perry... ... ... .... .-w4 of nw\L4 of s t-1 .. . ..' 2 14 .
S!'i French Phos Co.. .. l. of sw",4 and s 1-3 )f s4 '
of nw14 and s1. of net4 of f
4" sw4 and s 3-4 of se of swif | i
4 49 .s'1 in sw (or and se4 ......' 3 14 --
Fla Fronchl Phos Co.. ... o._' 0 of R R........... 4' 14 2'
S Talton...... .......... si. of nw 14 of se'4 .... ... s 14 22'
F Preston... ... .... w. of nw' of nw'' of nw .. 14 _
36 J R Fonville...... ... .. :s 1/4 of nw 4.............. ...14 .221
146 S;lima Brown.......... ..:co'in 2 ft w and 30 ft s of no'
S 46 cor of . .. ... ... ... ..... 914'22'
47 thence w 220 ft s 392'2 ft 1 I
220 ft n 392/ ft... ... ...... l I
SO F \V Bishop... ... ... .. com 160 yds e of nw cor of nwi I
14 of se %......... ..... 9;14'22I
97, thence e 70 yds s 141) yds w i
99 70 yds n 140 yds ....... . .
47 Mattie F Holton.. .. .... that part o o se of se w of! i
R R............... ....... 9114222i
'R L Rockett.. .. .. ....comR at intersection of Oakland l i !
32 ave and Third st. Anthony 9114 221
thence w 300 ft n 290 ft e 300 I
79 ft s 290 ft............... ...
D A Smith. ..... ......corn 100 ft w of sw cor R R j
99 depot grounds Anthony .... 9114 221
96 thence w 200 ft s 40 ft e 200 t I
13 ft n 40 ft.. ...... ... ... .
Wm E E Kates.. ... corn 157 ft e and 288 ft s of sw; I
32 .cor R R depot grounds An-1 I
24 thony ... .. .... .......;1 9 14:22!
12 theftce e 157 ft s 139 ft w 10I
ft n 129 ft w 50 ft n 10 ft .... I
83 Wm Plairt... ... ... .....corn at se cor R R depot I
47 grounds Anthony.... ....... 9:14 22
thence s to R R n with R R
78 212 ft e to p o b... ......
D W Bishop... ... .....comrn 60 ft e and 375 ft s of sw
87 cor R R depot grounds An-
97 thony. ........ .......... 91422
97 thence s 150 ft e 165 ft n 150
ft w 165 ft... ... ... .....
60 Untcnown......... .....lot 25 Swain's plat Anthony.. I
E G Lindner.. ....... .. lots 66 67 Swain's plat Anthonyl I
Unknown.... ... ... ..... lots 68 69 70 Swain's plat An-
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Those Butler... ... ...... e% of se % of se% ......... .13214 20 20 1 7
Jno Butler.... ... ... ... 330 yds e and w by 226 yds n
and s in se cor of ne% of nw I
% ... ... .. ... .........33 14 20 15 3 5
Dean & Bell. ...... ......se% of nw% and ne %of sw'4%
and nw% of se% ex T & T331420 120 6 8
Dean & Bell. ...... ......lots 4 5 6 sub of s% of s%.... 33 14 20 78 4 2
Dean & Bell. ..... ...... n% of ne% arnl ne% of nw%
ex T & T.... ... ...... ... 35 14 20 120 5 5
Heirs of H M Clark..... w 3-4 of sw% of sw'% and w
3-4 of s% of se% ex T & T 35 14 20 90 6 8
Dean & Bell... ... ...... n% of nw% ex T & T.. ...... 36 14 20 80* 4 3
J M Meffert... .......... e 3-4 of as................ 71421 240 11 0
N J Townsend... ... .... w% of nw% of ne4.. ...... 9 14 21. 20 1 5;
J M Meffert. ..... ...... w% of nw% of nw% ... ...... 914 21 10 1 5(
Dean & Bell... ... ... ..e% of nw% of nw% and sw%
of nw% ........ ........ 914 21 60 3 4
L H Haynes... ...... .. s% of se% of se%4 ex 140 yds
n and s by 210 yds e and w
In se cor ex T & T.... .... 91421 13.66 2 8:
Frank Campbell......... nw% of se4% ex T & T.. .. ..9 14 21 40 2 6C
D Anderson... ......... corn 6.33 chs s of nw cor of se%
of se% ... ... ... ... ..... 9 1421
thence e 15 chs s 3.67 chs w
15 chs n 3.67 chs ex T & T 6 2 02
Neil J Townsend... ..... corn 60 ft w of nw cor blk 4
Martin... ................ 10 14 21
thence w 417% ft s 417% ft e -
417% ft n 417% ft.... .... 4 2 46
Willie Townsend.... ... ..corn at sw cor of se% ... ..... 10 14 21'
thence e 4.20 chs n 3.18 chs
e 7.11 chs n 37 deg 30 min w
3.37 chs e 11 chs n 13.79 chs
w 3.95 chs s 6.23 chs w 16.05
chs s 13.77 chs.... .... .... I| I 1 231 4 16
J L Wiley... ... ....... corn 5 chs s of nw cor of sw% 101421
thence s 5 chs e 35.68 chs n
7 deg 30 min w 5.05 chs w.%
35.08 chs . .... ........ ... 18 2 23
J E Smith... ..... .... s 2-3 of s% of sw4.. .. ...... 110 14 21 52' 4 86
Alonza Cox.... ... ... ... corn 4.74 chs s of nw cor of sel
4 ............ .......... 1014 21
thence 2.37 chs e 4.74 chs n
2.37 chs w 4.74 chs.. .. .... 1.12' 1 79
F W Biddings............ corn at se cor of w% of se%110 14,21
thence n 6.21 chs w 11 chs s
37 deg 30 min e 7.40 chs e 6.71,
chs...... .... ... ... ..... 5.34 2 23
Monroe Bros & McDonald 16.35 chs e and w by 6.23 chs
n and s in nw cor of sw'% of
se% ... ................... 10 14 21 10 1 72
Neil J Townsend .. .. ..lots 1 and 2 blk 1 Martin.... |1014 21 2 3 77
N J Townsend.... ... ... lots 15 16 17 blk 6 Martin...... 110'14 21 1 12
N J Townsend.... ... .... lot 2 blk 8 Martin... ... .....;101421 89
M J Roesas... ......... lot 10 blk 13 Martin.... ... ...110 14 21 1 56
D T Wesner.... ... .....lots 1 2 3 4 blk 19 Martin.... 10 14,211 1 33
J L Wiley.... ... ... ... lots 1 2 blk 23 Martin........ 11014121| 89
J L Wiley.... ... ... .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk 24 Martin....... 10141211 1 33
W Warren.......... .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk 25 Martin.. .. 10114 21| 1 33
Kate Grenault... ... .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk 29 Martin.... 10114 -21 1 33
Julia Greene.... ... ..... all of lot 4 blk 31 Martin......11o14 211 2 21
H Patterson. ..... ......lot 4 blk 32 Martin.. .. .... 1014 211 1 12
Baldwin Hose Co.... .... lots 1 2 blk 35 Martin.. .. ....(1014 21: 89
Hattie Brown. ..... .... e% of se%4... ... ..........11 14121 80, 7 07
Stephen Brown.... ... ... nwY of nw% and 12.50 chs el } I
and w on w side of sw4..112 14,21 90 S 48
Hattie Brown.... ... ..... sw% of nwY4 ex T & T.. .. .. 12 14-21 40/ 2 66
Stuckey & Tiller Co... ..nw% of se% ex T & T.. ....J141141'I 40 2 21
Henry Riley.... ... ... .. w% of swA... ... ... ... ... '14'14 211 80 3 98
F W Bidding.... ... ..... 2 acres in shape of triangle in [
ne cor of nwY4 of ne%'4...... 15 14 21 2.66 1 63
Monday Maynor... ...... s 3-4 of se% of nw% ... ... ..15 14 21 29 2 66
Loton Eichelberger.. .... corn at ne cor of se'4 ... .... 15 14 21
thence s 652 ft w 11 ft nwl
with R R 762 ft e 253 ft....... 3| 2 16

Lewis Washington... ..... e% of ne% of nw% of se%4. 15 14 21 51 89
Henry Riley... ... ... .. se% of se' ex nwY4 of se'4 ofj
se'% ... ... ... ........ ... 15 14 21 30 2 96
Monday Maynor... ...... nw', of se% of se%.. .. .... 15 14 21 10! 1 33
Lewis Washington... .... w 3-4 of n% of nw% of se1'4. 15.14 21 15' 1 77
Jno Mazon... ... ... ... ne'4A of sw4%... ... ... ..... 16114,21 40 2 66
Hattie Brown. ... ...... G chs e and w on w side of e% 1
of se% of nw%.. .. .. ......17.14j21 12 2 07
J S Bradley... ... ...... w% of se% of nw%4.... ...... 17414121 20 2 66
Monroe Bros & McDonaldn% of se %of sw%... ... ..... 17i14'21 20) 1 56
F h Kinsler.... ... ...... nwY4 of sw.4... ... ... ...171421, 40) 2 66
J W Crosby.... ... ...... nw% of se% and n% of ne% of
sw% and se% of ne% of sw% 18"14 21 70 5 04
L H Haines.... ... ... .. s% of se% of se% ex 140 yds n
and a by 210 yds e and w in
se cor........ .. ... ..... ..19 1421 14 2 32
E C McLeod.... ... ..... ne% of ne% and e% of se% of 1 i
ne% ...... . . ..... 122 14121 60 5 79
Taylor Wright... ....... n% of ne % of ne of se4 ... .22 14:211 5 1 72
Walter Nichols. ..... ... n%, of s% of sw\. of ne4 .... i24 14 21 10. 1 72
Isaiah James.... ... ..... e% of nw4 ex 5 chs n and s I
on n end... .. ... ..... ....|2414 21 70 5 79
Sam Strap.... ...... .... sw % of sw 4. ..... ........ 25 14 21 4 4 24
Ellen Tucker. ..... ...... n% of neY% of nw%- of se'/4 .... 25 14 21 5 1 22
Wm Smith.... ... ... ... 216 ft sq in nw cor of ne% of
se4 ... ... ... ... ... ..... .. 26'14'21! 1 1 52
Jas Kinsler... ... ... ... nw'4 of sw14... ... ... ..... 27114.21; 4"i 2 97
Dorris Murrell... ... ... e% of se% of se .... ... ...127'1421 20T 1 72
Jim Murrell... ... ...... % of set of se4... ... ... 2714 211 2' 1 72
Dan'l Green... ... ...... c %of sw% ex T & T. ....... .2S14 21! 80, 4 31
Mrs J K Stewart... ..... se% of se4..... ...... ......2S14'' 4t) 2 38
Lee Richmond.... .. ..... sw of ne% and s of nw/4 I
and nw.4 of sw% ex T & T. .'29 14!21 1601 S 4S
'has Kelly...... ....... s% of nw4 of ne1 ex \\'w of !
sw1t of nw4 of net, ex T &' !
T............... .. ..t3S 1421l 15 2 02
I E & W J Waters..... w.. .... ..... ............ .104'21! 1.5 7 70
H-leirs of Mrs I Stafford.. .'z of ne'4 and nU of se%1 andi I
s'2 of st'4 ex 140 yds sql in! j
sw cor ex T & T........... 32 14'21 236 12 41
\Vr.yv Gerome... ... .. .e, of sw-4 of ne'i ex T & T.33 14121 10 1 19


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ne/4. ..... ...... ... .. 10 14 22
C A Priest.... ... ....... s1 of ne4 and e% of se% ofi I
nw% ... .. ...... ... ..... 11114 22"
Fla French Phos Co... .n% of nW'4 and w% of se% of I '
nw 4... ... .... .. ... .. 11114 122!
Fla French Phos Co... ne'4 of sw'4 and n,2 of se4 1114 i22'1
C A Priest.... .. ...... se of nw%... ... ... ... ..... 12114:22'
Fla French Phos Co... s% of sw4.... ... ...... .... 13!14 22
Fla French Phos Co..... .nw% of ne'4.. .............. 13 14221
Unknown.. .. .. .. ....ne'4 of sw% ex se% of ne% 4
of sw'4 ... ... ... ..... 13 14122
Unknown.... .... .... n% of se% of sw' and se'4 of,;
ne%' and s% of ne% of nw%)13 142
Unknown.. .. .. .. .... ne% of nw%4......... ..... 11414122
Mose Graham............. n% of se% of ne%... .......1 1414'22
Nancy Tompkins.. .. ... n% of s% of se% of ne'4...... 14 14.L21
Fla French Phos Co.... se% of nw% ande 3-4 of s% of
sw% of nw% and e% of ne%'41
of sw%4 of nw% and nw% of
sw% and n% of swy of sw%!
and s% of ne'% of swV4 andi I
n% of se% of sw% and 3 1-31
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s on w side of se%./ of sei! I
". "' of sw 4. ... ... ... ... .. 14114 221
(ary Neaceman.. .. .... corn 5 chs w of ne cor of nwv'4t I
.i.... II I ,a of nw ... ... ... ....... 15 14 22
thence s 7.30 chs e 13.62 chs n i 'I
7.30 chs w 13.62 chs.... ....
Emnia Frazier.. .. .. ... 1 acre s of R R in n% of nw'N 15'14_221
"\m Moore.. .. .. ...... corn 140 yds n of sw cor of nw
.o % '4 of nw % ... ... ... .....15114 !,,i '
thence e 70 yds n 70 yds w I
70 yds s 70 yds.. .. .... ..
Jno Jennings.. .. .. .. sw% of nw% ex 2.50 chs n and I
s on n side..... ........ '151'4 '22
Dan Jnennigs.. .. .. .... 2% chs n and s on n side of sw
4 of nw% ... ... .... .....!1 14 21
Mrs P Sanders....... ... 132 yds n and s by 368 yds e
and w in se cor of nw4 ofi I I
se%...... ............ 1514 22)
Fla French Phos Co.. ...se/4 of ne% and ne4% of se i
and 14 chs n and s on n side I
,of nwY of sey ... ...... 15 14 2
I nknown.. .. .. .. ..... neo of sw% .. .... ........ 1514
Heirs of J J Baskin ... n. 4 of nwv4 of ne'4 ... ... .... 18 14'
Mrs M W Hendon.. .. ...w2 of nw%4... .....1914
UInknown... ... ... ..... sw% of se 4... ... ........ 20'14
Unknown.. .......... e of nw- .. ............. .i2114t).
Fla French Phos Co.. .. corn at ne cor of se%4 of ne'.. .I22.142'4
thence s 2.50 chs w 20 chs n [ IlI
10 chs e 20 chs s 7.50 chs.. I
.M r1 E Morse.. .. ..... 15 cs e and w by 10 chs n and:
SLus in nw cor of sw%4 of sw%'2314,22;
NV Luffman & Bro ...... i414 ft n and s on s side of se%
of sw% ... .............714
DH Souter.... ... .. se% of ne% and ne0 of se*4 .12914'22!
J H Hunter............* w% of sw... ......9 14
W/. Of W 4... ... ... ... .....91 ..
SE Conway......... of e% and sw4 of new4 and
n% of e% of nw 4... ... ....314'22'
Hunt & Ferguson.. .... sw% of n.p and 8 chs n and ti
s on s side of nw1i of ne .
Stuckey & Tiller.... ..... n of ne% of sw% ex 12 chs
..... ... e and w by 5 chs n and sin!
nw cor and nwo of nw'j and'
w of se ... ... ... ......
Stuckey & Tiller ....... e% of se',4 of nw 4 f l-w
aknd .... of n"1 of s% o
Isx w and .ne. of sl o4 of so
W H W alk -. .. ... ... ..... 133.14 :2,
V H Walker... ... ... ni.. of nwo f of sW 4 -.. 3 3 14
Unknown... ...... .... .se of n .......... 14
J C French... ... ... ... 4T1 ft n and s by 390' ft e andl,
w in no (,r of sw.4 I)f se 4134,1
Jn-, Robortson ... ... .... e of WlI. of net ex T & T. 36 14 2
Inkniwn ... ... ... .... w% of n ex T & T.
Pautl Hampton ... ... ... n ,lof I lots and 9 s ,f brant,h
*x T & T... ... ... ...... 142 :.
-C ld" win .. .. .. .... n. tof lot 4 ... ... ... 14
I'tiknwn .... .... ....... 1 ,- of lot 3.... . .. ......... : -
L;ura I' Thonas .. .. ... 7..7,0 (chs *. a d w on e si. o)f'
o f... ... ... ... 14
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F Smith. ... ..... ... s of ........... .14 .
Unknown. . .... ....... n. o.f nwvi4 ... ..13 . l4;2;1
.\nni R 0'Lite. ... .....lots 39 and 4 Cu.tr' ad t, 1
iver Springs..... ......... 31'3
UnknI wn... ............ bks 2, 3 and 4 Parad." .. ....3- 3
SUnknown .............lts 2 3 4 blk .9Paradise....... 32l14 :31
Unknown... ... ........ts 2 3 bik 10 Paradise.... 4 23
unknown ..............lo0ts ,1f 3 4 and 2 ex I ch 3e11 a
nni al on e sid P ,blk 1 Paradise:3211423,
U'nknownr....... ....lots 3 a4 b Paradise.. .32'

(" J Camp.... ... ....... e% of e e/ .. .. ... 33114t-231
J N Tiller.......... ... n4 of nw23 4 of'ne4. a ....... 314.23f

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Jas Quarles... ... ..... lots 11 12 .. ....... ...... .1814241
Jas Quarles.... ......... w of nw ... ... .......... 181141241
Chase S Adams. ... .. ne% of ne' ...... * ..... "191424
Chas S Adams....... ...s of nw ............. ... 20!141241
Tropical Land Co.. Ltd .. n% of ne% . ..-- ---3... 21114241
Wm A Witherill.. ......9 48 chs n and' 'by ch 21424
Wm A sWitherill ..w ow In ne cor of se.. .. 31714'241
SA itherill....... ..w. sw and s% of S !1of 4
P Tchle................f ...w.............. 32,14 24
P Tichler... ... ... ..... se% of n "' nne of s 3214 24
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,ad RwI othw% ex T A T261518 160
A of e% and nw% of se% o3015 18 80
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Send... ... ... ......... 11519 52
a ... ... .... 243* 5- ft of ne cor.... 11519
thence a 111 yds w 43 yds n
A 8 s .... .Il Yd1 e 43 yds... ... ..... 1
A 8 Metlmo.n........... 43% yds e and w by 34 3-4 yds
L and a In no cor ......... 11519 .50
L 8 ta *...... ...... co 210 ft s of ne cor of se 21519
hsunce a 210 ft w 220 ft a 40
rte with R R to p o b.... .95"
c~ P ...... ... ..... 8% ofe% ex 1 acre to R R.. 21519 28
am P Mrphy........... .com at R R crasing on e bdy 215 19
thence a 30 ft w 30 ft n 30 ft
e 30 ft...................
F A Murphy... ... ...... corn 30 ft of R R crossin on
e bdy... ... ... ... ....... 2 15'19
thence w 60 ft n 60 ft e 60 ft
60 ft...... ... ....... ...
Vnka ..wn .. .. ... ...... e of net%... ............. 41519 80
L T Headvcks.. .. .....corn at sw cor of lot 2 blk 4
Romeo... ... ... ... ... ... 61519
thence s 27% ft e 95 ft n
27% ft w 95 ft... ... ......
I H Bayle. ............ nw%% of nwi4 of nw%4.........121115 19 10
CH HHarrave......... sw...... .......... ..... ..... 123115 19 160
M J Epperonm ...... ... sh ot nel' of ne% ... ... ... 35 15 19 20
0 J HB mie... ... ... .... e% of sw% ... ... ... ....... 35115 19 80
Jtmmle Langley... ...... ne14 of ne'4... ... ... ...... 36115 19 40
S J B wle ...... ... ..... sw ..... ... ...............36 15119 160
Chao <'hambvr%... ... ... s.w of ne ................. 1115120j 40
Mrs M R ice (Pald)..... e4 of ne% and ne'4 of se '4
and sw\, of ne+1 of ne'.., 2,15,20| 90*
l.utht-r Auftin.... ... .... 140 yds sq in sw cor of nw% i
of sw . . . .... ... .... 21520 4
SC Smith Josh Aldridgat........ .... of se4 of st.. ...... 2,15201 201
VF Jon-e ... ... ... .... ..% of s*,., ex 7 chs sq in sw'
cor . .. . . . . .. ....... 11,1520! 351
C4as Ford ..... ...... 7..7 chbs sq in sw cor of se4 of [
se .... ............ ... 11 . .20 5
W B Young... ..........nw i of ne'k... ......... ..2715 20 401
J F Folksl... ... ... ..... w4 of ne4 ex T & T..... ..114415120 80
C W Schell.... ... ...... w4 of nw' ex 250 yds n and!
s by 196 yds e and w in swi I |
cor... ... ..... .... ..... 114 15120 70
I util" L Bates... ... ... n'% of sw% of se% and s'4 of; I I
nw%4 of se%.... ... ...... 11515201 30
L Butler.... ... ... ..... 70 yds sq in se cor of n% of ne! I
% of nw' ... ... ... ..... 117:15 201 1
UuLe Washlngton... ....s h of sw% of nw% of nw%..!17!5,201 51
Andrew Shepherd.. .. .. sh of ne% of nw% of ne%..i1S 1520j 5'
T B. F A & W A Wood- I ,
ward ........ ...... sw4 of nw'%4... ... ... ......20.15.20 40,


('ark. Ray. Johnson Co..Isw' of ne%'... ... ... ..... 21 15,201
Lout-a A Garner.. .. .... ne3A of se% and et of nw4 of, i
se4 and n'z of ne', of sw%' |
of se% ...... ..........21115'.2
Jam *'ribhett .. . . .. .. ne% of ne'% .... ... ..........23 15'3 'i
Pendleton heirs (Paid).... s8 of neI4 of se4A of se %.... 12415'201
F R Pendleton (Paid) .... s,4 of nw'4 of se'4 of se%..,24:15;20,
Frank Jefferson.. .. .. sw %of sw'%.and s% of nw%4 i
of sw ... ... .... ... ..... 28;15120;
Jimmit Langley .... .... e4 of sw.< of sw' and 105 ft! i
sq in sw cor of ne% of swi3015i20l
Henry R oddenbtwrry....... e4 of sw% of se% ........... 30:15 2U,
Jimmi- Langley .. .. .... n' of nw% and se% of nw%% |
and nw%4 of sw'4.... ...... i3115 201
Fla French Phos Co .... ne 4...... ...... ... .... .36 15 0i
Foyd Summers.... .... sw of se84......... ......i 15 121
at",-t M Mitchell ....... .sw. of nw ... ... ..... .15.21.
Henry GadMaden (Paid)... sh of ne'4 ex 420 ft e and w
by 630 ft n and s in ne cor;
and n % of se%.... ... .....i 2:1521
Mrs L E Ferguson.. .... nw% of ne'................ 311521'
Heirs -if Mrs I Stafford.. nw %of ne% and el* of nw'41 I
and ne %of sw',4 ex T & Ti .515!21
E mith ... ...... ... nw4 of ne'4 and ne'4 of nwv4t 615121
Annie Steven.on ... ... .swif of sel ... ... ... .....|i 6 1521
Unknown .. .......... se of sw'4... ... ... ......j
Phil Upa-mmh.. .... ... nw' of ne%...... ... ....: 1 8|1-121
Pam lI w in sw cor of swV,'.... ... 9!15121,
L.tt. Simmon- (Pald)... co 220 ft n of sw cor ... ... 91521-
thunce e 661, ft n 2240 ft w 660 i
ft s 220 ft. ..... ........ ..
rj. \\ilk,.rMli ......... cm 440 ft n of sw cor......i 9:15121|
thence e 660 ft n 221 ft w 66" I
ft s 1220 ft.... .... ........


Jan. Mlurr.ll .. . ...

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M.AgiC zSlragin-........


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..5o cns e and w by 13 chs n
and s in sw tor of ne 4 of,
noe . . . . 1115ji1'
w12 of se"t oIf iVw'4 of se;4.11'5 21;
oinn 630 ft s of ne cor of nwv4i I
of se ...... .. .......... 11 15-21'
thence 'lI ft 42)0 ft n i I
21'" ft 42o' ft ... ... ... ...
,.. 'if se1, ,of n\\ l'4 of se4 . 11:15 -21'
s ,. '4of nw .4. ..... ... ...... 1_.21 -21
. f ,f se of nw of sw .... .;12(15"21,
i.\ 14 4of n\v,4 . ............. 13.15.21;
,., of s t,4 of nw% ..... ..... .I1 .14 21,
) If st14 of nW-. ... ....... .'14 1.,'_1!
t7 it ,. and w by 564 ft n and i
M' n \\ c- f !.i of nw .4 1. 15.21'
in 1474 It e ". ixw or of . of I
i.' .4 . .. .. . .... ... .',1 1 -21
'.n. s 3 17,1 ft nf i
13. f: \\ l' f '...
ti 4 h> ** .a1 'iu on *' side of


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S Of s% 4 . . . . . . .....
ofii. '4 if nsv' and lin 14 o f n\v4 "27 1,"11
nel4 o"f nw vl ... ... ... ..... 34 1: -1
Alf TIN 4 . . . . . . . ... 34.15 .)21
\,. nt'4 of o1\w, ex 7 chs sq in n. s
cor. ... .. ... ... . ...... .o .5 1..1
all of ,x lo5 ft s, in n\w cr o, t
blk 7 Silver S ring-s.. .. .. 1 1 '
1.12 chs sq in ne cor blk 11 Sil-
ver Springs. .. .. 1 17 2
11n,'14 blk 12 Silver Springs .... 1 1-. -
I..mi t h.- so in sw cor lot 3 hlk
14 Sil\,-r Springs.. . .... 11 2-'
,sill 21'i ft V\ ,4t so cr 1of" n\\ '14
if lni14 .... ... .. .. .. .. 1 -, "'
thfr-n n 11" ft w 11" ft
110 ft e 11. f: .... .... ....
coin .', Ift s .*f n\ c(or of Fnlet 1 17, 2-
thnt,- 21ft t" 210 ft n -21'
ft w 210 ft.. ........ ....... *
IL. f n \\ 1'4 ... ... ... ....... .
'o110n 1' chs \w of ni. c-r of s'.;
of sw 14 .... ... ... .. ... ......'.. l. -'1
thence w with R R 210 ft s at
right angle with R R 193 ft e
2o9 ft n 175 ft . ... ......
nw s1 and n11 f sw.. .. .. ... .. .21 22'
. .s of ne'% ( of nw .... .. .. 4 15'22'
.... lots 7 and S sub of s-.. .... 4.15-22!
l' lot 37 sub of s' 12.. . 4:15 ,
lot 4' sub of s'1..... .. ......; 4 15 22
ne'4 of ne' ,... ... - .......... 1 22
. 2 s of ne', of se .... .- . 5 1 5.'122.
.. f set .. ..... ....... ... 6 15 22,
i ""%. *e14 of ne' ex 140 yds sq in i
ne cor. ... ... ..... 15'22-
lot 3 blk 12 Munden's sub.... 7.15 22.
** 'w of blk 11 Munden's sub..1 715;22
*** lots 1 2 3 4 blk 2 Robinson & '
.**. Large's ad Ocala... ..... 7 15 22,
lots 5 6 7 8 blk 7 Marion o n
.. Heights.. ... ... ... ...... ... 15
lots 5 6 7 8 blk 7 Marion
* ... Heights for 1907.... .... .1 7 15 22!
Slots 6 7 bik 8 Marion Heights' 715 22'
** blks 1 2 3 4 5 6 and lots 1 2 3 4
** **** blk 7 and lots 1 2 3 4 5 8 blk
8 and blks 9 10 and lots 5 6
8 blk 11 and blks 12 and 13
Marion Heights.... ... ..L 7 1512
omo 1247 f t n and 1492 ft e !;
of sw cor........ ...... -8 '15122
thence s 105 ft e 210 ft n 105 I,
ftr w 210 ft... ... ...... .... 1
3-4 of sw% of ne', and sw1' I
** *** f 4se of sw, ex T & T..!10i15221
1se% of ne%............13115 22!
si ofSe% of nP14 of 'sw ..i1315129'
.w 3-4 of ski of nw% of s......Il315i211
* lot 10 sub of nw .. . .......1141151221
"* lot 15 sub of nw% .... ... J.'1411522
*** *-.,. -a.a 1T.75 chs n and s by! I


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I n l'"'.. .. .... ... ... ... s .. "of s '14 .. .... ... .... ... '12 1 "1
1 "l kno- n .\ ... .. ... ... -'I-4 f l 14 4 . .. ... ........... . ; 1
D n n. . . 1 1 . . . . . . . .
i 'tlknionl ... .. ......... .. .s\\ 4 *!" nw14 . .. ... .... i''i.; i1
|K P P rI n l.." .. ... ... .... .s\'14- ,>f n.- *f n. '4 . . . .
S1 I'nkn \\n.... .. ..... .. lot 156 .... .. .. ... .... .. .,
'\1 :rr., & \\W at r .... .... lots 1 l, t ; ;.l ? t, 22 ;ii, 26.
o In .* ltts ,; X. T .'li- t
1 '' kinis' a to DLuninll in in >l '1
4 24 "f n\\ 4 . . . ... ... ... . . 1
E E E t'onver-y. ..... .... ,lot .. Tomipkins' ad t.o )Du ii,-l-
I lon in sw i of nw ..... .2., ll
E McMurtry ... ... ...'lts 135. 136 137 155 1iti TOllilI-
kins' ad Dunnellon in swi o14f O
'4 . . . . . . . . . ,
nw .......................1; I
5 01 'nknom n ... ... ... ..... nw-1.4 of se of se .. .. Til. .
1 96.J S Williams. ...........lot 20V Watkins ad Dunn.llon 27 It 16'
1 46 Mary E Vogt..: .... ..... ev of nw'i and sw\\14 of nw\ 14 31 1t1 3
95! Unknown ..... ... ..... of se0, of s ne'4 and e'. .of
_1 ne1- of se ......... . 31 16
2 97 Unknown... ... ... .... isw4 of ne04 and nw 14 of s\\i
1 72 and s5t of sl n of river. . 16 15S
4 24 Ray & Anderson... ... .. lots 1 to 19 ine Dunnellon.. 3: 16,1' "
Eliza Giles... .. ... ... lot 36 Dunnellon. .. ... ..... 16 1I"
4 54 Unknown (Paid..... ...... lot 41 Dunnellon............ 3 16 1:
9, Ray & Anderson.. .. .... lots 75 to 109 ex lots 86 arnd
2 97 133 to 142 and 148 to 160 and
167 to 265 and 291 to 301 and
2 02 308 to 313 Dunnellon......... 35i16 1S
Mrs R E Vann. ... ..... lots 379 380 Dunnellon.. .. 33 16 1i
4 04 C Y Miller............. lots 389 390 Dunnellon ...... .. 3516 15I
L M Ray... ... ... ..... lots 422 423 437 43s Dunnellon3",*16l18i
4 04 Mrs C C Castel. ......... 25 ft n and s by 75 ft e and w
95 in se cor lot 5-1 Dunnellon..'35 16 1 ;
Mrs N A Hargraves.. .... lot 528 Dunnellon..... .... ....3. 16 1I,
Morro & Waters.... ..... lot 557 Dunnellon.. .. .. .....3516.1S
W\V H Stephens.... ... ... lot 566 Dunnellon... ... ..... 35i16 isi
Camp Phos Co.... ... ... lots 894 895 896 898 890 900
14 25 Dunnellon... .. . . .. .... 3 16 181
Unknown... ... .. ... ..lots 897 901 Dunnellon.. ....'3516 181
Unknown... ... .. ... ..lot 899 Dunnellon...... .....'3516.18
Unknown............... lots 1337 1396 Dunnellon.. .... ..35 16 18
6 39 W P McKinney .. .. ....lots 1252 1270 1272 1274 1294 j I
1298 1408 Dunnellon.. .. 35 1611S!
5 79 Unknown... ... ... ..... lots 1220 1226 130)4 Dunnellon!35116Il8!
1 96 D H Cotton... ... ......lots 1228 1229 Dunnellon.. ....'35 161181
1 72 Balloon & Moultrie. ....lot 1250 Dunnellon.. .. .. .... .35]16,1 S
1 72 T L Lowrie... ... .......lots 1257 1258 1:.77 1278 Dun-
1 46 nellon . .. .. .. . . . . 35 16 1$
95 T D Weeden.... ... ..... lot 1269 Dunnellon.... .. ..i3516185
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4, OWNER DESCRIPTION _

P *
E B Duncan.... ... ......corn 33 ft e of sw cor Alvarez| I
8 00 grant... ... ... ... ....... 15 22
4 31 thence e 14.14 chs n 14.14 chs
w 14.14 chs s 14.14 chs....
5 79 T R Gary... ... ........nw% of nw% ... ... ........22 15 22
Sam Davis (Paid)..... ... ne% of ne% ex 8.30 chs sq in
sw cor of ne% of ne ...... 24 15"22
2 06 Isaac Piner... ... ... ... e 5-8 of se3A of neV4........ 2415 22
Sauker White.... ... .... corn 70 yds n of sw cor of nw% 24 15 22
1 76 thence n 210 yds e 140 yds s
210 yda w 140 yds for 1907..
H W Taylor.... ... ... .. nw% of ne% of sw% ex 1 acre
1 31 sq in ne cor........ .... 26 15 22
2 97 Ed Lewis.... ... ... ....corn 146 2-3 yds w of sw cor of
ne%4 of se%.... ... ... ..... 26 1522
thence n 330 yds w 146 2-3
2 32 yds s 330 yds e 146 2-3 ydsi
Unknown.. .. .. .. ..... s% of ne% of swe% and ne4 of-
ne'% of sw%.. .. .. ...... 26 15 22
Mrs M E Prater.. .. .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk D Montague.. 26 15 22
2 62 J C DuBols .. .. .. .... lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 blk G Monta-
11 48 gue... ... ... ... ... ..... 26 1522
L W Drew. ... ... ..... lot 16 sub of se%'... ... ..... 28 15 22
Fla Lime Co .... ........ e% of set% ex 4 acres to Mat-
tie Ruth... ... ... ... ... 2915 22
1 58 L Rifenberg.... ... ... ... corn 115.88 chs s and 30 chs w
95 of ne cor Sanchez grant ...." 1522
9 27 thence s 6 chs w 20 chs n 6,
2 97 chs e 20 chs... ... ... ..... i
3 47 Unknown .. .... .. ..... corn 20 chs w and 20 chs n of I
2 97 se cor of Sanchez grant.... 1522
8 01 thence w 30 chs n 20 chs e 30
4 08 A chs s 20 chs... ..... ..... "
J A Young.. .. .... .... lots 30 43 sub of w42 of San-
5 58 1 chez grant.... .... .........
M 0 H Eichelberger.. ... s% of lot 49 sub of w/ of San- |
2 68 I chez grant... ... ... ..... 15'22
S_2S Unknown..... .. .... ....!lots 2 6 7 sub of lot 2. ....... 3015i22
2 3S Unknown...... . ... ne%4 of se ... ... ... ... .. 3 1522
Mrs S C Liddons.. .. .... 7.50 chs e and w by 13.50 chs
2 45 n and s in ne cor of wz, of
sw% of nwV/.. .. ...... 3315 22
1 23,Young & Mathis .. .... e% of se%... ... ... ....... 33 15 22
2 38 iMrs Kate Smith.. .. ....lots 17 and 24 DuBois ad Mon-
5 281 tague... ... ... ... ... ... 34 15 22
J C DuBois.. .. .. ...... w 3-4 of nw %of sw,... .... 3515 22
Mrs M E Prater.. .. .... s '%of sel' of se' .. ..... 35 15 22
5 65 Mrs M E Prater.... ..... sw%4 of sw'A of nw!4........ 36'15 22
Heirs of E R Hays Ise% of nw% and ne%4 of sw 4
142 i and 8 chs e and w by 10 chs
n and s in nw cor of se%' of
1 52 sw% and corn at se cor of
1 46 sw% thence n 10 chs w 12
89 chs s 6.25 chs w 8 chs s 3.75i
chs e 20 chs.... ... .......13615 'i2
3 77 Fred W Phillips (Paid)... ss% of nw4... ... .............. 115 231
2 97 J W Sewell.. .. .. ...... se% of sw4... .. ..... .....11523
it) G Crenshaw..... .. ... sw% of ne'/4 and nw% of se'4 31523
Geo Tooley... ... ... .. wV of se% of sw% ........ 4 1523
6 09 Henry Bayer Sons.. .... n% of ne% and se % of ne% exi
2 3 rS n2 of ne%' of se'4 of ne%..' 515 23
93 1'nknown.. .. .. .. ...... sw% of sw'4 ex T & T....... 5'15 23
43 I'nknown. ...... ......... sw4 of nw% and nw'4 of sw4,
ex 2 acres in nw cor of swA
4 54 of nw% and ex R R right of
way... ....... ..... 6 15 23
2 02 J H Mclnare.. .. ...... Infw% of nw% of sw4 ... ... 715 23
1 46 H L Anderson. ......... e1, of nw% of sw'4 .... ... 7 15 23
Gilbon & Stutzman.... .corn at ne cor of nw% .. ....11 1523
10 83 thence s 25.68 chs n 68 degl
5 2,' w 17.60 chs s 46 deg w 15 chs
97 w 10 chs n 3.40 chs w 16.15
97 chs n 20 chs e 40 chs ......
I'nknown. ..... ........nw% of neV4 and ns of sw%
of ne% and se% of se% .... 13 15 23
7 36 Unknown... ... ... ..... s 'of sw4 s of public road.. 15 15 23
2 47 J C Cooper... ... ... .....se' of seA ... ... ... ....... 151523:
Unknown. ... ... ....all s of public road ex T & T 16 15 231
8 00 Sam Bess. ... ... ... ... 9 chs n and s on n side of ne% i
5 28 of se% ... ... ... ...... 1815231
2 38 T Sistrunk. ...... .... s% of se/4...... ..........21 15 231
"2 38 J J Fort... ............ sw%4 of sw% of ne'4 and nw'/4
1 67 of se% and 5 chs e and w on
w side of ne Y4of sel/4.. .. 21 15 23i
1 23 8 T Sistrunk.... ... .....e of w2 of nek ........... 2115 23
N M Cooner... ... ... ....se of se% of nw%.... ....... 2115 23
T Sistrunk.. .... .....e/, of w1/ and sw% of sw% %
1 53' and sw%. of se4 and e/ of i
se ... .. ... 22115 23
Unnkown ......... ....iw sof nwl and nw'% of sw'4 22115 23
1 53 Laura D Thomas... ... s 1-3 of nwY4 of ne%4.........126 15 23
Fla French Phos Co.. .... ne%4 and sw'/ of nw% and nwl|
Si /4 of sw% ex 210 ft sq in se'
3 57 cor ex T & T.. .. ....... .. 31!15,23
1 46 J J Fort... . .......... n of nw'/..... ... .31115 23
Fla French Phos Co.. .. nw% ex se'0 of nw'j of nw'tj ,I
and ex sw 1 ,of ne,4 of nw',4i3-'215i23
NN M Cooner.... ... ... ... nw' ex T & T... ... ....... 331'-'23i
2 12 Stuckey & Tiller .. .. .. ne of swV% and se'4 of sw'I ,
1 46 and of e .. . .. . .
1 72. nkn,.wn ... .... ... ne/ and se of set4 ex T & Ti33i ''3|
1 22 'Unknown.............. n' of ne ......... . .....I 1!15.4
3 47 Henning L & I Co. ..... nt' of ne',. and s,, of nw1/ and
2 47' swvl. of se1.t .................i 31"'-'41
4 U'nknown. .. ... ... ..... n. f nwl and se of se 3 1. -4
EN \Vebb...... ........ n'2 of se. ex 7 chs s'i in s,.
3 2'7[ j t.ir an] ex 7 chs .sq in s\v r',r 15 24
i 'hat S Adams... ... ... se. of n eo ................... .' 1 4
,<*.,- S Adams... ... .. n '2of ne'4 and sw'4 of nel,^ i
i and .st*-4 of xI\t4 and s. of I
62: 1"l and wi., of s tii atIl '>..
i .. ..of s\'4 ... .. ... .. ... .. :i 1 .
. 1-. i rdr yy. ... .. ..... of nw'4 of \i 14 -- -
2' s^ i ... iK n o r .
S\ H I .' i s. .. .. ... s ... . . .....
'4 .\ 1 .. l... ... .. . .... .. 1. . o . .. ... ...... . l i 4'
of s . x 1 2..4
~, :.1 A *'u .' l ot' o............ ........1 4 n\ .. . ... ..... ......... '
.45 \ :ii t '. ... 1- ",'o .... ...................... ... ." ., 14
;);) t I .Ht fi .... .. ... ....... l o\ (,f . . .4..... ... .. ... ;*. 1-,:.4


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2 47
2 77
1 72


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3 27
2 97


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8 31
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2 97

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5 49
2 26
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Marion


A. FRANK, Manager


Realty


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Galley 9


OWNER


WH & T J Mills (Paid) ..
Mrs A A Leitner ........
Heirs of H G Kean.. ....
B F Lyons...... .. ....
Thos 1 Roberts.. .. ....
D G Watkins.. .. .. ....


Camp Phos Co, also D G
Watkins... ... ... ..
Myra McMillon.. ......
Wm H Gotwald.. .. .....
S E Field (Paid).........
T T Austin.. .. .... ....

Buttgenbach & Co.. .....
Clif Livingston (Paid)....
Clif Livingston (Paid)....

R L Barnes & Co........
G N Dorr.. ... ... ......
G H Dorr.... ... ... ....
Petteway Home & Co.. .
Lewis Harviell.. .. .. ...
C Y Miller... ... ... ...
Arch Jacobs ...........
Horne Norman & Co.. ..
L Home & Co...... ..
Moses Archie..........
Home Norman & Co....
Easter Owens...... ...
J F Shands. ............
Unknown.... .... .... ..
F G Buhl.. .. .... ......
F G Buhl..............
Richard Cain.... ... ... ...


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Clara Wise............ -


Louisa Norman... ... ...
Henning L & I Co.. ....
Thos Wilson. ......... ..
Wiley Moseley..... .. ....
Dan Moseley.... .. ....
John IHarvey, trustee...
C' B (Clark.. .. .... ......
Henning L & I Co......


DESCRIPTION


lots 1401 1402 1406 1407 Dunnel-
Ion... ... ... ... ... ..... 11S
lots 1409 1410 1411 1412 Dun-
nellon... ... ... ... ...... 351618
lot 1414 Dunnellon.. .. .. ....S351615
lot 1415 Dunnellon.... .... .... 5 16 18
lot 1841 Dunnellon.. .. .. .... 3516 1
lots 1873 1877 1913 1915 Dunnel-
lon...... ... ... ... ....... 35 1 18
lot 1876 Dunnellon.. .. .. .... 36 161I
ne'4 of sw'4 and e% of se% ex
T & T......... ........... 71C19
w% of nwT and e% ex T & T 7 1 19
nw ... ... ... ... ... ..... 1i4 1
198 yds n and s by 74 yds e and
w in se cor of ne4 of ne% of
nw% ... ... ... ... ... ... 111i19.
s 3-4 of e% of sw%... ........ Ir 1i1
n% of sw t4ex w% of ne%- of
sw%. ................. 131619
s%i of ne%4 and ne% of ne% of
se% ... ... ... ... ... ..... 141 19
n% of nw% of nw% w of R RIS111ft
seV ex ne%' of se%.. .. .. .. 25 16 19
ne % of se4%... ... ... ... ... 25 161
s% of ne%. ...... ... ... ...S391919
s% of nwV% of ne%4... ... ... 11C201
nw'% of nw%.... ... ......... $1620
ne'4 of sW%...... ........121Ct
n% of ne%4 and seA of ne%.. 221C28
e% of sw'4 and sw% of se%.. 2C616
707 chs sq in ne cor of nwthX0121
w% of nw% ex T & T.. .... 351S20
sw% of sw%. ... ............. ltt21
s'4 of nw3A of se.- .. ...... 41621
s% of se% of nw'% and sa oft
nw% of se% of nw4..... 4 16 21
se% of se% ..................1101 21
w% of sw%........ ........ 11121
corn 45.08 chs e and 19.57 chs
n of sw cor of nw' .. .. .. 121621
thence n 2.72 chs e 10.68 chs
to w bdy grant se with grant
to pt e of corn w 11.57 chs to
p o b...... ... ... ........
corn 12.29 chs n of se cor of ne
% . ... ... .. .. ... .. 13 16 21
thence 7.90 chs n 6.33 chs e|
7.90 chs s 6.33 chs.... ....
n',j of ne'4 ex 5 acres to Cun-
ningham ... ... ..... ....... 14 1621
s"z of sw!4............ ... 2316 21
nw of ne 4... ... ......... 25.1C 216
w'2 of ne% ... ... ... ... .. S.301. 21'
nw% of nw'A/4... ........... 30.1. 1 -
'a acre sq in se cor of ne%4 of I
nwv. ......... .... ........ 3ofl 2I
.ne of ne ... .. ... ..... .1 *l62
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f se-4 .... .. ... ...... .3. 1 21
SS We.st. ........... .....I n of se 4 ...... ... .... 364 12
iE .Si ith .............. . ne .................. 1
D R W right (Paid)....... js f s '... ... ... ........ l
Young & Mathis..........in\\ \\ of R R and nwl,' ,f I
Ssw., and set of swk4 ... ... 3 16'22
Y,,inig & Mathis.... .... sw'4 of swv' ......... .... 3, 21
I. L, Alhi .. .... .... ...... Iot C W hite.'s sub of lot .j Hy- i
uliius grant... ... ........ 'I 1
M r- M1 A aries.... .... <..in 16.3 chs w anid 26.95 chs ; '
ii oI f s. ('or . . . . . .... . I .'
theince i' I .10 chs n 326.f5 ch' :
S1.1)0 t'lhss 26.95 chsq ....
I -.. .; >i r't h.. . .. ... ... ,n at i\ c)r lot S llrolwn'
& Dial's sub of Hyjullus
gruant-twnships 15 and.... 16,2

ft n 13 deg w 65, ft . ..1...
I 1l Wi:.rth.. ..... .. n of nIl.. )f lot 1 and all of lot: I
n2 -uh o f G S Barnes' place i
i 1yjulius grant-tps 15 atrdl 16.
. ii ~ *, ,';... Colse.. .... coin ,at ne t',cor of Dorinan pr- i,
tio,n Hyjulius grant-tps 17, I
antl ...... ... ... ....... j 16. 2,
thence n 16 (l deg 5.- rin w,
13.ss chs s 52 (leg 3o 1 inid w
3'1 chs s 16 deg 55 in e 13.h
chs n 52 deg 30 min e 30 chs 1
Wi.-y Mj-by.... ...... corn 44.66 chs n 14 deg w and'
n 55 (leg e 452 chs from sw
cor Hyjulius grant tps 15 and' IC 21
thence n 55 deg e 16.15 chs' |
n 14 deg w 13.06 chs n 55 i
deg e 5.16 chs n 14 deg wj
11.34 chs s 55 deg w 21.31
chs s 14 deg e 23.40 chs .... 1
L-roy Woodward..........cm 26.72 chs n 14 deg w and!
S20.67 chs n 55 deg e from swi
cor Hyjulius grant-tps 15 A' 16122
thence n 14 deg w 17.94 chn' I
n 55 deg e 12 chs s 14 degi,
e 17.94 chs s 55 deg w 12 chs
L L Allen ...... ........ ne. 4 of sw 4. ........ ..... 81 2
T R Gary................ w % of ne'4 of se%' and nw8i
of se'%4 and se%4 of se%4.... 11122
Young & Mathis.. .. .... ne % of ne'%!... ... .... ... .. *1s22
Win Edwards.... ... .....sw'4 of ne% ex 10 chs sq In,
ne cor . . . ... ... . 916 22
T R Gary... .... ... ... w2 of sw'4 of swl4 and e1; of
nw4 of se%'... ....... ... 916 221
Ed Maxey... ... ... ..... 8 chs e and w on w side of se%(
of' ne% ... .... ... ... ..... 10 1 22
W M Jenkins (Paid)...... sw'4 of nw% ... ... ... ... 10 1ig
Fla Lime Co..... .... .... e1, of se'4 of swi4.. ........1101632'
Peter Wright..... .... ... sw%4 of se% ... ... ... .....I11 16 221
Peter Wright ......... s's of nw% of ne% ... ....... 114 16 221
Maggie Howell .... ......comrn 120 ft e and 20 ft s of nwl
cor.... ........ ... ...... 14 1C22
thence e 3.85 chs s 3.16 chs wl
2.47 chs n to p o b... ... ... I
L J Little.... .... ....... corn 20 ft s and 100 ft e of nw: I
cor... ... .... ... ........ .[1416 22
thence e 3.85 chs s 3.18 chal
w 3.47 chs n with R R to p!
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S0....... .... % O wM o ...w... ... .....
.... .. .. o of 9w% ex T & T ......
-... ... ot of e %... .... .... .....
( M % oC se% of me% ...........
... % ... m w ... ............
.... ... ......t sub of aw of nw% ....
........e 8-4 of a oe%ofw ... .. ....
eO.... ..a% of w% ez T & T ......
O o......f%, of me% and a% of nw%'
e A 4 a"d se% of sw% nad se% ex
4.11 cbs e and w by 12 chs n
sad la se cor of sw% of se
% emT &AT ... .... ... ...
& Vhs Cob......sw% of aw %and nw% of sw%
ez T & T... .........
O ..........% of me% and e% of. sw
4" amd W% et se% ...........
...s o .................
...... e w% of se.........
..f .: .......4 .o %........ ... ...
a.... ... ...*% et se%... ... ... ... ...
t.. .. .... ....a O% f sM of sw'%.........
Ot.... ......w 3-4 of a% and nw% of sw%
SriMn o .... ..a% of m% eox T & T.. .. ....
... .........Mk 1U Welekton..........
1.6.. ... ... ...em ft w of aw cor blk 112
Weldhtoa... ... ... ... ..
thblme w 0 ft to take s with
abke W ft e to pt a of comn
n ft. ..... ...... ... .....
r.............. cg r0ftw of nw cor blk 126
thumes w to lake a with lake
4 fte to eor of Spring St n
to pe b.... ..... ... ... ..
.......a of Uk 215 Wehubton......
..... ..a% of me% of se%.. .. ....
.. .. .. .. t f w of ee .. .. .. ..
....... . 1. t IT 1C madle.............
..... ... % of lt 19 Candler.... .. ..
... ..... t 2 to 7 lac sub of lot 53
... .....w% of m% of Be% of ne%..
.. .... oof lets 1 and 2 bik C Belle-
ew.... .... ..~ ~vi ........


... .......t 9 126 Belleview...
............. t 4 S Mkd e7 B f w blk 0 0
W iew... ... ....... t .. ..

S... M beeview.. .. ..eeview
. k o.1 2 T Wk *I D Belleview..
.. .'* 1t k 4 Beiew.. ....

......... t1 Wk 0 Devew......
.. .... t k b e......ew
..0 ... ... ...a 3 8 4 Mbk 6 6Belleview....
......0.-****.* 8 od I ak n9 Be1k V
(POW ) S Cd bk s6 81 Bellevew....


A. : C- ::: M 6 Tak M B elleview .. .. ..
....U.. Mk 116 Dkevlew......


1.... .... *** 1 4 blk 121 Belieview
)... ..... ... **ptB 1 sad 2 b2k 123 BeUeview
, .... 184 Deview.. .. ..
.. ..* ..... t 6 134 Be1leview......
... ... ..... 0 1 Mk 12 Beleview.. ...
.. ..be., M Bdieview..
... .... M f etA e of R R... .....
.... ...... at aw cor of e% of swA
thmis o 7.91 cb s 6.32 cb e
4 dcs 19.2 ch w 1.91 chs
Sa L7 chs w l0 chm S 15 chs
.. .. ...... mw% of m%...............
.........W% of ame% and *% of nw%
and aw% of se% and n% of
Kw%e of sw%... ... ... ..
S... ........ % of sw% ... ... ... .....
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p .. ......a% of an of Be%..........
...... ..... ..*% ef me% of ne% and sw% of
P% of re% and se% of sw%
of a@% ... ... ... ... .....
L I O a... .... *% o w% ... ... ... ... ...
.. ... ... ... ...% of ae% ex 9 chs sq In se
.. ... ... ... ... .....2
S... ... f ... ... ... ... ...
... .... o e% of e% and n% of
se of se% and nw% of se%
S.......... % of lot corn 47 chs n of sw
cor of me% ..... .. . ......
tthemce a 62% des e 4.95 chs
a* .72 chs w 4.37 chs a 143
c s... ... ... ... ... .....
S nt 1 19 Okawaha... .........
B.' ....ew% of n*w%.... ... ... ....
E ......ew% of ne%... ... .......
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M70 ft e 1070 ft.... .... ....
.....ots 9 and 17 Summit.. .. .... 36 16 26
m. ...'. me% of sw% and sw% of se%
ox T & T.. .. .. .. ...... 141719
......w of r se% ex T & T...... 71720
Se .. sw% of ne% and se% of nw%
and me% of sw% and nw%
of se% ex T & T.. ........ 14 17 20
....a% of es and w of sw% of:
me% ex T & T.. .... ...... 1817 20
... .....e% of sw% of ne%.. .. .. ..181720
...... we% of sw% und % int.. .... 1817 20
f C ..' tof me% and n% of se% ex
T & T ...... ... ...... 27 17 20
( 3s.. ..mw% of swk and s% of sw%
ex T & T... ... ... ... .. 281720
| O ... .e% of ne% and nw %of ne%'
I el T & T.. .. .. .. ......331720
SCe.. .. o of sw%. ........... ...331720
-c ... ..tA- of ne% and St % of nw%4
and w% of nw% and sw%
of t s-, ex T & T.. ........ 11721w
...... .. | of nw S.-. .. ..Iw f net* .... .... ... ... 12 17211
. ........ |s 3-1 of s %T of sw% .. ... .. 12 17 211
....!n % or P A-w% of .r w% .. . . . .j11 1 211
. . . jnw% of w% .f . ... .... .. 12317 211
...n..4..f** t n- of ne#% and wl I I
of net and e,- Vof sw% of !
wne ....... .. ... ..... .I 2!17122
.. ......:a of nw% of ne's of ne'4..4 '217!22
S. .. nw ... ... ..... .... 1'17122
.f....... & ct fn of w..l., of se. an i I
p 3-4 of ne% of .eV. and s'- 4
*f n of selt of se' and !
..** of '4, o"f se, ...... .. -_17 22
f... n *- Tf I ', of of!t set1 . . 21722
.. ..... n t of n.*- ... .. ... .... ... 17i 221|
.... *of n ... ................. 17 221
..... "'- "f "* ... .. ... ....... 710 17!22!
.... *tf n-..* ..x inw'4 of sw'14 of '
S**. . . .. . . 10 17 !221
..6.... n of % ........... . ....221.
w I.... .... . i ....... . ....... '12-17!22
Svom 3.4 chs n of 4 w cor of se'4 13'17 22-
Th-n*- 6 1 hs hss st 20 s
~ 16 h- w v. 20 chs..... .... i
Co . . of tnw'. and sw\\ 4 of sw i
T & T . .. ... ......1917'221
A) . ... .. t 4 **x *-J oI f ne'4 of nwl4 !
.d ..1 ie4 of nw\' ex T &I I l I
T ......... .20 17.221


S' of . . . ..... .... .2017 22
l.,'% ,,f s A I and w ( of s,.4
and i..*t of s.' w ,-x T & T 241722
" .- ..f .' .... .. ... ..... 2417122
.* of, n,. ... ...... 25 17 22.
*.'* of nwt and swk, of se 351722
all *of **x sw of .' 4... ..... 36. 1722
I, of sw S ,'x acres to Gal- I
oway... ...... ...... 5 1723
.lots 7 and 9 blk 2 sub of ne5 5 1723
tot :" blk 3 sub of ne%'........ 517'23
,ot k blk 4 .sub of ne.. .. .... .1723
a,', of nw,% ex e% of ne% of
as- of nw% and ex sli of I
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1 22
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W A Guthery ...........co mat ne cor lot 2..........


Unknown... ... ... .....

Mack Jemison.. .. ...
J C Hannah.... ... .....
Jno S Kenyon... ......
Unknown.............


Ulmer & Co. ... ........
Unknown .............
Fla Ftz Mfg Co.... ....
R G Allsopp............
C F Waterman..........
Ulemr & Co.... ... .....

Albert Underhill.. .. ...
Martha Cox... ... ......
Mray E Underhill.... ....
J W McIntosh...... ...
N W Williams... .... ...

Joe Johnson... ... ......
A J Willis... ...........
Masonic Lodge, Col.....


Unknown... ... ........
S Lehman.............

Chas L Brannon... .....
J H Treat... ... ........
W L Bard. ... ... ......


thence w 45 deg 45 min n
9.23 chs s 20 deg w 3.75 chs
s 55 deg e 9.27 chs n 2.75 chs
224 ft e and w on w side of lot
5 ex 340 ft n and s and ex 30
ft street on w side........
7.03 chs e and w by 19.06 chs n
and s in sw cor of nw% ....
s% of n% of sw% of ne% ....
n% of nw% of sw %of se%..
nw% of se% of sw% and s%
of se% of se% of sw% and
corn 13 chs s of nw cor of nw
% of sw% ... .... ... .....
thence s 5 chs e 10 chs n 5


chs w 10 chs... ...
e% of sw%' of se% ....
e% of ne% of se%...
n% of nw% of sw%'..
s% of seV.........
ne% of se% of se%..
sw% of ne% and seVi
and ne% of sw% and


of nw
nw% of


se% ..... ... .. ... ......
nw% of nw% ex T & T......
w% of sw% of ne% of nw%.
sw% of nw%.......... ....
3.50 chs e and w by 10 chs n
and s in nw cor of sw% ....
com 5 chs e of sw cor.. ....129
thence n 20 chs e 5 chs s 20
chs w 5 chs... ... .. ......
s 3-4 of nw% of se% w of R R
w% of nw% of se% of nw%..
corn at ne cor lot 1 blk 1 So
Lake Weir ................
thence w 130 ft s 170 ft e 130
ft n 170 ft ... ......... .....
n% of s% of blk 3 S Lake Weir
90 ft n and s by 106 ft e and
w on n end lot 1 blk 17 S
Lake W eir.... .. .. ......
lots 4 and 5 blk 19 S Lake Weir
2.50 chs n and s by 2 chs e and
w in se cor.... .... ... .....
6 chs e and w by 10 chs n and
s in ne cor of nw%..... ....


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Mrs J T Shumaker.. ....e% of sw% of ne' of nw%..
R 8 Hall... ... ... ..... 10365 ft e and w by 470 ft n and
s in nw cor of ne% of sw%:
Mary Graham.... ... .... corn at se cor Durrance lot
Summerfleld.. .... ......
thence e 40 ft n 60 ft w 40 ft
a 60 ft...... ... ... ... ...
W Dickerson.. ... ...... corn 32 chs s of ne cor........
thence w 10 chs s 8 chs e 10
chs n 8 chs... ... ... ....
W P Strunk... ... ...... n% of ne% and ne% of nw%4
Nathan Mayo.. ... ...... se% of ne%'4... ... ... ... ...
C L Elkins... ... ........ 7.07 chs sq in nw cor of ne%
of se%4 ... ... ... ... ......
Carney Phos Co..... .... s% of ne% ex sw% of sw% of
ne%4 and se% of nw%4 and
s% of se% .... ..... ......
P Tickler.... ... ... ..... sw% of sw% of ne% ........
Carney Phos Co... ...... sw% of nw% ... ..... ...
G W Hector.... ... ...... w 1-3 of sw% of sw%'.. .. ..
G W Hector.... ... ... .. lot 7 sub of n% of s%.. ....
H M Goethe & Co... ..... lot 1... ...... ... ... .....
Mrs E Briggs.... ... ..... nw% of se% of n% of lot 3..
D E Millholland.... ... .. co ml5 chs e of sw cor lot 7..
thence n 20 chs e 7.50 chs s
20 chs w 7.50 chs ........
Anna A Darwin... ...... ne% of ne% of nw% ex 3.16
chs sq in ne cor and ex 3.15
chs sq in nw cor.. ........
J E Kemp.... ... ... ... 7.68 chs sq in ne cor of nw%
of nw % ... ... ... ........
M E Gillett.... ... ... ... e 3-8 of ne% of se%... ......
P A Wooley.... ... ...... nw% of ne% and ne% of nw%
W P Strunk.... ... ..... w% of ne%.... ... ... ... ...
L B Branch.... ... ... ... n% of sw%.......... .......
J P Drivggers...... ..... ne% of se3. .............
W S West. ...........e% of ne% ... ...... .....
Mrs C Brinson... .........s% of se% of nw% of ne%.. 3
Susan M Smith.... ... ... 8% of se% and ne%4 of se% w
of R R. ... ........... . .
Mrs M Saborg.... ... ... w% of ne% ... ... ... ... ....
T H Harrison..... ......los 115 161 Weir Park......
R Y Lovell...... ...... .lt 156 Weir Park..........
Mrs W S Wallace.. .. .. lot bd s by Lake Weir w by
Pollard n by public road e by
Turnley's lot sub of lot 5..
Mrs P R Gary.. .. ...... lot 8.... ... ... ... ... .......
R Y Lovell .... ........ fractl part of lot 3...........
Reirs of W C Eacleton.. com at Lake Weir 7.40 chs w

of e bdy lot 5.... .... .....
thence n 25.09 chs w 12.59
chs s 30 deg e 5.16 chs s 70
deg w 10.65 chs s 20.65 chs
e to p o b.................
W L Bard .............. corn at sw cor of lot 2........
thence e 7 1-6 chs n 6 chs w
10 5-6 chs s 6 chs e 3 4-6 chs


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2 77 E P Faunce.... ... ...... 5 chs sq in nw cor of ne% of
sw% ... ... .. .. ... .. 30 17 24
N W Williams. ..... .... sw% of sw %of se%/.... .... 301724
1 93 Ulmer & Co. ...... ..... n% of sw% and s%4 of s% of
89 nw% ... ... ... ... ....... 32 17 24
W R Peterson... ... ... s% of nw% of nw% .. ........ 33 17 24
3 27 Unknown... ... ... .... nw %of nw% and n1 of se%
2 97 of nw%... .... .............341724
Sumter Co Fla Land Co.. e% of se% and sw% of se%
and se% of sw%..... .....351724
6 09 W R Peterson.... ... .... s% of nw% and sw%4 of ne%'
and n% of sw%........ .... 36 17 24
4 54 S P Sly... ... ... ... .. sw% of sw% and sw% of se% 36 17 24
1 46 J B Martin..... .........corn 84 1-3 yds s of nw cor of
1 46 i ne% ... ... ... .... ....... 17 17 25
thence e 165 yds n 8% deg .
5 04 w 172 1-3 yds w 30 5-6 yds
S" n 352 yds w 129 yds s 524
4 54 yds....... ... ..... ... ...
Hugh Young.... ... ...... se% of se%'e of river........191725
3 77 Edward Mann....... .... lot 9 sub of n% of nw%/4...... 21 17 25
1 96 Mrs P V Morley.... ..... se%4 of se%. ... ... ... ... 26 1725
Mrs P V Morley... ..... se% of se% for 1907.. ... .... 2617 25
C C Higginbotham (Paid). e% of nw% and ne% of sw%4 27 17 25
7 36 C C Higginbotham (Paid). nw% of se% ex 3.16 chs e and
2 97 w by 14.94 chs n and s in sw
2 97 cor... ... ...... .. ..... 29 17 25
1 22 C C Higginbotham (Paid). lot 9 sub of ne% of sw '.... 29 17 25
2 97 Jno A Graham .... ...... se% of ne% and se% of ...... 33 17 25
1 46 Peninsula Naval Stores Cone %of sw4%.... ... ..... 35 17 25
A S Houston.. .. .. .... lot 5 blk 113 Higley.. .. .. ..35 17 25
Vaughn & Avery .. .. ..sw% of nw'4%... ... ... ......113 1726
8 61 Vaughn & Avery.... .... sel of ne% ... ... .......... 14 17126
1 22 Roy Benjaimn .. ........lot 13 Maywood sees 13 and. .24 17126
3 98 M R Dobrossky.. .. .. .... w% of nel4 of nw% of ne%4..124 17 26
J Linn... ... .... ...... corn at nw cor of ne'4 of nw4 24117 26
thence e 15 chs s 10 chs e 51
chs s 4 'hs w 20 c'hs n 14 chs
51 38 Wm C Herman.... ....... e 1-8 of se% of sw/ ........ 261726
1 46! J Warren............ w% of nw% of se'4 ....... 2611726
4 48 Empire Land Co.... ..... nw%4 of ne, ... ............ 291726
2 47 J D Upham......... .... s% of se. ................... 29 17-'26
3 74 E A Blickenstaff..... .... n'4 of se4 of nw% and 12 chs !
n and s by 10 chs e and w in I I i
3 27 nw cor of sw%' of ne ..... 34 17!261
2 47 Mary Bane... *....... ... sl; of seo of nw% and S chs, I
1 72 I n and s by 10 chs ( and w in! '
sw cor of nt- 4.. ......... 34 17IT 2
.Moore & Co.... ... ..... nw-' of nie1 of nw1' ........ !34'17 .26
3 57 W\Vm Jahen... ... ...... Is 3-4 of w~l of nwv ....... !341171'261
M4oore & Co... ... ...... sw% of n0e4 of nw1v and n 3-
3 27 of wa of se ... .... ...... 34:1726
Moore & Co.... ... ...... w l2f noi4 of neli and e14 of I
nw'4 of n i ... ..... ...... 3417:26!
6 09 S J Manor............ ... s- of ne% 4 ex 30 chs e and wtl I
2 47 by 5 chs n and s in nw vor. 35 17261
Moorr & Co... ... ... ... e. of nel4 of neo4 and wl' of I
4 7S sw1j of nw% and nw'i of! I
nwV4 ... ... . .. ... . .3 17 12I
9 82 S J War-nn... ... ...... nwt4 of sw1% of sw and i
8 01 of nek of sw'4 and e 3-5 of I 1 !
15 57 sw4 of neli of swl .....1. 36!17261
Moore & Co.... ... ...... ne%, of ne4i ............... 36!17!261
9 57 A L Spilceran......... se% of neV4 .. ............... 36!171261.
1 46 Thos Ruff. ...... ... .... ne% of set.......... ..... !36 17 26
95 Mrs F R Gary.... ...... all of blk 11 0 S Ocala......I |
95 Alfred Lark. ..... ... ... n% of lot 4 blk 14 0 S Ocala! ,
F P Gadson.... .... .... 25 ft e and w by 112 ft n and sl 1
infi sw cor blk 25 0 S Ocala,
3 57 Annie E Ruth. ........... lot 3 ex 10 ft n and s on n side
and6 ft p and wv on e side


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H C hambers.......... lots 7 and 11 blk L Dunn's nw
4 .8 ad Ocala...........
D',lia Moore (Paid)....... all of blk N Dunn's nw ad Ocala
1 Amanda Small... ........ilots 1 and 3 blk P Dunn's nw
2 16 ad Ocala... ....
2 21 McIvr & MacKay.. .. .. lots 11 and 13 blk P Dunn's 'n
-2 1 ad Ocala....
2 66 R Kirby (Paid)....... ...lot 12 blk P Dunn's nw ad Ocala
2 97 C M Livingston (Paid).... lots 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 blk P Dunn's
5 49 nw ad Ocala...............
E F Seiver (Paid)......... lots 11 13 blk I Dunn's nw ad
10 83 Ocala... ....
E F Seiver (Paid).........lots 11 13 blk T Dunn's nw ad
Ocala..


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8 31
4 24

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5 79
5 49
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C C Rawlis.... ... .. ...w% of e%/ of lot 2 blk 55 O S
Ocala . . . . . . . ....
3 57 Mrs D C Edwards Admx. n% of blk 58 O S Ocala......
E S Ausley (Paid)... .... lot 1 blk 14 N S SOacla......
1 52 R A Hall.... ... ... ..... n% of lot 2 blk 19 N S S Ocala
89 Rich Washington (Paid). lot 3 Snowden's sub of blk 24
4 86 N X S Ocala... ... ... .....
3 10 J H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 4 Snowden's sub of blk 24
5 74 N S S Ocala.............
2 66 j H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 7 Snowden's sub blk 24 N
3 10 S S Ocala.......... .....
68 Z C Chambliss... ........ s% of lot 2 blk 25 N S S Ocala
M A Johnson.... ... .... 60 ft n and s by 80 ft e and w
5 16 in ne cor lot 4 blk 26 N S S
2 97 Ocala ...... ... ... .......
1 46 Robt Sellers.... ... ...... 4b 'ft e and w on w side lot 4
95 blk 26 N S S Ocala.... .. ..
Isaac Simmons.. .. .... lot 2 blk 28 N S S Ocala.....
Phillis Norwood... ...... 49% ft e and w by 140 ft n and
337 s in ne cor blk 34 N S S
1 22 Ocala...... ... ... ... ....
1 72 R McConathy.... ... ..... n% and n% of fractl blk e of
and adjoining blk 36 N S S
Ocala... ... ... ...........
Ditto & Maloney.... .... n% of lot 4 bik 8 N S N Ocala
C 0 Jones...... ........s % of lot 3 blk 14 N S N Ocala
0 M Goodrich... ........ 76 ft n and s by 110 ft e and
4 47 w in nw cor lot bd n by
Smith St e by cemetery N
S N Ocala................
5 34 Jas Lemon.... ... ....... corn 140 3-4 ft s of sw cor of
intersection of Smith and Or-
ange streets N S N Ocala
thence s 76 ft w 100 ft n 76
5 14 ft 100 ft... ... ... .......
S J Gwens.... ... ... ... co m707 ft n of nw% blk 60 O
3 57 Ocala thence n 90 ft e 119
3 57 ft s 90 ft w 119 ft.........
Wm Hocker (Paid)....... corn 22.45 chs n and 5.80 chs e
3 27 of sw cor............... 8
1 22 thence e 12.68 chs to R R sw
2 97 with S A L R R 5.28 chs w
10.50 chs to A C L R R n with |
R R 5.14 chs to p o b ex %
acre lot to Sally Emedley and
1-8 acre lot to Belle Williams
in sw cor of said land......
4 47 Sol Benjamin.... ... .... corn 156 ft s of nw cor ...... 17
1 46 thence e 105 ft n 80 ft e 105
2 97 ft s 182 ft w 105 ft n 90 ft
2 97 w 105 ft n 12 ft to p o b....
2 97 Unknown.... ... ... ..... corn at ne cor blk 40 0 S Ocala
1 72 thence n 198 ft w 258 ft s
198 ft e 258 ft Dunn's central
S09 ad .......................
6 09J W Crosby ... ... .. ... e of lot 15 Caldweil's ad Ocala
2 97 R B Bullock............ e/ of lot 23 Caldwell's ad
1 22 Ocala ... ... ... ..
4 24 R B Bullock... ..... ...corn 50ft e of sw cor lot 23
1 52 Caldwell's ad Ocala thence n
105 ft e 32% ft s 105 ft w:
52% ft... ... .... ... .....
2 32 R S Hall (Paid).......... 122 ft e and w on w side lot 26
2 97 Caldwell's ad Ocala........
1 72 Munroe & Chambliss .. .. 90 ft e and w by 133 ft n and
s in ne cor lot 26 Caldwell's
ad Ocala.... .... ..........
Mrs M L Carlisle (Paid).. corn 140 ft e of nw cor lot 37
2 62 Caldwell's ad Ocala thence e
2 97 65 ft s 120 ft w 65 ft n 120 ft
SMrs M L Carlisle (Paid).. corn 140 ft e of nw cor lot 37 1
Caldwell's ad Ocala thence e
2 32 65 ft s 120 ft w 65 ft n 120 ft)
6 76 for 1907... .... ... ... ....
Ed Jeffords.... ... ....... corn at se cor lot 1 Reardon's
1 25 Middletown lots Caldwell's ad
Ocala thence e 68 ft n 162 ft
3 27 w 68 ft s 162 ft............
E W Davis. ...... ... ... 49 1-3 ft e and w on n end of
10 83 lot 2 Reardon's Middletown
1 46 lots Caldwell's ad Ocala....
Mrs C E Reardon.... ..lot 4 ex 29% ft n and s on s
8 31 side Reardon's Middletown
1 22 lots Caldwell's ad Ocala....
Florida Tooley.... .... .. lot 4 Sternberger's sub of nw%
5 79 of Alvarez grant Caldwell's
ad Ocala...... .........
8 31 Rachol Richardson.. .....lot 5 Sternberger's sub of nw%4
of Alvarez grant Caldwell's
13 35 ad Ocala... ... ..... .... .
2 47 Ditto & Maloney... ..... lots 10 and 15 Sternberger's sub
of nw%4 of Alvarez grant
Caldwell's ad Ocala.........
D S Woodrow.... ... ....lots I and E and 10 s of ad-
joining lot E Caldwell's sub
of sw part Alvarez grant....
.3 06 L E Lang... ........... 348 ft n and on s end of lot O
1 72 and all of P Caldwell's sub
89 of sw part of Alvarez grant
1 56 L E Lang....... ... ..... 8.45 chs e and w on e side of
1 56 lot Q Caldwell's sub of sw
3 98 part Alvarez grant........
Lewis Fox... ... ... ... all of lot 4 S & D ad Ocala..
W L McLane... ... ..... all of lot 20 S & D ad Ocala..
2 16 R S Sample... ... ... ... all of lots 35 and 38 S & D ad
68 Ocala... ... .......... ...
4 86 Bragg Scriven. ...... ... lot 1 blk 1 Allred's ad ...4 i 7
1 33 T J Davis ........... lot 2 blk 2 Allred's ad ........'
68 W J Goodin...... ...... s'/ of no lot 4 blk 2 AlIred's
1 77 ad....... ... .... ......
1 77 Eunice Edwards.........nw'4 and se/4 of lot 4 blk '
1 33 Allred's ad.. ....
89 H W James (Paid)....... ,nw% of lot 3 blk 1 r 1 Goss ad
Ocala....... ... ..........
A L Lambright... .......nY2 of nf1 of lot 4 bik 2 r II
1 49 i GGoss ad Ocala.
2 21 L J Sampson....... ....ise of lot 1 blk 2 r "2 (.o. a
1 12 i Ocala... ............
2 AL Lamriht........ lall of lot 2 hblk 2 r l 2 Go ad
2 66 O cala.... ... ... .. .. t t
J 1 Sampson... ... ....lt 1 blk 3 r _2 Goss ad Ocala..
T J Anderson ... ... ..... lot 1 bik 1 r 3 Goss ad Ocala
S,1 A fC McKinney......... ..84 ft e and w on w side of lot
S4 arndl 166 ft e and w on e side
3 26 ,of lot 1 blk 2 r 3 Goss ad
3 26 O 'a la ... ... .... G.. .. d
S9 F Tl' Ditto... ... ....... lots I and 4 ex 84 ft on w side
2 66 of lot 4 and ex 166 ft on .
2 66 sid,. of lot 1 blk 2 r 3 (oss ad
1 6 Ocala. .... .
Rohbt Morris ..........lot 4 blk 7 r 3 Goss ad... '. -
2 *1 <^]-ia \ustin ... ... ...... lt, 10 and 12 blk I Dunn' n' I
ad Ocala.... . .n
7 7 .\ainanda Small (Paid).... lots 1 and 3 blk L Dunn. inw I


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e olt tot 2 w of R R blk 2
ott's anrvey Ocala.. .. ..
ema 4 ft w of me cor blk 6
bott's survey Ocala' thence
a 112 ft w 81 ft a 112 ft e 81
t. .. .. .. .. .. .
ne% of lot 82 Gary's Oca
nM% of se% and sw4 |E lot 82
Gary's ad Ocala ... ......
"e% of lot 83 Gary's ad Ocala
100 ft e and w by 112 ft n and,
a in nw cor of lot 100 Gary's
ad Ocala.... ... .... ... ...
lot Mitchell's revised ad Ocala
lots 27 28 30 31 Mitchell's re-
vised ad Ocala ...........
lots 46 and 47 Mitchell's revised
ad Ocala... ... ... ......
lot 3 S J Green's ad Ocala. ...
corn 73 3-4 ft w of ne cor lot 1I
E G Smith's ad Ocala thence.
Sw 78% ft s 6.5 ft e 100 ft s 401
ft .2 ft n 1 1. ft .- -7 11


C .. .- .. i -o I W a a% I tI
n 731, ft .. .. .. ... ....
R....a I" Murry ....... conm 401 ft ne ,f n\ cor of lot1 5,
E (G Smith's ad O-ala thence
e 45. ft s 13 13S f .... . . . . . ...
Ri < .Murry ..... coi 4" ft of nw c,,r of lot .. '
K G Smita's ad :ala thence
4.. ft s- 13S ft w 45 ft n
13S ft f,,r 19 7 . . . . .
Peter Ingrai ...... ... 4'i f -f in s. co'r of .i, of lot 7'
1 G 'nill 's a l I# ala.. ..
J F John eil- ..... (;., ( ,.s sul) of l't 11
E G .it'i's ;ul r(tala .
M W ilson ... .......... .F' I.ot 17 E G Smith's ad l
ca la .. ... .... .. . .
Robt Smith ... ...... lots 1 and ;t sub of lot is K G
Smi with's a ( )caia.. .. .. I
Alice Long ....... .. i 1I of hik 1 Cline'- sui. of
nI,41 of n A ............ 15'22'
J H Rogers .......... .. 14 of bilk 12 Cline's sub ) f i :
lne14 of nvI . . . . .... S'11'221
Minnie Long ... ..... ;e0~ of blk 2' Clin,.'s suit of ne
1. of nw 4.... ... .......... 1,t 1 2
Lorain Gloater... ... ... n of blk 1o Cline's suf of'
ine14 of nw-4 ... .. ........ 19'15!221
H C Chambers ...........all of blks 1' -4 2.7 (Cline's sub' :
of ne% of nw%4...... . 18 '1522i
Ella Lewis... ... ....... ..lot 4 blk 17 ('line's sub of ne%! I 1
of nw% ... ...... ......... 18115i221
Para William. ........... all of blk 18 Cline's sub of ne.4 ; 1 I
I of nw . . . . . .... '1 1221
Jn- Page .............. .all of blk 19 Cline's sub of ne%; i I
L of nw % .. ....... ... .... 18115 22l
T J Anderson .......... ..ll of blk 27 Cline's sub of ne%1 |
of nw 4 ... .... ... . . . 18153 22:
Anna 0 Vance.......... 100 ft sq in se cor of ne f4 i 1f
Snw*% Cline's ad Ocala.......118 15 22
L J Blalock. .......... com 1492 ft e and 12991/ ft n of
sw cor. .... ... ... ... .. . 8 15 22
thence s 521 ft e 210 ft n
52L' ft w 210 ft ............
8 Bullock.... ... ....coin 504 ft w and 262 ft n of
se cor of sw% ............. 81522
thence e 132 ft n 92 '%ft w
132 ft a 92%4 ft .... .......
Ditto & Maloney .... ... cornn 1352 ft n and 1579 ft e of
sw cor... ... ... ... ...... 8 15 22
thence n 105 ft w 210 ft s 105
ft e 210 ft... ... ... ......
J B tuitt .............. com 150ft s and 544 ft w of
Sec coron N st....... 171522
thence w 420 ft n 2 deg e
420 ft e 420 ft s 2 deg w 420 ft
O C O*rm (Paid) ......... lots 12 and 13 Bullock's sub of
ne% .................. 19 16 22
WP IBullork x ......... *om at a pt 448 ft w of ne cor191522
Sthence w 351.60 ft s 260 ft
w 65 ft s 186.16 ft w 804.40
I ft s 400 ft w 341 ft a 470 ft w
420 ft a 420 ft w 210 ft s 996
ft e 2c40 ft n 1281 ft w 448 tf
n 539 ft w 224 ft n 175 ft e
224 ft n 310 ft w 166 ft n 200
ft e 166 ft n 201 ft...... ....
Mrs Jane Murrefl... .... 'lot 23 blk 1 Anderson's ad Ocala 1315 21
w H Tayor. .. ....... .ot 7 blk 2 Anderson's ad Ocala 13 15 21
r P Gleon.............Ilots 5 to 20 bik 6 West End
Ocala .. .... . .......... .
'ukoown. ........ ...... ot 8 blk 8 West End Ocala..
F P on ... ............lots 7 11 13 15 17 18 19 24 blk
8 Woet End Ocala... ... ...
r'Nta A Adams... .......lots 14 16 blk 8 West Edn Ocala]
syeety stmmons.. .. .. lots 20 22 blk 8 West End Ocala!
J C( 9hmisom ... .. .. lot 14 blk 9 West End Ocala..
B Van .......... lot 10 blk 10 West End Ocala.
T N GadnM ...........lots 15 17 blk 10 West Endl
Ocala...... .............
F IP (odn ..........lot 2 4 5 6 blk 26 West End
Ocala ........... . . . . . . .
N W Harrison . ...... Lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 blk 27 West End
SOcala ............ ........
Amanda Mh-hael ......lot 9 blk 27 West End Ocala..
F P fadosn ......... Its 1 to 10 blk 28 West Endl
Ocala .. . . . . .. ... .
F P <1adq.,n ....... lots 5. 7 8 to 23 ine blk 29 West'
i End Ocala....... .... ....i J
T J w*ens. ... .... lots L 4 blk 29 \Vst End Ocala
F" I' iaduma ..........tloits 5 7 17 19 blk 31 West End;
Ocala............... .
a J Finl'-y ... .... .. lot 2 and 4 blk I' WVest End'
Ocala ....... ..........
' T l., r.. ...... blks 166 167 1s6 1s7 1S 208 '227
22% West End Ocala...... .
i-.l & :" W *,;. r.w .. .. lots 12 14 16 Is "2 L 22 24 26 blki
14:3 1st ad \Ve.-t End Ocala
Mr- C l.mb ... ... lits 37 3A. 40 bik 144 1st ad,
e,,st E in ala. . . . . .....
It. I .f'rd ... 'lots I to 40 blk 2:3 1st adt West!
E u'i ala . . . . . . . .
A 4' I-allih ........ lots and blk 2 End Ocala... ... .........
A l.amt ..... Its 4 6 21 23 bIk 273 1st adl I
West End Ocala.... .... ..
W 1. Wright .. lot 17 blk 273 1st ad West End'
thcala... ... . .. . .
I, & F ,-G.ro ......I. .lots 2t) to 40 inc blk 331 1st adl
West End (tcala..........
M K H,.,l*'r ..... lots IS 19 bik 7 S S Park....!
N. A S.HI ..... lots 3 4 5 6 7 blk 9 S S Park
SL r .....'l.,ots ll 12 blk 9 S S Park ....
SA i .4 mi*an .. lot 22 bik 27 S S Park......
F N .n l.t. ,s 13 14 blk 3' S S Park .... I
.,3, H h'k.y ... lot 23 blk 37 S S Park........ i
0G.,, Anthony .... Iots 2. 26 klb 37 S S Park....
H ari Brstol .. lot 17 blk 3fS 1S Park......
H I* Rrts,1 .......l ,)t 17 blk 35 for 19'.7 S S Park
H Van is.n .' .... lots 26 27 blk 40 S S Park....
H dt l4ot 6blk 44 S SPark........
Mr N Wal ....... ilots 1 34o blk 47 S Park .....
r I' B"1ln%.'n .lots 3 4 5 "" 26 27 blk 57 S S
Park .... ..... ..........
i.nkn,,n 9t 10 11 12' 13 24 25 26 14 I
Sbl bk 61 S S Park.........
". l.n.. k l t 21 bik 69 S Park.. .. ..
at J koh. ....lot 4 blk 74 S S Park ...... .
I'nkl.oun ... 'lots 20 to 26 inc blk 74 S S.
Park....... ... ...... .... I J
J | l.ynn. ...lots 5 6 2., 26 blk 79 SS Park I
H K H.sll.r ...... lot t blk 98 S S Park.. ..
S Fld^ (Paid) ..........lot 28 blk 104 S S Park...... I !
E I. H-nITr ... lot 5 blk 137 SS Park ........
lm. ..mm .. .. lot 17 blk 142 SS Park.. ...


H KOep"er (Paid) .....lot 6 blk 14 S S Park......
S U ingilton ... lot 24 blk 133 S S Park ......
Ja1 SP'ckal .....lot 16 blk 164 S S Park......
"1 P IotffloI ... lot 22 blk 155 S S Park ......
Ids M 4rnt .... ot 7 bik 161 S S Park......
H l? atI lots 3 4 27 2 blk 163 S S Park
re-n.- laustIgnOn .... lot 18 blk 178S S4 Park......
1 -.t, i lot 19 blk 17. S S Park.. I.... I
F: Mal-s ...... lots 11 12 blk 18 S S Park....
V 4" ,llogglo ...... t 19 blk ISI S S Park ......
Ma h' .... t 16 17 blk 202 S S Park.... I
J M, Iv ....- ......lots 1 2 3 blk 2o0 9S SPark..
J M P,.rn ........t 9 3 bk S S S Park
Ar,,r I" n Jr ......lot 19 blk 212 S S Park......
J,,.. ." .r.... .lots 1 2 3 blk 2S3 S S Park..'
P r1 po-..n ..... ,its I1 12 13 blk 36 S S Park..i
I. ,rburv, .. .. lots .2 23 24 blk 343 S S Park I
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Anthony Piund......

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H 0 Balsh Agt (Paid).
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Tax Collector, Marion County, Florida.


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CAN A MAN BE TOO BROAD-MIND-
ED?


I am a constant reader of your pa-
per and take a keen interest in many
things that are discussed therein by
the people. What I would like to
have discussed is whether or not it is
possible for a person to become too
broad-minded. I have about conclud-
ed that it is. If you wIll pardon the
assertion, I think I have reached that
state. For twenty years I have tra-
versed over and over again this conti-
nent, meeting and mingling with all
kinds and conditions of people and
things. I have reached a point where
I take such a broad view of things I
do not condemn any of them-at least
not many. It occurs to me that there
should be a certain amount of nar-
rowness to cause a person to seize
upon an idea or principle, high or low,
and carry it through to a good or bad
end. No broad-minded person is ever
an extremist, and it takes extremists
to bring about revolutions.-A. B.
Carlisle of Atlanta. in New York
World.
It would be all right if those fellows
who are not so broad-minded would
not get into such narrow ruts and con-
tinue in them. It seems to us an aw-
ful thing to be consigned to look out
upon the world through the same
shade of spectacles forever. Next to
total blindness it is an awful thing,
and yet some people go through the
world doing that same thing-never
seeing things except from one point
of view, and letting its beauties and
its glories almost totally escape them.


LIVED 152 YEARS


95. Win. Parr-England's oldest man-
71 married the third time at 120, worked
46 in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years
52 longer. People should be youthful at
I S0. James Wright of Spurlock. Ky..
27 shows how to remain young. "I feel
71 just like a 16-year-old boy." he writes.
71 "after taking six bottles of Electric
Bitters. For thirty years kl!ney trou-
76 ble made life a burden. but the first
9-' bottle of this wonderful medicine con-
71 vinced me I had found the greatest
cure on earth." They're a godsend to
71 weak. sickly, run down or old people.
9- Try them. .0c. at Tydings & Co. m
71
71 The level-headed Lakeland News
-'. expresses our sentiments regarding a
46 bill pending uteore me legislature
71 when it says: "This paper heartily
71 approves the bill now before the leg-
71 islature requiring that all articles,
71
95 cartoons, etc., appearing in newspa-
-2 pers. for the publication of which
71 compensation is received, shall be
22 plainly marked 'advertisement.' Ev-
;". ery newspaper worthy of the name is
95 proud to assume responsibility for its
own expressions, and should be equal-
76... . .


MONUMENT TO THE NOBLE WO-
MEN

Of the Confederacy to be Erected by
Southern Men
General Robert J. Magill, command-
ing Florida division or united Confed-
erate Veterans, has issued, the follow-
ing special orders in regard to the
monument to be erected to the mem-
ory of the women of the Confedera-
cy:
Headquarters Florida Division, United
Confederate Veterans, Jacksonville,


taken up for consideration and cccu-
pied the remainder of the morning
session, as it was read section by sec-


Fla., May 19, 1909. tion.
Special Order No. 3: Adjournment was taken during its
In compliance with a request of consideration.-J. Ira Gore, Tallahas-
Lieut. Gen. C. Irvine Walker ot see Special to Times-Union.
Charleston, S. C., commanding depart- POLITICS MAKES NO DIFFER-
ment of the army of northern Virgin- ENCE TO US
ia U. C. V., and chairman of the U. But if you are lokinr for the best
C. V. committee of the general organ- section in which to locate, come to
ization of the Confederate Veterans, Marion county, Florida, where lands
e to r f a can be bought at from $2.50 to $25
appointed to raise funds for a mem- per acre, according to location and
orial to the women of the Southern Improvements. On these lands we
Confederacy in connection with a raise from two to four crops per year,
similar committee from the organiza- and hence do not have to consume in
winter all that we can lay up in sum-
lion of the Sons of Confederate Veter mer.
ans to appoint a committee to raise If you are skeptical, visit the Ma-
funds in this behalf by in lividual sub- rion County Fair, December 16, 1T
scription, and if possible aid from the and 18. 1908, and see for yourself.
For further particulars address,
legislature of the state for the pur- F. W. DITTO,RealEstateDealer,
pose of erecting in Florida a suitable 11-20-tfw Ocala, Fla.
memorial which shall perpetuate to
future generations the glory and gran. VOTES FOR WOMEN
deur of southern womanhood.
deur of southern womanhood. Mina Berger, wife of Victor Berger,
By virtue of the authority vested in Wisconsin's leading socialist, has
me as commander of the Florida di- been elected to the board of educa-
vision U. C. 1.. the following Veter- tion in Milwaukee.
ans and Sons of Confederate Veterans * *
are hereby appointed on said commit- Central Labor Union in Philadel-
tee, of which Maj. Gen. W. H. Jewell phia endorsed woman suffrage and
of Orlando is chai-man: pledged its support to the national pe-
orig. Gen. H. W. Long of Martel, tuition at a meeting held April 25th.
Fla.: Brig. Gen. V. Thompson ot The Metal Trades Council of the same
Pensacola; Hon. H. A. B. McKenzie, city took similar action April 22nd.
Palatka: Messrs. A. .. Mitchell. C. W. *.
Buckman, John W. Dodge and C. N. "Yes, along with the initiative and
Welchans. Jacksonville; A. A. Myers, referendum and the recall system in
Cottondale: H. P. Baya, Tampa, and state and municipal government. I be-
A. B. Newton. Winter Gaden. lieve firmly in woman suffrage," says
These gentlemen are requested to, ex-Gov. Folk of Missouri, in an inter-
report to Gen. Jewell H. H. Long, ad- view in the St. Paul Pioneer Press.
jutant general and chief of staff. "Woman suffrage could not help but
By order of: 1"%Voman suffrage could not hell) but
By order of: be beneficial in municipal, state and
ROBERT J. MAGILL, national politics. It will not only
Major General Commanding. raise the social and economic status

Oh. well! Even though the osteop- of women themselves, but it will make
for cleaner and better politics."
athy bill is the only general measure
that has passed the legislature, that Glen Kelley. representing Eureka
gives a skeleton on which to build.-! College, has won the $100 prize offer-


Orlando Reporter-Star. Yes, and it
has passed the optometry bill. This


ed by the Illinois Equal Suffrage As-
sociation for the best essay on woman


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W H Vincent ........
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E W Brown ...... ..
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WAS THE MECKLENEB- UI
CLARATION A MYTH?
Beginning Tuesday and ending I
three days' celebration today, C,
lotte, N. C., and the county of NM--
lenberg challenge general att'l-d
in their attempt to give the seoeshad
Mecklenberg Declaration of bt
pendence a definite status as a paig
of American history. The press n
of President Taft today at the crewu
ing exercises of the celebration eeM.
additional interest and algalfme- wto
the belated honors accorded to the
signers of the alleged declaration.
Certainly it is an Interestilg a
notable fact if, as the Charitnad-
and Mecklenburgers seem to beI eM
a declaration of independence --
really adopted in Charlotte May 1 -0
1775, ante-dating the declaratie oa
Phliadelphia more than a year. TSO
presider* Taft's presence and purtI*
pation it. 'ie celebration will tea4
give the story of the supposed deet~.
action a standing in history is ah
trua.
And yet, despite the brilliant of
events and the three days of ped-d,
pageants, speeches and song. the dl
doubts as to the authenticity of the
famous declaration will not ljowi.
Thomas Jefferson. in his letter
John Adams, marshalled many ad
strong reasons in support of hib epi.
ion that the declaration was sprainsl,
Many of his arguments have aever
been satisfactorily answered--paell
bly never can be. Furtherfore, hissp.
ical evidence, recently discovered gmA
a great way in confirming the eesrf
ness of Jefferson's belief. W. Heoy
Hoyt, of the Harvard Law Sch el, t
years ago. in his book on the Mesh.
lenburg Declaration. clearly eMstabO
ed by the aid of evidence not avdft
ble to Jefferson the mythical ohme
ter of the facts upon wklch the hob
lievers in that document rest tha


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lot 14 blk 87 Leroy ........ 16 16.20
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lotss 18 20 22 24 25 blk 378 Leroy 7116 20
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. lot 47 blk 392 Leroy.. .. ... 13 16i20
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... lot 7 blk 513 Leroy.. ........ 11620
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MAY BE A BI3 SENSATION

Secret Caucus of Nin Senators Claos-
ly Followed by a Long
Executive eeession
Appropriatng the sum of $50,000
from the convict lease fund for the
purchase and equipment of a state
prison farm, the Humphries bill was
finally passed to third reading by the
senate today.
This is regarded as an important
measure, inasmuch as it is believed
that its passage will mean the taking
of the first step towards the ultimate
abolishing of the present convict lease
system.
The senate held a two hours' exec-
utive session this morning which
aroused great curiosity, inasmuch as
the matter under discussion is known
to have been very important and per-
haps sensational.
It is understood that everything
will be made public finally.
The executive session followed im-
mediately upon a secret caucus, at-
tended by nine senators in a commit-
tee room.
The remainder of the day was de-
voted by the senate to the considera-
tion of the Willams oyster bill. This
is a most sweeping bill, and seeks to
regulate the entire oyster industry of
the state.


How wide was the sweep of its I
tiful wing;
How boundless its circle, bow rl
its ring;
If I looked on the sky, 'twas sea
ed in air;
If I looked on the ocean the rae
was there;
Thus forming a girdle as bM
and whole
As the thoughts of the rlabew| I
encircled my soul.
Like the wing of the Deity ealof
furled.
It bent from the cloud sad e I
the world.
There are moments, I thbak, wv
spirit receive.
Whole volumes of thought -s m
written leaves.
When the folds of the heat I
ment In lose
Like the inermost leaves m
heart of the r-,
And thus when the raabow had
ed from th sky.
The thoughts it aw"ke wore f I
to pass by.
It left my full soul like the
dove,
All fluttering with plamre 4 a I
terlag with le..
I know that each moment of rt
or pain,
But shortens the fiak. ios mA I
tical chain,
I know that my form NIb the |
from the wave,
Must pass from the earth aad e*
in the grmve,
Yet oh! When death shadows r
om enelood,
When I shrink at the thogkh of I
coin and shroud.
May hope like the rainbow my Ii
unfold,
In her beautiful pinions of purple a
gold.


Highly Sensational
Rumor has it tonight that today's
executive session of the senate will re-
sult in the arraignment of several
state officials upon charges of having
participated in some deals of an al-
leged shady character. The officials
involved are said to be a head of a
department and assistant head of a
department of the state government
and attaches of the legislature.
It is known that witnesses from va-
rious parts of the state have been tel-
egraphed for and these witness are
expected to arrive tomorrow to testi-
fy.
A severance of the bonds of silence
of the senate is eagerly awaited, as
something of a highly sensati nal na-
ture is expected to be developed.
Routine Proceedings
Fourteen members were present
when the senate was called to order
at 10 o'clock.
Not being a quorum present a re-
cess was taken for half an hour,
when twenty were present.
Bills were introduced as follows:
Senate bill. No. 470,-Girardeau-
Pension for Joseph Gilmer of Jeffer-
son county.
The senate then went into executive
session until 12:30.
The senate then reassembled and
proceeded to the consideration of sen-
ate bill No. 165, Humphries-For the
purchase of a state prison farm. The
bill was finally passed to third read-
ing.
The Williams oyster bill was then


THE RMMN
I sometlaes have tm
nest hebr,
That lie am my heart O
nm the soaw .
Of a ramble I took ae

When ay heart was -s
blosoom in Jame
The green earth was -M
late fallen mshawes
The breeze fluttered dow
open the flower.
While a single white clded t
ven of rest.
On the white wing of peas*
off in the west.
As I threw hack my tresses
the cool breeze
That scattered the raindrops -MA
pled the seas.
Far up in the blue sky a air
unrolled
Its soft tinted pinions of purpfI
gold.
'Twas born in a minute, yet g
its birth.
It had stretched to the utterM4t 4
of the earth.
And as fair as an angel. It lsen
free.
With a wing on the earth and a I
on the sea.
Flow calm was the ocean, how
tie its swell,
Like a strain of sweet muscle ,
and it fell.
While its light sparkling W
stealing laughingly o'er.
When tiJey saw the fair r@M
knelt down on the she ;
No sweet hymn ascended, so -
of prayer,
Yet I felt that the spirit of UMg
was there,
And bent my young head la doe
and love
'Neath the form of the angl
floated above.












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b wa ", wrangMg over
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iF APP CATION FOR
oMOF THE WOM AN'Se



| a mda. appli2a-
I f tfhe ircuit coart for
lsisl drebt a the state of
a g at ie.r r ranerporating:
AX'S CIUB at Ocela. Flor-
staglir rnd objtcts of the
to he seemed are: To pro-
Me Sterry, worthy. scientific
B ae ~ieM ad advancement of
Min lhland at the commenlty in
Sd i4 h 191nted: to ogive aid
Sr 4 d pLIm heMrrlie move-
and s ts. sad to foster. en-.
S0sad mpport the general
t ~m ma d all efforts af-
ULIATH ROCKER.
B XR W IA H. MOTE,
SARA r. LLOYD.
MART IS ANDthe RON
Md 4sut 4 o. S Gme. en
ELA2 H MAUGHS.
MARY PMATT.
5-28-5tw.

11MIS TO A FAITHFUL SER-
VANT
StamSt. Fla.. May 22 .1909.
11 Eeri" Ocala Banner:
AM ia Jamison. beloved wife of
Jameies of Stanton. Florida.
seaty thi morning of apoplexy.
Sher aid f*4t were. she never
her duty In washing a
l eastlag a joint of meat she
lefkte pamis. and no horse, nor
iftW do h'ft in her charge. eve-r
Sweater. Aunt Tins was of
the old-fashioned colored
Vest disappearing from off the
at the gtoe., who reared and ten-
gded our earliest infancy.
r gestratt~s she worke-i for
e WrOr's family. but never failed
See ken- her word. God t'lePA


When warm days and
the kitchen fire make
,cookinaburden-then
is the tuime to try a New
Perfectin Wick Blue
,Flame Oil Cook-Stove.
Marvelous how this
stove does away with
kitchen discomforts-how
cool it keeps the room in
!omponrison with condi-
tions when the coal fire was
during. The




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BIG SAVING ON SUGAR

Completion of Florida East Coast
Railway Fpeecte-" to Cause it
J. R. Parrott, president of Henry M.
Flagler's East Coast railroad, return-
ed to this city yesterday from an in-
spection. of the company's construc-
tion work to connect the mainland eo
Florida with the island of Key West
by steel viaducts extending from islet
to islet between these two points. Mr.
Parrott said that the work was pro-
gressing rapidly and would be com-
pleted in January, says the New
York Tribune.
Orders will be placed shortly, he
said, for the largest all steel car floats
ever constructed. These are to be
used for carrying freight and passen-
ger cars between the terminus of the
road at Key West and Havana, Cuba,
a distance of 92 miles, so that trains
made up in this country or Cuba can
be transported acres this intervening
strip of water and run to any point
Desired.
For instance, Mr. Parrott said he
was negotiating for large contracts
for the carriage of raw sugar from
the plantations of Cuba through in
bulk to the refinierles here and in Phil-
adelphia. This will effect a saving to
the refineries, in the item of bagging
alone, of 40 cents a ton. With other
items the total saving to the sugar
nm'erests would amount to about $850,-
000 on each year's crop.-Times-Un-
ion.
WHOOPING COUGH
"In February our daughter had the
whooping cough. Mr. Lane of Hart-
land recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and said it gave his
customers the best of satisfaction. We
found It as he said, and can recom-
mend it to anyone having children
troubled with whooping cough." says-
Mrs. A. Goss of Durand, Mich. For
sale by all druggists. m


When you come to think of it, Live
Oak is one of the loveliest spots on
earth for the building of homes. Here
nature has wrought her noblest work
in the grand and stately oaks. the
balmy air and boundless wealth of un-
oppressive sunshine: the trees alive
wth the song of happy birds and all
nature gleeful. With all this we
have all modern conveniences: good
health, and ought to be the happiest
and most contented people on earth.
If we are not it's our own fault.-
Live Oak Democrat.
FOR SALE-41 acres best farm
land. adjoining city limits on south,
with good 8-room house, well. harn.
etc. All fenced and in cultivation.
This property can be subd4ivided and
sold for from $100 to $200 per, acre
within one or two years. In the mean-
time you have the best farm possible.
Sidetrack on the property. Price.
$2600, on terms. Apply to Ocala Ban-
ner. 4-9-tfw
INTOLERANCE

On account of the stand Editor Ap-
pleyard of the Index took against pro-
hibition in Lake City, a coterie of en-
thusiasts have announced their inten-
tion to boycot the paper. Here is one
of his come-backs:
"When the boycott gets on good and
hard one ancient dame-a nrohibi-


BAILEY MAKES A SENSATIONAL I
ATTACK ON JOHNSON 1

A Washington special says that
reading a certain article that recently


appeared in one of the New York.
newspapers, in which Governor John-
son of Minnesota was credited with
saying that democratic senators who
have betrayed their constituencies
may not in the end be able to lead
them so far astray. Referring again
to the exaggeration of alleged differ-
ences, Mr. Bailey said:
"But these misrepresentations the
country will appraise at their proper
value, and for it intelligent men at
least will allow a proper discount. But
some of the people now engaged in
the propaganda of misrepresentation
and exaggeration are not entitled to
that charitable opinion of their atti-
tude. The paper here prints what ap-
parently is a statement given out on
behalf ef the distinguished gentleman
who once thought he was a candidate
for the presidential nomination of the
democratic party, and if all signs are
not at fault he intends to again be-
come a candidate for the nomination.
This article appears under a New
York date line, and proceeds to say
that Governor Johnson is of the opin-
ion that the democratic senators who
have betrayed their constituencies as
far astray again as the senators have
gone.
"What I say is upon the assumption
that this correctly represents the
view of Gdv. Johnson. If it does he
had better be at home studying the
tariff question than thus early seeking
the favor of the democratic party in
the several states. More than that,
Mr. President, if this view or state-
ment was given out or authorized or
sanctioned by Gov. Johnson he shows
himself so utterly reckless of the
truth as to disqualify himself for high
service in any station.
Let Him Specify
"Assuming a great division among
the democrats in the senate he at-
tempts to explain it, and his explana-
tion is that the railroads of the south
have interested themselves in this
legislation, and that they have over-
come the conscience and the princi-
ples of some democratic senators.
"Gov. Johnson owes it to himself,
to the democratic party, to the cause
of candor, and, I might well say. to
the cause of truth, to specify whose
votes and whose speeches furnish him
a predicate for that slander upon the
democrats of the senate. Instead, sir,
of swelling this volume of misrepre-
sentation and exaggeration, if he is
worthy to wear the honor of the dem-
ocratic party and to receive the nom-
ination he would be careful to say
nothing against those here who are
striving faithfully and honestly to do
their duty that he was not required
by truth and justice to assert.
"I challenge Gov. Johnson, and I
challenge the smallest politicians who
will repeat this calumny to come and
show by the record where any dem-
ocrat in the senate has cast a vote
that will give the semblance of coun-
tenance to the charge that he makes."
SKILLED LABOR FOR THE MAS-
TER


"Trained service is most efficient,
and nowhere is skill more needed than
in the service of our Lord. Those
summoned to the place of toil and
trust in Christ's kingdom should have
mental and spiritual training as well
as religious fervor. A mere desire to
serve is not sufficient qualification for
service. Passion for the sea does not
make one a great sailor. Eagerness
to defend the flag of one's country
does not make a hero or a capable
leader of armies. So a zeal for the
lord's house does not const.aite one
an efficient worker. This impulse, fir-
ed by divine love, must not be lack-
ing. This desire should become a
passion; this eagerness a sanctfied
impatience; this zeal all-consuming;
but should be guided by a trained
eye and a practiced hand.
"A few years ago one of the great
Atlantic liners was driven against the
rocks on the Irish coast. Fortunately,
every soul escaped safely to land,
but the majestic ship, which had out-
ridden many storms. after a while
yielded to the beating of the billows
and went to pieces. The commander
of the vessel was tried before a prop-
er tribunal and suspended from fur-
ther service on the sea. So vast are
the interests involved that no one can
be intrusted with command who be
trays the slightest negligence or in-
capacity. And yet. in this larger com-
merce between two worlds, in this
more perilous voyage over the sea of
life. anybody is thought competent to
guide, any untrained band can hold


Prepare


GENERAL ORDERS NO. 5:


1st. As per General Orders No. 4, issued April 24, 1909, the 16th annual meeting and re-union of the S,-.-
ond Brigade, Florida Division, U. C. V., will be held in the court house at Ocala, Fla., Wednesday and Thursday
June 2nd and 3rd, 1909, and will convene June 2nd at 10 a. m., in which all Confederate Veterans, Daughters
of the Confederacy and Sons of Veterans are cordially invited to participate.


2nd.
their staff,
or us with


The Major General commanding the Division, and Brigadier Generals commanding Brigades, ant,
and all past Major Generals, and Brigadier Generals of the Division are especially requested to hon.
their presence and wisdom on this occasion.


3:rd. PROGRAM:
Music by the Metropolitan Band.
Prayer by the Chaplain, Major H. C. Martin.
Address of welcome by Mayor John D. Robertson, in behalf of the people of Ocala.
Address of welcome by Col. John M. Martin of Ocala, Fla., on behalf of Marion Camp No. 56. I'. C. V
Response by Brigadier General J. C. Davant of Brooksville, Fla.
Annual address.
Presentation of Brigade Sponsor, Miss Matilda R. Pasteur, of Stanton, Fla., and her Maid of Honor, Mi--
Sue Anderson, of Ocala. Fla., By Brigadier General H. W. Long.
Presentation of Sponsor for Dickison Chapter, U. D. C., Miss Florence Walters, and her Maid of Hono-
Miss Grace Hatchell, both. of Ocala, Fla., by ........... ..............
Presentation of Sponsor for Marion Camp, No. 56, IT. C. V., Miss Mary E. Burford, of Ocala. Fla. :r :
her M aid of Honor, M iss . . . . . . . . . . ....... of Ocala, Fla., by . . . . . ..............
4th. Business session of the Brigade will be held at the court house at 3 p. m.


Thursday, June 3rd


1,th. Visitors will be given a free ride in automobiles over some of Marion county's improve, d roa 4<
leaving the Ocala House at S a. m.
w;th. A business session will be held at the court house at 11 a. m.


7th. The members of Dickison Chapter. I'.. D. '.. in accordance with a time-honoredi
will celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Jefferson Davis by spreading a bountiful repast
for the members of Marion ('amp. and on this occasion for them and all Veterans attending
union.


custom of th'l -
in the Gary (;rm.-
thb- Brigade


After all have participated. brief extempioraneous addresses will be delivered by prominent visitor.. :
commemoration of the life of this great and good man. after which the Veterans and Daughters will mov .0
procession to the monument to the memory of Marion county's Confederate dead, erected upon the puhl
square of Ocala. which will be decorated by the Daughters, after which a short reminiscence of these gr,-.
men will be made by the Brigadier General, and others, should time permit.
The following reduced rates for the occasion have been secured by the committee of arrangements by it..
--- 3 ;- M h.. .. T-I r- a-i< 1n 2 nt -r .lav- th n si-- -. u


S


NO W is tlf time to lay in a supply of Fruit Jars, Rubbers,


Wrenches. and Jelly


Grapes, etc.


Glasses for canning Pears, Peaches, Plums,


All Fruits will soon begin to come


trial on hand and save time.


Caps, Jar


Blackberries,


in, so have your canning ma-


We are offering


Pint Jars at #4

Quart Jars at

1,2 Gal Jars at

Fruit Jar Tops at


Jar Rubbers at

Jelly Glasses at


5c


60c dozen


75c

90c

30c


and lOc


35c


If You Think of Your Health when p mind that

you want PURE SPICES. We WHOLE AND GROUND SPICES
have just received a fresh supply of W E ND G UND
WE GUARANTEE OUR SPICES TO BE ABSOLUTELY PURE AND FRESH


TEA and COFFEE We have the most complete line of Tea and Coffee in
Town and all we want you to do is to TRY US and
SEE. BLUE LILAC is the finest 25c Coffee on the market. It has more friends
than all the rest put togeth r-TRY IT ONCE


"White Rose" Canned Goods are the Best on the
White Rs Market. TRY THEM and SEE


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CLARK BROS., Props.


OCALA


HEADQU ARTERS SECOND BRIGADE,


FLORIDA


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Now!


FOR WINTER DAY


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S be t dw-im A-A lso ueful drop dhelv
DW Aw pet w after nmovm from buamr.
SW-ekd dda IworNo A mmavl of comfort,
dnmd c. ,. MaMe in thre
Ikbwo wist Cabie Top. If not
1 yer- 4duIm, wui our naemt agency.


Just uuin a
1%tpLafflamp as
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n -- rw ftrh -pstaor; anomg enough for
dMM or wco bright enough for
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GROCERY


FLORIDA DIVISION,


I'NITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS.


Ocala, Fla., May 18, 1909.


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Pn at the rmeest of the
a Club o Oeala.)

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MIame Cbairma and Members of
the Cuncil:
We a business man has carried
SMhis businums for a while 'te pro-
elds to take inventory of his block
s oWder to know what he has on
had, sad to amceraln if his business
in z. parlag one and worthy its contin-
ua*e, or otherwise, that the ,s is
E*imcftt to foice him to clc., his
buisiem.
Coser tryg tt- waters of the United
states is but a part of the nation s en-


terprise. Realizing the stupendaous-
es" of this work the government has
called to its assistance various organ.
izations having the prosperity of our
matiok at hear. Among these organ-
liatiors the *;,,eral Federation of
WonmuD's Clubs with it., SOO,Oe ac-
tive won,.-n was asked to assist in
this great Iuaeieunt,.
Wheu a gr-a-t nation arrives t a
criss in Its affairs, when the progress
tn its industrial activities is threat-
oeed aith paralysis. and when its
-amst far-seeing and resolute men re-
sort to organized effort for national
revlb, no man can afford to keep si-
lent, or subect himself to the charge
of iadierence because he fails to give
his utmost strength and encourage-
imet to the movement. The women
ae the earth's hand-maidens, whose
ieslue-e Is unlimited and unquestion-
ed. We ma as little afford to sit by
lnd refse our assistance as the men.
la this day of activity of clubs, we
have been accustomed to hearing (ach
chairman say that the subject as pro-
moted by her committee, is "one of
the most vital questions of the day."
It may come as a surprise to many to
know that the newest department of
the G eral Federation, the develop-
mewt of the nation's waterways is the
Mast vital and important question
now cofroating tie people of the
'mhted States.
The question of waterway conser-
vatta is o e that sends its roots not
ealy tato the development and pros-
party of the atioa. but into the na-
tea's health as well. Water is a
primes aneesity to man, not only as
an article of food. but also for the
peper eSrOee of cleanliness of per-
aL. clothes sad dwelling. Homes
g" t gp tito existence where na-
tore yielMed a bentifal supply of wa-
ter. Rome shows aqueducts, covering
ml" oa miles, v.ich, according tU
PMay. were lbocs 321 B. C.. at a cost
of $11.7.Oft, thus providing the first
oanmtary r" qiites for her inhabi-

It is said that running water puri-
iea tswelf every eight miles, but the
fact that water once polluted can
nwver he safely considered in a per-
fectly isaaltar> condition again.
Womes have been the most potent
fathers In ewitering the sanitary con-
dition of our cities: it is therefore ne-
resmar that they should take tip the
qtis-athi 0ot puarfication of water sup-
ply b* it in th. *rt~eanms or in reser-
vidra In many states the question
o rpt t vraSiiportlation does not ap-
pisl dltr.,c' *to Its people. there l.-ing
en rit'-r! harlors. nor lakes in the
,Sat. Stich tI.ing the fact. that state
sMMold study the interdependence of
forest- and water. states and streams.
th.** B*...t'.( of irrigation in semi-
arid reglon for the transforming of
the desk-ert into field and garden and
drainage in swamp lands. There are
wvvety-.ertm million acres of swamp
la4as now useless. which, if drained.
would be available for agricultural
e,. siTe they are naturally very fer-
tUle. Allowing forty acres to each
tly,. this area would furnish homes
tor te milioe persons. The prosper-
ity of a nation depends wholly upon
the iaterchange of commerce, both
demostic aid foreign. The internal
rmerie of the United States is
grsowtg rapidly The demands for
traampartatto faciltles are expanding
s swiftly that the railroads are un-
aee to meet the demands, and water
treasprtatios must be employed.
There are in the United States 25.-
*We mlle, of navigable rivers, and at
k- asa equal amount which might
tw made- no by improvement. When


e r0ealSder the economic % of the wa-
terway commerce they are very great.
Betweee Pitstburg and Ashtabula.
Pa. .1 miles. it costs 90 cents a ton
no real or Iron ore for railway trans-
portatoia- whereae.. between Duluth
Ini LAshtISalla. i(q miles by water.
the oame On *and the same coal goes
tower 25 Ces a ton on coal and 80 g ents
a tea e irton it is calculated that to
impro-te theb M:ssouri river from Kan-
&*a ('It) to St IAouis. giving it a tour-
to .-fnm channel. would cost about
the same a' to build a railroad the


s8., The tow-boat "Sprague" towed FLIES AND DISEASE MAJOR IZLAR ON THE BUILDING Of some outside capital which has PRESENTATION OF GIFT AT
from Pittsburg to New Orleans 70,000 OF CITIES AND TOWNS come in and started some new Indus- METHODIST SUNDAY SC
Flies are frequently responsible for ___ -
tons of coal. Calculation showed that Flies are frequently responsible for.. trial enterprise which promises to pay
tos of coal. Calculation showed thatthe spread of contagious and infec- To the Editor Ocala Banner: d Sunday morning at the pI
to have hauled thi amount of coal by 'dividends and give employment to
to have hauled thi amount of coal by tious diseases. This is so thoroughly Waiting until the angel (good or peo- e a Sunday school a very pretty
railroad would have required a 'ram people. Tell us of some people aid
corresponded with C. E. Pleas of this bad) ceased to trouble the waters be- was enacted when the infent erea
of standard coal cars 124 miles in some capital which have come to us enacted when the Innt s ,
length. l health has issued a bulletin urging tween the Banner and the Star, I (not by reason of our paved streets and seated handsome gifts to two of
Irrigation is practiced in the arit 'the wisdom of constant warfare on rushing in where angels rear to tread) teachers, Miss Jesslelu Martil
r c- 1eat sidewalks.
ind semi-arid regions of the tributar- flies and the screening of houses I have determined to offer you an arti- Miss Lucile Moore. The
es of the Mississippi and the Missou-! against them. The house By nuisance cle on the subject matter of your con- improvements. I believe in all of gifts were presented by Mr. M. M.
r. Bypumping theflood waters intocan be greatly reduced by clea es tention, and in doing so i feel that I these things, and delight in a clean, tle. To Miss Martin, wb se
reservoirs these would be given outIand vigilance. Screens put on the am, as it were, rising to a question of healthy, beauuful city, like we tba e. takes place on the ninth at Jeat
gradually to smaller streams and trib-hus windows at once will give the house- "personal privilege," the Star in its Ocala is a lovely place. It is well lo. half dozen silver teaspoon was
utaries of the principal stream; thus, wife a free house at the start of the first article having used my name. In cated, healthy, and has a fine climate en, and to Miss Moore, as a
instead of a torrential rush, these fly season. Fly maggots live and grow doing so, Mr. Editor, it is by no means It is surrounded by as many natural ing present, the children give
streams will be gradually fed during in manure and filth and mature flies my object to get up a debate or enter attractions as any place I know of. soms gold-handled parasol.
the summer and fall months whenihover about the same material to lay into a newspaper controversy, al- It has as fine agricultural possibilities There is a close bond of aEe
they are most needed for navigation, their eggs and seek bits of food. A though I use your firsteditorial in re- as one could wish, and what we nead between this large class of e4 i
Canals are largely employed in irri- free use of lime in privy vaults and ply to the Star largely, in my text. is to. have these possibilities turned .and these two young ladies, a
nation in the west as well as for trans- the hauling of stable manure to the With this preface I offer you what into realities, and when we can suc- gifts were a great surpre to the
portation. Fields as fast as made will effectually follows: ceed in getting our country settled ap cipients, who were almost ov
Canalizng in the east is one of the decrease the number of flies ws ceed getting our country settled p cipients, who were almost or
SCanalizng in the east is one of the decrease the number of flies. Clean- Of course every person of common with good, thrifty agriculturists who when they were presented to them
most advanced movements ever liness about the kitchen and backyard, sense knows it takes people to build will get ou of our soil what natde
known for promoting internal com-, carrying swill directly to the hogs in- up a city, or develop a country, but has fitted it for, then Ocala will cowe NELSON-8OUBEYROUX
merce. When 'he canal, which has'stead of putting it through a fly-feed- the building of cifles follow the de- to her own. We will then have to
been commenced, is comply ted from ing swill barrel will make flies starc- velopment of the country. build brick streets, enlarge' our botn- Mrs. V. A. Soubeyroux annouino0
Maine !o Florida. along the R lantic re about. the kitcb n door. Were the Pilgrim Fathers, or any dary lines and do many other things the engagement and approaching -
seaboard, thence to the Rio grande. conceveFor the sake of both patients and other of the early settlers of this coun- to meet the requirements of handling riage of her daughter, Leolne Ge
along the gulf coast, you can conceive their friends flies should be excluded try lured or enticed here by brick our trade, just as Atlanta had to do, true, to Mr. Julian Horatio Nel
the relief and economy of present from the sick rooms. They carry paved streets and sewers? Or did and is still doing. the wedding to take place at her e
rates in transporting the cotton and filth germs in and they carry disease they not come to escape religious per- The cities which offer the best in- dence, 515 Newnan street, o the
lumber, chief products of the south. germs out. Food supplies should be section, and because the new world ducements to mankind for workIng morning of June 9th.--Sn-man
When a ship canaL 14 feet in depth, particularly guarded against flies. The offered a retreat where they could out (not sitting out) the life sentence Times-Union.
from the Great Lakes ted wgulfth of same flies that are attracted to the work out their own mortal destiny in at hard labor, which the Creator pro- Mr. Nelson is a brother of Mr
Mexico has been completed, with the food on the table and are so especial- the wonderful natural resources of nounced upon us in Eden, are the cit- C. Looney and Mr. Claude Nelso d
aid of the Erie caral, we will have a tly fond of milk likewise delight in this country? ies which will get the people. Do th.u this city, and has been their a
continuous internal waterways ex- filth even of the most dangerous What induces the large number of and I am with you with al of my heart here on several occasions. Mr.. I1
tending from the city of New York t arkinds, which they are sure to carry immigrants who annually come to this and every endowment I possess. ney will go up to Jacksonville to
the city of New Orleans; 45 miles of around with them on their %et. country? Is it because we have fine So what we need to do is to make present at the wedding of her brt
this proposed project has been al- Screen doors, window screens, fly pa- cities andhhandsome homes, or is it a long, strong and united effort to ad- and Miss Soubeyroux.
ready excavated south from Chicago, per and fly poisons are the house- because they hope to find work and vertise the many advantages which old
nearly all the way through solid rock keepers' principal weapons to apply better wages in the numberless en- Marion offers, to induce good, inlus- MISS SAVAGE CLOSES HER
at a cost of $50,000,000 to the state on top of cleanliness. terprises which are going on in devel- trious people to come into her brds-1 SCHOOL
of Illino s A good fly poison, not dangerous to hoping and harvesting the unbounded and buy up our farming lands and Mis Annprvage who t
The United States now has 30.000.- human life, is a solution of bichrom- resources of this country? plant and reap as they never have a splendid private school durg
000 horse-power available in its iate of potash, 1 dram dissolved in 2 What the Banner says about the done before, and then our city and past year, closed her school ra Mem
streams, which is equivalent to the to- ounces of water and sweetened with natural beauties, soil, climate and our county will grow and prosper to- day. The school work was rey
tal horse-power utilized for all forms a little sugar. Put some in shallow health of Ocala and Marion county is gether. The opportunities and possi- clouded last Friday, but on Monday the
of produce ion a transportation dishes and place throughout the all true, and are of the same character blitzes are here and the time is now. pupils went back to the school to
throughout the country; 30 per cent. house. This is a cheap poison and which lured the first settlers to this IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE! their reports, etc.
of all the horse-power now used is can be obtained at any drug store- country. -They offer to industrious Very respectfully, Miss Savage an ecelle
utilized electrically. Another good fly poison is cobalt and energetic people a fine place and LAURIE T. IZLAR. er, and under her guidance te t
The conservation of the inland wa- chloride, 1 dram dissolved in 3 ounc- large opportunities to make a living children that she has been taar
terways of the United States for these ;es of water and placed in shallow and to make money. But these at- THE COUNTRY EDITOR have accomplished good work, an
great purposes constitutes the great-, dishes as above. This is more ex- trations, .nnni n .t,,,t ..... ish d thelr tshooTl dui e


est single task which confronts the
American people today. The main-
tenance and increase of agriculture,
the supply of clear water for domes-
tic and manufacturing purposes, the
development of electrical power,
transportation and lighting, creating
a system of inland transportation by
water, thereby regulating freight rates
by rail and moving bulky commodities
cheaply by water, s the task upor,
whose successful accomplishment the
future of the nation depends.
This now is our inventory of efforts,
which lies ready to our hands in the
federated club throughout the United
States.
MRS. J. D. WILKINSON.
Chairman Waterways.
General Federation Woman's Clubs.

ITEMS FROM FAIRFIELD

Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
A lovely lktle party was given by
ir. and Mrs. H. W. Tate last Satur-
day evening.
Mrs. Tate intends to visit her pa-
rents in North Carolina during the
summer and will leave here in the ear-
ly part of June.
The party, therefore, was in the na-
ture of a farewell social, which was
immensely enjoyed by the. many
friends the lady entertained.
Among the guests were Mr. and
.Mrs. L. K. Edwards of Irvine, Miss
Alice Mathews, Messrs. Drew and
Roscoe Mathews and Mr. Robert Chit-
ty of Flemington, Capt. J. H. Carter
and sons. Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, Miss
Bessie Carter, Mr. W. R. Simpson,
Miss Edna Gatrell, Mr. S. W. Yongue,
Miss Della Smith, Mr. D. B. Payne,
Miss Gertrude Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
E. S. Smith, Hon. F. S. Dupuis and
lady, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dodd, with
many other Junior guests.
That the function was a delightful
success was amply evident by the ap
preciative smiles and many flattering
compliments directed to the genial
hostess.
Mrs. Tate is very popular through-
out this portion of old Marion. and
her absence will be felt by her many
friends.
At 9:30 p. m.. delicious ice cream,
reinforced with various kinds of cake,
was placed before the guests and ev-
eryone did their full duty in putting
the delicacies out of sight, after
which music and conversation was in-
dulged in until 11 p. m.
It was a very pretty social affair,
and Mrs. Tate's good-bye party will
remain green and fresh in the memory
of her host of friends for many. many
moons. SCRIBE.


A CONTRADICTION
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
In regard to what was said in last
week's Banner under the heading of


pensive than the bichromate of pot-
ash and is harder to obtain. To clear
rooms quickly in which there are
large numbers of flies, burn pyrethrum
powder or blow black flag into the
air of the room. These do not kill the
flies, they are merely stunned and fall
to the floor. They must then be gath-
ered up and destroyed.
Flies are no mere dangerous now
than they always have been, but the
occasional mysterious occurrence and
spread of communicable diseases has
now been charged to their account.
Since their responsibility for this
damage is known to be possible, it is
the part of wisdom to guard against
sickness by waging unceasing war on
flies and the filth that attracts them.
-Breeder's Gazette.

RESOLUTIONS


Resolution offered by Judge W. S.
Bullock and adopted by the Ocala
Baptist church, Sunday, May 9, 1909:
Whereas, Our beloved pastor, Rv.
('. C. Carroll, under the guidance of
the Holy Spirit, having been called
to labor in other parts of the Mas-
ter's vineyard, which call he must
obey as becomes a dutiful and faith-
ful servant; and,
Whereas, Our beloved pastor, Rev.
of Ocala, filled with great grief and
a most profound sorrow for this sep-
aration, in this hour of great tribula-
tion and trial, pray God for that meas-
ure of grace that will enable us to
say: "O, God, Thy will be done;" and,
Whereas, After the most earnest
and sincere supplication and pleading
with him that he do not leave this
church and this field of labor, we are
unable to persuade him against what
he truly believes to be the command
of his Master; and,
Whereas, It is but fit and porper
that we should humbly submit to the
will of God, and in this spirit of sub-
mission this church has accepted his
resignation to take effect on the 15th
day of June, A. D. 1909: therefore,
be it
Resolevd. By the r'irst Baptist
church of Ocala. Florida. that we feel
keenly the irreparable loss to this
church of Brother C. C. Carroll as its
pastor, and to this community as a
man of God, whose power has been
used at all times for the putting .iown
of that which w.s wrong, and the
building up of that which was right.
We commend bim most earnestly
and heartily to those among whom
he shall labor in the future as a con-
scientious Christian man, favored by
God in an unusual manner to proclaim
the truth without fear. diligently and
discreetly, and he leaves this church
with th blessings of God and the
prayer for his abundant success in
his new field of labor.


confined to the municipal boundaries
of the city of Ocala, and the paved
streets and cement sidewalks-all
nice and desirable enough to be sure
-do not enter into the problem of
enticing settlers here to find- work or
opportunities to make a living and
amass a fortune any more than they
did into the coming of the first set
tiers, or those who still come.
True, people are what we want, but
we want producers and not consumers
only.
Suppose you build one hundred
houses in Ocala, and one hundred
men with a family each of wife and
two or three children, were to come
at once and rent those cottages from
you. Suppose they had money suffi-
cient to pay three months' rent and
provisions for the same time. Could
Ocala place the head of each. of these
families at work? Is it not more than
likely that at the end of ninety days
we would have about five hundred
unemployed people on our hands, and
landlords without their rent? Put
these same people on our wonderfully
productive soil and they would be
able to work and in three months.
with the capital they began with, he.
gin to realize something from their,
labor, and in one year's time we would
have five hundred citizens and one
hundred workers contributing to the
trade and business of the city.
When the pioneers went to the wild
west they were not drawn there by
paved streets and gilded domes. but
they went because the natural re-


It is in politics where the country
editor plays the most important part
of his career. Country weeklies are
seldom independent. and most always
radically partisan.. The small coun-
try papers have a greater hold on the
people, stand for more individuality
and principle, and are most powerful
in proportion than any daily paper,
also they dare say more vitriolic
things about rival candidates and con-
temporary sheets. Therefore the
country editor is nearly always the
foremost political figure in the com-
munity.
First, he gets to be president of the
village, mainly because nobody else
wants it. This exalted position, of so
much respectability and responsibili-
ty, carries no cash salary, but the
amount of work, curses and fault find-
ing the head of the corporation re-
ceives is second only to that of the
president of the United States. He
has to watch the construction of
walks, roads and bridges by day and
attend board meetings by night. One
of the most pleasant features of this
office is that it gives the editor the
power to perform the marriage cere-
mony and thus makes him of double
value to the community in being le-
gally authorized to unife the living
as well as morally responsible that
the (lead are buried with solemn and
impressive ri-tes.-American Press.

A SQUARE DEAL AND A SQUARE
MEAL


cessfully. -- -,--w. I -


MISS SULLIVAN TO 00 TO
PHIS


MESH


Miss Clara Gray received a le~ar
of acceptance Saturday moralag ft-
Miss Pauline Sullivan of Oeala whwm
she asked to be her maid of bomr &M
the Memphis re-union of the Saos at
Confederate Veterans. Miss Bulms
spent some tmie here a year r em
ago as Miss Gray's guest. aId f
well known in St. PeterslUmrg.-
Petersburg Independent.
Miss Sullivan is a very charkmf
young girl, and she and Miss r On,
who will represent the Sons ef VT-
erans at the Memphis re-unimo will e
notably lovely among the galaxy a
southern beauties attending this r
union.

MISS LIDDON'8 BRIDGE FOR MI08
ZEMP

Saturday afternoon Miss Caro mUA
don entertained at bridge complihne
tary to her pretty guest. MiNs Zevmg
of South Carolina.
The two tables for bridge were plbS
ed on the Metropole lawn and for two
hours bridge was deeply enjoyed. At
the conclusion of the plAying We
cream and delicious cake was served.
Those invited to meet Mise Z- mp
were the following: Mrs. J. D. Robo,
son, Miss Grace Hatchell, Miss Edith
McGuire, Miss Anne Mixon. Miss leM
Liddon and Mrs. C. H. Wight. The
Trptt riya =Pau ti JA #-- -- so-


Here's a square deal for the people j"eyLy pi wze wa ti for by TS.
sources of the country promised goc a square d eight and Miss Hatchel mand won
results to well directed labor. The o can't eat a square meal without the latter.
were not disappointed, and others fol- after pain and distress.
lowed their footsteps. and after a Go to the Postoffice Drug Store to- WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS
while they builded the cities to m.-et (lay and get a box of Mi-o-na tablets, --
their requirements for business which the great prescription for indigestion Have you neglected your Kidm*eu
they had wo d un tSo ws i he Ah- and stomach troubles. Have you overworked your erwve
they had worked up. So with the At- Take one, or if your suffering is n system and caused trouble th
lanta proposition. That city is in -**w Take one, or if your suffering s kidneys and bladder? Have yoe wpa
heart of as fine agricultural country tense, two tablets with or after meals in loins, side, back, groins aad bi
as can easily be found. The popula- and at the end of ten days if you can't ier?Have you a flabby appa f
ton is thick and the products oina- eat a square meal without distress go the face, especially under the eyes
tion is thick and the products im-o the Postoffice Drug Store andX roo frequent a desire to pass arief
mense. So that the demand of those o thure ostoffice Drug Store and If so, Williams' Kidney Plls will
thrifty planters for a market for their your money back. vou-at druggists, pice 50c.
products, and from which to receive That's where the square deal comes Sold by Tydings & Co.
their supplies, built up and kei up But on s rll stomach up EAGLES OFF FOR DUNNELLO1W
the city of Atlanta. The paving of her But Mi-o-na is really a stomach up-
streets did not come until the de-builder of great merit; every day the -----
mands of trade required it. makers receive more than a dozen let- The Ocala aerie of Eagles, who have
mands of trade required it ters from grateful people which state been at work for some time Is the r
Now the Benjamin proposition. hat after they had lost all hope organization and perfection of a mi
Yes. he found enough people hre af had lost astrel show, have now completed thel
to warrant him in putting up an ice Iacured i tre so a nw e
factoryand he availed himself of the The quick and positive action of work' and as a consequence have
factory, and he avaled himself of hMi-o-na on the stomach in case of ten together a splendid aggreasim
existing conditions. His judgment was gas.water-brash. sor stomach and 'of local talent.
good. It pays him a profit, and at 1tn0 gas, water-brash, sour ,sromach and of l alent.
good. It pays him a profit, and at t heartburn is wort. a lot of money to They will give. their first perfo
same time gives employment. if the faten or any sufferer ance at Dunnellon tonight ad t
a dozen peoplere m ight have to ry Why not try Mi-o-na at the Post- extend to their Oeala friends a cordial
work elsewhere. might have oral: Build oh,.r office Drug Store's risk. Fifty cents invitation to go with them to the
work elsewhere. Moral: Build othrbuys a large box. phate City on their al trip.
factories, make more money for t n F. D. Howe, Gardner. Mass., says: The A. C. L. has arranged to run a
vestors and give employment to no-e "'I suffered from severe pains in my special train from Ocala to Dnuna*e
men. stomach. I tried different remedies this afternoon, leaving here at 6:30
We have done some brick pavintI without relief. After using two boxes and leaving Dunnellon. returning. t
and a good deal of cement wor of Mi-o-na I found myself completely 11:30.


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Armour's "Star." The ham of hams-

"The Ham what am."


Tetley's Orange Pekoe and Mixed
Tea. Magic Yeast.

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ON A S600 CONFEDERATE NOTE
The following lines were found
written on the back or a $500 Confed-
erate note. It shows the value of pa-
per money.-Ed. Banner.


representing nothing on God's earth
now,
And naught in the water below it,
ks a pledge of the nation that's dead
and gone,
Keep it, dear friend, and show it.
Ihow it to those who will lend an ear
To the tale this paper can tell,
if liberty born of the patriot's dream,
Of the storm-cradled nation that
fell.
roo poor to possess the precious ore,
And too much of a stranger to bor-
row,
Ve issued today a "promise to pay"
And hoped to redeem on the mor-
row.


The days rolled on, and the weeks be-
came years,
But our coffers were empty still;
Coin was so rare that the treasury
quaked
If a dollar dropped into the till.
But the faith that was in us was
strong indeed,
And our poverty well discerned;
And these little checks represented
the pay
That our suffering volunteers (arn-
ed.
We knew it had hardly a value in gold
Yet as gold our soldiers received it.
It gazed in our eyes with a promise to
pay,
And each patriot soldier believed it.
But our boys thought little of price or
pay,
Or bills that were overdue;
We knew if it brought us bre d today,
Twas the best our poor country
could do.
Keep it-it 'tells our history over,
From the birth of its dream to the
last:
Modest, and born of the angel. hope.
Like the hope of success. it passed.

Scorcher Ruff


-.. Registration Certificate No. 15037.
RSINWCAINATION "'This is to certify that Sco.-cber
--- Ruyl has been duly registered in '.ol.
L MA thweophifi; aho is now IX. of iihe Field Dog Stud Book, in ac-
- ito (hilcag a-4 ,at *in- 'col'Itl't' with rules governing same.
and that 'he record here given is cor-
Dwell 9ae muin andVi om,'n re- 'rec, to-wit: Name assigned.
Ss." H" ezx|lal,,- If F saying SCORCHER RUFF. No. 15037: breed,
pointi-r sex. dog; whelped June 13.
*O a loss to undE'rstand 'his 19i47; color, black, white and ticked:
S0 rmalise that we have known Sir'. Spot's Rip Rap 19247): Dam.
Fleet Scorcher: owner. .lames Enges-
i Is ether lives and that thi4 an- ser; address. Ocala. Fla.
1 is the result of indirect nmem- "'IDated vi Chicago. Ill.. this l1th
day of April. 1908.
iTu explatim the strong antip- .. F. WHITMAN. Registrar.'"
S1 th at*< oc felt toward the * *


TEACHING THINGS OUT OF SEA-
SON
Teaching things out of season is a
woeful waste of time. It is also a
great consumer of nerve force for
both pupil and teacher.
For instance, the English plan of
having little boys of eight study Latin
and Greek killed a lot of boys, and
probably never helped a single one
to shoulder life's burden and be a bet-


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ter man. b
Knowledge not used, like anything p
else not used, is objectionable and f
dangerous.
Nature intends knowledge for ser- r
vice, not as an ornament, nor for pur- i
poses of bric-a-brac. (
"Delay abdolescence-delay abdo-
lescence," cries Stanley Hall. The
reason is plain. Tre rare-ripe rots. n
What boy, well raised, of ten or p
twelve, can compare with your street
gamin, who -has the knowledge and
shrewdness of a grown-up broker!
But the Arab never becomes a man.
The awkward and bashful boy from
the country-with mind slowly ripen
ing in its rough husk, gathering gear
as he goes, securing knowledge in or-
der to use it, and by using it making
it absolutely his own, and gaining ca-
pacity for more-is the type that
scores. 9
The priestly plan of having one set
of men do all the thinking and anoth-
er set all of the work is tragedy, for
both.
The boy of 18 who enters college
and graduates at 21, when he comes
home will not wash windows. He
wants to run his father's business.
He has knowledge, but no dexterity;
he has learning, but no competence.
He owns a kit of tools, but does not
know how to use them. And now, if
his father is rich, a place is made for
him where he can do no damage, a
genteel and honorable place, and he
hypnotizes himself and deceives his
friends with the fallacy that he is
really doing something.
In the meantime the plain and alert
young man brought up in the busi-
ness keeps the chimes on the barrel,
otherwise it would fall to pieces.
College has just one Ihing to recom-
mend it, and that is the change of en-
vironment that it affords the pupil.
This is what does him good-new
faces, new scenes, new ideas, new as-
sociations. The curriculum is nil-if
it keeps the fledgling out of mischief
it accomplishes its purpose. But tour
years in college tends to ossification!
instead of fluidity-and seven years!
means the pupil gels caught and held'
I by environment.n : hie stays too long.
Men are only great as they train
on. College may place you in the two-
thirty list. but you get in the free-for-
all only by letting the bunch take your
dust.
Happy is the man, like Ralph Wal-
do Emerson. who is discarded by his
alma mater, or like Henry Thoreau.
who discarded her.
In any event. got weanEd'-Elbert
Hubbard.


'IN SANFORD-LIFE IS WORTH, to keep out of the wet, the celery
LIVING" king lolls in a hammock and dreams
When the funnel-shaped twisters away on his irrigated farm, and lets
go dancing a two-step across the con- her pour-it skips Sanford.
inent, rip up whole counties, shock When the bloated bond-holders of
he dead out of their graves and fill Wall street corner everything in sight,
he air with bric-a-brac, forest trees, and wait for a ralze-they skip San-
cows and the savings of a life-time- ford.
hey skip Sanford. When the blizzard goes raging
When the Kansas grasshopper hops across the northern states and freez-
along down the Mississippi valley and es up whole herds of cattle and chills
gnaws off the crops for the "Hay even the milk of human kindness-it
Rube" Kansan and the corn-fed Ne- skips Sanford.
braskan, and eats even the green When the deadly chinook, which
paint off the dwellings-it skips San- sweeps across Texas, pulls the water
ord. out of the wells, bakes the corn crop
When the earthquake quakes and and leaves the inhabitants dependent
rends the earth in twain,, and opens on appropriations of congress-it
ts capacious maw and engulfs whole skips Sanford.
communities-it skips Sanford. When the Standard Oil octopus fix-
When the elements concentrate in es its tentacles upon the oil wells of
orty-hour downpours of rain in Illi- Pennsylvania and Ohio, and reaches
iois and Indiana and Ohio, and corn- down into the bowels of the earth and
pels the Sucker, the Hoosier and the shuts cff the coal supply-it skips


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Sanford.
When Weary Waggles and Dirty
Draggles go hunting for work. praying
to God they won't find it-they skip
Sanford.
When the tropical sunbeams shoot
down between tue ousy brick blocks
of Jacksonville and Tampa, the iswel-
tered tradesman locks his office.
throws his keys in the refrigerator
and-skips for Sanford.
The weevil, the chintz bug, th ap-
ple borer, the Jersey mosquito, peach
yellows, cholera germs, small pox.
Kentucky feuds-all skip Sanford -
Sanford Herald.
Beard's bill to investigate the tees
paid to Governor Jennings was defeat-
ed in the senate by a decisive -ote.
Beard is one of the most brilliant
members of the senate, but In some
way has lost hsi grip upon the mkem-
bers.


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