The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1909
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Local ad Peronal

Mrs. John H. Mathews of Candler
was a pleasant visitor to Ocala on

MItirs Roy and Marshall Carn
have sume to Tallahassee to visit
their father. Representative W. D.

Mri R. K. Yonge has gone to Jack-
voatill to visit her son and daugh-
lowr Is that city. She was accompan-
i4 1 hI Min Erln Yonge.

Mr Hot. landers of Dunnellon and
Mr. ekimger. the postmaster at Ken-
drtk. ere among the visitors to our
rtv Frrt.tay

Mrs laolle Haley Melntosh came
mI, Fililay aftermoom from her home
a* ti'arwater for a short visit in
Orala. which was formerly her home.

MNsI Opbella Sawtell has gone to
fRW.. Gt&., where she will attend the
romm-ane e-at exercises of her alma
mwer. 8brter College.
Mit Gtdys Tolmie. who has been
at Lake Wi r for the past winter and
spring. ab retarded to her hose at
NahtvUIe. Team.

Mr G. P. Brammon and sons of!
oreal. 'torida. are registered at the
lr.v a Hoteld ta New York City.
Finrm Ie temast John M. Graham is
ew rptaina of the Ocala Rifles, vice
CV .( G. A. aXk. who Is now Major
xab. Smasme LUetenant Dunn is)
am m awt S mmemgst.

now Myrti Stokes of Micanopy
was otb gMa of relatives in Ocala
4ig thoe past week. She came down
eMapeWtMy to attend the commence-!
meet eeV".Ves.

mewawl services will be continued
t the Sptist church tonight. All the
milatrs of the other denominations
are o abtH) livited to attend ttese

Mr. J. M. Jacasom of Miaml. who is

vta ld er i-ther. Mrs. J. M. Barco,
at( mPlast. spendt FrIday Ia the
rity lhagv d4tal work done. Mrs.
Jeto w" a guest a tthe Montetu

Is Is write-up of the Draft murder
rtial this paper made an error in say-
ot that Mr. vartks L Sistrunk repre-
seted the defense. He assisted the
seate ti the prosecution and was com-
plolmweld as all lsdes f-.r the speech
be made It was a splendid effort.

Miss- Mary Ramford. a very attrac-
,i v tom-g lad.t from Opelika. Ala..
arvt1d il th rtit)F friday afternoon to
bt the guet of her cutsin. Miss .Ies-
e4@1 Mar i. iatil after the latter's
minrrage MNi. Samford has a lovely
torkw and will sta at the wedding of
Miss Marnia and Mr. Wilson.

Mr. EIt. tappleman is back from
the t|lreity of Florida, and says
that be bs mde so exeellet )ear,
dp Mad is mgrc toa e with the ualver-
y tm ever. He win return next
r. Ube he usets to gradute
Me a erit to hbl-Kef amd to


colony at Miami. and this affair was "Onward. Christian Solders," the
entirely Japanese. The decorations flowers were all collected and placed
were in dapanese colors, lanterns, upon the altar, and after the service
flags. etc. The houses and grounds were carried to Greenwood cemetery
were brilliantly illuminated with lan- and reverently placed on Miss Tat-
terns, and many members of the col- ham's grave. l
ony appeared attired in native cos- Mr. C. L. Bittinger. president of the T

fume. The refreshments 'and lunch- ,Band of Mercy, made a few very ap-
es were prepared in Japanese style. propriate and excellent remarks. He
many of the articles used having been extolled the virtues of Miss Tatham


Though the G. A. R. survivors in
Ocala are but a small squad, the day
was observed here, and the soldiers'
graves were appropriately decorated.
Mr. C. L. Bittinger, editor of the Even-,
ing Star, who was a captain in the
federal army, read Linocln's Gettys-'
burg speech, and gave some interest-'
ing data. He gave the names of the'
following soldiers who served in the!
federal army, and are buried in this
county: I
Capt. R. R. Tiller, 60tL U. b. 5- C.
infantry; A. J. McScheler, Co. 3, 1st
U. S. cavalry; C. E. Booher, Co. E,
125th Ohio infantry; Samuel Hawkins,
Co. E, 9th N. Y. cavalry; Louis Rifen-
burg, Co. I, 76th regiment N. Y. infan-
try; Thomas Palfreeman, Co. C, 19th
Ohio infantry; J. W. Wood, Co. I, 15th
Ill. infantry; R. B. Wasson, 34th U.
S. C. T.; G. R. Ensloe, Co. G, 60th N.
Y. infantry; B. N. Redding, Capt. 0.
G. Finch, Nathan Horner, 39th Iowa
regifent; Robert Flynn, 7th Pennsyl-
vania cavalry-the last three in the
new cemetery. Private Recher and
Lieut. Davidson, 32nd Illinois regi-
ment, and Private Robertson are bur-
ied at Reddick. Henry Waddington of
a Kentucky regiment, buried at Crys-
tal River; Major O0. P. Rooks, buried
at Fruitland Park, and belonging to a

There are many ways in which t serves
the public, but the one now most vahlable
perhaps, is to help with loans. We will
meet the needs of conservative borrowers

The Munroe 8 Chumbliss



TSRINGS i One of the sweetest and most im-
LO D pressive services ever held in Ocala
was thc service at Grace church at
Y five o'clock Sunday afternoon. The
--p ^service was held In memory of the late
Miss Emily Tatham of this city, who
was one of our noblest women.
emsh e BMiss Tatham's death, it will be re-
3SLI S, PAW Nmembered, was sudden, and just be-
so no fore she passed away she was very
~. cmam J busy arranging for a service to be
in Ma=l1 held at Grace church on Whit Sunday
S HA afternoon by the Band of Mercy, which
rE EH ITS .4! she organized. Miss Tatham died on
------- Friday, and her funeral was held from
n "k- GO MM aaiwame s Grace church on Whit Sunday after-
gaw mwoni as .eas d ?l plunoon, instead of the service that she
.- b. i .S s t, ? had so lovingly planned. So this
ee Whit Sunday, as a tribute to the mem-
ru an WILpAa ory of this Godly woman, the service
Swas held just as she had planned it

SS The services were held under the
auspices of the Emily Tatham memor-
ial committee of the Woman's Club,
and was conducted by Rev. George
Mrs. Albert H. Birdsey and her .ndre Harrison.
I At five o'clock nearly thirty chil-
lovely little daughter, Mary, of For. ,tr.,, who were members of Miss Tat-
syth. Ga.. who have been in Ocala for( mi' Bnnd of Mercy. marched into
the past six months, have gone to!' church in a body and occupied tne
Asheville, N. C., wLhit they will irnt l1ews. Every child wore the
spend some time with Mrs. Birdsey sister, Mrs. Howard Munroe, and later I 'Ono. of lovely flowers. One little
they will be joined by Mr. Birdsey t" '. i front carrying the
and will go to New York state ,or a T:nl of Mercy manner.
visit. \li,'r th,, opening hymn, "Stand Up
S.J~;.t" the lord's prayer was said,
Miss Inez Tolmie and her aunt. Mrs. !:o" '-ior then reading the twenty-
J. T. Carson, left Monday afternoon :I '1 alhn which Miss Tatham had
for their home at Nashville, Tenn. h' :('ie for 'he lesson.
Mrs. Carson has been quite ill a: the Mrs. E. H. Mote then sang very
hospital in this city for several weeks, autitiully the exquisite hymn. "Lead,
and we are glad to learn that she has Kindly Light." which she had expect-
recovered sufficiently to travel. Miss eda to sing at the service last year.
Tolmie has spent the past six months Mr. Harrison then made a brief talk
in Ocala and at Iake Weir and has about Miss Tatham. He told of her
made many friends here. who hope for pro)minia't connection with the royal
her return next winter, society tor the prevention of cruelty
to animals in England, of which so-
Mrs. J. E. Chace. who has been at city she was for many years secre-
Dr. Kelly's sanitarium in Baltimore tary. Also of her work with the St.
since last November, left the san- Johns Sons of Jerusalem ambulance
itarium on TUlesday for Atlantic (ty society, which she organized at her
New Jersey, where she will visit Mrs. home in England. and looking towards
McConnell, who was formerly Miss the uplift of humanity and the instill-
Ellie Dye of this city. Mrs. McCon- ing of seeds of kindnes and gentleness
nell and Mrs. Chace were intimate into all hearts with which she came
.friends as girls and their visit togeth- in contact.
er will be all the more pleasant after' He tohl of her coming to America,
the tong and terrible illness that Mrs. of her residence at Fruitland Park.
Chace has suffered. Her friends here and later of her residence in this city.
are greatly rejoiced to know that Mrs. During the years that she was in
Chace has sufficiently recovered to Ocala she was never idle, always busy
leave the sanitarium. After her visit doing something for the good of oth-
with Mrs. McConnell she will go to ers. He said that she had once writ-
some other summer resort, and will ten. "No profit that I acquire shall go
return home next fall. unshared," and that her whole life was
"a fulfillment of this motto. Her char-
Mr. W. A. Pelot of Owens returned cities were very varied and some of
from* Ocala the first of the week, them were never known, except by
where he went to attend the closing those Ahom she benefited.
exercises -of the school in that city Mr. Harrison spoke of how she lov-
and see his son graduate. Mrs. Pelot ed the little ones belonging to her
returned with him. Mr. Pelot says Band of Mercy in Ocala, and of how
that it is very dry around Ocala and she often talked with him about them,
that the crops are not so good as in asking him to look over them after
DeSoto county. He had to hurry she had left us and that he knew that
home to look after the shipment of the children were glad to pay her this
his watermelon crop, which consists tribute.
of fifteen acres. He says that returns Miss Tatham had asked Judge Da-
so far are very good and that in a few v-id S. Williams to write a paper on
days he will be shipping heavy.-De-l '"The Christ in the Andes." and in his
Soto County News. absence from the city his paper was
read by Mr. Edward Drake. It was
A very unique entertainment was a very splendidly written account of
given at Miami a few nights ago by this story, which is such a beautiful
Count M. Okudaira. in celebration of one. and one with which we are all
the 350th anniversary of the House of more or less familiar.
Okudaira. There tis a large Japanese During the singing of the hymn,



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Small flags were sent to all near- this city, ana Miss Claudia Zemp of --R-- ; --IO-AL
by places with which to decorate the South Carolina.. RIONAL A
graves of all dead heroes. -- C l
Besides Adjutant Bumby and Mr. PRETTY WEDDING AT MARTEL W. H. POWER, M. .
Bittinger there were present Mr. Thos. _.
Walters. Mr. W. A. Gates and a few Sunday evening the pretty St. PHYSICIANM AND iMU I
other survivors. Johns church at Martel was the scene

TO SAVE ROLLERS FROM PER- of a very pretty wedding, which unit- Offce V. Blek.
FORATION ed the destinies of Miss Hattie Barco OCALA. u .
of Martel and Mr. Martin Luther Rey- 4
Nearly all job printers have checks, nolds of this city. The wedding was D. F0.' -,
notes, receipts and tickets to print witnessed by a large number of their
that require a single line of perforat- friends and relatives and the church, DTIb?.
ing rule, and the rule is almost cer- was very prettily decorated for the'
tain to ruin the rollers by cutting event. Over m & c am
them. In order to overcome the trou- Immediately after the ceremony Mr. m ChMa- M
ble, take a piece of gummed cloth and Mrs. Reynolds drove to Ocala and OCALA, .
long enough to go twice around the are now at home to their friends in
rollers and wind it tightly around this city at the home of Mrs. F. F. J*. L CHACE. D. D. SI
them in the place where the rule Mann, and later they will begin house- -
n keeping. lDNTir.e
comes, first cleaning the rollers where Mrs. Reynolds is a very charming----
the cloth is to adhere. Be sure that young woman, and already has a rum- HoMwi BDas.
the end is well fastened, and let the her of friends here. She is a sister of OCALA, f.q
gum dry a few minutes before start- Mrs. Charles Veal of Martel, with .
ing the press. By doing this the rule whom she resided, and is also a sister L P. GUERRANT.
does not come in contact with the of Mr. W. M. Barco of this city.
composition, and does not take as Mr. Reynolds has made O"ala his VUTRINAYT IU iMOM
much ink or pull the paper as badly. home for some months past, and his -
-J. M. C., in American Printer. friends will be delighted to welcome Oppo to* amer OAe
his young bride. OCALA -
.-, W. y AVIlf
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
An old chair with a small can of L. -----
I wish to thank my many friends & M. Home Finish Varnish Stain. ATTORNEY AT LAW
who have so kindly worked for me in Any old furniture with a small can of
the diamond contest. L. & M. Home Finish Varnish. A
MARY GATES. kitchen floor, porch floor, with a small Gary lek.
can of L. & M. Home Finish Floor OCALA, .
CARD OF THANKS Paint. Old kitchen chairs, benches,
CARD OF THANKS any old s ll higs with a pound or DR. L. LALOCK.
---- two of the L. & M. Home Finish Do-
To the Editor Ocala Banner: mestic Paint. A carriage, a buggy,
Please allow me space to thank my with about a dollar's worth of I.. & DENTIST
M. Home Finish carriage Varnish --
many friends for their support In the T'aini Po-chl Fumriture, lawn swings, Office over Cowmmrelal
diamond ring contest. I assure them iron ri lings, with a small can ofn L. orome2 1.
that their efforts were highly appre- & M. Home Finish Porch Enafel Phome 211.
ciated. MATTIE PYLES. Paint in all colors. An old laky roof' --- -
:cmade tight with a can of Eclipse Roof CHARLES D. HULSERT, .L .
and Bridge Paint. All old things
More and more Ocala is winning a made n,,w with thew little cans of HOMEOPATHIC PHY N
reputation for the number and style L.. & M. Homn Finish Paints. Cost isHOMEOPATHIC PHYCA
of its automobiles. Wednesday there, trifling. Be sure to get them from RiGON
arrived four new Maxwells. sold by MclIver & .acKay. Agenst. Ocala, jI RGFON
Fla. (5)1 -
Messrs. R. E. Yonge & Son to Mr. H. offlee: Scond floor NM& C he
C. Jones, Mr. Bradford Webb. Mr. Rol- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT bliss Bank Buildng. Ocl
le iKeating and Mr. Emmett Robinson, O .

This is a very handsome and servieea-
ble run about and is becoming \ery
popular in Ocala. Nearly every oth-
'r citizen in the city now has an au-

Monday was a busy day in the cir-
cuit court room. There were three
trials andl three convictions. Nolle
Slaughter. a white man. wvas tried for

t imported irom .lapan especially for ana also paid a beautiful eulogy to tomobile of some description, and iorgery and convicted. The young
the occasion. Most pleasing of all the late George T. Angell of Boston, thf.re are few in 'he city that are not man's father, who lives in Georgia.
was the marked hospitality and friend- founder of the Band of Mercy in this handsome. was by his sile durit)g the trial. He-
diness extended to visitors. A few country, and whose long life of con- --- dlid all in his power to save his son,
minutes showed them they were wel-isecration and usefulness was brought A negro boy. a member of the Tarn-, but failed. and his gray hairs are how-
-ome. and they adapted themselves to a close last March. pa excursion. rented a bicycle from. ed down in sorrow, and such a sorrow
o the occasion, and thoroughly en- After his remarks. Mr. Bittinger pre- Mr. Ben Condon Monday afternoon, as will follow him to his grave. Why
joyed being the guests of such a peo- -sented Band of Mercy badges to sev- and in turning the corner suddenly do not young men consider these
Spie. eral children. who were to have re- near the Court Pharmacy the wheels things before taking these fatal steps?
!ceived them last year. and he said he slipped from under him. and he was; Will'Murray. colored, was convicted
Mr. Herbet W. Jones returned home 'hoped that some good woman would hurled violently to fhe ground, strik- -if breaking and entering.-
Sunday from Jacksonville. He accom-. arise to take Miss Tatham's place in I ing his head on the pavement. He wasi Luke Cruel of Oak. colored, was
paneled his mother and his cousin. Miss this work. picked up unconscious and carriedI tried for running a blind tiger. He
Whitney, to that city. They have This beautiful service was brought into the pharmacy and recovered in was convicted.
m the eat swi nAmthae in Akal I - .. . . . .- -.

, Telepnone9: Oime. 154; rtida-a 4i
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. a.; I 4
m.: 7-3o to 8.30 k m.

But if you are loktar for the
section In which to I Marion oenmty. Florida. wb -
can be bought at from SJ2 0to
per acre, according .a h Mag
improvements. On these a*-f
raise from two to four erop pa r
and hence do not bave to 5i
winter all that we ear lay up 8 A
,f you are skeptleal. vb ItheI
ion County FPar. Deeper
and 18. 1901. and se f or
tor fur.D r parthWlW m SS
P. W. DITTO RasI tat


Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow gave a
delightful little afternoon tea Satur-
day at Woodmar, entertaining Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Burford and their house-
party of jolly young people.
Before the tea the entire party en-
joyed a swim in the lake, which is one
of the loveliest bodies of water in the
state for bathing purposes.
The party all assembled at Blair Vil-
la just at sunset and the view from
the Woodrow pavillion was lovely be-
yond description.
Mrs. Woodrow served. tea, zand-
wiches, cheese straws and cake, and
after the tea the party went for a boat
ride in Mr. Meffert's launch


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New York regiment; A. B. Parks, be-. Those at the tea were Mr. and Mrs.
longing to a Loulsiant regiment. Burford, Ensign Burford, Messrs. Clar-
Mr. Hat Barnett of Early Bird is ence Meffert, Carlisle Izlar, Frank
commander of the Ocala post, but was Harris, Jr., Wiley and Sam Burford,
prevented from being present on ac- Misses Mary Burford, Alice Bullock,
count of sickness. Adjutant Bumby Sara bavis, Jean Austin, Annie Blair
of Daisy acted in his stead. Woodro an Ao,, ,f^h. 11

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o Mr. Pmf Harrims, Jr.,

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e-eg urn as .ewaely

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Te two at a table puttnlag
Stagther th~te quickest
me O Mafter an Iemr of this
m -gas ms were comateL
P wr e aO wver handled
6000 # the be"s sad a very
1110 -i ahe ts girls.
we wA by Mr. James Toy-
Sm fhmalde emabason.
3mul mWas peteoed a red

of we eg was a very

__ a -a Mrs Harris,
b NIUn m qt sa" Mrs.
nm bee iaatm, cake saN
md rmdy from a table ain
d nwm. The1 table was cov-
i a hImmasme OCmy lace ta-
S i ad to the emaster was a
Imme of rolleleamders placed on
ut glaum and silver com-
wMc aMth ..e, Saished the
of the table.
th evelef KMiss Bullock
enI ad Mira omn

g lpl deas alms, r di also
ofthe ther meros
Amear the tevely pnmg guest

Oe. m uoi was met beco.

0s pamIe' and Assign Bur
Oba b M61= brother. was most
o h isl immmer.
SpeMWOp W6se enjoyed the
OtS M. MHarris were the
: N g sad Miss Burford,
AM mmm. MKr.- iak Harris,
tm Olew Westae. heor
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g M&Wgese Ander-
1 h Newem. Adele Bittls-
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A beautiful party falBowe the an-
me-se1t of the egagament of
Mir- Jeaslelu Martin to Mr. William
WUils was the mlacellaneous shower
given her Tuesday afternoon by her
cousin, Miss Irma Blake, who is to be
her maid of honor at her marriage
next Wednesday.
The Blake home was beautifully
decorated throughout with quantities
of red and white hearts of every imag-
inable size and roses of red and white
oleanders added to the pretty effect of
the color note.
Miss Josie Williams was chosen to
meet the guests at the front gate, and
on the lawn punch was served by Miss
Gladys Martin and Miss Mary San-
ders. At the front door and on the
porch Mrs. A. E. Gerig and Mrs. E. T.
Helvenston greeted the callers, and in
the hall Mrs. Blake and Mrs. Martin
received. Mrs. John Taylor introduc-
ed the guests to the receiving line,
which included Miss Blake, Miss Mar-
tin, Miss Mary Kate Samford of Ope-
lika, Alabama, Miss Eugenia Burles.,n
of Citra and Mrs. W. B. Dormany of
Plant City. They received in the par-
lor, and while the guests were assem-
bling Miss Nellie Gottlieb and Miss
Annie Laurie Perry played a number
of piano solos. Mrs. E. L. Carney and
Mrs. H. H. Lapham also assisted the
young hostess in different ways. Be-
fore the shower Mrs. Lapham sang
two very pretty song", which were
particularly suited to the approaching
nuptial event. They were "Tell Me
again, Sweetheart," and "Billy," the
nick-name of Miss Martin's fiance.
Mrs. John Taylor also sang two
very beautiful songs.
There was quite a "patter" of con-
versation for a short time, followed
by one of the most delightful and en-
joyable "showers" imaginable. The
shower lasted only for a brief time,
but was a tremendous "downpour"
while It did last. Miss Martin sat un-
der a huge wedding bell of red and
white, and when she pulled its clapper
the gifts fell in a perfect shower at
her feet. Some of the articles, such as
hand-painted plates, fans, silver, alli-
gator leather card cases, and two ex-
quisite hand-embroidered and hand-
made linen waists were displayed on
the table. Linen pieces, handkerchiefs,
Jabots, towels, lingerie, etc., were all
represented in the miscellaneous col-
lection of gifts. They were passed
among the guests and greatly admired
by all. A number of them were ac-
companied by clever rhymes.
After the shower the weather clear-
ed and after having been given their
heart score cards by Master Robert
Blake the guests found their places at

*Mo Ug- h ebla Sara the six tables where the entertaining
SaMd 0"St Nelson of game of heart-dice was played. The
Im Meaomrs. Harry Weston, marking of the six tables spelled the
lft r. James Taylor. Sam word. "hearts." and the spelling of
HMbst Anidersan. Jr., Phil this word with the heart dice proved
Mautm FelXt, Claude R. delightfully entertaining. No prizes
mr. S T*4. Htbbert Weathers were gi-en.
M lver. Jim Rests, William Refreshments were served at the
eor Mnlatosh. Clarence small tables after the game and con-
ml eaies Walters. sisted of iced cantaloupes for the first
course, and for the second apple and
SM OF THE SECOND BRI- nut salad with sliced tomatoes, cheese
SADE straws and bread and butter sandwich-
- W--- )es. With this courses was served iced
Wedu4aday's Daily: tea with lemon and sprigs of mint. and
1 0 paper exteds a very cordial the straws through which it was sip-
to the members of the second ped were tied with red ribbon.
wf i will told their sixteenthi The young hostess and the bride-
o re iam la thi" city today, elect and the other members of the re-i
Wt *remles are sit held for the ceiv!ng line wore very lovely thinI
S of mosrivi n the aalmosities of white summer dresses and looked ex-
- W. 1M simply to rcommnt Its to- ceedingly attractive.
so urdasom a hts sll know This party in Miss Martin's honor
S ft the valor of their sires. was an unusually beautiful one. Her
a-- uem Rtitg these deeds of guest list included Misses Jessielu
M It eay bk far the glory of' Martin. Mary Kate Samford, Eugenia
AD A- m ame. We are now one, Burleson. Adele Bittinger, Grace
M l g -aga oer the glory of one Hatchell. Claudia ,Zemp, leafy Sylves-
# t or Sdw ofy a l. ter. Sarah McCreery, Margaret Wal-
sb S Is sm lam to say that the ters, Annie Laurie Perry, Nellie Gott-
S gMt etted sutherm states lieb. Clara Johnson. Edith McGuire.
P! 0 2 aM at May or more than Anne Mixon. Rhoda Liddon. Gladys
t sje the ightiest army in Martin, Mary Sanders. Lucy Moor-
ft mf b s ever marshaled un- bead. Lucile Moore. Dorothy Lancas-
feSa durttg the last two thous-; ter. Bessie MacKay. Mary Burford.
f t i Sara Davis. Minnie Lee Carlisle, Ev-
i lra uet af the heats that were elyn Pelot. Mesdames W. D. Dormany.
ag l the m forwe, that G. W. Martin. A. E. Gerig, E. T. Hel-
IN V&sA the stars and bars: venston, John Taylor, E. L. Carney. H.
1 M =0s6 areM take from the of H. Lapham. W. T. Gary. M. M. Little
ftl : and Miss Joste Williams.
a 1TC.a. Irtias 14400: At six-thirty o'clock. especially In
-A-- ----. ; 5Eglish, compliment to Mr. Marion Pelot, a
;ft her w signers. 74A"; total graduate from the Ocala High Schooli
4M. 4 : whites from the this term. Miss Blake entertained the!

-m -m M. Negres from the
--L 1m1 : latal whites and ne-
f Wm the r m.. 455.414: grand
of matl ves of the
4-a t-e. 9MU14. Troops from
a estB: New York. 448.850;
| u;.s36. 7 M mlota, 259.-
S S18.1t : I oial tp196.3s;
Nbobmm U SS : total troops,

following young men: Messrs. Phil

Robinson. Robert Anderson. Jr., Her-
bert Martin and Mr. A. E. Gerig. who
spent a few minutes most pleasantly
with Miss Blake's other guests.
-From four to six I'll welcome 'you
As sure as It showers for Jessielu."



sas Itu MWTm w. ass m saw 1mi1 a
.wcgIMT ON. atoW "T 1o6 p.N

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J. D. McDuffy of Ocala, Fla., engig-
ed in truck farming and stock raising,
beginning what is now an enormous
business on three acres, has continu-;
ously added to this until at prseent he
cultivates 640 acres, employing in the
busy season about 110 hands. He is
well known as the watermelon king.
For years he has been the first to
ship a carload of cantaloupes to the
northern markets, receiving in addi-
tion to the regular price of $1200 giv-
en for the first carload shipped to the
northern market. He says there are
many white competitors for this prize,
but he still runs ahead. We are plea6.-
ed to commend his efforts, which have
brought him such signal success in
his line. We commend him as a study
to our young men, though it must be
understood he paid the price in hard
work for his success, which comes in
proportion to the zeal bestowed. The
lesson is, the forces of nature respond
as readily to negro labor as to whit
labor when directed intelligently.-
The Southern Indicator.


Our glorious statesmen at Tallahas-
see refuse to reform the primary
election laws, and they thus give a
blow in the face to Florida and her
children. Well, the mills of God are
still in operation and continue to
grind "exceeding small."-Pensacola
If the primary system is one of the
"mills" referred to it is a fact that it
has ground democracy "exceeding
It has reduced the once powerful
democratic party of this state to a
conglomeration of democrats, republi-
cans, populist sand socialists, com-
parable to nothing on earth except
boarding house hash.
It is high time for the democrats
to call a mass meeting, adopt a plat-
form, cut loose from the primary sys-
tem and once more stand for some-
thing more than an unseemly scram-
ble for office.-Jasper New'.



It is a mistake to allow anyone to
suffer from rheumatism, as the pain
can always be relieved, and in most
cases a cure effected by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. The relief
from pain which it affords is alone
worth many times its cost. It makes
sleep and rest possible. Even in ca-
sos of long standing. this liniment
should be used on account of the re-
lief which it affords. Do not be dis-
couraged until you have given it a
trial. For sale by all druggists. m

On the evening of June 3rd next the
moon will go into -clipse and will be
visible in this part of the country. On
June 17th. shortly before sunset, old
Sol will hide his face for a few sec-
onds. This, too. will be visible. It
is said that the Lr'uar eclipse will be
the same as tha' which saved tht
lives of Columbus and his men on the
isle of Jamaica. They had landed
there and the natives would not give
them anything to eat. and were about
to make them prisoners, when Colum-
bus told them that if they did his God
would show his displeasure by tak-
ing away the light of the moon, and
shortly after when the moon began to
darken the Indian' rushed to theih
storehouses and brought out their
choicest viands.-Monticello News.


The New York World asks Senator
Root to accept the American consum-
er as client in the senate debates. But
how can a great lawyer undo his life's
work while keeping the fees? And
yet the senator, immediately after his
election, revised his former opinion
that state's lines should be wiped out
-is it always the business of a client
that makes the opinions of such a
man? While in the cabinet for the
executive department he would de-
stroy the rights of the state; as soon
as the state employs him he reverses
his position.-Jacksonville Times-


At seven-thirty o'clock Wednesday
morning Miss Lillian Hays Campbell
of this city ana mr. Charles Edward
Foy, Jr., of Port Inglis, were quietly
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. G. H. Harrison and took place
at Grace Episcopal church. The mar-
riage was witnessed only by the
bride's family and by the father and
aunt of the bridegroom, who came in
from Belleview to attend the wedding.
The guests present were Mr. and Mrs.
C. L. Bittinger and Mrs. Eugene Blain.
Miss Campbell was attended by her
sister, Miss Lyle Campbell and Mr.
Claude Campbell was Mr. Foy's best
man. The bride wore a lovely gray
coat suit with hat, veil gloves and
shoes to match, and with this suit she
wore a beautiful white lingerie hand-
made waist, and was a charming look-
ing bride.
The wedding of this young couple
came as a distinct surprise, as they
had kept it a profound secret, and
very few knew of it until after the
ceremony was over. They had planned
to have a large wedding. but owing to
the sudden death of the bride's broth-
er, Mr. James Campbell. a few weeks
ago, the marriage was very quietly
The bride is the oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Campbell of
this city, and has made her home here
for some years. To her friends she
was known as Miss Hazel Campbell,
and is a beautiful and charming girl.
Her Ocala friends regret that her mar-
riage takes her away from Ocala to
make her future home.
Mr. Foy is a son of Mr. Charles E.
Foy, more familiarly known by his
nom de plume, Charles O'Malley Foy.
who is a frequent contributor of poe-
try to this paper. The Foy family liv-
ed in Ocala several years ag,, and Mr.
Charles Foy,Jr., made many pleasant
friends and acquaintances here. who
wish for him and Mrs. Foy a very hap-
py future.
Mr. Foy's wedding gift to his bride
was a very beautiful necklace and a
handsome piano.
Mr. and Mrs. Foy left on the early
morning train for Port Inglis. where
for the present they will reside. La-
ter on they will join Mr. Charles
O'Malley Foy at Belleview. and will
make their home at that place.
The Ocala Banner offers sincere
congratulations and good wishes.


From Thursday's Daily:
The visitors from Orlando and the
Ocala baseball team played big league
ball yesterday, and the Orlando boys
won by a score of one to nothing.
Both teams played good ball, but
the Orlando team put up the best
game in the field, the only error by
the visitors not counting in the score.
Ocala was not so fortunate, the only
run of the game being made on one
of the. three errors of the home boys.
It was a pitcher's battle, in which
score was more successful in keep-
ing the hits scattered. Harris allowed
only four hits, but a two-bagger and
a single in the fifth inning, followed
by Jewett's error, let in the winning
run. The pitchers did not hit 'a man,
and Harris gave only one base on
The visiting team is composed of
home boys, like our own, and it has
never been Ocala's pleasure to enter-

tain a more gentlemanly set of'
young men. The conduct on the field.
was all that could be asked, and it is
this feature which helps the patron-
age of the national game.

There will be anoth,
tween the same teams
morrow, and it .is hoped
boys will be able to tak

er game be-
today and to-
that the home
e the next two

Ocala AB RH PO A E
Izlar,lf .... ... ... 4 0 2 0 0 0
Jewett, ss.. .. .. ..4 0 0 2 1 1
Harris .. ........ 4 0 3 2 5 1
Morris. rf.... .... 4 0 0 1 0 0
Dye. 2b.. ....... 3 00 1 2 0
Mclver, 3b.. .. .....4 0 2 1 2 1
Galloway, cf.. .. ..3 0 1 0 0 0
Bennett, lb.. ... ..3 0 0 8 0 0
Bullock, c.........3 0 1 9 3 0
Totals.. .. ......36 0 9 24 15 3
Orlando.. ....... AB R H PO A E
Limerick, 3b.. .....4 0 0 1 1 0
Tilden. cf ... ..... 3 0 0 0 0 0
Pounr. 2b.. .. .....3 0 0 6 3 0
Barnett. ss.. ......3 1 1 0 3 0
Gore, p.... .......3 0 2 4 2 0
Lee. rf.. .. ....... .3 0 0 0 0 0
Kissam, If ...... ..3 0 0 2 0 0
Story, c .. ........3 0 1 3 4 0
Bennett. b..1b... .2 0 011 2 1
Totals. .. .......27 1 4 27 15 1
Summary: Two-base hit Barnett,
sacrifice hit Dye, Stolen bases, Izlar.
Harris, Tilden. Lee. Gore. Story, left
on bases, Ocala5, Orlando 3. Base on
balls, by Harrisl. Struck out. by Har-
ris 7 by Gore 5. Times of game 1:15.
Umpire, Mr. Engesser.




To be Given Away to the Ladies of Morion Coety

By the Business Houses of Ocala



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. E ich o' the firms mentioned
below will issue VOTING COUPONS to their ,atroni 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.

Goods. '1 uce.


KNIGHT & LANG. Buggies. Wag-
ons, Harness, etc.
YONGE & SON, Plumbers and Tin-
A. E. BURNETT, Jewelry.

OCALA NEWS iCO.. St.ai.'ion- r A

Johnston. Manager.

0. K. GROCERRT. Staple aud FAn ,

and Publishers.


Anyone living within the lines above named in M.arion
County is eligible to entry, except that the firms above
mentioned have the right to eliminate anyone who, in their
opinion, may be undesirable as a contestant.
No attache of any business house represented may be a
candidate, nor any immediate relative.
Any differences arising during the contest are to be
referred to the above named firms for adjustment, who alone
are to render decisions.
Should any candidate desire to withdraw from the
contest the votes cast for such candidate will he thrown
out and not counted for any other candidate.
All nominations made by mail should be made to

Contest Dep't, Ocala Banner, Ocala, Fla.



Count Ten Votes for



This Coupon Not Good After June 15tb, 1609


All t-at kept Solomon. the wisest
man th? world has ever known, from
saying that a local newspaper is the
best enterprise ever known of for the
building of a town, was that the
printing press had not been invented
or even thought of during his life
time, and all that kept George Wash-
whom it is said never told a lie, that
Solomon never said it.-Laurel Hill

Jeff Davis Wetherbee, 13 years of
age, who says his home is in Ocala, is
in this city at the Central City Mis-
sion, where he applied for help in lo-
cating his relatives in this city. He
stated to Rev. R. J. Bateman, who is
in charge of the mission, that his
brother-in-law, Walter Wells, had
worked for the Seaboard Air Line
Railway Company, being employed at
the shops west of the city, but that all
his efforts to find him were unsuc-
The boy is anxious to find his rela-
tives. Rev. Mr. Bateman has taken
up the work, but asks anyone who can
aid him to send information to the
Central Mission. This is only one of
many cases of the kind taken up by
this institution, and Rev. Mr. Bateman
is sure he can find the boy's people
if they still reside here.-Jacksonville

Of Application for Tax Deed UnJer
Section 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws
of Floriaa
Notice is hereby given that C. D.
Shultz, purchaser of tax certificate No.
761. dated the 6th day of June, A. D.
1904, has filed said certificate in my
office, and has made application for
tax deed to issue in accordance with
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated
In Marion county, Florida. to-wit:

Notice is hereby given that unid. r
and by virtue of a certain det.r,- en
tered in a certain cause, to-wit: u
san A. Hunter, with the joinde.r of hb.r
husband and next friend. J. It Hun
ter. complainants., versus .An elina a
Caldwell et al, defendants, for parti
tion of certain real estate in \:arirr
county. Florida. wh-rein thl- in.l-r
signed commissioners %ore aixa itt-,
to execute said decree. w- will. on ith.
Fifth Day of July, A. D. 1909.
(luring the legal hours of sale'. a' thi.
south door of the court ho Ocala. Marion county. Florida. offe--
and expose for sale. for cash. the- fol
lowing described property. to-w t
The west half of the s.utrbw,%'-
quarter of section twenty-nine. town
ship fourteen, range twenty-two. con
training eighty acres: also the easr
half of the northeast quarter of see
tion eighteen, township sixteen, range*
twenty-two, containing eighty acres:
also southwest quarter of sout beas
quarter of section nine. township If
teen, range twenty-three. containatg
forty acres; and the northwest quar
ter of the southwest quarter of seo
tion ten. township fifteen, range twoo
ty-three. containing forty acres
Said property to be sold under and
by virtue of a decree of partition en
tered in said cause.
6-4 Commissioners

Under and by virtue of an .-eceu-
tion Issued out of and under the seal
of the circuit court in and for Marton
county. Florida. In a matter whervia
Abner R. Toph is plaintiff and Paul C
Davis is defendant. I have levied upe
and will. on
Monday, July 5th, A. 0. 1 ,
the same being a legal sale day. *ll
to the highest and best bidder. fr
cash. during the legal hours of sale
in front of the west door of the reort
house in the city of Ocala. Florlae
the following real estate, and deertb
ed as follows, to-wit: East half of the
lot beginning at northwest corner of
block nine of Caldwell's additklo In
Ocala. Marion county. Florida. per
plat recorded in Deed Book '"K.'" '

the invitations read, but so pleasant ___


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- vuJUK 44, NUMBER 49




wot4u of the war, but were rather and their respective staffs, together th -nss of death upon many haced
lor th purpose of recounting the bet- with all past major generals, and bri- fiughtbattleelds, baptizing them with
i*-r aidv of the war, and giving the gadier generals to attend and partici- fltihi"i blotod.l who often with not a
pate in the reunion, the program fo'r
c.,rr.t- status os w announced in part, subject chage if apparel, upon half or no
*t ruggI. to our descendants. That the to modification. On May 18th. 1909. II ratiols, m-ln forced marches to obtain
tor. 1of a handful of soldiers keeping issu d general orders No. 5. announe- ading enemyt, who m ade these sac-
at tIa for more than four years an ing more fully the program for the e- itces for the right of self-govern-
army that numbered from first to last union, and announced the appoint- meant. A part of our remaining life
ment of Miss Matilda Pasteur of Stan- work is to see that these sons through
mearl. three milloo armed men was ton. Fla.. as brigade sponsor, and Miss work is to see that these sons through
worth- to be ranked with the most Sue Anderson. of Ocala, Fla.. as her organizations perpetuate the principles
mswoelrtu.l achievements in the an- maid of honor. Miss Florence Walters. for which we fought In the sixties, and
nal 9f w'ar. No army in two thous- of Ocala. Fla.. as sponsor for Dickison preserve the memory of usafter we
a f ar. o army two thous- and Miss Grae have all passed to the world beyond.
ad .-.sr had confronted such a tre- Hatchell of Ocala, Fla., as her maid of growingmradess. As numbers are rapidly
nwadort thost.- honor, and Miss Mary Elizabeth Bur- growing less. As one by one of us
Ne.- ~m the program came the in- ford, of Ocala, Pla., as sponsor for pass to the spirit land, no recruit can
treduwetnm of the lovely sponsors and Marion Camp No. 56. U. C. V.. all of evening of life. while lingering on the
whom will duly be presented to you.evni of life, while lingering on the
maidt 4 honor for the re-union, Gen. whom will duly be present 1909 I mailed a opy ofu. shores of time. let us at our reunions
rmg itrtroducng the brigade sponsor special rates secured for the reunion hold swett fellowship with each other
sad maid of honor, Miss Matilda Pas- June 2nd and 3rd. 1909. for round trip by rehearsing the past, enjoying the
ter of Stanton and Miss Sue M. An- tickets to and from Ocala, over the At- pturesent anti contemplate a happy fu-
ers. lie gave a brief sketch of the -lantic Coast Line railway. Georgia. tur atl n the a t em death.
Florida & Alabama railroad. Louis- i- to ov.rome, may each of us be-
Mcew'tors of these two attractive ville & Nashville railroad and thte catset f I !il spent lives. be prepared
yeumg girls, who were noted in the Seaboard Air Line railroad, to the sev- to pass through the dark "alley and
annals of the Confederacy. eral camps of the brigade, and had it shadow of seath fearing no evicl.san
.et, Miss Forn Walters and published in a number of newspapers. find beautiful seats awaiting us close
Next. Miss PForence Walters and pub o tr by the river of life proceeding 'from
tcI trust that no hitch has given trouble by the river of life proceeding from
Miss race Hatchell the sponsor and in securing the benefits of those rate thet throne of God and the Lamb" and
maid of bonor for tme Dickison Chap- There has been no official rtatter suI there rest under the shade of the trees
te.r. 'Daughters of tle Confederacy, mitted to me during the year b:- ai wtvh(ose leavets are for the healing of
were introduced by Mr. L. W. Duval of the camps for my decision. tthv llns. and where we can realize
In a most chaste and eloquent address. A number of camps from a dc.pl- I.
tion of their numbers, by death. re-Iung
In doitg this he acted for Major IzIar, morals and striking from the roll ,17 'htey."nd the sunset's radiant glow.
wh.. was. ill. and paid a splendid trib- membership. have become so weak a lThee is a brighter world I know ;
ute to the major's civic and military to make it difficult to secure a qrum the sunset I ma send
life' He drew a vivid picture of the at their regular meetings. This is ihtful days that never end.
returning j be deplored. I recommend that adju- R ctftl submitted.
tmfederate soldier returningto his use wholesome discretion and H. V. Long. (Gen. 'om. Brig.
rtk and and desolate home, and paid persuasive measures and the camps At the conclusion of Gen. Long's
a itch e.ncomium to the women and degree of leniency before they strike address he called for speeches or re-
Imaughter- of the Confederacy. He from the roll. Marion Camp No. it;. Iarks from any veteran or other vis-
mf nk,4d that Miss Walters aand -R. E ee Camp No. ;,K and P rhapslitor who felt so disposed, and Mr. A.
is Hateil are both daughter others, have procured suitable bla ki- H. Bateman of the George T. Vard
Mt Hatchellm are both daughers of bV ks in which a concise biographii':ilI
tonfederate soldiers, and that the sketch of the war history of .a.h camlp at \ illiston arose and made a
father of Miss Walters had list his member is being entered. If all ith, very fervid off-hand speech. He said
e.e4ight at the first battle of Manas- members would furnish this data it that he had enlisted for the Indian
----. -_ .---....-- ------. ,^. would give history that otherwise cou'. war within a few feet of where he
mi hm n on IthnafwfeofweeeI

*as. and ms e ver since- iut ua. r.-. .t be' secured. 1 recommend this
Imprisoned In total darkness, matte r teo the several camps of the bri-
Poliowlng Mr lDuval Rev. Charles gade. and commend it for their fa,-
* t'arroll introduced the Marion orable consideration.
S'amp sponsor and bher maid of honor. That grand 'ld veteran who has pass-
Sp onMor av dh Brafo noed his four score years. Lieut. Col. W
Mtis Mary. Elizaltth Burford and L. Ditto. who accepted the office of
Miss Jean Austin. both of whom are adjutant general and chief of staff.
wrnadnurlshers of prominent Confed- through the growing infirmities of ago.

o-rule veterans. both of whom have,
mswr time amo. answered to the last
roll call
Mr Carroll i!- a tmasgnifice n and
viagu etic oramor. and on this tweasiotn
sl|oke stih trest fluien-y and fervor
Cof th achtI-*.mnieits of s uthern arms
audl rarrl- has wounanhood ever ire-
v.4'id a nxor glorious compliment
that fe-ll like pearls trom his lips. One
maletimet of beauty followed another.
*ecb rivaling the other. and his round-
ed periods evoked enthusiastic and
timuttuus ap|tAu.e
The sp sors and maidz. all ex-
qu*tte'ly gowned in pretty frocks and
wwyftag lovty hats. bedecked with
*fem Weped mets on the ros-
itrm. gd whri Introdueed to the Vet.


was standing, under the leadership of
Col. Samuel St. George Rogers. IHav-
ing rid the state of the Indians. four
years later-1861-he again enlisted
under the leadership of Col. Rogers
and marched immediately to Virginia,
and was in every important battle in

and other causes found it necessary t,, the theatre of war waged in the 'Old
change his residence from Ocala !o Dominion."
Jacksonville, at a time when the offi-
cial duties of that office were mno-;t Comrade Bateman's speech was ,is-
needed, and Major E. 1 tarney. who tened to attentively and he was vig-
is assistant adjutant. efficient and act- orously applauded. His speech con-
iv.. just ai that time was as tax ctol- eluded the exercises of the morning.
Itctor engaged with the delinquent tax
list -of the county. which rt-quire-d all
of his time, threw all the clerical wAi'r DEAFNESS CARMT BE CURED
of that office upon me, which I hav1 By local applications, as they cannot
dof tht offie best ofn me. ability, andt reach the diseased portion of the ear.
the nt'glct ofe my personal inte rests. There is only one way to cure deaf-
I had fondly holed that the several ness. and that is by constitutional
I.djutants of thie camps would havt remedies. Deafness is caused lv all
tilled out the several blanks furnish. inflamet Euondition of the mucols lin-
them so as to have enabled me to mak, ing of the Eustacbian tube. When
aitm seized analysis ve ena the m re this tube is inflamed you have a rumb-
a itemized analysis of the increase
and decrease- tf the veterans compris- ling sound or imperfect hearing, and
ndg theae 'alts of the etanbrigade, when it is entirely closed. Deafness is
ing the several camps of the brigade the result, and unless the Inflamma-
I regret that this was not done. I am tion can b taken out and this tube
pleased to place upon the roll of honor restored to its normal condition, hear-
the adjutants of J. J. Dickison Camp ing will be destroyed forever. Nine
x-.s 11- andi C



kre a Knowing People


UNinU SC OND anuual dues. I trust that they will
UNION SECON yet come in time so as to enable their
delegates to participate in our re-

A IVISION U C V I commend to you my comrades the
active and efficient work that has been
done and is still being done by the!
us down to this the 16th annual meet- Vnited Daughters of the Confederary
Ing of our brigade, in their efforts to procure, preserve
I extend to each of you fraternal and maintain a true history of the I
greetings. Tu .Lie veterans who are heroism, valor and the sacrifices of the
not duly constituted delegates, in be- Confederate soldier, and their efforts
half of the brigade I bid you a heart- to alleviate his sorrows, and to aid !n
felt welcome to be with us in our de- supplying the necesities of the needy,
liberations, and to feel free to partic- infirm, and in smoothing his pathway
ipate in the same, except in voting. All with f hewr by strewing it with beau-
veterans in good standing in their re- tful flowers of kindness. Let us as
spective camps under the provisions members of this brigade as a token of
of our constitution are accorded that our appreciation of their loyalty and
privilege. I wl briefly submit to you devotion to us in the past, and at this
a report of my official acts since as- tm- on hartly the movement o
suming command of the brigade. On erect a great monument to their mem-
Oct. 2th. 1908, I ssued general orders ory by contributing of our substance T
ot. 26th 190 assuming command issued general orders according to our ability aid in its ac-1
gade, and announced W. L. Ditto, of complishment.
Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V., as ad- I also recommend that you throw tha
jutant general and chief of staff Ocala. the full force of your influence in sus-
Jutast general and chief of staff, Ocala. taking and building up the organiza- t
Florida. On January 1, 1909, I issued training of th So and building up the organiza-
general orders No. 2 announcing my tion of the Sons of the Confederacy
staff officers and aids de camp. On in in argettaning up orga such and in aids where
February 2nd, 1909, I issued general none exists. Our constitution pro-
orders No. 3, urging the adjutants of nonide for it. TheO ur constalwart sutions areo-
the several camps of the brigade to fill vide for i Ths stalwart sons are to-
out the several blanks enclosed with the hope of the future of our historic
u touthland. They are now in the main
it, and mail same to Lieut. Col. W. L. iouthlae. iiey rs f our f air land. WeU
Ditto, adjutant general and chief of ti f"oi their ranks senators, l con-d e
staff. Ocala. Fla.. together with fi .ators,
cents per capital for each m ml :en. governors. legislators judges
required by st-ction l, iritie 7 f In the busy push
oturi c'lns' itition. which I r.,r t t l. V i -vnt the m k-
has n*,>t b.''.n done )r-imptlvy % byi l a umulatin
of the adjutants ..f the s.ve.V.ai .-,, rtu, I a i d i gr( ing sell- a
s,. .f ,t wjlant f lav. t i, rai .. I, ;zt ., dlriift frnr the' inalienable are
to th. present time. i' *.ft tn. Ie,,i,- of thet states guar-
tin April 4th. l 194 I i.s,,.d *,, n,..f..i h tnndeam mental !aw 4 of tho
orders No. 4. announcing thaatt 1 1 : 'n thf ilv-s in all mat- Sp
annual meeting and iretinioon tf, th. l u a-nd- to tanl government,
1 .'*'ond Brigade. Florida Divi.- kl, 1-. *" '
('. V.. would be held at Ocala, F;; .., rt i institutional
Wednesday and Thursday. Jun k-2nI' :1 ': f -t" ,ple, and drifting into
and .rd. 1909. inviting all confe.! .rat : -!n -i:, rvhial form of government, let
\Vt..rans. Daughters of the mCnf,.',- ""' :,-:.s r'S t' rget that they are th, u .
at. Sons of V.terans. the majtr en- v;li;nt -soldiers who as vet-. u
acy, Sons 4ef N-terans. thi majeci gonl- i ir country's call left the
'ral ,commanding the division, br- call left the
adier generals commanding brigades ,nef 'im ts of their happy homes thi.
srl'uueeu ner us~tsan tei


are fast colors too.


Ask the People- -Satisfied Customers They

Will Direct You To The


Marcus Frank, Prop,

O la, Florida

BUSINESS MEETING OF THE VET- WHERE WE FALL DOWN on account of the condition of the
ERANS F ---- One large dealer said: 'You Vi
Former Floridian Learns Why Pro- people should learn (allfomaT
The Confederate Veterans held a ducts Don't Always Bring of packlngyould cannot get llthe
business meeting at the court house Top Prices trade to put such fruit as that
yesterday afternoon at three o'clock. W. P. Powell, former editor of the their table.' He pointed to a hbo @
It was ascertained that six of the ten St. Petersburg Independent, who re-,oranges that looked like calls.
camps of the division were represent- cently left here for California, where : "Tomatoes are coming thruo
ed. The names of the delegates were he will make his future home, stopped fine shape in baskets. They are m
handed to the secretaries. Colonel J. long enough on his way to St. Louis ing a ready market at top prfes
"Cabbage is moving in carload
H. Livingston and Capt. E. L. Carney. to visit several commission houses briskly, quality fine inel di M
The different members of tffe staff there and investigate some matters 1 .'saw a carload of Sanford m
made either oral or written reports that ought to be of particular interest that was fit to be buried. The dsi
and a number of committees were ap- to the fruit and vegetable shippers of said that e would not real
pointed to attend to the necessary to the fruit and vegetable shippers of said that be would not real
business appertaining to the brigade. Florida. In a communication which .n the car to pay freight char W T
draftingresolutions of thanks, etc. appeared in th Tampa Tribune, r. stuff was so rotten that it was
Drafting p.Powell says: ping. Why could not celery be WN
Brigadier General Long was recom- Powell says: pg
mended for re-election. "I have spent two mornings in the ped and packed in dozen case?
This oring at 8 o'clock an commission house district and inter- "Radishes coming in, packed in l
mobile drive will be the principal tea- viewing venders of fruit at their rtls with ice, was a n*w one on *a
ture of the re-union and at as near 12 stands. I have learned a nwnmber of "Florida must wake up to Its
ture of the re-uion and at as near 12ng. It must sip leaer fruit
o'clock as possible the veterans will things: g. It must sip cleaner fruit.
be given a dinner by Dickain Chap- "'First-Florida grapefruit is super- o-ry orange from California is as r
ter, Daughters of the Confederacy. in ior to California grapefruit. It has as a new dollar. It looW~ptter tf
the Gary grove, which we can promise the call, notwithstanding the Califor. it tastes. Florida fruit tastes tt
in advance will be an elegant affair. nia truit is brighter, cleaner, is wrap- than it looks. Most fruit I %toug 4
After the conclusion of the dinner p"1 land labeled, its looks.
brief addresses will be made by the Second-That Florida oranges Il'so ,he ven'tilr.ed lImx crowd tb

visiting, comrades. would b- pr-ferrvit if they had a more
marketable appearance.
The luscious Florida watermelon is "'California fruit comos in ve.ntilat-
in full swing in the northern markets ed boxes: Florida in closed boxes.
just now. and is bringing prices at re- California boxes -ome witb op lid
tail that ought to bring joy to the bellied; Florida with a fiat top. Call-
planter and shipper. if the middlemen fornia boxes are full: Florida the fruit
give them a fair show. We have an I rattles. California fruit is all well
idea that this is another branch in I wrapped. the boxes are stamped on
which organized and systemmatized both ends. top and sides: Florida or-
marketing would be profitable.-Tam- anges are stamped with a rubber
pa Times. stamp on one end, if stamped at all.
11 have been unable to find a stamp on

boxes; ,Ion t be ashamed to advegt-
Florida and its frniit Florida V
and Producep. News x
A late serial from New York
that 'he Kuhn l.sl* ('ompagNy e slB
thirty mil'ons of fir(t mortgae
on the Armour Company. W ahm
proceeds of the.#- bonds are nga M
liquidate the debt of the coImman I
bonds wil be be only debt
its holdings. ahirb are estlal ued
be worth $112,000,0.


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They know how FRANK'S STORE quotes the prices.

he People Know how much it saves everybody who brings

e cash, little or much, to this cut-price store of the people.

The People Know that money saved on all kinds of up-

,date Clothing, Shoes, Notions, Hats and Dry Goods is

Dney Made.

Every effort is made to get the best for the least, and we

sure that when you come in and give our stock a fair in-

'ction you will heartily ageee with us.

Our line of Shoes is satisfaction, service and of full val-

We want your steady patronage and know you will, in

s line, be interested in the saving the prices permit.

Until further notice we will sell all kinds of standard


PtI Thursday's Daily:
7T% dzteth manual reunion of the
m@WNd brigade, Plorida division, U. C.
V, omveed tI Ocala on June 2nd, at
10 a.. at the court house.
WOdu a laige number of veterans
fti the Marion camp there were
Accredited delegates from
-l~ Willistote, Invernesws, Pa-
MLOM. lbasville. Leesburg and oth-
Iis bearing the Confederate flag
aMd the pktwe o the president of
thel *adracy were very much in

.rPrnU" at I o'clock the Veterans,
a ters of the Comfederacy, and
soft a number oat cittns and out of
to visitors assembled at the court
ows. where Brig. Gen. Henry W.
lAm called the brigade to order.
Is the absece of Chaplain Harmon
C. Martn, Rev. C. C. Carroll opened
the wiesion with a very beautiful pray-
Councilman -, W. Duval, in the ab-
pt-ac. of the mayor, represented the
city of Orals in welcoming the veter-
ans to our city. Although his address
ass entirely impromptu it was most
appropriate, and elicited very pro-
moic*d applause.
C.** John M. Martin. who is so
highly esteemed by the Marion Camp.
was unfortunately compelled also to
tb. ahbs t. and Mr. Frank Harris was
comnc-ripted to take his place. He
*Aid that ttheew reunions were held not
for the- jpurpo.e of keeping afresh the


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GONDOLAS FOR SILVER SPRINGS that they should be painted all black,
and thus they have continued ever
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we ought to make the most of what is a broad piece of steel, fastened to
we've got. It seems to us that nature the prow of the gondola; it glitters in
has been good to us and that her gifts the sunlight like one of the famed Ve-
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Proceeding, Major zilar says:
"Doa't tell us about the cottages
that have been bulk for rent or for
dwellings, that have been erected by
our own citizens with capital they al-
ready had, but tell us of some outside
people who have come and bought
lots and built homes for themselves.
Or some outside capital which has
come in and started some new indus-
trial enterprise which promises to
pay dividends and give employment to
people. Tell us of some people and
some capital which have come to us
by reason of our paved streets and
cement sidewalks.'
Well, will Major Izlar cite us to a
slugle residence that has been bulkt
here following the erection of any of
our manufacturing industries? The
residences are here and more are
He says that in the erection of the
ice factory Mr. Benjamin exercised
good judgment, btt this paper asks
if it led directly to the erection of any
residences. It is a matter of record
tt Mr. PeFjamini's residence was
built before hir factory, and he was
established In other lines of business
before the thought occurred to him
of eatablishin it.
Jadge Bullock's residence was built
before be established his telephone
system. Messrs. Meffert and Taylor
built their residences before they es-
tablished their crate factory and ice
plant, and so of all the others in the
Major Islar says further:
"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 trom
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 a' 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?"
We presume that the meaning of
this is that Ocala in its present con.
edition, cannot take care of any more
people, and if you were to bring any
rere here that we could not only not
take care of them but that they would
interfere with the employment of
those already here, and that great dis-
tress and disaster would follow.
The editor of this paper came to
Ocala when it had a population of
oily three hundred, and he heard the
same theory advanced then that Ma-
jor IWlar advances now. If the advice
of those prophets had been adhered
to Ocala would have been full
grown forty years ago. There were
people here then who said that Ocala
had all the lawyers, all the doctors,
all the merchants, all the newspapers,
all the schools, all the churches, and
all the people In the several profes-
sions and occupations that the town
Muld possibly support. If any more
peole came in, the prophets of those
days Said they could not possibly And
say employ met at any gainful oceu-
patiom and would dispossess those al-
ready employed of their places, and
general distress and disaster would

Bat despite these doleful prophecies
the edtor of the Basser saw the sown
grew from three hndred to five hun-a
dred. No oae was thrown out of em-

grown in the southern part of the

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... ,a r v aTbpad IWv am,0 heada They wee handsome, bold-
se a "B i w -b l W air smr dw i.be.is eMtly m n .ed with
S -- a he is the one g women, with large, dark eyes,
papa i 1 a, b~ b usine ss, aad brunettes in complexion. They
tf t-c-t "i-t apga- a-" trib--a-- m grww -da.y brit er. were frequently singing, and the voic-'
mW a n m i e iMm ALooktag over the list of lawyers in es, coming to us over the sparkling;

It ame -e--mmay tcatio, t- Ola, Mar Islat perhaps, would waters, h. a .a ine ou exquisitee mel-
I mmery, mi isattary lomH say that the town has all the lawyers ody; although
-a- -t .... that it can possibly support, but with-
in the moath Mr. Koonce comes to us "In Venice Tasso's echoes are no:
Of course it goes without saying from autew lle, and is by no mesa more,
tha a mf h mma with the projects that And silent rows the songless gondo-
a n ea ae are ekewte with theprospects lier.
as!m,-- ch"ure aa conreges.w egte him. I Her palaces are crumbling on the
Sw 1Icoleges Towns and cities never get their shore,
The omly disagreement between fall growth. There is always room for And music meets not always now the:
this paper and Major Islar is that he o, a the o p ti be ear;
salms to hold wt e lar that man re andwhethth e populaton be Thosedays are gone-but beauty still i
Sactrg ndurs give birth three hundred, three thousand or is here;
Se birth three hundred thousand they all live States fall, arts fade-but nature doth
populatim, and that these things areon one another, not dies.
not the outgrowth thereof. As towns grow in numbers the in- Nor yet forget that Venice once was
Brick paved streets, cement side- dear.
walks, aqueducts and sewers dustrial life becomes more complex The pleasant place of all festivity.
anohaqui er and sewers 'and some one appears on the scene The revel of the earth. the masque of
good eogh in their way, says Ma- tosupply every needful want. The Italy."
jor Ilar, but they do not enter into progress of a town can of course be
the problem of enticing settlers hee proere.s of a town can of course be "In the golden days of Venice it was
We have done, he says, some brick hindered or speeded by wise or un- the custom to decorate the gondolas
paving and a good deal of wo on in the history of in the most gorgeous manner. To'
dewas, but will the Banner cite here is a t i n such an extent was it carried that en-
Stowns as in the affairs 6f individuals, n
us one or two little "leaps and bounds" tire fortunes were spent to adorn
that real estate or business has ta- "-Which. taken at the flood, leads on them upon the festive occasions, when
ken? I to fortune, the Doge wedded the Adriatic. or
-- (mi ttdi aill th rnvare oftf their life v a dot duwr t tha hridps f V p.int

soft, soothing, salubrious; altitude-
neither too high nor too low-just a
happy mean between the two ex-
tremes; our woods-unsurpassed in
beauty and grandeur. Oaks, magno-
lias, hickories, tall and majestic; they
are, indeed. the monarchs of the for-
Gradually we are aiding nature by
the skillful touches of trained land-
scape gardeners and our lawns and
flower gardens are beginning to at-
tract the attention of our own people
and the stranger within our gates.
But our real attractions are our
lakes, rivers and springs. The Okla-
waha river has no duplicate in all the
world. It is noted for its weird and
picturesque beauty. Lake Weir is a
veritable Lake Como over which poets
and travelers all rave.
But Silver Springs is the crown
jewel of them all. It puts to the
blush all other bodies of water that
has been told to us in either song or
Venice has .some lagoons. When we
say lagoon the unbeautiful at once
occurs to us, but with her lagoons Ve-
nice has made herself conspicuous in
history and famous throughout the
It is not the lagoons that the visit-
ors and poets go into ecstacy over.
but it is the gondolas and gondoliers.
What have we done to add to na-
ture's attractions at Silver Springs?
We have put on a few ordinary flat-
bottomed boats with a one-legged nig-
ger to propel them. That's about all.
All the poets and all the travelers
in Europe tell the same story, and
sing the same song about the gondo-
las of Venice.
Madame Octavia Walton Le Vert,
whose father Walton county. Florida,
was named for. and one of the most
noted of southern female writers, af-
ter her trip to Venice. wrote as fol-
"The gondola! The gondola! Like-
the sweet breath of violets comes to
me, as I write, the remembrance of
the joyous hours spent within the
gondola. It is indeed the perfection
of all locomotion. In it there is de-
lightful repose, mingled with the con-
sciousness of rapid movement. A de-
licious, dreamy feeling falls gently
upon the heart, and disposes the mind
to thoughts of beauty, to thoughts of
love and romance. No longer can we
wonder that all the histories of Ve-
nice are filled with them. or that the
records of deep passion there possess
a spell unknown in colder climes. The
gondolas are long, sharp boats, with
a cabin in the center, painted black.
This contains two or four seats, has
windows with latticed blinds, and a
door which shuts one in as complete-
ly from the passers-by as though with-
in a private room. The seats are
large and softly cushioned, and the
moat luxurious of sensations is ex-

United States. A three-thousanG acre MM-
tract of Florida land has been acquir- These combined forces are equal to
A t ka, .- v....t .m ll h o the entire male rOnlatioa nf *th

tries. The gondoliers, Augustino
told us. prided themselves upon hav-
ing this steel as beautifully polished
as though it were the precious jewel
of a queen. There are usually two
gondoliers, and they stand erect, pro-
pelling the boat by a slight and grace-
ful moveemnt of the body."
Silver Springs can be made as fa-
mous as Venice.


In passing his sentence upon Capt.
Peter C. Hains, Jr., Justice Garretson
gave tersely and convincingly the log-
ic of the whole case against the sinis-
ter hoax known as the "unwritten
law," when Le said:
"The jurors have discredited your
plea of legal irresponsibility, and by
their verdict have shown to you their
utmost consideration which the facts
and the law warranted. With that
verdict the court i not is not disposed to
disagree. The logic of it is that the
killing of William E. Annis by you on
August 15th last was not justified,
and was the act of a man who was
responsible therefore, and yu must re-
ceive the penalty which the law pre-
scribes. That any person may as-
sume to be judge and executioner for
a real or fancied wrong done to him
by another society cannot approve anu
the law does not sanction. Such a
doctrine is abhorrent to all right-
thinking men, and the practice of it
is subversive of modern civilization.
In this case the law of the state has
been vindicated, and the claim to a
right to mete out personal vengeance
nas again been condemned."
The most important factor in a
government is a court of justice.
Without it law would be futile and
the rights of men nullities. Every
time one man shoots down another,
except in instances of self-defense
from impending death from the overt
act of another, the court of justice is
defied and robbed of its function. So-
ciety, which provides the court for
the protection of its members from
every form of oppression or trespass.
is injured. The ideal way for a citi-
zen to proceed is to recognize the
court as his friend and to show socie-
ty the courtesy and even the duty of
taking his grievance into that chan-
nel. The man who, as Hains did.
takes the law into his own hands, who
acts as judge, jury and executioner, is
not only a violator of the law against
murder, but is a sinner against that
great body of society which estab-
lished the court of law for his bene-
fit. And when a jury acquits a pris-
oner under the terms of the so-called
"unwritten law," the world witnesses
the astounding spectacle of an in-
strument of law aplpauding its own
humiliation and contempt.
The "unwritten law" holds that a
man has the right to wreak personal
vengeance. The written law, and
the wholesome spirit of justice, deny
that any individual has that right. A
few more convictions like that of
Hains will bring into increased re-
spect the court of justice as a place
of refuge for persons with a griev-
ance and an instrument to be feared
and esteemed by those who would
usurp its functions in themselves.-
Louisville Courier Journal.

The bureau of plant industry has
investigated the matter and re tched,
the conclusion that camphor can be

Pymweat s e no te suffered in coa- perienced as one throws one's self
Squce. : back upon them, and beholds palaces,
With the same alarming prophecies domes, turrets and islands glide by
sounled t his ears the editor of this as though they, too, were floating up-
paper saw the town grow from five ea the waters It is enrapturIng! like
hundred to Gme th4gad--4d-ll the the joy of a pleasant dream, when we
wle with bettering cnd ttte i -s. meet the dearly-oved and leng-part-
Not InD esp ai boind but the ed- ed, we know not how nor where.
of this paper saw the town grow "We had the same goadola during
fre. one to two thousand still with all our sojourn, and lucky were we
o dastrems res ts. in our gondolier. He was the mest
It grew from two to four, and from pict uresque4ooking and comely gon-
but r ft thummad. which its pres- idoller. they told me, in Venice. with
eat cemss emnmeration shows. his w ivet aa'nars -m1.as .ea

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-o w pared Er wr f a mM
Justice Brewer of the United Sf a O or 1 MIe s mNs m m.
supreme court poiat out that this drtds oa 0ou dUo tee mas '
country is spending the stupendous r farms ad e wor of or
sum of $365.000.000 nnwPui "y for war wo__ l ,md with alarrst)
purposes. This is one million doP- Sh "sh to the action's lfit Ba i t
aIda per day for every day in the year., a ocusphtion th pemt rp'- -e 1 *
including Sundays. It represents 65, orBlessinga and pleafy smiles p'
per cent. of governmental expenses war. Blessings and p a th
Some idea of what this means can sus but re pcrenalry of a iU
gained by speculating on what thiwall of misery ar
sum of money would do for the Amer- there
.icean people. f This was written before the I amle-.1

It would build and furnish 200.000 States ereted its hunger lst for for
inomes superior in every way to toose eign possessions and the aruasy 4s.,
Occupied by 90 per cent. of the inhab-navy their mautintace demands
itants of the United States at this OUR DUSTY STNRIT9
It would enable the government to Bakersfield, Cal.. like Orala. h A
pay $200 per year to every boy and been suffering from dusty st*rets. b'
girl under sixteen years of age. em- unlike Ocala. the citizens, of Bak"r..
played in the sweat shops, cotton field made such a fuss abumI t 'ha:
mills and mines of this country. those in authority heeded ohe-r pr'..
It would build and equip a public ers and protests, got busy anol ii !
library in each state in the union sur-Iof the dust by oiling the sir.'r--
passing in beauty, design and mag- \We copy the following from h. ,i.
nificence the congressional library at' kersfield Echo:
Washington. "The oiling of the r'-- *
It would provide a university of ed- menced yesterday morning atI t r**.'-
ucation for the children of the work- and Twentieth ro Eigh..nth 'r ....
ing class and equip Them mentally for by Street Su lrnli. .ede. Ytnl*. I.
the battle of life. street is in a very du.1st. Mmn.l'v 0f -1
the battle of life. tion, and while the dust has -***.v ii
This sum would provide a home and at nightfall, it wil still re-qui- 1,.
comfort for all men and women over eral application -f oil to p h. .th ....
three score and ten. in good shape.
three score and ten. When D. street it ci6mwIpl*-'-. SIp.-
It w.uld build hospitals for the intendent Yancey will probably m,.
sick and infirm and provide highly Nineteenth street. west to the' howp-ta
skilled physicians and attendants free and then oil Nineteenth strre on.,
its eastern terminus. H. O tlsma'-
of all cost. that 150 barrels of oil will Its r-qu:r
This sum spent annually for tend to each block ordinarily although
years would stamp out the dread dis- streets as dusty as D stre will -*
ease of tuberculosis. quire more.
hIt would build a system of public e oil heating apparams i1 a
It would build a system of public edl at 0 street and the Santa F-'. H
parks from ocean to ocean that would A. Blodgett having six car f rim
make this old land really worth liv-joil on hand at present The. oil i-
ing in heated to a temperatures f .r'-, ..
Yur imagination will readily con-grees before application.
Your iaginaion will readily con- "Although oiling streets make.-
jure up many more directions in them undesirable for travel b* .i-*-
which this sum could be profitably trians. the public will hav'e to p,, 1 ;1
spent in providing for 'the comfort, with the sticky oil and dusjr or. *- A
health and happiness of those whose wee ks whAich is much to I.t .raf,-rr.o!
to having an endless an.,un ,,f .Ilipr
labor creates it.-Appeal to Reason. throughout the summer"
Twenty years ago this paper print- The people of Ocala not onl) s.iff'-
ed from the Military Wachenblatt, discomfort from her dusty stror.. btiu'
the official German military journal: the dust is positively del*.terloua. to
"The Russian forces on the frontier health, and if permitted to go e1
are 315,000 men, with 689 field guns; those in authority will be responsibl-
while Austria-Hungary has 38,000 for the distribution of diseaMe and any
men, with 160 field guns, and Ger- deaths that may follow therefrom
many 98.200 men, with 338 field guns. As a sanitary measure. if nothinit
The garrison of Warsaw contains 20,- more, it is up to thost in aubhoritI to
000 men, 3600 horses and 50 field rid our city of its dust.
guns; the garrison of Konnigen. 7700 It is a crying evil.
men. 1400 horses and 50 field guns,
and the garrison at Breslau, 5000 men, Last Sunday was memorial 4ay.
1160 horses and 32 field guns." and appropriate memorial day ser
But these are only the outposts and vices were held in most of the ehurch-
watchers of the great armies. es in the northern cities. In some of
Russia's entire active army compris- the cities local military couipan -*, -t
es 1,989.49:1 men. 43,140 officers. 318,- tended the services in a body III
serves consist of :,.141.241S rank and New York City. General LeI.nmarot
file, with 518.852 horses and 3986\ Wood, General Hartman. General Hoi
guns. This is a total of 5,232.000, ratio C. King, Senator Charles HIk
men. France can place in the field Max Pam. and other distinlng'.,4 l'-
an active army of 1.935,000 rank and civil and military heroes oc' upie. h
file and 39,527 officers. She has a re pulpits and made suitable memorial a.
serve of 1,412.000 men and 30,970 of- dresses. They spoke on such rhl,.,..,
flecers. Total war force 3.408, 5o0 men, as the following: "Patriotism and KR-
commanded by 75,497 officers, and igion." "Equal Liberty to All. L.[e
having 374,000 horses and 6620 guns. sons From the Life of Lincoln. 'The
Against this possible array of over Man From Illinois," "Follw ing tLB-
8.000,000 armed Russians and French- Flag," etc. In the churches where ?o
men, Germany presents an active ar- memorial services were held the
my of 1. 212,977 rank and file. 35,997 preachers spoke on such themes as
officers, 356,328 horses and 3848 guns. the following: "New DIscoveria
Her present reserves number 703,614 About God and the Deatinles of Mai."
rank and file. 16.203 officers. 40,340 "Roman Catholicism and Republican
horses and 576 guns. Total, 2.023.363 Government," "Calvin and Servetu, ta
rank and file. 50.100 officers. 393.068 the Twentieth Century." "John 'al-
horses and 4424 guns. With the 700.- vin. and What He Would D., in the.
000 additional levies called for by the Twentieth Century." "The Church
bill now pending in tHe Reichstag, the and the Life of Today." "What Must
German imperial army will number, the Church Do?" "Return to God th*'


officers and men, about 2.800,000. with Hope of Men and Nations." "Worship
430,000 horses and over 5000 guns. and Wickedness," "The Godliness of
Austria-Hungary can put into the New York," "Soldiers of the Crome.
field 1,813,000 rank and file, 52,299 of- "Eficient Christianity," "The Kind of
ficers and 1500 guns. Italy can send Christianty That Makes Good." "The
an army of 2,377.380 rank and file. Wild Beast King," "The Climax of
with 27,708 officers, 62,400 horses and Setence, Socialism and Materiaam.m"
780 guns. Russia's and France's fore- Commander Evangeline Booth of the
es united amount to about 9,000,000 Salvation Army spoke of "Omalp-
officers and men, and the other three tence Ungloved." and "A Mm14ght
allies furnish about 7,000,000, with! Tragedy." Sermons, sermons ser
17,000 guns and 1,200,000 horses in monas! What a vast number are
the aggregate. But this is not all. preached every Sunday. Many of
Turkey, Servia, Roumania and Bul- them are printed in the great daily
garia have, together, armies of 1,038,- papers the next day. and nla this way
659 officers and men, 123,725 horses they reach a trewendous.y large co
and 6752 guns. Greece and Montene- gregation. If sermons can make the
gro can furnish 122,000 fighting men. world better, it ought to be very good
So that the European powers show an .,
aggregate roll in their army of over Some of our exchanges say that at
18,000,000 men, with 22.000 pieces of the end of the preset' legislature.
artillery, ready at any moment to Mr. Claude L'Engle will go to CGeor
come together in deadly clash. gia to edit a paper. If CladIe holds
The combined naval forces of Ger- good in a state that has such editors
many. Austria-Hungary and Italy ag. as Pendelton, Gray. Stovall. WastMM.
gregate, in addition, 92,878 men. and etc., he will win national fame.
those of France and Russia, 284,800. -T-
When we consider the whole arms- The Chicago Trbue says I hat
bearing population of these countries, while in a state of abhtractedn'es At
are, to-wit: Germany, Austria-Hua- toney General Wickersham spUit a
gary and Italy. 29,800,000: R a a l nfi native, and thereby argues that the
Europe. 21,900,000. and France. 9,550,- cotry is ik .



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LaI -a-- NORTH H
The case against Albert Smith and .-- The old livery stable between the'
Mr. a Mrs. er E. Rayaor came in isabella Draft for tqe murder of Isaac Quite a number of prominent Ocala'
ow t e to remain un-'Draft, a negro preacher and the bhu- people left early Saturday morning States postoce building is n the pro- Ad
band of IEabella Draft, reached the for the north. They left Ocala on the cess of demolition. the "vi
Um Pauline Peace left Saturday argument of the attorueyi- Chursday early morning A. C. L. train and sail- This building was erected by ney e
a enf m for a viMt with relatives!afteroon- ed from Jacksonville in the afternoon Messrs. Charles T. Gibson and Francis Ander
Sfr at her former home at There were a number ci witees on the Mohawk, of the Clyde Line. D. Pooser not very many years after at he
umk.ter p. on both sides and the case was pros- the civil war, and if it had the power Frida
eeuted and defended with a great deal Mrs. Herbet L. Anderson and Miss of speech could tell a great many sto- Thi
Dr. md Mrs. Eaton G. Under and of vigor. Frances Anderson went to New York ries relating to the growth of our city. well c
cMres of Aathony were visitors to During the morning session a skirt City and after spending a few days After the time of Messrs. Gibson derson
eaa saturday. was exhibited which it was claimed there will go to Troy to see Miss Lil- and Pooser it was managed by Gener-1for th
belonged to the defendant, Isabella .lian Anderson graduate. Later they al Lancaster, and still later by Capt voted

iMr. S. V. Potts of Martel spent the
y t IOeala Saturday with her sister,
Mrs. W. D. Graham.

Mr. I M.I Rayror es me In from his
O aMr latday afteroo
t -rm Ouiay with his children.

Mr. C. T. MDier of Leroy was num-
nmi an our Saturday business

LSTWEN! Whem Y- are at bome
ed u F year et.er. WIhen In town
be i ple beduarters. Hogan's
PlFe0. the whiley m N

Mrs. Marcus Fruak has returned
S home from Savaunah, where she spent
a wee*k with her parents. Mr. an7i Mrs.
WIliam Marcus.

Mr. J L Smoak spent several days
during the past week most delightful-
ly at Homoasaa with Capt. E. B.

Miss May Bigham of Ocala stopped
on..r night in Lakeland Thursday en
rouit. to her home at Eakle Lake,
h,'r- pht" will visit her mother and
~ a- A- I Ina _j

Draft. It had been soaked and sat- I will all go to their summer home in
ratted with blood. Isabella Draft, p
while in the witness chair, claimed l r whre ty will spend se-
that the garden t had been placed un. eral months, and in the fall will go
der her husband's head, and had be- to Jacksonville to reside. Mr. Ander-
come soaked with blood by blood son, who speirt Friday in Starke, join-
lowing from his wounds. ed his wife and daughter in Jackson-
The state's witnesses, three in num- ville and saw them off.
ber, contradicted the statement of Isa- Mrs. Clifton Camp and her guest.
bella, and said that the man's own Miss Frida Kopp. of Switzerland, sail-
nightshirt was placed under his head, ed for New York on the Mohawk, and
and all three of them swore that the from there go to the Adtrondack
shirt had been carefully rolled up and mountains, where they have taken a
placed in the coffin, and was buried house for the summer. Mr. Camp ac-
with the dead man. They named sev- co:"panied them as far as Jackson-
eral other articles that were also plac- illo. and later will go north to join
ed in the coffin and buried with him. heru in the mountains.
This evidence was thought to be so ..I'. < Ethel and Hope Robinson,
material that upon the request of ": '-" ',aching New York will go to
counsel the sheriff and a number of ,OS' 1o to spend several weeks with
his deputies were commissioned by .-!atives. They will also go to Exe-
the court to go by automobile it the r. Mass.. to attend the commence-
place of interment, exhume the body -it of Exeter College, where their
and report their findings to the court. ,r Trh'r. Mr. Ralph Robinson, is a stu-
The sheriff went immediately To the -nr. They will also attend the

place of interment and carried our the ,' w'init'icmenwiw o
instructions of the court, and round ari u.'iiversities.
that nothing had been placed in the
coffin with the dead man but the '!S3 EUGEN!A
clothes he had on his body. UA
8-- "__ /P_ n.".6 .. . ] f.. I '

f Brown and Har-


faninl. for a lrew days.-LiaKtI'liu .1r. _arlos oi'r"riK aif -ti D
S,.Bullock represented the defendants The -adiuating exercises of Agnes
and Mr. E. W. Davis looked after the Scott College at Decatur. Ga., oc-
Plank a (hill Tonic is guaranteed to interests of the state. curr(.1 last Wednesday morning, clos-
.ure chills and fever; 25 cents. x Mr. Sistrunk made a very eloquent :ng :o1- s...cessf-t. -tar in the his-
Mr, I K Kee has the sympathy of oration and spoke for an hour and a 0, 1o f college. Twelve young
h. r many frieda on account of the half and Mr. Bullock made-one' of his ladis received A. B. diplomas at the
d-ath of her father, which occurred very best efforts. He spoke for two exercises.
t his. home in homaville. Ga., a-hours. The weather was very warm Among the number was Miss Eu-
f., da s .o and when these distinguished advo- genia Fuller of this city. who has been
Sacates finished their addresses their imnimensely popular during the years

%Mr- Jake Browe and children leave clothing was saturated through and she has been a student at Agnes
*..,it tatnay for St. lAnts. Mo.. where through with perspiration. Scott. Miss Fuller will be a lovely
t1-. %ll| visit relatives. They will Mr. Bullock did not finish his speech acquisition to the young socief'y set
%tiat i NNebraska and other states, until nearly six o'clock and up n its of this city. She is a granddaughter
a., 111 i be away all summer. conclusion the court took a recess un- of Mrs. W. M. Martin. with whom she
til eight o'clock. rseides.
Mit. Hester Dewey has co@ae to The case has elicited a great deal The graduation exercises were un-
(kural fr .u Jacksonville. where she If interest among the colored race of usually pretty and effective, and
has th~.* attending the Duval High both sexes. and all day long the court brought to a beautiful close the col-
rthool sad is now with her parents room was crowded, even the seats in lege work of the clhss of 1909. A
a ,h. Montesuia Hotel. 'the balcony being all occupied. There large udieuce was present.
'are no windows in the balcony, and no
iWhn t1 Ocil don't llor Hoais power ventilation of any sort, and the occu- Mrs...R. lMoornead of Ocala ar-
Smake it plksant o a you. Hogan. pants fanned and perspirtH for dear rived here last night, and is the guest
a wAit p sa life. but stuck it out through the live- of her sister. Miss Nell Hooper. of
long day. and at night every seat con- South .Jacksonville. Miss Hooper, who
,g... >.llit Stevens. one of the ef- tinued I obe occupied., had' -xpected to go north immediately,
, teaclhers of the Ocala High Promptly at S o'clock the coirt re- i- suffering from the effects of a fall
a-.,lw arritId last night and will convened, and Mr. Davis began his ad- sustained while decorating the hall
, m,.! lm. twine here. the pleasant dress to the jury. He spoke for an for her school commencement. Mrs.
g,,, of h.r brother. Mr. H. C. Ste- hour with great earnestness, and when Moorhead will take her home with
, ,, and family Lakelatid News. necessary to do so called a spade a her to Ocala. so that she may recuper-
spade. Hlie drew a very vivid picture ate before going north.-Jacksonville
Th- ,a.n-" of the Variety Store has of the husband returning to his home' Metr,,p)olis. Mrs. Moorhead and Miss
tw,... 4-hanged to Frank's by its bust- and suddenly being assaulted on the Hooper came home Saturday after-
1mI asad progressive young proprie- highway far from any human habita-! noou, and later on Miss Hooper will
o.r Mr Marcus Frank. who is con- tion, and being killed with his own go north for the summer. Her friends
stantly improviag his store and add- gun. furnished to the woman's iara- hope she will soon be entirely recov-
n to itt pleadedd t ock of goods. miour by the woman herself. -red.
T -PA- Mr. Davis made a strong. forceful:
TRa APSa NOTICWE-11X4 inch r Dai ma Mr. and Mrs Charles S. Cullen and
r .. % s at this oice. 10e. each. and impressive speech. ...hibiren and Mrs. Cullen s sister. Miss
o t a down Apply Ocala Banner After the conclusion of Mr. Davis rin Pasur. ulleft on a 's ister. iss
St. speech. Judge Bultock gave his charge
oTand Tarboro. N. (.. where Miss Pasteur
wh, have king their home uI plicit and entirely impartial, leaning;d -ad .he wo little Cullen girls will
w bevetaking neither to the one side nor to the oth- qlpend the summer with relatives. Mir.
witb ther aunt. MmE. T Porter.. ,and, Mrs. Cullen and Charles and
wthm tbeir pa nat. Mno to Lady er. and giving the state's attorney theRalph tcullen will go on to New York
Ste.r parrat afternoon for benefit of any disputed point when he
*. Cit ,silnud.v afternoon for u iTv. sailing the last of the week for
I, ~. lon t thr rents for thought the law and evidence war-
ranted him in doing so. and likewise nland. where they will spend six
tb, eu -r "- giving the benefit to the defendants Their friends wish they a .lighrfult

It' I sh and little dai'gh- when the facts and the law favored I oyage.
Clar Bo fh.* la. a rived here them in any disputed proposition.
T.., slaN- nn. an, .r,' h, ,,sts As soon as the court had delivered LOST-Saturday night, between R.
,,t, nr'd eni; ng -t \ 1r ,i' its charge the jury retired to their .\ Hurfrd's residence and trh postaot
.' 1 h, r t. '. h,'' she room, in charge at th," bailiff, and up ce a :brooch with pearls set in cV',-
1 ,l ,-, .' , n ,,i he r I .ah 'l d id Io 0 he hour of il-ts falwp r going to 'ers- 1 ) "ow r.1S. Findel r p eas~ "- ..
-'" "' press were ;ill o. ry Burford.
*'*" The names of those ('pon' ,sing the i brs. John iW. Pearson ret rn,'-l
I' ao Mrs \ k I-nhiiUai jury are as follows: .1 N. Blackburn. ,,,,,. Friday afttrroiin,. t. I.r a.11
..... t on.". \lass.. in- .1. W. Perkins. G. W. Cleveland. J. N. absence of several w eks. She went

1. 0 % .. i co ti cr t osl - -,- .. 1... . . ..
''-*d n itai1 aw a t.'n days. Captain Marshall. E. Mizell. R. D. McDonald.

"bdw to i gn.ral manager of the A. 1.. McRae. E. A. Polly. W B. Rob-
ampsp Northern railway and is mak erts. W. A. Yongue.
I thu". trip 0 0 ub ine2.t and upon his
ws t tis probable he will have ef- W 'alter R. Petteway. who has been
owe nt important transactions attending the Buie Creek Academy in
St Northern. North Carolina, has arrived in the
ft wi tme much for Tampa..city and will spend the summerr as the
and w r^ b o -guest of his brother. President G. A.
- i "- Petteway. of the Bank of Tampa. Mr.
i- .%- N-11 -all ___ *- i*__

out to St. Jo. Missouri.
spent a short while with
and her son and daughter
On her way home she
Gainesville. Ga.. where

who're she
Mr. Pearson
in that city.
stopped at
her younger

daughter. Miss Alta Pearson, was
graduated, in music. Miss Pearson
stopped over at Waycrviss. Ga.. where
she will spend a few weeks with her
college friend, Miss Agnes Scarbor-

E. B. Richardson, Capt. Johnson, Mr.
Standley ,and until recently by Mr.
D. W. Tompkins.
It was a remarkable building. In its
later years it has been very much di-
lapidated. The roof was nearly off
and all the windows were gone, yet it
successfully passed through three
fires. Every building but it was razed
to the ground, but it stood as unyield-
ing as the rocks of Gibraltar.
Packed from floor to ceiling with
loose hay and hay sticking out of ev-
ery window, crack and crevice, yet for
years we ran off the weekly and daily
issues of the Banner with a steam en-
gine, minus a spark arrester, almost
under its very eaves and the sparks
got mixed up with the hay every day,
but the building led a charmed life,
and no salamander ever displayed
such resisting power over fire. It ab-
solutely refused to be incinerated.
The building is being torn down now
so that the growing business section
of the city which it occupied can keep
step to the onward march of progress
which is now the watchword of Ocala.
We understand that Mr. Walter Ray,
its present owner. is going to erect a
very handsome building in its stead.


From Friday's Daily:
The big union Sunday school picnic
took place yesterday at South Lake
The train left o'clock at about nine
o'clock a. m., over the Seaboard Air
Line railway. There were seven car-
loads of jolly people, all imbued with
-the picnic spirit. The cars were
crowded, a great many having to stand
in the aisles.
The day was spent in the usual pic-
nic fashion-boating, bathing in the
lake. playing games, swinging, etc.
Th-e dinner served at noon under the
shade of many oaks was a most mag

the fo


delightful party of the week was
whist." at which Mrs. E. L. Car-
*ntertained for Mrs. Herbert L.
rson and Miss Prances Anderson
r home on Oklawaha avenue
y afternoon
s party was a very pretty fare-
compliment to Mrs. and Miss An-
n on the eve of their departure
e north. The afternoon was de-
to playing progressive whist,
ur card tables being on the large

and comfortable veranda.
about the small tables were


of vases of roses, which added a fes-
tive air to the surroundings. No prize
was given, but after quite a number
of progressions the scores were added
and Mrs. C. V. Miller had the highest.
After the games a delicious course
of apricot ice and caramel cake was
served by Mrs. Carney, who was as-
sisted by Mrs. Holder, Mrs. John Tay-
lor and Mrs. Sistrunk.
The friends of Mrs. Anderson and
her daughter regret exceedingly that
they are leaving Ocala for good, but
hope for many visits from them next
winter, when they will reside in Jack-
Present at Mrs. Carney's to bid
them good-bye were the following la-
dies: Mrs. William Anderson, Mrs. G.
S. Scott, Mrs. J. H. Taylor, Mrs. Ed-
ward Holder, Mrs. G. R. McKean, Mrs.
C. V. Miller, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs.
L. R. Chazal, Mrs. E. T. Porter, Mrs.
Jake Brown, Mrs. E. L. Maloney, Mrs.
E. M. Howard, Mrs. Frank Harris and
Mrs. H. H. Harold.
The afternoon before Mrs. Carney
gave a lovely sewing party for Mrs. A.
B. Efird, who is the charming guest
of her cousin, Mrs. L. W. Duval. Those
invited to meet Mrs. Efird were the
following ladies: Mrs. Duval, Mrs.
Mote, Mrs. Pyles, 7'rs. Gunderson,
Mrs. Tydlings, Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs.
Blake, Mrs. G. W. Martin, Mrs.
Maughs. Mrs. Fishel. Mrs. Hatchell,
Mrs. Weihe. Mrs. Roess, Mrs. Mclver,
Mrs. Jack Camp and Mrs. W. D. Gra-


The regular monthly social after-
noon of the Woman's Club members,
which is in the nature of a silver tea,
was held in the club rooms at four
o'clock Friday afternoon. A large

nificent one. and ample justice was crowd was present and the afternoon
don ao ir by the hungry pinickersproved one of much social enjoyment.
although after the feast was over The Ocala Woman's Club is doing
there were still many basketfuls left. a splendid work in Ocala, and its
Although the day was one of the membership includes many of the
hottest ones on record all had a good most prominent women in the city.
time, and many returned home so sun- For so young a club it has already ac-
burned it was almost impossible to complished a great deal of good and
tell their natural color.
now has under way many plans that
The picnic train returned to Ocala
The picnic train r to Ocala will prove advantageous to our city.
at 6:.30 o'clock. These monthly social sessions are
MR. LOUIS H. CHAZAL TO GRAD- very pleasant, and will be kept up
UATE during the summer months, and it is
_certainly a splendid way for the stay-
Mr. Louis R. Chazal, the oldest sondat-homes to spend an agreeable after-
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Chazal of noon.
this city, will graduate from Mt. St. The main number on Friday's pro-
Mary's College at Emmettsburg, Mary- gram was a fifteen minutes' talk by
land, the middle of June. I)r. W. 11. Do.,g. pastor of the Prps-.
Mr. Chazal is an unusually brilliant byterian church. Dr. Dodge is always
young man and is graduating at the intere.-ting "nd eint;rtaining, and his,
early age of nineteen. This college siject. "l>omesric Economy," was'
is one of the largest and most promi- one that appealed to his listeners. He
nent Catholic colleges in this coun- dealt wih the servant problem. which
try. %a sucht an important one to evwry
Mr. Chazal is a very clever artist, hu1. 1 i'il". ans his excelent s..t es-

and his life work will be along this
line. and he will study art ;n New
York this summer.
Mr. Louis R. Chazal. whio 's now in
Europe. will return o \A',oeica in
Time to be present 97 son'% ;rmi-


hav seen Ihis s o5 An \vas *-@: 'o ( i'fi.
office F','rila. ;afT 'rno1,0n i'v M'. S I..
(;riggs of' Oklawaha. I' i a \ho-ip, r
and looks altogf.th'-r lo\,ly. It w i-iahs
fifty-two pounds down wzighr. TMr
Griggs says that he has a field of s
acres just like it. Here is a chance
for some buyer io make a "scoop."
If this melon eats as well as i, looks.
it is certainly .'ntil.id to the 'blue

or) goo'll truil. lHis remarks wr-y
j F ii e ta nil Valuatbl#e ones.
Al- .1. I1.. ( arr'f. rfipreso-nt tig t liC
1n'lsff-i s, Hati's rominjjo~i f .larksosm-

:ii. ; IOp*- lb it h-

Xl ts. Iiat' H~1 'j h-it' a(''l IWO

(har-h-iSag tyh-v Boesat,~th. "I tnf!ot*--.

ribbon." c::,Ji ; vtt-r "h.'- musical program ;he
.evs-, delight7rt mint punch and
TRESPASS NOTICE-.--l11xI4 inch- l.aks. Thev were assisted bvy Miss
es., for sale at this ofb.ce. 10c. each Davis and M.iss A i'son, who passed'
er $1 a dozen. Apply Ocala Banneri

ror Twent- -Six Yca

:t,-s-. Lamdsktr, el A'exta-hy. %6*

Finally A'~v.~wid Ay Ne'-W&


MAnl.. .w.e AU
44! srFTKRD fr w BUM
Awith bladder msakd kv
and tmeeing dvised lrgiv9 mS*
I did s and am th~s"MtolS"
et~rl (s', f Perna& &adohi
o*f !tsl.nflhifl utsrcyear e" We Of
trouble. almis itawoll~eseom.
W. 'W. ILAaorna. ',3ifMcAftse
IAOWnr=1:L1'. Ky'
catarrhs Cau"S es k11 abemU
Catarrh v- a tr~qus-nt eisa. e o
ney di --s.. rho. p..lvi a sf th
nty-i. a-4 o-I.;"the- te'ital.'is
with ZnIi' a 1- .1, '. ISuCr. and is
fore ~uhjeet1Us'A ~ .t.arrbai eua
Sq-rtnit-r,4 the catarrh is a.itsinht s
cast1. no: t'tiioI*. lihow tiones it
up to %,# rN -tsriouum oditwas.
Any rt.!'e~ty capable of sat
the~ catarrh t-4 a much rimor
Ltriat Uet~t thAn to :gie palliatives
only relieve the p.4tsnt 4ts~f.e of
dissgrLeal~le 4ym,'iAJ so.I
It jt4 ('.alini(Ifor Pi run& thatis is
ntritrnal sy-teaii'ae Pit 4 &.r isreusdy.
reacheti the s'atarrl i n w hatwe'u
it happens to be sealed.
"I was eurt d of a severe star-k of
fiamnation of the t)1-5 -obylWhim@
runa. I &.n riad t imrtwitmmemd
'o :1ti at1n., MI J..J. 3 FraQG
S~.LL.S.. S.*BAs A toio o9Teas&


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M..dbj- AL 2- A n

L-, T1E P"UUOOR Ai.'L mAv

b o? a bill passed on Thursday by the
S. rida hose of representatives be-
| om es a law, the allgators of .the
een" e to th r Oklawaha river and its tributaries
S --will have to take to the tall tangle.
Z Th 'l 'be measure provides for the legal
MO w et- slaughtering of this reptilian genus-
t already on the high road to extinction,
and all because the farmers' swine
5m i saong bhore have been falling victims
et a Vwa. t to the riparian scavengers. One
Ir ywe p s d a little
- 6at. would think the farmers might keep

of Now *orUSe,
aipa m- me scho

Sbi a mSit"
o pa with Ms hat brtm
ita* his n act.
g east sad a horse-I

a tair t hide his
Sgesnleels drooeal
67 ware md say. "01

S a am nta ews.

ae VSNw a ftgdown

Ifta d. et he per d ta
_a tar
4 e49N bua :is troemr
| taa MAC a pair
am wM M taM -hes, and
S WI Mst.

M 1M*O hatat o the gmat
in anf.amtm to mM.e at

S9 a10t h So t about ae
01 wt Woyes were at

A M i M pa lered y ourd
ab R eal* a5t*-U of
ra &"w a We Gamlng
yeOur pW coWlar,
Faith to se ad to con-I

e bas Mabmed at yu the.I

6 aeUIs is the mmi ei boy.
sm b hinb an Mdhs plhas
i bm thoshe
sa fg m dmhseynt
LIb thebt~ eiw. but
IM oleIt wil dwa supon
iiape .e mere eartet
I W aL. -Pst as t youa
Ms -2 elRitifta sd ge
%a ain, seady In twa to
at t whooeme after him
hi the m- freaks .as

0 Ow of Oieg be a pretty sod
and no tn wasoeft ashe

bod-e up in a abrt tuen.
beftm pmk naww t. will be
-gud easa=d sup-

a No um. but he is goiag
p o pinct binM when heb
down, $nn as you made the
gaggag youesat@er you fund
=48 V4 w" to buineves and

6 S -oMe. eternal. hopeful
Of b of the matien-Miami

* ladisa Pile Ointment will
e. UM1edig mad Itchinag
I t a tie tahe eaors. allays
e" as e. at"s as a poultice.
-mot pope wUlm lndiam
e th Ip"iTae parts Sold
; *MM SWe. as $16.
TyNa & 0, x
WIN"f I0u8 MUwO

S-so lo the f asatry proml-
I mo Msm their Imna-
) tO P sst to erect a mo-
to hate Weel JM b r Har-
b ~ s t'le Remasm
MO w M**e be -me. sad

e a~s a estm speaks el-
| c1a le m bemld by the late
tinAe tae e Warts of his couM

z at e w mk e is ch tase-
i h mTmoindl is
he t8me a .brime for Amer-
| u0 to visitors from (or-

bs of now that ti Boston

Sas I daMe osems tand. Mrs.
L e m tom eut 4tinguished
B e W as the iwlpira-

1- 1 e. I RCoger
t c atthe

ther bogs at home, or, that failing
msch precaution on the part of their
owners, the beasts themselves would
learn discretion enough to keep a
weather eye open for the noctural ad-
venturers of the stream. But not so,
may the Tallahassee legislators. The
Florida hog must and shall be pre-
served; as for the alligator his fate
is a secondary consideration.
The alligator is not entirely friend-
less, however. "The passage of the
bill by the house," says a dispatch
from Tallahassee. "is a great disap-
pointment to a large element, which
argues that many northerners and
others come to Florida to watch the
'gators, and incidentally leave behind
them many good dollars." Of cause
they do. And who would wish to vis-
it the far reaches of the Oklawaha
if it were converted by an unwise leg-
islature into a 'gatorless river? Flor-
ida with alligators is as unthinkable
as Connecticut devoid of wooden
a tmegs. or Rhode Island bereft of
dams. The hog thrives everywhere.
The alligator has never been found
in his free state north of latitude 32.
We northerners do not go to Florida
to see hogs. When we wish to view
the porker in all his glory we visit
the stockyards at Chicago and see
enough of the species in a single day
to last us a lifetime. But the alliga-
tor does not take kindly to any Amer-
itan stream whose waters are far dis-
taut from the Gulf of Mexico.
It behooves the Florida law-makers,
then, to do all they can to keep the
alligator from extinction. If neces-
sary let a suffiient sum be set asid-e
to pay for all the hogs that are cap-
tured by these nlteresing and digni-
fied amphibians. The United States
Ash commission estimates that three
anillon alligators were killed in Flor-
ida alone in the years from 1880 to
1900. thanks to the demands of "spor-"
and commerce. Instead of hastening
the diminution of the tribe, let the
Tallahassee legislature institute a
campaign against the deadly snakes
of the state. That would be a cru-
sade worth while. The only good
snake is a dead snake; but the allig -
tor deserves, at least in limited num-
bers. to survive.-Providence Journal.

The story of the Wrights in
early days is a common one.


6 6


The Pensacola Journal has repeat-. While it is some time before the
edly referred to the duty of the 'res- next primary, we forecast that Hon.
ent legislature to reapportion the rep- Park Trammell, If he will make the
presentation of thirt body. and its race, will be Florida's next governor.
issue of the 25th says: Mr. Trammell has in every trust prov-i
"Here is the way the case iauids: en himself worthy of the confidence
The constitution of Florida say that the people. In his experience of
there shall be no more than one hun- several sessions in the Florida legis-
dred members of the legislature in lature, he thoroughly demonet-ated,
house and senate combined. It per-! that he was a man of ability and a!
mits a newly created county, howev.-true friend to the people of his state.
er. to increase this number by one No man in the state has a better leg-,
representative until the next appor- islative record. As attorney general
tionment. tie is doing a good work for Florida.
"The same instrument provided His stand for publicity in public af-
that a new apportionment should be fairs; his position that when large
made in 1897 and every ten years tracts of the state land are to be sold
thereafter. The constitution was ig- they should be advertised- his stand
nored and no reapportionment was for thorough investigation before par-
made in 1897. dons are granted, and his position
"In 1905 the county of St. Lucie against the employment of general
was created. This made the total and special counsel by the state in-i
number of representatives in the leg- eternal improvement board, when un-
islature of 1907 one hundred and one. necessary. are all commendable and'
The legislature should have provided add in no small degree to the high'
for a reapportionment. as directed by esteem in which he is held by the
the constitution. It did not do so. people of Florida.
Therefore, either equitably or techni- Park Trammell for Florida's next
cally can the legislature of 1909 be governor is in the air, and we pre-
regarded as a constitutional body? dict that the sentiment will grow un-
"The last named legislature has, so til it lands him in the chair at the
far, refused to reapportion represen-, northwest end of the capitol building.
station. On top of this it has added -Bartow Record.
another county and threatens to cre- -
ate one or two more and thus illegally NOW WATCH THIS JUDGE CATCH
increase to a still greater extent the IT
number of representatives. Will any
man with a level head say that it has Judge Malone of the third judicial
a right to do this? circuit, has had occasion to change
"The Journal admits that it is im- his mind as to open saloons as against
possible to reapportion representation blind tigers.
on any sort of a rational basis under In a recent interview the learned
present constitutional limitations; but judge says:
a constitution must either be obeyed -"Since the resolution has been
or else amended. The whole matter passed by the legislature. I've given
is in a muddle. The basic law of the matter much earnest thought.
Florida is being violated- "My circuit is composed of seven
"There is no way to rectify the counties. out of which number there
trouble except by calling a conven- is only one in which liquor is at lpres-
tion to revise the law. If the legisla- ent sold.
ture neglects to do this it may cause "This county to which I refer is
the state and the people of the state Franklin, and there must be at last
no end of confusion and distress." fourteen saloons in the county.


Never make any appeals in your pa-
per for the support of the home paper.
Your paper and the advertising in it
are each worth what you ask for them,
or should be, and no other plea should
be made to get business. Your town
merchants are perhaps indirectly un-
der obligations to their local paper,
but they do not like to be constantly
reminded of such an obligation, no
more than you would. Spend your en-
ergy in bringing to their notice how
good a paper you are getting out and
what benefit the town is deriving
therefrom. However. do not claim
any obligations of support on that
score, but let them arrive at the con-
clusion that it is in their interest to
I hel the naper along on their own ac-

Record-Herald writer says: "Children 1 count.-Buckeye Informer.
of a poor minister of the denomination
known as the United Brethren in BURN THE LEAVES
Christ. who had a large family, they _
went to work as boys. Orville was Speaking of the wholesale des;ltic-
born in Dayton in 1S71: Wilbur. near tion of our chinaberry trees th'-ouih-
Miliville. Ind.. in 167. The first em- out the state, in the effort to exi-rmi-
ploymenrt of both was in a cracker fac- nate the white fly. an Arcadia orange,
t.ry. owned by their uncle near Dune grower calls attention to the far: that
Park. Ind. Then they opened a small the white fly infest, the leav,-s only
bicycle repair shop in Dayton, and of trees. and, that it is supposed to be
there be-gnn to study the problem of sufficient in a white fly infested grove
flight. From the experiments of Oc-' f the leaves are. by spray or other-
tave Chanute they learned much, and wise. removed from the trees and

their first experiments were with
gliders. from which 'they advanced to
the planning of propelled. heavier
than air. machines. Always they
worked together. and today neither
claims more credit than the other for
what they have accomplished. The
first test of the brothers' aeroplane

burned. This is the approved treat-
ment in the groves infested. The chi-
naberry drops its leaves early in the
fall. naturally, and if the leave s are
gathered and burned there is no more
need of destroying the chinaberry
trees than there is cutting down or-
ange trees so infested. Our horricu!-

"Do you know that ourt of the sev-
en counties in my circuit there is less
crime in Franklin county than in any
one of the other counties where ttere
is no liquor sold?
"I have always believed that the
crime germ matured in the saloon, but
this condition in my circuit forces me
to change my mind.
"I account for it in this manner:
Where there are open saloons there
is sufficient police protection, and
then you know the human impulse ta
consume more where there is more.
I mean from the bottle."-Tampa

Now comes an intimation that Gov.
Gilchrist will call an extra sesison of
the legislature. immediately on the ad-
journment of the present session.

The extra session also. it is said,
will be called for the purpose of se-
curing necessary legislation that it
does not seem possible can receive
attention before the legislature has
reached the limit of time allowed by
An extra session can nimet for twen-
ty days only.
Perhaps the governor considers
that the legislature has worked off all
its exuberance and enthusiasm for
streak bills. and that if given an extra
twenty days, it will get down to so-
ber and useful work.
There is an apparent necessity for
the extra session, in light of what has
been accomplished, but it is doubtful
if the people of the state will be satis-
fied to pay the expenses of twenty
days more of the present body.
Tha w vprnnr is on intd a hr av

flying machine was made at Kitty tourists should exercise ordinary oor- man, but be may expect a storm of
Hawk. N. C.. in 1903. In 1905 they mon sense before condemning the disapproval if he should decide to
made a long-distance flight near Day- most beautiful shade trees of the call the extra session.
ton. They have recorded in magazine south.-Arcadia Champior. Wonder if he will.-Miami News-
articles the fact that they had to de-, --- Record.
velop-a science of aeronautics by long! MELODY ON THE FARM
and patient experiment, finding prac-i If you like music and pretty pic-LOW EXCURSION RATES VIA AT-
tically all the text books on the sub- tures, you can have them at your will LANTIC COAST LINE
jete faulty. Their success abroad has by getting up early on the farm and
been great financially as well as me- listening to the songs of the birds and $17.65-Asheville, N. C.. July 1:3. 14
chanically. It is estimated that in all the signs and sounds of nature's and 15. Lime July 17 and
$17.65-Asheville, N. C., June 17 and
Prance and Italy alone they have col- resurrection You can hear the chick- IS. Limit June 25. Stop-overs al-
lected more than $500.000 for the ens, the cows and the hogs-the lowed.
rights to their machines. Outside of neighing horses as the farmer comes $14.25-Athens, Ga., June 26. 27 and
these sums they have won prizes es- with their feed. You can hear the 28. Limit 15 days. Extension to
September 30. Stop-overs.
timated at $250.0M). and they appar- voices at the lot-ts the boys or the $18.25-Knoxville. Tenn.. June 20. 21,
ently are destined to become million- hired hands draw water for the stock 22. 26 and 27. Limit 15 days. Ex-
aires." and make ready for tie day. Then. as tension to September :10. Stop-
the first long golden lance of light $27o Louisville. Ky., June 5. 6 and
VERY BAD strikes down across 'the silent fields. 7. Limit June 17. Extension to
Brothers Harris and Bittinger of you can see all the life and bustle of, June 30. Stop-overs.
the Ocala Banner and Star. respect- another opening day. And all of it is'$20.80--Nashville, Tenn., June 6. 7. 8,
14. 15. 16. 28, 29 and 3.0. Limit 15
ively. are again at it. hammer and sweet, and bringeth peace and joy- days. ension September 30.
tongs. What a bad example they are: as we find out sometimes when we Stop-overs.
setting to us spring-lads of the Flor- have left it and oine for it again.- $16.25-Memphis, Tenn.. June 5. 6 and
ida press. Editors Caldwell and Wil-. Sylvania tGa.) Telephone. 7. Limit June 14. Extension to
son ought to call them to order. It's July 1. Stop-overs.
scandalouos-Pensacola Journal. 'Tis' "Burn down your towns and cities! $15.25-Tustaloosa, Ala.. June 8. 9.
.. _..t Mf *k.- siA .. anid thp will snrin In atain. as if 12 andf 14. Limit 15 days. Exten-
r m n a im.. ,.. t v- t ,f t h o ^ n kt .s no a n dt t h o r w ill s p r in g u p a g a in a s if -i n .t % .,;,n tp m h p 1 A q t n- n v., s _-



0w wVaiinua
Some wotmu retain their beauty to an .adwvymld
gage. But women, whoreguladry endOre pain, AV
rapidly, for offering leaves lasting s

thearn y .el woM- wMR" more or les with oms

form of female trouble. It should not be gSctSL
Avoid the paitreat yo elf at home by taki
Cardu. as- th eands other wOMa h dow.
Begin at one and ge Crdui a fair triUL


t wml Help You
i IR. Katie Burlison, Gevlle, IlL, tried Cardui and writes:
S"I offered with female trobis, and was so sick I could not stand
on my feet. Finally I began to take Cardui, and soon began to
mend. Now I am 'I to al*l my housework and am in much
better health than I w bo Try it.

McMillan Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers ot Turpentine Stills

and General Metal Workers

Old Stilis taken in exchange ror new ones. Patchiin
through the country a specialty. ( orders ,by mail wr
wire will receive prompt attention at either of th'
following works a -





scarcely anylimit to the S
possible improvement in sels,
but it takes time and money. We have
been improving flower ard vegetable **
seeds for over 5 o years. Mcr- than wo
people are working to m-ikec Ferry's
Seeds suit you. Buy the beIt-Pe-rrFs.
For sale cvervw. '-re.
r Mwe m m SEED N AMWAL

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S.. .. .. .. Pilot 2" sub of ..... .... .......
.. -5e- ,h n and on q side of.


7 12121




nw ... ...... .. .:3112 22
'irs of J L P Bishop.. min 10 chs w of se oor of n11'41
oif n ..14 .. ... .. ......... . 33,12 22
thll'n -, w 4.15 'chs n 6.90 ('ch i
w S9 Iks n 6.73 chs w 4.96
chs n 6.37 chs o 10 chs s 2 ') I T
'h"-K ex 2 acres in nw c',r t,, | I
church and ex / acre in n.
cor ,t sch ool. . . . . . .
S Kt'1 .. . .. ... >ht e of nw ,r. .33i1.' 22
thenct,.' 1 4.20 chs s 10 hi. \s
4.-1) chs n 10 chs ... ... ... I '
' l)o'uglas. ... .. ..... sel'.4 'of s\\I 14 (of nI\I/4 ex 1.)0 I
acres in se t '.... .. .33. 1"2 221
' r* i . . . . .... s. of " ''4 f S.(1,'4 f 1 'If 4 . :33:12 '22
; . . . . . . <. t f st-,4 of sCe 4 of s 14 .... 33 12,22
S I' . .. .. . 'n 6(0 ft e a ofI n Vw a r f InI'f] 1 i4
f . . . . . . 12 22
'i,'n ~e 9-, ft s 1)-0 ft \\ 9 f! I
S 15 ft ... .. ... ....... . : "
'Io! ; .'. o' r ,f n \\ . ..... 3: 1 .: 2
T h-ni.,< I1 13 -h. w\v 4 .4-, -h ;

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S T o.',\ ,l -.llt ... ..
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-.2 49 \lt g S ... ... .......

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i 41 HI s v, 6.42 chs 1 ti.4 i,
\\ !.:3'i vhss 5 .63 chs \v 1.1,
h-s s Ti !kw 5 5 lhs s 3.95s
SIi- '# 6.3:2 hs s 6.34 h. *h 13l
S's t p b. . . ...........

Sn 7.7 1 'h hs w. I...
20 . . . . . . . .
... il 1 4 of SWV 4 f S4(-l4 .. .
... a< r s 'on W si f G ( grant . . . . .
. ... .'.n'e 4 of n\' 14 ... .. .. .....
. .. `. sw of nel ..... ... .. .
... 111. f I 14 .. ... .. .......
. ... .,2 of sw'4 tx I ac'', to churchh
& T ex ... ... ... .....
..... n\\'4 ,'x 1D t)hs .* .tn, w by 17,
; h i. 1 ;n. l s in !\V (c-or of s\\
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32 24- 1:' 6f .\;2~. w.w McBride..lot 1... ..... . . .....
F rIari.on Er\ in .. .. .. ... lot... and 6....... .
H.s & )'Hara ...... .lols 1 11 andl 17,.... . .
SiJ .1 Fort... ... . ..... of n.O f4and n1'1.4 IIof i 14
* 2 ** : 7 ; h o-I l.-r... .... .... . I 4 "f n 4\ '4 X 11n 141 of :l\\ 14
O, ,,f nw'4 ........... .....
3 27 U'nknown .... ..... .. .. ..'1. of s\ '1,4 of li .. .
Sylvester Smith .. .. .. st- of n . . . . . .
10! 5 79 F R Harper........ .. .. sw of sei' ... .. .... .
I j .1 J Kort... ... ... ..... . e 4 of se%.4 ... .. .. .. . . .
181 4 54 : -st of Andrew McBride .. lot 3. ..... .. .... ........ .
201 4 24 Tilghman & Sons.. .... lots 4 9 and 1 ... .... .
101 2 22,0 G W ell?.... ... ... ... lot 4....... .. ... .. .. .
I 1 R N Rurton ... ... . . lot- l i and 11 ... . ...... 1


iash & Bartletl
:P Guerrant..

3 C Smith...
Irs N H Whiti
Wordica Morris
martin & Thag
C Mathews..
I M Martin.,.
manda Brown
lose Racket...
irs MeCarley.
"nknown... ..
'm Thagard...
S<" Smith...
SM .Martin...

Vm Thagard...

Irs L D Flewe

V B Waddell.

rorris Mordica
) P Irvins,... .
D Thagard...

orris; M.ordica.

alrbdira Lattson

-lIton Turner..

,;rriQ Mordica.

.A 'irry ..

'i \Vilon... .

V';lt-r J.nkins.

V TC B .T..

x PaHu[lw. .
J a Hurr.....

I |'i; ]"r...

arry Jackson..
a ra Brown...

ex Patters'*n. .

J i tarr. . . .

L '. li ilia n...

Eckstine & C
arry Jack6_on.

a rry Jackson..

iza Daniels..

L Ram.sey.. .
irua BroW\n...

m Steam... .

C Douglas...

tt ... .... lots 965 97 sub of .......... 17 12 21
.. .. .... 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
... ... ... *% of lot 1fractl U S G survey 20 12 21
ney... .... lots 1 and 3 blk 4 Orange Lake 21 12 21
S... ..... lot 3 blk 6 Orange Lake...... 21 12 21
Card.. ....lot 6 blk 6 Orange Lake......i21 12 211
... ....lot 3 blk 7 Orange Lake......1 12_21
... .. lot 5 blk 7 Orange Lake... .12112 21
...... ...lot 1 blk 11 Orange Lake.... 21h12i211
... ..... lot 1 blk 13 Orange Lake.. .2'12:I2'!
.. ... ...all of blk 38 Orange Lake. ... .21112 211
tot 25.... ... ... .... ........ 12j21
.. ..... of sw . ... ..... ..28122
.. ....... n of ne4 of net .. .. ..... 2912:21
... .....sw14 of ne% ex 420 ft n and s
by 525 ft e and w in n"-'
cuor...... ... ... ... ... .. .. 29 12121
... ... 420 ft n and s by 325 ft e and
wv in nw cor of .sw,4 of ne
S...... ... ............... .. . :91 21;
llen.. .... 13 chs n and s by 10 chs t andi I
w in ne cor of nwN-4........ '3t1221i
.. ..... 15 hs n and s by 10 chs e andi i
w in nw cor of ne'4 of nw! i1
'4 ..... .. .. .... .. ... .3 12 21
.. .. .... e,. of ne% of ne4...... ...... I311221
*.*... ... all of s w of R R...... .... 3112 211
....... w-1 of ne% of nw4* and l;1 I I
chs e and w by 23 chs n and'
s in ne cor of wt2 of nw'4.. 32:12!21i
S *** ... ('om 12.65 chs s of nw cor. . 13212'21I
thence s27.27chse 17..2 chsl I
n 16.92 chs w 7.52 chs n 10.35.
ch-- \w- 10 chs.......... ....
2** **.. 210 ft sq in nw cor of se'4 of
nw...... .. .............. 133 1221
.. .. ...corn 690 ft w of ne cor of nw'!331221
thence s 1320 ft w 164 ft ni
1320 ft e 164 ft .... .... ...
.. .... cor5.50 chs w of ne cor of nw I
...... . . . . . 33112 21
thence s 10 chs w 5 chs n 10
chs e 5 chs.... ....... ......
.. ... ... 10 chs n and s by 3 chs e and
w in ne cor of sw% of swY4 33 12 21
.. ... ... ne'4 of se'4 ex 7.50 chs sq in
se cor... ... ... ..... .....331221
.. ... ... sw% of se% ex 70 yds e and w
by 140 yds n and s in nw
cor...... ... ...... .... 331221
.. ... ... w1 of se4 of seY4.... .... ..331221
... .... nwW% of nw'4 of nw%'........ 341221
........ 6o ft e and w by 1275 ft n and
s in sw cor of se%4 of nw1 ..134,121211
.. ... ...coim 418 ft w and 418 ft n of[ I
s- cor of se'4 of nw4...... 36 12 21
thence n 418 ft w 418 ft sl
416 ft e 418 ft .... .... ....
.... ... lot 1... ...... ... ... ... ... 2412 22
........... n%\\i of nw.4 and sl-_ of nw'%
and n. of sw'4 ex s1t of I
in11w of sw ... ... ...... .25 12 2
*......... nt- of se% of qie'4 and se1j
of se'4 of net4 of ne'4 .... 26 12 22
.. ...... coin 6 2-3 chs s of nw cor..126 12 22
thence e 3U chs s 16 2-3 chs
w 30 chs n 13 2-3 chs......
......... 16 2-3 chs n and s by 30 chs
*. and w in sw cor of nwk
ex 7.07 chs sq in sw cor. ... 26 12 22
..... w'2 of se4 ..... ... ..... .. 26 12 22
i. .. ... 6 2-3 ch* n and s by 18 chs
e and w in se cor of na1 of,
lot 4... ... .. . . ...... 28 1222
.. ...... lots 2 and 3 Book 1 Wilbur's,
plat Citra... ...... .... .127 12 22
... ..... l.ts 1 3 4 blk 11 Wilbur's plat
Citra......... ... .... .128 12 22|
S.. ...... lot 2 blk 4 J A Harris's plat
Citra... ... ... .... ...... 12 22
... .... lots 1 and 4 ex 116 ft n and s.
on n end of lot 1 blk 8 J Al
Harris's plat Citra.... .... 12 22
o. ....... lot 3 blk A Steeles ad Citra..- 1222
.. ........lot 1 and e% of lot 4 blk HI
i Steele's ad Citra.. .. .. .. 12 22
........ w% of lot 4 blk H Steele's ad
ad Citra... ..... ... ... ... 1222
.... .... sw% of ne. and n% of se' of
S nw% ...... ... ... .. ..... 31 1222
... ..... s of se% of nw% ... ..... 31 1222
... .....'10 chs n and s by 12 chs e and
w in se cor of se%4 ex 4.50
chs sq in se cor and ex 140
yds e and w by 70 yds n and
s in ne cor ... ... ... ..... 32 12 22
.. .... ..com S chs w of ne cor of nw'/ 33 1222
thence w 2 chs s 8 chs e 21
chs n 8 chs... ... ... .....
... ..... .3'X ch. n and s by 3.16 chs|l
e and w in sw cor of se. of!




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3 25

7 68
1 37

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lo 01.111

& .lt akso~ n .

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2'" 9 4%4%

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312 23:
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6 1 2 24

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" 1'.o 6: ,i I.ala ,l r '",., Lld..
i '- tL rra.s. ...... .. .

Su' Douglas... ... .....

f'hristian Ax... .. ..... .
S'!u Frn-.h Phs Co.. ..

Lafay-tte Jackson.. ....

survey of e part of S F grant)
and lots 1 and 2 sev 21, and I
lot 1 sec 28-sec 21 and . 2113.11
comn at se cor.......... .121,13;21i
thence w to w bdy of lot 48,
n to nw cor lot 48 e .#- 5 ft to, i
ne vuor of lot 48 n 1687 ft to,
i,\ cor of lot ,2 s 6 ,.44 'g 4
miii e2 1243 ft to, s-c lin. s ito
p ,, b . . . . .
lot 7; J H Cam,pbell',4 sur~-y
,r llot s Sirn's surv.-y ,f ..*
part of S grant tIand lIo t. I
.nii.L 2 sec 'L and lot 1 c-w ",
"-t.ioll 21 ) and... ...l. '21
,olt 2- J H 1 'anmpb. lls sur.v.-v'
,r ',.t 7 Si;na's -. arv.-y ,of r
;',rt if to F grant and lIot.4 1
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f' Lydia Daniels... ... .... 7.5,) ,.hs e and w% on *. i lt.1,* )f sw % ...... ... ... 34' "
41 W il ('aldf\ H. ... ... .... .. of W ~'4 of s. .1 .. 1.. '132
A .\ E Farnhamin... ......... 7.-,0 chs n and by 6.75 .h.s .2 I
an]d v i in 4* c(or of niif of w
516 h. .. . ..... ... ..2....

15 r C .. II s . . . . . . . . 1 . i
77 I'nknown... ... ... ... ': 3 1 h.s n and s by 3.1-. 0 ia d
33 1.. cr .f .% '4. . 2) .* 2.
33 Fla French Phos Co.... e2' of i- 14 oIf Im- a' l .!I .of
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Empire Land Co... ..... s% of se'4 and se% of sw%~ l2S
Unknown... ... ........ ne% of sw%... ... ... ...... M1U
L E Gammon.... ... .... sw4 of ne%... ... ... ....... 212
A F Freeman. ... ...... w% of swA of se%.... ... .. 2 1J8
7 Unknown... ... ... .... e% of se% of ae%.... ... ... u26i:M
I Empire Land Co... .... w% of ne% and nw% and me
7 4 of sw% and nw% of se%212 6
Empire Land Co... ...... n% of nel,... ... .......... 271i3
Otis Andrews.... ... .... w% of sw% of sw%... ..: 27l1r
S F King......... .. ....nw% of se%.... ... .... ..... zl12
S F King... ... .......s of swk of sw% and neot
7 of sw4 of sw%... ....... 41..3
Unknown... . ......... nw of se%... ... ... .....'41
Unknown... ......... e% of se%......... ........
Unknown... . ........e% of ne%4... ... ... ... ... Mlg
Wm Harden. ... ... ...nwY of ne J and ne5% ot nw% 113 I
C B Mason.. .. .. ...... ine% of ne% ... ... ... ..... HIS19,
Heirs of Angeline Miller.'s% of se%...... .......... 11119
I C Rawvls... ... ....... se of ne% and e of w% of
ne% and w 3-4 of n% of se%
and se% of se%.... ... ... 221 11
P B Garrison... ... .... n% of nw% ex 20 acres to G A
T Copper Co on e side...... 2::a 1
E C Mason... ... ..... s of se'% of asw5 T & T ex >IS 1t
J.1 F Meridith.. .. ...... 'w of sw% and s% of so'
of sw'% and ne% of seW of
swA and sw% of se% ..... 2 13 19
,'arkuff & Kinyon.. ....:w2 of nw%... ... ... .....,27i13191
R G Limbough.. .. .... nj of nw3.... ... ... ..... 3411 is
D B Morrison Co.. ...... !se% of sw%... ... ... ..... 341119
Jno F McNair.. .. .... w 3-4 of n%... ..... ..... 3i1329
J F McNair.. .. ..... ..ne'4 of ne%4... ... ... ...... 41112
John Sherman.... .. ...|s of sw5' of ne'4... ... .. iS3
Fla Land Co... .... .....w! of se% ... ... ... ..... 1330
Emma Young.... ... ... ..ie of swV4 and w% of se 1.. 111 2
Heirs of T W J Stanley. e of swV4 and w% of *.%. .111132
Fla Land Co.... ... ..... e1 ... ...... ... ....... gtl0
M P Thompson.. .. .... .nw% of ne%4... ... ... ..... 24 1i
Betty Gollins.. .. .. .... 2.50 chs n and s on a side of
se% of sw%4... ... ... ...24.30
Hester Dawson.... ....... w% of nw% of ne% O s .24l
A Jones.......... ...... ne% of ne% of -%..... .... 1t1
Dan Schofileld... .......... % of ne% of *e% and u% o.
se% ... ... ... ... ....... 24 1 2a
Noah Schofleld... ... .. n% of ne% of nw%.... ... ...251 3
Jas M Schofleld... ...... s% of ne Moft w%... ... .
Dean & Bell... .........e% of sw% T & T ex.. ....2
Pleasant Miller.... ...... w% of sea%. ........ ..... 1
Mrs V R Himes... ...... nw%' of se% of nw% a"d w%
of sw% of se%5 of nj j..g..
B Pinkney.... ... ... ...sw% of se% of sw% oft %so ,
Dean & Bell... ... ......ne% T & T ex............
Dean & Bell... ... ..... e of sw% aex T & T...... a
Rubin Ellis...... ...... w% of sw% .............. 3
Calvin McMahan.. .. ... ne% of sw %4... ...... .....3
Thos Cabarras.. .. .. .. n %of ne%.......... ... il 1
Martha Jackson.. .. .... nw34 of se% ex 418 ft a andas 9
by 627 ft e and w in so cor.. r 1 21L
P J Jackson.. .... ..... 418 ft n and s by 627 ft e and I
w in so cor of nw' of se%. 11221
Martha Evans.. .. ....ss% of ne% of sw%... ... ...I 21
Georgana Duncan.. .. ...se% of se% ... ..............2121
Thos Cabarras .... .. ..!s% of se% of nek of *sw% .l ki214
B P Hull... ........... Icom 15.34 chs w of ne cor 3of 1
se% of se% ... ...... ...
thence w 18.16 chs s 20 chs e
9.84 chs n 10 chs e 8.32 chs
n 10 chs... ... ... ... ....
Jno Wright.... ... ... .. n 3-4 of nw% of nw%.... .. 41121
W S Stewman.. .. .. ..sa of oe% of ne% ........ I11a
Albert Spawn.. .. .. ....e% of sw% ex n% of. ne% of
sw%4......... ... ....... 9121
Unknown...... ......228 ft n and s by 418 ft e and
w in se cor of sw% of -s% 1121 2
Dina Lincoln .. ......... 2.50 chs e and w on e side of
nw of nw% of nw.9. .21321 2
Chas Harris... ... ...... ;se% of nw% n of R Rand of
public road...............i-1 11 .
Frank Lushington .. .. sej of nwV4 e of R ....... h 12.
W S Stewman.... ... ...corn 206 ft s of nw cor of se%
of se% ... ... ... ... ....10 1 21
thence e 420 ft n 480 ft w
420 ft s 480 ft ... ... . 4.
S C Mayo.... ... ... .....lots 2 5 blk 5 Reddick ....... 101321
WV S Stewman... ... ... lots 4 5 7 8 9 11 13 15 17 19 20
21 blk 9 Reddick.. .. .... 101 21
L M Sherouse.... ... ....lot 14 blk 13 Redd ck.. .... 11| 21
Delia Howard..... ... ...ine% of sw% of nw% .... ...11 1 21
J Billingsley ........... .12.50 chs e and w on w side of
sw% of sw% ex 293 ft sq In
sw cor....... ... .... .... n11,1321
J Billingsley... ... ..... 293 ft sq In sw cor of sw 11'1221
Wnm Jackson.... ... .....1com 418 ft e of sw cor of nw i12113 l21
thence e 420 ft n 330 ft w
420 ft s 330 ft.. ... ..
Celia Small... ... ....... 3-4 of nw% of sw%.. ... 13 21
W S Stewman... ...... lot 7 Benedict's sub of ne'.. 15 121
L N Sherouse... ... ...lots 25 26 Benedict's sub of ne
S..... .. .. . .. .. . 1 5i12 1
M H Rou.... ... ... .... on w end of lot 2... ...... .. 1611121
J F McNair....... ..... s5w of sw%4 ex w% of sw I
of sw'4 of sw'4 .......... IS'13l1
Jno Parker...... ....... lot 3 blk K Bisho-p's ad Flair- .
field ..................... !2121?,
W B Jenkins...... .....lot 4 blk K Bishop's ad Fair- i '
field ..................... 12tl312@1
J R Carter... ... ...... .lnt 1 blk 2 Beedlict Heights .1,3 1212
Willie Sams...... ..... lot 23 blk 6 Bene<;ict HeiKth,l,*1l3 1l
Chas WV Torry....... ... ,nw of sw% 4............. 113 21'
J M Meffert... ... ...... i' ,t 32 33 34 J H 'a*M pb.ll' ( I



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%t wV%...............29l 122
%.. ... .....* % at o W .... .. ...21322
...*.....w% ft aw% Oe -% of nw%. 291322
*....... U a MWad ab 1L42 chs 1s
Smd w la cot. ...... .. 01322
.. ............w %at sw ... ..... ... ....331*72
.. ......*** **7. ebs a% la me cor of sw%3 41322
... ...... % tOf w%... ... .... ....3513 22
.......... 14W y a sam S by 70 yds e -
_sad w Is aw cor of nw%.... 35 f22
J .. ..Oew% t sw..................3512221
.. ... ... ....T ebs at ln aw car of lot 24.. 13223
V ..-M ... .....ets 6 4 1... ... ... ....... 71223
Why... .......m at me car lot 24......... 713232
theem wM e2 h sa 10.81 chs
a 6 64 &w mile e to e bdyi
t I e tt 4 a 2.19 chs ex 3 acres
.. ..o w .....t....... ...... .
.. ... .. .. ..W n1... ..... ... ............ 71323
CoB... .....w% tof sw%... ... ... ..... 913223
O... .....aw% f aw%.... ..........101323
Go<...w..... w%~ taw$. ex 1. acre to
I[- e ... ... ... .... ... .. 1413 23
i g ...... ..... w% f a e%................141323
On. ..... ..... mi 12UM cds e of nw cor of
Sswr eat me%.... ... ... ..1613 23
thnce 10 chs a 12 chs w 10 I
I ma s 1 chs... ..... ..... .
Lar. ..... .... t 4 38... ... ... ... ..... 1811323
... ... ... ......ltot 17...... ... ... ... .....1811323
5 .... ... ..'. ta 24 2$ 26 27 x 28% acres
smid...................... 18i13 23
... ... ....... 2 yds e and w by 165 yds an
and a In a cor of lot 26.... 1811323
Mi CO... .....4o4 1...... ... ... ... .....T-l SI
... ...... ...e.. t 7... ... ... ... ... ......191323
..... .... ...On of swI ... ... ... ...... 201323
............ ..m% aof e%. ... ... ... ...231323
.li O ....... % a t sw%... ... ... .......41323
S... ...... .... A 2 21 22 23.... ... ........ 301323
... ... ...T eT M eq In sw cor of aw 1
It sw% ... ... .........351323
... ... ........... ... ... ............ 11324
& f at 1% ............... 11324
.. ... .o o ol0 9 14... ... ... ... ... 91324
........... Ch e and w on e side of
I I .t ... ... ... ... ....161324'
... ... ....**& c w and w on e side of'
Sot 3 br 1907... ... ... ...16 13 24'
.. ....... .. 10... ...1...3... ........ 1 13241'
...... . o te% at ae% oan de of
46'w% sad aes u s of sw%....V171324
show ... ... ....... ~ se% and n% of se% of 1
% e.....................'171324
..0... ... w% t se' of se %..........171324
............ of sw% and % of sw% 301324
0 ... .. ....... ot sw'% of ne %of sw%-.. 41325
-. ............. of tlot 9 and lot 10.. .. .. 91325
.......... of tot 6... ... ... ..... 101325
............% Ost ltot 12.... ... ... ... ...101325
..... ....... 4 6 bik 1 Kerr City..... 101325
........... 12 bik Kerr City.. .... 101325
W apbg.. 3 bik I8 Kerr City.. .. ..1013 2S
S...... Kerr City.. .. ... 1013251
jL a ... tet bik 8 Kerr City.. .. ....101325'
i m ggy.. .. ..to 1 Mbk 10 Kerr City.. ....1013251
... ... ......i1ts4 164 bk 11 Kerr City.. 1013 25!
g W rmp ..M S2 bk 13 Kerr City.. .. ..10 1325
......... ...... 29 30 btk 12 Kerr City.... 1013251
S...1...2.... I 5 Titcomb'* sub......11132251
... ...1...... 1 2 3... ... ... ........ 2113 251
I.. .. .. ... e o bt I... ... ... ..... 221325
IM O... a. %% el a% of lot 3..... ..... 251325!
... ... ... ...i. 12 13 and I acre in sw cor
S tot 3... ... ... ... ... 251325
S... ... .... ex 2 acres on e side and
SI toet T e chs e and w on
w w m ad ex 2 rds e and w
S, by 31. I ra n and s in ne
cor 9 Wf lot 10 and ex 1 ch e
Sad w by 10 cbs n and s In
S" .!w .. a aw m d ex S.1 chs e and
S' w by i t ebslm and s in sw
Sg hafleM... ... tt 3 11 12 ex e of ne% of*
t It I ... ... ... ... ... .. 2613 25
... ... ... ...A% et se% of tot 8.......... 21325
... ... ... ... .~% of let ... ... ... ..... 29*lS 25
...... ... .... st 14 bk 6 Michigan City.. 261325
... ... ... ...tots IS IS 1 bk Michigan I
..ty... ... .......... .g.2lC s25
R-ii ...... ..... ik 7 Michalan Citk.... 26 13 25
... ......... 4 C 11 bik 7 Michigan I
g a Cty y............ .. .... .26 13!25
.t ..... ..... itt bik Michigan City .. 29 131251
I*V6 4 ........ tor 1 bi k T1 Michigan City.... 261131251
........... ...ets 9 19 101 blk 11 Micht. I I
... ... .... stls It and 4 bik 12 Michigan I I
I Ctty....... ... ... ...... 3lS25
ftiagg ...* *.. ..... 1.5 ch, e and w by 8 chs n
Sand lIn aw cor of neS of ]
'6 4and n% of s9 of n% ofl
"sw of mwe% ... ... ... ....33 '131251
... .. ...aw % of mo pof m"% ......... 134'131251
. ..o......r.. w of m-...... ...i3411325'
..............w% of sw% of se' of nw'i36!13'251
... .......... w'* of tsw-4... ... ... .....t36'13l25!
.............. ft e and w by 1$360 ft n and
a in e coTr of nw'.. ..... 36 13'125
......... . otsl I 2 3 and wV of ne andl
S^s'. oft nw* ....... ... .....16'1326'
____ m')S....... of ne'.... .... ... ..... 114 19
... ... .....s'S of .w.... ... ........ 21419
*||ft--................ j shR a and a by 20 chs e and 1' I
SI on n oide of se of nw'12"14!19'
I gA p............ *. m 8 chs s of nw cor of se'i i
S tof nUw%... ... ... ... .....12?1419!
themce 20 chs e 8 chs n 201
c4 w chs.............. ... !
. ............ nw of me' of se% ...... 12.'1419

.. .. .. *. of e'S ........... ...... '14.9;
-... ... ... . e. of sw ... ... ..... ....'351419'
1 ........... e of ne% and w% of ne'S
sa d w% and se% of se'S ex-
T T T...... ... ... ... ... 1j 14 20
d 8 ...........e and e of nw'( and sw%
1 ex T T...... ........... 214'20
h ............ o e and sw' of nes
ead e% of w% ex 939 ft so

a me or ex T T ...... 314 20
i '.. .. ..... S of e'.... ... ... ... ... 414.20
... . .......f w e. T T........ 41420
........... CRmm 140 Yd n of se cor of ne %
Sso % ... ... ... ... ..... 41420
te a 210 yds w 70 yd sa
... 210 idse 70 yds...........
B ...........me of Ie% of me'S......... 614 20
M ... ... ... e% of se% of se% ..... ... 1420
a* j ***...............% of .e% of sw%. ....... . 714*20
*...*...%.....S of me% ex se% of se% of
% eo ...f e .. o o e e T T 14
*. ... ... -...w of nw% ex T & T....... 'l4 20
Bi_... ... .... %t of nw% ... ... ..........91420
w M ... ....... **4% of sw% ex T & T .. .... 914.'
*. ........... Alyds e and w by 165 yds n
sad s in sw cor of nw% of
Sa ... ... ......"w% of sw% and ne% of w 20
Se T & T ................. 10 14 -01
..... ... ... ... and a oft sw% and w% of
Se T & T ............ 114
.. .......sw % of sw e x T & T.....13 14.20
.. ...w. r et o sw ...... ... ..... 1414,201
S*... ...*W% Otf sw and sw% of se% 1
sad a% e seS ex Ta T.... 15114 201
I l*.... *... o ** of a ... ... ... .... 16 14 20
..... ...** *: of u'Se f nw%...... 1l1420
. .* Of w% and me*o% wof i
% sS tm% ex T & T i. 1420
s* o .... ......... e u% ex T & T .... .. 144
S *... ...... ***.,* & W f a % of Ie% I
I o __ e40'UW% ex T & T.. 211412 1
I *... *** **** ...... t O% M % of aw% i
00 e 1*- of n'% ex T A T3-214J204 2
L- .......... r m*e%... ............231412'

............ ...... .. ........2 142 1
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of sw .. ................ 2 14 22 61
Fla French Phos Co.. .. nw% of nw% and se% of nw% 1
oY set%..... ... ........... 21422 50
J L Perry......... .... swn of nwt% of set .. ...... 214 22 10
Fla French Phos Co.. .. nwt of sw% and s 1-3 of swV
of nw% and s% of nek of
sw% and s 3-4 of se% of sw'S
and sw% of sw% ex 420 ft
sq in aw cor and set...... 3 1422 301
'la French Phoo Co.. ... s% e of R R... .... ... ..... 41422 142
8 Talton........ .... s% of nw% of se%..... .. .. 81422 207
M F Preston... ... ..... w% of nw% of nwt of nw%. 91422 5
J R Fonvllo.... ...... .. sw of nw ... ... ... ..... 9 14 22 40
iSalima Brown....... ....com 20 ft w and 30 ft s of ne i
cor of sw% ... ... ... ..... 91422
thence w 220 ft s 392% ft *
220 ft n 392% ft...... ..... 2
F W Bishop.... ... ... ..com 160 yds e of nw cor of nw
of se34... ... ... ... ... 91422
thence e 70 yds s 140 yds w
70 yds n 140 yds.. .. .. .. 2
Mattie F Holton.. .. .... that part of se% of se% w of
R R ... ... ...... .. ... 91422 32
I L Rockett.... ........com at intersection of Oakland I
ave and Third st. Anthony.. 914 22
thence w 300 ft n 90 ft e 300 I
ft s 2"0 ft..... ..........
> A Smith. ..... ...... comJ 1o ft w of sw cor R R
depot grounds Anthony .. .. S14 22
thence w 20 ft s 40 ft e 200 :
ft n 40 ft......... ... ...
Wm E Kates.. .. .. .. com 157 ft e and 2 8 ft s of sw
cor R R depot grounds An-
thony.. ... ...9... ..... 914 22
thence e 157 ft s 139 ft w 107
ft n 129 ft w 50 ft n 10 ft....
rm Plair... ... ... ..... comr at se cor R R depot
grounds Anthony.... ....... 91422
thence a to R R n with R R
212 ft e to p o b... ... ... .25
W Bishop.... ... .....com 60 ft e and 375 ft s of sw
cor R R depot grounds An-
thony. ..... ... ..... .... 91422
thence s 150 ft e 165 ft n 150
ft w 165 ft... ... ... .....
axnown... ... ... ..... lot 25 Swain's plat Anthony..
0 Lladaer.... .... ..lots 64 6?7 Swain's plat Anthonyt
nkaown.... ... ... .....:lots 6 69 70 Swain's plat An-
thony.. ... ..............

Jas Quarles... ... ... lots 11 12 .. ** .... 1 t4!
Jas Quarles. ...... ..... W% of nw ..**** ....--..... 1 41
2 46 Chas S Adams. ... ....... eS of '% '". ***.... .. 4 24
Chas S Adams.. .... ...*% ofaw ".......* * *- 20144
Tropical Land Co.. Ltd .. n% of no'S .." *****21142
Wm A Witherill.. .. ....94d ch n and 9 of se C. *.T14240
36 Wm A Witherill.. .. ....w% of swS and % of sw% of 24
68 nw' ........ ...o
4 gg P Tichler... ... ... ..... se%' of nw "and ne' o sw 1
and sw% of re%...
7 37 Empire Land Co... ..... nw% of neo% s' "--" o S41424
and ,u-. . __. n % e

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Thos Butler.... ... ...... e% of se% of set%... ... ... 3214201
Jno Butler.... ... ... ... 330 yds e and w by 220 yds n
94 and s in se cor of net of nwl
5 % ... ... ... ... ... .. .. 3314 20
IDean & Bell. ..... ...... set% of nw% and ne' of sowf 3
and nw' of set ex T & T;33 14*20 1
SlDean & Bell. ...... ......lots 4 5 6 sub of s% of s%.... 3314 20
1 Dean & Bell. ..... ...... n% of ne% azil ne of nw
7 ex T & T.... ... ...... ... 35 14 20 1
Heirs of H M Clark.. ... w 3-4 of sw% of sw% and w
6 3-4 of s % of se% ex T & T35 1420
1 Dean & Bell... ... ...... n% of nw% ex T T........ 361420
9 J M Meffert... .......... e 3-4 of sS................ 714211 2
I N J Townsend.... ... .... w% of nw4 of net.. .. .... 9 1421'
6 J M Meffert. ...... ...... w of nw% of nw%.... ...... 91421
Dean & Bell.... ... ... ..e% of nw% of nw% and sw%
of nw'% ... ... ... ........" 914 21
L H Haynes.... ... ... ...s of se% of se% ex 140 yds
n and s by 210 yds e and wl
9 in se cor ex T & T.... .... 9 14;2"1 13.
6 Frank Campbell... .... nwn of sem ex T & T.... .. 91421
3 D Anderson... ... ...... com 6.33 chs s of nw cor of set
of se% .. ... ... ... ..... 9 14 21
thence e 15 chs s 3.67 chs w
15 chs n 3.67 chs ex T & T
Noll J Townsend... .....corn 60 ft w of nw cor blk 4
Martin... ... ... ... ....... 1014 21
thence w 417% ft s 417% ft e
417% ft n 417% ft.... ....
Willie Townsend.... ... .. com at sw cor of set... ..... 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 23
J L Wiley... ... ..... corn 5 chs s of nw cor of sw4 10 14 21V
thence s 5 chs 35.68 chs n I
7 deg 3') min w 5.05 chs w
35.08 chs ... ... ............ .
J E Smith... ..... .... s 2-3 of 8S% of sw'%.. .. ......J10 14 21!
Alonza Cox.... ... ... ...corn 4.74 chs s of nw cor of se I
% .... .. ... ... ..... 10 14'21V
thence 2.37 chs e 4.74 chs n I
2.37 chs w 4.74 chs........ 1.1
F W Biddings............ corn at se cor of w% of se '10 14 21
thence n 6.21 chs w 11 chs s
37 deg 30 mln e 7.40 chs e 6.71 I
chs...... .... ... ... ..... j 5.3
Monroe Bros & McDonald 16.35 chs e and w by 6.23 chs |
n and s in nw cor of swv% of
set ... ... ... ... ........... 10 14 21 1
Neil J Townsend .. .. ..lots 1 and 2 blk 1 Martin ... .l1014 211
N J Townsend.... ... ... lots 15 16 17 blk 6 Martin..... 10'14 211
N J Townsend....... ... lot 2 blk 8 Martin... ... ..... 10J14 21!
M J Roess.... ......... lot 10 blk 13 Martin.... ... ...110'14*21
D T Weaner.... ... .....lots 1 2 3 4 bik 19 Martin... .110,14,21!
J L Wiley.... ... ... ... lots 1 2 blk 23 Martin........t10!1l421!
J L Wiley.... ... ... .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk 24 Martin......1 10!14!21
W Warren.... ... ... ....;lots 1 2 3 4 blk 25 Martin.. .. 10114 21l
Kate Grenault.... ... ....'lots 1 2 3 4 blk 29 Martin.... 10t14i21;
Julia Greene.... ... .....tall of lot 4 blk 31 Martin.....10 1421
H Patterson. ..... .......lot 4 blk 32 Martin........ ,10i14'1i
Baldwin Hose Co.... ....lots 1 2 blk 35 Martin.. .. .... 1014!21
Hattie Brown. ..... .... e' of set%... ... ... ... ... 1114 21 S
Stephen Brown.... ... ...'nw' of nw,4 and 12.50 chs e
and w on w side of swL4.. 1214;21 9'
Hattie Brown.... ... ..... sw4 of nwV* ex T & T.... ..12 14121! 4'
Stuckey & Tiller Co... ..nwl of se% ex T & T.. ....J41414211 41
Henry Riley... ....... ..:w-' of sw ... ... ... ... ... 141442 1 8
F W Bidding... ... ..... 2 acres in shape of triangle in,
ne cor of nw % of nev...... 15 14h21 2.61
Monday Maynor... ...... s 3-4 of set of nw% ...... .. 15 14 21 2!
Loton Eichelberger.. .... com at ne cor of set... .....15 14 211
thence s 652 ft w 11 ft nwT
with RR 762 ft e 253 ft ......
Lewis Washington....... e of net of nwk of se% .i1514 21!
Henry Riley... ... ... ..:se% of se% ex nw'S of se% of] |
I se% .. ... ... ...... ..... 1514 21j 3
Monday Maynor... ...... nw'. of set of se. ... ......151421 1
Lewis Washington.... ....w 3-4 of ni of nwS of se'.11514 211 l
Jno Mason..............ne% of sw2'....... ....... 1614 21! 4(
Hattie Brown. ... ...... ,6 chs e and w on w side of e%
of se% of nw ............ 17 14 21 1;
J S Bradley ............. w% of sei% of nw'%.......... 17 14 21 2(
Monroe Bros & McDonaldn% of se %of sw%4... ... ..... 1714211 2(
J It Kinsler... ... ...... nw1% of swi... ... ... ... 1714211 4(
J W Crosby.... ... ...... nw% of se% and n% of ne% ofj
swx and se% of ne% of swVS 18'14 211 7(
L H Haines... ... ... .. s, of se% of se% ex 140 yds n I
and s by 210 yds e and w inj 1
se cor ............ ....... 119 14,21 14
E C McLeod... ... ..... ne% of net and e% of se% of I
net ...... ... ... .. .....22 1412.1 6
Taylor Wright.... ... .... ni of net of ne% of se% ....1 "2 14211 5
Walter Nichols. ..... ... n% of ss of swj of netS... .124 14'21 I
Isaiah James.... ... ..... e. of nw% ex 5 chs n and s:
on n end.... ... ... .... ... 124 14 21 70
Sam Strap.... ...... .... sw% of sw ...... ... ....12514 21; 4f
Ellen Tucker. ..... ...... n'S of ne% of nwk' of se .25 14 211 5
Wm Smith......... ... 216 ft sq in nw cor of net 'of; i
se ...... ... .......... .2614 ,1 l 1
Jas Kinsler... ... ... ... nwt of sw t... ... ... ......271421i 40
Dorris Murrell...... ... e' of set of se'... ...... 27 14 21 20
Jim Murrell...... ...... wi of se' of set........ 2714i21 20
Dan'! Green...... ...... e 'Sof sw' ex T & T ....... 28 4214 80
Mrs J K Stewart........ se% of set...... ... ....... 2814-,1 40
Lee Richmond...... .....swbt of net and s' of nw%
and nw% of swk ex T & T.. 29 1421 160
Chase Kelly...... ....... -1 of nw' of ne% ex wk of! I I
swt of nw'4 of ne% ex T &' '
T....................... 30 1421 15
J E & W J Waters ..... nw ..... ........ ...... 3014 21! 155
Heirs of Mrs I Stafford.. st of net and n% of set and i
s1 of set ex 140 yds sq in
sw cor ex T & T.......... 32 14121 236
\VWesley Gerome...... ..set of sw% of ne% ex T & T|33 14121: 10
Dora Daniels....... .... net of sw% ex T & T...... !3311421; 40
Wm Lever... ......... w' of net ... ... ... ..... .34114121 40
J K Stewart...... ...... w' of nwf..... ... ...... .34!1421. 80
I E & W J W aters.. ....set ...... ...... .......... 34. 14i21 160
O C James ... ... ....... set of swt...... .. ..... 36i14|21 40
"V T Smith (Paid)........ s of nwt ex 1 sq acre in se I
cor and nw', of sw ....... 1114'22' 119
Louise L Russell........ net of nwn ex n' of set of i
net of nwt.......... 2.1422 36
H A Atwater... ... .... n' of set of ne% of nw" .... 214227 5
Fla French Phos Co.. ... sw' of nwt and s% of set

16s' 9 4:

Fla French Phos Co..... e% of sw'S of se% and set of I
se% and e% of set of ne of "
3) 4 16 ne% ...... ... ... .. ..... 10 14 221
C A Priest.... ... ....... s' of net4 and e% of se% of
nw% ... ... ...... ... .... 1114 221
Fla French Phos Co... n% of nw% and wS of se% of i
_ 2 23 nw % ... ..... .... .. 11 1422'
i2 4 86 Fla French Phos Co... .net of sw% and n% of se';l1 1422!'
C A Priest... ... ... ...se of nw%.... ... ... ... .....112 14k22'
Fla French Phos Co... s of sw'%... ... ...... ....1214221
Fla French Phos Co... nw% of ne .... .. ........ 13 14 221
.2' 1 79 Unknown.. .. .. .. .....ne% of swA ex se% of net
of sw'% ... ... ... .... .. 13 14 22
Unknown.... .... .... n% of setS of sw% and se% of
ne% and s% of ne% of nw'S 1314229
;4 2 23 Unknown.. .. .. .. .... net of nw'% ... ... .........14 14221
Mose Graham............. n' of se% of net... ....... 14 1422;
Nancy Tompkins.. ... ... n%' of s of set of net...... 14 14 221
0 1 72 IFla French Phos Co.. .. set of nwt and e 3-4 of s% of
S 3 77 sw of nw% and e% of ne% S
1 12 of sw% of nw% and nw% of'
89 -swk and n% of sw' of swtl
1 56 and sa" of ne% of sw% and! I
1 33 n2 of set of sw% and 3 1-3
89 chs e and w by 10 chs n and
1 33 s on w side of se'4 of se
1 33 of s %...- ... .. ... ... ........1414 221'
1 33 'ary N-acemnan.. .. .... oom 5 chs w of ne cor of nwt I
S1 33Of nw . . .. .. 1 4 2
21 1 thence s 7.30 chs e 13.62 chs n
8 1. 7.30 chs w 13.62 chs..... .... i
.. E :nmj Frazier.. .. ... I acre s of R R in nv of nw-4 15'14 .'
7 V \;: Moore .. .. .. ...... orn 140 yds. n of sw cor of nw I 1
o0 s 48 U, 2 ., of nw% ... ... ... .....15'14122
0 686 thence e 70 yds n 7) yds w
0i "2 61 yds s 70 yds .. .. .... .. T
0 3 98 Jni' Jennings...... ... .w4 of nw% ex 2.50 chs n and
0 398I s on n side . . .. '15 14 "2
S l .3 Dan Jn-.nnig.-...... ..... 2 chs n and s on n side of sw) .
6 1 66 3., of nw% ... ... .. ... 15 14 22
9 Mrs P Sanders..... .. ... 132 yds n and s by 368 yds e
and w in se cor of nw% of,
a 1 se 4... .. ..... ... ...."151422
2 16 Fla French Phos Co.. set' of ne! and ne% of se 22
and 14 chs n and s on n side,
S of nw% of set4........... 1151142
0 9 Unknown .. .... ...... net of sw% ........ .......'15 14 22
Sl Heirs of J J Baskin.... nl. of nwt of ne .... 14 ..
1 Mrs M W Hendon.... ...w of nwth.. ... ... ..... .19 14 22
S nknown... ... ... ..... sw of se ....... .. ..... 2014221
2 2 I'nknown. ..... .......e%. of nw ... ............2114
SFla French Phos Co.. corn at ne cor of se% ofnt 14
1 56 thence s 2.50 chs w 20 chs n'
21 6 I 10 chse 20 chs S 7.50 chs .
Mrs I E Morse.. .. ..... 15 chs eand wby 10 chs n and
5 04 s in nw cor of sw of sw' 2314 221
W Luffman & Bro.. .... 414_ft n and s on s side of set'
of w ... ......... ..... .....714
S 32, D H Souter............ sey of ne' and ne1 of AeP.. 9 14 22!
S. J H Hunter... ... .....lw of sw'... ...
79 T Conway......... .je.of e% nd w'% of ne' n and'
1 7 Hunt & ergusonI n of e of nw% ..........30
S1 7 Hunt & Ferguson.. .. ..ne and chs n and3 14'-
s on s side of nw% of ne's. .31114 221
5 79 Stuckey & Tiller... .....n '-ot ne% of sw'% ex 10, 41
) 4 24 e and w by 5 chs n and s in
S 1 22 nw cor and nw' of nw% andl i i
w i. of se4.. .... .. .... 'A
1 52 Stuckey & Tiller.. .. ... e% of seki of nw-t of ,wt4
S2 97 anod s .of nw% of sw% of
)1 1 72 j w and nel'4 of sw.' of sw
)i 1 72 .. .. ... ... ..... ..j3"14
, 4 3~ \W H Walker... ... ... In of nw of SW of s- l-140If'
3 LU n k n o w n . . . . . . .e ..s e. o f n e ....... 1 ... ,
J C French... ... ... ... ft by 390 ft eand;31 "
)8, 48 w in ne cor of sw' of set'a34 L.'.
.J ., Robertson... ... .... e.' of w'I of ne'S ex T & T 134.. I .':
Unknown.............. .w of ne-% ex T & T TT i.361 ,
2 02 Paul Hampton.... ... ... n'; of lots S and 9 s of branch I
7 70 i B x T & T ... ... '..."
J Baldwin. . . .. .... n- of lot 4 ... ....... .1
Unknown.... .... ....... s% of lot 3..... .. ,i14-3
12 41 Laura P Thomas.. .. .....70 chs e and w on e' side of 14 3
1 19 .. ne4 of sw ... .... .. 6.... 4.21
1 3 STtuctkey & Tiller.. .. ... n... of nw.. ...... ... ;23
SR Caampbell.. .. ..... n'. of lot 3.. ....... ......1 14 23
4 1 ; R RA & J D Shaw. .. .... t'5 of it, ex 7.83 chs s., in n% 23
6 76 II r ,tid ex T & T ,-.--
1 96 .1 H J ogan.. .. .... ... l..t 9 .. .. ........... 14
1 j, NMilligan also J C Bald-, 114":4
4 \0 in ... ... ... ... . lot . .
4 Quarles. .. . f .t 14.. .
2 I': P Rentz Lbr Co .. .... se'4 . 1 131141231
1 1t lVa Land Co... ... .....lots 5 9 0 n of river'and 'of11423
lot 3 andr s. of lot S..8 411423
S A M Treadwell... ... ... lots 13 14 15 22 23 2425
sub of se .........
2 96 J Camp... ... ... ..... lots 16 17 l 21 sub of e V'. 2714 231
1 12 Tiller.............. lots 19 29 .29 30 sub of se 143
W W Riley............... lot blk 1 sub of e4 .......... 814 23
Unknown ............ lot 2 blk 5 sub of e% lot 3 bli 3142
6 sub of e%... ....... 3014.
23 70 D D Richardson .... .... n. of lot 1 and e % of lot 4 b1k 1.
22 50 7 sub of e% ..........3.. 142
22 | Unknown....... ......... e % lot l and all of lot i4 l 14
1 56 sub of ...... ... '31
3 77 G R Smith...... ... ..ne ex lot in Custer's ad to 3
OB Howse... .......... seS of sw' and swt of se' sl 3
3 56 E Smith...... ..... ...se o T" .........* -...... 311423
Unknown..... .... ....... net of nwtS ...............3 1 4 ?2
Annie R O'Lite........ lots 39 and 40 'C'st--'s "a" t311422
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2 46 Unknown... ... ... .... blks 2 3 and 4 Paradise- .... 311423
Unknown...... ... .... lots 2 3 4 blk 9 Paradise ..... 423I
2 96 Unknown... ... ........lots 2 3 blk 10 ParadIe- .... 32 14 22
unknown .............. lots 1 3 4 and 2 ex 1 s-'e and -1
w on e side blk 11 ea .3 d, 3
Unknown... ... ... .... lots 3 4 blk 1 Paradise 31 23
248 Unkn"wn......... ....all of blk 13 Paradise ..14 23t
Unknown............... sw% of sw' ex r & -.- ." 3214 263
C J Camp............. e% of se%.... .. -. * 21423
J N Tiller... ... ... ....n' of nw' uf ne' S..**.....341423
$ 56 Unknown............... lot 6 Grahamvi, -." 35 e--t.14 22
Trvin Welhoner........ 12.20 chs n and a by ch5- 31*
and w in sw cot of Of lot*
S Chas n Adams..... ..sw of ne'..." ". ".... * 4 24
U nknown.. .... .. .. .. 17.0 chs n and s on n dcof
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I H Bsye .. ...........
SH Harraves ... ... ...
M 3 Eppprvon ...... ....
p J Bowle... ... ... ....
SJmmIe Langley ... ......
*i ewIt*... ... ... ....
('%%s Chamber ... ... ...
Mrs M R Rice (Pald).....
L ter Austitn... ... ....
K C wmith (Paid) .......
Jom Aldridge. ...... .....
F S Jo es. .. ... ... ....
ha Ford... ... ......
W B Toung ... ... ......
J F I lk ... ... ... .....
W chel ............

I a-tle L Bates... ... ...
L, B tler ... ... ... .....
mt e Wa nehl to... ....
Amiew Sop ......
T IL F. A & W A Wood-
ward... ... ... .....
c-ark. Ray. Johnson Co..
Litua A Garner.. .. ....

Jas Cribbet t .. .. .....
Peadetou heirs (Paid)....
PI m eton 4 Pald).....
Frank JiTerson ........
Jlmmie Langley........
Henry Roddenberry.......
Jimmie Langley .. ......
Vta French Phos Co.. ..
Frtod Summi4- .... ....
aume M Mitchell .. ...
UearS G(sdMen (Paid)...

Mrs L E Ferguson.. ....
Seers of MTf 1 Stafford..
* C smith... ... ... ...
AmuIe Wtevenson.......
Ut wa.............
Shil Ltpeoemb.........
m *9 . .. .. ..

Lettie Simmons (Psid)..

t'yrwo Wilkerflo.. .. ....

Jame Murrell... ... .....

Taylor Sprasina Psld)..
MagWa Spr gain. ........

gtephVi mprag ins.........
MUr M A Phillips......
tic ttprnlint.. ........
bmu Ble1s tPa id......
Som M Mitchell (Paid).
L J Hat-h r *.... ....
IBr4t-> Wilk*-rnhn.... .
C4ru- Wilk."r'n i(Pald)

I h,.unwli
Ho-nning .
19smalog L & I
r. K Lund)
K4d Wriht

I ( .d)
('o (Paid)

lion Agt"c

Matri 1 Htii' *....... -

Mr. P I* Lamb .. .. -
Mary I Harri *........
Marry glgett.........

ajoelie IAP~e- -.

I.ft s

Volabaow U - - **
Ilk" Thoma". ... -. -* :**
W Mott . ........
IWNI pe tkled .... .........
m mmb...(Paid)

w sc ta ........

n ow ta............

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% ofaw% aod *Bl of nw%
S %m of sw5 ex T & T2U118
% ofi m4A and nw% of 0% 801518
SOf% ex 4.6 chbs n an d a on
o nd.243..-4t f *** c3.o*. 115199
teLm e 111 Yds w 43lcors n
111 e 43 yfs... ... .....
43% yds e and W by 34 3-4 yds
a and a ta n e cor. ... ..... 115'i
Com 210 ft a of ne cor of me% 21519
ttence a 210 ft w 320 ft s 40
fte with R R to p o b....
*s of se ex acre to R R. 21519
own at R R crossing on e bdy 21519
thence a 30 ft w 30 ft n 30 ft
e 0 ft... ... ... ... .......
corn 10 ft a of R R crossing on
e bdy ... ... ... ... ....... 215'19
thence w 60 ft n 60 ft e 60 ft
S 4o0 ft...... .......... ...
%e of ne%....... ......... 41519
corn at sw cor of lot 2 blk 4
Romeo... .. .. ... ... ... 615 19
then-e s 271, ft e 95 ft n;
21% ft w 95 ft... ... .. ....
nw% of nw%%4 of nw% .........211519
pw% ... ... . . .... 123 15 19
0. of ne% of ne% ... ... ... 35 1519
v of sw%... ... .. .. ..... 3511519
ne%4 of ne% .. .. .. . . 36415J19
ew ... .. .. .. .......... 36 15l9|
.w* of ne ... .. .. ...... 0
se*% of ni4 and nel of s-%4
and swu-4 of ne1-. of net ..1 2'15-201
140 yds mi in sA cHr of nwv1,
of sw% .. ................. ,5 l-20
sP of s ...... .. . 15 0;
411 of S-f of .e-l ....... .. ,
We% of s-1 ex 7 chs. sq in sw i
cor . . . . . . .. .. 71.' l 20
7.07 chs sq in sw cr of se%' ofC
se % ... ... ... .... .. .. ..1 'O
nw% of ne%4... .... ...... .15. 2
w% of ne% ex T & T ......114115120i
w% of nw% ex 250 yds n andl!
a by 196 yds e and w in swl I
cor... ... ... ... ... ..... 14 151201
n% of sw% of se% and s% of; I |
nw% of se%... ... .... .115 13-20;
70 yds qI in ae cor of n% of ne; 1 i !
% of nw ......... ..... .17115 201
s% of sw% of nw% of nw4-.. 171151201
s% of ne% of nw% of ne%.. 18,152il1
sw% of nw%.%... ... ... .....120J15i20

sw'A of ne % ... ... ... ..... 121,15i20!
ne4 of se'A and e% of nw% ofj I t
se% and n of ne' of swij
of sees ... ... . ... .. .....211151201
ne% of ne% .... ... ... ..... 23115. 20!
s% of ne% of se% of se% ....,241151201
s% of nw% of se1' of se%..i24!15i201
sw %of sw'4 and s%4 of nw'% 1 I
of sw% ... ... ... .... ......28115i20
e% of sw% of sw%4 and 105 ftl I
sq in sw cor of ne%4 of sw4t|301151201
e% of sw% of se% .... ...... 130J15 201
n% of nwT and seLA of nw'A 1 I0 I
and nw's of sw4 ..........131 1520;
ne 4... .. .. .. .. ..... 36115 201
sws4 of St.'% ... ... .. .....1 1,15 21,
sw'% Of nw4. ... ... ... .... 21. 21
s% of ne% ex 420 ft e and wi
by 30 ft n and s in ne cor1 i
and n% of se% ... ... .....I 2115211
nw% of ne%4... ... ..... ... 3115121
nw %of ne% and e' of nw1' j
and ne sof sw'4 ex T & T 513521
nw% of ne' and ne' of nw%4 61521
sw'% of Be%4... ... ... ..... .115212
se% of sw% ...... ... ...... 61521
nw% of nes...... ........ 811521
220 ft n and s by 660 ft e and
w in sw cor of sw%........9151211
com 220 ft n of sw cor..... .. 915 211
theace e 660 ft n 220 ft w 6650 I
ft s 220 ft......... ..... ...I I
com 440 ft n of sw cor...... 915 211
theb e e 660 ft n 220 ft w 660 I:
ft s 220 ft.... ............
7.50 chs e and w by 13 chs n i
and s in sw cor of ne%4 of1 I"
ne . .. . . . . . . 111153 211
wt, of se% of nw'i of se%!11!15 211
coin 630 ft a of ne cor of nw %1 ; '
of se ... .. . .. . .... ... ....ill 1521.
thence s 210 ft w 420 ft n I I
210 ft e 420 ft... ...... .... i I
eit of se%4 of nwu% of se% 4.. 11115 "1:
% e'of nw ........ ... .... 1521
e' of se%4 of nw % of sw'.... 12!15,21!
rnw of nw% ...... .........1315"21
wP of se% of nw%........... 1411521
717 ft e and w by s64 ft n and,
Sin nh cor of s cf nw4. .1;1521
corn 747 ft e of nw ,r of si-- of
S. ... .... ... . ... 15 21
thence 332 ft e 1.16 ft n
.,32 ft 1516 ft ... ... ......
6.66 chs e and on e si e of
S of s ... .. .... ... 'ild .1
n', of neo4...............21.15.21
w of sw ,4 ... ... ... .. ... 2 151 21.
w" of nw%, and nev, of nw's 2715TI21
ne' of nw's... ... ... .....341321-
s. of nw % ... ... .. ...... 341521-
ner' of nw' ex 7 ch sq in llne
cor .. .. . ... ..... t.
all of ex 105 ft sq in nw cor of,11 i
blk 7 Silver Springs. ....... 1115,22
1.12 chs esq in ne cor blk 11 Sil-
ver Springs.. .. **** 1
ne't bik 12- Silver Springs .... 111521
1.59 chl sq in sw cor lot 3 blk' I I
14 Silver Springs.. .. ......) 11522
com 210 ft w of se cor of nw% I
of ne% ... ...... ... .... .. 115:,22
thence n 110 ft w 110 ft s I
110 ft e 110 ft....o .. .....
corn 210 ft s of nw cor of ne' 1 151-'2
thence s 210 ft e 210 ft n 210
ft w 210 ft......... ........*
n of nw %...4........ ...... 1152:
corn 10 chs w of ne cor of s%
of w ... ... ... ... ..... 2 15 2
thence w with R R 210 ft s at
right angle with R R 193 ft e
2M0 ft n 175 ft... ... .......
nw% and n*a of sw%.. .... 21522
s% of ne's of nw ... .... .. 4 15 22
lots 7 and 8 sub of s%.. .... ..41522
lot 37 sub of s9 ....... ... .. 15!22
lot 42 sub of sv .......... 41522
ne' iof neU... ... ........... 1522
S% of ne% of se ........... 5 15 22
n% of se% ... ... .... ...... in 152 "
ne% of ne% ex 140 yds sq In
.e cor. ... ... ..... 7152
lot 3 bik 1 Munden's sub.... 715 22
_w% of bik 11 Munden's sub.. 71522
Iotls 1 2 4 bik 2 Robinson &
SLare's ad Oeala... ....... 715 ::
Hi ts. .. ... ... ro......
.e 66 7 2 bik 7 Marion_
Heigts for 1907... ... 71522
U 6 17 bik J Marion Heights 71522
1iks 1 2 34 66 and lots 1 2 1 4
b I 7 a lots 1 2 3 4 6 1 bik
Sand bWks 91 s and lots 6 6
I blk 11 and blks 12 and 13
S147 f t n and 1492 ft e
*t sw cor ... . 2. 15 -
tem ft w 0 ft..... ...***......**
. m 3-4 of mw' of nes and sw's [
ef e's of sw ex T t T.. 1915 22
me's o e....-........... .1315:
4 o-f me' ofr nw% of s% .... 152

lot 16 sub of nws... .. ..1415!
tot 6 and 15.75 chs n and s by
M em. l e coro o
.... ..... 1515? -




































E B Duncan.... ... ...... corn 33 ft e of aw cor Alvarez
1 00 grant... ... ... ... ........
4 31 thence e 14.14 chs an 14.14 chs
w 14.14 chs s 14.14 chs.. ..
5 79 T R Gary.... ... ... .... nw% of nw%.... ... ... ..... 22
Sam Davis (Paid)..... ... ne% of ne% ex 8.30 chs sq in
I sw cor of ne% of ne' ...... 24
2 0 Isaac Piner... ... ... ...e 5-8 of se% of ne% ........ 24
Sauker White ........ corn 70 yds n of aw cor of nwA 24
1 76 thence n 210 yds e 140 yds s
210 yds w 140 yds for 1907..
H W Taylor.... ... .. nw% of ne% of sw% ex 1 acre
1 31 sq in ne cor........2.... 26
2 97 Ed Lewis... ... ... .... corn 146 2-3 yds w of sw cor of
ne % of see%.......... ..... 26
thence n 330 yds w 146 2-3j
2 32 yds s 330 yds e 146 2-3 ydsj
Unknown.. .. .. .. .....s% of ne0 of sw'% and ne%4 of
ne% of sw% ...... ...... 126
Mrs M E Prater.. .. .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk D Montague..126
2 62 J C DuBois .......... lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 blk G Monta-
11 401 gue.. ......... ......... 26
1L W Drew. ............ lot 16 sub of sent ... ... ..... 28
Fla Lime Co .... ........ e% of se'%4 ex 4 acres to Mat-
tie Ruth... .... ... .. ... 29
1 8, L Rifenberg... ... ... ... corn 115.88 chs s and 30 chs w
95 of ne cor Sanchez grant....
9 27 thence s 6 chs w 20 chs n 6:
2 97i chs e 20 chs ......... ..... .
3 47 known .. .... .. .....corn 20 chs w and 20 chs n of
2 97 se cor of Sanchez grant... .
8 01 I thence w 30 chs n 20 chs e 30
4 0 I chs s 20 chs... ....... ....
J A Young.. .. .... .... Pilots 30 43 sub of w'. of San-
5 58 chez grant.... .... ........
S M 0 H Eichelberger.. ... s% of lot 49 sub of wl, of San-
2 6S chez grant... ... ... .....
5 2.s Unknown.... .. .... .... lots 2 6 7 sub of lot 2.. ...... 30
2 3b Uinknown...... . ...ne'4 of se% ... ... ... ...... 32
Mrs S C Liddons.. .. .... 7.50 chs e and w by 13.50 chs
S45. n and s in ne cor of w1. of
sw% of nw1.. .. .. .. ..33
1 23 Y.ung & Mathis .. .... e% of se4.... ... ... ... .... 33
2 38 Mrs Kate Smith.. .. ....lots 17 and 24 DuBois ad Mon-
5 26 tague... ... ... ... ... ...34
J C DuBois.. .. .. ...... w 3-4 of nw %of sw4 .,.... 35
IMrs M E Prater.. .. .... s %of se% of se%.......... 35
5 65 Mrs M E Prater.... ....sw% of sw'A of nw4.........36
Heirs of E R Hays se% of nw% and ne%4 of sw14
14.2 and 8 chs e and w by 10 chs
n and s in nw cor of se% of
1 ,21 sw% and corn at se cor of
1 46 sw% thence n 10 chs w 12

Land Bought and Sold

Anywhere in Florida


A. FRANK, Manager




Galley 9I


gi gI ;M

8 31
2 47

4 97
5 16
3 77
2 21
13 05
2 77
1 72

8 61
4 24
5 79
5 49
5 79
6 76
3 98





10 17

89 chs s 6.25 chs w 8 chs s 3.75
chs e 20 chs.... ... .......*3615 22
3 77 Frid W Phillips (Paid)... ;s% of nw% ... ... ........... 1 15 23
2 97 J W Sewell.. .. .. ...... se% of sw%... ... ... ..... 1 1523
D G Crenshaw..... .. ... sw% of ne4 and nw% of se' 4 31523
Geo Tooley... ... ... .. wt2 of se% of sw%.... ... ... 41523
6 09 Henry Bayer Sons...... n% of ne% and se% of neA ex
S3 ?! n%/ of ne% of set of ne%... 515 23
93 Unknown.... .. .. ...... sw% of sw% ex T & T.. .... 51523
93 -nknown. ...... .........sw % of nw% and nw'4 of sw14
ex 2 acres in nw cor of sw4t
4 54 of nw-% and ex R R right of
I way... .. .... ... .. . 6 15 23
201 j H McInare.. .. .. .... fwY4 of nwV4 of sw% ... ... .. 71523
1 4 H L Anderson. ..... ....e' of nw' of sw%..... .... 71523
Gibsin & Stutzman..... corn at ne cor of nw%'.......111523
10 83 1 thence s 25.68 chs n 68 degj
5 2:1 w 17.60 chs s 46 deg w 15 chs i
S 9 w 10 chs n 3.40 chs w 16.15
9 7 chs n 20 chs e 40 chs ......
S'nknowt. ... ... ... .. nw% of ne% and n% of sw%4
of ne'4 and se% of se% .... 1315323
7 36 Unknown... ... ... ..... s -..of sw% s of public road.. 151523
2' 47 j Cooper... ... ... ... sel4 of se%4... ... ... ....... 151523
Unknown. ....... .....all s of public road ex T & T 1 15 23
8 00 Sam Bess ....... ... ... 9 chs n and s on n side of ne%4
5 28 of se%4... ... ... ... ..... 1815 23
2 38 s T sistrunk ....... ... s% of se% ...... ... ... ....211523
S 38 j j Fort................ sw% of sw% of nes and nw1
1 67i of se'% and S chs e and w on
i w side of ne %of se.. ..211523
1 -31S T Sistrunk.... ... ..... e% of w% of ne%.... ........ 2115.23
N M Cooner.... ... ... .. se% of se'% of nw% ... ....... 21 15 23
S T Sistrunk.. .... ..... e% of w% and sw% of sw'%
1 5,3 and sw'. of se% and e% of
se4 V .... .... ... ..... ...... 221523
'Unnkown... ... ... ....;w %of nw'% and nw% of sw% 22 15 23
1 53 Laura D Thomas...... .is 1-3 of nw% of neo% .. .. .... 2361523
Fla French Phos Co.. .... ne% and sw% of nw% and nw
i % of sw% ex 210 ft sq in se
3 57 cor ex T & T .. ........ .. 311523
1 46 j J Fort ..... ..........n% of nw4..... .. ...... 31 15 23
Fla French Phos Co .. ..nw% ex se% of nw% of nw's
: and ex sw %of ne% of nw% 32 15 23
!N M Cooner.... ... ... ... nw 4 ex T & T... ... ....... 331523
2 12 Stuckey & Tiller .. .. ..ne% of sw% and se'4 of sw %
1 46 and w% of se ... ..... ... 33 15 23
1 72 Unknown. .............. ne%4 and se'% of se' ex T & T 33 15 23
1 22 L'nknown. .. .........n% of ne%.... ......... ... 11524
3 47 Henning L & I Co. ..... n% of ne% and% 'of nws and nw and
2 47 i swy4 of sel/. ........... 31151241
4 24 Unknown .. ... ... ..... n' of nw% and se% of sen4.. 3115124|
E N Webb... ... ........ ri/ of sen ex 7 chs sq in se. 1
3 27 1 cor and ex 7 ens sq in sw corl 8115124!
t'has S Adams.... ... ... seI of se% ......... ... ..... 111151241
chah. S Adams.... ... ..n %of ne% and sw's of net j
I ; and s of nws and se'4 of! !
2 6.'. se' andi w% of se' and el | ,
of sw .. ... . . . ... ."13l1- 24;
3 27F: U Cordrvy.y....... .... e of nw4 of nw.4 ex 5 chs
,2 87 sq in nw cor .. ... ... ... 17l15"24j
971J R Peebles... ... ....... sw4 of nw% of nw% ....... 18115124j
5 4 w R c. ...... .. .....s. e ... ...... ......... .... .1 1524|
9 1 I. Bridges.. . ... .... sw of sw ........ .. .. 1.201153241
97i Amenrican Phos Co.. .... neI4 o9f sw'4............. .. 1.. il24
S V. Smith... .... ... ... n of' sw's of sw ..... ......-27!5 :24
3 2 ; A M Higgins...... ...... lot 2.......... .... ... ... ...36115,24C
ij J Hudi.-ll............ con 8.33 chs w and 2.30 chs n; 1 j1
1 01, of se cor of ne 4 of nw'%... 30Y151"25
thence e 11.40 chs s 55 deg el
3 03 7.68 chs e 2.32 chs n 22 chs
1 72 w 2 chs s 17.07 chs........ .
U'nknowii... ... .... .... s of se s...... ... ... ... 12 16118
1 01 Unknown... ... ... ....ne% of ne....... ... ... ...1316 18
Dunnellon Phos Co... ... ne'4 of nw's... ... ... ..... 191618
ULnknown... ........ .. sw of nw%....... ... ..... 19,16181
R P Priest... ... ... .....sw% of ne% of ne%.. .. .. 2116 18
2 12 Unknown.. .. ...... .lot 1562............... .... 25,16 181
Morrow & Waters....... lots 1 to 6 and 9 to 22 and 26. |
to 55 inc ex lots 6 55 Tomp-
1 82 kins' ad to Dunnellon in sw' 1
4 24 of nw%4......... ... ..... 25 16,18
EE Conversy.... ... .... lot 55 Tompkins' ad to Dunnel-.
Ion in sw% of nw's.. ....25 16118
G E McMurtry ...... ...lots 135 136 137 155 156 Tomp- |
kins' ad Dunnellon in sw% of
2 92 nw% .. .... ... ... ... ....|1251161 18
8 01 Unknown.... ... ... ..... nw%4 of se% of se%4.... .... 2716113
1 96 J S Williams. .......... lot 20 Watkins' ad Dunnellon 27 16118
1 46 Mary E Vogt... ... .....e% of nw% and sw% of nw'143116 18
95 Unknown... ......... w% of se'% of ne% and e%. of,
95 ne'% of se%... ... ... ......13116 18
2 97 Unknown... ... ... ... sw of ne% and nw% of sw%',
1 72 and s% of s% n of river .... 321618
4 24 Ray & Anderson.... ... ..lots 1 to 19 inc Dunnellon.... 351618
Elisa Giles... ...... ... lot 36 Dunnellon... ........ 35 16118
4 54 Unknown (Paid.... ......lot 41 Dunnellon.... ... ..... 35 16118;
95 Ra) & Anderson.. .. ....lots 75 to 109 ex lots 86 and I
2 97 133 to 142 and 148 to 160 and
167 to 265 and 291 to 301 and
2 02 308 to 313 Dunnellon.... .... 35.16 18
Mrs R E Vann. ... ..... lots 379 380 Dunnellon.. .... 35 1618
4 04 C T Miller.... ... ... ... lots 389 390 Duanellon.........35 16 18
L M Ray... ... ... ..... lots 422 423 437 438 Dunnellon 35"16 181
4 04 Mrs C C astel. ........ 25ft n and s by 76 ft e and w
95 in se cor lot 521 Dunnellon.. 35 16 18
Mrs N A Hargraves.. .... lot 528 Dunnellon............ 35 1618
Morro & Waters.........lot 557 Dulnellonl.... ......351618s
W H Stephens.... ......lot 566 Dunnellon...... ....35 1618
Camp Phos Co...... ...lots 894 895 12 898 8290 900
14 26 Dunnellon................ 35 1618
Unknown..............tlots 2897 01 DunneUon...... 351618
Unknown... ... ......lot 8299 Dunnelton.. ........351618
lnknown... o.... .. ...lots 1337 1396 Duanelon.. .. .. 35 16181
6 3T W P McKinney .. ....... lots 125 1270 122T 1274 1214 I
1298 1408 Dunnelton.......3511618
79 Unknown...............tots 1220 1224 1204 Dunnelton 35116181
1 96 D H Cotton...... .....lots 1228 122 Dunnellon .. ...35;16 18
1 72 Balloon A Moultrie. .....tot 1250 Dunnelton........... 35 16 18
1 72 T L Lowrie.............lots 1257 1258 1277 178 Dun-
1 46 nellon...... ... ..........35 16 1I
5 T D Weeden............lot 1269 Dunnellon......... 35 16.18|

T L Lowrie... ... ......lots 1283 1284 1286 1289 1299 1,
8 61 1300 Dunnellon ........ .. 35 16i18;

5 79
8 01

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W H & T J Mills (Paild) .. lota 1401 1402 1406 1407 Dualt.- |
Ion... ... ... ... ... .....< Mrs A A Leitner ........lots 1409 1410 1411 1412 Dun*
nellon... ... ... ... ...... U3118
Heirs of H G Kean.. .... lot 1414 Dunnellon.. .. .. .....&518 8l
B F Lyons...... .. .... lot 1415 Dunnellon..... .... .... 31931
Thos D Roberts.. .. ....lot 1841 Dunnellon.. .. .. ..... 3611ls
D G Watkins.. .. .. ... lots 1873 1877 1913 1915 Dunnel-
Ion...... ... ... ... ....... 35141
Camp Phos Co, also D G
Watkins.... ... ... ..lot 1876 DunneHon.. .. .. ....136 11t5
Myra McMillon.. .. .... ne% of swf and e% of set ex,
T & T. ................ 7 16 1l
Wm H Gotwald.. .. .... w% of nw % and e% ex T &" T l 19
S E Field (Paid) ......... nwk... ................. 191|
T T Austin.. .. ........ 198 yds n and s by 74 yds e and.
w In se cor of ne4 of neb ofl 1
nw% ... ... ... ... .. .. 1116
Buttgenbach & Co.. ..... s 3-4 of e% of sw ........... .11-14
Clif Livingston (Paid).... n% of sw %ex w% of nesj of t
sw%4. ....... ... ... .... 113,16 1
Clif Livingston (Paid).... s% of ne% and ne% of ne% of ,1
s e%..... ** **. ** .............|l 41l
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15 22,
15 22 10.

15 221 76
15 22

15 22

15 221 20
15 221 410

1522 10

15 22 10
15 22 30
.1522 10
15 22 10

Rt L Barnes co..... ... ..:: : L Un*o % of nw w of R R 11019 1
G N Dorr...... ...... .se ex ne' of set*.. .. .... 2 ,Il
G H Dorr...... ....... ne% ofo se...... .. ....... 2S 1
Petteway Homrne & Co.. s% of neos. ........... ... il
Lewis Harviell .. .... .s of nw% of neo ... ... ...3$I
C Y Miller... ... ... ... nw% of nw%... ... ... ..... Il 1I
Arch Jacobs.. .. ............ ne% of sw....... .......... 11$3
Horne Norman f Co.. .. n% of ne'% and se' of me'. .2216
L Howne... Co... .... .. e% of sw%' oa nwd esw d %of -
Moses Archie.. ..........07 chs sq in ne cor of nw l's ilStiUa
Hone Norman Co.. w of nw ex T ......
Easter Owenhl............. wse% of sw ..... ........ 1il1
J F Shands. ..... ....... s9 of nw% of me%.. .. .. .. 41 32
Unknown.... .... .... .... s of se% of nw% and S% o e I
nw4 of se80 of nw% .... .. ..612t
F G Buhl.. .. .... ...... se' of se'.. .............. ,11621
F G Buhl.... ... ... ... .. w% of sw34....... ........'11121
Richard Cain.... ... ... ..corn 45.08 chs e and 19.57 chs
n of sw cor of nwk.. .. .. l2'111
thence n 2.72 chs e 10.68 chs
to w bdy grant so with grant
to pt e of com w 11.57 chs to
P o b...... ... ... ...
Clara Wise. ..... corn 12.29 chs n of e cor of me
S...... ...... ... ... ...1131621
thence 7.90 chs n 6.33 ch, e; '
7.90 chs s 6.33 che.. .. ....I )
Louisa Norman.... ... ... n% of ne% ex 5 acres to Cun- .
ningham...... ........... 1411621
Henning L & I Co.. .... s' of sw's......... "........ 314
Thos Wilson ............ nww of ne ...... .... .11
Wiley Moseley .... ...... w% of ne% ... ...... ... 30116
Dan Moseley.......... nw% of nw... ... ..... 3011,"
John Harvey. trustee.... % acre sq in fe cor of ne q of i "
nw % ... ... ... ... ........ 301 16:1'
C B Clark .............. ne% of net ... .... ... ..... 3216
Henning L & I Co.. .. .. ne% and w14 of seL, and 3!4 ,
of se .... . ... ...... 1:, -
W S West .... ....... .. nl of se' ... ... .....t... 1
E C Smith. ...... ......1w' of ne',,... .. ....... ,tt.
D R Wright (Paid).......sw% of sw ........ I '.".-
Young & Mathis.... .....nw% w of R R and nw% of ,
sw,4 and se' of .wo r .16'L
Young & Mathis..... .... swy of sw%... ... ...t...
L 1. Allen.... .... ...... lot C White's sub of It "2 Hy-
julius grant. . 2'
.1rs M A Barnes....... .com 16.32 chs w and 26.95 ch.
n of se cor... ... ... .. .. 7 14''
thence w 18.10 chs n 26.: 0 ch ',
e 18.10 chs a 26.95 chs .
Isaac Barden.. .. ...... coni at n% cor lot s Brown
& Dial's sub of Hyjullus
grant-townships 1 and .... 6
thence n 54 deg e 346 ft 131 ,
deg e 650 ft s 45 deg w 3461 i
ft n 13 deg w 650 ft...... .
I H Whitworth.. .... .. n/ of nk. of lot I and all of lot'
2 sub of G S Barne.' place I
Hyjulius grant-tps 15 and Ilei-
Heirs of Geo Colse.. .... corn at ne cor of Dorman por-
tion Hyjulius grant-tpI I.,
and...... ... ... ......... 1.2
thence n 16 deg 55 min w i
13.88 chs as 5 deg 30 min w;
30 chs s 16 (er 55 min e 13.134
chs n 53 deg 30 min e 30 chs,
Wiley Mosby.. .... .. ..corn 44.66 chs n 14 deg w andl
n 55 deg e 46 chs from a '
cor Hyjulius grant tps 15 and IS&a
thence n 55 deg e 16.15 chs
n 14 deg w 13.06 chs a 566
deg e 5.16 chs n 14 deg w
10.34 chs a 55 deg w 121.3
chs s 14 deg 23.40 cs....
Leroy Woodward.. .. ... com 26.72 chs a 14 deg w and'
20.67 chs a 55 deg e from sw
cor Hyjulus grant-tpsi 15 &
thence n 14 deo w 17.94 chs
a 55 deg e 12 chs a 14 de
e 17.94 chs a 55 deog w 12 eb
L L Allen.. .. .. ........ ne of sw%. ....... .....
T R Gary........ ....... w% of ne% of se%' and nw'"
of se% and se4 of so % i.. :
Young A Mathbis.. .. .... ne ofB ae. .....e of .... .e'
Wm Edwards... ... .....sw% of ne% exx chs '
ne cor ... ..... ... ..... '* 1 2
TR Gary............. wofsw% ofsw% and e% or -
Ed Maxey... ... ... ..... cs and w'on w d......e ..
or neo4... .... ... h1rJ-
W M Jenkins (Paid)..... aw. of nw.............. ..
.... of w......-""......... 1z
Fla Lime Co.... .... .... e % of se% of sw.........
Peter Wright.... .... ...asw% of se%.... ... ......
Peter Wright.... ..... .s of nw%4 of noe% ..' ii2.
Maggie Howell .......... corn 120 ft e and 20 ft of '
cor.. ..... .... ..... 14
thence e 3.35 chs 3 c3.1 w h or
!.47 chs n to po b... ...
L J Little........ ......con 20 ft s and 100 ft e of nw
e r... 3... ...*... .... 1-14 is 22
thencee3.5 chs 1 a 411
w 3.47 chs n with RR Rto
o b ...... ... .. ... .......
Maggie Howell.. .. ....lot 3 Cline's ad Santo.... ... 14 22
Sam Damon..... .... ....nw% of nwk of swI 'i .. .


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6 39

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8 31
2 02
5 49
2 97

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.. ....AMt 44 BeckettW plantation .... 4122 10 1 72
.. ......lot O Bket's pllatation.... 216 22 5 1 4
.......tot TI Beckett's plantation.... 261622 5 122
..... .......w% a tsw%...... ... ... .....281.22 80 2 64
...... .. ..aw% of sw% ... .........30 .122 40 2 4
S .......W % of w ... ... ........ 311622 40 1 54
S ."". ...% o :w% ex T & T:......:.:.: 6 A 40 2 64
S ... ... .... .... ...... 321622 40 2 21
O (PM ). % oi te %of ne%........... 331622 20 1 54
......... .....e% of nw%... ............. 33 16 22 80 3 98
.............t sub of nw% of nw%.... 361622 5 1 2:
..... e 3-4 of ne% of nw%.........361622 30 2 91
1hmCe .... ..aI of sw% ex T & T ...... 61623 80 2 9;
......- e% of ne% and n% of nw%
anwaAd e% of sw% nad se% ex
4.11 chb e and w by 13 chs n
and a In me cor of sw% of se
% ex T & T... .... ... ... 716231 315 14 2;
,amr& ?hm 3 Co...... sw% of nw %and nw% of sw%1
x T & T.... .. .. .. ..... 81623 80 4 78
6 -M 1he 0Ce.... ...... w% of ne% and e% of sw'
gfj uand w% of se %U... ... .....'101623i 240 6 8(
& 0e.... ..e% of me%... ... ... ... .....101623 80 4 24
F A g .... ......a% of BW% of se%..........1141623 360 10 53
S lr C .... ......e% of se%... ... ... ... ...|141623 80 2 4'
& Mao .... .....e% of ne%.... ... ......... .15 16231 80 5 49
........ ...... ne% of se% of sw% ,..........1516 23' 10 95
...........w 3-4 of n% and nw%4 of sw 115 16 23 280 5 75
nPs Co.... .. n% of ne% ex T & T.. .. ....181623 80 297
CI ... .........blk 120 Welshton.. .. .. ....151623 10 1 72
Cr w ... ... ... ... comn 0 ft w of nw cor blk 112
Welshton.... .......... .. 151623
thence w 60 ft to lake s with
lake 60 ft e to pt s of corn n
4" ft. ... 161623 4.50 2 66
A Oe. .... .... ...... com ft w of nw cor blk 120
Walbton................ 161623
tthee w to lake a with lake
400 ft e to cor of Spring St n
to p o b.... ..... ... ..... 3 2 66
S.......... all of blk 215 Welshton......16 16 23 10 95
mAl & ....... ... w% of ne% of se%.. .. .... 2316 23 10 1 41
. .. .. .. .. .. of sw% of se%.. .. .. .. 241623 20 1 22
.. ... ..........t 17 CtaIder. .............'25 123 6 1 46
....... ...I% of lot 19 Candler...... ..25 16 23 2.50 1 22
.. ...........lots 2 to 7 lnc sub of lot 53
Candler......... .... 261623 3 1 01
.. ... ......... w% of ae%o of ne% ofne'%.. 261623 5 2 97
6T D O st.. .. ....*% of lots 1 and 2 blk C Belle-
view... ... ... ... ... .. 4 54
..I .... ... ...... lot i blk 28 Bellevlew.... .... 8 01
ta... .... ... .... lots 4 5 and e% of 4 blk 30
Belieview....... ... ... 13 35

. . ....... ot bik 30 Belleview.. .. ..
... ... ......tot 1 2 d 7 blk 36 Belleview..
*.....Iot 1 blk 44 Belleview........
iU'... .......!lot 10 blk 57 Belleview......
LMMI........... ieoto 1 and 2 blk 64 Belleview
..... ... .....tlot 2 3 4 blk C5 Belleview....
.. ...... ... lts I and 9 blk 6S Belleview
o(PaM).. all of blks 80 81 Belleview....
... ......... lot 1 blk 84 Belleview ......
S-we.. ..t.. ..lot 1 blk 85 Belleview......
l o t Ma ... ..... lot blk 0 Belleview ......
.. .. ....... ..... lots 5 7 8 blk 95 Belleview.
.A N ...... lot 4 blk 9 Belleview......
IW I'-.. (.. M.).... lot 6 blk 108 Belleview......
.. .. .. ........ tot 10 blk 116 Belleview........
*.. .. **........... lots 1 4 5 8 9 blk 121 Belleview
B .. ... ........... lots 1 and 2 blk 133 Belleview
... ..... ....... lot 4 blk 134 Belleview.....:
.. .. .. ..... lot 6 blk 134 Belleview......
. ... ... ..... ...l tots 5 8 blk 138 Belleview.. ..
A WUMMg... .... sw % of ne% e of R R... ..... 3
P.. .... ...... corn at nw cor of se% of sw% 3
thence e 7.91 chs s 6.32 chs e
4 chs n 19.25 chs w 1.91 chs
n 2.07 chs w 10 chs s 15 chs
.t.d..m.........unws of ne... .... ... .....
I :...... ......' w', of ne% and s% of nw'A
and nw% of se% and n of
nw% of sw% ... ... ... ..

h a... ........ ....:ew% of se%... ... ... .....
~.. ... tlots 4 5 plat book A pg 102
i.--I~mm H-... !..... of ne% of ne%4.... .. .... li
S. .. ... % of e of ne,4 and sw4 of!
Sm% of ne%4 and seW of sw%4
of ne% ... ... ... ... ..... I
L & L & 0. ...... t% of nw% ...... ... ... ... 2
... .. ............... sw' of ne% ex 9 chs sq in se

or. .. ... ... ... ... ..... 23 16 24
i l L, I C... ...sw% of fte% ... ... ... ... 2716 24
SL11.. ... :% of ne% of se4 and n% of
e%, of ve'w and nw% of se% 27 16 24
g ttai .........; w' of lot com 8.47 chs n of sw t
S cor of se% ... ... ... ..... 32 16'24
thence 2% deg e 4.95 chs
Sn 3.72 chs w 4.37 chs s 1431
chs( ... ... ... ... ... ..... ;
am..- M- . *..lots 13 19 Oklawaha.. .. ....321624
M6e & Ir%...w of nw%............ .33 1624
n D -"ks... ..... w of ne ...... .......1191625
....rt... .. ..... 3-4 of ne% of nw% and n 5-81
of set aof nw%...... .. 191625
. .... ......... com 470 ft w of se cor of lot 1124!16 261
thence n 705 ft w 1070 ft si
703 ft e 1070 ft.... .... ....
S.... 9 and 17 Summit.. .. .... 36 16 26
C Ml" .eti of swt and sw% of se% I
ex T & T............. 14i17 19
Whi Wtl" .. k* of se ex T & T...... 717 20.
M-- N.an & Co .... s t of ne and sec' of nw' 1
and tiv' of swi, and nw\v'4
-of -w ex T & T ...........114!17T20
C Wittnm ...... n ."sof nc", and w 1o2f sw\\' of 1'
ne4. ex T & T.. .... ...... 18i17120
t . *' of s (f, of ne', .. ..,Is 17'20
SP. .hal **"' ",f sw' u-nd f' int.. .. 1 1jl70!
,wmsn a C" .. *',, of nt'4 and n't of se' x x
T & T......... ......... 2717 20!
S(tn0 ; &A (,A .n %" of s, %, and st.. of sW\\ 1
,x T & T. ....... ... ... 2517120
S%. rm a A (& .. o"' "f it", and tiw 14of ne'4 (
T & T . . . .... .'!
e ur mane & Co .. *** . ... .. 33 17 240E
1. I Co . . of 1,,. I;tl s<'4 of nI\I '4 ,
:ad \ '- of n\\ 4 aind sw'4.
,i ,t x T & T.. .. .... 1 17 '1'
SI l l ..... 'of f .- ... 1 17 21!
W Williams .... "f I*t. .. ... ... 12 21'
S . l of s oif s"x 14 . ... .. 2 17 11!
....... t f s 14' of s \ .. ...... 12'1721
t q ry ..... 4 of s ... .. .. .2.. 23. 17,21
S Wa .. .. l e*4 f I'4 *f ne4 alnd W14, I
of n.1'* and *'12 of swxZ 14 of r

S t .. ....* '1 of n1"\ of ni.e,` of n''1..4 217 22;
.n ......... '* of n i, ..... .. .... ..... . .
A 4~A7 *.4d l*Pad)....... 1n of t*-'4 of st"',4 of set4 and
3-4 if ine', of st'14 and st-.'
of \i 14 If ,,t' iof se ,f and I 1
.' ,' oIf S" l.4 of st'4 .... .... 2 17.'
II .... n- AIf 4 of se4 of st 2 1722
S*** n . .... '*? of n 4. ..- ... .. ... ... . 17.22
Stl i.i. ... .. '. . 4 . . . l :I
'" . . . .. . ... .
PW Igw- tslatd). .... of n\\ '4... ... ... ...... 12 17:"2!
414 ,tt1* 1 '1 3.6>4 uhs n ,of vw cor of se4 13 17 22
-th'enct'* *;.16 ihs e 20 'hs s I
16 16 ch w 2.'0 chs.... .... t i
||- it 1I. & I C'o ..... S% r of nw andt sw' of s\\% '
.*x T & T .. .... .... . 1722

U 1V Imall P'IJd). ........ II ,'x Il.e of e',, of nw v '
,and 4x se'4 of nwi4 ex T &

... ... ..... .... .... .. .... .. 17. 22
4-*i 4)....... *** of > and wt%% 1 it o i L
to nd n.* .f se t' ex T & T'4r17 24'
S a.c... ... ..... k'.. of s.t*4 .. . .17 22>
r4li| n.., 2f )', T & ,'2

.. of n,.-i .. ...............'25 17 ""
8D *AIvlyttel ....--"..* " "f'\ and sW'%, of se1 35'.17.22
... ...... ... all -if e'x 4 w- o N4 f se` ... ..... 36*17i22
.* h.. . .... ..... 12* "f 's ex at res to Gal- t
r loay... ..................17.23
... .. .. ..... .lots 7 antid blk 2 sub of ne1 5417 23
S bl. ...k 3 $ ub of ne4 ...... 3517. 3
.. . ...... ...... ktt blk 4 sub of nt'-e .. .. .. 51723
Sm.t.. ............*** ** of nw'a ex exl of ne'4 of
t Isa t of nw', and ex s'2 of I
S'e% of s .% of nw%....... C17 23

...... *... **........* of se%4 of awi of nw'.. 61723
... ... .......lot 15 Pss sbu of nw %... ....6 1723















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b Mrs J T Shumaker.. ....e% of sw% of ne%4 of nw5..177123 5 68
R S Hall... ... ... ..... 1035 ft e and w by 470 ft n and
2 s in nw cor of ne% of sw%11717 23 11 4 07
6 Mary Graham.... ... .... corn at se cor Durrance lot"
SSummerfield...... ...... 1717 23
thence e 40 ft n 60 ft w 40 ft
4 s 60 ft...... ... ... ... ... 2 23
1 W Dickerson.. ... ...... corn 32 chs s of ne cor........ 17 17 23
$ thence w 10 chs s 8 chs e 10
chs n 8 chs ... ... ... ..... 1 8, 2 16
, W P Strunk... ... ...... n of ne% and ne%4 of nw% 1917;23! 1201 9 27
7 Nathan Mayo.. ......... se% of neY4............... 19 17!23 40[ 2 66
7 L Elkins............... 7.07 chs sq in nw cor of n "e' | i
of se%5... ... ... ... ..... 2011723 5 1 63
(arney Phos Co..... .... s% of ne%4 ex sw% of sw% of
ne% and se% of nw%4 and I
s.j of se4.... ........... ...2011723 190 16 49
5 P Tickler...... ... .....sw4 of sw% of ne% .. .. ....2011723 10 1 33
C(arney Phos Co ......... sw% of nw 4... ..... ...21117123 40 4 86
8 G W Hector............ w 1-3 of sw14 of sw%......!2117423 13.33, 1 56
G W Hector... ... ... .. lot 7 sub of n, of sh.. ....121!17i23 15| 1 56
SH M Goethe & Co.... ..... lot 1... ... ... ... ........ 231723 71 5 49
4Mrs E Briggs... ... ..... nw of se4 of n, of lot 3.. 2517 23 2.07 1 72
3 D E Millholland... ... .. co m15 chs e of sw cor lot 7.. 25,17 t23
7 thence n 20 chs e 7.50 chs s
S20 chs w 7.50 chs .......... . 151 2 56
Anna A Darwin.... ...... ne% of ne% of nw%4 ex 3.16
chs sq in ne cor and ex 3.15
Schs sq In nw cor.. ........ 2611723 S' 3 57
9 J E Kemp... ... ... ... 768 chs sq in ne cor of nw' t -
of nw% ... ... ... . ...... 26'17 23! 1 32
M E Gillett... ... ......e 3-8 of ne% of se ... .....1271171231 1., 89
P A Wooley.... ... ...... nwY4 of ne' and ne4 of nw%29117'231 s 0 4 S6
W P Strunk... ... ..... w% of ne ... ... ......... 30!17123 Rol 3 10
6 L B Branch... ... ... ... n. % of sw%. ...... ... ....... 30171231 So! 5 74
J P Driggers............. ne% of se'4 ................. 3017 23! 40 2 66
W S West.. ........... e% of neY4... ... ... .... .3111723 SO 3 10
Mrs C Brinson.... ... .... s% of se% of nw% of ne'4.. 31 17123i 68
Susan M Smith.... ... ... sl of se%4 and ne% of se3! w I
6 of R R .... .......... ...31 17123i 9S1 5 16
Mrs M Saborg... ... ... w of ne% ... ... ...... ....[3 17[23 80 2 97
ST H Harrison.... .... ..los 115 161 Weir Park...... 4 17241 1 46
SR Y Lovell.. .. .. ......4*lot 156 Weir Park........... 417241 95
Mrs W S Wallace...... lot bd s by Lake Weir w by
6 Pollard n by public road e by l
Turnley's lot sub of lot 5.. 51724 5 3 37
Mrs F R Gary.. .. ......lot 8... ... .. ......... .... 517241 471 1 22
R Y Lovell .... .. ....... fractl part of lot 3.... ..... 6 17 241 14 1 72
Reirs of W C Eagleton... corn at Lake Weir 7.40 chs w 6 T l
I of e bdy lot 5..... ... ..... 6!7124
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
Se to p o b...... ........... 1 54 4 47
2W L Bard..... ... ....... corn at sw cor of lot 2........ 19117 24,
2 thence e 7 1-6 chs n 6 chs w I |
5 10 5-6 chs s 6 chs e 3 4-6 chs 1 6.50 5 34
W A Guthery........... co mat ne cor lot 2.... .... .. 20'17 24
thence w 45 deg 45 min n
9.23 chs s 20 deg w 3.75 chs 5 14
s 55 deg e 9.27 chs n 2.75 chs 5 14
7rnknown... ...... ..... 224 ft e and w on w side of lot! I
5 ex 340 ftn and s and ex 30!
ft street on w side .... ....12011' 24' 4.50! 3 57
Mack Jemison.. .. .. ... 7.03 chs e and w by 19.06 chs n'1 j I [
and s in sw cor of nw1 .... 21 17'24) 15 3 27
J C Hannah... ........ si of n,'- of sw4 of nel .... 2 l17'241 10! 1 22
Jno S Kenyon...........n2 of nw%, of sw of se- .21'17:24i -' 2 97
Unknown... ... ... ... nw% of se'4 of sw% and s1 I
of setj of se'4 of sw% and! I
corm 13 chs s of nw cor of nwl | | I
1/4 Of sw 4 .. .... ... ... i2 T -24; i
thence s 5 chs e 10 chs rn 5[
chs w 10 chs......... ... ... I 2 02 4 47
Ulmer & Co. ... ........ e of sw of se4 .... .... .. 2117124! 2E 1 46
Unknown ...... ....... e.. of ne04 of se ... ... ....21,1724 20] 2 97
Fla Ftz Mfg Co.... .... n' of nw' of sw%4.. ....... 22117-24, 20| 2 97
R G Allsopp...... ......s of se'4...... .... ....... 23117124' SO 2 97
C F Waterman..........ne' of se4 of se .. .. .... 2417l24 10 1 72
Ulemr & Co ... ........ swd of ne4 and se'4 of nw j [I
and ne of sw% and nw'4 of I
I se' ...... ... ... .. ..... 26;17124 1601 6 09
Albert Underhill.. .. ... nw4 rf nw ex T & T.... .. 27j17124 40 2 97
Martha Cox.... ... .......w' of sw% of ne'4 of nw%. 2717124, 5 1 22
Mray E Underhill... ....isw of nw4 ...............2711724 40 4 24
J W Mclntosh...........3.50 chs e and w by 10 chs n |
I and s in nw cor of sw .... 28'1724 : 3.50 1 52
N W Williams ....... ...comrn 5 chs e of sw cor.. ... ...291171.4
j thence n 20 chs e 5 chs s 20 4 i 1
chs w 5 chs... ... .. ........I I 10 2 32
Joe Johnson... ..........s 3-4 of nw% of se% w of R Rj29 171241 20 2 97
A J Willis..............;w'j of nw% of se'%4 of nw4k..'29 17'241 5 1 72
Masonic Lodge, Col. ...... corn at ne cor lot 1 blk 1 So
I Lake W eir ...... .......... 29 17124
I thence w 130 ft s 170 ft e 130 1
ft n 170 ft... ......... .... .50 2 62
Unknown... ... .... .... 'n of s of blk 3 S Lake Weir:29 1724 2 2 97
S Lehman... ..... ... 90 ft n and s by 106 ft e and
w on n end lot 1 blk 17 S
Lake Weir.... .. .. ...... 29 17 24 2 32
Chas L Brannon... ..... lots 4 and 5 blk 19 S Lake Weir 29,17 24 6 76
J H Treat...... ........2.50 chs n and s by 2 chs e and
w in se cor... ............301724 .50 1 25
W L Bard. ...... ......6 chs e and w by 10 chs n and
s in ne cor of nw%........ 301724 6! 3 27
E P Faunce....... ...... 5 chs sq in nw cor of ne% of I |
sw% ... . . ... ..... 3017i24 2.50 10 83
N W Williams. ..... .... sw% of sw %of se%........ ;30|17t24, 10 1 46
ULimer & Co. ........... n' of sw,! and s% of s1, of ) $ I
nw \4 ... . .. ....... 321171'241 100 S 31
\V R Peterson... ... ...s. of nw'4 of nw,3.... ".....3317 24 2o 1 22
Unknown... ... ... .... nw l.of nwvt4 and n., of se'4 l
of nw% ....... ......... .... 34!17 24 60 5 79
Sumter Co Fla Land Co.. e12 of se and swx of se't I j
and se4 of sw\'.... ..... 3517 24 160 S 31
WV R Peterson...... .... s'1 of nw' and sw of ne'4 I
and n' of sw . .. ... .. . 3617 24' -2001 13 35
S P Sly............ .. s\\ of sw, and swv of se1/4 3617241 Si> 2 47
J B Martin....... ...... corn 84 1-3 yds s of nw cor of i
. a thence e 165 yds n 812 degl I I
w 172 1-3 yds w 30 5-6 yds! '
n 332 yds w 129 yds s 524 ;
y s ....... .... ... .. .. . l. 1 :> 06
H"i'h Young............ svtE of se'4 e of river........I1 17'2.j 7 1 72

Ed vward Mann... ... .... lot 9 sub of tl.. of n\vw 4 ......'21 17 25: '' 3 S9
Mrs P V Morley... ..... st'4 of se'-4 ... ... ... . . 617 40 1 5i
Mrs P V Morley... ... s-4 f so k for 1907 .. .. .... 6 17 27, 40' 1 >56
C C Higginbotham (Paid).,". of n\0'4 andl ne, of s\'. 27 1 71 l." 3 9s
C C Higginbotham (Paid). \ t 4 of s"'4 ex 3.1p chs e and i
w by 14.94 chs n and s in sw 1
r.' .. .. . ..... .. ..... 17 35 2 16
C Higginbotham (Paid). lot 9 sub of n+'4 of s W14 . ..2917..25 7 6S
Jno A Graham.......... .se1, of nel4 and se'4 of.......'33 172 ':,7 2n'1 4 86
Peninsula Naval Stores Cone '4of s\v.4... .... ... ....3. 5'17'25- 4i' 1 33
A S Houston.. .... .... lot 5 blk 113 Higlhy. .... . 3517 25i 5 68
Vaughn & Avery .. .. .. s\\4 of nw' ......... ...... 1717 26 4,W I1 77
Vaughn & Avery.. .. .... e14 of nev ... ... ... ......'14 1 ,2; 4< 1 77
Roy Benjaimn .. ........lot 13 laywooil se s 13 arn,. 24 1T 6 i 1 33
.\M Dobrossky.. .. .. .... \%L., of nft'o of n\"'4 of ne4 .. 24 17'26! .' 9
3 1.iin. ... ... ...... com at nw c.or of ne,4 of nw 4' 24 17261 i
thence e 15 chs s 10 chs e 51 | |
chs s 4 v!hs \w 20 chs n 14 hs' 3 1 49
W;n C Hernian............. 1 of se14 of 14 .... .... 1 72! 2 21
S ,1 W\V rrn... ... ...... '. of \ 4 of s, '2 -'1 2"' 1 1 2
F-'pir,, Land Co... ..... v. '4 of ne'4 ... ........... 2. 2 1 21 I' 2 21
.1 U liam ... . . ... ... ..... of e............... I 7
E .\ B'li kenstaff.... .... ',. of s e4 of 1n\% anl 12 '
Sand s |by 10 chs e and \ i'
ii\\ cor of 4s1 of 1n :;4 17 '6 3"6 2 S
Ml.ry Bane... .. ... ... '. of s- i of nw' and 'R 1 h
n! and s by 1' chs and \v in 1
cs\ 'or of n '. .. ... . .. 34 !T -;' 3: 3 2.;
.. & Co.... ... ..... '.\ \ of n.''4 of n\\'4 ...... :34 17 '2 1 '
\\-n Jahen... ... ...... 3-4 of w\v of nw\0 .. . 4 1 ;0: 2 ;',
\l,,f & A Co... ... ...... <\\v' of n ".4' of nw\' and n 1 :3 -
A.f \W 12 of . . . ... 3:4 17 26 23: 1 76
K:,.'i & Co... ... ...... wv 'of ne1 4 of ne'4 fan ,\\ 4 of n, 4 ...... .... .'34 17"7 2s :1 2 51
S J Manorr............ ... of ln 't ex 30 chs ** and w' '
by 5 vhs 1n and s in \"w ,v r. 3517 26' 67 7 37
M.1 )r, & Co... ... ... .... *'. of ne14 of ne, and wl., of
swt4 of nw's and nw'.4 of
4 .. . . ... . . . .. 35 17!26' 5 4
S J Waren....... ...... n\\l. of sw\ of sw 4 and el. I
of nelj of swn4 and e 3-5 of I !
sw'" of ne'% of sw %-.. ... !36'17'261 35, 2 16
Moore & Co.... ... ...... ne', of ne'i.... ... ... ... .. !'36 17!26 40o 2 21
A L Spilceran. ..... ... s 4 of ne4 ... ..............!3617!2 40' 2 21
Thos Ruff. ..... ... .... ne% of se%4... .......... ..... 3617!26 40 2 66
Mrs F R Gary.... ... ... all of blk 11 0 S Ocala.......I I 1 2 97
Alfred Lark. ............. n of lot 4 blk 14 0 S Ocalal I 1 I 5 49
F P Gadson..... .... .... 25 ft e and "- by 112Aft n and s
in sw cor blk 25 O0S Ocala' I 1 83
Annie E Ruth. ...... .... lot 3 ex 10 ft n and s on n side I
and 6 ft e and w on e sidel {
blk 27 0 S Ocala.... ...... 11 13
P ('odv... ... ... ....... lats 2 4 hlk 35 0 S Ocala.... 115 57


IF you want a Florida Farm or a paying

Orange Grove, a Saw Mill or a Turpen-

tine Location, a House or Building Lot in

Ocala, call on or address






C C Rawls... .... ... ...w'4 of e'- of lot 2 blk 55 o) SI
SOcala ... .... .... .... ...
Mrs D C Edwards Admx. ni- of blk 58 0 .S Ocala.....
E S Ausley (Paid)... ....lot 1 blk 14 N SS ()acla... '
R A Hall... ... ... ..... n' of lot 2 blk 19 N SS OS ala
Rich Washington (Paid). lot 3 Snowden's sub of blk 24
-'t S S Ovala... ... ...
J H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 4 Snowden's sub of blk 24
I N S S Ocala... .... ....
J H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 7 Snowdeien' s'ib blk _'4 N
i S a O .ala.......... .. ..
Z C C'hambliss ........... l o-f lot 2 blk 25 N S S oial.
M A Johnson... ... .... o6 ft n and s by so ft ;,n. \
in ne cor lot 4 blk 26 N S S
( w a la ...... .. . . .......
Robt Sellers.... ... ...... 4) "ft e and w on w side lot 4.
blk 26 N SS S Ocala....
Isaac Simmons.. .. .... lot 2 blk 28 N S S Ocala.
Phillis Norwood.... ...... 49.' ft e and w by 140 ft n and,
s in ne cor blk 34 NS '4
Ocala...... ... ... ... ..
R McConathy... ........ n', and n'.2 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 O Jones...... ... ..... s: of lot 3 blk 14 N S N O)cala1
0 M Goodrich.... ........ 7t ft n and s by 110 ft e andl
w in nw cor lot bd n by!
Smith St e by cemetery N:
S N Ocala...... ........
Jas Lemon... .......... com 1404 3-4 ft s of sw c)r ,of'
intersection of Smith and Or-
ange streets N S N Ocala'
thence s 76 ft w loo100 ft n 761
ft e 1o0 ft....... .. ....... I
. J (-,wns... ... ... ... co m07 ft n of nw'4 blk 6o
S Ocala thence n 90 ft ,ll."
ft s 90 ft w 119 ft... ....
Wrm Hooker (Paid)....... corn 22.45 chs n and 5.t 0 5. h1.
of sw cor.. ........
thonit e 12.6S ch: to R R .%
with S A L R R 5.24 chs w
S10).0 chs to A 1C L RRn within
R R 5.1 chs to p o b 'x '4
acre lot to Sally Emre.ll.y anI
1-8 acre lot to Belle Williamn
in sw cor of said land.....
Sol Bonjamin... ... .... corn 156 ft s of nw cor...... 1
thence e 105 ft n So ft .. 1-,I
ft s 182 ft w 105 ft n 9m ftr
w 105 ft n 12 ft to p b ....
lnknnxo n... ... ... ..... corn at ne cor blk 40 ) S ()ca al
i thence n 198s ft w '>, ft -
198 ft e 258 ft Dunn's *,.ntral'
ad .... ........ .
J W Crosby ............. e of lot 15 CaldwelI' ad 'Otla
R B Bullock... ... ...... e of lot 23 CaldWell's ad,
Ocala.. ... ... ... ... ..:
R B Bullock... ........ corn 50 ft e of sw cor lot 2:31
B Caldwell's ad Ocala tho.neo n!

R S Hall (Paid)..
Munroe & Chambli

Mrs M L Carlisle

Mrs M L Carlisle

Ed Jeffords... ...

E W Davrs. .....

Mr. C E Reardon

Florida Tooley...

lRaclhl Richardson

Ditto & Maloney.

D T WVoodrow . .

L. R I.Lan .......

L E: Lang..... .

L..\\ is Fox.. ...
\V L Mc'Lan. -
S S SaImple. .. ....

105 ft e 52'j ft s 103 ft '
521', ft...... .. . ......
........ 122 ft e and w on w side lot 2';
CaldWell's ad Ocala........
iss .... 90 ft e and w by 133 ft n and;
s in ne cor lot 26 Caldwell'sl
ad Ocala.... ..
(Paid).. corn 140 ft e of nw co ''lot 371
('aldwell's ad Ocala thence e
65 ft s 120 ft w 65 ft n 120 ftf
(Paid).. corn 140 ft e of nw cor lot 371
Caldwell's ad Ocala thence ;
65 ft s 120 ft w 635 ft n 120 ft
for 1907.......
....... corn at se cor lot 1 Reardon'
Middletown lots L'aldwell'- ad
Ocala thence e 68 ft n 162 ftl
w 68 ft s 162 ft........ ....
.... ... 49 1-3 ft e and w on n ndl ofl
lot 2 Reardon's % Middletown,
lots Caldwell's ad Ocala ...
n .... .. lot 4 ex 29,.j ft n and s on 4.
side Reardon's Mi dlehton
lots Caldwell's ad Ocala.
.... ..lot 4 Sternberger's sub of nw''
"of Alvarez grant Caldweil'sl
ad Ocala... .... .
. ..... 5lo Sternb rger's sub of n 1.lI
,of Alvare.z grant (al-l\.ll'si
ad ( )eala. ... .. ... .. .
.. ... -lots 10 and 15 Sternbergt-r's 'ib
(iof w1% 4 ,f fAlvarz .ra rnt
Calhlwel's ad Oala.......
... . . lots I and F anld i0 i s f ., r -,
j inning lot E C'allw\.llV s ,tih
,ft sw part Alvarez grant
. .. .... 34 ft n and on s ,-nil of I. i ii
arin all of P ;l,; .,{l< ,{(,
of <-w part iof v-:r,.i z zr.'r t
.. .... 4.. ch<. :e andi w ,n .. i,.. ,,f
lot Q ('aldw -ll's suih ,,of .
pa-r Altvarz gr;int
... .. all oif lt 4 S & D ..,,Id ), aa
..... all f ,,t 20 & D al ,.1.aL
... ... ll of !,.rs ::. f. s s & & .,1
i 'ala.. .

Pragg Scriven. ..... ....
T J Davis.... .........
W J GEroodin... ... ......
E niic'e E.q dwards.. . ...

H W Tamis iPaid)......

A T. Labright ... ......

L .1 Samn pson....... ....

1., La bright

p.-a( Oil-y

lot 1 blk 1 \llr,..d's ,,.
lot 2 hbk 2 Allr.,l's al.
5'.'; of ne lot 4 blk 2 .AIlr..d,*l
ad ....... ... ... .
"w al(1 ,.4 if l''t 4 l,!h k
Alhrl's ad...' .
nw\4 4of lot 3 blk 1 r 1 e;.,. ,.I
( )--ala . . . . .
ni.. of ni'. of oi t 4 hik 2 r I
S'e'ss ald Ioa...
" 'f !,,t 1 hlk 2 2 b i 2 .- ,

ill of lot 2 lk 2 r .

.l'r 1 I Wk- t r (-;, ol a.
.'t4 Ut k-, rml W onr x i.l l'I,
4 aal166 vft -)nilxx.n i
(if lot 1 blk r *i.'l

le' ~I aid4 -x S4 II0!on

S U la . . . . ..
.b ir, .I ... ... ...... loet I blk 7 r 3 i2oss ad
'*lia,. .\ 'itinr ..... ..... . liE ndi 12 blk I n. <
ad ,'alt .. ...
\nIu .' 11 Sinall (Paid) .... lts I !nd 3 blk L Duin'. ,
.al ( ala . .
H I C- 'h nbe'rs... .... ... ltts 7 aind 11 bik L DI')ti ,
ad ( 'c la.......
Delia M.ore (Paiul)...... .all of blk N Dunn's n, \ ait % ),. i
.\Amar,da Small... ........ lot.s 1 aI nd 3 blk P Durn'. n mx"
ad Ocala... ...
Mclv.r &8 Ma,'Kay.... lots 11 and 13 blk P D),' a,,, -
I ad O 'ala .... ..... ... ...
B Kirby (Paid)....... ... lot 12 blk P Dunn's nw ad (ial.,'
C M Livingston (Paid). .. .lots 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 blk P Dunn's;
I nw ad Ocala.... ... .....
E F Seiver (Paid).......1. lots 11 13 blk I Dunn's nw a1i1
Ocala... .... ...
E F Seiver (Paid).........lots 11 13 blk T Dunn's nw ad
Susie L Fordbam.... .... all of lot 11 sub of lot 1 Dunn'"
nw ad Ocala..



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E Rm .- ... ... .. .e of lot 2 w of R R bik 2
Scott's survey Ocala 2 02
... ... ... .....Cam 84 ft w of e cor blk 5
R ltt' .survey Ocala thence
n 112 ft w 81 ft s 112 ft e 81
t ................... 7
U C.Vw .... ... ..... e% of lot 82 Gary's'ad Ocaa 20 61
r L ......... ....... n% of e% and sw% of lot 82
Garyon ad Ocala.. ......... 10 8
W 8-WU ...... ...... .. % of lot 83 Gary's ad Ocala iso05
S... ... ........ 10 ft e and w by 112 ft n and
s in nw cor of lot 100 Gary's
ad Ocala.. ... ... ...2 32
Sa.s ..........- Sit 6 Mitchell's revised ad Ocala 6 76
It U A (PW)*......Bots 27 28 30 31 Mitchell's re-
vised ad Ocala... ........ 2 02
Lt is R Mnmn ... ...... lota 46 and 47 Mitchell's revised
ad Ocala... ......... ...2 77
A -w* w ing3 Co. ....... lot 3 8 J Green's ad Ocala.'. .. 10 53
Nyria lnMomon ......... corn 72 3-4 ft w of ne cor lot 1
E G Smith's ad Ocala thence
w 78% ft s 65 ft e 100 ft s 40
ft e 52 ft n 31% ft w 73% ft
a 75% ft . . .. .... .. 6 69
oebw-rce C Murry ........ corn 40 ft e of nw cor of lot 5
E G Smith's ad Ocala thence
e 45 ft s 13S % ft w 45 ft n
138% ft.................. 14
a.,-o.a "C Murry .. ....;cor 40 ft e of nw cor of lot 5
E G Smith's ad Ocala thence I
e 4 ft s 1381/. ft w 45 ft n |
138 ft for 107 .. ...... 5 14
Peter Ingram ..... ... 40 ft sq in se cor of eli of lot 7
E G Smith's ad Ocala ...... 2 02
J i Johnoin .. ...... lot 8 G-.., Giles" sub of lot 11
E G Smith's ad Ocala ...... 1 76
* Wlmon. ... .......... fs lot 17 E G Smith's ad| I
S( cala ... . . . ... . I 2 02
flet Smith ....... ...... lots 1 and 2 sub iof lot 1S E G
Smith's .:d, Orala .. .. . I 2 02
Ae* LOW ..... ... ... st of blk 1 Cline's sub of*
j n, of 3..f nw .l8'15 22 1 20 91
S Ro~. ........... sw% of hlk 2 ('line's sub of
ne-4 of n .. .......... .118 15 22 2 02
Mt e Lomg... ... ...... ei of blk 2 Cline's sub of ne'
% of nw ...... .........'1815 22 4 54
la Otoster......... ...n of bhik 10 Cline's suf of *
nfe of nw .. . . . .1811522 2 02
* C Chambers... ........all of blks 16 24 25 Cline's sub4 I
of ne% of nw" .......... .18t1522 3 27
C- Lowis... ... .......lot 4 blk 17 Cline's sub of nei I I
of n .w%........ ......... 18115 122 \ 3 27
Saf Williams. ......... all of blk 1* Cline's sub of ne1 4 1 |
of nw % ....... ... ....... .. 18115122 I 3 27
Jee Pago ... .......... all of blk 19 Cline's sub of nei I \

of nw4. .. . . . . . 18113 221
I J Andemron .......... 11 of blk 27 Cline's sub of ne% i i
of nw% ... .. . .. ... 18115 -21
Anma ( Vance. ....... .. 0 ft sq in se cor of ne'4 of 1 j
: n.4 ('line's ad Ocala...... 1815 221
L J Blalock L .......... com 1492 ft e and 12991: ft n of! i
sw cor ............. .. ... 8 15 221
thence s 521, ft e 210 ft n
521 ft w 21i ft .. .. ........ I I
1 Butullock. ... ..... com 504 ft w and 262 ft n of: 1 I
se cor of sw...... ......I 8'15 22
thence e 132 ft n 92 1ift w
132 ft s 92t ft . .......... I
D &tt & MalonEy ......... com 1352 ft n and 1.,79 ft e of I
sw cor......... .. ...... 815 22
thence n 105 ft w 210 ft s lO 5
S ft e 210 ft .. .. . .. ......
J Bluat ............corn 150 ft s and 544 ft w of I
% 'see cor on N st ......... 17115322
i thence w 420 ft n 2 deg eI
i 420 ft e 420 ft s2 deg w 420 ft
o a Tom Pald). .. ..... lots 12 and 13 Bullock's sub of I
Sne 14......... .......... '19J16 22
W p ultock E- ....... corn at a pt 448 ft w of ne cor!1915 22
thence w 331.60 ft s 260 ftl
-w 65 ft s 186.16 ft w 804.40 I
ft s 400 ft w 341 ft s 470 ft wl
i 420 ft s 420 ft w 210 ft s 996' I
ft e 2440 ft n 1281 ft w 44S tf; i
n 539 ft w 224 ft n 175 ft e |
224 ft n 310 ft w 166 ft n 2001 i
ft e 166 ft n 201 ft .... .... I
lMr Jan" Murrtil .... lot 23 bik 1 Anderson's ad Oeala'13115 21
W IH Taylor ...... lot 7 blk 2 Anderson's ad Ocalal3'15 21
r P 4adna ....... lots 5 to 20 blk 6 West End !
( Ocala ......................
'twn ..l... ... 1I pt 8 blk 8 West Endl Oc('la..1
SP il Tn .. .. ..... lot- 7 9 11 13 15 17 .I 19 24 blk I
8 Wset End Ocala.........I
(eota A A4anmp ....... lots 14 16 blk 8 West Edn Ocala I 1
rWaty mmmonp .. lotots 22 blk West End Ocala' I
J C mpon .. l. ot 14 blk 9 West End Oeala.. I
SVan .... lot 1' blk 10 West En.1 Ocala.'
T M S 4Mn ..... ... lots 15 17 blk 10 West End I
(k ala ... ... ... ... ... . .
O <-ala .... ........... .....
W Harri t ... lot 1 -' t. # 4 ; blk 27 West End' 1 I
o tal .. . .. . ........ '
m.,t Mi ha..I ....... .lot 9 Ilk 2:7 West End. Oc la..!
S,'.a -. .. lit, '. to 10 bll: 2N V .-t End
,:ln . ... .. . .. . ...
r P s...7,t ..., 's 7 7% to 2* inc bl 1 W c't '
Endr Lat..a!t ................
T 411-. .. . I. ts = 4 blk 2 t E'. i ).. tl
w* .j t. ... I. ; 17 17 I.n k 13 V'-t Elld
SJ r %,i. .. I .ts ; id 4 bik I14 \W -, End :
t *i .i Lr.. . :. . . .
T i.. i. t lk.s 1 ,; !67 ,ISt l 7 1VN a 2'
'". \\V. 1 t En 'Td (Oha ala .. .. ..
II A I s' '.." .; 12 14 l "Li-" 2"21 -4 -; blk,
14.1 1. ;i \V sta- Endi )ala
M '" t 1.,) ,. I,.ts 3.7 40 ilbk 144 1st a

W .sd t tiala .' .... .........
A F. i *" . ... t. an i bl'k "'04 Is! ad \ .Ve t
S 'r. 1 .a.. . I . . . . . .. 1
d t End Ocalt ...............
A .r:,,h lots and 273 4 1st ad st End
Ocad *ala... ........... .... f

& A rat< lo- I to 4 0 2123 blk 273 1st ad'
\West End Ocala...........I

SK ...ot. 17 blk 73 1t ad Parkest End
West End Ocala ..........
We Nm.'4.r..........u kts 18 9 blk 7 S S Park.....i
S.. .... lots 3 4 S 6 7 bl6 k 9 S S Park'
a L& ... lots 11 12 blk 9 S S Park
t tA 4 t-n lo 22 blk 27 S S Park.. ....
A t .- lots 13 14 blk 32 S S Park ....
n T a'k.v ... lot :3 ble 37 S Park ........
e Ant ....lots_ 25 L6 klb 37 S S Park ....
hSt H* * 17 lblk 38 s Park......
.* lotD so tt 17 blk 3 S for 1907 S S Park
f V ,*:-;n lot:.... s 247 blk 40 SS Park....-i
S L lot 6 blk 44 S S Park ........
% i :)t .. ots 1 30 blk 47F S Park ......
s lw of t. lots 3 4 5r2526"Z7 blk:7S PS;i
Pa rk. .....................
t'mbn... .It p I 1, 11 12 13 24 -- 26 14;
blk 61 S S Park.... .....
4' 4' 1,.-, .j. l,It 21 blk 69 S S Park.......
A J Vow h.o -lt 4 blk 74 S-S Park........
t'mhwu~l't. 2-0to 26 inc blk 74 t %
Ps rk ........ ... ...... ...
J L L,..... lots 5 t 2" 26 blk 79 S S Park
H-,".-r lot It bli 9 S S Park ........
R Ft-i ,P4id ..... lot 29 blk 104 S S Park .....
KL *"-r ..lot 1 blk 137 SSPark ........
'bi. l .. .. ,,tS 17 lk 142 S S Park .. .... I
j g Pa*wr P .d ".......t 6 blk 148 S S Park......
Or U Ldwvtlet'l .... lt 24 bk 153 S S Park ..
ps q 1 ... ,,t 1 : b lk 164 S P ark. ..
$ p Iaffu.t d lit.: blk 155 S Park.......I
S N t.ral ot.. ... blk 161 S S Park ...... I
Sl.. ......lts 3 4 27 29 blk 163 s S Park'
Lagfln .... lt 19 blk 178 S S Park ......

S, ... ...... lot 19 blk 17 5 SS Park......
5 a dn.. .... ......lots 1 12 blk 180 S Park ...
.. ... h lt 1 blk 181 S S Park...... I
9 m w c'.,. .....lot 1. bik 196 S S Park.....I

*A otJ I 2 30 blk 2@8 S S Park. '
V ........ lots 112 2 blk 323 S S Park..
/ "se ........kou 2 23 24 blk 3 45 S S Park
.... .... lotf 25 26 blk 343 S S Park....
............... ....*...... 11 1 20 21 blk 382S




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Anthony Pfund .. ..

Anthony Pfund .. .. .. ..

'B E Piper ..........
Joe Madden .. .... ....
H 0 Balsh Agt (Paid)....
S E Field ........ ....
J H Lesseter .. .. .. .. ..

Anna E Harrington ..
H P Myers .... ....
P G Ingerson ........
C E Baker .... .. ..
A Greenlief ........
\V H Vincent ... ..
C E Baker .. ......
E W Brown ........
W A Overby .......
L A Moss .... .......
K A Primean ......
T H L Talcott ......
J A Kemp .........
M E Hanes ........
Augustine Power ....
A I) Gendice ........
Is.iac Pin-r ... .. ...
1. W Lam born ......
, G H Dake .. .. ....
SIsaa (;,-rti.- 0 Tucker ......
I.M J P Thing .... ..
Geo Marmitter .. .. ..
() A Kirkman .......
J 11 Abbott .. .. .. ...
S A Davis ..........
A D Gondrice .. .. ...
D A North .........
VanNess Lewis ....
.* Greenlief .........
F 'V Payne ........
J S Jordan .. .......
G W Gaines .. .. .. ..
Mary McAlpine .. .....
J J Edwards (Paid) ....
H W Glisson .. .. .. ..

J M Daniels ..
S A Davis .. .

E A Moulten .... .. .. ..
A Temple .. .. .. .. .. ..
C E Erwin .. ........
L Garlich ...... . ....
G W Ganes .........
SE Goss . . . . . .
Robt Garlich ..........
A Kempt . ..... .. .. .
\Vni Hicklin .... .. ....
L R Ashton .... ......
L Hartman . .. .....
E W Duncan ........
H WV Glisson ...........
D Jones .. .... .... .. .
M1 .1 Keyser. .... ......
A Grtenleaf.... .. ......
), A Dossa .... .... .....
L L Wagoner... .... ...
M E Knapp.... ... .....
C' H Matzen .. .... ......

L C Underlip.............
5 14 Heirs of R R Hutchinosn.
K Vakaty..... ... ... ...
3 27 G W Gaines ... ....... .

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Tax Collector, Marion County. Florida.

The press dispatches from Talla-
The Sanford Grocery Company has nassee some days ago conveyed the
recently installed the fash carrier information that Mr. R. Hudson Burr,
system in their store, and while it has chairman of the Florida railroad com-
proved of great benefit in making mission, appeared before a committee
change, came very near resulting in of the legislature and urged that the
serious damage to the store furniture newspapers be not allowed to ex-
one day last week. A resident of Mac- change advertising space for railroad
aroni Delta was in the store and had transportation.
made some purchases, tendering a i These dispatches did not state what
five dollar bill to Mr. Borum, who im- the reasons advanced by Mr. Burr
mediately placed the bill land counter were, and until we ascertain just what
check into ihe little cylinder to ,end they were we mutt necessarily be
it over the wire to the cashier. The very brief in any criticism of the
customer ino doubt expected to see stand taken by this gentleman. His
Mr. Borum pull the change from the reasons may have been good. and yet
cylinder and hand it back to him. But if they were they will have been the
when the, cylinder started across the tirst good ones that we have seen ad-
room with the "fiver" in it, his sus- vanced so far.
picions were aroused at once, and he Of the action of the chairman of
started right along after the carrier. A the Florida railroad commission in
small show case in his way did not openly lobbying for or against any
stop him an i he landed before the measure-and especially one not af-
cashier's 4. ken glass. hairrls and part of a bar- to criticize.
rel of dill pickles dripping from his We hope, however, that Mr. Burr
clothes. The cashier about this time will give to that press whose wishes
made change and sent it back to Bo- he so flatly turns aside, the facts
rum and Macaroni did the same stunt which he presented to that commit-
again with less difficulty, for he had tee
already cleared a track for the Mara- The press of Florida can be trusted
thon race. As Borum placed the to treat this matter and Mr. Burr fair-
change in his hands he remarked: ly. but Mr. Burr should remember
"By gum. I hope these darned trolley that the press has some rights left. a
lines, wireless telephones and other fact which in our Dpinion he will as-
fool things will never get as fur as certain when his time for re-election
Macaroni Delta."-Sanford Herald. comes around again.-Pensacola
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Scorcher Ruff

Registration Certificate No. 15037.
*This Is to certify that Scorcher
Ruff has been duly registered ir '-ol.
IX, of the Field Dog Stud Book, in ac-
cordance with rules governing bame,
and that the record here given is cor-
rect. to-wit: Name assigned,


It is conceded that Florida n. -
winter forage plant and mn.any -
tempts- have been made to natIpa''.' ,
the alfalfa in this state. hut he'.. i i
fore without success. according to 'i.t
Press Bulletin No. 66 of the Florih,'
agricultural experiment station. I hp
station has investigated a number of
reports of success in 'the culture. b't
has found none 'n which success iias
he.n complete.-Jacksonville Ti ive-
Well, what in christendom is the
matter with our Japanese kudzu vine.
which grows rapidly and luxuriantly
on almost any soil, high, low, wet or
dry-which analyzes better than vel-
vet bean or cow pea. and upon which
you can graze stock in summer and
cut and cure enough to last 'm all
winter at less expense than alfalfa,
under most favorable conidtions. We
thought the experiment station had
corrsponded with C. E. Pleas of this
city enough to be thoroughly convers-

(Written for the Oeala DanM.:)
he campaign banner was earnedten for the
by Northeastern district, gaining five Across the corn4eld m e
societies, and will be cared for by the And as the plow eat threli Oth
energetic Pomona workers. furrow,
He sang a hymn in dulcet tea
About half of the state officers 'eft That sent the chipmunk to Mb bwa
lP .<^A,, .. i,.. -,ha, oo __. a ,nA ,., _! row .

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with Christian Endeavor help make a
"Florida for Christ."


3Mr. Peter L. Durisoe of Connor was
in Ocala Friday, and said to a report-
er of this paper that while Mr. Henry
Mason was away from home on
Thursday his barn caught fire, and be-
fore assistance reached it the flames
had made such progress that it was
Impossible to save the building or any
*o'f its contents.
Beside; losing his barn. all his farm-
ing implements, and a lot of forage.
he also had the misfortune to lose his
He is a hard-working and industri-
ous farmer, and his loss will be a se-
vere blow to him.

FOR SALE-41 acres best farm
land, adjoining city limits on south,

Gainesville and Tallahas.-'e. examims
tions will be given applicam* for
state, primary and special certilcalea.
For information concerning the
school to be conducted at GaineevtYl
write Dr. A. A. Morphree prineipaL
Tallahassee, Fla., or MaJ. W I.fldf,
Gainesville, Fla.
For information cone*raing the e0,
ored school, write Prof. N. B. Y.Toe
Tallahassee, Fla.
Very respectfully yours.

Ev-Gov. Bloxham is reported as be
!ng quite ill in this city. It ham g
'he great delight &ad pkleasre of the
many Floridians visiting the state c
ital during the present session of th
legislature to note the apparently peg
feet health of the governor_. Mad bh
sudden and unexpected Illness bria
pain to his friends far and mear.
visit to Tnahllahaa.. ....a -- .



Orange Grove Tracts 145 146
147 153 154 155 for 1907 S S
Park.. .. .... .... ........
Orange Grove Tracts 145 146
147 153 154 155 for 1906 S S
Park.. .. .... ...........
Orange Grove Tract 187 S S
Park... ... ... .. ... ...
Orange GGrove Tract 250 S S
Park............. ..
Orange Grove Tract 288 S S
Park.... .... .. .. ........
lots 7 8 blk E Rowe's ad S S
Park ... .... .... .. .......
lots 5 6 blk 8 Leroy.... ...... 171620
lots 1 2 blk 36 Leroy.. ...... 51620
lot 19 blk 40 Leroy.. .... .... 7 16 20
lot 14 blk 87 Leroy.. .. ....161620
lot 24 blk 112 Leroy.... .... 551620
lot 28 blk 115 Leroy.. .. .... 516 20
lot 28 blk 139 Leroy.... .... 516 20
lots 23 24 blk 143 Leroy...... 5 16 20
lots 29 30 blk 150 Leroy.. .... 5 16'20
lot 22 blk 157 Leroy ........... 116 20;
lots 35 26 blk 177 Leroy.. .... 13116 20!
lots 7 8 blk 181 Leroy.. .... 516 20!
lots 31 32 blk 181 Leroy.. .. .'13i16:20
lots 19 21 bik 184 Leroy ..... 21116 201
lot 17 blk 193 Leroy........... 21116.20
lots 37 38 blk 206 Leroy. ..... 13!16720i
lots 19 21 blk 243 Leroy...... 21116 20'
lots 2 4 blk 252 Leroy........ 13116'20
lots 27 28 blk 258 Leroy.. .... 13i16,2<
lots 22 23 blk- 265 Leroy ....... 2!16 20
lots 7 8 blk 271 Leroy........ 13!16;20
lot 17 blk 289 Leroy.. .. .... 13i16120
lots 7 8 blk 290 Leroy..... .... 116120
lots 41 42 blk 291 Leroy...... 13l16$20|
lot 43 bik 297 Leroy.... .... 13 16120.
lot 36 blk 333 Leroy...... .. 211161!20
lots 2 4 6 blk 334 Leroy.......21116:201
lot 29 blk 342 Leroy.... .... 7!16i201!
lots 36 37 blk 342 Leroy.. .. 23 16120,
lot 42 blk 350 Leroy... .. ... 23116 20
lot 21 blk 351 Leroy.. .. .... 19116120
lot 29 blk 357 Leroy ........ 19116 20
lot 46 blk 357 Leroy.. .... .. 23116,20
lots 20 21 22 blk 374 Leroy. ... 5116 20
lots 34 to 38 blk 378 Leroy.. 2311620
lots 18 20 22 24 25 blk 378 Leroy 7116 20
lot 23 blk 381 Leroy.. .. .... 131619
lot 46 blk 388 Leroy ........ 23 16 20
lot 47 blk 392 Leroy......... 13 1620
lots 25 26 blk 394 Leroy......23 16 20
lots 34 and 35 blk 399 Leroy.. 21 1620
lots 7 8 blk 401 Leroy .. .. 23 16 201
lot 24 blk 401 Leroy.. .. .... 16 20
lots 47 4S bik 402 Leroy. 19 16 20
lot 39 blk 404 Leroy.... .... 1916201
lot 20 blk 404 Leroy ........ 116 201
lot 38 blk 413 Leroy.. .. .... 19116 20'
lots 46 47 blk 433 Leroy.. .. ..16116 20
lot 39 blk 441 Leroy.. ...... 231620
lots 31 32 blk 446 Leroy ...... 7116 20
lots 42 44 46 48 blk 456 Leroy 116 20
lots 7 and 8 blk 467 Leroy.... 23116 20
lots 13 14 13 blk 477 Leroy.... 716,20,
lot 27 blk 481 Leroy .......... 3 161201
lots 7 adn 8 bik 484 Leroy.. 7 16!201
lots 9 11 13 15 blk 486 Leroy.. 7 16!201
lots 1 and 2 blk 501 Leroy... 23 161201
lot 7 blk 513 Leroy.......... 1 16 201
Orange Grove 'Tract 2 for 1907 i
Leroy ... ...... ... ..... 7,16 201
Orange Grove Tract 3 Leroy.. 17 16 201
Orange Grove Tract 10 Leroy!17!16 201
Orange Grove Tract 46 Leroy!17116 201
Orange Grove Tract 174 Leroy|11116 20|

1 25
1 22
1 46

1 25



-mor- -


rina uringU LU e yeari, anu several
departments thus were neglected offi-
cially. The secretary gave about a
third of her tife to press work, hav-
ing space in about eighteen Florida
newspapers, averaging twelve arti-
cles printed each week. The editors
and local reporters haZe helped us
much in putting news of our great
organization before the readers of
Florida papers.
One general plea for undenomina-
tional mission causes was sent out
from Interlachen and numerous men-
tions made in press space. Endeavor-
ers give generously for various benev-
olences, but we cannot give statistics
of amounts given for any special
The quiet hour and tenth legion su-
perintendent, Rev. M. G. Richard, left
us for a northern state, and as no one
was appointed to fill his place little
was done in business like methods
in these important ways of growing in
Christian Endeavor life as individual
workers. District superintendents
await the choosing of a state leader
in this convention, and the work will
then go on more rapidly 'than in the
year closing.
Citizenship superintendent, Rev.
Hanscom, outlined a monthly course
of study in his important branch of
state progressiveness. This was
printed on the mimeograph to be post-
on the walls of prayer meeting rooms.
Mention each month was also made in
press news and the state songs Fang
at the district conventions.
The correspondence, or as it is now
called in other states, the "introduc-
tion department," has received some
attention by the secretary, but not
near all it deserved. In close con-
nection with this plan for unselfish
Endeavor service, comes the "Sun-
shine Corner." Greetings have been
sent into almost every state and pro-
vincial union, as well as our own
home land, Florida. The work has
been of great comfort to its superin-
tendent, but what was its results oth-
erwise cannot be ascertained.
The leader of Memorial Home ac-
tivity, Mis Cora L. Peet, was one of
the officers to leave us, whose place
was never filled. But several remind-
ers have been sent out and the contri-
butions larger than in some years,
though not all they should have teen.
State Treasurer Conkling left us
for medical missionary training, and
his place was faithfully filled by Mr.
Hawley of Gilmore. The year is clos-
ing with almost an empty treasury,
but only one debt not entirely met.
President Winnard has rendered
unselfish service when cumbered with
many cares in pastoral ever-present
This ends the secretary's ninth year
')f State Union work. During the past
year about three months were spent
in Endeavor visitatons, and five dis-
trict conventions were attended.
When at home an average of seven
and a half hours each day have been
given gladly in service for our union.
About 16'u letters were written,
cver 500 cards and at lenst 900 rolls
of circulars and literature sent out.
With the help of her mother, the sec-
retary printed about twenty-five kinds
of mimeograph letters, etc.. averaging
from 5o to 150 copies of each.
This twenty-first state convention
with its numbers of willing-hearted
delegates ready to receive inspiration
from our beloved Dr. Clark is really
the threshold of the new year. For
friendship and kindly words, works
and sunshiny faces of our comrades
I am grateful. May God bless abun-
dantly both C. E. and Allen C. E.
league Unions in coming days. and

Un-lass'n did my Sa-vyer bleke-
D'and 'id my suv-ren di-e:;
Woo'de devote that sacred "b-!
-! -- --! ~atkio!"

We should return thanks to UNa
Ida's legislators for trying to se s
law against curse words In pubiM;
(as it should have been in all pleeS.)

Another "point" is set in plae
And once again sweet hope b
Old Farmer Jones, the soul of gree
The solemn stave once more b

Wah zit fur crimes that I have dome,
He groaned upon that tree-ee:
Um-ma-zing pit-tee gra sun-knowa,
An-dlive beyond "d !"

There goes those bad curse words
again. Horrible!

The bluejay screams his wild deUlght.
The blacksnake hides among the
By that fierce language put to flight,
The gay squirrel up the greemeak

For sin is lurking in the path.
As roots beneath the furrow bidlag,
E'er ready to distort with wrath
A faith, the firmest, most abldhIa.

So sang old Jones-and so may we
Go singing down life's yieldng mead.
Our faith turn skyward. Just as he-
Nor fear the touch of sinful shad-

But when the "trial" comes. ah. them
We fail, like Jones. and raise a ree.
And rave and roar. like sinful mia,
Whene'er life's plow meets an oh-
st ruction.

Like we read of happening In fior-
ida's legislature, when the searelhg
governor penetrates deeply lato the
old records of state. Instead of -m-
lacing anyone's shoe latchets." he
seems to be untying an ever-preMt
and inextricable difficulty; or. In etb.
er words, he is cutting the Gordies
knot that others could not untaage
Three cheers for his "mental ecae
ity." WHIT ROM3.


Teachers' training schools. begla
ning on Monday, June 28th, 1909. am
continuing for a term of six weeli,
will be conducted at uaesville ase
Tallahassee for white teachers, and
at the colored normal school at TarXa
hassee for colored teachers.
These schools will be co-educata-
al. Tuition will be tree, and beard
can be had at a nominal figure.
The legislature of 1909 did Ma
make an appropriation for dlefraylng
the traveling expenses of teachers in
attendance upon these schools. cow-
sequently those who attend will have
to pay their own transportation.
However, an effort will be made by
the state superintendent of public Is-
struction 'to secure a oneihird fare
for the return trip.
The instructors for the whlt*
schools, who are specialists in their
respective lines, will be selected from
among the principals of the seater
high schools and the leading college
and universities of the state.
The corps of instructors for the cot'
ored teachers' summer trautaug
school will be the best that eam be
had for the character of work to be
In addition to the professional trate-
ing offered by each summer 'chool.
an opportunity will be given those hi
attendance to prepare for any grade
of certificate autho'ri ed under the
law. After the close of th.' t-rm. ti-
ginning on Monday. August 9th. tC



b~L~ F

pa WEIV 8IHOPS CALLED TO LAST RE- dietd in 8partanbUrg, 8. C., March2 3.
SMI ITAL WARD IN RECENT YEARS 1908. He was born December 27,11
* 1839, in Mecklenberg county, Virginia.
M pupils of Miss Five bishops of the MethoJit and was graduated from Wofford Col.
1 1~ 1t a al Epiacopal Church South, have been ege, South Carolina, inm 1858. The
a t a O W d F a evelag. overtaken by the Grim Reaper since next year he entered the itinerant
SVW 11101 M1118 Co* or's the last general conference, which met ministry in the Virginia conference.
2ll df. 0b o y Uliny Birminghamn, in May, 1906, and During the civil war he was a chap-
OiWN & to lid durin there are now living only nine digni- lain in the Confederate army. A'. the
i bme M added ane of whom, Bishop Oscar lose of the conflict he again became
"I- to ow mm M- tries, one o f whom, BNashvilleop Oas a pastor, and for ten years occupiI
t go tip s a bh a bePen i erald, oF th hvll some of the best pulpits in the state.
Stte vio. been retired, says the Nash o- in 1875, at the call of his alma mater,
L f wt th a weederful American. Or te others, snopJo- he was transferred to the South Car-
4 0 *W and ep m, seph Staunton Key of Sherman, Tex- olina conference, and was appointed
611 1M11s eW er b O many as, who is 80 years of age, and Bishop financial agent of Wofford College, in
i i eM city. Her ppils re- Alpheus Waters Wilson, of Baltimore, which office he did yeoman service
wpl St of credit om the pa- 75 years of age, will probably be until 1885, traveling over the entire
M --- trtn mshe perannuated at the next general con- state, making educational addresses,
I1bo. 1- U 0 ofer violla ference, which will be held in May. soliciting funds and stirring up inter-
1 911 eme ely well. ad 1910. est in many ways. His first appe*r-
& 1ea1 t to cb oMder ma- Four bishops will have to be elect- dance in a general conference was at
Sr b reared ed to lace the college of bishopsAtlanta in 1878. There and at Nash-
re at or may where it stood when thec h has ville, in 1882, he showed himself the
Sa uP of th late Mrs. An- 1 took place, and as the church has possessor of unusual qualities. In
4 Ph fer m tarw rty of this grown considerably, it is confidently 1886, at Richmond, he was chosnm
be wcelved the believed there will be no less than s first of four to the episcopacy, the oth-
f br m meal trainlmg. bishops elected at the next conference er three being Bishops Galloway, Hen
a^ m ~s I lhss, ad mPr. with strong probabilities of eight. A drix and Key.
0 0 ewimS puw wLs ter the election of 1906 it was con- Bishop Galloway
gemed -by her pupils: tended that notenoughbishops had Few deaths in recent years affect-
ebel Marc" (H.L been elected, and two oft them, Bish- college of bishops caused.
a*. th Owai Geo. in a state of ill health. Bishop more widespread regret outside of the
t O -er, Ied Me time In astateof ill health. Bishop church than that of Bishop Galloway
p a E dward Co- Ton ert died shortly after hi1,s eev recently. Among the newspaper men.
eth Oed was soon followed by Bishop especially, he was highly regarded.
and was soon followed by BishopHe was a man of wide Information
S nt. W IMe to Steep" (C. Smith, who died December 27. of the and very approachable. One of tht
.r- Coi and hp same year. grtvery few times when he declined :a
SBish op tee a Nashville man was on s viit
U, ge. Ha Irp Sods" &Jung. Bishop Tigert, the first to cross the
aAs"(Jng great Divide, was buried in Nash-to the city in the past few days. When
S" (. B. Pa Ge in beautiful M Olive. He was approached then for his views on 'he
gfn i TI -00aW (0. B. Pagnon viseg in beautiful ML Olive. He was snificance of the situation in Tir-
.J lll--v m Rae Stbi e and Mary born in Louisville, Ky.. November 25,
Ond_. 1856, and died in Tulsa, Indian Terri- key to religious matters, he asked t.
11111 l d Dtbe excused, pleading illness. Suh3e-
Sgtae "Aderatos" (P. Borow- tory, November 21, 1906. His parents ent events, sad to say, showed on-
J, J^ ^ were John and Mary Van Veghton Ti- qu only
m mttni "Pi tcato Sere- gert. He completed his studies in the too well, how just his plea was.
qPi Mllfta --ala Owen, Pred municipal schools of Louisville and CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS FRIDAY
sen r e MacKay. Robert Con- then attended Vanderbilt University ___
a p M -be. 'l for a course of -theological training at Friday was quite a busy day in the
Sg@@& -,The Holy City" (S. the opening of that institution in 1875. circuit court, notwithstanding the in-
d1-- O we M Two years later he was graduated. He tensity of the heat.
V iwt Dmw.. !' Restless sea"* labored in the Louisville conference The jury which had been out all
4WM~. .ert sad Edward Connor. for a brief time as pastor. In 1880 he night in the Draft case, returned a
W g -, "Fowers and Ferns" returned to Vanderbilt for a more verdict against both Albert Smith and
L A. I limrt--I4r3er MacKayv thorough training in the usual cours- Isabella Draft of guilty of murder in
g*IN 0 -^ 4S" plding)_Vio- es of study, supporting himself and the first degree, but in the case of the
W& d G- lOwe.George MacKay, Rob- family by teaching some of the sub- woman the verdict implored the mer-
S Mgger. Fed Meert, Chas. Fish- college classes that were conducted cy of the court, which under the law
d g"I Wwd Comuor; piano, Jessie by the university at that time. He prevents her execution.
s was made instructor in the depart- The lawyers up to this time have
armerystage was prettily dee- ment of church history in that insti- done nothing to stay the execution of
magd r the eventag and many of tution in 1882. and in 1884 was trans- the verdict, but it is thought a motion
S&tDs o Mks Connor and her ferred to the chair of philosophy. He for a new trial will be made in favor
weyv poisesw tn enjoy their red- prepared and published a book. "The of the woman.
UL Handbook of Logic." He resigned The jury was composed of very excel-
*w were three selections played his chair in 1890 and was appointed lent men and we accept th'e verdict as
ft tthe e msiag that were not on to a pastoral charge in Kansas City, a righteous one, but we believe that if
4W Welgm. e Tb aoine as a very Mo. During the ensuing four years we had been a juror we would have
aw r mpise to the saudlece and he wrote one of the ablest books, "A made the sentence for the man life
e @r ly enjoyed. They were the Constitutional History of American imprisonment also, for we very much

%: ".Lastpiel" Over-
' ~~aay Overtmre. and the "Reign
1 fls-." played by the Ocala Con-
4Magomies. who have been prac-
Sag atherm for the past year. and
Ue Pl very delgtftually.
is Conwa r *rat viola in the or-
4~gamd it is largely through her
M that the weekly meetings of
Me ma lwiats are held.

b gtmwf tavitatioms have been
gelti is OOma by the friends of
gBB M Westhers and Miss Lil-
AiAsue., who are graduates of
g IWIard S Bchool this year:
h els M of 190. Emma Willard
,gL Meats the pleasure of your
a-a-g at he comfencemeAt exer-
aa. deamS the saety4-fth year of
t smue. WedeedAy morning, June
S h alN after ten o'clock. Mu-

"-Adir e by the Rev. William R.
"a-ag--. D. D.. Brick Church, Fifth
--. H ew t'k City."

A a mneolag of the baseball asso-
ag 4aea as the diamond late Fri-
a avwumpe Mr. Frank Harris. Jr.,
SNmaterid eamptaim of the ball team.
3g. torristo a baseball enthusiast.
is lo agmoa the best players that
e Orta teasm his sad will be a fine
g gpta Mr. R C. Be nett is mana-
Wr of the team.
Abnm o Stev y little folks who did
ao an the unton picnic gathered
gap tp is the woods in front of Col.
g$jti*gWa '34 and Mr C(amp's. and had
Ssp* sd dismr "The y were as happy
SOf WhAedsl and as busy as bwes. cull-
g gp N W song from -each hour.
.1ar town chaprorns were Misses
&atP P lrlr1 IidoA. Katherine Liv-
o sad A ,ae* t EIagleton. It
S@M&A VU aOMd tC'. picnic and
S. tre roem and lemonade
'w wep merO the deserts.
W. R. O VLal Martel. the

Methodism. He was made editor or
books and of the Quarterly Review of
his church in 1894 at the Memphis
conference. He was elected bishop in
1906. but presided at only two con-
ferences. in the new state of Oklaho-
He married Miss Amelia McTyeire,
daughter of Bishop H. McTyelre, in
1878. He was survived by his wife,
three daughters and three sons.
Bishop Smith
Bishop Alexander Coke Smith, D.
D., died in Asheville. N. C.. December
27. 1906, at the age of 57 years, of
pulmonary tuberculosis. He was
born in South Carolina, September
16. 1849. and was elected to the epis-
copacy at Dallas, in 1902. He was
laid to rest at Norfolk. Va., on Decem-
ber 30.
In 1891 he was a member of the
Ecumenical conference that met in
Washington and discussed "Christian
Co-operation," his discussion being
followed by the most remarkable de-
bate of the conference. Again, in
1901, he went to London as a member
of the Ecumenical conference held
that year. In 1898 he received a large
vote for the episcopacy, and that fall
be was sent as our fraternal delegate
to the Methodist church of Canada. He
married Miss Kate Kinard. December
22. 1875.
Bishop Granberry
John Cooper Granberry was born in
Norfolk. Va., December 5. 1839. He
was graduated from Randolph-Macon
college in 184S. and joined the Virgin-
ia conference the same year, having
received his license to preach while,
still in college. He filled various ap-
pointments in that conference for the
next twelve years, the last three
years previous to the breaking out of
the civil war having been spent as
a chaplain to the University of Vr-
ginia. During the whole period of the
war he was a chaplain in the Confed-
erate army. In one engagement hei
was severely wounded by a musket
ball which, striking his face. cost him
the sight of one eye. As his sight was
not good at best, this proved to be a
severe loss to him.

doubt that the execution of the death
sentence longer has any deterrent ef-
fects and the life sentence would per-
haps be just as salutary, the punish-
ment would be longer, would be con-
tinually an object lesson, and besides
the state would reap some benefits
from the punishment.
Will Barnum, who was convicted of
assault with intent to murder Lizzie
Davis, was sentenced to pay a fine of
fifty dollars and costs, or else serve
sixty days in the county jail.
Henry Singleton, who was convict-
ed of criminal assault, was sentenced
to life imprisonment in the state pen-
Julia Armond, convicted of mayhem
-throwing lye into another woman's
face-was suatenced to one year in
the state penitentiary.
Henry Bennett, convicted of break-
ing and entering, was given two years
in the state prison.
The court will reconvene this morn-
ing at nine o'clock.

Considerable credit is due Senator
J. H. Humphries of the Bradentown
Journal for securing the third read-
ing by the senate of the bill appro
priating $50.000 for the purchase and
equipment of a state prison farm. It
is conceded that if the bill is finally
passed, it will mark the first step to-
ward the abolishing of the present
convict lease system. It must be only
a question of time until the system is
abolished and the convicts put to work
in the building of good roads. Geor-
gia's example is having its influence
on all of the surrounding states. From
Virginia through the Carolinas and
westward to Alabama and Tennessee,
there has developed a wonderfully
strong campaign for good roads and
it is now becoming a popular theory
tha one of the best methods of ob-
taining these roads is by having them
built by the county convicts. The
present farm or farms will go a long
way toward solving the problem of
taking care of the convicts and make
them practically self-sustaining.-St.
Augustine Record.



NOW is the time to lay in a supply of I

Wrenches. and Jelly

Grapes, etc.

Glasses for canning Pears,

All Fruits will soon begin to come

trial on hand and save time. We

Pint Jars at

Quart Jars at

1,2 Gal Jars at

Fruit Jar Tops at

Jelly Glasses at



Fruit Jars, Rubbers, Caps, Jar
Peaches, Plums, Blackberries.
in, so have your canning ma-


If You Think of Your Health he""n putting up pickle
etc, bear in mind that

have just received a fresh supply of

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

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

O. K.




One day last week, while sad and
dreary, weak and weary, across the
unswept floor, we beard at first a
gentle tapping, then it became an ear-
nest rapping, at our sanctum door.
"Come in!" we said, while we ponder-
ed, and in silence still we wondered,
what for us could be in store; then
the door-bolt softly turning, in he
walked, our cheek was burning
though of crimson gore! "Are you
the man what does the writing?"
(what will rhyme with this but fight-
ing? quickly thought we o'er). "Sir,"
we are," we gently told him, if he
tried to beat us sore. "Then you
will please give credit opposite that
little debt for a dollar more; I like
your paper and will take it as long
as you strive to make it as good as
it has been before." We jmuped; he
dodged; thus we missed him, or we
surely would have kissed him, "ven
if the boys did roar; so seldom treat-
ed in this manner, we. felt inclined to
shout hozanna--only this and nothing
more.-Bradentown Herald.

In sailing his dirigible balloon from
Arlington, N. J., cver Manhattan and
back, Capt. Thomas S. Baldwin will
not merely give the people of New
York something curious to look at. He
is a military balloonist. He has built
and sailed for the government a war
balloon whose type has been accept-
ed. He desires to give an illustration
of the ease with which an aerial air-
ship might bomba*d the city.
The filmy object so far in the air,
its sides almost reflecting the rose-
tints of the sun, might seem less beau-
tiful if it left in its wheeling flight a
trail of destruction-bombs bursting
through the roofs of sky scrapers,
fires following their explosion, blazing
gas from broken mains, the corpses of
the stricken in the streets. What if
instead of one such messenger of de-
struction there were a hundred?-


ARK BROS., Props.


Fertilizer COSTS Nothing

IDEAL Investment

Many seem to think that after the crop is set, the tre,.. air
going to mature in some way, and anything they can save on bfr
tilizer is clear gain, but actual results prove that a summer fertil
izing costs less than nothing. 'By making each fruit a little I'h-, -r
many boxes are added to the crop and the fruit brings a hlthe-r
price. Then, a luxurant growth of bearing wood is a necespar:
foundation for a large cro.) next year, and still further gain I s.-'-
in the condition of the trees. If their vitality has been kept .p
they are better prepared for winter and for strong spring actioa
than trees that have becoetr- thoroughly exhausted and have to h
nursed up before they can iespon I to the call of spring.

Call on our local agent, Martin & Cam, or address






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Please you. Otherwise, it will cost
^ you nothing!

are offering

60c dozen




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It will satisfy yoa and do motre-it will pleas ywa. b IK It
rich, smooth and imlt.able.
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y on ve the .o ms, send them nack. and your money wil be





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W" ofar be sem
sI SaMi emtn, to ami for Marin
ON"& V10"f. aSM" Angust 21st,
8f04 mni0 ameasw whereim Chas.
I. s48mr I 111tai adi Cha. W.
W te it d4 -nat. |I have levied on

S* Ju 7tMU U7 W
tw11 ma1 0 .Waa a Ipal sales day. and
dN th al 1heW1 of sale, at the
-IP deam' o t e MsM Mhouse at Ocala.
rIi eS r tw aSle and sell to the
blw ua &" bost b dder for cash. the
It re* -estate In Marion county,.
The woe half of the southeast
1u01rth 09f Lth nortiaeat fourth of sec-
tje eis. twmnp thirteen. south,
ras-r twetY-o01e. east-twenty acres.
At-.. lad 4 bed asewl a beginning at
a p."nt north aifty dgr*e east., sixty-
**eht and 1.7-le0 chains. north forty
dore--.. thinry minute-s. w-t twenty-
1 *. and T I.e. chains from th Msouth-
@mtj "mae .f othf Th.omas rnlniifter h.n. n.'h forty degrees.
tIhr'y n"inut.-* t te ln 'hains. north
ltf .-r* .. j..i t'i.n < hain.. .-u tih

f."O'th e4r-y -a inthirty minut ."'asitv

SAas. userth t,.-nt.v hatin. ..ast 'aix-
t** ri- lt* w nrthu. 1. 1 u n.% r; ,,. _l-
At-. dt ribo-. .-o tco- ninth : ;:i i,

Alur beginning at the- south. et i.or-
agea th e < uthfbe-st on line of grant
thn w el a.1 thence north parasll-

theas. westerly alo ng said lake to
Awheb t ls in at thrtd by the west
Is bamsry Its- of Thomas Clark grant.
theme southw.-,t along the boundary
Sm@ nt rant to place of beginning-
v in& hundred ar,',-t
i'.ld too natli-fy -aid *-x--cution anal
hterift of Marion County. Florida.
Plaintiff'- Attorn.-y. .-

Deparmat of the Interior.
U' t. Lad OmS at Gaineaville, Fla
April 24. 19S.
Me.tr hbreby gives that William
Stt of Kedriek. Florida. who, a
agembr M. 191. made hometeatd
eary N.- 212. (serial number
*s11ot for ortabeast quarter of south-
e W q uar. se-ties S3, township 14.
=w th. rsM 21. east. Tallahassee me-
dil, a.boS led Notice of intention to
a- SAs f ve year proof to estab-
kat eftlm to the land above describ-
ed. before th clerk of the circuIt
wemar st Orala. Florida, on the
god vay ef JM e, 19M.
day of April. 190.
Cltalmat amae as witnesess:
Ulgen Washinglton tt Kendrick,
Is'lh l Grwe of K,-uarick. Florida.
Perry awards of Kendrick., Flor-

Dn l Dlniel o; Kendrick. Florida.
s-s. HIRY ? :'Ht'BB. Register -


Ie '6- t(Iruilt Curt of the nifth Judi-
,tial Circuit of Florida. In and for
Maris count y- In Chancery.
1Skuae Taytkr Complainant. vs. E.l-
ard Tayrkr [lk-fendant-Order for
( *"o rnt~ ii ,- +<,rvi<-,.
It t- ordered that the defendant
-Er#4% muanet-d. t<-mit Edward Taylor.
be nm4 he i hereb require.! to ap-
pt a o th,. bill of complaint fil.-d ii
lbls ,em' on o(t*V -fre Mondan. the
.%1 dla~ ot Augmu -t 140.
I| tI further ord-re'd it' a copy of
this ore.l.r hew |ibllthed once a week
for .bt i em*-tlive weeks in the
(Oeali sann.r. a newspaper publish-
-4 ti, ta aid r"lat' nid state.
Thi lWt day of May. 1901 .
4 T SISTRt'.K.
(, ii re-ut'i ot (oun. Malo Co.. Fla.
,21" By M E. Sumner. D. C.

NMi le t iswi web)y glvei that on the
3rd day of July. A. D. 19. the un-
d l a* executors of the last
wS mi t wnm t of Herbert A. Ford.
Spgms teir accomts and vouch-
et 1 Jb 3 k1 Judge of probate In
sad Te mam es omty. at hs office in
Dea. ww imisak their final mt-
M M md win apply for mal dis-
Oca5s. Fl :Sri day of January.

As USmt.s Of the last Will a'
1mt eot f rbert A. Ford.

-m -

Is gives, ~to an ed
~ ~ said an etb er-Pn
o suseof bga~ 16Ba-~

- mft waew0 m em or 4-
MEN somuar c. t zinOUI
otheSSWt* of
~ 3 IL esa.deceased

I~P 3s~ t~ IVIEan5the Brst,

~'iE i LIK LAM

esim stbm st&Ukedabroad

*-thr ouat the sMth- -
Sa souther village at mid- piulmhble. At length, when, In No-
light, rode one of the wert esval- member, 1868, GramS was elected PreO
cedes the mlad can conjure up. There ident, the power of the Ku Klux Klan
were a huadre riders. Each wore & begna to wane; some of its chiefs be-
shapeless ghavty gown, a white mask ing satisfied that the south would re-
and a tall cardboard hat. The horses celve Justice at the great general's
were covered with white cloth. They hands. By 1871 the klan was extinct.
were shod in soft leather so that their From time to time, in after years,
hoof-beats made no sound. lawless bands ha'- been formed IL
Like grotesque spirits the horse- the south and southwest, caning them-
men moved on. The few negroes who selves the "Ku Klux Klan" and com-
were still abroad sank to earth, pray- emitting various fepradations. But
Uag and shuddering. The proceswson they have no connection with the orig-
halted at a cabin, whose negro owner final klan. In fact, men who were
was summoned forth. One of 'lie suspected of having held high office in
masked riders dismounted and poirn- the Ku Klux were the first to de-
ed to a big water-tub standing by the nounce the later desperadoesw-Albert
doorway. The trembling negro Payson Terhune, In the New York
brought the tub to lim. The masked World.
rider lifted the tub to his lips, and at
one draught drained its five galtonrs TRUE PATRIOTISM
of water (apparently down his threat; --
really into a rubber bag concealed .n- As a general rule, there has been
der his robe). Then in a sepulce'ral too much of sectionalism in the press
voice, lie groaned: of Florida;. too often have we failed
"That is the first water I've tastd' to recognize the good things possess-
'since I was kilid at Gettysburg." ed by our neighbors. This paper has
The story spread far and wide. Th. always urged that Florida is big
iek,.roes and the more ignorant whit- enough and great enough to care for
men of the district were hencefornt all sorts and conditions of men and
firmly convinced that the white-:-.'>- that no one section has a monopoly of
ed. silont-moving horsemen w r i all the good things of which Florida
ghosts. Such was one of the man: can boast. It must be through the in-
tricks whereby the mysterious Ku culcation of this spirit of unselfish-
Klux Klan inspired fear among its vic- ness that undertakings of state-wide
times. The klan's membership is said importance. such as the building of
to have included hundreds of the fr.i- state highways, can be made success-
most statesmen, generals and fin ,- ful. To 'the people must come a real-
clal magnates in the south. Yet 1.o ization of the fact that what is a bene-
outsider knew-nor knows to this -who really belonged to it. Nuia.r- te to the entire state, directly or in-
ous crimes were laid to the klan's ac directly. The growth and development
count: but more of its actions remain of Pensacola. Tampa, Jacksonville
buried in history. No one even kno. s !and other centers of population,
where or how the name "Ku Klux" or- I means an increase in the wealth of
iginated. nor what it meant. By some Florida. enlarges the market for the
it was said 'to represent the sour. produce of the farmer and fruit grow-
made by cocking a pistol. The wu .l er, and in many other ways results in
"klan" was added by some allit'-:.- benefit to the people as a whole.
tive newspaper writer. Under the caption, "State-Wide and
After the civil war the soutr'i- Home Prosperity," Editor Howard of
states went through the agonies ,f the Orlando Reporter-Star publishes
"reconstruction." The southern. an editorial a editorial along this line that s s
feared the negro vote. and wern in much to the point that it is herewith
dread of negro uprisings. To k-,p reproduced by the Record. Mr. How-
the ex-slaves in subjection as well as ard says:
to protect themselves against certain "Wha'tevur helps the state of Flor-
moves on the part of northern poli- ida helps the county of Orange. What-
ticians and "carpt-baggers" stationed ever helps the county of Orange helps
in the south, a party of Tennessee men the city of Orlando, Ind every other
formed in 1866 a sort of vigilance so- city withifl our county lines.
cley, adopting the white robe. hat and "We cannot be a law unto ourselves
mask as disguise. The idea caught and prosper; we cannot be divided
the fancy of other communities. Kin- and succeed.
dred societies were at once forced. "No self-centered man ever had the
until, in 1868, the Ku Ki.'x Klan was larger success that grows outside of
supposed to have membership of al- himself, and by the same token no
most half a million. :elf-centered town amounted to three
A solemn ritual was prepared (a blue beans outside of itself.
copy of which is now in the Columbia "We believe in state-wide prosper-
library), a series of secret signals was ity and willingly give space to every
arranged, and the members founi, oc- legitimate proposition that has in it
cult means of communicating with the elements for success to any part
one another. They rode. acted and of the state, believing that a generous

planned in silence. Often, in the;
raids, no rider knew what man rode
next to him. They declared them-;
selves loyal to the United States, and
called i1emselves protectors of the
Some tio the Ku Klux victims were
killed .others were horsewhipped. oth-
ers forced to leave town. Congress
tried to bieak up the klan. but failed.
It is hard to force a society to disband
when its meeting places and the very
names of its members are unknown.'
Mantime. the Ku Klux Klan rode
nightly on its mystic missions. Bius
of paper, whereon were scrawled
warnings, skulls, and crossbones, etc..!
would be found pinned on house
doors. If the man of the house disre-
garded the warning and failed to leave
the neighborhood, so much the worse
for him. "Carpet-baggers" and ne-
groes were dragged from their beds
at night, whipped and sometimes
tarred and feathered. One negro vo-
ter was halted in a dark lane on his
way to a political meeting by a horse-
man who seemed eight feet high, and
who seized him with a skeleton hand.
A band of a thousand masked riders
galloped into the public square of a
southern city one night, just before
the elections were to be held. They
were armed to the teeth. They com-
mitted no act of violence, and at &
signal they vanished into the dark-
ness. But thier presence frightened
most of the negroes out of going to
the polls next -day.
Death and other retribution for real

Notice is hereby given that on the
2*th day of June, 1909, at 10 o'clock,
In the morning of said day. applica-
tion wi be made to Hon. W. S. Bul-
lock, judge of the ctircit court for
the fifth judicial circuit of the state of
Florida, for an order' incorporating
the WOMAN'S CLUB of Ocala, Flor-
Ida. The character and objects of the
corporation to be formed are: To pro-
mote the literary, worthy, scientific
and civic welfare and advancement of
its laborers and of the community in

spirit will directly or indirectly be
beneficial to our own county.
"Just so. we are in for everything
that will tend to better the county at
large, knowing that it can take noth-
ing from Orlando and really must be
"We have put a half century into
this old word and our observation of
men and th-iiigs teaches us that sel.
fishness works out its own destruc-
tion and is a blight upon everything
with which it comes in contact, soon
or laie."--St. Augustine Record.


A negro prisoner was tried Satur-
day for bigamy, and for a smooth ar-
ticle on the prevaricating line he is
easily entitled to wear the belt. His
last wife testified that she was mar-
ried to him on a certain day in Gaines-
ville, after first procuring a marriage
license from Judge Mason. She gave
the name of the colored preacher who
performed the ceremony and the wit-

. f 4 1- I .11 .i -.-

"Cons"tering my declination to bow
down and worship Mr. Bryan of Ne-
braska as treasonable in the extreme,
one Alexander, who happens to be a
representative from Volusia county,
and who all of the people of Florida
know has been in open hostility to
the democratic party in that state for
the past twenty-five years, and who
has never supported a nominee un-
less it suited his purpose to do so, in-
troduced in the house a resolution
censuring me and indorsing the
'peerless' one.
"Think of this, Mr. Speaker, a
branch of a state legislature being
made to entertain a resolution having
for its object the censure of a repre-
sentative of congress of the United
States for words spoken in debate in
congress! Think of a law-making body
being asked to abandon its legitimate
duties and resolve itself into a politi-
cal caucus or mass meeting, at the
heavy expense of the tax payers, in
order 'to condemn the democracy of
one man, and to give another man a
certificate as a democrat.
"Alexander, who introduced this
foolish resolution in a grave legisla-
tive body, pressed for its immediate
passage, and seven others besides
himself voted for its immediate pass-
age. Of these seven so voting was
one-Light, of Marion county-who
posed as one of the leaders of the
populist party in Florida when that
organization was seeking to overthrow
the democracy of that state; and
there was one, Miller, from Lake coun-
ty, who, I am informed, was only a
few years ago a candidate for govern-
or of another state on a ticket in op-
position to the regularly nominated
ticket of the democratic party.
"These were the leaders in the
movement to censure me, and to read
me a lesson in democratic faith and
party loyalty. I admit that it was pre-
eminently proper for them, as indi-
vidual politicians, to laud the democ-
racy of their illustrious exemplar from
Nebraska, but I emphatically deny
either their right or their competency
to sit in judgment on the character
of my democracy.
"When these three beautiful varie-
gated politicians, together with their
five misguided followers, failed in
theft manly effort to have the house
censure me without a hearing and
without notice to me, the further con-
sideration of this most weighty teso-
lution was postponed to a future day,
and the house tendered me an invita-
tion to appear and make answer to
the serious charges laid at my door."


The great nerve and brain restora-
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strength and vitality, builds up the
system and renews the normal vigor.
For sale by druggists or by mail, $1
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nesses who saw the marriage perform- per Ux o ouxes ,w 9.
SSold by 5yings Co. z
ed. With a straight and unblushing
face the man denied her story in toto MICANOPY WANTS A. C. L. MAIN
and said that at the very time she LINE
claimed that they were married he -
was serving a sentence in the Marion Micanopy citizens want to be plac-
county jail, giving the name of the ed on the main line of the A. C. L.
Jailor, the crime for which he was con- railway, and with this end in view
victed, the Judge before whom he was have sent a delegation to Tallahassee
tried, the lawyer who defended him, to work up the matter and thoroughly
and all the details connected with the agitate It before the legislature and
trial. He was so apparently sincere the railroad commission.
that perhaps the judge and jury be- The emomlttee sent to the state
lived that he was testifying truthful- capital comprises Dr. H. L. Montgom-
ly, but the court ordered that the jail- ery. Dr. J. D. Watkins, C. E. Melton
or be phoned to. and he said that the and Mr. Hyde. It is understood that
jail records showed that no such man they will furnish 'he right-of-way for
was serving out a sentence at the time this proposed new route and will also
named. The negro then said that they assist the railway people otherwise in
surely got his name wrong, for he was making the changes which will give
there all right. Then the court order- them a new and improved service.
ed that the judge of probate in Gaines- It is also claimed that the new route
ville be 'phoned to. and thht official will shorten the distance to the south
corroborated the woman's testimony, over five miles, which would be an-
saying that the recordS showed the other advantage to the railroad.
marriage of the persons by the names The amount of money that would be
given, apd that the colored preacher required to construct the new road-
mantlonnd hv th.a wnman kha ne frm--.w .. a i a* tpntlfrmn and inet what



Frank Clark has made another
speech in congress. He pays his re-
spects to some of the ifembers of our
state legislature as follows:
"The legislature of my state con-
vened in regular biennial session on
April 6, 1909, the day following the de-
livery of my speech here. That leg-
islature, while supposed to be entire-
ly democratic, contains In the member-
ship of the house of representatives a
few populists, independents, and oth-
ers, who have always in the past train-
ed with the enemies of democracy,
but. who are now masquerading as the
only real, genuine democrats left on
earth. They wear collars upon which
are branded in large letters, 'None
genuine without our trademark. Yours
forever, W. J. B.'
Raps "Jeems"

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Of course we could not begin to enumerate in detail our
but we would call your attention to the following partial liCM
goods and pri(es--others in proportion.


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Cotton and Wool Art Squaree--0 t
Ten Wire Tapestry uAmeses AM
Squaree-418 to 25.
All Wool Granite Brsel A0
Squares- to $14.
Japanese Matting Art
Small Rugs to match all of thre ae6
at reasonable prices.

Axminister Art
pretty designs,
Wool Fibre and
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna
$45. (We are
these goods).

Squares-In many
$20 to $35.
Fibre Art Squarese-

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China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Ple-e To
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Turns Cattle, Hores, Hos-Is PratflMy idest '.

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- ,b.a -

o &e m te fte baeHots sws
emaee ever the two for-
s mi -d t s vote is consider-
e tWme a lerh e as any of the

wsk Owens, the leader in
gglekdstrket, shows a gain of
e d mse the last- count, while
le4tme at Mctae also show

nm et the 1 in their respective

0I mMary7 Gwtes, Mattle Pyles
and iOcaM Contest.-
I t h ave wtdram a as account
b eW6eU to emploPaes of sev-
Si intoersted, all had
t vea, a amber of which
S eI the m tet e Miss Gates
N LMS Miss Pyre, 1516 and Miss
e r a theaatd vtes These
ae vewry graeefuly withdrew
T = mdt that the rules uader
b e eott wur begc rnan were
VtIOta If they remaaied in the

am pott dammad rngsd
s to be oteemeid for are now
i th e w ia w of Burnett's
I w w-r ea mr the postoce.
S BmwA to ive aBl an opportunity
N4 w0ii equal chances the
I sode bm Gvued into three
- mim asewi: Ocala section In.
"000D eo the dcty alts; Northern
AM B f e all of Marion county
:4 at the A. C. L. railway between
I m4mlosn. aorth of the Sea-
gMmay OOala to Silver Springs,
Mgt we- et of Slver Springs run
W MOe Oklawvea rAver; Southern
O an the eematy south of this

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1 pPrse absolutely free for
Ab ses at your acqunatmtnce.
ge Onw otriMs to the offer.
" uoenf at the Dally Banner will
a a ee am geod for five votes
t Ne o t, o wh. e the Weekly Ban-
W m emetl s a 10-vote coupon.
mes ~IWO be imsed with every
4 ag fP- e wao e from these firms
ba & 1a ef oe vote for every cent
-um- WS tb=m.
ft~eSm vho have entered the lists



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1t SMovwg Isa the result of the
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Oeea Ditrict

mm SOamIe Owem.s. ..7 ... 2
MIs Myrtle Whitfield.. .. ....1
Se Gew Hatcrbhell.........
UI- IEas tan Smith.. .....
Uia dNa C(ulverhouse......
ml S UMit Thagard........
sMo tata e over ..........
1m Mi-mte Ie Carlisle ......
Mias sile Johnson........
Ie Leawsr Norwood.. .. .. ..
Ies Rede Todd............
Mi- Laecie Moo re.... ......
3Mm I10 Rheiddo" ..........
MEl jeeab D. Robbtnson......
MNs Oer Weston ............
am L D.. Whitlock .... .. ....
IeN Zlma Perry.... .. .....
NW Aurlte MNAteer.........
0a Wli eefred Tucker......
Msm Meaeor Crom ..........
fis MUnd MeAteer.. .......
mm law ly Pelv..........
MIu Minte P etenmn........
Meetem Distriet
IbI larsa McRae. Boardman..
Is Irmsa I nham. Martin.. ..
Si TYv aule Seckinger, Martel
UIN Rubte Ray. Martel......
Miss Mary Kemp. Martel.....
Mits Bewish Carington. Kendr'k
lma tssie Tucker. Martel....
Mea. A. A. Olin. Kendrick.. ..
"as Rgk8le McCully. Berlin..
blm Iae Brooks. Zuber......
Miss RIby Walts. Orange Lake
Mis Norsworhy. Mclntosh....
Ube DNe Howell. Anthony.. ..
Miss Pelmbtrg. Dunnellon......
m It DBack.. Martel......
M UlMe ona. Keedrick....
Mias tt Nih. Keedrick.. ....


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la the nominatng blank in the AMERICAN NATION SUPREME across every bhihway entering its do- SENATORIAL COURTESY
per, moianatiMs are still in order, ---,. main proclaims to 'the downtrodden
d anyone to lace a name (Col. Bennett H. Young.) ,and oppressed of every clime that all j Now, of course, while it ain't proper
"I have chosen for my theme to- who enter here shall have fullest real- For a literary gent
on the Ista may do so by simply de- night the dignity of American man- ization of true liberty, that free men To accuse a man like Bailey
positing the votes in the ballot boxes I I Of a low and base intent;
or nlin thsame votes in this ofce care hood. I want to show you how the alone dwell beneath its flag, that this Still it don't seem proper, neither,
or mailing same to s oce, c American nation is supreme through-I land recognizes the absolute equalityI And, n fact, it seems quite raw,
"Contest Department," Ocala Banner, out the world, how American man- of all citizens before the law, and For a high official gent to
hood stands above that of all other that no man is born good enough to Soak the auhor on the jaw.
"nations. rule without the consent of him who And it aggervates the person
A DUAL PERSONALITY "American men have faced the is to be governed. Who receives the mighty soak,
S-- most terrible crises in the history of i "England, with its thousand years When it seems the outraged states-
A great many people in Jacksonville Ithe world. They have not only faced! of progress, has never been able to, Shoum have punched another bloke.
are criticizing Mr. Farris for speak- them, but they have come out glo- produce a municipal wonder like Chi- While we hate to seem too captious,
are criticizing Mr. Farrs for speak- we hate to seem too captious,
ing on both sides of the question of'rious at the end. They have conquer- cago, and if all the nations were to Still we claim it ain't quite right,
the passage of the Jacksonville char- ed all difficulties, combine in eighty years, according to So we say to Texas Bailey,
"Though I fought in the Confeder- the natural laws of development they "Pick the right gent when you fight.
ter bill, but if they would stop and ate army, and am now head of the could not be united, out of a wilder- "You're a member of the senate
think they would see many reasons Kentucky division, I am as loyal to ness--bring forth one suc6L itv as' And you shouldn't be uncouth
for his doing just what he did. the nation as any northerner, as are this. The greatest monument ever If some capitol reporter
In the first place, Mr. Farris is also all southerners. I fought in the erected to the progressive genius and in your state when men get angry,
speaker of the house. The most essen- Eighth Kentucky cavalry. I was with irrepressible enterprise of this repub-; They pack guns, so we've heard tell,
speaker oqualtyhen a speaker is mparost esseal- Gen. Morgan when he was captured lic is this marvelous city, and its men i And it looks a bit effete to
near Lsbo.hn I was brought to Chi- and women have given the world the' Learn that you pack an umberell'."

ity. Mr. Farris supported the bill
Wednesday night and opposed it on
Saturday. How else could he have
been impartial? He would have show-
ed partiality if he had supported it
Wednesday night without opposing it
Saturday, or it he had opposed it Sat-
urday without supporting it Wednes-
day night. As it is one occasion can-
cels the other, and leaves Mr. Farris
impartial Do the critics of Mr. Far-
ris blame the speaker for impartial-

cago and placed in Camp Douglass
here with several hundred other Con-
federate prisoners. I escaped from
the military prison adi got into Can-
ada. From there I got back to my
own division in the south.
"I differed with you at that time,
but I want to say that a southern
heart beat as warmly and loyally for
home and for America at that time
as mine and yours do at the present
time. It was an unfortunate diffor-
encre hut it is now ended. There is

Then it must be remembered that di..erenc et e the.. .
Mr. Parris wished to vote intelligent- no longer any difference between the
ly on the measure. How could henorth and the south.
y onthemeasure. Howt could "There have been many crises in
have voted intelligently without hear- The hir o te replcwi
ingekonbothsides?Mr. he history of the republic which put
ring himself speak on v gsies r. to the highest test the true quality
Farris is a convincing speaker. It of American manhood, and now in the
would have been unjustof his logic and elo- light of the past we can confidently
all the benefit of his logic and elo-
quence to one side, and then he might point to all that happened in national
quence to one side and then he m life and say that the American citizen
have convinced himself wrongly i, he has never failed to meet every emer-
had not also spoken on the other side. gency that his day and geveratior
A representative of the people agency that his day and generation
A representative of the peope called him to face, and that he man-
should do all in his power to repre- fully, modestly and bravely solved
sent all his constituents. This is not ry o ha a l aled
always possible. In fact, it took the everyroblem which fate placed himbe-
genius of Mr. Farris to make it pos- "The war for Ameican independ-
sible. His speech Wednesday night w fo indpen-
sibleased the majority of his ay constitu- ence, the valorous conflict of 1812, the
pleased the majority of his constitu-iwar with Mexico, the mightiest of a
ents, but there were a number of pol-struggle from 1861-5, the dark and
iticians in the county that it did not grewsome days of reconstruction, the
please. Just an ordinary representa- gSpanish-American imbroglio, the free-
tive would have stopped at that; but Spanish-American imbroglio, the free-
Mr. Farris is not an ordinary repre- ing of Cuba, all proclaim that the
e e I c w men of America can undertake all
I ssentative. He is content with not things, endure all things and conquer
ing less than pleasing all his constit- all things.
uents, and so he pleased Saturday theear much of the man behind
"We hear much of the man behind
men who had been left out in' the cold the gun. With the considerable
the gun. With the inconsiderable
Wednesday night. And to think that standing army that public sentiment
there are men in Jacksonville who justifies in this republic, the man be-
thoughtlessly blame him for this hind the gun can exert only an infini-
stroke of patriotic genius! tesimal force. In a general upheaval
This is a pushing, energetic coun- of an extended revolution he would
ty. No man but an active one can fit- be as nothing. The really great pow-
ly represent it. We doubt whether
e s a r c t I t er is latent, in the millions of men
there is another county in the state fo h outy h p e
that is represented by a man who can who, fortheir country's honor, peace
turn such a complete lt asor glory would go behind the gun and
Mr lFarric turned He dispanlaved such

remarkable agility that it is evident
that be could find plenty to do be-
tween sessions of the legislature.
There are many circuses in the land.
But it is said that Mr. Far-is does
not know his own mind. Why bother

ways produced when the hour de-
manded action-the greatest volun-
teer army that ever aligned under any
flag in any age. Today if this repub-
lic needed 5.000.000 of soldiers to re-
pel invasion or resent a national in-
AiUrguit., hazm -' wuAu +^ ~LUai ,

gid .nity these woulU spring to aims,
about such a little thing? What if he I
boeut no a itlse og. Wa f, land -the tramp of millions of patriot-
doesn't; no one else does. Surely, j. kno
-I. .... V .,ic freemen fro-m a land that knows

Mr. Farris should nout e censlured ifor
not knowing what no one else knows.


only absolute equality in all its citi-
enship would shake the earthewith
their steady tread to defend the true
and the right.,
"The history of America shows that

No one has ever made a salve. oint- her citizen soldiery are the best of
ment. lotion or balm to compare with the type in the world's history, and
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the one the echoes of heroic deeds from Shi-
perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns. loh, Gettysburg, Murfreesboro. Antie-
Bruises. Sores. Scalds. Boils. Fliers.
Eczema. Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, tam. Manassas,. Cold Harbor, Chica-
Cold Sores. Chapped Hands, it's su- mauga and hundreds of other battle-
preme. Infallible for Piles. Only 25c. age and the chivalry of the American
at Tydings & Co. m age and the c ay of the American
ng Co. volunteer, whether he wore the gray
VINCENT-BASSETT or wore the blue.
"That country is richest that hour-
To the Editor Ocala Banner: 'ishes.the greatest number of true and
A quiet wedding was solemnized patriotic cities; in this regard the
Tuesday evening at the beautiful home United States is possessed of immeas
of Capt. J. A. Grumbles, at No. 34,'ureable wealth. America demands
near Holder, when Mr. W. R. Vincent; first of all that her citizens are men
and Miss Lillian Basset were made in the broadest and widest scope of
man and wife. Rev. Cameron of Lar- that generic term. Fortune may re-
go officiated. move such an one from one place to
Mr. Vincent was identified with the another, btrt he will always be in the
Kibler Bros'. commissary business for'right place when duty calls.
several years. He is now located at "England seeks to be the mistress
Fivay in the mercantile business for of the ocean, and she has the biggest
himself, and is very popular in bust- navy of all nations. She extends her
ness and social circles. conquest wherever the shores of a
The beautiful and accomplished, hemisphere are washed by the sea,
bride is a daughter of Mr. J. D. Bas- and her drum beat is never stilled
sett of Largo, formerly of Anthony. with her. To the vast majority of
and a granddaughter of the well her subjects she rules by fear and
known Captain Fletcher of Ocala. ,force, and she holds up the bayonet
Only the immediate families with and exhibits the sword as the real
a few of the special friends of the con-i power of government.
tracing parties were present at the! "France seeks to entertain its peo-
wedding. pie to make them happy, contented
The bride and groom left immedi-land prosperous, but its aims are lim-
ately for their future home at Fivay. jited to its narrow confines, and an
PAT. 'emotional outburst of a mob may rob
--- ... that country of true liberty and de-
NOTICE Istroy the foundations of its adminis-
Notie is herebygvCen that thetm:i "The Austrian empire is ever schem-

highest example of thrift, of unity, of
courage and of success in the building
of a great metropolis of trade and
"In America there are no signs of
decay. Its manhood will safely and
wisely pass all ordeals that will arise
along its path. Universal education,
unparalleled patriotism, will produce
the noblest results that government
can bring, and the whole world will
catch inspiration and take hope from
the career of this splendid govern-
ment, which relies solely upon the in-
telligence and patriotism of its people
for its perpetuation and its power.

"New occasions teach new duties,
Time makes ancient good uncouth,
They must upwards still and onwards,
Who would keep abreast of truth."
"We shall listen to the noble voices
of the past. We shall learn by the
trials and experiences of (lays gone
by. We shall forget the doubtful or
the wrong; we shall hold to the cer-
tain and the true. We shall stand for
the noblest ideals of liberty and free-
dom. We shall exalt honor and truth,
and we shall by the gleaming and glo-
rious history and examples of the days
that are gone with their beacon lights
ever before our eyes, reach to the
highest and best development of the
great doctrines and principles which
have made our land the freest, the
bravest and the geratest that has
ever shown out on the woprd's hori-


The Florida Club at Washington and
Lee University was organized about
thirty years ago, and has continued in
active existence ever since. It is the

But we reckon Texas Bailey
Wa'n't so wrong at all,
For the young gent that he walloped-
Get the point ?-was rather small;
And the senate's keen on manners
When it ain't too keen on pelf,
And its etiquette, "Hit no one,
'Less he's smaller than yourself."
-Arthur Roche, in New York World.

From the south Florida view point
there is all kinds of possible impor-
tance attached to the bill introduced
in the house yesterday by a represent-
ative of DeSoto which provides for
the chartering of the Palm Beach,
Okeechobee and Punta Gorda railroad.
The proposed railroad is to extend
around the state from Palm Beach,
around Lake Okeechobee to Punta
Gorda, on Charlotte harbor. Such a
plan has been discussed for many
years, but this is the first time in
which it has ever come up in tangible
shape. The charter gives the com-
pany until 1915 to complete the road.
Mr. T. B. King of Arcadia and other
influential south Florida business
men are understood to be behind the
measure.-Tampa Tribune.

Those attractive women who are
lovely in face, form and temper are
the envy of many, who might be like
them. A weak, sickly woman may be
nervous and irritable. Constipation
or Kidney Poisons snow in pimples,
blotches, skin eruptions and a wretch-
ed complexion. For all such, Electric
Bitters work wonders. They regulate
Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify
the blood; give strong nerves, bright
eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety
skin, lovely completion. Many
charming women owe their health and
beauty to them. 50c. at Tydings &
Co. m



WasCured byLydiaE Pk
Adrian Ga. "I feared uto
misery from a femaleO weakne sa-
disa and I could not stan mIS

haenee I had, au
S&al aM inut at a
tUe. 11Y doctor
sam an 01Mt.s

I dreaded italant
as much as dadb
One day I Wae
readmf f W W tSm

ema dby LY4S I

man d bad Wib
it. Before I had takem one ttle a
wasbetter Ad Woaw I amn e
curev."--LA V. E urr looe X&
3. Adrian, Ga.
Why will wo-en take che e, wth
an operation or drag out a icrW.
half-hearted existence, mim. gthWs
fourths of the joy of living, whebn Mth
can find health in ydia L Piakhm 0
S table Compound.
r thirty it has bui the
standard rEmeh B female infad
has cured thousands of worse whe
have been troubled with mech al.
ments as displacements,. Inuammtio.,
ulceration, fibroid tumors, inigular-
ties, periodic paint backache, Idldife-
tion, and nervous prostration,
If you have tisle ~shftst Mu
thatt M id* wk i .lUr sVe S
table ompoaul wi l 74
write to Mr. Plakhm
a i. Y letter
Muass for advice. Yew W SW
will be absolutely c4-fea -m l.
and the advice free,


Governor Smith on Fridlay granu.'I
another pardon over the recomnanitnda
tion of the prison board. henry C-
hen, a negro, was sentenced to life
imprisonment for murder. The gov-
ernor orders the sentence commuted
to present service and the negro par
doned. The following statement was
issued from the governor's offtie.
"Cohen was convicted at the .spril
term, 1893. of the superior court of
Rockdale county of the crime of niur-
der and sentenced to life Imprison-
ment. The prison commission having
had under advisement an application
for executive clemency. declined to
recommend clemency.
"He was convicted of killing his

third largest state club in the college. -wife. He protested that the killing
The purpose of the organization is The Woman's Christian Temperance was accidental. The physical coedi-
to bring into closer contact all stu- Union held their regular meeting at tion showed that the killing could
dents from Florida. Their motto is the parsonage on Tuesday. The prrin-have been accidental. The testimony
"Back to Florida next June." cipal business under discussion was of one negro woman turned the scale
The usual banquet was omitted this the 4th of July celebration to be held against Cohen. Facts developed mitRe
year on account of the serious illness in Belleview on Saturday, July 3rd. the trial discredit her testimony. All
of Mr. Price, and later, the untimely All are planning a big time and want the jurors who tried the case. and
death of one of the members, Mr. Col- everyone to be present. Picnic din- many of the best people of Rockdale
lin M. Blake, of Tampa. ner at 12 o'clock. Everyone is in- county now believe Cohen innmoecn
During the current session the Flor- vited to help everyone else to have a and petition for his pardon The
ida men have not only maintained good time. * judge who tried the case is dea Co
their usual high standard in cass hen has been in the peiwntentlary 16
work, but have also made an enviable A THRILLING RESCUE years. He is a poor negro. without
record in other lines oc college activi- How Bert R. elan of Cheney, Wash., friends, except white men. who a.ove
ties. The university chose as its rep- was saved from a frightful death is a in his behalf on account of their be-
resentative in the state oratorical con- story to thrill the world. "A hard lief in his Innocence. His cnluct in
test Mr. Adams of Jasper, son of the cold," he writes. "brought on a des- ief nhi H t
distinguished orator, Senator Adams. operate lung trouble that baffled an ex- the penitentiary has been good.
pert doctor here. Then I paid $10 to "Therefore, in view of the forego-
In athletics, too, the Florida mten $15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spo- ing facts, it is ordered that the sea
distinguished themselves. On the kane, who did not help me. Then I ac th is er that the n.d
football team "McCord and Morales went to California, but without bene- tence of the said Henry Chben be and
were a tower of strength in that line, fit. At last I used Dr. King's New e same is hereby commuted to re
were a tower of strength in that l Discovery, which completely cured ent service and that he be discharged
while Blake, at end, stopped every- me. and I am now as well as ever." from custody forthwith."
thing that came his way." In the For Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs -
'gymnasium, Searing and Dawkins won and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whoop- HOW TO KILL AND COOK A P0O
first olace ono' flying rings and ing Cough it's supreme. 50c. and $1.
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Ty-
horizontal respectively. On the clings & Co. m ----
track, Searilg again starred, being Just how a possum ought to be kill-
decidedly the best man in the univer- In the circuit court of Marion coun- ed and cooked is told in the Atlanta
sity on short distance. He has receiv- ty Saturday, after deliberating less Constitution by an expert, known far
ed five medals and the university than an hour the jury in the case of and wide !n Georgia. He says:
monogram, an unusual honor to be Clark, Ray, Johnson Company vs. the "To kill a possum his head should
conferred upon a freshman.-Sunday's Dutton Phosphate Company, returned be placed beneath a stick. Stand on
Times-Union. a verdict or the plaintiffs, which, the stick and pull the possum's tall
The Mr. Price referred to in this with interest, will amount to about until his neck is broken. A pomsm
item is Mr. Lawrence Price of Inver- $15.000. The trial, which has been requires cAreful treatment, and to
ness, who was compelled to leave col- fought hard by the attorneys on both cook one to perfection a pe.uliar ar-
lege on account of a critical illness. sides, is one of the largest and most rangement is necessary. A pea ea
He was graduated last year from the important cases tried there in some legs should be provided with a hole
Ocala High School and is an excep- time, and has occupied the attention in one end which can be plugged.
tionally brilliant young man, and his of the ocurt throughout the past week. Coals placed under the pea win slow-
ill health is a source of keen soirow The suit was brought to recover roy- ly cook the possum, and as the grease
to his friends, who are expecting great alty on unmined rock, and has been runs out of the csrcass It should be
things from him. closely watched by phosphate men. drawn off from time to time. All the
Mr. W. Troy Hall of Gainesville,! The defense claimed that they had time the carcass should be basted wt h
Ga., formerly of this city, is also a mined to the water level and that the a sauce made of pepper and viagar
member of the Florida Club at the mines had been exhausted. All the In tibe meantime the potatoes should
Washington and Lee University. mines and lands are located in Citrus be boiled. When the possum Is almost
county.-Inverness Chronicle. done the potatoes should be packed is
PICNIC AT ST. JOHNS CHURCH the pan around the possum, a I:ttle
CHOSE BOTH EVILsugar sprinkled over them. and the
The Masons of Friendship lodge No. gravy which has been drawn ,, from
53, P. & A. M.. will celebrate St. Johns An exchange says that a citizen of the pan should be poured on. after
day June 24th, with some public Ma- a certain county in Florida, when ask- which the possum and potatoes ao
sonic addresses. They will furnish ed how it happened that his county be browned to a turns
nlenty of lemonade and ice water free elected Mr. Blank to the legislature, a r."

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ga" oOmla Baamer:
A bautlMl weddtg service took;
Mto i St. L Johas M. E. church,
aush aSday. May 3th at 7-:20



Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mrs. Hall Wood has been very Ill
for a week. hut In nnw imnmvinw

P m. The eoartactlg parties were# Mr. Robert Evans has Just return-
Me Hatte Rae Barco of Cttoed home from a short visit to friends
Mart er Reynolds n Georgia.
Sad mr. Marn Luther Reynolds Mrs. Grover shipped a coop of
01 Oe1a. Two hundred cards were chickens to Chicago yesterday.
a0t Ot w ad the church was comfor- Chickens must be getting scarce up
taMy Sm1f. ; there.
The hawre was handsomely decor- Mr. Hough is selling off his white
handsomely deoleghorn hens at one dollar a piece to
Someone in Alachua, who is starting
MUIG Claire Bryan of Terrell pre- a poultry farm.
alded at tme organ, and at 7:15 the1 The people of Evinston are working
pwrty arrived at the church. and to_ diligently to raise the amount of
the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding money necessary to build the Metho-
march vtered in the following sman- dist church. Several hundred dollars
Ter: Mr and Mrs. William McCreight have been collected, and they have
BarTo. Mrs. William Edwin Veal. ma- subscriptions to the amount of one
tien of honor. little Misses Rachel and thousand dollars.
Helev Veal. flower girls. Miss Carrie Mr. P. K. Richardson is having the
Iarro. maid of honor, entered with plans drawn up for his new house.
the bride, while Mr. William Edwin Dr. W. M. Richardson and two
Veal acted as best man, the party grandsons. Marshall and John Bou-
forming a hollow square-in froni of vit r, we'nt to Ocala yesterday. The
the chancel rail. where the Rev. J. W. doct(o went t,, attend the reunion of
Neau,. pastor of the church, in his 'he Confederate Veterans.
usual Impressive style. performed-the Mr. and Mrs. Will Hopkins l.ave
ceremony, according to the Methodist'sold their home.on Orange Lake and
rtual. cave gone to Jacksonville to live.
After the ceremony, the bride and iMr. Deadman of McIntosh bought
groom. with their relatives, repaired the Hopkins home and in about two
to the home of Mr.' and Mrs. C. R. weeks will move there.
Veal, where ice cream and cake were Miss Alice McRae is spending a
served. part of her vacation with Mr. A. L.
After as hour's enjoyment the hap- McRae and family.
py couple left in an automobile for' Mr. A. L. McRae has been called to
Ocala, where they will be at home to Ocala to serve on the jury.
their friends after July first. Mr. and Mrs. James Means were in
The bride was attired in a lovely Gainesville on business yesterday.
batiste, trimmed in Irish and Valen- ITEMS FROM FAIRFIELD
celones lace. made princess effect., ITEMS FROM AIRFIELD
8he carried a bouquet of ferns. bride's -
rems and lilies of the valley. Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
The groom looked his best in a suit The truckers are busy shipping their
of convuetlonal black. vegetables, and they are wearing hap-
Many elegant presents were display- py faces as a result of some of their
ed. returns.
Mrs. Reynolds is a sister, of Mrs. It begins to seem like old times
C. R. Veal. with whom she has made
Se e t o h p once more to see all our young peo-
rber home since the death of her pa-
rents, several years ago. She has ple together, as bright and happy as
many friends who will miss her gen- ever.
sal smiles and sunny disposition, but Miss Fannie Murry of Reddick was
wish for her a long and happy life. the guest of Miss Della Smith for a
Mr. Reynolds is a man of fine phy- few days last week.
asque. good character and noble cual- Mrs. Cromartie of Gainesville is
ittes. For several years he was en- here this week visiting relatives.
aged in teaching school, but now Miss Alice Yongue spent Saturday
bolds a lucrative position in Ocala. and Sunday with Mrs. H. W%. Tate.
His friends all over the county wish Miss Della Smith entertained a few
for him and his wife success and hap- of her young friends Wednesday even-
pluegs. ing at a game of whist. Those lpres-
Mr. A. M. Hunter. a prominent ent were: Misses Bessie Carter. Fan-
phoaphate man. attended the wedding nie Murry, Della Smith, Edna Gatrell
and visited friends in Cotton Plant. and Messrs. S. W. Yongue, A. E. Aus-
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Bell of Dunnellon ley, R. E. Chitty and A. J. McLaughlin.
visited the parents of the latter at All spent a very pleasant evening and
Cotton Plant on Sunday and attended were delighted with the opportunity of
the Reynolds-Barro wedding, meeting Miss Murry, who was the
"Buckshot" Williams. conductor on guest of honor for the occasion.
he Homosamsa run. is making improve- Mr. R. Chitty of Flemington was
ments on his bear ranch. H. W. down Sunday with a fine two-horse
Simpson is doing the work. turn-out. Guess "Bob" must see
Miss Claire Bryan of Terrell spent something very attractive here. \\on-
several days in Cotton Plant, assist-!der what it is.
ag in the wedding preparations. She;, Everb,. !y seemed to be enjoying a
has many friends here who are always huggy rid' Sunday afternoon. Wish
glad to see her. someone would take pity on the writ-
Me~srs. Harley and Pat Reynolds er some time.
attended the wedding Sunday. Mr. C. L.. Thigpen went to O.ala
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mann drove out last wee:.
Sunday from Ocala. visited their pa-i Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards of Ir-
roT at York. and attended the wed- vine were in our town Saturday.
ding sunday night. We hear that a private school is
Si. going to begin next Monday. and will
ELECTRA ITEMS :continue through tt.e summer months.
____ Miss Della Smith will have charge of
Sp-' We are certainly having some hot ed to now that Miss Della is to be
weather over this way these days. but their teacher. TOMMIE.
notwithstanding the heat our cops
are looking well. BEt LEVIEW NOTES
Meassrs. Albert Fort and H. E. Mar- -
tia are ahead of the rest of us with Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
watermelokms this year. Wednesday of last week the Ladies'
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Pillans of Ter- Aid Society met at Mrs. Wendall's for

reU made a short visit to their pa- a thimble party. There was a large
rets, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pillans last gathering and a very pleasant occa-
eek. sion.
We are g:ad to learn that Miss The ladies of the Baptist church
America Pillans. who has been teach- gave an ice cream social in the hall
iag at Tarpon Springs, will be home last Friday night.
this week for the summer. The Belleview boys, with some of
Mrs. J. P. Riddle of Georgia will be their shouters, went to Levon last Sat-
dowa soon to spend the summer with urday for a ball game. All report a
her mother. Mrs. Nellie Morse. We! pleasant ride and a good time.
are always glad to have Miss Riddle The W. C. T. U. met at the par-
ame us. sonage on Tuesday. Arrangements
Mims Tincy Holly has gone to Tam- are being perfected for the picnic on
pa to spend some weeks with her the fourth of July. There was a good
amn. Mrs. Annie Holly. We wish her representation.
a pkasant visit, but hope she won't The daily occupation is loading mel-
say very wag. ons at present. Mr. Lucius has fifty
Mr. J. D. Young. who has been pre- acres and there are many smaller
paring to drain the river prairie here, fields. All hope for good returns.
kW had to close down for a while un-i
til be could have some machineryI RELIGION AND BASEBALL
made. He expects to commence work --
a n about the last of August. Even the church people in Jackson-
Mr. C. E. Connor and Mr. J. A. Pitt- ville are enthusiastic over the nation-
Swere out fishing last week. al game. and each denomination has a
Ma wser.Eugene Conor was in the representative club fighting for the

Brick City last Priday evening to at- honors. etc. A report of Saturday's
teed the slc recital of his sister, game in the Metropolis of Monday
Mim Mary Conno. says the game between the Metho-
Mi e Mary Concream. with watermel- dists and Baptists resulted in a vic-
ehea aad .c-ea.. wnt wthil Rnti.est hv a asre nf

Mr. Merritt Morrison called in
Northwest Calvary last Thursday af-
Several of the Calvary people went
berry picking last Thursday after-
A fine rain would be very much wel-
comed now. as everything is suffer-
ing for water.
We are glad to report that Mrs. G.
T. Leak. who has just returned trom
Lakeland. where she visited her
daughter. Mrs. Hammond Brower. is
very much improved in health.

Many remarkable cures of stomach
troubles have been effected by Cham-
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
One man who had spent over two
thousand dollars for medicine and
treatment was cured by a few boxes
of these tablets. Price 25 cents. Sam-
ples free at all drug stores. m


Mr. T. N. Davis of Summerfield
made this office a call Wednesday and
says that the negro killed at -Weirs-
dale several days ago by his two sons
was the murderer of a son of the dep-
uty sheriff of Hernando county some
weeks ago at Fivay.
It was at first thought that they had
attempted to arrest the wrong man,
hrt he has been onsitvelv identified

ADDITIONAL LOCAL Miss Bobble Harrison eame up
--- Tuesday from Leesburg and is the
Rev. R. H. Barnett is back from Mic- guest of Miss Mattle Pyles for a few
anopy. days.

Col. John M. Martin has returned Mrs. Lou C. Lynch of Gainesville is
home from a trip to Jacksonville. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Julia Hais-
ley. She is accompanied by her hand-


Mrs. Robert Burford, accompanied
by Misses Mary Burford, Sara Davis,
Jean Austin, Alice Bullock, and
Messrs. Robert Alien Burford, Jr.,
Sam, Wiley and Miss Agnes Burford,
came down last Thursday afternoon
for a week's stay at the Goodwin cot-
tage at Woodmar.
Thursday evening Count Meffert
and Carlisle Izlar entertained the
houseparty with a delightful moon-
light launch ride.
Mrs. Robert Burfore, who is delight-
fully entertaining a houseparty at
Woodmar, complimented her guests
and their visitors with an elegant din-
ner party Friday evening. Places
were laid for ten, and promptly at the
hour of 6:30 the guests were invited
into the dining room, where a deli-
cious two course dinner was served.
Those present were the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burford, Mrs. Da-
vid S. Woodrow, Ensign Robert Bur-
ford, Misses Mary Burford, Sara Da-
vis, Jean Austin. Alice Bullock, Mr.
Carlisle Izlar and Count Meffert.
Miss Claudia Zemp spent Saturday
night at Stanton, the guest of the Pas-
teur girls.
Mr. Lege returned home for Sunday.
Mr. Woodrow also spent the "week-
end" with his family.
Mr. Peter Mclntosh and Mr. Jones
spent Sunday afternoon here as the
guest of the Leges.
Miss Caroline Pasteur was also here
for Sunday.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. David S.
Woodrow invited guests from all
around the lake to a bathing tea, giv-
en in honor of the members of the
house party. Delicious sandwiches,
cheese straws, cake and tea were
served. Mrs. Woodrow was assisted
by her charming little daughter, Miss
Blair Woodrow. This unique and at-
tractive affair was highly enjoyed by
Sunday morning, accompanying Mr.
Robert Anderson in his machine to the
lake were William Camp, Leslie and
Pat Anderson and Phil Robinson.
I'hese. together with Count Meffert
and Carlisle Izlar, enjoyed a Sunday
dinner with the houseparty.
Monday there was a dance at the
Goodwin cottage, which brought to a
close a wee kof gaiety.
Saturday afternoon Mr. Frank E.
Harris, Jr.. the bright and aspiring
young son of Editor Harris, gladdened
the hearts of the young ladies by his
Signed: "AIN'T IT GRAND."


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mr.. A. S. J. Wallace left Thursday
for Micanopy. to attend conference
Mrs. A. S. J. Wallace made a pleas-
ant trip to Martel Wednesday and was
accompanied home by her sister. Miss
Ruby Miller. who stayed until Sun-

Messrs. .1. .1. Morrison and R. H.
Cleveland made a trip to the Brick
C ity Sat',,rda.
Mr. A. S. .1. Wallace returned Sat-
utrday from .Micanopy.
Mes.'rs. Hill Perkins and Don Suth-
'rilain, called on Mr. M. J. Morrison
last Saturday afternoon.
Mr. \. T. Strick:land of Heidtville
spent Sunday night with his friend.
Mr. J. XV. M.rrison.
Messrs. .1. \'. Morrison and W. T.
Strickland went on a cow hunt Mon-
Mr. J.. W. Morrison and daughter,
Miss Maggie, both received a fine
crate of pineapples last Saturday.

with Mr. and Mrs. John Mathews at

Mrs. Howell Morton Hampton has
returned home from a visit of several
weeks in South Florida.

Rev. Edw. Stanley of the Baptist
church at Palatka, is in Ocala and is
assisting Mr. Carroll in his revival

Mrs. D. W. Davis, who has been
spending the past month at Jackson-
ville and Pablo Beach, has returned
home. She had a most delightful

Eagles' Minstrels Thursday, June 3,
at the armory.

Go to the Eagles' Minstrels Thurs-
day evening. Fine singing, jokes and
funny men.

Six burnt Cork artists will amuse
you at the Eagles' Minstrels Thurs-
day evening, June 3.

Go and hear the great quartet at
the Eagles' Minstrels, Thursday even-
ing, June 3.

Mr. Fred Weihe left for Jackson-
ville yesterday, and before his return
will go on the state encampment.

Miss Claudia Zemp came up Tues-
day from Woodmar and is the guest of
Miss Grace Hatchell.

We are pleased to note that the lit-
tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs
McRae is very much better.

Mrs. John L. Edwards and children
have gone to Oldtown to visit tela-

hope that our farmers who expect to
s-upply the home demand will not lose
the seed of the "Mountain Dew," the
"Rattlesnake," the "Thomas," and oth-
er varieties for home consumption-
the before-the-war kind.

The court house officials have a very
bad case of automobile fever, but they
don't know how they will be reckoned
as vote winners, so are moving along
slowly in placing their orders. Elec-
tioneering in automobiles among the
wool hat fellows! Yes, sir; the pub-
lic pulse will have to be consulted.

Misses Emma and Edna Nelson of
Tampa arrived in Ocala on Sunday
and will visit a number of their Ocala
friends before returning to their home.
They are lovely young girls and for-
merly lived in this city, and their
friends here are giving them a cordial

There was a big colored excursion
Monday from Tampa to Silver Springs.
Some said there were a thousand pas-
sengers, but perhaps that was an ex-
aggeration. There was a small sprink-
ling of whites who occuplea a separate
coach. Quite a number of the excur-
sionists stopped over in Ocala, and
the street hacks were kept busy.

Quite a number of the Ocala Ma-
sons visited the Belleview lodge Sat-
urday night, the occasion being the in-
stallation of officers at the flourishing
lodge in that attractive little city.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sheridan have
moved out to their place in the Pal-
metto Park addition on Summerfleld
avenue. They have erected a small
house on their place, which they will
occupy until their new concrete home

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taylor and Sis erected.
family are spending a couple of weeks. elections delighted the sdleaso.
at Stanton-on-Lake-Weir. i J. B. Neel of McIntosh was among To attest the popularity of the gBe"
the visitors here yesterday. He re- a large number of ladles ad vdiag
Mrs. H. C. Groves of Tampa has, ports that all of the farmers have came up with the crowd. sad tWl
gone to Lebanon, Tenn.. to be present done well the past season and expect secured a "peclal car to rosvoy tlla
at the commencement exercises of the to realize a great deal more off their to Waldo last night to resees ftw
school, at which her son is a student, cantaloupe crop.---Gainesville Sun. No. 9. and returned bore
Notwithstanding the o ot wkewh,
Mr. Jesse M. Neely of Summerfield Messrs. Mclver & MacKay are ex- the performance was gretd by S
was a well kn..wn visitor in Ocala pecting a carload of the Jackson au- good hou-e -Galsinville "au
Wednesday. tos, of which they are the agents. One -
of these machines is for Messrs. OCALA GIRLS VISITING N MA4
Capt. Samuel R. Pyles so far seems Scott and Taylor, one for Messrs. Me- VILLE
to have the champion watermelon for Iver & MacKay, and the other for --
size. some party whose name we did not Miss lAttle Morse of Orals a&nte
--- ascertain. in the city yesterday sad wlw vat bar
Mr. John W. Martin of Jacksonville, friend. Miss Nanate MeMwry. O ftao
a grandson of Col. John M. Martin of The cantaloupe appeared on the next two days.
this city. is in town for a couple of Iscene this week, Texas, California and *
lays. Florida contributing to the earliest Miss Susie Morris. See of the *I
supply, and until fall this will be one Io girls" of Ocala. arrived i the iW
Mrs. Henry W. Long of Martel ac- of the prominent features of the mar- yesterday on a visit to her fvrlen
companies her husband, Gen. Long, to kets. May its reception through the Perry, of the East Florid T sapft
Ocala, to be present at the brigade re- various market channels prove profit- exchange.
union United Confederate Veterans. able.-New York Packer. * *
1 Miss Minnie Peterson of Oaft a1
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd went down to! Miss Tillie Pasteur of Stanton Is a rived in the city yesterday iand
Woodmar Wednesday afternoon to be guest of her brother and sister-in-law, visit her friend. Misa Bvmma. oft t
the guest of Mrs. D. S. Woodrow at, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Pasteur, for East Florida Terlepheoa me e
Blair Villa until tomorrow. the week. Miss Pasteur has the hon- She is one of the camompeame e i a
or of being the lovely sponsor for the the central office at Oeis a"
Mr. William Lucius has some very brigade at the Confederate Veterans' panied the large crowd up fvu t
fine watermelons on display at then Ocala this week. city terday.-Oalei
Montezuma hotel. It certainly seems
to have been a good season for grow- We understand that Mr. Charles NEW CITY MARSNAL EL-T
ing the succulent melon. Rheinauer has purchased Mr. Samuel -

Mr. M. J. Jernigan is now with the A. Rawls' home on Sanchez street. At the m'tln gof the etgti
Ocala Gas Company. He is experienc- This is a very desirable home and is last aighi* C. A. DIMe sm urn &
ed in this line of business and will ,now occupied by Mr. J. W. Crosby and I ed city marshal and Mr. IW*s
make the gas company a splendid family. Mr. Rheinauer now owns a& breath and Mr. Omeg W. 0
S. great deal of very valuable real estate policemen. Mr. CulratIh he ml
man.in Ocala. He is a splendid citizen and member of the force ter i ama
Mr. and Mrs. Washburn and family! is emphasizinz his faith in Ocala's fu. Mr. Balsdea omess fr om~Se
and Mrs. E. A. Polly and family have ture by investing his surplus wealth comes very highly r
gone to Stanton on Lake 1"eir to at home. The new marshal h w ese
spend a couple of weeks. / Ocala for the past elise M
< Mrs. W. B. Dormany of Plant City and was formerly In the ralwW a
Mrs. E. K. Nelson and Misses Ruth: is in Ocala on a visit to her half vice. He also has me* very Bf as
.-- .-r : r~ ft- TW % d-- f-- J I -- *

and Virginia Nelson came up to Ocala u r.utr, mr. ueoure I. tayEor, na n Timoniais.
Monday on the excursion. train, a dd wife. She has come up especially to I We do not belteve that Mr. M
spent a few hours in the city wVh attend the wedding of her brother, a candidate for re-eleettenm. He ft I
friends. Mr. William Henry Wilson, to Miss flammatory rhbematin mand we pp
Ja desloael Martin novr wx'teinaAv *s...- I. i- a. ____

Mr. W. L. Denham, local editor of some young son, Master Halsley
the Gainesville Sun, spent Sunday Lynch.
with friends in this city.
-Mr. Greenwood Haley, one of the
Mr. Gary Turnley of Dade City is leading young business men of Jack.
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. F. R. son, Miss., arrived -in Ocala Tuesday,
Gary, for the summer. and will sped several days with
friends in this city.
Mr. Charles E. Foy of Port Inglis
spent the day in Ocala Sunday with Mrs. A. B. Weaver and two sons of
friends. Miami arrived in Ocala Wednesday
and are the guests of Mrs. Weaver's
Capt. John Inglis of Port Inglis, sister, Mrs. A. A. Winer. Mrs. Wea-
Rockwell and Jacksonville, spent yes- ver and her boys will spend some time
terday in the city. in our city.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoeflin of -Mrs. Dorothy C. Edwards returned
Tampa are the guests of Mrs. Schoef- home Sunday from Gainesville, where
lin's sister, Mrs. P. V. Leavfngood. she spent a week with her daughter,
Mrs. T. B. Stringfellow. She was ac-
Mr. Thomas H. Harris is now in companies home by her grandson,
Minnesota, where he expects to spend Master Fred Stringfellow.
the summer.
Shipping melons are one thing and
Mr. Charles Mathews spent Sunday home-market melons are another. We


We admitted tbirtme gMa-
ing May. discharged elw. nd
have six patleats under tv
Three of these are grea. Is
The donations for the aMth 0
as follows:
Baby clothes. night shirt aid a #W
other articles from Mrs. Wor9a9t
Flowers from the tpworth I-aG
Mrs. Gates, Miss M a t"lm. o
Barney Spencer sad eMaurg
and Dorothy Spencer.
Vegetables. sour oraag ad bMl
of "nurses' delight" cbatdate*" 4du
light) from Mr. Durtoe..
Large bundle of soft old r t frio
Mrs. Montague of Lowell. tV
Crate of tomat.**. from Mr. altl.w4
of Summerfield.
One-half dozen graduated medtk'a
glass from the Pfostomlce Drug 'lora
Two dozen rolls from Mrs Jeft
Magazines from Mrs Maddos
One dozen roasting ears frn m A.
Punch and cake fr,,m Mrs Edd Car-
Cake from W. C T. IU
Bananas from Mrs. J H Breaks.
Ella Jenkins. colored. of CItt was
brought to the city hospital 3 f
afternoon by Dr. Carswell. Herb
band accidentally put a lead f Ad
through her face. crushbag bealk
lar and nasal 'bones. a e is delg a
well as can be expected. Dr. L. VV
Hood has charge of her at the ba
tal for Dr. Carswell.
The negro, Prank Wilhlams, w
was waylaid and beaten by theI W
cook, whose place he had takes aM le
work train of the Seaboard. ls deaf
nicely. He was able to give DaVy
Sheriff Hutson a clear statemesa *
to the time he received his wooeda.


The minstrel performance roM
last night at the New Beird mder
auspices of the Ocala ~ates wa a
very creditable exhlMltis.
This is the seed pGs o
the boys, and the tfat the te eM
had but few full reher sab ft
that they understand their
when It comes to puttleg a a
The grand first-part showed up
and the voices of the- slegr o
good, while the sd a uwon 0s
elected, and "get r me Aiand
that caused mueo lasgMUer.
The olio was ameng the ofe ot
general home talent 1r 11
all members of the eempe, and ft
Ocala Aerie, should be prod of
manner in whict they a pt I
Miss Ethel Haycraft. eMe of
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.l e itor Ocala Banner:
Sttoa. Fa., June 1, 1909.
atd itemded to write several days
i tat was so Interested in the tri-
A feas traversy going on in the Ban-
-i oidomes that I forgot all about it.
1 trimagle smoke aristaing, in In-
AI Ica, sigaies a "'lght," and
S tomI Iy boyhood days I would nev-
.wl aer1er and place any obstruc-
Mif there was any prospects of a

9M the smoke bas disappeared, and
41M was sever any fire visible, so I
O vebtaur to say my little piece at

M N a detse reader of all Florida
ggSS the writer has come to the con-
t at If Marion % unty wants to
bear basted position In the ranks
Mt e-Uet tai Florida, it is high
Ms 1abitanmts are getting a move
o f to try to get Its share of the
wr of the settlers coming this fall
NW atoer. The Indications are that
1me mbher will far exceed any pre-
year. sad those counties doing
1 advertsag are going to get a
1rwitry of twe Influx.
I am wry much interested in this
Seitar. although I have no expecta-
eo fs oy Anasncial gain. but the pro-
a ve apirt and desire to see any
gitem I call my home keep close to,
t hbnd wagon. is my excuse for
o0tlag this subqect.
Do It seems that those that have
M gewma lack the interest and ambi-
On to make any effort to get new set-
I s to Marion county, and those who
e e the power and hold position to
if a camestrated effort are satis-
a$s to trust to chance. Some of these
4 om so long hence either, we will
ti "-r Banner trailing in the sand.
6W way beck ti the procession.
T% writer feels that something
Obwa t e dome to direct some of the
UMga which are surely coming, to
MaiN eomuty. and is going to make
Splwep ittie and offer:
I w be oe of twenty-five, 3r as
nw mere as will eater. to obligate
WI=K to make all the efforts I can to;
Sf tei see family from some oth-
W to locate and become a res-
MIAt ef Marion county. And to show
a saema In the matter, I
tr. &ad will deposit $5 in either
tMa bhnk all the others in the
qgi doing the same) to be a for-
10V f I fall to bring at least one tam-
bg to make Mari'm their home, in-
edi f six memths from Septembxr 1.,

--. Rach member of the compact'

w sh-owlng satisfactory proof that
bhme hit ultue*ce or advice a tam-
BY then resides in the county., hall
b i p13 refunded, and all remain-
be In bank on the first day of March,
O* to be a forfeit, and to be used
So tidvttstag Marion county.
I have so doubt some would fail.
t weuld have the sat isfacton to help
e s ameeleus for an advertising
' tLm wei could be added to by the
M Y c nlsmoers, real estate
-~ue. and many others would help
*v e e aloa. If once started, and
Sb thisd way Marion county may be
it aIs her paper place, with no ma-

tages this country offers to families of COMMENCEMENT OAY
limited means, many would be in-
duced to become cities of Florida. Spring is closing,
Communications to papers in rural Radiant, rising.
June is on her way!
districts, where city papers do not of- Oh, who wouldn't
ten appear, will reach more desirable Be a student
settlers than are reached by the city On Commencement Day?
papers. And those communications At-inna, Susquehanna
are read with a great deal of interest Harvard. Princeton. Coe.
and attention by thcse in northern Olivet or Willame'tte,
states, and generally as cheerfully ac- Lafayette or Gallaudet.
cepted by the country papers for PTb- Bowdoin, Tarkio. -
licati.Oriental. Occidental,
licati. Baldwin. Barnard, Drew.
There is enough to tell ab-X Ma- Amherst, Clark, Bryn Mawr or Plrk,
-- ...... Colby or Purdue.

IJ.A .....I y W -,,-, .....e, ,o, York. Andover, Lee. Honover,
interest anyone who has a desire to Wittenburg. Tulane,
better conditions and circumstances. Smith, Philander. Knox, Leander,
It is not necessary for you to wander Muskingum or Maine.
off to Venice and "Madame Octavia," Yankton. Carson,
oLehigh. Parson.
and I would advise you not to say Ra cliffe, Roanoke,
anything about Ocala's golden streets, Alleghany, Pennsylvani-
silver lined gutters and sewer piplIes A. or Hal-y-oke,
until the sanitary inspector gets time SrinDaw.
Swarthmore. Hope. DePauw.
to make a thorough inspection. Simpson. Simmons,
Give them nothing but facts, tell Shurtleff, Shorter,
them of Marion's fertile, high. rolling Scotia, S-tevens, Shaw,
hammock land and what it will pro- Bates. Berea, Georgetown. Greer.
hammock land and what it will pro- Drury. Tuskegee.
duce. with much less labor than in Delaware, Proseminar,
any of the northern countries. Tell, Hobart. Hawassee.
them of the monstrous large collards,' \Vorcestr. Poly.
l>rake. Mount Holly.
of which one stalk will make a iiess ieM Wilberforce,
Wiley. Wilberforce,
for a large family. Tell them of the Pensacola. Mills. Loyola.
sweet potato weighing 25 or more Vassar. Yale (of course),
pounds, exhibited at the Marion coun- Bucknell Baylor.
tv fair. Tell them that farmers or'Tabor. Taylor,
Monmouth. Michigan.
country people can have vegetables Pratt. Pomona. Arizona.
out of the garden fresh every month of .11idland. Milligan.
the year with very little labor. Tell Talladega, Norumbega,
thef of the purity of the water in the I'. of Tennessee,
th o th purity o th watr in th Macalester. Charleston. Chester,
numerous lakes in most all par's of Washington & Lee,
Marion county. Tell them of the Case. Chicago.
transportation facilities Marion coun- Fiudlay. Fargo.
Baldwin or Bushnell.
ty has from all parts by rail and wa- Mal-ville or Cedar Hill.
ter. and if you feel like it you can tell (olamnliia or Cornell.
them how the mocking bird sings -Paul West, in New York Worl I.

th se moonlight nights to beat the
hand, but this is not essential.
The satisfaction of knowing that
Marion has more of a variety and
more substantial features to offer to
immigrants will not bring them here.
when other counties are making all
possible efforts to direct the influx
which is surely coming in their direc-
Jt behooves us to be up and doing
if ** do not want to be relegated to

Mrs. Margaret Plant-Graves, widow'
of the late Henry B. Plant, of the
Plant System of Railways in this
state, died in New York on MNay 30.
She had been ill for a year. After
being a widow for some time she mar-
ried Mr. Graves, sheriff of New York,
by whom she is survived. She leaves
an estate valued at $S,000,000. 'She!
was an extremely charitable woman,
and was especially charitable to the
Catholic church, of which she -was a

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Dr. F. W. Inman, chairman of the
committee which recently vslted Cali-
fornia in the interest of the orange
growing industry in tle state, has is-
sued the following call for the con-
vention to be held in Tampa June 1
and 2:
To the Orange G(rowers and Business

too rear.. I _--"
Hoping that my efforts to bring, Men of Florida:
these facts before the people may he j Gentlemen-I wish again to call
the cause of someone more able to your attention to the coming conven-
present the facts to take up the mat- n of orange growers to be held in
ter. I am yours., very much interest- tion o orange growers to be held in
ed. A. J. LEAVENGOOD. Tampa on June I and 2, for the pur-
pose of receiving the report of the
DR. JOHN A. THACKSTON AC- delegation which visited California in


The following article is taken fiom
the Winona (Minn.) Republican-Her-
aid of May 19th:
For the third time within two or
three years the Winona Normal school
faculty is called upon to furnish a
professor for a university. It has just
been made public that Dr. John A.
Thackston, who succeeded Miss Kath-
erine Sprague in the teachershp of
mathematics, has been called to the
chair of pilosophy and education in
the Unli y of Florida, at Gaines-
ville. TWs is a marked promotion for
Dr. Thackston, and a position for
which he specially prepared himself

your behalf for the purpose of inves-
tigating the methods employed there
for the harvesting, distributing and
marketing of citrus fruits. The labor
was performed at an expense amount-
ing to probably $15,000 or more by
some forty odd of our best and most
advanced growers and practical busi-
ness men, and no grower or citizen
who has the interests of our state at
heart can afford to be absent from
this meeting receiving the reports of
the investigating committees which
will be made there.
Probably never in the history of the
industry here have matters of the
same importance been brought before


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