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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Ocala banner
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Marion County Fla
Publication Date: 5 12, 1905
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sun.)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser., v. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Publisher varies: Frank Harris & Frank Harris, Jr., <1913
General Note: Description based on: New ser., v. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
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The paper "'Of the Peoole, tor the People and by the People."

..V )L. AXXIX, NO 48. .) OALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 1-, 190. DL001 LAJ A YEAR


W w w w "W "W l N IV"


Spaulding's


BASE BALL GOODS


H~e~iquarters


P. 0. DRUG STORE.


SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS; Local Editor.


LOCAL HAPPENINGS


SUtDER TRIAL IN PROGRESS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

E9ght Witnesses Examined-Will Prob-; The board of county commissioners -
ably So to Jury Teday. for Marion county met on Monday,
From Wednesday a Dally.
May 1, all members present. a tre calculated to imvure prompt a


All day yesterday the circuit court
was engaged in the case of the State
of Florida vs. J. Shaw Thompson,
charged with the killing of J. M.
Tillis, transferred to this county from
Citrus on a change of venue.
Eight witnesses were examined, the
state getting in all its evidence and
the prosecution examining most of its


witnesses. The court will convene
this morning at 8:30 o'clock and pro-
ceed at once to the examination of
witnesses, and it is believed that their
examination will be finished, the
'lawyers will conclude their argu-
S ments, the judge deliver his charge
and the case go to the jury before the
S close of the court this afternoon.
The state is being ably represented
by the Hon. Thomas Palmer, of
Tampa, State's Attorney N. M. All-
red and Mr. Edwin W. Davis.
The -prosecution is also ably repre-
sented by Hon. R. L. Anderson, of


this city, Col T. P. Lloyd and Judge
J. M. Younge, of Inverness.


Petition of J. B. Webb asking the
board to open and maintain a new
public road on section line between
sections 22, 24, 25 and 26, was laid
over until next meeting.


I The following are the jurors in I lows: Ocala and Orange avenue roads


S. Carman, formerly of Oal is Dr. M.ion, of ksonvlle, whom hangs the destiny of the un-

ta..g in the far west. member of the state board of health, fortunate man, viz: J. D. Price, E.
.. .-- spint Monday in Ocala. T. Bureson, S. S. Savage, J. D. Bas-
S--Mr. 'nd Mrs. J. W. Fant, of Mor- sett, W. H. Pegram, F. J. Titcomb,
t, were i the city Wednesday. Mr. B. K. Thrower, jr., of Gaines-- M. D. Pritchett, S. G. Lovell, H. G.
S Or. O.B. Howses on brief visit vile, was in the city Tuesday. He Hull, J. S. Thomas, J. R. Hogan, J.
S ii e paid the Banner oBce a most inter- i H. Moore.
testing call.
Mrs. J. K. Austin retu ned home Sir .sm Fray Ouster Party
Wednesday from a visit to Jacksoin- Mr."and Mrs. Carter H. Dame have Tuesday night, Mrs. John W. Pear-
n '___ gone to Chattanooga, Tenn., to spend son entertained twenty of the yoang
3sMr. will Knight his gone to hera week or ten days. Mr. Dame goes! people in honor of Miss Mamie Wil-
rer home Valdt visitl-o attend a convention of the Wood- cox, of Gainesville, who is her guest.
men of the World. Mrs. Pearson and Miss Wilcox were
Native. assisted by Miss Alta Pearson.
Mr. Harry Lapham returned home Miss Nellie Hooper, after closing a There were dive tables placed in the
:yesterday morning from a brief visit very successful term of school at Ma- parlor and library and the ver%
'to Jacksonville. rietta, is at home for the holidays, amusing game of Sir Hinctum Funny
and is the guest of her sister, '-rs. Duster was played and created t*e
Mr. G. 8. Scott returned home J. R. Moorehead. greatest tun and frolic imaginable.
'Wednesday fronr Tallahasse, where The first prize, a gold tick pin, wat
he wentto be present at the county Mrs. S. D. Feaster, of Micanopy, cut for by Miss W.icox and Mr.
and Miss Mattie Ford, of Lynchburg,
i uperintendents' convention. and iss attie Ford, of Lynhbr, Alf.ed Beck, the latter winning and
Va., who have been visiting Mrs.
SV., e who have been voting Mrs. preseRting it to the guest of honor.
C' ol. G. C. Maatin, of Brooksville, Feaster's sister Mrs. T. M. Moore, in T .
is here on legal business before the this city, have returned to Micanopy. The booby prize was cut a or by
filled with bonbonm was cut for by
circuit court.A
iMrs. W. J. Lorig left Tuesday for Missess Alice -Bul!uck and Sue An-
(A Mr. E. E. Cline has returned home Indianapolis. Ind., where she was person and Mr. John Sullivan. *he
i- .. *- OT k whierew he r .. .rmer b ein the winner.


S from a visit to ive va, '.
was called as a witness.

Harvey Clark and Royal Cole were
initiated Into -the Woodman of the
World Tuesday night. They were
2 'put through to a finish.

Miss Helen Martin has returned to
home at Brooksville, after a
Weekvit in Ocala with Mis Mat-
. "the Pyles.

Mr. George K. McKean has recent-
ly had erected several cotgs in
M i h & Daugherty's eatdMto a00 is
-a will eMeSt Jeveral men vmry

ohe Kings p DMaug nare ressd
3to me"e this atamOu atthe benos
at Uma. R. L AL. MIs to tn
t -especial .e@..
Mr. ad Mrs. B. A. Inglis ave Ire-
mM4 to their bome ats Madio afte
Sbew days' visit here ith Mrs. In-
SparentOCoL and Mrs. Living-

h Cheese Sandwich, Graham Waters,
ltiady P~lgess, Social Teas, Five
lock Teas, Butter Thins, Royal
atemon Snaps, Zn-Zn Ginger
aaps, Nabisco Wafers, Feslino Wa-
4ms, etc., an in packages at The 0.
Grocery.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pelham Campbell
their beautiful little daughter,
*ho have been boarding this
Sin Oeds with Mrs. Julia Pal-
M, wet upt aoJ n e Wednes-


S8. P. At1 after a vW.isit to
K~y hasroterme to Ocu


1,160 yards, at a cost of, $831.49;
scraping the Ocala and Blichton road
$39.50.
It appearing that Mr. Lehman, an
inmate of the county poor farm, is
receiving a pension trom the federal
government, Commissioner Fort was
appointed to investigate the matter.
B. F. Johns appeared before the
board and asked that his son now
work ng out a fine on the hard road
for carrying a concealed weapon, be
released. His release was ordered
after a bond had been executed bind-
ing him to pay the balance of the fine
assessed against nim at $5 per month.
It was ordered that the scrip for
expense withheld in the case of the
State against F. W. Barron 'at the
last meeting, be paid over, satisfac-
tory evidence having been produced
that the same was just and right.
Reference to the a,-tion taken upon
the Raney resolution in the state sen-
ate has already been made in these
C t!:.i! 1ns I -
Bond- or E. K. N ,son aitn \'. W.
Allsoup, as ,nozarie. put) ic. were "p-


called to the bedside of ter brother, 1orle ..... ......... r.-.)ved.
who is very ill. Before returning The games were marked on at- Le.ter referring -o pttition for puab-
home Mrs. Lorig will visit friends and tractive little er cards, ornament- road from 1r.. Spooner was reai
relatives in Tennessee and Ken- ed with small .pictures of Miss Wil- and laid over unA the next meeting.
etucky.cox and Miss .Pearson.
tacky. _fe and Miss iPearson. It. appearing to the board that ir-
After playing Sir Hindtu i *or a
Mrs. Wells and her daughter, Miss couple of hours refreshments were regularitie e in the assessor
Nettie Wells, have returned to their served and the evening was a very books, Commissioners Pyles, Fort
home in Ohio, after spending the past enjoyable one and Edwards were appointed a com-
four months in Ocala with Mrs. -.y mittee to investigate said irregulari-
Wells' wster, Mrs. Shuey. Mrs. eonmua 'shs a Lewly litt. ties.
-a- P .artyl The petition for a hard road from
The Butt property bought by ew Shady Grove to Marti City to connect
Kibler brother facing the public with the Cotton Plant road was re-
sqwreand Magnoliaseet will be whoisvisitingher parent, Mr. and ed.
ut up into los and placed on Mrs L. M. year, eneraine Petition of a Andersn ask
w lovely little card party Wednesday Andesn asking
market David 8. W arow 8w- r W tfor a reduction of redemiion on cer-
have them in charge.mo Ra The f ing tain lands was referred to Commis-
Lola and -eU ]aybor. TbOe foBowing f _adw oet c.. f
Ms. Charles P. Lowell, rf Jackson- young gis were .peeeat: Mimes ionm dw s with werto act.
ville, and Mr. T. P. Drake oand her M y y sorn, Lncloe Standle Mara PeMio.PP tn f .. Ganey
haisome- toe Mn- TruMteA PnOkW n, Mae Grenier, Annie M*ah- Pappv
Drake, Jr., of leeubg, after a ebort ews, Careo Lddon, Evelyn Liddon The owi reolutons wer
visit to Oeal with theiraother and and Rhoda Liddon. They spent the adopted by the board by a nanimous
sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Hooker, afternoon very pleasantly together vote;
left Tuesdoy for Jackn nvlle, where playing progresive flinch. Miss Where Te f es of court ose
are insulhant for the accommodation of our
Mrs. Drake will visit her sister, Mrs. Evelyn Liddon won the prize, a bon- catnems and onur public officers aad are inade-
Lovell for several weeks. Mr. Drake bon dish and Miss Griffin secured quate for the protection of the public records of
Marion county, therefore be it.
Came up from Leesburg and accom- the booby. Each guest was given a Resolved. By the Board of Courty commi--
panied them to Jacksonville. silver Florida souvenir spoon as a sion serof Marion county. Florda.in regular
ev. E. L. Fraier, of ndianapois, memento of this delightful afternoon. day of 'lay. A. D.. z90s.
Rev. E.L.Frazier, oIndianapolis, rs. DeRiuz, who remembered tin That it is expedient to iasue bonds
d., who has been conducting ser- De ofth said county to the amount cf $So,oco.o
here as Miss Ella Rayeor, is a charm- p :.-a lc in annual installments of $5000 oo., be-
vices at the Christian church in this g. ing in eleven years from iate thereof and
city for the past three weeks, stopped ing hostess and she and her sisters 'ing intwenty years from date thereof. with
over n Jacksonvlle to spend several gave the young girls, who were. interest upon all ot said bonds from date there
ver in Jacksonville to spend severaltheir et, a royal good time. o at the rate of 4 per cent. per annum, payable
days there as the guest of the BeV. their uests a royal good time. annually, both interest and principal payable
Mr. Benue, te C a at Ocala. Florida-
Mr. Benus, the Christian preacher in Siver Tea FrieaF i ght. section 2. That it is hereby deemed expe-
stht city. Together they spent Tues- The ladies'of the Home Missionary det to issue said bonds in said amount for
eelepurpose of erecting a court house for d
terday very delightfully at St. Angus- society y of the Methodist church will county of Marion, at ocala. Florida, and it is
time. ___________ give a silver tea Friday from 6 to 10 hereby determined tissue adbonds ar mid
L of P. emenal. o'clock in the-evening at the armory. section 3. An section is appointed to be
Next Sunday will be the K. of E. The proceeds will be devoted to the e byY t y hedy voters
cou=L3 onm Thr ,ky, theathd dt of Jaly. iw
_0M_. All peoset In sympathy emtplated impsvnemnts on the atthe ne erlvs p ince is m o y
w t tkh ss -me a w ha" w los m ak a lchurea s lumy ey s=nd a6" y & S e hu h iU
Q1OI~Wm -uqs8 e.W IiOl t Vte e tow 0"m4


%nd efflefent ser-


vice in every department of banking. Perhaps
you would like to give us a trial?

MNUOR& SONAMBLIOS.
BANKERS. OCALAI FLA


For Bonds
or
Against Bonds.
Section 4. Notice is hereby given of the hold
ing of an election in Marion county, Florida, on
the 6th day of July. A. D. i9go5. purTant to the
provisions of section 3 of this resolution.
Section 5. That this resoluton be published
once each week for a period of thirty days in
the general new-.papers published in Marion
county. Florida.


Attest; S. T.


H. W' LONG, Chairman,
N A PORT.
C. W. TURNER,
SR. PYLES.
JNO L. EDWARDS.
County Commissioners.
SISTKUNK, Clermt


Get My Prices
-ON-
Ladies' Gold, Filled and Silver
SIIRTWOIST SETS.


DI(IMOND RINGS.

tGold. Filled anil Ita


A resolution was passed instructing "'"v
the tax collector to be in his office WATCHES.
from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m., and from 2
p. m. to 6 p. m. for twenty days im- SOCIETY EMBLERS,
mediately preceding the second Sat- M IRU S
urday in June, being the 10th day of D C RS
June, to receive all poll taxes prop-
erly tendered, and to make a list f

date and arrange them in an alpha-
betical list; that within five days* FRED O. B. WEIlE,
thereafter he is to furnish the super- : THE JEWELE
visor of registration with a complete Oalorid
list of such names.
The board recommended that the a u e i.i Sci oJ
comptroller allow reductions on cer- The a wt a
tain tax certificate, and also inter- men of Oaes want
est on taxes due for back years. bigger lebration than ever of wi e
Justices of the peace reported fines. a th a l e
imposed ringApril as follows: d make the day a memorable one.
ipoek,e nAprl as id, ;follow: It is now proposed to represent ew-
Bok,; W. C. Smith, 14; M. ery business and trade in Ocala witp
Roe,$25; k; S. Smith, 114; J.. ..'
Barksdale, $0; Alex Wynne, $1; T. appropriate foat drawn by horses,
L. Johnson, $2. Other justices re- richly caprisoned; the military, fire-
department, horseback procession, -
por'ed no fines. -. ... S-. -
bIJL hau at niet aigi.


Circuit Court.
The court was engaged Tuesday
in selecting a jury for the trial of a
murder case from Citrus county
oronight to this county on a change of
of venue.
Thompson 's the name of the party
on trial aod he is charged with kill-
ing a young white nman named Tillis.
Thompson is the keeper of the Dut-
ton game prerve on the Chessawis-
key river and Tillis was shooting
squirrel- in the neighborhood; got
lost trom his companions and was.
walking through the Dutton enclo-
sure, was hailed by Thompson, and
essaying no reply. Thompson shot


uotu UoUanUas, Iand in facti makiwl it. a
most spectacular affair.
Suggestions along other lines will
present themselves to the committees.
having the celebration in charge, as.
the time approaches.
The Elks Ceventlon.
Great interest is being manifested'
in the convention of the Florida Elks
Association which will meet in this-
city on the 17th and 18th of this
month. A very interesting session is
promised.
It -is expected that a big crowd
will be in attendance as'matters of
great importance are to be consider-


him. The Ocala lodge is making pleasant
Thompson is defended by very able preparations for the entertainment
counsel and the case promises to be of the visiting Elks. Among other
a very interesting one. things planned for them is a trip to
----_ -_- Silver Springs and a boat ride dowa
.ssital Extesi Thanks. I
Ithe run-
Tothe Editor of the Ocala Basn er: I .. .
We wish. through the colmuw of i *n1e ho d a to
your paper, to extend thankatoMr.! n thoand dollars s to be ex-
Wma. Hoeker and the other ladies, fori ended on beautifying the MUtho-
the asitance which they have been dit church and in enlarging tie Si-
the measm of giving to the Mariesday school room, whih every Ss-
coun Hos-pital Association thre Ug day fiBed to overtowing.
their very suoceeesfl entertnaent The trustees of the church are
Friday aight. M. Co. H. Ass., s audn out cards to the embnbm o
T. T. MmUuRO, Treas. the church asking their aid and p-
r.i is. port in this work and it is hoped tht
MondayafrnoonM. JaTc Cmp theresponse will be al that is ex-
Monday afternoon Mrs. Jack Camp
will entertain the ladies of the Pree- ee -. - -
byteria church at their monthly so- "What's in a name?*" asked Shake-
ciaL All members of tle church and speare. Ask Chauncey Depew. The
their friends are very cordially invi Equitable paid him 25,000 for the
ted to be present. use of his name as a director.


KY 3 O Nf1O, President.
J.T1%101. oozer, iSIt 1P.


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Commercial Bank-
OCALA, FLORIDA.
(Branch Commercial Bank, Jacksonville.)

W E ENDEAVOR to advance the business interests of our
custome in every legitimate way. -Ia so doing, our motives
may be somewhat actured wk tseU nas wor, Upon the prosp
Ity of 1 i a]t h*gs *MMo a .*vey m WM. .. .
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Complaint was made that timber
was being cut across the road known
as the Griner Farm road. Referred
to Commission Turner with power to
act.
Andrew Stevens, colored, was ad-
mitted to the county poor farm.
Bond of E. T. Jordan, as inspector
of marks and brands, was approved.
Hon. William Hocker was appoint-
ed attorney for the board, Hon. R. A.
Burford having resigned.
Chairman Long presented his re-
port of the county ooor farm, which
showed that the crop of otts, corn,
cane, velvet beans and garden vege-
tables are in splendid shape. The
net expense for the month of April
was $77,.0.
Road Overseer Lucius reported on
road construction for April as fol-


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l'(ZdflILLAA
BYE BBATgIC WEAAN,
ot **The Tragee 0 of.t, "Won At
ast," Mar "sadwaied life," "The Fireman's
Bsrt," "Wheb A Woman Lowes," Etc., BEtc.
canto b ay"r ma V ibUda The Ocala m r
sy Sedait ArfacemeSt-


r CHAPTER XXIV
aBW L TO HOx B AND FRIENDS.
the morning sunbeams which had
kbaen through the crevices in the
dosed blinds an'd fell like a caressing
t-mwach upon the head of the nusguid-
ed and wretched man, crept silently
Saway and left the room to its shaded
coolness. The whistles and bells
trom. the city proclaimed the |noon-
Stide hour before Governor Murriatte
g saain lifted his head. His face was
i haggard and pale, but a determined
look of firm decision shown in his
a: r&k blue eyes. He drew writing
Smatiezial toward him and wrote has-
tly for a few minutes, and then tak-
ag out his bank book filled out a
check and folding it in the letter he
had written placed both iu an envel-
ope which he directed to Mrs Cam-
- er, and taking this in his hand he
e ttiue thA room with a firm step


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Uespedtuly Ded
icted to
CAPT. *VGiSIG OS-
WALD lMACDOXNELL.
SZ3'FOa.
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TH B AUTHOR


"Where is Governor Murriatte?"
the lady further inquired.
"He was here a little while ago
main, but I dunno wbar he is now,"
Polly informed her.
"Are the ladies not in their rooms?"
the lady asked, beginning to feel
anxious.
"No mam, not in their rooms nor
in de house," Polly answered with
a doleful sigh.
"Do you not know where they are
Miss Bennett?" Mrs. Cameron ap-
pealed to the governess.
"I do not mknow. I have not seen
anybody except the physician and
Polly since I recovered conscious-
ness." the young lady answered in a
feeble voice.
Some one knocked on the door ot
the sick room at this juncture and
announced that Captain Hazleton had
called to inquire about Miss Bennett


I'


Sance to pay theservalts their wages,
Sischarge every one of them, and
elome Beaamout, aad keep the key
in your own polesion until you are
farter advised by me.
"Pliasm request your son to have
Mr. Jaques, who deals in live stock
come and take all my homes and cat-
tle and dispose of them for what
ever he can get for them, and
deposit the amount above his com-
missin to my credit in the bank
of Tallahassee. The carriages with
all the paraphernalia belonging to
them may remain in the carriage
house, and I beg that you keep the
key of this as well as the other keys
belonging to Beaumont in your
possession.
"You are at liberty to use your
own judgment in regard to revealing
the contents of this letter to the
public. That we were obliged to
leave Beaumont without bidding
yourself or* any of our friends good
bye, cause us more regret than we
are able to express.
"Thanking you with all my heart
for your kindness of the past. in the
present, and to come, I remain, my
dear madam,
"Always sincerely yours,
"NEWELL MIURRIATTE."
Why, good heavens! what does this
mean?" exclaimed 3Mrs. Camerron


as see finished reading this letter so
full of strange requests.
She looked hopelessly into the face
of her young son and then back at
the letter and check in her hand.
"What is it mother?" he asked
anxiously.
She took the reins in her own
hands and thrusting the letter into


his hands, said:
"Read this letter I cannot under-
stand what has happened."
Ray glanced over the contents rap-
idly, his face growing so deadly
white the while that his mother
cried out in alarm:
"Oh Ray don't let this affect you
so. Perhaps 'tis all a joke after
all."
"No, mother, Governor Murriatte
is not a man given to perpetrating
practical jokes, something dreadful
has happened. But what can it be!"
And mother and son each looked
helplessly into the pale face of the
other.
"Shall we return to Beaumont or
go home," Mrs. Cameron said check-
ing the trotting horse.
"Let's hurry home and acquaint
father with the news and ask his ad-
vice," Ray advised a. he took the
reins in his own hands and urged the


.la without one backward glance. and was waiting in the parlor.
He went to Miss Bennett's room and will go down and tell him the
rapped sharply at the door. Polly good news," Mrs. Cameron said
answered the summons. quietly, glad to leave the sick room
*"Lawd knows, guvner, I'se sho that she might go in quest of Mrs.
gld y;' come sah," she complained Murriatte and Imogen. She kissed
as her eyes fell on her master. Hit Miss Bennett and said, "I will call
done pam' twelve o'clock and noL a again in the morning, dear. Keep
vin' soul 'ceptin' de dockters an' a very quiet and you will be restored
ervant from Mis' Cameron to 'quire to your usual health shortly."
The lady left the room and was
Sd lady half way down the staircase when

*ow is Miss Bennett? he asked Poly came running after her.
iM B t ""Pleas main, Mis' Cameroi, wait a
'She am heap better, sah, heap minit," she said, "I'se got a letter
better," Polly said with a ring of joy o', but I care to goodnes'I
Sher voice. "8he's got right sense, dun' forgot to gib hit to yo', cause
a' she done eat some break '. I's so worried about ebery thing".
Won't you cum in sah, she'sdone bin "A letter for me Polly! Are you
akin' ter see yo'all, an' she will be sure?" the lady paused to inquire.
p*W'ful glad too see yo'.7 "Yas mam, foh you, fohde Gubner
"No, I cannot come in," he said. gib hit to me hisself an' say, ',polly
"'Has Mrs. Cameron been here this be sho and gib dis lett eto s'
n." Cameron as soon as eber shecJ .."
"No, sah, but she don' sent word Mrs. Cameron took the misiive the
that she will cum 'bout two o'clock girl proffered and after glancing at
-di ebenin'." its superscription deposited it in h1er
"Very well, when the lady comes pocket and proceeded to the parlor,
give her this letter. Be sure and do where Captain Hazleton and her son
not forget it." He handed the wom- awaited tidings from the sick room.
an the letter in which he had placed The gentlemen were delighted to
the draft, and which he ha i been hold- hear the good news, and Ray said:
IF in his hand while talking to her. "How is Imogen, mother; may I
"Yas, sah, I'll gib it to her Ies as not see her?"
soon as she cam," Polly assured "Neither she norher parents are at
him ashe t ed a. home Ray, so I suppose we may as
"Please, sah, guvner, won't you well go hoe ourselves."
ask de mis'tes' and Mis' Imogen to "Perhaps they have gone to our
please cum to Mis' Bennett's room? house," the boy suggested, brighten-
De young lady keeps trettin' to seeag up and making a move toward the
dem, sah; tell dem, sah, dat de young door.
lady wants to see dem pow'tl bad." "If so, we shall probably
PoUy- called after him in an appeal-I meet them on the road," his mother
Svoice answered as she followed her son and
He did not turn his head or give Captain Hazleton from the house.
any evidence that he had heard her The young army officer assisted the
request. He descended the stairs, lady into her carriage and then
took down his light overcoat and mounting his own horse and lifting
?bound it in a light traveling strap his cap cantered away in the op-
and putting on his hat and gloves posite direction.
walked out into the fierce glare of Mrs. Cameron and her son bowled
the noonday son, and the heavy hall ong at a rapid rate engaged in
door of Beaumont closed on his re- pleasant conversation, when the let-
treating form with a bang. ter Poy had given her suddenly
He turned his footstep toward the flashed across her memory.
the depot, and upon his arrival the "I must see what this letter
oobod trai wa e. The train means," she said as she drew it from
nortobound train wasdue. The train, 'herIpoket. "Polly give it to me
however, was somewhat.late and he her pocket. "Polly give it to me
had time to hve his baggage, which ( while we were at Beaumont and said
had beed brought to the depot with it was from Governor Murriatte."
that of his wife and daughter's the From Governor Murriatte! that is
day before, checked the before ge, y said
train arrived. Hepurehased a ticket! But his mother had broken the seal
to New York' and had just time to withdrawn the letter from the en-
velope and as she did so a check fell
swing himself onto the rear coach; and as s did so a chek
of the train as it pulled out. into her lap.
vCHAPTER XXV. She picked it up in great surprise
and then glanced over the note which
THE MYSTERY DEEPENS. read as follows:
"Where are your Mistress, and i
]- .' i r -. I "My Dear Mrs. Cameron:-
Mis Imogen, Poy" inquired Mrs. "A great calamity has befallen my
Cameron, who promptly at two., family and myself, further than this
o'clock stood in the invalid's room. I am not at liberty to tell anyone.
The good lady had kissed Miss Ben.- We are all going away from Beau-
aetad shed tears of joy over her month, and it is very probable that we
ved cdo ~and then shall never retrn.
It ery "My dear madam, as my wife has
~liarally her thought turned toj been so fortunate as to claim you as
* Mn. Mmnrriatte and Imogen. almost a lifelong friend I make bold
. *.sde*6 know aam," Po~lya- to ask several favors of you. Will
wi _ih amt An of yokindlyget the enclosed check,
-l. .... _- oA -.__ jmade Payable to your self, cashed,

|gBn gges da J i lady Bar neth f.$S, which aliount is due her
..-...I- or ,, year's sala* ry, Use the bam-


BELLEVIEW

special -da Ocala Naser:
Dr. Zerah Hoyt left Friday for his
Danbuy, Com., home. Mr. Hoyt
has been very busy all winter repair-
ing, painting, papering and plaster-
ing the house owned by Mr. J. Stan-
nis, of Boston, in fine shape as Mr.
Stannis expects to come down with
his family next fall to locate here
permanently.
Mr. Hoyt has also painted his own
house in the Danbmu section.
Buckman Thomas, formerly of this
place, now of Manatee, returned
home Sunday after a two weeks'
visit to his uncle, Mr. Riley MctClem-
mons.
Mr. Dan Sykes is again in town
for a few da) s.
Mr. Will Abshire and Mr. Wash
Harrel came down last Saturday to
move the household, goods of Mrs.
Alvan Lucius as she expects to make
that place her future home as soon as
her successor is appointed at the
postoffice, her resignation having
beer. accepted the last of March. Dr.
Abshire, who is the father of Mrs.
Lucius, and who was formerly post-
master, has been in charge of the
office for several weeks.
Mr. Alvan Lucius has given up his
, position at Wildwood and Mrs. Lu-


cius is staying at her father in-law's
until they are ready to go to Connor.
Mrs. Northey has been quite ill for
three weeks at her home.
At the annual election for town of-
ficers the following named persons
were elected, viz: Dr. T. K. Slaugh-
ter, mayo-; Messrs. T. Mitchell and J.
T. Haines, members of the council;
J. N. Shedd, re-elected as assistant
collector; Stephen Hopkins, secretary
and treasurer.
Mr. Dudly, who has been seriously
ill at Dr. Marean's, in Oca a, was
brought to the home of his aunt, Mrs.
Washburn, Saturday. He is slowly
improving and is able to sit up for a
short time.
The weather has been very warm
for the past week, although there
was very little rain in BelleviewI
frequent showers are reported from i
other parts of the county.
The ten days' services held by the
Rev. Mr. Dunklin, of Oxford, assisst-
ed by Rev. Leitner, of Lessburg,
closed last week.
"Aunt Duck" Mason has returned
to Belleview after an absence of
about four weeks. She is staying
with Mrs. Kelsey.
The real estate market has been
quite active this week, several pieces
of land having changed hands, and
there are prospects of several new
buildings to be erected on same in
the near future.


Letter of Thanis.
To the kAitor of the Ocala Banner:
Please allow me space in your val-
uable paper to express our heartfelt
thanks and sincere appreciation of
the kindness of the good people here
and elsewhere, who have been so
good to us since our recent misfor-
tune by fire and assure them such
sympathy and kindly aid so gener-


Governor Murriatte was not at home ously expressed wiu UOL soon be ior-
when Mrs. Murriatte and Imogen gotten.
were taken to the depot. The house In this connection kind and honor-
servant said, however, that the gov- able mention should also be made of
ernor had arrived home early in the our kind hearted colored neighbors
morning and left again at 12 o'clock who kindly rendered assistance in
without having given the servants many ways.
any orders or speaking of his intend- C R.Cordially VyouEAL.rs,
ed movements to anyone. Cotton Plant, Fla., May 11th, 1705.
More puzzled still, Mrs. Cameron o thePublc.
sought Miss Bennett's room. She 'o the public.
fonnd the young lady pale and worn. From the wording of the recent
reclining in a large chair. grand jury's presentment some have
"It will never do to startle her with thought that there were "irregular-
this bad news; it might cause her it ities" in the tax collector's office. -I
this bad news; it might cause her toam assured by Mr. W. E. Allen, the
have a relapse," the good lady cau- am assured by Mr. W. E. Alle the
tioned herself, when she stood in the foreman of this grand jury, that no
presence of the invalid, reflections were intended to be cast
But Miss Bennett cried out as soon upon the tax collector's work or
as the greetings were over: office in the presentment given to the
"Mrs. Cameron, what has happen- public. And I will take this oppor-
ed? Tell me, I implore you, and do tunity to say that the tax collector's
not keep me in suspense! Is Imogen office as long as I have charge of it
dead, or what dreadful thing has hap- !will always be open to the inspec-
pened?" tion of any private or public citizen.
Then Mrs. Cameron, realizing hat E. L. CARNEY,
it would be folly to try to keep Miss Tax Collector.
Bennett in ignorance of the trouble one Wadrd **llars Reward.
which had befallen Beaumont, told A reward of $100 has been offered
her all she herself knew concerning for the recapture of Lee Howard,
the disappearance of the family, nd who escaped from she convict farm
gave her Governor Murriatte's letter near this city Monday. Howard was
to read. spring fifteen year sentence for as-
(To Be Continued.) salt with attempt to murder.


MONDAY



MAY 15th


-- IS-


DAY!


-- AT THE


ETY STORE


WE WiLL PUT ON SALE SEVERAL HUNDRED YARDS

EACH OF THE FOLLOWING:

58-inch Bleached Table Damask, per yard .................... 21c
58-inch Bleached Table Damask, per yard .................... 29c
60-inch Bleached Linen Table Damask, per yard .............. 39c
Wo-inch Bleached Linen Table Damask. per yard ..............58c
64-inch Bleached Mercerized Table Damask, per yard ........ 49c
Mercerized Napkins to Match Above for 87c per dozen.


NAPKINS I


NAPKINS!


NAPKINS!


23 dozen Cotton Napkins, real value $i.(0, per dozen..........49c
'24S dozen Assorted Mercerized and Linen Napkins,
Value up to $2.(), per dozen ............................ S8c
9.S dozen Assorted Mercerized and Linen Napkins,
Value up to 83.o0, per dozen........... .......S1.0S to $1.64


We Cannot Do Justice to the Above in Print, so
We Ask That You Kindly Call On Us


MONDAY, MAY 15TH-



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STORE


EXAMINE EQUITABLE OFFICERS.

State Superintendent of Insurance Ha2. MILI.I[R!
Undertaken This Work.
New York, May 11.-Prepaartions
for the oral examination of officers My Spring and
and directors of the Equitable Life I Summer line of
Assurance Society of the United States Millinery can-
which will be carried on under his per-. not be surpass-
sonal direction, have been completed ed in the state
by State Superintendent of Insurance for beauty.
Francis Hendricks, who is now in this Call and see
city. Congressman M. E. Driscolil, me.
of Syracuse, has been engaged by Su- M MINNIE
perintendent Hendricks to question the I
men and it is expected the exanina- B O S TIC K.
tion will continue at least one week.
Superintendent Hendricks will exam-
ine only the officers and directors who D G AM
have been directly caused in the re- M
cent bandying of charges over the so- CONTRACTOR
city's affairs, but every director who
holds office by reason of The transfer AND
of stocks by James Hazen Hyde or his
father H. B. Hyde. 222 South Orange Stre
There will be nothing compulsory
about the proceeding which, however, Estimates furnished
will be carried on largely in executive! building and rep
session. a
i'alrft eiA Ct


Injunction Is Denie.t
New York, May (t -Justice McLean,
in the New York supreme court today
denied the application of Herbert G.It W Mll
Tall, of Philadelphia, a policy holder;
In the Equitable Life Assurance So!
city of the United States of America i pa y y
for an injunction restraining that so- y
city and the New York state superin-
tendent of insurance from proceeding 1 You ha
further with respect to the proposed II to sell,
amended charter of the Equitable
which was sent to the superintendent
of insurance for his approval. Tne *I You're t
amended charter provides for the mu-1 l to Floric
tualization of the society.

To Attract Desirable Emigrants. T You des
Albany, N. Y., May 14 -With the i kind of ]
view to attracting to this state desir-
able immigrants, the state departmentD
of agriculture is preparing to collect OR
and diseminate the farm and dairy
advantages which New York state of- J H
fers. One of the severest handicaps
with which the farmers of this state I
have to contend is the scarcity of CAL
farm laborers. For many years the
state agricultural department has ob.
served that foreign farm hands and
small farmers seldom settle in the
east but travel straight through to
the west. In past years the great n.
dueement there was gives fam home- | .u
steady but now that Sech landiAs are
almost entirely settled an effort will W
be made to bring these desirable emi-
arants to New York state.
i vawba^^^^


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BUILDER
et, Oeala, Fla.
on all kinds of
air work.
araulee&


ve any Real Estate

OR
thinking of coming
la for a home.
OR
ire to invest in any
Florida property.
O0 SEE
WRITE

AT. LOR & SI
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horse onward.
They found Mr. Cameron at home
in the library and proceeded to im-
port to him the startling news.
"It iscertainly a most inexplicable
affair," the gentleman said "we will
go to Beaumont at once and try to
find a solution to this extraordinary
letter."
When they reached there they call-
ed the family servants together and
questioned them closely. All that
could be elicited, however, was learn-
ed through the coachman, who said
that he had carried his mistress and
ber daughter, who was so ill that she
had to be carried in the butler's arms
to the carriage and into the cars, to
the 3:30 morning train, and that


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9CALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1905.


Good Health


to the


children


children especially are fond of dainties,
and the housekeeper must look carefully
to their food.
As good cake can be made onlywith
good eggs, so also a cake that is health-
ful as well as dainty must be raised with
a pure and perfect baking powder.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
in the preparation of the highest quality
of food. It imparts that peculiar light-
ness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the
finest cake biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.,
and what is more important, renders the
Food wholesome and agreeable to young
and old.


ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
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UILA -A EAU= Local Editor

IIiOS AMBOI iWN.
Oompea, peanut and amber cane
seed at the Ocala Seed Store. x
Miss Mollie Lanier, of Summer-
-ld,; the guest of her friend. Miss
Lula Odum in this city.
Mrs. Trusten P. Drake and young
Son, of Leesburg, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker.
See the roll top writing desks at
Ocala Furniture Co. x
Mr. Ardis Waterman has gone to
Jacksonville to spend several days
with his sister, Mrs. J. B. Hiers.
Miss Anna Ball, a prominent phos-
phate operator, returned to Hernan-
do county Monday after a short busi-
ness visit to Ocala.
Miss Florence Walters came home
Monday from a short visit to rela-
tives at Coleman. On Saturday she
attended the big Adamsville picnic,
which was a most successful event.
.3 Odd dressers and washstands in
bird's eye maple and mahogany at
Ocala Furniture Co. x
Mr. J. D. Price, one of McIntosh's
SLnt citizens, was in Ocala
He made this office a very
call and renewed his sub-
seription to the Ocala Banner.
Mrs. W. M. Goin, who came up to
tae pert in the Tyrolean Queen, r
turned to her home at Homomaa
IMaday afternoon. Mr. Goin came
up Monday morning. returning with.
his wife on the afternoon train.
The Anti-monopoly Drug Store has
jaut received some handsome new
tables and chairs for their ice cream
and soda water department. They
are attractively arranged and are
quite a valuable addition to this pop-
ular store.
In the death of Brother Edwards
society loees a valuable member, the
Coatederate Veterans a loyal com-
rade, the community a good citizen
-ad the church a most loved and
Il"el member. May the face of
Oodbe Uhined in love upon the be-
M family. Ba ptist Church
Wekly Lsesft.


MLES
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Call and see our line of hall racks.
W. e. they are priced you will say
ihey are the cheapest and prettiest.
Ocala Furniture Co. x
Mr. Jesse Neely came up from Ock-
lawaha and spent Sunday in Ocala.
Mrs: Neely and their lovely little
baby girl accompa ied him home
Monday afternoon and will live at
Ocklawaha, where '-Ir. Neely is in
th3 mercantile business.
Miss esMamie and Celeste Hull and
Master Hull. jr., who have been the
guests of their aun:. Mrs. Frances
Howse, for the past several months,
left Monday aftenrr cn for Cuba,
where they go to .iOi 'heir father,
who is now making .s h' :e on the
island republic.
FOR SALE-Pair :,ial. nu -:s. S-7)
pounds each. Also a 2' -hor-e agon.
Price reasonable. A, ply J. J. Tip-
ton, South Main street, Ocala. dw m
The colored Odd Fellows had a
great May day celebration at their.
hall 3Ionday. There was the May-
pole dance, the crowning of the May
queen, a dance and a general good
time for all. Excursions were run
from Orlando and Tampa, and the
celebration was the biggest on record.
Great crowds were present to enjoy
the festivities.

Edison records only 35 cta., large
seletion in stock. Can furnish any
Edison record in three or four days.
Perpetual points w give sweeter
mnsic, more naturaltome than any
other. You can play Edion records
three thousand times. Call and hear
and see for yourself. A. E. Burnett,
Agent, Ocala. Fla. 6 2m d-w
Tls Ty""sle" Que es P edse
The net proceeds of the Tyrolean
Queen given at the opera house Fri-
day night were $131.85. Of this
amount $0 goes to the Ladies' Ceme-
tery Association and $81.85 to the
Marion County Hospital association,
both of whom greatly appreciate this
donation.
See the new line of willow rockers,
tables, chairs and settees at Ocala
Furniture Co. x

In the recent municipal election at
Citra the following a eials were
elected, viz:
ayur, W. H. Harrison; clerk, K.
L. Wartmaann; marnshall, R. W. Hol-
M~ ; asm 0. M. Townmsd;
tamMer, S T. Camwell, a*MBmn.
J. N. NAphA s,. C. Douglass and
T. F. Hariso


eard of Trade Ueetiag.
An interesting meeting of the Board
of Trade was held Monday night and a
great many things of prime impor-
tance were discussed.
A resolution was passed asking our
members of the legislature to vote
against the Kirkland anti-trust law,
because it was the opinion of those
present that the adoption of the law
would drive the insurance companies
from the state.
The committee to draft the resolu-
tion is composed of the following
gentlemen, viz:W. K. Zewadski, S.
A. Rawls, D. W. Davis.
The matter of getting up a Fourth
of July celebration was next discuss-
ed, and a committee consisting of
I Messrs. W. J. Chambers, Edw. Pitt-
man and C. L. Bittinger was appoint-
* ed to canvass the city and ascertain
the sentiments of the business men
in regard to it.
A "smoker" was agreed upon and !
the date was left to the secretary and
treasurer of the board of trade.
The hard road to Dunnellon was
also discussed and a committee ap-
pointed to solicit subscriptions for
aiding in the construction of the
work.


U. D C Officers
The state officers, as elected at
Pensacola for the ensuing year, are
as follows (with but two exceptions
officers of the old board were elect-
ed.):
President-Mrs. H. E. Stockbridge,
of Lake City.
First Vice-President-Miss Azele E.
Carruthers, of Tampa.
Second Vice-President-Mrs. Drys-
dale, of Jacksonville.
Third Vice-President-Mrs. J. D.
McCrory, of DeLand.
Fourth Vice-President-Mrs. R. D.
Blake, of Ocala.
Corresponding 'Secretary-Mrs. S.
Thompson, of Lake City.
Recording Secretary-Mrs. Brown.,
of West Palm Beach.
Treasurer-Mrs. Gwynme. of Talla-


hassee.
State Register--Mii-s Mary Wittich,
of Pensacola.
Historian-Mrs. W. W. Carroll. of
Mcnticello.
The convention wiHl nfeet next May
at Orlando.


Herbine


*'TUE BEST TIIAS5."


Ocala has a colored poetess, who,
according to our literary instincts,
writes genuine poetry. Her name is
Adelaide Southern and she writes for
the Ocala News-Carrier. Here is a
sample of her poetry. The poem is
entitled "The Best Things:" ,
God has His best things for the few
That dare to stand the test;
And His second choice fo r those
Who will mot have His best.
It is not always open ill
That risks the promised rest;
The better otten is the foe
Which keeps us from the best.


There's scarcely one that vaguely wants
In some way to be blest:
But, Lord, this one, now I do,"
I seek Thy very best.
And others make the highest choice,
But when by trials pressed.
They shrink, they yield, they shun the cross,
An d thus they lose the best
I want in this short life ci mine,
-is much as can be press'd.
Of service true for God and man :
I want to do my best.
I want to stand when Christ appears
In spotless raimant dress d.
Numbered among His hidden ones.
His choicest one, H:- best.


I nwrthy as I am. dear LL rdi,
Yet this is :ny request.
Forgettinge en the g. bgind,.
I dare to ask Thy best
Improvements at Greenwood Ceme-
tery.
Too much praise cannot be given
the ladies who compose the Green-
wood Cemetery Association for the
work they have done in beautifying
the cemetery.
They have recently complete pay-
ing the two middle driveways-one
running north and south and the
other east and west and are desirous
of paving all the streets and avenues
and for this purpose will be thankful
for any donations from parties inter-
ested in the movement.
These streets were paved by E. L.
Commodore and the ladies want to
especially commend him for his ex-
cellent work. His bid was more than
three hundred dollars lower than the
next lowest bid and he did the work
just a! well as tho,.h he had received
twice as much tor it.
Since taking hold of this v.twtrk the
ladies oi the ceme:ery association
have been untiring in their efforts to-
wards beautifying and i.nprovi.-g the
same, and a glance over the ceme-
terv grounds wi\ll- hw that their ef-
tort- nave e'-. v-ry larg-ly- rewarded
and they deserve Th .i .anks aid aid


or all v ;*.'- C VIZI f O. c Ial-ia


Will overcome indigestion and dys-
pepsia; regulate tha ow.-els and cure Terrific Race with Death.
liver and kidney complaints. Death was ra.t approaching,"'
It is the best blood enrioher and write Ralph F. Ft-rnandez. cf Tampa,
invigorator in the world. It is pure- Fla.. describing his tearfiul race with
ly vegetable, perfectly harmless, and death, ,,as a result of liver trouble
should you be a sufferer from disease and heart disease, which had robbed
you will use it if you are wise. I me of sleep and of all interest in lite.
R. N. Andrews, editor and mana- I had tried money different doctors
ger Cocoa and Rockledge News, Co- several medicines, but got no benefit,
coa, Fla., writes: "I have used your until I began to use Electric Bitters,
*--Zl --A -2 o44


Herbine in my family, and findn i a
most excellent medicine. Its effects
upon myself have been a marked
benefit." Sold by all druggists- m

Circuit court convened Monday
morning. A young white man from
Gainesville plead guilty to the charge
of forgery and was sentenced to one
yem's hard labor on the hard roads
The forgery was committed against a
firm at Dunnellon. The young man
has several brothers and sisters who
are dependent on him for support and
he leaves them in very distressed
circumstances. The judge made the
sentence as light as possible under
the law and in passing sentence de-
livered a very touching lecture to the
young man.
A young negro boy charged with
stealing a horse was acquitted.

Nicholas Stephens, the Syrian, who
has been conducting a green grocery
and trait store for the past two years
on the corner of South Second and
Main street was last Saturday ad-
judged Insane and ordered sent to
5na tna 0a11m for treatmanent. His
business is at present in charge of
Mr. P. H. Norris.
The attractive line of rags now be-
ing shows by PMuaan & Soe, the
le men, isup-to-ow.
-e see.


So wonderful was their effect, that in
three days I felt like a new man, and
today I am cured of all my troubles."
Guaranteed at Tydings & Co., drug-
gist. Prie c. m
*uere--Rebertso.n
Miss Violette Robinson, of this city,
and Mr. James Munroe, of Leeeborg,
were united in marriage last Tues-
day afternoon at Wildwood. The
bride is a niece of Mr. J. D. Robert-
son, and has made her home with
him and his wife for several years.
She was on her way to Whitney to
visit relatives but was met at Wild-
wood by Mr. Munroe, who is a prom-
inent young business man, and they
were married at once and proceeded
to the groom's home at Leesburg,
where they are now residing.
Their Ocala friends will be surpris-
ed at this announcement, but extend
congratulations and best wishes.
A P*stiue sesaisty.
Aaving to lay upon my bed for 14
days from a severely bruised leg, I
only found relief when I used a bot-
tle of Ballard's Snow Liniment. I
can cheerfully recommend it as the
best medicine for brmsesever seat to
the aieted. It has now become a
positive neceityi upoN myself.
D. Byrnmes, merchant, Dovers-
ville, 'ezas, 25c, 5o] and $1 at al
gists.. m


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Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills
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Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching
through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or
wire will receive prompt attention at either of the
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JACKSwJVILLE. FLA


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The Pk"cle of M-S^.

Has been reached in our carries.
buggies and harness. The only way
_^ they can ever be better is to raise tv

even then omaur vehicles wID be fei
atthetogp. They me nito hitgh a
prices, though, as to be out oa resh
of most vehicles users. m as qet
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VE EAT MEAT


To grow strong. Unless we get
goo. meat we may as" ell let
I.f it a one. There is no strength
in tough nmesw- instead of glv-
ing it taket-s strength to digest
S' it. It paps to be careful In
buying meat--be sure to get

Pay a little more if need be and
put something in your stomach
S ,. which will put flesh on your
bones and strong blood in your
veins.

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While Crowd Was Following
Wagons Report Came.

ALLEGED CULPRIT IS ARRESTED

The Strike Situation in Chicago Has
Reached an Acute Stage-Rioting
Continues Despite Federal Court In-
junctions and Heavy Guards.
Chicago, May 8.-Suspected of
throwing a bomb under an Adams Ex-
press wagon, Julius Hilderbrand, is
under arrest, charged with deadly as-
sault. He is also accused of violating
injunctions of the United States cir-
cuit court. The alleged bomb throw-
ing took place last night at DeslPlanes
and VanBuren sti-eets.
The scene of b explosion was half
a dozen squares due south of Hay-
market, where the celebrated bomb
throwing of the anarchists took place
19 years ago almost to a day. When
last night's explosion occurred a num-
ber of policemen were guarding the
express wagons which were enroute
from the United States express com-
pany's station at DesPlanes and Chi-
cago, and Milwaukee and St. Paul
tracks. The wagon was being es-
corted through the streets amid riot-
aou scenes. Many times the police
had been forced to use clubs and
threatened persons who followed and
threw stones, sticks, pieces of coal
and bottles a tthe nonunion drivers.
On both sides of the wagon were
copies of the injunction issued to sev-
en express companies by Judge C. C.
Kohisaat of the United States circuit
court for bidding all interference with
the business of the express companies.
At times the police pointed to the in-
junctions and warned persons in the
erod against violating the injunction
aadt incurring danger of being held
S or contempt of the federal court. The
action had a good effect on the crowd
viech generally ceased for the time
* the throwing of missiles, but con-
tinued to follow the wagon.
At VanBurea and DesPlanes streets
a street car blocked progress of the
wagon.
The police cleared the obstrution
only to be encountered by a crowd ot
1,000 persons, wsich rapidly swelled
to 2,500 or more. All traffic at the
corner was stopped, the police m'ean-
while vainly endeavoring to dispers-
the crowd.
Soon persons living in the burldinaZ
in the vicinity bcgan .Lo tarc-,- ris-
siles.. The cro--u r ..owe sut aL.
in a sih r! t.nie tht a _- ---.- -.. .-
piecce of crocke.'r :, -. :- ,, .
oil e as .a.d n - d. D. T.= p :-i
did tLe'r u :. -: tne rioting
but iwre uo- re. ,el.nt
i-'v:',. nt.- .vh. -a.- rioting was at
its thfrcLt an, the crowd kept press-
Ing cc.ser to the 'agns, a deafening
sound was heard, and a flash was
aeen under the express wagon. Smoke
poured from under the vehicle and
the c-nwd fell back.
"Bomb:" ".. Bomb!" "Run for your
life!" was the cry that was taken up
by the crowd.
A riot call from DeePlanes street
station was answered by a wagon load
ot patrolmen to the scene and an
Immediate transformation from the
ghting, swearing mobs of a minute
before and now "quiet, subdued and
much diminished eaowd" that pressed
toward the express wagon.
A general search was.made for the
persons who threw the deadly sup-
posed bomb, members of the crowd as-
sisting. Many detectives were scat-
tered about and soon Hilderbrand was
arrested. Later two men named James
Rogers and Henry Pfeiffer were ar-
asted.


Examination of the express wagon
at the company'e stables shows it was
but slightly damaged.
Police Inspector Wheeler denied to
day that it was a genuine case of
bomb throwing. He especially threw
doubts on statements that there had
been an explosion and maintained that
vitriol, not dynamite, was thrown.
The driver of the United States Ex-
press company's wagon, John Sorner,
unlike Inspector Wheeler. entertains
Bo doubt that there was an explosion
Sooner, whose, clothing wac covered
with a pungent blue-colored acid,
says:
"Whatever it was I have a big mart
as a result on my leg. Ttiere was a
loud report, and I believed a bomb had
been thrown. The prisoner Hilder-
brand is a letter carrier.
No More Negroes Employed.
Sheriff Thomas E. Barrett today, af.
ter makig a tour of the shopping diw
trict, said:
"The serious trouble seems to be
over. The strike situation Is row
well in the hands of the authorities.
and I look for a continuation of cor-
earativequite and tranquilityI glad
that the employers have decided aot
to engage any more negroes. rtea
I was brought Into this matter for
comfereee I unhesitatiagly laormed
t- xMwh nts that the me oaf egroees
sor strin Ibreakers was camta more
- Rtlag Ba any oth-er factor I tthe
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Florida Senator Sues Newpapper.
Jacksonvile, Fia., May S.-i'orm,-r
State Senator C. N. Brown, ot Marion
county, today filed notice of suit for
$25,000 damages against the Metropo-
list, an afternoon paper in Jackson-
ville. Basis of the suit was from
charges made by that paperthat that the
senator accepted and rode on rai.:
passes. Under Florida law it is a
crime for senators or representatives
to accept or ride on free passes and
a charge of same is equivalent to a
charge of crime. The declaration in
the suit will be filed in June. Senator
Brown was recently unseated in the
senate by contest of Baskins, of M1la-
rion.

Youth Killed by Elevator.
Atlanta. May &.-With his neck
locked securely between the heavy
weights of an elevator and the inside
railing of the shaft. Scott Swanton,
a boy 18 years of age, had his neck
broken about 6:45 o'clock Friday eve-
ning at the Chamberlin-Johnson-Du-
bose company's store on Whitehall
street. Young Swanton was an ele-
vator boy in the building. He was
on the first floor after the store had
closed, trying to fix a button on the
inside railing of the elevator shaft
at the time of the fatal accident.

Lightning Kills Aged Woman.
,Valdosta. Ga. May 8.-Mrs. Adeline
Hicks, an aged widow living near Mel-
rose, in Echols County, was instantly
killed by lightning. She was in her
home at about 1 o'clock. when a heavy
storm came up, and she started to a
window to close it. As she reached
the window a bolt of lightning struck
the house and passed though her body.
hurling her to the floor. She never
spoke after the flash came, and was
dead when members of the family
reached her side.

Strange Accident Befalls Youth.
dadsden, Ala.. dlay S.-Guy Craig.
about 1 y-I r oiu. v.ia found on For-
est avenue last nig:i: with his skuli,
crushed. He was uinc.nsc:ous. -. ,
is in serious condition, and physicians
state he cannot recover. Young Craig
was riding up Forest avenue, and he,
states something struck him and bhi-
mind is a blank from that time on.
His skull is crushed over the left eye.
He is conscious at times and he is!
now barely alive. He was found by
passersby some time after the acci-
dent.

Anarchist Returned to Italy.
New York, May &.-Vittorio Jaffei.
an Italian anarchist, who was recent-
ly arrested charted with being,an ac-
complice of Brecci, who killed King
Humbert, has started in custody for
Italy, according to a Herald dispatch
from Alexandria, Egypt. Jaffei was
previously in Zanzibar, where he pro
fessed to have -become a mussulnaa.
He was tried once but not convicted.
The Italian government the ordered
him deported.


Hargis Jury Unable to Agree.
Louisville, Ky., May 8.-A telephone
message from Lexington says the jury
in the Hargis case is hopelessly hung.
The jury reported at 11 o'clock that
there was no prospect of reaching an
agreement and that if they were kept
in the room for three weeks, no de-
cision could be arrived at. Judge
Parker, however, requested the jury
to retire and deliberate until noon.

Steamship Struck by Ice Floe.
St. Johns. N. F., May S.-The Allan
line steamer Victoria IAverpool for
Montreal with 1.600 passengers struck
an ice floe on one mile off Cape Raye
at the entrance of gulf of St. Law-
rence. She is unable to proceed fur-
ther, the ice being packed across Oa,
hot strait. The Purser who came
ashore reported that all on board were
welL.

Hung Wife t5 Transom.
Louisville. Ky., May S.-Rev. U. G.
Sutherlin, formerly pastor of the Park
Christian church at New Albany, Ind.,
was arrested at Silver Grove, Ind., on
a warrant charging him with the mur-
der of his wife. Last October the
body of Mrs. Sutherlin was found
hanging from a transom in her home
and it was supposed to be a case of
uicide. Mrs. Gutherlin's father, how-
ever, made rmtion before the
grand jury recently charging Rev. Mr.
SwieUn with her murder and the ar-
ret followed. Mr. and Mrs. Bother-
Bi had not lived together for some
time prior to the time when the body
t-


BRN IALL RSAS

BMAN SMALL CIAFTS


k Seems To e@a sGmulie AaSgaph

wt Worth tax, May a--A special
to The RecoaI "em Shem an. Tex.,
mys: "W t seems to be a genuine
autograph tee fre t' ae pen of Geo.
Washington, has mystery usly made its
appearance in the office oa District
Clerk J. L. Astona, amoc legal papers.
No one could lay claim to the musty
document, and all were entirely mysti-
Afed by the find.
"Though yellowed with age, the lez
ter is wonderfully well preserved. It
is dated from Mt .ernon. March 6.
1775. and addressed to Air. M. C.
Washington, near Leeds, in King
George, and appears to be in rep'y a I
letter for a loan of 2 '. pounds ster-
ling. The writer* says he is it nt-.d
of and would gladly borrow tha-t umi
himself."


Russian Ships Destroy Sma!l Vessels.
Tokio, May 8.-Four Ru-z-,an ;oru'--
do boats from Viadiivu>, ap'ha.e'i
westward of Ilokaldo. iff Suic.. .5<-
terday. It it doubted d that thT t :to,-
pedo boats would venture acu.ss une--
corted in the heavy sea which wiae
running when they burned the sailing
vessels. All the crew of this vewsc:! and
imprisoned the captain, dispearing
to the northwest. They were evident-
ly returning to Vladivostok. There
is a possibility that they have ,'.
stroyed other small craft, although
no reports to that effect have been re-
ceived.
The object of their visit is not clear.
It is thought that probably they hoped
to torpedo the Japanese patrol at
night and it is also suggested that thea
Vladivostok vessels plan a diversion
to assist the fleet of Admiral Rojetven-
sky.

Alleged Russian Spy Imprisoned.*
Singapore, Straits Settlements. May
8.-Vladimir Antoniovitch, the alleged
Russian spy, who carried a passport
made out in another name and who
was arrested on the fortified island ot
Brani. and arraigned in Sinziport.
April 25, on the charge of being on
government property without author:.
ty. was sentenced to three moni,n:--
imrnrison:nnt for tr i..~a>-nu aun `a-
'r. t
sketching materials in a fort.fi.
...... -.. i l : 12" I a -O^.e '
of ani appeal..

Ready for Big Batt'e.
F.-ngrlu.-h S-;- t,- Masnehu:ria. May 8S
-Field Marhal Oya:na semns rea y
to assume f.ne ot, -ntsv- on a iarge,
scale and activity a.readly has begun
against Gen :a: L;nevitchia lft.- f is
may be the prelude to another gener-
al battle. The Japanese have been
concentrated and heavy columns on
the Liao river and their momentarily
advance divisions have been in con-
tact with the Russians who are hold-
ing the main road from Fakoman to
Bashienschen.
On Thursday the Japanese cavalry
suddenly attacked the Cossacks in
overwhelming force, forcing the latter
to retire. Then, supported by infan-
try, the Japanese advanced and drove
the Russian infantry out of the vil-
lage of Palatoun. A Russian recon-
noitering party 20 miles further west
ran into an ambush and all the party
except five were killed.

Well Known Actress Sprains Ankle.
New York, May 8.--Mrs. Leslie Car-
ter, the actress, is confined to her
apartments, report dto be suffering
from a severely sprained ankle. The
Belasco theater where she has been
playing has been closed. Mrs. Carter
was stepping from her carriage when
the horses started, and she fell to the
sidewalk. She probably will not beh
able to appear again for some time.
Three tendons of the left ankle are
said to be badly wrenched.

Indianapolis, May 8.-Post Office In-
spector W. T. Fletcher and R. M.
Hosford, have been subpoenaed to ap-
pear before the federal grand jury
at San Antonio. Tex., and left for'
Texas today. It is understood that
their testimony will be in regard to
t'he government's campaign against!
the lottery business.


Fatal Collision in Philadelphia. I
Philadelphia, May 8.-A freight
train on the Philadelphia and Reading
railway crashed Into a trolley car at
the crossing at American street and
Susquehanna avenue in the northwest-
ern section of the city this afternoon.
It is understood that several persons
were killed, and that all other passen-
gers in the car were injured.
Standard Oil Official Indicted.
Peoria, IL, May &.-q'e grand
jMry at Pekln, lL, has returned In-
dictments against two high officials
of the Standard Oil company. Requ
Stton papers will be asked of Go er
nor Deseen sent Monday. The names
have been suppressed
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tNIENT WOMAN

COMMITTEE SUICIDE


Upbraids an In Letter Before
She Ended Her Life.

RESIDED AT THE FINEST HOTEL

Apparently the Couple Was Happy and
the Woman's Tragic Death Revealed
Her Secret-Former Home in City i
of New Orleans.


They Capture Small Sailing Yes
aels and Destroy Them.

JAPS WATCHING ROJESTVENSKY

They Believ the Burning of the Sma!!
Vessels a Trick to Divert Their At-I
tention from Main Squadron-Al- i
leged Spy Is Imprisoned.
Tokio, May 6.-Noon-A.- none has:
aeen sighted it is bl.'.-\.,i hi lih=
er vessels of the Vi,,hiv-catk squau-I
ron accompanied t.i [,,)L o boat'
which appcarad Itie-t ui lnkat..0 ye--
terday. It is douibt.i that the Lorpe-
do boats would venture across unts-
corted in the heavy sa w:.ch w ruun-
ning when they burned the- a;liing
vessels. Ail the ci t h .-_- cvi---c-o
except the captain, who was caiturt d.
succeeding in landing, but a st.aminr
dispatched to the re cuc of the burn-
ing derelict was forced to return on
account of the storm. The Russian
poured kerosene on th'e decks -uf t.
sailing vessels and then withtit-* af
ter having ignited the surfact- of tai
oil. The torpedo boats have noL been
reported today.


Woman Known in Boston.
Boston, May 8.-From Miss H.
Stone, at No. 68 Humbolt avenue this
city, it was learned that the Hotel
Imperial suicide was Mrs. J. W. Gray,
of Chicago, widow of a former brok-
er of that city. Before her marriage
to Mr. Gray about two years ago, she
lived in New Orleans, where a broth-
er and sister still live. Miss Stone
was an intimate friend of Mrs. Gray
for many years. Miss Stone said
that Mrs. Gray was ZG years of age
and wealthy.

Well Known in New Orleans.
New Orleans, May 8.-Miss Oliv-
ia Parker of 1923 St. Andrew street,
said that she had known Mrs. Gray
most of her life. She refused, how-
ever, to disclose the maiden name of
the deceased. She said that Mrs.
Gray was reared in the UTrsulnes con-
vent in this city. She left her 15 or
20 years ago, and married J. W. Gray,
a Chicago broker. She had sline then
been a fr. .-uent visitor to this e ty,
and was wealthy and the possemsor of
much magnificent jewelry.


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New York, May S.-A hand(!o:uie '-\
man auout l's ytars old. wh.o a= :-.
poj -d to be :"iir. J. \W. tG:.ay, .t N |
Orleans. a.;:,ti.p.,d to coL.mit uic;u.
ear.y toiua in a room at thl. HLt
lmp- rial by sLot:ng. fShe wa,- foun.. ,
in an uncouciola, anid cxtr-:'-y a;
ous condition. aid vis reuio'tc lu t iU
hospital. The surigeoii there fay
there is but little chance tor r- coyv :
Accompanied uy a man a ft; v y_;. -
her senior, the wo:mian appeared at it..
Imperial April 2'. .Thei couple r -,
tr'l.T'd a r J. W. Gray and wI:e, Nt.
Orleans.
The woman died at the hoipita-i
without r-cov~ring conscioiin.-.
None of the emp:oyves 01 i:.-A hot
remit :b,-r to nave st( G: a. :;Ai.. -
th- it n lt, and h. (co :d not ( ; ..
around i tth hol a: Le t:1m i o -
sa(tjti:nr Tnc suitie occ p.i :). i -i
C-rays ;a. t t fi t-. o :,l k. A .. ... .. ,
s*,). f o, the hotel.
Thbe \vo':Ian !e't ftur : -* tine of
:h-e- w.. .-taled. a .-r I.s :o C';a. .,
H1. S;onu.ain, 44 Broadwa.. On tu.
back ol it was writun:
"I wi\ h that no one would on thin-.
but the pin rion addressed."
A second sealed letter was ad-
dressed to a storage warehouse, th.s
city.
The third letter was unenclosed, and
written on two sheets of paper. It
appeared that one portion had been
written yesterday afternoon and th'
othei sheet early today before the wo-
man shot herself. The letter began:
"Dear Sweetheart: When I called
you up on the telephone you talked
so cruelly to me that I went on:
and bought a revolver intending to
do it then. I was brought up in f
convent and my religion teach,-s
against such things. but I can't stan;.
it any longer."
Here there was a break in the l t-
ter and when it was continued it wa-
in a different ink. "Again and again
you have disappointed me. Cl.a::ey.
WVhat in Gd'sa name have I done'
you were anxious to g, t rid of me
tiLat were as-y. Why did you have
me to come to New York? H-er, i
.a!n as your w::f-. If 'ou hLa :.
'Ollie. I do I:ot want yu to r- t'r.
WOuild ne' r have done .*). XW
Crtariey. th : is the :ast. I w:.:.h ,
all the I..ck in the word."
Here the writer stem',d to oa.
paused again. and no more t.;u ;
have been written for awhile. SL-
r-su!?led:
"How I am suffering! I cannot stand
it any longer. It is now past 4 o'clock.'
A fourth letter left by the woman
was found which was addressed to
"Charles Sweetheart" and read as fol-
lows:
"I love you better than my life. I
love you so much; and to think I have
to go and leave you-I hate so to die.
WhIat little I have after my bills are
paid I wish to be sent to Olivia Park-
er, 1923, St. Andrews street, New Or-
leans. I have a lot o f furniture I
had shipped% from New Orleans. I
wish also that returned to New Or-
leans to Olivia Parker, a negro girl.
I have no relatives."
This letter was signed "Mrs. Gray."
A bundle of letters addressed to Mrs.
J. W. Gray" at various places were
found when the woman's effects were
searched. On the back of two photo-
graphs found among her letters was
written the name "'Charlie H. Stone-
ham," the same as on the letters left
by the woman.
At the offices of O. F. Jonassen &
Co., mining brokers at 44 Broadway,
it was said that Charles H. Stoneham
was a member of the firm. A member
of the firm said that Stpneham was
married and lived in Jersey City.


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correct and up to date. Ought not these facts count
with you in the question of where you can trade to
best advantage? We are handling the best of goods,
and carry a fine assortment in all mens lines. Every-
thing is fresh, newy and attractive. Prices are low. as
goods of true merit can be sold for. Come and see
if we do not deserve your trade.

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'The paper "Of the People, tor the People and by the People."


XXIX, NO 48.


9'CALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 12, 1905.


DOLLAR A I EAR


ABMB. Local tI Tmas aw-T pse Trial. AND S. I Annie Davis, Florence Walters,
As it progresses, interest in the Florrie Condon, Lida Brown,
ADOUT TOWN. above trial increases. All the evi- (U.l'S RECEPTION. Edna Delp, Nellie Curd, Bessie Por-
dence was finished yesterday at noon, ter, Sarah McCreery, Edith Piatt,
.Bloount is on a business Lonella Gary, Mary Anderson, Sara
_- and immediately after dinner the Tbey Emtsctai vTry Elabtieey a d
-us. a-_ of the ys in the Lt *8 and Violet Harris, Messrs S. T. Sis-
m tsof the attorneys in the trunk, Lee Miller, John and Will
em pnut and amber cane casem were begun. Ocala society ha anticipated with Trunk. Lee Miller, Joh and Will
B Oa Seed Store. x ^ aet geat p ra e .with Taylor, E. T. Helvenston, Howard
OB s stere. Mr. Edwin W. Dvis made the great pleasure for the past week Mr. Clark, Emmett Robinson, Arthur
eard 8. Hall and Mr. 8. A, o k eeh and promted te and Mrs. Richard S. Hall's reception Masters, W. T. Gary, W. H. Powers,
Sbuinme visitors to Jak- acts in clear, eoneise, logical and as night. heir anticiptions were T. H. Harris, Louis Duvall, E. J.
Sfromthe elective mof He partihowed fully realized, for there has never Crook, J. H Workman, 'A. Murphy,
to bear of the severe ill- here pon of the shot rm the beenan entertainment more replete A. J. McLaughlin, M. J. Roess, C.
66s. Thomas Barnes at the fatal gun that the statements of the with attractive and a r ia a- Cant and H. A. Waterman.
5s. defense were a physical impnesibility n than the beautiful affair Oala's Fames Seap Tree.
andtha h e decreased m of last evening.
bee and that the deemed ws nv heHall residence on Fort King Persons who have read the Ameri-
atustbi has beenpn to do bodily harm The Hall residence on Fort King
opoe. Thevotewas way attempting to do bodily harmo avenue is admirably suited for ener- can Soap Journal will be aware of
the defendant, and that his killing
Sentirely without warrant or ju- training, and it was very elaborately the fact that there is a very noted
*K'l_________ wds entirely without warrant or jus- I
are at work on the Ocala tification. decorated at this time. The party tree in Algiers called the African
Already it is taking on Col. Lloyd made a classical oration was Japanese in every detail and the soap tree, from which genuine soap
arrangements were perfect. is manufactured.
I provement. He stated that Shaw Thompson wass were e Pt manufactured.
at his own home surrounded by his The large piazzas were beautifully Prof. E. Moulie, of Jacksonvile,
.lwr tea at the armory from 5 family with alice in hi heart to- illuminated with Japanese lanterns, Florida, has interested himself about
lock this evening will be wards no one whn he found the de- and on entering the hall the guests this tree, as he has about a great
rt affair, ased prowling about his premises were welcomed by Miss Mattie Wil-; many other things which he believes
liams, one of the guests-of honor, and will thrive well in Florida, and in or-
a Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and with a gun in his hand; when hailed,
Jaile Woodrow went down to refusing to respond, and when Mrs. William Hoker der to test the ame, he communi-
Wer yesterday afternoon. Thompson told him that if he could In the parlor Mrs. Hall was assist- cated with the American consul at
Swill eurn today. ; give an account of himself that the ed in receiving by Miss Carrie Wil- Algiers for some of the plants and
Sdefendnt himself in threatening ams, the other guest-of-honor; Rev. ,berries. His letter was referred to
defendanjput himself in a threatening
L A. Ford and her daughter, attitude and under the circumstances and Mrs. C. C. Carroll and Mrs. E. the Plant Industry United States
y B Ford are at home from the shooting was justifiable and it H. Mote, of Jacksonville. Mr. Hall's Department of Agriculture, Wash-
Sefugsg, where they have been was the duty of the jury to so declare. absence was much regretted. He ington, D. C., who in turn referred
two weeks. Mr. R. L. Anderson followed Col. was called to Jacksonville on busi- it to Erof. A. B. Stubenraugh, of the
iwyittmle son has recently Lloyd with a two hours oration. His ness and was unable to be present. government experiment station, at
is make his home with his pa- speech was masterly. He was at All of the rooms were very .astc- Berkley, California, who stated that
M and Mrs. Fred King, in times soft and persuasive, at others fully decorated with bamboo, 'Japa- there were some of the trees in the
powerful and overwhelmingin'denun- nese lanterns and fans and red and experimental gardens] under his
e r- ere oeciation and satire. He is a finished yellow flowers. The combination of charge, but they had been lost in re-
Uk wBareo has returned home orator and never in his life before these brilliant Japanese colors was moval.
spending a week at Cotton used to better purpose his gifts of exceedingly effective. Prof. Moulie, having resided in Al-
with her brother, Mr. New- speech. He took the evidence in de- In one corner of the hall under a giers at one time, was familiar with
-Bwco. tail and used it to the advantage of big Japanese umbrella, punch was the tree and wrote a description of it
ao served by five dainty little maidens for the special edition of the Jack-
Hattie Dye chaperoned her the gray headed prisoner at thebar.
class on a picnic yesterday Hon. Thomas Palmer made the from fair Japan, wearing longsonvilleSun. His article falling un-
They went out a cople concluding argument. He has the kimonas and other Japanese acces- der the inspection of Mr. J. H. Liv-
They went out a conple concluding argument. He has the
the S efe road and reputation of being one of the finest series. They were Misses Mary Bur- ingston, of this city and the descrip-
miles on the Summerfielu road and reputation of being one of the finest.
a very merry afternoon, criminal lawyers in Florida and his ford Leta Camp, Marguerite Porter,' ion so near fitting a tree which he
S y effort yesterday afternoon and last Lucile Standley and Alta Pearson. has growing on his place that he
SMathews being unable to en- sustained in a high degree this These same young girls served in the wrote to Prof. Moulie about it. send-
nisht sustained-in a high degree this
tin the Daughters of the Confed- reputation and added fresh laurels to dining room into which the guests ?ing hinm ome of the berries an.v also
oa account of illness, they are his wreath. His exordium was or- v w'e invited by Mrs. Miller, Mrs. some of the small trees. Pro.f ion-
invitedito meet at the home nate and pleasing. He paid his re- Hocker, and Miss Williams. It was lie believes that this is the itenmical
Gary, this afternoon at 3:30 to the classical reference of a particularly pretty room in its garb soap tree and will lead to very im-
S_ Col. Uoyd about the "sancity of the of red and yellow flowers, bamboo port :nt results as it is a tree of very
SMiss Sallie Camp. who attended home," fervidly endorsed all he said and asparagus ferns. Mrs. Sistrunk great commercial value. This tree
lenmau College at Gainesville, Ga., but said, unfortunately. that there sat at th, table and poured tea. and was brought to Ocala about -v:enty
the past term, is spending a few days was no evidence to corroborate his I to carry out the Japanese effect she years ag> from China by Rev.
,na Savannah with her sister, Mrs. G. statement that the home of the de- also donned a kimona. Three courses Benjamin Holm. who was for a long
KP. Armstrong before coming home fendant had been in any manner vio- were served. The salad was decorat- time a Presbyterian mni-io:ary to
zlor the summer vacation. lated or that it had been threatened I ed with yellow and red nasturtias, the Celestial Enmpre. The tree has
E. H M h violence. He carefully went 'with the bisque cream, red and green been bearing tor a number of years
Mr in H Moteala who bas spent over all the evidence and the corn- cherries were used and thre cakes and yields annually a erob ot three
weeksinOal with her si the were iced in red and yellow and gin- or tour barrels of berries. .
Mrs. William ocker will retur ments thereupon by the attorneys
Mrs. William locker willreturnipoin of view argued ger candy was used. Its botanical name is Sapindus
t h er home in Jacksonville today. Japanese incense was burned manatensis utilis.
~Mrs Hocker and dainty little Jis conclusively that the killing of Tillis bou
H e ty il m was murder and asked at the hands throughout the house. Prof. Mouiie suggests that the
beh ocker will accompany of the jury a verdict of murder. The special game of the evening Ocala tree be call Sapindus manaten-
Shome for a visit of several weeks. delivered a very impres- was throwing bean bags. These red sis utilis Florida and be so recorded

Miss Ethel Sinclair went to Jack- sive, comprehensive and impartial and yellow bags were of different for future reference.
4^out two months ago to charge and at 9:30 o'clock the ease szes, each one counting a different It may be destined to make Oeala
L shostaltowstdy to s given to the jury and at the hour score and they were thrown through famous.
S-trained nurse. She se- of going to press the jury is still de- a small sized opening in a large board .."Se-" L tear Capt.mrd.
S so excellently that already, liberating upon it. that was very appropriately decorat- Sheriff Gordon yesterday received
the six BmDonths is up, she has <---ed in ed and yellow, carrying out authorities
a h aed nurse of one of the LA -Th jury came into court eect The score berton, N. C., notifying him that
with several mies d er. thou notmag rnd stated th. they ge ha land atd Japanese Uty had captured "Sandy" Locklear
lo ie very emthusatic over her u no agree on a verdict. It is i d ana the negro who several weeks ago
wekaad her Oeala friends are de..- nderstood that the jury stood 11 to cene e ex it killed a man at the Horne turpentine
tk o] hear that she is doing such 1 tor conviction of murder in the water color pictures of a lovely Jap- amp, about eight miles wee of this
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e lat of a series of three games
between the fifth and sixth
boyseof the Ocala High school
layd Wednesday, resulting in
tll of the former by a score
[X to 4. The sixth has won two
'aofd the three games, hence is
7 for the time. Paul Gates
grade manager, while the
grade is in charge of J. J. Tillis,
SBdwin Green umpired Wednes-
game,
.J. T. McCulum and Mr. T. M.
of Tampa, were among the
visiting attorneys here
.They were in the city
uap the John Conley estate.
NesmntMs ms. Baddy.
daughsroef Mr. Valley,
m. G ews is as lawyer tor
x omefty Mr. Conley.
goe g-M in y a medand
f a th eal estae said Mrs*.
ths bealise.


second degree. The ese win not
again be tried at this term of court.
C. 8. Bobertman, soliciting agent of
the F. 0. E. cars, departed Monday
for Ocala and other points, where he
wil represent his line. Mr. Robert-
son has spent the greater part of his
time in the Ocala district lately, and
says the shipments from that section
are heavy.. Cucumbers and beans are
especially fine, and in the northern
markets are bring fine prices.-
Gainesville Sun.
Gre*mn gAshes aed Pales.
Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Tex.,
writes, April 15, 1=s: "I have used
Ballads Snow IJuiment in my fam-
ily forthree yeam. I. would not be


tractive bridges of that fair country.
The booby prices were tiny Japanese
pots. Rev. Mr. Carrol and Miss
Curd won the first prizes and Mrs.
Mote and Mr. Clark, the bookies.
During the entire evening Mr. Leon
Fishel played delightfully and in
every particular this "Japanese re-
ception" was a very charming event.
Mrs. Hall was very becomingly
gowned in white lace over white
pean de soire. Miss Williams' lovely
gown was white embroidered chiffon
over pink and Miss Carrie Williams
wore an exceedingly pretty flowered
tissue trimmed in lace and ribbon.
Their guests last night besides
those assisting were the following:


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city.
Mr. Gordon left on the afternoon
S. A. L. train for North Carolina to
bring Locklear back for trial. The
murder is said to have been a cold-
blooded affair, and Locklear will
have a hard road to travel if the crime
is fastened on him by the courts.

Mr. Marcus Frank, who spent a
week most dehghtfully with relatives
and friends at Miami, returned home
Wednesday afternoon. While out
sailing with Mr. C. M. Brown, Jr., in
his private yacht, Mr. Prank had the
misfortune to have his left foot badly
crashed in the machinery of the boat.
He is walking with a decided limp,
and his hurt is quite a painful one.


witmhot it in the hose. I have ased Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Welsh, Mr. and I The Sunday anti-baseball and fish-
it n my Itle gil foe growing pains 8 M. C. V. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. ing bil went through the home of
sa s a mIn mknems. It e m MwXIvelvr, Mr. am-d x. P. L. Waton, the Florida legislature with e rapid-
t W Iebt,"wt&goomsiodc Mr. and Mrs. Arth' Cl-ark, Mr. and ity of a balloon aeeenon. The vote
It i bet ahm T ever ued." Mx. Jack Mr. and Mr. if- wasM e to9l and through the senate
58e,5e alk p. Sold by a dhg-a t& a Cam. p, M. B. W. Bout, with a vote of 18 to 10. So we an-
g a Mis Sue Baes, Gerude PeW mot mow pWy bMll nor lh on Sunday.


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The 0. K. GROCERY isn't the largest store in Florida
or in Ocala, either, but can sell goods as Cheap as the
Cheapest. A visit to our store will convince you that
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or if yvo, want to Luy lands for farming, grazing,
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The remains of the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Owens, of Jack-
s .nville. were interred in the family
burial grounds in Greenwood ceme-
tery in this city yesterday afternoon.
Rev. C. C. Carroll. pastor of the Bap-
tist church of this city performed the
burial ceremony The remains of the
litri- one were accompanied to Ocala
by Mrs. Ed. J. Triay, an aunt, the
mother and father being unable .to


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The Kings Daughters held a special
meeting yesterday afternoon at the
home of mrs. R. L. Anderson. The
meeting was held on the lawn and
was a very pleasant one. Matters
of importance to the FassociN ation UNERAL
were transacted after which sherbert,
and cake was served by Miss Ander-
son, Miss Barco and Miss Violet Har-
nis. ______ --
Ms Annie Laura Robinson, of Have a fall stoek ofCos.s MeCA
Coleman, who has been attend ng a Bari OnU Special ghwVE
Bwrial servism
te. Fast Florida Seminary at Gainee-
ville, arrived in the city yesterday t9 Oid
afternoon en route to herhome. She
will remain for a couple of days as
the guest of her cousin. Mr. Z. D.
Garrett, on South Fifth street.
Some arwesta asebiaser.
If the importation of harvesting '-
machinery into the state is any .
indication, the Florida farming in-
dustry is certainly on the up-grade.
The International Harvesting ka-
chine Company sent out from Chica- .-
go Monday seventeen solid cars of
machinery for Florida points. The
Marion Hardware Company of this
city are agents for this territory.
Surrounding Ocals, and ineldig
their share of the above stated ship-
ment they have disposed of astrteem
ears of this class of maehiberUtM&
season. Mr. J. c. Wheeler, age or aS. a e osU wan dSig
the southern part of the sate isa B, L ..i- PM.
huser and if there is the .
chance to place a machine e is "t
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MOTTO: FRE BANNEL, BELIEVING
TH06B AT THE TOP WELL ABLE TO
TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES, HAS
TAKEN ITS STAND IN THE BARRI-
CAODS WITH THE COMMON PEOPLE
4kND ITS FIHT WILL BE MADE FOR
THE BETTERMENT OF THoSE AT THE
BOTTOM.


FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1905.


Hon. C. M. Brown has been made
famous.
Our legislators want to make Sun-
day baseball a penal offense.

Sid Sleigh is getting a good deal of
free advertising in the Packer.

Mr. Bryan would not object to an
editorial or newspaper trust on demo-
cracy. _
Togo or not Togo is getting to be a
very serious affair with the Japanese
and Russian navies.

Speaker Gilchrist gave a dinner to
the county superintendents. It looks
like he is erecting some gubernatorial
fences.
The Ocala Banner's circulation is
still increasing. Among others en-
rolled yesterday was one from Lon-
don, Eng.
West Florida wants a new county
a* wants it to be named Bloxham
in honor of him who for a number of
years was Florida's "favorite son."

We earnestly advise Editors Harris
and Bittinger to get ready for an
earthquake. About 50 Tampa Elks
will hit their town Wednesday.-
'Tampa Tribune.

A resolution of inquiry as to the
place of residence of Hon. J. W. Wat-
son and Hon. Bert Dyal would be
stri. tly in order right now. The sen-
ate has set the precedent and the
house should follow up the good


If -C01. Peter Knight could posi-
tively guarantee an anxious people
that all df the bad laws pending in
the legislature would be killed, it
would remove a great load from the
public mind.-Tampa Tribune.

Ocala has a big corporation, the,
Ocala Pine company, with a capital
of $10,000. to buy, sell and deal in
shingles, laths and all kinds of mill
products, wholesale and retail. A.
H. Stephens, John Stephens and
William A. Hallowes, jr., are the in-
corporators. Tallahassee Items in
Times-Union.

John D. Rockefeller says that the
secret of the magazine assaults upon
the Standard Oil Company by Miss
Ida M. Tarbell is that her father sold
his plant to the company and elected
to take the amount of purchase
money in cash, instead of in stock,
and that he has never forgiven the
company for the mistake he made.-
Tallahassee True Democrat.

Margaret Sangster, one of the most
brilliant and brainy women of the
age, in saying that '-'one cannot but
hope that a day may dawn when the
manifest and open desire of courts
held in the interest of the people may
be noi so much to find a victim as to
discover a truth," uttered a great
and growing desire. Why are state's
attorneys bent on conviction rather
than on the discovery of the truth?
*oe. C. U. *rowe Eaters Suit Against
SJackseoulle Uetrepelis.
Hon. C. M. Brown, of Miami, has
S filed suit against the Jacksonville
S Metropolis for $25,000 damages. The
ground for the suit is that the Me-
S tropolis charged him with having re-
||- uived free transportation from a
S railroad company while senator and
I for having used the same.


Mr. Brown claims that the pass
was give to him for services render-
ed, and according to the decision of
^ the senate he was not a senator when
Sthe pass was issued.


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Sha Lad Them." or Parents.


Suffer Little ChlldretoaCorn.VMS Me
and rerbid Them Not for 4V Suck is *
KifAdoM VF Dev*I..-


-THE LXrrI. OGK LAID TO RoSr.-Brief was
the visit of the little one to the bome of the edi-
tor of this paper whose presence was looked
forward to as a solace to his declining years. b t
the visit was long enough to diffuse love and
joy to the household as strong and radiant as
the warmth of the sunshine. Short. indeed, was
the stay. but rare indeed, the blessing. fweet
the influence and hallowed the incense. It was
born4Monday night at 9:30 o!ciock. and was laid
to ret Friday at 9 o'clock la the language of
our contemporary., t was. indeed, a "tiny blos-
som faded."-Ocala Banner. Sept. iz. :903


One page of the April
Chicago periodical edited
the ablest newspaper men
to the following:


In Memoriam.
Born March 20.


issue of a
by one of
is devoted


Died


March 24. His coming was a
joy to his mother and me.
His going has helped us to un-
derstand some things we 4id
not know.
To some this language may need
translation; but it will be understood
by the loving parents of living chil-
dren and it will be self-interpreting
as it strikes a holy and sympathetic
chord in the hearts of those .-ho
have loved and lost.
"Language grows out of life--out of
its agonies and ecstacies,.its wastes
and its weariness. Every language is
a temple in which the soul of those
who speak it is enshrined." How
many, *many, fathers and mothers
whose souls are enshrined in the tem-
ple where was spoken this eloquent
memorial to a little one, whose com-
ing revealed the very heights of love
and whose going showed what death
really is!
The boy in his teens thinks he
loves when for the first time he makes
bold to go "gathering the myrtle with
Mary, Mary whose heart he knows;"
the youth thinks he loves when he
presses the engagement ring upon
the finger of his sweetheart and seals
it with a kiss; the young man thinks
he loves when he leads his bride to
the altar. And they all do love-in
their own way and in the way of the
moment.
But wait until the baby comes!
There is love! There the love for the
bride is increased a thousandfold and
consecrated in the love for the mother,
while in the new-found affection for
a little child portals seem to have
opened upon new and strange yet
holy ground. How the world laughs
at the antics of a man who for the
first time finds himself to be a father!
But who cares for the good-natured
laughter of the world? Certainly not
the man who, after hours and per-
haps days of keen anxiety for the
fate of his sweetheart, who has gone
into the valley of death's dark shad-
ow in response to love's stern call,
has been assured that's "all's well."
He has obtained a glimpse of real
life; in his horizon there is not one
single cloud, the birds are singing,
there is music everywhere. He
breaks from his work and finds him-
self hurrying to the bedside of the
old love and to the cradle-side of the
new love. As a rule he is undignified
in his haste; but what does a new
made father care for dignity? He
rather enjoys the jests of his asso-
ciates; for just as the young lover
likes to talk about his sweetheart, the
old lover likes to talk about his babe.
It is a striking fact that although his-
tory may repeat itself, as it has in
many homes, though child after child
may be born, it is the same old story.
The same birds are singing, the same
music everywhere for the father who
finds himself hastening to his home
to greet one of those who have been
likened to God's apostles sent forth
day by day to preach of love and
hope and peace. Wait until the baby
comes and that is love! Wait until
more and more babies come and that
is more and more of love!
Bat if you would learn even more
and more of love, wait until the baby
goes! There is the voiceless grief
that "whispers the o'er-fraught heart
amnd bids it break." But there is the


grief that makes the tie that binds
two hearts closer than any marriage
words yet spoken by a priest; the
thing that "knits two hears in closer
bonds than happiness ever can," for
"common sOfferings are far strong I


n r ebo" @i.
Vsdf a^&Zk.d


links than common joys."
Do we hot know that a grave can
not be so small that it fails to find in
the parents' hearts the place which
in God's infinite wisdom has been set
aside for the memorial to every child
of love? The parent obtains new in-
terest in every day's development of
the child from birth to the limits of
babyhood ; he obtains new interest in
every year's development of the boy'
whether it be from kilts to knee
pants, from knee pants to long trou-
sers, or from smooth face to the first
touch of downy b-ard; and every
turn carries, new sensation to the
parent's heat. How often, also, has
the sentence passed between father
and mother as they anxiously bent
over the sick child's bed: "He's just
at the age when it will be hardest to
lose him But is is because the I a-
rents love best the child that is sick
that they think that death at that
age would be the "hardest." At any
age and at all ages, from babyhood
even unto manhood, the death of a
child calls into the parent's heart
and the parent's heart, always on
guard in the child's interest, makes
prompt and grief-stricken respon-e.
Now, let those whose hearts do
not yet wear these scars imagine
what they would do if asked to choose
one of their children whom they could
best spare. There is an old story,
told in homely verse, that illustrates
this point well. A father and mother
had been offered a house and land if
in return from out of their sev, n
children one child should be given to
the donor. Poverty seems to have
pressed heavily upon that home and
seven mouths to feed brought great
responsibilities. The mother suggest-
ed that they choose among the little
ones as they slept; so walking hand
in hand they surveyed the inmates of
their household. First to the cradle
where the baby slept; then "beside.
the trundle bed, where one long ray
of lamplight shed athwart the boyish
faces there, in sleep so pitiful and
fair;" and then from one to the other,
from the first-boirn to the "Benjaminu"
of the flock, the father and the moth-
er went, declaring beside the bed of
each sleeping form: "Not this one,
no, not this one." Then turning even
to where "poor Dick, bad IJick, the
wayward son, turbulent, reckless,
idle one," slept in spite- of a con-
science bad, they asked: "Could he
be spared?" and answered "Nay, He
who gave, bade us defend him to his
grave; only a mother's heart can be
patient enough for such as he." "The
homely verse tells us that when the
tour of inspection had been conclud-
ed: "They wrote in courteous way
they could not drive one child away."
There is, indeed, not one to spare,
until there comes the command to
which all mortals must in sorrow
bow. Keen though that sorrow, large
though the responsibilities which the
child brought, great though the sac-
rifices it required,' we would not, itf
we could, part with the sorrows, if by
doing so we must blot out the great
fact that a little child came into our
life to teach us the way to love, to
show us the way to live and to tell us
the way to die.
And there a little child shall lead
them! There many a little child has
led them. There the boasted know-


nothingism of the agnostic, or the
proud declamations of the infidel
leave men helpless and hopeless where
the faith of the, mothers points un-
erringly to the stars. There, "as the
disciples found angels at the grave of
Him they loved, we could find them,
too, but that our eyes are too full of
tears for seeing." There even in
the darkest night of death "hope
sees a star and listening love can hear
the rustle of a wing."- Richard L.
Metcalf, in Omaha World-Herald.

Cleared for Aci.s.
When the body is cleared for ac-
tion, by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
you can tell it by the bloom of health
on the cheeks; the brightness of the
eyes; the firmnmes of the flesh and
muscles; the booyancy of the mind.


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Fine Compliment for Dr. S'edd.
Dr. Andrew Sledd, who is the first
in command of the destinies of the
University of Florida, seems to be
"holding his own" in whatever man-
ner he is called upon. He can preach
an excellent sermon that will please
his hearers, he can enforce the rules
of the university without giving of
fense to any right-thinking person,
and he can subdue unruly professors
who give him trouble, just as easily
as he can the youngest student. He
is a Christian gentleman, who never
shrinks from the performance of his
duties, no matter how pleasant or
unpleasant they may be. He is fast
making the University of Florida just
what it should be-the best institu-
tion of learning in the state. He
should be given every encouragement
possible in his work. If there is any
remaining factionalism among the
faculty it should be weeded out as
soon as it appears. Dr. Sledd is to
be congratulated upon the stand he
has taken, and shows that while he is
president of the University of Flori-
da he will not be president in name
only, viz.: dominated by a political
faction.-Jasper News.

Brown's Basktn Speech.
"Mr. President and Gentlemen of
the Senate: I anm proud to have the
honor to deliver my seat in this hon-
orable body to one of Marion county's
young and noble sons, whom I trust.
will be a worthy member of this sen-
ate and fill this chair with the same
zeal for old Marion county as I have
tried to manifest. I never accepted
this chair without reason, nor do I
believe I leave it without honor, and
now pray that the interest of the 20th
senatorial district may be blessed in
his hands. Farewell."

As a yielder to the inevitable, Col.
Tom Wier is a close rival, although
not quite so graceful a one as the
late Senator Charles Monroe Brown,
formerly of Ocala.-Tampa Tribune.


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From now on and each week
during the summer months I
will go to "Woodmar" every
Thursday on the 3 o'clock A.
C. L. afternoon train, and
can accommodate three or
four over night at my house
returning on Friday at one
o'clock.
If you want to see this beau-
tiful property let me know a
day ahead at least. If you go,
you need not feel obliged to in-
vest in a lot although it is my
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The committee of the senate
privileges and elections and on w
omAmittee are three of the fore
lawyers of Florida in their report
dhe contested election case of Baw
m. Brown sustained the con
>f this paper in every particular.
The report of the committee w
audsomo endorsement of the p
on asunmed by this paper.


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flightt now gognO among theo- ItThe g md jy haa d oeoveed e
Cears of the Bquitable Life Assurance1 folowing mare's neh: "*o=e pe
Society reveals a state of things that rs irjlait beig discovered
opens the eyes of policy holders to a I n the tax books, as tamed in by the
realization of fact little dreamed of assessor, we advise the boarl of
by them. They have put on their county commissioners to have state
thinking cape and are thinking and examiner at an early date check up
thinking hard. the collector and assessor's books.",
Mr. James T. Menafee, in a care- Now, let us count the eggs, i. e.
fully prepared article printed recent- "serious irregularities." Davis' prop-
ly in the Atlanta Constitution, makes erty, valuation $9,000.00; Whayles',
the statement that if Mr. Hyde had $300.000; Connor's 20 acres, $300.00;
carried out his threat to wind up the in all of these the right hand figure
affairs of the Equitable by transferr- was dropped in copying the book,
ing the risks to other companies, be- also no personal property assessed to
sides receiving his annual seven p.r mill at Silver Springs or W. R.
cent dividend, and his $100,000 salary, Baker at McIntosh, which will be
he could have realized as profits the tacked on 1905 books .or two years as
enormous sum of --A,00,000,000 on the the law provides.
original investment of :51,000 by his Out of four million dollars assess-
father fifty or sixty years ago. ments these are the "serious irregu-
This tells a story of exploitation rarities" which were not discovered
and graft unequaled by anything by the grand jury, but by a clerk in
known to the financial annals of the the collector's office, who has been
world. No "get-rich-quick" concern running around town for a week tell-
can hold a feeble light to it. To have ing this wonderful discovery in order
made such enormous profits tells to injure him.
how" enormously the confiding and Let me explain the workings of the
unsuspecting policy holder has been tax books so that people can under-
quarterly and annually clipped. They stand it all, for I have nothing to
have been lambs in the hands of the hide, and will be glad to have any
shearers. competent man check up my books,
Mr. Menafee's policy expired many which no one can possibly do as
years ago. lie writes as if he lhas thoroughly as the collector does every
had access to the records and lie has year.
carefully comrputed that if he were The tax valuation of property of
given his share of the accrued profits Marion county amounts to about
he would be entitled to not less than four million dollars, taxes on same
$10,000, perhaps more, but is only to about eighty-seven thousand dol-
offered $3,159, cr less than the amount lars, all of which the, collector is
he paid in to the company over thirty charged with, and then. is credited
years ago when money was worth with all he collects and pays in. At
more, he says, in purchasing power the final settlement he brings in a
than it is to-day. list of errors, doublets and insolven-
The Equitable has a surplus of W80,- ces, naming the page and party on
000,000 which rightly belongs to the whose account the error is claimed,
policy holders, and many besides Mr. which list is examined and approved
Menafee are beginning to ask when by the county commissioners before '
will the policy holder begin to g t his he is credited with it; if that does '
share of what is rightfully his own? not balance his account. he must then
It is absolutely true that those go down into his own pockets. Now '
whose policies have matured and you see how he is forced to list care- 1
have been surrendered have not re- fully every error in the book. That '
ceived their share of their own, or list is filed m the clerk's office and I
anything like it, and it now looks as any one can examine it. Carney's t
f those whose policies will mature hast list amounts to less than half fs I
ater will fare worse. much as any that has been filed in t
The legislatures of the different -- p
states where this company is doing
businesss should take steps to protect t
he policy holders. n


"About a year :,go my
to crack and peel. I tried
dies, but they griw v.orse all
.. At last
came
it was iUn
for me to
hiousewv
water, I[
agony for
and if I t
cook over the stove,
caused intense pain. I
doctor, but his prescri
utterly useless. I gave i
tried another, but without
satisfaction. About six weeks
got my first relief when I
Cuticura Soap .and Ointet.
sing them for a week. I foud
great delight that my halds
beginning to feel much better,
deep cracks began to heal u
stop running, and to-day amy
are entirely well, the one
Cuticura Soap and one box
Ointment being all that I
(signed) Mrs. Mintie Drew, iS
St., Roxbury Ma.s."


ONE NIGHT TREA
For Sore Hands and
with Cuticura
Soak the hands or feet an
in a strong, hot, creamy
Cuticura Soap. Dry a"d ait
with Cuticura Ointment, the gm
cure. Wear on the hawls duil
night old, loose gloves, orb
feet lightly in old, soft cottomw
C~e.. Soap, Obntn sa. n is F g l
e world. Poer Ir -*ChCew. Ca..Srj
r Send fur -Luw to CUl Itchiag .Sm*


many years and proves the ee
native accuracy of the books.
If the state examiner wohed
months he could not do the
half as well. How could he
whether Davis' property is
I00. or $9,000? How could
ell whether Baker has any
propertyy or not? Anyone cen
he absurdity of the grand
proposition.
About two years ago the same
leman was foreman of the
ury and jumped on me then by '
porting, "we find too mucklr M
and on the assessor's books," w
aade every well posted man
or all know that said land was
for taxes after the books were
nade. This time he makes so
cific charge but the sweeping
lemnation "serious irregulanties."
The foreman of that grand jiry w
present when I told Mr. Baker th
ds personal property was aeeidental
Dropped and that I would aess him
wo years. He came to Oea l la
Monday and reported it to the
y commissioners, and also sai td
ie had tried three times to pay
mn a ten-acre lot, but Mr.
would not find it on his books.
looked it up and found that it w
certified to the state for
nent of taxes.
I have just commenced writing
ay books for 1906, and had althia
o show the grand jury except thh
lerks at work. When the boobs
finished I want the county commh
ioners to invite the foreman of
rand jury to point out the the er-e
-rrors will be in them, for no oolic
or in any county in' Florida has y
ailed to bring in a list at his hE
settlement, but the next time *j
rants to give the assessor a sf
ood kick let him take the whole 1
a specified by the collector an 9
>roved by the board of county o
nissioners. Respectfully,
ALFRED AYEB.

Thek Ocala Boamer SustaiaeL .


ANOi


srud for One Year
Cmsd Agony, pHut
-Grew Worse Under l
Could Not Do Any HOItM


ANOTHER WONDERFUL
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r aingsam. .. .. .. .. 6.32 che aq in me car of ne% i
sw%... ... ... ... ......t11123 41
X L LMegP.... ,.. .......... that part of e% of ue% and
sw% of nw% a of Orange/ I I
Creek. ......... ........ 2511122i 801
3L L Meggs.... .... .... .... ee% ex 1 acre in nw cor and I
except lots 2 and 3 in block i
2 and block 5 to ceme-
tery and lots 2 and 3 of blk
4 to school and church in r 1 I
and all of blk 3 and lot 2 in I
blk 4 r 2 and lot 1 in bik 41!
and lot 1 in blk 3 r 3 and i
lot 2 in blk 5 r 4, all being I
w of Spring street in town i i
of Orange Springs........ 25111231142.501 ]
Unknown.... .... ....... .. lot 3 blk 1 r 4 e of Spring St
Orange Springs.... .... ..i 1 1'
LL Meggs.... .... .... .... lot 4 blk 1 r 4 e of Spring St
Orange Springs .... ...... ;
Mrs G Fink...... .......... all of blk 3 r 5 e of Spring St, i
i Orange Springs.... .... ... 4.
Miles Cheshire.. .. .. .. .... lots 15 and 2S..... ..........31 11 23 80!
Unknown.............. .. lot 14 .... .... .... ........ 31:11.23 40:
Miles Cheshire.. ... .. ....sw% of sw%..... ...... '......32 1123' 40!
Henning L and I Co.. ...... sw. of se4.. ...... ...... 32 11:23: 401
LL Meggs.... .. ..........sw of sw%4 .... .... ...... 33 1123! 40i
Fla Land and Trust Co Ltd.. nw% of sw% ...... ........ 34 11'23. 40!
Calvin Dargan.. ...... .... sl, of ne%,j of ne% and sel' I
of ne% .... ...... ........ 35 11 23! 60.63!
Henning L and I Co..... .... sw% of ne% and ne% of sw*4 36 11.23 80'
LL Meggs.... .... .... .... 8% of sw% and n% of se%.. 3611 23' 160!
Unknown.... .... .... .. ..Inw of ne% .... .... .... 251124! 40:
-J C Shepherd.......... .... Isw of ne4 and s_ of gw%-
and nw%4 of nw% ex 4t0 t :
sq in ne cor of 1nw%1 of inwx 25 11 24 156:
W H Butler ............... 1400 ft sq in nie cor of nxw'M of
nw.Li ..... .... 25 11 24 4
Unknown ......... ...... .. se of se.... ..........2S 11 24 40'
Marion Ervine..... .... ..... ne% of nw% 4.... .. ..........29 11 24' 4to
Marion Ervine for 1903 .. .. ne4 of nwl.. ...... ...... 29 11 24" 4,
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. n1 of ne%4 of sw' .... ..... 29 1124 20:
W G Meggs......".... ...... 1420 ft n and s by 525 ft -:a '1'v j
w in n-w cor of se'w of s t14 30'11 24; 5!
Mary Wiggins...... ....... wl of nw,4 of neli.........3141124' 20.
Mprion Ervine. ..... ..... .. s1.2' of smw\ exSacres in ne cor-
of sw'4 of sw1I...........32 11 24 72!
Marion Ervine for 1902 .... Is' of swit ex S acres in ne
cor of sel,j of suw.......... 32 11 24 72
Henning L and I Co..... .... all of...... ...... ...........35 11 24' 640'
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. ne1 of nw%.... ...... ..... 1:1219' 461
Arthur Meigs.. ...... ...... s% of....... .... .......... 14 12 19' 320:
Arthur Meigs.. ...... ...... all of ex lots 1 to S inc sub of 15.12 19' 206!
F J Boyer.. .... .......... s% of lot 5 and lot 6 ex 10 chs
sq in se cor .... ..........15-12 19 95'
F J Boyer.. .... .......... com at nw cor in Arredonda '
grant..... ................ 2212 19:
thence e 22.70 chs s 7.46 chs:
w 7.60 chs a 4.25 chs w 15.10 I
chs n 11.71 chs.... ........ .' T 23.341
J D Wadkins.... .... ....... lot 3 or e 1-3 of Arredonda! I I
grant....... .... .......... 24!12'191 176'
Mrs E J Hammond......... n %of lot 1 and ne% of lot 6 i !
U S Gov survey.. ........221219 30!
EA McDaniel..... .... ...... nw %of nw% ex 70 yds e and
w by 140 yds n and s in nei I
cor and 20 ft n and by 2401 !
ft e and w in se cor.... ....'36 12'19 37.89'
Heirs of Dr Enoch Agnew.. sw% ............ ........ .... !361219 T 160'
J J Barr.... ........ .......con at nw cor of...... .... 11220',
thence e 68.10 chs a 25.10
chs e 14.25 chs a 14.40 chs! i 1
w 30.35 chs n 40 chs ......I 8
T J and A P Krouse.... .. com at sw cor..... .... .... 112120
thence e 24.02 chs n 40 chs T
w 4.02 chs s 10 chs w 20 chsl
s 30 chs ...... ............ 76
J A Simonton..... .. .. ...... lot 3 Plat Book A pg 41J....... 11220 15.50'
J A Simonton.... .......... lot 5 Plat Book A pg 46 andl '
corn at nw cor of lot 5....1 1!12 20'
thence w 24,60 chs n 60 chs! "
e 33.41 chs s 60 chs w 8.86
chs.... .. ...... .... ... 17.52
C S Simonton.... .... ...... con at a pt 15 chs e of nw cor 2 12 2,
thence e 45 chs a 20 chs w'
51.84 chs s 19 chs w 8.16 chs
'. n 32 chs e 15 chs n 7 chs.. 125
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. :-om at sw cor of....... ...... 2"12 20"
thence n 39 chs e 10 deg s'
14.20 chs e 25 deg 30 min s
to a magnolia tree on w side'
of Otter Creek thence sw to "
s bdy of sec and w to p o b' 75.2
W H Patton..... .... ......c orn at se cor..... .... ......! 212 20; A
thence w 15.58 chs n to s bdy
of L'Engle land. thence e' I
with s bdy of said bdy line
to see line thence s to p o b' 33.50'
J H Kellogg.. ...... .. .... 16.72 chs n and a by 24.47 chs! '
e and w-in ne cor.... ...... i 312*20' 411
James Davis.. ...... ...... 3.18 chs n and s by 9.5, chs e!
and w in ne cor of nw% of! '
nw% ...... .. .... ........ 3 1220' 31
Heirs of C. S. Simonton.. .. com at a pt 1 ch n of se cori i
of ne%....... .... ........I 312'20' 1
thence w 15 chs n 15 chs el 1 T I
15 chs a 15 chs.... ...... I I 1 22.501
SJ Barr.... .. ...... ...... 3.44 chs e and w by 39 chs nI '
.. and a in ne cor...... ....! 3!12'20! 13.501
f oAdmalm...... ... ... ... 64.19 chs e and w by 15.011 i I
chs n and a in ne cor......I 7il120T 1001
i FBonchilo......... .. .. w% of nw% of ne% and nel I 1!
I % of nw%....... .... .. ..I 9'1220' 601
IHeirs of E. M L'Engle...... se% and s% of ne%........ !1012:201 240!
J A Stmonton.... .......... lots 1 2 10 23 sub of sec 12! I
I Bush and VanNess.... ....112i121201 400
B Sullivan.... .. .. .. .... w% of lot 5 su bof see 12 Bush! I
a---y Iand VanNess..... .. .. ....112'121201 5v
u Giadney.... .... .. ....lot 19 and 20 sub of see 121 I I
S! Bush and VanNess........1211220r 201
t. lf Christian ............ lots 30 and 35 sub of see 121! I I
Bush and VanNess.... ..!1221220! 20
Walker and Seibert........ lot 63 sub of sec 12 Bush and! I f I
VanNess.......... .. ...12'12'20! 10
3 J Barr...... ..... ..... ne% ex w% of ne% of ne%! I I I
fl ,and n 3-8 of se% ex 3.18 chs! j 1
[/ -I e and w by 6.36 chs n and s I
S!in se cor.. ............113!121201 1981
/ A B Dupuis...... ... ..... com at se cor........ .. ..113!12'201
I thence n 31.36 chs w 3.18 chs I i I
chs s6.36 chs w 4.82 chs s 25 1 I (
Mchs e 8 chs to po b........! I I I 22
J J Barr. ................ne ........ .. .. .. ......'15'121201 160
Mrs L J Wittington.... .. .. comrn at a pt 17.50 chs s of ne! # I (
cor of nw%.. .... ...... 1171121201
thence w 20 chs s 17.50 chs el I | I
20 cha n 17.50 chs.... ....) I I 35
Adam Reeves............ lot 5 sub of sw%..........117!12!'201 20
Riley Harris ,..... ... .... lot 8 sub of sw%........ ..17!12;20! 20
Mrs Carry Reeves.......... !w %of se% ex e. of neI o i I I
i ne% of se%.... ........ .17l121201 75
J Q Bishop.... .. .. .. .... nw% and e% of sw% and 81 I I 1
Sacred in sw cor of ne%... !18!12!201 248
H M Sherouse........ .... 21.62 chs n and s by 43.01 chst I I
i e and w in sw cor A grantl9'12'20f 931
Alonzo Jones...... ........ in% of ne% of ne% of ne%4 Al I I I
Bisho..i grant..... .... ....... .. ........121!12'20j 5
GM Bishop...... .. .. .... corn 20 chs s of nw cor of nel I I I


A grant.. .... .. .. ... .21!12'201
thence s 25 chs e 20 chs n 25 | I
chs w 20 chs.... .... .... I I 50|
W H Belew... ... ... ... ... nwX of ne% A grant.. .... 12112'201 401
Sinie M Johnson.... .. .. .. com 12.63 chs w of se cor Al I I
grant........ .. .. ..... 21'12'20!
thence n 23.75 chs w 7-371 I I I
chs s 5 chs w 8.-26 chs 18.751
I chs e 15.63 els p o b ...... 33
George Floyd.. ...... ...... s% of sw% of ne% of ne% A
grant.... .. .. .. .. ...... 22'121201
Alex Calvin...... ........ne% of se% of ne4 A grant 2212!301 10
Riley Harris. ..... ... ..... lots 41 42 and 47 and w' oft I I
43 sub of A grant.. .. .... 123112'201 SO
Mrs Julia Martinez.. .. .. ..lot 6 fractl U. S. 0. ..21121201 39.93
A D Dupuyu.. .... .. .. .. lots 3 4 and 6 fracti U S Gov I II
sur .... .... .......... .. U2212(114.%
JI and 3 C Smoak.. .. .... lot 5 ex 4 acres in se cor tract I
ICU 8 Gov aur... .. ;. ..... 2212201 36
C Humphrey.... .. .. .. .. cm at s cor of nw%....... 2512o201
thence w 5.40 hs n 13.133 chs I
e 2.2chsa SS e316cs eL 17
cha as 10 chs.... .. .... I .11l
SD Sanders.... .. ....n% of w% oft e% .... ..... 212120 1
Mrs 8 a Drummer.. .... .. %t sw o f w% tne% and 14 I
acresan w ai de atse% tC ne
S -. %... .... .... .. ........ s 34
CCHiaI.... .... ... ...... *% of aw% and n% of sw%
ex 2 ages................ 26122 15
1390 aley........ ..a....... eemat a t 2 c w e ate Io I 1
St Ae wi of nw .. ...... M
thence iw 140 yt a T70 yo s
i 1" 4 y0 d a TO y# e...... !
J C D min. .. .. ......... ... ... ......... M .
S Mr i n ... .. ..... em at ar ear et ae% e e% s ll U
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5 33
5 96


8 70


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1 55



3 49


12 68




8 63



7 16
4 43

1 85


2 89
2 04
6 26
2 96
9 64
8 10
2 22
6 26
4 43
2 59


10 54


5 032
9 64


3 19
1 92
2 29
5"35 2
6 26
4 43
1 31


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3 21


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chs e 3.64 chs a l chsa w 10 I
i chs.... .. .. .. .. .. .... I
Jeff Mason...... .........nw% of aw% of ne%.. .. ..31211
J J Barr...... ... ... ..... com at nw cor.. .. .. .. .... 6112121
thence 14.18 chs n 72 deg e I
8.28 cbs a n0 deg 45 min w T
13.40 chs w 89% Iks to pob I
M F Simonton.... ... ...... com at a pt 17.84 chs w and I T
55.19 chs a n of se cor.. ....i 5112,21!
thence w 9.13 cha a 16.41 ch s I I
e 9.13 chs n 16.41 chs.. .... I
M1 F Simonton 1903 .... .... com at a pt 17-.84 chs w andj 5
i 55.19 cbe n of se cor......| 5.12!21;
thence w 9.13 chs s 16.41 chs i i
e 9.13 chs n 16.41 chs.. .... 1
F M Simonton.. ...... ....com at apt 65-.06 chs e of nw t
cor.... .... ............... 6812:21
thence 18 deg 19 min e 10.44:
chs s 72 deg 59 min e 6.23
chs18de19min w 17 chs i
w 5.S2 chs........ ......
J J Barr.... ........ ...... nw% of nw%..... .... ......I 612 21'
M F Simonton............ blks 10 11 12 17 19 20 22 23 24 '
25 and sz1 of blk 2.. .. .... 612 21
M F Simonton for 1903 .. .. blks 10 11 12 17 19 20 22 23 24
25 and s.s of blk 2..........6 12 21
F M Simonton.... .... .... lot 21 blk 16 and blk 15 ex 6 .
acres on w side.... .. ....: 6 12'21'
J W Ward.......... .. .. w' of lot 28 sub of..... ....7i 12 21
E Patteison...... .. .. .. lot 30 sub of.... .... ........ 7,12211
C M Banks...... ....... corn at a pt 25.75 chs wof se. 1 T
cor of ne% of ne%4.. .. .. 812:21
thence n 13.26 chs n 48 deg!
e 10.89 chs to 21/2 chs of road
s 11% chs e 9.46 chs se with I
road to % sec line w to pob'
J J Barr...... ...... ....... corn at a pt 25.78 chs w of se i
cor of ne% of ne%..... ....i 8112 211
thence n 13.26 chs s 28 deg i
w- 9.20 chs s 74 deg w 16 chs i
s 6.-2 chs e 24.59 chs p o '
J J Barr...... ...... ....... ,oin at sw cor of nw1, of nw
... ......... . ....... ; 12 21
t theice e 29.66 chs n 6.S2 chs
x 17 c.l:s n l chs w 19.66
chs s 1.%2 chls po b.. ....
J J Bnarr...... ...... ....... s% of lot 1 F G Moortead'
sub .......... ...... ..... 12 217
t'hrist;in and Dickson.. .. .. 14.; chs n :.nd s by 6 2-3 chs :
e and w in se cor lot 3 F i :
M'lo trshead sub...... .... .. !
J J Datrr... .. .. .... .... si of lot 4 ex 6 acres on w! I
side ofF G Moorhead sub.. S 12 21i
Will!am Johnson..... .., ..i!ot 2 of blk 9 Boardman....: 9 12 211
Arrelonda Orange Grove .. .. lots 9 23 and 24 sub of...... 16 12 211
C A Walker..... .. .. .. ....lots 1 4 5 of blk ..1 McIntosh 16,12 21"
Mrs L Walker & Mary-Seibert lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 and ni. of lots
7 and S blk 53 McIntosh.... 16 12 21'
J L Wolfenden .. .... .... sW of lots 7 and S blk 53 Me- :
Intosh.. .. ...... ........ 16 12 21'
J D Miller.... .. ..... .....lot 3 blk 58 McIntosh.. .. .. 161221'
Unknown..... .... .... .. ..lot 4 blk 58 McIntosh.. .. ..i16 1221
M Bateman... ... ... ..... lot 52 sub of.. .. .. .. .... 17'12 211
Heirs of Mrs. M E Keep .... lots 103 and 104 sub of...... 17T12'211
Hines and Hobs .... .. ....lot 3 William sub..... .. .... 18 12:21
Hines and Hobs .... .. .... lots 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 19
20 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 37! I
39 40 41 42 44 William sub!18 12"211
R B Hickson.. ...... .... 546 ft n and s by 1452 fe e and i f
w in nw cor.. .. .. ..... .121112211
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. lot 4 blk 1 Orange Lake...... 1211221Ir
M L Fisher .. .. .. .. ...... lot 5 blk 6 Orange Lake...... 1211121211
Mrs M A Hickson .... .... lot 1 blk 22 Orange Lake.... 1211121211
J F Hall.... .. .. ...... .... lots 9 14 ex 8 acres in nw cor I I
lot 9.... :.................i25'12!211
George W Wilson..... .. jsw% of se%4.... .... .... .. 28121211i
L T Hickson.. .......... sw% of ne% of nw% ex 1%! I i
acres to church and n' / O Io
nw% of nw% and n% of nw' I I
% of se% of nw%4.. ...... 281121211
Unknown.... ............ 10 chs n and s by 15 chs e and! !
w in nw cor of sw',4.. .... .2912;21'
Unknown.... .... ........5.77 chs n and s by 7 chs e and I
w in ne cor.. .......... ..321221r


Thomas Walker .. .. .. .... ;.33 chs sq in se cor of ne%
of-ne'4..... .... .... .... ..32 12'21,
' C Waits.... .. ........ .conm at se cor of nel4 of ne%.3212:21r
thenc- w 6.33 chs n 6.33 chs i
e 6.3:" chs n 3.95 chs w 4.33
chs n 3.95 chs w 7.02 chs s
14.37 *hs e 7.o#2 chs.. ....... 1
Primus Rutledge... .... ... om at a pt 3?95 chs e of nw
cor ..... ..... . ........ 32 12'21-
thenee e 6.05 chs q 12.65 chs
w 6.W5 chs n 12.65 chs.. .... '
Unknown..... .... ... .. ... ne! otf se1# of ne.4..... .... 331221"
Joe Farmer and Joe Johnson coom at a pt 690 ft w of tie cor
of nw1iI .... .... .... ...... 33 1221'
then s 1320' ft w 164 ft n
12._ ft e 164 ft.. .. .. .....
A R Rutledge.. .. ... ....0 yds e and w Ly 140 y.ls n :
and s in nw cor of sw1j of
.se.%.... .... .... .... ..... 331221
Unknown ........ .... .. .. i 3-8 of set of sei... ...... 33 12'21
H W Jones..... .... .... .... se. of se%,.... ............ 34 12 21'
W N Williams..... .. ........ comn 41\ ft n of se c(-r of sw1% 36 12 211
thence w 41S. ft n 418 ft e
418 ft s 418 ft.. .. .. ......
Nelson Williams.. .... ......;418 ft sq in ne cor of se%4
i of sw 4k.... ........ ...... 36 12;21
Nellie MoYe....... ... ... ... corn at a pt 418 ft w of se cor:
of se% of sw% .... ...... 3612121I
thence w 418 ft n 418 ft e 418 i
ft s 418 ft.... ............ 1
W N Williams. ........ .... 627 ft n and a by 418 ft e and!
w in sw cor of se% of swi! r
% .... .... .... .... .......1361221
Turner Williams..... .... ... com at a pt 627 ft n of sw cori
of se%4 of sw%.. .. .. .... '36 12:21?
thence n 418 ft e 418 ft s 418
'ft w 418 ft.... .. .. ....... i I i
Unknown.... .... .... ..... n% of ne% and nw% of nw%l i f I
and se% of nw% of se%.... -16-12;22I
Mrs Fannie Hobkirk ...... lot 1.... .... .... .... ... ..24i12122'
George Ellis .. .. .. ........ ne %of nw% ex 6.32 chs n and' I I
s by 11.08 ths e and w in se
cor.... .... .... .... ......125 12 22!
Mrs Fannie Hobkirk.. .. ..jnw% of nw% and s% of nwY4 1 1
I and nl/ of sw%.. ...... ..:25 12!221
Mrs Fannie Hobkirk..... ..ne% of se% of ne% and 5 acres I I I
in triangle in se cor of ne% I 1 I
of ne%4.... .... .... ...... 26 12'22!
Hattie Merrion.. .. .. .. ... w of sel.. .......... .... !26112222T
Unknown..... .... .... .. .. 5 acres in shape of triangle in, I I i
I se cor of ne% of se%.. .... 26'12!22!
T H White.... .... .....com at a pt 7 chs e of sw cor 1 1 1
of nw% of sw%4.... ...... 27.12'221
thence e 23 chs n 20 chs w ) 1 I
26 chs s 6 chs e 3 chs s 15 I )
chs ex 20 ft right of way on I I
w side.... .... .... ...... I I
H B Stevens for 1903 .... .. 35 yds n and s by 140 yds e i [
and w in sw cor of se% of' I
ne% .... .... .... .. ......'28119t29
C W White.. .. .. ........ 'coin at a pt 2.62 chs e of sw !
I cor of ne% of nw%4.... .. ..'28'12'221
thence n 6.37 chs e 10 chs s I I
10 chs w 10 chs n 3.63 chs..I I I
Mrs Sarah Tompkins .. .. .. 6 2-3 chs n and s by 18 chs e! 1
i and w in se cor of n% Qf I !
I lot 4.. .... ...... .... .... 28'12-2?,
R A Reed .......... .... .... 140 yds n and s by 70 yde e! [
I and w in nw cor of se% of! I
sw% of sw%'...... .. ..!2812'221
J A Pepper..... .... .... .... blk 2 and lot 1 of blk 3 Wil-i I I
bur's plat Citra.. .... ....12712!22!
Chas W White..... .... ..... blk 6 Wilbur's plat Citra... .28 12,22I
J J Barr... ...... ...... ... lots 1 3 and 4 blk 11 Wilbur'si I
plat Citra.. .. .. .. ..... .!28'1222;
Lee Sandy......... ...... lot 4 of blk 1 J A H P Citra.-!28112'221
T H White........ ....... blk 2 and 40 fe e and w on el I !
side blk 3 J A H P Citra.. 28 121221
Mrs S M White.. .. ... .... lot 4 of blk 4 J A Harris plat I
Citra.... .... .... .... .... 112!22!
Wartmann and Wyckoff.. ..25 ft e and w by 50 ft n and s! I I
in sw cor of blk 6 J A Harrisl I I
plat Citra.. .. ....... .. 12!22i
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. e% of lot 2 blk 8 J A Harris I I I
i plat Citra........ ...... 112!221
C W White.... .... ........ lots 1 2 and 4 blk 9 J A Har-I I I I
I ris plat Citra.. .. .. .. .. 121221
C W White.... .... ........ lot 3 blk 9 J A Harris plat Cit-i I
I ra.... .. ...... .... ...... 12122f
C W Taylor .... .... .. .... lots 1 and 4 blk E Steer's ad I I
Citra.. .. .. .. .. .. .... 121221
M A Rice and Co.... .... .. lot 2 bik I Steel's ad Citra.. 1212212
John Stiles........ .... .... lot 3 blk I Steers ad Citra.. 12'229
CR Carter.... .. ......... lots 3 and 4 blk L Steels ad
Citr.. .. .......... .. 12
Tho H GIbbe.... .. ........ lot S LIspera ad Citra.. .... 122
John Muller. ..... ... ..... lot 2 bk A J THarri ad d
J H and Wlliam Porter.. .. a% at o% of nela ot nw%.... P112
Unknow........... .. .. % of s% e nw ........ 2
Mrs LHart... ... %a. ..... % of aese O 9e% ex a l2
In ne car.. ...... ... 22 22
Mart Hearst.. ........... yds a and a by 140 yds e I
a s w 1 fme cOr w t 8 e l _
A Otm_ e ... .......... 2 2l
G M Webb.. ... .... .... com lli efs ewoaatnew arof e
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thence w 440 yda n 440 yds | I 1
e 296 yds s 145 yds e 144 yds I
J H .. ...s 131 yds e 155 yds a 144 yds: I 12l.M
J T Hall ...... .. .. .. nwi'4 of nw%.. ............114113 I 4
I W F CIme................. e. of ne% of nw%...... ..f15t131 Il
Live Oak Phosphate Co.. ... nw% of se% and se% of sw% I
St1 and 12.64 chs e and w byll I
15.86 chs n and s in sw corl I
of sw% of se%.. .......... 15!13119
2 Unknown.... .... .... .... ne% of ne%.. ... ... ..... 2211!11 @q
Unknown..... .... .... ... e%_ of sw% of se%.......... i12213!1
Live Oak Phosphate Co.-. .. w% of w% of ne% and n% of
; I sw% and se% of sw% and *I
w% of sw% of se% and e% I
9 of ne% of se% and comn at I
S- i se cor of ne% of nw% thencel I
w 210 ft n 462 ft w 669 1-I
? ft n 857% ft e 879 1-3 ft a
3 ] 1320 ft and ne% of se% o I
nw% and a% of oe% of nw I |.
Florida Land Co for 1903 .. .. w% of sw%................. ...21 S
1 Mary E Mason.. .. .... .. e% of sw%s. .... .......... 24 19f
Mrs E L Striker.. .. .. .... w% of ne% and e% of nw%2 1 l91
Live Oak Phosphate Co.. .. Ise% of ne%4.... ..............1I
3 Unknown..... .... ........ .s% of ne%....... ...... .... *34 91
Unknown.... .... ..., .. .. n% of ae%............ ...
I W D Alford .. .. .. .. .... sw%.... ...... ............
A H Younge.. .. .. .. .. .. n% of sw% of sw% and aw I
7 % of sw% ofs aw%.... ....
Guy Anderson .... .. .. .... e% of e% of ne%.... ......
3 Samuel Green.. .... .. .... w% of ne% anid *% f %e o
ne% and ne eat o e%...... I
SAmanda MeGeeee.. .. .. .. ne% of w es 1 Ies I
Scar and w% ofa w1n at 1%
7 eI z acr.ee osoe ....--...
S- .... ...'*"* .*** *** 00...
S Susie x MMah .... .. .. a *. t... ... *** ....... -
3 Salle H and J Jn aam.. n at BA% % f e10 .... ...... .....
0 Charlotte iNiNaN.. .. .... 0teg asI R aOw ert e-'....
B Bump Bbw.. .. .. . .. *. at m%**.**.******* **
Unev190.... .... ....0. .. .lw t aL-SC8 ........
3 I MP -. .. ....m -t.-.... **** * I
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thence 42 gds w 70 yds
43 yde e 70 yd.... ......
IPenrr ... ......... -....3.18 cbs a maa by I.3 d b
P"7 *VVR and w to sw cor at aw% ot
nw%..
S.-nw%.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S IN S
L#llce Blakely.. .. com at a pt 1 lch sad
r" chase of nw cor.. .. .. .. n
thence e .36 chI a &.18 cI C
w 6-36 chs n &.18 che ..... I
W C Breedlove.... ........ n% of n% of sw% of nw%..13;12j2 M
James Grant.... .. .. ...... 210 ft aq In ne cor of *% ot, I
sw.i .. .. .. .. .. ... ..33 2U 1
Jim James .... .. ........as %of se% of se% of se%..13S12S2i
C W White.... .. .. ......com at a pt 6 chs a of aw cor
of rnA of nw%.. .. ......134121t
thence a 34 chs e 20 chs n;
2 chase n 67 deg 9 min w 21.57i
cha.... .. .. .. .. ..........
Harris and Brooks... .......n% of nw% of nw%.. .. ..34122 3
Randall Young. ... ......... 330 yds e and w by 220 yda n I
and a in'se cor of se0 of
sw .. .. .. .. .... .. ..i34 12 22
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. nw% of ne%.. .. .. .. .....134,1i2 T
Aiex Williams.. .. .. .. .... nwU of se% ex 170 yds e andl t
w by 135 yds n and a in aw; I
cor and 2 acres in nw cor..135 12,2
I C Ellis ...... ... ... ......ne% of sw4 of se%.. ...... 3512il 6
Henning, L and I Co.... ..... neV of se ,.. .. .. ...... .,5212 ? 0
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. e'. of nw',.. .. ... .. .. ... .61, 12,221
.M s S Harris.... ..... ..... rne% of sw.% and s% of nwjl 1
of seA and n'1 of swi of I|
S. se .... .... .. .. ......6 1 221
P.-rch_-.r Lr Egle.. ..... ..S..w, of sw'.. .. .. .... ..36:1222l
i nknowi..... .... .... .. .. com at se cor of George Coul-I I
", son's lot on Dunn's avenue l12,23
thence n 3.15 chs to con pt I
and n 3.46 chs e 7 de a .31 1
chs 2.95 chs w 6.31 chs....
Joe Green.... ... ........on e side of lot 22 G I F C
J grant.... .. ...... ........ 1 222 i2 I
Joe Green .. ............ in center of lot 22 G I F C 1
-' grant.... .... .... .... .I h12!2r
Ihis W White .. ... .7S chs e and w on w side lot;
L G I F C grant.. .. .. ..1 1 22-
4 W\iit.. .. .. ...... ci at a sw cor lot 9 Allred's
sur thenct-e e to sw cor lot 10t I
s 17.36 <-hs w 21.2 ch. n I '
1:.:i6i ths e to pt 4 chs a of i
fv t D I H .Mais..... .. .. .... selt of nw- ..... .. .. .. .. .12231
J N Hedni.............. ... 12 ths .ii an s on n side of ne: I | I
iA McBi of nw4.. .. .. .. .... I '1212S
A MlcB ifide...... ...... .... ,sw of ne14.... .... .... ..2 i,12223i
Hetlini g L and I Co. ......... sw 4of nezi..... .... ......I 12121
J J H;lyinan... ...... ..... lot 1 ex 6.3!# chs e and w oni I I
w w side..................1; 6 12!23i
W J Turner.... .. .. .. .... lots 2 13........... .. ...... 12
J J Hayman.... ... ... ..... lots 15 and 2S............. 612231i T.
Unknown.... ........ .. .. lots 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 1 23.. i ;612't 23
J J Hayman... ... ... ..... lots 9 and 18 13 and 29....... 7:12;.2f
J J Hayman.... .. ........ nw' of n1w%............... .. 12!22
W H Pegramn.. .. ........ nw% of ne%1.... .... ...... I 12!S23
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. sw% of ne'%.. .... ........ 121121it
Unknown.... ............ w% of ne% ...... .... ...... 1412j=
Unknown..... .... ...... ne% of nw% and s% of nw% |
and w% of s%.......... ISiISI
Henning L and I Co... ... .. iote 11 and 20...... ........ 11511213t
F Lang and Son ........... :ote 3 4 5 11 12.. ...........1. 301122S
Henning L and I Co. ... ... iU of.. ...... ........... .. 1 1214
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. ll of...... .... ........ i.i2,1 l 4
Henning L and I Co. .. ... ill of .................... 31121241
Unknown.... .... ...... .. ..% and e% of uw% and *%1
I i n. ..of sw% ...... .... ......| 4121 124
Marion Erwin.... .. .. .... lots 2 3 6.... .... .... .... 1S12241
Marion Erwin for 1903 .... .. lots 2 36 .... ........ ...... 5 12
Unknown..... .... .... .. ..s% of ne%.... .... ........ .2124
A D Wells...... .. ...... ..e of e%...... ........... 7112241
Unknown.... .... ...... .. l!ots 1 and 6...... .... .... 8!4 S241
Tilghman and Son .. .. .. lots 4 9 and 10.... .... .... I1121241
Henning L and I Co.... .. .. li of.... ...... .. .... ..... I12241
Henning L and I Co.... .. .. All of.... .... .... .......... 2It 4
Henning L and I Co..... .. .. ill of.. ...... .... .... ..... l312,I 24
Henning L and I Co..... .. .. ill of.... .. ................. 151121241
Henning L and I Co..... .. .. !ot 16.. .. .. .. .. ......... 117121241l
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. :ot 15........ .... .... ......j17'1l2!24
Unknown..... .... ..... .. lots 10 15 16...... .........I3121224i 1
L L Meggs .... .. .. .. ..... ots 9 10 I11.... .... ........ .1912241
Mary J Hunt.... .. .. .... iots 4 5 6 ex 10 acres on a side i
lot 5....... .... ...... .... 201224! 11
Henning L and I Co.... ... .. Iots 9 and 16.... ..... ....... .20112i24
I'nknown... ..... ..lot 11...... ... ............120 1224.
Henning L and I Co... ... .. ill of...... .... ...... .....t21212'24
Henning L and I Co... ... .. ill of.. ........ ...... ..... 312! 24,i
Henning L and I Co.... ... .. ill of....... ... ...... .......2512 241
Henning L and I Co.... ... .. ill of.... ..... ... ....... 2712:24 1
Henning L and I Co.... ... .. ots 1 2 S 9 14.... .......... .9 12 24
Wilson Cypress Co.... .... ot 12...... ... ..... .....2912 241
William Young.. w.. ..l.. .. .w of nele ex 5 acres In nw I I
cor and s\% of sei4 of neI' (
and nw% of se .... .......3112'241 i I
A D Wells....... ........... lot 2.... ..... ... ... ..... 32 12'24! 4
Henninfg L and I Co..... .. .. ill of ......... ... ... ....3. 15.12241
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. of se%,...... ... ... ...... 4;12126
Unknown.... ........ .. .. w% and nw of se%.... ....! 6;121256!
Henning L and I Co.... .. .. wI. and nwl4 of ne%..... ..| I712!51 -
Unknown.... .... .... .. e of se%.... .. ..........I 71l2125
Henning L and I Co..... .. .. e% and se% of nw% .... ....I 9.12!251
Henning L. and I Co.... .. .. e', of neV4 and nw% of ne%0leil2i2
Henning L and I Co......... all of... ... ... ... ..... 1....5'212$t
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. e2 of e% and nw% of ne%..116l2il2St
Henning L and I Co.... .... e of ne%..... .... ........jl1811|251
Unknown.... .... ..... lw%......... ...... ....... 18112 t5
Henning L and I Co........ all of............ .......... 19tlIl2 M
Henning L and I Co........ w% of sw'i...... ..........129112 I1
Unknown........ ...... .. nw%........ .............. 3-M21381
L W Kervan.... ...... ... n% of ne% and se% of nel I I
and ne% of se% and nwi%;25112X2 M
Alice G Golden........ .. sw% of ne%..... ........'...t12ll
Unknown........ .... .. .. wW of sw% and se% of aw%2.1.i.. U
Ed F Ray.......... ...... nw% of sw%.......... .... I27!r 0 41
Unknown................ 8% of ne% and e% of nw%'271I22 '9
Ed F Ray...... ........ .. ne% of se%........ ........l212H2 5
Christiana Wells.. .. ...... se% of se.... .... ....... .'2!211 4
Unknown........ .... .. ..e% of sw%........ ........l2,2! 1 *
Henning L and I Co.... ... se% of ne% and ne% of nw%! I (i
Sand e% of se% and nw% of 2 | 11
se% .. ..... .... ......132fl I
Unknown........ .... .. .. w% ex ne% of nw%.........Izil2211tl2
J T Thompson........ .... 15 chs e snd w by 1l chs n1 I I I
and a in nw cor........ ..1341tI'21
Unknown........ .... .. .. se of ne% and e% of se%..!34 2125 i
W C Townsend...... .. .. sw% of ne% and nw% of se%| I I -
and e% of sw% of se%... .t5;12:2ri S i
Unknown........ .... .. ... w .... ........ ........f35'12!2SI
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. sw% of sw%... ... ... .....W381125
Heirs of Dr. E Agnew.... .. w of nw%1 and sw%......j 1(II139
Heir of Dr. E Agnew.. .. .. se4 of se%........ ........1 2113! 91
Unknown....* **........ *144 yds n and a by 15 yda e I I
and w in sw cor ...........I 2~13.19l
Unknown.... .......... ne% of se%........ ........, 3!11S'19
James Garrison...... .... corn at se cor..............1 3121 1'


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Wright Jr........ ..2 acres in aw cor of e% of nw- 1
%. ... ... ..... ... ..2813120 2 1 61
dSW .... .. .. ...... sw% of se%.............. 29113120 401 2 17
cade.. .. .. .. n% of ne of e%..........129113120t 20 2 50
Scade for 1503..... n% of ne% of se%.... ......129113120f 20 2 50
hephserd.. .. .. .. .... se% of nw%..... ........... 3011320r 40 2 17
........... ..sw% of nw%..... .. ........1130131201 40 2 17
Wilo.. .. .. ........ .30 chs n and s by 16 chs e I T I
and w in se cor of sw% .... 1311131201 10! 1 83
8 X Atknwan.. .... .. ne% of se%.... ... ... ..... 31|13j201 40! 1 74
B-ard.. ...... ......ne% of ne%....... .... ......32113120f 401 2 17
and Wade... .. .... e% of sw%.. ...... .... ..13213120[ .80' 3 03
=Mitehell.. ........ .... nw% of se%..... .... ........132113!20! 40 1 74
"b' Elli.. ... .. .. .. w% of sw%.. ...............13313120I 80 6 05
SDavis............ sw% of se%... ... .........i33113:201 40 2 17
S McMahon.. .. .. .... ne% of sw% ... ... ... .....1341139201 40 2 17
ir of B Dunn.... .. .. sw% of sw%...... ........ '34!1320f 40 2 60
FJMcMahon.. ....se' of swI...... .. .........i34!13:20 401 2 60
Iord Demson.. .. .. .ie% of nw%4.... .... ........i 11321! 80i 5 62
r Eths Evans.. .......... s% of neV4 of sw%4. ....... 1113211 20; 1 74
bknown.... .... .... .. ...n% of se% of sw%4.... ......I 1:13'21i 20; 1 74
r~l White.. .. .. .. ...... sw4 of sw% ex 5.23 acres in! i [
ne cor.. .................. V 3,13 211 35 2 90
PHull.. .. .. .. .. .. .... com 15.34 chs w of ne cor of ;
Sse% of se%4..... .. ........ 31321i
thence w 18.16 chs s 20 chs [
e 9.84 chs n 10 chs e 8.32 chs'
n 10 chs..... .... .... .... I 2S 4 36
G Hull .... .. .. ....... com at a pt 20 chs n of se corl 313:21;
f thence w 15.34 chs s 10 chs j i
w 8.34 chs s 10 chs e 11 chs I I
s 9.50 chs e 12.60 chs n 6.23
chs e 6 chs n 23.17 chs w 6 I
chs ........ .... .... ...... I 65 5 96
ae Parker... ... ... ..... 6.32 chs e and w by 7.70 chsl I
n and s in nw cor of sw% of I!
se%... .... ... ... .... 3131211 5 1 83
known .... .... .... .. .. se% of sw% of ne%4 and sel I t
of se%4.... .. ............1 613'211 50 3 98
O Runnermand.. .. .. ..com 5 chs e of nw cor of sw%l 61131211
thence s 20 chs w 15 chs n |
20 chs e 15 chs.... ... .... 30i 7 81
'D Alford........ .. .. com 13.50 chs e of sw cor.... 6,13211
thence n 16.58 chs w 7.50 chs!
s 4.17 chs w 15 chs a 12.41 1
chs e 22.20 chs to po b.... | 30 7 81
Mawaha Fruit Co.. .. .. .. e% of e% of sw% and se'A ex I
10 acres in ne cor..... ...... 613 211 170 33 04
orge 0 Runnermand.. .... nw% of ne% of ne% .... ... 713 211 10 1 31
ICeock and Alford.. .. .... nw% of ne%4.. ...... ........1 7,131211 40 5 84
rT.. .. .. .. .. .. ....s% of sw% of ne%.. ........ 7131211 20 2 60
S~andCo .... .. .. ...se% of nw%................. 71131211 40 4 76
ru and Ramsey.. .. ....;n% of nw% of nw4..... .... 8.13'21i 20 2 17
uterley Savings Bank .. ..nwJ4 of sw % and n'% of se %' I I
of sw%4........ .......... 713.211 60 6 14
man BoydI ......... **ne% of ne%..... .. ......... 1S,13'211 40 4 76
@be Dnpan .. .. .. .. ..;n %of ne% of swA ex 4 acres T 5
to Shelton.... .. ...... ....1 9;13 21I 16 2 90
(erSpann.. .. .... .. .. fractl e% of sw ex n% of! I T 16 90
ne% of sw%..... ........... 913:211 50 3 55
Rutland.. .. .. .. .com 520 ft s of ne cor of nw%{ I I !
of ne%..... .. ...... ......1 913.211
thence w 200 ft s 200 ft elI I 2
200 ft n 200 ft.... ........I I I 1 2 00
m Evans.... ........ se% of ne% ex 105 ft e and wl I
by 220 ft n and s in ne cor
of se% of se% of ne% and( I
1 acre sq in se cor.... ....110113i21- 38 6 82
Ompk Rutland... ... ... ... cof 525 ft a of ne cor of nw% I I
of .ne%........ .... ...... 11013,21;
thence w 210 ft s 210 ft el i
210 ft n 210 ft.... .... ....I I T 1 2 21
ir PB Wlon.... .... w% of ne ex 5 acres in nel I
cor and sw% of nw% of nwl I I 1
S... ...... ............. 1101321' 65 3 20
McRae.. .. .. .. .... com at sw cor.of blk 5 Red-I I I I
dick" ..... ... .............110!13!21V j
thence w 145 ft n 480 ft e 1451 I I
ft s 480 ft.. ............... I 1 1 78
tle John5ls.. .. .. ..*.... I acre between lands of E. P.;1 I
Thagard and Cheesboro.. ..!10.13'21 1 1 83
ttt Cbeesbo"rPh.. .. ... lots 1 and 4 blk 1 Reddick. .!10'1321I 1 53
CbeeaborUogh.. .. ... lot 2 blk 2 Reddick.... .....'10113;21! 67
Orena Sutth.. .. .... lot 5 blk 5 Reddick.... ..... .10,1321i 88
Boyd ........ .... lots 8 and 9 blk 13 Reddick..11i0 13'21j 6 91
Boyd .. .. .... ........ lots 3 and 4 blk 16 Reddick. .1101321! 6 91
Howard .. .. .. .... n% of sw% of nwV..........ill413 21' 20 2 60
Howard for 1903 ....n% of swL4 of nw,4..........i11l1321 201 2 60
SRIley .... .. .. .. ....se%4 of se% of nw .... ....111321' 101 1 74
Riley.. .. .. -.... ... sw4 of se% of nw-4........ '11 13 21T 10; 1 74
Finlay Jr...... ... 14.47 chs n and s by 6.71 4hs e
and w in se cor of nw', of '
nw4.. ........... ........ 11 13 21 3' 213
,*k Finlay Sr........ .. 4.47 chs sq in sw cor of nej .
of nwt4.... ............. 11 13 21 3 1 83
9 Billngsley.... .. .. .. 12.5' chs e and w l on w side of
, s sw1 of sw'-i.... .... ...... 11 1321 25. 3 9S
*ft Turner.... ...........;se% ex 6 acres in sw cor of '
nwi 1 and 3 acres in nw cor
of nw1 of se4%........ .... 11:13 21 150! 4 28
S Turner.... .... ....... wse' ex 6 acres in sw cor of'
nw'% and 3 acres in nw cor i i
of nw% of se% .... .. ...... .11 1321' 150 4 05
B Morrison.. .. .. .. .. s, of ne%'.... ............. 12 13!21 80 3 89
lkMcCollough.. .. .. .... nw% of nw% and w% of ne' i
F 1 of nw%1.... .... .. ....;1213!2! 50 6 14
pw McCullough .... e of se'4 of nw%4.... ....-'12 13121 10 2 60
Kinyon........ .... el, of se% of sw%4 and sl; i 1 I
I of se%.... .. .... ........ 12 13'21' 100 3 98
own .... .... .... .. .. 10 chs e and wby 15 chs n and; | I
s in ne cor of nw% of nw% 13.13'21! 15 3 20
A Small.. .. .. .. ...... -w% of nw% of sw%4.... ....;131321 30 1 74
W SGrantham........ e% of nw% of sw% .... .... 13 1321, 10 88
NNam Stocker........ s% of nw% of seV and 4 chs i I
e and w by 3 chs n and s in, i I
se cor of n% of nw1< of se I 1
1 A .... .... .... .... ...... 13-1321! 21 4 36
SJohan* ........ .... s% of ne%...... .......... .14 13'211 80 3 68
ABoyd............ .. sw'% of nw4.. ............ 14;1321! 40 2 60
tle Johnson.... .. .. .. 3 acres sq in sw cor of nw%' i I
of se%........ .......... 14113:21! 3 1 83
rSanders..- .. .... .... lots 3 and 4 Benedict sub of I
S-.-ne%.......................15.131211 10 2 90
.Sherouse.. ...... lots 5 6 and 8 Benedict sub of; I f
Sne'4......................15S13'211 15 2 90
hjkna **................ blk 9 Benedict sub of ne%.. 15'13 21 5 1 53
*1. Howard ........ .... lot 20 Benedict sub of ne%.... 1511321 10 1 53
FSherouse............ lot 26 Benedict sub of ne%.. 15'13121 5 1 53
Ru.B............ ... ne of see,................ 1813!21 40 2 76
1 u and McMahon...... lots 1 2 3 and 4 blk 9 Fairfield 7 13 211 9 06
imt* .... .... .... .. .. s% of lot.,1 blk 1 Benedict
SHeights.......... ........1 18,13121 1 83
Barr... .. .. .. .. ....1 acre in nw cor of lot 4 blkI
; .1 Benedict Heights.. .. ..181321 1 83
Barr ........ ....... s% of lots 5 and 6 blk 1 Bene- I
-'" dict Heights...... ...... 1813 211 5 06
]Barr............ .... lots 11 and 12 blk 1 Benedict I
SHeights.. ..............1813211 20 1 53
SBarr............ .... s %of lots 13 and 14 blk 1- I
1?- Benedict Heights.........1813211 10 1 83
S U J Stanhope.. .. .. ..lot 14 blk 2 Benedict Heights 181131211 10 1 53
.arr.. .. .. .. .-.. .. ..lot 1 blk 4 Benedict Heights 19!13121 10 1 53
y.. .. .. .... .. .... lot 5 blk 4 Benedict Heights19|13121 10 2 60
own.............. .. lot 8 blk 4 Benedict Heights1l9'13i21! 10 260
PPatch.......... .. .. lot 2 blk 5 Benedict Heights|19,13|21I 10 1 53


SPFord. ........ ........ lot 17 blk 6 Benedict Heights 19 13 21, 10 2 60
Barns. ...................lot 23 bik 6 Benedict Heights 19 13:211 10 1 53
SLIpsey.... .... .... .. lot 11 blk 7 Benedict Heights 20 13211 8 1 31
a *tr1o ..... ... ... ..... lot 4 blk 8 Benedict Heights 18,13 211 4 1 10
.Barr... .................lots 6 7 and 8 blk 12 Benedict! I
Heights.... .. ........... 118131211 97
l.Stanhope..............ilots 1 and 8 blk 13 Benedict I
Heights.................. 18.13 211 2 60
Barr... .... ..... ..... lots 3 and 4 blk 15 Benedict I
SHeights..... .. ..........11813211 67
XWebb... ....... .......lot 7 blk 19 Benedict Helibts'1S'13 211 671
IBarrT... ... ... .... ..... lots 1 and 8 blk 21 Benedict I
Heights...... .... ......!18113 211 67
SMcClaron.. .. .. .. .... lot 5 J H 'Campbell's sur of e
Wi' part of S Fernandez grant
and lots 1 and 2 of sec 21 1 1
; and lot 1 of sec 28 secs 21
a- n ............-- ...--- ---.. --... --- 28 1321I 20 5 66


F Mccuaro for 1903



D Maynard.. ....


... lot5 J H Campbell's sur of e
Part of S Fernandez grant
and lots 1 and 2 of sec 211
i and lot 1 of see 28 sees 21
and... ...........
.... lots 11 and 37 JH Campbeil'
I sur of e part of S Fernandez
I grant and lots 1 and 2 of sec
21 and lot 1 of ec 28 sees 21
and... ... ... ... ... .....
....lot 58 J H Campbers sur ofe
part of Permandes grant
and lots 1 and 2 of ses 21
and lot 1 see 2 ses 21 and
*.. lots 62 70 and 1 Camp.
bel" mrat of pat o S e8w-
nanes grant sad loat 1 a
2 t see 21 and lot 1 tme
28 aes e 21 and............
.... lot St JR mamprd et
part at. L muandes grant
aad lots 1 mad 2 t mee
Und lot I e t se Mw sees
.... e6t H CaimpbeWs tet
arta tlaraadSofei
sa bM I a1 ad 2 aft m


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Snw'4...... ...............118131221
thence e 13.31 chs s 13.31 chs |
w 13.31 chs n 13.31 chs....1 I 18.50 3 50
S D Smith.. .... .... .... .. 13.45 chs sq in sw cor of nw
.... .. .... ........ .... lS1322 18.75 2 90
Amelia Aldridge.. .. .. .... nw% of sw% ex 5 acres on el I I |
side........ ....... !1813:221 35 3 98
Lydia Daniels.. .. .. .. .... 7.50 chs e and w on e side off [ I
ne% of sw% .... ...... 1181131221 15 1 83
Nancy Aldridge.. .. .. .. ..com 7.50 chs w of ne cor of sw | I I
% ............. .......... 18139221
: thence w 7.50 chs s 20 chs e
7.50 chs n 20 chs.. .. .... 15 2 43
TW A Nottage and Bro.. .... see of nw\% and e 0 of s-.. 2'1322! 120 7 99
Mrs D M Smith.. ........ w of se% and sei of se4!20 12 221 120 5 62
0 E Farnham.. .. .. .....7.50 chs n and s by 6.75 chs! I
e and w in se cor of ne14 of I I
se'4.. ...... .... .. ......120 13 22 5 1 40
Unknown.... .... ........ e'u of ne',.... .. ...... ... .12213i22 80! 2 60 i
Felder White.......... .. 140 yds e and w by 245 ydsI I i
nand s in se cor of sw' 4 of, I
ne,'4.....................2213i 22 7 1 83
R S Civils.. .. .. .. ...... n% of n. of se%.. ...... .. 22'13'22 40 2 17
Gabe Ty'son. .. .. .. .sw4 of sw'i............... '25i1322 40 2 60
Wiil Gaskin........ .. .. ne1 of ne%41.. .... ...........3221 40 2 60
Minda Gary.. .. .. ..... sw'% of se%4.... .... .. .... .27!131221 40 2 60
Mahaly Thomas.......... :corn 140 ft s of ne cor of ne%127 13221
thence w 210 ft s 420 ft e I i
210 ft n 420 ft.... .. .. .... 2 191
George Bagley.. .. .... .... se% of ne4 and ne% of se%4I28113!22 80 6 91
J F Harvey.... .. .. .. sw% of ne% and se% of se% 28'131221 80 4 76
J P Harvey for 1903.. .. .... sw% of ne% and se% of se% 28 13 221 80 4 76
Mrs. D M Smith...... .. ..s% of nw% of ne% and e% r
of new4 of nw% and nw% ofl
Snw%.. ...... .... .. ....28113221 80 5 06
R A Carlton ........ .. w% of se%.... .. .... ......12813221 80 2 60
WUllam Nottage.. .. ...... lots B CD and I lot 2 blk 17
rV Sth.. .Sparr....................2 '13 22 2
ro V Smith ... .. as as ne' ofne...... .........291322! 40 2 60
John Han.. .. .. .. ... .. sw% of se%.... .. .. ...... 13221 40 90
W W Caldwel.. .. .. .. .. com 13.58 chw of ne cor.... 3013221
thence a 19.15 chs w 10.46
ch a 19.15 chs e 10.46C 3 2 20
S Harvey- .. a .. s e% of nw% and n% ot sw% O is 22 17 69
S8 Hae r for 1~ .... .. e% of nw% and n% t sw% 1322 175 ,9
R L Carton.. .. .. .. .. .. e% of ne%.... .... .... ....S.1S a 3 a
Unknown.... .... .... .... 3.72 chs n and a by 7.75 ch e
and w In ne cor of nw%.. 13 22 1 g8t
WiMiam Dckett.. .. .. .. .. .e% of Be%........ .......... 4 1222! 80 3 8
Nancy Gary..* .. .. .. .. aw% of ne%............. ....341131221 4 47S


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OWNBR DESCRIPTION OF LAND .. Acres, a


and lot 1 ot sec 28 see I
and..................... i2813!21 11; 3 5so
Seth Nichols.. .. ... .. .. .. lots 21 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 31 I
48 49 50 51 52 53 54 60 61 5 I i
S6667 68697273 74 7576 I I78
88 89 and 25 acres in ne corl I I I
of 8 Fernandes grant w ofi
R R J H Campbell's sur of I I
S Fernandez grant sees 211 I [
and ... ........ ... ... .... 28113121! 8 70 28
J W Bishop.... .. .. .. .... e of se%.... .. .... ..... 2211321 801 3 89
J W Bishop for 1903.. .. .. e% of se...... .... ...... .12211321! 801 3 89
Thomas Thomas .... .. .... nw%4 of ne%4.. ...... ...... .23!13121 40 3 68
i W Bishop.. .. ......* ** ** w of sw4.... .. ...... ....12313211 80 3 89
J W Bishop for 1903 .. .. .. w% of sw4 ...... ........... 2313211 80 3 89
Frank Killingsworth.. .... .. 4 acres in se cor of ne'4.... 23,13 21 4, 1 53
Anna Tabor.. .. .. .... ..5 chs sq in nw Ior of ne of !
S. i sw%' .. .... ...... ...... 231321 3 1 40
Mrs A L Martin.. .. .. ... .; w, of .w* ........ ...... 2513,21, 891 3 89
M \ Butler..... .... .... .... ..of 2-.0 c-hs s of ne cor of lot
2 .... .. ..... .. .. ...... 2 1321
thence-- w 4 chs s 5.15 chs w. i i
SI chs s 3.5 .chs e 20 chs n'
9* chs........... ......... 10 200
Richird -l oodard...... ...., n 11.,;: "hs s of ne cor of
Sn1Wiot ,f n1w4. ............ 2i 13 21
then \v 415 ft l) I'lo ft e 415
I Heirs of Charles Wright. .. ,t -x 19".44 a-reson e ends ft. 1 7S
.lit 3 .*A t' si onsw or and i
i .,.; acr.-s in nw cor ........ 26:13 21 32, 5 36
Joe Pinkney .. .. .. .. .. .59 ,hs w anu 13.12 chs i
j j s of ni cor.... .... ...... 27 13 21
Sthtience w 10.42 chs so 7.67 i i
Schs e :*.11 chs n 1t deg e
7.79 -hs.... .. ...... .... i 7.50 2 43
Delia Williams.. .. .... .. ,-om 12.54 chs w and 29.74 chs I
s of tie cor....... ........ 2713: 21, 1
thence .v 7.52 (-hs s 2.72 chs .
Se to R R n todeg e 2.22 chs i 2 2 43
A L Jones... ... ...... ..... jcorm n2.35 chs n and 5.25 chs w '
Sof ne cor of se'4 .... .. .... 2713 211 ;
i thence n 3.17 chs w 2.9) chs'
Ss 9 .lg 30 min w 3.21 chs i
S:3.41 hs .... ............! : 1 2 00
A L Jones... ... ...... ..... ,.on "22.;5 chs n of se cor of
Snei'4 . .. ....................'27 13 21
thei.-. s- w v.72 chs n 9 de 301
inn 3. .- .1I chs e S.1 hs s' :
:S.lm ch .... .... .... ...... 2.75 2 S.'
PR'tsv Bincham.. .. .. .. ...:,w, of !n'1.... .. .......... 27 13 21 44 1 t6
J WV Bishop.. ...... .. .. ...oin .94.44 it e of sw cor of sw
Sof I = .... .... .... .. 27 13 21
thence e 147.21) ft n 592 ft
147.241 ft s 592 ft.... .... .. 2 3 4s
J VT Bishop for 1903 .. .... 'con 294.44 ft e of sw cof of
qsw 4 s of ne*- .... .... .... 27 1; 21
theince e 147.20 ft n 592 ft w
147.210 ft s 532 ft....... .. .. 2 3 50
J S Livingston.... .... .... ..vo 4.5' chs 'n of se cor of
w of ne .. .. .... .......271321
thence n 6.7S chs w 8.85 chs, i I
Sis 6.78 chs e 8..85 chs ...., I 6; 2 21
WL W Martin .... ...... fractl ne, of lot 1...........28,13:21 77.57i 3 68
M a a.. .. .. .......n o)f sw'4.... .... .... .... 3113;21 S801 4 76
Mrs AM Martin.. .... ....!all of fractl.... .. ...... ... .:35|13;211 511 3 03
Abram Martin..... .. ........all of ex 25.45 chs n and s by
.. 40 chs e and w in se cor.... .3613211 449 26 88
Mrs A Martin...... co 19.68 chs w of se cor.... 13611321|
'., I a.' thence w 20.32 chs n 25.541 I
chs e 20.32 chs s 25.54 chs | [ 1 51.90 3 63
Heirs of Abram Martin..... .163 chs by 100 chs n and s on el 1
end of John Broward grants I '
ex 7 acres to J. M. Meffert! ;13'21T 623 66 93
Weatherbee and Flagg .. *.. con 6.25 chs w of a pt 4 chs I I
n of se cor lot 14 sub of J. D Ij 1 I
grant thence w parallel with: ]
Ss bdy lots 14 and 15 to R R' I |
thence n with R R to n bdy I | I
lot 15 e to pt 6.25 chs w of, i |
J C Ellis.. ..........se' of nw4% ex 7.95 chs sq in I
nw cor..................I 1 13'221 33.68 1 74
J U-West.... .. .. .. .. .. com 42o ft e of nw cor....... 1 131221
thence e 300 yds s 175 yds w; I |
3o. y:ls n 175 yds.... .... | I 10.75 1 79
I C Ellis .... .. .. .. .. .. .. o ft and w by 795 ft n and s I
in se cor of omf. of nw4i 1 13:221 17 1 49
J U West... ... ... ... ...in .2 ft s of nw cor.... ...11322!
Sthenc- s 21(0 ft e 42) ft n
2!" It w 42" ft.. .... .... 2 1 24
Robert Dennison.... .. .... .- of n .-x 4 acres in ne
S.,: . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. 3 13 2-2: 1 83
Tropical Land Co.. .. .... n,'-1 of s\ 14 .. ....... ...... 3 13 22' 4" 1 53
Unknownf.... ..... .... l 11, ;I; w bIy 7.42 chs
&. 1.' t--- .'*' 11 ,l < ii s u~ cor of swi." '
of li\ 4 .... .. ... ..... 4 1 22' 11' 1 61
J F Horner .... ... .. .. .. s of !: !d neI of e14 5.13 22 S 3 89
Ri-hard Hearst....... .. .. 14*, vis n .m1 s bhy 370 yds e
mhi Hw in nws cfor of nei4.... 5 13 22' 2 90
Richard Hearst for 1903 .. .. 140 yis it and s by 370 yds e
an'! w in ,nw 'or of nel. ....: 5 13'S? 2 90
i \ B Aycock............ u!1w44 of s".\i and w12 of se-'4 713.2'22 1201 '4 76
I Joe Pinkney........ ...... se4 of se4 .... .. .... .....' 713 22: 40 2 60
i Joe Pinkney.. .. .. .. ........ s i ,f sw.v1 ex 7,77 chs sq in [ I
w .n. .r-. ... .. ........ . S1322 351 4 19
UTnknown.... .... .... .. .. w, of nw% .... .. ........I 913:22' 40! 2 60
Unknown.... .... .... .. ... s of sw'4 of sei .... ...... 114i131221 20 1 31
A F Young.. .. .. .. .. ..... .-on! 1.16 chs s of ne cor of swi I I I
.. ..... .... .. ........ 151131221
thence n 1.16 chs e 4.13 chs 6 1 I
n 11.2S chs n 81 deg 6 min! I
Sw 17.54 chs s 10.56 chs e 3.16'
chs s 7.56 chs e 20 chs.... 23.32 3 80
Josh Evans...... .. .. .. w. of nw% ...... .......... 17113 22 80 5 05
SD W Smith........... .I S.39 chs sq in se cor of sw% i
1 { Ileg of se% ...... ...... ...... 17131221 7 1 40
Nancy Aldridge.... .. .. .. I1 acre sq in sw cor of ne 4... .181131221 1 1 10
Clay Harris.... .. .. .. .. 13.31 chs sq in ne cor of nwl I I I
-.... .. .... ...... ......|18113122 18.50I 2 90
Joseph W Smith.......... corn 13.31 chs s of ne cor of nw! I I I
% .... .. .... ...... ...... 118113 221
thence w 13.31 chs s 13.31| c
chs e 13.31 chs n 13.31 chs! I 18.50 3 50
Lena Smith............ 13.31 chs sq in se cor of nw%l18il3!22 18.50 2 90
Sofie Jackson........ .... comrn 13.31 chs w of ne cor off I | I
nw%.... ...... ..........118'131221
I \ thence w 13.31 chs s 13.31 | I
Schs e 13.31 chs n 13.31 chsl I I 18.50 3 50
E Mooney........ .... .. com 13.31 chs w and 13.31 chs! I
s of ne cor of nw%. ....118113;22
; thence w 13.31 chs s 13.311 i
i chs e 13.31 chs n 13.31 chs! 18.50 3 50
Unknown........ ........ corn 13.31 chs w of se cor of!
nw% .......... ..........118 13.22
thence n 13.31 chs w 13.311
chs s 13.31 chs e 13.31 chs..| 18.50 3 50
Unknown............... .. 13.31 chs sq in nw cor of nwl
i .... ...................118113'22 18.50 290
Eliza Smith.... ........ .. ..corn 13.31 chs s of nw cor off I I


w on w side of nw% of se%36'114120O 54 6 44
M Marteddin.... .. ..e of sw.......* ****......... 1114121( 73.52 2 66
A M AMartin............ se% ex .56 acres in sw cor. 3114121! 159 7 8s
J M Meffert ...............all of ex w% of sw?' and 59 9%
M J Townsends.. o %...o i *.... ***....... 714121 560 12 59
M J Townsend..............w;= of nw of ne%......... 19!14!911 20 1 33
J M Meffert.... ........... w% of nw% of nw%..- .... 914121 1 20 1 8
B L Haynes.. .. ........... e% of sw% and sw4 of se 4
and 6.32 chs n and a by 11.841
chs e and w in nw cor of se
Haynes of se%................ I 9114121 472 3 26
L H Hanes....... ..s.. of se%o of se% ex 6 acres I I r
Jeff Ha-nes..... In se cor"...... ****...... 9141211 13.60 2 22
Jeffe..f. .. ..f.. .... !sw%%.... .. 9114121t 20 2 29
Monroe Bros and McDonald.. com o. f 3 chs oof nw cor-of 2 29
s se of se *9... ......... 1914!21r
thence e 15 chs s 3.67 chs wi I r
15 chs n 3.67 chs .......... *** 6 1 91
(Ths A il9on ........ ...... s 1-3 of sw of SW ......... 11011421 52 4 13
W A Hinsickle.......... lot 10 blk 13 Martin.... ....110114121? 2 29
iA J effrt............lots 3 nd 4 blk 32 Martin.... 101141211 82
Anna W Templeton...SO% of 5w24 .........-..... ... 13144'21 4 6
1 Unknown ..................ne% of ne *.. .............. 134!14121 40 2 92
Henry Riley w............. of s%...............1141141211 40 3 92
Albert Jame.......... ne% of ne "........... ..... 1514121 80 31 92
Lewis Jackson... ...... of se% of nw% ex 1 acre ( j !
Innecor.............. ..11514121| 9. 1
Monroe Bros and McDonald.. sw1 of sw4 of nw% ....... 15 11421 1 1
Unknown.........15 acres sq in se cor of ne% 1
Irvneofse .... .......*.........1514 21r 15 1 88
A Irvine-........ne% ofnw%.**8........ .1611: 211 40 1 5
Munroe Bros and McDonald.. se% of % sw....... ... 1 2( 40 2 "
sley Kinsler .... ...... ne% of se'" .....**....... 4!21 f 40 2 17
Rachel Kinslet. .. .. ... nw% of ne% and ne% of nw% 19114211 80 4 76
R Kinsler..................nw% of ne% and ne% of nw l20 14|21 0 8 13
Munroe Bros and McDonald.. swA of nw3A and awX of a
uBnknown .... .... ********* ...14211 8( 4 1
Bn y*..... .....e ofnw .... .. ......... 204121 40 92
Unknown.........*..*.*..... 6% of sw ***....*.............2114211(39
Munroe Bros and McDonald.. e% ofse........... .4. 5
Jane Blackshare.. . .... se% of nw ..........."... 1 21 0 2
John McIntosh...........* WOf nkOfs ms e%. 4O ... 1 01
Mrs E L .nowden.. ...... nw% of ne%................4 2.
Morris Burney ......... .... co l04 ft eofrnweeart o ne
thence e S376ft a 0 eft w 37
ft a 20 ela........ .. 11 2 23
Mrs M E Nix.... .......... coma 8 s yda of ;4 1w8
.of. e%.... .... .... *..... 4 21
thence a 140 y7e w 140
S7 0 yda e 4 yI eas 1W
rs Lto P&b..-......
M rs L B ar st.. .a or :. ..... .. : .: :.. .22
Davis Murrel .... % of e%............4
Unknown ........ *. ...... ne%4 of sw .... .,. :- 4 n22


OWNEM D 5CRIPTION OP LAND ; Acre ; I ,


Unknown ............ ... .w% of sw% ...... .... .....1331221 a -1
George Kennedy.. .. .. .. .. n% of nw% of ne%.. ...... 135113122 10 1 53
J M Priest.. .. .. .. .. .... as of nw% of ne%.... .... 35131221 30 1 i
Phillip James .... .. .... w% of nw% ex 2 acres in swl |I I
cor.... .. .. .............. S13S 21 78 5 92
Phillip Johns .... .. .. .... ne% of sw% and n 3-8 of nw I |
% of sw% .... ........ .. 35!131221 55 3 n1
Unknown.... ........ ... .w% of Dnw%......... ....W .Z 3I32231 80 2 IT
DW Hooker.. ...... ...... se% of sw% ex 10 acres to ca-I I I
nal...... ...... .... .... 4X13-231 30 1 31
J I Taylor ... ... ....... Isw% of se% .... .. ...... .... 4131231 40 I 1
J A Alexander............ lot 19.... .. .. ............ 61323r 40 1 5
M M Grantham-. .. .. .... lot 22........ ........ ......( 61323 40 3 35
H T Wartmann.. .. .. .... !222 yds e and w by 175 yds n;
I and s in ne cor lot 23...... 61323 8 2 04
Dr E C Harrison.. .. .......ilot 24 ex 7 chs sq in nw cor.. 6 13 23 35 3 51
I. J Hall.. .. .... ...... lot 15.... ............ .... .. 71323. 40 1 1
W\ W Waldron... ...... ... lot 26.... .............. ...j 713 23' 40 1 92
J T Hall...... ............ lot 27............ ..........i 7'1323 401 1
Mrs A F F Hall.. ........ lot 28 ........ .... .......... 713 3 40 1
L J Hall... ....... ... ..... .sek of swv% and sw,4 of se%' 1323: 50! 2 6
P" Lang and Son. ...... ..... ne; of nmx4 and nw% of se\4 9 13 23r 80 3 0o
Henning L and I Co.... ... .. n2' of s%............ .... 101323 40 1 1
nknown........ .... .... ise of n 14 and ne% of sw% 10) 13 23 s; 2 -
M s H E McConn.. .... .. corn 12.50 chs e of nw cor of '
swL of nel4.. .... ........ 16 13 231
thence e 10 chs s 12 chs w
-i B ton 1,P chs n 12 chs .... ....... 2
A l i E a r l t o n . . .. . *f. . .f ..-1 7 12- 2 3 4 0 2 g
.. W Wal.lron f s ... .. .... ..13 401 1 3
Ali Brown.. .. .. .. .. .. !lots 4 25 2 27 ex 2 acres 4 1 3
j ath- ws ........-... .......... 1 13 23 151 3 51
B Marth..ws................-1,4 of nw-4................'00,1323! 40 1 55
L B Marsh..... -... ... .....~sw% of ne% and se% of nw%1'32'13'23r 80 2 29
Henning L and I Co....... .-1 )f ex nw% of se'4..... ..i 11324, 600 7 80
Henning L and I C o....... all of 31.
le'nn an .. .. ...... ... l ... .. .......... ...... 13 24 6401 5 9
Unknowvn................jiot I ...................... 4 13241 40! 1 3S
S1 M ............... .......... ...........41324 671 3 21
SH Hege... ... ...... of nre of sei ex 1 acrei 160 3
. . .: sw :cor.... ...... ....... 13:,94 191 1 49
nknown.... .... .... .. .. of ................. 13:241 240! 4
.nknown....h.......... .. lots 9 and 14 ..............91324 5 29
Sarah N Bradley... ......... 'e. of ne'% of nw% of nw -.l 941324 1 74
T Pasteur ... ... .........lot 10 ex 2 acres to church..' 913 24' 16 1 34
Thos E Pasteur... ... ... ... 22,, 0 yds n of sw cor lot 10 9 1324' 6
thence n 54.45 ft e 7 deg 15
m niin w 431 ft n 29 ft e 8 ft to! i I I
Sce-nter of Eureka Creekl i :
Smith Creek to center of lot i i
I10 w to Po b ...... 21 7 46
tf- *ning T and I Co ....... .. e ofw.... 24 40 21 19
I- inning 1. and I Co... ... ... sill of n... .............. 1 24 40 1 19
.-ninf 1 .and Co..-... ... .........II'Ma640 5 96
/.l-iing L alnd I Co......... .;rie of s4 and se4 of ne% ..!1313 24 200: 2 29
V T Mullen.-. .......... lot 10.............. ...... 1613i24' 40 1 92
Ed Hicks .................. SW 1of e: ex 2 acres to 6 13 24
M1 L Ricardson..fchurcho................. ....17-1324' 2S, 2 59
MlRiehnrd.on................. f of re............'1v13:242 20 1555
%Z T ullen ..Ie of se', and n',A of sel% of !
e4 ..........11324 60 2 6
U'nknown.... .... .... ...'lot 9 .... ....................171324 60 21 38
Henning L and I Co... .. ll of. **** **** ......... 221324 50 1 38
Henning L and I Co... . .. of.* *.......- ** -- ......... --------- 231324 640 5 96
Henning L and I Co... .... .all of ..... .. ..........125113'24r 640 5 96
S i L.... .... .... .... .- ...... .............. 2713!24 160 1 92
'nk Milligan............. ........ wv of ne%4 and se% of nw4!29113241 120 4 13
nwd sof s8 % and ne %of sw% { I
Unknown .... ........ .. ..and s% of swy .......... 301 131245 1160 4 43
Unknown................. sw% of nw% and w% of sw%132!13241 120 3 21
Unknownai. .... ... .. .. e 1 of e .. .... ....
Henning L and I Co... .-.. .. ell of e% -...................1341324t 160 4 13
RRReed................all of.......... ........ 35131241 640 5 96
R Reed.... .... .... .... 17.5f0 chs e and w by 10 chs n! I I
and s In sw% cor of nw% of I i r
Henning L and I Co......... all of. ..................... 7 1325 7.51 1 42
J a .... ... ... .. of ... ...- -- ** ...... .... 71V'25 1 40 5 92
S Lew...is .... ......... .ot 1 blk 10 Kerr City .. ....110113125 4 70 8
TN Lewis 1..- .. _.. ....... .lots 14 and 15 blk 11 Kerr City'1013125 2 59
NH Lewis- for .. ..... .. ots 14 and 15 blk 11 Kerr City 10 13!25, 2 59
0 H Hammond .... ........lots 29 30 blk 13 Kerr City.. .10 13125 94
has A King.............. .lot ....... .............131325 13 1 942
Chase A Kingd ... ... .. ... b5 k 7 8 City..... -111325; 2 l 7
A M Harvey ........ .... .. Jlot *................- -........11131 25 13 19
Henning Land I Co.... ..... lot ...... .... ... ...'. 1713125I 40 1 19
-1t 2 Z 3 4 5 6 10 11 12 13 14 15' I I
Unknown........ .... .. .. .... .................. 19 13125! 480 8 19
riw il Lewis.... .... lots 12 13 14 and s of lot 15 20 13'25 140 3 32
Dnwailn.... .... .... ..1. -e of lot 5................ 12213 25' 82
D Falana.................. 16 chsq e and w by 6.32 chsi
ha alkins.. .. ........n and s in sw or lot 10..,26 13-25 2 ; 94
,ha Falkins................ lots 6 11 12 ex ei of ne lot:
S nn and Henry.. .. .. 1 blk 7 Michigan City.... :26'1325 1 79
Sn..............h. s st in nw cor lot 13.. 271325 5 1 01
T.'nnwn.................. s. -...... ..2132. 16 I 4 13
JV e Tdwnsds.......... .......w f n- ................3. .34 13 25" 4) 1 19
d Fnkn nth.... .... .... ... of o of e... .......35 l13 25 20 1 38
TV nkn" Townsend..... ........ .... f *e, o f swx! of nw'.. 38' 13 25 6 5 1 82
Polk own. .. .... .. ... .of n x. W ..... .... ..3 1325 40' 1 19
Snknown.... .... .... ..... .. .... *--- .. .... 14132' 120 3 21
T nk n r.on....... .. ... . .... .. ........ 1 13 26 183 4 1 3
Smart Edwrds.. .. .. .... a-. s, nm sw or........ 1 14 19 8 2 1 10
S o .. .. .... .. f ne. of n .... -...... 31419' 20 1 74
S wrorks.. .. .. ..... .of ----.... -... .......12 1419' 80 5 62
JeH Hornet................ 3hs n and on n side of se
Jane Edwards. ... of n.w-. of.. of 2 ......1214219 161 2 90
nmo W a.. .. .. .. .. of n of sw of w .. 12 1419 10 1 31
lknowna ... . ..of ne.l ... ....'... 1419' 40 2 60
Polk an Mar..son........ .... .s, of ne.. ...........- .......1514 19 80' 3 39
Pn rron.. ........ .. .. of se%.. ..... .........115 14'19 40 1 31
SE hirooI.............. o e.................1514:19 801 2 29
Jo.eph ..hishoim............n of ne14 of nw.'24'14'19! 0
Pollyi Taylor...............n of ne ................1'14 19 90! 2 60
am Roberts..n.. .......... o ... .. .... ...... 41420 80 4
*George Roberts** **..........* 6.16 chs n and s by 6.32 chs. !! r
e and w in nw cor of se% ..I 414!201 2! 1 40
A J Edward. ......... ..... sw. of nw..... ........14'11 40 1 531
Milo Williams ............. s 1hof nex of sw1%.........I S!141201 20! 1 53
Thmilo William ............. of se%.................I 8114 20' 80 5 62
Thomas Johnson f............ s of ne, of nw2 ..........-.. 914120 40. 3 03

Unknown J f of 4 of n' ............- 9'14-9 20l 40 3 03
n acres in se cor of sw4 ofj O j
E W. Robert. n 9142 51 13
EannWh Robert-* ** ***-e............. "..................I 9'14'20f 40 2 89
Hannah Homer. ......... w of nw%*. .... ........!.1014120! 81 4 76
s Bnknown...................* of e',% of neY..........113114!20f 60 3 03

te ._ ......... ........ 141141201 60 2 a.
Arthur Kincaa ........... nw% of nw%...............11614120T 40 2 60
A J Smith ews... ....... ne% ofnw .............122114120! 40 2 17
Ars mE Rot ...............se of n%*.._ ..............122114120! 40 2 17
S E Rss...... ...... of nw 4 and nw% of swv%25!1420!f 120 3 68
W B Edwards .............. w% of sel and e-of sw%.-12511420! 159 91
MrA M E Rohso............. nw% of nw% and s. of se%1261141201 120 42
Anearon thilsom ............ nw of nw%.... .... ......132114!20t 401 $ 1
harrett Butler ........... .sw% of s%* *...............132114'20 40 2 65
Ths Edwards .............. n 5-8 of se% of sw%.........132114120! 25 2 17
Mr Jessie Hall .......... Ilot 4 sub of s of s........1.3314!201 2 1 53
G H Spalding......... .... nel4 of swl4 and 7 chs e and! I f
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i..... .. ....... ....e% of ne%.. ............... .9422
S.. .. -...... gu .... .... ....... ...... 4 221
l .... ...... e ae of iw%.... .... ....... 41
S itoftr mo9 o........ e ot f tsw............... ,
-,IAlm.l.............. 4 o 0 60 0e%0.... .......... 121 4
rn Sae.......... seo% of .e%................. 114-tm
jmesi.... .... ...... %vof e% of e% ex 7 acres.. 4 22
Webboo.... .. .... 2 acresM in no cor of sw% of n!D
%.. ....................... ..2211
m Peso........ .... e% of se% of nw%........2.. 1141221
.... .... ...... sa of se% e acres on e id 22114=
. ... ... ...... 4 2-3 chs e and w by 10 e Chs
and s in nw car of nei% l I
ne%..................1211412214
'aj Johnsma and Co.. sw% of nw%.............. 2914122M
... ... ... ... .. ne% of ne% of ne%.. .... .. 4 22
.... ....0..... w% of sw% of nw% ...... 14221
.. ... ... ... .. w n of aw%....sw. ........ S33l1141
... ... .... ..... e% of w e .............S114 =
9.... .... .... ..% oo% tse% n a %t ofw atnw%..
Ig5.*..... .. ...... lot 2 sub of nw% of se%.... I4 42
..... ..* ... ... ..lot 3 sub ofaw% at se....4 1 2
.^*... ... a ... n% of nw% of ase.... ...... M4 22
m l 0..0..... % f se %.... .... ......
a.. .. ---.. ...... lot 2i.... .... .... .......... *s
S... ... ... ... sn eof 4.... .. .... ..... 1
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r a-d % m% e atetli0 I
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M J K Steart .......... % of w%.. .... ....... 271421
Davis Murren.. .. .. .. .... se% of e%................ 27114121l
Jameo Brown.... .......... n% of anw% of ne%.... .... 281421
R 8 Eteue...... ....... w% of sw%.... .... ..... .281421
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. sw% of nw% of ne%........ 2814i21
MrsJ Steuart.. .. .. .. .. se% of se%.... ............ 2814211
James McCrae .... ........ n% of ne% and ne% of nw% 291141211
John Wesley Jr...... ...... e% of se%'.... ...... ...... 291141211
SCarstine.... .... ..........ne% of ne%.................. 30114121
Mrs J Stafford.. .... s% ofn% and sw% and n% of I
a%1.. ...... .. ..........321421
Dora Daniels............ .. ne% of sw%..... .... .. .... 33114 211
Unknown.... .... .... .... ne% of se%................ 33114 211
W M Lver Sr............. nw% of ne%.... .... ....... 314121r
J K Steuart.... .. .. .. .... w% of nw%............ .. 34141211
J A Waters..... .... ........ ne% of nw%......... ........5141211
Sarah Bowman.. ........... 6.32 chs aq in ne eor of nw%I J I I
of sw%..... .. .... ........ 36114211
George Washington.. .. .... 170 yd n and by 140 yds el I I
and w in se cor of ne% ofl I I
sw%..... .. ....... ...... 36114 21
Lucinda Richardson.... .... 4.47 chs sq in sw cor of nw I I
of sw%.... .... ........ 3614211
0 C James......... .... .... se% of sw%.... ........ .. 3614121
R L James..... .... .. ..... nw% of se% ex 2 acres in nel |
cor.... .. .... ........... 3114121(1
HM Sherouse ........ ...... s% of se %ofne%.... ....... .. 2114221
Lo3ato L Russell.. .. ...... ne% of nw% ex 5 acres...... 21141221
M Weatherley.. .. .... .... nw% of nw%....... .... ....| 21141221
J A Brown....... .... ...... 11 chs n and s on n side of nw I | i
% of sw%.... .... ...... 2114T221
J C Howell.. .... .... ...... n% of se% of sw% and s% of! | 1 1
I ne% of sw%...... .. ........ 2114122!
Mrs EK Sherouse..... ...... se% of nw% of se%.... ....; 214i221
Unkn.i ............. .... Ne 'of nw% of se% ........ 214122I
Mrs alie Ellison.. .. .. ...7.50 chs n and s by 5 chs e! I
I and w in sw cor..... ...... 41 41221
A Breman..... .... ..... ..om 40 rds w of ne cor of swt I
% .... .... .... .... ....I 4'14i22,
thence s 462% ft w 660 ft s, I I
660 ft e 660 ft n 3551%o ft e toi I I
R R n with R R to % mile |
line w to p o b.... ........ i
C W Smith... ..... ... corn at int see of w line of 3rd I
street Anthony with s line
of se% .... .... .... ....... 4:1422
thence n to n tine of said
se'4 w to e line of R R se
t ."\ with R R to bdy e to p o b
S % \jl Smith.... .... .... .... s.1 of sw% of nwl/ and nw'
S4 of sw%4 of nw' ..... --.- 5 14122
A .~efar.... .. .. .. .. ... .6 chs e and w by 10 chs n and !
s in se cor..... .... ...... 5 14 22
Urbthown.... ........ .. .. 4 acres on w side of seY4 of se
,. of sei4........ ........ 5'14122'
J A Day.... .. ...... ...... sw,4 of se% of se4.... ....- 5141221
R G Neal.... ....... ..... vw'4 of nw%-.............. 6:14;221
1L Green. ... ... ... ... ... nl,4 of ne'/ of sw% and nw%4 I I1
of nw% of se........ ....- 6 14'22!
B R Stripling.... .. .... ..se'4 of nee% of sw% and sw'4 1 1 i
of nw% of se-%.. .. .. .. 614 221
Day and Goodwin...... .. sei of sw% of nw% of sw'% I
of se%.. .......... ...... 614:221
Mrs Sallie Ellison..... .... .. gsw4 of ne% and 30 rds e and! I I
w on w side of se% of ne%! I | 1
r_ Kand 37.88 rds n and s by I I
29.50 rds e and w in ne cor! I j I
of ne% and all of e% of swl I I I
,4 w of branch .... ......I 71141221
Unknown.... .... .... .. .. s% o se% of nw%.. .. ......I 7114!221
J D Baskln.... .... .... .. ne% of se%.... .... .... ....- 7141221
G Priest..... .... ..... ..... sw % of se % of se%.... .... 7!141221
Mrs Salie EIlUsn.. .... .... w%_ of nw%4.... .... ........ 8;14122T
SL Howell...... .... ...... nw% of sw% and ne% of se%! 8!14:221
Mrs Kate Meadows..... .. ... com 4.50f chs w of n;e cor of sw! I I
j4 of se -.. ...... .... .....! 8- 1422j
thence w 4.50 chs s 12.88 chal I I
:e 4C ('-s ,n 12.F8 chs.... ..| I I I
N P Preseton.... .... .... .. i2-. of ,wU1 of nw% of nw%l 9i14:221
Eleanor Williams.... .... .. .corn 0o yds s and 70 yds e of I 1
nw cor of nwi% of ne% .....I 9114122!
thence s 35 yda e 35 yds n 35 I I
yda w 35 ydse.... ........ I I I
Mr salme Eliet. .... ....... cor 45 ft s and 21 lft of e I I
cor of se% of nw%...... 9114 221
thence w 420 fta 219 ft 4201 I I
ft n 210 ft.... ............ I
M& D Brown........ ...... corn 20 ft w and 30 ft a of ne!
cor of sw%.... .... ...... 91422'
thence w 220 ft a 392% ft el
220 ft n 390% ft........
B Clark................ n %of ne% of sw yof se% exi
1 acre....... .... .... ......I 9 14 22
John Odom.... .... .... .. com 56 yds s of ne cor of sw%!
of se'..................I 11422'
thence w 112 yds s 112 yds!
e 112 yds n 112 yds.. .... I
L Racket.... .... .... .. com at int sec of Oakland av-
i enue and 3rd street Anthony '
thence w 300 ft n 290 ft e 3001
Sft s 290 ft............... 914 22
SSmith.. ... .. ...... com 18 rds and 11 lks nr and
(..78 rds w of se cor of neW
of nwt .... .... .... ...... 14 2
thence w 33.22 rds n 26 rds.
e 33.22 rds s 26 rds.......
J T Turner.. .... .... ...... 140 yds n and s by 70 yds e:
.and w in ne cor of se4 .. .. 14 22
J Conne... ... ... .....3 acres in sw cor of ne% of
IIse .... .. .... .... ......; 91,22,
Mu X M Smith... ... ... .. lots 56 57 58 Swain's plat An-
jthony.... ... ...........
J D Bamin... ... ... .......!out lot 8 e 493 ft e and w on'
wend Swain's plat Antnonyj
I t Strpling.............. out lot 10 Swain's plat An- 1
I thonyo.... .... .... .... ..11
S IGaroden... ... ... ... .... lots 99 to 103 inc Brokaw ad
1 Anthony.... .... .... ....
SiP Im b.... ....I .... ....bd on e by 3rd street s by
I r Oakland street w by 2nd. 11
street a by section line Bro-
1PW i ........... kaws adt Anthony.... .... !i i
S __er ore.. .... .... 8 o....s% of aw of neo.... .....0l14221
CA Priet........ .... .... n% of se% of uw%.... ....I1014221
SJCHOwell... ... ... ..4 ebssf and w by 10 ebsn andllI
s in se cor of sw% of nw4't I I
and s% of se% of nw%.. 10l14 22J
.eirs of Mrs M P Conne. .. ne% of sw .... .... ..... .'10114I22
? J itner .. .. ..... ... n% of se%... .... .... .... !!14221
I . ......... ... ... ie of w% ow f se% of se%....1101422|
I Il l.... .... ....... ne% of sw% ex 10 acres in sef I
cor.... .... .... ........1314 22
Ii* ............. n% of se% of ne%........ .11414 22
R'WI A McGrefor.. .. .. e% of nw% of sw% of nw% I II
L- and s% of se% of sw%.... 141141221
Pratt.... ... ..*.. .*w% of n% of sw% of nw%.. 14I14f22
** ** ****** % of sw% of ee%.... .... 141422
.......... .... .... % of swO f e% of nw%..114H41z22
3mith****k.... *.. .*.. *e5-8ofn%ofnw% ex7 acres
i In ne cor and ex 4 acres iu n
^ .se cor.... .... .... ......1 1514S22
IColbert .... .... ...... se% ofne% taw% ex 4 acres1514

eox acres.. .... ...... ...1514S22
A PUlat...... .... .... .. w% of ue%.... .... ...... l14 122
*.... .... ... ..... lot 3 Alerman sub sece 17 and 18 12S
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I 29 Gibson and Quarles. ....... a% of lot 14..... .... ...... 1131141231
I 29 IDH Hull....... .... .... .... nw% of nw%..... .... ...... 1181141231
1 63 Unknown.... .... .... .....n% of asw%.... ...... ....... 181141231
S03 JD Bassett.... .... .. ..... .n% of nw% .... .... .... .. 20141231
31 Hullom Jones........ ...... s% of nw%4 and s%........ 1201141231
L 53 Unknown..... .... .... ..... se%... ..................121J14-231
1 7 Gibson and Quarles .. .. .. n% of lot 12 and s% lots 13 i |I
B 89 j and 14...... ........ .... 241141231
9 D Mclauren.... .... ....... 11 2-3 acres on 8% of lot 8..1251141231
D McLauren.... .... ... s% lot 11 ex 2 acres on nw corl25i14'23,
I7 Barn Bros.... ........ .... Lots 2 and 3 blk 2 sub of e%t301141231
t 17 Jacob Fennell. ..... ... .... lots 31 and 32 Custer's ad to I I I
I oi Silver Springs.... .... .... 31141231
S21 Unknown..... .... .... .....'lot 3 blk 5 Paradise........32141231
i 05 Unknown .... ........ ..... ne% o w% of nw% and se%I I
Lt66 1 of nw% and w% of se%..1 33141231
J W Eagan.... .. .. .. .. .. w% of sw% of sw%.... .... 34 14 23.
38 Mrs J T Shamrock.... ...... lot 2 Grahamville secs 35 and361141231
GW Mills.... ... ... .......'lot 31 and w% lot 32 Graham- I
ville sees 35 and..... ...... 36141231
1 E L Hagard......... ... .w% of sw%.... .... .... .... 114241
Unknown.... .... .... ..... lots 10 17..... .... .. ........ 414 241
88 A D Baldwin........ ...... 1 acre sq In se cor lot 2...... 7141241
29 Unknown.... .... .... ..... n% of ne% and e% of se%.. 11141241
Benton Bradshaw and Co .... sw% of sw%.... .... ...... 15l14i241
85 H Hutchens......... .... .. nw% of sw% of ne%..... .. 1614i241
01 Unknown..... .... .... .....In% of ne%..... .... ........ 161141241
92 E E Perkins..... .... .... .. s% lot 15..... .... .... ...... 181141241
92 D McLaurin.. .. .. .. ...... ne% of nw% and 3 acres in sw I 1 I
22 Mills and Quarles.......... cor of nw% of ne%4.... .... 191141241
22 Mills and Quarles.... .... ..!w% of nw%........ .... ......191141241
Heirs of R R Bridges..... .. nw%4...... ...... ...... ...:20114:24i
85 Miss L B S Randall.. .. .... w% of ne% and sw% and e%| | I I
01 of se%....... .... .... ....1211141241
01 J A Lincoln.... .. ...... .. lot 15 sub of lot 22 sub of swl I 1 I
24 of .e%4.. ...... ........ 12214241
43 Unknown.... .... .... ......se'......... ... ...........1261141241
P T Randall... ... ... ... e/. of se% and sw% of sw%4|2 14124j1
Geo H Killing..... .... .... lots 31 and 32 sub of nw%4... .28i141241
J L Biodgett.... .... .......nw% of ne4..... .... ...... ;31141241
Fleming and Fleming.... .... e12 of nw4%... ... ........ 31514.241
Miss L B S Randall.. .. .... ne,4 and se% of sw% and net j
63 i of se'4... ... ... ......32!14!245
R S Hall. ..... ... ... ..... :w of se%4 and se%. of se%..'32,141241
Unknown.... .... .... ..... se% of sw% and nw41 of se% i3514 24i
Unknown.... .... .... .....ne ... ... ... .. ..... .....136!14'24!
Unknown.... .... .... .....i;s of s'... ... ... .......I 314;25i
"Unknownd.... .... .... ...... nl of sw% and s of s% ex i I
95 10 acres.... .. ...... ..... 4;141251
William A Cole.... .... .... lots 13 and 14 sub of ne'4 of I I t
85 I se4...... ... ... ... .....1 7 141251
J Lincoln.... .... .... .... lot I sub of sw%4 of sw%.... 115 14!25!
12 Unknown..... .... .... ..... se1 of ne4a and neb4 of sw% I I I
I and wS of sw .. .. .. .. 25 14'25!
12 T Thomas... ... ... ....... fract.....................i 2:141261
82 T Thomas.... .... .. ...... nL of ne4 and 7-10 of se4 of! I
39 ne.t of nw/4... ..... .. 1114241
F Thomas .... ... ......... fractl n'% ex 30 acres on si I
26 side.... ............... 12 14261
A K and W C McGaskell.. n.'4 of sw% and lot 3 ex 16 I
59 acres on s side.. .. .... .. 12 14:26!
R M Long... ... ......... se4% of se%... ........... 224116
69 James Rodgers...... .... of sw%... ... .... .......23:14'261
Dillon Long ...... ... ..... 13.68 chs n and s on s side ofI I
ne% of sw%4.... .... .... 26!14 26i
R M Long.... .... .... .... 90 yds e and w by 140 yds ni I
.,_ ^ and s in nw cor of ne% of I I
sw%4... ............ ....261141261
98 Joseph Stenedle........ .... lots 9 and 10 blk 94 Grant) I I
55 Park sees 7 and.... ......1181151181
39 Ed Sandford.... lots 1 to 20 inc blk 132 Grant I I I
01 Park sees 7 and..... .... .. 181151181
68 C H Hargraves.......... .. s %of sw%4 of nwa........ 10115118!
05 Unknown......... .... .....nw% of sw%..... .... ......1131151181
Unknown.... .... .... ..... w% of se%. ... .. .... .....113115618
Unknown.... .... .... ..... ne of se%. ................14151181
W Zetrouer.. .. .. .. .. .... nw% of ne%4 and ne% of nw'4!15115181
72 A R Starling.. .. .. .. .... sw% of ne%' and se% of nw%151151181
92 Unknown.... .... .... ..... w% of sw4. ..... ......115115118
William Chancellor trustee nw4... ... .... ... ....117115118
C H Hargraves..... .... ....ne%... ... ... ... ........1211511891
C H Hargraves. ............sw% of ne% ............. 124115118
58 Timothy Peterson... ... .... sw'4 of ne'4 and nw4A of se% 301151181
Heirs of S A Register.. ....e4 of set% ... ... ... .......1301151181
W I Hobb. ................ sw% of nw%4 and nw% of sw%!31!15118j.
Abbie R Dodge.. .... ...... lots 20 21 blk 50 Parkereburg1 f
49 sees 32 and...... .... .... 33115:IS|
F T Cullens.... .... ........ lot 24 bik 50 Parkersburg sees' I I I
3 2 and.... .. .. .. ...... 1 !33.15
Abbie R Dodge.... .... ....jlot blk 5S Parkersburg sees
49 :' and........ .. ......... 3S15.18
S M Davs.... .... .... .... ots 2. 24 blk 41 and lots 23 :
49 ';.i 24 b!k 52 jnd lots 13 and
414 biW .1 aid lots 2? and 23
_K rit and !ot 16 bik 17 and
16; : 1' 1" 20 bk S PC
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Abbie R Dodige.. .... ........ts 1 19 2' 23 sub cf .-.. 331.' I
s M Davis Co...... ......... .f :i'4 ne- --.. ...- -....- 3.. 15 IS
SM Davis Co... ... ... ...... .2 f .1 > s.. tf f
5 ; n ; f s "4 .... ..... 3 1 is
Eva^ ns B2r,>k ... .. -... . ... .... .. .. 'ft r f -
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1 i .**< i- s :!04 ft *v -, ,,,
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S F Mills... .........-......- 4 t f -' n s 1 of <4 e7:
j1 ti.-' s in ne 7r .. ... . .1 1 :+-
William Smith... ... ....... 3 .>o : e adI '.v .by 2 .r.., ,
I ,-, s i nuv :. or of ne- .4 '* --
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Hen:y Dupree.. ...... ...... lot I blk 3 Rom-o.... ......' 1.
Levi McCreary... ... ....... lt 2 bik 3 Form,-.. .. .... -t 15 19'
L T Hendricks.... .. ...... corn at sw -cor of lot 2 blk 4
Romeo.... .... .. ........ 6 15 19;
thence s 27. ft e 95 ft n 27 '
t -, ft w 95 ft.... .... ......-' '
Millard Powell............ lot 3 blk 9 Romeo..... .... ..I 6,15191
Unknown .................. w., of sw9 ex nf of lot 21 !,
blk 1 and lots 1 2 3 4 blk 31;
and lots 1 2 3 4 of blk 4 and i i
lot 4 blk 6 and lot 1 w% off I
lot 2 blk 8 and lot 3 blk 9'! I 1
and 50 ft e and w on w side' I I
of nw% of sw% and 4 acres to t
Rothwell.... .... .... .... i 61151191
R D Murray...... ... ..... ne %fnw%..............! 71151191
C H Hargraves ... ... ..... nw%............ ........1111151191
C H Hargravem. ..... .....se% of ne%.. ...... ........12115119
Unknown.... .... ......... ne% of se%.......... .....121151191
Unknown ............. ..* n% of sw% ......... .....1141151191
J V Robertaeu... ... ... **. sw% of se%.... .... ...... 18151191
IsaAe Balles. ..... ... .... nw% of nw% of nw%.. ..,.121115191
Mrs Bertfha Gd...... ... .. sw% of nw% of nw%...... 2151191
C H argrmvew... ... ..... w% of sw%................ 2315191
C Sheafts... ... *........... e% of ne% of ne%.... .... ..24115191
Unknown.............. ..... s% of w% of e% and s% O I I
sw%... ... ... ..... ....124115119!
Johnson and Key......... ..e% of e%...... ............ 26159!
Dutton Pbo ate Co... .... sw% and w% of se%.... ..1261151191
John B Gloover... .. ...... se% ............ ..........130115119
John B Peyto... ... .....nw% of sw%.... .... ...... 311156190
G A Nash......... ......... sw% of ne% and w% of se% 4$2151191
H M Hampto. ............ e% of nw% and sw%........321151191
George Carter. ............ sw% of ne% ex 5 acres in LI
1 or.... .. .... ...... .... 361151191
C A Carter ... ........... nw% of se%.............. 86115119
Charles Chaimber........... sw% of ne%.. .. ....... ... 11151201
Henrietta Miller... ... ......ne %of sw% and se% of nw%4 21151201
MarIon Phosphate Co... .... e% of e4 of ne%.. .... .... 71151201
Unknown........ .... .......nw% of sw%............... 81151201
Milton SuDivan... .......... s% of w% of se% of sw%..I 81151201
Mrs W W Ltadmy... ... ...tne% of se%.... .... ........ 8115120I
Clark ay Johnson Co.. ....je% of nwi..... .... ........ 91151201
Unknown........ ..... w% of sw'4 and se% of sw% 9115120
Rias Roberson... ... ... ....*se% of sel ................1 9115120!
J S Mann...... ... ... .....sw% of sw..... ...1.....-... 151201.
Wille Sullivan... ... .....*140 yds sq in nw cor of e% 10115201
Rias Robermo.... ... .....j140 yds e and w by 175 yd n I
Sand s in se cor.... .... .... 1015 20
Abble Roberson... .... .... Inw%...... .... ...... ...... 12il5 20
Clark Ray JohaMn Co.. .... ne% of sw% and n %of sw%
i t I **' of ww%...... .... .... .. 1581201
Martha Smith... ...... ... se% of nw% of ne%.. ...... 16201
PerneD B iackn .. .. .. *.se% of se%... ..... ..... 17516S8
Martha Smith... ... ........ ae% of nw% of ne%.... ....181
James Talor.... ... ....... 11 chs n and a bys c e nd I
5; .-v w in nw wr of ae% T O nw% 11 o20
Z Shet.. ...... .. .... *nw% of netw%.... .. ....... 91120
John Graham. ..... ... ..... 70 yds and w em ed l I I
S w% f e ne%...._.. .....
'W Hood... ** *** *** ** nw% t ame% x a17 crese **
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ot se% anda% %I a% of t
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c s.... .. .... ............ I 4 1 14
David Simonton. ........... w% lot 2 blk 11 Munden's sub 711512 .6 118
Josephine HickS... ... ....lot 3 blk 10 Munden's sub.. 7115122 1 11
Fannie Rbins...* *** **.. lots and 7 Wallace sub.... 7115!22M 8 ,
Liberia Willams. ........ ..lot .... .......... .... 715221 181
R B Stembererr..... .... .. com 1352 ft n of a pt 1579 f I
e of sw -cor .... .. ......... 81151221
thence n 106 ft*e 106 ft s 1051 I I
ft w 106 ft.. .. .. .. ...... I48I
William Cook... ........sw% of nw%4.... .. ........ 912 41 13i
R Y Lanier agent ..........ne% of sw% and s% of sw% Id
CM Livingston....... ........ .20 cs n and s by 6.60 ch I I

e and w in sw cor...... .. 915122 4 1 4
Josephine Berry.. .. .. ....ne% of ne%..... .. .... .... 101151221 4 2 17
M J Carpenter. ...........Inw% of sw%.............. 101221 40 ee
Caroline Shafer..... ....... e% of se% of se% of sw%..0 1015!22 1 1
Thomas Shafer............e% of of seofsof sw%..1 15i22 5 26
Unknown.... ......... ...*..e% of nw% ex 2% acres In1
SI ne cor.... .. ...... ......6111 77. 56
Thomas Clayton for 1908 .... se% f Bnw%.... .... ......15221 4 20
C J Parker.... .... ........ n% of ne% of ww% ex 6 acres
in se cor.... .... .... .... 1 I 04
H Hardy. ... ..... ... ... lot 4 sub of nw% .... .... .. 4 8
Charles Dalton... ......... lots 19 22 sob of nw%.... .. 14 j2 10 1 31
Anna Coleman. ... ... ...... lots 28 24 sub of nw'%...... 1 11 1821
Fred Whittler.... .... ...... corn 31.1 w sand 0 ft a e i
cor of ne%.... .... ...... 6 5
thence w 4. e lt a 15.45
e 4.60 cs is 0 I4 A s.... .. 4
P H Nugent. ..... ...... .. con 18.08 e w a t J t
st se eeW W s .......... I
sSU.32 330 el ..... e 3
Mrs & LP ie... .. ......... et amw%I am "| C
e R .-GOa ma"m gr3JW
e* 15.6ai W Wsr W....*
William 7T1M... .... 0 0S 1

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Mrs S M Weathers.... .... nw%4 of ne% ex se% of nw% I 1
Iof ne%.... .... .... ...... 275120 1 1 I
Austin Robinson.. .. .. .... se'4 of nw% of ne%...... 27 15 20 10 l
Mrs S M Weathers.... .. ... ne% of nw% and wi of nw%s e8
; ex lots 4 and 5 blk 1 York 27,15 20 11 5
S M Weathers... ... ........ ;w% of se% ex lot blk 35 York 27il5 20 70 38
Nora Anderson... ... ... ... n% of se% of se%.. ....... 28,151 20 1 I<
Nora Anderson for 190$ .. .. n% of se% of se%.... ......28'15,20 SO 1
Lowell Syndicate. ..... ....:ne% and n% of nw% and se% -
of nw% and ne% of sw% i
and n% of seA.... .... ...3215. 0 4400 21
William Cuthill.... ........;se% of ne4.... .... .... .... 34 15 20 40 2
Olin Lewis............... in% of w% of sw% .... .... $512 3 1 :
Spencer Bostic... ... ......n% of se4 of sw% .... ....1 1 I
Lee McCall... ...... ...... s% of se% of sw%.... .... 361St 1 I4
Henning L and I Co... ..... sw% of sw%4.... .. ........ 11521 I -
Dan PauD... ... ... ... ... 70 ys e and w by 140 yds n andl I
Ss in ne cor of se% of sw% 1115121 22 3 0
Floyd Summers...... ..... sw% of se%.... .......... 115121 40 1 53
Unknown.... ........ ..... % of se%a.......... ....31S5121 8 s
Unknown.... .... .... ..... nw% of ne% .............. 51521 -
Mrs J Stafford... ...... ..e% of nw and ne% of sw% 516211 I 4 T
Henry Reynolds.... .... ... n% of ne% of sw%.. ...... 56111 1 S
J G Goss... ... ... ... .... ne% of ne%.... ...... ....... 15 E 241
Kate .oon. ........ ....... sw% of nw%.... .......... 9 1211 4 2 I
W W McCully .. .. .. ......jne% of se% ex 15 acres in se, I
cor andse % of se % ex 17
acres.................... 91511 48 4 -
CY Miller.... ... .........w% of se% of nw% of seI I I
and e0% of sw% of nw% o I I
se% ...... .. .. .. .. .... 9115211 10 -140
Unknown..... .... .... ..... 10 chs n and s by 15 chs e and I I
w in se cor of ne% of se% 9115 211 1 82"
J Carsteins. ..... ... ....... ne% of ne% and e% of ne% of
nw%4.. ....... .... .......111115 211 6 0
Taylor Spragins.... .... .... w1 of se%4 of nw% of se%..11115!I211 1 31
J D Barnett........... ... ..778 chs e and W by 12.24 chs
i and s in ne cor of ne%.. 12i1521 9.50 2 47
J L Smoak. ............... corn 7.74 chs w of se cor of neI II
S. % of neU.... ............12 1521
SI ." thence n 20 chs w 5.42 chs
I I s 4.75 chs w 6.33 chs s 7.35
. i I <'hs e 6.33 chs s 7.90 chs el
, 5.42 chs to p o b.. ...... I I 15
J Carsteins .... .... .... ..:w of ne/.... .... ........ 1215121 80 8 8s
Francis Wright.. ...... .... .sw,4 of n1t%4.... .... ...... 1211521 4 4 7
Francis Wright for 1903.. .. sw% of nw%'...............112115211 40 4 Ts
James H Carey..... .. ...... se of se.. ........... ..11211512115 4( *
E W Moody ........ ........ w% of ne'/i of nw% ........ 131151211 10 1 10
E W V oody.... ........... niw,4 of nw%....... .. .. ..1315211 4 1 74
Rheinauer and Co.. .. .. ..9.78 chs e and w by 10.22 chal I
n and s in ne cor of se'.. 13151211 10 1 88
Unknown..... .... .... ...... corn 10.22 chs s of nw cor of I I I
ne% of se4%...... .... .... 131151211
thence n 269 ft e 320 ft s 269 I I
ft w 320 ft.. ...........I I I 1 7
Chas V Miller.... .... ...... ni,- of se% of se% and s%o I I
ne% of se% and w% of se%4 13151211 12 3 76
Floyd Summers.... .... .....e' of se% of nw%4.... .... 141151211 20 10
Henning L and I Co..... .... s' of sw%.... .... .... ....115111211 80
Unknown ........ .... ......n% of w% of e% of nw%.... 1815 211 1 74
Unknown..... .... .... ......e%. of nw% and s% of w% o1 15
w%.... .... .... .. ......1201211 2 T 1
CI Grace...... ...........*****sw%...... .... .... .... .... 2115121 1 4T76
J D Clary.......... ...... n %of se% of sw% of ne%2311521 6 ST
Mrs R G Daniel....... .... .. ne% of ne% of nw%'.... .... 23115121 1 1 31
Unknown.... .... ...........sw% of Perpell grant..... ..I 151211 170 17 T
Mrs Augusta Bugbee.... .... com at sw cor of se% of ne% !2615 l21
thence e 16.87 chs ne withI i '
public road 5.81 chs w 17.391 I I
Sehs 5.80 chs.... .... .... 1
Jones Bitting. ....... ........zne%................ ......127J151211 1 6 1
George Marsteller ........ .. Iots 8 9 14 15 16 17 18 23 sub I I
of sw% and n% of nw% sees1 I I
27 and ...... .... .. ...... $ 111211 5 1 I
Mary S Bitting.............se% of se%....................1271151211 4 0
Unknown.................. e% of se%4.... .... .. ...2815121 s0 2 0
WP W.son....... .......... se% .......................-1i29151211 1 1 I
Unknown................... e% of ne%.... .......... ... 30 15121 a
Henning L and I Co....... n% of se4............... 12151211 4 2 17
J T Griggs... ........... .nw% of se% and e% of sw%jl I I
of se%.I.... .... .... ....1301151211 2 0
Dan Nelson............ ..... sw% of ne% and se% of nw%433115i211 m3 8 8
J Carsteins... ...... ... ne4 of neA and s% of nwI t I I
of ne%..... .. .... ........ 3515121f 6 88
Florida West Coast Imp Co.. nw 4%of nw% und % int ...... 35115!211 20 2 1
William Pendleton. ..... ... lots 3 and 5 sub of Waldo! I t'
place secs 35 and.... ....!361151211 60 7 21
J H Roller... ............. lots 8 9 12 and lots 1 lesI 1( II [
acre on e end and 13 acres!
on e side lot 6 and s% of! I j
lot 17 sub of Waldo place! J I I
sees 35 and....---..........3615:21r 194! 14 27
Mr-.s Martin.... ... ..... lot 6 ex 3 acres on e end subi T t
..... jof Waldo place sees 35 and;36 15121r 371 2 47
LSehmaa .Lehmn.... .. ...... 2 :-res in sq in nw cor of lot' I :
14 sees 35 and..... .. ......3615:211 21 1'18
tUkn.-.*WT............. .....'2.54t acres in sw cor of lot 17' !
... s.es 3-5 and.... .......... 36'15;211 2.50 1 61
-'M .5 Martin. ... ....... ;lots 21 24 25 sub of Waldo I
j lac( secs 35 and.... .... .. 36 15 211 80 5 O
~W V ann... ... ... ..... !ot 3 blk 8 Silver Sprines.... 115:221 .751 88
Iouis Casminski..... .... .... lots 3 and 4 blk 11 Silver, I;
t .prinHs.... ... .. .... 115 221 2 0
M E Harris ............ 1.50 chs sq in sw cor of lot 3: I i
Sbik 14 Silver Springs.. .. !'15221 .22! 97
Ha-n:- -y-r and Son.... ...Iots 1 Ind 2 bik 16 Silver. 1
Spxings.... .. ......... .... 115 22' 1 1 31
T'.-.oran.. .. .....'nw < of s^' of nwI4...... .... 3 15'22 10 1 563
R l Parish.... .... ...... 470 ft e and vw by 6640 ft n and-' i
i s in s'.v cor r;f ne'j of se'41 3115'221 7 2 13
D-:- .n I -ell... .... ...... .-2 cf sz ex lots 31 and 32..1 31522! 1601 9 36
P J c.gn.................o..lts 31 and 32 sub of nwv of I
-, sw .... .............. 315'221 101 1 $1
P for 9n or SP.3......... lot.s 31 and 32 sub of nw'4 of i [
Ssw..4 .... .. .......... .. 3 122 10 161
'-M: 4 T L A Lse5.............. 5 chs e and w by 10 chs n aind. : !
{ s -n ne cor of swk of n*%1 5 15 22! 5 1 40
A*- ....c **.. com 7.10t chs e of sw cor of se' I -
'4 of nw'4............ ....! 5'15I221I /
thence n 21.54 chs e 12.86 chs, i ( !
s 21.54 chs w 12.86 chs.. .. I I I 28 3 0
J D lRobertson... ... ... ... swi4 of nw% and n% of swl 6115'22! 120 3 08
J McLaurin. ... ..... ..... i140 yds sq in ne cor.... ....; T15!22' 4 1 21
CH Halls... ...... ...... com at a pt 229 ft s of a pt! j
1040 ft w of ne cor thencel I I
w 105ft s 105ft e 105ft n 105! i
ft.... .. .... ...... ......I 715)22! .25 2 56
E-iward Spencer........... comrn 100 ft w of ne cor of sw'%4 71151221
thence w 200 ft s 200 ft e 2001 j I I
-_ ft n 200 ft.............. I I II 1 251l
Unknown............ ..... corn 200 ft w of ne cor of sw" I I I
% .. .... .... ...... ...... 7!15221
thence w 200 ft s 200 ft e 2001 f I
ft n 200 ft.... .... ........1 I I 1 i1
Hubbard and McDuf........ comn 178 ft w and 1411 ft w ofl !
ae cor of ne%............. 71162
thence w 180 ft n 18 1-7 ft I
Steve .thence with RR to po b.. I 1 78
Steven Hodge.... .... ...... com 70 yds a of nw car.... ..I 7115122
thence .80 fte l105 ftn 801 Il
ft w 1e0 to .... .... ...... I 88I
JD Burnett.............. at sw cor of nw%. of aw%l 7162
thence n 12.88 cb s 71 deg I
e 815 chl 79 ebs w 7.681 1


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ma Watson... ... .......
S2P.... ..............
nmma Lowe....... .. .


R T Lanier agent.... ......
I Y IALier agent.... .. ....

7 Martin. ... ..........


..ed Mentken.... .... ......


rI IN Parthe.... .... ..so
- battle Hampton.... .. ......


Mrs M A Walker.... .....

p- NHugent...............

S Jimae F Johnston .. .. ....
Zan- es F Johnston ftor 1903..
James F Johnston...... **..
James P Johnston for 1903 ..
C W Torrey.... ** ** **....


WIlson Day.... .... .... ..

ID C Scott... ... .........
W T Gary... ... ... ...

Mrs F R Gary.... .... ..

Unknown.... ........*** ....


Unknown.... .... **** *....


L. Spiro.. ..... ..... ... .

3 B Brooks.. .. .. ** ** *
3 P Axtell................
George Small... ..... .....

eanry Mcnttyre.... ....****
W B Robnsom... ..........
JCDuBoy..... .. .... ..
J CDuBoys............
j C DuBoys.... .. **
SC DuBoys...... ........ **

SC DuBoys.... .. .... .. ..
- C DuBoys...... .. .. ** **.
Z Bailey......... ......
Balley.. .. *.***..
J DuBoys.... .... .... ..
T 7 Moore.... .... .... ...
W M Richardson.... ......
T C Bailey... ...... ....
Mrs E M Bailey... ... .....
H Waddington... ... ... ...

Rich Myers...............
B Rheinauer... ... ... .....
Mary B A Harris.... .... ..
&3 Rifenburg.... .... .. ....


JIlie 0 Booher.... ........


Mrs N A Sistrunk...... ..
D G Eichelberger.. .. .. ..
C M Livingston.. .. .. ....


Geo W Evinston.. ..


Er Harris.......... ....
F B Harris.... .. .. .. ....
Unknown.... .... .... .....
J C DuBoyce.... .. .. .. ..
J C DuBoyce.... .. .. ..
Buja Thompson.. .. .. .. ..
,J C DuBoyce.............
a 8 Savage. ........ ... ..
Mrs Mary C Carwell......
M R Hays... ..... ... ..


Mrs A L Coeoer... ..... ..


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Unknown .... .... .. wea
a RPedwebI .. 69~* 0.. 00
W B Iferikins. ..... .. ..l
Sarah, HE Teague .... .-.
'WIl~arn T2 0... .. s...
BnyBayer and Sum ... ...

X A. Rutledgs....* ..
WV W Baird ..... .00 s0 00o::
A BI'rirt.. .. o... .. o 6.0

C X Webb .... .... o.s..so.%
z W ImcmgmalG *. ...- ... 8




IN Harvey. .. .. ........ Ik*
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nom 6.39 chs e of sw cor ofl I I I
nw% of sw%.... .... ....11515I22
thence n 15.65 cbs e .39 cb I
s 15.14 chs w 6.24 chs....j
w% of ne %of sea.... .....!15 15221
nw% of seA%.... '.... ......151515221
coS 3.35 chs w of ne cor Al-1I I I
vares grant.... .... .... .. 16156221
thence w 5.45 chs n 17.20 chsl ] I
w 6.33 chs n 2.80 chs e 14.741 I I
chs s10.09 chs w 5 chs sI I
9.95 chs.... .... ......... I .
lot 2 ex 35.74 acres sold......116 15122;
com 26.28 chs w of se cor lot 2 161151221
thence e 14.15 chs n 14.15 chs
w 13.15 chs s to po b...... j
Com 1.05 che n of sw cor lot I
2.... .... .. .... ........161151221
thence n 8.95 chs e 6.60 chsl I I
s 8.95 chs w 6.6chs.. ..I I I
om 6.78 chs n and 841 cbsw w I I
of se cor lot 2......... .... 1615i221
thence w 2.5 chs n 2.4 chs
e .0 chs a 2.4 chs........
s% of sw% of ne% of aw% I
and nw% of ne% of nw%.. 18 15 22
om 210 ft w of se cor ofnw I
% of se%.. ...... .... .. 18615221
thence n 210 ft w 198 ft a
210 ft e 198 ft............
nw% of nw% ex 668 ft e and
w by 330 ft n and s in nw

bik 48 and lot 12 of blk 5H
W. E. Ocala........ ......18151221
lots 17 to 24 inc Columbia City118115122I
ots 17 to 24 Inc Columbia City 181522
ots 9 and 1 resurvey Colum-
bla City.... .. .... .......1815221
lots 9 and 19 resurvey Colum-
bia City............. ... .181522
com 19.54 chs s of nw cor of
ne% .... .. ........ .... 191151221
thence s 420 ft e 210 ft n 420
ft w 210 ft.... .... ...... I
racti lot 1 ex 1096 ft n and s
on n end..... ........ ....201151221
lot 13 Hyde Park sub of swi21j15:22j
r4.95 chbs n and s by 20 chsa I I
e and w in ne cor of se% i
Alvarez grant.... .. .. .. i152.
14.52 chs n and s by 35.05 chst j i
e and w in nw cor of sei I| I
Alvarez grant.............j 1: 22
eof 33 ft e of sw cor of A) i I
grant.... .. .... ........ .s22
thence e 14.14 chs n 7.07 chsl
w 14.14chs 2 Iks e 3.18 chs
51.21 chs w 3.18 chs s 5.601
chs to po b.... .......... I
om 33 ft e of a pt S.60 chs nj
of sw cor of A grant....... 151221
thence e S3.18 chs n 1.21 chsi
w 3.18 chs a 1.21 chs.... ..j
ot K Caldwell's sub sw part j |
of A grant.... .... .... ..I 1151221
w% of sw% and w% of se% ofj I I
sw% ........ .. .... ......1221151221
n% of ne% of sw%.... ......1221151221
sw% of sw% and n% of sel I
of sw% and n% of sw% of' I
se%.... .... .. ..........124115122
s% of ne %and ne% ex s% off I I I
se% of ne% of ne%.... ..1261151221
n% of-ne% of se%.... ....I26I151221
lots 5 7 8 10 11 blk 9 Monta- I I
gue.... .. ...... 5........12615221
lot 1 blk B Montague...... ;2,15221
lots 5 to 12 inc bik B Monta-j |
gue.... ...... .......... 2615122
lots 1 to 12 inc blk C lots 5 tol I I
12 Inc blk D Montague .... ,2615,221
lots 1 2 3 4 8 9 11 12 13 14 blk I I I
F and all of blk H Montaguei26i1522j
lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 blk G Montague:26i151221
lots 1 2 blk M Montague....,26.15 22,
lots 3 to 12 blk M Montague,26i15i22
all of blk V W Montague.... 35;15:221
lot 3 Bailey sub s% of se%427'15,22
ots 15 16 Bailey sub s24 of
se%.... .......... .. ............ 27415 22
9% of ne% of ne% and se1, ;
of ne% and sei ex lot sold 27 15,22.
com 24 chs n of sw cor...... 2715 22"
thence e 12.S6 chs n 8 chs
w 12.86 chs s 8 chs........ ;
sw% of ne-t s of R R ex 5
acres in sw cor....... .....27 15 22,
nw% of ne'4 of sw24........ 2, 15 22
ne% of ne,4 of se%.......... 28 13 221
*om 115.81 chs s and 30 chs w
of ne cor Sanchez grant.. 15 22,
thence s 6 chs w 20 chs n 6
chs e 2,0 chs..............
om 121 chs s and 30 chs w of
ne cor Saanchez grant.... 152-'
thence s'4 chs wv 20 chs n 4
chs e 20 chs.... .... ......
ot 25 sub of wl,i Sanchez
grant...... ...... .. ..... 1 22
'2 lot 49 sub of wli Sannhez
grant.... ....-.... .. .. .. 15 22
om 20 chs w of a pt 20 chs;
n of se cor of Sanchez '
grant...... ...... .. .... 15 221
thence w 30 chs n 20 chs e i
30 chs s 20 chs.... .... .... i
om 115.S8 chs s of ne cor of;
Sanchez grant..... ..... 15221
thence w 30 chs s 1chs hs w
20 chs s 10 chs e 25 chs n; i
10 chs e 20 chs n 10 chs.. i
ots 5 8 9 10 sub of lot 2.... 30 15'22i
ots 11 and 12 sub of lot 2.... 30.15 221
% lot 1 and lot 2.... .... ..311522[
1% of ne% ex lots 3 9 16 17 i Ij
24 DuBois ad to Montague34!15'221
1% of nw% of ne%.......... 35;15:221
'% of n% of sw% of ne%..!3515!221
v% of nw% of sw% and si I i
of sw% of sw% of nw%..135151221
w% of ne% and ne% of nw%? I
and w% of se% ex 14 acres361522J
% ofof s of ne%.... ...... !3 15
e% of nw% and ne% of sw%
and 8 chs e and w by 1 chs
n and a in aw cor of se% of
sw% and co aat -e s r of
Sthence n 1 ebs w 12 chs I
6.25 chs w 8 chs 1.75 2 ch.
and e 0 es.............. *


m at se er of ne% of e% % 3a15122
thence n 15 cbhs w 1S.3 est a
12 e ehse 11.25 chs a cbs e
2.0 cbs................. .
m. 2.48chis w se a caorm e
%of te%.... ............ I
thence w 13.38 es an 3 hs
* 13.3 chs 8 abs......
e% of nw% ex 3.86 ebse and
w on w sde.... .... ...... i
Sw% of se%........ ...... 11 s
% of ae%.... .. .... ......
Ie% ...... .... .......... 4
1% of nw% ....... .... 41.S. .
n% o C ne% sad se% of ne%
ex 5 acres in ne car ...... 5 15s8
n% of ne% of ae% of ne%..I 515123
ne% of nw%.... .... ...... 81151231
sw% of nw% and w% of se% I
of nw% and n% of w% ex |I
1 acre in ne cr.... ...... 815 2
ot 9 suab e' Webb's est...... 81151231
9% of sw% of ne% and a of
nw' of e%A and se' of ae
lots 1 2 6 8 3 I s PFar see
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n. Dunnenmo.. .. .... .... ... n16181
Unknown .. .. ...... ...... lots 1369 1387 Dunnelon.. ..I35161 13
Mrs W F Kpper...... ..... lot 1365 Dunnelon.. .. ......13511618
Dr J M Samuel. ...........ot 1872 Dunnelon.. .. .. ..18516181
ZEL6 Ray. ................lots 1288 138913839 DunnellonlS51T418T
D B Litchworth... ......... lot 1881 Dunnelon.. .. ....13516181
Mrs N A Hargraves........ lots 1389 1321 Dunneon.. ..13516181
J D Baskin... ..........lot 1394 DunneDon.... .. .... 35118
SNA Hargraves. ... .... lot 1399 Dunneon...... .. 163181
E L Ray... ... ... ... ... lot 1416 Dunnelon.. .. ....1351618
W J Wadkas.............. lot 1423 Dunnellon.... ....2151181
Fla West Coast Imp Co. .... lots 1825 1829 1830 1833 18351
1837 1839 1841 1842 1845 1347 I
1849 1851 1858 1855 1857 18591
1861 1863 1865 1867 1869 18711
187a3 1875 1877 1379 1881 18831
1885 1886 1887 1891 1895 1896
1899 1901 1903 1995 1997 19091
1911 1913 1915 Dunnellon.. 36116181
J N Mester. ... ... ........lot 1801 Dunnellon.. .. ....1 3616 18
Unknown.. .. .. ......lot 1827 Dunnellon.. .. .... 361618
Fla West Coast Imp Co.... .. nw4 of nw% und % int.. .. 351618
Unknown.. .. .... ......!nw% of nw% und % int.... 2351818
C V MIer. ............-... s% of se% of nw% of se%.... 51619l
T E Biggss... ... ... ... .... se% of ne% and w% of ne%
and e% of nw% and n o%
se% .... .... .... ........ i61191
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... ne% of nw% of sw% less I"
ft R R.... .... .. ........ 61619
Z C Chabis.......... .. .. ne% und 2-3 mnt............ 7Ii9
J B Peyto... .,. ........... se% et sw% and swM of se% 7161
Unknown.. .. .. .......... ne%........ .... ....... -I ils
P T Austin... ............ 198 ys n and s by 74 ydes I
and w to near of ne% of
ne % oft aw %.. .... .......1Ih11
s ~ ert.......... ... w% oe swg.. ............. 11161
z K ua at ... ... ...... a % et s%..............
ma ast. i e ....... ... s.. aw ....................
NmJs amn e oe ...... A............................
M- MMy Bh. .. ... .J.... s% oae% and neLt of ne I I
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J 8 Berry.. .. ..... .... --.. of nw% and nw% of sw%!22i151231
W T Henderson.. .. .. .... w of ne% and s% of nw*424115!23J
Miss L V Gary.... ........ n% of nw%4.... .. ........ 124il5231
J C Cooper.. .. .. .. ...... sw% of nw%.. ...... ......4261151231
J C Cooper... ... ... ...... sw% of ne% and sw% of nw%j I |I
and n% of sw%..... .... 27115;231
S S Savage..... .... ....... n% .......................128115t231
N N Cooner..... .. ...... .. e% of ne%1.... ........ ....S32115i231
R Cooner... ... ... ... ... se% of ne%4.... ............1 34;151231
R Cooner... ... ... ... ... swt or nw% and sw% of sw; I I I
i% .. .... .. ...... ......!351151231
J S Blodgett.. .. .. .....sw% of nw% .... .... ... ... 7115;241
W A Counts...... .. .. .. nw% of sw%.. .... ........1 7 15;241
J Carter.. .. .. .. .. .. .... ne% of nw%.. .. ...... ..I 8115241
G L Long.... ... . ......... 7 chs sq in se cor of n% of sel I I I
% .... .. ........ ........I 81151241
Henning L and I Co... ..... sw% of ne%..... .. ........I 91151241
R R Bridges.. ........ .. sw% of ne%.... ............110115!241
P L Bridges.... .. .. ... s% nw% of ne% of sw% andI I I I
w% of sw%.. ...... ......1101151241
William Deas... ... ... ... se %of ne%..... .. ..... ....1111151241
Henning L and I Co... ... .. se% of se%....... .... ...... 111115!24!
William Deas... ..... .... nw% of ne%................ 121151241
Henning L and I Co. ........ ne% of ne% and se% of ne%' I
and s% of nw% and se% I
of seA and w% of set ande%
i /ne% of sw%.. .......... 12115 241
Henning L and I Co.... ..... n% of ne% and sw% of ne%l I
and se%4 of nw% and e%1 I I t
of se% and w% of se% andl I I I
e% of sw'%..............!131151241
R R Bridges... ... ... ..... nw% of sw% and sw% of se; I I I
% .... .... ....... .......1141151241
Lacy Shbs............. .. .e% of se%'.... .. ...... ....114115;241
Heirs of H Muhr.. .. .. .... se% of sw% and se%'...... 161151241
Henning L and I Co.... .... n% of se%..... .... .. ...... 17115124I
Unknown..... .... .... ..... s% of se% ex 10 acres in nwi I I I
cor ...................... .18115*24!
R I Bridges.. .. .. .. .... ne% of sw% and s% of sw%!18115'241
P L Bridges.. .... .. .. .... eg of neA an sw% of nw%; i I
and ws of sw% and se%4 off I 1
sw 1. ...... .... .... .... 20 15 24!
R B Bridges.... .. .. .. .. w% of ne% and slj of sw% !20!1524!
Tropical Land Co Ltd....... sw1 of ne% .... .... ........ 22 15 24
Wm Deas................ s of nw%'...... .. ........ 2215'24'
Heirs of T Muhr.. .. .. .... of r.w\--.. ...... ........ 22 15241
R L Martin.. .. .. .. ...... .!w% of se%4.. .... .... .... 22 15 241
Hugh Stanaland.. .. .. .... 1.64 <-hs n and s by 12 chs e
and w in sw cor lot 6 ...... .5 15.24'
R S Hall... ... ... ... ..... nw.4 of ne%1 and sj4 of ne ,
and n,-. of sw%' and nw% of
se4.... .... .... .... .... 30 1524?
R Bridges... ... ... ..... n 1.. ...... .... ........... ..... 32 15.24
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... !iwi4Q of sw\\ and ne% ...... 34 15 241
J N Allison... ... ... ... ... ei.. of nwtl and s1 of sw4' T i
and se1j.... .... .. ...... 34 15.24;
Geo F Mancing............ .,omi nw cor of e1' of sw'4..35 1524!
thence e 10.84 chs s 49 deg
;0e min e 9.50 chs s 36 chs w I
15 chs n 40 chs to po b....
Florida Syndicate Ltd.. .. .. jw of nwv% ex se%4 of sw% l I i
of nw% .... .... .......... 1!f16181
Alic McNeal..... .... .. .... se% of nw'i and e'1 of sw%\ 2 1618
W W Clyatt Trustee.... .. n1.. .... ....... .......... 3161181
Alic McNeal..... .... .. .... se% of se%4.. .... ...... ....1 33161181
CV Miller..... .... .... .... iw'4 and sw% of ne%4 and n%! I II
of se% and se% of se%4....1 4!16!188
S M Davis... ... ... ... .. n4 of se% and sw% of se4%! 5416418T
S M Davis for 1903.. .. .... aV1 of se% and sw% of se%! 5!161181
A J Markham.. .. .. ...... .w%4.... .. ...... .... ...... 6il6'18T
S M Davis.... .... ......... w% of neU4.... .. ...... .... 6'16118T
S M Davis for 1903.. .. .... w% of ne% .. .... ..... ....i 6s16i18T
S M Davis.. ...... ...... sw% of ne% and n% of se% I ] I
of nw% and ne% of nw%' 7!16:18T
S M Davis for 1903......... sw% of ne% and n% of set I I
of nw% and ne% of nw%..' 716!181
S M Davis .... ............ i% and nw% of ne% ex lot in! Iy
DeWitt Park.. ..........' 8:1618!
S M Davis for 1903 ........ i and nw% of ne% ex lot in! I
DeWitt Park.... ........! 8I1,'181
G T Allgood...... ...... e% of sw%.4...... ........ 91161181
Alic McNeal ......... ..... Se% of nw% and e%........'10'161181
C A Nary.... ..... .. .. .. w% of ne4..... .... .... ....!11!1618T
Alic McNeal. ...............r w% of nw4..... .. ...... ..:111618!
First National Bk of Fla Agt blk 2 and lots 6 7 16 blk 6 and' T
lots 10 and 11 blk 7 and lot'
8 blk 12 su bof sw% of ne
S ........ .. .............1216 18
S M Davis ... ... ... ...... 1 of nw% .... .... ........ IS 16'1S
W W Clyatt ...... ........=wi of seS.... .......... .... 1 16 18
Z C Chamblips.... .......... ;2 of sw%4 of ne1t and nw '
of sw%' of ne't and ne # of
Snw\v' of se---...... .... 22 16 1S
S M Davis... ... ... ....... w3v4 tf nl' of neli and P% of
1n of nw ............... .. 27 16 1
S 1M javis for 1903.... ... ... !w3 of n1 of ne1' and e4 of
n1:; of nw\ j .... .. ........ 27 11, 14'
Unknown.... .... .... ..... '.w1. 4 of nw% .... .... ...... 32 16 IS
Heirs of J 'M Renfro... ..... '.e% of nwm' n of river...... 34 16 IS'
T J Henderson. ..... .....'lot .r0 Dunnellon..... .... .... 35 16 1S
Withlacoochee & -Wekiwa L' '
Co. ...... ... ... ... ..... lots 7) to 95 inc Dunn]llon.. 3.. 16 1i4
A D Bostick. ..... ... .....o..t 12 IDunn'llon.. .........35 1 1S"
Miller and Hollindisher.. .. ;!ot "27 Dunnellon...... .. ....35 16 1S
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... ;lot 367 Dunnellon.. .. ...... 35 16"19
E L Ray... ... ... ... ..... lot 309 Dunnellon..... ...... 35 16 IS
Mrs 0i E Wood. ............ilot. 373 and 374 Dunnellon.. 3.- 16'is'
Sam past..... ...... ... lots 526 and 527 Dunnellon.... 35 16 IS"
Fla West Coast Imp Co .... !ots 1219 1221 1227 1231 1267
1273 1337 1359 1361 1369 1401 i
S142.5> 1427 1429 1431 1433 1435
1437 1441 1443 1445 1447 1449 '
1453 1455 1457 1459 1441 1463
Dunnellon........ ......35 16 18"
Unknown.. .. .. .... ......'lots 1230 1278 12122 1284 12S6
12SS 1302 1316 1320 1324 138S
I 1406 1424 1430 1432 1434 1436 '
I 143S 1440 1442 1444 1446 1448
4. I 1450 1452 1454 1456 1458 1460 '
I 1462 1464 Dunrtellon...... 35 1618:
Unknown.. .. ..h......... lots 1218 1232 1250 1252 125.6,
125S 1266 1274 1292 1294 1299 I I
1300 1336 1338 1340 1350 1352 '
S1360 1362 1364 1400 1404 1426 i
1428 Dunnellon........ ..:351618i
Henry Gordon...... ....... lots 1218 1220 1226 1240 1244, I |
1304 1405 1407 1421 1422 I
Dunnellon.......... ....i35'16;18
D H Cotton...... ... ..... lots 1228 1229 Dunnellon.. .. :35.161S
W D Brice... ...........lot 1235 Dunnellon.... ... .'3516'18
Millie Daniels...... ........lot 1235 Dunnellon.... ....!35 161181
Miller and Hollandisher ....lot 1240 Dunnellon..........135116181
Mrs N A Hargraves.........lot 1247 Dunnellon.... ....!3516I181
G W Griffin.............. w% of lot 1251 Dunnellon....135 16181
Kate Blackshear........... lot 1257 Dunnellon..........135116181
Sam Green.. .......... lots 1261 and 1262 Dunnellon..135 116181
Rachel Gm.............. lot 1271 DunneDon...........135161818
AE Boone............ ... lot 1281 Dunnellon.. .. ..135161813
J H MeCarral... .. ..... lot 1299 Dunnellon........13516118
G D Mendenhall. .......... lot 1301 Dumnnellon..........I351818
Mrs R L Kelly............ lot 1316 ex 65 ft on s end Dun-
ne~en.... .. .. .. ........ 51S 1S8
SL LeitnAe................ lot 1327 Dunneldlon.. .. .. ....1351618
Harvey Peters... ... ... ... lot 1328 Dunnelon.. .. .. .. 3516181
SL S ..... ... .. Center 1-8 of 1841 1842 1843 1


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801 2
80 4
2001 5
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160i 5
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32(: 9
200 6
324 9


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120! 4
320! 17
401 2

320 11
120 3
120 3
156 5
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SG M Flk... ...... ..... w%oese e f run aand % I to 619
SH O Weston ............. ne% of nw% of nw% e of R 19114 19
SMrs tA W Brown.......... w% of ne% and e% of nwI19 16;lt9 1
W J Weston. ... ..... ... e% of ne% and e% of se% 19 11191. i
5 W J Weston. ... ..... ...sw% ofw%.. .. .. .. ......12016119(
SL H Taylor................ nw%... .. ........ ......22 161191
SJ M Meffert... ... ... .....!e% of sw%.... .... .. .....123I191
4 Mrs P T Auston... ..t...... w% of ne% and e% of nw%124!161191 ]
J M Meffert .............. nw% of nw%.. .... .. ...... 24116,19 4
SH A Carver...... ...... ... s% of ne% .... .... .... 36-161191
8 D Munroe... ..... ..... n% of sw% of nw% ex 4 acres I I
8 | in ne cor.... .... .... .... 1361161191
John Harvey ...... ... ..... % of ne% of ne% and n% oft i |
ne% of nw% ........ ....j 11160120
2 W A Stringer. ... ..... ... e% of ne% of nw%........... 4 116120
SH C Mosley. .. ............. s% of se%..... .. .......... 4,161201
8 C T Miller... ...... ..... nw% und % Int.... .... ... 516201
Arch Jacobs.... ... ........ se% of nw% and sw% of ne%
a and ne% of sw% and nw% j
5 of se%.... .... .... ....... 12116120 1
g L Horne and Co... ....... ne% of se%..... .... .... ..i1211s1201
g H C Mosley.... ...........e% of se%..... .. ......... 1241161201
G Riley and Co.... .... ...... se% of ne%..............13161211
Fred Baker.... ... ... ....... nw% of ne% ............ ... 4161211
Unknown.. .. .. ........... % et se% of nw% and s% of I
s nw% of se% of nw%.. .... 4161211
J F Shands... .... ..... is% of nw% of se% ..........i 4116211
Albert Jacobse... ..........* sw% of sw% and 6 acres on as 1 III
side of nw% of sw%...... 6116211
f Unknown.. .............. nw% of sw% ex 139 yd sq ini | I
nw cor and 6 acres on s side 6116211
p James Glymp ............ .. % of ne% .... .. ...... .... 81161211
g L Home and Co........... % of nw%..... .... .... .... 911i6211
5 James Cribbett. .... ....... 1% of se% of ne% .......... 10I161211
S0 H Harvey. ............... .nw'% ex e% of sw% of nw%1111161211 1
Sandy Williams.... .... .... .e of swA of nw%........111161211
D George Buhl ... ...... ..... ot 1 sub of Todd place- ..... 111116211
L John R Graham.... ... ..... ots 2 to 9 inc sub of Toddi 1 I I
place .. ...... .... .... ..,11161211 14
Meade and Co... ......... !0q ft e and w by 417.42 ft n
i and s in nw cor ofs % of nw
SUnknown. ..4 of nw%.. .... ........ 12161
nknown.... ...... ...... .om 30 chs n of sw cor of nw
% .... .... ............ .. 1211621
thence e 10.14 chs n 4.49 chs
w 10.14 chs a 4.49 chs.. .. 2 I
George Close... ........ ..om 45.08 chs e and 13.45 chsa
n of sw cor of nw%.. ....112116!121
thence n 45 Iks w 10.08 chs I
a 9.43 chs e 11.14 chs n 8.48'
chs e 11.94 chs n 6.57 chs e; |
11.57 chs to n bdy of grant s9 |
with grant to pt e of corn wi
13 chs.... .... .. ........T
Lizzie Graham... ... ....... -om 6.37 chs n of sw cor High' 1
Julius grant.. ...... .... .. t1316'21
thence n 14 deg w 6.33 chs'
w 7.90 chs s 14 deg e 6.33'
chs e 7.90 chs.... .... ....
Matilda Smith.... ... ....... 174 1-3 yds n and a by 371 ydsi
e and w in se cor of sw%..!13!161211 1
J M Douglass. ...... ....... n% of ne% and sw% of ne%1141161211 11
H W Douglass.... ... ... ....se% of ne% .... .... ...... 14916211 4
John Holden... ... ....... 25 acres on w side of sw% of I
Ssw%.... .. ...... ........ 18 161211 a
W C Durey... ... ... ..... nwi% of se% and ne% of sw% 19i|1621r 14
Henning L and I Co.... ..... ne% of se% and sw% of sel I I
A and se% of sw%..... .... ..l22l1C21
C A Miller. ......... ...... n% of se% of se%...........24 16211
Henning L and I Co... ..... nw% of n% of sw% and swl I
e of sw%,.... .... .. ...... 1261!6211
Henning I" and I Co.... ..... all of ex w% of sw%..... ....1271161211 S
Anderson Grady... ........ se% of ne%.. ...... ......301161211 4
Aiec Wise ... .............. % of sw%2.. .............I. S06121 I
Jesse Ruth. ..... ...... ... se% of se%.... .... ........ 3211621 4
Dora Asia......... **..... se% of se%.. ...... .... ..3616121
Maggie Howell. ..... ..... 3 chs n and a by 12.90 chs e I J
and w in nw cor of sw%.. 311l1221
Sallie M McKay.... ... .... sw% of nw% of nw%.. .. ..I 416122 1
T S Cra ................. n% of nw% of nw% ...... 411221 1
Sallie M McKay... ... ..... ne% of sw%4.... .... ......I 4111221 4
Salle M McKay... ... ... ..n% of ne% and n% of sw% (l
of neA.... .... .... ...... 51422!1 11
W T Ashford ......... .....nw% of sw%..... .... ...... 5 !1221 4
James Cribbett.... ........ com 30 chs s 52 deg 30 min wl
of a pt 27.72 chs n 16 deg 55j
min w of se cor of Hyjulius
grant tps 15 and..........1 1169221
thence n 16 deg 15 fin w; I 1
28.76 chs s 52 deg w 28.66 !
chs s 16 deg 15 min e 28.75 1
chs n 52 deg 30 min e 28.66:' I
chs to p o b.... .... ..... .
Annie -M Perry... ... ... ...lots 9 10 12 13 14 16 27 28 Dunn : I
Brown Taylor sub of Hyju-
r leus grant 1-3 int tps 15 and 16221 6
Mrs E C Eagan... ..........ilots 10 11 Brown and Dyals' !
sub of Hyjuleus grant tps 15:
and................ ........ 11622[ 4
Henry orman... ... ... ... lot 7 and ej lot 13 Brown and -
Dyal's sub of Hyjuleus grant I
has V Miller tps 15 and .... .. ........ ; .!6221
S Miller ...........lot 4 sub of Barnes place Hy- I
i juleus grant tps 15 and.... :16221 1
Beattle and Mann.... ... ... com on w bdy Hyjuleus grant I
i at apt 7.35 chs s of nw cor I
Steps 15 and.... .... .... .. 16'221
thence s 14 deg e 35.79 chs n
S55 deg -38 chs n 17 deg 101 I i
rmin w 35.85 chs s 55 deg
H .'59 ch topo b.......... I t
Hpnning L and I Co.........se 'of sw,4-.... .... .... ... 10.16.22 4
So! Johnson......... .....ne.4 of nwl4.... .. ........ 1016;221
ll s Bros. ...... ... ......;n of se' and se4 of se%4..1116!22( E
Ellis P.ros ... ... ... ..... .nej and s....... ........ i1216221 0
Ellis Bros. ... ... ... ..... see of sew4.... .. ........ 13'16122I
I Ho Jr.. ......--........ w. of ~sw %of w%.......... 13!6122
Ellnis Bros............ ... si of p.% and nw%4 of se*14416'221
Unknown.... **............** ****** ne' of nw .............. 14!16122!
Unknown.. ................ nwl4 of nw% ex 1 acre in sw I
cor ... .... .............. ..11622I1
Elizabeth Howard...... ... 3.16 chs sq in sw corof nwii I I
L Soe^r of nw '.......,.. .. .. ..1416122l1
Soer......... .. ........ lot 5 blk 1 IAddell's sub of e%j I I
L So-^r i of ne%.................. i15161221
L Soper ............. .....l ot 2 bik 4 Liddell's sub e% of! I |
M C Eichelberger .. .. .. e% ....................1 15 14I22
r *** ...... 950 ft n and a by 450 fte andt I
M Elchelberge w in sw cor of ne%.... ..... 151sI 22
Wtlliam- Thoaes ** ** .. I.ne of nw% of swl.... ... 151
Wiiam homS .* **.* **.... % ofs e%. ........... .... 51
William Vot... ............ ... chs e and w by 10 ch" n andt
R RH ledi,.. s in ae cor of ne% of sei181
-K Bedding... ... ..... com at nwcpr of ne% .... .. 11 l
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Nerthera and S.nther. Co..
t- H alang L aa I C o... .....
eimaMing L and I Co... .....
Cera M sutton ... .........
Cora M Sutton Tor 193.. ...
a. Un own.... .. ..... .......


^" itewn... *'.. .
S _eitm D.t'ktt... t.......
S nknownl.. .. ....... ......
Unknown.. .. .. .... .......
Peter Elgemborc... ... .....
Beanning lg and 1 Co... ....
Eltis Bro... ... ... .......
TC Hall... ..... ... .....
Unknown.. .. .. ..........
Ellis Bros... ... . .......
W S West... ... ... .......
W W Condon.... .. .......
Henning L and I Co... .....


Ellis Bros... ..... .......
John W Bowman..... .... ..
Hall Bros.... .... .... ....
P W Prescott.. ...... ......
'. D W Trask.... .... .......
Alfred Higgins.... .. ....
Julius Henderman...... ..
A W Snrowell.... .... ....
Alfred Higrins.. .. .. .. ..
Julius Henderman.... .... ..
Unknov.n ... ..............
W HI White... ... ... .....
F L Chisolm........ .. .. ..


D L Mark. ..... ... ... ...
Cas Fronell...... ... ...
Chas Fronell for 1903.....
Sarah A Chaffee... ... ... ..


3 U Tyson. ..... ... .......
Geoge W Hyde...........
W K Wx lkerson... ... .....
W K W terson for 1903.. .
3 M XTyson... ... ... .....
' H A Ketner... ..... .....
D) L ark... ... .. ... ...
MrsT M White.. .. .. ....
i IL Marlr... ... ... .......
Mrs F A Chaffee... .......
'WU Shnelair... ...........
James Gummison.. .. .. ....
T B Tolinson. ..... .....
Dickson.. .. .. .. .. .. .....
Geo W Hyde..............
Dr M B Barrister.... .. ..
W 11 Sinclair......... ..
R Holtzelaw...............


Li T Tomberlinson.. ... ..


Ellis Bros... ... ... .......
Unknown...., .. ...........
Unknownn. .. .. .... ......
0 C Hemphill.. .. .. .. ....


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Geo PF Masher.... ........
EG R Stewart. ..... .......
William Strong.. .. .. ....
B GR Stewart.. ... ... ...
J L Connohan.. .. .. .. ....
M J H Chapman.. .. .. ....
Walter Baskins...... ...
J L. Scofleld.. .. .... ......
Chas A Tremere... ...... ** *
Heirs of 0 Chase.. .. .. ....
OB Reed.... .......... ......
H Howard.... ............** ****
L C Dowden ........... ** ***
D E Ross. ... ...... *..** *
Thomas Stockwood..... ....-
W Woodman. ..... ... ....
8 C Robins ............* **,
FL Porter... ... ..........
F S Berry.... .......*** ***....
S C Robins .... .... .......*
D AMoulton. ....... .....
H A Bacheldor ..........* ***
Dr Chas Jordan.. .. .. ....
Dr Chas Jordan.. .. ...*
Dr Chas Jordan.. .. .. ....
3 W Poster.. .. ... .. .. *
J pass ...................
3Z Converse.... .... ....
FP Richards.... ..............
G F Naser .............
T C -Ivejoy.. ...... ....
G w Hamm*od ....... ..
CIJMId.. ................
GN *Id- ...d... ..- .
C Rob .......... ........
N GR Btewart.... .....
U.known.. .. ***** -
John Kerr.. ....... .... ..
'1" Lo d ... .... ...
Heirs of J D Webb........
Pred Barnum............ ** **

'Unknown .. ....-......** **
Unknown.... ............** ******
0 H Brown.... .... ......
David Me .........
Mary Abbotn......... ** ** *
J L Carnhan ............. ***
J B Glymp .... ..." ..**. ....
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I-oJoy and Sn........
S W Myers........ ......
W Cte .. .... ..
Mr A K lorne.. .. ** *....
SjNeblon. ......... ..*-**
A 3 Powies. ....*.... *.*--
C ler.. .. **........ I
Alt Abnlh .... ... .....
Andrew P e... * *
P 3 Polm... .....*** .
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lot 1 blk 65 Belleview.. ....
lot 5 bk 69 Belleview........
lot 1 blk 72 Belleview......
lot 2 bik 73 Belleview.... ....
lot 7 blk 73 Benevlew.. -....
lots 1 2 blk 74 Belleview.. ..
lots 3 6 blk 74 Belleview.. ..
lot 9 bk 78 Beleview......
lot I b 84 Beleview......
lot 1 blk 85 Belleview......
lot 2 a% lot 3 bik 86 Belleview
lot 4 and n% lot 3 bk 86 Belle- I
view.. ...... .... .... .... I
lot 2 blk 87 Belleview.... ..| I
lot 3.blk 87 Belleview.. .. ..
lota 1 and 2 bik 88 Belleview
lot 1 blk 89 Belleview.... ..
lot 2 blk 91 Belleview.. ....
lots 1 and 2 blk 94 Belleview
lots 56 7 8 bck 95 Belleview
lot 1 blk 96 Belleview.. .. ..
lot 1 bik 97 Belleview......
lot 3 bUk 97 Belleview.. .. ..
e% lot 4 and se% of lot 5 blk
SS Beleview.... .... ......
lot 4 bIk 99 Beeview.... ....
lote 9 to 14 bn 100 Belleview
lot 1 blk 101 Beleview......
lot 2 blk 102 Beleview......
lot 8 ik 108 Belleview.... .
t 5 bk 109 BeBevew......
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me% and =% o nw% and I i
% of nw% e% of sw% aad i
aw% of a w% and e% of se%
and sw%a of e%.... .... 816 23T
n% of ne% and ne% of nw% 9161231
sw% of ne% and e% of sw% 1 .l
and sw%a of e%.... ......10 1623,
es of nw%.... .... ...... 10111 231
me %ot nw% and nw% of aw% ll 1 6231
e% of e%0.. ...... .... .... 161231
w% and -se%.. ............ 1116231
sw% ... ... ... ... ... .. 1316231
e% of sw%2........ ......1416231
e% at aw%a ot _w%........4 1C1 231TI
e% of nw%4 of asw.... .... 14 16231
% of e% aof sw u aand n% of I
ae% t ~wr% ex 1 acre in aw I
coar......:. .... .... ....1416123S
e% ot BUw% atof se%.... ...... 11414231
% of ,%a otf xw& of e%.... 14116231
e% 2 Ae% .... .... .... ....1516231
nw% of a e% of ee%.... .... : 15163{
ne% -at se% of se% and s I I
of ne% of see%.... ........ 161612321
1% of nex 4 of se%..... .... 115116231
% of .... .... .... .... ..... 17161231
iw%-....... .. ...... ...8 16231
ot 2 blk 4 Danbury.. .. .. .. 191161231
iw% of se% and se% of sw% I I I
Danbury......... .... .....19 16!23
1% ex w% of nw%.. .. .. .. 20i 16231
?% o sh%.... ......... ...... 20;16M231
s% of ne% and nw% of ne% I ( !
and ne% of nw%.... .. .. 122 16 23*
.v% of nw%4 and se% of nwl j
and n/z ol sw% and w% of'
se k.. ...... .... ......... 2261231
'e% of sw4.... .... ...... 22 1:M231
*,ks 74 75 114 115 and s%_ 112 : i
Weishton... ..... ..... 15 16 231
>lke 111 116 Welshton.. .... 1516:23!
7k 137 Welshton.... ...... 1716 23:
>lk 13S Welshton.... .... .... 17 16 231
.lk 140 Welshton.... .... ..;171623,
ot 1 blk 177 Welshton.... .. 16 16 23!
ots 9 12 hlk 17 WVelshton.... 16 16'23
al of blk 215 Welshton......1161161231
,ts 1 2 3 4 blk 418 Welshton 16 16 23!
w% of ne% ex 12.50 acres in i ; I
se cor....'.. ...... ...... 23'16i23:
n sw cor of se% of neA4....'25 1623'
om 330 ft n of se cor of ne/ 25 16 231
thence n 317 ft w 660 ft n 150 .
ft w 140 ft s 304 ft e 310 ft
s 45 de e 250 s 20 ft e 330 ft
1.j of nej of se%4 and ne%
of sw% of swi.4...........2516'23'
!% of e '=of se' of se%' ex 4 1
acres in s end.... .... ..... 2516 231
-% of e. of se% of se% ex 4: 1 j i
acres in s end.... .... ..... 2516231
-om 10 chs w of ne cor of sw i I
% of sw%.. ...... .... .. 25'169231
thence w 2.68 chs s 18 chs I
e 2.68 chs s 2 chs e 10 chs I I
n 10 chs w 10 chs n 10 chsl I I I
to p o b .... .... .... .... I I 1
7t CC n.ler.... .... ...... .25116!231
'. lot 19 Candler.... .... .. 125161231
-ot 24 Candler.... .. .... ....25'161231
ot 24 Candler.... .... .... 25;161231
t 3. ani.7 .... ..... .... .. 25|161231
lot 32 n of R R Candler.... ..125i16!23'
'ot 34 Candler..... .. .... 125161231
ot :. Can.ler.... .... ...... 25J161231
r.t 15 46 Candler..... .... .. 251161231
156 ftn and a by 170 ft e and j I
w in se cor lot 49....... .2!161231
e% of lot 55 Candler.... .... 261161231
lot 1 Davis ad Candler.. .. .. 126116123
lots 2 3 Don's ad Candler.. 261161231
lot 5 Davis ad Candler.... .. 251161231
lot 6 Eden Garden in se%.. 26116123!
lot 7 ex 3.2 acres on e side E 1 (
Garden In ase%........ ..2616!231
sce% of ne% of ne%4.... .... 24 16'231
comn 22.58 chs w of center. 2616'23i
thence w 6.40 chs s 5.22 chs I
w 4.80 chs s 28 deg w 13 chs! l i
e with lake to pt s of coml i
n topo b.... .... ........i
comn at Int see of lots 1 and 21
with Smith Lake..... .. .... 2 16 23;
thence e 12.83 chs s 3 chs w
13 chs n to p o b.... ......
nwI, of ne%4.... .... ......' 2, 1623
e% of ne1% of sw% of se4 ..- 3 16 2.
w 14of swi% of swI of seAt3 16 23'
corn e of R R on s bdy of nw
34 of sw2 .... .... ........ '3) 16 23:
thence e 262.64 ft n 156.64 ft'
w 469.2S ft to R R s 36 deg i
e 1S9.28 ft to p o b.... ....
s% lot 5 blk C Belleview....
lot 6 and n,4 lot 5 blk C Belle! '
view.......... .. .. ......
lots 8 9 10 blk 3 Belleview....
lot 16 blk 7 Belleview.... ..
lots 1 and 2 blk 8 Belleview.. '
lot 5 blk S Belleview.. ...... '
lots 10 11 13 18 19 blk 10 Belle-1
view .... .... .. ..... ... '
lots 13 14 15 blk 11 Bellevew
lot 3 and 45 ft from ne side lot
4 blk 19 Belleview........ t
lots 1 2 3 of blk 22 Belleviewi
lot 14 blk 25 Belleview......
lot 10 blk 28 Belleview......I i
lots 1 2 3 8 9 10 blk 42 Belle-!
view.... ..................
lot 1 blk 43 Belleview....... 1 I
.ot 1 blk 44 Belieview.... .. i I l
lot 19 bIlk 45 Belleview... ... i i !
lots 3 4 6 7 8 b!k 48 Belleviewl !
!ots 9 10 blk 48 Belleview..! t I I
los 2 to 7 inc blk 50 Belleviewj [ i I
lots 7 and 8 blk 51 Belleviewl I I ]
lots 8 9 blk 57 Belleview....1 I I I
lot 10 b!k 57 Belleview...... I I I
lots 1 2 3 4 blk 59 Belleviewl I I
lot 1 blk 6 Belleview........ *
lots'1 and 2 bik 62 Belleview
lot 3 blk 62 Belleview......
lots 4 5 in ee cor of nw% b I
62 Belleview............316lSa
lot 8 blk 62 Belleview in se cor
of nw%.... B..... ...... 8616II
tot 1 blk 63 Beleview.. .. .. I


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Spriggs Taylor...... ... .ne%... ... ... ............. 2417120 162 476
Leonard Bedding.......... .w% of nw%.... ........... 2617120 8e 2 60
eonard edding..........e% of ne%... ... ... ....... 2711720~ 80 2
Mrs Paeball.... ........ ne% of nw%.... .... ......27117120 1 53
W Weston...... ** **nw% of nw%...... ........ 2117120 1 53
Mrs JR Wiiams.. .. ...... nw% of sw% ............2.. 28 17120 40 1 53
Heirs of Annie M Butts. nw% of ne% and nw% of se% 3317120 1 0 2 60
Adolphns Hogan.. .. .. ... .n% of sw% of e%.... ...... 1117121 20 1 53
Henning L.and I Co,........ an of ex w% of sw%.... ....1 2117121 56 5 60
Z C ChambHis. ... .. ...... .w% of sw%.... .... ........ 3117121 80 2 29
L Horne and Co.. .... .. .. n% of ne% and se%of ne% X
and ne% of nw% and sw% T
of nw% and SW%.... ...... J17121 36 8 40
Henning L and ICo.... ....alln of..... .. ...... .......... 11i17121 640 11 48
George W W.llIams .... ....s 7-8 of w% of ne%.... .... 121171211 70 2 29
Amelia Williams...... .. .. n% of nw% of ne%........il2117!21! 10 82
W C Stapp.... .... ........se% of sw%... ............ 12!171211 40 2 29
Horne Norman and Co.. .... of se... .........2 8 2 29
Henning IL and I Co.... ....all of ex w24 of nw% and neV -
S% of nw'4............ ... 2217121 520 10 86
Henning Land I Co.... .. .. an of ex nwj of se%.... ....!231721 .. 600 11 48
Henning L and I Co...... .. all of.... ........ ..... ... !261171211 60 5 96
Henning L and I Co.... .. .. all of ecx w of sw%.... ....'27117121 560 11 08
Mrs AG Davi.. .. .. .... e% of sw% of ne% of ne4..1 2 17 22 5 1 81
A S Kmball ... .... .... ..s% of nwl of ne% of ne%..! 2!171221 5 1 31
A H Brown .... ............ nw% of se% of se%.... ....I 2117122, 10 2 29
MO Eichelberger.. .. .. .. w of ne% and nw% of se% 1
und % int.... .... ........ I 17221 70 259
George W William........ ne% of se%.... .... ........ 6117122 40 29
M A H chelberger. ...... nw of e%.... ........... 171221i 4 2 29
George W Wilmlia ......s% of ne% and se% of nw% 8117!221 8 39
il Gregory 19.S Ine% of nw%.. ......... .. 9171221 40 55
Philup ONeal.......... ne% of ne% of nw3%..........917122 1 1 19
Jeffe Hemnt........ .. .. *~ of nw % of nw% of .wW! 7122 5 101
J D Ibotm .. .. .... ..** sw' of etw% and sw of swW 11I 8071 39
Dr P B a.. .. .. .. ..w of w ................ 1 M 4 19
D Dana .. .. .... .. ...ne of t Cw% of aw ...... I21i 1 s $
J B Kent.................. nC% of aw and nw%& at 1se 2 1 722 S 6
W 0 oMne... ... ... ..... nei of sw'.... .... ....... 46 2
Nathan Mayo... ... ... .... lots I and Ssad n Slot 3 v-I
an's sub........ .. .. .. .. 1512. 28 S.
Nathan Mayo..*. ..... ...... lots 4 an 5 and s% lot 3 Ev-
an's sub.... .... .... .... 1 Is 28 1
W S West... ... ... ... .. e of e.............. . 2 4 2
MORberge.. ..... % of ne%.... .... .. .... 8 229
WHHMIam .ee ........ .... e san sei of nw%...... 179 26 64
W S Wat .. *. .. ..*.. %.... .... ...... ...... .1- M
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H A Wat1t ........ .... .... lot 4 bik 132 BeHevlew.... .. 5 1 10
A P Tate.. ........... .... lot 4 bUk 134 Belleview ..... 88
L H Storer...... .... ...... lot 5 blk 134 Benleview....... I 5 1 0
H C Martin. ... ... ........ lot 6 blk 134 Beleview ...... I 5 1 l0
B D Gre a...... ........ lot 7 blk 185 Belleview...... 110
Chas A Babb.... ... ....... lot 1 blk 140 Beleview..... I 101 53
Geo M XKimble... ... ....... w% lot 4 bik 140 Belleview.. I I 1 83
James Hamilton... ... ....lot 3 blk 141 Belleview...... I 51 10
Dan Peabody... ......... lot 7 blk 145 Belleview...... I I 1 10
Martha Mason... ... ... ... 722 ft n and a on a side of se I I
% of ne% and sw% of ne% i
less R R ................311161231 60 4 28
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... n% of se% of nw% and a% of I
nw% of ne% .... .... .... 3116231 40 2 90
Mrs H E Wiliams. ..... ... s% of ne% of se% and n% oIf I
Isw4 of ee% and s% ex ne%1 II5
of sw%..... .... .... ...... 31161231 160 5 3
Carney Phosphate Co.... .. coim at nw cor of se% of sw% 321161231
thence e 7.91 chs a 6.32 chs e I
4 chs n 19.25 chs w 1.91cs I
n 2.07 ch w l chbs a 5lchs I
to po b.... .............. 20.37 31180
Ellis Bros.... ............ lots 1 2 and e% of aw%...... 34 1231 240 7 21
Anthony Penled ...........lot 2..... .... .... ........134161231 2 82
Ellis Bros.... ....... .... sw% of sw%.... .. ...... .. 34 161t23l 40 1 92
Candler P and F Co.... .... nw% of sw% of se%..... ... 135116T23 10 82
Mrs TM White... .. ...com 2.58 chs n of sw cor of.. I I
nw% of ne%.... .......... 136116123
thence 7.74 chs n 5.16 chs w I I
7.74 chs s 5.16 chs........I I I 4 2 38
J W Johnson.............. comr at sw cor of nw %of ne%1361161231
thence e 7.74 chs s 10.53 chs I I I
s 41% deg e 7.26 chs s 4.121 I 1
chs w 12.60 chs n 20 chs to I I
po b..... .... .... ......I II 18 2 38
Mrs S A Chaffee..... .... .. com 7.32 chs e of nw cor..136116123
thence s 40 chs e 12.68 chsl I I
n 40 chs w 12.68 chs...... I I 50.70 2 08
Mrs C J Turney.. .. .. .... w% of nw% of ne% of nw%..3616231 5 1 89
/ B Hanstaw... ....... ..jne4 of sw% ...... .. .. ..13616'231 40 2 29
R C Middleton and Bro.. ..!swk4 of ne% ................. 1161241 40 2 60
T J Sellers..... .... ........127 acres on s side of nw% of i T
se 4%.... .... ............. 216:24 27 1 61
Rich Evans..... .... ........ n% of sw% of nw% ex 2%! T 1 1
acres on s side.... ........ i 2:16 241 271 1 83
Rich Evans for 1903.. .. .. n% of sw% of nw% ex 21% I
acres on s side.. .... ....! 216'241 271 1 83
Rich Evans.................!in sw cor of nw% of nw'4..i 2 1 f24r 2! 1 61
D E McRae.. .... .... .....nw 1of ne%'.... .... ......4 16-241 401 1 31
Phila Security Co .... .. .. se%4............ .......... .10 16124! 160 2 60
Phila Security Co.... ..... sw1. and sw% of sel4......1116!241 200' 3 03
J W Reynolds.... ........ .s% of nw% and n% of nw'! I I
of sw%4.... .. ............12 16;241 100 3 33
Phila Security Co.... ... ...-w1/.... .. .. ..............141624! 3201 4 55
Phila Security Co.... ... .... ne of ne%4.... ...... ...... 1516'241 401 1 07
Henning L and I Co. ........sw*'j of ne% ......... .... ..'15 161241 40' 1.27
Frank Moses.... ... ... .....i ei of hne% of sw% and s%_ ofIi I I
T E.sw% ex 21 acres on w end:15'16'241 79 2 85
Thos E Pasteur. ...........Ise%4.... .... .... .......... 15 16 241 160 3 73
W W Clyatt... ...... ..... le7 of swl% and se% of nw1!16:16!24; 120 3 53
A J Snell... ... ... ...... ni of se% ex 18S acres on s. I I
I side .... ...... .... ...... ;1616!24T 62, 4 85
T H Tillis. ... ... ... ..... com at se cor of ne% of se%416i16'24j
thence n 56 deg w 14.50 chs i ] l
e to see line s to p o b..... I 6 2 27
R Cooner... ... ... ... ..... nw% of ne% and n% of sw% f" i
of ne%4.... .... .... ...... 21Y161241 601 98
Laura. Meadows... .. ne%4 of ne%4 of ne%..........!2216.241 10 S66
John Meadows. ........... ne% of se% of ne%....... .22116*241 101 S6
The Fla Development Co .. aw% of ne% ex 10 acres on I I|
w side.... ...... ........ 126116124 30 2 80
Mrs W R C Barkliffe....... sw %of ne% .......... .....261161241 40 1 48
J J Matheson............ sw% of nwY%.. .... ......127116j241 40 1 48
R L Martin... ..... ..... ie% of sw%.. .......... ...28!161241 40 1 27
Thos E Pasteur.... .... ..... e% of nw%..... .... ...... !281161241 40 1 27
Williams and Co. ........... ne%.... .. .... ...... .....!29116124! 1601 6 59
Mrs T M White.. .. .. .. .. nw% of sw% of nw%.. .... 30116:241 10' 1 48
F Q Brown Trustee.. ......q sw% ex sw% of sw%4.... .... '301161241 1201 5 57
Ro'bert Marshall... ........ -om at sw cor of se% of nw% 31116:24!
thence s 30 chs e 12.50 chs nl I I I
26.24 chs to R Rn 66 deg w I I
8.20 chs n 29 ft w 46 lks n! I I I
3.16 chs u 4.59 chs s 3.16 chs! I I I 38 3 42
F Morrison...... ........... 16 acres on w side of nw% of' i !
sw i ........ ........... :3216:24 16 1 12
C W Quick... ..... ..... 'ots 21 22 Oklawaha.... .... ;32 1624' 9 1 38
:.vir.!eton and Bro............ < w of nw14 .... .. ........ 331161241 401 1 48
TI L Martin ... ......... .-.w1 of sw1 .... .......... 33161241 40! 1 38
Robert Marshall........... 7.7,7 ,'hs sq in nw cor of s1 of
i!'-.wv o.f sw .... .. ...... 3416 24i 5; 94
SJ H ....................... , w- ,of sv. 1. ... ...... 1624 1 19
H-nnin T- a Ild I Co.... ... .. ,,f .... ........ ..........: 5 16'25' 640 4 13
T-o'ieal Land Co Ltd.. ..... ,- 1,. ;i .of nw- and s '
Sv .... .... .... ... 7 1 2 2 .' 7 21
H n i T. a-1 I Co... . . f .... .. ....... ........ I1t 2 320 2 29
Troi l -iLn4d Co Ltd.. .. .. .e of Y1.
: f .... ...... t1 i :. 4 47
L P G.riags. .... .... ... .---.: 3 -S i -T sx--4 .... .... .. 1 -, f 2 .".
i. F o T.... .... . ...f -:- lt1 .7 ;f" *" ']1..... ... .. ] '7. '
A W F'-rt.. .... .... .... ...- .f n n r>a ... .. 1. . 17
N.-n.y ort.... .... ... ..... .. 1 :1. 1 : ;,-
Tron.-ial TLan1 Co Lt ....- ... .. .-. 4... . 4 1 27
. R Ba '.-:of.... .... ........ ; 2' sutb ft s- + i .. -; 2 '
in L n I Co... ...... ..f.. 1 ., 4 -155
T-~nga C. ............ *21-f.4. ..
H ^ in .. I and I Co... ..... .. _- '! ... ... : 32- 2 -1
*-I P i-- -< f s f f n .. 1 p.'
Si s.... ........... se .f .... ..f . 1
IT Grie'.... .. .. . . ...... ... .... . 31 . 1,4 .
!-t-iring L r. I Co. ..... .. i

4 r . .1I' 1' 4 74
S T P- ry,........ .... : .... ... ....... 4 7


W T... or rs.o... ...... .... ............... 34 719e: 4 4 17
i- W Pa.rker.... .... ...... :e of ,+'-U* and nw s, of n\1 '
iI ... .... ........ ....... :1017:19 SO 3 S8
1T-S "-Cn Morrison.. .. .. 'i ,, flr fn. ,f f s 1417 I9 2 .,
Chal"' VMnerif.... .......... ot f nli n of liver.... .. 231719 20t 1 10
M.-v T nderhill.... ....... ot .id ne4 of se,...... 217 ': 121 3 21
SZW RVval... ... --....... ~~,14 ,f n',4 or w, of lot 2 2 17,2, 2 04
Horne Norman and Co...... ._v and n, of se4 ex ni, of i i
Cr R o nwo4.... .......... .... .. 517!20 320 9 64
lark Ray Johnson and Co.. ne ............ .... ..... 6 17201 160! 4 13
T Roertson... ... ....... 1o and n% lot 2 of sw,..: 717201 20 1 83
IT A Thomas......... ..... s% of lot 2 ex 10 acres in s< :
Scor............ .......... 7 17!20 30 1 61
C M Whitton.. ......... .sw%. of se%.... ........ .. 7!1720! 40 2 60
Marion Naval Stores Co.... w1 of nw% ex s% of sw% of I T
S nw%.... ........ ........ 9i17120 60 2 90
Mrs Mattie Pascal.... ......sw% of se%.... .... ........| 917'20i 40 1 53
CM Whitton. ..... ... ... n% of new and w% of sw%l I I I
S Iof ne%..................118!17120 1001 3 98
PP Tuer........ ......... e of sw of ne%........118117120 20 1 31
J A Thomas... ... ... ..... .% of nw% and aw% of nw%118117120 82 4 76
Hornet Norman and Co......nw% of sw%........ ...... 18117!20 38 174
BHorne and Co ............. se% of ww..............1181171201 40 1 53
JR N'coy. ...... ... ..**.* sw% of nw% of ne%........ 121117120 10 131
WH Garney ... ........... nw% of nw% of ne%.......12. 1117120 10 1 31
IsA Seckner__........ .... sw of sw'.............. 221171201 40 1 53


Cornell and Hopkind .. .. .... com9 ches a of nw eor of sw%
thence e 10 te s 5 ches w 14
chs nS5cl30...............
CH N .. .. ......... ne% of w% of s jot 4...... 2
Mrs E Brigg... .........nw% of se% of n% of lot ..
Anna A Darwin.. .. .. .... ne% of ne% of nw% ex 1 acre
in ne cor an l acre in aw
cor....... ... ".. .......
F W Johnson.. .. .. .. .... se% ex 14.50 in ne cor.. 2X2
Nathan Mayo.. ........ .. corn 25 rds w cor...... .1
then n 4d w 16rdsn t
rds w 54 w 56 rds w A4
rds a 72.42 fis w 40'rds.... !
Unknown.. .. .. .......... e 5-8 of ne% of seA.... .... T22
R D Giles..... .. .......... sofnw% sad n% of sw% 28X
Joe Brooks.... .. ...... .... w% of se%..... .... ..........
A J Jackson............ ....se% of seW%.... .... .. ....
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... w% of ne%........ .. ......
Eliza Spndle.... .... .... .. n% of sw%* of ne%.. .... ..
Thomas F Brown ...... .... s% of sw% of ne%.... .... .....
H M Goethy and Co.. .. .. ne% of nw%..... ..........
H E Parhaan... .......... w% of anw' ex nw% Of a wt
of nw'.... ...... ......
F C Warnock.. .. .. .. .. .. 2e% t 26.43 acres in e r
B Barber....... ... ....** e% eOf swS and sw% t of
Henning I and I aC.. ...... w% at se%.... .. ..........
Thomahs Pasture.... ..-.. 'S tnw'a% sand aw af
% and s% Otf sw'.... ...
Henming L and I Co... w% se'%.. .... ..........
T H Harrison... ... ... o- 115 and 161 Wer Pak..w
Unknown..... .. ... ..... 0 a00 In sw ew mt m.o. I
Mrs P R Gary... ... ..... IO N.... ....... i
W C agSletoi... ... ....... st and t t 4......., J
J T Carson... ...l....... lee ~,vreat e a*eare
thalge *AT=4 a -su,- il
WeI w wl bow 84i eas
*to **1... *... *..[. .
W C Eagkm...... .......... emsat lab W ,Ar iAO as.
Iat bar W sit L....
]he 6'an M ed ob w II
w Ian efa a 1 e I
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B C Midt Co... ... e% of % -of 0 l


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of r w% ....... .... ....1717-23-
Solomon Roberts.. .. .. .. .. sw% of nw% ex10 a 17
Abraham Roberts...... .... chs a and s ons side of sw
_. % of nw% .... .. ...... ..121
John Deas..... ....... ..... sw% of se ... .......207221
Unknown .. ............. .e of se% of ne%..........211712231
Nathan Mayo ............ n% of se% of se% of ne%.... 324171221
A J Jackaon... ... ... ..... s% of se% of sw% of ne%..2411722
Unknown................ sw of sw of.......sw...f sw% of ne%24117122!
B Perry......* *** ***..... % of sw% of ne% of ne%..12911722
C B Perry.........** ... .. n 3-1 of n of se% of ne%W29117122
D Clayborn ............ .. e% of se%........ .... ....2911722
Mrs Alex Norris... ... ..... se% of ne% .... ....1....2.. !1'20 1
Mrs Alex Norris foP I.. s% of ne'........1
W H Johns.......... .. neW of ne%.. .... ..........211722
Madam Equiv l.. .... se% of nw% ...... ........1351722
Dr A P Snow.. ............ ne% of sw% ......51..
Madoam Eq ley.. .. .. sw% of se%5........ 1.7 22
George Wills .... .......... co 7.50 cs w of se cor of n%| I
of lot 3 ...... .... .... .. 117221
thence w 12M chs s 0 I
i R...., e 12 e. chn 8LO8 cs.... ..
JR WIon.... .* .*....... com 5 chs n and &W se eof
sw cor lot 7.... .... ...... 11723
thence n 2.0 chs e 10 chs si
2.50 chs w 10 cbsle .... .... I
Mrs Hattie Agnew.... .... .. com on n aide Lake Weir ave
6.70 chs w of e bdy of lot 81 1117221
thence s 75 deg w with ave
4.27 chs n 36 deg w 6.92 chs
Se .32 chs as33 deg e4.52 chs 2.
L W Smith. ......... .....com 7.9 chs n of sw cor of ne
2% of sw% ................ 2117!23
thence n 6.68 chs e 6.32 chs I I
s 6.32 chs n 3.16 chs a 2.136
chs wa 3.16 chs............ 4.
H M Gatty and Co ......... s% of w%.... ...... ...... 217123
W W Clyat.t ........ ... ... e% of sw% of se% .......... 2117 234
H M Gatty and Co.... ... .. e% ex ne% of ne% of sw% I I
and nw% of nw% ..... ...3 17123
F A Thomas ..............ne% of ne% of sw% ........31723
H M Gatty and Co... ... ... n% and se% 4.............. 4117 231 4
Carney Phosphate Co. ..... w% of sw% ex 8 acres........ 5117 231
Ri i alan ............... ..le of nw% .................1S1712S
I C E llmer n ... *... *-... . e- of s % 4.... .... .... .... 5117231
I C Elmer.... ... .... .. .ots o ad 2 blk 1 sub of ne% 1 5171231
S K Paulow.... ........ .. lts 3 and 4 bik 1 sub of ne% 51171231
M D Goldsmith... ... .....d lots 5 and 6 blk 1 sub of ne'% 5f17-231
N I Cook... ...........lot 8 blk 4 sub of ne%...... 51723
L w Kerran....... .. l lot 3 and n% lot 5 sub'0t o I
w.. of nw% ........ ...... 5$171231
SE Sherman... ... ... ... .. nin2 ot 4 sub w% of nw% ....1 51171231
Carney Phosphate Co. ..... sw% of se% ex 2 acres In nw I
1 .or.... ................... 117123I
A WV Williams... ... ... .... e' of nw'4 of ne9.... .. ...1 91723
Annie Williams. ...... ...... Ie of sw% of ne%, and se%. I I
AIe W.. ji of se% of ne%".........i 917'V231
Annie Williams .......... of of sw of of sw of nw .. 91723
H AI Gatty and Co...... ...in% ex se% of se%4 of ne% and I
SI w% of sw 4.............. 1017123 3
Vixgil Moorer... ... ... .... w' of s% of se% of se% of net
I! 4% ... .. .... ...... ....1101723 1
J I Matheson... ... ... ..... le% of lot 1.. ............. .11117231
Gabe Thomas.............. ots 3 and 6.... ....... ....11117123
R B Jones...... ... ........ om 4.86 chs s of nw cor lot 91111723
thence s 47 deg 30 min e 241
chs n 42 deg 30 min e 76 Iksl
n 40 deg 30 min e 5.50 chs n 1
44 deg30 min w'2. 0 cs wf
S5.63 chs a4.86 cbs to p o b..1 I 17.
R E Burnham....... ... ... w% of se %of lot 2...... .... 121171231
R E Burnham.... ....... ... com at Lake Weir at a bdy oft12 1i 2
thence w to pt .18 cbs w ofI
sw cor lot 8 n 11. 0 chs el
3.18 chs n 33.55 chbs e to Lakel
WA La nWeir Smith Lake to p o b..- I
W A Lane .... e of se lot 2...........e% f seot ..........!21
E J Steadman... ... ... ... acres on w side lot 4 ...... 12117 24
W C Covington...... ....... lom 13.28 chs s 38 deg 30 mint
w of ne cor lot 9 thence 50!
deg 21 mine 2.50 chs sw% I
17.50 chs n 45 deg w 107 chs! I
n 38 deg 30 mine 16.82 chs I I
to p o b.................. 12171231 3.
Heirs of W C Eagleton... ... e.4 lot 4 and 1.$314 chs e and I I
PW_ B"1rw on e side lot 6..... ...... 131171231

P W Backster.............. sl lots 3 and 4 ex 10 acres in I
SWill se cor...... ........... 141171231
William Young...... ....... ot 5..... .... .... ........14117123
I lls Bros............ ..... .. ne of ne4.... .... .... .. 1717123j
Ben Summers .......... .... sw,-of ne% ex 10 acres in e: I ;
cor and se% of nw% ex 10! 1
.- . acres in ne cor.... ........17i17'23
S Hal'... ... ... ... .... 1035 ft eand w by 470 ft n andi
Sin nw cor of ne% of sw'% I I
ani corn at no cor of swvi'
of nw%4.... .... .... .... 17 23
th-rnce w 590 chs s 24 deg w' !,
S.03 chs s 3.54 chs e 9.20 chsi e I I
In 10.4 chs e 4229 ft n and s ; ,
on a end.... .... .. .......
J Dillard... ..... ... ... -on f.)3 chs e of sw cor ...... 17 17:231
thence e 11.77 chs n 11.77 chs. i
w 11.77 chs s 11.77 chs...... ; 11.
S.,th;io M-vo. .............. -om at nw cor of Lucius' lot in;
blk I Dllard's sub.......... 17 17;23
thence in 50 ft to corn pt e, ; J
90 ft w 80 it s to po b.... i i
Ni th;:Ai Myo. ............ .:om 60 ft n of se cor lot 11
Summerfield........... ...'1717i231
thence w 90 ft n 38 ft e 90 ft '
3L s 38 ft.... .... .... ...... i
Bi. e... ... ... ....... e4 of se ... ... .... . ..171723
I..+mLin B D'Equivilley.. ....ot 4 Evans" sub...... .. ..i117231 11
Id inm B D'Equivilley.. ...j:om 35 yds s of na cor of se' ;181723
thence s 35 yds w 280 yds ni
35 yds e 2SO vds.... ......
Wilson Jones............ 35 yds n and s by 280 yds e I I 1
Sand w in se cor....... .. .1817i23
.I :- Newsom............ 5.78 chs n and s by 10.27 chs! f
e and w in sw cor of ne4 ofi J
Ii "s%........... ..... ....181722
Inknown...... ..... ...... comr 10 Iks s of se cor of S G I
Dillard's lot in ne%' of se%11831723
Sthence s 35 yds e 140 yds nl l
S35yds w 140 yds.......... i
Unknown...... .... ...... n% of ne% of sw%........l 8l72 2
Unknown...... .... ...... n% of ne% and ne% of nw'Sl 19 1~12 3
Nathan Mayo. ..... ..... sw% and se% of ne%........ 191 1 2
Aurelia Murray...... ..... w% of se% and se% of se% I 1.
CI r PIw of R R............ ..... Il17(23 1
Carney Phosphate Co. ...... se% of ne% and w% of ne%
ex 10 acres in sw cor and. I
se% of nw%............120 2 l
Carney Phosphate Co....... a% of %.e... ........ ....2 2
Carney Phosphate Co. ...... .% of nwS.............. 21j ll
Joseph Hectar........ .. e1-3 of sw% of sw%........ 12111
Jones Hectar.............. center 1-3 of sw% of sw%.. 211 *
WIam Nectar........... w 1-3 of sw% Of sw'......
Sarah W ams.. .. .. .. .. ot 4 sub of n% of %.,....
Jones Heetar........ .... Se 5 sub of n% of a%......
Wiliam Hecta............ et m b of n' of s%... ...
Adam Hectar......... .... ot 7 sub of n% of s%........ 2m
Mary Wison.... .... ...... lot sub of n% s......21
T W Backster. ... ... ..... ta 2 and 3 .... .... ...... 2


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Sand n% of ne% of swl147I24 801
S. .. .... ........ comn 1.44 el w of a pt 63%1 I
rds s of nw cor of ne%....1. 1671241
o- thence n 19 deg e 13.50 rdst I
n 14.20 rds to L Weir a 19 I
deg w 13.50 rds e to p o b! 1
W C Eagleton........ .... lot 6.... .... .... .... ....119117!24J 19.89.
I J C Porter... ... ... .. corn 9.60 ch e of sw cor .... 11911724|
thence e L49 chs n to lake! I I |
I.e ~w 1.14 chs s to p o b......I I I
SPC Buum. ..... ... ....e% of nw% of se%.... .... 21i1724r 10
l known... .. ...........se cor of ne% of sw% of ne%'T21117124; 1
SOW West... ... ... .......w% of ne% of se%.... .......24171241 20
I D Driggers.............. n%of nw%ofse%of se% and! I I
I n% of ne%' of sw% of se%&24;17124 20
W 8 Alop. ... ... ... ..... ne% of ne%.... ......... ..261!7124 40
W 8 Allop... ... ........ se% of ne% of nw%...... ..126117124 10
s Anna. Murrell..... ....ne% of ne%..... .... ....... 271171241 40
MMBetm and Bro .. ....... nw% of ne% and nw% of nwI I I I
% .......... .. ....... 28117124 80
i M J C Porter .... ........w% of sw%.. ...........1281171241
ohbert Robinson.... .... .. com 0S ft w of nw cor of ne%2 II
of se% ..... .. ...... ......129117 241
thence s 363 ft e 59 ft n 363
ft w 59 ft.... .... ........ .50
JMrs C Porter. ... ........ se% ex 30 acres on n side andil
lots 3 52 to GO inc Jerraldl
sub of sw% of se% 44 acres
to Adam and 2 acres to J Al-
len and 4 acres to R R.. .. 29 17124 113
IASme Jackon.... ..... .... com at nw cor lot 2 bik 1 S
Lake Weir thence e 81 ft s
170 ft w 155 ft ne along I
Front St 183.2 ft to p o b.. .46
flle P Sampson........ ...... w% of nw% of nw%.... ....301724 10
S T Mahaffy........... .....% of w% of se% of sw% and
w%ofe% ofse% ofsw%.... 01724 20
3 D Coats......... .......lots 5 and 4 blk 1 sub of.... 11724 101
SU3known................ lots 1 and 2 blk 2 sub of...... 3117241 10
abknown.. .. .. .......... lot 8 bik 2 sub of.... ...... 117,241 5
i 1Allen... ........ ..... lot 2 blk 4 sub of.......... 3117 4 5
SU1known.. .. .............. lots 1 2 3 4 7 8 blk 1 and lots
3 4 5 6 blk 2 and lots 1 to
Inc blk 3 and lots 5 7 8 b i
4 scb of............ ....1311724 100
C A Hedge........ ........ s% of sw osw f ne%......... 341171241 10
SUnknown.... .. ............ ne of n% lot 8.............. 411725 40
S oHemning L and I Co. ... .... all of ex sw% of sw%.... .. 51171251 600
D e Driggers...... .... .. ne% of se% and sw% of seA% 617'25! 80
S-nennt L and I Co... ... all of ex n% of ne%.... .. .. 9!1725; 560
J B Martin... ... ... ...... com 84 1-3 yds s of nw cor oft I i
In ne%.... .... .. .... .. ..!1717'23!
thence e 165 yds n 8.2 deg wli |
172 1-3 yds w 30 5-6 yds n' I
S352 yds w 129 yds s 524 yds t i 15
A Clifton. ............... se% of ne%...... .... ...... ..20' 2.! 40
-J B Chalker...... ... ..... sw% of ne%........ ......12171251 40
SA Clifton.... .. .... % of nw%~... .... .... ....1211171251 SO
S A Clifton for 1903.... ... s2% of nw%.. .... .. ...... 1211171251 801
eed uf Mills. ..... .....lots 1 to 24 inc sub of nWI I I
of nee%..... ..............2217251 3
NJ Green... ... ......... lots 25 to 40 Inc sub of nw% of
N ne% and lots 1 to 8 Inc sub
of lot 9 nw% of ne%..... ..12271251 3
Q wards and Co......all of...............-.... 2517125 640
Warren .. .... ... se% of nw% .... ...... .... 12117125 40
B Astin.... .. .. .. ..se% of se%.... .... .. .....26171251 40
Zj Warren... ... .... .. sw% of nw%... .......... 2717125 40
JMcRmewy.. .... .. .... se% oft pe%..... .... .... ..271171251 40
ryVandnIS...... ... .... lot 2 bik 101 HIgley..........3517125 5
Keith... ... .. ... .lots 1 2 3 4 bik 105 Hlgley.... 13517125 40
"8 PrI ... ..... ..... com at nw cor se% of nw%..1131171261
thence e 7.50 chs a 12 chs
S~w L2.50 chs 8 chs w 5 chsl n I
20 chs to p o b............. 13
M Stevens... ... ...... chse n and s by 15chse e and w
SIn e cor of nwA.... ......11317261 12
Arnoeld....... .. .....nwof sw% ex2.50e bs n and
s on n side..... .... ...... 24,171261 35
H Armstrmg. ..... ... lots 1 and 6 Maywood sees 13 1 !
and...... .... .... .... .... 241171269 15
A Angell....... .. .. ...* lots 2 5 and 7 Maywood sees! II
13 and...... .... .. ...... 24117!26 9
Poet .... .. .. .. .... lot 12 Maywood sees 13 and..1241171261 51
Schulse............ ** 2.12 ftn and s in nw cor ofl I I
se% of ne%..... .... ...... 124'17'261 3
Weatberel ........ne% of se'%.... .. ........'24!17126! 38!
SU.. ..*.. ..1.... 10 chs e and w by 10.2 chs nt I i
and s in nw cor of sw4 of ne! ! 1
S4.. ...... .. 24i17'261 12.50'
4 Disbrough* ............ se% of ne% ex 3 acres in nw' !
I cor.... ......... .. ...... 24?17'26! 37,
l isbrough* .... .. .. ....**sw of nw% ex 7 acres on wl i '
side.... ......... .. ...... 24'1726' 33:
H Armstrong .. .. .... com at nw cor of nel4 of nv. % 24'17 26'
thence e 13 chs s 10 chs e 5
chs s 4 chg w 20 chs n 4 chs 23
3 WIllams.. .. ........ nw%4 of ne% and n -of nw% 26:17 261 1201
and Co.. .. .... ....se% of sw% ex 11 acres on e'
a. ;I side ...... ............ .. 26 17`26! 29
*- Packahole.. .......... e% of eA of e/_ of se% of sw
,.... ... ...... .... ...... 26!,17626! 5:
and Co .............. Iw% of se of se%2.... ...2641726 2(0
and Co ............ *** of sw4 of se% .... ... 2 17'26! 10
Waren.. .... ... ...... w of nwi4 of se%4......... 26 17'26 20:
Warren......... .... sw %of sw' .............. 3f'17+261 40'
Warren.... .. .. .... w of sw% ....... ...... 30 17'26 40
and Gadden .. .. ..% of w4........ .... .. 3117'26 0
SWarren...... ... ..... ne% of nw% of nej.. ....3117i26; 10'
Warren ............... nw4.... .... .... .... .... 321726! 160
Jeh mon........ ......I ne %of swij and e% of nw1 33;17'26: 120'
Atnel ** ............ **e of ne% of ne% of nei4.. 34:1726' 5'
S .... 1 ... .... Isw% of ne% of ne%.?. .......'34,17'26! 10'
ev ......... 8 of se24 of nw4..... ... .'3417'26[ 201
Jahen.... o -. s of w1. of nw%4.... ...... 34 1726! 60
-....M...... .... se4 of se%.. ........ .. ....34'1726' 40'
Manner.. .. ...... ..i~% of ne% ex 30 chs e and w I
O C...... by 5 chs n and s in nw cor'3511726!1 651
Sand CO.... .. ... ~ of ne%4 of nei4 and w% of! I 1 I
and C.I sw% of nw%...... ...... 3517!26! 401
and Co..............jnw4% of nw4...... ........ 35'17!26! 40i
SWallace ..*.......... e of nw% and 4.18 chs n i !i
: + \ and s by 10 chs e and w inl I I !
at-Co ne cor of se4 of nw%.... .35'17126t 41.18&
d *** *...............*ne% of ne%.... ........ ..;361171261 40!
**+ ** *. ** .jall of blk 4 S Ocala........I I II
i *- ......... ". ail of blk 11 OS Ocala......I I I
S_*"** ......"." "'.w% lot 12 O S Ocala........I I I
JatwI 5 **........ Iot 3 blk 13 0 S Ocala........I 1
... ... .... ..........lot 3 blk 14 OS Ocala........ I
.. *. ..... ...... ..ot A sub blk 15 OS Ocala..!
.."" ..* .. .. ..... 75 ft e and w by 100 ft n and I
a--._. ._. sin se cor blk 16 0S Oceala 1
Sit......... ** Iotl 2 and 3 blk 17 0 S Ocala
..- '... ....... hn of blk O 8 Oeala .. .... 2b
** ** ** .... ****eem 25ofteteamr blk2SO
S*8 Ocalas thence e 25 ft n 11I I
.J. . .ft w 2S ft s 11 ft.... .... I
SOcala thence s 0 ft e 112 f
/_na 50 ft w 112 ft s 40 ft......
......... .......... % ot 4 f 27 0 S Ocala.. I
T-----** ** *. ** ** s% lot 1 Mk n O S Oeala.... !1I
^^Kay ^.... .......-liot oik 0$ o S oaa..... I
II- .. e ot h OS Ocala.... 2


-eo'.- .. .. .. .... nft8 1 and 4 bik 0 Ocala 1
mBW. .l***** ts 1 and 2 blk 6 S Ocala
*'.**1 blk 33 0 S Ocala...... 1
.e-os..O a.. ...11.....
.''" .... ..... ofik 42 0 8Ocala ......I
Tws.. let 12 2 bi4k 430 S8 Ocala.. 2
-"- .......... o75 ft w of ne cor bik 47 0
SOcala thence s 70 ft w 25
S40 ft w 18% ft u 110
.-....._ I. % ft to pb..f ...... oI
^HE^SJ " ............n% lot 2 --W- 48 0 S Oala8..
r.. .. ...... ..lotas and 4 4 S ala.. 1
*. ...........- lot 2 ex 2 ft n and s by 112 ft
e and win nw car blk 49 0
S ...... .. .. .. ....4ot 3 blk 49 S **
,.. .. .. .. ... lot 3 blk 451 0 S Ocala........ I
.liotbft610SOSca a........I 1 1
.............ot 4 bk 51 S Ocala.... ..
S... ........ e com 100 ft n of se oe blk 67
S0 S Ocala thence w 89% ft
n 28 1-8 ft e 89% ft a 27 1I-l
..rI ........ft .... .. ...... .. .....
26 ftnandsonwwideotloi I
S3 blk 40 OSOcaa........ 2
9 o 4 ** ..ot 2 ex 28 ft n and sons de
bit 64 0 s Ocala....... I
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SHPerry.............. ..In.. lot 4 bilk 19 NOS OalR..i
Rich Washington ........ilo 3 Snowden's sub blk 24 Ni

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S S SOrala . .... .
Mary Sanders...... .. .... ot Snowden's sub blk 24 N
Sa.... .... ......
C V McCoy.. .. .. .. .. .. lot 6 Snowden's sub blk 24 N!
SS Ocala................
CV McCoy for 1903 ........lot 6 Snowden's sub blk 24 N' I
SS S )cala................ .
Z C Chambliss............ s; lot 2 blk 25 N |S Ocala!
I MA Johnson............. 60 ft n and s by 80 ft e and wIl
7 in ne cor lot 4 blk 26 N S S
Ocala .... .... .... .......
CC CHicks .... .. .. .. .... ..79 ft e and w by 152 ft n and
s in se cor lot 4 blk 26 N S
O.ala............... ..... .
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... li of blk 27 N SS Ocala..
G E Gattis.... .. .. .. .. .. . ft e and w by 32 ft n and s| \
in ,,w cor lot 4 blk 28 N S S
C Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... all of lMks 30 31 32 33 and lots
2 3 A blk 34 N S S Ocala..
R B Sternberger.. .. .. .... h lot 1 blk 34 N S S Ocala..
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... fractl blk e of and adj n% blki
34 N S S Ocala-........ ....
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... w% blk 35 N S Ocala....
A Brown and Bro... .. .. s% and s% of fractl blk e of
and adj blk 36 N S S Ocalal
V B Colyer.. ............ lot 4 blk 14 N S N Ocala.. ..
Stephen Smith............ lot 1 blk 15 N S N Ocala......
S S Bellamy........ .. .. 70 ft n and a by 100 ft e and
w in ne cor lot bd n byl
South St e by Orange St NI
S N Ocala.... .... .. .. ..
T C Sharp........ .. .... lot 1 blk 20 N S N Ocala......
Mrs M J Townsend...... .. lot 10 Weston's Cent City lots'17'15'221
N M Allred.. _. .... .... icom 76 ft s of nw cor......!17'151221
thence s 80 ft e 105 ft n 801 I I
ft w 105 ft in N S N Ocala' 2
N M Allred for 1903 .. .. ... om 76 ft s of nw cor........'17'151221
thence s SO ft e 105 ft n 80 fti r I
j w 105 ft in N S N Ocala.. I 1 i
RETonge.. .. .. .... .. ..."'m at ne cor 40 0 S 0<-ala' | l
thelnce n 198 ft w 258 ft s ' I
T1' ft e 258 ft Dunn's Cent' '
a d d .. .... . ... .. . '
W B Goodwin. ...... ... .... -o. 9 ft n of n w cor 6O s '
(Oclat Thelnce n 1104 ft e 119 t
ft -s I, ft n 119 ft Dunn's '
S':nt .... .. ..... . .
Jake Brown.. .. .. .. .. .. com at nw cor blk sO O S '
S,,'tla thee n 25.5 ft e 370 !
ft s 255. ft w 377 ft .......... 1.
M3ary W Nash.. .......... comn .4,9 lks w of se eor of lot 13 3
S ani D :Iadd to Oa;ela thence I
s 7" ,leg w 2.32 chs s 47.2' !
In a,4,n1- said street to p o b
F E Harris.... .... .. ...... all . (a ;t . . .. . .. .... . .. I
Anderson and Hocker...... lot 9 blk 9 Caldwelfs ad Ocala! I
G C Stevens trustee.. .. .... all of lot 16 Caldwell's add! 1
Oc-ala... ........ ... .. ..I
William Young.. .. .. .. ..all of lot 18 Caldwell's addi j
O.ala.. ... ... .. I .
William Young-.... .. .. ..all of lot 22 Paldwell's add! I
Oca la.... .. .. .. ........ I
C H Dame.. .. .. .. .. .... corn 79.3 ft n of sw cor lot 28! I
Caldwell's add Ocala thence I
n 94 ft e 210 ft s 94 ft w 2101 1
ft ... .. ....... ........... I I
Mrs W N Estridge.. .. .. ..70 ft n and s by 140 ft e and
w in sw cor lot 29 Caldwell's!
add Ocala..... .. .. .. .. ..I
Mrs FPL Mayo.......... .. corn 21.07 chs e of ne cor lot! I
35 Caldwell's add OcalalI
thence s 3.16 chs w 3.16 chsl
s 3.16 cis w 3.16 chs s 4.91!
chs e 15 chs n 11.23 chs w| !
S.66 chs .... .... ... .. ..!
Edwards Bros.. .. .. .. .... corn 90 ft e of nw cor lot 36!
Caldwell's add to Ocalal
thence e 106 ft s 105 ft w 1061
ft n 105 ft.. .... ...... ... I
Thos A Yancey........ ..corn 140 ft w of nw cor lot 37 I
Caldwell's add Ocala thence'!
w 65 ft s 120 ft e 65 ft n 120! I
ft .... .. ...... ........ .. I
Mrs M E Harter.. .. .. .... corn 140 ft e of nw cor lot 37' I
Caldwell's add Ocala thence;J
e 65 ft s 120ft w 65ft n 120ft:
Vernon Clyatt............ com 7' ft e of nw cor lot 37!
Si',,lwvll's add Ocala thence! r
,o ft s 126ft w 7Tft n 120ft
Dr D M Smith.. .. .. .. .. cn s ft e of nw cor lot 3S' I
';illwell's add O-ala thence' I
s 224 ft e 210 ft n 224 ft w !
21s ft.... .... ........... ?
Heirs of Mrs Jeffie Bell .... corn 1.45 ths e of nw cor lot 39w I T
CaIdwill's add ,-pcala thence )
S1.47 chs n 3.4S chs.... ........
WV K Zewadski.. .. .. .. ..-co', IS t of sw car lot 40 : l
4'alIv well's adid <-cala thence I '
,v 16 ft n 2.1 ft e 90 ft s
117 ft e 1S ft 114 ft .......
D S Woodrow.... .... ..... lots 5- andl 6 blk 1 P.enj suh of !
blks -6o and 41 C'al.well's aid i
W B Goodwin.. .. ......... ot 1 and blk ? B.-nj sub of
t.!ks 40 and 41 "''lIdwell's a,'', t I
S .a .. ...... . ... .... 1
H B Clarkson........ .... .c-m 171 ft n of nw cor lot ,26
: Cal.twel's add Ocala......
William Young .. .... ...... 35 ft e and w hy 105 ft nt and s' I
Sin sw cor of ei of sw1 lot' |
45 Caldwell's add Ocala...... |
William Young .. .......... 130 ft n and s by 105 ft e and' 1
w in nw cor of sw4% lot 45 I
Canldwell's add Ocala......I
Unknown...... .... r. .. 100 ft n and P by 35 ft e and wl
in nw cor of el- of sw4 loti
45 ('aldwell's add Ocala.... I
D S Woodrow........... 130 ft n and s by l105 ft e and!
w in iw cor lot 45 Caldwell's!
add Ocala........ ........1 i
EM Howard........ ...... 78 ft n and s by 223 ft e and f
w in se cor lot 46 Caldwell'sl T
Sadd Ocala.. .... ........
W W Clyatt.. ...... .. .. cornm at ne cor lot 46 Caldwell'sI
ad. Ocala thence s 153 ft wI
S223 ft n 20 ft e 111.46 ft n 133!
e 111.54 ft.. .. .. .. .. ..
Chas W Torrey ........ w ex 150 ft e and w by 87 2-3
S ft n and s in nw cor lot 46
Caldwell's add Ocala......
Chas W. Torrey for 193 .... w% ex 150 ft e and w by 87 2-3
ft n and s In nw cor lot 461
Caldwelrs add Ocala.... ..


WImam Ro.... .. .. .... com 118 ft e of sw cor lot 47-
Caldwelrs add Ocala thencel
e 90 ft n 226.2 ft w 90 ft sl
226.2 ft... .... .... .... .
W C Galbrath.. .......... con 40 ft n and 152 ft w of se
cor of lot 50 Caldweirs add
Ocala thence w 52 ft n 130 ft
e 52 ft s 130 ft.... .. ...
C W Torrey.. .......... co 132 fte and 33ft n o
se or lot 1 Reardon's Midl
Town lots Caldwelrs addl
Ocala thence n 133 ft w 1321
ft s 123 ft e 132 ft.. ......- -
Mrs Daisy Brown.. .... .. co 132 ft e and 12 ft n of se
cor of lot 1 Reardon's Mid
Town lots CaldwelWs add
Ocala thence n 43.30 ft w 132!
ft a 43.30 ft e 132 ft.... ..I
SC Brd.......... .. com 69 ft n of se cor lot 5
Reardon's Mid Town lotsl
thence n 65 ft w 120 ft s 651
ft e 120 ft Caldwell's addl
Ocala .... .. .....
Rosa B Stemberger.. .. .... com 100 yds n of sw cor of Al-I
varez grant thence s 27 ydsl
e 49 yds n 27 yds w 49 ydsl
Caldweirs add Ocala......
0 K Uzzel.. ....... .. lots 8 and 9 blk C Oak ParkI
Caldweirs add Ocala.......
SS Saage....... ... ... ... ot 1 blk D Oak Park Cald-~
well's add Ocala........
0 B Howse... ........... w% lot 52 Caldwell's add
Ocala.... .... .. ...... ..

WIlliam To .... ....... lots 1-16 Buffum's sub of bl
55 and e% of blk 52 Cald-
weIrs add Ocala.... ....
D W Davis... ... ... ..... lots B'and C blk 1 Woodrow's
sub of e% bMks 1 and 4 Rick-
ard's sub of Jakmi's land
CaWldweirs add Ocala......
Standley and MIDer.. ...... lots D and Z blk 1 Woodreows
sub of e% of Ms 1 and 4
Rlckard's sub of Jac-kson
land Caldwelrs add Oeata...
P G B We .. .. .. .. ... lot H btlk 4 WoodrmW. .sb .o
e% of lks 1 and 4 aI
sub Otf Jackso's l=nd Cald-
Swel's add Ocala.. .....
M*T Neveinst ......... Ip Fand1.b *".W-
sub of e% taIks land2 i e-
irarI sub of ... adCaweirs addL OeaLs......


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Sarah Ward. ............ all blk 18 Cline's sub of nt e%
of nwA .............. ....11
1857 John Page.... ... aofbklS9nne'subone%
Sa of 1w%3.... .... .... .. ..2 I SO
H W Ward... ... ... ... ...% b 2 Cine's sub of Ue% .
S Iat of aw%.. .... ...... ....118st5t 11
2 41 L Gaey..... ... ...... *Ub.. k 21Clines sub ofne% 1I
Sarah Glymp for 1e-s ..-.... an orft 'curb.b oC e ie su o
r n I- aofnw%.... .. .... .... 18 152 1 8
Luey McKee........ .... s% blk 26 Cline's sub of ne% I
12 41 of nw%.. ...... .... .... 1182 91
L C Jackson.... ...... .... n% blk 26 ClIne's sub of neA
of nw%.....................1815221 1


DrucllUa Small.. .. .. .....



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con 420 ft n of se cor of nes%
ofnw%............ ........
thence n 210 ft w 204 ft s 1
ft e 204 ft less B R right of
way CHie's add Ocala....I
com 1492 ft e and 1352 ft n of
sw .... .... .. .. *....
thence s 52% ft e 210 ft n
52% ft w 210 ft.... ..... .
corn 1492 ft e and 1299% ft n
of ewcor.... .... .... ....
thence I 52% ft e 210 ft n
52% ft w 210 ft.... .... ..
com 698 ft e of nw cor of neMI
thence s 420 ft e 273 ft n
420 ftw 273 ft.. ..........
cor 109 ftw of ne cor of nw
% of neA.... .... ..... .
thence w 260 ft a 210 ft
2i0 ft un 10 ft.... .... ..
199 ft e and w by 210 ft a and
Sti nme eor of nw% f nhe%
I7 sIn s o new car Oef nwjA
corn 28 ft sof er w f k
12 N 8 N Oesla theme w 1
ft a 1 ft el ft 'IS ft
lot 9 Bfdeca" Okif t...
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2 90 C J Phillips.... ...... ... ... lot C blk 4 Woodrow's sub ofI
e% biks land 4 Rickard's I
2 90 sub Jackson's land Cald- I
well's land Ocala.. .. .. .- 3
2 90 Miller and McKean. ......... lots D and E blk 4 Woodrow's I
sub of e% blks 1 and 41 I
7 21 Rickard's sub Jackson's land; (
Caldwell's add Ocala.. .. .. I 5
7 21 J A Jordan... ..... ... ... lot 3 blk 1 Rickard's sub of
3 98 Jackson's land Caldwell's,
add Ocala.... .... .... ..! 3 20
A H Bradley. ..... ... ..... lots 4 and 5 blk 1 Rickard'sl
3 20 sub Jackson's land Cald- I (
weirs add Oeala.... .... .. I 4 I5
D S Woodrow.... ........ 24 ft n and a by 77.80 ft e and
5 36 w in ne- cor lot 4 Rickard's
17 97 sub Jackson's land Cald-
well's add Ocala.... ...... 4 20
F G Moorhead.. .. ........ w% lot 62- Caldwell's add I 1
3 20 Ocala .......... .. ...... I 11 51
Mrs F Likowaski.. ...... all of lot 17 S and D add OcalaI 1 14
13 97 Mary E Williams.. .. .. .. .all of lot 26 S and D add Ocalaj I 2
5 06 D Crown............ .all of lot 27 S and D add Ocala t 11 51
E C Smith. ..............all of lots 30 and 40 S and DI
536 add Ocala.... ............ I I 5 M
11 21 F W Biggs.. .. .. .. ...... w% of lot 48 S and D add! |
Ocala...... .... .... .... I I 1 1
5 3g William Young... ... ....... e of 5 and D add Ocala... | T 2t
11 21 F E Harris... ........... und % int in lots 59 60 61 andI
4 76 62 S and D add Ocala.. .. 7 51
Alice Williams........... .* ** lot 3 blk I Allred's add Ocalal I I 50
Mike Scott......... ....... lot 4 blk 19 Alired's add Ocalal I I 5 06
Miss E E Castlebury.. .. ..all of blk L Allred's pdd Ocala 7 151221 2 90
5 66 F Q Brown, trustee.... .. .. lots 23 and 4 less RR right off I
1 53 way blk P Allred's add Ocalal 715 221 2 13
506 F Q Brown... ........... lots 3 and 4 blk R Allred's addI I I I
Ocala .... .. ...... .... .. 1 7!1 221 1 81
Wiillam Young......... ... lot 3 and s% of lot 4 blk 2ri 1 6
5 66 aron..1 Goss add Ocala.... .... .. J I 3 20
Mary Dickerson.. .. .. ....e lot 2 blk 3 r 4 Goss addi
Ocala................... I 1 61
5 66 Mary Dickerson for 1903.... e lot 2 blk 3 r 4 Goss add 16
O ala .... .. ...... Go J I 1 61
WVilliam Young.... .. .. .. lots 2 3 blk 4 r Gossadd. 1 6
Richardson..Ocala.............. ...... I 2 90
had Philliardson............ lot I bik I r 2 Goss add Ocala I 1 83
8 had Phillips.. .. ........ lot 2 ex sw. of s% blk 1 r 21
RebeccaNewman Goss add Ocala..... .. ....I I 4 28
SRebecca ewman.. ........ lot 4 blk 1 r 2 Goss add Ocala i 1 83
I 14 57, Tmons.... ... ....... .*** s. of n, lot 1 blk 2 r 2 Gossi 1
add Ocala....... .. .. ... ..! 1 83
('has V Miller.... .. .. .. .. lot 2 blk 2 r 2 Goss add| 1 I I
7 51 Ida Small............cala... .... ............ I I I 1 83
1 Ida Small. ...... ...... .. lot 4 blk 3 r 2 Goss add Ocala I I 2 90
W\illiam Young. ........ .. .ot 2 blk 4 r 2 Goss add Ocala! I 1 1 83
S H L Anderson... ... ...... lt 3 blk 1 r 3 Goss add Ocala! 2 47
Fannie Baglew... ...... .. sq of lot 3 blk 1 r 2 Goss add! I
3 80 Ocala .... .... .. ...... ... I i18
A ( McKenney.... .. .. .. lots 1 and 4 blk 2 r 3 Goss add! I 1 (
926 5S Plater Ocala.... .... .... ......I I I I 2 90
11 21 narah Plater... ...... ..... ni, lot 3 blk 4 r 2 Goss add I I
Ocala ... .. ..... ....... 71151221 3 98
S91 Joseph Wesley........... lot 1 blk 2 r 4 Goss Add Ocala 7;1522I 2 90
Austin Jones... ...... ...... lot 1 blk K Dunn's N W addl|
9 06 Mrs L Maynard............ Ocala.......... ........I II 9T
Mrs L Maynard... ...*...... lot 7 blk L Dunn's N W addJ I I
6 91 Jam. Ocala.......... ...... .. I I 1
James Cribbett. ..... ... ... lots I to 10 and lots 12 and 14 I I
i blk R lots 1 to 9 and 10 to 141 1
; blk S Dunn's N W add Ocalal I 2 43
1 10|26 Nora Simmons... ... ... ... lot 5 blk T Dunn's N W add
Matilda ononOcala.... ...... ........I I 11
Matida Robinson... ... ...,e% lot 1 Dunn's N W add I
3 20 Ocala.... .... .... .... .. I I I 290
Unknown .. .. ...... ...... sw% lot 6 Dunn's N W add, I
C W Torrey........ ...... Ocala.... .... .. ........ 2 47
C W Torrey... ... .........nw% lot 10 Dunn's N W add
i Ocala..... ....... ..... II 1 40
A R Toph. ................ Iot 1 Snowden's add Tucker! I T
4 10 William Hokeragent .Hill.... ..................I I 1
William Hocker agent.. .... lots 3 and 14 Snowden's addl I I
R E B an... Tucker Hill.... ......... ..I T21
R E Brigance... ... ....... ot 15 Snowden's add Tucker I I
7 81 Ht i Hill..... .... .... ........ 1 T 721
Hattie Hampton.... .. ..... com 210 ft w of se cor of nw%! I
of ne%4.... .... .... ...... 18!15t221
thence w 210 ft n 198 ft e I I
6 74 210 ft s 198ft.... .. ...... I i 58
SC A A-Taylor.. .. ........ lots 14 and 15 Connor's sub!, I
1 blk 30 S Ocala.... ......1 I I I 398
T 9 96 Patsy Morgan ... ... ... .... lot 2 e of R RScott's sur Ocala I 299
J Starr Sternberger ........ 105 ft n and sby 165 ft e and w! I
I in se cor lot 5 Scott's sur' I I
12 11 Ocala.... .. ...... ...! ! 6 14
S William Young.. .. .. .. corn S5 ft w of se cor lot 91 I I
| Scott's sur Ocala thence w! I I
S5 ft n 115 fte 45 ft s 119 ft! I I 8 11
33 64 1V P Wilsorn....... .... ... 5 ft e and w by 119 ft n and s? !
in sw cor blk 10 Scott's sur i 1
S cacla.... .. .... .... .... t I 5 36
SM Dobbin.. .. .. .. .. .. com at se cor blk 10 Scott's; I
S7 81 i ur Ocala thence n 235 ft w! 1 ]
60 ft s 235 ft e 60 ft ........ [ 5 66
R P Izlar. ......... ... ..... swe- bik 2 Gary add Ocala; I 9 36
Isaac Murray.... ... ... ..... nw'. bl!' 91 Gary add Ocala I 7 21
44 40 Mrs Ed Brown..... .... .... corn 339 ft w of ne cor of swx 18 15'22*
th-rte w 70 ft s 110 fte 70 ft
n 110 ft.... .... .. ....... I l 2 43
11 S1 Flvoyd Sumner..... ........- ot 1 Mitchell's add Ocalai 1 1 83
C N Hampton... ..... all of lot 24 Mitchell's add T
S-.la.... ...... .... .... I 1 83
13 97 Floyd Summers... ... lots 17 ai, IS1 Mitchell's re-' I
vised a.,d O~ a]i.... ...... .1 18
9 96 Carmiehael and Son agent... all of o klot 4 S J Green's addi 1
Icala......... . .... ...!1. 2 90
Archio Jacobs.. .. .. .. ... all of ex 67 ft e and w on e! |I
6 44 : sire lot 4 E G Smith's add! ,
(bcala.... ... ....... ...... I I 5 36
LuLa Johnson... ........ 67 ft e and w on- e side lot 41 I
5 36 I Th rn. G Smith's add Ocala.... 1 I 3 20
S JHThurston. ..... ... .... e, lot 5 E G Smith's add1 I
Ocala .... .... .... .... .. : 2 90
6 44 Peter Ingram........ .... 40 ft sq in se (or of e'. lot 7' I
S! EG Smith's add Ocala .... I 2 13
SMunroe and Chamblls .. ei of w' lot 10 E G Smith's!
6 44 H u M u. add Ocala........ ....... 290
i Hubbard and MacDff ...... lot 6 blk 11 E G Smith's add! I
Ocala.... .... ............ 7
22 58 J F Johnson........ .. .. lot 8 Giles' sub of blk 11 E GI I
SSmith's add Oceala...... .. 1i 81
R B Sternberger........... lot 5 sub of biut 18 E G Smith'sI
i I add Ocala.... ......... .. 2II 0
u3 4 Mrs Anna Hanes........... nw% blk 9 Cine's sub of ne%
I I, ^of nw%.... :... .... .... 181622 X- 9
H C Chamf.n... .. .. .... al of bik CIne's sub of ne%
27 48 of nw%.......... ...... 1X18 3t9
E lw *.. .... .. .... lot 4 blk 17 dine's sub of ne14
I of nw .. ...... .... ...... 18 2 e
27 48 W H War*...... ......... lots and 6 blk 17 Cline's sub


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Ocala.... .... .. ...... ..1
... ... .. lot 27 and a% lot 28 bik
Anderson's add Ocala...... 11
Ocala.... .. .... ........
... ...... .. lots 26 27 bik 11 Anderv 's*
Sadd Ocala.... .. ........ 13.
...i. ........... lots 1 to 20n t bilk 6 West Bd
Ocala.... .... ..........
U m.. .. .. .. lots 1 2 3 and 4 bik 9 West
End Ocala.... .... .... ....
.. .. .. .. .... lots 17 and 19 blk 9 West EndI
SOcala..... .... .... .......
JT gigginbotham .. .. lots 9 and 11 blk 9 West Endi
I Ocala.................
l... .. .. .... Lots 13 and 15 blk 9 West Endi
.Ocala.. .......... .... ..
glnpsaon.. ........ .. lot 14 blk 9 West End Ocalal
rarrion.. .. .. .. .... lot 22 blk 9 West End Ocala!
gelm.an .. .. .. .. .. lots 11 and 13 blk 10 West End!
Ocala.... .... .... .... ..
Bal. ... .. *... ** ot 12 blk 10 West End Ocalal
n.... .. .. .. .. lots 8 and 10 blk 19 West Endi
Ocala.. ................
Cook.... .. ..... lots 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28)
30 blk 19 West End Ocala..
wards.. .. ...... Lots 6 and 8 blk 30 West Endl
Ocala.... .... .. ........
r Oste an...... .. lots 2 and 4 blk 68 West Endi
Ocala.... .. .... ..........
iTo.caletti.. .. .. .. lots 26 and 28 blk 110 Westi
End Ocala...... .......
....erger- .. .. .. .... lot 1 blk 131 West End Ocalai
- Hart..... .. .. .... lot 18 blk 158 West End Ocala!
(Cook. .... .......... lot 2 blk 168 West End Ocalai
Setbmitz.. .. .. .. .... lots 21 to 30 blk 189 West End:
: Ocala.... ............. I
EBruce .. ...... .... ,lots 37 38 40 and 39 blk 196.
West End Ocala.. .. .. ..
|CanSeld.. .... .. .. ]lots 30 32 and 34 bik 200 Westi
End Ocala.... ........
andford... ... ... ..... lots 1 to 40 blk 203 West End
SOcala ................ .
rI H Dumont..... .. lots 5 7 9 11 13 bik 208 West!
End Ocala.... ..... .....
orand G W Hedger.... .. lots 1 to 20 inc blk 214 Westi
End Ocala....... .. ..
oSrace.... ...... .... lots 35 36 37 39 blk 214 West
S. KEnd Ocala......... ....
Cale... ... ... ... ... lots 13 to 22 inc blk 215 West.
End C -ala.... .... .... ..
BR St Johns.......... lots 10 12 14 16 18 blk 219 West;
End Ocala.... .... .. ....
SMitchell... . ....... all of blks 228 and 218 West)
End Ocala.... ........ ..!
tmmnons.... ... ... .... lots 2 5 6 blk 259 West EndS
Ocala.... .. ...... ......
LRawlston... ......... lots 1 to 6'ine blk 265 Westi
End Ocala...... .. .... ..
Olendon... ... ..... .. lota 17 18 19 20 21 22 blk 275:
West End Ocala.... .. ..1
d.... .......... lots 1 to 40 inc blk 317 Westi
;!:-1 End Ocala.... ........ -
O'Bryan.. .. .. ..lot 1 blk 1 Silver Springs)al
Park................1
.. .. .. .. .. ot 12 blk 6 S S Park.... ..
L .... ..... ..... lots 2 3 4 27 28 29 30 blk7 S S
SPark.... .. ...... .......
................. lots 11 12 blk 9 S S Park....
5.-. .......... ... lot 1 blk 11 8 8 Park......
.... .. ...... ... lot 2 blk 11 S 8 Park.. ....
.. .. .. .... .. lot 3 blk 11 S S Park......
.. .a.. .. ... lot 28 blk 11 S S Park......
o "D.... .. .... .lot 29 blk 11 S S S Park.. ....
Mi.... .. ... ..... lot 30 bik 11 8 8 Park .... ..
art... ... ........ lot 17 blk 14 S S Park.. ....
.Xils.... .... ...... lots 3 4 blk 16 S S Park......
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F A Lewis... ......... lots 2 30 bk 38 8 8 Park..g
G H Kuhn.. .. .. .. .. .... lot 46 Ibk 385 8 8 Park......
Unknown.. .. .. .... ...... lots 17 18 blk 398 8 S Park..
ME Hall... .............. ..lots 13 14 1 1 17 1 blk 403
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H W Bruce .... .. ...... lot 29 blk 404 88 Park......
E E Lake.... ........... lots 13 to 18 inc blk 411 8
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T W Loring........ .. .. lots 14 15 blk 414- S Park..
J Walters............... .lots 14 15 blk 415 S Park....
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S H Baker for 1903.. ......I lots 15 16 blk 419 S S Park..1
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Guston Kuhn.... .. .. ....;lots 25 26 blk 449 S S Park..j
T W Loring.. .. .... .. .. lots 12 29 30 blk 456 S S Parki
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Robert Pearish.. .. .... .. lots 7 to 15 and 30 blk 168 S Si
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T W Loring... ... ... ... .. lots 18 19 20 blk 181 S S Parki
A Bearsman. ...... ......... lots 16 17 blk 497 S S Park..:
J H Shour.. .. .. .. .. ..... Orange Grove Tract 25 S Si
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King Whiste... ... ... ..**O;0range Grove Tract 44 S S
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Frank Ferman... ... O..O. orange Groce Tract 59 60 S SI
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H S Ellis... ... ... ... .... Orange Grove Tract 78 S S1
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J F Ross. ................ Orange Grove Tract 89 S Si
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F H Lincoln.... ...... .. ..range Grove Tract 91 S S
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J Waters. ... ..... ... .... orange Grove Tract 170 S S!
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S H Greenby... ... ... ... lots 34 35 bik 417 Leroy.. .. I1s11$(
K B Snyder .......... .. lots 2 and 9 10 47 48 bik 418
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E Leabone .. .. .... .. .... lot 3 bik 418 Leroy.... .... 191631
S Russell... ... .... .... lots 7 and 8 blk 419 Leroy.... 1916120I
S J Burrell .............. lots 7 18 bk 419 Leroy...... 2316201
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R D McEachen.... .. .. *.lot 29 blk 433 Leroy.. .... 16116'201
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O F Glover.. ...... .. ..lot 30 blk 437 Leroy.. .. .. 7116 20
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M Rhodes...... ...... .. lot 27 blk 459 Leroy.... .... 716120
D M Sween... ... ........ !lot 12 blk 460 Leroy...... 716201
W .. Kemper.. .. .. .. .....lots 25 26 bik 461 Leroy.. ..I20161201
NE Ticker... ..... ... ...lots 22 23 blk 466 Leroy.... 16 209
C W Irvine... ..... ..... lot 14 blk 446 Leroy.... .... 116120(
J C J Reynolds.. ...... .. lot 3-blk 469 Leroy.. .. .. .. 7161201
D W Turnbull.. .... ....lot 15 blk 471 Leroy ........ 2316 20
C White ... ... ... ........ lot 23 blk 474 Leroy.. .. .... 71620
E J Ley... ..... ..........lot 29 blk 481 Leroy....,.... 1231620
SJJ Elliott... ... ... ... ... lot 23 blk 487 Leroy.... ....123161201
M M Menzer... ...... ... lots 4 6 blk 487 Leroy...... 1161201
E M Small..... .... .... .... lot 2 blk 488 Leroy...... ..*: 1161201
M Denwall.. ........... ..jlot 27 bik 489 Leroy..... .. 116120
P King... ............ lot 6 blk 491 Leroy. .. ...... 716120
D B "ilchrist.............. lot 38 blk 492 Leroy.. .. .. 7161201
J Jacobs.... ........ ......Ilots 3S 39 blk 492 Leroy.4 ..I 1161201
J M A Michaelson .. ...... lot 9o blk 495 Leroy........I 16201
J J Jones.... .... .... .... lot 30 blk 500 Leroy.. .. ....I 716120
S L Wyner.. .. .... ....I lots 1 2 blk 501 Leroy.. .. ..12311620!
H G Brown.... ... ... ...... lot 16 blk 502 Leroy....... 3116201
Emma L Rice... ... ... ... lot 33 blk 502 Leroy.. .. ....23116201
C A Lamby... ..... .... lots 21 22 blk 503 Leroy......1 23 162
J M Hill......... .. ...lots 10 11 12 blk 504 Leroy .. 1620
Harriet E Walker... ...... lot 40 blk 409 Leroy.. ......171620
F G Hajack.. .. .. .. .. .. lots 44 45 blk 510 Leroy ..1 111620f
Emma L Rice... .......... lot 5 blk 513 Leroy.... ....12316120
M E Knapp.. .... .. .. .. lot 7 blk 513 Leroy.... .... 11620
L C Hooper.. .. .... .. ..lots 11 12 blk 513 Leroy.... 2361 20
J B Brown... ... ....... lot 34 blk 513 Leroy.. .. .. 71201
Hayburger. ........... .. .. Pilot 35 blk 513 Leroy...... 11201
C W Preston. ..... ... ..... Orange Grove Tract 14 Le 4roy 41
E M Hatton...... ...... ..... range Grove Trace 38 Lero 17 162S
E M Hatton.... .... ..... Orange Grove Tract 43 LWey 9162S
J D Jenkins ......... ..... Orange Grove Tract 48 Leroy 162
G H Whitnee. ............. OrangeGrove Tract 92 Lerry 91820
J Howler ....... ....... Orange Grove Tract 158l n 111 30i
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G W Gaines... ... ..... Orange Grove Tract 174 Lre 11n
George Shaullenberger.. .... Orange Grove Tract 214 Lery 1116


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Fir, LiKI g C sof Ot stiwSeob
sewler ainJanuary, eASS.
Wa Ma., MaE W .-The crime far
which Wliam Badolph was emect- i
ed today was I participation with!
GeorMe Cllm. who was h d last'
yer, to the kilig of Detective Chas. I
macelOr of St. LoNds, at Madolpha's
home, sear Stetatoa O January 25,
198IL
One month previously the bank here
had been robbed, and the robbers
made their escape by firing at the citi-
seas who discovered them at work.
After unsuccessful searches by posses
Detective Schumacher was assigned to
make a search for the robber, and his
suspicions were directed toward Wil .
liam Rudolph.
Disguised as a hunter Schumacber
visited the Rudolph home, situated in
an isolated section and surrounded by
dense forests, and as a result of the
visit he caused a warrant on the
charge of bank robbery to be issued
for Rudolph and an unknown man liv-
ing at the Rudolph house.
Two days later, accompanied by dep-
uties, Schmacher attempted to serve
the warrant The house appeared de-
serted, but the officers proceeded to
the front door and looked in the win-
"dows.
Without warning one of the side
doors swung open and Rudolph .and
Collies, armed with revolvers, jumped
in to the yard and opened fire. Schu-
macher was instantly killed and after
a running fight, the deputies were put
to flight but uninsured.


____" ll ni.n Rudolph and Collins fled, and were
*Ths is Liberty hall, and you may captured at Hartford. Conn., Collins'
saoke in the garden," to a maxim native town, on March 1. 1903.
wieh has become typical of ae sort
t boapitanty. Another version loa To Improve Trade Relations.
Jit bee perpetrated by a member of New York, May 9.--A dozen promi-
he early r i- ftaterIty'. nent shipping firms in New York in-
I wihsold theboot. h"t, 409terested in the export and import
to I doss hsbeMmIisn my m e trade with Argentina, Uruguay and
Smle ftt but ang-a Paraguay have taken steps to launch
.jltt car d ta tlhe times et om o, a movement looking to the formation
ngmlemtI at IT I a" naid I an N. f. of an association to be called "The
wa sded, It wi hbe cleared away River Plate association." The object
g ,* will be to aid and assist by organiza-
ti Uon and mutual cooperation the
,~- s r healthy growth and development of
Ow *momettdo Greeft wmeth C export and import trade between the
te' c! United States and River Plate coun-
An emxam 'L if tbntwS. tries. Co-operation will be asked
AnO a ea oe my T from all those interested in trade with
^A? ma t i I. Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.

A emuoem te .m1da... -to eso-. Tobacco King Near Death.
Who wfi uw s where to draw the Durham, N. C., May 9.-Unless
t-r t L' la I etybody'i there is a material change In the con-
M igmia. edition of Washington Duke, the found-
Engineer Cremated In Wreck. -er of the big Duke Tobacco Manufac-
Houstone, Tex May 9.:-A Galveston, turning company, now one of the prim-
ooston and Northern passenger train cipal branches of the American Tobac-
bomting from Galve-ton left the track eo company, he cannot live very
aacurve near Harrisburg the engine long. This afternoon he began to
atrning upside do near H and takingallne sink, and is growing weaker. He is
the coaches off. Engineer Frank Cox. over 84 year, of age. and his feeble-
ness was accentuated by a fill some
was cremated under his engine; Fire- moness ago, which broke a fimb ands
man Conway is missing and it s months ago, which broke a limb and
aleved that he also was burnead-. So, confined him to his room. Mr. Duke's
far as con bt he learnednone of the fortune is estimated at several mil-
ar as con be leaned, none of the lions.
far as can be learned, but a number
of them were injured and were Kills
brought to the city on another train, I Kills Wife; Attempts Suicide.
which makes it Impossible to get their gsta, Ga. May 9-A special to
names at this time. : the Herald from Covington says that
m___________ .Lemuel Walker, of Mansfield, shot
Three Counterfeiters Arrested. his wife to death with a shotgun early
Portsmouth, Va., May 9.-After a today while she was asleep. He
vigorous chase that led through sev- then made an unsuccessful attempt to
eral Atlantic coast cities, Secret Ser-I commit suicide with the rethaining
vices Oicer T. K. Land. of Boston. ar- : load in the gun, and in a further en-
rested Thomas Brewster, Charles Fair- deavor to end his life, sought to hang
banks ad Robert Slack, all of San !.himself in the barn with a plow line.
Francisco, charged with extensive He was overpowered by a son. I
counterfeiting operations. The trio mestic troubles are alleged to be the
were located In Key West, Fla., but' cause of the murder and attempted
thcy succeeded in eluding arrest an- suicide.
til they reached here. Land fol- *
lowed the accused men all the way to! Chinaman Excluded
the Atlantic coast, visiting Charleston, Washington, May 9.-In the case of
S. C-. Savannah, a-., and Wilmlngto, Ju Toy, the supreme court of the
N.C. United States today held that the de-
cision of the secretary of the depart-
ment .of commerce and labor is final


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the son of Chinese parents but claims
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States. His exclusion was ordered
after a temporary visit to China, and
he etook the case to the federal courts.

Hargis Released on $25,00 Bond.
Aexington, Ky, May 9.-Judge Jas.
Hargis, whose trial for the murder
of James Cockrill resulted in a hung
jary here Saturday, was granted bail
today by Circuit Judge Parker, in the
sum of $25,000 with John and Floyd
Day, of Jackson, as bondsmen. The
bond was made out and Judge Hargis
was released.

Heavy Rains in Texas.
Waco, Tex., May 9.-Heavy rains'
last night have again Itled rivers
and streams in central Texas to over-
Sowtng. Brazos river has reached a
stage of 30 feet here and continues
to rise. A disastrous overflow at the
present time would damage thousands
f ac res of growing cotton and corn.

Bankers to Be "Bertilloniled."
Malwaakee, Ws., May 9-Bvery em-
loye at the Fist National bank of
MBwmakee has been ordered to have
a lhotouugrah taken and one copy
tareda -over to the oecers et tme In.
stbatIm. In aidditoa to the phto-
Wmsl eOtain maImte t5 will be


WIFE THREATENED


Bar wether : eBives a Letter;
Evideady From a Crank

SAIL IS ASKED FOR ACTRESS1

Application Is Made by Attorneys for
Her Freedom With or Without Bond.
It Is Stated that Any Sum Asked
Can Be Made.
New York, May 9.-Lawyers reprc-
senting Nan Patterson have nUade :.
appointment to hold a conference wi..
District Attorney Jte 'ie i ite today
concerning the rt(lase of Miss Patter-
son on bail or without it.
Counsel for J. Morgan Smith and
his wife Julia appeared in the court
of General sessions today and asked
for an order directing the district a-,
torney to resubmit the case of consipr-
acy against his client to the grand
jury. The assistant district attorney


NAN PATTERSON.
at first asked for a similar order.
and then opposed it. Judge Foster took
the matter under advisement.
Lawyer Abraham Levy of Miss Pat-
terson's counsel, received a letter
which Bad been sent in the mail to
Mrs. J. B. Patterson, Nan Patterson's
mother in Washington, D. C., in which
Miss Patterson's life was threatened.
The letter says in part:
"I am sorry to cause you some pain.
but you will not see Nan. Although
she cheated justice of the law, she has
more to deal with, and she will never
go far away from the Tombs. I am
the victim of another, a woman, a
your daughter, and not only has. my
money gone, but I am slowly dying.-
Wednesday night if the jury had ac-
quitted Nan I could have shot her aS
she left the Tombs. If she was con-
victed, I could have committed suicide
as I have wished to for the last ten
months. But my na-ne will be famou-
yet as a lover of justice. The Ameri '
can people shall know that one man
had the courage to avenge Young'A*
murder. I write this so you will know
that am in no way connected with
Young's friend. Yours in death, Ar-
meddi Beaupartar."
Lawyer Levy said that if the letter
had not been written by a crank he
would regard it as important. He
added that it evidently wvas written by
a man who knew the name of Nal
Patterson's father who has been
known throughout the trial as "J.
Randolph Patterson." but whose name
is John Bartlett Patterson.


Fasting Wall Kills Mn.
Shreveport, La., May 9.-While pass-
ing Sprague street cemetery during
a heavy rain, Tom Smith, white, who
was employed at a local restaurant,
was crushed to death by the collapse
of the concrete retaining wall holding
the cemetery embankment. The man
had just crossed the street tand step-
ped upon the sidewalk when the mass
of concrete and earth fell upon him.
Death was instantaneous. The trage-
dy was witnessed by several persons
residing in the vicinity.

Minister Bowen Arrives In New York.
New York, May 9.-Herbert W. Bow-
en, American minister to Venezuela.
arrived here :today on the steamship
Philadelphia. He said he would say
nothing on Venezuelan affairs untit
he had reported at Washington. He
inquired as to the present status of
the Loomis charges, but declined to
discuss the matter. He said he prob-
ably would go to Washington tomor-
row.

A Youthful Grandfather.
Camden, N. J., May 9.---Isaac C.
Brown, of West and Clinton streets Is
a grandfather, although only 36 years
old. Brown was married at 17. He
Is the father of six boys and four
girls. A daughter has just been born
to his eldest daughter, who is the
wife of Edward Nelson and who, like
her father, married at 17.

Dynamite In Kitchen Stove.
idgemanR Minn., May 9.-James
Rfatr, a farmer living ea here,
Aput me dynamite with which he in-
tened 4 blow out some mmstum In
the kitkaes stove oves to tham. He
ths fmocst about it and went to town.
SrfUy atterwad =a explostaa wrecf-
I be2e-hse ad .sIhe b"s wVft a


insm.PVS EA~ TH .PENALTY P1ELD'


Cholera has appeared at Kharkofl
and one death has occurred from that
cause.
According to a Rome newspaper, a
fourth child will be born to the king
and queen of Italy.
A dispute over whether windows
should be opened from the top or bot-
tom, caused a strike of over 300 girls
at the Cooper-Wells knitting mill in St.
Joseph, Mo.
There is marked activity in the vol-
cano of Kilaueau, Hawaii. The flow of
lava is increasing and a rising in the
crater gives indications that there may
be an overflow.
The earth literally opened and swal.
lowed the $8,000 mining plant of the
Hoy Smoke, on the Ayor land south
of Cartersville, Mo., reducing that mill
to kindling wood.
Word has reached Poplar Bluff, Mo.,
that three men have been killed in a
pitched battle at Ten-Mile Creek, 10
miles west of there, resulting from a
quarrel over a piece of land.
Charles ]nerick, Jr., of Penn Sta-
tion, Pa., has completed a fast of 40
days, begun to rid himself of an ab-
scess on the left cheek. The fast,
he says, had satisfactory results.
The printers of St. Petersburg, who
struck Sunday, April 23, have won a
victory in their demand for the ob-
servance of Sundays and holidays by
abstention from work, only the Novde
Vremya publishing.
The health department officers of
New York are busy vaccinating 1,300
*pupils of a public school in Brooklyn.
One of the scholars fell ill last Tues-
day and his case has just been diag-
nosed as a dangerous case of smallpox.
Lady Curzon, wife of the Viceroy o'
India, intends to present a handsome
fountain to the city of Calcutta as a
mark of her gratitude for the notable
welcome accorded her on returning to
India after her long illness in Eng-
land.
Secretary Hay has finished the first
portion of the cure at Bad Nauheim,
and is now taking the higher grade of
baths. He drives, walks and goes to
the concerts on the Kur Terrace daily.
Professor Groedel say Mr. Hays ean.
Otion is satisfactory.

Thirty-Four Men Fell 1,400 Feet.
OCahinumet, Mich., May 9.--Thirty-four
men arroly escaped death in the
Red Jacket shaft of the OCalnet &A
a a minae. The cable attaMd to
Mte cae broke and the men dropped
L40 seet before the safety elate.ea
Aw -I. S.nverat- mm a wf ts- mi-


cMU tH IMTRESTED IN LAMOR

ThIerd A M Cs Ionventln mr 1 iih
ny ta ssai..
Boau.. May h.-The third annual
oavestion et the Charch Associatioa
for the AdvaI emeuts of the Intersts
t Labor., a organization allied with
the Eplscopal church, was formally
opened at the Parish house of St.
Paul's church here today.
Delegates were present from vari-
ous part sof the country. Since the.
last convention the national presfcenE.
Rt. Rev. Frederick Dan Huntins.on.
bishop of Central New York, has died,
and the delegates were called to order
by Rev. Thomas H. Sill, of New Yorh.
national vice president-
Reports by Secretary and Organizer
Harriette A. Keyser of New York an*,
treasurer H. B. Livingston stated .haL
the organization was gradually ext. i2.-
ing its work to diiferent parts 0o LeC
country.

Aged Ex-Slave Tries Suicide.
Battle Creek, Mich., May 9.-Perry
Sandford, the oldest negro citizen of
this city, an old Kentucky slave, at-
tempted to commit suicide last nigi.
at Nichols hospital by cutting h4s
throat with a jackknife. Five months
ago Sand-ford became paralyzed on his
right side. and was taken to the hos-
pital. It took him over an hour to
open his knife with his left hand and
his teeth. He cut a gash four inches
long on the left side of his throat, but
was discovered in the act by a n'urse
and was disarmed. lie will probably
die.

Fatal Street Car Wreck.
Chicago. May 9.-In an accident on
:he E!gi: aLd Chicago T.h;' Rail ekec-
tric line near Wayne, one man was fa-
tally injured, two were seriously hurt
and a score of passengers badly
bruised. William Murphy, a one-time
pitcher in a professional baseball
league, is the most seriously injured.
The motorman received serious injur-
ies in jumping. The two coaches on
the third rail line were speeding along
towards Chicago at the rate of 40'
miles an hour. Near Wayne, the cars
striking a switch on to the Illinois Cen-L
trial tracks and struck a freight car.

Yellow Fever at the CanaL
Washington, May 9.-Word had been.
received of the death yesterday at
PIanama of Robert t. West, of this
city, who was sent to the canal zone
as a deputy auditor for the Ishthmian
canal zone in February of this year.
Death resulted from an attack of yel-
low fever. Prior to his departure for
the Isthmus Mr. West had held an im-
portant position in the treasury de-
partment. He was 46 years of agze
and a native of Lancaster, Ky.

NEW'S TERSELY TOLD.


ing to block the inquiry.
Little trouble was reported at any
of the employers' company barns.
Unlike the corresponding time last
week, few persons were about the
stables. Even the Peabody Coal com-
pany, against which there has been
a special fight, sent out today eara-


yans of loaded coal wagons without
molestation. Police and deputy sher-
iffs, however, continued to guard all
or nearly all vehicles driven by non-
union teamsters.

One Life Lost in Shipwreck.
Vineyard Haven,. Mass., May 9.--
With the arrival here today of the tugI
Patience came news of one of the
most remarkable marine disasters in
the history of Vineyard Sound ship-
ping. The Joy line steamer Aransa~.
bound -from Boston for New York, was
struck by the coal-laden barge Glen-
dower, in tow from Philadelphia for
Boston, and sunk in less than 15 min-
utes, but out of 47 passengers and a
crew of 29 on the steamer, most of
whom were asleep at the time of the
collision, only one life was lost. Miss
Mamie Ke4lar, 27 years of age, resi-
dence unknown, was missing when the
roll of passengers was called.

Stowaway Escape from_ Ship.
New York, May 9.-As the Italian
liner Citta dl Napoll, from the Med-
itteranean was about to be docked at'
the Italian piers at the foot of Thirty-
fourth street, in the North river, two
young men leaped to the port railing
of the liner and jumped into the wa-
ter. Both were expert swimmers,
and in less than ten minutes they had
reached the shore. Scrambling to
the street they quickly disappeared.
Both were stowaways, and unless toey
are captured the government will im-
pose a fine of $1,000 on the line for
permitting their escape.

Union Telegraphers Meet.
Buffalo, May 9.-The Initial meeting
of the fifth biennial and fifteenth reg-
ular session of the grand division of
the Order of Railroad Telegraphers
opened here today with about 300 del-
egates in attendance. The question
of malgamating with the Commercial
Telegraphers' Union of North America
will be considered. The Order of
Railroad Telegraphers has a member-
ship of 45,000, and the commercial
body claims a total of 15,000 members.

Strikers Marching on London.
London, May 9.-A hundred picked
men from the striking army of boot,
workers atof Northamptonshire accomn
panied by a band of music, started on
foot today for Iondon to lay their
grievances before the war office. It
is anticipated that their ranks will be
swelled by unemployed persons at
each stopping place, and by the time
the metropolis is reached, it is expect,
ed that the strikers will be of formi-
Aable proportions.
RivIers en I ToNmS.
Waco, Tea-, May &-Afl tvers ad
eeks of central Toams wi we

r-e today atme e r haghm
siderable bottom hlads a' gg
Thess wOs snOMe &mAWse dis3eas

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Head Officer of Atlanta's Federal Pris-
on Will Not Resign.
Atlanta, May 9.-A dispatch receiv-
ed from Washington states that Wari
den William H. Meyer, of the federal
prison, who, a short time ago, seat
his resignation, has, at the request
the officials of the department of iuP
tice, reconsidered his action and
remain at the head of the big
institution in south Atlanta.
Mr. Meyer's resignation was e
count of certain personal interest.
officials in Washington, according
a news dispatch, were afraid that
resignation might have been tfor
reason of finding his present
an unpleasant one. Immediately
officials were sent here to to
the matter and also to ask W
Meyer to reconsider his actkm.


dispatch received last aigl
that he had reconsidered.

Divorced from Eighth Hba
New York, May 9.--Mrs. Mary
Crowther in the supreme OMt
ed an absolute divorce from her
band Thomas Crowther, a saloon
er in West Thirty-fifth street,
was her eighth husband. emr lat
Crowther's former husbands died,
she secured divorces from the
three. She married Crowther J
12. 190L
Forest Fires in Bay StatMe .
Plymouth, Mass., May 9.-A
fire has been burning in the
and towns of Plymouth, KingstonW
Plympton since last Saturday and I
caused the loss of many thousands
dollars by- the destruction of v
standing timber. The flames
forenoon were being carried in he 4
reaction of this place. Hundreds d
men were engaged toin fighting the
Street Duel Results' Fataly.
Terrell, Ind. T., May 9.--l a
duel here between Joe
a farmer, and Bruce Rberts,
thews was instantly killed. Mait
had objected to the aMttentim
erts to his daughter. Last
learned they were married sand
lag them on the public road,
Robert, frightening the latt&
the bride being Injured by the
-away. The father took the da- .
to his home. The father and ai&
in-law met at the livery stable.
thews fired at once and
turned the fire, killing Matthew ,--


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uWagonsM aysoi by w MovnIw en oun lodge, No. 203, which will be hel
arded by Policem Iove Along In Royal Oak lodge room.
Streets Unmolested by Striker. cr 'Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock the
Their ypathformal opening of the grand lodge
Their Sywill occur with the welcome addrefst
Chicago. Kay 9.-Today, the th.rty- es and responses, interspersed with
first day of the teamsters' strike, touud music under the direction of Professor
both sides prepared for an even moral Thompson. The grand lodge execW.
intense struggle (Luring the week to tive session will follow. '
cozae-the week in which President. Wednesday evening the grand
Roosevelt is to visit Chicago. i lodge will resume ,business in the aw
The committee, compoisd of Prof. ditorium, and the Rebekah state as
Graham Taylor, Towner K. Webster sembly will convene at Blue Mountaja
and William C. Boyden, appointed by home, continuing in session through
Mayor Dunne to investigate charge -Thursday, Wednesday afternoon fromi
of graft and blackmail on the part ui 2 to 9 the delegates and local Odd lV-
union leaders and of efforts to inc .t" lows will assemble at Oxford Lai
trouble on the part of the employers, park, where a nice barbecue will be
has made detailed plans for-beginning served at 5 o'clock.
the inquiry.
The merchants have made plans for' FEDERAL WARDEN WILL REMAIN


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more strenuous efforts to bring the r.e-
calcitrant team owners into line, and
the Federation of Labor, on the other:
band, has resolved to seek the in7L O"
mpnt of the officials of the Employers'
association for this effort, calling it
conspiracy.
The strike committee, which was te
begin work this afternoon power of
subipoena, and all the information it
gets will of necessity be voluntccr-d
The union leaders declare they will
submit volumes of testimony bearing
on the charges that the employers
have fostered the war by aiming to
extend the strike through a score of
trades.
On the other hand the employers
are not enthusiastic over- the project,
seeing no good that Is likely to come
out of it, though Chairman Taylor. was
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ANOTHER BIG STRIKE PENDING

Steam amd GaS Fitters ef Large Con-
cern Tbreaten to Quit Work on Ac-:
count of the Firm Discharging Two
Union Drivers.
Chicago. May 10.-Shortage in de-
livery of flour to groceries and bak-
eries was threatened by a fresh
spread of the drivers' strike today. The
latest recruits are the drivers of the
Wenig Teaming company, a large con-
cern chiefly engaged in delivering-
Sour for milling companies. All of
the men quit work when one of them '
was discharged for refusing to deliver
the boycotted goods of the department i
stores. The result will be a shortage
of 15,000 barrels of flour a week.
"Unless we can get the employers'
,association to help us out, the strike
means an immediate shortage in the
Sour supply," said Mr. Wenig. "f
the strike continues there will be a
flour famine. I expect to apply to
the association at once."
Another strike of even greater im-
portance impended today.
The "Crane company, controlling
most of the material in the steam fit-
ting and gas fitting industry, may be
Involved through the discharge of two
drivers who refused to deliver materi-
al at the Marshall Field building on
Wabash avenue. The Crane company
umaploys a large number of teamsters
who promptly sought instructions from
the leaders as to whether the strike
of the flour teamsters should be- imi-
tated. It was said that conferences
of the teamsters' union officials and
representatives of the Crane company
Should be held in hope of averting a
Snaew strike upheaval.
I- The Crane company gives employ-
met to 2600 men, directly or indi-
Seetly through it mills, foundries and

Wlioe the strike was today assuming
S a mre threatening attitude the em-
pilqe teaming company is becoming
a uemingly aggre ive. Today 1,800
team were sent out and the company
lo lmseti to furnish teamsters to do
the work of all drivers who quit. The
deltvry at retail goods was further
tendedd and the number of deputy
sheril and special police was in-
ereaed.m
Although surrounded by six guards.
nonunion teamster was knocked ol"
is wagon today and severely injured.
The victim was Joseph St. John, who
was attacked while driving one of the
Peabody Coal company's wagons near
Kinlze street bridge. He suddenly
found his way blocked by teams
maanae by union drivers, while rocks
Were hufled by strike sympathizers in
a crowd that had gathered. One of
the missiles struck St. John on the
S headil Inflicting a severe wound and
toppling him to the pavement.
The executive board of the Chica-
go Federation of Labor met today to
appoint a committee to meet the presi-
det's train west of Dixon, HL, and
explain to him the strike situation here
before the train reaches Chicago. The
a anm officers received Intimation,
o- wever, that the president did not
Swla to be met by any large number
of Chicagoans before he arrived in
Sthe city. The plan, therefore, was
abandoned.

A Astnmebile bestroys Iteeltf.


Portland, Me., May 10.-A large
touring automWihle just purchased by
W. Thua has caused mast excite-
t In the streets here and finally
ed Itself. A few hours after
Sboughtthe car it suddenly
. p aa from the roadway in
oatf his home on the eastern
boulevard sad at noon It whined at
top speed along the promenade, run-
alug over ad slightly g one
-an, meirang two runaways, scatter-
Sog people right and left. Finally
-the machine swerved to the left and
eat of the street and plunged over a
-foot embankment to the railway
traek, near which It brought up, a
total w aeSk. |

l-' Denver, CoL, May 10.-7T% Ameri-
Stock Growers' association was
last January by seceeders
Sthe Natitoial livestock assoeia-
began its Brat annual convention
ift CIty today. Addresses were
by Governor McDonald, Mayor
an John W. Springer, former
of the National Livestock as-
and a response by W. W.
president of the Texas Cattle


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Declares French Engineer in Regard
to Panama Canal.
Paris, May 10--The Academy of Sci-
ences today heard a communication
from M. Bunau-Varilla, former Pana-
man minister to the United States on
the solution of the Panama canal prob
lem by the new method of combining
a lock canal for the immediate demands
of commerce and a sea level waterway
for the ultimate requirements.
The communication says a lock ca-
nal will be sufficient to meet present
requirements whereas a sea level water-
way will be necessary only when the
traffic is three times greater than that
of Suez, 30 years hence. -A lock ca-
nal ample to meet all requirements
can be built in four years. This
would have a summit level of 130 feet
and be so constructed as to be readily
transferred into a sea level waterway.
The transformation would cover seven
years additional work without any in-
terruption of traffic for the work of
transformation.

9-R=m6y Car Kills Man.
Nashville, Tenn., May 106-A heavily
loaded gravel ear ea the street railway
here this aternoom became unmaage-
able ad ra away down a steep hill,
enlegC with several vehicles. John
ihas J aUaed, h ad patsed an
vehfbes. rmas dmbel killed, and D.
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Wit Terriffic Force.

ACTUAL CASUALTIES NOT KNOWN

Many of the Victims Were Killed as
They Lay Asleep-Aid Has Been
Asked by Citizens of Marquette,
Kars., from Other Towns and Cities.


OW Col., May 10.-The presi-
atal special traian ,onsiting oft a
baggage ar, buffet car, deeper, pri-
vate cap a the general manager of
the road, and the president's private
Car "Rocket" pulled by one of the new
master engines, left the union depot
here over the Union Pacific railroad
for Chicago promptly at 7 o'clock this
morning. The curtains In the press :-
dent's private car were closely drawn
and all was quiet within. Quite a
crowd had assembled at the station to
see the president off, but no demon-
stration was made.
The huge engine was piloted by En-
gineer Hockenberger, and was in th:_-
charge of Conductor Clark. The en-
gine itself was literally smothered in
decorations.
Preceding the president's special
train by ten minutes went the custo-
mary pilot train. Track walkers and
inspectors were ordered out at day-
light all along this division on th"
Union Pacific and every precaution
was taken to insure the president '
safety.

SEVERAL LIVES LOST IN SQUALLS

New York Harbor and Vicinity Arc
the Scenes of Many Casualties.
New York, :.ay 9.-Sevvral live:-
were lost and many more Endangere(:
in a series of squalls which swep:
over the sound and rivers about New
York, develo:grg the first boating cas-
ualties of the s ason.
There were many accidents on tht-
Bay and on the rivers, but in mosr
cases the amateur sailors were near
shore and were rescued without seri-
ous injury.
The sloop Robiston was capsized op-
posite Ofe Hundred and Fifty-second
street in the Hudson. She had on
board eight expert sailors when struck
by the squall. Captain Henry As-
blant, the owner of the boat, with hi-.
brother, Louis, were In charge, the six
men with them being all good awyn-
mers. The squall caught the craft
with all sails spread, however, and be
fore any action could be taken the
mainsail was slapping the water and
seven of the men had been thrown
overboard.

NEW ORLEANS APPRAISER DEAD

General Algernon S. Badger Dies at
an Advanced Age.
New Orleans, May 10.-General Al-
gernon S. Badger. United States ap-
raiser for New Orleans, is dead. aged
65. He was born in Boston. When
the civil war began he enlisted in th
Sixth Massachusetts volunteers, their.
became an officer in the Tgwenty-sixt
regiment and was with the first troops
sent to New Orleans after its f:
At the close of the war General Badger
remained in New Orleans. He was
in command of the Metropolitan police
in the battle of the 14th of Setember.
1874, when Governor Kellogg was over-
thrown, and was seriously wounded in
the fight. In 1878 he was made post-
master and thereafter was collector
of customs and later appraiser.

'Frisco Buys Tennessee Central..
Nashville, May 10-A dispatch
to the Banner from Harriman, Tenn.,
says that it Is reported here that the
'Frisco system has in reality taken on
the Tennessee Central, and that an
extension of the line from Harriman
to Tellico Plains, Tenn., will be one of
the first moves on the part of the big
system. The new system -will be
known as the Tennessee and Atlantic.
and the propose dextension will pas
Through a section rich in coal, iron
and timber. The route will probably
lead from Harriman to Kingston,.
Tenn., and thence to Sweetwater and
Madisonville, Tenn., on the Tellico
Plains.


was blown away and a number of res-
idences In various parts of the city
was badly damaged, while trees in and
near the city were blown down and
considerable minor damage was done.
England's Treaty with Cuba.
Havana, May 10.-The effort of
Great Britain to secure a favored n-
tiom treaty with Oaba has ended by
Secretary of State OTarrmf and Mina-
ister Carde. signing a treaty of friend-
shp and commerce from whih a fa-
vored nation clams orffe y Gre t at
Britainad been -expunged. The treaty
had bees pending fr maoe than a


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Marquette, Kan.. May 10-1Many per-
sons were killed, a score or two otiiers
injured and a part of the resitenc,
portion of Marquette was deinmoshed
by a tornado that -t -qyi this place at
midnight last night. The number of
dead is estimated at 20, but o-Aing to
the confusion following the storm, it
will be some time before the actua.
casualties are known.
The Swedish Luthern and Metho-
dist churches and the opera house
block were wrecked and dozens of
residences razed to the ground. The
business portion escaped with slight
damage.
Aid was asked of other, towns and
physicians were sent from Salina and
many nearby places.
The otrnado struck the southern
end of the town and cut a clean swath
one hundred yards in width through
its entire length. Coming, as it did,
at midnight, the people were caught
without a moment's warning. A
heavy rainstorm had preceded the
wind, and after the tornado passed, a
scene of complete desolation followed.
The tornado struck the southern
with great force, wrought its terrible
havoc within a few minutes' time and
continuing into the rich farming coun-
try north of Marquette, caused fur-
ther damage.
In Marquette many residences were
completely demolished, the wreckage
being carried away entirely, while
others were picked up bodily, moved
a short distance away, and dropped to
earth.
Many of the victims were killed as
they lay asleep; others maimed an-,
bleeding awoke to find themselves bur-
ied in the wreckage of their former
homes.
Following the storm came a lull.
Soon the cries of injured and frig--.
ened people could be heard on every
hand. Men with lanterns appeared
here and there among the wreckage
and as quickly as possible the work
of rescue was begun.
Progress was slow because of the
darkness, and it was sometime be
fore anything like a systematic effort
could be made to remove the injured,
and before aid was asked of neighbor-
ing towns.
Marquette is a town of 1,500 in Mc-
Pherson county. It is in the exact
center of Kansas, and in the richest
farming country in the state.
When daylight broke over the town
it found the entire population in a
state of panic. Business was entirely
suspended and every one who escaped
injury turned his attention towards
aiding the wounded.
The tornado formed 3 miles south of
Marquette and did not spend its force
until it had passed many miles north
of the town. In Marquette the resi-
dence portion west of the main street
suffered the principal damage. The
houses in the course of the tornado
were all, w:th two or three exceptions,
completely wrecked.
Early today a representative of the
Associated Press made the rounds of
the different places. In one room in
the Lutheran parsonage he found six
injured, and in an adjoining room were
five corpses. In half a dozen other
houses similar scenes were found. Dr.
Lund, the Lutheran pastor, passed
about among, the suffering, administer-
ing to their comfort, while two-score
other persons, working under his di-
rection, cared for the injured at other
points.
When the missing in Marquette had
been pretty thoroughly accounted for,
the searchers directed their attention
to the surrounding country. Soon half
a dozen wagon loads of dead and in-
-ared had been brought to town from
the district adjoining it on the south.
The sufferers tell of many narrow
escapes from death.
Severe Storm "at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, 0., May 10-Reports re
ceived today indicate that the dam-
age from the wind and rainstorm
which struck this neighborhood late
yesterday was more severe than at
first indicated. In this city Trinity
Methodist church, which was recently
repaired and redecorated was unroofed
and otherwise damaged. The steeple
of the Cumminsville Lutheran church


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PAT C OWE RETURN

-AMsp d K maper of Cefty bey Is
Back In Omha.
Omaha, Neb., May 10.-Pat Crowe,
the alleged kidaaper of Edward (ud-
ahy, swn of the wealthy packer uf
Omaha, and for whose arrest rewardI
aggregating $50,000 have at difft-e*nt
times been offered, walked into the
office of the World-Herald, accompa-
nied by Thomas O'Brien, proprieor
of the Henshaw hotel.
Crowe telephoned to the World-Her-
ald of his presence in the city and
said that he would call zkthe new:
paper office. A short timn afterwar,-
,he appeared, in company with O'Brien.
Crowe then told of his wanderings
since he left Omaha four years ago.
He said that he had served in th
Boer war. fighting with the Boers. H.
returned to this country after the war
and had lived continually, accordl-;
to his statement. quietly in a south
side flat in Chicago. He said he hn !
been in Chicago nearly three years and
that he has visited Omaha on three
occasions.
As to the Cudahy kidnapping case
he declined to deny or admit his guilt.

TOBACCO KING PASSES AHAY.

Founder of Duke of Durham Tobacco
Factory Succumbs to Death.
Durham. N. C., May 1----Washington
Duke. the millionaire tobacco manufac-
turer and founder of what is now the
American Tobacco company, died at
his residence here after a protracted
illness. at the age of 84 years.
Some months ago Mr. Duke fell
and broke a limb. and since that time
had been confined to his room. His
death was hastened by a complication
of ailments. With him when he
died were his three sons, Brodie L.
Duke, of Durham; J. B. Duke, presi-
dent of the American Tobacco com-
pany, and B. N. Duke. also of New
York.
The career of Washington Duke Is
remarkable, in that he and his three
sons rose from poverty to the posses-
sion of fortunes estimated at several
million each, within a period of some
forty years.

Will Establish State Line.
Atlanta, May 10.-After 18 years
there is now a possibility that the dis-
puted boundary line between Georgia
and Tennessee across Lookout moun-
tain may be settled. Governor Terrell
has received a communication from
Governor Cox. of Tennessee, stating
that the Tennessee legislature, which
has just adjourned,, has passed an
act providing for the appointment of
three commissioners to meet a like
number from Georgia and run the
disputed boundary line between Da%.
county, Georgia, and Hamilton and
Marion counties. Tennessee. This dis-
puted boundary line runs right across
Lookout mountain.

Lost $8,850 on Way to Bank.
New York, May 10.-On discovering
she had lost $8,850 on her way to
bank, Mrs. Mary Slavin of 57 South
Sixth street. Williamsburg. dropped
in a faint in front of the cashier's
window at the Williamsburg Savings
bank. Broadway and Driggs avenue,
and Is now at the Eastern District
hospital, Brooklyn, where the doctors
are trying to save her life. Mrs. Sla-
Tin passes from one swoon to another.
Crowds of men and boys are search-
ing the streets of Williamsburg in the
hope of Snding the missing money.

Will Defy the Tobacco Trust.
Wilmington, N. C., May 10.-The to-
bacco growers of North Carolina are
deciding to establish factories in the
state for the purpose of defying the
alleged tobacco trust. Subscription
books for a factory in Madison were
opened with a proposed $90.000 capi-
tal and over 50 per cent of the amount
was subscribed in an hour. Another
factory will be built at Rocky Mount.
in eastern North Carolina, and the
movement has practically the backing
of the entire tobacco growing belt of
the state.


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Colon, May 10-'The steamship Segu-
ranca has sailed from this port for
New York with a large number of pas-
sengers, over 30 late employes of the
canal commission going home in con-
sequence of discontent with conditions
on the Isthmus. The rainy season
has set in, hindering the work of bush
cutters back of the town, which will
remain swampy till January unless
filled up before that time.
AUCKLAND IMPORTS INCREASED.

American Consul Just Returned from
that Country.
San Francisco, May 10.-The Amer-
ican consul general at Auckland, N. Z..
Frank Dillingham, has arrived here on
a vacation trip. He has been the
American representative in Auckland
for eight years. During that time
American imports there have increased
in value from $1,000,000 to $8,000,000.
"Just how New Zealand's tariff will
affect American imports into that
country, I am not prepared to say," re-
marked Mr. Dllilngham. "Under the
new tariff anglaad is given a distinct
advantage over all other foreign coun-
tries. Still New Zealand will have
to buy heavily fom the United States.
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S a the prgres of t protheibitary
the lasee-Unouh dgavenied

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dand roPa to see anything
4 smmaiatbli in his moe fortuonate
|Sxlwal, a~Me.HO Napoleon B. Browar
Ibmew-Union has been unstint-
n Ms praise of the governor and
Shas loyally held up his. hands in
S r e mallg the meaurme he has pro-

SYhe poaley of the T.-U. is not giv-
Sfactionalism any roomfor growth;
and, Indeed, all signs point to the
:oa tiat it has had its last inning in

Its death has come none too soon.

SSea.str loest asd Ssaday ass SaU.
f In ciangi the bill prohibiting
me ball, bowling alleys and shing
Ia _2Sundays Senator Blmont of Es-
egsntbia county said he denied the
uight, o the legislature to require the
Vialmority to accept the views of the
ms oooy O morality and religion.
.re amade an eloquent appeal for the
Srigbt of the Individual to act in ac-
eauodamee with the dictates of his own
*' ience. "Do these senators de-
Salre to say which shall constitute the
e xligiaon of the people of Escambiat'

Sfeer TTo This Eweait. *
ibis evening from five to ten
| eb~ o at the armory the ladies of
So am Mision society of the
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2Tki, May .1-The Jui hopes that
rae will cease her flagrant and de-
h0mtisbreaches of her pledges at
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the danger Jma a-aneseanter-

The lM msa sas what ew&cht later-
sat In Russia is mores 0 a smancial
and economical chealeter, than politi-
el, and that the alliance between the
countries has ceased to be ot any prac-
ticsl' beneft in Nrope. It expresses.
the belief that France is upholding be-
cause her homor is pledged diploatic
ally.

Russians Ordered to Move On.
Saigon, Cochin China, May 11.-The
Russian cruiser Jemtschug and the
Russian auxiliary cruis-r Rion belong-
lJg to Admiral Rajeoivensky's squad-
ron arrived off Cape St. James,, near
here, during the nig't of May 8, and
left yesterday morning at the request
of the governor of French Indo China.
These cruisers which brought in-
structions for Rear Admiral Neboga-
toE, anchored 2 or 4 miles off shore.
A heavy sea was running, exposing a
good deal of the warships hulls which
were quite free from barnacles or sea-
weed. The ships appeared to have un-
ususally large crews and the men all
seemed in good health.
The main Russian squadron is said
to be well provsioned, but are short
of tobacco and cigars.
It is considered, likely here that Ne.
bogatoR's division has already passed
the eape.
The hospital ship Kostroma whose
arrival here was announced May 8,
sailq May 12.

Japa Orders New Battleships.
Tbklo, May 11.-The reports that Ja-
pan plans to order the construction of
two battleships and six large cruisers
abroad are renewed.
The representatives of English naval
construction companies are here en-
deavoring to secure the orders, but it
is doubtful if the government has
reached any decision in the matter.

Men for Fifth Division.
Frankfort, May 11.-The Frankfort
Zeltung today says it has received ad-
vices from Hamburg to the effect that
agents of the Russian, government
have completed arrangements through
the society of German captains and
officers of the commercial marine for
the enlistment of officers and crews.
for transport ships which are to ac-
company the fifth division of the Rns-
sian second Pacific squadron to Jarest.
They will proceed to IUba in the Baltic
sea.

Jews and Christians Fight.
St Petersburg, May 11.-No further
details have reached here from Zhito-
mir. the scene of the recent attacks
of Orthodox Christians on Jews. It
*9 asserted that a fortnight before
the disorders, proclamations were
spread calling on the Christians to
beat the Jews. When these procla-
mations were spread calling on the
Christians to beat the Jews. When
these proclamations were shown lothe
mayer of Zhitomir, the latter declared
them to be stupid and said there was
as omsimo hor alarm.
At the ministry of the Interior it is
saM that M. Bhailan stat urgent ft-
struatim the aght oa May 8, to Zit.-
emir ordering the authorities there to
protect the Jews and to prevent disor.-

ike creditor of M. Kromseven, the
former edter 01 the Deewahayets,
has levied en his emper, Tihe fared,
reeetly establsed at Kisa te.
-mrhs' Man- He WeiM Rob.
tmesvalle, Ky., Mar 11.-James T.
Moram, a taslor, had a battle at his
home with a burglar. and while the
Intruder did not succeed In robbing
Mr. Moran, the thief lost a pair of
costly diamond cu buttons. In the
scum. between the men Mr. Moras
striped the house-breaker' vest fro
ia beody, and in one of the packets the
iewery was found.

Nege lUed Resisting Arrest.
Iaksvlfe, Tea.. May U.-W-le re-
siting arrest Tom Ray., a aewn, was


-abt and kiled by Patrolma J. K.
Bradhfe. bm the odee imdeitsok
arrest or, the itt ened him
nhmda av ld emm! aes
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ang ot aown to the samiewak tto-
sehsr. The ewper hde dawa hs
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Rassian Warships ast Leave
French Waters.

ROJESTVNESKY BROKE PROMISE

St. Petersburg Authorities Do Not Re-
gard Japanese Claim Against France
For Alleged Breach of Neutrality
Very Seriously.a
Paris, May 10.--Orders have been
sent to the civil and naval authorities
in French Indo China not to permit
the Junction within French waters of
the Russian naval forces under Admir-
al Nebogto.E Instructions have al-
ready been sent to Admiral DeJon-
queries, the French naval commander,
to see that Rojestvensky fully ob-
serves the promise he has given to
leave Irench watra. Thse orders re.
aslted from the receipt of a detailed
dispatch giving an account of Admiral
deJonqueries meeting with Rojestven-
sky. The dispatch says the Russian
squadron made a four days' cruise on
the high seas outside the 3 mile limit
and then returned last Saturday, an-
choring at Kong Hai Bay, coast of


Annam, to take on provisions and fresh
water. When Admiral deJonqueries
was informed of the Russians' return
he proceeded to Kong Hai and request-
ed Admiral Rojestvensky to immedi-
ately withdraw outside territorial wa-
ters. The Russian admiral gave De-
Jonqueries his word that he intended
to leave his anchorage and take to the
open sea. He also informed DeJon-
queries that in his communications
with the land he had not violated
any of the neutrality regulations, and
that the stops of the Russian squadron
along the Indo China coast were for
the purpose of resting the crews. The
Russian admiral said he would depart
the following day.
The French admiral then retired
from Hong Hai to advise the French
government of the result of the inter-
view. He returned to Kong Hal yes-
terday to see whether Rojestveasky's
promise to go to sea had been carried
out and found the Russian warships
still at their anchorage, but preparing
to depart. Admiral Rojestvensky as-
sured him that the entire squadron
would leave during the night.

Situation dat St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg, May 10.-The Japa-
nese threats against France are not'
taken very seriously here. The Rus-I
sian authorities continue to maintain
that Admiral Rojestvensky has not
oversteped the limits of neutrality. In
view of the excited state of the Japa-
nese over the possibility of the fruits
of their previous land and sea victor-
ies being swept away. Japan's protests
are considered quite natural but her
minatory attitude toward a chivalrous
country like France is regarded as a
blunder. While Great Britain is ex-
pected to support her ally and secure
fair play, should Japan press Franch
too far Great Britain, it is said, can. be
counted upon to use all her influence
to calm the statement at Tokio. The
interests of Japan could not be served
according to opinion here by an ex-
tension of the hostilities unless Ad-
miral Togo is beaten, in which case
it is not doubted that Japan will use
the pretext of French violation of neu-:
trality to demand the fulfillment of
Great Britain's obligations as her ally.
The opinion is held in some quarters
that it is exactly this contingency
which Japan has in view.

Yachts Ready for Big Race.
New York, May 10.-The eleven
yachts entered for the kaiser's cup
race across the Atlantic from Sandy
Hook lightship are making final prep-
arations for the trip. The start will
be on May 26, and a day before that
time the majority will be at anchor in-
side Sandy Hook awaiting the omclal
send away. Most of the yachts al-
ready have been docked and their aux-
iary propellers removed, leaving no
means of proepaisin eeept by sail
and from now on the crews will be
busy taking aboard stores for the long
voyage.

Net t Claims Two Victims.
Share, Pa., May LL.-4nlamed with
ealous rage John Soroski shot and
killed Mrs. John Seech and her 16-
yearold nephew, Frank Rocei, and
them fatally wounded himself. The poi
lice say that the bullet which caused
the woman's death passed through her
body and killed the boy.

WFhen it Rained Icicles.
Gand Rapids, Mich., May 11.-In
one of the fiercest hail and wind storm
ever witnessed here hail in the shape
or huge, hard icicles fell with terrific
fore, breaking windows in hundreds
of residemenes and doing untld dam-
age to fruit ia the surrounding coum-
try. The storm lasted an hour.

,nay. Ma X.-(pua J. A. IDer-
lag eof this city,. ags 75. a retired aad

4ea a hibs lbe at ha'lhs betan t-
day. A battle that his iiialalamlT


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New Railroad for Georgia.
Atlanta, May 11.-A charter has.
been granted by Secretary of State
Phil Cook to the Columbus Northern
Railway company, a new line that is!
projection to be buillt from Columbus.
Ga., through the coustles of Musco-
gee, Harris, Meriwether and Troup
either to West Point or LaGrange, in
the latter county, a distance of about
0* maes. The capital stock of the
mpany is put at $100,O0.

3MUO FlD a In M-m aIppm Town.
Jaekman, Mss., M n.y L---e busy
ses dstrIot the towa e lors was
wiped oat by fire, an the prtmp
so- betgdas Wbue4 I gmM Wte
]Uwe Maa1t W. Jones
& Sm and the Bamk of lorM. The
-m started the store of Bentley
BMa, and spread with Iy. The
telegiah and telephone ces were
Mesoyed. The loss is estimated at:
$2S0,0& a


Robbers Torture a Woman.
PittsbuMrg, Pa, May 11.-To compel
Mrs Frederick Reidler of Coulter, Pa.
to divulge the hiding place of her sav-
taings of years $700, two masked men
burned her feet with blazing paper.
dragged her about the room by the
hair, beat ier, and finally, after she
had told where the money was hidden.
threw her frem the second story bed-
room window. Mrs. Reidler wvi not
eWW I


Rivervide, ca. May 11.-Jikf.
No6yeas, inthe superiw or t has
&vanled to the Tuma IskmaHot W&
ow. SU a a Ahr the rumbe he au
Uloa ofhbb bair wanierthe hatca o
der -oftheIndian hemI& not Vkt
Med 49 Ing AW we & S 9-t ms


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MAN BtiOW BLACK ROSE.

Mied Man Dsceera a Process of
Produciag a New Rose.
Sav anab, Ga. May 11.-Dennis Tap
ley is an afflited young man of this
city who has for years, though bowed
and bent by disease, sold key rings
in one of the sques, stamping upon
the rings the names of those who buy.
He has suddenly sprung Into public
notice though his assertion that he
has discovered a secret that has been
concealed from naturalists and florists
for all the ages-the secret of grow.;
ing a coal black rose. Tapley de-
elares he has perfected his method.
and that he can raise a rose as black
as the ravens wing. This, he asserts,
he does without the use of chemicals.
He has named his rome the Mourn-
tag rose and says he expects to seBl
the aeprlt hr P$10.

ITA.lANS ARE COMING GOUTnM

Lar W Bdy of imm-gra- s Ltanded a
Neu OrkeaN
Washington, May 11. ank P.
rgent, commissoer general of imn
migration, has returned from New Or-
yeans, where he went to be present at
the landing of a body of Italian fimi-
grants,-
The vessel brought 766 Italians from
Palermo. All but about 20 were per
mitted to land. Those refused were af-
flieted with disease or did not meet the
requirements of the law in some other
particulars. The immigrants were
landed at New Orleans at the sugges-
tion of the Italian ambassador, through
whom southern planters made an ap-
peal for Italian laborers. They will
be employed largely on the plantations
of Louisiana and other southern states.

Parliament for the South.
Washington, May 11.-At a meeting
of the local committee In charge of
the arrangement for the meeting of
the Southern Industrial Parliament,
beginning here May 25, delegates were
reported as having been appointed
from all the southern states except
Tennessee, Arkansas and Louisiana
The governors of Texas, Kentucky and
Georgia have forwarded official listed
of the delegates they have appointed.
The president of Georgetown universi-
ty has offered its law building for the
use of the parliament and the commit.
tee accepted the offer with thanks
aad also acknowledged the eo-operation
of various southern ganitioa of
ladies at the capital

Noted Prohlbitionist Dead.
Sandersville, Ga, May 11-Colonel
C. R. Pringle died of pneumonia at
his residence in this city. Colonel
Pringle was one of Sandersville's
most valuable and highly honored eit!-
zens. He was a native of Mo'. r-?
county and located here in 1'-:7. F-'ni
1882 to 1885 he represented 4V'as.h -
ton county in the rcnerel s m,!y
and in 1886 and 1SS7 he we- --:a-' n-
ator from this district. P, :'- b n
president of the Geor.Ta Pi.. or.
association for a numb r cf yrirs .
was a great factor in prohibit:or
movements in this state. i

Victim of Boy's Joke May Die.
Springfield. 0.. May 11.-Helen Trav.
venor, 17 years old, has been uncon-
scious for hours and her life is de-
spaired of. She was the victim of a
practical joke. Some boys decided t.
frighten her and one of tgir number
was delegated to do it. He appeared
at the Travenor home in a hideous dis.
guise. When the girl opened the door
she gave an unearthly scream and fell
unconscious to the floor. She has been
ill with nervous prostration for two
months.


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Consuon, depict s the hapImme of
the small fmer and the miseries of
the millionaire as follows:
"Bacon for the smoke house,
Corn to fill a barn,
Melons for a million,
An' I don't give a darn !"
Of the millionaire he says:
"'If I endow a college," sighed
Brother Rockefeller, "its done for an
advertisement; if I give to church
missions, the money is tainted; if I
scatter gold to the poor of the streets,
my conscience is hurting me, and Pm
trying to get peace; and even when
the dyspepsia troubles me and I call
for milk and crackers, I'm too mean
to order quail-on-toast-Lord help
me."

Mr. Theodore H. Price, of 72 Bea-
ver street, N. Y., the well known
cotton expert, says that 404 years
previous to 1896 the gold production
per annum was $22,000,000 since


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mFoida Incidents

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x.

"I. seen was in the court room in
County. The sheriff had
Sthe witnesses in the case of
State against Abe Johnson.
.- Te state had announced ready for
ilial ad the judge had directed that
I wonor be arraigned. He was a
laorbt and very black, chunky darkey,
.lothed in garments of broadcloth
'which had evidently belonged one
Years before to some white
of twice his size and girth. He
charged with pig stealing-the
offense known to the Florida
for it is generally known and -
4eldood that while a jury will not
iAd a man guilty of murder they will
V.uely And him guilty of pig stealing.
; The prisoner pleaded not guilty in
own manner and words, which
*: "**Wha dat yo' senses me of?
n a hawg? No, jedge, I didn'

TMe judge asked him if he had
am andter the judge explained
him that oaunsel meant a lawyer,
said:
"No, sah, I ain't got none, edgee"
The judge asked him if he would
to have counsel appointed, and he

got so money, jedge, to pay

judge then said hei would ap-
a lawyer to defend him if he
n'tt the money, without charge,
dZathing bis eye over the court
ome called upon a young lawyer
J admitted and said:
"**Mr. Jones, will you defend this

Oie prisoner cast his eye upon his
and then upon the court, and
anything else was said the
asked:
*Jedge, you 'p'int dat man to 'fend


alL den, edge, I pleads guilty
trows myself on de ignorance

S he laugh that followed touch-
IUdge's heart, and made what

have been a p t term


palms f eop up towards
eMMINr1 death. J. B. Stearns
in, writes Iathat a
med-bi- his bamd,
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Two Fine Publications.
Florida's newspapers now rank with
the very best. Saturday's Jackson-
ville Metropolis and Sunday's Times-
Union stand as indisputable proof of
this statement.
The Metropolis was entitled the
"Woman's Charitable Edition," and
was devoted to the noble charities of
our growing metropolis, and gave a
history of these charities with pic-
tures and historical sketches of their
officers and benefactors.
Sunday's Times-Union was called
the "Womon's Memorial Edition,"
and was a beautiful souvenir of the
"Lost Cause," and reflects great
credit upon the committee selected
for its compilation and to the con-
tributors to this edition.
. The money made by both of these
special editions went to the women
having them in charge, and will be
distributed to the benefactions named.

TeV U. 9. Comnvontio.
The United Daughters of the Con-
federacy convention has adjourned
after a very pleasant and profitable
meeting at Pensacola.
A launch party on tne bay and sev-
eral receptions were tendered to the
visiting daughters and in every re-
spect they were most beautifully and
royally entertained during their visit
at Pensacola by both the daughters
and the veterans. Mrs. A. B. Brum-
by represented the Ocala chapter at
the convention. She will stop over
in Quincy to spend several days with
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. McDonald before
returning home.


Corstmas-Zachartas.


Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Zacharias, of
Atlanta, have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Rosalie, to
Mr. Henry Gerstman, of New York
City.
The Zachariases formerly resided
in this city and the Ocala friends of
Miss Zacharias will be interestedand
pleased at the announcement of her
engagement.

Exposure.
To cold draughts of air, to keen
and cutting winds, supden changes of
the temperature, scanty clothing, un-
due exposure of the throat and neck
after public speaking and singing,
bring on coughs and colds.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup is the
best cure. Mrs. A. Barr, Houston,
Texas, writes. Jan. 31, 1902: "One
bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup
cured me of a very bad cough. It is
very pleasant to take. Sold by all
druggists. m

Mr. Gordon S. Scott, chairman of
the board of public instruction for
this county, and Mr. W. D. Cam,
superintendent of public instruction,
left Monday over the S. A. L. for
Tallahassee to be in attendance at
the meeting of county superinten-
dents who hold a state convention in
that. city today. This is one of the
most important conventions held in
aid of education that perhaps has
ever met in this state. It will be
largely attended and the leading ed-
ucators of the state will take part in
the deliberations and have been in-
vited to read papers on vital and im-
portant topics.-Daily Banner Tues-
day.
Tako sp
At Townsend & Oo's turpentine camp
near Norwalk, one brown mare mule
fourteen hands high, seems to be
about fifteen year old. Owner can
get same at Townsend's turpentine
camp. 4 28tf

A splemdid a SUitN
will be sold unt fayjltfor"Scamh
by PMman & Son, thehfaiture men
A reeal baal.


mrN*AD m U1UNMAN TNmERRIOY

VhosD MaUnef -esVei a d Many
Pupile Seremi y sInred.
Mushsee, L T., May 8.-Amonm the
buildings destroyed at Owl, L T., by
the tormado yesterday, was the town
school. Professor Binson, a teacher.
is reported fatally Iurt and many pu-
pils are said to have been aInjured.
A church was wholly demolished
and three business houses and 20 rest
idences destroyed. Wires are st..
down.
A special from Welch says a ter-
rific storm swept over that part of
the territory and that several persons
were injured, some of them seriously.
In the central and northern part of
the territory the wrost rain storm in
years was experienced.
Crops were ruined and many houses
in th elow lying country were flood-
ed, persons being driven to the hills.

Negroes Condemned to Dtath.
Birmingham. Ala., May 8.-A special
to the News from Decatur, says that
Will Jackson, a negro, was found
guilty this morning of murdering Po-
liceman E. L. Steele last week and
the death sentence was given him.
Jackson, Harvey Smith and John Col-
lier, the last two convicted this week
under military guard, of having mur-
dered Miss Belle Bloodworth, were ali
sentneced to hang June 16. All three
declared they were not guilty. ,.,
and Collier smiled as sentence was
pronounced upon them and waved a,
the negroes in the gallery of the court
room. The prisoners will be taken
to Birmhigham by the militia this Ll-
tcrnoon for safekeeping The gover
nor, will be asked to grant a public
hanging.

Southern Methodists Adjourn.
Nashville, May 8.-The closing ses-
sion of the board of missions of the
Methodist church, south, was held
here yesterday. By a unanimous vote
the resolutions appropriating moneys
for the various conferences in the
United States were approved, and a
total appropriation during the three
days' session of $313,768 was record-
ed. The following officers for the
year were elected: Dr. M. J. Cofer.
Wesleyan Christian Advocate, Atlanta.
chairman; D. M. Smith, senior book
agent. Nashville, secretary; Dr. L. B.
Blalock, Texas Christian Advocate,
Dallas; Dr. A. C. Miller, Arkansas
Methodist, Little Rock, and Dr. H.
M. Dubose, Epworth Era, Nashville,
executive committee.

New Railroad In Operation.
Montgomery, Ala., May 8.-The Ala-
bama Central Railroad company, a
new corporation, began operating its
trains over the 8 miles of track be-
tween Booth Station and Autaugaville.
an important interior town of Autauga
county. The line strikes the main
system of the Mobile and Ohio rail-
road at Booth, 20 miles.west of Mont-
gomery. Autaugaville has been here-
tofore remote from a railroad. The
building of the line has covered two
years. It runs through a rich cot-
ton section, and also virgin hardwood
forests. J. W. Dimmick, of Montgom-
ery, is president of the company.

Arkansas Streams Overflowing.
Little Rock, Ark, May 8.-A light -
rain continues to fall in Central and
Eastern Arkansas today. Rivers and
creeks are overflowing their banks in
many places causing much damage to
railroads. Early planted crops have
also suffered. At Pine Bluff the pre-
cipitation marks eight inches, and the
bridges, culverts and houses located
in the lowlands, have been seriously
damaged. Hundreds of people are
practically homeless, the water having
risen in many homunes to a depth of 3
to 4 feet.

Negro Wife Murderer Hanged.
Newnan, Ga., May !.-s rea.y Phil-
lips, negro, who killed May Mill Las-
seter, a negress, last August, expiat-
ed his crime on the gallows yesterday.
Phillips thanked the sheriff for the
god treatment accorded him, and his
last words were "Farewell, my good


white friends; may the Lord protect
you." Sheriff Blrowr'sprung the trap
at 12:'22 o'clock and at 12:45 Phillips
was pronounced dead, death resulting
from strangulation. The hanging
was in private.


Cincinnati Society to Meet.
New York, May 8.--The Society of
Cincinnati, will, it is announced, ho;
Its triennial meeting at Richmond, Va.,
on May 10, 11- and 12, when it w i
be entertained by the Virginia branch
of the society. On Play 10, the
Westmoreland club will give a dinner
to the members of the society and
special guests, including the French
ambassador and governor of Virginia.
On May 11 the society will go to York-
town. The final business session will
be held on the morning of May 12.

Swindler Is Arrested.
St. Lomis, May &8-Wm. J. Hogue,
who was arrested in Chicago, came to
St. Loais from Greenville, Tex., in
190, and with three other Texans
founded the Internatonal Iavestment
company, of which he became man-
ager. The concern suspended pay-
ment Peb. 12, 190W and following the
esmses general tIavestgation by both
city an4 federal anthortties of the so-
.U*ed .et quick enterprises,
Hoke was indvted. Be disappeared
tamediately, the conern --e-dinm


.stpa.m th* e.ust Pam.
RBiPatdives of our legislature,
vMi: Meoirw. C. W. MeBlroy, of Levy
county, and J. I. Robenon, of Leon
coOnty, who a e topping at the
Gates house, are now on a tour of in-
spection of the different counties of
the state as a committee appointed
by what honorable body to visit the
different convict camps.
On Friday they visited the Central
convict camp east of town, chaper-
oned by Mr. James M. Barco, and
seemed to be pleased with the man-
agement, condition of convicts, etc.,
and captivated by the fine stock of
cattle.
Saturday they went across to
Messrs. Hall's camps near Electra.
These gentlemen are loud in mak-
ing complimentary remarks of Ma-
rion's good roads, also of our little
city in neatness and good appear-
ance. This speaks well for our city
fathers and sanitary board. So let
us all be ever on the ale it to aid and
assist them when in our power to do
so.
The Birth of a Child.
Born. to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Toph, a
blue-eyed baby girl-a stranger fresh
from the hands of God. With infinite
tenderness and love has old Mother]
Stork left its charge into the loving
hands of its accomplished mother,
Ellen Edna Tovh, and the blue eyes
of little Dorothy Ellen vie with the
violets in the dell. Never was sweeter
charge committed to the hands of
loving parents. Little Dorothy Ellen
Toph, we salute thee, and with be-
coming humility, we your loving sub-
jects bow and worship at the shrine
of your Infantile Majesty-Tampa
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I,. a

Sa M sho aold be of Mnted
to tbaes -etm ei t this ay tWY

mN -tW for att or service. As
a th" aew d metrepa was an
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o P ate of the Utelep King-e
wMu it Great ritain Ses by hso
-- At thNat time theaaphe a a Tele

fh sIght for a muniiepatl rile


gagg- htn postioce apartmentt pre-
pees Ito take over the costerl ot the
elepheom qrstem of the United King-
dim. At that time the National Tele-
phone company will be compelled to
Siemrirder its property at Its actual mar-
ket value without a penny additional
Sor good will or franchises. The mu-
S.le alities expect to arrive at some
agreementwith the general government
by which they will be left In partial
control of their plants and to share in
its profits. Be this as it may, the last
privately owned telephone will disap-
pear in about six years from this date.
It is more than ten years ago since
Glasgow proclaimed revolt against the
high charges and bad service of the
private telephone company. A commit-
tee of the city council reported in fa-
vor of establishing a municipal plant.
.an, without going into details, It may
be stated that on March 1, 1900, Glas-
ow obtained the first license ever
S granted to a city for the purpose of
.atreitlag and operating a telephone

The work f econstretion was begun
SJuly, 1900. and up to the present
: tie Glasgow has expended $1,350,000
A s telephone plant. While the city
S.ta..s only twenty square miles of
h' territory, the telephone wie reach ot
ee m early ten time that large a dls-

Under the old telephone company no-
a-ert was made to reach the suburban
ates. The private company catered
aWly to the congested district and im-
aglned that it would lose money If it
SImproved the service, extended the
Scope or lowered the rates. Under Its
management the average annual cost
a telephone was $60 or more. It
took from one to ten minutes to make
a connection.
The Glasgow telephone service is the
best I have ever inspected. I was in-
formed that statistics showed that the
average time required to make a con-
Saectlon was less than fifteen seconds. I
: made a test on my own account and
Stalled up ten subscribers. Of the nine
who responded the average time from
unhooking the receiver to answers from
those addressed was fourteen seconds.
It should be explained that the tele-
phone booth is practically unknown in
the office-of a Glasgow business man.
The instrument is on the edge of his
desk. and the receiver and transmitter
are In one piece.
The rate to a subscriber for a serv-
bee with an unlimited number of calls
over the entire system Is 25.50 a year.
There is no installation charge and no
Sides of any kind other than the annual
payment of this amount. A tell serv-
fee ins wmdered for $17 a year, with an
dme*Ma-l charge of a peany for each
.m d wa mnmge within mdlmitem in-
?w nd clis hoe. On a aty M afe wiat
tacm ie ubMOcribers the rate is


*amalepal temaseme stea .. It aM .
paw. The -are a coepea d -
that the mmnlty of the manommn=t
.t -..ah. raim and giving deoemt

the investment dewed a pweit of

.s *a smwelng Intutlon. It was
.-eaom a f a of farm lamds where

T hese farm am ce veyed the
ram. producs of thme streets. On thorn


aBe stone quarries an NAickyard own-
ead mad erated by the cty. There sa
S al.S guest tteft erm Commetang the
ies dthef arsm isa a att
steam awaya, the efty wng mo-e
Sthea 00h railway emars nm a a large mm-
her 4cf-- mobuntves
In IS Gspww etem
*ft assedeiswm~ toer.about W..-






a eI Pes our fam- mes eeam
d.i...a. .s..m. a e ein
MW
b e~ mrd of
~S0, the wm ~1 y


$1 000 for depreiation-a- most Miber-
at allowance for a new plant-the de.
partimet placed the balance to its ered-
it
GlaMege purchased the private gas
plafntIa 19 aund hs 1mas ade t Oi
the Inves timet every yasr lsnethn
TM great Industry now has a capital
account ezeed ng $10o0oMMo, and the
gu1s profs 1S year paed the $1,-
000,000 mark fer the frst time In the
hibMry of the enterprise. Who the
erigi ] purchase was made it was ar
ranged that the owners aboul receive
In perpetuity *mees and Itnek val-
ued at sors than $2A300,000 The City
has now adptd the policy af pr-
Chain at a pmI these an lties
a laSt year wipadf o more than one-
thrd Of the mount. Under private
m Xngmet saw est conumms from
L5 to $i50 thousand feet, but this
has been steadily reduced until the
rates now stand at 48 cents for motive
power and 54 cents for lighting. When
the plant Is fully paid for, which will
not be many years at the present rate
of profits, the cit:fens of Glasgow will
pay not more thain ?. cents for gas,
though it costs much more for oil and
coal in Scotland tl- n in any part of
the United States.
It is nearly forty years since Glas-'
gsow startled Great Britain by declaring
war on the slums and tenements which
disgraced the city. The property own-
ers refused to remedy conditions and
the city took radical steps. It pushed
through parliament a bill giving it
power to condemn and purchase in-
sanitary property. Armed with this
act, the city authorities of Glasgow
wiped out whole districts of insanitary
property, and the city started by con-
structing several model tenement
houses.
. Glasgow now owns millions and mil-
lions of dollars' worth of dwellings and
is one of the world's greatest landlords:
Its competition with private landlords
is friendly, but wonderfully effective.
The city fixes a rate of rents beyond
which others cannot go. It rigidly en-
forces building and sanitary laws
which have greatly reduced the death
rate.
Glasgow has municipalized all the
common services with the exception of
cemeteries. It is the owner of profita-
ble markets and slaughter houses; It
maintains a splendid system of baths.
and washhouses; it possesses a mIi
nilicent art gullery and has built a
.'people's palace" which combines: !
winner g-Iarden. art gallery. mu.seum.
reading rooms, theater and concert
hall: it furnishes hydraulic power at
cost; it spends vast amounts on parks.
music and entertainments. These and
other functions are financed and muan-
aged by the elected representatives ol
the city.
Party lines are absolutely ignored
when it cones to the election of mem-
bers of the city counciL' The man who
has served his people faithfully seldom
is opposed when election day arrives.
The city hall of Glasgow does not re-
Smind the visitor of any civic structure
in the United States. No swarms of
loafers, ward heelers and office bro-
kers or seekers hang about its entrance
or lounge in its halls. You are not per-
mitted to smoke or carry a lighted
cigar. One sees business men, archi-
tects, engineers, bankers and others
who have occasion to visit the various
departments. The atmosphere is -that
of a well regulated bank or great mer-
cantile establishment. It is the busi-
nes office of a municipal estate worth
more than $90,000,000.
There is no army of parasites draw-
ing salaries for work which is not per-
formed. There is no ine of cities
ready to commit perjury In order that
they may escape their fair share of the
beim of t t. There are a m nao go
etweens sl b dimshoeret wealth
to extort t brery favom hem the
wh, on have t oua h t, fitihfully
aire thelr dty and im ity.



Jdm a glameet it p Him t tme waost
and mesas wmcht srha a prmnte the
u m m, e i ng. Thene is no






bugh owns ltb street railways, but In-
stead of operating tbem has as-ed
them r a term i twey-s m years to
a cmpay whleh pays a resal et 7


per cent oa the capital outlay of $,500,-
S00. After paying interest, s king
fmd amd ether expenses the ltby had
-a clear meee ot about 427,50. This
doe nt e re favorably with the
rewordt cities which operate their
platm, ad hmaewe is much dmiuwL-


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exceed six hours, and sleeping cars
eoold be transported across the two
ferries.
Sewed by y071010.
Sometimes, a Anming city is saved
by dynamiting a space that the fire
can't cross. Sometimes, a cough
hangs on so long, you feel as if noth-
ing but dynamite would cure it.
Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun, Ga., writes:
"My wife had a very aggravated
cough, which kept her awake nights.
Two physicians could not help her;
so she took Dr. King's New Dis-
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, which eased her cough, gave
her sleep, and finally cured her."
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The a2m=-. -ating of the Florida
m- -- -nsain wl take place May
17 aea 18 with Oeala lodge No. 851, in
this city.
The following are the state officers:
M. B. Macfta lne, president, No.

Rev. H. W. Little, vice president,
No. 851.
G. D. Ackerly, secretary, No. 221.
0. L. Baltzell, treasurer, No. 795.
G. 0. Palmer, sergeant at arms,
No. 8a.
The program is as follows:
WEDNESDY, MAY 17.
Delegates will assemble at Elks'
hall at 10 a. m.
L Call to order by M. B. Maefar-
lane, president.
2.'Invocation by Dr. W. C. Lind-
M*y.
& Address of Welcome by Rev. H.
W. Little.
4. Response by the President.
5. Appointment of Committee on
Credentials.
Adjournment.
2:30 p. m.-Report of committees.
Election of officers.
Appointment of committees.
Selection of place for next annual
meeting.
Adjournment.
THURSDAY, 9:30 A. M.
Addresses of newly elected officers.
Good of the order.
New business.
Unfinishedibusiness.
Adjournment.
Trip to Silver Springs and trip down
the run.
The committee appointed are as
follows:
Arrangements-E. P. Thagard, E.
W. Davis, C. V. Miller, Geo. H. Ford.
Invitation-D. S. Williams, E. J.
Crook, W. J. Chambers.
Decoration M. Strauss, Stephen
Jewett, Geo. K. Robinson.
Reception-D. S. Williams, Dr. H.
W. Little, Edward Holder, H. L.
Hough, Henry Gordon, Dr. W. C.
Lindsay, R. L. Anderson, A. Harda-
ker, C. V. Miller, M. E. Robinson.
Entertainment S. A. Rawls, M.
Strauss, G. K. Robinson.
Press-Dr. W. C. Lindsay, D. S.
William*, D. S. Woodrow, S. A.
Rawls.

All Rail Line to Key West.
The Birmingham Age-Herald of
Thursday comments as follows upon
the proposed extension of the Florida
East Coast railway to Key West:
The Florida legislature has passed
an act authorizing the construction
of a railroad to Key West, and a
strong company stands ready to un-
dertake the task. Bridges of almost
unprecedented length are to built
from key to key until Key West is
reached. Key West would thus be-
come the utmost southern railroad
terminal of the United States. It is
distant from Havana but three hours,
fast steamers being employed, and
another seavoyage of three hours
from Cape San Antonio across the
month of the gulf brings the traveler
to Yucatan. When through express
trains are put on between Buenos
Ayres and New York many passen-
g ers will prefer the route via Havana
and Key West as being shorter and
uleasanter. The ferriage would not


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OCLA MINING LABORATORY.
F. T. SCHREIBER.
Consulting and Analytical Chemist. Member
of the Society. of Chemical Inu-try. Lon-
don. cng M1ember of the Ameaican Clem-
ical ociettv.
P. 0. Box 703.


OCALA, FLA., Oct. 22, 1904.


Messrs. Strauss & Co. Wholesale Whisky
Merchants, Ocala, Ila.
Gentlemen.- In accordance with ?your
instructions. I visited j[( rr -war h(cue n
the IWth, instant, and personally selected
from your stock a sample of


"Strauss' Royal Reserve"

whisky, the analysis of which shows it to
contain:
Alcohol (by weight), per cent......... 36.66u
Alcohol (by volume), per cent.........43.61
Degree proof, per cent................ 87.10
Residue on evaporation, p cent........ 0.660
Ash, per cent ... ...... .... ..... 0.011
Reducing sugar, per cent ............. 0.225
Volatile acids, per cent.............. 0.027
Amyl alcohol ( el oil), per cent..... 0.073
The above results show the whisky to be
a carefully blended brand of high grade
and that it has been distilled from a clean, pure gram i mTT.
The amount of fuel oil and of volatile acids is very low.
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The Daly Home News (New Bms-
wick, N. J.) of May 1st contains a
splendid cut of Rev. Robert HuBh
Morris, formerly of Oeala.
Rev. Morris has received a call to
the Second Presbyterian church of
that city and preached there last Sun-
day. He has not formally accepted
the call but will do so, his pastorate
to begin June 1st.
The News says:
"In Mr. Morris the church gets a
young pastor of unusual power and
the city gets an important addition
to its brilliant array of pulpit orators.
Rev. Morris will stand with the lead-
ers olfhe ministry in this city as a
thinker, a Christian worker and an
orator. He will attract people to the
cosy little church on the hill and will
hold them by the spell of his elo-


quence.
"The new preacher is a tall young
man, possessing a strong, intellectual
face. There is a natural ease about
him in the pulpit, possibly the fruit
of his experience on the lecture plat-
form. He is deliberate in his deliv-
ery, and speaks with a commandingK
earnestness in a voice of fullness and
richness, rolling off phrases that fall
musically upon the ears of the au-
dience.
"He is a thoughtful student and
will spend one more year at Prince-
ton, concluding his studies. He has
been tireless in his work and study.
The tinge of gray in his hair betrays
the energy which he has thrown into I
his work."


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SAVANNAH CA.,

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THE CHAMBERS SHOE COMPANY.


Peter an Optimest.
Talking about Chauncey DePew
being an optimist, he is nothing com-
pared with Hon. Peter 0. Knight, of
Tampa. Here is what he says in
the Tampa Tribune:
"All the bad laws now before the
legislature will be defeated and all
the good ones will be passed, was the
comprehensive comment of Colonel
Peter 0. Knight, who came home
yesterday for his usual Sunday rest
from the arduous duties of attending
to the multifarious interests of his
clients at the state capital.
Colonel Knight thinks the present
legislature is one of the most conser-
vative bodies ever assembled, and he
says the people have 1.0 cause to fear
that any crazy legislation will go
through. He will return to Tallahas-
see Monday night.

TO REMOVE
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES.
In 10 Doys Use
--SATINOLA --


THE CNMFLEXION BEAUTIFIER.
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NATIONAL TOIULT CO,
St Paric. Te..
Sold ia Ocata by Ant MM pol Draug Store
and aD leading drugiaW

In the person of Hon. Harry H.
McCreary. of the Gainesville Sun,
the newspapers of the state have a
faithful friend-one who is ever on
the alert when bills affecting publish-
ers are on the docket in the senate.
So long as McCreary is a member of
the legislature the Florida editors
need not fear any legislation adverse
to their interest.

Now is the time you wi be want-
ing to hang neo shades o your win-
dows, and you mgh look a lof
S lmbe beln .. ayoU I.anything p.
tier at as low prices as te oes being
sowa by Pttam. & Sn, the farmi
tew men.
Oe gross of Jardiners, all be


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A MINCING APPETITE,

A TIRED FEELING,

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M AFSwe t-b. arted to lante tha 1I
AGRO fEt eAGREMET t of the United State There
aare M- straMs on this statement. I
y Clai, meant.
SW h Was de y speech at Denver for
SWhic Was Die purpose of convincing the -people
lerseore~~ Negsre, of my earnestness in- regard to the
matter f railroad legislation. I will
not be satisAed with any compromise
11.-"To the Honorable that does nt bring relief to the peo-
elt, President of the pIe from the conditions now existing
C America--1Honorable in regard to transportation affairs in'
aor difficulty began as the country. No compromise bill from
-: -o tar as there has been congress wi-l be accepted."
doae, it has been a strike ___
The unions are corn. EXPEL UNDESIRABLE ELEMENTS.
W pon principle and upon
with the employers South American Republic Applying
LaiW to Socialists.
grew out of the de. New York. May 11.-The govern-
iong to protect the pub- ment is applying with the utte-most
weltare by providing to i vigor the so-called law of residence
*fPltles or differences 0 which enables it to expel from the
the umpirage of an impar- country all undesirable elements, ca.
,Lrty, and accepting the bles the Herald's correspondent at
or wrong-as binding Buenos Ayres, Argentina. The measure
parties. Such a course is is directed principally against socialist
ft the preservation o: agitators. Seven Spaniards already
r. All that the unions have been expelled within a few days.
desire in this controversy A. delegation of. Socialists headed by,
an shall be granted Deputy Pallacces visited the chief of
agreed to in the con- police and requested permission for a
All that is desired con+,mplated demonstration. The po-
ofcials shall join with lice chief imposed the condition that
b s.od -in demanding that no red flag be used.
shall not be allowed to be The Socialists thereon protested
contracts to be broken against this decision and the demon-
shall not be allowed station was postponed.
differencess of opinion to __
Iy the quiet, orderly metl- Sale of Fertilizer Tags Reduced.
aUo Atlanta, May 11.-That the sale o?
anl Order Today. fertilizers has decreased a wonderful
af peace and order for to extent of late is proven conclusively
eat's day, were made b: by figures given out Monday morning
the teamsters' strike. The by Commissioner of Agriculture 0
rTamnti enompany decided Stevens. In April, 1904, 16S9,30 fer-
W aesmIn gan delivery ow tilizer tags were sold by the depart-
today. The teamsters meat of agriculture. In April, 1905
has voted against a en- 12910 fertilizer tags were bought by
mna determined that no fur- the fertilizer mills, a decrease in the
Movements should be ales of just 40,000 tags for the corre
la ease of teamsters or aponding l nths. One fertilizer tag
M- deliveries to boycotted must, under' the law of Georgia, be
w hih event tadividuals placed on every 200 pounds of commer
eat. A statement of theI cal fertilizer sold int Georgia.
was prepared to be presented
Roosevelt by a strikers'. A Strange Death Pact.
which desisted at his re Berlin, May 11.--Civil ginees
mS etngt him on the way to Puhlereth killed his young bride anc
he labor Representatives himself in consequence of a death
to Inform the president of le, I pact, made with a third party, and
-which have been tak-. styled "American duel" here. Two men
t employers and make a prop' had agreed that one must comit sui.
tat the President act as an cide under certain conditions. T
of the differences, choosing civil engineer drew the black ball and
uoelat. oane man from the labor! felt "in honor bound" to kill himself
and one from the employers. His young and pretty wife, a bride 01
ers say they will not off;, six weeks, begged him to include her
preach the president. in this sorry duel. The pair left heart
ve no intention of bothering: rending letters.
Roosevelt with out trou-i
i ir ;Attorney Levy Mayer, coun- Accident Restores His Sight.
1b the Employers' association to- Muncie, Ind., May 11.-Antonie Io
'It is likely, however, he added, riaux, a glass worker who has beer.
W the employers' side will get the blind in one eye for more than thirty
le ts ear for a quiet discussion; years, lost the other eye three daye
s situation some time during his ago in an accident. Immediately upon
I lere." the second eye being treated the sight
e leaders declared that no or- of the first eye returned and the man
-had been issued to the strikers now enjoys the sight of the other eye.
balm from violence today, beyond The ease is said to be one of the most
lcteks previously given out dur- remarkable ever brought before the
5 strike, sbt it was current gos- notice of physicians and specialists i
hat seeret commands had been this part of the state.
d along the line, ordering all
iters to remain absolutely quiet T
t to attempt the slightest inter- g o, May 1e a Wilson
i y with the of the Chicot Wilon
^ wt h n of QM Iand representatives of the department
Sti g compy. of agriculture who will tour the south-

SAM- Cas'ni Gos to Madrid. west to inspect the condition of agri-
a, 11.--ount (-[ cultural developments will be joined
ambassador to this in Memphis, Friday, by officials of the
beei transferred to Mad- Rock Island system and others who
he succeeded here by left Chicago today in a speelal train
im.-ntil recently Russian on the Chicago & Uster illinotsra
Teki. C01out Caslni was road. Secretary Wiln, president Jas.
amt rsloip to Md. M SpUllman in charge of grass and
j g eago and accepted it. forage plant Investigation of the deo
r in Jrune r his new pst. apartment and others will leave Chi-
_.--*____-' .- cago over the Southern railroad to-


hIndigathin Meeting. night arriving in Memphis Friday
M ay 1L.-More than one .mornin.
have assembled at
African Methodist chur: Look Out for These Swindlers.
resolutions protesting Chicago, May 11.-Two or more men
Sof the department using the names of Anderson, Craft
Swhih, the resolution as- and Todd have been engaged fraudu-
"A slanderous letter lently for two months in soliciting
-,Aro drivers, declaring them subscriptions for magazines and other
not willing to work." periodicals in the name of the Amerl-
Was denounced as a can Press Association as subscription
A malicous falsehood, agent. They have operated here, in
men who proved their Omaha, South Omaha, Council Bluffs,
riaking their lives to obta t Sioux City and other places. At an
solution also called on eartler date they had worked the east,
i1'to "ave hard working cit- era states. The American Press As-
,that kind of protection -sociation Is not a subscription agency;
the rioter go free, sends any one soliciting subscriptions in its
to the jails and hospitals." names is necessarily a swindler.

Aett erican Goods. Texans Attend Baptist Convention.
LL .-A large as d ln- Waco, Tex., May .--A special train
.... of Chines. mer. left Wo. today over the Missouri,
i re today protested vg- Kan.as & Texas raiway bearing the
tthe proposed new Ca .Te as *eegatin to the Southern Bap
'Vtecently d s- tist Am Atlm a 'amm s i ty. The
tma. Teloeg mea on asektlm wil be agmeuted at Da-
-- V .mtW I d.,-me. a& .s t .- "th -m D .* A
r~I Eat, wi g oat Chfs apveael.Jasu p r a bensg emr-

in b imegAlWof dswea* bwnea w 49 e six ew se o
Apo < so -A glm VW& smake up the trala.



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With AnnualCoaetionm Being

Held At Knoxvill..


IS WELCOMED BY THE GOVERNOR

President of Association Dicusesthe
Growth and Development of the ooi--
to.T Incaustry-Visitors Being Royai.
ly Entertained.

Knoxriie, Tenn., May 11-A.se -
bled i- ti_.s city, for a two days a -
SioCn t c- nth annual convention o1 f..-
Anmer.ca 'ii Lon ilaz'ufacturers' .i.o
cia tiion, u, sud this morning. Pr-.o.s :
. Sa.it:.i.. t,, of Lincodnton, .
is prts .L.:.g. Addresses of weloinu.
.;ere d,-. tred by Governor Juuiin .
Cox, and W.Aor W. H. Gass, for stat .
and city .-espectively, W. B. Locii,.:
tor LAt t:i..,i.tj> interests and Dr
Brown A:.--:ra for the col tges ot tL.
state.
Mayor Gass presented the conven-
tion a :: ~ ngn- s-t souvenir, being
set cf Lt-ys carved from Ttnn(s'-
maiarble- --:d i'ncised in a cat. n:.
')f na.ive na.t.rials, cotton, woo', .i..
;.Ld tuin. r. In his opening a r..
2iesid,-n Reinhardt tenured ii:to a
ll--:lou c the d&t-ve!opments ol l::. ( .
LOi; .U;( .1ry during the past year ::'
couc.u..-. *,y :rTdicting a gr at .
trade. w,.. a has already b gulln to
:z. i.t L.
"'" "'" .*-idfc iluctuation in Th.. ,r, i:
,f c-:t .n Almrica in less thla:
) ... ,1.^- I1;; to61_ cents, te a tr .
-.d the un. atistactory demand lor
uzton go.-iso. .-Ie congratulat--d the c--
.on .n. et 'i:in the abs-,ne ot "
.,or troubles. In conclusion ho a:-
;.*cat:' d the enactment of a well cor.
d'"1d "'Mlrch nt marine bill," and a.i
,,:..'-n'.dd navy .to protect foreign.
:raj. which hk believed is certain. to
follov tht opening of the Panama ca-
nal.
Dr. Brown Ayers spoke particularly
of the va:ue of education in the de-
ve!lopment of cotton and other indus-
trials in the south, and made an ap-
peal for r ontyed interests to aid in-
inu.trials in the south and made an ap-
peal for moneyed interests to aid in-
dus:ria?: ccleges of the south.
This afternoon the delegates, about
four hundred in number, were enter-
tained at the various clubs of the cit;.
following a brief afternoon session.


Vanderblit President to Resign.
Xas':vi'le. Tenn., May 11-Bishop R.
K. Hargrove. president of the board
of trust of Vanderbilt university, ow-
ing to bad health, will resign that
position at the meeting next month.
He will proobaly be succeeded by
Bishop S. B. Galloway, of the Metho-
dist E.iecopal church. South.

Famous Organist Dead.
Ch '*---a. May 11.-Hubert C. Bes-
seler is d, Td at a hospital here, fol-
lowing an .operation. He was known
throughout the United States and Eu-
rope as an organist and finished inter
preter of c*-urch music.

Brokers in Hands of Receiver.
Philadelrhia, May 11.-Judge Mc-
Pherson in the United States circuit
court today appointed J. HEctor Mcl
Neal, of this city. receiver for th1
brokerage establishment of the Heig:-
& Freese company.

NOTICE.

Of Application for Tax Deed Under Section 8
of Chapter 488S. Laws of Florida.
OTICE IS HRBBY GIVEN THAT CAR-
michael & Son Co.. purchaser of tax certifi-
cate No. 424o, dated the 4thday of April A. D..
Is898, has filed said certificate in my office, and
hasmade application for tax deed to issue in
accordance with law. Said certificate embraces
the folowing described property situated in
Marion county,.gFlorida, to-wit: ~otsra, 3,4 6, S,
1o, i1, block K. Dauns northwest addition,
Thesaid land being assessed at the date of
the issuance of such certificate in the name o
J. F. Dunn, est. Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue
thereon on the A3th day of June A. D., 1905.
Witness my official signature and seal this the
roth day of May A, D, 1905.
5-1a [Sealt] & T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County. Florida.

NOTICE OF JUNE EXAMINATION.


THE REGULAR STATE EXAMINATION
for teachers will take place in Ocala. com-
mening the 6tn day o June 19o5, and lasting
for three days for second and third grades and
four days for first grades.
The examination will take place in the Ocala
High School building for white teachers and
in Howard Academy building for colored teach
ers. The examination will begin at nine
o'clock a. m. An persons desiring to teach
next term are expected to to take this examine
non. Applicants will supply themselves witt
pen. ink and either fools-cap or legal cap'papez
Each applicant will be charged, according tc
law, one dollar. The questions on theory and
practice will be taken from McMurry's Thi
Method of Recitation. W.D. CAR-N,
5 5 4t Supt. Pub last


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NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
the 4th day of March, 1905, I will apply
to the county judge of Mario county, Florida,
for final settlement and discharge as the ad-
ministratrix of the estate of Julia P. Johnson.
deceased.
Done te s the 7th day of October. i4.
Mrs P. A. HOWSI.
10 x 6m Adminisamtrix.



Thecd axd o MedNtia Examiners of the sth
.Urhial C racto the state e f rida will meet
athe chy of Ocals. Ma1y 31. y6 or the pu-
posae uiiirtngu~ o a crctitfflcatei to
(Sbna)H. NM. TAYLOR,.M..


as the persons who subscribed to the umpa r company to inomas S. Pierce.
Sforegoing articles of incorporation, and toreclosed in said suit. recorded inMarion
each of whom acknowledged that he signed county Public Recrds in mortgage book 33
the said articles of incorporation as one of the pages 36 and 363 and in St. Johns county
e subscribing corporators to said articles; and Records in mortgage book N, page 9* to 98;
each of the said suscriinsaid arpotoles; and also two and 27-100 acres m the southeast cor-
knowledged for himself that he subscribed ner of lot 14 of said plan heretoltoe mentioned.
for the amount of capital stock set opposite his In St. Johns county the following lands with
name. I further certify that my commission the buildings and improvements thereon ;
does not expire until the 21 day of March A. D. The southeast quarter, the south hall of the
os -northeast quarter, the south half of the north
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my half of the northeast quarter. the eat half of
hand and official seal. this the l9th day of April, the southwest quarter, the southeast quarter of
1005- [SEALl F. W. DITTO. the northwest quarter, the south half of north-
S 4 28 5t Notary Public State of Fla. at Large. east quarter of northwest quarter of section 29;
the cast half. and the east half of the west hall


NOTICh.


In the Name of the State of Florida in the Cir-
rcnit Court in and tor the fifth Judicial Cir-
cuit of the State of Florida Marion Cona-
tv S. S.
N THE MATTER OF PETITION OF MELIS-
sa A. Reeve.s and Philetus J. Reeves to re-
establish lost papers.
To Daniel W. Clark and Emma F. Clark and
all other persons interested whomsoever will
take notice and appear in tl-e said court on
Mixi ay the 3rd day of Jtul A. D. qos.-
and sho4 cause if any they have why the said
petition hold not be granted and the papers
therein described should not be re established
towit: ,promiisary notes for S-s.and bearing date
the 6th day of Nov. 1897, executed by the said
Daniel W. Clarkand Emma F. Clark substan-
tial copies of which are on file together with
said petition in said court, the said papers hav-
ing been lost or destroyed, as it issaid, and
payable 30, 6o and 90 days from date payable
to 1Udden Bros. or order or bearer with interest
from date.
Witness mv hand and official seal at Ocala
Florida this May 4th 1905.
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK.
Clerk circuit Court.
S-12 By H. C. SaSiranw, D.C.

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO CR&D
TORS IC. -



N. I.u, I, Te he t she -lnf
21781 91t Ty Oftatfeb K
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of section 32. in township 9 south, of range 28
east. containing about 96o acres ; also the east
half, and the east half of the west half of sec-
tion 5. in township 1o south, of range 28 east,
containing 480 acres, more or less; excepting
from the foregoing, lands sold out of said sec-
tions as follows: (i) The west halt of the south
kalf of the north half of the northeast quarter
of said section 20 : (2a commencing at the
northwest corner of the preceding parcel. thence
run south 66o feet, west 66o feet. north 66o feet.
and east 66o feet. containing io acres. (.j) One
acre and 99o square feet in the southwest cor-
ner of the south half of the northeast aarter
of the northwest quarter of said section 29
(4) Ten acres in the southwest corner of the
east half of the southwest quarter of said sec-
tion 29. (5) Five acres in the northwest corner
of the east half of the west half of said section
32 bounded as follows: Commencing in the
north line x.32o feet east of the west line of
section ,32 ; thence run east 660 feet, south 33o
feet. west 66o feet- and north 33 feet. (6) Ten
acres in the northwest- corner of the southeast
quarter of the northwest quarters of section 32.
bounded as follows : Commencmar 1. feet
south from the north line, and xr et cast
from the west line of said section 32; thencerun
east 66o feet, south 66o feet, west 66. fet, and
north 66o feeL


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st: The name of tht shall be

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s. A .Botic. sick and require medialor-s
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to ttced original of which is now on file n W. persons over twe.ty-oe years
Ae office of secretary of sate at -alahs -e. of age. may become members of this aGreen.
and the maner o teir an ood. shall beD, y
w- V. Newsomn, M.D., George MacKay
NOTICE C. Li ctnger. T. TMunroe.




Proposed charter t the managing boariod, n Cothe mannerHosp
tal Association:
ist: The name of this ofthi corporation shaione
OTI.'E IShJEREBY GIVEN THA THE thea be for ounety-nHospit yal Assoatio"tobe
Sundersigned intend to aspiy to the go located in Ocala, Florida.
ernor of the state of Florida. at Tallahasee, 2.nd: The general nature of and the obectof
Florida on the this corporation, will be to care fors per-




cal' attention. as the ma ging officers of this
for better paten the prpod citr here- corpoaton may select.
to att -cned original of which isn *ow on file in 3rd; All white persons over twenty-one years
the office of secretary of s'ate. at aahR. of age. gmay become members of this association
eFlorida.andethe manner ofttheir admission shall be.by
bal. lot 0a the managing board, in the manner
JOHN L. INGLIS. and foi ithey may pro.de in their by-laws
SG. this corporation shaT bPHER 4th: The term e ence of this corporation




JBFLOR.TTGEA OIL &NBACH. shall be for ninety-uuer. ne years.
JOHN F. TOWLE- 5th: The names and residenceofthe subscri-
EDWARD HOLDER. cer, to this association are as follows:
RICHARD SThe i HALL Names Place ofResidid or- aurie tcerauss.
aton be Oaa.Marion county FriO. and Da ood, Ocala, Flor,4a.
The undersigned do hereby associate them- J Walter Hood.
selves together as a body corporate, under the ,J.IWa l.o
provisions of the statute laws of the state of r s. M. Smith. *
Florida. and publish the following articess. f Thors. C. Hall.
incorporation- D. L. Mcner,
ARTICLE II. Camp.T. Green
hnh: The ame of this corporation shall be the TT Munro
FLOR-DA OIL & GAS COMPANY. B. atheinruer.
| The general nlace of busi ness of aid cotrans- manager Maurice Strauss.
atonedstall be ala.arion count. Floria, urerand David a oard of Woodrow,. as
The during of wells footer places as the boari! or directorsa- tEdward of managers Th prlidet,

terishall se fit the mining o hsphate or other ma- ta ry and trea.urer sha be three of the
tial o dpit preparing ame for market and be1s ottinger.
ARTICLE II. 0. T. Green
marketing the purchase and refining of h: The affairs of this corporation wall betio,
The general nature of the business to be trans- managed by aftresident secretary and treasch, of
acted by this corporation shall rororn urer, and ar board of ive managers known as
The drilling purpg of wells for gasnd oildior otherma-of 7the board of managers. The president, L.secre-
terials. the inning onal phosphate for other ma-tarany and treasurer shall be three of the mem-
terialor deposit, preparinght t lease for market and ber o the board, to be elected at the annual
marketing same, the purchase and refining of meeting of the members of this corporation,
crude oil, the sale of crude and refined oil and of which annual meeting shall be held on the sec-
natural and manufactured gas, the buying and end fuesday after thc first day of March, of
selling ofrealestateand personal property loran- each year.
andn rl purposes. acquinng and holding leases ofd th: H. kheineur. shall be president. A. L.
all purpose-; with the right t leas re- or treasurer, and with W. V. so nd E.
sublet any and all real estate or personal prop- HIood. shall be the board of managers. They
crty owned or leased by this company, to par- shall hold office until the first annual election
cha-e and sell general merchandise to loan or to be held as provided herein and until their
borrow money with power to take mortgage successors be elected and qualified.,
security on real or personal property for money 8th: The by-laws ofthis corporation shallbe
loaned and to give mortgage security on real made, altered and rescinded by the managing
or personal property for money borrowed, to board.
purchase railroads, pipe lines, telegraph 9th: The highest amount ofindebtednesor
or telephone lines and t operate and liability towhich this coromatio may, at any
maintain the same (includ-.ng the construction tme. subject itself, shall be five hundreddollars.
or purchase of tank cars and other rlling provided however, that this corporation may
stock for saidrail roads). to build docks and subject itself to specifiedboadedandmmrtgaged
wharves, warehouses, elevators and indebtedness, not exceeding (So.ooo) tena thout-
tanks. to purchase, maintain and operate sand dollars, in addition to the snd five hun-
steam and sail vessels in the waters of Florida dred dollars, orthe purpose o purchasing land
and upon the high seas, to construct and and constructing thereon a hospital building.
operate electric lihtand gas plants the light- oth: The amount and value of the real es-
ing of any city r town, foror furnishing tate which this corporatn .may hold. subject
powered and selling same to te approval of the ccuimt judge, shall be ten
power thousand dollars
ARTICLE III. 'i bos. C. Hall, D. M. Smith,
W. N. Camp. W. H. Powers,
The amount of capital stock authorized by Z. C- Chambliss. David S. Woodrow,
this corporation shall be St1o.ooo oo divided into T. T. Munroe, 0. TX. Green,
trcoshares of the par value of$ ioo.co per share. A. L. Izlar. Bdw Hiller.
to be issued when the par value, or its equiva- J. W. Hood B. Van Hood,
lent in real or personal property (tobe approved B. Rheinaner. George MacKay.
by the board of directors) shall have been paid W. V Newsom, C. L. Bittinger.
n full. State of Florida.
ARTICLE IV. Marion County.
Residence of all Ocala. Fla
The term for which this corporation shall exist Before me an officer authorized to take ack-
shall be ninety nine year% nowledgmentsof deeds in the state of Floridaper
so.ally appeared O. T. Green. to me well known
ARTICLE V. to be one of the subscribers to the foregoing
proposed charter and to be the same person
The business of this corporation snalI be con-' who signed the same, as said subscriber; and
ducted by a president a vice president, a gen- the said O.T. Green did acknowledge to me that
eral manager. a treasurer, a secretrey and a he subscribed and signed the foregoing propos-
b >ard of seven directors ed charter for the purposes therein expressed;
The offices of president and treasurer; and of i and the said O.T Green being by me duly sworn
vice president and general manager may be upon his oath aid sav. that it is intended oy the
held by the same persons subscribers to dhe foregoing charter and by the
The following officers shall conduct the busi- affiant in good faith, to carry out the purpose
ness of said corporation until the first election, and object therein set forth in the said proposed
to wit: charter.
Edward Holder. president and treasurer. I further certify, that my commission as no-
John W. Pearson. vice-president and general tary public, expires on the 17th day of Murch,
manager. A. D 1909.
David S. Woodrow. secretary Sworn to, subscribed and acknowledged be-
John L Ing.is. John G Christopeer. J. Butt- fore me this 13th day ol April. A. D.. igos.
genbach. John F. Towle. Edward Holder. Rich- 0 T GREENt.
ard S Hall and John W. Pearson shall consti- In witnes- whereof. I have hereunto set my
tute its first board of directors I hand sad official seal. this the t3th day of April.
The above named officers shall continue in A. D ios. JOS-PH BELL.
their respective offices and conduct the business Notary Public State o Florida at Large.
of the company until the qualification of their 4-14-
successors to be elected at the first electionI
which said election shall be held on the faith
day of February., A. D. xg96. and on the same 1IIAISPECIAL MASTER'S SALE.
day of each succeeding year.
ARTICLE VI. ETTDER AND BY VIaTUE O A FINAL
Th decree of foreclosure and sale rendered by
The highest amount of indebtedness to which the Hoa. R. M (all. jadge of the circuit court
this corporation may at any time subject itseUlf for the Fourth judicial circuit of Florida. in
shall be $Sio.0oo oo. The names of the subscri- and for St. Johns county, in chancery sitting,
bersto these articles are as follows, theis place on the l6th day of March. A. D 9go5. in a cer-
of residence together with the amount of stock taim cause, wherein Fedeal Trust tCompany, a
subscribed being set opposite their names: coporaon. is complainant, and Wetmpha
Names Residence. No. ofrhares. Fruit Company. a corporate, is defendant, s
Names. Residence. No. of Shares. special, master appointed therein. I will see at
John I.. Inglis, Rockwell. Fla. 20 public outcry to the highest bidder, or cash,
J. Battgenbtch Holder, Fla. 20 before the front door of the court house o said
John G. Christopher, Jacksonville. Fla. so county, in St. Augustine. oa the first Moeday m
John F. Towle, Boston. Mass. o10 May next, being the first day of May, 1go. at
Edward Holder. Dunnellon, Fla. 23 12 o'clock noon. the folknwing lands situate in
John W. Pearson, Ocala. Fla, 23 Maroon and St. Johns counties, State of Florida,
Richard S. Hail, Ocala, Fla to to- it:
David S Woodrow, Ocala, Fla. 4 In Marion county, the following lands, with
Signatures of incorporators: all buildings and improvements thereon: Lots
Edward Holder, Dunnellon. Fla. one. two. three, four, twelve, thirteen, fifteen,
John W. Pearson, Ocala, Pia sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, thirty-
David S. Woodrow, Ocala, Fla. five. thrity-six, and the eastern half of lot forty-
one. as shown upon a plan entitled "Map of a
portion of fernande Grant," and lots one and
State of Florida, two of section 2at. ad lot one of section 28,
Marion County. township 13 south, of range 21 east. H .
I hereby certify that before me personally ap- Campbell. engineer, recorded in the Public
peared Edward Holder. John W Pearson "ud i records of Marion. county, which lots are aev-
David S Woodrow, incorporators above named rally descrnbd by metes and bounds in said
each of ?om are to me well known decree, and also i the mortgage given by We-


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NOTICE.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed Under See.
tion 8 of Chapter 4888, Laws of Florida.
NOTICE IS HEREBY WIVIN HAT JAM-S
N f purcnaser ol tax c -rdinte so.
424o, dated the 4th day of April. &A D., i S
has filed sd certificate iu my oice and has
made appliratiom for tax deed to isme in s e-
cordance with law. Said certificate embrace
the follwingA described property situated is
Marson county. Florida, to wit:
otzs 3, .- 6, so and ta. block K Duum's
oiwthwtadditit6 Ocala.
Thes am ad bemg asmsed at the dateda
the issuance ofsuch cettificate tlthe same o
SJ.F. D nmn t. Unless d certl'cate slhas
lbe reaeemed acrdng to law tax deed ww
imse there M the a1th day of avy. A. D.. ae.
Winmes my aeial sgature nd seal this the
ith day of April A. D., 9
4 at s. T. SISTRPUK,
Clerk Cact Court. Xaro. County. Farids.


NOTICE.

Il the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Chaft
of Florida, in and for Marion county
in Chancery.
Katie White Complainant. vs. Solomon White,

r IS ORDERED THAT THE DEXENDANT
herein named. Solosmo White. be and be
is hereby required to appeal ,to the bill ol mo
plaint in this cause on or before Monday. the
Sth day ofJune, A. D. D i.
t is farther ordered that a copy of this order
be published once a week for eiht consecutive
weeks in the Ocala Bannme.
This the 7th day of April A D.q905.
(Seal) S T. SSTRTNK,.
Clerk Circuit Court.
By MABLE L. GODSON. D. C.
EDWIN SPt.NCER.
Complainatsr Sohlcitor. 4 4 *

NOT OG-

In the Circuit Coun -th Judictal Cicuita ofth:
State *jdFlorida. Marsa Couaty. in Chancery.
Melissa A. Reeves and Phibtus J. Reeves. he
busbad.--Complainants. vs. Daniel W.
Clark and Emma P. Clar. his wile.-
tietcndants.
T IS HEREBY ORD8RE TRfAT THE DX-
J.feud-ts herein named, Daniel W. Clark and
Emma F. Clark be and they are hereby requir-
ed to appear to the bill of complaint in thio cause
on or before
Monday the ?rd day uf July A. D. -195.
It is furtherordered that a copy of this order
be published once a week for eight consecutive
weeks in the Ocala Banner.
This the 5th day ot May. A. D. 1905.
[SEAL] S. T. SISTRUNK.
3 17 Clerk Circuit Court.
Dwis SPENCER By Mable I,. Godson, D. C.
Complatnant s Solicitor.

NOTICE OF MEETING OF WITHLA-
COOCHEE AND WEKIWA LAND
COMPANY.

A x1MEKNG OF THu STOCKHOLDERS
A of thiscompany win be held on the ih
dayof May. 905.at so lock the m loen s.
at the Mostesama hotel, Ocala, Ma ac c.sty,
aiid ~faor them ofwor taBU ccor by-

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C m mpanygel Sdair Mean-
Mank G----sesowt Bank oWorira.a and IL
C Cooky, H. HSa aM an Wosoa Ito torun in
ser own r t and Paul, C. Cooler
andrwoi u arOwa, astrusntes rwer deieu-
ants,.wil sell iantrat of the court omse door at
S"nr Ie sumter County. Florida. be-
tween the legal hours of sae. on
jt I IMs,
at public out cry to th st and best bk der.
for csh. the allowing described real estate sit-
uatein the counties ofMarmo, Sumter and Cit-
rus. State of Florida, to wit: South west quar-
ter of northwestquarter, southwt quarter:
west half of southeast quarter, and southeast
quarter of southeast quarter, sectiO 9 South-
halfofnortheastquarter, and norteas quarter
southeast utere 30northquarter
orth-ert quarter, southeast quarter of north-
west quarter, soth half q of southeast quarter.
section 33 in township 17 souMth. range o eae
southeast quarter Of northeast quarter and
northeast quarter of southeast quarter, section
I: northwest quarter, northwest quarter of
southwest quarter, secis ; northwest quar-
ter ot nrtnet quarter and southeast quarter
ofnortheast quarter setion 4, northhalfOf
ortheast quarter, southeast quarter ot north-
east quarter, and northeast quarterofstheat
quarter section to; west half of southwest quar-
ter and southeast quarter a southwest quarter,
section 1: east half of northeast quarter,
southwest quarter of northeast quarter, south
hal of southwest quarter, northeast quarter of
southwest quarter, west half of southeast quar-
ter and northeast quarter of southeast quarter
section 12. northwest qaarter of northeast quar-
ter: north half of northwest quarter, south-
we-t quarter of northwest quarter, and north-
west quarter of southwest quarter section 13;
ast half. northwest quarter, and easm half of
southwest quarter, section x4; northeast quarter,
southeast quarter of southeast quarter, section
23; west half of northwest quarter and west half
of southwest quarter section 24: west half of
northwest quarter, south east quarter of north-
west quarter. north half of southwest quarter.
southwest quarter of southwest quarter, and
southwest quarter of southeast quarter, sec-
tion 2s; north east quarter of north east quarter
secbtn 26; north half ofaortheastquartersecti
36; in township south, range east, w
half. southwest quarter of sotheat quarter,
section 5; east half of norteast quarters
west quarter of ot t quarter northwes-
quarter.north alf ofsouthwestquartersouth-
wes quarter Of southwest quarter and south
east quarter section wet of northeast
mrterrth quarteroforthwesquarter
and northwest quarterat south east quarter
sections; south haM ofnorthwt qpatorth-
wet quarter of southeast quarter, and south-
eam quarter of sotheast qmter. secmti M .in
township58 somth, ranae l=east- n:rth we
qIMrter of otheat quarter. and i thwelfst
1nWa m is th half wo
sou kwerttrqmrt quarter atfd
est uquaraser oest m
north wet qaMrtsom wesft feint-
watrquartte r and -ute m southwest
qiurter, to2. In tasouth, nge
=en squatwer M quarter ofw mhm quarter,
I sotweqaesoutheast quarter stqua
section o W I south, rage easmt,
est half of southeast quarter, smctio 36 town-
ship ip s19 sth, rne age 21at; Nth; quarter
of sortheaft eer ar southeast quarter oa
southefasti quatr SOM I; atMihras
quarter of south qarte qu ster s ec s; in
township iS south, sauge aso east s u-
quarter e #northwest quaamter, morth-
east quarter of southwest qurer,
southwest quarter of southeast quarter.
9 east half of southwest quarter, section a3; is
township 19 south, range east; sothwt
quarter of north east quarter. southeast quarter
of sountheast quarter, section 31. township a
soth., range a east; southwest quarterof south.
east quarter, section. township l 2 smth, range
21 east; west half of northwest quarter. see-
tio" 6, township 2 south, range ar east.
The same being sold for the satisfaction of the
said decree of torciosure. "getbher with the
costs, charges and expenses of this sale.
F L RUTLAND.
4 28 As Special Master.


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in Ganesvlewasthat of Dr. W.H. m
Ldtle, of Ocala, at the Seminary au- d I I
ditorium Thursday night. His st- I I I I


ject was "Cmnese Gordon," and for
nearly two hours he held the clost
and unwearted attention of his ao-
dience. It was a lecturepeeated
with the wholesomest philooAphy ot
life, instructive, entertaining and in-
spiring, and expressed in the richest
and choicest, yet simplest English.
Dr. Little has a fine voice and a fine
presence, and is as charming socially
a he is great as a thinker and speak-
er. The lecture, while instructive
and inspiring to young and old alike,
is of especial worth and value to
young men. The ideal of manhood
be holds up is such as the world is
sch as the world is particularly in
need of today. Our Chautaqua has
brought toGaineaville the past two
years some of the best, platform ta!-
ent of America, but it is no exagger-
ation to say that the lecture by this
sFngshed loridian, taken all in
all, was as fine as anything that has
been heard at the Chaansaqua.-
Gainesuille Sun.
Baseball .Gtmpeesbip for 105
DeLand Fla., May 7, 1905.
To the Editor Ocala Banner.
The intercollegiate baseball series
provided for four games between ev-
ery two colleges of Florida, except-
Iag F. S. C., which sent out no team
this year. Stetson University has
played twelve collegiate games, four
with every other college that sent
out a team, and has won eleven out
of thedome games played. Roffllins
college has forfeited her four:games
to Stetban, or the series would have
been zten game. played.
Te Stetson University nine lost but
Xe game during the entire season of
t egi bale and that one was
a game played at
Lake City, asa @In same, 2 to 1.'
They also played Ormoad Bo Womn
professionalss two games since the
apeialg pt se a"on, winning one4
ad loig one. Their playing has
been marked by exceptionally steady
playing, with many double plays.
They are easily the state champions
for this years.
The following is the schedule of ,
games j'yed this year:
Date. Place. Stetwa;, Opponents.
Mch 3-BartowT 1 9. P. 8. 0 '
Mch 4-Bartow a B. F. M. C. 1
Mceh 10-DeLand 13 E. M 8. 1
Mch 11-DeLand 19 E. F. # 7
Mb 17--DeLand 7 S. F. M. C. 0
-Meh i1-DeLand 10 8. F. M. C. 0
Mch 25-G'ville 6 E. F. S. 2
Mch 6-OG'VIe 6 E. F. S. 1
Mch 31--Ormond 3 Ormond 6'
Apr. 1-Ormond 8 Ormond
Apr. 7-LakeCity 2 U. oF. 0
Apr. 8-Lake City 1 1 U. of F. 2
Apr, 17-DeLand 8 Winter Pk vi
Apr. 18-DeLand 9 Winter Pk 0*
Apr. 22-DeLand 3 U. of F. 1
Apr. 22-DeLand 8 U. of F. 0
Intere'legiate,score 72 15
10 innings..
113 innings.
*Not counted in intercollegiate se-
u .twltaOa. to te at- l.
The editor of this paper has receiv-
ed the following invitation:
"The Anti-Monopoly Drugstore
invites your attention to their
ice cream department,
the moest complete in the city. ,
Your preseaee at any time
wE be apeitedl "
These favitatir me atractively ,
gten up cm Japamee paper docile
of tshe pode things in stome for taoe
who wll pay a visi to this popular
dreatr The e o darem asr-
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Wakme and Oo Browns, whose moi,
to is to please their homers by
ev ing nothing but the best ice
eem and cold drinks.
Pom e at Uenste.
There will be a picnic and basket
dinner at the old picnic grounds ne
Morriston, known as "Cooter Rad, ',
on Wednesday, May 24, Everybody
Invited tN eMa thed bring well fined
baskets, have a )olly good time and
listen to some stood speaking. Mr.
Editor, come and be with us. The
Ladies' Aid Society will furnish re-
treshmenta.
Mas. B. GAamo, Pres.
IL V.FP. a. S mktw.
Te Baptist Young People's Union
will hold their state convention i
th iay othe ws W *edesa a i
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