The Ocala banner

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The Ocala banner
Uniform Title:
Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title:
Ocala daily banner
Alternate Title:
Daily banner
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Ocala Marion County Fla
The Banner Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 7, 1909
Publication Date:
Weekly[<Jan. 3, 1890-Mar. 5, 1943>]
Weekly[ FORMER Aug. 25, 1883-Dec. 28, 1888]
Daily (except Sunday)[ FORMER Dec. 30, 1888-<Apr. 29, 1889>]


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556


The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note:
Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note:
Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).

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oaI and PeonaW

Mr. Joel MHoer of lnvernme bha
&0@ i a posatk with Mr. T. W.

M Hr Baltordt of Electra was
a weB wm Marsto county school
tearer Ia OCala Friday.

Mr. b. OsM Ihas bought a large
Sof moosl at Gaiseville and will
muvW these ame to Ocla.

M m. Dward Holder, who has been
spedIM the put several weeks at
West wade IndilanL and with rela-
dt M and friends In Clcinnati, Ohio,
has retired home.

Io ta ise Nixon returned home
Pritay afternoon from a very eajoya-
bIe vIlt at Mclntoah with her friend.
Miss Mary Watw

The tprie of ba e is growing better
aMd ame of ar trebmW are going to
clean p some aoe wmey on them.

Th pictures at the New Airdome
amr ow very ine, aad those who tail
to attend are missing some nice at-

Mr. I. D. Backalaw, who has spent a
part of the winter with us, left Fri-
day for his home at Jamesburg, N. J.
whether he will go by easy stages.

Mrs. Dempsey Mayo came up atur-
t from Crystal River, and is the
)st f her husband's mother, Mrs. F.
L Mayo. r a few days.

Mr. J. EL Johnston's family came in
from Daytona SaturJay. They are tem-
porarily stopping at the Florida House.
Later on Mr. Johnston will rent a
hmme and begin housekeeping. We
bol that he has set his pegs in our
towa permanently.

The Orala Oes Engine Works got in
another caroad of Buick machines
Itaturday afternoon and a carload the
day before. A carload a day :i get-
tltithenm in at a lively rate. Ocal
winl aon be know as the automobile

Mr. c E. 3elutn of Micanopy, who
p o. of the best known mill men in
the msate. was a prominent visitor In




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w omme a m

srt sso l
mommft ----ow

T. Ansley and little son,
spending a week in

Ocala, left Saturday afternoon for
their home at Brooksville. While here
they were the guests of Mrs. Ansley's
sister-in-law, Mrs. J. Sandford Jewett.
The melon growers in the Ocala sec-
tion are busy preparing the crop for
the market. An enormous acreage has
been planted this year and good
prices are expected.-Sumterville

Mrs. H. G. McDavid, who has been
quite III for several weeks, was much
worse yesterday, and her condition is
quite alarming. This will be very bad
news to her friends, who, however,
hope that their worst hopes will not
be realized, but that she will soon take
a change for the better.

A male convict made his escape
from the stockade Friday night, and
in his ffigit carried with him a female
convict, who has been cooking for the
R. S. Hall family for several months.
The authorities are on their tracks and
think that they will have them back
very shortly.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Brown will leave
the latter part of the week for Chatta-
nooga, Tennessee, where they will
make their future home. Mr. Brown
has been identified with the business
circles of Ocala for so many years that
it will be hard to lose so valuable a
citizen and both he and Mrs. Brown
will be greatly missed by their friends.

The friends of Mrs. Dr. Christian
of Oak Hurst will be very sorry to
learn of an accident that befell her on
Friday. She had a severe fall, break-
ing two bones in her right arm. Al-
though in no way serious her accident
will cause her a great deal of incon-
venience during the next two or three

The Gas Engine Works got three
Buick machines Friday. One was
for Alderman A. G. Gates, one for
Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb and the
other we believe is for Messrs. G. S.
Scott and John H. Taylor. Ocala more
and more is growing to be an automo-
bile town.

Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed to
cure chills and fever; 25 cents, x
Mrs. I. N. Withers is able to be up

down from Micanopy in his automo- and about after an illness immediately
bil. succeeding her arrival in Tallahassee
to spend the remainder of the 4egis-
TIEV ABB NOTICES-11x14 inch- latve session with her husband. 'en-
S_-- -A a.i. j 1 AU Ptch

ea fr M atlt tu ue 1J. uV.ea,
or t$ a oses. Apply Ocala Banner
e .tf.

We are reliably informed that the
Twin ljsters Mining Co.. of New Jer-
,..y Iesed a tract of land from the
ari,, ,o"'.. and will rect a plant on
,m~" at an early date. They expect
t, b I"n operation by July .It.-Her-
mnd&* Items in Inverness Chronicle.

Mr. and Mrs. F. E Haskell and
th.-r niece came up Friday from
Sioth iaLk Weir. and were guests at
o (krala House. They returned Sat-
e- aMr. Haskell's friends will be
.... eImth he Im slowlv recov-


were .Misses Meta Jewett, Ethel Rob-

ator I. N. Withers. of Lady Iake. inson. Pauline Sullivan. Susie Fort,
They are convnieiently located at the iAnnie Davis. Valeta Potter, Margar-
home of Miss Mattie Whatly, near it and Mamie, Taylor. Esther W\oath-
the Leon hotel on Munroe stree.--ers. Carried Williams and .Mosdanies
.ll...l S r rnin. News. Sa' 'hfC rle, l .>\'.1 V I-1
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.e so!"

There were special services at the
Episcopal and the Christian churches
on Sunday morning.
The Rt. Rev. William Crane Gray,
bishop of southern Florida, preached
at Grace church and the congregation
at this service was a good sized one.
The bishop used as his text the en-
tire fourth chapter of the Acts of the
Apostles, ana according to our report-
er he preached the best sermon that
he has ever delivered in this city. He
is a very strong ard earnest preacher,
and his visits to Ocala are always a
great pleasure to the church.
After the sermon the sacred con-
firmation was administered by Bishop
Gray, those confirmed being Mrs. Ed-
ward Drake and Miss Ella Bogie.
The confirmation was followed by
the administration of the Lord's sup-
At the Christian church Sunday
morning the pastor, Rev. W. H. Cole-
man, preached a special sermon to the
Ocala lodge of Odd Fellows.
This special service was in celebra-
tion of the 90th anniversary of the or-
ganization, and Mr. Coleman preached
a very able and a very beautiful ser-
mon. The members of the Odd Fel-
lows attended church in a body and
the building was comfortably crowded.
Mrs. C. E. Winston sang a beautiful
Mr. Coleman spoke very beautifully
of the Odd Fellows, and of the purpos-
es of secret orders, to what they should
aspire and what they have already ac-
complished. He gave a history of the
wonderful growth of Odd Fellowship
in this country and his sermon was
a splendid one and greatly appreciated
by the Odd Fellows.
At the Presbyterian church Sunday
night the Woman's Home and Foreign
Mission Society held a prayer and
praise service, which was very well at-
tended, and which was a very pretty


Mrs. Martin Roess was the hostess
with whom the members of the Young
Ladies' Card Club and a few addition-
al friends met on Saturday afternoon
at her lovely new home on Oklawaha
There were four tables of whist, all
of the tables being arranged in the
handsome living room. This room is
in mission and Hwith the green shades
and mission furniture forms a most
harmonious picture. From the living
room a lovely view of the dining room
and music room can be had, and both
of these rooms are exceedingly lovely.
Great bowls of lovely nasturtiums,
shading from the palest to the deep-
est yellow, and a all vase of Easter
lilies in the living room composed the
floral decorations.
This was Mrs. Roess's first party in
her own home, and it was a most ar-
tistic success.
The four tables of players enjoyed a
very delightful game, Mrs. Cullen and
Miss Davis winning the highest scores.
They were each awarded a very dainty
little pin-holder with a hand-painted
cover, and one an engagement book
and the other a small book for clip-
pings. Each of these books had a very
lovely hand-painted cover in a very
dainty design.
Mrs. Roess was assisted by her
mother. Mrs. R. L. Anderson, and .Mrs.
J. K. Austin, and at the conclusion of
the card playing they served nut sal-
ad, crackers, olives. sandwiches and
iced tea.
Those playing a? the four tables


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

The Munroe a Chambliss Bad

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Miss Helen Brown, the lovely young
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown,
was the hostess of a most delightful
party Friday night at the home of her
Miss Brown is a member of the
eleventh grade of the public school
and Is one of the brightest pupils in
that Institution, having for two years
won the medal for the best average in
the entire school for the entire year.
Friday night she entertained in honor of
the graduating class, and also had as
her guests the members of her own
class, and the teachers of the high
school department.
The graduating class includes
Messrs. Phil Robinson, Marion Pelot,
Walter Liddell, Gary Beck, Robert An-
derson and Misses Lucile Moore, Mag-
gie Lytle and Adele Bittinger.
The eleventh grade pupils are Miss-
es Helen Brown, Ellen Clarkson, Ma-
mie Counts, Jean Teague, Sara Da-
vis, Ethel Crosby, Hope Robinson, Ma-
bel Beck, Belle Hodge and Messrs.
Carlisle Izlar, Earl and Carl Lytle,
Curtis Crom, William Bullock, Robert
Ferguson. Roy Cappleman, George
MacKay and Robert Holley, and the
teachers Mr. J. H. Workman, Miss
Lucy Hal!-y and Miss Sarah McCreery.
Miss Brown is a charming young
hostess, and assisted by her mother
and Mrs. William Wolf and Miss Sa-
die Crown of Tampa, she gave her
guests a very happy evening.
The punch bowl was very prettily
arranged in the front yard, amid the
flowers, and the cooling liquid was
served by Miss Nellie Gottlieb.
In the house the decorations were
very lovely, and were entirely in black
and yellow-the colors of the graduat-
ing class. Great yellow sunflowers
with black centers and quantities of
lovely black-eyed Susans were most
effectively used, the color scheme be-
ing a most unique and unusual one.
Progressive dominoes were played
at a number of tables placed about the
parlor, hall and living room, and the
games were greatly enjoyed. The
score cards were yellow booklets tied
with black ribbons, with small yellow
A pretty feature of the evening was
the presentation by Mr. Phil Robinson,
president of the graduating class, to

Fish from W.
Flowers from

H. Harris (colored).
Mrs. Chas. Tydings.

They were accepted on behalf of the Two jars of preser
class by Miss Sara Davis, who gave Tydings of Anthony.
to each their fortune, which were read Vegetables, sour era
aloud, and most delightful fortunes marmalade form Mr. I
they were, too. Wild flowers were
For the eleventh grade Miss Davis young lady, whose aa
also gave to Mr. Robinson a box for remember.
the graduates. When opened it was Miss Leila Gerard w
found to contain a splendid good wish City to nurse for Dr.
for the future of the class of '09. This weeks.
little exchange of compliments was Rebecca a(handler o0
very pretty, and added much to the has returnt- from De
pleasure of the evening. Mrs. Myrtl- Lelie
The refreshments served during the "special' with a patie
evening were most appropriate to the Hood.
summer evening. We have had two
Miss Brown's party, which was such during the month.
a lovely affair, was the first of a num- We are all delighted
ber of delightful things that are being pect of a new hospit:
planned for this year's graduates. eryone will help. One
the city is thinking of
G. I. Singleton, manager of the Cit- efit for the new hosp
rus County Bank, is gazing with long- future, which is cert
ing eyes on the handsome residence he them. SUPER
is having erected on Main street, and
will occupy it as soon as completed. Baxter Morrison's e
It is a handsome property and will idence on the lake is n
materially enhance the value of other of skilled plasterers f
residence property in that part of another week will be r
town. Inverness is fast forging to the plete this important pa
front, and many are they who recog- Mr. Morrison is sparir
nize the fact that right here is the nor expense in making
best place in Florida to own a home.- dwelling one of the nic
Inverness Chronicle. Mr. Singleton is tion of Florida, and it
the husband of Miss Ollie Clark, for- The, location is ar ide
merly of this city. surroundings all one c
the way of convenient(
!r. Harry W\VllAtrs f this city. \who-Inverness Chronicle.

ves from Mrs

nges and orange
Peter Durisoe.
brought by a
Ime I could not

'as sent to Dade
Sistrunk for two

ur colored nurse,
I'uniak Springs.
s with us doing
nt of Dr. E. Van

"special" nurses

I over the pros-
al and hope ev-
Ssecret order of
giving us a ten-
ital in the near
mainly lovely of

elegant new res-
ow in the hands
rom Ocala, and
requiredd to comn-
art of the work.
ig neither pains
ig this palatial
cest in this sec-
Ssurely will be.
eal one, and the
could ask for In
ce and elegance.

IT a Have .... ."' i i. is studying medicine at the Atlanta
Tl .Powers. Harve,.y (ark. .John Tay!(r ',dl -ge,,f Physi ians and Surgeons. Mrs. Royal E. Cole and little son,
The Dickie bird are titterin S. Cullen. his that ha is went down to Lake r
a June wedding fot Ocala. The Lride! finished his first year at that institu- Chambliss, went down to Lake Weir
will be a very attractive young )0 ala WILL GO TO EUROPE tin last week. Inimeydiately after the Friday afternoon, where they have ta-
girl and the groom who it is said wii' closing of the college Mr. Walters left ken a cottage for the summer. Miss

claim her hand next month. comes Mr. Louis RI. ('hazal leaves during Atlanta for Jacksonville. where he has Bertha Runkle. who has been in Ocala
from a ditant .ityv which will be re- th. 0omingil week for Euope for six accepted a position with the Kirk for some months as stenographer for

gretted, as we hate to lose from among
us so lovely a young girl.

Mayor John Robertson. of Ocala.
passed through Sumterville, Monday

weeks' business visit. He will sail f.or
Germany. and will visit other Euro-
pean countries before returning home.
Next month Mr. and Mrs. Charles
S. Cullen will sail for England, where

Drug Company. Later on he hop.,s to
come home for his vacation, which he
will spend with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Walters.

the Camp Phosphate Company. has re-
signed her position with them. and ac-
companied Mrs. Cole to Lake Weir. to
be her guest for several weeks, before
returning to her home in Gainesville.


During April we admitted ten pa-
tients, discharged ten patients and
have four under treatment. No deaths.
The donations for April were:
Two dozen eggs-Mrs. James Nel-
son, Belleview.
Vegetables-Mrs. Smoak.
Magazines and paper-Miss Mary
Magazines, and old garments for
rags-Mrs. Hardy Croom.
Easter lilies-Mrs. Fred Kunze.
Pansies-little Margaret Edwards.
The flower girls of the Epworth Lea-
gue who visited us and brought flow-
ers several Sunday afternoons were
Mertle, Mollie and Maude Blalock,
Margaret and Lillian Little and Clara
Belle Stewart, who brought magnifi-
cent hot house roses.
Flowers and Easter card from Mrs.
Borland of Floral City.
Buttermilk-Hiawatha dairy.
Flowers-Mrs. L. T. Izlar.
Pillow, pillow cases, sheets, table
cloths and table napkins-Mr. Robert
Murrell. Most young men would not
have been so thoughtful, and we ap-
preciate his donation very much.
Vegetables and fowers-Mrs. Archie
McIver and Mamie Fant.-
Magazines and books-Mrs. W. P.
Vegetables-Mrs. Gates.
Vegetables-Mrs. Barney Spencer.
Clabber and vegetables-Mrs. Brin-
Flowers from two little tots, Doro-
thy Spencer and Van Hood Ferguson.
They picked and fixed their own little
Flowers from Helen Jones.
Fish from Miss lola Liddon. and in-
vitation for whole hospital force for
Sunday dinner.
Vegetables-Mr. Jewel.



Mrs. Claude
Marion, after




There comes the vojce of many waaen
Like times of old,
While reason is dethroned and Justice
'Neath cross of gold;
And near our door the shadows euT
Of grief untold.
From out the depth we hear am
voices calling,
To win the fight;
The mist back from the mountain tp
is falling
Before the light,
And greed must loosen soon her chalm
And bide by right
From out the west the first faint itS
Is stealing.
Have hope-push e on.
A silver bell In rare clear toms s
Press on-hope on,
For labor shall no more In chains h
Hope on-fight on.
-Julia 'ook Coon.

The social which was given on Pr-
day evening at Yonge's hall y tl
Woman's Christian Temperance&"-
ion for the active and honorary n .m
bers of this organization wa a v y
enjoyable affair.
An attractive program was rendered
and greatly enjoyed by those preeaL
During the evening dellous cake aW
pineapple nectar was served.
The following lovely program wa
charmingly rendered.
Invocation-Mr. Carroll.
Piano duet-M31ss Gates and Mis
Talk-Mrs. Packham.
Violin solo-Laurie lzlar.
Address-Mr. Carroll.
Song-Miss Eloise Amoak.
Piano solo-Mrs. Condon.
Reading-Miss Dame.
Violin solo-Miss Connor.
Song-Mrs. Winston.
Piano solo-Miss Ethel Haycraft.


Among the little informal -*
tial ,events of the past week was th
small party which Mrs. J. A. Boluvl
gave on Friday afternoon for be
mother, Mrs. W. W Richardson, 0f
PBardrnan. who has been her ggg
for a few days.
.Mrs. Bouvier invited some balt lde
en or more of he frtends over to
meet her mother and enjoy a social
hour with her. The ladies brOgg
fancy work with them, and enjoyed A





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the eleventh grade of a box of for-
tunes for each member of the class.


Ow Tmeos pubMlhed a
g e-Goeveirnor Browari

OM a tihe a hole ctoth."
ft esa1*s Ua the Tmes-Un-
s-i ft a conference between
nfth &a Captain SpadM-
1f a theO UdtdStatea eorao of egi -
ad tate Comptroller Croom.
r JeldM. In charge of the Ev-
ain g e work. ad e-torov-

StWn reesentatives of the
S0 IWa Waod agim st the lower-
| 4W the 1 16 C lakte Okeechobee
40 S 1011to I 0Water over which
S 4 4 1 imt has jurisdic-
SI 11t It t the satateemnt which
I me.k eaned characterized
e "'Mbeoei "' be is Ia error. The
ag i te Wle Itafamned that the
-I- ~ a di tt orma the rep-
-- 49 athn te exactly to
I e weil N ateri that the engi-
abu- oIle has no authority to
9 --1 M Iw ea ch woara but that
I ae~dty eoul only come from

SI stayed by the representatives
t 9I ~sf at the cosaerence that the
S_40agl operations would
I-S L towar t eowel Lake Okee-
Sbo0me 101t et h a"d this de-
S Is 0 IS h ot the water of the
1 It W d neI. would Interfere
Of 1 *10 mn te le, .hence the
m tthe e k iaeers that this
S lent be pmaltted except under
II da act of congress.--


A Ul a better says that many
OM ImrOa of that section are
S l- Ilterested in an experiment of
-. growanga which is being con-
-4MId kby J. Williams. a former
9 a11 t ad tbacmo planter of Wayne
-I y. North Carolina. Mr. Williams
me 1 t terida some time agp, and
w vltting other parts of the state
M- 4 there with a determination of
Ag1Ng a crop of tobacco. His plant-
1o Vw about six weeks old. and al-
Ma1gi therr ha been no rain ftor
ka.s the whole feld is as green and
-bh a If it had been Irrigated. Dets-
0g the skepticiarn of many of his
StAwe. Mr. Williams is confident
Mit ve nture will prove successful.
4 the soil is especially suitable for
OW plant.
veI ral wealthy getntlmen ate also)
eply interested in the work. and if
tWe firt crap prIves a success there'
Wt be abundant capital on hand to
m e the enterprise What this would
mesa to GQnincvillet cann-t* be stated
Ia a fer word. but there is no doubt
Pst Alachua county could moon th' a
mrfhy rival iof the other tobacco
Iwlg conInties of Florida.

"AI hneored citlsen of this tun
I eIfUW from a severe attack of
*lmtery. He told a friend if he
Ag obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's
O-c. Cheer and Diarrhoea Remedy
r fiet coadeent of being cured, he
hivtavf Ied this reinely in the west.
e was told that f kept it in stock and
in- oe time in obtaining it. and was
-mptIl- C red.'" says M. J. Lach,(h.
aIogLt. of W'k'ttt. Va. For sale by
M druisrts. a

There seems ever to be a tendency A bill regulating the practice of os-s I- A lilliputian colony, which has a:riv-
on the part of small philosophers to i teopathy has been passed by the The members of Marion Camp No.: ed in Paris, comprises over one hun-
divide humanity up Into classes. i Florida legislature. 56 held a very interesting se-msirn dried ,men and women. none over twen-
We are set down as good or bad, j
We are set down as good or badiTuesday. Those present were th,. fol- ty inchet-s high. The novelty of the
great or ordinary, bond or free, learn- The property owners of Manatee will
ed or lliterate, aristocrat or plebeian, vote on a bond issue for municipal low show will be that \t is not a show ot
handsome or homely, saved or lost. Improvements next Tuesday. L. M. Graham. commander; E. T. 'freaks" in the ordinary sense. The

In addition to these classes, we have
the masses. The fight for thte Sumter county
The masses are the great undissolv- court house is between Webster and
| .. ...

*d residuum-the people who go abou
their business and neither pray or
street corners nor preach from house
To them babes are born and head
liners do not screech nor do the wire
They visit, but the society column
are not burdened with the names o
Their friends.
'They die and the bulletins giv" n(
Yet it might be difficult to find a
man who at the tribunal of his owi
heart would confess that he belong<
to the masses.
We talk glibly about giving a help-
ing hand to the masses, elevating the
masses, never once admitting that we
like all others, are but a molecule in
God's masses.
And a peculiar thing about this is
that the men who talk Mhost about "el-
evating the masses" are often puny lit-
tle bow-legged parties who themselves
are merely pensioners on a patient
If there is any better way to help
the masses than by going quietly
about your work and setting a good
example, I have not seen it.
Each man thinks his own experience
unique, peculiar, distinctive; he be-
longs to a class, of course, but a very
small.and select class. Just as all lov-
ers are sure that such love as theirs
never before existed, except. mayhap.
on a stage or in a printed book.
And thus down the centuries from
the days of Solomon and his Shulamite
shepherdess lovers have strolled hand
in hand. chanting the lovers' litany,
"Love like ours can never die."
And so we are all labeled and pig-
eon-holed, done up into bundles, and
those that cannot be disposed of hand-
ily are dumped into the masses.
But if we snatch from Cronus ;t lit-
tle leisure and think it over. we will
find that all things are comparative:
there is no standard of goodness. nor
of greatness, nor or freedom. nor of
beauty. nor of aristocracy.
The man we thilk is saved is only
partly saved, and the fellow whom we
chalk-mark "damned." may welcome
us in heaven. if by chance we should
over. on a ifuk'e. get there.


Fort Pierce i. surely on the bioom.
The establishment nt there of the south-
mrn division headquarters of the Flor-
ida East Coast railway has been the
11most important factor but this im-
Tptus has been added to by th, or-
ganization of the Boosters club which
has a very large membership includ-
ing practically all the progressive
people of Fort Pierce. One of the first
good deeds to the credit of the [Boos-
ters is ('leaning Up Day which was
apllinted for today. By tomorrow
Fort Pierce will be spick and -pan
and ready for the next progressive
move of its enterprising citizens.
Mention should not be overlooked of
.I- . . .

A IO UGHT ON THE GOOD tnh- recent Boosters edition of the
ROADS QUESTION Fort Pierce News, which was largely
instruintellal in a awakening public
It does not hurt to keep the good opiinion and which has set a pace in
-d idea teforeth the people all tihe progressive newspaper work that will
IM Iti hard for other piail,.rs an.d iothler
The vt-ry Ibt incentive to private' towns in F'lrid:i to follow. "HBoostr"
~rt is public- act'Wity along this imn- "'ust-er" l-ro\\ n. deserve-rs gr.;at credit
Sralt line. for his enterprise. Fort Pie.rce, is de-
Qeal apprtaches to the country rCidedl. ,ln thl i 1ap. -t. Augustine
Speparti-a of the rural residents will Rec'rd.
Ao -sa' than any other thing to put
an to the motion t meeting such im- Sena'r Horah ,f Ildahl argu-. in
ge ,mIIhts by adding to it himself. vr f n in tax nday. and
We thbolht of this the other day incidentally cmplinn x-Pre'i-
oWnM visiting the splendid premises- of lent Roovlt.
-- rt our Winter Park friend. BILL FAVORS PRINTERS
The coUty oads connecting with
en ows good roads in many instanc- Se natir Nelson of Minnesomta be-
f tw r aItae in private good roads. li.\-es that the piosttoffice depitrtmleint
TMae tr instance. the properly of should confine its prniting work on
Ur. Cevstaek in Winter Park. This stamped envelopes to a menr return
gtm na is having Bartow phosphate card left blank as to name and ad-
tI Iuht to Winter Park. and hauls it dress.
iM I is pi t-v. where he is building 'ith the end in view of having the
SIg fest private roads in the county government discontinue printing ot
to tew vaJe of $15-. business addresses on stamped enve-
AU this o a property which he lives lopes he has introduced a bill pro-
Slty about *ve to \seven weeks tiur- hibiting any officer of the government
we the winter. from printing any stamped envelope
TfA pLhas of tt good roads ques- giving the name of any individual or
a- is worth considering. as it means tirm or company or any number of any
Miy thoowsa ds of dollars of value o stoffice box or drawer, any street
to co uty property. numbntr or the name of any building
| RA thabmKt a fact that the man t,, which it shall 19e returned if un-
g te graw" against or obstructs god called for or undelivered. Senator
|g& It groeal is a knocker at the Nelon believes the government is in-








SSumterville. The -wlds seem to favor
the latter.

One man was killed, nineteen injur-
ed. by bombs in Chicago. Glad to note
that prohibition hasn't taken all the
romance from the great middle west.-
Atlanta Journal.

Notwithstanding the noble, open-
hearted Wilson is dead and the Times-
Union is now controlled by other
hands. ex-Governor Broward refuses
to love it or be pacified by it. It is
the same old story about the vase in
which flowers have once been distill-
ed. The ex-governor has a bad case
of grievance against the g. and g.

What does Osler think of the pedes-
trian who at the age of 70 walks for-
ty-two miles a day and lectures in the
evening?--Atlanta Georgian. Dr. Os-
ler would probably think a man very
foolish to spend all day walking tor-
ty-two miles when he could pay a dol-
lar and make the distance on a train
in a little over an hour.-Times-Un-

The Florida East Coast. reported in
the Railroad Age Gazette of March 26.
as being in the market for 100 bridge
spans and a quantity of rails, has or-
dered about 11,000 tons of bridge
steel from the American Bridge Co..
for use on the extension from Knight's
Key. F:a.. to Key West. There will be
1x2 plate girder spans. 79 ft. 6 in. long;
12 riveted spans. 125 ft. long and 12'
pin-connected spans. 1S2 ft. long. The
order also includes the steel for two
small bridges on the main line.-Rail-
road Age Gazette.

Williams. adjutant; T. D. Lancaster,
treasurer: H. W. Long. W. D. Eminii-
sor. John H. Brooks. D. A. Miller. C.
C. Priest. W. C. Jeffords. J. M. T.
Christian. Alfred Ayer. George Ross.
R. R. Carlton. W. R. Fore. R. J. Ev-
ans J. H. Livingston. Sr.. T. N. Davis,
Dr. Mills.
After the adoption of the minutes a
letter was read from Senator Baker.
making an inclosure of the substitute
pension bill. It was a matter of re-
gret that those who enlisted under
sixteen years of aget are not included
in the substitute bill. unless they serv-
ed for a full year, and that the plen-
sions are not predicated on a patriot-
ic instead of a dependent qualification.
The adjutant read an eulogy of
Chaplain J. William Jones, who since
the war ha., become conspicuous for
his biography of Lee and other patri-
otic contributions. While the eulogy
was endorsed and pronounced beauti-
ful and eloquent, as the distinguished
author was so well known to many
members of the camp it was voted (
that he was worthy of a special and
fitting tribute as expressive o the
members who knew him so well and
admired him so devotedly. For this
purpose Comrades H. W. Long. D. A.
Miller and T. D. Lancaster were ap-
pointed as said committee. t
Comrades Lancaster. Christian and a
Long spoke of him most touchingly.
A letter was read from. headquar-
ters at New Orleans. acknowledging
the camp's remittance for annual cap- i
itation tax. and stating that the Ma-
rion Camp was entitled to seven del-
egates to, the anni'al re-union, which
meets at Memphis June- s. 9 and 1' ,
General ngs gneral n' gral order No. 4
vas rt-ad and the program outlined
'or the re-union of the Second Brigade
n Ocala Junte 2-3. vwas adopt,,l.

Brother Adrian Jordan. erstwhile Comrade J. M1. Martin was urnani-
editor of the piscatorial publication mously selected t.. respondl t, th.' ;.l--
yclept the P. G. Herald (not Praise dress of welcominet on behalf iof thie
God. but Punta Gorda) will, we sadly cranp.
fear. never go back 'to, his literary ('Comrad;te Miller was male chairman
work since the publication of that first 'f the collinittee on arrang-eme'nts and
story on the front page of thie Talla- 'Comradel Harris of the' c mnlfitt,-- of
hassee True Democrat last week. IRead reception. with powertr t, call as many
it and collapse. And to think that the t", their assistance as they- thought
state of Florida is indebted for it.s ap- -t,'.,ss5rvy.
pearance tio a son ,of Alabama,. where 'lniraile' Harris was au thoirizedl ti
the biggest thing known in tlhe waytI h;av alpplropnriatie maadges. with a pi;--
,f a fish is a river imnild ('at..-'.ens;cola turel' of the C'onfederate flag ,nd la
.Journal. likeness of Jefferson Davis as a s. ,u-
v,-nir of the. occasion. printeil.
Is it makingg too much *of the' cunllties The 'co(, andineI-r r or the. (cimp \\;i:
,f Fl-.rida tin foregoi a little of 'he-ir authorized tino pip int a s;ot.n.,- t'. r
.iinbititon--the. desire of eacith to get tihe ci-amp lurilng lit rI--union.
somei, thing for itself at thet loss of an- ('o rnra;-i Long stat.,i ti t thea
other. and to exercises. a Ineli ity o' f gen- i-i)uighters of I lIth ('ionfelira;cy wrainl
uine altruism pr, blone pulllici'. Liet it co-oiper:ite with thle caml i ill n ry
,h reiine mnberd, l that th state i the possible way fir thie sin i ,ss f the'
sovereignn powe''r and each Iwlitical re--union. andl he had (every re;taslon toI
subdivision will deirve more bin ene bllti believe that it wolul hb ; pla 's:an;t :itar
from the g.ene'ral prosperity of the :nenlmrable occasion.
whole than it can gain for itself by
purely selfish \.ventutre.-Pensacola UNKNOWN WIVES OF WELL
Journatl. KNOWN MEN

"If It's Right We Are For It." (Own- Mrs. Frank Billixgs Kello,. \vwife of
ed by the people of the state of Flor- Roosevelt's trust buster. was .liMs
ida. edited by (LAI'DE L'ENGLE.- Clara. M. Cook. of Rochester. .\linn..
Tallahassee Sun. before hr marriage in
So Editor L'Engle "are" the p) 'o le.ith 1
Be it said. however, to his credit, that Her acte with K'
.one of the greatest le'gal lights ,,i thie'
in his animaldversions on everything n
country, ge'gan \\hen he'. at 1.. ,.n-
te'rres.trial hel is tiioo modest to us'e the untry. g n hen h-at
tinr,'lj :t law offi(t' ;lt r ti Ie;til
pronoun "we'\" that stands for the tIK'- i a a sthe ih r aO-
,l~lt H ,. \;l(! th+': t ;, !bi r;tx\, b.ti. ful
ple. Manfully the editor of the paperfar r b
\ownr-d tby the Ipeopleas assumes the en-
S.She watched lhiulm atdvancel to c,'unti. ty
tire re.slonsibility for his brilliant
t t nT l I'T t" et I t ., n.- ." l.., lt.- ."




.l\warfs are not only perfectly well con-
-tituted men and women, but they are.





many of them. "people in society,
,persons of culture and quality. "Wt
are- a trifle mixed, it is true." said the
le-ading member of the lilliputian
company. "and there is even one ne-
gr, among us." But a number of the
dwarfs are persons of good family and
in good circumstances, who have nev-
,.r consented to exhibit themselves
The leading members of the com-
Ipany are two brothers---Count Primo
Mlagri and Baron Llagri-both Ital-
inns. Though both about a foot high
they are full of dignity and explain
that they do not mix indiscriminately
%\ith the remainder of the colony,
ivhich includes persons of all sorts
andl conditions. "The manager merely
chose the smallest people he could find,
yo, in all sorts of classes all over
Eiuropc,." thi.y say, and the company.
therefore. is mixed. Besides aristo-
raits like ourselves, there are peas-
tnlt and nienials."-London Tele-


When the Apostle Paul told the wo-
nen of olden times they should keep
heir heads covered in church he prob-
ably had not the slightest idea of the
.Ind of headgear that would be worn
by the feminine sex in the year 1909.
-Fernandina Record.
Nor had he an idea of the -'perox-
io" headgear, "rats." "curl fronts,"
switches" and "braids." Paul was
11 right when inspired, but he con-
,ssed that he was not*always speak-
!. after the Spirit. And one can
easily believe him. Paul was in some
aspects .a woman suppresser. There
i(< others-those who make them
,'"p the hats on, andi those who
insist they should take them off.-Or-
imdo Reporter-Star.

If otin man can bridge the ocean
omin the mainland tol KEy West. sure-
th-e state of Florida ought to be able
Build a highway from the capital to
ir- .nds of the state.

One instance has been shown
here it was fortunate that the party
iderstood the telegraph code. S. E.
onnemnau. a clerk at one of the big
)tels at St. Louis. stepped into the
iilt iat n iii htii tiii o p.t away some
il:lables. Another attache of tlih ho-
,1 force dliid not : h. him ;aiil closed
,. vautlt floor aidrl tnrnetd the holt.
'",'1h-v iiprisonlingi Romo Irn an. A
)ling wonian. thl- hotel's telf:gr:aph
i''ratorr. r'tlmenliml)hring that he wa.i
one time also a telegraph opera-
r. with a paper weight rapped
Morse code message to him. With
penknife he rapped a reply back.,
villn her the combination 'to the
tfe. and it was opened and he was
leased. He was the only one who
lew the safe's combination. andl had ;
not been that hhe was familiar with
o Morse code !h would hwave sufirer-
I tortures.

C'onditionms ar' transient: lif,. L in
state t" if lux : 'lasses ;r, ;ali 1i. a
rK- *.xtfint I ,-rt !i:n la ,.el,.
t''tt' is ain ida' founie l ,n ;at falls .
"*potht.-h is. .....t in lthi. worll'.s march
often ti, d.pp ,l I y .) a nob 1e-rw .in
e'k-cr,>\x ali sun-up. Thi gradia-

idioc\yn- r tcies ;I nd his finished Irh tr- I I I '
ic i not ;l ays u tliifit r ntr 'her- lt"ye -at t lnste-il Iunty mr. 1 real.
m -i, .iupuurr in u ni.ti I)n , Ot l i tht
I:n'turrict l Teff,. ('laui, i, all to, the l s s n hi on to ) s is nd
imu' tar,1. gr' eator tminrgs: it \a I i 1 rs. K.l 5 I r_.-e1t 4;in rmut s. great as w\ thought,
1s -
\\h.. .e yinaIr :tftr leit.r miiarriage.. ,n- mil th, stupid mnian n nit quit so lull,
A special front Tampa says that mIurae, hi t, ,n\e tii, lSt. uls h,. al,t;l. The difference in men
Mayor Frank L. Wing has written to The-r', hIi' b,..lllt' the ptrtn.r of th', i ,stl in t hir ability toe get their
Senator Don C. McMullcn reqtuesting late sentr 'nshman K. l)v. n In the' fro nt windows quickly I TU N \A
that he not introduce any further leg- rapidly ft',r' il ulW'ar1l. Life. fir the. nnny is a window show. N E R AA L
isolation with regard to the ci ity with It 'a.s htr s:t, c' utse! h''' l.i -r:!,ert Hubbard.
out first being advised by a resolution that let hin tt ticcep(it a sIcial at*t-r-i DIRtCTOi.
from the city council that such legis- n-y-ship f'rl th' gveirne' in its; KILLS TO STOP THE FIEND oI
nation is desired. It seems that the rust-btting procelingt The f win. fi. w running h a full sock of Cof
S,*ta nelarelO il. Ha rriman. th, i-sr n ng1
senator introduced a bill which pro- Sktanart r. H ,ait dc ct,)rs .r $400 with-. *ialBurial Outfite. 8pealgi
vides that none but freeholders shall Paltr trust and other c"n"--- out benefit. Then Huckl-n's Arnica, Iurial service.
take part in any election for bonding Atlanta J irnaitl.. Mrs. Keillhg is a} Sal've killed th. ulcer and cured him. :mboi
the city of Tampa. But if w are to iter-in-la\ f Mrs. J. K. .\usti. of ('ures Fev.r Sorst. Boils. F -Ielns. E(.c-
Tfs t b aa ztrilit. Salt Rheuin. Infallibl- ft)r Piles.
have centralized, instead of local self- this city and shet is said t, be a most Hiurns. Scalds. 'uts. ('crns. 2c. at
government. Senator McMullen will chairing and distinguished woman. Tydings & C('. m Th lack of demand for tumbiM
not have to have instructions or re- THE DISFRANCHISEMENT BILL! Strange, isn't it, that the poor pen- 'aue of prohibitlon-s conqe
Woort Virginia. ha\ shut down
quests from the city council nor the PASSED THE SENATE sion funt gave out just on the assem .t Virginia, has shut down
people of Tampa. bling of the legislature, when all the tory which gave lase-workrs a o
Senator Beard's disfranchiseunent taxes were just in. What was thativing. They can find jobs
A contribution to the literature of bill passed the senate n Friday lat remark of Abraham Lincoln's, any holding of little littl
the campaign against the housefly is by a vote of 20 to 10. way, about "fooling some of the peo- will make tumblere' l the
made by the Warren Fish Company of The vote was taken after a very pie some of the time. but not all the Orl akeno R rter-"St r
Pensacola. in a communication to the able presentation of the measure by people all the time?"rlando eporter-Star
Journal's Sunday issue. This great Senator Beard. who stated that only
fish aAm. amnelia G. Cone of l el. a
fish company, being obliged to make in this way could the rights of the peo- Thel' Frank Clark incident furnished Ameola G. Cone orf al
the refue fr cleaned fish so ofen- ple of the state be asserted. He said t great deal of grist for the newspa ie medal o a been
sive as to prevent the collection of that the constitutional amendminet. per hoppers. e news ie m el or
"human buzzards." by whom it was which first gave the negroes the right burnlr,
so much annoyed, has found kerosene of franchise, had never been legally
verv useful for this rnlirnn e Inidin- -_. .. . ..._ ..... . .. M




Vegetable Compound
Pawp Paw, Mich.-- I suffered tnrt-
Ibly from female ills
including infam-
mation and conv -
tion, for several
years. My doctor
mid there was Mi

Pinkham's VgeetC -
ble Compound. and
Scan now say I am
a well womann"
Another Operation Avoded.
Chicago, ll.- "I want women to
know what that wonderful medicine
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Con-
und, has done for me. Two of the
Cst doctors in Chicago said I would
die if I did not have an operalon, and
I never thought of seeing a well day
again. I had a small tumor and femle
troubles so that I suffered day and
night. A friend recommended Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and it made me a well woman."-Mrs.
ALVENA SPERLIG, 11 Iangdoa St.,
Chicago, IlL
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound, made from roots and herbs,
ha proved to be the most successful
remedyfor curing the worst forms of
female ills, including displacements.
inflammation, fibroid tumors, irreg-
larities, periodic pains, backache, bear-
ing-down feeling, flatulency, indigeL
tion, and nervous prostration. It cost
but a trifle to try it. and the result
has been worth millions to many
suffering women.

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rv^u 44, NUMBER 4 5
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OCALA, F+RIDA, FRIDAY, May 7, 1909.


Local and Pemonal

Phs omrcoats and blanket# in
SW s Flordag What next?

tR. San.der. was a well
mmma Dmelmlo citiaen on our streets

J- IL Poctor represented the
Pon bberh In the city Tues-

VI. ad Mrs. Sumter Brooks are
a lttle son into their home

rt. tRoent Mauroe spent Bunday at
M Lake Weir ith Mr. and Mrs.
r. T. M-me.

Mr. J. C. Mathews, ex-tax assessor.
Us mong the prominent visitors to

Mr. I. A. Kelsey of Stanton was in
the city Tuesday, attending the meet-
i-g to the Confederate veterans.

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell, at the Flor-
Iha House. are the parents of a little
tgrt. who was born on Sunday nighL

P t a burn or scald apply Chamber-
t's alWe. It will allay the pain al-
mOW tlasttly and quickly heal the in-
fW'W parta. For sale by all druggists.

Mr. D. L. K lber of Holder. manager

Mr. T. N. Davis of Summerfield was
in Ocala Tuesday, and told of good
crop prospects in that section of the

Mr. Elber Mills, representing the
western end of the county, was in
Ocala Tuesday, and paid this office a
fraternal call.

Mr. F. Z. Wellhorner of Grahamville
was a visitor to Ocala Tuesdayw and
renewed the visitations of the Ocala
Banner to his home for another .*ear.

Mr. A. J. Leavengood came up Tues-



Miss Alice Bullock waaie hostess
with whom the members (4he Young
Ladies' Tuesday Aftern4 Bridge
Club met this week. All ofie twelve
members of the newly orized club
were present with two exclons, and
Miss Bullock also entertain two ad-
ditiobal tables of players le twen-
ty ladies enjoying the aftooon at
bridge with Miss Bullock wV Misses
Lucile Standley, Edith McGte, Edna
Dozier. Annie Atkinson, C4e Wil-
liams, Leafy Sylvester, Vale" Potter,

terday from Stanton-on-Lake Weir, Anne Mixon, Mary Piatt, M~ L. R.
and reports that section of the country Chazal, Mrs. Arthur Hardat, Mrs.
busily engaged prespring for the mar- 0. T. Green. Mrs. R. L. Andes. Mrs.
keting of the spring vegetable crop. Clarence Camp. Mrs. Edwardiolder,
Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs f'harleRhein-
The S. A. Rawls Company of Jack- auer, Mrs. Charles Lloyd. Mt C. E.
sonville are offering a reward of $100 Culbreath and Mrs. B. Selign4.
each for the capture and delivery of Two tables were in the attratre re-
Hester Stone and Ed Evans. both ne- ception hall and three table. the
groes, who escaped from the convict parlor, and the afternoon w4most
camps of the above firm near this city, pleasantly spent.
a few days ago, where they were serv- A number of vases of sweleas,
ing out their sentences. lilies and lovely okl fashione4inks

Mr. Chas. W. White, Mr. W. J. Cros-
by and Mr Jack Williams, three of
Citra's prominent citizens, were In
Ocala Monday. Mr. Crosby. wt,> is
largely Interested In truck gro-ing,
thought that the rain of yesterday will
be of great benefit :,d to general crops.

ttle f ttgbach Phosphate Com-!
Mr. Patrick T. Randall if Connor
pY. wAs a well known visitor in the;was a prominent visitor Monday. He

says that the rain was a welcome vis-
ra. John D. Robertson and little itor to his section. The lands are dry
mf. Jack. arm spending several days and thirsty and Monday's rain came
at Whitner with Mr. Robertson's pa- down so gently that it was all absorb-
a* ed. and will do a great deal of good.

Vtem you want a quick meal drop I LOST--On Sunday, March 7th, from
to BNsma's Cafe. where you'll find my place at Martin, a setter gyp,
eerythlmg in season on the bill of about one year old; head half white
two. i and half black; body nearly white.
Information leading to her recovery
Mr. J. C. Smith of Pivay spent Sun- will be suitably rewarded by address-
d.y fa dvrek. at thel hon.e of Mrs. Robert Mc- Mesers. Cabe Slalp of Oxford. Hen-
't ur. I ry Snowden of Wildwood, and J. H.
Watson of Colemanl prominent truck-
Mr Joe W. )Davis. the well known iers of their respective sections, were
trw- kr of Summerfield. and a former transacting business in Ocala Mon-
s**el known Ocala citizen. was trans- day. They all tell of good times in
atinsg business in Ocala Tuesday. ISumter. and the promise of better

4.n.-raal H W. Long was a conspie- ahead.
unbu ftrum at the meeting of the Con-
f.'era' n aeterahns Tuesday. He ois- I say, do your drinking at Hogan's
,..rlt,. vet*ranx Tuesday. .H4. is Place. There you find pure goods. Ho-
hItlding hbis age remarkably w.lil. | an,. the Wall order man. z

Mrs C N Kirkland left Tuesday af- REV. L. D. GEIGER'S SUCCESSOR
termoon for a week or ten days' visit Rev. S. B. Rogers left Monday for
at Suthe.rland. Green Springs and Apopka. where he goes for the pur-
Tampa Pose of checking up the books and en-

MrI It 11 Riker-, now of Jackson.
ilW.. ma- in th..- ity Tuesday. She
as on- h.-r uay to bher place An Lake
W'.ir f..r ;a -hort 0i-41

%Mr it *ttar " ii s4 I4 als for x few .days. He is
the gu.-t of hi, i s'ers. Misses Annie
*tid tl, Mu rII ,.-. tt inandaga Hill.
. .lt t.%iii o tiiiles -*uth <4f town.

%Ir .4itl Mrs E F. 'arp.nter, regu-
l.41 wmntlr %iisitor- i.ak. vWeir., have
r.-turno.d to Wre-.ster. Mass.. for the
u.urnmi'r They will return to the lake

tering the duties of secretary-treasu-
rer of the State oUard of Missions.
The office will be removed to this city
and it is the intention of Rev. Rogers
to make Gainesville headquarters for
an indefinite period.-Gaine-'ville Sun.

WANTED--100 able-bodied mn for
work on levee. Will pay $1.'," Ir day
and upwards, according to ork per-
foirmed. J. D. Young. Electr.. Flor-
ida. 5-7-lt.

Judge W. S. Bullock and State At-
torney E. W. Davis are back t;oin
Brnoksville. where they went last
Thursday to finish up the term of the i. %t fall circuit court for Hernando county. Mr.
-- Dlavis says that the judge gave a lecc-
Mr Shrunk left Monday for ure that will be long remembered.

F".,r.-st. Mi-l. where Mhe will join
ir-'nt,, Mr and Mrs. W. Gray. in a
I.Alt tto her brccth-er at 'isco. Texas.
Her frrnndl n ih her a very plh:asantt

es.. for sale at this ofee. loc. each.
or $1 a down. Apply Ocala Banner
okv- .tf.

Judg.- J W Lyle-s hats just r,-etrned
from sa % iit to Wekitwa Springs. H."
gay'f Iat it "' .' ," f th"- l.'autv *'- ts
.of F'l ,rtilA T h ,. -t of ta me \ihl
turk ". Th- t .r.-' .en th,'re tells at st1 --
y r 1 n t *, n

,b..t n ...-:a Sut*nday in '-:ia1a ttlh
.,,- b,!..1, r Mr \W T ;rid
f.,, l. i fot- rly liv ,d in <.aini.s-
\', a ..d -. , ,f th vi ,,s t p t,| u lz- ir
v..un i In .i- h. I, t ity. H is n, ow ir
..,. iI-.r m... tu-m ncss at Hirmin ,h:a:t.

The ,l, re-d K .* P. ,xcursi-ti to
Sran4gl lAk," Tu.-s1day left the city at
,eight-thirty. There were six carloads
,ft colrd '*people. and they were anti-
,t.pating a great day. Many of the
1emvibers of the K. of P. or. the n-
,aignia of the-ir order.

SSALSB-41 acres best farm

Mr. and Mrs. Ahl of Istachatta are
the' happy parents of a little son, who
was born it the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. D. W'. '"impkins, in this city. on
Monday morning. Mr. Ahl is a Ine'im-
ber of the firm o'f Ta.ylor and Ahl. and
his Nite lhas bi'.en il tl weeks.

There \\as a cutting .iffr'.e .t o' p,
WilliaNms sil near h.-r1' S!1 lIiy
,,i ijtt g h.' < \\t e',: \Vitli:, kPr. .-ks ;Iand
itn"tlith'.-r negro iit,!;n,,1 .ik,-'. --K
\\as hardly ha '-k.',l \\ i .t '* ,.
h u' k -k mll in. hl i' it .... i ** ' '
!* ; lt y ; r \n i t' f 1 '' '-i t1 i-
Si, ha% h t'.-' l .b- .1 t ..

A. J M .t 'l .rt. "n. *' : ::ru-
. ,r, .n-kcrs ;tMid vtry 1.- ht io nnty. \i.s .h.light.',l x\ t : \ .,-!
,Ia y' < fa I .- ml, TH:<' \\ 'i ' *!,, 1 '
if the r. ropqs \\te .- su'Te-.triII h. ; ti HI
rain diid not n ,i ne ..ii -, '., :n;t y. It
was particularly b, to p.-t.nuilI-.I
velvet beans. t.1tc. Th., ,.utlo.k is 'iior,.
hope-ful than it was .\v.-r blef-fre .it ihis
season of the year.

Mr. Robert Fr'-de conductor on the new Atlantic ('east
1:ina tr.;Ai thrat 1t-Ap-, Ova~la e~arlv ev-

were arranged on the mantelslano.
etc.. and were much admired.
The club prize, a very daintittle
sewing apron, was awarded tliss
McGuire. and two lovely handklefefs
for the visitors was won by 3t R.
L. Anderson, she and Miss Mlire
having won every game during tIf-
Miss Bullock, assisted by
lock and Miss Atkinson, served *it
salad, olives, crackers, pimento -
wiches followed by hot tea and
Miss Bullock is a charming h
and her party was greatly enjoy
Next week Mrs. C. E. Culbreat lI
entertain the club at the home of .
D. A. Miller where she resides.

All the members of the council were
The spring term of the circuit c in attendance at the session of the
for this county convened Tuesj council Tuesday night except Alder-
Judge Willie S. Bullock, presiding. man Meffert.
Following is a list of the grand All the present city officials were re-
petit jurors: elected by an unanimous vote, except
Grand the marshal and policemen. Four bal-
John L. Leitner, William Fore, ots were cast for marshal, each ballot
L. Knight, J. E. Goolsby, M. M. Litt resulting in a tie between W. C. Bull,
J. W. Sylvester, E. W. o .ments, N. he present official, and Mr. Cul-
Cooper, Job Mixson, J. i'. Proctor, reath, who is at present night police-
B. Griggs, C. J. Jewell. H. 0. Wate an. The election of these officers
man. B. C. Webb. J. K. Christian, 1#as postponed until the next meeting
G. Hull, Rotbrt Holly, J. H. Lucius. It the council.
Petit The taxes were reduced from seven-
W. C. smoak, Calvin Long. E. 64ln to fifteen mills.
Cordero, T. W. Troxier, G. W. Mills -
E. W. Kraybill, J. H. Chalker, W. H. WELLS--RUSSELL
Hall, 1. W. Ogle, J. A. Tucker, Lesley- -
Horne, P. J. Theus, M. C. Landers. R. iss Willie Russell of this city an,'
L. Geiger. Walter Wells were married .e
It was reo.-l among the attorneys, tly Sunday morning at the home
the court 'consenting, that the second e bride, Rev. R. H. Barnett of the
and third weeks be devoted to the di(list church officiating.
trial of civil cases, and as there "-'re and Mrs. Wells left on the after-
no crii..inal cases real',y for trial the 4 train for Jacksonville for a fewt
petit jury \\as di-s.harged for the going from here to the uome
ter':n. griw)m in G(t'orgia. where they
AMr. J. 1.. L'ttnr was made f 'remnan 'eside.
.and .lMr. M1. M. Little cl-rk. )f the
grand jur. David Sag Williams. Jr., ar-
Thgrnd juI ry .liveed a very clear. 'in Ocala Monday from Syracuse.
for eful an impressive charge. 1-York, having returned to that


Dr. W. V. Newsom expects to soon'
make some very extensive improve-
ments to his home on Fort King av-
enue. In fact, he will entirely remod-
el the house, and when it is finished it
will be almost an entirely new home.
While these extensive improvements
are being made to his place Dr. Nevw-
soin and family will move to the hrine
of Mrs. Newsoim's mother. Mrs. S. E.
Waterman. where th.-y will r-s--idI, for
a f--w months.

.\'.. .1. R .io,,,rhad and Miss Josi,-
\\"!]ia, t' \v l, ,tr..- .l. at+. fro' tl,'.
l .ki ,ri I'h a ', r. t 'I D1 D '.. :, the an -
:l I. 11 : l -' I );) ugh I-rs.
\ in h* m. g blil h ;}l t ;s \,***k tt St.
.\ l )l:t. !1". h' 1"t t "11 u'I ,i.,l a 't erl' nl l l
* )r" "'. n i].-nt i'i' AI.'" .\Br Hritt
S.n! s ; 'l w\\ o w'i\i \ l ; |M.,illnt d an alt'.r-
! '. .. .[ls o ,t n,, nTIf '.,1 thl ,onllVolltionll.
intl : -'* ;il! .l tit'ipatiiig a royal

in bMl;>y. but tlh t \:xt s tht noti vel sight
ITr',.-,l ittld here last Sunday and Mlon-
dlay. The good housekeeper had to go
unpacking the blankets that hail been
stored away and at one time the re-
appelarance of jack frost would not
have h.een surprising. The "oldest In-
h;hi., t* >n t-~ hn, n.) rpoo/^l t.^fian of .-iveht

ci veral weeks ago. after a short
Nvi4ere. Mr. Illliams will reside
in Ia, having accepted a position
wiie Southern Phosphate and De-
ve _nt Coempany. of which Mr.
E r Hopkins is thl manager. Mr.
Wvil y vill spend a part of his time
at 'ess. and t'te remainder of his
tin Thie )tcala friends ;of this
II4 -.11 1 1vin t 1in ar.e- *'*-dliglitel 1 to
"' in| t)i(clai again.

i. ays.or 0f Lo, well atlid
\lr. 4 l Ioweli of Anthony. two
,";Lh prhmirnin-ll ruckers in the
.,,i .e. h,,re MAnday. and both
'' ,. about \\ith that smil-
that liiot wear *off. \Mr. ,tl-yso
says Ihis season has bh..-, the
''-si ir i y-ars Arind the, trtzck-

'tk:i p~pI -r .' 1" matiking ot lier
pt p "l'hu !'sh. g.a,,l 'h!at
* ,,.f ur f. Ps % .iliz,.n< -
thi' g+"i t.,'tst dlistrihlit.t d t 'tInl in
l. tl 1 r ,l hr .' harei o f it.

A '" Hrrick and ,laug.-
tIr r, tl
""' "' r 'tvrystal Rive.r Friday
aft-rio dd
r a brief stav in t, .la.
Ac' mp" theii to t-)ehta was .\I'.
f'' I'.. 1 xWho is ioneo of the-
best kno, ing itizens of Crystal
River. an Herman Mill.r and
Mrs. VWil ,lder. Before her mar-
riage Mrs. ^de Bir +,r j,
rage Mrs. .twas Miss Leila Jen+s
of Crystal and Mrs. Holder was
Miss Mar. of Brooksville. Y.oth

v'ery chain

ung ladies.
--ll -%A


CamNew Eat AYthtg.
Mr. J. W. Pritchard, ColumbI City,
Ind., writes: "I am pleased to say that
I have been cured of catarrb of te
stomach by Peruna.
"I could hardly eat anything that
agreed with me. Before I would get
half through my meal my stomach
would fill with gas, causing -ne much
distress and unpleasant feelings for an
hour or two after each meal.
"But, thanks to your Peruna, I am
sow completely cured, and can eat any-
thing I want to without any of the dis-
tressing symptoms. I can now enjoy
my meals as I used to do, and it is all
due to Dr. Hartman and his wonderful
medicine, Peruna.
*It has been one year since I yam


From Wednesday's Daily:
Mr. A. M. Holt of Summerfield drop-
ped dead in this city late yesterday af-
ternoon. Apparently he was In per-
fect health and his death was a great
surprise to his friends. He was sixty
years ,of age. atnd is sitvived by a wife
and one hil.l. i girl about twelve
years of .ige.
.At the- ti.inv of his i ldath Mr. Holt
was op4-era:irig a little store at Sum-
merfleld, but was a saw filer by occu-
pation and had followed this vocation
until the recent depression in lum-
He is suppos,. ber of the Knightl of Pythias and the
United I)rdlr of Uorkmen, as pins of
these orders wert- found on his per-
son after his de-ath.
Mr. Holt hai a .step son living at
Otter C'reek and as soon as he was no-
tified of his death he wired to have
the body mtibalrneo and held until his
arrival. His instructions were obeyed
and the body \'*ws embalmed by
Messrs. MVIIvr & MacKay and now
lies ii, their undertaking parlors,
awaiting the step son's arrival.




Office 5, Gary Block

But if you are lokinv for the best
section in which to locate, eome to
Marion county, Florida, where lands
can be bought at from $2.50 to $25
per acre, according to location and
improvements. On these lands we
raise from two to four crops per year,
and hence do not have to consume in
winter all that we can lay up In sum-

crw, and I am all0. K.yet, sol kae
I am cured."
A Naveuw ewmg
Mr. Lewis Zim, editor a"I propyieO
of "St. Augustine Mete," writes:
"Any man in puble work Sads as
times that he is under sa -r-n --
stals. I found that with It I RO
appedi, and my brain sei ti work
unceasingly during waklngd slee
Ing hours, so I was trew adI vm
in the morning.
"Toaies and InTigorator were
gested and tried, buat nothing wasef bo
efit to me but Peruna. That Is eM-
tainly a remarkable ameistae. I was
restored in three weeks to my aru-
healthy eoaditiom, my appeb tllstr
and my slep was refreshlag.


W. H. POWERS, 0.



Office T tV ~4~Boc)16.



Over Munroe & ChambIoW Bm
OCALA, ** W:tio

J. E. CHACE, D. D. L

Ooiji inf.

Holder Bloek.




Opposite Bammer Owee



Gary Block.


! '" IfA



Office over Commercial Batk
Phone 211.



Office: Second floor Munroe & Chain
bliss Bank Building. Ocale, VH.
Telephones: Ofike, 154; resdeume 4,
Office hours: to 12 a. 2;2 to 4 k9
N.; 7:3e to 8:0 Pi .




One of the largest and most impor-
tant real estate deJls ever recorded it.
this section of the state has just teen
closed here. Major W. R. *'omas
having purchased all the immense in-
terests of the late C. W. Chase in this
city, which easily makes Major Thom-
as the most extensive property holder
in Gainesville. The property- in qi t*s-
tion embraces part of the northeastern
section of the city, including the mag-
nificent Chase home on North Oak av-
enue, which had not been completed
at the time of Mr. Chase's death, and
about twenty other houses under pro-
cess of erection. all of which will be
completed under the same plans and
specifications by the new owner. The
consideration is said to be in the
neighborhood of $200,000.---Gainesville
Notes in Times-Union.

Arthur Hardaker, the popular and
efficient general manager of the Tam-
pa-Havana Lumber Company, tender-
ed his resignation Saturday, to become
effective immediately. It was accepted
with regret.
Mr. Hardaker has given no intima-
tion as to his reason for resigning, but
it is understood thbt he has received'
a more attractive offer from a firm in
Jacksonville. At least, his frequent
visits to that city give foundation for
this belief.-Tampa Times.
Mr. Hardaker is in Ocala for a few
days before deciding on his future


Vn ir w-T


-- Imok

The Home of Captain Hutchinson, of UontpWle. Vt.

Chrome Catarrnh aInd Threm TrMbls.
"It gives me pleasure to write you this letter at this tme OR aneaomt of tohe
good your Peruna has done me when I was quite done up with a vWry bead ed.
"I could hardly perform my ordinary duties, but from the ue .t Pfrm
I am almost restored to health.
"I am quite convinced that it has helped me from ehrie tarr, to
1' which I am subject. It has also benefited my throat.
"I can truly recommend it as the best all-round medicine it has bee my
privilege to become acquainted with. Of this I am quite conviaesi ftr my
own experience."-Capt. Lemuel M. Hutchinson, Montpelier, Vt.
'r .,.,,,.,,... Ws A#w 4W-a 0 N

OW h, ad mhim tb

a t sn th eto
aw 1=4snows Witid

*m t N t -hsto
*u t then af as

& the ea tat am

k PWI i mltAY aea 1Mn

4 VONhM" PMPata to estab

e e at amiso for teacher

SeS m la tint me those.
CAWWh Mm Carnegie an
MMe ama haw* afrdayfor Nat e.

W Law to talking cogni dance o
S Thetn Tint e'" article on the Cong
I- m m-

A Bmr owal has felt call
44 Npe to may that be doesn't carr
prmit eVgislatare in his ves

Sfor the army that is whit
&6Wan his military arsenaL eMr
IU*Roossevelt is "alone in Af-

r r negdees were electrcuted in

L '-- --- -
: O kimt Buowday. Don't telt thl

I f Tre it lhatei sa not an unluckye & letcher favors retaining
t ston southem products. His maid
n edre inO the intate was along that

A verict of guilty of criminal libel
%s oundt against the New York
Ansedea in the suit of J. D. Rockefel-
ler. Jr.- and damages were assessed at

Thie seglature of New York voted
aY a lastt F riday bill to pension her
eawerS Me swithstanding the fact that
S hare a~i the aplicitude of the fed-

ated to investigate the report of thea
tter committee that was appointed to
nma e a prt on the acts and doings
e vierdlat al impr ovement board.n

sfday ain Dural county for the
gailrof his sister, o fs been D0Rptcefe
Shis theahts are centereasd on re-

the lale gegislature adjourned
mam. R. Hudson Burr announced his

eil .ake their announcements this
i ar? s

Tea w great storm in Temes-
Ae. Missurtt Arkanoas and the Mis-

ies wte test and much property was
Tcommitteethats was apin storm

it is saM that the resolutions call-
S for as tivestigatlon of the ex-
psmlltre of fund by the internal im-
pvemt beain has caused consider-
Sale fretUt at the capital. There is a
oi sfte surnoundlig the expenditure
f thse ft eds, and the better way is
to give the affair a thorough airing
md get rid oe the odor.

Mr. fOar says that the Times-Union
is Is errr whbm it ay that he in-
amesd- a ill in the legislature to
pMt i ht IMag ranalg at large in Ma-
st- os ty. He says that he Intro-
dod a ill to prohibit hogs running
at Iaae in sectimo preiencts eight and
a l tma lsMoase to a largely s:gn-
ad peitis t cttlaesas residing In said
pulfdtaW. We take it that on the hog
uesU Mr. Cam is for "local op-


In a recent number of the Outlook 2.vrtibir.g. wilch in r!ceat years, Tom W shows that the Chi- The legislature has spoken and the The etro IsCo q MSt toM
e*-Prtsldent Roosevelt wrote an arclt has grown to such colossal proportions, nese children attending the Christian people will decide on the repeal of theI ans the ames of H. C. and F. A. L.
Son Socialism. He says that socialists ie so any other things, was largely Mission ach are furnished with present article XIX. of the constitu- Casidy, who sleep in honored gaves
are the "opponents to private proper- an accidental affair. ree board, ee ooks, free tuition, tion, and the substitution of another- in Evergreen cemetery. It is
ty," are "bitterly bogtile to religion Its acknowledged father is Robert and then pal to come. Does anybody for state-wide prohibition in its place list ofdeceased veteran-Jackon
and morality," and, in a round-about Bonner, whose name will be forever believe, he that the poor children We do not believe the voters of ville Metropolias April 2-
way, are holderss of free love." associated with the New York Led- of the back ds regions of our own Florida wilL adopt the new one. They el this "plwre" can
In the Appeal to Reason of May Lger and Dexter, the great trotting land Would ve to be hired to come ought not to do so. An importation of Well, this edpl. We are- can now i
horse. to school get a free education? long-haired men from Oklahoma and rapidly gratified. We are told that in
U Mr. Eugene V. Debs replies to Mr. Before Mr. Bonner's time it is true Are not th minds and bodies and Illinois, made for the purpose of gly- the last two months forty-five eter-
Roosevelt's attack, and in the doing of that the newspapers carried some ad- souls of th Ittle waifs of our own ing us a higher civilization, is distaste- ans in Florida hav answered the last
which he seems not at all mealy- vertisments but they were inconspic- l as p ous in the sight of God ful to a southerner raised under other roll call, and have swelled the ranks
mouthed. He says that Mr. Roosevelt uous and made no claims to a news- as are the then boys and girls? conditions.ex wa opposed to submit- the army of the "lent ma
id is a "big bundle of vanity and hum- paper's assets. Sometimes houses But the ncipal of one of the Mis- The Index wa opposed to submit-ecause And wh y should this be th majority
t bug." Continuing he says: were advertised for rent, the departure slon sch adopted a new rule. She tin this matter to the people because Afor why shedding of this be the ars
Mr. Roosevelt has covered pages at of steamboats and sailling vessels, the required t payment of three dollars aw ahead trouble for the democrat- for the shedding of tears
I- a dollar a word which, signed by any notice of a run-a-way negro with a a year fo ee books, free board, free meanparty. These men have outlived their burde
other than Theodore Roosevelt, would pack on his back; was occasionally station tc., and some of the schol- It means that the negro will qualifyulness a
have abeenconsigned to the receptacleitto) vote against another amendment fullness, are now lcomlng a burden
Shave been consigned to the receptacle seen, but the page advertisement of ars quit om Watson comments: t a an d the state so why should t a b

in Again. Mr. Debs says: the great mercantile houses as we "Woul ot thousands of mountain it means, further, that independentism a pleasure, to se them "shuffle ot :
Listen, Mr. Roosevelt! The man know them were totally unknown. boys angirls thank their Heavenly will loom up all over Florida again this mortal coil, and pass off the
or whose misfortune you seize upon as an In the early fifties Mr. Robert Rion- Father f such a chance as that? and probably with a different result, stage?
d excuse to stab socialism in the back. ner, who had been a type setter on "Suppo the same system had been The adoption of tate-wide prohibi- Of course the Metropolls does not
and whom you crucify in public with the Courant, of Hartford, Conn., applied our own country at thetin increase of at mean what t says nor do we. but
W the malignity of a dragon, was born the tim4hen the missionaries adopt- tion would mean an increase of at mean what it says, nor do we. but at
Soverty and married asa mereboy. moved to New York, and set up a t hen te missionaries adopt-two mills in our taxes for state the Confederate soldier is to be
Id In his maturer life. realizing to his un- small printing outfit, and contracted to ed it inihina-what might have been eas signed at all, pension him as a soldi..r
speakable sorrow that he did not love print several different classes of the insipng result?" It mr ans mor than this. Capital. and not as a pauper.
the woman he wed he was lawfully papers. Among others was the Led- Thera lot of humbug in this for- It means merta hptaL.tas araupe.
epaatedfrom her, y mtual co aers Amon others wa the Led- Ther lot ofhu in ths for which has ben flowing into some of Let's draw the line. Let's mak
Sentand lawfull married thewoman er, which was printed n the interest tear over the sad lot of the mis- our cities, will stop until this matter paupers paupers and soldiers soldiers
he did love. In this he simply did of the country merchant. Its cilu- s is decided. As a rule we take our'n mixed, but in
what thousands of your republican lation was extremely limited. The sionar are generally wasted. We Jacksonville will call a halt in her this particular we'll take it straight.
friends have done. and for which ev- know ine of them that have servants
_ ery decent man honors them, seeing owner becoming interested in a more improvements. and all for a Yankee
That prostitution is never so vile and profitable enterprise relinquished it to dre them and fan them, and at- improvements, anneered by long-haired men "HE THAT WITHHOLDETHall for a Yankee
ryrfad--ngineered by lng-haired men "HE THAT WITHHOLDETH CORN"
shocking to every moral sensibility as and Mr. Bonner not wishing to lose tend very beck and call. No plan- and short-haired women.
when practiced within the marriage the small profit he derived from print- tatioqnrd during the regime of slav- If this is democracy, the south-will To the Editor of the World:
relation. ery .. in more luxurious ease.
You have never criticized any of ing it paid a small price for it and ery l in more luxurous ease not be solid next time.-Lake City In- It is a sad thing to see a man or a
your republican friends for exercising continued its publication. He gradu- TO AEXAND dx. company of them trying to raise the
this lawful right and moral duty, and ally dropped its mercantile features II STICE TO ALEXANDER --- price of wheat, which is the staff of life
s you would never have dreamed of and added family reading instead. He s ALL ON ACCOUNT OF FRANK for the poor. The old proverb is true
dragging our comrade into the lime- As example of how an "inno- CLARK "He that withholdeth corn, the people
light had he also been a republican in- was struck with the increase in his cent ttle paragraph, unanswered, CLARK shall curse him; but blessing be upon
stead of a socialist-and you know it! subscription list and made family mi ork injury to a man's political the head of him that selleth it." I
d But I am not yet through with you. reading a special feature of the paper. gfut we quote the following from pray God that the men who have such
Mr. Roosevelt. The gentleman prepar- He then began to print short stories the pa Tribun. jut a it apear-reckoned with. He has not only got a wicked spirit as to rob the poor of
ed by your foul and slanderous press the pa Tribune. just as it appear- their food may fall into the pit they
to serve as your horrible example be- from eminent authors. Finally he got ed hat paper: lour own people at sixes and sevens. have prepared for others. I would
Of cause he dared to speak the truth, an array of the most distinguished ,, acme of littleness was reached I but he has put the democrats in con- rather shake hands with a grizzly bear
- never in all his life tasted liquor or authors in the United States to write by ` alexander when lie protested F stance than with such a man. I trust th
tobacco, never uttered a profane word. for it and he made this fact known agt the election of Duncan U. gress in the same boat. For instance, time is near when such men
never polluted his lips with a lie, nev- fr as United Stats senator, al- Senator Rayner of Maryland, one of drummed out of society as unfit fr
er played a game of chance, never Ithrough the advertising columns of the th Fletchlr's election merely car- civilization.
- spoke an unkind word to his family., Herald and other New York dalies. rtit the mandate of e th party. ex- th, most accomplished debaters in the WORLD READER
y and never crossed the threshold of a.He paid out as much as $27.000 a prqd through primary election.'" st-rate and whose head rarely gels off Daytona, Fla.. April. 1909.
t awdyhouse. Can you at d your in ti- week for advertising, and $150.000 a ghe Tribune paragrapher had ta- its balance, recently said: Like everything else. the price of
same? year was among his annual appropri- kwhe time to get his figures cor- "'1 hart ri-en mainly tr one pur- wheat has two) sides to it. While a
And yet this is the man you dare to nations. He let this be known. The r e. or to properly interpret the pose. and that is to try and tini out high price hurts the consumer it ..lpi
h .lay wanton hands upon to convict the matter was taken up by all the E sh of the explanation Alexander whert I am in this bewildering con-! the grower. the same- as higher pri e,-
socialist movement of immorality, smaller publications throughout the g he would not have inserted this' fusion up-1 th subject bef,)re us.. I for cotton, cabbage., potatoes. 'arp.t-
But still, another moment. I am ,: ant t., locate my.-if if possible, in this
- not yet through with you. Your own country, and as a result the I raph. but filled his space with ilt nigt tumult aid cmmiinotion, .upes. etc., help the growers in th;
principal political preceptor was an New York Ledger became the s other kind of "fill-'r." and see if there, is any light upon the section.
eminent republican. At the very time best advertised paper in the world, Alexander did not "tpr-ot.,st'" Ji rizon that will lead me to an an-
you sat at his feet and implicity obey- and made for its owner a fortune and ; st th election of Senator Fl"etch- ch)rag, .out of the gi)mn. The wealth of the- G.rman nat:.n I,
Sed his every order he was carrying on"Vhre am I and ade for its owner hat an I These utipyn with ar, v' ios rale "y"
e a liaison which culminated in a shock- he was ranked a m'Ulinnaire when mil- ut merely stated that in th, pri- are th innimenttus problems that are ultip:ying with marvelous ty
y ing public scandal. This eminent re- lionaires were much fewer than they elections he had vot'd for ex- surging in upon ime. I have never had Herr Dernburg. the S*.. r, -
publican statesman whom you visited are now. He became the owner of rnor Brioward. and that he would the slightest difficulty before in solv- tary. puts the increase urgingg th.- w .
maithntiquened th n wnit wnha m yrsn Dxter and through Dexter betane the to east his v.e as a min,.mbenr Of iing therll. What is there in this per- decades, 1s4-19'4. .t :'i.'0e. ....
m a in ta in e d th e n is t in tim a te ,po 'r st n e rig he i*! ti >fi t n l m e in tin 1 D erte r'an d.4 2 1 t.I',oD d e c a d e s, 1.s4 l 9a *t* ::on i
g al and political relations for years, great friend of General Grant and legislature+ f.r his personal choic. certainty and d .ri nl n' he stnatr r n t
- made a young woman the victim of Henry Ward Heecer. both of when he primaries, but that as a r pre- fril.,l Rholde Island proclaimed the oth-s, -"ial democrat( .,rganr. V. *.ir. --
t a mock marriage and some time after- w1ere passionately fond of fast horses. tative he obeyed the wishes of the S r tlay that ,tur party had Jractically accepts the figure without l.r t.. '
wards had to leave his private car de- p l 'ition isrurt. Iia e.'i
tached from a regular train and take d I r. honner's advertising, whictl. jority of the people of ol.rila. nl a ed the Irinciples for \\hich i .ry indication points t a c i.
a circuitous route to outwit the au- gre t, such c olo ssal proportions was orde.d'his vo),te for the man wl > le- ag, Itt. it a i' a'l n' n n' *f almost untpara ll.' prospnrrn fra
l thorities who were waiting to serve tri..d merely as an experiment in ted th.- candidate. of his w'.n choice. v ,,r ,, ,t tariff s.-itiply for revenue,. but amongg all classes ,,f th. p.-'pl' ..' ,I
the warrant issued for his arrest. !pushing the salle of a paper which There. w;:s nothing \\rong( utnlieo- it lhadi I'ine a convert t' the oC- Th. income tax r.t;urn, ef I'rus f .r
this eminent republican he finally got cam into his int his possesoin by accident, tic. or no inpropriity. in making t'rin" t a ~ar ff tf"r protection. I re- I.. publishe.l a month ag. .h.'v .
t rid of the cruelly outraged young wo- Although spending prodigious sums ch an explanation, and \ e are of s it" it u .r, s. simlY sieakitng fbut u.,regate of in t,. ..
man, and the nasty affair is now a fir advertising in other newspaper opinion that when the Tribune mn y 'lf n.,\v, whie,'- d, o I stand'? Am I cent. larger than that for l!''>.. ,hi.h
closedd incident." r
tr. Bonner never permitted an adver iragraih man "pe.nnedi ths f.-w in favor of a tariff for revenue, with in- in turn was rmor than I1. . ''
Speaking of the virtue of the social- tisment to appear in the Ledger'. les" he hal a certain to fill ists Mr. Debs says: h way blazed u b Mr *. rh,,n ital r'veuiiue.' Am I al democrat, for in-
Socialists are the most intelligent of1e way blazed out by Mr. Bne within a cert:lain timt limit which pre- stance. on free hides and a republican ,-
workingalsts are the most rkintellig ment of was quickly followed by others an uded the possibility of time fo r ('er- on groundnuts.' Am I a protectionist The wives of -'lrilda s f..rn,.r g..v-
they are uniformly clean In their hab has since grown to be the most coloss 'fying facts.-Pnisacola News. ,on zinc ore and pig iron and a rev- ernors have recently been the r.. p;-
its and wholesome in their behavior. business in America and has spre' -t_--- en reformer on citrns anl iineap- ents of an appreciated courtsv tr.,n
They are readers, thinkers and stu- to all parts of the world. ? ON DANGEROUS GROUND Ples. Governor Gilchrist, who presertel
dents. They are men and t oheirmn oes Persistetnt, heoric. colossal adveh The Bartow Courier-Infornmant Mr. Scipio Craig. editor of the Red- each one with an especially designed
homes attest their fealty trall the do- timing has made tl ousands of perso thinks Frank Clark has "preached his lands (Cal.) Citrograph, is dead. The pin in the form of a shield bearing the
nmestic virtues that sanctify the fire- rich and is now the largest asset down funeral sermon." VWrong; Frank(' Citrograph was one of the very best ",'al of the state of Florida in enamel.
side and beautify the family life. fouAll every daily and weekly newspal&'hlark is the livest member that Florida publications in the "Golden State," The workmanship is exuisite. an th,
ovthese "thoroe United States are to be found printed throughout the work, has had in congress in forty years. He and was copied from more extensively pins are distinctive in every w..y
are sober, industrious and capable: has attra'cted moret attention than any! than an- other, but at his death it Ja'ksonville is particularly fortunate
there are no illiterates among them r. Light has been successful Florida member since W'ilk ('all tookk was discontinued at his request. He inasmuch as three of thet exclusive, p1nt1
and their name- are never found on I his fight for the reduction of the nil ,ff his shoe,.s in the senate chamber li'.- lid not believe that anyone else would i have been received here. for a.ttien
nation of lawless capitalist injunctions ber of clerks, an(d all were decapil' Tamia Tribune. conduct it with the same filial devo-ithe prominent residents are Mr-, i-'ran-
lation of lawless capitalist injunctions '(i .feigMs ~la .n

and in defense of the right of free as-;ed except five. But when the whoi The Tribune is unforiiunate in o, m- ion that he had do':, and fearing:i P" Fleming. Mrs. William S. J.n-
semblage and free speech. of economy started it did not 0 paring Frank Clark to \Vilk Call, and that it would not be kept up to the innings, and Mrs. Napoleon H. 1 w.arnd
These "thoroughboing socialistsbe with merely limiting the fiumber. a complete answer to its contention same standard of excellence, its pub- -Jacksonville Coat of Arms.
areloving and it is thious and not their al- clerks, but one member. more entl in favor of Frank would bt- a para- location was discontinued. Giving the!
legend "immorality" and "free love.. siastic than the others. thought t phrase. of the' question in that tfam,.n .i ate of his birth and death, the fol- laud L'Englb'Sll ar th- ut
that provoke the wrath of Mr. Roost- ithe spirit of economy to be si" loem of Mrs. Heman's about the. l y" lov wing inscription appears on his in rnt in antlr 's t ne ut .r
novet. He knows thawords but they kno hin. should be such as to strike hona te h "st.l on the burning deck." tombstone: "He edited the Citrograph that in which the capital i l ti.
and in the stately advance of this he pocketbook of every membe sc "An 1 Wilk-oh. ,here is he:" and loved Redlands." Laudede certainly must be having ht.
grand army of "undesirable citizens" he moved that as the railroad mige Frank may follow in tie wak. of a pap troubles. It's hard enough toan pblih
he sees his political doom. was only three cents, that the p, of W\ilk \without even taking ff his shies A4.\nng the signs that the war is firm. but to) write and edit over the
Refuting another charge of the ex- the members for traveling exp ses to (it it. A democratic congressman atually ',er is the statement that thela daily paper many mile aay and
president. Mr. Debs says: be fixed at that amount. On thispop- who makes a speech hat brings shouts t -inu nt t General Stephen D-. Lee assume the responsibility for the co-
The Appeal offered a reward of f-. position 'the vote of the Marionem- of approval fro the republicans while is being hisl in Boston.-Atlanta rctnss of that copy Journal. the limit-
thousand dollars to anyone who would bers was divided, Mr. Light ting his democratic colleagues sit in ri his is not the first s Gergian. Pensacola Journal.
with the Alton Steal." as channectand yea. and Mr. Carn nay.. The iwas silence, is treading 'n dangerous ans ediately after the surren- brilliant editor hare certainly hitting th
proved by documentary evidence in its'passed and this little graft is hiped ground.-Bartow Courier-Informant. ieat Imm tewly aor the surren- briSuiant has all the apiu.ting
columns, but there has been no taker. off. r at App attox the New York Her- Sun has all the ablpparance ksmitf showing
The "brutal wrong-doing" of the Ap- Hon. H. M. Hudson has introduced ald plat its masthe nalfurs of Grant and issued from a blacksmith shop.
peal consisted in its uncovering the As we said before, it make a big a bill in the senate entitled an act vie president. Good old Hrace Gree- Sermons on the well known txt
"brutal wrong-doing" of Mr. Roosevelt difference whether you are I"1' or
and his whilom friend Harriman difference whther you are in o" a act redn G o Horace Gree- Sermnons on the well known text
windlin the stock and bon d holderarriman insout." This is illustrated by t fact to protect and promote the fruit grow- ley signed Jeff Davis's bond and said, "The poor ye always have
of the Chicago and Alton out of sixty- that the other day Governor toward ing and horticultural interests of the "Let's clasp hands across the bloody aae among
three million dollars, the charge being addressed several letters to beaker state of Florida; to exterminate crop hasm." Had it not been for the gim- you," amount to very little unless you
specifically made and the figures F.arris, the object of which vas to pests and to provide for the appoint- and wordy charity to a hungry
plainly stated in the official report ofarris the of which to pests and to provide for the appoint- let poticians the war would ave do something to relieve their wanta;
the Interstate commerce commission. be read to the legislature -ad be ^ f ended at Appomattox. and wordy charity to a hungry soul 6t
he Appestateo Reason has no ammissiponl be read to the legislaturenal, but t be ent of county inspectors. Except about as consoling as a bundle of r.
The Appeal to Reason has no apol- printed in the journal, but it is the for the creation of more offices we The beautiful new Masonic temple grets-it sounds nice to the ear. but
ogy to make to Mr. Roosevelt. What reception they met with: can see whereini such a law would be at Gainesville. which has just been it does not Ull an empty stomach or
the Appeal has printed it stands by. Mr. Durance moved that te furth- most beneficial. The government en- completed, was dedicated with very clothe a naked back. Be chartabl

Its power for evil and shunned of hon- from ex-Governor Broward to the tomologist says that "Florida is the imposing ceremonies on Wednesday. and for His sake who was charitable
et me fBu its e r hunedo tho speaker of the house be disDMinued, dumping ground of the other states, Grand Master Lewis C. Massey pre- be liberal. The appeals for chart
est men. But its three hundred thous- ndd that they, together wih the re- owing to the lack of quarantine and sided over the cer-monies. The new are many, but do not turn a def
that Mubishr. Roo knvelt hates and isfor tothemessagrelief of the goverta ae iors of inspection lws." In years to come temple is one of the largest and most to anyone, and above all thi hee
t and that for the same reason he did mgnsertain counties, etc., be red to Florida is going to be the greatest complete in the state, and is a magnfl- the cry of the poor widow who has
it and that for the shame reasoupprn he did e judiciary committees A B. in fruit producingg state in the Union, and cent building. children.

during his capitalist administration. joint meeting. Which was l*eed to. the industry will need some sort of _.h
Mr. Debs' letter covers seven col- supervision. California looks after "Mother's Day" is the second Sun- _
umns of the Appeal to Reason, and Is A good immigration bill was killed her fruit industry very sedulously, and d(lay in May. Let's all celebrate it.
the hottest roast that has ever been in the house because of a lack of as a result many pests hav, h .. n.. -rh..... -Lvc....-. ..- s..o n=

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m:rilbed lads wl be sold






Mr. Robert D. Mathews waq. the St. Augustine feels honored in en-To h Editr Oala Banner:
Miss Lottle Mills of Berlia is visit- popular host with whom the Ocala tertaining the Florida Divisi4n of the thW Editor Ocala Banntr:
1 rTelattves in Ocala. Concert Orchestra met last night for United Daughters of the Corfederacy. H. W. Woolf of Atlanta. who is the
. D. their weekly practice, and this even- The fourteenth annual convoition of, manager of the southern weighing andr
r-iJ. D. Bennett. the vetea physi-t this organization began this morning inspection bureau. recently denied a
dm of Crystal River r nt nwaoing of music was one of a gr-at deal
m Of Crystal River, was aumon our oin the- new auditorium of St. Joseph's statement made to him by the ndtion-
Wdlaeaday visitor, of pleasure to the members of this
day visitorspl d musical organization. Sever- Academy. and will be contiMied to al league of comnii.ssion merchants
S. morrow and Friday. It must indeed: that his company was continually bill-
Mrs. Job ri Mrs. John Spurli has one to (3o- other of r. athew friends wer e gratifying to the division n have ing out ears of wate-rmelons with'
11ta1. S. C. where she will spend present nd greatly enjoyed and ap,- such a large and representative at- overweight. Thanks to C. H. and C.
the sUmmer with relatives. predated the mus&. tendlanc' of delegates who hawv comeI W. Kimball of New York City. large
During the evening lovely refresh- -
During the eveninre frm all parts of the stat That handlers of watermelons, Air. Hrnley.
Mr. T s(rn o Beri ments were served to Mr. Mathews t
r. T. istrnk of Berln was their -tay may be pleasant and proti- secretary of the national league of
-Mnl the well known out of t.wn gutets. tabl.- i'- thewish ofthe wish f he people f this commission merchants, was able to
visitors in town on Wednesday. So far as we know it has not yet i'y a.i *-sviecially se- because hlis is present some facts and figures to Mr.
been discovered with what instrument th. first state convention of theLU. D.! Woolf that will cause that gentleman
Marshal Thomas of Dunnellon was the Indians carved their flint arrow 4'. ,*vor he-li in St. Augustine. l) the ti revise his view of the situation mu-
a prominent visitor to the city on heads and battle axes. They were not m -"'' *f Anna Duminiett cllpter. terially, and do a wholt.i heap (of think-
Tuesday. acquainted with the uses of iron or th. l e*--t.s-- -chapter. is due, great ing besides. .Mr. Hanley g(ot bitsy
steel, yet must have had some on- prai-, f er th,. arrangements wl.ich with some tigures supplied by the N\w
Miss Ethel Lyles was in Ocala Tues- derful instrument *o have done their ,i,.. b-....1 el.- for th-. 'cmf crtand York tirm. and April 21st roe Alr.
day on her way to Columbia, S. C., work so perfectly. The ancients, too. )le- r f t,,-.vitr. i. I vry op- W oitilf as follows:
where she will spend the summer with on the other side eof the ocean hal an r t d r. H. W.
relatives. Miss Lyles has been teach- instrument which for hardness aii til 11 th, p,,ints 'f intcre-st -., hat \Veighing ;it) Ineispe.ctit.n .t r -.;iu..
Int at Orange Lake during th. pIast otnen.ess was far sulwrior to any in;- '.' 1 it :vV return C ti-ir .tlSir-Pt-rnii to i in
term. strumment known I o mankind at tl,. pr h,.c- m. c t pt reply Vi.> \iur f;ivr .' April
SIpres-ent timen.. It is said that the sculp- t' *i :i:,, n.-S t. th. til- t:!.\. thi: \\, arre by no
Mr. Ge-orge Ross of Largo, a or lr ar d he in Nert's .tuols'.i..'* 'ccr.ti. intl;iis minin-.r..nn,.,! relative, to. the
Marion countyite, was a visit Tu-s- l u- ut tfore' you. I'l-nty of
day and attended the session of ,he T -sumn. r hs,. t Rom. dti, a ,i*'e" ,f MISSIONARY LECTURE L)ST ,i, ,:-, i c furnished in support-
day and ork -o won\idlerful that it hhs u, r NI cur GTiiit of the nuinerus er-
Confederates. He and the -.t, eJltrpp. h,. i ;a :iw- rnrt;i- NIG HTIrr n w.i it ,f watermelon hip-
this paper "tit" toge-ther *. t y-i ,* t .c cr ,, cu ,,r. .n ,,t* ,..e -i.., |' ' tie -tt,,r'nine the erxt..t clf
t ar: ." ''-y. < "'yi.i ,ti :i, t }l ]1tL 1. s.-. ,; -;;; ". .crri x ls t',or a r c'e,.iv,,r
_:. tt the .ur'. ".. so K t:lt ;. : t l K. ,,,k ,, Ni w ,; i g, i ,, ,,giut July
r. e uir. mi i ni yT.ri..ecr. iii h i 't ;,ll,,.!teg
Mrs. H.- C. Seeley .1f .\la ,-hln. ti ,. Ti'- i strun -"' 'for -. x
sp-nding a few days wx\ih her e*:g.'- ?- l.e- ei e i ,nnr-e. 'unni is a i-SSl alcI .., ,,t
ter, M rs. A. C. Cobb. Mrs. S .. ,, , .n t r ar, fr, :.. 5. e.,thern i h -h
lth art Ti f niakiltg H\ %oiC i|.i-i ,,' t lost.(
Church. ,:. f,,r ... ,nt,. -n years he
on her way home troni a visit to i- tTh.- edge f tile instrutm.nt :u'llLt have "churc .6, $2.14'v7 -?--')n v-- h .- k. I !a.
other daughter at Wauchula, in n llt tha th at of ,,. l bee n Japan, w h .r. she has ea ",5 2, 1.-.L2.1t.1Cl. .
Vrye x.llent ; ***Vice S1he has beat-.C 11 .44'- lChe Fa
Florida. could anciemitly be te-np.eri to be es 6- h25.2 ,,.44--Ala la.
at home for two years and expect 25,30o 12N.4-.\lachua. Fla.

Miss Ellen Thagard. who was taken wa. Theesoon to return to apan. 33.271 23.'i- lachuat a.
have been forever lost to the world. 31.S36 122.2. --Alachua, -'la.
very ill several days ago. wa slightly Mrs. Cumming is a very charmin 26,004 139.24-\ aldosta, (,a.
better yesterday. wiich will be pood The spring term vf the Alachua cir- woman and is a delightful speaker, an 22.130 137.59-Valosta. Ga.
news toe her ma:iy young friends. Miss cuit court convened in Gainesville on her talk last night of her mission S8,124 121.6s-Vallosta. (;;a.
llen i sutrin from a sever- at- y. The Sun says: "After sound- work in Japan and of the customs and If yCu de-sirt contirmation of this
-, u .Monday. Th e Sun says. "After sound- ; ou can secure it from the Pennsvl-
tack ',f aopf.-ndi itis. We hol" t hat ing the civil docket, and the hearing manner of living of the Japanese wa ania Railroad. We' could furnish an
%.he will son.n ie fully recover-ed. of an application for injunction in thelvery entertaining& and her lecture was bundance of like particulars from
case tof John C. White vs. Richard Me- greatly enjoyed by those who were Ither receivers in New,. York. Boston.
Ah 1,1 ... ,-1 ;.;d

Thbe<(kala Steam Laundry is ic..11.
-xttra work this week. having accept-
..- the eittract for doing the Gaines-
ivtll laundering. the Weaver Steam
Iautndry in that city having been de-
wtroyed ecn Sunday.

If vwe ere in the vegetable busi-
n. i u e. would want to be a partner of
Za-k c'hamblis.'s. He knows how to
a- - oncet it is

Conathy vt al.. involving certain lands,
in which injunction was denied, the
court took a recess until 2 p. m. In
the above hearing Judge Horatio DLa-
vis appeared for the complainant.
while Attorneys Anderosn and H. M.
Hampton represented the defense."

Mr. Arthur Clark. who has be,-n in
the office of the Armour Company in

pre-sent to hear her.


The W. c( T. I'. strawberry anr ice
cream social which was to be given
Friday evening, May 7th. in the va-
cant lot on the corner of Fort King
and Sanchez streets has been postpon-
ed until Friday evening. May 14th, and
a1 ill taCk vilmd-o in tho rsimr*nt 4tcm _

gai. ktcep'lia aniu rPittsDurg. andt l i
Irtain that this matter warrants you
alst thorough investigation before
Ik* opening of this season's business.
S"In talking over the, matter. t'. W
Ijnball supplemented the* figure- h


tl furnished Mr. Hanlv (as Ipresent-
An the letter from that gentleman to
t Woolf) by stating that these fig-
Um regarding overweight hadl been
rne especially as a test to confirm
A& - - -

diq-*- the cru ,i'rP "" Jacksonville for the past year, has re-' "" e.""".' i *LA r """- hl.(Mr. Kimball's) contention that
ad*e andl never lets a chance *escape ceived a well merited promotion and room0 lately Iwcupied by the Boston tlouthern weighing and inspection
him Rsult: He is always on e increase n salary. Mr. Clark will tore people. The patronage of the b u was nvarably billing car
nopublic is earnestly solicited.
street. sot)n go on the road for this well public is -arne tly solicited. abC their correct weights. The fig-
tare, wo was known company and will represent M ALLAN BRIDGES. urfiven were a promiscuous lot ta-
Mr John Wills of Stared n tho cwasl them iin Florida and possibly South Secretary. kettrom one da3's receipts and or-
,anner arrived in the city yesterday ;eorgia Mr. Clark will continue to STILL DSCUSSING FRANK CLARK dei, re-weighed. nd did not include
annr. tarr He says the make his headquarters in Jackson- a li(iderable number of individual
fnm irnuth WtdSi t eala in theilile. ank rksaaWillia cari* dored re-weighed now and then
mant. il.r'ntl in la -- th out the season
fi-t, har made our little city Jennings Hryia. the great democratic t
st f*w ?y''ears Mr. R. A. Riddle of 1acen. CGa.. was "tesivetrs of melons.' Mr. Kimball
Mr R A Ril of acon was leader. had ;about as much to do with
ue .nern boki a visitor to (hala yesterday. He is a sai(5in all markets know, and I ave
sthe- tariff;st on ilneappl.:-s as
ii.e ',-.-hrali has r turned to .son-in-law of .Mr Morse. who rect-ntl. IR.oosvelt'. hting trip in ,frica has knc for years. that they have tbeen
m. i..igi G after died at Lynne, and was with him when char for tonnage never hanle by
h h. at Th,,masville a.. after died at Lnn, an \ith hi to do with fhl fe, d given tro the wild Charl for tonnage never handlel by
her h time in Oc&t with her he died. He will not return to Ma(cotn beasts in t rk. id rankthe Itroad company, but have never
suuitedr. Mr. s Gibbs MeRae. Her until the estate is wound up. Mr. Ridl- 'a at been 4red to action.- It is no secret.
a ,rn. art-r McRle. accompanied die is a splendid gentleman and is ap;p'Ie by attacking Bryan? If he did. but itl a matter oft-en mentitine It
grag n. d ill trenain in Thomas- thoroughly posted anent the plitis of his milanner f getting things for his shipp throughout the south with
her htr'-vral month. Georgia. const-itu.nts is so nund-about that whonithave a c"se. p*-rsonal ac-
ille -iturtsisso und-aeut that quain.., and whom I have visited
Sf iin At the end of this week essrs. M- they need hople fir but little during auainnufor a greathom Iany years that
carlond of Williston the short pe-riod he will remain in of-I
r Irmnent l~ r t kla Iver acKay will have in a carloadl .--liani Metropolis the t lportation lines of the south
a nd paidne this off a frator-of Jackson automobile. Thesewillwill rvttheir trait-loads of melons
i-i. and In order t be in c e the fist of this make ever seen i ANOTHER BLOW AT THE POOR across track scales without even
Sith ur ppe for the co*mitngcala. Messrs. G. S. Scott and J. H. -Hon. Thompson S. Butler says that stoPPimuch less uncoupling, the
h ohi name on ,.ur grw it ITaylor are the first purchasers. the ndition of the poor is being cars inler to get a correct weight,
li-r .nro td Mclver & MacKay will have ade harder every day by the rich but wJiltndl,.av,,r t, catch it as the
bt (one for their own use. So we contin- , for their own use. So we screening the flies out. forcing the car pa"
M, 14-.rtha Smith. sfoed daughter ue to grow as an automobile city. flies to congregate. at the homes ot "Perslly,. we have never ordered
,f ~r. c S mith. has returned ho R Yonge was bitten on the those who are unable to put up screen a car rghed in the Pennsylvania
fW titN s s ry vacation. Miss Smithg yesterday doors and windows.-Douglaville :-Y-41' h14 with the result that we
attend the- Wahnton Seminary in to Mr. A. Moses. Mr. Yonge at (Ga.) Argus. i e flft the weights correct, but
ttata. at whti'h Institution ther.- had the wound cautevred. and y time the original
nta. thr kl girs. wh.l will re- had the caue ad There were eight prisoners arraign-; wights 1ved an excess above the
several ther Oalas not apprehend any dan as thed bfore Judge ul Wednesday. correct t. It may be that r.
Shone has no Aynpioms of the rabies.Imt
trn hn rr dog has be t tlns ,u the rabits. Two of them e-ntered a plea of guilty V Wlf w bise the point and inquire
Mr. and i Mrt, ar Tifgner ofNa future develop t iu tC almi the oihr six will be tried the first i why we. not have our cars re-
n. se the parenttt of a litti n future devel week of the court that will be devoted we'igh-d iew York. if nit satisfied
wn. wh, -as born n this city Mrs. M. J. Ros s l ad I.ttll.te .th.e trial of criminal cases. with his hts. The answer to this
ay ntght at the hontm of Mrs. "li tn paid a business visit to, L.eshurg. -, iis. that tl e~thod o f re-wveighing is
atchetder Befoire her nlarrtie Mr Wiklod. Orange Home and other J ,,l her tw pan *'y a great deal of incon-
a Qtch elfr "tf !t l Ja,-ksolle'! ,o pay a visit to, her4.,.)in., lnf n ,,n.r abl los s
Ttgntr ,* Mis- Idith BatchetdrfI plaes in that neighlworh, ol vysterdlay. ,, I, daughtr-l-law. r. anl Mrs. i, .li often c- nmsiderable loss
this city. and her friendS ongratla, Inaking the trip n il their autombhile h tr cz ti. ay. ale ofthe
her mad Mr. Tiner on theth brought hme wittheem rrv'le fit, It i Th ipon. ; thir.r lavs. h-esidles the cost
The bro ht ho ith t.'l ,i in that 'ity, artr for this .ir-
their se.eond enm fruit from Senator Haker's prettty or- v c a 'Acar extra for this ser-
ange grove at Orange Home. all. an Mrs. (;eorge K. Keeney are; 'e
Mr. W H Moore, who has now join- the hap parts f a daughter, who Th "*t .rs i this section
ed tie tit of truck growers. was a vis- 'olonl W. .. west of Valdosta as ade her appearance at their home in ght to ta st to revent
it Tuesday. and to prove his savings a prominent visitor Wednesday. He Aithony Wednesday afternoon. the sa, i raci.s which are the
by his works ~gbughlt a crate of beans has but recently returned from Wash- rule in this *tory. the same as that
to a o that he* can su ssfully tu'rnington. where he 'went in the interest The First Baptist church of this city shon" front e (Oak. Alachta and
a m~l to most anything. They ere ,of southern lumbermen, cto have the has unanimously called Rev. Henry E. 'Valdosta. '' cala Banner ran do
Aitlbuted In due form. and he was tariff r--tained on lumber. ;Gabby of Cadiz. Ky.. and he has been its readers |at favor by bringing
Si t utI m of thal ks- HeifI thissatr -
Sw w solutkmn of ntthanks. He I- notified by wire of the call. this matter wral attention of the
t f & Wmay aYt ways be counted I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stalbvrg of growers.
ty mo just lie Dunn lon were visitors wednesday. Mrs. L. B. Tydings of Anthony spent truly.
Saving come up on Tuesday. It was Wednesday In Ocala, the guest of Mr. k c. CHAMBLISS.
Usr Mtltwera's first visit, and she was ..% -. a


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State ,of Iloridla.
Executive Chamber.
.' ..lahussee, May 4. 190J9.
n. J : -"inmday. chairmann D-.'mo-

crati- zxLcutive t-.ommittee. I'ali
Beach, florida:
D>,a-- Sir-Replying to your lett..
May 1st. just received:
As to the appointment of officers
for the ne.w county of Palm Beach, 1
would state that in the sclectio;. of
officer- I wo\ukl prefer that they were,
electedi by primary. I think there
c'tmll he- fiiound three men in e-ach lpre-
c-inct- \\ho liwould serve at such elec-
tioin without pay. In this way. the
*.l action would cost but little. HoI-L
v-er. if the sentiment of the county is
crystallized in favor of certain men fro
the. various offices, and the county is
practically unanimous on the subject,
nomination by executive committee
x\ ,uli suit mI-e.
I wish it undelrstsood that I have ab-
solutely no choice as to the selection
i,f a single man fox any office in your
coiiunt:' My desire is to, "hands off
in All olunti's. I have no desire what-
iever to use- my official position toward
purnishing my enemies or rewarding
my frie.rns at the qpense of the pub-

lic. .

In fact. I am now governor, and

;:. 3u'l ;i1 entllitled to the support
those \ho supported mne. as well
th-,se w\xho ,oppospC )me, so long ias
aint loing the best I can.
Very Wruly youls.
H Governor

The senate killed the bill Ihich was


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day of May. A. D. 19". by lthe Hoae.
qie W. S. .ulloik, JJudg of th 1ef
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cau... p-nding in t(hr *iruit coo n f
the fifth Judicial elrcuit. in sad jA
Marion county. Florda, wbere t Da
vild Wooxdrow is complamlnt and
Chaney Benton and Royal A. M. M.-
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eighteen (18) of the new servsey
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B *-. .." I1 THE PO (T) MISSIONARY THE P OPuk TO p --' .. "

-, Tom W shows that the Chi- The legislature has.. .
,In the Ilmates fifteen in number, posited the county treasurer's receipts nese children attending the Christian people will decide -
a tes and eleven colored: no for $425. being contribution from Cit- on ch are ;urnished with present article
ifto a vling occurred since our last ra. On motion c unty warrant was board. e Nooks, free tuition. tion, and tv-
sting ordered drawn for $50. to be used in for sta
L A* athen pal0 Come. Does anybody
!' SM ^ I rsJohnson is being nursed by the extension of the Citra and Ocalsa twen, t, he s n that the poor children
IMr. V Incise of Kendrick, and appears road when necessarY. ery ses ack ds regions of oria.,pa
SI-to be a shade stronger than when last On motion of Commll1oner Fort the Heights cerian church, of
Vsmt: GaOo' rwne& The negro. Ed Bell, who was following resolution was adopted: which State President Winnard is the
admitted at our last meeting is some- Rolved That all the public road pastor. Over a hundred delegates -
W. wat improved. and it is hoped will in this county not hardened and now were present, but so many came by A/,/, ABSCRIPTIONS PAYABLE IN AD
a -t w. J. soon be able to shift for himself. in use by travel, the width thereof in boatand trolley car and reduction in
I The doctors have the blind man, right of way is fled at 30 feet. All railroad fare could not be obtained. y
-- ad r L ard B under treatment, and will in the public roads now hardened and that This was tht only damper on the spir-
t o s seaw ftre remove the cataract from may be hardened hereafter the width its of the happy congregation. W
his eyes. Other Inmates continue In thereof is fixed at 40 feet. Provided. Dr. Clark. the World's Union pres-
t their umal. but feeble. condition. that no tax payer will be requested to dent. as tie honored guest, and made ALA WEEKLY BANNER and The
I 1nei tatt Rereto attached is the expense ac- move in his or her fence, except it be- addresses or led conferences in ev- T p klv JacksoLville TiKLme-Uni one year
Scta mat e the superintendent for the comes necessary to do so for the ery session, greatly to the edification 'E nT To e Thri?
L'r ~" menth of April. maintenance of said road. of all parent. Several pastors were THEE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER and The TBriC-
w sa and Respectfuity submitted, W. M. Lucius. superintendent of on hand vho helped make the conven- a-Week New York World, one year ......
act. J j. M. MATHEWS. hard roads, presented report as fol- tion helpful. Presidents Jolly of the ALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Weey
iew Commissioner in Charge. lows: State Prtsbyterian College at Eustis, I OC A WEEKLY
Ito L & s Superintendent's salary. 135: cook- Ocala, Fla.. May 1, 1909. and Blasbman of Rollins College at At lalta ConstiLtutiO, one yer .......... .
Ca*u*se a& &aIn. $14: nurse, $10: washing and Mr. Geo. Mackay. Com. in Charge of Winter ?ark, were present and de- fliE oCALA VEEKLY BANNER and The Atlanta
$. am joing. $9.50; hired help. $9.70; Mar- Hard Road Work in District No. 1, slivered addresses. Jo l one year. .... .
Nm luir, & Carn, $49.40; L. J. Blalock & Marion County, Florida: The Anior Workers' luncheon at i-Weekly Journal, one ye ...........
o un t Br> $32.50; Helvenston and Pasteur. Dear Sir-I beg to submit the fol- noon on Thursday was presided over | li OCALA WEEKLY BANNER aid The Ctom
I "W t *. 0$8'; Tydings & Co.. $7.55: Ocala lowing as my report of work perfbrm- by Dr. (lark, and about twenty Junior Paper,) OBO Aea *1*
m pro and urniture Co, $1-25: J. J. Guthery, ed and money expended for the month superir*ndents were there. Another lloner W. J. B ryan's Paper,) one yeaT..
$7.15. Total. $184.20. of April. 1909. on the hard roads of pleasara feature was the serving of ''i J CALA WEEKLY BANNER and The Toledo
ter Prt Commilsioner W J. Crosby and Mr. district No. 1. Marion county. Florida. supperdn the church dTning room to llade Weekly) one year ...............
S C pe- Z. C. Chainbliss. as committee, appear- I have graded and removed all delegats arriving on evening trains. E ad T SV
C lmromerw ed and submitted a write-up of Ma- of the trees, stumps, roots, etc., The 14ge, spacious new church gave il 11 C( AL-\ WiElOL _NN and Th
Prector. with rion county\ and its resources, which for a space of twenty feet wide along splenld opportunities for small con- ii;11, \\'eel3 News, one year *...... .. ..
tte emammity, was read an *approved. the roadway from Sharp's Ferry for a ference and talks by groups of work- 1 4 HE OCALA WEEKLY BANNER sad the mt e'a l
hqr af unts yTax Awses r Ayer appeared and distance of 1% miles west from said ers b ween sessions. Veteran (Nashville, Te.) both 7 ......
=a" report asked permission to purchase a book ferry, still leaving about 3-8 of a mile Thpsunrise prayer meetings, large- [[
M at a uture typewriter for use in the assessor's of- to be worked in the same manner. ly attided, brought their uplifting in- D A L Y .
flee. Request was granted. I have'also had the Summerfield. fluent over each day. the one led by
OU|-r P etor Board thereupon adjourned to meet Orange avenue. Shady Grove and Rev. '. P. Ensminger of West Tampa T'E OCALA DAILY BAN NER and The Daily da
0~ow at 7o30 a. m.. May 5th. Stokes' Ferry hard roads dirted with- beingof special interest. OALA DA
SWdnesday, May 5th in the last two weeks. My T16 "In lMemoriam" service, con- vaunah "News, one year ...... .. ... *... l* .
r. meet at Board met pursuant to adjournment, for the month amomnlts to $778.21, ducat by Rev. P. W. Sinks of Tam- THE OCALA DAILY BANNEB and The Dail
All members of t"t board present. of which you will find in clerk's office pa %s a most touching service, in Jacksonville Times-Union, one year. ..... .#i'.5
ar d a sked Mr. A. Frank appeared and submit- itemized bills for the same. whisk tribute was rendered to the i 1AL DAILY ANNER ad The Daily AC
S Matm into a ted a proposition for putting into cir- I think $1.0 wil be sufficient to meet coinydes having died during the year. ALA A
e. beside the culation the proposed pamphlets or pay roll for free labor for May. Di Clark gave his principal address laiutL Journal, one ea" .. .** .............. .
Oawaha nd advertisement of the county, submit- Respectfully. We esday evening with the theme, I'; 1, 0 ALA DAILY BANNER aDd Atlanta laily
Sted by Messrs. Crosby and Chambliss. W. M. LUCIUS. Supt. "C1lstian Endeavor the World .,,::'.. .'! inUcudil -n "1la.), Oe Y. c. .
la. Duffy. attkng Matter was laid ever. On motion the clerk was instructed Ove." which was enjoy al removed from Mr. W. W. Clyatt on behalf of the to order one "Beach" all steel !oad that hundred people. Ht- afterwards EI
fp. described as city of Ocala appeared and asked pay- drag from the Beach Mfg. Co., Char- attded, an Endeavor League, rally LIU SUBNSCRIPTIONS PI YA.HI.E IN A/I 1 .-I\ f'N
p S1 s. r :1. and ment of the city's proportion of road lotte. Mich.. to be shipped to J. M. [i*n in his honor at the St. Paul A. ---
k&. On motion tax. collected on property within the Mathews, McIntosh. Fla. NLE. church. A
frawn for $10 in city limits. On motion of Commis- Following justices reported no f nes e ception was carefully planned,dress All Orders to
ltoner Mathews bill was ordered paid. during April. 1909: J. K. Mixson, T. a'crowds of firends were present to T O C A L A B A N N E R
Wddiek appared Hon. E. W. Davis. state attorney. L. Johnson. W. W. Jackson. L. L. Hop- e)y it. The loclI entertainers had

l "Ws exemption. purchase for use of county one filing The following justices of the peace St convention worth comining to by ma O ALA, FLO DA.
ras instructed to cabinet and box paper. On motion re- reported fines .and costs imposed dur- delegates.
and ruest re- quest was granted. ing the month of April as follows: Reports of Junior superintendent, Y I ./ : I(lPTIONS PA YA HLE IN ADVANCE
me and omitted Petition of C. W. White for permis- Joseph Bell, county judge, fines, 1 state secretary showed a gratify-
inter st. and as- sion to redeem certain lots in G. I. F. $220; costs, $22.69. improvement in Christian Endeav-
"* exmmpti,'n. Clark grant at face value and omitted C. J. Smith, fines, $4; costs. 0. during the past year. --
port relative to years taxes, read and refused. Alex. Wynne. fines. $25; costs $4.S3. The presentation of certificates for CONFEDERATE NAVAL HEROES AFTER EIGHTEEN YEARS WILL
erryM r nad. and The Ocala Telephone Co.. appeared J. O. Turnipseed, fines. $100' costs, rvice well done by both Junior and STAND TRIAL FOR MURSER
trcted to make and asked permission to place a long $16.20. tung Peopl's societies was an in- Judg"- A. 0. Wrigth of Jacksonville.
Sfrem the (an- distance telephone toll station in court Wmin. M. Gober, tines. $53; costs, 0. resting portion of the program on Ia.,t deliv%-red in Charleston the other The docket of the spring term of th.
house. corridor for the use of the gen- The tax collector tiled his report o thursday afternoon. The' Tampa Itay an illustrated lecture on the ('on- circuit court will be cleared up in a
i ap|prerd with .-ral public. On motion of Commis- licenses collected for the month o eights Presbyterian society won nine t'fderate navy. which was one of ab- shorter time than usual this we.-k.
$80. and war- sioner Fort permnsisiot was granted. April as follows: Licenses received fo tars, th. only one of thirty-srx socib- l)ing inter-st. It was the lecturer's
rn for $40o when Iprovided booth was placed under su- the county. $,3.75. ties receiving so many. was a opinion that history has mad. to lit- owing to the fact that in a number ,f
w building i.ard pe.rvision and approval of the chair- The county treasurer tiled his rt.pot, i between the Juniors of that church tl'. f th,' lli' chitv- ntl .t' o. the criminal cases the def..lau.. h.-
m Mparr. in ac- man of th.- board as t, place an(l qual- showing receipts and disburseniment ndi those of Magdalene and Tavares. t''a tlitrs of th. c'onf'.,lericy. wlho pleaded gulity, thus saving the- ;:t.
I ~a~*lutit'n gov- ity .,f tHth. including balances on hand the last On motion Commissioner W. J the month as follows: The Juni,,r rally showed remarkable ships and 'ithsout facilities for build- The. most important murder ca-,.- or,
Wpfa relativ*" t'rshv and Mr. Z. '. Chambliss were County Proper Fund kn,,wlodg.. of the Biblo by the several in* th,,ml ,)r obtaining supplie.s and thi. t,-,-.t that ,f Gtbriel t',\li .l :,o
of L. Horn- & continued as a committee to assist in Received ....... ........ ..$3< s tking thre Four brihes qvuiprinnt. Opposed to tai n was the o, kt. tt i riel C th r.,e
^ to tax ass- advertising Marion county, and that Disburssdi .................. 3150s ^ iotis taking part. Four prizes c talUit Punus't. U)ilos. d to thu,'na was the i r ',r '.
dtn i n adtt were thought worthy of presentation, largest and most p,,',.'rful ia ty in th. son that the Italian plead guiic to
aCememnt and this committee be authorized to have Balaic,. .. .... ........$ 566,one of which was given by Dr. Clark, w,"rlh. To shw the dliffere.nce be- manslaughter He as chargt-d wlth
It was ode1red .Wo, pamphlets, and also to use their Road Fund Endavor itn the two brane'h. s of the Con- ud ;h wt
Home & C.i. discretion as to what photographs and Received ............... ...$794.0 f Enat service as they are tr.ateld n he first degree, but he plt-d
po at matter is necessary to be Disbursed.................66 brought frm far-away Spain on one strte. Judge Wrias tht co .p ared tr.ate guilty t the lesser charge of man -
included in said pamphlets, and also Balance...... .............$134 The consecration service was led.l by written recoari of General Robe.rt E. pe H e wr e tnl b
Wtr Hood ap- to contract for such advertisements in Fine and Forfeiture Fund Rev. S. V. Dilly of Avon Park, and Dr. Le,. with that of" his brother. Sidney Judge Ca ll, thu csing a'ae se which b
mtom of Corn-. uch journ als a they may deem ne- ived ... ... .. ........ .-33 Clark gave the charge to the new of- Snith Le.e. The latter is scarcely h as been pending for s lusg tim -
itWS Sr of pom etsand to tt hee b e icers in the installation service'. the kniswnd in history, although Judge Colosa. oe Colissimo. the Italiang b.
t was ordrd phlets, and also to state where they Balance........ ..... $13' 1 ,occasion being more impressive from Wright declares his career prior t. the tig known under bo the Italmes.n, bw..-
$ for $(. payable can be had upon application. Building Fund ., -,, h.. ... .. *, outbreak of the war was as brilliant -

with request n motion the county clerk's office Receive......... ... ...... $378 .........................cha with th murr Mr. J-
b i r< having the church for his journey L f h' more iistinguishedj ^ r
d make further was designated the distributing point Disbursed................ 0 leaving the crch fr his journey tht f his mre istingished eph Llambias here nearly eighteen
Sof the board. for these pamphlets above referred to Halanc. ................$ 7Sn The hwards. me campaign banner narl in th t linflerate navy. Without 'are: ag,. Ir. Llanbiaa Was i
SWilliams for and that the committee have inserted School Fund twill e khapt b Northeasten baDistr riny thper fiancee s for bu.ithout rge of t ci reato t th
efrrd to (omr- a notice in the pamphlets calling at- Received.... ... ....$41 49 \ill bc kept by Northeastern District, sy thro .r appliance. f(or building til and had a force Italian
Ith power to act. tention to this fact. Disbursed ............... 1-'73 which gained five societies in the y-ar, ships. the. Confederacy constructed and working for him. There was di
A and On otion -aplication of J. B. and Pomona Endeavorers will have it mmssioned the first ironclad that ferenc over ages and ht rd
of Ol and On motion application of J. B. Wal- Balance ..... ... .........$ 76 in charge for faithful woaithful k during the ever engage in a sea ght. The Con- f n fver i e afn M. Lrd.
CaiWer to point ker, W. A. Green, S. H. Christian. G. Total receivesid ..... ... $31*.07 f.iaerate na a a l the h had passed. One afternoon Mr. Ll.ahm-
road. read and W. Porter. L. E. Means. Jas. Roberts. Total disburs.. . ......... 2.1.07 year ende. ,, n a t bia.- wa. shot near the cr-rnator an.
The new officers are.: Ih 1ving inlv,.ntt.- :and tirst us ti the
09 of the board- C. A. McPherson, J. B. Goodwin, J -A. t th 'olissim, with several otwrs ,f
ared and asked Pa.rk h am. J. E. Godw-in. J. alance... ... .... .$ .. President-Rv. Jas. '. Winnard. u rine tFrpo. It. as the rst irt(lipnions dlis appeared
ared and asked Parkham. J. E. Godwin. J. C. Nettles There being tin further busin~the re-electted. navy ti sink a h-stiI 'hip with a sub-
y dock at Stan- and W. K. Mizelle. for license to carry board adjourned until their Vice. P. T R Phard-Tt ws th tinei. That was th nit' States' Sheriff Prry with his oki'er! ..
f. honh it Stteconstantly ol [ h lo k u ,,r q', .-
r Lake Wer. on firearms were refused on account of lar m meetingg in June. 1909. so n, Jacksonville. s w' 'f ar Hooatonic. iIch was sttot fr
tter was referred bonds not being properly executed, and GE. ACKAY. n. Secretarv- iss Grac Twnsnd, ,nk f ('harh stn by te s n r. Llambisng, but he I-
*GEO. MACKA Y. crtarv-is s ic T*vi c tl lk -iff 'harlt.s-n hy lIw slubna:rii., e
actor for investi- clerk was requested to notify the par- S T. SISTRUNK. C lerk. Interlchn. r e-elected .. H. u nraedwith the shotin. bu.t he
lerk. trl re-electe.d n cassti and aent toC Italy Llaney )h-. ties above named of the improper ex- - -)l r ,,. ,, -, T h capl-d and went to Ital \
S .Treasurer-.11r. Rudoloh Ros-.hor- Lieut.naFt G.ort, T.. Dixon. This .11any year
White asking re- cautionn of their bonds. SO SAY WE ALL TIrar ff iin an hi natter heT returned to h
Sir a- O n ... ., i tough. DeLand. brar r officer anal his crew Vwent wil- .t un to. this country.

ftft 4M t" fwrM.a... rW. K
d= at Cbmmistoner Crosby clerk was
M-,'gs to write the comptroller and
Sp61 rm lta mi to cancel crtift-
SOM paymnaf of face value of
gages- and owitted years taxes.
-- 'tateswt.
g mi-U of Commimsioner Math-
theL *rkt wa Instructed to write
SMt y. Jeoblaon Co.. about their
the t Ocala d Stokes' Fer-
Sg~o rith trie and for them to
a-m- e--- es removed at once.
Sgg- of Coammisstner Fort pe-
I Cg, & a*4 Ra Ier for license to
was lsed ea oacount of
alwa pi'.t executed.
W O. 0. Wr as notary
gt. W. A. K-igt and J. T.
M wets ed and ap-

G D S~Ma. Willam T.

oiIn motion lll d warrant orL was orI-
dered drawn in favor of the clerk, to
be used in the payment of free labor
on the hard road.
On motion the clerk was instructed
to, write the comptroller for instruc-
tions to allow Dr. W. P. Wilson to re-
detem certificates of tax sales against
sw%,. se.- 21. anl wit of sw%, sec 5,
tp 15. r 21. at face value and omitted
years' taxes, without interest.
Petition of John Pasteur and others
for changing public road at Stanton.
Fla.. was read. and on motion of Com-
missioner Proctor same was granted.
Petition of Mary Williams for relief
was read and referred to Commission-
er Proctor. with power to act.
On motion the matter of the con-
struction of the Sparr road was pieced
in. the hands of Commissioner Crosby.
Petition by Mrs. Mary C. Hood for

; r. Bryan. in a Kansas C'it ter-
Iview. has ma'1* the follow!rmltate-
Inent relative to his politicaal4ture:
"While I hope that my PIl wIll
not find it necessary to call btn? as
a presidential candidate in i r:ext
campaign, I make the emphistate-
ment that I have no intentio.i retir-
ing from politics. I began to*ht for
democratic principles long lre my
party heard of me, and a live I
shall continue it as long (*I have
The World is pleased tk* itself
in accord with Mr. Bryan 4-li these
W ehope it will not be ITjary for
his party to nominate hiT-in for
I We hope he will not retr#m pol-

Junior superintendent--M
Bruce. Gainesville. re-electel
Mission superintendent-3.
Miller. Kissimmee.
Quiet Hour superintendent
exander Lynn. St. Petersbur
Citizenship superintendent
V. Dilly. Avon Park.
Press Superir
West Tampa, Fla., April 28


Two suits in condemnatio
ings were instituted in th
court yesterday, the state
by A. W. Gilchrist et als.,
the internal improvement f
complainants, and J. G. H
Elizabeth Phipps Hunter and
J. G. Hunter, defendants.

rs. HW.\. lingly to ce-rtain lheath anml pe-rishel
il. vith their victim. This w\as one ,of
Irs. J. W. the' m,,st heroic achievements rcord-l-
ed in naval history. Judgi W\right dis-
t-Mr. A1- custsed th battle between the Virgin-
rg. ia and the Monitor. The full truth has
t-R,-v. S. never been told of this battle, he said.
SH. regarded the first day's fighting as
SEND. decidedly the more brilliant of the two.
ntendent. The lecturer gave descriptions of the
3. '09. voyages of the Alabama, the Tallahas-
see and of Lieutenant Read's exploits
ITUTED on the coast of Malne. The most re-
markable of the cruises was perhaps
n proceed- that of the Shenandoah, which was
he circuit burning ships three months after the
of Florida, close of the war. She sailed 3.000
trustees of miles in three months, being continu-
und. being ously out of sight of land for four
hunterr and months, and sailing for eight months
d husband, without dropping anchor. After cap-
The suits trinw tha<, .:- ---.-_ .. --


4 0

,,r,-nu in tne minr,. in Pennsylvania.
and, thinking his crimt. forgotten .n
,an unguarded mominnt. mention-,l th.-
fact that he had been mixed up in a
killing in Florida. The officials
-wre notified and Ieputy Sebat,. w~%nt
to Pennsylvania and brought the ri..
oner back.
The old indictm..nt va.s r.-c.-ntly .r-
established and Colissim, wa. to ,AV
been tried this week. lUpon Ile,',,l
guilty to manslauinter he has prob
ably saved himself the extreme penal
ty, but will no doubt receive a long
sentence in the chain gang.-at. a -
gustine Cor. in Times-'nion.

Many inquiries have been mna re-
cently about the moving nietis.-


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NMete o tereby given that the following described lands will be
at puIc arctelo om Monday the
Seventh day of June. 1900
at Oak, I thle (Coty of Marion, or so much th, reof as will be neces
to pay the amomant due for taxes herein set opposite the same together v
cont nf .uch sale and advertising:


Amdrew Mc~rlde..

Ulabwna.... ...

MIks A A Da9hoa..

au marpr.....
Si. Pine Lb Co..
li Cmoehy....

I Co.

Wm Lcas.......

T1a-al Isa Co.
I I ameL... ......
TI J la" C. ..
Two~ 1" CO, I
SL & I Co.

ulmmum .
T Pb ..k .....
T r I -Jk... ......
J v ... ... .

SGay scokham.....

U k one..........
T J mbown........
Abdrew McBride, So

Marlom n wlm......

J n Berms .... ....
Andrew McBride, no
Remain L & I Co..

1G Oay & co......
T 3 come... ... ..
T J ()~e...... ....

F J Boyer........
J C Vandir.. ..

RN smith.... .

Meters o J L Vandlve .-

J TY iarullgte...... .. ..
Mrs IE Hanmond.. ....

H F & W 0 Mes.-r ....
( A LJnnett...... ....
ldma B Peacock.... ..
Mrs J W Smith........
Kit of A J Mayfynlld.. ..

J I Hprown

Icnkuewn ....
Vnb n"own

m U rqmonton..

I4 G Ga(y & co.... ....

Jn, Adams .. .. .. .....

J J Robbins .. ........

p l G 0y & Co.........

Hieru of E N L'Engle....
J P l -r . . .....

'ha ('alvin .. .. ....

Sa Onay & Co... ......
" G Ga y & Co..........
Mri I, 1 Whittington ....




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...... ota 2 3 4 blk 3 r 2 w of Spring
St Orange 8pringE..........
.... lots 2 4blk3r3woft Spring
t Orange Springs.. ......
.. .. % of lot blk 4 r 3 w of
Spring St Orange Springs..
.. .. a of blk 4 r 2 e of Spring St
Orange Spring.. ........
...... lots 1 627... ... ... ... .....
....% of ae% and e% of e'e%
and nw%S of se%.. ......
.. % of nw% a of Orange Creek
. ... sw% of sw'..............
W.. aw o of ........ ........
.. *e% of swa and w% of ae%
and ne% of se%. .......... 140 yda w of se cor......
thence w 14 ydb n 140 yda e
140 yds a 140 yds.... ....
.. na% of nw% and sw%' of nw%
and nwA of sw%.... ......
LA.... swA of se%..............
..... w% of ne%. ............
td.... Ae% of swk.... ... ... ...
... % of tw and se%.... .....
--......- at rWA of nw'%... .....
... .. ~% of s%... ...... .......
..... cs aq in ne cor of sw%....
%.....n of nw% of sw%... .....
.. ... % of sw% of sw% ema ne0
tof w% of swK and nws of
se% of sw ... ... .......
.... a of te% of sw% and a% of
sme of rw P............
....a. at a ne% s of Orange Creek
..w. of aw% s of Orange Creek
t of..'w% of nw% ex 6% chs n and
a on n side.... ............
...-~% of sw' ex 9 chs q In ne
cor of rsw of sw ........
..... e% of ne%.... ...........
t of .se% of sel............ ..
... .B Vt as of awt o w and ex
nw% of nwt... ...... ...
.....- a of.... .. .. .. ... ....
.. s% of ... ... ... ... ... ...
..... ll of ex lots 1 to 8 inc Smith's
sub... ...... ... ........
.. .. of lot 6 and lot 6 ex 10 chs
eq In se cor............
.. 18.5 chs e and w on e side of
se% of nw%............. at nw cor of Aredonda
Grant... ... ... ... .......
thence e 22.70 chs a 7.46 chm

w 7.60 chs s 4.25 chl w 15.10
chs n 11.71 chs.... .. ......
com 887% ft n of sw cor Arre-
donda Grant.... .... ....
thence e 1085 ft n 887% ft
w 1968 ft a 8187% t.... ....
lots 1 & 2 or w 2-3 of Arredonda
Grant...... ...... .....
na of lot 1 and ne% of lot 6
U S G survey.. ..........
nw'U of sw% ... ............
nw% a oft w%... ..... ....
nw% of sw'%...... ......
se% of sw% and sw% of seS
12.50 chs a and a by 40 chs e
and w oe a side of ne% and
,t int... ... ... ... ....
w 1-= of Iots 1 and 2 Plat Book
A page 46... ... ... .....
we% of ne% and ne %of soe%
corn 20 che s of ne cor......
thence w 71.84 chs s 19 chs













1 12

w 8.16 chs e 10 deg a 14.27
chs e 23 deg s to Magnolia
tree e 7 deg a 44.56 chs n
40.26 chs... .. ........
com I ch n of se cor of ne%.. 31220
then w 15 chb n 1 chl e 15 I
ch. s 16 chs.... ..........
nw4.... ......... .......... 4 1220!

64.10 chb e and w by 15.81 ch I
n and s in ne cor.. ........ 7112201
comn 15.l1 chs s of ne cor.... 712 20
then w 80 chs s 24.19 chs e
50 chb n 24.19 cha........
n'S of w 2-3 ex 15 chs e and w
by 35 chs n and s in nw cor
and ex 12.50 chs e and w onl
e side...... ... .. . .. . 912 20
4e% and s4 of ne%.........101220
,con at ne cor of sw% .... .... 15 1220
thence w 10.02 chs s 26.94
chs w 10.02 chs s 16.28 chs ni
89 deg 30 min e 11.1 chs s 861
deg 40 min e 9 chs n 439n41
chs... ... ... ... ... ..... .
itm 17.96 chs s of nw cor )of no
..... ... .... ......... 116 121201
thence a 6.36 chs e 6.36 chs ni I
6.36 chs w 6.36 chs.... ....I
n% .f nw% ... ... .. .......161121201
ne'% ex 840 ft e and w by 1070! I 1I
ft n and s in nw cor... ... .17121201
com 17.50 ch s aof ne cor of nwl I

%.....: ..... ... ... ...17112120
thence w 20 chs a 17.5 che I
S20 chs n 17.50 chs.. .... I-
SCarrie Reeves.. ..... ot 5 aub of sw%.. ........ 17112 20
SCrrle Reeves ....n of se'% ex e e of ne'% of
nae% of se% .. .. .... ..1712 20
STaylor...........54 chs n and s by 19.26 chs e'
and w in ne cor............ 18 1220
Slay Co.... ..... w of sw% .... ...... .. .181220
Ba Dunning..... .... 40 chs e and w by 25 chs n and
s in se cor... ... ...... 181220
ittkl... ...........21.62 chl n and a by 37 chs e
and w in se cor Arredonda
Grant...... ...... ... .... 191220
t Uttle ..... ....21.46 chs n and a by 22 chs e
and w in sw cor Arredonda-
Grant........ .. ...... 201220
0line Johnson.........s% of s'e% of nei Arredonda.
KIrkUlaM ........... mw'% of ne%' Arredonda Grant 3112 20
i.rk ....... .... om 10 ebs n of sw cor of e
Arredonda Grant .... ......221220
thence e 10 chs n 5 chs w 10
chs a 5 chs... ... ... .....
Sr.... ..........lot 6 Arredonda Grant sub of 23 1220
SM joli m ...' .. lot 12 Arredonda Grant sub of 23112 20
- oy... ... ..... of lot 4 Arredonda Grant I
sub of ........... .....2312 201
S ... lots 3 4 11 fract S. G. sur-I
arro.. *** -*y ... .. ...... 191220
S at nw cor of lot 4 fractl U.
S. G. survey.............2012201
thence a 16.87 chs n 85 deg 3 I
mn e 9.50 chs n 16.13 chs w
9.c a .... .. ....... .....
.lots nd 4fractlu 8 G sur- I
S4 ay & Co... ......lots and 4ractl U G sur-
O ....... . 7.53 chs n and a by 6.95 chs el I
O ........- and w in ne cor of nw% ...25f2I- .0,
...lot 7 Flemington.. ........!27112 201
SC3e ....... 70yds e and w by 140 yds ni 1. !
arbro... .......and a in ne cor of w% of nw! I
'% of ne'... ...- ........ 33112 20 of ne'% and se% .......3312 20
McNali..r ..... Sw% of ne'S and so of nw%
and c ai of sw' and w% of
me% and se4 of se%..... ..34 1220
..... 3-4 of e%s............. 36 1220
t Ashley. [Ag No 87 omt 6.97 chs s and 3.87 chs w!i
of ne corw... ... ... .....1 51221
thence w 3.56 chs se with R RI
1.39 chs e 1.76 chs n 1.15 chsl
mm Collls...... % of lots 2 and 3 blk 3 Fred-
erick..... .. ...... 5112 21
blk 24 Shnonton's sub of 300
ewss...... ... ..... 6112211
, ..acre b.. ... -Simonto's sub of 3 00 ll
.--. , .... .bik 14 Simonton's sub of 300

SGaley 2


ssa ry


Nash & Bartlett........
iE P Guerrant..........
5 ,
_ ( rB C Smith... ........
r Y Mrs N H Whitney... ....
o o Mordica Morris........
4dB Martin & Thagard.....
J C Mathews..........
7 37 R M MartUn...........
Amanda Brown.........
1 86 Rose Racket...........
Mrs McCarley.........
2 Unknown..............
6 Wm Thagard...........
2 51 B C Smith............
2 6 R M Martin...........

6 27
6 52 Wm Thagard... .......
2 66
1 5 Mrs L D Flewellen......
5 1 W B Waddell... ... ...

2 16 Morris Mordica........
5 6D P Irvine........ ...
1 56 J D Thagard...........
1 33
1 33 Morris Mordica.........
5 97
1 12
3 98
68 Barbara Latmon........
1 12
Belton Turner.........
2 16
Morris Mordica........-

2 30 L A Curry. .....

4 07
1 77
3 77
5 16
18 09
7 51

5 16

5 16

2 96

2 27

z I t
















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Geo Wilson ......
Walter Jenkins...

Walter Jenkins.........
Laura Turner..........
L S Light... ... .......

Jesse Williams...

W C Butler....
W C Butler.....

W C Butler.....

T B Burleson..........

2 11 D D Burleson............
1 3 E P Merriam..........
3 77 Mrs Sara Tompkins ....
2 66
4 8 Alex Patterson.. ........
J arr... ... ... .....
i J Barr..............



S 93tra ... ..... ... ..281222
Wm E e.... .. ...... lot 2 blk 4 J A Harris's plat
S51 Cltra... ... ... ......... 12 22
2 E L Wartmann.... .... lots 1 and 4 ex 116 ft n and st
on n end of lot 1 blk 8 J Al
Harris's plat Citra.... .....12 22
G Eckatne & Co. ....... lot 3 blk A Steeles ad Citra..! 12 22
Harry Jackson... .......lot 1 and e% of lot 4 blk HI
Steele's ad Citra.. .... .. 12 22
23 41 Harry Jackson... ....... w% of lot 4 blk H Steele's ad
ad Citra... ... ... ... ... 1222
Ella Daniels........... sw% of ne% and n% of se% of
3 26 nw% ... ............ .....311222
11 48 T L Ramsey... ........ sa of se% of nw'%... .....311222
S*ara Brown... ........ 10 chs n and s by 12 chs e and
w in se cor of se' ex 4.50
7 37 chs sq in se cor and ex 140
yds e and w by 70 yds n and
s in ne cor............ 3212 22
7 67 Wm Steam..... .... com 8 chs w of ne cor of nwS% 3312 22
thence w 2 chs a 8 chs e 2
chs n 8 chs............
R C Douglas... ........ 1.58% chs n and a by 3.16 chs
14 58 e and w In aw cor of se% of
15 89 nw%... ... ... ... ....... 331222
Heirs of J L P Bishop... corn 10 chs w of se cor of ne%
of nw% ... ... ... ......... 331222
thence w 4.15 chs n 6.90 chs
w 89 Iks n 6.73 chs w 4.96
chs n 6.37 chs e 10 chs s 20
7 47 chs ex 2 acres In nw cor to
church and ex % acre in ne
"or to school... ... ... ...
A S Kells.... .......... corn 5.30 chs e of nw cor.... 33 12 22
2 23 thence e 4.20 chs s 10 chs w
5 30 4.20 chs n 10 chs .........
R C Douglas... of sw% of nwk ex 1.50
S -. acres in se cor... ... .....'331222
Jas Green... ........ .. s of sw% of se% of se%.. 33 1222
Jim James... . ........ s of se% of se% of se% .... 3312 22
R C Douglas... ... ..... com 60 ft e of nw cor of ne%
3 56 of sw%. .................331222
2 21 thence e 95 ft s 150 ft w 95 ft
n 150 ft ... .... .. ......
4 07 Inknown.. .... .......cor at se cor of nw%........3312 22
thence n 13 chs w 4.45 chs n
5 16 41 Iks w 6.42 chs n 6.40 chs
3 98 w 3.36 chs s 8.63 chs w 1.15
chss 76 Iks w 5 chs s 3.98
6 16 chs e 6.32 chs s 6.34 chs e 13
chs to p o b... ... ... ...
R C Douglas ..... at se cor of sw% of sw%)34i1222
7 "'2 thence n 7.67 chs w 13.62 chsl
a 2.66 chs w 6.37 chs s 5 chs
e 20 chs... ..............
4 37 I C Ellis... of sw% of se% ........351222
W H Kimmon ... ..... 8 acres on w side of lot 22 sub
2 07 of G I F C grant... ....... 1222
3 77 W C Townsend... .... ne% of nw%... ............ 21223
Henning L & I Co.. .....sw% of ne% ...... ......... 31223
Unknown... .......... n% of ne% ... ............ 5 1223
Smith & Sylvester... ... w% of sw% ex 1 acre to church
2 46 T & T. ex... .......... 5 1223
2 66 Sou Pine Lbr Co...... .nw% ex 10 chs e and w by 151
1 31 chs n and s in nw cor of sw t
1 of nw%' ... ..... ....I 512231
1 86 Sou Pin.- Lhr C,. .. .... lot 1 ex 6.39 chs e and w by 201
chs n and s on w side and
8 48 lot 16... ... .. ......... 61223
J J Fort ..... .. ...... lots 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 23 ...... 612231
Sou Pine Lbr 'Co... .....lots 15 and 28.. ......... 6 12 23
S IHenning L & 1 Co..... lots 17 18 and 27.... ..... 6 1223
;Sou Pine Lbr Co.......lots 1 2 8 9 11 12 18 19 2 22
3 Sf 23 24... ...... ........... 712. 23
Sou Pine Lbr Co... .... wi, of nw%... ... ......... 812 23!
S16t Hennin L & 1 Co... .... etz of ne04 and ne '4of se4 .... 112 I' .'
Empire Land Co. .......sw% of nel. ........ ..... 10'121231
1 St Empire Land Co. ...... nw of nw4... ..........12 12123j
%q Unknown... ... ........neV of nw'S and w 3-4 of s' 161121231
Unknown. .. ....... lots 22 and 23 .. ... ..... .. .118 2123
Dora A Brinson.. .......lot 4... ... ...... .......19 12.231
S49 L L Meggs... .......... ne %of nw%.... ... .... 28 12 23
13 68 J D Burnett ... ... of se%... ... ....... .36 123
J J Fort ............ e %of e% of nw% and st of !
sw% and sw% of nwK .....I 4!12J241
23 10 Est of Andrew McBride..nw% of nw% ... ...... .....j 4,121241

13 68

3 87

3 27

5 79
4 54

Est of Andrew McBride..
Marion Erwin..........
Hodges & O'Hara.. ....
J J Fort ..... .. ....
F B Harper...........

Unknown......... ....
Sylvester Smith ........
F B Harper...........
J J Fort... ... .... .....
&wxt rf Andrew McBride ..

lot 1 .... ...... .. ... .... 5 121241
lots 2 3 and 6..... ......... 5 12124
lots 8 10 11 and 15.. .. ...... 5121241
s% of ne %and ne% of nw% 612124
nw% of nw% ex nek of nw% f
of nw%...... ... ... ...... 61224
ej of sw% of nw'.. .. .. 61224
se% of nw% ...... ....... 61224
sw. % of se%... ..... ....... 61224
ne% of se% ... ... ... ..... '1224
lot 3. ........... ... ..... 81224





S 01

21 21
2 97
2 47
2 97
5 49
1 72
4 24
2 47

lots 95 96 97 sub of ....... 1741221
lots 5 6 11 12 13 14 19 20 21 281
29 30 37 and lots 10 22 27 e:
of R William's sub.. ... 1812 21
4 of lot I frartl U S survey 20 12 21
lots 1 and 3 blk 4 Orange Lake 2112 21
lot 3 blk 6 Orange Lake......21112 21
lot 6 blk 6 Orange Lake..... 21112 21
lot 3 blk 7 Orange Lake...... 211221
lot 5 blk 7 Orange Lake.... 21 12211
lot 1 blk 11 Orange Lake....; 211221
lot 1 blk 13 Orange Lake.... 211221
all of b'I Orange Lake.... 2112t21
lot 25.... ... ... .. ......... 2.9 12121
se% of sw%... ........... 2812 21"
n% of net of ne%.. .. ....291221
sw% of ne% ex 420 ft n and s
by 525 ft e and w in nw
cor...... ......... .. 29112 21
420 ft n and s by 525 ft e and I
w in nw cor of sw% of ne
S ...... .. ..... 2912 21
15 chs n and a by 10 cha e and
w in ne cor of nw%........ 3012 21
15 cha n and s by 10 chs e and
w in nw cor of ne% of nw
...... ... .. ... 30 12 21
e% of ne% of neV..........311221
all of s% w of R R.......... 311221
w% of ne% of nwt and 101
chs e and w by 23 chs n and
s in ne cor of w% of nw 3.. 3212 21
corn 12.65 chs s of nw cor.... 321221
thence s27.27chse 17.52 chs
n 16.92 chs w 7.52 chs n 10.35
chs w 10 chs... ...........
210 ft sq in nw cor of ae% of
nw ... ............. 331221
com 90 ft w of ne cor of nw% 33 12 21
thence a 1320 ft w 164 ft n
1320 ft e 164 ft............
corn 5.50 chs w of ne cor of nw
% ...... ... ... ... 33 12 21
thence a 10 chs w 5 chs n 10
chs e 5 chs.... ...........
10 chs n and a by 3 chs e and
w In ne cor of swA of sw% 331221
ne'L of se% ex 7.50 chs aq in
.se cor... ... ... ... ..... 3 12 21
sw% of se% ex 70 yds e and w
by 140 yds n and s In nw
cor...... ... ... ... ..... 3312 3
w% of se% of e%...... .....331221
nw% of nwt of nw%..........3412 21
680 ft e and w by 1275 ft n and
s In sw cor of se% of nw'5..1341121211
cor 418 ft w and 418 ft.n of
se cor of seS% of nw ........ 361221
thence n 418 ft w 418 ft s
418 ft e 418 ft...... ....
lot 1... ...... ..... .... ... 241222
nw% of nwL and s% of nw3%
and n% of sw% ex s% of
nw%' of sw%... ......... 251222
ne% of se' of ne% and se%
of se% of ne% of ne%.... 261222
corn 6 2-3 chs a of nw cor.. 261222
thence e 30 chs a 16 2-3 chs
w 30 che n 13 2-3 chs......
16 2-3 chs a and a by 30 chs
e and w in sw cor of nw'%
ex 7.07 cbs sq in sw cor.... 2612 22
w% of Oe'........ ..... .. 261222
6 2-3 chs n and a by 18 chs
e and w in ae cor of n% of
lot 4.... .........28 1222
lots 2 and 3 Book 1 Wilbur's
Plat Citra... ...... .....2712 22
lots 1 3 4 blk 11 Wilbur's plat

3 57

2 62

1 52
2 27

2 02

2 62
2 6

4 52

4 52
6 24

3 36

3 06
1 21

2 60

5 37
1 84

3 04


3 36

2 22

3 25



7 68
1 37

1 59

9 48






2 96

r, 46


Thos Cabarras.. ......n %of ne%...........
Martha Jackson.. ...... nwo of se% ex 413 ft a
| by 627 ft e and w i s
P J Jackson.. .. .. .... 418 ft n and by 7 ft
1 w in se cor of awM *
Martha Evans.. .. .... s of ne%4 of sw%... ,
Georgana Duncan.. of se....... ...
Thos Cabarras .... .. .. s of se% of ne% of-
B P Hull... ...... ..... cor 15.34 chs w of s
se'4 of seD ... ... ..
thence w 18.16 chs a M
9.84 chs n 10 chsm *e .
n 10 chs...........
Jno Wright........ ....n 3-4 o of anws o tw%...
W S Stewman.. .... s of se% of ne%.. ..
Albert Spawn....... e% of swl' ex n% of
sw ... .. .. ..
Unknown... .. ....... 228 ft n and 7-
w in se cor of sw
Dina Lincoln.. .... ... 2.50 chs e and w on e
nw% of nw% of nw%..
Chas Harris... ......... se% of nw%4 n of RR and 4
public road.... ........J
Frank Lushington.. .. .. se' of nw%' e of R R.....
W S Stewman... 206 ft s of nw cor of me
of sem%..............
thence e 420 ft n 480 ft 1
420 ft s 480 ft... ......
S C Mayo... ...... .....lots 2 5 bik 5 Reddick.......
W S Stewman... ... .lots 4 5 7 8 9 11 13 15 17 19
S21 blk 9 Reddlck...
L M Sherouse... ... ....lot 14 blk 13 Reddick.. ;
Delia Howard.... ...' of sw%4 of nw% ......
J Billingsley...... ..... 12.50 chs e and w on w side a
Ssw of swL ex 293 ft h t
sw cor... ... .. .. ....
J Billingsley... ... ..... 293 ft sq in sw cor of sw%.
Wmn Jackson... ........ com 418 ft e of sw cor of awl
Sthence e 420 ft n 33 ft 1
420 ft s 330 ft........
Celia Small... .......... w 3-4 of nw' of sw% .....
W S Stewman... ... ....lot 7 Benedict's sub of en%.
L N Sherouse.... ..... lots 25 26 Benedict's sub of m

.% .... ... ... ...
M H Rou... ... .. ....;on w end of lot 2...... .
J F McNair... .........sw of sw% ex w% of sw
of sw% of swm...........
Jno Parker... ... ....... lot 3 blk K Bishop's ad Phiri
field.... .. ... ... . .
W B Jenkins.... ........lot 4 blk K Bishop's ad Pali
field .... .... ..... ...
J R Carter... ... ... ...lot 1 blk 2 Benedict Heights..
Willie Sams... ...........lot 23 bik 6 Benedict Helltl
Chas W Torry.... ...... nw% of sw ...... .....
J M Meffert... ... ......lots 32 33 34 J H CampsW
survey of e part of 8 F
and lots 1 and 2 sec 21,
lot 1 sec 28-sec 21 and....
W F Hull... .......... com at se cor........
thence w to w bdy of lot
n to nw cor lot 48 e 565 ft
ne cor of lot 48 n 1687 ft
nw cor of lot 52 68 deg
min e 1243 ft to sec line s
p o b... ... ... ... ........
Ackeman & Jackson.. ...lot 79 J H Campbell's sur
or lot 8 Sim's survey of
part of S F grant and lote
and 2 sec 21 and lot 1 see
section 21 and... .......
Ackeman & Jackson.. .. lot 82 J H Campbells
or lot 7 Sim's survey of
part fo S F grant and lots
and 2 sec 21 and lot 1 sec
section 21 and.... .....
Mrs. C C Reddick..... .. w of sw............
Flora Henderson .... ...8.81 chs e and w by I.L"
n and s in nw cor od aeSe
nw%......... ... .......
R Williamm...... ....... 420 ft sq in sw cor of nrw'..
H Hradley ............ corn 14.93 chs n and 3.20 ch
of se cor of neo...
thence n 3.16 chs w 3.1&
s 3.16 chs e 3.16 chs......
Foster Brooks..... .....cor 1022 ft n and 424 ft w
se cor of ne%...
thence n 8 deg w 293 ft to
R s 10 deg w 5#0 ft e 32i
n 548 ft........
A M Martin... ..... .. all of fractl.......
F' E VWatherby.......... com 4 chs n of se cor oif it
sub of J B Grant....
thence w 6.25 chs to a b'y
lot 14 e 6.25 chs a to po b.
I C of nwn ex 7.9 chs q
nw cor......
T F & A B Harrison.. .. s of se% of nw% of e. "
Sou Pine Lbr Co.. of nw% and e% of 'w
and se%...... .
Tropical Land Co.. Ltd..nw'% of sw%... ... .***
Maria Cabarras... ...... w% of nw%... *
J 4 Mathews..... ... n of se%... '......
R C Douglas... ........140 yds n and s by 195 .yd"
and w in se cor of nw%.
Christian Ax... ........n% of nw%,...
Fla French Phos Co.. .. nw of se% and s' % ofd
w% of ne% of se% and w
of neW of ne% of set...
Lafayette Jackson.. .... le of ne% ex ne% of se%'
ne% ex T and T.........
Lydia Daniels.. ... ....7.50 chs e and w on e side
ne% of sw'S.......
Wm Caldwell... ....... w% of sw%' of se'A........
A E Farnham.. ... ..... 7.50 chs n and a by 6.76 ces
and w in se cor of neT of
... ..
Mrs E C Lee...... .....comn at nw cor of e% of sw
thence s 13 chs e 29 cea a
chs w 12 cha n 5 ch ww
chs..... .... .....
Unknown... ... ... .... 631 chs n and s by &15 e

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Empire Land Co... .....5
Unknown... ... -......
LE Gammon. ........ *..W*
A F Freeman. ....-.....
Unknown... ..... ....
Empire Land Co....... w% of
% of
Empire Land Co......... n% of ne
Otis Andrews... ...... w% of
S F King........... ... nww of
S F King.... ....... sa% of wP
of sw
Unknown... . ........ nw% of
Unknown.... ......... sel of
Unknown... . ........ et of u .
Wm Harden .........nw % of
C B Mason.. .......... ne% of
Heirs ,f Angeline Miller. s% of so
CC Rawls... ... ....... se% of i
ne aMd.
and me%
P B Garrison ..... .... n% of anw"
T Copper
E C Masonr.. ... ..... s% of se%
J F Meridith........ w of aws
of Bsw%
sw% %a"
Carkuff & Kinyon....... w' of OIw ...
R G Limbough.. ...... n% of nwr..
D H Morrison Co.. ...... se% of w%...
Jno F McNair.. .. .... w 3-4 of n*a...
J F McNair........ .. .ne% of 1e%...
John Sherman..... ....% of W fat
Fla land Co... ......... .w of ...
Emma Young...... ... eof sw% =W
Heirs of T W J Stanley. e% of w% alt
Fla Land Co..... ..... e... ..... '
M P Thompson .. .... ~w% of a%...
Betty Gollins,. .. ........ .5 c ,
e% of ...
Hester Dawson... ....... w% of
A Jones.......... .. ...... ne% of M
Dan Schofleld... ......a* of ane% d
se%... ,.. ..--
Noah Schofleld...... .. n% of ne% m
Jas *M Schofeld ... ..... sa% of nBe o
Dean & Bell... ... ...... T of T
Pleasant Mier. .........% of s. ....
Mrs V R Himies... ...... nwM% of s*w%
B Pinkney... ... ... ... sw% of SaM O
Dean & Bell.... ... T & T ax... ...
Dean & Bell ... ... .... % of -r% ex T f& T.
Rubin Ellis ... ... ...... W' of swu.........
Calvin McMahan.. .. ... ne% of sw9%.........


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w of ne
ef..... 2l 13 Z2

w ....... ..291322

Scor of uwx 34 Itf22
% .............. 351322
a byL 0 ds e
aof nw% .... 135 M 22
... .. ......351 22'

'eor of lot 24 1323
8 *ipi 70* *ys *e 2613223
... ....... 1 1 2'
Sot 24.. ...... 713231

ahs a 10.11 cbs
Scl.o ex 3 acr .

i. cn acre to
S... .. ......... 13 23
S... ...k ... ..... 9 13

1.n wo ex 2d oaret
S.... .......... 1323
Cos e ae of nw cor of
.eo..............1. 13 23
a^*.-t c hal a 12 ch sw 10 1
e b.... .......... 1 13 2
... ............ 18113 23
%5 2 x 27 28 acres i
.... ...........18. 1323
e and w by 165 yds n
S In we cor of lot 26.... 18113 22

.... 1. .9113 231
SCoof e. ...... ....1.T113 23

So .. ....... ...... 3113234
Sf.. ................ 1113 24

S w4-1 K. n i......... 1013 23
aq a 2 sw sor of we
t 1 ... Cm ... .... ..... 3513
--- - ---- 1ii$ 24
. ..... 91323
.. ....... ... 18132

.in e and w on e side of1
.. r 07......... ..... 1'1324'

wM and ne% of a.......1171324
.t 22 b ... ... .... .... 13013 242

I of s'e% and no4 of se ofn
e4 ... ... ...... ... ... 17113241
.i % of sei of s%......... .. 17!1324
m~e of sa and s of sw 30113i24
,'roC sw'% of ne e aof swi 4.. 4112325
.w% of lot 9 and lot 10 .. ... 913'25
.' of lot 6 ... ........1013"5
i* 1 of lot 1 ...... .......1013.2'
.. %3 4o 5 bk 1 Kerr Cty ....101325
.S-l12 blk 6 Kerr City .. .... 1013 25:
L .lot 13 blk 8 Kerr City... ..101325:
.1ot 6 blk 8 Kerr City.. ...10132'5
..otM blk Kerr City.. .. ..101325
.lot 1 blk 10 Kerr City......1013253
.,.lts 14 15 blk 11 Kerr (ity...1013125
.lot 26 blk 13 Kerr City. .. ..101325'
,.. t 30 blk 13 Kerr City.... 1013
... 9e8K 1 2 5 Titcomb's sub.... .. i1603!25s
S. 5 c s 83... ..... ....... 21 13:21
l o t 2..k .. ..... ...... 132. "
..'R% of n% of lot 3..... ..... '5113:25
lots 1 12 and I acre in so 'orf
of lot 3 ... .. .. .13".5
..lot 2 ex 3 acres on e side and f
lot 7 ex 6.50 chs e and w on
w side and ex 20 rds e and 1n
by-31.50 rds n arid s in ne
ar. of lot Io and exi ch I
and. a by 10 chs n and s in'
nw cor and ex 3.16 chs e. and
w by 6.32 chs n and s in sw"
S eor.. .. .. .. .. .... ......:24; 13.25;
.. kts 3 6 11 12 e of I of n..14 ,of
lot 1 ... ... ... .. .. . 26 13'25'
...1% of seW off lot S. ........ '2613125
[ .ra of lot 9.. .. . .. .... 2"I 13215
....lot 14 blk 7 Michigan C'ity.. 26'13'25"
...lot 13 15 It blk 6 Michigan
C ity ... ... ... ... ... .. 26'13'2,
....lot 3 blk 7 Mihigan Citk....246132'.
....kot5 6 11 12 blk 7 Michigan
C ity ... .. .. ... .. .... 26 13
.... lot 11 blk l0 Michigan City ..-'26:13"'2.,
......lot 1 blk 11 Michigan ('ity.. .. 24 13 2.
..... lots 3 6 7 9 10 11 blk 11 Michi-
f C it)y..................2613 2

.... .5 chs and w bi chs h- n
and s in nw cor of ne1 of
tse' and nt1 of st.. of nl, ,)f;
swQ4sof ... .. ...3313 25
....,ra'w of e tl(of P4 ...........'34!1325
p.....nw% of s l4g... ......... ...341321
w% of sw14 of se,4 of nt 14 gal13 2'.
.. SW of s .... ... ... ......36132..
6.....80 ft e and w by 136" ft n and
s in .w cor of nw1. .. ..3C'13 12
.... lots 1 2 3 and wvt2 of neti and ;
sa of n ... .. . .. ... 16' 13126
.....swi of n... ...... ..... 114119
.....s% of sw ... ... ... .......' .214 l19
..... 8 chs nanl s by 20 chs e and
w on n sidle of set of nw,"112'14'19
, 8 chs of nw c-,r of setp
of nw4.......... .........124119
thence s 2"t chs e S chs n 20)
chs w chs..............
.....nwo of se% of s-1.. .......!2114!19'
w...... % of se of s 4.... ....... 1214l19
..a t of ne. .......119
S ....s1% of swI ... ... .......... i3. 14119 of ne% and w\' of nc' !
and w4 and se4 of sc, ex
T & T... ... ....... .! 114 _
..... e4 antd (e1 of nw '4 andl s\\-i
ex T & T... ... ...... .... ..14 2
* .... n of noeL4 and sw\%t of nc'14
Sand t of wt -x 9" ft si'l
ib ne. cor c-x T & T ....... 3 1420
.. .... % of ne,. ...... .. ... 4 14 ',
...... n ol o(f sw'ix T &' T ....... 414"'1
........ Ncomi 140 yds n of se .or of nitc 14
of se ... . . ...... 414 2"
thence n 21' yds \\ 70i vds s
210 s 70 yds... .......
..... s t of neti ,if s..,. . 14"2'
.... net of .ti of .stf' .... . ;'144 .',
........e% of ne14 of sw*l4 7 14 "',
.. ....e (iof nelt4 *x s4t'4 of sI.4 ,>f
Snt. % .... .. ........ 1420
....... e'e of se% of ne', 1\ T & T 14:20.
... . ..- of nw" L, ex T & T ... '14 20
...... sit of nw -. . . 9 14 24
... .. sw of. s~lt ex T & T ... 914!0'
....... 50 yds e and w hvy 195 yds n
and s i:a sa~ cor (f nw-, of
- '* ..- ....... .. .... 9'14'2"
f. ...%% w of si' and ne4, of s w,'
ex T & T... ... .. .... ..1. 41 20,
S..... n'l and n t-of sw k and wi. of
se% ex T & T.. ...... ..12114'2A:
. ... .sw% of swR- ex T & T......1l3114.20
B.... nw% of sw-........ .....1.141141201
...... w% of sw and sw'4 of .s-e14 i
and nf of sei% ex T & T.... .l15141201
..... e% of na .... .. ... .. ...16 14120!
:-- r.% of nw kiof nw%...... 16114!201
.... n of rw% and se% of sw'! )
and se of se% ex T & T.... 16'i'4120
..... e%.of ne*L ex T & T.... ..117114'20!
.... I% of ne% and w% of new I 't
afd in% of nw% ex T & T. 14122
.... % of ne% and n% of nw~ l
and se% of nw% ex T & T 22 141o0
....L. of ne .... ..... ..2314130:
lw IOf.w ex T T.... ..23 14120'
.... Ofw t sw and nel of se% I
ad aw% ex T T.. ... 24114'201
...% of sw% ex 11.0 chs asq in
MW cor Uad ex e%4 of se% i
ef sK and sw% of se .... 24 14 201
*.. *t ** *** .. ..... 2 14201
7...J M flwl and nw of swi (


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5 95

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Those Butler... ... ...... e of se% of se... ......-321i420
Jno Butler... ... ...... 330 yds e and w by 220 yds n i
and s in .e cor of nel4 of nw
... ......... ......33 14 20
Dean & Bell. ..... ...... se% of nwr4 and ne '.of sw'4;,
and nw% of se*i ex T & T33,1420 1f
Dean Bell.........lots 4 5 6 sub of sU, of s',.. .3314i2:'
Dean & Bell. ........... n% of nc4 ar.l n.14 of nw'.i
ex T & T... ......... ...35,1420 1:
Heirs of H M Clark.. ... w 3-4 of sw% of 4swi and w
3-4 of st- of set4 cex T & T 35'14'20i
Dean & Bell... ... ...... nr~ of nwV% ex T & T......... '36142
J M Meffert... .......... 3-4 of s1 ... ..... .......... 7 1421 2.
N J Townsend... ... .... w of nw% of ne% .... ..... 91421
J M Meffert. ........... wT of nw,' of nw4.......... 914 21
Dean & Bell... ... ... ..e% of nwu of nwIJ and sw%4 i
of nw 4 ...... ... .......... 9 14 21
I. H Haynes ... .. .... of seV4 of setk ex 140 yds
n and s by 210 yds e and w
in se cor ex T & T ......... 91421, 13.6
Frank Campbell... ...... nw% of se x T & T...... .. 914 1
D Anderson... ... ...... corn 6.33 chs s of nw cor of set "
of Se% ... ...... ... ..... 1i
thence 15 chs s 3.67 chs w'
15 chs n 3.67 chs ex T & T
Nell J Townsend... ..... corn 60 ft w of nw cor blk 4

Willie Townsend......

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J L Wiley... ........

J E Smith...
Alonza Cox...

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Monroe Bros & McDon

Neil J Townsend ..
N J Townsend....
N J Townsend.....
M J Roess... ....
D T Wesner......

Martin... .... ... ... ...... 1 14 21
thence w 417% ft s 41714 ft e:
417% ft n 417i1, ft... .....
corn at sw cor of se ... ...... 10'14:21
thence e 4.20 chs n 3.18 chs I !
f 7.11 chs n 37 deg 30 min wr
3.37 chs e 11 chs n 13.79 chs
w 3.95 chs s 6.23 chs w 16.05
chs s 13.77 chs........ ....
Scorn chs s of nw cor of sw,'l) 14121
then, s 5 chs e 35.6 S chs n'
7 deg 30 .iin % 5.05 chs w '
35.08 chs ... ... ........... '
... s 2-3 of st4 of 4wI4.. ..... 1 14121
... com 4.74 chs s of nw cor of s-'
k ... . .. . .. ...... 10 14 21
thence 2.37 c'hs + 4.74 rh ns 1 n
2.37 chs w 4.74 chs.. .. .....
.com at se cor of w'-, of s't14l10141-l
thence n 6.21 chs w 11 chs s' !
37 deg 30 min e 7.40 chs e 6.71
chs ...... .... ... .. .....
aid 16.35 chs e and w by 6.23 chsl
n and s in nw cor of sw' of '
se ... ...... ........... ..1 '14"211
..lots 1 and 2 blk 1 Martin. .. 10 14;"l
... lots 15 16 17 blk 6 Martin...... l10'14211
...lot 2 blk 8 Martin........... .ll.' 142
.. lot 10 blk 13 Martin......... 'II4'2l
...lots 1 2 4 blk 19 Martin .... 10 14 21

J L W ile ... ... .... lots 1 2 blk 23 Martin......... '1 1421
J L Wiley... ..... .....Ilts 1 2 3 4 blk 24 Martin.......1'.14 21
W Warren... ... ... .... lots 1 '2 3 4 blk 25 Martin.. 10'14 21
Kate Grenault... ........ lots 1 2 3 4 blk 29 Martin. 10'14 21
Julia Green.. ... ... ....all of lot 4 blk 31 Martin ....1 14'21
H Patterson............ lot 4 blk 32 Martin.. .. .1421,
Baldwin Hose Co... .... lots 1 2 blk 35 Martin. .... 1'14 21
Hattie Brown. ..... ..... '. of se ... ... ... .. ... 11 14.21,
Stephen Brown..... .... nw' of nwi4 and 12.5' i
anti w on wv sid,.' of -, 12 14 21
Hattie Brown... ... ..... .sw 4 of nw ,4 ex T &- ...... 12 1421'
Stuck-y & Tiller Co.. .. .nw' of ste 1,x T &.- .. .... 14 1421
Henry Riley...... ... .. wl. of sw. .. ....... ... 14 14:-'1
F W Bidding ........... 2 acres in -lhatp. of triginl. in
nef cor of n\\ t4 of nt'"I ...... 1. 14 2
.Mondayt Maynori ... ......, 3-4 ocf s."1 oIf nwi'14. .. I l14 2
Ilton Eichelberger.. .... .t.'l i at n.- t r ,4f s . .. ..... 1 14 21
tht.mtnc s 4 ',2 ft w 11 t'i rniw
w ith K R 7."' ft 23 ft..
Letwiis Washington .... -... ex.. f nl 1 of f # 1 ,1" s,11 .. 1I 14 2l1
Henry Riley... ... .. .. .'.t of -t.-4 *. n-. 4 ,I s.4 (of
S 4 . . . . . 14 21
M onday M aynor ... ...... 4 of 1 ,,f "f .. .. .. ...... 15 14 21
Lewis W ashinigton ... .. .-'\w 3-1 ,f n ,. of lnu\ 4 ",f s. .'I1.'14 21
Jno Mazon... ... .. . nt f s % 4 ... ... ... 16 14 "1
Hatti,. Brown. .. ...... anm \\ mn \\ i of
f s.1, o f !sait 1 .. . . 1. 14 '1
J S Brall-yv. . . . .. . \ + f n%\ 14 . 1714 1
\ r ,.. B s & M cDnald1:. ,1" 14. '1,0 \ . . . . 7'14 4 1
K inslr... ... .. .. .. n f s\ 4 .. .. . ..... 1 14 2
.,' C ro sly . . . . . l\\ ,,I" ,, ; n ill 11,.. n,1 i, ,f
\ 14 i)il '.4. .of 11 .14 ,,f S%\ 1 ls 1' 4 -1
i. 11H Hain s. .~... ... ... ... # 1" 4 14 'If .Sf'14 **x 140i 'y s n
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TIvlor \vright...
\V\ llt r NichIs. ...
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Saiw' Str',p . ... .
ll.-in T T ut k. r .....
W ) n Smith . . .

. -t Kinsl'-r. ............
! irrisz M nrr.ll . ..
.Jimii M rr,.ll . .
Dan'! ';r. . ..........
Mr,: .1 K Si..%wart.. .....
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s\ 'i of n.'14 anl s.. of nI l
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SI', of ri\ 14 'of tri-4 Ix \I\ .-, ,f
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Heirs of Mrs I Stafford..,l.s of .-14i anil ni,.. of s.14. aitll'
Sslof s*t,14 4x 140 yds siq in
sw cu.,r ex T & T ... .....
W\ 'slv (,rilom.. ..... .si'., of sw \4 of ne ,4t 'x T T
l1 ra I D)ani.-ls . . . .. . of s. 1*x T & T .
W\ in L -'v-er... ........ \ 14 ,f t 1 .. ...
.1 K St.'wart ... ... ...... w of n\\ 14 ... .. ..
E & W J Waters: .. ..... S ..... .............
4> < J.;1 ll S ... ... ............ 4 of s t . . .
\W T Sn: ith < Pa:lid)........ s of nw1, 4 X 1 sti :t'rl-' ill .-
(*c r and nwl 4 oif S\\ 11 .... ...
.Louis. I. Russell......... n1.'14 of n\\ !4 x !I11, o- f s. ,4f'
nc'f4 o'f n'11\ 4. ... .. ... ..
I A Xtwiate'r.. ........ I. ii l of s'.14 of net'4 o \f nw i ....
1-'la Fre-nich Phos ('c. sw4 of Inw an sl of f s. 1
Sf sw .... .... .. ..
I'la I-lri h Pho' l o.. .C. mwli\\ of nu\\ and s; of n\ 1
Of St 4 . . . .
.1 I. P<'rry. ........ ... 4 o1 f av t 14 ..of
Fla tr,1'T'h P'os (.' .. .ip w i4 of s\ '4 a.iifl s 1-:1; 4 s\ 14
f nv%14 adrlI s.-. o)f ln t, of
s'.14 ; ia d s :3-4 of s".4 of sk\- 4
and:t l s\.' 14 f 4\\ tI ,.4 x 421) ft
s<{ in s. <.or an' 14 ...
Fl"a Frnitclh iPhos Co...... s'., o)f it R.i.. .
S Talton.. .... ... ...... .s off IIV.14 of S.14 .. .
M FP Preston... ... ....x\ 1., of nw11 4 of I\l 14 (4 I\s 14
J R 'FInville... ... ... ... \ '14 f 1nw\4... ... . .....
Salimia Brown. .. ...... . i1 2'' ft \ and l :;, ft s of lit'

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nw '4... . ..... ... ......11 14 22
Co.... ne'4 of sw14 and n'- of ~*4 11142
S. ... se of nw t .... .. . ... . 12 14, 2
7Co. . .. of sw!4 ...... .... ....... J1214 "22
Co. . nw t4i of ne% .. .. .. ........ .13 14122
.. ... nel of sw'4 ex se'4 of ne^ ;
of sw 4 .. ... . ..... . 13'1422
.. .... n; -of se'4 of swl' and s-%4 of
Snel' and s% of ne4 of nwjl;1314,2-'
. n4 .. ...
.... ne', of nw 4 .. .. .. .1414122,
........ n of set, of nfe% ... ....... 1414122
. .. ni. ) of s, of .sel of ne ......14 1422'
C( .. s t4 of nw/4 ande 3-4 of Rs of
sw'J of nw% and e14 of ne4 I
of sw'. of nw% and nw'4 of
swi^ and n of sw% of swt'
andi s.1, of n tp of swl4 and'
nI2 o f sel of sw\4 and 3 1-3
t'hs .- and w by 0I chs n and'
s on u sid+ of sel-4 of s+-1t.
of sw '. .14 .14'2'
.. .... 'om 5 chs w of ne cor of nwl1'
,of nw-4 . ............... 1. 14'22
the.nce- s 7.30 chs # 13.62 cths n
S 7.3,) chs w 13.6 chs.... ....'
..... acr, s of R R in n'2 of nw4i'15 14 ',-
...... :-cn 140) yds n of sw cor of nw
14 of niw% .. .... .. ..... 15 1422
thenc7 + 7 r ydrs n 70 yds w
S70 yds s 7n yds.. ... ... ;
\\. '4 of nw,%4 x 2..,o c'hs n .nml
s on I. st. .. .. .. ....... 14 _22
. 'I., 'hs rn ;,nd s m*1 n ii- l. of -w
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.in ld iN l -', <', r fit ri i .,f
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S .14s f nl.1-' and n '-14 of 4..'"
;nd 14 chs n and on n sild
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4 99 th.-nce. 70 yds s 144I yv w w
474- 7 y04s n 14> ydls. .. .
S tlMattie F Holton.. .......that part of se4i ,of s.t-.4 w of .
R R ... ... . .. . 9142
3 32 H L Roctkett.. .... .... ((co. i at intersection of O)akla;nd
ave' and Third st. Anthony..' 9 14"2'
5 79 thence. w\ 300 ft n 29), ft 30W0'
0 ft 2 0 ft... ... ... ... ...
1) A Smith. ..... ...... cotn 100 ft w of sw c(.r i R Ri
1 96 ilfpot grounds Anthony .. .. 9142_'
2 73 thence w 200 ft s 44 ft e 2f0ltl
2 ft n 40 ft... ... . ... .
3 m E E Kates.. .. .. ..cor 157 ft e and 288 ft s of sw
4 24 cor R R depot grounds An-
1 o2 thony... ... ... ... .....2'
'" thence e 157 ft s 139 ft w 107' I
10 o3 ft n 129 ft w 50 ft n 10 ft ....
10 4 Wn Plair... ...... at se cor R R depot!
grounds Anthony... ....... 9 14 .'
thence s to R R n with R R
4 78 212 ft to p o b ... .. .
1) W Bishop ... ........ com 60 ft e and 375 ft s of sw
15 87 cor R R depot grounds An-I
S97 thony...... ..... .... 9 14221
- 97 thence s 150 ft e 165 ft n 1501 1
ft w 165 ft... ... .... .....
12 60 UnKi'nown ............ lot 25 Swain's plat Anthony..
E. G Lindner.. ....... lots 66 67 Swain's plat Anthony!
7 36 Unknown... ...... .....lots 68 69 70 Swain's plat An-i
7 36 thony... ... ... ... .. ..
8 01 (larisa Hill..... ..... lots 251 252 253 258 259 2601

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lis 2 3 4 hlk 9 Prali. .314
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.... lots :I 4 ard 2 x 1 h 3 14n .
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....lts 3 4 blk 12 Parai1i.,,...... 1
..ll of blk 13 Paradise,.. 1 14
fsw' A wf "5\w. ex T & T. 11421
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-i of rnw,4 of nOt4 ....3414 3
... lt Cnrahnmvill34
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andl in w (or of n'.- of t
2 .s. n ...; .. ... 13 3
.. sw of n ...... ... 34 14 23
17.50 chs n and 4n si
ne% of nwv,. ..
. lots 11 12 .. .. . -1 K 1 4'
. . w of nw tA1101 1. ...-... .!l1l41;4
ne% of no .4 ... 19 414f
... of nwf ... ... 20 '124:
d ..n ., of ne, ... ....... !21114l;4
......... 102 711
....9.48 chs n and by 31i. "1 ..'. 41.4'
and w in ne cor of&_ 5% .
... w of sw' and of .w1.311 o 24
nw-4 q or I ,
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Trvin WV lhonr. .. .

('has S A.\dama .
I'nknown. .. ..

Jag Quarle.s... ...
.Tas Quarles. . .....
Chas S Adams. ....
Chas S Adams......
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Wm A Witherill ...

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and nw% of sw% ex T & T261518
T SmaUwo (PrlN)w% of ne% and nw% of se% 30 15 18
P INM *... .........e% of e% ex 4.50 chs n and a on
a end ...... ... ...... 11519
Mac Hamilton... ....... com 243 5-6 ft s of ne cor .... 11519
thence a 111 yds w 43 yds n
111 yds e 43 yds...........
A t Mentton ........... .. 3% yds e and w by 34 3-4 yda
n and a in ne cor. ........ 11519
I. B SitaEo .. .......... .corn 210 ft a of ne cor of se% 2 1519
thence n 210 ft w 320 ft a 40
ft e with R R to p o b....
"*'ta F.............. ...* i of ne% ex 1 acre to R R.. 21519
Oe. P MUTrphy............ corn at R R crossing on e bdyl 21519
thence s 30 ft w 30 ft n 30 ft
e 30 ft... ... ... ... .......
I A Murphy ............ com 30 ft s of R R crossing on
SMdy... ...... .........'2 15'19!
thence w 60 ft n 60 ft e 60 ft
sa 0 ft ...... ......... ...
I'nknow ...... .. .. e% of ne%.... ... ... ....... 41519
I. T Headrick .. .. ...cor at sw cor of lot 2 bik 4
Romeo... ... ......... ... 61519
thence a 27t ft e 95 ft n
2-'T7 ft w 95 ft........ ....
1 H Bayle ........ nw% of nw% of nw% ......... 211519
H Hargrav s .. .. .. v.w ,... ... .. ..... ..... 2315 19
M J Eppwrson ........ 4 of ne1k of ne%, ......... 35 15'19
A J tow ... ...... ...... % of sw%... ... ... ....... 351519
Jtlnmle Langey ...... .. n.-.n of n ............ ......3611519
A J Howle... ... ... .... sw .. .. .. ... ......... 3611519
*..., < -r h r- ....... ... .w I of ne1 ... ..... ..... 1j1520
Mrs M R Rice (Paid)..... ~ % of n % and ne% of se% !
and sw% of ne ,of ne .. 2115120
lIuth-r Austin.. ...... 140 yds sq in sw cor of nwi I
of sw I ... .... ... ...... i 2115120'
K C alth (Paid)... .. ss of sw%4...... ......... 2!15i201
Jophb AIdridLe..... ..... e% of we% of set.. ......I 215l20l
cor.... ... ... ... ... ...
<'has Frd... .......... 7.07 chs sq in sw cor of se' or# i !
se% ... . . .. . ........ . 11171 5T0
W B Young... ......... nw 4 of ne %.. ........ .. ~.T 520
J F F~ .. .............. w of ne% ex T & T.... ..1141151201
S" W Uchell... ... ...... w% of nw% ex 22,0 yds n andl ;
a by 19% yds e and w in swl I !
cor ... .......... ..... ....14 15120'
Suckte L Bates.......... n% of sw% of se% and s% of; I 1
nw% of se ... ... ......115i15!20;
L Btter... ............ 70 yd s q in se cor of n% of ne! I !
% of nw% ... ...... .....117115'201
IJlAMi Washinlton... .... s% of sw% of nw%' of nw%...1171151201
Abdrrw Shepherd.. .... o ne of nw% of ne%..118115 20'
T R. F A & W A Wood-
ward... ...... .....s w% of nw% ... ... ... .....!20'15120
'lark. Ray. Johnson Co.. sw of ne% ...... ... ..... "1 15'20
Louisa A Garner.. ...... ne% of se% and et2 of nw of ,
se% and n% of ne% of sw%j
of se% ... ........... .....21120
Jar ('ribbett.. ... ..... ne% of ne% .... ... ... .... 2315 20
Pamle heirs (Paid)....s% of ne% of se% of sep%.... '415i20
F fR Pedleton (Pald).....s4 of nw% of se% of se%..124i1520O
Frank Jefferson .... ... sw of sw% and s% of nw% i ;
i of sw . . . . .... 128115120:
Jimmi- Langley.. .. ..l. of sw14 of sw% and 105 ft
sq in sw cor of ne% of sw%130&15 20
Henry Roddenberry....... .e% of sw% of se% .... ...... 30;15".0
Jimmie Langley .... .... n% of nw% and set- of n\ %.
and nwY4 of sw .......... 31. 20
la FWnch Ph.s Co n. .. ... .................. .. ..36:15!.24
e-'l..vl IMum mer ... .. iw of Wii .. .. ... 1 '1 21
NI1 Mitt'hl.....i... 14 'if 11W'4...............]' "2 1521
.si-at- M Mitchell . . 4 f w 11.'
Henry Gadsden (Paid).. ;s of n- 14 .-x 424) ft .* and w
by 4f3' ft ii anl s in n cor
and ni of s'. 4.... .. ..... 21
ot L F. . i w1% of ne,, ........... . 3.1 21
ilH. ,- ,: Mr- I Stafford.. l\ 4of nte14 aind ..I. ,,f n ,14
andl n- of sw'4 ox 1 & T .-,1i -21
t-. Si ... nw\ of n'.4 and n1.1- of n\\ l'4 1ti .1521
..n .n.on ..... s\ ; 'f s' .... ... . .. .... i'1." -1
I k' lI, is- of S \ .4 .. .. .. . .. .. 6. 15
hi; l ,-.. .; . .. ...jnw.4 of ne ... R. . .21
... i, 1 ..22 ft n and s tvy 64?i ft .- alid
w in svw ,or of sw' ... ... 9.1.'21
..,- Pril . -coni "22' ft n i f s% cu r ... .. 21
th.-i l .6;: ft Ii 22" ft \ 660
i ft s t-4i ft......... .. ..
!.- 'k- .- i. ...... m 44" ft n of s\ ct-or...... .' 1,. !
thenc-e e 660 ft n ""1 frt w 66"1
S ft s 2240 ft ..... ... ........
i ... M urr.-ll . . .7.50 chs ,* and w by 13 ch. l
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10 95
160 9 27
201 2 97
801 3 47
40o 2 97
1601 8 01
40 4 08
90 5 58

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80 5 28
20 2 38

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40 2 38
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*.r.I u v z.i t ll .114il' ,. f sai, n'...4 f n .............14 2ll 1
i.a n M Mith.' 'hr . 1f s,, of nw ........... 1415 21
r1. ~ ltke-r 17 lr t .- .nd by 5 ft n and:
ir...> k.-r-n~ in nw '-r f sI of nw'4.. 1 151-
'r i'lk,. r- l .ai, f.i-ll 1 7 ft *. of n cr of s".. of
Sn 4 ... ... ... ......... .1." 21,- s 332' ft *. 17,16 f' n'
S332L ft w 15.16 ft ... ....
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I tt* i of se 1.. ... .. ... ... 115 21
. o fi tf lit . . . . . . . .. .1 ,-15 1
Snknown ... l. f sW .... ... ...... .1 21
t4.renin &" o^: :.. ... I: ,f nw n, nSli of lnwi14" .1^1
Hienning L & I Co (Paid ... o 'of n 14 411tt1, O1 f%14 11.521
F k L .1 1 1it, f W it . . . . . . ;4l t 'L
EA iont0. of w ... .... ............ .34 1-21.
.t Wr iht n f nwi x T chs sq in n t-
c ...r . . .. ... ....... .
all of X 105 ft SqI in nw cor rof
\.. i fank lblSk 7 Silver Springs.. ..... 11.l
1 ..12 chs sq in ne cor blk 11 Sil-
.*;, !l- W l'l|i1er Springs .. .. .. .... 1
n . llk 12 Silver Springs . 1 15.
.mIr I I; 1.... i .0 q ch sq In sw cor lot 3 blk I !
M. Harrs. 14 Silver Springs.. I.. .. 1:
-,. ) m"i f **,f S t- r I q6 l1v
l r i n '. ... ... ............ 5
th,.nt.-. n Ilt ft f 1 I ft .'. t
II' ft n 110l ft .. ....i
1'1,i -'l i ft s ofi n\ cir <,f n t'- 1 1. "-1 '
.1 c tht nce s 10 ft ." 210 ft n 210
ft w 210 ft ..... ...... 1
.III~ Of n%%4.I 11
l'0 -,; 1 f 'h "s w of ne cor of s .
NI 1 h1 2
I o f st h,.,ft-f
thence" w \ith R t 214) ft t
right angle with R R 193 ft ;
S "09 ft n 175 .. f .. ....
Snw'4 aioia ndTill 1f sV14.! 2* 2 2"2"
.nw4 arif net 4 15 22
I lki wIi .. if n-L off n% L i... . 4 '.,
)4 Tho:. .i 7 ;.tnl1 S subI of .... ;
.h. f ...h.. ... ...
%V.,It.r .M tt ... i .1 sub f sIf ... 4 1. :
11 Hu< . ..klY .. lot 41 sutb of st ... . 1. 22 ..
p Dnls ta Ha Hark.ll of nIe of sc -- . 6 1 5 o l e
1 W Mo1nac f e f -...... ......
Sntag '. .. ... of se .. . .. ..... 1
SW Cyt .......lot 3 blk 12 Munden's sub .... 7 15l2
S o **(PI) .. of blk 11 Mundon's sub 715
Mar loo ..... lts 1 3 4 blk 2 Robinson &
a J ention .... .... Ltx s ad Ocala ... ...... 7
S olots ,56. 7s blk 7 Marion I,
....l s g..* ..... 7115122'
4He4ry H ... ... lo* Heights. blk 7 Marionl :
r Heights for 190 ....... 71522
rots 6 blk 8 Marion Heights1 7115122!
W ....lot b 1 3 4 and lots 1 2 3 41
|O.arn...---. ......blks 1 1 3 4 5 8 blk

o 1247 f t and 1492 ft et 1 i
m a r .n e ......-.1 815 22:
go r gy.dt e ... ... of l w cor......... ....t 10 5 1
thence 105 ft e 210 ft n 1051
ft W 210 ft ... .............t
s. 3-4 of 8w17 of neA and swV4
SL V&U3- of se% of tw% ex T & T..11015 221
L .. of ... .. .......13 15 21
'"" se of ~s% of ne. of sw%. 1315 22
"..-- ".. w 4s f of r of nw of so ....I13152
.liDw. .. "l..ot 1 sub of nf w% .... . ... 14 15 221
LI%~a- ""--lot 15 sub of nw .. ..141522!
Sp.a...- -. lot and 5.5 chs n and -1 by 1
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10 1 96
10, 1 46
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801 4 24

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I !iknown... ........ . sw\v4 of n\..4 . .. .. .....i191611
R I' ....... ..... s.\L of nc 4 of n.'4 .. .. . 21 16 1
-' I known..... .. .. t ... ..... .. t '... .... .. .. .. .. .. ..;," 16
Morrow &- WVatrs. .. .... .lots I to ;nitl ii o '2 and L26
to .. i 5 ex lots ti 6 i.o Tornp-,
* i kinlls' ad to Dunlilln in sw !4 ,
t I of i'l4 ... . ... ... ..... 2 5 1 1
E F. i'.anv*rsy. . ....... lot 5. Tompkins' ad to Dunnit l- '
oI n in sw\4i of nwl .. .. ..~2 ; 16 18:
G; KE .Murtry... .. ... lots 13.' 136 137 1."5 1'6 Tonip-
kins' ad Dunnellon in s\vi of
SV . .... ... .. 1 1

S'nkino wn ... ....
.IS Williams. .
Mary E Vogt...
unknown. .....

Unknown . ... . ... ...
Ray & Anderson........
Eliza Giles .. .. .. .. .
Unknown (Paid... ......
Ray & Anderson........

n\\'4 of s'4 of sc ........ ...2716'.
lot 241 Watkins' ad D)unnr.llon";:7116l1
el, of nw'4 and s\'k4 of nw14 '31:16 1'
\v\ of seli of ne'i and e1. of
nI1ti of stl.i . . . ..... .. 31 1. 41s
sw14 of ne.,4 and nw'L4 of swi
and s',. of s'2 n of river. ... 32 16i18;
lots I to 19 inc Dunnellon . .!35l16'1l
lot 36 Dunnellon. .. ..... .....i35l16'1
lot 41 Dunnellon .. .. .. .....35t161,S
lots 75 to 109 ex lots 86 and

133 to 142- and 148 to 160 and;
167 to 265 and 291 to 301 and
& 308 to 313 Dunnellon.... ....3511618
Mrs R E ann. ... .....lots 379 380 Dunnellon.. .. ..1351611S,
C Y Miller... ...........lots 389 390 Dunnellon....... ..3511611:
, M Ray...... ....... lots 422 423 437 43S Dunnellon 35'1611:i'
Mrs C C Castel. .........25 ft n and s by 75 ft e and w I
in se cor lot 521 )unnellon.. 35:,16:18
.Mrs N A Hargraves.. .....lot 528 Dunnellon............ 351161181
Morro & Waters... .....lot 557 Dunnellon.. .......35116;18
W H Stephens..... ... lot 566 Dunnellon... .......... 3516 18:
Camp Phos Co... ........lots 894 895 896 898 890 900'
Dunnellon.... .........3516 IS!
Unknown ........ ... ..lots 897 901 Dunnellon.. .. ..35116 18'
I'nknown ....... .... lot 899 Dunnellon.. .. ...... 35i1618
Unknown...... ....... lots 1337 1396 Dunnellon.. .... 35116 8
W P McKinney .. .... .lots 1252 1270 1272 1274 1294 1 1
1298 1408 Dunnellon.. ....3516118'
Unknown... ..........lots 1220 1226 1304 Dunnellon 35,16 18!
D H Cotton... .........lots 1228 1229 Dunnellon...... 83516 18'
Balloon & Moultrie. .....lot 1250 Dunnellon..... ..... 35 16 18!
T L Lowrie ... ..........lots 1257 1258 1277 1278 Dun-
nellon. ........ .. .. . .. 35 16 18
T D Weeden... ... ..... lot 1269 Dunnelon.. .... .. 35 16 181

lots 1283 1284 1286 1289 1299

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E B Duncan... ......... cor 33 ft e of sw cor Alvarezi
grant... .. .............. 15 22
thence e 14.14 chs n 14.14 chs
w 14.14 chs s 14.14 chs...
T R Gary... ...........nw% of nw% ... ...... ..... 221522!
Sam Davis (Paid).... .... ne% of nek ex 8.30 chs sq in
sw cor of ne% of nei ...... 24 15 221
Isaac Piner... .. .....e 5-8 of se% of ne%........ 24 15 22'
Sauker White... ....... corn 70 yds n of sw cor of nw4!24il1.22
thence n 210 yds e 140 yds si
210 yds w 140 yds for 1907..
H W Taylor.... ... ... .. nw' of sw% exk 1 acre
i sq in ne cor. .t.... .. .... .26! 15 .2
Ed Lewis ...... ... ...'com 146 2-3 yds w of s% cor ofi
ne% of se%... .. . . .. 26 15t--
ne of se...............2615,22
thence n 330 yds w 146 2-3
yds s 330 yds e 146 2-3 yds
Unknown .. ....... 's of ne% of sw% and ne%4 of
ne% of sw%'.. .... ......i26151221
Mrs M E Prater.... ....lots 1 2 3 4 blk D Montague..126 15'22
J C DuBois ............lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 blk G Monta-l
gue... ... ..... ...... 26 15 221
L W Drew. ...... ..... lot 16 sub of se14....... .....12815 221
Fla Lime Co .... ........ ee of se% ex 4 acres to Mat-i
tie Ruth .......... .... .29 15 22'
L Rifenberg... ... ... ... com 115.88 chs s and 30 chs w: *
of ne cor Sanchez grant.... 15i22
thence s 6 chs w 20 chs n 6 i
chs e 20 chs .. ........... .
Unknown ...... .. ..... cor 20 chs w and 20 chs n of I
se cor of Sanchez grant.... 15j22
thence w 30 chs n 20 chs e 30 1
chs s 20 chs........ ...... .
J A Young.. .. ... ....lots 30 43 sub of w', of San-
chez grant .... ............. '15 22!
M O H Eichelberger..... s% of lot 49 sub of w, of San-!
chez grant... ...... ...... 15 22
Unknown.... ... .... lots 2 6 7 sub of lot 2.. ...... 30 15 22
Inknown............. ne% of se%... ..... ..... 13215 22
Mrs S C Liddons.. .. .... 7.50 chs e and w by 13.50 chs!
n and s in ne cor of w% of'
sw% of nw' .... .. ....33151'22
Young & Mathis ...... e% of se.% ... ... .........33 15122
Mrs Kate Smith.. .... lots 17 and 24 DuBois ad Mon-I
tague.... ......... ..... ..34 151221
J C DuBois.. .......... w 3-4 of nw %of sw% .. .... 35 151221
Mrs M E Prater.. ......s %of se% of se%.. .. ......j351151221
Mrs M E Prater.. .. ... .sw' of sw% of nw 14........ 36 15t22!
H-irs of E R Hays se%4 of nw% and ne14 of swl4
S and 8 chs e and w by 10 chsl
n and s in nw cor of seA ofi
sw% and coin at se cor of
sw% thence n 10 chs w 12
chs s 6.25 chs w 8 chs s 3.751i
chs e 20 chs.... .......... .13611522
Fred W Phillips (Paid)... s% of nw% ...... .......... 11523
J W Sewell.. .......... se% of sw%.. ... ........ 1 15 23
D G Crenshaw...... ...swk4 of ne%' and nw'- of sej-4 31523'
Geo Tooley... ........ w% of se% of sw%........: 415 23!
Henry Bayer Sons.. .... n% of ne% and se% of ne% ex
n% of ne% of se% of ne%.. 5 15 231
Unknown.. ...... ...... sw% of sw% ex T & T...... 5 15231
Unknown. .............sw% of nw% and nw' of sw%4i
ex 2 acres in nw cor of sw'4
of nwlA and ex R R right of1 I
way. ... .......... ... 6115 231
.1 H -lelnart.. ........ rIfw% of nw% of sw ...... 7115 23'
H I. An..derson ...... .... e 2 of nww% of s .... . . 7i15.23
ils.-on & Stutzman..... corn at ne cor of nw%.. .... l11l5123!
thence s 25.6. chs n 68 d eg
w 17.60 chs s 46 deg w 15 chs;
w 10 chs n 3.40 chs \w 16.15
chs n 20 chs *- 40 chhs ......
I'lknoi'vn. ............ nwi of ne' and n,._ of sw% i
of ne% and set4 of se .... 13i1. 23t
Unknown' .............. s of swY s of public road. 115!15123!
J (' 'C oper... ... ...... sel% of se%... .. ... ..... 15115123
'nknown. ........ .....all s of public road ex T & Ti161S!23J
S;.au Bs. ... ......... 9 chs n and s on n side of ne%4!1
oif se%4 ... ....... ... ..... 18 15123:
T Sistrunk. ... ... ... si of se%... . ... .. .. . 11 .12
1 .1 ',,rt... ...... ...... .sw%' of sw1 of ne%1 and nw 4i
of se4 and 5 chs e and w on
w side of ne %uf se/i.. .11115123,
S T Sistrunk .. ... ..... el' of w1'/ of ne .t.... . 21115123
N .\I in-er... ... ....... e% of se% of nwVl .......... .211i5!23i
8 T Si-trutnk.. .... ...... e2 of w anti sw14 of sw\vl
and sw%, of s.r andt i o
Sse .. ... ... ... ....... 12 .123
'i nk. wn... ... .... .... w lof nw% and nw\lj of sw\ 22i.1.-23
I.s;ir.' 1) Tholnas... .... .s 1-3 of nw 4 of ne '.. .. ... .2I6:15123
Fl, I' rnc.ih iPios Co.. .... ne% and sw of niiw and nw
1/4 of swV4 ex 211 ft sqI in soI i
cor ex T & T.. . . . ....31:1.15 .23
.1 .1 inrt... ... .. . ... .. n t. of nw ... ... ... ..... !31115 -'31
l'l -'ri-li 'hos Co.. .. nnw%4 ex se'i of nv % of 11nw
and ex sw Yisof neI4 of nw/4 321.' -'3
N .A1 ',.,.nr.. ..... ... ..\.w ex T & T1... .......... 331.5 23
S:tiuL. & Tillehr ... ..netl of sw% and stc,4 of sw'1i
and w\-. of sc'4........ ... 331.5 23
lnkn\\ n. ... ... ....... ne4 and seV4 of seo; ex T & T,3315.j23
I 'nLno\n. .... . ........ n1 of ne'4....... ........ l.. 1524
HrinIing L & I Co. ...... n, of nce and s' of Iiw"1 and.
swv of se'/ .... .. .... 315'.24'
t'nknIiwn ....... ......n%1 of nw14 and s.e of s.i4 315124
E N \Vbb...... ......... nt. of se%4 ex 7 chs sq in .se
cor and ex 7 tlis sq in sw c'r S 1.,24'
c'hts S Adams... ... . se of se'%.......... .. .....i 111i5124
c'it.s S Adams... ... .. n ',hof ne% and s\w'4 of n and se%4 of nw% and se4 of f
se1,i and w% of se'4 anrd il !
5of swv< 1 ... ... .. ... ..... 131.5! 24.
KE (',ordr.y. .......... .e of nw% of inw1' ex 5 chsl 1 I
sq in nw cor............. 17i124!
J l- hle-s... .. ....... sw4 of nw% of nw!.. ... .18|15i24|
\V (',ox... ....... ... ........ .... 1815:!24
I. L.ridges..-. ........ sw. of swi4. ..... ......... 2015'24'
.iin.lri.cait Phos Co. ..... inet of sw 4... ... ... ... .. . 20'15i24
S K Smith... ... ... ... n of sw%' of s\\'i.. ..". ...'7 i1 4
.\ .M Higgins.. ... ...... lot 2... ............... .... 36.1, 24
.1 .1 Ilmludnell............ coin 8.33 chs w aind 2'.3( chs n
of se cor of nci orf Iiw .. 30 i'".5,
thence e 11.40 chs s 5,5 dohg t
7.68 chs e 2.32 chs I -2L' lis
Sw '.) chs s 17.0,7 chs. . .
I'nknown... ... ... ......s' of se!............. .....121i6i18S
I 'nknow n . . . . .. . .ne of n . . . . . . ... .. 1311618!
DI innellon Phos (o... ... n .t4 of nw ... ... ........ .. 19 16'1 :



























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2 47

2 77
1 72

2 56

1 76

2 86

3 27
2 97
1 72

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6 39

S 91

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2 47

&TJ Mills (Paid) ..

Mrs A A Leitner ........

Heirs of H G Kean......
B F Lyons........ ....
Thos D Roberts.... ....
D G Watkins...... ....

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

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

4 g9 Clit Livingston (Paid)....

5 16
3 77
2 21
13 05

" 77
1 72

9 88
4 '24

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,R L Barnes & Co.......
G N Dorr..............
G H Dorr.... ... ...
Petteway Home & Co...
Lewis Harviell.. ......
C Y Miller... ... ... ...
Arch Jacobs...... .....
Horne Norman & Co...
L Horne & Co.......
Mluses Archie....... ..
riorne Norman & Co...
Easter Owens.... .....
J V' Shands. ...... .......
i IknoiIl 1n............ ...

i t; Hiuhl .. .... .......
. G (; 1hl... ... ... ... ..
Richard C'ain .. .. . . .

lots 1401 1402 1401
Ion... ... ... ...
lots 1409 1410 1411h
lot 1414 Dunnello.. ..
lot 1415 Dunnellom.... .,
lot 1841 Dunnellon.. ..
lots 1873 1877 1913 15I O
Ion ..... ...... ...

lot 1876 Dunnellon.. ..
ne'4 of sw% and e% a
T & T. ...........
w% of nw% and e' ea
nw 4... ... ... ... .
198 yds n and a by 74
w in se cor of ae% St
nw% ... ...... ... .
s 3-4 of e% of sw%.....,
n of sw %ex w% et
sw'4. ........ ...
s% of ne%! atad ina^o
se %........ ...... .
nl of nw'/4 of nw% w
se% ex ne%' of e%....
ne'4 of sei......... ...
s%4 of ne%..........
s of nw % of ne %......
nw% of nw%......... .
nel4 of sw%'............
n% of ne% and se of
e1 of sw% and mw% of
7 07 chs sq in ne cor of
w 1,/ of nw% ex T & T..
sw % of sw% .... ..........
'i of nw% of se%....
si, of se% of nwt t and a
nw%4 of seV4 of nw%....
se.\ of se%. ............
w." of sw%\ ....... .....
coin 45.08 chs e and 19.S 4
n of sw .or of nw ..
thence n 2.72 chn e 10. 4
to w bdy grant se with t
to pt e of corn w 11.57 ci
p o b..... ...... .....
corn 12.29 chs n of se cor of

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thence* 7.90 chs n 0.82
7.90 chs s 6.33 cha.... .
Louisa Norman........ nt.. of ne% ex 5 acres to
ningham ... ... ..... .....
Henning L & I Co.. .. %t of sw-......... ....
Thos Wilson. ..... ... .. nw4 of ne% ... ... .......
Wiley Moseley.... ...... w2 of ne4... ... ...... .
Dan Moseley.. .. .. .... nw% of nwA ... ...... ....
John Harvey, trustee.. .. 1 acre sq In se cor of ne%
nw%.. ........... .. i
C B' of ne%4... ...........
Henning L & I Co...... neY and w% of se% and as

- of se%4... . ... .. ....
WV S West.... ........ .. n* 2 of se'%..............
E C Smith. ...... ...... wi of ne%...... ... ... .
9A D R Wright (Paid)....... sw/4 of sw% ......... ....
6' Young & Mathis.... .... nw'% w of R R and nw%
86 -sw%' and ,s of sw .. .
5 Young & Mathis.... .... sw/4 of sw4............
56 L, I.Allen...... .......lot C White's sub of lot 2 t
1- i Julius grant... ... ... ....
N7' Mrs 11 A Barnes.... ....icom 16.32 chs w and 26.95
n of se- cor......... ......
thence w 18.10 chs n 26.95 e
e 18.10 chs s 26.95 chs......
Isaac Barden.... .. .....'cor at nw cor lot 8 Bmlw
S& Dial's sub of HyJUlll
Sgrant-townships 1. and...
111 thence n 54 deg e 346 ft a
461 deg ev 650 ft s 45 degf w
171 ft n 13 deg w 650 ft.... ..,
01 I 1 H \'hitworth.. ..... n ,2 of n1* of lot I and all of 1
-'i 2 sub of G S Barne' plna
Hyjulius grant-tip 15 a
iHeirs of Geo Colse.. .... 'com at ne cor of Dormann po
tion Hyjulius grant-tps 11
S;andl ...... .. .. . ....
Stht-lelnct n 16 deg 55. min
r, 13.s'- chs s -.( deg 30 min a
:;I o chs s 16 deg 5.5 min el 1.1
Schs n 512 deg 30 min e 30 et
4,7 Wiley .Mosby.. .... .. .. corn 44.66 ch.- n 14 deg w va
49 n 5., (leg e 45 chs from i
01 .cor Hyjulius grant tpa 15 IS
05 thence n 55 deg e 16.15 et
_7 n 14 deg w 13.06 chb a I
77 : dl e 5.16 chs n 14 deg v
10.34 chs s 55 deg w t"
31 ch cs s 14 deg e 23.40 chb.;.
05 c l-ry Woodward.. ......cbm 26.72 chs n 14 deg w &U
49 20.67 chs n 55 deg e from a
491 : cor Hyjulius grant-tpa 1I"
thence n 14 deg w 17.94 e
n 55 deg e 12 chs s 14 dl
e 17.94 chs s 55 deg w 12 etc
79 L L Allen. . .. ........net4 of sw ......... ....
49 T R Gary.... ........... w\- of ne% of se% and nwl
72 of se% and se% of se4...
24 Young & Mathis.. of ne4... ..........
'Wm Edwards...........sw% of ne4 ex 10 chs sq II
52 ne cor..............
47 T R Gary. ...... ...... ..w o wof w of w% and *%
571 nw% of se%4.........
24I Ed Maxey............... chs e and w on w sideof
of ne% ... .... .. .......
15 W M Jenkins (Paid)..... s4w% of nwt4..........
05 Fla Lime Co.... ........e% of se4A of sw1%........
49 Peter Wright.... ........sw% of se% ...........
08 Peter Wright.... ...... s% of nw% of ne%... .. ...
Maggie Howell .......... com 120 ft e and 20 ft ef
33 i cor... ..... ... ... ..*
49 i thence e 3.85 chs sa &1 dW
t 01 2.47 chs n to n o b... ..*

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cor 20 ft a and l- ft e t t
thence e 3L5C ebh a 2 1
w 3.47 bs a with RR I
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..... 30 122 42
. 1 1 22 44

...:..... 2122 4
........ U 1622' 2(
....... 33 16 22 84
CCaW % .... 3 1622
a.w ....3 216 22 3(

Bad fe ex
by 13 chs n
C sw% of se
.......... 71623 311
iw% of sw%
........ 81623 8(
e% of sw'k
... .....101623 24(
... .......101623 84
... ... ...14 16 23 36
... ... ... 14 16 23 8
... .. ... 151623 8(
... ... ...151623 14
wI of sw% 15 1 23 28(
T.. .. ....181623 8(
.. ...... 151623 'I(

Sn cor blk 112
... ........ ..15
ft to ae s with
to pt a of com n
*- -..... ........1
W of aw cor blk 120
S I lakes with lake
to cor of Spring St n
b ..............
2I1 Welshton...... 1l
me of Se'.. .. ...... 23
L of mse.. .... ..24
9 Candler.. ......25
7 lan sub of lot -65
.. ... ... ... .......2
# A e% of neM.. .46
S1 4 bfk C Belle-
28 Bellevlew.... ...
5 mad e% of 6 blk'30

H'Ik S bN ,ieVw...
2 7 kt 3 Belleview..
bl 57I k~ aeview.......
1 aad 2 Mk Ut Belleview
S2 8- 4 bik 6 BeUleview....
**-d $ Uk 9 Bellevlew
g flk 80 81 Belleview...
I 1 bk 84 Belleview......
1 U Beleview. .....
& k V Belleview.. ....
-S 4 7 T BIk 56 Belleview.
SMk f BelUeview......
t k 1t Bleview.. ....
It U b 116 'Bedevlew........
It 1 4 5 8 9 blk 121 Belleview
S1 and 2 blk 133 Belleview
It 4 bk 134 Beleview.. ....
4t 4 k 134 Belleview.. ....
RU 8 bik =8 Belleview....
I of R R........31
St aaw cor of se% of sw% 3?
tlmm e 7.91 chs s 6.32 chs .e
4 ebs 19.~2 chs w 1.91 chs.
a 2Ao cbs w 10 chs s 15 chs
o% af ne%... ............ 1
WH of .ae% and s% of nwk
and mw% of se% and n% of
** o s ......... 1
Sof sw% ... ...... ... .. 1
If 5 6 plat book A pg 102 1
t of ae% of ne%.... ...... 12
.of e%... ...........15
lof 8e% of ne% and sw% of
sie% of ne% and se% of sw%
O aes ... ... ... ... ..... 16
% of nw%... ......... ... 22
w% of ae4 ex 9 chs sq in se

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r% of me% ... ........... 2716 24
t of ne% of se% and n% of
ae% of ve% and nw% of se% 2716 24
% of lot corn 8.47 chs n of sw
cor of se%... ...... .....321624
thence 62% deg e 4.95 chs I
a .72 ch8 w 4.37 chs a 143

I 1 Oklawaha.. .. .... 3216 24
w% of nw'.... ... ...... 331624
w% of ne% ... ... ........ 191625
3-4 of tLW of nw% and n 5-8
of es% or nw%.. ...... 1916 25
Me 470 ft w of se cor of lot 1 24 16 26
thence n 76 ft w 1070 ft a 1
75 ft e 170 ft.... ........
Sa3and 17 ummit........ 3616 26
t% of sw% and sw% of se%
ex T & T.... .. ........ 141719
wr of se% ex T & T...... 71720
W% of ne% and se% of nw%
4ld ne% of sw% and nw%
ot we% ex T & T.......... 14 17 20
4 of ne% and w %of sw% of
be% ex T & T.. ..........181720
1 of 8w% of ne% .. .. ....18 17 20
I% of sw% und int......181720
SO ne.% and n/' of se% ex
T & T... ... ... ... ..... 271720
W% of 8w% and 8% of sws4
ex T & T... ...... ...281720
% of ne% and nw %of ne%
x T & T.. ............. 331720
e ot sw%. ........ .....331720
WtO of me% and se% of nw%
and wv of nw% and sw%
of sw% ex T & T. ...... 11721
% of nw of se%. ..... ... 11721
S o m ae ...... .. ... ... 121721
3-8 qf s% of sw% .. ...... 121721
% of sw% of sw%.. .......121721
wK of e %... ... ... .....231721
e% of ne% of ne% and w%
of Re% and e% of sw% of
ms% ...... ... .. ... ..... 21722
1% of rwU of ne% of ne%.. 21722
% of nw~.... .......... 21722
i %ot e4 of e% of se% and
8 3-4 of ne% of se% and s%
of sw% of se% of se% and
es% of se% of se%s.... .... 21722
4 of 8w% of se% of se%.... 21722
k6 of me %... .... ........ 7 1722
Wt of ne% ... ... ... ...... 81722
1% of ne%..... ...........101722
% otf Be% ex nw% of sw of
be% ... ...............101722
Iw% of 8sw%.... ... ........ 111722
r% of nw..... ........121722
Wem M chs n of sw cor of se% 13 17122
thence 6.16 chs e 20 chs s
1616 ch8 w 20 chs........
.w of nw% and sw% of sw%
ea T & T.. .............191722
Iw 4ex e% of ne% of nw% j
ad ex e % of nw. ex T A
T... ... ... ... ... ...... 20171221

w% of se%. ..... .. .......
o% of sw% and w% of sei%
Ud ne% of se% ex T & T
4 of 8e% .... ... ... .....
e* of aes..............
% of nw% and sw% of se%
S f ex sw% of se% ... ....
of sw% ex 8 acres to Gal-
7 and 3 blk 2 sub of ne%
i $ 3 sub of ne%........
S k 4 sub of ne%......
Of tw% cex e% of ne% of
S I of ow%4 and ex s8% of
S% at Sw% of now%.....
Sm% Of sw% of nw '..
1S Ir of nwo .....
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1 7 RS Hall... ........... 1035 ft c and w by 470 ft n and 1
1 46 s in inw cor of ne,4 of sw%4 171123
1 22 Mary Graham... ......corn at se cor Durrance lot 1
2 66 Sunmrerfield.. .... ..... 17 17123
2 66 then< t 40 ft n 60 ft w 40 ft
1 5 s 60 ft...... ... ... ... ...
2 66 W Dickerson.. ... 32 chs s of ne cor........17 1723
2 21 thence w 10 chs s 8 chs e 10 I
1 56 chs n 8 chs... ... ..........
3 98 W p Strunk... ......... n- ,of ne' and nei of nw% 1917i23
122 Nathan Mayo........... .- of ne. ....... . ...119 -
2 97 C L Elkins.... .....07 chs sq in nw cor of ne'4 1 I
2 97 of se~ ... ........ ....... 20117231
Carncy Phos Co.... .... .~, of ne% 'ex sw% of sw% of I
ne,% and se% of nw% and
sl' of se .... ........... 20117123
P Tickler... ...... ..... sw% of sw', of ne% .... .... 20i17i23
14 25 Carney Phos Co... ...... sw% of nw%... .... ...121117123'
G W Hector... ......... w 1-3 of sw%4 of sw~*...... 2117123
4 78 G W Hector.... .. lot 7 sub of n12 of sR%...... 21117123
H M Goethe & Co........ lot 1... ...... ... ... .....231171231
6 80 Mrs E Briggs... ........ nw4 of s,-% of n1 of lot 3.. 25171231
4 24 D E Millholland... ... m15 chs of sw cor lot 7.. 25 17!231
10 53 thence n 20 chs e 7.50 chs s I
2 47 20 chs w 7.50 chs...... .. I I
5 49 Anna A Darwin... ...... ne' of ne' of nwlA ex 3.16 I I
95 chs sq in ne cor and ex 3.151 I I
5 75 chs sq in nw cor..........126117231
2 97 j E Kemp... ......... 768 chs sq inne cor of nwk I
1 72 of nw'4 ... ... ... ........ 2611723
M E Gillett... .........e 3-8 of ne4 of se%.... .....271723
P A Wooley... ......... nw% of ne% and ne% of nwY,291723
W P Strunk... ........ wH of ne%4... ...... ....3017 23
L B Branch... ......... n of swl. ...............301723
2 66 j p Driggers... ........ ne% of se%. ... .......... 01723
W S West. ........ ...e% of ne4... ........ ....311723
Mrs C Brinson.......... s- of se% of nw% of ne%.. 3117 23
Susan M Smith... ...... s% of se% and ne% of se% w
of R R. ... ........... ..31 17 23
2 66 Mrs M Saborg... ...... w% of ne%4... ...... ...... 351723
95 T H Harrison.... .... .. lts 115 161 Weir Park...... 4117 24
1 46 R Y Lovell.. .... 156 Weir Park.. .. ...... 4117 24
1 22 Mrs W S Wallace.. .. ..lot bd a by Lake Weir w by
1 46 Pollard n by public road e by
1 22 Turnley's lot sub of lot 5.. 5 17 24
Mrs P R Gary.. .. ......lot 8... ................... 517241
1 01 R Y Lovell .... .. .. fracti part of lot 3.... ......] 617 241
2 97 Reirs of W C Eagleton.. corn at Lake Weir 7.40 chs wl I
S. .?i7W V of e bdy lot 5.............' 6117 241
4 54 thence n 25.09 chs w 12.59 I
8 01 chs s 30 deg e 5.16 chs s 70 I
deg w 10.65 chs a 20.65 chs I
13 35 e to p o b...... ..... .....
1 22 W L Bard............... cor at sw cor of lot 2........1917241
1 22 thence e 7 1-6 chs n 6 chs w I|
1 22 10 5-6 chs s 6 chs e 3 4-6 chs
95 W A Guthery... ........ co mat ne cor lot 2.... ...*:. :20 17124
1 72 thence w 45 deg 45 min nj I
1 22 9.23 chs s 20 deg w 3.75*cfhsl
2 97 s 55 deg e 9.27 chs n 2.75 -chsl
8 27 Unknown .............. 224 ft e and w on w side of lotl !
1 22 5 ex 340 ft n and s and ex-30) I
1 22. ft street on w side.... .... .20 17 24
1 22 Mack Jemison.. ....... 7.03 chs e and w by 19.06 chs nl
2 97 i and s in sw cor of nw% .. .'21 17 24
1 22 J C Hannah... ........ sI of n% of sw% of ne%'....21 17 24
1 72 Jno S Kenyon... .......n% of nw% of sw %of se%.. 211724
71 'nknown.... ......... nw of se% of sw. and sa
95 of se% of se% of sw% and
1 22 com 13 chs s of nw cor of nw
95 1 of sw..... ............ 211724
1 22 thence s 5 chs e 10 chs n 5 I
95 chs w 10 chs.. ... ... .... I I
5 49 Ulmer & Co. ... ........ 1, of sw% of se% .... .....21117!24
Unknown.... ...... .... e of neh of se14... ... ...121117124
Pla Ftz Mfg Co.... .... n1 of nw% of sw'4.. .......122117 24
R G Allsopp... ... ..... :s of se%... ............12311724
3 87 C F Waterman... ...... ne, of se% of se.. .. .....24117 24
1 72 Ulemr & Co... ... ..... sw% of ne'4 and se% of nw~lk
and ne% of sw%1 and nw ofl
se% ...... ................ 26 17 24
7 36 Albert Underhill.. ..... nw% of nw% ex T & T...... 2717124
2 97 Martha Cox... ... ...... wv of sw% of ne% of nw'A. 27 17124
1 46 Mray E Underhill... .... sw4 of nw%................ 27 17124
1 22 J W McIntosh... ... ....3.50 chs e and w by 10 chs n I
2 97 and s in nw cor of sw%4....2817124!
N W Williams... ........cor 5 chs e of sw cor. .....!291171241
thence n 20 chs e 5 chs s 20' I
3 57 chs w 5 chs... ... .. ...... I
2 47 Joe Johnson...... ...... s 3-4 of nw% of se% w of R R 29 17124
A J 'Willis...... ........ w'% of nw% of se% of nw%.. 29 17i24
2 02 Masonic Lodge. Col. .....cor at ne cor lot 1 blk 1 So |
95 Lake Weir... ............29 17124
thence w 160 ft a 170 ft e 130
176 ft n 170 ft................
Unknown.......... .... n% of s%1 of blk 3 S Lake Weir 29 17 24
S Lehman... ..... ...90 ft n and s by 106 ft e and
w on n end lot 1 blk 17 S
4 #t Lake Weir .... .......... 291724
191 Chas L Brannon... .....lots 4 and 5 blk 19 S Lake Weir 29 17 24
2 97 J H Treat...... ........2.50 chs n and s by 2 chs e and
172 w in se cor... ....... .....301724
1 72 W L Bard. ... .........6 chs e and w by 10 chs n and
s in ne cor of nw%'.... ....301724
2 77 E P Faunce.... .........5 chs sq in nw cor of ne% of
swn%... ... .............3017124
N W Williams. ..........sw4 of sw of se'4.......:.30 1724
1 93 Ulmer & Co............nW of sw% and s% of s*, of
89 nw% ... ...... ....... 21 24
W R Peterson... .......s8 of nw%' of nw, 4..........331724
3 27 Unknown......... .... nw '%of nw%4 and n% of se%
2 97 of nw%4.................. 4 1724
Sumter Co Fla Land Co.. e1/ of se% and sw% of seU'
and seW of s *%.... .....351724
6 09 W R Peterson ... ...... sF of nw% and sw% of ne%
and n1 of sw% ........ .... 36 17 34
4 54 S P Sly... ............sw%. of 8w-and sw*4 of se% 36.1724
1 46 J B Martin.... ... ...... com 84 1-3.yds a of nw cor of
1 46 ne% ... .1.... ... ....... 717 25
thence e..65 yds n 81 deg
5 04 w 172 1-9 yds w 30 5-6 yds
n y52 y w 129 yds s ,24
4 54 yds..... ... .... ... ...
Hugh Young... ... ...... se% of se e of river........ 19 17 25
3 77 Edward Mann... ....... lot 9 sub of n% of nw%........ 21 17 25
1 96 Mrs P V Morley...!C of se%. ...... ......26 17 25
Mrs P V Morley... ..... se% of 0se% for 1907.. .. ....!26 17 25
C C Higginbotham (Paid). e! of nw% and ne% of sw% 27 17 25
7 36 C C Higginbotham (Paid). nwW4 of se% ex 3.16 chs e and
2 97 iw by 14.94 chs n and s in sw
2 97 cor... ... . ..... .. .... 2917 25

1 22 C C Higginbotham (Paid). lot 9 sub of ne% of sw%4.... 291725
2 97 Jno A Graham.......... stl4 of neh4 and se% of...... 33 17 25
1 46 Peninsula Naval Stores Cone %of sw%4... ....... ...3517 25
A S Houston.. ........lot 5 blk 113 Higley.. ...... 351725
Vaughn & Avery ...... sw% of nw1 ... ............ 13 1726
8 61 Vaughn & Avery........ se4 of ne%... ............. 141726
1 22 Roy Benjaimn .......... lot 13 Maywood sees 13 and.. 24 17 26
3 98 M Dobrossky.. .........w% of ne% of nwk of ne%.. 24 17 26
J Linn... .............cor at nw cor of neW of nw% 24 17 26
tTence e 15 chs a 10 chs e 5
chs a 4 chs w 20 chs n 14 chs
5 38 Wm C Herman.......... e 1-8 of se% of sw% ........ 2617 26
1 46 S J Warren... ... ......w% of nw% of se%.. .... .. 261726
4 48 Empire Land Co... .....nw% of ne%.... ... ........291726
2 47 J D Upham .... ....... s. of se%. ................ 29.17 26
3 74 E A Blickenstaff .... .... n of se% of nw% and 12 chs
n and a by 10 chs e and w in
3 27 nw cor of sw%, of ne4. .. 34 17 26
2 47 Mary Bane... .........s% of se% of nwY and 8 chs
1 72 n and s by 10 chs e and w in
sw cor of ne% .. ........ 341726
Moore & Co..... ........ nw% of ne% of nw% ........ 34 17 26
3 57 Wm Jahen... ......... s 3-4 of w1, of nw.......... 34 17 26
Moore & Co............. sw% of ne% of nwY4 and n 3-8
3 27 of w' of se'4.............. 34 1726
Moore & Co... ......... w %of ne% of ne% and e4 of
nw*4 of ne1!... ..........34 17 26
6 09 S J Maner............. ..s of ne% ex 30 chs e and w
2 47 by 5 chs n and s in nw cor..351726
Moore & Co.............0% of ne% of ne% and w1/ of
4 78 sw% of nw% and nw% of
nw%... ......... ...... 35 1726
9 82 S J Waren... ... ...... nw% of sw14 of sw% and e,
8 01 of ne% of sw% and e 3-5 of
15 57 sw% of ne% of sw% ...... 36 1726
Moore & Co............... ne% of ne'.......... ....36 1726
9 57 A L Spilceran. ........ seW of ne' ... ...............36 17 26

3 57

1 6
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Thos Ruff. ........ .... ne% of seW%... ........ ..... 36
Mrs F ,R Gary.... ... ...all of blk 11 O S Ocala......
Alfred Lark. ........... nH" of lot 4 blk 14 0 S Ocala
F P Gadson.... ........ 25 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s
in sw cor Tblk 25 0 S Ocala
Annie E Ruth. ........... lot 3 ex 10 ft n and s on n sde
and 6 ft e and w on e side
blk 27 0 S Ocala..........
P Cody... ...... .......lot 34 blk 36 S Ocala....
HM Hampton.... ... ... se% of fractl blk 40 O 8 Ocala















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Galley 12

2 56

3 57
1 52
4 86
3 10
5 74
2 66
3 10

4 47

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CC Rawls...

Mrs D C Edwi
E S Ausley (P
R A Hall... .
Rich Washingt
J H Dickerson

J H Dickerson
Z C Chambliss
M A Johnson.

Robt Sellers....
Isaac Simmons
Phillis Norwoo

R .1MvConathy..

Ditto & Maloi
C 0 Jones....
0 M Goodrich.

5 34 Jas Lemon...

5 14

3 57

S J Owens...

Wm Hockor (P

Sol Benjamin..

UInknown. ..

I; 0'3
2 97
1 22
4 -24
1 --2

2 62
2 97

2 32
6 76

1 25
- 27

10 83
1 46

S 31
1 22

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.... ... w...W4 of e% of lot 2 blk 55 O S
Ocala... .... .... ... ....
yards Admx. nl/i of blk 58 O S Ocala......
aid)... .... lot 1 blk 14 N S SOacla......
.. ........ n% of lot 2 blk 19 NS S Ocala
on (Paid). lot 3 Snowden's sub of blk 24)
N 8S Ocala..............
(Paid).... lot 4 Snowden's sub of blk 241
N S S Ocala... ...... ... I
(Paid).... lot 7 Snowden's sub blk 2'4 NI
S S.Ocala... ...... ......
............ of lot 2 blk 25 NSS Ocalal
.. ....... SO ft n and s by 80 ft e and w
in ne cor lot 4 blk 26 N S S
Ocala...... ... .... .....
... ...... Ift e and w on w sid. lot 4
blk 26 N S S Ocala........
.. ....lot 2 blk 28 N S S (Ocala....
d ... ...... 49% ft e and w by 140 ft n and
s in ne cor blk 34 N S S!
Ocala...... ...... .......
........ n% and no of fracti blk e of;
and adjoining blk 36 N S SI
Ocala ............ .......
ney... .... n% of lot 4 blk 8 N S N Ocala'
... ...... s of lot 3 blk 14 N SN Ocalal
.. ........ 76 ft n and s by 110 ft o andl
w In nw cor lot bd n hby
Smith St ** hy e.-i.-t.ory Ni
S N ocala...... ... ... ...
... ....... com 140 3-4 ft a of sw cor ofi
intersection of Smith and Or-i
angel streets N S N Ocalal
thence s 76 ft w 100 ft n 76!
ft 4 100 ft... ...... ....... I
.... .... ,o m707 ft n of nw% blk 60 o0
SS Ocala thence n 90 ft e 119'
Sft s 90 ft w 119 ft.... ......
'aid)....... com 22.45 chs n and 5.S0 chs ..*
of sw cor .. ... ......
thence e 12.68 chs to R R swl
with S A L R R 5.28 chs wv!
10..50 chs to A C L R R n within
R R 5.14 chs to p o b ex '1!
a ,re lot to Sally Emedley and
1-S acre lot to Belle Williams!
in swv cor of said landi......
... .... com 156 ft s of nw cor.... .. !
thence e 105 ft n 8O ft e 15O
ft s 182 ft w 10 ft n t 90 ft
w 11f., ft n 12 ft to p h...
. .. ..... om at n" cor blk 40 0) S Oala'
thence n 198 ft vw 2.x ft s
198 ft e 258 ft Dunn's c-ntral

J w Crosby.v...
R B Bullock...

R B Bullock... .........

R S Hall tPaid)..........
Munroe & Chambliss ....

Mrs M L Carlisle (Paid)..

Mrs M L Carlisle


Ed Jetfords..

E W Davts. ...... ...

Mrz C E Reardon....

Florida Toolcy.......

5 79
S31 Rachel Richardson..

13 35
2 47 l)itto & Maloney...
2' 4 9

D Woodriow'.... .......

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I 56
1 56
3 98

2 16
4 86
1 33
1 77
1 77
1 33

2 81

3 26
2 66
1 86
2 51

4 58

I, B. Lang.. ...

L E Lang.....

Le wis Fox ... .......
W L McLane........
R S Sample.........

Bragg Scriven. ..
T J Davis......
W J Goodin... ..

Eunice Edwards.........
H W James (Paid)......

AL Lambright.........
L J Sampson...........
A L Lambright.........


F W Ditto.............

Robt Morris...
Celia Austin...

7 37 Amanda Small (Paid)....

H C (hamhors... .......

Delia Moore (Paid)......
Amanda Small...........

McIver & MacKay......
B Kirby (Paid)..........
C M Livingston (Paid)....
E F Seiver (Paid)........

E F Seiver (Paid)........
Susie L Fordham.......

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



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ad.... ..... ........ ......
ft of lot 1, Caldwell's ad Ocalal
2 of lot 23 Caldwell's adl
Ocala... ... ... ... ... .I
comn 50 ft e of w cor lot 231
Caldwell's ad Ocala thence n
105 ft e 52'.2 ft s 105 ft v I
521J ft .. ..............
122 ft t and w on w side lot 261
('aldwell's ad Ocala..... ...
90 ft .o and w by 133 ft n and!
s in ne cor lot 26 Caldwell'si
ad Ocala.... .... .......... .
com 140 ft e of nw cor lot 371
Caldwe.ll's ad Ocala thence t
65 ft s 1 20 ft w 65 ft n 120 fti I
corn 140 ft e of nw cor lot 371 T
(aldwell's ad (hala th-nee- .1.
65 ft s 120 ft w 6., ft n 120) ftlI
for 19s7... ........ ..... [ I
corm at se c(r lot 1 KRardon's*
Middletown lots Caldwi'll's ad
Ocala thence e 68 ft n 162 ft i
w 68 ft s 162 ft.... .... ....I I
49 1-3 ft e and w on n end ofl
lot 2 Reardon's Middletown I
lots Caldwell's ad Ocala.... |
lot 4 ex 29Y ft n and s on s
side Reardon's Middletown)
lots Caldwell's ad Ocala....
lot 4 Sternberger's sub of nw'4
of Alvarez grant Caldwell's
ad Ocala ... .. ...... ....
lot 5 Sternberger's sub of nwl.
of Alvarez grant Caldwell's
ad Ocala... ... ..... .... .
lots 10 and 15 Sternb.rger's sub'
of nw%.4 of Alvarez grant 1
"aldwell's ad Ocala.........
lots I and E and 10 s of ad-
joining lot E (aldwell's subl I
;of sw part Alvarez grant.... I
348 ft n and on s end of lot O I
and all of P Caldwell's sub I
of sw part of Alvarez grant I
8.43 chs e and w on e side of
lot Q Caldwell's sub of sw
part Alvarez grant.... ....
all of lot 4 S & D ad Ocala..
all of lot 20 S & D ad Ocala..
all of lots 35 and 38 S & D ad
Ocala .... .......... ...
lot 1 bik 1 Allred's ad....... 7
lot 2 blk 2 Allred's ad........ 7
s'i of ne lot 4 bik 2 Allred's
ad ....... ... . .. ... 71
nw%4 and se% of lot 4 blk 2
Allred's ad ...... ..... 71
nw' of lot 3 blk 1 r 1 Goss ad
Ocala ....... ... ... ... ..
nI/ of n% of lot 4 blk 2 r I|
GGoss ad Ocala.... ......
te% of lot 1 blk 2 r 2 Goss ad!
Ocala... .... ... .... .
all of lot 2 blk 2 r 2 Goss ad
Ocala .... ... ... ... ......
lot 1 blk 3 r 2 Goss ad Ocala..
lot 1 blk 1 r 3 Goss ad Ocala..
84 ft e and w on w side of lot
4 and 166 ft e and w on e side
of lot 1 blk 2 r 3 Goss ad
Ocala ... ... ...... .. .. .
lots 1 and 4 ex 84 ft on w side
of lot 4 and ex 166 ft on e
side of lot 1 blk 2 r 3 (o,ss ad'
Ocala .......... ..
lot 4 blk 7 r 3 Goss ad........
lots 10 and 12 blk I Dunn's nw
ad Ocala... .... .. ....
lots 1 and 3 blk L Dunn's nw
ad Ocala. ........ .... ..
lots 7 and 11 blk L Dunn's nw
ad Ocala.... ....... ..... .
all of blk N Dunn's nw ad Ocala
lots 1 and 3 hlk P Dunn' nw
ad Ocala... .
lots 11 and 13 blk P Dunn's nw
ad Ocala.... ........ ......
lot 12 blk P Dunn's nw ad Ocala
lots 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 blk P Dunn'sl
nw ad Ocala...............
lots 11 13 blk I Dunn's nw ad
Ocala... ...............
lots 11 13 blk T Dunn's nw ad
Ocala ... ....... .........
all of lot 11 sub of lot 1 Dunn's '
nw ad Ocala... ........
nwWk of lot 10 L)unn's nw ad

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F you want a Florida Farm or a paying

Orange Grove, a Saw Mill or a Turpen-

tine Location, a House or Building Lot in

Ocala, call on or address


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iH Groeves. ........
r Lang ... ...........

Ltla HRoyd .. ........

Ir Akrwam (Pgi)......

LMri RnubinoMa. .......

Reber (' Murry ........

Ke-brts' 4c Murry...

Iseter Ingrami. ....

J F Johnson..........

m Wilotll

&ID Smith

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Alict- lanl *

J H t R .r* . ......

Minnie ong..........

train (lowtH tr .. .. ...

H tC c'hambetr .........1

Kits 1.0-A- to -

Kars Willitami

Jnen rago

T J An4'ei,"

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j 1 I. .vnti"
IR K Hoissler
It F 9.- 4F-Aid)
Ic L. lensler-------
I'mkmowfl ... .
.1 9 K#'pner (Paid)
1"14 i.vlflgptoflf.l

14 vandel'5ti(r
T.efem. LU.... .

IC A Hughes .... ...
j M mcpergeR.
Area a J...

14 1. PorIter.. ...
1. v. EwsbnFw .. .
34IC 4 mwsbo~ --

lums R O ry.. .. ...

f ; f "' 1 fT . . . . '
1 : i. iK e1 \ .1 .' ..*;n's .; ,I ;la 1. '15 '1
lt 7 bik r.n :s ;id 'l ala 13 1521
1.,t- t. 2' 1 blk 4; W1 st End
S:a l; . . . . . . . .
--t W 1lk We'st End (;:la. .
1.t 7 9 11 1I 1. 17 15 11 24 blk
WX'-.. End O ;>l:i. ... ... ... '
l..i- 14 16 bk i dn 4 bal II'
'.*i 2 h bik 1 Woest En] I'i la'
Lit 1 1 li lk '* W 'Et nl i e .ala; ..
'..* I" ., ,!W k 'i W'-? End Ocala.'
It 17 l.Ik I' W *-t1 Enid
i . 1, . .. . . .
1.,> 4 ,bik En W t Enl !

4, i I. .I.. In ...... ... . .
i .* '4 bh k 27 XV,.'t -nil (4cala. .' ,

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4 ie':cl:.
5 7

S1i blk West End'

to 2-"I in' hlk 29 West'

F 1 eala . . . . . .. . .
I,,tS 2 4 ilk 2.4 W'-st End (cala
1,iot 7 17 19 h bk :io West End'
4 t la,'.- . ........... I
l,,ts 2 :andI 4 1;,K I21' West End'
4 h-ala . .... ...... ... . .
bilk- 166 16-7 156 1?7 ,IN "'S 2-7
West 'Vnd neia:;a .. ....
I 1,- 12 14 16 is .- 1 4 26 blk
143 1st ad W''t End Ocala
l,.t 37 .t i 40 bli! 144 1st al1
W e,.. En ld o la . . . . ....
1. t~ 1 tI 4" h!k 2'3 1st ad Vesti
E nd 4 'al;i . . ........
l.t" -'. :tinl '! blk **2 4 1st ad W est'
'.l c 1 e ala . ... ..........
I,, 4 6 '1 .:: ldik -273 1st ad'
W.*-t End O( Iala ........ .
j,. 7 ,!> 2 :: .s t.i VW e-t En *, ,,! .... ......
. ., /it 4', i:, il.1k ::;1 1-t tl
1 -' 1.:'l i4 l("l: .... ......
It, 1 19 1 hl ,i 7 S S Park ....
l.i- 4 4 7 bik 9 S SS Park
,t- 11 12 btlk 9 S S Park .
1.,: 2 l2 bik '7 S P.irk . 1
1ts 1314 b10k 22 S Park .
t ". bk 37 S S Park .. .....
4is k--1 2; ki .2,7 S S P'irk. .
1..t 17 blk S S Pa.rk ...
l.,t 17 blk :;s for 1'7 S S Park'
It 26 27 tik 4401 S S Park ....
l.,t llk 44 S S Park.. ......
,lot 1 h" blk 47 SS Park......
,,'s 3 4 .5 2 -6 '7 blk R57 S '
P 'rk .... .. ..... ... .......
Ios 9 Il 12 11 12 1 4 2 6 141
h lk 61 S Park .. .. ......
dlot 21 blk 69 S S Park......
lot 4 b1k 74 S S Park.. ......
Ilts 2- t., 26 inc hlk 74 S SI,
P'itrk ...... .. .. .... .. ... ..
l..Is -.5 6 2!5 26 bRk 79 S S Park
lot blk h s S S Park ........
lot "b ilk 114 S S Park .....
loti ; blk 137 S S Park ........
lot 17 blk 14" S Park.....
lot 6 h lk 14 S S S Park......
lot 24 blk 153 S S Park .....I
lot 16 blk 164 S S Park.... ..
lot 2 32 blk l,5 S S Park.. ...
lot 7 blk 161 S S Park ....
lotu 3 4 27 2V blk 163 S S Park,
lot 18 blk 17- S S Park......*
lot 19 blk 1I S aPark.. ....
lot, 11 12 blk 180 SS Park....
lot 19 blk 11 S S Park......
lot 12 blk 196 S S Park.....
lots 16 17 blk 202 S S Park... .
lots 1 2 3 bl k 20 S S Park..
lot2 230 blk 20g S S Park..!
lot 19 blk 212 S S Park .....
Tots 1 2 3 blk 283 S S Park..'
hits 11 1! 1S blk 326 S S Park..I
lotp02 -!S 24 blk 343 S S Park!
lots :5 6 bl9 k343 RS Park .... I
.... lit 11 1 19 _0 21 blk 3R2 S1




. c of lo. 2 w of R t blk 21
cott's survey Ocala......
S'co 84 ft w of se cor blk 5
Scott's survey Ocala thence
n 112 ft w 81 ft s 112 ft e 81
ft... ... ... . ... .......
Sne of lot 82 Gary's ad Ocala
. of se% and sw% of lot 82
OGary ad Ocala..........
nb% of lot 83 Gary's ad Ocala
1" ft e and w by 112 ft n and
a I nw cor of lot 100 Gary's
ad Ocala................
lot 4 Mitchell' revised ad Ocala
Iot 27 28 30 31 Mitchell's re-
vsled ad Ocala... ........
lots 46 and 47 Mitchell's revised
ad Ocala... .........
Sott s8 J Green's ad Ocala....
c oIt 73 3-4 ft w of ne cor lot 1
E G Smith's ad Ocala thence
w 784 ft s 65 ft e 100 ft s 40
fte 52 ft n 31% ft w 73% ft
n 73% ft... .... ... ... ..
conm 40 ft e of nw cor of lot 5
'E G Smith's ad Ocala thence
S45 ft 1 138 ~ ft w 45 ft n
13St ft...... .. ...... .
corn 4"4 ft of nw cor of lot 5!
E G Snith's ad Ocala thence;
4 45 ft s 138g ft w 45 ft nl
13'10 ft for 1907 .. ..... .
4" 'ft sq in s*. 'cor of '4- of lot 7 i
E G Smith's ad Ocala......
lot h G'o Gil-s' sub of lot 11
-E G; ,Smith's jad Ocala...... i
I 1 7E ; Smith's ad
.tila . .. . . . .
0lt 1 ard t 2 sub of lot I E G I
nmith' aid Orala. .. .. ... ..
-'% t of lilk 1 'line's sub ofT
no.- of n .............. ....118 15 22
p-. of hlk 4 <'lint's sub of
t f1** **f nw . .... .... 1 5 22
x** "f blik 2 '%in.'' sub of ne:
i "f nw' ... . ........ 18,15 22
nri f blk 1 to line's suf of, I i
n.14 of \ . .. . . . 1815 22
all of blks 16 24 25 (line's subi I
of net, o"f nw i .. .... ... T18 15 22
lot 4 blk 17 Cline's sub of ne%|
of nw4 . ..............118 15 22
all of blk 18 Cline's sub of nei
of nw% .. .. .. .. ..... ..18 15 221
all of bik 19 (line's sub of ne%4! I
Sof nwL .. .. .... ..... .. 18115221
all of blk 2'7 (line's sub of ne/,! I !
of n . . . . . . . . 18t151221
140 ft sq in s -or of ntc 4 of i
nwfy% Cline's ad Ocala. ....1181151221
co'm 1492 ft e and 1299%1 ft n of I |
sw c,.r. ...... ..... 8115'221
th.-nc. .52is ft e 210 ft n' I
I52 ft w 210 .ft ..... ....... . 1I
corm 5C4 ft w and 26'2 ft n ofl
*." cir of sw ... ... ...... 8115122!
thence t 132 ft n 92 'ft wl '
122 ft s 92'2 ft .... .... ....
comr 13"2 ft n arnd 1579 ft ., of
sw r .. ... ... ..... .. 8115!22
th*-n', i 1'i', ft s 1 t5,f 1 '
ft -. . .. . ... .
otli 1.4 tl s :nidl .44 t \ f '
'4 *r orti N st ......... 171 22
ti' -uI. \\ 4 20 ft n _2 deg '
4-" ft ft. t 4 t- d.g w 42-" ft'
I 't- 1-' ,a .,1 1:. Vullock's sub of
n. .' . . . . . 19 16'221
S *n ; .a a t 441 ft \\ ,of n,- or 19 15'22
Tl.. \ .7,>1 01u f\ "12 '1 f1 '
\ *"' ft 1l41.16 ft \V i '4.4 i '
f' 4 fit \ ? n 41 ft 471 't -1 w:
4" f ft 4 t x1 2it ft 99
2'* 4' l 4'1 ft I\ 41\ tf'
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!ast r .

N.. iAbdul Hamnid is io kin to Abe

t,',rida continues to growi%-it
an her county.

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After all it is easy to manufacture

And T ddly killed a lion on Sunday.
t,:,.l, ,,1 : eddy.

I:k'- 'ity we'int 'dry" last Tuesday
y ;i ::1 a.iority of 80.

'The Duke of Norfolk has sold a sin-
gli picture for $300,0011.

Flrida is doing her part just now in
furnishing food for the nation.

"..* livery stables are alionte permiit-
1-. to violate the Sabbath day in
i : n -viill, .

.Iui V, Wall ,of thie 'th circuit has
I) On dh'ilied clerical aid v the le isla-
ti-- ':1,\\ in session.

TI' '.gi-latuirel has passed an "anti-
pirif.inity" ill. o(f course it will nev-
er ).e violated.

The new automobile speed law lim-
its the speed to twenty miles on coun-
ty roads..

Speaker Farris has introduced a
child labor bill similar to the one that
was defeated in the last legislature.

Th. bill creating Pinellas county has
been favorably reported. It will be
carved out of the western portion of
Hillsborough county.

In the naval stores prosecutions it
is shown that the spirits of turpentine
are robbed of half their contents in
crossing the ocean.

There were spectacle fakiri when
the Vicar of Wakefield was written.
There have been spectacle fakirs ever
since that time.



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Anthony Pfund .. .... ..Orange 4
02 147 15;
| Parr..
Anthony Pfund ........ Orange (
117 15:
66 Park..
61'B E Piper .. .. .. ..Orange
83 Joe M.adden .......... Orange (
05 Park..
H O Balsh Agt (Paid).... Orange (
32 SE Field ........... lots 7 8
76 Park..
J H Lesseter .......... lots 5 6
02 Anna E Harrington ....lots 1 2
H P Myers ...... ... lot 19 bil
77 P G Ingerson .........lot 14 b
53 C E Baker ....... ....ot 24 b
A Greenlief ........ ..lot 28 bl
W H Vincent .......... lot 28 b
C E Baker ........ .. lots 23 2
E W Brown .. .... .. lots 29 3
69 W A Overby .. .. ..lot 22 bll
L A Moss ........ .... lots S: 2(
K A Primean ...... .. lots 7 S
T H L Talcott ........ lots 31 3
14 J A Kemp ............. !ots 19 2
M E Hanes .... .. .... lot 17 b'
Augustine Power .. lots 37 3
A D Gendice ......... lots 19 2
14 Isaac Piner ........ ....lots 2 4
L W Lamborn ...... ..lots 27 2I
02 G B Dake ...... ..lots 22 2
Isaac Piner ........ ..lots 7 8
76 Gertie 0 Tucker ...... .lot 17 bl
M J P Thing .. .... ..lots 7 8
02 GeT, Marmitter ...... ..lots 41 4
( A Kirkman ....... lot 43 bl
02 J H Abbott ...... .. lot 36 bll
S A Davis .......... ..lots 2 4 i
91 A D Gendrice ...... .. lot 29 bl
D A North ..... .. ..lots 36 3'
02 VanNess Lewis ...... lot 42 bll
,, Greenlief........ .. lot 21 bl
54 F W Payne ........ .. lot 29 bl
J SJordan ...... .. ..lot 46 bl
02 G W Gaines ..... .. .. lots 20 2
Mary McAlpine .... ....lots 34 t
27 J J Edwards (Paid) ...... lots 18 20
H W Glisson ........ ..lot 23 bl
27 J M1 Daniels .......... lot 46 bl
S A Davis .......... .. lot 47 bl
27 E Moulten .......... lots 25 2(
A Temple .......... ..lots 34 a
27 I' E Erwin ...... .. lots 7 8
,L Garlich ........ .... lot 24 bl
02 GW Ganes ... .... lots 47 4
G; E Goss ...... ...... lot 39 bli
54 Robt Garlich.......... lot 21 bl;
A Kempt...... ... lot 38 bl
Wmn Hicklin ........ ..lots 46 47
I. R Ashton........ .. lot 39 bl
3 L Htirtma.n ...... .lots 31 3:
I W 1 unxcan ........lots 42 4
H V ;lis.-on ......... lots 7 an
,) Jon .. .. .. ........ lots 13 1
2 I J K'yse' r.. .... ....... lot 27 bll
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I .\ I A ossa .... .... ..... lots 9 11
I I. Wagoner... .... ... lots 1 ar
6 \1 Knapp.. .. ... ..... lot 7 blk
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L I'nderlip.............Orange C
14I r ,f R B Hutchinosn. Orange (
SK V;1:aty.......... ... Orange (
27 Gi X\W Gaines ...... ...... Orange (

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i7 S .:<-r Taliaf'.rr. will try and ,i1

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3 154 155 for 1907 S Si

Grove Tracts 145. 146
3 154 155 for 1906 S S
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Grove Tract 187 S S

GGrove Tract '230 S S

3rove Tract :,% S S

bik E Rowe's adl S S

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lk 47 Leroy.. ........71616201
1k 17 Leroy........ 1616201
Ik 112 Leroy......... 516201
k 115 Leroy ...... 5 16 201
lk 139 Leroy.... .... 5116201
24 blk 143 Leroy...... 5116 201
b blk 150 Leroy.. .... 5116"20
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blk 181 Leroy.. .... 5116 20
2 blk 181 Leroy.. ...... 1311620
21 blk 184 Leroy. ..... 21'16 20
lk 193 Leroy .......... 216120
18 blk 206 Leroy......13 1620
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R blk 25, Leroy......13 16 20
23 blk 265 Leroy.....21 16 20
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lk 357 Leroy .. .......191161211!'
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S22 24 25 blk 378 Leroy 7Ilb620;
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6 blk 394 Leroy... .... 23116 201
nd 35 blk 399 Leroy.. 2116 20;
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Tax Collector. Marioin countyy Florida.

As a sanitary measure thel auto and
the horse are not in the samtn class.

1Th'e Weaver Stealm Ia iirndlry at
(Gaiiiesvilhl was buti i.d toi the gi-oundl

\VW'll. live'ryvtien Ibegin i Ill u.-'e of
auto, it is tlit beginning of the. end tof
the horne.,

Th.e stirk is still thi. r.y;l! iinri of
Holland and has lbrouglit .joY to that
peculiar pie"ple.

The fate. of a vicee president isn't
bad. considering what happened to,
thte sultan.-Atlanta Georgian.

Speaking of the big row of the wo-
men suffragettes, the Atlanta Journal
remarks t!'at "a woman's a woman floor
a' 'hat."

There were thirty-four persons kill-
ed by Saturday's tmrniadol in Ge.orgia,
and three vessels lost in ILake Michi-

O(f e.l;r-.' whe'n th-e Timens-Unioni
wr',te, the "(''all of Spring" it did not
suspect that tlihe peoplelk' wo\%nhl be |-hliv-
rl'ing 'over' tires.

Giovernr C''oier of .Alabhanla has;
lieni etn.joying a visit to Panama City
on thle Gulf of Mlexici. w\heIr te ti islh-
ing i. rteportted to, ibe ,-xc.llni1t.

"Th'e great truth still abidcls with
uis." texcaliims Sellnatr I)lnietl of Vir-
ginia. "Dep.llore. it as we itmay. the
dream of the world is petace., but the
history of the world is wvar."

Representat\iv'oe upont's bill jpr.,vid-
ing for ;an annual expenditure of $5.-
iimft for the purpose of inducing set-
tlirs to that county. \was voted down
in the house on Wedtnesday.

Bob Taylor's plan for breaking the
solid south, as outlined by him to
President Taft. is as follows: "Give
every democrat an office. every repub-
lican a pension and every nigger a
railroad pass."

The bond election for good roals in
D$uval county, which was advertised to
be held on May 12th has been I ost-
rpned. the county commissioners tind-
ing that the advertising calling the
election is legally defective. The noard
will set a new date at the next meet-

Senator Hernando D. Money of Mis-
missinni hasb hepn invited to address the.

best known men in Monticello dropped after ovwr four hours In the
de;i.1 Thursday afternoon. He had tlhey drifted ashore near asr
been .several ties mayor of Monti- nearly dead and numb from the
ctello and iwa a brother of Capt. W. B. x%.tor. Mr. Perkins lost $26 w
iDnham. of Tamppa. so well known th- lake. Two of the motor law
^hr. were out. but did not see the
Swreck.--Melrose Cor. Gainesville

A\i.l ,x-Prsident Roosetvelt actually
killed thr,.e lions in Africa on his first
day'.s hunt and Kermit killed one. The killed his three with a
single bullet each. but Kenrmit had to
shoot three times before his fell. Mr.
Roosevelt now is after giraffes. Then
he will begin his quest ,for elephants.

The Tampa Times and the Jackson-
ville, Metropolis are opposed to pen-
sioning Confederate soldiers as sol-
diers, but merely as paupers. Then
why not make a general pauper pen-
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Frani Clark, representing the 4
ond district of Florida in
needn't get so sore on the Nea
populist Bryan when back In
county in '98. the same Prank
was selected -to the legislature om tI9
populist fusion ticket. Looksa wv
much as though Clark is trying to
sassinate the populist memory of
own record, and put himself l t
con-fusion ticket. He will have
whole lot to explain to his
ents when next he runs for office.,

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sion list, aind ioni m iX ilt' SOIIiFer up ani n u ia u-ue co I wnU I w -De
with it? A soldier and a pauper are Bryan is a greater man than Clark,
not synonymous t rnis. \VWe reject the will look forward with pleasure o
aplpellation, voting for Clark's opponent, If he i
-- ...a candidate and has an opposeL.
Attorney General Trammell is mak- From all reports Ie will have am n
ing it very clear that he does not need ponent. and a strong one. too.-Mi ag
an assistant in his office. If a man Metropolis.
wants to work and feels qualified to do
so. why not let him have his %way? Mr. William Draper, student. phi
Vhy always have things at cross pur- sher. historian, said that "when t
poses' Here is Judge Wall asking for iron rails wxxr. laid th.- b,nes of t4
aid and can't g'-t it. and the attorney giant grew strong." The giant he re .
general protesting against it. and .f*"rr to was the youthful republic 0o
there seems a determined purpose to the unitedd Stat -. Se'nator Dank
force it on him. adds that when th-. telegraph cneo
r i ;nilong thl' ne.rves of this giant grvew
Wilmot A. Winters, a fourteen-year- stronger. When the t'l,'phone came to
,ld1 boy of Jacksonville fell forty feet join its strength to the' other two the j.
from a magnolia tree Monday t'ft.,r- vo-ice of the giant grew In proportlo n
noon. and his escape from death was to his strength. Whel n Marconi In-
a miracle.-Levy Times-Democrat. vented his wireless sIgnal system be-
The first sale of a portion of St. Pe- hind a miracle like that of the whio.
tersburg's recent bond issue for im- peering wind, which carries the thou t.
provements brought the gratifying and the voice, and the heart of man as It
satisfactory figure of $1.10. The bonds listeth. Taken together, when these
bear 5 per cent. interest and run for forces go forth there is the great-et
30 years. materialistic evengel of peace. plenty
and concord that ever went forth eO
We again wish it distinctly under- this earth of ours. And thewe forces
stoodi that .-e do, not alnwav s share the are dally rrowinf In strenth .A

sentiments of the newspapers that
we clip from. We try to give the
trend of the press generally and In so
doing give the discussions pro and con,
expecting our readers to be their own
judges in the matter. This paper is
responsible only for its editorial ut-

Gladstone is quoted as having said
Khat the "Income tax" made England

power. Who can tell the future? To
what proportions will this giant grow?

The Charleston News and CourIer In
apologizing for the language which
was used by Senator Tillman when be
remarked, when caning at the WhMle
House last week, "I waited tor a ew-*
tleman to get here." In the opinion of
our contemporary the expression ws
in vile taste ad calculated to emnbr-

ex-Governor Jennings. as special
counsel, went marching through the
state treasury while Broward was
governor. Looks queer to us how he
can abuse the one and praise the oth-

Quincy has had a sensational shoot-
ing. One of the Shaw brothers, a
merchant, shot Dr. Seaton, a promi-
nent physician, five times, saying that
he had been the destroyer of his home.
Shaw. however, proved to be a bad
nmarksman. The doctor will recover.

\We d, not want to be ungallant, but
really tlh. Tampa Tinies' artist is de-
stroying the poetry and romance that
(luster around the fair fame of Flor- for her bedirnmled hebes. cheery-
cheek.-d Psyches, etc. The Times had
better watch out or it will have dam-
age suits on its hands.

Editor Bailey of the Houston Post
makes this observation: "Having read
Mrs. Wilicx's vi'ew with reference to
whiat it takes tit nake a good husband.
we should like fli Mr. Wilcox to
emerge from his obscurity if he dares
and tll ius what it takes to ilmake a
good wife."

.\Mr. James S. of the

Hon. W. B. Henderson. one
oldest and most esteemed ctlta-
Tampa is critically ill at DWlli.|
He had a nervous breakdow
was taken there by his famil
weeks ago. He has recently
ed pneumonia and his

"Jeems Alex" seems to be ve l
on a "long reach," and in the "hall
how" to land a "solar plexua bow 4
his adversary. Hi will now be
spected. The bare fist is better I
the deadly pistol, and teaches the

Ex-President Roosevelt bas
another lion in Africa. He klls
so easily that there seems no
about it. It is almost like shooti4
a wooden image. This lion
affair beems to have twen all ftld

F. M. Yearwood and aMr. P
had quite an exciting -and tanplbg
experience on Lake Santa Fe oi
Saturday afternoon. They werft
across in a sailboat when a squall
ped the boat over.- Both of them
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Senator Rayner says that "the tariff! Senator Hosford has lntv dri *
helps those who help themselves.' bill too create a state forestry comlsm
"i -- sioin.
Mrs. Carmack has wired to Wash- *
Sington that she will not accept the of-, Judge Broyles ,of Atlanta says tLt
flee of postmistress at Columbia. ai man is perfectly ju.tiflable tn lk-
S" ing a man for kissing his wif".. Io lI
From the number of bills intro- slayer of the 1 arianna de.ntlt map
duced into the Florida legislature one rest easy.
I would judge Florida to be a crude and:
lawless state. How do people think of ('oca-cola had a narrow ec*ape t
so many laws? the legislature. Some wanted It -
under the ban. It will have Its I*-
Does the osteopajhy bill put those ning later on, and tobacco w in L ar
practitioners on a parity with regular be permitted to escape.
physicians who have to spend four
years at a reputable college and grad- Efforts are being made to have J
uate therefrom'? Lee follow Dr. Crum of CbaIsIu
----Influential republican and dme-
Three prominent men died in April. .
Ex-Senator Turpie of Indiana, cov- w'll try and have the ;p r
point a white republican 1 hib g
ernor Lilley of Connecticut and Rev.i
Samuel J. Barrows of New York. All Mri Light gi ota
did things to make them national inake a determined 4 itr No so
characters, chise measure: that is, ll. ~ a r
of one per cent. on the l
Mr. Light's "privilege bill." the one .. do i- te s
.corporations doing buri ms,
in which he was out fishing not for at
ninnows but for big fish. was reported s -90
unfavorably by the committee to Sev,.ral hundred acres of t
which it was referred. It. however, lands have already been solM M
Inay come up again action. newly-opened country along the
chlebee road, west of West
Editor L'Engle. praising Governor .chbee road. es t of Wst
Beach. the sales exieedting I h
Broward's administration, tells how $6000
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sm urns .aal

Car. O laMaer:
AFm ale iby the B. B. &
lm IM luky alight was a inaacal
dine a RW the. cream was sold.
U Nest- thiem $7.0i .
J. J. Teepean. pasor of the M. E.
lig. *4e-tertWd his fiftieth birth-
ay Sativl Mary M day. May 3rd. Al-
ft l the day had heen a very rainy
Nt. quit** a .ompanm y gathered at
U with nat of those surprises the
gtev"ew prop.. know so well how to
0. Thr gifts and tokens of good
IM stw mesany and useful. A box of
t enBs. beautifully arranged. was
Miil diWrd and appreciated. Two
@W or a adMl a year. sad one for Olf-
p mtW g m use for each year,
S e~e-4ar eM piece. other cash
g g A0, cW ad a &very fine
I -elle oR ae which were much

Sa.1rtved on Friday last
t i nO hIM r dB Whter. Misms Ir-
I ,bm hee all winter.
S. T. U. hIM their regular
24INN afterAllon at the
E w Witti'. At this meet-
SWavow l a the Fourth of
dgHhv Is eIn review with a
gIma exercises. It is
S apa-ker will be secur-
meld" W ba y the L. J. L.
notice will be given
g lM In the l vicinity of
i take this picnic i.
Mal rtms, who has been ih

i UM don is on th .sick
oe e writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Nik,
Inm r ind Mrs. logort
gter, left at th.- -an,.

Da.g will be appro, riat.'ly
at the Methodist church nM\'*
1 i'itf All mothwe'r' are' ,in-
l ocupy othe body of ih-.

SOMMOV1 tSai. to get in llr n-e
the base ll season., chose
e'rfty afternoon and 'had a
i glt gaame. Sides were chos-
pitcbets. Ed Pelot and Rex
ftlertestwere Pelot and
and Bryant. That the
lagii% was attested by the
I the ladies present. The
*ge mwas 7 to ,o in favor of

and B Wlpview nines will
as the Blleview diamond
a hd the boys wish everyone
Ml and se the fun.
lm Merry, who finished her
tag at Welradale. arrived
y. to be the guest of Mrs.
Sgft r6 a week, before return-
t bur beme at TignalL Ga.
C. 0i Arnstrong came down on
a1 g t from the Gainesville Unt-
ta participte in the ball game
ad take a second degree in
Saturday night.
"5. ri'Lnk. J. A. Rents and D.
m lmml* of Levon were also in
tI bearn how to ride the goat

Mrs. Prattle gave a dance at
sl Thursday evening, April
was the last of the season
greatly enjoyed by the good-
of participants. Messrs.
Nichols of Oxford furnish-
c, which was excellent.
et roses and magnolias
ried. Iced plUch was served to
the dancers. At a late hour
Vtgatate tel was danced as a
ammer_ _ad the guests departed.
thbe tost and hostess for a


James Martin is visiting his pa- EDITOR LAW HAS A WORD TO
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Martin, at SAY

Moss Bluff. ; --
Mr. J. D. Young of Washington. D.. Suppose somebody should analyze
C.. is here, preparing to reclaim his 'the situation closely. and come to the
o- conclusion that the south does not owe
prairie land. bought of Mr. C. E. Con- conf ate veteran any inextin-
the Confederate veteran any inextin-
nor of Ocala. Mr. Young has been guishable debt of gratitude, and thl
complaining of the heat, but Saturday question should come up for argument,
night some of his Washington weath- what would you think add say about
er came down to visit him, and he has it'-Tampa Times.
written home for his wife to send him No one ho knows the views of the
his overcoat and a fan-that he may Times, as from time to time expressed
be able to meet the emergencies of out in its columns. in regard to the va-
Florida weather, rious observances in honor of the oI-
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Martin of Iake
federate soldiers and the principles for
Weir were visitors on this side of the
river last week: also Mrs. Capt. Mar- which they fought. will be surprised
tin. at the above unjust, uncalled for. toln-

Mr. C. E. Connor of Ocala spent a
few days in our burg last week.
Mr. Eugene Connor is visiting at
Mr. Waters'.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Mr. J. J. Brinson. the bee king of
this section. reports that his bees are
dining at a rapid rate, he having lost
nearly sixty colonies already, and they
are still dieing. He does not know the
cause. There seems to be some kind
of disease that destroys the whole
Contractor Moore has the contract
to build twenty-two houses for tle-
Rentz Lumber Company. and has ;'.
force of carpenters going on full time.
Work will soon begin on Mir. J. S.
Grantham's store building. as .nm*-
of the material is already on ih
ground. When this is compjlet.d h li
will erect a nice dwelling nc<.-r it an,,1
move his family to town.
Quite a number of the citizens tolk
advantage of the -xcursion rates ;lsa
Sunday and went to Silver Springs.
and r.p-.rt having a nice time.
Machinery has arrived for ipuiiinni
in a "re-saw" in tl e big mill. x\hich
will all 4nuch to, hIis already l'u.-y
Rev. D. A. Marti-a of txfrd. ,Sum-
ter county. pre'at'hed an interesting
seorimfn at the Christian church last
The Masons held an interesting
me-eting at their hall here last Satur-
day evening, having work in the first
and second degree\ .
Quite a strong camp of the \VWood-
men of the World*will soon be at
work here. as they have organized
with twenty-nine members on the roll.
Mrs. H. C. Martin is visiting rela-
tives at Jacksonville, Island Grove and
other points this week.
Mrs. Bragg and daughter of Ceir-
gia. who have been visiting Mr.
Bragg. who is employed at the mill
here, have returned home. after
spending a week. They are pleased
with Fort McCoy.
Mrs. J. W. Stevens. who has teen
visiting her daughters at Valdosta,
Ga.. and Lawtey. Fla.. will return homnie
tjils week, after a month's visit.
The gentle showers that fell here
Sunday and Monday have put new liff
into the growing crops.
Mr. J. S. Grantham. our school o'm-
missioner. is in Ocala this week to
meet with the board of education.


Hon. Frank Clark will deliver the
annual address at the coniunencement
exercises of the Sanford High School,
to be held in the opera house Friday.
May 21st. The exercises will be most
interesting, an dthe brilliant states-
man will receive a most cordial greet-
ing from his many Sanford friends.-
Sanford Herald.

temptible fling at a class of men who
by their self-sacrificing devotion to
principle and their unslflish heroism
in its maintenance have given the.
soulthe-rn states of this Vnion foremost
rank among the peoples of the world.
A sufficient answer to the general
course of the Times in regard to these
Confederate observances, is that n-o
people in the whole course of history
have evo'r achieved their liberties or
retained them, or deserved to r'-tain
them when they ceased to honor thl'ir
heroes. both in civil and military life.
When the south ceases to honor li .s
she will deserve and recei\-ve the on-
tempt of the world and the scorn iv.' '
of th,- gallant men of tht, north who,
fought against he-r; but hI.' iimlipid
c.harg in th.i- extract which le in s Itii.
articl-, that th Conlfl'tder cate \v' .'.mi
is a "'tlensiti hunin ,'.'' is to, s !;'iots
to bti ains\r'el by tiny i i-r'l
tatemin nti l i the autlhoior of 1iI I' .ir.'

tance of officec holid g. 0 *ffi,.,< !..l'Ir;
ought to be anii in.'ih-ni. -lint ill-. i

mnu t off,.r id'.uatlnti pr it for l;ay hiins,,lf op.-n lr t h, lht cliar', oft th- imptort;mInc ii try. "v' Ip
ig (l'ora;nlIc or r'l':t it o !l!is ta r t-ii-r ;' 1'.t (a ; tr tation. 'l'h i l;'t'ts in it l -t1.i-, ir. ,' r- r tr-;i;A i aindli l' o .*l.lo .; i fn n. -:-- *1-
w hli.lininigly against hiiil. .rni r-, o ila li:l ns h ..,' ,i- '.;-, '!
T li t '*nl"fId.r ito \ I < t i .k; '.'t o' loior' ( o1l) i t ta l io - t' li. 'l'i.- '
n -v- r ;isko.'l for lp n.tsi ,.'i l'i.- p-'i sio i h ,l'lini is th,. oil'" '".l,. tinti .rii' y
l-i\\ s ,ri tin l its.:t' in s. ;u o' o I the ,ldI r of 1 ;4': ;i t-;ii; oi t il i" i tnl' r', ) ', io t l tl .
sotiilI '''rn stuIat s, tht' i I nii olitto' m lsi j \!r. TIi tft \\ ill Io rt nl','f.t- .' '"' -,. \\ ii
oIf tl'oir 'eiili tnitiil It nb i til fa t'l ih;it i gratitude if it' iniaulgunii';atl,- ;i i ,\ '
some of thet old solhli'-'r suff*-ring from ) icy in this reosplect. -t'ryino'-4 ,'>iii',>oin-
diisetast ontracti-d or \ btiunds rtC-'-ivd ,od r.

during thi, ar had bt'-n s ont to the
poor tituse and died the.-r'. Fl followed tlhet example of the older
states., but inll l-r present pension law
it is the opinion of the most of the
Confederates themselves that she has
(.xceeded the bounds of a just gener-
osity in pensioning those who have
sufficient means to support them-
selves. They \woult% be glad to see oui
pension laws placed upon a more equi-
table basis, and thus lighten the bur-
den upon the tax payers of the state.
As the Times knows everything, even
before it happens, it is really amazing
that it did not know this.
If the real attitude of the Confeder-
ate veterans in regard to the matter
of pensions is to be correctly judged,
it is by the action of its great repre-
sentative organization, the United
Confederate Veterans, and we chal-
lenge the Times to cite one single in-
stance where that body has asked for
pensions or their increase. For the
sixteen years of our citizenship in
Florida we have attended every meet-
ing of the state division, and the only
discussion of the pension laws we have
ever heard related to making the laws
less stringent in regard to the desti-
tute widows of deceased soldiers. Any-
one who would condemn such action
woutid be unworthy of the name of
man. inuch less the honorable title of
Confederate soldier.
No. Brother Times. the true Confed-
erate soldier did his simple duty. and
has never asked payment for doing it.
He got little or no pay during the war.,
yet he served on to the end. as no sol
dier in history ever served before. If

Sjepmable evening. his service were to be put on a finan-
M. C. Northey and son, Mr. E. RICH RED BLOOD cial basis ivhere you seem to wish to
made a business trip to -- put it, all the wealth of this great
fedy. returning Friday night. Means Rosy Cheeks, Clear Complex- country could not repay him. Real pa-
M. J. Pelet has been ill at the ion, Bright Eyes and Plenty triotism cannot be measured in dol-
et ter .sister. Mrs. I. N. Nichols, of Knergy lars and cents.-Bartow Courier-In
ar1evered sumncintly to re- What does rich, red blood mean? It formant.
Sher br ehoe on Tuesday. means brains, vitality, ambition, hope-
oats is the order of the day, fulness. persistency, and everything The- Bible-a very old book-says
M reop are looking fine. Espe- worth living for. there is a time tor all things; and
It this true of the watermelons. But you can't have rich red b'ood how true this is. There is a time even
P bl has a watermelon, a "Jim- If your digestion is imperfect; and for our officials to get busy. There
E W-. about the size of a 2-quart your digestion is certainly imperfect if may be no money in the state treas-
ld report haS it that he has you have sour stomach, bad taste in ury to pay off appropriations for tdu-
a well-beaten path to it. but the mouth, lump of lead after eating, national purposes, none to pay off leg-
b ey Illi eat it yet, if he don't belching of gas and nervous unrest. islative appropriations for state fair
8l .l *;So far-reaching is the effect of indi- premiums, not a cent to meet the ap-
J. D. Harrell is at home for a gestion that many times the eyesight propriations for the payment of the
dmps from Ocala, where he is em- is affected. pensions for the old Confederate sol-
es a carpenter on the govern- If you have indigestion otr any diers. but when the salaries of the of-
b llUdla. syimlptom of stomach distress or ag- flcials come due and the members of
0. D. Wasburn and daughter, !ny the Postoffice Drug Store will sell the legislature want their per die'm
L m. drove down from Ocala you a mighty remedy for 50A cents, and and railroad mileage, see what a move
to be present at the meeting guarantee it to cure. or money back. the officials get on them. and how)
wo W. c. T. T i The remedy is called Mi-o-na. Its they go to delving into the hiding
powerful. reconstructive action on the places for the coin of the realm, or
LErCTRA ITEMS stomach is little short of marvelous. that which is next to it. and the mon-
----- BIt tones up, strengthens and puts new ey ,or its representative is forthcom-
nIO. Ocala Banner: ,life and energy into the worn out ing. As long as our present comp-
gq pt having to report the death stomach in a few days. It cures by troller is in office no official will have
eC Or ol est and most promi- removing the cause. If you are a suf- to wait fuor his mnoney-it is only those
h a Mr. J. A. Morse. He has ferer. try a large 50 cent box. It's a like the old soldiers who will have to
Small price to pay for banishing ic.di- get down on their knees and beg. The
fib ma" o ya r. and a bet- .,s.... ,,, ----------.. .--

! ieio. iIwa;i l4tnnwr, has closed its doors,
r'a o:in.'cr (if several muoniths.
This iz uk'r'y \% as o~tipno'd last ye-ar by
.%h.~;s Slirilk.'.1 &- 1140lt, anid '"v;1"IixP(-
;ti i 111"' it poejqt i V.. rjI mruode'rn
Ax r4 .\t V ''11ii ils s 'Ur. spo.'rt"'r
-.J l n rot' 10.4 'i M r. IHolt.
r, -.. ':10 no I ii t I hi i- i~tk.r' #v4e r
r tI ;o~l et u ll 1j~~lo'o' the
low I ~ his i-ot now il. .411(1 '\lr. H-olt
-~ -I -'' t ho' i. i'-wos if his hai.:. ry an4f


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THE SUFFRAGETTE COCKTAIL G-0 (t '4. a','o. 0 h' 0opoil;ir atlI ac- ---
te li io i; tili looe tlauiis..l' ." i )i'.' i I; i .l- l l e .' 01 li, er ',' l .o i i ,.

Th, su r.ffr g itlt c.o-k'tii l t I.i i -\\- \- ;.ts ;!oloni lg 11 '- visitors Ito the city '"' I to lilt ; 'ii ''
'-st Alintnlcan drink., i,.dly. II.- states that th. Rick u"Il -I 'rtr ndinl ..'* onnili.. .. -
.\niiy otlth r kind oft a cocktaill i,tki's <'ity is movil g tloni i t .1 \i Vty rapiil '- h xeridme tz l rl n i A -
a inan want tio go. huomtn.- and h.-- lhis i-rat. rill lht;it thir is n',\w in coursee 't y m Doi M 'Lenn.
wife. The new drink ihas ,xactly tlheo jf conllstruc t'iiion a large nu imber of I 1 li .ay. ho, is budding ,kra
opposite tendency. Two or thr'..- of ha ndsom buildings that will cost from- il, hno;tltlhy dogftnnel ,tock-. and
the new drinks make a man go haion'1 $1000 to, $1.',000. Altogether thie city' '''r.d that an excellentt
and relinquish his position as h.adl iof Is on a great building boom, and is "'il~fast food,- ,' qual to O;ra*pet Nutt
the household to hAs wife and accord koeepinig iup with all other sections oif ''11 it' lilaolt' frlin tlhe b-;tln ,f tit.- cof-
her all thel privileges he now nj.ioy-t Florida. all of which seeil particularly '' il.
as a citizen. active.-Wednesday's (Lainesville Suin. li lile t ..l**' "lo e i ";..'-.,'
, That's true. lfor it has already been --- -- 1;1. Ht 5.ys lis Ill'-'pros-t *. .
tried. A Hennepin avenue bartender OLD FURNITURE r', t' then lotks v',r' bright.
invented the new drink. Here's hls --\- .Br Hurbank hette.r I..ek Ohir'. -r
recipe: Get a small can of L. & M. lHone .,, nlmay have his job b.tfer,. titn
Finish Varnish, all ready for use. .suggest that n xt-r-
Sloe gin. French 'Vermouth and Ital- from Melver & .acKay. (lean the f' suggest i thgat 1ftin' g ,- li g i
ian vermouth in equal parts to make a furniture with soap and water. and al.n*,i \v with grafting til. lightning
gill; mix in a cocktail glass, add a wipe dry. Tnen apply one (eoat. It :hti and mosluito.-Sopthoppy \rauq.
will make old furniture new at a cos.
dash of orange bitters, twist in two
of almost nothing. <'> Th,. ,r.tir l.nt of Ca-o ,i. .,hn-
strips of lemon peel and serve.
-' 1,i fl' tet i '''. i 5'tPa et'n' W,'o'k IlI I'i 0r ii.1
One makes a man willing to listen The late Alexander Shepiertd, in lhis
.. i- o" nIf orl' t an usitii l in;> r,"-r t .
to the suffragettes' proposition. life tunime known as "Floss iShepherd."
I p i'+f,--s oion ;inl] lto th*- !,ubli i .
Two convince him that it hais som ie has recently had a statue erected to
11%in ii'y veairs hI ha. I.. :. 4 .' .r1
merit, his memory in Washington City. He
Three make him a missionaryy, will- was made governor of the territorial kni' is tile f lt' rilet *1 'elt'nt
ing to spread the gospel abra,:ld, and Alistrict of Colitumbla by President kindly writers f. r II, l.or- tHe
four make him go home and was hl the Grant. and from hog and iriorass. trade l i bn inlgent to 1. tilts a- -vr-
dishes.-Pittsburg Press. it fone of the most beautiful cities in 'io'aiiwht.- ith mistakes. g o-neroui, to
,the world. He was accused. however.ithful to fi
SEVERE ON B5EARD lof feathering his iown nest, and is said il;: in his chastisements and unwa-
Ito have .enriched himself from the '-.ring in his advocacies. The personal
The passage of the Beard dlisfran- public tr-'asury the same as Tweed -ri-tf *,f the Times at his departure
chisement bill byv the Florida l.gisla- had done in New York City at then'o,-mi the traditional tripod i ltat-
ture would and could possibly tI no saime tine. What Sheppherd did for oIlb the fact that "when he I" wtwll
good. But it would stamp the Florida Washington City Tweed did for New Tmpa Times
legislature as the sublimest and imolst York City. The parks and the streets ""ipa Times.
eminent collection of asses ever that now make New York so much ad-
bunched. It is hardly within the prlov- mired was the work of Tweed. He did (''ait. 'harles Thompsilon. ,,f Ml.ami.
since of decent discussion to properly more to beautify it and give permanent hald an ,exciting exp'rience- with a
characterize such idiocy. It is no value to it than all the others who had shark the other day. Ht iharp,-,,mv.-I
wonder the south is held in scarcely control of it combined, and some day a hammninierhead shark and tiil mot.rter
disguised contempt when such things there will be erected to his memory a n;ade an attack on the captain in hiq
are undertaken in all seriousness. The statue, for if any man deserves one it yacht but quickly abandoned said tar-
only way to account for the passage is William M. Tweed. tics and made a dash to sea for his
of the bill through one chamber is to life and for two hours gave battle. He
take it for granted that senatorial. Says the Brooksville Argus: "The was later attacked by a school of other
courtesy has gone daft under the lead- fight against house flies is now on in sharks and finally gave up the strug-
ership of an unbalanced mind.-Tam-the newspapers but what is being done gle. He weighed over two thousand
pa Times, to the fly?" He Is being shown up as pounds and measured sixteen fe.-t
Ia dirty, death-dealing miscreant. That
ITEMS FROM CRYSTAL RIVER is all the press can .do. If the people There was a time- when Ohio was
NEWS -continue to love and harbor him af- noted for its forest products. l..t
terward the burden of the conse- year It yielded only 500.000 f,.eet f the.
John Juhan made a trip to Ocala quences 'will not rest on the shoulders 40.256.154,000 feet of lumber ciit in the
Tuesday night. of those whose duty it is to sound the country. Pennsylvania. which uisd to
Cassius A. Hughey. the popular note of warning sot that all may ,-ear lead in this industry. now rank, is
Ocala drummer, was here Tuesday. and understand.-Pensacola Journal. eighth among the .titt.., Wit.Shinar' ,-
Miss Etta Hood, a graceful and Quiiney is one of the most prosper- coming first and l.otislana .t'-condl
charming young lady from Ocala, is ,ous of the middle western counties. She
in our city, visiting Mrs. Al. D. Juhan. has recently bonded herself for the i have read i nulmb.-r of th** ,.
R. C. Camp and wife, Miss Kopp of erection of waterkorks. electricc light nttrial addresses deliv.'rte in th.- .itt
Switzerland and Miss Anderson of plant. s"ew',erage and other purposes. ftrent cities of the stat.,. and unqu.*-
Ocala came down Monday in their tine The- way to sucee.ed is to succeed., tonably pronounce the one hy At 4
automobile to spend a few days. Prosperity overtakes the tdo some- lark of Quinmy to be the- ti.'vt uf ttio ,'
Several of Crystal River's represen- thing cities. The man who sits down all. not even excepting l-'rink t '1lr .
tative citizens, headed by Mr. ;. B. with folded hands makes no progress. for"tN-*ns.ol N..,
Cutler., are organizing a stock com- The man who does something Is the .. .

pany to grow lettuce and celery this man who gets there and citi-es are but
fall. This will no doubt prove invalu- an aggregation of -men.
able to our town. and should be a pay- I
ing investment to the stockholders. Quincy ratepayers gave an over-
w helming majority for bonds in the

tot the-' "lorid~a l'giselaturt. hih'h he
hs'en Allre~ad tuptn ths.' j-o rnrul.. .4-1
.v~lh ' prInt#-d in temll in W-.Iii..
daN's 'Thnes-A1niin.

The iycuclo afr a u

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Sheld at Wensay h

Loveirnor <;ilchrist has sent the fol-

Preside.nt Taft will b. univ,.r-ally'!owing nominations ta, th.. state sen- .4t.e the ciy with its f0li.'
Pall I Lvadly dlie.!
commended for one position which he tWhat a wprid ended state attorney., first judicial cir- the word implies!
has taken, namely, that he will not ap- ,.uit of Florida, ('ephas L.. Wilson of Na.t they're swarming. w-,, i' ..
point colored imien to positions where Marianna. swarming
.. I l," sum mnet'r".s a )lm y .iti.
"appointment of one of their number For stait-e attorni',. se.'ondl ju.liial .vry rI,.id tm i,.vy'r, s;tirlortn.
to a local office in a community in circiiit iof -lorida. thorg, W. Walk-r in the dilili s th.-y'r- lrming.
which the race feeling is so widespread ofI TalIlhasse,'. .i ill they i.t',- .'.. I ,hs .tr as ;' I.'
and acute as to interfere with theI For state attorn.vy. third judicial cir- I With tl, .ir -;;*t'ck. , h. .
ease and facility with which h thl. i..;.lc t uit of loridi (a. Cary A. H.irde.- of| Typh i dt r grr. l. "i'.a al i .." -t
government business 'can ile* dol i-, by lIiv' Oaak. freqi.'ntly ;ari-
the appointee." He v.-ry propq.rly re- i l'nr state atttorn,-y. sev,,n h .ju.lic'ial Freiim the allies tlis., li.- th. -
marks that there is doubt whether circuit of FI'loridl. holin '. Jons of Flit.s. flies, liii.s-
I i r roin the filthy vi.'itatin.- ,Iol .1:1 -
such an appointment "is of sufft'icient 4 Orlianldo. t '.isa.tia'a iJart :'
benefit by way of eiicouiragenit.:I to, -i)- -
the race as to outweigh the orecuirre-nc. DON'T LET'S MAKE THE SOLDIER LORIDA STINGAREE
artl increase of race feeling lich A PAUPER -
such an Appointment is likely t.... n- _-._- Th Stingar,-e is th.' t..rror **0 r-
gender." He might havt. said that it W ha,.ev,.r ,.ls.e th- pr-.,nt l.gisla- s t n lorida lih rl.. h, o ,rk
is certain that such appoim .nt s tur, ia .y d,i. .t us hop l that it will! hti ir. i isIn ti- .shallows of ay-
would injure the black inan as much not put thte ('onfedterat soldier and lilh u and inlets. while th.- ry of Sting-
as they would offend the white man. pauperr on a parity. aree.'" will ca.iuse more fear trnoog
The colored man has h.been harmed l Th- nian who) adve a g ood soldil bathers than a 'ttler oil ..n dry
rather than helped by those \vlo I ;iv- has ordinarily iiuAlt- a good citizen. d.
increased the. antagonismn betw*-t-n thi! T, ima in who wavis shiftless, shirked tnr a uar-sap
races by att'-nipting to force. olto-.ttr ihis ,duti.-s and mad.i a poor soldier her stingaree r a uamlr-- witaph a
appointees upon ctmililluniti.'s VWil'i-r'" i;has. as a rule, rmiade a poor citizen. :i:,':1 Io,'r ,i to look rt .n on. v, th a
i':. I, i t inuch ito k .it t ,foill til' 44r-
objection was inald. t i tnem. Thh r- arid is ft tiound naturally on the pauper r n n t diigon., .rnTr i
publican politicians instead of r,' g- list. wiu'he.r. hIn belongs--hut don't let's 'th wiick-dt k, il *I f 'ail.
nizing c lndition. i hat. attemptllltd to mnix tili- soldier up with him. the t. vior ., .i a 'oni
discharge their lpt itital d-.bts in th. I..,t's .s',,ear;nit tlie soldier list from i h: a o o o i. a; ao om-
A.\lth 'l h,',t\'.' Ili ,,ll ,,lly ,, I "t corn-
north by appoiiitmiin.n ts miiad- ill tiln hi',. ,paup; .r list. l l' l t,, i p. allg v'.v ,o .t I ole
south, anz.1 il d( ilig this ithy r--
I u p.
tarded the pr'ogr,.>s of tH o. ,,c,,l't'l a'ao T H E W H IT E H O U S E B A K E RY I I r -, l ,' ,I*I loli tt,'rfly *'I, t t i l
in two ways: tirst. by kindllitig r-i< CLOSED
fte elin g a nt l d s ," liil \'v I,. <~ i ~r t ,' o. t <<. o u- iA
Sfeelin tg. andIY i. l l ,1hr p i 1i h -o t ta. h i .- .n I
black mani to cvitj- ii' it' thi.'io- TI'. W hito- I[ous.' Bakomry, opposite! .o at

Minime . Aprat E21Lmm .

r welome paper arrives. in
wVry Momdfy morainge, and
I to contain many interesting
tes of thig transpiring in
*toRm smthland.

perfection cannot reason-
of any nation or any
nature comes about as
to the people of Plorida
4edlabe as possible, and
may be those who are dis-I
with the natural advantages
broadcost tiftoughout Flor-
ggt6 to enumerate the many ad-
you possess over almost any
othbri* in the Union w uld be a
taiL. People should all seek
the est enjoyment possible
the length of time they
ted to remain on this mun-I
To secure that the first
important requisite is good
= Z lIch. with ordinary car'., is
attalf* in your salubrious climtae:
Its ecean breezes, cool nights.
analf frequent showers all con-
to that end. Secondly. the
Maw comfort in procuring all the
u of life. and not only the
iBe--lm but luxuries, nowhere else
to be lnaed in such variety, and
witm p small exertion. In such a
Scouu people should not grow selfish
or g for enough for all can be
ubt& almost without effort. I be-
tive eb democratic idea of equal
riM D all and special privileges to
1o5ne-W.always predominated and is
aMll mtained in the south, largely
becag greed is unnecessary, and
the be bsh do not prey on the little
eaes. A, la the north, where it is more
or WOa "dog eat dog" life, and very
little aatilon is paid to the wants of
your gS|bor---nly when he becomes
&i lUg. dependent on cold charity.
This k mot at all surprising, for the

TUM&-ma SSamcT


Time has always been a puzzle to
They could never explain, nor ac-
count? nor trace its beginning and end.

And they cannot yet.
While we can calculate the end of
worlds and solar systems, time
stretches away illimitable, unfettered
and uncontrolled.
The principal thing that differenti-
ates man from animals is his cogniz-
ance of time.
-Animals know when they are hun-
try, but they never look at the sun
or make any sign which shows that
they are speculating about time.
Birds and fowls go to roost when it
grows dark and get busy when light
When a total eclipse happens, chick-
ens accept it as a matter of course,
and hunt their roosts: while we fore-
tell the coming eclipse by the use of
a watch and a calendar.
And what of the eyeless fish in
caves and in the depths of the sea that
see no light?
Time must pass as it does to a pris-
oner in darkness, who soon loses the
power to even approximately measure
Prince Peter Kuropatkin. in de-
scribing the horrors of solitary con-
finement, says the kind jailer who al-
lowed him to keep his watch thereby
saved him from insanity.
We divide life up into periods of
time, and thus make it endurable.
You lend a man money and in a
year he pays you back with something
additional---or he .)esn't Anyway, he
Where did the extra money come
Time produced half of it.
Such is the power of time. Time
mitigates all grief, cures all sickness,
satisfies revenge. And Shakespeare
says: "What is time but the shadow
of earth on the background of eter-


He Writes Interestingly-Pays Fine
Tribute to Marion County
Tallahassee, April 28. 1909. I
To the Eidtor Ocala Banner:
I am now so busy watching my cork
(for I am not fishing for minnows)
that I have hardly time to scratch a
few lines to you. I told some of the
Marion county people that I'd write
to the Banner occasionally, and I've
got to do-. it.
Last Tuesday, the 20th, the fun be-
gln by introducing house resolution
No. 68, dismissing fourteen committee
clerks, consuming nearly a whole aay,
but succeeded in carrying resolution
with but one amendment tacked on.
Result, we have five good committee
clerks instead of nineteen. They are
at the capitol daily. They copy and
typewrite our bills, saving to the rep-
resentatives at least $1000 for this
term, and the state $10 daily.
The submission amendment took up
our time and attention Thursday and
Friday. Can't describe the different
interests, etc. Some of the speeches,
to my way of thinking, were very ab-
surd; others were good. Vote in the
senate, 24 to 7; house, 52 to 17. The
drys won a big victory.
Bloxhain county delegation gone.
Peace to their ashes. Think bill is
House adjourned Saturday until
Tuesday at 3 p. m.
To a fellow that puts in at this time
of the year twelve hours a day at
home, our actions here seems like rob-
bery. The state pays me and others
$6 a day, and after adjournment we
don't, earn the salt we eat.
Bills, bills, bills by the carload;
some good. some bad, and moving at
a snail's gait. Lots of them are going
to die on the calendar. Hence, know-
ing this, I am going slow on introduc-
ing many bills.
The express bill, introduced last Fri-
day, is wonderfully interesting to the
express s people. They have seen meI

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VYOU will find it an~easy matter to get youth lunch for any occasion if you
will call at our store and let us help you. You can easily spoil the
pleasures of an outing by getting inferior goods for your lunch. When you
deal with bs you get nothing but the best, and get it fresh. We have the
finest selection of FANCY GROCERIES in this part of the state, and our
store is neat and clean. Visit our store and see-don't take our word for it.

Good Coffee. for Breakfast
Everything can be dispensed with but the cup of coffee, we must have
thi. if nothing else. to prepare us for the long hours of the day.

Everybody Enjoys It!


A.- for harty in the-e rig r u The Bible contains nine hundred t,".' ct m l ... .pt i ,
appsfor charity in the rigousand sixty references t tie. bill wa.4 introduced. I'd like to make
cId glgrie could be supplied in no them ut their rates. and believe I
other organize! charitable as- In or.lor to picture endless time, or h
other 9W org atanid charitable aid. eternity. a good old preacher I used have the "crowd" with me.
iat an r a rt and municg mpale d. ear t the atter this wa: "I The franchise bill introduced is a.
adI ee an ff ,rt sa through magazine tn once in a thousand years a tiny bird thorn in the flesh to some of the big
adveritae n..rdan through magazines ^crowd, and the Times-Union isn't say-
d als with a view o inducing came from a far distUint planet and crod. and tTins-Union isnt say-
and jo@Mals with a view of inducing an i retty thing aout the daddy of
Imm on. but that is expensive, ad carried away in his bill a single grain Ing lrtty things about the daddy of
immfilaton. but thatime wtuld come whn t is bill. Never knew a one-eyed
!tThreof sand the time w)uld como wh-n
f i wi do but little g entire earth would be gone-hut Cracktr could be s, amusing.
are --7y ways ,.f Inducing peop.. t" .. Exo-ct to introdu..e a bill making
skttle a t.,,unIries., huu none v.) el-it wouldn't then be sun-ulp in hell." x t to intrude a bill making
I)t, os n ,-..-xist. ..,uiudn- of our .Ion- tha. railroad commissioners assessors,
f,.thIve antd non.i v equitable and ciusnssinst.eal of the comptroller. Am also
juS t f ir tha great railroads. which t certainly dos. at work on change f mode of assess-
ar. tbelrs anid greatest bene-ficiaries. It g just t s wh. ing ti.s, something on the order sug-
Thy it and prfthey an mke ratt sl e p an d if we fail to aw ake. it ill g st .. by a late writer to the Banner.
frn :art They can make rate 1. A llr (- L.-avengood.
still go ,,n. It will go ion w\hen the Mr. L,.'ngood.
t. b ekers so low that thousands atch.s cast t tick when all ani- The pension bill Is worrying both
sel"M rwinldu ed lto make the FIri. l life cas t brathe. when stars (ou.,,-.. They know the money is not
that 4Qwrwit% will never see Fl orida. l if < an t wh n r her. t- .pay the amounts due now, and
stt, shine and sun to set. the amounts ue nw, and
Te trlowPit thui mngenderetl andr th- H l can time 's '.? y no leap to k.,--l the law as it now is would
Ing etry s rimmediae e f min.l cPn ine imagir -.-E!l)rt Hub- hurt the pensioners badly, etc. They
bard. are movingg slowly, with the idea of
roads fM all the s.tming outlay at Idoing all they can for the old soldier.
the Ls1t Texas Arizona. ' DRAINAGE OF THE EVERGLADES I was out in the woods Saturday
Wy, Washington and other a nd Sunady. The kood1 Lord did his
wtae countries. are being settlei- in By requ-st of the trustees of the in- very best when he created the coun-
this l. and none of them can ,ffer tornal improvement fund, Hon. A. C. try around Tallahassee. It is the best
as g4 inducements as Florida. Get Croom. comptroller of the state of county in the state, to my way of
after b railradsd. make them assist Florida, went down to Jacksmnville thinking. and yet the very worst, for
Ot brng people to Florida to fur- last week* to confer with chief engi- outside of Tallahassee and a few oth-
nliph'41e business for them. ne r Spalding and special government er little stations on the railroad, there
TY have everything to induce set- engineer Kavanaugh. sent out from are not 1500 white people in the coun-
tiermt In Florida. but the great mass- Washington by the United States gov- ty. Th. usands and thousands of acres
da Ml de cithi* who are struggling ernment. Mr. Crooem reported touay iof th- v \ry best land ready for the
day -r day with high rent and that tie United States claimed juris- plow. and only a few patches planted.
htlgW price for everything consumr- diction over Lake Okeechobeo and I bbelive there is within five miles of
ed. O the farm renters who barely warned thel trusai'es against draining Reddick land in cultivation. than
manwf hough through the summer to off the waters of the lake. either by in the \wh-le county of Leon. The to-
to wolf from their door through, tributary streams. canals already in ba-cco business started out fine a year
%&. cold winter months. don't !,,p,.ration or by tapping the lak.- it-- ,r so ago. butl the crop of last year is
It They don't know that other lf. The e nain,-.r further stated that mnos'ly all on hand: yet the growers
try" Ilke-'lorid4a. Slle I now the war department would noi take are st;riting another crop. There ar-t
4 ghttful place t ,.scape th"'the matter up for adjustment and ad- n,. f1.nce-s around the fields in tilhe
tr. of the north. but they vised tht. trustees take steps to havt'e nrthi-rn part of the. conuty, the south-
w that the- summer is tha' ri,a.. r chtful tos K) dn't kntw that they'can work of draining thle Evtrg lds to i st lands. etc.. rai.-.s no stock, or
Scroq each year and g,.t g l oigro'ss. 'vry little. The southern end. though
'ey from the product of ten Th- ,u,.stion of federal jurisdiction pao,.,. has,.s, rais<-s stock. etc..
they can from a quarter is a ma.ated ona. which will be thor- and I was informed that they are
lnitnolp prairie. Is their no highly threshed out by the state. In much monre rosperous. Didn't see a
Ing them? Seeing is be- the meantime. it is the determination I single colt. two pigs, lots of oxen. and
the railroads must afford of the trustees to go on with the work only a few cows tied to chains., to
0rtuality at small expense. noiv in hand.-St. Augustine Record. keep them out of patches planted. I
tely ~ap the profit. would rather have one township of
Yours truly. USES OF SOUR MILK Mlarion county, near Reddick. with its
J. D. BACON. ---- stock, chickens, hogs. cows. colts fenc-
Dutch Cheese.-In using clabbered es and live, active people, than the
KIDNLEY PILLS milk. as soon as the milk is suffcient- whole of Leon county outside of Tal-
S_9 Kidneys ly solid, set the pan on the stove to ilahassee. Ta.e thing that is of most
0I d C nervous warm gently. stirring occasionally; doi interest to the people of Tallahassee
II; mbkle with your not heat too hot' or the cheese will be is the treasurer's pay roll, and if that
& b r? Have yU pains tough.* As soon as the curd will sep- was cut off. their goose would surely
S I A 6111 sad blad- arate from the whey. strain through a be cooked.
naer- L the eyes? cheese-cloth bag and hang to drain. Like legislative work a little bet-
A r to pa WUrine? If the milk was very sour. the bag ter now. Good bye.
PMll s will CUre will have to be squeezed a little oc- L. S. LIGHT.
sawl cft casionally. but do not squeeze too
F much, as this will make the cheese There is a large acreage of melons
owa" otwer insect pests hard and dry. When well drained, and cantaloupes planted in Florida
ege O ee oil. For take out the curd and stir up in a this year. The following is a partial
Speaour the oil into bowl with a little sour cream. -pepper list with some of the places with their
W W ter in about the pro- and salt. If the milk was not allowed acreages: Leesburg has 240 acrts of
00emto twenty. using a fine to get too hot before straining off the melons: Center Hill. 400 melons and
-_ -. # st he on-' wh.v it should be soft and creamy. j950 vegetables and cantaloupes; Web-









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Will Build National Highway Between
the Two Cities
From New York to Atlanta by aulto-
mobile! Practically unheard of before,
but a certainty in the near future.
Through the initiative of the New
York Herald and the Atlanta Journal
a contest will be held in November top
further the interests of good roads be-
tween the north and south and test
the reliability of automobiles. In all
the history of the automobile industry

no feature connected with it has had
the important significance which will
be attached to the contest, which is
promoted by the New York Herald
and the Atlanta Journal. The move-
ment will be one which should be
fraught with great possibilities for
the cementing of intimate relations
between the north and the south, not
only in a social way, but also in the
extension of commercial intercourse
to a far greater degree than at pres-
ent. The idea is to promote a great
national highway between New York,
the chief city of the Empire state of
the north, and Atlanta, the capital city
of the Empire state of the south.
The contests are to take place next
November, and valuable prizes are to

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Edison Amberol


Are for sale here. They can be used upon
your Edison Phonograph by means of a
gear attachment, which we can put on.
Come in and let us explain about it, and
hear the Records. We also carry full line of







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cannot .be produced by unpleasant thoughts, nor can a plemm am m
able effect be produced by butmying shoporen and atedelvi
MI NERY. Before leaving on our semi-annaal buying trip IW
the Eaft we had disposed of nearly every trimmed hat In our
tablishmenat on account of the fact that everything this maoie is o
very distinct. from the styles of former years. Owing o the erowd-
ed condition of our store we are offering specially low pries am
everything in stock. It will pay you to come in and look over what
we have before purchasing your Spring MHilliery. Besides a full
line of Trimmed Hats we carry all kinds of Flowers, Frames. Rib.*
bons, Etc.

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WRY bSPiY AT *EV- things which came under my obwerva- STILL
,tionwitheach othe preriderts I have
Deach of I A stle I
AL DePew has.mentioned which their countrymen A itle
1s11 4 tr-t mIle post and ught to know. The one among them ",owa
_7 chippy an ever. Te wh ed to the White House the |l why
...C... Brookn- of which-- methods and manner of a cosmopol- The i
*-- 0 aeNber, ave him an anniver- itan gentleman, accustomed to soowi -Birmin
WA 4M"ter on the culmination of this ways in the best society in metropoli- A little
and one of the special features an centers was Arthur. The ablest Too, (
Sthe pgr wa that the entire and most thoroughly equipped by Is why
4Ulag was to be spent in hearing, mentality and acquirements was Har- The q
J s eator talk and no one else's --4'Chicag
prison. The most calmly courageous,
e was on the Trosram. Tis ass
am wasonthed proor anmmToa regardless of personal consequences A little
a dhtbagubed honor. An Immense to himself or his political future in as- NOW
ahe with seventy-five candles awd Will qu
seating and acting upon what he
eaesty-five new peOnle graced the For r
thought right, was Cleveland. The
der of the aMatsor erthly pilgrim- most thorough master of congress be-
-r-the c dlt to re nt the cause of complete knowledge of its ALotstle
o t iles trar e and the pen- moods, peculiarities and eccentricities If you c
was McKlnley. The pro
S- asslest representatives of what w M ne The pr
was am t rt The thought which comes with remm-

At e Senator DePew was .inlascences of historical characters is A little
At s omt.t-4ve tr DePw was how many of them will be alive in Not e
S Iof met meeat acteie In present memory and speech a thous- A lot of
So IM p w Alai str le-. He and years hence. How many men have That's
m* t eee es daily ad lived youe and I met who will have that dis-
i-- a -mvg Uar for wecs at a tc when
ft __ _ea agtrain f or weeks at a tinction when the mosses have cover- A heap
amd i lt lsoe the worne for the ed our tombstones and the inscrip- Just
SPedde t R osevelt said that tons have been obliterated? It is an For tho
'a Wt t" Alt the strefot display- inspiring thought to have touched the -N
e OW Mr. Gamsto, which was reck- hand and heard the voice of him who
shaving broken the world's will thus lead the procession of the A little

immortals down the centuries, I think On ths
Deftw says that to arrive at Is sweeb
f se ve. t healthyoavedat there would be a unanimous vote for Than b
f Lincoln, In another field for Grant, and -
ih mental and physical in another country for Gladstone. It is :
Isd e ts As a cause for in- a source of profound happiness and A little
gram d to God. and merits the _Lis a m
611 1011 megratification that I knew the two first Of joy
a t-M- enda. mentioned intimately and the third A Tex
St m well.
S h Pneahviityand It is said that Dora, in David Cop-
u perfield, one of the sweetest creations A Tellxa
or betratio tis that longevity and of Dickens, was his early love. They A LITT
s P am*eto la continuing to the ex- separated. He had an unhappy mar- Quite
1 t pear stwe mth the work which tried life. possibly because he cherished
t& M egema and which you have always the picture of lovely, incom- You don
prehensible, inconclusive little Dora. You t
gt tr rest and rereation usually But when, thirty years afterwards, he To use
aIuhs thyt apprehension bringsyona rFill-u
Sa e sn on rushed with the eagerness of a young Fill-u
00" ym u fear and the reaper lover to meet Dora on her invitation, I
4Me| la sbemuse you are over- and found a fat, florid, silly and ordi- A little
l g g ed up. Probably no sen- ny gl a
Sno n- nary English woman, the remlniscenc- I Just t
l e often quoted as that es of a lifetime were shattered and eads t
W N U^ DavI which Is a follows: happiness and hope were gone. And
ee 4egy of our years are three score * *

g mmd tea. and if by reaso.i of
Sth- ~ey be four score years, yet
f NrW strength labor and sorrow."
~i say David died at seventy.
weede r is that with the life he
01 he had not departed long before.
el 'y nom modern physician would
m of prescribing now for a man
*0 T the remedy which the
ig dacters found for David. Hy-
b i and sanitation. air and cleanll-
i gghave prolonged life and promoted
nI It tIn our day far beyond any pe-
i 8hal emept the patriarchal one.
S1 4a19. in excavating the ruins of
h4ts found the library of Nebu-
gaggs rr. The books were inde-
ble because written upon clay,
S ftl was then baked Into bricks.
&wneg them was an anecdote that
B1 if te beauties of the period said

1 m yous have been celebrating
9- irthdiay. Which was it"*
I M, eM gentleman remarked: "The

-Aks, said she, "Methuselah, you do
It leak a day over 910."
As we advance in life that sort of
mnilneet is highly appreciated. Dis-
m isbo thas been going on through all
Ow as" whether youth or or age has
-olkved the most. *

-. of tise Aehioevments of Young
Men and Old Moen
The amieem Dr. Oster thought ev-
opb eay should be chloroformed at 40.
I MB vew prevailed, the world would
wI may centuries behind its present
-nc.. Napoleon reached his ze-
Ih the early thirtles and then be-
St to decline. The Russian campaign
4I Waterloo were due to decaying
ia Hannibal became the great-
eng peral of his age before he was
4 but the precocious vein was soon
emat.d. Byron's genius was an
rty and brilliant tame which ilium-
lAd the wodL, but the fires were dead
1 Ms early manhood. The same was
Was eo Akmnder the Great. The
4g11t eathors of all time, the nation
sgAMIge the leaders of mighty move-
M e fr the advancement of human-
S!I Ihave been of slow growth, and
base s~aced mature age with contin-
i 1 and ter creaing strength. Only
1 presMde1ts of the United States
* um oder 50 when they were inau-
| rated. Most of them had passed
O ir 40th birthday. Bismarck creat-
t0 O German empire at 15, but the
411111 tal cMlmnination of his states-
S lip- was In the Triple Alliance
I he was 71. Von Moltke won his
lM vicLtries In the Franco-Prussian
bl T d year. Webster deliv-
IM N I al f~speech in reply to
S4. and achieved his great
triumph after 62. Thiers
00VI 08eh epUblic at 74, and
g the latest victory in
bt lstui y otf. Great
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Secret of Happiness
My friends, we are all seeking the
secrets of longevity and happiness.
and libraries have been written upon
them. but the real pleasures of life are
to keep fresh in our memory the Do-
ras of our youth, and to meet others
as we progress who are as fresh and
as lovely. The old country church of
our childhood, the old school where we
were taught, the old college from
which we graduated are the Doras as
fresh and lovely and sweet as (ver.
The men and women who filled us with
ambition and taught us to aspire, who
stood by until we could stand alone
and cheered us as we started upon
the Marathon race of life are still our
Doras. The right-minded man sees
in the youth about him the Doras of
sacred memory, and with genuine
emotion and pleasure he loves their
society and finds encouragement in
their dreams.


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Come with me this bright, sparkling
morning-Monaay-and we will be re-
freshed in the outset by a swift ser-
pentine toboggan slide into the pool of
Wekiwa. where we wet out eyes. and
a delicious swim across the bottomless
boils, to strengthen us for the day.
Just hold your breath-need not
hold your nose-and we will take a
header off the springboard. Gee! It
beats the surf, doesn't it? Sure, it's
equal to Hood River in summer time-
cool and refreshing.
While we splash In the pools, birds
come nigh and sing sweet notes of
spring. In the nearby trees squirrels
skip, and then run out on the board
walks, while visitors snap cameras
Next, you may go to the dancing pa-
vilion and "swing and swap," and
dance till the cows come home.
Take a launch ride with me down
the Wekiwa river to the St. Johns, or
to Sanford and return; or go fishing
on the lake hear the boils.
There is no big town clock down
here to tell us the time. You will
know. though, when dinner time ar-
rives, for bathing In Wekiwa gives
you an appetite, and you will want
at least two dinners; and when Old
Sol is straight up we'll have the bas-
kets opened and we may all "fall to"
with youthful appetites.
Wekiwa Springs, Fla.


"If ever I need a cough medicine
again I know what to gte," declares
Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals. Me., "for, af-
ter using ten bottles of Dr. King's
Ne Discovery in my own family and
others. I am convinced it is the best
medicine made for coughs, colds and
hans. t ...n.i n r-a." -h- #_;__ 1

I 1NG6

and then
we have
married me
igham Age

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Says that Florida's Fruit is Superior'
to California, But is Not Packed People of Ocala May Know What is in the M


)f course,
we have
uick divorce.
go Record Herald.

and THEN
ite suffice
married men.
-Ocala Banner.

of fun,
'an kiss
oper one.
-Cleveland Leader.

s the stuff.
-Boston Herald.

of kissing's
as good
se that like
sort of food.
eashville American.

he sly
ter now
y and by.
Yonkers Statesman.

if it's
,as girl.
-Houston Post.

s girl:
that's no bluff-
"LE kissing's
-Cleveland Leader.

't mean that'
hink it nice
this fine long
p twice.
-Houston Post.

he same,
o more,
hat's the game.
Washington Herald.

A little kissing!
What a bluff,
To claim one ever
Gets enough.
-Savannah News.

Unless the sample's
Very poor.
A little kissing
Calls for more.
-Pensacola Journal.


For years I was troubled with bil-
iousness and constipation, which mad.?
life miserable for me. My appetite
failed me. I lost my usual force and
vitality. Pepsin preparations and ca-
thartics only made matters worse. I
do not know where I should have been
today had I not tried Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. The tab-
lets relieve the ill feeling at once,
strengthen the digestive functions, pu-
rify the stomach, liver and blood, help-
ing the system to do its work natural-
ly.-Mrs. Rosa Potts. Birmingham.
Ala. These tablets are for sale by all


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
The Associated Press dispatches,
among other facts and fakes in Tues-
day's Times-Union, stated that the
comptroller of the state went to Jack-
sonville last week to confer with some
United States engineers and ascertain-
ed from them that Lake Okeechobee
was within the jurisdiction of the
United States. The going of the
comptroller is perhaps a fact, but that
he should consult at this late day with
engineers was a fake in every sphere
you can look at it; and. further, the
tardiness of the internal improvement
board (of whom the comptroller
seems to be the chief) in seeking this
Information from very inferior offi-
cers-inferior as to their jurisdiction
over the subject matter-reminds the
writer of a recent decision of the su-
preme court of Kentucky, wherein a
certain city was sued by a citizen to
recover damages for injuries sustain-
ed from a defective sidewalk main-
tained by the city. There was some
question as to whether the city au-
thorities had actual notice of the de-
feet for a sufficient time to allow
them to remedy It. The court ruled
that the city should have reasonable
opportunity to find out the defective
condition of the public highways, and
to repair them before it would be lia-
ble for injuries sustained upon them,
and added that it would be a slow
town indeed that could not keep up
with rotting wood. Query: Was there
anything other than the wood rotten?
Another fact occurs that an ex-gov-
ernor has been applied to by said in-
ternal improvement board to know
what fee he would demand should
they see fit to retain him in the case
of Peters vs. Wade et al. Why this
fake. when the present attorney gen-
'eral. a member of the board, announc-

so Nicely
W. B. Poweell. former editor ,of the
St. Petersburg Indipendent, has ad-
dressed a letter to citrus fruit and,


growers of Floridain which he Health should be more seriously
out faults of the packing )f considered andl safeguarded. The
shipped from Florida and tl'. t'.ited States government has partly

reasons why California fruit ha, an tels
advantage in all the big markets. a to the fact and now compels
While this is not true of the Indian the publication of certain ingredients
River fruits and vegetables which :on the packages of medicines that
command the highest prices and are contain them. That was a step in the
noted for their careful packing, yet the
article which is of interest to some of tion, but it (lid not
far enough.
our readers. Mr. Powell has made public should know and be told
careful study of the question in the about everypublic ingreshouldient of every edold
written from St. Louis, is as follows: about every busineingreient ofv
"I have spent two mornings in the ine they take. In our usines we are
'Ommissioin house district and inte-r- selling drugs and mndicines we are
commission house district and inter-compelled to sell what the public de-
viewing vendors of fruit at their mands, even though some medicines
stands. I have learned a number ofwe sell contain drugs injurious to the
thinrst-Florida grapefruit is supe- good health of the person taking them.
"First-Florida grapefruit is supe- often attempted to over-

come this evil, but we were almost
powerless until we became affiliated
with about two thousand other lead-
ing druggists in a co-operative enter-
!prise, known as the United Drug Com-
pany. Through this large co-opera-
tion of druggists it was possible for
experts to travel all over the coun-
try for more than two years in search
of extraordinary remedies. When
they found a remedy that was perfect
they purchased its prescription. The
druggists themselves also contributed
prescriptions that they knew to be
good through their having been con-
tinually prescribed and successfully
usedd by eminent physicians.
In this way about two thousand dif-
ferent prescriptions wvre colle-cted.
These were then carefully classified:
remedies compounded from them and
thoroughly tested by actual use for a
long period under the supervision of a
committee of expert chemists and
physicians, until about three dundred
different remedies were selected as be-
ing the best for the treatment of cer-
tain ailment or diseases.
We are now able to offer these rem-
edies of known and proved curative
value to the people' of ()cala. We will

rior to California grapefruit.

It has

the call, notwithstanding the Califor-
nia fruit is brighter, cleaner, is wrap-
ped and labeled.
"Second-That Florida oranges
would be preferred If they had a more
marketable appearance.
"California fruit comes in ventilated
boxes: Florida in closed boxes: Cali-
fornia boxes come with top "bellied'"
Florida with a flap top; California
boxes are full; Florida the truit
"California fruit is all well wrapped.
the boxes are stamped on both ends.
top and sides; Florida oranges aret
stamped with rubber stamp on one
end, if stamped at all. I have been
unable to find a stamp on thousands of
boxes of grapefruit I have examined.
Scaly Grapefruit.
"I found grapefruit scaly-scratch
off the scale and a rotten spot is to be
found on the skin. Why is the fruit
not scraped of scale before pac-king?
"Every commission man said that
the Folrida fruit was the better, but
you could not make the buyer believe
it. on account of the condition of the
fruit.. One large dealer said: You
Florida people should learn California
ways of packing-you cannot get the
best trade to put such fruit as that on
their tables." He pointed to a b hx of
oranges that looked like culls.
"Tomatoes are coming through in
fine shape in baskets. They are finding
a ready market at top prices.
"Cabbage is moving in carload lots
briskly: quality fine, packing bad.
"I saw a carload of Sanford celery
that was fit to be buried. The dealer
said that he would not realize enough
on the car to pay freight charges. The
stuff was so rotten that it was drip-
"Why should celery not be wrapped
and packed in dozen cases?
"Radishes coming in, packed in bar-
rels with ice, was a new one on me.
"Florida must wake up to its pack-
ing. It must ship cleaner fruit. Ev-
ery orange from California is as bright
as a new dollar. It looks better than
it tastes. Florida fruit tastes bcttei
than it looks.
"Use the ventilated box; crowd the
boxes; stamp the boxes; don't be
ashamed to advertise Florida and its


Fragment of MS. found in an East
African jungle, supposed to have been
lost by some hunter, who had been
writing his experience.
With a yell of demoniacal rage the
infuriated gazelle hurled himself upon
me where I stood alone in the great
forest, save for the nine gunbearers.
the official photographer and the two
hundred and fifty baggage carriers
($37). Except for them and the other
members of the expedition, however, I
was alone, and I shall never forget my
feelings as I stood there, utterly de-
fenseless. excepting for my elephant-
gun, Mauser rifle, six-shooters and
hunting knife, and faced that blood-
thirsty Thompson gazelle as it rushed
at me to slay me ($90). I knew I had
to act instantly, arnd that a single false
move. a second's hesitancy,. would see
me at the mercy of the pitiless, snarl-
ing, murderous gazelle, and that its
fangs would be buried in my throat
$137). But I did not lose my pres-
'nce of mind for an instant. I raised
my ele)rant gun-the one with the
explosive bl)ullets--anl ;as the huge
gazelle ($16.'1) rose in tl.- air for the
last fatal bound I--
-Ne.w York W'orll.


\Vm. Parr-England's oldest man--
married the third time at 124). worked-
in the fields till 132 anl lived 21 years
longer. People should be youthful at
80. James Wright of Spurlock. Ky..
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line we have just selected I

Fashion Markets of the World.

find here the styles and fashleq

the millinary world, and at suct

sonable prices that you'll be 1

ished. We carry a full lim, at

bons, Trimmings, Novelty Hat






truthfully te.l anybody all
them,, explain what they contains
give our own Ip.rosnal ruarantee
they are and will do exactly
represent. or they will cost the
nothing. These medicines ar *
"Rexall Remedies." which Mrnans
of All. There is ono special -.iw
remedy for each human ill.
fore no one remedy is t "c'ure-w
We earnestly urge. ye,. our -
bors. friends and a'iulintances o
Rexall Remedies on our permona
itive guarantee that you pay as
ing if for any reason they d M
prove entirely satisfactory to
Now, you must realize that wlb W
make this bold statei-mnnt, we be
absolutely positive that we ca t
it up to the entire satisfactimn d tio
public. Otherwise. we .uld
your friendship and patronagai Jle
our business and suffer a ,-ry 0l,'
financial loss.
We make thil staten,. nt with
understanding of hat it m.-ana Wo "
and because we are t.ertin 0
make it good. We. kn,, .ill ao t
Rexall Re-medies. what they c"Mn
and their power to ,I. gr,-at fr
suffering mankind.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tahl.ts W- tO .
first Rexall remedy maile. 'TWf s,'
compose(l of the w lli known ^ r
ties of Bismuth Subnitrate-.
Carminative-s and the-ir a I '
perfect combination. They s4 Is'
comparable- and invaluable
positive cure of Indigestion
pepsia. whether acute or chrl~Wf
urge all in need of such a rem,*
try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets 4 f
risk. Three sizes. 25c.. 45c.. and
When you purchase RexaM l -
dies you are buying health I
and we do not believe we
you anything with a more' "cet
liberal guarantee. When you tID
need of medicine. remember thbi'f
and take advantage of it. ir

Summer Fertilizing

Citrus Trees
This is a very important application, for a liberal supply at
food at this time increases thd size of the fruit and gives a lamp
bearing surface for next year's crop. You cannot afford to coI
mize (?) on fertilizer. Neither should you delay about applyll
it. Nature calls for help in may and this is the time when l
tilizer will do the trees the most good. Later applications pr
the growth, and therefore the maturing of the fruit, thus mak 1
the crop late and sapping the vitality of the tree. We have Prd
and Vine formulas to meet every condition of soil. Wrtte to a
about them and ask for our booklet, "Good Old Summer Time 1
the Orange Groves."
Ideal Fruit and Vine flanure, Special Fruit and Vine Man I
Peruvian Fruit and Vine Manure, W. & T's.
Hihh Grade Fruit and Vine franure
Call on our local agent, A rtin & Cam, or addreu.



Is to make this institutlona material
benefit to the community, and an ad-
vantage to every man and woman-to

Take. An Enterprise Which Merits the En&d,-

ment and Hearty Support of the Govcrnmnt


Very Latest in Millin

Come In and let us show


SI 1




Ti .at.,,up.' crop is making gotod
tr 4; It : ..ind with continued fa-
-r *, w.iitl.. r e conditionss an average
Iet. Id .*x ..' t.l Thl- follow, ing
gr r- It.. r *ps thiis season: Eas-
.-rl :i l:;..-- ,i., Hotwell &
<'.. h'l:, .'. atiV.a .1.imartin & S.'An.
%v iAt' -. lib'.tl & Sniis. "."> acres. and
iS .i.l.tio lit .. ar, about l tio" cres
tia w nail.*r qiua. itiis..
H.a. atr.- b'hiig ahijpi.-J from ii ,re
quit- fr-eI). The following art gr.ow-
,frs of leans Martin & Sun. Knoblock
BriI. Heat & Sorns. Howell & tIlalin-
!hUj. I P. Toewnsend. Stephen Brown
aid dl Hn1 wn. There- is a reduction
this year in the watiermnelon acreage.
Martin & Son have about 85 acres and
E. P Townsend about 60 acres.
Another Report
Th,-re. are 3 acre in onions here. 25
acres in cabbage. 40 acres in toma-
toew. 160 acres in watermelons. 200
acres in cantaloupes, 21 acres in cu-
cunmbt-rp and 300 acres in beans. Cab-
ba is. now moving; onions. cucum-
hwri and beans will be moving in May.
and tomatoes. watermelons and van-
taloupet- in June. Beans promise to
blt an extra fine calp. but onions and
cucumbers not so good. Prospects are
fair for tomatoes,. melons and canta-
Ioupes.-E. iR
M i'anopy. Fla.-There are 100 acres
In cabbage at this point, now moving:
40 acrrei in cucumbers, ready by May
lt antid I.. r.-s in wate.rmelonsi '.
At Anthony
I -;i: at thi aitcr-'age l,.r,- a;- fol-
Iiow- 'eai i.s. t4. shiplin'lt in i May
aI.i J, ii.-. tantalo, p i -. Ilit. shipmlltn
is, J'1.n .. w ;titrrn loii--. ; il. ,.slii;ilu t d
y,.' 1. llio t'cars. Ill Jum n I!mait -. t*.11
NMa\ % -, t1 ,Joim ::*" cobham. i
ah t. 0.. *Ii *l. i s, lllr T -'h.bruar ". I- -
(.. "..2'. inl .\I .. T ih t,'.natl.0'-. \\ .-
"* :*i. .niil ;ntalotie s if' iare o j i<--
: L" I ;.r e lit .i Ne Pa. ;,,r


;". "' .,i'.r '. .,l> l r < ;,- rg i. rI "
i, .-. . to lti, " th lia n tii<" o, ii !.-: -l
ig fr.,ti tin. -'' ill.- to I Me lnoii li. li-
S.," .r.. r .;i. .! ,ut alind 'la..sp Ilinds
like loi\niig f'-i,'. **t -- il ,it -r rid,.- ,f \\ W which ylikv
ja.issi -'. ,\, -se -inte'd h one-ystckl*'s.
J. a te.". \t i-l.-rli. geolden-hlieai'tt*d
< herok,. ross a:ind \\odhint clamoet
over blish and tret-. tHeneath lhemi in
tangled te'covert dogtooth violets .Eas't.r
lilie adn fit-ur de lis and lacy ferns
row jide. by side-. Wild plums and
crabapples arte among the early spring
flowers ti lend rare color and tIn-
grance to the pitr-lwerfumed atmos-
pher-e. If. whe-n you are' downhearted.
and the gold in your teeth tastes like
brass. g*'t out and take' a drive' ,verr
this 9tylvan lane and you vill return
home' i ngi ng "'Prais,' Ge.t Ilcr'im
W hoeim All lel<'ssi psii I-',t."- -il.h rty
Couniv I; i He-rald.

W had a dr. am the otn her niiigliht
.p \, .1 , |,-l.-w l., :i u \ s at > ,,i,.i l ri:ii. it
' ,. |* ,' a V V h i t i\ rl' i "

n ,a-" .1 it>-, l.. I *\.\,' \" ort ly.
,,. h. *I' i n t eif 'r \\ .. *' ly
t 'r !.. min i 0 !i", ;.til',t i I0 ; :l .i ,'
il ;, ; ... \ ; ,t . 1 "r l> si \i <- ,-i; i i i ,.
.r. .' .** .-x T ti. 7 ,.:r- ti,., i,,

r'- r. I i th .t l',>uITII of -,'.l'a '!i
'&.t% C. prllilnt. <1 rage sh. ouhl .1,.i t
ih.-ir ,y.- butl foreign mission tract-.

Theit de.'d: should g*' unh.eraide'd.
Zii.'r 1v'-- shouhi go unsling: thlier
Mhoul,, h.* no brilliant sendtel'.Ts tr mir
tlh. editors- they stung. And just as
i memorial teo congress was anenxe-d
to settle all the unpaid bills with which
editeorT ar.- vexed. *.e were awakened
tly a banging and a sullen angry tear.
jan inf.-rnal bill collector was then r'p-
ping at the door.--Sopchoppy Argus.

\\v .ar, hearing s'o many favor able
tre.iint.nt upi the. t.itrus book. "' ood
t'' Sumtmner Ti-'es in thi.- oiangt
Tose-n.'-r Fertiliz-er C'o.. ,,f Jacksonville.
I-;a4.. and sent tlro-unghouit the '"itrus
.0ticen.. that we feel this firm is do-
ing a good and much needed work.
-.. .. i fiull of new-comers who


The Standard Oil press of Florida When you wake up In the morn,
applauds Frank Clark's tirade of Wil- With a feeling of "all gone,"
liam J. Bryan. which he delivered in; Do not go around forlorn.
the national house the other day. Nat- I Meet it with a "smile."
urally the S. 0. press. being owned, If the sun will not come out.
and controlled by republicans, like to; Do not poke around and pout:
Ssee a democrat (?) stick a knife into put your somber thoughts to rout,
another democrat. The more demo- Meet it with a smile.

a-c thle e tlo\\.r eof tlh s 4t4l l-'loridla. This rsoluti-on hlias l-.n
.tlle'I I, y'l' H ,Ious,- and c,-rtticli tel
to thIl Se natet. In explaining th,- ur-
I""-,-' of thii. r-soltion to tilh Hl u-c .
Mr. M;:wXVilliaIms statt.l that lin;iVy of
.statiie. .til uni 'n t ha.- alod Il.,-.I
e.!clti.-ii.t ic tn e\\ 'r-r anti h,.' th.'.c .0i tlh,.
iin .- : ,,-t -I.olg> rtun- for Flori.1.i '
,i ,i.I-' ai 'o,\\,-r that i tllhoroughly I'nt -
lel.-!i.; ttc eof th' state" and onc- that can-
no t. .'x.e-l!,.dl in oli e. Irt. -ST AuIglistill R,-..r.


Rhlitiumatis: -causes inor pain and
suffering than any other disease', for
the reason that it is the most common
of all ills. and it is certainly gratifying
., ....-..... t.. know that t'hamber-

make i
cases t
first t
nent. %
by dan
er. a
times i
sal eb:

are on
ing a
and w
tive ai

If your job looks hard today.
Piled up seemingly to stay.
Don't have feelings of dismay,
Meet it with a smile.
If a bill comes in to you
Which has long been overdue.
Don't convert the air to "blue,"
Meet it with a smile.
-Boston Herald.




.\ iculir defense made by 1a It'-
^r'c i l-.:tr'rel ith crimil is told in ill
.\ssr.''nl 'd Pre-ss li-l):;te h from St.
Lo i e : -is l',!o1\\' : "T, hI\ t ii i''ou rc lido
\.>ii ,i 'tri ulm '- y >ur ,i iit:i'! ol i n i ,ion'."

I:i I hl 'i i'si \ ''4h 1i ',,!l, ,"- ** li'a -
i oa '. lIs l pi-ii .th ;-e nfl answv.-r lro--
poe l iie-,l a;nli r<'' li,, ci I ,y Le- uis i.
4'r;ve's. a; gradual.- of Yale,. was thil
c.limaxI of \\ihat J udg, Tayltr of the
t',.luirt e4f criliniial otrrt--ction toI'day tI-
clared V\as th- most unique- defens..-l ht
hald e.v"'.r Rncounttredl. Graves was
chargetl with forging a check. He act-
ed as his own attorney, called himself
toe the stand and conducted his own
examination. After testifying th.t he
had served terms n the penitentiary

crats the democrats kill the less will
the republicans have to handle. But
just let Frank Clark measure up with
Ion L. Farris for congress at the next
election and see whether Florida sent
him to congress to knife Bryan or to
mind the business of his constituents.
-Miami Metropolis.
Mr. Farris will not be in the tun-
ning with Mr. Clark. The Jasp-'r
News states it properly as follows:
A Clear Cut Issue
The introduction in the legislature
of a resolution of censure of Hon.
Frank (lark. congressman for the
second district of Florida. and his
speech of defiance thereto. will be pro-
ductive of one benefit at least.
It ~ ill divest the ensuing political
campaign of glittering generalities
and give the voters one clean, clear-
cu, issue to exercise their brains and
ballots upon.
If there is oine thing in matters Ipo-
litical which is more certain than any
other thing. It is that a protective tar-
iff is the settled policy of our nation-
al government, and is likely to remain
the policy for years to come.
It has been a question for a long.
time whether it was the part of wis-
dom on the part of the statesman of
the south to stand off and uselessly to
cry free trade and thus force our peo-
ple to bear the burdens of our govern-
ment without receiving any of the
benefits which the tariff bestows.
In the next campaign. thanks to
that resolution of censure, the people
will have opportunity to vote upon a
plain, business proposition, and net a
mere choice of men.-Lake City Index.


Thilt woman of .' '. Where is she to
be' found. One. cranes his neck for her
in tin' churches in the theaters. among
th.e busy throng of shoppers. It is
liard tf tindi her. and yet this elusive
creature e.xists. and in fact. is far more
pr.-val *nt i: quantity Ion this cunibrious
,ph. ;ihaIn st'rate'gic evasions admits.
Th.i-r.. \\.as a p..ri'.l when this bi-
t.-lt.-inary. e'nv'lopil, i in calp and
ha l I gra;icfully ri-gle att-d lhe-rs~elf toU
ih!> shelf. hut in the, ge.n(ral march of
c-.viliz:a i,.!i ;tuli shifting o4f tides (on-
ditions htave' chang'td. Few v woNn niow attain years beyond ?.,. or 44i. ac--
or iing t1. stat nn'llnt. However. th>'
\\~,'n.; of ..i is helre' today: shell w d\w ll- in the past or future'. lut lives in
:1 diii,'- ir.~ 'wnt. tmotdi-sh in attire- ;:n.!
tui t1o dat.. letlih iei-ntally and l hlysi-


S iV.- o'ffr il"e H diiilred LD lliars 1:'
ward for any case of Catarrh that (Can-
not i-e cured by Hall's Catarrh t'ur
F .1 t'HENEY & 1(i*.. Toletd 4i
WV.', tilhe undersigned,. have' kni\tV, I'
J. (Cheney for the last lt' years, an,,
believe him perfectly honorable' in ai!
business transactions. and ftilnai ialkl
able to carry out any ,obligations iltadtl
by his firm.
Wholesale Druggists. Toloil,. 4).
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken int,'r-
nally. acting directly upon the bl *oil
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials sent free. Price. 7.'. pe'r
bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti-
pation. "


The people of Florida ,owi a volte of
thanks to Representative W. A. Ma Williams of St. Johns county and this
city for the preparing and pres,.nt-
ing of louse concurrent r.s' iluti,!)
No. 14. providing the the ora ng,
bl.ssm hn adopte.'l and dtsig mt.'.!

Dan Daniel of Kendrick, Florids.
4-3;;0 H -N' Y S. ' t' ;. t.gist..r.


"23rqlL d.ay ,f July. A . 1 e1!4 thi.- in-
,le.rsigned, as executors of the last
will and t,'stani nt of II. 'rheit .\. Ford.
%\ill p'r'sctl tlT-ir ((e'munris and vrouch-
ers to Joseph H.-ll. judge' of probate in
andI fir .M iri'n cit nlty. at his offi.'e in
'il.I. a;i il \ ill i ,i 'c, liti-'r tinatl s .'t -
tlenictnt and will apply for final dis-
o.b;a I;t l-'l;.. 2 r! l eii'y cI .l;tnu;it ry..

Als Exctteors: of the Last Will and
T-stainwnt oif He'rbert A. Forl.

Liniment will afford relief. and at Jefferson City. Mo., and Chester. 1-"2-6t.i
rest and sleep possible. In many Il1.. and that he had been an inmate of CCTD OR
he relief from pan. five insane asylums. he asked himself: NOTICE TOCREDTORS
temporary. has become perma-
while in old people subject to "Did you ever try to commit suicide?" Notice is hereby given to all cred-
c rheumatism. often brought on "Five times,." was the response to itors, distributes, and all other per-
npness or changes in the weath- himself. "I jumped from the third tier sons having claims or demands
the ranent cureom pain whih this of cells and cracked my skull. I took against the estate of Thomas B. Bw-

nt affords is alone worth many poison in central police station. I tried Florida, lato present said claims or de-
its cost. 25 and 50 cent sizes for to hang myself in the penitentiary F mands -to the undersigned. duly prOV-
y all druggists., and twice I tried to kill myself when en and authenticated. wthinoneyear-

.e Florida orange growers. who I felt a desire to commit crime com- AdministratrixE. C. BURLESON
atu fea-ingoverme." Graves said that he had As Administratrix of the estate of
Sour of Clifornia were av- n rave said that he had Thomas B. Burleson. deceased.
rood time when last heard from, i" recollection of the forgery with Thms
ill no doubt find the trip educa- which he is now chLrged and was re-
nd enjoyable. for the coast eo- handed to jail to await possible ac-! NOTICE \
.. ti,,n h- theo ,ranl inurv. "--Pmmoner. .. -

State of Florida.
Executive Office.
The' attention of the people of the
state of Florida is invited to the beau-
tiful custom, inaugurated in many of
the mother states, of paying special
tribute on at least one day in the year
to the best friend of each and every
one f us--our mothers.
Therefore. I, Albert W. Gilchrist, gov-
ernov r of the state of Florida, do here-
by designate and proclaim Sunday,
May 9th. 1909. as
Mother's Day
and recommend that it be observed as
such in all homes and churches by the
pt-ople of this state.
Mother's day should really be every
day in the year.
On this particular day it is recom-
mended that the custom observed in
other states be followed by each per-
seon wearing a white carnation-"its
w-hiteness standing for purity, its form
for beauty, its fragrance for love, its
wide field for charity, and its lasting
puality for faithfulness-all being a
true mother's virtues."
In those portions of the' state in
which there are no carnations no'w in
bloomr. it is recommended that the
white rio se I used instead-the rose
being universally recognized as the
tquietn if all flowers. It also possesses
the characteristics of the carnation.
It is. recommended that the various
t'hurch't-s arrange a suitable program
f..r N1 their's Day. Sunday May 9th,
1 '.1i:4. ,nd tIlat each person pay some
suitable special attention to his moth-
etr. if she' is living. and to her menm-
,rye if she is .dead.
l Nino' at Tallahassee. the capital, this
1st .;iy ,of May. A. D. 1909.
.... ALI.'IT 'I. GILCHRIST....
..v,-rnoir otf the- State of Florida.
i y i:- governorr :
Secretairy iof State.


T\AI Harctll.ilsoin county gentlemen
.. : Altlanta lyes, Atlanta),. one
,. .-, long algo. The thirst of the
ti\\o pitrtits needed slaking, so they
l,.eicielh. andi soon a stranger appeared
e1n1 thl scene' whio informed the thirs-
t1 pair that for $1 he could land a pint
of i l "best and pures-t ever." The
required d dollar was fished from the
jeansn" of ione tof the gentlemen, and
then the wait began.
Soton their friend returned with the
law-which was: "Do not touch this
until you are safe out of the reach of
the cops." So, when "No. 23" on the
Southern was speeding her way west-
ward the two thirsty Haralsonites
backed up in one corner, the pint was
fished out with the "You first" from
ith th' "'drys." And what do you
think'.' A pint of C(hattahoochee river
water hiad beten palnted off on them at
tih- fabulous price' of SS t allon.-


The county commissioners of Osce-
ola have set a notable example to the
commissioners of the other counties
of the state in their subscription fori
200 copies of the Kissimmee Valley
Gazette. It has been well said that a,
community is judged largely by the
excellence cf its newspapers. Bear-
ing this fact in mind,. the commission-
ers of Osceu;a have wisely been send-
ing broadcast Editor Harris' publica-
tion, and as a result the town of Kia-
simmee .nd the s irrounding country
has greatly benefited by the influx of
a very desirable class of new settlers.
The Kissimmee region is well adapted
to truck growing of all kinds, and
through the medium of the newspaper
the facts connected with this develop-
ment are made known to the world.-
St. Augustine Record.


1-nder and by virtue of t an execution
issued out of and under the seal of
the circuit court, in and for Marion
county. Florida. dated August 21st.
1896. in a certain cause wherein Chas.
E. Garner is plaintiff and ('has. .W.
White is defendant, I have levied on
and will on
Monday, June 7th. 1909
the sainme being a legal sale's day. and
(luring the legal hours of sale, at the
west door of the court house at Ocala.
Florida, offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, the
following real estate in Marion county,
Florida. to-wit: 6,
The w est half of the southeast
fourth of the northeast fourth of sec-
tion six, township thirteen, south,
range twenty-one. east-twenty acres.
Also land described as beginning at
a point north fifty degrees east, sixty-
eight and 57-100 chains, north forty
degrees, thirty minutes, west *wenty-
five and 67-1Q9 chains from the south-
east corner of the Thomas Clark grant.
running thence' north forty degrees.
thirty minutes. west ten chains. north
fifty degrees, east ten chains, south
forty degreeses and thirty minutes, east
ten chains, soutli fifty degrees. west
ten chains to place of beginning-ten
acres: township 1-2, south. range '1.
Also described as beginning at the
souitlietast corner or f section twenty-
four. township twelve, south, range
twenty-one, east. running from thence
north twenty chains, west seventy
chains, south eighty chains. east ten
chains., north twenty chains, east six-
ty chains. north forty chains. ti place
of be ginning-four hindlred and forty
Also bIeginning at the southwest cor-
ner of the Thomas (lark grant, run-
ning thlene' southeast on line tof grant
thiriten chains. thence north parallel
with the boundary of said
grant to the waters of O range, Lake.
thence' westerly along s:tid lhak to
wht're it is inte.rsectc'd by the \\est
boundary line of Thoimas ('lark grant.
thent' southwest along thei' boundary
line- o'f grant to puie of beginning iii-
nl' liuni red acrt's.
,,1od Ie sattisfy sai. I ,xci'liti,,i 1 !ila
all costs.
St!:.'ir t ti l" .Ml arion ('nIll i F"liri>e;' .
0. T. i'llitiff's Attlorl .y. .>-7

Department of the Interior,
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.
April "4. 1909.
Notice is hereby given that William
Scott of Kendrick, Florida, who, on
December 30, 1901, made homestead
entry Nc. 31256. (serial number
01900) for northeast quarter of south-
east quarter, section 3:>. township 14,
south, range 21, east. Tallahassee me-
ridian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five year proof to estab-
lish claim to the land above describ-
ed, before the clerk of the circuit
court at Ocala. Florida, on the
2nd Day of June, 1909.
day of April. 1909.
Claimant names as witnesses:
Simon Washington ,f Kendrick,
Daniel Green of Kc.,,rick, Florida.
Perry Edwards of Kendrick, Flor-



Our splendid new stock is now here, and we invite dl
public to call and inspect it. There is no line in this section ht
will compare with our late styles, high quality and low ori.s
Of course we could not begin to enumerate in detail our *to k
but we would call your attention to the following partial list 4
goods and prices-others in proportion.


Wilton Seamless Art Squares-All in
the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to
Axminister Art Squares-In many
pretty designs, $20 to $35.
Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares--
Only $12.
Imperial Smyrna Art Squares-$22 to
$45. (We are Ocala agents for
these goods).

Jute Art Square&-exil, only *$1
Cotton and Wool Art Squaree-4 ,
Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels Ast
Square$-418 to $25.
All Wool Granite Brussels A*
Squaree-48 to $14.
Japanese Matting Art q.areem-.
Small Rugs to match all of the abe
at reasonable prices.

China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Pie-e Toak
Sets, $4 00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcellan
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns.

We have just added 5000 feet of floor space, and we are now be.W
;han ever prepared to display our beautiful line of Furniture. We will b
th*e near future also add a complete line of Hardware.

Exclusive Oeala agents for Allwin Go Carts, all colors $1z-

We are closing out our tanidrd Sewing Machines, andJSI
few we now have on hand will be sold below cost.

iclver and flacKay



7 Stands Like a Stone Wil
Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs-Is Pracf!mafy t dastmfit

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*- I' rI--

Buy your new fence for years to come. Get the big, heavy wires., the
hinge joint, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quality of seel
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits Oai
superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and mee as sad git
our prices.


H. B. CLARKSON, Manager

S .w.00 00 *0.OCALA, PLANUM

McMillau. Bros.

Southern Copper Works

Manufacturers of Tirpentine Sile

and General Metal Workers.

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Cardui. On the wrapper are fil dit fr
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established in thoisanda of homes, as a safe rm
for pain which only women endure. It is rel
contains no harmful ingredient and cm be d.
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| to ftN t bek Psmt on St.

ndlqiarvtrs, Florida State

labins., April L S09.

L em pmemn t of the First
11%ple W a StMate Troops will be
WBat the ste camp grouunda, at
S rtmt on the St. Johns river,
Jane I ad covering a
-at lght days. The commad-
Simga oat the rst Brigade will
@n den4ws aid give much direc-
Sam may be snecesosary to carry this
WnW jatw ect. He will prescribe
el OW f ao latructtoum and pro-
o 1 s inerriue s- the troops
O M sf fJm-it will best promote
rA tTecy. &ad upon the as-
Be of his brigade *will adopt
-gasniem as may br necessary to
h am came sad safe-keepiag of all
o ltary property and to insure
rml eMsma Wmu of good onder and
"t at all times in camp and
S lle oWmAtg by all the troops of

a, VAgs special exempted by the
earpsater all reld and staff of-
w be reitred to provide them-
with the mounts necessary for
prper peafrmiance of their
-oo Saawu C tof two dollars
r m M orb Iher hire will be made
N eae who are required to be
so a ctwtuaf mounted when such
im eartiS tao tm the pay rolls.
S. Attestibe is Inrlted to para-
p S1It. graftations for the Florida
sef i whIiteh W as follows:
O e.mtmeIt shall be made with-
SQIrty days prior to an encamp-
it of ietrueacitto without special
md *omm the Adjutant Gen-
f at te r state. except enlistments
--n brew *i the 'lorida statt.
mN andui m tctans for the regiment-
SII Onno occasion of duty i4
Mm i te &44. not on active service
SWM i t the civil authorities, will any
be ia 4 and rigularily enlisted
a ) m a-ny any command or
p with there ame. Commanding
$ mr W be held acc unable for
-I ste 4watremCst of this rule."
L M e diider Willt be taken into
w re has not received armory
i a a sItruction In the schoolo l of
t and guard duty for at
Sa weeks prior to the encamp-

A C(~vrnlm the period oif the field
provided for under this order,
agr ;n to 1M inclusive. 019f,
t albseecw will only be granted
S order of the Commnader-in-
a fhutougho to enlisted men
be Wmeted by regimental comi-

b pe r bhis program of field
It this encampment, the
Oeme*l of the First Bri-
M m aogvllklon for a field

and recommendations as he may
deem for the good of the service.
By command of the Governor,
Adjutant General.


Those papers which allude to the
armed trouble and changes in Turkey
as a religious war ara mistaken. The
war is between two factions of Mo-
hammedan people, and is purely polit-
ical. The only trace of religion that
can be assayed from the situation is
that the Young Turk party-which
seems just now to be in the ascendant
-Is in favor of liberty of faith, while
the old stick-in-the-mud Moslems
favor the immediate extinction of all
non-believers in the prophet. It is the
chief fault of the Mohammedan relig-
ion that it does no$ admit of political
or religious liberty. If the Young Turk
party succeeds in controlling the gov-
ernment it will be only by the over-
throw of the more ancient usages of
the professors of the creed.
The outbreaks against the Armen-
ians which accompany the trouble as
a belated echo of the revolution of
three weeks ago are merely the return
of the true believer to the old creed,
but is as much racial as religious. The
Moslem of the old habit and shcool of
thought is utterly unfit for govern-
ment of either himself or others, as
is proved by hundreds of years of
misgovernment. By the way, few peo-
ple seem to know that the Turks are
but a small fraction-probably one-
fifth-of the population of the empire.
The Arabs outnumber the true Turks
about three to one. and in numbers
the latter are pushed by one or two
branches of the Slav family. The Ar-
menians follow with almost two mil-
lions of people, and the other non-
Turkish and non-Arab tribes number
several millions more.
With the probable pacification by
the Young Turks of that portion of
the empire easily doimnated by Con-
stantinople there will probably ensue
a widespread rebellion against the
Porte by the wilder Arab tribes of the
broad and sandy desert known on the
ynaps as Arabia proper, with the ba-
sis of the revolt the concessions that
have been made to the Christian pop-
ulation. The Arabs and Turks be-
long to different sects of the faith, and
several times the wild sons of the des-
ert have been on the point of captur-
ing Constantinople and taking over
the empire. Europe has always inter-
fered. and it may soon have a fresh
occasion to exert its good offices on
behalf of the Sick Man of Europe.-
Tampa Times.


In lPS<9 an act was passed by the
l<-gislatur', defining the boundaries of
4oliumbia county. The boundaries as
laid down in the act embraced ill of
Suwannee county and repeahld all
laws in conflict therewith.
So. during all the years since 1S89
there has been no legal Suwannee
county in the state.


(Written for the Ocala Banner:)
I heard the whispering, whispering, of
the night winds as they passed,
And the murmuring of the spirits that
the midnight hour had massed,
While the perfume of the flowers
seemed to fill the fragrant air,
And the Seraphims of heaven sang in
chorus swet and clear.
I started up in wonder, wonder near
akin to fright,
When a lovely, fair-haired maiden
glided softly into sight.
On her forehead pure and radiant
glowed a brilliant diadem,
In her hand she held a sceptre, set
with many a precious gem.
I deep obeisance made her, then I
humbly, silent stood,
Nor did I dare to question or my ton-
gue to ask her mood;
Now her voice comes to me softly, full
of sorrow and of pain,
And her eyes they dwell upon me,
fraught with pity and disdain.
Aye, her words come barbed with an-
ger: You have seen fit to abuse
The gift that I endowed you with-
the wooing of the Muse,
And your false interpretation of the
true poetic flame
Bids me turn from you In loathing,
bids me turn from you in shame.
I loaned you "Pegasus," a steed kings
fain would ride,
Yet an ignorant country "bumpkin"
would have sat him with more
Than you who've proved unworthy
e'en to hold his bridle rein,
So I've come to claim Pegasus and to
bid you crawl again.
I felt within my soul that I was guilty
of the crime,
That I had been content to crawl, to
let others boldly climb
The heights of grand accomplishment
that brightly beamed on high,
Yet while I'd crawled I'd dreamed my
dreams-dreams that will never
die. EXIT.

A remarkable incident in real life
has just recently reached the writer's
knowledge, and is too worthy of note
to pass by unobserved. Mrs. Eliza-
beth Martin started early in life to
feather her nest well, and has always
had her eye on the main chance. She
began life as Miss Elizabeth Bird, of
Harrison county, near Paris, Ky. Her
first venture outside the home nest
was when she married Bud Martin.
When Mr. Martin died she married
Edward Crow, a farmer. When the
time came to change nests she-allied
herself with William Robin and lived
happily until the matrimonial season
again rolled around for Mrs. Robin.
Then David Buzzard, a widower, more
attractive personally and socially than
his name would indicate, appeared,
and Mr-s. Robin became Mrs. Buzzard.
Into the Buzzard roost Mrs. -Buzzard
carried one little Martin, two little
Crows and one little Robin. One lit-
tle Buzzard was already there to wel-
come the other little birds. We do
not doubt that when her earthly ca-
reer is ended she will mount upon
wings to be a Bird of Paradise.

Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will


The directions, which were written
by an East Indian, are as follows:
"The skilled East Indian cook, in
preparing rice, aims at two things.
First, the grain must swell as much as
it can; second, the grains must not
adhere to each other, thus giving tht-
rice a sticky, lumpy appearance. Both
these results can be easily achieve
by the East Indian method. No skill
is required. All that is necessary is
to wash the rice three or four times
in cold water, until all milkiness dis-
appears, and the water is as near
clean as it can be. Then let the rice
soak in water for twenty minutes.
"No matter in what style the cereal
is cooked, these rules must be follow-
ed in preparing it: Boil the rice in a
Berlin kettle, which does not permit
any steam to escape. If you do not
possess a Berlin kettle, a double cook-
er may be used instead, or any kettle

that has a tight fitting lid and retains
the steam.
"Drain the rice anu put it in the ket-
tle, which must contain a great suffi-
ciency of water. Be absolutely sure
that the water in the kettle is more
than enough to cook the rice, so that
a quantity of it will be drained off
when it is cooked. If the water Loils
away too much the rice will be sticky
and the grains will not present that
separate appearance which is neces-
sary to well-cooked rice.
"The kettle must be covered abso-
lutely steam-tight, and the cover must
not be lifted until the rice is thorough-
ly done. The East Indians cover the
steam-tight lid of the kettle with a
clean towel to make things doubly
sure. Keep the fire hot, at an even
temperature, anil the rice will be done
in a very few minutes.
"Test it by crushing a grain between
the finger and thumb. If It is done it
will crush readily; if it is still raw it

wi. b'- hard. Soni. prop''l. ,re.f .- *.
and where this is d-esire-d it -* ii ,lh ,
added to the water If*,re- putting ,I'.
rice into it."-Fort Me-al,. ob4erv.r

There was a young ladly, ,k.
Who slept on a ship while at aril hr.
She awoke with dism.may
When she heard the matt .tay-
"Let's throw off the top the...t sad


Asthma Remedy
Gives prompt and positive relief t
every case. Sold by druggists.
Price $1. Trial package by
mail, 10 cents.
Sold by Tydings & Co. I

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