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 14, 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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VO U E 4 N M ER 4 ON0O L R A Y A

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HOTSPRNGS SI Sister Esther Carlotta was elected Rev. Charles C. Carroll, who ha;
SPRIN TO N IC R resislhent of the U. D. C. today and won much fame, and justly so. as a
BLOOD Ocala was chosen for the next con- lecturer, delighted a large audience aa
I REMEDY vention. the Baptist church last night.

BO TILESS REME been in session here for the past few pulpit of the Baptist church in this
tm days. closed the meeting today at city for the past four years. and who
5 noon. The convention was to have is soon leaving for Owensboro, Ky.,. t
F 0 in. d. tk closed yesterday with the afternoon reside, delivered his lecture in the na-
F 0 ft D LLARS t .hes gdwN-mB session, the election of officers for the ture of a farewell, and his many
sog I Fm. i
lensr. C next year being the business of that friends here were delighted to have
K FTm m meeting. There was so much unfin- this opportunity of hearing this emi-
5La San011101 l ished routine matter with reports of nent lecturer.
F- EF. f ?0? :-1ATlL chapters and committees, however. Mr. Carroll had as his subject the
Aar. lN M L' I that it was found necessary to arrange Georgia poet, Sidney Lanier, and for
---01-NL AL ?r.0 i.- all extra session for today. The ma- ov'-r an hour he spoke most delight-
-.... ,,..-.,., jority of the delegates were to have fully on this pleasing subject. Mr.
S T O F I*E--,- ---' left yesterday on the late afternoon ('arroll is a most fluent speaker, and
St .. train. but on account of the extra his language is chaste and beautiful,
." .- v,.'- session they will remain until to- and it is certainly a great delight to)
__1~11 night. listen to hil.
S The work this morning was almost M-r. 'arroll's lecture was not only
D R US T O R E exclusively concerned in heelection oneo f pleasure but was most instruc-
/ .-lfI A Iof ne,,w officers. There was a large live as we'll, as a great many who
SDR U GST O R E attendance and the meeting proved ard him \\were not very familiar with
.. ............ .- ___ inmost interesting. this distinguished poet, who was born
SThe result of the election was as at Ma11"n February 3, 1842. He was a
Sand PMPers a Mro. H. I'. Judd and two ch'inber of an old southern family, no-
SWill lh.havie on Sunday for Rabun G(ap. Carlotta. St. Augustine: first vice to,4 for their love and cultivation of
teorgi:a. w\hl-re they will spend the. president. Mrs. C. W. Powell. Jack- the fine arts. The poet's earliest pas-
Our vegetable and melon buyers are summer. They will probably visit sonville: second vice president .11ary s'"in was for musiv, He first devoted
multiplying. relatives in Louisiana: lef)r,- r.-turn- ,Hardee Bessent. Jacksonville; third his talents ti the violin, which later
ing honame. vice president. Emma Perdue Sebring, ht' abandoned for the flute. After his
MIa MIaie Lyie and Carl and l.lJacksonville; fourth vice president, graduation in Ogle.thorpe. Ga.. Lanier
Earl Lyte spent the week-end with Morton Riddle of .Jacksionville.. su- IMrs. dward Badger. Ocala; record_- taught until The civil war. when he
their parents at Stanton-on-Lake-Weir. perint,-nd.nt. of thie Atlanti( Ioast ing secretary. Mrs. John Taylor, joined the Macon volunteers as a pri-
Line, ha.- been honored1 by Governor (Gainesville: corresponding secretary. vate.
Miss Nellie Scroble. an attractive Gilchrist w ith a panc.'. ,.n his staff. .Mrs. Alvarez, Starke; treasurer Mrs Sidney Lanivr wrote many exquisite
young lady from Leesburg. spent a with th, rank of (',l'nllA. (vernwr IH. H. McCreery. Gainesville; regis- poems and his novel. Tiger Lalies.
people of days in Ocala last week. Gilchrist andl Mr. Riddtl. art. life-long trar. Mrs. J.. W. Stevens. Lake City; gives an account of his war life. The

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Raysor of Lowell n chairman Soldiers' Home committee, last few ylars ,f his life his health
pent Sunday in Ocala with Mrs. Ray- 11Mrs. W. .. Cook. Jacksonville; state was very had, and his car-eer a check-
st nay n her ala with Mrs. ay- R. W. H. to'l"mnan. hIo r.',itly recorder. crosses of honor, Mrs. W. N. ered one. His last days were spent in
purchased Mr. T-omlpsons lhouso,- oit Minter. Monticello. Baltimore, where h, dt'vo'ted himself
Mrs. Arthur Izlar has gone to Den- Wattul street. op;losite- !i residence Historian to be papointed by the entirely to literature and music.
mark. S. C.. where she will spend "(eupihd b-Y Mr. JutI i. i lhavinI thI president. Registrar C. of C., Mrs. B. Those who heard Mr. Carroll's lee-
several weeks with relatives. same- x:,-nsiv-,-ly m pr..v,,d. Wo'rl, T. Wilson. finishes her unexpired tiur- had every right to be charmed.
wa< begun on tilth,. yesterday. an.d t,,rm. having been elected at the last
Misss Marye and Hattie Terrell of when it is finished and nicely ipaintedl i convention for a period of three years. MEETING OF THE READING CLUB
Bushnell are here. the guests of Mrs. it \ill b-,i amost dsirahbl,, plat.. and Thel next annual convention will be The weekly meeting of the Reaing
Mauie .yles. will add c'insidt.raly t ,that n,.ig!hor- e in Ma, 191. at Ocala.e eek m ng o the R
hil,1l. The Anna l)Dummett chapter has Club with Mrs. .1. J. Gerig Tuesday af-
&Rpresentative Glenn Terrell and turlihr arranged to entertain their ternoon was a particularly pleasant
Senator Baker. both of Sumter county. Alr. W T. Mcli\ :iin r.Pciv.-d a; l,- vi.-itor- with an extensive drive about one, as niost of the members were
passel through Ocala Monday en egr.t a1 iriv y,.sit-rd..y v irninu> g s:iUinI; th ci.v this afternoon. This will Tiresent.
route to Tallahassee. I!'11 t '. y,'"ung-.s" lrti-r. .[r. i:Hugit ,ioutless he greatly appreciated, as Two interesting chapters of Greek
'M. ::in. had i ltn Itailly inji ur. i ju Il foir days of the convention have life-Greek characteristics and Greek
Mr. John Neel of Mcln'tosh and Mr. i riiun:.y :,.i tl.nt at A\lvill. twon ,- (continuously given up to bus- politics-were discussed, and they
A. J. Harrell of Oklawaha station. ('.. atfil ui i:- a t -ni onlition. \ .r. .S..s -s. ions and work connected prove'ld very interesting inll eed.
were visitors to Ocala Monday. an A ]i-' .\1l'llain ain(i childr,.n ;,t ... ;ih t',I organization that manv who As a special couplliienet to -.1is.
-- th, : "*-* rin *,ir Ai.,iil, i. arc hire have scare 'c. had the op- Susie Fort. who will return soon to
Mrs. Royal E. Cole and little son ] ith tIr. Hugh M-ell\\ain. and th',.ir por. ', vit the places of iihter- l:. r home in Tennessee, and who will
have gone to Pablo Beach for the sunm- fr, n.s tr',st tha thy \ ill tinJ lhiii. ,.s~, or l'!ijoy the beauties of the :lot return to Ocala next fall, Mrs.
iner. They will join Mrs. Cole's sis-' lt.t-r titan tiy ho,-, for. ohl (i'.. St. Augustine Record. Sat- (erig served very delightful ice cream
ter. Mrs. Bertha Williams. at Pabhlo. ,--- rlay and cake to her guests, and for half
-ii. and 1Yrs. Gambliel and daughter. n ; hour (hey enjoyed a very charming
,' rs. B. B. Ricker spent a part of Mr. Hugh Nichol; and .1r. Craney MISS BURFORD TO GRADUATE little social together. It is a matter of
blI. ay aMd Monday with Mrs. C. I.. of Wil.Iwoodt were aunoiig tie visitors FROM BELMONT very great regret to Miss Fort's rany
Bittinger. returning from a visit to to Ocala Tuesday. They returned ---- friends to know that she will not
Lake* Weir to Jacksonville. honime via automobiles. MIr. Nichols, The faculty and graduating class of come back next year. as during her
havingg purcha-ed Mr. John 1). Rob.ert-' Belmont College have issued invita- stay in Ocala she has made many
Ex-Governor JF'nnings was a promi- son's .ont-, time ago. and in part'e- warni friienhdsr al neveryrholly sincere,-
rii tons to!,ceir commencement exercis-
nolt visi-or to our citv :".ionia.. ;atIi shil, with Messrs. Co(ebb & Tomplikins held ly hopes that she will return to Oain
Is rjoicmn1 in robust health His liltfrcihll#--. a ni.w o'e t h l -1he O( 't ii a no distant d late.
Ocala friends were clad to greet l;im. <- l:ngii V.orks eseay. T i'ii j ii. .he nineteenth of May, at n--
a n d- -, d, im. a t li,, .o -. i,iii clock at the college chapel at KING'S DAUGHTERS TO GiVE
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. M.unro. eameh*' aj:'s. Th,\ r,. ar:, 1c ', ; t; WhI \ ill. T-'nn,(S.- I BABY SHOW
hoe esteray ro Lake ir. ,ate uick. lis.- Mary Elizabeth Burford. the __---
wh'r, they hae ln spending the, lovely and talented young dlaught r of .\ the- m,,.ting o,,f th,. h iu';
pas; several weeks n. os njovabl. 1 Tl. l:,rg* nlew tn' ine fior t h 'Met- -1:. land 11Alrs. R. A. Burford of this it;uglit,.rs at th< .1,.tih.,list- chnr-hi
pu --t'erek ten & Taylor ice factory has arrived (city. is a nmenher of thie graduating .sstr.ay m,,orni ig it u ,,,. il... thai
Ocala is to 'ave the next meeting of and is now being lput in place. \Viith hiss. aii1 finishes with high honors. this orgainiz.tti.n \\~wuidt hol'l :"t alby
State daughters. We hope that the. this new engine the capacity of the 11Miss turford has completed the four sh,, s.. ,,,e ti(n- ithi, th, n, tix: i,.,
will be given such a delightful meel- plant will be nearly forty-five tons i 'ears' work in two years and made a w,..'ks.
tag that they will want to make Ocala day. It is expected that the new nma- 1ie record. .\ cnniitt..,. \\as ai.i>ina.i t ..I t,. .-
their annual meeting place. chinery will all be in pIlac' within the The principal of the college gave a :,li.t,. th,. arrantg.m,.nts for t hI. It.y
next fifteen days. A new supply well, beautiful reception on Saturday for slh,. anid .whl.n the arr.>ng.:ennt, a.,-
Mr. Malcolm P. Mickler. who is is also being drilled, as the present 'he graduating class, and on Wednes- all made further notices of thi- i:.-
vce president of the Leesburg oank. well does not furnish enough vi;er .'.a the seniors will read their essays. portant event will l). giv.n.
and who also has other interests ill for the ,enlarged plant. ,andl on Thursday uight the senior N,, place,. has hanlsom.-r n..r !.v\.i. r
Lake aad Hernando counties. came' to ilrr.;matics will ibe held. and on Wed- t.hildren than has O.:la,. ann a ha .y
Ocala Snnday and returned ilome .Tudae Walter P. Lilcoln and Mr. tneiliay morning. May 19th, the seniors show, should prove very popu':tr i..r ..
Monday afternoon George l.. Sehon of l.ouisville. Ky.. will be given a breakfast by one of -


-- were visitors to the city Tuesday.,the teachers, and that evening the BRENAU COLLEGE COMMENCE-
Mrs. H. S. Chambers left Sunda.. af- They came here on a land inspection. graduating exercises will occur. Hon. MENT
ternoon for Orange Lake. where she and were very much pleasedI with Richmond Pearson Hobson will deliv- -
will be the guest of Mrs. Dixon Irvine this section. We shall hear nor-,e of or the address to the graduates. The thirtieth annual commence-
wor two weeks. Prom there Mrs. them in the future. Miss Burford's commencement week men; of Brenai Colleze Conservatory
Chmbsers will' go to Atlanta. where is being filled with many other social will take place May 22-'"3. at the col-
she will spend the summer, returning Mrs. E. L. Carney has returned pleasures. and when she returns hcme lege auditorium. Gaine-sville. Georgia.
to Ocala next fall. home from Savannah. where she spent for the summer her friends here ex- Miss Alta Pearson of this city will
S --- -- .- a week as the gue St of her sister. pect to make her visit very delightful be graduated in piano msic toron,:
rs J. R. Moorhead. Miss .Iosie 'Mrs. W. Moore Scott. Her other sis- in a number of pleasant ways. Brenat and Miss Minnie IL. Stovall.
is and Mrs. B. Sanders. who ter. Mrs. Minims. vas also with Mrs.I also of this city. will receive a c-rrifi-

in the Ancient City. and of
haf a splendid time.

SMrs. C. L Lyvers of Summerfield is
a few days in Ocala with
ma betr. Mrs. Nancv Wallace. Mrs.

ng Mrs. Carney's visit.

Guynn of Orlando is in the
visit to his sister. M1's. .1.

B. Hayes. After spending a few days
I here he will go to Jacksonville to
Stake a business course in one of the
M colleges.

Mr. Drew Mathews of Flemington

Mrs. J. W. Pearson left Wednesday
for St. Joseph. 3llWsouri. for a short
visit to Mr. Pearson. after which she
will come down to Gainesville. Ga., to
he present when her daughter. Miss
Alta Pearson. graduates in :nusic
tront Brenai Col'-ge. Mr. Pearson
had expected. to attend the Brenau
commencement, but business will de-
tain him in Miccnuri

cate in normal work.
Both of these young girls are rry
accomplished. rn, ar- very popular
here, and their friends are hoping
that they will comer home for the







All that was mortal of James A.
Campbell, Jr.. whose death was uated
in this paper TueEday, was laid to
rest Tuesday afternoon.
The body was taken to Grace Epie-
copal church at four o'clock and the
beautiful service for the burial of the
dead was read by Mr. Harrion. after
which the body was carried to Gree-
wood cemetery, where it was la

marine Hampton. o l Gainesville, who i tenderly to rest and the mound eove,
thie very attractive guest of her aunt, ed with lovely flowers. watered by
Mrs. George C. Crom. the tears of relatives and frieadA.
The others playing at the two ta- The pall bearers were Messrs. St.
Miles besides the honor gues' v. were phen Jewett, George Ford. B. P. 'em-
Misses Carrie Wil' ams. Alice Bullock. 'lon, Lawton Bailey. Claude Hayeraft
Annie Atkinson. Frances Anderson. and Francis Webber. and Mr. Owes
SSue An.lerson. Mrs. Arthur Hardaker was in charge of the funeral arranw-
and Mrs. John Taylor. ments.
.Miss Atkinson and Miss Bullock Besides his parents. Mr. and Mr.
iwon every game and on cutting for J A. Capbl. th deceased leav
'ihe priar, a hands me pack of cards. two br 0ers and three sister to
it was won by Miss Bullock, who pre- mourn for him.
sintpl it to Miss Hampton.
r~sciil it to Aliss Hampton. MISS ELLEN THAGARD TAKEN TO
SMiss Sullivan was assisted in Ferv-
'ing punch. ice cream, cake and al-
:.ionds by Mrs. Crom. Mrs. Mau.ghs ,l
1:1i(Ads Ahrs. Crom, Mrs. 'Maaghs .1Miss Ellen Thiagarld. who has I'tew
and Miss Annie Dtvis, and the entire 1is Ellnf iaearly who has witb
':Ut<.loon as thoroughly enjoyable, quitee ill for nearly two weeks, with
:fftcrnoon was thoroughly enjoyable. apendi cils, was taken ven moch
apipendlciris. was taken very mueh
MISS FRANCES CHAMBERS TO worse about dark on .Mondayu. Dr.
GRADUATE IN TAMPA ~iheldon A. Morris of Jacksonville wa
TheL senior class of the Hillsborough te'lehoned for and came down on ti,
t:igh School will hold their commence- tmidlnight train, and Mr. Thagard w-
-',..r ,ex.r'(ises on the -evening of s"'nmoinled home from a business
\Ve(,dnvles,ly. May 19th at eight o'clock, trip in the southern part of the state.
t lh' Bay Casino. After consultation it was decided to
Miss Frances Chambers. the oldest take Miss Thagard to Jacksovrilla
'!nuiglhter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. so Tuesday morning Mr. and Mra,
Chim:l-rs, formerly of this city, is a T'agard, accompanied by Dr. Morris
ipe'ner of this class, and her Ocala carried their daughter to Jack'oovll
;rien,ls have received invitations from on the six o'clock train. She was t-
:,'r to attend this pleasing event. Her ken to the DeSoto sanitarium, wberw
rie.nds congratulate her on her suc- in all probability an operation will be
ceisst'il graduation. performed.
The friends of the Thagari family
Work on the government building are eagerly hoping for good news
is prwcressing very satisfactorily. Pre- from the young patient
parations are being made to put on
the tile, roofing and the entire building MOOW'S THIS?
itn- lin '-caffolded anil the peblble -----
::i .i! soon be p it on the third sto- W.- otffir aon Haunl atarrh-I .hart Re-
ry. The pave.| walks are nearly all '"arl for any case- of 'atarrh thdt can-
r. The paved walks are nearly allI le cured by Hall ('atarrh tu
co-'pl,]rT.,l. Altogether it is going 'to | -'. j. (-HEN Y & <'I .. Toled4o. o.
'I, v ,ry siis'antial and ornamental I We. thi, undsersign-fd. have- known V.
'Jl. 'h-n.-y for the- last 1. y.-a-r-. and
i-di]i,-\t- him" perfectly L'.rrahbl. In all
"h.i e ;rtranf -:(ctin.m ;tnI fl tinaiu ially
S rs.. R. Mloorh,-adl. en route home ,il t- ,carry ,,ur t ,%'y l,, ;i,,n. "ta.'
from .lack.sonvIlle. spent a couple of i: y 'is iri,

lax s with her sist',r. Miss Nellie
Hooper. in South Jacksonville. and
li is .Josie Wifliams paid a visit to
nor*-w. Mr. John Pelct. in Jack-

summer vacation. ('Cpt. 0. W. Reagan and Mrs. Rea-
z:ia of Brooksville came up Tuesday
A NEW RESIDENCE BEGINS for a -hort visit. They formerly lived
VWork has commencedi on the hand- in Ocala and have many friends here.
o,,. !-om,- that Mr. Clifton Camp i.; who are always glad to have a visit

~-I~ Ii a ta rn e icir* -e o. k* ~. 1,.

'ilnvciu!4 -:urft,,-#i- #ofit h.'-Ly~trm.
ho t t ].-- q,-! (I by all lriiggiA--
Taqke H-ill':- Vaniilv P21I.4 f -r v 'ntI-
pation. M

M-r.A. P. McRae ant] C. Hatton
DudIly. two yauDz ni'-n from 8"h

- &

There are many ways in which it serves
the public, but the one now most valuable
perhaps, is to lp with loans. We will
meet the need" conservative borrowers

The Munroe a Chombliss Bank


clemded the meeting of the Daugh- Scott ,liuri
of the Confederacy at St. Angus-:
last week. have returned home. j Mr. .1. .1.
were beautifully entertained. I city for a


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The Young Ladies' Bridge -Club was
very happily entertained on Tuesday
afternoon by Mrs. Charles E. Cul-
breath at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Miller, where she resides,
and Miss Eloise Miller assisted Mrs.
Culbreath in her duties as hostess.
There were three tables of players
and a most enjoyable game of bridge
ensued. The tables were in the par-
lor and hall, and a number of vases
of lovely yellow flowers adorned the
mantels, piano and tables. The yel-
low note was carried out in the re-
freshments. chicken salad being serv-
ed in yellow ramekins and the sand-
wiches tied with yellow baby ribbon.
Miss Miller and Miss Leafy Sylvester
assisted Mrs. Culbreath in serving her
The hostess also had her dainty
prizes done up in yellow tissue and
tied with yellow ribbons. The club
prize, a hand-embroidered piece of lin-
gerie, was won by Miss Sue Anderson,
and a pretty collar was awarded Mrs.
William Wolf for the highest score
among the visitors.
The visitors playing with the club
members were Mrs. William Wolf,
Miss Sadie Crown of Tampa, Miss
Rhoda Liddon and Miss Etta Hood.
Mrs. Culbreath is a lovely hostess
and the afternoon with her was one
of much pleasure.
* *
Miss Pauline Sullivan was hostess
at an informal little bridge party.
which she gave on Monday afternoon.
especially in compliment to Miss Cath-


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SAFRICA MRS. BRIDGES GIVES BEAUTIFUL ed in the shape of water lilies resting
t- T e RECEPTION !on a big nasturtium,paf, was exceed-
SAbe "He who would write aout women ingly attractive as well as delicious.
Smatter where With this salad was served sandwich-'
a llots through the air, should dip his pen in rainbow dye and es, olives and crackers, and with the
011 110 Al l hlar*. powder his lines with the gold-dust white and pink ice- cream the cake
or teir bid" and bur,.
of butterflies' wings." One needs not I and kisses were passed.
Sthe French poet's advice, however, to Mrs. Charles W. Hunter and Mrs.
afthe Whelgodle mourneth the French poet's advice, however, to
S ** who a*l e ourneth I E. P. Guerrant asked the guests iromi
S mthe s t Its Arst-born. write of the fair ladies who gathered e Guerrant asked the guests rom
by the score and hundreds Thursday where the teacher of our publi
NO g11th forth, defying death afternoon beneath the hospitable roof where the teachers of our public
b Ats torrid. tainted breath, ater n eneaththe hospi e r school received, and a most interest-
H te bh e ame e is there of the exquisite little home of Mr. and g few moments was spent with the
t them out a deal that's square Mrs. Thomas E. Bridges, the occasion teachers.
hto them fall of holes for fair. being an "at home" given by Mrs. As the guests were about to depart
tadeed, mtace he has come Bridges. for which several hundred from this very beautiful reception
4TaMdr olmpae Ufe is oa the bum. from this very beautiful reception
* l~t imrthe bum. invitations were issued.
LAM the110nwrsudthey stopped for a few moments at
aM the wh man le mourneth This was the first large affair to be
Vr the ts aof its frst-born. given within the artistic walls of the the north end of the veranda, which
had been made into a most pictur-
Alm! said let us add alack! Bridges home, and a most fitting and esque little Japanese tea room. Un-
Wbf Thesidoe comes hiking back beautiful function it was. The Bridges der a big Japanese umbrella, sitting
To temperate things, including ones, home is nothing less than a work of on cushions on the floor, Miss Mary
ll have a pile of whitening bones art. from the sidewalk, with its beads eck an Miss oulie Barnett pour-
iSbA e J les tlow and high: of violets, pansies and verbenas ed chocolate and tea in Japanese cups
S pause to wonder why throughout all of the rooms of this at- and saucers, which was passed by
Am wb mwgdoodle mourneth tractive house. The greatest care and Misses Nellie Gottlieb and Ethel
t the los of Its frst-born? perfect taste has been exhibited by Crosby. They all wore pretty Japan-
f t u be Mrs. Bridges in the arrangement of es i Tonas with big chrysanthe-
Sa y- the minutest deta ofher home, ese kionas with big chrysanthe-
O he Mke that? iu" l oih and mums in their hair, and looked most
Everything about it contributes tofetching. On the walls were Japanese
-W. J. LAmptas in New York World. ward an harmonious whole, which pictures and gg baskets
MOTHER! makes it a home of more than ordi- flowers, and incense was burned in
nary interest from the standpoint of this corner by Master Leroy Bridges.
lmw Seuday*s Daily: real artistic beauty. Just as the ladies were leaving they
T IMsw k on name-mother-which The front veranda was converted were given pretty miniature Japanese
is sever nd pon the tongue of the into a veritable Japanese sitting room fans by Miss Caro Liddon, who mnadt
nd po thetongue ofthe by the use of Japanese screens, pia very striking looking Japanese mai-
dd .wer. In her presence all crit- tures, parasols, lanterns and other en. as she sat ci ledo p on a fancy
t iso silet ed. The painter has, ornaments. typicc- of fair Japan cushion by her small tabouret, on
Wtth his break transferred the lan- Rugs. sofas, tables, with vases of which were her fans.
me to the canvas with such fidelity lovely roses, made it most attractive, Mrs. Bridges' party for Mrs. De-
at the trees and grasses seem al- and Misses Rhoda Liddon and Grace Pass will rank along the loveliest
e t hd sm l- aeHatchell, wearing strikingly pretty and most complete parties ever given
"M 1 real; he has even made the face kimonas and big chrysanthemums in in Ocala.
of a maude4 seem instinct with life, their hair, received on the veranda
b there is me picture so beautiful and little Louise Rentz and Marie tion Mrs. Bridges asked the young
at so painter has ever been able DePass, also in Japanese costume. sat graduates and several of the oth-
o perfectly reproduce it, and that is on the floor and took the cards. the oth-
er young men up to meet the young
th pcturv of the mother holding in At the front door of the living room. people, and their presence added
ber arms her babe. Within the khad- Mrs. Edward Drake and Mrs. Oliver greatly to the effect of Mrs. Bridges'
OW of the mmoument. reared to the Grant Weston received, after which
minor of her who to her love and Mrs. W. H. Powers invited the guests party.
tyalty represents the mother of each to the punch bowl, this beverage be- ANNUAL HISTORICAL MEETING
aw of s. I bow in humble reverence ing served by Miss Louise Nixon and OF THE U. D. C's.
to mokherhood.-W. J. Bryan. Miss Valeta Potter. The punch ta- ___
* ble was covered with a large mirror, The annual historical meeting of
The MUter and Her Boy on which was scattered pink roses the United Daughters of the Confed-
Ask the mother who holds in her and carnations, and about the edges eracy took place last evening at 8
arms her boy. what her ideal is con- was draped white tulle and pink rib- o'clock in the auditorium of St. Jo-
corning him ad she will tell you that bon. seph's Academy. The hall was well
she desires that his heart may b so This room, as well as all of the filled by a cultured and attentive au-
pure that s could be laid upon piil- rooms in the house, was exquisitely dience who had gathered to enjoy a
frw and not leave a stain: that his decorated with ra: ferns and palms. historical program commemorative of
ambittao may be so holy that it could and masses and masses of perfect! ro- southern events and southern deeds
be whi ered ti an angel's ear; and ses. between the years of 1861 and 1865.

S that hi life may be so clean that his
motber h e master. his wife. his child
ea read a record of every thought
ami art witbut a blsh. But ask her
If sta will require this perfection in
bhr betry sh e showers her love
e bs him. and she will answer "no."
fp will tel yu that she will make
bM as good as ahe can; that sboh will
| Ilw his feetstreo with a daily
prayer. that in whatever land he
e&derr her blessing will abide with
im: and that when be dies she'll
o~ hope. et hope that the world
w be better that he has lived.-
PFrm an address entitled "Man.' de-
lMwv d by W. J. Pryan at commence
mot day exercises. Nebraska State
I'liveruitd. June 1ir. 115.

Methers Day
Today will 1' observed in various
portions o the country as "Mother's
Day Tb. plan is that on this day
every man and ti y shall wear a white
Gower in nemworv his mother. The
Hoeston (Texas Post is urging the
people of Holuston to observe this day
and Judd Morlimer Iewis bas written
tr i bt PoFt this bau;itul p|ovni.

For Mthr's Day

Who'll wear a rose for Mother's Day.
A half open rose and white.
Ptaeked na the morning while the dew
Tha gathered over night
Ts ki Its petals like a gem
t hts pr h beat appears.
As pure and sweet as mother love.
As rare as mother's tears?

Who for a Mother's Day will wear
A blossom pare and white.
Above his heart, wear t from dawn
UItil the sades of aight
(mer ti a pm the perfumed breeze
And wrap the world and him
As softly as the mother-love
Wrapped him la days grown dim?

A white row just to honor her.
Wfhoe love was purer far
Tba any gem ite world has known.
Than mow-white roses are:
A wbhte rose for the mother-love
That know nor stop nor stay.
T up the heights or in the depths
Ge with bhit all the way.
Fir Mother-'s Iv who'll wear a rose?
Whbo will notI To uplif,
r thoughts of all the world one day
To the most precious gift
O"g ever. ever gave the world;
A pure. white. bornlesm rose

In the parlor the hostess stood tt
recieve her guests. She was hand-
somely gowned in white and carried
an arm bouquet of lovely bride'.- ro-
ses. Standing with her was Mrs. H.
M. DePass of Gainesville. for whom
this beautiful affair was given. Mrs.
DePass is a strikingly handsome wo-
man, and her lovely gown of pale blue
and pink. trimmed in beautiful em-
broidery of the same shade, with
white lace yoke and sleeves, was ex-
ceedingly becoming. This is Mrs. De-
Pass's first visit to our city, and the
friends that she is making are hop-
ing that it will no be her last.
Mrs. Allan Bridges, a sister-in-law
of the hostess. s d Mrs. Howard
Clark. who soon leaves for Texas to
reside, received with Mrs. Bridges
and Mrs. DePass. Mrs. Allan Br'dges
wore a lovely white lace gown andl
Mrs. Clark's gown was a most stylish
one of white and blue.
Mrs. L. F. Blalock asked the ladies
into the music room. where the ihree
lovely young graduates of this year.
Miss Rit'inger. Miss Lytl," n.d Miss;
1Moore. and their teachers. Miss Mc- i
Creery and Miss Haley. received.
They all wore dainty white dresses.
The music room was artistically
decorated with many Ocala High
School pennants and yellow sunflow-
ers and black-eyed Susans as a conm-
pliment to the graduating class.
The music played in this room dur-
ing the hours of the reception was
very lovely indeed. Misses .lessilu
Martin and Irma Blake, in pretty .-Jap-
anese costumes, played the piano, and
Messrs. Fred Weihe. George and Her-
bert Martin, violins and cornet.
Mrs. Thomas H. Johnson andi Mrs.
Thelbert W. Troxler invited the
guests into the dining room. where
very delicious refreshments were
served by Misses Alice Bullock. Clara
Johnson. Ollie Weston. Annie Davis.
Carrie Pelot and Lucile Standley.
The dining room was very beauti-
ful in it artistic decorations. In the
center of the serving table was a per-
fectly gorgeous vase of long-stmnied
pink roses, placed on a reflector.
around which was banked smaller
pink roses. White tulle was caught
to the candelier with a wide pink sat-
in how. and sprays of asparagus

There was no attempt towards dec-
orating the large hall, but the stage
was attractively arranged with flags
and potted plants. The national red,
white and blue gave a cheerful touch
of color to the setting, hanging tide
by side with the south's hallowed em-
blem--the Stars and Bars.
SThe meeting was called to order
by the state president, Mrs. Law-
rence, and after invocation by Rev.
L. Fitz-James Hindry, the state his-
torian, Sister Esther Carlotta, presid-
ed, the meeting being exclusively his-
torical and having been arranged un-
der this department.
An excellent program, made up of
historical readings, southern songs
and recitations appropriate to the oc-
casion, were well rendered, while sev-
eral instrumental selections, quartets
and vocal solos added much to the
evening's entertainment.
The program was as follows:
Suwannee River. song by chorus
and convention.
Character sketch of Mrs. Martha
Reid. by Mrs. Clarence Maxweil of
Martha Reid Chapter.
Black Mamnmy. by Mrs. Charles
Sheldon of Stonewall Chapter.
Piano solo, "Papillon Roses." by
Miss May Paris of the hostess chap-
An experience of life in 1. S. mili-
tary prison at Point Iookout and El-
mira. by G. N. Saussy, C. V. Read by
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead of Dickison
How Quincy greeted the news of se-
cession, by Mrs. C. J. Huber. Read
by Miss Crauthers of Tampa Chap-
Recitation. "Tom's Last Forage."
by Miss Nita Riv.its Lovelace of Joe
Wheeler Chapter.
Southern women in history, by Mrs.
McCreary of Kirby Smith Chapter.
Reminiscences of Olustee, by Mrs.
Varne of Elizabeth Harris Chapter.
Quartette, "Jua-.ita," by Mrs. Po-
mar, Mrs. E. J. Forward. Mrs. Stan-
ley. Mrs. McGuire.
Heroes and heroines of the war. by
Mrs. J. L. Kelley, of J. J. Finley
-Our Chieftain," (selection). by
Mrs. J. Lee McCrory of DeLand Chap-

the t thing the world shall seel
Till hmven's gates unclose. ferns and pink bows. and the ferns Banjo solo. "Invincible Guards'
were also used in catching the tulle i March," by Miss Kathryn Brush.
"OTIC& OF TEACHERS' EXAMINA- to the table. Compotiers of tiny pink I Vocal solo, "Annie Laurie." by Miss
TION Iand white kisses, and plates of cake Enslow of the hostess chapter.
frosted in pink anld white, completed iEnslow of the hostess chamt ..
t'rstd n inkan wit, cmpetd' .;,.;o n~ ~ 1.Vitli~nt T-J4,,..


For the Convenience

Of Our Increasing Patronage

Owing to the constantly increasing patronage accorded

us it has become necessary to make certain improvements

for the convenience and quick service we always give our

customers. Our store is now undergoing many changes,

among them a perfect and modern carrying system. This

system will whea installed be one of the most perfect in

Ocala and will save many times its cost to the consumer as

well as to ourselves in the course of only a few months by

the time saved. All the goods purchased will be conveyed

to one central point to be wrapped and checked before be-

ing sent out, thus avoiding possible errors, and saving con-

fusion during rush hours.

The store is being thoroughly

overhauled and repainted throughout, besides being better

lighted. All this is being done so that your wants may be

more quickly and more satisfactorily attended to.

A lot of the prettiest Summer Dress Goods ever

brought to this market are being oFened now, so come in

and let us show them to you while there is still a large

stock to select from.

Yours for Business,

The Variety Store



The Ocala lodge of the Knights of
Pythias attended Grace Episcopal
church. Sunday morning in a body. In
honor of Mother's Day each of the
Knights wore on his coat a white
Rev. G. H. Harrison preached a
special sermon on the subject of Pyth-
lanism, and it was considered by ev-
eryone to have been the strongest ser-
mon ever delivered by this young rec-
tor. His text was "Peace on Earth,
Good Will to Men," and very beautiful
indeed were the thoughts that he gave
nis hearers, and he made a most fer-
vid and eloquent appeal for the liv-
ing of pure and beautiful lives. He
referred very earnestly to "Mother's
Day" and the advice given by him, if
heeded, will certainly bring about
"peace on earth, good will to men."
At the Baptist church Sunday
Rev. John A. Wray of Live Oak ex-
changed pulpits with Rev. C. C. Car-
roll, and preachP-d most eloquently, oc-
cupying the pulpit both morning and
evening. His morning subject was
"Prayer," and his sermon was very
thoroughly enjoyed.
At the Methodist church Sunday
morning Rev. Crawford Jackson occu-
pied the pulpit, and preached on hte
importance of the work of the Juven-
ile Protective Association, which, he
represents. He is an interesting and
instructive talker and is in fflorough
harmony with his work. The essen-
tial features df his System were thor-
oughly explained by Mr. Jackson. The
main object of this association is for
the establishment of juvenile courts
and the probation system, protecting
and placing neglected children, and
to secure the proper legislation to car-
ry oirt the work. In the evening Mr.
Jackson preached at the Presbyterian
Sunday morning Rev. W. H. Dodge
and Rev. W. H. Coleman preached
very beautiful and appropriate ser-
mons on the subject of "Motherhood."



FLAGLER'S FAITH IN STATE OF ably some kind Ot association wit
FLORIDA the Cuban system of railroads, at
least the railroad that stretchb.s from
The following letter from the New
York correspondent of the Philadel- lana to th eastern side of t i
phia Public Ledger will be read with :land.
interest in Florida: to har.Rogers railroad is un.rerAtool
Henry M. Flagler. in yielding the $20,00o,000 Mr. Flage Florait
presidency of the Florida East Coast systeI represents a lagler Florla
railway to one of his subordinates. ; ient than that if his larger in
makes indirect announcement that be included As rich a al arops
he regards a work upon which he has Flagler is it hs been the a man as M
been occupied for fifteen years as of busnles as men en the Nw Jrk ('it
completed. Mr. Flagler is accustom- that he has minvested the grear pai
ed to return from his winter home, of his fortus in this raiway s .part
Whitehall, Palm Beach, Fla.. about th ne in this railway s
the first of May, occupying for a Floria the evo n
short time home in Fifth avenue What that
in this city, and after the season of illusta that d elop.'rin' i>.. nt ai
.May rains are over he takes up his ot' l rate(l by the cxieriec t In
suninier home at 'Mamaroneck, on1 ofcapital of this city a t,.>
ago. A railroad wa.s proj.,,t1,.,i Ili
Long Island Sound. about twenty souhter,' Florida a(lh wash proj t-i' in
miles north of New York City. .Ireliedn oridathe securing th. promi,l iA
The other day, at a celebration at!I1o a upo the dup iiy <, ian" and
Norfolk. Va., in honor of the comple- anortes o placed which man thousand
tion of Henry H. Rogers' tidewater ership of thesean hih waotrs in ch wn-
railroad it was said that Mr. Rogers erahip of thesd Promoters A charter
is the only American who built withwas obtained from the stat. ;'lor own credit and money a railroad la Some money, about $.;the.lam.
of any length, for Commodore Vander-was >orrowed in this gith. ihe la*t
bill dil not build the New York Cen-iSenator Calvin S. Brice and G;.ineral
tral system. although he lent the Samuel Thomas standing a.s s Ipo.>,Or*
money with which its four tracks.for the loan. Th-, projec < am. to
were expanded to a six-track system. naught. The loan was carried. i, an
were expanded to a six-track s nstem. institution in hope that soit,. daY
There was a curious oversight in, nstithtiom ig hope that iint da*
* this statement, especially curious in there might be a realization o pr-
view of the fact that another Amer- aps; .0 per cent. pon it
call, for many years a business as- A proposition was made t), a ,om-
sociate of Mr. Rogers. had constiuct-Ipetent man that he undertake t.' lid-
ed with his own funds a railway sys- pose (oi this railroad and It- landl
temn. 21,0 miles longer than Mr. Rog- H did make such disposition of [be
ers' tidewater rail-oad. and a system railroad's charter and riglAr ort ay
involving unique, unparalleled rail- as to enable Mr. Flagler to irnug it
way construction, since for many into his Florida East CoasMr lte..
miles the bed of the railway is sup- The negotiations with XMr Flaler
jzhad been completed only a f,.w ,layt
ported by viaducts built upon the whaa ben a proposition was madfw nl
coral reefs that surround the coast wh.n a proposition was ma.e in-ol
of Florida to the iouth. ing. if accepted. the sale of Ihe. and
Mr. Flagler's venture i believed to So great a sun, was offered for this
have been more expensive than that land that the original loan r b:: which. Mr. R11,,ers now makes been paid off. and the agent who col-
through communication from the w wleted these negotiations. a tiincier
s(a to some of the coal fields of West who was formerly controller of the
Virginia. currency at Washington. r.c.'-i.- als
Mr. Flagler,. while companionable his honorarium $150,w.on. ltiag C.i
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The monthly meeting of the "Wo-
Mr. Montholon 4tkinson spend! the Miss Sarah McCreery is one of the man's Club was held at four o'clock
4ay i Ocala Wednesday. most beloved and besl teachers that Friday afternoon at the club roo:is
has ever instructed the pupils of the;,.-h a good attendance.
Mrs. J. 0. Lucius is spending a few High School. a-;d her party Friday Hocker called the meeting to
4ays with her parents at Oklawahe. night for the glacuating class was a
delightful compliment to them, and order and Mrs. Lloyd read the min-
Mrs. K. B. Johnosn of Lady Lake one they appreciated to the fullest. utes of the last meeting, which were
baa been the guest of Miss Daisy Bell Miss McCreery has taught this class approved.
during the past week. ever since they entered 'the ligh The report of Mrs. D. W. Davis,
- --- school department and there is a very chairman of the club house commit-

L Prof. and Mrs. W. W. Smtih of An-
boony were noted among the visitors
la Ocala Wednesday.

Mrs. Frank Newport of East Lake
b, ben a mong tbie Lake Weir visit-
ors ia Ocala hibis week.

Tw cantaloupe and watermelon
years are beginning to put in an
-rance in numbers.

M Mr. Alfred Proctor of Pedro, one of
arion county's most substantial cit-
s,. was a visitor to Ocala Tuesday.

A little daughter was born to Mr.
Mrs. Goolsby at their home at Sil-
8prings a few days ago.

cordial bond existing between teach-
er and pupils.
Miss McCreery makes her home
with the Jewett family, and it was at
their cozy nome that she gave her
party, Miss Jewett assisting her '.ery
delightfully in entertaining her
guests. The class colors, black and
gold, were the motif of the decora-
tionh, sunflowers and coreopsis being
prettily used.
The guests at this pretty affair
were the graduates, Misses Adele Bit-
tinger, Maggie Lytle. Lucile Moore.
and Messrs. Robert Anderosn. Marion
Pelot, Walter Liddell, Gary Leck
and Phil Robinson.
The following 'teachers, Mr. J. H.
Workman, Miss Lucy Haley and Miss

-Qtcu OUDI lFInrt worip qov

>I M 111ouste ruiwi e ei a" o pr eti pa- !.
Mr. Lawrence Marsh of the Lynne In the hall, parlor and library, ta-
Iot wa among the visitors in the bles were placed for the playing of
city Tuesday. progressive anagrams. After this
amusement was concluded the young
Mias Zemp of CG den, S. C.. people had much pleasure in putting
Itlg Mirs. J. G. L.ege at her pretty lit- together a number of jig saw puz-
tie bome at Woodmar. tles

Mrs. E. L. Carney has gone to Sa- T' prizes were beautiful Ocala
variHigh School pennants, and the score
vaanah. Ga.. where she will spend a cr wr an te
Lw weeks with her sister, Mrs. W. cards were tiny gold pennants tied
oore Scott. with black ribbon.
After the games were over Miss Me-
Mrs. L.aird has gone down to Dun- Creery invited her guests into the
nellon. where she expects to remain dining room, where a delicious suppii
for some time. having accepted a po- as served. The table had as its
mition at that place. center piece a beautifully arranged
bouquet of sunflowers and coreoplsis.
Mr.s Al.h rown hi s gone to Ch:- .and heo chocolate' riiins v.,r. "n i e:-
tanooga. and Mr. Brown will join her'low bon bon dishes, the pretty silver.
in a few days. They .will reside in china and napery finishing the table

that city.

Mr' \V \V. Jackhsoni. a well known
EKl*-,I'ti' citizen. has glone to lakeiand
to pay a li,;it to his daughter andt
faniilx There

JuId.e- .1. 1). Heggs of Orlando. one
of the foremost la-yers in Florida, ii-
in attendance at thib session of our
Mr. Feltham. a prominent citizen

ten., the eight
Workman and

Covers were laid<
graduates and
Miss Haleye leiinl

ed at the dainty table. The iretty
place cards were hand-paintedl, the
appropriate design being a coreopsis.
The hostess and Miss Jewe t and
liss Fort served first a salad course.
which was followed by orange ice and
Between the iwo courses there
were a number of original nuts to
crack in the form of riddles the an-

tee. was read by Mrs. H. L. Anderson
and was favorably received.
Mrs. Burford made her report on
the fence that the Woman's Club
have built around the primary school
grounds and the treasurer was in-
structed to pay the bills.
Quite a number of other important
matters came up before the club and
were discussed by the members, and
several important committees were
Mrs. Bittinger read a letter from
Mrs. Coulson of Bradentown, asking
the co-operation of the Ocala Wo-
man's Club in the matter of a petition
for our bird protection, which. will be
presented to the present legislature.
The petition was signed by all the

members of the clhb present and will
he sent off immediately.
It was decided to have only two
meetings of the club each month
during the summer. The business
mepings will be h( Id on the first Fri-
days and every third Friday a silver
tea will be held. At these teas re-
freshments w ill be served, a program
rendered, and the members are priv-
ileged to bring with them any of
their friends.
Mrs. Van Hood read a paper on
"Civics," which was a very fine pro-
udlction from every standpoint. She
tou'iched on every department of civ-

i("s tind made many valuable sugges-
tions, some of which will be taken
ii! liY the clih liter on.
The club will give a picnic on the
golf links next Friday. Only the1

for 111111 ii ii tt- i re in iteo. iI'
all are' vm icnol int 1 ; v (-i ,,l'(

\t'ter I li'* divrnmmne

Mrs. EEld

C rrPic('Kl and 'rs. H. I,. Lee serv-
edl \ery ,ielight'ful refreshments., in-
elh:ding p)Inc'h, ice cream and cake.
which w'as very greatly enjoyed by
the ladies..
Mrs. F. I]. Mote sang a very lovely
song while tie refreshments were be-
:n,:- served.


Miss Catharine Hampton, who is:
one of Gainesville's most popular de-
butantes, is having a very pleasant
visit in Ocala with her aunt. Mrs. G.
C. Crom.
Wednesday afternoon, from five to,
six-thirty o'clock at her home on Ok-
lawaha avenue. Mrs. Oliver Girant
Weston gave a very charming little
tea in her honor, at which time she
entertained nearly twenty-five of the
young ladies and young men very in-
As the weather now is so delightful
for outdoor parties, Mrs. Weston en-
tertained her guests on the front ve-
randa anti in the yard. Rugs, tables,
cushions, chairs and benches made
the veranda and yard most comforta-
ble and attractive and an air of jol-
lity and informality prevailed during
the hour and a half that this lovely
little tea lasted.
Mrs. Weston was most cool and at-
tractive looking in whiFe, and the
pretty guest of honor wore a very
stylish and becoming gown of light
blue messaline, hand embroidered,
and made empire directoire.
The tea table on the veranda was
prettily adorned with roses and ole-
anders, and the tea was poured by
Mrs. Crom, and with it was served
delicious nut sandwiches.
From another table Mrs. Weston
served strawberries with whipped
cream and cake, which were indeed
most delectable.
Assisting Mrs. Weston and Mrs.
Crom in serving were their lovely
daughters. Miss Ollie Weston and
Miss Eleanor Crom. who wore pret-
ty little summer frocks of white.
Messrs. Harry Weston and Curtis
('rom also helped to pass the tea.
Mrs. Weston's tea for Miss Hamp-
ion was one of the loveliest of the
early summer parties.
Those invited to meet the honor
tpf'st were the following young peo-
ple: Misses Frances Anderson. Edna
Dozier. Lillian Thagard. Sara Davis.
Elizabeth Newsom. Sue Anderson, Al-
ice Bullock. Ethel Robinson, lope
Robinson. Annie Atkin"on and
Messrs. .1. H. Workman. E. .I. Mills-
Price, E. E. Robinson. J. H. Bell. Har-
ry Weston. Curtis Crom. A. J. Beck,
Robert Anderson. .lr.. Roland Blitch.
Frank Harris. .Ir.. Phil Robinson and
Mrs. Herbert Anderson.


Mrs. Edward Thomas Helve,!s'on
was the hostess at a small bridg .ar-

of Boston. Mass.. is in the city ,nM a MtS. CROM'S PARTY FOR MISS ty Thn;i.ay aiternocn, wnicn
visit to hi.s brother. Mr. George Fell- swers to them being found to be( the HAMPTON A TRAGIC DEATH gave fo.-Mrs. Hardaker of Tampa, who
ha. nfamis yothe.Mnames of the guests ;FrlsHnAt. Theser
ham. and family. names of the ests pres Thes as Miss Edith Piatt of this city was
riddles were exceedingly clever an(. ne of the small affairs of the week The sympathy of the community always & popular member of th so-
W. E". Allen. an enterprising mer- were the source of a great deal of en- w .s th bride-e party v'hich iMrs. (,. (' goes out in sorrow to Mr. and Mrs city set.
chant of Mcintosh. was among the jioyment. Crown .gave Thurs;'.y Niornin- for her Janmes A. Campbell In the death of Msr. .I. M. Dell of Gainesville. an-
hiusiness visitors to Gainesville Tues- Mis Mc'Creery is an easy and l- ely guest. Mis ('lharii:e Hlamp- their son, Janies A. Campbell, Jr.. other popular Ocala girl, who was
da -G4;inesville Sun. frl hostess. and her party for thp ion of (Giincrvill. who is her nce. which occurred at their home near Miss Johnnie,&in before her tiar
graduates was complete in every par- Th',e tables wereo entertained and this eity early Monday morning. riage. Mrs. Albert Birdsey, formerly
Prof. Joseph L. Wiley. head of the ticular, and afforded them an evening the aie was h rou.hl' delightful. I ne young man was ridin ghis I.icy- popularr and vivacious Miss May Mar-
F,.ssldene Academy. which has just of unalloyed and long to be remem- ai resulHed in Mrs. Jlames M. Dell cle home Saturday evening and ran tin of this city. were two of the guests
chWt'ed a very successful season, and bored pleasure. f (;aintesvill, making the top l core .nto a man on horseback, and the im- and the other players were Mrs. C. L.
Pa'ixeral 4d" his assistants, came down I
-al o Ocala Priday afternoon to attend I A Ewhich she very graciously presented bars of his mnichine with some force ers, Miss Robinson and the hostess.
o.i ssanl matters.ML Ea w pya
i school matters_ M__A__ Tto liss Hanpton. against his left side. and he was The game was played on the "ront
\1 .rn:- On \\eiesrln av ti, iltorloo ai. t five' The three tables were in the par- knocked momentarily unconscious. but veranda. and was very much enjoyed,
11t M:'cus Fran: is making mark- On Wednesday afternoon at fie
lo'. land vases of fragrant flowers he regained consciousness in a little the' players being nios-t enthusiastic
eI iiif'eovo"lMe'l-Iits at the Varieiv o clock Miss EsthNr \eaghers ia'.e
d iilm!rori iis ai the A' char ock mingly delight ul i tr th ers a placed about the room amongst the while and remounted his machine and ones. No prize was given. and after
S oin i etea especial Mts. lo i 1'retty human flowers formed all ex- proceeded on his way without any the game orange ice and wafers was
rani uit nu merchants. I less all tea especially for Mrs. Ralph Birds"e.
-ianKi ia l.1 n rli.ant ay he wis ll f(of a, Aaon. whor' Ra idaehi y. elingl pleasing picture. apparent inconvenience. On arriving served and during the afternoon the
's ti oli of our "mercian and Mrs. Arbh araker f Taa. Mrs. O. G. \Veston helped Mrs. home he told his father of the ecccur- hostess pass'l iced grape juice to her
S' c enjoying r alop visit here. C ron in serving a salad course when rence and the latter cautioned hini guests.
pwho i s enjoying i fo a visit here. the gaRnie was finished. \Vith the against riding his bicycle without ia Mrs. S. T. Sistrunln joiniwdl tlie play-
Mr r H. a m ad ve Miss McC Mi .et. chicken salad were served olives. pick- light and he said that he woult go ers at the conclusion of the game of
Mr itilN Mrs. Harr\ H4. Laphamn and were, Miss Mc(krfrvr". Miss hew(-tII,
I.1't. l n enl. hone' Wtedlnesday irom Mrs. Helvenston. Mrs. Culled. M.1s. .1. les. wafers andi iced tea. which was immediately back to town and pro- bridge.
a short visil with Mrs. lapham' pa- .I. Gerig. Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Schreiber. ost 'freshing cure a lamp for his bicycle while he REYNOLDS-GORE
,t in .lacksonilhe. While there. M..McConathy ard Miss Piatt. Those enjoying the game of bridge thought about it, which he did. Hp REYNOLDS-GORE
,t' l..i Mi ('Carrit' who Tea. sandwiches and cake wer, w vi'. Miss Hampton. Mrrs. Arthur Har- returned to his home and still felt no i Su a ftrnoi h,91i in..
t!s jst r,.tn-ined from Eurole. Sh,. -d o l e lol east vt ranrla of his laker. rs John Taylor. Mrs. '.. inconveniences from the uinfoirtuinaten . R-v.ils and Miss Virgin-
h- ianiio visit ht" i u hii a ,h hi r .Mis Dell. Mrs. O. G. W eston. and Misses collision, ibut some hours alter he re,- i. 1.r i, a h. i s
has io now t1o liaili to visit et' ilwai-tiful home. ar4 the hour at MJiss i a (;or -r'- niarried at ithe- residence
Vi hers' with r'. Biredse. ar Mr's. tLucile Standley, (;race Hatchell. Cargo tired he complained of a pain in his et h .it .t, ar
parents \ athhers' with rMrs. Birdsey and Mrs. o f the | fahei', .Jnes (Gore nar
Ha ardake,'t -as a e ,- ; lovl,1, little L- Liddlon. Annie Atkinson. Alice RBul- side, but the time of the, accident; had
Hardaker was a ve-y iov\ll little af- Connor. h:.. R-\ R. FI. Rogrs offi
Mr William P. Edwards accidental- 'air. as is ever,.vhing that is given at lock,. Etlhel Robinson and Edna Do- been so long passed that it di.d not ,a,_,.
% (.u, his arm qute severely estr rs e zier. occur to10 his parents that i was that (.ors ot r.
the i'Uh Ills the qUl. re r ; '*'a'hrs bor"e
la ornin on a butcher kni. Hampton woret, a very dainty that produced his sufferings. and .hey. ;, .., 1. ril',.,s th. o .
Fight i icheis hadl to be taken ;o s ,ip the ash. and .] ile his ae'idelt' i.. FACTORY little party for her was a lovely so- Sunday morning a physician was lu
tlot a serious one it is giving hint a cial affair., moned aml he- found his puls normal' is ein
nota srto s afltlnti kindis. This bti it a dry pro-t
create deal of pain. However. he w\\as .lMr. .lim Peterson, .itin at th' aE OHilt.CM andl nothing to eidicatoe anyv se-riois cili;. T* wile was ull ortliunatelv ah-
able to run his automobile yest lor(ay Taylor ice factory. was quite painfully'THE OCALA HIGH SCHOOL COM-C con(selqueVIC,s but on Suidlaviy night le .
afternoon, hurt early Monday morning at ihe MENCEMENT was taken vyry much worse and liel Th is a
aftrrm'ts. The bride- is a beautiful girl of
Plant. In some wanner his hands early Monday morning, and it was as- k n and loved by
fl. /i \\'- In i his *n t s(arre(-ily sixtf-nii. known and lov i y
Mrs. Ralph T. Birdlsey and hoe -lit- were caught in some part of the ice On \V ed -esday tihe faculty and eortaineld that he had heo'n having in-iher ieighbors.Mr. R. I. Reynolds
.ir ,d uRa lp h Tcl a ssdof ItheaO c al a .. I h emar rha g e s inasa n toblea rRto f dhanil'.'
tie son. Herbert Ford Hirdsey. will machinery and two of the fingers on graduating class of the Ocala High ternal hemorrhages and bled to dea. the bri-egroomn is a young man of
le.ave today for their home at Macon. nis left hand and one on his right choo issued invitations to their His death was a great blow to his sober indstrlous habits, careful and
(;a after a visit of several months hand were badly mangled. His friends graduating exercises, which will be family and a shock to the community, economical. He has been a very
here wihh Mrs. Birdsey's iot her, regret very much to learn of the acci- held at ihe First Baptist church on as very few had heard of the acci- faithful and trusted employee of the
Mrs. H A Ford. Mrs. Ford will ac-dent that has befallen him. Ithe evening of May the twenty-fourth. dent. Rogers-Tiller Co.. for the past three
company her daughter and grandson The class of 1909 includes Mr. Phil The deceased was a fine looking!ears He saves his money and no
homrn. and will spend some time in l Mr. and Mrs. A J. Burkhalter 01 Robinson. president; Mr. Walter Lid- young man, and was truly cut down doubt will be a prosperous man
Maon 'Williston have issued invitations to dell. vice president: Miss Maggie Lee like a flower. He was eighteen y.-ars
Moddnf asi RLS_

the marriage of their daughter, Miss' Lytle, secretary and treasurer; Miss-


Mrs. Otis T. Green gave a very love-
ly and original little party Tharawy
afternoon at her lovely home om takbl
waha avenue.
Mrs. Green is noted for the beew
tiful flower garden she has In the rr~
of her home and she also has a pretty
grape arbor, so Thorsdlay she had a
little game of bridge under the arbor,
nih I ....L I-.. .. -

w ii wit th i iovely flowers srf
rounding them formed a most delight-
ful setting for this lovely little fume-
Playing at the iwo tables were Mrm.
Green. Mrs. Clarence ('amp. Mrs. '4-
wrad Holder. Mrs. Jean Austin. Mrs.
'Charles Rh-inaue-r. .Mrs. ;eorge Me.
Keani. M1rs. M. .I. tHoess and Mr. J. C.
B. Koonce, and after th game they
were joined by Mrs. C (' Todd.
l;'ir;..lo r'y ive aid cadk, was servea
and this little affair was certainly
Very lovely.
j Mrs. .MKean inade t:.- top score,
and Mrs. Green pre.-entfed lbr with a
Ibouiqift of heaurifuil ;lowers from her
own ;arlfin. and lied with satin rib.


With all dluen modl,-sty we- believe
t, hlione p|ap.'r is ,h' it ost impor-
talln iri-titutiol in i n;tll a *o" n i : ai
the' ijeliiini thro'glh wti.'th the' town
speaks to th*- oitsid, world and is
the nila' ns (Iof' tlIt' (er'lople of rh. iwn .ul il \ niily.
Long a;go. insider ii:.sp;t: .lin. It was
written, \ No mani liv -th to him.-A'if.'
and this truth wa i.s r-\r rioer.- apper-
ent than it is todal No man can re-
tire from activity and liv e. He mot
know what is going on alout hib.
and the- world niust know what be lI
doing. The uis*e of the luewspaper la
the best plan by which this Ih carrie
on.-Oxford (O. News.


Col. and Mrs. .. M. Sparkman am-
nounee the wedding of tbeir daug-
ter. Cuthbert Wayne, to Dr. Relt
Jefferson. Wednesday. .May Il. at
their home on Nelraxka avenue. at 1

I Summer Shoes

Are here in every new

style for men. Easter has

passed but still stocks are

very complete with new

arrivals every day. Our

store is headquarters for )

Men and Ladies in all lines.



In all the best shapes

of these famous makes

and in all leathers and

all sizes


Thousands of stout women who have fancied that they met
have their corsets made to order, are now saving more than half
of their money, and enjoying greater comfort, by wearing the fa-
mous Nemo Self-Reducing Corsets.

Prices $3.00 to $5.00

heirvauer & Co.


of ai- ad wa jus budinginto



~-ttlda..w1iich -
.~i -~


IMM hag and my flag, and how It flies
ie lr and and my land and half the
word away;
SlWed adl blood red its stripes for-
lw w white and soul white, the good
ftrstbters' dream;
ft Maeand true blue. with stars that
Stem aright;
l glstrd guidon of the day, a shel-
ter tkrogch the night.

Sr.e* flag and my flag, and oh, how
much It holds!
r ?T r hau and my land secure with!",
S It folds;
W heart &ad my heart beat quick -.
at the alht;
OM-kle-ed and wind-tossed, the .. d
and .bhle and white;
1 $|one flag. the great flag. the flag for
M and you:
h1te&d all else beside., the red an:i
white and blue.

P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager.

FRIDAY. MAY 14. 1909

The Jacksonmvillel Met ropolis s'ii
to want all the- money collected iroin
taxes in Florida to go to tlie i oor,
fOwn-trodden office-holders.

The Tallahassee Cornfield Club wi
sa be able to feast on roasting car
W t are apt to get other sorts of roa-I
They don't mind their p'is and q s.

The sensation in Tallahassee ye
ltiday was in Speaker Farris decla
SI Representative Hilburn in con
tempt and ordering his arrest.

1Prank Clark was away off in hi
Uterances before congress, but th
Itr da legislature didn't help matter
Whei it attempted to rebuke him.-
Manatee Record.

Two American missionaries will b
tated for criminal libel in the Cong
Pree State. It seems that they hav
charged brutal oppression of the na
Ules by the oflecials.

Baxley and Osteen, white, wer
_g-d guilty of manslaughter i
Galaesville Saturday. They were trie
far the killing, at High Springs, of W\
IL Moreland, a traveling man.

Speaker Cannon is sprightly at 7:
nd stays a great many words no
Gaund In the decalogue. He continued
to wink one eye and have things hi
3a way In congress.

Mrs. Augusta Evans-Wilson of Mc
bi.e, the south's most famous author
a. is dead at the age of 74. Sh
ws the author of many books, an
Or mana. years had a popular run.

Editor Rutseell of the Brooksvill
Argus it entitled to praise for th
gealt improvement in his editoria
pwP. iot only with his respect to it
appearance. but its strength of ex

If a-rris. Hilburn and Clark are th
aldidlates for congress from the see
s" distnct next time it will not b
Sd lto pick tht- winner. Ask anybody
140 is well erued in the political
m.W -Ponsacola News.

D at of ouir bright exchanges bay
Mell1tvy exercised no control over the
~ariida legislature-referring to Sen
S Money). There's nothing in a
blks---it'a tbe' genuine article Iha
nrk*6 thbe miare go.

MIor Watterson of the Louisvill.
O1rltr-JouraIl rvgards the action o
eeWrnor Willson in pardoning ex
4er0n'or Tahlor as "an unwarranted
malIt upon the integrity of the peo,
ll. and Upoinl the honor of ihe ;udli
/ system of Kentucky."

Dy way of comment upon Ida Ta-'
bMi's remark that there are iwo .lohi'
t. Rorkefellers, the Houston Pos'i oil-
grvm that it would probably gi-e
IW. Rock*-feltr the jinijams if - SeW wfr" to :ell hni that there' ', .-
ite Ida Tarbells.

Mrs. Hleki Anna Boyle, convicted
m a accomplice in the kidnapping
Sthe little, \Vhitla boy. and sedtenc-
ad to INerT a period of twenty-five
pars la th*e Penns.lvania peniienli-
wv. threatiengis to commit suicide.
Wurdn iu blame her a bit.

S Te peach crop of Georgia. despite
Reports of its being so often kill-
d. will turn up with a different s'ory
U/ the' time contes A i'acbh h,,-o,







It seems very generally believed by -NATION ia from Tallahassee says th
From Sunday's Daily: A speial from a
Christian people that the giving of! m Sudays D out ow resolution produced an
prizes at card parties Is wrong. But Today has been set apart by If the American tarmer w, t out following resoluon lued an
!such a view Is not held by the editor clamation of those in authority-by of business this year he could < an ready M. Robnrsorted quite a sel
of the Living Church (Milwaukee). and with the unanimous voice of the Iup) $:;I;. &.u1.0(,<. says the Amleri(an llsaFio. Following is the resolutioll
;Instead of that, he engages in a stur- people-as Mother's Day! Review of Reviews. .nd li would e it resolved. That each and e'
'dy defense of the practice, at the It ought, and we believe will be. ob- have to sell his farm on credi;; f; ortl membe,'r of the house of l'rep
; same time expressing his astonish- served throughout the nation as no there is not enough 1nonev in ;h0? sniativ.s lwho signs his name heirti
jment at the report that the postoffice other day has ever been before. whole wrli ;o paiy him hiaf his; wpri'e. alr e 'o ole against he' a'c
'department will rule that "card par- Millions of editorials, millions of Talk of lie mnoney-mad trusts! 'hey ; d ,.'V. constit utional ain liein/'
ties at which prizes are offered to the sermons and millions of paniegerics might have reason to he mad if 'd ph.muich shall dcone before the holn eiI
winners are to be construed as ganib- will go out in love and benediction to ow\\tne the f;irms, inste:ild ;'le;" \va- o on till t end o t
ling, and the invitations to theoi to this bI st of all beings. itered.l sock. \'i n we \\' Ien' lr llib(r tlit t essi n rovie.l, thi;i I anyIv .''
be unniailable." Many will find his The mother deserves this tribute of tlie Aimne'ric iii e eirs e(i. h r who has pr(i-d. 'lr w'11 io
logic surprising. The idea 'that play-ilove and affee:iono and loday lhlie seventeen ,ays t: bvuy o. rt StualarIh d it to t( his conS cieit,.iii s lluty 1 o It'
ing cards for prizes is ganibling is. white flower should he everytli\\.tle' 0!. an'i eiinoutgh in 1t y to 1s for all;iy a;ijrnnt that is 11li
he thinks, absurd in itself, and fur- conspicuously worn. It should. indeed,, (' arne.i.e andl thl. stee, l tiist off ille in-
th-ermore, "the confusion of thought be Iliade a _day of _precious 1 1ne oryto" 0 ,lsial 1. 1p. Th1'0 s o)f lit'e rsts _ _____
which leads to it must greatly harper he1 presiding gellnius of every i.,lone t'nis 'lil' 'tille s___i_ ;tll _._iiil" _1_-_
those Christian workers who are iry- thIroiighoiii all this la(nd of ours. iiais ,of 'iie ,r. "n
ing to drive gambling out of conimnu- Tihe .-hrine of inotherhlood is hilt (lille' .*\i ''iii t ri ir., o. l 1Sum er."
nities ill which the vice has he'oli(e lllmost sacred' on this call-h. and l 'ore,' ti i 11i..i',ni n f It. 'iiumin. kin, ;il l ,11' S
eiitrenched." ThaT the piostoficc d i i we c n ku 'e' ill a,!tor;itintl I''our iw v .,,iil ldliy l:;11. : (.r. :l'
paiartmeit should lbe "so u nrifor!nliate forth our swe.i -st incomiise. \\'V... rit\ .\.x 'is. i-,: ;: ; ;. *tii \ 1'. 1' j
:as to fail to distinguish l eiwe'.'tn ini- ltHecalse is ]ai o e ,: i li;t 'l 1i i ',.i ,, iii ..--"i' : '' l
jlocent cartl playil-g and gait ing lollier's l' r 'i i' is of (o :i. h! f
see 's toi lii likely to res ill i i n in li ,::!r e!h cremation f;otl l-r't T]:: ,." t .\;, ,: ," . h I'-,t
'enohni oiitl.- i ijietl us to ; lae' i e on ] i," I i t ll:o- l." l i t, l t l r tfor ltl r f't' ) -, i: ', ; ." .
ltll'e g nllid thatl it is officially ( ,rli- sprin' g I pl:; of e ,.l' I ;' (i'i4. H ; :. \ .. . .' N i -
tied to sli l on i ll s l' :li plane \\ ', !, j i .
t ile foi ir r." T hi \vriter goes on to( w\ M i, i J: 'i1 I l ;' < oti to W I 1 ;I >.I- ." : ; .:a. ..W ,., '. ,, ,
list ing ul:ish : .l i t1"1 ') iwn: i::' do ]. \V" i! 1 ' . .. : ;

!i solli ,-t illlt' sa ll, i i l lf r' \- iii \\, l i I n-f,,!,. .,i : 1! 1 1l*i . *. '' 4' : o t . ... . ,'.o, ,1il'' ,.lli t .; ,i !:, i, :1110


Jing sonell binel I'imu i'm ; If i \v, :.,,.
1t11- r.ce'i oi \e "ry It', 1 ;1ail' in !'
true spirit of giving \woull in ;ian ;c '

(of la blin Tile f'e' ift : .1,rs- I 0;o.:
' irisi to ite wi rld is It |1,, ,1 T h'ie, ,;i.i;J "t< r ,l i : p .! 11y \. nii
which ini pell s -s to give 1itls iio ;,uic'h t l r 4 l'.n tir s'r;iti ; h:i iirn'l'i
oihbert, and ('iiis n s ti'n is a licor la tih: ;!h' lovy iray \ i.' ,' his I:.' in
inme in which to sul gest 'hat h ib' ;i(,acl t i l aini ri lo'llitU liill: ;. l h;1 '!llite ii -
of givin~, which nece'sstlarily involves e('r \ill w 11'\ 1'- t -'ita the atcl of receiving thei 1 ifl. is ill- .ers love hl;is no I iindtl'ry lin,. 5.
trinsically wrong. .Iother-ho 'e is I i jwa Iliat ii,,t \.,
"To give a prize is to offer a. gift lostes its luster': i; is a get'TiiI l
under conditions which, involve' some grows brigh'terl and stiroiger wilh i ai
degree of a contest as to the recipi- -it never fails nor fade's.
ent; the giver divests himself of the Let us consecrate ourselves I-.lay
natural right to choose the recipient in a memorial to mother. If possileI
of his gift, and instead, formulates let us make her name more' hallowed.
conditions upon which it shall be giv- Let us nol only wear an outward fow-
en. A prize for attendance or for pro- er to her praise. but let us provide
ficiency at Sunday or day school rests for her a permanent place in the <(ita-
ethically upon precisely the same del of our hearts.
plane as a prize tor the winner at Let us swear eternal allegiance to
cards. If the government intends to mother. and make her name lake'
penalize one sort of prize giving, it precedence over all others.
must logically penalize every other Mother, we salute thee! May thy
sort. name be hallowedI in every iongue!
"The essence of gambling is in the May God's choicest blessings encotm-
attempt, through covetuousness, to pass thee! May every hand be uplift-
secure from another that which the ed for thy protection, every knee for
other does not offer as a free gift. A thy exaltation and every heart for ihly
lottery is an indirect form of gamb- love!
ling, in which the prize is of such
value as to inspire covetuousness. and SHOULD BE NAMED FLAGLER
the contest for it a direct challenge The Tampa Tribune, in discussing
to that sin. The purchase of a lot- thi- naming of ihe new county to ihe
terry ticket or a chance, is an attempt north of us. says:
to secure a valuable article for one- "One new county has been created
self with the assistance of money by the present legislature, and it has
liuv-m ntf frnm nth r .e lnn i.uh ane .h*sleen o'iv'ii the nanio of the famous

Ipayi i ts i t Ii ipJ lll r't las ---- il c i --- - --- v, .% t ia U
o. are not intended as gifts. It involves winter resort, Palm Beach. There
r- a willingness to win by means of the was a general suggestion to the effect
e losses of other people. There are no that this county should he named
d prizes in a lottery; there is the sale Flagler county, in honor of 'the great
of an article denominated the prize, east coast developer. The suggestion
in which many join to pay an extrav- was an eminently proper one. and the
e agant purchase price, burt only one re- Tribune is at a loss to understand
e ceives that which all jointly have pur- why this name was not given ilt."
Il chased. The Pensacola Yews. in discussing
s "But the prize offered by a hostess ithe matter, falls into an evident ei ror,
K. to the winner at a card contest in- however, when it says: "Of all the
evolves none of 'these principles. The 47 counties of the state, but one bears
hostess is not competing for the prize the name of a public man. living or
e against her guests; it is her free will dead."
!- gift, in which the only element of un- The News probably meant to say,
e certainty is as to the recipient. And Florida public man., because, as a mat-
y it does not involve the principle of ter of fact, the majority of the c(un-
I the lottery, for the prize is not won ties of this state bear the names of
by means of the losses of other peo- notable men. For instance, we iave
ple. It is purchased. There is no Calhoun, Clay, DeSoto, Duval. Frank-
s loser who has made an investment lin. Holmes. .lackson. Jefferson, La-
e in tbe hope of winning a thousandfold fayette, Lee, Madison. Marion, Mon-
S-.more than he invested: it is a tranis- roe, Osceola, Pasci. Polk, Putnamn.
!action in which no party has been in- Taylor. Walton and Washington. I)u-
ijured and in which the impelling nio- val and Levy and Pasco were named
Itive is the expression of good will on for distinguishedl Floridians. Bu e'v-
the part of the hostess to all her ery consideration of historical justice
Guests alike, all of whom are Treated argues that the names of the new
Sexually." counties should be selected from
The writer of the editorial quoted Florida's roll of fame. For instance,
does see some shades in the (card- if a county is created from the west
playing l)ractice. He admits thal coast section of Hillsboroughl it ought
there are. of course. abnormal play- to be named Powell county, in honor
ers.. abnormal card parties and al>- of the greatest divisionist of them all.
normal prizes." Seriously. however,. thlie legislature
There are also conditions aiitend.i could not have done letter than give
ing stich gatherings that are I'epre- the' name of Flagler due honor lo] be-
hensible. Thus: stowing it upon the now Palm Heach
'To offer a prize of such relative county.
intrinsic value as to afford a tempta- --
tioln to covetluousiess is both the, The novelty ol the i present session
!height of vulgarity and a temptation of the legislature is fast wearing off.
lof others to sin. To throw (lie's and nearly everybody will breathe
whole soul into playing. 'to seek to freeir when the ime of adjournment'
win regardless of everything. to lose comes around. If we shall over have
one's temper at what may bhe uinforlu- a constitutional convention the mniem-
nate plays of others, to neglect l- l) r who will propose limiting the'
'ties in order that one may play- sessions of the legislature to every
these are to make of card playing a four years will strike a popular chord
sin. If one cannot play temperately and the proposition to return to the
aind recollectedly. he should 'touch convention system will win out. If
not .taste not. handle not,' precisely we wanted an office we would father
as any other intemperate desire such a movement.
shoulild impel one to total abstinence -


minrrET E


s Trees

' i: I

fold ;111 1 111 ,(' f S1 'ai 1 "I) ''le
I' i. l\ ;a ar' i l l, l as 1111 i 'i t as

itl ',:ii is, (Oft 'A' E
(r'. e t ie w )lv;ii'! hitiZe a roe.!i; I ron.,
ed C(hiisloillir Columbus ii ti,' \\i're
old i imin lhie revenues of Spain "ni
92Iort ii;'al a lre nhi itarly as wihe'I asto
thte ilings of hailwa Apolrieman f er's

all, erely 1m i rt bs lthat drop iroa'
inhe f er's table (oherwise Statnownes.
as agrius 0lliiral exportst) ve broighfor
him in enogh is n of namoreign monev.y ince
gaglS!2 o enables him. if he wished, o
settle the storrailway ho roblem once for
all, by buying very foot of railroad
in tlhe Inited States.
Such is our ieW farner--a ilan for"
whom there is no nani in anyelan-
guage. He is as far above the farm--
er of the story books as a 19|i 'tour-
ing car is above a jinrikisha. Instead
of being an ignc-ant hoemoan in a

barnyard world, he gels the news by
daily mail and telephone, and inci-
dentally publishes 70o trade journals;
of his own. Instead of being a tmon-
eyless peasant, he' pays the in''"rest
on the mortgage with the earnings of
a week. Even this is less of an ex-;
pense than it seems. for he borrows;
thq money from himself out of his-
own banks and spends the bulk of
'the tax money aroundI his own prop-j
erties. 1
Farming for a business, not for a
living-this is the motive of the row
farmer. He is a commercialist-a :
man of the twentieth century. He
works as hard as the old farmer did. i
but in a higher way. He uses the'
four .M's-mind, money, machinery
and muscle; but as little of the latter
as possible.
Neither is he a Robinson Crtisoej
of the soil. as the old farmer was. His
hermit days are over: he is a man
among men. The railway, 'the trolley.
the automobile and th,, top buggy
have transformed him into a suburb-
anite. In fact, his business has be-
conie so complex anld many-.ided
that lihe touches civilization al iorie
points and lives a larger life thani if '
he were one of lthe atolls of a crowd-
ed city.
All American farmers. of course '.
're not of lhe new varitly. The,
country, like i h(,' -i lhas its slul s.:
utit after having made allowance for .
'xceptioins. it is still tlrule tihatl Iie
i iti'e'd Staltes is the native land of
lihe Inew farl er.'', 1e is llie most
ypici human product that this (oiin-
try ha', produced, and the niost iimpor-'-
alit,. for. in lpit of its egotistical
cities. ihte I'niteld States is still a'
farm-based nation.-Twenti et h ('en-
f ir-v Farmier.

Earl P. Ailanis Wad a witf' and one
daughter living in (anaila. The wilfe
says that they weTt Ile\ Ver divorced.
and that he occasionally vcon ril)ittid(
1o lihe support of their chill.

The VWauchuIla Advl\ocalte sos of'i
a Tampa judge' dlispositn of fort y'
cases in forty-five minutes. \,which sets
us to wonlderilin wh lither ih;' v ere
pints or half pints.-Pernsac')la c i r-
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May 14, 19o9.


Local and Personal

Dr Rentz and Mr. George Rentz of
Waddell. Ga.. are visiting Mr. E. P.
Rests to this city for a few days.

Mr. L R. Chazal left at noon Mon-
day from New York. sailing from
Ther *or Europe. He will be absent
ter about tsx weeks.

Mr. B. Goldman. proprietor of the
Globe. who has been in Savannah on
bisetees for several days, returned
Isurday morning.

Mrs. Walter J. Byrne and little
d sagter. Carolyn, after spending a
coupl of math- In Ocala., have gone
to Auastom. Alabama. where they will
sped the summer.

DONT DURNK! But If you do, .
es. and get the best that money
e- buy. Itf It'a g od drink, we have
I. x
Ret George Gabbey of Cadizd Ky.,
has wired his acceptance of the call
(f the Baptist church of this city. He
comet% bearing the most flattering tes-

We saw a wagon yesterday with six
hundred cantaloupe picking baskets.
That means six hundred pickers. will soon be some activity go-
iaO (me in our cantaloupe fields.

-s.. for sale at this office, 10c. each,
or $1 a dozen. Apply Ocala Banner
sOt' tf.
Mis. Alta Pearson of Brenau Col-
. lt.e .lpnt a portion oft Ihe past week
in t lanla. attending the music festi-
sal. a' which Farrar. Scotti, .lonelli.
lMatti.1 aiwl a nuni.r owIratic stars sang

Midshipman Rober; Allen Lurfor.l .
I'. S. N., reached Ocala \Wednesday.
to spend several weeks with his pa-
rents, Hon. and Mrs. Robert .Allen
Midshipman Burford Ia-s recently
returned home front a iotr of t he
world with the battleship s(ll'adron.
and will have many delig.'ful stories
to tell his friends of his remarkable
trip, and of the wonders he saw during
his trip Midshipmnal Ihlrtord's many
friends are warmly welcoming him
home. They have watched wit' in-
terest and pride his advancement. I le
was graduated from Annapclis before
he was twenty-one years of age, and
during his course won titany honors.,

a.r-i ic Ocala in h best possible which he has added to since his grad-
IaIlltn-'i nation. Midshipman Brm-ford's ship is
uh of Jacksonville the New Jersey. which is now s;a-
Tha,- Woman j tial to the legisla- tioned at Boston.

un.. ,inmt: that hlody to appropriate Col. Rotert F. Rogers of Ocala. one
2.':..,HN, petr annum oi o of the hire of of est known business and pul,-
the' c i'ts for the improvement and lic men of Florida. is stopping at the
maiti-tn*'11a'le of .'Ihe- State Reform Hillsborough, while visiting Tampa
S4-Ithll at Marianna.- on business. Colonel Rogers is among
o d s the wealthy Floridians who strongly
Mr William Anderson and issfavor the Iayment of the Wailes
Su P Anderson have returned home claim, and lihe expressed deep regret
Iron) Port Inglis. where they have that Colonel Wailes wasm not given an
I-.1n vii iting Mrs R. A. Alfred and opportunity of bringing suit by the
Ms ber a for se-d.eral weeks and present legislature. "The claim is an
has een away for several weeks and absolutely just one." said he. "and
Mr- An.lerson joined dr last week. should be paid without any conten-
W' are headqartes (or all good lion whatever. Suing onl the c!aim
m w tre, at and drink. Good service should not be necessary."-Tampa
sad prompt attention. Hogan. the Times.
w kobey MaB. x
tiune friend o f the editor of the, Demo-
Srat. wat in he city the first the he Los Angeles, Cal., May 2, 1909.
uek. a guWest of his brother. Mr. Har- To the Editor Ocala Banner:
rus. agent for the Seaboard. Years The Florida visitors are here in
ago. Neil Harris was a printer, but he full force, and I have had the pleasure
has reformed. and now holds a lucra- of calling on them. Those I met with
tire position with the Seaboard at are pleased with what, 'they find here,
lake Citv -Live Oak Democrat. and were right glad to see a familiar
face after so long a trip.
I say. do your drinking at Hogan's Will Taylor and John Carney are
place. There you find pure goods. Ho- fairly bubbling over with enjoyment,
gas. the wmall order man. j and I would not like to guarantee
FOR SALE-41 acres best farmlithat they will eve go back. except.
land. adjoining city limits on south. perhaps. to pack up.
with good S-roont house. ell. barn.They are in Riverside today. but I
This propetly can be subdivided and will probably see them again on Sun-
for for from $10 to $200 per at're ,la'.
within one or two years. In the mean- .lust to show how small our great
time you have the best farm possiblecountrv is. John Carney wroteto the
id4etrack on the property. Price.i te
Son terms. Apply to Ocala Ban- head office of the Nitrate Propaganda
. O 4-9-tfw. in New York. from Florida, about ni-
_e y ly g rates, and he was referred to our of- ;
A large party of Ocala young peo i away over here in Los Angeles.
pie attended the ice cream festival at. Sincerely.a
.NtMOY Saturday night and report a R. R. SNOWDEN.
Msst enjoyable time. They drove up1
to Anthony and were given a royal Artist says woman is loveliest be- ,
ritcepion by the Anthonyites Those tween twenty-five and thirty, and a ,

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(S,'ieconld Su

(Written for th

What love do I bri
Full of love wer
The great lovely sk
Somewhat slight(

:,oi)udiy kInows- o(f t
To I.' ep ihe lonm
."ti)(,(!y l.i-iows ot I
Nobody kno\s-
".obo)iy listlens to
','i"ich kissvs onil
Noioly's lpaind I l
Nohody-only ,'Ito
No.;)o Of loving one at
.N tt;dy knows of t;
N.obodly-only li(
Nobody knows of t
Le st darlings ma
The siortms of life
Nobody knows-

Then who can look coldly
unspeakable tenderness and ca
him through infancy, guided hii
hinm through the perplexities of
of a fondl mother? Her claims
nature, and cold must be the h,
A mother's eyes are mag
To draw him up to boyho
They are putt out by met
Dimming the pure calm o
A mother's eyes the groi
The goddess pilot of Aml
Steering his bark to isln(
He seldom reaches. Lo!
Those isles are covered -
That only drift there thr
Touching the shore in sil

IN 01

Remembrance from her T
And then a mother's eyet
And through the soul's da
New lighted from the sk:
With thoughts of innocent

r. Clifford C. Ayer. son of }ion.

and Mrs. Alfred Ayer, is in Ocala for
a visit with his parents. Dr. Ayer
was graduated in dentistry last week
from :he dental department of the At-
lanta College of Physicians and Sur-
geons. after a splendid record. Dr.
Ayer has not yet decided where ho
will locate, but will probably return
to Atlanta. where he has a brother
and two cousins practicing medicine.
The Ocala friends of this young man
are glad to have a visit from him.

The Ocala Metropolitan Banwl at-
tended the big Aoamsville picnic Fri-
lay. and received many encomiums on


Miss Mamie Taylor was the last of
the club hostesses to en- ltain the
Ycung Ladies' Care tiub, end the af-
teinoon with her on Saturday was one
of unusual pleasure.
A heavy rain just before the hour
for the party made the afternoon a
delightfully cool one, and a refreshing
breeze blew all the afternoon, making'
the playing exceedingly pleasant.
There were five tables in the two
big front rooms of this lovely old
home and the twenty young ladies en-
joyed a merry game of progressive
whist. Miss Esther Weathers and
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston made the high-
est scores and they were each given a
perfectly lovely little pink silk pin
cushion, with the daintiest of em-
broidered linen covers-tr6phies that
were very much admired.
During the afternoon the hostess,
assisted by her sister, Miss Margaret
Taylor and Mrs. Scott and Mrs. New-
som, served iced grape juice and later
pineapple cream, cake and salted al-
Those playing were Misses Margar-
et Taylor, Esther Weathers, Meta
Jewett, Susie Fort. Sarah McCreery.
Alice Bullock. Pauline Sullivan. Vale-
ta Potter, Ethel Robinson. Mrs. M. .1.
Roess. Mrs. J. H. Taylor. Mrs. Arthur
Hardaker. Mrs. Ralph Birdsey. Mrs.
C. S. Cullen. Mrs. W. H. Powers. Mrs.
(. R. McKean, Mrs. Harvey Cla,-k. 1
Mrs. Sandford Jewett. Mrs. C. H.
Lloyd and Mrs. E. T. Helvenston.
The presence of Mrs. Birdsey of Ma-
con and Mrs. Hardaker of Tampa. two
former members of the club. was ai
great pleasure to their friends.


irk windows gaze like doves, the mountains of prayer and sorrow -- -
y. and fill it thus that overtop the valley of suffering. Have a full %q'x-k of 'om J1a bft
ice and dreams of love. Let its morning glow bring with :osy a1 Burial Ouerhflt. -tw-iaml give to
beams the recollections of the h-appy Hurial werv1, e .
days of youth: let its moments fall Embolming to 0 '
--- ----- ,like 1,,nediction kisses from lips :hat __
.- .- jare now colId: let its noon-tide fall in .
RECEPTION TO U. D. C. imeriodianal splendor from a zenith of!
rs. Flagler receive e love. let its vin shadows test
dMrlas.H M. e ersr o heceiv I Fla with healing over tired hearts, and in
delegates and members of the Florida the ,lisk of its e'venin,. when famil- Iw
V. D. C. Friday afternoon at 5:15. The ies are gathered iand the soft bondsI
reception was held at the Ponce de of home affection bind heart to heart; I,,' rdf
Leon, which was opened and lighted aroounl the fireside or the porch where, Thi
throughout, thus giving the strfingers the roses bloom and are covered by ars ht yiessinq s?!th
an opportunity to see all parts of this the delws of the May evening. let the year-unil y ha 1tIoy
famous structure. Refreshments were tribute1 of a kiss and a hand clap hbe of the largest q buai eanlosi
served, and the afternoon with Mrs. paid to the mothers that are with us. in this country--i the t t to
Flagler was a great pleasure to the anld the' oblation of a tear fall for evideneato
Daughters. those that sleep' X ."- SpM. Qu--

Mrs. R. H'. Barnett has gone to Mr. .J. Biernian is conttemplating, O WootsS ee&
Fort Myers on missionary busi.ess. visiting his sister this summer, who' We are hemIsdrra r
Before returning she will visit her lives at Tunis. Africa. Tunis is a _- "_ .. *

Earth full and hea
Than the full m
Nay, say a heart f
Holds earth and

Angel Mother! When a litt
beside you, and place your pre
you taught me of "Our Jesus,
when exposed to numiherous tern
checked, and drawn back, by ti
head. and there came with it yo
Deep is the fountain of a
the purity of the sweet south b
of violets. The tear drop speak
does the language in a mother's
sanctuary of her heart is fraug
upon her as she sings the lulla
r1 ad the index to her heart's
lovely case of ber countenance
which she presses her darling t
ihe care with which she watch
lau ? How quick she catches
toolstei! WVith what earnestn<
as the sound intrudes! Does it
How s\veel the voice that quiet
blocil of but one heart sustain
an I bilhl. Did you ever behol(
r'e',(linig light of her child's exi
':il. \\,.ird(s cannot portray the
uji:,)ii her countenance. When t
* imotlions agitate her: when hol
,zrit i overwhIelms her. The si
like that of the sepulchre. It se
There, is a charm in it-il is
::trailed gushles of a mother's l<
ill. ;iid "(Iel a imotlher's cool han
le';. At such a tuime youl canl
igs than iher language can exp
wvitl which she sympathizes wv
\vitch :1",-4 su:pli'; your wants-
oi l,:(>:he !o\r. which is uince(a
'>.::t' 0i :.,-';i', e o ; one 11 byI
\' .1 .-wt pit l altel ltillom her, ill(
i.4 I';!- e lieh ftei s the full we
> !l( 'I~ts ilint ct: l'iotsl 'y imbibed.

Miss, .lessilu Martin cameo home
Satutea.ta frnn D)unne-llon. where she
.p,-w a da. or two with relatives. She
vo. 11 d.,vw ii 'o assist \vi:h the music at
ti '-tu*niii. ne-n'l lt 'li ,I \.e'rcises of the
Ilunn llni Hl tigh S('h(t!

Wh n a t ntil a quick meal. drop
ino Hogan', ca('-. were you'll find
everything in se:..-on on the bill of

41 it hanld Itoy- ha%,- returned tronm
.da!n.-"\ill.-. h.lire' they attended the
t.ig piI~iic F'riday. There were 641f)
too-ttiv pIresent. Of course the music
was \ rt mi'i enjoyed. Our band is,



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r s D.y From Sunday's Daily: Of Rsafis stref esal&atby a
I ) (By B. H. Carroll, Jr., brother of' A serious problem whieh presets. tN
Slai in 1 .,; yIJ) ^'our Rev. C. C. Carroll, in Houston self to every mother with girls to ratie,
(Tex.) Chronicle.) inthesedays. Theexlgem aesof seb-M
Mother's Day is to be observed as life, the hurry and routineof every-4d
ie Ocala Banner.) a sacred memorial duties, the artificial envlr et
a sacred memorial occasion in Hous- modern civilization, make it O
ton Sunday, May 9. difficult to raise strong, bheae y girlt
ing you? The earth There is no greatness for a nation than ever in the history of the w .
e far lighter, above the greatness of her citizens; Boys raise themselves Oft the=
ky full of love there is no loftiness of citizenship that room, give them liberty, nd they wit
er. is not planted by a hearthstone and grow up healthy at least, withbot mwe&
is not planted by a hearthstone and worrying. But the girls preset a a-.
ven full were less cultivated in a home, moulded into ous problem.
measuree given- shape by the flexible fingers of love How manymother.themre whew a
u-ehe heart and hardened into enduring form by worrying about their daughlies. Nm
the fires of affection, and there is no vous, puny girls, with poor, eaprlstos
le child you used to bid me kneel home where a mother is not. So for appetites, bloodless, listless, a eoAst
?cious hand upon my head, while the sake of all that is worth while anxiety to the mother. How shall she
" and how to pray. Since then, in citizenship and the forces that solve her problem? To whomshall
stations, I have often felt myself mould it, and acting in accordance turn for help? Eac h ewe to
hat same dear soft hand upon my with a suggestion embodied in a pro- less a study by itselfrli
our gentle voice in blessing. clamation by the mayor of Houston, solved by any general rule.
mother's love. Its purity is like Mother's Day will be observed. prt b M sl.r wshopyemotersOMlvPredt
>reeze that breathes upon a bank Mother's Day will not be celebrated Avproblem. s lO., i P a letter t tt
aks not half its tenderness, nor with salvos of artillery and the Bartman, say.s: "My daughter AI.
s smile betray all her nature-the crackle of musketry. The four years of age, was a puny. sk-kly.
:ht with untold virtues. We look red glare and bomb bursting in air, ailing child since she was born. I wav
iby to her infant, and in her eye stirring though they are, seem cheap always doctoring her. When we eon-
affections. We may study the and tawdry when used to celebrate a menced to use Perunashea rew stre.Ig
e, and mark the tenderness with relationship so holy as that of mcth- and well."
o her bosom-did you ever mark erhood. Rather that day will be Another mother, Mrs. Mar ;*,-'1,,
es the place where sleeps her in- opened with salutes of kisses of filial R. F. D. 5 Chippewa 'alw.. i.-1-- ..a .
the low sound of an approaching piety planted on withered but beauti- says: badur littleoghand w. tI a s.
tss she gazes at her little charge ful cheeks by dutiful sons and daugh- run-down condition." d hehadh *t

move? Does its slumber break?. ters, and in quietness anti beauty and doctors, whocould give thehtihld I.--
ts it! Surely, it seems that the reminiscence and letting the thoughts lief, and the mother no enour.g'.. *'.
is the existence of both mother travel back over the years will rev- Finally, she got a hottle ,,f l' r.*t
d the mother as she watched the erence be done to motherhood. and commenced giving it lo I,!. ** ,
istence? It is a scene for the pen- Little children will lift rosebud and it proved to be ju.t wh-'t .',.
love and tenderness that lingers mouths to the mouths of young moth- needed. When sheocomme.need t;k.:t
h, last spark has gone out, what ers 'that are as sweet and fragrant a Peruna the child had to Iw arrwsel.
e has expired, what unspeakable nesting place for kisses as their own, Nrow the mother says she i paying
lence that follows that scene is and boys and girls will gather about Heround allngword wther: Y .time.

lenis too holy a nature to disturb. the knee of her who is at once play- done a great deal for h,-.. ?,e '. the
a charm hallowed by the unre- mate and friend, philosopher and only girl we have, and it imart lA ".:
guide and guardian angel, and grown us to have her cured."
d pressed closely ion youir fore- men and women will place protecting These are samples of many tes-ters
d pred oe fully a suootrs foel. arms about shoulders that have be- which Dr. Hartman is re,..viingr. .r.m
read more fully- a mother's feel- gun to stool) and take in their hands Ing straight from the he;ari- of l.,%tnin
iesh yhomu the wling enrness fingers that tremble after years ofl mothers. While the different mihsols
ith you; h willingness wihing srvic and thank God that of medicine are hiekeringanddffdlrtng
-all serve to lrepre'senlt the secI't- as to theories atd re,,nedip. |.r -an
sing. Her children. as thety al- ngothr has bn spared to becom es right steadily, -n ,.ivfnr pwritinleit
olt., into ti world, but though Igrandmother to thetr children. and 'to relief. After all. ,t 1 .-ire, the
tO. t he toution sps rlo add her loving presence to their home. people waut. TI.eories are ol lite
ight of the action. eases tof i Anl then there will be still others, ecoLunt.
themselvs fathers and mothers per-
haps, who have themselves fell time's
he work it mak,-s frosting hand on their hair and with- ROD ERT SINC I
it logetler, ring touch on their cheek, and they I U UUW
Ie steps it taks, will go oil to the cemeteries and by i Ol
the side of low, green mounds will i IOTAR UBLIC
(hildish wots, weep over what they have lost for
ly slother.; Parth, and yearning, as when children. FIRE INS DANCE L
,ia'ghty blows' to lay on mother's breast their ,ear- ACCIDENT inSU RANCE SMT
ied little heads, will silently say:
he lessons caught. 1 Office 5, Gary Block
lotlher, "Backward,. turn backward, oh, Time, OCALA. LORIDA
he patienc('e sought. in your flight;
other Make me a child again. just for to- -
I night.
he anxious fears, Mother. come back from the echoless JERRY BURNETT,
y not weather shore.
in after years. Take me again into your arms as of e
bitt mlothert, yore:meC 0n 0l
Over my lumbers your loving watch T I
upon a mother? Whlo, after the keel): t A A
tre with, which she has fostered, Rock me to sleep, mother, rock me to OCALA, FLA.
11 through childhood, and advised sleep."
manhood, can speak irreverently FinPSt Imported and om
to his affections are founded in Or, giving a loftier meaning to the tic cloth
heart that can deny them. words of Lucile, say: SEIA
nod: then like stars. My days know the not, and my lils FITS OUARANTtO
eoric youth. n aname thee never:
f their holy rayt Thy place in my poor life is vacant .
) nuheiman forgetsa forever : fc ^' ri XAC Af
option's sea. Yet wherever this nature of mine is i
ods all unknown most fair,
in dismal wnreek And its thoughts at- the lulrest. be-
winh the wresk ofhiloved, thou art there.
uith the ghosts of ships And whatever is noblest n aught that
ough Oblivion's night, I do,
ien(e.D AEIs done to exalt nndl to worship thee, *U R A L
LD AGE t. i0 H R
portrait lifts the veil And so the, say: "Let Mother's Day DIRTO TO &
s look forth again. come. Let its sun rise bright over D R C O

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MaMsft lik 1i New 0Moving Couty Con.ilsone Call anElec- New York Produce News Says Yield Senator McCreary, in his Gainesville
MPN- O and Vicinity tion for a M5iOO lasue ; Will be Large and Quality Sun, throws a most beautiful anli fra-
pWal to the bat Isste of the The Southern Argus of Brooksvllle, Exellent grant bouquet at the other members
Mk Pdee News fro differ- in Friday's issue, says in part: l A representative of the New York of the legislature, but inadvertently
SIemt l Marim3 county follows: "Pusuant to the call of the grand: Produce News, in a Saturday's special plays the tragic role of the eagle, who
t Martial thtbema eaon is now jury, citizens from several portions of to 'his paper, says that the watermel-i in his proud and imperious flight,
Ma to date this place has Ieeen Hernando county met in the court on and cantaloupe crops of Marion arops the feather that afterwards
Ider i.a shlpents. Besides house at3 o'clock p... Saturday lasts county this year will no doubt be the guides the shaft of the buntsmlan to
sand held a good roads mass meeting, ii
* bmoa shpmants by express the After the object of the meeting had finest as to quality ever raised ere.his own sad heart.
on had shIpped 23 carloads up been stated, a motion was made and! The watermelon acreage is about theI "Mack" says he has either been a
Weitmday algbt. passed instructing the chairman 'to same as last year, while the canta- member of. or has been around
Wedrick. Reddick. Iowell. Mcln- appoint a committee of five on ieso- loupe acreage is larger. 'ihlere will Florida legislative sessions for t-ien-
h. Omter Hill and Anthony have lutions. The only questions discuss- probably be shipped from this county i -five years. and not only convinces
Slipped a5 average of 23 cars" ed were the building of good roads, from May 25 until June 1 about 1650 his readers that lie knows heeof hli('
day. The beans have netted the raising the money necessary by direct cars of fine watermelons. The canta- s1)eaks, aut le has alundantly "qa l
ers about 75e. per basket, and as taxation or issuance of bonds and the loupe crop of Marion county will befieI" as an expert and an "alienist"
p are Al stock the price is not amount of money to be raised, the about 200,000 crates, or over 400 cars,j on the question of intemnper'ancc' ur-
*actory to the growers. The bulk amounts of $25,0bo and $5,o00o being quite an increase over last year's ship- ing this momentous quarter of a (en-
he lshipents have gone to Boston. considered. The committee brought ments. They will begin to move in tury.
I wtern markets are getting very in majority and minority resolutions., small lots May 10, and carload ship- He tells us in eloquence that's writ-
. Green beaas have been selling The majority resolutions favored an ments by May 20, and continue until te iii letters of the living light, that
her thai the wax. appropriation of $5i,u00l for good June 1. hee is less drunn(ss around Tal-
W comai week there will be roads, and the issuance of long term As to the quality il is best to quote iahassee at this session than since
My beta shimtents from all these bonds with which to raise the money. Z. C. Chambliss of the Munroe & the days of reconstruction.
ts ia the vidltty of Ocala, but it The minority advocated an appropria- Chambliss bank. who. in an interview We lift up our voices and rejoice
. .. ... ,.;ih him h ,icau~ii of this fact. and

W WW up the crop for the season.
I- average crop per acre is 50@60
i-adL. The quality this year is un-
mimei, particularly the wax beans,
eikh are the best, both as to size
Squality, ever raised in Marion

IL to o strange that the growers
*l -et realae over one-half what they
sae as Armour cars are used, and
Wh m they get their share there is lit-
Saftt for the growr. The rate fom
NlU to Bostoe is 83c. per basket,
a "t of th Armour gets 20c. for

Ow growers shipped five cars. 1733
-etas. One of the cars arrived at
Sp. im., Saturday. The pickers will
S work Saturday afternoon. Mon-
d be did mot get the car loaded and
Oew Atlatic Coast IAne charged him
S5 demurrage. Armour's bill for ic-
ta was $3444.60
The late rains have benefited the
eves wonderfully, and watermelons
aI cantaloupes are looking fine.
There is a very Irage acreage in this
e. ~ai aud things will begin to hum
about May 20. The growers will just
about finish their bean crop when the
emataloupes and melons will begin.
0 *
Ocala Melons May 25
There are about 300 acres of water-
melons In this vicinity. Shipments
wtfl begin May 25 to June 1. About
426 acres of cantaloupes; first ship>-
smats about May T5. There are also
about 15 acres of cukes ready now
aMd Al stock.

S* .
Martin Has 175 Acres Melons
There are about 175 acres of wa-
termlons at Martin. Shipments will
began May 25 to June 1. Also 300
aLres of cantaloupes ready for mar-
ket May 16.
Truck Acreage at Lowell
There are about 25 acres of toma-
toes now ready for shipment: 15
cres of cukes now ready and Al
stoek: 4.4t acres of cantaloupes and
Ssacres of watermelons. Canta-
iNopes read about May 15: melons
about May 25.

Reddick Has Splendid Crops
There are about 110 acres of toma-
toes at Reddick. or ir cars. ready
May !.': 20(W acres of watermelons.
ready June 1; s41 acres of cantaloulpe"-.
reoaly May 24:: also 12 acres of cules.
v.ely May 15. Splendid crops of to-
matoes and cukes here.
* 0
00 Acres of Cants at Anthony
Between 4401 and .4M acres of can-
taloupes and watermelons are planted
at Anthony. One grower has 200 sicres
of cantaloupes. Crops are fine.


The t went y-second annual meeting
of the Florida State Horticultural So-
clety will convene at Daytona on May
IN. 19. 4 0. 21. The meetings of the
s ociet have been growing in imior-
tance and interest from year to year.
and the twenty-second meeting' prom-
tees to lw no exception to this rule.
The railroads have granted to the
members a rate of one fare. pls 25
cents, for the round trip. and th- ho-
tels are making a rate of $1 to $2.
The people of Daytona are preparing
to entertain the members with a
S steamevr ride on the famous HaPfax
river, and also to give them automo-
bile ride through the beautiful .ven-
Wec surrounding the city.
Besides the attractions that the
Daytona people can give. the members
c a enjo> all the pleasures that a
. beautiful beach can furnish. where
both fishlng and thing can lw' en-
joyed between the meetings

oio n of $25,000 for goou roas., te with Me iNews representatives, saLi..
amount to be raised by direct taxation "There has never been in the history
in five years. Five-sevenths of the of Marion county a finer or more
mass meeting voted for a majority healthy appearance of our watermelon
resolution, two-sevenths for the mi- and cantaloupe crops than right i.ow.
nority. A resolution was then passed We are going to have a banner yield,
making the vote for the majority res- as far as quality goes. and the grow-
olutions unanimous. There were some ers expect a good price. Here is a
differences as to how the money cantaloupe that I picked this mo-ning.
should be raised and the amount ne- How much will you bet that I am not
cessary. but the sentiment for build- ready to ship by May 10? Our crop
ing good roads as soon as possible has never been as early or good be-
was unanimous. It was agreed that fore: the vines are healthy and
all differences should yield and the strong; we have bad some fine show-
people be unanimous for good hard ers. and the growers will soon be
surface roads for Hernando county." shipping in carload lots. You can also
The county commissioners. at their say that most every produce paper
meeting on May 3. acted favorably on overestimates the acreage of our
this petition and the Argus makes crop. or they get the acreage from one
the follownig editorial cornment on 'small town; anm then the acreage of
the situation: the next town, and often the same
"The county commissioners have acreage is given by both, making it
done the proper thing in deciding to twice as large as it should be. I have
call an election for bonding the coun- always found the News very correct
ty for $50,000 with which to build in this respect, and I am glad to see
hard surface roads. Nothing can add you giving the growers and buyers
more to the prosperity than a system correct information."
of good roads that will reach all the The first shipments of cantaloupes
tertile lands and largely populated next week have been sold in quite a
portions of the county. Fifty nhous- few cases for $2 2.50 per crate, o.
and dollars is not too much. and bond- b, 'track. They are carefully graded
ing is the sensible, practical, business as to size. and run 27. 30. 45. 54 and
way of securing the money. Our 64 to a crate, and are loaded 400 to
county commissioners are a wide- 610 crates per car. The average rrice
awake, patriotic 'body of men, who are per crate last year for cantaloupes
willing to do what the people want was $1, but this year the quality is
done as far as they are able to ac- much better, and no doubt the melons
complish it. They listen to petition will command a higher average price.
and reason. They do not presume to The crates cost the grower about 15c.
be the dictators and masters for the net, and a greater part of them used
peIople. but their servants. And in are manufactured in Ocala by the

listening to the tall of the people
for a bonding.,eedtlon they have again
shown their wiTITngness to assist in
the building up, progress, itnprove-
ment and prosperity of the county,
which has honored them with its con-
fidence and suffrage. It matters not
tnow much a citizen has opposed bond-
ing in the past. if he is sincerely in
favor of good roads he will surrender
his private view for the general good
and vote for bonds for good roads."


"If ,.\,r r'r,., ;1 'oyh 1: ri'iu.u
,iTX. i I. "hlia t T t .t.'" d(tclares
.1r-... I.. All. y of .-.als. Al.... "for. at-

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11^ 'r-" > \rr -I, ;r. trins i.

''r up. 1., 'r:ip (' :, Thr at :tiini in
.h *-1< r 'l.'as it:'- suprhr"'n .'"r. ;aill
.41 Tr;ial litti fref. i;] lby
TylIas & (',I. Im

Ocala is the county seat of Marion
county and a wide-awake. mn',)rn
city. The business men are intr!.y
all farmers. Marion county is almost
in the center of the state and includes
a large acreage for agricultural pur-
poses. It is high. dry and rich in soil
particularly adapted to the successful
raising of melons, cantaloupes, cu-
cumbers. cabbage and beans. Not
only is this coun-ty one ef the fore-
most in the raising of vegetables, but
has the staple crops of corn and oats.
Dr. James C. Boozer, assistant mana-
ger of the Commercial Bank. has now
on exhibition at the bank two very

fine bundles of oats.-New York
'.cIe News.


Meditam at se-ance-Is there a
Mrs. Kersmith illn f(T audience' Her
first .'usban, wishes to converse
with her.
.1Mrs. KorsnmithI-There, is. but vyou
can tell him I don't car'e to have any
confabulations with him Tell him
that when I went to collect his life
inm-lrance I f i n. -..*' i, .* ,--

Ocala Manufacturing Co. This sea-
son will average about 60 crates per
acre if weather conditions remain fa-
The watermelon crop will run to
large sizes and will be 10 days earlier
than last year. The larger sizes av-
erage S00(4@1000 per car. and smaller
sizes 15004)2000. First shipments
f:ave already been sold for $150@ 175
per car for the good stock. The fol-
lowing buyers are already on the
grounds: H. W. Pratt. of Collins,
Pratt & Grace Co., Boston; H. A.
\\arner. representing L. W. Kinney
& Co.. Boston: R. W. Kellum. Ocala,
Fla.. and C. H. Mathis. Ocala. Fla.


One of the best measures introduc-
ed in the present legislature is a bill
fath.r'dl by Senator WVest. It compels
sheriffs to have appointments of 4e(p-
uties confirmed by the county com-
mnissioners, and provides that no dep-
uty shall carry a concealed weapon
unless actually engaged on official
Some of the deputy sheriffs who
are running about loose in the state
are thoroughly disreputable c!harac-
ters and frequently produce serious
disorder. Having the privilege of
carrying a guni. they use the w,'apon
to maintain reputations as "bad mien"
and display the shooting-iron on the
slightest provocation, whether on of-
ficial business or not. They frequent
the lower class of saloons. and. pro-
tected by their conunissioners, pro-
yoke and engage in fights. insu';ing
peaceable citizens. flourishing the pis-
tols which they are supposed to use
only in defending themselves frorm
attack. On a number of occasions
this class of deputies has figured in
Tampa police courts. "having raised a
list urhance in a saloon while under
the influence of liquor.
Mr. WVest's bill. if it becomes a
law. will do much toward stopping
this indiscriminate appointment of
unfit persons to the responsibility of
peace officers. If every such ap-
pointee is required to stand the scru-
tiny of the county commission-'rs and

we mingle our briny tears of joy more
copiously on account of the knowledge
of this reformation.
But publish it not in the Floridian!
Tell it not on the streets of Gaines-
ville, nor Tallahassee!-But Senator
McCreary. like the editor of the Flor-
idian. has QUIT IT!
Anil this accounts for the MILK, in
lieu of the BOOZE in our cocoanutss,"
and for the attendant consummation
to which, he so dramatically refers.
Again weeping with him as Alex-
ander because there were not more
worlds of it for us to conquer, we
must now turn from the brilliant rays
ot the Gainesville Sun to the "Milky
\Vay" of the horizon, only to look
with sorrw upon the "buttermilk"
where "Three Feathers" stood before.
Oh. it's pathetic all righ-t! But our
tears are larger than these blasted
exclamation points (!!!) and really
we have no other way of expressing
the deep-seated sorrow we truly feel.
So please excuse us while we weep!
-Jacksonville Floridian.

It might pay Frank Clark to keep
his eyes on Hilburn. He's.- careful,
big of brain and long of legs. and can
run some when he gets started.--PIn-
sacola News.
You bet: and he's a good mixer with
th-e men and a prime fa vorit. with
the ladies, who. while they do not
vote. have great influence with vot-
ers. 'Nother thing about Hilblurn. he's
always on the right side 'of public
questions. lie may not want to go
to congress, but the people ar- not
going to lose sight of such valuable
material for use in some high iosi-
tion of public trust. some time.--Pa-
latka News.

Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will
cure Blind. Bleeding and Itching
Piles. It absorbs the tumors, allays
the itching at once, acts as a poultice,
gives instant relief. Williams' Indian
Pile Ointment is prepared for Piles
and itching of the private parts. Sold
b: druggists; mail 50c. and $10.
Sold by Tydings & Co x


A large nemptyv black bottle was
found Saturday morning. tossed out
into the street. UIpol it was pasted
a slip of paper bearing the words.
"(lone DL)ry."-Tallahassee True-I e-nm-

The statement of alln etinent IIhy-
sician that whisAtey is not a remedy
for snakebite promises to Ibecome l it
burning subject in FIoridla -St Pe-
tersburg Inde)pendent.

The Tallahasseet Sun ob..erve.s that
the prohibition amenilnient |jassel the
h-ollse on April 2:,. and that of one
hundreds legislator's voting on thle
iieiasure. 22 men tried to soenl il on
tli' .2:!' route but failed. ---PFensaeola

When lthe vote. wa- aittiountce( last
Friday that gave to 'the popl' I the
right to express thtselves at the
ballot box next Novetmber upon their
prohibition question,. the \water reser-
voir across thi street from th'' cap-
itol was seen to run over with jo-:. -
Tallahassee Truie Democrat.

The question. "-What is Whiskey?"
may soon he changed in Florida to
"Wher'e is whiskey?"

Editor Williamson of the Floridian
takes a philosophical view of the sit-
uation. He says: "Oh. durn the
booze! We'd rather have buttermilk,







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W There is Jton
scarcely any limit to the I
possible improvement in seeds,
butit takes time and money. We have
been improving flower andl vegetable
seeds for over .0 years. More than 2ooo
people are working to make Perry's
Seeds suit you. Buy the best-Ferry's- =M M i-
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So adonday the
at OrIS. the C neday of June, 1W M
to V te t dLt for MaLron. or so much thereof as ill be
p a ther a Utdue for taxes herein set opposite the sau e toget
a advertising:


Galley 2

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McBride.. ......lots 234 blk 3 r 2 wofSpring
St Orange Springs .......... | I
* ... .ot 2 3 4 bk 3 r 3 w of Spring
t Orange Springs ........
XlMa A 8 Bonham.. W% of lot 1 blk 4 r 3 w of
Spring St Orang e S rng Springs.. .7
r B la r....... ...allofblk4 r 2eof Spring St ,

SU Pine Lbr Co.. o e Springs.. .. .. ....
.. .e..... lota 16 27................ 311123 '
SMcGehay .. .. ....% of ne%4 and e% of se%' i
Unknown and nw% of se'% .......... 32 11:23 2,40
Rot Bvn ..... n% of nw% s of Orange Creek 32 11 23 35
Bro .. ..... sw of swl %......... .....3311123 40i
iNre L Co. .... ...."nw -of ne% ...............34'1123 40)
Meminag L & 0o .......e% of swA and w% of se34
Wm and ne% of se% ..........351123 2001
WLN ** *... ......... corn 140 yda w of se cor...... 35 11 23
thence w 140 yds n 140 yds e
1 t of..... 140 yds a 140 yds........ 4
I Ha Est of.. .. n% of nw and sw' of nw%
and nw% of sw4.... ......361123 160
and Co,. Ld....sw% of ae%...............361123 40
know.... ........*nw% of ne. ............... 251124 40
lr IA ndCo.. Ld.... ne % of sw% ............25 11-24 40
H ag L & I Co ......*a% of sw% and se' .........251124 240
LL .Megs ... .. ..***...W% of aw% of nw% ... ......2611 24 20
Ina .L & I Co...... ..% of s% ... ..............271124 1601
R Cale ....... *........ 7 chs aq in ne cor of swa.... 2811.24 5
T J k ...... ... **....n% of nw% of sw% ........ .291124 20
T J Prink.... ... ......w% of sw'A of sw% and ne%
ef sw% of sw% and nw% of
se% of sw% 9............. 2911 24 40
Holmes Beckhamr........ ne% of se% of sw'A and s% of
se% of sw ... ... ....... 2911 24 30
'nknown... ......... ... n% of ne% a of Orange Creek 29 11 24 40
Inakown ...... ... .... w% of nw% a of Orange Creek 30 11 24 60
Andrew McBride. Est of.. w% of nw% ex 6% chs n and
s on n side ................ 311124 67,
Marion Erwin..... .. ....s% of aw% ex 9 chs sq in ne
cor of sw% of swA......... 321124 72
Jno Herpen.... .... ..... ae% of ne%..... .... ........ 31124 402
Andrew McBride. ESt of se% of se% ... ... ... ... .. 3211 24 40
Henning L & I Vo.. .... all of ex w% of sw% and ex
nw% of nw% ......... ... 3311 24 5201
P G Gay 4& Co...... ..... allof..... ... ............... -1219 640
T J Cone...............s% of... ... ... ...... ... 1411219 3201
T J Comne...... ... ..... all of ex lots 1 to 8 inc Smith's I
sub... ...... .. ........ 15 1219 206
F J Boyer.... ...... .. s% of lot5andot 6 ex 10 chs
sq in se cor... ... ... ... 1511219 951
J C Vandaven.. .. .... 18.50 chs e and w on e side of I
se% of nw%... ... ... ...2211219 371
R N Smith.... ... ... ... com at nw cor of Aredonda I i
Grant... ......... ........ .22 1219
thence e 22.70 chs s 7.46 chs 1
w 7.60 chs s 4.25 chs w 15.10
chs n 11.71 chs.... .. ...... 23
Heirs of J L Vandiven .. corn 887% ft n of sw cor Arre-
donda Grant.. .. .. .. ....221219
thence e 1965 ft n 887% ft
w 1965 ft s 887% ft........ 409
J V Gerlingion...... .. ...lots 1 & 2 or w 2-3 of Arredonda
Grant... ... ... .... ..... 341219 340
Mrs E I Hamnond.. .... 'n of lot 1 and ne'A of lot 6 |
V S G survey.. .. .. ......22 1219 301
H F & W 4) Messer. ... nw% of sw%4 ... .... ... ..... .P26 12119 401
I A U nnett.. .. .. .... nw14 of sw%' ... ..... .....127 1219 40|
Fdma B Peacock.. .. .. nwi4 of sw'4... ... ... ...27 12119 401
Mrs J W Smith.. ...... 's e% of sw4 and sw%, of s-% 34 12119 8 Est ,of A J Mayfield .. 12.50 chs n and s by 40 chs e I 1I
and w on n side of nel und' I I
1: int ... ... ... ... ..... 36-12!19, 2"
J p Brg nn........ .. w 1-3 of Iots 1 and 2 Plat Booki 1
.\ page 46...... ........ 1 1220! 10.
Unknown ........... ...!so4 of ne', and ne t4of seA! 1112T20 S0O
I'nknown.... .... .... 20 chs s of ne cor..... .. 22120'
thence v 71.84 chs s 19 chsl 1 |
\ 5.16 (hs e 10 deg s 14.27' i
c 'hs -2'5 dog s to Magn'oia' 4 1
irt-e e 7 deg s 44.56 chs n
440.26 chs............ .... 247'
M M imonto.n I.. em 1 ch n of s, coir of Inek..| 3112,201
S ... th*enc" w 15. chs n 16 chs e 13 I
Schs 1C chs... ... .. .. ... 1 -.
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Sn and s in n- c.or... ........, 7 121201 10(1!
j j Rnhbin .... 15.81 chs s of ne cor....i 7 12.2(0
thence* w 80 chs s 24.1 cvhs e '
S l chsi. n 24.19 chst.. ...... I 19:>
S........ n of w 2-3 cx 15 chs e and wt I I j
by 35 chs n and s in nw cor' I 1 1
and ex 12..50 chs e and w on! '
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Ht4ro of E N L'Engle .... se% and s R of ne 4.. ..... 112!20 2407
J P Lazier .. ........corn at ne cor of sw'%........'151121201
thence w 10.02 chs s 26.941 I I
chs w 10.02 chs s 16.28 chs n I
89 deg 30 min e 11.10 chs s 861 I
deg 40 min e 9 chs n 43.94' '
chs. ...... . . . . . . I I I 601
( ea .in .... .t.m 17.96 chs s of nw cor of ne! I I
S a n.... *.... .. ..... ...1612!20! I
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6.36 chs w 6.36 chs.........I I I 4
p (, G"ay a Co ... .. .. n% of nw% ... ... ... ..... 16'12;2.1 80l
S Sa C. .... ne% ex 840 ft e and w by 107, I 1 I
SG ay -** ft n and s in nw cor..... .17'12'201 143.
Mrs L 1 Vhittlngton ... corn 17.50 chs s of ne cor of nwl I I
.. .....................117112201 i
thence w. 20 chs s 17.50 chs I I I
e 20 chs n 17.50 chs.. ...... i I I 3
.rs e. Reve5 .......lot 5 sub of sw% .......... 17121201 201
Mtr c-rrie R ves,. n- n of e% ex eg of h of I ,
n a .. % of se........ ......... .17!12120 751
W T Tyl. .. 54 chs n and s by 19.26 chs n I -
M Taunon... -and w in ne cor. ... ... .....1l1220 10
G..of sw ................... 1 1220 804)
S GaY n .o.......... 40 chs e and w by 25 chs n and! 2 1
g Du. nl ... ... .... s in se cor... ... .... ..... ..lS1 10
....21.62 chs n and s by 37 chs e
Jas Little... a****.nd w in e cori Arredonda] I
Grant....... ............ 219 1220 801
... 21.66 chbs n and s by 22 chs e{ j
DR Little.-. ""* *and w in sw cor Arredondal
Grant.... .. .. .. ......'2012120 46'
,n. ... s of so%' of ne'A Arredonda I II
Caroline Johnm... n * sGrant ..... ............ 211220 20)
Sp Klkland............nw% of ne% Arredonda Grant 211220 402
jP Kirkand.....- com 10 chs n of sw cor of e'4 ;
j P Isti".......*. ** Arsedonda Grant...... ....221220

thence e 10 chs n 5 chs w 10
chs a 5 chs ..............
lot 6 Arredonda Grant subof 231220 13.50
SgMr johnn o ....* pilot 12 Arredonda Grant sub of 23 12.20 10
F oyd.. :...t!. of lot 43 Arredonda Grant 3120 5
Wilson Floyd.........I sub of.....................31220 5
C Harris.... ... ....ots3 4.1 fract U. S. G. sur- I
c . . ..*ey ...*... ... ... ... ..... 19 12 20 1191
... com at nw cor of lot 4 fractl I
Sg Uttl... .. survey.... .... ......12011220

min e 9.50 chs n 16.13 chs w ,
9.46 chs ... ... ...... I 15.50
I0 ..........lot s and 4 fractl I S G sur-.0 I
$ G ty 'o ... .- ...Y. e. ..... .. ....
.. 7.3 chs n and s by 6.95 chs el i I
Jo wens....** .. .and w in ne cor ofo nw%..-2512l0 .-'
N.lot 7 Flemington ...... ....27120 1
t o o .r .... ***.. 70yds e and w by 14 yvds n I
Hery r ...... and s In ne cor of w of nw l 1
1, of ne 14... ... .. ......... 33! .1 .0? -,
'11201 200
.....e% of ne' and se' ........ 13312120! 200
'' M 'Nair... .. *** of ne% and s "' of nw j *-I I
J ..rNar .. *** -* an d of sw% and wI ,of 0 31 0
S and %e 4 of se s ...... .13412!20 320!
3-4 of e .. ..... .. .....136.l!01 24
S Irvine .-- -_T .. 6.9 chs s and 3 .7 chs %w-I I
p~pe't .t Y~ of ne cor................ i21
thence w 3.36 chs se with R R
1.39 chs e 1.76 chs n 1.1.. c-hs! ..23
.....e- of lots 2 and 3 blk 3 Fred- I
.I. .I Beric'k ... ... .... ... ... ..I -12211 2"
blk 24 Simonton's sub of 34.0041' I
nw .......- .. ... ... .. ....... 6!12211 10
lilk 14 Simnntonto's sub of 3m"I! 1 1 I
r 4teH r. tr t r .. .. .. ... .. ...... 6 12 211 1
lots 3 and 4 sub of... .. ..... . .12 l 0;



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2 66

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D1 56
i 2 66
S1 561 Mrs
I 5 16 W

2 16 Mor
5 16 j r
1 56
1 33
1 33 Mor
5 97
1 12
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68 Bar
1 12
2 16
1 86
i 1 56
-1 66
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3 77

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1 63 Mrs
3 77
1 2 66
2 66
2 66 Ah '
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H Kimmon. ... ..... 8 acres on w side of lot 22 sub
of G I F C grant... ... .... 1222
Townsend......... ne% of nw% ... ... ... ..... 21223
ning L & I Co... ... .sw% of ne%. ...... ........ 31223
nown... ... ... .....n% of ne .4.... .. ... ....... 5 1223
th & Sylvester...... w% of sw% ex 1 acre to church
T & T. ex... ... ... ..... 5 1223
Pine Lbr Co.... .... nw% ex 10 chs e and w by 15
chs n and s in nw cor of sw
% of nw%4... ..... .... 51223
Pine Lbr Co... .... lot 1 ex 6.39 chs e and w by 20
cha n and s on w side and
lot 16... ..... .. .. .. 6 12.23
Fort... ... ... ..... lots 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 23...... 612-23
Pine Lbr Co... .....lots 15 and 28.. .. .. .. .... 6 1223
ning L & I Co...... lots 17 18 and 27... ... ... .. 6 12231
Pine Lbr Co.... .... lots 1 2 8 9 11 12 18 19 20 22 o
23 24.. ... .. .. ...... 7112231
Pine Lbr Co.... .... w of nw4................ 812 23
nin L & I Co.... .... e% of ne'4 and ne \of .se1 .... 10112i3J
pire Land Co. ...... sw% of ne%. ..... ... ....,1012123
>ire Land Co. ...... nw% of nw%4.. .............1212123
nown... ........... neV of nwV4 and w .1-4 of s0. 16:12'231
nown... ..... ........ lots 22 and 23... ... ....... 1S'12'23
a A Brinson... ...... lot 4......... ... ... ..... 1912 231
Meggs... ... ....... ne Aof nw% .. .. . .. . ..212231
Burnett... ... ...... se' of sei ... ..... .. '36.12'23
Fort. ...... ... .....e of e 0 of nw'4 and s'e ,,of
sw% and sw'4 of nw'1 ..... 441:''_24i
of Andrew McBride.. nw 1 of nw' ......... ...... 4 12 2_'4



68 Est of Andrew McBride.. lot 1... ..... ... ...!... :1.'24!
Marion Erwin.. .. .. .... lots 2 3 and 6...... ... ..... .. .,12:4
Hodges & O'Hara.. .... lots 8 10 11 and 15. .......... 1224
3 J J Fort...... .... ..... s_, of noe 'and n'-1 of nw\4 6:1224!
F B Harper ... ... ..... nw4 of nw14 ex nI14 of nwt',1 !
|of nw14 ... ... ... ... ..... 612124,4
-7 I'nknown... ... ... .... 1 of sw14 of nw .. .. .. 61224!
Isylvester Smith .. ...... ... *4 of nw14 . . . . .... . 6 12124
791F B Harper....... .. .. s\ of se4...... .... ....... 61224;
J J Fort .. ... ... .. ... ne of se1 .4 . .. ..... 2'
34 .of Androw McBride .lot .. ................... . 12244
24 Tilghman & Sons.. .... lots 4 9 and it... ... ....... 124

30 S 01
150 21 21
22 2 93
2 47
2 97
1 72
401 4 24
20 2 47

331 4 84

a 2 32

15 2 51

15 2 81
20 1 77
153 13 6S

32 3 26

sh & Bartlett.. .. ....lots 95 96 97 sub of..... ...... 117 12121
? Guerrant.. .. .. .... lots 5 6 11 12 13 14 19 20 21 281 I I
29 30 37 and lots 10 22 27 e j I
of R R William's sub.. .... 118112121
Smith... ... ... ... s4 of lot 1 fractl I' S G survey2o0'1221
N H Whitney ....... lots 1 and 3 blk 4 Orange Lake21 1221,1
dlica Morris......... lot 3 blk 6 Orange Lake..... 21!12121
rtin & Thagard.. .... lot 6 blk 6 Orange Lake...... !21112i211
Mathews... ... .... lot 3 blk 7 Orange Lake...... 21"121>
k1 Martin... ... ... .. lot 5 blk 7 Orange Lake .... 211221
anda Brown.... ... ... 11t 1 blk 11 Orange Lake.... 21212l21
,* Racket... ... ..... lot I blk 13 Orange Lake... .;21 12"21
.Mc('arley... ... ... all of bik 3g Orange Lake.... .21 1"'21,
n,,v.'n ... ... ... .... lot 25.... ... . .. ....... .,5 .i
i Thagard ...... ..... .e% of sw% ... ... .. .....i2S112;21"
S ith... ... ... ... n, (f e of ne .. .. 291221
S. Martin... ... ... .. sw, of ne'4 ex 42f0 ft n and s;
by 525 ft e and w in nw
cor. ..... ......... 1. ...,29 122!
i Thag:rd.l........ 421 ft n and s by 52.5 ft and
w in nw cor of swj% of nei [ j
1/4 ...... . ............ ... .. 2911221)
L D Flowellen.. .... 15 chs n and s by 10 chs e and i ,
w in ne cor of nwl 4........1301 21:'1
B Waddell... ... ... 15 chs n and s by 10 chs e and! -
w in nw cor of ne14 of nwl
.%....... .... .. ....30112f21
rris Mordica.. ........ ei of ne/4 of neY4 .......... 31|12121
SIrvine...... ... ....all of s% w of RR 3.......... 31i1221
Thagard ...... ..... w% of ne% of nw% and 10
chs e and w by 23 chs n and
s in ne cor of w% of nw%.. 32 12 21
rris Mordica.... ... ...corn 12.65 chs s of nw cor.... 3212 21
thence s 27.27 chs e 17.52 chs
n 16.92 chs w 7.52 chs n 10.35
chs w 10 chs.... ...........
bara Latson.. .. .... 210 ft sq in nw cor of se'4 of
nw%... ... ... ... .... ....331221
:on Turner.. .. .. ... corn 690 ft w of ne cor of nw% 33 12 21
the-nce s 1320 ft w 164 ft n
1320 ft e 164 ft..... ........
rris Mordica.. .. .. .. corn 5.50 chs w of ne cor of nw I
"i .. . . . . . . ... 33 12 21
thence s 10 chs w 5 chs n 101
chs e 5 chs.... ..... ..
C curry. ..... ... ... 10 chs n and s by 3 chs e andl
w in ne cor of sw%4 of sw%133 12 21
S ilson.... ... ... ... ne4 of se% ex 7.50 chs sq in
se cor... ... .............133 1221
ter J,.ikins.... ... ... sw% of se4 ex 70 yds e and w
by 140 yds n and s in nw
cor......... ... .. ...... 331221
lter .T.-nkins....... ...w % of se% of se%........... 33 12 21
ira Turner.... ... ....nw% of nw% of nw%4........341221
Light.... ... ... .... 680 ft e and w by 1275 ft n and
s in sw cor of se4 of nw%..134i121211
. \ ..iais... ... ... corn 418 ft w and 418 ft n of
se cor of seV4 of nw4 ...... 36 12 21
thence n 418 ft w 418 ft s
j 418 ft e 418 ft.... .- .....
"' Butler. .. ..... .... lot 1... ...... .. ... ..... 1222
<" Butler......... ..... nw% of nw% and s of nw 2422
and n% of sw% ex s% of
B nw of sw ... .... .......25 1222
SButl,.r... ..... .... nei% of se'4 of ne% and se%
Sof sel of ne% of ne%4.... 261222
SBurl-.son.. .. ...... com 6 2-3 ehs a of nw cor.. 26 1222
thence e 30 chs s 16 2-3 chs
w 30 chs n 13 2-3 chs......
) Burleon............ 16 2-3 chs n and s by 30 chs
e and w In sw cor of nw4
Sex 7.07 chs sq in sw cor.... 26 12 22
P Merriam.. .. ...... iw% of se%..... ... ........261222
Sara Tomupkins ..... 6 2-3 chs n and s by 18 chs
e and w in se cor of n% of
ot 4.....................281222
x Pattcrson.. .. ...... lots 2 and 3 Book 1 Wilbur's
B plat Citra........ .. .... 12' 22
Parr... ... ... ..... ots 1 3 4 blk 11 Wilbur's'pla"
Ci ( tra... ... ...... .. . .128 12221
SE .... .. ...... lot 2 blk 4 J A Harris's plat
Citra... ... *...*.. **.... .. .
, Wartmann- ... .... lots 1 and 4 ex 116 ft n and s'
on n end of lot 1 bik 8 J Al
Harris's plat Citra.... .... 12 22
;ckstine & Co. ........ lot 3 blk A Steeles ad Citra.. 12"22
ry JacKson... .......lot 1 and <-.. of lot 4 blk HI
Stoole's ad Citra.. .... ..1 1222
ry Jack-son... ........% of lot 4 blk H Steele's adl
ad Citra... . ........ '" ...1222
,. Daniels .. .. ...... sw'4 of ne% and nI/ of se 4 of
nw1 .. ...... ..... .......311222
Ramn.y... ... ...... 02 of se%4 of nw%.... ......3112"22
.t Bro,\n... ........ 10 chs n and s by 12 chs e andj
w in se cor of seP/. ex 4.50J
,h!4s sq in se cor and ex 1401
y<,s e and w by 70 yds n andf
s in ne cor ........ . 32 12 2'2
Stearn... ... .... .. 'om 8 chs w of no cor of nw %4 331222
thence w 2 chs s 8 chs e 21
chs n 8 chs.... ....... .....
TDouglas.... ... ..... 1.58'., chs n and s by 3.16 chs)
o and w in sw cor of se% of|
S nw ... ... .. .. ....... [33 12 22
- .,f J L P Bishop.. eor 10 chs w of se cor of nel
Sof nw1 ...... ... ......... 33 12 22
thence w 4.15 chs n 6.90 chs *"
w 89 Iks n 6.73 chs w 4.96
'hs n 6.37 chs e 10 chs s 201
chs ex 2 acres in nw cor to!)
church and ex acre in nel
cor to school .... ........ .
Klls......... .......0om 5.30 chs e of nw cor.... 331222
thence e 4.20 chs s 10 chs w!
4.20 chs n 10 chs..........
' Douglas...... ..... se1 of sw% of nw4 ex 1.50
acres in se cor........... ..33 12 22
Green ......... .. .... of swi4 of se4 of se'4 .33 1222,
Jame s... . ......... s of se'! of se' of se1 ... .33 12 221
SDouglas...... ..... corn 60 ft e of nw cor of ne%
of sw . ..... ... ........ .. .133 12 22
thence e 95 ft s 150 ft w 95 ft
n 150 ft . . . . . .... ...
known ... ... .... . oni at sc cor of nw 1........ 33 12 22
thence n 13 chs w 4.45 chs n
41 Iks w 6.42 chs n 6.40 chs
w 3.36 chs s 8.63 chs w 1.15
chs s 76 lks w 5 chs s 3.98
chs e 6.32 chs s 6.34 chs e 13
chs to p o b... ... ......
Douglas ...... ..... corn at se cor of sw% of sw'|34 12 22
thence n 7.67 chs w 13.62 chs
s 2.66 chs w 6.37 chss 5 chs
e 20 chs... ......... ......
Ellis......... of sw% of se%........ 351222







2 51
1 12
1 77
1 56
1 '6
1 77
3 33

section 21 and............. -2 1 1 1.
Mrs. C C Reddick.. .. .. w% of sw... ... ... ... .... 2 4
Flora Henderson ....... 8.81 chs e and w by 13.66 cs b
n and s in nw cor of ne% of
nw% ........ ... .... ... 2.. I i a
R C Williams.... ... .....420 ft sq In sw cor of nw%..261
H Bradley ... ... ....... corn 14.93 chs n and 3.20 chs w
of se cor of ne% ........ 271l 1
thence n 3.16 chs w 3.16 chs
s 3.16 chs e 3.16 chs.... ....
Foster Brooks.... ... ...corn 1022 ft n and 424 ft w of"
se cor of ne% ........... .271 21
thence n 8 deg w 2M9 ft to R
R x 10 deg w 560 ft e 319 ft
n 548 ft......... ... ... ... 4 4
A M Martin.... ... ... ..all of fractl....... ... ... ... 25 1,21 S t 1
F E W.-atherby ......... corn 4 chs n of se cor of lot 14
sub of J B Grant.... .. ... .. 21
thence w 6.25 chs to n bdy of
lot 14 e 6.25 chs s to p o b.. W 1
I c" Ellis.................. se% of nw4, ex 7.95 cha sq In
nw cor... ... ... ... ..... 11M332 2.2 M
T F & A B Harrison .... s of se% of nw'% of se%.. I -1133 Z
Sou Pine Lbr Co.. of nw% and el' of msw%,
and se'4... ... ... ....... 3 1322 2,M0
Tropical Land Co., Ltd.. nw% of sw%4... ... ... ... 31323 1 ,
Maria Cabarras.... ...... w% of nw%4... ........... 4 132& a
J 0 Mathews... ... .... nV2 of se......... ...... ... 61322
R (' Douglas.... ... ..... 140 yds n and s by 195 yds n* | |
and w in se cor of, nw f ..|10113.., &
Christian Ax... ... ..... n% of nw% ... ... ... ..... 14113221 M a
Fla French Phos Co.. .. nw% of se% and s02 of .<41, andl l
w/2 of ne'% of se4 and w'I I
of ne% of ne% of .. 1I3|322~(~! 1$ 4
Lafayette Jackson.. ....e1 of ne'% ex ne% of .-'% ,of, I
ne% ex T arnd T ...... ...114113i-21 ;73 0
Lydia Daniels.... ... ... 7.o0 chs ,o and w ,on e iol- ,of',i I |
ne'o of sw14...... ..... il.. 911 2 1 1 2
W\Vn Caldwell....... ...- w 1' of 4w f ,,f s+-,4 ........... ls913 t2 I
.\ E Farnham... .. ....... 7..'0 c.hs n and s by 6.75 hs< *1
and M% in se or of n.*-4 ,of I
'14 ... ...... ... ..... .. .; I I 314'2. S. 1 ,
Mrs E C L-.... ... ..... c'ti, at nw ,or of ., of s-,v' ''113'::.
thet-ice s 13 ths -' l's A 11
Shs l~ *chs n h.s w x
.khs . . . . . 3
(nkn.\n... ... ... ....f 1 *lhs n :I1nl s hv 3.1-, an I

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Empire Land Co... ..... s% of seU and se% of sw!%12212251 1
Unknown... ... ........ ae% of sw%4... ........... 22aMS 1
L E Gammon.... ... .... iw% of ne% ... ... ........2 IZJ1 I
A F Freeman. ......... w% of sw%' of se%... ... ..351t 25
Unknown... ......".... 4 of seU4 of se%...... ... 36 1i25 M |
Empire Land Co....... w% of ne% and nw% and ne
4 of sw% and nw/ of se% 26 12 25 I3 s
Empire Land Co... ...... n of ne%4... ............. 271225 a s
Otis Andrews.......... w of sw%4 of sw4... ..... 271225 2
S F King......... .. ...,nw% of se% ... ... ........ 321226 4% I
S F King.... ... ....... s.' of sw1i of sw'4 and ne%
of sw% of swv4... ... ....34 1225 M
Inknown... . ........ nwl4 of se4... ...... ......34 1225
Unkniown.... . ......... se% of se........ ......... 35 1229
Unknown.... . .......... -1'2 of ne"4... ...3........... 61226 1
Wm Harden. ... ... ... nw14 of ne'! and ne14 of nw% 1131 -
C B Mason.. .. .. ...... nei of ne%4... ... ... ..... 13 13 1 4
Heirs of Angeline Miller. 0 of fse'4... ... .......... 131319 4
CC Rawls.... ... ....... s..e of nel4 and e% of w% of
ne%' and w 3-4 of n% of se%
and se4 of se%.......... 221319 1 If
P B Garrison.... ... .... n2 of nw% ex 20 acres to 0 &
T Copper Co on e side......22 1319 a
E C Mason.... ... ..... s% of se4% of sw% T & T ex 231319 M
J F Meridith.. .. ...... w of sw% and s% of se%
of sw'% and neA of se% of
sw%4 and sw% of se% ..... 26111> 1
Carkuff & Kinyon.. .. w of nw%... ... ..........27ll I 19
R G Limbough.. .. ....n% of nw'A ... ... ... .....34131 4
D B Morrison Co.. ...... se % of sw'4... ... ... ..... 341311S
Jno F McNair.. .. ....w 3-4 of n%... ..... ..... 31330 1
J F McNair.... .. .. of ne% ...... ........ 413120
John Sherman..... .. ... s% of sw% of neWl...... ..101 M
Fla Land Co............. w% of se%4... ... ... ..... 10 124 I
Emma Young...... .... e% of sw% and w% of se%.. 11 I32 I
Heirs of T W J Stanley. e% of sw% and w% of se%.. 131320 1
Fla Land Co.... ... ..... e%... ........ ...........16130
M P Thompson.. .. ....nw% of ne'4... ... ... .....2413,U 4
Betty Gollins.. .. .. .... 2.50 chs n and a on n side of
se'A of sw%... ... ... ....24 13 20 1
Hester Dawson... ....... w% of nw% of ne 4 of se%.. 2413 N 1
A Jones......... ...... ne% of ne% of e%..... ... .41830 1 1
Dan Schofield... ... .... s% of ne% of ae% and se% of
se' ... ... ... ... ....... 24 1 "
Noah Schofield.... ... .. n% of ne% of nw%.... ... ... 251 & j
Jas M Schofield... ...... s of ne %of nw%.... ... ..251320 M
2 Dean & Bell.... ... .....e% of sw% T & T ex.. ....2613 4
Pleasant Miller.... ...... w% of se%. ...... ... .....2 611 6
Mrs V R Himes... ...... nw% of se% of nw% and w%
of sw% of se% of nw%... 2713 0 1 1
B Pinkney... ... ... ... sw% of se % of sw'% of se% l281 12
Dean & Bell.... ... ...... ne% T & T ex... ....... ..... 1t'8 I1
Dean & Bell... ... ..... e of sw% ex T & T... .. 321JW
Rubin Ellis.... ... ......w% of sw%... ... ... .....3 31320
Calvin McMahan ..... ne% of sw%4... ... ... ..... 341220
Those Cabarras.. .. .. ..n %of ne%... ... .. ....... 1 32 M
Martha Jackson.. .. .... nw% of see ex 418 ft n and s
by 627 ft e and w In s cor.. 11321 4
P J Jackson.. .. .. .... 418 ft n and s by $27 ft e and
w in se cor of nw% of se%. 1121 I
6 Martha Evans.. .. .. ..s% of ne% of sw%'... ... ... I11 1 1
Georgana Duncan .. .. se% of sell... ... ........... 1241 4 '
Thos Cabarras .... .... s% of se% of ne% of sw%.. 31 1 I
B P Hull.... ... ... .....t!com 15.34 chs w of ne cor of
sel% of se %.... ... ... ... 3t21 i
thence w 18.16 chs s 20 chs e
9.84 chs n 10 chs e 8.32 chs
n 10 chs... ... ... ... ...
Jno Wright...... ... ..n 3-4 of nw% of nw%.... .. 41321
W S Stewman.. .. .. ..8% of se% of ne%.. .. .... 91321 i
Albert Spawn.. .. .. .....e% of swl ex n% of ne% of
Ss.. w%... ... ... ... ....... s13 21 5 4
Unknown... ... ......228 ft n and s by 418 ft e and .
w in se cor of sw% of se% 91221 2.54 11
Dina Lincoln.......... 2.50 chs e and w on e side of
; nw%4 of nw% of nw%.. .. 101321 2.1UM 1
Chas Harris.... ... ...... se% of nw% n of R Rand e of
public road..... ... ....... 101321 5.50 3
Frank Lushington.. .. of nw% e of R R.. ....101321 12.1 1 W
W S Stewman.... ... ... corn 206 ft s of nw cor of se%
of se%...... ...... .... 101&321
thence e 420 ft n 480 ft w
420 ft s 480 ft... ... ..... 4. Ml 1
S C Mayo.... ... ... .... lots 2 5 blk 5 Reddick.........101321 US
W S Stewman.... ... ... lots 4 5 7 8 9 11 13 15 17 19 20
21 blk 9 Reddick.. .. .. ..101321 8 N
L M Sherouse.... ... .... lot 14 blk .13 Reddick.. .. ..101321 -11
Delia'% of sw% of nw%.. .. ...1112 21 10 I1
J Billingsley.... ... ..... 12.50 chs e and w on w side of
sw4 of sw% ex 293 ft sq in
sw cor... ... ... ... ..... 111321 2i 4
J Billingsley.... ... .....293 ft sq in sw cor of sw% .. 111321 2- 1
Wm Jackson.... ... ..... corn 418 ft e of sw cor of nw% 131221
thence e 420 ft n 330 ft w
420 ft s 330 ft.. .. .... 2 1
Celia Small.... ... ....... w 3-4 of nw% of sw%4.. .... 1313221 30 1
W S Stewman.... ... ....lot 7 Benedict's sub of ne%4.. 15 13&21 4
L N Sherouse... ... ... lots 25 26 Benedict's sub of ne
*..... .. .. . . ..... 1531321 2 4
M H Rou.... ... ... .... on w end of lot 2.... ... ... ... 16 13 21 10 *
J F McNair... .... .....swi4 of sww% ex w% of sw14
of sw% of sw%4...... ..... 15 1321 36 519
Jno Parker...... ....... lot 3 blk K Bishop's ad Fair-
field..... .... ........ .12 13 20 2M
W B Jenkins...... ..... lot 4 blk K Bishop's ad Fair- i!
field. ....... ............ 12|13 2 -
J R Carter............ lot 1 bik 2 Benedict Heights.. 1113 2 1 3 I
Willie Sams...... ......lot 23 blk 6 Benedict Helgths'1l(131 1 1
Chas W Torry.......... nwi of swl4... ... ... ....!1911 31 f 1
J M Meffert............ lots 32 33 34 J H Campbell'sj | |
survey of e part of S F grant
and lots 1 and 2 sec 21, and
lot 1 sec 28-sec 21 and.... 28J321 M f
W F Hull............. .corn at se cor ...... .... 21 11..
thence w to w bdy of lot 48
n to nw cor lot 48 e 565 ft to ,
ne cor of lot 48 n 1687 ft to
nw cor of lot 52 s 68 deg 4
main e 1243 ft to see line s to
p o b... ... ... ... ........ . f .
Ackeman & Jackson ..... lot 79 J H Campbell's survey
or lot 8 Sim's survey of e
part of S V grant and lots 1
and 2 sec 21 and lot 1 sec 28
section 21 and...... ...... 2813 11 2.M 5M4
Ackeman & Jackson.. .. lot 82 JH Campbell's survey
or lot 7 Sim's survey of e
part to S P grant and lots 1
and 2 sec 21 and lot I sec 28


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.lamrt (PadM)....... nw% of nw% and w 3-4 of nej I |
% of nw% ......... ... ... .. 29!13122i
ikll... ... ..... % of ne 4 of nw% .... .. ..n12913J22
nB .. ... .."a- lr of nw%4 of se% of nw%.129tl322
STEhrt (PaI4)....... 33 chs n and s by 12.4- chs e' i
1 -- and w in ne cor........ 30!13'2-
30trl ... ... ... ... nw% of sw% ........ ... .. 331132
w ... ... ... .. 7.07 chs sq in se cor of sw'% 34i13'22i
& Tiller.... ..... ne% of nwl%... ... .... ....3511322
M -re... ... .... 140 yds n and s by 7t yds e
L and w in sw crF of nw4... .35f13'22'
tf Mrsi Weatherbee ek4 of sw14. ........ .......135 13.22
V.meb Phos Co.. .. w% of sw%... ... ... ..... 3513'22
*** ** 7 chs sq In nw cor of lot 24. 613 23
PP W Pery... ..... lots 5 6 10... ... ... ......." 7'13723
M D Per.ry... ...... com at ne cor lot 24... ...... 7 13 23
thence w 20 chs 1s 0.81 chs'
n 64 deg 30 min e to e bdy
of lot 24 n 2.19 chs ex 3 acres
in sw cor... ... ... .......
.............. lot 21...................... I 7133
Ptse Lbr Co........ sw of sw1........ ... ...... 913*3
tae lbr Co.... ..... nw4 of nw% .... ... .......:10 1323,
SPtCe Lar Co... .....sw% of nw%. ex 1. acr, to i
church... ... .... ... .. . 14 13 23'
L TK ~vell...... ... .. sw% of se%... ... ... ..... 14 13T23:
SP Lr Co........ com 12.50 chs e of nw cor of r
sw% of ne 4.... ... ... .. 16'13;23'
thence e 10 chs s 12 chs w w10 '
chs n 12 chs.. ..... ..... I !
Ptlee Lor Co... ..... lIts 4 28... ... ... ... ..... 1113;23'
S.. t ... ... ... ...... lot 17...... .... ... ... ..... 19'13:23!
SI a Z es... ... ..... lots 24 2;5 26 27 ex 281/ acres I
sold .. .. .......... .... 81323!
. ..e... ... ....... 220 yds e and w by 165 yds ni
and s in se cor of lot 26... .118'1323
N Ptae [br Co... ..... lot 1...... ... ... ... .....Tf9'13'7 2
wta t... ..... lot 7... ... ... ... .... .....119'13!231
W "t. ... .... .. ... se of sw% ... ... ... ... ... 12013'23'
gQuter... ... ... ... ne% of ne%..............2313!23'
in Pte iUr Co. ....... ne% of sw%.... ............ 6f13!23
S ftrt... ... .. ..... lots 21 22 23... ... ........30!13123
No BHampton.... ... ...7.07 chs sq In sw cor of nw% ' I
of sw%... ... ..... .. .. 35I13'
A Jc lA n... ... ..... sw % ... ... ... ... ....... 1i13124'
ta Timber T Co..nw' of se4 ... .... ..... .... 11324!
... ... ....... lots 9 14 . ... ... ....... 9!13!24!
art... ..........12.50 chs e and w on e side of '
lot 3... ... ... ... ... ... 16,13'244
s prt.............. 12.50 chs e and w on e side of' I
lot 3 for 1907... ... ... .. !16!13124
T .MN Be . ..... .. .. lot 10... ... ... ... ........16 131241
S..rt .... ...... w% of se% of neP and se'i of !
dw nw%4 and ne% of swV .... .17'13'24!
T NDBes... ... ....... ne% of se% and n1 of se' of !
se ... ... ... .. ... ....17i13'24!
W maywood... ... ... sw% of se% of se% "........ ....17'13"24'
L Mamas... ... ... ... ne% of sw% and 5s of sw%'30113241
ln .... ..............s %of sw osw of ne ,of sw%..I 4!1325
-M er .........* ... w% of lot 9 and lot 10.. .. ..1 913251
SU Fy... ...... ..... sw% of lot 6... ... ... ..... .10 13:251
S P. ... ......... s% of lot 12... .... ... ......110'13-25!
3 gIp. ..... ... .... lots 3 4 5 bik 1 Kerr City.... 10j13125!
F P WIUlamuo... ... .lot 12 blk 6 Kerr City.. ....101131'5'
a H WCampbell.. lot 3 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. .. 1013t251
..aB r... .... ........ lot 6 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. ... 101325l
S IN H A Schell.. ... lot 9 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. ....10I1325'
HIe O Get .. ....lot 1 blk 10 Kerr City.. .... 10113125W
f Oetry...... ......lots 14 15 blk 11 Kerr City.. 10113!25:
So H W Campbell.. lot 26 blk 13 Kerr City.. ...1013!25
Pgt.............lots 29 30 blk 13 Kerr City.... 1013,25'
1 Atormaa... ... ....lots 1 2 5 Titcomb's sub..... 1161325!
I A fck ... ... ...... lots 1 2 3... ... ... ........i2113!251
SPitra .. .. .. ...e% of lot 5... ... ... .....122113251
Sat D L Morgn.. .. n% of n% of lot 3...... .....12513i25
M-w ...... ... .... lots 12 13 and 1 acre in sw cori I
I of lot 3... ... ... .. .. .25 13j25
P FPlana.... ... ..... lot 2 ex 3 acres on e side and
lot 7 ex 6.50 chs e and w on
w side and ex 20 rds e and w
by 31.50 rds n and s in ne I
cor of lot 10 and ex 1 ch e I
and w by 10 chs n and s in '
Snw cor and ex 3.16 chs e and !
w by 6.32 chs n and s in sw' I

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cor.. .. .. .. .. .... ...... !26 13!25
,ankins ... ... lots 3 6 11 12 ex e,%. of ne',4 of I I I
lot 11... ... ..... ... ... ...126 13'25i
.. .... ... s of se% of lot 8..........T26 132251
.... ... sw% of lot 9... ... ... .. '1..26 32)
.. .... lot 14 blk 5 Michigan City. .126'1325-
.......lots 13 15 16 blk 6 Michigan 1 '
City... ... ... ... ... . ...2 13'25'
..... ..... lot 3 blk 7 Michigan Citk... .126'13'251
......... lots 6 11 12 blk 7 Michigan I I
City.... ... ... ... ... .... 26132.5
... ..... lot 11 blk 10 Michigan City ..!26.13'25
d... ......'lot 1 blk 11 Michigan City.. ..126 13'25
.... . ;lots 3 6 7 9 10 11 blk 11 Miehi-'
gan City. ..... ... ... .. .'261325
... ..lots I and 4 blk 12 Michigan
City.. . .'26 13 25
. .... ..... 5.O. chs 4- and wv by S chs n '
and s in nw cir o(f n e'4 f
sel 4 and n1. of st2 of n12 of '
sw%4 of so ... . .. ... 3313 2.5
,11 .... .. .. w of ne,.. .. .. . 414' 13 '2.5'
. ........ nw,% of set4 ... .... ..... ... 34'13'275
. ........ Iw of sw t of se14 of nwl4 36132_'5'
.. ... sw 1 of swv .... ........'3613 25'
........... 660 ft e and w by 136" ft n and"
s in se cor of nw' .. .. .. 36 13 25
. ... ..... lots 1 2 3 and w\ ., of n.-'4 and !
St K of nw ... .... ... ..... 1613 26
(Paid) ....... sw. of ne'4 ... ... ... ...... 1 14 19
... ... . s of sw 4 ... ... ... ........ 2 14 19
............... S chs n and s by 2" chs v and
w on n side of sc'4 of n\ ,412 14 19
..... ...... :com 8 chs s of nw cr of s'4

of nw 4 ... ... .. .... ..... 12:14 19
thence s 20 chs e S chs n 120
S chs w S chs... ... ... ..... '
!lihown ... ... ......... nw of se14 of setl ......... I12 14 19
R...... ... ........ sw14 of se o 'f sI-4 ........ 12 14 19
& Marriw)n.. .. .. Is of neo4 ....... ...... ... '.-)14
.n... ... ... .... Is% of sW, ... ... ........ '35 14 19
& Bell... .......i.neI of ne and wi. of n(.4 :
Sand wg and s-.4 of sx ex '
T & T ............. .. ..' 114'20
& Bell...... ..... lelt and e- of nw1', and sw. : 1
ex T & T. .. .... .... ...... 14 20
&g A Bell... ......... nI1 of ne% and swlr of ne- '
and ell of w^ ex 939 ft sq i
Sin ne*cor ex T & T ...... 3 14 20
obertu .. .. .. .... !..s of ne % ... ... ... ... ... 414.10
SA Bell... ... ...... in1 of sqk% x T & T.... .... 41',4
JMm Oats ...... ........ com 140 yds 1n of se cor of ne,; fI1
of set ................4 14120,
thence n 210 yds w 70 yds s '
210 )ds e 70 vds. .....
SM Riehard ...... ..... se1% of ne% of se4.... ..... 61420
k Pots... ... .... ne13 of se1% of se .... .... 61420'
SP Pol. Jr.............. e'j of ne% of sw, ..... .... 71420
Thoaes ... ... .... e% of ne% ex se%- of se',-"
ne % -... 1420
l fe Oats ..........w% of se% of ne% ex T & T 814120'
r & Bell... ... ...... nw% of nw% ex T & T.... ... '142
SRoberts... ... ......s of nw% ... ... .......... 9142
& Bll... ... ... .. sw of sw ex T & T...... 9 14 20
Stern ... ... .....2.40 yds e and w by 197, yd.s n
3o and s in sw cor of nw'.,4 off
... . ........ .... .... ...
S0n & Bell. ..... ... ...- of swof and net4 of sw1. 14
ex T & T..... ............ '014
sj &.. ... ...... ... n% and n of swt, and 4w of '
b" & ... ... ....x T & T........... 11420
m of % 1 ex T & T ......1314.0
re N.N t W e-ather .. ...nw1 % of sw.4 ... ..... .....14144'2i',
DIM. & Bell... ... ...... w1t of sw14 and s% 1, f sc'
and ntl of Q,1sex T & T .... 15,14 2f,
Rs Robert ... .. .... ne, of n uwl 4... ... .. ...... 16 14 21)
SI MAc SA Bell ...... ..... n1 of sw1.4 and se,4 of S 1w'
ls and st- of set(. ex T & T .... 16 14 2
11I & Bell ... ... ..... ne% oif ne,4 ex T & T .......114
IN &a Bell .... ..... nep,4 of nei, and w'i of n 1.,
and ne% of nwi% ex T & T. .'21 14 2"
s & sell ... ... ..... s12 of ne% and ni of nw .
and .se' of nwi, 'ex T & T 'L214 2
SAtkin en ...........n of ne .... ..... ....... '23142 2
& Del ... .... sw% of nw 'ex T & .. 23 142n
SBell ... ... ...... w% of sw% and nei, of se,,
and nw % ex T & T ........ :4 1420
Howell............ e% of sa)% ex 11.50 chs sq in
nw cor anrd ex se., of se. |.
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Jno Butler... ... ... .. 334s yds e and w by 221i y.ds n
and s in se cor of ne14 of nw

4 54
5 49
2 47

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' 66
1 33
1 77

2 07
2 21

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1 42
1 77
1 56
1 77
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3 77

1 63

3 40
1 77
3 77
1 12
2 66
1 56
2 66
1 56
1 56
2 66
3 77

2 51

5 06

5 16
1 12

1 19

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1 56

1 86

1 19

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1 36

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3 37

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Dean & Bell. ..... ......

Dean & Bell. ............
Dean & Bell. ..... ......

Heirs of H M Clark.....

Dean & BHell... .........
J M Meff-rt... ..........
N J Townsend... ... ....
J M Meffert. ..... ......
Dean & Bell.... ... ... ..

L H H.ayne-s... ... ... ..

Frank Campbell.. ......
D Anderson... ... ......

Nil J. Townsend..


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sen1 of nwiK and no 14 of nSi 14*

lots 4 5 6 sub of s'.z ,Af 1tfs ....13314 "2",
n ,f nt'1 4 andJ nt,4 of nB\ ,14
ex T & T ... ... ....... .3 14 O
w 3-4 of s%04 of s\ 14 and w
3-4 of s2 of s,.4 ex T & T .37 14 2;'
nl.. of nwv e e 3-4 of sT ... 14 21'
\ o. 1 of n 'wf14 of n e4 ....... 9 14 21
t41' of nw14 of nw1 . ...... : 14 21
eU of nwl4 of nw' and s0'4 I
of nw%4 ... ... ... ....... 9 14 21
ts, of st-e4 of st'4 *-x 140 yIs
n and s by 210 yvds te and \
in se cor ex T & T... .. ... 914 211
nw'\4 of s<.4 ex T & T...... 914 1,
.n 6.3: chs s of 1\i n .v r of .*' f '4
of se 4 ... ... ... ... ..... 9. 14. 21
thence t- 15 (chs s 3.67 chs w
15 rhs n 3.67 chs vx T & T
corn 60 ft w of n\w cor blk 4

M artin ... ... ... .. ........ 14
thence w 417'2 ft s 417'., ft 1
4171. ft n 417'2 ft.... . .
Willie Townsend... ..... comn at s%\ cor of se .4 ..... ....110 14'21
thetnct- t 4.21" chs n 3.1 ch's
e 7.11 chs n 37 deg 30 min i \
3.37 chs e 11 chs n 13.79 chs
w 3.95 chs :.23 chs w 16.0 i
chs s 13.77 chs.... .... .... .
J L ivle.............. .' coi .5 chs s of nw )cor of s\\ 4 1" 14 21 s .5 chs e 3:5.6. C'hs n
7 dtg 3') minn \ 5.03 chls w
35..)s chs ... ... ...........
J E Smith... .**.....**...... 2-3 Eof s1., of w- 14.. ... ..... 10 14 21
Alonza Cox.... .. ... *. "nI 4.74 chs s of nw cor of s.. I
.. ... .. . .. . .. .. 14 '2 1
the-nc-. "2.37 chs v 4.74 c(hs 11
2.37 chs w 4.74 chs .. .. .. ..
F W Riddings ...... * ...... at s o' 'r o'f y 'I sI'-1 1 i'14 21
thenc' n 6.21 chs \\ 11 chs s
37 d-g 30 tmin 7.40 clhs 6.71
ch s ...... .... ... .. . ... .
Mo1nro.: Bros & McDonald 16.35 chs .e and w by 6.23 chs
n and s in nw cor of so of '
s ... . . . .......... 10.14 21
Neil J Townsend .. .... lots 1 and 2 blk I Martin... 10"14 21
N J Townsend... ...... lots 15 16 17 blk 6 Martin...... '1'14 21
N J Townsend ... ... .... 1t 2 hlk S Martin... .. ..... 1, 1421'
M J Roess ... ...........ot 1 blk 13 Martin... ... ...10 141
D T Wesner ............ .lots 1 2 3 4 blk 19 Martin... .10 14 21
J L Wilev ... ... ... ... lots 1 2 blk 23 Martin.......1. .l 14 21
J L Wiley...*........... lots 1 2 3 4 blk' 24 Martin ......10 l 14.21
W Warren ......*.....llts 1 2 3 4 blk 2- Martin. .. 10,1421,
KateGrenault... ... ... lots 1 2 3 4 blk -9 Martin.. .. 1.14 1'
Julia Greene........... .all of lot 4 blk 31 Martin......1" 14,21:
H Patterson. ............ lot 4 blk 32- Martin..... 1 1421,
Baldwin Hose Co... .... lots 1 2 blk 35 Martin.. .. .... 1. .i14 .1
Hattie Brown. ...... ...***., of se. ............. .... 11 14.21
Stephen Brown... ... ...-nw', of nw'4 and 12..,0 chs .
,Sand w on w side of s'4\ .112:14 21
Hattie Brown... ... ..... swi of nw'A ex T & T.. .. .. 12 14 21'
Stuckey & Tiller Co... ...nw4 of se ex T & T...... .14 14 21
Henry Riley... ... ... ... w of .sw% ....... ... ... ...14 .1421
F W Bidding... ... ..... 2 acres in shape of triangle in
ne cor of nwV of ne4......:13 14 21
Monday Maynor... ...... s 3-4 of se'4 of nw/.4 .... ... 15 141
Loton Eichelberger.. .... com at ne cor of se4 ......... 15 14 21
thence s 652 ft w 11 ft nw |
with R R 762 ft e 253 ft...
Lewis Washington... .... !e / of ne14 of nw% of se %.-. ''14 21'
Henry Riley... ... ..... se% of se4 ex nwlt% of se% o'f '
;se 4 ... ... ... ...... .....1.5 14:'2'1'
Monday Maynor.... ...... nw% of se% of set4.. .. .... 1514 21
Lewis Washington.... .... w 3-4 of nL of nw'4 of se.i. 1.514 21
Jno Mazon... .... .- .....'ne% of sw .4 ... ... ..........16 14 '1
Hattie Brown. .... ...... C chs e and w on w side of e.. i
of se%4 of nw j.. .......... 17 14 21)
J S Bradley. ..... ...... w10 of se' of nw%..... ...... 17:14'21
Monroe Bros & McDonald n'% of se %of sw ... ... ......1714-21:
J H Kinsler... ... ...... nw4 of sw 4... ... ... ...17 14 21
J W Crosby. .. ......... nw14 of se"4 and n': of neti of
swi and se'4 of n,'41 of sw 1<'514 21
L HHainmes... ...... .. s- of se4 of sel,4 ex 140 yds n
and s by 21) y.ds e and w in
se corr... .... .... ... ....... .'1914 1
E C McLeod... ... of ne% and e= of s,% of ; '
ne'/ ....... ... ... ... ..... 22 14 21
Taylor Wright.... ... .... n" of nel of ne'4 of se'S.... 22 14 1
Walter Nichols. ..... ...,n.n of st/ of sw\'4 of ne',.... 24:14 21I
Isaiah James....... ..... 'el of nw, .-x 5. chs n and s 4
on n end... ... ... ..... ... 244 14 21
Sam Strap... ...... ...... sw of sw\ 4 ..... ... .... ;'. 14 :.1'
Ellen Tuckr. ...... ...... n of ne14 of nw 14 of s.:- 2. 2- 14 21
W1m Smith... ... ... ... 216 ft sq in nv ..,r of not ,if
se' .. . .. . .. . .. 2. 6 14'-2 1
Jas Kinsler...... ... .... n\v4 of sw%4.............. ...27.14 21
Dorris Murrell... ... ... 1.., of se of set-4 ........ . 27 14 "21
Jim M urrell. . ... ...... \V .. of se5L 4 'f s,'4 . .. . 27 14 21
Dan'1 Green... .. ...... ,of sswi x T & T.. .. .... 's 14 211
Mrs J K Stewart........ .%se, 4,f se ..... ... ........2\ 14 21

Lee Richmond.... .. ..... s\'w4 of ni-I% antd s:.. of p\v1w
and nwl.4 of sw\4 ex T & T.. 29 14 21
OChas Kelly................ s El of nw\- of n-ea tx T-1. of
sw.4 of nw1 of nt'4 Ex T' &
T. .............. ........ 34. 14 21
J E & W J W aters... .. nw ......... ... ..... .....3014 21
Heirs of Mrs I Stafford.. si.. of nt,'' and n., of se,4 and
Sst of sil4 ex I1i' ys s sw" c)r ex T & T.. 32 14 21
Wsley Germine....... .. e1 of sw\\4 of nem4 *ex T & T 33 14 -1
Dira Daniels... .... .... net 4 of sw\ x T & T.. .. ...3314 21.
W m Lever... .. ..... . w. \v 4 f ne ... . . .... 34 14 21
J K Stewart ........ .. .. \v of nwl .. .... ........ 34 14 21
J E & W J Waters.. .... se ... ... ... ... ... .......34 14 21
()0 Jam es... ... ....... se%1 of4 sf . . . . . . . 36. 14 21
WN' T Smith (Paid)........ s. of n\'4 x 1 sq acre in s co)r and nw14 oIf s%% 14 ........ 1 14 22
Louise L Russell......... ne% of nw% .x ni,..> f s ,."1 '
Sne14 o)f nw'... ...... .... 2 14 22
HA .twater. ........ of se of n1 of n 4 .... 214 22
Fla French Phos Co.. ... swi 1 f nw' and si., of s..1 1
of s\v'i .......... .... .... ... '1422
Fla French Phos Co. .n. nwV 4 of nw1,4 and se14 o'f nw %,
oT se 1/ ... .... .. .... ..... 2 14 22
J L Perry......... .... .sw14 of nw%4 of se4 . . . 14 22
Fla French Phos Co.. nwkI of sw',i and s 1-3 of sw 1.4
of nw and st. of ne4 of [
sw% and s 3-4 of se' of s\ i i
and swv% of sw5i ex 420 ft i
sq in sw cor and set ......*! :! 14 .
Fla French Phos Co.. ... s. e of R R... .... ... ..... 4 142..'
S Talton. .... .... ....s of nwt4 of se .. .. 14122
M F Preston... ... .... wi' of nwt., of nw.k of nw14.. 914'22
J R Fonville...... ... .. sw % 4of nw ..... ... .. .... 9.14 22
Salima Brown... ... ....con 2)0 ft w and 3(, ft s o)f ne' i!
cor of sw"4... ... .... .. ..I 91422'
thence w 220 ft s 392 -. ft
22'0 ft n 392'. ft... ... .....
F N'W Bishop..... .... coml 161 yds e of nw c)r o4f nwi i i

Mattie F Holton.

R L Rockett.. .

1) A Smith ..

WinE E iKates-.

W in Plair... ...

1) \V P.!shop ....

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E G Lindner.. .
Unknown ... ...

i of set4 ... ... ... ... ..
thence e 7o, yds s 140 ydi"l.s \\
7 ) yd s n 14)0 yds. . . .
. .. .... that part of se'4 of set ,w of
R R ... ... ...... ... .....
. .. .... cn at intersection of Oakland
ave and Third st. Anthony. .
thence w 300 ft n 290 ft e, 30't
ft s 290 ft ........ .......
.. ...... con 10t ft w of sw cor R R
dE'pot grounds Anthony .. ..
thence w 2040 ft s 40 ft 4 20')o
ft n 40 ft .. ..... .......
.. .. .. corn 157 ft 4 and :2S ft s of sw\
cor R R depot grounds An-.
thony .. ... ... .. .....
thence t- 1.57 ft s 139 ft w 1017
ft n 129 ft w 50 ft n 10 ft ...
... .....con at se cor R R depotIt
grounds Anthony...........
thence s to R R n with R R'
212 ft e to p o b... ... ... .
... ..... wcon 6 ft e and 375 ft s of s%-'
cor R R dexpo grounds An-!
thony ..... .. . ..... ...
thence s 150 ft e 165 ft n 150
ft w 165 ft . ... ... ......
... ..... lot 25 Swain's plat Anthony..
. .... ..lots 66 67 Swain's plat Anthony:
... .....lots 68 69 70 Swain's plat An-I


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of sw '4 . . . . . . . 1 14
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of n . . . . . . . 14 s 7.30 chs .- 13.62 'h- r
7.30 chs wv 13.62 chs........
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14 of nw 4 --. ..... .. ... '1 11
thenic., e 70 yds n 70 vdl i
70 yds s 70 yds.. ......
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s on n side. . . . ..... . 14
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thei-nc' 11.4' ch:s s 35 *l,'
: : ,, 7. 6" cbs .,3-' chs n _" 22 chs
1 72' xx chs s 17."7 ch-.... .. .
I ; nk; o : ... . ... .... .- 'I ,,f s .. .. .... .... .... .. 1. l. 16 l1 '
1 )n n \ n... .. .i.i. . nt,.14 of n *\'4 ...... . ..... 1. 1
Dl)inn.l! iIIn ph' s Co. . . ft1 4 of nIw 14 .. . . . . . . 9.. 1 1
l'nknoxx\\ r. .............. sw 14 of nI4 -14... .. ... ...... 14 6 1 l
i P1 P .. ... ... .... sw 14 of n.f 14 o.'f -' .. ..... 1.. 1'.
2 1- l'nkno n ..... . ..... . lot 1562... . .. .. ... . .. l61' s
M.I.rro'. & Watrs........ lots 1 to 6 and 9 to 2'" and 26
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N" 4 4 | of w . . . . . . . . 1 1.
I : -: t'.,nversy... ....... lot 55 Tomnpkins' ad to Dunn'-l-o
1,on in sw 1.4 o*f nw i4 ... .. ...2316 1 ,
E' 1-: McMurtry....... .... lots 135 136 137 155 156 Tonmp- .
kins' ad Dunnellon in s\ 14 of
4 1 nw . . . ...................23 16 !s
"241 1 I kno n . . . . .. ..n. .n -4 of set1,4 'If st14 .... .... _'7 16 P.
1,l 1 s i*l sJ ... .. ... lot 21' 1 Vatkins' ad Dunn llo,n .7 16 1s
1' 1 4 I M:iry E 'Vogt... ... ...... 'el of nw' 4 and sw, 14 of ni .4 3 11 1;
: I'nlkno. r. .. . .. ... wL of se' 4 of net1 and e... otf
l 1n of.t)f set1 . . . . . ......11 1 l
4 2 9 j likn ... ... . . . sw\.4 f n*i.4- ail n \i of s-
-- andill st4 of st. n of riv--r . 2 lt;
4. 4 24 ay & .A.&d-k rson... ...... ..!ts 1 te 19 inc Dur n.-llron.. 1 61
F liza -s . .. . . . lot 36 Dunnt-iloln . . . .... . i6 i
3: 4 7,4 I'nkno \n 4 Paid ... ....... lot 41 Dunntilloin . . .. . ;. 16
g'o -'_ y & Ard. -rson. . ...... lots 7.7 to 1o 9 .-x lots 4;
"9, 133 to 142 and 14,' t 16" a .1
1 7 to, 265 and 2"9'1 to 3t1l ani i
"' 3". o 313 D)unn.lon . . . 16' !
M r- R -: Vann ..... lots 379' 37 .'3 Dunn.-llon. . . .:,. 'I, 4
S,14 y y M il..-r .......... 1. .--ts 8s5 39" Dunn -lo4n ...... .. -, l,; I
1. M1 Rayl ... ... ... ..... lots 422 423 40 7 43.1 Dunn'-li :.; ,. ,
4 ''4 'Mrs C C ',isstl. ...... ... ft n and by 7. ft o an -I
4 in cor lot .21 lDunni il >i .. :
.M rs N A l-rgsra'v .- ... l. t .2. lIunnello: ....... ... ... ; "'
1 M *Tro & \V, ,rT.--. . .... lot .7 DunnllI in. .. . . ;
W V H Stephens .. .. .. '' t 366 Dunn, r .. .... : .
'a p Pho,- I '.... .. .. lts s.144 ', '.6 .% ..% '% iA
1 4 ;Dun:i -on. ... . . ... .. :
1 ':kn'iown .. .... .. .. lo s .97 N 14 lDuin. 'i .. .. .. ;
'nk.i,\ 4...:.........................bit 1 '.'.un ................... .i:, 1"
2 W9 V Mk,.l Ki:- -y 2.. . ....... lots 13. n-n> n.- . 1' 1 i
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1. I. Richard ,n . . .. ., of 4 *f e ot s\\ 4 ..13 1.,3 :
M\ I .-. " "-: 4 ,,f .,'4 t nw. 'i si !3 1 "
.1 1. P tarker .. 1 10 .In sub of n .. .. .. .... 4 14
J 1. Parker . - lt i ul of n '14 .. .. ..14 1 2
J 1. Park-r ... .. it 6 and 1.'.75 ch n and s by
M Hard4 ...... .5" c0h e atnd in "s." c.
ls t 5 >ub of n-s-- ..... ... 1. 14',

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WHV I& TJ Mills (Paid) .. ..lots 1401 140)2 1406 1407 Dunnel-,
Ion ... ... ... ... ... ..... . 16.
Mrs A A Leitner ........ -lo.LS 1409 1410 1411 1412 Dun-
7 79 nellon...... .. ............. 3. I1 1V
7, ,-7 H,.irs of H G Kean.. .... lot 1414 Dunnellon .......... 1',
> I B F Lyons.... .. .. .... lot 1415 Dunnellon...... .. ... 3:1, 14
I Thos D Roberts.. .. .... 1lot 1841 Dunnellon.. .. .. 3.. 1j3 1%
2 66 D G Watkins.. ........ lots 1873 1877 1913 191., Dunn.el-I
lon-...... .... ..- . ..... .1533 16 ,
S ,1 Camp Phis )Co. also D G i
2 47 Watkins ....... .. ..lot 1876 Dunnellon.. .. .. 33 . 1.T 1.
Myra McMillon.. .. .... ne of sxw- and el of se\l ex
T & T ..... ............ 7 1 '19,
Wm H Gotwald.. .. .... w'2 of nw % and eL% ex T & T 71619
S 91 S E Field (Paid)......... w ... ... .......... ... 916; 19-
1 22 T T Austin.. .. .... .... 198 yds n and s by 74 yds e and
1 46 w in -e cor of ne of ne%4 of
nw4 ...... ... ....... .. .11 1619l
Buttgenbach & Co.. ..... s 3-4 of e of sw/4 ...... ......11
Clif Livingston (Paid) .... ni, of sw 4ex w'i of ne ,
s v .4 ...... ... . . . 13 16 19
4 97 ClUt Livingston (Paid).... si.. of ne/4 and ne% of net of: ;
se ... ... ... .. .. .. .. 114i161191
-, 16 R L Barnes & Co.... ... n12 of nwii4 of nwl w of R R 191il.9
377 G N [DYrr.. ... ... ex ne_/j of se .. ..... . .5' 1
2 21 G H Dorr... ... ... .... ne. of se ... ... ... ... ... 125119
13 05 Petteway Horne & Co.. s'2 of ne'4 ..... ... ... -. ------ .l
Lewis Harviell-.. .. .. ... s of nw% of ne4. ... ... lil... 1j ;
2 77 C Y Miller... ... ... ...nw'4 of nw 4... .. ...... 8 161201
1 7.. Arch Jacobs. .. . ..... ne'4 of sw ..... .. ..... ... !l
Horn, Norman & Co.. .. n\'y of neV4 and seV of ne%.. i21 1i0)
L Horne & Co.. .. .. .. e0 of sw% and sw.% of se'..: 28161o
4 )-7 Mlses Archie...... .. .. 707 chs sq in ne cor of nw%- 1.o 1621l
1 46 Horne Norman & Co.. .. w' of nw% ex T & T.. .... 135 16120t
95 Easter Owens.. .. .. ... sw i of swV . .. .. ........... 3 1l.l1
J F Shands. ..... ....... s', of nw% of se% .. .. .. .. 4161,ll
Unknown.... .... .... .. s. of sel of nwf-*% and s, of
'9 s nw/i4 of set of nwu ..... .i 4'14 21
4 4, F G Buhl.. .. .... ...... se. t of se . .... ......... i1-'ll '' l
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S9 F G Buhl... ... ...... .. w.21 of sw 4 ....... .. ........ 11 1621
Richard Cain...... ..... corn 45.08 chs e and 19.57 chs
n of sw cor of nw'-4 . .,12 16 '.
N 61 thence n 2.72 -chs e 1.4 c hs e
4 24 to W" bdy grant se with grant
to pt e of corn w 11.57 chs to,
5, 79 P o b.. .. .. . ... I.
3 49 i'ltrit \chi-se. ..... .. coil 12."9 chs n of s-e C.)r of ni
'4 . ** ............. . ... . .. 13 1 6 '21
-, 79 the-nce 7.9 0 chs n 6.33 chs .*
S.6' 7.9) chs s 6.33 chs. .. ..
:, ,4' L,' -u N')or'an.... ... ... n1.. of nef 4 ex acres to ('Un-
ilinghamn .. ... .......... .. 14 1; 21
4 +,^ Htnning L & 1 Co.. .... s'., of. sw ... . .. ........... . .. 21
. i1. Tho's \\iln.- .......... ..nw14 of n t,' 4....... .... ..... i 21
\V' ily M ost-ley. ... . .... 2 of ne- ... ... .... 16 21
2 ,6 I)an .Moselevy. . .. ...... n % of lnwv i ... ...... ...... '14l
2 7ri John Harv 'y. tru-4tee.. .. 1. acro, s<1 in se coir ,of n.14 ,of
.w.4 .. .. . .. ....... 3 :0, ; _.
I' 1 iC lark .. .. .... ..... n. -1 of .-- . ... . ..... ... 146
IH-,nning L & I Co,.. .... nte'4 and %'\ of se.#o and s.-

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\ S .... .. .. .. 1 of se4 ... .. ... . ....
,4 I Si" i'h . . ... ....... .,\ of lii. 4, .. .. ... ... ...
6 D R W right ( Paid) ........ \\ 4 of sw4ii ........ .......
'6 YOIlnZ & Mathis.... ......Inwx 1 of R andl II-1 ,f
-,- .4w'i .4 and se*14 if six 14 ...
-4 YOU' ;.1 & .\Mai his .... .... s\\ 4, of sVW'4 .. .. ...... .. .
' A . . . . ....... .' t I' W hit.'s .-ub of lot 2 Hy-
, uli .s grant . . . . . .
I .\ Haarn'.-s. . . . c i; 16.32 chs w and 26.9. chs
n of s- c'or... ... . .........
theTnce- \w I.1i) chs n .'6.9. c('hJ
1- v.l') ths s .6.95 ch ..
S -: F;.i:'.',':. .. .. .... con, at n\v c r lot Brl own
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I1 grant--town.ships 13 and. . .
,,6 thtnc,' n 54 ldeg e 34i6 ft s 13
,7 i.1g e 65 > ft s 45 deg w 346
1 ft n 13 dleg w o6,x ft.... ....
S [ i \\ Irwfrth.. .. .. .. n .. of nl. of loit I and all of lot'
Ssub of o s Barnes' place
i Hyjulius grant-tps 15 arndw
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!o-ts 1221. 1226 1314 Dunn-!!on :J'3'16 1
lots 1 :.22 122.9 Dul ftnnei ): .. ... .; 16 1
I *t 125' Dunne-ilon .. .. . 3- ; 1
lots .1257 123. 1277 127". Dan-"
nell on . ... ... .. .. .... 3 16 I,
Iot: 1269 Dunn-ll'i . . . 3. 16 I1

T L L.iwrie... ... ...... -ots 12'S3 12 4 12'6 1..' I'..99
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S3' chs s 16 dog 55 min m 13.11
his n 5.'2 deg 3,i min :tI chs
'..'.. -by .... .. ... ,corn 44.66 chs n 14 deog w and
n '.l -dg 452 chs from .wv
e'or Hyjuliu- grant tps 15 and
tll-nce n 55 d*g 16.15 chs
n 14 deg w 13.'*6 ch- n 55
,1, 5.16 chs n 14 deo.g \
1' ;1 chs s .3 dl-g w 21.31
< i.. 14 d(log e 3.41 chs.
',.. '. "'.\ . . .... .'-i- 26.72 -' ch n 14 d*eg w and
,).67 hs n 5.n 'leg .- from s.-A
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n 3,5 ileg 1- chs s 14 del-g
17.94 chs 4 35 d*-g w 12 'chs
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..lot 49 Beckett's plantation....
..lot 71 Beckett's plantation....
.. w% of sw' .... ... ... .....
..sw% of 1w%... ... ... ....
.. nw% of msw%... ... ... .....
.. ek of sw% ex T & T.. ....
. ne4 of ne'%... ... ... .....
). n% of se% of nek... ... .....
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.. lot 4 sub of nw% of nw%....
..e 3-4 of ne%4 of nw%.. .. ....
.. s% of sw4 ex T & T .... ..
.. se% of ne% and n% of nw%
and se 4 of sw % nad se% ex
4.11 chs e and w by 13 chs n
and m in se cor of sw'4 of se
% ex T & T ... .........
.. sw% of nw %and nw% of sw%
ex T & T.............
w% of ne% and e% of sw%
and w% of se% ...........
..,% of ae"4... ... .. .. ....
.. n% of nwA of se%... ......
..e% of Be% ...... ... ... ...
.. e% of ne% ......... ...... of seof sw% ... ......
w 3-4 of n% and nw4 of sw%4
..,D% of ne% ex T & T........
..blk 120 Welshton...... ....
.. coWn Ce ft w of nw cor blk 112
Welahton... ...........
thence w 60 ft to lake s with
lake 60 ft e to pt s of corn n
Gm ft ...............
C.. coim O ft w of nw cor blk 120
Welshton... ...... ......
thence w to lake s with lake
4p ft e to cor of Spring St n
to p o b.... ........ ... ..
..all of blk 215 Welshton......
..w% of ane of se% ........
.. % of uws of seA.........
..lot 17 Candler ............
..% of lot 19 Candler........
l..ots 2 to 7 Inc sub of lot 53
Candler... ...... .......
..w% of of ne e of ne%..
.e% of lots 1 and 2 blk C Belle-
view ... ... ... ... ... ..
..lot 9 blk 28 Belleview ........
.. lots 4 5 and e% of 6 blk 30
deUevlew...... ... ... ...
.lot 9 blk 30 Belleview......
.. ots 1 2 6 7 blk 36 Belleview..
.. lot 1 blk 44 Belleview.. .. ....
l..ot 10 blk 57 Belleview......
.. lots 1 and 2 blk 64 Belleview
l. lots 2 2 4 bik 65 Belleview....
..ot 8 and 9 blk 69 Belleview
.. all of biks 80 81 Belleview....
.. tlot I blk 84 Belleview......
l. tot 1 blk 85 Belleview......
.. ot 5 blk 90 Belleview......
lots 5 6 7 9l bllr 95R el~levWl.


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M . .. ots 5 6 7 8 blk 95 Belleview.
A M eba... .....tot 4 blk 96 Belleview......
~l) (Pau).... tot 6 blk 108 Belleview.. .. ..
vpagW ... ... ... ....lot 10 blk 116 Belleview........
--al f e.... .... ..... lot" 1 4 5 8 9 blk 121 Belleview
w .te"... ..... ... .. 'ots 1 and 2 blk 133 Belleview
pr ate... ........ lot 4 blk 134 Belleview.. .....
C Martn.. ......lot 6 blk 134 Belleview......
a Wakt... ... .. ..... lots 5 8 blk 138 Belleview....
SA WUlams ... .... sw% of ne% e of R R... ..... 3116 23
Pas P Co .... ...... |com at nw cor of se% of sw% 32 16 23
thence e 7.91 chs s 6.32 chs e
4 chs n 19.25 chs w 1.91 chs
n 2.07 chs w 10 chs s 15 chs
atto .. .. ......Inw% of ne% ... .... ... ..... 11624
S*ig .. ... ...... sw% of ne% and s% of nw%'
and nw% of se% and n% of
nw% of sw% ... ... ... .. 11624
S... ..... of sw ... ... ... ..... 116.24
.. e n.. .. .. lots 4 5 6 plat book A pg 102 11624
o rn... .....n% of ne% of ne%.... .. .....121624
& PuMteur.. ...... w% of eBe... ......... ...]1516 24
S P... ........e" of se% of ne% and sw% ofl
se% of ne% and se' of sw%
of ne% ... ... ... ... ..... 16 16 24
i~ll I (o... .... s; of nw% ... ... ... ... ...2216 24
S rt... .. ... ..... ...w% of ne% ex 9 chs sq in se]
S coTr... ... ... ... ... ..... 23 16 24
LL & I Co of se ... ... ... ... ... 271624
... ....... 's of ne% of se% and n4 ofl I
e% of se% and nw% of se% 27 161241
S Or ..tbam... ........w% of lot com 8.47 chs n of sw I :
.. .... .I cor of me ... ... ... .....'3216241
thence s 62% deg e 4.93 chhsl I
n 3.72 chs w 4.37 chs s 1431 1
chs... ... ... ... ... .....I I
L O-- ttmm ...... .. lots 18 19 Oklawaha .. ..... .132116 241
SMMdllt on & ro.... sw% of nw% .... ... ... ... 33!16 241
a D ask... ...... nw% of ne% ... ... .. ....... 119116 25
......... a 3-4 of ne% of nwl4 and n 5-81 I 1
of se% of nw%.. .... ....1911625|
.. .. ..... ... ...... corn 470 ft w of se cotr of lot 1!24116 261
thence n 705 ft w 1070 ft si I I
705 ft e 1070 ft.... .... .... I
...... ..... lots 9 and 17 Summit ... .... 36116 26
C Morrion ......s.ue% of sw% and sw% of se% I
ex T & T .. .... .. ......141719
SWttit. ......... .sw% of se% ex T & T...... 71720'
Norman & Co ..... sw% of ne% and se% of nw% I
and ne% of sw% and nw%
of me% ex T & T.. ........1417120
ne% x T & T.............18 1720
%..." .. of s*w of ne%.. .. .. ..1..181720,
S e l.... ....... % of tsw und imt .. .... 1817201
SMrma. ( .. e% of ne% and n' of se% ex
T & T ................. 27 1720
S&aa .... nw% of sw% and s% of sw%
ex T & T... ... ... ... .. 2817120
eruman Co.... &. of ne% and nw %of ne% I I
ex T & T. .. .. .. .. ...... 3311720
lir Wad to .C.. ne% of sw% ..... ... ... .. 33:17120
ML L & I C .... .. Pa k of ne% and se% of nwm% I
and w* of nw% and sw% I i
Gof .w1 ex T & T.. .. .... 1]171211
I I mMll.. .. .. ..... n" of nw% of se,. ...... ... 1117211
Wg Wilkams ...... .-% of ne .... ..... ...... 12171211
C. ... .. ...... 3-8 of sw% of sw!. .. ..... 121171211
Jw ... ... ......nU of sw% of sw1.. ..... 121171211
a wry ..... .. nw of we%... ... ... .....1231171211
Wa i t a ...* f n'A* of ne'4 and wI I 1
If ne/4 and e4 of swL off I '
ne% ...... ... ... ... .....I 217 2
S ay n% of nw% of ne't of ne ..i,17,22-
... .... ..... % of nw ... ... ... ..... "
A Gaford (Pa) ...... n nof ne% of se% of se% and 1 i
a 3-4 of ne% of se% and s l 1
of sA% of se% of se* and I
w% of se' of Fse... ...... 27221
I.... .. . ...... nt f s~%w of se% of se% ....j 217122
.C .. .. .. ... n of ne% ... ... ... ... ...| 7:17'221
.... iM.. .. .. .. ...... sw of ne',... ........... S!1712
.. em ... ... ... .....n of ne .... ...0.. 7i22
B t .t.. .....***.** ',of ne' ex nw,1 of sw,1 of I I
ne ...... .. . ... ... .. 10117:22
...... ........... .nw% of sw 4 ... ... ... ..... I1t1,,2.
DP w (iPad)........*W of nw%...... .. .....112117122
tte^ . ........**. om 3.64 chs n of sw cor of se' 1317 22
thence 6.16 chs e 210 chs T
14.14 chs w 20 chs.... ....I
L t I Co... o... 1 *f n-,4 and sw'4 of sw'lx !
ix T & T ........ ...... 1917221
r small (Pald4)...........nw. ex e of n'*4 of nw1 4
And ex e' o4f nw ex T &t I
L ' .. ... ... ... ... ... ....2 17122
l o1 ... ... ... ...... ;Ia 4 of se ........ ....... 201722
i) S Pa ...... ***** % f sw%' and w'2 of e%*4 I
and ne' of u--14 ex T & T24117122
kra ..h ........... .aSe' of sv ... ... ..........4117 22
... of nl. .5 1712>
Siquiv lltey .... Iv-% of nw"4 and sw'4 of se% 35117"22
1 ...... ... iall of 'ex sw% of se'4, ... .....3611.22
INV$" ...... ..... wt of %sw* ex 8 acres to Gal- I I
I oway... ... ... ... ... .. 5117 23
a...0. i4ot 7 and 8 blk 2 sub of ne% 517123
S ..m ... .. : .. !lot 5 blk 3 sub of ne% ........ 5s17 23
SGs... *** ... .. ot 8 blk 4 sub of ne .. .. .. 517 23
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3 77 Edward Mann .. ........ lot 9 sub of n'2 of nw' ...... 21,1725
1 96 Mrs P V Morley... ..... se% of se% ... ... ....... ..26117 25
Mrs P V Morley... ...... se of se'4 for 1907........ 26117 25
C C Higginbotham (Paid).e', of nw4% and ne/4 of sw', 27 1725
7 36 C C Higginbotham (Paid). nw'4 of sek ex 3.16 chs e and
2 97 w by 14.94 chs n and s in sw
2 97 cor... ... ....... ...... 9 17 25
1 22 ( C Higginbotham (Paid). lot 9 sub of ne'/ of sw'4.... 2917 251
2 97 Jno A Graham.. .. ...... s 4 of ne% and se'4 of......3317 25!
1 46 Peninsula Naval Stores Cone 14of sw,......... .......35j17 251
A S Houston.. .. .. .... lot -, blk 113 Higley........ 35 17251
Vaughn & Avery ...... sw. of nw% ... ... ... ...... 13!17!261
8 61 Vaughn & Avery.. .. .... se'4 of ne/... ... ... ...... 14117!261
1 22 Roy Benjaimn .. ........ lot 13 Maywood sees 13 and.. 24i17126
3 98 M NDobrossky...... .... wl of ne of nw%4 of ne 1 .. 24117 26
J Linn... ... ... ...... com at nw cor of ne'4 of nw ~ 24117126
t:ience e 15 chs s 10 chs e 5 I
chs s 4 chs w 20 chs n 14 chs! I
5 38 Winm C Herman... ....... e 1-8 of set, of sw' .... ...... .'61726
1 46 S J Warren.... ... ...... wi, of nw.4 of sei..... .. ..'2617i26
4 48 Empire Land Co... ..... nw, of ne-4 ... ........... 29!1726
2 47 J D 'pham ... ... ... ..f. s of se ... .............. 29 17126
3 74 E A Blickenstaff..... .... nk of se ( of nw'4 and 12 chs
n and s by 10 chs e and w in
3 27 nw cor of sw'4 of ne4.. .. 341171261
2 47 Mary Bane... ...... ... s12 of sel0 of nw%4 and 8 chs I
1 72 n and s by 10 chs e and w in! I I
sw ,or of ne'4 . . . ... 34!17'26
Moore & Co.... ........ n"A' of ne'4 of nw' ........ 3417 26)
3 57 Winm Jahen... ... ...... s 3-4 of w of nw'2... .... 3417'.'6
Moore & Co .. ... .... sw'4 of Ilnel of nw'4 anl in 3-v i I
3 27 of wt.. of s '4 ... .... ..... '.34 17 241
Mooil't & Co... ... ......w '..of ne 4 of net14 and k'14 of !
nw'4 of nei ... .... ..... 34 17,261i
6 09 S. J Manr............ ... .i- of ne1,4 ox 30 chs e and i w' 1 I
2 47 by 5 chs n and s in nw cor. .3..!17 26
Moore & Co... ... ... ... ...t, of n14 of nel' and \w2 fi
4 S sw14 of nw\ and nw ,f 4N i
W ....... .....- .*. 17 -26
9 K2 S J 3War-n ... ... ...... n.V14 of sw"'4 of w' 4 and "' 1
S 01 of nc'l of sw14 and a 3-5 of I
15 57 sw.\4 of ne'4 of sw',4... '3617,261
Moore & Co.... ... ...... ne'T% of ne%4 .... ......... ..,36 1 6
9 37 A L Spilceran. ..... ... se% of ne ... .... ............ ..6!17"26
1 46 Thos Ruff. ..... ... .... ne1'4 of se4... .... .... .....361726
95 Mrs F" R Gary..... ... ... all of blk 11 0 S Ocala......
95 Alfred Lark. ..... ... ... n'; of lot 4 blk 14 0 S Ocalai
P P Gadson..... .... .... 23 ft e and w by 112 ft n and s


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1 72 Mrs J T Shumaker......el/ of sw% of ne,4 of nw1, ..17117123
1 46 RS Hall... ... ... ..... 1035 ft e and w by 470 ft n andl i [
1 22 s in nw cor of ne' of sw\vl17117"23
2 66 Mary Graham....... ...corn at se cor Durrance lot,
2 66 Summerfield.. .... .... ...'171723
1 56 thence e 40 ft n 60 ft w 40 ft!
2 66 s 60 ft...... ... ... .... ... i
2 21 W Dickerson.. ... ......comr 32 chs s of ne cor .......171723
1 56 thence w 10 ch s s 8 hs e 10;
3 98 chs n S chs... ... ... ..... i
1 22 W P Strunk... ... ......n1 of nel' and noe' of nw l' -"17_3
2 7 Nathan Mayo..... .. seii of ne.'4............ ....19 17_23
2 97 C L Elkins... ... ........ 7.07 chs sq in nw cor of ne'14
of s 4 .. .... ... ... ... .. I2 17,231
Carney Phos Co.... .... s.. of nel' ex .s\U of swl, ofl
ne 4 and spi of nw' and !
s of se4 .... . . . . .. 2017 23
14 25 P Tickler... ........... of sw-4 of n"'4........ ;2017 2.3!
Carney Phos Co... ...... sw% of nw% ... ..... ... 21117;231
4 78G W Hector.... ... ...... w 1-3 of sw'4 of sv. .. .. ..!21 17,231
78 G \W Hector.... ... ... .. lot 7 sub of n',> of sI.. .... 1211171231
6 80 H M Goethe & Co... ..... lot 1... ... .31... ... ... ... ..23 7,')'231
Mrs E Briggs... ... .....nw4 of se4 of ni, of lot 3. .2' 17,231
4 2 4D E Millholland... ..... co m5 chs e of sw cor lot 7. .12517 23
10 53 thence n 20 chs e 7.50 chs s' 1
2 47 20 chs w 7.50 chs ....... .
5 Anna A Darwin... ...... ne/ of neY of nw ,4 ex 3.16
5 75 chs sq in ne cor and ex 3.1.5
52 7. chs sq in nw cor.......... 26117123
2 97 JE Kemp... ... ... ... 7.68 chs sq in ne cor of nw 1 I I
1 7 2of nw 4......... . ........ .126117 23
M E Gillett.... ... ... ... e 3-8 of ne4 of se,4 ... ..... 2717 23
P A Wooley.... ... ...... nw% of ne% and neY4 of nw 29417 23
W P Strunk.... ... ..... w% of ne%'... ...... ...... 30117 23
2 66 L B Branch.... ... ... ... n% of sw% ..... ... ....... 3017 23
S66 J P Driggers.... ... ..... ne% of se4. ......... ..... 301723
W S West. ........... e of ne4.... ... ... ... .. 31 1723
Mrs C Brinson.... ... ....s'^ of se% of nw% of ne'4.. 31 17123
Susan M Smith... ... ... s% of ses and ne% of se'4 w '
S 6 of R R ................ .'3117123
2 66 Mrs M Saborg.......... w% of ne%4 ......... ........ .t35!17123
1 T H Harrison........ .. lots 115 161 Weir Park .... 4117124
1 46 R Y Lovell.. .. .. ...... l t 156 Weir Park.. ........I 4!17124
1 2246 Mrs W S Wallace.. .. ..lot bd s by Lake Weir w byl 1 1
1 22 Pollard n by public road e by 1 1
Turnley's lot sub of lot 5.. 5117124
1 01 Mrs F R Gary.. .. ...... lot 8... ... ... ... ......... . 117124
1 0197 R Y Lovell .... .. ....... fractl part of lot 3........... 617 24
-2 Heirs of W C Eagleton.. corn at Lake Weir 7.40 chs w -
4 54 of e bdy lot 5............. 6 17124
8 01 thence n 25.09 chs w 12.59 I
S ohs s 30 deg e 5.16 chs s 70 -
13 35 deg w 10.65 chs s 20.65 chs I
13 e to p o b............ .....
1 22 W L Bard.............. com at sw cor of lot 2.... .... 1917 241
1 22 ,. ., ,7,*0 thence e 7 1-6 chs n 6 chs w ]
1 22 10 5-6 chs s 6 chs e 3 4-6 chs
95 W A Guthery... ........ co mat ne cor lot 2 ...... .. 2017 24
1 72 thence w 45 deg 45 min n
1 22 . .- 9.23 chs s 20 deg w 3.75 chsl
2 97 s 55 deg e 9.27 chs n 2.75 chs
8 27 T'nknown... ... ... ..... 224 ft e and w on w side of lotl
1 22 5 ex 340 ft n and s and ex 301 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 n!
2 97 and s in sw cor of nw% ... .2117 24
1 22 j C Hannah....... ..... stj of n% of swV% of neV4.... )21117 24
1 72 Jno S Kenyon.... ....... n% of nw%4 of sw '%of se%.. 21117 24
71 Unknown... ... ... ... nw% of se% of sw% and s% *;
95 of se%' of se% of sw% and i
1 22 cont 13 chs s of nw cor of nw I
95 % of sw %4... .... .... ..... 2117 24
1 22 thence s 5 chs e 10 chs n 5 |
95 chs w 10 chs... ... ... ... I
5 49 Ulmer & Co. ... ........ e1 of sw% of se%..... .... ..121117 24
Unknown... ... ....... ..* of nei of seV......... 121'1724
Fla Ftz Mfg Co..... .... n% of nw'4 of sw'4..........1. 221724
R G Allsopp... ... .....,s% of se%4... ... ... ... ..1..23 17 24
3 87 C F Waterman.... ....... ne!4 of se% of se%.. .. ....124 17 24
1 72 Ulemr & Co(... ... ..... sw% of ne% and se% of nw'!.
and ne4 of sw'4 and nw1 of)
se' ...... ... ... ... ....... 26117 24
7 36 Albert Underhill.. .. ... nw% gf nw%4 ex T & T.... .. 27!17 24
2 97 Martha Cox.... ... ...... w% of sw% of neY of nw4 .127117 24
1 46 Mray E Underhill.... .... sw4 of nw%... ... ... .....27117 24
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....128117 24
N W Williams.... .... ... com 5 chs e of sw cor......'.9!171241
thence n 20 chs e #3 chs s 20' (
3 57 chs w 5 chs .............. . I
2 47 Joe Johnson... ... ......s 3-4 of nw%' of se% w of R R129'17i24
A J Willis.... ... ........ wI of nwY, of se4 of nw4 ..'29 17 24!
2 02 Masonic Lodge, Col. ..... com at ne cor lot 1 blk 1 So i
95 Lake W eir.... ... .... ...... 29 17124
thence w 130 ft s 170 ft e 130
1 76 ft n 170 ft... ......... .... .
Unknown... ... .... .... n1 of s% of blk 3 S Lake Weir 29 17i24
S Lehman... ..... ... 90 ft n and s by 106 ft e and i
w on n end lot 1 blk 17 S I
I Lake Weir. ..... ...... 29117 24
191 Chas L Brannon........ lots 4 and 5 blk 19 S Lake Weir 29117.24
2 97 j H Treat.............. 2.50 chs n and sty -2 chs e and
1 72 w in se cor... .... ... .....301724
1 72 W L Bard. ............ 6 chs e and w by 10 chs n and
Ss in ne cor of nw% ....... !30 17 24
2 77 E P Faunce.. ...........5 chs sq in nw coar of ne4 ofj
; sw .4 . . . . . . . ... ..30 17 24
N W Williams. ..... ......sw of w i of se;. ........ 3017 24
1 93 hlmer & C .. .... ... n of sw' and s' of s1, of!
89 ]nw .... . . . . . .... ...132 17 24
W R Peterson...... ....sql of nw4 of nw~%..........1331724
3 27 Unknown...... ... ....nw of nw% and n1.g of se'
2 97 '* 't *gI of nw% ......... ...... .. 34 17 24
Sumter Co Fla Land Co.. e of se and sw4 of se%
and se4 of sw% ......... 35 17 24
6 09 W R Peterson...... .... sl of nw% and sw' of ne'
and n of sw%........ ....361724
4 54 S P Sly...... ... ..... sw4 of sw' and sw% of se 361724
1 46 J B Martin....... ...... corn 4 1-3 yds s of nw cor of (
1 46 ne% ...... ... .... ....... 17117 25
thence e 165 yds n 81/ deg {
5 04 w 172 1-3 yds w 30 5-6 yds
n 352 yds w 129 yds s 524
4 54 yds............ .. . .. ... 1
Hush Young............ se% of se / e of river. ....... 19!17 25






















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C C Rawls... .... ... w of e- of lot 2 blk 55 0 S
Ocala...... .... .. .... i
3 .57 Mrs D C Edwards Admx. n of blk 58 0 S Ocala......
B S Ausley (Paid)....... lot 1 blk 14 N S S Oacla......!
1 32 R A Hall ........ .... a of lot 2 blk 19 N S S Ocala
89 Rich Washington (Paid). lot 3 Snowden's sub of blk 24!
4 86 N S S Ocala... ... ... .....
3 10 J H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 4 Snowden's sub of bik 241
5 74 I N S S Ocala... .... ... ...I
2 66 J H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 7 Snowden's sub blk 24 NI
3 10 S S Ocala... ... ... ......
68 Z C Chambliss.... ........ i of lot 2 blk 25 N S q 0)ala
1M A Johnson... .. .... ;) ft n and s by kSt ft t and \v
S16 in ne cor lot 4 bik 26 N S S,
2 97 Ocala...... ... .. .......
1 46 Robt Sellers ...... ......A ) 'ft e and w on w .side lot 4i
95 1 l .. bik 26 N SS S cala...... .
Isaac Simmons.. .. .... lot 2 blk 28 N S Ocala....
Phillis Norwood.... ...... 192' ft e and w by 140 ft n anti
3 37 s in ne cor blk 34 N S S'
1 22 Ocala...... ...... ..... ..
1 72 R McConathy... ... ..... -aiz and n'. of fractl bik ,0f
and adjoining blk 36 N S S,
Ditto & Maloney... .... n% of lot 4 blk 8 N S N Ocala,
C 0 Jones.... ... ... ..... s\8 of lot 3 blk 14 N S N Ocala!
0 M Goodrich.... ........ 7; ft n and s by 110 ft e and!
4 47 w in nw cor lot bd n by'
Smith St e by cemetery N
S N Ocala...... ... ... ...
5 34 Jas Lemon.... ... ....... com 140 3-4 ft s of sw cotr off
intersection of Smith and ()r-;
ange streets N S N Ocala'
thence s 76 ft w 1010 ft n 76
3 14 ft e 100 ft... ... ... ....... .
S J Owens ... ... ... ... cosm707 ft n of nw4 bik 601 )
S Ocala thence n 90 ft e 119
3 57 ft s 90 ft w 119 ft... .....
Wm Hooker (Paid)....... corn 22.45 chs n and 5.80 chs e
3 27 of sw cor... ... ... .... .
1 22 thence e 12.68 chs to R R swl
2 97 with S A L R R 5.28 chs wil
10.50 chs to A C L R R n with)
R R 5.14 chs to p o b ex 4!
acre lot to Sally Emedley andti
1-8 acre lot to Belle William.s
in sw cor of said land......1
4 47 Sol Benjamin... ... .... corn 156 ft s of nw cor.... ..117
1 46 thence e 105 ft n 810 ft e 105'
2 97 ft s 182 ft w 105 ft n 9,) ftl
2 97 w 105 ft n 12 ft to p o b .
2 97 U' ............ com at ne cor blk 40 0 S Ocalal
1 72 thence n 198 ft w 258 ft s
198 ft e 258 ft Dunn's central
ad.... .... .... .... .... .
6 09 J W Crosby... ... ... ... e2 of lot 15 Caldwell's ad Ocalal
2 97 R B Bullock... ... ...... c e of lot 23 Caldwell's adi
1 2" Ocala... ... .... ... ....
4 24 R B Bullock... ..... ... corn 50 ft e of sw cor lot 2*3
Caldwell's ad Ocala thence n1
105 ft e 52' ft s 10.5 ft w
SHall Paid)/2 ft. .. ................
S3 R S Hall (Paid) .......... 122 ft e and w on w side lot' '61
932 "" Caldwell's ad Ocala........
21 7 Mu2nr e & Chambliss .. .. 90 ft e and w by 133 ft n andt
s in ne cor lot 26 Caldwell'sh
ad ()cala.... .... ..........
Mrs M L Carlisle (Paid)..cornm 140 ft e of nw cor lot 371
2 62 ICaldwills ad Ocala thence e
92 0 65 ft m 120 ft w 65 ft n 120 ftl
S97 Mrs M L arlisle (Paid)..)m 14ft e of nw cor lot 37
Caldwell's ad Ocala thence e
2 32 65 ft 120 ft w 65 ft n 120 ft;
76 Ed Jffordsfor 1907... .... ... .........
dJffr ... ......... corn at se cor lot I Reardon'~s
1 25 .Middletown lots Caldwell's ad,
Ocala thence e 68 ft n 162 ft
3 27 wDa 68 ft s162ft ... .... ....
E VW Davt. ........ ... 49 1-3 ft e and w on n end of
10 83 lot 2 Reardon's Middletown
1 468 lots Caldwell's ad Ocala ...
46 M -- Reardon...... lot 4 ex 29% ft n and a on a
S 31 side Reardon's Middletown
1 2Floridalots Caldwell's ad Ocala....
22 lorida Tool-y ......... ot 4 Sternberger's sub of nw'
5 79 9 of Alvarez grant Caldwel's
S9 s ad Ocala .. ..........
8 31 Rachel Richardson ....... lot 5 Sternberger's sub of nw'
of Alvarez grant Caldwells
13 35 )itto & Ocala......
47 Ditto & Maloney ..... lots 10 and 15 Stern.berger's. sub
of nw% of Alvarez grant
SW w I Caldwell's ad Ocala.........
D S Woodrow.... ... .... lots I and E and 10 s of ad-
joining lot E Caldwells sub
L L gsw p... ... Alvarez grant....
:; 6 E Lang ... ... ....... 348 ft n and on end of lot O
1 72 and all of P Caldwell's sub
S9 of sw part of Alvarez grant
1 6 L E Lang ...-.... .......45ch e and w on e aide of
1 36 lot o ('afdwell's sub of sw
3 98 part Alvarez grant..
LS wis Fox ... ........ Ia of lot 4 i & D ad ***caa
W L McLane........... all of lot 20 & D ad Ocala..
2 16 R S Sample........ .... all of lots 35 and 38 S & D a
68 O calaOa .. D ad
4 86 Bragg Scriven..........lot 1 blk 1 Alred ....
1 33 T J Davis........... ..lot 2 blk 2 Alred' ss ad ....... 7
68 W J Goodin............4 of ne lot 4 blk 2 Aa -lred
a77 ad..'. " .... .....
1 77 Eunice Edwards......... nw and S of lot 4 blk 2!
133 Altred's ad ... .... .
89 H W James (Paid)....... nw% of lot 3 blk 1r -tI oss ad 7
Ocala....... r ..Go...
1 T L Lambright.......... n. of n% of lot-""b'k-' ";
1 49 OGoss ad Ocalta bk : rI
2 21 L J" of lot 1 bk-
1 I Ocala.. r Go. adi
2 21 A 1. Lambright.......... all of lot 2"blk s'
2 66 Otala d
Sampson...........lot 1 blk 3 r 2 Gos. ad Ocala..d
T .1 Anderson........... lot 1 blk 1 r 3 Goss ad Ovala..
2 lt AC McKinney.......... 84 ft e and w on w side of lot
4 anf 166 ft e and w on e sidc
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F W Ditto... ... ....... lots I and 4 ex ft -on w sd
of lot 4 andmWx 1- ft sod
14)- ox 166 ft on
Sside of hot 1 Ik 2 r 3 (;,3.s ad
1 SC *la lot l blk 7 r r a ad
S Robt orris... ... .....lot 4 bl -
S e lia Austin... ... ......l 10 and k bl .. '
ad Ocala blk I Dunn's nw....
S3 Amanda Small (Paid).... lots 1 and 3 blk **Dunn ** j
ad Ocala L Dunns nw
4 H HS 4 ,>8 *ad Ocala.. L ..n.
Delia Moore (Paid)...... all of blk N Dunn. nwa--"-
16 Amanda Small... ........lots 1 and 3 blk pw ad'(1 *an
2 *1 ad Ocala Dunn's nw
2 21 MvIlver & MacKay...... lots 11 and 13 bl'k unn**n
21 d Ocala. blk P Dunn's
2 66 8 Kirby (Paid)....... ... lot 12 )blk P 'Du. .nw
947 M Livingston (Paid).... lots 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 blk P Dunn -'
5 49 nw ad Ocala
I 'E Seiv.r (Paid)......... lots 11 13 blk IDunn"
1c1 .O.ala blk Du..s n %v

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'nknown. ... ... orey Ocala.......
.........comr84tft of se o)r blk 5
ott's. survey (Ocala thence
n 112 ft w 81 ft s 112 ft 81
H ro .. .. ...... ... ... ... ......
" lang ... n t lot 82 Gary's ad 10aa
S..... n of se4 and sw]i' of lit S2 '
H Fulr Garys ad ala .. ........
Lul. H Fuir.. .......... n,. (of lot 11 Gary's ad Ocala i
I )d ... .. ... ft and w by 112 ft n and
s in nw vor of lot 1,) (oary's
. l ad Oeala. .. .... .
IIa ? :tll | s1 lot* .. Ict 6; M it(h -.l', r v isd ad ) ( ala
R M Abrams tPaid)...... lots 27 2L 3' ; 31 Mitchl' re-
ot -e 1d ad oeala ..........
I- '. h -,,. ..... ; ts 46 and 47" Mit,'h-ll' r v- sed '
A' ad, O-cala . .
AM ,w r. .. .... "lot 3 J Gre-t-n's ad Ocala..
i.." ...7. *con 7 3 3-4 ft \\ of n- (o,,r lot 1
I Smith's ad ()c-ala th'-nc,-
u '7 ft s 6: ft i. lI, ft s 4,0
ft ft n 31.4 ft t 7314 ft
n 73t1 ft.
lRt a.s %* Murry .. ...... .-mn 4', ft ,* ,f ni ciur of lot 1 "
f i Sminith's ad )Ocala
45. ft s 13 s1 ft w 45, ft n
S12S u.. ft .... ....... ......
R -b-,. <" Murry . ... in 4' ft .,f n\ % r of lot o,
SG Snmith'.- ad ( cala the-nc..
4,. ft s 13 t.i- ft x% 4:. ft n
1..3 ,.. ft for 14907.. .. ......
Peter Ingrain... ... .... 4' ft sq in so. or of .1.-> ot l t 7
E 4; Smnith's :a 4haTa l... ..
J F J.>hn n .. .. .. .... lot (.-,, i),.s" s n Sm with's ;i.i -ala ......
M Wil-,on. ... ........... .. lt 17 E 0; Smith's :lad
,"-a la . .. .. . . . .
Robt Smith... .... ....... lots 1 .anl 2 sub i .f 1,tI 1 EI G
Sini:h'> ;,d 4 i*cala .... . ..
Alice Long. .......... ... .i 4 of hbk 1 C'li,-'s sub .f"
nl,14 'of i" 14 .. ...... .....1 17, '2
J H Roger... ... ....... s~v4 ,.f lIk 2 (min'.- su1) of
nt14 oif ni\ .. .... .. .. .. .. I '17. 22
Minnie Long ... ... ....'t of blk 2' 'lin.-'s subl .f n.-
S, of n\- 4 . . . .. . . ..... 1 1, 22
tLorin Gloster... ... ... n'2 o' blk 1 4'lin-'s .-uf Iof
nfet4 of nw\'4... ... ...... . 1 1,
H C Chamber*... ........ all o)f hiks 1; 2_'4 -27' !;in .'- sub
of nt.14 of \% 14 . . .... . .. 1 22
Ella L.wis... ... ....... lot 4 blk 17 t'lin-.'s sub ,of 4i,.i
of n l 4 .. ... .. .. ....... . 1 17, .2
Sara Williams. ..... .... all of bik Is C(lint's sub of n.- i
oIf n v 4- . . . . . . . ..
of nw.4................... l 1 2
Jno Pag<.. ... ........... all of blk 19 ("lin.'- sub o)f iO 14
f n 4 .... ... .. ....... 1 13 2
T J on... ... ......all of bik 27 <'lin*-'s sub ,if n,.1
$of nw 1 ... .... ... ...... . 2
Anna 4; Vanc' ......... ... I O< ft so in s. c .r if n ,.14 of
nw\\ 4 <'lin-'s ald Ocala.. l.. 15.2.
L J Ilal.K-k.. .... ...... .crn 149: ft -. and 12'9t ft n ,of i
s. cor. . . . . .. . I 22
then -s ".t'., ft ".'l ft i
a '" j ft x' 1"- 1 ft . . . . . .
L.,1... ft \\ ft
S S Bulilock... ... .... 'irn .'.4 ft %% andl _62 ft t1 of
t. tr .f .fIsw 14 . . . . .. . 1 _'
th.nT .',- k" 1 :.. ft t 9 '.l-f \
132 ft s 2-., f:. ... .... .
l .tt & M;lit>tey... ....'com 1'.. ft ni an.i 177 ft **,f
th',nc.' n 1,.', ft \l "l'' f: .s 1"'
ft 21. f .. ... .........
J H Pluitt . ... ..... cornn 1., ft .s and 7.44 ft i of'
1 s4 t)r on N st.... ..... 171 2
th,'nc. \ 4-2' ft In 2 d'e- **
4:0 ft e 4240 ft s deg w 4-" ft'
<'* 'r.,im Pald)......... .'lots 12 and 13 P.ullock's suil off
nt.4 . . . . . . ..... . _1 16 '.
W S Hjitllok F.... ... .. o ;m at a pt 441 ft \\ f nt. cir 19'1 22
thonc, wv 3.l i' ft s 211" ft
\v (iT, f. s 16 1, f .\ i4.41
ft s 4-'' ft \\ 141 f, s 47't ft \\
42 ft 4 ft s\ 21' l ft 91.,
1't ,, *2 4*; ft n 121' ft w UIs :f
n .'3!' f: \ 224 ft n 17., ft
224 ft n 31,' ft ".- 160 ft '! 2'"'
ft t. 160 ft n -'"1 ft ..... .. .... .
Mr- Jan. Murr.-ll .... lot 23 blk 1 And.-r.-on's ad ( ),ala 1.3 .21
W H Taylor. ... . t 7 hk .2 Anderson's ad O(ala 13 15 21\

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Ocala .......... ..........
.. ot blk \\',- t F:.i ,a!ah .
... ots 79 11 13 1 T 17 1s 19 24 hik
> W se. Knd (Ocal; ..... ....
ots 14 16 blk < \V.-st E.In 'Wala
.- lot. 2 2 -'2 bk est End nOcala:
t. t 14 b1lk 9 Wes End (Ocala..
.W -, b '< 1 V.' F'd 1 ."t,i
.' 1. 17 b'k : \\''XV : :En-I
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: .n n . lot 4 7bk 74 S 2 bk 7
Park .. .
w. . ..1 i t s 9 1 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 4 '' 6 1 4

l' h.n k .. .. .t bl.k S S Park.
A J Kebuch I.* *hIt 4 blk 74.S- Park ....

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S H,,, .'.......Pa ....... Park

1. el.d..ot blk 1 S S ParkPrk
S .1 H s ...........lotS blk 137 S Park .......
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7 PIll lots 11 3 b1 k -, Z P S Park
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I'. Hulh....... ... .lt 1$ 1 bk 21O2 S _S Park.
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Anthony Pfund .... Grov4e Tracts 14. S146 I
2 02 147 15 154 155 for 1907 S S I
ParR .. .. .... .... ........
I Anthony Pfund .. .. .. .. Orange Grove Tracts 145.' 146'
S{ 1-4fl7 15i3 154 155 for 190t, S I'
7 66; i Park .. .. .... .... ........ .
2"t 61 8 E Piper ...... .. .. Orange Grove Tract 1S7 S S
Park ......... ..... ......
10, X;, Jo,- Madden .. .. .. .... Orange GGrve Tract 25'0 S S
10C ,). Park. . ..... ......... .. .
H Blalsh Agt (Paid).... ,Orange Grove Tract :.xxS S S
, : Park .... .... .... ........
S'2.5 E F ld ............ lots 7 N blk E Ro,)te's ad S S
6 76, Park ....... .... ..... .......
;J H L -ss+.t.t r . .. .. . lots .' 6 blk Leroy. .... ...... 17 16
2 E.\ i:ri E Harrington .. .. lots 1 2 blk 30i L rtiy... ....'. 'I6




96 Next Sunday's New York World Something of the zeal for reform
Magazine will contain lioster portraits of a Wendell Phillips or a Garrison

-4 in color, fit for wall decoration. of lives again in the Boston publish r of
the following actors and actresses: school books, who proposes that in
49 Cillie Bure, Grace George, David Be- the Intest of peace "such literature
and history as tend unduly 'to incul-
49 lasco. George Arliss. W. H. Crane and d unduly to icul-
44 cate the achievements of war" .hall
97 .Ju.' Opp. Also a song. words and be expunge, from school and college
e:, !;i'.-c complete. from Cole & .loh.n- text books.
sn musical ex-travaganza. "The The necessary sacrifice of his own
Red Moon." now running at the Ma- stock in trade will dim all records of
e;t jesti- Theater. Broadway. New VYork. wines and liquors cast into gttters
22 Cole and .'ohnson. who wrote the by converted saloon keepers. A:' for
2.o!i:g. are both colored nine. and this the task of censorship involved. it
iso:-'. 'i. ai. old-fashioned "coon song." woulhi stagger a Russian po.stoffice of-
-.41 cial.
4 POLITICS MAKES NO DIFFER- Ft'();i how ,ati million o \olintes
S\vo ild a! R.-\ ies Ride" haie to
But; if you are lokin. for the best !,o c'," oiw?' T!he i'iu' pencil would
S.'c.t i in which to 'te,. come to m :;i throtiu ii Ba! ra Frietchie
SMarion county. Florida, where lands 'il ersal,, ,,, ,
can h bought at from $2.50 to $25
*: cr -e, according .3 location and ,i, " I,' ii ,iL' ltil the w'vorl'i."
improvements. On thcse lands we ih:ougihii 1 c( n.-~ P i'.i ion'.: !!' a'trii
1 ai.e ilom two to tour crops per year. ni~g .\' ll ; 'er' iincs tIo Prrv's
an.! hence .o not have to contsumrle inic ,or-,'i, I t ak r. to L wrece. to
i \i;t,'r all that we can lay up int sum-
,\ashon crossing the Dela"areU.
1 you ar,' skeptical, visit the M a- '. '.il !, .' I'tl 'l, si 1 bl)o ''te o'lit.
rion County Fair. December 1; 17 s;,'s R ,,. vihid hav, i, o:
and 1<. 19',. and see for yourself. ,, Th,. Sa" i.a I [;P tnin.. '
For further particulars address. .
F. W. DITTO. R.'al Es'ate Dea!er "'tit! o "toitbs itrs'it, in air'. h T.,
S 11-20-tfw Ocala, Fla. 'ipro.ooal. at l'eads. s r\. i-. ithe intr'ose
'- -- "' "-alling ho(;v ;ic'h ;nii traie,! is;
-. NO ENCROACHMENT i :r l' ,'rtt0,,.' o :, r .,,1tgs a d patri-1
~_\ li ,aof t'n ii-r t
S Satfo-,,i .exrciss he ri-ght ot e:ni. i T r'\ o,'' ,,- l, ojec v would
S n "n dontaint when it conlm s to i!lan:- ., os n .,a'.. ,,,'as ','rht usly il;
i7 cele',ry. Sip'akling of Savannaii en-1 .,n m ;,i,. wi'h that c .' :o.o sacrt, ;
,-. tagi!' in the lbus. iess thet Orlani lo ,,i, .,,, a .' n v ,.iV,.. i,1
R' -potrter-Star say.s: ,,t' T s I t i','.' i l, i f war
'avannahl is behind: l h ane v. hn f l ca
,2 COP.h'.s TO Selery %..(:'. :'' .rii ''-,li,', I tna'' i'e p ''er-
af.. $lor' a- Savannah dis'4at.cefi t !:: ,, to rt' in--n-' -. l.lxlington an'!i
-;b a $Sra-. So Significant that $-' 'can I('l(, .,',i t lets. h, Roberit Gouil.
S!;.ver $iz2- up to th- $elery $i.v of it memorial ,it! ., ('Commonn. he
n; j ;it ,,i St' '.,.Ip e of ihe O ,ii N,,rT ('h4irch. utln-
1;-',". P'Il taInI;ilo e'" i' 'l W orlt.
- Represetitarive- W ilsoni of I.e,' com(' i-" .. l-f a\ i- I kt \ot. ,| --.>"
1 'y has in: oitnwed a bill in th+e !t.usoe Sada h'..
S!o prohibit the klli'g of (deer ill their ''"t: I v.a 6tt ontt tt!t. :n1ale c-lar."
97' slate for fivv years. Mr. Wilson 'ot.-I S ,ahl -I',
1 ;ends that with such a law enforced. 1' ; v ,,t ; ;, e
71 Florili will soou regain what sh- has .: '.i.-
7I lost )by the g'- of the pot huntier- sw" ,'
_ .Apalachicola Times. H
T '''-" wi' i'l'i.' l: .- ,ii, "vi' ~-
9 -. ----, c 1 \, I d.I. (il '+ n iO I't k .-s
7- Th, olI ship of sta:e is receiving .\nii. ,'"
-- some e-tv-,r' jolts at this partie':la: n tr-i 'i- criltr
.,.. time up at Tallahassee. Some of th GET-TOGETHER SPIRIT
9 '-t)bos ,ion'T see-n to care wh.theth the!
- old ship sinks or not. But she has lat he ge pirit i
weathered many legislatures and the n t i A ,alachicola. a Tile
-nhq .o .- Ar -, -l .1 -.tb tni .* -: tirit w ill .




\V i.,t, h" is little thie big girls kiss .hat place,. have jee, built f1e6
1. 1 ,.vh-. h i. ,n-orwn up the *i;rty pier-s are in the channel. whof
'l. 'i! kiss him. 'e, water is deepest and swittre.t. but
If he is poor he is a bad manager: '* '.' that more shallow water hm
h e is rich he is dishonest. .On *, 'ached. the building of the plem
'f he n l.s cr.-dit he can't get it: i:' 1 e more rapid,. Great quanitlle
' I is p)rosperois everyone wants to : i- material of every conceivable -a
,i) nli, a fax or. j i- hase been assemble. at Bahb
i 'h s iii politics it is for pie: if ;ona. where another giganic treit
S: t of t oliics you can't place n ,ialucr is to he built This torv
S;:a. ..'.1 no good for his country. ',will offTr more se-rious obstaebl
I h., ,,'t give to charity he is any of those so far undertake%
t s y c'iss: if he doos. it is for i :i through the great dleprh tf
S":' s if'.viftness r.f tidd and riovu
ht It i- activIly religious he is a t,- at water. This will necessarily
'.y .rit, if he takes no interest in .) t :he work rather slow. butt th
*,'ttin, he is a hardened sinner. t rerstl- will be buill is a forsge
If he shows affection he is a soft .)nrl',iion Work will b, eomnml ace
-;e-cinrn-u if he cares for no one he .j rhi- week. All along the Ma
c'- 'Il bloolef L :. ranch or part (if "he, work s.
1: .- dieOs yoli ga their, was a good t ,sar.\ ro complete.. aniI build the
.e ah '.1 o t14njm: if he lives to '. into Key \V --r is .)-nin r ; he*
:1 aei e h, has missed his calling. h zrea'er dispa;'e ".a n ,\, be.
""': ',)ai i.- rocky. lint man loves ,",. ar, it,!i-s-s itr!:" tiron ni, s.parry
'.'-' i i ) pr dicion t 'h ".''n***rc. o ilh
S". aa smoothh Sailing. dlo ex- ; -.ns wii' b- r'mnnint 1: 'o Kew \et
Sri thi 's at all times and t hit; h n-xt yi-ar will prov,- A r
S 'I t riile \-)otr'elf as to \ hat i ..- Mi :' Ni \e'--R-eer:-.
"".;. -, :,ia thinly vou" Ilmotives are.-
;..s.e.. Sun. UNCERTAIN
S---- ''0'- (aC't"s i: LIVED 152 YEARS ,0 ,::' we won't r,. !')- K1*-- tie
\ .'.r < 's o"t: tha- av ":anl i.t t eft
W p':,,' -F'n.ilart,'- ,'1,..lst ,n.n-- : a 'i an e. j,..!. ctr : .n(qut -
., ,-..' : -.:' ; rl tim.. .: 12''. w ,ork.d ,
i, i.:; ', oa i < f '... npka Capital.
h. .. r 1.' ar.. liv,-o '', -.a s


F113 ~

H P' Myv-rs .. ......... lot I' b1)k 4. L,.ro v.......... .. 16 : 71
77 P ( I -rs n . . . . lt 14 blk ST7 Le-r t .. .. .... 1 1 -' I T71
53 E: Baker ... . . .. lot 2'4 bk 112 L r. y. . .... ; i 71
.A ;r-.-ni .- . . . . .. .iot 25 blk 115. L,.roy, . . .... 1. '' 7
\V H \Vin c nt .... .. .. . lt 2~1 bk 13:' L.ero.v. .... . . 1.' -' 71
E: Hak,.r ..... . .. 1,ots 223 24 bik 143 Lt.ry. ..... 1. 6 "I
E W '\" wn .. .. .. . lots 2! 31" blk 1'' L ry. .. . 1 9''
'. W \ -rlhy . ....... .22 bik 17.7 L.-r,,y. ... ...... 1 I ',, 71
L .\ M-*ss . . .. t. i 2 blk 177 Le.r y. .... 13 16 :" .7,
K A 'r:.n .- n .. .. .. .. lot- 7 blk I1, L.-ry.. .. I. 1 ", K
T T H L T.tlc tt ... . . . lots 1 :;; blk I'1 L.r..y.. ... 13 6I; -' :2.,
14 J A. K,-' p .. .. .. .. .. .. its 19 21 blk ] 4 Lcr '...... ..21 16 9 .
.1 F.: Ha. s ..... I.... .. .. )t 17 blk 19: L.ry. . . . . 162 71
Au us'i -.. .. .. . .I s :.7 :~i blk 2'6; L.*-r y...... 13l; 16 5:
'\ IA ) ;.*-: .i . .. .. . l.its 19 '1 bik 24; I--rv.. . . 16
4 I I ', r 4 I \- . .4 .
14 n r............ ....1ts s 4 bilk 22 L. ........1 16
I. \V L: b.rn .. .. .. .. ts 27 2' l)lk 2".> L '-r y. . .. 1 .1:t; ; '
S L k .. .. ..: 2' L.-r ...... 21 -1 .
; I: I'. r .. .. . .. ts 7 b1ik 271 L* -r''\. ..... 1: 17 ; 2,
I ; r: Tu k r . . . t.. 1 blk 2. L r . . .... . 1 1t 71
.l J P Thing. . . ... .ts 7 bik 2I' L.ryv. ... .... I. 16 '' 95
," ,' \l;r: ,itt,.r .. . .. .*.I.- +1 42' blk 2".1 1. r y V .. . .1 13 1 ..
S A Kirkna: . . . ,t 43 bIlk -97 L'-r v.... ... .13 16 71
j I .\b it .. .. .. .. t :"6 1.1k ::. Lr.> .. .. ...... I; 71
S A .I is.. . .......... .t 4 6 hb k : 4 L '\. . . 1 1 1 22

: NA .1 N'i Lhr ..... .. .. .... irt 2ti 7 bIk 4 I'r y.. .. .. : 16 '
S \'tN Lewi- .. . .. l.t 42 lilk 3' I*r y . .. .. ... 1 16 2 71
'. '. i . . .. ... ..1 t 21 blk 3 1 L.r y .. .... : 16 2i 71
. :4 \i' '.i n. . . . . .. l t .' blk i3 7 L -r y. . . . 16 "2 71
J S Ji' rdan . . ... . . lot 4 ); bk :3.57 L- 'r.iy ...... .23 162 21 71
I. -W ; Gr.ii...- .. .. .. . . ts 2' 21 22' blk 374 L.-riy. . . I 2: 1 4
11ary MV AlIpin .... .. .. lots 34 t 3 ilk 3.7S Lerivy.. 2:1 16 1
7 J JEd"i ris iPaidl) . . . ltis 1s 2* -'4 2.4 bik 37 Ler H W IV :s' n . .. lot 23 blk 31I L,'ry... ... 13>16 1 71
T I Da .. .... .. .. l.ot 4o bik S LBr.y .... .... 2321 2 i -71
S A Datvis . . . . . . lot 47 bik 3.92 Leroy.. . . .. 13 l6 20'1 71
7 A M .ioult-n ........ . lts 2' 21. 'i blk :3 4 L .rb.4v. ......2 16 2, 4
A\ T-.-mp..... lots 34 and 3.> blk 3!': Lrroy.. "1 16 95.
27 Er\ i .. .. .. . .. l.. ts 7 s blk 4'41 L-r.. . 2. . .. 3 16 13 !5
St r 'h ... ........ ... lot 2.4 blk 41 Letroy. ...... li 2 71
,'' N W n-s . .. .. .. .. ts 47 4. bik 4'2 Lcr. .. ...1 9 16 1.4
S '. *s -. ........- It 39 blk 4114 L',ronv.. .. ......19 162 71
.54 | bt lt a.r'ish ...... .. .... .lt 2t blk 4'.4 Leroy.. .. .... l.. .1 2 71
A K t. .\ l ... .. .. .. lot s 3 ik 41 3 L. ro .. .. .... 1:. 1 71
S\ i H Ki klii . .ts 4T6 47 bik 4. Ler y.r . . 2 9.1,
j R Ashtoi .... .... .... lot 3:19 blk 441 L.-riy. .. .... 21 16 2' 71.
' T. H;rtma;t .. .. ... . lots 31 32 blk 446 L, r yv.. ..... 1 7 915
S W Du .in ...... .. .'lots 4 44 4" 41 blk 45.6 L.'royv 16 2" 9-
H \1 Gliss n . . . . . lts 7 and hbik 467 L.roy.. . 23 16 2" 71
I .. .. . . . . . . lots 13 14 15 blk 477 Lenry. . 7 16 71
., 1 K.vsr...... ...... .lot 27 blk 4,1 Leroy.. ........ 3116=20: 71
( ir*nl.;,af.... .. ...... 'l ts 7 al nI blk 4%r 4 L'-r.y.. 7 16 "i 71
S A I ,ssa.... .... ..... lots 9 11 1 13 blk 4%6 L-roy.. 7 16 2'' 91
1L HI ain.r... .... ... lots 1 anl 2 blk 7,01 Lrin. .y li 'n1 I 71
6. E Knappj.... ... ..... lot 7 blk 51l Le-ry. ........ .. 1 16 2' 71
6 N' H Matz'en............ ra nge 'ro\ve ,Tract 2 for li7 .. 7
Ler.y . . . . .. .. .... .. 7 16 2' 1 2.
Inl.-rlir............. Oran.g Grove Tractt 3 Leroy... 17.1 1.t 21:
14 HI-irs of R B Hutchinosn. *'rang.- Grov rract 1" Leroy 17 1.6 2 95
K Vaktv..ty........... ..)rangt Gron iv Tract 46i Leroy 17 16' 2' 15
S .7 1\ Gaiine........ ... rang.s Grove Tract 174 L4.ry 11 l '6n" 9:
Tax ,ollc..tor, Ma.rion County. Florid a.

Trying to collect back accounts or
a subscription list gives the editor
a good insight into the various peo-
ple. Our experience along this line
ihas been pleasant, laudable, humor-
ous and exasperating. From our ex-
, perience up to the present we have
divided those paying up into the fol-
lowing seven classes:
First. there are those who pay up,
adi another year's subscription and
tell you how much they appreciate
the paper, and how they would bate
Sto be without it. They are friends.
Second, there are those who pay up
a year ahead, apologizing for making
you wait. and thanking you for being
so accommodating. They are gentle-
Third, there are those who pay up
and continue the paper. They are
square, honest men.
Fourth. arid in a class below the
others, come those who after paying
the editor several dollars that might
have pulled him out of many a hole
in days gone by when they were first
due, tell you he has no ill will against
you and your paper for trying to get
money, but that he does not desire it
any longer. These are unjust and un-
Pifth, in a class by himself comes
the man who pays up as if he feels
that you are robbing him, tells you
your paper is no good, criticizes your
method of doing business and hastens
to stop his paper. These are men
whose obituaries we would be pleased
to write, if it were not for the fact
that editors are supposed to say nice
things about lead ones. We would
dlub them soreheads.
Sixth, there is also the man who is
important in his day and generation.
The man who has been in business
and has made a little pile for himself
and consequently thinks he knows a
few things, and who tells you that
you don't carry on your business
properly. points out your errors with
fiendish glee. tells what he would do
if he were running a paper and caps
the climax by stopping his paper.
This man. in spite of the fact that by
some odd accident he has managed to
scrape together during his lifetime.
we would christen a blockhead.
Seventh is usually the measly bunch
of dleadiheads that hamper every bus-
iness, and add thousands of dollars to
the wrong side of the ledger of many
an honest man every year. the man
who has taken your paper for a
ber of years, but now refuses it with-
out pay. A comprehensive search
through the utmost limits of our vo-
cabulary failed to reveal an epitaph
sufficiently appropriate to this scamp
but we expect that he will get his re-
ward by and by.-Lakeland News.


Mr. Richbourg of Walton--who is
in oli hand at the legislative game,
andl whose position as chairman of
the CorniPeld Club). establishes right
ro the title of "Lawmaker of the Peo-
ple"-is fond of reading, andl clips
what strikes his fancy as he reads.
Here's a sample. showing the rcnal-
'Ty of the Richbourg taste:
Man Under a Spyglass
.\ man's l ift' is full of crosses and
,'lnip lnou s.
i!, (',no es into this world without
".' c(i'sentO and I oes out against his
vi;. andI til trip between the two is
'\-" ',in,!iI\ ,ocky. says the Chicago
"'',,1 .lou'rtial. The rnuile of contra-
*.-t i n of 'he il(most important fea-
'..**s '" e t rip.



Ocala People Greatly I -tosew 110I
Generous Offer of the P*Gftis
Drug Store
The e. peopi..have already eI'rrnmils~b
t+Ad that they .ou .jl rt ther tru.
nian wh~oi-4 ~nautraU11%hivnqe*tthanSOW

TNo %sh-. P ontY'i. onI 'm w 'it. w he 111

Tht- P-o- : h. ct loiir.* t- orii .. )Me I

frly r. hlt.ow n' f i .i-. 2'' .'n #4

ptiniraiedi ro iii r *' n ;iri, 14 poteimu

f-t n,c4ti -rn -r t li-e i :-wl I-n' i-utv d

1%.s %%hat u- 'erac -in g. f h #tor.-hcy yew

Evntir S1.inde thlii tRnA,,61 mItel

Rtrowned it~ nth '.iptbovn p g 3,nl f9M~
fl"iite tatll ivy %w)hlich p vnrv 4%esol
thew61 Post~crug snt~tirw woulthea"
(-Ptiene fthe u peopa inle ad hrt oM~
belthevbesdp. iy
There lpkure-aniVmn ougt h

i'tflt c an DspraugmedSitor.o- ha

11achles huanll. andwhach"~
Rexal)st)ficeD rugepSaTbtiare h p te auoo

biy the bestpoflitcyin.
There is nt____ ____r___ al__"_among___ 00


In speaking of the Florida wa11&
melon crop this week to the PaIt
man, Carl A. Albrecht. general A
ber of the National Produce DtoW
uting Co.. at Cincinnati. said: 10W
men who have been over the elM bt
the Ocala and Leesburg sect-ims, m
port the crop there considerably 06
of last season. Shipping from tbS
districts will start about May 15. T1%
National will be in the deal hbeav
this season, having made contracts #r
between 150 and 200 cars In the at-e
mentioned sections, and will bmead
the output from a heavy acres" In
other sections. in that state. Thes
are 300 acres planted to waterm alI
around Center Hill. which are -1k
of the Rattlesnake variety, sad vw
oe ready to market about June 1. At
Webster there are 4041 acres amod
cultivation, and reports from tha
point to a good average yield. Tel
acreage south of Ocala is about 30 pe
cent. short of last season.
"Taking the situation as a who1. I
think the yield will fall short of tU
year, but the melons will undoeubet
ly be of a large size and of very SW
"The National also has a bevy
acreage in cantaloupee. contract. 1gO
and will begin marketing those out af
the earliest shipments about May 3
Conditions so tar ha%#ve been very t.
oraible for the cantaloupe-, ant i
tood yield is ookedl for"


Reports from the railroad *+xternsIg
;) erationl.-I ont the lowet k.y, sh
.:at the work is pro.lie'sin mrtw
:';idly than e e.r before .t Knixgt'b
oy. about Ihirty of rhe onef huindre
iii eighty concrete piers whicb hW
'etn tile foundation for the tretstle #a

- ,


SA A LAY the virtue and muhood ia him to
^. *** ^overcome. UIAttle credit. in fact tone
&M e SMd b W 1m ol deaI whatever, Is due to anyone in this
/ ) TN =to others as you would world or the next, who lives up to the
m do e unto you-, or words to 'value of a good moral life, simply be-
Scause there are no opportunities for
S I oens old world we would blm to transgress. 'To prove charac-
Ster one must, like the Divine .Master,
N everlme wldM live up to that be put to the test, and fight for the
A*M W-ht a jolly, fearless sail victory. It Is to the overcomers that
't Wmd eajoy down the stream of the reward is promised, and not to
O No hekieg ot for a blow trom those who have no temptations to
r sEd head; as distrsblag sus- combat.
* theM of thke alfe u the sleeve! No "To him that overcometh will I give
- m, d-a etl- ie from the bitter, to eat of the hidden manna," etc.
- leaderr words and inuen- Rev. 2:17.
,M -Et behbid me's back t aroed "He that overcometb, the same
0 earnMr., m d- anywhere when shall be clothed in white raiment."
= aMt eMar. No arathm.a but just Rev. 3:5.
ft d pas a"d ammhale amd smiles "Him that overcometh will I make
I" M W brever! a pillar in the temple of God, and he
% eh, my! nat tI this advanced shall go no more out." Rev. 3:12.
# W t w M we -man Chrstaniv- "To him that overcometh will I
a large mority of our fel- grant to sit with me in my throne,
f u W sges have cham eii the ar- eves as I also overcome," etc. Rev.
d ti wmrds of the pre- 2:21.
S -d 6~mad its K e&pe and re- "He that overcometh shall inherit
as Me tae b sad it BnO emds: all things; and I will be his God, and
to MWo" aIs you thiUk they be shall be my son." Rev. 21:7.
doe oin% ammd be mure myou Allehala! Ame!
SBnmt. ad wwMe you are at it
'W p f do Mt o oed ma well!" A LEGISLATIVE SUGGESTION
I i n W desM tkh ofSM religious To the Editor Ocala Banner:
n a &es maljty of the geamus
SU Mters th vI@ed Mand ealarg. I have been watching with much
MS t tf the- old, old precept. interest the proceedings of our legis-
S -mt be o mstatly ea the look- lature, hoping to see that some meas-
ga I the sharp eagles which jut ure would be Inttoduced and passed
Sft e d places, aad cut, and which would promise something for
heM amd slab ad wound the un. the building up of the state and the
ary. Thiso maes as an anxious, relief of the tax-burdened people.
-,--a, eac.table and unstable peo- I regret to say that in all of the
-f, seeking rest and finding none. more than six hundred bills and reso-
TMe dtiereeoc between living up lutions introduced and acted upon
t t" old "Goldes Rule." and living that but very few of them amount to
gar the Inaemee of the revised and a row of pins, so far as the state at
amd edition. is as the difference large is concerned. Now, if our so-
t the effect of a soul-soothing called solons will quit playing to the
.-...-wer buildMi of a summer's galleries and introduce and pass a
M. a d the roar. rattle and blind- resolution calling a constitutional con-
I-t elktric crashes of the terrific vention. and then provide for issuingi
T state bonds for $1,000,000, 4 1-2 or 5


To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Will you kindly publish the enclos-
ed clipping as an offset to a statement
which appeared in last Sunday's Ban-
ner from Tom Watson, in which he
,took occasion to criticize the foreign
missionary and his work. I am in.
clined to think that the author of the
Interview, which is here given you, is
better qualified to speak about the
foreign missionary and his work than
the Honorable Tom Watson, who has
never visited the countries where the
missionary labors. Trusting that you
will give this the same publicity as
you gave the other piece, I am,
Yours respectfully,
* S
Testimonies to Missions
U Hung Chang, before his death,
was pronounced "the greatest living
Asiatic." Gen. U. S. Grant, on his re-
turn from his tour around the world,
said that he had met three pre-emi-
nently great statesmen. Li Hung
Chnag was one of the three. For
many years he was prominent in Chi-
nese official circles, and was possessed
of broad and accurate information in
regard to affairs in China.
When Bishop Hendrix visited China
in the interest of the misison work of
his church he was accorded an inter-
view with Li Hung Chang in his pal-
ace in Peking. Through the bishop
the prince sent to the American
ch-urches this message: "Say to the
American people for me. send over
more men for the schools and hospit.
als. and I hope to be in a position
both to aid and to protect them."
When told how many American mis-
sionaries there were in China, he
said: "More are needed:" and, after a
moment's reflection. he repeated,
;"More are needed.-
When he came to America as Chi-

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- I
clal Circuit, Spring Term 1909. 1
To the Honorable W. S. Bullock,,
Judge of the Circuit Court-We, the
grand jury empanelled for the spring'
term of the court, having completed
our investigations, beg leave to sub-
mit this our general presentment.
We are inclined to believe that the.
commission of crime in the county of
Marion for the last six months has
considerably lessened over that of the
previous periods between the conven-
ing of the terms of this court.
We have found only twenty-five in-
dictments at the present term. and
the solicitor in addition has found it
necessary to file but two informations.
making twenty-seven in all.
We have found indictments only in
those cases where we believed a con-
viction can be had on the evidence
submitted to us for our consideration.
We notice that from the journals of
the legislature of the state of Florida,
a bill has been introduced providing
for the re-districting of the judicial
circuits of the state, by the terms of
which Polk county is added to the fifth
circuit and we recommend and request
that our senators and representatives
In the legislature use all honorable
means for its defeat, the same being
manifestedly unjust and unfair.
We call attention to the fact that
the records of this court show that at
the fall term of this court for the year
1908, being the last term that was held.
this court disposed of thirty-nine crim-
inal cases and of these thirty-nine
criminal cases disposed of, thirty were
tried by juries and the remainder by
pleas of guilty or otherwise. That at
the opening of this term only two old
cases remained to be disposed of on
the criminal side of this court, and
that there has been such a dispatch of
business only because there has been
active perserverance and dispatch of
business in clearing up the docket.
In addition to the number of indict-
ments found at this term of court and
information filed to be disposed of as
criminal business, there are appeals in
criminal cases from the justices of the
peace and the county judge that are to
be add-ed t, this number. That the
docket for the trial of civil cases
shows that at the last term of this
court there were thirty-two cases on
. ) t-. 3 1, - .2 I I e. U .. - I- .

-- -% nese ambassador. Prince Li was ten- the docKet and that for the. present
* per cent. 20-year bonds, they can then dered an address of welcome by va- term so far thter" has betn put upon
The gea est preacher in the sub- throw all of the rest of their over 600 rious missionary societies doing work th ockt for trial of civil cases,
M sermon ever delivered said: bills and resolutions in the waste-bas- in hina. In s response to that ad- rtyalsttention to the fact
we met, lest ye be judged;" and ket and come home. dtoress he wrote: that there is neither a criminal court
-w are tautt in the creed that "He They will then have done more to "Gentlemen-It affords me great of record( nor a countyy court in the fifth
dth- O I the right hand of the reduce taxation, induce the right kind, pleasure to acknowledge the grateful circuit to aid the circuit court in the
er ft whence be will come to Of immigration and building tip thep u to aldispat'h of its business, and to add on
thefrom whence he will come to of immigration and building up th welcome to this country offered to me Polk county, r,-quiring the p resent
e the aicek and the dead." Yet material interests of the state than by you as representatives of various judge of this court. residing at Orala.
S d O a every hand numbers of all the other matters they are wasting boards and societies who have engag- to travel entirely through Pasco .conn-
Sbw whom he is to judge, assuming their time and people's money upon. led in Chin i exchanin our easty and at a point below Tampa is orderr
MB jlicial prerogative and classify- Such bonds can be easily floated at. to h oldt 'ourt in [ artow. is so man-
a i their fellow crea- $1.1 or $1.12 and at maturity be re- of the greatest of all truths which ifestdly unjust that it requires no ar-
Saikiagdth er fellwansd- f1 and at aritued rhis concern the immortal destinies of gum-nt to establish the+, fact.
ftes to his kingdom. or Satan's do- funded, and new bonds issued. his an W respectfully call the attention of
eHIM as lippantly and unhesitating- would- bring immediate relief to the .." nam of august master the county 'enmmissioners to the fact
as they consir cancelled stamps financial department of the govern- that the, gallery in ith' court rmi is
the oslr an ld s financial department o i the emperor of China. I beg to Tender near the n,-tallic iling' That in the
0 the waste-basket. O. ye scribes. menit, put money in circulation and re- to yo his bes't thanks for your a)- sunimntr it is v',vy warii and the hot
Stages. hypocrites* Who made ye j duce taxes to a point where -hey
yo Whroval and appreciation of the protec- air arising from the (rnit, ds in the
a Jft over your fellow men? You 'would distress no one. ion afor ed to ihe American mis- urt room b.loxx makes the gallery
~a oely assume to yourselves the 1t would put this state along with the sionaries in China. What we haven nir.niinpltasnt: that the windows
S y belongs to the older states in progress and prosper- one is but the duty ofproviding fr th escape of the hot air
Get Judge, but you arrogate to ity and bring relief to the people. The met1 while uthe isonaur goern-as o artebelow th aller and ino mni ans
y~erwives the right to set up your older states have long ago realized Ihae so ably expressed, have n ot mans ,f v.sape for accumulated hot
-a standards of conduct and ie- the great benefit derived from issuing sought for peuni t the ir in tlhe galle.ry. andti we earnestly re.-
agd obedience thereto. just as bonds which offer a sure. safe and prof-I commend that the county t-ominission-
a they were -thus saith The iable investment hans of our people. They have not ers immediately take such steps that in
y were thurdens grievous to prosperity to the peopnt, le it brings been secret emissi ries of diplomatic their judgment is best suited to rim-dy
." You lay burdens grievous to prosperity to the people, schemes. Their labors have no polit- this evil. and we, request that the clerk
%P bortn never dreamed of in the If bonds are good for cities ano ical significance: and last. not least, if of this tourt call the attention of the
ISdbMphy of divinity. Hang weights towns they are still better for the A might be permitted to add they have county comissioers to this fact at
en the cross which the Master never state, and it is only necessary for the, thoir first meeting h r-after.
inot interfered with. or usurped the Poor Farm
W word or implication required to people to be shown the great advan- rights of. the territorial authorities. The committee aplointod t, visit th.-
be attached thereto. And then if tages to them for them to hail such a man is compose of so, in- or farm. after having on so. find
ow fellow travel for the kingdom an act with joy and delight. a i the farm generally in goodl conditionn
mto t-a~ravle rsfyonrir he kingdomanatwitellect and body. I highly apprecia'terg with the excepin of the fence being
Sto subj-t your views of his So let our legislature be wise for u eminent bas, in yor ar- baith the exception of the fence bein
tiUeMOW. and prefer to ask of him once and they will long be remember- that your eminent boards, in your ar- badly in need of renewal. We recom-h
Stduous and miuch-esteemed work in the mend that the countyy commissioners I
MM follow what he reveals to them ed by the people as the legislature field of Ch'ina, have neglected none of have this matter attended to at one,
as I s rue gospel. then you assume which, did something for the state and the three. * As for intellect, and that a telephone shall be Installed
th seetr the=n from him and ad- the people. in the superintendent's house connect-
J1 thrbem to be none of his. simply LAURIE T. IZLAR. you have started numerous education- ing with the exchange in Ocala.
b wse rthey do not accept your al. P. S.-1 will take $10410 or so of al establishments which have served We recommend that thte fireplaces
M v yws. even otahoupgh to u. so such bonds myself. l1 T. 1. as the best means to enable our coun in the houses of the colored quarters
Sviews. even though to do so such bonds myself. T. 1. trynien to acquire a fair knowledge be repaired as soon as possible as in
W M. according to their light. not their present condition the buildings
h. e tatlding contradiction to his BAD ATTACK OF DYSENTERY of the oern arts and sciences of the are apt to be destroyed by fire.
Stli comtra dheio tois AD CURED !west. As for the material part of our County Jail
. et costrary to their consien- ".An honored citizen of this town constitution. your societies have We' find the county jail to be in fair-
mn rmOvictiols of the truth, and;was suffering from a severe attack of started hospitals and dispensaries to ly good sanitary condition. We tind.
gist rveaon. experience and l;gic. dysentery. He told a friend if he. however, that the jail is unsafe and in
4 0tbers fail. or refuse. to pro- could obtain a bottle of ('hamberlain's sae not only the soul, but also the rather a dilapidated condition. In fact

.voytir Sklbblilh. then i',e,.- ICo. -nolera and lDiarrnoea R-nmedy ,o DY. uIf our countrymen. I have also
S l th m he felt confident of being cured. he Jo add that in the time of famine in
400" tohe leriesia llcal sword is having used this renmwly in the west.ome of the provinces you have one
0 mad E o o their spiritual heads. He was told that r kept it in stock and Oi Oef the provinces you have rone
1 004r dsy dom not in all things lstm noimein obtaining it. an wan
T rl with your inx'. then gi p^mptly uured." says M. J. Leah,.ah the sufferers to keep their bodies and
WW tewir ethyour doxb. then of ldruggist. of Wolott. Va. For sale by souls together. Before I bring my re-
Siay is orthoI box o If the a so rugi ply to a conclusion. I have only two
" dssy is orthodox If they sow "
y mth you. they catiert4h ve. n WIRELESS TELEGRAMS things to mention:
fj". acrordtifg to %our light. they The first, the opium smoking, be-
Swita i Mator You t, ty By the.Wireless Man.) ing a great curse to the Chinese pop-
M. brMtheb that 'her loard tom-I While nature is said to be the best elation, your societies have tried their
0l4%d to rhb ser-vanri the talents cure. many doctors tell you to do the best. not only as anti-opium societies.
d kthi ngbs accountable for that things that nature rebels against do- but to afford the best means to stop
m 101W -bc *was ooommitti to him. iing. -the craving for the opium: and also
Aws au ti h queutioi fas askel: 'you receive none as your converts
"Am I mn ltio.he, kev-eerl" It has g 1'omen have changed the shape of who are opium smokers.
eVf hwvu alnwr-d bull it is known ~heir hats again, and! what they lost "I have to tender, in my own name.
1 A 44am as nog e-xctased Iron, his in circumference seems to be made In .)et thanks for your most effect-
. 0 bmeuMM th* omnan tenmutep1 hin. uip in depth. ive prayers to God to spare my life
W as the peiall imposed upon .e i when it was imperiled by the assas-
al all iN rvemal twcause. %he offered Among the many meritorious in- sin's bullet, and for your most kind
Stmpra~tktnu to Adanm If m~erc; ventions that have never met With wishes which you have just now so
Sset 1 either it Ms to Eve. 1f the success they deserved may be 'ably expressed in the interest of my
OI *Ieer The 'hol. t-nud ot the mentionedd the noiseless I)iano. !sovereign, my coLvltry and my peo.
ur' is to show thhat (ol jilawcs \When a woman objects to her hus-
rSOlW-psitlit% um the 1tlli' i"dual hand putting his feet on a particular' WHOOPING COUGH
-bl o*ld4* **arh nv.4ionibl, for the chair it is usually because it's the one "In F.bruary our daughter had the
s & shich he acquits himself. The her lpe dog lies on who -ping cough. Mr. Labe of Hart-
ShMetatios tn he ghienoess pro-' land recommended t 'hainberlain's
gh Remedy.and l The Mr. Branit gae his
Ud l1I. temcbhes this lesson. The: Mr. Rryan's letter in re lyv to the ... ......R-ttid a d ps fti z4d -IV

to such an extent that we do not be-
lieve the jail can be economically re- j
paired. For some years past it has
been a notorious fact that the iron and
steel work of the jail was not of suf-
ficient strength to retain the prisoners
placed in the cages. We therefore rec-
ommend that the county commission-
ers take steps to construct an entirely
new jail. We make this recommenda-
tion because we feel that in the long
run it will be the cheapest and best so-
lution of the problem.
We, having completed our labors.
beg to be discharged. I
John L. Leittnr. Foreman.
M. M. Little. Clerk.
May 7th, 1909.

The great nerve and brain restora-
tive for men and women, produces
strength and vitality, builds up the
system and renews the normal vigor.
For sale by drugists or by mail, $1
per box, 6 boxes for $5.
Sold by Tydings & Co. x


Is Your Life Insured?

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



Wilton Seamless Art Squares-All in | Jute Art Squares-9x12, only $10.
the latest designs, all sizes, $40 to Cotton and Wool Art Squares-4-
. .$50. '$20.
Axminister Art Squares-In many' Ten Wire Tapestry Brussels
pretty designs, $20 to $35. Square--$18 to $25.
Wool Fibre and Fibre Art Squares- All Wool Granite Brussels
Only $12. Squares-$8 to $14.
Imperial Smyrna Art Squares-$22 to Japanese Matting Art Squares--
$45. (We.are Ocala agents for Small Rugs to match all of the at
these goods). at reasonable prices.

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China Dinner Sets, $10.00 to $125.00. Ten Pic-e Toilet
Sets, $4.00 to $25.00. Big line of China and Porcelian
Dinner Sets in all of the Latest Patterns.

We have just added 5000 feet of floor space, and we are now better
than ever prepared to display our beautiful line of Furniture. We will ia
the near future also add a complete line of Hardware.

Exclusive Ocala agents for Allwin Go Carts, all colors $ta.

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

1lciver and flacKay








Standard Makes of Plumbing Goseo, t as Engine*, Pump Irrlga ag Plant
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Install ed Complts. EstImat, Iv.o gob -
mittad on any Work In eour line.

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Is After the Corporationl--"Whom,"
W ELL He AAnsks. "Are You Going toi
U ELS AeU Irv e-- .God or Mamm.on?" l i l T IlF iiR r l
M. Speker and Fll,,-r ,,- i- -i-; 1I iIi III! LIIu u uLI

ii alyIiare uxcfed the revenue coll*peted TItTNAN'S ISNOTA FOODey BJTBFAorX *
v y no...... we .now musr a,. ..s.L"ai,, rs^J Ur OU STOCK OF PICKLES, OLIVES, JA MS, JELLIES, CANNED ME(ITS. FACY A

jdi E.. Pl0kha waso rais;,; tus moun: andi- 0 (A(lERA(&._lTEWART_,m. CES. CRACKERS, ETC., is COMPLETE________

H. Ky. *I uf f~~rd from .u Xns ni ; LIGHT'S COMPLIMENT TO CARN OU will find it an eas matter to et our lunch for any occasion if you
^krdtowo r troublesfor I dol l., h, ps h-te-s will call at our store and ler us help you. You can easily spoil the
m a lot n time. o0 o see ow w. call Pays G"ichIst a Spendid Tribute-Is
| ,, 'tors hL.d failed to large a Rut without oh'ing nom" Iar:. St'i Fishing for WnaiesM pleasures of an outing by getting infei ior oods for your lunch. \\hen you
h lp li* Le. Iv(dia E. that good. w\ simil mu. ,r ,i T.ih...'. :., :l. deal with bs you g-et nothing but the best, and get it fresh. We have the
it n C,,alN.,tda.s the rt'"nu. n,.ed.,,. and n, w I .-. T,. l,4 .n a;a IB:,aner: finest selection of FANCY GROCERIES in this part of the state, and our
r ,comn, d, ,d4 w1hoS s goiFi to tLooG tli' iCll+, ,, .a ,ro i had a iNu, bu,- store is neat and clean. Visit our store and see-don't take our word for it.
I decided to try it. ill youi corrte' our asss-,:in! ;'ii< tt c;i roti l r- ( ic":: .'ni,, nl
^* U |turd bamytr,,blE' hlw.A 1 ,I nmalte .Lt.L. paix irw .i V 1 : b ;:..:i, ;.i. ..., 1. il. ptnsion "*G o-ofe-oBe ik
l I me l tportiont of ,axs., or will y I.: .... k. : -:, .r as l o :,.c Coffee for Breakfast
lr e It.oanado ll nivr. l ri lh strong. iow rful f(or i ,,, i biAi, 7i -y t
work." iM rs. .I a'lionll off with l"'. tha "t ,I" P ' ;. 1 i ; n ( :',. i ,;; i .'l ," .., i. :. ,' . :' .. . A. :n 'l t hav.
.d EP i f.t.L. Iards- ,on its itopt,.-.- i, uio ,*nl' . i i : t i -.. : ,-. i : f r ".- : h.u ,f t
Wtll Wl. KLy. diaE.., "-
A tlatr whmn ,urds. 'pd lh m le lw""t bs "o u1;" i z" ::" '- "n* *"*ir C"v yy T t
hrtlia, Tin.--" I sfr,- frnm i ( v: ' ..; .. .. ;:Everybody Enoys It!
thr i.rst form o1 female troulle so .1>r 1 ;:!i'. ii *, ,;i ,,
thwt at timE I t.... t I d nt R . N-, LSPURiSht 1 s
IiI, .,itd 1 de iM, rv . \r-i W 111 l r,-,id lil y u] r r,., r;,, < . ..- co., ..4 1 it
o n . it .n l d i ii k ;i' m ,i n \ \ -, p a y. i h i
tauih < m'm ioIt 'i ied r ll . ;l itl Iliti ec ; .*""lt I PU b' 1t" : i i' *1*
d fIv lik re Ctit trin'.t n1toa. GLodia r< .i :i
.. (link am 's V**gr.t;ll Conlil unnd is is ,'.ti::1 <..<. (,+,l '': / a p ^l o
W ..r I itt .il c at in at, l~l t o s,,; ^ ri*l .! .I *- 7 :1 ;11
w..s- -Mit -.1.u is ll ,t ,.J- .F.i. i -- ;.. .. ,* C O: C* .. * -,
If .t lt"lont t ,i tl.ol. s ari V -al -o W : i
Of lli' I'lI who i.ll 'er fromll .a1ie form T "- "P "' : W"I '-'! l r
of l*ui l ill. ,,i'tt h.-sitat. to trIyIk i, , . *:- . .*
Lydia F 'titkhlans Vteta e' CoiiB :.. .
pou nt. im di from roots and herbs. ;" i .T D-'BA '".; 'S '. R *. . *V. . . '.'T A RKS_ -" -
F"rthirty vy-earp this fanno reimtd.v r *'- >- DELIVE.ED EE L
haf tw-'l tho' tAlili.ard fotr all foriis t . : EE A L F
female ills. Ind liai icuretl thousiniilso ill ,. I: ,, i . ,l IIFE r -O
womiri wiho hial been troubled with ** RE PAE ASP
each ailmen tdisl;cments. fibroid ,l n. i- ;i; . .. h . Ln ; ..a REDt PAPER ASS PUL EVEI .
tul rn.. i Iuleratio li. iiE a mliil nation ni. ir- Inril. ;ts iit ,iss,-'s.'l Va t (i:r ,r:. :", A O lS 9EA I

If iMiwa t *pe al lla vice w rite l rI,*"*'ry" w!i, vu ';'X ti'., Ilp' ;..1 ., .i +' t w. 'i:i 1: .'i' in ':t L w/W n
Ierltt.Mrm.PIakhaLYnn,Mass. r- <**. '- hs ,; in "'ar .irc- 1 TRDE-BAS _-
ItiB I i si alw ayo helptl o i ;v 1 .. *. paod ; .n Lon t and alt i dl a i A
-- l --- A-Tit slil jonn
SHERIFF'S SALE ini ;nl his iiltltios art tit
._ \ kAt his sIsSIon voul ha'v. u) -to .1... r.i how ilitb:n.t o-j
I ,,,. ..i . .ere 0 .,x.,.,ut,.n y .,our voteC. "I n for the copora. hill. ,BEST B in the W world.
i--u.. ut ,I .a, u l. T th. e sita.l ion.-" ot o. .i. p"' for th i.i, "i"';; -li- thai tie bill
.E li \\tra- a1" har, ihile upon the

*.oi111 I'.,mr oan.. atti a .stllt nhusst. foi e." o"''.."i\ ioe l'il. ( I- !I i ntjil s'rin WE HAVE A NICE LOT OF SPICES FOI. PICKLING; lLSO JELLY GL.SSES AAD
... .n . ,n.
; ...'*..a lm1.ets. ..m1:.I '1it porations s,.cial favors in taxation. 1- n'St i 'he impos- RUIT JARS IN PINTS, QUARTS (IND IALF GLLONS
\ll,. 1.- t. i. mi.l i I i \. 'n l.. .,lhis road. s l y txceAssiv' (chlarg s sii.l i' 1 tf"'I :i 'x i is "i message F JAR
pr" I a u I' o.I.l l t' ii I '. (fi .'o llo
S Monday. June 7th. 1909 i s capital sto. r iid n1) 11l iin.h-. .l, ih.,.r s o t'oflt 0 K G R OC
*lii* SA E I. & *.Ur-. 1. 1. i *; t i t' i n tlas tIoertlas to ars, to Ifahi m- dit 1 4 4t4 by Sen

\.'-i.i -.... i ,.| 1 ,, "n !.' '. .il o tqi i.ii. lp!" lilh'. A.\il 110ow'.. M r. Sj.naikt'r. r Tl" ' *"'\ s'itlle at .tl or iie
i 1'11 *%:.s1 i ti o' >tf th," W"tfihlBwT st Iights
"..":" u '"r. ".-:.. : M ari"i. .", to make "t pa" its share of t ...... CLARK BROS. P pretors
F.,ri -.^ to- .it n( *t ? \'hat are you going to do .ou' .I;h,' *!,'.:* i;o .''rlnor M.itcheil was
t i i i: r i ; :i ->ullt..ilar i .' \W iomI an' v oI going 1 io series. 'iol pno . 1 i it bIiWE :ird GAovern- O C A I LL AO L R ID FO
.t t h. i. .r ,i... -t : urt -o I o- n tli t .lin t Iii'. i'. C of 4s :o!. *I>, ; th.i >a.t I *h ui:gi was FO R IA
'- t ,. :i, i l'it' s'tl 'Oli,. rt' !.* or 11 W '. ilv i wl(,li w ill i -- i f -;. I '.' I r heard.
1.'u. 1ervo a av it -"! he *t i t l i ai -

,i "- ..... '1'i' -.' :i11'tni t', W ILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS I; : .1,h'Tt! ," iI'. inllt e AiS 7g
a,'. r a' J n h,0iIn lih.- s,.uth- H ave you neglP eted youlr K i(dn t.- t t .TTi h 'It e ''.ov ror in hiIs
*-I .....T ,,!r Iit I l, 1 ii i ;.1 lirk graint. Have you overworked your tier '.i+,r1 a i a 4.. utt"'. at his table'. pri(liing The and when be '' was to
,I'll ,, r ti.. f.,rt .r stem and caused trouble with 'ouT ,nl i.,:ti:g his -Cssa 's ra. t('.. JESSIE BROWN RELEASED Earl P. Adams. The actor. and R. A. lWhen be ohl her he w o mao
lilrt, ,nlill>-. ',.- t t', chains. nirth kidneys and bladder? Have you pains I I id hi i-wl.ti.el'rfillv broa.d bt'tweenl -- Humphries, who shot and killed histhe other woman, she shot bhl d.
tr. .x .i.-r.-..-. ..t, 1. chainu.. s.aiti in loins, side. back, groins and blad thi rs. with a mightyv long lead Is Young Woman Who Killed Actor sixteen-ear-old wife and Thomas MI-I The killing of Mrs Hu-mphris
t .i.-g.. a t.l minut. as der?Have you a flabby apeaane Earl P. Adams namus when he ound them in a h loer wa followed by
t.n ., ,,,],- ,-it, titly tl,-grr-s. \\.'"; 'he face. especially under the eves? I troi fr): to rac. lis mingin' .. as Earl P. Adams nas. when he 'ou them in a he r lover was foow by He umhtal
'..l ,.. ii- . ;,! ',. ,f beginning t.n Too frequent a desire to pass urine he tdle v.i'h tl.he p peoplee his plain. A .Jacksonville special says that comp)romising position. of the mother of r. Humpa ~
*are. :..i.-lip 12 -. -*ul'h. ranlig. -21. If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will cu' pr:ticaI a(tionls and manner con- two sensational killing episodes which The killing of Adams followed the who was overcome Ibeausi of th, de
t-,i- you--at druggists. pice .i..
..-..I ri. i- i.giniig .itt Sold by Tydings &pice C. \ic that l governo,.r is fill. stirred this community were ended announcement of his engagement to nouement which pre'eled the :r
.t .i -,,ri...l f i- inc i .t i p .- ol--dTdn. o NgT.rn. big. Iro t, l iis a to the heart, today when he grand jury or lered another woman. He and Miss Brown edy.
... ".,. ,,- hi, -I.,, s.uth. rang. When in Ocala don't forget Hogai'- anl I believe 'is .luiiii~trationll. whei, the release of Miss Jessie Brown, th had been sweethearts for years, andIother's Day wa dly obr t
,,, ,.i, i ... ,.. i. runiiing fr,,m thni Place. He will do all in his power ende.l. will <::par, willh any of his young woman who shot and killed he is alleged to have betrayed her. all parts of the cou ltry.
i,.0'ri t..4it.\ . r. .A .*> .I .A ins. .asi it t h whihkeyt man. x re p ,,,,goin to d. vo n >,ve Wnas
,,ti.ii- n .rth i .'. tliv hliains. ,atl six- .. _. -iy I' .l iC.'s .11 ,i' S. t> l ye 111l
t, ;,..tli frtlv ny h'ains1.I j plt". NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT *'
P. ,tlo 1h .i: hireded ril altrt AND DISCHARGE o \\'11. 1 011. t s i. "toi(, re a ti "d l
"* r, _____,_ *tIII i.> a lit irt ,ieevel. -,i'e-i. O('-s' i B a rg a in s Sho e s
tll , lH.g l ittli n e c yK I l l h "4 -tU l li \,'bt t +,a i-
n ,. r .,f *,l. T lht.n;a.s 'lark grant. rutll N,~.,, .- h,.,. ,y .i n .*, !h.. tarti r lishilg tor w tiale. aind here 1I
iln i l Ii'ii..- ,tiiiti*-as t o lin .f !griti anl id !;. ,of .iiy. .\ It I:I. niii wish: to sa y lthatl I ha a bite, a hie RE
thlrt.'. 0' .itin-.. Ht'th4* .i r,. i.t i '. rt'. ,'.I ',funldary ,f sai 1 \\ ill and trl.n.t itt ,. lf itr t 'l- 'r i.\ t" '*.it, l press Company- and Ive l
."'-'. .'' ."''"i< ."ti"""iltx "". '".''".s"'i.'+ih "'; ";l i 'o "". "in"n oo'e." Don-, know wh"e'"" i" e,' W e have just bought a large stock of the latest styles in. high

a\' ,. r. I. :- ii t.- d I. l y thie 1 '" .iitl f,*, t'ii *I nuiity. .it11 iii- ,, I .t ( i (ta ll i ( hinl orf Iot. o.rit tn ll'- -'t
,.u.h.rI. T ti i '. -.i Th.. ;>as dlark gral '.. w ,..i.1. ,11,,i 'Aiii ll '0 t i, it i'..0A i ,"i heir Wa ltding repr-sfdlAtatiP i' last Frii
I"it"". ".. ,, '"i-I'""'r< "."in '"":i ."r "" "'" "11 "" r , h , 1 11 91- lay for ;several hours ill (o n lilttte
n rll" ,i ,.. ll t ,,.I. A ,'' ,.I dtl ib l 'h, l t, Cittei reported 1-avora
"".,, ,'" ."" ., ..,,.,n .., .:.' """' ,,,A. "i e stock at 50 cents on the dollar, and are going to give our patrons
,J11 ,,.iNP-. < -FiHIA WH1TH : l4'1 Il. Yesterday, in comnititee rooms, for
t, ,, r ,i ',utY ,, 2i'". rr.". anl hour I tried to hook Peter .0 advantage of our good fortune.
mari oi l 4'.1 tI. -rtntv,%mrb. Vthe advantage of our good fortune>
ST FRF EN. ,,Executior- 'f the l .Last \VWill :, ,I Knight on franchise bill. Well. tPeter
llainti it ?. i tr -y T'.staltn.t'nt -It HI.'r, 'rt A. For,. is surtiely 'he smartest eel in the

Ofr. t nteior. .- "'t"i ",lul asl"C E CO ME IN AND LOOK OVER TH E STOCK
V1 S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla Notice is hereby given to all cred- whotn conieretl, and make as good a
April 4 t William Itors. distributees. and all other per- speech for the -poor. unfortunate cor-
Notice her. ven tha William n hving claims or demands rations, as I ever heard. If I hook In addition to the shoe, we have our magni ent stock
Sc. f Kendrick. Florida, who m este against the estate of Thomas B. Bur- IPeter ve a o to be smart. I have
De<-.nibtr :o,. 1901. made homested lesson. late of Citra. Marion county, r ot
etrv N -;:1256. ,serial number Florida. to present said claims or de- facts, figures and undeniable reports ng and mm r gf all knds.
Mda.s for northeast quarter of south- mandq to the undersigned. duly prav- that peter cant chew. swallow or ing and summer goods on
east quarter. e-ection '. township 14. en and authenticated, within one year. cranl down verv easily, live in
-orth. ranoe ?1. east. Tallahassee me- E. C. BIRIEYSON. !iin somehin on this line..nnill ----
ridian. has filed notice of intention to As dministratrix of the estate ofhoe doing something othis .
.-1 ..r mf to estab- r %. -. .. -ornn deceased. Al now at alortk with sub-com'illlit-

lm ak inaiil i re yea-ir "p '. .- i Thlom as n nu i -B'l I.....-...
lsh ilaini to the land above describ- -tt oil
ed. t lore the clerk of the circui:'_19"St -
c urt at (cala. Florida, on the NOTICE o.le
2nd Day of June. 1909. ha NOTICE
4ay of April. 154w9 Take niotic that I will on th' first
Claimant names as witnesses Thursday of .inly. A. I 19,9. or as is ;a
i-on rashinglon ' Kendrck'| soon thereafter as I may be heard. don'i
Dloril reel of K k.. ailyl for a pardon or A.ngus .Iones. the ta
Dnrril .warden of Kendrick, Flir- .*lho was convicted at the spring 1trn l\ got
l a oof the circuit court for Marion colin-
Dn Daaniel o f Kendrick. Florida ty. FFlor-ida il 19"ii. of nirdel in th'T will
3 raniel o Kend ck. lo'"1,rd s 'conl decree. Anyone desiring. Ing r
Sl N Y 'H- may thn t ei hard on ihte merits of Son
THE ONCASE the application. wood-
,,,SUFFERINGt ( 416 Anornev for Petitioner. sna -
li*...,1, I,. t l> i 'A1 tl'* it" l,, it 1 tllt g oot .
-u t.-ranlK thai' any h,-r t st,.;, fr MAKE OLD THINGS NEW house
-lh- r th 'lt it is tilht' nl i 'i for m
.. .. ... I l i ,,.ltaiily gr~t if-iil l ... .. +..; ... for nil

i our assessment laws--and. say.
hill becomes a law the ta!
r. it be is a ctissin fellow. 'ill 1 I
sonlithing 0o cuss about. if he
iraying fellow, if the good Lord
ha.' mercy on his stingy soul Every customer must be satis
x assessor won't. Hves certain-verye satis
10 cough ,ui. The honest man
ay "ateni." while the tax dodg- the store. If an article turns out oti
tgue will say "d-n'"
ie of our member's are like a it is our loss and not the customers
pecker on a dead lightwood
-constaiitl% uoi%, but doing n
The ony speech Iu made ith if it takes our store to do it.
for a week was to lay a motion
ore committee clerks on 'the ta-

tore will not be undersold

fied and remain a customer of

herwise than represented by us,

We are here to make it right,

POW&. M. O M ad 4 & H. glts-
| s*m l th ~rospa r a town
Is a city yesterday.

M U t t iay.

A letter from Mr. Thagard yester-
Sstatsd thai his daughter was rest-
inmemrtahly, but that It would be
Says before they could tell how
se weMld stand the operation.

Mr. Albert H. Blrdsey of Forsyth,
Q, Io an the city spending a few days
the city with lis wife and little
r4taster at the home of Mrs. Bird-
ft P parents.

WANTED-Cantaloupe and peach
Sand packers, at the Griffing
I r Orchard Company's orchards,
h a. Make application to
tlorida Orchard Co., Jackson-
v 5-14-2t.

Mr. Raymond B. Bullock is having
a very elegant veranda built to his

C tra and here are glad to hear of: As soon as the men obtained their
Ms promoton. freedonmi they made for the river
S swamps, though going in circuit',io(s
Miss Ethel Robinson entertained a though going in utoion
tw friends very Anformally and d s he-e rison- hoe ls had been Iois-
lotfully at bridge last night in com- el soi tim before, and on this
plbn~ to Miss Catharine Hampton SI"'cial night these particular prison-
f GOalusvillle. who returns home to- ers were allowed unusual privileges
day. It was one of the most enjoya- through the prison guarl l W. \'.
Me of the many small affairs of the 4i,,.u d .
.H.ur ~ t~uwiiemn

Mrs H. C. Jones and children wil
ga down to their Lake WVeir cottage
a0urday afternoon% to spend som
SBte. They will be accompanied b;
UMs. Williams and her daughter. Mis
W VMlis who hare been uakini
* r home at the Metropole for somre

..o..... H .Ull' Iiit l l aged white man.
is tiuder the ban of suspicion as
an accomplice in their escape. annl
he was promptly arrested, and his do
inKs will be thoroughly investigated.

To the Editor Ocala Banner:
Kindly allow us through, the me-
dium of your valuable paper to ex-


It is generally expected that the
daughters of farmers will help their
mothers. If they do not, there are at
laattvrnn4 w ir n h ob civ

ieasi two reasons wnhicn may oe given
-one is that the mothers prefer to
do the work themselves, and let the
girls do nothing, and the other is that
the latter are unwilling to go into the
kitchen or the dairy. Now, there is t
wrong in both., if it is true as above
stated. There is nothing more con-
ducive to health than the ordinary i
housework upon the farm. I say or-
dinary, because nothing that involves i
heavy lifting should be required of a
woman. The art of making good t
bread is an accomplishment. and re- i
quires as much good sense and appli-
cation as the ability to play the guitar a
or pianoforte. Again, after the house-
work is done for the day, much can s
tce done by the girls towards cultivat- C
ing flowers in the door-yard. In a
village or city the lots are often so t
small that no room is afforded for a
flowers. On the farm there is always \
room enough. and no excuse can be d


offered why they should not be cuilti- tion and other means for preventing 1842--
.Ian. 2s. sulphuric ether ........$ .25
vated. There is not only the satisfac- the floods that cause the heaviest March i ,. sulphuric ether an 5
tion of seeing the beautiful mounds part of th-is soil waste, says the New exciting tumor... . . . . 2.00
and borders, but the care requisite in York Independent. May 13, sulphuric ether .25
training them has a tendency to cul- The department of agriculture in Julne 6, exciting tumor.. .. .... 2.00
tivate a correct taste in everything sists that as the troubles begin on the Wouldn't life be a picnic if doctor's
else. If the front yard looks nicely, farm. steadily destroying farm values. bills antd all other bills were now
the house will be apt to present the the remedies must also begin at the 'along the lines of 'his bill? Two dol-
same appearance. Flowers outside farm, and it has become a na-inal lars for a surgical operation, where
will stimulate a taste for pictures in- duty to prescribe the remedies an,, the administering of an anesthetic is
side the house. There is nothing enforce them. The chief individual required. We would suffer ourselves to
which produces such. favorable im- contribution to an improved agricul- be cut to pieces 'ist for the cheap
pressions upon a passer-by as to see ture, with less waste, is along the noss of the thing.
flowers growing in front of a farm line of intensive culture in the lace --
house. There is no way in which a iof careless extensive farming. EASY TO FROST GLASS
farm house caln be made to resemble Collective action will follow indi- rech has discovered a
A French chemist has discovered a
a city residence better than to devote vidual action: but *o a certain extent
very simple and easy way to frost
a space to the cultivation of flowers state and national action is demand- glass. This method is to cover a tum-
and ornamental shrubs. Again, there ed as preparatory. dlera or bottle or other glass object
is no better way for the girls to ren- wlth or mott or other glass oject
der the farm home attractive to their SECRETARY OF WAR ON "PEACE- with a smooth and thorough cover-
brothers than to secure their con- ing of lue. Either very ood cabet-
currnce in the cultivation of a flower Secretary of \V'ar Dickinson, in his maker's glue or fish glue will serve
garden. A taste for flowers will tend speech on The Progres of Peace." at perfectly. The oily care that must
S. be taken is to see that there are no
to render the boys more gentle and Chicago, April 9. said these encourag- air buhles in the glue after it has
fitter companions for their sisters. ing words, as reported in the Boston and '.hat the coating is
They will be less disposed to wander Herald of the next day: bunifor anp of an 'hn athickoness oveS
..i uniform and of even thickness over
off upon the hills with gun in hand if 'The present status in the Iprotgress the entire arlitle.
the young ladies will seek to render of peace is the product of centuries.Gle thus applieto ass stic
th h (lue thus al))liiefl to class sticks t(
the home attractive. International arbitration has so pro- hl. Then it egi- t
it verytirgh-tly. Then it begins to
LO, THE POOR NEGRO tresses in otar tin e that no one tl contract as it dries. Now. its tight
LO THE POOR NEGRO! doubt that it is he os ow hold o the glass prevents th layers

fThomas Dion c n force now working upon 1 t hna.ions of glue fro contacting without pull-
Thomas Dixon, commnenrng on the, tor the temporal happiness of man-i Ig at the glass, and thus, little by
education of the negro. said: "'Since'kind. lit Pl. ,h lue slit a id stti
,liriv. tlie stie sli-i and splits tiny
the dawn of creation the negro has "The formation of onr federal con- itfr u s from the surface of the
had undisputed possession of a count i- stistut ion, creating for t he first time a glass.
nent, rich, beyond the dreams of p)o- court with full and final power to set- cassier.ain salts are added to the
yet's fancy. For thou ands of years tle all contr(^-ersies bet ween sovr-l h effect is still more beautiful,
he trod, with his bare. black leet. eign states. was the creates, ".!t) t)Iwcati e then the splitting of the tiny
over acres and acres of diamonds, un- ever taken toward substituition ot( ju- tfragments is done in such a manner
til a white main showed him the glit- dicial procedure for appeal to arms. that the re tiult forms a perfect resem-
ter. He has leagues on leagues of "The Hague conferences were ,y blanc1V to a frosted window pane. A
ocean strand, and miles and miles of far the most notable events in the ga uihler or flash so treated be-
inland seas. yet he never dreamed oi history of the world. comes a beatitiful ornament to the
a sail. He lives as his father lived "There can be uo disarmament un- room or the glass cabinet.-Practical
before him: he works his wife. sells itil the greater powers agree upon a Druggist.
his child. eats his brother and dances system of concurrent action. The
and sports like an ape." tide of public sentiment all over the HOW WE FARM IN I rORMA


world is setting strongly in this direc- ----
tion. Looking to the progress in Last fall Mr. .7. D. Burnett raised
ne.e, meaniure of the last hundreds. an acre nf hnar., .i,<. -" -,_. .-

ed citizen. Few men who have .-','-t
in Tampa have so thorough n .*. ,-f
and won the admiration of ill lI< la-
es. and this sentiment was full ,.e
ed when all Tampa joined in ;i the immortelles of a ieopIe d **, a-
upon his hono'-d ra\. T -r ,4

Mrs. Reuben Smnth of \r .'
came up to Ocala several 'e.', .1e,1
to ble with her ,laughter lMrs H. n
Borden. who was quite i-ik a' 'hat
time. returned to her home -vs, r ta.
afternoon. Mrs. Burdn i and chi'rre-n
returned home with Mr- Sni'h an.l
will remain at Oxford for a *.- ao

Hlon. Robert EPark mt \'lan'a.
state Ireasurer of G'eorgiia .ji..d a' ,
I sanitarium in that cit' on Frida %1:-
Park was an uncle tb% riiat rn..a.
Rev. (;eorge lendlreo Ha' 1-r in, "'

i t-. r \\ .'.thr. b. 'r,' r.., ;. t
ill.'.n >r-i:or i l t\'i!lg f". r .1 1 ".| : i -
tin from t i .>ngr,.,e f.,r ih.
Sncnt cf th. R lkl.t\\ah, r:.*'r

i Scorcher Ruff

Registration Certificate No. 15037
"This is to certify that S.o 1 t.

* -1

S r'

NiFr. nd MM. Riabert PFnkernickle
W ecmpyla the new Crami
Settage a North Second street.

Ms FPrtanes Anderson will go
to Crystal River today to spend
f days with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton
n- the hourtboat.

Mr. diwin Spencer, who has just
I Meted s second year's course at
atema University, has returned
m m "or the summer vacation.

Mr. Nd C. Bemaett returned yes-
UNay afternoon from Jacksonville,
ere hbe has been attending a state
m, inds-a- 40 the Masoo

We raret to learn of the serious
I aM o Mrs. B. &. Quarterman of
ftk* She Is at present an inmate
the Marto county surgical Lospi-
A.ft -0 &a.& -"


tence shall lead them; that life shall
be to them one joyous spring-time of
abiding love and infinite blessing.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
Town officers were elected on Tues-
day as follows: Mayor, W. A. Dud-
ley; clerk and treasurer, L. L. Hop-
kins; collector of taxes, Amos IL.
Nott; councilmen, 0. M. Gale and
George Proctor.
Mr. and Mrs. Doolittle, Mrs., Bush
and Mrs. Halstead will leave for their
northern homes Friday. We are sor-
ry to see them depart, but look for
their early return next fall.
Mr. Ned Spencer. who is at home
for a week from DeLand, where he is
attending school, called on friends in
town Tuesday.
Mr. C. H. Foy arrived at his home
Saturday 'rom Port Inglis, where he
is proprietor of a hotel, also postmas-
ter, but had to come here on account
of sickness. Glad to report the
healthfulness of Belleview is assist-
ing him to recuperate. His son,
Charles, has gone to take his place.
Monday Mesdames Wendell. White,
,Bush and Halsted picnicked at Smith
Tuesday the Ladies' Aid met with
Miss Bosworth. Arrangements were
made for an ice cream social to be
held at the parsonage lawn Tuesday
night next. We hope for a large
Messrs. Gale and Shedd are at-
tending the session of the court at
Ocala as jurymen this week.
The Levon and Belleview boys are
expected to play a match game of
ball here on Saturday.
Mr. Cecil Bryant and family are
moving to Ocala. Mr. Bryant has ac-
cepted a position with. the H. B. Mas-
ters Co.. where he has worked be-


Three prisoners. two white mlen
and one negro. escal)ed from the Ma-
rion Farms Tuesday night. One of the
white men. Fred Kelly. was in for
five years. convicted of breaking ar.l
entering: the other, J. .1. Boyle. was
in for one year. and was convicted of
grand larceny: the negro. Will Myv-
ers.. was in for lifA having been con-
victed of murder in-ihe first degree.

- O Soth Third street.

Mr. D.

8les i to in charge of the work, and
blhdb this will be a splendid

w-RM1t to this home.

Qolte a delagatlhn of prominent cit-
M I were up from Dunnellon yester-
4W, vis: Mayor Kibler, Dr. Baskin,
-- Mr. Harry Peter. They came in

SThre is a twenty-six pound melon
exhiMtiom at the Ocala House. It
rse ftr the grove of Messrs. John-
s m and Udden, and was grown on
tel m Caldwen .place a short dis-
a wle from the city. Remember that
It was pulled before the middle of

We had a very pleasant call yes-
airday from Mr. A. B. Fort of Cornell.
S e is the father of our Mr. J. J. Fort.
-d- hereafter will be a reader of the
OaIla Banner. We welcome hin to
r gowig ranks. -

Mrs. A. J. Leavengood and daugh-
ter. Miss Evelyn. came up from Stan-
a* yesterday for a visit to relatives.
Iey are at present with Mr. and
Mrs. J. Watt Perry at their home on
asrth Magnolia street.

The page ad that we are printing
gday was secured by virtue of the
-g distance telephone. More and
-are the fame of the Ocala Banner
ns spreading as an advertising me-

A party of gentlemen stopping at
%eOeala House came in Thursda.. af-
aiaonm from the western portion of
Ni county with a large quantity of
-aples of phosphate rock. They
aMd they had made a big find and
6ad the goods to show for it.

Mr. Ebb J. Harris. formerly of Cit-
an. now residing at Live Oak. is now
ar accountant and train master in
rhage of transportation for the Live
Oak. Perry and Gulf railroad com-
aoy,. with headquarters at Live Oak.
Mr. Harris is still quite young and is
siU cimbing upward. His friends at



Ome of the prettMest home weddings We do not remember to have ever
of the seaam was witnessed at the known such supreme indifference to
home of Mr. H. W. Nettles, i ear public measures as exists In Florida
Flemington. Sunday morning, May today. f
th, at 1(, a. m. Though the legislature is in session
The occasion was the marriage of' there seems to be very little, if any,
Mr. Mack Teuton, a promising and en-! interest taken in its doings. Even
terprising young merchant and farm- the passage of the prohibition amend-
er of Martin, to Miss Cora Marie Net- meni created scarcely a ripple of
ties. The bride is a most popular, comment on the surface of things and
young woman. Her beauty and varied I the newspapers, as if with agreement.
accomplishments have attached her to have tabooed a discussoin of the re-
a host of friends, who were gathered suits that are to follow its adoption
in part to make memorable the occa- or rejection at the polls.
aslon which had brought them togeth- Claude L'Engle's Tallahassee Sun.
er. that created so much tall: an.l agita
The parlor was decoarted through-Ition during the last session of the leg-
out with a solid body of dark green, i islature, creates none now and is re-
covered with white roses. garded as a lusterless body in the po-
The arch from which the ceremony litical firmament.
was performed was a creation of love- The Jacksonville municipal elec-
liness and blended beuatifully with tion, hitherto creating such a furore
the general decorations of the room. of excitement in that city, which
The home was well filled with spread out to all sections of the state,
friends and relatives of the bride and passed off last Tuesday almost unno-
groom, and hpapiness seemed to reign ticed.
supreme. The semi-announcement of Speaker
Rev. G. B. Thrasher, pastor of Flem- Farris and Representatives Hilburn
ington and Micanopy churches, per- and Alexander as opponents of Hon.
formed the ceremony. Frank Clark for congress for thi.
At 11 a. m. ,the bride and groom, next term meets with the same de-
with the many guests, attended ser- gree of indifference.
vices at Flemington. What is the cause and meaning of
From church the entire wedding all this indifference?
party, on their return, was served with Is it because our people are in a
dinner, which lacked nothing in political crysilis state, and, like our
sumptuousness to complete the menu, members of congress, do not know
a feast that indeed would please the whether they are democrats, popu-
taste of an epicure. lists or republicans?
The sincere wish of their many And can the whole thing be traceo
friends from all parts of the county to Frank Clark's "big break" on the
is that the guiding hand of Omnipo- tariff?


It requires a skilful surgeon to set Ruls for remembering which go is not heaven, but thso .)
a bone, but anybody .an set an egg. beyond the obvious dvanta corgn-al pt is not heaven but
When a girl falls nu ,uje with a "at i praised in ,listitness of the connect The more false we ightinestroyg.
er we usually find him the idle oi er impression and observing t onne- Theroomrethale wll" eroy
heart tion between related ideas are not of more room there ,.f
heart. hio racticalrvalue. Memories may Good nature is the a." ,
There is little expectation that the much practical value. eor is may od in the world. a -
July and Augu.s sun will melt the easily be made ridiculous. I is a modiy ing that world ay .
ice trust. IGerman wit who makes a profess to horrower thing an lender h
The corn-field ought to take a high remark. -*Would you believe it, m a hen
rank, because there are so many ker- Ildar colleagues. I actually do not Th a re: a rest witho hari ,
nels in it. know the ages of my children?' Toare:witho knowled. d *
It wouldnottak which the other makes answer: "Such tor withour knowledge, and A
Should not ake a thrashing ma- h o without a sense of justice.
chine very lon, to thrash out n ome a thing could never happen with me. Tke care of yourself ie ha-
men's ideas. vas LGn .:, yw a is fter Socrates* bmayb e able to help oth.r.s afer
The auctioneer knocks ,lown almost n, wife I' years after the death may b abl to hlp h .
Th auctioneer n-our life with the genms call*k ..-i
everything he touches, yet ". Tiberius; our sitn. Leo. 2000ear illumine yiur path with ,.
seems to mind ~after the promulgation of the Licin- e
seems to mind it. r I L sunlight called friendship anl l.
Pride is undesirable, anl yet weta laws by Tiberi Sempronius sunligThere may be for aughn I kz,,
are all agreed that rice is not likable Gracchus. and our Amandla 1510 years here e known shortlesi
unless it is all puffed up. tlafter the commencement of the great somewhere n the known h
"By their fruits ye shall know migration. Very simple, is no" bastion. a nd within who se thought
itmellationt. and within whose thoult
them.- but what about a tree with It is the common experience that ho
dozen different varieties of grafts? memory is a mery trickster, treacher- thdream.infinite lies. I have my hop. a
Talk about the farmers having no ':s and wanton. refusing to yield up ignorance filth an po ar
influence; they stirringen-the things we have stored in our gnorane. filth and po
influence: they ar tiring up h en-1 111 missionaries of crime. As long as
tire country right now. minds with great care. yet lavish in issinaries of rime. A long
Our neighbor's faults are magni- affording us the m,'st vivid images o orable effortable succes s oiety ows
fled sevenfol., but as to our s,.ort- trivial incidents in our lives. The laterablnd e inges before the great thirty
comings we cannot see them with a Thomas Bailey Aldrich set this forth and cinges before the great
comings we cannot see them with a ih ia there will be little ones enough to, ill
microscope. with muc. metrical grace: the jails.
It is not best always to stay at ithe jails.
It is not best always to say i mind lots go a thousand things. Forward, sublime army of 1,-o-
home; an occasional change is good Iike dates of wars and deaths of gress, forward until law is Justie*.;
for everybody. Even the kitchen fire kings., forwa-rd until ignorance is unknown;
goes out occasionally. And yet recalls the very hour- forward whil
Every farmer can be his own Twas noon by yonder village tower, forward while. there is a temporal
Ee And on the last blue moon in May- throne; forward until superltltion ins
weather profit if he will keep his tools The wind came briskly up this way., a forgotten dream: forward until the
under the shed, and his stock in the Crisping the brook beside the road; world is free; forward until buman
stable during bad nights. Then. pausing here, set down its load in h purpl of
There are lots of people in the Of pine-scents, and shook listlessly reason, clothed in the purple o a,,,-
There are lots of peopinTwo petals from the wild-rose tree. thority is king of kings.
world who appear to have the brains -William Trowbridge Lamed. in May; A man who is able to take. car,- of
of a mule. All -they seem to be able Lippincott's. !himself. in the conditions he may he
to do is to eat. sleep and kick.
toFarmer Jones was pleasep d when he AN OLD IME DOCTOR'S BILL placed, is. in a very important sense,
Farmer Jones was pleased when he
hIan educated man. The ia'age wie
heard his son was being taught fenc- The May number of Uncle Remus'sl und erstands the habits of animals,
ing at college, but when he saw the Magazine contained a historical who is a good hunter and flybhi Is
small instruments used in the in- sketch of the now famous Dr. Craw-' a man of education. raking Into r-on.
disgust.-Ma Farm Jopleasure Long the acknowledged discov- sideration his surroundings. The
disgust.-May Farm Journal.ere of anesthetics, graduate of a university sho cannot

THE OCEAN YEARLY SWALLOWS The first person to whom ether was take care of himself-no mnat'- hbow
OUR SOIL administered was a Mr. Venable, and much he may have studied- is ,no? 4n
One of the most startling facts the year. 1842. This gentleman was educated man.
coming to the American public from suffering from two tumors, both of -
the latest report of the secretary of which were removed after he was put FOR SALE
agriculture is that the rivers of the under the narcotic influence of the One : -h. p.. 2-cycle. jump- park a,,-
United States are annually pouting new found drug, and the operations rine gasolene engine. with jump palrk
into the ocean not less than 1.J00.- were entirely painless, coil and oil cups. Perfect orde.-r $:1S.
000.0oo tons of sediment; and that The infinitesimal smallness of the One 2-h. p.. 4-cycle ationar% gas
,i katolene engine. Perfect order. $2.. A4-
this volume of waste consists of the bill will strike with amazement those press Box 473. Ocala. Frla..-4 l-Tw
most valuable elements of the soil, in the habir of paying doctor's bills
he very richest material, as the see- at the present time, especially where The unusual honors shownr h..
retarv calls it. "the cream of the a difficult surgical operation has to be memory of the late Colmon.l \' H
soil." At a moderate appraisal the performed. Henderson. as attested by the, l.a.r<
annual loss exceeds all the land tax In this particular case it will be attendance and general respect a hich
es of the country, and this loss is seen that ether was twice adminis- marked his fon-ral .tv'rr.i'l\ a',*
steadily increasing instead of lie- terel to the patient and two tumors such as are vouchafed onui '1t :ri.u
creasing. were removed from him, and the bill, of high character. of place an.l I
This does not take into account all told. was less than $5. Those must ence in a community Ta;iipa. ,.4
he coarse ditritus which is pushed have been the "good old days." seldom manifested such in' *.-al
long the sides of the larger streams. Following is a fac simile of the bill: grief. such an expression of ipuwl
WVe have not yet begun to do our James Venable. to love and esteem. as hat
duty in the wayv of forest nreserva- Dr. C. W. Long. Dr. manifested at the bier of thi,,.nt


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A U iURSCTORY DIS.- a patriotic city because its Banner is.
CLOS always kept flying at full mast, and
- our bliss is real if the directory does
Ow ety directory discloses the tact put it Chambliss.
tht we are ot only a cosmopolitan Though headquarters for turpentine
lbt a I peculiar people. .and phosphate Ocala is not without
Wite we he i her Cole and Coleman, her Stone and
vWhetstone, and while the ex-ruler of
bave Ayer In plenty. her Elks is part Jew. one of her citi-
I ~er have Brooks and Rivers. but to, zens is only a Quarterman.
r'elt-ve- them of every appearance of Her Marshalls tell that Ocala is a
dngt- r. are well supplied with finely regulated city and while she hasI
r s. and Bridgew,. in c-asoe- of ert-r-l her ate-r works she still retains her!
glo*,y t<, their* ie no danger of our! W#-ells and finds her Fausetts always i
b ItIN he nimed in and four progress tm- handy,. and it is not only at Christ-
.-d*-. 'inas time that her Hollys arte in evi-
"'-. |-.ntI u, I'lica-" contracts our j d-nce..
'r..\.rA of ( course we know that in the In-
*. ha, noi. fore-st-!. but r'-joi. irn dian tongue Ocala stands for 'fat."
ld'-. anVd Fl-'i-hld. \. at also, lr..- I.nid tour Lard.s show that we still Ile.p
1 .1-,1 wi th Ithole.- g.-t to then, andi iup this re-outation. Her Raysors l'ro-
4a it--' .asltting our aojolroach. onc<. ( ih :l-'. LanI jljn,. ti'ti.Ios th.-re, is nc, gro\ th iliat she is Luckie. Suppoose
dati.-r from, the tys ; s ittitling s ,-'le shouL .l Mock and someno. cry out
', aroi alundlan11il blse,-,di \ ith with P;atne,. as long as we have Th!eus
l-',w. .r-. atindl ;ar,! r,r to. ke..i, :h-t.. ith n-. \vh,, can hb- against us.
trtmno-,..l ;nitl |,,loonoirtg Thi -,. ti..,\\ ut f .r f ar that this article may
eTr *ni.r i llh. Itos i. i n.-,- ,,f F. A.. Teagute. ?.o mi of our readers.
th, *1 ral kixtg -mIn tl 'tVi-ol.-t. ;.ti. l d ):i:n-e .f \\-e hadi not better ('lose it.
l lle-.,. atlli whiie. it of tnii I)'slh if \ e- din't d.. s ..
k ll'I t.y l -'rst-.% w\ h:\.. W waters with T' .-n in it all up in a siigl.- s,-n-
v1 hi- ht *o r..vit ify thiem and r.:-tr or: *.--i-xirr-owing ron,. of ,our fa-
thlieii to t ift. e Itut h t.t *.r. tl.v \ r- :.I"',- g,'oe.ry lirims- v. e may say 'hat
I' io..dt It o Soiiin .ers andl 1' ', atla is "'I. K. n ti lto s-ty Thrillin: g.
fortunate;-lv itlh w"e;-lh \e are.. prorvl-

hut in sj-.'a kiIng of the st.-'.- tns-.
9 h','. na t.r. 0- tlo l, : 'vish w. ith h.I-r
gifts too s Illply us with anything in
lth -Iniular number., we, have We.ilI-
e-r -i in th. plural in abundance..
Whil..- e have many C(ampa|s. Arms,
I".,rt- (unns. Huttresses. and oth..r
ih.:ti 1 that ,wouol indicate that we are
.4 %;arlik o',wo le. still Peacet abidtes
with us. andt has such a mellowing in-
flu .s, that it is not unlike a bheie-
'i t l.t-i
h.-side'. tw-ing inclined to Peace our
Pri.-t- and ltishljos show that w do
l.iI turn det laf ear tqo religion.
W\. ar an acti-ve and busy people
W. -have our Cokks. Millers. Potters.
thantiller-. Tayloors. Weavers and our
Whitl. vo h t)o o, claim to all th-.
So,,.,r of ith- rainib &. natur.- has been
1l.e oh with her gifts in this direction.
W. provided % ith White and
11a. k 4;re-.n and Brown. and while
r'-)*i< inm in these solid colors we are
,ria nith-otnt our DIunns and Duskeys.
While we have tlo birds. we l.ave'
4our Blirdolff. Drakes. Martins. Pea-
co. k- and Polly,. yet our Carrolls are'
so t and tuneful that theyy lave
aiv.n cai. statewide fame.
While me rejoice in our "Merry Wid-
o. we. have a numb ,r of Batchelders
ano many a maiden fair.
Woo are supplied with Pasteurs and
Rulkw'ks. and the two do not make a
bad combination.
In the line of animals, we have our
Wolffs. Campbells. Griffins. Koons.

The Committee Appointed to Investi-
gate the I. I. Work, Reports
Tallahassee. May C,-A heated dis-
cussion was precipitated in the house
this afternoon when the coninititee
appointed to investigate the report of
the internal improvement fund inves-
tigating commission brought in two
Chairman MacWilliams of the conim-
mit ee submitted a minority report.
recommending that resolution, lie
adopted censuring the trustees for
their action in paying out such klrge
attorney fees.
Representative Hilburn and the
other members of the committee
submitted a majority report al-
leging that under that report there
is no corruption charged or anything
else upon which rntion could be bas-
ed and recommending that nothing
further be done for that reason.
A heated discussion followed.
which was only broken by adjourn-
ment, and will probably be resumed
The house killed the constitutional
amendment offered by Smith of Jack-
son. which is very much like the
Mississippi grandfather law, and pre-
scribes similar conditions for eligi-
bility to vote. There was a very warm
debate over this measure. Mr. Rober-
son of Suwannee taking an especial-
ly strong stand against it.
In the morning the Stokes loan
shark bill was passed.
Mr. toks de veed a;er

S-41.W- - .. M r. Stokes del vered a very
Foxes. Harts and Roewes: also our
Fnet. HarH and Rswhs: also .ur quent address in behalf of the me
Hunts and Hunters who very fre- ure.
que.ntly give (Chace. ure.
While we hav' our share of million- House bill by Mr. Carn to provide
ires, and the" who assume oa million for the erection of signs and mile
airp. s have a King. and Dukes and posts for the aid of travelers in Ma-
i. in pveny K rion county. Bein; an entirely local
Knight. in phnety bill. the rules were suspended and
Th. dir..toT, can also tunel, its la 4r b
Sto, the- lines of the powt. "Lovee Lit- the bill was carried through second
it.. Jov e III- 0 .ng '" It also, has its and third reading and thence to its
vho-a thane Bns f nal passage. PaPsed. than RIalnt,
W. JaIM%' tell Youngs an I it'"l. u-e bill by M.r Li ht to i;cor-
W haea Hii YOungs an l no hi..
but h ,' t- h,' t do I t l sdj po'ate the ton of Dunne'llon. illn la-
but *. have two Oldflets. rion county.
*no'tte 1. r lier hgt Hill- r ate ) -bi. i House bill No. 117. rt.,atin 'o the
no ,r her h H and bealtu killing of alligators on the Oklawaha,
W ..W|- tnn t hite he,-r mn, .stv I
S, .e I b Ho l a ntl s river. anli to alley v alligators to be1
rtl ."s. l 1 b Hikilled. Rules we're s'pentded anu I
hau 1.--t her o %Ite- still r.ttin-- h-r ibll was put on third reading andl
Ho 1"'. W passage. Passed.-Times-Union Cor-
ht intll'tual pol-'. respondence.
ins that we ar.t ;4 intellectual lwople.
yet .- art. not itsthlout our it, i- INSTANT RELIEF FROM DREAD
"avago,- and I*oneye CATARRH
While- k'ala has its share' of fruits Wby don't %ou vt rid of tha: nas-
and ftne,'rs. it has also its Rtushes. ty. humiliating disease, catarrh?
Burr" anti -ennel. but it ha lik You can do it if you really want to.
it-. -rop of butt. and tht size of '. But you can't cure catarrh in a few
-4,t s sht that it i w without s days that's an ttter impossibility. be-
Corn. and Rye atlse ha- a plaC',e it' cause there is no remedy linown that
dir'-tor. The direvtelorv alt. shows that twe short time.
are. et a worldly p;oe'opi'. and have But you can cure catarrh if \oit will! still for the preache.r-' t have a little patience and breathe in
perform We are not without .tir Hyomei (pronounced High-o-nmei "hree
trneoks. and if nec,. esarY we can Dotadge or four times a day.
or even Gamble Hyomei cures catarrh. by killing the
wh.n our M oldman is. named, th" germs and it kills the germs because
saying maY b' revered. "that all rs it gets where the germs are.
net gold that glitter.." Hyomei is a powtorful antiseptic anti
ek-ala hais ts Halls and its Howsest. ge'm killer air. it is made from the l
antd while- it a n( C'a!' it haq its! fluid extracted from the eucalyptus
.-k. It al, has its Blland while trees of inland Ats'tralia. where ca-i
it ha, itt Hurlen it has its Boot?, arr. has never existed. I
whnence It can rest. amnt. if necessary.- It gives relief instantly. stops hawk-i
Pray. ling in a few day:- and is guaranteed'
That life may be made agreeable to cure catarrh. asthma. croup and I
K-aln its itrotvidei'd with C7onverse. is bronchitis. or money back. A cornm-
I'rank. and while it never repeat it piete outfit, including inhaler. .-osts'
can DMtto the fellow who does. $1. and extra bottles of Hyom-ii. if
It has no Lteck. but it haIs any num- afterwards needs. cost but 50 cents.'
ter t Kaas. and while it is never gon. cSold by leading druggisis everywhere.
it is sometimes accused of G *in. "Hyomei certainly saved my life.
We, have shown that Ocala has and I accord it the credit which it de-
thian raltore. from the tiny Turnip- serves anti merits. There is nothing

Big Clown and

Little Clown.


Copyrighted. 1909, by Associated
Literary Press.
1111 111 1111 111 1111 1 '

vile. "at the next villge ad dee bow
she takes it."
So the next night when the lights
were out In the big tent and the tirad
performers were packing their beloug-
ings into trunks and bags the big
clown came to the little clown and
said, "Goodby."
"But-but," the little clown stam-
mered, "I don't want you to go!"
"I am going to settle down." the big
clown told her, "and have a little
house with a fireplace and a cat."
The little clown caught her breath

He was big and burly, a figure in his quickly. "And who's going to keep
fantastic dress to make all the little house for you?" she asked wistfully.
boys giggle and the little girls stare.. "I shall live alone"-the big clown's
half frightened, voice had a note of pathos. "There is
That was when he was in the ring. only one woman that I should care to
But when he was clothed in the ordi- have sit in front of that fireplace, and
nary garb of a citizen he was simply a she values fame and fortune more than
fresh faced boy who could stroll along she values love."
the village streets without attracting "What makes you think that?" cried
unusual attention, the little clown, and just then the con-
He liked the little villages where the tortionist came in. He wore a long
circus stayed for a day or two and fawn ulster and a high hat.
then moved on languidly down dusty "My automobile is outside." he said
roads to the next stopping place. to the little clown, "and I have asked
"Some time." he said to the little the bearded lady to ride with us to the
clown, "I'd just like to stay behind in next village. It Is much more pleas-
one of these little towns and turn ant than to go in the vans."
farmer and stop being funny for "Thank you very much," said the
awhHe." little clown, and held out her hand
The little clown was a woman. to the big clown.
When she was dressed for the ring she "I hope you'll be very happy-all
wore infantile clothes, with a blue alone in your big house." she said to
sash. and carried a big stick of red the big clown, "with your chickens
striped candy, and all the little girls and your cow-and your fireplace and
and boys would almost go into convul- your cat"- Her voice broke, and she
sons of laughter when she shook her an out of the tent.
rattle at them. The big clown took a step forward.
"I know," said the little clown, "how but the bearded lady stopped him.
you feel. Sometimes I think it would "Let her alone," she said quietly,
be nice to have a little house and make "Let her alone."
bread and put the week's wash out on And presently the big machine
the green grass and have a cat and a whizzed away, and the big clown was
fireplace"- led off dreamilyleft alone beneath the stars of the
Tier voice trailed off dreamily. spring night.
The big clown looked down at her. He sat down on his trunk in the
"I've been funny all my life." he said. middle of the deserted ring and
Wheny 1 wasnmt anything but a babi middle of the deserted ring and
"When I wasn't anything but a baby planned how on the morrow he would
my fatter used to take me in the ring get his money out of the bank and
with him. lie was a clown, too. and t his money out of the bank and
I've just grown up to it." build a house and begin a new life as
The little clown nodded sympathetic- a substantial citizen.

ally "Most of us grow up to it." she But all the joy had gone strangely
said. "and then somehow we can't get out of his plans when he could not see
away." the face of the little clown at his ta-
The big clown stood up. It was time ble or her slender figure in the big
for him to go into the ring. He twirled chair in front of the fireplace.
his pointed hat in his hand and then And even while he yearned for her
put it on. "'! am going to gar away she came to him, running over the
from it." he said. "I want a n.,ane and sawdust silently, so that fie did not
neighbors. I'd like to be a sheriff in know she was there until her arms
some town or mayor or on th-. school were about his neck.
board"- He smiled till the thick white "I made him let me out," she
paint on his face was folded into deep sobbed. "Oh. 1 hate him! He is so
creases, sure of himself and of me. And the
Then he was off to the ring, and the bearded lady got out, too, and she is
little clown turned her attention to the coming to play propriety, only she is
contortionist, who was in shining iri- so much slower than I am. And I
descent green like a snake. want to live in a little house with you
"I wish you wouldn't pay so much and have chickens and a cow"-
attention to the big clown," the contor- "And a fireplace and a cat." The
tionist told her. "I can't ever get a big clown had her in his arms. and
minute with you." there was deep joy in his voice.
The little clown looked at him with "And you shall be the mayor some
eyes that went beyond him through day," planned the little clown.
the door of the tent to where the ap- "And you shall make bread and
ple trees were flinging up pink branch- hang your clothes on the grass."
es to a sapphire sky. laughed the big clown.
"Did ou ever see anything so pret- "And you'll both live happy ever
ty?'" "isked, and pointed to it. after," prophesied the bearded lady,
B e contortionist had no eyes who Just then came up, panting. and
.e trees. "1 have never seen gave them her blessing like a very
-l.ou are." he hairy godmother.
OL Voa-Wmftop this clown
(IslI:estN s and marry me I will put you The Head of the House.
in an act that will give you a chance The baby was 1ll, and the doctor or-
to show people how good looking you dered that he be taken to the sea.
are You could wear white and your This involved the closing of the house
hair in yellow ringlets down your back until the little one should be well
and a gold crown. And I'd put on red enough to return. After the wife had
with horns, and we'd give an angel secured hotel accommodations by the
and devil act." long distance telephone the man of the
The little clown leaned forward house went to his room and slowly
eagerly "I have always wanted to and thoughtfully spread the entire
do so,-u thing like that." she said. contents of his wardrobe upon his bed.
I've wa:te-d to have an act that that they might be convenient for his
would make people do something be- wife to pack.
sides i,;gle. and I ought to get pret- le stood surveying them, deep in
ty o;o, d pay." meditation, when his wife came into
"WelL. I should say." the contortion- the room and began to speak to him.
ist bragged. "I get bigger pay now le raised his hand rebukingly.
thbia any one in the show. and you'd "Don't talk to me now. Susie. don't
just about double it after I had taught talk to me: 1 have a great deal on
you what to do. It would be swell my mind. If we are going to the sea-
business." shore day after tomorrow there are
"Yes." said the little clown. "it many things to be done. and I must
would." 'plan."
And when the contortionist had gone lis wife. who had already tele-
the little clown sought the bearded phoned the butcher, milkman, baker.
lady. grocer. expressman and ticket office
"Which would you rather do." she and given the maid a month's vaca-
demanded. "have a little house iu a tion and arranged with a relative for
country town. with a fireplace and a the care of the dog. gazed at him in
acut and a husband that people looked silence.
up to. or would you rather be a head- "'A great deal on my mind." he re-
liner in the circus business?' peated. Then the interrogative na-
Now. the bearded lady. in spite or ture of his wife's silence forced him

her masculine appearance, was a wise to explain.
woman and a sympathetic one. "I'd "You see." he said, "1 have got to
rather be the wife of the man I loved." put a nail in the cellar window and
she told the little clown. "whether he stop the newspaper."-Youth's Corn-
was in a country village or the circus. panion.
It isn't the place that makes us happy;
it's the man." A Painter Who Was a Musician.
The little clown nodded her head. Those painters who also have the
'"But I'm not sure." she began, and feeling and some of the proficiency of
then the bearded lady said. "Well. be a musician reveal it in their work.
sure before you decide." They are usually colorists. with more
"How am I going to know:" tlues- eye for the colors and tones of nature
tioned the little clown. than her shapes and forms. Such a

-iouil know wen the time comes."
said the bearded lady sensibly. And
after the little clown had gone away
the bearded lady sat and thought and
thought, and when the performance
was over she sent for the big clown.
"So you love the little clown?" she
*"How did you know?" he demanded.
"Everybody knows." the bearded
lady told him. "You can't hide it."
"Well. I do love her." the big clown
confessed. "and I want to take her
-VT-% fvM Ohl)- th1a O"A: 11* t-.- in gh ittlab!

one was Corot. He had a good tenor
voice and played on the violin. He
sang at his work. and sang. too. when
be wns not painting. but wandering
through the forest of Fontainebleau
or around the village of Ville d'Avray.
absorbing the beauty of the scene and
storing up impressions for future pic-
tures. In fact. his whole long life of
seventy-nine years was to Le Pere
Corot. as his friends loved to call him.
a song. And one feels it in his pie-
tures. at least in his later ones, by

Wtestingbouse dynamos, and one 50- privilege to behold. The tiny boo A C. arc dynamo both being di- that takes you out on the Spri bes
rct!vy connected with two 145 horse- a glass bottom, through the botte4 d
p)owPr Harrisburg engines. Wood is the Springs can be plainly sees as
'he fu* used. There are about 300 depth of 50 feet. Fish on the e
patrons to the plant, and the charges are as plain as if they were in a tB
are 10 cents per killowatt for incan- pail. A penny thrown late the
descent lights and 8 cents for power. Springs can be seen as readily as f
The plant has sufficient capacity to held in your hand. There is see&
care for 200 additional patrons, thing about the chemical composUi
Fire Department-Ocala has an ef- of tne water that serves to give It a
ficient fire department that will com- magnifying power. It is alsom iaM
pare favorably with any city of like to the Oklawaha river, and the wr
size in the country. The fire station, is as clear as crystal the entire d
which is of brick, and centrally locat- tanc.-. A student of nature can secue.
ed. cost $5000. There are three paid food for rumination on this trip the
men on the force and an auxiliary will last for a long timt.
force of seventeen men who are paid Blue Springs is another resort Of
only when they assist at fires. The similar nature, twenty miles sath bf
telephone is used as an alarm system. Ocala, and is reached by rail ora p
As a result of the good work of the riage. Many pleasure partei m"
Department, no fire of any conse- their way to these Springs at aM nga
quence has occurred in the city for sons of the year.
i several years. Homosassa-on-the-Gulf is aChW t j
The equipment consists of four the popular resorts reached ft
horses, e.emical engine, two hose Ocala, being two hours distant
trucks, book and ladder. 3000 feet of train. anu located on the 0tlf
hose and other miscellaneous equip- Mexico. furnishing the best b"
ment. which represents an outlay of and hunting to be found in thin a
$S31o. A large fire bell is mounted in tion of the state.
th station tower which is sounded. Lake Weir is fast becoming a pogW
as an 'a!.m in cas. of t:re. and again lar resort, being eighteen mim ag
,"v.-n the fire is on tof Ocala on the line of the A C.
Gaz-Ti" ('ii=cn"' qa--. H-at. Light There is fine bathing and sill he m
T1(, ,,-r 'o p;:." wau; orgrnizcl -Ocala City Directory. Il-1WS
some fourteen year.4 ago for the pur-
pose of furnishing gas for heat. ;ower A onun-nt h b'n ete4 5
and illumination. The Citizens' Ga.-
Comrrany, as it is now known, (wn'- ICapt. Henry Wirz. the keeper off A
thr- and one-half mi!es of ma:r? t ersonvill' prison during theb etv
T're price for illumination is $2 ppr i wva. and who losi b l life in e
1Ct,r feet, and that of f:',l gas is qunece of a trial before a I 'aMf
3. 50 per 1000 fee!. The gas i;, made .ars court in.rrd a ely after th
of crude oil.
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<" OCALA to
apvrpprletlpm o mouts to SU es
the foundation work has he
----*--*--- .- -- pleted, and the work on the
--S ----........0*... er will be pushed to complots at
-- early day.
TheBanner City of the Us. necion o a cty. grow t e i
Banner County of the elopment is the status
"* Its postofce recelp
Banner State. -stomoe. for the past ve
shows an increase In reeelpts
--- about 12 per cent. per annum. TM
Ocala is located in the center, and refects a steady, permanmt Bhw
t c y minus any "bum" features. D
is the county seat of Marion county, appended a statement of receipts
The name is a modification of the ear- the past five years:
ly Indian application, "Ocaly." mean- 1904-$13,593.58.
in- "fair country," o land of p:en- 1905-$14,155.31.
ty." 1906---$16.458.27.
Ocala is the market town and ship- 1908--$19.835.78.
ping point for one of the richest agri- Geo. C .Crom. postmaster; LA. F.
cultural, horticultural and mineral dis- Borden. assistant postmaster; Thin
tricts of the south, as C. Thompson, clerk; T. M. Meo-
Here may be found -ls some of the clerk. A. P. Gilmore, clerk; B "
Bl.tch, clerk; Otto G. Lohrig.
ls.rgest and richest truck farms to be Carriers. Chas. H. Stewart, HerOe
four.:' in the state, together with the Harold. Jas. S. LaRoche, Harry I
most valuable deposits of phosphate, Booher. sub.
kaolin, ochre, lime and brick clay. Lobby always open. Money order
register and stamp windows ---
Healthfulness-Ocala is commended from 8 a. m., to 6 p. m. GeneraTl d
by the best medical authorities as a livery window open from 8 a. n.. j
rest for all sufferers from all pul- 8 p. m. Stamp, money order and e
monary complaints, rheumatism, gout, istry business transacted at geeal
delivery window from 6 p. m.. =a
nervous prostration, etc. The city 8 p. m.
with its high altitude upon the back- Paved Streets-There are over alt
bone of the peninsula receives the re miles of paved streets which cost the
freshing breezes of both the gulr and city $7,500. The main square or pin
the ocean, which, laden with the res- za is paved with vitrified brick. G-e
inous odor of the pine wood, en- roads lead out from 'the city la evrf
hance the salubrity of a naturally direction, affording many pleas
mild, equable and healthful climate, drives.
The city is free from 'the visitation of Cement Walks-During the pwN
yellow fever or kindred plagues, and year several miles of cement waIt
pulmonary diseases, sunstrokes and have been laid on the main bieenm
r:.bies are unknown. The summers and residence streets, and the goa
are delightful, and many prefer to work still continues; and it will at
stay here than in the north, be long before this class of waft
Temperature, (Winter)-The mean will supercede all others.
temperature of Ocala in winter is 60 Public Library-Of the few edas
to 69 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer- within the state that ms ag '-
The summer temperature ranges from libraries this city is one. It was t
75 to 97 degrees, rarely going above ed eighteen years ago. and huas
90 degrees. Rainy Season-From in constant operation stnce. The a
about the middle of July until the lat- location is on N. Maln street. bl
ter part of September there are usual- second floor of the Clyatt hrnoom
ly daily showers of brief duration, and is open during the trMiss [e
which tend to cool the atmosphere. 4 to 6. The librarian is Mis. l e
Winter Resort-Ocala is famous as E. Gamsby. Membership is Ste )N r
a winter resort for those who wish to year, which fee permits he putoa
escape the wintry blasts of the north. to borrow the current magaioee ,
Being inland, there are no harsh cold each book taken out. No m-cent
winds, the climate being pleasant and are required to pay 2 ewts per ~
balmy. Its Decembers, Januarys and for the privilege of drawing
February are similar to the month Water Worki-The eal i Wi
of June in the middle west. The Company was organized in l$ we
Ocala House and Montezuma Hotel a capital stock of $100.000, ewys
are the principal hotels of the city. principally by eastern capitalnstas.
Banking Facilities-Ocala boasts of water is obtained from arte2 l
two banks-The Munroe & Cham- well bored to a depth of I10 fa,
bliss Bank, capitalfl ,$50,000, and the rendering the source of cont
Commercial Bank, capital, $50,000. absolutely free from sur
Telephone-The Ocala Telephone tie. The capacity is 0.M0
Company was organized in 1894 with a per day. The water is al d I
capital stock of $10,000. The stock thy and palatable, the su l e
of the company is owned by local res- removed before being turned lt
mains. There are mime ne d
idents, and Mr. George R. McKean is mains. There are nr hdnowl o
the principal stockholder and m aa- mans and ninety-fve re hydr
ger. The system reaches over 100 Tranportation-eMarlso owaty
points in Marion and adjacent coun- Ocala have two systems ofth r
tier, and has over 300 local subscrib- the Atlantic Coat Ie aad tthe d
ers. board Air Line. Both roads traNweg
the county north and sothl. m -
Churches-Ocala has several good A. C. L. runs also east and w .
churches, the following denominations In addition to these rail taelU
being represented: Baptist. Episcopal, boat lines operate from the Oe1fS
Methodist, Presbyterian, Catholic, ha river, which runs north smd ~
Jewish and Christian. All occupy edi- through the county, comueetlUg S
fices of their own, and have good siz- Palatka for Jacksonville ma e
e" memberships, points, and also lines operatia a to
Educational-Ocala has an excel- Withlacoochee river, which skirts
lent high school and primary school. southwestern edge of the centy.
A new primary school has just been Points of Interest-Silver UrL
completed on South Third street. The a resort five miles north of the
corps of teachers is excellent, and the on the line of the Senboard Air La
enrollment number over 500. is one of 'the most famous and pie
Electric Light-The city owns its lar resorts in the state. The
light plant and operates the same may be reached by driving oeat. a
protitably, the streets being well light- roads to it are fine. At the .
ed at practically no cost to the mu- is the terminus of the Howard Ml
nicipality. The plant represents an Hart lines of steamers which rr r
investment, of $35,000. and the income Palatka. This is considered one d *
is $20,7oS per annum, while the op- the most beautiful trips on the mg
,.raring expenses are $lu,17.0, leaving tinent. The Oklawaha river. 1t
: revenue to the city of $10.,604, to which the Springs empty, has am t.
;,< applied to the sinking fund to li- viduality all its own. Its baks g
T'iidate the outstanding electric light strewn with a constantly chagl O
bonds, and apply on the current rin- panorama of scenery entirely dig
ning expenses of the city. ent from anything else In this
The equipment consists of 30 miles try. At the Springs a sight awslr
if tpod wire. two 100 K. W. A. C. the visitor that ht is seldom e'M



Phone 48




Ballard's Obelisk and Patapsco

Superlative Flour

I.'. ________________

Oh! Ham

We don't sell just "Ham." We sell

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

"The Ham what am."



Tetley's Orange Pekoe and Mixed

Tea. Magic Yeast.

Full line Staple Groceries


SC. Cagpb-ell. a Stranger, While in
J, DeMtbratly Sever His
MHad From His Sody
,S e time ago a young Scotchman,
bees convicted of some crime,
tely placed his arm on a
esad. with a hatchet, cut off one
le bWaads. and died in consequence
-e Ibepital ia this city.
Nfrt that Ume another man, a
I & in the county jail. ended his
& by driving a nail through his
tate his brain.
S' tl twftew r back than 1hat. an-
WS '# r white man. having been con-
"m. gtied of murder. killed himse'i by
uoverSt the ar"ecies of his arm with
m p Seep of resm# tin.
iMeaday.night a stranger by the
IMai eof G. ( Camphell, or at least
It fg on a k,-y ring that was found
ommug his j|m*oseasions. bore that
aie,. *ass arrested and placed in

tragedy ranks with the most awful
that were ever eaqcted in this city.
Since the above was written it has
been ascertained that the real name
of this unfortunate gentleman was
June Elliott. and that he was fiomn
Elizabethtown. Ky., and worked in
this office as a printer about eight
yearn ago.
Mr. William Mock of th-is city, who
came here from Elizabethtown, was
an old friend, and Elliolt hunted hinm
up on Monday and tried to borrow a
gun from him, but Mr. Mock told him
ne had not owned a weapon of any
sort since he was married.
It is said that Elliott's people are
wealthy. and they have been apprized
of the sad manner in which he came
to his death.
Mr. E. H. Mote has a very fine

D for protection. as he behaved as grapefruit and orange grove in Lake
.be was partly demented. He told county,. near Leeooshurg. All winter
OI ocer that it he were put in jail long ;,,' has been advertising this Iruit
would kill himself, but his threat and we formed an idea that he was
UM 0o considered seriously. He was somewhat extravagant in the lan-
mar fbed when he wa- locked up. bul guage he employed in describing, the
ift e idently had hi>, knife neaauty and deliciousness of the same:
m moane part o his clothing outside .~, seeing is belieN ing. and tasting is-
ShIis pockets. and it escaped the vig- 1he 1hing itself. We have put his
Mme* of tbhe jailers. praise to the test- we have seen and
Whei his cell v ti op,-ned Tuesday :as'e,. and no test could be more
uainRg it was diM-overed that he ,horough. We received a box of fruit
SaM disjointed hip lett hand at the tront this grove yesterday. and can
sto. svering it ewn irel trom his "-ow testify that Mr. Mote in th-- lan-
m a. and hadi thrown it to the furth- i..;.u e emidpoy ed. telling of its sui-
or k dl. of ihe rumn iHe nexe sev, red .-i ior qualities il point cf flavor and
h e antrries I igh.-i up in his arm and .i>:,e'anii ace has htcn extremiely ioriid-
hbm nind'- ati .ii.imp to steter his -; instead of txiria", anyi. and along
uu Vla veIn iut t- neck. but failed. h,' h-e I n.< he h as not said enou,,. In
pebap tr nt he lo-.- ol bIloxod. to car- a. tipo'.!mion ot gralOtruit and. or-
gut thbis h 'rt o' his desigi.i ....-e- Floriadta leatls t1le, world. and
M s idead ll< Ih pre'-e'nTed a ghastly I' 1i;I prod!('ices no e iter fruit than
f*ht ' 0rown onl Mr. Mole's Eclipse
On hi '-p i "( l'o had lour dollars : a i h' may well exclaim:
Id fort y-~ve c-nts in silver. a bunch "Excelsior.-
t keys and a key tag bearing the in-'
.. option. c C Camplell. Waycross. FLORIDA ORANGE GROWERS IN

Tbh, deceased was. about forty-five
Mr Gfty yeara of age and wore a \\,, are in receipt of a marked copy
miall. sandy colored moustache, and f th'" Redlands W(al.) Daily Facts of
Vw116k that exception he was cleanly lay 1i. which gives a very lengthy
ares. Iwrite-up of the Florida orange grow-
It is said that he was a printer, and rs' visit to that city.
S-Wted on the New Capitol. a daily A committee of Redlands' most
Soper printed ben- fifteen or twenty prominent citizens met the Florida
Vpers ago. :growers and showed them the sights
On Monday afternoon he drank o, that beautiful California town and
I lrw bottle of Chamberlain's cholera gave them all opportunity 'to visit the
am". ancn a pill hbo of gum opium :groves and packing houses of that
Was found in his pockets. it having section. and to study their methods
b w purebawed troim Dr. William An- and conditions.
d ese*'s drug store. The Floridians were particularly
a remor I.yk- bhld an inquest upon interested at one of the packing ieous-
Sa body and summoned the follow- es at Redlands. in the packing of the
Mg mmed perwnas as a jury: J. H. :nuit by machinery and the applica-
s 9ew~r. L. Ballard. S. R. Whaley. tion of electricity.
i. W Flinn and Wilbur Counts. The Florida delegates were the
r Tb' Jury of inquest returned the g'iets of the Redlands citizens at a
viewing verdict: luncheon at La Casa l.oma. and for
"We. the jury. of inquest, find that the luncheon th,. tables had been ar-
S cad. supposed to be G. C. rangedl in the farm of a large cross.
mMP1t 111l. committed suicide by using In the decorative schemee marguerites
as a implement a common pocket oraie heme marguerites
1Miar. wvering the hand from the nid pink roses had been arranged In
bey. ad frm the effects of which vases and scattered over 'the (:oth
b bled to death. were quantities of white sweet peas.
S TI body was turned over to Thet menu. which occupied the atten-
IMeMrs Smith & Roberts lundertak. inm r ......tit.. w.*t .* .-_ i...

W. H. POWERS, M. 0.



Office Yjuge Block.


Messrs. E. E. Robinson, .1. H. Bell.
R. D. Matlhews and Misses Carrie Wil-
liams and Pauline Sullivan came
home yesterday morning from Wiood-
mar., where they had gonet the dlay le,-
fore in an automobile, to visit 1issess
M.ixon and Mc(uiire.
Fourteen Tennessee night riders
were convicted at \Waverly Tue.idlay.
and sentenced to iwo days in jail. and
to pay a fine of $541mo each.


Over Munroe & Chamblts Baak

J. E. CHACE, D. D. 8.


Holder Block.




Opposite Banner



Asthma Remedy
Gives prompt and positive relief in
every case. Sold by druggists.
Price $1. Trial package by
mail. 10 cents.
Sold by Tydings & Co. x
Williams' MPg. Company, Prop.
Cleveland, Ohio


Very Latest in Millinery
Come in and let us show you the

line we have just selected in the
Fashion Markets of the World Youll
find here the styles anld fashion,- a
the millinary world. and at such rea.
sonable prices that you'll be astom-
ished. We carry a full line of Rib-
bons. Trimmings. Novelty liar Pins,







Gary Bock.





Office over Commercial Bank
Phone 211.

Office: Second floor Munroe & Cham-
bliss Bank Building, Ocala, Fla.
Telephones: Office, 154; residence, 45.
Office hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 p
m.; 7:30 to 8:30 p. m.

Some of the newspapers that art
partisans and admirers of Mr. Roose-.
velt say that his press agents, telling!
of his animal exploits in Africa, arei
"piling it on too thick.' Besides kill-'
ing a halt dozen lions he is now re-
ported to have killed a rhinoceros;
that the infuriated beast made an at-
tack on him, and for a time his life r
wavered in the balance by a l.air.
How long are we to stand thiss yellow
kid romancing? Better bring him Lack
to the 'United States and let him do
his stunts here.

Make a kitchen floor new. bright
and durable at hardly any expense.
Getl na uai of tth 1I. & M. Homet Finish
Floor Paint from Mclver & MacKay.
Paint the tfoor in the morning. It will
dry hard enough over night to walk
on. and make your kitchen bright and
cheerful. (3)
Since the days of Dolly Madison,
the mistress of the White House has
not returned calls or accepted invita-
tions except to cabinet dinners. Mrs.


Successor to A. Brown & Bro.



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