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 21, 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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Loal and Pesonal
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Cuamaner L M Graham of Con-
r was a MoNday visitor to the city.

MrsJ. L. Davs of Irvine is visiting
her Moter and sister la Ocala.

Col. John M. Martin went up to
Martina Monday to spend a few days
on his farm.

Mr,, George Davis has gone to
QuWicy to visit her sister, Mrs. Pad-
gett. forfm-rl3 of this city.

Mt and Mr, J. J. Gerig and pretty
littik laughter spent Sunday at their
lake We i% pla
Mr Samuel R. Pyles is about to
make another big deal. He knows
j b how to
Milst Aliee Yonge is visiting her
sister and brother in Jacksonville for
a few days.

Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood spent the
day Sunday with relatives at Cotton

When you want a quick aeal, drop
to Haea's Cafe. where you'll find
evmthbing i to asoB on the bill of

Mr. W. H. Hamilton. the well known
weil borer, was in Ocala on a business
visit Monday.

I Mr. Edwin Spencer. who spent sFe%
al days; in Ocala last week. has re-
turned to DelAnd. to finish his year's
work at the Stetson university.

Mr. and Mrs. B E. Raysor returned
to their bome at iowell Monday efter-
wMe. after spending a short time in

Mr. Arthur Hardaker or Tampa
spent Sunday in Ocala with Mrs. Har-
daker. who is th eguest of her sister.
Miss Mary Platt.
Mrs. len Borden and children re-
Murbed home Sunday afternoon t rom
a sort visit with Mrs. Borden's rela-
lives at Oxford-

Perry Edwards, the colored farmer
who took so many prizes at our re-
res*t county fair. had a cantaloup* for
his Sunday morning breakfast.

Mr. A Bigelow. superintendent
of the Dunnellon Phosphate Corn-
pany. was a prominent visitor to

Mr. and Mrs R L. Reed alnd
,IN1:1.t r '. r*vlnl new-comlle- t' G
iWalaa Mr R,*.l will represent the
H4nar..r iatl ( Comptlly hiere.

Mr. \V.'ebb atll taby of (;eorlgia. for-
n l.l|. 01 1his i~ ty. I here on vis'-
,. and art. t'O gui S'. of .Mr V. I .

Mr andi Mrs. ('eil Bryant. who
ha et, living at h B-lle-vl'ew for
,,nt.t 1n.i1, have*' ret lr and.t ar at the Canpthll House. They
a. icconi|alnie~l lIy their little
" daughter .
". a' u nodge returned home



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Mrs. Johnson, Miss Clara Johnson,
Mrs. Williams, Miss Edith Williams
and several of their friends are spend-
ing this week at Lake Weir.

Mr. D. W. Davis and daughter. Miss
Elizabeth Davis, returned home Sun-
day from a brief visit in Jacksonville
with Mrs. Davis, who is spending
some time in that city.

Mr. Will Lucius, county superin-
tendent of roads, has a 27 1-2 pound
melon on exhibition at the Monteuma
Hotel. He has a field of twenty-five
acres. Shipping will soon begin in

Mr. Heron Todd was able

down stairs yesterday

time in several weeks.
some days yet before he

to be

for the first

It will be
will be able

to resume his duties at the Variety

The handsome gold scholarship
medal that will be presented next
Monday night to the pupil of the
Ocala High School who has made the
best record fo the year, is now on dis-

play at Mr. A. E. Burnett's.
trophy well worth having.

It is a

Hon. Robert A. Burford left Mon-
day afternoon for Nashville. Tennes-
see. where he weat to attend the
graduation of his lovely daughter.
Miss Mary Burford, from Belmont Col-
lege on Wednesday evening.

SThe memory of Dr. I.. Dow Geiger
of Apouka, whose recent sudden dGath Mrs. William H. Powers, who did
1 was such. a blow to the Baptists of not join the Young Ladies' Card Club
the state, was honored on Sunday this winter, but who has attended a
night at the Baptist church in this great many of the meetings. compli-
city by a special memorial service. mented the club by entertaining them
There were several appropriate on Saturday afternoon at her lovely
songs and speeches, the special me- home on Watula street. Mrs. Pow-
morial address of the evening .ing ers entertained only the club, the only
made by Judge William S. Bullock,
who was a warm personal friend of other guest being Mrs. J. M. De'" of
Dr. Geiger. He paid a glowing trib- Gainesville, who is the ge~et of :.v:ss
-ute to his memory and spoke %ery Valeta Potter.
feelingly of his many virtues, and of There were four tables-two in the
the great work that he has done for parlor and two in the dining room,
not only the Baptist denomination, and the sixteen players had a splen-
but in every movement that was for did game together. A number of
the good of humanity. bowls of lovely roses sent the hostess
Dr. Geiger preached his first ser- by one of her friends gave a very dec-
mon in this city, and he rose to be oraitve air to the party.
one of the most distinguished Baptist The players at the four tables were
'ministers in the state, and his sud- Misses Margaret and Mamie Taylor,
den death is everywhere greatly de- Valeta Potter, Susie Fort, Sarah Mc-
plored. Creery, Meta Jewett, Ethel Robinson,
Mr. Isaac Stevens also spoke for Esther Weathers, Mrs. Dell, Mrs. Cul-
a short while, eulogizing Dr. Geiger'sl len, Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Ro-
Imemory most glowingly., less, Mrs. Jewett, Mrs. Helvenston
Several readings were given and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd.
Frank Gates' solo was especially en- After the game Mrs. Powers, assist-
joyed. ed by her mother, served very delight-
1 Mr. .1. W. Aiken. president of the ful ice cream, cake, pepper mints and
B. Y. P. 1 ., made a few fitting re- ginger.
in:arks, after which the benediction The prizes, which were novel little
was pronounced. pin cushions in the shape of hearts,
At the morning service at the Bap- diamonds, clubs and spades, made of
Iist church the Rev. A. L. Prisoc of red and black ribbon, were won by
Berlin filled the pulpit most accepta- Miss Robinson and Miss Mamie Tay-
bly. The pastor. Rev. C. C. Carroll, lor.
is still in Louisville, Ky.. attending Mrs. Powers is a charming and cor-
Ithe Southern Baptist Convention. dial hostess and her party to the card
I club members was greatly enjoyed by
Mrs. R. Dean Tompkins entertained
tl:e imemnilrs of the Tabard Inn Club The third week of the circuit court
ic( Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. convened Monday morning with the

T. K. S'a,'nt,r of Ocala, who was
the guest of Miss Rice. An. original
poem, in the form of an acrostic,
spelling the name of the guest of hon-
or, was written by each guest, and a
guessing contest was also a feature.
Mrs. Warren Austin Smith won the
first prize. while a booby was won by
Mrs. W. M. Ferrel. Mrs. E. M. Black-
well assisted the hostess in serving
refeshments.-Jasper Items in Sun-
day's Atlanta Journal.


St. Margaret's (uild of Grace
church, who met: every Monday af-
ternoon at the reciory. departed( tioni
the usual routine ihis week and met
with Mrs. E. M. Hloward, who extend-

following list of jurors for the week:
George K. Robinson, George W. Eas-
terling, J. A. Reynolds, M. Cameron,
A. A. Olin, D. B. Payne, J. W. Barks-
dale, R. G. Limbaugh and Stephen
At nine o'clock the court assembled
and the first case called was that of
Mrs. Vara Pierson vs. the Dunnellon
Phosphate Company. The Dunnellon
company was not quite ready for trial
and the court allowed the attorneys
until the afternoon to get ready.
Sometime today another phosphate
case will be up for trial, viz: The
Clark, Ray. Johnson Company vs. Ed-
ward Hiller, the surviving partner of
Ford & Hiller. -s the Dutton Phos-
phate Company since took cvet
the properties of the Messrs. Ford &
Hiller, it is said i at it will become

There were a great many visitors ed them a special invitation to be her involved in this suit.
to the city on Monday from various guests for the afternoon.
pa'ts of the county, and one and all Mrs. Howard served lovely refresh.- IT IS NOW MAJOR NASH
state that they are very badly in need nients during the afternoon, and the --
of rain, as the crops are already% be- hours spent at her beautiful hom- hby The people of Ocala congratulate
ginning to suffer greatly from the dry those industrious ladies were very de- Captain George Nash on his promo-
weather. lightful indeed, and it was a eerly tion to major of the second batallion
much appreciated compliment to the of state troops. His election was
Miss Grifflth, stenographer for the.;umild" unanimous. Adjutant General Foster
Southern Phosphate and Development congratulates him most heartily on
Company of this city, returned home SEWING CIRCLE ENTERTAINED his well-earned promotion.
Sunday afternoon from a very oleas- Captain Nash has been in the mil-
ant visit of a week with, relatives at' Mrs. John Sandford Jewett was the itary service of the state for a long
her home at Mt. Dora. Miss Griffith hostess of the Baptist Sewing Circle time. takes great pride in it, and hbis
is now boarding with Mrs. M. C. Loo- on Monday afternoon. About fifteen promotion, as has been said by Gen-
ney. members of the circle were present eral Foster, is well deserved.
to enjoy Mrs. Jewtet's hospitality. Everybody in Ocala feels a person-
Rev. R. H. Barnett of the Metho- which was charmingly dispensed, as al pride in the compliment that has
dist church preached a beautiful ser- I s always the case with this attract- been unanimously showered upon
mon Sunday morning on the subject ive hostess. him.
of "Mothers." He expected to preach The making of all kinds of fancy
this sermon on Mother's Day, but ow-: articles kept the ladies busy until Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark and lit- the presence of Rev. Craw ford nearly dark. when Mrs. Jewett serv- tle son. left Monday for Mexia. Tex-
Jackson, who occupied the pulpit of;ed iced tea and delectable sandwich- as, where they will spend some time
the Methodist church on :hat day, es. with Mrs. Clark's parents. Their
Rev. Barnett postponed thi- se-mon- friends here are vey sorry indeed that
until last Sunday morning. I Hon. Ed L,. Wartmann. former mem- they have decided definitely not to re-
until last Sunaer of the legislature from Marion turn to Ocala to reside. Mr. Clark
Mr. Oliver Buckner Howse is still county" and at present a member of has not yet decided just where' hli
at Kissimmee. looking after his cattle: the board of control, after spending will locate, hut will probably go into
interests. He has one of the most several days in the city on business business in some Texas eity. Both
a tractiv nl lucrative industries ofconnected with the University and Mr. and Mrs. (lark ha've a ieat
any voung man we know of. His cat- Women's College. left for his home a' Iany tfriendls her.a.. anl rth, i' ioiIng
!. iteas n ; I plyCi wi;h scare- itra yesterday afternoon. Mr. Wartt- .-.-av is .r.v ge ten' r".rot ,l hv
an t taohim As-one of the largest or wn'e -ha e Wi h t i''at a bifait
Iv any trouble to him. Evry i..r morin- lla is o of h ar .. .V \V i.h l II
inl he wakes up a richer nman. -rowers in ie state. and wih his S,.<-. i h. ir aw hi...
p;irt ne .Mr. \VW.J Crosbhy. i.s al.o ,'x- -
1p" lively .Igag.d in truck r. Lan. ford is 11 ti,'rom|
S 11r. Edward Hiller. a former prol on .)nsiet ( in t k t'r I. l. is
inent Ocala phosphate minar. but who, Mr made a liost t '-ia, ':'.a Ri\. artad in ,. ,ooIli')[t
I repuitalion as a legislator ai.1 I)os- of th ig iii 'iii 't s-c'ti t!I io ell-
is now residing af Birmn ingham. Ala tt1 i a l ila r a,, os. h .- n h ..i, ,, .-
where he has a large and lucrative se s a host of frfenls in this city.- i l l aly nth,- of' -.i:a,s :in the
we. i h e at. H i |er e Tallahasseo, News. 'pircha- '-s ;1ar"e avti i) ;idlvk)no -' for'
libiiness. is in thl cily. He is here m

on a civil case that

will be t-trie in

the circuit court this week Mr. Hil-
ler has many warm friends in Ocala
who will welcome this opportunity of
seeing him again.

Mr. William D. Taylor. who for the Inat favore-', place Hlie 'ay' thm
past feur weeks has been enjoying. Coniimolort Rhides, is hLavilnt iatili a
the beauties of a trip through Cali-' $ v;5.o., yacht. fashioned sonme-wht on
fornia. Colorado and other western the plan of the Tr'"a. Capt. Ingli'" fa
states, with the Florida orange grow vorite craft.


Mrs. Martha Goin, one of the pio-
neer citizens of the Long Swamp
neighborhood, was in Ocala Saturday
with a petition to have the old Blue
Sink cemetery in that section rescued
from its present dilapidated condition
and put in loving and presentable ap
pearance. Some of the most distin-
guished and honored of our citizens
of the ante-bellum days rest in that
sacred spot and some of their de-
scendants are yet Ulivin'g, and it is es-
pecially to these that Mrs. Going
makes her appeal, and to all others
who feel disposed to contribute to so
worthy a purpose.
Mrs. Goin requests that all contri-
butions be given to Mr. "W. E. Woods
at the Teapot Grocery. Any amount
will be received from fifty cents up-

As the weather becomes warmer the
people begin to look around for a
pleasant place to spend the evenings.
This they can find at the New Air-
dome, which accounts for the con-
stantly increasing patronage this de-
lightful little open air theater is get-
ting nowadays. Last night's (nter-
tainment was an exceptionally fine
one. Three long reels of films were
exhibited. As the season advances
Mr. Tucker will put on new features
when the occasion demands it, and
we are satisfied that the people will
give him the support that he merits
in his endeavors to furnish amuse-
ment during the summer month,
when other shows generally give
Ocala the go-by.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McIlwain and
children came home Sunday after-
noon from Abbeville. S. C., where
they were called ten days before by
an accident that caused the deahii of
Mr. Alcilwain's youngest brother. Mr.
Hugh Mcllwain. He has the sympa-
thy of a large number of friends in
his bereavement. Mr. Mclilwain's
mother was prostrated by the shock
following the tragic death of hber son,
but when Mr. and Mrs. Mcllwain left
her on Saturday she was very much

Mr. D. Speigner Anderson. now op-
erating a sawmill and farm at Marion,
Alabama, was a visitor Monday. and
will remain with us perhaps for the
balance of the week. He says that
Mrs. Anderson anM the children arf
pictures of health, and are very much
pleased with -heir new home. Mr.
Anderson was a former citizen of
Ocala and was superintendent of the
Ocala Foundry and Machine Works.
now the Ocala Iron Works. He is
here now as a witness before the cir-
cuit court.

.Mr and Mrs. M. .1. Roess are conl-
Steiniplating a very delightful trip soon.
They expect to accompany their
;rienl. .lMr. Lewis. of Norfolk. Va.. for
W;! 10uto1niolile tour through New .Jei-
,,v andl Ne v fYork states in Mr. I.-w-
:'5 s omirinlg ear. They will ,Pas-
i 'roih <(;irn;an ValleY on ihe-ir jriip.
;.!I will pay; a ri,'f visit T) iMr. ;and
\ 1 :. ('. \W 'lshi. fornit .rl oif this
< \ l Mr. a;ndl .Mrs. R (f.O s xp'.Cl tI)
: ;'lis'nt aboi t ho thrf.+- wvfek.s.

.\Nathan Al .\,lyo. th fir-': ( r o.a"t .o l i,
i() l.'I\' "Jorld'l N;i \v\ -, shiplo',l i'l om l..k. alnl was h.hi\ne, l i1 .'cr'
?'l:aKkw ll.

Th,- frinml. of M.i.s,. ;-:.lln Thrh a;
r:e d+liight -l to know that she' is .et-
lin. alonr finelv. Each dal enonouir-
a inL !l'vws c('Oes tromn he t- he-' ,ide.

When in Ocala don't .>rgtr HTg:,n'-.
.I-I.-Am Il will An !3 1 I_ n -_.M _


From Wednesday's Daily:
The case of Clark. Ray, Johason
and Company against Edward Hillr.
surviving partner of the firm of Prd4
& Hiller, is now on trial before Judge
Bullock. Before the dissolution of
the firm of Ford & Hiller that rm
had disposed of its interests to the
Dutton Phosphate Company. so -eally
the case is the Clark. Ray. Johnaos
Company against the Dutton Poae-
phate Company. The statement of
the case was read to the jury. which
was a very voluminous document. aad
embrac- many pages. Messrs. R. L
Anderson and H. M. Hampton are at-
torneys for Clark. Ray. Johnson and
Oompany, and Messrs. Hocker am4
Duval of this city mand Mr. John C.
Cooper of Jacksonville are the attor-
neys for the Dutton Phosphate 'em-
pany. There is a large array of wit-
nesses, all of whom were put under
the rules.
It seems that the Clark. Ray. John-
son Company claim a certain royalty
on rock sold to the Dntton Phosphate
Company through its taking over the
properties and contract of Ford & Hil-
ler. The Dutton Phosphate Comnpay
claims that the rock was not fomLd
that it was diligently searched for
and could not be found. The complain-
ants claim that it is now being maled.
which proves that it was there. On
the other hand, the defendants claim
that conditions have changed sines
then, the water level, for Instance.
being ten feet nearer the sursee
then tha nit Is now.
It is an Interesting case. and will
be vigorously prosecuted and defend-
ed, and may take until some time to.
morrow before i is ended.

Mrs. Herltrt L. Anderson and Miss
Frances Anderson expect to leave on
the twenty-eighth of this month for
Troy. New York. where- th-y w.:l be
present at the. gralduatlon of Miss
Iillian Anderson from the* Kmma WIl-
lard Collfeg, ,Iarly in .1Jnu<-
Miss Jaitl W-a;th,-r. anmo1 her love-
ly ()cala girl. will ,,. grad iai t,-I i the.
.sartn ltie fro)., ',.* '-Emmaa \Vi!lar.I
(')1 '. ;A '| \ i. ,1II \l. t . o
\\"':t- l "i ,' I ; i *.i .l'l ;II1r* l co ri' rn-
!'!;lilt i m ii'i: *') I' r ,". 1r th0 nif a-
.eaj.'tl;,r of *ie tei* h',eii he not

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'h<- re r 111 lion
M rs .\ie.;r!s>.t 1 ',l cI ;-..... FVr,,i cee
and Lillian \.l. -r m will g,, from
Nevw York to 'heir 'i,,.rnoe-r horn am
._ o . .

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

The Munroe 8 Chombliss Bmu








-----e lma loaMers, postooe, weather bu- CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
S(n sa u other federal oficals The

SiOC A L A the f t- been -0 The -city council held regular meet-
I pleted, and the work on the remaind- ing May 18, 1909.
-- er- wiln be pMuhed to completion at an Present and presiding: J. M. Mef.-

U. a. Pe-tolBio-One of the surest fert, president; G. A. Carmichael, L.
Th Banner City of thel a ity' growth and e- W. Duval A. G. Gates, E. T. Helven-
Of development is the status and growth
Burer COgnty of the its postomce receipts. Ocala's ston, H. C. Jones, D. E. Mclver, H.
cer State. s o the past Ave yars, D. Stokes and T. B. Snyder, council-
Bm r State. shos aIncrease in receipts of
about 12 per cent per annum. This men.
reflects a steady, permanent growth, Minutes of last regular meeting
COals Is located lt the center, and minus any "bum" features. Below is and minutes of the equalization meet-
I the caty seat of Marion county. appendd a statement of receipts for ing approved.
e ty of Marion coun the past five years: g approved.
2T aine is a modtllation of the ear- 1904-13,593.58. J. W. Aiken appeared and requested
F[ la a application, "Ocaly," mean- 1905-$14,155.31. the payment of a plumbing bill on
S*lair costry." 0o land of il;en- 1906-$--16,458.27. foundations around court house in the
ty" 1907---$179,85.78. amount of $22.34. Paid.
O is thone ofmarket town he r ichest agri- Ge. C Crom,postmaster; a. F. The police committee was instruct
pot or one of the richest agri- Borden, assistant postmaster; Thom- d to put the city pound in good sani-
6rtnral horticulturpl and mineral dis- as C. Thompson clerk; T. M. Moore, tary condition.
trits of the msoth. clerk; A. P. Gilmore, clerk; Benj. R. The personal property of N. Lopez
Uere may be tound clsc some of the Blitech, clerk; Otto G. Lohrig, clerk. T a ro o op
largos rihes truck farms to be Carriers, Chas. H. Stewart, riorace & Co., was reduced from $300 to $100.
tr Itn th e e ethrm o Harold, Jas. S. LaRoche, Harry L. The following complaints on assess-
hued in the state, together with the Booher, sub. ments of city taxes read and referred
most valuable deposits of phosphate. Lobby always open. Money order, to finance committee, with request to
kaoln. ochre, lime and brick clay. register and stamp windows open report same to council at next regular
Healthfulnee-Ocala is commended from 8 a. m., to 6 p. m. General de- eort sae to council at next Florida Pack-
livery window open from 8 a. m., to meeting: J. A. Pittman, Florida Pack-
by the best medical authorities as a 8 p. m. Stamp, money order and reg- ing & Ice Co.. Lanier Robertson, H.
Nreet for all sufferers from all pul- istry business transacted at general E. Robinson, C. R. Tydings, S. R. Wha-
manary complaints, rheumatism, gout, delivery window from 6 p. m., until eo. C. Crom, T. M. Moore, Dr. J.
rvos prostration, etc. The city p... Moore, Dr. J.
nervous prostration, etc. The city Paved Streets-There are over six W. Hood, J. J. Bierman, Ocala Tele-
with its high altitude upon the back- miles of paved streets which cost the phone Co., J. H. Brooks, E. P. Guer-
bonte of the pealnsula receives the re- city $7,500. The main square or pla- rant, Mclver & MacKay, Carmichael
freshing breeses'of both the gulr and za is paved with vitrified brick. Good & Son Co. Mrs. F. Tessett and A. G.
the ocean, which, laden with the res- roads lead out from 'the city in every on M ee an
tK3as odor of the pine wood, en- direction, affording many pleasing Gates.
chance the salubrity of a naturally drives. The following bills were ordered
mild, equable and healthful climate. Cement Walks-During the past paid:
The city is free from the visitation of year several miles of cement walks Semi-monthly pay roll of officers,
yellow fever or kindred plagues, and have been laid on the main business Semi-mothly pay ro of oicers,
pulmonary diseases, sunstrokes and and residence streets, and the good $339.50.
rbles are alknown. The summers work still continues; and it will not Semi-monthly pay roll of E. L. de-
are delightful and many prefer to be long before this class of walks apartment, $190.
* stay here than in the north, will supercede all others. J A. Morris, $.
Temperature, (Winter)-The mean Public Library-Of the few cities artin. &Carn, $76
temperature of Ocala in winter is 60 within the state that maintain public Martin & Ca, 6..
to 69 degrees Fahrenheit. Summer- libraries this city is one. It was start- Marion Hdw. Co., $1.S0.
The summer temperature ranges from ed eighteen years ago. and has been Ocala Plumbing & Electrical Com.
76 to 97 degrees, rarely going above in constant operation since. The new pany. $22.30.
90 degrees. Rainy Season-From location,is on N. Main street, on the Tompin & Cobb, $2.50
about the middle of July until the lat- second floor of the Clyatt building. Tompkn & Cobb $2.5
ter part of September there are usual- and is open during the afternoon from H. B. Masters Co., $1.50.
ly daily showers of brief duration, 4 to G. The librarian is Miss Louise Geo. Ray, $9.90 and $18.
which tend to cool the atmosphere. E. Gamsby. Membership is $2.50 per J. B. Martin Hdw. Co.. $1.15.
Winter Resort-Ocala is famous as year, which fee permits the patrons
a winter resort for those who wish to to borrow the current magazines with W. C. Blanchard, $15.
escape the wintry blasts of the north. each book taken out. Non-members H. W. Johns Manville Co., $30.5o.
Being inland, there are no harsh cold are required to pay 2 cents per day Market permit was granted J. E.
winds, the climate being pleasant and for the privilege of drawing books. Thomas and D. W .Hooker to run
balmy. Its Decembers, Januarys and Water Works-The Ocala Water market on North Magnolia street.-
Flebruary are similar to the month Company was organized in 1888 with
of June in the middle west. The a capital stock of $100,000, owned The following building permits were
Ocala House and Montezuma Hotel principally by eastern capitalists. The granted: Ocala House Wine Rooms to
are the principal hotels of the city. water is obtained from an artesian repair shed on block 65, with galvan-
Sanking FaciltIes-Ocala boasts of well bored to a depth of 1220 feet, ied iron; A. R. Topl, to build brick
twi bmake-The Munroe & Chamin- rendering the source of contamination d iron; A. Top
bEa ank, capital ,$50.000, and the absolutely free from surface impuri- wall between Montezuma Hotel and
Commercit l Bank. capital. $50000. ties. The capacity is 500,000 gallons annex: Mrs. M. R. Thompson to
TeIephoe-The Ocala Telephone per day. The water is hard, but heal- build awning in front of brick build-
Company was organized in 1894 with a thy and palatable, the sulphur being ing now occupied by Mr. Schlemmer
capital stock of $10,000. The stock removed before being turned into the i n .
et the company is owned by local res- mains. There are nine miles of as a bakery, with iron pipe columns
dents, and Mr. George R. McKean is mains and ninety-five fire hydrants. and metal roof.
the principal stockholder and mana- Transportation-Marion county and Upon motion the election of mar-
gr. The system reaches over 100 Ocala have two systems of railroads, sha! was deferred until next meeting.
poIatsa n Mario and adjacent coun- the Atlantic Coast Line and the Sea- was eed
tier, and has over 300 local sbscrib- board Air Line. Both roads traverse It was moved and carried that no
er' the county north and south, and the bills be considered at the second
A. C. L. runs also east and west. meeting in each month, except the
Chmrehee--'cala has several good In addition to these rail facilities, regular salaries of officers
churches, the following denominations boat lines operate from the Oklawa- regular salaries offers.
being represented: Baptist. Episcopal, ha river, which runs north and south C. J. Phillips submitted plans and
Methodist Presbyterian, Catholic, through the county, connecting at specifications for remodeling the city
Jewish and Christian. All occupy edi- Palatka for Jacksonville and ocean market. He was requested to com-
Sees of their own, and have good siz- points, and also lines operating in the plete same and report at next meet-
ed memberships. I Withlacoochee river, which skirts the
descatotnal-Ocala has an excel- southwestern edge of the county, ing.
lent high school and primary school. Points of Interest-Silver Springs, Councilman Duval moved that the
A new primary school has just been a resort five miles north of the city brick pavement on Magnolia street
completed on South Third street. The on the line of the Seaboard Air Line, be laid in cement and that payments
carps of teachers is excellent, and the is one of the most famous and popu- p
emmllment number over 500. lar resorts in the state. The Springs be made for the said paving in one,
Electric Light-The city owns its may be reached by driving out, as the two and three years, and that the city
Ilht plant and operates the same roads to it are fine. At the Springs attorney prepare specifications for the
proitably, the streets being well light- is the terminus of the Howard and vitrified brick pavement to be filed
ed at practically no cost to the mu- Hart lines of steamers which run to
nlcipality. The plant represents an Palatka. This is considered one of in the city clerk's office. Carried.
Investment of $35.000, and the income the most beautiful trips on the con- A petition from I. W. Ogle et al was
is $20.780 per annum, while the op- tinent. The Oklawaha river, into read requesting that a hydrant be
crating expenses are $10,176. leaving which the Springs empty, has an indi- placed at the junction of North Mag-
a unet revenue to the city of $10.604. to "iduality all its own. Its banks are nola street with Henry avenue for
be applied to the sinking fund to li- strewn with a constantly changing nolia street wth avenue or
quidate the outstanding electric light panorama of scenery entirely differ- the purpose of protection in case of
bonds, and apply on the current run- -nt from anything else in this coun- fire, and water privileges.
aing expenses ef the city. try. At the Springs a sight awaits Clerk instructed to write the Ocala
The equipment consists of 3 miles the visitor that it is seldom one's W C a re the ai
of feed wire. two 100 K. W. A. C. privilege to behold. The tiny boat after Company and request the said



"A Hell of a Place; But We'll Do Our
Best"-Needn't Wear Frock
A late special from Baton Rouge,
La., says: Chagrinned at the ac-
counts of elaborate banquets and balls
given the officers aud men of the bat
tleship Mississippi at New Orleans,
Baton Rouge, and other points, the
chairman of the reception committee
at the little village of Bayou Sara,
where the Mississippi will stop Tues-
day, wired to Capt. Fremont as fol-
"This is a hell of a place to receive
anybody, but we'll do our best."
"I'll wager that the man who sent
that telegram is a bully good fellow,'
said Capt. Fremont, "and the pleas-
ure of meeting him will prove more
than sufficient compensation for drop-
ping anchor at Bayou Sara."
That Bayou Sara intends to be hos-
pltable was shown by an exchange of
telegrams between a newspaper rep)
resentative on the battleship and
some of the reception officials. Eith-
er as a joke or through ignorance of
conditions along the river, tne corres-
pondent wired:
"Will it be necessary for civilians
on the battleship to wear high silk
hats and frock coats during the day
reception at Bayou Sara?"
And straightway came back th' an-
"Not necessary to wear anyt thing at
all. Come ahead.'


A laltinore special says: The first

It is our editorial opinion that a
person would half to have a awful
pain in the stummick and he in tur-
rible distress before the deacon would
give him a drink of his hard cider.
The Bugle reserves its opinion on
lokel opshun until later. We can't
tell whether we are in favor of the
lokel opsnun question or against it
until we find out which would be the
most profitable fo' the Bugle.
Subscribe for the Bugle now, and
keep posted on all the latest lokel op-
shun news.-Bingville Bugle'.


Florida accepts Mr. Taft's olive
branch with eagerness and perhaps
with misunderstanding. The presi-
dent wants peace between the sec-
tions. He wants to develop the re-
publican party in the south.. When he
runs again in 1912 he wants to carry
a few southern states. With these
aims in view he has expressed opin-
ions on the subject of restricting the
suffrage, which have produced an im-
pression that he is in favor of sup-
pressing the negro vote. He has
agreed not to appoint colored men to
office against th( wishes of the
In most places this attitude has
been accepted merely as a nmanifesta-
tion of good will, but Florida's warm.
sub-tropical blood has become fever-
ish. and it is conducting itself in a
fashion that is likely to cause trou-
ble. One branch of the legislature
has passed,. and another now has un-
der consideration an amendment to
'he state constitution declaring that
as the fourteenth and fifteenth, amend-
nents to the national constitution
were illegally adopted they are null
and void, and that on and after a date
not yet fixed only white persons shall
have the right to vote in that com-
This proposition will shock many
people. but it will cause greater con-
sternation at the White House than

arrival of Florida peaches is expected anywhere else. Of all things that
to reach here Tuesday. A number of the amiable and leisurely Mr. Taft
shippers on the .west coast have writ- would avoid at the opening of the
ten local houses that they expected golf season we may be sure that for.
to ship small lots of peaches by the mal nullification of the war amend.
middle of the week and have asked ments stands at the head of the list.
for quotations. As a result most of If the negro is to be dropped let it
them have been informed that from be done quickly. Cannot the demo.
all indications the market will prob- crats of the south accept an invita-
ably be from $4 to $5 a crate, and tion to the republican mansion with-
that the outlook was for good busi- out breaking the mirrors? Are they
ness, providing the stock showed up such tyros in political finesse as not
well, and was not too green. It is to know that laws ignored are as
hoped that a fairly heavy shipment harmless as laws repealed?-_New
will arrive, for there is every indica- York World.
tion that the market will take care
of them in good shape. BEAUTY AND BRAINS
Boston women are discussing the
The Tallahassee Sun is still of the question of whether beauty and
oDinion that the narment f tho., isq brains nn e.t,..,. . .- -

AlIthough le-'s than ) isO ril',s
have elapsed .-ilnao i ht 'r t |i Ie i,
tire of a: portion of the ltusiin.te ti of the
above company, they') are- vet
tied ill new and commnodiot quart-ers.
:t<1 1-" West Bay street is.nirance
through alley adjoining the S H Hlub-
,bard Co.) with new machinery In-
stalled in both their lithographing and
die stamping departments. and are la
readiness for the prompt ex ,e* icution *t
The wholesale paper ,dsip.artment
also included in the same building.
has been replenisbed wi:h an entire e
new stock of all their ..11 knoss
brands of paper. enveliop.-* 'ardl
stock. printing Tnks. e t
The shipping department inclui.4ed
in the new location is nlw,* oloneii
iently arranged. affording l.I-t.r fa
cilities for the prompt hanstlhngx of Ir
A home instr;utiion e*qtiip.i i1
tht latest ,|evic.s alnd. Ihe. I**.. f;'cll
'ie's for supplying th lpro).i,,' ir Ihf i
\arioIus departlnient. to '*t. .* ,4,1
vantagv. thi.\ soli<.r .. ,., r i.. . .of
the pultlic -

O(n May 13th ;(\ meromir (,uin, *'- A
dressed a long message to ti. '*"is
lature attempting to giv a til hi ,
tory of the Wailes. 'iiIll In 1ha'
message Senator Heanit la:1m.- tha
tie went ouit of his w;. fis '.--' **'0* i
sons on his father
On Monday Senator i, ..i i.t .'-'.
ed the senate., and a.,11.>n: oih. -
things said:
governoro r Gilchrist )- .,,i|>ati.,n ,. :
an honest Tian ani, since-rl oin fi
very limited mlental 'a- .., I' H;
very honesty of piiUrl-po-, r *nm' hi '
an easy victim and an inio T,-' ' of designing men of'r t, nral
capacity, but of less hotiets ,niiId -in
cerity of purpose. Of th*. -Ij,)j. li
upon which the message' tre.a- I ,i.
Gilcbrist has absolbite'l. no greatt.e
knowledge than one of the pc..- of
the senate, and apparent l1 ri1o as
much capacity to underramlid aMi. a&
quire knowledge of it-
"In conclusion, pern'lii i ni' .a? t
that it is with extreni'e r,'Itl':;tll'
that I have dlscussei ibhis, niatt-".
and have done so only because thi
governor. wantonly, without tfounda-
tion and without reason. retfiected
upon the memory of Colonel Hlarrl
man the latchets of whose .sho-e.s ;; ov
Gilchrist was unworthy to loose
While he was speaking a ;~ eiAl
message came up from the r,%e-rt.or.
calling attention to remarks !f -.iUA
tor Beard relative to the- eti-ra*-.
which were entered on the SaturIay
journal. In the message he asked, the
appointment of a committee to tin-t*
tigate the facts on file in the slta'.- of

Westinghouse dynamos, and one 50- that takes you out on the Springs has company to change the location of
lligh A. C. arc dynamo both being di- a glass bottom. through the bottom of the plug north of Benjamin's ice fac-
rectly connected with two 145 horse- the Springs can be plainly seen at a tory, on the Atlantic Coast Line rail-
power Harrisburg engines. Wood is depth of 50 feet. Fish on the bottom road, to Magnolia street, near cor-
the fuel used. There are about 300 are as plain as if they were in a tin ad, to Magnolia street, near cor
patrons to the plant, and the charges pail. A penny thrown into the ner of Peter Ingram's.
are 10 cents per killowatt for incan- Springs can be seen as readily as if Sanitary committee reported that
descent lights and 8 cents for power. held in your hand. There is some- instructions of city council relative
The plant has sufficient capacity to thing about the chemical composition to a general cleaning of the city had
care for 200 additional patrons, of tne water that serves to give it a a general cleaning of the city had
Fire Department-Ocala has an ef- magnifying power. It is nine miles been carried out.
Silent fire department that will com- to the Oklawaha river, and the water The sanitary committee was in-
pare favorably with any city of like is as clear as crystal the entire dis structed to proceed to abate the nui.
size in the country. The fire station, tance. A student of nature can secure ce of the uug of
which is of brick, and centrally locat- food for rumination on this trip that sance of the running of the waste
ed. cost $5000. There are three paid will last for a long time. from the Ockla Steam Laundry in
maf on the force and an auxiliary Blue Springs is another resort of a open ditch, the same as in other ca--
force of seventeen men who are paid similar nature, twenty miles south of ses of nuisances.
only when they assist at fires. The Ocala, and is reached by rail or car- Council tlier.upon adjourned.
telephone is used as an alarm system. riage. Many pleasure parties find
As a result of the good work of the their way to these Springs at all sea- H. C. SISTRUNK, Clerk.
department. no fire of any conse- sons of the year.
quince has occurred in the city for Homosassa-on-the-Gulf is another of WORK MAKES LIFE WORTH LIV-
several years. the popular resorts reached from ING
The equipment consists of four Ocala. being two hours distant by
hermes. cemlcal engine, two hose train. anu located on the Gulf of The thing that makes life wo',h
trucks, book and ladder. 3000 feet of Mexico. furnishing the best fishing while Is work, work. having sm--
hme and other miscellaneous equip- and hunting to be found in this sec-
mwnt which represents an outlay of tion of the state. thing to do, and knowing that it is
$1310. A large fire bell is mounted in Lake Weir is fast becoming a popu- worth doing, putting your heart into
the station tower which is sounded lar resort, being eighteen miles south it. so that every night you can look
as an alarm in case of fire. and again of Ocala on the line of the A C. L. ay glad of what you
whim the are is out. There is fine bathing and sailing here. back over the lay glad of what you
as-Th1Be Citisens' Gas. Heat. Light -Ocala City Directory. 1908-1909. have done, and every morning yo'i
and Power Company was organized can look forward to the day glad of
em fourteen yards ago for the pur- THE LION AND THE LAMB what you are going to do. The se-
anse of furnishing gas for beat. power e must admit that labor and cap- cret, the incommunicable secrpl of
CnIllumn. saton The Citizens' Gas ital are not so far apart and that the happiness is in finding the thing that
thrn- and one-half miles of mains. -ays of antagonism must be paying you can do, the thing that you will
TIe price for illumination is $2 per swiftly by when we are called on to be glad to remember that you have
1400 feet. and that of fuel gas is note the fact that the Brotherhood of done. That is the art of happiness,
. 0 per 1000 feet. The gas is made Locomotive Engrieers (through out ......_ .i. .-.... .... ......a hn

Will Bring There was a hot diskushion on the The Martel W. C. T. I. met sOm
Will Bring New Trade to Ocala anPrizes temperance question down to Hen day last at 3::;31 o'clock. and the we.
Give Hadome Prizes Weatherby's store t'other night, lowing program was readered:
Arrangements are now under way whih got so loud, that Hen, prop. of Song. "Stand I'p. Stand I'p. for J-s
for another contest whichthe store, threatened to close up shop sus."
to eclipse all former attempts in and send everybody home unless they Psalm reading.
Ocala, as it will take in all sections calmed down and made less noise. Prayer-Mr. As i7ly.
of the county, and the out of town He said he didn't propose to have his' Song. "Trusting in Hit.- ,," **
candidates will have a chance to win Husiness emporium turned into a de- Reading--laurra Kemp
one of the handsome prizes that will beating society, being as such goings Essay-Irma Seckinger
one of the handsome prizesha on hurt his store trade, which wasn't' Solo. "Tell Mother I'll *1 Th.r.-"
be given away by the merchants ofvery brisk, anyhow. Mrs. Long
Ocala. Bill Hepburn, our artistic black-! Reading-Miss Knimp
who enter te scheme of tmbine bus to induce smith, started the diskushion by say-; Story-Miss Bates
new trade to Ocala, bring visitors here ling that he was a-going to agitate the' Talk-Mr. Ausl.y.
during the summer and have them question of lokel opshun in Bingville. "'iHow Eben Was Won to ih.i \V tW
speduring their summer and have partiesill said he believed it would be a tur- T. .i. .-Mrs. Ausley.
spthat are in the oney with the a rille good thing for Bingville if one, The. chapter th.rn adjourn idi to mu*t
that are in the contest. or two licker saloons would start up with thl pr-, \W.iln ,-f... -f'r---
It is proposed to divide the c.,nty in our midst. Bill said that if he noon in a busin.--. n,'**In
into three sections, making Ocala the n.ds Ifo
nto three section, making Ocala the ould purchase his licker in Bingville. A.fte.r ,I.-votioiial .I*x r. :. I ty
central section. The northern sec- where he could go and get a little tilh prel-ieslnt. rhe li? Ior ?iT. A
tion will be from this city north, andl whenever he felt like it. it would rvi.s ,l, a dl tan l .s- fll -
will be divided along the line of the isave hin many a weary trip to th Mrs. Aul.. ,-. t.
A. C. L. to Dunnellon and along the svIunt any a, Saturta ) fo t't hise Mrs. N-].* ;**.e : I
Seaboard to Silver Springs and th, lar kl allon of tangle-toot. Ir Sk
Oklawaha river; all territory south ofiat '.r which Bill alr .o arr ies ,l,, e li- i..a l \\ r.' i.
this. excepting Ocala. to renimai as, load(' ) tthei sidebo rds. Superntender's
the southern seciioun. ill said ite calkihlati that if i t ei .\If. Ln.iu I. 1 I.
A stiiciet tnitnl)i, of busine -s
i A suf' i(ihe nt %n b) reo (if iItosint* '-s ~Is a licke.r saloon right under his .lts K I i,,h."
is have a 'inur-d entiuaag'.r th con-. where lie could take it orl leave r % h %
es: to inisur the aiir. L. I lone it, wld k.indh o' s read out .Mii.. la> d '
ienha ini offering a hIandsolme I-al'- hi. ,drinks alog through the week \l.\\Ilk- t,- r
at diamond ring for the en se<- \ n,.e
lion, while the northern and somi ierni nstea, of ov r-la(.
parl.s of the (co.linty will share in a 1., ,dw i, ," .I
high grade piano eah.akigt saloons in H i gvill '. and so was iatr-.
-rand prizes in :ll. O .tlh I)t.wl )erry. his b'()-Oi:tt. ain.i our: Mrs \V illt,. l ... .
I t w ill r .a d ily b e s e .n itt t t h is .ill ..
Shits gt r ric tow nl ,on.stahl ,. Seth said 11r' V ,.al. lt, .li, A I ', 1jl,. ,
I. a \vry interesting contest, for it Eli that if we had a sa- Rb
will iindluce a large a touttln of outside w h lilo hatiif t a,lasa, n N I hl n.,o ,
business being hroutlght to this city. ()()n I Tw hi' s .- l ) ill.s i m \ , ,
and the firms that are successtil il n. c arI st lint wo ull pick up onsid- \Ii.-- La ra K ,'p. *t r, ,,1r'. ,.
SI rt4ah l4,. ,so that his job w oul h, a lao 1 w firt li, .rr: a I 2 0,4 r
geting in this s hLem ,e w ill fin l tuhat li ri ofi- l t th l < al s 'r n. i iw
it will provc a X-,ver -Valliahll< alvr' o tt tII L it j al.
rising proposition. 1114,11 t I h th i ll'i'- '- ";ts i illnt lit t ,-., 1,. \ ,
Among those that have alr-ialy i- al n. s. N e- alit MI-- Warr*i a
i.if .their i liti s o'jii i-ln Bralldh rry spiokl' stlro'ng ioiiitd to arranii ,' for :;i 'r,'r t ;,
Sjait ii -ii the d--acoii said t t it-t ni it' at an -arly dat.- lt'r, .'. l- of
tih' contest are: Teapot (Groctry, H el-
v e ton & Past iur. al,. Co-w (owll i he a disigrac+ to flingville to tih'-. sa;IIIe t) g tth i hi litrrv.- of 'h
venston & lPasteur. Ocala News ('om--
pany, uaraltee Clothing Conipally hav. a saloon in our midst, anl the- \. (' T. I and L. T I.
ides it wasn't nel essay because, N.\ xt nlee'intl of 'h.- iitj..- I' ,-"
A. E. Burneti. Knight & Lang. Ocala 'is it t necessary cause N.xt
SE. ur l K g & Lan O la o lher folks could do as he done and i;.,.Id o, \\'*dn* .i \ ,* riii: \t I l'*
Furnitutre Company. Miss Afliecl, \. fol oiddo as he done and il
1P. Edwards, The Ocala Banner. and keep a barrel of hard cider on tap in I'PEAR. "\\ \li \
... , ,.. ., the collar for use in imergencie. i'- ;,,,r'..

R. .. Yonge & Solo. Besides i ils list
of progressive business firms there
are others that will probably join to-
day, but only one line of each business
is allowed to enter.
Look for further innouncenlent to-






Local and Personal


I Mr. -".: .Mrs. B. J. McEachern of Ir- PAR
vine were shDnnner in ca ei Tu.edayv

;and the former paid the Banner a Parties continue to be trump in
Mr Joub Pasteur repret. e-d Stan- very pleasant visit. They have been Ocala, and none there are that ever
t t (a u Wilneda.-navjoy the hospitality of the Clarence
living at Quitman, Ga.. for some "**e.,njoy the hospitality of th? Clarence

N H H Nugent was up from Can.
dler Y*sterday.

Mr. Henry Stevens of Lakeland
pemt yesterday in Ocala with his pa-

Capt W. L. Lowry. the well knows
"--mNuma hotel man. was in Ocala
W04e ,d-ay on business.

Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk of this city
h bee ia Jacksonville this week
on business.

Mrs J. J. Williams of Homosassa
6pst the day In Ocala Wednesday,
ai while here was the guest of Mrs.
W. M. Gets.

Co. T. P. ULoyd. the Nestor of the
Citrus county bar and the Sam John-
m of letters, Is in Ocala attending
the semtom of the circuit court.

Mrs W. C. Colbert and children
hayv retuned howe from a most en-
ijiabe visit with friends and rela-
t ves at Martin and other places.

Jutge Legrande 1L. Hopkins and
Mr. Hopkins. who are prominent res-
dieta of Belle view, spent Wednesday
is Cucle.

lr P Burgin of Mclntosh and Hol-
der waw amxog the out of town visit-
nrb to the city Wednesday. Dr. Bur-
g:i na a guest at the Montezuma.

M4utit, Kinnebred of Gaines-
il. hat, miaxttied in the city to ac-
',1t M --i'immi with, the 0. K- Gro-
x i- Meiil.iiihall. who makes her
hon i an I 'nah with her daughter,
Mi,, Klla Mnltdenhall. went down to
Bu,.tI. ,.,.ti-y afternoon to visit an-
ftc h,'eta might .r

Ir Cliffotrd Haves of Brooksville,
!tn1.,l\ ,l ait 'la. btwing employed
alth the .lsmki- and rim factory, came
I.... -..A,-.,. ;.ttr no n for a shnrf

but have come back to the c(un'y of
their first lovt.

Mrs. Charles P. Lovell has been
quite ill for the past few weeks, but
is now convalescent, much to the
pleasure of her many friends.-Coat
of Arms. Mrs. Lovell's many Ocala
friends hope that ly now she is en-
tirely recovered from her recent ill-

The pebble dash is now being put
on the chimneys and upper story of
the government building. It looks or-
namental to those who think it looks
ornamental. We do not happen to
belong to that class. We are sorry
that it is not of some other material.

Mrs. Willie Bryson, who was so
badly hurt at Anthony on Easter Sun-
day, and who has been in Ocala with
her aunt, Mrs. Howse, has been get-
ting along nicely, and several days
ago was able to take a short drive.
However, yesterday she was not so
well, which news her firends will be
sorry to hear and hope from no'v on
her recovery will be rapid.

Now since Dr. Toph is getting his
hand in in making improvements, if
he will take the debris and weeds off
the sidewalk east of the hotel and
leading to the postoffice, the Woman's
Club will give him a vote of thanks
and the people will rise up en masse
and praise him.

Mr. R. L. Turner, the enthusiastic
superintendent of schools for Citrus
county, was in Ocala Wednesday,
having just returned from Tallahas-
see. Fie said he beard Mr. Beard's
tiery speech against Governor Gil-
christ. It was impassioned and creat-
ed a sensation.

The Ocala friends of Judge Alexan-
(ter Wynne of East Lake Weir. regret
exceedingly to know that he has been
quite sick for the past few d(lays, and
they hope that he will soon be en-

Camp home who do not hold a full
hand. These charming spring-like
days are filled with many pleasant di-
versions, among which are picnics.
cards, golf, horseback riding, etc.. but
bridge parties are now st-ictly a la
Mrs. Camp always entertains very
beautifully, there never being the
slightest detail lacking for the suc-
cess of anything that she gives. She
is cordial, and numbers her friends
by the score, and an invitation to her
home always carries with it the cer-
tainty of a happy time.
Her charmingly appointed bridge
party on Tuesday afternoon was giv-
en as a compliment to Mrs. H. M. De-
Pass of Gainesville, Mrs. C. V. Miller
of Jacksonville and Mrs. Arthur Har-
daker of Tampa, the former the at-
tractive guest of Mrs. T. E. Bridges
and the two latter formerly popular
Ocala girls, whom their friends are
giving a lovely time during their stay
in this city.
Mrs. Camp and the three guests of
honor all wore lonely white batiste
princess gowns and received in the
iiall. and on the front veranda Miss
Florence Bet tman welcomed "the
guests. and in the house Mrs. Mc-
MicKean. Mrs. Powers, Mrs. Hall and
Mrs. Lloyd assisted Mrs. Camp in va-
riouis ways.
The punch table in the library was
iretitily decorated with nasturtiums,
;ni.l serving were Mrs. R. L. Ander-
.on and Mrs. .lack Camp.
'Ih', large dining room, which is
ii nmdsoinely furnished in mahogany.
was a pIerfect mass of exquisite ro-
a.'-s ua. glowing nasturtiums, which
Such a Ia'aiwil'ul flower for ,lecora-
;'i,'e ii:t r'. o'we .
On t lie diliing table in the center of
flthe room was a hiige bouquet of yel-
low sunflowers and yellow lilies in a
gorgeous cut glass vase, and around
the table were low bowls of yellow
roses and compotes filled with yellow
mints. On the mantels at each end
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The last issue of the Jacksonville
('oat of Arms contained striking pic-
tures of Miss Lalla Virginia Jordan
and Miss Eleanor Hull Cassidy of that
city. Miss Jordan will represent the
Florida division U. C. V., as sponsor
at the Memphis re-union, and Miss
Cassidy will be her maid of honor.
Miss.Cassidy snent k-veral weeks in
Ocala a few years age as rue gut.,t of
Miss Sally Camp, and she i.,- a ,vely
young girl.
In speaking of these two charming
girls, who will represent Florida so
admirably, the Coat of Arms says:
"Miss Lalla Virginia Jordan, the
only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam S. Jordan of this city, has been
appointed sponsor for tlie Florida di-
vision of Confederate Veterans, at the
re-union to be held in June in Mem-
phis, Tenn.
"The honor is particularly pleasing
to Miss Jordan's friends. The ap-
pointment came from General R. J.
Magill, commanding the Florida divis-
ion, and is a tribute to Miss Jordan's
ancestry, popularity and general fit-
ness for the position. The sponsors
at the annual re-union have a delight-
ful time, and Miss Jordan Is in every
way representative of the most de-
lightful social life of the state. The
veterans may well feel very proud of
their sponsor.
"Hiss Eleanor Hull Cassidy, the
only daughter of Mrs. Phillip Dell
Cassidy, will be maid of honor to Miss
Jordan, the sponsor for the Florida
division of Confederate Veterans.
"Miss Cassidy is a popular society
favorite, and her appointment by Gen-
eral Magill is much appreciated by
her friends. The social pleasures at-
tendant upon the annual re-union of
the veterans are always particularly
enjoyable, and Jacksonville is delight-
ed that so charming an opportunity is
to be afford two of its most popular
"Miss Cassidy's grandfather, the
late Lieirt. Governor Noble A. Hull,
was one of the most highly esteemed
gentlemen Florida has delighted to



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II~l .v., ,l'l'.l$ ,VV-UItkPk-91 1"T a Dimw-itI o i n Idarg.4- mr oIIIanti on i n Pi Ie s 9;'i -ng honor "
%tsrt. Miml %illi 'nmain until today with tirelv well again, table and sideboard were great bowls
frln.t Mr. W. C. Doolittle. a retired busi- of nasturtiums, and beautiful vases THE AIRDOME ON FIRL
M, Hampton of Floral ('itv was Was man of Short Beach, Conn., ac- of roses on several small tables com-
h >re ye.terda.. an4 was the guest of ompanied by his wife, is a guest ot plated the artistic decorations. Peculiar as it may sound, the
hi. ,n. Mr I. M. Hampton. the uetNew Travelers' hotel. Mr. and On each of the seven tabes were ;"dome" of the New Airdome theater
Mrs. Doolittle are regular winter vis- yellow mints, which were enjoyed by caught fire in some unknown manner
~ i* h, .Qwr hlpaesyesterday about noon. The only roof
Thb- Agnew house, which is now be- itors to Florida, and they are now re- the layers.yeterday about noon. The only roof
,yygspending he pt Four gamns of bridge were played on this popular little open air theater
ing ces-Kttllv conducted by Mrs. turning homu, after spending the past I l t'it played
ST P.du ing handsomely season in the southern part of the progressively, four hands being play- is the one over the picture machine,
H T. Perdue. is Iwing handlsomely season in the southern part of there.
paint. state.-Tlmes-Union. Mr. and Mrs. ed at each table. and the playing of and this it was that was discovered
SDooittle are regular winter visitors this fascinating- ame was greatly en- to be on fire.
Doolittle are regular winter visitors A lr a ett h eta
Mr J W. Ward. Jr.. of Floral City to the pretty little city of Belleview. joye An alarm was :ent to the central
w as in Ocala Tuesday. and his looks This was the largest bridge party fire station, and the fire fighters were
Sjustlf. his usnng the word junior to Mrs. J. M. Jackson, Jr.. of Miami, that has ever been given In Ocala on the scene in short order. The blaze,
hi name. He Is certainly looking who is visiting her mother. Mrs. : a1. and it proved thoroughly successful, however, was a small one, and was
onuthful Barco, at Sunny. Slope farm. was in, Mrs. 1Harris won the1 prize, a hand- extinguished with the chemical ap-
the city Tuesday. Miss Suite Barco. soe little pitcher. and each of the paratus.
Mim, Ros-bud Robinson of this city[ who h^s been at Miami all ihe past guests of honor were given a baurti- The damage was less 'than twenty
i having a delightful visit in Tampa ,[winter and spring with Mrs. .lackson. iil goldl veil pin. dollars and fortunately the picture
h.r former home. with the family of is now with Mrs. Patterson. She ex- chicken n salad, cheese sandwiches, machine was disconnected and moved
Mr,, I' Kc. Moody for a few days. pets to return home in a few weeks. Iwafers and olives were served l)y out of the way before the fire had got-
Mrs. ('amp. assisted by Mrs. Todd ten much headway.
Mr Thomas H. Harris left Tuesday Mrs. A. M. Jackson of Gainesville. and Miss Bettman, followed by deli- The show last night went on as us-
aft,.nUoo for Jacksonville, where he Ga., who has been spending sevt:al cious ice cream and cake. ual, and Mr. Tucker, the proprietor.
will spnd a few days. going from months in Ocala with her d(laughter, Mrs. \V. N. Camp, Mrs. Frank was greeted by a good sized crowd.
lhMrw to Iuisivllle, Ky. Mrs. Henry Livingston. has gone to Drake. Mrs. R. A. Burford and sever- The program was a good one and ev-
Augusta. Ga. to visit another dlaugh- al others joined the players for re- erybody was well pleased with it.
MI. rnpgt Smith. who has been -er. Mrs. Livingston accompanied, freshments.
quite lck for several days at the her mother to Georgia. and] will beI The bridge players who enjoyed DINNER DANCE AT SULPHUR
howe of his sister. Mrs. A. P. Gilmore. away for several weeks. i Mrs. Camp's beautiful party were the SPRINGS
I be& e taken by his parents to I following ladies: Mrs. H. M. DePass. ----
their home at Oxford, where it is hop- Mr. Ben Smith came up Tuesday Mrs. Arthur Hardaker. Mrs. C. V. Mil- A large party of young folks have
d It will soon recover, from his home at Oxford and is stop- ler. Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. W. H. been invited by Mrs. Ben Weathers to
plng with his daughter. Mrs. A. P. Powers. Mrs. G. R. McKean. Mrs. R. a dinner and dance at Sulphur
Mr. H oore formerly with the Gilmore. His son is here and has S. Hall. Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mrs. M. C. j Springs this evening. The summer
al Iron Works, is In town today. been sick for several days at Mrs. Looney. Mrs. E. H. Mote. Mrs. J. J. girls and their friends will go down
nating I een summoned in a case of iGilmore's. We hope the young man Gerig. Mrs. J.1. C. B. Koonce. Mrs. Her- in the afternoon for bathing and the
t. ()cala Iron Works vs. the McGe--iwill soon recover, bert Anderson. Mrs. J. K. Austin. gentlemen will join them in tim,, for
h..- I.umber Company. t Miss Emily Stotesbury. Mrs. Frank dinner, after which the time vill be
ms' t Most of the Florida orange growers Harris. Mrs. D. M. Smith, Mrs. A. E. spent in dancing.-Tampa Triunem.
Mr F M l1ong. one of thoe oS who took the trip to California. and Gerig. Mrs. illiam Anderson. Miss
iot)ilar inu. in Citrus county.' was had such a glorious time, have return- Sarah McCreery. Mrs. Charles Rhein- Mr. R. H. Cleveland. brother of our
cmi ,nt numbh'r of citizens e to their homes. Part of the crowd r. Ms. E T. Heenston. Mis sanitary inspector, was in the city
'a~~ 'a'4 vti ~~ cilaWe'tnes- Ieaa ao oehm b a futer, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston. Miss Es-1
t,,,11 tha, iher Weathers. Mrs. .John D). Robert-Tedyadmd hsofc ~s
*chicago. andi will not be home for stev-!a cl.H-sitthtw ,r b!
Shicao. and will no be home for sev-on. Mrs. lward Holer, Mrs. (;. T. ant cal stal that we w-er, bCad-
M e oral days. Among this (crowdl is Mr.i aug.. Mrs. ( C. Todld and Miss Iv in it 'd of rain. and that unless i;
\ ha \V.\ Mlle.. for l Tayvlor of this city. ai pt catne \eryv (qiicklv The #.)rn cron es-
-, n, N,' York ('it' on tay P Ia \ it. te-
h.i- ,.- 1 on Ntr -p aIu r in. 1 owil ;i(ally w(nl< l ,, cut short. W while
-, .l.r.' itruing he will ^The Readin.g Club held a ,.ry Th,' session of the circuit eotirt was he was xt talking a rain canil ul).
,1 \\H a,.hi tlt. Philadlelp)hia and pleasant meeting yesterday at!ernuont). takn all day ,. sterlay in ihe ex- and v. Ie ope that it reached his farm
-... 'tal aih,.rt .'st*'frn cities Mrs. Walter Hood heing their host-ss. ;,nnalion of witness,,s in the ,ase of evte norl t;hl n.lanly than ohtinf-<
r 'tto ris Cuirrent "opics of interest were dis- Messrs. Clark & Ray vs. th' Dton hre. Though no, as big as was
.Mr vik-tor Mar. ot n i .d onays ussed ant, it ~,% chapters from Phosphate Conmpany. and the case will ne-deol. the showe-r that w, had dil
...k.,.,-tle. 11m.ii a few I la ..Greek Ife'--on, on the royal lam- l.erhdIps cosisumne the attention of the a grat deal of good.
\t l; ri ,v- formerlyl li' ed in, Ocala AVadtecut fjsieadte e~p osm h teto fte
.h \lmn forl hedr. whar ilv and the courts of Justice and tihe court throughout today. There are a
Awl i~a s inan% friends here, who ar.h Gekeurhwrete rs. Dr. F. E. Thoniasson and ch~il-;
a,,, Ilae',! to baC him visit his other on the Greek chur h-were the lare number of witnesses oni both rs Dr F E Thomasson an hil-
it a. .o e csbjects of the afternoon's study, af- sides, and as there are so many inter ,lr'n leave e\nedneslay for Ocala.
.1.I. home ter which an entertaining article from ruptions by the counsel on both sides where Mrs. Thomasson will be the
ln have sold the Bay View Magazine was a very tedious one 'guest of her sister. Mrs. R. S. Hall.
%lessri Knight & Lan g- ha v ji I . .. i. . On her return sle will meet the doc-


Tuesday afternoon at the home of
her parents, Miss Sue Anderson, in a
very charming manner entertained
the members of the Young Ladies'
Bridge Club, and a few of her other
After 'the guests had been greeted
very cordially by the hostess, they
were invited by Mrs. Albert Birdsey
to the back hall, where very cooling
punch was served by Miss Jean Tea-
gue. The punch table was beautiful-
ly decorated with evergreens and a
huge bunch of sweet peas and carna-
The five tables were placed in the
parlor and dining room, and from
tour until six bridge was enjoyed by
those present.
At the conclusion of the games the
scores were taken and it was proven
that Miss Mamie Taylor had made
the highest score, and for the club
members Miss Annie Atkinson wan,
and they were both awarded pretty
and appropriate prizes.
Miss Anderson, assisted by her sis-
ter. Miss MargareL Anderson. Mrs.
Steele and Miss Alice Bullock, served
most delicious cakes and cream.
Besides the club members Miss An-
dErson had as her guests Mrs. LI. R.
Chazal, Mrs. E. I,. Carney. Mrs. 0. T.
(Grn,. Mrs. John Taylor. Mrs. Albert
Birds. Mrs. Havey ('lark. Miss Et-
ta floodI andl Miss .lamie Taylor.
.Miss -dna Dozier will be hostess of
4,0h- rlui, uii.t week.

fSonato!' and M.r-. 1. N. \Vithera of
i ady v 1,ake. i I t ai k countnv. e-lnter-
j;,iii]nd the irls fiom that coumny who
arf in Tallahasse- as sttudentts of th-
!State ('onlhg for Woment. at the Il-oino
of Miss Matii- Whiatl-y.. on Monroe
stIret,. se\-eral days ago<. Those who
.0njoyel th,- hospitality of Seantor
Sand Mrs. Withers were: Misses Dolly
SDuncan. Eiulalie Wilkins. Pearl Essie
iLong. Ellen Byrne. Emma Seacole.
lC('hristine Alsobrooks. Pear! MeLin.
f Ethel Peters The occasion was a


Miss Emma Scott, one of the pri
pals of the Washington SemIay,
was hostess there Monday atteuk
at a most enjoyable Informal tea In
honor of Miss Edith Chandler, t
guest of Miss Emma Beajamm. 1
for Miss Bessie MacKay of Vidt
The large hallway and s.epin
rooms of the seminary were b ift
ly decorated with daisies and rSIn
roses, and during the afternoon a i4
licious salad course was served.
The young honor guests wore d-w
ly white lingerie gowns, made elahw'
ately with lace.-Atlanta Georsil.
Among those who were metl d
as having assisted Miss Sott tIs r
celving and entertaining were Minl
Annie Sharpe, Mrs. Ullias Alred
Palmer, formerly of this city, a
among those invited to meet M-ls
MacKay and Miss Chandler were MS
Jean Aistin of this c ty, and Mil
Leora Wight, who spent the Zgaor
holidays in Ocala with Miss Austim


Miss Emma Washburn. one of Io
well known trained nurses, who re.
sides with her parents on Orange av-
enue., entertained at a very pleamat
party Wednesday evening Her guea
included the Sunday school class fa
the Ml-tholdist church of which she IS
a member, and s-ev.ral other friped.
Varioumis social gani's were indiullo
In andil music tliijovld. .after which the
hostpss andl ,'-r tn:,thf-r sri lovely
' i was an .vt*nlnK that
will bi,' niost pleasantly lrewnemher@dL


Ttih.. l t -'oll ('oll',,- roiinnencelneat
';ill I>, held May S to .lime I. and the
Irograi arrangel for th'-. closing f i
this well known colle,-e i.4 mooht i- ,
Dr. Lincolin lfll'- will preach the
baccalaureate seiloII. anl Hev. Hie. 'H
ry \V. Bottle. D. I)., will deliver the
educational sermon, Prof F. A. Hath&
away. nrinciial of the Orlando Hih








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'--'* sattreests with vitriled brick, the in- The tarur now under discussion in An article of great interest to the Under a resolution adopted in tl
there a been an eternalcreae property value would pay people of Volusia county appears o legislature some ays since, a co
*- to b_ ,. e d er, i property vaue woud congress takes on no new forms. It the first page of this issue---the mort-
seal* tar gold, the world owes more the Interest of the bonds, to say noth- con bee gage of the Florida East Coast Rail ttee was appoted to propose
to paper money than it does to the ing of the sanitary improvements and is the same old tariff that as been way for forty millions of dollast Rail- mitt was expressive of th e loss suta
glittering coin. the comforts and luxuries following with us since Henry Clay's time. The has been estimated that $10,000 per by Florida in the death of two
Whea the tscain of war is sounded the same. manufactories for whose benefit du-. milewill build and equip the averagher distinguished sons. The fol
and the earth feels the tread of arm- "- ties were levied, were then called "in- Key West extension is an expensive ing is their report:
ed battalions. gold immediately seeks HOW ALIKE WE ARE fant industries," and while they have undertaking; but FORTY MILLIONS! "Sirs-Your committee, appolnte
They must have gotten the water
ahbidlng place and never shows its Someone has said that the whole now grown to robust manhood, they from both the Atlantic and gulf. Will to draft suitable resolutions uo

mm e h a a cleared away, and the waters, ro to world is kin. How true that is. What have developed sbch an appetite for the shippers band traveleupon to pay deathand Hon. epheryan. Mao
mgitamcleaedawayandthewaters,s oEast Coast be called upon s opa io- a W
speak, are no longer disturbed a sameness there is running through government aid that they yearn for it terest on these forty millions of dol- States senators of Florida, beg 'ea
It is only when peace is declaredthe warp and woof of human nature. more than ever. 'is We suonsou pr aew imore to submit the folowin:
9"wet re dit h trpes f tr- that gold dares to emerge from its How we are dominated by the v aie They continue to get recruits to of these stirring editorials about Un e it resolved in the da
sum --rb, t hiding place and enter into the chan- influences; controlled by the same en- their ranks, too. Every individual, al- cle Henry, the great developer-the of these distinguished sons and pubt
i d nels of trade, and even then paper vironments; animated by the same as Imost without exception, is crying for great exploiter. The people orbh servants, Hon. S. R. Mallory and H
Stht money performs ninety per cent. of And what a struggle life a duty on what he grows or manufac- ite atei of k u, apparently, m J. Bryan. Florida has sustain
S4 C das t hPal. the world's financial transactions. has always beeu. tures. He has no thought of the 'oth- for the present, they are willing to an irreparable loss.
g tsha Salht. Paper is essentially the money of We may well ask: hat is it all er fellow." continue paying interest on millions "As a husband, W. J. Bryan w;
civilization, for? What does it all mean? Sir Robert Peel was one of the most of dollars of water. The increasing Ofall the word implies-gentle, ever e
ft ad o bo As the yeomanry of the land takes The other night, when the copy rot distinguished men who figured in freight and passenger rates ion Dayto-
8106-IShold swin As itheyo n fte dasna, New Smyrna. and all along the deavoring to promote happiness,
a s la sM within its place in the ranks when real fight- the little daily was all in, when there English politics during the last cen- East Coast, may be expected soon.- ways placing reliance in and con
Smhrt b quick.. ing is to be done, so paper money was a lull at the editorial table, and tury. His father was a manufacturer' Del.and News. ing the key of his heart to hi3 d
atm hait; faces the conflict and rides the storm we were waiting to peruse the last and grew immensely rich in the pr'os- Henry George. in his "Progress and voted wife. As a father, h' pos._s
ad wtad-tose&d the s.d of war. proofs, we picked up an old volume ecution of his business, having as Poverty, gives a mosi pathetic *ac- el those requirements that consti
iiewrm eang Saiat La. the flas tfr During our revolutionary struggle and read part of a sermon of Good many as fifteen thousand men in his count of that great army of martyrs tlhe' gentle and tender parent arid
-.the red and millions and millions of paper money Saint Ambrose. It was his funeral employment at one time. Of course who spent their whole lives for the fonl him amnoig the mo .,
SaS"do.. was issued by those who directed that oration over his brother. \e were he was a protectionist. After giving tiftnt of hnnity, and whos- re- ae and lovable of father
w issuedbytho- momentous affair, and had this mon- struck by his reference to "those the matter a careful examination, his iard was the cup of hemlock, the a"Though wae a unable t ., .

PAN HARR Editor ey not been issued we would still be troublous times." son. Sir Robert,, became a "free trad- a the axe, tribute to o. thn 1..
aencditor.depnttstenenitisw o wlsoe adils crown of thorns, the axe, tribute to lo. St' R ,
SV. ~e n Manager, dependencies of the British crown. bles of those "ties." er," and it was under his powerful in- the guilotine. andtihe execrations of as he lived his lays in a st... .
Paper money kept Washington and That was nearly sixteen hundred fluence that the English corn laws the lob. libacy yet your (oslmi,.,i a.:n :
RIAY. MAY 19 his soldiers in the field for seven ong years ao. There wer no railroas were abolished. The voice of Peel luman nalte s s the same. An together these istinuish F.
I - -- -- - -. years and largely through its instru- in those days to annoy and vex the was as potential iD debate as Crom- (nlightetiedl seems to make no ians, and conscientiously l,., 1.
S J B ew never goig to be gov- mentality our liberties were achieved soul of the ordinary shipper and leg- well's sword was on ithe field of bat- difference Th worli that a. citiz.n. a*lI .
mentalityiourTlibertieswerewachieved.eenotruhatasT. .
Ir atof Georia? During these seven eventful years islator. There were no trusts. There e.ere is a an who converts a il- bors they were aov repro
not a gold sovereign was in circula- were no one hundred and one differ- To show how intensely selfish this ,erness into a flower garden; he kiew as little about ihe affair- a ,,
arer is has introduced his tion. ent religious denominations. Yet the matter of protection is Sir Robert sends as much as two hundred and er people that did not .E.,,) *l.
S se i. And what part did paper money people in those days had their trou- once read a letter written to him by fifty thousand dollars a mile building as any we ever knew.
ill perform in the crisis of the sixties? bles as we have ours. We cant seem a resident of the north of Scotland. t railroad along n almost desert Their names may truly 1. ,
GOola tarers own one thousand We quote an extract from the to get away fron them. The letter read as follows: waste: he mortgages himself almost upon the list of the unselti.,. th.
T i gune prosperty- speech of the editor of this paper we rea Goo Saint Augus "I am a free trader from the top of up to the hilt to accomplish his ends. great desire being to o h. a
y bste the gods to show for it. made before the Bankers' Association tine's discourse on the Lordms prayer. ny head to the soles of my feet. a and for his great expenditure of time distance of those in nee \\ h'
-^ at Liv OakHe told of troubles and struggles, too. wani free. trade in everything; and
.- - e at Live Oak: "Parents. sometimes." he said "when you will do the greatest service you and money,. trouble and care, he is known them frequently to dnt ..,
Do't lt t e editors enjoy the .'I shall cite the government of the have over rendered to the poor of the called an exploiter, the name for the selves that friends might b,' -it,.i
oi of raroad passes. Let Confederacy. Even before its organi- they ave gotten one two or three kingdom if you will put everything modern highway robber., ed. Never have we known h.,1 '
t gs be enjoyed solely by the action it wa showered with shot antid children fear to give birth to any upon the free list and impose no tax No wonder Henry eorgea indulge in vicious gossip r ra
4M MMI so. nfice-oMjers. shell. It was called, and properly more, lest they reduce the res, to at all, except upon Scotch herring. Itf" No wory ed ae ti .r ,l.ra
do'. 4a~aweM d o0 e-nbolders. called, 'the storm cradled nation.' beggary." you do not put a tax on Scotch her- broken heart., slander. Beneath their smile.,
W- hat did it do? There was bul one ringtheNorwe s will drive us out degrading passing lurk, and h
Soder to help along in the devel- thing for it to do. and it did that. It The gaunt wolf then as he does ing trade." orgiU. OF COMMENCEMENT eheir breasts there slumboudi nt
mt f the seeotree of the state, immediately put its printing presses now, made his appearance at so many This letter is not exceptional. The ---guile
I&. V han placda mortgage of to printing money anti kept them homes, and want, or the fear of want,
as a steadily at it from its beginning t its was a constant ece, and like Ban- same spirit of selfishness and greed The 'Universitv of Florida will hold "These honorable men let -, t
.IM 0Ap o the Florida East Coast close. There was nothing back of a content pecruns through tbe "hole system. It is their commencement exercises May them an example of an hon,.st a,
imii'. this money but the love and loyalty quo's ghost, would not down, and con- based on selfishness and inequality., the twenty-second to twenty-fifth, noble life. Their greatn.s ,lil n
-a-s--- s"been of the people, but it enabled fhe gov- tinued to disturb one's sleeping and Here is a man who has a sawmill. nineteen hundred and nine at Gaines- wholly consist in their intell..a ,:
SPeter Has has been sen- ernment to put vast armies into the waking hours. as be does until thi One hundred or e men living i eir
ito t state pris at kar las- field and it enabled it to supply those One hundred or ore men living ville, genius but heir honor t.
t t r r teen years. W armies with all the munitions of war. around him have no sawmill, but the The baccalaureate sermon will be truthfulness, their high and control
hr s egt stre years. When This money, cheap and worthless as Since these good souls have l'een entire one hundred are consumers of preached next Suuday morning by in sense of duty-in a worI
vt bis setee e seemed it was, enabled the government to called to their reward nearly sixtee. lumber in one shape or another, and Rev. A. B. Curry. D. D.. of Memphis nobility of hara
t gggg. keep those armies in the field for hundred years have rolled by. More araer
ore than four years. Without it. it must pay tribute to enrich the one. Tenn., who will also preach to the "B it further resolved. That Fril
Smore than four years. Without it it than half of the world has been dis-
i kb.or-o Deo could not have moved hand nor foot. One man grows oranges. A thous-.Y. M. C. A. at night. May th. 11 o'clok a
S r the history of DeSoto Not only ws the government able to covered since then. We have largelyaround him are or- On Monday morning the a. ..
aa-ly s there bee. as many big buy all it wanted with this money, conquered the forces of nature. She and others living around him are or- On Monday morning the freshman a house eet joint s.n
s W,! ms there has been the past but the individuals were alike fortu- has very few secrets that she has not ange consumers, but the thousand and sophomore classes will hold their the house of representatives to :
W .s. and this lad is selltag at nate. There was nothing that it could revealed to us, ard we have utilized Imust pay tribute so that the one may declamation contest, and Monday press their appreciation of th. hig
no the t buy. It took a great deal of it, it thrive night the junior and senior classes moral character, intellectual at
g us to ter dollars as acre, the is true. but everybody had a great them all to our comfort. We have in- So it is of pineapples and all other have ve.their annuaoratorica
a k w pletrring palrie land.-Wau- deal of it. So what was the odds?" vented a thousand labor-saving ma- products. r ae E a a n ents and individual worth of ther
products. Mr. Daniel E. Cappleman of this city, t di ti I h
bs Advoeoe. Besides doing what is here narrat- chines. We cover many miles in trav- M r D i a p s ciy oistnguished and native hor
Sed what else followed the issue of el where these good people covered How many men smoke cigars in who was an honor graduate from the Floridians
v*". -- - ed, what else followed the issue of el where these good people covered c t the n b o t 0 H S. last yar, hsobeeans.
B comparison to the number of those 0. H. S. last year, has been honored "Be it further resolved. That :h
Sad these tremendous sums of paper mn- only one. We point to our achieve- who manufacture them? Yet the army by being chosen as one of the orators secretary of the senate be eue
,,4-lto. ~ wnai *c a ey? Why, every species of property ments and accomplishments in glit- secretary o the senate be rqu-t
T w t made ey? Why, every species of property ment s and accomplishments in gilt of smokers must pay tribute to thb from the junior class in this contest, to transmit a copy of the. r,.ol
M d M *beve r gL- increased in value, especially at the tearing and fascinating colors, and yet small umber of manufacturers. The many friends here of this young ns to the families copy of he reol
S Tms. the leislaure north, and although the war was in with it .all life continues a toil and We here in the south have bee e- gentleman are mch gratified ov aonsd that families copy of these resolu ti
b- rtl It ae-progress poverty was almost abolish- struggle, and the fear of want still an at a copy of thes re<.l,.ion
rge. If Wt be mal e good by ed. haunts us. bouncing for years and years the tar- the honor bestowed upon him. be spread on the journal of the s..
rn well an be perfect. Don't City property in some places, thrib- Life is still a mystery. if as a robbery, brt now that we man- The graduating exercises will take ate and of the house.
Omagl'- bled propertyplace, ufacture a few cigars, and grow a few place on Tuesday morning. The bac- .."JAMES E. BROO.
and quadruped in value, and it The new born babe opens its eyes oranges and pineapples, we have join- calaureate address will be delivered .. B .
t -was nothing unusual for farms to in- in wonderment at the things it sees ",W. E. BAKER.
w notinguu ffnt itares nest the aut t. bt s it ss ed the gang, condone the system, and by Dr. James H. Dillard of New Or- "Committee of .enatf
That was wt mare's nest the crease from ten to fifty dollars per around and about it, but as it grows through our meib'-rs of congress are leans. "ION p. oARRIS.
Spas' taqsiry revealed. Among acre, and when peace was declared to manhood and womanhood, the mys- lhrustilyh our membrs of congress are leans."JOHN S. p RRNEELEYS
| ambe,.er of tnee holding o~ce and these prices held intact, and good teries are never unfolded to it, and lutily yelling for our share of TAMPA DON'T WANT JACKSON- "JOHN NEELEY
these passes were those of times flourished until the cry went as its aged feet go tottering down the swag VILLE TO HAVE IT ALl "JOHN P. STOKES.
|g. C M. Brw senator. and Hon. forth for the return to "'specie pay- hill the question is still unsolved- And in the doing of which we have T LL "J. E. ALEXANDER
W. K. Zrewadski. representative from ments," and the politicians of the What is it all for? What does it all gone at it so like a new convert that Effective May 17. a new train will 'Committee of Hlouse
.as eosty. It has been nearly de- country took it upon themselves to mean? some of us are becoming insolent. We be operated over the Atlantic Coast
Sago sintace these gentlemen held appease this little aristocratic yellow A thousand years from now lie will are denouncing the democratic l at- line between Ocala and. Jacksonville. MR. D'ARMOND'S ANTI-SELLIN
Oge i this county, and to d such !god. continue to be a struggle and the forms, the democratic leaders and the a ing ca l at6 a: ,and arriving BILL
S ged thing a, to ride on a free What application did we make of same questions will perplex the mind democratic newspapers that still posi runihe tan 15 am Ona The iL
pas have been made criminal sincehus referring to paper money at Live of those then living, and the riddle of sess courage enough to say that their sonville at 4:15 p. m.. arriving at bill concerning permits rol.monll
tSer depanure Oak? That the state ought to issue life will be still unsolved, soul's their own. Ocala at 9:10 p.m. t sl int -

t, . - ... I A petition is now in the hands of . ..a ng liquors:
I s wh a ts bonds or "promises to pay" and Between the finite and the infinite ith our national law-making bod the Coast Line officials requesting "Be it enacted by the senan, ar
mr coud quite whyphan bra uild good roads. there hangs an impenetrable veil now in session nearly all the year that a train be operated between house of representatives of the I aat.,e
wet.i to shoot elepants. zebra, ante--
d ohr im wilully. El- Along this line we made the fol- which is no near being lifted today round, our various state legislatures Tampa and Ocala of a similar nature, States of Ameria in congre
Mnts are no useful to us. you know.iow ng remarks. than it was when the first man was session to the very last minute al-this train might leave Ocala in the
St put o wor t so any ing under hefr t an mos c t lowedunder their several constutions, morning in time to connect with Permit to sell any intoxicating liqo
S y are put to wor1 at so many benig n government n the world, and Will t always be so? It looks that out city councils and other law-mak- train No. 27 at akeland,arriving in a state shall be given until it hal
0 % -hy. shadtinggat an elephant Iin the most favored state of the coun- way. ng bodies grinding out all manner ofhere at 12:40 p. m., and again on the he astisfactorily shown that th, al
t J l Mikei priang shot into the side try. we ought to do something for the ing bodies grinding out all manner of return journey with train No 28,i tisractorily shown that lh. a
if a frm poar. h is really too bad of our own peopleand for pos- OLD MARION TO THE FRONT laws, and our courts, municipal. coun- which leaves here at 4:0, in which pant therefore may sell such lq
to a farm bar.- Nelson A. Miles.adterit to let the world know that we ON THEty, circuit, United States. and others se passengers to Ocala could reachat the place designated for th sal
S-- -- "Let me cite you an extract that Some weeks ago the editor of the too numerous to mention. putting their designation between 9 and 10 p. thereof without violating any la

Th lord delegation visiting the will tell you of what the aborigines Banner received a letter from Mr. these laws n force, we have the Our dear good seaport itisuch state applicable to such la
C ra orange groves are having a of this country did long before Co- John Kendig. the secretary and testimony of press an pulpit that the Our dear goo seaport cities wantand sale andno suchauthoria
lumbus discovered it The extract isthe Inland cities-especially Oala- o p s a
t time. and are no doubt from Chambers' Encyclopedia: urer of the great rug and carpet man- country is in bad shape. The trouble ground beneath te upper and nth or permit shall extend to any a
artking up a large amount of valua-! "'The greatest highway of the ufacturing house of Irvins, Deitz and ts we are governed too much. This is millstones. Those that do no t made openly, at the designat,e
Mr format. When they come country was that which led from Metzer Company, enclosing a compli- the worst thing that can befall a na- Jacksonvill plac of busin
tb h y shall have the floor-al Quito through Cuzco into the mentary notice of the February issue tion. Too much government breeds a ae o do their trading, theevery such authorization or prt
l domi^n idons n s con- r notice of the Februry issee tTampa people are going to kindly in-[ aeuter give shorization or permt
e t hae o tll all they struction galleries were cut for of the Florida Fruit and Truck Grow- rebellious spirit. Don't take the en- ite to that city. isn't Ocala hinhereafter given shall contain stab,
h,. learned and an opportunity to, leagues through the living rock: I er. and requesting a copy of that tire reins of government away trom ground to a finish?
e uwt ep organizations that will put rivers were crossed by bridges of number. This was sent, and was fol- the individual and the parent. The requirements of this act. and hal a
te e to te great advantage plaited osersthat swung ndthe lowed by Mr. Brumby with a copy o "home government" as n former times DON'T WANT ANY MORE OF IT all times be subject to the npti
of tl w ate.-Tampa Times. staircases artificTally cut. and val- his special Marion county edition. was regarded as reasonably safe. Let's ---- of any federal, statecounty or muni
leys were filled with solid mason- which has now become famous. return to it. Col. S. I. Wailes who wa te a cipal o er and every per u
St o a am r justicee" says' ry. It was from 1500 letol 29000fo t e aerh rsn1. nih i
r y. "or a man aftr b- mileslong. was about In rspon Mr Kendig who s Sereno D. Payne. republican for the state in the collection of the of a violation of this act shall b. flu
aimilliooralmaInju.'aysnd4- .waiteslaonwasfromu5ltos20rson er edi omilliondollar Indian war claim ev ed not less than one hundred Olla

Sto wear a suit of broad. and was built of heavy personally interested in Marion county member of congress from New York ral yedollas ago, is said to claim, statev- ed not ss than one hundred dollar
Sto tax him for buflas of freestone. * *Fresh and, like the good friend he is. de- state. actually holds the democratic ral yars ago is id to have stated or be risoned not more than on
k I not rt aim for buying i.e fish caught one day at Lurin. on sires to interest others, writes Mr. party responsible for having brought t reect interview at Tallahassee year. or both."
V dft 19 ,1i. noa right that obeiience to' the Pacific. is said to have been Brumby, enclosing his check to cover ogthe t theU StatelstTt
SM i. a law hich made us hun- eaten the next ay at Cuzco. Th Brumby enclosing s check to cover on the late war against Spain. These that the United States government --
S a law l to appease our n- distance between these places izco. The annual subscriptions for four gentle- republican leaders have the brazenstil ows t least a half ml frst c of Mr. orma
Sites o a l vet be chasn e foe th ':,0d bliles. men in as many states, making only impudence of Satan himself. When lion dollars more on similar claims, ack National Monthly is out. an
lew t and vkr thbe hlod and soul the "Taking inspiration from these ear- the condition that they be also sent the declaration of war was made which can e proven and collected by meets the expectation of hi fri n
k hex inhabitants, let us emulate their copies of the January issue. against that effete power McKinley proer effanxious Col. ales ill hardly l ought to strengthen dmocrac
-'" exampower of the banks and thenewspa Certainly this splendid advertise- was president, and both branches of be anxious to undertake the job of tingushe nes. Many of the most
re A mo of women anders. and arousea sentiment that will ment of Marion county seems to con- congress were largely republican All collecting them since s tough ex- are among she democrat of the narcontributors
build a highway from the capital to tinue to bear good fruit, and eachithe democrats did was to show a wil- perience in getting his commission

SLt my a t the polling w et and he en s of the state in all directions. 'succeeding issue of the Florida Fruit lingness to do the fighting. That is rom the state on claims already col-
iry phlteo and presented the i,atri. and flower that are indigenous to our' and Truck Growe bears evidence ofwhat they have always had to do in ectedBartow Courier-Informant
Sto vote soil. The enhancement to property excellent work in attracting attention this country. TH- --
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__ The Woman's Club picnic on the
The social side of the graduation of golf links Friday was certainly one of

-- u6 anoa lever; 25 cents. x the class of '09 will long be reem- the most delightful picnics ever given
SEvelyn ddon of Jackovillbered very happily by the'elght 1: ght in Ocala, and those in charge of the
yMiss velyn Liddon OfJacksoville young members of this class. ho arrangements for this affair are en-
Is Ivsting relatives in Starke.-Starke arrangements for this affair are en-
TdI.. h it ar ave been more gaily feted than any
T.class that has ever left the portalsltitled 'to a vote of thanks from all
of the Ocala High School. .present. It was delightfully cool,
Mrs. Jack Rentz of l*on spent the Miss Adele Bittinger is one of the there being a fine breeze all day.
day It Ocala Saturday with her bus- 'sweet girl graduates" this year, and Over forty of the club members at-
d*s para. ts Over forty of the club members at-
SFriday evening, in compliment to tended the picnic and all were unani-
.- .- neir lovely daughter and her class-
Capt. John a Inglis was in the city mates, Mr. and Mrs. C. L Bittinger mous in saying that they never en-
iatuday. He has been to Tallahas- entertained them at a very lovely joyed a day more.
see to take a peep at our law-makers. party. The members of the club who have
The Bittinger home is quite a love- teams say that those who have not
OW. 6 people, when you get hun- ly one, and for this party it had been were driven out to the grounds.
W O to Reat 's place.r H keeps made more than ordinarily attractive Ocala's golf links are, without an
a to et rink. G.D. with the effective use of sunflowers, exception the most beautiful in Flor-
black-eyed Susans, 0. H. S. pennants, ida. and on the lovely lawn under the
Mr. BCrest Payne, formerly with yellow chrysanthemums and Marechal shpde of the great oak trees the jolly
the H. B. Masters Company, is now Niel roses-the class flower. and care-free picnickers surely did
with Mr. Jake Brown. Miss Bittinger met the guests, who have a merry time.
were just the graduating class, the A number of the ladies carried their
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Raysor of Lowell high school teachers and Miss Helen fancy work. and others cards and va-
spMt last Suday with Mrs. Ray- Brown, of the class of 1910, in the rious other games.
mr's mother. Mrs. J. J. Pyles, in the hall and served punch to them, after Shortly after noon dinner was
m* ward. which they spoke to Mr. and Mrs. Bit- spread on a big table under the oak
singer and to Mr. and Mrs. Jake trees and we feel quite safe in saying
General and Mrs. Henry W. Long Brown and Miss Ciown, .who were as- that no better feast has ever been
of Martel were visitors to Ocala Fri- sisting. seen at a picnic.
ly. and were the guests of Mr. and The first part of the evening was N:rs. H. 3. Clarkson, Mrs. Frank
ras. Prank Harris. spent playing dominoes, the -core Harris., Mrs. L. \V Duval and Mrs. S.
cards being very beautiful ones, paint- T. Sistrunk were -n the lunch com-
Forw a burn or scald apply Chamber- ed in Marechal Niel roses. mittee, and they did most excellent
st matave. It will allay the pa in al- After about six games of dominoes work. The lunch consisted of chick-
seit Instantly and quickly heal the in-
)urvd parts. For male by all druggists a geographical contest was engaged en-baked and friend-.sandwiches of
.- |in for a half hour or more. 'Phere every imaginable kind, potato salad,
Mrs. R. H. Barnett has returned were twenty-two questions pinned Waldorf salad.. fr"it salad, deviled
hbmr from her visit to Fort Myers around the walls of the different eggs. bea:en bisc'tit. olives, pickles,
anJ Areadia. At the former place rooms, the answers being the abbre- hot coffee. ice cream, cakes, salted al-
she attended a missionary meeting. viations of the various states of the inonds and fruit urnch. And righ.
and at Arcadia she visited her son. Union. In this contest the prizes merrily didl tie banquet progress.
were won by Miss McCreery and Rob- n th- :tfl(rioon the hours %were
Cokmel Van Buren VanNess .one of ert Anderson, the former cutting with pleasantly t-i I in various ways-
tht prominent citizens of Inverness. Miss Maggie Lee Lytle and the laterr, a .'.s, :.-1,', etc. Twelve ladies
wat a visitor to Ocala Saturday. H ( with Walter Liddell. Miss McCree- ij vJy i a.: i :.. i gamine of progres-
gi es a good account of the growth r ys trophy was a burnt leather book Vi' eii<'. :r. P M. Smith offering
at his municipality., cover, and Mr. Anderson's a *!rnl1 ".'! i n :i cl:ib pin as

With ripe lweaches. watermelons,
caitaloulw's. s strawberries, oranges,
grapefruit. etc.. on our fruit stands.
llving in Florida at this season of thte
wasr is not so had.

s.. for ale at this oce. 10. each,
or $1 a domn. Apply Ocala Banner
Sole. Uf.

Miss Nellie Hooper of this city, who
Is the principal of the South Jack-
soMville public school, will leave im-
mediately after her school closes for
New York City. where she will spend
the summer with her sister. Miss
Iaois Hooper.

I. S. I. Blitch and family will go
to lAk- ('itt this week to attend the
< momencement exercises of Columbia
Clollf IrWr Blitch has two children.
MIsA l.gei' Blitch and Landis Blitch
at thi% college.

t I' Stuckey of Ocala. one of the
prolinelnt. cities of the Brick City.
wa- looking after business matters
her-. ...terday. He is president of
th.. T & .1 railway. and one of its

leather pocketbook. r prr:' :r:.' Hr-. (. H. Lloyd was
Next came the telling of the for- the lucly wNvitnr f this appropriate
tunes of the Gypsy Queen, who was itophy. Th(e gn;. s were played on
Mrs. Brown. She told each fortune Ile ground and proved to be a great
according to the signs of the zodiac, dea! of fur.
Each one's fortune was handed to Mrs. D,:ual readu aloud several-fun-
them on a yellow star, the mysterious ny joke-, and ske i-hes and concluded
lettering telling of most wonderful with tb,,' following c lever noem:
fortunes being in black.
Two courses were prettily served. The Marplot
First a salad course and then an ice 'By VWx Jones)
course. The yellow cake was iced with
cho e ad te Twas a suffragette wedding, a glad-
chocolate, and the chocolate cakes aair
some affair:
iced with yellow, %nd the cream was All the heads o0 thII movement for
likewise yellow and chocolate. and franchi'se were there;
was greatly enjoyed. And gravely, as off came their wraps
was greatly I and their (ats.
The concluding feature of this love- They talked !i" ,'ass meeting,. and
ly party was a most novel one. Mr.! speeches and votes.
and Mrs. Bittinger and Mr. Browsi. as 'Twas. great for 'i:e cause, agreed the
a committee of the National Eluca- fair h 'lliu
S\\as this wv-lding conducted with
tional Association, presented to each never a man.
one present, except Miss Helen
Brown. a diploma. Miss Brown fail- The iishe:s w-r' girls of the suffra-
ed to secure one, and was conle-nii- gette school.
W. I ho were taught that mere man had
ed to one more year at school, Each ito reason to rule.
diploma awarded conferred a differ- The best man was a woman: the sex-
ent degree, all of them being both tor a lass.
amusing and appropriate. Faci dli .' the, ministres' one of the femi-
amusing and ajpiophiate. Eacit < nine class.
ploma was read aloud by the on. re- In short, the whole church you could
ceiving it.- and after this va 'iots i carefully scan
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hea ie-' ..tlokhohlers--Galne-',ille school songs were sung. and until
sn 'midnight the young folks enjoyed
themselves to the utmost.
I ay. do your drinking at Hogan's
i Tb* r you Snd pure goods. Ho- IN BEHALF OF SILVER SPRINGS
IBa the mull order ma- _
S lo wi iIn behalf of the Woman's Cliub. and
Mr. ; ). t Hogan will begin shipping in consideration of the fact that it
rantalo- this week. He has just is our desire to make all things beau-
Anishetl shipping his large crop of iful, as near as possible, we wish to
aensi Hie says that his crop netted all attention to the general appear-
himn .enty-five cents per crate and
him is neny-wve cents per crate andaance of Silver Springs, since its bor-
he. is quite well pleased He says that ders are being so thickly built up
a- soil increase the acreage if he with boat houses. It is really a pity
a aisfed he couhtld always obtain that the owners of" these buildings
a grtd prices. should see fit to place them right
Charl hew an son Mr. where they are obliged to mar -and
knl'.rt Math#.s. left Saturday for Ok- obstruct the view of the springs.
r Mth el aShatuorda. w re t These buildings could be erected in
1aH % I't.. Oklahoma, where they
sill s iit lr and Mrs. George Earluch a manner as to do credit to the
Yac'i aI their lovely home there lace As it is now it is like a Ieau-
V Maac tih will enl ain for a montl* tiful flower in a garden of weeds.
s tb hi tist lr. but Mrs. Mathews will With such a resort-a place where
Itw aay alr. summers. Their friends we all delight to take our friends-it
Saway all ummr dli Their freul isi does seem that more pride should be
ith then a very delightful visit. manifested in the grounds about it.

Mr N W IHarimm. who has large Can we not do something to add to its
tMr interests in this city. and already attractive features? Noted
w.o has m in bere for the past two far and wide for its sparkling waters

umetbt, left Friday morning for Au- and untold depth of beauty, we re-
guma. Ga.. where be will spend a few peat that as a club. anxious for the
da ae. e will sail for New good and beauty of things, we must
York City. going rom there to his protest, or at least express our opin-,
hem.'of ON&dq rg. N. Y. Mr. Har- ion. feeling assured that the gentle-
is"m. .pots to Wviit Seattle. Portland. men owning these buildings have not'
m tln eer wsltern cities early next taken time to think of the effect caus-
r w r iti arl n ed by lining the borders of such a
. -__iI.. s w.- th huRsesR rof any kind.

\n called rman.

The scene was pure joy to each true
They deemed the idea the very best
"How this scheme." 'they all murmur-
ed. "will worry and vex
The creatures who think they're the
dominant sex."
But alas! for the perfect success of
their plan,
They'd forgotten the bridegroom,
mean thing, was a man.
Miss Stotesbury. Mrs. Clarn nee
Camp and Mrs. Munroe were the field
marshals and executed their duties
very splendidly. %
By five o'clock the picnic was only
a memory, but one that will long be
Among the out-of-town guests at the
picnic were Mrs. J. M. Dell of
Gainesville. a member of the twenti-
eth Century Club, Miss Whitney of
Boston. who is a memberr of the Wo-
man's Club at her home, and Miss
Crown of Tampa. who is the guest of
Mrs. .Jake Brown. and Mrs. Arthur
Hardaker of Tampa.

Misses Ethel and Hope Robinson
leave next week for Exeter Co:lege.
Mass.. where their brother, Mr. Ralph
Robinson, is a student, and they will
be there for commencement week.
They will also attend the commence-
ments at Harvard and at Brown Col-
Iore and will anards anme time with


The Dickison Chapter, U. D. C., met
in regular session Friday afternoon,
the first vice president, Mrs. R. G.'
Blake, presiding.

It is a matter ol g,' regret that
the president, Mrs. Fannie R. Gary, is
still unable to attend the meetings.
Mrs. P. W. Whiteside and her sister,
Miss Josie Williams, were the :-ost-
esses at this meeting, which was a
very large one. and was likewise a
most pleasant one.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, who was one
of the delegates to the annual con-
vention at St. Augustine, read a splen-
did report of the meeting there, both
the b isiness sessions and the social
side of the convention, and she was
tendered a vote of thanks for her re-
The Daughters will give a big din-
ner to the Veterans on June hte third,
in the Gary grove, on Fort King aven-
ue, and at the meeting Friday all the
necessary committees were appoint-
ed to make all arrangements for the
successful carrying out of this affair.
This dinner will be one of the pleas-
ant events of the brigade re-union in
After several other matters of bus-
iness the meeting dajourned.
Mrs. Whiteside and Miss Williams
then served very lovely ice cream and
cake to their guests.


The Agatheridan Society held their
last meeting for this term Friday af-
ternoon in the high school rooms.
There were quite a number of visit-
ors present, and it is said by the teach-
ers, pupils and visitors that the pro-
gram rendered waR the finest one giv-
en during the past term.
There were a tvmber of splendid
toasts to the graduating class and the
classes 'they leave behind, ad several
splendid declamations. papers, poems
an dsongs.
The Agatheridan Journal, iea-1 by
its editor, Miss Ellen Clarkson, was
particularly splendid, and the many
clever hits, squibs, etc., it contained
was immensely enjoyed by all.
. The election of officers for the so-
(ciety next year took place after the
program was concluded. and resulted
in the following officers being chosen-
President, Roy Capplemai; vice pres-
ident, Robert F-rguson; secretary
Miss Ellen Clarkson: sergeants-at-
arms. Will Bullock and Robert Polly.


Last Thursday afternoon, as Mr. F.
E. Haskell of Weirsdale was driving
home from Lady Lake, where he had
)been to call on Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Teague. he had a very narrow escape
from death. He had a driver with
him, and they attempted to water
their horses in a lake that has fallen
away from its former banks, and the
horses fell into a hole, perhaps qoick-
sand. The buggy was flooded, and
the driver, seeing danger, jumped out,
leaving Mr. Haskell in the buggy in-
stead of trying 'to helpl) him get out.
The driver ran up to the house for
help. and Mr. Teague wenit to his as-
sistance. Seeing the danger he
quickly ordered the driver hack to the
team and called for a man working
near the house. After quite a strug-
gle they got the horses out. and Mr.
Haskell also had o'anaged to get him-
self out, after which they started for
Mr. Haskell. who is not very well.
acted very coolly and calmly and
seemed more concerned about the
horses than himself.
His friends here hope that his try-'
ing experience will not have any had

effects on him. and that by now be is
all right again.

FOR SALE-41 acres best farm
land, adjoining city limits on south.
with good 8-room house, well. harn.
etc. All fenced and in cultivation.
This property can be subdivided and
sold for from $100 to $200 per acre
within one or two years. In the mean-
time you have the best farm possible.
Sidetrack on the property. Price.
$2600, on terms. Apply to Ocala Ban-
ner. 4-9-tfw.

Mr. Sam Pyles, who has been with
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay for the
past two years. and assisting in the
undertaking department of this estab-


Beautiful Spanish Dancer

Gives Praise to Pe-ru-na.

N ERVOFS prostration is usually the
result of a v 'ation which requires
a continual strain on the nervous
In such cases it would be wise if a
change of vocation could be made.
But this is not always possible and a
good tonic becomes a necessity.
Peruna is a tonic that invigorates
without producing a drug habit,

Peruna is not a beverage nor a bitter
but an honest, straightforward tokl
that increases the appetite and emeGof*
ages digestion.
There is a great demand for tomiS
during the depressing heat of summer,
and especially in countries where bet
weather is very prevalent.
Such a demand is exactly met by


Miss Pilar Monterde Praises Peruna as a Tonic.
A letter sent to the Peruna Drug Mfg. Co., from the popular Spanish daname
Ifiss Pilar Monterde, is as follows:

Testro PrincpA, City of Mexo, Nov. 3, A L
The PeruaM Drug Mfg. Co., ColumWbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Oentlemen: Having used your justly celhebrtedromy, *"La Pm "
for some time, I have the pleasure of lafbrmW ye Meth I c-MA'r I Nhw
best tanic I have ever used.
It Is a wonderful fortifler of the serves after examslm e R aP-
creases the vitality of the whole boey, and in my own ca s hu p s @ia
the most complete and permanent restorai mt Is alsop
I do not hesitate, therefore, to recommend tIb I 'may tao Ma
as the best and most pleasant tonic that they can p AsMy toke.
yours very truly, (MIha) P.A Ma n
I-^-^4W% m "W *,W *~~ w4- 1 WM ^^wouft

Scorcher Ruff

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Registration Certificate No. 15037.
"This is to certify that Sco rcher
Ruff has been d-uly registered ir .ol.1
IX, of the Field Dog Stud Book, in ac-
cordance with rules governing same,
and that the record here given is cor-
rect. to-wit: Name assigned,
SCORCHER RUFF, No. 15037; breed,
pointer; sex, dog; whelped June 13,,
194t7; color, black, white and ticked:
Sire. Spot's Rip Rap 19247); Dam,
Fleet Scorcher: owner, James Enges-
ser: address, Ocala. Fla.
"Dated at Chicago. Ill.. this 18Sth
day of April. 1908.
L. F. WHITMAN. Registrar."
Stud fee. $1.. Guaranteed. Send
cash with dog. Address.
Ocala. Fla.

A ripe watermelon was among the
delicacies eaten at the Ocala House
Friday. The melon was sent to Mr.
Z. C. Chambliss by Mr. R. A. Green
from Plant City. A ripe one grown
by Messrs. Johnson and Liddon near
this city was on exhibition the day
before, but it was not cut. It weigh-
ed 26 pounds.

Mr. Grover Cleveland McClure. who
now has charge of the commissary
for the Martel Lumber Company,
spent Friday in Ocala with his troth-


Over Munroe & Chamblas' amk

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v- 'r ---M - -I- -a- -r, -- *. -Mu
a= ar 0 0as OhW r tools Gor m ae on a low sce.
A. J r.) They had omly been there two'
-, dw," Bal, "SthLas got months when they thought they had
S0 Oga. &S I -e- mj" a tn tto enough to take to Denver for sale,
b G-- it g- -s & i and to purchase tools and hire men
m e t very NTkely to m. -for working the mine on a higher'
a I e I I leave r Den- scale.
W w w I~ ma 1 get stralgt. 1 IDurant wrote his wife a letter, with
SO W fuInaIMe, sad that will be money enclosed to pay her fare to
Ma h ~ m ,a l htw e .... o .. .

Of $40000,000 Recorded at DeLand,' -
Fla--Company Funds to be Ubed Will Hold a Bond Election for $250,-
for Building the Key West Cj0. to be Applied to the Makin'
Extension -f Good Roads
On Saturday there was recorded inthe meeting of the board of
the office of the clerk of the circuit Atthe meeting of the board of
court one of the longest and perhaps conty commissioners last week an
the most stupendous mortgages ever election was called for the purpose of
rpenlFdb i ifin it wonf crivp hvI __.. lo nn1f nn um1rtuni of

is friedd. who was only too glad to
advance him the amount asked for.
Sms all was completed and he was
n his way to Deaver.
After r seaIg Denver he was
sh-r to the oMee of Wyckoff &
Sodamberger by a man sent to meet

He was received very cordially by
Mr. Wyckoff. and was sent out to the
-Teltw Streak" mine the same day.
Oa his arrival at the mines he was
-- b the foreman and assigned to
is duties. As he was going to his
reading bose after work that night.
b was aceosted by a miner who was
s omest-looking fellow, and they
Stayed together on the way to the
boarding bouse. The next morning
be et the same tran, and they walk-
ed together as far as the office, and
S th'y separated the miner, whose
uamu was Blossman. said: "Meet me
at the Red Blosaona saloon tonight at
hight o'clock: I have something very
iapolant to tell you."
S "All right." maid Durant. "'I will be
there. said the miner.
1"Good." said the miner. "9ion't

M to be there at eight." and passed

After supper that night Durant
went over to the Red Blossom saloon
mad found the mi'tr waiting for him.
-Come outside; I wish to speak to
you." he said. and Duran followed
him foi some distance from the sa-

"Can I trust you with a secret. Mr.
Durant." he askee.
'Certainly." anrvered Durant. "but
why all this secrecy?"
"I believe you to be an honest man.
Mr .Durant. and I am going to trust
yoa. I have discovered a vein a few
mess from here. and from all appear-
amees it is a very valuable mine. I
bave not got very much money, ana
ma't start to working on the mine
-stil I get some. Will you go In with
ae andI work the mine with me until
we get enough money to run it on an
active se*clek We can take ou' pa-
p ~s for it and go out there any time
Sd start to work on it. We will nave
to get some grub to take with us. but
what we have coming to us will about
pa for enough to last until we get
m@Ne dGr. What do you say?"
"Why. Bkosman.' said Durant: "I
a afraid it Isn't exactly right for me
take the benefit of your discovery
bt If rou say so. we will go out anoi
UN--& It Wh~at G&Sru% -__ I *-t ha-q--*

alive caused all ire love inat ne nao
held for her to come back to him, and
he longed to be with her.
He took the first train for the east
and was soon in his native town. He
disguised himself and walked around
the town a while to try to get a
glimpse of her.
He stopped at a shabby boarding
house and registered as William
Long. His disguise, was hardly need
ed. however, as his skin had been
bronzed and he wore a heavy mous-

Lucle, Dade and Monroe counties.
The mortgage is signed by J. R.
Parrott. as president of the Florida
East Coast Railway Company, and at-
tested by H .S. Jenison as secretary.
It is also signed by Joseph C. Slater,
as trustee, and is witnessed by A. V.
S. Smith and J. P Qeckwith.
The mortgage is -lated May 1. 1909,
and was recorded in Volusia county
on May 8.-Deland Record.


Finally, he decided on his course. ..If ever I need a cough medicine
He had his interests in the "Secres again I know what to get." declares
Valley" mine sold and the money plac- Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals. Me.. "for. af-
ed in a Denver bank. while he secur- ter using ten bottles of Dr. King's
New ed a position at a livery stable, every others. I am convinced it is the best
day getting a glimpse of his wife, medicine made for coughs, colds and
yet not his. as he could not claim her lung trouble." Everyone who tries it
without causing great notoriety and feels just that way. Relief is felt at
once. and its quick cure surprises you.
causing her to be arrested for big-. For Bronchitis. Asthma. Hemorrhage.
amy. ('roup. LaGrippe Core Throat pain in
So he bided his time until several chest or lungs it's supreme. 50r'. and
years had passed. $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
One day when he went down to the,Tyigs & Co.
stahli io his work. as usual, he saw LEGISLATIVE DOPE
small crrmwds gathered together andi --
talking excitedly. He asked someone The house decided to send King,
what was the matter. MacWilliams and Alexander 'to Chat-
"Doctor Whitney was out to see a tahoochee.
patient last night." he was told: "and Every time Teddy shoots a lion
his horse ran away. and the doctor Light kills a clerk.
was killed." When the senate committee had its
Durant could hardly restrain his joy bearing, the telephone man said that
at the news, for although he loved of all people, the telephone cause
Dr. Whitney as a friend, he could now should be allowed to talk. birt another
claim his wife before the world, man claimed that since he represent-
He decided to wait until after the ed the gas company his argument
funeral to let himself be known. should take preference.
'*h- + __ _ ... - .

Tne rest o mthe story we will have,
to take from the lips of Jane. Mrs.
Durant's maid. As she afterwards
said to her friends: "When Missus
had got back from de fun'ral dar wuz
er man waiting' fer her. an' he looked
lak Marse Durant used ter look. Dey
jes' cried an' talked, an' cried an' kiss-
ed each other till I wuz sick er look-
in* at 'em.'"
There was a quiet wedding celebrat-
ed in Illion a few days later.

The worst foe for 12 years of John
Deyv- of Gladwin. Mich.. was a running
uleh.r. He paid doctors over $400 wtth-
,lut benefit. Then Bucklen's Arnica
Sal-ve killed the' ulcer and cured him.
Cures Fever Sores. Boils. Felons. Ec-
zema. Salt Rheum. Infallible for Piles.
Burns. Scalds. Cuts. Corns. 2'.c at.
Tydings & Co. m
Mother-I am sorry to hear that

Light of Marion was digging up
data from a volume half his size
when Mr. Clark halloaed out: "It's a
bill for the poor man and will save
us all money." Light's book dropped
to his knee, and his right eye cock-
ed itself in the direction of the bill.
After introducing Senator Money
Jint Alexander proceeded to sleen up-
on the rostrum, whereupon a little la-
ter the governor joined him in his en-
joyment of the senator's speech.
Uncle Nat has a lemon every r.'orn-
The Light of Marion took a quiet
slumber during the Wailes claim con-
troversy.-Tallahassee Sun.


The only way to end a family argu-
metn is never to begin it.
The pride a man takes in going on

cure Blind. Bleeding and It cuing
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
by druggists; mail 50c. and $10.
Sold by Tydings & Co x
We are told by dispatches that come
to us from the seat of government
that Mr. R. Hudson Burr. chairman of
the Florida railway commission, pro-
tests against the issuing of passes to
Florida editors. When these courte-
sies are .extended to the newspaper
men of Florida. in return therefore
they give full quid pro quo in the
write-ups of the sections they visit
An even exchange is never a robbery.
Along this line the. editor of this pa-
per feels that he has rendered full
value for all the courtesies that have
been extended to him. To the very
best of his ability he has described
the sections of country through which
he has passed, and. in as attractive
lanugage as lie could employ. while
keeping within the bounds of truth,
he has told of their resources and pos-
sibilities. The idea that a man of
any standing can Ie bribed, corrupted
and bought with so small a u;rice
seems to h-im a preposterous proposi-
tion, and it is only men of na; row
minds and warped and jaundiced
views that hold to such opinions-
men who weigh others with their own
little scales and balances. When are
we to rise to a higher plane of think-
ing? What Florid- needs just now is
men with some breadth of intellect in
public office.


There was a death in the Plaza
square one night this week.
One of the dainDty little squirrel
creatures who had grown to know
and love its local friends, found a. vil-
lain in the lad. who stoned it till it
The little animal is dead an:! we
ought to be sorry indeed, that a
wretch so unfeeling, and so utterly
depraved, inhabits this human form
of ours that we're all striving so hard
to bring tip to its better standard.
We ought to be sorry-and asham-
ed.-Pensacola Journal.

Por years I was tro nl).-(ld with bil-

1111 tor e1 mn or fae th ere ands start Denvi er. someaccen t I UU. was g ven y Jgivinge 1e peopi e an ,U-- -
Sa fewd a t cao anta with never reached his wife, and when he the Florida East Coast railway, party voting on the question of whether the
S l you b hear from me, later saw in a paper the death of a of the first part ,to Joseph C. Slater county should bond for $250.000 for
Sto and Mrs. H. L. Durant he believed her to of the city, county and state of New good roads or not.
S i ke we will stay out there, be dead. As the paper containing the' York, trustee, party of the second The last grand jury recommended
L tI a good emtry out there, you account of the death was three weeks part. The mortgage recites the char- that the commissioners call the elec-
MM. mad if I get good work it wil old he thought there would be no use ter granted to the railway company tion. and a large number of citizens
Slme to Sty out there instead o for him to go back east, as he hal no and the authority to borrow money. since that time have urged the com
e. Teu knoay the doctor said that relatives, and he had married an or- It then mentions 7259 bonds of the missioners to make the call. and it
SI ket so close to business in thephan. value of $10i) each. aggregating $7,- was in obedience to this seeming de-
S$ It weou o oon wear me out, and t It was very sad news for him. and 259,000, dated September 1. 1897. and mand of the people that the conimis-
it we t stin wear me out, and for several weeks he suffered great held by the Colonial Trust Company: sioners ordered tbl election.
Iwa l and lave a few dollars grief for her. But he buried himself also 8741 bonds of the value or $11400 The elelcion is to be held in June,
a ia ng, in his work. and soon got over it. each. aggregating $8,741,000, dated notice of which will be publishe-l in
We dear aid his wife, 'if you Meanwhile Mrs. Durant was still October 1, 1902, and also held by the each of the county papers for a pe-
"Wego d gues st go, obut 1 living with her sister and had not Colonial Trust Company. The new riod of thirty days. beginning next
etain dIslike teia ofyIou heard a word from her husband. She mortgage and bond issue is declared week.
ely di there the dea working you gthat wrote him several letters at Denver, to be of inferior dignity until the old The Record. on general principles,
but as he was not at Denver the let. bonds are cancelled and satisfied., is in favor of bonds for any purpose
the beIt, bdont flet me keep Yt ters were returned, and she was final- The paper recites ,the authority of looking to the bhtterment of condi-
St be d t et me keep you Iv persuaded that her husband had the board of directors and that they tions of our roads or streets. I'nder
ft W -" died deem it expedient that the company the present system we are taxed good
It was l s terribly, and Hal Meanwhile Durant was working out borrow $40.000,000 for the purpose of and plenty for road purposes, and the
Srag o terribly, and H at his mine, little dreaming that his its extension to Key West. building road fund is nearly always behind,
a had been let at n fe was alive, and grieving for him branch lines, consolidating, leasing or yet at the end of the year our roads
Sage a in the city, but as dead. purchasing other railways or railway are in just as bad condition as they
was nto eit w there to do except A few years passed and Mrs. Du- property, as allowed by law. and for were at the beginning of 'the year. At
hae was obths there to d not rant's sister was a widow, and the the purpose of improving, equipping, the present rate Manatee county will
Stw ewtra Jos, which would n two women were out in the world providing betterments, operating and never have anything but sand beds
1"Da e aolve. maentgand public drains for roads. The
1 t had married a few alone. They sewed, and did other maintaining the same, for the payingand public drains for roads. The
=Sobear with hr hopes of a f things for a living, but could hardly of moneys now owed by the party of bonding proposition is the only one
Ser wit high hopes of manage to make both ends meet andthe first part. and for other lawful that offers any relief.
maaetandbh dts etiton and the pres-
hwere having a hard time of it, when Purposes. We haven't figured on the proposi
t eations weighed heavily on his W hitney, seeing his old friend's The bond issue of forty million dol. tion or investigated the whys, where-
H had all decided to go wife in needwent to her and offered lars is in two series-Series A, for forces or anything else. We haven't
t m adeek w ork out there. help. Mrs. Durant for a while would $12,000,000, bearing 4 1-2 per cent. in- had time. Naturally we are for -bonds.
a e e t from his frmnot accept, but w finally prevailed terest, payable semi-annually, and Se- but before the date of the election we
amr ematoyer to the mining firm of ries B. for $28,000,000, bearing 5 per will do a little investigating and find
S& Steaberger of Denver, White became a constant vis- cent. interest, payable semi-annually. out something about who will distrib-
Swa ag to them for a position r at the home of the two women As security for this immense sum ute or handle the cash, where and
s tir mme la "The Yellow Streak"and finally became conscious of the of money there is given a trust deed how the roads will be constructed,
OMa had igbrapes. fact that he loved Mrs. Durant. and or mortgage upon the entire roadbed and, in fact, all about the proposition,
t seemed hard to have to break up he went to her and told her of his and branches, bridges, equipment, and then we will tell the Record read-
a little hohie. Just begun to get love." He had been a friend 'to her franchises and other property used for ers about it. and comment according-
aMke to e, aad he felt a bitter and she had grown to love him-as a railway purposes, including the Key ly. If 'the right men are to be put in
goo at every pisce of furniture he brother. West extension. charge, we'll carry out our natural
ao teamaeled to sell. They were married in the little vil- Series A is declared to be a first inclination and support the proposi-
Ater the talk with his wife, he lage church in the spring five ears lien upon the property. and Series B tion. Our best business men must be
wmet to seaw hi friend and former after the departure of her husband, a second lien. Sixteen million dollars put on the job. Two hundred and
gom-mate. Jim Whitney, an enter- for Denver. are to be reserved to pay off the pres- fifty thousand dollars is entirely too
.praotr a the village, to tHal Durant was reading a newspa- ent bonded indebtedness. much money to be put in the hands
Sif e d a eect a loanof a per from the east when his startled The bonds are payable in gold. amn of novices.-Manatee County Record.
Gs mattll le sadd be table tper from the east when his startleot
Vow m iinbe d beable toeyes fell on a marriage notice of Mrs. run for fifty years from (late.
Sin r b earniH. L. Durant and Dr. J. A. Whitney. Mortgage is gi-en upon the road PILES! PILES! PILES!
wa 4ved very cordially by The news hat his wife was still way, running through Duval, St.
He was rec...-.r...d... Johns. Putnam Volusia. Brevard. St. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will

and General Metal Workers.

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4.e of ne% and se%... .....133 12120
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SF Mrair... .* ** Fw% of nOf and s d%-% of '
S McNatr. and et of sw and l.134112201
se 4 and se% ofseeO ......... 13. 2 20
P t ~ l . . .3.- 4. o f cl t . . . .. . 13 6 11
ID P -- -" "- ( m 6.97 chb s and 3.87 1.2s i i
r t hly Ig No of n e cor............ 1 ..I1221
thence I 3.56 chs se withR RR
1.3t chs e 1.76 chs n 1.15 ehs I I
l tof ot 2 and 3 blk 3 Fred-
m ColHn .. *.... of l ts. .. ... ,l- i2 1
S.. .blk 24 Simonton sub o 300 1
r kno. ... .' .... ......* ..... 612 21

1$M 7 37

19., 7 67

1171 14 58
2401 15 89


601 7 47

4 2 23
SO! 5. 3"

143 2.

. .i ." -'1

-' 4 -sl




1 50

13 2:

:. 16

.0 -'-

4 37

2 07

2 46
2' 66
1 33

1 46
S 4S

3 56

5 16

1 86
1 S

21 1 49
1200 13 68i

320! 23 104
24W0 13 68

.2.5! 3 .7

21 3 27

10 5 79

Galley 2



AMcBride ........ loi 2 3 4 blk 3 r 2 w of Spring
kwa St Oran.e springs ......... i 7 s'7
ow.. ...... ots 2 3 4 blk 3 r 3 w of Spring]
A B mt Orange Springs .... .... 3 1 ..
I A 8 b n ...... of lot 1 blk 4 r 3 w of
Spring St Orange Springs..- I .7." 2 '.;
S a r .. ...... all of blk 4 r 2 e of Spring St
e PeoOrange Springs.............I! 4 1
o Pie Lbr Co ........lots 1 27 ..... ..... .......31113
Sebay ... ...8% of ne4 and el of sei
and nw% of se%4.. .. ...... 32;11!23: 21i* 6 27
...a.. B .... .' n% of nw% s of Orange Creek 32111231 35 1 5;
a l ...:......sw. % of sw %...... .........331123! 44t 2 6r
i* t Ld CO*.... ....nw% of ne%...............341123 40 1 56
NMmw L- ft I Co ....... e of sw% and w/ of sel i
Wm ga. and ne% of se4. ............35i11i23! o00 5 16:
*** .*... com 140 yds w of se cor......!3511ll23!
thence w 140 yds n 140 yds e
140 yds s 140 yds.... ... 41 2 16
SI Hall. Eint of...... .. n of nw% and sw, of nw 'A
and nw% of sw%..... ...... 36 11i23 160[ 3 16
rv al CO, Ld -'..- of se4............. .....361123 401 1 56
, ko*n ............... nw% of ne. ...... ..... .25 11 24 40 1 33
pSIm I And C0, 1A.... ne% of swl..... ... ... ... 2511241 401 1 33
n l- ICo.... ..8% of sw4 and se% .... .....2511 241 240 5 971
L L ... ... ****......** w% of sW of nwl... ..... 2611 241 20 1 1.,
L L I Co ....*.. % of si%... ... ... .......2711 241 1601 3 9S
i t... ... ... .... chs sq In ne cor of sw% .... 28 11 24 51 6%
SS k .............. n%* ***** of nw% of sw%.... ... ..29 11 24 20 1 12
T j ink ...... ... ...w% of sw% of sw% and ne% I
of sw4A of sw% and nw% of 1
Sse of sw% ... ... ....... .2911 24 40, 2 16
ohesBeckham... ... ne% of se% of sw% and s of
se of ow'4... ... ....... 2911 24 34 1 86
VUskde ............. ... n% of ne% s of Orange Creek 29111 24 40 1 56
UBllwa ... .......... w% of nw% s of Orange Creek 30111 24 60' 266
Amrew McBride. Est of.. w% of nw% ex 6% chs n and 1 "
e on n side.... .. .......... 31 1'24 67 2 34o
MalrE Brwin.... .. ....t4% of sw% ex 9 chs sq in ne
cor of swA of sw%........3211 24 72" 4 077
Jo e Rerm ... ... of ne% .... .... ........ 37l1124 40 1 77
Audrw McBride, Et of % of se%... ... ... ... ..311|24 40 3 77
Memulau L & I Co.. ....all of ex w% of sw% and ex 1124
nw% of nw%... ... ... ...3311124 520! 5 16
S G ay &t Co...... .....all of.... ... ... ... ... .... 211219 64(' 18 O
T J Co ........ ..... of... .. ... ... ... ...1411219 32! 7 1
T J (o~e....... ... ..... all of ex lots 1 to 8 inc Smith's I
.4 sub... ...... ... ....... 151219 206 5 16
FI Doyer.... ......'.. of lot 5 and lot 6 ex 10 chs
sq in se cor... ... .. ... 15112119 951 5 1.;
j C Vandiven.... .. ..18.50 chs e and w on e side- of
se'4 of nwW4...... ........1221219 37 2
* N Rmith... ... ... ...comn at nw cor of Aredonda 1
Grant ... ... ... ... ....... 22ll 19
'hence e 22.70 chs s 7.46 chs
w 7.60 chs s 4.25 chs w 15.10 I I
chs n 11.71 chs ...... ..... 2 I 3 2 76
Har, o,,f J L Vandiv'en .. com 887t ft n of sw cor Arre-
donda Grant... .. .. .... 22112.191
thence e 19.5 ft n 887 ft I
w 1965 ft s 887-, ft.... .... I 401 3 11
J VY tarlintigton...... .. .. lots I 2 or w 2-3 of Arredonda! i 1 1
Grant... ... .. .. ... ..... 134:12'191 340!' "22 S
Mr- K- I Haminnd ....... ii n of l.,t 1 and nel4 of lot 61 I
S G survey. .. ... ..... 22112 191 34 1 63
H F 1& W .\* r. . .... w of sw'4 ..... .. ... ..... .. 2611219 40 3 77
G; A . . . .. 4 of s\w . . . . .. 2721 19 4, 2 66
dna H .'n -ek.. .. ...'w. of s. .. ... ... .. 27121il 9 404 2 6
Mr* J W Smith.. ...... .*. f sw4 and sw of S.1-4 34 1219 i4 4 1i 6
-! ,*f A J Maytield. . 1-.54' chs nII and s by 40 chs e' j
Sand w on n side of ne14 und!
Sint... ... . .... ..... 36 1 19 .* 1 :4A
J 1 Hr.-, n .. .. .. .. ... 1 -3 of lots I and :2 Plat Hiook '
S g 4;.:... .... .. ..... 11 2"' io 1
Sn.ow . . ...... r.. '. 'nd n- *of *l1 lo122Sit 4 2 ? s
nkn ,wn . .. .. !.. o I chs oif n< csr.... .. "2'l .a
line w 71.S4 tch s 19 ichs.
w\ \.1f hs ,- t1 deg s 14.'7
j 2 '. dton s to .Magnolia
; ',',' 7 ,s'sg 44.:.6 'hs nI
t44.2:4 '. hs ..............247 2 '" 11
S .\1 $i oist.s. ......s ....... idei 1 'l n of *s .r ,if nie ll .., 3 12"2'
Ihe' 1v, i 1.' li1 Ii Ii hs h 1. '
lis s 16 chs. ... .. .. . ...'
S .. ..... w ... ... . . ........ 4;1220 1 11 4

\V ilhithns.

Hut h.r....
Built~r. .

W Butler.

All n sarno T..!nji

J1 J VUarr ... ...

1;1 r y J.1 ck 44jOi

T 1. Itaniscy..

Wm Steam....

R C Douglas...

Heirs oif J L P 1


church and ex */ acre in ne
I coor to school... ... ... ...
A S KeIls....... ....... comn 5.30 chs e of nw cor .... 133 12'' 22
i thence e 4.20 chs s 10 chs w
4.20 chs n 10 chs... ......
R C )ouglas... ... ..... s4 of sw'4 of nw'4 ex 1.50%
acres in se cor.... ... ..... [33 12 22
;, ;r..-e.. ... ... ..... s'/ of sw/4 of se % of se!4 ..33 1222
in .I '..S. . . . .... ...s of sel% of se% of se% .... 33 12 22
1)' a.fl-. .. .. ..... icom 60 ft e of nw cor of ne' j
Sf sw 4% ........ ... ...... 331 2 .22I
thence ** 95 ft s 15,0 ft w 95 ft
i t 1510 ft .. . .. .. . .
:. ...... ... ... .... j.i at ..* .o r of nw ......... 33.121...
i lihe -t i 1 3 -h.i w 4.45 chs i W
41 Iks w 6.42 chs n 6.40 chs
:3.'1( t. s S S.63 chs w 1.17,
Slis 7s 6 Iks w 5 chs s 3.98
chs .. 6.32 chs s 6.34 chs e 13 I
.chs to i o ) b. .. ... ......
. I DoIuglas. .... ....... im uat st' cor of sw'A of .sw% 3412":.,
thence n1 7.67 chs w 13.62 chs
s 2.66 chs w 6.37 chs s 5 chs i
e 26 ehs... ......... .. ....
1 .C Ellis..............- ne% o ,If sw% of se 4... ... .. .351, ,22
1V 11 Kilnnmon ......... .. acres on w side of lot "2 sub
of G I F C grant.... ... .... 1 1:!21221
W C Townsend... .. .-.. nle% of nw% ... ... ... ...... 1231
Henning L & I Co... ... wl,4 of ne". ...... ........ 3 12231
i'nknown...... ........ of ne ....... ... ....... ..5 1 31
Smiith & Sylvester... ... wiI of sw4% ex 1 acre to church I i I
T & T. ex... .. ... ..... . ..1223
Sou Pine Lbr Co... .... nw% ex 10 chs e and w by 15 I
chs n and s in nw cor of swj I I
'4 of nw 14 .. ..... . 21"!.2'3!
Sou Pine Lbr Co... .... lot 1 ex 6.39 chs e an( w by 201
chs n and s on w side and I
lot 16... ..... ... ....... 612 231
J J Fort...... ...... lots 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 23... .. 612231
Sou Pine Lbr Co... ..... lots 15 and 28.. .. .. .. ...6 12 23
Henning L & I Co...... lots 17 18 and 27... ... ... .. 61223
Sou Pine Lbr Co... .... lots 1 2 8 9 11 12 18 19 20 22 2
23 24... ... ... ... ....... 7112 231
Sou Pine Lbr Co... ..... w of nw1j... ... ... ..... S12L23
Hennin L & 1 Co... .... e' of ne4 and ne %of se .... 10'12231
Empire Land Co. ...... sw' of ne% ........ .... !10!1223(
Empire Land Co. ...... nw% of nw%... ......... !2112.231
I'nknown... ........... ne%4 of nw% and w 3-4 of s1'1611:2231
Unknown ............... lots 2" and 23... . ... 18 12 .
Intra A Brinson... ...... lot 4.... ..... ...... 1912231
LL Meggs.... .......... ne %of nw% .... ... ...... 281223l
J D Burnett... ... ...... .Re/ of se%....... ...... .3612'3
J J Fort. ...............e of e% of nw% and s of
sw% and sw% of nw% ...... 41121241
Est of Andrew McBride..nw 4 of nw%'................ 412'24'

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

Unknown. .. .........
Sylvester Smith .. .......
F B Harper....... ....
1 I PF rt ... ... .....

lot 1 . . . . . . . . ... 5!12'24
lots 2 3 and 6 ...... ... ..... !'il'124
lots 8 10 11 and 15.. .. ......! 5il2124i
s1% of ne '4and ne% of nw%l 6!12124:
nw'4 of nw% ex ne% of nw% !
of nw% ... ... ... .... ... 6112124!
et of sw% of nw%.. .. ..I 6i12124!
se% of nw% ... ... ... .... .. 6!121241
sw% of se ... .. . . ...... 6121241
npl a n of 0.1 I -1ol o'

301 S 01

150 21 21
22 2 97
i t-

Nash & Bartlett
E P Guerrant..

B C Smith... .
Mrs N H Whitn
Mordica Morris.
Martin & Thaga
J _C Mathews...
R M1 Martin...
A.olanda Brown.
t ,s, Rack'-t ..
:'- .M Carl--y. .
l i i . . .
.',Sm ith. ..
: t -i ,i:ar n.. .

".1"s L nD Flow',I

\Vw P. wV ,..

Morris .Xlordica.
D P Irvin#,. .. .
I D Thagard...

.1Morris. Mordica..

Harbara La tson.

Bolton Turner..

.Morris Mordica.

L A urry..

G<.o Wilson... .

WValt.*r J.-nkins.

%Walter Jenkins.
Laura Turner...
I, S Light ... ..




















,, Hiu...crtence .w to w Moy Of lot 48
n to nw cor lot 48 e 565 ft to
ne cor of lot 48 n 1687 ft to
68 nw cor of lot 52 s 68 deg 4
37 imln e 1243 ft to sec line s tol
69 I o b . ... . .. ...... .
Ackeinan & Jackson ..... "It 79 J H C'ampbell's survey4
or lot 8 Sim's .survey of s.-
part of S F grant and lots 1.
-,9 and 2 see. 21 and lot 1 se- 2' i
section 21 and. .. .. ........2 13 21
Ackenan & Jackson.. .. lot 82 J H C'ampbil'l.s survey%
or lot 7 Sin's survey of eI
part tf'o F grant and lots 11
and 2 s-e 21 and lot Ise" 2.I,
section i 21 and.............. 2 11 21
Mrs. C C Reddick.. .. o ..f ... .. ....... ..... 123 1321
Flora Henderson.. .. .... .81 chs e and w by 13.66 chs
nr and s in nw cor of ne'4 of
Snw /4 ... ... .. ... ... .. .2 132
76 R C Williams... ... ****. ft sq in sw cor of nw :213
H Bradley ..... .....* (.. m 14.93 chs n and 3.20 chs w
f, of se cor of ne% .........'27 1221
06 thence n 3.16 chm w 3.16 chs|
.6 s 3.16 chs e 3.16 ch.s.... ....
66 F,,ster Brooks... ........ i 14122 ft n and 424 ft w of
so cur of ne% ............ 27 I13s 1
thence n 8 deg w 293 ft to R
96 R s 10 deg w 560 ft e 319 ft
n 548 ft.............. ...
46 A M Martin......... .. all of fractl...... ..... ... 45 13-1
S F Weatherby... ...... coin 4 chs n of se cor of lot 14
sub of J B Grant......... 1321
"6 thence w 6.25 chs to n bdy of
48 lot 14 e 6.25 chs s to p o b..
86 1 Ellis.......*** of nw% ex 7.95 chs % in
10 nw ('or... ... ........... .11322
T F & A B Harrison .... .. of s % of nw% of --e. 13221
'** Sou Pine Lbr Co0.. .. of nw% and ct. of sw l
X6 and se%1 ... ... ... .. .... 313221
77 Tropical Land Co.. Ltd.. nw% of swj... .......... 3 1322?
21 Maria Cabarras.... ...... w of nw%4... ....... .. .. 6 13 2'
33 J ) Mathews... ... ....n', of se4 ... ... ... ....... 13.22
27 R C Douglas...... .....140 yds n and s by 195. yd.s e. ,
77 and w in se cor of nw v'. .11013 22'
56 Christian Ax... ... ..... nW of nw...... ....... 14 1322
6 Fla French Phos Co.. .. nw of se% and s, of ., 1 and;
33 French Ph wi/2 of ne% of se% and w'l4
of nej of ne% of w'4... 15313 22'
22 Lafayette Jackson.. .... e% of ne'4 ex ne'% of sel.'4 or
33 ne%4 ex T and T1... ... ....15113 221
66 Lydia Daniels... ....... 7.50 chs e and w on e side of)i
86 ne% of sw%................,1Ill13t221
41 Win (aldwell... ... .... w of swi4 of -q. .. ... .. 19l322I
98 A E Farnham......... 7..50 chs n and s by 6.75 chs e*l
and w in we cor of n%4 of ;
51 .... .. ... ... .. .. !20132.'
12 Mrs E C Lee... ... .....corn at nw cor of evl of ,,w%,'421l13 22
1277 thence s 13 chs e 249' chs nA 8 ,
56 chs w 12 chs n 5 ch'h w X
-56 i chs... ......... ... .....

.. .. .... lots 95 96 97 sub of.... .......17 12:21
.. .. .... lots 5 6 11 12 13 14 19 20 21 28!
29 30 37 and lots 10 22 27 e
of R R William's sub.. .... 18i21221
.. ...... s1/i of lot 1 fractl U S G surveyt2l012211
ey... .... lots 1 and 3 blk 4 Orange Lake.211'l21!
. .. .... lot 3 blk 6 Orange Lake.... 112'11l1
ard.. .... lot 6 blk 6 Orange Lake......';211122'
... .... lot 3 blk 7 Orange Lake..... .1 1);l
... ... .. lot 5 blk 7 Orange Lake. .. 21'12 21
.. ... ... :t 1 hik 11 Orange Lake.... 21 121i
....... lot 1 blk 13 Orange Lake . 21:12i21'
... ... all of blk 3. Orange Lake .. 21 12 21
. . . . lo t . . . . . . . 1 . .i
... . ',,4 of SW ... .... .'28l12:21
... ... ne of 110e4 Of 4..... .... 291- 11
. . . . f n.'4 e.x 420 ft n aind1 s
tby %-"52 ft e and w in nwI '
cior...... ...... .. ..... .29 12 21
... .... 2 fi n alnd s by :,5 ft e and
w in nlw c ............... .. .............'i9,1 1
len.. .... 15 chs nand s by 10 chs e an(d
w in ne cor of nw%.... .... 130:12.21
... ... 1 hs n and s by 10 chs e and "
w in nw cor of ne% of nw! ;
S4.........................30 121211
.. .... .of ne4 of ne ...... .. 31;121211
.. ... ... ill of si% w of R R....... ....31 12-'211
.. ..... '4 of nei of nw% and 10 1
<'hs e and w by 23 chs n and
s in ne cor of w1% of nw4.. 3212 21
.. ... .... 'm 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... ....... ....
.. ****-'10 ft sq in nw cor of se% of
nw... ... ......... .... 33 12 21
S.. .... ,*om 690 ft w of ne cor of nw % 33 12 21
thence s 1320 ft w 164 ft n
1320 ft e 164 ft..... ....
S. .. .. *om -.50 chs w of no cor of n w
.... . ... ... ... ... .. 13311 21
thence s 10 chi w 5 chs n 10 221
chs e 5 ch.R.... ...... ......
.. ...... !0 chs n and s by 3 chs eand
w in ne cor of sw% of sw% 331221
.. ... ...e4 of se% ex 7.50 chs sq in
se cor... ... ... .....- ..... 331221
.. ......w%4 of se% ex 70 yds e and w,
by 140 yds n and s in nw
cor ...... ... ... ... ..... 331221
.. ... ... w of se%4 of 8se%4 ...... 331221
... ....nw* of nw% of nw% ........341221
S... .... SO ft e and w by 1276 ft n and
s in sw cor of se'% of nw'4..34'121211
.. ........'m 418 ft w and 418 ft n ofl
Se cor of se% of nw'%...... 361221
lthence n 418 ft w 418 ft s
418 ft e 418 ft.............
..... ... lot I... .... .. . .. .. . .124 1222
..... .... n.lw of nxv'4 and s', of nw%
and ni of sw% ex siA of
1nw% of sw 4... -........... 25,12 22
. . . . of se14 of ne%4 and se %
,"f se'% of ne% of nel%.... 261222
........ ooml 6 2-3 chs s of nw cor.. 26 12 22
thence e 30 chs s 16 2-3 chs
w 30 chs n 13 2-3 chs......
.......... 16 2-3 chs n and s by 30 chs
e and w in sw cor of nw%
ex 7.07 chs sq in sw cor ... 26 12 22
.. .. -w1 of s04 ..... ....... 26 12 22
kings ..... 6 2-3 chs n and s by 18 chs
e and w in se cor of n' of.
lt 4... ..... ...........1281222
.. ......lots and 3 Book 1 Wilbur's
i1lat Citra... ... .... ..... 27 12 29'-
... ..... ts 1 3 4 blk 11 Wilbur's plat
Citra... ...... ......... 12- 12 221
.. ...... l 2 blk 4 J A Harris's platl
tr o... . . . .. 1 .,
... .... is I and 4 ex 116 ft n and s
*n n end of lot 1 blk J Al
Harris's plat 'itra... .....- 12
S........ ..t 3 blk A Steeles ad Citra.. 12"
. lot 1 and of lot 4 bik H
Stele'.s ad Citra. .. .. i 112 .22
.. ...... i. of lot 4 blk H Steele's ad,
idl C'itra... ... ... ... ... 1, ,
.- .- .... -w of n.%4 and ni.B of seiq of' ] "
%1f.. ......... ... ...... f3112 22
... ...... i f of l/ 'f of nw4 .... ..... 31 1222
... ..... ll chs n and s by 12 chs e and
w in se cor of se%' ex 4.50
chs sq in se cor and ex 140 |
yds e and w by 70 yd.r n and
.< in ne cor .... . .. ... 3. 2 12 22
.. .... .. kiln 8 chs w of ne cor of nw4 33 12 22
litence w 2 chs s 8 chs P 21
ch11s n S .hs.. .. .....
... ..... 1.58 chs n and s by 3.16 chs
e and w in sw cor of se% of
nw/... ........... ....... 33 12 22)
Bishop.. con 10 chs w of se cor of ne4 33122
Sof nw4... ..............331222
thence w 4.15 chs n 6.90 chs
w 89 lks n 6.73 chs w 4.96
Schs n 6.37 chs e 10 chs s 201
chs ex 2 acres in.nw cor to[

Galley 3


Empire Land Co... ..... s of se1& and se1.4 of sw s 22
Unknown... ..... ........ nve' of swi'4... ... ... ..... 2Sl
L E Gammon... ... .... sw14 of ne......... . ... 2512 25
A F Freeman. ... ...... w% of sw'! of se'... ... ...25122
Unknown... ... ... ...... of se% of se....... .... 12. 25
Empire Land Co........ l, of ne4 and nw14 and nei
% of sw% and nw', of se<'26.1225,
Empire Land Co... ...... n'l of ne... .. ............. ,271 25
Otis Andrews... ... .... w of sW14 of sw . .....':
S F King......... .. ... nw4 of se'4 ... .. ... . .....32|.25|
S F King... ... ....... s42 of sw\v4 of sw14 and nt | i
of sw%4 of sw ... ...... 34j1 125
I'nknown... . .......... nw of se4..... .. .134J 12
known . . . . .. se% of sel ..... ... ........ 3. 12 2
Unknown... ........ e1 of ne% ... ... ... ... ... 36 1251
Wni Harden. ......... nw 4 of ne% and ne'* of nw% 1 1310!
C B Mason.. .. .. ......Inel ef ne ......... .... 131311
Heirs of Angeline Miller. s% of sei... ... .......... 131i19
(' C Rawls.... of ne% and e4 of w% of
ne% and w 3-4 of n% of se%
and se%4 of se% ... ... ...22 1 t11
P B Garrison.... ... .... n of nw% ex 20 acres to G &
T Copper Co on e side...... 221319
E C Ma.son... ... .....s of se% of sw%4 T & T ex2313 1s
J F Meridith.. .. ...... w% of sw% and 8% of se%
of sw% and ne% of se% of
;sw% and sw4 of se4 .....2 6Il19
I'arkuff & Kinyon.. ....:w% of nw%... ... .........27 ,719
R G Limbough.. .. .... n% of nw%... ...... ..... 3413i9
D B Morrison Co.. ...... se% of swV4... ... ... ..... 4131
Jno P McNair.. .. ..... w 3-4 of ni ............ 3 1 18
J F McNair. ...... .. ne% of ne'... ....... ..... 4.13X0
John Sherman...... ... 8% of swA of ne%...... .. ..10132
Fla Land Co... .... ..... w% of seA... ... ... .....
Emma Young... ... ... e% of sw% and w% of se%.. 1L
Heirs of T W J Stanley. e% of swV4 and w% of se% IS..133
Fla Land Co.... ... ..... e% ............ ... ..... 14.ilS
M P Thompson.. .. .... nw% of ne'... ... ... ......g43
Betty Gollins.. .. .. .... 2.50 chs n and s on n aide of
se% of aw% ............ 4... ,4,3
Hester Dawson ... ....... w% of nw% of ne% of 9e%.. 241323
A Jones.... ... ... ...... ne% of ne4A of se%A.... .... 132gH
Dan Schofield... ... .... s% of ne% of se%'A and as o
se'A... ... .............. 24114
Noah .Schofleld... ..... n% of ne% of nw%.~ .......S,13r2
Jas M Schofield......... s% of ne %of nw% ... ... .. 251l26
Dean & Bell... ........e% of sw% T & T ex.. ....23lSi3
Pleasant Miller.... ...... w% of se%. ..... ... .....2 6 lk1
Mrs V R Himes... ...... nw%4 of se% of nw% and w%
of sw% of se% of nw%.... 271426
B Pinkney.... ... ... ...sw% of se% of sw%4 of *e%2813 2
Dean & Bell.... ... ...... ne% T & T ex... ... ... ... 3113
Dean & Bell.... ... ..... e% of sw% ex T & T... .. 3213
Rubin Ellis... ... ...... w% of sw%... ... ... .....33,3 $
Calvin McMahan.. .. ... ne% of sw%........... .....134-30i
Thos Cabarras.... .....n %of neV... ... ... ........ 1,A1j
Martha Jackson.. .. .... nw'% of se% ex 418 ft n and a
by 627 ft e and w in se cor.. 3 1.A3P
P J Jackson.... ...... 418 ft n and s by 627 ft e and
i w in se cor of nw%, of se%. A321
Martha Evans.. .. .. ..s% of ne% of sw% ... ... ... .1221
Georgana Duncan.. .. ..seV of seA ... ... .......... 2
Thos Cabarras ..... .. q. % of seB% of ne% of sw%.. 31)$1
B P Hull... ........... corn 15.34 chs w of ne cor of
se% of se% ...... ... ... 31131
6 thence w 18.16 chs a 20 chs e
9.84 chs n 10 chs e 8.32 cha
n 10 chs ... . . ...
Jno Wright... ... ... ...n 3-4 of nw% of nw%.... .. 41121
W S Stewman.. .. .. ..s% of se% of ne%.. .. .... nl l
Albert Spawn.... .. ....e. of sw% ex n% of ne% off
sw % ... ... ... ... ....... ipa l
Unknown... ... ...... 228 ft n and s by 418 ft e and
w In se cor of swi4 of seW 91321
Dina Lincoln .......... 2.50 chs e and w on e side off
nw% of nw% of nw%.. .. 10,13211
Chas Harris.... ......... se% of nw% n of R R and e of
public road.... ... ..... 10 13 21
Frank Lushington.. .. .. .se% of nwA4 e of R R.. .... 1013211
W S Stewman.... ... ... Icom 206 ft s of nw cor of Pwc
of seV%.. .............. 10 21
0 thence e 420 ft n 480 ft w
420 ft s 480 ft... ... .....
S C Mayo.... ... ... .... lots 2 5 blk 5 Reddick ....... 1913,1
W S Stewman.... ... ... Lots 4 5 7 8 9 11 13 15 17 19 20
e r 21 blk 9 Reddick.. .. ....-Q 13 21
2 L M Sherouse... ... .... lot 14 blk 13 Reddlek... ..10 13 21
Delia Howard..... ... of sw% of uwh ...... 11 13 21
J Billingsley...... ...... 12.50 chs e and w on w*. of
sw/4 of sw'44 ex 293 ft sq inj
sw cor... ... .. .. ...... ll.. 1 31
7 J Billingsley... ... ......293 ft sq in sw ,r o.f w 11.. II 13(2 1
SWm Jackson... ... 418 ft e of sw tcor of n .% m 13 13121!
thence e 420 ft n :130 ft w '
420 ft .4s 330 ft.. . .
Celia Small.... ... ....... w 3-4 of nw% of .sw ... .... 13 1321
W S Stewman... ... .....lot 7 Benedict's sub tof ne '.. 15 1321,
L N Sherouse... ... ... lots 25 26 Benedict's sub of n*-l
% ..... ... ... .. ;1 ,13 21
M H Rou... ... ... .... Ion w ,nd of lot 2... ... ... .. . 1 1321:
J F McNair... ..........lsw%/ of sw'% .x wi of wI 1 i ;
I Jar of sw%4 of sw4... ....... .i(31.,
Jno Parker... ... ....... lOt 3 bik K Bishop's ad Fair- I
field. ................... .. 2l Il3;2-
W B Jenkins...... .....lot 4 blk K Bishop's ad Fair-i ' i
field ... .. .......... ....!. 1 13/(
J R Carter...... ...... lot 1 blk 2 Benedict Heights. .;l |1321|1
Willie Sams...... ...... lot 23 blk 6 Benedict H,'igths 1|l13|211
Chas W Torry.......... nw% of sw%... ... ......11911121
J M Mefferr............ lots 32 33 34 J H 4'ampbell's| ( | I
survey of e part of S F grant
and lots 1 and 2 sec 21. and i
lot 1 see 28-sec 21 and.... 23 11 l1
W F Hull... ... *** ...* com at se cor. .. .. .. .... 21121

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% aof nw .......... ......
*0 of N% of nw'*.... .. .....U
w*% C aw' of Be% of nw%.
33 chs n a d a by 12.42 chs e
ad w in ne cor..........
w' % of mw'%........... ...M
7.97 chs q in se cor of sw% 34
ne% of nw% ... ... .... .... 35
140 yds n and a by 70 yds e
and w in sw cor of nw% .... 5
se% of sw%. ...... ....... .35
sw% of sw% ... ... ... .....35
7 chn sq in nw cor of lot 24.. 6
lots 5 6 10... ... ... ....... 7
com at ne cor lot 24... ..... 7
thence w 20 chs s 10.81 chs
n 44 deg 30 min e to e bdy
of lot 24 n 2.19 chs ex 3 acres
in sw cor... ... ... .......
lot 21... ....... ............ 7
sw1 of sw%'......... ..... 9
a % of nw%. .... ... ... 10
sw% of nw%. ex 1. acre to.
church... ... ... ... ... .. 14
sw% of se%'... ... ... .....14
com 12.50 chs e of nw cor of
sw% of ne% ....... ... .. 16
thence e 10 chs s 12 chs w 10
chs n 12 chs...............
kts 4 28... ... ... ... ..... 18
lot 17......... .... ... ..... 18
lots 24 25 26 27 ex 28% acres"
sold... ... ... ... ...... ... 18
220 yds e and w by 165 yds n
and s in se cor of lot 26.... 18
lot 1........ ... ... ... .....T 9
lot 7... ... ...... ... ..... 19
me% of sw%.... ..... ... ...20
ne% of ne%. ... ... ... ... 23
ne % of sw%.... ... ... ..... 029
lots 21 22 231.... ... ........ 30
7.07 chs sq in sw cor of nw%
of sw% ... ... ..... .. .. 35
sw% ... ... ... ... ....... 1
nw% of se %... ... ..... ... 1
lots 9 14... ... ... ........ 9
12.50 ohs e and w on e side of
lot 3... ... ... ... ... .... 16
12.50 chs e and w on e side of'
lot 3 for 1907.... ... ... ... 16
lot 10... ... ... ... ........ 16
w% of se% of ne% and se% of
nw' and ne' of sw% .... 17
ne% of se% and n% of se% of
se% ... ... ... ... ... ...'17
sw% of se% of se%........ .. 17
ne% of sw% and s% of sw% 30
s %of sw% of ne %of sw%.. 4
w% of lot 9 and lot 10.. .. .. 9
sw% of lot 6.... ... ... ..... 10
s% of lot 12.... ... ... ... ... 10
lots 2 4 5 blk 1 Kerr City.... 10
lot 12 blk 6 Kerr City.. .... 10
lot 3 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. ..10
lot 6 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. ...10
lot 9 blk 8 Kerr City.. .. .... 10
lot I blk 10 Kerr City.. .... 10
lots 14 15 blk 11 Kerr City.. 10
lot 26 blk 13 Kerr City.. .. ..10
lots 29 30 blk 13 Kerr City.... 10
lots 1 2 5 Titcomb's sub...... 16
lots 1 2 3S... ... ... ........ 21

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.. .. ...e% of tot 5... ...... ..... 221325
Mas a.. ..n% of n% of lot 3..... ..... 251325
... .... lots 12 13 and 1 acre in sw cor
of lot 3... ... ... ... ... 251325
... ..... tlot 2 ex 2 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
cor of lot 10 and ex 1 ch e
and w by 10 chs n and s in
nw cor and ex 3.16 chs e and
w by 6.32 chs n and s in sw
S""I cor...... .. .... ...... 261325
f... ... ets S 6 11 12 ex e% of ne% of
lot 11... ... ... ... ... .. 26 13 25
.. ... ...% of se% of lot 8..........261325
... ... sw of lot 9... ... ... .....26'132S
........lot 14 blk 5 Michigan City.. 26 1325"
.. ......tlots 13 15 16 blk 6 Michigan
City... ... ... ... ... .. 2 1325
.... .....4Wt 3 blk 7 Michigan Citk.... 261325
......... lots 11 12 blk 7 Michigan
City... ... ... ... ... ....261325
........ tot 11 blk 10 Michigan City .. 26 13 25
... ...... ot 1 blk 11 Michigan City.. 26 13 25
.. ....... lots 3 6 7 9 10 11 blk 11 Michi-
gan City. ............ .... 21325
.. ... ...lots 1 and 4 blk 12 Michigan
City... ... ... ... ... .... 261325
........ .95 cha e and w by 8 chs n
and s In nw cor of ne% of!
se% and n% of s% of n% of
sw% of se'%... ... ... .... 331325
... .. ... w% of me %of ne%.. .. ....341325
........ nw of sme% ... .... ..... ... 341325
.....w% .of sw%4 of se% of nw%336 13251
... ... .sw% of sw% ... ... ... .....361325(
... ..... .S the and w by 1360 ft n andi "
sIn s cor of nw%.. .. ..361325
... ..... lots 1 2 3 and w% of ne% and
s% of nw% ... ... ... ..... 161326
hId)....... sw% of ne%.... ... ......... 114 19
... ...... sP of sw % ... ... ... ....... 214119
........... chb n and s by 20 chs e and
w on n side of se'% of nw0121419
.. ...... comn 8 chs s of nw cor of se%
of nw% ... ... ... ... ..... 1214 19
thence s 20 chs e 8 chs n 20
cfs w S chs..... .........I
... ..... nw% of se of se' .. ..... .1214191
........ of set of se ... ..... 121419
a.. . .. 4 of net ... .... .. ... ...J15'14 91
.. ... t of s ........... ... 35 14 19'
... ..... nea of ne and w% of ne!
andand we and We% of se% ex
T & T ..... .... . . . 1 1420
... ......% and e4 of nw'4 and sw4w
ex T & T.... ... .......... 21420
... ......n% of net% and swv% of ne 1
Sand e 1 of wI ex 939 ft sq
in ne cor ex T & T.......... 31420
.. .. ...... of ne% ... .. ...... .. 14 20
........ n of % ex T T.... 414'20
........ .m 140 yds n of se cor of ne%
of uev% .. ....... .... 4 14 20
thence n 210 yds w 70 yds s
210 yids e 70 yds ......... ..
... ..... of ne of se4 .... ..... 61420
... ..... net of se% Ose% ........ 614,20
..........% of ne' of sw ............ 714.20
... ...... e% of ne ex se of se1% of
ne ......... .... .... ...... 8 14 20
... .....Ne% of se% of ne% ex T & T 81420
... ...... w of nw% ex T & T..... .. 8'14 20
.. ...... % of nw% ... ... ... ....... 9 1420
........sw of sw% ex T & T '& T.... 9 14120
........ 250 yds e and w by 195 yds n I
and s in sw cor of nw'% of)
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... ... ...w of sw'4 and ne4 of sw%
ex T & T........ ......... 101420
... ... ... n and n 1of sw4 and w% of
m e% x T & T............ 12 14,20
. ......W of sw ex T & T.......1314.20
ers .. ... nwS of sw%4...... ... ..... 1414201
......... w% of sw% and swv of se% I
and nj of Te% ex T & T.... 15 14 20
... ..... n 4 of nw% ... ....... .... 16 14201
... ......w4 of nw %of nw .. .. .11614201
... .....n% of sw'S and se4 of sw, % 1
and s8 of ew% ex T & T ....l16 14120!
... ..... ne% of ne % ex T & T..... .17i14T2o0
... of no e and w% of neo| l | I
and ne% of nw% ex T & T. .21114!201
... ......s of ne% and n% of nw%! I i
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no Butler...... ... ...'330 yds e and w by 220 yds n
and s in se cor of ne% of nw
.... :.. .. .. . . 33
ean & Bell. ...... ...... se% of nw% and ne %of sw%y
and nw% of se% ex T & T733
ean & Bell. ............ lots 4 5 6 sub of s% of s%..3.. 3
ean & Bell. ............ n% of ne% aran ne% of nw% .
ex T & T..... ......... ;35
eirs of H M Clark.. ... w 3-4 of swY of sw% and w
3-4 of s% of sel/ ex T & T35
ean & Bell.... ... ...... n% of nw% ex T & T.. ...... 36
M Meffert... .......... e 3-4 of s/................. 7
J Townsend.... ... .... w% of nw of neV4 .. .. .... 9
*M Meffert. ............w% of nw4 of nw% ......... 9
ean & Bell... ... ... ..e% of nw% of nw% and swV!4
of nw% ... .. ........ 9
H Haynes... ... ... .. s% of se of seY4 ex 140 yds
n and s by 210 yds e and w
in se cor ex T & T.........9
rank Campbell... ...... nw% of se14 ex T & T.. .... 9
Anderson.... ... ...... corn 6.33 chs s of nw cor of se 9
of seY4......... ... ..... 9
thence e 15 chs s 3.67 chs w
15 chs n 3.67 chs ex T & T
eil J Townsend.... 60 ft w of nw cor blk 4
Martin... ... ... ...*..... 110
thence w 41714 ft s 417% ft e
417% ft n 417% ft ........ .
'illie Townsend... ..... com at sw cor of se% ........ 10
thence e 4.20 chs n 3.18 chs
e 7.11 chs n 37 deg 30 mmin w
3.37 chs e 11 chs n 13.79 chs]
w 3.95 chs s 6.23 chs w 16.05i
chs s 13.77 chs........-.... I
L Wiley... ... ....... com 5 chs s of nw cor of sw%4i10
thence s 5 chs e 35.68 chs nf
7 deg 30 min w 5.05 chs wl
35.08 chs ... ... ...........
E Smith ... ..........s 2-3 of s of f sw%.......... 11
onza Cox ...... ... ... corn 4.74 chs s of nw cor of seo1
% . . . . . . . . .. -1 1 0
thence 2.37 chs e 4.74 chs n0
2.37 chs w 4.74 chs.. ......
W at se cor of w of se' 10
thence n 6.21 chs w 11 chs s
37 deg 30 min e 7.40 chs e 6.71i
chs...... .... ... ... .....
onroe Bros & McDonald 16.35 chs e and w by 6.23 chs
n and s in nw cor of sw% oflt
se% ... ... ... *. ..... **
ell J Townsend ..... lots 1 and 2 blk 1 Martin.... 101
J Townsend.... ... ... lots 15 16 17 blk 6 Martin...... 10
J Townsend.... ... .... lot 2 blk 8 Martin...... ...... 10
J Roess... .........lot 10 blk 13 Martin.... ... ... 10
T Wesner ...... ......lots 1 2 S 4 blk 19 Martin.... 10
L Wiley............ lots 1 2 blk 23 Martin........ 0
L Wiley..............lots 1 2 3 4 blk 24 Martin...... 10
Warren ...... ... .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk 25 Martin ....10
ate Grenault.... ... .... lots 1 2 3 4 blk 29 Martin .... 10
lia Greene ...........all of lot 4 blk 31 Martin......10
Patterson ....... ....... lot 4 blk 32 Martin.. .. .... 10
aldwin Hose Co.... ....lots 1 2 blk 35 Martin.. .. ....10
attie Brown. ..... .... e% of se14......... ... ... 11
ephen Brown... ...... nw% of nw% and 12.50 chs e
and w on w side of sw4..121
attie Brown.... ... ..... sw1 of nw% ex T & T ...... 12
uckey & Tiller Co... .. nwY4 of se% ex T & T.. .... 14
enry Riley... ... ... .. w% of sw%.... ... ... ... ...14
W Bidding ...... ..... 2 acres in shape of triangle in
ne cor of nwY% of ne% ......15
onday Maynor... ...... s 3-4 of se% of nw%4... ... .. 15
otop Eichelberger.. .... corn at ne cor of seY ... ......15
thence s 652 ft w 11 ft nw
with R R 762 ft e 253 ft......
ewis Washington.... .... e% of neW of nw% of se%.. 15
enry Riley... ... ... .. se% of se% ex nw% of se% of'
se 4 ... ... ... ...... ..... 15
onday Maynor... ...... nw% of se% of se% ........ 15
ewis Washington... .... w 3-4 of n% of nw of seW. 15
1o Mazon.... ... ... ... neW of sw%4...... ........16
battle Brown. ... ...... 6 chs e and w on w side of e%
of se% of nw % ...... ...... 17
S Bradley.... ... ...... w% of se% of nw%.... ...... 17
onroe Bros & McDonald n% of se %of sw % ......... .17
H Kinsler.... ... ...... nw% of sw%4...... ..... ...17
W Crosby... ... ...... nw% of se% and n% of ne% of
sw% and se% of ne% of sw% 18
H Haines... ... ... .. s% of se% of se% ex 140 yds n
and s by 210 yds e and w in
se cor.... ... .. ... ....... 19
C McLeod.... ... ..... ne% of ne% and e% of se% of
ne% ...... ... ... ... ...... 22
aylor Wright.... ... .... n% of ne% of ne% of se% ....22
alter Nichols. ..... ... n% of s% of sw% of ne%.... 24
alah James.... ... .....e% of nw% ex 5 chs n and s
on n end.... ... ... ..... ... 24
im Strap.... ...... ....asw4 of sw%. ..... ... ..... 25
len Tucker. ...... ...... n% of ne% of nw% of se%.... 25
rm Smith.... ...........216 ft sq in nw cor of ne% of
se%..... ...... ......... 26
.s Kinsler...... ...... nw4 of sw%...... ........ 27
orris Murrell.........e% of se% of se% .........27
m Murrell...... ......w% of se% of se%W. ... ...27
an'l Green... ......... e %of sw% ex T & T.. ...... 28
rs J K of se%...... ... .......28
e Richmond.... .. .....swW of ne% and s% of nw%
and nw% of sw% ex T & T.. 29
as Kelly...... ....... s% of nw% of ne% ex w% of
sw% of nw% of ne% ex T &
T....................... 30
E & W J Waters.....nw%... ....... ...........30
?irs of Mrs I Stafford.. s% of ne%4 and n% of se% and
s% of se% ex 140 yds sq in
sw cor ex T & T............32
esley Gerome......... seW of sw% of ne% ex T & TI33


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Dora Daniels ........... ne% of sw% ex T & T... ....3314 21
3 27 Win Lever... ......... w% of neW4......... ..... 341421
J K Stewart.... ... ...... w% of nw% ... ... ... ..... 34 14 21
J E & W J Waters.. .... se%... ... ... ... ... ... .... 34 14 21
O C James... ... ....... se% of sw% ... ... ... ..... 36 14 21
3 371 W T Smith (Paid)........ s% of nw% ex 1 sq acre in se
95 cor and nw% of sw%..... ... 11422
1 72 Louise L Russell......... ne% of nw% ex n% of se4 of
4 48 neW of nw%"... ...... ... 2214 22
8 01 H A Xtwater ..... .... n% of se% of ne% of nw4 .... 21422
Fla French Phos Co......sw% of nw% and s% of se4
1 21 aof sw%4. ..... ... ... ..... 2 14 22
21 21 Fla French Phos Co.... .nw% of nw and se4 of nw%'
oT se% ......... ......... 2 14 22
18 39 j L Perry.... ... ... ....swW of nw' of se4 ........ .21422
Fla French Phos Co.. .. nw% of sw% and s 1-3 of sw%,
E2 40 of nw% and s%4 of ne% of'
15 49 sw% and a 3-4 of se% of sw%4
5 49 and sw% of sw% ex 420 ft
5 49 sq in sw cor and se% ...... 3 14 22
Fla French Phos Co.. ... .s e of R R... .... ... ..... 41422
S Talton.. .... .... ....s% of nw% of seWV.... .. .. 81422
11 F Preston.... ... .... w% of nw% of nw% of nw4.. 9 14 "22
2 36 j R Fonville... ... ... ..sw %of nw%... ... ... ..... 91422
1 46 Salima Brown.... ... ....corn 20 ft w and 30 ft s of ne
1 46 cor of sw%,.. ... ... ..... 91422
2 47 thence w 220 ft s 392% ft (
220 ft n 392% ft...... ....
6 80 F W Bishop.... ... ... .. corn 160 yds e of nw cor of nw
1 22 of se% ... ... ... ... .. 9 14 22
2 97 thencee e 70 yds s 140 yds w
4 99 70 yds n 140 yds........
2 47 Mattie F Holton.. .. .....that part of se% of se% w of I
R R............ . ........ 9 14 '22
2 32 R L Rockett.. .. .. ....corn at intersection of Oakland
2 32 ave and Third st. Anthony.. 9 14 22
thence w 300 ft n 290 ft e 300
5 79 ft 290 ft.. ...... ... ...
D A Smith. ..... ......corn 100 ft w of sw cor R R
18 99 depot grounds Anthony .. .. 9 14 22
1 96 thence w 200 ft s 40 ft e 200
2 73 ft n 40 ft............ ...
Wm E E Kates.. .......corn 157 ft e and 288 ft s of sw
9 32 cor R R depot grounds An-
4 24 thony... ... .......... 9 14 22
1 72 thence e 157 ft s 139 ft w 107
ft n 129 ft w 50 ft n 10 ft....
10 83 Wm Plair ...... ... ..... corn at se cor R R depot
2 47 grounds Anthony.... ...... 9 14 22
thence s to R R n with R RI
4 78 212 ft e to p o b... ... ...
D W Bishop.... ... .....corn 60 ft e and 375 ft s of sw
15 87 cor R R depot grounds An-
2 97 thony. ......... ..... ... 9 14 22
2 97 thence s 150 ft e 165 ft n 150
ft w 165 ft... ... ... .....
io rA ,....n-.. ..... lt 25 swain's olat Anthony..







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2 66

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2 66

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1 72

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2 46

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Mose Graham.............
Nancy Tompkins.. .. ....
Fla French Phos Co.. ..

G.ary Neacenan..

EiImI; Frazier.. .
Vini Moore.... .

Jno J,.nnings.. .. .. .. sw%
s C
Dan Jnennigs.. .. .. .... 2 % c

Mrs P Sanders....... ... 132
Fla French Phos Co.. ... se
Unknown.. .. .. .. ..... ne%
Heirs of J J Baskin.. .. n1
Mrs M W Hendon.. .. .. w%1
Unknown... ... ... .....sw%
Unknown... ......... e (
Fla French Phos Co.. .. corn
Mrs I E Morse.. .. ......15 c
s i
W Luffman & Bro.......414 f

D H Souter......
J H Hunter... ...
T E Conway. .....

Hunt & Ferguson......

Stuckey & Tiller ........

Stuckey & Tiller..

W H Walker..........
Unknown... ... ... .....
J C French... ... ... ...

Jno Robertson... .
Unknown... ... .
Paul Hampton...

J C Baldwin.. ..
Unknown.... ....
Laura P Thomas..

Stuckey & Tiller.... ...
\V R 'ampbell.... .....
R A & J D Shaw .......

\V J Hogan.. . .......
t Milligan also J C Bald-
w in ... ... ... ... .
Jas. Quarles... ........
E P Rentz Lbr Co.. ....
Fla Land 'Co... ... .....
A M Treadwell. .........

C J Camp... ...... ......
J N Tiller .... ......
U'nknown... .........
W W Riley................
I'nknown. ... ... ... ..

1) D Richardson .... ....

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

G R Smith.... ... ... ..
0 B Howse... ... .......

E Smith...... .
Annie R O'Lite.


Unknown... ...
Unknown ......
C J Camp... ..

J N Tiller... ... ... ...
Unknown........ .....
Irvin Welhoner........

Chas S Adams...
Unknown.. .. ....-

Jas Quarles... ... ... lots
Jas Quarles. ... ... ..... w%
C'has S Adams. ... ... ne%
Chas S Adams.. .... ... s% o
Tropical Land Co.. Ltd .. n/%
Wm A Witherill.. .. ....9.48 c
Win A Witherill.. .. .... w% o

14 20 90
14 20 80
14 21 240
14121 20
14 21 10

14 211 60

1421 13.66
14 21 40

14 21

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UL S ... ... ... .. 33j1423
If nw% of ne% ..........341423
Grahamville--ecs 35 anc 3614 23
chs n and s by 8 chs e I
1 w in sw cor of n% of lot 36

f ... ... ........ 3 14 23
... ...2 d 14 24
chs n and s on n side of
% of nw%4............ i
11 12 .................... 18 1424
of nw ... ****........1814 24
of ne% ... .. ...* *....1914124
f nw% *** ** **..... 14241
of ne ... ...... ...... 211141241
Sn ...... ...... 271141241
chs n and s by 3.16 chs e ; I
t w In ne cor of seS.. .. 31T141241
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4 and e% of se%4 of ne k&4 fi
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of ne% and e, of s' of I
% ... ... ...... ... ... ... II 142
of nw% and w2 of sc. ,,f '-
S .. . .. .. .. .. . 1 14 2-
of sw% and nt. of s.-, 11'1422'
f nw% ... ... ... ... .... . Il2i14 2*
of sw ... ... ...... . . 112 14 221
of ne%.. .. 13 14'"22
of sw% ex se<4 ,of no-,i I |
sw % ... ... ... ..... ... 13|14122l
of se% of sw and se% %4 and s of ne'4 of nw%113 14j22
of nwW4... ... ... ..... 114'14)2
of se% of ne%.... ....... 114 14 22-'
of sY of se4 of ne4 ......114 1.171
of nw4 and e 3-4 of s of }
V of nw% and e% of ne14 I
sw% of nw% and nw% of
%4 and n% of sw% of sw I
d s of ne% of sw% and
of se% of sw% and 3 1-3'
s e and w by 10 chs n anol I
on w side of sel% of s. [
SW .. .. . . .. .. 14 1422
5 chs w of ne c(r oif nw'14j
nw% . ..... ......... . I, 141
*nce s 7.30 chs e 13.62 h.xhs n!
0 chs w 13.62 chs .... ....
re s of R R in nt; of nw 'I.14 '
140 yds n of sw cor of nw
of nw ... ... ... ....1 14 2
*ne e 70 yds n 70 yds w
yds s 70 yds.. .. ......
of nw% ex 2.5o hs n and
on n side. .. .. ... .... '151:
bhs n andi s on n side of 1 ( I
of nw% .. .... .. ....... .1422)
yds n and s by 36m yds &el !
d w in se cor of nwW4 of!l l
% ... .. .. ... ... ..... 5'1
of ne 4 and n.14 of #se-f
d 14 chs n and s on n side
nw% of se% ... ... .... I15.14K2
of sw % ... ... ...... ... 15,14 ':!:
of nw% of ne% ........ .. 14
of nw% ... .... ... .. ll914.
of se ... ... ... . .142
of nw.4 . ..... .. ... ..1. 4t
at ne cor of se% of ne-, .I'22141|2
nee s 2.50 chs w 20 chs n,
chs e 20 chs R 7.50 chs.-. I
is e and w by 10 chs n and)
n nw cor of sw% of sw% 23 14 2'12
t n and s on a side of sew
sw% ... ... ... .. . 27 14 22.'
of ne% and ne% of seos.. 29114 221
of sw% ... ..............29114 22
If e% and sw% of neP and 1
4 of e% of nw4 ... ... ... 3 14 '22'
of ne% and 8 chs n and I
>n s side of nw'% of ne%.. 3 14 224'
of ne% of sw% ex 12 chs
and w by 5 chs n and s in
r cor and nw%' of nw'j and
% of se%... ... .... .... .33114 2i
of se of nw% of w' I l
d s% of nw% of sw%4 of'
% and ne'% of sw% of sw
** * *.. .......33 14 221
of nw% of sw% of swS.. 3314 22
of ne%' ... ... ... ....... 33 14221
ft n and s by 390% ft e and
in ne cor of sw% of se% 34 14 22]
of w% of ne% ex T & T.. 36 14: *.'
of ne% ex T & T.. .. 36 14 22j
of lots 8 and 9 s of branch I
T & T... ... .. .. .... 1 141231
of lot 4 ....... ... ... ... . 2 14 23,
of lot 3..... ... ..... ... .. 141231
chs e and w on e side oF I;
/4 of sw%4... .... .. .. 61141231
of nw% ... ... ... ...... 7;l4- t
of lot 3 .. .... .l... ..l. '3
f lot 5 ex 7.85 chs s in nwl ," I
and ex T & T.......... 14231
... ... .. ... ...* . . 14 :
lot i4... ... ... .. .. .: 1314
of lot 14... ........... .. 1314

9 10n of river and n' ofI!-
3 and sub of lot 8 ..... 1'2414-231
13 14 15 22 23 24 25 2 27' '
Sof se%. ........i.,-4-131
16 17 18 21 sub of e4 127'14 23
19 20 28 29 30 sub of se9 02714-23

blk 1 sub of e'. "....30.143'
bk 5 sub of e% lot 3 blk| 1 )
-ub of e .. .. ....3014 23.
if lot 1 and e of lot 4 bik o '
ub of e ... .,.. .,,
If lot 1 and all of 4lot 4 ik" -
'ub of e ....... .......30114 23'
ex lot in Custer's ad to Sf
Prark ... .. ........ 31 14 3
of sw% and swW of seW 2
T T............ ....31 14 23
of se ......... .."3114
of nw ... .... ....... .. 3- 4 231
39 and 40 Custer s ad to
ver Springs.......3114^!
3and 4 Paradise...... 32114 231
3 4 blk 9 Paradise...... 32114 231
' 3 blk 10 Paradise....... 3214 23
1 3 4 and 2 ex 1 ch e and 1
on e side blk 11 Paradise 32114 23.

1 4 blk 12 Paradise...... 32114 231
f blk 13 Paradise .. .. 3214 231
of sw ex T & T.. .. 32114.231
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C L D .. ** ....* w of nw% and set of nw- i ,

bpaw).aand nw', of sw ex T & T261518 16 800
ru Lage .... ..... e of Ofe% andnw l of se% 3015 18 80 4 31
nof eex 4.50 chs n and a on
Mac Hamilton... .......cone 24ed 5-6 ft s *** ..... 11519 52 5 79
thence s1 yds w 43 ydn 1519
A Mention. ....1 y11 yds e 43 d .. ........ 1 2 06
........... 63 yd e and w by 34 3-4 yds
L H taffod. ...... ......0n and s in ne cor .*... .... 11519 .50 1 76
............cor 210 ft of ne cor of se% 21519
t hene n21oft w 320 ft s 40
4'has Ford ... ...... l wth R R to p o b.... .95- 1 31
.Ge P Murphy...........cor at R ex o acre to R R 2 15 19 8 297
_M* at R Rcrossing on e bdy 21519
thence s 30 ft w 30 ft n 30 ft
e 30 ft ...................... . 3"
1 A Murphy .. ... .... .. 3R R *si ng 3::
"rn 30 ft s of R R crossing on
bdy... ... ... ... ....... 21519
thence w 60 ft n 60 ft e 60 ft
known .. ... 6(1 ft...... ... ............ 2 62
L T Hendricks... .. ... c.on at s cor ,f lot 2- blk4 4 15 19 So 11 4S
Rth6m1.. .. 6 9
t-n s .7. ft ft n
I H ,ay f~ .nt ft.............- I 1 5
S H Ha r v ..f n%14 of n 1 .......... 21 15 19' 14 9

M Hs M R R ... (Pad)...4. . .. ............ ..... 315l 160 9 7
M J '4pp -rv n.. . z Of n4 f n1 19. . . . I *> 9 2 f 21 97
J h A ldrI . . . . .. of S .. .. . .. 1519 4( 2 97

i m m le J ..n v .. . .... . i i o l l* i x 7 c h1 s4 0 in s1' 2 97

< hb& rd . .M.o...'. .S.." % h.. s in .r of s of
S oun .. ... ... n ......... of n.. .. i36 15 1i 1601 3
SF Fol . . .... of n ..x T & T.. .... 1 152. ) 4 840 4 -(S
' W 8R Rll.c. Paid) ..... .w \ otf n1, .*x 4und n. yds n and |

S tllS, L Ba, ,- ... of n,: of N 0 an 90t 5 5
L B.u tler. ..u ... ..... ..4 yds sq in s cr of ni, of n o14 i

S of nw .... ... ... ....... 17l 21 0 1 1 6.
E -7 rh.. ... ..... .l- 'of S"I154j .. ....r2f1 5f-I

i u W ..hin.ton.... .4...... of wu of nw Andr ... ... .. .... of n o... ... ..... ..1 ,

"nard.o ... . ..... sw % of nw. ...... .... ... . 1. 40) 3 77
j F. l k fB txs .. ......... . nl.. \ f 'f n 4 -x T & T .f. '14 15111sI i ll ,

nw%- of $t 4.... ...........-1 15!2 1 30! 142
L Butler....... ........ 70 yds sq in s. cor 4if n =. ,of no'
14 of nw% 4... .... .... ......11711.-112 11 1 5"
Lizzie p Washington........ s4 of swL, of n\.-4 41f nw\14'..17:17, 2; 5 1 46
Andr.-w hepherd.......s' of ne14' of nl-i v4 of tv1,..SI 15 2, 51 19
T R. F A & W"A Wood- I --
ward...............sw1A of nw% ..............-1201) 40'3 4 77

I'lark. Ray. Johnson Co.. sw% of ne4.... ............ 2115. '1
Loutia A Garner.. .. .... ner of se% and el- se%4 and n1g of nek4 of sw'4
of se . . . . . . . ;21i 1ir *
la. 'ribbet.t .... ..... ne% of ne14 .... ... ... ..... ..2315 2;
Predleton heirs (Paid).... slt of ne%4 of se% of se%. ....|241 15;2'..!
FP R Pendleton (Paid)..... s. of nw of seli of se. .|2415|20
Frank Jefferson.... .. .. sw %of sw, and s' of nw%'i
of sw ......... ... ......28!1,.20,
Jimmi- Langley.. .. .... .e of sW*,4 of sw% and 105 ftl 1 !
sq in sw cor of nt,/ of sw4%130!15;20!
Henry Roddenberry....... e of sw% of se%..... ......i30i15 '20
Jimmie- Langl ey .. ...... n% of nw% and se% of nw%, 1 I
and nu ,, of sw%4 .... ... 31 15 20;
Fla FrInch Phos Floyd Summers.. .. .... sw% of se ... ... ... ..... 15!211
usaim M Mitchell .. .. .. sw5 of nw, ....... ... ... .2J15211
Henry Gadsden (Paid).. s% of ne% ex 420 ft e and w
by 630 ft n and s in ne cor I
and n% of se%... ... ..... 215211
Mrs L E Ferguson.. .... nw of ne%....... .......... 3115:21:
Heirs of Mrs I Stafford.. nw %of ne% and e,-6 of nw% i
and ne Aof sw'% ex T & T 5115 211
F q, Smith ...... ... ... nw% of ne% and ne% of nw%4 6 15211
Annie ltevenion ..... sw ,, of ,e% ... ... ... ..... 15 21
I'mknown........ .. .. se% of sw ... ... ... ...... 61521
Phil UApromb ..... nw%4 of ne% .............. 8 15 21
Mam Dickson.......... 220 ft n and s by 660 ft e and
w in sw cor of sw%4.... ... 91521
1Ittlek Smmons thence e 660 ft n 220 ft w 660
ft a 220 ft...... ... ..... ..
*Cyrus Wilketrson ....... c.m 440 ft n of sw cor....... 91521
thence e 660 ft n 220 ft w 660
ft s 220 ft ... . . .... . .
Jan.t Murrell ........... 7.50 chs e and w by 13 chs n
and s in sw cor of ne% of
ne .. ... ... . ...... .. 11 15121
Taytor Spragina (Paid).. wW of sel. of nwA4 of se% 1115 21
MaIg S pragns .. ...... com 630 ft s of ne cor of nw%
S.. .. .. e% ........ .. ... .....11 15'21
thence s 210 ft w 420 ft n I
210 ft e 420 ft........ ....
stehen 5pragins... ...e% of se% of nw% of se%. 11 1521
Mr M A Phillips ..... %of nw% ... ... ... .. 12 1521
SOpragins.. .. ...... .% of se% ofnw% of sw%....1215121
OsaS Bro (Paid)...... nw% of nw% ......... ... .. 1315 21
mss Mitchell (Paid). e of se, of nw'!.... ...... 14.15121
L J Hatcher .. ......... w% of se% of nw%4... ....... 14 15121
Bradley Wilkernon.... ..717 ft e and w by 564 ft n and
a in nw cori of t; of nw 1.. 15l1521
'Crup Wilkerwon (Paid) .. corn 747 ft e of nw cor of sW of ,
nw% ... ... ... ......... 15 15'21
thence s 332 ft e 1516 ft n I
332 ft w 1516 ft .. .......... I I
Haitti. I .... ....6.66 chs e and w on e side of| I
sw% of seW ... ... ... ... 151151211
Snkn.n1... ...n of ne .... ... .. . 2115 211
Hnning L & I co....... w% of sw4.................. 221 52I
Henning L &IoC (Paid)... wW of nw% and ne% of nw% 27 151"1
SK andy. ........ ne% of nw% ...... .........34115211
rd W right ...... ...... s of nw ...... ... .......X 34il5215
atrmi &- Son Agts of nw4 ex 7 chs sq in ne'
r hh t cor.... .... ... ... .......35115 21
Maria 1 Hank- ....... all of ex 105 ft sq in nw vor of
blk 7 Silver Springs.. .. ... 115,22
a. Williamns... .. 1.12 chs sq in ne cor blk 11 Sil-
ver Springs .. .. ..... .. .. 115,22
r I) Iml ..... n.% blk 12 Silver Springs ... 115 22;
Mry P 1)H la. s 1.50 chs sq In sw cor lot 3 blk
Mary I) Harr- .. 14 Silver Springs.. .. .... 115322
corn 210 ft w of se cor of nw t, i
B. thence n 110 ft w 11" ft s
110 ft e 110 ft.... .... ....
corn 210 ft s of nw cor of ne% 1 1522
.motint ....... thence s 210 ft e 210 ft n 210
ft w 210 ft.... ..... .......* I
n..... of nw, 1 .............. 1:15.22
I'nknon .. *.. corn 10 chs w tof ne cor of j i
Poll)y Mc il'a * of swi... ... .. . ... .....1 2 15i22-
thence %w with R R 210 ft s at" i
right angle with R R 193 ft e'
209 ft n 175 ft . ... ...... .
nw% and n1 of sw.. 21322
I'nknown s* s of ne% of nw . .... 4 15'221
Mary Thloma ... --*... ots 7 and sub of s.... .... 1522-,
Walter Mott ... ... * lots 7 and sub of s.... . 41522
Wm Buckley .......*.... lot 37 sub of s.... .. ... 41522
pr rF Dait (Paid)......lot 42 ub nef ................ 515!22
Altk M &Haskell.. .. .... ne of ne% .ofse...... ...... 5115,22
W MOntu of ne of se............ 22
I W Mntaug e. *....... t of se%... ... ... ........ 6 122
Fla Packing A Ic. * ..... of ne'4 ex 140 yds sq in I
W W lyatt. .. .. * ne cori... ... ... ...... .. 711522
SPaid)......lot 3 bik 12 Munden's sub .... 7122 .
SM)orrton (Pald).....w. of blk 11 Munden's sub.. .,15 22_
Martha Reddik... * lot; 1 3 4 blk 2 Robinson & I
A J Mention... ** ***** Large's ad Ocala..... ...... 7115i22:
lots 5 6 7 S blk 7 Marion j
Henry Hogan .. *... Heights...... ........ -11 22
lots 5 6 7 S blk 7 Marion
H ry Hogan... ...* **.. eights for 1907... ... ... 7 15221
lots 6 7 bik 8 Marion Heights 715 2
W O .rer... .....* *.. .blks 1 2 3 4 5 6 and lots 1 3 4
'.kmWn ... * ** blk 7 and lots 1 2 3 4 5 8 blk
8 and blks 9 10 and lots 5 6'
8 bik 11 and blks 12 and 13
Marion Heights ........... 715 22
S. corn 1247 f t n and 1492 ft e'
Mary RoUndtree.. of .w cor........... ... ". 815!22
thence s 105 fte 210 ft n 10| 5
ft w 210 ft .............. I
...... .. 3-4 of sw% of neW and sw' d I
K L Vaugi'o se; of sw4 ex T & T. .110115t22
DDrl ht on.- **.. .. s:- of so' of ne% of s5WL.. 13,152.!
..... .... 3-4 of s4 of nw% of 5%.... 13I,522.
Pik .... ..tlot 10 sub of nw - ..- 1415. 22
....... "_. rnc oK flr n'.' ........... 1415 22--

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E B Duncan... ... 33 ft e of sw cor Alvarez) I I [
grant... ... ... ... ....... 15 22
thence e 14.14 chs n 14.14 chs
w 14.14 chs s 14.14 chs.. .. 20 11 43
T R Gary.... ...... .... nw% of nw% ... ... ... ..... 221522 40 2 47
Sam Davis (Paid)..... ... ne% of ne% ex 8.30 chs sq in '
sw cor of ne% of ne% ...... 24 1522 32 2 77
Isaac Piner.... ... ... ...e 5-8 of sen of ne'A........124 15 22 25 1 72
Sauker White.... ... .... com 70 yds n of sw cor of nw%j24 15 22
thence n 210 yds e 140 yds s
210 yds w 140 yds for 1907.. 6 2 56
H W Taylor.... ... ... .. nw% of ne% of sw% ex 1 acre
sq in ne cot.. ......26 15 22 9 1 76
Ed Lewis... ... ... .... corn 146 2-3 yds w of sw cor of
ne % of set% .............. 26 1522
thence n 330 yds w 146 2-3
yds s 330 yds e 146 2-3 ydsj 10 2 86
Unknown.. .. .. .. .....sW of ne% of sw% and neo of
ne% of sw%.. .. .. ...... 26 15 22 30 3 27
Mrs NM E Prater.. .. ....lots 1 2 3 4 blk D Montague.. 26 15 22, 2 97
J C DuBois .. .. .. ....lots 1 2 3 4 5 6 blk G Monta-
gue............ ......... ..26 15 22 3 27
L W Drew. ... ... ..... lot 16 sub of se% ... ... .....128 15 22 10 1 72
Fla Lime Co .... ........ e% of se% ex 4 acres to Mat-;
tie Ruth.... ... ... ... ... 29 15 22 76 4 54
L Rifenberg.... ... ... 115.88 chs s and 30 chs w
of ne cor Sanchez grant.... 15 22
thence s 6 chs w 20 chs n 6
chs e 20 chs... .... ........ 12 6 39
Unknown .. ....... ......corn 20 chs w ard 20 chs n of
se cor of Sanchez grant.... 1522
thence w 30 chs n 20 chs e 30'
chs s 20 chs.. ............. 60 8 91
J A Young.. .. .........lots 30 43 sub of w'," of San-
i chez grant .... .... ........ 1.. 22 20 8 31
M ) H Eichelberger..... 1s8 of lot 49 sub of w/- of San-
S chez grant... ... .. ...... 15 22 10 2 02
Unknown..... .. .... .... lots 2 6 7 sub of lot "2........ :30 15 22 20 5 49
Unknown....... . .. ne of seo ... ... ... ... .. 321522 40 2 97
Mr. S C Liddons........ 7.50 chs e and w by 13.50 chs
n and s in ne cor of wl1 of
Ssw% of *w4.. .. .... .. 331522 10 7 36
Young & Mathis .. .. ..e of se% ... ... ... ... .... 331522 78 5 49
Mrs Kate Smith.. .. .... lots 17 and 24 DuBois ad Mon-
I tague... ... ... ... ... ... 34 15 22 10 *,2-.
J C DuBois.. .. ........ w 3-4 of nw %of sw .. .... 351522 30 4
Mrs M E Prater.. .. .... s '%of se% of se4 .......... 35 15 22 10 1 46
Mrs M E Prater.. .. .... sw% of sw%4 of nwl%........ 36-15 22 10 1 22
Heirs of E R Hays se% of nw% and ne%4 of sw%4
and 8 chs e and w by 10 chs
n and s in nw cor of se'% of
sw%4 and corn at se cor of"
sw% thence n 10 chs w 12
chs s 6.25 chs w 8 chs .s 3.75
chs e 20 chs ... .... ...36 15 22 103 7 79
Fred \V Phillips (Paid)... s% of nw% ... ... ... ...... 11523n 72 5 97
J W Sewell.. .. .. ...... se1% of sw'! ... ... ... ..... 1 1523 36 2 21
D G Crenshaw.... .. ... sw% of ne'4 and nwli4 of se"% 31523 78 5 53
Geo Tooley... ... ... .. w1 of se14 of sw/... ......1 4 1523 20 2 66
Henry Bayer Sons.. .. .. n/2 of ne% and se%4 of ne% exj
ni'/ of ne%4 of se% of ne%.. 51523 115 8 31
Unknown.. .. .. .. ......sw%4 of sw% ex T & T.. .... 5 15 23 40 2 47
Unknown. ..... ......... sw% of nw% and nw'4 of sw'*
ex 2 acres in nw cor of sw'%
of nw%4 and ex R R right of
way ... ....... ... ..... 6 15 23 76 8 91
J H Mclnar-e.......... rfw/4 of nw'4 of swl4 ...... .. 71523 10 1 22
H L Anderson. ..... .... eW of nw% of sw'%.... .... 715 23 20 1 46
Gibson & Stutzman.. .. .com at ne cor of nw%4.. .... 11 15 23
thence s 25.68 chs n 68 deg
w 17.60 chs s 46 deg w 15 chs
w 10 chs n 3.40 chs w 16.15
chs n 20 chs e 40 chs.. .... 104 4 97
Unknown. ...... ... .. nw% of ne% and n% of sw%
of ne% and se%/ of se% .... 131523 100 5 16
Unknown.......... .....s 'of sw% s of public road.. 15 15 23 70 3 77
!J C Cooper... ... ... ... se% of se% ... ... ... ....... 1515 23 40 2 21
Unknown. ....... ..... all s of public road ex T & T16 15 23 340 13 05
Sam Bess. ... ... ... ... 9 chs n and s on n side of ne
of se% ... ... ... ... .....18 1523 18 2 77
S T Sistrunk ....... ... s% of se% ...... ... ... .... 21 15 23 80 1 72
J J Fort.... ... ... ...... sw% of swY4 of ne% and nw%'
of se% and 5 chs e and w on
w side of ne %tof se%.. .. 211523 60 4 07
S T Sistrunk.... ... ..... e% of w% of ne%.... ... ..... 21 15,23 40 1 46
N M1 Cooner......... .. se% of se'4 of nw% ... ....... 21 15 23 10 91
S T Sistrunk.. .... ..... e% of w% and sw%4 of sw%,
and sw.% of se% and e% of
se%.... ...................221523 320 9 88
Unnkown... ... ... .... w %of nw% and nw % of sw%4 22 15 23 120 4 24
- Laura D Thomas....... s 1-3 of nw% of ne% ......... 26 15 23 13 89
Fla French Phos Co.. .... ne'4 and sw% of nw% and nw
'% of sw1% ex 210 ft sq in se
cor ex T & T.......... .. 311523 239 8 61
J J Fort.... ... ... ...... n% of nw%4............... 311523 80 4 24
Fla French Phos Co .. nw% ex se% of nwh% of nw%
and ex sw %of ne% of nw% 32 15 23 140 5 79
N M Cooner... ... ... ...,nw% ex T & T.... ... ....... 331523 160 5 49
Stuckey & Tiller .. .. ne% of sw% and se% of swl
and w% of se% ... ..... ... 33 15 23 160 5 79
Unknown ...... ........ ne% and se% of seu% ex T & T 33 15 23 200 6 76
Unknown. ... ........ n% of ne%.......... ... ... 115 24 80 3 98
Henning L & I Co. ..... n% of ne% and s% of nw% and
sw% of se%. ......... ... 31524 200 4 28
Unknown...... ... .....n% of nw% and se% of se%.. 31524 120 3 10
EN Webb.............. n% of se% ex 7 chs sq in se
cor and ex 7 chs sq in sw cor 81524 70 2 96
Chas S Adams......... se% of se%'......... ........ 1115 24 40 1 56
('has S Adams........n %of ne% and sw% of neo
Sand se% of nw% and se% of
i se%4 and w% of se% and e%
I of sw% ... ... ... ... .....131524 360 10 17
E O Cordrey. ..........e1 of nw' of nw%4 ex 5 chs| I

2 87 sq in nw cor.... ... ... ... 17115 24
2 97 j R Peebles... ........... sw% of nw% of nw ... .... 18 15 24
5 49 W\V R Cox... ... ... ... ... ... ...... .... 181524
2 97 p L Bridges... ....... sw'% of sw% ..... ... ..... 20)1524
" 97 American Phos Co.. .... ne-% of sw% ... ............ 20 15 24
S E Smith... ... ... ... n% of sw'% of sw% .......... 2715124
3 27 A M1 Higgins... ... ..... lot 2... .... ... .. .... .... 3615 24
J J Hudnell ............ corn 8.33 chs w and 2.30 chs nI
1 01 of se cor of nel4 of nw ...30 15 25
thence e 11.40 chs s 55 deg e
3 03 7.68 chs e 2.32 chs n 22 chs |
1 72 w *2 chs s 17.07 chs ........
Unknown ... .. ...... ....s% of se% ...... ... ... .. 12116'18
1 01 Unknown... ... ... .... ne% of ne %...... ... ... .... 1316181
Dunnellon Phos Co... ... ne.. of nw ............ . 19116 18|
Unknown... ........ .. sw% of nw% ... ... .. .... .119116 181
R P Priest... ... ... .... sw% of ne4 of ne%........21116 181
2 12 'nknown... ... ..... lot 1562...... ...... ... .... 25 16 18
Morrow & Waters.... .... lots 1 to 6 and 9 to 22 and 26'
to 35 inc ex lots 6 55 Tomp-
1 82 kins' ad to Dunnellon in sw%
4 24 of nw% ... ... ... ... ..... 25 16,18
E E Conversy. .. ....... lot 55 Tompkins' ad to Dunnel- |
Ion in sw% of nw4.. .. .. 25 16118
G E McMurtry.... ... ...lots 135 136 137 155 156 Tomp-
kins' ad Dunnellon in sw % of
w 92 nw .4 ..... .. ... .. .... 1251161 18
8 01 Unknown.... ... ... ..... nw% of se% of se%'.... ....127 16i18
1 96 j S Williams ....... ... lot 20 Watkins' ad Dunnellon 27 16J18
1 46 Mary E Vogt.... ... .....2e% of nw% and swY4 of nw%31 1618
95 Unknown...... ... ... w% of se% of ne% and eO ofj
95 ne% of sel4 ............. .31 16 18
2 97 Unknown............. .sw% of ne%' and nwl% of sw% |I
1 72 and s% of s% n of river.... 32 16 18
4 24 Ray & Anderson.... ... ..lots 1 to 19 inc Dunnellon.... 35 16 18
Eliza Giles... ...... ... lot 36 Dunnellon ... ... ..... 35 16118
4 54 Unknown (Paid.... ...... lot 41 Dunnellon........... 35 16118
95 Ray & Anderson.. .. .... lots 75 to 109 ex lots 86 and
2 97 133 to 142 and 148 to 160 and
167 to 265 and 291 to 301 and
2 02 308 to 313 Dunnellon.... .... 35 16 18
Mrs R E Vann. ... ..... lots 379 380 Dunnellon.. ..... 35,16 18
4 04 C Y Miller ......... ... lots 389 390 Dunnellon...... .. 35 16 18
L M Ray.... ... ... ..... lots 422 423 437 438 Dunnellon 3516 18i
4 04 Mrs C C Castel. ........ 25 ft n and s by 75 ft e and w I
95 in se cor lot 521 Dunnellon.. 35 16:181
Mrs N A Hargraves.. .... lot 528 Dunnellon..... .... .... 35 16118
Morro & Waters... ..... lot 557 Dunnellon......... 35 16i18
W H Stephens.... ... ... 16t 566 Dunnellon.... ... ..... 35116 18
Camp Phos Co... ... ...lots 894 895 896 898 890 900j
14 25 Dunnellon... ... ... .....'..3516 18.
Unknown... ... .. ..... lots 897 901 Dunnellon.. .. ..3516 18
Unknown... ... .. ... .. lot 899 Dunnellon.. .. .. .... 35J16 18;
Unknown ........... ..lots 1337 1396 Dunnellon.. .... 35116:181
6 39 W P McKinney ......... lots 1252 1270 1272 1274 1294i I I I
1298 1408 Dunnellon.... .. 35316 18
79 Unknown... ........... lots 1220 1226 1304 Dunnellon 351618
1 96 D H Cotton...... ......lots 1228 1229 Dunnellon...... 351618
1 72 Balloon & Moultrie. .... lot 1250 Dunnellon.. .. .. .... 35116 18
1 72 T L Lowrie... ... ....... lots 1257 1258 1277 1278 Dun- I
1 46 nellon . . . .. .. . . 35!16 14
95 T D Weeden... ......... lot 1269 Dunnellon........ 35116;18


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W H & T J Mills (Paid) ...lots 1401 1402 1406 1407 Dunnel-
ton... ... ..........3516j1
Mrs A A Leitner ........lots 1409 1410 1411 1412 Dun-
nellon... ... ... ... ...... 35 16 18
Heirs of 1H G Kean.. ....lot 1414 Dunnellon.. .. .. ....35 16 1
B F Lyons..... .. .. .... lot 1415 Dunnellon.... .... ....351418 I
Thos D Roberts........ lot 1841 Dunnellon.. .. .. .... 35 1 18
D G Watkins...... .... lots 1873 1877 1913 1915 Dunnel-
lon.... ......... .........351618
Camp Phos Co, also D G
Watkins............ lot 1876 Dunnellon...... .... 35 16 11
Myra McMillon .. ..'4 of swD4 and e% of se%. ex
T & T. ................... 7161 1
Wm H Gotwald.. .. .... w% of nw% and e4 ex T & T 7 16 M
S E Field (Paid)......... nw%... ... .............. 916 1 I9
T T Austin.... ........ 198 yds n and s by 74 yds e and
w in se cor of ne% of ne% of
nwYt...... ... ... ... ... 111619
Buttgenbach & Co.. ..... s 3-4 of e% of sw% ... ... .... 11 MtlT i
Clif Livingston (Paid).... n% of sw %ex w% of ne% of
sw% ..... .. ... ... .. 13161
Clff Livingston (Paid)..... s of ne% and ne% of ne% of
se% 4... ... ... ... ... ..... 141 I61
R L Barnes & Co....... n% of nw% of nw% w of R R101610 11
G N Dorr..... .........se2 ex ne% of se%.. ...... 25 1619 31
G H Dorr... .......... ne% of se% ...... ... ... ... 25 161
Petteway Homrne & Co.. s% of ne%. ..... ... ......3861619
Lewis Harviell .........s.. of nw% of ne% ...... ... 1162
C T Miller... ... ... ... nw% of nw%.... ... ......... 8 16 20o
Arch Jacobs.. .. .. ..... ne% of sw%... ... ..... ...1216-20
Home Norman & Co.. .. n% of ne% and se% of ne%.. 22 1M>0 1M
L Horne & Co.. .... ..e; of sw%" and sw% of se%..261620 1
Moses Archie ...... ... 707 chs sq in ne cor of nw% 1234
Horne Norman & Co.. .. w% of nw% ex T & T.. .... U. 16
Easter Owens .... ..... sw% of sw%. .... ............ 1621
J F Shands..... ........ s% of nw% of .e%........ .. 41621 1
Unknown..... .... ..... .s% of se% of nw% and s% ofL
nw% of se% of nw%..... .. 41621 M
F G Buhl.. .. .... of se%. ...... .......... 19121 j
F G Buhl.... ... ... ... .. w% of sw%....... ........ 11121 M
Richard Cain........... corn 45.08 chs e and 19.57 chs
n of sw cor of nw %.. .. .. .tl 1
thence n 2.72 cha e 10.68 chs
to w bdy grant se with grant
to pt e of corn w 11.57 chs to
p o b...... ... ... ........ |.
Clara Wise....... corn 12.29 chs n of se cor of ne
% ... ... ... ... ... ... .. I I 21
thence 7.90 chs n 6.33 chs e
7.90 chs a 6.33 chs. ....... g
Louisa Norman ...... ... n% of ne% ex 5 acres to Cun-
ningham.................. 141621 n1
Henning L & I Co.. .... a% of sw%... ...... ... ... 216 21
Thos Wilson. ..... ... .. nw% of ne%....... .........25 121 64
Wiley Moseley..... .. .... w% of ne%... ... ... ... .. 301621 W
Dan Moseley.. .. .. .... nw% of nw%'... ... ... ..... 3016 21 40
John Harvey, trustee.. .. % acre sq in se cor of ne% of
nw%' ... ... ... ... ....... 301621 .50
C B Clark.. .. .... ...... ne% of ne%.... .... ... ......321621 40
Henning L & I Co.... .. ne% and w% of se% and se%l
of se% ...... ... ........ 3516211 28
W S West..... .... .... .. n% of se% ... ... ... ... .....36 1211
E C Smith. ... ... ......w% of ne%... ... ... ... .... 21622:
DR Wright (Paid)....... sw% of sw%.... ... ... ..... 21 22 40
Young & Mathis.... ..... nw% w of R R and nw'4 of
sw% and se% of sw%.. ... 31622 10 1
Young & Mathis..... ....sw% of sw%.... ... ......... 3 16 22 37 I
L L Allen..... .... ...... lot C White's sub of lot 2 Hy-
Julius grant.... ... ... ..... 1622 11 1
Mrs M A Barnes.... ....corn 16.32 chs w and 26.95 chs|
n of se cor. .. . . ... .. 7 16 22
thence w 18.10 chs n 26.95 chs
e 18.10 chs s 26.95 chs ...... r *
Isaac Barden.. .. .. .... corn at nw cor lot 8 Brown
& Dial's sub of Hyjulius;
grant-townships 15 and .... 16 32
thence n 54 deg e 346 ft s 131
deg e 650 ft s 45 deg w 346
ft n 13 deg w 650 ft ........ 8 1
I H Whitworth.. .. .... n% of n% of lot I and all of lot
2 sub of G S Barnes' place
Hyjulius grant-tps 15 and 1622 129 T
Heirs of Geo Colse.. .... corn at ne cor of Dorman por-'
tion Hyjulius grant-tps 15
and...... ... ..... . ..... 16 22
thence n 16 deg 55 min w
13.88 chs s 52 deg 30 min w
30 chs s 16 deg 55 min e 13.88
chs n 52 deg 30 min e 30 chs M1 6
Wiley Mosby....... .. ..corn 44.66 chs n 14 deg w and
n 55 deg e 452 chs from sw
cor Hyjulius grant tps 15 and 16 22
thence n 55" deg e 16.15 chs
n 14 deg w 13.06 chs n 55
deg e 5.16 chs n 14 deg w
10.34 chs s 55 deg w 21.31
chs s 14 deg e 23.40 chs.... 46, 1
Le-roy Woodward.. .. ...cbm 26.72 chs n 14 deg w and
20.67 chs n 55 deg e from sw
cor Hyjulius grant-tps 15 & 1622
thence n 14 deg w 17.94 chs
n 55 deg e 12 chs s 14 deg
e 17.94 chs s 55 deg w 12 chs 26
LL Allen...... ........ ne% of sw%. ......... ..... 8 16 22 4 4
T R Gary............... w% of ne% of se% and nw%
of se% and se% of se% .... 8168221 10
Young & Mathis.... of ne%...... ....... .. 916S2 M 1
Wm Edwards...... .....sw% of ne% ex 10 chs sq in
ne cor... ..... ... ..... 916 22 M2
T R Gary....... ...... w% of sw% of sw% and eW of
nw% of se% '...... ... .. ..1622
Ed Maxey......... ..... 8 chs e and w on w side of se%
of ne% .................. 10 16 22 I 3
W M Jenkins (Paid)..... sw14 of nw%......... ...110162W 4
Fla Lime Co............ e. of se' of sw%..........101622 M 1
Peter Wright........... sw% of se%...... ... ..... 111622 1 3
Peter Wright.......... s. of nw% of ne%..... .....141622 M
Maggie Howell .......... corn 120 ft e and 20 ft s of nw
I cor. ...................... 14116*21E
thence 3.85 chs s 3.16 chs w I
2.47 chs n to p o b......... ...l
L J Little...............corn 20 ft s and 100 ft e of nw
cor... ... ... ... ......... 1416 22
thence e 3.85 chs s 3.16 chs
w 3.47 chs n with R R to p




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......... lot 44 Deckett's plantation..... 34116122
t............lot 6 Beekett's plantation....126116122
.... ... .......ot 71 Beckett's plantation.... 6 16 22
.... ......% of Rw%...... ... ......281622
....... ... sw of sw%... ..........;301622
........... aw% of sw%... ... ... .....1311622
.... ... .. e% of sw% ex T & T.. ....j321622
... ... .. ne% of ne%................321622
Ailt (lPad). a% of se% of ne% ........ ...133 16 22'
............. et % of nw s... ..... ....... 3316221
........ ...lot 6 sub of nw1% of nwW *.... .3616221
..... 3-4 of ne% of nw% .. .. ....13616221
ft Co.... .. % of sw% ex T & T ...... 616231
a6e oe.... .e of ne% and n% of nwl
and e%4 of sw' nad se% ex

and a in se cor of sw% of s I
% eX T & T............ 716231
Pl.. M* .... .. of nw %and nw% of sw%' I
ex T & T.... .. .... ....j 816231
bt 0...... ...***w% of ne% and e% of sw% .
4 JA ad vi of se%... ... ......101623
& 6 C.... .. e % of s e%.... ........ ....|l1016231
.... ...... % of nw% of xe%... ... ... 141623
C. ... ... e% of se%... .... ........141623
ayae........e% of ne%............ ......151623
. % of me% of sw% ....... ...151623
O ... ......w 3-4 of n% and nw% of sw% 1516 23
es Co... .. m% of ne% ex T & T.........1816 23
... .... blk 120 Welshton.. ......151623
... ... .....coam ft w of nw cor blk 112
Welhton................ 151623
thence w 60 ft to lake s with
lake 40 ft e to pt s of com n
Sa ft. .............. ......161623
.... .... .... ..con 0 ft w of nw cor blk 120
Welton..... ......... ...161 23
thence w to lake a with lake
S40 ft e to cor of Spring St n
to p o b.... ..... ...... ..
.... ......all of blk 215 Welshton...... 161623
....... ...nw% of ne% of se% .. .. ....231623
.. .. .. of sw% of e%.... .... 24123
....... ltot 17 Candler. ..............251623
.. .... .. ..% of lot 19 Candler.. .......251623
..... .....lots 2 to 7 inc sub of lot 53
SCandler...... ... ........ 261623
... ... ... ...w e% ne% of ne% of ne%.. 26 1623
.-t.... .....e% of lots 1 and 2 blk C Belle-
view ....................
.... .. ...ot blk 28 Believlew........
.. ... .. .... t 4 5 and e% of 6 blk 30
Belleview.. ....... .......
S.l lot 9 bik 30 Belleview.. .. ..
.......... lots 1 2 7 blk 36 Belleview..
.. .. tot 1 blk 44 Belleview.... ....
... .......lot 1 bk 7 Belleview......
... .. ..... ot and 2 blk 64 Belleview
.. ...... tots 2 3 4 blk 5 Belleview....
... . .... .ot 8 and 9 blk 49 Belleview
(kPa).. all of blks 80 81 Belleview.. ..
. .. .. .... tt 1 lk 84 Belleview.. ....
l .. .. .. lot 1 bik 5 Belleview......
I a .. .....lot 5 hk 90 Belleview. .....
........ ...ots 5 7 8 bk 95 Belleview.
... .....4ot 6 bik 96 Bellevlew.. .. ..
)... 6t 6 blk 1 Belleview......
... ......... lot 10 bUt 11 iBelleview........
........ lots 1 4 5 8 9 blk 121 Belleview
.. ..... ots 1 and 2 bk 133 Belleview
.*. ... ..ot 4 blk 134 Belleview.......
C i .. ...... lot 6 bik 134 Belleview.. ....
.. ....lots 5 8 blk 138 Belleview....
AI a ...r. sw% of nel e of R R........ 3116 23
S O............. con at nw cor of se% of sw 32 16 23
thence e 7.91 chs a 6.32 chs e
I4 chs n 19.25 chs w 1.91 chs -
Sn 2.07 chs w 10 chs s 15 chs
.... Inw' of ne% ... .... ... ..... 11624
.1" ......sw% of ne% and s% of nw%4
and nw% of se% and n% of
nw'4 of sw%'... ..... .. 11624
S... e% of sw%... ... ... ..... 116.24
.... .llot. 4 a5 plat book A pg 102 11624
-.'m% of ne% of ne% .... ....... 16 24
.! -; .. w% of Ae ... ............ 151624
...e of e% of ne% and sw' of]
se% of ne% and se% of sw%
S of ne% ... .. ... ... .... .. 16 1624
L & I Co .. ... .P% of nw............... .....221624
.'.. of n-.% ex 9 chs sq in se) I
or..... cor ... ... ... ... ....... 23116124
.L & I o.. W... % of e% ........ ....127116241
Si of ne% of we% and n of'!
.q % of ''v% and nw% of seRk,27'16124i
w of lot comn 8.47 chs n of sw! i I
enr of sw%... ... ... ......3216 241
thence 62 1,l eg e 4.95 chs'
Sn 3.72 chs w 4.37 chss 143 I I
chs... ...... ....... ..... I
| h ...m ...... ts IS 19 Oklawaha.. ...... 32161241
a of nw% .... ... ... ...33116124
*D s ks ... .. .nu of net ... ... ....... '19i1625!
... ". .. 3-4 of ne% of nw'% and n 5-8I I
of .e1 of nw% .. .. .. .. .19i16'25
...... om 470 ft w of se cor of lot 1 24!16-26'
|... . *I thence n 705 ft w 1070 ft sz i I |
C.~ 7113 ft e- 70 ft........ ... i |
S.. ... lots and 17 Summit ...... 36;16{26i
I M,'rr^n ....e. el' f sw'A and sw. otf of !
l m nx T & T.. .. ... ... ......14 17119{
.* e, ,f seW 'x T & T......I 717120
u.n n a (Co...... sW' of neW and se. of lnw'ji
and ne% of sw% and nw 4 i
i of se% ex T & T..........,1417 i2o
i tton ....... nl ,ef ne% and w '.of sw' of '
SneW ex T & T............ 18117:20l
h...1, of .swW of ne. ..... ... 1817"'20 '
*ter .'l.ll'A e.f sw und '. int .. .... 18,1720i
rhrmn & Co .. **'~ af nn"e and n': of s-'4 ox, j
T & T ... ... ... ... ..... 27;172oi
I *iWn & ( .... Inw' of swn4 and st, of sw'4' .
i ,-" "j ex T & T... ... ... ... .. ,2- 17l,20
K- Y ar n a o... .... ,"f n-ie and n\i ,4f ne~4
ex... T & T .. .... .. ......331720!
|n lW ad C .... ..t'e!' of swA ...... .. .... .. i33 17,20
L a I Co.... .. .a% of nf'W and se'4 of nw'' ,
^^^and w' o o ,f swo'4 ex T & T. .. .... 117 1!
Lt |a of nrn ... ... of n of s.'4.. ..... ... I 17,21I
k W W iltams.. .. w of nl.t .... ..... ... ... 1.-'1721
( ....... 'i 3-8 of sw L4 of sw 4 .. ...... 12 1721t
r.... .. ....... .n' of swv'4 of swi' .. ...... .. 12'17. 21
.... of se .... .. ... ... 231721'
ip WwJ9............. n.'' 0 e,f .. i .,' ai -,


W ai .lt .. .. .. ... .. ,n,% of n*'% ol n.' and w % %
of noe'4 anl" o.1" of sw144 of
n 4. ...... . . . . . . . 1722
S... ... ... .....i of nwt of nt.4 of nt14 .. 17 '21
S .. .... .. .. ...... f n 4 . . . . . . 2 17 2
...d s 3-4 4of m1i4 of seW and s'...
-of .s e% oOf s.'4 of st,4 and I
S14 of 1" 4 of sev .... . . 17 '..
. .... n' 'if of st14 of se14 . I. 21722
Co n .. .. .. .... 2 of ne ... ... .... .... ... 717221
S i.a .. .. .... of no .... ..... ...... % . '17 22
W -... ... ... ....."n f no-1............. ... ..10 17. 2i
Sremk. .........." ',lf no,.4 ex nw % of sw4 of i
Sne' .... ... ... . ... .'10 17 22!
s Uo k. .. .. .. ..... n aw of sw '4 ....... ... .... 11 1. 221
IgIw (Paid) .........w % nw ........ ... ..... 1217122|
o.tla .. .. ... .. . conm 3.64 chi n of sw cor of se .13 17 22)
thence 6.16 chs 20 chss;
S16.16 hs w 20 chs.... ....
L & I Co... ....aew of nw% and sw'- of sw ;
ex T & T.. .... .... ...... 1917.221
8a10M 4Palid)......... nw* tx e,' of ne1 of nw'k I
and ex sew, of nw ex T &I ;
T .. ... ... ... ... ... .... 2 17 22
.. . ... .. ww of s 4 ..... .... ....... .2017 221
)- d....... t% of sw and w', of seo' '
and nW% of se% ex T & T24'1722
g 1 ... .. ...... e of se ....... ...l... .....241722
- of nfe,... ... ..........251712?
ll i~elviVl .... -e% of nw% and sw% of se .i35.17 22
.... ... ....all of ex sw% of sew%... .....136417i22,
C(o .... ..... w, of s4w% ex 8 acres to Gal-. I
Sloway... ... ... ... ... ..1 51723|
w *..... lots 7 and 8 blk 2 sub of ne1 517231
= r .. ..l ....... lot 5 blk 3 sub of neW ........ 5,17*231
..... .....lot S blk 4 sub of ne%.. .... 511723
i ........ .... ww of nw% ex eW of ne% of?
0111 sw% of nw% and ex s% of 1

401 1 96 Mrs P V Morley... ..... s ic4 of s .14 .. ... .. .''1 .1 I
Mrs P V Morley.... ..... ste of se% for 1907.. .. .... 26 1725
C C Higginbotham (Paid). *', if nwr% and ne'4 of sw'4 2717!2., !
,l' 7 36 C C Higginbotham (Paid).nwitw of se'4 ex 3.16 chs e and
20 2 97 ,w by 14.94 chs n and s in tsw I !
SO 2 97 cor.. ... ....... ........ .29!172
15. 1 22 C 4- Higginbotham (Paid). lot 9 sub of ne/4 of sw4 .... .29,; 7'26;
1i0 2 97 Jno A Graham.. .. ...... se of ne1% and sew of......!33:171251
4! 1 46 Peninsula Naval Stores Co ne '4of sw% ... ........... ..!35!17125
A S Houston.... ...... lot 5 blk 113 Higley.... ... 3.517ii25.
Vaughn & Avery .. .. .. sw of nw......... .........13176
65 8 61 Vaughn & Avery..... of ne/4 .......... ... 14117126!
., 1 22 Roy Benjaimn .. ........ lot 13 Maywood sees 13 and..12417"26
40 3 9,s M Dobrossky...... .... w lv of nel' of nwW4 of ne'j ..!2417:"261
J Litinn ..... .......n.. coi at nw (cr of ne'4 of nwt% 24' 1.-26
thence e 1. chs s 10 chs e 1 I
chs s 4 chs w 20 chs n 14 chs i
5.0 :, 38 \\'m C Herman... ....... e 1-8 of se4. of sw .... .... .6 17-26
5| 1 46 S J Warren... ... ...... wV of nw of se .. .. 1726
84 4 48 Empire Land Co.... ..... nw% of ne"%... ........... .29 ;1726;
4o 2 47 J 1)o Upham ... .... ... ... .1 of se% . ......... .. -. 1-
soT 3 74 E A Bliekenstaff.... .... n'4 of sei4 of nw%4 and 12 chs I
n and s by 10 chs e and w inl I I I
701 3 27 nw cor of sw ,i of ne . ...34'17261
401 2 47 M;iary Bane... ... ... ... s of se% of nw% and 8 chs !j
40 1 72 n and s by 10 chs e and w in i
I sw vor of neW .. .. .. .... 134117:261
S More & Co..... ... ..... nwi4 of ne'/4 of nw4 - 34!7,261
12 3 7 Willm Jahen..... ..... s 3-4 of w' of nw%... ..... 34117126'
Moore & Co.... ... ...... sw'i of net4 of nw% and n 3-81
x4O 3 27 of wv1 of se%... .... ...... ..341726i
Moore & Co. ... .......... w iof neW of neh and ,% of I
I nw% 4 of ne%4... .... .....13411716;
100' 6 09 S J Maner............ .... ,. of neW, ex 30 chs e and wl. I !
41) 2 47 by 5 chs n and s in nw cor.. 351,171261
S ~ Moor-. & Co............ .. e of ne1/ of neW and wq1 of I I
160) 4 78 sw'! of nw% and nw% of 3 I
nw % ... ... ... ......... 3 17 261- -
120 9 82 S J Waren... ... ...... nw% of sw4, of sw% and e'
80 8 01 of ne4 of sw% and e 3-5 of1; I
i00 15 57 sw4 of ne 4 of sw4...... 136117 261
1 Moore & Co.... ... ...... ne% of ne% .... .. ......... 36117 26
711 9 57 A L Spilceran. ........ se% of ne% .. .... .... ...... 361126
10 1 46 Thos Ruff. ..... ... .... ne4% of se1 ... .. .... .......36 1726
51 95 Mrs F R Gary.... ... ... all of blk 11 0 S Ocala... i_
5I 95 Alfred Lark. ..... ... ... n1i of lot 4 blk 14 0 S Ocala
F P Gadson..... .... .... 25 ft e and w by 112 ft n and sl
I in sw cor blk 25 O0S Ocala!

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"10 172Mrs J T Shumaker.. .... e'/i of sw,( of ne% of nw" ..'17i17123!
5 46R S Hall... ... ... ..... 1035 ft e and w by 470f ft n andl i
5 1 22" s in nw cor ,of ne', of sw%141712317'3T
80 2 66' ary Graham....... at se cor Durrance lot 1
40 2 66 Summnerfield.. .... .... ..7.1 17 231
40 1 56 thence e 40 ft n 6. ft w 40 ft I
40 2 66 s 60 ft..... ... .. .. . :
40 2 21 W Dickerson.. ... ...... corn 32 chs s of ne cmr........ 17 17 23!
20 1 5,6 thence w 10 chs s 8 chs 10
80 3 98 ch n chs... ...... ..... .
"5 Xi V, P Strunk... ..... ...n1 of no,4 and ne'4 of nwv'i. 1917.23
30 2 97 Nathan Mayo.. .......... se of nev' ....... ... ..... .1917.23
80 2 97 C L Elkins ...... ........ 7.47 chs sq in nw cor of net4
of se" ... .... ....... .. ... .- 2 1
Carley Phos Co.... .....l. o 'f nt'4*X .x sw4 off s\W ofI
"114 and st''4 of nw'4 ai ;11'
s' Of s4 L .... .... ... ... .12 lt -131
15 14 2- P Tickler..... .. .. ..... sw 4 'if s110*4 of n14 4.. .. .... ;20117:231
S(arney Phos Co ... ...... sw1/ of nnw /4 ... ........ 1211 7123
80 4 7( G xV Hector............. w 1-3 of svl'/ of sw1,4.... ...121 17123!
GW Hector... ... ... .. lot 7 sub of n!'. of s... .. 2117,23!
40 6 f0 H M Goethe & Co.... ..... lot 1... .. .. ... ..... .!2317123
80 4 24 Mrs E Briggs... ... ..... nw'4 of se4 of n1 of lot 3.. :2517!23
0 4 10 53 D E Millholland... ... .. co ml5 chs e of sw cor lot 7.. 2517 23
60 10 thence n 20 chs e 7.50 c(hs si
80 2 47 20 chs w 7.50 chs ...... ..
90 5 49 Anna A Darwin.... ...... nei of ne% of nw%4 ex 3.161
10 95 chs sq in ne cor and ex 3.15
180 5 75 chs sq in nw cor.. ........ 2611723
10 21 7 J E Kemp... ... ... ... 768 chs sq in ne cor of nw I
of nw%%......... ........ 26 1723
M E Gillett... ... ... ... .4 3-8 of ne'4 of se% ... ..... 27 1723
P A Wooley.... ... ...... nw/4 of ne% and ne% of nw% 29117 23
W P Strunk ... ... ..... \vw of ne'4... ... ... ... ... 30117 23
SL B Branch... ... ... ... n% of sw%. ..... ... ....... 30 17 23
50 66 JP Driggers... ... ..... ne'4 of se%. ... ..... ..... 301723
W S West. ........ ...... e of ne'%... ... ... ... .. 31 1723
Mrs C Brinson ...... ....s11 of se% of nw%' of ne%. t. 31 1723
Susan M Smith... ... ... of se% and ne% of se% w
of R R .... .......... .. 31 17 23
31 2 66 Mrs M Saborg ... ... ... wj,_ of ne%... .... ... ... .... 35 17 23
10 95 T H Harrison..... ......l ITs 115 161 Weir Park.. .. .. 41724
10 1 46 R Y Lovell.. .. .. ...... lot 156 Weir Park.. .. ...... 41724
20 1 22 Mrs W S Wallace.. .. .. lot bd s by Lake Weir w by
5 1 46 Pollard n by public road e by
50 122 Turnley's lot sub of lot 5.. 51724
Mrs F R Gary.. .. .......lot 8... ... ... ... ... ....... 51724
3 97 01 R Lovell .... .. ....... fractl part of lot 3..... ...... 61724
5 2 97 Heirs of W C Eagleton.. corn at Lake Weir 7.40 chs w
of e bdy lot 5..... .... ..... 61724
8 01 thence n 25.09 chs w 12.59
8 01 chs s 30 deg e 5.16 chs s 70
13 35 deg w 10.65 chs s 20.65 chs
13 35 e to p o b...... ..... .......
1 22 W L Bard..... ... ....... corn at sw cor of lot 2.... ....191724
1 22 thence e 7 1-6 chs n 6 chs w ]
1 22 10 5-6 chs s 6 chs e 3 4-6 chs I
19 95 W A Guthery.... ........ co mat ne cor lot 2..... .... .. 2017 24
70 1 72 thence w 45 deg 45 min ni !
89 1 22 9.23 chs s 20 deg w 3.75 chs!
50 2 97 s 55 deg e 9.27 chs n 2.75 chsl
73, 8 27 rfnknown... ... ... ..... 224 ft e and w on w side of lot!)
12 1 22 5 ex 340 ft n and s and ex 301 I
5 1 22 ft street on w side..... ....120117 24
5 1 22 Mack Jemison.. .. .. ... 7.03 chs e and w by 19.06 chs nj
15 2 97 and s in sw cor of nw% .....21 17 24
50 1 22 j C Hannah.... ... ..... s % of n' of sw% of ne% .... 21 17 24
1 72 Jno S Kenyon.... ....... n% of nw% of sw %of se%.. 21 17 24
71 Unknown... ... ... ... nw%' of se%4 of sw% and s5i
95 of se%4 of se% of sw% and I
9 1 22 corn 13 chs s of nw cor of nw I
5 95 % of sw% ... .... ... ......121117 24
5 1 22 thence s 5 chs e 10 chs n 5I I
37 95 chs w 10 chs ... ... ... ...i I
60 5 49 Ulmer & Co. ... ........ eI, of sw% of se%............12111724
Unknown.... ... ... .... e. of ne'4 of se%.... ... ...12111724
Fla Ftz Mfg Co..... .... n'/ of nw' of sw% .. .......122117 24
R G Allsopp ... ... ..... s% of s-v4... ... ... ... .....123117 24
20 3 87 C F Waterman........... ne% of se%4 of se 1 ... 1 24117 24
40 1 72 Ulemr & Co... ... .....sw%4 of ne% and se% of nw%l 1
and neW% of swY4 and nw% of I
se% . .. . . . . . . 26 1724
80 7 36 Albert Underhill.. .. ....nw% f nw% ex T & T.... ...2711724
40 2 97 Martha Cox.... .......... w'. of sw% of ne% of nw%4. 27117 24
15 1 46 Mray E Underhill... .... sw4 of nw'4...... ... ..... 27117 24;
20 1 22 J W McIntosh.... ... .... 3.50 chs e and w by 10 chs n I
80 2 97 and s in nw cor of sw'/.... 28117 241
N W Williams.......... coin 5. chs e of sw cor...... .i291171241
thence n 20 ehs P chs s 20' !
.01 3 5'7 chs w 5 chs... ... .. ...... I I
Rs 2 47 Joe Johnson ...... ...... s 3-4 of nw4 of sew w of R R{29 171241
A J Willis ...... ........ w of nwA of se4 of nw*/4..29 17 241
321 2 02 Masonic Lodge. Col. ..... coni at ne cor lot 1 blk I So i
401 9 Lake W eir... ... .... ...... .-2917 24
thence w 130 ft s 170 ft e 1301 1 |
x0! 1 76 ft n 170 ft... ............. I I
1'nknown...... .......... n.i' of s% of blk 3 S Lake Weir 29 17i241
S Lehman... ..... ...90 ft n and s by 106 ft e and
w on n end lot 1 blk 17 S
1 Lake W eir.... .. .. ....... 2917 241
50 191 (has L Brannon... ..... lots 4 and 5 blk 19 S Lake Weir 29117 24!
1 2 97 JH Treat...... ........ 2.50 chs n and s by 2 chs e and I
40& 1 72 w in se cor... .... ........30117 241
40 1 72 \V L Bard. ... ... ......6 chs tkand w by 10 chs n and |
n s in nie cor of nw'4... ... .30!17 24!
.5i 2 77 E p Faunce....... ...... 5 chs sq in nw cor of nev of | I
sw % . . . . . . . ... 30117 24
i N W Villiams. ......... sw',4 of sw %of seW. ........30117124.
17I 1 93 Ulm'r & Co. ....... ..... n'.. of swv' and s' of s;, of;
S (89 nw . . . . . . . . . |..32117, ,4
V R Peterson... ... ...s.. of nw%' of nw'.. ........!33!17|24
so 3 27 Unknown......... ....nw %'of nwW and n' of se.% I
40 2 97 of ,nw' ... .... ....- .. .... .134 17 241
S Sumiiter 'Co Fla Land Co.. e4 of se% and sw. of se., I
1 ~and se%/ of swo... ..... .35.17124
60 6 09 \V R P.terson... ... .... s' of nw%4 and sw"4 of nie'4 I
Sand n'. of sw% ... . . .... ... 36117124!
00 4 54 S P Sly...... ... ..... sw%' of sw% and sw of s'/4;:36117:241
20 1 46 J B Martin....... ...... comn 84 1-3 yds s of nw cor of J '
.0o 1 46 ne . . . . . . . . ... ... 17 172".
i thence e 165 yds n 8'2 deg1
60 ,04 w 172 1-3 yds w :SO 5.-6 ydsj i
i ~n 352 yds w 129 yds s 5241 I
2('j 4 54 y s. . . . . . . ... .
HiRgli Young...... ...... se /% of s,5e/ e of river.. ..... 111 .i..
20; 3 77 Edward Mann... ... .... lot 9 sub of n'g of n\vw"4 ......121 1-'2



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C C' Rawls ....... ... ... wi of ,-' of lot blk 5533 S! I 1
O cala... .... .... ... .... I
3 57 Mrs D C Edwards Admx. ni' of blk 58 0 S Ocala......i I !
E S Ausley (Paid).... .... lot 1 blk 14 N SS SOacla...... I I
1 2 R A Hall ...... ... ...i. n of lot 2 blk 19 N S S Ocala !
89 Rich Washington (Paid). lot 3 Snowden's sub of blk 241 i
4 86 X S S Ocala... ... ... ...... I
3 10 J H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 4 Snowden's sub of blk 241 1 1 1
5 74 N S Ocala... .... ... ...I I I
2 66 J H Dickerson (Paid).... lot 7 Snowden's sub blk 24 NI I I
3 10 S S Ocala... ... ... ...... i .
68 Z C Chambliss... ........ s.' of lot 2 blk 25 N S S Ocala!
M A Johnson... ... .... 60 ft n anul s by 80 ft e and w
5 16 in lie cor lot 4 blk 26 N SI
2 97 Ocala...... ... ......... I
1 46 Robr Sellers... ... ...... 4) "ft e and w on w side lot 41
95 blk 26 N S S Ocala .... ..I
Isaac Simmons .. .. .... lot 2 blk 28 N S S Ocala.....
Phillis Norwood.... ...... 4914 ft e and w by 140 ft n and
3 37 s in ne c'or blk 34 N S S
1 22 Ocala...... ... ... ... ....
1 72 R Mc<.'onathy... ... ..... n'/. and nlj of fractl blk e of
and adjoining blk 36 N S S
O()ala... ... ... ... ... ....
Ditto & Maloney.... .... ni' of lot 4 blk 8 N S N Ocala
C 0 Jones... ........... s. of lot 3 blk 14 N S N Ocala
O M Goodrich.... ........ 7(;t. ft n and s by 110 ft e and
4 47 w in nw cor lot bd n by
Smith St e by cemetery NJ
S N Ocala...... ..........
5 34 Jas Lemon....... ....... coin 140 3-4 ft s of sw cor ofl I
intersection of Smith and Or-I I
ange streets N S N Ocala! I I
thence s 76 ft w 100 ft n 76 !
.3 14 ft e 100 ft . . . .. . .......
S J Owens... ... ... ... co m707 ft n of nw% blk 60 0! I I
S Ocala thence n 90 ft e 119' I 1
3 57* ft s 90 ft w 119 ft.... .... !
Wm Hocker (Paid)....... corn 22.45 chs n and 5.80 chs el I
3 27 of sw cor ... ... ... ...... 815122
1 22 thence e 12.68 chs to R R swl I
2 97 with S A L R R 5.28 chs wil I |
10.50 chs to A C L R R n with
RR 5.14 chs to p o b ex % I
acre lot to Sally Emedley and
1-8 acre lot to Belle Williams! i
in sw cor of said land......I J
4 47 Sol Benjamin... ... .... corn 156 ft s of nw cor..... .. 115,.22t
1 46 thence e 105 ft n 80 ft e 10. i ,
2 97 ft s 182 ft w 103 ft n 90 ft I I
2 97 w 105 ft n 12 ft to p o b.... I
2 97 I'nkn(own... ... ... ..... .com at ne cor blk 40 0 S Ocala '
1 72 thence n 198 ft w 258 ft s i
198 ft e 258 ft Dunn's central
ad .... ...... ..... ..... ... I I
J 09 J W 'rosby ............ .je2 of lot 15 Caldwell's ad O'cala I
2 97 R B Bullock.... ...... ee of lot 23 Caldwell's ad
4 24 R, B oOcala.......... . ... ... I I
4 24 R R Bullock... ..... ... con 50 ft e of sw cor lot 231 [
1 -,2 Caldwell's ad Ocala thence n' I I
105 fte 52'/2 ft s 105 ft w '
SHall (Pai ft . ................. i i
"2 32 R S Hall (Paid).......... 122 ft e and w on lw side lot 26 I I
97 .un & ha bli .. al ell's ad Ocala..... ... I I
1 72 .unr, & C(hamliss .... .9 ft and w% by 133 ft n and
s in ne cor lot 26 aldwell's i
ad (Ocala.... .... ..........
Mrs M L Carlisle (Paid).. corn 140 ft e of' nw cor lot 37
2 62 Caldwoill's aj Ocala thence e '
2 97 rs arli65 ft sIlt 120 ft w 65 ft nI 120 ftl
M rs ITr 1 M 1. a.rlislePHid().ci, I1 ft 1 .f t tofn w lot 371
<'aldiwell's ad Ocala thence ,o |
2 32 65 ft s 120 ft w 6:3 ft n 12"O ftl
91 76 E .Ieffords for 1907............- ....-
76-!- ffrl('11o at sC c,1" lot IReardon'si
1 25 lots C'aldwell's ad I
Ocala thence e 68 ft In 162 ft, I
2.7 w 68 ft s 162 ft .... .... .... I I
E W Davts. ...... ... ... 49 1-3 ft e and w on n end of I (
10 S3 lot 2 Reardon's Middletown I '
1 46 lots C'aldwell'.s ad Ocala.... I
Mrs F C E R.ardon..... .. lot 4 ex -29% ft n and ts on s I
S;{31 side Reardon's Middletownl i
1 F22 loria Toley lots ('aldwell's ad Ocala... .
Flori Tooley... ...... lot 4 Sternberger's sub of nw% I
S*9 of Alvarez grant Caldwell's)J I
31 Ralw Richardsoncala... .........I
31 Ra.hl Richadson.......t 5 Sternbe.rger's sub of nw IJ
I of Alvarez grant Caldwell's
13, 3 al ()ala..... .. ......
S47 Ditt, & MaloneyI.... .... lots I0 and 13 Sternbe.rger's sub
of nM04%- of Alvarez grant!
S('ald eill's ad Ocala .........
D S Woodrow.......... lots i land E E and 10 s of ad-f I
joining lot E C'aldwell's stib! I
an f part Alvarez grant....J 1. *221
r T. E TLang ... ... ... ......i348 ft a n(d s end oif lot ()I
1 72 and all of P4 P'aldweI11s sub
S9 1of sw part of Alvalre.z grant '1322
I ,6 -b l- L6. 9 ......... .....A. ,(1.43 che. and w- on ,; side of 1 21
1 .-6 lot Q 'aldwell's slb l)of sw I
3 p9 X part Alvarez grant.......13
Lewis Fox... ... ... ... all of lot 4 S & D ad Ocaf ,a!
WV . lcLan,............ .all of lot 20 s & D ad Ocala.
2 16 R S Samiple..... ......'all Of lots 35. and 38 & D ad I
68 Ocala...... ........I
4 86 Bragg Scriven'. ............lot I blk 1 1 .'llrd's ad" ..... -
1 33 T J Davis......... ......lot 2 hik 2 Allred's ad.. ......I 75 !,'
68 W .1 G(oodin...... ...... i. f no lot 4 blk 2 Allred's! I
1 77 nice Elwards.... .....nw and se4 of lot 4 blk 2! i22
I *" Allred's ad...
9 H W James (Paid)....... nw%,4 of lot .3 bik 1 r 1 .oss ad71 22
I O 'ala....... ............I
T. ILambright......... n,2 of n%' of lot 4 blk r II !
GGoss ad Ocala..........
2 21 L J Sampon........... s*% of lot 1 blk .2 osad
2 Ocala.............
21 AL .Lamhright.........all of lot 2 blk 2 r 2.asa
-66 O'alao
J Sampson............lot 1 blk 3 r 2 Gos5 ad Oca
8'1 J Anderson............ lot 1 blk 1 r 3 (loss ad Ocala..
A C M'Kinney..........84 ft e and on Od nl
4 and 166 ft e and wi on e sidloe
*3 6 ,f lot I1 blk 2* r 3 Goss ad
3 26 Ocala. ... ........r..G.. d
SF W Ditto ... ... ....... 1 and 4 ex 84 ft on side
2 66 of lot 4 and cx 166 ft on e
86.side of lot I blk 2 r 3 (oss ad
1 C6Oi'ala...r.......
2 51 Robt rri. ......... lt 4 bk 7 r 3 Gos ad..... 7 15 22
-" relia Austin...... ..... lots 10 and 1"2 blk i --Dunns 7 iw 22
S- ad Ocala Dunn. nw

Amanda Small (Paid).... lots and 3 bIikLDu nn *
ad Ocala .... nn nw
4 38 H C Chambers ...........lots 7 and 11 blk Dunn'. nw
ad Ocala.......n.....
Delia Moore (Paid)...... all of blk N Dunns n"w a.. Oi a. *
2 16 Amanda Small.... ........lots I and 3 blk P Dunn's nw
221 ad Ocala ......... ....
2 21 Mclver & MacKay .....lots 11 and 13 blk P Dunn's nw
ad Ocala... ..
66 B Kirby (Paid)....... .. lot 12 blk P Dunn'nwd '
2 97 C M Livingston (Paid) ... lots 2 4 5 6 78 9 10 blk P Dunns
5 49 nw ad Ocala ... ...
E F Seiver (Paid).........lots 11 13 blk I Dun n" d
10 83 Ocala ...n......

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;"tt's surv..y ( -ala. I
. :oM S4 ft w % -f r b0k- 5
Siott'. survey ()ala thence
n 11" ft 1 ft s f 11 fth e e ;
ft .I A b
4- 4 ..f ... ." ....r. ... . 7 66
n, ,*f h ,ary'sad o.ala 2 ) 61
Sf s.L and s~14, f lot 1..
Garys d al i-ala.......... ,
fr l'lt X3 army'ss Had O('-ala 1 1.
ft : f andi v% by II" ft n and
s in nw ,ver of Iit I,. (;arv's
ad <-ala... .. .. .....
lot 6 Miteh(-II's revis-ed ad O'ala 6- ;
lots 27 2 30 31 Alitchell's re- |
vised ad <(Oala.. ... ...... 2
,l-ts 46 and 47 Mitch-ll .s revise, -
S O .ala.... ... ... ..... --
lot : J (;r.- -n' aitl ( cala .... 1 .-. .
Cm i 7:; 3-4 ft 1 .,lf I.. o'(Ar lot I
SG; Snulith's a;I (4'alia tlh-n-,.
% 7S14 ft s 67. ft ,- 1'M ft s 44,
ft .'2 ft n :i 1 14 ft \W 7:!3 ft
11 *:3 l4 ft . . . . . . . .. .; .
(4 n 41s ft l ,f n t ..c r .,f 4lot .
E G Smiith's ;t,1 tall thenc'e
*A 47: ft s 13; .. ft w 4.-. ft
13s' ft .... .. .. .. . .. 6,14
j(coin 44 ft t- of nN (,ic r of ilotI 7.
E G SMiitlis ad OcalaI tienien-
4.> ft 1: s 2- ft % 4U. ft is
.13. .. t. f-ior 1 1.7... .. ....... ., 14
,4" ft s4 in s- (-cor ,of ,.-.. of l-ot 7
l (G l S n with's ad t'alai ..... -. o'.
ilotl (;. (o Gilt-s' sulb of lot 11
S l Smith's :..I ()(-ala . . 7t
l. 1t 17 E (; lmith-' ala
l 'Ial;. ... .. ... ... .... . 12.. .-
lolts 1 111 .U' lsuI of lot 1i (E
S Sillith's ad <> i l .. .. .. . a
S1,4 of hik 1 C lines sui' of' f
1 n1 ,1 of nj 1'.4 .. ..... .... . .'22 2'' :1
isw14 of 1ilk 2 'lin.-s sil, off
S1nt14 of \v- 4 .. . ....... .. 1. '
i (to. ,of blk 2 'lil,.' sub i of r ,-
14 nlt- of blk ll Clin.,'s suf 4of
lit-1', of n \ i ... ... ...... . 1 -2 '
all (of llks it16 4 ; .: (' linii.-s .qum
of n.'14 of n 14 . . . ... 71s l :; 22:
lot 4 hlk 17 ('line', sut, of .114.

all (of blk Is 'lin -'s l of Mtt -14
Iof in\V 4 . . .. .. . ...... 1. 2 :2 7
all of blk 1:9 4lii'"s suih of n .14

'o f 4 . . . . . . . . 1
all of blk 27 4 'lin.' uil o,f t,.1
of n 1\v 4 . . . . . . . . . 1 2
'10) ft si in S. .-o*r of le' 14 'of'
nI\V4 ('line's :adi (eala. .... .'1I l5 "22
c-oni 1492 ft andl 1299 .. 11 n -of
s\W 'ot'. ...... ................ .S 1 5 22
the-ne .7.2 ftl e "21 ft ni
452 .. ft \\ 21 ft . . . . . .
c(it 5f04 ft \w and" 2;2 ft n of
.,. teor ,of swv -4 . . . . . . 1, 22
th.i-ne. e- 132 ftl i 92 .ft \\
13, ft s 92 .. ft . . . . . .
on 13.5.2 ft n anAl 1579 ft ,. of
sw cor..... ................ .1522
thence- ni 15 ft 210 ft s 105
ft -. 210 ft . . . ............. '
im1V 1,' ft s and 7.44 ft \\ of
^4 see cor on N st . . . . 171 22
thence w 42u fl 11 2 de'g e
420 ft e 420 ft s 2 d e w 420 ft
klots 12 and 13 1hulleok's sub of
ne t14 . . . . . . . . I .. 9 16 22
cotm at a ipt 445 ft \ of neo (-or 19 15.22
ie- e vw : 1.;* l 2 ft s .2 ft
S6;7. ft s s ;s.1s6 t ft s 4.4"
ft s 400i fi \1 341 ft s 47', ft w\
42'" ft s 42"0 ft 11 ft s 996
ft .e 2*644 ft nT 121 ft %\ 44< tf
n 7.39 ftl \ 224 f n 177. ft e
224 ft i 31 ft; 166 ft n 20.6
ft 166 ft n I ft . . . . . '
lot 2n" lIk 1 Anhderrs.,n's a l (ocala.13'15"21
lot 7 hik 2 Anderson's ad h-ala'13 15 !21
I,.ts 5 to 2," ilk 6 West Ftlnd !
( v'al.a .. ...... .... .......... ,
lot % blk t l,%..e-.- l.End 4 tcala..
lots 7 9 11 13 17. 17 18 19 24 bik
s Wset End cal:t... ... ...
lots 14 16 hblk ; W.-s; Eln Ocala'
loot? 24, 22 blk s West End Ocala
lot 14 hlk 9 We.-t Eril (eala..
'.ot li hblk 1 WI t .st .F 4 >c-il;.
'o 1". 17 >lk i" W .-'st E-:.1

,'oi "2 4 -. ( 'ott -" End
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l,,t : 1 ,' : I 7 V k ." W e
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,lots, 7 ',,." 2:1 ,'- t, -.r W ,st
Elul 4 eal ... .. ... ......
l.'ts 2 4 hlk 29 V,-sW t ,le|l 0O-alat
lts ." 5 17 1" li,' :, W e o-t llnd
O cala .. . .... .
lt s 'atmil 4 hli, \\'--l 1 1-nl
I lh;ila ... ..............
tlks 1iti6 1:7 is'' ;1 -' 227
22% W est FInl, at' : . . .
..- 12 14 16 I % 26 l";' !k
14:; 1: .1 l \sV -: m!b aitli
l,.t 7 4;: 1 l hli. 144 1 -' td

ll~- 1 I., 4" 1,lk : d; -: ;rl \\'-t
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lots ". Anl 9 !lk oll 4 .1 \ -!I
E n-1 l . . . . . . .
l..!- 4 6 I 21 2:; hll, 27. I t 1
West IEnd i .al. ........
lot 17 hlk 273 1st a.i '\V-T Fn11
o ca la. ...................
Lots '20 to 4' in n, lk ;:.31 ISI .ai
W e. s t i. 1 O. .l: . . . . .
lot- 1 19 bik 7 S S Park.
lost- 3 4 7 6 7 hik !, S S P.,rk
lt t11 12 blk 9 s S Park .. ..
lot 22 b1k 27 I'ark......
lots 1:. 14 blk .t2 S S Park..
loIt 23 hk 37 S .S Park ........
lots 27. 2*; klb 37 S Park....
lot 17- bk ; S Sa Park .....
lot 17 blk :; for 1907 S S Park
lots :.o 27 blk 4 S S Park ....
loot 6 bik 44 S S Park .. ......
lots 1 3" bik 47 S Park..
lots 3 4 5 2 65 26 27 blk .7 S
P ark .... .. .... .. .......
,,ots 9 II 11 12 1., 24 2. 26 14
blk 61 S Park ......
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Apropos of the recent observance of
Mother's Day we recall an eloquent
tribute which was delivered by Wil-
liam J. Bryan at Fredericksburg. Va..
during the famous campaign of '896.
to the mother of Washington. Said
the noted orator:
'Fredericksburg is not a large city.
and yet it is rich in incidents of great
tiistoric valuet. Here the women of
America have reared a monument to
Mary. the mother of Washington. I
am glad to stand on this spot; i am
glz:d to feel the influences which sur-
romnd her grave. In a campaign, es-
pecially in a campaign like this, iuiere
is much of bitterness, and sometimes
of abiuso. spoken against the candi-
date.s lort public office. but. my friends,
;here .is one character, the mother-a
-anliis;ai tor the affections of all
:aankinl -against whom no true man
e\-'er itered a word of abuse. There
i1.s in- name mother, which is never
tOl !id upon the tongue of the slander-
or- in her presence. all criticism !s si-
It-need. The painter has. with his
lorush. transferred the landscape to
!he canvas with, such fidelity that the
reest and grasses seem almost :eal;
he has even made tne face of a mai-
,ien seem instinct with life, but there
is one picture so beautiful tha: no
painter has ever been able to perfect-
17 reproduce it. and that is the pic-
'ure of the mother holding in her arms
her babe. Within the shadow of this
monument, reared to the memory of
her who in her love and loyalty rep-
resents the mother of each one of us.
I how in hulnble reverence to mother-
Whatever may be the varying opin-
ions of men concerning the views of
M1r. Bryan upon political issues, he
speaks for the whole American peo-
ple upon this hallowed theme, ani he
speaks with an eloquence which
touches and warms all hearts.

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I Patten denies any responsibility for
71 the increased price of wheat, and Sec-
S11retary Wilson says it is impossible to
-, corner wheat. The Patten pool. bow-
1 22 ever. has closed up between $4.00).0004
71 and $5.000.11000. Somebody is paying
1 22! these profits, and if it is not the gen-
1 22 oral public, who is it?-Tallahassee
Si True Democrat.





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The Sacajawea Club in St. Paul,
Minn., is trying to arrange a debate
on the question of woman suffrage.
Ambrose Tighe. a prominent attorney,
has volunteered to take the affirma-
tive. The difficulty in securing some-
one to oppose him is thus stated by
Mrs. E. W. Williams, the club's pres-
"We are weary and sick at i:eart
trynig to find one prominent man in
St. Paul who will take the negative
in the debate. It there is one such
man in St. Paul. just one man who
will uphold that the suffrage is not
for woman.won't lie please address me
at my office. 421 Germania Life Build-


Harry L. Brown. secretary of th' In-
ternational League for Highway Im-
proveinent, left this morning ror
Richmond, Va.. where a meeting of
the national executive committee, is
to be held tomorrow and Saturday.
The meetings will take place in the
auditorium of the Hotel .eff'er.son.
Many men of prominence have been
invited to attend the conference
among them Presidoent Taft and Sec-
retary of Agriculture Wilson. Secre-
tary Wilson has already signified his
intention of being there if possible
An entertaining program has Ieen
prepared through the courtesy of the
highway improveo'vnt associations 01
Richmond and of Virginia. A special
meeting on organization and plan andt
scope of the national executive com-
fittee of the international league will
be held on Saturday morning. Mav 15.
at 11 o'clock. The proceedings of
May 14th comprehend a general dis-
cussion of highway improvement by
men who have a thorough knnowledgle


It is a fortunate thing for the Amer-; Before I trust my fate to the,
lean people that their women are at Beor place myou get Io t
l Before you get your overesA.M
last awakening to a realization of the' Or help me on with mile;
fact that the vocation of home-maker Before I peril all for thee,
Question thy soul tonight fw
is one requiring the deepest thought,
study and preparation. Ignorance of1 Before we stir a singlestep
Stand back and let me knoaew
the laws of health on the part of well; Does my black skirt touch M
meaning women is mainly responsi- Andes.
And does the white skirt shtN
ble for the burden of disease resting, Speak now, lest at some future


Mrs. Ida Husted Harper, the well
known writer, now In London, attend-
ing thre International Woman Suffrage
meeting, is authority for the follow-
ing about Holland:
"A tax is levied on families for ev-
ery servant they keep, but a widower
is allowed one servant free of tax, on
the principle that, while he is away
attending to business, someone ;nust
Iw there to look after his home and
r-hillren. A vast number of widows
have to go to work to support them-
selves and their families, but the gov-
ernment puts the lull tax on the ser-
vainr they are obliged to keep.
"Women in Holland have no suff-
i-rge. but any man may vote !f he
earns 11 florins (less than $5) a
week. If his wife and children earn
this amount, and he is a drunken loaf-
er. he still does the voting for the
family. Any man may vote who has
.o florins in a bank. or. if his wife has
earned this amount and put it in the
bank, he may not only vote on the
strength of it. but he may order the
hank not to let her draw the money."
The husband has the sole control
of his wife's pro-erty and earnings.,
and may dispose of the children as he
pleases. It is small wonder that the
Dutch women are agitating for the

1-- 1 LIVED 152 YEARS
of the subject. Mr. Brown also goe
to Richmond as the accredited repre- -in Parr--England's molest rnan-
sentative of the St. Augustine boarnt m:irrie.1 the third time at 120. wrork-d
of trade.-St. Augusrine Record. in th,- tiields till 132 an.1 liv-'l 24 years
Ir lrer. People, should i)be youthful at
HE IS NO MORE ,'r-. Ja!mes Wright of Spurlock. Ky..
Eii,).vs how t-, remain young. "I feel
is-rt lik-- a 1r-y-ar-old boy." he- writes.
.A ine old preacher .lie-d in Ken- -';:-.r taking six b,ottles of Electric
icky vh- other dav-a preacher o', al- Pitters. For thirty years kidney tron-
s extinct tv;. For fiftv vearshbl.- Iml* lif.- a burden. but the .first
S), ottle of thi- wonderful medicin.- con-
'e h:l o)en pastor of tI'.: same \Vic-.1 no. I had found th,- grat.-.t
hihuirclh. In season aind out he was al- '-ure ,1n s-arth." Th-ey'r-. a godsend' to
e.ays in his pulpit. He baptized the 'e,.k. ikly. run down or ol pople. .
1,twhies-. married 'the oiing lovers., Try, them-. 5"c-. at Tydings & P... m

prayedl wi;h the sick and buried their
dead: and never during his long ser-j
vipe dlid he char-e n fe n r rrepeivo. e


11 is nr"nh h r th t t Thlrt,.p -. n i .l

struction by the General Electric OC,
for the New York Cental. will be i4
able of 4000 horse-power at
speed, the armatures of the ometn
being mounted directly upon the drive.
ing axles.
The electric vehicle in essentlahl
tne proper equipment for shopping
trips: for the doctor who msmt 4d
pe.pfl upon a machine to be in reedl.
ness day or night, and which be e
manipulate himself without fuss w
bother and without calling upon a
professional driver. The nohilelw
ness and ease of control of the eAln
tric vehicle make it the perfect b
chine for ladies' use. and for theanl
ing in and out the busy city trake the
business man for his short irips fatb
:t an especially agreeable mode at
Within the past few years ele-dr
:ty has been utilized to produce esm
)f the most remarkable stage pleti-
,t is possible to conceive. Wfthme
-he faithful agency of electricity the
heater would lose half of its mesea
Several representatives from 104
)-an concerns, interested In the WD,
facture of nitrogenous fertillwter fr
he air are in this country looklag er
optionss on good water power for by
i:-o-electric development In coms
ia with the fertfilzing industry.
An electrical ferry boat plies aef1
h- river Rhine.
A ,000-foot wireless telegraph %iwr
. Washington is expected to ijae
h-. capital in communication with
he fleet at a distance of three thawo.
'*nd l miles.
The Orient is to be Invaded by the
:r.jiess telegraph. American gag-
trs -will endeavor to estabbfh a
'hain of wireless station, from Via&-
vo-tok ao Aden.
Nearly a hundar-.i l.-ertrc autouse
')iles for pleasure servir-e :*:-- In au
n Hartfor. C('onn.

But if you are lokin, *'*r the beh
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upon us today. This sounds harsh.
as many truths must; but it is only
thruogh the education of women in
the work for which nature intended
them that this burden can be lifted.
Some of the very women making so
brave a fight for temperance, are
themselves responsible for the drink
habit of a beloved son. Owing to his
mother's ignorance and disregard of
food values, he has from infancy been
under-nourished at a bountifully
spread table of indigestibles. and this.
aided by coffee (which should form no
part of a child's diet) has created the
demand for stimulants. It should be-
come the duty of every Woman's
Club to aid in this work. A "Home
Beautiful" can only be where health.
cleanliness, beauty and contentment
reign. There is no excuse for ignor-
ance upon any of these subjects now.
The rules are so simple that they can
be followed by anyone anywhere:
fresh air, sun light, wholesome diet.
clean surroundings, out-of-door pleas-
ures, clean and bright reading matter.
Discard musty carpets; substitute pol-
ished floors and simple furnishings.
Make a bon-fire of all the dust-catch-
ing ornaments, putting in their places
bowls of home-grown flowers, whose
raising has conferred health and
pleasure. Neglect no opportunity for
pleasure of the right sort for every
member of the family. Children
should be taught that the "simple joys
of home" are the most satisfying
that this life offers. With a simple
life and surroundings mothers will
find time for this most important
work. and how much better it would
pay in the end, than the time ani en-
ergy required for the cheap imitation
of the course dinner. the elaborate
toilet and house decoration by which
the American woman of moderate
means seeks to vie with. her wealthy
neighbors. Now that women are be-
coming thoroughly aroused on the
subject of better homes (and that
means better children and better peo-
ple) there is hope that the future
generation will have reason to bless
instead of condemn us, and that by
the education of each and every indi-
vidual. man. woman and child, along
these lines of home improvement, we
will finally have the "Home Beauti-
ful."-Paper read by Mrs. A. Daugh
trey before the Mothers' Meeting at

''My whole life wither and demy.

Look deeper still within thy sao l
And let me learn my fate:
Am I all buttoned down the ba,
And is my hat on straight?
Let no false pity spare the blow.
But in true mercy tell me So.

Gaze on my face and answer t
Before we start to go;
Can'st thou detect the rosaMlie.
And does the talcum show?
If so. at any pain or cost.
Oh, tell me now. ere all is last'

Nay: answer not: thou conuld'st
The words would come too late;
Get on thy hat and hurry up.
\Ve haven't time to wait.
Whatever in my heart may fall,
Remember I must risk it all!
-Frank Hill Phillips. Il Plg&


The Fifth Avenue Building a
York, on the site of the old PFfth
enue Hotel. one of the most
date buildings in the great
lis, is lighted with five thousead
eral Electric tungsten lamps.
Thirty-three miles of electric
way track were constructed in
da during 1908 against smventy4
miles for the previous year.
Seven million dollars have be.
propriated for the electriflcatleo
the Italian railways.
One of the latest Individual
cations of electricity is the
of coffee by electric heat.
A powerful electric blower has
devised for plucking chicken.
the dead chickens are placed in
strong suction all the feathers
down are quickly removed.
One charge ran an electric aM
bile 142 miles at an average speI 4
14 miles per hour at a recent tint.
Electric propulsion for Atlaitle ic
ers is under experiment by 1ritf
Eight hundred thousand elght-e
die power incandescent lamps ane
used in the decorative features of dl
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposltlm. to ht
opened in Seattle on June 1.
During the past year the Metrop*
itan (London) District Railway eca
ried 91.000,000 passengers.
The refining of steel by elqetr
smelting has already advanced to *
position of Industrial Importaace b
this country.
A new type of electric locomotiv,
of which twenty .ce in course of ae@




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lgt mnuweal convention
D. C, bdd t St. Augustine
L T Mad 1 W. was in every
and tnstructive. In the
wte trip w made on buch
ohe duke that we arrived there
m tte, which was 6 o'clock.
t r Carltta met us at the
Ml Ia a few minutes had us
to our respective places,
we wine most delightfully en-
It certainly was worth a
|bd to met and know our pres-
ge~ralm Mrs. Amelia Branch
of Tas. She is a remarkably
womas, possessing all the
W gntlemes. falraness and just-
M t -are required to make the
Mat she Is.
Sight we met in the Anna
It Chapter room. where the
o mmattee kept us till late,
l wet to our homes well hiredd

y morning we met at nine
In the auditorium of St. Jo-
Academy, where all the meet-

mmventiom was called to order
M. CGu1ea Hopkins, president of
Dmm et Chapter, and followed
p I neation, after which address-
wulo me weo made by the may-
1r. iveme Masters, for the city,
01rt ftr the board of trade,
teflr for the Business Men's
and Mr. Marry L. Brown foi
p mes Judge M. Rf Cooper spoke
| f et the veterans. The music
way tOe, there being several spe-
aeethems. -Do They Love Me
i Dixte." in quartet, was simply

topoee to the address of wel-
SMrs. LJAwreace made a short but
reply. and In conclusiou in-
to the cmwvetion our piesi-
ipeeral, who also gave us a most
p e- asme the roll call of officers
aters and report of the cre-
eemmittee. which formally
the convention for business.
a very Mittle was done that day
weue dimmsed at one o'clock, and
invited to take a trip over to
Sench In the afternoon.
8 A p. an., we met again for the his-
meeting. I took notes of the
pieces read at this meeting,
n samoe way have lost them, but
Sfrom the applause by the au-
it seemed that Colonel Saus-
/e- e t of his prison life must
twitched the chords of memory
some of the veterans present.
. YBlday was devoted to reading
a sme of them being very


Further significant improvement
has been made in iron and steel, and
as they form a great basic trade, this
goes far toward establishing the lang
desired readjustment of the whole in-
dustrial situation. This, and the bet-
ter weather for both agricultural and
mercantile interests, are the week's
most important trade developments.
A marked optimistic feeling therefore
prevails in most branches of business
in spite of the fact that the unsettling
tariff debate continues, not having
yet reached its last stage-that of the
conference committee. The money sit-
uation is favorable to a .business up-
lift, all the international centers be-
ing strong in credit creating capacity.
Following the lead of the steel indus-
try, price reductions are announced in
the cotton goods market by producers
in staple prints, but in woolen goods
there are a number of advances. With
hide and leather continuing strong,
the shoe trade is beginning to roake
improvement. Copper shows signs of
a stronger position in spite of the
great production. The coal trade re-
lieved, as it has been. of the labor
cnotroversy and the long overhanging
commodities suit, is in excellent
shape. Bank clearings outside of
New York show a gain of 15.3 per
cent. over 1908 and are 13.6 per cent.
larger than in 1906, while railroad
earnings, though still under the 1907

Comrades and

I.. V. K.

Wash., May 12, 1919.

The John B. Gordon Camp of Con-
federate Veterans, the Robert E. Lee
Chapter U. D. C.. and the Robert E.
Lee Camp U. S. of C. V., all of this
city, unite in extending to your camp
and through your camp to the mem-
bers thereof a most cordial invitation
to attend the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition, to be held here from June
1 to October 16, 1909.
In extending to you this invitation
to visit the fair, we shall, in so far
as lies within our power, endeavor to
see that you are well housed; that
you will be protected against exor-
bitant prices, and that your visit will
be both pleasant and instructive.
Arrangements will be perfected
whereby a suitable "southern" head-
quarters will be established on the
fair grounds, where all southerners
may find a resting place, but a true
southern congenial atmosphere.
We urge you to come and ask you
to disseminate this invitation to all
of our beloved southland in any way
which may appeal to you.
Any information that may be desir-
ed relating to the fair will be cheer-
fully furnished upon application to
Comrade M. F. Gilmer, secretary of
the joint committee, number 45 May-
nard building, Seattle, Wash.

q estion of the two proposed records, are nearly 17 per cent. bet- Your Comrades,
ta came up. and it looked ter than last year Most of the lead W. L. GAZZAM,
a while like a hard matter to make ing cities report, in varying degree, DR. A JORDAN,
derstood throughout the con- some expansion of trade activities. A. J. PARK,
I was so thankful we were Imports continue heavy, and the total E. W. BLACKWOOD,
imtrcted how we must vote, for foreign commerce, in and out. at New Committee on Invitations.
were very much embarrassed. York for the last week was $1,576,903
h"d to vote against their honest greater than in 1908, and $7,158,849 WHOOPING COUGH
"In February our daughter had the
The vote stood 84 for less than in 1907. whooping tough. Mr. Lane of Hart--
S aginst the proxy amendment. Progress in iron and steel contin- land recommended Chamberlain's
tr amendment relative to the ues pronounced, conditions showing Cough Remedy, and said it gave his
I al delegate at large was also a more favorable *rend than at an customers the best of satisfaction. We
by a heavy vote. i OImubC as time since the setback in the fall of end t to anyone having hidden
[ related to give strength to 1907. Improvement becomes more troubled with whooping cough." says
Smaller chapters and encourage general each week, and in certain di- Mrs. A. Goss of Durand, Mich. For
S to atlrad convention, whicn, in visions business is of very heavy vol sale by all druggists, n
is, a strong point. ume. There is still some uncertainty' DONT DRINK But i you do, see
Mrs. Alvarez made a motion that as to the ultimate effect of the par Hogan, and get the best that money
a emveition enter a protest against tial recovery in prices, but thus far can buy. If it's a good drink, we have
Sdesgn submitted for the monu- the broadened demand has not been I x
4t1 to be erected to the women of curtailed by this development. Ont-
4 sauth. Said motion was seconded distinct evidence of expansion is the FRANKLIN'S
-S carried, fact that prominent railroad interests I
Mr* Cooli reported for the Olus- show a disposition to buy more freely, Irene Franklin's tRed Head" Song
mnonuument. and said the commit- orders placed this week comprising Hitf six
We hoped to be ready to lay the cor- 1500 forty-ton refrigerator cars and n age Sdton to the seconture set of six
ar stee for said monument on Jnoe seventy-one locomotives.-Dun's Re- day's N ew York World will give the
turd- view. for week ending May 15. day's New York Worhl will give the1
Mrs. Cook. in behalf of the Soldiers' words and music complete of the song1
name. asked that each of us who have THE LUMBER MARKET hit of Irene Franklin in her celebrat-'
iaaa& in the legislature would write Increasing strength and a tenden-edl vaudeville sketch entitled "Red
ft asking that they use all their cy to higher quotations still dominate1 Head." This song is from the music
mwr aadinfluence in behalf of the the situation, and the steady demand house of Leo Feist, a high class pub-
bN-a; that the state continue its as- for a!l grades of building lumberilisher. and is one of the clever song
MBB-ewe to the said home. and that it keeps retail yardkr busy. In ano1hits of the season of 1909. It is a new
-t deeded direct to the I'. ). C., and around New York builders are 1.usy song, just out.
t to pan. from us at any time. and there are many operations of hittHpAoth&&&T h shrdlu hrdluu u
It was urged that we work withth he large size. while in the suburban dis- ISBANDS
Slldn. iaterew and Instruct them to tricks the number of dwellings in MANY HUSBANDS
emu chapters. course of erection are greatly in ex ..I hve three husbands to support."
It was inspiring to hoar ces of last year. The volume of per- I p ave three husbands to support
e reports of the several C. of (. !mits being issued shows no falling off, pWhatyhou are a bigamist?"
& erp s rea iby the little delegates and the prospects appear to be ;hat "No. sir.hatou are a bigamist?"
MemselsI this year will be a record one. In oak No. sir. One husband's mine. and
M, ll '@this year will be a record one. In oak the other belong to my two daugh-
Mrs. Dickison's condition was dis- and other hardwoods used for interior ter-eelong to my two Leadeugh-
a .~ .n. 1 IL- --1 .V ^ I_-_ ---ters. -Cleveland leader.

W--r1 vri tndey. anti we we,
Sahd to create a Dickison fund, jut
-s we had the Gatling fund. as Mr
sintam is so feeble and her sight p
gwer that she now has to have a mai
9 wait em her.
The president general in her a,
4Wue made some ver' strong point
-1d I wish it were possible to recite
i6M. lut time and space forbid. bu
Lp sht, k mwned im'-A *a

it mim ine temiandu %s very goodt. espe-
cially for the best grades, and this is
I helped by the increasing use of the
former by veneer manufacturers. On
account of high prices for the best
qualities there is more call for me-
dium and low grades, which show
considerably more movement. White
pine is active and firm and th- de-
mand improves, but hemlock. al-

"'An honored citizen of this town
was suffering from a severe attack of
dys.,ntery. He told a friend if he
could obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
he felt confident of being cured. he
having used this remedy in the west.
He was told that t kept it in stock and
lost no time in obtaining it. and was


tirely out of our chapter work. THE REASON WHY
The election of officers was marked W
with the spirit of good will. (Written for the Ocala Banner.)
Why do I patiently endure, belov'd,
Mrs. Lawrence's parting words to And why, in spite of hindrances, do
the Daughters as she retired from of- I aspire
Swr vry active, and there To those sweet gifts of life, so high "-
icewere very effective, and there and pure, belov'd;
were few dry eyes i the hall. She is What is it that strengthens and SA
a splendid type of womanhood and sustains my heart's desire? s
made us a fine officer. Why is it when my spirit yearns, be- o0
Mrs. Williams and I had an engage- lov'd, A
ment with Mrs. Cook to isit the Sol And almost falters in the hard and TI
meant with Mrs. Cook to risit the Sol- strenuous race; :c1
diers' Home. but owing to the (xtra Something sustains, till strength re-.
session of the convention we could turns, belov'd, '7
not get off, and on account of other And in my heart a new ambition o
burns. beloved, i
engagements in Jacksonville I could And all that sacred life concerns, ce-
not go, but Mrs. Williams did the hon- loved,
ors, and reports the home in a flourish, Lives in the light of love upon thy TI
ing condition, and in every way do- face? TI
Why do I patiently endure, beloved.
ng nicely. Many were the nice com- Why do I say so confidently: will
pliments we heard paid to Mr. and not fail!"
Mrs. Dozier, who are in charge of Why do I feel the victory is so sure. IS
the home. belov'd,
Daring e'en hell itself against me to if
In every detail the convention was prevail?
enjoyable, and St Augustine and its Listen: If weak thy love should grow, ifiti
good people did all that could be done belov'd;
to make our stay in that city plesaant. Weaker than foes against my soul,
then I should see
The renewed acquaintance of friends Myself defeated! Dost thou not know,
and many other pleasant memories belov'd,.
will last always. When love is stronger than the foe.
It was a session of instruction and belov'd,
There's no defeat for mortals here be-
pleasure combined. low, belov'd?
MRS. J. R. MOORHEAD. I fight, endure and must prevail be-
cause thou lovest me! Tu

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S**4r9tr a t iiitdurf t andr <'t a l.1. t\
i twa it ii ti an i t. amd fl vi f r'el

Monday. Juwne 7th. 1909
I.b *e-.1* h eitag It-g sal ie's dlay. ianid
*curing th- legal hours of sal-. at ti- dl.r tof the- court hitousi at (i ala.
Ij' isglit --i and w-at bidder forf cash. the,
f..lje.Ai1g rt-ail e tate in Marion county,
bt.nrl, tu-m it
Ti. *t-at half -of th- southeast
l. t 1ioi 1 iK. t(ow nihip thirteen. south.
ramgt- ti-wnty-on.e. -eat-twnty acres.
Al.- laid de e-rib.dl a*s beginning at
a point rwerlh fifty d*-(r -e"- na'st. -.ixt)-
,-*ght and ,--li, chainsM. north forty
d*4r.-As. thirty minute-s. west twenty-
riv and sT-1t0 chains' from the
est itrn~r of the, Thomas Clark grant.
rtluninlg the et, north forty degreeA.
thirty n inut-,e. w'-est tlen chains, north
arift dsr'-. east ten chains. south
t..rty fl..rmn and thirty minutes, east
f-hn chalns. steuth fifty degrees. west
teln 4 haini to |lac'- of bgrinning-ten
e-v,. tonshil 1:. south. range 21.

RPretaUvHe HoU worth one
O the "loody shirt" permmsion, rats-
ed a howl from his seat in congress
the other day over the fact that the
large center piece of the silver service
to be presented to the battleship Mis-
sissippi by the state for which she
was named. had the head of President
Jefferson Davis embossed upon it. In
striking contrast to such littleness and
as a scathing rebuke to this so-called
"'statesman." was the reply of Capt.
John C. Fremont. the commander of
the battelship, who, when asked what
were the views of his officers and him-
self on the subject, made the follow
Ing splendid reply:
"The navy is without sectional pre-
judice and itsc ra-.* i ...... .


The eloquent address of Mr. Pleas-
ant A. Stovall of Savannah, at the un-
veiling of the monument to Major
Wirz at Andersonville on Wednesday
last was worthy alike of the historic
occasion and of the distinguished
It revived one of the most pathetic
episodes in the annals of the civil
And the story of the man who suf-
tered death in the most ignominious
manner at the hands of the enemy was
truthfully and fearlessly told.
The speech was wholly devoid of
bitterness. Mr. Stoval belongs to the
generation which has come upon the
scene since Appomattox. He embod-
iets the spirit of the npwr suth But

- ~mu -11 pa I lUitlIl Inows no I i --" '" u, a ai l tu t ovu U jnu'
boundaries save those of the gicat he is true and loyal to the traditions
country at large."-Bartow Courier- of the old. He feels that the stigma
Informant. of dishonor which has too long rested
upon i he memory of Major Wirz *s not
REASON FOR IT sustailled by the facts of history, and
----- he proceeds in a manner which is all
The Standard Oil press of Florida the nunre effective because of its ob-
applauds Frank C.lark's tirade of Wil- vious tone of dispassionate inquiry to
lianim Bryan. which he deliveredi vindlicalte the good name of this li'ave
the national house the other day. Nat- soldier.
SFrom start to finish he argues like
urally, the s. O. press. being ow'ne,l o,,li who is sure of the ground upon
and controlled by republicans, like to \vhich he stands. Ben Hill may have
see a democrat (?) stick a knife into bee) more dramatic when he met the
another democrat The more d-mo- slandllerous assault of Mr. Blaine, but
crats ldenoctralts kill. the less will the t' wa,< not more convincing.
r i ca s k ioll. t h le s s wi ll t W\Vithout detracting from the pathos
r.-lublicin ,.have to ha1nle. But justof the picture which prison life in the
le, Frank Cla*k measure up with lon south presented during the last days
!.. Farris toi congress at the of the war, Mr. re-
lecTi-on and s<.t- wJt her Florida sent ih art whe. tr e
( ci..onands,,- w ifer Florida sentr o spensibility where it properly belongs.
'111 to) cCongress to knife Bryan or to At thbis critical hour in the failing
niindl the business of his constituents. fortunes of the Confederacy the sup-
-.Miami Metropolis. Will the' f he Confeeracy te P-
M, 1s 1 ~, lies were meager. Even our gallant
.iopolis please gi\e tlie names tof the .
wspaoi s costi. .ttin th. enStandardefenders at the front were living on
OilWplsi 'oliititg he Standard h. lialf railtions. The loose garments
Oil of ori. ung tom then in tatters, and they
WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS were fainting along the march.
I The prisoners of war at Andeison-
Have you neglected your Kidneys? ville were not dined like epicures,
Have you overworked your nervous but I hey fared equally as well as our
system and caused trouble with your I
kidneys and bladder? Have you pains ulit'ni. They also received competent
In loins, side. back. groins and blad- medical attention. Medicines. it is you a flabby appearance of true. were sometimes lacking, but it
the face. especially under the eyes? must be remembered that medicines
Too frequent a desire to pass urine? re contraband of war, and were
If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will cure wtre contrabadc hf war, and were
vou-at druggists, pice 50c. manufactured chiefly at the north
'old by Tydings & Co. x This was likewise true of surgical in-
FORTUNES IN POTATOES -....._, -.t-.- ...... ,-.... ..

The Hastings potato crop was a
great one this season-a million dol-
lar one. and some of the growers
made a fortune. Up at Seville, itr
this county, from the muck lands
around Lake Louise, the growers
marketed about 3000 barrels, which
brought them returns in the neigh-
borhood of $10.000. On this same
land a crop of corn is now coming
on, and in the fall another crop of
potatoes will be grown. From these
three crops the grower realizes from
$400 to $500 per acre net per 'ear.
Show us another state in this great
Union where lands produce as much
per acre in a single year. You don't fv M tn th tho Fv rwladea t, find

00U to go to 6' e '- tf1-S11I*^uto jIUU
Also dew--ril-d as beginning at the thousands of acres just as good as
woutheatst Corner of section twenty-
f.,ur.t.-m'w.rhi twelve srtouth.r e these Hastings and Seville lands.
tuent)-on-. e-at. running from thence They are here in Volusia, Putnam
itortvh t.-tnty chain., west seventy and St. Johns, all ready to be devel-
ft.airi. s .uth e-Ighty chains. east ten oped.-DeLand Record.
t~lainu, north I, enty chains, east six-
q i,.,rt b frty .iains. t. place' Westward. ho! The prohibition sen-
,,f too-'alifili K I,,ur lit lndrd aiiul ftrt%
Stur r fr timent has struck the Pacific side of
kI-.. to.-gtiiniti.g 1i tio.- southl '-r- the Rocky Mountains. Fresno. Cal.. a
r.or .f th. Th,,omt,- 'Clark grant. run- city of 30.000 inhabitants, has voted
", til iv.*t-n -- ton lin oi, the saloon out of her domain. This.
Itur'. ii h;t o- the-i ,.e north parall,.
..,i. :. ,..rti I ,.-.t e ,ouvaidary ,,f sai.d too. in spite of the fact that Fresno
r.,.. **,. th, .ter." f * ... ... .--t. .\ along said lak. t., grape and wine producing country in
te.,t. *i -ii.r,.-,td by the iwest America. Fifty-three saloons went
t. ..n.a.i..w lin. .** Th.,nas Clark g rant.
te... e...utht.-i along the. btunolary out before the guns of the prohibi-
1n- f grant it.. tla;- of lbeginning-- tionists.-DeLand Record.
..,- hnolr'-d a. r.--
*.lhl t, ttisfy sa l.:'i ext'cutl i.n ;i nl .. .

?h..rtft f .M;ri..n 4'ounty. Florida.
Plaintiff- Attorney .--
DMariamnt of the Interior.
VI S. land OUce at Gainesville.
April 24. 1909.
Notice is h roby given that Willla
Iket of Keadrick. Florida. who. -
3m5r 30. mI1. made homestead
M7 N-. 21266. (serial number
010i> for northeast quarter of south-
q q ,rt. seortto 33. township 14.
manl kMWe 1. east. Talmah mssee-
O has Sled tce of Intention to
mae aeal v e yar proof to esta-
IM dathe to the aud above describ-
v4. bebre the clerk of the cireatt
ert at Ocala. Florida. on the
bnd Oy of June. 10W.
day of Aprll., 19
Ctaimat mase as witnesses:
ma_ Wasblilgtoo ef Kendrick,
DIwam Grefe of Ktea.rick. Plorida.
pv EdVwards of Kendrick. Frer-
St< Daftel Kemdrick. Florida.
4-.I HINRY T CHI'BB. Register.
-- -
O fh--h.matism causes more- pain and
S.--.a td' ne for

Notict is l.ere-by given that on the
23rd day of July. A. D. 1909. the un-
dersigned, as executors of the last
will and testament of Herbert A. Ford.
will present their accounts and vouch-
erg to Joseph Bell, judge of probate in
and for Marion county, at his office in
Ocala, and will make their final set-
tlement and will apply for final dis-
Ocala. Fla., 23rd day of January.

As Executors of the Last Will at
Testament of Herbert A. Ford.

Notice is hereby given to all ewed-
itors. distributes. and all other per-
sons having claims or demands
against the estate of Thomas B. Bar-
leon, late of Citra. Marion count,
Florida. to present said claims or de-
mands to the undersigned, duly prov-
en and authenticated, within one year.
As Administratrix of the estate of
Thomas B. Burleson. deceased.

i rt, eI It-s., ltU-e t re it-ewer feu-
erals who died in southern prisons
thaa there were Confederates who
,tied in northern prisons.
Despite the so-called atrocities this
is the testimony of the records.
Again, it must be borne in mind
that every effort was made to induce
Secretary Stanton to agree to an ex
change of prisoners. If conditions
were really as revolting as they were
painted by some of the artists at the
north, this was an opportunity fpr the
relief of the sufferers. But tecre-
tary Stanton reasoned that Confeder-
ates were too dangerous to be ex-
changed on any basis; and if federal
soldiers continued to languish in
southern prisons it must be charged
to the inhumanity of the war depart-
ment at Washington.
Under the circumstances of this
crucial hour the south did for the
prisoners at And(r-sonville the ier3
hest which was in her power.
There was nothing in the evidence
to convict Major \Vlrz of harsh treat
went of the,prisoners, and concerning
the truth of this statement many can-
did writers at the north have since
become aware. B't in the meantime
Major Wirz was numbered among the
heavy sleepers. The unjust sentence
of the court-marti'l had been cruelly
Mr. Stovall states that in the opin-
ion of many thoughtful people the
prosecution of Henry Wirz was only
the initial step in an effort to impli-
cate Jefferson Da-is.
It was fully realized at the north
that the Confederate chief executive
could not be punished on the ground
of treason. He had been one of the
most conservative of the southern
leaders. urging the south to take no
rash or hasty action. Moreover the
right of secession was a constitutional
question. which. had never been set-
tied. and which had been raised first
in New England.
Consequently. if Mr. Davis was
made to suffer, it was necessary to
advance some other pretext.
In this connection the idea of call-
ing him to account for the sufferings
of the federal prisoners at Anderson-
ville flashed into the brains of some
of the astute northern leaders.
Mr. Stovall calls attention to the
fact that just before his -execution
Wlrz was waited upon by an emissary
of the government, and promised mit-
igation of his sentence if he would im-
plicate Jefferson Davis. But he








15th to


We go through our entire stock and cut prices.


Prior to my trip to New York markets I close out my stock

as far as possible at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES to

Get the Cash

We Are Now Ready

With a store filled with the Newest Fads and Staple


Nothing going on at our place but a Straight Sale at

Reduced Prices on Men's, Women's and

Children's Ready-to-Wear Goods

The Ocala Bazaar

Ir. P. OADSON, Prop.


this post. There can be no discount
either of his patriotism or his cour-
And the proper place for his me
moral shaft is at Andersonville.
If any unpleasant memories or bit-
ter feelings are stirred, it is some-
thing to be regretted. But the tiuth
of history must be told. Future ages
must be correctly informed concern-
ing the vicarious sacrifice of this fear-
less man; and justice must be done,
though the heavens fall.-Atlanta

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distress after eating, heartburn, bil-
iousnes sand nervousness.
It is well worth, a trial by any read-
er of the Banner who suffers trom
any stomach disturbance. It contains
ingredients that not only give relief
but that act on the stomach so bene-
ficially that in a short time the' flab-
by. tired ourt walls of the stomach re-
gain their strength and activity, and
can perfectly digest any kind of food
without aid.
Try Mi-o-na for a week: misery will
change to happiness: despair to i ope.
dull eyes to bright and you will your-
self wonder why you suffered so I ng
with such a wonderful prescription at
And only 50 cents for a large box
at the Postoffice Drug Store. an I at
druggists everywhere.

could not slander an innocent man.
No syllable of detraction ever crossed I
his lips. He died enshrining the im-
r nf hie a-hi







Standard Make of Plumbing gQd, oGa Englwee, Purmpa Irrull@" Ip
Acetylene Gas Plants Sold and Inllalled Com1pledt. tmEsUi pempi g
.nltted on any Work In our line.


@Pe ElWs

B:.v your new fence for years to come. Get the big. heavy wires, the
hinge j in:, the good galvanizing, the exactly proportioned quaLty of stUld
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in our stock and explain its merits a-
superiority, not only in the roll but in the field. Come and as am t
our prices.

H. B. CLARKSON, Manager .. 0. .. .. .. OCA LA LO

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P 0. Box No. 94

Stands Lke a Stone Wnll
Turns Cattie, Horm, Hogs-Is Prh fy noirHm



Edison Ambem


Are for sale here. They can be used upon
your Edison Phonograph by means of a






., ..

S'* .

a tmep .me

Mr gby a dereo-

i Cem- O spanay of thia
Sa' .t aI ne t a little
on" mwe t .mam to

M- p -ata to pat It into e-

Sii a admy are pen-ttta

l aft M te o put it into er-

Priue sad tamnly are en-
MO lo bresmms hese.
ae Mdtag fie now nto the

L&A. A. Lismmos. the moted cy-
S W .isr.I" n our section, and
tlbm "mwlnwg the steel."
am ~ d RMB r Is expected here
a dataL
^n wfte teak a trip home the
yw. m e a Mrte met wtih Mr.
m nam d am. Mr. John Cam-
-a- Mr. G(eige Wiagate, all ot
., qpdmg their launches up
tdbH Oklawaha. All reported
t health, god ving and easy
I aim passed through our
Itte cty. Ocala, and noted
a ibemtal hbutldinge and ex-
.s aets and midewalk. Old
IM MI In the lead for good

l. aad Mr. C. Carraway ot
F Pr were the guests of Mr.
EMu. 3. J. Jobaseu last Sunday.
Tm Jebhao is a prosperous
r. He say: "Look out, boys, or
mnely St the $N prize on the
eams." Tom is a astler.
OlM. r Jshmo.o is working at
wtMh Mr. W. Hyde.
a m ad a fie melon ona the "Dun-
J bil t" the other day as it came
B as. It is early for them now.
0v wIN mom be plentiful.
a, rw are coming In and buying
l this sect~o at a rapid rate,
Mm sema build up a thriving

r nitor. as the old saying is.
AM a a g time between drinks," so
Sbest ant take too large a one at
mad will drop la again soon.


Mr. a d Mrs. T. T. Munroe have re-
SWd Oeala, after spending two
Va 1 at the attractive bungalow of
me. W. GLodwla.
Sis Mo Statesbury of Ocala
aS -the guest of Mrs. T. T. Munroe,
SMrs. Oammby ad Mr. Robert
a during their stay here.
issesa TIle and Caroline Pasteur
g* t thin week with Mrs. J. G. Lege
a Mr. D. 8. Woodrow.
SWasCaro Idda and Miss Grace
N O peat the week-end with

S. Peter Mclatoash, Frank Har-
P 1 W bisoan. R. D. Mathews, J.
1WL, L. 3. aboinms B Bruce Mef-
Si. J. K. D sem and Mismes Carrie
Pit. Pauine Sullivan have re-
I ad baei m. after spending the week

M -u Mma Phillips, Mr. C. J. Phil-
f et i ad Mr. Phil R aInson are spend-
g thed week-and at Argyle cottage.
Thmday aftermeoo Mrs. D. S.
0W0i w lave a bathing tea in bon-
O 'r at the Yonga lady visitors at Wood-
= W. The tables were arranged on
00' 60 bah, and tea. sandwiches, wa-
A.emesm and miats were served, af-
A W V a ride was enjoyed in the

FrtMay evening a farewell dance
s gvea ea the Woodmar pavilion
beinr of the ymag lady guests.
ite and eake was served, and the
--ABg was me of great pleasure.
Mr. D. 8. Woodrow tis spending the
e ekaad with his family.

IeM-edts of SL Augustine have
a- the movlag pictures of the Ponce
de Leoa eteleration and can apprect-
tIne vatle of this as an advertise-
a-a for the Aacient City. Those who
arnIbuted so liberally to the cele-
hemsae fund must feel gratified over
ke pasibilties of their investment.
e merTit of the pictures will re*com-
ud them to the public., and they
wE be exhibited all over the I'nited
lai and in other countries. Noth-

tg mnaeeds tUke success. and now
Sot the Poace de leon celebration
hbas ba reca.aized as a great suc-
4a k will receive the support of the
-lfte amd the national zovernmnent.


Seal COr. Ocala Banner:The orange blossom reigns supreme,
The barbecue and basket picnic As fragrant as its tropic shores;
laist y wF gr> nwad ssagrMr. So hall the emblem of the state
at Friday wa a grand success. Mr. That rears from earth's awwt--
Lamb had overestimated his crowd scented- floors.'
and had me thn alfu his barbecue An orange bloom
mWith sw-eet perfume,
left. This was divided among his Our blossom sweet
I Let ages greet
friends and aelghbors, and all who Its glory and procalm afar
wished to take it away. Everyone The realm where other pleasures are.'
said they had a glorious day, and Whene'er you see the spotless bud,

were load In their praise of Worth-
ington Springs. The crowd came in
from Ocala, McIntosh, Evinston,
Gainesville, Alachua and Newberry.
Among the visitors were R. E. La-
tigue, J. Maxey Dell, Harry Dutton,

J. L.

Weinberg, J. L. Morris, Mr. and
Ledbetter, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Mrs. R. D. Medlin and daughter,
L. A. Jernigan and daughter.
C. C. Chitty, Miss Pearl Coul-
Mrs. Bromley, Mrs. Clark and

sister, of Gainesville; A. W. Fritot
and Mr. Cohen of Jacksonville; H.
Hutchinson of Palatka; Mrs. C. D.
May and Miss Pearl Henderson of
Newberry, and Mr. and Mrs. P. K.
Richardson and children of Evinston.
Music for dancing was furnished by
the Gainesville band.
The young people here have a
dance rehearsal on Tuesday and a
regular dance on Friday evenings of
each week. These are held at the
new pavillion and everybody is in-
Miss Elsa Reinvehl of Starke is
visiting Mrs. W. E. Middleton.
Misses Nita Knight and Josie Par-
ish of Lake Butler visited Mrs. R. B.
Warren Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Clara Mclntosh of Lakeland
is a guest at Hotel Worthington.
Miss Mabel Lamb entertained Miss-
es McIntosh, Knight and Praish and
Messrs McIntosh, Morrison, Nott and
Chapman Saturday evening at games.
Rev. McDaniel held regular ser.
vices here Sunday.
More than two hundred people vis-
ited the springs Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Guynn of Alachua are
visiting the family of J. K. Stephens.
Mrs. Coulson has rooms at the Cox
house and will remain all summer.


Special Cor. Ocala Banner:
We are having warm weather now.
Mr. W. R. Simpson, the machinist,
who has been spending a while with
friends and relatives in Georgia, has
returned to Fairfield to look after his
crops. We are glad' to have him back
with us.
Mrs. L. M. Sherouse of Reddick was
visiting her mother Sunday. Her
beautiful young daughter, Miss Doro-
thy Sherouse, accompanied her.
Miss Della Smith, who has been
teaching school at Candler, returned
home last Wednesday to spend the
summer with relatives. We are glad
to have her back with us.
Mr. Robert Chitty and Roscoe Math-
ews came out to Fairfield Sunday, to
take the two popular young ladies of
Fairfield, Miss Della Smith and Miss
Bessie Carter, to Sunday school out
at Flemington. Mr. Chitty and Miss
Smith had ordered a license and, of
course, were quietly married. Flem-
ington will be their future home. We

all wish them much success.
Wonder what young lady
that fell in the ice chest.
Mr. Roy Smith has decided

it was

to board

at Irvine.
Miss Edna looks pale and bad after
"Johanle" left. Hope he will be back

You know 'tis Florida, the fair,
And wafted to you comes the scent
Of all the blissful regions there.
The soil has made
Each dell and glade
A home for them
In diadem
Of painted colors-nature's own,
To scatter 'round her fragrant
The rose may have its followers,
The violet its standard, too;
The fleur-de-lis and lily fair
In tins of red and pink and blue;
But just a scent,
On pleasure bent,
Of orange sweet,
The nostrils greet,
And from our dreams the castles iise,
Of groves and meadows neathh calm
-W. Livingston Lamed, in St. Au-
gustine Record.

The late Robert Emory Park, state
treasurer of Georgia, was an uncle of
Mr. Robert Lee Park of this city.
The Georgian pays the dead treas-
urer the following beautiful eulogy:
Georgia's beloved state treasurer
has ceased to guard her vaults. With
appalling suddenness the message of
death has come to Robert Emory Park
and he has answered the summons
like tic answered the call to battle-
with.,"* a shudder.
The commonwea;l stands aghast
at the unexpectedness of the shock.
For only yesterday this man of iron
strength and colossal stature was seen
to move Saul-like among bis fellows.
Tru!y a cedar has fallen on the hill-
sides of Lebanon.
If there is one attribute which in
this chastened hour of bereavement
links itself to the character of this up-
right public servart it is the attribute
of fidelity. In an age of graft and of
malfeasance in office, he exemplified
the ethics of the simpler and better
days. His balance sheet was always
clean. No taint of corruption ever
soiled the hem ot his garment. He
was one of the old servitors of the
crown in whose eyes a guinea never
On the battlefield he was fearless.
At the home fireside he was the em-
bodiment of tenderness. In the office
of friendship he was the soul of hon-
And Georgia's strong-box was nev-
er guarded by one who was more un-
selfishly devoted to her interests.
Those who have observed his cour-
teous bearing from day to day say
that no finer sense of chivalry was
possessed by Lord Chesterfield. Time
land again on the street cars this cav-
alier trait was exemplified, and while
younger men refused to yield to gen-
tler passengers the seats which they
occupied, this courtly graybead al-
ways rose with his fingers upon the
rim of his hat.
We are prone to forget, but long af-
ter the blooms of this vernal month
are folded, the memory of this splen-
did Georgian will be fragrantly recall-
ed, for in the tender phrase of Ten-

oon. "He bore without abuse
The tomatoes are doing nicely, but The grand old name of gentleman."
are needing rain.
IFF After many years of faithful ser-
Mr. H. I. Black of Dayton, 0., has vice in the educational world, Dr. Yo-
been studying the downward revision cum has retired. At the conclusion
of the Aldrich tariff bill and sends to of his work this session, he will move
the Courier-Journal some of the re- to his orange grove, and live quietly,
suits of his studies. Thus on the "ne- attending to the management of his
cessity" of polo mallets he finds thaL grove. Dr. Yocum is too well and
the bill levies a duty of 35 per (ent., favorably known throughout Florida
while on the "luxury" of scoop shov- to need any eulogy at our hands. All
els the duty is 45 per cent. On the of our readers will join us in wishing
necessity of leather automobile linchIhim a happy and peaceful life in his
boxes the duty is 40 per cent.. and on'new surroundings.-UT. of F. Notes in
the luxury of empty dinner pails it Times-Union.
is 45 per cent. On the necessity of
gun-metal yacht fittings the duty is LUCKY EDITOR
45 per cent.. and on the luxury of 1- A newspaper in a good sized town
inch. No. 9. flat-head bright screws it recently published the following item:
is 76 per cent. Amber and meers- "The business man of this town
chaum cigarette holders, 6" per ctnt.; who is in the habit of hugging his
common clay pipes. 125 per cent.; typewriter had better quit, or we will
genuine ivory hair dressing comb., 35 have to publish his name."
per cent.; curry combs. 45 per cent.: The next day 37 business men call-
seal-skin sacques. 50 per cent.; wool-led at the office and paid up their sub-
en blankets (40 cents per pound). 85jscriptions and left behind 37 columns
per cent. And so on, and so on. Mr. of advertising, and told the editor of

Black. with a musical collaborator.
might make a taking comic opera ot
Mr Aldrich and Tiqo hill __/,.

the paper not to pay any attention to
foolish stories.
The revenue from the income tax

Grapes, etc.

All Fruits will soon begin to come


H. H. Rogers, the noted capitalist,
expired suddenly yesterday.

Akron, Ohio, has had a million and
a half dollar fire.

The Sunday lid has been put on
good and strong at Coney Island.

We thought Syd Carter too sly a
politician to have "writ" a letter-
and so many warnings, too.

Beard's disfranchisement bill was
killed in the house yesterday by a
vote of 38 to 20.

If a people can be made good by
legislation, the people of Florida are
going to be the best people on earth.

Don't disturb the down-trodden of-
fice-holders by suggesting a cortinu-
ation of pensions.

The Confederate monument to Capt.
Wirz was unveiled with beautiful and
impressive ceremonies at Anderson-
ville on Wednesday.

The postmen and telegraphers of
France are on a strike, and that coun-
try is facing a crisis, at least along
these lines.

Miss Nora Iselin is now the Count-
ess Ferdinand Colloredo-Mannsneld
So the American dollars are still pil-
ed up to maintain the pomp and saplen-
dor of titles on the other shore.

The present legislature is very good.
The alligator, the limpkin and th i go-
pher Ievelopeil friends among the

Tallahassee is mourning the death
of one of its most prominent ladies,
Mrs. Phelps Warden Wilson. Mrs.
Wilson was the only child of the late
Marianna D. Papy, one of Florida's
most distinguished citizens.

Senator Fletcher
front with a rush at

is going to

Peaches, Plums,


has already had one set speech in the
Record, and, on Monday, was a guest,
with Senator Tillman, at the Whfte
House table.-Tampa Tribune.

Senator Humphreys has Introduced
a bill defining drunkenness, and the
bill provides that habitual drunkards
shall be treated the same as lunatics
and be sent to the state insane asylum
for treatment. Will the asylum be
large enough?

We have no season of discontent,
but if we had one it would be made
glorious by these early shipments of
melons. In a little while our truck-
ers will have money enough to go into
the channels of trade, so that we all
shall get a share. Nothing like liv-
ing In Florida.

Little Dan Cupid has broken ur, the
Bachelor Girls' Club of Bayonne, N.
J., which was organized a year ago,
and forever foreswore marriage. Al-
ready six have proven traitors, and
now Dan Cupid catches almost the en-
tire bunch.

Figures of the production of Port-
land cement in the United States
during 1908, according to figures sup-
plied by the United States geological
survey by all of the cement producers
in the country, show a large increase
over the previous year. 51,002,612 bar-
rels, comparing with 48,785,390 bar-
rels. In value, however, there was
a decline of nearly 20 per cent., $43.-
472.679 in 190R comparing with $53.-
!9 2. 5-1.

The Florida East Coast Railway
Co.. is pushing to completion its Key
West extension at a rapid rate. thous-
ands of workmen being employed on
il. The Florida East Coast Railway
is one of the best managed rrleIma,.


in, so have your canning ma-

We are offering

Pint Jars at .

Quart Jars at

1-2 Gal Jars at

Fruit Jar Tops at

lar Rubbers at

Jelly Glasses at


60c dozen




and 10c



Of course, we have shot and bay.
onetted the Filipinos into loving us as
hard as a mule can kick down hill.
But occktionally the old spirit breaks
out-Just now there is a man-hnat
that reminds us of the time when the
British were hunting %Marion through
the swamps of Louisiana. and when
all of us were chasing Osceola in
Florida. Of course, all these wer.
"outlaws," but the yellow fellow This
time is named Jlkera. and that shows
he is beyond the pale. Who ever
heard of a Sunday school boy w th a
name like that? Down with him.-
Of course the above referenw, to
General Francis Marion being chae,,l
through the "Louisalana swamps" I a
slippanee. This intrepid soldier did
his brilliant exploits during th. ewe-
lutionary war In the Carolinas. l.-
islana was at that time French ibrrt-
tory. and hostilites did not reach that
far. For making some slippaaes of
this nature not very ag a& on* of
the Jacksonville papers said that the
"Newt Egg" was completely anaihilat

About the only newspaper In the.
state that Is upholding Frank (lark
in his undemocratic policy is the lAke
City Index. That Is no surprise to tihe
people of Florida-Tom Apple- art
owns that paper.-KIxalmmes Va'll,,
Wrong again. Brother Harris Tw
Herald is upholding Frank ('lark n
his recent stand for protection .in
Florida fruits and vegetables .an
will continue to uphold him .-n
against Bryan himself. Clark i- i-
Ing things. The other fellowpr ar.- ,,!;
talking about it.-Sanford Herahld
So there it goes again. All I l..-I.
tion must be in the* ,f io
growers and the umatifaciurn.r I'-
great industrial army of rfmn,,, .
who have to use number in I'h. t, I
ing and repair of hous. wh i,.....
to go to the store and pay out h.
har l-earned money for woolen. '..,
er and other goods; who have to .. ,
the market and pay out their nicl,-s.


Prepare Now!


NOW is the time to lay in a supply of Fruit Jars, Rubbers, Caps, Jar

Wrenches. and Jelly Glasses for canning Pears,

trial on hand and save time.

When putting up pickles
If You Think of Your Health etin nd that

have just received a fresh supply ofAND GROUND S ES


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

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




mm milmlllii- -..- imli m

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*-A.L I"CM for tle a'ih e'et eb !T eRetu
tm' af tme ame a rowan of $100 isa Oe of the mont remarkable freaks
sodw".S C of wand sad ero=ton known in the | OJf G p sy.
west is to be ft1nd In one of the small.
U i re the descriptions: er iMe earyon of the Grand Canyon e ABMSON iOWARI
1M Kv ner, rom Marion 't the Colordo river In Arizona. I
Jrts- raim. on April 2k9t, sentenc- In a narrow gorge, carved through' :
ed from Citrus county on April 2, centuries of fow of water and wind I oe .
i19S. for two years for illegal cohabi- driven sand down the little valley. Literary Press.
atto. He escaped also on June 22 there lies a huge bowlder as big as the h b P
19t. but was es tured onJe 22, average house moving van seen on a
Sbato was recptured. Evans is a ct street. It is held up solely by In the amethystine haze of an April
muallt, six feet and three inches friction on the sides of the gorge and morning on the Arizona foothills the
tall. Weighs 165 pounds. 25 years old, Is entirely free from any solid connec- cowboys of Circle H wheeled their
eet,. ten inches in length; scars on tion with the sides of the sandstone broncos Into the gray dust of the
breast. right arm and left arm. Born walls. trail.
at Kerahaw, S. C. From the sandy bed of the little There was a wild Jangle of spurs, a
I~~~~. -L--.. + .

Hester Stone. negress. escaped o
April L2oh from R. S. Hall. at Ocal
HIrn at Swan Station. N. C., and se
teI.-d from W'alton county on Apr
k. 19.*. for life for murder. She
fi, lt#- and four inches high. weigil
1'-. pounds,. *:: years old. length i
104 1 -1 ill(h s.
.1 J.. Ho. 10. whiit. man. **-Caped Ma
Ilth. from Marion Farms. unar Ocal
H. is five fe.t and four and on't-ha
In he-s tall. weig.he i. :pound.-
yoars old: l'-ngth ot fool. 9 :;-4 inc
+-.. scars on !eft thigh. back o! ii,(
and l-ft arm. Born in Philalejlph
and st-wten-ce. from Tampa on Mare

17th last. to one \-ar for grand la

Fred Kelly. a white man. ec.p
oni on the llth irpzi.. from Mario
Farn,.s. He is five feet and nine inc
es tall. weighs 192 pounds: 31 yeai
old;. length of feet. 9 inches. Scar
on left arm and large wen on top c
hePad Born in Boston. Mass., an
sentenced from Tampa on Februar
1.'th la.-t for fite years for assault t
John Blair. Inegro man. escaped o
th.- 11th inst from the camp of Hal
Meiggs & Townsend. at Lake Ker
Blair is five feet and eight inches
high. weighs 174. pounds: 35 year
old; mulatto; scars on right ankl<
left arm and right arm and on lef
leg. Born in Richmond. Va.. and ser
tenced from Jacksonville on Febr
ary 24th last for three years for as
sault to murder.


A White Girl Asks to be Legally De
clared a Negress
A telegram from New Iberia say
that a girl. evidently pure white, ha
signified her desire to be consider
a negro and to wed a negro. bu
Judge Simon. in the district court
has forbidden the issuance of a l

The girl was deserted in infancy b!
ber parents, supposed to have beet
Syrians. and she doesn't even knov
her real name. She was adopted b;
a respectable negro and his wif
seventeen years ago. and ever sine
has lived as their daughter. She it
a very intelligent girl. The man shf
desires to marry is a mulatto.
Some white persons caused her ti
he hauled into court to determine
whether she was white. The cour
decided that %.he was pure white.
She pleaded in vain to be designate
f ed as a negress. She said that even i
she were white she had been desert
ed by white people all these years an
she preferred to live as a negress.
The court gav* orders to issue nc
license to her here to marry a negro
bt it is supposed she will go else
where and wed the negro.


4 An old chair with a small can of iL
& M. Home Finish Varnish Slain
Amy old furniture with a small can of
L a NM. Home Finish Varnish. A
kitchen floor, porch floor, with a small
can (of I, & M. Home Finish Floor
Pain' Old kitchen chairs, benches
any old small things with a pound or
two of the L & M. Home Finish Do
mestic Paint A carriage, a buggy.
with about a dollar's worth of L. &
M. Home Finish Carriage Varnish
Paltt Porch Furniture. lawn swings.
iron railings, with a small can of L
& M. Home Finish Porch Enafel
Pain- in all colors. An old laky roof
made tight with a can of Eclipse Roof
and Bridge Paint. All old things
made new with these little cans of
I, & M. Horn Finish Paints Cost is
trifling. B< sure to get them from
Mcrlr & MacKay. Agenst. Ocala

It is hoped and believed that the
,tleteatton of orange growers now in
California will come back to Florida
with information that will be of in
valuable benefit to the growers ot
Florida. especially in the matter of
picklang and parking the fruit, for cer-
talnly there is room for improvement
If Florida growers would exercise
She same judgment in the careful
p-king grading and packing of the
fruit that the growers of California
do. the fruit would dmand a much
a higher price in the markets, and
would sell so quickly ilat there
whi be no fear of a glirt. The del
. f^ ht

law what a fne ranch be has for k
When be bad reached the live o0
tUcket quite a distance away he I
Muggins rest. Throwing himself upo
the ground, he surrendered his min
to a train of miserable thoughts.
He had lain there a long time, whe
suddenly he was aroused from his bi
ter reflections by the clatter of booed
over the rocky trail.
Pushing back his sombrero from h
eyes, he looked up into the smiling
face of Gypsy, seated upon Slap Dan
her favorite pony.
"And this tos the way you keep you
promise?" she said reproachfully.
He scrambled to his feet and, throw
ing one arm across the saddle on hi
pony's back, leaned there till he coul

specie of caterpillars to produce silk : future which he kept strictly to him- waters, yet once more."-Philadelphia
of bright orange yellow and fine rose self, resolved to execute the first step Ledger.
hues. By the aid of the spectroscope toward it when the owner of the ranch
the presence and nature of colored pig- returned to his own again. According- Why the Indian Wanted a Desk.
ments in the blood of the little ctfe- ly he mounted Muggins, his own pony, A story is told of Quanah Parker,
bures were established.-London Tat- and rode rapidly away across the! eone of the old Comanche chiefs. Par-
ler. brown mesa before the party could ar- ker had been extremely valuable in
rive. bringing the Comanches into friendly
A Postseript. From an eminence his well trained relations with the whites. He found
Willie. aged five, had delivered a eyes caught the blur of rising dust far himself getting on in years, but without
message from his mother to a lady. up the trail. Nearer approach enabled any property, and his white neighbors
but did not seem in a hurry to go. 1 him to recognize the ranch buckboard thought It would be a good idea to col-
Being asked if there was anything else driven by Bob Cat Nick. Seated by lect money to build him a house. They
hias other had bidden him say. he the driver was the trim figure of Gyp- did this, and when the house was
replied. "No. ma'am: only she said I sy, while the stout form of Herington ready they told him. and he went to
wasn't to ask you for any cake, but if and a slender man wearing a derby see it.
you gave me any I was to take It and occupied the back seat. Trailing be- "There is no furniture here." he said.
thank you." Be got the cake. hind or galloping proudly on either "What do you want?" they asked.
side of the vehicle rode the adoring He replied he wanted this and that
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et: Mayor-J. D. Robertson.
Un Clerk-Henry Sistrunk.
id Tax Collector-W. W. Clyatt.
Treasurer-William T. Gary.
n Marshal-W. C. Bull.
it- Council-At large, L. W. Duval;
fs first ward, A. G. Gates and H. D.
Stokes; second ward, Thomas B. Sny-
der and J. M. Meffert; third ward,
is D. E. Mclver and E. T. Helvenston;
g1 fourth ward, G. A. Carmichael and
sh Herbert C. Jones.
Council meets on the first and third
ir Tuesday evenings of each month.
Trustees, Ocala Sub-School District
r- -J. E. Chace, W. T. Gary and G. W.
a Martin.
I Chief of Fire Department-H. S.
d Chambers.
i Superintendent of Streets-E. G.
e Jones.
- Superintendent of Electric Light
Plant-Ed C. Bennett.
s Ocala Board of Health-Dr. E. Van
Hood, president: E. T. Helvenston,
" vice president; Dr. W. H. Powers, Dr.
r. W. V. Newsom and George MacKay.
,, Ocala Board of Trade-T. T. Mun-
d roe, president; C. L. Bittinger, secre-
. tary.
Ocala Rifles-Geo. A. Nash, captain;
John M. Graham, first lieutenant;
Will C. Dunn, second lieutenant.
I, Weekly drills every Tuesday night.
k Business meeting first Tuesday night
e of each month.
e * *
o Clerk Circult Court-Simeon T. Sis-
r trunk, Ocala.
Sheriff-J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector-E. L. Carney, Ocala.
- Tax Assessor-Alfred Ayer, Mcln-
- tosh and Ocala.
g Treasurer-T. E. Pasteur, Ocala.
Judge of Probate-Joseph H. Bell,
e Ocala.
? Surveyor- Alexander Moorhead,
9 Ocala.
. Supervisor of Registration--E. T.
d Williams, Ocala.
Commissioners-George MacKay.
chairman, Ocala; M. M. Proctor, Le-
- von; Nathaniel A. Fort, Lynne; W. J.
Crosby, Citra; James M. Mathews,
s Flemington
c Board meets first Tuesday in every
f School Board-Superintendent and
d secretary, J. H. Brinson; members,
Isaac Stevens, Ocala, chairman; B. R.
Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham, Ft.
t Senator-D. H. Baker, Orange
Repreentatives-W. D. Carn,
d Ocala; L. S. Light, Reddick.
Justice of the Peace, Ocala District
-John W. Lyles.

Governor-Albert W. Gilchrist, Tal-
l iahassee.
Secretary of State-H. Clay Craw
ford, Tallahassee.
Treasurer-C. V. Knott, Tallahas-
see. L
3 Attorney General-Park M. Tram-
mell, Tallahassee.
Superintendent of Public Instrue-
tion--W. M. Holloway, Ta.lahassee.
Commissioner of Agriculture-B. E. n
McLin, Tallahassee.
Adjutant General-J. Clifford R.
Poster, Tallahassee.
Railroad Commissioner-Newton A.
Blitch, R. C. Dunn, R. Hudson Burr, 1
all Tallahassee.
Members Supreme Court-Thomas
Ia. Shackleford, chief Justice; R. Fen- P
wick Taylor, W. A. Hocker, J. B.
Whitfleld, Charles B. Parkhill, Robert 2
c. Cockrell, all of Tallahassee.
Senators-D. U. Fletcher, Jackson-
ville; James P. Taliaferro, Jackson-
vile. I
Congressmen-Stephen M. Spark-
man, Tampa; Frank Clark, Gaines-
ville:; D. H. Mayes, Monticello.

, gorge to the rock is fully seventy-five clatter of restive hoofs, and they were summon se mastery.
a feet. The Indians who once roamed off like one of the brown whirlwinds "What do you care, Gypsy?" h
a. over the Grand canyon country have, of their own desert to meet Gypsy and finally interrogated, his eyes stubborn
n- of course, legends to account for the "the boss," who were coming to the ly refusing to meet hers.
il location of the big round rock. but as ranch to spend a week. Some of the brightness left the girl'
is a matter of fact it is believed to have They had derisively hurled "Arios. face as she noted the misery on his.
is; rolled off the slope of a rocky and pre- Layne!" at the bronzed young foreman "Tell me what it all means, Ned,
of cipitous mountain about five miles as he leaned against the corral gate. she begged. "Why are you not your
,distant from the canyon and to have They could not understand why he had self? Why do I find you so changed?
I I been picked up in the path of some persistently refused to join their re- "Changed? Heavens!" and he could
cloudburst years ago and rolled to its ception committee. not forbear a gesture of impatience
present resting place. It really was not the coming of Her- "You"-
If The stone hangs only by a small ington, "'the boss." that was calling "Here," she interrupted in the scold
24 projection on each side. but it Is so forth the unusual demonstration, but Ing tone of her privileged girlhood
h- solid that it forms a convenient foot- the return of Gypsy, their little comrn- "we come all the way from New Yori
1 bridge across the gorge over which the rade of the range, whom they had not to pay you a visit at Circle II, arrive
in pedestrian may take his way.-Kansas seen for four years. It never entered and find this on the table," and she
h City Journal. Their simple heads that two years of held up a letter. "What do you meal
r school in France, followed by two by resigning? Why do you want to
WATERPROOF FABRICS. more of travel and society, might leave father's ranch? He is wild ove:
4i WAEPORI have changed their merry, fun loving it and sent me to find you."
n There Are Several Methods by Which little pet. "I should think Elllngton might ob
They AreTreated She was coming back as she had ject to your riding after me," he re
h Are T .promiised-that was the dominant con marked, his bronze cheeks reddening
rs Falrics are waterproofed by impreg- sideration-and off they went, whoop- with scorn.
rs Rating them with metallic salts, by in "Ellington?" Then a light broke
coating them with oil. grease and wax. Ned Layne, however, knew different- over her face. "That funny lord
o by coating them with india rubber or ly. Ie had seen her a year ago, and Why, Lord Percy is in England long

d by treaings of copper. with amfirstonacal so the knowledge had come to him then. ago. Finding me too loyal an Ameri
o applied to sailloth. The canvas is She was a young lady, and they-and can to buy a foreign title, he endec
impregnated with alum or calcium he-were only cowboys. As he leaned the long siege and departed."
acetate and then immersed against the gate he thought of the old "Who came with you and your fa
n cetathe and then in mer in a fiin,. 'ys. le remembered her eyes ani other, then?" he inquired.
bath containing soap. which forms in oice on the evening before she de- "Oh, that was Cousin Cyril, who i
r. soluble lime or alumina soap in the parted into the world, and he remem- just out of college and needs the tonic
s The second process Is used for rai lberedl how she had said to him: of our mountain ozone."
rs coats, imitation leather, etc. The fal- "';oodby, Ned. Father is going to Slipping lightly from the back ol
e, ric passes between hot rollers and give you the place of foreman. Make Slap Dash. she came over to Ned and
ft then over a cylinder of wax, etc. the most of your opportunities and buy in her old way put both hands on his
n- In the third process a solution of out the Bar T. Don't forget me. Ned," strong young shoulder.
India rubber in carbon disulphide anLd tier eyes had been moist when she "Now. Ned." she said. "you won't
chloroform or othecar ent suphe uddnly dropped them. leave Circle H, will you? Father needs
s- Thi process s used for mackntosahei "I'll never forget you, Gypsy," he you."
and bathing caps and is applied to had promised stoutly, pressing the "Why did you treat me as you did
thread. hand that fluttered in his. in New York?" he moodily demanded,
In the fourth process, employed in "'When I come home to the ranch I evading the question.
the manufacture of bookbindings and want you to be here to meet me," she "Before a stranger-and Lord Percy
e- Willesden canvas, cotton cloth Is run added. at that?" asked she. laughing roguish.
through a solution of oxide of copper "I'll be sure to meet you," he re- ly. "If, sir, you had come to breakfast
s In ammonia, which dissolves the super- turned. Then the train had borne her next morning, I-I might have treated
iecial layer and on evaporation leaves away to the new life, so different from you otherwise."
s It In the form of a uniform coating of that among the boys on her father's He turned, facing her squarely.
d cellulose. The process is completed by ranch. With one of his strong hands he Im-
t pamsing the cloth between rollers. Ned Layne and Gypsy Herington had prisoned both of hers and held them
There are still other processes, but been great comrades in those care free against his breast.
t' these are the most important--Scien i days. and If now he was the only one "What would you have done if-if I
i ttnc American. not riding out to meet her it was be- had come?" he said breathlessly.
cause he felt that those old days were Her lovely face went very crimson
y His Kindly Act. gone forever and would best be for- under the searchlight of his eyes, but
n In a Sunday school class recently gotten. There should be nothing on she answered bravely, "Ned, I'd have
w the teacher sought to impress upon the his part to remind her of old promises kissed you right out."
y small boys the virtue of kindly and and old thoughts that could have no The foothills looked natural again.
e helpful deeds. place In her life any more. The sun shone with its old time glint
e "Now" said she, "let every boy here Just a year ago Layne had seen her and shimmer upon the gray desert
e try to do some kindness during the once at a great hotel in New York, sand. He had no longer the feverish
a week and next Sunday report what he where the wealthy ranchman and his desire to get away to fresh scenes.
e did.* daughter were stopping. He had gone "I'll stay at Circle H always, Gypsy,
Next Sunday arrived, and the teach- all the way to the far eastern city for since you wish it," and. taking his
o er proceeded to listen to stories of good no other purpose than to see her, but written resignation from her, he tore
e deeds done. Finally she reached the the result had been a sadly discourag- It into fragments. "Say, sweetheart,"
t smallest boy in the class. His age is ing one, and he had said farewell to he added, putting an arm tenderly
nine. 'his dreams. Gypsy, dressed in a be- round her waist, "I'll buy out Bar T
"Well. Willie." she said. "have you wildering gown and moving with be- tomorrow, and we'll run both ranches
- done any kindness for any one. any- wildering ease and elegance among the together."
f thing really helpful, during the week?' elegant throng that oppressed the
- "Yes'm." ranchman, was on her way to the Some Bathroom Mottoes.
I "What was it?r opera under escort of an Immaculately It is very odd that while mottoes
"I let another kid copy me arithmeticc clad young Englishman possessed of have been made, invented and borrow-
o lesson off me book In school." a big title, and Layne was left to be ed for every other room in the house,
entertilned by her father. o the bathroom should be mottoless.
A Billion. She 1lhd asked him to come back and Verses appropriate to the guest room
Great Britain clings to Its own nu- breakfast with them. but her changed comes apprettily framed, the dining room
medical system and regards a billion bearing and the cool treatment accord- walls sometimes show a mural deco-
as a million times a million. But ed to him by the condescending noble- ration of good cheer, an appropriate
America differs, a billion in the United man had nettled Layne. He took the verse is carved into the library mantel,
States being only a thousand millions. very next train back to the land of: while smoking room, den and living
SThis is perhaps the only instance in sunshine, where people were not proud room each boasts a special incentive to
which a thing is bigger In the old and stuck up and did not forget old smoke, loaf or indulge in cheery chat-
Scountry than in the new. One has to friends. ter in painted, pyrographed or sten-
go only a little way from England- On his return the cowboys of Circle coiled verse or prose. Only the bath-
r to Calais-to find the billion lessened. H had besieged him eagerly for news room remains mottoless.
for France dignifies a thousand mil- of their little chum of the ranch. Surely, with so vast a field for in-
r lions with the name of billion. They "Yes. I saw her," he answered, veil- vention or Imitation, there should be
- are wasting a word in France in tlis ing the bitterness in his heart, "and no dearth of mottoes for the bathroom.
connection, however, inasmuch as she's a great belle in her society togs. For example, take Bacon's "Cleanness
there Is already a word. milliard, to She has a beau: Lord Percy Ellington, of body was ever esteemed to proceed
designate this number.-Chicago Ree- one of those plug hatted chaps, and from a due reverence to God."
ord-Herald. she seems to like his attentions all And here's one from sixteenth cen-
Sright. The boss says he followed them tury's John Heywood:
Caterpillars. back from Europe." The loss of wealth is loss of dirt.
The green and yellow tints so fre- Having imparted this information to As sages at all time assert.
quently to be found in caterpillars are the news hungry men. Ned had gone The happy man's without a shirt.
stated to be due to coloring matter de- off by himself under the starlight and or Pope's scornful prod, "A heap of
Strived from their food and passed finally abandoned all his old plans and dust alone remains of thee." "Aye,
through the blood of the spinners. By hopes, there's the rub!" might be carved into
SImpregnating leaves with artificial col- Ever since that night the young man the towel rack. while let into or over
ors the experimenters caused some had been formulating a plan for his the tub Byron's "Once more upon the


In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi-
cial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County-In Chancery.
Susan Taylor. Complainant, vs. Ed-
ward Taylor.Defendant-Order for
Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant





$17.66-AehevllI., N. ., ad
account Natleoal AeAmeeaIm
A. of America. Tickets a
May 28. 29 and 30. Pial
days from, but not heludlin ,
of Siale.
$14.25-Atlanta, Ga., sad remL
count American A-o atld
ticians. Tickets on sale J3M
and 20. Final limit. June I5k
$31.A5-Memphis, Tena, and
account Interstate Coetom
Crushers' Association. Tlchett
sale May 16. 17 and 18. PUeal
it May 22. 1909.
$66.90-Denver, Cole., and reterm .
count General Assembly
ian Church in U. 8.-of
Tickets on sale May 16. 17I, 1
19. Final limit to reach
starting point Oct. 31.
$8.35-Savannah, Ga.. and retnt ,*
count General Assembly r
ian Church in United States.
ets on sale May 17. 18 and 19.
nal limit June 2. 19419.
$27.25-Louisville. Ky., and r4 t
account Annual S. sMion A=siI
Arabic Order. Nobles of the MyWI
Shrine. Tickets on sale June &
7 and 1. Final limht June 17. l6
on payment of $1 extended to JiIa
30, 1909.
$20.80-Nashville. Tenn.. anl ret
account Annual Ses.sion 8
School Congress and Young PeW
pie's Chautauqua. Final limit J--&
15. 1909.
$17.65--Asheville. N. C.. and retuI
account International Coavlesti
Baraca and Philathea Tickets
sale June 17 aiil ni. Final 1-5
June 25. 1909.
$15.25-Tuscaloosa, Ala.. and
account Summer School for TMl5
ers. University of Alabama.
ets on sale June R. 9. 12. 14. 11.8t
28. July 3 and 5. Final IMtt. ,I
days from date.of sale. but o
ment of $1 extended to Septpemb
30. 1909. 1
$20.80-Nashville. Tenn.. and
account Peabody College m
School for Teachers and Vsm-
bilt Biblical Institute Tickets
sale June 6. 7. S. 14. 15. 16. 2&
30. Final limit. 15 days from
of sale. but on payment of $1 -i
tended to September 30. 10,.
$17.65-Aaheville. N. C.. and re
account Dramatic Order Knights
Khorassan. biennial meetingla. T
ets on sale July 8. 9. 10 and 11. '
nal limit July 20. 1909.
$16.25-Memphis, Tenn, and
account annual reunion Coofe l ow,
Veterans. Tickets on sale J-m I
6 and 7. Final limit. June 14.
by depositing tickets with
agent. Memphis. between Jm-
and 14. extension may be hal I
July 1. on payment of fee of a..
Traveling Passenger Afe-.
HENRY RAYSOR. Local A0e0t.




Atlantic oesat LUNe
For Homosassa and Weet
orth, 8:20 a. m.
For Homosassa and West 081
south, 2:30 p. m.
*For Gainesville and Jackseve i
:10 p. m.
For St.Petersburg and Tampa. =2:4

For Gainesville and Jackssean
:40 a. m.
For Leesburg and St Peterube
:40 a. m.
Seaboard Air Limn
*For Tampa, Leesburg. O. r
:37 p. m.
*For Jacksonville. Galnesville. I3:
For Tampa, Leesburg. Orland, 1:0
For Jacksonville. Galnemville, i
*Day trains on Seaboard ad
tlantic Coast Line arrive tweEW
minutes earlier, and stop for dh
Mails close twenty lanuteo bf
having time of tranda

herein named. o-wit: Edward Taylor. has helped more to form
be and h is hereby required to ap- helped more to form a ar
l)ar to the bill of complaint filld in public opinion, and is responslMe TO
this cause on or before Monday. the more legislation in the Interset af
2nl day of August. 1909. "THE COMMON QOO0
It is further ordered that a copy of than any other general m
this order be published once a week th y other
for eight consecutive weeks in the Reason: Enough people have saectg
Ocala Bannpr, a newspaper publish- confidence in the editorial peMey of
ed in said county and state. Everybody's to make the iagai a
This ith day of May. 1909. E t m t m
i S. T. SISTRI'NK power. More readers with the nao
I Clerk Circuit Court. Maion Co.. Fla. amount of confidence would mn
;5"-21 By M. E. Sumner. D. C. more power. You can help-every

KENTUCKIAN The best fiction. the fitnet illustes
Notice---Know all men b theseI tions, and "live' articles are found
presents that I, Shadrach H. Arm- every issue of Everybody's. The
strong, have coal oil for sale at 15 magazine may be obtained from y e
cents per gallon. Some say it ain't!news dealer, 15 cents a copy; or yu
good oil. but I say it is. I will also can subscribe through your dealer,
tie your broom-corn, one-half for the cal representative, or direct. 0
other. I crush corn every Thursday year, $1.50; three years. $3.
by toll-gate. Turkeys picked very THE RIDGWAY COMPANY
promptly any day of the week. Horse- Union Square New Yer
shoeing a specialty at 6 bits a round. ---
Watch and pistol repairing guaran- NOTICE TO THE PEOPLE OP
teed. Shoes half-soled while you wait. OCALA
Umbrellas fixed and axe-handles made It is the wish of the sa-tary e
for 1.- cents. Will teach southern
harmony and the fiddle combined for mittee of the city council to bsp
$3 mo. Pictures enlarged by a new iOcala in as thorough sanitary em&i
Process, and my hot tamale and hair tion as opssible at all times, but -a
oil receipt go :130 days for 25 cents. pecially during the spring and as

1 __

District Court-James W. Locke,
judge, Jacksonville; E. 0. Locke, Jack-
sonville, clerk; John F. Horr, mar-
shal, Jacksonville: J. M. Cheney, dis-
trict attorney, Orlando; David S. Wil-
liams, commissioner, Ocala; George
C. Crom. nostmaster, Ocala.

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Phone 48


Ballard's Obelisk and Patapsco

Superlative Flour


to A. Brown & Bro.




Oh! Ham

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

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

"The Ham what am."

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Tetley's Orange Pekoe and Mixed

Tea. Magic Yeast.

Full line Staple Groceries



b emrame o( the tariff debate
S @ e this week the following
|- weUre made in connection
I *te charged to the con-

M- call *-tte 9ton to the
la t-oS e Oiamer set of Hav-
Oft u -a. It was invoiced to
iiiw Tork beaom at $6.77; pack-
4me 46 eeCs; eumtom bouse
to s valse, 58 cents; to-
0 Ot at 0o per cent.
=o btsl cost of
STt aft ot laviland china
tb O aft et' Washington
2be Is a prmt of about

O the atteAU of senators to
o er ther small articles. I
aphanese *bao Blue-
e s samd sanems pay a duty on
4t 3 34 cents per pair, in-
paWcktag chae.M paying a
S40 per ceat., or 2 1-4 seats per
These goods sell in Washington
46M a pair, or almost 100 per
V ar the value at which they
4M. The COMNIMer pays JO 1-4
dty an a 36-ceut purchase, or
CLPer Oeat.
am e proportion holds good on
MONwlog Sters: Plates, dutiable
l e-4 Csts.; retail price, 356
n cups. dutiable price, 1 2-3
MsE Or 1 seats each. A teaet.
of teapet, sugar. cream, ana
MS OW MsIOCeS, east 41 cents,
d 4y paid. mad is selling in the
in Washingtoe for $2.0. An
S astlig 41 enats is selUng at
Our $ O. and these are the piec-
lp bai y the large department
eu st the country. When
ime to mall places in Iowa,
Nebraska and the Dakotas,
gg aref fte 20 to 30 per cent-
aRiohin to hat-
OggOr 9001-Mr. President. I dis-
1O && the senate. but I made
0 SOM a weak or ten days ago
l k I asid that before there was
AM.Oy M gslas.are. pitchers cost
inpber fr*m three to four dollars.
-04 OM ne w they could be bought
O U.5 a Here (exhibiting) is
A ir. a halfWlon pitcher, which
Slk be t ai0t at the factory for 90
Ms a 4dese-mot apiece. but a doz-

later Newlaads-Let me ask the
gsr w at what price does the
e sll that pitcher?
01smoer Scotv -I cannot answer the
,ter an that point. I could possi-
2 ngo down the street and ascertain.
8 I presume the consumer would
W 1 to pay from 40 to 5o cents for the

Smatlor Newlando--Por eaeh pitch-
.O That would be $4, 0 a dozen.

Sneatwr itmmno-Take. for instance.
Sanmlufactumr of razors. I ha\e an
bwtre wb*nr* tie inanutacturer
W $3 5t lofor a dozen razors. The
mA^ ^ r to St lAous secures a "2 Ier
O 46@~4at for cash in ten days
Sthe artkle. He jobs the article
4 eman him 2. S. with 2 twr rm

senator from Mississippi, (Mr. McLau-
rin) a moment ago called attention to
clothing. I have an illustration as to
clothing, to which I thought I would
call his attention, which shows, as I
contend, that even with woollen goods
the duty is not a factor in increasing
the price to the consumer. I under-
stand that the coat of the cloth, bind
inds and finishing of all kinds of a
$10 suit is about $2.25.
* S
Senator Gore-Take the consumer;
take the ordinary citizen. How stands
the count with him? Begin, sir, with
the hat upon his head. Take the
Stetson or Knox hat, and, for aught
I know, other varieties, and the re-
tailer has to sell those hats to the
consumer at a fixed price He has no
choice and has no discretion. Take
the shoes upon his feet, and every
standard pair of shoes in the United
States is sold to the retailer upon the
express condition that he will sell it
to the consumer at a fixed price, ano
he has no liberty: he has no option.
Is the retailer responsible in that
case? Nay, sir. Take the clothing
upon his back. The saem thing holds
true. Suppose he wears a suit Tiade
by Hart. Scha*ner & Marx. The re-
taller purchases the suit upon the ex-
press condition that he must sell it to
the consumer at a fixed price, and if
he varies from that price but by the
breadth of a fartbJng, he does so at
his peril and runs the risk of forfeit-
ing other business from the same
concern. * *
I ask the senator with reference to
Manhattan shirts, Earl & Wilson's
shirts. Does the senator say in that
case the retail merchant is the robber
who outrages the consumers of this
Sir, this is a miserable sham invent-
ed by the manufacturers. Driven to
desperation in order to defend them-
selves against their outrages an I in
order to shield themselves, they in-
diet and they malign the retail deal-
ers of the United States.-Congres-
sional Record.


If rain-water barrels and tanks and
other receptacles around the premises
to hold water were destroyed or kept
free of water, and kerosene poured
into cess pools, about a quart every'
month or so, there would. ,ie no mos-
quitoes at inland towns -uch as De-
Land. It is a very easy matter to
keep the town free of this pest if this
is done. An old barrel with raih,-wa-
ter left in it will breed a sufficient
number of mosquitoes to infest an
entire neighborhood. A few years
ago the city board of health made a
war on these rain barrels, tanks and
Other receptacles about premises andt
lying around in vacamn lots, and as a
result there were very few nosqui-
toes in the city that summer, and it
was a great relief to the people. An
Inspector was appointed for this work.
It is te be hoped that the city board
of health will take this matter up
again, and see to it that no such ves-
jsels are permitted in town.--Del.and
I !


Blossoms gleamin',
Bees are teemin'
In a riot of perfume.
Orange sweetness
Its completeness
Scatters in the sunny room.
Birds are bringing'
Sweetes' singin',
Every bough is bendin' down
With the feathered
Chaps, untethered,
From old winter and his frown.
Heart is brimmin',
Eyes are swimming '
Tears of gladness all the while.
Here's thanksgivin'
That I'm livin,'
Greet each morning with a smile.
-W. Livingston Larned, in St. Au-
gustine Record.

Let him henceforth be known to
fame as Orange miossom MacWil-
liams. The gentleman from St. Johns
has revealed a very intimate acquaint-
ance with the eternal fitness of things
in his legislative recognition of the
orange blossom as the emblematic
flower of Florida.
The Tribune is surprised that any
other flower should ever have been
seriously considered in this connec-
tion. The orange blossom is as dis-
tinctively Floridian as the shamrock
is Irish. It represents at once the
beauty and the wealth of Florida-
the balm of its climate, the fragrance
and fertility of its. groves and gar-
dens, the resourcefulness of its natu-
ral endowments.
It is as pure as Florida womanhood,
as pervasive as Florida manhood, fair
and tender as Florida girlhood, and as
radiant in its promise of full fruition
as Florida's future.
It is the floral emblem of the mar-
riage rite. and its perfume suggests
the soft lights, the organ's heaving
voice, the sweet solemnity of priestly
tones, when in the sanctuary two
lives and lovers are plighted "till
death do part."
So. it typifies for Florida, the union
of natural wealth with human brain
and energy in the development cf a
great commonwealth, the wedding of
the Man and the Soil! By all means
let it be the state flower.
Florida itself is of floral derivation
and the orange blossom is its bright,
particular flower. When one thinks
of orange blossoms he thinks of Flor-
ida: and when he thinks pf Florida
he thinks of orange blossoms.
Time was when the favorite outside
emblems of Florida were the sick
tourist and the alligator-that time
has passed. Let the orange blossom
come into its own'-Tampa Tribune.

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"What is democracy?" That's


"What is a democrat?" That's an-
other question.
Democracy is substance, is equal-
ity. Equality before the law. Equal-
ity in representation. Equality in
taxes. No class legislation. No pro-
tected industries. No unequal bur-
densome taxation.
That is Jeffersonian simplicity.
That is what every democrat votes
for as the sum of the national plat-
form. That is what every democratic
candidate proclaims when he stands
for election.
But what is an elected democrat?
According to the Louisiana con-
gresman, it is to tax all the people
for the sugar they use that the sugar
planters may be protected.
According to the Georgia and oth-
er representatives it is to make all

consumers pay more for lumber that
the lumbermen may make a higher
According to Senator Tillman it
means that all tea drinkers shall
pay more that the little experimental
tea garden in South Carolina may
charge more for its samples.
According to Frank Clark it means
that all pineapple eaters shall pay
more that the Florida pineapple grow-
ers may charge more.
In other words: We proclaim we
are against the theory but we agree
to the practice-democratic in theory
but republican in practice.
We may talk all around it as we
please and offer the excuse that "we
are against the system," but since it
must be, we want a "divy," but do
we not place ourselves in the position
of the boy who considers it a sin to
deliberately steal an apple, but who
sees no harm in taking a bite of the
apple if some other fellow steals it?

And is it not because of thi' very ev
ident fact that it is getting to be the
fashion these days to proclaim that
there is little difference beWwoen the
two parties?
And because of the lack of strong
ly outlined differences is that not the
reason why the republican party bha
no trouble in making a complete
scoop?--Orlando Reporter-Star


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