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C L Bittinger and R R Carroll
Editors and Publishers
R R CARROLL Business Manager
I A her Frank secured permission
yesterday from the county commis
sioners to place a number of seats
f Around the courthouse urblng How
restful these seats will be when the
fathers and mothers and their little
t ones repair to the courthouse to hear
our Incomparable Metropolitan Band
l give Its summer concorts Asher will
r have tho sincere thanks of these ap
r preciative people
The state editors in getting out an
edition for one day last week ot the
St Augustine Record did commenda
ble work There were 15 of them
1 headed by Frank Harris of the Ocala
Banner who was the editorinchief
We had Intended giving the names of
I every contributor and the subjects
treated but mislaid our copy Such
l bright and shining lights of Florida I
r Journalism Illumed the way in the per
f sons of Tom J Appleyard of the Lake
City Index Lambright of the Tampa
Tribune Miss Jefferson BeJ of Tal
lahassee J W White Fraternal Re
cord Jacksonville Farmer of the Levy
County Times Mrs C H Lloyd the
I Ocala noclety editor The edition was
one brimful ot sparkle and ginger a
credit to the gray matter that effused
Mr Slaydon Fakes son of Dr Fakes
l former owner of a big orange grove
I I on the southeast edge of town but
now a wholesale groccryman In Ashe
vllle N C arrived yesterday from
Dunedin where he went to recuperate
from an attack of grip His Ocala
friends will be plased to know he Is
greatly Improved He Is the guest of
l Judge and Mrs R McConathy
i Lake City will ontcrtaln the Florida
Press Association next year and
heres hoping that Appleyard will have
a dally for the boys to edit Tampa
f Mr and Mrs Henry F Albright of
Portland Maine arrived in the city
r yesterday and left today for Jackson
ville and home They have spent the
season on the East Coast went to
Key West and returned via Tampa
Fort Myers the Manatee St Peters
burg Tarpon Springs etc taking
photographic views from our most at
tractive scenery and life for the H C
Leighton Cos post cards They tar
ried here to see where a Mr Griffin
lived In Ocala 12 or 14 years ago They
are pleasant people and made the Star
an appreciated call Mr Albright was
In Ocala two years ago
Mr Klpllngerr aluminum man
I from Atlanta Is here to show our
people the wear ver aluminum cook
Ing wear Economy dictates that they
should be In eVery household Mr
Klpllnger and his assistants are call
ing on our people See his ad in the
Star and If he doesnt call phone
t >
Mr J L Smoak who several months
II ago went to Cordova S C to the
bedside of his mother who was not
expected to live and was taken sick
shortly after getting there and came
near dying ere Jfc turn jfor the beiter
k come returned jWome this morning
f greatly Improved but still a very
f weak man I
Re Tom gjbppcr tofrthe M E
t church South tffitj is no fjl cated at
Crystal River andihlls the pulpits at
Homosassa caron tie and L < canto
r was In town today He said every
thing was moving along nicely In his
town and at Homosassa everything
C was booming since Dr Curtis bought
several pieces of property for a san
itarium Including several fartns on
which to grow produce for the Insti
tution He also purchased two lots
r In the town on which to build a bank
r The doctor says Inside of five years
he will have the place lit up by elec
tricity He Is having 30 rooms ad
ded to the house he purchased for a
Mr J F Baker who Is employed by
tho Camp Phosphate Company and
superintendent of the Blue Run mine
has been spending a few days in Ocala
t and attended a meeting of the Odd
Fellows last night Mr Baker is a
i pheasant young fellow and a worthy
i member of the Dunnellon lodge of
r Odd Fellows
t The following youths will enter Dr
J C Boozers corn contest W H An
derson Willlston Clyde Martin Red
I dick Charles Harrington Robert
Brown Travis Eichelberger Henry
Brooks Andrew Edmond Joe Tucker
McDuffy Ward Gilbert Maxwell Mays
LaRoche Will Hood Richard Mark
ham and Ernest Johnson of Martin
A white man named A M Holt and I
a negro W M Summers ere arrest
ed at Summerfield Sunday charged
with selling liquor without a license
They were released on JSOO bond each
by Judge Bell They will have a hear
ing April 16th
1 Revival services are being held in
I Belleview this week Rev J J
I Thompson pastor of the Methodist
r Episcopal church assisted by Rev S
Addyman Smith district superintend
ent are holding those services
Jot Mathews of Flemington was
In town yesterday and said the lead
Ing and representative citizens of his
section were opposed to county divis
t ion They were born In old Marion
L and want to die and be buried in the
t banner county of the state
r 1 Mrs Bogart of Bellevlew was In
to n today and informed us that she
would leave In a few days for her for
mer home in the East She has solfl
her Bellevlew property to Mr C E
Foy of Port Inglls
f Mr W H Jones wife and two
children of Dunnellon moved today
into the cottage In front of Mr S T
SIstrunks residence
Mr T J Arnold of the McDowell
i Crate and Lumber Company who
makes his home in this city with the
r McDowell family received his new
automobile yesterday which he will
UBO daily In EOlng to and returning
from the mill
The pupils of the high school have
begun to practice the songs for the
commencement exercises Mrs D E
Mclver one of Ocalas very best
b musicians has charge of the music
and is drilling the chorus I
The Klpllngers held a demonstra
tion last night at the lovely home of
Mr and Mrs T E Bridges where to
several dozen people Mrs Klpllnger
Sr demonstrated to all that the wear
ever cooking utensils made of alum
inum were the thing for the culinary
department of a house These vessels
and Implements are strictly sanitary
which the enamel ware Is not being
lined with glass and this as the
vessel wears out goes into the food
Mr Kiplinger Jr made a very inter
esting talk on the mineral Its rarity
and the expense incurred In its early
discovery It being worth a dollar an
ounce but of late years since It has
been found In the clays of the coun
try the price has gradually come down
to five dollars a pound There are
factories where these cooking utensils
are made In the United States Eng
land France Russia apd Germany
Mr Kiplinger showed the crowd how
cooking could be done In these ves
sels treating the crowd to various
31110168 of delicious cooking Mrs
Bridges received her guests gracious
ly and made all feel at home and re
freshed them with strawberry punch
which was greatly enjoyed The ev
ening proved one of great social en
joyment Those we noted present
were Mr B J Potter MLss Valeta
Potter Mrs Frank Harris Mrs Har
vey Clark Dr and Mrs D M Smith
Rev R H Barnett and wife R R
Carroll and wife Dr J W Hood and
wife Rev T J Nixon Mrs E P
Rentz and little daughter Miss Kate
I Rentz Miss Josle Williams Miss Car
ne Pelot Mrs M C Looney Mrs T
M Moore Mrs R L Anderson and
sister from Kentucky and Mr and
Mrs C L Bittinger It seemed to be
the consensus of opinion that the
aluminum cooking utensils were the
correct thing and that many will be
sold in Ocala goes for the saying
The Ocala camp of Confederate vet
erans met In regular monthly session
yesterday 26 strong and devoted
three hours to routine business some
of which evoked much discussion
On the question of pensions the
veterans that is at least a majority
were of the opinion that if the state
pension board appointed one of their
number as pension commissioner It
would facilitate the business of th
office and weed out a number of
names on the list not entitled to pen
sions Col J M Martin strongly op
posed this proposed Innovation creat I
ing a new office with additional ex
penses and no better results He I
thought the present board had all the
power needed to straighten out the
list and make it one of honor
The matterof members In arrears
was also taken up some names strick
en while others remained to be con
sidered at another meeting
A very Important question was
settled namely that the second bri
gade of Confederate veterans would
meet in Ocala June 2nd and 3rd and
steps will be taken to properly enter
tain the visitors
Because of all the time consumed
in considering business Capt W L
Ditto did not give any army remi
niscences They will come later
We are sole agents in Ocala for Kno
tall hosiery 6 pair guaranteed 6
months They are sheerer than oth
ers you buy at same prices All col
ors H B Masters Co 44
All members of the city council
were present at last nights meeting
except Mr D E Mclver who was at
Lake Weir
D W Tompkins presented a com
plaint for assessment on his livery
stable property and asked a reduction
The permit granted John Dozier to
unload cars at his warehouse was ex
The second warders asked for ad
ditional arc lights Request referred
to light and water committee
A petition was presented that the
council demand that all city officials
pay their honest debts
Mrs J R Moorhead chairman of
the Womans Club civic committee
asked that the town be put In perfect
sanitary condition before the sum
mer season sets In Alderman Duval
moved that the city hire 25 men and
as many teams as necessary to do the
work which motion was seconded and
passed work to begin immediately
under supervision of sanitary com
All bills properly approved were
ordered paid
The sanitary committee and city
board of health were authorized to
hire as many hacks as would be need
ed for them to drive over the city and
inspect same and condemn anything
I that was unsanitary
The salaries for city officials re
mains the same as last year Sani
tary Inspectors salary was raised
from J50 to 60 a month
The street committee Is to consult
with the city attorney to see whether
the city can legally advertise for bids
to lay a cement sidewalk around the
city hall and market
The S A L Railway some time ago
submitted to the council a proposi
tion to improve and drain the street
at their depot The council after con
sidering this proposition accepted the I
same but the mayor refused to sign 1
It because he thought the proposition
was too favorable to the railroad The
matter was again discussed and the
council decided to accept the rail
roads proposition and improve the
surroundings at the depot
The finance committee made its re
port and same was accepted
The different committees were re
quested to submit budgets for their
respective departments for the fiscal
The Sabbath ordinance was laid on I
the table temporarily
I The ordinance submitted at the last
meeting to pave Magnolia street to
the S A L depot was taken up and
passed The street Is to be paved
with vitrified brick and the work Is
to be done as soon as the city is ready
The market committee submitted a
report for the remodeling of the old
market building and the committee
was authorized to employ an architect
to ascertain the cost of this Improve I
A piece of flannel with tapes at
tached for holding It in position
slightly dampened with Chamber
lains Liniment and bound on over the
seat of pain Is superior to any plas
Ten years experience References
any music teacher In Ocala any
music house In Jacksonville Thone
328 A M Lansford city 18tf
Damaging Evidence Against Drafts
Wife and Albert Smith I
Judge Bell presided at the coroners
inquest over the body of Isaac Draft
in which Albert Smith and Drafts
wife are accused of killing Draft this
morning the murder being committed
Saturday night or Sunday morning
April 5th Fully liO colored people of
the Martin section crowded into the
court room The gallery was packed
with colored spectators and fully half
of the first floor was filled with the
same race Quite a number of white
people were present
First witness we heard was Jef
ferson Jenkins He said here was
bad blood between Draft iind wife
Witness had heard wife all Draft
hard names Told the names of a
number of colored people present at
the inspection of thp body Monday
morning Knew Smith 11 months
Saw Smith off and on every week at
Drafts house
John GHUs said saw Drafts body
about 8 oclock Monday morning Saw
Smith Sunday morning Smith went
down to railroad station Smith re
turned at night to stay at GnUs
house something he had never done
before Always stayed at Drafts
Drafts wife was present at finding of
Drafts body Smith left for Ocala
Monday Didnt know of any bail
feeling between Draft and Smith
Smith refused to Inspect Drafts body
as did his neighbors I
Albert Ward of Martin said body
of Draft was found 250 yards from I
Drafts hom Knew Draft before the
big freeze Ward said his wife told
him his dogs barked during the night
aroused by some disturbance Sunday
night Drafts wife was the one to
notify the Ward family of her hus
bands death Ward heard two loud
screams that night Didnt examine
for tracks where dead man fell until
officers came Draft and wife didnt
live harmoniously together
Carrie Ward wife of Albert Ward
was next witness She it was who
heard a gun fire one time and two
shouts as if in agony or for help
S E Weaver white was next wit
ness His Impressions were that body
lay where it was shot Wads of gun
were on the ground near the body
also his whip hat and gloves also
two clubs with blood stained near the
body The story told was Draft was
shot in knee and limb broken head
was badly beat and finger nails were
torn off showing a terrific struggle
preceded Drafts death
John Gillls was recalled and ex
amined broken stock of gun Said it
looked like Drafts Couldnt say It
was Drafts
D W Glover said saw Smith at
John Gillis home Smith called for
Gillis Monday night and together they
had a talk and Glover heard it Smith
said he was at Drafts Sunday night
Was there during the killing Didnt
matter a d d who was there Smith
was He Smith knew all about it
When asked how the trouble origi
nated Smith said over money matters
and Smith am sorry for it
Jessie Lewis corroborated what
Glover testified to as he was present
when he Lewis got home He wrote
out what Smith told them Found Iwo
wounds on his head made by the
hammer of a gun Showed bloody
Mr Tom Wishart white of Martin
arrested Smith Monday noon at that
place Told what Smith said but
also remarked Smith had been drink
ing Smith said he would be hung
anyway and walked away from offi
cer 25 or 30 feet hoping officer would
shoot him and thus end his troubles
Smith said he didnt kill Draft but
beat him The reason Smith assault
ed Draft was because Draft had
shamefully abused and beat his wife j
Smith said again he beat Draft but
didnt kill him Would tell officer I
who did kill Draft but never did
Smith called Drafts wife his wife
Court then adjourned until 2 oclock
Robert Sinclair acted as stenographer
Drafts wife and Smith were present
and heard part of the testimony but
were later placed In the jury room
The woman is quite large coffee col
ored and perhaps 45 years old Smith
Is quite black with fairly regular
features about 30 years of age
Three witnesses were examined in
the afternoon among them Deputy
Sheriff W E Hutson who said Smith
told him he knew who killed Draft
but would not tell his name
The coroners jury consisting of
G R Smith R C Loveridge Will
lam Kopsman E W Kraybill Robert
Sinclair and C M Livingston retired
and brought in a verdict in effect that
Isaac Draft came to his death by be
ing shot in the Inn knee and from
wounds on his head made by a club
by parties unknown but Implicated
Albert Smith as psinclpal and Isabello
Draft as accessory
As soon as the verdict was rendered
the sheriff arrested John Gillis a wit
ness who did not seem to tell a
straight story and believes he knows
more than he was willing to telL
The judge was busy making out the
pay roll and did not announce the
bond under which he would place the
We can now supply a limited quan
tity of our Jersey butter The Hia
watha Lake Dairy
The launch Merry Widow with
canopy top safe swift and comforta
ble is for hire at Silver Springs
either for a short trip on the run for
a moonlight excursion or picnic to
points on the river or for long trips to
Palatka or Jacksonville A careful
pilot and skilled engineer always In
charge of the boat Orders should be
booked several days ahead to make
sure of an engagement Call on R D
Mathews at the Ocala Steam Laundry
or phone him at No 101 324tf
Great deeds compel regard The
world crowns Its doers Thats why
American people have crowned Dr
Kings New Discovery the King Of
Throat and Lung Remedies Every
atom is a health force It kills germs
and colds and la grippe vanishes It
heals cough racked membranes and
coughing stops Sote inflamed bron
chial tubes and lungs are cured and
hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More
I Black Jack N CX writes It cured
I me of lung trouble pronounced hope
less by all doctors aOc 1 Trial
bottles free All druggists
Foleys Honey and Tar is a safe
guard against serious results from
spring colds which Inflame the lungs
and develope Into pneumonia Avoid
counterfeits by insisting upon having
the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar
which contains no harmful drugs
Sold by all druggists
JtJ You Tliink
For Yourself
Or do roa open your month Uka a yonnj
llrd aKd RIp down whatever food or oedi
ne mbe offered yon 7
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Intelligent thinking womtn
In need of lVt frounrenknesnerTonsne
pain and suS eng then It Deans much to
you that thcrfrJS on tried n tte h 1
wetri u tH Qt oJf rftO t cold bJ
grogglsts for th cure of womans Ills
i rit j ott ft
The makers of Dn Pierces Favorite Pre
scription for the care of weak nervous run
down oTcrT7orked debilitated pxlnracked
women knowing this medicine to be made up
of Ingredients every one of which has the
strongest possible indorsement of the leading
and standard authorities of the Several
schools of practice are perfectly Rlllinz and
In fact are only too clad to print as they do
the formula or list of ingredients of which
It Is composed in plain English oa every
Pit Tjt TJ1 TJ fjf
The formula ot Dr Pierces Favorite Pre
scription trill bear tho most critical examina
tion of medical experts for It contains no
alcohol narcotics harmful pr habltformine
drugs and no agent enters Into It that is not
highly recommended by the most advanced
and leading medical teachers and author
Ities of their several schools of practice
These authorities recommend the Ingredients
of lir PIerces Favorite Prescription for the
cure of exactly the same allrnonts for wjilch
LbK worldfamed jnoUlcinels advised
It 1 ir +
No other medicine for womans Ills has any
such professional endorsement as Dr Pierces
Favorite Prescription has received In the un
Qualified recommendation of each of Its
ingredients by scores of leading medi
cal mer of all the schools of practice Is
inch an endorsement not worthy of yorf
consideration 1
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A booklet of ingredients with nnmeroaf
authorativo profeslonal endorsements by tho
leading medical authorities of this country
nlll be mailed frte to any one sending name
and address with request for same Addreai
Dr E V Pierce Buffalo N Y
Sometimes I do feel charitably
inclined 1
Do you indeed
411 suppose it keeps you perpetually
Nno not exactly I
How is 1t1
I am always broke when I feel that
way j
Why did be quit Its job 1 heard
that he was fired with enthusiasm for
IxLj work
Ho was for a time but he grew
languid and the first thing he knew
lie was fired with enthusiasm by the
The Gladsome Morn
On New Years morn
We toot the horn I
Because another year is born
Shoot rockets high
Athwart the sky
And wake the welkin with our cry
Hip hip hurrah
I We blithely say
This Is the moment to be gay
Tho year is dead
And in Its stead
A new one c < jmes to paint things red
Another year
At last is here
And for awhile it will seem queer
To write the date
And get things straight
Without reverting to OS
Oh me Ob my I
How time does flyl
On rubber tires the years slip by
New year then June
The harvest moon
And time for horns again to tune
The moral here
Is very clear
Its handed to us once a year
In prose and rhyme
And therefore Im
Inclined to cut It out this time
Too True
uA fool and his money are soon part
Pshaw know a better one
What is Itr
A fool and his money seldom make
Reason Enough
What makes a woman maddest
Another woman
Mr Arthur Gelipenu has returned
home from Iuttfng down a pump for
Mr J W Morrison
Mr Merritt Morrison and sister
Maggie spent Sunday afternoon at
Mend and attended preaching there
They report having a fine time
Mr and Mrs A S J Wallace at
tended preaching at Martel Sunday
night and report a large attendance
If you have a backache and urinary
troubles you should take Foleys Kid
ney Remedy to strengthen and build
up the kidneys so they will act prop
erly as a serious kidney trouble may
develop Sold by all druggists
Life Assurance Society
OS The United Stales
Resident Agent
Railroads Must Apply to Them Be
fore Seeking Federal Tribunals
New Orleans April iThe United
States circuit court of appeals has
dissolved the injunction ordered by
Judge Thomas G Jones of the United
States district court at Montgomery
restraining the railroad companies
from putting in the 21 cent passeng I
er rate and making reduced freight
rates effective
The court put itself on record as
favoring an appeal to the state courts
as the first recourse and expressed a
regret that opportunity has not been
given the state supreme court of Ala
bama to pass upon the laws enacted
by the Alabama legislature
The effect of todays decision will
be to remand the case to the lower
coutr at Montgomery for further pro
ceedings The Injunction which was
today dissolved Is sweeping In Its ef
fect By its terms the proposed rates
are suspended and destralned until the
finarCdetermination of the case
Washington April 7 Former Unit
ed States Senator Marion Butler and
his brother Lester were convicted at
Guilford superior court yesterday of
criminally libelling Republican State
Chairman SI B Adams by the publica
tion in the Caucasian a weekly
newspaper owned by Butler a series
of allegations against Adams inte
grity and honesty
Adams acts as chief justice of the
Indian court in Oklahoma In 1905 were
severely condemned by the paper in a
fight against Adams reelection as
chairman of the republic state ex
ecutive committee An appeal will be
taken to the supreme court The de
fendants are released on a 1000 bond
This is one of the most common
forms of muscular rheumatism It
attacks the muscles in the small of
the back It often comes on sudden
ly and is so severe that the body can
be moved only with great pain Keep
as quiet as possible as every move
ment of the body aggravates the dis
ease Massage the affected parts
with Chamberlains Liniment three
times a day until the pain soreness
and stiffness have entirely disappear
ed It is prompt and effectual
Thompson Ga April 7Fire which
had been burning at Warren ton since
1030 oclock last night but was un
1 der control at midnight destroyed the
courthouse B L Wickers place the
I Harper House the Warrenton Clipper
I office and Dr Locketts office The
cause of the fire is unknown No es
timate of the losses is obtainable
to A A Chisholm of Tredweli N Y
nov His reason is well worth read
ing For a long time 1 suffered from
Indigestion torpid liver constipation
nervousness and general debility he
writes I couldnt sleep had no ap
petite nor ambition grew weaker
every day in spite of all medical
treatment Then used Electric Bit
ters Twelve bottles restored all of
my old time health and vigor Now I
can attend to business every day Its
a wonderful medicine Infallible for
stomach fIver kidneys blood and
nerves 50c at all druggists
I have just received a new supply
of electric fixtures Among them are
some handsome bracket fixtures and
Tungston fixtures inverted or turned I
down H W Tucker
Washington April 7Local how
ers this afternoon and tonight except i
fair in extreme south portion cooler i
in northwest portion fair Thursday
As Many an Ocala Reader Knows Too
When the kidneys are sick
Nature tells you all about it
The urine is natures calendar
Infrequent or too frequent action
Any urinary trouble tells of kidney
ills Doans Kidney Pills cure all kidney i
ills Mrs KHz Ratherree living at 201
W McCormick St Gainesville Fla
says I suffered from dragging pains
in my back for some years I
was In almost constant misery and
often the pains were so intense that I
could not move about The secretions
from my kidneys were also irregular
In action and caused me further an
noyance Any cold always aggravated
my trouble and at such times I would i
suffer severely A friend finally ad I
vised me to try Doans Kidney Pills i
and I did so The first few doses of I
this remedy gave me relief and when I
I had used the contents of one box the
pains had disappeared and the kidneys
once more acted in a normal manner
I am glad to give Doans Kidney Pills
the credit for bringing me back to good
Plenty more proof like this from
Ocala people Call at Tydings Cos I
drug store and ask what their custo
mers report
For sale by all dealers Price 50
cents FosterMIIburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
Remember the nameDoansand
take no other
Annie Childs wife of Simeon Chllds
of Spring Park died yesterday at the
home of her niece Mrs Blackman in
Tuckertown The niece had been
raised by the Childs and a few weeks
ago when Mrs Chllds became very ill
she was brought to town and cared
for The Childs are deserving color
ed people respected and esteemed by
all who know them The service over
the remains was held at Mount Moriah
Baptist church this afternoon
Rev C H Holly colored who lives
In Daytona but preaches in St Pe
tersburg was in town yesterday on
his way to Pensacola where the mis
sionary Baptists of the state will
hold their convention this week Rev
Holly was a former resident of Ocala
and Is highly respected by his race
and the white people of Ocala
People past middle life usually have
some kidney or Jladder disorder that
saps the vitality which is naturally
lower in old age Foleys Kidney
Remedy corrects urinary troubles
stimulates the kidneys and restores
strength and vigor It cures uric add
troubles by strengthening the kidneys
so they will strain out the uric acid
that settles in the muscles and joints
causing rheumatism Sold by all
Odd Fellows mut Tuesday v nlnr
There are many ways in which it serves the flf
public but the one now most valuable per V <
haps is to help with loans We willmeet tli t i v >
needs of conservative borrowers X
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TIle only House in Central Flwkfa that IJldely i
Furnishes the Home Carrks at all Times the Latest anti r
Best il Furniture Keeping up with Ike tiates and Jist
What fee People Wait
Also carries a Complete Line 01 Builders and SIItIft
Hardware Carriages Wagons Buggies Harness Saddles Ek
Look over our Stock and get our prices tefero yen
make your purchases Yours Kespectfelly
Ocala Florida
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Made in 1903
O Bottled in Bond
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One Quart 100 i
Four Quarts 350 Delivered 75 J
This is a Choice High Grade Private Stock
Rye Whiskey and we Fully Guarantee 4f
it tojbe as good asany bottled in bond whis f
key ou the market that is sold for 8150 pet J < >
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Ocala Florida I
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The undersigned Intending and pro
posing toorganize a corporation under
the general laws of the state of Flor I
ida relating to corporations for profit
and the acts of the legislature amend
atory thereto hereby make and pub
lish the following articles of Incor
poration and proposed charter viz
The name of the corporation shall
its principal place of business shall
be at Ocala Jn Marion county Flor
ida with branch offices at such other
places as the board of directors
may from time to time designate
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation Is
to buy own sell acquire lease mort
gage and otherwise deal in lands
timber buildings stone paving and
Jetty rock and such other property
as may be incident to the general
character of Its business The com
pany will engage in general business
of mining selling and shipping build
ing stone paving rock and Jetty rock
and phosphate rock and such other
valuable deposits It will engage In
the business of a general construction
of public works road and street build
ing construction of buildings con
crete work jetty work and railroad
construction and building The com
pany will also own and construct and
make contracts for the building of
trams log roads lumber roads and
railroad spur tracks not to be used as
commercial railways and shall have
power to buy acquire mortgage own
and sell such property as may be ne
cessary and Incident to Its general I
business of mining and selling rock
for building purposes mining and j
selling phosphates and engaging In
general contracting business
The amount of capital stock au
thorized Is the sum of twenty thou
sand dollars which will be divided j
Into two hundred shares of the par
value of one hundred dollars each and
said capital stock shall be paid In as
follows towit ten per cent of said
capital stock shall be paid in cash at
the time of the organization of the
company after receiving its charter
and the remainder will be paid In by
conveyance to the company of prop
erty consisting of lands and personal I
property the just and true valuation
of which will be equivalent to the re
mainder of the capital stock not paid
The term for which the corporation
shall exist is twentyfive years
The officers who will conduct the
1 j
business of the company will be a
president vice president and secretary
and treasurer and a board of three
directors all of whom shall be elected
at the first annual meeting oi the cor
porallon and yearly thereafter and
the names of the officers who will > V
conduct the business of the company
until those elected at the firftt election
shall be qualified are F W Ditto j <
president 11 A Moorheld vies 7t
president and C M JLlvIngiton eec < r
retary and treasurer I > v <
The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability to which the corpora j
tion can at any time subject Itself
will be the amount of capita stock ot p
the company authorized and issued Jit
any one time and until the amount
of capital stock Is changed said i
amount of indebtedness or labJty
shall be twenty thousand dtillars
The names and residence of the
subscribers and the amount of the
capital stock subscribed ieach are
as follows
F W Ditto Ocala FIn 1QO shares
W A Moorhead Ocala Fla rO shares
C M Livingston Ocala Fla 5G shares
Witness the hands and seals of Uit 0
Incorporators this the 26th day t r
March 1909F
F W Ditto s l
W A Moorheatl Seal >
C M Livingston Seal
State of Florida
County of Marion f
Personally appeared beforii me the
undersigned authority F W Ditoc
M Livingston and W A tyfoorhead S
t me well known t be the subscrlb J
ers to the foregoing articlesof Incar jp
poration and proposed chj ter and
each acknowledged the execution tbcreV
of for the uses and purports therein
set forth and expressed v
Given under my hand aifll seal of 1 j
office this the 26th day of March 190U <
HL Hampton Seal
I Notary Public State die Florida
I My commission expires > Aug Jlt
191L i J
Notice ef Intention to XpfYf
I i Letters Patent
Notice Is hereby given thttt nlei
dereignea will on the SOthi day e
April 1903 apply to the jcaver or of + I
the state of Florida at rIallaMa >
te tt rI1
Florida for letters patent upon th
foregoing articles of IncirDOrivito5
lg artce x <
andp posed charter v = > c
ThisVsiarch 2C 1203W
F W Ditto >
C If Llvingslwi i
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RC Davls Co ot fe 5v >
will sellany make oC iibv4 T i
typewriter upon easy tCrm4SlV4f
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Ell mee Tuesday eveaLzi i <
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