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JUST A LITTLE BIT CAN1UX CAN1UXIf CAN CAN14Difa tD tDIf
If ifa a friend or anyone an one should ask yoiabout you youabout ou ouabout
about the political standing of the theHornet theBornet th thHornet
Hornet just tell them tb m that it has not notoommitted notoommitted no nooommitted
oommitted iteelf yet and is simply simplywaiting simplwaltln simpiwaiting
waiting for 01 a ubusin business 8S proposition proposition11High propositionHigh propositionHigh
High Springs HornetThe Hornet HornetThe HornetThe
The man who opposes the reelec reelection reelection reelection ¬
tion of Senator Taliaferro is certainly certainlyopposed certainlyoppoed certhin1oppod
opposed to the best interests of Flor Florida Florida FlorIda ¬
ida That he baa accomplished more moregood moregood morgood
good work for ibis state than any anyother an another another
other representative we have ever eveihad everbad evehad
had no honebt wellputted man ca catruthfully can cantruthfully cantrutibfuHy
truthfully deny denyl1iami d Miami i Metropolis MetropolisBBOWAKD ltfelropolisDRGYARD i
4 4BROWARD
BBOWAKD HAS GOOD CHANCE CHANCEHon CHANCEBon CHANCEEon
Hon N B Broward of Jacksonville Jacksonvillewas
was in the oity on last Saturday meetIug meet meeting me t tjlng ¬
ing a number of his friends He is a acandidate acand1date i icandidate
candidate for governor in opposition oppositionto
to R W Ddtvis D vis and D H Mays and andfrom andtr am amfr3m
from tr m what we can learn from all allsourcefl allsourceM alourcefi
sourcefl stands a very ver very goo goochance good goodchance goudobance
chance of winning His ability is un unquestioned unquestioned unquestioned ¬
questioned and he has to a marked markeddegree markeddegr markedegree
degree degr e the ability of making friends friendsHeres friendss friendsHeres
s Heres success 8UCC S to him Lake Ciry CiryCitizenReporter ChyOtltltlenneporter Cit CitCluizenReporter
CitizenReporterA CitizenReporter
wMr T A LATE PRIMARY PRIMARY5ome PR1 PRIMAItYSome rARY rARYScDme
Some people are calling for early earlyprimaries 8rlyp arl arlprimaries
primaries p lmaries Late in the au summer summerwCluld summewuld miner minerwould
would suit the people here They Theywont Tht Thtwont lhlYWQOt
wont hav any time for politics until untilafter untilafter untiafter
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after the spring vegetable crop is made madebut madebut madbut i
but wouldnt object to a little fun funduring furdutlug funduting
during the dog days It was the poli politieaos politicus polltioais
tieaos who started the campaign and andif andif au auif
if they become tired there is no ob o objec objectiGns jee jeetioos jec1Iloms
tioos to them taking a lay off oflWau oflWauOhtuL Wau WauAdvocate au auohi
OhtuL ohi As1vooatJudge Advocate AdvocateJudge AhCCftt3itulge
S
Judge G A Hanson recently abdi abdica4ieti abdicaltle4 abdiete
ete ca4ieti Vile editorial chair of the tb BraiderowI4 Braid Braide BraideliltCl
e eliltCl erowI4 town U Herald because e of his belief beliefthat belieftlk9lt belietlat
that the paper lM1p r intended to L o < I support J JN JNe JN
N Ne C Stockton for United Stales sen senator senalr senatr ¬
ator Bat a few days after the retire reliresaeat retiremeRit retireiezit
meRit of Judge ud e Hanson from fr m the tri tripod trlPH tn tnpod ¬
pod the Herald came out squarely squarelyad squMrei4t4f
j 4t4f Sllta ad vigorously for the reelection re eJe i n ol olof nfeM o of
of f 8t l > iaitor > D Cr James smes P Taliaferro 1ltliaf rro lu lupursuance InpISfSuance Itprsuance
pursuance of the logic l ic of events says saysthe 58Sthe siiythe
the Tampa Tribune it it would now be bequite btquite litr
r quite the proper thing fr for r Judge Ban Hanson Bant Banson ¬
t son to be reinstated on the staff of the theHerald theHerald tli tliBorald
Herald thus carrying out the doctrine doctrineof dootnirnfthe I IGftibe
of Gftibe the survival of the tittest fittestJaok fittestJaoksofvrUe fittestJaok51nvfl1e Jack Jacksonville ¬
sonville Metropolis MetropolisAn
UAn An Interior Voter has a commu communication commuDiiuatJion corn mu munication ¬
nication In last Fridays 8 Ocala Banner Ban Banner Banneron ¬
ner neron on Should the Interior be repre represented represeo1ted repreented ¬
sented in Congress n The writer writerGalls writermrlIls wnitexcaUs
Galls attention to the fact that at atpresent atpresent ti tipresent
present with the exception of the new newdistrict n nessdistrict w wdtstlriot
district all of Floridas Uuited States Statessenators Stateenators > > s ssenatortl
senators and congressmen reside at atseaport atBe8pc1rt alseaport
seaport cities Ue8 Senator Taliaferro TaliaferroJacksonville Taliaferro1cks TaliaferroJckson
Jckson Jacksonville 1cks mUle vi lie Seiintor S lUlJr M Mallory Pensu Pensueola P Peusucola nstL nstLcola
cola Congressman Uougre mtin Sptirkmau Tampa Tainpaand Tampaand Tamptand
and Congressman C Davis D is Paint PLII1lka ka the thehead tbehead tlithead
head of deep water navigation ua lgution The Thel iiuIiatorior
l torior of 0 the Peninsular P uiu ular portion of oftbe oftbe olthe
tbe State has no repr r prt seHtatiou s He Hetlheu lIeI 1 1then
I then asks the question HDot Does > > 8 this not notBbow oot8tow notsbow
Bbow that the cards have ba e been stack stacked stackedADd stacked ¬
ed edADd and ad dealt unfairly to the interiorAM interior interiorAiMIr
AM AiMIr of which goes St t 8 to sl sl4w > w that Frank FrankOiark Fraukas FrankOlavk
Oiark as nia Interior maw ought to be beLakeGitj b bI beuminated
l1Im uminated lllitea LakeGitj Lake Olt I Ic1 Ic1James Iidex IidexJames dex dexJames
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James PTaMaferro P Tlkfor bx 1I be x been a credit creditto credittthe
it to tthe tlbe state 8ts e and to the I party whose whosewp WDoseftXIpement whosexpsweut
wp ftXIpement uent he i it1 > Dr1t his term of ofoffice ofI ofifilce
office great good g cm bus been bc f aOofli aeoonnplish aeoonnplished s nt pUsh pUshed
I ed lu Washington kC < 1be saU w of ofFlorida ofPlerld ofFkrIdB
Florida Our rivers ii liarboja have havereceived havereceIved havereceived
received the largcbt mtfd tl of consid consideration MU8IdD considtration ¬
eration D our Clt1rClaiw oure1aimssgNittS4 claims u Hgniwst the nation national ¬
al government l IMl have ave inea tadjieUd tadjieUdtide adjt18hthe
the poor old ludittu w tI rtifrs who stIf etiffered stIffered stiffered
fered in silence f rr r forty fort years 6ILrs bAt hvebeia bAtD hitveben
aiwl hive It been allowd allow
ben D recoguitaed r ogui ed t
cd d pensions somewi t iu proportion proportiono
o tlae service tliev icwtlereti J mtdere < l their their4w tbeirultilJry theiretirtry
ultilJry 4w < try i ilD tiime nf ft u MNf < l All the theoredlit theoredll1t theorediFt
oredlit for these tlu t ttout h uefn iefietIetis ettells ti as is i not not4n not4e not4b1
4n 4e James P PTlfh Tli n O > He is oaly oalyof oal oale
e of r nur < iar r f rOM ic1uttives lf 1 f tH i uitives de in inwho inOGugreFs inornigreS
OGugreFs who w1t succeeolwl ia securing securingFlorida Eoouriugjulcs securingtI9qe
julcs tI9qe for Florida from the optional optionalgovernment uaUounlgovernment itIoualgovernment
government but a febar Af f the credit creditIB oreditt
t IB due him and must be accorded accordedhim B tueordedhim cordedhim
him He and his friends claim 1a1n that thatTaliaferro thatlalisferro thatTillaferro
Taliaferro is entitled entitJ d to a second 8econdterm 8econdtermD term terman
an D endorsement from rom an appre ¬
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dative people to a faithful public ser servant servant Bervaut ¬
vant who has served them loyally and andhas ands anc anchas
s
has succeeded in doing doIr things not notdream Dotdr fbidream
dream dr am them all d dsa y long 10ngDeJand 10ngDeJandNews longDelitncNews rDeland rDelandNews
News NewsSfuator
Sfuator 1ator iatorJPTaIiufesrois J P Tttliafesro is a candi candidate Candidate candidate ¬
date for or reelection on and because of the thesuccessful tbesuccessful th thsuccessful
successful work which he has accom accomplished accomplished accompushed ¬
plished there should be no oae to opposehim op oppose opposehim ¬
pose posehim him By their works men in inpolitical inpolitical itpolitical
political as in religious life should shouldbe
be judged Taliaferro Taliaferrosuceeded succeeded in incollecting incollecting i icollecting
collecting the large sum of money moneywhich moneywhich moue mouewhich
which others had failed to get which whichwas whichwas whicbwas
was due to this state on account of ofthe ofthe o othe
the Indian War Tar claims He succeed succeeded ¬
ed in obtaining t e approprsation fo fowork for forwork forwork
work on the harbor of this city after aftervain nftervain aftervain
vain efforts had been made for or years yearsby yearby vears vearsby
by others and fur this alone he should shouldand shouldan shouldanI
and an will receive r C ive most of the votes in inthis inthis inthis
this county His record r ord has been oucof one oneof oneof
of honest faithful work for or Florida Floridaand Floridaand Floridsand
and this work was not in vain The Thepeople Thepeople Thepeople
people of this state wtioare who are interested interestedin
in the development of its large and andwonderful andwonderful andwonderful
wonderful possibilities want railroathand railroads railroadsand railro ds dsand
and deep water harbors They The want wantmoney wautmouey waulmoney
money expended expen d in draining our vast vastprairies vastprairies vastprairies
prairies and in extendingthe area of oftbe ofthe olthe
the habitrl habit al portion of this great and andgrowing andgrowing andgrowing
growing portion of the peninsula and andfor andfor andfor
for these reasons they will vote and andwork andwork andwork
work for or the reelection of Senator SenatorJames senatorJames enatorJames
James P Taliaferro TaliaferroMiami Miami Metrop Metropolis ¬
olis
A PLATFORM NEEDED NEEDEDTne NEEDEDThe NEEDEDTue
The following editorial from The TheSouthern TheSouthern TheSouthern
Southern Argus published publishe at BroOksvile Brooks Brooksville Brooksville
ville by A M I C Russell superinten superintendent ¬
dent of schools of Heruaudo county countyvoices countyvoices couutyvoices
voices the sentiment of many demo democrats democrats democzars ¬
crats in various sections of Florida FloridaA
A primary withouta party platform platformfor
for candidates to pledge themselves themselvesto
to upon appearing before the people peoplefor
for tbeirsupport would he u novelty noveltyNominations noveltyNominations uovetiyNominatious
Nominations are supposed sUl1 > o ed to be bemade bemade beitiade
made to secure the best men to carry carryout curr currout carryDUt
out the expressed wishes of the partyrue party partyThe partTht
The platform is the expression fxpre Rion of the theparty theprty
I
party and should be made by its representatives rep representatives representatives ¬
I IXot
resentatives in convention assembleNot assemble a8sern assenibledNot led
Not until the platform has been made madeand InlldAnd madeind
and adopted should the executive executivecommittee executhecouuuittee executivetpniiiittee
committee call for nominations l h hprhnu by byprrnuy > y yprimniy
primniy The platform should ac accompany accom acornpauy ¬
company com puny the call callTiie callThe callThe
The making of a platform ia i beyond beyondthe be ond ondthe
the inherent or delegated powers of ofan ofIn ofan
an executive committee It there therefore tht thtrerore > re reore ¬
fore ore devolves upon the tb committee committeebefore committeeLefore nl1l1uittepbefore
before it issues a dill for a nominating nominatingprimary nomiuatingprill1r nominatingprimary
primary to give g oe the party nn oppor opportunity opportuuity opporuuity ¬
tunity to make its wishes known inegard in inregard inregard
regard to the issues of the day This Thisshould Thisshould Thislrould
should he done by calling a represen representative repre repreeuative en entstive ¬
tative convention for this purposa purposeuly purposaonly purposaonly
only onlyFrank onlyFrank ulyFrank
Frank Clark and others have an announced annou aniouned ¬
nounced nou ttod themselves thetUt elveM assandingupou assandingupouthe as I anding ndin upon uponthe uponhe
the national democratic platform un until uutil ¬
til the th national un1 uual convention promul promulgaten rolUul rolUulgateH ronlulateH
gaten ateH a new one upon which they theypledge tblYplpdge theyledge
pledge themselves s iu advance to tostand to8tallli totaiisI
stand This may mayor or may not do for fornational foriatiorial or ornational
national issuer i 8UC but we have stale staleissues ftatei statesues
issues i sues which 110 national platform platformcan
can a11 reach reachPolicies re reachPolicies cb cbPolicifg
Policies and principles upon which whichstate wbichstate whichtte
state affairs are to be conducted can canonly canonly cannly
only be indicated by a state platform platformand
and they are necessarily ueces ariiy distinct from fromthose fromtho fromhose
those tho e of the nation because they are arelocal arelocal areooal
local ill it their nature t3atUreaUl and scope It is istherefore isthereftre isherefire
therefore the duty of the democratic democraticparty d democraticrty moeralicparty
party rty of the state to enunciate its itsplatform Hsplatform itslatform
platform latform prior to the selection of can camilidates candidates candidates ¬
didates to to represent repr sent it and its policies policieson
on n current curr nt state issues issuesThe ig3Uefhe issuesrIie
The platform first candidates aftervrds after afterwards afterwArds ¬
wards is the logical sequence 8 A Acandidate Acandidate Auudidate
candidate running on his own plat platform platonn platorm ¬
form onn is essentially an independent independentalthough independentalthough independentIthough
although not in revolt against hit hitparty bhparty hisparty
party The democratic party of the
state should not force its aspirants to totbia totbl totbI
tbia anomoloug position jaitionGainvilIe jaitionGainvilIeSun itionGain Gainesville GainesvilleSuti ville villeSUD
Sun
1 1Friday
At the Baptist Gnurch GnurchFriday Gnurch GnurchFriday
i iDr
Friday night at the Baptist church churchDr
Dr R T 1 Bryan a noted Baptist Bat > tist mis missionary roissiCusry misiouary ¬
sionary to China will deliver a alec alecture lee lecture ¬ I Ituna
ture lie is an tlcqneur divine and andit
it will be a t great pleasure ploo ure to hear h ar him himAH himAU himAU
AU are cordially invited to hear Dr DrBrwn DrBrY41n DrBrvfl
Brwn BrY41nI BrvflI BrwnStudy
I Sf d at t H Home ttiHtt of eYeR JOIIfspkreti cttltt te teof a aI
Study U J a ome omenc Learn nc more and ji jiram you youearn youeart
I earn nm 4W With the Tlbkt Home StadyL StudyLcnans sn you need not notirave SlotHA note
irave HA e home me or empVoyiaent e lRent to tleam learn Bookkeeping Dook1t < < P D ArithmeticJUtefcta Arithmetic AithRlct14I
I JUtefcta d > ra Geometry Ceeraetylnmmu Grammar Rhetoric Rket rk Literature History Historyp Ulster UlstertatiadC
I m p > 4irtX tatiadC tats Uaete etc Tracl Tt2ccnldedt < ersdedtepatsex pulentM pats ethiflIons Mlii > toRS 8vr 8vraxoss 8yrs 8yrsd 8 vrs vrsxc4
d < 1OQxc axoss xc4 Ctrrabnfrce ° Addrei 4ddras1 I IIUSES 1lnltsIt IdatksVM r J tUir ra
SOCIETY GIRLS ON ONSTAGE ONSTAGEProminent ONSTAGEProminent STAGE STAGEProminent
Prominent Columbus Women In Vau Vaudeville Vaudeville Vudeville ¬
deville For CharityColumbus Charity CharityColumbus CharityColumbus
Columbus Ga Jn 21 1Qulte Quite a aunusual an anunusual atunusual
unusual attraction was given at tu tuSpringer tiSpringer ti tiSpringer
Springer opera house being nothing nothingmore nothingmore nothlnmore
more nor leas than Columbus society societyin
in vaudeville vaudevilleThe
The publication of the program was wassufficient wasliiuft waisufficient
sufficient liiuft c1ent to crowd the house and the therather therather thErather
rather unusual program made a de decided decided decided ¬
cided hit Prominent society people peopletook peopletook peopltook
took part In the various numbers numbersThe
The dance eccentric In which va various variQus vanious ¬
rious characters and natioMatfies naU If 1 les Were Wererepresented Werrepresented vererepresented
represented by wellknown ycradg you Xg peo people peopie Jeo JeopIe ¬
pIe was quite a prominent feature featureof
of the entertainment The costumes costumeswere coStumeswere
were quite good and the fact that the thedancers thedancers thEdancers
dancers were amateurs added to the theenjoyment thEenjoyment theenjoment
enjoyment of the audience audienceThe
The entertainment which was un tmder under under ¬
der the auspices of prominent society societyladies societladies soc1etladies
ladies was for charitaUle purposes purposesSERIOUS purposesRIOUS purposesSERIOUS
SERIOUS RIOUS ACCUSATION ACCUSATIONNegro ACCUS TION TIONNegro
Negro Charged with Burning Burnln MathisBarn Mat Mathis MathisBarn his1 his1Barn
Barn for Him HimWaycross HimWaycroBs HimVaycross
Waycross Ga Jan 21 21J J M MMathis MMath1s Math2s
Mathis a constable and a negro negronamed negro11amed negroamed
named Dick Castleberry are re under ar arrest arlest arrest
rest charged with arson A prelimi preliminary preliminary preliminary ¬
nary hearing was given them before beforea
a justice of the peace this morning morningbut
but the case was continued until next nextTuesday nextfuesday nextuesday
Tuesday because of the absence of ofF otl ofF
F l B Quinly a witness witnessMathis wItnessMathis witnessMathis
Mathis was released on his own rec recognizance recognizance recognizance ¬
ognizance and Castleberry was re remanded remanded remanded ¬
manded to jail In default of 500 bondThe bond bondThe bondThe
The arrest was caused by J M Rowe Rowerepresenting Rowerepresenting Rowerepresenting
representing the Georgia Cooperative CooperativeFire
Fire Insurance company companyIt
It is claimed that Castleberry recent recently ¬
ly set fire to and burned Mathis store storeand storeand storeand
and that Mathis is an accessory before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the act actMathis actMathis actMathis
Mathis Is a candidate for tax asses assessor assessor aSBessore ¬
sor
GORDON MONUMENTMovement MONUMENT MONUMENTMovement MONUMENTMovement
Movement Taken to Erect Shaft to La Lamented Lamented Lamented ¬
mented General GeneralAtlanta GeneralAtlanta GeneralAtlanta
Atlanta Jan 21 21A A Gordon Monu Monument lIonument Momiment ¬
ment association will be organized this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon by about 100 citizens of At Atlanta Atlantn Atlanta ¬
lanta for the purpose of erecting amonument a amonument amonument
monument in Atlanta to the memory memoryof memor memorof
of the late Lieutenant General John JohnB
B GordonColonel Gordon GordonColonel GordonColonel
Colonel W T L Calhoun one of the themost themost themost
most prominent men of the city will willbe ivillbe wi11be
be the president of the monument monumentassociation monumentassociation monumentassociation
association associationTfe
Tie resolution providing for the themonument themonument i
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monument association was presented presentedduring presentedduring
I during the meeting in the hall of the thehouse th thnouse thnoue
house of representatives by Colonel ColonelCharles ColonelCharles ColonelCharles
Charles S Arnall It was seconded secondedby
by b calls from all parts of the house houseand houseand houseand
and was adopted by the vast audierur audierurby audieI audieIby audierby
by a rising vote voteFour voteFour voteFour
Four Pardons Granted GrantedAtlanta GrantedAtlanta GrantedAtlanta
Atlanta Jan 21 21oGovernor Governor Terrell Terrellhas Terrenbas Terrellhas
has on recommendation of the prison prisoncommission prisoncommiBsion prisoncommission
commission pardoned E R Jerrell of ofMitchell ofMitchell ofMitchell
Mitchell county who was convicted In
1893 of the crime of rape and sen sentenced sentenced seiitenced ¬
tenced to serve 19 years in the peni penitentiary penitentiary pen pententiary ¬
tentiary Jerrell has served 11 years yearsThe yenrsThe yearsThe
The girl who was his victim and who whowas whowas whowas
was 9 rears old at the time has sincemarried since sincemarried sIncemarried
married and both she and her husband husbandjoined husbandjoined husbandJoined
joined in the application for Jerrellspardon Jerrells Jerrellspardon JerreUspardon
pardon Charley Price of ofPolk Polk coun county count county ¬
ty t who was sentenced in 1901 for formanslaughter formanslaughter formanslaughter
manslaughter was pardoned because becauseIt
It was shown that in the killing he hehad hehad hehad
had acted In protection of his sister sisterKirk sisterKirk sisterKirk
Kirk Williams of Habersham coun county county county ¬
ty who was given four years for kid kidnaping kidnaping kidnaping ¬
naping In 1902 was pardoned as was wasalso was31so wasalso
also Arthur Williams who has served servedfive servedJive servedflve
five years of a 10yaar 10 ar sentence for forburglary forburglaI forburglary
burglary burglaryJurors burglaryJurors
Jurors Have Hard Time TimeAllentown TimeAl1cntown TimeAllentown
Allentown Pa Jan 21 1The The re resumption reolSumption reumptIon ¬
sumption of the Bechtel trial today todaywas todaywas todaywas
was delayed owing to the inability of ofthree ofthree ofthree
three jurors to reach the city because becauseof
of the bitter cold weather which in interfered interferCd interfered ¬
terfered with the trolley and train transervice trainservice trainservice
service Two of the jurors were com compelled c compelled 1 1pene ¬
pelled to walk allc 6 miles One ear wasirozen was WKHIrozcn watrozen
irozen and both hands of the othc4 othc4were othtwere oth othwere
were frost bitten Both received rec iYed medLcal med medical medleal ¬
ical attention upon their arrival arrivalUnited h hre hreUnited re reUnited
United Mine Workers WorkersIndianapolis WorkersIndianapolls WorkersIndIanapolis
Indianapolis Ind Jan 21 21At At the theopening theopening theDpening
opening of the convention of the Unit United United UnitSed ¬
ed Mine Workers of America totlny totlnyPresident todrt todrtPresident toilayPresident
President Mitchell announced the thestanding thtstanding thetanding
standing committees It was announce announcethat announcthat announcILhat
that the credentials committee woild woildbe
be able to report probably tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafteriioon
afternoon The time limit for resolu resolutions regohtlons resohiLions ¬
Lions and proposed amendments to the thoconstitution thuconstitution theconstitution
constitution was fixed for tomorrow tomorrownight tomorrownIght tomorrownight
night The committees retired for forwork forwork forwork
work
Empress Indisposed13cr Indisposed IndisposedBerlin IndisposedlltrJin
Berlin 13cr hi Jan 21 21Empress Empress Augusta AugustaVictoria AugustoVictorln Augustarktorjn
Victoria has varicose veins in one on o oher 0her oher
her lower limbs and is obliged to keep keepit
it extended on a cushion The exclu excinsion exclusion exclusian ¬
sion of ladies from tonights drawing drawingroom
room because b cause of the empress indispo Indlsposition indisposition indisposltion ¬
sition has caused intense disappoint disappointNment disappointment
Nment ment on the part of the many man women womenof
of distinction who have come from the theprovince theprovince I Iprofnce
province or other countries for presentation pre fJr fJrsentat piesental
sentation sentationAlexieff sentat ion ionAlexieff IonAlexieff
Alexieff to Move Headquarters HeadquartersNew
New York Jan 21 21lt It is reported reportedhere reportrdhere reportedhere
here says a Herald dispatch aispatchfroI1 aispatchfroI1Che from fromChe frontChe
Che Foo that the Russian viceroy Ad Admiral Admlra1 Admiral ¬
miral Alexieff Is preparing to remove removehis remO removehis f fhis
his headquarters to Harbin a town on onthe onthe onthe
the Manchurlan railway where th thline the t1wUne theline
line branches off to Port Arthur on onthe onth onthe
the th south southj
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ILLLUCK ILL LUCK PURSUES PURSUESCHICA60PLAYEBS PURSUESCHICAGO PURSUESCHICAGOPLAYER
CHICA60PLAYEBS CHICA60PLAYEBSPanic CHICAGO PLAYERS PLAYERSPanic
Panic Narrowly Averted In InGrand InG IiGrand
Grand G and Palace Hotel HotelBLAZE Hoteli1LAZE Hotel2LAZE
BLAZE IN GRAND PALACE HOTEL HOTELGuests HOTELGuests HOTELGuests
Guests In Terror Terr r Rush From Their TheirRooms TheirRooms TheiRooms
Rooms Scantily cud GladNumber Number Rescued Res Rescued Rescued ¬
cued by Firemsn FiremnFirc Fire Fortunately FortunatelyControlled FortunatelyControllod FortunatelyControlled
Controlled ControlledChicago ControllodChicago ControlledCflicago
Chicago Jan 21 liMortune of Ciiicago Chi Chicago Chcago ¬
cago taeamcal tt1 atrlcal people during the last lastlew lasttew laslew
lew weens Stt aa u again in evidence eYl ence at atfire a anre aiire
fire in tue Grttiu Lira lu Palace hotel Indi Indiana Indlana mdiann ¬
ana and ClarK hircets ttr cts early today todaynearly todaynearly todaynearly
nearly two nundrcd members of theat theatrical theatrical theatrica ¬
rical troupes Leing driven into the thestreet thestre th thstreet
street streetThe stre streetThe t trne
The fire originated on the second secondpanic s secornpanic ond ondpaDlc
panic was averted and the frightened frightenedmen
men and women assisted from the thestructure thestructure thEstructure
structure in satety satetyThe satetyThe satetyflie
The fire originated in the second secondfloor secondtloor aecontfloor
floor supposedly from crossed electrA electncal electrcal
cal wires wif and was carried quickly quicklyup qulcklup
up theelevator the elevator shaft by b a draught to tothe tothe tcthe
the top floor floorJoseph tloorJoseph floorJoseph
Joseph Northrop a guest of the ho hotel hotel hotel ¬
tel saw the smoke in the shaft and andvan andfan anc ancvan
van down stairs in the rear of the thebuilding then thEuilding
building n hling to notify the night clerk The Theclerk Theclerk ThEclerk
clerk immediately started awakening awakeningthe
the guests and Northrop stepped into intothe intothe intcthe
the elevator ran it upward through throughthe througithe
the smoke and flames and helped helpedarouse helpedarouse helpedarouse
arouse the guests on the top floorThe floor floorThe floorThe
The halls were soon filled with ex excited excited excited ¬
cited men and women The coolerguests cooler coolerguests coolerguests
guests were compelled to force them themback themback themback
back from the windows and fire es escapes escapes escapes ¬
capes toward which whi < h a rush was Being Beingmade fieingmade ein einmade
made A number of women were werepreparing werepreparing werepreparing
preparing to jump from the windows windowswhen windowswhen windowswhen
when policemen arrived and aided the fhework thework thework
work of restraint and rescue The Thewomen Thewomen Thewomen
women were led to a rear stairway stairwaydown stairwaydown stairwaydown
down which they escaped through the thesmoke thesmoke thesmoke
smoke that was pouring upward from fromtl fromtle fromUe
tl tle > e lower floors floorsMiss floorsMiss floorsMiss
Miss Louise Mitchell who had feen feenhemmed 1eenLiemmed een eenhemmed
hemmed in by the flames was rescued rescuedby
by b the firemen and taken down a fire fireescape fireescape fireescape
escape escapeFew escapeFew escapeFew
Few of the guests had time to dress dressbut dressbut dressbut
but a number r of the women had hadthought hadthought hadthought
thought of their theatrical wardrobes wardrobesand
and stood shivering in fhe lower halls hallsot
ot the building holding sqme gaudy gaudydecoration gaudydecoration gaudylecoratiomi
decoration of gauze and an < 1 tinsel tinselThe tinselThe
The lire was extinguished quickly quicklyafter quicklyafter
after the guests had been taken fromLhe from fromthe fromthe
the building This is the th second fire firein fire1ll
in the building in the last two weeks weeksThe weeltsI weeksThe
I The first fire started from a light ligtited Ughtcigarette lightd
ed d cigarette thrown on the hall car carpet carpet carpet ¬
pet on the third floor floorAlmost floorAlmost
I IAlmost
Almost all the guests uests at the hotel hotelare hotelire I Iare
are members of theatrical companies companiesstranded companiesstranded companiestranded
stranded in Chicago ChicagoOVERHAULING ChicagoOVERHAULING ChicagoOVERHAULING
OVERHAULING PLAYHOUSES PLAYHOUSESChicagos PLAYHOUSESChicagos PLAYHOUSESThicagos
Chicagos New Theater Ordinance To ToBe ToB ToBe
Be B Strictly EnforcedChicago Enforced EnforcedChicago EnforcedChicaga
Chicago jan an 2i 21Nearly Nearly two twomonths twomonths twononths
months o of work and 500000 expendiures expendi expenditures expenditures ¬
tures ures for repairs rt will be required un under under unler ¬
der the new theater builuing ordinance ordinancefor
for or the Chicago playhouses playhousesThis
This is the estimate of theatef manigers man managers managers ¬
agers and it does not include the theamount theam themm
amount am < unt which will be expended forhe for forthe forthe
the entire rebuilding of at l least ast one onetheater onetheater oneheater
theaterfhree theater theaterThree heaterThree
Three theaters are closed certainly certainlyand certainlafld
and five others have almost t admitted admittedthat artmittet1that
that they the would be b forced to suspend suspendThe
The he number thnt will IJl not le able to toreopen toreopen toeopcn
reopen it = estinatfd t1n atc d at onehalf onehalfTh onehalfThprf onehalffhcre
Th Thprf n arc trt f fHW w ttn ttunters aters that will wi be beable beable bebIe
able bIe to IA use u IZS e more than two floors for formany tormnn fornany
many mnn months and many man even of the thebest thtbest theest
best est Avill ili have to abandon the gal gallery gallery galery ¬
lery ery permanently permanentlyThe permanenfrhe
The price of if theater tickets is al almost almost atnost ¬
most certaiy certai to be increased It is issaid issaid isaid
said that 2 and 250 as a standardrice standard standardprice standardprIce
price rice for seats is i likely to be advocat advocatod
od d by b the managers and that the low lowpriced lowprlcod lowFiCCd
priced FiCCd houses hom < 5 will make corresponding correspondingincreases corresl10ndlngIncreases correspondingncreases
increases increasesFALSE IncreasesFALSE ncreasesFALSE
FALSE ALARM SENT iNrect IN INTest INTe
Test Te t to Prove Efficiency Fire Drill I IChicago ii iiChicago r rChicago
Chicago Postoffice PostofficeChicago PostofficeChicagD Postoff ice iceChicago
Chicago Jan 21 Following an analar anRlnr1 anm1art
alar r of lire ir in the temporary main mainpostofflce mainI mainostofflce
I postofflce on the lake front nearly 100 100ions 100O
ions O 013 S ofmail of om ail matter and 22 stamp can cancelling cancelling cane11ing ¬
celling machines weighing half a ton toneach tonearh tonah
each have been carried out of the thejuUding theJUhling theuIiling
juUding in four minutes Then the theanny thearm theirny
anny arm of clprks learned that the alarm alarmWRS alarmW
WRS W ns S a false one to test the efficiency efficiencyof
of f th thA fire drill drillTwelve drillTwelve drmTwelve
Twelve persons were buying stamps stampsor
or r posting letters when Custodian Nane Na Nagle Nagle
gle ne sent in the th fire alarm In less lessthan 1essthan lesshan
than three minutes after the sound ¬
in ing of the gong seven lines of hose hosehad tio hosehad e ehad
had been attached nttacl d and stream a of f wa water wuter w wter ¬
ter were wt rp being b jng directed along the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor much to the discomfiture of the thespectators thespcctators thespectatorL
spectators spectatorsStevens spcctatorsStevcns spectatorLStevcns
Stevcns Issues Is us Important Order OrderAtlanta OrderAtlanta OrderAtlanta
Atlanta Ian 21 Commissioner ofAgrculflire of ofAgriculture ofAgricultl1re
Agriculture O B Sevens St ns has issued issuedan iS ufd ufdan
an important order relatrre to the th sale saleof saeof saleof
of commercial fertilizers and fertilizer fertilizermaterials fertilizerinatenIah r rmatcrials
materials in hulk under the law whiefl whieflwas whicnwas whicrzwas
was passed at the last session o the thelegislature thelegislature thelegislature
legislature The obiWt of this law was wasto wasIf wato
If Ifto
to permit thp farmer or consumer to todo todo todo
do h i own mixing without having to topay topay
pay the Inspection tax The new or order orI orden ¬
I der which has the approval of Attor Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
ney General John C Hart requires theregistration the theregistration theregislr
registration regislr t1on of Cfal1 all who handle bulk fer fertilizer fert1U fertillzer ¬
tilizer t1U el material materialA
r
A
OLON GOES ON ONRepresentative STAQE STAQERepresentative
I
Representative George Bill of Emanu Emanutl
tl Appear leforo efor FootlightsDublin Footlights FootlightsDublin FootlightDublin
Dublin Ga Jan 20 20Hon Hon George GeorgE Geor GeorE
E Bell member or the legislature legislatureirom legIslaturfrom
from Emanuel county has gone on onthe ODthe orthe
the stage This will be surprising surprisingnews
news to his friends throughout the thestate thestate th thstate
state He has joined t t1lt a Crump CrumpPark CrumpPark CruinjPark
Park Stock company an ani will appear appearat appeaat
at the school auditorium in this cft cftthree city cftythree citythree
three nights and a matinee next week weekHe weekHe weekHe
He takes the leading roles in the theplays theplays thEplays
plays the company presents presentsIt
It is said sa d that Mr Bell is no strag strager
er to the stage and that he has con considerable coniderable conalderable ¬
siderable histrionic ability SomEyears Some Someyears Someyears
years ago he was the leading man in inBells inBells iiBells
Bells Comedians wffich toured touredmany touredmany tOuredmany
many cities in the south soutfiFURNACE souffiFURNACE southFURNACE
FURNACE COMMISSION COMMISSIONNo
No 1 of Alabama Steel and Wire WireCompany WireCompany WirECompany
Company Will Make First Run RunGadsden RunGadsden RunGadsden
Gadsden Ala Jan 20 20Furnace Furnace No NoI
1 of the Alabama Steel and Wire com company company cornpany
pany was put in commission Monday Mondayand Monda Mondaand tlondatand
and will make its first run of iron irontoday irontodar trottoday
today todayThis todarThis todayThis
This furnace is the largest in the thesouth thesouth thesouth
south Every modern method and andeconomical andeconomical anc anceconomical
economical ideas in furnace building buildinghave buildInghave bulldInhave
have been adopted and its daily ca capacity capacity capacity ¬
pacity is 350 tons The starting of ofthis otthis oi oithis
this furnace inaugurated an era of ofdistribution ofdIstribution o odistribution
distribution of millions of dollars dollarsThe dollarsThe dollarsThe
The plans of the company lncludcfdur include includefdur Includefour
fdur blast furnaces and ten basic open openhearth openhearth opeihearth
hearth steel furnace furnacesHOUSE furnaceHOUSE furnaceHOUSE
HOUSE CONDEMNS ACTIONMIssissIpp ACTION ACTIONMississippi ACTIONMlsslsslpp
Mississippi Legislature Gives President Presi President Presldent ¬
dent Roosevelt Roast RoastJackson RoastJackson RoastJackson
Jackson Miss Jan 20 2tThe The lower lowerhouse lowerhouse lowerhouse
house of the legislature passed a aresa aresalution reso resolution resolutlon ¬
lution strongly condemning the action actionof actionof actiotof
of President Roosevelt in closing the theIndianola theIndianola thEIndianola
Indianola postoffice when the people peopleof
of that place refused to accept a ne negress negress negress
gress as postmistress The presi presidents presidents presidents ¬
dents action was denounced as Ua Uahighhan a ahighhanded iihlghhanded
highhanded ed proceeding in violation violationof
of the federal constitution constitutionThe
The senate issued a bill providing providingfor
for the establishment of three agricultural agricul agricultural agrlcultural ¬
tural experiment stations the first in innorth innorth innorth
north Mississippi the second in the thedelta thedelta thedelta
delta and the third In the southwest southwestern ¬
ern em portion of the state They The involve in involve involve ¬
volve an extra expenditure of about abott50O00
50000 50000SIMPSON 50000SIMPSON 50O00SIMPSON
SIMPSON AND CASH GONE GONEProminent GONEProminent GONEPromInent
Prominent Young Man of Montgomery MontgomeryAla
Ala Has Left the City CityMontgomery CityMontgomery CityMontgomery
Montgomery Ala Jan 20 20JohJ 20JohJSimpson 20JohnSimpson John JohnSimpson
Simpson a prominent young man of ofthis ofthIs ofthis
this city has disappeared and it is issaid issaid issaid
said about 2500 of a local hardware hardwarefirms hardwarefirms hardwarefirms
firms cash where he was employed employedis
is also missing missingSimpson missingSlm missingSinison
Simpson Slm son was one of the most popu popular popular opular ¬
lar young > men in the city He was wassecond wassecond wassecond
second lieutenant of the Montgomery MontgomeryBlues MontgomerBlues
Blues He leaves a widowed w mother motherand motherand motherand
and several sisters sistersCotton sistersCotton sistersCotton
Cotton speculation is said to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been the cause of his downfallmake downfall downfal1make downfallmake
make another experiment and see If ilwe Ifwe ifwe
we cannot improve him by education educationof
of his hand and his heart There must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be a moral substratum upon which whichto
to build or you ou cannot make a de desirable desirable desirable ¬
sirable citizen citizenThe citizenfbe citizenThe
The governor also declares that the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people of the na naLn on should rise up upand upand upand
and demand the repeal of the fifteenth fifteenthmondmpnt fifteenthamonrlmpnt flfteenta
mondmpnt a n n d ni i n t
NOTICE NOTICENOTICE NOTICEN01IClt NOTICEYTOT1CE
YTOT1CE is HEREBY ERE Y GIVEN THAT UN UNder UNder UNL
NOTICE L der and by virtue of a final decree entered enteredin
in U the cause cnu e otftWUliam or Viltiam Young aghinst a aiint hjnt Stephen StephenSprnggins SteJlhenSprng Stepheniprnggins
Sprnggins Sprng ins pending in the Circuit Cur of the theFifth theFIfth theifth
Fifth ifth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and for icrHrion lorMarion forhfion
Marion county in chancery on the 23d day of ofDecember ofDecember ofecentber
December A D 1903 1 < 03 by the theUonot theHononb1e Honorable ble W S SKullock 5UulJock SJullcckjudge
Kullock Jullcckjudge judge of the above jt t t1ed > led court the theundersigned theundertigned theindersigned
undersigned pperial master in it charcciy np appointed nppointed npointed ¬
pointed ointed therein Jo execute s nid > finl oecree oecreewill oeCteewill
will on J 1 onihiy fhe Mi lay < ay or 3inrct ADjg4 ADiqo4tween ADjg4between A J904 J904bEtween
between tween the hours of n oclock amand a m inznd inzndclockp and 2 2oclock 2odock
oclock clockp p m ot toidday aid da in iront of the south bouthdoor Iooulhdoor southIoorGf
door IoorGf of f the court house in Ocala 0 < 31a Marion couny coun county county ¬
ty y Florida at public outcry oiler fur tale le and andwill andwill andviii
will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash cashthe cashthe cashhe
the mortgaged mortg ged premises prpmi cs in aid final decree decreedescribed decreelescrihedas ecree ecreedescribed
described as follows towit The tast half ol olth oftht cihe
th he < southeast quarter of the northwest t quarter quarterof
of t section clion iitowrship JItow hjp 15 s south of range 21 east eastalso eastilso
also northeast quarter ol section 24 a township towu hip 17 17south 17south 17outh
south of range ran e 30 2Oall all in Marion county count Florida Floridaor
or r so much thereof as may be necessary to sat satLly IoatiJy sat1y
Lly 1y said final decreeandcost decree and costs ol suitCARLOS suit suitCARLOS nitCARfOS
CARLOS L 1 SIS 15 RUNK RUNKALLXKD RUNKALLJUm ItUNKULIPn
ALLXKD DAVIS Special Master Ma tcr in Chancery ChancerySolicitors ChHnlcrySolicitors C3ssneerySolicitors
Solicitors for Complainant ComplainantNOTICE i 2 2NOTICE n nNOTICE
NOTICEPIlE NOTICE NOTICEREGULAR NOTICErrHE
PIlE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING MEETINGthe lIEltTI G OF OPI OFthe
rrHE I the Duunellon I > Phosphate i lOIMU i omtxtfty y wtll be beheld beheld beIe11
held at the office of the compauy in RockwellMarion Rockwell RockwellMarion Kockwellirhfl
Marion county Florida on Tuesday 1uc d February Februaryi6tb l bruary16th
i6tb 6th roo4 at t 12 oclock ocl ck noon noonRALPH nool1RAfI1I noonRAIIH
RALPH 1JARKKR HrRRRI
123 I u Secretary SecretaryNOTICE SeC1Ct8T3PNOTICE ctctftryNOTICE
NOTICE NOTICEfit NOTICErifE
fit rifE HE REGULAR ANNUAL MXKTINTJ 1SITIN FETI G OF OFthe OFUle OPI
I the Pert Inglis Terminal Compmiy C mJY will he beheld heheld heield
held at the offICe of tl e company in Rockwell ReckweHMar Re Rockwelltarxn < kweU kweUtarHJII
Mar tarHJII > oii county FJoiidH on Tuesday Febtuary Fcbcuary16t1l Feln nary nary6th
16t1l 1904 J9 at t one oclock p m mRALPH mRALPH inRALPH
RALPH BARKER BARKERSecretory hiRKERI
1 22 23t Secretory
NOTICE NOTICENotice NOTICENotice NOTICENotice
Notice of Application tor Tax Deed Under Sec Section Section Scetioti ¬
tion S of Chapter 488 4 La of t r Florida iioridaTOTIC1 FloridaTOTICE PloridNOTICIt
TOTICE IS HEREBY G1YFN THAT THATL
NOTICIt L jW Stke woke kev and Tiller T nuh U > c u f Tax TaxC TaxCerti
C Certi rrtif2te rli t ° > 3h No Ou 173 date t h 4 n Iiv py r of f Anril AnrilA
A D iSoS J QI1 ha filed ltd said lIit certirci ijiy a J sy v inice inicentd met metand I ItlSld
and made application for ISA ta t deed d ecl to 0 issue 5 Ut in inaccordance inaccoriance I Iacconance
accordance with law Said certificate e embraces embracesth I Ith
th following ftllowin cribed property Dro rty situated in inMaricn inMark
Mark Cft coy M ky y Florida towit towitSon1 towitSolt towitSu I
Son1 Solt halfof half of s tithhalf th half section i townshipi township townshir >
i r > JHTlje itt 22 12The 22The I
The said land being assess afls asesI = fl at the date of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the issuance issuancetf of l such certificatr tn n the name of ofUnknown ofUnknown ofUnknown
Unknown Unless said certifcate shall h re redeemed redecmcd redeemed ¬
deemed according to law tpx t deed win it1 issue issuethereon issuethcreon issuethereon
thereon on the i6th day of Kebrnary F A P J 1904 1904Witness 1904Witness 1904Witness
Witness my official signature and seal this the theI2th the12th theizth
I2th day of f January A D D1904 1904 1904S
S T r STSTRUNK SISTRUNKI
115 I JS Clerk Circuit Court Marion rlon Co Fin
fI fII
C
I
TAX ASSESSORS APPOINTMENTS APPOINTMENTSI
I will be at the following places plac s to t reeeire reeeirereturns r receiYereturns < < eiTe eiTeretnrns
returns of real and personal property and andagricultural aadagricultural andagricultural
agricultural reports as the law requires requiresJANUARY requlreseJANUARY requireseJANUARY
JANUARY 1904 1904Martel 1904Martel i9o4Mattel
Martel Monday 25 am amCotton a JD JDCotton mCotton
Cotton Plant po potothce tomce tof ce Monday 25 2 2SHeidtsiiIe p pHeidtsville a aHeidlsviJJe
Heidtsville Tuesday 6 II to toDunnellon 3 3Dunneilon JDuoneUon
Dunneilon Wednesday 27
Romeo Thursday 28 tt z z 103 to toBiitchton
Blitchton Friday FridayFEBRUARY 29 29FEBRUARY 29PEBRUARY
FEBRUARY 1904 1904Kendrick I IKendrick IO4Kendrick
Kendrick Monday Moo day i a m mMartin mtartin inMartin
Martin Monday x p m mLowell mLowell inLowell
Lowell Tuesday 2 a m mReddick mRcddick inReddick
Reddick Tuesday Tue ay 2 p m mMclntosh mllcIntosh inMcIntosh
McIntosh Wednesday WednesdaysCentral J JCcntral 3Central
Central Thursday 4 a m mFIcmirgton mFlemhgton inPlemirgton
FIcmirgton Fridays 5 amFairfield am amFairfield arnFairfield
Fairfield Friday 5 p m mShady mShad inShady
Shady Shad Grove Monday Mondn 3 a at atSantos mSanto usSanto
Santo Monday 8pm 8pmBelleview 8 p m mBeU inEelleview
Belleview BeU iew Tuesday 9 9Pedro 9Pedro 9Pedro
Pedro school houseJUednesday hous WcdDes4a Ma MaSurtunerfield a il ilSummcr6eld
Surtunerfield Wednesday i p pCandler pCandler w wGaudier
Candler Thursday Thursda it a ra raOcklawaha mOcktawaha inOcklawaha
Ocklawaha Thursday 11 I I p m mEast mEast inEast
East Lake Friday Frida IZ a m mWeirstlale meirs1ale rnWeirslale
Weirstlale Friday 12 m p pm pmLlI1adale m mLinadale 3
Linadale school house Saturday Satr y 13 mi to tilllDrawdvs tij tijDrawdvs > 3b 3bDrawdvs
Drawdvs Saturday night nightMoss DlghtMoss nightMoss
Moss Bluff BluffMonday Monday iS a ra inElectra mElectra 4 4Electra
Electra Monday Monda 15 p m mLynn mLynn inLynn
Lynn Tuesday 1u sday 16 a m mGrahamville mGrahamjlJe inGrahamvihle
Grahamville Tuesday 16 p m mConnor ntonnor taConnor
Connor onnor Wednesday edl1e dAY 17 a m mChurchill IDChurchill inChurchill
Churchill school house Thursday Tuusd y S Sai > aw awKerrCity a aKerr M MKerrCzty >
KerrCity Kerr City Thursday 18 8 p m mEureka mEurcka inEureka
Eureka Friday 19 a ra raDaisy mDaiy niDasy
Daisy Friday Frida 19 p m mFt mFt inFt
Ft McCoy Saturday M e a m mAnthony mAnthony inAnthony
Anthony Monday 22 22Sparr nSparr
Sparr SparrTuesday Tuesday 23 3 a m mGreenwood mGreenwood niGreenwood
Greenwood Tuesday 23 p ra raCitra DICitra iaCitra
Citra Wednesday WednC day 24 2 a m inOnnge mOnnge 1 1Oringc
Onnge Springs Thursday 25 a m mOcala mOeala mOcala
Ocala all of Marc MarckThe MarcThe MarcThe
The law requires all returns to t be m maticlty maticltythe me 4e by bythe bythe
the 6rst of April ALFRKD AYHR AYHRIS A AYIIRis JlR
IS 1 5 Tax TaxAssesser3larIsnCwsty Assessor 3Iar 3lazta n OMHttgr OMHttgrNOTICE c cI1Y cI1YN011CE t tNO1ICE
NOTICE OF MASTERS SALE SALENOTICE SALENOTICE SALEKTOTICE
KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE HAT HATder V Vder Ifj
NOTICE j der i and by virtue of a fiwal aal decree lit t tclosure Ac Acclosure 0 0closure
closure entered enter d on the math day f October A AD AD AD
D 1903 by the Hoq W V S DMJock jt Jttdthe it itthe t tthe
the circuit court for the filth judicial cncutt cicw t efFlorida ef etPlorida itFlorida
Florida sitting in chancery for Marimi Iario er wwaty wwatyin aty atyin ty tyin
in a certain cause then pendiag in saM a tl cu ct ctwherein t twherein
wherein Hattie OAllen O AlICn and Geo K Alte A her kerhusband Iterhusband herhusband
husband and Ella O Browne were wereauts camptB cipiaants a aniits
ants and Marie Louise Gotdbeck Attard Ak C CGoldbeck eGoldbeck CGoldbeck
Goldbeck her husband Adelaide V MOTJMIB MOTJMIBJames MjiaJamesW 1 1James
James JamesW W Morgan organ as heirs heirut at lawot law 01 WU WUMorgan WltMm H UMorgan HMorgan
Morgan deceased were defeadaats defe dab I < the miller millersigned wikrsigned 4eP 4ePsigned
signed special master in chancery will willJlondIf o oMonday ii ii3londay
Monday February rH 9I 9Ibetween 9 9between < J Jbetween
between nooa i i oo a m and 200 p m offer a aM 4 ex expose exrose cxrose ¬
rose for or sale sal and will then and there sell t the thehighest tkchighestand Jtchighest
highest highestand and best bidder for cash ia h ha a < in infront hufront illfront
front of the court house hou e door in Ooite Mar Marcounty Maria f fcouut 4 4county
county couut Florida all 11 the right title titl tutertsi iaer a aM aMcstt aa4estate d destate
estate of the said defendants May Louise Le 68e Odd GoWbeck owbeck Oddbeck >
beck and Alfred C Goldbeck her iuib hhAdelaido bwibaaiI bwibaaiIAdelaide d dAdelaide
Adelaide V Morgan and James W V Morgaa as asheirs asheirs aaheirs
heirs at law of Wm H Morgan decc deceeeed a Htl Htlin 4 of ofin ifin
in and to the following described lands attuwtc attuwtclying M s4tmteIyin ittlc ittlclyin
lying lyin and being in the said county and Rtf slate slatetowit MatetoWIt ate atetowit
towit towitCommencing toWItCommeucinJ towitCommencing
Commencing at a point 6 639 chaias eaot ol the thesouthwest thesouthwest tkesouthwest
southwest corner of the northwest quarter of ofthe c cth fthe
th the southwest quarter of section 15 i M lewMhl lewMhlIS wa waoMp hi
15 south range 22 east thence raaaia TNNHIRg g aortn irthi56
1565 chains thence east east6J9 6 39 chaias theiK the c south Ie ivth15cchains th thJ56schains
1565 J56schains chains thence west 639 chains to fa th t poiat poiatof at atof
of Di beginning > containing by csttaMlMM tea teaacres acaacr c cicres
acres acr s more or less lessAlso lelsAlso lessAlso
Also beginning be inning at the northeast corner ratr of the theAlvarez tIJHAharez 1 1Mvarez
1 1east
Alvarez grant in township 15 south ra rae ftc c 28 28east 20t8st
east and running thence = south with arietic a moc mocnetic RHIS >
netic variation of 3 degrees 9 MUM NSUIHts NSUIHtsv69 it s oatff
23 v69 69 chains thence west with a awgartlr g t v iia iiat rtatlOO uk1on
t tlOO > on of 2 decrees de trees > 35 s minutes mi tes north S 45 ct ctthence c cthence ckiiii 4 4Lhence
thence north 23 2369 69 chains thence th nce esC fas fasto Lsdian Lsdiano s a ato
to o the point of beginning coat COB coaaia3ag i ij g ao aoof fCLI fCLIof vaf
of f Jan more or less lessSaid JeSSaId 1esSaid
Said land being sold to solfefy tWy HiW W ski > a aM aMt adots 4 4costs
costs t CARLOS L I SISTRVWK SISTRVWKKBIL SZSTRWIXEiL
KBIL EiL M AURUD Special Master fa I C ClIaMGI7y ClIaMGI7yII oey oeyii
ii SoUcjtorforcompkiast SoUcjtorforcompkiastNOtICE Solicjtor for ComptaiMai ComptaiMaiNOTICE CoplatatNOTICE
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION PUBUCATIONDepartment PUBLICATIONDepartment PUBLICATIONDeportment
Department of the Interior I enor L Laid d Oflfc 0 at atGilinesiIIe atGkinesville t tGainesville
Gainesville Fte PJ PIsDeceibr PIsDeceibrTOTICE December Jf JfTOTICE KN
TOTICE IS HEREBY HKRH Y GIVEN THAT TWATolknitlJ TKfll nnfohlawib
N 1 > folkrwiu named settler IMA Ht Skt aotfcc ait C Chis of ofhis it1is
his intention to make cemmalattaa jHHf I Isupport la lasupport IMupport
support of hs claim and that sW prool wlH wlHbe WMbe wle
be e made before Clerk Circuit Court at atF1a Ooafe OoafeFla
Fla Ia on
Janitor J nuaTII u jri Il Ilvi o t tviz
viz vi JohnM john M Munroeof 1t un roe of Hetdtville HeidtriUe3t669 Phi P i 4 4t669 4
31 3t669 669 for or the southwest quarter q lter of aorta aortaquarter erthquarter 1 1uarter
quarter uarter section 32 township 16 J south IN INast r af Ml Mleast 18east
east 4 4He
eastHe He names the following witnesses witn f5 to j ore orehis ve veus e ehis
his us continuous residence re idence apon sad ad ctUv tfoa tfoaof de deof zusuf
of f said land viz J A Manuel oi DwamMloa DwamMloaFla n nFla DtmiIina
Fla na E M Turner of Dunneilon Pta 1 S M MNibiack MJiback t tNIblack
Nibiack of Dunneilon Fla i D S peaks of ofDunneilon sfunneilon r rDunnel1on
Dunneilon Fla
12 25 W G ROBINSON ROBI SON Register Rqi6tertNOTICE ReglterzNtTICE II IINbTICE
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NOTICE NbTICEIn
4 4ruit H
In the Circuit Court of f the F5fth t Judicial Off Offroit Oknit fl
nit ot Florida in and for Marion oouaty fa faChancery r rChancer thancery
ChancerAmerica Chancery hanceryAmerica 1 1American
America Phosphate Ph sphate CempaMv Cemp y etniptafaaitt etniptafaaittvs
vs 5 Thomas PaUreernan P311re man et tl 1 Jefswa JefswaIT Jefin JefcDdIT laBtrt laBtrtIT
IT IS ORDERED THAT Tint DKPKtfDAafTS DKPKtfDAafTSherein DKPIL DiA DiAh
IT L herein h rein named Thomas PalfreciMB Sophie Skl SklG SephieParktr 4 4t
G t Parktr Park r Ara A a W V Parker Jr Cot4 0 Gta H rRCf ParkerLfld Parker Parkernnd er erRnd
nnd Mahel C Parker be b and they are ar Hereby Herebyrequited Jten JtenTtqulled herebyequtied
requited to appear to the bill bdloa ol conipfefcit Ia IaIu H j jrhi
rhi above entitled enl tled cause C8 se on r before M iady iadyhe < Mfay T Tthe 4 4the
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testament testauientofJOHNACOZEdCCeased t of JOHN A COLE deceased wftton wfttonthe wosthe78thdavOf 011 011the
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make eual settlement of bisadcemntsand hM bouutslod apply applyforfiu aJtllfor apptfor
forfiu for fin lischarge Such final settlement and andapplicav aDdappl andapphicat
applicav appl au n a to tobe be made to the county Judge of ofD ifMarion f fMarion
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