The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Mrs. H. Barnett 'and children of Major Livingston. Mims, a former

Lakeland are the guests of their uncle I prominent mayor of Atlanta, is dead J MONEY TO LOAN .

Capt. F.. D. Pooser.
Mr. Will Nix of Kendrick, was

I If you want your ,to -) :....1' xwu spending Tuesday In Ocala., To Based
I Every Customer on Business and
prosper wake. up, rub v."j"
up your sleeves and go 9.' 1.. ior It I visitors on Tuesday. He was a' guest .- '. : : Responsibility.! '

'- r t the Montezuma Hotel .
Mr. Valmore Izlar-ha 1:1,313d
Mr. B. W. McDonald In .mJtga- Mr. C. J. Pillans: :of Electra; who Is ; ,
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ment of the :McKean* Lu / ';.):':'t.1 l .1 postmaster at..that thriving little BANKERS.

pany. I vt in Ocala I Ocala Fla. '
r I ge, was Tuesday. ,Jan.-21,1906.
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Valmore Izlar says he expt r. ?.v i.c\: I
I V. Roberts, of Ocala, is here visitmg -
that ten dolar gold piece o.t end by t
G. W. Carter's family, and trans-
the O. K. Grocery for t he t= ;",:5t. Lowry-Mathews. 1 1A

pumpkin.Mr. acting ,business.-Live Oak Democrat I r

t ; very quiet and simple wedding RiNgs"We
Of't Mr. B. R. Stripling has returned
I M. Maliver( e Guarantee took place Saturday morning Febru-
home from a short visit relatives. I e'y
Clothing Company,' is at home from
at Gainesville Georgia.Mr. ary 24, at 10:30 in All Saints church
.J his spring and summer purchasingtrip
on'' when Miss Nannie Ogden Mathewsand
to New York City. 0. M. Goodrich came home
I Charles Stanley Lowry were united -
\. Mr. C. H: Dame came home Friday I Tuesday from 'Green Springs- near In holy wedlock. The church had Have Now in Stock
I Tampa,. where he has been .spending ___ t .
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY from Perry, where he organized a several weeks. been prettily decorated with flowers the Most Complete Line ,of #
\ splendid lodge of the Woodmen of the t
and greenery. Rev. Milton C. ,Dot-
1 World. .Mr. CH.. Dame ls_tra7elling on the
: RINGS that
Can Be Found 11I
ten the
i' AT i '" east coast this week In interest was officiating clergyman, and

Miss Louise Harris came home Friday of the Woodmen of the World. used the solemn wedding service off Anywhere.Call III
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POSTOFFICE afternoon from Gainesville, where' the Episcopal church, which Includes

she spent a few days with Miss Mr. J. C. Luning/ the Leesburg I and See Them.
I the giving and receiving of"a ring in -IJ
rF Christine Richards. Ice Company, was a business :visitorin

f ----'. -.. the "brick city Tuesday token ,of marriage. ,

.R DRUG STORE. Lawrence. Gaddy, of Silver Springs The bride, who Is a very pretty and #
Messrs. R. S. Civil and S. E. Civil
K E111F
Junction was up before Justice Sum- attractive girl, looked charming, In her
: of Span; of the firm of Civil and Civil
a: OCALA FLA. ter A. Bullock Friday and fined traveling gown of dove colored French r ,
were visitors to Ocala on Tuesday.The .
: $50 and costs for assaulting Rosa
bi' L flannel with garniture of old rose 1V
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1:. Marion Farms are shipping' a She carried an armful, ,of 'pinkand

._ big' herd of fine cattle to Watertown. white carnations which were amongthe
Gainesville Chautauqua opened
The .
Mrs. Virginia A. Baker- of Waco, where they have, an,1 Immense acreage
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Friday night Rev. William Spurgeon I flowers she received at the produc-
Georgia, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. of splendid. pasture"'lands. '
I I' Local Editor., O. Massey. of London, England, a kinsman of the < .... '..:a--, _.. ..J tion of "Northern Lights," in which V Fred C. B. Weihe Jj11
great Charles Spurgeon delivered the m. -"" ,
''- 'Miss Elsa Schneider came down she took a prominent part. ,

I Sheriff Gordon is now able to be in opening oration.It from. Kendrick. : Friday 'afternoon to She was.. attended by her sister, ;I The Jeweler -
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ABOUT TOWN. ---- I "
HAPPENINGS his office every day. He has beenon spend Saturday and' Sunday with her :Miss Pawnee Mathews, and given -Into -
pays to read the advertisementsof I L '
I. the sick list for several weeks. parents. t the keeping of her husband by her _- -
enterprising home merchants. -
----- father, J. Raven Mathews. 1
A. P. Basktn was a prominent .
r-Hon. They are the people who make it pos: .I r
Mr. J. S. Morris, ,after spending a Mrs. J. E. Padgett and little daughter Only Immediate relatives and inti- Col. W W. Hampton has returned
visitor In Ocala ,from Anthony Mpn- sible, to have conveniences right at
? few days in Ocala returned to Oka- your door, .so to speak. of Quincy formerly of this city, mate friends were present. !! from a visit to Havana Cuba He

day, humpka Friday afternoon. are here on a visit _to Mrs. Padgett's Following the ceremony and congratulations -* '
i.' : was accompanied on the visit by
... sister, Mrs. George Davis. :Mr and Mrs. Lowry left
.,. ')fr. R. E. Yonge. ,; jr., of JacksonISpent' Miss Adair Wilkinson, of Valdosta, Mrs. E. B. Aldrich and_ her son :Mr. --- ,for a short wedding trip to Los Angeles ,!I Misses Minna and Catherine daughters
Sunday in Ocala with his is E. B. Aldrich, jr.,, have returned to I
the; Georgia, the attractive guest of i I Mrs. Andrew Turner, of Lake Sixteen and adjacent points and will make and Miss .Sophie Greer of Philadelphia ... .

parents.piMr Mrs. Arthur Clark for a few days. Ocala from their trip down the ,east ,, who has. been. the guest of Mr their home at Alamitos, Bay where but on the return the formeryouag
t ---..., ,- coast to Nassau and to Cuba and are
and Mrs. W' K. Zew'adski and family the Is employed.Mr. ., .
groom : .
R. J.- Knight, the .promu.. .,,. Mr. H. M._ Oyer, ?a prominent resident with Mrs. .Aldrich's sister, Mrs. George % .t.y stopped 1t Tampa while
.. for several weeks, returned home ,: Lowry was at one time a resi-
\ turpentiner, represented Crystal River of Citra, was among Ocala's visitors K. Robinson. the two latter will spend a few (lays'with
t Tuesday afternoon. dent of Riverside and Mrs. Lowry has
i. Ocala Monday. on Friday. -- friends In Ocala.-Gainesville -
I spent most of her girlhood in this -
al. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Massey entertained Lucky Edd 'Wartmann, of Citra, Sun. .
city. The young people have a host .
:J 'lIr. Alfred. Ayer, Marion county'staz Mr. Kurtz Wallace after spending at a delightful dinngr party planted ten acres in lettuce this year ', '
of friends who wish them all happiness
I The Ocala friends
from I of Mrs. C. L
1 assessor cstae. up :McIn- a week in Ocala with his mother and Friday in compliment to Mrs. B. W. and his friends say he will clean .up. :
In this life.. Grace of Kendrick who has been
tosh Monday afternoon. grandmother, has returned to his homein McDonald, whose birthday it was. This $1 ,OOO on It. > I so
Among the many lovely gifts which :critically ill will pleased to learn
Tampa. affair was .an unusually pleasant one. --. ,
:11r n Ax and little -- : -' -- Rev. and Mrs. D'elph, of. German they received., none perhaps is more that she is now greatly Improved. This
valued than the set of table silver
| girl, of the Meadows, were at the Mrs. E. C. McLeod and little son. The Timmons-Blount Naval Stores Valley, New Jersey, who have, been the pleasant fact was ascertained througha

i Ocala House for a few day this week. of. Kendrick sprat Friday In Ocala Company of Tampa, has changed Its .guests of theirdaughter a.nd son-in- which was presented by Company M. letter received from :Mr. Grave Tues-

"' -- with the former's mother, Mrs. Car- name to the Peninsular and doubledits law, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsh, at There were many friends of Miss day afternoon) '
vi Miss'Nannie Ogden Mathews of thiscity
Rev. L.. W, Moore who occupied ter. capacity to $500,000., B. W. Blountis Cornell for several weeks left Friday I! I,,I '
In the audience at the Loring Mr. and Mrs. Tate and Mr. A. J.
'he Strake Sunday Is I
Methodist pulpit .at -,-- president and A. C. Bacon secretary for their home.
'Monday afternoon. \ I Theatre Wednesday -and Thursday ,, McLaughlin, of Fairfield, and'his sis .
; returned :home Mr. G. J. Strozier. of Winter Garden and treasurer.
"irr-L night February 21 and 22, who were
ter Miss McLaughlin. of North Carolina
: who has been spending a week Prof. A. J. Foskett has returned I -

:'jlrr H, J. Klutho, the well known in Ocala and in Marion county, returned I After a short visit : Ocala his from Ocala, where he has been.assist- unaware. than the pretty subrette of composed a ,pleasant party, who

.architect of Jacksonville, was a popu- home Friday afternoon. former home. Mr. Durrance returnedto ing in a big ,piano sale for LudJen & Company M:s production! of the Indian l: drove In and spent Tuesday In Ocala.

lprfar visitor to Ocala Monday. :. Tampa Friday afternoon, to which, Bates' Southern Music House. war drama "Northern Lights," They were guests at the Ocala Housefor
I he and 'his family recently mov- was about to become a bride in real the 'day. .
-, After killing all the big trusts In city Gainesville Sun. "
PKr. and Mrs J. B. Cutler have gone the United States President Roosevelt I ed. I -- life as well'as on the stage. "I I I -.. .
[Gainesville. 'They' will make their will try his hand \n big game in .. Mr. and 1011's. George .Hough, and I For'the. past three weeks the pretty I II I A Scientific! Wonder.

bomn that city; in the future. \ A frlra.I Prink Harris of the Ocala Banner, I Mrs. Hough's mother, Mrs. Hateey! will i and vivacious young woman bad been makes The cures Bucklen's that Arnica stands Salve to Its a credit sci-

.. I keeps on talking about abolishing the move this week into, the cottage on quIetly preparing for her marriageto entific iVonder. It cured R. R. Mulford
:' ;;;; commission however his Stanley Charles Lawry, of Alam-. lecturer for the patrons of husbandry,
,....ylr' ; Hal. Eagleton, of the growing" Col. Tom Appleyard ;amorizedhis .railroad ; Ocklawaha avenue known as the Row-
'' I Waynesboro, Paof a distressing ease
,:" aOtate- firm of "Eagleton & Price, I Gatling gun and is now using his talking doesn't seem to have any effect ell cottage. itos Bay. Thursday night she was pre- of niles. It heals the worst burns. sores

is la Ocala for a few days. Daisy; airrifle.BuJ he hits the spot upon those who wish to sacrifice -- sented, after the third act with a de- boils, ulcers cuts wounds, chilblainsand

-t; ,' ,< -- every time.-Panta Gorda 'Herald.' themselves as commissioners.Manatee An alarm of'fire at noon last Wednesday luge; of flowers by friends, who knewof sault& C.rheum., druggist Only" 25c, at m Tidings -

..,ti\i; Thomas, .of Gaiter, and Record. ,called out the department. The .the. approaching nuptials At the" -

",F",'::jl" known'C.J"": to the readers of this( "The blow that killed father," was blaze was In the roof of the house I conclusion of the performance she Monday afternoon at his home In:!

sus "Unel; Joe," was in the cityoaday the dicision of Judge Locke, of the Mr. John Sullivan after a visit of occupied by Presiding Elder Hilburn, : was among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. j i Tampa Master" George Huber gave a.

w :. United,States Court. Saturday last, several days with relatives at caused by sparks from the-chimney. Edward F. Waddington. and Mrs. *red i! party in celebration of" his fifth birth-

in the drainage injunction ,case.Lake Americus, Ga., returned home Monday Charley Baisden and Mr. Ellis extin- M. Heath .at the Waddington home on day anniversary. He was assisted in

p iM1ssAdair' Wilker'ton, after a few City Index. afternoon. :Mrs G. T. Maughs, who guished the flames and the hose was I receiving by his two little sisters VIvian -

js."visit in Ocala with Mrs Arthur -.. -- accompanied :Mr. Sullivan to Americus not, brought Into action-live Oak recaplent I I and Inez Huber. Master George

lark; left Sunday for her home at Mrs. James H. Badger, of Oldtown, will remain in that city for sev- Democrat. of a,handsome silver serving set, with Huber is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.

Vaidosta. ,Ga.. I after spending a week in Ocala with eral weeks.. -' knives forks and spoons to match.; f J. Huber formerly of'Ocala arid in

,. -'--- friends and relatives returned home Hiss Abbott is one of the best attractions Riverside cor. in Los Angeles, Cal.,: speaking of his-partyc the Tampa Her..

'Rev.4. R. Bridges*presiding elder Monday. :Mr. Badger spent Monday' Mrs. Newcomb Bared, of Fellowship, that has ever been in Ocala, Examiner 'ald says: _

-"!|or" this district preached 'wo Inter- ,[ In Ocala returning home with his wife. is in Ocala and is a guest the Savoy and you'll miss a great treat If you Stanley C. Lowry, the popular and I' The affair was In every way bright

;,.sttnr, sermons at the ,Methodist .- -- Hotel. :Mrs. Barco expects to spend don't go to the opera house tomorrow efficient manager of the Channel Club, and .enjoyable! and one of the loveliest .

: tksh Sunday Mr. D. W. Tompkins returned home I most of the time In Ocala in the future nIght. She only weights 105 pounds, left here Wednesday for the home of .of the children's parties the season.
'-, -- .. Sunday ..from. Atlanta' where he had and' will'be joined by Mr. Barco, but two of the strongest men In Ocala his father and mother In Riverside, Master George the bright little host

'irs. T. H. Wallis and children have 1 I been for a week purchasing horses and who will make Ocala his headquarters. cannot lift her., where he went to prepare for his wed- possesses In a marked degree the gra-

-:-turned.. home from a short visit totatIVes' t mules for his livery stable in this -, ding. He was married Saturday at cious attributes that so distinguish his

}'e. at Savennah ., and Fer- I city. I '-" Mr. I. F. Killore, who formerly livedon 10 o'clock to Miss Nannie Ogden charming mother arid genial father.

andlna, Fla Mr. Lawrence Jones, who purchasedthe the Silver Springs run but movedto Mathews who is an estimable young

-- Anderson E. B. Foster place at Weirsdale, ,Texas when he lost his orane rove, woman and a talented actress. The Civil-Fleming. .

Judge W S. Bullock Is conducting and has been living there for several is back in Marion county on a visit andIs ceremony was performed by Rev. C.

w t at Tavares this week he Is acr 'I Candler with Mr. and Mrs. John H. years, was in Ocala Friday to be presentat intensely pleased', with the condi- M. Dotten. bf All Saints Episcopal Mr. S. E. Civil ef Sparr, and )fifi- ,

panied by Mr. E. W. Davis-act: /Mathews, returned home, Sunday, af- the services of Sunday school conference tion of affairs that he finds prevailinghere. church of Rivercide. The couple Genevieve Fleming of Miami, were
I : "'"'** the Methodist church. Mr. '. united In marriage Thursday at Sparr. -v
ing..tate attorney. ; -.ternoon., at will preside at the Channel Club house. i
-lit ..- Jones is from Indiana.but Js very much They are expected here this week fora Miss Fleming had come from Miami to

Rev; p, E. Herndon and familyafr't : I Visitors to Osala on :Monday noticed in love with Florida.. Miss Anna Mixson. of this city who short wedding trip.-Alamitos Bay Jacksonville and met there by :Mr.

i IL.visit in Ocala the guest of 'their43tives by <:our reporter were Messrs. W. H. ,- is attending .the Chevy Chase Collegeat cor. in Los Angeles Examiner. / Civil .and they came toSparr, where 1

Mr. and Mrs. J. A.lWganee(1 I'McCraney..Qf Wildwood; H.. D. Evens. Miss Addie Hansbrough, of Eliza- Washington, D. C.. was among the the ceremony was performed]
LVe t of Jacksonville bethtown, Ky., who has been the and Mr. Civil is the son of :Mr. R. ::;.
'returned, home.. : of Conant; E. L. RYan. admired guests at a big ball recently Mr. and Mrs. Allan Rodgers
of Lees- i guest of her sister :Mrs. William Ruth of Civil and is a prominent young trucker -
-' and Rev. T. W Moore given in that city at the Willard Hotd little daughters Lula and

'. }rr?J. D Auchlncloss, of New York. burg I Hocker, for the past Six weeks, has by the students of the George Was Jacksonville are guests of :Mrs. Mc of that section. Miss Fleming Is a

gone to Leesburg to visit relatives fora East street. 3Irs. charming, and, accomplished young .
w..of. : the members of the Dunnellon ---" .ngton University Allister 221 Gregory
sPhate In the city I :Mrs. J. D. Livingston and :Mr, and short while. Miss Hansbrough will Rodgers is pleasantly remembered lady and she and Mr. Civil will be
". Company, was '
.cnday... : Mrs, 3.0E.'Kitching of South parolina.who be with :Mrs. Hocker again for a short Mr. and Mrs.-John T. Fuller, of Alexandria :Miss Estelle Kirkpatrick by un cordially welcomed by the groom's

.-_....._., -- have been visiting their relatives visit before returning to Kentucky. Bay, New York. after a short friends who will be _glad of an oppor- host of friends In that neighborhood.The .

|Mrs/j. \v. Ward, jr, of Floral City, .CoL and -Mrs. J. H. Livingston, '- stay In Ocala left Friday aft 'rnoon. tunity to renew "Auld Lang Syne'."_ Ocala Banner extends its very

.nt Monday in Ocala. 'While here for some weeks have gone to Madisonto The Dalton (Ga.) Argus says that Mr. and :Mrs.. Fuller are special Pensacola JournaL .. brightest wishes to th% happy couple. ,

w.1 Ward was the guest of Mrs.: Lee visit Mrs. B. ;A. Inglis. CoL William H. TIbbs, of Murray friends of Mrs. C. F. Benjamin, for- -

Uler(! I county, Georgia, Is the last surviving merlyMiss Bettie Sharpe 'f this "Miss Ellie Tydings, who for the past A Lively Tussle.
"_ : With that old enemy of the race con- ',
.-0 Miss Rena Davidson of Salisbury member of the Confederate Congress, city. On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. two months has been, visiting different stipation, oft ends in appendicitis. a'

.:,A. p. Baskin' of Anthony :Mr. North Carolina who has been the and that he Is now ninety years of H. L. Anderson gave a charming little parts of the state, giving talks on her I To avoid all serious trouble with
"""' stomach liver ana bowels take .Dr.
ert W, Ferguson, of. Berlin "Mr beautiful guest of :Mrs. J. G. SpurlIn age., The Argus Is in error. Senator party for Mrs. Fuller, 'to which she missionary wor kin Mexico, was the icing's New Life Pills They perfectly -

) Ferguson of Fellowship, Mr.. R. for the past few weeks, left Friday Pettus of Alabama? who Is yet liv- asked .a few of :Mrs. Benjamin's best guest of the family of her brother, Mr. regulate these organs, without pain

.t ke% of Stoke's-Ferry a, J.. Mca for her home" Miss Davidson is ing, was a member of .that' Congressas friends. It was a very pleasant event C.'TL- Tydings. having come to attend Iruggists.I II I r'r dIscomfort. 25c. at Tydings & m Co.

-. ;pf Higiey, :Mr. S. II. Gaitskill, a most attractive young' lady and has. was" also CoL. John M. :Martin, who, and the ladies greatly enjoyed their the Sunday School conference. Miss

_Iclutosh were among the promltvisitors made many.friends.daring' ,.....,, her, stay in- has been"for many years a residentof I afternoon with Mrs. Anderson and jrdings will return soon to Durango, Governor Napoleon' B. Broward still

In Ocala last week. Ocala. "" this city and there may be others] i i :Mrs. Fuller. exicd.: [ J refuses to love the newspapers.
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ri b0INQSOF THE BOARD' I|I L i nish' mule and. -wagon, rock 'and two I 'l'he'I request for reduction in assessment M. Mathews; T.'L., Johnson. i1ilIu do I take Cardui"? writes ]

OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. hands without cost to the county to by :Mr. P. T. Randall on land. County judge, Joseph. Bell fines ,

J. fines .. Jelemma Mullins of Odessa :
150.00, costs $69.37C. Smith
] rock road at pond, county commlsi s ctlon 14, township 29, range.23: was ,
(Official Proceedings.) imposed 0, costs, $16.08; H. "W. Doug-
J i: sioners to furnish the ; ..' Ocal, Fla, March 5. 1906.Theboard les, fines imposed $37.0; costs $10.48. II III I ,
proposition was accepted by the In
hoard The request for reduction lots It appearing to the board that the
of county commissioners several with
and duly adopted. for years fi .
Silver Springs park, made by Mr. J. bill of Mr. Klutho's, as the former architect J
in regular session on this the i
: met i Bill of Marion Farms for '
I I pecan- C., French was refused.
-x for plans and specIfications' to
i and '
Present Hon. IL trouble!
aforesaid. were differentdoptors
trees planted and guaranteed to live ,
The request for application on Orange remodel the'old court house, was er- .
',(: W. Long chairman of the board of
N. i at Poor Farm was ordered paid. Grove tracts In Silver Springs ronous 'and excessive, it was orderedby and medicines without obtaining relief I b!
county commissioners. S. R. Pyles j at
'I I I Application Mr. S. L. Bitting park by :Mr. French from 200.00 to the board that the bank be notified

: A Fort., J. L. Edwards and C. W. Tur- Inero asking to be allowed to redeem lots 80.00, was refused but a reduction not to pay the warrant which had been found in Wine of Cardui, a golden medicine for an if

1;:. I I i one to sixteen, Columbia City, covered from $200.00 to $140.00 was rganted.The issued and that 'the treasurer be noti- 'j

\ .' The minutes daeanJetaoishrdlucmfwyping of the previous meetIng I!;| by certificate No. 3420, sale of request of :Mr. S. H. Gaitskill, tied not to 'pay the said warrant, which ills, and can recommend it above all others for fernaI

wire r August 1S99 upon the basis of. assessment asking a reduction of $230.00 on 370 was done. ,

were read and approved. Mr. ... without interest, was refused. acres of lands in section 24, townhip It appearing upon examination of complaints." 'II
Klutho, architect. who submitted for-
: : 1%. range 20, was granted. A reduction '
the and that there
mer plans for the remodeling of the Commissioner Long thereupon made plans specifications Cardui furnishes safe relief for backache heada '
of $200.00 each, In' the assess- were some variances In those which .
old court house appeared before the "h 1s. report on the Poor Farm which ment the properties of Mr. S. H.
balance upon are now submitted to the board, from irregular painful or unhealthy |
pains cat
; : beard with bill for $337.06. report ,was read before the board and Galtskill \were as follows: In section which selected periodical ,
those originally

commission specifications due, which him bill on was plans considered and- adopted as follows to-wit; 19, township 12, range 22. $200.00; and and accepted by* the Citizen's committee. menial flow, and all ailments from which sick worn!

"To the board of county commis- In section 20, township 12, range 21, It was, upon .motion, ordered that
by the board approved and wars Marion county, Fla." pJl
rant ordered drawn for the payment I was granted $200.00.Mr. :Mr Chamberlin( be requested by: wireto suffer. A perfect tonic fordelicate.women.. A
:- F. C. Buell was granted a reduction -

: of the same. I I I visited the Poor Farm March 1st of $50.00'on the southeast could notify meet this with board them at what and to time bring he vegetable medicine for girls and women who are subjlf

Dr. D. J. Watkins of Micanopy, appeared -
and found the health of the inmates
of southeast of 'Section
quarter quarter
-- before the board and asked reduction very much improved. Andrew Stephens 10, township 16, range 21. with him the original picture together to the complaints .peculiar to their sex. Has benefit!
with the plans and specifications as
of the south half of lots 5 and
: e;. 6, block 1, Benedicts Heights in section who returned during Januaryis Upon the request of Mr, W. W. selected, and, adopted by the Citizen'sJromlttee over'a million who used to suffer as you do. 1
doing about half a hands work and Clyatt representing Mr. C. P. 'Chap- I
cV dthis board. A full letter ;
: 18, township and 13. range.also requestedthe .21, from says he has come to stay. One acreor man, the owner of lot 4, block 28, new of explanation. an having. been written, to At every drug store, in $1.00 bottles.
200.00 to $50.00; '
sugar-cane has been well fertilized -
survey of Ocala, was ordered that the
Mr. Chamberlin with reference to the
In the assessment lot
reduction on
3 or the east three'-quarters/ of sec- and neatly planted. Twenty- board of county commissioners recommend said acts of the board of county com WRITE US A omsVINE\
four two old budded trees =
year pecan to. the comptroller r that the all

T\ ton 24, township 12, range 19, Aradon- has been set out, with a guaranteethat said properties be allowed. to, be redeemed missioners. and describing we will fully send you y Free Advice
7 da grant from $500.00 to $200.00. The Board then adjourned. In plain sealed' envelope. Ladies
they will live at a cost of $1.50 at the face of certificates and Advisory Dept.. The Chattanooga
: requests were, deferred until further .
Medicine Co., Chattanooga TenD.JQ
per tree. Twelve acres of corn and omitted years taxes based upon a
Clerk Circuit Court
: consideration. I pinder land has been broke up. 8 $200.00 valuation without' interest. .

Mr. N. A. Fort reported that he had _. _, ___n __' __
acres more to break up. The fertilizer Also lots 1, block "F' Alfred's 'addition BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
personally inspected and assisted in
preparing flat at White Ferry. Mr. will be spread on corn land to Ocala, and lot 12, block "Q" Doings of the, City Council. To Dr. Marlon Benson. I

at an early date. Cabbage and vegetables Allred's addition to Ocaa, to be redeemed Ocala, Fla.. Ma ''h 51906.. -

i-. Fort's action was approved by the are good. 15 head 'of calaflower at the face valuation of certificate The board of public instruction in At the last regular meeting of the Louise -,
Miss Spalding F"ter fcf
issued fort
board and warrants ordered
: has been sold for $2.00. Two hogs has and omitted years taxes without and for Marion county, Florida, 'met City Council :Mr. R. E. Yonge appeared -

e payment of services rendered by I been slaughtered the past month interest. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. subdlv'Islon this' the' 5th day of March 1906 in requesting a reduction in his personal delightful chafing dish supper fcstfning ....
him in the for her cousin, Dr. Mario
parties assisting
,.. prepara. weighing respectively 80 and 250 Ibs. of lot 1. section 6, township 16, regular session with G. S. Scott chairman property assessed to R. "E. Yonge :
: tion1 of said Flat. Mr. Fort thereupon son at his charming bachelor
meat. The cattle and stock hogs are range 22, to be redeemed at face valuation B R. Blitch and J. S. Grantham, & Co. A rebate of *$17 was grantedon "
: offered, the following resolutions: on Richardson street. Inviting to
,. doing nicely. Hereto find appended t=
of certificates with omitted present.. motion of B. A. Weathers.C. .
: Whereas, it is made to appear to the him 18 guests, Including several
,, I financial statement for February which years taxes at a valuation, of $150.00 .Minutes of the last meeting were Rheinauer, president'' of the board '
board,that it is necessary for the Ferryman the season's most attractive deb'tes.
includes $54.50 for fertilizers. without interest.Mr. read and approved. a{ health, presented the report showIng "
at Whites Ferry to remain at .
Respectfully submitted E. O. Cordery, appeared before The resignation of Geo. P. Bridges, the amount of $92.74 due the board .
the Ferry from sun-rise until dark for The occasion was in celebratjet i
H. W. LONG. the board reduction of the trustees of the Dunnellon of'health ,
a requested. a one 'from the city. He also requested 1\
the convenience of citizens; it is Dr. Benson's birthday, and a1tl:
Commissioner in Charge. upon the folio wing* lands, viz: north- school district, was read but in view that barrels be placed on the
: thereupon resolved by this board that I I the birthday cake held only t
.. Report of Poor Farm for February west quart jfsoutheast quarter of of the fact 'that the election for new corner of streets in business portionof
; the Ferryman at Whites Ferry be and one candles, he has' ,been voUajfs
1906. section 2, township (15:range' 24, from trustees will occur April 3rd, 1906, the I ,town. Referred to street commit

he is hereby'required to-remain at said .,.. ., .. .. I .h several years. More pertlnent/ly:
Superintendent _' $35.00 $50.00 to $4o.<'Hr) 'granted'. ; east onehalfof resignation was not acted upon and. tee. :Mr. Rheinauer. complained that

Ferry from sun-rise in the morning Regular help .. .. .. .. ". .. 11.40 I northeast,quarter"of section'6. township Mr Bridges .requested to continue until the scavenger wagons dumped their the number of candles was the''

: until dark In the evening." Which I I'I Cooking .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 8.00 I 15, range .24, from $100.00 to the election. cleanings inside the city limits. Re- presented the guest of honor aoxidized b&

resolution was upon motion u-nI- Washing and ironing ... .. .. 5.50 I silver affair with a big tq
$80.00, granted southeast quarter of Blaze Pond school, colored, asked ferred to the sanitary committee. On'
'. mously adopted by the board. Freight on Fertilizer .. ..... 4.50) for eye, and the insignia of his re
't northeast quarter of section J>, town- an assitant teacher to finish the motion of Dr. Chace, $192,24 was' appropriated -
The board thereupon adjourned until sioo, a skull and crossbones. J-
.. ship 15, range 24, refused; northwest term, but was refused. to the board of health. "
; Tuesday morning. Everything was In yellow
$64.40() quarter of northwest quarter of section A request to know what the board Mr. Herman Benjamin petitioned to AWJtof
Tuesday Morning, Eight O'clock. I I jonquils being used around tfia'd:
: i I 10, township 15, range 24, refused would sell the' old school house at settle his taxes on the ice factory on

.i -. The board re-convened\ all members A. Brown & Bro. ....'. ..... .$ .9.00 ; southeast quarter of southwest Martel for, was 'bef re the board, butt I the basis of 10000. Referred to the ferent rooms and on the table JsJ'j,

1- being present. .... ..... 3.00 dining room where a buffet kjg
4: Dr. W. V. Newsom quarter, southwest quarter of southeast as the board could not put a value on I finance committee, as "'as also the petition .

; Mrs. McConn appeared before the Rhelnauer & Co. . ,... ... .. 6.60( was served. The centerpiece
quarter section. 10, township 15, it without first examining the same, of the Ocala House Wine Rooms <
beard with reference to reduction of .. .. .. I a big brass candelabrum witlf J:
Mclver & MacKay .. 2.50 range 24, refused; east three-quarters. it was referred to the trustees of the I for a reiuction: of taxes.

assessment and it appearing that the Cam ....... ..... .. 4 qull shades, surrounded by low
Martin & .. 54.50 of north one-half of northwest ,quar- Mantel school, district and they are t D, S. Woodrow asked to settle the pa'P

;_ -assessment was excessive, her requestfor Mrs. L. P. Olin ..... .... ... 12.60 ter, secti'on 21, township 15, range 24. authorized to sell the school house taxes oh the Jackson property with of jonquils, and at the corner of.

reduction of $120.00 was granted I I Dr. Kidd Co.". .. .. .... .. ... 5.00 I for 1905 'and 1904 refused; northwest and land to the best advantage. tity certificates. Referred to finance i table were single brass can

.i_ upon lots In sections 14. and 17, town. Tydings & Co., .... .. ,.. .. 8.80: quarter of northwest, quarter of sec i The chairman. and secretary were! committee. covered with the yellow shades

ship 13, range 20. For .. .',. .. 2.00 Partners for supp were draw:
. I pender seed. < tion 15, township 15, range 24, from authorized 'to give notice according to A communication was read from :Mr. "k
:Mr. H. C. Morrison appeared beforethe' .. matching tiny fans, cards and ta
$50.00 to $40.00. granted: southeast law, that an election will be held In' Dozier of the S. A. L. railroad, com .t'i!:
board and asked a reduction on \ painted that had been .torv
% $104.00 quarter .of southeast quarter, section : each special tax school.. district In the plaining that, draymen of the ice company -

account of excessive assessment 'upon I S $168.40By 9, township 15. range 24, from $150.00, county according to chapter 5303, law refused to respect the railroadflagman's r twain. In the "pig" drawing
--- : lots one and two and the north !one- .. Miss Alice Steele won the
- produce sold for cash 4.77
: to $100.00, granted; southeast quarter of Florida I
on Tuesday, April 3, 1906, signals with Mayor 1IcConathy's I
half of lot 3. The same being % I
I sunflower pincushion and Mr Ca.
; j of southeast quarter of section 10,' for the purpose of'electing three trus- letter stating that there was ,

I petty at or near where.. Mr.. Morrison Amount total net expenses .. .$163.63 townsnip 15,. range 24! from $50.00 to tes for each district and to fix the rate no. ordinance compelling dr.aymen to I I Latimer won the consolation, !
is living. :Mr. Morrison stated that =
bank. Atlanta JournalDr.
Mr. Sherouse'resented a petition $40.00. gr-dnted- of mileage to be 'levied and .collectedfor obey these signals. On motion of Mr.

, : his property was assessed higher than I signed by a number of citizens, asking Mr. Burford filed before the boarda the next ensuing two years. I Weathers the 'communication was ) Benson -formerly lived at. ,'
referred -
: his neighbors and he felt that the '
Weir and is well known in O'lf
to be granted the privilege .of
writtenprotest with reference
to the Inspectors of said. election were appointed i I to judiciary committee. Request 7
same excessive and _
was asked that
opening a public road from :Millwood road near Stanton, Marion county, (Their name. will appear next I of J. C. Williams 'superlnten- '-
.. theassessment be reduced back to the I Key Westers met'and resolved'
Station section line
along running
. Florida. week.). dent of the electric light plant, to pur-
- original assessment of $250.00; which '. the re-election of Hon. Jefferson j
west from the Millwood Station
on Mr. Christian Ax appeared before The secretary was instructed to pre- chase rubber gloves, was referred to I
1' request was. upon motion refused. I Brown as railroad eomm1ssiOflefnecessary ]
the Florida Southern ;
Mr.' Hammond railroad through the Board and asked for a reduction, pare and send out all necessary notices the light committee with power to act. ';
appeared before the sections 4, 5. 6, township 13. range 21, In'the assessment upon lands hereinafter I for the welfare of
to '. Correspondence
according laTh \\ was taken relative
up -
board and "
asked reduction of assess I along the said one-halt section line West. That's all right as far as |
described and
the to
upon recommendation tre :5urer'f engineer Blue
: : report was approved coming,_down to
'- on, the"southeast quarter and I goes; but Key West is only apart
running west from the said; station to of Commissioner Turner '
adjust matters
as as follows,: on engine of the electric -
the south one-half of northeast .
quarter the point intersecting the G. & G. Ry.. to the situation. of Florf<1 The board grantedthe light
of section 35. Balance from last report.. .. .$ 3.82 plant. and who was to pay
township 12, range'
: on the Gatrell with the I
request as made.> Received from interest his expenses. It was left to be '
comptroller, adjusted
19 -
east which has been raised bythe.board .I4.TI. ....IflO'fl fkf tin. ...,.I.. ff\m.. ... coM HIIA *
.0- -- .. -.'". '... ...." .a'.. Notary bond of H. T.' Hall. with J. by
:- from $360.00.to $6UO.OO. The on school..funds.. .. 1686.40Received I correspondence. .
: board granted the reduction back the impossible points, just as far as M. Meffert and B. P. Wilson was ap from .comptroller state A lot of bills were approved.

the original assessment of $360.00.Mr. to may be necessary to put road on safe proved. aid . ... .<.. . ... .. 905.25 .The reports of officers were referred For District Attorney-

; Keen of Dunnellon ground. The petition was thereupon Bonds to carry' firearms were approved Received from E. L. Carney, to the finance committee. I I
before the board and asked for Dun- granted with the proviso, that' the petitioner as follows: taxes of 1905 .. ,.. .... 2113.56 Unfinished business was then taken To the Democratic Vot rcZe F

open asid road and secure a M. B. Newburn, with R. H. Sanders which Included I I. .
:; nellon's part of the road tax for the Received, from E. L, Carney, up the Indefinite postponement I Judicial Circuit '

T .' years 1903 and 1904, amounting in the right of way without cost to the coun- and M. C. O'Bannon as surities; ,Wal- polls of 1905 ..... ... ... 363.00 of the Bell Telephone or I I I hereby announce myself' &ie'" :' ,

: ty. ter Douglas with.L. Home and Z. C. dlnance. I date for the office of Stat0 '
aggregate for the two years, to 169. Commissioners s I I for the Fifth Judicial Circuit _\
36; the said account being verified by and Pyles. Chambliss, surities; L. B. Wright, withA. Total receipts ... ..... ..$5072.03 On motion of Mr. Owen the old i i democratic primaries to be heldt
district number 1. filed the following R. Griffin and C. W. Linder suri method of buYin feed 15th, 1906.
i the Tax Collector as to its I Disbursed during month... .. 5066.55 for city stock
i .correctness. report, which was adopted and ordered : .. ,. EDWIN W.I PA.,
ties; Bond of F. L. Watson was continued.
with Lee
It was upon motion ordered Balance in treasury .. .. .. .$ 5.4STreasurer's :
that a i i tTLL-J -
I published by the board: Miller and Geo. R. McKean. surities City Attorney I .
for the Biggs requested :
: warrant be drawn for $169.36, in payment report specialdistricts more For County Judge-
: Marion County, Fla., 3, 3, 06. approved; M. Conway with T. E. Conway time to labor on the hack I}
were approved follows ordinance ] To
of the road tax due Dunnellon as : I, the Citizens of. Marion Coantrj:
' for the years 1903 and 1904. I Messrs. Pyles and Edwards, commissioners and C. Carmichael, surities. And Receipts DisTnired. Bal. which was granted.. I announce that I am a can "

.'t. Mr. C. J. McCraney appeared before in charge of hard road workon the following bonds filed and laid over Ocala ?..-.,.$ 458.48 169.77 $ 288.71 Insurance bills 'of G. S. Scott'and office for nomination of County and Judge.re-election, of J"U j

7: the board with a petition of Orange! avenue and Silver Springs until the next regular meeting of the McIntosh .-. '233.79 20.00 213.79 D. W. Davis on" city property were ordered -, ; County. subject to the Demo-, ,

than a hundred more. hard roads. Marion county Florida board in April viz: Ira Henry, Allen Belleview .. 70.26 21.68 248.58 paid. Primary to be held May 15th 19HJ
names the I i i As
requesting for the month of February 1906. I am engaged In the active
appointment of the said :McCraney as Roberts,.James W.% Roberts G., W. Fantville 25.09 10.00 15.09 Dr Chase, chairman of the finance ministration of the duties of the r

Fish and Game Warden, in and for The first week in February, everything Clark and W. C. Zimmerman. Dunnellon 40.99 40. 99 ter 'of amending ,the ordinance effectj j(; It will not be possible for me to ian >
Avorked on this end of Silver active or extended campaign.
;- :Marion county, Florida as required by ese Notary Bond of E. Ernest McLin Reddick .. 116.32"s. 116.32 ing city certificates, be referred to the I solicit the support of the &

Springs road. after which repair with S. A. Rawls and R. S. Hall, finance, committee, who j cratic Electors county.
: law., And it appearing to the board. as Pine Level 87.12 87.12 are to report II I of Marion
work commenced on same road with surities, back pledge to them an honest tall'
was an
,ki that said petition was in accordance approved. Mayville 39.90 39.90 ordinance to cover the matter |1 and upright administration of the 4
our team and one man for a while. 1L
with the requirements of the law it The pension clal mof Mrs. Mary Weirsdale 202.23 11.75 190.48 which ordinance 'was placed on second' treading } les Of. the office if it be their d
.\t the first of the I
2nd week, I, also that I
: was '..thereupon upon motion, ordered Priest widow of Gabriel Priest, was Citra . .. 217.25 15.00 202.25 and then on motion of' Dr. shall again serve them.
commenced the scraping of the Or- approved by the board. Chase, passed at Respectfully. _1
that : final r
this board recommend to the x GrinerFarm. 235.35 1.70 253.65Buck adingJ' All JOSEPH B --
ange avenue road. which
work on both The -
Governor of Florida the appointment' roads county treasurer filed his report Pond 61.13 39.07 22.06 present voting ,in favor of it. Ordinance ,
was continued the
of the
'Of the said McCraney as Game and showing receipts and disbursements Sparr' .. 37.41 9.35 28.06 was ordered posted.

Fish Warden in and for Marion county month amount, at expended the following on the expense Silver; : upon th. different funds, as follows Candler . 94.23 15.00 79.25' for:Mr. Sage reported two bids \2.'l 1aOILAS[ AND [ENGINES -.

,.; f' rhIathe said petition being Fellowship 63.50 5.00 38.SO erecting fence around oid'-cem I Iter '
Springs road for the "
month of February
.- upon file in this office. : County school, receipts. $5072.03: ; Electra ...' 28.63 28.63 ). ,* -JlM |t- AGENTS FOB -
11;'. Hagins representing the Bishop. Amt. disbursement, $5066.55; balance $5.- Blitchton '.. 132.06 77.50 64.56 Fire' committee asked, for more tIme"11 ERIE CITY WOR f
expended on Orange ave $S31. 8 IRON
T Hoyt Fruit Company and the Orange Amt of total expense for Feb292.17 48; county roads, receipts, $1458.79 Martel :i... 16.61 8.58' 8.03 ,in which to secure, plans;'nd -scjfi; f 1 .. .. ,

!? ake Fruit Company, appeared before Communication from Mr. D. disbursement, $1458.54; balance $ .25; Ft. King ... 22.28! 10.09 12.28 cations for. improvement. of fire he d.quarter's. '- "i.
: the board and requested a reduction Woodrow f county proper general fund receipts, Capulet ... 16.13 -'ll'.80 4.33 -ALSOI-I t
was received
;: 'on the assessment upon the 'proper- by the board, $874.33; disbursement, $874.22; balance Linadale .. 16.54. 11.69 4.85 Marshal Cleveland reported police ->
ties of the parties, named aforesaid. requesting on account of Improper $ .13; fine and forfeiture, receipts i CottonPlant 48.23"; 48.25 fines of last month., $413.20. :
assessm HEATERS
nt. After consideration $1319.98 (! ( AND PUMPS
On i
; disbursement, : motion of Dr.
; 'The board thereupon upon motion after by the board, H was the opinionof '88 $809.- OrangeLake 19.91 19.06 .91 t Chase the matter .
; balance of
consideration ordered a reduction the.board that ; special roads Oak Hill .. 53.00 .53 ,repairing city. 'majket was referred
:, of f50 .OO in the they had\no. jurisdiction receipts, $1 16.16; disbursement, $176.- to market committee : COMPLETE PLAr I
assessments upon lots in the matter and could not grant Moss Bluff 17.48 10.00 7.48 to'get plans ,and' STEAM

: 1. %. S, 4.' 5. 6. 7, In section 22 town. the relief prayed. I l 15; balance $ .01; building fund, balance Fairfield ... 86.68 86.68 specifications and. extent of cos. f .1

: ship 12. range 22, and also lots 1, 2, The application 'of W., [ on hand $1475.66. receipts, $704.-I Cottaze Hill 9.69 9.69 Mr. Qwen reported on- ,}_hhai. \,. .1.. I Write for Estimates and 1
T. --* vi*
::IL: 5, 6. section 21. township 12, range 22. ing a reduction the. assessment Kline ask.of t.S:2; disbursements 0, balance $2180.18. Levon ..... .;..,.01. 22.01 sanitary committee that no ground Lilt? I I Special CataloguesF.
Total j
:. The said reduction granted' being' the southwest quarter of lot 12, Kline's 743.08, balance total $10,905.34$2162.26. receipts. $g,- Pedro ...;. 15.98 15.98 'had, yet been purchased: to be used. for -' _I

V S $500.00.. upon each. of the said described subdivision of northeast quarter of $8209.19. disbursements, dumping. purposes., ,

properties. balance In treas !Y, $2696.15. Totals .. !70S.3S 526.95 The matter of extra insurance
northwest quarter, section 18, township .$ $ $2181.43 of the .
Tax .
. Mr. L. S. Light presented bill for 15, range %2, from $300.00 to $96.75. Poll collector taxes reported licenses "! :W. D. CARN, Improved electric. light plant was discussed. C CAMERONTHE[ 8 m
regular .
: dlglgng a ditch as per his contract for $40.00 for 1S96. was granted. $337.00Ex. Secretary. :

S $50.00 Mr. ight's bill was ordered The application of Mr. Watkins up- tras $26.00: ; total poll taxes, :363:00.The : ; :Correspondence was read about, pur I Charle..ton. S. C

: The following justices of the peace The Jacksonville Times-Union advises chase"of:. water works
paid. said contract :Mr. ight on property in section 15, township : and volt meters.
reported fines
no ,
r guarantees the ditch for three years. 13 range 21, and section 24. township imposed: C. R. Veal; the. rlver towns of'Florida to put Further 41me was granted to locate I

i' Mr. Light thereupon proposed to turf 12, range 19, was refused. I W Smith W. Jackson: Alex Wynne; EdgarS. up catfish canneries. Here it is again, light in thorj''v', Several were before G. HOFFMAN,

'. i ; M. H. Rou;. J. Y. Hicks; J.k cocking: out the inland cities. tl"; council requesting a light. 'I I Florida Representative Ocala. .

Council Phone 200. Savoy
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Mrs., Gary. Entertains. the School ., Close" of the School Convention.' I

.' : 0 V Teachers. -
: 0 ',r -' .. _- I After a few days' session In Ocala

Saturday afternoon Mr, <, William T.I Sunday
the School "Conference for SPECIAL

a delightful little "bO k"l NOTICE.1
Gary gave
Buckwheat the Sunday schools of Marion county ,

party for: the teachers .of the V Ocala
I II was brought to. a,close Friday night.

high sch oL. She also had her
as I. : -
held the 'Read'Th
I I' '' The meetings were, In Meth- s Caref' :
guests of V 'ly.In
some :nbera of the odist church and were profitable and .
Ocala reading club. .. .
Cakes proved, of Inestimable benefit to the '
Tea and wafers were served In the ,

large number who attended, them ,!answer to numerous inquiries I I desire to
reception hall from a tea sable whIch have it' known to my .
Dr. and Mrs. Hamill who are from desire state to friends and friends
my business and
was adorned with exquisite pink roses. I acquaintances that I have
Nashville, Tenn.. are exceptionally
Assisting Mrs. Gary was her sister- acquaintances throughout t the no connection with or .I terest in the -

in-law Mrs. E. T. 'Helvenston and fine ,Sunday school workers and south that I have no interest in. or Ludden & Bates outhern Music

made with Royal'tt Miss Mattie Williams. trainers of Sunday school teachers.! connection with.'the Ludden & Bates House, established by Wm. Ludden .

Tacked on the walls in the various 'They made many friends' 'In our city Southern Music House, which was established -, and myself in 18TO. Mr. Luddea and '

and their visitation to our city has by me and J. A. Bates about
rooms attractively myself and Jaspersen Smith
were gotten up pictures many
: .
: been a very pleasant one. They have .
Baking Powder suggesting .the titles of popular thirty-five years ago. I am now Inyears associated with us, are now interested '

planted seed that will spring Into terested largely and solely In the Lud
books and poems, which were to be, in the Ludde -Campbel-l V

guessed by the visitors. ,Each guest and bloom in the. various; Sunday den &.Smith. Music Company, and ,in V Smith *Co. of Jacksonville, Fla. So'

schools and their talks were of Interest .
was also given a slip of paper cop- the Ludden-Campbell-Smith Co., of far as \ am aware not a single indl- .

L .:- Are delicious and wholesome perfect taming the, name. of a book and was not only to the teachers and Jacksonville Fla., who continue the vidual who helped to make the Ludden. -

,It cold weather breakfast food. .' requested to draw 'a picture to 'represent scholors but to all the others as welL Same policies and business dealings & ,Bates name so well'known through- -

'Ji the said book. These pictures During their stay .In' Ocala Dr. and which built up for us the largest music out. the South is now connected with .
; Made in .
f the'morning no setdng" Hamili .
; yeast, no then* had to guessed also by the vis Mrs. were entertained by Mr. business. in the south. the samt. '.

V -: over night ; neve .sour, never cause, indigestion. and Mrs. Robert L. Anderson.V W1!. LUDDEN.: J. A. BATES. ;

itors.Miss The following was the last day'sprogram
I Turnley and Miss Harris divided .
: J! \ V in full: We reprint the above lettec in order to correct certain misleading Impressions .,
/ honors
the to the
L-% .' V To make a buckwheat cake, and ap guessing Conference of Workers: Subject- which 'are' being made amo ng our many friends and custom rs., '
greatest number of the books and in .
: Managing Little Children" We believe that most buyers wish 'to deal with. the people whose policies I-
thousand other d- shes the for the silverbook
a see cutting prize, a
....j......... Led a by 'Mrs. Ham!!!. and methods gave them the greatest t reputation ever, accorded any piano' Y
mark it was won by Miss Harris. ..
Baker and I1 ..
ti Royal 'JkMailed FRIDAY :NIGHT'S SESSION. dealers In the south. V .
: Cake and orange ICe', served in the '
fj 'free- to address.V 6:00: Special Social Hour. All who wjsh to deal with Lud den, J. A. Bates -A. B. Campbell Jas- V : 4
>: ;any orange hulls was enjoyed after the .
aV 1:00 Round Table-"How Make persen Smith, remember they are associated only inLuddenCampbelixSmith .
guessing. ,
I. ItOYAI BAKING POW ( V the Sunday School Go.' '
f.t, Mrs. Gary's' guests were Mr. J. H. V a
_' a. By'having a Home Department
j} V Workman Mr. Emmett owden, Miss :
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V I V b.> By having a Cradle Rollc. :
'SARAv: ELIZABETH HARRIS, Georgia Borger Miss Sarah McCreery,
i ,ohnson
returned to her I
'.., o' /Hous
By having a -tohouse '
-V:V Local Editor. home rove Park Monday after .:I Miss Ma'rgaret/Taylor,, Miss Hattie: ,Visitation. V I FI4HOS. OFBANSMUSIOAt l HEBCHJNiHSE. I
Dye Miss Ettle Carn. Miss May Turn- .
spending, a short while In Ocala with V
Mrs: d. ,By having Rally Day and '1'es Bay St. Phone .
I her sIster Mrs. T. D. Bryan. ley Miss ,LlllaBrumby, N. M. V V Jacksonville
.IuuNos; ABOUT TOWN. Allred, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston, Miss Day. 'Ia V ) VV
By .
e. having Study Circle and
'- ,
Mattie Williams and Miss Sara Har
'Mr Karl Harter .of Sparr. expectsto V
kr.Jenaa J. Fort. of Crystal River Teacher's Meeting. -
make 'his home in Ocala'. He will ris. f
....1.5.& visitor to Qcala ,Saturday ;..... .. .. ..> Led by Mrs Hamill. Meeting of 'the Old Veterans.The V '
I Appointed Comonitteeman. .
'':' engage in the business of cutting and '
.,. Whiddon. 7:30 Song Servlc'e of Old, Hymns. V
V Kennedy- -
., l>r..an ,-, ;: _A regular monthly meting of the At the meeting of the Ocala democratlc --' "-'

:t"f Bellevlew'" were'ln* Ocala Friday. and Another party of prominent Atlanta The first Catholic marriage ceremony Concluded. Confederate Veterans, Marion Camp precinct the court house Sat

ifrSaturday V ever performed In Roanoke was 8:00"BIble Study-"The Parables of V 0' urday afternoon. 4
City clerk
V people passed through Ocala Saturdayon No. 59,. was held at 11 o'clock in the John M.
"'>Ii,. ,_..:-0 .V witnessed at the Commercial hotel Chris ."; .. .... ...... ... ..D r. Hamill. Graham was unanimously elected' V
their fr6m.
home Hornosassa
V way council
8:30 The Child In.the School .. chambers. Those present were'the (
Tuesday afternoon, February the committeeman for this .
?'Mri. T,, E.,, Bridges has gone to where they have been enjoying the precinct .
twenty-seventh, at 1 o'clock.Ir.. ... -. .. .... ... .. ..Mrs. Hamill. following: MaJ. G. M. Hubbard V '
;}l enti Florida to spend a short while fishing at that famous resort. -
.. V V William Parker Kennedy, was the Christ" .... .. .. .._. .. .Dr. Hamill commander; Capt E.' T. Williams!; The famous Buster Brown. Blue J
, with eaUves.r -- 'I _
.' S* I I ,Mr. E. P. Pittman with his hand organ groom and_Miss Mamie Whiddon the 9:30 Adjournment adjutant;' and comrades J. M. Martin Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls lit
J Jt 9:00 Next Sunday's Lesson Taught Fair
Ute V
M. Davis and family, of ,JuDette.have I and'monkeymade a fi big hit at bride Rev. Father Doyle. a Catholic W. L. ,Ditto. L. M, Graham W. Kirk-' I Store. .x ..

the Beaver minstrels. Cecil Lohrlg priescwas' the officiating minister, patrick Alexander McQuaig *W. F. --
to Gainesville' to i ,. The New Court House.
gone A force of hands
Ola" are now work
furnished the at
and Miss Andrews ,
1.. impersonated the monkey most cleverly -. Cothran R. A. Kelsey, !. D. Bassett -

;'wka'that city' their ,home. I the audience- almost believing music for the occasion. V- V ; and' Frank Harris. clearing up the site for the\ location --

I All .the members of the board of of the hardwood mill plant of '
The hallway of the hotel was prettily Hoops
that he was the "real thing." .. The adjutant read several general a i
Julian Robinson,. son Jf. Mr. M. R I It iRobl decorated. At the end of the hail county commissioners!> and Messrs. R. orders issuing from headquarters at'' Brothers & Darlington. We are Informed '-

son Is up from Tampa and ex- was an'arch under which the ceremonywas L. Anderson, and Richard McGonathy that four carloads of materialare
Dr. and Mrs. ,IL M. Hamill of Nash- .ew Orleans and local headquarters
j few'friends of-Ocala John T. Lewis of Moss now en route to
t-)ecta to remain In Ocala.' vilfe, after spending. a week in Ocala performed.- -'A and at Jacksonville. BrooksvillefWhlahwill V
Bluff, James B. Borland of Citra, andL. __ be 'placed In its
i _, _. iJf'Miss.Belle I left Saturday for CItra to spend Sunday Invited ,guests witnessed the cere One from Jacksonville announcing. proper positionat
1 ,' j V S. Light! of, Reddick m mbers.of once. in' 'Timey '
, ; Mole has returned to.her withIrs.. Emma White, who alsohas mony. V the election, of Comrade John C. De- jBrooksville cor. .
I the Citizens Committee, In I
were. session Union.
'fcoaie a{ Apdpka after a' visit In Ocala as, her guests, Bfshcjp and Mrs. The 'bride wore a beautiful gray "all' ..day Investigating the : vant '9f Brobksville,. to the office of I V V
'With her Bister.Mrs.! J. H. Spencer. E. E. ,Hoss, of .the Methodist Episcopal tailor suit with long gray ,gloves and : brigadier general ,of this division and -' -
jpiL plans and specifications for the new Party for Miss heunauer.Mr. .
Hat with shadesof
: V -' chruch. south.V gray trimmed pastel I one from New Orleans announcing .

: 'P'U8h. progress and activity Flor- blue. She carried a bouquet. of vio Court house wblch were submitted by that the annual meeting of the United

l[ -IV IVleading all.the. sou'thern states1Florlda We note with pleasure that the lets. She V Is the daughter of a well Mr. Walter'hamberlaln, of Birmingham Confederate Veterans to be held in and Mrs. G. S. Scott have Issued ,

I is leading a.llJhe balaicetVVthe farms In this county are developingInto known, contractor on the A. &. B. railroad Alabama architect -who was that city and May nest and the latter invitations to a large card party
'.."l. here present to give' 'l Information and'ex- which they will give on" the evening of .
;' : states in the Union. a higher stage of cultivation. The and during her stay was spoke in high terms of the beautiful I I
circle of plain any point not 'understood :by the Friday March the ninth at their
; her
; farl1ers'have certainly Improved drawn about quite a and potriotlc
-' young quaint city. It is anticipated

[HrG.X Blunt a prominent young V upon the old fogy .methods .of their friends. by her bright friendly dispo- commissioners and the committee.. that this meeting, which is I r beautiful Fort King avenue home in
-T t The. dimensions, of the new building compliment to Miss Gertrude -
civil and mining Rheln.
fcgeotleman of Okahumpka, was In fathers. and the more modern way of slUo]}. The groom Is a the sixteenth annual reunion of the I
engineer located at Birmingham.Mr. are 82x105 feet; heighth/lOS feet. auer and Miss Mary Davenport.:
Earth to -
Saturday and purchased a fine farming, is causingMother ,Confederate Veterans. will be the largest .- -
the It will be built of pressed brick with Miss liheinaucr, whose .home ia In ,'
left on
of mules, from the MarIn Farms produce her largest and best crops.. and Mrs. Kennedy and most memorable In its his- ..
train for a bridal tour to stone, and marble trimmings .It will Netf York city, Is the guest of her '
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vtry stable. ; ; tory.

V \ ._- The people of Oc la should insist New Orleans.-Roanoke Ala., ,cor. in t have a handsome cupola and clock. uncle, and auntMr, ., and..Mrs.. Charles
Mills Louise Nixon after a week's that the representatives in the next Atlanta Journal. and will be very nearly .fire proof.. Messrs. G. A. and S. ;Q' Pettaway,, Rheinauer, and :Mws Davenport,' of

I'.i la Ocala with her aunts, Mrs. W. legislature, use their efforts, to have MissVliiddon Is the daughter of The commissioners and the c mil1ltfee returned from -Atlanta 'b,.. where Chattanooga. Tennessee, is visiting '

The voters of Mrs. E. B. Whiddon former are.: Immensely pleased with the Mrs. Charles: V. Miller! for -a. few :
t !uI.and Mrs. G. L. Taylor return her charter changed. Mr. and they were called to tt bedside of .
have the right to residents of this. city. Mr. Whiddon plans and say that Marion ,county will weeks. ; ,
$to Aer home In Gainesville Satur-' this city should their brother, Mr. ZV.. Pettaway

-,r. afternoon.-. : name'the city marshal the city clerk at one time being the proprietor of have one of the most imposing court whose death occurred In that city several -- ; 1

.- \ the city road overseer; the sanitary he Ocala House..' Miss Whiddon 1;: houses of any county in Florida., days ago. Mr. Pettaway was,buried The, famous, ,BusterS 'Brown' BIu<* .

.}.f V d Carmichael returned home inspector and all pther- city o clals. the Sister, of Mrs. B. F. Hampton of The specifications cover fift -se\"en atAdet, .. Georgia. His parents Ribbon Shoes for boys'and girl V 4t
-' of typewritten legal cap V the .Fair Store. V r
IWarday, from a short visit'to friends This Is the .democratic)' and no Gainesville.Was pages paper. from North' Carolina all his brothers -

P.s.JacksonvUle.. ,should be tolerated. and the minutest detail Is, noted. __ 3 _Hu_ ____L.__ _'" L'_ ,"__Un -S
Mrs., Carmichael other way anu oiner memoers 01 jus lamny; ai-
'" Slugged in the Streets of Chicago. Bids will be adv rtise\1- for immediately '
t 1Jy -- V 1
the way of Silver Springs'and tended, his funeraL '
who have and the.contract for its construction ,V 111
e.Ocklaw, ha river. Those of our -readers Kimball "
and friends in foreign coun- Mr. Raymond Robbins, a former citizen will be let on the "6th day of
t V _. ..", relatives / Mr. .Victor Martinot, -who iriade his
t tries,' and most of us have, XW be of Ocala and who owns a beautiful April ,and in ten months from that V V
Mrs. C. C. Carroll and first appearance as a burnt
,. pleased to know that a reclassification winter home: near ,Brooksville, date it Is estImated, that the buildingwill OrgansDirect a '
)Hss, Mary Edna Carroll, returned cork artist at- the Beaver min
"'''' '' ,, '" -ot mall to foreign countries has .was recently slugged on one of. the be completed.' J'V-
., Friday. .' afternoon from, Starke V strels on. Friday night. covered himself -

->lr: Carroll had been conducting been established whereby articles may principal thoroughfares In Chicago. with glory on that occasion.' His ., from FacWIJOLALE -,

._ta.t. meeting for ten days. be sent to these countries at the rate where Jie makes his home in the sum- Rev. William Shaof Atlanta jokes and singing were excellent his tory at V V
the Christian
: fie'ld'secretary .forV
of' twelve cents per pound. The original sOng, the "Beaver Club"
mer.The church, preached an excellent :sermon: [1cN'1kF PRICES V. V
; Tribune'says that it I
rSVLLummus; ha gone to JJIwherehe weight of the package must not exceed Chicago making quite a hiL In his specialty On monthly
the value fifty was first 'thought that ,theassault, .onMr. at the Christian church Sunday 'morn 'I7.fi. pay-
four pounds or I i
his future. d
.. will make with. Mr Moore he was all.to the good I meets :
,It has formerly cost $1.60 to Robbjns was. for purposes of robbery ing. Mr. Shaw has been connectedwith Yth1ytr'V
He will be joined later by his dollars. and as the negro preacher in. the :t.2.50 '
: which but it afterwards believed to the Sunday school work_ for SSquartttJ1 V
aad baby. Mr. R, N. bosh has mail a four-poundpackage, we was grand finale he was bard to beat. y IItwlt '
cents. for''political motives. Mr. Rob- many years and has been hereon
now send for forty-eight be ,
ed. ifr. Lummus as linotype can --
V --- bins is Chairman of the Aldermanic several occasions and renewed many You can now buy the famous Kim. ,
X.for the Star V the Mrs. Annie Bond Hopkins, who ball Organs. or the reliable Great ,
:t -V V There ar, just a few who have per- Nominations Committee of. the General pleasant acquaintances here. In' spent a few days in Ocala with Mrs. Western Organs direct from the makers

V iiaIIrQad commission of Florida mitted their subscriptions to l.lg' Behind. Municipal \Tncrnhll1.Q. \ evening: Rgy, C. E. Powell of Lexington Faaaia R. Gary returned to Jlr lwm at wholesale factory prices. We
Ky filled the pulpit at the Shrist- will send them tor reliable neople) anywhere '
V tlI; busy. It is in search of a Don't do it. You"will die one. which is working with Mayor Dunneto at. Orange Lake Monday afternoon.Mrs. in the United States to be paid, .. a -

Wbicb was shipped from' Ocala of these fine days and your family sift municipal. pwnershlp candidates Ian church V Hopkins 'has been making her for on extremely easy paymentplap ,

-- $2.50 monthly and upwards. . .V
City last October. This will want a, column, obituary uishedfree. for that election. home .at August Ga.. for several Operating the largest musical Instrument -
\ tub to and then your daughter is soon The Tribune's account of the attack Messrs. Edd L. Wartm nn and H.. G.; factory in the world
us like throwing a years but, her host of Marion county employing ,
V: be married and you will expect your I on Mr Robblns is as follows: Dunn prominent citizens of Citra. the largest capital buying raw :
Iilale. aHanptonof to friends, will be delighted to know that material in the largest quantities for* ,
a callers at this office Monday. Mr.
her Alice "The slugging of .Mr. Raymond Rob- were ,
__ to give an .
homepaper KimbaU'System of
T she. has. returned to .her Florida home nianu-
wCatherine Gaines, Roosevelt write-up and all free., It bins, may well exasperate the commu Wartmann engaged very large in for go d. facturing and distributing free V

.. Is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. always pays to be. prompt in paying' nity.; He had hardly left his.door after planting lettuce this year and said he .. .--- tively through saves our purchasers 200 supply$20 stations to J50, pos-or ,-'

: rom at the Rectory on Ockla- your, subscription to the Jocal paper. lunch to go down town when two expels to ship a solid car load Saturday Miss! Lillian Frost. who has been first class organs. ;

-- staqding aside to let him pass Its an ill wind'that blows If you haven't any organ you wan V
.avenue. Miss Hampton stopped men spending ,the past month in New York one. and you want an good one; ,a V
y Ocala on her way home from The 0. K. Grocery offers a prize of 'between them, attacked him from the' nobody good and the Inundations City purchasing a very elegant line of mere prety case with" no music in it -

'\ broughtto and finally left him lying stuaned the' lettuce field In south Florida has won't do. Secure at once the old
t largest pumpkin rear,
to for the '
,Cuba $10 goods for the. H. B': Masters dry goods Reliable Kimball
Organ at
prices and
the lettuce In this section of the -
It is the sidewalk. He would made
the coming season. an Doubtless
their department of which she is the head very convenient terms.

fortunate 15TV : boy'or girl a good scheme .and more such prizes have fared still worse had not a group state brjng fancy pri e$. Five dollars clerk, has returned home and the new' Send today for our money saving

V who of children frightened the assailants per, crate is now nothing unusual for plan and free catalogue. ,
-g man or the young lady:!: should be offered to growers vegetables of playing J V goods are arriving dally. Under no circumstances can you afford

,.1y:in- the opportunity toattend as Jt 'en urages', them and away. A third man; acting as lettuce. r to buy or consider any other or- V

,.>t_Tn 'our little city. Its educa- Is.:not a bad advertisement for the enterprising an accomplice seems. to have been GivesHealth, Vigor and Tone' gan proposition.until you have our ,money saving. V ,. V

V",advantages surpass any town of business man-Gainesville watching close by." Mr. L. J. Malloy, who has been with Herbine Is a boon, to sufferers from The most inexperienced buyers can -

Ocala & Machine' Works, aneamla. By its use the blood is est
*** In the state.V Sun. V'V V -- the Foundry trader or as thoukh you were here
quickly regenerated and the color becomes -
In have ourassurance'thateach '
& ---' Superintendent of public instruction for some time has gone, to Cord le. normal. The droooping person,'you '
organ be selected by an expert
: K'HcCranle.. a prominent, cita1gy Mr. Marcus Frank senior member W. D'. Carn, Is'-home from Louls"ville Ga., to accept a similar position. strength is, revived. The languor is V
diminished. Health vigor and tone
V_ A fine stool and
..'! ; was among the visitors of the firm of Frank & Harris 'pro- where he attended the national -- predominate.' New life and happy with each organ. music. book -free. '
..:.etty Saturday, Mr. '.McCraniepjtttlon I I prietors" of the Variety. 'Store; left 'meeting of the educators, as has alloMr. 'Mr. Carter H, Dame, and family are activity results. Mrs. Belle *H. Shriel Write today for free catalogue.LuddenCampbellSmi '
"' Mlddlesborough IL writes. 'I have
New where begoes J. S.. Grantham of Sparr who Tat- moving into the house with, Mrs. ,
signed, by alarge Dum-'j I Monday for. York City, ; been troubled with liver complaintand -

f...Ith'sons. requesting him to run >to spend a fortnight in buying tended the convention with Mr. Cam. Dame's mother Mrs. Stone on Lime poor blood and have found noth-' Co.'

." ..:bffice of county. game warV .. I J'I the spring'anti summer goods for his They also visited the Mammoth- Cave street Mr. Dame- V expects V to V rent- his" have ing to wished benefit'that me I had like known Heroine Jt. in I ,

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4 down to the '" rock and smash me ]p." ; 0'.00
I $ -i
the water It Three minutes seemed three hours. ,

: ; Lost Twice-A Girl intended to. the negro worked himself down V

-Jki: '. waited bluff, and we could hear him I ; FOR fl

: Finally, the to himself. The dog still :

trotted around above and barked vigorously. '
I .
ing here 'and 'SuddenlY there was quiet below. APUMPKINWe I

more shaking the hound ceased yelping and

V V: An Intensely Thrilling and Interesting ter what over, peeping Into the semi-

people, he i Then we heard a faint had a pumpkin in our store last year that weighed poundjjj '

stooped down waiL "Here she is," ,
1:1: Story tracks. Manse, and then bedlam turned I could have sold i it twenty times. This year we want to see naif

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I "See heah. yo' I of them and will give
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V ter take : Such yells, such screams 01 joy- sucn ; .
,The most desolate feeling on earth 'scene was one. I will never forget V. TEN DOLLARS IN GOLD. V'
:- ?" I have |
ness we thanks to God nev-
'to realize that beT Finally one leader in church
to a human being is man a
dog stood still I heard before. j To the

:Tft w?i is lost. So long as a hunter.in some matters, said; nose on the I In a few moments :Manse came' toll "FARMER OF MARION COUNTY"V _, V V

-i? ; dense forest fancies he has his bear-. "I know that there is not a man, ed a few steps ]I up the bluff carrying a little white 'I'I'I j

v him woman or child in this community today trotted down to in his brawny arms, and we Who raises the largest one. jf
he is all right but once
F ings,
I' who in their hearts have not asked came back to I'I that Nellie Hollings was found
'> : lost his land Pumpkins are used every day en the table-we sell them f
r:t'o. ': discover that he has God to help them discover the lost stood still i was allvev. canned *|

a3.V V marks, he at once collapses into a child. However, I now propose that circle and i a SIt not sell them* from the, garden?-They, are fine feed fop stock. |
> : :
L-V! ffV of frenzied despair and never we all kneel down on the ground and stream, 1,'I before the little maiden
state j
-. was days Let "Marion County" .take the upump in prize" at the Tampa Fait, |j
the renew our petitions to the Ruler of carefully recovered from her terrible
: to tearing'! In precisely
.. go .Dearth and sky. Christ spent his life Then he went !! and fright and was again seen yau want ,to enter the contest please send your name and address. W'

_.ff.$. t V V wrong direction.-' on earth in searching for the lost ther up where L i the streets. The' Incident made a will furnish seed to those wanting them. -\
':... Whenever. word reaches a man that and died in his .
efforts to redeem a scant person
i Impression upon every
some 'human being is missing from his them." to a little clump I lived In the community. Years > Yours, :

accustomed haunts,' and is probably j In a moment the great crowd of men he placed his by, and the little village pet had

lost. no effort will be spared to hunt and boys sank down upon their knees I' for a moment into one of the most beautiful, ti | I THE O K GROCERY

; and the good man led them in prayer. could hear the girls I ever ,
and accomplished
until the wanderer Is. found and returned '

"'; to his friends. ment and looked |i In the little village her name j Next door to M elver & MacKay. Clark Bros, ;roII .,

:V I am going to write a true'story, not I IV [ "Oh, God" he cried, "Thou knowest then pointing one to conjure with. Everybody j -' -..---

c V from. hearsay, but from personalknowledge our earnest desire, and we implore straight up at her and everybody loved her. j jt V V V iV_ -

; V' Thee to grant It. Our little one is little,town I .'
to one long, About this time I left the
: concerning a girl who was I *
lost twice. Ii | I lost-a tiny lamb has strayed from "Den you !, quest of Fortune-that fickle god- delirious, and I left telling the doctor them coming hear tfw 80u:4'}VV

V SV I" the fold-a little sparrow has fallen claimed old j who rides in an automobile and to phone me when he thought my voices calling me-thank
: ?r-Thou, 0 God only knowest where. I foller way back on foot I had locat- I would be of benefit "
$ Many. many years ago before time I I men pursue presence found at last, and she fell asleep j
Lead us, 0 Lord in the right direc- | for Bose Ise Turmoil of busi <
.had put the frosting on the writer's t in a distant city. Several days later I was summoned, ver.

.. "" : bead, :I lived in a little village noted I tion. Guide us along the proper path.I .- ah of dat little' added to the distance, prevent- and on entering the hospital, the doctor ,I

V, for Its piety, temperance, social and I I In Thy great mercy help' us in some and what she is. me from seldom hearing from the said: '"The young woman is conscious Had Christ met Nellie HoBIjjj!..-'.-

manner to foUow the foofsteps of the It is simply town. Once I had seen a friend and wants to She is
: ,, .moral culture. The citizens were exemplary see you. after she had grievously S1nII4'
V ,\ ,I little wanderer, and, 0 God, In Je the excitement the little village, vho, among weak but talk to her :;
t .' people, and lived more like very you can would have said, "Neither do.f

r one, large happy: family than a community I I sus' name, let us find her alive." 'behind. No one things, said that Nellie Hol- as' long as she desires and is able, demn thee. Go and sin no "

"'.T, of '1000 souls. I I I am sure there was not" a dry eye could hear each who was about twenty years of for it can not harm her. She will Many of His alleged followervj.

On Sunday morning the big bells ,I among all that large number of people was the mental was engaged to be married to a not live twenty-four hours." professed to emulate His exaopkl

and even strong men sobbed gave .another man who had come to that town *
: rang out their solemn peal,.calling the not wait until the young girl had

: people to church and for a couple of aloud. At the conclusion of the up the river, years" after my departure. He These stars denote that I have skip- ned to condemn her. but with' -

hours the.. homes were left unlocked prayer, and just at the moment when the stream was V the son (jf some wealthy man in ped about that many pages in this ,'foul, malicious! ? gossiping to ; .

: "and practically deserted. while the some definite plan of search was being and I will never old Eastern town or other, was story. *? There is" some of it ,I -could I reeking with the venom of deyiJ'j ]

population wa< offering its devotion to discussed, the tramp of horses' ached and college law graduate, very aristo- not write even now for weeping. SoI 1 transformed a sweet and most lou' ,,

feet was heard, and four horsemen approached the and had carrieed off Nellie's it .,
leave out I girl into a miserable wreck cfnooa.
_ V- God.Among the numerous children of joined the crowd. Three were white feared the trail by storm. In my heart I cer- I Briefly speaking the story that Nellie _. If in-i,

V V that quiet little village was a girl NellIe _- men, and one a negro. The negro The track was envied the fortunate young man told me was the old, old one. I sat *' I. ; .

_ t r Hol1 gs, six years of age. Of was leading by a rope .an old, poor. half a mile. also wished all good fortune to my I two hours by the clean, white bed and Who 'are the people to blame fcrs, }

course that was not her name, but long-eared hound.Explanations to the river little girl friend. held her little wasted hands. Her unfortunate wreck of Nellie Roll!' 1

; names cut no ice in the stories of life. quickly followed. Late ruptly away. more years had passed, and cheeks were sunken, but red as crimson Any lawyer will tell you that ftej' t

'. wls well in the evening one young man hear- open valley and day I received a note by messen- with the heat of fever. I
I remember her welL She a How who aids, and assefitgf j
ing of the lost child had galloped ..
Here it was
formed, sprightly little creature, \yith a which read as follows: helpless and pitiable she looked. I murder I
:; as guilty as the oat'r;
V great big brown eyes that always twelve miles to the negro's house, cedars, and it come to see me. I am In did not want to have her repeat her does the killing. Every living t'r.!

", seemed to be looking clear through knowing that he had a dog that was a man could distress. No. 121 street troubles, but she would not 'cease talk- being that repeated that senseieiimalicious C

_ I.you. Her hair fell. in tumultous showers claimed to have been trained for following every heart No. 14. (Signed) 'Nellie Hol Ing. Even then, while voluntarily tellIng slander against JfeSe"i-f! C
the trail of a human being. The
of crinkled gold over her shoulders trail left the r \ ." me' of her past life, her eyelids lings assisted in 1i'I b
negro "was-confident that he could find murdering
and her skin looked like a gobletof searcher gained 'I would fall and her fever-heated : F
.' the baby provided he could be shown the rivet the they slipped into her bedroom stand fe
milk lit up by a streak of red sunshine was a giant firecracker exploded un cheeks grow still a deeper crimson 11
V the right track, and, while, on their if the plunged a dagger into
_ V In my boyish imagination I child had my feet, I would not have re- with shame. it would have been e
way back, they were joined by two
thought her mouth the most: perfect brake there a greater surprise. What was "
: ed to the fate to
other all to be they hel
_ men, eager of some aid I her alive, as !
V blof dainty perfection ever turned In discovering the whereabouts of the mals likely to matter? How did she get"to that She- had been engaged' be married ed that helpless and

out ,of Nature's workshop. To be honest lost child. I ? If she was still "Nellie Holl- and committed- __ some- ,n_ _stHv____., _indis____: Beware, you tattlers and 1t

-and, God knows everybody is I gon., .. she had not been married then, cretion, which was rumored around who
I pay} ping pong with the .
sometimes thought Nellie Hollings had been reported. the town. It. was nothing criminal a.F
k ters of and You 1
; women.
.: .men
At a matter of fact ,the dog did not The baying of
the most perfect: little scrap of angelic y&a weather was cold. The streets nothing to be" condemned for-yet it to church, Sunday sing w1i:(
_ Impress me as" being able to" do the frequent but, as .
humanity on earth.: covered with sleet but donned. passed from mouth to mouth' until it choir loud a.si
pray as
work. He was a most disreputable, low, we -:..
She was six years old-I was twen- hoes and a warm overcoat, and assumer gigantic proportions. From bell itaj
hungry, surly looking old beast, arid hand. Through and as long as a stake rop.\
man a carriage, told the driver the" her I "
ty. Every woman and child story am even now satisfied the i
still be
of the most
looked like he was intended by natureto. thickets-across one anhellians T(
V in the village knew her, and they all He looked at me very quizzi- report was started by the scoundrelto -
hunt hen's nests or lie around the down steep unhung. You can aotj_ in
: V- idolized the merry 'laughing little but mounted the box: and off we- whom she was engaged. There are
God in is
back door of a beef: market. However, banks went the | public and take a layoff ; Ct
V beauty. If a day passed and Nellie lIe drove some two miles or I many such cases that are never
Vr nb harm could come from a trial, so steps uttering reported ,vate to work for the devil I*!
was not seen on the village street left the better portion of the j in the papers. .
V S the men dismounted, and, as people sounded to our got to do right talk right, think
alone. or in company with some member ,- entered what was known to be a Soon her dearest friends passed her and h&S" tb
had been tramping all over the ground Aeolian harps. keep right or you
V', of the famllyt everybody felt like, disreputable district and at last without speaking. To a high-strung,
} Ui- Si
and the wrong trail might be taken, We had as show for heaven as
gone in front of a two-story house nervous
something was wrong., temperament like hers this
\, it was proposed to carry the dog downto seemed incredible man has to be president of ft fc
: looked more like a livery stable I was like thrusting a dagger into her
the river some three hundred yards old child could and that's allowingyou a big 2L at

: I will never forget the shock of terror away and start hiin; on the footprints unaided a dwelling. vitals. First she wondered then she J fea
V across
I l'felt one bright spring morning dismounted from the carriage, told wept then she desperate.
grew Men
that were supposed to have been made each person'began I believe in right in faIrn ye
; when a man rushed into the store in driver to wait for me, and he said and women, the acquaintances of her
by the little wanderer had gotten on justice. Christ de lared He W! wi
; : which I was employed and exclaimed would be at a small saloon just childhood accepted the slanderous
V 'Now all of you bem'en 'cep'n one, was following the rumors save a repentant sinner an41.Se.
"Little Nellie the street. The door was ans-
Hollings is lost in the as truth and her
who knows gave no more willing to take hs word. Tbe' Pt
what de. track is, stay way searching parties ,
woods. She went out with some older by a big, fat slouchy woman, chance for mercy or vindication
back, and don't say ah word," said oldMa.nse ing the woods all than I believe that whea the spirit of! ha
4 children in search of silently conducted me to "room does
berries and got a..wolf give the
suckling lamb
the negro "an if dats de right After passing lie Hollings comes before the J nuWl
lost. They have searched for her for 11, and told me to open the door- which he has stolen from
the flock.
: an' de propah track, if Bose don't et of bushes and of all mankind, a gentle TOiIe.
: hours, and have found her' tracks in go 'in. The room was poorly So far she was not lost still her for-
_ U._ _..... ____ .L 'u .. cover dat chile, Ise gwlneter kill tering a little I but in one corner low say, "Come into life eternal t i
,me muu near, me river, ana Deueve was a I j mer friends were either maliciomdv____ _n,.. have
: I 'Im. dat's all. Now dis ain'.t no coon Manse un n suffered and understand."j
she has fallen in and has been drown- standing and I saw that same human be- { ignorantly driving her into the
." ed." hunt gem'en, and if he opens on de The dog was at occupied it. There was. no fire and forests."I brakes S. Bonner in K. Lamity's Barff, plf

iV trail, you all jes' keep youh moufs shut "Does any of yo' Austin, Texas.: da
V The package I_ was wrapping fell room, only two old rickety have walked
the streets of dn
and let Bose do all de talkin. Comeon kinder close --
from my hand. The customer did noteven and a small cheap board table. that little village"
V f Bose-heah's er big biscuit fo' you' ed, "kase 1 found she said, "as in; ,. The March Delineator tal
notice it. but started hurriedly over to the bed, and as I did nocent as when I '
_ now, an' if'yeu find dat aby, yo'll git de bushes said my prayers at wa
; for the door. The proprietor of the woman raised up and exclaimed, mother's knee.
: V er. whole pan full of 'em when yo gits little Nellie's would pass a crowdof In the March number the Deflfl' hot
store dropped his pen grabbed his thank God,, you are here. I was my former '
home." friends, men and women, has fallen under the spell of ros' bet
V V coat, yelled to me "Close up the store," was forward, you would not come," and with and they did not et
seem to
V Bose took the biscuit quickly, there- fragment of cloth I was which the forthcoming marriage the
and hastened \ hair and streaming '
out. I followed as eyes alive. Oh how
V was only one spasmodic gulp and it piece of Nellie's my heart did ache. Oh. president's daughter has evoked act
wreck pretty Nellie
quickly Hollings
: as possible and soon joined how often I wished that '
; 'V was gone. in the crowd 'my friends presents as its leading feature ai lou
a crowd of gave before me. She grasped hands
: men, women and my had neved
even hunted
One man was selected to point out '"Hold dar for me when I was tide on "The brides of the !! Bo;
children, who were hurrying the on like a child, and seemed< almost lost in the
V up the track, and they ,went forward, the you gem'en to let Into ; mountains. About this time House" illustrated with a b Ian
bank of the river. I remember that I convulsions. mother died.
crowd foUl wing quietly some distance talkin. My father had died I I portrait of Miss Roosevelt neiet ing
Dis ain't '
: did not even lock the storehouse door. I am lost again, she wailed; three
years before. of
i n. the rear. There was an open you'll flusticate de My brother bold fore published. The fiction
No man would steal anything in that I you are the only friend that has and loyal ),
town when Nellie Hollings space from the river, reaching back hollerin. Jest wait tried: to find me." tried to put an' end to the i number includes: a short story bY J
V to be dead or In danger.was The- [ about fifty yards, and here the crowd den ;you can :yell describe her looks. The matters babbling tongues, yet this only made Stewart Cutting, a clever study -a tel'Per>
halted and watched worse. Then it child Woo* \
.. V whole the two men as again started the mass of golden curls was that the lifa by Virginia ,
turned out that reach- '
..en masse man whom. I ,
loved better of -
V they approached the, water's edge it took her waist than I did Cloud. and the continuation
.to search for was her
and It possible, only natural life Ista
rescue ,
where the had persuaded me to }Lf.
footprints, been found. very vicious Her leave the President ,of Quex. Helen
tIlt little village pet. big brown eyes look- town, at
meet him
S S *_ I The moon was shining brightly, and keep the dog in those. of a hunted animal. Her would at another place we low's interesting club story. !I dur

g I All the I every object nearby was plainly visible. getting warm, and form had given marry, and leave forever the Allen, the popular young actres*'
remainder of that da"y the place to a troubles
behindI $
'V woods Not a sound came from the anxious ciously every skeleton. Her went. He met recently married a Southern n nPeC
were scoured and once lovely me and
diligently crowd at the edge of the woods. : We We soon was parched by one pretext or another the aire, writes of Shakegpelnffrom &** !
: searched and
by hundreds drawn
of people but and marriage > eaVVUJat
was !*
all saw the track pointed out to old thicket and it if her postponed: It never the point of view of one wi
no trace was found own mother would have
V except one little did i8t8
Manse occur. In less than with ,
and then his twelve
: footprint guide walked hastily strength to even her. months personated many of them "
near the river bank [
V V and ev- I found
myself :
back and .deserted :
joined the crowd. gled bushes and it and penni- success. Dr. Murray conclude "
this impossible
en was not to
pacify her.
definitely known less.
j. "See heah Bose," we could hear the the dog ceased touch The rest is easily guessed." series on "The Rightsof the '! i
be that of Nellie Hollings, Men and o? her hands I knew Uf

S boys dragged the river bottom swam i I negro say, "dar's ,beslness tonight old Every one stopped. a burning fever, so I told her Nellie. r with a paper on growth and de f;lIon

Vi"V and dived beneath the'cold waters man. Evehbodys got his eye on you. who was only at once take her to where she and Hollings died next morning, ment* ; and. a unique feature ber f JOn

iV V searching fr the little ole boss, an' you'd better come thoo." I quiet. The, next receive medical attention was decently Interred. The mem- in this number is "Houses by ;
but and
corpse, of
ory the -at
without success. The We could all hear "hint pattIng the began barkink care.- She made unfortunate girl will always pondence" the first being the tr;
: V parents were head of the ugly old hound. "Now __ objection remain with m. _T.. J. i -- ..... -I"n.- .
notes, and old --- -
wild "' hUh..r u "'1;' 14: L moments Jtiouse. Stories and pastimes !
JV 'with grief, and the entire wuuuuins to weep, sob and
population dar's de track. Bose. an' I'se of delirium she 'F
I little gwlneter treed, and there me for babbled of running plied for amusement of C
;.' ott.. Towards night By the aid ot water 111r'
-" V -. ,V '',,1 the women and children, weak and stand right heah an' let you 'spect it the brush like the and the carriage driver, I flowers and the deep forests, bright and In the other departments %

,- '. broken hearted, returned to their Now yo' do business, ole man. an' ifyo" of Texas steers. In had her in the vehicle 'wrapped and wild berries. and piteously i topics of Interest and value It: t
; V find dat baby, 'fore Gaud I'll the begged some *
V: homes, but the -non and older boys give lined up on b the miserable old blanket which one to go out and hunt home are treated. Fashion 0 ? ftpen
you a whole side of bacon for her. "Won't
when we and there stood
'V : to some one ask Plays this nun86]
V kept up the search buy from the landlady. In the a large part In 1.rPete
V gits hlme. the bluff and .. dogs to hunt for me?"
hour the wretched she cried in the newest styles are tl1uSt1 :
it little was wild delirium.
:, "' :Just before dark the crowd had the poor one. and in safe hands. "Everybody has deserted descrived in detail.
: For ten minutes not -sound was terrible declivity? : When me, but oh
surely the dogs -
'gathered together begged me to will .Etevel
,ne&the place come back
heard not a human being have -
moved. Every only to discover j some pity for of -
and follow I will have loads
S where little Nellie had last been which I promised to do. my two car
seen eye was riveted on the man and Old Manse had f tracks through the woods. suitable for turpentine and S;" 0trl'
,: .andacoundfl was held As her e
: : in order to try ,
; ; dog at
; the river bank. The hound. by a small sapling breathing grew purposes for sale in ;:. ,
fainter "
: -,' and determine on some systematic when relieved of the rope from" around him down among from the physician the pulse and her fluttering March 15th and 20th. MoR'- throt
j ;1 weaker, she V 0. P.
> plan of search. The moon that she was suddenly ;
: was his neck shook a very sick wo .
scratched "Hold raised --
the on dar !
2 up f up on her elbow tttoPIM
: ,-ing almost as, light shfn-l' 1 Cold. ; her eye's opened i Q5.
.' ,_ as day, [i ground with his, hind feet. and trotted de work down heah. ] exposure and principally wide, her lips half parted"Hushlisten f The famous Buster B "
were the
causes. She was }Ribbon Shoes for boys and lrte
-she whispered_:"I hear j the. Fair Store. ,

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SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, I' .STAR MONKEY ACTOR. :I Miss Grace Hatchell Gives TRUE GRIT. Accidentally Shot While Playing Rob- Miss Davis Entertains the Card Club. .

_,. Local Editor. x I Pretty Domino Party. ber. j I -

Carries Himself With the Air of Man I _____ *
Mr, John W. Pearson.: of this city .- From Last Friday's Daily. aMiss >
.. of 1
of His Wednesday afternoon Miss Grace Tuesday afternoon Rohrt and Ce-
general manager -of the Pearson Oil I Annie Davis entertained the

1jRPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN I Stunts. Hatchell was the hostess, al aery & Gas Company has now been looking cal Tydings and little. Aden' Newsom. young ladies card club at a very.pretty -

pretty domino party, which she gave
With Seibel Brothers' dog and pony in compliment to Miss Mary Davenport for oil for a period of nearly five years the youngest' son of Dr, and Mrs W. party yesterday afternoon at the =

TAe'Pensacola. Journil needs a hump show, .which. shows here next Fridayare i j of Chattanooga Tennessee:' who I I and is keeping steadily and everlastingly i i! V. Newsom who is familiarly known residence.of-her sister, ':Mrs C, R. Ty

'lt about as big as a camel's. a number of Very extraordinary Is the guest of )Irs. 'Charles Vroman at it, He has abandoned several to all his friends as "Tinker" were dings, on Ocklawaha avenue with

monkey actors. Miller. wells but is by no means discouraged I I playing robber at the home of Mr. nd whom Miss Davis makes her home.

}. 1 8,:Elolse Miller .has been quite The star Miss Hatchell entertained at the and, he finds the t Indications Mrs. C. R. Tydings. Tl%y were in an The games were marked on beautiful -
actor of
the lot to '
I i10r the past several days. appears home of her aunt, Mrs., C. A. Liddonon hand painted score cards made to
;''J ..,, ._ be a sort of Berry Wall of the "400." so seductive that he is encouraged to upstairs room, In which was kept a
: ---- Ocklawaha avenue and a pretty represent lovely flowers. They were
: pistol. Robert the oldest of the boys
I. ) ;j::H. W. Henry and bars. K. H. His name is McAllister and he is very compliment. to the young hostess was go forward in his efforts. He has the work of talented little Miss Sara
| was trying to show the other boys how

I ;its: ,. of Lake Weir were shop- proud of It. Me. dresses lake,a man, the fact that in spite of the dreadful learned by experience and is overcomIng to manipulate the weapon when in Davis

'jn'town yesterday.' acts like a man and eats like a man. weather all her guests were on handto difficulties that at first appeared -I The prizes, a' silver belt pIn and a ,
g some way, it was accidentally dis-
-< His table etiquette la said to be superior participate In this pleasant affair insurmountable, the chief of fancy leather magazine cover, were :
crarged and the ball entered the side
Sc:;,Alexander Holly, formerly of to that of some men. He nev- Assisting :Miss Hatchell in various which was in shutting off the water, of the neck of the little Newsom boy won by Mrs Powers and Miss Dye. '-',

tBu aka. but now ,of Orlando, was er does the "sword swallowing act' ways was her mother, Mrs. Hatchell. a difficulty which he has now 'completely and came out at the back just missingthe After the games strawberry ice,

i tl 'hands with his Ocala friends which in circus parlance, means usinga her aunt Mrs. Liddon, :Mrs. Mallory overcome.Mr. I' cake and coffee were served and dur- -
nf spinal column by the fraction of
,es knife instead of a. fork to carry the Liddon Miss Caro Liddon and :Mrs. C. Pearson has now reached a an Inch. The children were terrified ing the progress of the games delicious F

food to the mouth. His clothes are of V. Miller and the other guests Included depth of 800 feet in his last well and home made candies were pass-
I and screamed for help. Dr. Xewsom
|*5eyond the Alps" said Napoleon I I the, latest cut and he dresses m the Mrs. G. A. Nash Mrs. W. W. Strip- if there: is oil to be found in paying Land Dr. Hood were Immediately summoned ed.

parts. ,"lies Italy." "Beyond the height of fashion, and always enters ling, Mrs. C. X..'Klrkl id, :Mrs. H. M. Quantities in this section of Florida : Miss Davis' guests included the fol-
r e to the home of Mr. Tydings and

t c r i; lades," says Napoleon Bonaparte the arena carrying a cane. He wearsa Hampton, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. It will soon be known. dressed the wound of the little fellow lowing members of the club: Mrs. W.

fiiiO\\'ard: lies fame!" silk hat and patent leather shoes, C. C Carroll, Mrs W. II. Powers, Mrs.E. The indications are In every way H. Powers, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston
and carried him home, where he is
and has avalet to wait on,him from T. Helvenston, M/s. Bernard Selig- favorable and Mr. Pearson believes :Mrs. Mallory Liddon Mrs. W. T. Gary,
now resting
tft; ;. B. Hopson representing the the time the performance commences man, Misses Sue Barco, Sara Harris, that when he shall celebrate his fifth easy. Misses Valeta Potter Sue Barco Sara
Tinker's escape from death was quite
Muq i, Benefit Association of Geor- until it Is over.. Yaleta Potter, Florence Walters Leafy anniversary in the oil business he will Harris Sarah McCreery, Hattie Dye .
but will be
| a narrow one every one
<: :came ,dawn from Gainesviller It takes. half an hour to get Me.. Sylvester Louisa Harris. Margaret have found the coveted prize for I and the following visitors: Mrs. S. W. 1i
; r I glad to know that he is not at all
iWednesdayrjq. ready for his appearance before an Walters, Florrie Condon, Beatrice Sin- ,which he'has so faithfully ,worked. seriously wounded. Rhodes and her sisters Mrs. Sevier

audience for: he Is said to be very fas- clair Eloyse Izlar, Evelyn Liddon and Florida in a very little while, may I and Miss Templeton of Asheville. N.
f has to St. Master Tydings'who did the shoot
Pike .
$ gone
Mrs. > tidious about his personal appearance. Miss Mary Davenport, the guest of have something to talk about the same. C.; Mrs. J. K. Austin. Mrs. Charles
where she will spend a cou- ing, Is very much grieved over the accident -
BSBstine\ In fact, the most remarkable thing honor.In as that which startled the Americannation Rheinauer Miss Gertie E. Rhelnauer

fple 'of weeks with her son and daugh- about him is his the back hall fruit punch was t that happened to his little, '
vanity. His hair at Beaumont, Texas, a few and Mrs. Howard Clark.
Mr and Mrs., Lee COLI" friend and was himself greatly fright-
ter-in-law.,, must be parted just right 'and his served after which the guests were years ago. Next week Mrs. Helvenston will be
ened at the almost serious termination
: : -- ;- trousers have the proper creases, as' asked in the parlor, where the hos- the club's hostess.
'C .'-H. B. Masters, of New York, ar otherwise he will insist upon delayinghis tess and the honor guest were'receiv- 'The Rival of the Horse. to an afternoon's frolic. .

; KJn, Ocala Wednesday morningwill'spend appearance until his wardrobe issatisfactory ing. The room was _prettily decorated Summer Hats. For the Legislature.To .
days in the city The rival of the horse can 'be Stylish
raid some He wants to be the whole with dogwood, palms and roses and
the Editor
Ocala Banner
looking after' his business interests thing while he Is before the audience.Mc. here the six tables were arranged for used to accomplish many feats for :
The this has Some time ago' there appeared in
early spring year caus-
{here. does an eating act which is the the playing of dominoes. On each table which the horse It utterly! unfitted.
ed an early demand ,for spring and your paper an article stating that now
This Is shown machine recently
hit of the shov. He has his meals was a dish of fudge which was ; by a
hats and although Easter is is the time for the office (meaning theleislator's
[ of
Mrs. McCoy and little daughter, much enjoyed during the game's.Before built for the sirdar of Egypt for trav-
served hot eats with
l' a fork uses a .
six weeks off of the ladies of office) to be seekingthe
Atlanta. and Mrs. McCoy's sister Miss. the of the 'afternoon eling on the desert of the Soudan. .In many
napkin his check and forgets game
1- pays never -
Ocala have their and not the the office.I .
who already selected man man
of Talbatton its construction had
:fBeanor Beall. special attention
to tip the waiter. All of which was begun Mrs. Hampton, who Is
"Easter bonnets." tAt beg to that the office has
live teen spending a part of the win- said/to be comical, and affords quite, a talented musician, was good to be paid to gearing and to appli- say
very her millinery parlors In the sought and already found the man.
in Ocala at the Ocklawaha Inn unbounded delight to the little folks enough to play several lovely selec- ances for preventing the Accumulation -
Ocala House Wednesday; Mrs. Minnie That man is Mr. E. L. Wartmann, of
returned home. of dust the wheels
slave especially Uon or grit upon "
.Ii.tf -' J .I A. Bostick had her spring and summer Citra who so ably represented Mar- .
and for keeping the from
Seibel Brothers have remark- Mrs. Powers proved to be the lucky : car
's'Mrs.. D,, C. Edwards, owner of the many the sand. These difficulties .were opening. It was a wet gloomy and Ion county In the last legislature Per- ,
player and was awarded a beautiful
able Including
actors dogs ponies .
unpleasant day but In of this haps no who ever sat in that
has sold her property In spite man.
"Ocala ; successfully and the sirdar
...... and monkeys but Me. is the bright little white lace and Ivory fan. The overcome
fact many ladies were out to look at body for only one term exercised a
3 the
known Opera
Gainesville as now has a machine which, as -
,:L... particular star of the' outfit, and it is booby prize, a set of hand-made collar : compared
HloCk. This Is one of the prettiest with the camel the old time "shipof and to purchase some of these airy larger influence : b
..,' claimed he is .the most valuable four- and cuff turn-overs, was given to Miss
1 and beautiful chapeaux. And some of If Mr. Wartmann should be returned -
1 properties in the University City. It Walters. the desert, as as an'express trainto
footed, performer In the show business. them were truly ,beautiful. Dame it is needless to say that he will
"was sold,to Mr. E. Baird' the cqnsld- % A fitting climax' to the pleasures of a canal boat. With a searchlighton

:':eratIon;: ( being twenty thousand dollars Artificial- Stone -- -- the afternoon was the delightful cake a trailer it Is possible for the sir- 'Fashion seems to have ordained that exercise a much larger Influence than

:; Company.A 1 the hats this season veritable flower he did during his first erm, for .the '
and strawberry cream served after the dar to travel by night as well as by .
3t.. I gardens. Wings and quills are also reason that he will be more familiar
day, and the conquest of the desert
has been organized games.
l Mr. D. C.'W. Smith, of Philadelphia! company now be considered complete. Perhaps much used and occasionally one seesa with the rules andill be better
-r- may -
Ocala for the of manufacturing -
jwho bas large Investments in Ocala purpose hat .adorned with an ostrich plume. known and and will hive a wider and
artificial stone and other Raking in the Shekels on Lettuce. an even greater triumph of motoring -
"antf In this of All of shades and colors more extensive .
,.., ." at.other points section I I has been reserved for an Am- sorts are acquaintance.If
building material, which will mean
'{Tlori the Far
much towards the upbuilding of this Mr., Karl Harter, of Sparr, was in West recently
tIle| Is here'to look after his various In- Ocala Friday and said that the grow- made a journey of 644 miles, over the't of the various shades, while quite again become a candidate he will have .

Tterests; and Is compelled to b'e encour- city, ers around that place. who were fortunate Cascade mountains to Yaklma and fantistic, are very effective. The hats very little if any opposition in his
This has already a con- *
fir "& as .his property Includes some company building, enough to 'plant lettuce, ale return "over roads which disgrace the at Mrs. Bostick's are many of them so canvass. C. J. D.
i'" build 'double store
very fipe orange groves, which are.now tract to a very pretty that )t is quite difficult to I
H/Wallis Magnolia receiving magniflcant returns from the name, through mudholes, sagebrushand Flin'n
the old .
fOf Mr. T. on Death of Mr. -
th1'tull bloom and promise ,magniflicent I make one's choice.
of the long-barred forest trails. -St. i
sa same. _
!j! Hotel lot and is(negotiating. for '. \ k ,-- -
results. I Panamas Milan straws, and Leg
; That the Meadows boys, from two Augustine Record. !
of the two story From
I the building horns in both large and small shapesand Thursday's Daily.
'and one-half will clear In the
store building for Mr., A. E. Delo est acres -- Mr. R. E. Flinn, who was visitingSt
UrW.-H. Moore who is with
now of Meeting of thd Epworth League.The in the pretty sailor shapes are
neighborhood 2000. That Jesse
6n the lot now ,occupied by the, ,New Augustine for a little outing for
t !, McGehee Lumber Cfmpany, atSgmmerfield quite popular this seas'on.Irs. ,
Lovell will reap enough profits to
was in town Tuesday. Racket Company Bostick and her assistants will pleasure and recreation, died suddenly
Epworth League held its
I make Investments In regular -
iX : Mr. J. W. Crosby, one of the members big government in that city Tuesday night This intelligence -
Moore an take In these
many years ago, was bonds. meeting in the lecture room of the great pleasure showing,

attache of the Ocala Banner office and of, the new firm will very soon t Methodist church Monday night. The I hats to the ladies today and at any was telegraphed here Wed-
That William a
&u erect a residence for himself from the I nesday and the Masonic lodge imme-
very pleasant recollections of the from of attendance was most gratifying and time they find it convenient to call.
a shipment twenty-nine
made by this com- diately took the tohave
artificial stone necessarystP
f ari: ,he spent here Mr. Moore Is a -- -
encouraging. were thirty-one
received check for .
nets will be locat- I crates a $153.60.Mr.
The factory the resnalns properly cared for.
writer pany.
: of Action and has published Meeting of the Maccabees.
Harter says that he resided in present and much interest was manifested ,
Brat book He expects ,to buy aDO ed .on or near the lumber yard of :Mr: California and can say that he does in the proceedings. Reports Ocala tent, No. 1409 of the Knights Mr. Flinn was a member of tae Ma-

tbce South Lake Weir and perhaps Gecrge R. McKean. from all department"work showed : of the Modern :Maccabees held. a review sonic lodge of'Philadelphia aid:: the
not believe" that that state, during
": The members of this new companyare lodge here is in com-nunication with
Rill again'1 devote his to rote6neing -, Wednesday night at Yonge's .
pen in her faithful service on the part of the of-
history, can duplicate
Mr. Edgar Ferdon .,f Krooklyn. year .- the lodge of that city and Mr. Fllnn's
In which this beautiful' these ficers. i halL
probably, figure conspicuously.E. N. Y.r.. J. C. Howell of' Anthony, : Plans were begun looking to the r A complete set of regalia and paraphernalia : body in all probability be shipped ,

; and Mr. J: W. Crosby, of Ocala. ;, ; had been received by the to that city for Interment.
Military Affairs. entertainment of the annual state
.. had been resident of
The deceased
-- a
.-,' E. D, Ron of Reddick, was a league conference which will meet In Knights since their previous meetingand
Ocala for the past ten years and was
f.Pleasant Visitor! to our sanctum Tues- the Thermometer At his own request General Charles this city the latter part of June next several new candidates were in-
The Drop in chief engineer first for the East Flor- ,
, d&YI. ,He says 'that about three hun- P. Lovell. of Jacksonville,,commanding --- itiated.In .
ida Ice Manufacturing Company
*ed acres have been planted to can'l'I We Can't Win. speaking of this rapidly growing
: March the first, the beginning of the First Brigade, Florida State afterwards for the Ocala Ice and Fuel
oM ipes and four hundred acres toW organization the Bee Hive Says:
wasthe coldest day we :had Troops, the ranking line officer has .
spring and In this
Conpany capacity gave excellent -
&en .elons in the Reddick neighbor- 190506.I retired. "\Vell. it has been a mild winter," The story of our individual subordi-
during the entire winter of and faithful service. lie was

<' "ud. Quite a number Of acres to The drop, however, .In the thermom- Coloned John W. Sackett. commanding saved a lot, of coal nate lodges is varied and of absorb- of
cucumbers ing Interest. After all it is not the years ageA
". ..' and tomatoes. That eter was so sudden and lasted sucha the First Regiment of Infantry, 'What's the use" growled the pessimist ,-

.!JJyo Brothers have the, largest fruit has been appointed brigadier large membership or some great thing
short period of time that the generalto "'The warm weather has kept Safe Cough: Medicine for Children.In .

of watermelons and canta- escaped damage, but beans, watermelons succeed General Lovell. accomplished that tells the\ story of buying cough medicine for child-

ti Pes. and that Messrs. Sanders, trees the lakes open and all we saved on truest fraternity. It is rather the lit- ren never be afraid to buy Ch&mberlain's -
and other vegetables that: Lieutenant Colonel John S. Maxwell,
There Is
Cough no ,
,ton, & Company are the ,next were jusf peeping above the ground, of the First Regiment of Infantry, has coal will go next summer to pay the tle things well done-fidelity to trust danger from it and relief is always '.

,t' planters They are anticlpatflae -' mostly killed. been appointed colonel! to succeed Col- increased price of ice." a conscientious accounting, the sick sure to follow. It Is especially Tal-
v were -, --- cared for, the unfortunate helped, etc. uable for colds croup and whooping
crops. The damage was so much less than onel Sackett In command of the regi- cough. For sale by all druggists m
1 Mrs. G. C. Crom, accompanied by -that go to make up a successful and -- ,-,
feared. .that our people are only ment.
'IW, F, Lowry, of Homosassa, was "'- her ne ('e, Miss Catherine Hampton, of trulygood lodge. Electrical Time. "-

(ts* k .Ocala Tuesday and In an in- glad that it was no of worse. > whomwe Our citizens deserve credit for the Gainesville, and Miss Sophie Greer, of During 1905 the order made large
number growers
S W with a reporter of this pa- Quite a had already pride they take In our schools. We Philadelphia who has been spending l gains in membership and began the Editor Banner: w
said they
interviewed, .
.!V stated that tour- the winter at Gainesville left Wed- 313,541 members In '
there are more seed and would immediately venture the assertion that not a student year 106 with I notice a suggestion recently in a

!,;:o-A the, west coast and especiallyoosassa bought new ever wept forth from our little nesday for,. Palatka, going by way of good standing. scientific journal which I think a gam' -, -

"" '! now than at any: ,time begin replanting.- city, but went, away with the best Silver Springs and the Ocklawahariver There were issued 49.754 certificatesof one. That te Electric Light Cowpqe4_

.. the season That the fishing : Dance for Miss Davenport. wishes of our people; they gave him a trip which is enjoyed by hun- membership, representing $3(1.Oh00 ),- furnish their consumers. the erect time '

Ja delightful' and the red fish' es- encouragement during school life and dreds of tourists yearly. From Pa- (\ of insurance: protection during the ,ince each day.

...f1*?? Is giving sport to the Pls- .' From Last Friday's Daily. when he departed took him by the latka Mrs. Crom will come home and year 1903.Supreme: v This is Jone by opening the, circuit

.ilt teta. In addition to the tour- number of the young society gentlemen hand and said. "God speed th e.'; Not Miss Hampton and :Miss GrPer will return Commander Markey will. at the Electric Light Plant for a second ,
>rrs., Lowry says' that quite. a'ot 1 A gave a very enjoyable dance at one who has finished the course in'our to Gainesville. These two young spend' three months In the south and at say eight, o'clock in the evening.

'-, people have purchased lotslionrosassa '' the armory last night complimentaryto schools wherever he may now be, but ladies, Col W. W. Hampton and Miss on the Pacific coast in'the interest of- This causes all electric lights in the

and are going to put Davenport of Chatta- wishes our town and her people, well. Minna Hampton have just returned the order. Streets and In consuming houses .to
*Pretty' winter homes. Beautiful' Miss, who Is the attractive guest of for it was among our Christian peo- from a trip to Cuba. They came backon I There were 2,399 death claims paid blink, by which watches and cloaks ,

,, sag like other charming re- nooga Mrs. C. V. Miller. ple, surrounded by an influence that the same boat that brought the famous during the year 1905. can b set at correct time onee each

.on.- ; the west coast of Florida. isling I i The music for the dancing" was fur- was elevating and noble animated by Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Long- :Mr. R. A. Green, of this city the day. R. L. M. .

; most' worth They had a most enjoyabletrip buyer shipped the last car load
attention and has band and the splendid example of our citizens orange
nished by the ;CQgred.strsng! l
,n8 prospects. 'i the 'young people hada that he received the foundation which to the island republic. of oranges for this season from Tar-
I --- evening and
; citizenIn -- pon Springs Saturday
makes him today the upright
.:"James' Haves, who has grown i royal gotlme.Mrs:( Charles V. Miller any community in which he may E. W. Irvine, a popular drummer I went to Clearwater to send two cars REMOVED In Ten Days.
to Mr. and.
i Colorado, wants to come back I Lake was in there. has to
.. other who hails from City, from He shipped up
I the live. .
Jida to live permanently. He I chaperoned were Misses -,- Zolfo Monday and was telling his .1 date about 14,000 boxes of oranges id Nadmola ..
:*,f w weeks this 'season at St..' young people for
>; ; $ : Davenport. Sue Barco, Valeta Several days ago at Fort Myers lit- friends to reserve their pledges and grapefruit, aggregating fifty The Complexion -

,_ urg, Lake Weir and other Mary commissioner until he gets in carloads.
Gertrude Rheinauer Sara HarrIs tle J.. B. Heirs, the pretty little son railroad Beautifier is endorsed -

;aad. was seized, with a very Potter, Sylvester, EloIse Miller, of >Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hiers happenedto the race, which he will do shortly .Mr I>y tKouMnds

Attack. of orange fever and saysncoming Leafy Annie accident. A heavy Irwine is the gentleman who succeededin For an Impaired AppetiteLoss of grateful ladia,and
Sue Anderson. quite a painful
HatcheJl. of appetite always results from
back next year and buy Grace Messrs. Alfred Beck J. H. iron pipe fell across his fingers mash- having the S. A. L. fined recently faulty digestion. All that Is neededis guan&teol to remove

_reo grove Mr. Havis was for- Mathews, severely almost cutt for not bulletins delayed trains, despite a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach V g aH facial ducolorationj -
11. Taylor, W D. Taylor Ing I and tie
J. *
Bell. and Liver Tablets. They will invigorate restore
3 In passing Commissioner
Ocalalte and of
ZewadsM. Guy ZewadskI, R. T Adams,' ing one of them entirely off. However the opposition r the stomach, strengthen the leanty of youth The

.;here Monday on his way wes'tc1 Browne. who tried to smoothe the s digestion and give you an appetitelike
of few stitchesthe _
the a
Harvey Clark. Harry Palmer. with wont cues in twenty day*. 50c. and $1.00 .,
:over to shake rallroadZolfoAdvertiser a wolf. These tablets also act 2
long enough
'lv; riUi time Walters 'John .Pelot and Albert Mil finger was saved and now the lit- matter ovel'-for as a gentle laxative.' For sale by all at all leading :drug stores; or ly mil r

some of his old tle fellow, is all right again: ." \ .. druggists. m Premed to rATIOm TOILET CO.. Paris, Taa.tI .
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: '- : eiv 0 THE OCALA. BANNER, -
.. <. ,,' rAGE. .
:to :\.'" _ _ _
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.' WANTS A LITTLE MORE LIGHT. sonville thousand. nJIea, and we I II OUR RAILRO( LITTLE MORE LIGHT. '

,,,:, THE OCALA, BANNERFRANK would only have to pay the freight Banner to* the past sev- I

_ .'" -- We reprint from the Madison Recorder from Jacksonville'to Ocala. We frankly has taken a few shots at, Ever y
-I of the :
HARRIS, Editor. "l edge commission but the trou-
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an article In defense of the rIIda |I I He said that the freight on this fact as asserted

: :, ,P. V, Leavengood, Business Manager. and (I the editor of the Banner is a
railroad commission an answer I I lead from New York, to Philadelphia Ocala Banner that Indefinite in his remarks. If Two Minute

-V- to some remarks from the Ocala was' only ten cents a hundred and as commission" is a
will be little more explic
I. Jacksonville was about the same distance I a
v- I factor in our state
Banner. I.
little more Into detail as
from Ocala the 'freight ought to
I of securing tlJ
-t Our esteemed contemporary draws. matter what 'he expects the commis Physicians tell us
\ \ be about the same. for- i t
rates our
Its Imagination. do good may come the blood inhuman
upon I I He was very much surprised to ascertain for public to perhaps a i
The Ocala Banner has never at anytime matter. criticisms. -
I that the rate from Jacksonville be body passes dffi
spoken of the "good old times remedy should wants rates fixed so the
Ocala twice as much as .. the heart
to was be once in
fore the commission was be-I mission may towns The Ban everm
rH 1 from New York to Jacksonville and '
that minutes. If
fair to this
It distinctly stated that the, I I world assume of the good old times be. actioiit:
exclaimed "How in the can you '
Banner, if It did not lead it at least |[I edly the chief' commission was established comes irregular the i- |'
t people living In the Interior of Flor-
joined heartily In the movement for Its creation was in It alleges, the interior towns body suffers. Poor .
Ida da business at all! h
N- the establishment of the commission.If !curing just rates follows
I blood
_- the shippers had been enjoying Governor Brovyard and the..Newspapers. it fails {in that what we would like to know poor ; SC
-' Motto: Tho Banner, believing those % claims upon lts' ; Emulsion makes the &! ::
prosperous tines on account of cheap exact process/ by which the
,..< the top well able to take care of right to know the ; One
freight rates this paper would hardly a did away with those good : pure. reason wa
themselves! has taken its stand in the I i "j
i Jbarrirades with the, common people have been perverse enough to have Governor Broward in his speech ure and an equal When the commission was,

i-; and its fight, will be made for the betterment clamored for the ,establishment of the Saturday night again made his favorite one be possible. Is It adopted the ,class rates :

of those at the bottom. commission.We speech for the support of the personnel of the railroads practically as they scornEMULSIOii J

: were innocent enough to belIeve most unthinking and unprejudiced impossibility of The same system is In

that the establishment of the class of Florida voters. He bitterly I the railroads today except that they have I
FRIDAY, MARCH f, 1906. I Have complaints I
commission would
result In benefit
great attacked the state claiming that in
press many cases. j I

: to the. people, so fought, ,for .its it was controlled by the railroads and freight rates and made special rates is such a great aid i is J b ecj|l
I responded In each
South Carolina refuses to sell sea creation. corporations and subservient. to the were lower than the class it

Island cotton seed. outside of the The Recorder says that we are too wishes of its masters: Governor Brow-. to the limit of its can and do make such 'AL.passes so qucklv-- Sf
_, : Indefinite in ing the grievence? blood. It IS partJygested
state. our remarks. Yet we ard would like the people to see in provided, they are not dis-

S mentioned times, names and places. Is their imagination standing in opposition questions and as as between person or before it enter e1

I Mr. William Nelson Cromwell' counsel there any other way, to be more definite to all this cringing venality. a are the servants of I .' stomach ; a double ad !

for the Panama Canal Is ? expressly to promote
great man belonging to no one and of the Banner is mist k- tage in this. Less ;.
A entirely too flip. We are tofd by our esteemed contemporary not subservient to the will of any interests in their
thinks thatthe railroad com for the stomach
road companies the j ; qu U.
: whose editor we believe Issecretary. master. Probably some of the peoplesee prevents the railroads fromI
Governor John McLane and other '.to the board, that "the right to an answer. and more direct benefit
same all this-in their Imaginations. ala such
advantegeous rates
;: prominent people of New Hampshire system is in existence today except commission and I I To get the greatest amoulof
_- Governor Broward was especially: bit- make that little city become !
bare booked for a trip to Florida. that especially in view
they have been
reduced in, many ter the Jacksonville good with the least
t against papers. The commission- p;
-- fact that the
cases. and said he was elected without their, doubtless ,bid the roads God sible effort is tHe dfcsire
If a bill before ,
now the
pending missions in
We have light
Interviewed our merchants' r aid and that he did not whether ,
'they gave the other In- in
Mississippi legislature becomes a law and I legal authority to everyone poor heaflScore's .
vegetable shippers and have
c we they fought him or not He was nom
it will be Illegal for people to part would not be fair. of the state a like op Emulsion floes
to find
yet a single man who
says inated without their support which
their hair in the middle in that state. i that have right to that. A
freight rates have been reduced. I change for
fact possibly accounted for his bitter- thinks the commission- tr
------ Only a: few minutes ago we hap- sion has in fact better takes
The Times-Union place eveai?
; Asked as to ber diet Sarah Bern- ness. have no knowledge of water
\ pened to see Mr. George Close, one of unjust freight rates,
hardt says that she sometimes eats accepts the governor's certificate that In making rates. Will the fore you expect it :'j
the largest shippers in this section, roads have defeated ,
more than at other times"but that she acquits It of responsibility for him. He : state what it means by _
and he says that his freights were pose and made it ..- & Wn-natJ:
was elected without'our support and railroad commissioners have
never eats less.
rt higher last year than In other the courts or aample J
when we see the costly tomfoolery in .
I to do with- Interstate rates,
year since he has been in the vegetable I dates, to be enforced. Bepicture awe.thi
A movement is on foot among Louis- which he Is now engaged we are bet except to take up with the in the raalabeiBoatie
: business, a. period of twenty years ot: ter pleased than ever with the position | shown the \ 4
4 Villa ministers to abandon Sunday commerce commission. and **
more. Why do these men tell us these quitted, for it has
assumed in the The pcTocccI1i6ei
K night services and substitute afternoon we primaries. is practically
services. things If they are not true and why Times-Union, however, is not fight- sources to effect the ". : Emu1sion7Q5 ;
anything. -
_ are they, one by one, abandoning their I Ing Governor :Broward-, has not fought it was' instituted. thinks the fruit and : SCOTT & & .

Editor WattersQn sagely observes farms and going out of business? him, will not Qght him. When he 'Is some specific have a.good ground veg-for z1.IL., -. Cicmia

The Recorder again says that the driven out of the '- 409 Pcar1Sc..J.
that political parties are not b'lllt up trying \0 carry out a policy that will against the commission. ;.
.I by sticking a bit of goose 'greavre Ocala Banner Is mistaken if it thinks injure the people of Florida or discredit freight exactions of oceaauifex.1IIAU
; ought to inquire a little.
that the railroad commission failed to If these j mp 1
prevents say
f the state will do "
t and there over the sore places. we everythingin
the rates to the north- ,
thft u._ _rJ_no IIroli'Iom____ _,_.n 0"vivin'-,. t'\z>_", I...... "",n"h.. .. to his plication to the "'
our prevent
-- I power success.
are yet
J Mr. Bon .Dur-ant. a New York gentleman advantageous rates as will make this When he happens to be right we will lief. Two good offices of the com ._-- .

build little city become prosperous. help him, not caring whetherhe elected next fall and Banner's Plan is BacL
wants to an electric road a snap than two thirds of them 1!

_ across the state of Florida. We hope When did the Ocala Banner ever appreciates our help or not. portunity for a reduced below what they 3
make.such ridiculous The Ocala Banner -JraWJ" ,
he will do so'and will include Ocala a statement? But: in speaking of his election with- the whole question.
the commission
'In his route.It While it is not the business* of the out the aid of tahe Jacksonville papers bers whose places was ,picture of the failure of Mr.
railroad commission to do such ar-; -
an ungracious themselves
Governor Broward did not say half othervegetable farmers ot..Jb
the commission
act, it is the business .
was held by a London divorce. of the as much as he might ,have said. He election they will be
I to "equalize" freight rates. county to make any money et
commission to see that Ocala
and all ty to present their .
that marriage by "habit and repute" failed to state that he was elect d
other inland towns you the only rates which magnificent crops they have pth
I are given an fully and they should .
must be considered legal in England without the vote of his own county, "'
equitable freight rate Is it fair to themselves of it. We have not based In terms of honest indigIi.2.tIi.....
,: the vote of his own city, with- '
Ocala to have barrel I mileage are the fruit Banner pictures the Injusi :
a of flour
4 or a out the vote of his own ward. He did fending nor attacking .
barrel of 'rates which they were these men who were put oat
shipped Jacksonville
-we simply want to \ ,- '
;- The.. Tampa Tribune serves formal not mention the fact that the over- 'in
to St. Petersburg cheaper getting reduced- necs! by a solar plexus blow:
:: notice that Tampa is the first city in than whelming majority of his neighbors will sustain the -
< from Jacksonville rates based entirely on tered through the medium ef
to Ocala? But this f
that that
ner is
Florida. : Here's anothe chance. for voted) against him and that he was body
is the condition 'of things that not fairer for seaports rates-to use the Banns i O&
con- ious to the
injury h&A ,
the St. Augustine Record man to rise elected by the votes of the men who ;t;"
fronts the Ocala merchants. towns. py choice of words. "i
up and ,defend the ancient city.-Pen- knew very little about him; but thatis of Florida by not I I '
sacola Journal. la It'falr to the Ocala merchant to true nevertheless.We roads to make just [ the editor of the Banner In giving particulars it 'Isj:

.-- ir have a barrel of flour or a barrel of care nothing for Governor the people of Florida I, little more- explicit in ,his that Mr. Close last season

The effect of the cold snap was felt, beer shipped from Jacksonville to Broward's attack on the Times-Union. ested in the'question. .: ,. Perhaps we can find" magnificent crop of watermefe

Ocala, from Ocala to Silver commissioners have bee finest ever seen and the IargS
: throughout the state. There was a Springs, This paper is pretty well known over ocrat.
there loaded aboard a boat and haul- Recorder.I railroads charged him J138
-4 heavy snowfall and in some places the state, was well known before any- .

much damage was done by the storm. ed half way back to Jacksonville fora body ever heard of Napoleon B. As the Barren Press Ed. Davis. fwr snipping. them to market a"l,.
cheaper price than if content i\ith that outrageous:l
Fears are entertained for the safetyof shipped to Broward, and will be known whrn he The Live Oak
Ocala direct? they added -thirteen hundred 1!Ii
the fruit crop)*.-Courier Journal. is forgotten. Governor Broward may the Ocala Banner .;;-

; -- Yet: this is the condition of things say what he wishes. The people of I instances of will be found the an: I excess charges-every cent at'I

; If you want to ruih your' boy just that the Ocala merchant confronts.Is Florida are not finding out about the i the state by exees.. of Edwin W. Davis of wes highway ,robberv to ,his :

'. take his side on every question and it fair to the Ocala merchant to Times-Union from him.-Times-Un- tions of the railroads, is a candidate for state I expenses and simply drove -kiza !

dispute he has with, his teacher or. find that a ,barrel of flour or a barrelof ion. ed to say If these pe the fifth judicial cir business. I {

your neighbor's children. Just let him beer is ,shipped to persons residingat I cation to the Mr. ,Davis became a law The Banner sums up>

.1-: : know you are with him right or McIntosh and other points withina ,Looking Through a Political Field The Tampa Times a law office in Ocala and "Mr. Close's farm Is locate* ]

4 wrong, in all his disputes. This will radius of less than twenty miles of Gfass. the Ocala Banner admitted to the bar. Since very richest land in, Florida. Biuade

4 : give him a good start In the down-. Ocala as cheap as it can be shipped to ience of every he has practiced his! pro t a study of farming an* i

: ward path.Following. them from Ocala. These are formulative days. The ery county In ,Florida the various counties of !! knoV edged to be one of tM 'b>

; Yet we are told by persons living Insurance revelations confirm all the Florida railroad ., In August 1802 N, 11.1 j and yet he is, compelled tit> lei.t

Is a mathematical puzzle at these places and by the merchantsof Democrats have been claiming touch- blind and deaf to state attorney for this J lands lie idle: not because thf

which is said to be turning Boston Ocala that this is true. Ing the purchase of the country by the evry body else Is into a law 'partner- f not respond to his efforts; not b!,' .

Into one vast bug-house; "A farmer The Recorder wants to know what Republican party managers. The facts why are they two years ago Mr. All- I:I he does not obtain good prices ; i

has four grades of sheep that he sells this paper means by water I competi very foundations of our fiscal and commission? They failed and he found It im- I what he grows, not becalls6freight -

.- for $3.50: f5, $6 and $8. How many tion.We commercial system have been rotting. mediators between the stand the wear and tear rates are prohibitive." :

.', .of each kind must he sell in order are told that Jacksonville and Those on: which the insurance fabric railroads and it should the duties of hi s office And then what? What remedy j

that the average selling price of each Tampa and St. Petersburg and. indeed, stood gave- way and the edifice top- for every shipper to .was appointed acting the. Banner propose! Nothing *j

: sheep is J5?" Can you solve it? all the seaport cities, are given lower pled Into a cellar filled with the debrisof making constant and I by the court, the du- :i I nounces the state railroad' cO5

freight rates than the inland cities be- pillage. Men are beginning every- plaints. I II office he Is 'now dis sion and demands its aboIIt10fl 9

: The friends of Hon. E. S.Mathews cause these places are located on the where to say, "Anything to rescue But why, we are Ir. Allred will nObe a can commission. supposed to B*ft

;'- S. of the Bradford county Telegraph are sea coast and are given these low the government from this, the national ,. commission? I re-election. If 'elected". Mr. power and the will to reduce 4

'. :urging him to again enter the. race for rates in order to meet steamship rates. character from this, the present ; Because the shippers } continue to discharge the rates within the state. It has nf

: ,representative from that- county. Mr. which Is entirely unfair to the inland and the future of the Republic from can .make better terms j I important office well and diction on_ the $l3() per car ani

,- Mathews is a gentleman fitted up for cities that are entirely dependant upon this." Mr. Bryan may be the Moses. : rectly with the j Leesburg Commercial.. ",, .,: J f fiscatory excess charges o'
_. the place as his past record shows, the railroads for their existence. Mr. Hearst may be the David. But Mr. I As It is now they j ,. I Closets watermelons. It can .

and it is' hoped that he will be returned We are told that the Florida railroad Roosevelt may undertake to build up I will make no : to call the'attention of our ]1 rate to 'Jacksonville, or Peasac

-- to the legislature. He is In his efforts commission has nothing to do a" party of his own-Louisville Cour- that if they did so, i ] other candidates' to. the ;; Tampa, but 'beyond the state B

; f, for the right.-Gainesville Sun. with fixing inter-state rates. We supposed ier Journal. i lating the rules and : ot Mr. E. W. Davis, f., 'no: power beyond the feeble laW fit

that having been connected with by the commission. \ 4 4I j i birth Itt *
-- ----- -- state attnrnov. and jurisdiction.
: -: the Miss Jefferson Belt city editor of the press of this state for nearly for- It Did Not Require the Commission. When Christ spied, I an old---proverb----" about: : th.. I t bably:doing the best it can u :

: Daily Capital. Tallahassee, is enJoying ty years and more or less connected ....The DeLand News is attributing tree, although it had I DunnellOk Advocate. ; ;: circumstances, and it is coP1

her Visit to the Deep Water with public affairs, that even the Mad the Ocala Banner things that It did ,with great care, he I -- !i if i f with the Banner's vn-tur.s of :

: City and is delighted with our hospitable ison Recorder ought to have known not say. It claims that the railroad be hewn down. f ; -i is S ( i in- -LoVt With; !I tion to the best of ii* ability.:

\ people, our beautiful bay, and that we were aware that the Florida commission reduced the passenger Unless men and I the Newspapers : ;tlo away with it would .; raialf : I

: the thousand and one things which railroad com 1is -ion has no authority fare from four cents to three cents value and utility they i j!I'help things any. -j> :''

; make Pensacola so j/easant visitors... t to fix rates for Georgia, or Xorth Car- 'per' mile. 'for existence and i I, The story of railr ad .1'b1 fi -_

-: Miss Bell Is a fluent conversationalist olina, or Virginia or to usurp the The Florida East Coast railway voluntarily ren fig tree to be I[ Broward makes the i i couragement extortion and IW
against the *
a brilliant papers
descriptive writerand powers of the inter-state railroad made this reduction before wide ',
I the farmers is
upon as
he li
doubtless our city will be a' distinct commission but such rule i 'iS made it before)
we were Innocent any was promulgated by the When God was on t state! There is not a neigh '
gainer by her presence this carnival enough to believe that when they saw commission and the other railroads. son of Christ the i controlled by corpor- ft
I i In any country that has not
season.-Pensacola Xews. the industry of a whole ,state perish- in all probability. would have quickly a peasant mother, 'I subservient to the wills and b:= ,
Does experience of Mr. Close::
--- ing on account of unequal and excessive followed in the wake of the Flagler among the people in fS. he mean this bors it is; Sup
Great political movements the ,rs of Florida? He repeated. And now
are did
freight ,
charges that they would system. of life, and most of his to the devise ,
Banner to
: off'Springs of the unconscious celebration bring'this fact to,.the attention of the But the legislature of Florida Before derness and love was exceptions "4
o of the masses of mankind. not interstate !rq Bra ward makes this fine and deliver a remedy.
commission and .hav influence the civil war fixed the ssen- those who worked for '.r "

: ': of the bokus-pokus of politicians and enough to have the same ad ger rate at three centse and\ if the law tenderest hearts, the ? rg s. -what he does not Times. <- -
-.- :; ':1 the rhetoric Juggling of newspapers. justed.. : had been enforced by' the proper officials natures are not -*true."/ The people will I '

The people begin to think alike. Some If, as the Recorder intimates, the I the people of Florida would never among those who are | opinion of a man who Governor Broward spoke a' 1-
: :voice or event brings them together statement of Main street. Jacksonville t
some not
of the railroad knowing
.t :'f from near and far. Under the look out for rates only within the limits cent rate.Senator. must visit the is true or fake.-Times- { night on his Everglades : :;.
.: sun and shower of public se timent. of the state and not without the with and scheme. Judge Ion L. Farri' '. -
:. Issues, like seeds break through the state, we call Its attention to a* ship- Taliaferro has had passedin !I called human pure kindness.warm :- ly of this city, presided over the II

clods ot 'interest and indifference, and ment we ,have just received. the senate conveying in fee simplea of the mountains Moorehead, of Ocala, a ing; Governor. Broward *** fMen's {

._ bud and bloom and flower and ripen We made purchase of lead from a piece of ground In SL Augustine, first the of Marion county to, make this address by the *
and remains ,. ,
; ":: ,, Into the harvest, which a few fortunate firm in New York,and the agent stat. known as the Lines,. for school purr tallest peaks it city Saturday, on business Democratic League. of Jville.

.- or farseelng' atoms, called party ed that Jf we would 'make the order poses. He has also )Introduced 'a bill pour a torrent never 'the United States land '

-: leaders, may reap.-Henry Watterson say two thousand pounds. that the to prohibit aliens from taking sponges j of icy : .' has just ,..... ....e.- '

,, In the Louisville Courier JournaL firm would, pay the freight to .Jack in American waters..' I{ ler's sunny valleys below.-K. I stores business start If it Is a bilious attack take!'i
Harpoon. near I berlain's Stomach and LiferfO '
county'.. (
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:WRITES. ABOUT: FLORIDA. [I tourist'seeing merely_ thtf' novel and GRAFT IS NOT NEW. GOOD DEMAND FOR ,.FLORIDAS. .

: j;-attractive. and therefore enthusiastic. ---1 -

:Naples on the Gulf, 1906. ::1. Quite" twenty years have I known I How often one hears some old gentleman Oranges From the State are Bemc I I.I I.I
*, Vi : in melancholy mood, regret
.;,.- how ,; these parts familiarly In Sold Before Arrival .
wonderg now anybody a sense ,
: : the departure of the 'simple and severe ,
-- :.y ar3 'ago' could have failed to : I am "an old hustler: and may speak old days when Americans were I- :'t00

'th8 j .certain future of Manhattan' by the card. But I have no land to poor and honest I There has probably never been so]

sell. The recent life favorable an orange -market in New
insurance scandals ,.
fet there. as elsewhere. mon-
and the York for a good while as now, Flor- t'it
S .
S numerous other disclosures!
less than ,
no .
f $& been lost ..
: of graft cause h'im to believe that ida oranges are becoming scarce and I
':-ii |..developmentra/ gaIned.// I would have know U \ S\'N
that life the demand
grows as the in
>r& M Flagler ) down here'Is I wealth Is sapping the morals tj"

_.;...I""a there had been a boom, a reoo not all an unbroken of the public. creases. Sales are made before arrivaL L at '

round of sunshine He forgets" The cargo which came in Thursday \
; and flora, of starlit ; the innumerable; occasions '
seemed -
'and ,what to be. a col. _\ '
"I in was in such demand that quite a J \ -
.r night and past when corruptionon
,}Ie bought upon"a market sapphiredays. L
tmpene-I a grand scale bit of well known brands were sold I tr. __ -.
was brought \
light -S
trable '
.. h')1ad'reacbed I: apparently the bot- to ,sound or thoughts '+ -
before the car was unloaded.. A steamer JS. -
'men. said ri
mies1 pit He had a long purse. world outside. : as they say now, that
have our excitenents. -- the is due Tuesday and quite a number ___
'wever. and he knew what he was f good old day of honesty had ," \' \53 ? &
h" Though no alarm bell rings gone. have' been spoken for. The fruitis ;
l', The result has been that '
-n I at midnight from If history is to be arriving in the most satisfactory
relied .
castle upon, the
desert Into watchtower. S
', ;converted a a para- o,- ___J . condition this season. Russets ': -S _ -
; is getting his returns. prosaic engine house nor the : gwa oia aays or nonesty never exIsted have : : -
; screeching of the 1 quite a wide range. The 150s and"the ;: :
electric except-in ImaginationTI -
of the
whether any invest- "
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disturbs I In 250s average about.$3.50. The 96s and \ \ \- \ \ '-
our slumber Jackson's
r-Ji. it day the
Standard Oil profits will in ,as turns the country was

run yield as much as. what curve there Is anon the. whine of the poorer and the revenues of the gov- the 126s: range $!.50@3. Fancy fruit \cjL :
wildcat prowling about ernment much smaller than ranges J3.50@5. The Indian river
t.r; toe went by the name of Flagiwa. the haunts of now ;'
scorponlcum and the but the defalcations fruit when large sizes and firm
Indeed lisp of the rattle- in the New York
'I&Hy.. and may have been I
:snake brings }5 readily and the packers
.l-t !by Flagler himself to be rath- as he;plays chuck-a-luck with custom house. and the stealings In are -. -., \ ,
of his fellow reptiles on a sweat cloth of the postoffice department were large. getting- ;excellent, returns. There are --Y- : viS ; -
the gratification a fancy than '
Velvet green In the adjacent jungles. and 'when measured by the present few Florida oranges to come forward. \ -
foundation of
c fuA1 a fortune.
: The kid has had several bouts with standard of wealth and revenue. Grapefruit is in good demand. The Jj kZ7 -
izjortune:: is likely to outlast any / $
ferocious animals And-worst 40s to 80s are ranging J4.50@6, withan
-in his dreams-and yet-they not excite
,. destination possible to the dol-
the kldlet the general popular occasional sale of the favorite isle I
actually caught indignation that
a moccasin
shoveled in with such a prodigal .
for a hat band he says. smaller tliefts do today. at $6.50. The 36s range J3@4, while i(
daring ten or twelve of
|* ad years
.forecast and dead-game self- j The other: day we had a sure enough Up-to-date "frenzied finance" is the 28s bring 2503. There Is a large i

} ence. sensation-a: regular scoop! Away off bad. But for many years before the quantity the large sizes. which are

upon the larboard quarter-north. war the "wild cat" bank graft-the not selling very rapidly. ,The Florida 1 :. $" S wSI -
Whit Flagler, his millions and hisuszave nor, ,
i done for the east coast westerly avast there you land lubber palming off on the public of paper orange season is going to wind up I 1i_ -4 '

may I never that was afterwards in the most satisfactory condition fora S
see back repudiated
of money
'Florida, nature destiny and the my headif .. -. ---_
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1 am not giving to -was carried on throughout"the long time. While the rain caused -
;::Efcoama: Canal hold in reserve for the you straightat ,
11 o'clock : country on a grand scale. And the oranges to puff somewhat it increased -
tfireit; f coast Hamilton Diston, who a. m.-strange ..vaporiwere
ioe 4own.here twenty years seen arising above ,the wave lit public tamely submitted. the number of boxes and by the I EDWIN W. _DAVIS.Candidate .
;, ago I
time the
l fwfci .a reclamation scheme had the ridges of the horison. These grew Thirty years ago the whiskey I season is over it is estimated for State Attorney f or the Fifth Judicial Circuit

"" '. denser. ,and denser and darker and frauds, by which the government was that there will be 2,5000,000 boxes of
the But he
pig by ear. was
!' Iflit. darker and they bore down cheated out of millions through the citrus fruit out of Florida. Mr! Davis' card announcing, himself f JM.VIS S as appointed acting state attorney -
Jtbead of time and his pocket was not upon us .
(who's telling this story purchased complicity of revenue officers The Porto Rico oranges are doing a candidate for the office of state attorney I from term to term and has performed -
you or me?)
l-deep,enough. It had a rent in it where
l.trneeded to draw its supplies from an -and presently the smoke stock of a were carried on almost openly. very well -this week and at the auction for the fifth judicial circuit.. before the entire, duties of that office

flotilla. showed through the impending Though the public applauded Presi- the range was 130270. At the democratic primary will be for.several years past. and in the doing -
baustless well. He sank a few miinrt I
Wednesday's sale there !1.II found elsewhere In of which has shown -
gloom. dent Grant's saying "Let no guilty were our columns. conspicuous
Jf" __-. '_. 'was n_ _forpprt_____ out___ wh..n n___ _ -- round on our weather gage! The man ,escape" a good many more did I boxes of Florida ruby blood oranges Mr. Davis is now In the prime and ability,
ffiflflofls more would have sufficed
1. ; le:threw up his hands almost in the Jjjidlet promised that the Japanesewere escape than would'escape nowadays which ranged U.25@3.35.. ... vigor of manhood. He Is thirty-six He stands well with his fellow mem-

coming. but the Kid. whose In the thousands ,of years of recorded .: years of age.. He entered a law officein bers of the Ocala bar .and is extremely -
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i renee of victory. As certain astlilun
I. shines the Lake Okeechobee memory goes apace further back- human life human, nature has I The Montgomery Cooperage Company this city in 1SSS and was admitted i popular throughout the circuit

rebuked him and said it would be none changed but little. It has changed a No More. to the bar in 1892 As he did not Mr. Davis has been a member of the
I tegion VIU one day blossom like the I .
: ..- other than the Spaniards. Slowly. good deal less in the last three-quar- possess the wealth of a Rockefeller or Marion county executive committee for
'N. As lure as the Isthmaln
majestically fleet came on. And ters half and a quarter of a century. The following bit of news from the a Flagler he studied 'law in the sumtner the past two years being the committeeman '.

3 $ completed will there be a waterway now it passed in solemn review-si- Even reverence for ancestry will Montgomery Advertiser of Thursdayis and worked in winter doing what- for the Ocala district. He has..

across the CaloosahatcheeKIssimmee lent phantom like in the offing-prows not permit us, in face of cold fact to of interest to the many readers of ever came to his hands. After he wasadmlted1. always been a democrat and is in liner

; nd county from the At- southward, ana read strange, cabilistic believe that our fathers and grandfathers this paper. be started out upon his own with his party on all measures and -4
fiaxiue'to the Gulf of
Mexico shortening words "Evansville," and St. Louis." were very much better than "By an order made yesterday by responsibility and as his success depended has never bolted a nomination.Mr. .
E the distance between
the gu1F and 'SL' Paul" upon wheelhouses; we are. Judge Thomes B. Jones of the United upon ,his efforts he. addressed Davis was married In 1892 and :

rn and the ports of the east Atlaaflc barricaded with pine against the ele There has come one change how- States court the cooperage plant of himself industriously to his -profession I has a most interesting famfly. '. .

L many hundreds of miles. ments. They proved to be ever. The public is less tolerant of Jacksonville Fla., one of the largest and his ability was soon recog- | It elected to the position which he
?Th& east coast of Florida is rapid- Ohio and Mississippi steamboats superannuate I graft and grafters than it used to be. creditors a of the :Montgomery Hardwood nized. S seeks the state's Interests will-be safe .

\\f flSIng up. The Flagler .. ,
railway connecting .. charteded by Flagler for lumber ser- It has a higher moral code and will and Cooperage Company, was Mr. Davis entered into copartnership in his hands. He is fearless in the

"', the railway systems on the vice upon the construction' between have a still higher one and a half allowed to purchase'all the material, with Mr. Neal }I. Allrt d. .' the prosecution of eases and while fearlessis

Lnoth: with Key West. -with the prom- Miami and Key West. Only this and century hence. of the latter company for $17,000. present state attorney for this dis- just and tolerant His maximla
l increased railway speed will nothIng more. Of course this is no argument "for "Creditors of the Montgomery Company triet. In 1902.: and the firm made a to let no guilty man escape and also q

;make it possible presently to travel Out at the end of the pier. where the condoning of offenses of today. It it will be remembered, filed most enviable reputation. to punish no man unless his guilt is

i f3ohu.!r night from the Hudson to the SL the porpoise and the shark dance the is only a tip to pessimists that there a petition about two weeks ago. to After Mr. Allred's failing health Mr. f clearly established.

The gold mines in the Klon- declare the
still Is hope of company bankrupt, andJacques
cancan tothe music of an Aeolin harp progress fightIng
eand in South Africa; the silver Leob. of Montgomery was appointed ------- -- ---- -. --- -
for-Palatka News. .
''an something flashed in the sunlight out
gold, sideshows. In Colorado and receiver by Judge Jones.
of a bunch of sea weed that, joggled ---
{L.mda.are turning out the precious Mr. Joseph H. Bell. "Acting as receiver Mr. Leob filed a
meWs faster than against a pile. The Kldlet thought it : .. ... ., ." '
commerce can di- motion win me court setting lortn Ocala Furniture
< was a mermaid and the Kid a dolphinfor Conpny. -
fgest them,_amounting for the mam- The office of county judge of Marion that there was sufficient ,material on -
sure. It proved to be bottle,
th fortunes.. that know not what to : county is to be filled at the election hand to manufacture 26,000 barrels
rnm :with tightly corked and sealed and on the
themselves.- The money scep- : in November next and Mr. JosephIL and asked for an order to operate the
torn label of which still adhering to
-has already' departed from L mtkw Belt in a card printed elsewhere plant and manufacture the material
the glass the legend -Old Charter" There is Nothing Too Good For You
street and come to Wall Street announces himself a candidate for the which he valued at J12.700.
might be vaguely disciphered. A mes-,
[ !
vp :York is the money center fbrlstlandom. nomination before the democratic pri "The creditors of the company opposed -
sage from the vastly deep! At last
.. Twelve hours from maries. the motion and it has'been art
fXeY the sea had given up its secret Big .
tork the tropics, bursting with Mr. Bell is a native of this city having gued for two days before Judge Jones. ,

pauriance. of limitless production, sis. whose imagination is no slouch on been born here in 1879. He Is the Yesterday rning an order was made That's ,a brnad statement but It h Ids f x>d. for you will surelr regret

Jfceckon the surplus millions. What'Jha11lhe such occasions already pictured the son of tie f late Joseph B. Bell, who by Judge Jones granting the motion of buying cheap furniture. Noir that does not mean"that you

.>",-> magnates do with their ac. shipwreck. the struggle of the sailorsto came to Ocala In the early 50's and Receiver Leob. Thereupon the Jacksonville should >pay an exhurbitant price for your goods,;and if you would.

jertuons; ? Rockfeller and Carnegie rescue the woman and children was a prominent business man in* the company proposed to pay ,know where ynu can. .rt the best goods at lower prices' than you :
- the last hope gone and the final j.
J,>duced- in their wits to penury.. to ab- early life u or this city. $17,000 for the material which the receiver are paving som iher place. *" -
fond farewell of the loved ones. 4 <-
....t" wanMn seeking some, practical Mr. Bell studied law in the office I valued at J12.000, after due con- --' -
We opened the bottle-In point of -
-wt&t: Dome' recompense and relief' of CoL O. T. Green for four years sideration Judge Jones made an order f
are fact busted its neck o against a convenIent -
.....- giving the stuff away Within ten and afterwards took a law course at for the sale.

-it ywrs, there will no longer. be any bulk head. Trembling we the University of Virginia .and was "This means that the plant of the Smith & Roberts
. took the neatly folded paper thence.It .
irate. places or cheap realty on thee admitted to practice In October 1902. Cooperage Company in north Montgomery a
read. "Miss Annie M'Laughlin keepsas
w.> -of the road from. St. Augustne He w"as. appointed' to the office of will suspend operations untilit .
fc old and as pure Burbon whiskey as
Key West and the flood will begin county judge of Marion county 'pn is cold by order of the court

!?;Pour down the gulf coast toward was ever" fotched out of the bluegrass August 5, 1905. by Governor NapoleanB. '" ill talL pleasure in showing yu the best goods at the lowest ,

ih : Tampa country. H. w. Why Bad? price Everything In the furnl ure linE at consistent prices. :
Bay and, Charlotte Harbor ___, Bcoward after the death of Judge
:; Robert Bullock and since that time The Tampa Times confesses that -
l ig the Flagler Improvements has filled the office in a most accep- there is not a neighborhood in any "

! k the, west coast table manner. county in Florida that has not had
moreattracth'e, ;; ;
g ..the- east coast But. whether, it According Much Ba4 to Weather DeVoe There During Will the be Mr. Bell became a member of the identically the same experience that ........... ...eeae..e

ft :.not, It cannot be held back when Month. Ocala Rifles in 1897 and now holds the :Mr. Close and other vegetable grow-I .

the,,rojden- tide sets in and begins to place of second lieutenant in that organization. ers named by us and it .:. : b4 FOROId Joe .

and the heavens of the west our railroad commission Is powerless I : LOOK
Marchill be a cold stormy month t
t is.the region immediately about1rers and there will be a heavy rainfall over When :Mr Bell received the telegram to do any good in the premises. but .I Ito THE SEAL Old Hare*st .

! and Sanibel Island. Tampa the southern states. 6th to 7th cold stating that he had been, appointed it says that the Ocalrf Banner's plan .

!?odt but Punta Gorda Is better- wave. 8th to 9th pleasant 10th to 12th to the .office of judge by Governor do away with the commission is .D .5. Old McBrayer -

*kr:,more at sea-which is only to : On the 10th a great storm will form Broward. this paper spoke of him and bad. .. .

* h .t. his appointment as follows Why bad }I Mark Rogers
Charlotte :
Harbor f.
fs a finer ovar the Missouri valley and ,move I .
of water than the I Mr. Joseph H. Bell received a telegram If it is useless,and a costly luxury, .
bay of Tampa.
< southward. causing snow and a blizzard -
t la wanted Saturday afternoon from his why retain itt f Q r Old Charter I
down here ,
just now over the. northern states. and very :
I fIAt
-i1 Sister, :Miss Jefferson -
&!s, "You just Bell who is at ,
walt: observed heavy rains and danger of floods over

lfe to me the other day with the southern section. 13th to 14th Tallahassee, congratulating ,him upon the conclusion of his speech on '!i I T' t'ii -- Mt- Vernon, I

'tlltenuous, wisdom "till Lee county cold waves 15th to 16th cloudy and his appointment by the governor to the the railroad rate bill,. Senator Forak- ; 1/y ( --.5

?l11Ore- office of jud e of the county court for er, of Ohio, said it is not either easy : "
population and see is we threatening. 17th to l&ta rain or Cascade and
this or agreeable to differ with the president '
&o Jt county.
it to ole Steve Sparkman snow. 19th to 20th pleasant. 21st to j '
te The telegram stated that the Yet congressmen. who conceive i
him jump. He meant that 22nd pleasant 23rd to 25th: on the commission
representative had been duly signed and it to be their duty ought not to'hes- other High i
from the congress- 23rd the equinox will develop a great
sealed and was on its way to Ocala. itate to do so. This Is what makes ,
Mr. Steve: M. Sparkmen storm over the Gulf of Mexico, which I .

-It-,of" Tampa devotes himself main"Q will advance northward causing snow. :Mr. Bell! Is a native *f this city and this country the great country that (!' 41 jGrade W hislcey,

iaose* his parents and were all it is and differentiates it from almost
: counties that violent i grandparents
"count" jnQe turning to rain accompanied by .
tfa residents here and were pioneers to all other countries. While not agree- --
and I suppose he is right local thunder storms and warmer .
in the county. ing or disagreeing with Senator For- : Visit .. .
[ An Unexpected :r .. -
4end.. however, as Schley said weather. :Sth to 29th. local showers. I t I : .
Mr. Bell is an excellent young man. aker in his position on the rate bill I I :, 'i I
. glory at Santiago where there : 29th to.31 blusty. ., I :.!, .
. ambitious and of splendid characterand we honor him for addressing himself May be an old friend or a ," -." .
,, i money for Florida both In the -- !
attainments.. He read law in the to what he conceive to be his duty new business acquaintance. :
f-nd! harbors bills, and in other A Cbicaga Alderman Owes His Election :
of development "enough for to Chamberlain's Cough office with :Mr. O, T. Green and lateron although in doing so he comes to the Be ready for him .

' Remedy. "parting of the ways" with the president .
attended lectures at the UnIversity
t with a case of assorted .
heartily and conscientiously
r I can 5
f of Virginia and was admitted to i
below recommend Chamberlain's Cough i
Naples Is Marco. There ; I Scotch Irish; brandies .
' Remedy for effectlons of the throat the bar here'several years ago. "

:making of a perfect harbor and lun.'3"' says Hon. John Schnick. Mr. Bell was receiving the congratulations Hon. Frank Clark has failed to obj j t i .I whiskies. rye burbon. ) -
.54 breakwater Is'a11 that Naples %:!O So. Peoria street. Chicaga. Two
his tam sea island cotton seed for his | wines etc.We will f & 11iW
e4- Nature indeed has done more years ago during a political campaignI of friends all the after- .t put ,i .
caught cold after being overheated noon. We believe that he constituents, because of the seed trust i
will. makea .
-'tithe Florida than for the Italian which irritated my throat and I was I .I you up a dozen or more I )

"IikisU14. The scenery of course. is compelled to stop as could not Capable and acceptable official and organized by the South Carolina cotj j Quart bottles to meet just 1'Y/ -

speak aloud. In my extremity my we extend to him our very cordial ton growers. Our editor made this [ : / II

-t4ttIerent., Palermo seems more friend advised me'10 use Chamber- congratulations. effort some time ago and was confronted { such emergencies and i ; i iyou'll
Ift ufesue than of lain's1 Cough Remedy. I took took J ;
the "crackers" -
broke elth- -
:>"I not "go f ,
obstacle. ,
' two doses that afternon and could not with the same Thus. i .I .

: But southern Italy Is a great believe my senses when I f->und next For Rent-Two miles south of Ocala two great men have made a failure. t .I er, paying .for the goods :

/ -a and not in issue whilst little morning the' inflammation had largely I 2T acres of fertile wen rested Hammock Jasper X ws. -' we supply.OCflU.

Jaathern.. Florida Is right at hand. subsided. I took several doses that I land cleared;. unfenced. Apply. I .
: day. kept rIght'on takingthrough the 149 Lime street 2-23-4t -

,. with richness., I observe that campaign and I thank this medicine -- Hon. W. A. Fulton of Brooksville : HOUSE WINE ROOMS. : z
;' 'my that I won my seat in the counciL"
critics writ-
speak! my Mr Frank L. I
This remedy is for sale by all drug Watson of Citra. spent was prominent visitor to OcaJa Mon

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'I : DOINGS OVER THE COUNTY. The Times-Union has apparentlyset

I itself the task of convincing Gov-
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ernor Broward that his !;\'ergladesdralnag
scheme "hadn't orter" be BALLARDSHOREHOUND
: prosecuted further; the Ocala BannerIs
-- ---- -- doing its level best to drive the

J'INE PENCILINGS. DOINGS IN DAISY. DAISY. Florida Railroad Commission out of

: -- busIness-or into business t ; some of
: :r Special Correspepdence Oala Banner. Special Correspondency Ocala Banner. The farmers are busy! preparing the. the rest of us are hard? at it endeavorIng i

Mr. :. R. Thomas.went to MIcanopy Everything is humming In this sec I land for corn. to penetrate the'awful and cavernous I

tola week and took part in the orgaBlzatlon tion. Daisy is on a boom. The roads The turpentine operAtors are searing gloom that envelops the secret .. D.PERMANENTLY.
sessions of the Board of Pardons '
4f of a K. of P. lodge at that are getting in very good travelling I. the side of the trees as the weather
and drag to light the dread mysteryof
: is warm and mild. *
condition. Everybody well and doing .
place, since which time he has been.
F?# welL The business of Hodges & O'- | Mr. Hens the woodsrider of this its motives for repeated, clemencyto

eomewhat '"lame" on account of the I killed Cooper; Brother ,Caldwell, ot the
berg the
Hara in this place is on the move. biggest rattle snake

b eevereness of the "goat. Everything .in every direction is look- that we have ever head of being killed Jasper News, has passed into the secondary CURES I

: I ,stages of his gigantic, single-
Mrs.. Julia ThomM has moved from Ing up. The prospects for spirits and In this section. It measured ten feet CONSUMPTION COUGHS COLDS
banded with that flaming ;
_____ r her old home-The Horshoe-and Is rosins are better than ever. Under the long and had sixteen rattles and a ASTHMA, SORE THROA, HOARSENSa' '

of the button. dragon and destroying monster knownas WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP
supervision Harper sawmill I
located in Peter Stanley'sew
: omfortably .
the. Buckman law not to mention
is running at, full blast Orders Our 'neighbor. Mr. Charles Martin DO NOT DELAY
home in west Pine his unprecedented achievement in totally -
can't be filled fast enough. Everybody who with his family some ten days ago Until
the drain
___- ; Mr. A. P. Monroe the purchaser of moved to Plant reversing, all by himself, the late on your'system produces permanent disability The in
4 is wanting lumber. We are sbrry ror City has returned. breathing machinery is wonderful.system of tubes and cells. To haft-

the "'Horseshoe" property Is moving the accident that happened to Mr. Bald- Well Mr. Martin, we are glad to have erroneous decision' the supreme health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of foL1

there. win. His horse ran away and turned you back. court of. Florida, on the constitutionality tance. yet if it was known by it's proper name -throat InnammS
of that measure and remandiiig "congestion of the lungs, its dangerous character wouldiffS5
the vehicle upside down, throwinghim :Mr. Harper is on the sick list. as is
Mrs.' Ella Brown, who has been dated. When a'cold makes its appearance use at once Ballard'
the case to the sovereign people fora ,
also Mr. Johnson. jj.
out. No serious damage was hound Syrup which will i
visiting her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. L speedily overcome it. ,

W. Boring, has returned to her home done, however. except to the vehicle. Hope I will have more to write next new trial at the polls; down in WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Acton.! S';

Tampa the Herald stands stern collected LINIMENT applied to the throat and
time, as the writer Is chest gives wonderful
in South Carolina. Well friends I 'have said all I can on the sick reJief
4t j list and resolute, resisting the encroachment Btlltrd'a Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the Y oIentj&l'QIysmt a
The cold wave.a few days since j I on this line. I shall try another. F M. I ighing. IT IS THE ONLY COUGH REMEDY THAT- of
of despotic judiciary
.' touched this section with icy fingers, I POSITIVELY) CURE WHOOPING COUGH AND Cfl1ID. ...
ANTHONY S and bleeding copiously from a $100 ----- :
i' ao lightly however. that no damagewas Advice to Young Men. I
i wound received in the noble cause of BEST FOR CHILDREN ];
done even to the orange blooms the architects 1 Special Correspondence Ocala Banner. the freedom of the \press; Sharpshooter Mn. Maud Adams Ooldthwalte Tex.,writes:-"I hare used B&Barft ..,:
The groves here are in excellent con- Young men you are J Horehound Syrup and find It the BEST medicine for croup coogiu
of fortunes. After a silence of some time may I Collins, of The True Democrat, Isup cold My children use 1$and It Upleasaat SO take and quickly and* -
litlon and bid fair to yield a big crop your own cnret1 /j
own strength of ask space again in your valuable paper a tree picking offi incautious members SAFE AND SURE Three '
Rely Sizes
.f fruit upon your 25c 50c $
Mr. Joe Ik Higglnbotbam who is body and souL Take for your guiding ? of the administration every time n.ChIlllna'ruorite 1emec17 E'tJ7I.Ult C2uaatuj, }

self and Mr. Elaine Martin and family has they expose themselves; 'and yet ther
star reliance, faith. honesty
l'r' engaged in putting timber from the I. Industry. Inscribe on your banner this moved to Silver Springs. We regret i are people right here in this state who Ballard Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis Mo -
woods to the railroad of the King
motto: "Luck is a Fool, Pluck Is a very much losing such good neighbors, Lumber is to his
Company. on a visit
Hero." .. but glad to say they don't live too far :sleepless sentinel on the watchtowerf
home at Yulee. We are pleased to SOLD AND RECOMMENDED
Don't take much to visit us often. <<< the commonwealth and the true
too advice. Keep ,
BOte the fact that this gentleman ALL DRUGGISTS. ',
at Mr. :Moore and Mr. Claude McRae; 'J j alladium; of our constitutional rights .;,
helm. Paddle
contemplates making his future home your your'own canoe. ,
that of Silver Springs, were the guests t ind our blood-bought liberties. We
Remember the great art of com; :
1. at Pine. Besides adding to our school 5--

interests he is a wealthy citizen. We manding is to take a fair share of the of Mr. and Mrs. Hillman. i uspect however* that such ingrates. THE i

work. Miss Annie Hillman .spent a few will; be found, upon investigation, to
Don't practice too much humil-
welcome him and make only one request -
4I ity. Think well of yourself. Strikeout days at Silver Springs last week the 1>e delinquent subscribers without ex-

-- *V= that he may know more of the Aim I guest of Mrs. J. S. Everett. i high.Assume your own po- Marion CorS pal'
people and the county here. We suggest I

:' --i a subscription to the Ocala Ban- sition. Remember that on a rough road Mr. Frank Smith, living just ease' e lebt by impeaching the .consid ration. )

1 of Anthony, has sold his nlace to Mr. --Live Oak Democrat
that the small potatoes )
all fret to the -
""'P.. .....
'.- --Pardon our delay in writing* Have bottom. Rise above, the envious and J Moore who is superintendent of the, '_- -' I 1

Renz carpenter _cren. at Silver If every newspaper in the land hvere
seen moving, building, marking pigs, jealous. ,
Energy Invincible determination Springs. suppressed for five years, crime, cor- -HEADQUARTERS -
? and, farming all at one time. There's.J.
Misses Grace and Nellie Meadows ruption in government and public robbery
with motives -
right and high resolvesare
thousand and
one things going undone
: now. It is half past bed time the levers that move the world. two of Tampa's charming young ladies, would be the rule rathen than the American Wire Fencing, :

Don't drink, are the guests of their sister Mrs. exception. The people of this
K2 mow aM'the farm and Mrs. Stanley is don't chew don't smoke coun-

L calling me to rock the baby. don't deceive, don't read small novels Sam Lamb, for a few days. try 'owe a never ending ,debt of grat- Sash, Doors and Blinds '

; Mr. James Lovell < spent Saturday itude to the newspapers.-Chattanooga
'But don't marry until you are able to sup- -
with all that I am happy in my
S. \ night and Sunday with his News. Paints. Oils and Varnishes
..-! *ld country home I eat more at one port a wife, be .in earnest be self reliant parents, I S ,

4- 'meal here than th ee of your night be generous, and civil Read the i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bassett. i The Houston Chronicle scores the '. Mill and 1

Miss Levia Atwater is on the sick: "caucus" rule as undemocratic, Mining Supplies,
1T' printers would eat aj! lay newspapers advertise your business, i yet 1" "', ,
-I 1 And there's muue that Inspires make money and do good with It. list this week., everybody clapped their hands when : 1;,r ', :' Turpentine
I i. Snpplies
I Love Mr. Duffie Peebles and Mr. Hamp Senator Bailey scored Senator Patterson ': 1 < J .
your God your country and .
your "
? the soul as well a. .3 appetite. '

'I4 ; Eighty hens an "e women folks fellow man. Love truth and virtue. Price were guests at the home ft Mr. for refusing to be bound by It. In .f / ( V-:I* ". : Improved" Farming Tc"

and Mrs. Hlllman's the latter part of most cases the caucus Is but ltf "
of Obey the aws. a ..party'club.Gonzales. f ? *
full day
_i gather aprons eggs every *] "" '
If this last week. (Tex.), t' t ,
advice be Inquirer.
The pigs come to my sailing i the dogs Implicitly followedby I 'f t Li
young men the millenium will not Miss Beulah Waldron of Arcadia, : < -
sleep and the sheep 'bell jingles on GET-OUR PRICES a
is guest of the Misses General J. M. Shofield, a majorgeneral
kt be far off. << Leitner's of .
the old field.
this place. in the Federal army and who Was S ', V
: The the sweet meadow FARAWAY MOSES. S
: cows brousevon '
f Mr.Jake Leitner is also home on conspicuous in the Civil war died at \
grasses and the milk is beautiful' ; > b
_ Augustine
Stetson short visit' Monday. Gen. Sho- ,
and the butter firm and frealu, University. ,
I :Monday night Mrs. Tom Leitner, field was a cla&s mate of the late Col. _
Li The quack of the wild duck mingles Marion
: A number of nanprs. in.. thi. nn.i nth_ and daughters were the hostesses of James L. White, of this county and I Hardware Compail ;
---- ---- ---
with the bob white's call at sunrise I his I
was life long friend. .
_ a
: and the flowers are everywhere' lend er states are bemoaning the fact that very enjoyable party. The night it

the venerable was at its best. The .,h
_ charm to the beauty of nature and to philanthropist,. John B. soft bright While General Warran Keifer -..: p,
Stetson made no provision: In his will splashes of moonlight fell here and wants
perfume and sweeten the air- the
i --j. representation of the South 01
for the university at DeLand which he there with noiseless wings shooting'r
_ It is well to be here. Come out Bro. In Congress cut down his progressive LANDS. TJ

,. ,. Harris cares and for rest a day.your'mlnd, from, lierary But did, so much much of this for, during worry we his hope lifeUm\will r hceeks.beautiful through the young windows maiden's.'falling, on blushing some constituents believe in in Springfield going to, 0.,the. root evidently .11) IIIe

be The
-i uncalled for and we feel confident guests began to arriveat *
Wish : you were here for breakfast of the evil and cutting down the 3 IeI'
L :"in: the morning; But we can't tell it I that the widow of Mr. Stetson will not 7 o'clock'till quite a merry crowd th mse1ves.-T m .Union. S If youhav&1and you wish to sell lease or rentl

4 -all you know. .' forget this noble institution and the had assembled. Then they began to --- -- -- or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing,

_ Til come again. I I Interest ;taken. in its welfare by her play many interesting games after : turpentining 'or lumber purposes. e11

V' PETER STANLEY. late husband. which all adjourned to the dining room -. tib

I t r' ., -_ But should this prove to be the where they found a dainty arranged SKIN ECZEMA er
case, there are other men of means table where Mrs. Leitner served choc-
.. who are interested in education, andit olate and the daintiest of cakes. Never : ,
is quite Certain that a place of did the young ladies look more
; Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: IN WORST FORM BLdUNT

The frost several days ago did some, learning so well b gun will not bet charming than they did in white linen I I I S REAL ESTATE COOCALA

allowed to pass out of existence on suits and in Alice Blue silk. The
damage to the vegetable growers of .
I account of the death of one man. guests departed for their homes at a FLORIDA. 1
this section, but the orange growers late hour DI..I. Ol--L- ill .. j -
are happy over the fact that the but Stetson university is a credit to the with happy hearts, and Ula opioienes; AII uver face- 4W

state of Florida, and a credit to the wishing that the losses Leitner would : .... ,
were .uninjured. Produced Severe ItchingYear'sTreatment I II 11 ... )- !III-' .AI o:
-- Baptist church, and js an established to give many more such parties. j
'The farmers are all taking advantage CAPITAL )0.
i) of the rainy spell to plant corn place of 'learning that the entire people .I BLUE BELL. by Physicians! Did No $50,000.00' ; la

: of Florida would not allow to be Good and Became .
.. ?". and cotton. GRINER FARM. I Despondent- laiirl
disturbed for the want I
>'- Miss Lillie' White is visiting friends we hope to: see It prosper In'money.the and 'Special, Affected Parts Now Clear as Ever President, T. T. Munroe. ', '
years Correspondence ,
Jacksonvl le. "
c I Ocala Banner* Vice-Predident, Z. C. Chambliss. ,! .
come, the same as thous? the people It :Alabama Lady's i* '
: :v Miss ;Rebecca; :Nix visiting friends appears that Griner Farm has an- ; Cashier J. B. Brooks.' '-' "; '\ it!
; never known It bore the name other I ,
k at Kendrick this week. correspondent and since it may r :OD
of the
good man whi did .'
so much
Oar public school is grow motonous to
:. progressing our readers to read CURE BY THE h
make it known I
,. filcely. I throughout the land. the .same news twice I
may to.
: Mr John T. Lewis paid Ocala a Though Mr. Stetson be dead, the dreaming. If I should, Mr. Editor, j CUTICURAREMEDIES I rr(TI.

-.: short visit, a few days last week and university will live.-Gainesville Sun. These blame the Fates; don't consure me. -_. i* CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK I te1

reports politics at the balmy spring "About !
'-. county capital The Czar Needs a Medium.: days are enough four years ago I was afflicted ,';all
beginning to warm up. He the 'I to make anyone dreamy with black splotches
says and if not over jay face : OF OCALA i 1rf
and few ..:.
:. general opinion Is that after the 'meetrIng constantly on the alert, or busied in a covering my body which ___ '' <<
Special to the Ocala Banner: produced a severe itching irritation and +
of the executive committee f or field they I
may which
t Brooklyn :N. Y., March 6.-The"Rev. grow sleepy caused me a great deal of annoy. .;1ht
will open up in earnest and candidates ." too.We ance and suffering,to such an extent that I -
May S.
: for the various offices will be First Pepper. pastor of the I may: expect to hear much I was forced to call in two of the leading III i DIRECTORS. t
baking the hand of the'"dear voter"to Spiritual Church of Brooklyn, singing in the near future for physicians of my town. After a thor 5- 1

;' .. a finish. has practically decided to sever her f I new books have been many ough examination of the dreaded com S J. K. Christian. R. S. Hall fral

; '. connection with the purchased and plaint they announced it to be skin
,. ; Brooklyn churchon Jhe young people meet eczema in its I Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe
once worst form.
I. a week They
to treated
-' Florida and Her Riches. June 1, next and to accept an offer practice. me for the same for the length of H. A. Ford Z. C. Cb2.fl'I 'iI' prP.

to go to Russia as a prints medium. f n... .", n.,1 .__-' .. year but the trwitrnpnt... AA Y>'o __one_..J \P.

; I Florida is rich in potter's clay; the It is understood that Mrs. Pepper--has---- I J farmers= uuuei-staau,are going mat a number of our "Finally I became.vuv despondent vuuUlCUUgUOU.and i I jJht

to raise decided to discontinue t .. .
been pumpkins their rmc -
'Tr best market for the coarser wares of offered splendid financial Inducement I this year to services. Y':?!'' _-Mi (

E ::: the Trenton and Liverpool to come' to Russia in the compete for the prize offered Shortly afterwards.,my husband in read I -"-'--,---- ']
k potteries is capac- for the largest ing a copy ,of a weekly ,New York I ---- -- i-..
ity of I But .
South America which a Spiritualistic Medium to the : paper saw an --. ----_ -
stands ready to ; the. greatest prize to, advertisement of the Cuti- -- --- -

take all Florida can send. In New Czar. It is well known that the Em- : bf having any farmer would cura Remedies. He purchased the entire -' SS t'9f

peror of Russia Is enough pumpkins, large of outfit,and after using the ,, '
Jersey and Ohio ingredients must: be a strong believerin small,. stored of the first bottle e
away to feed of Cuticura
the Resolvent (
imported from all things supernatural and particu- } stock in tf
Florida through the connection with the
winter. Cutieura
.., .. could save that expense, but it does larly in spiritualism and psychic phenomena. .. so, too, M... Editor? Don't you think and Ointment, the breaking out entirely Soap S. i'l
'. ". not pay to ship the clay and we haveno |I The 'young stopped. :I continued the use of the [
i Cuticura taI
people of GrIner Remedies
potteries I I; shoUld farm for six months, and
Invest after
Governor Broward is In bicycles, that every splotch
now busily en- with miles was entirely r
-_ Oak and hemlock for :i rc
tanning are j and gone and the
miles of affected
gaged in hard road parts were left
making preparations I how as
to drain they
i becoming costly-Florida has I j i could clear as ever. I (tot<
the ride have
tanning and what not felt a
S the fun. -
'S Everglades. symp
everywhere in her palmetto, of Owing to the great ![, These beautiful, tom of the eczema since, which was three
"the richest and best amount of work and worry attached !I nights are the most pleasant years ago."The COMMERCIAL BANK I IS l1tn
i; times
to the venture for wheeling Cutieura Remedies
would it
not be a good parties. not only ,
: Some j Iihe
of us tell j cured
eagerly how easy It idea to wait until the Panama Canals !I i Miss Sims of West Griner Farm'pent me of that dreadful disease, 4

."S : was for the first qomers to get rich. IS dug and have the I Monday: with the eczema, but other complicated troubles OCALA, FLE.S ') f'/-'
: S It is also plain that the last same force move | Misses Luff- as well: and I have been the means of ea
comer will man.
their machinery over the vTAWNEY others being cured Branch of Commercial Bank 'of Jacksonville.
: ha've enough on Three ; of the same disease 'Ot,6
; material for
wealth If he
by the

(' 4 S. possess but the industry and spirit,of drainage Friends and make" short work of the J i iii-.. MANE hesitate Cuticura in saying Remedies that the and Resolvent I don't '
: proposition? The ii i. i.i i i It;
: those amount of i is the '
who best
preceded i Congressman blood ,
him. If you want I Sparkman medicine that the world I .
to'get rich money paid in attorney's fees by the [he announces has ever known." Lizzie ,
& come to bur fact E. 'S
Florida that Sledge ;
when Internal there is ;''' :
Improvement Fund would foundation 540 ," ,.,.... "" I
:.jou get for Jones Ave. S --'
> here use brain the .
your as well as pay for the work I rumor that, the Government Oct.28, J905. 0,
i: few .
a Selma
'your hands. years.' .' ,
-Lakeland News., .Will abandon bold throughout :"i." '
the ,
the worti! Ug
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z Gadsden County Tlmi's.. military posts at liOcH .oi Cotlem&w&fiLofaiU: I )" I .,
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':ERY' truck -farmer va1u.'! oi the, Everglade" 'lands'. ,, as 'su NAVAL STORES MARKET. a BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR DAVD
: ; '- CA'lTR'UCK. S WOODROW ;'
'- i1.oRI! >
gar-producing lands No where else, -' ,

: knows (or ,ought. to he. said could be 'obtained 3,000,000 Rosin Moved up Five Points Duringthe -- ,,:

tr f Past Week. Tomatoes will Move the Latter Partof REAL ESTATE. _
that POTASH ,
/know) acres of land admittedly suitable for the Month-Pineapple and Potato -. S .
.; .
H -
; sugar with '
production :'soil
!dispensable for pro quality' with: uniform It is estimated 'that Mityone.: cents Crop Will be Better than Room. Post ffice Block Oca i Fla
; with climate conditions. During the Past Season. \
could' be had for May-August: turpen.
thick Ideal and with the sugar already'produced ; I
: : tine if a fairly good block were of- : -'
on drained portions of this ,
:; for these months. At 60 cents The Florida truckers season is now
,i land, admitted by no less an authority -
the in earnest and from now on until '
products to show on
continnue :
-'liberal quantity of j than Dr. Wiley, chief chemist of the I ZEdUTT PqOPEIjTY( OH PUBLIC SQUARE. :
Indifference and the total sales to this
months all
I Department of Agriculture the the last of the sumn- j I 1 / .
are estimated by several not to exceed and fruits be t : -,
with kinds of vegetables will s
iH ,along ;amplents United States to be the best in the
world. two thousand casks. The out- passing through Jacksonville in car The two story brick house on t his property must be removed md it

; of phosphoric acid If immigrants I look does not indicate that there will car load lots en route to the northern will be sold cheap as It stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage OB f-'.
are secured, this is
'- '- be much further advance sales of this markets.At the public square is still unsold. ". '
nitrogen, is vital to what they must be put to doing. 'The
article. Each at'sixtyone cents iti
present. celery. cabbage and let- .'
cost of. \
clearing one half million acres
truck growing. of hammock land and preparing it ,for I, not believed that any great amount ing but there is still a quantity of oranges -

I cultivation of sugar he estimated at could be had. going. t(} the northern' markets. ZEBUTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. ond NORTH FIRST ST .

Truck Farming," an interesting book from I 5 to 13 i\iUion of dollars, while It 'Is stated that some brokers have The tomato crop on the east coast

\' --.Vfth practical truck raising and rahisfc all lad orders from American consumersto this.season Is estimatedat about 350- .
that is to
farmer will be necessary prepare the The North west corner lot 29 feet street and 84 feet
: erjr truck sent to buy In advance for these monthsat 000 crates, and will commence to move facing Magnolia

: r r,ca. request, free of any cost or ,everglades for this purpose, is to'cut I sixty cents showing that the lesson about the latter part of March and on North 'First street facing the Go vernment Public Building site is sun
through the
rock ledge that surrounds of last spiing and early summer continue until the first o'f June. On unsold also the lot immediately south of It 28 feet by 84 feet.
and let the water run off. I ,
iIMrcu i. GERMAN KALI WORks.yt43 1 has not been forgotten and that the accountof wet weather during previous -

Hta Street or s.\ Feasibility, of Project. at least, to .
AtUnU..of G22X So. BroJ Stft.t.jiROWARD consumers prefer get months 'throughout the ,
*- Taking up the feasibility of the { south.1 '
project I spirits In advance at 60 cents to 70 the tomato crop, according to '
,_,"i(. .-> OCKLflWAHA AVEHUE" .
Governor T
.- ... Broward dWt:1tIn the cents, as they were called on to do last mates of a well informed man, will be m : < ;
DEFENDS fact that I f
pkeechobee is 21 feet above -
year.. It does not look, though as if about 700,000 crates short this sea-

t AGE OF THE EVERGLADES the sea level and that water runs they would succeed In their desire to son. The Iota known as the Philbrick lot on the south side of this avenue ', _

::]<%>* down hilL, Here he produced his maps secure advanced supplies for them- This crop will be at least a month between the residence of Mrs. Austi n, and Mr. T. B. Snyder Is for sala-

:.project is Feasible and is of showing that the lakes; were higher selves in this way. The outlook is and a half late moving. but it is said This Is a large lot having 140 feet fr ontage and being 244 feet deep and b -

>' .aunt! Importance-Ideal' Landsj'.Purpose than the surrounding country, and that the demand in the forepart of that the crop Is- In a fine condition well above the level of the street.
and to Be Obtained further
strenghtening his argument by
the coming season. for spot turps will and the east coast tomatoes this sea-
; at-Small Cost. relating the
occasions when the
ee exceedingly good, some think almost ,on will be finer than ever before.

----- Okeechobee had overflowed and inundated unprecedented, as result of a The potato ,crop is estimated at

!I.u9r: Braward spoke to an openI' the lands of producers situatedat general prosperous condition of aUkout '150.000 barrels.. This crop will I R TAIL PRICE LIST OF

foot of Main Street a great distance from it. .
; at the this and other large consuming tkrt about April 1st, and will continue

: Saturday night to a He also pointed out the great territory countries. 4 Despite the until about the middle of May. This I, WHISKIES, WINES, BEER AND MALT.

that Is drained by the St., Johns .
in defense of his ; talk of substitutes, they appears season's potato crop will be one of
river despJte the fact that the flow of .
& Everglades.. to have made little headway any the finest in the history of the east

spoke In substance ..as the St. Johns is not one tenth .as steepas I I where unless it be in England, where- coast mRESS l'mAID. Bulk goods-Jugs frec-\ot 1)repa1d.FutJ .

would be the flow from Okeechobee Ito' the chle!'etrorts appear to be makingto The pineapple crop for this seasonis Qt. }feuure...., 4 2ts 6 Qts.. u QU SO o per(al1on. Rye Gia,Co.D.. Good Grde
::311303; the Hunting Club Rye ,_ ._., p 6 $4 00 '7 00 $zoo per pilon.,
gulf and to the
,. ..The ,.,prOjeCt must be done because ocean. I j. induce consumers to supplant pure estimated at. about 450,000 crates N sonCountJ ye__. 2 90 25 7 : Rye.Gia.Coru. Rum,FineCuaIitJIJ.saperla1.
At this point he answered the affidavit i Monogram Rye '. 5 : 60 .
ie'aute'of Flarida has contracted American turpentine with various alleged and will commence to move about Hllfne's"'44" Rye-. 315 S 00 9 SO Rye Gin,corn.Jum. Best for the monCoY
filed in the United 'States court good* articles. Social Drops......_ 4 SO 6So II 00 f.1.oopergaI.
with Jh United States to do it It "just as, June 1st and continue until the mid-
to the effect that.Okeechobee Malt Whiskey___ 3 7S Suo 9 SO "44" Rye. Peach and apple bndy. MeUowe
was con- .
; :
anst bedone because'the work is as dIe of August.All Peach Brandy-__ 3 7S 00 by Ige. $..oo per gal.
the ideal nected with the bcean with subterranean -' The spot market this week droppedto the tomato will Apole Bra1dy! "- -::: 3 7S S 00 9 SO VIctoria Rye Social Drops Rye Medl.a1 qUAlity
.jjecesstty as It opens sugar during April crop Holland Gln.._ 2 80 4 2S 7 lS '
section,of the United States. channels. "Some fellow has ; 6S 1-2: cents for one day, but imme- be moving from the lower east coast I SeneraGin ..._.... 375 500 !' 5a LMPsr. LOUIS BEER. Per d a.
;Jwddcing, discovered a hole in the bottom of the Northcarolinacorn._ 36S 400 :- 00 Falstaff" ...... ____,-JI.3 : -
ltvis: feasible because Okeechobee is I diately reached to 69 cents and remained while the potatoes, doing the same S5ountain Com _...._ 37S 500 9 SO Extra Pale_-, ..,__ .. ...;... lie
lake and maintains that the lake flows Jamaoa Rum ,- 2 06 4 25 7 SO Standard _.... 100
in what
hlgber than the ocean and water williqwnhI1f might an period will be moving from the northern Medford Rum_._._ "_ 37S 500 950 Maltcxtradark ... ...._ .........--'\ I ..
t if giveji the opportunity. into It. He claims this without stop- indefinite state at the price "await end of the coast. Grape raudy_ ...._ 3OS 500 9 SO CDburger, imported.........___..._ 2 00 -5-
ing to think that if there is a hole in i I King of Kentncky Burbom... 3 75 S 00 9 So Bass Ale,pintson -___ ........... ......,..2 2SAssQrtmefAllQwe -
It'Is necessary for the state to do it"because ing developments" as one termed it. From the above estimates one can aU G003 of Same GwnDess Stout, pints ...., -- 2l'r1e.
;: the bottom of a lake 20 feet higher j One. Jacksonville factorage house : truck
an individual will not. The get a lair idea of the great .
than the ocean, the water of the lake .. l'rlces 1 the barrel en alittz.5 .
iTs cent acreage tax was proposed, which for -a time shipped Its tuff to movement_ from this section of the -
would .flow out." I i Savannah has again resumed handling
because Its Imposition was only rea- state alone. From the present

,sob1eOn the lands to be benefltted.KoV State Must Act. !; its receipts at Jacksonville, and the season will be the largest ever grownon HANNE BROL .

one cent of the state treasury Then the speaker took up the proi i I| receipts here are getting back to their tha east coastThe ,

used. !j position'that the state must do it bas- .! normal state for this season of the truckers have planted larger'
"money:la being | I 246.253 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla -
'' Matter of Contract" '. ing his arguments on the principle year. This week they were but 526-, acreages this season, and the plants'are

\: 'Ia touching upon the first point themitter that no individual or corporation '1 casks, with sales of 521 casks reported. now in a flourishing condition and '

.' of contract between the state would undertake, a work that. was to |; For the next fortnight at least, they Vjill yield many large pineapples.

*of Ilaridaand the United benefit other. jeven more than it would J will be very small and the demand Watermelons and cantaloupes will The Vehicle and Harness Co

;:.States-. G. ,vernor Broward went into 1 himself or itself, ;i should be adequate to absorb them at start to move. about the latter... part of -

, th- history of the everglades. The Then came an attack upon the rail- 1 the present or nearby values. The March or the first of June and the Indications a
I ,United States: grant was givento roads Governor Broward claimingthat new crop is generally expected to are that there will be an excellent Cor.. Forsyth and Ctdar'St.JCKSOXVILLE ;

: : the state forthe purpose of drain. I once the railroads wanted the i j: move in a- little early, as the winter crop this reason. a 'FLORIDA. '-

land. and could not secure it. and'that i: of late has been quite mild, and con- -
f kge and reclamation by means : #
', now, rather than let the people have I' ditions will seem to favor .an early The famous Buster Brown .Blue '
and the
and dredging aceeptance.ettfie .
? Dealers in Wagons Buggies Carriages Surreys ;
{ it they were fighting the scheme., Toj| first dip. Ribbon Shoes for boys and girls at ,
land the has been
j by. state 'I Road Carts Harness Saddles Robes Etc.
Jijf the courts to be a contract 'bindIng the fact that they we're, directly or I Rosin shows no sign of ,weakening.Ever.thing f the Fair Store. x Lap ,

'upon both parties ; indirectly, controlled' by the railroads. continues taken without LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST PRICES

j&Ifl the' s4 in the legislature in 1S58 I; be placed all the "blame" or credit of !' any disposition appaynt to hold off, I ( -

\ \ \*:Pointed put tu ned the land over the press of the state for opposing the : for lower values. G and below remain I-I I ISCTS: CURE FOR
i of the line, advancing _
the strong members I S _
telhe trustees of the Internal Imfprowaent movement. H r
| another five rents during the CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS -
I 1
. fund and the railroad grant The Tax and the Money. -
.| week closing last night When it is Bst Syrup. Tastes Good '
ref 1859, was made only with the pro- J In speaking of the tax Governor Cough I' PRICE LIST OF
i remembered that not only the Savan- Usa ia time. Sold by druggists,
!iia4 that It was subject to the condi- Broward said that a tax of five percent
; t nah receipts but the receipts at all EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO.
faons'in which it had been Intrusted an acre had been imposed upon t r.i iiij I Lt[.] ,

;to 'the trustees. : all the surrounding land that wouldbe ; other ports are taken day after day The Great Southern Mail Order Mouse .

at the prevailing quotations' it is ap- .
,; tJ1der .the conditions in which the benefit fed, and stated that the trustees EXPRESS PREPAID. Fall
; Quart eume.
; parent that there must be a decided ,
crant.as made by the United State of the Internal Improvement S
: : demand for everything In the rosin Do You Wish to Per Four Six PerkS
Tlferjr t dollar- secured from the sale of und "intended" to Impose an equal '
that all .Gallea Quarts Quarts Case
line. It makes the impression
fiS* swamp and overflow lands must tax upon the land in the district own- Hatchett's Private Stock_ ..._ .__ kIlO.. 00 fnoo6y $ii 00 '
11'-,' of the pales taken from the Jacksonville Hatchett't That's Whiskey ___'__ 4 SO 60 1 UTS
i beputio draining and reclaiming othAr" ed by the state. ( MAKE 'MONEY Hatchett's Old Ry.... .._.._............. ., ... 3 20 330 48 960
that of l 'exporters some time back have Eureka C.AppleBrsndy,.. .. .. .. 475 475 700 14 eo
land's such is -. i He denied emphatically any -- -- - -- '
course practhen long since disappeared in the capacious \. N C. Apple Brandy-v-". __ 325 325 85 970'2ureuMaIt
f iable.. turned over to the schools the money in the state treasury had [ _n _" ....._ .......- 400 400 600 1200
It of I maw of the consulIers. and thaI Eureka S.C. Peach Brandy_..... .,.......... 47S 4 7S 700 1400
: been touched upon for this purpose N C. Peaah Brandy _... .. ...._ _1 ". 335 3 >S 48S 970
'',:', Land is Needed. I the Everglades, pointing out I j I the opening of the next month will Growing Good Watermelon Eureka N. C.C>ra ._ ?.._ ....__ .,__ 3 as 35 4 85- 970
; t draining j
find the naval stores yard practically Next Year Eureka N. C. Cur..XX .,__.. _.._......... 3)0; 300 460 goo
',wi4uwf Broward then stated that that.all of the money thus far expen- }! Eureka N.C.Corn XXX. ...;..__ __ 375 :I 75 415 830 -
-v I cleaned of the top grades. promisIng ..
EurtuN.C.Com. XXXX
aside 2 O J50 375 75 5-5
.I:.tip.. the only! plausible argument that ded was o*ly the money set of the excellent values FROM EDEN SEED? Old Crow Boorbon...... ---, -..._.. ""!".._. 4 50 4 SO 6 is 13 56
Wn- of "draining and a continuance Sunny Brook Rye..' ...___ __...._ 375 375' 565 1130
l launched against the ,scheme for the" sole purpose for pales. The receipts of the commons Sunny Brook Sour Mash ..._...._ 3 :'S 35 s 6s 1130
..'at that advanced by the Tiraes-Un- reclamation." and not one c* nt of Echo Spring......___. __ 450 465 690 "75
taxation, are now on the down grade and XI so I can help you start right by supplyingseed Silk Velvet..... ___ ._..S. SOO' 55 785 1570
.>i.-yesterday, morning when itedi1 which had been raised by I after a few weeks they will be among at a reasonable price. Oak and -_... ..' _.... .. 315 400 600 . 1 secured through sales of lands II Lat spring the ravages of rats forced me to
took, the position that more but all
I the grades of. least amount in the plant my watermelon crop three times before a Gin From f Z.50 U $3.50 per OalUit Dclivirci. .
: d I.;aa useless much valuable etc. stand was secured. Consequently mvmelon
as daily offerings. The prospects for too late for profitable shipment. and "ISavetwetn labels of Hatchett's Private Sto<:kand secure a bottle free. Save twelve
,, dwu i, not 'yet taken up 'and thatht Concluding Words.In instead npenen of allowing them to decay I saved seed labels of Hatchett's Old Bye asd secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of Hatchett'i
dark rosins would accordingly -
I any drop in the manner frlm That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N C.
it the following painstaking per.
the state needed was immigrants. conclusion the speaker indulgedin seem to be reduced to the fectlv shaped. sued and npeued selected mar- Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of N. C Apple Brandy aud secure
one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
Replying to this the speaker asked the press of the I .the first on live VIne
a tirade against smallest kind of a minimum. De- Both ends of each melon were cut ofi and all goods bought at company's store are Tocper gallon less than when delivered No
'-. t1tStIOfl. -What can you grow state, claiming that .they were con- j cost of productionI thrown away the melon split and the perfectly charge for jun boxes or drayage. All of my bottles are full measure. AH standard
: increased
spite the matured seed taken from the renter and dried brands ol wh ties sold over my bar at roc per diink-10 from 5 leaves 5 for you. All
" ) dCorn. admitted could bet to the -wishes decayed melons.I Special p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes desired. Money refunded goods
he subservient
!and were .1 nasal stores operators would be in the guarantee these seed to strictly first class I satisfactory.

-t- '' but .only In such quantities as of their masters.: He was particulerly I money making class of Americans and asgood as have ever been grown.As I EUREKA WIDE AND LIQUOR COMPANY
lo my responsibility I refeer to any tnerchantilc -I
of Jacksonville -
be used at home, and a more ex- bitter against the papers I with rosins at the values they now agency or responsible business concern *35 W Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
ye Cultivation of It meant that I j proclaiming that he had been I \ _
are. ---- ----
: -- -!-
and'that -- --------- ---- -- -
,:;;.4nners of the United States elected governor without their aid I The receipts for the week ending '75c per pound 'I 5

4 td be cutting each others throats. I he did snot care whether they j last night were 6,050 barrels, and the 'I. -

':.Cotton could be grown but already : fought him or not, as he was going to sales. 8,160 barrels, divided. as follows l Henry D. Still ,

cotton formed an or- I j I regardless of the newspapers ""rl'rl'rllrl'rllrl"llrllrlilllrllrIII11rII11Irl11Irl'lllrI' "
growers had : do his duty, i 1 Pales. 192, mediums, 529: Hand below Blackville S. C. 1 rl"llrtfli 2.

.atil>ll to decrease the acreage and j frt aLTo > 7.n9.-Naval Stores Review. t

.-. ...inOte land for this purpose was i .-- t Eden Seed..

..... tea. :; Sweet' potatoes could be the Trustees 6 Church.Gentlenefl of Ocala. Christian Doctors are Muzzled. \ Cold Storage I

,. but the market was limited. I The remarkable recovery of Ken- i c .
neth Mclver: of Vancesboro. Me.. is .
!U" market and : -
had but a limited It'W'IlIPay .
:- subject of much interest to the .
.... r'then must be shipped north in We want to denote some L. & I.I I cal fraternity and a wide medi-I '

spring' to secure good prices. pain 1xtint. to the crurch whenever they friends.to severe He inflammation says of his of case the: "Owing throat I I j \ Of Meats ; \ ., I

,.: Sugar is Needed. The largest Methodist church in and congestion of the ings, three ."

!l : the speaker turned his atten- Georgia expected to' use 100 gallons only ot II doctors gave*,me up to die when. as a You 'I! i-. ", --"-:.'
the usurt: kind of paint they last resort.- I was induced to try Dr. '',: ':. -
..... ::10 sugar, and called the attention used 32 gallons U & M. mixed with 41 King's New Discovery .and, I am happy i. '
_.l he hearers to the following. state- gallons linseed oILIt I to say. it saved my life." Cures : t: We beg to Announce to the pubM.; .;, 2Ej
f. costs less to paint a house with L. j the forst coughs colds bronchitis ton- ::: --;-- '._" '. -
_- \i. with any'other paint. I silltis weak lungs, hoarseness and la -',;
iJ-uf.: year a ,total of 21760,162 tons bec& sepalntef mixes linseed oil fresh |, grippe. Guaranteeed at Tydings & You.have. any Real Estate lic that we arc ready to cure : : 2j
the barrel at 60 cents a gallon Co.'s druggists. 50c. and $1.00. Trial IF .
the United from to sell -
used In
$1.50. ,
:- Y. and doesn't pay bottle free. ra .
averaging 70 pounds per Ration tot- Linseed Oil as done if I -- '. j| MEATS. We guarantee ,
is used. Also because ORYou're -
.Of this only 521.091 tons "were I ready-for-use paint hardens the L. Hon. J. G. Baikin of Dunaellon, -
the L. M. Zinc -

,or: %.%46,068 tons, Imported. with paint wear like iron. district and (chairman of the Marion IF -
: L. & 11. paint costs only J1.20! per I to Florida fora home. ,.. -
: paid. The value. of this at 3 county democratic executive committee -

DOT< Tutting tt-aa 111>94.760.. gallon.'.'_, ,... .'r..Tr........ .... I-. -MacKay.--' Ocala. ., was in Ocala !Monday. He has is. -: ronage. :-::: 5.
:)OlU vy ___ ______ .
OR i m > -
:$ ih't; ;i; amount with I Fla., -- I I"We : sued a call for the committee to meet --- S --

i following. exports values from last are Governed too Much. i In this city Saturday, .March 17; when You desire to inyest in any -
*.;e.rn.. something ever HMO'-I ,'- preliminary, pa will be taken' to putthe IF kind of Florida property, Ii
ice S
; ;:!heat. J47.476.921; wheat I A Washington orrespendent has partmachinery at, work for Ocala \
I .
,. ): n:: naval stores. $18.106.641; I fibred it out that the American peopleare holding the primaries called by the TO SEE -- .." -
: <
}iJ4.885.857r making a grand total a'n aggregate body state democratic executive committee
governed by OR 'WRITEOCALA. "

,- IH4.49U54. or '_more than $1%,_ of legislators numbering more than to be held in May and June next. < < : Go.J

,"*>ss than the import value on classified follows: Congress.. .- I fuel |
8000, t J. H HI lIVlNGnON & SONS .
(ilohe.. 480 stat<> and territorial legislatures, The famous Buster Brown Blue ,

.Vjdeal: C gar Lands.logically Hawaii and Porto Rico 83; ; Ribbon Shoe- ,,, for ,boys and. rirls at J jttiuauuaiaiuuuuS
7,590; %
JWJii/iiiii/ uuutti
J D10vlng to the next total 8,153. th* Fair Store i FLORIDA. lU; iu fluiijUiiuu
..Governor: Broward' took up the .. I -5
6 :.

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4 'J PAGE TEN. .I \_ .:TH* OCALA, -- BANNER. FRIDAY' 'WfASCH fT.H, '1 .__" _.& -- .
-r .. .- S. -
:r RUTH., 1 Knfght's o/ ,Pythias to ,Meet' in' P.- f The School' Discussion 'Continues5'S !I '5. .FATEOF"IHEAPPs: : ., '

.. '' S latka.J .- l -,4i Str4tiss'. .

f Entreat roe not to leave thee. :' ? "Getting- Worse.1'-The Jasper News i St. .Matthew'was martyred' in a cIty '
t' Were ever"word..' more sweet, J. :
They speak of woman s love sublime, The twenty-first. ,awal session.. ol shows ho signs of'Improvemetln-to in .Ethlopla.St. .- ."

:.- Faith rounded and complete. [ nrand of Florida Hark, was dragged: 'through the
: the Lodge Knight each \
fact, Is. growtngmqre' desperate streets in Alexandria,; in Egypt, until
"Wither thou goest I will go i of Pythias wUl be held in Palatka; *
,, week :and farther froni the ,facts. In he expired. Royal' .Res.rvei
Thy people shall be mine. I I ; \
-c No shrinking back from unknown March Hth,.15th and 16th. The rail last. week's issue it says: ', "St. Luke was ,hanged. upon... an olive
; paths, l ... .
roads 'have offered round t ,
a trip In Greece.' '
tree .
to'1 '
S 88 '
No sacrifice divine. S "Turn chapt, page' .: '
of and St. John, after having been put In .. '
one tuplus 25 : > ;
4 If ought but death part me and thee of the last biennial report of the State cauldron' of boiling oil in Rome andreceiving'flO .- .
The Lord lay heavy hand." cents (certificate plan). The .gener l. I and read the answer a r S'S. .
Superintendent .
a-natural death .. '
; died
A woman's love endureth all t .. 1; hurt, '

: All sorrow wilt withstand.And program, is as follows:' I,there, given. Speak it out ;so that we. Ephesus, (tI\ Asia. OCJL4, MINING LABORATORY. f' ::_: _, 0.

Ruth still lives to bless the world, WEDNESDAY March 14. tan all hear it. How' many days' in- St. Peter was crucified at Rome, and P. T; SCHREIBER -! ,>'

In millions of sweet homes 9 a. ,m.-Public opening ceremoniesat according to his ,request, with.his head '. A'' .-' : ,
And still at faith and duty's call struction.-- on an .average, 40 the children Consulting' Analytical Chemist Member :_ : ->'. :
O'er desert's sands she roams Castle Hall. '. / downward. thinking himself. unworthy 'of (he Society of Chemical Indoftry. LODd -* :--<...." '
of the get in the
rjv* Invocation, Rev. Francis H. ..RIchey. common i people' to die in the position in which his n.Soaety.Enf. Member' of the Ameaican-Chemical -. .-.5 '
t 'True .to the last she standeth firm ? Fifty days. ,._ :
year '
Address-of welcome on'behalf of the Lord had died' / P. (\. 10x703. -
i When all else shrinks away city. Hon. E. Think of it! The scho'dls, so. laud S Great was beheadedat ,' '. t .
E. the
And sees through sad and gloomy Haskell municipal St. James '
skies, judge. I IS ed by the .advocates' of the. B ckrnan Jerusalem. S "' oe4thtirLA.; : Oct. 22.9'
r The coming of the day law for the of hoodwinkingthe. .
? ; purpose thrown from
Address behalf'of James'the Less was '
on St.- John'sLodges' St :
Messrs. Strauss & Co Wholesale .
And when death's messenger to'me No. '8. H. 'A. Davis, ,chancellor common people are taught only ['a pinnacle of the temple and beate'ntc Whisky, '

-t The'last sad message bears commander. .' S fifty days In'a year on an average'andmany death with a fuller's lub.I. Merchants, Ocala, Fla, ,. \.r -
-O let soul ascend to God,
k' Bright with a woman's prayers. : Response IT. W. Stewart' grand of them taught.. in\ shacks and. I I X.Philip was hanged against a pillar S a'ntlemen. In 'with '
k HAMILTON JAY. chancellor. shanties, 'and only $7.37 is expended I. at HIerapolis; a cltv in "Phrygia, ; your -
-ta, Be Example to Others. 16( a .m.-Convening of the Grand on each scholar." until Jie expired. ; 'jjstructions, I yisitfdfyour. waietcbse.cn'
an The table here cited by the editor .
Lodge. j[ St Thomas was pierced through the *
.' Sf the 19th instant and personally selected
) Do not :waste your Itality and time *s p. TO. Afternoon session Grand of The Jasper News gives tfie averageto I body with a lance ,at, Corarandel. in.. .

Lodge. the "entire school poulation," and the East IndieS.* ; from'yorstock: a sample of -. '
la anxiety about your. neighbors' spiritual S the fact is that about* 33 cent of *
per -
7:30 p. m.-Public addresses. in the St. Bartholomew .met his death by' t

S or moral condition. i opera house. t' S them never enter school, although facilities being flayed alive.'S'S "Strauss' ;

The one thing 'of UnportaHce above Introduction of Supreme Chancellor and ,accommodations are provided '. SL Jude was shot o, death with' ar- Ropr"Reserve'S
all other for each Individual Is self- Charles E. Shively.. :for, them, The law requires; i' ws.' *"

development. Once developed, your Address, C. 'B. park 11ll. P.., G. C., that every county must run tbeii.r St. Somih, -the Zealot. .,. was. crucified. whisky. ;; the, analysis, 'o* which. shows"it to c

:,:: will be an Inspiration to others to help "The Relation of Charity to a pY-. schools four months at least, and the Ju' Persia. .'' contain: .
t S 55
themselves. You'were sent here to thian Knight.!. average numb of days' schooling given ::)t. Andrew was' bored to across,

k}.f make the best possible use of your .Address,, W. H. Ellis, 'supreme representative in, .the public.schools' is 108 and l f'cm which he preached until he 'ex- "Alcohol (by' weight), per cent. .. . .36'.66 15

-;:-!'. apirit and mind. Unless you do this, "Benevolence as. Practicedby every child In the. state could attendif I( pi ed. ." .. S Alcohol \by volume), per ce t.\ . .43.(;1 '

} it is useless for you to attempt to Pythlans. they.wouldIn ,\ St. ,Matthias, was first. stoned and Degree proof, per cent. ... .,... .. 87.1O -

...'.( benefit; others.' Address"W..'R O'Xeal"P. 5: IL "The his statement regarding the i i afterward beheaded. Kesidue. on evaporation. p cent. . '0,660 '

;f.. If you do this, your example will be RathboneSisters..". $75,000: annual appropriation of the St. Barnabas! 'was stoned 5'.. 'to 'death' Ash,3percent . .:. . .',. . .O.O11,

"" law' "does- state the Reducing sugar cent . . 0.2v5
:-- an Inspiration and a guide. Address, Rev. William Wilson' De Buckman he not by: the' Jews at, Salamsis. per ,-
actual facts, and implies that it Is : Volatile acids per cent. ... . . 0.027 '
'example Hart St. Paul the
".r'i: It you keep quiet and.set an supreme. representative, "Pyth- great Aposjle'.to the,
1 '-. of happy attractive morality and unselfishness -' ian ReminIscences" spent 'on ,the two schools-the University Gentiles, was_ 'beheaded at Rome by Amyl alcohol. (fusel oil), percent.. .. 0.073 '

:{f'r. :' you will be a more successful 10 p m.-:-Ball.at the. armory. <- and the Female College, when the, tyrant.. Nero. ".. The above.results show the whisky, to be '
for the
', '.. reformer than a thousand aggressive THirasmr-----.__..__ -I.fARf'H! ---_____ -v.1;: the fact is that the Institute Such was. the fate of ,the first '
i' BI Deaf and Dumb has 86 'students a, carefully blended brand'of bigh.
nd. grade
"!: and disagreeable preachers 10 {1. m.-.Morning session 'Grand preachers of the gospel of peace, according .

p.d and .meddlers. You cannot live an Lodge. SS which have to.be. fed and to tradition' 'and the. best aei and that it'has been disstilled from .a cJean 'pure
graii lT
and clothed of this S j
S'<'iff other's life, but you. can. live: your 2 p. m.-Afternoon' session.. Grand schooled partly .e' have of their end, and tru- The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is :
$ also the Colored Normal low
-4 own and live, It welL Ask no man's Lodge. amount .4' ere ''sent' forth as sheep very ;

; but the people meet 2 : River for School, which has 250 students, has to S ; Respectfully, S :
study -
L;.:, advice, you p m.' party Rathbone S lv .s. -SeL I f
be partly provided for ,out of this ;. 'S : e : F. T. SCHREIBER Ch
-h. i' and avoid the habits and manners .Sisters to. which visiting young ladies f
'i I .
,g which you' find annoying to you in of the city are Invited. amount.. .,How It' Would Work.. '

.t f others- and cultivate the qualities' you 4:30 p. m.-Parade of D. Q. .K. K. The Sun has never: tried to distort i :

1). .fnd are. helpful and pleasing. headed by Professor Bolinger's iband. 'the facts in :'this matter and never will A correspondent writing in the New. S -FOOH: : FULL O.QUARTS $3.50 EXPRESS l
The figures in the reports show wha'tcan .
( ,
-1' The time many people give to wor- 7:30 p. m.-. pening ceremony of York World. on the, subject of rate .- ,

:? I ly over the d depravity of the' world theD.O..KK.- 't- be had I by the children school j 'legislation., -says: SIt .h' : '.

1 '. might be given. to $elf- alysls and 8:30 p. m.-Public reception and, age but. as there 'is no .compulsory may ,be .that I do',not quite un;' : -11

.:; Meditation. musicle at the Putman house. school I law and the people will. not, derstand this rate-regulation plan for

J, 'Resolve to do and to be what you 11:45 p. m.-Banquet' for the D: .0.K. compel their children to attend school I which' the president, is 'making 'soctfanttYiia

'L', rant others to do and\ be. K. ') the Buckman- ''law. cannot be' blamed J I 5...,-u"v"" .o.. .*1"n........u... AJ':4 Titt. .If. PO uuuuu_; .:I:" '..'.'.A'- STRAUSS & ciii

It .is more' important to be than ,to FRIDAY :MARCH 16. for. such neglect. on the. part of par- :".of the, ,,dialogue we sometimes. hear, I

,to remember yet If-you are some- 10 >a.' '.ni..'-!lorning :. session. -Grand ents and guardians of Children. among the "sports" in bet-making mo,

LIng. worth while 'you are sure to .do Lodge. N S S It has'been repeatedly: shown .Jhat ments. S t Sole and
*Owners Distributors.
Ii I ; ', jomething. worth value. The: lighted 2 p. m.-Afterno'on: session. .% Grand the course"of, study i in the high schools. "Who'll hold the. stakes?" asksDolan. .

lamp gives forth radiance. '- Lodge. under the, Buckman law makes. no, demand t .. 5'S '
,5 OCALA '
.5 -
4. There are those wh* waste life In Mr. He'rtfert Crook, formerly bf this other preparatory schools. 9Thy 'l\ICGuire" says. Finn' rty. I' ,t
world matches city is chairman the. When the 'fire,- r six min!>r colleges' '' '
running about the offering of general committee ,- "But -who'll hold McGuire,. returns.
'to pilgrims believe on 'arrangements and- the visiting thai have been 'alolfshedvere' in op-, > 4 ", .
1k.,, fallow they : : the unconvinced Dolan. : "
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to be In the dark. ,while their own Knights are .certain of a hearty ration, the .',pcople of the 'smaller. So wjth the rate-regulating prero, "

lamps are unlighted.' welcome'r and a big time at the. Pa towns were obliged JLo send their.chll- gative. McMillan BrosJSouthern

1; : There is a great plant spiritual' .latka meeting!.' then to"'Bartow,' Gainesville, or 'sm { "Who'll 'm ke ..Hie'ratef, t the railroads :

t ; electric light within yourself!' The ". other college, or. ,s minary' .. called. prepa'ratory ? S -

; \ most Important .thing in lire is to-find .' One Thing Lacking. schools, to fit them fol'o.the "Why the Interst Commerce' S '

University,. while, now the"' Copper Works !.
...that plant and.to connect all your beIng students Commission." .-

k'F with 'it. *We :We *a Christian" peopb. a. Ch. ls- from the high school at Waldo or High*: "But who'll make the InterstateCommerceCommission Manufacturers of Turpentine? Stfl

i-;: "Be' radiant center wherever you: tIn: nation, but can"It be said we area springs. can entsr the State University -. I'? ,'' .

_J -ro., ,v religious people? .. 6n' their'-- dinlnma__ ___n_ _fpr__AVo/l_.. __ _frnm_'_.U "The' presIde t.." '* and General' Metal Worker !

\,' ; Keep your own wires"in good workIng We believe in Christianity, and religion those schools .after. 'finishing the "And who'll make the resIdent- ?t 4f S ?

-t 'S. order' and you ''Will not need to and many profess, to be fo1Ioers twelfth grade. ; .without, sending-, them' "The railroads of course." < .
:: :urge .others to: avoid the darkness of.' the faith that appeals to' the' away' from home or compelling themto And there you are back to the "first, 'I

-IJ9 -' ,. They will see the radiance you. 'cast soulful 'life, yet' If the .question were buy a uniform' In which. to appear.- prInciples 'galn. I t:an' for the life' ,Old.StilU taken; |exchange for new ones. Patchioj j

\ .:: .and it will be'a more convincing argu- asked, "what !1s"1he 'One thing .that' is OH dress parade. of .me understand why' the railroads through the country a specialty. 'Orders by mail'w!

V .ment. than a thousand sermons. lacking..". it..'would 'and, must be answered .And what Is still more If a young are making'so stiff a kick against the ,wire Will receiv prompt attention' at either' of the i$

t: : Once you set about this work of self- as pure and genuine religion ; man desir .s' to fit himself fprvordinary 'thing.. It Is' rather for the''people to toileting. 'works .' :.

_f -development, not merely mental cui- Much of the Christianity I. of today is business ptiruitshnd does desire the revolt against it.. !

__$: S !tmfe will find of higher education, he- can., under the .' .'-,
you 'you. are a growing the 'professing. kind. -The work' is I FAYETJEi/ILLE N. C. '

p. t power among people. Luck health. la klng., We* i have the form and ceremony .- Buckman, school law/get an_ education Isufficient j Tortuec} by Savages.; SAVANNAH/

t .:)18.pplness111 attend you.. ..Strength but true, 'geOUlne, slncefeity is to enter into ,any, ,line of f ''Speaking of the torture' to' which JACKSONVILLE FLA ., MOBILE AU]
some of the'savage
tribes in the' Phil.Ipp.1nes
stimulation and' mercantile' business from in
will ? course
courage hope
not pack of It. We delve subject
plan and I their saptives to reminds ,
t .awaken 'In those wlth; whom you as- work during the iveek and attend !! the free public schools, of Flo 'lda.-- .I me of the intense' suffering I i -- -
Gainesville Sun. endured for three months, from Tnf f ,
:;8ociate.. You will become. a mascot. .chur ho, Sudnaybut there is one flammation of the- kldneys"says 'W. M.

-1' ..and a power for good. thing painfully lacking.. The helpful Sherman, of Cushing, Me., nothing
.i; Make yourself before o Kentucky Editors. j helped me until 'I. tried Electric Bitters -
you attempt religious
fervpr.Religion. Is. only apart ,' three bottles of which -complete -We r Never
.::to make over olhers.-Ella Whjeler : Disappoint Our
life, to hold the respect. Qf oui' ly- cured me. Cures liver ..complaint, ,
Mr. tVatterson 1
Henry stands at the
; / dyspepsia; I UilVU"
blood dis9rders
1- { Wilcox. fellowman, inform to escape c'ritici'Jm.and AI' and malaria W
forefront of the ,newspaper. procession j r ; and restore the'.weak, and nev- nimc" S2api m LvAMJwJoM Out Fal"! *
vaguely, with a hope to vous to robust health.Guaranteed \
t escape
i_ the United State and V rto Ml.Wj!
% A New Cure for .'neumonia. future punishment, seems to 'be the ? .throughout, j I'Tydings & C' druggists; Price ,0c.: eared never to pain.. J det-aUOD j from budDell Lf *COntagious Blood :
--.:...,.. I the world is "perhaps the"recognized.j .Al druggists. .m" .t. wttho... lDe1'eUl'J' 01' mineral IBIX&Ue: Lois ef )I:

; From a New York Letter, writen I status We all of 'religion feel the of lack'of the".day. ',. chief tan and 'he is fairly entitled.: .Icr .:"...;....;"-:-.."....."-...*.....:..........._. .... ...r........: U'z -,\ TJl'ol'POlltlY"Ieared latoTBJn* Med1eaJ Co.1J; DO anJDUtUtJbllfIaAUt4.tlmulaht bn& r=_
r the recognition lie .has I the state of Georgia for the e5
treti U M
- especially foe the Ocala Banner, ,we warmth ,in our life of this day. The I fo brilliantly' !ieRi: ? ;"lff JJACKAJA r fwronsan. cfljoniodutai-ei. Dr. N. K. K i the fQ5I _; '
- .make. special mention of the follow- love achieved. S j. I(111& l '8tlOB'U the tl6f wnsulUng.p-cinliit,' eJIi
of ltall'of
religion is S em1JIell.t pb.llclalll'ud
lacking, .the love ', % lurC8QnL .! t
ing: Mr. Watterson all over the : -' Our I1Iccel.l.tbs trtttmeot: of cbronic tletim b auV7 |
_ that prompts every noble deed the 'I" '* : :;.;, ':. "'f: ... c led; .IU58 both medical and electrical agencies. I '.
world in ea'rch of .
., The Presbyterian Hospital has pleasure'and r"S: .. .. Qnrofflceaare equipped witu al me rinlc, ftrafl!*Vgl
; .
_ t. love that .. .. f&
inspires every action and. ree-I ... --,, S '**rTlolet
reation, so when he ""' -- ; 2Sl ray and ftn5e11 ray; Iu Tact erory
deliberately '. ,.' =
'1' '
hallenged the attention of the civilized directs the thoughts r ,.<,' ; i.! Contrifuee known to the medical profwsJon. OurNII | J
men ..and0- Florida as1 the' best place in tp-. 1 :1' c .:.' ,.,4 aojtera In every respect, and we 110II8
which-to \ employ bllc.1..w
world '
J t.
by its ..! ... .
roof-garden cure of men, is painfully lacking and notice- r : -:-'- ."'_" ".....-.' ,,..-' -. and etBofell& attendant,regularly i qu&th d STh' t
pneumonia 'patients. When a child got spend* a beautiful winter, it Is praise, | Md licensed physldtns being In char,.r
indeed, and S A ewpJoy no teUletding rneaa* to ''cut* pat1e1t1cI
': pneumonia It was considered as vIrtually .we return thanksto the' ]j' FUXERAf L. JI1"roll&gO-noC.O. p.'lor UDuked for !r&s1 &rIP
What .
Is lacking? We lack the true yttiI! InstutfolL Our terms fortreat &teIg5f'1 1
_ _: a. death warrant. 'But very few brilliant. Kentuckian for giving our ; 5 V to 110.00 per mODtt,(medJe1uel Included?) d w.livtCht..-
essence of religion.! We ling to the
anee of
a nre Within a
,climate ,so splendid an endorsement t 'JIeClned time.
pulled through. 'But the Presbyterian forms and ceremonies and .the profession ..DIRb.lCTOtf," flYBEST QffERENFf. flflAnv...... .. nIeeir. WeeocefuUy'uetMdpI1!
.... ...
If there is I I "....
'n.h.' 3..LU'PIUU anything we like more c L "a.'/' Dentl, cure .11 cJroRn"!! c::
: doctors aeciare that out of < but lack the sincerity and love to ,! \1. 1\l\tlARNflb.lJJJl1a'Rapture.neh Kldn.y and laddel &1oublu, eef _
than a Kentucky editor it is more ilydrocele DraIn. Loeaea, mdi'! ,
over twenty I. 1" er.c.
cases lost '
they but one give them the I :' ; UNTILCt "L Dtaeuel Tumors at
color and product Kentucky editors and H* a full 3 oi-k of Coffins rs5I'. .' ( aDd malJrnan& Vo1lblt., C&taflh et t
this ,
and that leads us N. Nose, TlIroat, fiead'and .
was of exceptional K. I'BIIp. D1ae.se. 01 Lu eat,1
character fruits of Christlanlt 'Hllri.1 KING M. D., Chronle
ltal 01,' ril 5
.. S to remark tfiaMhe editor of (" ri..l't 11 It 054,1 CoNIlA.TIN WomeDI neb II Dipec-!
the Times P,4yiCA& 'V8Dr.tnral
: the Dieharres! ,
party being afflicted Biir'd and each
with 'Prvii'- wer.lmeslU 01
a What is hear '" ,
the us
lacking? We .
appeals lo-da1 .'. Union, printed at -the metropolis of Write .eend repr fOU eondlUoD*f JOII Ire sick or s1cted. t .
lumber of ills The yon n l U
tiny ones are : of -tIe ministers' for consecrated I r&turelnc1l141naJmptom blanke fur home treatml1i 1.
taken right out in the our, Atlantic seaboard, .and the 'editor .. Embalming, \to. Order ONSULTAinON' (, XAM1NATIOAND ADnC 'FRrJ: ;...",.

othing between their noses open air and with the I tan Christians virtues, arid and ,the there practice, is -ofe/id of Chris silence of the-' Tampa Tribune.' printed: ; 'at, 'our ,i -... .. ...... --.... ....:.......... .... .. : .DR I IIIUG MEDICAL 00'. No.1rarlet'.s 1rarl at 1'1.1 l St.,tree Coru su. t''nta' C'w

: North Pole. This, Introduction of the .' S .5 gulf metropolis, are' both Ke.ntucklans Jerry Purriett S
and caught
a' 'deal -
of 'their -'
North Pole enthusiasm :
Into'the'ream of the ,
cura- What is .lacking? People hehr the t
live .t. and love for' the tripod from '- ---1S.
is interesting. It certainly appeals .on Sunday' for better lives and

:- ; its is: living better. that it-should:: be earning -, purer.lives, but on Monday ,' the old pleasantly the brilliant domiciled, genius it'ho'Is Naples.now, so t I Merchant Stancliey & c:

and doing .
something order does not change and the worldgoes I

: than to be forever waiting to be disCovered mad putting" money in, its purseor S S '
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Dispensary Will Not'Go. 5.
i Tailoring. -
and '
\S luring so many hapless becomes, intoxicated, with frivolous, >

adventurers to their death. It Is a living. Ex-Gov. Evans-of South Carolina Ocala': ._ ;,I1c3 The Pinnacle of Human
;; Florida. -
tare by absent treatment. ,At any What is lacking? Surely not the says that the, dispensary ; 37V-: S '
rate the clear pure air that comes that system in ; saat- 'ivjM Has been reache in our C*"
S opportunities for the practice of helpful 8ta'te will 'not be abolished. .The Fjnest\mported'an( 'J "

rushing down the hole Into the mouths Christianity and the virtues that chief Domestic Cloths i buggies nlf
; cause; of the unpppularity of the \iT : and harness. The
: and throats and of the babies :ii ,
lungs ,make the world better, wiser and dispensary: 'wtU be !'. -T, '
treated, clears out all obstructions purer. of removed by the enactment I I I Putting,a Specially -S they .can ever be better is, to ,
a measure which !
will absolutely E
does : : ,
its own breathing, so'"to speak, Fits'Quaranted :
We are only lacking what world eliminate Pinnacle-elevate the stand
every chance ..ofgraft' .
fills .
5 lungs with healthy and life- ,
has -
always lacked and for which i ,
on the ,
part of '
giving 'aIr. so that the babes throw 'officials'harged, S even then.our vehicles will be
Christianity has had to battle since :.
with. the. administration of 'the' 5_ .5 ,
off law. ;
the .4 ; "
disease and hear
55 and. wax ,
beginning of n an-unselfis n ss; A bill passed at b
: the lower branch JoP. They are not |0
of the
tSuch a consummation'. certainly sincerity love' and consideration' legislature whIch did d l alion b"y' Mail .
away with otj
to be desired as the ravages of our fellowman. 'What Is the Christian state 'prices, though, as to be out -
control but put the Ho leaving bone '
S. : terrible. dispensary In -the emjdoynieat toceiaaed1i- "
pneumonia have ben The ? that e :bL Uiuzo75e4.r.107P1. .
Only spirit that Cime 'of
S hands of the a most vehicle Let 11S,
counties. users.
hospital doctora feve full faith in the practices well To this the = '"Wirr-. 'j
as as professes, a' sincere athome.ii
: senate has' the '
:new treatment nd will ..enlarge correct idea, and that ''n-. '
1. the honest and helpful u'1'.aU. you figures. J I
S religion.- Is retain state control to ......m.. ,of + .
f'ttbe IIIeeeIIL >
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a %> .-1 ,;.i ; _; DIED AT THE-AGE OF 97. Defense of the Florida Railroad |
-r ,' .- i
; /L' 1 ; om.1
i- J IIpftJI \ ..." .., ; :*';. ---- mission.To I, -' : : ,! ore9 etonaL.g .
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t1 Mrt.
M. M.,Simmons! Now Rests Frn I It Is a remarkable fac*.'not generally

W ; Her. Labors. the Editor Ocala Banner: appreciated, that Florida .regarded as jiU44.1 _.LOCK,

tC ', L tMrs. I note that ,you are not altogetherIn .
territory of unfertile land3-fur
a Denibla.
Simmons, one of'the, oldest j 1- '
,i habitants accord with the state press on the nishes the elements of fertility for theol1s' Over,Maaroe'& Chamblis* Bank Ocala Pla..DIGGS. .
Lewes passed. avray railroad commission,question; and,you
., ,of practically the ,entire world-
peacefully one hour after midnight write as ,if there was; no virtue in this K. .

Sunday, February 25th at body. wherever, at least commercial fertilizer T. -
ninety-sev-I Your trouble is that you can -- M&keBusyiei4efftyj

en, years' of age. She was the zth' I only see from an interior standpoint. Is used. AriOKNEY-AT.LAVV. Ferryt{uaUt When your rUlJ"r piinwd -
I i they were the b-rt on the

child, of David :Mills Mcllvalne' and .Tou.watch the seaport towns grow and These valuable 'fertilizing elements, Oifice in Gary-ignew Block.) fag marketbat ever since.they We have torn Improv- -
Jane CA1..A. PUUtu are experts In
Hall Mcllvaine. .. r the 25 per cent dividends declared upon flower aM vegetable see*.
which are enriching the soils of many -.. !...Seed ABKB&I.t* utlfiTJj C In*
The family has been associated wth. .,20 'percent watered railroad stocks trated,tree ta all appllC&nl&D.
nations are obtained from what Is regarded i,,. THOMPSON. -
Lewes for the last \ J M. FER8T ft CO., Detroit MId --
century auJ ad. tell me there is ,no virtue in our .

half. The old homestead was built In. railroad commission. ,Why? I consider ,as the ,poorest lands in Flori PHYSICIAN: AND SURGEON.

tHe da. The greatest bulk comes from the Office over Tea-pot Grocery Momesuma.
year 1750 and was purchased by them the most valuable asset in the Opp
: county ,of Polk, whose boundaries embrace OCALA. PtA.EDWIN .
j-- Mr David Hall Mcllvalne. Here the railroad business of Florida today. Assessor Notice. '
most of the region whence peb- : _
family has resided for several gsner- Your trouble is, Mr. Editor, you do -
1' ations. Mr. :'Mcllvaine ble phosphate is obtained.The SPfcNOER.: I will/be at the following plawj on "
Mg* was a scholar not come in contact with the good timespecified to receive returns of .
in this
phosphate industry section
ly gentleman and'was master of many they do. I can speak from a genuine ATTORN EY-AT-LA VV property and agricultural statistics. :
has grown to tremendous"propor- Meet me with correct
languages including Greek and Latin. knowledge and experience over descriptions
Z'oclor OCALA.&Y
Iilf LOJti1 your property and will
:: tions, and there are ''WIthin twentyfive you never -
I Io I His
sons and daughters followed Us considerable territory. ; having many have any trouble
miles of Lakeland nine Immense .
scholarly March 1906.
bent and have held positions" \ and sundry shipments into and out of -
; it CHASE.
CURES plants whose output exceeds a half J Ocala, from 5th to, 31st.
as ministers artists and principals! of different sections of our state, I have Alfred Ayer Assessor.
\ Complaints uses ..
": \ ; Important million tons annually. A tenth plant DENTIST, 1-12-tt "i
Liver educational institutions come to have a most sincere regardfor -
oaly Ramon's Pills Mrs. of immense proportions is, soon to be i. OCALA FLJ -' -
*',J Tonic Pellets and, Simmons, was better known to the commission a body; as individuals
: :iand the installed within a few miles of .this NOTICE.
older inhabitants of Lewes and I have had but little"knowledge _
,/ back if
; {lives your money in city. kI.Os 1.. IiISTk lloK,
; Your liver her earlier days was 'a: welcome of, the gentlemen except through \
satisfied. -
In working U Taxes are due and
: These plants are engaged payable M tte first
z biggest trouble guest to the homes of Lewes people. their circulars and these did not do ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Monday of November ot each 3 ear.
\ < the most extensive depo.slts.of
?' would She was one of the- sweetest and gen- them half justice, in fact they were 1<00111 4, Me' -ic: Building 3. Personal ad poll taxes must be paid at the -
ker. If you be phosphate rock contained In any like same time that real estate is paid on, it as- .
Ramon's Treat. tlest of cha'racters'and always went: rather misleading, or at least at that sessments are to the same party.
u;try area in the world.. Taking the present i
_ 25 about with kindly words and thoughts time they had a wrong conception of B. 'SINCLAIR, 3If possible come in person to pay yeas -
rat. Only cents. MISS taxes -
:_ I tremendous shipments as a basis, Payinjjby mail or through other parties
for everyone. At an early age she : the office they sought. They had ,no I is. frequently unsatisfactory.
I there is a "visible supply" of at least
lost her husband and afterwards devoted idea thit our people would impose up- i:' STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER. 4. When you come to par your tares brtnj a
BEAVER MINSTREL. twenty-five ; but this does not description from your deed or latest tax
years receipt
THE the whole of her life to her on them the duty to build up the great j I, and Notary Public. .of what you wish lo pay on. : -
I elude undeveloped properties, and
s-. -"" children and grandchildren., For several Seaport, towns and improve the financial I. : Special attention to out of Town Work 5. Don't wait ll last few day of time to par. -
;Success Largely Attended and the product may be said to have beenas then expect the best service either by m\il or
jig years her memory has gradually condition of the railroads. I actually Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fla. in person. 1 he rmlj is then oa and Uclavs are

Welt Rendered. failed and her two daughters, Mrs. Be- believe we tave imposed upon yet but just touched on the sur comes.duavoidable. You must take your turn as it

t', ville and Mrs. Haisley, have cared for these gentlemen; then they have to act face.There 0rmttStls-aIeyour ProPerty properly _
advertised was never a greater demandfor & wish avoid _
you to
much B'ayer-Mins- her trouble in
lavishing her payaeu' -
upon every comfort as a kind of court of last appeal on of taxes. The collector
cannot alter the valuation -
'itok place at the Marion; Opera that unselfish love could provide. As railroad charges.Mr. this product than at present and ordescnpUoa of assessments found on W f -.

i.. the market price has greatly Increased n4'it\ tax book. E.L.CARNEY. Tax Collectoi .
::: Friday night. .They house was'ujedwlth she lived so' she died. Her daughter, .\Editor, if you would fololw me yearLakeland'News. 1075 nt Marion County Ocala, ""a. J _
within the past
-" the friends of the mlnsr: :Mrs Seville, ,said "that she passed sometimes when I use all my persuasive $5,000 BANK DEPOSIT ,;' -

away so beautifully witt\ a smile upon and re3.S Jr h.?; powers, explaining: R. R.Fare Paid. Notes ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OF4-INA
performance who had been as- taken on tuition. BEST
her face as if the angels took her to railroad agents the absolute ab. DISCHARGE. _
: Endorses Ed. Davis. and cheapest on earth. Don't delay.- Write o-day.
Lae Uiat they would miss a big quietly away for early morning service s'urdlty of some exhorbitant and unreasonable KECRGI4-AUBAM BUSINESS/ COLLEGE aconG&
I Ia County J"d e's
Court. Manon
Seat, if they weren't on hand. on Sunday." charges, proving thatI Florida. la Re Estate of J. *. Edwards.County -_____
We take pleasure in calling atten- _
The funeral took place on Thursday could hire mule or ox teams and haul THE NEW YORK WORLD. Deceased.
:'i minstrel was given by menrpti -
iu1i$ : tion to the announcement of Mr. Edwin VOITICB IS HEREBY GIVEN TO, .
March 1, conducted by Archdeacon C. through sand hills certain freight at -" whom it ALL -
the Beaver dam and for the W. Davis. candidate for the office Thrice-a-Week Edition-Read Wher- may concern that on the _
H. B. Turner; rector of St. Peters' much less cost than the railroad the is I I isl day trfjuw A.D. ;o6. -
% of that lodge and financilaly it of State Attorney for the Fifth Judicial ever English Language the !
...!b.? n, fi1 f Episcopal church, Lewes of which charges and note when the agent has Spoken. Bell undersigned,3udge of said will apply to the Ho.. ]0*! Ir
Circuit. court;: as judge of probate.
is as :successful as they, could'have church she had been a member many, to agree with, me and falls ,back on for a final discharge as Administratrix: of the _
Mr. Davis is so well known to the For the winter season now at hand estale of J. X. Edwards, deceased and at the -
ished.' many years. the :usual now trite saying, "We do not same time I will to sa'd
.- citizens of Citrus county as to need the most valuable paper to you will be accounts as present conn my Anal -
;| Tlm opening overture was, playediythe One was gratified and pleased to now make ,your freight rates," "theseare the New York Thrice-a-week World ask for their administratrix app/oval. of said estate, tad -
I no introduction at our hands. For
observe that her old' friends had not your railroad commission rates" because it offers you more at the prici Dated this Nov. 28. 4 D. 1905. .
11 orchestra which consisted. ofrJIlk several years prior to the election of than any other paoer published any D. C. EnW AIlDS. --
forgotten her although she had not you would appreciate, their true mer- where in the world. As Administratrix Estate ot J P. ldwards. de ; _

' Sara Whitfleld piano; Mr. F. G. been able to recognize them for some it. Mr. Allred, the present State Attor- This is a. time of great events. We ceased 12 2& -

UoffmanvIoUn; Mr. A. E. Gerig, cor- ney, Mr. Davis attended regularly the are ,having'great wars, and othei I -
| time .
past. Mr. Editor the above are absolute
Circuit Court of this changes of a stirring kind ,are occurring ___
w They also played accom- The coffin was borne bythe Mayor, facts and instances will be placed at both at home and abroad. Th< ,
In most county in the interest of his clients. Thrice-a-Week World comes to
fpaniments a pleasing way. Dr. Thompson. Mr. C. Maull, Mr,' F. your disposal at any. time if necessary yin
the inte1ocuHewltt About two years ago Mr. Allred became every other day, except unday, wit?. of Application for '
: lt'Qwens was Tax
-i- Benton Mrv A. Benton Mr. P. .Nor- to convince you of your error in all the news, fully. accurately and Deer" .
unable to attend to the dutiesof Under Section, S Chapter
tor,?Jfessrs.: Pittman, Thomp- ,man and Mr. R. Waples. your claim that there is no virtue in promptly. 4888
the tarnflourines : this office .and the Judge of this The Thrice-a-Week World alwaysits Lawe of Florida. _
and Devenau '
"Jwa played .- The remains were Interred in the this, body of gentlemen: through my political reports. You pan fret the Notice Is hereby given that' C. A. _

while Messrs. Martinet Cline Presbyterian burial ground in the family general experience I believe the c6m- court has since that time, from' termto truth from Ita columns, whether you TnWfpJr! of tax certificate No. _
:Ito and Jackson ,handled the bones term appointed Mr. Davis Acting are Republican or Demo rat and thaIs the 6th day of August 1852.
lot.lany friends gathered ,here mission to be of, great and untold what you want. tax certificate No. 11, dated the 7th ._-

?{Md all filled their roles most accep- including her sister Miss Emily Mcllvalne value, and that they have far exceeded State Attorney The Thrice-a-Weew World alwayshas day of July, 1884 has filed said _-_

ftaWy. The jokes and local' hits were In his labors in this capacity his a serial story running and it is al, certificate in my office, and ha* -
and her two daughters? Mrs. I their promises prior to election so made _
: sole aim has been to justly and fairly ways a first-class story by a first- application for tax deed to IssuG
amusing and the audience' was kept Beville and Mrs. Haisley. ,Mr. Haisley I far that I. though compelled to do class author The ThriceaWeekWorld in accordance with law. Said 'certl1l- -_______

;!H,a most pleasant .humor during the. being too III to attend. I I business in* the interior will gladly enforce the laws without regard to i publishes better fiction thai cates embrace the following described -

-'$ rank. station or worldly possessions any other newspaper In the United property situated, in Marlon county
. entire I
Rev Mr. Turner concluded the burial contribute to giving thema summer States. Special attention is, also given Florida to-wit: South half of -

..The, following was the program of *service by the open grave with the vacation at any reasonable salary; and he has in fact always considered himself to markets, an<1 there are many. Southwest quarter, Section 30 and all _

.' the retained counsel for the I citizens other valuable features. of section 31, all in township 13 South
:the first part In full: -
t. following beautiful lines: if their good friends could only in- Range 22 East.
The Thrice-a-Week World's The
'" regulat laid land being
of the circuit and has treated
.' Part I I. "Now the laborer's task is o'er; 4uce them. to take an European trip or subscription price is only $1.00 pe'i assessed at the date of the issuance .
I them as he would his clients in his and this for 156 We of such certificate in ,
J?L Overture:-Orchestra. Now the battle day is past; an Asiatic trip to China at presentan year, pays papers. Whittier the name ot -
offer this unequalled newspaper and Bros. and estate'of G. A. M.
: private practice. -
Lz.. Opening Chorus-Circle.J. Now upon the farther shore Asiatictrip t\, China at present it the Ocala Weekly Banner together"One Campbell. Unless said certificate shall

:, ; "When the Golden Sun Is \\' ). are not among those who claim for $1.65. be redeemed according to law _
Song- Lands the' voyage at last, would look good to me. I year tax
t that the democratic party owes any The regular subscription price of deedwill issue thereon ,on the 26ti ____
Sinking In the West"-Blalock. Father, in thy gracious keeping dearly would like to show in the two papers Is $%.00. day of March. A. D., 19
It,. ',Sons-"Sally Ann"-Cline. I Leave me. npw thy servant sleeping. someway my appreciation of person any office, but we do believe Send all subscriptions on the above Witaesa my official signature an#- -

.i 5., Song-"Storm of Life"-Nash.ft ,, the great good, this body has done that the voters of this circuit owe it offer to the Ocala Banner. Ocala. Fla. seal D..,,. 1906.this the 21st day of February" A. _

the of earth dried to themselves to reward those of the -
There tears are ;
Song-"The Beaver Club"-Martlnot :- 1 for us .in the interior, in the way of .8. T. SISTRUNK. '

f" There the''hidden things are clear, railroad rates and the opportunities public servants who have been faith SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTIONS.Notice Clerk Florida.Circuit Court Marion County; _

There thUwork of life Is tried ful in the discharge of their public 2-23- -
: ,
Song "When the Sunset Turns granted to us to do business througha is hereby given that in accordance w -

the Ocean Gold"Math- By a juster judge than here, duties. with Laws of -
i. Blue to special tributary or toll-gate system chapter 5303 NOTICE. -

: ,eWL, Father,_in'Th'I gracious keeping the intricacies of which can onlybe Believing this we, have no hesitAtion ;- Florida an election will be held in -
each of the following special tax
Leave me now thy servant sleeping. in endorsing Mr. Davis for the County Notice
Judge's to Executors
tSong"Everybody Works ButL I understood. by those who give the school districts on -

:Father" Hewitt I I ** matter' the careful consideration our Office to which he asplres.CrystalRiver Tuesday, April, A. D., 1906, Administrators Guardians :
that turn Etc -
There the penitents For the purpose of electing three

.I, Song-"IJown In Mobile" To the cross their dying eyes commissionerS are in position to give. : News. trustees for each district ,and to ,fix The attention of all Executors. Administrators -

1 = the rate of miliage to be levied and Guardians and all other
; -41oody.o Mr. Editor, to further enlighten youI
love of Jesus learn persons exercising In
All the collected for the next two years. authority any

.".","). Song-- -"A Dream"-Carlton. At His feet in,Paradise would suggest, that the friends of Pltt burg has a boy who cannot : Ocala. No. 1; McIntosh, No. 2; matters relating to estates under and,

t 1L_ : Song-"Lucy Linda Lady" Father, in Thy gracious keeping the railroad commission would draw stop running when once he starts. We Belleview, No.3; Fantville, No. 4; by court virtue is respectfully of the authority called ot.to sections this- --
Dunnellon No. 5' No. 6
Pittman.e.second .- a balance sheet giving facts as to that ; Heddick ; 1872 to 1889 '
!: Lave me now Thy' servant sleeping. up have some folks down this way Pine Level. No.7; Mayville, No.8; inclusive. Revised --

", part. of the program In- 6 benefits derived and justice secured on can't stop talking when once they : Weirs dale, No. 9: Citra No. 10: Griner settlement Statutes of Florida, relatine to the --
accounts final discharge
,,:, >d:a'few* .remarks'* by Prof. JEdPittmani There no more the powers of hell one side and the salary paid on the start.-Tallahassee Capital. Farm, No. 11; Buck Pond No. 12; and removal of. for, failure to _
No. 14 Fel-
Sparr, 13; Catndler, No ;
.__ specialties by Mr. Peter i Can prevail to mar their peace. other! while doing this it mightoccurto : We have some folks down, this way lowship. No. 15; Electro No. 16; make such return and reports as are -
required by law, and NOTICE Is here- _
,tosh and sons In Highland I Christ the Lord shall guard them them to suggest some good reason : that can get a start o'n them but are Blitchton No. 17; Martel No. 18; Ft. by given to all concerned that all _
r I King, No. 19; Capulet. No. 20; Lina-
,-: ,r wearing the national cos- well. why these salaries should not be paid : just pushed along with the crowd and dale No. 21; Cotton Plant No. 22; and Executors others, who Administrators have failed Guardians _

,:; Beaver song by the Beaver He who died for their release by those 'directly benefitted and inter- the newspapers.Mr. Orange Lake No. 23; Oak Hill No. to make their returns to or this neglected court- _

.,ftetrspedalties: by Mr. Pittman Father, in thy gracious keeping ested! or If'not would it be possible'to 24; Moss Bluff: No. 25; Fairfield. No.No. as required by law on or before the _
26 Hill No.
C : Cottage 27: Levon
Mr,Hewitt as Dr Sox and :Musi- Leave us now* Thy servant, sleeping. get these 'gentlemen to Visit' the people and Mrs. D. A. Clark and their 28: Pedro, No. 29; Kendrick No. 30.; first to day make of such June settlement, 1906 will under be required pro- -

,,,?ete. specialties by Messrs. Mar- dust to dust," I ,of the interior in a friendly way, little daughters of Martel, spent Friday Qualified electors at said election cess of this court and will be forthwith -. -

: c.':"Moore. Devenau. Jackson and "Earth to earth and (I and get introduced to some of the : in Ocala as did also Ir's. Henry are all registered and qualified who voters- removed from office. _
said districts
residing in pay a
Calmly now the words we say, As these returns are often complicated -
-'riuck and wing dancing by thegDvenaU wait in trust wholesale merchants and farmers Long, and Mr Long's granddaughter. tax on real or personal: property therein. requiring the examination of the

I Left behind we their toll-gate system have retired to' Miss Belle Bates of the same place entire record and considerable time, :
,and Jackson; a coon the resurrection.day.. By order of fie board of public Instruction parties desiring to make such settle
ijf [! For private life; 'sand show t em'h re of ;Marion county, Florida. -
nlc. '
.>> parade. etc., etc. keeping ---- ments are requested to advise me the
Father, in Thy gracious This the 5th uay of March 1906.
live and salamander which intend to
show real gophers particular day on they
most creditable one
.:; ; Leave "me now Thy servant sleeping. G. S. SCOTT. make settlement in order that I
/'Jbeslnnlng',to end and is con- Lev\es! (Del.) Pilot. farms replaced the old fashioned truck [ETERMELONS( [ Attest. : W. D. Carnr Chairman. arrange my engagements with others may

!1IJYmany to have been the best 'arm,; It 'might at least.be amusing, if Secretary. having business at the office so there -
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will be no conflict. Respectfully, ;- -
not instructive; then a few of us might -- -- .
d..talent. minstrel and as good as The Old Time Farmer. JOSEPH BELL, -

-:: T many foreign minstrels, that also .show them a few circulars held Good Money in Growing Large Wa NOTICE. County Judge of :Marion Cf unty, Fla. -

memento's of their good intentions 3-2-tf. -
-ever', bn given in Ocala. was jogs- as termelons. : -
house \
His toward us before they got buried in the Notice of Application for Tax Deed NOTICE. 4 -
A 'double pen"- Under Section 8 Chapter -
I Puata Gorda Herald claims that Intricacies ot transportation, which I have been planting each year 4888 Laws of Florida. ,
2SItT'; proposes to elect this year But big enough .. convinced them that the proper way v for several years from 70 to 100 Notice is hereby given that W. C. I The democratic executive committeeof

For days and men; ; .. Townsend. purchaser of Tax Certificate Marion county is hereby called to -
: v- state and country is firstto in Eden of Watermelons
-- islature favorable to the repeal of veil stood near, ,to build up a acres No. 749 dated the 7th day of December I meet at the court house at Ocala, Fla.,

icjtmaa bill and the reelection The v build up railroad depots and, sea- and have made good money .. A. D. 1896; tax certificateNo. on ;:

With pail and sweep-, port 'toll-gates' the proper "collec every year. I secured good 261, dated the 6th day of August Saturday, March 17th 1906
CState university at Lake City. crystalclear I 1900; has filed said certificates in my at one o'clock p. m., for the purpose :
[voters of the state will hardly be Lion and distribution of. the profits derived Eden seed to begin with and have office and has made, application for of formulating rules and regulationsfor

its waters deep: ,- tax deed to issue in accordance with conducting the. primaries to beheld -
I into scheme, from the results of the labors Improved them each year, by selecting -
-., favoring any such His little fields : law. Said certificates embrace the May 15th and June 12, 1906, and
of the >f the less enlightened interior.Mr. my seed from only large described property situatedIn
U13.rly when they learn not well tilled following to transact such other business as

:- sum of that has been I Were Editor, let me know if I can con- and well shaped melons. I have Marion county Florida, to-wit: may properly come before it -
money His purse and cribs east half of southeast quarter of The precinct club of each precinctis
tribute the smallest mite toward them dried in the shade which
Uor buinding at other points. seldom filled even southeast quarter and. northeast quarter requested to hold a meeting on the

&ty but the people Were giving these gentleme na much needed will when properly planted always of southwest quarter and west 10th Inst. for the purpose of electinga

may propose O13 times-old ways;- I'I half of west half of southeast quarterof committeeman for the ensuing two -
sound and
Timer .rest, it would be a great pleasure. come up as they are
Disposed. Apalachicola section 25 town-
To him were dear, quarter years and each committeeman elected --.
: Tours truly I full, I have 1500 lbs., of choice ship 12 south range 25 east. The Is earnestly requested to have proper .
only opinion rendered by the Nor could he March 6, 1906. G. M. I I t seed to offer at BOc per lb. When said land being assessed at the date credentials.By .

The neW ones clear of the issuance of such certificate In order *JAMES G. BASKJN, : -
court this week was in the found you send your order for seed and the name of Ralph, Henry and J. B. Chairman Democratic Executive Committee -

t James B. Leaptrot, plaintiff And yet he Those papers In Florida .servilely; wish me to do so. I will instruct Swan. Unless said certificates shall be of Marion County, '
the zest -". redeemed according to law, tax deed
life Att.
<>r, :v, the State of Florida, de- l In missed ', ', subservient, to Governor Broward. calls you how to prepare, fertilize and will issue thereon on the 2nd day of John M Graham Secy. 3-9-2t. -: -

pani ia error criminal court of So' often ; everything the governor says of the cultivate. Let your order come Jn April A. D.. 1906. ----:

Duva1 county. The opinion by By those sought more blest' ,!: .. everglades as facts and everything at once. I sold the same kind of seal Witness this the my 28th official day of signature February,and A. TAXES. .

J.tice Rocker reversed tha Judg- Little he / anybody else says about them contraryto seed over S. c.. Ga, and Fla. last D.. 1906. --

And little lost- ; S. T, SISTRUNK. State and county tax books will
f'the lower W. M. Dav Governor Broward's say so as; mere year which gave perfect satisfac
court .
; himself. Clerk Circuit Court Marlon County. close, according to law, on March 31st. -.
Jacksonville represented Leap- Lord of rot .Inspired by hostility to his ex- tion. Florida. 3"2"C All properties not paid on at that

And never bossed. .. _____ date, will be advertised for sale, which -
Tallahassee cellency. '
Capital. -- I. FURHAN STILL A. Farnage, of the firm of Farnage will add extra cost.
;X we had more courts there and rotten ripe, Coming in to pay your taxes please -
The time fc foe, Bradford county farmers' In future .* Blackvllle- S. C., Bros. Ocala, is In the city prsopecting bring your last tax receipt
e. more for change; The tax collector's office will be .
Then let It come will sell hogs from their own farms. for a location for a confectionery and (3) -
-- to closed after March 31st for about -

Weathers, of York. 'iS'3 For men in earnest. have. no time, One .point In, the county recently sold We we tie cole agent fcr\he, celebrate fruit stand. We understand he has three weeks In order to, make. up the -

: visitors from'the county lAs fig, leaves ,.'forv, .naked'In hogs -valued at $3,000. -The- 'stock-ex-' Genuine Zarpea Leather Goo-is. Ocala Fur. se'ured' store room and' will move !tax sale lIst. E. L. GARNET' ;

business in Ocala Wednes-' truth. ,: -Lowell. ''t change;,,:as not 'consulted. ':: : .'' -, aiture Co- : here.-Live. Oak Democrat : 3-2 Tar Collector. :.

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:. the:; shipper endeavora to' comply'" with e tf' '

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_ -- '." .'celery:: moving under refrigeration it :j QU -
I. ;; w.uld constitute an overload accord- :
log to the Armour maximums and the '
=t, -t car line people compel shippers to release QUANTITY .
-* r c:.. the, Armour people from any liability .
in event contents arrive at des- ; .
-4: tiaation in bad condition. It the shipper ... ': .
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+ ; the difference between the Armour
Maximum. and the railroad's mInI- ; .. ,
F 1 mum' often amounting to '4.000 or 6l ,- -.
,pounds per 'car.. We can only say E: S S Mind '
,the Armour maximum is correct and E I We Ask You to Bear the Above in .

F.; 3*> should 'adopted by the railroad peo- E''J., When You Want Anything in the Line of _
pie if they had any regard for the C
Florida growers and shippers of celery :

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"We have no complaint, to make 'on 4 '
the minimum, weights+ into all the .. GROCERI
k large eastern markets which are practically e
the same as the Armour max- 4
x !.ums. "We have'been working on. the 6e --'' .

,, Atlantic. Coast Line and the. Seaboard, ,
4 Air Line to Ipduce these roads to se- "
; .'cure a change in the :minimum that .
I would not work a 'hardship on the' .. "
t4: growers and shippers. So far, we g. HAY or GRAIN ,
z ? have failed although we find the lines 4! ,

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A.& ,x ably entertain any proposition if it fifi fifl- : .. .

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f '' of the Atlantic Coast Liner J
_ the Seaboard .Afr'Llne. We regret 6fi --- I 8
U"state hat there is a lack of interest or. :
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in the traffic departments of these '- ;'

a ,'tads.what effect in this you matter.can to Will have you.them try 6a E Compare first the QUALITY ; 'second, the QUANTITY; and third thei

3 bring about, the desired l results?"- II-- ,' '. .
6 \ ,New York'Produce News. PRICE and will rest verdict. ".' '
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Pure Food Congressional Conclusion. 0a -- '. "
r Our Special Washington '
correspondent .
; .Prof.. Wiley feels 'very sad these .
ti days. His little bluff has been called ,
.. and now his occupation Is losing those .
\ features which made it 'attractive Ito

*hirri.. death No more by his can howls he scare about the, "those pUblict. fie WE HAVE THE GOODS AND GIVE 'YqU WHkTYGO WA"T. '

r poisonous preservatives' that, are us- 7
_) ti'in foodfl The hearing of tare House I .
.,,Committee on the pure food bills has -
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settled that. The have Hstentd -
public :;
a: ; ._ to Wiley's fearsome yelps About '
preservatives being poisonous until .. .. ),
i 1 they thought a "preservative" was across J"-} "

i ,-;Taqul thrown between Indian in.with a As Kansas a free a matter pass cyclone ta of Heaven and fact a e No Misrepresentation. All Goods Must be !s Represented : .

z the testimony of' the most eminent G '

chemists the Committee and physicians shows that given what before are f

known as preservatives are nothing .

>>ut.various: salts, and no more harmful .-....-- ..' .. -3
in proper doses than table salt --- ,
which is just as much a chemical asany -- ", .,----- .
_ z of these preservatives, and is Justas !-,- 1
poisonous when taken: in. large OO-' .
loses. These same preservatives f'
which Wiley Is kicking about ate tote E We continually :
found In nearly all fruits, placed are adding new condiments, to our Fancy Line of ,

_: there by nature and In larger quan- .
ltes than they are used today "by the ; GROCERIES and
always an hand Staple Groceries such
lood men. It's high time we had some as : .
sensible legislation on this important a j
subject, and choked,oft this sensational .' -
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"yellow" chemist: Wiley ]
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Invaluable for Rheum3t1I :-..:. .

Snow Jew rheumatism mat have years gave Liniment been satisfaction with and spfferlng found a was severe the and that for only atack it the Ballard's tended thing past of $.| Hour Bacon, 'Rice, Salt., Grits Coffee; Meal Oats j.

to alleviate my palns.v> March 24, 02. -"
.hn C Denman. Kinsman. I1L 25c. '

-;: \ ilc. Kentucky and $1.00.evidently All druggists.- wants-- the m re.turn t "i Hay C 0 III I ottOI1 Seed Meal, Bran, Cooked Cow Feed ;

of the "$ood old circus" with the ,
daring horse back ;riders and the ;, 'i" !' < : .

thrilling ture has chariot imposed races.the folowlng Her legIsla-tax: ,a : And Mixed .Chicken Food .. '

Circuses, menageries, etc. $1. for each \ -> ,.
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100 and same 00.-- ,-
ate voters exhibition. for each, separ- t11P-&-' r. '' :..,'
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to '.-.r S, L. The Appex.Best Couoh-Probate Syrup.- Judge, At Prices second ;<": t } t ti"

Is Ottawacounty.to say that I' Kaex have., writes used :Ballard's"This | ; :. to none. Give us a 'call. .

e Horehound Syrup for years, and thatI. .: "' .' : :- ';. '
do not hesitate to recommend it as :
the best cough syrup I have ever

..used.." 25c. 50c and $1.00._. ..11 druggists m E Yours Ever Ready to Please. : ,

The preachers have given up J. G. ,
r I Rawlins who Is condemned to be .
hanged at Valdosta as a hardened

;t' sinner, who cannot Jbe reached by the
; :gospel, One preacher exclaims that A -

\S.- -'*, satisfy nothing'' hire but. hell and a heap. of it will TEAPOT L I GROCERY.e .; ,''..

The. edict that has gone forth ,that f Ii' .,'j.
-the guests of the Worldorf-Astoria j "
,.. must, wear full dress suits at dinner :1

-. ". ping.at Is'& baragainst this popular Florida resort,.editors. stop? f, nu, u, uu"un" ., u, o UU ''Utun ,u'' ''U.nlUU,. UUU'Ul'i, l' ', '" ""uu ,u : |;

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