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 Material Information
Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 16, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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: Struck Snag Early Tuesday Morning .

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; : The: steamer'was .on, its way: fromLeesburg .Daviji S. -

: .. to Silver Springs with 'quite tary; T, T, :
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arrive in a'fe\Tj.: days Largest ments but fortunately the:accident occurred BIttinger, J. : : "

: in shallow water:, it being only Gadson and
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k Line we have ever :carried. Orders passengers. and crew were landed laof the :

without even getting wet. They .were been duly prlnt r

y filled promptly and satisf action afterwards, taken in small boats to the. board of .
head of*the springs. adopted l
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The Alligator Is a new boat, being members. -
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guaranteed launched at the beginning of the tourIst The secretary
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.; v-;* :-t-----; > and traffic. It plied ,
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.s.: of Grahamville, The boat will I have to

be Imediately 'raiSfd, repaired .and of the business ;

feOSlOFFICE: DRUG, STORE, again' placed on the. -run. '. the .
elation to date

; Straw Ride' for Miss Rheinauer and. 1905. The.

rf Miss Davenport* have been !
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i.' Tuesday. night" a,jolly party. of. young Commissary '. .

A-- people enjoyed. a> moonlight'' straw Expepse

J1 TAXE'S.. I Mr. G.. -B.i,,Tankersley, the. great' ride and picnic at Silver. Springs.: Rent and ; : t

i -- I Sumter' county. trucker. took one of Those in the crowd were Misses Gertrude Drugs, Etc. ..
: and county tax books, will .
State "
those"good Sunday dinners;:; at ,the Rheinauer, Mary Davenport
'close, according to. law On March 31st. Matron &
i';; :All properties not paid, on 'at that .Montezuma. Eloise. Miller, Louise Harris, Louise Furnishings; 1 : :
': date. will be advertised for sale,:which .
; Moody Grace Hatchell, Leaafy Sylvester -
,:.will add extra cost. .Real Estate ...
$ Coming in to' pay your taxes, please Mrs. Jake Brown, and, her mother, ; .Margaret Walters, :Messrs. \ I > .

tbrtng; your tax last-collector's tax receipt.office will be. Mrs.: Levi of Nebraska have gone to Harvey' Clarke, Alfred Beck Harry /Total' ... ., ,. ;. '
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;;closed after March 31st for about (3) I Tampa,' St. Petersburg and other resorts Palmer Harry Walters. Osco and Guy' Very :

ssthred weeks In 'order to ,make up, the on' the west coast 'of Florida to Zewadski*, A. J.. McLaughlin. and ;
sale list. ,
te taX'" R L. CARNEY I y I spend a short while .sight seeing.l Hampton Chambers, chaperoned by The treasurer

g.. ,3.% Tax Collector J Jt I Mr. and 'Mrs. 'C. V. Miller. port as given'
Mr. J.. R. XV Di.ian, formerly of
This affair was given for Miss The

: SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, mercantile i I Rheinauer and Miss Davenport and Ocala | < : ....-

1 I business. 'RIchmond, spent was a thoroughly, enjoyable occasion.Wants Report \>l T. :
Local Editor. Sunday and Monday in Ocala with his ,
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son and daughter.,
Information. i
ion County H
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I I li1ie-n; their, first i :: /
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Mrs. C.. V. her guest i .
a "to ;
1.\!> .A party writing u" from Missouri Amt 1'eCelv :
'" --- I! Miss ,Mary Davenport, of Chattanooga :: rL
: asks for the- following information Total amount .
President Roosevelt has.vetoed.'the I Tenn. went up to the Meadows Monday :

Wl to establish .a. federal court, atfMiami. J I for a brief visit to Mr. and Mrs. ,which; we hope some of our' subscribers ,- : !. .' # r

: .. Christian Ax"They returned .home will, furnish: I.Balance on : :
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J -'-. -' 'I Tuesday, The writer.1 says: \ (
: I \ paid out '.for ; .

. Fair-field 'Mrs: J. E. Eadgett and 'little girl I should pleased to hear throughyour penses ..'. | -
( valuable paper"as to the development =
returned to their home at Quincy Sun : Lot for new ;
y J.pf! the Modern ,:Maccabees. in the lumber turpentine and :' f'I
: day after a two week's visit In Ocala :
'fy with'Mrs. Padgett's sister, Mrs. George phosphate business in' and around Ro' Total ... ,, 1 t ;

A- Judge Richard McCon thy has reiurned Davis.. meo: Blue.... Springs, Morganv1l1e. and Income was" -

[|;; home from 'a *short business Dunnellon, as It will be quite interesting .- lowing'sources:
visit to Tampa. : Miss Gertrude Perada went down to to me to hear all about the Vokmja'ry.
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i Tampa Monday afternoon to spend changes, *socially and financially Fees from : : ,

:fiMr; M.. J.' '-. who has been at J Jjthe. the week with .relatives. She went I trust to,have the .pleasure of reading : ; I

.8 .Savoy Hotel for some mdnths, is : down especially to, aJtend' the. Sarah the. "reports of' the west "part of :Total. -.. ... .

know stopping at the Arms h6use. :. Bernhardt performance' at the Casino Marion. Bounty through'YQur ,paper. Number of -

.Tuesday night' Contributing .
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The 0. K.'Grocery's Pumpkin Contest.
$ Judge, and Mrs.' Richard, McConathy ( The secretary t
Tuesday'aftirnoon :the Second and s
'and/'Mlss .Sue Barco are.boarding at .urer's report. .
Third grades'.met on the South 3rd The 1Ie.ssr.I. Clark Brothers, proprietors -
S".. pellman's on Ocklawaha avenue. treated, but as -
? -street diamond... They. played very. -of the O. K. grocery, as- will be were treated !
'. interesting game. The sWand quit noticed from their advertisement, '
\y )Ir. Fred' GaskUl, and, his nephew.5f were in reality -
> with a s'ore' tf 5 Tuns. printed elsewhere, are advertising to
Mr, Warren Holtzclaw were, up from The
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give ten dollars :for the bggest. pump
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Tuesday. Mi Mamie! Kellar, -< Crystal then read the
S : s' jf : kin brought. their store (and.raisedin '

--- River, and Mrs. Walter Burt, who has Marion. county) during the coming, showing, to \ : .
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H$ Another' little son has been visiting her relatives at that splendid f
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..t& the Mr.aand Mrs. W. A. season :
family of :
during the past
o place and Ozella .were in Ocala, Tues-. These enterprising young merchantsare .
A ,
:* Redding, of Jacksonville, "formerly -of day.i Mrs.: Burt left on the afternoon daily receiving"letters from all 'over nauer- said; ; ..y

this city, her in.Jacksonville. The
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H' Mr Max' Moyers, of Chattanooga; MaJ. L. T. Izlar 'left Tuesday for seeds. and stating that the writers. .. due,- to the, ,Ifb '

Tenn... has been the guest of his I sis- Blackville S. C., for a short visit to expect to. win that prize. tance 'given us' '


:ter, Mrs. Abe Brown In Ocala the past his daughter, Mrs. .S. C. Buist. His This pumpkin'contest is' evokinglots fellow, citizens; .
, of interest and this will certainlybe
bright little ,grandson. Sam Izlar Buist, ." donations,
J. -_ who haS'been spending the past six the banner pumpkin year: in Marion of work, was
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-'M a. meeting'of. the "democratic' months with_ his grand parents. in this county. 1omatic, easy .
I': er's at, Weirsdale'last Saturday Mr. Izfar'
city, accompanied -MaJ. home. To Attend. the Grand Lodge K. of P.Messrs. .. treasurer: Mr.

;'if.w., Allsopp was elected committeeman serves a great I
that place, V ,1Irs..H rbert Lyies and little daughter -
diligence and '
ffor T. E. Biggs, T. J. Owen
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are in Ocala 'and will in all pro- .
: and J. G.. Ferguson left Tuesday ov r Secondly; we :
.r bability make their home'wlth Mr. and ;
CoL W N. Camp arrived home .the Atlantic roast Line to attend the deal, of our
. Mrs! J. W. Lyles, parents of the late ,
rTiesday- Virginia of forts ''of
. morning from Roanoke meeting of .the Grand Lodge, our :
Herbert Lyles; who was killed at ,New-
and will spend a short while Knights of. Pythia's which; convenesin Izlar, (the !

.here with his, family. berry last week. Palatka this, week.' ment:, of these

The Dunnellon lodge K.-of P, is represented makethe
William Hocker'went down to
;I. Mrs. : .
CotR.-F. Rogers,.of the Rogers-Mil-! Tampa Monday ,afternoon, to be pres- by Dr., Griffith who left tinized every

ner-Tiller Company at Electro was atIbUS.lness ent at the Bernhardt performance In Tuesday, also for Pnlatka, and .by, Mr upon the same

,[ visitor, to Ocala Tuesday and that city. Tuesday night Mrs. Hack Maurice, Strauss! who left Wednesday Thirdly, our' F i

" '. this office an' agreeable. calL- er's sister, Mrs. Addle Hansbrough; ,Isalso day., (.' ., David S.

; in Tampa and is the gnes t of The lodge will be'-in 'session for work put upon :

-[ their brother. Mr.. John Hansbrough. several-days and a pleasant time. ..is ful, and .
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anticipated.
I-a tan.of .Mr, J. N. Strobhar, of;Galnes- Mrs. Hocker returnee''home Wednes- bouquet' In his, ,

l'wee; was in Ocala" Tuesday_ day. ;Unique Sewing Machine Fan. I Last but .not

: 0 1':. Van Hood.
Mrs: Charles E. Taylor has accepted I
.Mrs. Harry Hoag and,little son, of '
a. position with the New Idea ResT Mr: T. H. JP. Bloodwo'rth is In Ocala : own. .way has
Eustis, are in Ocala. tQ.spend'a week I 1
taurant. She will have charge "of the exhibiting a very unique sewing machine -"of the best !
sot ten days'with Mrs. Hoag's sister, .
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ice creard. parlors for. this establishment fan at, the. Ocala, 'Furniture tion and has
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&ts Robert Taylor. 0
;-.. : For several seasons... ,Mrs.. Tay-' .. store which Is attracting a great deal ing care.
fL. lor has had 'charge of the ice cream of attention and is all that -he claims I I Mr. George
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department of Mr. Taylor's store.and' for.It. :The, price is only 50 cents.,,. rough dra.tf of
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.. at the Tea Pot, grocery, has I I
-.: is thoroughly equipped for this .posi \ -. I erected on the
lneved, his family ,from Dunnellon to tion. .' .After a very pleasant_. visit, with her ed' by the hosp

"i this city and ,they jft'Ill be pleasantly r I daughter Mrs. Owen, in Pensacola i I of 'the
Welcomed '
here Mr. Henry Peterman who ..formerly 'Mrs. Beatrice Marean: Ocala's gifted The-hospital f fe

'' -- lived in this city, has returned to Ocala authoress has returned home. her rillion ,style, .
A.8.ft. Cough Medicine for Children.
with the Ocala Foundry daughter Mrs. Owens returned with the I
., .labuying; cough medicine for hlld- and la now ceiving.
.ten never be afraid .to buy Chamber-, 'and:Machine shops. It bas been''four. her and will spend five or'six1 weeks in ,cal world. The I I

:i&Ia's'Cough Remedy. .There, is no years since Mr. Petermari. left :Ocala Ocahu For; the 11'1tt t! in' .ten I building is to' 1
j;: 4a.ncer; from it and relief is always
lere .to..fpllow.- It especially val- and' his 'friends are glad to have< .himbacjcragainl years Dr.. and -Mrs. Marean and. all various wards, !
_for colds,- croup and -whooping together : I
; r of: their 1a.1111y.are :>- ed from the !
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,$ioooo Worth of a New and Seasonable Goods Ordered for this Special Sale, Besides. .the Alread*.

_ : Magnificent Stock .Carried, by The Boston Store. This is the Opportunity to Secure_ Spring GoodsJ.

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Men's 5.00 shoes, price$3 48 I Men's shirts, Madras & I.Jincu79c 120 doz. boy's and girls' 'indsor'ties, Girard Elasiic, Seam Drawers39q" i.
F Men's 3 50 shoes, 2.98 Men's shirts! fancy, 7oc. valu. __49c't'I; in all colers 15 and 25c. \'alue10, I II Men's: Lisle u. shirts and drawers-_39 :. t l
Ladies' $2.r shoes,prlCe' _-_-,-$1.98 Men's shirts, fancy, 50c. value _-39c Men's $2.5o Hats, all shapes_.__1.98 II Men's gauze!I. shirts and drawers__f 9c;; I
Ladies'$2.00shoes! price ----.,$i.63 :Men's: four-in-hand ties 25c. value J9c \ en'sTelescop and Fedoja hats.$\.49 lens black and fancy,Hose______9c It
... Ladies' 1.75 shoes, price_----$J.39' Men's four-in-hand] ties 50c. value37c Big lot, broken sizes,syndicate sale__93c I';: Men's black and fancy Hose______J9c: H
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1785 yds.1 Crepe de Clfiene waisting, 500 yds.: fancy Silk, Grenidene: weight, I 1000 yds. Indian Head, regular 12c 500(3 yds Yalencienes -La e, Edging f

mercerized, regular 25c value..15c suitable for waisting._-_______,39c 1 and 15c values ---,.__-_.__j____9c and Insertion, syndicate price--3c. t
983 yds. White Mull waisting and 500 yd Mull, all shades, regular 25c I 812 yds. French linen-finish Suiting, 10000 yds. Cambric Embroidery, Edge t
suiting, regular 2[>c value____ J5c value, syndicate price. ---- ---- 15c (! loo and 2nc values_.. 12% awl! J5c ing and Insertion, our price _,5c'i i
1800 yds. Basket Weave waisting andsuiting I 800yds.: : Belfart Chambrays: all cplors, I 1 SOG yds. French dotted! Swiss, all IOO )d5. Swiss Embroidery, 14 in. II
17c to 20c stuil*______ \2c regular 15c lue. ,___ -------;9c I colors, syndicate price. .. -----9c.wide. syndicate price ___...____.J6c Ii
1100 yds. summer Satines, mercerized, 1200 yds. Cran'ford Seersucker Ging1000, yds.Long Cloth and Nainsook 10,000; yds. Yalencienes Lace, regular 31
25c valued___..______J5c hams, fast colors" .. fie 40 in. wide "
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? 985 yds. BrilliantineSi :all colors, 50cto"$1.50 ioOO yds. Musselline'tissues, all shades 1800 yds' LonsdaleCambric! 36 inches Torchon Lace,. extra wide, good quality [I
syndicate price 23c to 59c :20c.,and 25c values.---J2| and 15c 'I wide, syndicate price-- -- ...--___9c syndicate sale______5 and T/z c !
1240yds. 36-in.:Tafieta Silk, all shades .1856 yds. Lncille-Organdi, with large II 1400 yds cotton Voiles all shades, forsuits Oriental l Lace in all shades and widths )
t the"very latest, worth $1.50 ____98c figures and flowers--_-___,.____J5C I aud skirts.-\2l/2 and 15c 'I I.I ,syndicate.price2Vz and 25c ,:
986 yds.imported .t'pol1etteSlksult- i 875 yds. Demlne.Orgalldl, silk 1500 yds. white mercerized Waisting, 500 .yds. Lace Yoking in the latestableforkimonasanddraperies38c
I striped, 20c'and 25c values._>J2ic I regular 35c and 40c stuff,-_____23c designsour; price _,__ 25 to 69c I
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500 y ds. 20-in. Pores 9 ues,, all shades, 100 yd,. Rosewood Zephyrs, silk 3000 3.ds. solid-color Lawn, regular 200 yds. Embroidery, latest-- designs; I

-I regular 05c to 75cstulF. _______53c finish, regular 20c and 25 stuff. J2k 12c and 15c values .__________9c 75ato $2 values ____49c to $J.45 j
k 22-in. Taffeta Silk, all shades, 500 yds. cross-bar and checked
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yds yds. Vendetta Batiste regular 8c 1000 la and
r regular G5c and 75c vat ies..-___48c ings,.white, syndicate sale-___ 7c value, syndicate pric ., ,_ 5c gilts, also gold and ')
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900 yds. China Silk, all shades, "egu3000 yds. fast-colored Lawn; stripes, 763 yds. Torquoise Silk. latest tints ;
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4r- ,' '--- Mr. and Mrs. SCott Entertain at Cards I. Prccht-Monsees. I' Death of Lieut. R. S. Pike. WHO SHALL BE FAIREST.. -"

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t for Miss Rheinauer and Miss Mr. Henry Jacob Precbt of thist Who hall be fairest?

If ( Davenport. i city and Miss Katherine Claudia'iMonsees Rev., J. M. Pike, of' this city has received Who shall be rarest?
Who shall be first in the that
songs we
a telegram,announcing that hiss
of Savannah Georgia, were
i I i' Complete and delightful In sing?
[ Does your baking powder every united 'In marriage Wednesday evening n. Lieut. R. ,S. Pike of the Eleventh .,he who Is kjndest

t I detail, was the large c-.rd party given March, the fourteenth at half I United States ,Infantry, stationed at When fortune is blindest
1 Bearing through winter the bloom of ,
to the young people of Ocala on Fri- past eight o'clock at the, Lutheran
contain alum ? Look I I J Fort D. A. Russet Wyo.. died yester- spring.
upon day evening by Mr, and Mrs. Gordon church of thescensIOIt In Savannah. ,r Charm of her gladness,
day morning after a short illness with Friend of our sadness
Miss, Monsees is the daughter of
S. Scott In honor of Miss Gertrude
*
Angel of life when its pleasure takes
I.;< label. Use ; Rheinauer, of New York City and Mr. and Mrs. Claus H. :Monsees andIs pneumonia. wing!

the only powder Miss Mary Davenport of Chattanooga an attractive and accomplishedyoung Lieut. 'ike was born, in Yarmouth* She She shall shall be be fairest'rarest,

Tennessee, two of the attractive win- lady. Mr. Precht Is the:) manaT Nova Scotia, In 1877. He enlisted .as She shall be first In the songs,that we

; l label : ter visitors In Ocala. ger of the Ocala House'Wine Rooms sing. .
whose shows it to be I a private In the Spanish-American ,
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Miss Rheinauer and has many friends ,to wish him Who shall be nearest
r war ,and fought gallantly In Cuba and
a'
I Miss Davenport Mr. J, H, Taylor and happy wedded life. Noblest and dearest
in the Philippines. He afterwards re-> Named but with honor and pride ever-
: made with : cream of tartar. Mr. O. B. Howse received in the parlor Immediately after their marriage, more?
celved an appointment as first lieut*
Mr. and Mrs.Precht left for
i a
and gave to each guest a happy He, the undaunted,

I greeting, :Mrs.: Scott was gowged in three week's wedding trip, their In- ena. t In the regular army, in which Whose's banner is planted,

Uenery to include New York City capacity he was serving at the time On Glory's' high ramparts and battle- .
NOTE. Safety lies in buying a lovely white dress over pale blue. 'ments hoar; ."
of his death.
Saratoga, Niagara Falls Detroit'and I
Miss Rheinauer wore white net em- Fearless to danger

only the Royal Baking Powder broidered in blue and pink and Miss other cities after' which they will return The remains will be brought. to Columbia ,,: !'I To falsehood a stranger- .

Davenport wore light blue crepe de to Ocala to make their home and will probably reach the Looking not back while there's duty

g which is the best cream .of tartar I I chene. I here. city about Monday at which time in-; I before.He shall be nearest .

The lovely Fort King avenue home terment will take place at Elmwood He shall be dearest,

h! !* baking powder that can be had of Mr and Mrs. Scott presented a Mr. John J. Harris Atlantic Coast cemetery.-Columbia; (S. C.) State. He shall be first In our hearts ever-'

Line freight and passenger agent at Rev.. J., M. Pike and 'family formerly -, more! .
...A scene of beauty and elegance with its
Valdosta, Ga., spent Saturday morn'ing lived in this city Mr. Pike being I
F rich floral decorations. All the walls S,
In Ocala. He:was on his way to the pastor of. the Methodist church
the
were hung with bamboo and fireplaces -

were, completely hidden behind Citra to spend Sunday with his mother here, and it is with much regret that

:Mrs. S. S. Harris, at the Mansion. +
.- we learn of the death of his talented t!
I quantities of beautiful full bloom dog-
Mr Harris gives' very glowing account and patriotic son. : ;
Mr. Ward Griffin, Anthony, spent wood, blossoms and the pretty green
j
_. rcpt
of ,the continued growth of Val- *., -- -
; Sunday with his friends in Ocala:, foliage of the same. The chandeliersand
t! dosta. He says that like Ocala, it Is An.Exciting. Runaway. (
staircase were trimmed with the "
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I J-:1. an inland city and has no better advantages -
I'I sirs Williams, of Homosassa, bamboo and on the mantels tables, piano Friday morning quite an exciting te
I I I but it outstrips Ocala threeto
II spent Monday shopping, In Ocala. and cabinets were vases and bowlsof runaway took place in the second ..
one. Its population is nearly 15-
the most gorgeous roses, pansies, ward. Mrs. Edward Sweat and two
.
I 000. It has a carriage factory employIng -
Dr.; Eaton G. Lindner, of Anthony
violets and blossoms imagin-
r orange children were driving Into town; and
J nearly 200 persons, all of whomare
was our visitors on
among Sunday.
\ able. It was a sight to delight the
when at the corner ,of South Third
paid high wages. It ,has three fer-
; i iI sense of the most-artistic and the and Winona streets, the horse, which
I :Mr. D. Baker, of Punta Gorda, spent tilizer factories, three foundry and
combined orders of these sweet flow-
} : was a blind one became frightenedat
j Sunday in Ocala with Mr. and Mrs. P. machine shops and numerous other
ers was almost Intoxicating. some passing object and ran away.
i C. Davis. factories making an immense pay roll
r i Receiving and assisting in- the var- He ran between two trees and left the
,
and putting a large sum of money
_- ious rooms were Mrs.. E. L. Carney, buggy but not before throwing Mrs.
I Mr. H/R. Butch, of Fellowship was Into circulation. The sidewalks are all
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer Mrs. Charles'V. Sweat and 'the children out The former ,
:; I in Ocala on Monday transacting bus- qf cement and the streets are paved
; Miller, Mrs. W 'S. Bullock and received several bad bruises but
t s iness. with vitrified brick. Mr. Harris says
jlrs. Mallory LIddon. The punch bowl both children escaped without Injury.
I' that our citizens ought to get a humpon awe
f. '- was placed in the back hall and this The horse then proceeded, on Its mad ,- ,7e .
On Sunday .one.of the plate glass them, visit Valdosta and see howIt
nectar was served by Miss Sarah Mc- career knocking down fences and rac-
"; J windows of Messrs. Munroe & Cham- is done. : WleVocforGIVES
;" Creery and Miss Valeta Potter. ing through half the yards on/South ,
| bliss bank eras shattered. *
I ,
t I ; -J_ There were fourteen tables arrang- The City of Jerusalem. Second street. The horse finaHy ran, YOU .

ed'in the reception hall, parlor and library over the fence and Into the yard ..of
| Mrs. Rawls and Miss Rawls, of Port a complete treatment at .
and dining room all of these This wonderful the'homE of Mr. and Mrs. Will Neil-
\ Tampa, are the guests: of Mrs. Ras\l's reproduction, of the ; our store for 25 cts.; His
rooms opening one Into the other, < ,-u I'iy ,knocking his head into one of the
last son
i daughter, /:\Irs. R. B. King. i. City opened night on the 0 special "' Is Liver Com

i VI twenty-three rounds of this inter 1 next: to the city hall and .was Vis- windows, smashing the glass and cutt- I plaints 11 kinds and he ,

" I Mr. C. E, Herrick, manager of the ing game were played and thorou;; < I by about (two hundred who de- ing his own head quite severely. i guaran.. satisfaction!

Ir. c Dixon Crucible .Ccmp n}'. represented ly enjoyed after which the card tai'were ,ired it to be ,the"mo'st beautiful Several' persons narrowly escap.ed I cr money back.Ramon's .
.
I j i: Crystal River in Ocala Monday cleared and lovely refreshments well as wonderful, exhibition ever being run over by the terrified animal j 1 I Liver Pills

: served. shown in this city. It Is not a picture and for a ,short while things were certainly and Tonic Pellets make

| Those who enjoyed the hospitalityof show. It is thoroughly mechanical lively In that neighborhood.Mr. '
Mrs. W. D. Graham, of Asehville X.i permanent cures.
: Mr. and Mrs. Scott the following ,
were
; C., 'is in the city and is the guest .of and electrical., The buildings, of
: and Mrs. R. 0. Connor Enter-
Gertrude Rheinauer
: Misses ;
Mrs. W, J. Lohrlg for a short while. the ancient city are built up in full '
Mary Davenport, Sarah McCreery; Va relief and the people are representedby tain"a Few Friend; .Informally.Mr. I I' Touched Pittman & Son.

I leta Hattie Sara Harris.
I :Mr. W, D. Nichols has gone to At- Potter Dye moving; figures as natural as life. and Mrs. R. 0, Connor were the j I I
Friday forenoon
Margaret\ and Mamie Bar- while -no one
Taylor
horses and'mules Sue The show Is and beautiful
lanta to purchase grand and
jj co, Annie Davis, Florrie Condon, Beatrice host and, hostess at a very delightfullittle I I was In the office, or even in the front
for .his livery stable in this city. well worth seeing It will be. open Informal party Friday night ,
Grace Mattie t I part of the building some one opened
Sinclair Hatehell. _
from :3 to 5 and 7 to 9:30 every day
at which time they entertained a do-
I the money drawer of Pittman
& Son's
Williams, Allie Van Juhan, Freddie
Mr. I. DoJd Is-a?!. formerly of this week. The admission is only 15 their friends at their
moreof
Foy. Edith Piatt, Louise Harris Lou zen' or.. 'i l l furniture store and took therefrom,
_
Ocala, who now travels for a Philadelphia cents and children 10 cents: comfortable and lovely home about t!I '
Moody, Sue Anderson Annie Mathews I twenty-seven dollars. AH the money
flnn. was In Ocala Monday. I
out the
two miles on Orange avenue
Janet .Weathers, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.-Nick L. Fort, of Moss Bluff, was stolen was in paper, and as there was

Mr. H. A. Fords -In the- city from Charles, Rheinauer. Mr. and Mrs. C. i Iin the city Saturday and paid this office hard road. The hours' were happily I quite a quantity of silver In the drawer .

his Alabama marble quarry to spend V. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Mallory: Lid- I a pleasant visit. He related quite spent playing various games and enjoying s! the thief evidently dfan't like the
i iwhich'
.
music after
excellent
a'short while with hs! family. don, Mrs. E. L. Garner. )I1's. W. S. I a "fish" story. It happened this way: some I tinkle of coin so just passed It up to

Bullock Messrs. J. H. Taylor, O. B. Mr. Albert Fort, his brother was fish- elegant an.d' bountiful refreshments the proprietors ta! relieve the till of

L: 1 Genuine merit has made Blue Rib- Howse, C. H. Lloyd, Emmett Robinson Ing on the Ocklawaha river and had were served. that burdensome lucre. rI
The evening spent with Mr. and Mrs.j!
bon Vanilla and Lemon famous. Absolutely T. H. Harris, M. J: Roess Ben been having remarkably bad luck all
: ; Connor one of many pleasant J The "City of Jerusalem."
pure, goes twice as far as Itheinauer H. A. Waterman, A. Hard- day and was on the point of going wa.s I _
memories to those who were fortunate I
i other kinds and the flavor is perfec aker J. H.. Bell, Harvey Clark, Guy home emptyhanded when he heard a
enough to. be present. I I 1 A grand reproduction of the neientI
tion. 10 and 25c sizes. Zewadski Emmett Cowden, Harry peculiar noise just behind him, which .
j i I city will be shown oa the lot next to _
Walters, Robert )Mathews Howard I upon_ investigation proved to be a The the Confederacy En i;
Daughters i! the city} 'hall for one week beginning
Let us do your Job priting. Esti- Walters, J. 'H. Workman, John Pe- large trout struggling in the water. He tertained. i, "

I fe'j mates on books, pamphlets, briefs, etc., lot, Alfred Beck. John Sullivan, ',,;:. picked up tlj5 fish and found that he ___ i I i I i tonight at 7: o'clock. This great mas-
=- 1 terciece has visiting the cities
been
solicited.. D. Taylor, James Taylor, Hampton was suffering from a severe case 'of Mrs. Hatehell entertained the j;
t \ :lof Florida this winter and is -
-- Chambers, Morris Smith Harry Pal- indigestion, hay just completed the Daughters of the Confederacy Friday |i everywhere
I Mr. Vernon Clyatt. of Arcadia, for 1 declared to be the grandest affair -
], : ,mer and Leon Fishel. task of swallowing another trout afternoon at the home of her sister |
ever shown the state.
In.
afternoon In every detail beauty and artistic which weighed three pounds. The Mrs. C. A. Liddon. This was the '
i i reg-I' There will be free concert in front
arrangement distinguished this charm- trout which let his-appetite so .tar get ular monthly meeting of this a
: Clyatt for a few days. I I of the pavilion at, -o'clock.. Be sure
i Ing affair which was one of the most control qf him as to get into trouble tion and the usual business was trans-, i: "
'
and be there. ,
enjoyable, ones of the season. weighed ten pounds.Announcements. acted. Mrs. Fannie R* Gary the I
j Mr. ,W. K. Cleveland, of St. Petersburg '
Miss Louise Harris won. nineteen president of the chapter was In ,the
is In Ocala to spend a few days Received. The leading speaker at the annual
games during the evening, Mr. Harry S chair and the meeting was quite largely dinner of the American Newspaper
with the family of his brother. Mar-
Palmer won eighteen and they were'given attended.
Cleveland. I Publishers In New York was a doctor -
shal the prizes-the' former a silver The following cards were receivedin Among other things Mrs. Edward I of
: divinity who said in the course
Lewis of Ala., has Ocala Souvenir spoon and the lattera Ocala Saturday by the friends of Badger made a report on the funds
; Mr S. B. Ozark I'j of his rattling speech: "I don't care ,
bride
r returned to his ,home after a visit of beautifully bound copy of Meredith the : for the Confederate monument; which what the editors think. What I wantIs

I. several months. at Moss Bluff with his Nicholson's new book "The House of has Mr.the David honour Sage of Williams this chapter hopes at no distant, date :: the news. The editor is not the big
announcingthe
a Thousand Candles." to erect in Ocala. She reported sever- i
son Mr. John T, Lewis. man, in my opinion the big man is the

i I.I ._ The booby prizes an egg beater with marriage of his. daughter f al hundred dollars collected and prom- j: man who gives me the news. Given

J I i Mrs. J. S. Lewis of Flemington Is.. the following card, "beat with this Anne Munroeto ised.The I this I can form my own': opinions

: :;; visiting Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bally of next time" and a bottle of catsup, beautiful drawn work table I about it without the assistance of the

I Ii I this city. ("next time catch-up.") fell, $o ,the lot Doctor Ralph Waldo Lobenstineon cloth that was made by Mrs. Whet- j editors.' That's all right only it

of Miss Foy and Mr. Sullivan. Thursday, tbe'eighth of March stone and presented by her to the }i; might be better- not to carry the idea

|!i Mr. and Mrs. George H. MeCullough' The scores were marked by Mrs One thousand nine hundred and six chapter was drawn for at this meet- !
1 too far. Otherwise people who go to
of the, pretty ltttlel town of Candler, Carney and Miss Piatt on beautiful at Flushing, New York. ing. All of the numbers were put in- j
| j i iti i I church might prefer to expound their
were in Ocala Friday. hand painted flower score cards at to a box and one number was drawn !
{
The Remains of Mr. Lyles Buried. J own gospel instead of allowing the
,
I each table different flower Miss Annie Mathews. I
a being therefrom by
| J Col. R. F. Rogers was in .the city preacher In the pulpit to _do If for
used. These pretty little cards were The number drawn was 257 and the j
[ Friday from Electra where he is extensively Saturday morning the funeral of the them. That would play havoc with
j, painted by the accomplished young lucky holder of this number can have the
Herbert clergy.-Boston Herald.
engaged In turpentining.Mrs. late Lyles was held at the
daughter of the house, Miss Louise the table cloth by .calling at
I j home of his sister, Mrs. E. L. Frey- Mrs'l
Shaw and children went up to Scott, who is at school in Atlanta. mouth in this city. Rev. C. C. Carroll Frank Harris: When. it was first established the

Locklojssa short ; During the afternoon ice cream and Ocala Banner was $3 in price and four
Friday to spend a
: and and Rev. L. M. Moore officiatedat
while with relatives. .The Dog Pony Show. the funeral which was attended by cake was _served by the hostess asi i s pages in size. Now it is $I in ,prlc

sisted by Mrs. Liddon, Miss Caro Lid' and twelve pages Jn size. We hop
The SeIbel's Dog and Pony Show many of the friends of the deceased. '
I I Miss Legle BUtch, who attends don and Miss Annie Mathews. we give full value for every cent we
spent Friday In Ocala. At eleven o- The body was taken to Blitchton,
school In Ocala. accompanied her father Mrs. Charles Mathews will entertain receive. r
.. clock the street parade, headed by a where it was Interred.
Dr. S. H. Butch to Blitchton, Friday the Daughters next month j ---- -- ,
splendid band was given and was an Thagic death of this young man is
(ternoon to spend Sunday at --
home.\ unusually splendid one. very greatly regretted by everyone.: Dr. H. C. Howard and Miss Mary FRECKLES AND PIMPLES

!: -? At the afternoon performance the I i Howard, of Champagne Illinois, who' REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadinola.
Wr. Lang: Wins the Table Cloth.
I CoL Butnham of Waco, Texas who tent was packed and In the evening .'have spent the greater part of the '

: I I spends his winters on Lake Weir was this excellent show was again givena Mr..Louis Lang held 'the lucky number winter In Ocala with, Dr Howard's son I

I I In Ocala Friday returning the lake big audience. The beautiful little 257, that drew the beautiful drawn and daughter-in-law Mr. and 'Mrs. E. ; The' Complexion

I i from a business visit to Jacksonville. ponies clever dogs and funny mon- work table cloth that was chanced by; M. Howard left Saturday for their Beautifier is n- -

''I keys were as good as 'ever seen
: any the Daughters of the Confederacy on home. illr. i cloned ty tfiotuanJ

I. Mrs. W D. Graham of Asheville, N. in Ocala and not only the children, Friday afternoon. l a.- of fratefol]*3itt,and

j I C. formerly of Ocala, passed through but the older people as well wree. delighted Mr. Lang is certainly fortunate as Bernard Sellgman, ,of Columj taaruUcd to remove

the city Friday afternoon on her way with the. performance bus Georgia, arrived in,Ocala Friday all wul JicoLra-
,
the table cloth Is a beautiful one.
to the Fellowship neighborhood where The animals are all splendidly trained .f to join his wife and baby who have I N tiara tad raton ti.

,i she will visit relatives. Mrs. Graham well kept and, this aggregation Is Capt.. R,. E.',. Fllnn' was' burled 'In spent :the winter,here with :Mrs. Selig- 'H'.Ii':; ,"ut7oE'outla.' Tin
wont twcaty day tad
era u $0c. $1,00
I will Visit friends In ;Ocala before shereturns" worthy. of a splendid patronage wherever .the new; cemetery Saturday morning, I man's parents,; Mr..' and"'Mrs.'Charles all din ,
: at kadi// | ttortt, 'or l>y rouL
i .to 'Ashevllle. they exhibit. under the auspices of the Masons: '1. >Peyser. -. .f Inlaid MTOHAtTOtET CO. ,Par4 Tara





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PAGE" FOUFL, THE OCALA BANNER, ,FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1906. ,
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-4 "tfmmmm"mmnttf" "! !, !? ? .'three additional" witnesses viz; the composed and all in my own :handjiTlting1. ;: -, 1 4 --.:" j::
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... fl1UUIfltflflIfl1fl9 In Hoe chamber 'none, other. :
'i-two farm servants arid the i
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-. 4" than I could. have. been.. I knew, therefore -', .:If' i "
C dairymaid The two former expla1 ,. :11
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E- THE SEOFSQ ENQVISTst wii it'was that had written 'the -
ed how on the day of ,the murder they
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I discourse; and that it was no other
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had been sitting near the open'win- : '
: .... than myself/ Not more than half a .
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dow in the servant's room. and had ,t." : :i: ; 1Ii
l1l1U1U1U1U1U1U1Ull IU1U1U1UllillJ11ill11ullillill year previous, 1 had, in the same 'mar- i ,
illillll
............,......................-.......-....--- ---........-.--....-.............................. heard distinctly how the pastor and velous' 'state, gone' In the night time I
; the Niels w ere' .quarrelIng, and
'" .The. most trik1n.c_ 4>f circumstantial dig but that the job JW not suit him.and' man : Into the' church'alld, fetched .away-. A
I how,. the former had cried,put;. "1 will ... { COMMERCIAL
.'-- .evidence, in which the testimony he preferred'craCkIng .nuts. Just handkerchief which I. had .ieff in the,
-_ slay thee, dog! thou shalt lie dead at BANK,41
chair behind the altar. Mark now-
t .. against the accused was altogether -' then they heard -door In the house my feet!"'"They- added that they had
when the ,two witnesses ,this morning .
fabricated by the accuser .Is open and Niels said "Now, listen, twice before. heard the pastor threaten .'
.; delivered their evidence before the I OCALA, FLfl. .1
r ; on? taken- from. the- Danish records, and you shall hear a preachment" Directly Niel with the like The" dairymaid deposed .
i court then my previous sleepwalkings Branch of Commercial Bank of Jacksonville.
: and which, from its impressiveness after they heard (they could not. that on the night when, Larsen
sudlenly flashed across me; andI '
j has made the subject of remark by see, because 'the hedge was too high' saw the pastor in the garden. she was 4 ; '. rJ c'
likewise called to mind that'in the "Y : In L"-drr "
; :: -both Danish and German writers. The and too thick) how the two quarreled lying awake In bed, and heard the .f' ..... A.i" 'l..t} r! '... %
: morning after the night during,which 1 -"" '
: unhappy fate of the clergyman. Soren and how the one paid the other in door leading from the passage into the : T1Is
.
the must have been burled. I ';: ...
corpse
Qvist, Is familiar: to his countrymen kind. At last they they heard the pastor garden creak; and that when she rose ". ,' : ;' f.. -. ....
had been surprised to see my dress :., ; t..j '
'though many generations have passed "I and she the pastor \ '- : <
cry. will beat thee dog, until peeped out, saw
;> e I : ing-gown lying on the: floor Just Inside
: away since. the events which are. about thou Best, dead at my feet!" Where- In his dresing-gown and night-cap, go

: to be related. upon there were sounds as. of blows out into the garden. What he did the door, whereas it was always ;,

I? Soren was the pastor of the little and then they heard .Niels calling the there she saw not; but about an hour my custom to hang It on a chair by -

Village pf Veilby, situated a few miles pastor a rogue and a hangman. To afterwards she again heard the creak- my bedside. The unhappy victim of ---- -- -

from Grenaee, in the Jutland penin- this the pastor made no reply: but Ing of the door. my unbridled passion must. In all likelihood .'

: sub .He was a man of excellent moral they heard two blows, and they saw When asked what he had to say in I have fallen down dead in the w 'LANDS.

L character, generous, hospitable, and the iron blade of a spade and a part: his defense the pastor replied solemnly wood; and I must In my sleepwalking -' .

diligent in 'the performance of his sacred of the handle swing twice above the I' "So help ,me God I will ,say noth- have followed him thither. Yes- If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or ren2

: t % duties; but he was also a man of hedgerow, but In whose hands they ing but the truth. I struck deceased L the Lord have mercy-so It was, so or if you want to buy lands for farming, grazinturpentining
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constitutionally violent temper which could not discern. After this all was with the spade, but not otherwise than it must have been. or lumber purposes,

e he lacked the ability to restrain and quiet in the garden and, somewhat: he was able to run away from me, and On the following day sentence of '-

: was consequently 'ubject at times to alarmed and excited, the widow and L out of the garden; what became of |I death 'was passed upon the 'prtsonera Write to

"fierce outbreaks of wrath, which were I her daughter hurried on their .ay. him afterwards, or how he came to: sentence which many felt. to be too
.
a scrouge to his household when they Larsen disposed that, on the even- be buried In my garden, 'I, know not severe, and which led to a friendly BLOUNT: REAL" ESTATE :;
conspiracy his behalf and had it C
on
: occurred and a humiliation to him ;
ing of the day following that of the As for the evidence of Larsen and the t .

4 self. Like most Danish clergymen of disappearance of Niels, as he'was returning dairymaid, It Is either-a foul lie or it not been for his own refusal to be a i OCALA,, FLORIDA.. .

i-- that day, he was a tiller of the soil home very late from Tolstrup, is a hellish delusion. Miserable man party to anything unlawful he might .. :

as well as a preacher of the word: and was passing along the footpath that I am! I have no one on 'earth to have escaped. The jailer was gained --

and from the produce of his tithes which flanks the southern side of the speak In my defense-that I see clear- over, and a fisherman had his boat in thyself under another name, and never UclVER and

and the cultivation of1 his farm realized pastor's garden, he heard from within ly; if He In heaven likewise remains readiness for a flight 'to the Swedish set thy foot on Danish soil again as

-a comfortable 'competence. He the garden the sound of some one silent, I have- only to submit to -His coast where he would have\ been be- thou answer it with .thy life!" Niels

was a widower with 'two chIldren-a digging the earth. At first he was inscrutable wllL yond the reach of danger. But Soren did as he was- commanded, and parted

daughter who kept house for him. and rather startled; but seeing" that- it was When, some weeks later, the trial Qvist refused to flee: He longed, he- from Morten -forever. He had enlisted -

? a son holding". officer's commission clear moonlight, he determined to find came on, two more 'fresh witnesses said for death; and 'he would not adda for a soldier, had sufferedgreat

i, In the army. At Ingvorstrup, & village -, out who it was that was working In were produced. They declared that new stain to his reputation by a furtive I hardships, and lost a jimb and had -

not far,'from- Yellby, dwelt a cat-\ the garden at that late hour; where- on the oft-mentioned night they were flight He maintained his strengthof returned to his native place a mere FUNERAL'IDiTO1t

; tie farmer.one, Ii' -.Morten- Burns, who, bymeans upon he slipped off his wooden shoes, proceeding along the road'which runs mind to the last, and from the scaffold \\ree::. t

anythingbut I -, honest and honorable Climbed up the hedge, and parted the from the pastor's garden to the wood, he addressed to the bystanders a -

had{acquiredconsiderable prop tops of the hazel bushes so as to enable when they met a man carrying a sackon discourse much power, which he Doctors are ruzzled. I !

perty, and' 'who'wis' In ill repute asa himself to see. -Then he saw the his back, who passed them and had composed In prison during his neth The ilclver remarkable, of Vancesboro recovery ,of Me.Ken-. Is ,

: reckless ,self-seeker, and oppressor pastor in the green dressing gown he walked in the direction of the garden. last days. It treated of anger and Its subject of much Interest to the medi- Hav.. a full sU>ek of Coffinr {r": t

Of the poor.. This man Morten thought usually wore, and With a white night- His face they could not see, inasmuchas direful consequences, with: touching cal fraternity and .a wide circle of aDd Burial Outfits. $r'Dt-ei.rxij

fit to pay. court to' the pastor's daugh- cap on his head, busied in leveling it was concealed by the overhanging allusions 'to himself and the dreadful to friends.severe He inflammation says of his of case the"Owing throat :L Burial !services. "-f-- I

;; ter, but his suit was rejected by both the earth with a. spade; but more than sack; but as the moon was shining -, crime to which his anger misled him. and' congestion of the' lngs, three ]I t, Embalming to Or4

parent and child.... ; and either jthe refusal this he did not see for the pastor on his .back, they 'could plainly Thereafter, he-doffed his coat, bound doctors last resort gave I me was up induced to die, when to try as Dr.a J I i:! --"-.".. "." ...... ..... :.;;:

or' the .manner of It, so irritated turned 'suddenly round as if some descry that he was clad in 'a pale with his own hands the napkin *fore I King's New Discovery and I am hap-i '

_ .: .. the suitor that he swore sec. :!/ to sound had struck his ear and witness green coat ''and white night-cap. He his eyes, and submitted his neck to :. py to say it saved my life." Cures I Jerry PurnetttMerchant
?
I
t the forst coughs, colds, bronchitis ton- j
I' be revenged on both. being afraid of detection, let himself disappeared near the pastor's garden the executioner's sword.Oneandtwenty silitis:, weak lungs, hoarseness and la

: Some. months later, when the short' down, and ran away. hedge. No sooner did the pas to, hear years after the pastor grippe. Guaranteeed at Tydings & I

lived suit! had been forgotten, the'pas- When the witnesses had thus disposed !, the evidence of the witness to.this Soren Qvist of Veilby, had been bottle Co.'s druggists.free. 50c. and $1.00. Trial m j tf
-
tor being in want of a farm servant, Morten demanded that the par- 'effect than his face turned an ashy accused tried, condemned and executed -

engaged.'Niels: Burns, a poor brother son should be arrested. Wishing to hue, 'and he cried out in a faltering for the murder of his serving-man A Marriage Write-up Without. Flow- 'I I Tailoni

; I'S o( the Rich Morten, the discarded lov-, avoid such a scandal if l.ossible, the voice, "I am ..fainling:" and was so an old beggarmah applied for alms to ers. i J ;

er. Niels ,soon showed himself to be magistrate, who was a friend of So- prostrated in body that! he had to .betaken the people of Aalsoe. the parish adjoining I_ f Ocala Florida. .-' t

_ an utterly worthless fellow, lazy Imp ren's,. proposed that they should go together back to"prison. There, after a to Yeilby. Suspicions were The editor pf the GaXiord- Sentinel f (

den; and overbearing; aud the' result to the parsonage where they period of severe suffering, to the intense -' aroused by the exact likeness the beg- out .In Oklahoma married, the other Finest Importen and i

was a constant recurrence of r would probably receive a satisfactory astonishment of every one, he german bore to 'Morten Burns,. of Ing- day and he wrote an account of his 'Domestic Cloths. :

quarrels and mutual recriminations explanation of the facts deposed to. made, to his friend. the district mag- vorstrup, who had lately died, and also own w'edding for his own newspaper.He Tutting a perj (

between him, and his master. Soren Morten consented to this, and the istrate who had first by the curious and anxious inquiriesthe .
party I arrested him, the wrote; "This is the, first instance, Fits Guarantee!
1 on more than, one occasion gave the : set out. On approaching the house following: strange l'onfesIon--.From man made concerning events long in several years! of newspaper'work

..... fellow a thrashing! which did not at L they saw Soren coming to meet them my childhood, as far back as I remember past., The pastor of Aalsoe, who had that the' writer has dared to tell the

all tend to improve ,the relations be.tween" -when Morten ran forward, and I have ever been passionate. buried! Morten Burns, took the vaga- truth about a wedding, for fear of getting I

them. The 1; relations, however: _bluntly accused him of murdering his quarrelsome, and proud-impatient of bond to' his parsonage, and there ,the licked, and does t
so now, with a Education
_ .; were destined' to come to a speedy brother, adding that he was come with contradiction, an
_-! ;.: ,<-;Close.-ji The pastor* had set Niels toi the magistrate to make search' for the blow. Yet have 1 srMom let the sun I tous nature of the admission, acknowl- editor, and is not' a popular, and accomplished eaUoa.Ho tearing Ctiluee&lyaparetiiue8tadia home or employment to pt Bafc| (

"'*aa* dig!. a piece of ground in the garden body. The pastor made. no reply, but go down (In'-my wrath, nor shave I edged that heas Niels BurAs, the loader of society-in Bookkeeping Aritiiinetie, ,Ujrebr] -

__ ; .. ." but, ba coming out he found him not I II J ('ourteouslygreeting the magistrate\, borne Ul-\\Ill, to any one. When buta very mau for whose supposed murder he doesn't know as much about it fact asa ; TfcwoBcUy Grammar,Khetoric Taoc&t,Science by MaiL*Kstw7L Teactns fc3l z|]

;- .' 0" digging, .but leisurely resting on, his gave directions io the fArm servants, lad I dew in anger a dog which the pastor had suffered the shameful rabbit. His hair is red, and the to tree.paexaminaUO7I5.Address. I.1TTMFa1&Xk3D IOyr OtSsOC ,

::: :::' "- spadeand cracking nuts, which he i had I who now gathered round, to aid by one day ate my dinner, which I had death of a criminal. Had his brother freckles on his face crowd each other 1

'pluckedhis work being left undone. all the means In their power .th left in his way. When, Morten: survived him,. it. is pretty I
:" The pastor' scolded him the as a student certain for room. In the dusk Jt is hard to .... .................... .. ,
_ -V f' angrily; search about to be ma.e. Morten led I went on foreign! travel J entered, the truth, concealed so long distinguish him from a telephone pole.

"(*?, man, retorted, that It was no business the 'way into the' sranlen- and after on slight provocation into a broil with had never been known as Niels hadonly He has never considered that I

1: '- t <"of 'hIs to dig in- the rarden" at .which.. looking round. for. some. time, pointedto a German youth in Leipsic, challengedhim. i returned'. to the district in the I looked very bright or promising the future --WATERMEONS-J( [ '

,Soren'struck him twice- In the face, a certain spot and called upon the and gave him a wound that endangered hope of profiting by Morten's death, it has always kept him too '..=;;;. (
busy .3,.
?
paying :
--
and the fellow, throwing down the the ..
men to dig there The men fell ,to his life. Tor that ,deed, J feel nens of which had accidently his board bills to have dreams ,

spaderetaliated with a volley of : work and Morten joined them, working it, I merited that which has now come reached him. He professed-and, Indeed about future greatness.: He any is Good. Money in Growing L ii.f
abuse. Thereupon the old lost i; just a
,
man with a show of frantic eagerness upon me after 'long years; but the plainly experienced-the utmost common sort of a fellow, and claims termelons. JiI

all self-control, and seizing the spade j I When they had dug to a little depth punishment falls upon my sinful head horror'on hearing' the dreadful history distinction
t only in
: -, he dealt the fellow several blows, with .. the ground proved "so hard ,that it was with tenfold weight now that I am of the'pastor's cruel fate. It was san from the soles that he Is a Kan- have been planting eacha j !
of his clumsy feet for: several from 7ft1(
Niels years
It. fell to the earth like
; one evident it had not been broken up"for broken down with age, a clergymanand all Morten's doing he said; but he to the top of his ,+'"
-head.
W&t
dead The bride Js acres in Eden variety of !
I -: : but, when his master in great a long while. Soren had looked on, a father. Oh Father, in heaven! was so overcome by the terrible nar- the >>
: alarm raised him he broke I youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. melons and have made good'ey WO
up away, quite at case, and now he said to.Mor It Is. 'here that the wound is sorest. rative that he could .scarcely gather N. J, White
and
.: ;lea ed through the hedge, and made ten, "Slanderer, what have you got for After: a pause of anguish, he con- strength to reply to the questions putto in Solomon was born and'raised every year. I secured'Eden ''gO
: Valley. Judging from seed to with and has
off into the neighboring wood. From him. the begin
-. your pains Instead of replying Mor- tinued: "I will now confess the crime The result of his examinationand job she has
that time he taken on her hands she Improved them each bf f
: was seen no more, and ten turned to Larsen, and asked him which no doubt I have committed, but cdnfession may be summed up is a year
young lady of
all more than seed from only l8Z1
inquiries ordinary lecting
after him proved vain. where it my
was that he had seen the of which I am neverthelessnot fully very briefly. Morten had conceived a nerve."
The above and well melons, I',ha
the
was pastor's account 'of mortal shaped
parson digging. Larson hatred of
pointed to a conscious. That I struck the unhappyman Soren Qvist from the
_ -i: _: the facts.--. them dried In the shade, Ti
heap of time that
cabbage stalks haulms herefused '
dried with the spade I know full well. him his daughter GivesHealth, Vigor and Tone.
Ere long'strange rumors began to and other refuse, and said he thought and have already confessed; whetherit and had determined on revenge. Herbine is a boon to sufferers 'from i will when properly planted *1l!
: circulate in the neighborhood and aneamia. By Its use the blood come as they are sound 1
as that was the place. The rubbish was were with the flat side or with ,the It'was he who compelled Niels to, take quickly regenerated and the is I j up

a matter. of course, they reached the, soon removed and the men began dig- sharp edge I could not in my passion service with: the pastor:, he-- -had--- -r-1'11'1111'' ._' normaL---- Th- .. *>. *uiuuupmg color- ,,becomes :__- I full.: I have 1500 lbs.. of ehol

", pastor's ears. Morten Burns was ging at the soil beneath. They had | discern;' that he' then fell down, and red him oii to the repeated offenses. diminished.strength Is revived.Health The languor is: seed to offer at 50c per Ib.

known to hasaid that "he would not dug long when one of them cried afterwards again rose up and ran in the expectation that violence'' would predominate. New, ,vigor life and and happy tone you send your order for seed
'.make the parson produce his brother out, "Heaven preserve us!" and as allpresent away-that is all that I know to a result, owing to the pastor's hasty activity results. Mrs. Belle H. Shriel wish me to do so, I will InSt

':- even if"he had to dig him out of the I. crowded to look, the crown of surety. What follow s-heaven help temper; and had carefully nursed the been AHddlesborough troubled with II., liver writes,' 'I have you how to prepare, fertilize *
:
.- ,. earth.. Soren was 'intensely pained a hat ,was visible above the earth. me-four! witnesses have seen: namely feud which soon arose between mas- and poor blood, and have found complaint nothIng cultivate. Let your order come .

.- ,ked at the calumny implied and institut- "That is NielX hat cried Morten. "I that I fetched, the corpse from the ter and man. Niels! told him daily all have to wished benefit'me that I had like Herbine. I at once. I sold the same kind f

-'o} at his own expense a quiet search know it well here is a security we wood and buried it r'and that this must that took place. On leaving the gar- ;ny' husband's" time" SOcts.known, it m in seed over S. C., Ga.. and Fia. kf

; -, :, after the missing man-a search shall find him! Dig Away he shout be substantially true I am obliged to den 'on that fatal day, he had run over _- year which gave perfect sa
:=which failed altogether. Even before ed with fierce to / A Flower for Burr tion. ;
that failure energy and was almost believe, and I will tell you wherefore. Ingvorstrup to acquaint his brother ,,4.

was known Morten Burns as eagerly obeyed. Soon an arm appeared I Three, or. four times in'my life, thatI with what had happened. Morten Hudson ,
In fulfillment Burr. the sliLci
: of his threats, applied I and In "a few minutes the en- know of. it has happened to me to shut him 'up in a private room that others one man of all I. FURHANBlackviUe
the
". to on
=- the district railroad
magistrate, taking with commission'who
j lUre corrsewas disinterred. There walk In my sleep. The last time no one might see him. Shortly after has done S. C. :
him as everythjng in his
witnessesone
Larsen, a cot- could power In
j be .no doubt that It was the (about nine years ago,) I was next midnight when the whole villagewas the interest of the fe:
tager, and a laborer's people, has
widow con-
and j '
missing'man. The' face could not be day to preach a funeral sermon over asleep, the two brothers went to sented to stand
daughter : for
ua ihe reelection. He
strength of whose recognized, for the was W"1
!;- I decomposition bad remains of a man who had unexpectedly a place where the roads cross each elected four It

y testimony,-. .the" he declared his suspicionthaf i! commenced, and the features had been met with a dreadful death.I other and where two days previouslya take care 'of years the ago on a platformto
pastor had slain his-broth injured by blows but all his people's interests .
at
er The'magfstrate I : clothes. was a loss for a text, when the suicide, had'been buried-a, young and he has lived to t.c'i. !;
represented to him up every plank
even unto his shirt with his name on words of a wise man man of about Niel's '.

-' a.the' charge> risk' he, ran in making so serious i it, were Identified by his fellow ser- Greeks suddenly occurred among the to ancient me, In spite of Niels reluctance age and and stature remonstrance -. thereof.not yet True what, freight rates in Floridaare Pay You !" 1
against the I they should
? clergyman and i vants; even a leaden 'ring In the left "Call no Man happy until he they be, and .1
dug
:j "'advised'him I be In his I up the corpse the best. way to ,
-: :> before 'it"was to weUh the matter well Ii:i ear of the corpse wavrecognized as for the text of a Christian discourse and took It into Morten's'house. "Niels a full board of get them is to elect .Ji:t:;
., too late. But Morten which Niels commissioners" the
had
one .
::- ;. persisted" In his". .i worn for'years. grave. To use the words of a heathenwas was made to strip and don a suit of Hudson Burr '.j...J
design, and the state- There was no alternative but to stamp.-:Manatee Rec-
ar- not ;
Morten's
: !:, ments of the witnesses methought, seemly; but I and the corpse was clad, ord. You have any Real ff

down. The widow Karsten were taken rest 'the pastor on the spot-Indeed,. then remembered that the same I piece by piece, in Niei's cast-off .- IF to sell,
,\ deposed f he willingly surrendered_ himself merely thought, clothes
.: that expressed in well-nigh the even to the very car-ring. United States: SenatQr J. W.
the
on Bailey
,
very day when Niels Burns his
protesting Innocence.
,;; "Appear same terms, was -to be Then Morten battered the, 'of Texas OR \
3'W': sal met with dl"nti .f.r'a will buy the Iroquois
J30jiave fle I
in with
the .
Apocrypha. a spade, and hid it breeding farm
I I in
a sack near
,,she and her daughter._ EV;r had ly this must be the work of Satan sought and sought, but could until the next 'night when and will Lexington, Ky., Y\Ju're thinking; of coif!;|
passed by the not find they car- actively1 engage In the breed- I F
.pastor's garden about
arid his
ministry; ,but He' still lives the to Florida for' home., if
passage. It, was late ried it into a
I the ing
wood .
/ was 'wear- by Veilby of thoroughbred .
.
li i)he. houTo bt noon. When they were who will at his pleasure par- race horses. <
-- a>- f "t *- make my innocence led by '
some
nea ly.ln.front. of the.-hedge previous labor; I there- sonage. Niels asked what alI of these '
; which enei'iJt"9Q I I manifest Take ine to pris- fore One .
went to of the OR
worst
bed and preparations things
meant about
$ the Sisiern. soon fell to Morten then told these i
-k side they on: In solitude 'c'halns' '
1J. ,, and I will sleep. race outbreaks I
'' Greatly
him
:' .. .) ear I I did I marvel the next to mind his own business and such as occurred at You inyestin
.rSl\ j,.one.iCalllng-iF .. Jt was j await what He in his' wisdom shall desire to i ,
j I morning when, on arising and'seating to go and, fetch Springfield, Ohio, is the discussion" IF
'i.. NIels- who: ,was.jon. Ahe"()tiiec- ,side. of decree.". the parson's green. of kind of Florida propeJ; "-
yl pthe I myself at my writing desk, I dressing-gown' and the "race problem" that ,
; -"- ..huel.bush ,\tan ,whoJnnw_ bent I The pastor was removed to saw be- ,cap. This Niels I they stimu-
:k .Ab k'the i 5 )ianes4apdasked.1se If. '. at Grenaee the' the goal for me, written in large letters on apiece refused to do, whereupon Morten late, aNew ..- TOSEE
ame night and
.
on the
;. ,; "shel'wouIIFhavlf'sone nutl She tooka4handfu'and of paper, "Let no man be deemed' went and fetched them himself. "And ,
: :T following, day came the judicial examtnation. happy before his said A York -clergyman that OR WRITE
; the kedhlm | end cometh (Syrach now, he to his brother, "yon says
;,-;4 what ., ,The first .three witnesses go the astronomers will
he"'w : doliik tHeB?:. 'Uti 'answeredJ I xl. 34). But not this alone; I found your way. Here Is a purse : with a soon discover
5i ..confirmed their. ,ZorTn statements on likewls funeral heaven, which, he thinks is .. SO,
; &
,U C'ihto the
lbaa a hundred
: : J 'discourse center JIHI.IIYINGSTON
iifm'to' : short doUars-rnake' for' ,
..-. O'i.... .......'" ''' .r.. oath. Moreover, there now appeared ,-i the fron-. of the universe
and
but '
as, well written as any'I hadever ]|I tier, where no'one knows thee;. pass an actual place i ,
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i WNOUNCEM NTS. I Proceedings' Board County CommUiioners -1 CANDLER ITEMS. GRAHAMVILLE.Mr. .

-Special Session.
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AT
!- RHEINAUER'S.
(Official Special Correspondence Ocala Banner<. J. IL Randall has purchased'a
[ .Dj3trict Attorney- -
,rot Mrs. Belle Holtzclaw Olivia T. Lu- flue organ for his daughters last

't; Ocala, Fla.. March 9, 1906.The. kens, R Demeter Warren Holtzclaw ..
week. A"J' THE LEADERS' -
:fV the Democratic Voters of the Fifth board'of county commissioners .
and W. Fr Gaskill returned home yes- After several days visit to his children -
'judicial Circuit. met In special session
pursuant to call
terday from Lake Weir. where they :Mr. Robert Peebles has
\\'i: returned
hereby announce myself a candii J made. Present were.Hon. IL W Long. SPRING DRESS GOODS
date for the office of States Attorney have been camping out for the past to Palatka..
chairman of the board of "
I'for 'the Fifth Judicial Circuit at' the county com week. All report a real good time and :Mr O. E. Edwards went to Palatka
Idemocratic primaries to be held May missioners N. A. Fort S. R. Pyles, J.
Jtjth.. 1906 L. Edwards. and C. W.:;. Turner com- say they are going back in two weeks Monday, White will be the predominating color this '

,
'. ? EDWIN W. DAVIS. and stay a month. I Dr. Lisk spent Tuesday, In Ocala. ..

:I '.- missioners. Mr. CHamberlin architect, Miss Dalton of Philadelphia, Jias i We regret exceedingly to learn of season and we offer our immense stock ofexclusive -
was present, and ,
County Judge- went over the plans
For .
been visiting her sis'ter Mrs. McCul- the death, of Mr C. H.: .Mills, of Mi
To the Citizens of Marion County: and specifications with the board of lough, for the past three months. She ami. fabrics in white goods at rea-
I announce that I am a candidatefor county commissioners and explainedto
nomination and re-election to the leaves today for her home much to He was a former resident here and .
''office of County Judge of Marion I the board with reference to the picture the regret of her many friends in i iI has a son and brother here now with sonable prices. Among the most pop- I

County subject to the Democratic I and'original plans which had I
.
Primary to be held May 15th 1906. Candler. whom his many friends sympathize: ular
mis-carried.'
and which: he had been weaves are
J As I am engaged in the active administration Mr. Martin leaves for his home in in their loss.
of the duties of the office unable to.find? but tracers had been .
Indiana today. Mr, B. L. Hickman Js now postmaster SOFT MERCERIZED .
It will not be possible'for me to make sent out and he hoped to be able % EMBROIDER. FRENCH EMBROIDERED HD'KF
an'active or extended campaign. tp; J. ;Mar/soff, of Pittsburg returned here.. Charles Howard is his assistant ED BATISTE in figures and dots LINEN -t
j solicit the .support of the Democratic .get them..at an early date.. entirely novel designs, 30 inches 30,inches wlue entirelynew .

Electors of Marlon county. and Notice of. bids for the contract to home last week. wide at ..............39 and 57 1-2c I at .....u.. ........$1.50 to $2.00 '
pledge to them an honest. faithful Mr. and Mrs. Ed. DeLong have gone -On Saturday last Mrs. Lulu Godwin, EMBROIDERED PONGINES, 30 Inches I .
build the court house was ordered pub- wide soft nd lustrous at 571.2 I 43 inch SOFT FRENCH NAINSOOK -
administration
and upright of the dut- to .Kentucky. of this place died of -
:leI,of the office If it be their desire lished in the Daily Times Union for pneumonia. She 95, $1.25 198. I for ...,-,.... ... ...... ...39 and 50c -
:Mr. Pound of Jacksonville was In' leaves a husband and three small
that I shall again serve them.
ten days. In addition to the regular a
' Respectfully no- Candler on Thursday evening callingon children to mourn her loss. COLORED DRESS GOODS. "
JOSEPH BELL. : tice given.
I the merchant Will say to the correspondent of the '
The bond of contract was made by CHIFFON ,POMPADOUR. soft and 100 pieces WHITE SHEER INDIA
For District Attorney. resolution' of the board $50,000. The many friends of Dr. Farris regret Sar( that the hat discussion I fear ii silky in floral designs at ....33 l-3c LINON special at ....... .......7c; .

to. hear of his death which occurred getting rather monotonous to our editors CHIFFON CLOTH, 30 inches wide in f 50 pieces WHITE SHEER INDIA -

r To I the hereby Voters announce of the Fifth Circuit:-for The meeting of the board was ordered near Pittsburg Pa., a few days, and their readers.j' So if she plain colors, white blue, pink and LINON special at ..... .........9c
my candidacy r
of state for the changed for the next' meeting black at ...... .......,..........45C 50 pieces SHEER PERSIAN LAWN -
the Office attorney fifth from ago. wIshes, discuss the subjeet any IRISH DIMITIES (Imported) corded extra good value at ....... .. ..14c
circuit of Florida Monday the 2nd
of
Judicial composed of day April, to
the'counties of Marion Citrus Sum- .., Col. Burham who has been in Atlanta more I will have a personal converSation that will not split, sheer or daintyFRENCH'cHECKEDNAINSbdK"ln f 50 pieces SHEER HD'KF LINEN, 36- .
Wednesday the 4th '
'ter, Hernando and Lake, subject to the day of April A. Ga.. for a few days has returned. with her and will convince her at. : .25c inches wide the greatest bargain of

democratic primary to be held May 15, D.. 1906. f the season at .. ..... ...........35<: .
that I not behind
far
am so
and solicit the support of the d mo-' The board thereupon took the after all. neat Floral Effects especially suitable EMBROIDERED SILK PONGEE in
up The peach trees in full bloom for .. white. tan and blue. ..J1.25
flUe voters of this district. are -- morning wear at .. .. ..19c special -
CARLOS L. petition asking for an election district PRINCESS! CLOTH, the newest weave -
SISTRUNK. and a larger crop is expected in Cand- DAISY. 100 .. pieces COLORED BATISTS in I
.
in silk, 29 inches wide at .... .98c
-- and in
compliance with the lawsof
new colorings, special at .......10c
ler this year.. Special corr spendence Ocala Banner. in olive white. tan and cream.
1 Fcf.Tax Collector Florida and having given legal notice -' The around Candlerare EMBROIDERED VOILES something I LONG SILK GLOVESextensive se- -
orange groves People are getting bit by dogs.
) To the Marion County Democracy: as required by law. in an official new for Shirt Waist Suits at 15, 19 LADIES BELTS extensive selection -
i looking fine.. The trees are ull of Henry Hogan and L. Marsh
{ and lIttle .and 25ci
Believing that I have filled the posi- newspaper published In Ocala \ J of silver, gold and wash
tion of tax collector for state and blm. son all have been bit by dogs.. Mr.
'cpunty during my occupancy of the of- Florida the board of county commis- .
Wince Priest shot and killed the dog.
SPECIAL OFFERING OF SILK.
.fice acceptably to a largemajority of sioners in and for Marion county
the tax payers of the county. I announce -- Rev. Cunningham filled his regular

myself a candidate for reelection Florida, ,fcave this the 9th day of Grains From Griner Farm. appointment here Sunday. as did the White wash silk, 36 in. wide. ...-50c White wash silk, 27 in. wide .....49c

subject to the action of the March A. D. 1906, designated the following Christian White wash silk 36 In. wide .....75c I Exclusive_ Patterns for Shirt Waists. -
county democracy in the primaries of election districts which Special Correspendence Ocala Banner. minister. Rev. D. Martin. White wash silk. 36 In. wide. .best in Shirt waist Suits 27 in. wide 75 to

May 15, next. From now until are < Everybody well with the excep- town at i.......,..!..j..i. ..$sc 98c. -
the primary comes off will be my established as election districts and Mrs. Elize Stephens, of Fellowship

busiest 'season in the office sormuchso voting places, in said county follows Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. F. P. tion of bad colds. WHITE LINGERIE WAISTS. } WHITE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.We .

that it will be impossible for me / Cahoon.Mr. Mrs.. E. J. Johnson and. son came carry an xtensive line of the New creation of the popular Eagle ,
I to neglect my duty to the public In : down on Sunday to 'see Her daughterMrs.
celebrated and Esanelle Brands Brand make better
order to make a personal canvass of (See advertisement on another page.) .' and Mrs. John Scarborough are I Oqera -none

the county. It would be a pleasurefor The board thereupon adjourned 'to rejoicing in the arrival of an eight Marsh and she took her back. The finest 'fitting waists made At I White Hand Bags the fad of the.
me to meet the people at the varIous I with her to spend a few days.
meetings that, in all probabilitywill meet Wednesday, April 4th. 1906.. pound baby girl at their home. The I I very popular prices. f Season. :.
We learn that Mrs. of
Will Godwin ,
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be arranged by the county demo- -
I .cratlc executive committee to take : S. T.. 'SISTRUNK little one 'made his appearance on the Connor died last Saturday. White Linen Parasols popular prices at ....,.......'...>. ... ..$1.50 to $4.50 '

plac over the county within the next ,; Clerk twenty-fifth. of February. Peach trees are loaded with bloom, .
two months, but I think that all good Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Luffman visited White Canvas Oxfords. White Lisle Hose.
citizens who know. me Will understand ANTHONY. pine gum coming in, spirits and rosin

that it is duty before pleasure with Mr. Luffman's brother Mr. James I going out. Everybody planting some- Our new shipment of Wfckert & Gardner and Utz & Dunn'

\ me. I submit my 'candidacy upon my Luffman, at Fort. King last Sunday. !
, .official record"an dif elected for another Spring is here at last. Everythingis Little Master Wallace Davis of I' thing. I Patent, Vtci Kid, Blucher Cut Oxfords in Entirely New ,

,t term of office. I will' do my duty beautiful and everybody happy. I' Education the knowledge how and Up-to-date lasts. Shop at RheinaueiV.! and the best. \
; as I hare in the past. \ Ocala has been spending a few days'In get
Mrs. David Swindle and daughter I to use oneself.
f Very respectfully. this neighborhood with his friend., ]
E.' L. CARNEY. Eloise Swindle of uincy .are visitors I Men are often like knives, with

!i!;, \ In sour little town. James Leitner. I r many blades; they know how to open RHEINAUER & CO. :
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Col. C. M. Murphy and his charm-
:.:'Mr. Nathan Mayo was a visitor to Quite a number of Griner Farm one, and only one.J aU the rest; are in t
ing wife were In Ocala Saturday. I, ..' .
j. county-. seat Wednesday. young folks attended Baptist preach the handle and they are no better
Misses Lillie and Emma Millican, of
ing here Sunday night. i than they would have been It they ,
Mrs. J.. G: Spurlin has the Baptist Anthony were visiting their sister,
1 Miss Mattie Leitner Mrs. Lottie had been made with but one blade. '
. \''church: yard in beautiful condition. Mrs. Lee Priest, of ,- this place last
Burnett and Mrs. Maud Spencerwere Many men use but one or two of the

; the of. their father' and mother week. j jGriner faculties they have been endowed
j guests many Fri Show
Everybody Goes to Lake Weir Farm school closed last week Big !
1.ln: the good old summer.time" provided Saturday night, Mr. and :Mrs. Leit. with a. basket picnic and a concert with.. A man is educteed who. :

they can get a place to lie down.' ; knows how to make a tool of every
:'I have a 24 room hotel-there for rent. ner.Mr. gotten up by- the pupils of the school.

=- .R. L. Martin Postoffice Block Ocala. Hamp Price was again .a callerat The music was urn shed by Misses ;; faculty; hoto open it, how'to keep,

3-16.21. Anthony Saturday and Sunday. \itr sharpe and how to apply it to all .'
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-- Jones Leitner and Chalker. The entertainment \
)Jr. Louis! Duval went to Tavares : What is so attractive here I worMer? < practical purposes.The'Intelllgence. .
was good.
Wednesday to attend the session of the There ,was a public supper given at The following program was 'I ren--.j[ of the 'people is the Will Be Given on the Night of .

circuit the home of Mr; and Mrs. Milligans security of the nation. F. M.
court for Lake. dered: -

.. Tuesday night. It was given for the j
----- --- -- -- Opening Speech-Della Luffman.r
purpose of raising funds for which to > Action %of Citra Democrats. WEDNESDAY MARCH 28.AT '
Song-Little White School House. i! :
repair the Methodist church. There Citra Fla. March; 10, 1906
Concert Recitation-Coming Vacation ,
.t COVERED[ FROM was a large attendance. Tsose pres- by schooL To the Ocala Banner: .

Eent wereIIssed Mary McDowell Vacation AcrosticEight'children., At a called meeting. of. the democratic

Ellie Tydings Ada Leitner. Kate voters of the 16th district W.' J.
Recitation Cor '::cnsatlon Earl
Liddon Sue ,Mllligan. Rebecca McDowell .. Crosby, was elected committeeman
HEAD T TO FOOT Wilson.
Sallie Leitner. Annie Hillman from this district to succeed himselfMr.
Recitation-But Little }Folks Edna
Florence Harvey, Ruth Leitner. ,\Anna .. Lrosby was instructed by .a

McDowell, Lena Atwater, Lois Bray, Murphy. vote of those assembled ..to in case The Fair St rel-
Recitation-My Age Carrie Brown.
: With Crusted' Scaly Eczema When Kate Hillman, Grace Milligan. Zelma Song--Vacation: Time. the question arises, cast his vote in :

One Month Old Could Brush Pasteur Mesdames Florence, Pharis Concert Recitation Order-by school. favor of county'commisisoners being

f Daisy Bocklouse Annie Baskin Sim- elected Jjy a vote of the people from
Scales Off BodyYoung'Ladyis Recitation Summer Vacation .
!, mons, Kates. Billlngsley Webb, Par- the county at large. The enclosed endorsement Mr. Forest D. High, representing the Brown. Shoe Company, of St. Louis ,

Now 17 Years Old and Skin eons, Tydings and Hillman. Messrs. Edith Recitation: :Murphy.-Maka ..1Dest of. It.: and request was presented. the largest shoe manufacturers in the world, will on the above.. date givea

is Without a Scar-Cured By Will- Bray Eaton Linder Aubrej Lester Wilson. high class *"*

Bobbitt -Ben Forbes, Jean Harvey, Ra.itJ.t1o.1-LltUe Chatterbox Pearl 1 We the democratic voters of Cit--

Ward Griffin. and others we can not ra Marion county Florida of district
: CUTICURA REMEDIES Clifton. I
cal Ito mind. But we must '-say it ;: :No. 145. assembled, most respectfully STEIPPTICAN ENTERPMENT.in .

;: AT EXPENSE OF .,$4,50 was a grand success. The :Misses Brown.Recitatira Six Tear Old- Lillie "I request our friend and fellow ,

Milligan were charming hostesses on { citizen, the Hon. Ed. L. Wartman, to front
i. Recitation-Be Polite. Virgil Sims. I of the Fair Store. The scenes he will present are not the
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:'.. "When I was one 'month old I was this occasion. Many thanks to Mr. Dialogue-The Picnic by nine chil I I again tender his services to the people worn out ones you have been used to seeing but are interesting and instructive -

taken with eczema. After being under and Mrs. Milligan'for their kindnessto dren. I of this county and state. and consent views of the World's Fair in St. Louis and others' of equal worth. '

the treatment of two doctors for one !I to become candidate for
> all. a reelection in the
month and Recitation-When Teacher _Gets The Brown Shoe Company is the largest _manufacturers of shoes
improvement, my ; to the house of
,: mother was advisea by a druggist BLUE BELL. Cross, Inez Chalker. I representatives world, and this Free .show will also be the best of its kind you have ever
of the legislature of 1907. '
to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment.I Song-Bring Back My School Days witnessed.

i was one crust of sores from head to PROPOSALS. We. his friends and neighbors do .- .c

: foot. My mother could brush the scales .by school. most cheerfully endorse the record he .
, Seaaled proposals will be received at Recitation Little Lessons From S
OffmybodyandmyfingerandtoenailsfeIL of clerk of the circuit made during the session of 1905. and
the
the office ,
After using six cakes of Cuticura Life, Randolph C. ,;
' court at Ocala Florida up to we firmly believe that the people who Come '
and Ointment -
- Soap about as much Cuticura Everybody
twelve o'clock noon. Friday Recitation God Sees Me, Eula
,: I was completely cured. I am now April 6, 1906 for the labor and Scarborough. honored him with election thereto ,...

; seventeen! years old and my skin has not completion of a two-story court houseto highly appreciate-'the services he rendered -.

': _ascar. I am still finding wonders in Cuti- be erected for Marion county Fla., Recitation Little Things. Ralph his county. Now being in the I.- A. L. WEBB Prop. .
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cura; after washing a fever blister two to' be situated In Ocala according to Seller. ..
h. days it was completely gone." Your plans and specifications on file at this prime of life and .well equipped with "-
Song-In the Good. Old Summer
, Cuticura friend, Miss Eola Glasseock, -office and at the office of the architects experience of a term is, better qualified ..
W. Chamberlain Co.. at Birmingham Time. -
Oct.27, 1905. lli.rks\ille.lA.: and can be more. efficient.
:. Ala. Recitation-Farm Precepts Ralph .
'l1
" r We commend :Mr. Wartman to. the -
'. : The attention of parents is called to A certified check or draft for 8 percent Billingsby. '
Kt .the fact that the Cuticura Remedies of the amount of the ibid Reading-A Wasp's Lesson Gertrude people of Marion county and assure T CAPITAL ,

;. were used on a one month old baby must accompany each proposal as a them if he is elected he will serv $50,000.00 .,

with complete success proving"what we guarantee that the successful < Jones. I them with that fidelity and integrity 1 I
r.;, have always claimed that these great bidder will make a good and solvent Recltatlon---KInd Words,' by Eula .
and bond in the sum of$50,000 for the that has marked his course in the' President T. T. Munroe.
curatives so sweet so I
are so
pure Scarborough.
t -.delicately medicated that they be faithful performance of his contract. past. S. T, Carswell Secretary. Vice-President Z. C. CHambliss.Cashier ,,_ .
may _
The right Is reserved to reject any Recitation-School Greeting Louel- .:".. :'-:: .".,, '
ft used the infants. I J. B. Brooks. ICENTRAL '. ; .
on youngest or all bids or to accept any bid which : : .
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.v. ._ be deemed advantageous to the la Leitner. Tp the Trustees of '--C" -,.. '," '! <
may >>
county. Reading-The Human Body Les- Ocala Presbyterian. Church. I

f" CUTICURA REMEDIES Address. all proposals to Gentlemen- -
sons in Rhyme Ollie Jones. .
H W. LONG It is our earnest wish to donate a
I: Are the Best for Skin and Blood Chairman Board County, Commissioners Recitation-Good Bye Jnez.Ch lker. i quantity of the L. & M. Paint to your

"About face be- Ocala Fla. 36TuS. Song-We'll Never Say church and every church whenever it f
Jr' three years ago my Goodbye.Mr. is to be painted. NATIONAL BANK I
T. SISTRU Clerk Circuit
t"n to get rough with acne and kept : Sam Johnson delightful ,
Court and ex-officio clerk to the. Boardof gave a very 10,000 churches painted with L. &:
i: getting worse. A year ago I read in Commissioners. party at his home last Fri' M.Barrows
?.,:_a paper of the Cuticura Remedies for County & Peck. Montpelier, Vt, OF OCALA,
the skin and blood. JsentforthemF day' night. Ocala. Anthony and Griner Writes "School House No. 1, painted -

at once" I used the Cuticura Soap; The United States Printing Com Farm were represente.Miss with L. & M. two coats. Used only .
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,Ointment, and Pills, and ill three pany" has boked the largest label- order : Lizie Johnson is spending a nine five gallons gallons oiL L.Paint& :M.cost mixed only 97 with 1-2 .
DIRECTORS.
,_; months my skin was soft and smooth ever placed at one .time. It was from few' days In Ocala with friends.Mr. I cents a gallon. -- -

K :&nd the pimples, have all diappeareJWithout the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Cqm- L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. & M. '\ -- .
f
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ft- the services of a physician. I White Lead and makes the paint wear R. S. Hall.
* think the Cuticura Remedies are the pany. of St. Louis Mo., and was for : B. S. Weathers, of the Buttgen- like J. K. Christian.

Hubert; that any one can use for the skin 250,00,000 Budweiser beer labels. This, bach Phosphate Company whose 'I iron.A. O. Hunt Riley. :Mich, S Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe I

:-rwd. blood. May G. Schieferle, however represents only a part of the headquarters are at Dunnellon was In I. Writes "Painted my residence 15 H. A. Ford Z..C.Chambllss.
$: Sopt. Santa Paula CaL years ago with L. & :M. Looks well
5,1905. ,
1\i1' total number of labels used by this Ocala Wednesday morning and went now.-
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OCALA
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I ., ?' THE GOVERNOR AND THE NEWS Primary! fop the Pint Cc
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AN OPEN LETTERI THE '
PAPERS. District
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has
: To Hon. Fran< Harris, Editor of It Was Brilliantly Successful-All Railroad Commissioner Burr Broward's roubles continue A democratic prmap ,
Governor
FRAN) HARRIS, Editor. Ocala Banner,';Ocala, Fla. Previous Efforts Eclipsed-Brow- -been foiled ,of. his prey, and he must : L hereby called by the ,
: that d
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him to that.degree
Tallahassee, March 7, 1906.; ,: ard and Flagler Made him to his cavern where he to beset
now hie
i!: P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager.. he allows his ire to run .away with hill ecutive committee of ihe
Dear Sir- .
Addresses.
__ t ; hadt hoped, to' crunch the bones ,ofEd- aggrieved -
He'is particularly
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: discretion. gressional district ofheld'
I have noticed in the, last few Issues : --'
.. of the Ocala Banner after because In
tot Harris ,
the
newspapers
of the Ocala Banner of which you are ;j i W judge from all ao-ounts 'that theDade I. against Jn each county ofgional SSJ
I previously and publicly the first place, they did not supporthim
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the 'edlt several articles attacking having
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the district on the
fair which -Is one of
county -
the railroad commission of -this 8ta 9'. slaughtered that unfortunate gentle- In the primaries of 1904 and now,

features of the east coast section .<. -pf the most 1906, for the nomination of \
I note that you take. the .position, that great man on the stump amid the approvIng in the second place, many '

the commission Is responsible for the -was In'ery way successfulthis yells of'the multitude and think Influential amongst them are opposinghis cratic candidate for congress

failure of certain fruit and vegetable year. up. some other scheme to entice him great. drainage scheme. district to be voted for fcy

growers to make a,aucccess in the InI!I The number of entries in Citrus and within his avenging 'and* destroyingreach. In Jacksonville, last Saturday ,night, tors at the general election '

teriorof Florida; also for "system,, of canned. Some days ago Mr. Burr in an he made a speech In.- defense of his on the 6th day of Novembe'jIn

rates: which you' contend Is ruinous ,; preserved ,fruits early and open letter.challenged Editor Harristo drainage undertaking' arid, he took case pf necessity a

to the Interior towns of t estate, and J:.: vegetables and In the general exhibits .a public discussion on the merits !i occasion then to charge the, newspapers '- shall be held,on the 12th ajj

that you conclude from these .state-'j, of field garden and ,orchard were; and value of the Florida railroad with being in the pay of the railroads 1906, to choose between t&e jest |

A Motto: The Banner, believing those ments ,of alleged facts that the rail abundant and unsurpassed. commission, Mr. Harris having asserted alleging that t1.eyare the subservient candidates where a 033

at the well able to take care of Instruments of the i not have been
7ir top road -commission- of Florida Jsi I Hon. George. W. Wilson, editor'ofthe in his paper that the Institu- corporations I may made

themselves, has taken its stand in the a useless expense to the state, r tion was worth'ess. The body of.Uie in. whose behalf they are 'oppos'- Ity vote in the first p;
Times Union, Sir. J. E. Ingraham,
barricades with the common people and .ought to be abolished. editor's reply to that "challenge is as ing his project of, draining' the 'Ever- primary shall be held la

:: and its fight will be made for the betterment : KnowIng. as I do, that you have- one of the vice presidents of the Flor- follows: glades., The governor .if he is correctly -' with the primaries called ty

r of those at the bottom. 1 misrepresented the situation and 'desiring ida. East Coast railway system Governor "I am' not a candidate for. railroad reported made no. exceptions 'in democratic executive comm

I11 .--_ ____ to see corrected any false Impression Napoleon B. Broward, Mr. E. V. commissioner,, nor for any other office his* sweeping charges. said dates. '

FRIDAY.iMARCH 16, 1906.. for which you' may have I Blackman.., manager'' of tne, fair Pro within the gift .of the people of .Florida It has 'not been long since he contributed Each person desiring ta,

created In the minds of the people,- fesso>r.Johnson, editor of'the American and am not seeking any .ad cap- to the Jacksonville Sun an,article name printed o.n the primary

: _-:-- _, and yet allow you a fair opportunity. Agriculturalist and' Mr. Henry M. tandum notorie y. The columns of In which he: charged'the' news ballots as a candidate for re

i._ Hon. John M. Graham of Manatee to defend your position. I respectfully Flagler all made addresses and the the" Ocala Banner are open to you for papers with selling editoriati space at tive in congress *rom tbL ,

.' county, is seeking legislative honors. invite and urge you to meet me in Miami papers.: threw beautiful bou- any contribution you. or any friend of SQ much per Inch.Entertaining shall file with tha cii'

w ._ _. -- Joint public discussion of this ques.. quets at the feet pf all. ,of. these distinguished 'yours, may make in defense pf your ; as he does such an committee at his headquarterslg

If there is any glory in freak headlines .- tion. :at Ocala or Say: other point or gentlemen.The .' Board. This Is an age in which' cold opinion of the Florida press and beIng city of Tampa, Florida, oa or

the Tampa Globe can go ,to the points in the state ,and at a date' or Miami News spoke particularly type more than noisy oratory talks." confirmed in his views by a feelIng the 1st day of April, 130$, &!

; !' head. of the class. dates within the next six weeks to be well of the' ,speech of Governor Bro-, The logic .of this yply Is irresistible of anger, it would be useless to of candidacy and application

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mutually agreed:upon.. ward and said that, if printed in for"it is clearly the editor's placeto submit to him ,evidence that his his name so printed upon abe
Pat Gillan has the reputaeion of beIng -
If you are sincere in your contention pamphlet form and distributed talk on public Issues through, the charges, so far as thej relate to at furnished by said
the best in Florida. He
pressman I: aiii sure you will welcome an opportunity throughout the country it would be the, columns of his paper and not from least nine tenths of the newspapers!! accompanied by the sum of tw
Is with the Ocala Banner job rooms.
e .- :- to meet In public dis- means of inducing an army' of immigrants the stump. 'That's what he's here for. are utterly groundless; but,. as a mat- dred and fifty dollars; and uo
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_ "- cussionand confuse ,an advocate of towards. our, fair and sunny, We trust that Mr. Burr wilt avail ter of Justice to those he maligns the any such candidate shall be
Jeff Brown was not born yesterday.
the commission law. land.Mr. himself of the Invitation and give, to attention the people should be call- upon, or counted, or returned If'
He had his speech put in type in the'town' '
In Very respectfully, Flagler overcame his usual I the public through the Banner a full" ed to the fact that a number of the ed upon any such ballot '
which it was delivered.
t R. HUDSON- BURR.I modesty and for the first time madea defence of the thecommission... against' the. best and most Influential newspapersof requirement -shall have beea

jt?' The fruit display 'at the.Dade coun- ;---- ,' speech in the state of his doption charges preferred against' A stump the ,State are now and have been with.A .
Ocala,' Fla, March 9. 1906
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ty fair is said to have been the best and, ,Judging' from its.tone ,and tenor, speech. while more or 'less entertaining for a long time openly and vigorously meeting-of the democratisltlve
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Hon. Hudson
; R. Burr Tallahassee,
:j .even seen even in that favored region. S t.: it Is to be regretted that lie has' not ,depending on the qual/ty of the advocaUng policies to which 'the rail- committee of the First C'
Fla.
been, called on more frequently. Mr. of reach- roads and other corporations sional district
;Tt Dear oratory, is a'primitive way are pf Florida, i,

.Honl John W. Watson formerly Sir:- Flagier said: "Ladies gentlemen and ing the people, superseded for the Strongly opposed. called to convene in the city i'
I not candidate for .railroadcommissioner ,
il- am a ,
Kissimmee. announces: his candidacy friends: the The, "Tampa' Times, for example for at ten o'clock
most partnowadays by newspapers pa, a. nt, oa"'the -
1! for the legislature frum Dade county.It nor for any'other; office *
within the gift of the people of Flor-' and in clearness and fullness of 'several months past has been ably arguing day pf May A. D, 1906, for fief
"I: have often wondered how far
any statement and accuracy of thought in favor of g that miler captandum
goes without saying a Ida. and am not seeking any <:
of this glorious climate Is the 1 S of us can go as individuals without a there "Is -comparison: between ,the railroad rates and in this it has declaring the result of the a
,or two notoriety.The .
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helping hand from others. How often
fellow ; advantages of the two methods. For had. the. active support 'of the Live mary election. >i
best health investment a Ocala
very columns of tie Bannerare
hear the
we boast, "I selfmademan.
am a our part we are genuinely anxious to Qak democrat and other papers of Attest: W. B. HENDI
can make. open to you for any contributionyou ." It must be comfort,
a sometimes '
-: 4 < see a full presentation of this commission high character to say nothing of the P. G. Wall
> i or friend of yours, may make
V .any to. God to be relieved of the
? The Pensacole. Journal has ,developed I issue ex- athedra,. in cold positive declaration in, this behalf of Secretary. -
** i in ,defense of your bocra.
responsibilities of of these
that hump and, It Is bigger tMn: some pro- type. and while ;from the nature of The ,Punta Gorda Herald. nay, these ------
This Is an age in whichcold, types ducts. How far js .man's
any camel's. The Sunday issue was any' 'career the subject it will be hard reaching same papers; in fact, a majority of the After the County Comsscm; J
than talks
i-c : all to the good. i more, Very noisy truly oratory yours, self-made4 The very .thought of a I! without frills. wef will be glad to newspapers of.'the, state have. had, the -

-- FRANK career f presupposes other factors* than. tackle it and reach ai definite. cQnelu-. temerity to assail the interests ot' the The state auditor has rece
_ fcf Mark Twain defines gentleman { HARRIS. mere el!. There must be first, a de-
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a the
%'* I .. f ion as to the value of the public'.ser- great an'd opulent insurance: 'compan- that all county commissSoi

; as 'a "man who Is. just, merciful' and 1 Lostinthe Woods.We .. mand-an occasIon the use of the vices of Mr. Burr and colleagues ies by advocating Governor Broward'spet during their term of oflceeeived

f kind," and frankly admits that .thereare '-' especial talents which we'have' to off of the Tcommission- 'e Oak Democrat scheme of ,state, insurance. more than J100, p'r

few of eft. er. We may by example create a demand ,
only a us He diem roilaege, iospectics
are afraid our ,Very esteemed : hasevidentIy'; forgotten their'
but we ke p-it without "
i .s.- canpot. up bridges, or other perquisites, ,
contemporary tb 'Ocala Evening Star, support. in this particular and remembers -
mI According to Collier: during the the aid of' others. There. must be s Plenty. of Fish i Left inthe 'Sea. oI y'theIr: --opposition to his fund 16 the county all reeei -

-F current session, up to February 16,, ,does: not know exactly, ,whereitIs: 'a class ofpeopie who need our .services -. '. .'* 'drainage scheme and Iheir criticismsof cess of that amount In

tber ,- had been introduced. .into the "at" on the proposition to abolish the if' we.are. to, make a place in the It is,he conserisus the best opinIons i his acts as chief, of the Pardoning county the governor has orde

house. 15.000! bills and Into, th? sea- railroad commlss'qiu. community we live in. i
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{ amongtthe money kings pf Christendom Board. the present board to refund
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k'.J .1. ate, 4,4S4. Just a day or two'ago in a fit of What use would it haye been to :that, the. .new c'entury' promises Without going mto, an extended. discussion the members of the precee
\ _-_' something like righteous wrath It cried build the railroad to Miami If ,you even riche'r. rewards than. the 'Qid'to of the Now It is- up to the comrnLSit
;I Truly this I'a, day prosperity Mr quarref: .between the
out as follows: whose faces I lopk into tonight '
; would ..those that sek riches. The career the various counties to "C35t .
Governor and .the
Florida. Every 'state paper one picks newspapers, It is
tc Why not abolish the railroad commission not hive found -useful w the development
tells of. the advancements being \ .of manyof the elder heroes of High enough to point out two conclusions counts" and come across

up anyway? It is an expeiisiveluxury of your careers, your plans Finance reads, like ,a fairy ta4e; Whitney suggested' br the matter First the received in excess o'f $1O perJ
made all along the -line.-Marlanna ,
:! and accomplishes nothing." 'and purposes. "No man can live unto used to say, after he 'got out pf Madison New Enterprise.
is
Times Courier. governor: engaged in a very unpa-
: NOW It says: himself We are all dependent upon politics and into WalL street" that It' triotic effort '
advertise to the world
; Th.e Comptroller of the currencjtfreports "The editor. of the Star has, notde- each other. and I am glad to recog- beat president making hollow.That IE 'that In. his opinion the, press -of his .. A Brave Newspaper,j

manded that the railroad commissionbe nize obligation to you all for' the as a body'may say and. man to -
that at the close of business last every* state Is corrupt and utterly 'untrustworthy -. ""

__ month there was a tptal circulation abolished." help you have given me in the development his taste say I; butit is,an undoubted I'; and If. people abroad should The Record is published ill.

1. of J550$03,895 hank notes. This Is -- 'of this portion of .our state. fact that, when a man declares that believe him, "the state: would 'suffer' terest of the whole people, '.,
,
# '- 'comforting 'news to country editors The .Isle 'of Pines to. be a SeparateProvince. Without you I could have 'accomplished he disdains *money he is .likely'.to be real injury. Second these same' newspapers afraid to express its opinlso:]:".

11 :, nothing: lying. tens of public Interest -
I ; nay, any half dozen' of them, .
.k.r King Edward claims to work 12 A. further necessary factor for a The, history of ,the vast accretionsof ,have done more than Governor Bro- County Record. I

;. hours a day; Emperur William ant\ Senators Spooner and Bacon hare successful career is HOPE, the convic- property and' wealth the world,.over I
I ward ever has done or -ever can do
President Roosevelt ,16 hours. These reached 'an agreement concerning an tion- that, the desired object Is capa- embodies more or. less the story of the towards i

rulers ought to organize a labor union amendment to the Isle of Pines treaty able of attainment No man ",maps early bird who has caught, or come attracting_ attention to Florida .
.
and work less._. ,. which Interests.is Intended. to protect American out 'a 'plan" which, he is- convinced It by and has clung to, the worm.of real her developing laws and; her her,resources courts' and upholding doing S MYED }lily

-- : Is Impossible for him to .reach., for estate. Fortunes in trade are here to- every other honorable
f and noble
i Florida possums are, being shipped It provides that the. Isle shall be without hope there can be no suc day" and off tomorrow but the valueof to
thipg make the state a dwelling
3L to Belgium. Two have gone on to regarded as a separate providence, cess. land goes on forever. It is a simple -' I place fit for the princes of he earth. -That's what a prpmhfIruggist :

Savannah to take passage to Antwerp. within the meaning of the Cuban con- 'Those of you: who came into Dade question of arithmetic, of time"and Punta 'Gorda Herald. ', said of Sco|

This shows how the people of the stitution. This would give to the Use county at an. early day have a right? population. To buy....or inherit by the ,

-. whole world are hunting up our luxuries. local government and a representative to be classed .as .optimists. Let us acre,:-and to sell, or lease,'by the foot, ,HISTORY OF FAMOUS ,CASES.A Cniulsion a short

.-Milton. Index, in the Cuban congress when the popu- thank God that we all had hope. He is the process so familiar to the Gros- ago. As a rule we d0 f fise

ulation of the Island warrants such Is' a most unfortunate man who has venors and the Vavendishes in Eng-. great deal of adverse criticism is
The groves' about Orlando .
orange refer
representation. occasion to ask "Is life worth' living?" land, the Astors and the Goelets inAmerica..Henry now being made against die pardoning 'or to testimonij

: which did not have a full crop the As the Americans. are In the majority Along and active life has taughtme Wattersbn in Louisville board at bTalkhass..<* for reprieving n addressing the pub;
past season are giving evidence of
in the .
island
it
is understoodthat that a very large of our Courier Isdlah '
proportion Journal / Cooper for the third time.
remark )
an unusual heavy bloom indicating! a the proposed amendment will be troubles come from misunderstandings The condemned out the above ,,:

:: big crop for this year. If nothing un- satisfactory to them. It will be The Busy Florida Press { man was tried and !
offer- and I regard the man who goes -- found guilfy on purely circumstantial iimilar expressions
toward hits us this look out for
year ed In the senate whA the treaty is about sowing the seeds of discord and I evidence of killing '
Marshal Bawman, nade often in con|
so
astonishing yield In old
an orange.- taken up In the executive We failed to get 'em all in'
session jealousy as a most unfortunate pos- our recent of Punta Gorda, and It stands to

Orlando Reporter. session In any community. I congratulate feren e' to the. busy press of reason that the ion with Scott's Emult
_ .A Fish Story. pardoning boanj con,
myself and you. my friends Florida and the st Lucie ;Tribune sisting of hat
It Tom Watson will stay long the governor and four 'members they are worthjfjoccasiionai

;%S enough 'In Florida to get rid of Georgia Messrs. Lund 'and that we have so little discord amongus. beglnlng where-we left pff says: of his cabinet! :would not have interfered -' note f.::
Slocum.
who fish Let us work together for the goodof That Is only a starter. The Polk
he will find himself ,for the
populism amore third
ed on the reefs time 'with the '
contented if not a wiser man. Bar'racouta had yesterday aboard the all, and time will. bring the desired county Record is working-pn the execution of. the decree of the court infancy tf) old age scQ
a novel and very: interesting matter of
: His ability and force is unquestionable catch which riot results. having-two. capitals fOr the unless they had good reason for so Emulsion offers a reI(
they were S Untted States. with BaTto.. .... a-in,.. I .
but Isn't there something lackin ----- I doing..
only able to report but to backas A Newspaper Fl-wer for BrowardSllaiii "
bring tei"
headquarters.: Straub means of Temedyin ,
of
the St.
In the man who always finds himself evidence of the truth of their I', Circumstantial evidence' Is'sltid.to !
.
yarn. 'Pefersburg
at odds with the world?Times UnIon Times. has -a, municipal be the best evidence and weak
but
S 4 '', One of the gentlemen had hooked' and the Dade county fair fight is' only so proper deeI
on hand. while
'Frank Wai pole,
when
the
mackerel and was "landing it when' wero honored yesterday by visit 4 facts are corroborated with nent lost
'. a ,!: a of the Manatee : restoring
Record ,
., ,-,- 'is mixed up in other facts and .
: -barracouta struck it, first taking off from tne chief executive 'of the state then very frequently
street franchise
The Dade County Furniture Company matters. ,
The Lakeland and vitality and rep3I .
Jt
r goes astray and leads the innocent ::::
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':,, one, part and then swallowing; ; the and our people had the pleasure of News <(
: belonging to Messrs. C.1.. wants a new county, or
,
WV;' -,-s,, other. No sooner had this .been done t hearing him speak in the county fair the court to condemnation and death., Traste;,"fh e actioMmore
Brown and O. house *
M. Brown ; from
jr., formerly I r Bartow and In
the
> when I building.Within. early 70's a law book was ;
I a '
att and
,'_ -:0: of this city has been Incorporated under monstergrouper, ckel Hugh Sparkman; of the Zolfo Adver-. printed; by'S. ;cotts:! ErnuYinn 13-,
; swallowed the the T SI. Phillips entitled. "The
: the laws I barracouta. 'nothing I I past few days Governor tiser is
of the State of Florida going to.put the Atlantic' "
.of lJallfr
I but its head protruding from its Broward has in ;this public utterancesbeen History of Famous Cases and thirty. a SOCK
: Coast tine
and the following are the incorpora.I out of busineSs, Stovafl l. nlne-
mouth and in this manner all threeof very bitter-more so than I coses are cited in which personson of i : Etf
usualin c.imposition
:r. tors: C. :M. Brown C. M. Brown jr.. of the Tampa Tribune, and Jordan, of '
the fish were landed. The catch his enueiations purely circumstantial evidence '
John C. Dial and John.McAllister. The of the newespa- the Pun.taaGorda .Herald are assit- ion itself. \' fut: itf]
I was brought to the dock and exhibit-U pers of Florida and has taken j j :were punished for capital offenses and \
capital stock of the corporation Is $;)I G,- painsto ing ,the Metropolis In roasting the-! Is
t ed.-Miami Metropolis. make no was afterwards discovered that itdoes throng: C4:
they
exceptions bur
000 of which the Messrs. Drown own I I ; whether, Board of Pardons. The. Lake Butler]I
J '
I I were entirely innocent
,' the
I Morning News -
229 shares and Messrs. Dial and McAllister '. The Jacksonville Metropolis' say j I agrees with Governor Star insists that publishers of the I This book ment-the; kind; 01me.nt lll)
: Is
I I Broward In as interesting
his
S drainage scheme as any
t ,121 shares. that the list of living Con- State should organize union' and novel'and
newspaper
cannot
that
has we commend be-jjj
I nothing whatever to ;do with its Mays, it to the attention .
federate congressmen !l continues to of the Pensa'cola Journal wants 1 f
A bill is estimate of him conscientiousman of the esteemed Punta' Gorda
pending to increase the I as a to I tamed in ordinary
oust the
postmaster of his 1
}
grow. First ca.ne- the announcement ity.; ,The Herald
;: salaries of the president to $1 ,OOO.' r and as a public officer In the tht< Jacksonville Metropolis
ordinary Jacksonville vrea-i
Sun ha No ]
is too
that there were but three former members ; ? a bgfight with and other system
of the vice president f discharge of his newspapers, who are.
and cabinet dutY: condemning -
J I of the congress alive. The n1.mber' .the'gum" crowd. llc reary. of the- S !
-
officers to J 13,000 each, of the speaker T I The News is therefore able to say Gainesville the pardoning board for the !. delicate to retain J
Sun
has now grown to thirteen. namely ,. Is again. in political
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to $1 .OOO. and senators that his speech in the fair exercise of clemency capital of
and. representatives :, Hiram P. Bell, of Georgia; S. B.Callahan. f building 11n-pto, retain hIs seat In the state tenses. Emulsion and gather gj
::1 to $7.500; yesterday was .5
each. The eont n- 'an able .one and
Indian" one senate '
Territory: "J. A.P. while Matthews, of the Starke.I from
'tlon Is made that the increase Is necessary which was'tiiorough!) enjoyed I We-reprint one of the cases which it. t"We
.- of Mississippi; A S. ..Cplyar by j I I Telegraph, wants to go back to the i
.r because'of the increase In the Tennessee Si those who heard it,, and. we .take. .this legislature. 'The f will show how easy it is to be mis- I will sed JOII -
of ; H. Ford. of Ken- test of us are busy i
I j
.; cost of living In Washington. The occasion to ,express the appreciationand I praising taken even wheiteircwrista'ntial evidence wnpkbcf.
'tucky; John Goode; of Virginia; Joseph our own sections. 'while the I JBuurc
; same argument would. of course Juss .., thanks of our people to the points only.fn.one direction.. thJtthJJi"JAl':."::
B.
Heiskell of Tennessee governor candidates are
-- ; 'Henry beginning, to hustle for'the
: wry :*-Birailar increase la ib for his words. fOflJ1 at.s.bdlsof
I vvmpca- C. Jones of Alabama; John tL Mare votes and the "dear-people" 'arebusy ] The housefly is cnrr bgWItlbur.
:. ; sation of of the TUB an annoyance and
every one thousands SpeeCS IS One" Wnc& If .
-IL tin. of Florida i James L Pugh of printed floating tueir nand ha el! ; In 03 a diatributor of dfacaair mil
In .
?: '."j Pfet! a of the, government civil pamphlet form and l rffo ifea
Alabama distributed' I I
: Roger A. fact this is'
** ,, Pryor. .of Virginia the busy season and everybody mosquito cards and and'leadhim
1 .and military, but not a word con ern-' over the country would .spades ,
: : John. P, Rails, of ,Alabama prove of Inestimable has caught the spirit I'
of-the in
and the
'S .ing them In bilL' race at an ga1l
the. easy
appears ; benefit to this 'I p.
W. H. Tlbbs, of North Carolina. [1 i Miami News. section,-, slogan-"get ,usr.-IJv&, Oak' Democrat Rigid .measufis should, be taken to

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: -- .- -.- -.. --, THE OCALA BANNER, FRIDAY MARCH 16, ,1906. PAGE SEVEN.
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AND t-; :....eri,' ; remark- ble/,that his ..yWt.- should 'I Tampa for a> consideration of $io6,- MOVEMENTS ,IN, TURPENTINE. ; ;;: : -- '
l : "
I 1ftTE, -? ft have teen coincident "with theact1on, r 000. The property, which: 'Y.ormer -t j""HHiiHHiiMf :

I & kED "am of the senate! 'which meant taking part Iy owned by V. W." Biount and ;purchased Finally Reaches 70 Cents-Highest

in., the, glorification. of -the; first, perma- about two years ago by Pfelfer Price, in Ten Months-Rosin Continues -
'
", :' nent settlement of English 'speaking I & Co., for $50,000 is said to be well i'iGood Demand : LOOK FQRld Joe g
i>'
'. t: people in America, a race which' is almost timbered. '10.000 acres, of which is vir -
il \7T1IE5EALOIdHarevst -
eliminated the Indian. i gin. It is the purpose of the purchaser Special Naval Stores R*"Iew;

;tJ; 1 Architecture :.At. the The Postofflce Department will issue :I.t turpentine the timber, at once. At'the close of business Saturday : ,Old McBrayer :

two commemorative stamps to be used i ':Messrs. J, H. Winkle & Sons have PA '

[Jamestown Exposition, cotemporanepusly with the, life of the sold to A .S. Goffin of Iseman & Gof- afternoon turneptine reached .thehighest 3 .-E : MarkRogers
"" price It has been since
f.vii -- ', .;! Jamestown Exposition from, April the 1.fin of Jacksonville Fla. .8000 aces of quoted '

!I. 26th to December.- 1907. This is i I timber lands In Pasco county together June 71906. The market at the-close I fd Old Charter
:
yp'tjv* Plants! for: Decoration-Indigenous good news, to the" twelve million Phil- with a saw mill an| log road six of business Saturday was posted firm 4 ,

:t, ', Flowers Used-. Exposition atalists of the United States" and will miles in length equipped with two engines -
.' t. at 70 cents an advance. of one cent J. Mt. Vernon S '
Notes. "- I ,
:;, I, give the Exposition some splendid advertising and necessary cars. The pro- since ,the previous Friday. The Improvement -

; ; perty is located on the Petersburg came in four quarter ent
I ,
;!J,- 0- the, Ocala Banner: I Secretary of the Treasury Hon. branch of the Atlantic Coast Line railroad advances the market being assisted, : Cascadeand I .

: ':Nofto k. Ya.,' March 9.-The James Leslie M.. Shaw, wants the Jamestown near Pasco station, and is said by an exporter. and indications favored I 'l

;, .;/Exposition architecturally will Exposition to be the greatest Xaval to contain a quantity: of good* cypress it being retained with, possiblY I Other High TI

I=1n. r .a,pew era in great celebrations.fc and Marine spectacle the world h sever and pine timber. The saw-mill Is some further small advance in store. il1 V .- ..

/ undertaking of this witnessed, !and that the UnIted equipped with band saws and modernAppliances -
; veri. previous says The receipts are so small but 321 i ct4'S
r nature J has had buildings" more or less States government. has pledged to and has two planing mills casks at Savannah, for the week that :

shoflwgenlous and harmonious In gen- make it so.. attached for plant having a capacity it takes but ,a few small .domestic or- -

Lewi'effect)' but none illustrating any The census figures recently taken by of 2 ,000 feet of lumber per day. ders to take up all the offerings. This S- An Unexpected. Visitor. _-- ---- .

:.c leflnite period.TVJth .' local enumerators show that within During February Pensacola shipped has been the case for some time past JjJ

the exception: of the amuse- ten miles of the Jamestown Exposition $1,118,930; worth of lumber cotton and The receipts indeed, have not been S May be an old friend or anew .

JIlent section known as the "War grounds,' there are one hundred: and naval stores to foreign countries.A sufficient to meet the trade requirements business acqualn- I -.


1- selected for-'It by the seventy-five thousand people this includes Jefferson county citizen has one '
ia $ the name ; and some speculative holdings I tance. Be ready for him .
,e'General; Fitzhugh Lee who was the cities of Norfolk, Newport pecan tree the nuts from which bring in the tanks have been gotten rid of .
of assorted V
with a case 's- .
.th !is president ot the 'exposition News, Portsmouth Hampton and pop him an, income of $70 per. annum. at probably very good profits to their '

company, all of the structures on the ulous Norfolk county, together with By efforts on the part of citizens, a owners. Savannah now seems .to.' begetting Scotch Irish: brandies L. ( ; I

'grounds will be modeled after the the resident population at Fortress knitting manufactory will soon be established but its natural supplies again Whiskies, rye burbon, ) ,

Colonial pattern .or the closely related :Monroe. r ; and operated in Lake City. factorage houses which diverted their I wines etc. We will put ( ;. rn't .

(.or1afl style of architecture. I receipts from Jacksonville to Savannah '
:' WHAT .IS GOING ON IN BUSY The Insurance Investigation. you up a dozen or more ) IS .
The exposition grounds are well some.time back having again allowed -
FLORIDA. bottles to meet just 1S
quart -
1 and most of the trees 'w1 I be
wooded their'receipts to go to Jacksonville -
-left standing. A great number of native -, Special to the Ocala Banner; or Fernandina. Ax ,a result the emergencies 'and ZI I --

: plants are flower bearing and everfreen -' The Orlando Bank & Trust Co.. of Albany N. Y., March 9.-It was Savannah receipts for the first nine S you'll not "go broke either / / I I Isuch

shrubs are, in profusion Orlando. Fla, capital MO.OOO has filed shortly after half past elecen this I I days of March were but 540 casks w paying for the goods 'I c _

throughout; Tidewater Virginia. The articles of incorporation.S. forenoon when Senator Armstrong, against 1.169 last year. It is the gen- S we supply., -

.shrubs! and plants and fruit trees will ., D. Bon Durant of New York is chairman of the Insurance Investigation eral belief that the next fortnight will

I make a very pleasing compliment to reported to be, investigating for a proposed committee, appointed!I by the state see continued small receipts here giving -' I OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS. -

the red and white buildings of the legislature called the committee to order continued strength to the turpentine _-

seventeenth century with their dull electric railway from Tampa to In the assembly hamber of the Situation. The ,Savannah stock' .sssiisii -..ss- iui ; I

; brick effects and glistening Corinth. the east coast of F?"lda. capital to begin, the public hearing a of is also running lower than in the past

,j columns. Bids will be received. at Pensarola. arguments for and against the proposed two years. much less than a year ago -r -.

The large exhibit and adminlstrajtlon. by L. Hilton Creep, chairman of fa-md insuranae legislation, as based upon 4,597'against 14,386 casksand the ., -

buildings some of which haves the recent report of the Armstrong next season will probably on April
open -
1 trustees ,until noon :March %8 for' f 3>),- Ocdla Furniture .
,tren, ,already"commenced. and all of 000 of 4 1-2 per cent. Improvementbonds. Committee. The hall was well filled, 1 with stocks below 3,000 casks. Company.

which are well under way will remindthe when the session was opened. Besidesa Altogether the conditions would seem

traveled visitor of the hugh Bar- Fiederick large number of Senators and Assemblymen to favor continued high values for -
; Ausfield architect MxsesBuild'nsr. *
: .onial houses of seventeenth century I there were representatives time to at least. The London
some come .
Montgomery! Ala., will receive There is Nothing Too Good For You. -
England, while the smaller buildings of a score of Insurance Companies market though, as evidenced by f
:bids for the erection of a seven- .
will be replicas of some of our oldestrm'erl present a.considerable number of lawyers -:- the cabled spot prices. ; does not seem
story fireproof office building at Pen-
a.n homes or slight variations directly or indirectly concerned to reflect the higher values and strong
I ; sacolu! That's a broad statement but it h Ids- good, for you will ,surely regret
from these models. that with insurance matters, and a large position of the article here. that market
It is reported within 60 days buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you -
The central feature.. of the building crowd of spectators from all parts of being several cents below a parity '
; the $. ,OOO paving, $75,000'water., 35. should pay an exborbitant price for your goods and If you would -
plan will be the Administration Hall the state, who are interested the with the Savannah quotations although f 1.1 ,
000 ewer, $10,000 city hall and mnr"ket know where you can get the best goods at lower prices than you
,'. unlike any of ,the old State Capitols subject to be considered at the meet- it is stated there ,Is no free 0
,
place and $5.000 fire'department -
.
are paying some ither lilaceSmith -
: of the Colonies, and yet like most of 5 -jet cent. 39-year bonds will be of- Ing. Senator Armstrong explained the offering at the lower spot -prices prevailing -

object of the session and gave an .OUtline there. .. .
'them. ; the general plan being similar Cel'pd.
t., for sale by the city of Live Oak. 1,
i and amplified. of the lines along which the hear a. a S- S- '
< though larger, more -
\v. AV. Prout and associates bar Ft & Roberts
I,\. 'while thi details are totally distinct cured franchise for gas. plant at Mi ing would be conducted. Rosin continued .firm throughout the .

\!The long and large bricks will be seen amL- I ,.It was decided to conduct the hearIng :week. with an excellent demand. ,The -

the following lines: Restriction only 'change in the quotations was a
fa the walls, the little panes of glass The Board of Trade of Jacksonville upon "'
t vilT form the windows the caps off" of expenses}, limitation of business partial advance of five cents on G. will taL pleasure in showing yo the best goods at the lowest
; .: is endeavoring to secur the organization
[ which wil be decorated with the : : ; prohibition of stock and collat- The total receipts of the week were prices Everything in the furni ure line at consistent prices.
: _.of a company to buIU, a :
.Ii? French Trellis work so affected three cotton milLCharles eral trust bond ownership. Each of 5.002, barrels and ,the posted sales "

I these topics has ramifications which of which but 52 barrels of
.'hundred years ago; while the column- Aulick has contract erect 3,864 were
:
eXtend to other subjects which taken the three grades, 175 I, K
r;-Jd front will support a capitol undecorated factory building for Gibson & Hobbs.to top were
-- by sculpture and surmounted together will practically cover the entire and M, and 3,637 H and below. There
be occupied by Silva & Co.. cigar .
fby a dome flattened-Uke' those of the manufacturers at"'Tampa.It .. field. It Is expected that the public will b e no pales to market worth ,

,]French Rennalsance a tyle affected Is reported that George A. McI.eoJ hearing wIll continue' for sometime speaking of for probably three weeksto -

I, by all- the early American dome build- of Tampa. has purchased 20,000 aires: as every point incorporated in come, and the stocks of them are & -

the report of the Armstrong committee said to be practically exhausted which
| ers. v
.,
of timber, land near Abbott.. at $10'\ 44 %
The possibilities ..f the Colonial 000 for turpentine purposes. and in the various bills introduced, accounts, forthe existing high values. d (j \ .
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: ,scheme have eo Impressed the .Commissioners The Davis Company ,has purchased in the legislature 'since the report of Tbe calls for the lower grades remains -..- /'O -

of the states which have alt 56,000 a'tvs of timber land in Wash the committee was submitted will be continuous and sufficient to take all -- qk:4cIt- \

':'Teady signified their Intention o ... carefully discussed.The the arrivals. There seems to be no
par- ington county at $324,000 for de e'! p- .
,"Uclpatlng, that without one exfceptlon ment purposes. It Is proposed to Mtfct ,large insurance companies "are likelihood of any decline in them, as 8tp4 .
well represented by their officials and the receipts of commons everywhereare '
these various state committees have a sawmilldth a dally capacity (.f. f ; -
: decided to report or authorize the 100,000 feet able-lawyers and will make a deter- receipts as running below last year ,- jr4\

". .Erection ot Colonial buildings headQuarters mined effort to convince' commot-; at this time and the world seems to c/1, -
as Bids will be opened March 10 at .-. . -
-* for their respective common- Jacksonville for the erection of a two- tee that some of the provisions in the need every barrel it can lay its hands .-- -,,, -

;; %ealths. This will Insure a second tory building. 26x62 feet of brick. forS. laws already Introduced are absurd on. There is nothing in the rosin situation -
and in their character and to producers at least. : rI
prohibitive cause any
Colonial rgroup the state's section -
L. for S. Goldburg after plans by W. B. \_ .
i";: ,.irhl h at the Jamestown Exposition Camp; cost 6000. Halsema & Woodcock would do a great injustice and injuryto anxiety. -C"e' I
the insurance business in this state. *
,?Vwhl ,will
be very important since It are estimating on the construction. -
.? house ,some of the most historic works Particularly strong attacks will be Crop reports show that the cut of 4'/i9j

ijr and exhibits ever gathered at one ,Arrangements have been complAte.I made on the efforts to restrict the business virgin timber this winter has been
of the Insurance companies. tI about equal to that of last winter and -
place America.
the construction of waterworks.
for
'
will be maintained that under the recommendations that the next crop accordingly dependson ( : o1'ic:1/h
? All of the buildings to be erected by at Arcadia. Bids will be receive until i ki

> 'Exposition Company and most of March 17. of the committee as Incorporated the weather and labor conditions,

I'' the will by in the proposed laws It the latter especially causing' anxiety.
state buildings be ready Parker Hook & Co.. ,with $50.000
the first of the and all the trees at would be Impossible for any of the The mildness of the winter is said to
firm
r year capital stock to ,establish a I FOUR SAILINGS ECH WEEK
I l[ :about twelve hundred In number. Tampa. large insurance companies to write be against a free flow of sap in the

more than about $50,000,00 of new business forepart of the season. It and the BETWEEN
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whIch decorative .
for
r had to be moved Tampa Brick Company has been Incorporated

|\i purposes, .have been uprooted and with $30,000 capital stock I a year.. This would be ruinous labor difficulty lead the factors to apprehend and New York.Calling
total terminations smaller receipts In April than Jacksonville .
as the by death
:: transplanted in position. The native to take over and operate the plant of
,i maturity. etc., aggregate from $120- last year. In any event they continue
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K 7 ehrubs, which were collected under the Davis Tile & Brick Co.. having a
t !,the direction of a skilled.: Botanist will daily' capacity of 5000.000 brick. 000.000 to $150.000.000 a year with the to Insist that the crop cannot exceed at CharJeston, S. C., both ways.

t. large companies. The result would be that of last year unless conditions in .
t not be set out until the spring. They Fernandina Hotel company has TEB rnrasr STEAMSHIPS cr TBS COASTWISE SE VIE.
that their entire business would the labor field should vastly improve
even- I
aie now In nursery rows being cultivated :, adopted plans by the Keith Company '
:t I which is not regarded by them as in -
tually be wiped out in a few years. r
; but even at the present time Minneapolis: ,Minn. for proposed ho-
'I I It is believed that no opposition will anywise probable. Savannah Naval AND SOUTHERN LINESFREIGHT :
feet THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND ,
: work of decoration is well enough .tel; three stories 144x72 ; man

"an ed to permit a visitor to get a sard roof: fourth fioo of li rooms in i be made by any of, the large comp n-. Stores Review. .,
IJ SERVICE BETWEEN
ood Idea of what .the decorative plan I l the roof. A building 75x2 feet will J ies to the recommendation that the existing Edison in Florida 1

1lt show next spring when the expo-, also be built for laundry and steam- ,I management of all the mutual Jacksonville, Boston dnd Providence, -

1;alt1ol\' opens.. ;: heating plant: 'cost $30,000.. 1 I I companies .shall expire on November Prof. Thomas A. Edison with his and all$ Eastern Points.
and that all xisting be _
15, proxies
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; Exposition .N tes. Chairman of. the board of commissioners I family arrived at Ft. Myers last _
Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
void that all annual meetings,
Jt.'n f'ntly the Governor of New. Jersey of Hlllsboro county, Tampa ; also. I Thursday direct from their home In _
accompanied by the entire New TV 111 receive bids for the erection of set for an earlier date be postponed "-- SEMI U E Eli L Y SAILINGS.Ssatibsnd. .
Orange. :N. J., and went direct to their .

Jersey State Commission visited Nor.jtfolk. an addition to courthouse. ;,i[ until after Novemberl. Thjs will which do: winter cottage in the midst of rare .........,r...>,..........:... Tram:: Lewis' War, Bsstcatfarthteonai
with the Lawson
the New Polk will soon away menace;
F. and selected a site for Longham, county tropical foliage, situated on the Ca-
IJersey building. The commissioners have a mill that will cut 100,000 feet has overhung the life insurance situation1 I loosahatchee' in the west part of Ft .-..-..;.........,.....................Jrsn: foot :f Catherha Street,* Jazpca7ifl9 _

kJire Governor E. C. Stokes; Chief Com- of cypress boards per day. like a black cloud. It also will Myers. The great inventor and his River Line. : "

,'ssioner. C. B. Breckenridge; Alfred The Seaboard Air Line railway has give those trustees 's who are anxious t family will spend about six weeks Clyde St. J.ohns ___

'.. ?per, Harry Leeds, D. Harry Chand- about completed arrangements for. -to(, retire a chance: ,to withdraw. I there. Mr. Edison has only one form Between Jacksonville and Sanford -

e James Smith. Dr. E. L. proposed .improvements at Jacksonville I -
Harpe and ,
I Fers for Our Safety. of recreation and that is flshihg : _
'-? evenson RIchard Herbert, James 'F.IacMurray. to cost about $500,000 IncluJing .t induced to .. Slopping -PaLttkI. Astor, Ss.-ssfwJ ( lelaai ) aai laieraeiiattda
he be
what time spare
u R. Hudson Burr, state railroad commissioner may "
A. B. Leach WalaceM.. the building of dock 100x390 feet; I.a.igs St. Jaiss liver. .
devoted to
his. challenged Editor from his laboratory will be ______
.S, udder, Dr. Thomas K. Reed. four-story white pressedbrick office Frank HarrIs. of the Ocala Banner. to this sport and he will make' frequent Steamers City of Jacksonville and FreJ'k De Barry

'C-,This 'was the first time that a chie buildljig with mabrle front equippedwith a joint debate oa the merits of the trips to the, best fishing grounds in _

'executive of one ot the CommonWlths elevators etc,; two warehouses latter's that the railroad commission his electric launch. are appointed to Sail as follows hearts Jacksonville daily! except Saturdays.. V3& .'.zxf:
had' honored the exposition each, two storiea 150x750 feet etc. I t Returning leave Sanford. daily except Sundays al 0:30 a. m.
should be abolished. If the chosen
ftwlth a visit. lie was however close- Pensacola will expend of the $750- The statehood bill has passed congress
i weapons should be "pot-metal, with !
fk y followed by Governor; Roberts., of 000 recently voted for public improvements and now only needs the 1-lItll.80und SCHEDULE North-Bouael -
Guy Metcolf as Burr's second we Signa.--I ReadDowu I Red up'I'
'..Connecticut accompanied by Messrs., $250.000 for sewerage system ture of the president to become
would Very much fear for, the safety .
,,:Samuel A. Eddy. W, J. Barber and for which plans and specifications are !== _::. _: .
; of the "O ala Editor/ -Tampa Tri- Leave 3 30 p. m.. ___ Jacksonville ... ...._._ Arriye 2 00 .. mu .
'Thomas Hamilton, members of the completed and bids will be asked : Expansion of the Sponge.Business.. I' 8 4S p. _'__ .-__ PaJttu __ "."._ Leave 8 OQ P. 81I. _____
bune. 'D1.1. .. Astor .. tit _____
of the bus 300 --------- '- : J 3d po.
It state commission. Two governors shorty; $100,000 for street-paving and t The expansion sponge I. _._._, .___st: FranCls.. ..._,n"....,...,_.._. 1 eo p. D1 _
I shore of Hlllsbo- __.,. __ __ I
> ness along the west 3 30 a.m., Sanford 930 Lm _
t i within. a. week >was quite an honor $350,000; for purchasing the present As yet no one has had the nerve to : .. .. 10 oq 5. m. ___-_ .-.Entei-pri.ie......., --- w M 1000 a. IIII
rough county, bids fair to make an addition I : -ii
r Chief David Harris of. the Catawba water-works or building new plant T. !5 go up against Steve Sparkman. It

;0:;Indians visited the South Carolina Chalkley Hatton, 608 Market street I looks like he will have a ..walkover. of a half million to a million I G5K25AL PASS5S5SS ASP TIKE OmSZ, 123 WEST EAt sr., 3ACISONVILLI j.F _

|J:legislature last week while the senate Wilmington, Del., Is engineer In Manatee Record. ,dollars In the products of this imme-
,. for charge mediate section annually, if ,tbe biological I 3!. IRONMONGER<< J*.. Ass't deal Pass. Agent,2nWastBaSLJacksonvtllePla
!U making an appropriation W,G.COOPER.JBFreight Agent. t 'provided, for _
_South Carolina's exhibit at the JamestOwn ; Another big deal jln Florida timber "Us struggling democrats" seem to station to be by I Foot of Began Street,Jacksonville, Fla. _
Exposition.' It was the first lands has been consummated by. the be up against it-the Indianapolis Sen- I bill;now:In congress. Is located where I AC. HAGERTY. Cen'l East'u Pasa. Art., New Yort. .CLYDE MILNE.,Gen'1 fr't..Act-.l-. _
I Vice President and General Manager. .
.THEO. G. EGER, '
time hat the Chief had visited Columbia transfer of 20,000 acres'at Abbott from ,t tinel the great democratic newspaper it.would be of the-gTeatesCadvantagethe I ". _
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..' 1'AGE' EIGHT.;'' THE OCALA -BANNER- .. ,..FRIDAY'.. MARCH IS, 1906. ,

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< '; NOTICE. yro'fe l nat.ft .
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j< The following persons have been appointed '

Special to the' Ocala Banner. Special Correspondence Ocala"Banner.ar managers of. the special tax R. D'FULLS*. I- P. 8LALOC KING or ALL
---.Tie' ; school district elections to be held April COtLBS & BULOClt. LINIMENTs
."' democratic executive clubi ..- J., M. Hillman, a former resident board ; .
'. 3rd. 190 6. By order of the
Ifaejs Bluff, District: NA. JO of this, state Was here from Aa- of public instruction. I DeaLit3. CURES LHgUMATISM AND ALL PAW -

met Satuiday at 3:30 p. m 'thony Tuesday: night. He Is now employed Attest: W. D. Cam G. S. SCOTT, Over Mnmroe & Cnambliss Bank (Ocala Fla. .
Secretary. Chairman. IllVULCLI.'NAJIILft'T1........
I( as -;per the call .from the chairman "I by the Rentz Lumber co? of Ocala No. 1-Isaac Stevens. J. T. CURES .L. seats jetdrs.clUCa .. JU6K. ACKACHt. ., .'

.ofjthe county democratic executive I Silver Springs. Lancaster and O. L. Burdl k. nuna- lutts.COJMTkvKrsCMUMCDmn. I}C
: Il'.B.JllGGS..1 gtGot, _IIUIIIOII"..IIzLawk. AU.wumurwu .? iua j
committee, and reorganized' with thefeU.wlng Mr., and Mrs. Ashby Gunter spent gers.McIntosh No *2-J. S. Thomas. J. <

results: Mr., %'. H. Morriso Tuesday night here enrpute: to their C. Turnipseed and: H. C. Price managers i t I ATTOBNEY.AT.I w.

z '"chairman and J. B. Chalker,- sec new home MIcanopy. Mr. Gunter Is ; J. B. Walkup clerk. i J: (Office In Gary-A&new Block.|
Belleview, No.J.. N. Shedd Frank i i t OCALA. i .oIUl.A .
retary. John'T.. Lewis re-elected as moving, from Daisy. Pelot and L W. Nix managers: W i!! -*- A. :

,--co Bty' executive 'commItteeman.. Mr. L. L... :Meiggs, of Jacksonville, R. Bryant clerk. I j: h -
Fantvllle No. 4-J. B. George, B. F. M. THOMPSON.
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; District No. 10.. Meeting was yery a big property owner in Marion coun- J
Water !-
Oliff and R. B. Fant managers; *
?.* '1fe! attended for so short a notice ty, has sold a two-third interest of Pedrick. clerk. I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ,. -

...given by our county chairman.' his fine naval storesand saw mill Dunnellon. No. 5-W. E. Gamjle I.M. Office over Tea-pot Grocery.Opp, Moute n a. _
:: Earksdale and T. H. MIxan, man- OCALA. FLA.
Mr.; Steven B. Lewis. who has been .business at Dexter near Fort McCoyto agers; H. G. Keen. clerk. 5 NOWWAD

on ,a visit to his son, J. T. Lewis, for j Messrs. C. n; McLeod and J. ,B. i .veddkfc. No. 6-{}. W. L. Denham. f'
B. S. Duasby and S. M. McGee, managers -
; everal. months 'returned to his homeat" Barton of Live "Oak. The new firm ; H. G. Hull. clerk. EDWINSFEN.ER.

: Orange Ala last Sunday. He Is are putting In a new still three miles Pine Level..No.GeO.. O. Turner. J. LA
ATTOR EY-A 'V.OCAtA. ,
W. Roas and J. H. Brass managers;
very much pleased with Florida and east of Citra on the Citra and Orange cfI.O.U.",
H. A. Ross clerk. .. p :.by4JJ
her climate .and says he will return Springs road. The business 'is under :Mayville.: S-B- Coggin. H. Mor- .
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early next winter. the personal management of Mr. )[c- rison and D. E. Daggers, managers :
CHA E.
Henry Simpson. clerk. ,
Mr,. Oscar Lyons was visiting his Leod .a gentleman whom we had the Weirsdale, No. 9-T. B. Snook, F. .,

; friends here this week and looking after pleasure of meeting recently. Mr. :Mc H. Lytle and C. S. Gates managers DENTIST
and V. P Kelsey clerk. OCALA FLS THIS REMARKABLE CURE:
r his farm near this place. Leod Is a fine specimen of health,' and Citra No. 10-\. C. White Henry |

Miss. Ruben Nix. who has been manhood and expresses in his every nrantham and J. P. Moore, managers; I "I was much iSicted with theomaHun writes ''

-: epencnng: me winter with jier aunt, movement, manner and conversationthe Stewart Ramey, clerk.? CA > L. SISTKCiK, Ed.C.NadIowavflIeScdgwiciCo.Einsas"goiaj :
I Griner Farm. No. 11 J. J. Luffman. :
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Mrs. Lewis returned home a few days finest business indications kind Buford Leitner and H. Jones managers ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. about on crotches and suffering a great deal of paia.

in W. P. Chalker. clerk. I was induced to try Ballard's SnowI4niiaent,whiQi
as to DeLand. every way yet forcible and com ; Boom 4. M"CiC Building; :
Buck Pond No. 12-C. R. Dean. W. cured me, after using three 50c bottles. IT IS TH3 :. '
.::' Bev. E. D. Luter preached at the manding. Mr. McLeod will move his J. Folks and J. G. Marcum managers; GREATEST LINIMENT I BVER.USED;hare ree. .

igregational church here Sunday family from Live Oak to this county J; B. Me Gehee. .clerk. twniinied it to a number of all express

: toa large congregation.Mr. some time* this summer. We -welcomethe Sparr No. 13-R. S. Civil, J. W. Jl*SS B. N.SINCLAIR, themselves u being benefited pellOZ1li BOW waft ',1
Colbert and S. Lovejl, managers; D.
without crotches and able to
s.. A. Smith Is on a visit to new citizen heartily and hope L. Grantham clerk. STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER. deal am perform a great
labor the farm.
o light
No. 14 Jas. T. Hall. J. N. oa
Candler. -
Tangerine,
., i they may make old Morton their per Public.
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Marshall and G. G. Richie, managers; Notary THR.EZSIZZS:25cSOcANDI.OO
V Capt." J. B. Martin has a large forcer manent home. A. McClain clerk. Special attention to out of Town Work .: -

'. .of.,--,F men? In the turpentine woods and Capt. Jno. W. Stevens. "the Duke Fellowship.. 15-C. C. Stevens. Commercial Bank, Ocala Fla. BALLARD SNOW LINIMENF Co.;
and Jack McCully,
V. M. Sechenger.
artnnd. his' still grounds are getting to of Fort McCoy," 'Is as usual in fine managers; T. M.. Philips, clerk. ST. LOUIS. U S. A. : .

b&> very busy place. spirits and full of fun. Capt. Stevens I Electra No. 16-J- H. Hulford. jr., -- -
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-$ John T. Lewis and A. W. Fort have,, has the finest cabbage in this section. j.gers C.; Pillans L. H. Pillana.and J. clerk.P. Holly mana- THE NEW YORK WORLD. <

I!. avery beautiful bean patch and In a Passing Dexter this week Mr. Stanley Blitchton, No. 17-J. P. Taylor, E. -

few. weeks will be shipping beans.. stepped to see his old friend and L. Ferguson and J. T. Burgess. man- Thrice.a.Week Edition-Read Wherever SOLD AND RECOMMENDED: BY

-: ; kevi W. J. Meadows, of Tampa is Mr. Stevens cordially invited us to agers Martel.: Joe No.Aktns 18-clerk.HI Seckinger, the English Spoken.Language. is ALL DRUGGISTS.

OB a visit to his son IL H. Meadows, I stop at his garden and bring the women w,,,. Cuthill and j.. P. Folks.' managers .
C: P. Pillans clerk.. : ;_1
.; of this place. folks-the. Stanleys-a mess of ; For the winter season now at hand': :
Ft. King Alex Geiger Gabriel Long J
Miss Laura White, who has been cabbage. We had a two-horse. wagon and A. M. Parker managers. ; Win. the most valuable paper to you will be -THE_
., the New York "brice-a-week World ,
:, OB a visit of several weks to friends loaded with sweet potatoes and concluded Cook, clerk. because it offers you more at the prfc 'I'
Capulet, No. O-C. H. Codner, W.
: In-Jacksonville, returned home a few I that a whole cabbage would R. Green and R. L. Fort, managers; than any other pacer published anywhere

: days ago. overload us. We didn't like- to cut C. E. Fogelstrom. clerk. This in is a the time world.of great events. We Marioi Hardware CO $
LInadale, No. 21-R. B. ErwIn C. A. )
'We are getting anxious out here toae one In half so we came on cabbageless. McCraney and M. Rigdora managers: are having great wars. and othei )

the list of candidates to be voted But will say to Mr.. Stevens that we J. B. Booth clerk. changes of a stirring kind are occur
both at home and abroad. Th .
ring "
., for for' the different offices In the will make it convenientto_ pass again Cotton Plant. No. 22-.1. F. Parker Thrice-a-Week World comes to yo. .
D. Barco
M. and D. A. Walker. mana-
:. primary In May. We predict that the soon. and .promise. to have -less potatoes gers; J. L. Beck. clerk. every other day, except .unday wit' HEADQUARTERS -

candidates will o'n the Orange Lake Xo. 23-J. B. Burry, all the news, fully accurately and
be busy after, the ex- wagon and take advan- .
C. E. Cork and L. Mizelle.. promptly.The
managers; American
Wire
eevtive committee meets next Sat- tage of the Invitation. B. R. Chambers clerk. Thrice-a-Week World always t Fencing, .
:i Its political reports. You can vet the '
urday. PETER STANLEY.Mr. Oak Hill No. 24-D. F. Fant. John
McEwen and H. W. Nettles managers; truth from Its columns, whether you Sash, Doors and Blinds
I BLUFFJITE. J. K. Mixon. clerk. are Republican or Democrat and tha

Wartmann Suggested for the Moss Bluff. No. :25 WT E. Martin A. Is what you want. .

ORANGE, LAKE. Senate. .i W. Fort and M. H. Morrison, mana- The Thrlce-a-' Weew World always. Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, .
: gers; G. A. 'Waters, clerk. has a serial story, running and it Is always

'. f Mrs. Dr., Henderson, of, Greenville, Fairfield. No. :26-J. A. Thomas. W. a first-class story by a first- : I Mill and Mining Supplies
class author. The Thrice-a-Week .
To the Editor Ocala Banner: A. Tongue and A. J. Jones, managers; :' ,
_; & G, and her sister-in-law whose A. M. Mathews, clerk. World publishes better fiction tha _.

; name'we have not yet learned are We are told that there was an "al Cottage Hill. No. 27-C. D. P. Hay- any other newspaper In the United "- .yj :, '. Turpentine Snpplies

::' ternate arrangement", between MarIon craft, Wm. DeHorn, and L. D. Staf States. Special attention Is also given : ..' .,' -=
the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. IrTiae for l. to markets, and there are many :
managers; L. D. Beck-clerk. '
and Sumter counties 1
Mrs. Henderson Is an aunt of as regardsthe Charter --Oak No. 28-B., F, Freer other valuable features. ,.;. ; J: : .- L. Improved Farming To
State -
Senator elections and, according J. Y. Hicks and C. E. Lucius The Thrice-a-V7eek World's regula' %
,
Mr. Irvine. She managers -
has been -
spending to such an'agreement ; W. .\. Redding, clerk. I subscription price is only $1.00 per 't;
the winter at Clear I Sum- and this for 156 We ; .2 > .
fr Water and is returning Pedro No. 29-R. E. Perry, J. C. year pays papers. : S.l
: home. tEl is entitled to the ,senator In the Perry and P. A. Snow. managers; M. offer this unequalled newspaper and GET OUR PRICES

coming election. M. Proctor, clerk. the Ocala Weekly Banner together one.
: been on a visit to Hawthorneetaoincm year for $1.65. < ,
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Then Kendrick No. 30! -G. B. Chapnle J.
we are again told that this a
Urs. Tommie Lou Johnson, of Haw- J. Guthrie and Robt. Fort managers; The regular subscription price.of
agreement has been annulled and that .\. A. Olin, clerk. the two papers is $%.00. '
3-16.
\tkorne, -has' been on a visit to Mrs. Send all subscriptions on the above
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-C C C. Walts. .*J.anon county wiji nave a candidate NOTICE. offer to the Ocala Banner. Ocala Fla. Marion Hardware Gompai

for this office. I "__ _u _
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke of Graham- -S \ -

.'i vllle, have also been, visiting Mrs. Whether or not Marion Is justly entitled Notice of. the Formation of a New SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTIONS.. -

Waits to the senatorship this tim e' we Election District No. 32 and the -

:- do not know; that is left fr those to Change in the Boundaries 'of Election Notice is hereby given that in accordance NOTICE.
Miss Maggie Vaughn has been away : District No. 3, of Marion Coun with chapter 5303, Laws of

for a few week's. visit to. her mother I decide. who are familiar with the ,eircnmstances ty. Florida; Done by the Board of Florida. an election will be held in
Notice
In detaiL County Commissioners of Marion each of the following special tax "f Application for Tax Deed
and father > However County, Florida at Their Special school districts on Under Section 8 Chapter 4888 .

: ,Mr. and Mrs. Boiling Hickson, of : be that as It may we Meeting Held in the City of Ocala. Tuesday, April 3, A. D., 1906, ... Lawe of Florida.
% Jacksonville have would like to use a bit of your spaceIn on Friday the 9th day of March A. For the purpose of electing three Notice is hereby given that C. A
been the guests of D. Priest, purchaser of
expressing 1906. trustees for each district and to fix tax certificate No
Mr. and Mrs J. B.. Burry for a week. an appreciation for the the rate of millage to be levied and 107, dated the 6tb day of August 1883

': Mr Hickson Is a son of Mrs. W. A.Hickson splendid services rendered Marion The following descriptions having collected for the next two years. tax certificate. No. 11 dated the 7tb SEEDS

: county by ').Ir. Ed. L. Wartman. of been accurately made in writing and Ocala. No. 1 ; :McIntosh No. 2; day of July 1884, has .filed said
of this place and Is now one Citra In recorded In the clerk's office of Mar- Belleview No. 3; Fantville. No.4; certificate in my office and ha> Beprwnt th>survival oftbe fittest
.. of the valuable, travelling salesmen of the. house and would like to ion county, Florida. Dunnellon No. 5; Reddick No. 6; made application for tax deed to issue tut ve become the largest 1'e01I bouse tea t

the large firm' of Van Camp PackIng call the,attention of the voters of Sum- The board thereupon took up the petition Pine Le\eU No.1: Ma'Villeo: .. 8; in accordance with law. ,Said certificates world .because Do you our wish eeeda fc> grow a"be che.iaUothers. ..$
embrace
"ter as well as Marion asking for an election district. Weirsdale, No. 9; Citra No. 10( ; Griner the followiag described beautiful flowers and the fined TO*
to
Co.* of.. InIa apoIJs. his splendid a.nd in compliance with the laws of Farm. No. 11; Buck Pond, :No. 12;. property situated in Marion county. tables t Plant the 1. 8tEdlFeI11.It. .
: :, Burry* j brothers transplanted their record. In this, gentleman Is a possi- Florida and having given legal noticeas Sparr, No. 13; Candler. No. 14; Fel }Florida to-wit South half of .. Seed Aaoaal free 10 II

tomitcr ble representative in the senate required by law, in an official'newspaper I lowship No. 15; Electra. No. 16;. Southwest quarter, Section 30 and all '. applicant
-' crop. to the 'field. last week. these for I published in Ocala, Florida,-the : Blitchton. No. 17; Martel .No. 18; Ft. of section 31. all In township 1J South D. M. FERRY & COn
two
; The--recent, rains are making them counties r'bose; same, aggressiveness board of county commissioners in and I King, No. 19; Capulet No. 20; Lina Range 22 East. The laid land being Detroit Mtcfi
boom. and sincerity as a true for Marion couhty. Florida have this dale No. 21; Cotton Plant. No. 22: ; assessed at the date of the issuance
servant of the. the 9th day ofMarch A. D. 1906, designated Orange Lake, No. 23; Oak Hill. No. of such certificate in the name of
: Lettuce Is growing at .a lively rate. people so elegantly displayed the following election districts -. 24; Moss Bluff No. 25; Fairfield, No. Whittier Bros. and estate of G. A. M.

All the farmers looking cheerful.I In the house would be appreciated which are established as elec- :26; Cottage Hill. No. 27: Levon. No. Campbell Unless said certificate shall .
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no doubt. in kenfn? with. tho tion districts are voting places in said 28; Pedro. No. 29; Kendrick. No. 30. be redeemed according to%law, tax ':

'--- --- county as follows: Qualified electors at said election .t deed.. ,__-will...., Issue_ thereon_ _on the 26th NOTICE-, ]
..','..-. IN MEMORIAM. promotion in position and with his Boundary of Election District No. 3. are all registered and qualified voters Ll4)' 03. ,j"l.arcltj" A.. 41., 1906.u : I
experiences and influences Beginning at the intersection of the residing in said districts who -a Witness my official signature and.( n
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already attained south pay seal this { i. Taxes are due and payable M : :
boundary of Aradonda grant tax real the 21st day of
on February
or personal A tieiiJ
Mr. George F,. Norton of 471 west I there occurs to us no man better with. the east boundary of section 23, in. property. there- D., 1906.! I i Monday of November: ot each ear

21st street New York City, died October fitted for state senator.It I township 12, range :20, running thence By order of the board of public InstructIon -- I Clerk S. T. SISTRUNK 1..1 I I same 2. Personal time that ad real poll taxes estate most is5essmentsaretothesarneprty. paid be -., _

I 28, 1905. ... has been the intention of Ir.Wartman'8 west with said south boundary of said of Marion county. Florida. Florida.Circuit Court Marion County. I I -i
: Aradonda grant to the west boundary I This the 5th day of March 1906.G. 2-23- I I f 3. If possihle come in person to pJ
Mr.
Norton first came to Ocala In friends to send him back of Marion county. thence south with S. SCOTT, !axes. Paying by mail or through tttf! -

185 while on a vIsit to the late ex- to the house provided Sumter county west boundary of Marion county to Attest: W. D. Cam Chairman. NOTICE. iI jI i j| is frequently unsatisfactory.

Senator David If. Yulee at his beautiful comes In with the southwest corner of section 15. town Secretary. I! 4. When you come to par your taxes *
.. senator but we ship 13. range 19.-thence easterly: tf. Notice of Application for Tax Deed description from your deed or latest tax v'
home on Tiger Tall island would much prefer along south boundary'of. of what wish .
near a compromise and sections 15. f --- Under Section 8 Chapter 1888, you to py ou.S.Don'twaittilIastfew

Homosassa.His push Mr. Wartman un to the_, _senate_____ 14. and 13. township 13. 'range 19, and NOTICE. Laws of Florida.. day of time.OJi,
u sections 1ft. T7. 1ft and n.'_ 15___, tnivnohln__ .. __..... -;- then expect the best service either bjf -
next visit to Ocala was In -191)0 J where his valueable services can be 1 3, range 20, to southeast corner of in person. 'lheruibisthenonsUddP'unavoidable
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Notice is hereby given that J. B. You must take tan '
when he rendered section 15, township 13, 20 your .
.. was a guest at the Ocala with greater force. thence north along eastern range ,- Under Section 8 Chapter Cappleman purchaser of tax certifi- comes.

House and was so much pleased with What say you. gentlemen? of sections 15, 10 and 3, township boundary 13. 4888, Laws of Florida. cate No. 474, dated the 1st day of ,6, You must have your property propo !

the beauty and thrift of the PETER STANLEY. range 20. to the northeast corner of Notice is hereby given that W. C. June, A. Dn 1903. has filed said certificate sessed.if you wish to avoid trouble ia pey rIf.aUon
city of .
that section 3. township 13. Townsend purchaser ot Tax Certificate in my office, and has made application ,taxes. Tile collector cannot alter the
lae became a subscrIber to the Baner range 20. No. 749 dated the 7th for tax deed to % or descriptio- of ASsessments finsaa 9J-
Thence east day of De Issue In
along southern boundary accordance tax book. CoHK*I
E. Tax
: and was Mrs. William Hocker has returned of cember, A. D., 1896; tax certificate with law. Said CARNEY.
Us constant reader until section 35, township 12. range 20. I certificate *9275 11. MarioiiADMINISTRATRIX'S County,QCSJI.
kls death. from Tampa where she had gone to to southeast corner of said section 35. No. 261 dated the 6th day of August, embraces the following described pro j
witness township 12, range 20. thence north 1900; Has filed said certificates in my perty situated in Marion county
:t.. In noting his second visit to Ocala the emotional acting of the along east boundary of section 35. 26 ( office and has made application for Florida to-wit: Lots 25, 26. 27 and NOTICE OFJOlSCriARGE. =t1J
ills "divine Sarah." and 23. township 12 \tax deed to Issue in accordance with 28, sub of northwest quarter, section
paper said of him: "U'Mr. Norton range 20, to point j law j:
Said 14,.
S : shall visit us again and let us -..........-.--.....--.......-..-. of Flemington beginning Florida.; with voting. pls.ce at \following described certificates property embrace situated the .AUC..... township a_:<..uu:'" 'IO.LIU- '15.ueiiig south. ,assessed range 22 ai east me

low of his coming hi advance he will NOTICE. r Boundary of Election District No. 32. !> In Marion county. Florida. to-wit: date of the issuance of such certifi. la County. Judge's Court MancmMorida. :
.. W met the'depot Beginnig at the northeast corner of east half of southeast quarter of cate In the name of parties unknown. la. RS Bstate -.f J. f. Edwa _
at with a brass section southeast quarter and northeast Unless, said Deceased.
2. township certificate i-
12 quarter shall
County Judge's Notice range 20 "said of be redeemed VOITICK TO ..
IS
to GIVES
southwest
and.Ie. Executors. quarter and HEREBY
point being on north boundary of west according to law, tax deed will -*
j half of west half of issue thereon whom may concern that on theist ,;;
AdminIstrators. southeast
Intended a Guardians Marion county thence south' along quarter on the 16th day of April ':
-
: making us another"visIt Etc. eastern boundaries: of section I of southwest quarter section 25 township A. D., 1906. dajr nfjune J. D.lfJOO. ;

but before carrying out his iriten- The attention of all 14, :!3, township 12 range 20, to 2.south 11. j 12 south range 25 east. The Witness my official signature and :i! the Bell undersigned! will apply to the HOL.J
Executors Administrators :said land being -assessed seal this the .! ,judge ot said court as o
judge
*k boundary of Aradonda at the- date 13th day of :
I"i"#
) his March
n soul crossed over the, mysterious ,. Guardians and all other west grant, thence I of the Issuance of such certificate in 1906. A. D., ; for a final discharge u AdmiaistraHW

.-. river and is now being made matters persons relating exercising tor estates authority under in and any adonda along grant south to boundary west boundary of said Art of Swan.: name Unless of Ralph. Henry and J. B. !! [Seal S. T. SISTRUNK. ji I I f same estaieot time J.I Jl win. Edwards present to deceased.sa-'d COlIn aa t
restful and joyful in listening to the by virtue of the authority of this Marion county thence along western ]J redeemed said certificates shall be Clerk Circuit Court. Marion County I accounts as administratrix of said dal '".
Florida. bk.I'
according law
tQ
boundary of tax deed their
music of seraphim and cherubim. court, is respectfully called to sec Marion county to the will Issue thereon 3-iS. I t}i Dated this app/pval. .
tions 1S72 to 1889 inclusive, Revised northwest corner of Marion county. on the 2nd day of Nov 28. A. D.1905 ..i:
Man April A. D., 1906. Efl wA&
proposes; 'God said point NOTICE. DC
disposes. "So Statutes of Florida, relatinar being northwest
.
to the corner of .As Administratrix
Witness Estate R:
Must It be-! settlement of section 3, township 12, my official signature and of J.V
their accounts final discharge range 19, thence seal this the ceased u. ,
28th
t and removal of, for failure to east along north boundary' of Marion D.. 1906. day of February. A. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi
make such return and county, to point of beginning clal Circuit of j
Lieut E. A. reports as are ; with S. Florida-In'and
Anderson. Lleute'nant voting place at T. SISTRUNK.. NOTICE.
required Geiger for
by law. and NOTICE Is here- Florida as appears Clerk Circuit Marion CountY-In I
Commander of the by given to all of record in deed book Court Marion County, ----
concerned
that all 121:
Pennsylvania and J.t9.. 'D _t. __ _. page Florida. ; Chancery. #
ExecuUfrs Administrators. "' ''' '''Ltr 1.11 3-2-C I
Mrs. Anderson Guardians. I 4JU$ arlon coun The democratic executive con
after --
a short visit In ty, Florida. t
and others : -
who have failed of
: e cala with Lieutenant to make their or neglected .Board of County NOTICE. D. C. Wharton Smith. complainant Marion cotmty is hereby eatf
Anderson's bro returns to this court Commissioners. meet at the Ocaiaort
vsJames court house at
: as required by law H. W. LONG ----: -. Coons. et al, defendants. Or- I .
ther. Dr. William Anderson,, left Tuesday on or before the Chairman, der for Constructive .
first day of June. 1906 will be Board of County Service. -
Commissioners To Whom 19&
requir it Saturday
May Concern March 17th
for :- It is -
-. their ordered tat
home ed
to .
the
make
going to PalatE such settlement under S. T. Take defendants at parr
pro SISTRUNK. notice that I will one o'clock for the
herein
? ? on the first named. p. m.
by way of the cess of this court and will, be Clerk Circuit to-wit: James Coons of
forth.
Silver Springs and L with removed Court Thursday of May, 1906. or as soon and Mary W. Coons be formulating rules and rega
from
pcklawaha river route. They were : As these returns office. .. thereafter as J: may be heard apply hereby required to and they are I for conducting the primaries''t8
are often to appear to the #
compli- the bill held .
#"
pardoning board at May 15th. !
If
.5- cated. Tallahassee of complaint In this and June 1'
passengers on the requiring the cause
"Hiawatha. examination on
of the Florida. for or before to transact
Sand entire a pardon for Sandy Lock. Monday the 7th. such other basin3 :
.record
and day
of
considerable
Mrs. Anderson gave & small picnic parties desiring to. make time ley who was convicted of murder at is further ordered that May, 1906. It may properly come before it-: .;,i

at the springs on Tuesday'morning for moots are requested to advise such settle the Spring Term of the circuit court order be published once a copy of .thls 'The precinct cluh of each J*
me the for Marion a week for Is e
Particular miazo county. Florida. In four requested to. hold meeting
1905.
day consecutive a
Lieutenant and Mrs. 'Anderson and L make settlement oa In which order they Intend to ,\ WILLIAM C. HODGES Banner a weeks in the Ocala 10th last, for the purpose of '
:. several of their LI that I may March 13, 1906. newspaper published In said a 1
friends and relatives I arrange my engagements with others Attorney for Pe- county and state. committeeman for the ensui ..

and they spent 'a very happy and haVIng wIn be business at the office so there AIIABANX DEPOSIT 316-2t. tltloner. This 8th day of March. 1906. is years. and each committeeman *
no conflict *Seal] earnestly requested to have I
Respectfully. S.
: T.
pleasant morning together, at the' JOSEPH BELL. 4J'JUU R, R. File Pali Note, For 8al*, Clerk Circuit Court SISTRUNK. credentials. -d'

: springs.. .untU the-departure of the "Hi I County 4.z.tf IMge of Marion_ COIlDty' Fl W chaapi* ODeanh. Dont Uk a er.tW1EOIG1.LIIII.UI18USlUS Write. = log 20 near acres Ocala.farm land Monthly and good payments.dwell" Florida.ByHC..Sistnznk Marion County Chairman.By order.Democratic JAMES EXeCUte G. BASS

;.awath&. COLLEGE .a. R. L. Martin, postofflce block. Ocala Wm. Hocker. Complainant's. D C, mittee of Marlon County. .'
3-1I-tt. Solicitor.. I -Alt.
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r. :; THE OCALA BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1906. PAG2- X:'J; "

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", D> b1c"mealy"' PARIS AND NEW-YORK, FASHIONS On the Railroad Rate Bill. Good Roads and Bad Roads. t a

., 4 -- f DAVID S WGODR.QW .

:can 'notwithout The\Question,of,Style' Outlines Practically 1 j Once in a while we find the, strongest "Bad roads are a h e vy :tax upon .
potatoes
'.Settled--Tte" ( Latest in l argument for a measure In the litteranceS' any community says the Nashville REAL ESTATE. ,
Skirts, Sleeves' and Coats. 0- ,-- .
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bf 'R Foduced ( of those who oppose it., The American They cost Tennessee millions '

jkIrt ;amount. of Our special Jfew-York Artist J I immeidate instance of ';''o is an ably of dollars every year. They Room 12, Po'stoffice Block, : ,'--:' ::Z 5 i Ccai t F :

Inside written article in,a recent issue of the reduce the prices of farm lands by '
the
greatshops one could almost ,- .
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PQf RdsH tin' .the fertil-. ,be convinced'that, by some spec- I Ocala Banner,' raising cane with the cheapening the prices of farm products > '
state railroad commission because it X :
t l less than lea -of magic, the season had been advanced or to put It another way... by ZEdUTTpgopEgryoH PUBLIC SQUARE ,. ,
i : not' ten has not ,.reduced rtaln rates to a ,
I increasing the cost of getting such
several '
weeks. lower point' than now exists, which in

cnt. It must be Certainly the the products to the markets." What Is 1
['petz: filmy fabrics with exquisite light of the well-known., position
Th -wo story brick, house on this property must be removed and it
artistic of that paper reference to every- Is true of Tennessee Is true of Texas
form of ,floral designs, the del- will D. sold cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 33 feet frontage on '
i t1jc Sulphate thing that affects the Flagler inter- but it is_ not easy to convince the far- -
icate laces and, dainty embroideries, rn niiiuj square is still unsold.
ests must be taken as opposition to mers of the enormous waste entailedby f
; of highest which elicit constant exclamations of
jflPoTASH; the commission per se. bad roads. It would be difficult, to
admiration from the throngs of fair
In fact however the attack on the estimate the annual money loss of
i Visitors, seem to belong more to midsummer
[qualityfilial than to early spring. state commission, is one of the strongest Texas because of the bad roads, butit ZEBUTT PROPERTY OH MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST SI

arguments we have seen lately is far up In the millions of dollars.
'i : .Food" and, "Truck: farming" are There are also spring and summer --
lF from the Floridian In The Baltimore Sun, speaking of the '
books which tell of the success- point of view. '
too practical suits and gowns on exhibition; and 'I The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feet
i V of potatoes and the other girdm favor of the railroad rate bill now value of good roads in Maryland, : ,
ill gr ", though these forced blossoms cannot on North First street facing the Government Public Building site is stiU.
;sent free to those who write for them. pending in congress. mentions some pertinent facts '
... be,expected. to represent the last word unsold, also the lot immediately south of it 28 feet by 84 feet. '
,'. "' .rOreaa GERMAN tfALJ WORKS of The complaint Is made, and 'we presume "Practical men, says the Sun, "t s.
: Fashion in the matter of details
'rw.rcd-9J Nassau Strc'. cr truthfully that the Easterlings, tify that they haul twice as much on
I
.AtUflU. 0 .-22tf So. Broad<< Stock and accessories they indicate the
1 the largest melon growers In the good roads as on bad on half the time, OCKL0WAHA AVENUE -
spring trend in their outlines.
: world have been compelled to aban- with less wear and tear on the teams
CHEESE. In. Paris, the struggle f.pr supremacy
.IMBERGER don their farms in Marion county not and wagon. Farms in Howard countyon
; between the princess and empire The lot known as the Philbrick lot on the south |Ide of this avtnu+ _
because the land would not producethe the turnpike are said to be worth .
the' styles has ended in triumph for the between the residence of Mrs. Austin and Mr. T. B. Snyder Is for sale

Ma ,sent me to pay a bill at gro- princess gown- for general wear and _melons or that the people would twice as much as those on the county ThIs is a large lot having 140 ,feet frontage and being 244 feet deep and ia

Saturday.. The boss behind not them at but because roads., A Prince George county farmer
ef'r;last streettoilettes.. But'the empire, buy good prices well above the level of the street. .

'the ,counter made me a present of though the railroad rates were so high states that the land in his neighbor-
and
; subordinated relegated to
rt that it took all the returns to pay the hood sells at from $12 to $30 an acre, _
[ om thlng,wrapped in apiece of silver house and evening, wear will still be'a 1
t.. \ freight and other Instances of like where as near Forestvllle, in the same
which he told me was a piece distinguished factor in modish at- .
i paper, county, where the roads better
character are cited to prove the inefficiency are '
I Ltmberjret cheese. When I got out- RETAIL PRICE LIST OP -
'of tire.The of the railroad comml sion. land brings from 140 to $100 an acre.
I shop I opened. the paper, and princess, or corselet skirt is
jlde.the As a matter of fact the rates complained Good roads increase the demand for WHISKIES WINES BEER AND MALT
when;i smelt what was Inside it. made the prime favorite at present. and in ,
of are inter-state and the land and raise its price by attracting ,
'pta tired. I took it home and put it Its various modifications is employedfor I -,
.J, -- Florida Railroad Commission has no population, while bad roads repel newcomers -
la .the"coal shed. In the morning I all types of toilettes, from the simple -
more, power in the casethan they keep out capital discourage
'went' to 'it again. It was still .there; morning suit to the daintiest most EmUS P2IPAID. Bulk goods-Jugs free-Not prepaid,
have over the blowing of the wind, enterprise, cause intelligent farmers to
Fan Qt. Measure......... 4 Qts 6Qts.Ji 12 QU. Ji.5o .
cloud-like of lingeriefrocks.. per gallon. Rye Gin Co.a. Good Grade
taken it. I, wondered
had .,
,
'nebody Banting Club Rye_ 65 $ 00 $700
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and hence the statement of the Banned leave and lower the value of both land .I $2.00 per gallon.
do with it. Father and The skirt in which the princess effect Nelson County Rye._,_. 2 90 423 7 SO
what I could is, as we said one of the strongest and crops. Good roads save much Monogram Rye-......-.,.. 5:10: 460 800.Rye.Gin Corn, Rum,Fine Quality.5o per gal.
:mother were getting ready to go to is achieved by gores which con f HaJe's"4f'Rye-"....,.?..375 5 o 950 Rye.Gin,Corn.Rum Best for the money.Ijoo .
arguments we have seen lately in money and time the value of which Is Social Drops..,..__. 450 6 12 06 per gaL
1 piece in the back tlnue from hips, whence the seams are __ 50
put a
:church favor of the regulation of interstate hard to measure. It is estimated that Malt Whiskey-- -, 3 7S S 00 9 SO ""Rye Peach and apple brandy. Mclltwe
''Pocket'of father's pants, and another lost in voluminous folds is the sort Peach Brandy ,.. __ 3 75 500 9 50 by age. $400 per gal. .
rates by the Interstate Commerce our Maryland farmers having 4,852-; Apole Brandy! ..,..-, .375 950
piece! 'lJ1 the lining of ma's muff. Iwalked chosen for suits the top of the girdle Holland ftin.-....__ 2 So 500 425 7 .IS Victoria Bye, Social Drop Rye,Medical quality '
f Commission, and the case Is respectfully 390 acres of farm land haul materialand Geneva Gm .___ _...._ 375 500 950 LE\lP ST. LOUIS BEER.. Perta.Falstaff .
:; ,.behind her when we startedfor part to below the of ,'panama, referred to those papers that products at an average cost .o.f. North Carolina Cora..,.,, 165 4 00 700 ?..., ._.ui.il...:_.-V aj
.church. It was beginning to get fine French cheviot and allied fabrics Mountain Corn -,._ ,_.._ 375 500 950 Extra Pale..... ... ...".,,........11.
l have been publishing as pure reading n,H a haul, In the aggregate of JS-i Jamacia Rum- 206 4 25 750 Standard _' __.... 100
." warm., Wh n we got Into church father as well as for gowns of henrietta matter those advertisements sent out 600,00 .a year. If by means of good j Medford Rum __.375 500 9 So Malt.extra dark ..... ....__ .........__-too
anxious and looked and the heavier varieties of silk or Grape Brandy ... .....-,.375 S,00 9 So CoNirger. imported........._........ 2 M
looked mother by a Jacksonville agency! opposing the roads the reduce this cost of hauling King of Kentucky Burborn, 3 75 500 9 $oSame Bass Ale.pints,....,,..,, -__. _.. 2 25
a/. If something had happened. After satin. Assortment Allowed,02 all Qssis of Guinness Stout, pints......."..........,_ 2
passage of the law. In passing we one-half their annual saving would be ,
the first hymn mother told father '. '-.
would suggest that these editors read I some $43,000. To be added to the direct Prite. Prices by the barrel on applicrtias.
to sing again but to' keep his ,
not the article' on that subject by Roy benefit of the farmer from good .
shut and breath through his I
,mouth t Stannard Baker in the current issue roads is the indirect benefit of increas-

nose.' After the prayer perspiration- I h of McClure's Magazine.But ing travel through the country by carriages ANNE[ BROS.
stood on father's face and the peopleIn ,
after all the surprising thing bicycles etc. easier social Intercourse -
the next pew to ours got 'up and I 3(6.258 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla -
the Banner article is that so able and diminished sense of location ,.

went out. After the next hymn father astute a man as Frank Harris should and cessation 'of that practical -.........

'whispered to mother that he thought vim present to his readers so precious an imprisonment during bad weather .

:: she had better go out and air herself t v r argument. Can it be possible that he which m>ikes country life ,objectionable I

: After the' second lesson some of a be believes that the state commissionhas to many patrons, .especially wo- The Vehicle and Harness
'. around to rThllInAl Oo
church wardens
tfca, 'came I ( ought to do with the Interstate men." :

: see if there were any stray rats in the Ii I II ratesDeFuniak Breeze. Texas has not progressed far enoughin \

1 1 church. Some more people near our \ the good roads movement to ascertain Cor Forsyth_ and Cedar St. -

pew got up and went out putting their I: ii Baraca Society of the Baptist Church the ,extremely practical ques- JCKSO\VILLE, I.'LORID.i.t. .

:handkerchiefs to their noses as they Hold Meeting.
tions involved. The saivng in time
f 2 went out The sald they had '
parson ,. if t.
and teams the getting of products to
:' I
t the
j 5 'better clJsethe Services and }gold a' In place! of regular preaching market at lower cost, thus increasing Dealers .in Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys,

j !grneetlng" outsIJe to discuss the sanitary services at the Baptist church Sun- Road Carts Harness Saddles Lap Robes Etc.
I A1iX'I profits, the tendency of good roadsto .
U..wnditlon. of the church." Father told i day night the Baraca Society had increase the value' of lands and

tJ1other'thef t.? :! # had Letter-- g
ICat &,,thne.: >'Mother ,told father to go f delightful program. greater comforts of rural life have ,

[ .... .,..< nearest way home and disinfect I i In the absence of the president of received scant attention. Several .- "

!Himself before she came.' When they j the' society, Claud Gates, who was counties have issued bonds for roads

xNot home they both went into the j prevented from attending by illness,
: : improvement but no county has yet '. _
: -_ ; _" -__ c : ::-q .::_ :
:.front room, but did nut speak for some I the meeting was in the hands of. Edwin constructed a complete system of good

time.: 'Hither spoke first and told Spencer and he made a most admirable roads. PRICE LIST OF

f father, to. put the cat out of the room I t' pj&iding: officer. The statesman who polves the S"0tl EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO

: "a?.she*,thought it was going to be sick.It % + Andrew Faucett read an excellent road problem for Texas may never

,: WAS sick before they:'could get \U'out. 1 { paper.on.the "Origin of Baraca Work." be known as our grate: benefactor I ,--The,-Great Southern Mail Order House

Mother then turned around and I r There were several songs duets quar but he will be able to get his reward EXPRESS PREPAID. Fall Quart Measure.

.;.noticed: > ,that the canary was dead. tettes and congregational singing and with the consciousness of having done Per Four Six Per( '

: Mother told father not to sit so near Miss Leafy Sylvester recited in a very more for the state's material prosperity Gallen Quarts Quarts Cue

,': the ire, at It made matters worse.. pleasing manner. Master M. C. Stand- Hatchett's Pnrale Stock_ -:.._ ,..,., ...._,., $*oo 14 00 $i oo $ta oo
than any of his feUoVs.lhustonPost. Hatchett'*That's Whiskey .. ....-. .. _,.... u 4 SO 46a 69 13 71
Father told mother and smother I II ley also a pretty little recitation. .... ... .
; to go i gave Hatchett's Old Rye. ___ .. . .. 320 320 48 '9Mi-
,
'htrgflf. I and Eureka N C.Apple Brandy....,..:..._ ... .... .r 475 475 700 14eo-:.
Mother said she thought It I j For piles and other sheer fabrics Rev. C. C. Carroll, Mr. Goodwin ___.._ N C. Apple Brandy....,.. ,__...... 3JS 35 485 970

:.*'U smothered. already Just then the ,soft light weight silks the Italian Missionary, Mr. 'J. H. Eager About foolish trick Eureka Malt: ... ..-_.. ,...,_.......---......... 400 400 6 oo 1200
for the most ever'
A or very
Eureka H. C. Peach Brandy____....- 475 475 700 1400
Venant, came .In >and asked if she such as radiums and foulards, the delivered short addresses, and in performed by people supposed to have N C Penh Brandy --:._. ......_.._ ..' 325 325 485 970
Eureka N. C. Cora _._ ,..__ .,,__
should I the service instruc- 3 2S 3 as 4 lIS 970
open the windows, as the I princess effect of the skirt is developed every way was an sense enough to be trusted out side of Eureka N.C. Cora.XX ...__"... .. ............. 500: 300 460 900
room, smelt very close.. Father went tucking, while inI tive and splendid one. Eureka N. C.Corn. XXX. ...:...__ __ J 75 2 n 415 83P
with shirring or lunatic the marriage ofa
asylum, was
a
j I Eureka S. C.Corn. XXXX.____....-- 2.SO 250 375 7SO
HJ> stairs and changed his clothes and lingerie frocks the tucks or shirrs are A collection was taken up at the couple in the lion's cage, at the Old Crow Bourbon...,.. __ .. _- 4 SO 4 SO 675 1356
.had a bath. Mother took father's conclusion of the service and the mon- Sunny Brook Rye... -..,...._ _..... ..."......._ 3 75 3 75 S 65 1130
I I' employed and a pointed girdle Is uut- Ostrich farm in Jacksonville, last Sunny Brook Sour Mash ,.._...._.._-,_ w,.,,,,. 375 3 7S sis IIEctloSpnb 30
!{clothes' and offered them to a tramp.fwho i fined with inserts$ of lace or embroidery. ey will be used as a nest egg for a Sunday. The fool-killer was evidently ..............___... _.. 450 465 6 9o' 1275
t Silk Velvet.....,, _... 500 525 785 1570
said: "Thanks, kind lady; they This.idea is.distinctly new. building that this society hopes to not doing: his! duty or there would Oak and .?,.,.... _?. .. _.....-.......... 375 400 boo .s 00

a bit too high for 'me!" Mother skirt since its besetting erect at no distant date. bridal tour.-Bartow
I The circular have been no Gin From f ISO te $3,50 per 6all n Delivered.

them over the back fence Intocanal sin-a tendency to sag at the -- -- Courier-Informant. jJSSave twelve labels of Hatchett's Private Sto<:&and secure a bottle free. Save twelve

the: Father 'was summoned af- sides-has been overcome by various i Mr. R. C. Davis, state agent for the labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of Hatchett's
That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C
Jl rward: for poisoning the fish, Moth devices born of the genlu'g of designers Ii Fay-Sholes typewriter is in the city The Suwannee county prisoners are Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of N. C Apple Brand and recure

: *r- went to bed. Father asked. her It. than ever, and looking after the business of that con evidently better able' to do work or one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle fret Price of
.. is more popular all goods! bought at company's store are 70C per gallon less than when delivered. No
.Lhg bid ,been fumigated. Just then the plaited skirt with hip yoke is stir cern. Several years ago the Ocala they are scarcer there than in other fur jaw boxes or dray"ge. AU of my bot'les are full measure. All standardbran
of wni des sold bar at toe djink from leaves for All
over ocr -10
my 15 5 you.
had note sent him. Father Banner purchased one of these excel counties judging from the price paid
t Mather, a in the running, wines quoted oa application We also carry cheaper liquors than those quoted
\.came, to wish me "good night" at 10 Two coat styles threaten to monopolize lent machines and it was found to be for them. The terms agreed upon last Sr-cial f sah p rac.lorv.tees: on large quantities; packed any i-izes desired. Honey refunded goods .

o'clock,.' in the evening with a note In the favor of the modish woman.. i all that was claimed for it._ Mr. Davis' week were $24.35 per. head for one
t EUREKA WINE AND LIQUOR COMPANY
'.oaa- .hand and a razor strap in the the glorified bolero and the pony coat. explained yesterday the many good year, payable monthly in advance.-
j, .M W Bay St. Jacksonville FU.
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,Bother., -I got under. the bed. ,The ,peo- Each has apparently a mission ot its qualities of his new No. 7 machine, Jacksonville. :Metropolis. '

.Tpnext door thought we were beating own; the bolero is so intimately ,associated I and left. the office. with an order for 1f ".MIl
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'carpets..... in our house.. I cannot sit with the princess skirl as to one of his late models. The Florida Those two colored men in Live Oak .

'.;-: own. comfortably yet. I have given be almost inseparable: from it, and thepony i business of; the concern is all placed who advertised to "quench the highestthirst" .

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'tills.; succeeded-the
left off the R .C. Davis Company of seem to have ..
my little sister what I had coat Is most frequently seen In through
E. C. Smith. C. V. Roberta
last issue of the Live Oak Democrat
':{the,tlmberger e" eese. I thought itjplty 11 with the circular skirt Jacksonville. The Fay-sholes Is all ?f.ti;

( to waste It.-From Peck's Bad"jBoy. company The,street suitor' gown: will continue right and is growing in popularity every reached- this office printed up-side- SMITH &rROBERTS. ,

dressy 'frocks, will havea day. I down.
;''Ie"'" ,, to be short; .
1>' '" 7 short sweep at the back while for S
Colonel Edmund Martin of Shirly ,
r.\: Tortued by 'Savages.l ., Mr. John Sullivan of this city left
l: ': "$peaking ot the torture to whichsome ceremonious toilettes a train. of medium Tuesday for Asheville, N. c., where C.. a brother of.Colonel Jhn1.. Martin Funeral Directors ond Licensed Embalnjers

; of the savage tribes in the Phllippines length is correct _. of this city, is a guest at the )
he Vlll make his home Mr. Sullivan
k subject their captives to, reamtnds i ..
': I Sleeves will be ,of" elbow. or three- Ocala House. He Is a large property .
suffering ,
intense ofassistant
j ma of the ; has been promoted to the 'position .
P Adured ,for threemonths, from inflammation quarter length, the newest 'elbow' sleeve route agent of the Southern holder of this city, and makes us an I

;; of the kidneys/'saya. W. if.rv I ending just *bo\e. instead of :below, annual visit. Wear pleased to note LATEST METHODS. .. BEST GOODS. WORK GBARA TEEl3.
Sherman of Cushing. Me., nothings Express Company under' Mr. W. D. '
helped me until I tried Electric Bit- the point of the elbow. The long Graham with headquarters at Asheville. that he is wearing his, years 'well Telegraph orders.. receive prompt atte. ntion.. and. :embalming, .a me- anywhereon :
: three which complete'y strictly ..... r
bbttles of sleeve fs used only for coats or short notice. -
cured me.' Cures liver complaint, He has been in the express ser- I i f ,?
shirtwaists. A Spanish editor got eight years
or
.taltaral .suits f
. dyspepsia. Wood disorders and malaria vice in"this city "for several years and ...
a* ; and restores the. weak and nev- Fashion has made a most lavish andvaried the other day for printing' offensive
*.**wms to robust health. Guaranteed by of trimmings this' his promotion is a deserved one, although article about King Alfonso. Suppose
L 'AI. druggists. m season, and two or three kinds of one take him away from home. Governor Broward could get such a

garment will frequently be ', employed whack as that at some o(Jhe anti-

The New York Sun says that Sena. .' '' AL.ICE. GIL\; DlX. Everglades editors in Florida.-Live

-tor DoIUver got 'k:;t In the wilderness ; ;:'.( There were over thirty teams and Oak Democrat -
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,tq his railway rate speech the other Arcing the decisions recently hanJ-

"j r. and that Senator Tillman will the Florida- Supreme court'I and nearly all of them returned Mrs. E. A. Anderson, of Washington Power
B ed down by "A Cogveying, Elevating agrj Transri)issiol Machinery ,end
:|have to lead him out. The Sun is a w e note the following:; ., I home_ loaded with beautiful -dogwood D. C_ wife of-Lieutenant Com ,

'yellow'- optimist. I blossoms With which the woods j mander Anderson, of the' Pennsyl- APPIiai ces. .

Mrs. D. G. Edward. Yr.: ,Kate now abound. vania, is In 'Ocala on a. visit to the Agents for :'
DODGE MANUFACTURING co.J
their'sister Miss Mary ---- her 'husband's Dr. t ,
Taylor and ,; family of brother ,
c Alabama left 'londay on the Mr. George L. Taylor, president of
Boyd of I William Anderson Write for
:4 :.]: ---- special catalogues ---,v.. '
""'l111am" Howard" via ;SUyer:\Springs the Ocala pworth League, and vice '

1-, CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS and the Ocklawaha rlVfJ' -... ja1J. ka. I president of the state league 'was In George B. Tyler, appellant v. 1* T.t ;JHE CAMERON a BftRKLEY CO. '"
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They will then go dowJ .tbe east coast i Jacksonville Tuesday assisting In mak Toph and Abner TL Toph! appellees ,
Best Cough Tastes Good.
Syrup.
Us la time Sold by drogfists. to assau and; (),.C\.ba rW will be : ing the arrangements and program for Marion county, opinion. 'of the court t CHARLESTON. S. C. .:._ .

absent for .a couple.:of.,..\!eekg*awl are the meetlng of. the state league In by Mr. 'Justice Whitfield. Dec ee"- of,t-. :"'a,: P. C. HO FFMAN '
I -, affirmed. ,. PHone 201 Say,.. .- Hotel "Jcala:.?FIor. .
Fiords Representative. Ka.i'
a delightful trip. : Ocala In June, 'the lower court yr J ,' > <
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BANNER
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.-1 ',' i' IMPORTANCE OF 'THE FLORIDA THE, FLORIDARAILWAY'COMMISSION. I
Strauss'
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.:r . Hon. Syd. L. Carter, of Gainesville,
I The Times-Democrat: : the
; I the Gainesville Sun. Tery
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JTh opinion some :time &.go that the construction -

of the Panama canal would J ably sustains every contention this ;

"ft 4. give a great Impetus to canal building I paper has made against the Florida Royal-Reserve 1
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and that among
c- In the United States, t railway commission.We .
: -.' ;pt the canals we could count on with t .
f:' I i take great pleasure in reproducing -
., ( p confidence would be one across FlorIda 1 "
Mr. Carter's words:
reducing the distance between -
; t .. \ greatly I I have read with a great deal of ,
z. : the Gulf and Atlantic ports. H
$ S I] interest the editorials of Hon. Fraiika : '
.Strange to say the United States, OCALA MINING U8GBJTORY. -
-/, .4- I Harris In the Ocala Banner, In regard ,.
of
4 ) ir far ahead of the rest
which is so
l to the failure of the railroad P. T. SCHREIBKR. -.
I : s: ___ the world In railroads and other transportation -
i 'Consulting and 'Ch mjst. Member '
Analytical
corn-mission to give relief to the interior -
routes',is behind all the civilized of the Society of Chemical Industry, Lon -
; in the matter of shipcanals. portions of he state, and agree don. Eng. !Membrr .h powers
Jr J- with him in a greater of his ical Societ, S
___ of our part '.
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"--' ---- i Perhaps 'the success P.4.'OI7O3.. -
-
} railroads Is responsible for this,. just views. -

,, t It ih responsible for our bad high Previous to :the establishment of the S -. .: "OCALA, FLA., Oc t.22, i
Sas first railroad commissIon. Gainesville
,l We have grown to bejieve that **
Messrs. Strauss it Co Wholesale
had ,.built! up a very comfortable Whisky
of transportation

the only means
railroads are
I other routes wholesaale business. After its crea: Merchants Ocala Fla '
and that par- -
j ticularly water routes, are not to be tion and operation for a short while '
these business houses went out of Gentlemen. In accordance with your
considered and we ignore canals and .

1' rivers. As a consequence, we rank bui5ness at Gainesville and removed tot nstructioDS I visited fycur vranhcrfe .< n
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last among the great powers In our Jacksonville, and helped largely to '
the 19th instant and personally selected
.e ship canals and are actually compelled build up that city. After its abolition .

to depend on Canada to send our Gainesville again built up a large from your stock a ample of

larger vessels from one of the great wholesale trade. The commission was

lakes to another.As reestablIshei'.nd! Gainesville again '
"Strauss'RoylReserve"1
canals have been found of incalculable went to the wall and her enterprising S

advantage to commerce else- wholesalers are now doing business in __

HON. CARLOS L SISTRUNK, where, when we become better acquainted Jacksonville. It seemed that the result whisky, the analysis of which shows it to __

-! with them and appreciate whether intended or not was to contain

T- .He Announces His Candidacy for State Attorney for the their merits we are likely to make up build up the seaport cities at the ex-, :

'- for our past neglect pense of trie interior- towns.I Alcohol (by weight), per cent.. .. .. .86.66 _

t i .. Fifth Judicial Circuit. The Spanish-American war and the remember that the bill for the abolition Alcohol (by volume), oer cent . .---43>'i

: Degree proof c nt. . :::: I
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i "- Mr. Carlos L. Sistrunk's announcement law. Proving an adept scholar he was famous trip of the Oregon showed us of the first commission. was Introduced per 87.10

J : ". of his candidacy for state at- admitted to the bar in 1899. In 1904 the necessity ,of closer; water commu- in the' legislature of 1891 by Residue on evaporation, p cent..'. h.'r 0.660 5_ ,

Hon. Frank Clarke, of Ash, per ,cent .. .. : . ?* .. 0.011 f
k. torney for the *fifth judicial circuit he was elected to represent this county nication between our Atlantic and Pa- present member .
': congress from the Second'Florida District Reducing sugar, per cent. . .. . 0.25 ... -
: means strong opposition for ilr. Edwin in the'. legislature' and won dlstln- cific coasts and showed also that theistbsnus ,
I ,' then Volatile acids, per cent . . ... ,, 0.027 t
member
W. Davis who. announced, for this gaished honors In that body. Few kept us out of our proper i of the legislaturecame .
I ,.. 1 Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent .. 0.073
S S -. offlce some; time 'ago as Mr. Sistrunk :': men so young commanded higher respect share of the Latin-American trade, up for action Mr. Clarke was

: 7', is an extremely popular gentleman and i or accomplished better service.Mr. and that it was only by cutting the called home and did not returnduring The above results show the whisky to bea
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,:-/a bright and risinglawyer.. I Sistrunk's speeches in the house isthmus with a canal that we ould that session. The people of, Gaines-
ca'refully blended
brand of
S "< Mr Sistrunk Is a son of Mr. J. S. r were listened to with marked atten- hope to play our right part. The Pan- vile being almost a unit in favor of high grade :

S ',. Sistrunk, who came to Marion county r tion and ,he woa several memorable ama canal was accordingly decidedon its abolishment, I took charge of the and that it has been dif stilied from a clean, pure grain '

S from the Carolinas in the pioneer: combats. and will be built in spite of the measure and championed its repeal onthe' The amount of fusel oi{ and of volatile acids is low. 1
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; -: days, who acquitted, himself well asa I Before and since which time he has many oppositions It has met. with. floor of the house and It was carried very

.- S Confederate soldier and is still liv- made a yery close application to the That it has called attention to the by a ,large majority although the Respectfully, IS

',ing. and is a prosperous farmer. f study of the law and is recognized as importance of canals and has stimulated opposition was led by Associate Jus- F.. SCHBEIBEB. Chen lI

The subject of this sketch is 'a Mari I a close and diligent student and successful the country to undertake work tice W. A. Hocker, then member from S

,. S ion county boy and was reared on a ( practitioner.Mr. previously neglected by it is. seen In Lake, in an exceedingly able manner

't4, fwm. After attending the public i Sistrunk has a very large acquaintance the passage by congress of a joint resolution and by Marion county's forceful and FOUR FULL DUETS S3.50' EXPRESS PBEPill '

schools he took a course at the Jasper throughout this district providing for a survey of Flor- brilliant representative, Hon. R..L
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'Normal College and a literary and his popularity is shown by the ida,for the purpose of determining the I Burford of Ocala. These men made i

!S : S course at the White Springs Normal splendid vote he received when funning possibility of a canal across that stateso an able and brilliant fight for its retention
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.School, and completed his education for the legislature He distanced as to shorten the distance from the but, the sentiment for its repeal .

: at Emory College Oxford Ga. : his competitors in the race all of Gulf to the Atlantic and avoid the was too strong and general. I

L: .,".'"!Iis first business engagement after ,l whom\ were strong and popular men. dangers' the Florida reefs. remember further] that at the time of .: STRAUSS & C(1J

: returning home was assisting in pre- ;! If elected to this office he" will give The proposed route has been Inves- -its reestablishment it was claimed that

paring land titles at Tampa which, occupation eminent satisfaction as i he is ambitious tigated and surveyed before and the the new commission law avoided some ..
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S he continued for a year. In18JI S to make hamsef] a name, is fear3SS practicability of a canal there has I I of the defects in the first one and' that Sole Owners and Distributors.

I ,. Mr. Sistrunk settled In Ocala* en- In the discharge of duty and is been established. The stimated cost I I I the commission would have power to -

tered the law office of Judge. William Courageous for what he believes to be is not great, ,and It Is within our I "do something," and it may be that OCALA

S ; S. Bullock .and began the study of the right. .. sources. The canal is needed re-I'the trouble Is not with the law, but FLORII

;- __, 'r _, I, S but will be needed more_. when.. ._n_ _.__ with those to whom the .oeoole' .- have--. -
S The Railroad Rate BilLs Panama canal is !! intrusted its
,. Good. constructed, and may enforcement and as a
5 "" ---- S be counted as a certain. sequence to I{ "shipper who has suffered some" am .

: ---. :,1 This. paper. has had- little to say on We certainly had no intention of rob that great enterprise. As soon as the not willing to see the present law. McMillan Bros] :

;the railroad rate bill now pending in bing good old Marion county of any- isthmian work is well under way and abolishedwithout first trying a changein i

.. congress because It had not gIven the thing especially of her good name, of tve have improved the machinery usedn the personnel of the membership.
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Sr' :
r S. ::t"matter sufficient investigation, fc but which she ,Is justly proud. We concede excavation and canal construction, Southern Copper Works I':

::1 .y; the Floridian says that the Ocala the, word "banner" to them on the thereby reducing the cost, whijli The present rates are so .high thai .-

;:- "'S { Banner submitted the strongest argu- strength of their roads but otherwisewe Americans may counted on to do, congress trucking cannot I be carried on profitably Manufacturers of Turpentine Sffl i

S___ ,"? ment in favor of its adoption that it are all to the good and we are go- .will make provision forthe Flor- I' in,this section, and I want to say

z_ '\:,;:has seen. S < ing to have the roads. When we get S ida canaL It is well however. that it '. in this connection that as bad as the and General Metal Worker

....- The Floridian Is moved to say this them we will again say our little should' now begin the preliminary ;I f railroads are, they are not In it with "

f ;because of the Banner's argument piece and claim recognition as the work of surveying the route, for experience 5 the ,Southern Express company and
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5; -5 .- L' against the railroad commission's unequal leader. At present we beg permission! in this very Panama case ]j the Western Union Telegraph comj -

: |,: rates permitted against the, in- from ,Marion( county and the Ocala shows us that the preliminaries In I j pany. These two are the most un- S. Old Mills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching!
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-.- pTlancl ,c\ties of Florida. I Banner to trot along in second place.St. canals are long and tedious and that i!! conscienceless corporations that have through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or

The Floridian Is unkind enough also. Lucie Tribune. 'alterthe project has been launched. it !j everafflicted the southern people.. wire will receive prompt attention at either of flat;?:

to Intimate that the Banner is controlled takes many years to prepare plans, to following works .. '
j : by the Flagler interests. I\s an Indication of Florida's progress secure the necessary legisltalon to I I Mr. Burr's Opportunity.. I
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: : The Ocala Banner, it Is needless for it .Is worthy of note that Jacksonville the --
arrange finance and get down to i!I FAYETTEtflLLE N. C. C
< ,' our, chief city: has sold The editor of the SAVANNAH
Ocala
: an
r I us to say 'owns no Interest Jn the the actual work. That congress Star like ,
-- Issue of $400,00'( ) of 5 per cent. improvement willS the editor of the Ocala JACKSONVILLE FLA
Banner
: Pl Flagler railroads and it may also say be friendly to' the proposed Florida wants MOBILE, AUlWe
I I bonds at 10 1-! per cent. the Florida railroad commission
: that prem- abol-
It owns no vegetable farms and canal is proved 'by the manner In : ..

-: what it has said about the j! ium. Jacksonville stands, right at the which it ,passed. without opposition, j I: ished. .
: lead of the list of southern cities and I I To prove that we are not
I the
freight rates it has said purely in the joint resolution for the. survey of talking
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.-: {Interests. of this section and with the every Floridian is proud of her.- this route.-New Orleans Times-Dem- through our own or a borrowed hat,

,. hope that the agitation of the subject Stark Telejram. S. bcrat j we quote the following from the Star:

t "We are tired of Never Disappoint Our Pationtt
'will put this section on a iiore equal Fifteen indictments i asking the ques-
t against officers Why Not, Use the tion. It looks like .
2 footing with the sea coast sections. Newspapers. a farce, rank and
ot the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance : w. Fulfill Every PromIse and Neur
Hold
: -: :, The Banner might also say that the -, simple to vote for a railroad commission Strloture Out Fala.llMlt
company were handed down by the WE CURE Wito1Lt the bUe or hoagie and VN"1ooeel. Wfl
i, ;-, Floridian. the DeFuniak Breeze and Hon. ,R. Hudson Burr one of, the. candidate at the ensuing primarles. pain 01' detf-taUOD from bWJleilJ ODtaciou DIm P 1Id
Cured
.grand jury in New York. ,Those Indicted never to rsturn
: W1tho.
', Florida railroad The mere1l1'1' or miner*! Si MM
other papers that read its articles commissioiors has commission has been a. mis- MUtare; Loss
.. are Frederick A. Burnham Vxgorpoltjvely eared; no itimalaut baa P.rusD *L
-: had his eye on Editor Harris of erable failure. in the The Dr. K.1nI Medle&l Co.
would do so more-carefully they would the matter of securing 11 an titntloBorgaBfitd u4 rP
: president; George D. Eldridger first tawUftb. uate of Georgia for ti. tract nl ad cv* ||
: have seen that the Ocala Banner is not Ocala Banner, for some time past and just and equal freight rates to veuaacirosiodig. .. Dr.N K. K. 1" the fuwM',
r vice president, and George Burnham I WI Imti"ttODo II the Chief ,
he has the \ OODsultfng peeialijt, dIIi
: '. so ,foolish as to have stated ,that the also been perusing the latter's thriving Inland towns of Florida. I b7 a$t&5 Of em1DeJ1S ph1lid&fU
second vice III &urguns.
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president. The
grand jury editorials declaring the Some of the most Ov'IIOC01t IA SIa.treatment of elmmio 411futl II
;- S 'Florida railroad commission is empowered commission to important ,(?) work led: w. usa bets medical and
probably will I "P' eleetrtoaJ*endeL
enter
: ;, : to fix rates for Georgia Alabama upon a general Investigation I be a worthless institution and giving has been fining a railroad for failing ; \I Ouroffice&r..4uIpI4twtth &.i ua g&ivantt, ftrI41e t
of Insurance affairs. I lea I-rtr,violet ray,and Fiesta raft la fact eVerJ
', Mississippi; and all other statesof some of his reasons therefor. Mr. Burr .to post a belated train, compelling the j eontrlTtooe known to the medical profwslou. OaruD1iaJ1!

S the union. Mon. E. B. Bailey Montlcello, is is a candidate for renomination, and, erection of a 10x12 waiting room at ud mined modern U0enae4 and 111 every efficient relpect 5ten11lJlg and we,reguLijy emplo qullfled Done bet 51"-LbS,,

The Ocala Banner rarely discusst differing with :Mr. Harris as to the Pumpkinsville, a new cattle pllpldADa being in c1I&rp.
: -- S a. candidate, for railroad commissioner. -- gap at OxBow S W. employ DO L1Iudlng Dle&u.&o II'C:1Ift paUealS ..
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unless them investigation value of the commission he a new platform "I :"' *tron&ge-ao C.0. D.s or 1U1aiked for ers&ure"' _
; subjects giving some Mr. Bailey is a hustler and if he now challenges for the depotat \lii11\!\, bythl. lutution. Our terms fOft:8I.tm

-S and its editor Is not yet should be elected to a place on the, the latter to a joint public discussion Frog ,Pondand to provide ice at .1 anee lo.lO.OOJerIDDDdJD8d1a1l1esJDalai104 of a cure with1D a ipee1sd dmL ;; &Yeraptroa.wogtv.sM' =!

* S. a candidate for.the bug house. All it commission the Ocala Banner will not of the question at Ocala /or least once a week in first class coach lfY. BEST ;Ef'ERfNCl 19. CHRONIC DISEASES 1I'u f 1fl=' :::

S. S -S asks it that its articles be. carefully I have to complain any: more of "noth- sone other point or points to be es. \1 \'Ml1jAl<rl\ 'lUch R u .Kidney &D4 llladb, voni. nieus

_: :. read,and correctly quoted. ing doing" by that body.-Live Oak agreed on. within the next six weeks. Why not abolish the railroad commission \ UKTILCU"4' q;"iuDlu&us.ptur.. 'hIriora Hydnioele and m&11Dan&, Dr.u. Loteea.Vealtj ecGt. tatAnh an4 all Yp T

Den ocrat.I We don't know how Bro. Harris is in anyway? It is an expensive N. Ie. KINa. ... D. ChroD1o NOH, Thrust DIMaHa, Hew and of LIlDi10 D1IeuealC BJ' Wd._

Deserves a Wreath Immorteiia.Mr. : the noble art of "noratin" It from the luxury, and accomplishes nothine. tAI CHI CQllluLY1118. WYicijL Ulu.tural DlIobuaea and Women such we&kneaIQ such ii of wo.tD.Di.pi1cSO
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; Mr. E. :r Byington. editor of the ON8ULTATIOIf. JlLUU."A.TION __
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of business AND _
Senate ADflCEIfttZ
preceded fluency
we hope he
the final passage of will accept, speech and speaking of :Mr. ra
liNG
S o4" S Miami News, deserves, to be crowned the Local Option Bill amended to exempt and. thus will ,this disputed question Burr's challenge to the editor of the Ijul MEIICIL CO", =tt ett&sis&htNSt c $ az iiantge Sa,

: .- with a' wreath of immortells. Here down to fo rtb.class cities. Pres- of the value of the commission be ventilated i, Ocala Banner says:

: 'is'what he writes:. ident Thorne swore and Senator before the public and we will : "By all means let us have the dis-

< During thirty years devoted to the .George shook his fist in the Lieutenant all have knowledge upon which to cussion. There are two sides to all

S newspaper business I have always con Governor's face. reach a just conclusion.-Live .oak questions and certainly- so to our rail-, A. Standley & Co

: tended for cleanness in my columns. Democrat road commission." -
"It's mighty hard to .
S'S do not believe in accept the situation We turn Mr.,
any other kind of a Burr over to our esteemed ,
when Tribulation comes," Mr., 0. Lyons one of the $
says prosperous
newspaper. I do not believe that an contemporary to handle him

: editor has a right to publish in his The Wbitsett Courier.In other farmers and stock raisers of Volusia in debate and we. shall try and hold c' The Pingacle of Human
words. It's hard to be a county was in the city
philosopherwhen on business
S columns anything that he would hesitate i our- own in the less exuberant field (
A one has lost his way in a snow- Saturday. He is here looking after Has been
of S reached
S to say personally in the presence cold type. 5- In our c
storm." his property of which he -;5
owns
of a company of ladies and gentlemen quite buggies '
; and harness. The cull
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a valuable
tract between The :Leesburg "
remembering that if he did so.. he Ohio's new democratic Ocklawaha Commercial in speaking \ '
'- 5-, would dolt at the risk of his personal governor has station and the Ocklawaba river. While of the Ocala Beaver minstrels In they can ever be better Is to i raft;
2,000 for
applicants office to consider here he joined "
the
; safety. I contend for a newspaper that Ocala Banner's army that city ,says that the, audience was pinnacle-elevate
and 100.000
S women members of a temperance of subscribers -- the atandirdl- i
and large the
will in future pertonnance'was -
S.Is clean enough to go Into the home organization very good -
threaten to keep thoroughly posted the and there then our vehicles wDl beat to
on doings was liberal
S applause. The
i and be read aloud in the family cir down him
swoop upon en masse as a la Marion
-- S cle. ,No newspaper can be too cleanS I' "petition in boots. No wonder Governor county. local hits created much vociferous ap the top. They are not sa hg1! :' I

4, for that. But' I am trying to make Pattison Is Bradford preciation. The. troupe arrived on the .
a very sick man. county farmers
: the Miami News as clean a, paper as] ing to break the dirt for another are begin- A. C. L. ,and returned that ,night., A S a prices_ though as to be out of
three
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;s ,possible I am content to allow others -: There being ,no real business before hundred and,fifty thousand number pf Ocala people,came with the o'f most 'vehicle. users. Let us 4'you. ',.'

: to reek In filth. If they will, but deplore -j lower'house of congress, the members -. crop We "some.dollar cotton players, and It ,was an, Interesting occasion. I ': ,. ., :')}
are. -
: It just as..does every other good are having the time of their it punJdns"when The players and the visitors S : figures.>
comes .
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D.. making speeches. ether field Hotel for ::; ... .;,.. :

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parge amount of merchandise, sent 'out by this syndicate that every piece will he sold at Mill and Factory Prices.



No Competition. Can. Fqual the Matchless Bargains Offered During This Sale. .
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SATURDAY, MARCH .24 TO FRIDAY, APRIL 7, PROMPTLY AT 8:30: O'CLOCKMen's .

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Fine, Suits and Pants and Boy's Clothing. These 'are Everyone Bargains Worth Seeing.

Men's all-wool Crash suits,:_____$3.98 II I 175 men's blue Serge suits, regular $15 3.50 and 4.00, values$2.48 I'I Boy's 2-piece suits; summer' weights
,Men's ,all-\vool Scotch and Novelty ,|| and r2.io values-________.8.98 750 pair men's pants, slripes and fancy I light colors, syndicate sale____$J.49
; Plaid summer suits, regular $12 :and; !ij 75 men's suits, square and round cutsVorsteds, this sale-_____----$.39 Boy's 2-piece suits, summer weights and
,$15 suits, syndicate price, __._$8.98 i II|1 $15 and 18 values ..-.;;.. ----$J0.98 600 pair men's fancy-striped and black I'' light colors, syndicate sale____$f.98
'reel(The and lastlianiwi ef>n" aly lot] n rftatis rf tx.u..;>'lii Jlis THUI Miis;.1"i,msliUfctmirrrdi a ran- ('hHiie'i' ,' 40 men's suits., summer weight: latest Clay Worsted pants, price----$2.98 Boy's 2-piece suits, summer weights
,'200 men's misfit suits from Rose & Co.,' .;' patterns, all good values at.$7.89 -. Boy's knee pants, roc values______39c Norfolks, latest cuts ----_--_$2.48 I
Chicago, bargains at $.5 to:25-synboo+I men's; 'all-wool: Crash ,and Flannel Boy's Buster Brown pants________69c I' Boy's' washable suits from Tae to $i:
dicate price ______ ________$10.98 II pants, light and dark colors, regular Boy's 2-piece suits, syndicate sale.98c ; syndicate sale price_____?_,-,. __49c

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2000 worth of muslin Underwear has \' too ladies'washable suits just received |I Guaranteed not-to-rust, regular price ..1 looo ladies' .and children's dress and

been purchased for this special: sale. j II, 83 and 5 values$1.98 to $2.98 II .6$c. syndicate: price .* :----:---- 39cGirdlesin .I'l', .
Ladies* drawers, 350 value,now.-__23c 'It 500' ladies' washable skirts in Duck ':i } all colors, satin finish, regular year's production, $i to$6 values, for
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Ladies' gowns, Devalue, special48cLadles' Linen and Crash _---49c .to $ .48 .;! price! 650. and" 75 .cent. ., syndicate I this sale they are'48' to $i.48
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underskirts __69c toJ.98 price- -- -7'----i .---.43c.
L1dics' corset covers, worth ,50c..39c. SPECIAL large assortment ofladies' I ll I A big lot of the famous C. B. Corsets, Five pieces fine table linen 72 inchesLadies'
L II the world syndicate wide, syndicate price ,64c
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corset covers, worth Voiles, Serges and Brilliantine : ---------
this sale29c price 69c. Ten pieces table linen, extra good,regu.
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Ladies' summer under vests __-_'_..._- 8c I ;i Ladles shirt waist from 7pC, to 5.00. lar soc value syneicate price..23c: -
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Ladies Ladies'summ! black and colored stockings9c skirts, syn. price$2.98. to $5.98A colors* }long imd short slefeves! syndlsyndlcate.pnce_____, ...1-----_43c
Ladies'black and colored stockings.4c I"" large assortment of ladies black calc'piece_,.,____,? 48c.,to$3.48 '. Linen mercerized Towels, isc value_Sc
Ladies-'fine, open-work stockings! .J.9c .,silk skirts, price, _-._, $4.98 to$6.98 Ribbons, all colors widths-2c to 23c. 75 doz., regular idc valuer special5c>
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< .F .*-. l .".,. Nay.'Get,THE'*.,:-Coiit". ":,;,8EABOARC8 Into-=-',-Barr'.-Havana-= ,Talks;.."..!,Before-,'of SCHEME.-.Plans the'' '.;East-,-'"j'-., ,." !,nn"'tnnu"'t"nf"'n'.nn-i. '. ", !:!"!!"!"! '!!!" ,,, "' ':f'ln'.nnnU!':' !"!!1nT.TTY"n.:!:'!' : .


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;; (: 'onecomtenplated; some time ago,. but ,
was',"' delayed by circumstances.
"Ve.':have come.". he Bal&fHo, -study .
., the...,-resourcestip ; and ,conditions' of Cuba. a 'TIA PDY I ER : #
Our line has been doing considerable .
F business. *- 'with the !fame 'of the.island* ,
and- 'we desire.. to improve the ,condi. '
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.-if,\r .'presp through VaDa.is Very ctsk: much.enthused.trains' '"When from- we-New Uba"'over go Yorfc to running to:future Ha- E We do. not'care.. to do all!! the Grocery Business, but { ,

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you will 'see jump intf ,.. .
'- prominence as no other ,counry/, he. "

-said It, 'will- 'only be a. matter' of"a few : share of 'it We firmly bei';:
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i .'months now before we will- .floaf' railroad | we want to get' a good ,

: : !;trains from Jfew York into Ha- -w.3g
: >rana-: harbor so that passengers! '- will ., .

not.. have, to leave their ..pomfortable.compartments
." i .t'r@en' e' the' > .cities/The'' In our'" trip Pullmans will be .made be- ll lieve that a concern that gives its customers eX ep-f: .

,. wtti4fi a half a day; ,as short a' tune ,... ,
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: as'."lt'requires to ,JraveJ to the winter, -

4 t .' llon'ai resorts i attraction of Florida of. -a and foreign the city"addl-and | tionafly good values in ever.instance is bound to :

foreign 'country will bring thousands go .
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pans schedule.
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"": ".*l'\' :'Politics-.in.-New York" -State.. | ahead, and deserves to. This idea prevails through-

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_. = York-as. : given by the Sun: -
"Republicans 'from down: etaoslnsh"Republicans'down : ." ,. .. '
from out entire business. u' ; e
r Albany explained our .

that the deal with William ...........' ,...,.
.R. Hearst so far as'the Rains Recount, f ._. .....,
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bill ,is as follows:. l ':t '
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: "Senator Ra.lrut'to'insist on; the passage '- ;.:;..
of -. of his bill in the ,senate and assembly -

...; ,"ShoJud and the Gov.Rains HIggins recount to sign law'It.unleat' ;. ., Every dollars Worth of Goods We SeUMust. :il
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Mayor: McClellan Mr, Hearst is __ -.
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to. 'remain in the mayor's. ,chair for 1 mEKBmt
.four years and is not to run- for 'governor '
Give Perfect Satisfaction- : ,
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this fall but a Hearst man is: '
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to.be:>nominated by the Hearst Independence -
league, leaving the regular .. -
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democrats to nominate' their'o, n ,

candidate, ; .. .' .
"Shoup. the' Rains recount law. Jail '
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Independent candidate' for governor \
this fall and not, to seek', the' regular '

,democratis nomination, for governor: .
"so- that there would be'two' democratic We Allow No Misrepresentation.

candidates for governor in the >. .
'field !n' either event,; i \ ..
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tl'fhe'repubUciLns; with two democrats -
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'In the field to escape the .CQn- '

'; 'and sequences- ,' to 'remain of 'Odellism in control and of Hookerlsm the state ,. \ We want to call your L attention especially to our Coffee. We
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''ing- "We'.del cannot!edr" one touch of pitch these without republicans be.. a : handle Chase & Sanborn's Famous Brand exclusively, always uniform

3- ,,said. 'aid here we are radically opposed 1I

k,. doctrines, to Mr doing Hearst',.everything and his we professed' .can to in quality and you can get the same. goods every day in the year If ;

r push :Mr, Hearst and his:doctrines' Into EE t

.. l further,Is fa political prominence.bill; pure The and Raines simple sb111 you haven't used any, try some and you will! use no other, ,

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and cannot be beneficial to the i .
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republican cause. .Y; -
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'the 'f .l1owlng: I". .. a great many: deal" ...
;But there is nothing surprising in '

t this;; Tile party republican theoretically.party. Practically is only amoral er's 25c gradeTry a pound and judge for yourself. ." i

itj is ever ready, like other political .
parties, to, fight with pitch whenever ., ;,
if finds the 'pitch hot. .-
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recommend... tion I. can to heartily Chamberlain's Chamberlain's Remedy.i,and conscientiously Cough Cough' tillt I We Have Full Line Of : : y ,' '

Remedy for effections .of the throat ..4
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.and' lungs,' says Hon' John Schnick. '. .
220 So. Peoria street Chicaga.. Two -I. .
; years' ago during a political campaignI ; ::4'
caught cold after being overheated, : '
which irritated my throat and I was E Franco=American individ lal sizes.
Soups
compelled to stop as I could not- ,. ; Also Game Pates -
speak. aloud. 'In my' extremity my .' ,
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friend advised me to use Chamber. '. .
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lain's Cough Remedy, I took took .. Sauce and Broths '
for
two doses that afternon and could not Pudding, invalids. .
i believe my senses when 'I found next .
morning the inflammation had .largely i
subsided. I topk several doses that E :
day.. kept right on takin through the
,,, campaign and I thank this medicine -_. - .
that I won my seat in the council" .
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This remedy is (or saleby all"drug- .. r ,
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The Evolution of .a Nation. ti .

2&i 35 .' It.is not many-years since the Unit We handle Choice Flour
Browq's whicij
:ed States "discovered Japan sitting we guarantee to be
.:alone in the twlight and patted the-ob- -
,,scure infant on the .head.Yow the .. -

...' letter President to of the, the secretary United of States war writes point. :the best. Try a 'Sac ; ; ... ; .. .
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.trig to Japan's great naval hero Admlral % .
t Togo, as one whose counsel in '
/matters pretalnlng to national safe-. '
.-. :ty this country cannot too closely Yours for more and better' business.illyL' '
j:to11oThings have ihanged.-Tal. :
i ;lahau Capital .
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i-' .Loss of appetite always results from
; -faulty digestion. AU that is needed
is 9. few doses of Chamberlain-Stomaeh '
:and liver Tablets. They will. in-
r. .Yigorate the stomach.. strengthen the TEAPOT
digestion and give You ans appetite

I a_ like as druggists.&a gentle wolf., laxativer These? -tablets sale also 11 m act all. L' GROCERY.


.i .:- :. Afro'Thorn oa' Strlngfelto arid four .
little tons, .of Jacksonville, who havebees' ." ,
: ; Mrs. StrtngfeUow'a ,4"
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