The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I PRECHT-MONSEES. Miss Stella Camp Gives Pretty Birthday Editor ..Claude L'Engla! on Governor Saved by Our Instrumentality.
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I : > >. ;;. .. .,.. # 1 beautiful wedding of Wednesday """- 1 1 Written for' the Ocala Banner. .

Miss Stella Camp the eldest If In some fair and jewelled crown
evening Marcli- the fourteenth We think
was that it undignified
was an
That to the blest redeemed is given
that of, Miss Katherine Claudia of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp thing that Governor Broward did last Are stars that cast"their brightness.. ,
i iI down'I;
Home Made sees and Mr. Henry Jacob<<, 1ion-1 I was, at home to nearly thirty of her Saturday when he< discussed his everglades Loveliest among the gems'of heaven

which took place at 8;30 I small friends Saturday afternoon In reclamation from the' street It is the diadem He wears,. ," '",'

the Lutheran church of the! Ascen- celebration of 'her ninth birthday. As (stand. Who below woke; and watched far souls,

sion., The church was artistically it was St Patrick's Day all the appointments It was all right and proper for N B. Striving to save by tears and'prayers,

decorated, handsome palms be- Broward. candidate Immortals from immortal woe. -
many of the party were In green. for office to speakto -

L Have your'cake, 'muffins and'tea hisrT -. ing used 'as background, with a pret Miss Stella and her three younger sisters -. whomsoever would consent to In stealing ofHhe angel's hymn, -

ty arrangement of Sowers. Above the wore pretty white dresses with hear him, from any valuable rostrum, Come harmonies of softer wires -
home-made. will be fresher heads of the at all times In tones, to ears of seraphim,
cuit They wedding party were hung big green ribbons.; and places. As a candidate
i the ,initials "M-P" formed of electric For over an hour the children rom his acts were his own and the : Sweeter than their own silver lyres,
It is when
". ones tell above
cleaner, more tasty ,and wholesome. lights. ed over the lawn to their heart's content policies he advocated were his own or Him. who came when hope had '

r- v' Some delightful music was played All sorts of games were played opinions, unlndorsed by the official flown 2,
l And pointed to a Savior's love, '
Royal Baking Powder helps the l housewife i while the guests were assembling, and and the Camp children's governess, voice of the people. And led the sinner to the throne.: -

as the bride and her attendants en- Miss Laura Brand and 'Misses Leta When the people of this state elect-
F to produce at home quickly and tered the church the bridal chorus ed to -the 0, holy God! while' flies beyond
eco Camp and Alta Pearson played with. him highest office within Wide swelling seas, that Truth of -
from "Lohengrin" was beautifully the children and helped to make the their gift thereby Indorsing him and Thee, '

mically, fine and tasty cake, the raised sung by the choir. The ushers were afternoon a memorable one to the lit- his policies he became the represen- I Which bond melts, down every slavish ,

l Mr. Fred Wessels, Mr. Sam, Wheaton, tle ones. tative of the sovereignty of the people And from dark Idols wins the knee- .

hot-biscuit, puddings, the frosted layer- Mr. George Semken and Mr. Harry Miss Pearson played a spirited and his policies were raised to the Engage strong our, hearts with passing

Garwes. There were two grooms- march and the children led by the dignity of state policies.. To labor in this holy strife;

H cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and men, :Mr. Grover Paulsen and Mr. hostess and little Catherine Todd As governor of Florida he did violence And Is ours-Thy dearer boon favor than which crown Is and lif&A.E.G.ong

Henry Monsees, the two bridema1diMiss marched 'into 'the, dining room. The to the dignity of his high office ..
muffins, with which the ready-made food .. Gertrude Slem and Miss Laura long table was very' beautifully deco- I I when he discussed a state policy In I -

-_ V oUers. rated and at one end was the birth- the streets. The properplace to discuss Mr. Herbert Lyles Accidentally Killed. '

fouild."at'" the bake-shop of grocerydoes The, bride who entered with her day caks with nine lighted green can- a matter of state is in the cabinet r _

- father, Mr. Claus H. Monsees, was of by a message to the legisla- A telegram was received In this city

not compare. preceded by her sister, Miss :Meta dles.A small low table was arrangedvery ture. Thursday stating that Mr. Herbert

Monsees as maid of honor. Mr. prettily for the six wee small But however much we may be displeased Lyles had fallen from a tank at New-

Royal l is the greatest of bake-day helps. Precht's best man was his brother guests and right cunning did they with the governor's offense berry Florida and was killed instant-

.I Mr. Edward Krieger. The marriage look while they were being served.In against the proprieties,. we are 'com ly. '

service was performed by the pastorof the dining room' Mrs. Clarence pelled to admire his readiness to givean Mr. Lyles ,was a son of Mr. and Mrs.J. .

-. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. the church the Rev W. C. Scha f- Camp was assisted by Mrs. W. N. I account of his stewardship, when- W. Lyles of this city and several -

fer.The Camp Miss Brand, Mrs. Powers, Miss ever he, is called upon and his willingness years ago married Miss Maisie Blltch of

SARA ELIZABETH: HARRIS, Mr. J. D. Buckalew, of Jamesburg, ; bride's gown was beautifully Camp, Miss Pearson, Miss Barco and to face in person those who crit Blitchton, who is a 'sIster of Mr.
made of white mesaline with a pokeof Miss Harris. icise his acts.-Jacksonvllle Sun. George BUtch, of Ocala. He was an
N. J. who has been spending'the win-
Local .Editor. lace, embroidered with, 'pearls and Each little guest was presented excellent young man of splendid qualities -

ter in Ocala at 'the Savoy Hotel has shirred elbow sleeves, finished with with a pretty souvenir 'In the shape ofa A Bold Robbery. 'and the news of his! death was

gone to Lake Weir where he will deep ruffles of lace. The skirt was little green basket ornamented with received with great sorrow by his '

,HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. spend several weeks.. gracefully cut and arbund the edge a Shamrock leaf and filled with green Some time between Saturday at many friends in this county and

-...... was laid a deep flounce of lace part- candles. I midnight and Monday morning (presumably wherever he was known.

If it is a bilious'TUtack take Cham ly confined by white satin ribbon puton Miss Sten 'received. quite a number on Sunday night) a thief en- Besides his young wife and his parents -

berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets In a pretty design and caught here tered the store of Messrs. Helvenston he also leaves to mourn his death
'Very few seem ,to want office In of pretty gifts from her little
and a quick! cure is certain. For sale Pasteur The Intruder sister Mrs." of this
of lace. & daring a en Freymouth
and there were rosettes narrow Company.
It is index friends and the de-
Marion County. an poIntIng by. al druggists. m party was a very'
blossomsin broke out Iron bar from city and other relatives and
to better Umes. She wore a wreath of orange lightful'one.. an one many
Mr. K. W. Home, of Nprman Park. her, tulle veil and carried a shower of the rear windows of the store in the friends to whom this paper extends '

'}fr. and Mrs. W; ,E. Oldfleld are Gsu, has been spending a few days In bouquet of roses. The bridegroom'sgift The Beavers Go To Leesburg. millinery department and in this way Its deep sympathies. '

now making their home pear Newber- Ocala the past week the guest of his was a sunburst of diamonds.Her gained an entrance into the store.In '
where has brother Mr. L. all in From Friday's Daily. of show windows A Chicaga Alderman Owes His Elec- '
ry. Mr. Oldfleld gone into Home attendants were gowned ope the was a tion to Chamberlain's
business. white chiffon with Valensjennes lace, The members of the* Beaver minstrels box of money-all bills and plainly Remedy. Cough -

< Miss Erin Yonge entertained about the .maid of honor wearing' white rib- who made such a big hit at their visible as the box was a glass one I can heartily and conscientious'

Bruce Meffert who has been attending thirty of her little friends at a St. bons and carrying white roses, and recent performance in Ocala, 'decided bound In wood. recommend for elections Chamberlain'sRemedy 'of the O thr-. ,

,; 'school at Rollins, College,.Winter Patrick's party Saturday afternoon.The the bridesmaids pink ribbons 'and pink to repeat their performance 'at the This box of money has been adver- and lungs,' Fs Hon. John Sch
,Park, has returned to his home at day being also Miss Erin's birth roses. ,Mrs. M nsees the bride's pretty little city of Leesburg, so accordingly tised by this 'firm for some time as 220 So. Peorii street, Chicaga. '
du a political
years ago ng camp
Lowell j day. The little folks that were her mother, was gowned in black peau de they all went down to that each customer of this firm 'received, I caught col* after being overheat,

guests had a' very merry and delightful soie. A large reception was held at city Thursday afternoon. They went with each dollar purchase .a key and which Irritatt; my throat and I was .
Mr and Mrs. J. IL Bradford, Mr, afternoon. : compelled to stop as I could not -
the Coast Line and besides the
the home on Hall street after the cer- over the one securing the key that would speak aloud. In my extremity my
Bradford and Miss Mary Hart who _, _ '
members and elaborate was the lock was'to have the
an' supper open money.
are 81)endlng'the winter at Lake Weir.'wee t Mrs. J. B. Davis came down from emony lain's Cough .Remedy. I took took! '
of their friends accompanied them
served. On Saturday night the proprietors neglected -
two doses that afternon and could not
in Ocala and Gainesville Friday afternoon for a I
Friday Saturday,
I The wedding gifts were unusually to attend the show. to take this box from the window believe my senses when I found next .
short visit to her brother, Mr. S. R. mornfng the Inflammation had largely
The following those who went
handsome. They and It in the safe was
put as
Mr. B.HMcLfn, of Tallahassee Whaley. She returned home Sunday numerous and very subsided. I took several doses that
commissioner of agriculture was a were prettily arranged in a room opposite down: Messrs. Alf. Owens, Pittman, their custom and :Monday morning day, kept right on taking through the
This Mrs. Davis'
was first visit to
Thompson. Deveneaux Hewett Mar- campaign, and I thank this medicinethat
and included much handsomecut when the store was opened tile emp-
distinguished visitor to Ocala Saturday -
Ocala in, some years and her.:. "friends I won my seat In the council. -
and silver and household tinot Cline, Cole Jackson, Nash, Carl- ty box was. found. Nothing else from '
and was the guest of his son Mr were exceedingly glad to see her This remedy is for sale by all druggists -
Ernest McLin. again. furniture. Several substantial chec- ton, Blalock, Moody, Mathews, Wiht- the store, so far as ,could be ascertained m
ers, Jackson and Jackson Bridges, Otto -
ques 'were received.A was taken. There was some
,Another little daughter has' beenadded Mrs. W. J. Lohrig gave a small and particularly handsome .gift was a and Cecil Lohrig, F.-G. Hoffman I small change In the money drawer, but Baskin, Endorsed by 'Voters Meeting.At .

to the family lrc1e of Mr.. and very enjoyable fiching party at Silver large silver salad bowl with a fork Miss Sara Whitfleld, who compose the this was not disturbed.,: the meeting of the voters of

Mrs. a'K, Nelson in this city. The Springs for her guest :Mrs.. W. D. and spoon, from Messrs., Bluthentaland minstrel company. Others who went :Mr. Helvenston wishes us to state Dunnellon precinct No. 24 'last Mon.

little :one was born Saturday morning.Mrs. I Graham, of Ashevllle, N. C., Mr. W Bichart the firm which Mr. Precht I were Mrs. E G. Hoffman, Mrs. C. W. that the money will be immediately day night Dr. J. G. Baskin's name was
put up and he was unanimously endorsed -
I H. Clarke gave the yarty a ride in his Is associated with In Ocala. A silver Nelson, Miss Margaret Walters, W. F replaced by them and that the keys

.'W R. Barksdale' who has, been. I launsh and his treat was a very de- service on silver tray was the gift .of Lohrig, Louis Lang Harris McAteer, already out will be good as the same for senator. -
with Mrs. E. C for the wlV- The meeting was a very enthusiastic -
Jvessen H. S. Chambers Mrs. E. P. Pittmanand
I I lightful one. some girl friends of the bride. The lock, which was not even unlocked by
ter' ,left Wednesday for ten day's one.-Dunnellon Advocate.F. .
: a ushers presented a case of flat silver Mr R. R. Carroll. the thief, will be used and the box will

visit to relatives in' Ocala.-Lakeland I I Mr. A. T. Starkey, of New York one of the groomsmen a china closet. be opened In April as advertised. M. Long of Holder came up Sat
Sua... I Sold to the Duttons.
City, who for the past several years The '
and the other a beautiful vase. urday ,to attend. e meeting the Masonic -
I[' has been In Ocala with the H.B.* Mas- For the Scrap Book. *
J. B. Francis a prominent citizen I best man's" gift was a handsome dining Messrs. Dutton & Company, of .Lodger Mr. Long has just secured -
ters firm left last week ,for his home. '
of Birmingham. Ala., and who is table. Gainesville, have again made. a big It isan excellent plan to use delicately the commissary ,business of the

spending some time ,at Citra with Mr. Starkey has been in feeble healthfor After the reception Mr. and Mrs. phosphate purchase In this county, scented soap and sachet Dutton Phosphate Co., who. recently
some months and his friends here Precht left for their wedding trip, the :
Mrs. ;Emma White, and .other. relatives this time buying the phosphate pro- bags. One can purchase soaps of almost purchased tthe Interests of, the Pear-
was a visitor to Ocala Saturday. 1 hope I that the+ change of climate will bride wearing' for the journey a tailor perties of the firm of Messrs. Pearson any, perfume, and two or three sonSexton Co.. around Hernando and
be of benefit to him. Mr, G. W, Gow
of dark blue broadcloth, handsomely -
1 suit & Sexton. The property consists of of these in a drawer of lingeries will Holder and opene4 UP a new commissary -

,i'. Hon. Henry W. Long, of :Martel. accompanied accompanied Mr. Starkey, but will return trimmed with black braid. Her two operating plants and a large acreage be much more lasting than sachet Monday. Dunnellon Advocate. I

by his granddaughter. Miss to Ocala In a short while. hat was of silk straw in the same of phosphate deposits. powder. -, -- --_.- -

Belle Bates,< spent the day in town Mr. R. A. Green, the prominent shade with ,,'hiteings at one side: Messrs. Pearson & Sexton, while not If housewives would remember to:

Saturday. ; vegetable and fruit buyer, Is In Ocala They will go as far north as Detroit. giving out the price paid them for this put a towel, folded several times in KimballOrgans
and will visit Niagara Falls and New
Lieutenant John M. Graham and for a few days now.' Mr. Green has Savannar for property are quite well satisfied and the bottom of' the dishpan, there

Just returned from Anthony, where he York, passing through they will in all probability purchasemore i would be less broken thin glasses.A .
Lieutenant J,. H. Bell went down to few days' on their return trip. They
Brooksville has been looking after the vegetablecrop a phosphate lands and reengage in vanilla bean kept in a box of sugar -
Saturday afternoon to be will reside in Ocala, where Mr. Precht
mining. will Impart a delicate flavor to I
and he brings encouraging reports -
present at a court martial of severalof Is engaged In business.
from that section. The recent the sugar. Direct from Factory
the -
members of the Brooksvillecompany. The bride Is an attractive and Engagement Announced.'
cold snap did very little daniage An olive placed in each bouillon cup -- at .
charming young girl, a daughter of i WHOLESALE
there. Mr. and Mrs. B. Be'lerstein! of before pouring, In the bouillon gives
and '
Mr. and Mrs. Claus H. Monsees, PRICES
Mr. Josef Schilmann, of Hamburg the liquid an added and pleasing flavor. -
School to Close. her departure from Savannah will be Hartford, Conn., announce the en- S On monthly payments -
Germany, who has been in Ocala for Dancing ,
dancing' school which has been regretted by a wide circle of friends. gagement of their'daughter, Evelyn 4
The ,
the past seven or eight weeks looking Empty pastboard cracker boxes and .50 Monthly Gf
after his phosphate and other inter- so 'ably conducted all during the win- -Savannah Morning News. to Mr. H. Joseph Wise of Thomas the clean white wooden boxes that $2 quarterly pp wards.

ests In America, starts :Monday for ter months by Miss Sue Anderson, will Mrs. Helvenston Hostess of the Card ville He Is a popular young travel- chocolate comes in, which are lined
close the last of this month. However You can now buy the famous Kimball -
his foreign' home. Club. Ing man. A Thomasville boy born I with parraffine paper are excellent to Organs or the reliable Great

after: Easter Miss Anderson will givea 4 and bred, his affable manner and business bake sponge' cake In. They will not Western Organs direct from the makers '

:Mr. and Mrs....Edward L. Mclntosh big dance for her pupils and thegrownup Mrs. Edward T. Helvenston was ability have won him success. burn and the paper prevents the stick- I at wholesale factory: prices. We
: will send them to reliable .
: accompanied by Mr. McIntosh's nurse, dancing set, which will be the hostess of the young ladies card He is at present in Hartford, Ing. where In the United States people to be any paid

,- have gone to Sarasota to spend several very pleasantly anticipated. Miss An- club at their meeting last week and where the engagement announce- for on extremely easy payment plan:" ,

weeks for the benefit of Mr. Mc derson has had a splendid class all the afternoon spent. with her was a ment was appropriately observed after Miss Valeta Potter entertained 'the $2.50 Operating monthly the and largest upwards.musical. ... u Instrument .-

'\I In sh.s'health.. winter and her soirees and the Sat- particularly enjoyable one. The ,fol the Jewish custom. The weddingwill youngladies card club yesterday afternoon factory in the world, employing -

urday afternoon dances have afforded lowing-members of the club were pres- take place during the coming very charmingly. Assisting the largest capital buying raw
-. .For the several weeks It has material In the largest quantities for
; the young people' great deal of en- ent: Mrs. W. T. Gary, Mrs. W. H. summer months, and the young people her was her mother; Mrs. B. J. Pot- cash-the Kimball System of manu

"- ,been noticed that many children have joyment this winter. Powers, Mrs. Mallory LJddon, :Mrs. E. will make their home in this city, ter, and her' sister, Mrs. Mallory Lid- facturing and distributing free
:: teen going out to the cemetery and through our 200 supply stations pos-
;i; C. Welsh Misses Sue Barco, Valeta Thomasville, (Ga.,) Times-Enterprise. don. In the hall punch was served tively saves purchasers J20 to J5Q or
:tramping over the lots and even ridIng Senator D[ H. Baker, of Orange .
Potter, Annie Davis Sara Harris, Mr. Wise formerly travelled In and this cold beverage was most re- first class organs.
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:} bicycles and otherwise Sumter county was a visItor i If .
: over graves Heights you haven't any organ you wani
freshing. There four tables of
Sarah McCreery and Hattie Dye. Mrs. Florida and is well known in' Ocala.
:4 defacing them. The members of to Ocala Saturday. This distinguished one and you want an good one; a
Helvenston also had as her guests:Mrs. whist the guests present besides the mere prety ase 'With no music In it
icm e. cemetery- association respectfully gentleman represented the N. M. Allred, Mrs. S. P. Eagleton, Mr. and Mrs. J. E .Wiltse and their club members being Misses Gertrude won't do. Secure at once the old
""' :r Misses Edith Piatt, Beatrice Sinclair, daughter, Miss Grace Wiltse, who Rheinauer Grace HatchelL Caro very convenient terms.
;; .careful_ in the ,future as,, a great deal legislature for four years and made a Grace Hatchell and Mattie Williams.The have been several weeks with relatives Liddon :Margaret and Mamie Taylor. Send today for our money saving

i :\S-H *_, ,pain In bringing incmfwyuptaoln most excellent record. The democrat prize for points was won by at Fellowship! and with, rela- Mrs. E. T. Helvenston won the most plan Under and free circumstances catalogue.
no can 'yoU af
: :' \,?,,_-OC pains Is being taken to ,keep theM voters of Sumter county are anxious Mrs. Eagleton and Miss Harris and tives here.Mr.and Mrs.Thomas Sexton, games and was given a lovely little ford to buy or consider any other organ ,. -'

__cemetery_ grounds In excellent rondlI : for him to become a condidate for reelection Miss Sinclair tied for the prize for in this city left Monday for the east vase while to Miss Hatchell, for makIng until you have our mon 1Ia\1ng",. '
: 'tion.eji's I the alternating system proposition. --
providing '
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games. It was a beautiful silk scarf coast resorts to spend a month before the most points was given a beautiful The most Inexperienced buyers can ,
between the two counties shall '
est trader,x>r as thoukb.you'w.ro here
returning, home little china tea cup and saucer.
;l and on the cut was won by Miss Sin-
continue valid. S. In .PeJ'SQJ1.rou have our assurance teach
: -L ) n-e fltSJ sn tn IUIrI. "'''' clair. Delicious nut cream and cake was Organ win be selected by an'
. Mr. E. M. Howard went to Auburn- ex
,y,:' I IItfl 15 Invaluable' for, Rheumatism enjoyed after the 'games. Mrs. W. 'H. pert'n ': : '
t dale' Tuesday to see to the shipping A fine,,stool ,and music book ,
Sale of Cake. Powers .
fJ have been Bettering; for-the., past will entertain' the club next with each .,. ... :
$** ':,. *, *.D&lI -wIt.a ,, severe stack of of a car load of oranges which he week. Writ. organ.
poQ $.s'j.-4a qai $ 'L.c ,"rteumatlsm: and Tound. that ,Baltar: '1flnow _On Saturday there will be ,a sale has already- sold for spot cash. He"alsohas : fl : t! ,... ataIoIz, !.. ;
!*Liniments was the-.only. thing : 'i
i '.. .illfiateTmy "pain 'March 34.' 02. "store' -"" proceeds A" for the-beneflt ,' of which he expects,to dispose of before Beach: ; is now open for the cummereuoa. WJJ;$ {1 :Co
.an-C.'Dnman.r : Kln maar''HL$ 25c .
Grace ch u h. : he returns- home. > ':c '.
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c: THE 'OCALA BANNER :. AND COCKJNG.. +" ,..; wine to washjlt down!-!!. Win COMMISSION. Te Jamestown exposition j ta'bg

-' ; We. purchased .a book tW' week en- .Liouisville' Courier Journal.R. Editor OcalaTBnnertI the support of the best
Editor. Let us talk a lick or two about wit- ...... To the J
: FRANK: HARRIS,. titled: "Senator Benjamin H. Hill; -- that and the Hon. R. throughout the .;.;;.
ties. Miss Annie McLaughlin'a cook, Hudson Burr, Railroad Commis notice pers country

P. V.. Leavtngood.' Business.. Manager. His, Life Speeches and Writings." sioner. Burr of platt fY\t.U.t fame Because the management pro : .
I Mary Proctor; Is not a. postgraduatefrom ,
Many of the speeches the volume
regarding -
argument .
-- about to get.Into an Bake the celebration a great
the schools of Savarin and VateL was
contains are familiar to us because we Hon. R. Hudson Burr- railroad com
of the Florida railroad kollday-an exposition along ,
remember quite distinctly the hnpreselon .- She Is distinctly Kentucky stock graft the
believes In trying to from
missioner In MIami different lines those ::
they created at the time of their ed on good Virginia antecedents. One commission; since being p
on to a good thing. and has declared It The Washington D. C, Po t
delivery touch.of. Bluegrass, however It does I have had a good deal of experIence :

In of this his .candidacy for reelection.He and do not the following-editorially: .)if
glancing over the pages not make the whole world kin-will with the railroads .
"Truly If we are not aware
book we find where :Alexander H. Stephens serve to introduce one good cook, to will attempt: to grind another hesitate to say that the railroad commission Jamestown

now everywhere regarded of another. commending each .to each. grist in the. same old mill but the is held In contempt and If the proposed expoatt101l:1t:
1807 differs radically In
gentle and saintly character challenged John Chamberlin's Emeline 'was a wheel railroads do not wish to give a square every nat'aable
water that turned the political respect from the variouseta .
Mr. Hill to a duel This was wonder of the culinary art -for harIng I action of the commission will Ag
has flowed out and the stream is dry. deal no which have preceded it '
not alL He. called him an "unscrupulous sat at the feet of Dan Simmons them. nor is the commission. ye sj i\

liar," a "bombastic braggart," a and worshipped at the shrine of Jim When Burr was elected railroad deter considered in the matter neither In i hesitate to speak In its behalf, .;

Motto: The Banner, believing thoseat I "poltroon" and a "coward." Churchill, having got the hang alikeof commissioner he was ,to be. the nettle -my humble opinion is the commission I we recognize tip vast importaaea t:
It is intended
of Mr. Hill also used quite similar lan canvas-back and diamond.back in decisive'tests of strengthwith the episode to cellbrt
the top well, able to take cars that was to prick the railways so hunting any ,
I and well as we realize the
: thmselveshas taken its stand in the guage towards Mr. Stephens. Maryland waters, "on de Eas'n Sho'." painfully that the public burden the railroads.To mOIIlel1t
of which
barricades with the common: people Mr. Henry Clay. who also comes she went to Paris and brought back Illustrate: Classification, No. 2 consequences that .e f.ao&j

and its fight will bo,made for the bet. down to us as one of suave manners, with her all the kinks out of Durand's would be lightened of excessive rates. of the' Florida railroad commissionsays was the pioneer and vafg ,:,

As the real thing in commission reform should be still unable to say a ewS"scientlous
terment of those at the, bottom. sent and accepted challenges and and Voisin's.1 Mr. Arthur offered her on' page 13:

,. fought duels. five thousand a year to take the chef- he was to 1iave the railroads "When,articles are classified In both word in the line of p.$
-' -
; FRIDAY----, MARCH 23, 1906. Of course we all know that the Impetuous ship of the White House and she declined cutting the buck in their haste to the Florida railroad commission clas- motion if we were not sure that iil-

:-- Andrew Jackson fought duels, saying simply: 'Mr. President adjust rates for the common people. sification and In the southern classification I Jamestown exposition will be'r

The ,Bermuda onion crop is short. had personal rencounters and used whenever you want me especially to According to the program outlinedin the classes prescribed by the novelty In every sense of the word. .

language not in the decalogue. superintend the preparation of a din- the slabs of metal furnished the Florida railroad commission will be To state the case breifly -we i

_L; To whom thy secret thou dost tell If It were possible to leave out of ner for your friends I will come and state press by the thoughtful Guy applied south of Florida base points. say-as is the simple truth-that,tkul

To him thy freedom thou dost selL the record of the lives of these great do that for nothing-just for the love Metcalf, who labored so long and tire- Could anything be plainer? is the first celebration of any conseS

'-;.Poor Richard. Americans their angry debates of it-but no money could tempt ,me lessly to make a smoothe piece of political The railroads say this won't do. quence to be held upon the 8eashoH

-: their exhibitions of vituperation. how to undertake your official kitchen all furniture out of the raw material "Here's what it means:" The Florida The location, therefore is ]Idea i
In the death of ex-Governor Hogg t.
_ i much nobler and grander they would the year round." In Jhe person of Burr the peo- commission classification will There is no' heated overcrowded ei

:: of Texas. the South'loses. one of her appear in the eyes of posterity.It Tom Ochiltree used to say that he ple were at last to have their Inningsand railroad shipments originating in In the neIghborhood. where the, '

'foremost,men_and greatest orators. Is now conceded among all civilized never went to his table at Chamber- the railrodas were to be compelledto apply and destined on to points wholly within rons will be .beaded in rapacious 'r

and enlightened peoples Mr. dividends with the real vansaries, fed on "refrigerated-f
'all the as lin's that his meal was not saddenedby share their Florida..
The apple growers over the state
country are making a very vigorous Hill said that duelling is no evidenceof the thought that some day Eme- earners. And that versfon goes, and under compelled to' travel long distances""

I 4 protest against the proposed elder tax. courage, no vindication of truth no line might die..:. ,This looked good to the .dear people.At that version the Florida railroad commIssIon swarming and uncomfortablecars ttif**

test of the character of the true gen- Well Mary Proctor is not Emeline. last one of their very own was to classification does not applyto and charged e:extortionately 1

: The higher the price paid for: labor i tleman, and no.man now in public life But she'll do ,for plain, poor people take the corporations by the throat 5 per cent of the freight hauled in mamxmum of discomfort. The J'am

- the longer grows the criminal docket would think of sending or acceptinga who can put up with venison and wild and prevent the hold-up so long, alleged the state of Florida. Then how much town exposition is to be situated fit

and the longer the terms of punish- challenge and to call man a. "pol- turkey and quail and pompano and to be practiced. Like a hungry good Is it? v out in the midst of a salt, water

-.1: menL troon" and a "coward" would offend such like humble fare, with cream fish the majority swallowed the bait To Illustrate: On page 31 of the breezy environment Hampton Boa v;

the proprieties of good taste.. gravy now and then to take the cruel- without tasting It, and the "people's Florida railroad commission classification Chesapeake Bay, the Atalntle ta41

i. The California orange crop was A, free and fearless press is largely ty off the flapjacks, and flowers 'and champion" was hurled into office 'with mattresses made of straw cot- will hem It on every side. If auwl

badly hurt, by the severe cold weather responsible for this better state of oysters and love and stalled ox on the velocity of a rifle bullet ton fibre, etc. take third class rate In were, nothing else, the visitors WOulll

that struck that state, on the first of things. the sId* No fried frog and fricassee, This was the. beginning and since the southern freight classification at least have a seaside outing at ou

March. Cold 'facts, spread out in cold type, in Mary Proctor's. Nor cold-storage that time Mr. Burr has played a light (adopted by the railroads.) they take of the most desirable points on. thy'

are the requirements of our times.If either nor adulteration, nor frozen thinking part in performing his one- We shipped 1 car of Atlantic coast. Thousands trei
: If the esteemed Tampa Times will 2nd class rate.
we are not growing wiser we fish, 'nor tainted birds. Don't tell me third of the duties of the railroad Jacksonville Florida themeselves to that recreation evKjJ
drop the scare heads, on every other mattresses from
are at last growing more philosophical that small game is best, over night commission. The eloquent tones of Ga., at summer with no extra induced
from Augusta
column of its front page it will observe and two cars
and largely more tolerantThe Nothing of the sort. That idea was in the leaden thought waves that resounded time. The Jacksonville car so every additional attraction 'will .
i a vast improvement. same .
: great controversies and bat- the beginning a figment of French artifice throughout the land during came at 80 cents, Jacksonville to MIami that much to the good. They w

ji '. ;Wlth her ,millions of population New tles of the future will be fought in and cunning. In a great city the campaign period have become 3rd class ,rate per, 100 Ibs., and the have ocean prospects and envlro.

: York Is less proud of her representa- the newspapers and magazines and a like Paris fresh game was out of the stilled while the lips of Mr. Burr's two cars from Augusta, Ga., was ments-bathing, sea food, fish1ii.><

_ greater enlightenment and a more enlarged question, and so the wily caterer goddess of reform have uttered but
eon la the United States Senate ,than charged at 97 cents, Jacksonville to yachting, sailing ,etc.-and bes _.

any other state in the American un View of things will follow .trumped up the conceit that ,the older one shreik of joy since she was Miami per 100 Ibs.. the second class the most splendid naval and mlliW7_

,- ion.- Made all the Dolls Talk. a bird is the 1>etter. When. it was placed on her pedestal by the votes of rate a difference of 17 cents per 100 pagentry In the world. etaoincmrrjj.

too far gone he could still dose it with the people. That was when the At- lbs., charged because the shipment did pagentry ever witnessed In the wor1

The New York Fruit and Produce and olives and disguise the lantic Coast Line and the Seaboard
truffles ,
: The wife of a New Yorker, who occasionally not originate in and was destined to Even if it stops short there the p

New says that the agricultural department -_ amuses evening parties with smelL Hence the Indian aphorism Air Line were "ordered" to reduce,pas- a point wholly within the state. rons. of the celebration will have

at Washington is producIng "Frenchman love meat." To this fare to three cents'' mile. -
game senger more than they could get elsewboy
the attention
samples of the ventriloquist's art In a The matter was brought to. -
lettuce as big cabbages, but this good day the trick has worked to a The legislature could have done this on the same terms-more than th
non-professional way is telling an of the commission and their
does not mean as big as Florida cab- turn. :Many habitues of some of the without cost to the people, but pass- got before from excursion::
amusing story of the holiday season" reply was that "The Interstate commerce ever any .I

f bages. just passed. ancient Parisian cafes think the or- Ing that truism, let Mr. Burr hug to commission would not allow seashore. ::;

tolon prime only when it is about to his bosom .thlrd of the
on glory resulting -
That will be other-
A flatterer never seems absurd. She and (her husband the tale goes,, them lo.enforce their rate on ship- there many

in fall to pieces,. just as they fancy that from such heroic act without the state." tractions we are promised by
4 The flattered always take his word. were the doll department of a large ments originating tSj|
to make milk is blue and butter. ,firm and It wpuld be cruel to say the least instances other management and have faith' that.tI!{"
-' So wrote good old Ben Franklin and store selecting a wax beauty I I could give you on

be knew the "weakness of the world. glad the eyes. of a. small maiden at .white, like lard. -,.. to strip him of his one garment of reform commodities but time Is too short: pledge will be abundantly redeem4

.The greater the man the greater he home on Christmas morning. There was in Twenty.eIghth'street, short as it may be, and compel The point is this, the commission admits All the. great nations have aceepteC
and there still is in Thirtysixthstreet :
him to exhibit his nude political figure
likes flattery. Mother was busily Investigating the : that their rate book is no good, President Roosevelt's Invitation to pa
just out of Broadway a little while In
respective attractions and prices of the performing campaign stunts except on shipments between Florida tlcipatte. It is. therefore. safe ..

: Mrs. Frank A. Walpolo received this different puppetts. when suddenly the restaurant kept by a Frenchman the efforts to secure re-election. points which I say does not consti- count upon a naval and military '

__ week from the Florida State MIdwinter most astonishing thing happened. All whose friends delight to call him Mon- It is not likely either, that the public tute 5 per cent of the railroad busI- play of surpassing splendor and isj

sieur Henri. It is named Petit Vefour, .will to listen to
Burr's explan-
Fair Association a beautiful en- the dolls on a huge counter began to care ness of the state therefore why should portance. It will constitute, 1fld5 .
in honor of a famous resort of of make his
gour- ation his failure to good
- ; graved diploma for having' taken the talk. The voices 'were shrill, but quite 95 per cent of the shippers of the I a spectacle the like 'of which has
inets-alas, no more now-In the Pa- <
of Jeff Browne's
_____J, first prize and blue ribbon for the best distinct and proceeded from every section promises by reason state pay salaries and expenses ,to a been witinessed in this or any ot ._
late Royal at Paris. Delraonico Mar- conservatism. The that
: fruit cake at the state fair. The diploma of the, table. saying any ''commission that is of benefit to only land. No doubt the management WIn
tin, Sherry and Oscar Tschirky haveto old is better than will "
? is Indeed a beauty and Mrs. As it always\ is, the doll table was excuse none 5 per cent of the shippers? due time and with appropriate e(
-i .
pale' their ineffectual fires by the in this and the attempt
hardly ,
..Walpole is Justly proud of It-Manatee surrounded by little girls, with an occasional sen'e. case Ex-Governor Jennings once said In quence unfold to the country the. en
side of Henri when it comes to roast to make 'votes at the
Rec rd.I&. young brother small enoughto expenseof the House of Representatives that he tire scheme of the enterprise the4
chicken. Why Because Henri goes Mr. Browne's official conduct will
appreciate the intrinsic merit. of: would give $5; for every I 5 cents, that have in view. For the present, wJ
over to Jersey. and buy his chickens be about suecessful
t3 the.. display and to this audience the I as as picking ,a the railroad commission saved the think 'well enough to point out ceri
I in the coop. 100 to 1 shot at
I dolls addressed themselves.It the Sheepshead Bay shippers of the state of Florida, and tain features which of themselves conifer
:I nothing about his service, his
say track.
i1 was: I! "Little girl do buy me! I race he had the money in his hand for I a special attraction and indue
variety, or his vintage; but I do say Besides Brown will have sufficient .
_ can open and shut my eyes." was there and saw 1t, I venture. to ment.
that the only place of public enter-
of his own shortcomings for which to
Or, "Is nobody going to take me say that If the expense of the Florida7railroad
: tainment to get a perfect roast chicken without -
.:=. home I have the loveliest golden answer playing jinricksha commission, since it was originated Was it "Our Bobr
In all New York is Petit Vefour. It man to Burr's political cart.-Edward
hair. was added up. and the difference -
you like you can fetch your own Fitzgerald in the Jacksonville Sun.
Or Tm ,just as big as a real live between that and what they Under the title, "Leaves From U
wines. You must order too in ad-
baby" and other speeches of the same had saved the shippers taken the balance Old Scrap Book" a,writer In' the
vance If. you expect your dinner on Editor L'Engle's Street Fight
character.! that they have cost the state if Sunny South, known as the "G or .
time! You will fond nothing recher- --
Naturally the children went crazy. This paper has refrained from publishing given to Ex-Governor Jennings for his gin Colonel," is printing some yen t.
che. In the old days Madame was the
One six-year-old urged on by the doll > wise prophecy would make him the pretty reminiscences of the Civil war
chef. Monsler looked after the trim an account of the altercation .
precipitated herself upon the treasure richest1 man in the state, Why continue period and the reconstruction days.
I mings. A single garcon waited at table between Mr. Claude L'Engle, editor
and was about to remove it by main this humbug? In the issue of the Sunny South o
-one. two, or three tables. But of the Jacksonville Sun, and Mr. A. I
force. Others shrieked in ecstacies of -C. M. B., jr. March 17, the following Item wU
there are men living and known to D. Covington, president of the turpentine -
V mingled joy and terror that the dolls printed which will interest Marion;
I1v' fame who recall with tears In their association, until hearing Mr. Florida Pork. '
1 w; were all "turnlng alive." county people;
eyes that little old holeinthewalland L'Engles' story of the combat, but as .
The saleswoman, who had almost A Tampa Affair.-The following ap
_ the simple but perfect repasts his paper is silent on the subject 'we The acorn mast was good In places
begun to believe in fairies herself by i peared in the Tampa Floridian and
they had there-and who declare witha take It for granted that the dispatchsent In the country this season, and as a
that time flew in I
search of the floor Journal:
kind of exultant pride their familiar out from Jacksonville: to the Tam. result sweet fine pork that could
walker. ,A dense crowd gathered. everybody "We have received a letter from Lt:
j personal acquaintance with Monsieui pa Times is a true version of the affair not J3e surpassed the world over
gesticulating and questioning, may Robert D. Harrisan, of the Ocklawabl
__ Henri. "Sir" said a member of the so we append it hereto: be had in the market.
and in the midst of it :Mrs. Ventriloquist Rangers, stating that on the 27 ultimo -
Gourmet: Club to me not long ago, "I A difficulty occurred on the streets Speaking of mast, many people
look her laughing partner away. one of the Yankee blockading vessel -
04 I have dipped gravy out of the same here between Claude L'Engle editor may not be aware of the importance
-New Tork Press. sent a yawl-boat carrying '
- dish with Ward McAllister In the of the Jacksonville Sun and A. D. which this product of the forest is
men ashore for the pur .
near Tampa
After Broward.He Petit Vefour, and, whatever else he Covington, which resulted in L'Engle to the average ruralIst. The razor- J

I above picture of the -, was, you know that Ward was alwayson receiving injuries which will lay him back-the thriftiest and' most valuable pose of stealing negroes. The writer

lURE I and fish is the trade- that ruleth' his own temper is to his dinner and both mindful and up for a week.Covington hog alive, where he has a forest to with eighteen men, sprang from the<

: of frVott's Emulsion, greater than he that draineth the everglades enlightened about his wittles!" is president of the Tur- roam in-canflavor himself with, ambush and demanded 'the surrend:.
of the officer
Invading federal *
and is the synonym for which Is a little adaptation Alas, poor dear old Ward McAllis pentine Operators Assqclatlon of acorns or palmetto berries so that a crew. The

strength and purity. It is sold of our own of a well-known scrip- ter! I knew him well Horatio. 'He Florida. piece of his flesh outranks any meat handkerchief In command held up a whit to

in almost all the civilized coun- tural verse-. suggested. by Governorflrowar's was a man of vast wisdom touching L'Engle.made. the attack and struck of his kind fattened on the creamof respect the and asked our men ,

tries of the glob loss of temper when he social functions and infinite variety in the first blow.Covington the field. And here in lies a little tenant flag. The young \Ieu .<

jumped ,bn the press in his Jacksonville -' his waist-coats and neckties. Ill be a powerful man physically gold mine to the favored producer of answered:
If the cod
. fish became extinct "Honor the devil to--
when came
sp ech. The newspapers were bound his spirit hovered over George severely punished L'Engle. woods swine. Last season Mr. Yulee you ;
i' it would be world-wide calamity steal '.
a our ,
here as one of the fixed institutionsof Boldt, when the Wizard of Waldorf- In .falling L'Engle's head struck the Mlckler who lives at the head of negroes! and again "

____ 4 because the oil that comes Florida long before the Governorwas of automobile a surrender.
Astoria issued that order about the steps an cutting a severe North River marketed some 300 headof

t from its' liver surpasses all other and they will be here better and Palm Garden.' And they'll have tr gash.Nothing. these mast fattened porkers, and "Instead of complying th Yankef

-1!; fata in nourishing and life-giving stronger than ever when Governor come to it too! They may jump and but fists were used and his bank account which was Increased officer ordered his men back in th

icr; properties. Thirty years ago Broward and' all memory of his public they may prance in the newspapers; L'Engle will be up in ,about a week. upwards of $1,000 thereby. ,was' boat whereupon Lieutenant Harris

the proprietors of Scott's Emul- career have perished from the they may argue that willy-nilly the The row occurred overthe attackof clear profit. These hogs now sell for and his men fired upon them, k1l11nl

: .' sion found a way of preparing earth. ,Governors may come and Governors carevanserial must serve its patrons, L' ngle' on the turpentine opera- seven cents a pound in market-St. several. The fire was returned ftfl

D cod liver oil so that everyone can may go but the press goes on dress-suit or no dress-suit; rival tors. Augustine Meteor.As shells were thrown from the enemY'svessel ,

take it and get the full value of forever... It is indestructible. and not houses may seek to'make capital; but L'Engle 'was badly bruised about but none of our men were 1IO11

_ the without the objectionable even Governor Broward's "utter con- all the same, next Horse Show Week the face and was rendered uncon- to Cucumbers.A Further volleys from our men rOUgtdown

tempt" can 'wither it nor stale its Infinite will see in each of the swell hotels a scious. -, all but two of the enemy, and i!
i: taste. Scott's Emulsion is the
variety." ,Put yourself in its place apart when the gentlemen will Covington knocked L'Engle down : Florida vegetable grower claimsto was believed that the yawl soon after.
:4 best in the world for weak
(' ,thing place, Governor. In his Everglades is- have to put on their low-necks and the first time and L'Engie said, Don't have evolved a seedless cucumber.Ocala upset with them."
c backward children thin delicate
? sue and be just and fair enough to short "
sleeves just like the ,ladles. In hit a man when he Is down. Coving- Banner. .
and all conditions of Uncle Sam is' setting the example oi;;
4: people, credit |t with motives .equally honest "Aft
society at least what is sauce for the ton said. right old man and helped Seedless (!
: cucumbers the dickens.Let paying old debts. He old debt |
t paid an
lost with.
;. 1 wasting strength. your own. Newspaper space for goose must be sauce for the gander., L'Engle to his feet when L'Engle .that "evolver" "go
away back and to New York state the due
other day
: Send tot 1w'.aapI. advertising purposes is for sale just"as Uniformity mee boy! struck Covington a violent blow.in the, sit down." Cucumber seeds |"
are good ever since the : Tfa*
-var of 1812.
c' .<,, I' a merchant's. goods. are. but the The moral of this is-respect face. It
your eatln. la colicless ?
SCOTT &: BOWNE CHEMISTS a cucumber. that amount that'tbe
was for
,. convictions $118,000.84. Now
of an honest editor are .
''' : no dinner! He who belittles food discredits Covington at went to '
-,,, ::4 :. :: I once fightingand we are yearning for. Let that Tlor-
i: _, ; M u iliL nmarr., uw, roar more to be bought than are the cdn- "old gentleman is in this humorwe
himself. Your lean L'Engie
I and hungry knocked ,
down the
second Ida
-. ; 1-: lie. w. I Ic cttona of I vegetable grower".evolve this and hope he ..win soon pay our solitherB j
ud$1J&Aildrgg an honest
_ _* ; L ... Gove-rnor-Llve i Cassius was ever a ,conspirator, time, severely punishing him before he then '
'- .f. -:::0; < i Oak' Democrat < >- S. can set himself down as a Pi ub-. cotton claimants;? *They have been,
; : c .:' f :; ., I IN r be a Falstaff either! Something aid could. c me.' 1 He benefactor.-Jasper News.-, ', .'long' time rwaiUag '

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: 1871 the steamship Swallow left j "Good Fellow" resounded on every
.. .. the Cape of Good Hope bound for En- side. But Nero Ignored the praises Every Customer Based on Business and

\ :. gland. Among the passengers was, a showered so profusely on. him. He
.>. .' child of two years and a nurse. The trotted sedately'' up uto the child'sI Responsibility. -

,.,. ,"O''oods- .,. lady had also brought with her a huge, I I mother, and with a wag of his ,dripping -

.1<. handsome Newfoundland dog called tall looked up into her face with
..... MUNROE &
.') Nero. his big, faithful brown eyes, as If he CHAMBLISS

: 3 The voyage had lasted about six said. "It is all' right; I have brought BANKERS.

days. No land was to be seen and the her back safe.

: i: Have Arrived, and it is the Largest island of St Helena was the nearest The mother "dropped on her kneeson Ocala, Fla., Jan. 27, 1906. '

point. The day was a beautiful one, the deck, and taking the'shaggy r -

Line we have ever carried. Orders with the breeze blowing and the sun head in both hands kissed his wet ---,- .

shining down brightly on the spark- I face again and again, the tears pour- A Shamrock Party.

ling waters. A large and gay company ing down her face in streams. Indeed -
filled promptly and satisfaction r
of passengers were assembled on there was not, a dry eye on In honor of Ireland's patron Saint iLii"GWe

deck:; merry groups had clustered together board. One old sailor stood near with
Mr. and Mrs., William H. Clark, delightfully -
guaranteed ; now and then a laugh rang the tears running down his weather-

out or some one sang a little snatchof beaten brown face, unconscious that entertained the members of ,
the "home department" of the Meth- ,
song, when suddenly the mirth of he was weeping.
odist School at their home 1
Well for the rest of Sunday
all was silenced by a loud and pierc- Nero was

ing ,scream.A the,voyage the pet and the hero of the Friday night The large hall of their Have Now in Stock

nurse who had been holding a ship and he bore his honors with quiet home had been converted Into a per-
bower and dogwood Line of
evergreens Complete
child in her arms at the side of the dignity. It was curious however, to

vessel had how from that time he made blossoms and the lower hall stair was
lost her hold of the leap- see on
RINGS that Can Be' Found
used The
ing, restless little one; and It had fallen himself the sentinel and bodyguard of as a platform. following

-I overboard into the sea. The poor the child. He always placed himselfat program was beautifully rendered and Anywhere.

The Ocala Banner and the St. Augustine woman in her despair, would have the side of the chair of any personIn greatly enjoyed: .

-- books will I I Record were the only real flung herself after her charge'had not whose arms she was, his eyes "What the Home Department is Do- Call and Severn .
State "and county tax ing"-M. M. Little.
dose l according to law; on March 31st. I good St. Patrick papers In Florida. The strong arms held her back. But watching every movement she made.

All properties not paid on at. that Record was printed with green ink sooner than can be written down Sometimes she would be laid! on the "St. Patrick's Mission" Eula
advertised for sale, which
date will be : Moore.
Till add extra cost. and the Ocala Banner on.green paper something rushed quickly past her; deck, with only Nero to watch her, andif

Coming_In to pay your taxes, please there was a leap ,over the vessel's inclined to creep out of bounds, Vocal solo, Til Take You Back, SEINE

'bring;your last tax receipt.The' Mrs. Clara, Alberty of Hutsonville. splash Into Kathleen"-Mrs. T. -Johnson..
tax collector's office will be side, a the water and Nero's teeth, fastened firmly In the

,closed after March 31st for about (3) Illinois, who has spent the greater then Nero's black head appeared above skirt of her ,frock, promptly drew her "Ireland, Its Past, Present and Fu .S'I -- ;'..;' ,

three weeks in order to make up the part of the winter In Ocala with 1re.-Rev. L. W. Moore. ,.,..
the waves holding the child' in his back. It, was as, though, he said, "I Y

i tax sale list EL 'L. CARNEY relatives and friends has returned to mouth. have been lucky enough Miss Baby Instrumental solo, "Come Back to a":

j.'j' Tax Collector. her home. .The many friends of Mrs. The engines were stopped as soon to save you once; but as I may not be Erin" Jessllou Martin. > ,Jf "

-.--- Alberty in this section hope that she as possible, but by that time the dog so lucky again, I shall take care you "Legion of the Kilkenny Cats"-Rae,. .

will return to Florida next winter. was far behind In the wake of the don't run any such risks in the fu- Ferguson. Fred
SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Vocal Solo, "Colleen"-G. W. Mar- 0. B. Weihe
vessel A boat was, quickly lowered, ture. ,
Lieutenants J. M. Graham and J. H. tin.
Local Editor. and the ship's surgeon taking his When the steamer reached her destination -
Bell returned home Sunday afternoon Reading "An Exile of Erln"Mrs.L. The Jeeeler,
place in it ordered the sailors to,pull Nero received a regular ova-
from- Brooksville, where they went to Dozier.
i for their lives. One could just make tion as Tie was leaving the vessel. L.
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. sit at a court martial Saturday night Instrumental music-Mrs. George L. I
out on the leaping, 'dancing waves the Some ,one cried, "Three cheers for
where several of the members of the Taylor.
dog's black head, holding something Nero!" and they were given with a
Brooksvllle company were on trial for Reading, "The Irish Woman's- Let- Boys of Woo:fcarft Organize.
scarlet in his mouth. The child had will. And a "Good-by, Nero," "Good- ,
Mr. Walter Ray, of. Martel was not being, present at the annual en- ter"-Miss Cora Griffin. --
4 on a little jacket of scarlet cloth, andIt bye, good, dog," responded on every
among the visitors to Ocala oh Mon. I campmentMr. Recitation "The Blarney" Florence M. Ruben Tuesday night organized a
gleamed like a spark of fire on the side. Every one crowded around to

i.r.. Dozier. camp of Boys of, Woodcraft an auxil-
Clifford L. Anderson who Is dark blue waves. give him a pat on the head as he

Cot Rutland, of Sumterville, wasWong now with the Buttgenback Phosphate The mother of the child stood on I trotted down the gang-plank. To all Recitation, "Widdy O'Shane's Rlnt" llary of the W. O. W, at Tonge's halL
-Mrs. R. E. Cole.
the pleasant visitors to Ocala Company,. at Holder spent Sunday in the deck her eyes straining anxiously these demonstrations he could only reply After the meeting was called to order -
Vocal solo-Mrs. Johnson..
Ocala with 'his wife and baby. Mrs. after the boat and the black spot with a wag of his tail and a
Sunday I Instrumental :\Iuslc-Mrs.: Mr. C. L. was called upon ,
Anderson expects to join her husbandat upon the waves still holding firmlyto twinkle of his faithful brown eyes. He ; Hampton.
Reading, "St. Patrick's in to make :t speech for the boys,
7 Mr Charles H. Lloyd, of Holder Holder In a short while and ,they the tiny scarlet point The boat kept 'very close to the nurse's side i Day ...

pent Sunday in Ocala, the guest of will make that place their home in seemed' fairly to creep, though it sped and watched anxiously his littlecharge's Ameriky, -M. M. Little. which he did in his usual Jovial and

'Mr and G. F. Dlttmer. the future. over the waves as it never sped before arrival, on dry land. I Solo, "I'm Always Light-hearted and easy style.

He was taken to the home of his I; Aisy"-T. M. Moore. The boys then proceeded to bus-'

Miss Bryan returned home Monday Mr. F. L.' Watson, after spending Sometimes a billow higher than oth- little mistress, where he, lived loved Recitation :with accompaniment ness and elected the following 'officers -

afternoon from Martel, where she several days In Ocala, returned to his ers hid for a moment dog and child: and honored until he died of old age> "Those Evening Bells"-Laurajene : Edwin Spencer; Jr..commander;

;- ". spent Sunday with relatives! turpentine. still near Citra 1Ionda9' But the boat came nearer and nearer, with his shaggy gray, head resting -on Dozier and Irma Blake. Otto Lohrig, clerk; Dan Chappleman, .

afternoon. Mrs. Watson who came near enough at last to allow, the sur- the knee of the child (now a woman) Piano andx violin duet, with'song by escort; Daniel WhItfield, watchman;
Walters returned home
Mr. Harry presentAfter
down from Jacksonville Friday after- geon to reach over and lift the child that,he had saved. His grave Is'in an all Lawton Bailey, sentry. Commander
t" from' Coleman
Monday morning
noon, accompanied Mr. Watson and out of the dog's mouth, then a sailor's English churchyard, in the burial- the program "blarney" Ice Spencer then appointed Harry Rubin
where he spent Sunday with his relatives .
.> the Wickers. will remain In Citra a week before stout arms pulled Nero into the boat plot of the, family to which he belonged cream and "shamrock" cake was serv- advisor. lieutenant t

I returning to Jacksonville.Miss and the men rowed swifty back to the and Is marked with a fair white ed by Mrs. Clark who was charmingly: A vote of thanks was tendered Mr.

Monday was a blustry, windy day ship. stone on which is engraved, "Sacred assisted by her daughters, :Mrs. How- Rubin for his Interest In the organI-
Maggie Lytle, who attends the ard Clark and little Miss Collie
''and notwithstanding the water wagon "Alive?" shouted every lip as the to the memory of Nero? zation.
Ocala high school, returned to Ocala The doilies used had. shamrock designs
was out, early and remained late it boat came within hail of the steamer, ,His portrait hangs over the chimneypiece The .boys are- all very enthusiastic

was Impossible to allay the dust 'It ,Monday afternoon' from Lake Weir,. and as the'answer came back."Alive!" of an English drawing- and on each was pinned an Irish over their new organization, and unless -
she spent the week- nd with her par- wit quotation and in particularthe
from appearance asre deceptive will
was. something/ fierce.' a "Thank God came every room beneath which sits a fair-
ents. Her teacher and her young Irish idea was very prettily car- have one of the largest in the
heart. haired ,girl, who often looks up at camps

Mr. Newton Plumraer, of Anthony friend, Miss Sarah McCreery and Then the boat came to the ship'sside. Nerd's portrait as she tells how he ried out. state In the near future. '

was In ,Ocala Monday, returning from Adele Bittinger, accompanied her on A hundred hands were stretched sprang into, the Atlantic Ocean. after Mrs. Clark was assisted by Mrs. M. The camp starts out with a charter

Red Level, ,near Crystal River where her visit. out to help the brave dog on board her and held her until help came. M. Little in planning this interesting: membership of twenty-seven, as follows

lie filled his appointment I affair and it was very much regrettedby :
regular W. Nelson areguests and "Good Nero, "Brave Dog, -Parish and Home.
Mr, and Mrs. C.
day. .._ all that she was prevented from Wilbur Smith. Otto Lohrig Earl
at the Arms House for a few ----
being present Lindsay H. Cole, Edwin Spencer, jr.
and Mrs. Carroll Entertain for Clarke 'M. J. Roess H. Workman
Rev. J.
Mr. Newcomb Barco was in Ocala weeks Mr. Nelson Is the southern ,
; Harry Rubin. Willie Mock jr., Holmes
en Monday and left on the noon train representative of the Ballard Snow Miss Davenport. flier, John and Will Taylor, HarveyR. Mrs. P. C. Davis Gives Church Tea .
Walters J. M. Miller Adolph O. Dame
and businessis -- T. Adams, Hampton Chambers,
; for the northern' of the state Liniment Company says I
part The 'young society people of Ocalaare Arthur L. Wade, Thomas Barnes ilL -
'j: la the' Interest of the 'firm for which In fine shape in his line all over Harry Palmer, Osco and Guy Zewad-I Monday afternoon Mrs. Paul C. Davis -
; again indebted to a popular young ski. Bennie Briggs, W H. Morris L. H.
k. Is Florida. .. the hostess at the .
,ej.": now travelling. was monthly social Jackson. Clarence Meffert, P. Lawton ,
-- married couple for an exceedingly
given by the members of the
The Best Couoh Syrup.S Miss Irma Blake's Party. Bailey (X Dan Whitfield. Daniel E.
t Mr. Allan Bridges has severed his Probate Judge, pleasant evening. Rev. and Mrs. I Presbyterian church.
I L. Appex ex Cappleman Roy Galloway Charles
,I. ;;: connection with the Marion Hardware Ottawacounty, Kan. writes: "This Charles Chauncey Carroll gave a dom- Mrs. Davis was assisted by Mrs. C. \ ,fi
that I have used Ballard's Thursday afternoon, March the fifteenth Woods, Geo. C. Woods John White-
, f = company and is now with Messrs. S. Is to say and thatI ino party on Thursday evening for C. Todd, Mrs. R. L., Anderson Mrs. W.
Horehound Syrup for years at the home of her parents, side, H. Bishop, George Spencer Alfred -
I )ff.f' A. Rawls and company. do not hesitate to recommend it as Mrs. C. V. :Miller's guest Miss Mary W. Condon, Mrs. R. G. Blake and Mrs. Hewitt .
best' cough syrup I have ever Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Miss Irma
the Blake
I ,>> "- Davenport of Chattanooga. Mrs. W. C Lindsay. The pretty rooms were
of this used." 25c. 50c. and $1.00. ...U drug- '
Mr. J. B. Pardee
;?/ formerly gists.A m Miller: Misses Alta Pearson, Mary Blake the popular young daughter of filled with fragrant flowers and a very Jacksonville is to take another census
: *', ity, but who is part owner of '
:& now Burford and Margaret Porter assisted the household, entertained a few 'of large number of ladies called during and hopes to make a better show*
: /;' toe Lake City steam laundry, spent report is current that Hon. GeorgeG.
; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll in various the afternoon. ing of population.! -Tampa Tribune. ::3
: -:' >' funday and Monday In Ocala. Matthews will become a candidatefor her friends In an exceedingly pleas-, 1CAPITAL
x. the former receiving and Miss In the from's
:, ways dining room prettily Imitating Hoke Smith's style of hold
".", the office of county judge, the office ant way. Her guests were the ladies
Pearson and Miss Burford markingthe decorated table, ice cream, cake, salted ing elections In Georgia Jacksonville
>:.; ,: Mr. Robert Kaiser, of the Hotel de now filled by Judge Joseph: H. who have been her school and Sunday
scores. Miss Porter served delightful nuts and candy was served by Miss ought to be able to have her population
: :raiser who is now engaged In business BelL Mr. Matthews is well known to school teachers for the past several
punch from a big block of ice Adele Bittinger and Miss Bessie Mac- any size she wants. Send for
.. :' at Hastings came down Sunday the people of Marion county, having years and several ot her other grown- I
In which was frozen pink carantions. Hoke and get his methods.
,-ttternoon to spend this week at home. been elected tothe office of representative up friends. Her guests were Mrs. C. Kay.During
This novel punch bowl was a beauti- the hours of the tea en- -- -
at a time when politics ran high C, Todd, Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Mrs. E.
MM. little daughter ful conceit and admired and the beverage joyable music was rendered by Miss Mr. J. Houston Adams of Atlanta,
t '. RIL Carroll and and when he had very strong opposi- L. Carney, Mrs. George Taylor; Miss
.', severalgreeks served therefrom was most re- Wells, of Ohio, Miss Sara Whitfleld, after spending a few days in Ocala
: who have been spending tion. He also under tnfe, Cleveland administration :May Turnley Miss Ettie Cam, Mrs.
freshing.The Mrs. R. G. Blake, Miss Lillian And- with his mother Mrs. D. G. Edwards
.., with relatives at St Petersburg represented this govern- Harry tapham. MrS., Came Long,
." ./:" kave returned home. Mr. Carroll rooms In which the games were erson and Mrs. W. H. Powers. A f sd and hI.a' brother Mr, R. T. Adams at
; distinction as con-
ment with great and Lauragene Dozier.
,' :' =,went down Sunday and returned with played were brightened by quanti- sized silver offerIng'was the result of the Ocala House returned home
.., sul at Para Brazil South America.Mr. Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Todd and Mrs.
". Ms ties of dogweed blossoms, pink carnations this pleasant afternoon. Tuesday,
: family.A Matthews has had some experi- Carney received the guests and the
and roses.
-- ence as a civil officer having been the time was pleasantly spent guessing -
," Safe Cough Medicine for Children. The refreshments served at half
justice of the peace for the Ocala district riddles etc. Mrs. Taylor and MissI
In medicine for child- r
buying cough after eleven o'clock consisted of a I II y
ren never be afraid to buy Chamber- Mr. Matthews has considerable, Turnley tied for the pretty prize and
salad course and a sweet course and I ,
There is no
Cough Remedy. literary ability and is the author of it was 'won by the latter. In the din-
danger from it and relief is always were most tempting.No $50,000.00_
; are to follow. It is especially valuable several books that has met with fav- I I ing, room Mrs. Anderson presided at
prizes were given but the big-
. i ,. -:- for colds croup and whooping orable comments by the press and the table and served the ice cream and
:.,,"__ cough. For sale by all druggists mI' gest scores were made by Miss Eloise President T. T. Munroe. .
c.<+ Miller and the host of this party.. The Viqe-Pr&sident Z. 1":. C' ambllss.
; ,More and more the winter visitors by the hostess and little Miss Dozier,
We understand that there is a very attractive honor guest. Miss Davenport Cashier J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL.
; are !looking up the attractions of the : who also presented .each guest withI
: movement on the part of his was presented a beautiful silver
; 'interior'section. and the .more it Is general a shamrock leaf souvenir of the af-
Tulius E. Biggs mounted comb souvenir of this .
friends-to have Hon. as a
.1 seen the more it is enjoyed. CoL Hen- { ternoon.Mr. .

L..'' T7 ",JVatterson the chevalier ,of the make the race for the legislature. Mr. pleasant affair. --

\ Press,, is setting the example, and Biggs was admitted to the bar'in this Mr. and Mrs. Carroll's guests were Bernard Seligmaij, who was on
J.r; : \. =; others; will follow as 'soon as It becomes city in 1898 and has been city attorneyfor the following: Misses Mary Davenport a visit to relatives in this city receIved NATIONAL_ BANK,

I>tt-' ... the fad. three consecutive terms and if he Gertrude Rheinauer, Caro Liddon a telegram Friday morning
:: .
J T makes as good a legislator and showsas Grace Hatchell Valeta Potter Sue summoning him to his home at Columbus OF OCALA,

I" :,:: Lost-Monday afternoon between much ability as he has shown In Barco Sara and Louise Harris, Allie Georgia,. and he left on the
'f.>,: :the Ocala Music company's store and this office his constituents will have Van Juhan, Eloise Miller, Sarah. Mc- afternoon train for that place.

-F ,: ::aha Anti-monopoly drug store two every reason congratulate them Creary, Hattie Dye,, Louise Moody DIRECTORS.R. .

-;; ,,,,)incs,,, One of the rings Ma four opals selves. Mr. Biggs Is studious, exemplary Margaret and Mamie Taylor, Florence Mr. L. W. Baldwin formerly"of the r '

\J f "- Y'"::1. .".ud three pearls and .the.other has two diligent and conscientious, and and Margaret ,Walters Annie Atkinson Belleview News-Letter now with the '" -..-,,. J. K. ChrIstian. S. Hall

rX... '_Pala, and two halt pearls., Finder If elected would devote to the office' and Mrs. .C, V. Miller; Messrs. Avery and Owen Co., wholesale com- Ge.. Mackay i T. Munroe

";' >_-r':v t l be; liberally rewarded by return- ,his entire attention and'In him Marion Ben Rheinauer, Robt Mathews John mission merchants of Tampa, is in the H., A. Ford'j' Z... C. Chambliss.

: ;:,;h+h'sime'.to ,this': rtHce or:: the .Ocala county would secure a: faithful'offi Pelot, Howard and Harry Walters, ] city, and. ,made this office' an. agreeable ,

'fh..! nsk"store.: *. 3t cial. s O. B.. Howse J. H. Bell, Dozier Lelt- *call .last night.. _- L.. ,. ..7'

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-.- ? r'tr'lt.9- '; r' ? $,(tiftrnit! !fr '! lntf1PI17fiar !!! !" ;I. -I.( REVIVAL, --.Yf OF; .'THE, ,OLD.- i[.earnest' .q and ieenz faithful of perfect wives hoc';and S1; uncrowned -.; i.- !' iiLi ,

: In recent-- years' an' effort. has been, Let t/have more of the old fashioned -- ,: .' ..:......--- -,- ._.._. -. .*_-_.. _,' -

E' _How the Birds Help l the Farmer. :=3 made by the leaders of society to 'establish girl, who was taught that no woman -,I I ,

[ was so wel -to-do that she
: the colorless and ,scentless -: I
--- should not be educated In the arts

I : I flower ot le names_ in -, ,.,.; -,
_s -, -. ,- .. : i' ::: unpronoup of the good housewife. Let ,us have

c -c-... ... ... ... ... .II .., II' .It .II'. .-It ,.. II' II' It, ,II It,-II. .II .. .... .'.. ... ... 1 leadership In the floral world.- By decree S more of the old t-fashioned girl, whose ;

iJ' U U U- -iU '- ... U U1U UU J U1UU of -the -"ioo" these unattractive beauty was adorned the most becauseIt
'" fAl-BAN'K

The department> of agriculture, realizing I the. robber ,fly, .the, worst enemy of flowers were to serve as substitutesfor' wags adorned the least; who knew C MMER 1

the "bleeding hearts" honey-
: the Importance of correct information the honey bee, and known to kill 104 more about healthy outdoor exercise :
suckle, the daisy the pansy, the sweet indoor household duties ,
-: on this subject, have examined bees..in'a day.. The king bird is alsoa other and practical j
violet and the various thingsof OCALA FLfl.
destroyer of the hairy and downy ; than she did of pink teas. ,
: the stomachs 25,000 .birds. of various ,- beauty and joy forever In the flowerbed i old fashioned Bank of :-
wood-peck, chafers, clover_ weevils, s Let us have more of the Branch of Commercial Jacksonville.LANDS. .
kinds with the following results. -flowers whose names even a
,; etc. He perfers wild cherries, elder- men who believed in the brotherhood !
_- :;, ;,The blue bird is a goon friend destroying Derries, etc., to tultlvatedfrul .. child may pronounce and whose beau- t, of manwhose; lives were, 'r''j i"f. >'fj. ," ,

:-4 '- harmful Insects, and wild The flicker had been wrongfully ty even the Unlettered may appre- I, not' devoted to the game of grab; who ". o"J J '?:- : '

: fruit .can be planted to encourage lib accused, of eating corn. Nearly half ciate. practiced! the same religion during the -
Buf somehow other the old favorites -
presence., of its food; consists of grasshoppers, six days In the week that they beard

:. The robin is found _to eat but little and Professor Beal -says that this i of the floral kingdom retain I preached on the seventh; who stood
_ their standing and, somehow or other, $-
; ; cultivated fruit less than five per cent bird also the hairy and downy ,wood- ,: up for truth and right for the sake of.
men are not drawn-even by the de-
-3 Nearly half of his food consisits of pecker, should be protected and en truth and right, and who never sacri- -- "
? free of society to the worship of --- ---
c wasps, ants spiders grasshoppers, couraged. ficed principle for the sake of expe- -:.
flowers that take but do not give -
catapillers etc. He also destroys thei The red headed wood-pecker eats diency.
Somehow or other the :> man '
:i F ,March fly larvae which Injures ,the more grasshoppers than any other ordinary I Let us have more of the old fashioned ,
is even yet attracted by a form, and .
.grass in hayfields., wood-pecker also"1 eats June bugs, : I boy, who had never learned to .
beauty, and fragrance which one may : .
The chickadee will in one dayde- Inhale a cigarrette into his lungs; who
weevils, etc. If have lands wish to sell lease
enjoy and understand without first you you or renter 'I
-. ; stray 5550 eggs of the canker worm The woodpecker sap'sucker-These ; .I honored his father and mother, spent
if want to buy lands fo farming .
obtaining a diploma from a college you grazing
moth, and farms where this bird Is I birds are largely Insect eaters. It'' Is his evenings at home, his Sundays at ,

I ,encouraged io spend the winter are only occasional that an ornamental treemay of botany. I I,' church, and who devoted ,his recreation : turpentining or lumber purposes, ;

L This would,..Indeed, be a "merry .
remarkably free from these pests. be injured by them, and to protect '- hours to sports that improved Write to
world my masters, If the .men and
The, brown thrasher eats some these, the black alder Virginia the intellectual as well as the physical -
the of turned
women today resolutely ]
cherries'and.. grain, but these constitute creeper wild black cherry and man.
their back upon some of the "newthings" REAL
-4-J only ,11 per cent. of his food. .and juniper can be planted. ; Let us have more of, the old fash- BLOUNT ESTATE CO,
In life and took some of the
t: he does great good by the destruction The cuckoo, black billed cuckoo:, up ioned husbands who made their .' '
things that lived and flourished in the -I
.of, many beetles which would do farF and_yellow billed cuckoo are very useful wives real companions, and who 'honored ,
times of the fathers and mothers. It
more Injury to .the rops. 'In destroying Injurious beetles |. them, loved them, cared for them, ......;;.
would be well for the world if we I -
.The house wren and butcher bird grasshoppers, caterplllers web worms, and protected them as queen of the
could have a "revival of the old" all MclVEM and
F.' do great good in destroying, caterpll- etc., etc' home and the trainers of the future I MOIA
along the line. I -
ici: ars, bugs, crickets, spiders, grasshoppers Hawks and owls.-These are citizens. I
among Let us search the attics where our Eulogy by Judge Alton Parker at
( locusts, web worms, injurious the best friends of the farmer.Dr. i I Let us have more of the old fashioned .
old books have been stored and pro- Jackson, Miss.
beetieseto. _etc. Fisher-says: "The birds of lovethe; old fashioned love that /
prey .
duce for: the /benefit of the children .
The butcher bird and loggerhead the .majority of which labor at night made children a blessing to their par- .
better and more entertaining tales The following glowing tribute to
-P shrike destroy grasshoppers, mice, etc. and 'day to destroy the enemies ofthe ents; the old fashioned love between
than have ever been written, by the the character of the late Justice
j- ,.;; The 'cat bird Is'said to eat fruit, husbandsmen, are presecuted un friends; the old fashioned, pure and <
boasted novelists of the present day. Lamar, by Judge Alton B. Parker, _Is FUNERALDIRECTO&
but while 'this is true in some parts. ceasingly." lasting love demonstrated In the
There is no occasion for one, to go an extract from his speech made at
t of the country,one third of its food The March hawk is one of the friendship of the. Ben Bolts.
Into, ecstacy over such books as "To Jackson, Miss, :March 13:
1 > consists of harmful insects. This most useful It has a white and There is change in 'the things I loved ;
Have and to Hold" or "Alice of- Old I may, perhaps, be permitted to
bird prefers: wild fruits to cultivated flies low over the meadow; it lives on I Ben Bolt, 1't
Vincennes, while the stories of J. confess that, as a young man, I was
; such as berry bearing bushes red meadow mice, etc. They have changed from the old to the I Have a full 'stock of Coffins wand
Fenimore fcooper. much more realistic drawn to an admiration for the man-
mulberry trees, 'etc, Red tail hawk, hen hawk. /The new; Burial Outfits. Special given to|
much more probable, much more hood of your state by the lofty char-
: Mr. JUdd suggests that, the crops of bird does not deserve his name; 66 But I feel in the depths of my spirit Burial services.
Interesting, remain hidden in' our attics the the
: acter commanding ability
c; cherries and ,strawberries can be protected per cent of his food consists of injurious the truth. Embalming to Order i
covered with the dust ot years inspiring eloquence and the patriotic ,

;: by "planting the prolific RusSian mammals. and the of There never was change in youth. _..._.........._u..u. ._ .
unperused by people 'public U h
to-I service of the late Justice La- .
4: ftA mulberry which If planted in hen The shouldered hawk sparrow ,
day. Edward Eggleston's "HoosierSchoolmaster" mari Looking back over the chequered f :
) f yards and pig runs will afford excellent hawk, Swinson's hawk are all Twelve months twenty have passed. Jerry Burnett .
is a better story than events of the past forty years, It ,
-.1. food for the hens-and pigs besides Ben Bolt j
most useful, destroying. insects, and
William Dean Howells ever ,wrote | seems to me that no man has shown
i attracting the birds away! from mammals. It is said that three hood redSwinson's Since first we were friends; yet I !
; Louise M. Alcott's "Little Men" and in higher degree the patience, the J Merchant
more valuable fruit. hall
hawks in month I -
one save _
"Little Women" have never yet, been insight the true love of country, the '
The viroes help the farmer. in destroying 60 tons of produ6e that would otherwise Your presence a Messing your friendship -

harmful insects. be destroyed by the grasshopper. matched. as interesting and entertaining t a truth, unselfishness and the unanswering |
reading for the and old. Tailoring]
young honesty of idea and that ]
Cedar bird.-More than one-half of Only three kinds of hawk seem toe : Ben Bolt of the salt sea gale. purpose so
The boys of today who search for the j'
became one who was at once the educator -
3 Its foo(1'consists of wild fruit and one- b guilty of the charges made against I RICHARD I* MBTCALF. '
light and lively fiction know little or the statesman the jurist the J Ocala, Florida.
eight of, insects which are among the them, the gos-hawk, Cooper's and the j In Bryan's Commoner. i
nothing of Colonel Thomas Went-
citizen the man and tM Christian. In
: worst pests of the I country, especiallythe sharp-shinned, while all'the rest are Finest Imported and :
worth the Massachusets I ,
Higginson great
tr elm leaf'beetle.Swallows ., I very. helpful to the farmer and fruit- John Beard Pleads for Southern Can the work which we, as a people, must,S Domestic Cloths. 'I
writer 6f boys stories, or of Ho ,
> do. if we are to maintain the heritageof
not .only the greatest flycatchers grower.. didate. "
t- but also ratio Alger-men who wrote tales at I our fathers, we may well take him : Cutting a Specialty
destroys flyingants,, Long eared owls destroy m C'eand "
once interesting and" instructive. Hon. John- S. Beard of Pensacola, as a pattern of the man who knowso. Fits Guaranteed. ::;"
c .. beetles and vevIls.p :. disturb but few birds, and it is said i. ,
The rose breasted grosbeak is fond t o do much god. and books and books are one of the most prominent men in well how to assert the highest prin-

_ r of potato-beetles: and is: especially_. Barrel owl. only 4 1-2 per cent, of'its written today, and yet they are not : western Florida, contributed to the ciples and to stand up for them in !
nearly so satisfactory some'If the I
L -. "' helpful tQ the farmer. fo9d consists of poultry arid game as Atlanta the face: of ignorance or misunder-
few volumes published the.'long Constitution-an article urging Ii
.standing, or even of strong Education Mail
The meadow lark has been said to I and it would do much .less harm if j the : i by'
ago. nomination: of a southern man by
-F eat, clover seed, but that seems to be hlckens' shut at night Its : of temporary or threatened ob
:were up We are' an too apt to at Ko learing home or employment to get..1IQ.
worship : the democratic j.
a mistake for'99 per cent of this food I food is made of injurious .party for president loquy. cation. T7ttlu only span tunestndjimr -
,. mostly up some new shrine and all to apt to Book-keeping, Arithmetic Algebra, GeametI7.I .
at clover _time was found to be insects insects and mammals.The ,.i next time. Mr. Beard ,concludes his I dammar,Rhetoric,Science,History>LWiBJt&r
forget the merit of the old in our anxiety ..
Tortued by Savages. Tk r chlr Taixht fcr M al1. Teacher de
mostly gra g tJPJlf'rs. It is estimated I screech owl both letter as fohlowsf"Let
destroys insects : to
: to pay undue tribute to the new. t "Speaking of the torture to which topassPnm.1.aH lOyrt Of &OOeS&C&t r

that the value of the grass crop saved I mice and rats. We go into ecstacy over some of the : us take another view of the some of the savage tribes in the Phil- free.AddNa\1. I."IMF.gpalatk'a.FlaI

p by,trie?;,low larks 1111 a township of 35 I II The barn owl lives mostly on In- I ippines subject their saptives to, reminds I I .o':-'

-:- square miles, eath' : month during the 'sects. Injurious mammals gophers, new day songs, yet we forget' that ': expediency and advisability of nom Ini i endured me for of three the intense months.suffering from in-I ,, .. ...................- .....-.......... .. -- ..-.-- '-
many Interesting things that
-k! .. i grasshopper season is about $356.40. moles, micerats etc. It has been very i.atins .a southern man for, the presi- llammation of the ki neys."says W. M.
i i' He also: destroys other Insects amonsthem found that 93 per cent. ofIts food consists -' the have past. presented by the bard of I!I clency by the next democratic national helped Sherman.me of until Cushing I tried, !Ie.Electric. nothing Bitters j -W nRMlONj[[

: .some of the most injurious of mice. Owls remain with us "Ben I convention. If an eastern man should three bottles of which completely -
one of the sweetest of
c; beetles. through the winter feeding"upon the I, be nominated the west will not support cured me. Cures liver complaint
; all the ,
verses ever penned by man, dyspepsia blood disorders' and ma-
_ ; ::. Professor .Deal 1 says: "J<'a from being l little enemies of orchard garden and ; would be practically unknown 'today I him, because of eastern treachery laria; and restores the weak and nev- O'.d Money in Growing Large Wi-1

; injurious, It is one. of the most t, field. !\ and desertion In 1895 and 1900. If a vous to robust health. Guaranteed by tcrmelons. ,
but for the fact that it was set to Tydings & Co druggists.. Price 50c. .1'I :
I- useful of allies of agriculture, standing -- I western man Is nominated the east Al druggists. '
music and that it figured in a recent m
L almost without a peer -as a destroyerof GivesHeatth, Vigor and Tone. will not support him, because of wes- I I _I have been planting each year -'
novel. Its high character as a I ,
'rn.D noxious Inse ts." tern defection In 1904, but the south' Gov. Broward, while ; the Dade I for several years, from 70 to 100 -_
touching piece of poetry Is not fully I I
-- The red winged blackbird.. is also HerbIne is a boon to sufferers from : supported Bryan in 1896 and 1900 and county fair, at Miami, last week pur- ,acres In Eden variety of Water /

1% ,. a. friend destroying quantities of cat- quickly aneamla.regenerated BY' its use.and the the color blood becomes is- Abraham appreciated Lincoln by the, perhaps men of could today.not ; Parker In 1904. Neither the east nor chased a sponge mattress for $ I! melons, and have made good mon!. '}

ii' erplllers, grasshoppeers, and weevils, normal. The droooping : the west has any quid pro quo for the known as "a dream mattress.Metropolis. 5'1'I 'ey every year. I secured good ;:
: is make a rhyme, but there was poetryas
and even when the cornfields morethan The languor is south. We: hope that Governor Eden seed to begin with and have
;. diminished. 'Health, vigor and tone well as music in his soul, and he I I
{4 pay for the corn eaten by des predominate.! New life and happy knew what I I I "The South holds the balance of Broward while reclining upon this ;; Improved them each year, br selecting -
poetry was when ;
troying worms in the husks. activity results. Mrs. Belle H, Shriel. '; power in a national democratic, con- soft luxurious mattress will draw the II I my seed from only large
Middlesborough. II., writes,' 'I have he selected "Oh, Why should the : I
In winter it destroys seeds of ragweed been troubled with liver complaintand of Mortal 'as I vention. The south does the democratic draperies of his couch about him like :: and well shaped melons I have
> Spirit Be Proud? his
.. fox tail grass and bird weed. poor blood. and have found nothIng voting. No democratic candidate has one who lies down to pleasant dreams [, them dried In the shade, which ..".--.
to benefit favorite poem. The member of the -
me like Herblne. I Ut-I I I I .
The crow blackbird destroys the have wished that I had known It In erary society who would subscribeto the ghost of a chance of election. without and will be undismayed and undis- will when properly planted always

I? rose bug, curcuUo,'May beetle, grasshoppers ny husband's time." S cts. m the electoral vote of the south. turbed by visions of crocodiles and come up as they are sound and
the statement that "Oh, Why
cricket and .locust. The birds ---- F The south should, In the next national other creeping things that invest the ,full. I have 1500 Ibs., of choice _
Proof of Death. Should the Spirit of Mortal j

follow the. plow' and feed on grubs. It --- Found?" is entitled to hisrh rnnt Be'I in I F democratic conventfon insist unon- the everglades. seed to offer at 50c per lb. When 1

i! is only when in rare instances these ; : j nomination for president of the United .. ,- .you send your order for seed and -
If most, people are afraid of anything literature would be immediately written I
.. birds descend upon a field in hundreds I States one of her own distinguished Dr. W. K. Slaughter, the popular "wish me to do so I will instructyou
it Is of being buried alive. TI1ecases down as undeserving of a placein

f-? of thousands that they may do much do happen when it is very difficult polite sociery but Abraham Lincoln's i| sons, and she_ has many worthy of the mayor of Belleview, and Dr. Griffith, how to prepare, fertilize and

% injury. favorite I} honor and of the trust.. of Dunnellon, have returned from Pa- cultivate. Let your order come In
even for the will
experienced physician poem bear rereading -
The crow Is said to teed on the to determine whether a person where some of the productions I "The south owes it to herself, to her latka, where they attended the session at once. I sold the same kind of

-4!: sprouting corn, and corn, In the mIlk. is really or apparently dead, without of the present day would be cast I' honor and to her equality in a unionof of the grand lodge of the Knights seed over S. C., Ga., and Fla., last

t ;! on cultivated fruit, .and the eggs and his having recourse to .means aside after a mere glance. j 9 equal states. Present southern of Pythias. year which gave perfect satisfac

of young poultry and wild birds. leaders owe 4t to this and tion.
which while they would at once settle It would be well, too, if the dispo-j succeeding .
While it has been found that these generations in the south that I
i under
; the dispute, would place lie.If it sition toward "a revival of the old"!
4 charges are true to a certain extent I their leadership no such pernicious -- FURHAN STILL
really existed in jeopardy, may be1 Judged could take firm hold upon our church -
yet the amount. destroyed is small precedent be established BOILERS[
I from the fact that the FrenchAcademy choirs. Sunday after Sunday great ; as that each AND (ENGINES( Blackville, S. C.
compared with the
great good done in southern state is not the perfect and
some ten or fifteen years congregations composed'of men and
J destroying Injurious insects and ani entire equal of
every state in the
ago offered a prize of forty thousand women anxiously seeking not for pro-! un- AGENTS FOR --.
1 1PayYi
mals. The eggs of young and poultry ion. If the south insists upon it the .
"- franks for the discover of some found things but for those things that ERIE CITY IRON It Will: -
constitute WORKS.ALSO
only one per cent. of his' south will secure it _and if democracy .
food for 'the I means by which even the inexeprienc- a responsive chord iq the human : Is
year. : defeated (and I believe that it
I ed may discover whether in.a given heart assemble throughout this :
The crow destroys injurious insects not be) It: will only be a repetition
I case death had ensued or not. He great country to listen to airs they | of
grasshoppers, May beetles, cutworms i'what has been happening for the
had discovered the foHowing well- cannot appreciate, straining their pait !
etc.. also 1I J 1-
mice. Moreover, he I fifty years (nearly) under other
known phenomenon If ears for words
u does : : the hand of made unintelligent by the
good service
: as a scavenger. southern leadership. If

4_ crow The blue of eating jay has corn been accused and young like the the candle suspected or artificial person is light held with toward the lieve necessity the"choir of obtaining master calls what the we"rangeof be- is will not be nominated because the by south a the southern conventionit is not man true "HEATERS(I ( AND PUMPS U 1 '

fingers stretched and one touching the voice "Nearer My God to Thee," You have Real EStatE I-
: and eggs, but it has been found .: to herself. It must be in the any
,, other and one looks the greatest nature ,
through the song that was writ- II to sell
ever !
-ti. that he prefers mast, seeds of trees, of an embargo. It is ':;.
spaces between the fingers toward the ten, set to the sweetest music that scarcely In the COMPLETE STEAM PLANTWrite : '
,; such as acorns; etc., and 22! per cent i power of the other sections 'if OR
of his light there appears a scarlet red color was ever sung. Is not heard and can- ; so ,
consists .
of grasshopper disposed I
I to establish "
'' :where the fingers touch each other not bft heard in the church. a blockade. -
: average
: caterpillars, ete, so that he does more .I for Estimates and
You're ;
;w : good than harm. due to the still circulating fluid The old fashioned books are full of Doctors are Huzzled. pecial Catalogues ip thinking of coming lj

blood, as It shows itself better 11 to-Florida for a home Jfj
-t The horned lark or shore lark through _the songs, of more exquisite muI I -

transparent not yet congested tissues sic, than are produced by the The remarkable of -
.--deos great good by eating weed seed ; average recovery Ken
-' I I but when life Js extinct, this phenomenon church choir. j neth Mclver, of Vancesboro.:: .. is OR -
and but little
; jI
: damage to grain crops. I subject of much interest to the medi- -

it ., The wellow bellied fly catcher wood ceases. The most extensive and While we are obtaining more' of the cal fraternity and a wide circle of THE You desire to inyest in any :

peewee' and phoebe are all helpful to thorough trials established the;: trutg old flowers of the old books, of the I friends.to He says of bls'case: "Owing IF kind of Florida
: severe inflammation property,
the farmer: by their destruction of of this observation and the prize was old poems, of the old songs let us have and congestion of the of lags the, 'throat three C CAMEflON( &DIKLY( C CChnrle.doll ;

awarded to its discoverer. more ,of the doctors
V t > harmful lisects.4'pdngbIrd. ... old fashioned women last gave me up to die, when as a A" TOSEE
ft I who like resort I was induced to try Dr. s. \
our mothers ,
_: has been: accused of Mr. and Mrs. J. Buttgenbach who and loved King's New Discovery and I am hap- I OR WRITEi }
; "destroying and loved .and lived, not Conspicuous py to say It saved life."
fcoriey bees, but examination : have been my Cures

"t- proved that nearly all the bees Florida left spending for their several months In for ability as club lecturers, or as i silitis the forst, weak coughs lungs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis: f. G. HOFFMAN

home at Bros1 .:: i 4 [ ONt ]
thoughtful IYINGSTON &
: devoted mothers grippe. Guaranteeed Jj

i1 : } t \Qtfii.1 S ,t! upoli 1t.'i't. iBol&il:1no-\'Satuid.:;. Y.. : Impossible reformers, but notable, as as Co.'s bottle druggists.free. 50c, and at Tydings 51.00._ ton-I :..Florida Phone 2J0.Representative, Ocala, ,-Fla. ..: : ] J

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,GENERAL: DIRECTORY., 1 Meeting the City Council._ The School Discussion.The I 1 l borough.If Officers of' the. Grand Lodge. I If:. J. C. Meredith, baa been in the
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; 'Sn t real estate business In Dunnellon for
it. ,., City of 'Ocaia.i The regular bi-monthly meeting of Gainesville says: ,you wish to sacrifice yourself by At the meeting'of the Grand Lodge sometime past,.and 'also operating ,in- -
"The Jasper News shows no signs
-, Richard McConatny. the city council was.held Tuesday night I K. Jr'p at Palatka last week the f 'l.
i* i Mayor- of Improvement fact is growingmore j running for office in behalf of the J lumber and other' things has recent.
3 John M. Graham.
1* Clerk- Chace' Carmichael and Owen. Not : r "dear people" you'll have to contribute I lowing officers were elected for the '
W. ,
'IK Tax Collector-W. Clyatt, jr. desperate each week and farther ly purchased, the Perrin and Thompson
:1 'TreaSurer-William Tj: Gary.MarshalGeorge .. present : Weathers Nelson I r to the expense of conducting the ensuing year viz:,
; from the facts.
*%.! W. Cleveland., "- :'primaries Grand Chancellor-Henry Horsier, planing and lumber mills at Jacksonville -

:Council-At-large, H. ;.. Ford; First Sage,..and.Robertson. There were present "Father from the facts" eh? Facts and 'will' take his residence
:ward A. G...Gates and J. D. Robertson i Abpve. ,ES'stated in the Times, is of Pensacola.. up
what advocates of the
Second ward. J.. E. Chace and also Messrs., Graham, city clerk are just, I the edict of the county democratic executive Grand Vice Chancellor. C. Lynch I ''in that city. He.. says that Dun-
Charles K. Sage; 'Third ward, Edward Buckman law do not want. nellon Is all right and la growing I
Biggs j rapidly
B. A.. city' attorney,., leveland, ,city committee following-the Issuance Gainesville.
.K. Nelson and Thomas If we should leave out the facts in I and he 'leaves It. with but
G.-A. Carmichael and J. marshal Williams,,electric, light superintendent i the case, the Buckman law advocates !I of which the campaign committee Grand Prelate-J. Emmett Wolfe, regret
that he purchased this business at a
Owen. .
Tallahassee. .
t E. and :Moore superintendent 1 of seven members have lost no _
Attorney-T. ,
City would smile on us approvingly, pat us bargain 'and expects to do well with
time in agreeing the amounts Grand Keeper of Records and Seal-
Council meets on first and third' of streets. on the back and call us a good fel ; upon I It Mr. Meredith' Is an active enter- '
v Tuesday evenings of, each month. which the candidates for various coun- I W. H. Latimer, Tavares.
Ocala Sub-school District Minutes of prising ,man and will do well any
TruStees. preceding meeting read
low.But ty Offices will be assessed. Grand Master of Exchequer C.
J; M.. Barco, R. A. Burford.and.. B. and approved. as the accusation is i West Jacksonville. > where and in a place like Jacksonville
Wilfred C.. Clarksbn chairman of ,
A.'Weathers. Officers .reports submitted at last' that we are getting farther from, the I we expect: to see' him soon become a
Chief of Fire Department J,' the executive committee, gave these GrandMaster at Arms-H. PrIt- ,
facts will try to state them in undeniable -
we I .
and millionaire.The
.superintendent of Streets-C. L. meeting committees referred to; different form: figures .to 'a Times representative this 'chard, St Augustine.

Moore ; were approved. I morning, and they are published be- Grand Inner Guard-H. Clay Crawford -
The Buckmanlaw' abolishes the Baraca society of the Metho-
Electric Light PlantJ. The ,
Superintendent of the
property Tallahassee.
low. As
the committee
yet however,
masses i dist school held their second -
.- C. Williams. East Florida Ice colleges where the could send Sunday :
Ocala Board of T e-Herbert A. Manufacturing com their children and have them given a 13 naturally unable ,to know the exact I Grand Outer Guard-Frank H., Da meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Ford president; C. L. Bittinger, Sec- pang was reduced .from 1,000 to 10- amount of expense that will be Incurred vis, Tampa.
retary. 000 good English education. This is a W. K. Zewadskl Tuesday night Th .
dollars and 'valuation
the of the this due to the fact that Next the Grand Lodge will
Ocala' Rifles-George A. Nash captain fact being year evening was both a profitable and, a
; :John M. Graham, First Lieutenant stock of the Ocala House Wine Rooms I it is not known whether two prima- 'meet. at Orlando. The Palatka meet-
It confiscated the buildings 'and pleasant one and the members of this
;' Joseph H .Bell. ,Second Lieutenant from 7,000 to 5,000 dollars. I i ,
Nor is ing was most'enjoyable
ries will be necessary or not. a one.
Weekly drills every Thursday grounds of these colleges which were new society are very enthusiastic and
tight Bulsness meetings, first Thurs- Mr. H. L; Anderson' granted the city I it known how many candidates there .
three .thous- are greatly Interested the work.Mr .
worth- least hundred /
day. 'nights each month. the "privilege of dumping' the street will be which is another difficulty in Recently Two Splendid ,Weekly .

County Officers. sweepings on the lot known as the' and dollars. This is a fact. ,Newspapers in Florida have been compelled
making the assessments. Therefore George Gow, who went to New ,
'Clerk Circuit Court-Simeon T. Sis- Taylor pond lot free of cost, which I It establishes. University at the assessments are made with the to suspend publication. The York, .a couple of' weeks ago;with Mr.

.(rank, Ocala. offer was accepted., .I Gainesville for boys and a College at cause _of the failure of the papers was, T.
Gordon Ocala understanding that if any funds are A. Starkey who was In'. feeble
SherUr-Henry : Tallahassee for girls. This is a fact. .
Tax'Collector-E..L.f Carney, Ocala. The petition for placing an 'electric i left over, they will be prorated and the same old story. The people expected health, returned home Tuesday morn

Tax: .Assessor AlfredAyer, McIn- light on South Sixth, street, Sanches It.requires applicants to-pass an approved returned 'to the various candidates.The the papers .to work for the' townand Ing.' Mr. Starkey is now with one of

tosh and Ocala., '. and Tuscawilla streets 'was held examination- the twelfth community while the editor lived
.Trwurer-T. E. ;Pasteur, Ocala i figures are. herewith publishedby his married"daughters at West Orange '
Probate-Joseph H. Bell An ordinance, was Introduced 'regu- | year course of the public schools to on the climate. The two towns shquld .
!Judge ':of ,the Times, as follows: N J, and Ills health is somewhat bet.

OcaJa.Surveyor, Alexander Moorhead. lating street hacks. The ,charge for enter these institutions.. This Is.a For tax collector ... .... ....$300 00 have a -funeral parade and end the ,I ter than when he left Ocala '

Ocala. passengers within the city limits was fact.The For treasurer .P'"..-....... 225 00 whole business, for they are dead' ones i _____ -

Supervisor of Registration-Donald fixed at 5 cents for-,adults;' for child- plans for buildings for'the University For assessor :..:. :.. ... .. 250 00 to be sure.-Tampa Herald. I ,Mrl: A. P. Gilmore; formerly with H.

I Ferguson, Berlin. ren over ten years of age, fifteen involve the expenditure of :B. Masters, Is now at the postoffice. .
Commissioners;=Henry W.Loner, For clerk, ; criminal court .. ... 200 00
more than one million dollars. This is Threuh Train and Sleeping Car Ser
Chairman Martel; John L. Edwards cents; for children under five years of
For legislative candidates ,...T 15 00 vice Between Jacksonville Fla.
Samuel R. Pyles. Ocala; Nathaniel a fact.
Ocala; : '
A. Fort, Lynne; Charles M.tTurner age and accompanied by an adult ,Good buildings and' grounds wortha For county commissioners .. 5' 00 and August, Ga.

Anthony. -- free. A. penalty was imposed for falling For board of public Instruction 5 00 Effective..Jan. 10th, 9Q6. the Atlan- FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
Board. meets first Monday- In every to meet an engagement and sub- quarter million dollars are to be Times. tic Coast Line will inaugurate Pull-

liaonta..School'. .' Board-Superintendent and jecting the hackman to a forfeiture of abandoned. This is a fact. Tampa man Sleeping car service between REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadinola. '
Jacksonville Fla. and
Augusta Ga.
secretary,-,W. D.,Cam; Members,,Gor his license.' The University and College are to, Carnegie Library for Fessenden. Trains leave Jacksonville at 8:55 a.
S. Scott chairman Ocala; Beria- all the 'arising from the and
doA An ordinance introduced and receive money nu arrive Augusta at 6:55 p. m.
mla JL Butch Blltchton J. S. Gn.ithanvFort Hatch and Morrill funds. This is a \, :Martin, Fla.. Mar. 17, 1906.' affording: -day-light service between The Complexion
,McCoy. .. read for the first time requiring barrooms the two ,points.. Dining car service'
Senatorr-J. G. Baskln, Dunnellon. to close and remain, closed from fact.The Special to. the Ocala Banner: will be operated between Jacksonvilleand Beautifier u a-

Representatives L. Wartmann Qualifications for admission .debar Fessenden Academy "will begin withIn Yemassee for breakfast. and"for darted by thousand
'Oitra. Carlos Sistrunk. Ocala. ten o'clock p. m., until 'five o'clock a. lunch., of
,Justice of the Peace Ocala District m. the children 'of the poor from receiving the next few weeks the erection ofthe Evening trains from all South;Florida gratefulladiesand

Sumter A. Bullock. any benefits from the univer- Carnegie Library-Dormitory points make' direct connections at Mrtnteed to remove
Plans and
specifications for building
Jacksonville, a all facial ducolontioas -
: sity or college. This Is a fact. building. It will be provided with a affording the quickestand
State Officers. \
a new fire [station were submitted; best 'service between Florida and anti restore tLc
t Governor-Napoleon B. Broward. to1 be constructed of artificial stone Add all the amounts together which large general reading room lecture Augusta.For further. beauty of youth.The ,

Tallahassee., [ Craw- and to cost, forty five hundred 'dol- will be bestowed on the university and rooms and, sleeping apartments for agent, or write Information,"' see ticket i want cases in twenty
ford Secretary,. Tallahassee.of State-H. 'Clay, lars. The location for the new build- college and it will be seen that hundreds the girls. J. G. KIRKLAND; 1 at all leading drug rtorea, or t>y mail.

'4 Treasurer-C. V. Knott, Tallahassee. II ing was, not selected. j of dollars are being expended The school was established some D.,P. A. Tampa, Fla. Prtpnd .,' ViTi'hVAL" TOILET CO., Paris, Tesa. -

Attorney-General! -William H. Ellis.Tallaliasseei. I The semi-monthly pay rolls were : .O? each student of these institutions, twelve years 'ago and has .had a most -. .

Superintendent of Public InstructionW I. approved and ordered paid. I and thousands of dollasr on the 274 interesting history. It is to be hoped ;

Holloway, Tallahassee. [ students"which they contain. .This Is that this new addition will be dupli- ;

Conunlssioner of 'Agriculture KUcLin Mr. and Mrs Parker, of Gainesville, a fact. cated by some generous friends of AT
Tallahassee. KnolN AUE.K
Adjutant-General, Clifford R. formerly residents of this city, spent The common schools where the education.ti o.
; '
-Foster, Tallahassee. Saturday and Sunday in Ocala with children of the common people are beIng At present this school .is ,the only
Railroad Commissioners--Jefferson "
;\ B. Bmwne D. I,. Morgan, R. Hudson Mrs. Parker's sister; Mrs. J. A. Pitt- educated are taught from 53' to one In the whole of South and Central & THE LEADERS J J

Burr all Tallahassee. man Mrs'. Parker who Is familiarly I! 157 days in the year, only. This Is a Florida that is ''doing on extensive ,
'x Members Supreme Court-Thomas :
M. Shackelford.'Chief Justice; R.,,Fen- known here as Mrs. Ankle Green Parker fact scale the peculiar wor kneeded to be SPRING DRESS GOODS

wick'Taylor,, W. A. Hocker. J. B. has a very fine music class In the There is expended, according. to the accomplished for the colored youth. ,

Whitfield., Charles B.. Parkhill. RobertS. "Untvers y City" and Is doing splen latest official report but little over" $7 ,

Coekrell, all Tallahassee. didly. She is In better health and a year on each pupil In the common Selling out ,Furniture. White will be, the' predominating color this

United States Officers. looks younger than she did ten years schools.* This is a Fact. -

Senators-Stevens R. Mallory, Pen- ago and Mr. Parker was also looking The school houses of the common Mrs. Jennie Whltfieid has a great season and we offer our immense stock of -
Bi oia James P. Taliaferro. Jackson-
; unusually well It was a matter of people are many of them but little deal of furniture that is almost as -

; yule Congressmen-Stephen M. ,Spark-. regret that their visit in Ocala was better than shacks and shanties. This good as new, which she Is selling very exclusive fabrics in white goods, at reasonable ,,: ;

taan.-Tampa; Frank Clark, Lake City; necessarily such a. brief one. is 'a fact. reasonably. This furniture. is what '
William B. Lamar' Monticello. Among the most :"
District Court-James W. Locke, The 'burden of taxation rests heav- was used at the Savoy Hotel. Mrs. prices pop .
Judge,-Jacksonville; E. O. Locke. Jack- Sponsor Appointed for Confederate: iest on'the masses. of the people and Whitfield now has it on display at the \ ular
,sou ville; clerk- John F. Horr, marshall Reunion. weaves, are ,
Jacksonville; Joseph N.' Stripling they' are the burden bearers for this store. formerly occupied by the Lane ,

district attorney Jacksonville; D. I million dollar university and Its ,12 Swartz & Company, where she will be SOFT MERCERIZED EMBROIDER. FRENCH EMBROIDERED HD'KF'ED
commissioner By direction of General. Stephen .
David S. Williams
,Ocala; T. Bishop, deputy marshal Lee commandIng the' United Confederate ,I students. This is a fact. pleased to show It to anyone who may entirely BATISTE novel in designs figures, 30 and inches dots LINEN, 30 inches wide entirely new .

Ocala; George C. Crom, postmaster. Veterans Adjutant General Wil- In view"of these facts the Buckmanlaw calL 3-17-6t wide at .. .. ... .. .39 and 57 1-2c at .."... ... ...,....$1.50 to $2.00

Ocala. ? is an imposition on the common EMBROIDERED PONGINES, 30 Inches .
Land Office. Gainesville-W. G. RobInson liam E. Mickle has issued a general Dell Moody was In from Electra wide, soft and lustrous at 571.2 45 inch SOFT FRENCH NAINSOOK

Register-Henry S.- Chubb, Re- order in which he 'says: "The general people and the taxing them and tak- Mr. Moody has position 95, $1-25, $1.98. ,for ..., .. .' .... .,..,.. .39 and 50o
ceiver Tuesday. a
ing from them their hardearned dol-
,1. .-.a.J w..M..-- .- commanding Is much gratified to an-
at that place with the ,Rogers>Miller- COLORED DRESS GOODS
lars to support it, Is legally robbery. .
} nounce the following appointmentsfor Tlller

t ,#; '. SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS the New Orleans reunion in April:' i -Jasper News. c9mpany. CHIFFON POMPADOUR, soft and 100 pieces WHITE SHEER INDIA

Sponsor for the' South-Miss Jose Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Anderson silky in floral designs at t..33 l-3c LINON special at .. ....... ...7c ,
t? :' Local Editor. The automobile is a great machineand CHIFFON CLOTH, 30 inches wide in 50 pieces WHITE HER INDIA

: -7-' __ phine Nichols, of New Orleans and has come to stay. It created a of this, city, were\ among those who plain colors white blue, pink and LINON special at ,9c

: her mands of honor are Miss Mary roads and these attended the Nordica concert in Jack- at .... ......,...........45c 50 pieces SHEER PERSIAN LAWN,
It HAPPENINGS 1 ABOUT TOWH.A movement for good IRISH DIMITIES imported) corded extra good value at ..... ... .14c
{ Columbus Miss., '
Askew of sonvilel Tuesday nightMajor
Sharp good roads are advancing the value of that will not split, sheer or dainty 50 pieces SHEER HD'KF LINEN, 36
',' Miss Sarah Ruth Frazier, of Chattanooga lands and besides are making living in home .at.-. .. 29c Inches wide, the greatest bargain of '

,Mr. and Mrs. Louis Toffalettl are Tenn. the country more delightful., L.,T. Izlar has returned FRENCH CHECKED NAINSOOK in the season at .. ..... ... .. ....35c
These ladies can boast Confederate {. from Blackville S. C., where he went neat Floral Effects especially suitable EMBROIDERED, SILK PONGEE In
V the parents of a' little daughter, who young, white, tan and blue .. .$1.25
last week to take, home his young for morning, wear at .. ....19c special
;' : arrived at their home early Tuesday ancestry equal to any in the If St Patrick could have been in PRINCESS CLOTH, the newest weave

south. The general commends these Florida to see what a beautiful day grandson: Sam Izlar Buist. 100 pieces COLORED BATISTS in In silk, 29 Inches wide at .. 98e
morning. new colorings, special at .. ,., .lOc in olive white tan and cream. '
:7' ladies to the, good graces of his beloved we gave him on the anniversary'of his The friends ,of Mr. Hibbert Weath, EMBROIDERED VOILES something LONG SILK GLOVES, 'extensive se-

." Mr.. and Mrs. F. T. Schrleber went associates, and feels satisfied birth, he would have been sufficiently new for Shirt Waist Suits at 15, 19 LADIES BELTS, extensive seleci
ers who has been ill all the winter,,. ..and 25c
: 1 p'to Jacksonville to attend the Nor- that every honor and courtesy will be pleased to drive the snakes and other tion of silver, gold and wash
I will be glad to. learn that he was ableto
,.., 'diva .and the,NeiLso contorts. showered on them by the gallant rem reptiles from our fair state-Gainesville -
1 be down stairs this week: He is .
nant of the armies. Sun. .
Mr. J., W. Crosby was among theOcala now steadily Improving and everyone
o hopes that he will soon be able to be wash silk, 36 In. wide .. ...50c White wash silk, 27 in. wide, .... 49e t
Jacksonville Ball. the
_' people who went up to Bass Miss Georgia Borger, one of White wash silk 36 In. wide .... .75c I Exclusive Patterns for Shirt Waists.

Tuesday.- Ocala High School teachers spent Saturday on the streets again. White wash silk, 36 In.. wide best in Shirt waist Suits 27 in. wide, 75 to

,,# ', Ocala enjoys a. gobd game of' ball and Sunday .at her home in town, at .............,. .. .,.....98c 98c .
Mr. E. C. Dorsey is having his
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; Mrs. W D. Cam and family are at and if we are to have an exhibition of Lake City. She returned to Ocala WHITE LINGERIE WAISTS. WHITE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.We .
house Ocklawaha the
; on avenue, one
-. Fort ,McCoy on a visit to Mrs. Cam'sparents the national game this year we' mustdo Monday morning.Mrs. recently vacated by Mr. Hooper and carry an extensive line of the .New creation of the popular Eagle

: Rev. and Mrs. H.. C. Martin. something and" help the boys out. celebrated Oqera and Esanelle Brands Brand make-none better.
family, painted and'repaired.. This
W. D. and littledaughter
We should secure for them the lot 9 Tompkins The finest fitting waists made.. At White Hand Bags the fad of the'
1 Mrs. C. "N. Kirkland went up to have returned" to Ocala froma house will be occupied by :Mr. and
Third street and erect a prices. Season.
South popular
\ Jacksonville Tuesday to Join her husband on visit to Micanopy. Hereafter they :Mrs. Harry Ji 'Precht, who are now 1 In very .

":T .- and together they took' in the grand Ocala stand has upon a splendid it. stand at the will make'this their home., At_ pres- the north on their bridal trip. They White Linen Parasols popular prices at .. .................. ..$1.50 to $4.50
,Nordica concert will arrive in Ocala In about two
but ent they are boarding but expect soon
: Race course association grounds eping. weeks. White Canvas Oxfords. White Lisle Hose.
to begin
; Floral City, is far away that only a few per- ,
: Mr. J. D. Bassett, of it so
; Our shipment of Wickert & Gardner and Utz & Dunn-
f _, superintendent of the Bradley phosphate sons would witness a game if played Captain John L. Inglis of the Dun- new ,
March Is cutting capers. The ,first
'- company, was 'in Ocala Tues- there. day of the month was the coldest day nellon Phosphate Company, was a. Patent, Vtci Kid, Blucher Cut Oxfords in Entirely New -

.; '_ day. It might be possible! that the members of the whole winter; and, the twenty- prominent figure on the streets of and Up-to-date lasts. Shop at Rheinauer's and get the best.

!-, : of that association would consentfor Ocala Tuesday. The Captain's friends
first of the month is colder than any .
;,{,:.. Nobody In Marion county, it seems, it to be moved. A committee of in this city are. always glad to see
What is mat-
day in December. the
} wants tq run for tax assessor, treasurer those interested might' be appointedto him. ; RHEINAUER & CO. '
ter'with ,our bureau men?
' er, member' of the board, of county call on the members of said associa- t + < .

". commissioners member of the school and sound them on the subjectIt in I I Mr. and'Mrs.- S. A. Rawls'went up
;f tion CoL H. E. :Masters, who,has been
board, nor apparently for any of our where it to Jacksonvilel Tuesday to attend the -
{, '" Is serving nogood purpose Ocala for several weeks looking after

, : : county fcffices. In former, years there is. his business Interests here, left Tues- Nordica and Neilson concerts. They

- ,:", <- was a big scramble for these offices. ...... day for his borne In New York. Dur- were accompanied by their littledaughter. The Vehicle and Harness Co
# rich. had pleasant call Wednesdayfrom .
l ,.{ .. Ouzo: people must all be getting We a ing his visit in Ocala CoL.Masters has
There is no other explanation for It Mr. Johnson, one,of the progressive -
been a, guest at the Ocala House.
Mr. C. W. Forrester, a prominent
of' He is "old timer,
men Daisy. Cor. Forsfth, and Cedar St. ,
fV.TIt"b time the candidates were-get-. he has been ,lawyer of.Arcadia was in Ocala Tues-
of Ohio
; though a native Mr. John S. McFall native, of this .
'-f7' -' ting. busy Those 'in control of the living in Florida since the early 10's'He county, and for a long time the popular day and was a guest'at the' Ocala FLORIDA. k

: ,' -Primaries rushing the politics of under House. He ,was formerly a residentof
are says there is no country agent of. the. Seaboard Air Line

- "_ -. -; 'the state so swiftly that the fellows the sun like Florida. railway at Tampa, was shaking:hands this city' and Is well remembered: Dealers ,in Wagons Buggies, ,CarriagesSurreys,

: :"who' are out'ha, e' 'very little chance with old friends in Ocala.'Tuesday.Mr: 'bY, a good many of our citizens and. Road Carts Harness"Sadd'es.' Lap Robes 'Etc.
of Crystal River they.are.pleased to know that he Is : : ,
H. M. Baum ,
Oge la. fellow up Mr. .
t It, looks JQ a, McFall : ts''now' engaged-' the real '

:\ 'itree, Uk 'It'is a*,game of'graft: pure :.&I"a' visitor :-to, the' ''Brick; City" onTuesday. 'eState buslness'and'he'waa here on an ,prospering, in' his new home. He is LARGEST CO He ERN-IN THE STATE AND! LOWEST PRICES .

''.p"-l-', and.. sintpla ir Important land deal. keeping pace with Its growth..

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:c. _' -. 'f one of woman's worst afflictions. It always leaves!

weaker, and is sure to shorten your life and make: '

I fade. To pain take Wine of Cardui
i3' l' r/M beauty stop and;

Special to the Ocala 'Banner Tommy Burlesop .ost the mall Roy Landrum of Dutton, ,
will help "to relieve your misery, regulate your funs
last week with Mrs. Landrum's slstr
School closed Friday with & ,basket pouch near Saturday morning 1-

dmuer.After the spread a nice little and was almost to Citra before be Mrs. R. A. Sandifer. make you well, beautiful and strong. I It isa re
Mrs. V. J. Wilson and 1

program was, rendered by the pupils. missed it. Mr. Henry McQuag, of I Minnie residents of Williston, for dragging down pains' backache head ':
Fort McCoy, who was going ,to Citra %
Yy t All present enjoyed the exercises by a day and night in Blitchton
found the. pauch and caried it'on to P
the "wee tots" very much. The writer Mr. Burleson. The Burlesons have I week. nervousness, irritability, sleeplessness, dizziness,-

thinks that the trustees will do I The Blitchton public school :'
t been carrying the mail between Citra I and similar troubles. A safe and :
well to secure the 'services of the close next Friday. spells, efficient ,
| and Eureka for about eight years and :
same'teacher for next winter, although Roland Blitch left Monday for Jacksonville ;t[
we can speak in the highest braise of for all women's pains and sickness.
I to enter business .; .
eome Irritationwas manifested on the a college.George :
I I their faithful services. We, therefore,
,* part of a few, there was, general satisfaction Blitch, of the Ala. '
Broadhead of Clanton
Mrs. J. L writeshavp 1
hope that they will have no further ,
y on the whole and all were I bank, accompanied by his sister, Mrs.Mazie S'."
annoyance over the little accident
well pleased with the standard of I which resulted harmless to anyone except f fI Lyles, visited their parents' : Cardui for my disease, which 'was one peculiar to'

: work 'done by Miss Pasteur While last Sunday. -

:I' here Miss Pasteur endeared herself I I the worry of the contractors. I Johnnie Edwards ,of I.nverness. will ,; and it has completely cured me.U :
There seemed to be some misundersfanding -
-= to many who regret her absence from J I this week visit his two little friends
_ Griner Farm; for among a good many of Landis and Loomis Blitch and will re- j 1
: the citizens here about meeting the ALL DRUG STORES IN $1.00 BOTTLES
:'x Acquaintance planted<1' in the heart main here several days. ,
,PSt tax assessor. The people have been
Soon to' affection grows Borton Ferguson and Guy Blitch (
in the habit of meeting ,him at the ,.t
Then friendship's buds begin to part have gone to Wade, where they expect j
school house in the afternoon and it -
Love's snowy blossoms to disclose.. to remain in the employ of the Cum- : US A LETTER WINE I
has been the custom of the tax assessor .
Mr. Sam Johnson and sister'enter- mer Lumber Co. j jB fully all your symptoms
Y' to remain here in the neighborhood will send you Free Advice
talned their friends at their pleasant I A. Sandifer has, repaired his grist sealed envelope. Ladies' :,
over nIght. Therefore a good and saw mill and is I Dept, The Uuttanooga OFSPECIAL ,
( home Friday evening.The now better pre- "
Co. Chattanooga. Tenn.
many arrived too late the last time as ; V s.
fer-rf little Misses Avery and Della pared to serve the public than be-
Mr. went to his home' that
Ayer on } .
f Luffman accompanied their brother to I evening. i iI fore.As I
Ft. King Sunday morning to visit an experiment the Blitchtonians J
Some thoughtless person has been .
their brother and family. j will just plant a little short cotton -- --r.J ---- -
I most too handy with matches here- J :
?", Quite a,number of persons were dis- this year. ,
abouts, setting the'woods on fire
appointed Sunday afternoon in going Mr. ,N. L. Blitch of Morriston, has : "

.out to hear Rev.,J., W Ogle of Ocala .where people's fences and propertywere taken charge ol the merchantile business -

,. preach. He failed to arrive. endangered. And the question is I at Blitchton. j I NOTICE I
,, "What motive had they?" It is very }
i Miss ,Mattie Jones Is soon to return I ,
evident tthat the meddlesome one had GRAHAMVILLE.Mr. .
from' Palmetto. Miss Coons of i iI
t. no Interest whatever where the fire I .
that place will accompany her home.
was set out John Graham, of Ocala, visited i'
This \s delightful picnic weather Read This Caret'
# Hon. Ed. Davis and Mr. W. D. ly
his parents here last week. .
aM picnic season is drawing near, i I s I
Thomas were guests at the StanleyCottage
@" L v/hp will be first to organize 'picnic Mr. P. T. Randall's grist mill Is "-
_ West Pine Saturday. From
party 1MON here they returned to the Brick City nearing completion. I I er to numerous inquiries I : desire to have it known to m7t
=' and becoming interest
more are -
t, via Fort McCoy. It Is said that Mr. Miss Lulu Long of Astor, is vIsit- state to my friends and busfriends and acquaintances that I bare
5d in the pumpkin contest. Get Interested '
Davis was on an electioneering tour, ing her aunt, Mrs. Charles Marsh. throughout the no connection with or interest la'iief
al! of farmers and
you see
but It so he must have been making We are glad to learn .that, Mrs. that I have no interest In, or Ladden & Bates Southern Ma-gel!
'y If 'your Land (is not adapted to pump- :
S a "still hunt" (not hunting stills. Frank Holly will soon be able to return with the Ludden & Bates House established by Wm. Ladden
kin culture. ( i '
derstand) as he failed to leave un-J from Ocala where she is now I Music House, which was esand myself in 1870. Mr. Luddea.I
? TOWNY MANE.Modern .
demonstrations of such business under Dr Van Hood's treatment. i by me and J. A. Bates about myself and Jaspersen Smith, m Ul

*\ , 'Maccabers Organize at Fairfield However, Mr. Davis is highly spoken I A certain young gentleman of our |4 years ago. I am now' inyears associated with us, are now hi-

of here and In all probability,will poll vicinity was at Griner Farm Saturday t largely and solely In the Ludterested in the Ludden-Campberf

's ,, :, r his share: of votes in this part of the I and Sunday and from all accounts t I Smith Music Company and In Smith Co., of Jacksonville, Fla. gff'

:/ .__ Sir Knight A. C. Hamrick, supervising county.A' .''there will not be many more trips before npbeU.SmIth I. Co.,,. of far as I am aware not a single is_-

dpaty, accompanied by Rev. wild cat sneaked up to the post the prize is won. j Fla.. who continue the vidual who helped to make the :Luddet

"' Dr. W. C. Lindsay post commander 'Office Sunday evening and stole a, fine Mr. and :Mrs: Joe Fore, of Anthony, j and bus1r ss. dealings & Bates name so well known throa i j

4 I 9f Ocala Tent went to Fairfield last goose from the flock of Mrs. Perry. were here oh' business last week" .; I i up for us the largest mus out the South is now connected w1

Friuauie 16th and instituted a tent This was a most daring act of the cat Mr. Henry Hogan has again moved! Jn the south. the same. l

of the Knights of the Modern.Macca on account of several; packs of fine his log" camp to Grahamville. WM. LUDDEN. J. A. BAT,

hounds In this neighborhood. The I' The farmers gladly welcomed the i
bees composed of the ,following..citizens -
t : ,it ,readers will not the fact that it took I rain on :Monday night. I reprint the above letter in order TO correct certaIn misleading 1m

tT.. McLaughlin B. Tonge Dr. 'advantage of the Holy day. Watch reports Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan, ,.of Daisy, I which' are being made among our many friends and customer

{ H. Gafrell J, W. Smoak. H. W. Tate. ,'or results. visited Mrs. Hogan's mother' rs..l j that most buyers wish to deal with the people whose polieietjj:

"' lL E. Maagum. W. G. Gibson, S. F. Say Mr. Editor (and also the candidates Hales, Sunday. j .. gave them the greatest reputation everaccorded' any piano

Rou C. L. Thlgpln, A, G. Yongue, L for Tallahasseejobs might note ,SAMANTIIA. I'M'II\ in the south. "

-W Eest D. A. Dupuis, A. A. Sikes, this incident) the buzzards killed and I who wish to deal with Ludden. J. A. Bates, A. B. Campbell Ja.
|VVEl". W. L. ,Godwin, J. IL ,Carter.. J. A actually ate up a herd of' "line pigs Runaway at .Citra. : Smith, remember they are associated only In

.''1:1 .. Jones, E. S. Smith. B. D. Rou, R. H. for your 'correspondent the other day I .. # .

cP;: ... Scott. W..A. Yongue and A. J. Jones. I! and they tell'me out here'tha} the law, 1! Special to the Cuifa P-inner: Co.F

1,t" The .following officers were elect- protects these birds and there is no 1 1I Pine, March fl.: -Mr. A. .N.i: McDonald / / .
f.' of the 'tiir tit>- 1;-,.- .f this
'- ed and Installed; redress. These were very choice pigs. \!I 1
place had a rarrorsm.: .** f'am ceatb PIANOS
Post Commander, A. J. Mclaughlin, ; I The mother- of them had been well t 1 I. OPGANSMIISCll! HERCH1HOISE.
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p\, Commander. E. D. Rou; Lieutenant caredfor and was in fine shape.Vhe" i I We t R y St. Phone 819 ,
Jacksonville Flay
.'.t :; horses I.lo '*? ;h" Oil! na1 became ,
", Commander R. H. Scott j Record the pigs were about three days old a
I j' frighten >taa ,:. ,>-:f1.ahll"d; run-.
Keeper, E. S. Smith; Chaplin, W. L pack of these hungry .fowls pitched !I '.
-E MI r* ;>rsicr/ s'J1-1 iin-ugh the
onto them and destroyed the entire lil- -
:;t, Godwin; Physician, Pr, H Gatrelli .
'J ;; ; : .j-pai of--- ..- b" n. 11 front J ,
them % -- -"
ate ;
::- 'Sergeant. H..W Tate; Master at Arms -literally : j -
'of. Mr. 1 L / list's; store the buggy ';1,
to do In these cases? They destroy:
J. B. Yongue; First Master of Guards. we
:1 ", bur'- ? fi' Jrst try and the
.. C. L. Thlgpin; Second Master atGuards hundreds of pigs, lambs etc., and ha.abeen ; a an-
iinal tor' out of the harness. Mr. I
L.V-j*. L. E Mangum; Sentinel D. known here to attack young I i I Free
McDonald received some severe bru-
A. Dupuis; Picket J. A. Jones. calves. These are facts, serious facts I ShowllWiII
!ices but was able to drive back home.
handsare, roughened 1 I
After the installation of officers Dr. to the man whose -
I l I It was a narrow escape and .those who
z. Lindsay favored: the tent with a very by the constant use of the helve *

T- pleasing and Instructive lecture on and whose bones are made to ache witnessed the scene held their breath Be Given
with excitement expecting to' see the on the Night of v
the life and history of Judas Maccabee from labors hard licks-whose ,
man hurled unto unsightly death.
Sand his people, which was very appro- -grows lighter when the pigs go dead t I s

priate in ,view of the fact that the and whose labor gets harder when he
J. R. Thomas returned today froma
L modern Maccabees is founded upon makes his own bread.
week's visit to Arcadia and other
the traditions of that valiant soldier. Alright so much for the buzzards.but '
tell if know about this points south. Mr. Thomas reports a : -
Judas Maccabeus. me you MARCH 28:
5 bloom in
\ heavy orange that section. i
4 The name Fairfield was selected for law that keeps me from killing them
Rumor says there's a special "or- : ,
when they eat pigs before the pigs
this tent and we predict a very my I
ange blossom" down that way that : >
bright future for them, as every die. I
he's most Interested in. I
l member seems to be enthusiastic and Mr. Badger Brison of the Orange

willing to help build up the order. Spring neighborhood was here Saturday Messrs. A. P. Munroe and Duncan

A 3 They now have sufficient funds on and we learned through him that. McEacharn of the turpentine firm are'I, :

% S hand :with which to purchase the necessary Messrs. Sam and Joe Prevatt are I at Irvine, on business.

? regalia. Sir Knight HamrlcK I maning .from there 'to Webster, Flor- AT'S]

will go up to Fairfield next Thurs ida. That's strange, old man, Sam The Royal Palm Magazine.

5-'t: day to assist in the initiation of several Prevatt a poor, man and a big family, j I I

::4 more candidates. has now three large banks of'the fin- Volume one, number one, of the : I .
Royal Palm Magazine, published by t i
est variety, quality and size of sweet Forest D
r What the editor of this. paper said. ,. potatoes. (He housed' seven banks) a the Royal Palm Magazine Co., at %hoe High, representing the Brown Shoe Company, of St.Louis j ::
manufacturers in
f ? in reply to Mr. Burr's challenge to. ham two-thirds fu} of. cam plenty to I I Galnesvillle, Fa., has reached our exchange class the world, will on the above date giw-

debate is emphasized table and we find It most Interesting .
s meet him in Joint do him has good health; good water I .- .

by Governor Broward's speech in and plenty to eat and to wear. They I and a creditable publication.

Jacksonville. Both of the daily papers say its strange that he is selling 'his I Ipr.pduce It contains one hundred and twenty EOPTICAN ENTER INMENT

what the issaid and its table of contents
there reported governor and maning this season cf I pages\ covers j ,

f to have said and the reporters the year to Webster. He's a hard variety 'of subjects. The frontis

of both the papers agreed in their reports working peaceable gentleman. j'piece is an excellent picture of Governor -

EL: of his speech. The governor Broward and the magazine is
now denies the published report of Voters Meet. I illustrated throughout. Mr. C.. C. ,

Y these newspapers and seeks cold type Thomas, a lawyer of prominence and of the Fair Store. The scenes he will present are not the.:,> s
S 1 The voters of Dunnellon precinct ones you have been used to seeing, but are interesting and i Ie
for a vindication of his utterances.This marked ability, is the editor of this
is'what he should have done at No. 24 met Monday night March '121 new magazine, and like :Mr. Tom Wat- views of the World's Fair in St. Louis and others of equal y"*.

called to order by J. G, Bas- 'J Shoe Company is the
and were the in
i largest manufacturers of shoes
j: first When a man puts his thoughts son, writes graphically on the leading. ;
J I kin. J. G. Baskin was' chosen chair and this Frer -how will also be the best of its kind have ever
In print there can be, no misunderstandings =: topics of the times and: his editorials you

and no Denials Mr.. Burr man, W. J. Mixson secretary. cover the front part of the publica- t : \ ,

can make any statement he chooses The purpose of the meeting was to I tion and the other :part, is taken up

; h on the stump and when he is con elect an executive committeeman and I with fiction and current 'events.I f I I .S Everybody Come

.. S fronted with the same in print can Dr. Wm. Griffin was unanimously I i ,.

easlly claIm that be was mlsQUOted. chosen. i- -
.f A. L. WEBB. 1
Introduced that '
resolution was
The newspaper is the field for the A state and should be liberally encour- I
settlement and ,rightful settlement of I ItL I the meeting; endorse J. G. Baskin for :I aged. .' 1

senator from this the ,5th senatorial I II
all controverted subjects. I I _
district and was: unanimously adopt- I" The difference between Florida LANDS.
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Mr. and Mrs. Gus Rheinauer and I canned pineapple and the same 'fruit I}

-t their daughter, Miss Gertrude Rh.l- I l ed.A campaign 'committee was 'electedas I canned in ,the North should convince I I'' If you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rent;

r' nauer who. have been the guests bt 1 follows! ; Wm.- Griffin chairman; II anyone that the Florida product could* if you want to buy lands for farming, grazing, ,

:' Ifr...and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and H. G. Keen,' secretary; L.+W., Hood, I not help but be the best. If the fruit or lumber purposes, -

'i llrl: Ben '-Rheinauer for the past six Jno: Gamble,' W._ ,J. ;!iMlxson I* H. Is put up where it has opportunity to .

;w ,)eitlIondar for St-Augustine ,Knight. M.,0hmacht .There,being', become thoroughly ripe It cannot help : Write to' Aa

q 'to' spend"ii*few days'before' returningto 'nofurther business the .meeting. ad- but have a better flavor.-Gainesville '
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their home in New York' City, journed. t Sun.. REAL
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_*. Local Editor. Madame Lillian Nordica/the world's ,Mr. Joseph Addison who wrote more Items of interest From the Land of Fitting Tribute to an Indian prin.1 ( $t''

; .;::::: greatest dramatic, soprano, sang In than two hundred years ago. in one ,the Grapefruit and Pine. cess by Patriotic Wen and Ii IiI ;

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.CoC Jacksonville Tuesday night at the of his essays .qu tes another writer I V Women. V

skating rink and according to the*l J. P. Mace, of Locke Helen has 100 -
i who wrote more than two hundred
-- acres., of peaches.Mr. There is an association at. the National -
Jacksonville papers, she gave a won- years before he did as follows: "Cen-' t-
T. P. Lloyd, of Inverness was'h
Capitol.- composed of
of Floral Bluff hasa patriotic
I Hemingway
5 derful concert. sure if the tax amanpays. to the pub- 1
r e on legal business Tuesday. I I
:Miss Alice NeIlson. herself a great lic for being "eminent"Mr. fine show of peach blooms.W. men. and women who purpose. to erect
Df Horace Reeves was a visitor to soprano singer, was in the audience Addison said it was folly for I P. Dykes of Dania Is now shipping at the Jamestown Exposition In 1907;

Ocala Wednesday from Levon. and In the Times-Union of Wednes- an eminent man to think of escaping several boxes of tomatoes week a memorial to the Indian Princess,

day gives her impression of the concert -' criticism or censure. It la a fiery fur- who according to Captain John Smith, -

Mr.. C.f'W. Joseph of. Clearwater. Is She said in part: nace through which every public man ly. was next unto God an Instrument to ,

TIn:the city and is stopping at the Mon- "I heard Madame Nordiea tonightfor must pass In every age and -in'every Bradford" county growers are getting preserve Virginia from death famIne LV

tezuma hotel the first4 time. As I sat and listened country. back thousands of dollars for their and utter confusion.It .

.- -. to that wonderful voice, changIng How true was Mr. Addison's obser- strawberries every day. is rather extraordinary as the ,

Mrs. Henry Gordon and daughterare with absolute certainty from the vation. No man of "antiquity who An unusually large acreage of straw- Secretary of this association: points

at home from a visit to Mrs. Gor- stirring, dramatic selections into made a place in history.- escaped crit- berries will come into bearing in the out that three .hundred years have

don's relatives at Plant City which she was throwing her whole icism or censure. T strawberry belts this year. been allowed to elapse since the foundation -
soul, to the loft thread-like notes of And the embers that heated this The recent cold snap has done no of Jamestown, without any ..lheJ2tIIeZocfor
Mr. John .1.. Bishop, of Sylacaugua,
of the the lighter numbers, :I could but mar- furnace are still hot and no public damage, as far as has been learned monument having been erected to
Ala, manager Sylacaugua
: vel that.so much could be.accomplished man can hope to escape passing to the vegetable crops. I perpetuate the memory of the girl, .
Marble Works. was a visitor to Ocala /
with the human voice. And so, be- through .it without being cinged the N Cabbages and celery are moving who in her teens, settled the destinyof SAYS V
cause she is an' American and has same as his ancestors were. rapidly from Tbor City, Sanford and the United States. In his book,. "Don't Physic !In Use

Mrs. W, H. Clarke Is spending the done all this I am very" very proud How vividly we remember the phil- the Manatee river in carload lots. John Smith credits her with having Ramon's Liver Pills and

week at Dunnellon with her daughter that I, too, am an .American." ippics that were hurled, against Abra- President Fuller of the Tampa board saved the colony as well as having Tonic Pellets for all liver V.

, Mrs. JL C. Bennett. Among the Ocala people who attended ham Lincoln
this concert were Mr. and the south. For mendacity and Florida for 1906 at about 2,250,000 :New England historian. seems' permanent cures and 1

Mrs. Minnie Bostick and Miss Annie Mrs. C. -Cullen, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. wickedness Horace Greeley stood nextto boxes. convinced that both admissions are complete treatment ,for

.Owen returned. home Wednesday- from Blttinger Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland I Lincoln. The whig press said J. P. Ditson of Dania V has sold his founded on fact and are essentially 25c. Easy, natural and -'

f a brief visit .to friends at Dunnellon. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schrieber.Ir. just as vicious and vIndicative. things crop of tomatoes to John Nix '& Co., true. certain--money back if -
and Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Misses against Breckenridge and Douglass, realizing $2,800 for. eight acres. This Whatever motive may have ,Inspired they fail. V
:Mrs. C. A. Liddon has gone to Wau- .
I Kate and Minnie Gamsby Mrs. H. and the democratic newspapers were is the second season Mr. Ditson has Pocahontas whether it was love of V
to spend a short while with her
.chula C.,Groves, Mrs. J. E. Chace Miss Mat- just as ferocious In their, fulminations been successful. Smith of simple humanity, no one I HOTELARRIVALS.V
Miss ola Liddon. .
tie, Williams Miss Valeta Potter .and against Bell and Everett Arcadia has already shipped over knows; tradition says the former, but -

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Graham of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Rawls. At a later period Grant and Gree- 230,000 boxes of oranges. The entire it is hard to Imagine that a: young i Ocala House-A. N. Goodwin Mar-

t. Asheville, N,.c.,are spending the weekat ly; Tilden and Hayes; Hancock and shipments will amount to about a girL would become enamoured of an tel, Fla.; H. E. Memmlnger, Lakeland

Carter's Pond with Mrs., Graham'sparents Mrs. Faucett V Narrowly Escapes In. Garfield; Cleveland and Blaine; Bryan quarter of a million boxes. adventurer like Smith, whose face as Fla.; C.E.. Ruckle Plttsburg, Pa.; C.

and other relatives.Mr. jury. V and McKinley, all in turn passed Montclair's cabbage crop Is a little shown in his book was wonderfully C. Epperson ..Wllliston Fla.; Duncan

through this firery furnace. short on account of the heavy rains, fierce and very scarred and who must McDonald St. Louis Mo.; A. L. Glass

and Mrs.: Frank Ditto have Wednesday morning as Mrs. H. A. And how the generals of both,armies but the quality is excellent Ship- have been abrupt of speech and extremely Gainesville Fla.; W. F, Baker, St.

:! moved Into the first ward in one of the Faucett waS driving to her home on during the civil war were criticised ments are being made now. rough. Petersburg Fla.; T. P. Guild Atlanta,

cottages recently erected by Messrs. Exposition street (she very narrowly and censured! Th Florida peach crop, If the weather '- The tardy tribute will perhaps be Ga.; J. B. Russell, Indianapolis Ind.; \

Ditto and Maloney.Mr escaped being seriously injured. Justas And yet when these, great .leaders, I remains favorable, will commence -. worthy of the .subject; ,it certainlywill W. W, Solomon, Jacksonville, Fla; W. 4

she was in front of the residenceof one after another, finished their race to move the latter part of this be erected in a most, conspicuousplace B. Hyat New York; W. J. Willing-

: W. W Condon| leaves today for Mr. W. O. Massey the horse strucka and were burled beneath the sod month and from all accounts :will be where thousands will see it during ham; Chattanooga Tenn.; S. A. Underbill
New York. where lie goeS In the Interest rock, slipped and fell, rolling over
what libations affction were pouredout heavy.It V the Exposition period. The large Boston. Mass.; Mrs. S. A. Underhill -

of the Florida Plumbing and and overturning the buggy, throwingMrs upon their graves. Is claimed'that truckers 'have lost square in front of the Administration Boston, Mass.; ..1J.. Powell

: Electric Company. ; Faucett to the ground betweenthe Reading the stories of their lives hundreds ,of thousands of dollars by Building has been denominated "Po Cedar Rapids, Ia.; T. J. Capers. Fla.;'

Governor-General- -- Wright denies the wheels of the vehicle. The horse, makes us feel that Shakespeare, that that peculia'r ,dIsease to lettuce knownas cahontas Quadrangle" and her' statue G.'Gilbert Glencae Minn.; A. A. Pee- -

sensational stories about the murder' which was now thoroughly frightened great student of nature, was wrong "damping off." Several, professor will occupy the. centre of the sward. ler, Lowell Mass.; W. H. Hertel,

of the women and children at Mount attempted to run. Mr. Massey and when he said: V are searching for a remedy.Dr. Miss Mary Desha, of Washington, Cleveland, 0.; J. Rothan. St Louis

Dajo In the Philippine Islands. another gentleman saw the accident "The evil that men do lives after them Philip Phillips has .Just bought who Is the Secretary of the Pocahontas Mo.; Pr 1 :'11 ox. CIncfn..- 0.; H. '

- ,:. ..-- and hastened'to the assistance of Mrs. The good Is oft interred with their another 65-acre orange -grove In Orange Memorial Association reports that P. Adalr, Vrjinia; Jamr.ake, ,

r : The weather. Wednesday morning Faucett They stopped the horse and bones." county. It is stated that he special committees have been organ- San Franch 'i. Cal.; C. .). boring

T 'was not near so cold as we thoughtIt helped Mrs. Faucett to her feet She These men. who occupied the the- owns more orange land in Orange ized in. almost every state of the Un- Jacksonville, Fla.; C. M. Tyler... Taupa. -

would be. It Is thought the damage was ol course badly frightened ant atre of action In this eventful periodof county than any other man. ion and that ample funds have been Fla. .

: will be very slight. was quite severely shaken up and ,, our nation's, history, and who were The weather has been .so favorable pledged to insure ,the success, of the Montezuma Hotel-W. L. ler I,

bruised but escaped without any serious so bitterly censured at the time, .are thus far that the peach growers of undertaking. Jacksonville Fla.; Dr. ,Lsk, Grah..mville -

Mrs.; L. J. Knight and her pretty Injury. Mrs. Woodrow who now:: ;spoken of with love and affection; Fulton Jarvis, D >ckrlll, Hole and At the time of Pocahontas' visit to Fla.; C. W. Joseph Clearwater,

little son have returned from Gainesville chanced to be pasMng in her buggy but the men, who now occupy the Watney expect a full crop of peaches England, a medal was coined 'commemorative Fla.-S. P. Fuller, Jacksonville, Fla.; f

where they spent a couple Df at the time,, ,took ;Mrs. Faucett home ti stage of action arc passing throughthe this season. A view of their orchards'" of her visit and it is Mrs. S. P. Fuller, Jacksonville Fla.;

weeks with Mrs. Knight's parents and and everyone wil be glad to know same fiery furnace. Is a sight. The bloom is profuse.- claimed that the likeness on the Me- M. H, Gilbrath, Atlanta Ga.; M. :I*.

- : sisters., that she Is now all right being very I Censure and criticism thi tai of New York Fruit Produce News."Everybody dallion was almost perfect. Long Espanola Fla.; L. W. Show-

little the worse for her exciting experience greatness.: Such paintings have of "
as we
Mr. ,and Mrs. Ed L. McIntosh andS Works But Father." po-I I aker Jacfisonvllel, Fla.; C. J. McGhee
of Wednesday. There is but of' !
one way esapng cahontas have been copied from Live Oak Fla.; W. C. Deas... St. ?et-
and Mr. Hugh Haley have goneto
.nurse -
-- it, and thai is obscurity. Medallion and it is safe to assume that
Sarasota for a few week's camp. For Tax Assessor. I The following tthe Boston Mass.! ersburg, Fla.; Mrs. M. W. Thomson
Make up your mind to be obscure, the statue will be modeled from the
:- Fla. W. G. Tanor Atlanta Ga. .
They --propose spending their entire version of "Everybody Works But Leroy, ; ., ; .
say nothing of any vital issue that same deviceut least so far as the
visit In the' open air with the hope Mr. _Alfred Ayer, who has made so Father," Delia Strange, Belleview, Fla.; J. A. _
coneerns the public weal, go throughlife features are concerne l.I The stove-
Borum, Jacksonville. Fla.H.. T. _
that it will improve Mr. McIntosh's fine a re ord In the difficult positionof "Everyone labors but our distin-
without expressing an opinion, pipe bat which ornamented1 head
Americus Ga. A. R. Har.
kealth. assessor of taxes. makes his an- guished progenitor. SHe Coleman : ; _
say nothing and do nothing. and you of the Indian Princses will probably
Greenville S. C. M. Benton
nouncement for the re-election to reposes In a recumbent positionwitliin per ;
editor that will escape both censure and criticism; be eliminated and she will probably Ga. S, G. Vogelback Savannah -
The ,of the Star says he this office. our residence throughout the Comemrce ; -
but if you say something and do things, appear barehead. as described in .
to Ga.
has been his friends ,
urged by The voters of Marion county we day
if you become an actor on the world's Smith's book; with her hair black as .._ _ _ _
make the race for the 'legislature..Gifted think, propeily appreciate the dutiesof His pedal extremities idling upon
great stage, you must expect, to pass the eagle's wing and gleaming in the Solving the Rate Problem. -
: with eloquence and great felicity this office and are not disposed tq the bronze of the steam radiator.
through the firery furnace of criticism- her back almost -
sun falling over covering -
of expression he is In .a posi- make any changes in it They kept I. Serenely engaged in extracting nebulous -,
and censure. There Is no escaping her There was organized in this cityWednesday'
tion to make a reputation in that body. Mr. Ayer'a predecessor in office fQr< a atmosphere from a tobacco receptacle n
It. It was so in Addison's time, it a corporation that wilj goa
period of sixteen years and seem disposed of mundane matter.
The Pensacola Journal says that the
Senat McCreary, of, Alachua 1 was so in the time before his time; it long way towards solving the rate
to,extend Mr. Ayer's stewardship Our maternal mentor receives .soiled
DeSoto Advertiser Is not onlyan
county, declines to stand for re-elec- is so now.and will be so until the time County question, which has hitherto been a _
to the same length of tlma or linen for the purpose of cleaning It. but
tion. He is running a dally and weekly of the millenium. up-to-date newspaper hindrance and a drawback to the
longer.Mr. And in this connection I should include -
'"T newspaper and finds that to run It Is the tax that a man pays to the that occasionally gets a little chead development of this city and section. -
Ayer is now thoroughly familiar filial Ann of the date, as in the of the negro -
for eminent-for being case It less than the formation of
: them satisfactorily' and successfully public being a was no
; with the duties of this office, Indeed, everybody is engaged in .
Cooper who the Advertiser has
f\:: will require all his time. little above the ordinary. a company that will place a line of
: '; _ is a tireless industrious worker, anxious -- some variety of occupation in 'our domestic reported hanged in three different Is- boats on the Ocklawaha river .princi-

:"vs.- ..{ Mr. E. K. Aldrich jr.. of Providence, to give satisfaction and is be- Off for New York.Mr. habitat sues. However, the Advertiser man is pally for the purpose of transportingnaval

,. ;,V"" :. R. I., will arrive. in Ocala today after coming moreand more popular every I Excluding as primarily suggested, a good explainer and wriggles out the stores but Incidentally, will

r.'g, spending the past several weeks on day. I II W. W. Condon, who recently our distinguished progenitor." matter in the following manner. transport merchandise of every des-

3 the east coast of Florida and in Cuba I purchased the entire stock of the The Advertiser's. is to get there cription.The V
., Special Rates. I Cuba Catching on to American Ways.
";1:1f':; : and will be here for a few.: days with $11.95, Atlanta Ga._, and return. Tick- Florida Electric and Plumbing Company first with the mostest news. Our officers of the. company are the _
:.-. his aunt Mrs. G. K.: Robinson.Mr.. leaves tonight for New York to publication day is Thursday and the well-known *
following gentlemen:
'"'-" ets/ on sale March 25th and 26th lim- ,. A late special from Santiago de
'>: f, Aldrich and his mother will leave for put in a full line of electrical supplies.He paper is printed Thursday morning
president C. V. Miller; vice-president,
'..4 y'; Ited 15 days from date of sale. Cuba, says that Bias Molinet the pro- .
.- : home next week. t proposes to make this establish- not a: few days later. That explains James
F. J. O'Hara general ,
return. vincial has for ;
Tuskegee Ala., and treasurer been missing
:: ment one 'of the most complete in its
; why we have hung Cooper three
." .. and 3d. lim- four his is H. Howard directors, J. B. Martin,
sale April 2 days and whereabouts un
;, ,. Mr. J. K. Priest one of the most Tickets on j line in the state, and while, In the times. If he don't like it he will haveto
8th.J12.65 known. An investigation made today, J. N. Tiller, Robert Monroe;, The _
/ Ited returning April I I
I : popular men in the county; was a visItor north, will be on the lookout fQr all get his reprieves earlier in the week. stock of the is $20-
capital compapy _
return. it is revealed in
Ala., and alleged, a shortage
, :: to Ocala Wednesday. Besides the latest contrivances that go toward Some 'day we may hang him .for keeps. V I
-' Tickets on sale April 23 and 24th limIted the treasury that- will approximate
.V and 000.The
being a successful farmer vege- making it such. Then he'll be dead. .-
'. returning to April 28. 30000. Molinet is bonded by the Fidelity company has already purchasedthe
: table he is engaged in sheep -
: grower, --' "
':',;/' ": growing as.a. side issue and finds it For further information and Pull ForCounty Treasurer. V ,and Deposit Company of Maryland In the political atmosphere it is felt steamer, "William Howard, ;t
which, has 'been plying the Ocklawaha
;: ..> ': ."so profitable that he is about to engage man reservations call City Ticket Mr. Thomas E. Pastuer, county in the su mof 10000. that the south is to be more fully recognized -
and will Immediately -
river for some. years :
:': .' In it as a'general business, making his office, telephone 129. V treasurer, makes his announcement I and trusted in the leadershipof
:: ',>- J The Boston Store's Big Sale. give out a. contract for the' _
other business side lines. for re-election to this office. 'Quite a democracy In the future. The south
,.:'-, ."' ,..- Hon. Edwin W. Davis :of 'Ocala construction of a second steamer and _
\.' : ; number of aspirants were1 waitingand has been conservative under 'all conditions -
. ; I
:i.><; ,,:'ij.,;:: Mr, Willingham of Chattanooga acting State Attorney for the Fifth hoping that Mr. Pasteur would ,i -Mr. George. T. Fudge; sales manager and this fad Is beginning to these boats will make regular trips

{ ar.Tenn.. who owns anorange, grove near JudIcial circuit and a candidate for decline a re-election but the sentiment for the Southern Factory and' Mill tell, and everything Indicates that its ,from Silver Springs to Jacksonvilleand

11 l : Tavares and with his family has been nomination and election to that important --' "unanimous that "if he wants the :I I i Syndicate, has arrived in the city to becorping more potential. It democracy -' return. V

:: : spending the winter here has been in office, was in, Leesburg this office .he shall have It." This is because prepare for the big sale which this wins the next house of representatives I If the hardroad to Silver Springs is

.- gU-'i. : .: : Oca-la for several days this week, the week-for several days getting more Intimately he is so. deserving and Is so.I. concern will hold at the Boston Store it will win with a southern I kept in good repair and freight automobiles _

t. '!'',] f'.;.:,:. guest of Cot W. .N. Camp and fam- acquainted with the people popular. We do not believe there is I I for twelve. days.ilr. man for the presidency."v I are run In conjunction with -

;}c N' .-','; 'II). and;the voters. Ir. %Da\is is a lawyer a man in the county that will run Fudge says that jftter* lookingover .. I the new. line of boats the merchants

of ability and is conscientious in the against him. the prices at which these goods: Mr.' C, J. McGehee, president of the !I of Ocala .will hold the key to the _

Mrs. Clarence Camp and her little discharge of duty. The Grand Jury Mr. Pasteur. has made a most excellent are to be sold during this sale he can McGehee Lumber Company, recently freight situation. V V

! .l' daughter, Carita. leaves today for Baltimore of Lake County "attests to his worth official, is purity and kindness., say that they are the lowest that have organized at Summerfield and doing a I: Te tip our hats to this new organization -

I 4-i\'' "-, ., Maryland, where they go for and ability 4 as an officer. and to hisaffability combined, has not an enemy in the been made at any of the sales the : big" business was a visitor to Ocala i and bid them goodspeed in their

c:'-" the' purpose of having, the little girl's and courtesy as a. man in worId- and is strongly; grounded in Syndicate has ever held in the state. Wednesday, paying this office a. pleas- undertaking. ____
\-. : eyes operated on. They will stop over its general presentment made 'at the the affections. of the people of this I t i Mr. Fudge Is an expert window dresser ant call and subscribing for both the _-_ !\ ; ____ ____
:it' 4 in Savannah tor several days' with of the circuit court held I of the Ocala V The Tampa Times in honor of its ______
f. recent term county and is absolutely 'sure of I and c decorator and it is safe to weekly and daily editions -
fifteenth anniversary, issues a' special c _
:: Mrs. G. F. Armstrong and will be : at Tavares. Mr. Davis will meet all election. V re-I say with the large .srojck which is being Banner. Mr. McGehee is recently from
; : away for about three weeks. Mr. Camp voters of Lake county if he can find received every day by the Boston Live Oak and has all the push and enterprise edition consisting twenty-four __ __

:: will accompany his wife and daughter time from the Important duties of his Mrs. M. Seibert of McIntosh a Store he will make a showing- like characteristic of citizens from pages, which gave a most excellent
account of the industries of Tampa _
.. ; t to Savannah. office to do so.-Leesburg CommerciaLHon. cousjn of Mr. Oscar-C. TIgner of this of which". "has never been seen .in our that phenomnial city. and Its growing importance. The -

J t- T city was in Ocala Tuesday afternoonon city.
r has evident it Grac Episcopal church Sunday Tampa newspapers voicing the sentiment -
,-? R. Hudson Burr
her way to Dunnellon to spend a
P'SOS CURE FOR ly taken the Tribune's advice to drop few days with relatives It the Everglades are worth drain- morning the Rt. Rev.. William Crane tit the Tampa people believe V _
the discussion with Hon. Frank Harris -' iig, and it. seems that some one oughtto Gray, of Orlando,. Bishop of the that Tampa in a very few years will.

CUAESIfEREALLLSEFML* like a hot potato. Mr. Burr mightbe Mrs. H. 'C.'Groves was a member of be able to decide that question they southern diocese of Florida will In point of population and industriesbe. _______

* "Bert Couth Syrup. Tutu Good a great statesman. but he is not the Ocala party that went up to Jacksonville hould-be drained and the land put on preach. After the sermon confirmation .the largest city on the gulf; riraH- _

iJ1I1 tiie.V .. .Sold by drotfiiu.CONSUMPTION.. equal to the Ocala: Editor .In a cold Tuesday to,.hear Nordiea and the market That should be the pbaJUon services will be held. A cordial Galveston and New Orleans. Certainly _

type argument and no one ,knows this Neilson. Mrs. Groves" will also visit of'every honest citizen of Flor- invitation is extended Uo all to. hear Tampa 'ia I moving. forward V ia V __ __ _

-V better! than himself.-Tampa Tribune. St. Augustine before coming home. ida.-Gainesville. Sun. him. leaps and' bounds.

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RETURNED;: HOMEVXFTEp8EElNQ: | AUTHORITY OF ,CONGRESS. ways possess a fascinating. interest.totth Resign, .jincl .GetftayXX; ), ,or f; I' :'j.! ,'r.. _..
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.; The World's Created: Military .and, I'0n Hampton.Bx>ads.during the. Civil -. roads and jfo .".

: From Friday1)!" Dally. Naval Pageant Will! Be_ Seen on War, the Merrimac and.. .Monitor .The trustees. of- 's'tetsP''l.Unlverslty_ .. tlmore Sun regarding good !. nie-Langhbrne Shaw and T&f. W:: '

; The., passengers. .Oil., ttwa. outh bound-'- Hampton- Roads, Virginia. ,. .. fought Here-In '1907,, reproductions of are up ,against a' proposition.Mrs. e an. appeal ,for passing an oyster law j Astor.'oldest son of William Wi 0-',-'L..

Seaboard train. .Thursday. afternoon' were. in'iW., these :famous "vessels"will raset again Stetson has signified.' her will that seems',to be one \8 at would .Increase A8tor are soon to be mariii1i"; '

--- nearly; all Ocala people, who bad been Since. the Philadelphia Centennial in and'fight over that famous drawn bat ingness >>? cam ;out her husband's road revenue the Galveston national interest

-r : up to Jacksonville, .especially to see' 1876; there have Ifeen many i expositions tie, inclusive its effect so far as proposition :to give to Stetson University ,- .,.',._.-.
: .Mrs. Shaw is
News, says the
the great_ actress, ,M e'Sar .h great: and sm li. All'have been either combatant was concerned;' but |1QO,000, on. condition that the 'how 'third'ofmous thi';

Bernhardt. in Camilla. Those return-' inland and ail o't.an'lndustrlal. character I determining in its influence upon Laval present board" of trustees resign. The The Baltimore Sun tells 'us Langhorrie sisters, whog :<: '
; _, litff' yesterday were" .M!. and Mrs. On Hampton Roads In. 1907, 1 I COn5 f1ctlOn.! proposition was made' by Mr. Stetson Maryland farmers can get good roads, ty and brilliancy have added 'hi -

Clarence Camp, Mr... jack Camp Mrs. Is proposed, to give the 'world some- two days before his 'death, accordingto without paying heavy taxes for them. the reputation of the -i

Ii W. H. Powers, Miss Sue .Barco. Miss thing entirely new., 'This great celebration Great Pictures to be Shown'" for the the DeLand Record. It first .argue that good roads increase men of Virginia. Mrs. Shaw beaut.flVit!| {

< t.4-= Sara Harris, Miss Louise Ha.n1s. Dr. will be held at a'point almost Schools. Ex-Governor Jennings Introduced a the value'of land not only from er sIsters. 'are" Mrs. Moncur, hI.?1

;, D. M. Smith. ,Mr. R.. S. Hall Mrs.. G. equi-distant from Cape Henry, where resolution that the present trustees the pleasUre':land Owners have in their of Richmond and Mrs. ? rki .;'

: C. Crom and.. 'her- 'guest. Miss. Minna the English first landed their ships lathe The erroneous Impression has same- deed the university property to the use, but chiefly from tbeapening the Gibson, the original "GibSOn.CharL

-p Hampton. ,Mr. CL. O. Fox. Mrs. H. C. spring of 1607, and Jamestown, how arisen that the ,pictures which state Baptist Association, conditionedon operations of raising and marketing whose home Is In New York ;;

'Groves and Miss Sarah WhItfield, of where they finally established their are to be exhibited for the benefit .of the' 5100,000, and then /all 'resign. crops. Fractal men testify! that they sisters and f:""'
younger are iirs.
Ocala, lIra and Mrs., D. A. .Clark. Miss settlement, on one of the most historic! the_public schools of' Tampa are the This resolution failed on a vote of haul twice as much on good roads as Brooks, of New York and "R

Mary Louise Woodard Miss Cul- bodies of water on the face of the work! of the members of the Club oi 16 to 6 against such a procedure. ;, on bad antI'In, half the time, with less Miss Nora Langhorne who "XMi'liJ

breath and, Mr. Arthur Hardaker, of ?lobe a harbor which in the, wordsof Current ,Events and I take this way Then the regular proposition from | wear _and tear on team .and wagon. her father at their beautiful lIvia'i+
;l Martel.and. everyone in the crowd was General Lee, "is large enough' to of 'correcting It. This exhibition Mr Stetson was 'brought up and put Farms on the turnpike are said'to Wua'.. .l ,
home near Ctharlottsville: Va. -
more than delighted with this great float all the navies of civilization and, comes to Floriora for the first time for to a vote. This required a unanimous be worth twice as much as 'those: on ;
I marriage of Miss
F''. actress., deep enough to drown all sectional this occasion.. It never before has I vote, and it failed 16 voting for it creaseon the county roads. Good Nannie Un, ::f:
: home to Mr.
-r Bernhardt has said farewell to Florida diqerences." ', been shown south of Atlanta. Thereis : and '6 against It. roads increase the demand for land Robert G Shaw :the,a6ii',
of a Boston millionaire
-this being also her first visit to Overlooking this splendid bay, the no traveling library of art that com The trusteeswill :meet again on April and raise its price by attracting population was & brtf
liant society event, taking
the state and she is now on her fare- Jamestown Exposition will in '1907 pares with It. The"pictures are-them- 9th and there is a .bare possibility while bad roads repel newcomers -, pb.c.e":ti !
-J.-' the country home of the
well tour of America., Her tour has commemorate the beginning of the selves carbonated photogravures, 52x 'that something can be done by who' keep out capital, discourage bride in i jtJ i
c The marriage proved to
been triumph. at every place she ; American republic the genesis of the 27 Inches, many in colors. The treas1- which the school will get this $100- enterprise, cause Intelligent be a. fai ',f.
and soon after the birth ;!
-'& has visited 'and at the Jacksonville white1 man In what is now the United ures_ of the gallery of the Vatican will 000. .Mrs. Stetson, however, knows farmers to, leave and lower the value of ter ?J;

-' t performance, despite the fact that she States, the ter-centennlal of the first be brought ,to Tampa; copies ,of the what Mr. St 'tson's' feelings and Intentions of both land and crops. Good roads. Robert G.. Shaw m. Mrs. ShAw '1 Sl"'

4 ;: had so many things agalnsj her, 'she English settlement iq the,new world, famous frescoes of St. Peters' 'and St were and will carry them out save much time/the money" value of- turned to her home in Virginia 'J.

thrilled her audience. It is the most sentimental celebra- Mark's the marvelous beauty of the without change if possible. which :it is hard' ,to me 'sure. To be, was given a divorce' In February, JJ l

iT-'t What spell of magic Is it this woman tion ever planned in America. Situ- Sistine Madonna will shed Its radiance There were five vacancies to be tilled ''added to the direct benefit of the farmer Two days after the divorce was grUt-., ...,
ed Mr. Shaw married .
; ; weaves about, those who see ,and ated in a territory which has been the ; the wonderful cherubs of Raphael on the board.; The vacancies were: from good roads is the indirect : Mrs. Con' ;:
a.. hear..her battleground in all 'of.: the great wars and the glories of Michael An- Mr. Stetson and Dr Moore, deceased; 'country by carriages bicycles eta, Massachusetts. "

iJ? It is the ,same voice of liquid melody i In America; burnt by savages in Its I I gelo. 'The Imperial Gallery of Pots/ and Messrs. W S. M .Arthur, A. G. .benefit of increased travel through the During the past few years 1

4; the same languor' of half-closed ealy days; during fhe English wars' dam will. contribute. ; treasures of Hamlin and.J..R.Law, resigned. These easier social intercourse,, diminished, Shaw has spent. most of her time iJ'i

eyes,' the same display vof quick, nervous ravaged, by foreign foes: it was the Flemish art, will be shown: gems of vacancies were filled by the electionof sense of isolation and .a cessation of England, where being an, enthusiastic :]

4. ; energy, of matchless ,repose, of theatre of the 'chief struggles ,1861 Holstein, and the' gorgeous coloringof the following! 'S. V. Hough, S. A.. that practical imprisonment during and. superb- horsewoman she has JoIA.ed .:f

: silent 'or spoken eloquence that mark- 1 1865,' and on the roads. naval engagements Rubens will add brightness, while Wood, J. B. Conrad. F.- C. _Edwards. bad weather which makes ,country life In. all the cross-country riding off:

: ed tyer In the years agone as greatest have 'been fought as memorableas the magic art of Van Dyke will not and R L. Hon. objectionable to many, especially wo the fashionable English set and it !l'ai

t among the. wor d's' great actors, that a any of the military conflicts 'on be absent.. From the gallery ...of. the In addition to these five nevfy men... In the hunting field that she first .mtj

holds her ,up today Incomparable in Virginia soiL Palace of Luxemborg will be shown elected members, the following other and cbtlnued to meet Mr. Astor, 1I1j

'- .. her art" true, to every detail and tradition The site chosen is "a peculiarly happy -, pictures of, the modern schools of trustees were present: J. E. Oates, S. Another Candidate. for. Tax .Collet,or. self, a keen sportsman.Mrs. ,::2<

) .. o(her craft, and'challenging the one, because few .Americans born France. From the National galleryof B: Wright Dr. Hulle D. U. Fletcher, Shaw has delicately, chisseIj -

world for in this W. S. Jennings Stewart. W. lit will be seen by reference to features 'with an abundance of .se4
: .. : comparison. country are without ancestors, England and the Rayal Gallery of Chaplain our

Bernhardt does not work for effects; who r have a personal interest In this Edinburgh there 'will be the finer ex' A. Hobson, H. B. Stevens, E. O. Pain advertising columns that Mr. J. W. brown hair and a face that is 1quant4

': she achieves. them naturally, while she section. iOn amples.. ter' and J. T. Clarke. Rev, Oates is Bishop announces himself a candidatefor rather'. than beautiful, but she Is fln.1"- '

lives' the 'character. It is not acting .this same body of water in. 1892 It, is very desirable that the peopleof acting chairman. the office of tax collector for this clous with. a, sparkling wit and a >
'I you see before .you; It is the woman a fair-sized naval fleet was assembledin 'Tampa patronize this exhibition -, county. ckarm' of personality that makes Jierf Jfrreslstible.

'It ,t whoso words looks pronounced ges-, honor of the four hundredth anniversary as liberally'as possible in order that 1 For the. Toilet Table. I Mr. Bishop Isa son of the late Rev. .' She has a wondsrfuCl

,,c: :' tur 's, slightest movements and very 'of the discovery of America; such pictures as' these may cover, as I Thurlow: Bishop, and was born at Eureka amount* of style and an aristocratic--" 5

: 's 1en e -convey to you direct and full-" in 1907.no nation will be unrepresented far as may be. the walls of our schools I Cologne dropped on a handkerchiefand in this county in 1869. bearing that has captivated the mos

q I 'est meaning., 'You see as she sees, you at the tremendous naval rendezvous Who can calculate the good that may held under the eyes will remove Mr. Bishop's father is rememberedwith exclusive circles In London where i

;_'' fee\.asshe feels and you lose thought which will toe held there. be 'done? 'The noble aspirations 'that (the dark lines -that ,come from fatigue.When reverence and affection by the she is an honored guest at all' enj
the flesh on the face 'be..
for the time being, of Bernhardt's. ex-, President' Roosevelt has ,by authority will rise almost unbidden in the hearts older people of 'the county. He was a 'tertalriments.

J; 4 ijtcnce. as you. follow the fate and for- o'f eongrss invited all countries to and minds of our children when given comessoft and ,flaccid there Is'nothlng Methodist minister of great force and Waldorf Astor, as the oldest son CI
.' quite so effective as an electric' massage -
"'tune cf, the character of life and real- send to the ter-centennial celebration such things! to think 'and ''dream of. sweet consecration. He was a South his enormously wealthy, father i

T ? Ism. their ships of wars and regiments of Look atthe wondrous "Ecce Homo"of : i Carolinian, by birth. and served in the one day inherit the bulk of this far||

1L: L \ .It', .was Marguerite 'Gauthier the their soldiery Our own nation will Guido Rene. Can anyone 'however A good fattening emollient is; .One Confederate army with a clean rec tune. Unlike his father, who I
ounce of butter two of
cocoa ounces
i; audience saw, the woman who found take a conspicuous part and 'the hardened arid world-worn, look at ord. made /himself ridiculous and cIisJikJ
lanoile. Rub in
well forcing the
i:; S ife. 'A.d ,death in love who ascended greatest display of sea power 'that the this, an epitome "human misery, and pores Mr., 3'., ;.W. Bishop was educated in in ,New York and by most American i'! -
to absorb alb will and
they '
sure \
; S /throtjslt: : its Influence. to paradise.. It world has ever witnessed will be in not feel his'heart quiver with pity, the public schools of Marion county for becoming a naturalized Eng1.s! -
*- the skin is perfectly dry when the
S 'waP her -weakness and strength her evidence to honor the celebration not realize that the Man of Sorrow I and attended the Methodist confer- man ,.young Astor; proved himself dem-;?:"
emollient, Is.applied.Don't --,
_ ; Joy/: '.d niseIt' led her through the'vaUci'a which.. has 'meant so much to the has suffered for him? Not feel a desire ence College at Lee burg' for three ocraU ;-and agreeable on a recent trip
forget your beauty bath every .
I : darkest shadow und guided world. that such. misery should not en-I years. He also gradunaed from Emory to New York and reversed the ill feel*
day with cold water. It will havea
L >".f at .last Into the light that is glad From, the inception of the movement dure in vain? Again, gaze with dreamy j 1 College at Oxford, Ga. He taughtsix Ing that existed against him on a&..
hardening effect on the skin and
,. and; gttden.t. o' to. celebrate the. event every' energy yes at the "Last Supper" by BonI- j I tissues. years In the schools of?this county, count of his -father.'

.During /heir stay in Jacksonville of the managers has been directed toward lacero. See St. John as he lies 'on the j was bookk eper' ,for three years for .
After the toilet face
of the has ueen Mr. Marcus membe'of
tM "Ocala Crowd"' were guests at the the end that the celebration breast of his Lord. Note, the rapture 1 the Oklawaha Lumber Company at Frank senior _
I completed It is well to rub it with ,
the Variety Store who is V
..Ara'. Hotel should 'be historic. not commercial in of his look Can any see that, scene Silver Springs and is" at present 'Is now' -

: ____,r. I character and, that it should teach to and not realize how truly the Son of a silk handkerchief, this gives a polish bookkeeper for the Camp Phosphate New York buying his: sP.t'ingn. ,

.: ::Rev, and Mrs. c. -E. Powell and all visitors ,the salient fact inountry's our Mary; loved, and loves His own? not a shine to the face. which is very Company of 'this city. summer goods fort said firm, write..,

\ their three handsome little sons who pleasing. back that he run Up against ertreme5j: |
c story; that it should impress" All these pictures lead to pure and In 1899 Mr. Bishop married! Miss

i hav '..spent the past two! months in upon all who viewed it, the humble ennobling. thoughts, and in the plastic I It is well to use a little alcohol after Nettle Barco, a daughter of CoL Nick severe weather. 'He struck i

I" Ocala with Mrs. P well's mother and beginning ot the nation, the various minds and hearts of childhood and of I your bath. Alcohol toughens the, Barco, pf Crystal River. blizzard sp' bitterly cold that se?''

*., 'S slstftr,' Mrs.. R. 'D. Thom'Ps nand. Mrs. stages of development through which youth the,'benefits cannot be estimatedin skin and gets it in the ,condition'toresist Mr. Bishop is an exceedingly exemplary eral persons perished.. ltlvndiclL"1lte '

returned to. their tit the onslought of. the sun windor t : in ."New onl C
J.- .E Chace, have passed., its evolution and Its present dollars and cents. and studious gentleman and York < '
home In Lexington. Kentucky. Their I! grandeur. Once more in- the name? of the cold. has always regarded life sells for on Broadway per acre IBU-
as a'serious
many -!rends; in this city greatly enJoy An Official Affair.. children of our city, I appeal to the An oil rub if your. skin is harsh, and problem and has never wasted his her climate Florida has, a jeff&i
dry will be exceedingly beneficial and ,
1, d their visit beret The .Jamestown celebration is to a people, of ,Tampa to give such pictures tIme in luxurious or notions above price. 'J
_.,),..... will help put it in normal condition. living.
*' : large extent an official government af- to our schools. "He i strictly business -and if
Rifles' elected
The, Banquet.' fair. The President, of the United ]MRS. C. J. HUBER, Tke Greek bath in which seven. partsof to, the office of tax collector -
::-r- pure olive oil ,and one part of the will Rffl
; From' Friday's Daily, States has shown &n Interest in it and President Club'of Current Events. oil, of lavender is used is exquisite an$ make a capable, painstaking and diligent COULD NOl T [

t; Oc .1a'$ crack, ml11'tary'organl t1on. the act of congress which authorized Mrs. Huber was a former teacher at exceedingly refreshing. official

"which rmdertbe "energizing. spirit oft the exposition nominated the secre- the Ocala High School and we hope

tary of ,war, the of the the exhibition she speaks of will be Lemon Juice with glycerine"an excellent -.. Dies in Philadelphia..
Capt. Geo.-A. ,Nash. and his active and .secretary ,I
for freckles and should be
cure !
L t able right and left bowers. Lleuts. treasury, and the secretary of the navyas induced. to come to Ocala. -' NIGHT OR DAY'With .
applied nightly. Another effectivecure
| Last week Dr. L
We Z.
..Graham'and Bell arid splendid roster Jamestown-Tercentennial commissioners want Florida to nroduce great talberg, ,a .
: is to rub a fresh slice of lemon .l.
; of non-commissioned officers and ,en- and directed them to take sculptors painters, poets and orators, young practicing physician of Dunn- .
charge of the government celebration. and to do so their ambition must be over the face. If your face Is too'olly, elba,.and Mr. Harry Stalberg. of this
listed men, has grown to be the second wipe it off with diluted alcohoL Puta city, were called irritating Skin Humor-Whole :J;
_ to
:, in the state, enjoyed'a As' the international 'naval and military Philadelphia on
r company 'pinch of borax in water how and account of the critical illiness Body Affected-. caJp! Itched All!! :1
4 last night. features of the Exposition come of the
magnificent banquet
-: ; The- c mpany now enjoys, a total very largely under the 'jurisdiction of Out in California. then when you wash your face and father ,of the former and brother of the Time andHair, Began to Fall![ ':
use a rice powder that is absorbant
the latter.
: membership of fifty-seven and the the secretary of state, who occupies a' Before reaching the bed-' Out-Wonderful: l Result From > {
t I "Unusual, my dear sir, unusual, not The necessity for soap depends on side of their father land .
banquet last night was mainly for the position analogous to that of ministerof brother he
f the of skin and its .
unprecedented. This 'is the reply quality exposure.If passed away
on the
of arousing enthusiasm in the foreign affairs Tn other countries, night: of March APPLICATION"OF "
purpose made to a tourist this week when we the skin is oily a daily ,bath of soap the fourteenth, these .
organization and swelling its membership and further' as the marine feature connects gentlemen, only
iS were enjoying (?) a: storm which I and water is absolutely necessary. reaching Philadelphia in CUTICURAREMEDIES' 'i
and succeeded In securing three ,closely with the department of time for the ,
4_ *; combined rain, hail snow lightning i I Avoid highly- colored and -oerfumed funeral of the deceased. _
new 'members with a possibility of commerce, it will be seen that no less I I .
and thunder. We have had all these soaps. The "I
enlisting others soon. than five members ,of -president's Ocala friends of the Messrs. I j I am never without Cuticura Soap
I before, but. It is very unusual generally An excellent liquid for keeping the Stalb'erg' will. be to and Cuticura Ointment since I tried, "
I There were .e.i&ht tables last night official family will be closely .connected sorry learn of 1, them last summer. About the latter
coming years apart The tablesin hair in curl Is made with about three their bereavement I :
I_ arranged in the shape of a letter "A" with the celebration. will sympa part July my whole body began to :
:- this being the company's position in Hampton Roads has the largest. deep another column give the temperature tablespoonfuls of quince seed 'added to thlze with them In their sorrow. itch. 'I did'not take much notice of it '

land-locked both the very coldest point a pint of hot water. Put water on Dr. Stalberg. and Mr. Stalberg I at first, but it began to get worse all the
the regiment harbon .on the Atlantic : will
Wpf reached as wellas the highest also seeds and allow to stand several hoursA return home in a few I II time, and then I began to get uneasx
The supper spoke the praise. of Its Seaboard, which has a superficial.area days. and tried all kinds of baths and other .
the ,rainfall.- These tables are accu- few drops of violet or other perfumes -,- .
# promoters. namely Captain Nash, Sergeants of nearly one hundred and. sixty I Mr. ; remedies that were recommended for
; rate, being from U. S. government may be added. ; Albertus Vogt famlliary-known skin humors but I became worse'S11 I -
; ,
miles the of -
square greatest part '
Ditto: and Dunn and Privates l to' ;
L.. which On'this tested instruments. There is but little his friends in this section as the I the time. My hair began to fall out and ;

"s a Cole. and Gate?,. There were' a number affords safe anchorage. general damage done by either the Hon. R. Hudson Burr railroad com- "Duke of Dunn llon." is now proprie my scalp itched all the tune. Especially

I. of invited guests among whom was splendid 'body of water may be floated old or the hall right around Red- missioner, says that he will be a can tor of the .New Phoenix hotel at Bar- at night, just as soon as I wouldetmbedandgetwarnmywholebod5

'S Capt. A. H. Blandlng. regimental adjutant i without overcrowding. the navies of didate for the renomination to that tow. His letter head 'reas ,:
lands. But it would
civilization. sure was unusual and as follows: begin-to itch and finger naia
) of Gainesville. office. This will release Mr. Burr from my :
ii: a repetition is not deslred.-Redlands "Newly painted and newly refurnish- would keep irritated, and it was not '
captain Nash acted as toast master There is fine camping ground for the official i long before
which ed I
L (Cab) Citrograph. throughout. six hundred feet of i could not rest night or day.A '
and appropriate and impromptu addresses troops on the shores of the Roads him to silence Just now and enable wide varandas. ,one of 1 friend asked me to try the Cuticura ,, '
-r' : were made by Captain Nash, where an international military encampment .A Big Cabbage him to publicly :defend the Railroad managed hotels .In'the. generously \ cation Remedies, and*I did,and the first appU- :: 1f

,Lieutenants Graham and Bell, Captain will' be held continuouslyfrom south ] helped me wonderfully. For ) '
1 -' Commission against the charges of inefficiency splendid livery, fine saddle horses about four weeks I would take* hot
;..S.- Blanding. Mr. C. L. Bittlnger and a May to December, 1907. Next to the biggest cabbage we made against it The peo- good: roads service j' bath every night and then apply the
representative of this, The largest tuned parade ground In have ever seen was given to us last unexcelled, a Cuticura'Ojnt
paper. ple really want to know if the Com home for travellers and to my whole body; ;

& Seldom has the armory held a more the world will be at the exposition, week by Mr. S.'Lovell, of Sparr, and mission is an effective ,body In car- men. delightful for naval. stores and time I I kept getting better, and bI tti8
I and on this sward tourists and In i used four Dox g of Cuticura 1 was
International it
'enthusiasticgatht rlng. drills was only one of a field that Mr. Lo- rying out the purposes for' which it midst of
bearing entirely cured and
orange stopped
and manoeuvres will be shown. There vell says were very 'nearly if not the 1 grapefruit | my
:i was organized: and Mr. Burr's ,candi- and tangerine (roves." His falling out but I continue to use the
Iot-AfrvsCold Type. the, militia of the several states will same size. This shows what can be friends, : CUtiCWa0Umy5p.!
dacy will enable him ,to speak fuUrand here will be glad to know It keeps all dan-I -
--- come in close contact with oun regular grown on our soil if properly culti- freely on the sUbject.-Llve Oak prospering and besides that be Is I' druff out and scalp is always '

S As will be seen from"an open letter army. This feature appealed very vated. This, cabbage measured fully Democrat hotel he running good j I .lace always use Cuticura'Ointment on my :
is after
6t Hon. Hudson Burr member of': strongly to the late president of the three. feet across' and would easily fill formulating plans, in connection nothing t shaving, and have found
with Mr. ua.llt. I will be
S. never
the railroad .commission. to Editor Exposition Company, General FItzi -, a large sized tub. Besides growing The members of Dickison Chapter. and the G. Bon Durant I without it." D.RBlankenshit,

.Frank itarrls of the Ocala Banner, i.I hugh Lee whose. experience in two cabbages :Mr.' Lovell has been ex U. D. C.. of Ocala, have decided to electric Chapman brothers, to 'build an 319 N.DeL St,

I 'Wh1 h.'ts published elsewhere in .this I wars had 'taught him that the greatest tremely successful n.growIng lettucefor erect a monument in that city in honor road across the peninsular of.1 i; Oct 27, ,1905. Indianapolis! ; lad.

: Issue, Commissioner Burr has 'challenged : trouble with. the citizen soldiers was the market and Ills ledger shows' of the Confederate dead., and show Florida. from the Atlantic to the Gulf. ;

; : Harris ,to a public dls- 1 i: their Inability to learn quickly camp all to the good. their respect for ,the. memory of their His"Duke"friends will express be the wish that the j RECOMMENDED[ TO. ill[1 IB

: > .. "cussion. :; of the.. .. question. Indicated In ,i life and the discipline of the regular Mr. Sidney Lanier, In one of his- dead heroes. Prominent citizens of successful In his plans j '11 Have used
'that finticura
_.i- the ''letter. Editor: Harris being ::1:,army. He ,said that sometimes two or celebrated poems, said there was more Ocala have been chosen to cooperate ,-1, his dreams of Flqrl a's j chafing of infants Ointment for
future and
'. Ii( 'challenged- party. and therefore thej I three weeks :were lost that might have In, the man than in the. land, but In with the Daughters 'of the. Confederacy may be realized. I elder In skin disea.c3es 7r- were as given they treat grew

:.ing. choice of'weapons, baa declined ', been utilized successfully it militia and the meat with that and the Cuticura
i the the ease of Mr. Lovell the, land, and memorial will be a We are, receiving I Soap.
')-, 'L"'' '.'&>*fight",with'..not alr.Md; chooses cold 1 had only learned their lessons before the manmet, and .a whole field of cabbages reminder 'of the heroic deeds of that The last'' issue 'contained great ma lY'l ncver.found, aa these it 1'1 cesary-to call! (locr f
.t \-5type.,":''WtU. Commissioner Burr. agree,]'actually.entering. the service., like the one Mr.. Lovell presented brave soldier, General' DickIson, who columns of original over twenty .if used as direeted., are a sure cure,

-- '_'-., i, ; Jc ti ;lace is, big"gun,,"like 'the .Ocala. ,edl !*l Besides.. the, drills sham! tattles 'will us. is. the: result Mr. Lovell .did such noble work' in 'the defense of the quality was not in set the matter* ,; and f.'I mend them to al1'niothr":il.anjgladtorecom-Sincerely .J;.

I !ttg .. 1adctto._ the. nuzzle_ with >type lie fought These are in time of peace was accompanied .by Mrs. 'L veU and our home", sagainst the enemy dUrIng with the stereotyped s e class IYOU1'8 June ; Mrs. F. A. KDflMd

Oo er..lnf rman J 1[: the best Instructors for "and 'al- S the % stuff usually 21, 1905. St.PaulPark,1inn.
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* : Shoes Shirts, Ties Hats and Underwear. YOU are Sure to be Pleased With This, Selection
i Men's: '$5.00,shoes, price ______$3.48I ns' shirts! ,.Madras.& Linen_.._79c E 20.doz.)>oy's and girls/ windsor. ties' jirard( plastic Seam Drawers____ 39c } '=
1 Men's $3:50 shoes, price ____._$2.98, Men's shirts, fancy, 75c. value.__49c If in all colors 15 and 25c., value_ JOe I Men's Lisle u. shirts and drawers.T39c }. .
! Ladie $2.f shoes,price------$1.98 Men's shirts, fancy,'50c;'value __39c I Men's $2.50 Hats, all shapes......$1.98 Men's a zeu.sh.jrtsand drawerst9c'
l Ladies.$2.00 shoes, price _____$J.63 Men's four-in-hand'25a value9c Men'sTelescope and Fedora hats.$J.49 Men's black and fancy Hose.r____9c -
i- Men's four-in-hand ties 50c. value37c I lot 'I Men's black and Hose___.. '
: Ladies' $1.75 ,shoes price----_$1.39 Big brokensizessyndi'atesale93c: fancy te .
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. 1785 yds.Crepe de Chiepe} waisting, 500 yds.fancy Sijk,'Grenaidene weight 1000 yds. Indian Head regular 12c 5000 yds. Valencienes Lace, Edging
' mercerized, regular 25c. value.. J.Sc.sutable. for waisting-,_________39c and 15c values ------'._.'-------9c and Insertion, syndicate price.3c
983 yds. White, Mull' waisting and 500 yds.. Mull, all shades, regular 2,5c 812 yds. French linen-finish Suiting, 10OOQyds. Cambric EmbroideryEdg-
" suiting, regular 2f.c value__.___ J5c 'value, syndicate price _______. J5c 15c and 25c values..- \2Vz and J5c ing and Insertion, our price. .5c
: 1800 yds. Basket Weave waIst ng and 800 yd. Belfast Chambrays, all colors, 1896 yds. French dotted Swiss. all 1000 yds. Swiss Embroidery, .14 in. f K
. suiting, 17c to 20c value______J2c, regular lac value..... _,__ ____9c colors, syndicate price -.'_'.-....9c wide, syndicate price ....------J6c .
1100 yds. Satines, mercerized, 1200 yds. Cranford Seersucker GinglOOQ yds. Long Cloth and Nainsook, 10,000yds. Valenciennes Lace, regular .

. regular 25c value------_______J5c hams, fast colors :_-_--.------8c 40 in. wIde, syndicate price__;-_tie 1'Oc and 15c values_:--------_..7c
, 985 yds. Bril i iantines, all colors, 50c 1500yds. Musseliine tissues, all shades 18'OOyds, Lonsdale'Cambric, 86 inches Torchon Lace, extra wide, good quality -
; to l,50t. syndicate price 23c to 59c 2Qc and 25c values____ \2\ and J5c wide, syndicate price_________._9c syndicate sale.T,5 and ?J4c
. 1240 ydH. 36-in. Taffeta Silk, all shades 18 56 yds. Lucille Organdie, wIth large 1400 yds cott6n Voiles, all shades for Oriental Lace in, all shades and widths

I the very latest, worth 51.5.01'98c figures and flowers.. __*_______J5c suits and skirts__...._12Vz and f5c syndicate price -.-.-- \1yz and 25c
: 986 yds. imported Japanette Silk, Buit875 yds. Deminere Organdie, silk : 1500'yds. white mercerized Waisting, 500 yd s. Lace Yoking in the latestableforkimonasanddraperles.38r.
striped, 20o and 25c. values.__J2Jc regular 35cand 40c valuelri23c designsour price -------25 to 69c
500 yds. 20in. Poresques, all shades 100 yds. Rosewood Zephyrs, silk 3000 yds. solid-color Lawn, regular: '. 200 yds Emb. Yoking, latest designs,
: regular 65c to 750 value.53c finish, regular 20c and 25 value 2c I 12c and .15c values ,_.__ "j___9c 75c to $2 values:___49c to $L48
500 yds 22in. Taffeta Silk,,all shades, 500 yds. cross-bar and checked Walst7.8 yds. Vendetta Batiste, "regular! 8c 1000 ladles belts In gold and silver

regular 65c and 75c values..----48c ings, white, syndicate sale. ._ 7c Value, syndicate pr ce-:_-----...;--5e gilts, also fancy, regular 75c and
900 yds.. China Silk, all shades, regu8000 yds, fast-colored Laws, 'stripes, 763 yds. Turquoise! Silk] latest tints $1 values; syndicate sale price
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::. ..NoujNcEifts.7'ApA1MAN 'T() HAVE OPPOI ''I', Tampa is having lots of'trouble'witf Millionaire\! Comment, 1 .- ; I

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: A .- : : say that money cannot buy I c...'to th. Bidcra

We_, leara from, the Tampapapers. Rmmett Maxwell living. In Wauluila .THEY 8we te at.thing In'life- One of the 'greatest of living jttfcey ThI: who works bii.44'
friends, respect dollar tee In.
heaven.. remarkable collection of from ATe aJustice' bet.--
far District Attorney- that Hon. Park Tramra*>U of Lakeland county, -committed suicide' Tues- content haa a ndotherwise. the to
of afore
a4mh'ersmW1 WU peace 15,000 ,
from f
c: Or e'en a loving; wife. trtiratet
will oppose "Hon. Stephen M. Spark :day.. .- They uy: that money cannot buy .. It contains;, amonfr other the supreme court of hU.state ; z'

E To the Democratic Voters'of-the Fifth man for congress In the coming prl These things for me alas! But I- strange things, pawn tickets, writs and a long and bard path to climb. 4
Don't arrest any man when he gets Well, don't know! 4 .
contributed by
Circuit. for
Judicial Bummoases. climbed this path twenty
mary. full the spirit of enterprise. We
I hereby announce myself a candidate on What bought my private arT Just. 'backers of his mounts, talismans with Industry, perseyerance pai'
for the office.of States Attorney If Mr. Trammell will announce as the seed lots"ol it In Florida. ea1th.r 4 all kinds to bring him luck la nil
: Circuit at the .. yacht. of above all with, that self control ..
r tor the Fifth Judicial What bought my lovely ,
tracts for his spiritual -
democratic primaries to be held May chief plank of his, platform that he Which sails me to the lands where healthIs races, sermons and keen sense of right and 1
Remember every farmer in good old found recipeS for all kinds of wrong J;( sal
lith 1506. favors federal aid for the const'ructionof in every spot wellare.
traced the
_r I .. \. EDWIN W. DAVIS. :Marion has a chance at the ten dollar What pays my specialist, dear Jim ailments, from coughs to a tendencyto always clearly dividing 1 lies

r national: highways, he will make pumpkin.l. x To keep me in such perfect trim? corpulence .forms for Insuring between his duty to his client and ..

ff For County Judeo -- the race an interesting one. \ Well 1. don't know! ., agalust .accidents, offers: of,'mania g9,. 'duty society and truth. HU thiTt

? the Citizens ofMarion, County: Rivers flowing from the mountains \ Miss Sue 'Barco:. who spent .the past What bought the most delightful''wife accompanied b/ bundles of, photographs frankness of statement assured .,

I announce that I am a candidate to the sea are deepened by: appropriations few days with Mrs. W.. H. Powers, Is A man could hope to win?fnllfe of would be wives welshers' confidence of judge and jury |In es: .

for nomination and re-election of Marlon to the from the national treasury and now the guest of her uncle and aunt What The cloibes buys her.she every dazzles wish in? tickets and a pair of wornout boots argument His habit of fully admit 1"d

office County.ot subject County to Judge the Democratic harbors have received the fosteringcare Mr, and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, where And If her heart beats not for me with the legend: "All that is left of the weak points in his case giinedi If

: And I am not adored, ;you see- York to Ld> their close attention to his m: !
Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. them after. walking from strong :
of the national government. she will be until her mother .returns I don't know *
i In the active administration when clients brought him !
As am engaged don. Backed all your mounts. and qVesdoi!
of the duties of the office Why Is a river of more Importance from Miami. dl
And heaven? Oh. of course I don'tExpect A few years ago after his.horse had able cases his advice was alwljI
it will not be possible for me to makean '
c than a highway? Why should the sea
to In suit
get free. well known to bring
active or extended campaign. Col.. W.. N. Camp after spending the lost an Important race a :.1
coast receive the special bounty of But If the Lord meant. what be said he said to
I solicit the support of the Democratic turfman went up to.the. Jockey ana "Yes once a malfwhiit.ID
past two weeks in Ocala and at Sarasota Concerning charity
Electors of Marlon county, and and all the land stretch- him such a case "there
government ,The tithe I'll give before I die made him a formal and public presentation fered ; b niii

-v pledge to them administration an honest of the faithful.duties ing from sea to sea, teeming with, a will leave tojajr; for lloaaoke Will slip me through the needle's eye t, of a sliver snuffbox, saying sonable doubt that I can gain 1 11l'ci'; otH

and of upright the office if it be their desire great population and industries that Va_, ,stopipng over a day or two in Or I don't-know! that if he would look inside he wouldsee ,for ypu. I can set a whole Jielghbi. tl

that I shall again serve them. Savannah with, his ,daughter, Mrs. G. to ride hood at loggerheads: I can distr
have made .the nation what it is, receive For happiness? Well money bought the kind of horse he ought 1 8'

Respectfully JOSEPH BELL. no bounty at all? F. Armstrong.Mr3. This ninety cent cigar; In future. The jockey opened the box, widowed mother and her six fatherlra

-w It bought this chair In which 1 loll; dozen fat snails. children and thereby gain for yon 6c
and found In it half a
If the amount of had v
same money I John F. Towles and her sister -. It bought this private car;
which rightfully belongs, It
For District Attorney. been expended for the construction of It bought this cognac-and. I guess, It was the same satirical owner who appean|
_ I ,"Miss Elizabeth Carr after spend- If 'all this is not happiness; on another occasion presented hIS jockey me, as much to them as it does to i
-t' To the Voters of the Fifth Circuit:- roads that has been expended on 11;
I hereby announce my candidacy for good ing a few days in Ocala left Tuesdayfor Well.- don't know! with a sumptuous casket, which on I shall not take your case but 'I1-J

$ # the office of state attorney for the fifth rivers and harbors and in ,building their home at Boston,. -Mass. ,Mr. Helen Rowland In New York Press. being opened disclosed a wooden spoon, give you a little' advice for not. I

Judicial circuit of Florida. composed Sum-off battleships, we ,would have national Towles will remain In Ocala land this and to a third jockey who had failedto You seem a sprightly, energetic oaaft r
the counties of Marion Citrus all sections of the Wanted Proof. would advise to try
highways ramifying handed you bang
ter. Hernando and Lake subject to the section for some time longer. win an important race he your
democratic primary to be held May 15, country and it would be possible to Representative Chalk Bees'on of Kansas a pair of crutches bought from .a beggar making $COO In some other way." c

14: and solicit .the suppo. of the democratic travel with convenience from New It the frost killed 'your pumpkinscall the\ head of a forestry station that on the course. He would have nothing to do wiaTejl! t

voters of this district. gives trees to farmers, in an addressto "tricks" of the profe'sion, thouifi\ c
CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. York to San Francisco and from Seat- at the O. K. grocery and get more WHen John Singleton, a clever jockey -
w ; a'woman's said "Trees
congress : are
first met these readily enough when !.
tIe to Tampa. seed free of charge-we want1 you to like children. In the beginning they of nearly two centuries ago,
ticed by others. He never knowb
the farmer
In Yorkshire
1b For Tax Collector:- The United States today would be get the ten dolalr prize. x glve'us' a great deal of trouble and won a race
whose horse he had ridden to victorywas undertook a case In which JUSticen f
: : To the Marlon County Derocracy: the most, delightful land under the worry and in the end we are very on the side of his opponent That s! 1
J that I have filled the posi- so delighted with his achievementthat
Believing Mr. CEL Cork of. Orange Lake,
of them. are
sun. It would be next heaven. whose proud. Young trees vex-
lion Of tax collector for state and he made him apresent of a ewe inconvenient honesty prompt 4 )
-.- county during"lay occupancy oi the of- atrroti, W &f? told, ar-a paved with made this office a pleasant, call one atbu; young children are the same. I whose offspring soon mustered a round him In his storekeeplng days to tki '

to large majority of day this week and tne vegetable know of WliS Sit is bU etudr
flee acceptably a gold. says a man started Ike z-hp- the mum SSf g? In search of a wtssgl
dozen ana really
; : the tax payers of the county I anti 'In that favored section of old one afternoDu writing a speech when ;
: growers, be bad Innocently defrauded of
nounce myself a candidate for reelection The construction of good roads is herd lad on his career as a jockey. a

- subject to the action of the in the direction of peace and 'why not Marion are ,on the hustle and every- his'son called shrilly from the garden: Singleton was very proud of and grateful ounces of tea while weighing o t\
county democracy in the primaries of for 'Papa. papa. look out of the win' made it hIm
thing looks favorable. at present groceries impossible for ,
'war his fee.
15 next. From now until build for peace the same as for ? dow!' for singular
May ,
a large crop. In this he furnished a great dohis best with a poor case. "8"' 5t,'
the primary comes oft will .be my Good roads will certainly contributeto 'What a' touteacce children are!' respect ,
busiest season in the office, so much contrast to a well known jo key; who he once exclaimed turning mIdden3jhis |, |
the wealth and happIness of the ;
the old mau. but he
\ so that.it will be ,impossible for me Tile 'Ocala Banner was printed on grumlleil rapidly when a check for $1,500 was handed to associate, "the, man Is ruI1tr..IPI
_ to the public in country more than battleships so why put down his and with a half < "
to aeglect my duty pen defend him I can't and
-1- of green paper and the St. Augustine him by the owner of a horse on which ; gave tp]
order to'make a personal canvass do our statesmen drain the national smile advanced, t:> the window prompt hare
of large fee.-Helen
a Nicola
the county. It would be a pleasure Record was printed in green Ink in he had won a ,race.crumpled It up contemptuously ;i|
for me to meet the people at the various treasury for the building of the one Iy and'stuck-forth his head. St Nicholas. .
c; honor of St. Patrick's Day. The beautiful with the remark that he
meetings that In aU probability and turn their,backs resolutely againstthe 'Well, John.what is it? said he.
_ "often -
S wUl be arranged by the county democratic shade trees in Gainesville all Thejboy from a group of youngsters had received more for riding atwoyearold.chIcgo j

-k* executive committee to take other? wore green leaves in honor of the called up. 'Papa. Jimmie Smith did News. STAGE EPIGRAMS.
> plac over the county within the nextk Why do they'contend that,the deep-
"n event- Sun. not believe that bad no hair on
two months but J think.that all good Gainesvilje you The
theater is the chastener of life: 1
ening of a river and the deepening of "
citizens who know me will understand the top of your head! Baltimore Sun. POINTED PARAGRAPHS.When .

: that it is duty before pleasure withv a harbor is authorized by the con- Invaluable for RheumaticI :.-.. Euripides. 1

me. Isubmit, my candidacy upon my stitution and the construction of a have been spffering for the past Official Courtesy UDa preeIDted. a man Is loaded 'you always An actor' is a public Instructor;
official record an dlf' elected for an- few :years with a severe atack of Euripides. .
; other term of office, I will do my duty highway is prohibited by it? rheumatism and found that Ba.llard'sSnow know It but it's different with a gun. .1

_ ,, as 1 have In the past. National highways will benefit a Liniment was the only thing Keep telling a boy he never will The theater is the .mirror-e .lIte.., ..

Very respectfully, that gave satisfaction and ;it tended Sophocles.
larger population and its benefits will amount to anything, and he genera111won't. _
E. L. CARNEY. to alleviate 'my pains. March 24, 02. Actors
are the only honest jjpj
be more directly felt, by the people olin C. Denman, Kingman. IlL 2Sc. F

For" Tax Collector and will more largely contribute to SOc. and 11.00. All druggists. :m A six weeks' engagement will ;put a crites.-HazIitt jI

lot of conceit Into a man but six minutes .- The theater is the devil's own l
_ : 'I hereby' announce, my candidacy the trade, traffic, dealth and glory of The firts three qualifications for the
_- ....for the offl6e of tax collector of MarIon the U irir of married life are. sufficient to tory.-Edward Allyn _.
: country. foundation of successful retail business -
county, -Florida" subject to the a U il' I I take it out The stage represents fiction asiffjj

rjr democratic primary to be held Mayq The Interior section has been neg- are undoubtedly. a good store. It is wonderful bow many have were fact.Betterton.The
:i 15 1905! ind solicit the support of the lected long enough and If Mr. Tram- stock at fair and
voters of this ,county. .a .prices- courteous U : watches considering how few there'arela stage Is the field for the orate

Jt W. BISHOP. met will make this matter the chief intelligent salesmanship. Manya C, the world to whom time really seemsto as well as the comedian.-Rosdnil
; "%. For County 'Treuurer- plank in his platform and make it :successful business has been builton be of any value. I A passion for dramatic art Is.lnbe,
With the of hearty
L;! appreciation assurance for ,past support my I res- plain to the people he will be no less the foundation of'these three ,qualIfications 'Perhaps a man's eyesight grows poorer ent in the nature of man.-Edwin)1'{ :

for the astonished than his opponent at ,the alone-Ben B. Hampton. with the years as merciful. way rest' -
L .P Ctfully submit my candidacy
., ._ treasurvshio of Marion county subr enormous vote he will poll. Of preventing him from seeing his The drama la the most refined pleej-l

_ ,* Ject of 'course to the coming democratic ,Why. the Interior ,has been so long ,GFvesHeaith, Vigor and Tone. : wrinkles and gray hairs. are of a 'polished people.:-Dioncanit '

prImary --.- / I We 'a Is called'"w :-
man -
: THOS. E., PASTEUR.. neglected that one of the 'newspapers suppose
Herbine is a boon to sufferers from man's protector" foil the reason that atUiaT
-- printed in one of the seaports of the It is in-drama where poetry
i... aneamia. By its use the blood is he her from others imposing
For. Tax Assessor- state had the temerity, not rong agoQ quickly .regenerated and the color be- protects its loftiest 111 t.-Don Luis I. of r.x-

-4' ': Thanking my friends for 'past favors ask. ,what' does Ocala want with a comes normaL 'The droooping upon her preferring to do it all .him; tugaL" ,.

.I strength is revive TJhe languor Is self.-Atchison Globe. '
L % respectfully announce myself The stage is more powerful than'pJatform' *| ,
public buildlpg anyhow? diminished. Healthvigor and tone Young Policeman (running in old offender
_ : candidate 'for
i a renomniation in the the the pulpit! !
,The seapot'cities predominate. New life and press _
next, have been so long )-Mind the step there. : .
c primary. PrailBC tl Lai? laa.. Anna Dlck1ns ,
.. activity results Mrs. Belle H. Shriel. n.

..tALFRED YElL the wards of the that Old Offender (scornfuII-arn wPyer
-:. '. government they Middlesborough, II., writes,' 'I have It must be admitted that some of comedy la like a cigar; if good'i,
i: : begin actually to believe that the Interior been troubled with liver complaint I Knowed these I'ere steps afore '
; Just Reverse It. the best work that has IJved has been cry one wants a box; If bad no amOTint<
and blood, and have found noth- was born.-Tatler.
> ": .. has no rights whatever and that ing to poor benefit me like Herbine. I you done, by indolent men. This Is especially of, puffing will 'make it draw. H {

_ Editor Frank Harris, of the Ocala the federal ,treasury belongs to them have wished that I had known It in true as regards literature. The James Byron. -
my husband's time." 50cts. m Eaay. finest description of a sunrise was
wholly. .
r Banner has been advocating the abolishment -
-.__--- The professor of 'mathematics expe- I
written the Thomson in bed.
by poet
]t. of the 'RaIlroad commission, The time has 'now come when the One of the oddities! of. postal ratesis rienced quite a little difficulty in ,making Coleridge was one of the most indolent Some Dig Oyiten. ... _

interior is going to make its demandson one of his class ,comprehend the The usual size of'the shell of an 0
-r Commissioner'' R. Hudson Burr the rule that applies to blotters. Advertisements of'ruin, yet his work is, of its kind, '
tcr is three to five Jncfaes. bat aw
the general government. It will theory of limits. To make the theorem
printed on ordinary unapproacbed. One of the most Important -
r', has challenged him ,to. a debate on the demand federal aid for the construc- paper more'intelligible he resorted to the fol. l'team' back in tertiary times there were:
go for'one cent each two ounces, improvements in the
ters in California that had shells t1I1r7t
aubject. When Mr. Burr sets through tion of good roods. It will demand ap- lowing illustration:
as printed matter, but advertisements gine was due to indolence,, of James 1i:
--4; IWIth, the Ocala Editor; hell ;>lyWish' proprlation's for the construction of "Now Mr. 0.," he proposed "supposeyou teen inches long and seven or elJlM
printed on blotting papers are con- Watt Many other examples mgt be Inches wide. The animal and sbe!
he'd never accepted that kind"dfadvertising. were 100 feet from a rabbit and *l
public buildings postofflces, customhouses but
quoted; as a general rule it is
sidered merchandise and doubtless tw
must pay you gave him chase and in the first I weighed fifteen or
.-Zolfo 'AdvertlserMi court 'houses and land offices. .. fairly correct' to say that work which 1nd
.. one' cent an ounce. minute you gained one-half of'the, intervening pounds since the shells were fire
,-' That makes us smile. In a newspa- The great interior feels that the distance and likewise in' the la the outcome of meditation or pro- I! es thick. These oysters hare long beefe.

,. per scrap, Frahk Harris. would make time is ripe tor an' equal distributionof While In town call at the 0. K.. gro- next and in each succeeding minute; at, longed observation is best performed extinct but their fossil shells are b. i

+:: the Hon. Hudson Burr feel} and look federal aid and Is going to demand cery and get your pumpkin seed free last if you were four inches from 'the I by people whose natural Indolence'makes chant If the oyster farmer could pro-J

.... like' a. two-cent piece perforated with her full rights and make 'a contentionfor of charge-you have until the middleof rabbit. would yon ever catch him? Re- them careless of the strife and duce individuals of such enormous tti'i, '"

S holes. He would be out of his element bustle In which an active temperament now and the flavor were good la p
: all that belongs to her. April to plant x member, you gain one-half of the inter-
would tend to immerse them.-Pear portion to Its size would be IIlO! i
: in an argument with the Ocala Mr. Trammel'has it- in his power to -- vening distance each minute.[ son's. we

Editor.-Tampa Tribune. #make a hot, stirring and interesting Dr. E.: H. Armstrong the renowned "If I was four inches from the rab. fortunate. In that case a single ojsttrf

------ I Eye and Ear Specialist of Jacksonville bit." replied the student, "I would would be enough for one stew at
Nerve of
reach out and grab it.PhiladelphiaLedger. a Stowaway. church festival-St Nicholas.
'. Minority LeaderJ John Sharp WIlliams The voters of .the Interior will lis ,who has been making. ,professional The captain of a Mediterranean liner :I

-ic* congressman from Mississippi tours _ -
ten gladly to a message such as we throughout the 'state. will / was talking about stowaways. The Flnt Skat ea.

says ..that. democracy .should *devote be here "Most of those fellows he said 'j
have outlined above. represented by one of his A Poier. As1 late as the sixteenth oentmt

-k all its energies to winning the next leading specialists from the office It ah "have an excessive quantity of cheekof -
I If Mr. Trammell is wise he wih home was at English election meet- skates in England were very prf.prltiv!

-- ,house of representatives and that by seize upon this opportunity and makeit on April 2-3 and may be seen "at big and an excited man shouted to.the brass. Once we discovered a stowaway for we learn that the London appre

doing this the election of president InV blossom and ripen into rich fruit the Ocala House. All eye troubles, candidate: a few days out from New York tices used to tie bones to their feet &

1908 would take care of itself, That chronic and nervous diseases handled "Don't beat about the bush; answer and put him to work in ,the galley.A under their heels. Writing In 166L 1

-i if the next house is democratic 'the PROPOSALS.Sealed without drugs or operations. Do' not my question 'Yes' or 'No-! lady on a tour of inspection pausedby Evelyn .speak of "the strange .

The candidate replied "But. dear the stowaway as be sat peeling po .
action of the democratic majorJty in miss this opportunity to see the ,.doctor my wonderful dexterity ot the slide .
'proposals will be received at sir there are some questions which tatoes. be10
(;1. .bmes'Jtrk "performed
that body would demonstrate to the : : ,
it will be "
; the office of the clerk of the circuit as some time, before he caunot be answered 'Yes',or \Xo' 'How soon do you think we'll reach their majesties by divers gaatleac

-3: : country that fitness of the party for court at Ocala. Florida up to is here ,agam. 3-23-2t The interrupter replied rudely with Naples?',she said to him. and others with scheets. after the ni31;..

greater responsibilities and its necessity twelve. o'clock noon. Friday, the 'single exclamation "Bosh!" 'Well madam' he replied, 'I'm doIng :
nor of the Hollanders with what sWifJ
to the whole country, as well April 6. 1906 'for the labor and Through Train and Sleeping Car Ser all I to her
get Tues
; completion of a two-story court houseto vice Between Jacksonville, Fla. "Very well replied the speaker, "I by nesse the..- p SJ:. how sU '1iinlY the", .

i as Its conservatism and constructive be 'erected for Marion county Fla. and Augusts! Ga. will prove what I say. Now.'sir: the day.n. % stol in full carriage. [ IPTI. the Ice." ;,-

capacity. to be situated in Ocala according to question I will put to you Is this: 'Have, T '
plans and specifications on file eat this Effective Jan. 10th. 1906. the Atlantic An Affidavit.
left off wife
beating ? New '
office and at the. you your As: EaUliao Dainty.
office of the architects -
I The Zuber-Sumner Lumber Coast Line' will inaugurate Pull '.nIl '
Company.The ? suggestion of an English barrister -
Times. E
'VV Chamberlain
fe Co., at Bir- The greases treat kn'>wn to the <:.:
man Sleeping car service between that certain
a matter
was a
mingham. Ala. kirno boy or grl'is a !lamp of sol
Zuber-Sumner lumber company Jacksonville. Fla..; and Augusta. Ga. The Realiat. subject for oral examination, not for
- 1 A certified check or draft for 8 per Trains leave Perhaps you think tlicre is notiuDf|
Is the name of an enterprising firm centof the amount of the bid Jacksonville at 8:55 a. "Sketchem is a. wonderful artist Isn't"What's affidavit agreed with the emphatic very strange in that The strange pat
must m.. and arrive Augusta at 6:55 p. m., opinion of an English justice
accompany each proposal as .a be? recently tI
that 4s Is the have
erecting a saw mill! at Berlin. attording day-light service betweenthe very funny way they
guarantee that the successful retired. lie was ;
be done now? once trying ,a case at "
2 The members of this two points. Dining car service eating the 'iht-y roll the 'Oej
firm were in bidder will make a good and solvent sugar
Ocala Wednesday and will become bond in the sum of$50.000 for the will be operated between Jacksonvilleand "In, a magazine story he illustrated the Manchester assizes In which a man morsel in a piece of tobacco leaf T .

faithful performance of his contract YEma.;see for. breakfast and for this line: 'For an hour she sat silent had been cross examined upon an affidavit -I they U34
In their cheek and, $
factors in the lunch.- place _
county's developmentWe The right Is reserved to reject any and motionless waiting.' The pictureIs Summing up the evidence to the, Ins their bold It the! .
trains from
Evening ail Smith Flor- lips delightedly
wlsh.thls new firm great success. may or all be bids deemed or to accept advantageous any bid to which the ida points make direct connections at so realistic that if you watch it for jury, the judge said "Gentlemen, of all until it is dissolved. This daintf '

county. i Jacksonville affording the quickest half an hour It neither' speaks"nor the weapons in the whole armory of Iniquity -I JIlt':{ .

: One of the best forms of advertising Address all proposals to i and best service 'between ',Florida. and moves Wonderful simply wonderful there is nothing to equal an affidavit FlIed set known"laloop" and is the choicest 8toma ;
to the little,Eskimo
for a retail merchant is the IntellIgent H. W. LONG Augusta. !"-Kansas City Times. for concealing the truth." i.1
ti-; Chairman Board .County Commissioners I For further information see ticket
use of his show windows. It agent ,
or write .
Ocala. Fla. 36TuS. Different Service. '.
would be pretty Jiard. to find anything T. SISTRUNK. Clerk Circuit I J. G. KIRKLAND. Faith, and Work. Didn't Seed To. "Yes sir" IOOt "
said the soldierlyman
1c. : much better than that In the window Court and ex-ofncio clerk to the Boardof D P. A. Tampa Fla. Tess-Mr. Gayman. of c..ourse.1s a no- "It's too bad'sald the judge caustic- "
"J have fifteen years
County Commissioners ,. torious flirt and yet his wife declaresshe Jly. -that the spent fI:
*-** r you can display the article Itself. The ,Atlantic Coast Line operates defendant should have my life In the-service of my country.

/ i 't. you can place It attractively, make its The president should come to Florida the finest of Pullman Buffet Cars on has great faith in him. cho:::*" t TJ for counsel You know "So have I," volunteered fh !of'
Jess-My tear girl when a society not' i.a'>out law." '
.surroundings pleasant and on a bright and hunt "blind tigers" and nlg- its day trains and Pullman Buff.t browed individual offering his hand-'f '.

-n 1 .and well-printed you can describe i eers playing craps. It is getting to bea Sleeping .Cars.en' ita' night. trains b. woman she speaks of her faith in her husband .. "%Vci. your honor" replied the young .r "What were you in torraouU:, \
tween Ocala"and Jacksonville. simply. means faith in his lawyer "1 don't need to to this court." CjI
; the merits of the aru'cl and quote sport ranking with bear hunting and Con- I Post
ability to make> '
i *' nections made there for all points East money for her.-Catholic -Philadelphia Pres _ :;
prices. "such like. "
: and West. Standard and Times i I 51
v"f- \ n. War It.
i Mr. H. A. Atwater. of Eureka, a Mrs. .Theodore Roosevelt, wife of His Winning War Her eoatrht1dl. The Missus-Mary Ann, p1tUe es ;

_i. ft:: I valued subscriber of the Ocala Ban- president' 'Roosevelt, accompanied by The Pullman Buffet Parlor Can en "That man has the most winning Visiting PhilanthropUt-Crood morn- plain to me bow it Is that I 'I" : :

ker the day trains and Pullman Sleeping personality teg madam. I tar-collecttng for.tb* .kissing man In the k1tcbWt. b!
-. jjer was In the city Wednesday and children will visit Florida Boon I ever met. young < \
; Cars 9n the night trains of Drunkards home. ,Mrs.. Mca'ulre : The' ,
Attantie -- Mi-ue'I duuDG bOW4
-wports everything In his section on aad later on will sail from Fernan- "Who her
-I Coast Line are exam*U. -* xeN The best v hurt I'm glad ,of.H, sor. If ;:coml'Inad ia, ma'am, onlen'yes: were )OOI": ;-
: ,,the move. din for Ute West j poker player ia the dty.- .
., < I r tonight
.. -;> : : sAandfsrt. l4lHam Anertan .: yet can tate. mj bus4I&ea' through the k'eybde.-CBtTelasi I'
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:'r. 'tl'i< (. 4.a. 'ln9T 8 $U ;tocwa qT rl i I Experience, In Texas. The Vehicle andHaress GoCor. .

: tII ECAt -&JIdtrfth .
." :
...f--1i.. ... ponn4 hlnui:
BEAD, who re ently made a
-a. .
t; > Forsyth and Cedar St.
.'kto; ,
W'!:: ;.J< : 't. that to bind .OPIE tour through Texas. tells
't' iHlfl.rJ together she? of an experience he JCKSOXVILLE, FLORIDA.
.II'thtJ.f'f' story
0 i : ; .. '
':::.'. > ---.-. '' .". .' himself W } I.had down there:
>I' biJ!- P i. pecl'tiom.tb ,i "You know,* says Mr. Bead, "trainsare Dealers In '
; tb$: fireman never expected to be on time In I Wagons, Buggies Carriages, Surreys,
.,..... .. "- .'If under, "' I "scheduled Road Carts Harness Saddles Robes
t. t I Texas. When a train Is. to Lap Etc.

..' -. ji. we could-win. .... that reward," of tthe party: arrive at 8. o'clock 'you are generally J

: '- iW'-Je &J' :wJ4ttull1.*... e-l1fOuld.,Dot' Herejbey safe in calculating that it will not'get, LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST PRICES ..

;..Y ) 'w a1t t until yonpJ your raisedJ ten minutes there till 11 or 12. Well I bad an en- '

I -;: now likely"to meet the robbers were backing gagement In acertain town one night >

: i'n' the reward," JaUflfld_ Halliday.i lip the train and was at, another station. about < ,
danger had twenty miles away. There was a train --
i -itrl's i face went
'ber'1rlIsh which would land me at the objective ATLANTIC
'..JOO&be cried! isplng his''arm, COASTLINE
.: with laughter I point at 7 o'clock in the evening. It It ,
:t fmean to say that they aiellke.A1I1flfl '
.. 1 I "It was happened to be oq time, but I thoughtIt

:.--: II ti --.-. .your. carr asleep until : would be well to make inquiries. In .

:;'was i only; tooling." be ,laughed. "I woke me up, reply to my question the station'agent .THROUGH. CAR LINE FROM FLORIDA.

Md 1' -men to scare you, dear." ask whit was said: -:-CONNECTIONS-

gb'e turned from the poster'annou c.r ,-the two men. ; I' 'I reckon there ain't no use expectin To me 11.ast liver its own rails to tavaauah, Charleston

( 'teg$3P reward for the arrest: of each "I thought the train to get here much before 10 f Richmond, and Washington, thence ia Peno-,

; ,of the three men who had been holding moment and o'clock. .It's been on time once, this All Rail sylvania Ry. > :

[: 'm the. trains on the B. and G., and then I rem year but, It ain't no ways safe de- To the \ ia
.. for that pendin' on It.' ) ( Montgomery Louisville & Wlhv: lf!
: they'. went across the street from the ,f t and Dixie-
"It was "Not being in a position to take any Flyer route via Atlanta. '
station' to where the poHshed marbled were so busy chances I hired a man with a buggy to West
: '' tie' coda fountain. gleamed attrac'ttvely thought that take me across country. After.the lecture To theEfl Via Savh. & Oqeau s. s. Co. for' New Vork'

: to .the light person in the I found a umber of travelingmen 1 I Phila. and Boston. Via Norfolk S. S. to New

f Halliday did not,.commence his run "Weren't at the hotel, and they were all Via York, Wash'ton. and B'ltmore. Via Savh. and

;: tJJ' nearly midnight, and there was IIWI ouslvv. anxious to get away. There was a I I Merchants and Miners Trans. Co. For Baltimore

'.ifl.b. ur before the" train should "Awfully," train scheduled for 7:15 In the. morn- Steamship J and fhi1acieip ia. '

: the east. "You 8ee(1I lug but the landlord said he reckonedIt '- .
'itfl.. .In.. from Shoot them wouldn't be along much before noon Key West Via Peninsular & Occidental 7"Steamship
t ,
about the circular
said nothing more ,
.' Ttey, : i and T knew It as It had never arrived on schedule ,f' '"
.' but Jessie's face was clouded "Jt's 'a' time or if it had nobody remembered It. nd Havana ) Company.
t. l< and,' try a! he would Joe could not chances all and
of "Still we got up bright early '
|f her. I Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of
,'coax a smile from among the prio
.anyhow ,next morning. none us being cipal railroads in the southern '.
4. kTh*Denver Red gang was operating ':'Huh," I .miss the train If it happened Quickest schedules, Superior states.Service. For "
300: miles the information as to rates;
iiong line some
1 a _
darkness, to be on time. and we were thrown into
ut&'andHalliday had given no ; schedules etc., consult the Purple _F older or communicate with J. G. Kirk..
J par-I F and I couldn't state of great excitement when at
1' tlcnlar thought to the poster1. .Even : land D. P. A., Tampa; W J Cral g. "?assenger Traffic Manager H. M. '
to shoot at. : there was a long toot. heralding
f' *.D ow.be did net realize that Jessie was round so train's approach. Everybody hur Emerson. General .Traffic Manager W Ilmln oQ" N. C. > '

:; 'conjuring In her brain visions of an side of the car down to the station and there
.::* express car shattered:by dynamite and
had been,a on the dot ot,7:15. the train pulled "'I
{t :an express messenger, with' a face very.Ukelils we haven't i We were so happy at the prospect .

own, bleeding from a' dozen ety lately, getting away and so filled with en ,

:: 'wowads.When the whistle of the limited aback.Sage" the I j" in bringing over the the engineer's train through achIeve-on New Train Service Between '

'ooBded far down the valley they arose the same view that we decided to make up a

;i ''and retraced their way to the when, be.had' I II for him. When..,everybody bad
i "and 'In the rush of = "Of course." : !i| in a spokesman was appointed, Jacksonville and Atlanta : "

: Haliiday lost sight of Jessie. When at tinct violation ,; I.I he went to the cab to present the '

: last be stood In the doorway of the car girl aboard I After he had made a felicitous SOUTHERN r RAILWAY I ,-

'vatcauit the loading of, the baggage I a woman was 'I speech the cash'was offered, but .,' ; .

t car behind he did not see the eager face the trick." j I|I engineer pushed It away, saying;,, 4 OR THBOUND. 'l

upturned toward hIs. It was too late to i. "I didn't let | 44 'Gentlemen, I fully appreciate your Leave Jacksonville. .. ....... ....... .......... ..... ..7:45 p., m. '

Jump down and. go In search of her, and protested j i i will and the generous spirit which Arrive Atlanta .....,*. ... .... .. ....... ..........,6:30 a. m. '
as be stood in the door of the car while of the prompted to make this
you up
rules Pullman. Sleeping cars can be. occupied in Atlanta'until 7:55 .
a. :
: the train rattled through the yards he .than the i but I cannot accept the money. m. ,". 1' .,
'Wondered what had become of her. "Well." said conscience will not permit me to .-
Leave Atlanta .;.... ...... ... ... '
Usually hers was the last face.he saw just the : It. This Is yesterday's train.' "-Chi- < ?. *' .; :,..,.1020.. p.;,m. ..

: as tbey pulled oat' on their long run way to stop t ; Becord-IIerald. Arrive. Jacksonville" ... .... ..to.. ..'. ..it.. "..,,'.....-. ,. .8:50 a. 'm. .,. .

: over,the divide. as express Pullman Sleeping cars can 1 e occupied at Atlanta 9:00 p. m. ,

,Then he turned to his Invoices again station. That Quarrel Over the Telephone.She Southern Hallway. dining- cars- serve, supp'er leaving .and breakfast .

and.soon was so busily occupied that from breaking ; (in a buffs at the telephone)-Is arriving. Jacksonville. ,
'be never beard a footstep until a' pair '
In the cars. Mr.yHuggins? a f

of hands were clasped over his eyes. the $$15,000 He,(recognizing the voice)-Yes, dear. I"Don't : J 'C. tUSK D. P. A. '
1 With he to his feet'and J < '
: cry sprang pretty fair you dear me! :

0":, reached for the shotgun in the rack by "Can't start "Why Fannie! What's* the"- -. v Jacksonville! Fla.

the door He was In the yell act of muttered t "Don't Fannie 'me ,either, Mr. Hug.. '

taking it down when a cry caused him next morning : I've found von out at last!" f- '

.to torn again and be confronted Jessie. ;. ; "Why, Fannie, .theremust-be" J -::::---'- rI !- ... .- -- -'- _! "
"I '.know it's wrong and It's against A ; !" I

orders and all that sort of thlnj.: she When any "J just called you up to tell you that ,

1 announced'defiantly,
; that there is trouble ahead for you tonight : Higgins, he : "This is pretty sudden. Why didn't .

I I'!. ;and I wanted to be with you." himself tell me sooner?" with a liftle laugh

I "There'll be trouble cnou. h ahead if The minister "The wire was busy that's why!" Local Time Card No. 64. In Effect January 9 1906. '
theuptfnds! out" he u ee.1. "It's firm manner : And bang went the receiver on the ,

dead ajsiian the rules for any oue to be placed his i;I; ,..-Yonkers Statesman.. SOUTH-BOUND-READ_ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ UP. '' '

permitted! to idc in the "
egress opportunity '
.* No. e9 ,. 35 Xo. 29tNo. 23 No. 78lVo. 74 No. IS No. 9$.
r ',wIth feminine I lotfc.: "I stole! a ride, and "I can't -_ -
... 100'can't see 1:; 120 pI I 20'p 920 a 800 a Ly..L.J&cksonIBo..Ar: fIG, ; 740p 740 8 to a '
very well put me off. That'si sermon 'on -'',-' I 4 !J P 928 a ';.__ -.So.; JutsonmlLY 7 22 P 783 s_
alL"! ._ l'-\ gro r. "0 111035 1905 a _8t.Augustinl_M 30 j 40 p 680 & HO .
meekly one : ___',1619 pl1l1'5 __ "'_ .__II tings_" ilf p _._ 942 a_ '
s .wish i It were. be said quietly- as he had been j. I. 1020_p ? '_ ). aj I 452_ Lr-East P&lalka..Ly I 25 .!.J !IL 40. .
turned to his seat again.! people haven't 1 \S I 10 45; p "U'I 11 15s 10 10 Ar........... FalatkaT71.T 00) 5 'JO I 600 I ft 615 a '
"Joe:'. fche .tried penitently "I'll bvery Miss j'I -965 pLw[ 11J6'T65 a 920 a LT...._._ Palatka....-_Af 7 OQJ 700 P I M ft 705 ,
good ana won't bother you af aJ!." Higgins AY ::::=. p :fM- ::::::: ArSanMateo..Lw: Th p 105 p._ '
Elie other things 800 P t05 P 8tfi 805 a _.......Sn tlftteo--.-At 7MJT t6 r4tt 100 I ft 800 a ,
crept back to the en&Iof the
car couldn't ) J. === 7-J8pj :ft.iP Lf__NeogftBunnel _-h 4444M I == 4 43 s____ :
-Vhfre. al V __ "_ ** ....._
concealed herself 7 40 pi223! p. -.DD.pont_ 42> 422 aSM _
.and down.
snuggled your hens bad --.- a 24 pj-I'll 02 .......Ormond HoWL_.. __ p __ _
/' It was a long run and there was'much would you tThdIt&T\ J 11 89 l 8 SP 12 M pll2 a "__OriDOD_*** 4 ?I P 4 2" p ft I 23 a
work I UOp845p1O5p112oa".Daytons-- IU 413p337sx2&
to be
done. Suddenly Halliday them to ; __ 857 p 115 p .__ "_PortOrangl.141 __ 825 ft_
: gave a low whistle and she sprang to "1 should I 12 20_a 9 20 P 1 36 p 11 41 a ArNe\f Smyrnt_.-LTAr S a I is P 802 a 444 a .
olsside."What. f 1021 ft 10 21 a 444 P 4 4P _Lake HelenJ. 12 1iP 12 Up. 05 p 6 01p '
and your wife 1089 1089, a 455 p 466 P _.Orange City........" 1185USD !> 12U p 649 p 549 p
is it, dear she asked anxlously. -: said Miss I I If 1045_ 10 46 i ft 6 00 p 600 p ".Orange City Junction." 1280 P > 40 p 640 p

\'. .. lIt pointed to anrentry In the "and I 12 SO a 91Op TI'6i> iiM a Lv-New bmyrna.-L12, i a p J62J ,4 14 aI
;. ';:In voice. guess : T.\wa --I 966p 218 p-_ "_Oak Hill. Ly J44 54 a129.1O36p245pi241pAr .
v. f ble of six of I = .. _'_TitnsrUle.__" SOS !..I3p143JL1ss.
'. _"If Denver Bed and his gang knew two down to it -930 a 930 .___ __ Ar..SanfordLv fi'U 2D &jZ; :: '
tot; that they'd be cp here in a hurry" 't tithe 'I. -_ 1120 all 20ft a _"- L'.B&ntord_ AI __J."i 80 9 80Bnffet .
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[he declared. 4There should be.$80,000 I t23 10 3d p 248 P1241 p ..TitusrlUe_Ar SOS p TtIP Tfl a p e
'worth 1117 1 321 P ". .,..., ...Cocoa. Ly 187 p 100 i __
., diamonds In that safe. bon Jour monsieur." .-_ 1122 p J28 P .*---Rockleke- If p___ 12 M i _
"You don't I I _._ _838 124 M... lIote1L-" 1 24 219 .
| suppose they can find out p p ockiedge p P
John -4iOh talk It's ..
English too
"J': "i do Wesley; cold for __ 2 00 Ut 4 14 P __ -___Jan Gallie.-U 1241 p 12 2'J a _
: your she asked anxiously. dist church was today. I want to, keep my 1212 a 421 P __ "_Melbourne.--. n p__ 1212 a_
; Joe shook bto head. "I don't __ 1256 a 469 p "_Sebastian _" 11 M 1127 p _
suppose land, on June in my pocketsWoman's.Home _._ 14& a_ 544 p.- ..St. Lode.,_ _i N 1101 ___ lOSS p......_ .
::. so, be said; "but all the same. they London on 42Oa2OOa1Wp3p "_Fort PiercaTibbalU _At IOCS a 1215 p,10 80 P 12 62 .
}'; lave been lucky In picking only! the __ 225 a 6 20 p "__ _- 1022 i O 57 P__- '
up ;I eight years. lie I __- 229 a 624 p _...den..N 1018 1 __ 9 63 p_
cars with rich loads. That's probably i, ford university | :! Large Order. --.. 235 a 6 29 P __ NJensen.._-.". 1013 i __ 8 48 p I
'why,the shipment was made this 1 246 a 638 p "__Stuart 1004 I -i557 p__
.- '. istry of the B. now in the Soldiers' home __ 314 a 704 p "_HObeSoUDdM 988 a_ 008 p __ '
S I __ __ "_ ... __ 84\1\ .__ '
I corresponds to Hampton, Vt, tells this one. He says 333 ,721 p .WestJupittlr. -; 921 ft/ p.
For I 607 410 a 765 505 Ar..Vest1'almBeach" 850 ,10 85 813 00
_';,'5 twenty minutes they talked of a P p ft a Pill P
,. the I In this country. his company'approached the 617 a 460 a 821 p 530 p LvP&lmBeachLf 848 ftlOSS .803 PlIO 50 P
possibility of a holdup. Then Jcssie -j i General James in front of Big Bethel it I G 27 a 609 a 881 P 640 p "_West Palm BeachAr 815 ft'10 00 a US p'10 2) P
- :;:* crept off to her nook and I _. 5 28 859 p __ "__Boynton..'_--T.y 7 48 '1- 7 II p-_
f'i : again the colony of met by a terrific volley from the I __ 63S a 908 p...__ "__Delray...._" 788 &__ 703 p _
: Halliday went on with his work. Sud Oglethorpe's' The captain'ga'e the order to lie I __ G 33 ft;10 00ft'l009 P ---:._ 44 ,...Fort Lauderdale....." 649 e 09 P _
=:.: .denlyvith a .screed and the .-_ 642 p __ "__ Dania.,, .-M 64-2 1//_ GOO p_
.{ a Jar, the Indians. 'l' .- which every man did except anI j __ 6 54 s1O 20 p __ "-lIallanda1e6 30 __ i 48 p _
: : engine came ta a stop. Joe sprang to the voyage he. Irishman who did not hear the f ___ 720 ,::10 45 p __ "_Lemon City........" 603 &,__ 121 p _
:: :, the partly opened door to close it but I 880 ft 730 ft:10 I 65 p 72:) P Ar _":' Miami_-LT 6W.JSLSi I ft i IOp82Op
"- he some ora\"Ins, _.800 a ___ Lv _Mlam!_ Ar 100 p _
was' half a minute too late for two England he looked around and exclaimed: I ___...1330 a_______ Ar Homestead Lv-_ ___, 2 80 p--_

- burly f jrtus sprang through the.open--- was converted my! They're all! !killed but me!" Parlor Cars on trains 23,29,.S,7L Buffet Sleeping Can on trains 35, $9,2S,!S3.
::: .In:. aaU covered .
while Sunday. .
one him with he I Dally except
study of the as raloaded his rifle. he said,
,.. a pistol the other floored him securely was moved by ( have to' fight hard to take that CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST. AUCPSTIXB

binding him with the bell rope. declare free all by myselt.-Pllllatleiphia No. 31fN 31<< 1 G.
Before No. 23" No. 27t No. .9t No.43' '..0. 35th.t.. S""IAO. S3t'NO
he had concluded the SOUTHBOUND 'I o.II '
had engine through simple ,D2U, DaU, DaifJ DaU, Ex.aM Ex.aM DaU, OallJ Dai ...:.
'r started
again, and Joe knew that On May'12. : .
they were taking the car down the road the Hopes. Jacksonville SOOa 900 a 920 a 110 P 250p300 420 p12O I53O P9OOP900a1000
to where they could with England, ArSLAu t. abOSO a 210 p 860 p1400 r550 I49 I495 plO00 pNORTIthOUND
work greater Methodist church f hope the government will fix up
. .freedom.- tI ... 7St'" ...,t'NO. 3Z.No. 3SN 2Sf'N Cl8tlU 8Zt'N 16.
They were climbing a grade, I scheI:1J ta prevec the 'railroads .0. 7./1/ o. 30t N O. no. I O. 0.

:: ana while they were headed for thtop I It costing the people too much. said DaflyDaHyiL DIIIJ Dall, EI.1 n ELa S DaU, DallJ DaIlJ I.aS .

the other cars were probably slip- A country t earnest citizen. \ IS 40 p6-10 P -II 20 P,1110, 140 a1 'BO HQ i 820 a 755.
: :' Ping back. upon a retired I ," answered Farmer Corntossel Ar JacbJDiUle., 140 p 710 P_ 7 SO pvu io pU 40 p 740 II a 40 i_ 920 .1 855.

: Presently there was another jerk as senting a tfceii maybe'the railroads will try S Trains enmposed exdadTely Pullman or Parlor Can and extra: seat fare Till be charged '
1 the engine slowed down. and the two a matter of I get back an', keep the government ,f Day coaches operated on these trains on which no extra or seat fare U charged.

:, robbers turned to Joe. "Where's the '' costin' the too much." ---- No. U.0.
ion upon th m. eople .... \23'I.
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. key '
to o. Jially
safe? demanded I '
-, they : I When the j Star. Sun. ,"un. Ex. Haypon Branch Sun.OLJ7 .
. "I haven't any" was the cool r&: squire rose and ,. Only Daily Sun. Daily Only Daily

spouse. iat's the through safe. I'm "Well those I' Easy. 200 p,1010 al600 p 815 a Lv---luksonyfile-AI 7 so & 12 SC bSOT ..
. 854 ArPablo Beach.-.J" a11iO 4LO ,
240 p1050; ,6 P a i p
not supposed to unlock it. case I am a-going I. -How can you teFl 'when 2 45 P 10 M II, 45 P 8 69 a -.AUantlc B-eh.... ,$ 4$ aii 45 i 4 45 i -
"He mnst have the key somewhere," in my court and iron is to;" hot? s \ 300 p'UI0' a 700 p_ t 15 a_ "_Jdayponb I So all $o i_ 4 50 i-----c-

band.suggested" the second man. "Lend a give me, the right Sure. I c'n smell .pi PENIXSUUR AND OCCtDENTAl' EAMSfllP CONXECHOXS AT MIAMI

so I come to a-seorchin. an' they git all
;-. :They knelt. besJde him on the floor I case will be Just .-Cleveland, Leader. Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships .f the P. 4 0. S. S. Company for "

"-. and unceremoniously rolled him over I ring .to divide .

k'-5. s they searched his pockets. So occupicd i a candidate Llaerlcka(Tiro. Havana, Key West and Nassau.

;- were they that they gave: heed county 'lowed was Signor McSnitch. Three Sailings Each Week.
to on a board-here's the hitch .
.. nothing else until a stern commandof I run this office :
He sat q* a- knot Trains discharge passengers at.ahlp"lldo. No transfers. _
"Drop that! rang through the car. I them that I do.;: (You knoy what ha got) '.
:.; and they sprang to their feet to confront : I win come to hfrTve. hot struck the right pitch.A. ." TheseTime Tables show the Umea at which trains may bo expected to arrive at and depart
I > from the aevt>ra1 atatlons. bat their arrlTal or departure at the times stated U not guaranteed
.. hands., a short barreled shotgun In JesWa run that court" lady,In old Injianny. ( nor la_this Usmpanr)be held reaponslbla for any delays any oonseqnenc. **analog tnerefrom.

j- string a-trylng. Once started to learn the pianoy. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information '
: .' Instinctively they threw ,UP theft With that the, I I A man in the flati *' ; rJ'
:;:: t llds wnlle they commented upon the Sapped" $3.75 oa {i Bald: "Heaviujs. whafi itiatT' SEE THE' TICKET AGENT. t : '

rti'taau.: with.a fHw of Uifuac* that 'desk tad toek kit That" ,"!&nny'; ..!ia-awfully tnpannyrMflwauk8ent1as&; D. BAHNRR, Asst.: Gen'lpassAgt..' ST. AUGUSTINE FLAw -
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.. OCALAlTHE :it HOTEL ARRIVALS. S S NOTICE.S: SS 1 f j ioti" l.' ,t -i.' 4' S
-- -' .. : S,., ,.Ocala House'D'. 'JHenryJ Stewart;, S 5 S .-......_ -.r. :-,_ ,- *
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'N.' 'Y. :Mrs *, following persons have been ap- LbFULUkt S I... F.BLAIS.OCL
Canandaigua, i Henry
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About tho City
A Few; Fact
i'd of the tar .
jjoi managers special ;
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Canandalgua L |
Surroundings. .f Stewart, C N.- X; Jas. "L.PairoJ -S U district elections to be held Ap-

St. Louis Mo.; L. P, Baker ... *rd, 1906. By order of the boardof Deatiss.f
Ocala is everywhere recognized asme public instruction. S S
i; ,. of the most thrifty. enterprising j jid j j Baltimore, Md.: T. W. Lawrence N. Attest: W D. Cam, G. S. SCOTT' Over ijnaroe.Chambliss Bank Ocala Ma.n .

::44 I i Y.; Mrs. T. W. Lawrence; :N. Y.; Miss Secretary. Chairman. -
beautiful cities in the Interior of '
Ocala No. 1-Isaac Stevens J. T.
:- Florida. It is the capital city pi the, Lawrence, N. Y.: .Mrs. Carhe'lia' Cun- Lancaster and O. L. Burdick mana- '< H. lGGS.
4 fcnner' county of the state the counj i ningliani, Atlanta,. ;a.:; Wr D:, Cun- .gers. -S S ---:. S

.& ty that captures all the big prizes at'". nlngham Anthony, Fis.;" John A. McIntosh, No. 2 J. S. Thomas, J. ArrORNEYATLAWucict .
te agricultural fairs-having to her C. Turnipseed and .H. C. Price, managers -
:-*., Credit the banner prize at three 'sue- : Bishop, Sylacauga. .Ala.: E.. S. Martin ; J. B..Walkup, clerk. S { in Gary-Jnew' Block.) -,

'cessive state ta>rs and a large number J(. St Louis. Mo.; W. H. Mairs. Belleview, No. 3J. N. Shedd Frank OCA!. S F.OkIDL

ef Individual>ri es.. Pelot and L -W.- Nixor managers i.W. ,
r j Brockton, Mass. F. -A. Guild .
j ; Atlanta Rl Bryant clerk.
., The lands surrounding Ocala are the .
4 .iost elevated and fertile in the state. !} Ga.:; C. V. P .te'rs'o, Baltimore Md.; Fantville, No. 4-..J. B. George B. F. SYRUPPERMANENTLY

Ocala is located on the great ridge I Mr. deBerry 9ear eny. We'lrsdale, Ollff ter Ped.rlclderk.an5dH..- B. Fant. managers; Wal- JMr THOMPSON.; S : ;
eeparaiinif tne ram fall part of which : 5- : :
? : Cows into the Atlantic ocean: on the Flair: W. J. Wesley Weirsdale., Fla.; Dunnellon. No. 5-W. E. Gamble. J. S PHYSICIAN AND URGEON. 5 ;

: .,- .ae aide and part into the Uulf of: W L. Henry, BostOn, Mass.; Mrs.,W, M. Barksdale and T. H. Mixon' man- Office over Tea.pot'G1 xery.: Opj)...MouteiumW.:
agers; H. G. Keen. clerk. "
Mexico the other. 11
zz on
L. Henry Boston, Mass: T. N. Sum- OCALA itA, .
Marvelous silver Springs morebeautiful ; Reddick No. 6-G. W. I* Denhanv 5 CURES :

than the Blue .Grotto of net. Moultrie .Ga.; John. Wf "Zuber: 13.: S Dansby and S. M.McGehee man-' S CONSUMPTION COUGHS COLDS ;
in local and L agers; H. G. Hull clerk. BRONCHI
and famous song
; Italy.story-Is onjy five miles distant. Atlanta Ga.; J. L. Connell, Bay City, Pine Level, No. 7-Geo. O. Turner, J. PDWIN SPENCER. I ASTHMA, 'SORB 'THROAT, HOARSENX99
., 0. Blue Springs little less wonderful L Fla.; A. G, Pickett, NeWberry, Fla.; W Ross and J. H. Brass :managers; ---; WHOOPING COUGH. AND CROUP ;

;%cc) ; and lovely, is only eighteen miles dIs.S C. C. Epperson Williston. Fla.; J. R. H. ,A. Ross clerk. ,ATTORNEV-AT-I, S ,
: tant to the westward and Lake Weir. Mayville. No. 8-R1 Coggin. H. Mor OCATA.&Y. LFLOIUDA., DO NOT DELAY
S more charming than Lake Como. is George, Williston, Fla.; J. D. Sasser, risonand D. E Driggers managers; S 'Unta the drain" rmanent
: on your system produces !
p disability
just eighteen miles to' the ;outhwardD Montbrook, Fla.:; A. V. Goodwin Mar Henry Simpson, clerk. I breathing Thihaaa*
j machinery is a wonderful of tubes and
system cells. To
located-Its Weirsdale :No. 9-T. B. 'Snook, F. hart |
., meaning Ocala Is in the wonderfully Indian tongue is fat" tel Fla.$ H. L: .Hutchinson. Gainesville '- H. ,Lytle and "'C. S. Gates managers .. ,S S | health it must be kept in food order. COLD is considered of no iopa.pg L

4 0 and signifies the "land of plenty ,Fla.; W, M. Cookson Jacksonville and V. P. Kelsey. clerk. S.5 J E. CHASE. taace, yet If it'was known by it's proper name of "throat Inflimnutlofl*!

The finest stock farms in the state Citra, No. 10-A. C. White, Henry "congestion of the,fangs," its dangerous character would fca
Fla. C. C. Plant
; Carlton. City apprt.!
are near Ocala, and the most progressive Grantham and J. P. Moore, managers; ., DENTIST: dated. When a cold makes its appearance use at ,once Ballard'f .
and up to date farmers with I I Flk; John L. Inglis, Port Inglis, Fla.;. Stewart Ramey. clerk.. I OCALA. FLPAKLOS f hound Syrup which will speedily overcome it. .11_

unerring Judgment have located their I J. C. Epper te1n. Philadelphia Pa.; K. Buford Griner Leitner Farm., No.and 11 H. -J.Jones J. Luffman-, managers .. WHOOPING COUGH and CROUP Require Prompt Action.! SHot

\ .. farms Herethe near farmer here. lives at home his I B. Raulersoh, Fort Pierce -Fla.; C. ;, W. P. Chalker. clerk. L. SISTRUNK, LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wondfrfu relief vb&]

emoke house and his corn crib his J. Rogers, Paiatka, Fla.; J. C Henderson Buck Pond. No. 12-C. R. Dean, W. % Ballard'aHorehound Syrup will rapidly stop toe Tiolentjparoxyr-
potato banks and his dairy bulge with J. Folks and J. G., Marcum managers; S ATTORN ET-AT-LAW. ,coughinsr. IT IS THE ONLY COUGH REMEDY THAT 'Vi
Palatka, Fla.: Albert Wister New J/ B. Mc POSITIVELY
L plenty and ia his: barnyard are seen Gehee clerk. CURE WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP.
;- York M. E. Sparr No: 13-R. S. Civil, J. W., Room i, M8 :oIlc Building;' -
peacocks turkeys. geese ducks; chickens ; Micanopy, Fla.; ,
Colbert and S. Lovell, managers; D. BEST FOR CHILDREN
::11 and guineas. L. C. Seaton, Lout'sville. Ky.. ; J. L. L.
Grantham clerk._
J Speaking specifically and comingdown ., Mr*. :Maud Adams,QoUtliw It Te&write*:-"! hare used
toga plain statement of facts, we; Brings Richmond Va. S Candler No. 14-Jas. T. Hall. .J. N. Jl 155 B..,N. SINCLAIR, f 1 Horelxouna Syrup and find it the BESt: medicine for croup confhi Btllarf'i tsi

that Marshall and G.: G.. Richie managers; eo1da. ,)41 children see 1a 041' 1a
mention .:..."J. U, Ocala Houes-R. B. Galleely. Rochester A. Mr.P.IJlln. I'l pleasins to take and Q.u1ok11 crs&

Golf links. veala nn- N. Y.: J. D. Math son, Gainesville '-Fellowship. ,-'No.: 15C. C.- Stevens S 5 STENOGRAPHER 4 & TyPEWRITER.5: SAFE, AND 'SURE Three Sizes, 25c, SCc, fLIt I

; V. M.' Sechenger- and Jack McCully, : |
One florist Fla.; B. :E. Lennard Jacksonville '
\ Two dairies managers; TM.. Philips, clerk (and Notary Public; "The kl14N..rumltliatb ,Even,3.tI.Cutuee( ;
t Fla.; W. D. McCaiff; N.: C:; .H. Electra, 'No. 16-J. H. Hulford. jr. ;
Five-saloons Special attention to out of Town Work Ballard Snow 'Liniment St
One garacne.. D. Bassett, Floral City, Fla.; .Clarence J. C. Pillans and J,"p,, Holly 'mana- ; ., LotthMe'- :
S gers: I* H. Pillans. clerk. Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fla. ,

.One Three foundry banks, j L. Hatboway, Boston,',Mass.;' Mr. and ,, Blltchton, No. 17-J. ,P. Taylor E/ S S % .if

.- 3.4 ,4 Seven hotel*, Mts, E. D.. Hathoway, Boston Mass.; L. Ferguson' and J. T. Burgess,. manS SOLD AND RECOMMENDED .

Water works. ., C. C. Forrester, Arcadia, Fla.; T. 'E.James.St. agers; Joe Akins. clerk.ll THE,NEW YORK.WORLD.Thric ALL DRUGGISTS.
:g: One hospital : '- S Martel-- No. 18-H. Seckinger S S i ;

Ten churches. Petersburg> :Fla.;" J. P. Carson Wm. Cuthill and J. F. Folks, mana- S --. .

One'architect. Tampa, Fla; E. P. Morrow Canton gers; C. P. Pillans, clerk. .-.-Week.'Edition-Read .Wh : : .

: One gunsmith Ft'King-Alex'Gelger. Gabriel Long ever the English Language r-I S
: i Two .tin shops. ,, 0.. ; J. B. Brothers. Canton 0..; and A. M, Parker, managers; Wm. ,Spoken. S ; S -THE S _

One seed store .; J. t... Briggs Jacksonville Fla.;' B. S. Cook, clerk. S -
:-r .t Capulet, No.. 20-p. H. Cooner W.
: One synagogue. ,Weathers, Dunnellon, Fla:; "Wm. H. R. Green :and R. L. Fort For the winter season now at hand

;;: Three One gas bakeries plant,, l '. Bedgood New. York; C: P..- Dobson. C.. E. FogeLstrom clerk., managers, ; -the most valuable paper: to you will .be Marioi Hardware Go
; the New York ThriceaweekWorld )
Llnadale No. 21 R. po
New B. Erwin C. A.
I One shoe store York Justice M. Williams, Tampa because It offers you more-at the pric.
McCraney and M.
"restaurants managers; ,
:,1 Twenty lawyers, '., '' Fla..; 'Mr M. Williams:. ,. Tampa J. B. Boothclerk.. than any other paner. published anY..
where In the :, ;
world. >
: Fla.; Fuller Grooves Cotton Plant, No, 22J.'F.. Parker -
Board of Trade, Quitman Ga.;
D. M..Barco and D. A. Walker .This'ls a time of great events.' We -HEA DQUAKTERS
managers -- -
Four drug stores, R. Lee Jones. wife and baby, Phlla.delphla -. ; J.- L. Beck, clerk. \are having great wars, and othei S I
.- 'Pa. Broadhurst Orange Lake No. changes lot a stirring kind are occurring
; G- F. Augusta 23J. B. Burry
Ope house
opera _
both at home and :
abroad Thf
C. E. Cork and I. Mlzelle American
Four Two cigar shoe stores shops -.-, S Ga.; C. R. Boyd, .Jacksonville, B. R. Chambers, clerk. managers; j Thrice-a-Week World'con1es to YOt Wire Fencing:, .

One variety store, S Fla.; W. C. Zimmerman Dunnellon Oak Hill No. 24-D. F. Fant. John every other Say, except ounday, wit I e':
\' S McEwen and H. all the news fully, accurately and Sash Doors and.Blinds.Paints.
c- One music house.I Fla.; F. M. Roberts, Jacksonville, .Nettles. managers; ,"
SI J. 1C Mixon ,.promptly. "
S clerk.
Eleven : '
Two paint physicians shops., .'S Fla.; E.J.. Hanley, ittsburg, Pa.f Moss Bluff, No.' 25-W. E. Martin. A.= The Thrice-a-Week World always S Oils and Varnishes '

: Two 'ice factories Robert C. Green wife New York;' 'Gilbert W. Fort and M. H. Morrison mana- Its political reports. You can "et the ., ,
gers; G.A., Waters, clerk. truth' from its columns.' whether you "

z- 'Two One planing green house mills S C. Smith, .Tharon ',Pa.; E. L. FalrfleJd, Nol' 26-J. A. Thomas, W. S J are Republican, orDemocrat .and .thais 'S. ,: --'-. v Mill and Mining Supplies

t Two/, dental rooms Green Boston, Mass.; James Steel, N. A. Tongue and A. J. JoneS,' managers;'. 'whatyou want. *. *, : :t t ,

Five Three barber art schooJs.Three shops., Y.; F. Lee, Atlanta, Ga.;_ John' F. A.- Cottaga M. Mathews' Hill, No.clerk.27-C._ D. P. Hay- has] The.a serial Thrlce-a-Weew story rjinning World, and it always Is always .;. ', ::> ,'' . Turpentine Snpplies,

-: wood yards. S SS. Franz -Jacksonville Fla.; L. E. Mon-I 'craft Wm. De Horn and L. D. Stafford -. a first-class story by a -first- .. .'.;: ,: ..- ... "
: :
crief 'Atlanta I managers; L. D. Beck 'clerk 'class author. The ThrlceaWeekWorld < < '
One Ga.
public library ;;J. B. Martin, Ock- -S ; ," Improved Farming To4
S One marble works Charter' Oak, No. 28-B.- F- Freer. publishes better fiction' thai _
Two bicycle shops lawaha' Fla.; T.' T, Nelson,, Philadel S J. Y. Hicks and C. E. Lucius; managers ;any. other pewspaper In the' United *. >.. ,

Two lumber yards x phia. Pa.; L. W. Smith.- Ell v111e. Ga., ; W. A. Redding, clerk.. States. Special attention is -also given I S'S :: -

Two racket stores Montezuma Hotel-J S. McCall, Pedro, No. 29R.:; E. Perry J. C. to markets, and there are many ; /: ,.:.: GET OUR PRICES .
Three silversmiths. Perry and P. A. Snow. managers; M. *'other valuable features. ,
1-v-V" Two public schools. Tampa Fla; F. W. Ell win, Anthony.Fla. M. Proctor, cler} S The Thrice-a-Week World's regula- : ', SS

; --- S One.barrel. factory, .-.' .; J. T. Nelson, Silver Springs Fla.; Kendrick, No. 30-G. B. Chappie, J. Iubsc.riptlon'prIce" Is only Jl.OO per ?!
'A telephone system. J. Guthrie and Robt Fort, managers; year and this pays for 156 papers. We '
G. B. Gow Ocala Fla.: M. W. A. ,A. offer th '
On& bottling works, Brown. Olin clerk. 3-16. s unequalled newspaper and

S S S ,. Two pressing clubs Lexington, Ky.; Wm: Jones Wildwood I /. the Ocala Weekly Banner together one {Marion Hardware
S Two*haberdasheries ,NOTICE: year for$1.65.. I -Conpa}
FlaDr. s
Lisk '
Graham ville;; 'The
S- S One dancing 'school, NOtice. of the regular "subscription price, of
-i; Fla. Formation of a New the two is I
; John Montbr papers $2.00.
S Fifteen fruit stores, Tarreq, ok Fla.; Election District No. 'I
32, and the Send all
subscriptions the
: Six boarding hQuses. Eugenia Gerock on above,
Montbrook Change in
S Fla.; L. Boundaries Elec-
Two offer to the Ocala Banner.' Ocala Fla;
: ,,S Thee abstiact wagon works.offices P, ,MUleI', Ocala, Fla:; W. T. Harrison, tion District No. 3, of Marion Coun- ,I' NOT CE.
ty Florida; Done' by the Board of S _
-- I Two machine saops, Tampa, a.- E. A. Tipton.New York; J County Commissioners of Marion j -
: ,
A military company S SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTIONS. Notice :.fl Application for Tax Deed
Mrs. E. A. Tipton, New York; Co!: Their Special
One Catholic church ::. Under Section 8
Meeting Held in. the -- Chapter, 4888,
; .Three,jewelry, stores. Lloyd Inverness, Fla.; P. E. Green-,- on Friday the 9th day City of March of Ocala. J S 'Lawe of Florida.

.5 Two .publIcLtbrarIes, Columbus, Ga.; B. t. Goodale, Jack- Pv 1906. A.SS Notice is. hereby given :that "in accordance Notice Is hereby given that C. A Fen's seeii; sr bed becis $6

S Two steam laundries with. chapter, .5303, Laws ofrionaa Priest, 'Purchaser of tax certificate No. their MCOeUM yesre bve tee,.tla
5, Three music schools. sonvuie' *-ia.; ,H. J. Wright, sagmon. Too following descriptions an election win ue held in- 107 dated the 6th day,of August, 1SS3 Of e1pL deeIupmnz.-.bIt in risa'g emry tha

Ten dry goods tores- Fla.; H. W., Bush, Minneapolis; Minn.; been accurately .made in writing having and each of the following special tax tax ..certificate No. 11, dated the 7th Ii1T1to4 we to ill others
I One Chinese laundr>, recorded in school districts\ on day of July 1884, has filed ipecultsttTtjretaLle In rowhg
J. .S. McCall, Tampa. Fla. B. the clerk's office of MarIon said Sower and cedt
; Ward
: Two dally newspapers. county, Florida. Tuesday, April, 3, A. D., 1906, certificate in my office andha.> DUO be4 Aa.a1 t- '
: : \> S Twelve grocery stores, Birmingham Ala; C Levy, Birmingham. -' The board thereupon took .up the For the purpose of electing three made application for tax deed to Issue D.M.FERY&CO.. S SS

S S Four hardware store, I ,' Ala. asking for an erection district petition trustees fof each district 'and to fix: -in accordance with law. Said certifi- DeIr0it,

S Five Baptist- churches, .. and in compliance with the laws of the rate of millage to belevied and cates' embrace the following described Mich.

One Christian church,, S Florida, atid having given'legal notice: collected for. the. next two years. property situated jn Marion county.
c iThree furniture stores, \ Late Getting Busy. as required by law, in an official news- Ocala, No.1; }McIntosh No.2; Florida, to-wit: South half of

4" Three millinery stores, paper published In Ocala, Florida.:"" the Delle vIew, No.3; .PantvilleNo.' : Southwest quarter, Section 30 and aD : -p-S
:c Four phosphate offices R Hudson board of pounty commissioners in and 'Dunnellon, No.5; Reddick. No. 6; of section 31, all. in township 13 South.
; Burr .who '
S S A paid department. went .in with' for Marion county Florida have this Pine .Level No. 7; Mayville No. "8; Range 22 East. The laid land being

Tnree railway systems: a whirr, bobs up. after two years of the 9th day of March A. D., 1906 designated Weirsdale, No. 9; Cltra, No. 10; Griner' I assessed at the .date'tf ,the issuance

rwo cold storage plants. innocuous deseuetude as the following election districts Farm, No. 11; Buck' Pond, No. .12;. of such certificate. the name of
a member of
S Three blacksmith shops, S which are established as election Sparr. No. 13; Candler, No. 14; Fellowship -. I Whittier Bros and estate of G. A. M '

-: Eight benevolent orders the'railroad, commission, and proposesto districts are voting-places in said No. 15; Electra Noi. 16: Campbell. Unless said. certificate shall ;,

Four realestate agencies, that body's record of masteriy county as follows: Blitchton, No. 17; Martel No. 18;' Ft. I be redeemed according to law tax I
S S One kindergarten school.. : King No. ,19; Capulet, No 20 Llna-- deed will Issue S :
Boundary of Election! District No. 3. ; I .thereon on the 26th NOTICE. ;;
Two Episcopal churches inactivity. Mr. Burr challenges tiale.' No.. 21; Cotton Plant day of :
:; Beginning the intersection of the Nq. 22; March A. D., 1906.
-s :; Two cigar manufactories, Editor.Harrlsot: the Ocala Banner south boundary of Aradonda grant Orange -Lake, No. 23; Oak Hill No. Witness my official signature and I
Thirteen Sunday schoofis, a joint debate ; with the east boundary .of section 23. 24; Moss Bluff. No. 25: Fairfield. No. seal this the 21st day of February A. I..Taxes are due and 'parable JD tke 1'*,7
S Two electric light.plants: respecting the merits township 12,. range 20, running thence -26; Cottage Hill. No.. 27:' Levon No. D., 1906. j Monday of November ot each ;ear.. :'.

: Two photograph galleries and usefulness of the commission the 28; Pedro No., 29 i Kendrick, No. 30. S S. T. SISTRUNK I I 2. Personal Dd poll taxes mnd be paid*tIt.i
-S'I Three week'y newspapers, challenge west with said outh boundary said, Qualifie&/.electors, at said electionare Clerk Circuit Court I same lime that real estate is paid 011,dM. -3.
1: ..5 One Presbyterian church, '\ being called forth by the Aradonda grant to the west boundary all registered and qualified voters Florida. Marion County. I sessments are to the.same party. '-

Two chemical laboratories paper's criticism of the 'ork-or lack, of Marion county, thence south with residing in said districts who 223NOTICE. 3. If possible come in person to pay P
west _. pay.. a I S taXeJl, t>43 nnfvWu ._._:f !......,frit &tPf
2 .. Several lumber companies, of .work-performed by : boundary of Marion county to UAA.'VU- -ira-::- UJ--' personal- property -. *H ..AW_. *__.__._ nthjr___n." "
z. Three Methodist churches, the commission southwest' corner of section:. town- in. LLlvfe- j is frequently unsatisfactory. S -.:;

_: S A brass band organization ,, The Hon., R. Hudson had bet- ship 13, .'range. 19.-thence" .easterly By. order of the board S of public Instruction -' j I 4. When you' ome to pay your taxes bt!f

Two electric establishments ter stick to his original along south boundary of sections 15. of Marion county. Florida. Notice of Application for Tax Deed description from your deed or latest tax recqtf

One spoke .and rim factory weapons of 114. and. 13. township 13'rang 19, and This the. 5th day of March. 1906. Under Section 8 Chapter 4888, i of what you wish to py on. : :
Washerwomen by the score.. arfare-boller: plate. .which the section's 18 17, 16 and 15, township S O. S. Laws of. Florida. I s. Don't wait till last few days of time to tll'<",
Three fire insurance 13. 'range 20/: to southeast SCOTT then expect the oest service either by maD -J,
agencies, country editor will cheerfully publish ('orner' of- Attest; W. D. Carn Chairman. in ;
4 5 One crate and basket,factory. 'section 15, township. 13. range 20.- S person l be rush lathes on and deUyt*i .
S-: Two tailoring establishments. "at so much -yard.-Lakeland. thence north .along- eastern boundary tf. v Secretary.. \ S Notice is .hereby given that J. B. unavoidable. Yuu: must take your ton u *.i;
Cappleman come*
r One Elks Club reading room. News. ; of sections', 10 and 3. township 13.t i 'S purchaser of tax certificate \:
Four life Insurance I range 20. to the northeast'corner" No.' H4, dated: the 1st day of 6. Yon must have your property properly II' 'ff
/ June.. A. D., 1903 sessed.if wish avoid trouble ia
NOTICE. has filed said certificate -. you to W-:
S Three livery and feed stables. There township. 13, range 20. | of taxes. The v4--
S is more- genuine contentmentand S -" in my office:. and has made calleetor cannot alter :
Thence east
Three ap-
S plumbing establishments along southern boundary plication for atlon or descriptio i of assessments found o.**
S Numbers of naval stores offices I pleasure of living in conutry life of section 35. township 12. range 20. Notice of Application for Tax Deed' tax deed to issue in accordance tax book. E. L. CARNEY. Tax Collect -
Three undertaking establishments. I than any other if the to s6utheast:corner of said section 35, Under Section 8 Chapter embraces the law.. Said certificate S 1 0275 a Marion County,Ocala.* <' '
: Three Job printing establishments surroundings are township .12 range 20. thence north 4888 Laws .Florida. < perty following described pro- i
-S Five dressmaking establishments. pleasant. If ,you would hold the girlor along east boundary of section 35, 26 Notice is hereby given that. W. c.. situated in'Malion county *
'One and 23. Townsend.. to-wit: Lots, 25. 2 6, 27 and ADMINISTRATRIX'S OFLI4
Epworth League reading room boy on the farm, work for good township 12, range 20, to point purchaser of Tax Certifi' 28, sub of northwest NOTICE
S Two wholesale grain and feed stores roads. of beginning; with voting place at cate No. 749, dated the 7th day of December 14. township quarter section. DISCHARGE.

One colored domestic training S I Fleming-ton, Florida. ,- A D., 1896; tax certificate The said 15.south, range 22 eastr t
S_ school, Boundary of Election District No. 32. .No., 261. dated the fitri day nf AUIr1Jti date land being assessed at the IB 'County eouof" 9
Judge's Court
of the Marion
laciiansx r\t eiiV..... jtA.4. >t -i- Two wholesale grocery esiawisnments. NOTICE. 5- Begmnlg at the northeast corner of 1900; has filed said certiftcates-1 my cate in the- -------- -- ""' ..u- S Florida It c. Rctoto nf i. 9. dwar4L .:,'
? section 2", township 12, range 20, said office and has made application for. name of parties unknown. Deceased.VOIT1CK ."" '-
fS One city market S and several .private S point being on north boundary of tax deed to issue in accordance with Unless deemed said certificate shall be're- IS HEREBY GIVEN TO !LLt
L 'riarkets.S County Judge's Notice to Executors. Marion county, thence south along law. Said certificates embrace the according to law tax deed will *' ,whom It may concern that on the !
Fair grounds and base Administrators. Guardians, eastern boundaries of section following described issue thereon-on the 16th day of Ap- : :'S
ball diamonds. 2. 11. property situated lit day ,
ril, A. D., 1906. of June J. D.r9OiJ,
l' Etc. 14, 23, in
township 12
range' 20J: to
south county, Florida the
f The largest number. of S paved streets The attention of. all Executors Ad boundary of Aradonda grant, thence east half of southeast quarter, to-wit of: Witness my official signature and Bell undersigned,judge ol said will apply to the H<*. J":1'i
t seal this court. as judge Otp
and side walks of any city in the. Interior ministrators Guardians and all other west along south boundary of said Are southeast quarter and northeast quar- the 13th day of March, A D., for a final discharge as! Administratrix .testaie J* _
S of the state. persons exeiyising authority in any adonda grant to west boundary of* ter of southwest quarter and west 1906.Seat 5 of J. f. Edwards, deceased. aodj .' C'l'
rS- Carpenters, masonS. plasterers pain matters relating to estates under and I Marion county. thence -along western half of west half of southeast ( ] s. T. SISTRUNK l'j same time I will present to sad court w r4a at-.1.
quarter Clerk
ters. printers, machinests and labor- by virtue of the authority of this i boundary of Marion county to the of southwest quarter section 25 township .' I Circuit Court, Clarion County. J accounts as administratrix of said estate, ID4;;,,
ing men galore court is respectfully called to sections northwest corner of 'Marion county. .12 south, range 25 i Florida/' s.ur. j ask lor their appoval.:1edthiaNov ',;;'
Ocala has two of the finest hotels 1872 to 1889 inclusive. Revised said point being northwest corner of said land being assessed at east.The the I ; ,s..4.. D. 1905. ?;

,yrv, In the Interior and her, smaller ones Statutes of Florida., relatin to the section 3, township!, range9, thence tf the issuance, of'such certificate date In NOTfCE. ... As'Ad in II'1'1\trix. Estate ot DC.EDWAB F. JdwatdL DS.Ik"!'

S are well kept and tidy. Her business settlement of their accounts, final discharge east along north boundary of Marion the name of Ralph, ,Henry and J. B. I ceased. v J. 11***, ;;!
blocks and removal of, for failure to county to of Swan. In the Circuit
are built of brick and stone point beginning; with Unless said certificates shall be Court of the Fifth,Judicial -
h and some are three stories in height make such return and reports as are : voting place at Geiger Florida. as ap- redeemed according law tax deed S Circuit of .Florida-In and S
Plans required by law, and NOTICE is here- pears of record in will : NOTICE. -
have been submitted for a deed book' 121 page issue thereon on the '2nd day of for Marion County-In
$_ sixtY-five thousand dollar court house by given to all concerned' that all 442., Register of Deeds, 'Marion coun- April A.. D., 1906. S Chancery. "
: and a hundred thousand Executors "Administrators. Guardians ty. Florida, Witness The :
dollar my official signature ------ executive
government and S
and others who have failed or neglected Board of seal
County this the of commedl-:1fI'
building. Marion
Commissioners. 28th
day of D. county is hereby
February. A. C Wharton
... to make their returns to this courtas I H. W. LONG D., 1906. Smith complainant meet at the
Chairman. vs James court house at
m required, by law on or before the Board of County S Coons. 'et a!. defendants.. Or- on
1 The Atlantic Coast Line operate first day of June. 1906 will be required Commissioners. Clerk sT.. SISTRUNK, der for Constructive Service. ::::"
the finest ,, S. T. SISTRUNK. Circuit Court Marion It is Saturday, March 17th, 1906.nd '
SJ of Pullman Buffet Cars on to make such settlement under pro- -St. ,clerk Florida. County. ordered that. the defendants atone :1-
Circuit o'clock "
its day trains and Pullman BuffetS cess of this court and 'will ,be forth- Court 3-2-C herein named to-wit: James Coons of p. m, for the PlUi/V'* .'
I with removed from offlee. and Mary W Coons be formulating rules and regulau j
; lt Sleeping Cars on iU night 'trains beI I As these returns are .often complicated j 4 NOTICE. I hereby required to appear and to they are for conducting the primaries to Pj .
tween Ocala and Jacksonville. Con requiring the examination of the ,, -.. S of.complaint In this -cause bill held May 15th and June 12, 1906, : i
on :
-( nections made there for all points East entire record and considerable -time I To Whom It May Concern M9nday, the 7th .day of May-or 1906.before to transact such other business. ; .
k and West parties desiring to make such settlements .I Take notice : S Is further ordered .that may properly come before It. iJ
that a
I rt
will on the copy of this The .,
first .
are requested to advise me the Thursday of order bepublished once club of each pre :
particular w May, 1906, or as. soon four' a week for Is requested to hold
S day on.which they Intend to 'urai. thereafter as : S consecutive weeks In a meetlng.oo10th 1
I the
fL S The Pullman Buffet Parlor-S Cart S on make settlement In order that I may I to the pardoning may board be at heard apply Banner newspaper publisbed-Ih'Ocala Inst. for the purpose of elec:: :
p-S1 arrange my engagements :Iwfth others BY A I Tallahassee county and said a committeeman for the ensulnf :
th. day trains and Florida for a state. 'teiI
Sleeping Pardon :
Pullman for
k S having business. at theoffice so there 4 JE'Y, Who Sandy-Lock- This 8th day of years, and each committeeman e1ec .
% Cars on the night trains of the Atlan.ti win be no conflict Respectfully 5MQ ;was convicted "of murder at March 1906. Is earnestly propel
R R ogoID4 = the Spring Term of [sea.t.l'B.. T. : requested to have J.
Coast Line are xamplaa of .xe.'. JOSEPH BELL for.MarJoa tb&"crcult'court Clerk Circuit Court. SISTRUNK. credentials.S '.

:- SIs_ and comfort. .Cnnntv Judge. of Marion County, Fla. cJ\ecpesc CIa artL eoa rd5 J, Wrue.....S WILLIAM county-yj'orja, In 1905 Florida. .. Marion? >. County". ." By order, JAMES O" B.ASJW '"
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: MANENTmeadiis 1 )Ir.'. Payne...here took occasion tq say I I.FACTS BEARINC! ON THERMOS- :TRIP TO THE EVERGLADES S RE-' -Snyder creek' and -one mile of dredg- HOW NEW ORLEANS MAY
f' lw t *$ *' -; ?*- ;* f > it'i" !V '' QUITe) QU iJ i f <* 4. ** *lkA !*_ Fing / "'" I
should have'an annual'I that: 4flcn& who' did notfavor the : -S1'. '.. 'f'f'f f Rkl't'f" *" ,. fromithecreeklUo? ,-- -the. fceantrould- 'EXTERM.INAE'MOSQUITOES
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foregoing resolution make. New river ,navigable ,for deep- -
need not expect "
_, .dressing'of 500 pounds any votes In the northwestern portion Mosquitoes Jive .in" the. vicinity In With the hope of adding to the fund draft v sses. It has been estimated Rewards are Offered by the Board, of !

: racre: of. Jertilizer! contain- of ,tho county and this idea seem- which fhey breed.. 'The* do not of- of information concerning the Ever- that an expenditure of not more than Health of'That City for Cap. -
glades improvement I visited the ture of Stegomyia.
edto be, about the feeling of the en- ten fly a,long distance., ;FfIt $100,000 would ,be needed to make, a
.g' eleven 1 percent POTASH only scenes where the first steps are being channel with 24 .feet
tire committee. Mosquitoes.. breed In water : of water
> I .. The Board of Health of New Orleans
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cent. ,available C. J. Smith made fresh water; '*- 1 If taken toward beginning the great pro- For six mil 's' up the river the
; 4!: ten per a motion to the (* % ject-Fort Lauderdale and New River.I offers rewards as follows for stegom-
acid. effect that, the county commissioners The young mosquito, or wiggler depth ranges from. 20 to 40, tekThe yia .
:: hosphoric desire, first, to direct attention to I I : -
| be nominated by the voters of the district lives in water at least seven, to 'twelve : completion of the East Coast : "Five cents will be paid for each
This will gradually force out from which days.Although. the common us? of the term:"""drain canal will also ,furnish an outlet. to i -
; they were elected. of the : i ste'gomyia mosquito, male or female,

r grasses and mosses from A t r'quite,a lengthy discussion on the the wrigglers live in water age in: Everglades".niisappliedw1ieziused the .northward, thus providing water dead or alive found in any house in .

I subject, and after Jt was explained by they must come frequently the sur- reference to the :proposed transportation both sides to the New Orleans and
delivered to
the office
jneadows bring good I work .Governor Broward '-
: g members that this method would be face. to breathe. )> ? Everglades: torry.-Edward Fitzgerald -
; ..' of the Board of Health during the :
is not the intention to drain the
and clovers thus in- Coal oil the surface of In Jacksonville Sun.
"Brasses ; I contrary to law, the motion was withdrawn on the wa Everglades; that Is'in the sense of month of March. A reward of $5 will

leasing the quality as well as, I .- ., ter prevents the wrigglers from popular belief) which apparently of the A Lively Tussle. be paid for the first live female steg-
of the hay. i Friday, March 30, was set for the : breathing opinion that the 'improvement by the With that old enemy of the race, constipation I omyia mosquito found in any house in -

p. ,I.Ac quantity next meeting. The object of this meet- Destroy the breathing places and oft ends dn appendicitis. ; New Orleans and delivered to the office -

V. *Our pnctiol book, .'Farmer's Guide," Ing Is to hear the reports of the various -. you destroy the mosquitoes. state. means ft wipe dry that portion To avoid all serious trouble with of the Board of Health
of the earth. stomach, liver and together < -
valuable facts.for every sort of crop. bowels take Dr. -

es committees. Empty the water from all tubs
Ljsinj.: It is one of a number boots on Instead the plan of improvement to King's New Life Pills. They perfect with the address where found and the

nccessful fertilization which we send 'on re- At this juncture the chairman said buckets, pans cans flowerpots vases, ly regulate these organs, without painor hour and date when delivered. A reward -
: be followed is the'lowering of the waters discomfort 25c. at Tydings & Co., I Idruggists.
of cost or obligation to that he would be once every forty-eight hours.. !
finest free any any compelled to ask m of $3 will be paid for the second
of Lake
who will write us for them. Fill drain all thus preventing I
'fencer the committee to excuse him as he or pools, ditches, unfilled
overflow of the lands. and {2 for the third live female steg- -
? Addrt" GERMAN KAU WORKS.ik had business out of town and Mr. postholes, and the like. The azure heavens above, flecked
rk-9J NUMB Street. or The cause of Innundatlon being orayia mosquito found and delivered
removed -
Y Long was elected chairman tern. Change regularly every day all with fleecy, flitting clouds, and the
.\. ? AtltaU, 0& -::" So. Broad Street pro the lands will then be in condition under like conditions." '_.
f. Mr. M. L. Payne asked to be relieved water needed in chicken coops, ken- flower gardens beneath them, arrayed
;_-_- for drainage, reclamation and
EXECUTIVE COM. from service on the printing nels, etc.'Treat with the graceful trailing splerea. Mr. B. M. Scruggs, a prominent -
:,flEMOCRTAIC: I occupation by the settler who will
MITTEE. committee.. Acting chairman Long with coal oil all water standIng like a bridal wreath ready for the merchant of Flemlngton, was in the -
; I do such work of
drainag by
granted the request and at the suggestion which can be screened or drainedone bride gives to Florida a touch of I city Friday and paid this office a.
; ditches, as.may be necessary to ren-
Campaign In Marion County Opened of several members appointed ounce of oil will cover 15 square beauty all her own. pleasant business call.
der his tillable. The main canals
**"Saturday-John M. Graham Elec- > Chairman Graham as the third feet of surface.) The oil does not effect 3- -
leading from Lake Oke ch bee and .
't Ud Chairman-All but Seven man on this committee. the water for use if the water. is -
I the lateral arms will furnish outletsor
Precincts Represented. On motion the executive committeemen drawn. from .below.

: 6 I from each precinct was empowered Where oil Is applied to standing / Individual drainage. DAVID S WOODROW '
That is the of the ',
Marion county democratic ex- I scope Everglade
4 The to name a man as district reg- water it must be distributed evenly ,

; -tcUtive committee' met fn the court istration officer, and the followingwere r over the surface. improvement; the canals to be dug by .
J the state and the preparation for 'cultivation REAL ESTATE. '
afternoon .
CJwas Saturday at one o'idock named: Reddick. M. H. Rou; Put fine wire netting over the cIsterns '
to be done by the settler. f "
; as per: call of the chairman. Juiette.] J. B. McGehee; Camp Izzard wells, and tanks of water in .' .'
Hf. John M.. Graham. committeeman W. L. Jordan; Shady Grove, H. W. everday use.: When Lake Okeechobee is loweredthe Room J2, Postoffice Block, ; ;OcaKFlaTh I

; $from the Ocala precinct, secretary of Douglass; Summerfield A. D. :Mitchell Places in which it Is undesirable to source of overflow is cut oft forever -

*ti e old committee called the meet- Lake Weir- J. L. Brinson; 'MossBluff,-' put oil, such as watering troughs for and the method of preparing land ,
Az to order and read the calL J. T. Lewis;. Linadale, C. J. McCran- live stock lily ponds, and so forth, for cultivation would involve no more ,
the formation of expense or labor' than needed for similar PROPERTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE.
first in-order was can be kept free from wrigglers by
t ey; Citra, R. C. Douglass; Anthony .

i 'c temporary organization which_ was B. H. ;Leitner; Stanton W. Allsop; putting in gold fish or minnows. land elsewhere.
effected the election of John M. At least the assertion is justified by
by Blitchton, W, B. Rawls; Belleview R, Clean away all weeds, grass, and .
chairman and Osco Ze- seeing what has been done along New wo story brick house on this property must be removed and It
raham.: bushes about
4 C. Ridge; Dunnellon, H. A. Keene ponds, and other .
river near Fort Lauderdale.' will o Mid cheap as it stands. The corner lot with 25 feet frontage
,wudski secretary. Candler T. E. Pritchett; Sparr A. J. possible breeding places, since these *
Land is being cultivated rho"! o'lnltc square Is still unsold.
now with
Roll was called and the following Stevens; Pedro C. E. Lucius Kendrick afford a hiding place for mosquitoes. .

,precincts were represented either by. G. B. Chappell; Martel, H. L. Clean up vacant lots and back yard great success that ten years ago was ,

eommitteemen or proxy: Seckinger; Fairfield W. W. Best; of all cans tins, bottles, and rubbish" included in the Everglades.

Ocala John M. Graham; Reddick; Geiger, W. W. Geiger.L. First, do away with or treat all and'Through the persistence of settlers ZEBUTT PROPERTY} ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH FIRST.ST

'1. S. Light; Cotton Plant, J. S. Hud- S. Light made a motion to the places where mosquitoes are. known to expenditures-for drainage by the I

sens; Camp Izzajd W. L. Jordan;' effect that instead of having four inspectors breed and: then begin to work on Florida East Coast Railway on both
forks' of New river the line of the The North west corner lot 29 feet facing Magnolia street and 84 feeton '
M. Sum-
Grove Douglass where breed.
Jihady ; as heretofore at each places they might
North First street, facing the Government. Public ,
Everglades has been pushed to the Building site Is still
merfleld. A. D. Mitchell; Lake Weir, booth there be only there for Inspect and treat with ,coal oil, gut
I unsold, also the lot immediately sou th of it 28 feet by Si feet. .
westward, and where few
C. J,. Smith; Moss Bluff, J. T. Lewis; the approaching primary, and that in- ters culverts, ditches, manholes years ago .

Graharaville W. T. Henderson; Salt j stead of paying them $2.00 per day catching basins, etc., along the road the ground was overflowed and covered "t

: Springs 1. M. Graham (proxy); Lin-I 1 they be paid $1.0O for their services. side. Manhole covers should be cov with growth of sawgrass can be OCKLflWAHA AVENUE 'J

adale, C. J. McCraney: Citra, J. W. Clarence J. Smith offered as a substitute ered. found fertile vegetable farms bearing

Crosby; Anthony, W. T. Forbes; 't Houses should be- cleared of mos- magnificent crops.
that the inspectors receive nopay .
The lot known as the Philbrick on the south side of this avtnuv '-
Stanton A J. ; Wynne, (proxy) quitoes burning of Insect In this case "drainage of the Everglades" -
by one pound -
would '
that who
stating any man between the residence of Mrs. Austi n'and Mr. T. B. Snyder is fSr,sale' :
BBtchton S. J'. McCulIy;. Belleview, powder two pounds of sUlphurto has proved to be a profitable
not in this for he goodof or
serve Investment-so profitable This is a large lot having 140 feet fr ontage and'being 2H 'feet deep and"I.well .
,J. A. Freeman Dunnellon A. 1,000 cubic feet of The indeed, that
; H. the party was not a fit man to sit space. above the level of the street.

;. .Keen, (proxy); Candlr T. E. Prit- in judgment as to.the qualificationsof mosquitoes will fall to the floor and the: poorest of the land now cultivatedis '

, chett; Sparr, D. L. Grantham; Pedro. a democratic voter.: should be collected and burned. valued at $35 an acre. -,

; C. E. Lusius; Kendrick W. E. Nix; These gentlemen were informed that Success in the. mosquito destruction According to the statements of the = -2 .

I ;:: -Falrneld. II. L. Payne; Geiger, D. R. the state primary fixed the pay that depends upon the co-oreration of growers, the soil .shows no ,indicationof RETAIL PRICE LIST OF

: Zetrouer. Martel. IL W. Long, (proxy); inspectors were to receive, so both the members ofthe entire community. wearing out. It retains its vitality -

t ,t xetrouer. '' fever is carired etaonishrd year after year, and the same I
by a single
: r motion and substitute were with- tI WHISKIES WINES BEER AND MALT
,: On motion all duly authorized prox- drawn. I I' While the infection of 1'eI10fe\'- heavy crops follow successively.A ,

':. ': lea presented in writing. were allowed The chairman and secretary of I er is carried by a single species of fine tomato field can be seen that

;=: :a seat in the body with fulll power to committee and Mr. D. A. Clarke theJ mosquito the (stegomya) to insureits formerly was under water many -

.;vote on all questions.J. act as finance committee during the destruction Jt is necessary "to destroy months of the year, as indicated by EXFBESS rBEr AID. Dulk goods-Jugs free-Not fr pald,

L. Hudgens then made motion ., all mosquitoes.In the marks on cypress trees standing Full Q1. 1\leaoure.._ ,.. 4 Qts 6 Qu. u Qts. '1.00 per gallon. Rye. Gin,Co.n. Good Grade
campaign. here and there. Huntitigclub Rye ,..._ .... 12 65 $too $700 $2c per gallon. .
to the effect that the temporary or- .. places liable to yellow fever both lson __,
N 2
There being no further business the County Rye. 90 01 25 7 SO Gin Rum Fine
Rye. ,Corn Cuality$2.50 ptr gal,
; "ganization which individual and Not only do vegetables grow' with I Monogram Rye..m..... 5 20 4 60 8 00
be made communities have
permanent' committee adjourned to meet as an .aanne's"'4" Rye.._...._ 3 75 S 00 I) 50 Rye Gin.Corn, &um Best for the montyoI
1 was carried. .' : above stated. effective method of protecting themselves 1 rapidity and vigor, but citrus fruits I Social Drops.., ...-__ -_ 4 So 6 50 IJ 00 f '3OOpeTgaI. '"" ;
show their fondness for the soil and a1t Whiskey...__.._- 375 500 950 "4"" Rye. Peach and apple braDdy. MeU.we'i
On of L. S 'committee I as indicated above.. Use the I. ach _
moU,09 Light a : i P Brandy---- 3 75 00 950 by age. $.J 00 per pl., ..
: Killed in the Denver Wreck. bar at all of orange and grapefruit trees of recent I Apple Braldy! ___ 3 75, S 00 9 5 Victoria 'Social
on rules on which the primary mosquito once over cases ; DropsR'e&ledi-a1 quality ,
Holland GIU...._._.___ 2 80 4 25 7 2.
: election is to be held was appointed. !j -- fever until the danger from yellow. setting out are growing as fast and ';eneva Gin .__..... 3 75 5 00 9 50 LE'IP ST. LOUIS BEEL Per 401.
1' j healthily as could be desired. *" North CarollDaCom.__ 26s.4 00 :' 00 Falstaff ... _..._ ..--$1.5
1 '. with instructions to report at ,next In a blinding snow sto"m in the Ar- fever has passed.. Destroy all mos- Mountain Corn "".._...._ 3 7S 500 9 So Extra Pale..___...._.___...... I zoJamaca
: .meeting. This commttee consists of trains quitoes. Yet ten years ago, with the excep- Rum ...___- 2 06 4 2S 1 SO Standard _.....____-- _, _..., J 00
kansas valley, between express o'f Medford Rum _____ 3 is 5 go 9 SO Malt,extra dark' -0-' ...._ ._......._ I 00,
& L. .S., Light, S. J. McCully and, T. E. :. bound and west bound the WALTER WYMAN. tion of a portion of the land the Grape Brandy...__ ...._... 3 73 500 .950 hurger imported.........___..... J 00
ritehett>> east ; on General. Marshall, the following Acreage was sing of Kentucky Burbom.. 3 75 5 00 9.So. asa Ale pins__ .....,. .... __ 2 2S
Surgeon .
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r. .: A committee on printing was then Denver, and Rio Grande, a head-on Everglades: L. W. Marshall, 75 acres; Assortment Allowe!' on all Cs of Same Guinness Stout. pints .....-.---..- 2I "

i,' appointed consisting .of the following I:! collision occurred near Pueblo, about Flowers for Marion's Members. \V. H. Marshall, 50 acres; Osceola P1e. Prices by the barrel en appl1ct1os.. -

; ;.members 1[. L., Payne, L. S. Light, I i[ 2 o'clock Friday morning. -- Fruit and Vegetable Co.. 60 acres j J.

i and C. J. Smith. The duties of this I The press dispatches report forty I Two of the ablest members of the W. Bradd ck, 10 acres; W. E. Butts, ..
: committee are to get estimates as to persons killed and many others sev- last Florida legislature hailed from the 5 acres: A. H. Butts, 5 acres; H. D. HANNE BROS.

I' ?,the cost of printing tickets and other '' iously wounded. good old county of Marion-Hon. Car- Braddock, 4 acres; Wheeler, & Smith, ,,

.Jjork in this line necessary for the I In the list of killed was the name los L. Sistrunk and Hon. E. L. Wart- 12, acres; W. R. Moore 6 _acres; R. A. 316.358 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla\ 41

: primary election. Mr. Light present- II I of express messenger Ennis McPar- man. We are informed that both >of Bryan, 10 acres; Swan Swanson>. ,T- 4

: .td acts and figures" showing that land, of Denver. Col. these gentlemen will again be before acres, and at least 100 acres more belonging -

about fifteen per cent. of the campaign j It will be remembered that about the people in the coming primary, to various persons-all of it .

fund of the last primary was ; three years ago Mr. McParland was Hon. E. L. Wartman for re-election to being adapted to cultivation. .

r spent for printing and he was of the I[ married to Miss Emily Pfieffer, of the House of Representatives) and The success attained by these farm- The Vehicle and Harness Co

i i' :t opinion that this amount could be materially this 'city. Mrs. McParland is a'sister Hon. Carlos L. Sistrunk will eater the ers offers testimony beyond dispute of

rt.... reduced by the nppointmentof of Mrs. Fred G. B. Weihe and her race for States Attorney in and forth'e the fertility of the muck soil of the Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St. 4

I h a committee to interview the printers many friends will be greatly pained I fifth judicial circuit Mr. Sis- Everglades and the high value they JCKSOXYILLE FLORIDA.

.; t'r:;. before the work was done. to learn of the tragic death of her I trunk ,is an able lawyer, and Ifhe_ is place upon their lands shows the con- -
'Wit husband. The young widow and her elected States Attorney and makes as fidence they possess in the money-
;-r-:: : %; Upon motion of II. W. Long a. cam- f

i :ltpa1n committee was then appointed little son will probably return to I able an official in that capacity as he making qualities of their farms. Dealers in Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys

to act in conjunction with th eehair-I Ocala. to make their home. ,here I- did as a member of the legislature So much for the side of. fertility Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, Etc.

1-: jnan and secretary in 4 ,i the people of the fifth circuit will of the muck soil. It has been tested,

"'::.:Ja tleatlan. DP. U'. II_ Griffith, J, ",Y.I Mrs. Stovall School Gives Picnic Glass, for" Sunday | make no mistake in electing him. The and satisfactory results have' repaidthe LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST\ PRICES

labors of the
Crosby and D, A. Clarke were named. people of St Luck! county join the pioneers.

: friends of these two gentlemenin' Xow tor the sK3c of tnsprtatlon-=
M many
g ,L. Payne then offered the follow Mrs. Mamie Howse Stovall, gave
I Marion county In wishing them always'a vexatious and frequently an
,Ai1z resolution which was unanimous- her Sunday school class of hoys a 4 j
.: .. J.y adopted: Saturday. much success, which they so righly unprofitable problem, especially for
picnic at Silver Springs ; _
St Lucie Tribune.Mr. the new settler.In ------ITR r-: : !_ I
deserve.- -- --- -
: C "Whereas At present the counties She invited an equal number of girls ;,

0f Marion S'umter this matter of Everglade Improvement PRICE LIST OF .
: and. compose the and helping her to chaperone her ::
: and Mrs. A. L. Jackson have returned '
however the canals will
1"'4::Jwentfclh' senatorial district; and guests, was Miss Edith. Piatt. 'They !I from Ocala, where they havebeen play an important. part, in transportation. EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR CO
if' ,
: "Whereas Marion county, accord- went out in a big bus and spent the | .
'filng 'I I on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. W. In addition to the work of redemption The Great Southern Mail Order Hcuse.
--'. to the population, has the least morning fishing. At noon a big picnic _
Jackson. While in Ocala Mr. Jackson these inland waterways will ---- -
?', representation of any county in the lunch was feasted on. In the aner-I EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure.
who is contemplating the purchase
"IofstAte do more to equalize freight rates in -
: andWhereas they enjoyed a trip on the run. I '
)-,- ... noon some registered cattle, visited the South Florida than orders of the per Four Six ferJ
,". ;:. .. under the constitution of Altogether the day was filled with Palmetto any Gallen Quarts Quarts. Case
farms of Monroe, Cnambliss
}-v-the: state of Florida the legislature of the people and it I best railroad commission that couldbe Hatchett's Private Stock.......... ...._._..__.__..... _. |4 00 $-f oo $Ii ooI2_ 00
pleasure for young 'Stock Farm, and was greatly .Impressed created. Hatchett's Thai's Whiskey __..._._....-"..... 450 460 69 1375
jff 1N7 will be the proper time to rejPPOrtIon 'will long be remembered. When -' Katchett's Old Ry,. ..._.__............. ". .. 320 3'aq 48c :,60
with the registered Short Besides with the. network of main Eureka C.\ppleBlaudy..r .... .. 47 475. 700 1400
E. the representatives and senators they came home just at dark they Horn breeds of the farm. This firm i N C. Apple Brandy__.. .__- ........_ ..-- '_325 .. 325 .485 970
? ;, of' the state; and and laughing and had I I canals.and their tributaries the farmer Eureka Malt! ". .._... '.u.._....__: _........ 4 00 ',;4 00 600 u 00
were singing : has about seventy-five head_of registered would not be Isolated. His boats Eureka N' C. Peach Brandy..__...____,, 415 ; 475 7 50 I4 00
--t "Whereas, the legislature of 1905 decorated with dogwood :: ..,
. : the bus muchly : N Cpeaahllraudy 325 325 485 970
V'created I. also seventy-five head of highgrades could carry his products to shipping Eureka N.C.Crn._. .__-.r.--. '"._....._ ......._. 35 325 485 970
Lucie v
the new county of St. blossoms which now abound in cattle, which Mr. Jackson declares EUlekaN.C.Con.XX .._...:-- ---.. ....... 300 300 460 900
.Asking |It imperative for the legislature having a big points whence larger vessels would Eureka N. C. Corn. XXX. .,.... '_'_H_ ._._. 2.75 *75 4>S' 830
t:. the woods, and were t to be the finest he has ever thansport to market. Eureka C Corn. XXXX,__,...___.______,. 250. ,250 .375' 150 .
<;<> of 1907 to pass such a bill; there- time. Old Crow Bourbon.?__ ___._ --.-.. 4 SO 450 675 1356
rrii ., 'ore 4W seen. He was well. pleased. and may, Completion of the first main canal Sunny Brook Rye.. ... .__. ____H_....._ 575 375 5 lis 11 30
. t -' it decide to invest in Short Horn stock. to Lake Sunny Brook Sour Mash '" _....... --_........:. 375: 75 6s 1130
>.:' : "Resolved, By the democratic ex- Mr. John S. Eger, of Altoona Pennsylvania from the head of New river Echo Spring. ....._______ .___ 450 465 090 "75oo
( subscirp- Gainesville Sun. Okeechobee and enlargement of the $i1k Velvet._ _.... u 5 o> 525' 7 55 1570
t I'ecutlve committee of. Marlon county in renewing his "' Oak and _. .._ ,. __ .. ._ ...__._ 375 400 600 ..
: that the Marion tion to this paper says "when I read canal leading to the Caloosahatcheewould
representatives from Mr. C. W. Driver, for many,years a Gin From $2.50t. $3.50 Oalltn p.liltrtd.
: ; county and'tbe the as I do every week, I 'always open a transportation lane ptr -
senators froim your paper resident of this county, but now traveling Save twelve labels of Hatchett's Private Stook and secure a bottle free. Sive twelve

t- .twentieth senatorial district be and wish I were down In your coun!. for a New York dry goods Tiouse. across the state. labels of Hatcbett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of Hatchett's
< From the source of New river j That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C.
have I
,, ..they are hereby instructed to use. all4elegItimate I Ik try, where it. is not so cold. We was in the city Friday and paid the I Corn and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables ofN, C Apple.Brandy and fecnre

means to" a bill which I eight Inches of snow 1-here now. It Is Ocala Banner office pleasant call where the work of digging the' _first. one bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
canal will begin. to the"ocean is about all goods bonght at company's store are 700 per gallon less than when delivered. No
} v WIlj make Marion county a senatorial. still snowing. and bitterly cold.. Hope to renew his allegiance to Marioncounty's charge for jl1n boxes or drayage. All of my bottles are full measure. All standard
c : and.get down among" eight, miles. The river spreads whereit brands ol whiles; sold over my bar at loc per d1ink-lo from 5 leaves 5 for you. All
ir5Utrict withIn herself; be it further to sen out your leading newspaper. wines quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than those quoted
; ..1 "Resolved, That the secretary have people Please give me the price of empties into the ocean, and a bar Special p ices on large quantities; packed any sizes desired. Money refunded if goods. -
of T satisfactory. >
e, preamble and resolution publish- lumber in your country? Ans. Rough: Mr. R. D..Zetrouer, of Geiger, came has formed' which has seven feet ;

;, :'1.id .to'(' the benefit of any .who. may. ex- lumber :J12 to $15 ,per: thousand: ; down"' Friday- 'to attend ..the. meetingof water at high tide. Inside the bar'the EUREKA. WISE AND. LIQUOR. COMPANY.
to lumber. ,to $24 thous- the county democratic executiveBat&S&f channel Is' sand bottom five' to ten .A35 W Bay St. : -. : Jacksonville; Fla.
, >become; c.andldates, for :the dressed ..it'S per L -
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; r '. A Few Farts About the CHy aid Its ; N. T.; MJS.t Keuystewat ;. iLn.ders"o! persons of the hare:special bee aj tax- s.:bFmr.1EaS L. F.it.lLoa.l ; .

-1. Surrouncl."vs.j' : Caaaadalgsa N- 'Y.: Jas. TL. ',i district elections to be beld Ap- .: ... t.,trr. > .

Ipairojst I.. ab,. Mo.; L. P. Baker. .-.* wsJ,. 1HS. By order of tie board :
Ocala Is everywber recognized asme of pobbe inscracxion. Datiss. 5 : -h '

... .Baltimore, 3Id.: T. W.. Lawrence., X.T. Atteu W. D. Cam, a S. SCOTT, ( !tI) UIe k lLbh Bak Ociis.Fla. t *_.-___# ,sI -
of the mast thrifty enterpriassad ,: ,
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; Mrs. T. W. Lawrence; N If: MliiLawrence. Secretary. Chalnnaa '
.i beaatiful cities: in the interior
: Florist, It is t rM capital city of tt. N. T; Mrs. Carnfciia Cunniag& Laeaterand O. .L. Bin-dick engagers. E.3iGCa. t

-- knner IUD1T ffl &toe stat4-Ite cowi. aj, Atiaata. Ga.;' W. D. Cnaz 1. .- .

,, a., thai esptares:: ail the big prizes attte i 2am, Anthony .Fla.; John A. McIntosh No. 2 J. 8. Thomas. J. AaTOBNEYATLAW.ius -
agricultural: fair*-fearing to her C. Toraipaeed and H. C. Price managers -
Bishop. Sylaeaoga Ala. E. S. Mar-; Bkd..) _
ndit the barnT prize at three succ ; ; J. B. Walknp clerk. UOCAIA. -:
'-rfc *zrre state f-ur and: a fcuge Bmnberof I.tin. St. LoaJs. Mo.; W. IL Mars, Be11eT1ej.. Siedd.Fra2k FWJJD-L _
Pttot and L W. NIz- maaa rsiT. .
1. individual pnze; Brocktoa, Mass. F. t. Guild Atlanta
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Bryant clerk.FantriUe.
Tb* !aa4* ronndt"g Ocala are the ,
S. wort elevated aod fertile in the state. Ga; C. V. Faterson Baltimore Md; No. 4 X B. George B. F. .. SYiWPERMANENTLY

( Ocala Is located on tie great ridgs jeparaiing JIr. deBerry ;earzei,. Welrsdale OliSt and R.- B. Fan managers Walter THMY9N. -
Pedriet cleric.DanneZlon. Jltr .
toe ram fail part of wnlco .
tows Into the Atlantic otean on the; ; FIa-; W. J, Weder. Weirsdale, Fla. No. S-W. E. Gamble J. FHYSICIAN ASD l'1GEu. -

.;-.% ... .ae Jin1ejJ aide and the part other.into the oulf ofoa W;;; L. 'Henry" Boston,.-Mass.; Mra W. IL Barksdale; H. G. Keen.and T..derk.n. Miioa. managers -. _OSes orer Tea-pot Cacery. Jt a iexza I

;! j1IazveIor.s ilver Springs more 1.. Henry B-)!ton, Man:; T. N. Sam- Reddlck, No. *-G. W. L. Denham. OCAIA. 'u. CURES

*. _' keactiful .than the Eta urotto 'oijtaly : nr. .}I-Xiltrfe J3a.; John W. "Zuber, TJ. S. Dansby anj S._M.MeGehe. nianaffers c U9HS COWS Il1iol '
l and ; H. G. HaIL cleric. CMMVWJim !lJ'nt.
and faxa&ts In sotg .
Atlanta Ga.; J. L. Connell. Bay City, Pine LeveL Xo. I ASTHMA SORE 'THR6AT HOAIZNXU
rtory-Is oay five mik: dlitant. -Geo. O. TI1m r. J. ED WIN SrEXCES- .
Blue Eprings little leu0Dderfal Fla.; A. G Picket, Se1rt erry. F13I .; W. Boss and_J. H, Brass managers; -.;. WHOOP/He COUGH AND CROUP ,
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A. Ros.
aM lovely; Is only efghteea mf1ta db. c. C. Epperson, wunston ru.; J. a. : rk. ATrOIL EY-AT.LA W,
Lake We1r. I 121iIIe.--Xo-S-B. Coggia. BL Mor DO NOT DELAY .
tint to tbe westward and irA T.A_ rLOZ..IDA.
.1-y -
mate charming- than Lake CC DO, is Georg, Winiston. F"J3.; J- J>. Sasser, risonand D & Driggers managers; <
LUnt3 the drab CD your Jjsten produces permanent dsity.machnery n.
Henry '
Simpson, clerk. -
Jut cbUen miles: to' tte oaibward Sfontbroofc: Fla. A. V. G->Odwin. Mar- ?
nof tubes
ibm is a wondrfu11Jt. and cells To
Ocala is wonderfully located-Its WeCrsdale, No. S- -T. B. Snook. F. bn -
tel Fla. H. L; Hatchiasoa GaInes- II: : raast b kept in crder. COLD
** caning In the Indiaa tongae is lat- ; Lytle and c. S, Gates, managers,, -. health it food tteoatwaredcicoiffin
!.* and signifies the *Taad cf pleuty.g .- yUle, Fla.; W. iL Cookson Jackson- and V. P. Kelsey: clerk J 1J. CHA$ taoce.yet if it was known bj It's proper name cf throat InnwnraiUkr

: The t1nqt stock farms in the state Till. Fla.; c. C. Cartion; Plant City CUra No. 10-rA. C. Whlfe. Henry cr"coniMtIcn of tb8fanjs"ttsdsgerou* character would b. i ,
; are near! Ocala and the most pro- Grantham ani J. P. Moore managers; 4 DD IST. tcated. When & cold makes its appearance use ai ccci & '. -r'iwwidSjrnipwhidiwiaipeeilTOvercomtit
creulve and UP to date farmers, withaerring Fla..; John L. Ingiia. Port IngHs, Fla.; Stewart Raaiey. cltrfc. OCALA St.L&Jos1LsIsTh : ..

:-' judgment baTe located their rJ. C. Epperstein Philadelphia Pa; K. Ba Griner rd Leitner Farm, No. 11-J. J. Luffiman.: WHOOPING COUOH and CROUP Require Prompt Actka slfOi

.; l firms near cere. I B. Baulersoh Fort Pierce Fla. '. W. ;: and H. Jones managers LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest crre* woodtrfal .
Here the farmer lire at toave, his : ; C. ; P. Chalker. clerk. raef; :

moke bouae and bis corn crib. his J. Rogers. Palatka, Fla; ,J.
1 potato tacks and his dairy bulge with J. Folks and J. G.,Marcmn managers; :w.12nnz. THAt',
t. Senty and In bis barnyard are seen Son Palatka. Fla; Albert Wiskr. New J.' B. Me G hee cleric POSITIYELY CURE: WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP _

;: peacocks turkeys geese, ducks ch1ck York; JL E. SchJater. Jttcanopy, Fla.; Sparr No. 13-R. SL Chi). J. W... :Va- C gldiz -
and managers; D. ,
CDS I* c. Seaton Louisville. Ky.; J. L. L Graatham. '
: Speaking specifically and coming clerk. Kn.Haai A.du.t. GolhimiU TeL,VTI$4E-'I ksrt ued EaSu % '
Brings Richmond Va. Candler, No. It-Jas. T. Hall .J. N. ISS B.. X. SIXCLAIg.STENOGRAPHER .
2j' down iDa plain statement of facts we .n Borehound Syrup u4 aMltt BESTEadlrfM.fcrcronp.a aw
,.. atnUon thai: Ocala Haues-B. B. Gallegly Bo- Marshall and G.: G. Richie managers: col3. 111 114lH.v.is 1.1I41111. plouaS $0 ate sad tukkll er ,. :
A.. -
YcC1ain,. irk 1
; Oeala Hu-
:;-j Golf links. cluster N. T.; J. D. Matbeson Gainesville Fellowship No.. 15-C. G- Stevens, & TYPEWRITEfl.r. ,SAFE AND 'SURE Three Sizes 25c, $Oe-., b
One fiorift. Fla.; B. 2 Lennard Jacksonville Sechenger. and Jack McCully. '
I .. Two dairies managers; T M. Philips, clerk.. .and Notary Public neWUlu'.faftdati"ltb IvsnIet4sGtuut L -
Fla.; W. a McCalg; X. C.; H. Electra;:so. II-J. H. ;
Hulford. Jri '
k 1nu1oons, Special attention Town Work I Ballard
to oat of Snow'LnitteDtC St LOJSJS "
One gaiacta., D. JBai&tt, Floral City Fla.; .ciarencejlathovay J. C. Pillaas and J. -P." Holly 'managers : ., .
: I.. H. Pillans. clerk. I Commercial Bank Ocala Fla.
,On touodry I* Boston, Mass.;' Mr. and Blitchton -
; Three banks f No. -J. P. Taylor EL -
( -Seven hotel lira, E. D. Hathoway. Boston, Mass.; L.. Ferguson and J. T. Burgess managers SOLD AND RECOMMENDED B -

Water work a C. Forrester, Arcadia, 'T., EL ; .Joekin.t., clerk. ALL
One ': ,, -, Flaf 1au0.. IS-H. II Scckinger." THE, NEW YORK WORLD. -I I .DRUGGISTS.

Ten churches.hospital James. St. Petersburg. Fla..; J. P. Carson Wm. CuthlH and J. F. Folks. mana .., 41
r.' One architect Tampa Fla.; E. P. Morrow, Can gers Ft.; C. P. Pillans, clerk. Thric -a-WeeV. Edition-Read Wherever ,

r .. Two One gunsmith tin shops. ton Q.; J. B. Brothers, Canton O!: and A.King M, Parker Alex'Geiger.' managers Gabriel; Xong Wm.. the English Spoken.Language. is THE. ,-

: One seed Itwe.- I J. L. Briggs., Jacksonville ,Fla.;' B S. Cook:, clerk ,. -.

JI One cynagogoe t Weathers. Dunn lIon. F1 L; "Wm. H. R.Capulet Green and No..R.20-L.C.Fort H ,Cooner. W. For the winter season now at hand

-j One gas plant. Bedgood, New York; C. R.' Dobson. c.. f9. CV. yA.l2-tw-k** rlppr' managers; 'j the most valuable pacer to YOU will be Marion Hardware
Three :
bakeries .. Linadale n-R-n: : the New York Thrice-a-wee worm Gonpi
Erwin. C. A. !>
Ooe shoe store : ew ion:; j nance ii. Williams, Tam-
Six .restaurants. McCraney and M. Rigdom, managers; because it offers you more at the pric
-4- .Twenty lawyers, +-.."'- pa. Fla.; Mrs, 3!. Williams, Tampa, J. B. Booth clerk. than any other paner published anywhere -
Board of Trade Fla.; Fuller Grooves, Qt tman. Ga.; Cotton Plant No. 22 J.- F. Parker ;In the world. -
D. 1( Barco and D. A.. Walker This is a time ot great events. We -HEADQUAKTERS -
; Six drug stores mans.gers
1 -. :Four contractors R Lee Jones, wife and baby, Philadelphia ; J. L. Beck clerk. are having great wars, and othei
One opera house Pa.; C?. F. Broadburst, Augusta Orange Lake. No. 23-.'. B. Burry changes'of a stirring kind are occurring :

-'Li' Two cigar stores. 'I Ga.; C. R. Boyd. Jacksonville C. E. Cork and L Mizelie, managers; both at home and abroad. Tbr American Wire Fencing: j
Four snoe' shops < ,!, B,- R. Chambers, clerk. Thrice-a-Week World corafes to yom I }
-t! t One variety store Fla.; W. C. Zimmerman. Donnellon Oak HIJJ. No. 24.-D. F. Pant., John every other Say. except ounday. wit I
". McEwen and H. all the news fully accurately ii Sash Doors and Blinds '
W.JCettlea. inc
One music bouse. Fla.; F IL .Roberts Jacksonville: managers; I
J. K. promptly.
MLxon. clerk- "
Eleven '
physicians. -
tf Two paint shops, Fla.: E.. J. Hanley Pittsburg Pa.; Moss Bluff. No. 25 W. E. Martin. A' The Tnrice-a-Week: World always j P ints. Oils and Varnishes -
W. Fort and M. H. its political reports. You can -et the ;
Two Ice factories, Robert C. Green wife New York; Gil- Morrison, managers .
; G..A. Waters, clerk. truth from Its columns- whether you' *

1 __ Two One planing green boos mill*.. tert C. Smith: Tharon, Pa.; E. L. Fairfield No. 2 -J. A. Thomas, "W. are Republican or Democrat and thaIs Mill and Mining Supplid .J

: I Two dental rooms Green, Boston. Mass.; James Steel, N. A. Tongue and A. J. Jones, managers: whatyou want. t ,'II;;,

-'I- Five Thre barber art schools.shops, Y.; F. Lee, Atlanta, Ga.; John.' F. A.Cottage M. Mathews H1L No.clerk 27-C. D. P. Hay- has The a serial Thrice-a-We story running World, and it always is always : ']:**. : Turpentine. Snpplies, <

: Three wood yards Franz Jacksonville, Fla; L. E. Moncrief. craft Wm. De Horn and L. D. Stafford a first-class. story by a -first- .. >
I- ,. One public library, Atlanta, Ga.;. J. B. Martin Ock- managers; L. D.. Beck clerk. World class author. The Thrice-a.Week %.r" :. I Improved; Farming Tc$
Charter Oak No. publishes better fiction tha
; One marble works; 2S-B. E' Freer. "
.t Two bicycle shops, l lawaha. Fla.; T. T. Nelson Philadelphia. -, J. Y. Hicks 'and C. E. LuciusI; mana any. other newspaper in the' United "t '
Two lumber yards Pa.; L. W: Smith, EUavllIe 'Ga.. gers; W. A. Redding: clerk. States. Special attention is also giv- :::1'
Two racket stores Montezuma Pedro No. 2S-R. E. Perry J. C. en to markets, and there are many -- GET .
.Hotet-J. S, McCali. Perry and P. A. Snow. other valuable features. ", OUR PRICES .
??- Three silversmiths managers; J
Two public school Tampa, Fla,; F. W. EHwin, Anthony iL Proctor clerk. The Thrice-a-Week World's ; : I

.barrel factory, / Fla.; J. T. Nelson, Silver Springs Fla.; Kendrick. No.' 20-G. B. Chapple. J. subscription price is only $ regala'l; ;!
-I .;,. A Oad telephone bottling system.works G. B. Gow Ocala Fla.; M. W. Brown J.A. Guthrie.A. Olio,and clerk.Robt. Fort managers 316. ; year offer! and this this unequalled pays for newspaper 156 and I '

Two pressing clubs. Lexington, Ky.; Wml: Jones, Wildwood the Ocala Weekly Banner together one ""I Marion Hardware
_ Two haberdasheries, NOTICE. S. year for $LU. f Gompal
regular "subscription
One dancing 'scboo'. Notice of the Formation : price o'I j I
ofaXew r the two Is $2.00.
Jt Fifteen fruit stores ; John, Tarren, Montbrook Fla.; Election District No. 3 papers
and the Send
i all subscriptions on the above .
_*! Two Six boarding houses Eugenia. Gerock Montbrook Fla.: ; L. Change in the Boundaries of Elec- offer to tne ucaia ttanner. ucaia, ria. -'
r. Tcree wagon works.offices P.. .Mi er, Ocala. Fla:,; W. T. Harrison tion, Florida District No.Done 3. by of Marion the Board County of- NOT cE. STer's a

-, Two 'macnln"- saops. Tampa. Fla. E. A. Tipton.New York;, County Commissioners of Marion I

A military company )[rl. EL A. Tlpton New York; CoL County.. Florida Their Special SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTIONS. Notice rf Application for Tax Deed

rfr One Catholic church > Meeting Held in the City of Ocala.. Under Section 8 Chapter: 4888
: Three jewelry stores,. Lloyd Inverness, Fla.; P. EL Green. on Friday the 9th day of March. A. oJ Lawe of Florida.

_ Two public- libraries < Columbus, .Ga.: B. A. Goodale Jacksonville I I P... 1S05.! ". Notice is hereby given that in accordance I Notice is hereby given that C. A feet* are tat bee a
Two steam laundries, with chapter 5303. Laws of Priest purchaser of tax certificate No. sasxemfcljttkft LaTe beea tpiotia

Three music sctoole' ', Fla.:, H. J., Wright. Sagmon The following descriptions having Florida an election will be held in 107,dated the 6th day-of August 1S8 their of expert derelupmect care in 1tif ft eesimry ttea '

.r.Fr Ten dry goods .stores4 Fla.: H. W.. Bush Minneapolis; Minn.; been accurately made in writing and each of the following special tax tax .certificate. No. 11,, dated the 7tn npaior W to aU otbcn
art ri
One Chinese laundr recorded in school districts: on day of July. 1884. has p Iwi te pawing
J..s. McCali the. clerk's office of Mar filed said Ocnrer and rtalia tecdi .
.- Two daily newspapers Tampa Fla.-;: B. Ward lon county, Florida.Tbe Tuesday, April 3, A. D., 1906, certificate, in my office, and .bar 15u6 ett Aaaeal free.'

*'je Twelve grocery store., Birmingham, Ala.; C. Levy, Blrmlng- board thereupon took up the pe For the purpose of electing threetrustees' made application for tax deed to Issue D.M.FEUY&CO. -

4- Four hardware stores- .ham,'Ala. tition asking for: an election district. for each district and to fix In accordance wIth' law. Said certificates Del/Bit,

.: Five Baptist-churcheS, and.- _In n rnmrJf"ft.----..-__ ._ u-Ith... H.a""'" I.-410_:_' VI._. tho rate of millap'p- to hlevied and embrace the following described -.Kica..
I One Christian church" Florida and having given legal notice collected for. the, next two years. property situated in Marion county,
/Three furniture stores, < Late Getting Busy. I as required by law, in an official newspaper Ocala. No. 1; Mclntosh. No. 2; Florida, to-wit: South half of -

A Three millinery stores published. in Oca!* Florfda. -the .Bellevjew, No. 3; -Fantville.,"0. '4; Southwest quarter. Section 30 and aD fmmsNOTICE :
Four phosphate offices, board of county commissioners and Dunnellon; No. 5; Reddick/ Xi). 6; of section 31. all in township' 13 South.
A paid department.. R; Hudson Burr, who went in witha Pine I/etel. No.-7 Mayville Range
for Marion county, Florida. have this ; Xo. 8; 22, East. The laid land being
Three railway systems.- whirr bobs up. after two years of the 9th day of March A., D.. 1906, designated Weirsdale, No. 9; Citra. No. 10; Griner.: I assessed at the .date'of the issuance> -
j--: Two cold storage plants, Innocuous deseuetude the following election dis. Farm No. 11; Buck Pond No. .12;;: of such certificate In the name -of I-

Three blacksmith shops, as a member of tricts which are established as 'election Sparr No. 13; Candler, No. 14; Fel I Whittier. ,Bros,. and estate of G. A. 31. -
Eight benevolent orders the'railroad commission lowship, No. ._
and proposesto districts are voting places in said 15; Electra. No. 16; IVutu. unless s4L(& ceruacaie snail -
Four realestate agencies. that body's record of masterly county, as follows: Blitchton No. 17; Martel. No. 18; Ft. i be redeemed according to law tax 9.
r I. One kindergarten school.. Boundary of Election District No. 3. King.. No. 19; Capulet, No: 20; Lina- deed will Issue thereon on the 26tb ,

: Two Episcopal churches, inactivity. Mr. Burr challenges Beginning at the intersection of the Sale No. 21; Cotton Plant No 22; day of March A. D., 1906. .
Two cigar manufactories. Editor Harris south'" OrangeLake, No. 23; OakHIll.. No. Witness .
o(. the .Ocaia Banner -to boundary of Aradonda grant my official signature and !
Thirteen Sunday schools, t with the east boundary section 23 24; Moss Bluff. No 25; Fairfield No. seal this the 21st day of February. i.Taxes are du'e and 'payable M tie iJt:
Two electric light plants .a joint debate respecting the merits '26; Cottage HI]]. No. 27 D. A. Monday of November .
township 1%. range ,.%0. running thence : Levon No. ,' 1905.>> j I ol each !ear
Two photograph galleries and .usefulness of-the commission. the 28; Pedro.. No.. 29> Kendrick, No. 30. S. T. 2.Persouah.dpotItuesmnstbeplidaUllt :
with I I
c Three weekly newspapers, challenge* said south boundary of said Qualified'electors at said electionare Clerk Circuit Court Marion same time that real estate is paid OB.HWsessmeau ;',
/ One Presbyterian church, 1 being called forth by the Aradonda grant to the west boundary all registered and qualified voters Florida. County. j I are to the same party. '

*Two chemical laboratories, paper's criticism of the work-or. lack, of Marion county. 'thence south with residing in said districts who pay a 2-23- I r 3. If possible come in person to pay {!It-.,

Severai lumber companies, of work-performed ..by the commis west boundary of Marion county to tax on real or personal property there NOTICE. I' taxes. Paying mail or through othei.P. -
L- Three Methodist churches. southwest corner of section 15.: town- j i is frequently ansatislactbiy.

-, A brass band organization sion., The Hon., R. Hudson had_ bet ship 13, "range 19.-thence easterly in.By order of the board of public InstructIon '. I j! 4. When you come to pay fOUr taxes briD( .

Two electric establishments, ter stick to his original of along south boundary of sections 15. 'of Marion county. Florida. 'I Notice of Application for Tax Deed description from your deed or latest tax receJ& .,
; One spoke-and rini factory -' weapons 14, and 13 township 13 range 19. and This the. 5th day of March 1906. Under Section 8 Chapter 4888. i of what you wish to pay OD. _
Washerwomen by the score warfare-boiler, plate, which the sections 18 17. 16 and 15. townsblp G. S- SCOTT, Laws of Florida. So Don't Wait ti11 last few dart of timelO'1,

'l Three fire insurance agencies, country editor will cheerfully publish 13. 'range 20, to southeast' corner of Attest. W. D. Cam. Chairman. ID then expect- 'the uest service either by mw II :
One section 15, township 13. 20 t/tiouu. i ac rasa is laco oa 5nddel&Y15t'
crate and basket factory, range ,- Secretary. Notice is
"at given that nnaToidable at '
so much J.
Two tailoring establishments. .yard.-Lakeland thence nortb.along eastern boundary 'tt. Cappleman purchaser of tax B, comes. ttiu most take your tun .
One Elks News. sections'15. 10 and 3. ( certificate'No. -
: Club 13
reading room township .
range 20. to the 414 dated the 1st day of 6. You must have your property pwPeil'f!!' ,
Four life insurance agencies corner of June.. A. D.
1903 has sessed.if '
I section NOTICE. filed said you wish to aroid trouble in W g
3 cer.
j4X Three livery and feed stables. There Is mor '- genuine contentmentand ; Thence east, township, range 20. -,- tlficate in my office. and has made of taxes. The cjlltetor cannot alter the y't;
r along southern ap aUoa ,
establishments. plication for tax dee4 to or descriptio" of ssessm iUfminaOs -
-- : Numbers of naval stores offices. pleasure of living In conutry life of section 35 township 12. range %0. Notice of Application for Tax Deed with law. Said issue in accordance tax book. E.1.. CARSKY. Tax CoDf*"'

: Three undertaking establishments, than any other if the surroundings to southeast corner of said section 35. Under Section S Chapter embraces the following certificate oTIS m Marion ConntyOca11s". .

Three job printing establishments, are township .1%, range %0, thence north 4S88, Laws .Florida. perty situated in described pro- ,.--.--- .;
Fir dressmaking establishments, pleasant. If you would hold the girlor I along east boundary of section 35, 26 Notice Is hereby given that, W., C. Florida towit Jtfarjon county, -
'One Epworth League reading room, boy on the farm work for good I and 23, township 12, range 20, to point Townsend,. purchaser of Tax Certlfl.-' 28, sub of northwest: Lots. 25. 26. 27 ,and ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OFJ:=ttDISCI"fARGE. \ ;
Two wholesale grain and feed stores, beginning; with voting place at cate No. 749. dated the tth day of De 14. township 15 quarter, section -
roads. Flemington 'cemberA D south, range 22 .
One colored domestic training Florida. 1896; tax certificate The east 1

school, I Boundarv--. I of-. E:1_:._,_.,ti....... _nd.6..... .... .M..".. "')'It"' No. %61, dated the fttfi. day--. nf-- ---ow.Aitpi.t.. date salj of. t land f..ct being,.......... .assessed... _,__L at'tb. ._ 1 I. .County Judge's Court, Marion .,
1900 --- Cp.iWorida :
Two wholesale Beglnnig at the northeast ; has filed said certificates in --- '- U.L **%-** eertUl.
grocery establish NOTICE. corner of my cate in the name of la Re Estate ..( J f. &**"
ments. section 2, township 12, range 20, Eald office and has made application for Unless said parties unknown. Deceased. .
One. city market and several private point being on north boundary of. tax deed to issue in accordance with deemed certificate shall be re- VOITICK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALt ,
County Judge's Notice to Executors. Marion law. Said certificates to law tax deed
markets. county thence south along embrace the issue thereon I -" .whom it CODCttllthat the
may on
Fair grounds and base ball diamonds AdmInistrators Guardians eastern boundaries of section' 2. 11. following .described property situated ri1. A. D., 1906.'on the 16th day of Ap. istdayfjnne.J.D.rrOO. :,;
Etc. 14. %3. In Marion I
f township 1!. range 20, to south county. FlorIda. to-wit: Witness
The attention of. all Executors east half of my offital sIgnature the undersigned win apply to the Hoi. J"f? j
Tbe largest number paved streets Administrators of Aradonda grant thence southeast quarter of seal this i and Bell,judge
13th ot said rf
t. and side walks of any city in the. in Guardians and all other west along south boundary of said JVr-.. southeast quarter and northeast quarter 1906. day of March. A. D.,- Iota final discharge court as Administratrix as judge prj ',',$
tenor of the state. persons exei .-ising authority In any adonda grant to west boundary of of southwest quarter and west {Seat ] eState of 1V.. Edwards, deceased. Slid i iJIf :;

Carpenters, masons plasterers. pain matters relating to estates under and Marion county. thence along western half of west half of southeast quarter Clerk Circuit S. T. SISTRUNK, J J same time I will present to sad court nf*L.-j 1
ters printers machlnesis ana laborIng by virtue of the authOrity of this boundary of Marion county to the of southwest quarter section 25 town. Florida.' Court, Marion. County, j accounts as adminutratnx of said estate. *" ,
men galore court, Is respectfully called to sections -, northwest corner ot '3la on county, ship 12 south range 55 east.The 3..11 .ask tor their approval. cf
1872 to 18S9 inclusive, Revised said point said land being f Date4 this Nov 28. A. :1
i Ocala has two of the finest hotels being northwest corner- of assessed' at the date Dtc5EflWS IDS.
In the interior and her smaller 'ones Statutes of Florida relatin to the section 3. township'12. range 19. thence t>f the issuance of such certificate in NOTJCE.In Administratrix A t

t- '. are well kept and tidy. Her business settlement of their accounts, final discharge east along north boundary of ,Marion the name: of Ralph. Henry and J. B. C ased._ Kstate of J. F. lUwardJ.I' ... 1:

) blocks are built of brick and stone and removal of, for failure to county, to point of beginning; with Swan. Unless said certificates shall be the Circuit Court of the Fifth J dI- v

and some are three stories in height. make such return and reports as are i voting place at Geiger. Florida. as appears redeemed according to law tax deed clal Circuit Florida-In and .l
: Plans have been submitted for a required by law and NOTICE Is here- of record In deed bOOk 121 page ,will issue thereon on the '2nd day of for Marion County-in NOTICE. .
: sixty-five thousand dollar court house by given to all concerned that all 442., Register of Deeds. 'Marion coun- April A., D., J906. '. Chancery. "
and a hundred thousand Executors Administrators Guardians. ty. Florida. Witness my official signature The
dollar government and democratic, executive roof ZU::
;- building. and others who have tailed or neglected Board of County Commissioners. seal this the 28th day. of February, A. i. D. C. Wharton Smith Marion county is hereby eaJ
to make
their returns to this court I TL D.. 1906. complainant 'Ia.i'-
W. LONG. meet }
Chairman. vs James Coons at the Ocala.
et court house at
as required by law on before ,
or defendants.
the Board of County S. T. ISTRU der Or.
Commissioners. TJ{, for on
Atlantic Coast Line operates first day of June 1908 Constructive Service. 1
will be required I S. T. Clerk Circuit Court Marion It'is .
: the finest of Pullman Buffet Cars on to make such settlement under pro. 3-16-at. Clerk SISTRUNK. Florida.. County herein ordered that, the defendantS Saturday, March 17th, 19C&...nnIII 1
Circuit 3-2-C atOne
its day trains and Pullman Buffet cess of this court and 'will ,be forthwith I I .Court. and Mary named.- to.wlt: James Coons I of o'clock p. m., for the.!' J"II :
removed from office. W. Coons be formulating rules and re'''''-- .
Sleeping Cars, on its night trains between As these returns 'are often complicated j NOTICE. hereby required to appear and to they; are for conducting the primaries W '

Ocala and Jaekaonvill. Con requiring the examination the I -. ot complaint. in this cause on or before V held May 15th and June 12 1908to &III
J i.ctionsmade there for all points; East entire record and considerable --time i To Whom it May"Concern:- Monday, the ,7th day o( May 06 transact such other business "'F
i i :
c-t--: and West.It parties desiring to make such settlements ... j Take notice that I will on 'the first' s farther ordered that a COpy of th2: may properly come before it. .
are requested to advise me the ,. .' -...... [ Thursday of May 1906.. or as., soon, four bepublished once' a week ton Is. The precinct club of each prew*! :
-* particular day on.which they intend to i thereafter as. I may be .heard consecutive weeksTSSr fn the : requested to bold a meetl2g 011a' ;
:The Pullman Buffet Parlor Cart en make settlement In order that I may .IIID If. 1} to the pardoning' board at Tallahassee apply, Banner a 'publlsbed In Ocala said 10th Inst. for the purpose of '

1-:: riI 'th. day 'trains and Pullman arrange my engagements :wtth others I L Florida !or a pardon'for Sandy'Lock- county. a committeeman for the ensuln*ectt4" ;
Sleeping having business at. the.o1ice 80 there t--BAMt'DEposIT Icy Who ,/was.convicted of, murder Tbls 8U1. day of March. b06. years and each committeeman :
Cars on the night trains of the Atlantic will be no conflict the at [Sea.t1' Is pet-
Respectfully. 4JdIJaU U L R FII'8 PalL Pksi Spring Term of the"c1rcuJt: court S. T: SISTRUNIc earnestly requested to have p ;
Coast Lint. art txanwtaa' cf IXcef. JOSEPH BELL. .azf';;0"-'' -:. --. takes M tuition. 8.-r for-Marioa county.-Florida, in 1105 Clerk. CircuIt Court Manon ; credentials.

::1 '. :!net and omfrt. County Judge of Marion County, Fla. nl di ape on MrUL Dont I.-tt. .& March IS 1L .d; Slstronk r' Chairman ;
'- WUaus..U'COLlECEW",," 1JO. Attorney for Pej .. wrli :; Drbl Democratic ExecutlT I"

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.. .. ), i-\ t te'; \'\ ?*-- J* 4 r r- -IF.! r ', :>4f.' -- \ 'Snyder, creek and one mile of dredging HOW NEW. ORLEANS ,MAY,
( that anyone who did nott favor'the : : ,! SrO ." 'I ff"f"'f l"'f 4 4 A. M. '
'.should have an ,annual1 l fromfthe creek#to ,the oceaji* Wo'uldmake EXTERMINATE MOSQUITOES :-
foregoing resolution need not expect New river navigable for .deep-
|.;dressing 500 pounds any votes In the norhwestern portion Mosquitoes jive ..in. the. vicinity in With the hope of adding ip the'fund draft v sses-. It 'has ,been estimatedthat Rewards, are' Offered by: the B ard of .'<

: ota Jertilizer,contain- Qf the county, and this idea seem which. Jhey. br ed. Thejt do not often of information concerning the Ever- an-expenditure of not: more than Health of'That City for Cap.'

t- POTASH edto be. about the feeling of the entire fly along 'distance. glades improvement I visited the $100,000 would, ,be needed to make..a ture of Stegomyia.

: ,peij pent committee. Mosquitoes breed "onlyIn water- scenes where the first'steps are being channel. with '24. "feet of water. ,

''per cent. available C. J. Smith made a motion to the fresh wate :,. I1* II taken toward beginning the great project For six miles t up the river' the The Board of Health of New Orleans-
;$'o ; acid. effect that the county commissionersbe The young mosquito; or wiggler, Fort Lauderdale and New River.I depth ranges' from, 20 to 40 tek offers rewards as follows.for stegom-

nominated by the voters of the district lives in water at. least seven'to, twelve desire, ,first, to direct attention to .The. : completion of the East .Coast yia: .
,will gradually force out days. the .common use of the term-"drain- Five cents'will be paid for each
from which they were elected. eanal will also furnish an outlet. to -
.- sse and mosses from After""quite, lengthy discussion on the i Although'the wrigglers live in water age of the : Everglades" misapplied theY/.n I.rthwar thus providing water stegomyIa mosquito, male or female

adowsand : !: subject, and after it was explained by they must come frequently the surface wfien.,used',In reference to the proposed I transportation from both sides to" the dead or alive found in any house in
I; bring good work of/Governor Broward. New Orleans and delivered to the office .
members that this method would be to breathe. A" ; Everglades telitorry.-Edw rd Fitzgerald -
clovers! thus : It Is not of the Board of Health during the
and in Coal | the intention to drain the
, ; i contrary to law. the motion was withdraw on the surface of the water In Jacksonville Sun..
the as well I .. prevents the wrigglers from Everglades; that is in the sense of month of March. A reward of $5, will
quality as
: ng 'Pt be paid for the first ,
Friday March 30, was set for the breathing. popular belief. which apparently the A, Lively Tussle. live female stegomyia -

of the,hay. next meeting. The object of this meet- Destroy the breathing places and opinion that Improvement by the With that, oft old enemy of the race, constipation mosquito found in any house in -
. book ."Farmer's Guide state means Cb ends 4n appendicitis. New Orleans and delivered to the of*,
-wipe dry that
is ,
to hear the reports of the various you destroy the mosquitoes. To avoid all serious trouble with j
. facts for every sort of crop. committees.At Empty the water from all tubs the earth. : stomach liver and bowels take Dr. flee of the Board of Health together v
It is one of a number of books on Instea&the; plan of improvement to King's New Life Pills. They perfect with the address where found and the
;L fertilization which we send on re- this juncture the chairman sal4 buckets pans, cans, flowerpots vases, ly regulate these organs, without pain
I : of any cost or obligation, to any i that he would be compelled to ask once, every forty-eight hours. be followed is "lowering of the waters or discomfort '25c. at Tydings & Co. I| hour and date when delivered. A reward

,- t4 ,will write us for them. I the committee to excuse, him as he Fill or drain "ail pools ditches unfilled of Lake 'Okeechobee, --thus preventing /Iruggists. m of, $3 will be paid for the second
KALI overflow of and $2 for the third live female eteg-
GERMAN WORiCS. the lands.
; ( S. had business out of town, and Sir. postholes, and the like. The azure heavens above flecked
' -oJ NOH Street or The cause of innundation being omyla mosquito found and delivered
[ tUut*. G-22% 5o. Broad tree. Long was elected chairman pro tern. Change regularly every day all re- with fleecy flitting clouds and the -

_ _...m_ _ Mr. M. L. Payne asked to be relieved water needed in chicken coops kennels moved the lands will then be in condition flower gardens beneath them, arrayed under ,like conditions." .

r p1MCRTMC EXECUTIVE COM. from service on the printing etc.'Treat for drainage, reclamation and with the graceful trailing sI>ierea. }Ir. B. M. Scruggs, a prominent .
, committee. Acting chairman. Long with coal: oil 'all waterstand occupation- by the settler who will like a bridal wreath I
,ji J ready the merchant of Flemlngton, was in'the '
do -
> granted the request and at the Ing1 which can, be screened or drainedone such work of drainage by means
suggestion bride gives to Florida a touch of city Friday and paid this office a.,
Campaign in Marion County Opened of several members appoint-' ounce of oil will cover, 15 square i of ditches, as may be necessary to ren- beauty all her own. I pleasant business call.

: *! ?;Saturday -John M. Graham Elec1 .-' I ed Chairman Graham as the third feet of surface.) The oil does not ef- der his land tillable. The main canals

fii: ted Chairman-AH but Seven man on this committee.On I feet the water for use if the water, is leading from Lake Oke chobee, and '---'.-- '

:' Precincts Represented. motion the executive committeemen j I drawn from below. the' lateral arms will furnish outletsfor

;;, frQm each precinct was empow- ( Where oil is applied to standing individual drainage.That DAVID S WOODROW '.4 '

-: *The Marion county democratic ex. ered to name a man as district reg- I water it must be distributed evenly is .the scope of the Everglade ,

fjibi Q.Se,Saturday afternoon at one o'- named: Reddick. :M. H. Rou; Put fine wire netting over the cisterns the state; and the preparation for cultivation REAL ESTATE. : ';

pock aa per,call of the chairman. Juliette, J. B. McGehee; Camp Izzard wells, and tanks of water in to be done by the settler.. t

'.%Mr.- John M._ Graham committeeman everday When Lake Okeechobee is lowered .: f
: W. L. Jordan; Shady Grove H. W. use. Room J2, Postoffice Block, OcakFkThe.
l' 1 from the Ocala precinct, secretary of Douglass; Summerfleld, A. D. Mitchell Places in which it is undesirable to the source of overflow Is cut off forever "

'the old committee. called the meet- Lake put oil, such and the method of preparing land
.'. Weir J. L. Brinson; .MossBluft.J. as watering troughs for
ring to order and' read the call. T. Lewis Linadale C. J. McCran live stock, lily ponds, and so forth, for cultivation Would involve .no more
F1rst.ln order was the formation 'ofa. expense- labor than needed for similar ZEdUTT, PWPEflTY ON PUBLIC SQUARE. '
ey; Citra, R.
temporary organization !ch_ was B. H. ;Leitner; Stanton, W. Allsop; putting In gold fish or minnows. land elsewhere.At I
'effected by the election of John M.Graiiam Clean all least the assertion is justified by
Blitchton, W. B. Rawls; Belleview R. away weeds .grass, and
; < chairman, and Osco Ze- seeing what has been done along New wo story brick house on this property must be
;t : C. Ridge; Dunnellon, H. A. Keene; bushes about ditches. oonds. and other removed and 'It 4
I .wadski secretary. Candler. E. Pritchett; Sparr A. J. possible breeding places. since these river near Fort Lauderdale. ,will o sold cheap as'"it stands. The corner lot with 35 feet frontage .on
called and the following Land is being cultivated hOw with fhn f)1JIIiC square Is still uns ld. -I
Boll was afford
: Stevens; Pedro C. E. Lucius Kendrick a hiding place for mosquitoes.Clean 1'
prednots.. were represented either bY'' G. B. Chappell; Martel H. L. up vacant lots and back yardof great success that ten years ago was (

.committeemen% or proxy: Seckinger ; Fairfield W. W. Best; all canstins, bottles, and rubbish. included in the Everglades.

K,Ocala John M. Graham; Reddick; First, do with treat all Through the persistence of settlers
: Geiger, W. W. Geiger.L. away ZEBUTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST. and NORTH
Cotton Plant J. S. Hud- and expenditures for FIRST:SI
: !% S. Light; S. Light made" a motion to the places where mosquitoes are known to drainage by the

: ,gens; Camp Izzajd W L. Jordan; effect that instead of having four inspectors breed, and' ,the begin to, work on Florida East Coast Railway, on both tr-
Shady J. M. Sum- forks'of New river the line of The North west corner lot 29 feet facing
,,. Grove Douglass; as heretofore. at each precinct places where they might breed. the Magnolia street and 84 feet
A. D. Mitchell Lake Everglades has been to on North First street facing the Go'vernraent Public _
merfleld. ; eir'l booth there be only there for Inspect and treat with coal oil, gutters pushed the Building site Is still -
Bluff J. westward, and where few unsold, also the lot immediately sou th of it 28 feet .
'C. J. Smith; Moss T. the approaching primary and that instead -
'Grahamville, W. T. Henderson; Salt I j I. of paying them $2.00per day catching basins, etc., .along the'road the ground was overflowed a.nd covered '* *v

: Springs J. M. Graham (proxy); Lin-I 1 they be paid $1.00 for their services. side. Manhole covers should be cov with growth of sawgrass can be OCKL0WAHA AVENUE '

adale, C. J. McCraney: Citra,, J. W. Clarence J. Smith offered as a substitute ered. .' found fertile vegetable farms bearing .: ., J : '

:Crosby; Anthony W., T. Forbes; that the Inspectors receive no Houses should becleared of mosquitoes ,magnificent crops. ,

-- Stanton, A, J. ; Wynne (proxy) pay stating that any man who would by burning one pound of Insect In this case -drainage of the Everglades" The> lot known as the Philbrick 'lot on the south.side of this avtnu\
between the residence .of Mrs. Austi n and Mr. T. B. Snyder la fZr'sieThis _
EHtchton. S. J. ; McCully Belleview, not serve in this ,capacity for he good powder or two pounds of sulphurto has proved to be a profitable -

li A. Freeman; Dcnnellon, II. A. of the party was not a fit man to- sit 1,000 cubic feet of space. The investment profitable indeed that is a large lot having 140 feet fr ontage'and' being 2H 'feet' deep an(Ii
well above the level of the street. -
; Keen, (proxy); CaId1ir. T. E. Prit- in Judgment as to ,the qualificationsof mosquitoes will fall to the floor and the poorest of the land now cultivatedis '

chett; Sparr, D. L. Grantham; Pedro a democratic voter.: should be collected and burned. valued at $35 an acre. -
i. <2. E. Luslus Kendrick W. K Nix ; According to the statements of the -- I
; ; ; These gentlemen were informed that Success In the_ mosquito destruc- : -

Fairfield, M L. Payne; Geiger, D. R.Zetrouer. the state primary fixed the pay that tion depends upon the co-oreration of growers the soil ,shows no .indication

it-, Mart l. H. W.. Long, ("proxy); dnspectors were to receive so. both the members ot the entire community. of wearing out. It retains its vital R T AIL PRICE LIST OF _

8i i:: .-zetrouen motion and substitute were with- .fever is carired by a single etaonishrd ity year after year, and the same WHISKIES WINES

:} On motion all duly authorized prox- drawn. While the 'infection of yellow fever heavy crops follow" successively. BEER AND. MALT _
"- :'les presented: in writing were allowed The chairman and secretary of the is carried by a single species of A fine tomato field can be seen that I

f ::a seat, in'the body With fulll power to committee and Mr. D. A. Clarke will mosquito the (stegomya) to insure formerly was under water many '

...' vote on all questions. i its destruction it Is "to destroy months of the year, as indicated by
act as finance committee during the necessary EXPBess rBEI'AID. Bulk goods-JUgS' -Not Drepaid,
.4 'J. L Hudgens then made motion campaign. ail mosquitoes. the marks on cypress: trees standing FullQt.! treasure..... .., ,4QLs 6 Qts. u Qts. tt.5opergalloii.- Rye. Cin,Co.n. Good Grade

: to the effect that the temporary or- There being no further business the ,ln places liable to yellow fever both here and there. N Hunting 1son County Club Rye Rye...._ ... 52 2 6s $4 00 $7 00 $too per gallon. '
01 2S 7
Not only do __=::.. : Rye. Gin. ,Corn Rum, Fine CualilY h.so per gal,
; ganlzation be made permanent, which committee adjourned to meet individual and communities have an vegetables grow with Monogram Rye S 4 60 8'00 _
as oHanne's"'44" Rye.____ 3 75 S 00 9 50 Rye Gin.Corn,xuni Best for the mQnc-y.
.. was carried. ; above stated. effective method of protecting them rapidity and vigor but citrus fruits Social Drops... ...__ _.._ 4 50 G 50 U 00 t .oo per gal. -
On motion. of L. S. Light a commit- selves as indicated above.. Use the show their fondness for the soil, and, :wt Whlskey..._...._..._ 3 75 S 00 950 "44" Rye.Peach and apple bundy. Men.we _
Peach ..._ .. _
Brandy ,
3 75 00 9 foG by age. 00 gal.Apole .
4 per -
'tee' on rules on which the primary :: Killed in the Denver Wreck. mosquito bar at once over all cases of orange and grapefruit trees of recent Braldy! 3 75. S 00 950 ".
Victoria Rye, Social ,Medical
Holland GlU..=::::= 2 80 Drops Rye qwditySeneva
4 S 7
'l election is to be held was appointed. J j -_ fever until the setting out are growing as fast and '
v danger from yellow Gin _.__ _._. 375 500 !ISO LEMP ST. LOUIS BEER Per dog _
with! Instructions to report at next 1 In a blinding snow sto-m in t e'Ar- fever has passed.. 'Destroy all mos- healthily as could be desired. I North Carolina Corn........ 2 6s 4 00 ; 00 Falstaff ..... _..'_...._ ._.......Jz 'S
;< I Mountain Corn ..._...._ 3 75 s 00 950 Extra pale____._____...... t I.
>.meeting.. This commttee. consists of kansas valley, between express trains .quitoes. Yet ten years ago, with the excep- Jamacia Rum ___- 2 o6 425 750 Standard_..._.____. -0.100 _
' L. S.; Light. S. J. MeCully and T. E. i I tion ofa portion of the land of the Medford knu .__..._._ 3 75 Suo 950 Maltextradark- ..... ...._ .........-100
east bound and west bound,' on the WALTER WYMAN. Grape B randY"'k- 3 75 S 00 q 50 cohurger imported........___..... 200
:, ritchett, ( Surgeon General. Marshall, the following Acreage was Klngo .bo.-rD_ 3 15 SOlI 950 Bass Ale.pints .... ''' .... _._ 2 25 -'
,0 A Denver and Rio Grande, a head-on Assortme Allowe! on all Gcs of Sma GWDDess Stout, pints ....-- ----...., '
: committee on printing was then i Everglades: L.XV.. Marshall 75 acres; :

\', ,'I appointed consisting of the following i,I I collision occurred near Pueblo, about Flowers for Marion's Members. I \V. H. Marshall 50 acres; Osceola I l'rie. rrlces br the ba.'el on appllcrt1ca.. :' _

"members, : !I. L., Payne, L. S. Light !i:: 2 o'clock Friday morning. -- Fruit and Vegetable Co., 60 acres; J.

; .and' a J. Smith.The duties, of this I'i ,The press dispatches report forty I Two of the ablest members of the W. Braddrtck. 10 acres; w. E. Butts_ ..

committee are to get estimates as to ,, persons killed and many others sev- last Florida legislature! hailed from the 5 acres; A. H. Butts. 5 acres; H. D.
;:,the cost of printing tickets and other iously wounded.In good old county of Marion-Hon. Car- Braddock 4 acres; Wheeler, & Smith. ,

: 'work in this line necessary for the the list of killed was the name los L. Sistrunk and lion. E. L. Wart- 12 acres W. R. Moore, 6 acres; R. A.
946.258 West Adams St. Jacksonville Fla _
,;fprimary election. Mr. Light presentje of express messenger Ennis McPar- man. We are informed that both ,of Bryan 10 acres; Swan Swanson,. 4 _

d acts and figures" showing that land of Denver. Col. these gentlemen will again be before acres, and at least 100 acres more belonging

.about fifteen per cent of the eamr I It will be remembered that about the people in the coming primary, to various persons-all of it

r Lpaign fund of the last primary was : three years ago Mr. McParland was' Hon. E. L. Wartman for re-election to being adapted to cultivation. ICor.

i FPent for printing and he was of the :I married to Miss Emily Pfieffer, of the House of Representatives.. and The success attained by these farm- The Vehicle and Harness Co '

-opinion.. that this amount could be ma- this 'city. Mrs. McParland is a: sisterof Hon. Carlos L. Sistrunk will, enter the ers offers testimony beyond dispute of

: :--terIafly" reduced by nppoinfment Mrs. Fred G. B. Weihe and her race for States Attorney In and for the fertility of the muck soil of the "

, '--'-tt a committee to interview 'the .printers many friends will be greatly pained I th'e fifth judicial circuit. :Mr. Sis- Everglades and the high value they FotsythanC.dar St.

:,".". before the work was done. to learn of the tragic death of her I trunk -Is an able lawyer, and if he is place upon their lands shows the con- JCKSO.VYILLE, FLORIDA. _

::. '::.-. Upon motion of IL W. Long, a cam- husband. The young widow and her I elected States Attorney and makes as fidence they possess in the money-

(: :> J>algn committee1 was then appointed i little'son will probably return to i able an official in that capacity as he making qualities of their farms. Dealers in Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys,

?:':' f to: ( act iij conjunction! with th eCha r-1 Ocala- to"make, their-home_ .here.' I. did as a member of the legislature So much for the side of. fertilityof Road Carts, Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, Etc.
.]l1an and secretary in arranging -' --- the people of the fifth circuit will the muck soil. It has been tested,

v ihe: election. Dr.. W. H. Griffith. J. w.1 Mrs. Stovall School Gives Picnic Class. for Sunday. !I! make no mistake in electing him. The and satisfactory results have repaid URGES CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST\ PRICES

|- cCoby and D, A. Clarke were named. f people of St. Lucie county join" the the labors of the pioneers.
L ;.*;:* JI".-L. Payne then offered the follow- :Mrs. Mamie Howse- Stovall gave many friends, of these two gentlemenin' Now for the side of transportation- .

r' ,'Jng resolution which was unanimous- her Sunday school class of bpys a Marion county in wishing them always vexatfous and frequently an

f.-\jy adopted: picnic at Silver Springs Saturday. : much success whlcn they' so rlghlY unprofitable problem! especially for

!t '!";":-. "Wher'as.t' present the counties She invited an equal number of girls ;j deserve.-St.: Lucie Tribune. the new settler.In ; ::" : -:c"c, _' ___v.-:: _.'______:l:___.:-------C: ; _:><\;;; ,N: ;#

i .:,T:pf Marion and.Sumter compose the and helping. her to chaperone her ;: this matter of Everglade improvement PRICK LIST OPEUREKA _
and Mrs. A. L. Jackson have
I I' I Mr. returned .
f twentieth senatorial district; and guests was Miss Edith Piatt. They ,_ however the canals will
from' Ocala where they have WINE & LIQUOR
., "Whereas play an important part in transporta
f- Marion county, accord- went out in a big bus and spent the ,
f: -',lug to the population has the least morning fishing. At noon a big Pic-I.been on a visit to Mr. and :Mrs. L. W. tion. In addition to the work of redemptIon The Great Southern Mail Order Htuse. _
Jackson. While in Ocala Sir. Jackson
,-,:: i..., rePresentatIon' of any county in' the nic lunch.was feasted on. In the after I who is contemplating the purchase of these inland waterways will EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart Measure. _
_state. .and do more to equalize.. freight rates in -
noon'they enjoyed a trip on the run.
t 'r'-- 'Whereas, under ,the constitution. of Altogether the day was filled with !I I some registered cattle, visited the South Florida than any, orders of the PerFour Sir Perj _
farms of :Monroe, Chambliss, Palmetto allen Quarts Quarts Case _
,:, ;:th ie state of Florida the legislature of for the people and it 'I best railroad commission that could Itatchett'sPri'ateStCk.-.. .... .-...._...--.. .- $400 **oa $600 }I20Q
I ":: -;::1S01 will pleasure! young I'I Stock Farm and was greatly impressed be created. Hatchett'. Tha 's Whisl.ey _..._......_..._; ._. 450 460 6 P 13 is _
be the proper time to re- will long be remembered. When Hatcbett's Old Ry". ..,___.._,..:.......... .. ._ .320 320 481: 1160
. apPortion the representatives and sen- I with the registered Short Besides with the network of main Eureka N C. Apple Brandy...._._ ... .... 475 47S 700 1400
they came home just at dark they Horn breeds of the farm. This firm "- N C. Apple Brandy._.. .__.__ ..........._. __ 32, '* ,325,485 970 '
, ;'ators. of the state; and were singing and laughing and had xanahTand. their tributaries. the farmer Eureka Malt .. ........ .....______........ 400 -',400 000 1200 _____ __
( I has about seventy-five head of registered Peach .._.._.__._._. '
'i7- "Whereas would not be isolated. His boats Eureka N. Brandy. ,-- 4 75 475 > I4OO
; the legislature of 190at'creJ.t the bus m\ Chly decorated with dogwood i j seventy-five NC.PeaahUrandy .._..... ........._..... .. 335 35 74s 97
tv the new county of St. Lucie. I I also bead of high could carry his products to shipping Eureka N. C. Orn- ...__ ...-.:.._ .-._ 325f 3 25 4S i 970 --EurekaN.CCOrI.XX _
, blossoms- which now abound in I I grade cattle, which Mr Jackson de- ...__.. ......_. ..,..... 300 300 460 900 _____
ig.fe,Hiking it imperative for the legisla- the woods r and were having a big points, whence larger vessels would Eureka X. C. Corn. XXX. ...... .__.._ ...-...... 2,75' a 75 4 IS 830
|:?, -tore or 1907 to pass such a bill; therefore j I dares to be the finest he has ever thansport to market.. Eureka N. C. Corn. XXXX...-.-.. _......---.. 2 SO.. .250 J73 750- _
time. He well pleased and Old Crow Bourbon_ ..._..._ _. -__... 45 45 675 1356 '
| be itt seen. was may, Completion of the first main canal Sunny Brook Rye,. ....__.-_. ---...._ '3s 375 $6s 1130
; decide to invest in Short Horn stock.- Sunny ook Sour Mash ..._...._ ...._.......... 375 ;; 5 65 ii 30
to Lake 75
tp Reslved By the democratic exCUtive Mr. John S. Esrer of Altoona Pennsylvania from the head of New river Echo Spring.,.,...-.._.____ ...._----- 450 .465 6rp 1215
}r-t. :! committee of ,Marion county in renewing his subscirption Gainesville Sun. Okeechobee and enlargement of the Silk Velvet..._. -- _.... .. 50053S'" 7 fiS 15'JO _
.'- Oak and .--,.-.. _....-_._" 375 400 600 100 _
the to this "when I read canal leading to the Caloosahatcheewould
-tthat representatives from Marion paper says -
: Mr. C. W. Driver for a
many years
I'..-;;: :county and the senators ffom the your paper as I do every week, I always resident of this county but now traveling open a transportation lane Gin From $2.50 tt $3.50 per OalUn/ D.liv.r.d
"- ;tV labels Hatchett's Private
Save twelve Sto-i and secure a bottle freer-Sive twelve
:> '..twentI U senatorial district be and wish I were down in. your country for a New York dry goods house, across the state. labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve lables of'Hatchett's _
' **they are hereby instructed to use, all'Ieg1t1mate I where it Is not so cold. We have From the source of 'New river That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C.
?* was in the city Friday and paid the Corn and secure a bottle: free. Save twelve tables of N. C Apple Brandy a.ud recure
" :; means to i, pass a bill whicq I eight Inches, of sno'w here. now. It is Ocala Banner office a pleasant call where the work of digging the .first one bottle free Save twelve label of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of -'___ __
'-4Ifl canal will begin, to the'ocean' is about all foods bought at company's store are ?oc per gallon less than when delivered. No'
make Marion! co nty a senatorial still snowing. : ,_and bitterly cold. Hope to renew his allegiance to Marioncounty's charge lor justs boxes or drayage. All of my bottles arc full measure. All standard _
: ; strlct within herself; be it further' to sellout and-get down among your leading eight miles. The river spreads whereit brands of trinities soU over my bar at IOC per drink-10(rom I 5 leaves 5 for you. All __ __
newspaper. wines quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than tho quoted
',. ."Resolved That the secretary have people.. Please give me the price of .- empties into the ocean. and a bar Special p ices on large quantities;",packed any sizes desired. Money refunded if goods.r .

1he' preamble and resolution publishfor lumber in your country? Ans. Rough :Mr. R. D,.Zetrouer of Geiger came has formed which has seven feet of satisfactory. ff'I _

k .l the benefit,of any who! may exr !lumber -12; to'. $15 per thousand' ; down Friday, .-attend. .'the meeting" water at'high tide.. Inside the bar the EUREKA\" AND..LIQUOR J COMPANY _

1 ;. to. .become: cs.zdIdates/ for 'the dressed" lumber. iu8tQ J24 per'jhous- ot the eunty :democratic eiecutlve. channel Is' sand bottom five'- to 'ten ,.S5 W Bay st. ; Jaekson'illeFla.;
!.Spo: tn :" ;. $ &.'*"* ItEi \ rid.i" ..f, ; 'lJt'.t,j ,t :i'OQIIuittee: \ at aY.I' ; t.j 'r feetrdeep, Uromf New --riveri.sound. ,to c' ,- '.. -' -' ,'- -' -' '. '::" -1---.. -- ''- "" ... --- -" _______

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Vii" .. 4 a Far CELERY About.A"t'10 8ANFORD.acres -have left 111t1HI1Ht111IIH11111IHflt1t111111tt1ft11Iffi1t11111ffftlN' ''''''''' '',,,,,,,' } ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,," -"ttt11tfl1111t111111111111" ''''''''''''''''''ft -'

There-Netting Good Prices. ..-- ,-
: Sanford Fla, March 17.-W. H. .. ,
JBebael & Son, of Philadelphia bought .. '
_ i from J. E.'Pace 15 cars of celery,con- :: ABE tHE JAKE

lilting of 6,000'crates; .at the rate of .. .
$3 a crate. So.far about 10 cars have .. .
F tift here "going to Philadelphia, Cln- ::- ,'
T dnaati.: Pittsburg and Chicago, while
-1#r large lots :have been shipped by ex-
fteas. The heaviest movement will be tI -; "
about April 10 to 15. :: GROCERY
k Potatoes look fine here. Quite a ..
-1 4 large amount of tomatoes and cukes ..-
win be raised here as well as a j .
4. sprinkling of all kinds of vegetables. t ::-- ,
AD cars of celery that have left here t ..
a-r but one, with the exception of Pace's ...-- .,,
-$ IS cars, have sold for $2.25 or more. .
#Growers UO@3.before think the the price season will is reach over. :: We do do all the Business but
t not to Grocery
4 Chase & Co.. have the handling of ..... care ,
'early two-thirds of the celery here -
4 .... '

,4 Plant-'Buyers City Fla-at, Plant March City..-It is ... we want to get a ,good share of it. We firmly be- |

"iV learned that Moyer of Philadelphia ::.
Bias bought about half the celery acreage __
'5;' at Palmetto Fla., the price be- __ .
ir i** lag |L75 for small and U.2S@.35 for fieve that:concern- that gives its customers -
large. Celery Is out of reach the best .:: exceptionally

bringing $%.35 as far back as the mid- .....
ale of last week. There is lIttle ....
Cabbage here and no lettuce or celery. .
i This section will have a lot of beans, :: good values in instance is bound to

,_, potatoes,.cukes and tomatoes. Therefleems .... every go
to be a disposition to monopolize __
=.c the tomato __
In this .
-j tion. A. F. Young & Co.. of New York :-:
ahead and deserves This idea
1 he.have,contracted for a lot of tomatoes ____ to. prevails through-

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;, Celery Growers Feel Good. :: '" '. I
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Palatka, Fla, March 17.-Palatka ..... out our entire business.. ,
as about 10 acres of celery some --' .
: ttscts. lettuce, potatoes as well as t ::: > '

5 Crinkling i of all kinds of :vegetables; ....- ; : ::: ': ;> ;:
s -<- tale celery crop looks fine, but is ....., ., f.. ,,- .

i ; nalL ttey have The'a celery gold mine growers in feel the crop that :--: A\..'' V' Every Dollars Worth of Goods We Sell Must 3

;. tils season. T\ .............. ./-i--" :
GOOD TOMATOES SCARCE. :::: .9.it'l. -- < .... .
\ i ..... : :
tik Fancy Florida Stock Would Bring $7 ...... Give Perfect Satisfaction

Easily-Cubans. Are Better.NewYork. ....... i: ;
March. 17.-Fancy to- \
:; ., latoes[ of all kinds are very' scarce. --: I :1
M is almost impossible to get any'here $- ,
j from Florida because buyers pick -- -.y- .__
;, them up,at the station at such prices ::_ ;., ....h-
that It will not justify any chances of &: ..'.:. .....-1'
r} Bringing them to New York. The ___ ; -
..& west, seems to be so anxious for the .- -4

'>"JE i' ., stock that .it Is quickly snapped up. :: ; ,: ; We Allow No Misrepresentation.
Fancy would bring $7 easily. 'A great __ .
deal o( stock which ,comes from Florida ,', '
Lk' marked fancy is really little good ..E : :' .v .-
9 -
and ranges $1.50@3: This Quality is :: \

hard The to move. l We want to call attention.' to Coffee.

-AP somewhat Cuban better tomatoes, the are price showing ranging1.50@3.50. : up ..... your especially our Wehandle

;. -\ It Is going to require good :: Chase &
Famous Brand
weather both in Cuba and Florida, to exclusively always uniform
j net any good tomatoes. ...... ,
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fr%, :, "1 Florida Peas and Beans. __E_ in quality and you can get the same goods every day in the year,. If *

New York, March .-Early In the .- .....
.. week peas from Florida were very you haven't used any try some and you will use no other. 4 .
.scarce and' there were some sales as ::
fgt .' Ugh_ as 79. This did not last long ..... .
-3 and later the range was J6@8, depending ....... Our 20c
s upon the quality. Green beans ___ per'pound Fancy Rio is better than a great many deal"er 3

from Florida when good, bring a high '
'" '.rice and there were sales this week, = 25c
1 s grade Try a pound and judge for
i at $6ljt;. There were not wax enough ....- ,
to yourseJf.'J
I make a market. There are a lot
w .f ordinary beans which sell J4.50@ ::

S. Ninety per cent o? the receipts! are .... .. -- 4v
rdinary. This stock shows rust and '
; -.xcess of rain in Florida. There Is a j
t r demand for good green stuff. :

I We Have Full Line Of: j'
: Horida Cabbage Low. : ", : _

t r: -' :;',"} -" '.':, .. .<:: '. :::- ,.--- -'_:-- -' .
Chicago March ; "
16.-The market_for :. : < : : ; : i
.r x >., Florida cabbage should be strong at ....)
4 -' 12.25@2.50 per crate. It is only U. .=. Franco=American
.... Soups individual sizes. Also
h-II Dealers hope tor a change. The last ,::... :..>t- ;. .'....: Game Pates, f: j
few days have had a serious effect on == "
:: the early vegetable market, particularly = Sauce and Broths for ..4'
cr, new cabbage. As surely as the ___ ,.;: : Pudding, invalids. j jw'
J4 early!! spring days come, around con- .
umers try corned beef and cabbage. ::: D ;
Let a few cold days appear and ___ i
; trade drops off. ....... .....l.l,4i
,.... ,
T' For an Impaired Appetite !t:_ '
? Loss of appetite always results from j
; .
faulty digestion. All that is needed ,!
a ach Is a and few doses Liver of Tablets.Chamberlain's They will Stom Invigorate ...... -41
the stomach strengthen the We handle Browns Choice Flour

;-4{w., digestion Eke a wolf.and give These you tablets an also appetite act ___ which) we guarantee to be j
*s a gentle laxative -For sale by all .
!r r druggists m = .

{ Miss Minna Hampton' of Gainesville e the best.t Try a Sack. .' '. ., -. .- '-' i
:.. -' "-' .Ai4J
; who has been the guest of her ,-', - >
irr ... '- _.C'" ;< ': -
'i aunt, Mrs G, C. Crom for the past ::: ; C'4'. ,, '
*? : .
ten days; returned home, Tuesday. : "t. 1

a '" .Miss Cuba party n her Hampton and of way friends Tampa.home stopped Miss from In Hampton over June a In visit with Ocala:will to a i I :::,, '.,."- :: ".-,: ":. Yours for more and better business. '_ :? .::i'- '',... ''. sTEAPOT .

go to Europe to spend several months. .A A.'i,
A Scientific Wonder. -
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The cures that stands to its credit '"
makes Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scientific .J.".
wonder. It cured TL R. Mulford
i ,. lecturer for the patrons of husbandry. :441
Waynesboro Pa. of.a distressing ease L GROCERY. t
of piles. It heals the worst burns,.sores --4t
,4 boils ulcers, cuts wounds chilblains : -
f and sault rheum. Only 25c. at Ty. :
y dings & C.. d \gglsts. 'm tI4".

Great torts raced In southern California ;

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Oranges and Grapefruit Bring Good Governors: Editors, Mayor and Boardof SMITH & ROBERTS.
& -
DOM Not Explain Common Rosins Weakened Under ;a Prices-Fina Mason. Trade'of Many States to Participate *
;......od'.R.port and
Funeral Directors Licensed Embnlrt
Falling ers
in Conv..tion-To )
=a:'l or Excuse Killing of Women-and
York March 17. The continued

Children, Says Congress This, week; saw a drop in turps iron demand for 'Florida Is Consider Trade. LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GUARANTEED.
i oranges
I Special to the Ocala Banner:
man Jonas. 70 cents to 67 1-2 cents, brought abou Telegraph orders receive prompt attention and embalming done anyvherv -
A rather remarkable especially when New Orleans March 19.Governorsof
by a deflection ef receipts from Jacksonville on abort notice.
.I 146 cars of California were sold this twenty-seven different slates may-
massacre of women and child to Savannah. An exporting ors and boards of trade of 2,000 differ
house had been indulging in a littli( week. There was one car of extra -. OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY
I 'at Mount Dajo by the American: ent towns and cities and editors of J:
,-,Tea bull movement,. with the small receipts fancy Vanlencla lates which are usually .
3,000 different In the wide
f Gen. Leonard Wood wasjounced newspapers
? under
forces, here as a good lever with which
called Tardlffs in Floridasoldto
territory: bounded by the Rockies, 'the
'if. in the House on last to work' an upward .movement In val -
7; average.$4.75. There Is not'a great Alleghenies, the Great Lakes and the .

[. Thursday by Representative Jones pi ues. Monday brought the news thai deal of this kind of fruit. The reg- Gulf, have been Invited to came' to '

[.....Virginia- He practically charged Gen. something over 500 casks of turpentine ular run of Tardiffs 126s to 200s, New Orleans April 5, .6, and 7, to 1-, .
official which had accumulated In fac
having made false a
Wood I ranged S33.75 while some fancy Indian start In motion a great trade propa-
to the affair. tor's hands at Jacksonville was ei ld Joe *
In regard
statements Rivers brought $5.50. ganda among the Latin countries of LOOK FOR ,
Jones was listened to with close route for this market. That stopped I
Mr.: Everything Indicates now that the Central and South America and take
his characterization of trading 'at once and on Its arrival II Old Harevst I
attentiOn, and Florida orange season will have the time by the forelock In view of the THE SEAL
exhibition lay in the factor's hands until Wed
the affair as a revolting best ending known for years. The trade expansion to follow the openingof I
valor" nesday when It and other accumula- Old I McBrayer
of American was applauded
fruit coming is virtually sounded and the Panama canal ..
democrats and not a few tions were disposed of at 67 1-% to 6J I
many -
by ripe and gives satisfaction. Ship- Not until the canal is completed I Mark
Mr Jones said: cents. The market relieved of this: Rogers ;
ments will continue through the monthof will they wait but stimulated by the ,

'The conduct of the commanding small burden at once reacted to 6J ApriL The climatic condition In activity brought about by the con-
cents at which it was posted firm at I Old Charter II
forces In the Moro "Si
of our ,
,general Florida are such that most of the fruitIs centration of work on the Isthmus of *,
the American the close last night with a good un
province and of troops running to Brlghts. The grow- Panama, it Is proposed to form at oncea
In this horrible massacre cannot dertone and some expectation '<5f a ... ML Vernon ij
engaged ers are getting fancy prices now and permanent organization for the pur- .. ".... .; I
,...., :: .
candoned by the president It further improvement unless there was IW ."" ,,.:
be every Indication points to over 2,250- pose of deveolplng and magnifying the rl, Vl.rlll!! ," I I ""'"" """ih.. Z-
was not necessary to make this at- some additional diversion of stuff to 000 boxes of citrus fruit out of Flor- trade relations between the states of f'"' 'h''''/.70li":: : :!Cascade and
they lodged this port from an out port. I :
tack on the Moros as were ida this season. the vallies of the Mississippi, the MIssouri J

In an almost impregnable position.It The receipts for the week were 972 There Is an excellent demand for and the Ohio and the countries I I : ]! i i Other .
was a useless sacrifice American the net receipts beIng.about 460 casks, Florida The e. I .. .; ; High f
grapefruit fancy of the south and sell to the Latin ilftl-ME1-/' !
I"I"I : .
to attempt to assault these people and the posted sales were 866. I
6.50 while
Brights range J good Americans those American productsand .
when they were on the top of this The stock of turpentine at this port ; Iii1[+ Grade Whiskey -
high grade fruit runs S4.50@5.50 for manufactures which are now sup- e. i ', ,
All Gen. Wood need have continues small but 3,477 against 13- .' ,
mountain. small sizes. The small sizes are plied principally by Germany and "1\\ 4 -" .
It these people were the robbers 281 last year at this time. It is regarded '
done. scarce. Russets range J3.50@5. Thereis Great' Britain.
to be below I Visitor. _ I
ladrones described was to surround as likely 3,000casks An Unexpected
the very little fancy fruit about. The Those states which have been asked. Y
a.nd'wait when the month closes.
the mountain quietly market is well cleaned up and there to participate are: Illinois, Indiana, May be an old friend or anew
for a week or two until starvation Is the strongest demand this week for Ohio Missouri, Pennsylvania, Michigan t
to surrender."It For the first time in several weeks business acquain:
forced them }
fancy grapefruit known for some Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and I
is admitted that a large numberof the lower grades of rosin developeda time. South Dakota, Kansas Nebraska, S tance. Be ready for him ,

600 Moro killed were women weak strain this week and the result ...
the ; "s
Iowa Oklahoma Colorado, Utah, with a caaa of assorted 4

and children and we are deliberately was seen in two succeslve declines SANFORD CELERY.The Montana. Wyoming Texas, Indian Scotch, Irish; brandies, ( \ f

told by Gen. Wood that it was necessary of five cents on H and below, a Territory, Arkansas, Tennessee Kentucky I
net loss of the lower Whiskies, rye burbon,
to sacrifice the lives of these ten cents on
Quality This Year Promises to be West Virginia, Virginia, North
women and children. He uses the grades for the week.A S wines, etc. We will put i\ sit
Best Ever Matured.
and South Carolina, Georgia, I
word 'charge' two or three times In sale of one thousand casks of turpentine ? dozen 1 f'
Jacksonville, Fla., March 18.-Replying Alabama, Mississippi and Louisianaand you up a or more

'this wonderful dispatch. He says that for May-August delivery, at to your favor relative to San- it estimated that an attendance quart bottles to meet just

when the Moros charged the American sixty cents, to an exporter is reported '
ford will that the will be '
celery say coming of 2,000 delegates se such emergencies and
this week. hls Is the first sale vyou'll
forces they carried their children T I
crop is about the same as last sea- cured. ..
not "go broke" either
made to It Is said. It is /
an experter.
their arms as .,
son, but the quality promises to be The program contemplates addresses t paying for the goods co.ravwt
Excuse no Mitigation. reported that there are 2,500( or 3,000
the best ever matured. The growersare by men of national and Interna- x
made the American casks offering in factors hands for we supply.
"The assault was by ,now putting the boards to celery tional reputation from all the states-

', troops. When these women and May-August delivery at 60 cents, withno bleaching purposes as rapidly 'as. the both in business and public life HOUSE WINE ROOMS.I.

Children were killed they were cooped takers at the present time, although .1 OC0LA
stock arrives' at proper diameter and Propositions have been made for an ,

UP in the top ,of the crater of they may be purchased lateron. length. The movement up to the pres- elaborate Creole banquet and a steamship .
Mount Dajo. They did not charge the The other exporters continue to ent time has been light and the entire ride over the thirty miles of

American troops, and this explanationby be Indifferent to futures, and the do-
output has been taken by cash buyerson harbor on either side of the MississIppi -

Gen. Wood called for by the Secretary mestic inquiry has also apparentlygone the ground representing houses in at New Orleans.

of War. because the Secretary to pieces so that the outlook the principal markets.It .

.of, War, when he read the first des- would seem to bear out the presump- is universally conceded by celery RAILROAD BUILDING IN FLOR

patch felt that an explanation was tion that the total sales will hardly do experts that the Sanford celery is of IDA.

necessary, does not explain. It does more than pass 5,000 casks unless the better quality than that produced else- -

not excuse. It does not. mitigate in exporting house that came in this I where in Florida. Sanford also en- Atlantic Coast Line-Contract to let

'any degree the seriousness, of this week shows sufficient interest to take joys a lower freight rate than any to W. T. Carter for building a freight -

,great blot upon the American name. whatever may offer from the producers -]I other celery point; also quicker time yard about two miles long betweenthe

: for those months. This lack of sheds at Jackson-
"Who believes that it was neces- to all points, owing to Its nearness to large transfer

sary that every woman and child in interest in futures is one of the dis- Jacksonville The Sanford celery fields ville, Fla.. and Grand Crossing. The

:4bat r crater should be assassinated? cordant notes in ,what would other- resemble the California celery field work calls for,the removal of 60,000cu. e. eFI

'The children may have stood around wise seem to be an exceedingly strong in several "respects; First The San- ft. of soil laying of 12 miles of SQAi'

their parents and they may have clungto situation of turpentine. One exporter ford fields are located between Lake tracks in the yard and building a ?1 qyl

them but I do not believe that the stated that the reason he felt no Monroe and Lake Jesup and these roundhouse. f3cyry

Morns deliberately took their childrenin Interest in futures this year was because I II bodies of water produce atmospheric. Central Florida & Indian River Lo- s

their'arms and'charged the Ameri- I it was apparent that, but a comparatively conditions that appear especially suit- i cacation surveys in progress for this

'can forces with them as shields and I small block could be had able for celery and lettuce growing. railroad from Calbourne Fla., north- r

do not believe any reasonable man in and it was not sufficient to awaken Second: Sanford celery and lettuce I west to Orlando and west to Barton, ., r -

the United States believes such an Im- any Interest on the part of his house. fields are Irrigated by artesian wells, 125 miles. .

,possible story. Savannah Naval Review of March which furnish an abundant supply of Florida East Coast Extension from

j "The Moron do not fight In this way. 17. water to push the stock from the timeit Homstead, 28 miles south of Miami, 4421ii:1

They would"not fight encumbered with --- is planted until it matures. southwest along Florida Keys to Key :; -

their- children, in the-ir arms and the i The Cooper Respite. The Sanford celery Industry was West 126 miles. Work under way. _

F statement which Gen. Wood has -- I In condition Plan Involves 5.7 miles of concrete izi
a more
never 'flourishing
,;. i oiltd4
Isaiah Cooper convicted of the
vouchsafed in to. the cablegram viaduct
,, response than at the present time. This sea- -
of the Secretary of War demanding murder of Marshal Bowman, of I r son there has been no setback from Florida Grand Trunk-Projected line f.

from him an explanation of Punta Gorda, and whose day of execution cold weather and the plants up to the from Dothan, Ala., through Tallahassee. -

this most revolting exhibition of the has been set three times, .was present have escaped blight and all Fla., and along the west coastof ,

valor of our American. soldiers, will igaln respited by Governor Broward other Injuries diseases. The bulk of Florida, with a branch to St. \ndrew's FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK-
m Thursday. The governor is being
not satisfactory to the Bay.
the crop will, be marketed by Chase
:;ondemned by many thoughtless per- 1
of Chi-
Florida Roads A
people. syndicate BETWEENJacksonville
1 & Co., who not only control the out-
I sons for thus further delaying the ex- I and St. Louis capitalists have
put of the best and largest acreage, cago
THE DRAINAGE QUESTION. ecution. It there is some doubt in the< but are also giving the 'closest atten- bought 193,000 acres of land in Liberty and New York.

Governor's mind as to the guilt of counties Fla., and wil
: Governor Broward's plans for the tion and supervision to the crating, and Franklin .
Cooper, or Is there is any reason, to H. build a railroad from St. Joseph tc .
drainage of the Florida Everglade;: packing and loadtng.-H. Chappel.Cor.
[ Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
believe that the ends of justice will
Apalachicola, 40 miles, which it is proposed -
Truck and Produce
New York
: (are quite fully and clearly set forth
be, subserved by further delaying th e eventually to extend 100 miles

Rt .fin the Jacksonville Sun of March 10th execution, it would be cowardly anc News. to Quincy and finally to Atlanta. -. THE FINEST: STEAMSHIPS m THE COASTWISE SEE VICE.
,, The explanation of the drainage prolj -
:|;: criminal in him to allow the man to be Celery Brings Fancy Prices. Live Oak, Perry & Gulf-This company -
jest is Illustrated by cuts maps and, 9 ..
: hanged. Broward is neither a cowardnor which succeeded last October ,
Lprorile drawings showing the amount
criminal, and he can be countedon The last shipments of California the Live Oak & Perry, has practically -
: .' and.nature of the work to be done. J
to do that what he.thinks. to be celery will be ,made for the New York completed its road from Live Oak,

''t'. The drainage of the Everglades has right. market this week. With this week's Fla.. to Perry, about 40 miles, and from THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN .J MNES
become by all odds the most Important -
Of course, it would be a popular shipments and what is in transit there Day In La Fayctte county, a branch
J question before the people of FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
'. thing to allow Cooper to hang. His will be about 30 cars more for this 11 miles long, to Mayo and -Alton.
k Florida. and Is bound to be a live proposition < >
.' execution is demanded by the market Never In the history of the Contracts will be let shortly for build-
I f. In the politics of the state., Jacksonville Boston and Providence,
cold-blooded editors of the Jackson trade has California celery been so ing about 60 miles additional. from

[ For this reason all good citizens ville Metropolis the Tampa Tribune high. There' were sales today which Perry to' St Mark -and all Eastern Points.
!;. should inform themselves on the sub-.
", ;' and several'of the other state news- ranged $6@7.50, with an occasionalsale Seaboard Air Line-This companyhas Calling at Charleston Both Ways.
1 sect know of better to
j and we no ,way
"'z" papers. The editors of these newspa- above that for crates which averaged let a contract to Blair Burwell
;:.do this tban to study the governor's SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS.Soathisaai .
pers do not know the reasons laid be- eight dozen. The celery hand- i of Jacksonville, for building part of v

-,>, plans so well set forth in the Jack- fore Governor Broward on which are lers are making a barrel of money. One its proposed extension from Wacissa ....................... ............ ....................-..-.. From Lewis' Wart, Bostcs
"'sonville, Sun.-Pensacola Journal. i

ij=g -- warranted these stays of execution; firm in this city has been making over i Fla, southwest to Perry, 80 miles. KcrtMiound .......................................... From foot of Catherine Street, 3&cvonT111
''" A Challenge Issued.R but- with them ,Ignorance is bliss. The $3.000 a week on his celery alone. The Work under way. The road will be

:;:, governor is simply performing his celery costa at California 20@30c. doz- extended through Jefferson ..county Into -

Hudson Burr railroad commts- duty as a man and a!. the chief executive en and this will show the big profitsin Taylor county and to Perry, con- Clyde.. St. Johns River Line. .

'-.t'tlloner.: has issued a challenge to Hon.. of a sovereign state which cant it. New York could have' used 150 necting there with the Suwanee & San
t q,Frank Harris, editor of the Ocala not afford to have its escutcheon cars more of celery but the crop was Pedro, how controlled_ by the Florida

tic':Banner to publicly discuss the question .- soiled by the wilful murder of a person short., The quality of arrivals Is not Railroad of Live Oak. The proposed ; Between Jacksonville and Sanford

whether the railroad commission legally convicted on circumstantial quite so good, but the trade wants It road will cross the Aucllla river En-

V''Is a' useless expense to the taxpay- evidence but of whose guilt there and will not stand on the price. confina river and Long Creek before Stopping: at Pahtia, Astor, Eeresford ( EeLaal ) tad Intermediate

vh' :. trll of Florida. We would like to In- has since risen a reasonable doubt Florida celery Is coming from both reaching Perry, and will traverse a Landings on St. Johns 'Hirer.
f-\!. t-Quire, and hope it will be brought out, DeLand Weekly News. the Manatee sections and the Sanford ; timber section. Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fre' 'k DeBarry

$if':'' ,, if the discussion takes place why the -' district There were seven cars in this

; f rates adopted by the railroads from It is an old song In this state that week. Some from the Manage district Foreign Missionaries. are appointed to Sail M follow Leave Jacksonville daily, except Saturdays 8ga r.m '

.t t:u one Interior point to another Is rals- corporations oppress the people. showed a little green, but that -- Returning leave Sanford daily except Sundays at 0:30 a. m.

,?s,. ed by the 'commission. For Instance Sometimes they do. but not always. In from Sanford is very nice. There are A well Informed Texas paper as-I .

? > Greenville county the cotton mills are serts that missionaries to foreign fields I .Bound t SCHEDULE North.80ad
y: why the rate on lumber was raised two cars due :Monday. Prices range Rea4
.?:rj,from Bakers Mill ,to Jasper from $3 assessed for. taxation at 60 per cent $3@3.5Q crate.A are accomplishing very little good Red Down .

.,.;:+. to $5 a car load? And why on a car- of the actual market value of their : along real spiritual lines; that the so- Leave-3 30 p. m. __.._._. n......... Jacksonville ._.____ Arrive :a 00 a. m
: ', load of marble from Vermont to Jasper capital stock as ascertained from the i writer In the Ocala Banner sug- called conversion every heathen Is 8 45 p. m. W----- __ PalaLka ___ ___ Leave 8 00 Po 111
. ,-.- Marion could do no estimated to cost ten thousand dol- .. goo a. m. ....._..............__._ Astor .-__.__ 3 30 P. III
.. :' ". by way of Jacksonville and Live average sales of the stock for twelve i geststhat : County _____St. Francis..._____ J 00 p. m
Oak months. The railroads pay on equally better than return Hon. E. L. Wart- lars. Probably one in a thousand is arrive 8 3D a. m. ___......._... Sanford ---- :: 9 3D 1.11I
: a rate of $16.50 permitted to _
, was 1000 a. m. ____ ..-oterpriat.- 1000 a. a
, 1'y to the legislature. The writer really converted to true Christian I
" .' be charged from. Live Oak to Jasper as high an assessment more likely I man

-q.:'a distance of 16 miles, when $38.50 on a higher. The 'Greenville News has certainly placed a correct esti- ligion. There is plenty work for re-I GEniAL PA5SEK35S AND TKSETl. E, 122 WEST BAY ST., JACBOimiai I-.
from mate on the man. At the lalk session missionaries in this country
careful computation
brought finds by a
;: the carload from Vermont to ,
':Jacksonville and then over 83 miles the records of land sales and from the of the legislature Mr.. Warttnan was going abroad In quest of converts. P. M. IRONMONGER. FrdfhtAieat.JL. Ass't Gen' Pass. Agent, ita Want C P.Bay LoWELL st., Superintendent,Fla.WG.COOPBRJa ,

f- .W'JC'lf.. for 1905 one of its most able and energetic Take the missionary fund and expendIt Fla. i
the S. A. L. Ry to Live Oak. returns In the auditor's office Foot ei Began Street,Jacksonville
and fatherless HAGERTY.Gen' East'n Pais. Ajt.. New York. CtYDB: InLN ,Gen'l Fr't. Art N.Y. r
Is workers. With Ed. L. Wartman on In supporting poor women AC.
: estate in the county
that the real
;Bf':" When we get light on these ques- I Vice President andGeneral Manager.General .
children who need it, and let THEO G. EGER,
the interests of Marlon will not
cent of its selling
'bons at 28
we have some more to pro- assessed per. 1 1va New York.
., Offices Pier 36, North River. Branch 290 Broadway,
r It alone! .
the oriental.go' .
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: i 'FLORIDA.rf ., derful histCVf..and.'k have contributed 4 -IN. .FELD| AND GARDEN. ---MARICfN': COUNTY. z'_ ** :
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mightily .tieJupbuildlng of the.na :1110.' I .. ( "" -Wealth'Climate and'..Attraction .,
: Written for the Ocala Banner., General Information 'Gathered1 From Its : :
What .meaneth yonstar Kentucky and Tennessee have a won- ,.
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On the breast oft e sky I- donOhlo.' lndth.nAillliioI and Missouri ," v* .. :;: .
Where the winds kiss the spheres F" t

; Without even a sign .,S adjacent. bave achieved results. all thrdugh. Alabama My motto Js Dd unto others-as'you ::
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See you the red tinge- would have others do. unto you." SoI
; education Res
-r t And the white of its light in"popular during the last : point to an increased acreage of potatoes Royal ie.

: As It swings In the sky_ half. centurY great and fine perhaps I am writing this letter in reply to

In .the path, of the night., I .. some of the very many I .received after -
as can;be'shown"anywhere in the'1 The and truck industry of i
-F What portends this star, I "fruit, the one I wrote for Home and i
Its varying light, world. With such an environment wer1 "Maryland replied to all .
With amounts to $15,000,000 an- Farm of July 1, 1905., I ,

As It the beacons dark the of the earthIn night? twill be equal' : in "interest and' powerto nually.In who sent stamps. This letter is only

Did Tesla speak truth any that have. preceded:; and forsuch 1904 19 cranberry bogs in Car- intended for those who mistook me -
-# ; ; When he told how a star a result ample preparations are ver, Mass., produced over 1,000 bar- for an information bureau. Florida, / ,
earth F. T. SCHREIBER. -
Sought to signal the being made.. -
land afar? &, ,' rels of berries. as a state, her grandeur resources
From a etrange The exercises ibis year will be of the Farmers in Michigan who refused I and probabilities, no pen can describe '- Consulting and Analytical Chemist Member -,.
of the Society of Chemical Indwtry LOB-
r-; Does" tt tell ot.' a world most practical character and jwjll have i $t ,a bushel for potatoes last fall are .. Climate perfect, "and only manIs don Eng. Member of the Ameaican Chemical -. '..

!:..: Where the trees' ever bloom, direct b a.rlng', on l.he'ita!" questIon now offering them "at 65c. vile.? Society. .
: Where no tears ever flow 1 P. O sox: : 703. ,
; And where never' Is gloom? of the hour. Of formost importance.will .Louisiana is waking up to the bene- I wish some gifted pen had under '. 1:;, i-
: I. Does With it their speak crystalline of great springs flow '. .- be, the ,s. ssion,-of.Thursday. mornIng -' fit of farmers' institutes, and has been taken to describe Marion.' county. I OCALA, FLA.; 00 to ut u -

Of rich phosphate mines which wii be In charge of the holding very enthusiastic meetings. cannot do her justice. Marion coun- -

Which great riches bestow? state' superintendents. of public' instruction Wyoming has been shipping apples ty is a veritable garden spot for the Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky, .

-' ?* Does It tell of the fruits as last year at Columbia, just out of cold storage at $4 per barrel culture of all foodstuffs. Our lands Merchants, Ocala, Fla, '

Which cluster In vines and. will occupied. :with a review for russets and $5.25 for choicer produce In abundance any kind of .

--A Are Where made the glad old and with the Its young wines? of significant-.. vents in the educational ds.. foodstuff planted without fertilizer, Gent1 men.- In accordance. th, -your

work of the,,'several states during the ,A Paris floriculturist claims he has that Is well for
y O, who shall now tell us, provided you work it nstructions, I visited (your waiehouEe (in -
Or who open our eyes past year. ,. The, interest southern succeeded in transforming a radish you know we are only promised our

_: And Of solve this star the strange of the skies roll ? ladles are taking ,An public schools, Into a potato. Lucky it was not vice bread by the "sweat of our brow." the fc9th, instant, and personally selected

and In measures* *.?for the improvement versa. Florida's forest consists of almost any from your stock a sample of"Strauss'
: Human lips are but dumb is so. marked that the review youldbe Returns from
stand a five-acre cabbage kind of tree, one could mention or wishto
silence we
And in
-r Gazing upward with awe quite incomplete without their patch near Spencerport, N. Y., for have, from the most insignificantto

At you glittering land. participation. tand:.EeveraI would -have last year's crop show over J200 profit the queen of the forest, fhe mag Royal l Reserve"whisky :

; 7 In There's this nation a star of in ours the blue. had special su ecss.. will. gj.ve short per_ acre. nolia. Solomon in all his glory was _

: Where the waves kiss the sands reports'f., the work. in which .they It is estimated by pretty good judges not arrayed like one of these. As I the analysis o* which shows it to %
g. And the sunbeams the dew. i have engaged. that about 25 cent of the 1905
\ ? per stated before, every one seems to en- contain: _
It, too, signals earth The subject appointed for Friday crop! of potatoes in Maine are yet to Joy excellent health. People live "to a ; S

With the gleam of its smile morning is:-'Agriculture l and the be marketed.'It Alcohol (by weight) cent. .
With Its breast laden live-Queen AP-I very old age. One of our neighbors per .. .' .36.66

1 r South; I S .. plication of Scitntiflc Knowledge is claimed that pi'hiness in celery claims to be 112 years old. It seems -Alcohol (by volume- ), per cent. . 43.61 .

;-1 '" "Nature resplendent free from all tha Work of the Actual l Farmer on I Is caused by using poor seed. to me that is long eoigh for any one. Legreeprootper cent ... . 87.10

0. It tells guile a glad tale His Land., Canada is now presentinga Seed imported from France is said I expect we will have to adopt Dr. Residue on evaporation, p cent.. . 0.660

Of broad acres In truck striking illustration of successful to give the best celery. OsIers prescription, and do away with Ash, per cent . . . *.;. . . 0.011

4i Where And sweet the citrus.maize-in.fruits shuck.glow farming under the guidance of practical Long island asparagus growers are these old people to make room for the Reducing sugar, per cent . .. 0.225

". science. The master who has contracting sell their grass to a. coming generation. One Volatile acids, percent.-.o. 0.027

.Its Of fire the, tells fields of of the.its glare oil probably done more than any One else canner:: on .a. basis of 16c. a bunch dent wanted to know. "if there corespon-were Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. .. 0.073

And the wealth of Its mines to bring about this result is Dr. James for prime and 7c. for culls. fish In -
many my community. Florida The above results show the
To the glad sons of toiL W. Robertson P. whisky to be
Q. The committeeof The ,Rogue river valley, Ore., grape abounds In
large and small lakes. One
all men
It beckons
; To Its wide spreading fold i arrangements fortunate in hayIng growers are painting extensively- can scarcely travel a mile without a carefully blended brand of high grade

p To its orchards and received. 'from Dr. Robertson an many fields already equaling the big. seeing lovely lakes all along- the jour- I and that it has been disstilled from
riches .
With their vines'j acceptance of their invitation to deliver vineyards of California. a clean, pure grain mas]
? i 'j : ney. What! a wonderful provision of The
: Its pines lifts their and address. An invitation has It is estimated that there are at' Providence for thirsty beasts and the amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is very low.

r: And the magnolia also been accepted.by Dr. S. A. present in the
Knapp neighborhood
of 40-
:f-S Respectfully
Where lovers make tryst weary traveler.to be able to quench -
In the -gloam of the moon of Lake Charles, La,who, under the 000 bushels of onions In storage in their thirst when need be. The wat- F. T. SCHBEIBEB, Chemistr

This bright star of earth direction of the United states govern Canastota, N. Y., and immediate vicin- ]
And yon star of the sky i ers of all our large and small lakes
ment, has had remarkable ity.
? I Are both guided by Him success abound in all kinds of fresh water S S

Who dwelleth on high.His I among the farmers Texas, in stay William Dinsmoor, near Salem, N. fish. No doubt
a great of these
: many FOUR
ing the ravages of the boll weevil and H... has recently shipped 3,000 barrelsof lakes are conected with some subter- QUITS $3.50 EXPRESS PREPAID.

:'- wide spreading wing making their lands productive. Other apples to Liverpool The fruit .
Shall eternally be ranean stream, as some seem to haveno
As a covert for both speakers of'wide acquaintance with brought from J3@5 a barrel whole- bottom. Silver Springs is one of

On the crest of time's sea. the subject wjll follow Dr. Robertsonand sale.
Marion county's love% st as well as
; Dr. Knapp and assist in makingthe Rufus Brunson of South Haven, curiosities.
s greatest The waters are
_ CONFERENCE FOR EDUCATION subject of mutual interest. Mich., reports that Elbertas, Craw-
S.. as clear as crystaL One can see a STRAUSS
S IN THE SOUTH. The hospitable people of Lexingtonare fords and Early St. John peaches will penny In the bottom. many feet deep, & CO.}!

1- jreperlng a variety of entertainments all suffer from the effects of cold this
'" fishswlmmlng about. This springis
S Ninth Annual Meeting to Be Held at for their guests, which will acquaint winter.It '
( six miles from Ocala,, the banner Sole Owners '

t __ and afford them a glimpseof ties In the Rogue river valley, Ore.. .,
pS itants. One will find as fine stores, -
4S: Special to the Ocala Banner. the far-famed.. stock farms. in the will plant over 160,000 fruit trees this hotels. churches, schools. and business FLORIDA.X .- ;

ii The ninth annual conference for education immediate vicinity.The spring. Apples. pears,_peaches and houses of
every as In any Inland,
J1t in the south will be held at customary favors from the railroads cherries are the kinds planted.J. town In the state. One can find any -- --

r rt Lexington Ky.. In the new auditorium may: be expected, as well as: J. Miller of Rappahannock coun- kind
of labor
or occupation he may
on the old chautauqua grounds, from the hotels, etc. Private# hospitality ty Va., it is said, has received for
't" ( desire there, and, I believe as good McMillan .
/.t S Hay 2, 3, and 4. 1906; to open on Wednesday will be "provided by the peopleof last year's apple crop about $$27,000. wages as anywhere., The people far- Bros.

evening at eight O'clock and to Lexington to the utmost /-possible Great Britain and received 7.50 a ther .
south of us have this advantage: ,?
-. close on Friday night. extent. Those expecting to attend the barrel. -
; They are below frost line and can Southern
A. number of years have.*passed since conference are advised to write early The first annual meeting of the Uni-. raise earlier vegetables than we, but Copper Works : ;

Captain W H. Shale, of Caption. and Inform D. George J Ramsey, Lex ted Fruit Growers' Association of Colorado -
signifies? The Manufacturers
pesky mosquitoeswill of
Springs West Virginia sent out his ington. Ky., .the' c corresponding, secretary was held in Denver this week. almost Turpentine $ti11s
eat one alive. So
t : hospitable Invitations to a mountain .of the local execlutlve committee. The association was organized a year you
"every sweet has Its and General
bitter. As for Metal
_ conference of this kind' and gatheredto More detailed Information will be given ago and embraces in its membershipa Workers.:
d.- myself, I would prefer no mosquitoesand ::1 ,
his.mountain retreat, ,In the summer through, the press when the time large proportion of fruit growers' less sweets

of 1898, some fifty congenial for the conference, draws near.: associations in Colorado.
_ r-,*'. I Our lands are just rolling enough to
guests (rora different Part8..th! There is considerable talk about Old Stills
., be
beautiful, and act as a natural taken in exchange for '
country for the untrammeled discuss -,.,. ... Dr. Young J l. Allen. the "black" potato. Evidently this is through the new ones. Patching
A drainage. As a general thing, we country a specialty. Orders mail
V"President by
ion ot educational subjects in which no pew variety, nothing but the old will or
_' '. have good freestone water. Florida's receive prompt attention 'at either of the
.all were alike, Interested ,The little Roosevelt's attention -having ,"Jersey blue" raised 50 years ago for S toileting '
: wealth has only partly been discov works .. .
1 1 council In seclusion has grown into- been Called to the recent* letter home consumption. There is no bet- ered. Large beds, phosphate, Fullers ".'.,

tnanlfold activities. The first; second of Dr. Young J. Allen in the Wesleyan ter or whiter potato grown, but they .
1 earth ,and ravlin have been FAYETTElHLLE N/C. '
t 'and third metlngs at Capon Springs concerning the present situation in I are not heavy croppers. found here. We have found bones ... SAVANNAH, 01'1"

were followed by the larger and more China, Dr. J. W. Heidt received, last --- JACKSONVILLE FLA ';; 11
:] and teeth of very large animals, pro- MOBILE ALA }
broadly representative 'assemblies 'at week; a .letter from' him stating that The Tattler Tattles on an Important
bably the
mastodon, or
large an- S
Winston-Salem, Athens, Richmond, he will be glad to have Dr. Allen call Subject. C_. ---5
J : imal that lived before the flood. I __ _1-
I Birmingham and Columbia. Men of on him while the Doctor is In this .;,
think this state
was made by
k "light and leading" came Into the forum J country, and expressing the.desire that I While the Tatler scorns to talk of great convulsions of nature some ,
prepared for them thoughts were he may be notified far enough In advance "the good old days" or compare the

presented found expression in organI- I of Dr. Allen's visit to Wash- manners of today with those of a half home wonders markets never, ceaase.and good We railroad have good fa- We Never..Disappoint Our Patients

zation and new enterprise, and the ington to arrange for an interview. century ago it must beconfessed, that cilities. '

: whole educational system of the south The President cannot find a better many of the visitors coming south in Mrs. A. B. S w. Fulfill Evry Promise and Ueysr Hold Out Fats Ho e
I was stimulated to a more virogous I authority oh the situation in China winter either have forgotten their in Home and WE CURE pain Strloture or det.tIo W1tkot tire bite Grbollpoaad Vane.e. 'W1.-
Farm, FaIrfield, Fla. cored from asllwi Vontagtou Blood ?'1..
Li S life. than Dr. Young J. Allen. Nor will he training or left their manners at .. never to retain, wlttoat menu or mineral mature) Lou .f Kl.VJcorPG.ltinl

met at moment find a man more devoted to the home. Men well dressed ,eared BO stimulant ht,
5r-: .The first conference a best and with an Mote and Beam The Dr.*ln ledlcal Co.,aaIJIlt.ituUol orgu erm&ard

when a new national spirit was "unit- Interests of the millions of people air of breedln will not hesitate lo I I&WQfth1j of Georgia tot lbs trwtm-Bli ad emS et t.l
tYO55I'OjedjsMeL Dr. N. fsxder'(
'S X. KIn, tt
:: Ing the soldiers and sailors of the among whom he has so long labored permit the smoke of their cigar to I Professor Starr, the famous ethnol- t I!111 U11Ilnatitatloa.a Uair of Cm'IIf'III'Ii Ihe pb1GIc1an.eIolef OO1I8I1IUIII'peefa11d&ad. -, being-

j north and south on the battle fields with'such: far-seeing' ecclesiastical blow into a lady's face; will pass Inor'out ogist was .accusing a woman of bar- Ogruucess U.'feaUDeDt ot .urceou.f.dtuuss ...au._.__
led: wi lse bOUt 1JI wi ltd
-b around. Santiago, and in a similar statesman of Southern Methodism. For of a door she has opened for barism. t S Our 01l11ca art Ipf'tlJ'Sl electrical all tbe
of the good of China and herself without leIX".loln tuiin Mownriy; In Tact, eYeIYSNt1
mood the representatives a peaceful our relation to even an "excuse me." "And she .is not only barbarous- ontrtTMce known ta(tot medic P1'Ot&IsJoL Ours1t&iS "

progress consulted together at that great country. we are glad that Of course these may be the same men she is illogical and trained.odent and ill eary. tl.put and we emplo aone bus the
inconsistent! he .tliclea& at-e5datti.regv11y ClIl.uJe4 gfltU*'
$ Capon Springs on these higher educational President Roosevelt will see and hear I who at hometake possession of the exclaimed: "I was walking in the & We licensed emplOl physicians tie IIItsle&d1nr heinZ 111 chari. u.

concerns that were common Dr. Allen.-Florida Christian Advo- end of the seat in the trolley car compelling i country one day with a young woman. lil!!I \ bIhl.lIatlOnatr&-ll C.O. D.c or lIB&iud ew for to U'eI'\Ut!Ifeut Jl&teII"-.,..1II1.1t
t's. tJi.tutton. Ou
to the whole American people. The cate. both men and women to climb In a grove we came upon a boy aboutto to'10.00 per month(me4lc1nel terms for fnOlude4)VlatUi-;Ls'ver5"'give$ from.iS_!!_-
'" anee ot a cure
of the first conference was over them-who will jostle a Specifled s1se.We .
_ president a woman shin up a tree. There was a nest flY BEST RlftREKa i9. CHRONIC DISEASES. iuocesiftiUvrss&ider'
: and of To the Trustees of aside and drop into the n sfciroiioeseei
Bishop Dudley, of Kentucky seat she In the care
was tree
and '
Ocala! Presbyterian Church. from a certain angleit \\ K1O1iARIifTh&ATh1 Kidney and Bfad4. CroublOl, Bbeils1'
the second Dr. Curry, a statesman of Gentlemen about to sit in, but that does not help was \ : Hdzoeele, Drslu. Looses -.1 Iud all Yri! !
possible to WfflLCU2E
three D1Jiue.
"LU .
see Tumor
: eggs.'You and 3atanh
maUpan Voabl .. if $ I
the old south and new alike, and their It is our earnest wish to donate a the matter. Unfortunately ail rude- wicked little boy' said N. K.. KING,, M. D. Nose TUGa&, Be&d and Longs Diseases at Eye snt ._....
my companion ChronIc
quantity of.the L. & aj. Paint to DIsasse Gf Woman, sees '"
S broad intelligence. shared by your ness is not confined to CONIULTUIG UCHIS p1&com
fine PWYIftMIL
men. Womenwill ulotaralDlIohuge5.
church and every church whenever it 'are you going up there to rob II' &n each wea1meaI" ohromeu. _
has continued to an-. Is be jostle others aside Wr..te Io4&yregudlngyonrcondluonizyon u. sick or a1ctea. 011 rse1eSt n
their associates to painted. ; will pick up that nest?' 'I am,' the boy replied 101l.v l1 r&tur.,mc1l1cUDr IYJ11pt.m blanks iPr home tre&tm05
Imate every subsequent gathering. 10,000 churches painted with L. k and sometimes buy goods another is coolly. olIo"can CONSULTATION : TAUJAT1ON AND ADT1CErl"REE -
M. your she
exclaimed -
i The earlier meetings were Informalon looking. at. There are ladies jKiNGMorniL CO. lo.MarWtt, Cciet Atlanta Ga.
I Barrows & Peck, Montpelier., who ; 'think how the mother will grieve I e. ,
account of the number present; but Writes, "School House No. 1, painted openly criticise; others are careless over the loss *
of her eggs. 'Oh, shewonts
L. & M. two coats. Used only '
i for the last five the attendancehas whether the -
years spoken of I.
five hearsor -
gallons L.
& M. mixed with care, said the boy, 'she's up
been such as to crowd the largest nine gallons oil. Paint cost only 97 1-2 not; will join in conversation not there

halls obtainable and the speakers cents a gallon." intended for them. It is on your hat.TheArgonot.. S. A.
possible all
L. & M. Zinc hardens the L. & :M. Standley & Co.
have been, not only the leading men in White Lead and makes the paint wear these things were done fifty years ago. How to Cook the Pompano. ;

educational colleges, school super n- like iron. People went away from home less!, -
A. O. Hunt Riley, Mich.,
i-S tendants. teachers and college presidents Writes, "Painted my residence 15 hurried less, and possibly! thought Henry Watterson discusses the ""

: but governors.; members of years" ago. with L. & M. Looks well more. But whether It is a new or old pompano as an article of food. In his The ::
now. Pinqacle of Human Skill '
; -
and authors of national custom, It should estimate of that :
Ei congress celebrity Sold by Mclver & MacKay Ocala, be overcome.-St. splendid fish he is ,

who have esteemed If an hon- Florida. Augustine Tatler. correct but he wabbles" -- a_ n Httia__._ *.n .M..... 5. _--; Has been reacheu In our carrlafrt:

-4 .f to contribute their share to so auaplclous I details of its preparation for the ta S ,
The strawberry yield is good this buggies ;
Lost is Found. ble. It and harness. The only W7' ;
L a movement should be always broiled in
year and nearly '
- every grower not only .
: ,Lexington, the place of meeting for has quality but its own fat on a griddle as nearly red- they can ever be better Is to raise O 1.
quantity as well to Jim Duncan
L the ninth conference, is central to a Jasper, was' in hot as the fire of a gas or
draw profits from. H. F. Parameter, town Monday. He gasoline :::: Pinnacle-elevate the standard-***
& region quite distinct from those which who informs us that stove can make It, toasted to a beau- -
lives few
a miles northwest
r 'kayo been ,most effective by previous,I f town picked, two Bushels and five of son-in-law, L J. McCall, who so i tiful brown, thoroughly cooked even .then our vehicles will be foM* ;
.nferences. Heretofore the meetings disappeared from .his through, spread ;
been Qjiart from 9000 plants Monday. home several 'months ago. has been with fresh at the top. They are not 80 hljfc .i-
Jj, have east of the ,All ga.nles or in Starke 'Telegraph. butter, ,salted to taste, and then ,eaten i'i

-1T; :the. ,gulf' states. This year the- point ,-. :;._ home heard from'from .and ,Is expected to reach like pie without the, use' ot'a ,knife --- prices, though jis to ba out of rut*.-. :

.chosaa b at the convergence of thor- Per ;l.palrl l ; Canada this week. This Pompano requires no S ,
of small mules in will pepper, no S of. most'vehIcle qu.t.
be Let UJ
r oU&'bfareathat cover the 'grand ten* splendid' condition alsV oodf> joyful news to the many sauce or. other stimulative S ,., ;lflf-p-. : users. "_'
: IhorseH dressing
'. : *_ friends.'of'tha '" S
till;region of the country, the south. wagon. Apply- J. J.:'T1pt"n.5V S. gentlemanwho haT It .Is good, enough-prepared, as desrcrlbed .S' 5.- you figures.
mourned"'him-as''dead. "
r ; Central and the north central together. i 1 Main St. Deal. Fla. I.n-u : Baterprise. -Madison. New -for .the palate of .a., cherub.- --.S

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