The Ocala banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048734/00370
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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 30, 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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Or. Ayer to Graduate. Birthday. Party.

Base Ball } -- MONEY TO LOAN ,L
; The faculty and.graduating class' of Tuesday afternoon,' Beatrice, theoldest :

the Atlanta College of Physicians and 3 little girl of Mr. and Mrs.
Surgeons have issued invitations tc George Williams gave a birthday par- '
To Every Customer Based
the fifty-first annual commencement ty to which was bidden quite a num- on Business _

exercises of that institution to. be field ber of the friends of this small hos .
: Responsibility '
i Goods : on Monday evening, April second at tess. A happy surprise of the after- .

; the Grand Opera house in Atlanta.- noon,- not only to Miss Beatrice but
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..> ,.- Dr.. Guy D. Ayer son of Mr. Alfred to the whole family as .well, was a MUNROE & CHAMBLISSt

Ayer of this county, Is 'a member ol handsome Cable piano which Mr. Williams -
the graduating class this year and purchased from Mr. F. G. B. BANKERS.

Have Arrived, and it i is the Largest f high is finishing honors his He medical expects course after with his WeJhe daughter and as a presented birthday present.to his While little Ocala. Fla., Jan. 27, J06. ,

graduation to visit Ocala and McIntosh they were all out of the house he had .

Line we have ever carried Orders for a few weeks after which he the piano moved into the house, and

will begin the practice of his profession great was their surprise. and delight Will Inaugurate Free Delivery.The .

filled promptly and i' satisfactions In Atlanta in partnership with at finding such a splendid birthday Boston Store is nothing if not .

his cousin, Dr. Marion T. Benson, one present. enterprising. Their business has advanced rRJgs'

of the most prominent and influential The children"spent'a very joyful af- sufficiently to justify them in

guaranteed. young physicians In that city. ternoon together playing-t games' both putting on a delivery wagon for the

Dr. Ayer has a very promising future indoors and out and before they departed accommodation of their retail city

before him and his Ocala friends for their homes were treatedto Customers They have just purchaseda .. .\ ..

wish him a very succesful career. all sorts of good things to eat horse and as soon as a suitable wag-
We Have Now in Stock
Dr. George M. :Mitchell, of Barnes- In the peanut hunt in which the on can be constructed they will inaugurate s.

POST OFFICE DRUG STORETAXES. ville Ga.. is also a graduate from the children engaged, :Miss Fannie Sage their city delivery. the Most Complete Line of

college of Physicians & Surgeons this received the prize for finding the "

year. He spent the Christmas seasonin greatest number of these 'nuts. Mrs. Among the travelling men, who RINGS that Can Be Found .

,- Ocaja year before last with his Williams was assisted during the afternoon spent Sunday in Ocala with their ,;

friend. D. Ayer and made many pleas. bY'air George Hays and Mrs.: families was Mr. W. M. Arnold who Anywhere. _
:Mr. and 1I 's. Frank E. Crawford and
-- friends and acquaintances here. H. A. Faucett in giving the little onesa travels for the King company, of Ma-

State and county tax books, will their frIend Miss Reed, of Montbrook, good time. con. Mr. Arnold has recently pur- Call and See Them.

close according to law, on March 31st. spent the day In Ocala Monday shop- Mr. ,M. W. Ulmer, of Largo, was chased place at Leesburg and about

All :properties not paid on at that ping. They were guests at the Ocala numbered among the prominent :visitors t
date will be advertised sale, which Popular at home, the name this pa- the first of :May expects to move his

via add extra cost. house. here Monday. He is one of the per bears, is becoming popular else- family there to make that place their
Coming In to pay your taxes pleasebringyour 4_ largest and most successful turpentine -
home. The
last tax receipt. where and everywhere. We notice Arnolds have resided in

The; tax collector's office will be Remember every farmer in good old operators in Florida. He is well there is a popular launch at Tampa Ocala for about two years and their

closed after March 31st for about (3)) Marion has a chance at the ten dol- known in Ocala having for a longtime called the Banner, and, nearly every friends will be sorry to learn that they
order make the
weeks in up
tax sale list. lar pumpkin. x ,i conducted large operations at county In the 'state is trying to appropriate expect to move away.
iI Conant Lake Weir. :Mr. Ulmer
E. CARNEY I near the name:. "The Banner

S.: Tax Collector., :Miss Annette Gist, daughter of Mr is charmed with Largo and that whole county." And the prediction has gone Mr.. Tilly Hickson was down from .

W. M. Gist, of McIntosh after a visit section of Florida. His home is about forth that this is to be "the Banner McIntosh Monday and says that tfe!

SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, of a few days In Ocala with :Miss Cora two miles from the gulf and five year" in the history of the country.. orange trees are putting on a vigorous -' Fred "G. Be Weihe

Local Editor miles from the bay and since his growth and lookrery ,
Griffin, returned to her home at that res- We believe this prediction. We be- lovely ,

place Monday. d.noa[ there he has never used either lieye! at least that it will be '"a Ban- with their verdure of green: and fragrant The Jeweler

screens' or mosquito bars. Living thereis blossoms. The vegetable growersare
qA PEHINGS ABOUT TOWN. ner year" so far as this paper is con I
Mrs. Stelnheimer, of Atlanta. Ga.. delightful and "life," In the languageof cerned. We have faith that the good daily in receipt of pretty looking L-J

-- who has spent the past six weeks in Mr. Cleveland, Is a'sweet song." people of this county are simply gOIng checks and their bank accounts are

)1ls Irma Goodyear, of Dunnellon, Ocala] wIth t her daughter, Mrs. Herman The orange groves are a vision of to double its subscription list becoming quite respectable in appear- Saturday afternoon -

Is in Ocala for a few days. She Is Benjamin, left Monday for her beauty and promise an enormous ance. In a word the people of McIntosh near Oxford ,

home. yield. Guavas, mangoes and other i are quite bouyant and their JunIus BacherIs, a well thought of
with Mrs. J.W,. Crosby. Mr. Alf Owen, who has been In I
tropical fruits are in abundance.Likethe I Ocala for some months, having chargeof skies are brightened with a radiant colored man lost his home and three

Irvine Mrs..,S. p Eagleton and little daughter orange tree, the pine also yields rainbow of hope and promise and children
i' lIr._Dlxon H. one of the best the undertaking parlors. of 'Messrs. small by fire. \Yhea the fire
-, farmers and best posted democrats'. In went down to Homosassa :Monday well. The average yield of spirits Is Mclver & MacKay's establishment' each one is expecting. that fabled bag was descovere4 it was, too late to oV
afternoon to spend several days with about fifty barrels, per crop and the of gold.
Florida was registered at the :Montezuma has left Ocala for good. We ,under- anything to. rescue" the children and
hotel Monday. Mrs. D Wr Davis, who is a guest at resin averages about the sam,. :Mr. stand that he has gone to Seattle,
> all three pelrshed In the flames.
Mr. and airs J. S. Pedrick, of Cor-
3 the Rendezvous at that delightful resort Ulmer is very much in love with his Wash, or some western city to locate
nell were in Ocala Monday with their
ry Mr. Green Mathis formerly or I new home. after which his wife and chil- Sirs.George
little daughter Mamie who had the Troupe Maxwell and
but who is" .operatingat dren, whd are visiting in Ohio, will
this city, now Hon: W: A. Fulton, of Brooksville, \ misfortune to have her foot badly little+ daughter have been on a visit

at Irvine, was in Ocala Tuesday. The big syndicate sale now goingon was a prominent arrival in Ocala join him.. burned abojut four veers ago In to Mr. MaxwelTjs parents :Mr. and
at the Boston Store is the largest I
salt Monday and was registered at the healing one of the toes was badly Mrs.: Clarence :Maxwell. in- Jackson
after short special that they have ever had i Mrs. C. H. Davis, Manatee, and i
'\ Miss Irma Goodyear, a ville. Mr. Maxwell baa been living in
Ocala House. lie speaks most sanguinely drawn up, which caused the little girlto
,* homes and the proprietors are more than her mother Mrs.' Dowdell. of Auburn, -'
visit in Ocala returned to
ii Ocala for the
of the prospect.,of his nat- suffer much Inconvenience and pain. past year, having been -
1 afternoon. satisfied with their sales up to date. Ala., were in Ocala Tuesday on their
at Dunnellon Tuesday connected with the Marion Farms. He
urally beautiful little city. Brooks Their trip to Ocala Monday was for.

I ville has recently organized a bank, way to Silver Springs, from whence the purpose of having the toe amputated has now gone, to Lake City to maketha.t
of The best rooms to bo had in the they went to Palatka on the "Hiawatha. -
and children
Mrs. G. S. Wilson his home in the future and his
Is nobnpding a Beautiful hotel of \hich operation was successfully -
i Lake the of Mrs. Wil city are to be found at the Hotel de ." Mrs.' R. G. Blake and :Mrs. G.
City :are guests' ( artificial stone has two cratefactorwill ; performed by Drs. D. M. Smith wife and little daughter left Jacksonville -
__ son's slater, Mrs. C. Jf. Schlemmer.The Kaiser The traveling public is Invited W. Martin, cousins of Mrs. Davis, accompanied Monday for their new home.
es, soon have a 'spoke and rim and J. Walter Hood. ,
to try us and be convInced. x them to Silver Springs and .
factory and the Tampa Northern rail-
very best in the market is served they all spent a pleasant time together .__ .J
The held delightful Is building towards it. Brooks
Baraea society a very way
4 at the Hotel de Kaiser every day before the departue of the boat.
> meeting' at the home of Dr. ville Is rapidly coming to the front.It .
; and the rates are reasonable too. Give :
and Mrs. E. Van Hood Tuesday night is beautifully located and Is sur- RHEINAUER1
U3 a trial x _Mr. J. J. Williams the popular AT ; '
and the members and their friend rounded by one hundred thousand
; manager of the Williams Fish Company -
Dirt has been broken on the Tampa spent a most enjoyable evening. acres of the finest hardwood lands in
of lIomosassa, was a pleasant
\' Northern terminals. The 'Tampa papers Florida. It ought to occupy a front < J THE LEADERSI.
G. Blake and visitor to the "brick city" Monday and
Mrs It. Miss Clara
:: say that this marks a gerater era seat In the progress..
Chappell Burnsides will entertain the was exchanging: smiles with his numerous S
J foj Tampa.
Daughters of the Confederacy at the One of the interesting political contests friends. Mr. Williams is build- SPRING DRESS GOODS,

of the future'will .be between Ing up an immense business and is;! ,
Mr.. A. W. Aiken is at Crystal residence of the former Tuesday afternoon
-- River, where he is doing the plumbing March 3rd, at three"o'clock. lIon. H. S. Phillips and Hon. Park shipping fish to all parts of the coun White will be the predominating color this

E" Work for Mr. C. E. Herrick's hand- Trammell for the vacant shoes of Colonel try. '.

'. :Mr. Fred Turner who has spent the Sparkman when that gentleman
some hew home. season and we offer our immense stock of
", -. winter In Ocala will leave today for either retires or goes "up higher.- Mr. Harry Stalberg. who was calledt

"': > ,Dr. Munroev. of Sanford an old his home in Winnboro, S. C. Fred its Tampa Tribune Philadelphia on account of the ill- exclusive fabrics in white goods at rea- .

friend of Mr. D. E. 1IeI'rer.of this made many friends during his stay Mr.: Trammell has shut himself out. ness of his brother; whose death sub-

..i. '' city was here yesterday and spent the here, and it Is with regret we see him He says he cannot run against Mr. sequently occurred, reached home sonable prices Among the most pop- -

: day; wth} him. leave. Sparkman because Mr. Sparkman Is Tuesday afternoon. He was delayed

t:t'i ft): -.- his friend. Will :Mr. Sparkman be less eighteen hours in a. railroad wreck in ular weaves are .
1't. ;"; Vlrglna Barton Nelson is the name., :Mr. Joseph II. Humphreys, editor of his friend two years from ,now than South Carolina, just above the Georgia
; >-': the Braidentown Journal and a mem- SOFT MERCERIZED EMBROIDER- FRENCH EMBROIDERED HD'KF
t;;; that has been given to the little girl he Is today? And will Mr. Sparkmannot line. Mr. Stalberg's nephew Mr. I. ED BATISTE in figures and dots
ber of the state senate, was In Ocala L LINEN 30 inches wide entirely
; ,. who.' recently came to make her horn : be In better position two years Z. Stalberg of Dunnellon will reach entirely novel designs. 30 inches I newat
'''ith ,Mr and Mrs. Nelson. Tuesday and paid us a fraternal visit. wide at ... .. ... .:39 and 57 l-2c .. ... ..... ..$1.50.to $2.00
: E. K.
:5 : from now to give good service to his home Saturday.Mr. : _
He is state agent for the business EMBROIDERED PONGINES, 30 inches
.- constituents for he will then have had wide, soft and lustrous at 571-2 I 13 inch SOFT FRENCH NAINSOOK =

men's mutual protective associationand . ... .. .. .. .
t-f .Mr, and Mrs. A.. R. Toph have recently two more years' experience.Mr. John W. Pearsoin. manager: of 95, $1.25, $1.98. for \ 39 and 50c
was here In the interest of the
: : purchased a .new team. It is a the Pearson Oil & Gas company has COLORED DRESS GOODS.

;:: :closed\ ooupe and is an exceedinglyComfortable same. : Abe Ross one of the oldest set- gone on a business visit to Chicago.

( r : vehicle. -- tiers of the Withlachoochee section, He will be absent for several weeks CHIFFON POMPADOUR soft and 100 pieces WHITE SHEER INDIA
; : :Mr. J. A. Billingsley. of' Jackson and Mr. Hugh Ross, who recently had silky In floral designs at .,..33 l-3c LINON special at .. .. . ..'7cGO
and before home will
returning spenda
ville was In Ocala Sunday Mr. BU- CHIFFON CLOTH, 30 inches wide in ;; pieces WHITE SHEER INDIA
\," .j ;Mr and Mrs. Charles V. Miller and lingsly is a :Marlon county boy and the misfortune to have his house and short while at St. Joe Ma. with plain colors, white, blue, pink and LINON special at .. ;. .. . 9c
Mr t's contents destroyed by fire were black at .. ...45c' to pieces SHEER PERSIAN LAWN,
0, B. MissMary
; Howse accompanied his daughter, Mrs. G. D. Wright.
lived in this city for several :years. He DIMITIES imported) corded extra good value at ... .. 14c
;: : in Ocala Monday. Mr. IRISH (
..< Davenport as far as Palatka shopping 50 pieces SHEER HD'KF LINEN, 3S
was governor Jenning's private secretary that will not split, sheer or dainty
'J'. Monday Ross's neighbors didn't do a thing but Among the visitors in Ocala on /
*'....... on the "William Howard. during his administration and is at . .. . .. .. .. . .29c inches wide the greatest bargain of
I ". ,,-. c,. gx to work and raise funds and then Tuesday were Col Nlc Barco of Crystal FRENCH CHECKED NAINSOOK in the season at .. . .'. .. . .35 c _
>, now making his home in the metro
I .. -des. Mramle Pox. accompanied by went to the mill, placed an order for River; Cot R. F. Rogers, of neat Floral Effects especially suitable EMBROIDERED in
;y . 2:
olis. for at . .l&c white. tan and blue. special $1.
JI-; '. her. friend, Miss Carter, went down to umber hauled it to the old site and Electra; Mr. Edward Holder of Dun- morning wear I PRINCESS CLOTH, the newest weave

We' -JVultland to built him a new home. :Mr. Ross says nellon; Capt, .Tn<>. L.: Inglis of Inglis, 100 pieces COLORED BATISTS in in sill;. 29 inches wide at . 9Sc
.; Park Monday afternoon :Mr.J.' A. Barnes of Cleveland O.. new colorings, special at . .. .tOe in olive, white tan and cream.
.: ;spend h e has the best neighbors In the and his son :Mr. Allick W? Iriglis, of ..
: :. a few days with relatives.W In Ocala. the guest of EMBROIDERED VOILES something LONG SILK GLOVEs. extensive -
spent Monday -
world. ,. RockwellMr. new for Shirt Waist Suits at 15, 19 LADIES BELTS, extensive selec-
a his relatives, :Mr. E. C. Smith and
.and 25c
tion of silver, gold' and wash
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of Dun.j1ellafi's
W D. .
Edwards one
family. Mr. Barnes Js t :prominently :Mrs. Hardy C. Croom- and her lit.tie J. P. Phillips formerly with the '

'T i prominent citizens, represent. connected with. the Lake Shore rail- son after spending several days in Commercial bank in this city was SPECIAL OFFERING OF SILK.
f4 that flourishing In Ocala Mon- ""
,. ? : city road. Ocala with her brother and sister, returned here on a business visit from Lake

. ,": did.. lie was A. guest. "at. the Monte- -- to Tallahassee Tuesday. Mr. City Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Phil 'White wash silk, 3f in. wide .. ..50c White wash silk. 27 in. wide. . 49c =
-'sumaS hotel / "* White wash silk, 38 in,. wide. . .75c I Exclusive Patterns for Shirt Waists. ,
"," -. The cottage on Fort King avenue and Urs. Crom and son expect to lips is now engaged in the laundry ,White wash silk, 36 in. wide, best in Shirt waist Suits 37 in. wide. 75 to _

-- -- -1 -. --- occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller leave in' a few days for Asheville. N. business at Lake City with, Mr. Par town, at . .. . .. ... .. .JSc 93c.

< .Dr. poidsteln has decided- to'. re- has just been reshingled and repaintedand c.[ where they will spend some time.They dee also at one time of this city. WHITE LINGERIE WAISTS. .WHITE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.We .
f2 tnaln. h. Ocala until Friday noon
; presents a most attractive hppear- go,for the benefit of Mr. Groom's an extensive line of the ..New creation of t..o' popular Eagle _
1, March, .30. Don't fall to consult himif I Mr. and :Mrs. Edwin P. Pittman left carry
anee in its, new dress. health .and will possibly make their celebrated Oqera and Esanelle Brands Brand make-none better. :
1': your eyes nettf..attention.. Office at I Monday on the Seaboard Air Line
home somewhere in that state. The finest fitting waists made.. At White Hand Bags the fad of the
..".'_...' Ocala House. Eyes examined free tf. I Miss Edna Jeffords, who teaches for Atlanta to spend a week. /Mr. Season.
popular prices.
, 1. -' ; [school at Astor, returned to that place Some newspapers are saying with Pittman will then return home while very

ll. : Qol, y. J. hipraan has returned ::Monday afternoon after spending Sun- some degree of. mockery that Judge Mrs. Pittman ll go to. :Macon to White Linen Parasols popular prices at ,...............,......$1.50 to
hotte from Braidentown, where he $4.50'A
!day at borne with her parents. Miss: ;Parker favors Mayor McClellan for spend a seek with her parents.
t"v, ent to see his wife who has been ; White Canvas Oxfords.Vrute Lisle Hose.
Jeffords will continue her school for the democratic presidential aominaion. _

.qultehslck.; \ ... l : .'" ,'" '. several weeks longer. If,,Judge Parker,has said this be Mr P. Root who has been engagedIn I Our new shipment of Wicker & Gardner and Utz & Dunn

?''Alpestal card 'rasi received. by' theBanner has shown excellent wisdom and pene- boring oil for some weeks for the Patent, Vtci Kid, Blucher Cut Oxfords in Entirely New
of Port .Tampa City, tration.. Mayor McClellan hag made a Pearson Oil & Gas Company in Citrus
Tuesday from several weeksIn wonderfully good mayor and no mann county, has gone to his home at
i He was then in Philadelphia for who has been spending ,

fr *,&j-fear :days, after which he goes towevr Ocala with her daughter Mrs.- B- America has a better record or,better Baldwinsville, New York. where b.9

antecedents. It is high time that iras called on account of the ilness of CO.
home afternoon
{ York city fora visit before re- B. King, :returned Sunday RHEINAUER

ing' to his. : ',home, .at'East Point. accompanied by two of Mrs. .democrats stop abusing each other his| family. During his,,absence the S

o : .. .,''.....,'- King's children. and "get together." boring for oil will be discontinued.. '
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This is a Grand Opportunity to Buy Your Spring and Summer Wearing Apparel Greatly


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2:+ Men's Fine Suits and Pants and ,Boy's Clothing These are 'Every One Bargains Worth Seeing. --.- .

all-wool Crash and Flannel Boy's 2-piece suits, summer weights,
175 men's blue Serge Suits regular 500 men's
Men's all wool Crash Suits. $3 98 p.9 8 and dark colors light colors, syndicate sale $1.49
15 and $12.50 values PO pants, light $2.48 ti
Men's ainvbol Scotch and Novelty regular S3.50 and $1.00"alues
Boy's 2-piece summer weights ;=
75 men s square
suits Plaid, summer syndicate suits, regular $15. $0.manefactnrer.QQ t7O cuts, 815 and $18 values $10.98 600 pair men's fancy-striped and $0* 98 and light colors, syndicate sale $1.9 8

z (The last named lit was ughtpricefromthe direct 40 men's suits, summer weight dr7 black Clay Worsted pants, price Boy's 2-piece suits, summer weightsin ky!
and retails at '18 This is a QQ -
generally rare chance. latest .
Norfolks cuts
) latest all values 39c $2.48Boy's
at. 50c.
? 200 men's misfit suits from Rose' good Boy's pants,

750 men's Boy's Buster Brown pants 69c Washable suits! from 75c to SIsyndicate
and Co. Chicago, bargains at pair pants, stripes and
.. $15-to $25, syndicate Price! $10.98 fancy Worsteds this sale $1 39 I ITt Boy's 2-piece suits, syndicate sale 98c, sale price 49c


Tt SPECIAL 2000 Yards Nainsook and Lawn 40 inches wide, regular 20c. and 25c. Syndicate -

Price 7c, and tOe ,

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Lawns, Dimities, Silks, Calicoes, Ginghams, Madras, Linens, Sheeting, Embroideries, Laces, Etc.

r 1785 yds., Crepe de Chiene waisting, I 500 yards fancy Silk, Grenadiene 1000 yards Indian Head, regular 12 1-2 5000 yards Valencienes Lace, Edging

.mercerized, regular 15c. value 15c". weight suitable waisting: 39c and I5c values . 9c and Insertion, syndicate price .. 3c

983 yards White Mull waisting and 500 yards Mull, all shades, regular 12 yards French linen-finish Suiting 10,000 yards Cambric Embroidery,

I r suiting, regular 25c value J5c 25c value, syndicate price J5c I5c and 25c values ,121-2 and 15c. Edging and Insertion, our price 5c

1800 yards Basket Weave wasting 800 yards Belfast Chambrays, all 1896 yards French dotted Swiss, all 1000 yares Swiss Embroidery, 14 in.

and suiting, Tie. to 20c. value 12c colors, regularise value '. 9c colors, syndicate price 9c wide, syndicate price 16c

1100 yards summer: ,Satines, mercer 1200 yards Cranford Seersucker 1000 yards Long Cloth !and Nainsook4oinches 10,000 'yards Valenciennes Lace,

ized, regular 25c value J5c Ginghams, fast colors 8c wide, syndicate price \\c regular lOc and 15c values 7c

985,yds. Brilliantines, all colors, 50c. 1500 yards Musselline tissues, all 1800 yards Lonsdale Cambric, 36 Torchon Lace, extra wide, good

<<' to $1,50, syndicate price 23c to 59c shades-20c and 25c values \2\z and J5c inches wide, syndicate price 9c quality, syndicate sale 5 and 7 J-2c_ -

1240'yds.. 16-incK Taffeta Silk, all 1856 yards Lucille Organdie, with 1400 yards cotton Voiles, all shades, Oriental Lace in all shades and :

shades in the very latest, worth $1.50 98c large figures and flowers J5c for suits and skirts 12 1-2 and 15c widths, syndicate price 12 1-2 and J5c =

: 986 yds. imported Japanette Silk suit- 875 yards Deminere Organdie, Silk 1500 yards white mercerized 'Vaist500 yards Lace Yoking in the latest =

able for kimonas and draperies 38c striped, 20c and 25c values J2* 3oc'and 40c values '
c ink, regular 23c desIgn, our price 25 to 69c '. ;

500 yds. 20-in. Poresques, all shades' 100 yards Rosewood Zephyrs, silk 3UOO yards solid-color Lawn, regular 200 yards Embroidery Yoking, latest ,

regular 65c. to 75c. values 53c finish, regular 20c and 25c values 121c 12c and I5u values 9c designs, 75c and $2 values 49C to $1.48 \

?_ 500yds. V2-in. Taffeta Silk, all shades 500 yards cross-bar and checked 785 yards Vendetta Batiste, regular 1000 ladies' belts in gold and silver : :

it i- ,- regular 65c and 75c, values 48cVaisting.. white, syndicate sale 7c Sc value,syndicate price ... 5c gilts, also fancy regular 75c and

900.yds. China Silk, all shades, regu 3000 yards fast-colored Lawn stripes 763,yards Turquoise Silk, latest tin*sand SI values, syndicate sale price

it l Jar 65c and 75c! values 69c @ dots and flowers 4k stripes, syndicate price '. 29c each. . 39c "

__ ; SPECIAL---175 Dozen Men's Top Shirts (in all colors and Stripes) Regular 75c, syndicate price 49c. BARGAINS.L-

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4 Mr. Light, Has a Word' to Say. roads proportionately.Last St. Lucie County. The South's Progress.The Parcels Post is Favored. ..
-r year out of a shipment from For: Member of the School Board..:'j

..... 'To the Editor Ocala Banner: my farm of 2300 packages of Manufacturer's has -
vege- Record :
_ Under the head of "Did You Know, France, Germany, England and In our columns of twill
l, Why hasn't our Hudson Burr and tables the railroads received over $%,- compiled figures which show that the announcements
the St. Lucie
Tribune the
says: have parcel post and be seen that Mr. l;
l the other railroad commissioners, low- 000 while I and my men lost all of our south today is possessed of a prosperity Benjamin
That St. Lucie the the man who receives my vote in the Blitch announces
county was his $ |
: >.::; ered, our freight rates and aided the tine, rent of land, interest on investment a population an agricultural future for candidacy ?
_ ':, people in the upbuilding of the state? and I had to sell three horses youngest county in Florida? and commercial activity as great as congress or the United re-election as a member of the Ma
States senate will have to favor the ion county school
board !
Tj '_ i Because they think.they cannot low. to partly settle my losses.It That St Lucie county produces six- the totals of all other parts of the people being benefitted to this extentWhat Is thoroughly conversant Mr.witk J3 t th>"'"

.. er rates and many people believe they seems strange that I and my ty per cent of the pineapple crop of country In 1880. With the exception j
we need Is the parcel postand duties of this !
office, !
t Jo ; would not If thejr could. family must and do live on less than the state? of manufactured products ;and the the law having served
present positively forbidding -eral terms he has
t Why do they not lower rates? Because 12 cents per head per day and work That the largest orange value of assessed property the southof ; made a good gfllC
grove on ,1
a package
i the weighing more than and has given entire satisfaction.is Jt
the railroads must have in- from five in the morning until sundown the East Coast'is in St. Lucie county? today is ahead of the combined four pounds
going through the
,< very popular and will
..tercet. on their investments, so'' says and Mrs. Light be compelled to That St Lucie county contains all east west and ,north of 1880. is poll nea.rtrJ]
partly kept in force
,through the not all. the
-' the highest court in the land and until do most of her Washing, all her sewing grades of' farming land? The South in 1905, had a populationof influence of the big express companies votes In his o"lstrictMK ::s,

r this decree Is reversed or .the stock and housework...wear poor clothes, That one man in St Lucie county 5,000. In 1880 the rest of the whose representative' in "Washington : A. I,. Glass, of Gainesville fur I
.and bonds of. the railroads are lowered so as to make ends meet 'and to know regularly raises eighteen different country had a population of 34,000- '
r' varieties Is Tom C. Platt-the president of merly train master. of the A
to their true value R Hudson Burr and
that If we grow vegetables or any- of 000.
vegetables on his land? one of the biggest express compan- Coast line, has been promoted to sIl. i j
all the other railroad commissioners thing else to ship we ,must pay a living That the drainage of the E'ergladeswould In 1905 the south's railroad mileage ies. erintendent of the Gainesville diTlsios j t

#, from now' until judgment day will be Interest on seventy million of wat- greatly benifit St Lucie county was 60,000. The mileage for the rest This i a Captain Kidd law and' this line.
a. "dead dog" as to their ability to ered stock and besides each four ? of the country in 1880 was 51,000.
should be
repealed and my support
.... give us just rates years pay in taxes $60,000 to our state That St Lucie county needs that The south last year made 3,100,000tons will go to the man who is in favor There are many opportunities $!

y ; The valuation and bonded Indebted- railroad commissioners.This electric railway across the state? of pig iron against 4,000,000 for of the parcel post Florida If some man would only of|

ness of the railroads in this stateS seems to 'me to be rubbing it That ever resident of St Lucie all the rest of the country in 18SO; As soon as a man becomes fer for sale "ready-to-wear" platformlj
a member -
amount .in round numbers to > ninety in. county Is working for the advancement mined 70,000,000 tons of cola, agalns36.000.000 \ of he at the present time he could find congress secures a frank-
million dollars, or within fourteen L. S. LIGHT. of his section? ; made 6,244,000 tons of. coke telegraph express, ready sale for them to the politicians
postal franks of all
million as much as the entire valuation Reddick, Fla.. March 23. 1906. That we want more settlers in St against 3.000,000? produced 42,493,000 characters and he of the state.-Gainesville Sun.
usually worries no
of all the railroads all the real I Lucie county? barrels of oil, against 26,000,000.
Took Tampa Tribune's Advice. more but the layman pays for what Mrs.
estate, all the personal property all The south's. capital R. H. Holstein and little W
: That there is invested in cotton
no, place or need in he sends
fro *)oncls mortgages, Interests etc., in this county for the knocker? mills in 1905 was J225.000.000 as through the mails, by express girl of Hague spent several dayj "
The Polk Record to be and also pays for his telegrams.
the state and the railroad assessors County seems That Fort Pierce Is on a steady of 25,000,000. In 1880 the rest of the We need to have Ocala last week with Mrs. Holstein.,-

report .this property: worth twenty deeply grieved because the Tribunefailed growth which is better than any country in 1880; Its annual lumber and senators our representatives parents. Capt andMrs.. S. R. PflBefore

millions, leaving seventy millions of to take up the Trammell candidacy boom? mined 10,000.000'tons of coal agaIn speak plainly on thismatter.James her marriage Mrs. golstefn!

c water. with the enthusiasm which Harvey Phillips. was Miss
Mary B.
$164,000,000 its Pyles.
That good property' is changing ; annual farm products :.l
: -., The railroad commissioners in their( characterized its own approval of the $1,750,000,000 "
hands every day at advanced prices? as against 1550000000. In -,
r report to the governor January. ,1, Polk county man's aspirations.The These figures a Nut Shell.
.V That all the stores of- Fort Pierceare tell a wonderful story.
R 1903. say that the roads'_gross earnings Tribune was exceedingly Indulgent ei -
up to date establishments? They indicate that in another quarterof If Govi. BOILERS AND EH6INES I ( j
amount to ten millions and total toward Mr. TrammelL a century, Broward or the trustees of
That _more fish are shipped from perhaps sooner, the the internal
i : operating expenses seven millions It advised him that this vas an inauspicious south will be improvement fund were "
Fort Pierce than other producing as'much
any point on -
to -
4. leaving net of say to the people of Florida, "Here ;
a profit three ,millions time for him to submit his the rest of
Indian river? the
country Is
today! The
or a little over 3 per cent on a nine Congressional aspirations to the peo marvellous is a pile 'of your money. It may.be ERIE CITY IRONWORKS;:
z.w That the inlets near here furnish[ progress of the south is an
ty million investment or 15 per centon pie. spent for good roads which without ) :...,
epic of
s some ot-,the greatest sport in the Industry.-Atlanta Journal.
= the assessed valuation and ,of Mr. Trammell has taken the Tri doubt will be a great benefi to all
world for fishermen with rod and
4 course, the commissioners on such a une's advice and has retired from the Should but we think it better to use it in
reel? be Reduced..
; showing,could do nothing race-or, rather did not enter It. To the Editor draining the Everglades which may do -::
That the country back of us is filled Packer: .
In 1900 there were 625.000 people in So, it would appear Mr. Trammell "If some good, to somebody if we can ever
"t with game and is the sportsman's paradise the Armour icing charge from 1
4 the state: and the state debt amounted believed that the Tribune's counsel California carry out the undertaking Whatwould ALSO | -
? to the East 3,000 to 4.000 .
-4 to about two dollars per head. the was more valuable than that of the be the answer of the people
# That the county is going to bond miles, is $77. and. if that consider
United States debt $12.25 per head and Polk County Record, which urged him ed Yet that is the proposition in a nut.,
for good roads and that they will do I reasonable, how can a rate of $84 HEATERS AND PUMP
our debt to the railroads over $ISO per to make' the race. from shelL-Lakeland : ew1.
more to increase the value of property a Tennessee shipping point to
AU of which shows that Mr. Tram
head.We than anything else? Chicago a: distance of aboue 300
take the S. S. O. & G. railroad mell is wise in his day and generation Mr. C. E. Herrick of Crystal River
That this is the best section in wiles be justified COMPLETE STEAM PLANT
as an example. and that the Polk County Record which accompanied by his brother. ,Mr. Herrick _
to invest your capital "SUBSCRIBER." .{
The. state of Florida gave to this editor- not yet sufficiently acclimated of Key West was in Ocala Wed "

'i.'i N: corporation, .ten thousand .acres ol, in the politics of South Florida to Pop Ammunition. Competition helps to regulate rates.The nesday. The latter left in the afternoon Write for Estimates and
t;:. Hepburn bill ,
:. ._ ,.land 'per mile to aid in the construction know what he is talking about-Tampa in the which Is now tied up for his home at Key West. He bpecial Catalogues
,. United States Senate is intended
: thereof, or nearly five hundredthousand Tribune. The attacks on Gov. Broward, led to give relief has been very ill and has spent the -1

''At. wes, enough to build It. by the Times-Union and St Augustine covering cases past ,several weeks with his brotherat

,.-t -_ 'The same corporation' so say out The Glory Belongs to the Record. Record owned by the Flagier interests where charge there of Is$84 no competition.for 300 miles An Is icing Crystal River, recuperating his 1

; authorities, has enhanced the value oi The Augustine Evening Recordof and joined in by that class horbitant ex- health and be is now entirely recov THE ,

:i,,- !, f this road to the amount of $34.000 per last Saturday came out printed of papers that past experience has 'and should be reduced. ered. .
'j Editor Packer. CIMfROH
& O t co
.-J i; ,J!<' ;: mile" in value1 and water, or It is capItallzed green and with a big spray of shamrock proven are purchasable, remind us 88KlU! .

at over .000.000 twenty.times. I on its first page in honor ofPatrick's St more of a sleeping lion surrounded by Andrew Carnegie has offered to giveuqOOQ
Germany in Charleston
five has S. CL
years increased
as much as the indebtedness .of tx heir I Day, The Record is one .oi a pack of barking Jackals than any- in population -? for a library for Stetson Uni

;, 8t-t'e. ::The F, C. & P. or Seaboard.A the most 'thoroughly up-to-date .da ilthing else in natural .history DeFuhiak helped also to swell 4,000.060 the and has versity, Leland, providing the. university
.mile and the other ies la the South.Palatka sews population of .raises B.
; _:,2'k-;' ,,'Ltno".USOOO' per. Breeze. 'the United an equal amount for' maintenance F. HOFfMAN, :

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k--.- An Enjoyable Day at Silver Springs. Rev. H. Morris to be Pastor of Miss Wimberly in Ocala. Miss Piatt Gives Lovely Party.At .

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Philadelphia Church. -

| Saturday was a perfect day for a Miss Clara Wimberly. of Macon one of the prettiest small parties .
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.,. picnic and several different Ocala The following item from the Phila; Georgia gave a series of readings at this winter Miss Edith Piatt was the ;

parties went out to Silver Springs for delphia. Evening Bulletin will be read the Opera House in this city Friday hostess and she ,entertained for Miss

the In picnic crowd were
day. one with Interest by the friends of Rev. night.. Mary Davenport, of Chattanooga S f
the following persons: Mr.'and Mrs.

RoVsvl W. W. Clyatt Mr. and Mrs. G. W. R. H Morris, who was formerly the To !oIr.* J. H. Workman, principalof Tennessee,. who is about to conclude "

::"i Martin Messrs. J. ,H. Workman and pastor of the Presbyterian church in the Ocala high school, is due the a very delightful visit to Mrs. Charles

V. Miller in this THisa
city Davenport -
Emmett Cowden Mrs. W. J..Chamf this city: credit 'of bringing' Miss Wimberly to
has been quite
popular duringher
hers Mrs. A. L. Izlar :Mrs. A. L. Webb All the way to Georgia the congre- our city. A portion of the proceedsof
stay In Ocala number of
a pret-
Miss Annette Gist, of McIntosh. Miss entertainment
the went to the Ocala
gation of the Oak Lane Presbyterian
ty affairs been for
having given her
Cora Griffiin. Miss Tittle Cam, Miss High School for their library fund. ,
Baking p. church went and found a pastor. [and none have been any pleasanterthan
and Miss Jessilu Mar
Georgie Borger Miss Wimberly is a lovely, refined
[ the one given her by hiss Platt
Without a shephard for four months
F tin. They left town in a big"wagon and graceful southern girl and her
i At this affair dominoes
at six o'clock In the morning and returned past, the members met last night and readings were truly delightful.. She was play
<' .ed and the most successful players
;; ; AbSOlUtelyPire at six 'in the evening makingan extended a unanimous call to the Rev. was greeted by a good sized audienceand
,;,' proved to be Mrs. Miller and Jlr. ,
:: entire day of It. charmed them all from the beginning -
It : (. Robert Hugh Morris The elders have Beck.. Mrs. Miller was awarded a
: S They chartered a boat and went as every reason to believe that he will to the end of her excellent dainty lace
little trJmmed handkerchief -
i-7. .. far down the run as Connor where program.
$ accept.In
while to.Mr. Beck: was given a
they spent several ,hours roaming over
f Her Interpretation of .the antebellum
of the storm hun-
.. spite nearly a silver mounted desk
{ sponge.
the gorgeous orange groves. They had darkies was especially fine and
dred members gathered In the church
Miss Platt's
t' DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF their lunch in the grove and enjoyed won for her spontaneous applause and guests were Mr. and
last evening to choose a leader. No Mrs. C. V. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. G. R.YcKean. .
it as only hungry picnickers can. The
appreciation from her audience.
other name than that of Mr. Morris Mr. and Mrs.
TARTAR C. Carroll
BAKING POWDER afternoon was spent In as equally a Miss Wimberly is well known all
considered. When vote
t,. was even a Miss Mary Davenport Misses Annie
pleasant way and when this happy over the south and she has also given '
there for him
was taken were eighty
Davis. Eloise -
It does contain crowd returned home they all, said to four against out call entertainments in many of the nor- Miller. Mile Van Jifhan.
not an atom of Phos. sending a at Grace Hatchell. Eloyse Izlar. Hattie
o they bad spent a glorious day together. -
thern cities and wherever she goes
this time. After this result had been

.,. phatic acid (which is the product of bones announced one of the four moved to she is delightfully received. Those and Dye, W.Florrie D. Taylor Condon., Robert Messrs.Mathews.J. H. '

make it unanimous which was done.Mr who heard Miss Wimberly Friday
digested in sulphuric acid) or of alum Will' Make the Race for the Legisla Morris was born in Georgia and night were charmed with her gracefuland Alfred Beck Albert Miller Osca and

ture. Guy Zewadski Emmett Robinson, andA.

(which is one-third sulphuric acid substances is twenty-nine years old. He was educated beautiful readings. N .Goodwin, of MarteLAt
) at Miss, Jessilu :Martin rendered sev-
the Georgia Military Academy -
This paper stated somedays ago the conclusion of the closely con-

:t adopted for other baking powders that the name of City Attorney Biggs and at Emory College. He was eral instrumental solos during the tested games the guests were ,asked
evening they were very much en-
later graduated from Princeton Uni-
was being actively\ canvassed among into the dining room, where from the
: because; of their cheapness. versity with the degree of Master of joyed.
4 the names' suitable for representativeto long dining: room table, beautiful In
;,' In a graceful way Miss Wimberly
Arts. He served of the
as pastor
r' the legislature from this county; its appointments a dainty menu was
<;' First church at Ocala Florida and thanker her audience for their pres-
: many have gone to Mr. Biggs in per- served. In the center of the table, on

r sbn and urged, him to allow the use later as supply. for the First church, ence and their splendid attention and a reflector was. a tall vase of roses
r said that she hoped we would allow <
of his name'for this office and he has at Macon Georgia. Subsequently he and around the base of the reflector
r her the pleasure of coming to Ocalaagain.
entered Princeton Theological Semin-
,, finally consented to do so. Cherokee roses and violets were prettily -

:" SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Mr. Warren Holtzclaw, who spent :Mr. Biggs is an exceedingly modest ary, from which he will be graduatedin arranged. At one end of the table
It is a matter of regret that the
the winter at Candler with his mother man and making the race for: this office :May. was a big bowl of these exquisite

Local Editor.. has returned to his home at Macon is not of his own seeking but the Twice within the last month has.. Mr. I opeha house was not crowded and flowers and over the cloth loose violets

Morris preached in Oak Lane. In the those who did not hear Miss Wim
Jt. Missouri. county's interests .will be safe in his were strewn The effect was exceedingly -

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. keeping. The efficiency and zeal with Presbyterian pulpit there he succeedsthe berly missed a rare treat. pretty and artistic and the
t.- In the afternoon in with
Dr. and Mrs. J, G. Baskin and which he has looked after the city's Rev. Oswald G. McDowell who company cakes mints .and other sweets served

Z: Ur. Clifford Ayer, of McIntosh is children who have been visiting rela- interests since being city attorney is resigned on December 1, 1903: to accept several friends, Miss Wimberly visitedthe were in keeping with the table dec-

::: spending Sunday with Ocala friends. tives 'at Anthony, have returned to an earnest of this fact a, call to work with the Evangelical famous Silver Springs and was orations. .

!.. their home at Dunnellon. Mr. Biggs 'was graduated with hon- Alliance of New Jersey. It was capitvated by its beauties. --

S J.' Mrs.,J.'M. Barco and Miss Sue Bar- ors and was admitted to the bar in largely due to Mr. McDowell's efforts Meeting of the Board-of Trade. Bishop Gray in Ocala. ",

!.co;'are guests at the Ocklawaha Inn. Miss Angie Allen -Dansville, N. this city after standing a most cred- that the present beautiful church t

Y.. who is spending the in Rt. Rev. William Crane ,Gray, of
winter building was erected at a cost of $33- "
t itable examination. Is a close student Owing to the recital of Miss Wim-
Mr, Alfred Ayer went home to McIntosh Florida, is at present the guest of Miss OOd, all of which has been paid except Orlando, bishop of the missionary diocese -
and successful lawyer and the fact berly Friday night and other attractionsthe
; Saturday to remain over Sun- Lucile Lancaster.One of Florida, spent Sunday in -
that he has been elected city attorneyfor $9,000. meeting of the board of trade was
? 17''I. Ocala. In the morning to a very
.- several terms shows the appreciation riot as largely attended as it other-
I of the best and most complete For Senator Twentieth Senatorial Dis- Urge congregation he preached an
:I'Mr.. Jv J. Williams of Homosassa in which he. is held here. wise would have been. There were j
jobs of wiring has just been finished in trict. seven excellent sermoa at Grace church. This
t'Was about members but
among Ocala's visitors on Satur- The Ocala Banner office Mr.
by Henry
{' Candidate: for the Legislature.Mr. was the bishop's first, visit to Ocala
tday. < Hon. J. G Baskin of Dunnellon they discussed various things lookingto
:, : Watterson Tucker the electrician. He -- since the pretty little new church has
-S is O. K.Major. makes the announcement* in today's the general development of the city,
been completed. lIe the
L- Mr .L. P. Stafford, who has a good Ion 1... Farris,. formerly of this paper tf his candidacy for reelectionto The establishment of the Ocklawaha praised members -
very much on. ,the new ebureb
t;position at Holder was, In Ocala SJ.t.urda1. R. G. Wright, of Oxford, wasa city, now of Jacksonville, is seeking the senate from the twentieth'senatorial steamship line was the subject of dis-

: 'prominent visitor here on. Satur- i legislative honors at the hands of the district cussion and it was stated that if pro- and expressed himself aa well pleased -
with it He spoke words 'of
encouragement -
day. He was, accompanied by his little democratic voters of Duval county. Jr. Baskin filled a short term In the perly handled it might prove the key
: )Ir.. J. J. TilHs has hoitt to the congregation and
.returned I His announcement takes a half
grand-daughter, Elizabeth Hood, up senate at the last session caused by to the freight situation. Mr. Jake
{ from a business and pleasurevisit to. threw a splendid bouquet at the feet
of Cuba. | page of the Jacksonville Metropolisand the removal of Hon. C. :Ml: Brown from Brown was appointed a committee! of c
of the Rev. H. Harrison. Tae
DeLand. rector G.
is illustrated with a picture of one to interview; the officers of the
the district. his short
"'. ._ During periodof .then delivered and forceful
& +.' Ocala's artificial stone company is himself which shows great force and service he made same and the merchants and businessmen a strong
l t ,Miss:Blanche HalUof Candle. atone about ready for business and*has al- marked individuality. The chief and commanded an the profound reputation generally and see what plans may sermon..

' j ""thna a teacher In, the Ocala high | ready begun the construction of the planks in Mr. Farris' platform are: of his senatorial be evolved to make this line a.freight At th conclusion of the sermon the

, }. school, was shopping In the city Saturday I double store building for Mr. T. H. good roads better schools state mill- respect colleaguesand feeder for Ocala annual confirmation service was held.
wielded influence In that
an : body
i:: [ Wants on the old Magnolia hotel .lot la, lien law, low taxation, good Immi- that was quite remarkable -and grati- It was brought to the notice of the Those confirmed were Misses Hattie .
Dye Dorothy Lancaster, Eleanor
< grants public improvements and juvenile board of trade that the Florida State
f--.: Gen, J. C Davant and Col, G. C. Mrs. J, M. Barco.. who has been fying to his friends and is fairly entitled Cram, Margaret Anderson, Gus Haley t
reformatory. Press association would meet in Ocala
5_ Martin, both prominent lawyers ofBrooksville spending the past four months at Miami I to a re-election. Thi1 sl is a ruleso and Walter Yonge.-
: Mr. Farris promises to make a red in May next so that some plans mightbe :
; were among Ocala's vis- with her daughters. Mrs. J. M, :general that it has become a custom --
hot campaign the features outlined the of
and arranged for entertainment
"_,ltors on Saturday. Jackson, jr./and Mrs. S. L. Patterson with all the parties. At the Christian ehurch Sunday .
in his picture show that he has the this distinguished body of men. It
C'. -. When a 'president, for instance,
has returned home night Rev. Sam White, officiating,
,-:':: Miss Ellle .Tydlngs returned to Anthony .. force and determination to do so. dies and the vice-president is elevated was suggested among other things
Mrs. E. P. PIttman was baptized and
Saturday after spending a short Mrs. Bernard Seligman and little to his he that three prizes be offered the mem-
place invariably receives -
Mr. C. W. Turner, member' of the received into the full membership of
Xhile In Ocala, .the guest of Mr. and daughter, who have spent the wInterin board of county commissioners was the nomination at the expiration bers of said association for the three that church.A .

iVn..... C.' R. TYdings., Ocala with Mrs. SelIgman's parents among the business callers at this office : of his term without opposition.It best write-ups of Ocala: $15 for the

;- Mr, and Mrs Charles Peyser, indeed, has become an axiom. best; $10 for the second best and $5
Friday. He has made such an t Wedding''on Skates.
_.# Mr. Eugene Cox. of Atlanta a well
for the third best
have returned to their home at Columbus Some
efficient member of the board of coup* voters, however are under the -
jjjcapwn Ocala boy, is enjoying a visit Ga. These and other matters will be
Tto ty: commissioners that there is a ,very impression that under an arrangementmade Perhaps the most novel weddingever
Washington D. C.. and other. cities -- more fully discussed when there is a
j!!;;' with Sumter county soon afterit
sentiment for him to continuehis In
general celebrated Birmingham was
:i.tnd's.. having a most enjoyable. trips Hon. Carlos L Sis trunk, of Ocala larger"attendance.
"fii:. \ membership thereon. Mr. Turner and Marion county were made the that of Mr. W. F. Anderson and Miss
came down Tuesday morning and was
.: ,*Mr. George w Hyde a prominent. has the matter under considerationand twentieth senatorial district that the The worshippers at St Philip's Mary Underwood which occurred in
candidate to the vot-
giving the grip
j r sj.ttog man of Crystal River who is may announce his candidacy later. senator was to alternate between the Catholic church this city, heard a the Skating Auditorium in that cityon
them know quiet
ers and letting a
1, coaected His the board bear tes- two counties, but this rule was abro- The wed-
with the Dixon Crucible colleagues on very eloquent sermon Sunday morning last Wednesday evening. ...
way that he .wants to be states attorney -
,_: eompany. represented that thriving timony as to his efficiency We say gated in the last district conventionand i preached by Rev. Peter. Leo Rickard. ding was performed while the bride

,, :;town. in Ocala Saturday. .-Sumterville Times. this because in the next election* the county lines were obliterated. It I rector of Brooklyn Cathedral- Brooklyn and groom were standing on roller

:'.'.'. Miss Valeta Potter returned home members of the board of county com- could hardly be otherwise in a primary New York. Father Rickard was skates. After the unique ceremony,

:. '\-1h6'., best day in the whole calendar Friday afternoon, from Jacksonville missioners will be elected from the elecion. Besides, the rule was passing through Ocala and stoppedover which was performed with all of the

f.7 better than all the yesterdays and where she spent a week in Riverside body of the county "and not from sep- an unequal one as Marion county has to give the faithful worshippersin attendants wearing roller skates, that

|5; all ,the tomorrows is today. Don't letstt population three four times larger
the guest of her friend, Mrs. Paul arate districts as heretofore. f ji. or this .little parish one of his beau- newly married couple .led 'a, beauti-

pass by without doing some 'useful Peck :Miss Potter attended the Nor- than Sumter. tiful and interesting sermons. His ful and graceful grand march on roller -

.thin;. some good deed. Today is the Mr. W. E. Allen, of McIntosh wasa Under the condition of things as skaaes. An immense audience
diea and Xellson concerts. congregation enjoyed it very much in-
.gay of days. prominent visitor to Ocala Friday they now exist Sumter is not likelyto deed. witnessed the performance of the wedding -

: 5 5 .5 5 5lifessrs. Mrs. Hardy C Croom and her infant and made this office a pleasant business offer a candidate and in. all probab- and viewed with pleased expres-

t. Crystal Stephens' & Estridge, of son. Hardy C. Croom, jr.. came and social call. Mr. Allen livesin ility will join with Marion and make Mr. Edgar Ferdon, general managerof sion the figures performed on skates

L River have sold out their Tallahassee* Friday morning the best section of Florida which is Dr. Basklns nomination unanimous.Mr. .
sock, down from the Ocala artificial stone ocmpany, after the. knot had been tied the en-
of merchandise at that place to to the front and which
to spend a short while with her rapidly coming is visit to Sarasota. He. goes trance of the bride and groom and
f Messrs. on a
Christian & Gamble at Dun- will bear the same relation to and Mrs. M. G. Cram who were
brother and sister, 'Judge J. H. Bell soon skates in time
aellon there for the of settling up attendants on perfect
purpose ,
: Messrs.'Stephens and Estridge Florida that the "blue grass region"does in Ocala during the first of the sea-
are and Miss Daisy BelL his old business preparatory to mov- to the wedding march was a noveltythat'
i, both well known In this city to the state of Kentucky. Mr. Allen son have returned and will perhaps ,
ing here permanently. He Is a pushing, neved before has been witnessedin
t 1 Mr. M. Dale of Gainesville, a was accompanied by Rev. Sam spend a couple of weeks here. Since
; t- Mrs. Susan B. Cates, of Georgia, enterprising gentleman and we extendthe Birmingham, if in any other city,
resident of this city leaving Ocala they have spent several
S former popular White of the Christian church.
who has spent th"e winter in Ocala theE glad hand to all sueh and give in the world.
f was in Ocala Friday. Mr. Dale is weeks at have visited
est of, her friend, Mrs, Edd "Car- Hun. W. K. Zewadski down them a cordial welcome.
now with the Dutton Phosphate com- / came Cuba and the east coast section and Among the visitors to O+aJ& en Fri-

\S. tnlchae1. left Friday for her (home. in from Ocala :Monday afternoon to highly pleased with all sections --
pany and is, prospering splendidly day we noted the fallowing: Dr. and:
) Mrs. Kate
Gates made friends during Mrs. D.G. Edwards and
-,,' many his new home. transact some legal business. Gol of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Cram, whose :1rs. T. K. Slaughter and Miss Viola
If" ? visit here Taylor of this city and their sister.
She expects to return
Zewadski is contemplating moving home Is at Berlin New Hampshire Slaughter and Mr. Nathan Mayo, ofellevlew
t:.ia' Ocala next winter. Mr. R. B. Campbell has returned to within few weeks to Miss Mary Boyd. of Alabama have returned -
Ocala ,
from a are stopping with Mr. T. M. Moore. the I and Mr. A. J. Mc ughn.! .
Ocala after an absence of several Springfield or Peoria, IlL This is on home from their trip down ,

& F; Bullock, of White Springs weeks which he has spent in Geor- account of his health. The Florida :Mr. and :Mrs. E. McLeod enter- east, coast, to Nassau. Cuba and Key of Fairfield.

tames om lq this Issue of the yews sold anumber of their friendson West They 'were absent for a coupleof
gia and Tennessee. He recently bar would loose one of Its brightest tained quite

I:<**, a candidate for: the position of out his Interest in the, Florida Electric members and Marion' county one of Friday night at their home at Ken- weeks and had a perfectly delightful FRECKLES AND PIMPLES

I Member of the, Board of In-
Public. and Plumbing company to Mr, its best and most influential citizens drick. The evening was a very merry trip.
5atructlon. REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadmola.
He Is worthy and well
Condon and has not yet decided in should Cot Zewadski make this move. one and was spent with music and
f.: ,Q ealied for the and has Barn and Horses Burned.
what business he will embark. -Sumterville Times. games and during the evening palatable '
r rna>x- friends to give him an, enthu- refreshments were served. -- .
f sa$U support.--Jasper :News.OKSlHEBEttUlSE Mr David Barcus. of Citra. was Mr. Charles Peyser is on a business Mr. Fraak Teague received a telegram The Complexion .

and Incidentally The state dental association Is mak- Friday from Lady Lake stating Beautifier u endorsed
'- down Friday to pay his taxes visit .to Tampa. Mr. Peyser is mak-

to pay a visit to the county ing preparations: to open a big branch ing big preparations for their annual that his barn and its contents were s_- ._, .. \>y t&ouaaada

the I which will be held at theContinental horned the night before. Two horses ofgntefulladies.an3a .
seat. He speaks hopefully cigar factory in that city. His new meeting, Y6-

and thai t Hotel*Atlantic Beach, were also burned In the fire. Mr. guaranteed ta remove
orange-ipdustry at Citra:. says: factory is nearly ready to open for' a all facial diacolaraf -

FAILS i&st the bloom. Indicates a nice crop for the business. % The friends of Mr. Peysei. May 16-18. Dr. Dozier Leitner of this Teague went down to Lady Lake Friday \ 'w ticns anl restore the

Coug! $ p, Tastes Good, I. coming season but he thinks that .some; are delighted that he is doing so excellent city is a member of the executive afternoon to look over the situation =' beauty of youth. The

t jaa) is fcisa. Soil by druggists of the bloom was injured during thE a business, one that warrants s I committee of the association and' Dr. and ascertain the origin of the I worst eases in twenty !ays. 50c. a&d $i.GJ

drop. In he',thermometer on the firs t), his opening a factory in the "cigai r J. E. _Chace is on the dental board of fire and the extent- of the damage done at all leading drug stores or by mail

of.march. : : city." examiners. by the flames. Prcpsrtf ty r4rr4N! TOUT CO., Paris. Tao s

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adheres to his of this 'month ,the editor of this paper President's Attention. Called to the Guests. Saluted by Locat.

1 : >: and senator Frank Adams stood Fact-Large Number of Commissioned School Children Sang .A
everglades not
<, ; ,' in. the Officers Absent .Specially ..Writteacited ,
collector's office
tax :
in the
.. -: :1..:.' repeated admon nf
t-;: '. ",' S We:have. received, so many inquiries nduQu$ under court house at Miami,, In Dade county, tha Cause. by Miss Anna'fl !.

-: / make inquiries SchwenJc
waiting their turn to
Jn"regard .to hog -chol ra, and re- very"small re
?< fc 1 taxes."i Special to the Ocala Panner: S -
: about : t-
5 A An old woman, was waiting likewise, .Washington. D. c... March 24.-The Special to, the Ocala
> of territory

i S especfal gratification that we call attention S cane growing her tax receipts were written out and attention of the president has been Vicksburg, Miss, Mare
: '
.:1. .S to Farmer's Bull tjn No. 24, handed: to her she remarked that there '
dedication of
States and thinks called to the fact that the line of the the Pennj

Issued' from the United States Agricultural must be some mistake as heretoforeher "
t' to the products army is somewhat crippled by the ment in tile XationaJ :
'- taxes bad been between three and P.
g ,Department copies of which to have his::! large ,number of commIssioned'omcars took place this afternoon
s' dollars and now It was between
four ,
::: : -so'long a? the supply la.sts-wlll be or I printed in pam absent on detached duty and by the tracfed thousands of'lsi
seven and eight dollars. She was informed :
broadcast fact that few of the companies of in- city and the hotels!
S mailed free .toanyone applying. The by the tax collector that a are c
? S S I We are glad f an try' or troops of cavalry are up to their fullest capacity :'
bulletin was prepared by Jtr. .D E. "drainage tax" had been Imposed anthat Th_
are anxious to their authorized enlisted strength. This sented a holiday ..
Salmon D. V.' M, of department, bases his this tax constituted the dif- "'.
Is Is especially so in the Philippine Islands were displayed on all
further pu
The tax collector
.5 'and id based on an extensive, series of upon and if he where there are companies out jugs, seifoolsr and
\. informed her that some persons had many otbi
observations and experiments. The there will be on field service which are reduced to and private residences. :
; refused to his "drainage tax" but
--r average farmer is apt to Call any fatal i in the matter of that his instructions; were, not to issue twenty or thirty men, or about to one:? The Pen )'lvania party he.

: disease that may be affecting his I I en into effect a receipt unless such taxes were fifth to one-third of what the enlisted the. governor and Mrs. Samu'$-,

f : swine cholera. This a time the reclaim strength should be., There is no help packer, of Pennsylvania
; bulletin treatsof paid. The old woman said she could
in the state has for this apparently especially In the
two distinct, and yet In some respects not goo; law and that she would pay ; at one o'clock in the for
failure and the Philippines where the situation U
; ; similar diseases to-wit: "Hogcholera" it, but not having money enough she might the dedication will begin prom
wherein the become serious in the event, of some two o'clock. The *
Si and "swineplague", but the woull leave the receipt and return for exercises :
by the drainage disturbance. It is likely that an effort ed with
sanitary preventive measures and the it next day. She then departed.This a governor's WII
from the lands: will be made to have the
k treatment of' the sick animals in both occurrence was after the decIsion recruiting cL c Warren Light Artillery, of
on the bor system Improved and the distributionof
___-k S diseases is practically the same. They of the United States District and the meeting was caji _

: are btoh caused by bacteria these infinitesimal in the state. court had declared the act creatingthe newjy enlisted men perfected so a* : der by General Samuel K.

: Is have proven, to increase' the strength of those commands I chairman of the
fS organisms that of late drainage commission null and void monumentCol eo

are charged with of wholly ,. raising them to a condition Albert N.. Keiwin
years so many of the I and after that court's decision that D. IV_
of agricul which will give them greater value in ed the Invocation.
deadly diseases that affect human life. the drainage commission had no power After

S Consequently Is Is a matter of -small lands are ad-of: 'to assess and collect taxes. military operations. the school children of the thR
can see no
4: practical Importance whether a farmerbe This drainage tax is still being collected I public -school sans "America.
For the '
by spending a Protection of Transports. :
able to distinguish between the two a reclamation. in Dade county from the poor panied by the orchestra. !

diseases. There are other contagious ly and ignorant and helpless. Mae Schwenk recited a poe< i"
this subject the Special to the Ocala Banner
; S, diseases which are liable to be mis- c The very ones who should be pro- especially for the Occasion by:
within the Washington D. C., :March 24.-The
-: taken for either cholera or swine : tected by the law are robbed under W. Crawford the famous
charge of a mysterious causes of the fire on board
L- plague, such as.anthrax. But this also forms of law about the Illegality of : Then Miss Lillian Vion Seh
have no friends the army transport Meade have been
___i, attacks cows: sheep, ,goats and also which, they know nothing.It veiled the monument.
to reward in traced .
officially to spontaneous combustion \
r S dogs",, and is generally confined to certain Is, a fearful state of affairs when cover dropped the W _':
the man from
an explosion having occurredIn
sections where It appears year this ". those to whom Is entrusted the exec- Artillery fired a salute. Thi
be "showed. a chest containing soldiers' uni-
after year. So that any fatal conta- ution of the laws ignore- the laws and children sang the "Star Spanner" ; "
shall read his forms and arms packed in greased
-S: ?: 'gious disease that is confined to hogs salt interest and oppress the poor,,because, of their Ignorance cloths. The and thea General S-
reports also that
say another -
may be set down as either cholera, or and poverty. SchwenJc presented a niezno
: two state will be box, which was: being transferred
-i swine plague. These latter are not It is a shame.A Governor Penneypacker, or "
scheme we to the transport exploded on account
confined to '
anycertaIn section but vania.
burning sham
are always for! of the unknown contents of a can in-
{f effecthogs: In all part' of the U. S.; -Jasper News. Governor Penny packer rewj
: and good of Flor closed in the box: This has led to
-, and the losse3 have estimated to I. (. memorail and will transfer

-S- S amount to from $10,000,000 to $ ,OODIi. ,- of it is origi- The Boat Line Commended. .some.new. restrictions intended to protect United 'States government. '

the. -from such
transports disas-
000 annually.1 Hog cholera Is practically -- : C. Scofield representing the
:; .. S ,fatal to young pigs, the old hogs in Congratulation. To the Editor Ocala Banner: ters, which, of course are as likely to of war received the me.morjd ::

t fresusntly escaping 'entirely. We have put S I note with great pleasure the formation occur after the ship has gone to sea, half of the United States go .'

had just that' experience on our own I \ be an invasion of a company to operate a as while- is still in port. The quar- ': Then there was some more su :

_i1jc ; farm, when we. lost every hog under i they the American steamboat line from Silver Springs to termaster general of the army has Issued by Governor James K. YarcfeiMississippi _

_,t 'six months old. In such a case the to week when Jacksonville and other points. The a circular cabling attention to the the oration by

t hogs escapIng. serious illness ure rendered and New gentlemen who have'formed this cOmpany ,warning given by the accident on the Beaver some more singing a&jn H;

; "immune" from future attacks. for d bilL It deserve every consideration aP
*i The first! noticeable symptoms v time as though the patronage the citizens of the an explosivenature, oiled or greased Albright, of DurreO's Batte4f

_v I- -,both diseases are shiverings unwillingness of to be forced county. and neeiallv the business cloths, matches, or other material liable j
S: to move more or less' loss <<: as every ef- men of Ocala, that can possibly be to ignite by 'frIction or confinement '- A RELIGIOUS CENSUS BE".!]

5 ot appetite, very high temperature: o was being extended towards them. They are on be packed in any box or chest ING TAKEN IN ROC

,the animals appear' stupid and dull w in as one state the right line and this initial enterprise intended for shipment on. an array' f

and ,are disposed to hide under any do not and this will ultimately result in 'the transport.; Regimental and company! Over a Thousand Representa I 1

Jitter At first the voweLs may be a about had emancipation of the freight payers of commanders are required to see that: t Various Churches Yesterday:

r normal or even constipated, but later g Smith del the community from the bondage they these precautions are taken I ed the Move-All DenominabOl

_ k a bad diarrhoea sets In and remains n 'i."j: can congratu- are now under to the railroad corpor- J. Take Part in the Canvas
Jersey Pool! Tournament.
to the end. The breathing is more. two won out one of ations. It is a fine argument for you .

- k rapid and the skin Is ogten cirngestetla at : place here 1n your very just criticism of the Special to the Ocala Banner: Special to the Ocala Banner,

; and red over the abdomen. the inner for Mark. 'nothing'dping" work of the Railroad Paterson N. J., March 24.-The XewJersey Rochester N. Y., March 21':.

f surface of the limbs under the throat of him. Commissioners. Get the freight to State pool tournament will be cordance with plans carefully]
1: S 'and on the ears.. the moving to and from Silver Springs, ed, about 1,200 representative
brought to
a close this eveningby the
S The remedy rscommendfid Is not of the state- nd the handling of it from there hereIII fina'ls various Rochester churches-jj
: playing of the at James Counsell's -
i : claimed -as a certain cure-for animals p a dimuni- come like fruit from the blossom. complete religious census tlf '
A pool rooms on East Eighteenth' .
'ready affected but it is relied rushing wild- aybe my cherished electric railway noon. The WOi"khas been pli _
street and
Qflo Twelfth avenue. Nearly all I
mOre as a. pre'ventlve., The formula of whom he All follow. If it does not at once, it the I some time and during the la.l
i.t \ players of the state aretaking '
S the remedy Is &s follows, and every of a group will come in time, and meanwhile. or more circulars explaining
add part in the tournament, among
hog owner should "cut. It,, out" and like fury: other economic means of transit will them were distributed in the t1it
such J. Mature, of Jersey City;.Flynn
file away for future use: from Mark's be provided. t churches.The :
the champion of Newark; M. Dolan,
Wood charcoal..l and this is LAURIE !
pound., T IZLAR. the result which it is hoped;
champion of Dover; H. Cancannon "
Sulphur ... ... .. .. .n..1 pound. ther drunk yet? If rive from the census include
ol Woodbridge, N. J.; H. Blair, the
MS;. Common Salt ... . .40.. .2. pounds g ; We all are." i Senator. Bailey's speech on the rate ousIn of many church m

Common soda ... . ..... .2 p unds. rays I regulation questipn has excited con- champion of Orange: C Walmsley, increased_ activity; a practical
i the I ,
ex-champion of the
State; Tom
# : 'Sodium hyposulphite .. ... .2 pounds. come -I I comment and is pronounced stratton of a' live church; -*
Wilson the champion of Paterson
.f' Glauber's salts. :.. H..1 pound*. i by meji of legal lore to be equal in and cases of need both temporal an",
W. Benter, also from here. > .
Fh;, Sulphlde: of antimony. .,. .. .1 pound. clearness and force to anything ever \ itual revealed; certificates of, <

t'5 S Pulverize the above ingredients and and Harri penned by Chief Justice Marshall. Tried to Whip the Editor. membership brought to light aw..
: large The senator advanced the
mix them thoroughly. The is apparently
dqse the United posited; Increasing at tea
til I simple proposition that the federal
one large' tablespoonful to every 200pounds I .Rusk of Pown in Izzard county darkest: any churches and Sunday '..

weight of hog" to be treated, and: minister courts, having been created by con- Arkansas. they --do things up brown and awakening the feeling of <*j
to '
T: S given once a day only. Hogs affected nilla gress and not by: the constitution had says Ben Murdock. An editor called a ship between members of tbk

should not be fed on corn alone, but dry had support- no greater power or jurisdiction t member of the legislature a "lop- church. S

-! they should have soft food at least: I i f industry, equitable or legal, than congress chose eared liar," and the member went into I The city has been divide&jj

J once a day made by mixing bran : better, and to, confer upon ,them. Therefore If
and ah the office to lick the editor. After aj j twenty-one districts and each fl'

-S middlings and corn: meal or ground L replied, with a congress fixes the duty upon the Inter- minute's conversation the editor I the canvassers visited about-:-

: oats and in state commission of imposing rates,,
corn stirring the mixture threw the "lop-eared liar" out of the houses. Even stores. and b
'in proportions above Indicated.. Where in and provides that such rate shall I .
Hogs window on the shedroof, which was; houses were visited and th&.
: are fond of It. and it increases their has going back stand until the final order of the court: rotten and the legislature man fell vassers have been instructed J__

the federal courts have .
appetite. Such animals
are sick the through to the porch below lighting; perfectly frank in regard to th
will not eat shoald most jurisdiction to interfere by Injunc- I
be I
drenched was
with I believed::
ject of
made :on a sleeping dog. The dog rose up their visit It is ;
; the medicine shaken with there are few tion.. This is so clear and apparent:
_ up water. : and bit 0
: S I the man on the arm where- i there-- will be no difficulty in
-4 .Care should be used in drenching a as we should that it is a wonder no one everthought Tbs.
i i n. upon the "lop-eared liar" kicked the, ing the desired information.
: hog with a drench as It Is easy to And this of it before. .
dog. At is
meet this moment the owner of conducted by a committee

--1 kill one. Do not turn the drench on sized ; 'less excusa. The Banner Yields the Palm to the the dog hearing a commotion" rushed I :k ing of the pastors of the v'_
his back but pull one cheek case.-At*
.f- awayfrom in I Record. around the corner very mad. It is not: i,. churches in this city including ,
: the teeth sa as to form a pouch bl1
p The Ocala Banner and the St. Augustine safe to kick an Izzard dog, so the denomination, represented
i;_ into which the medicine may be slow that the "lo -eared liar" small, |
S nor Record are in a squabble to was thrown off the', comunity, no matter how j

ly poured. It will flow: from, the p sport oftb determine which of the two is the porch into a convenient horse trough. Work will requir several WOU::-

---k ,cheek Into the mouth ami} the.hog will I of Governor be '
About the'member
: this will
r : best Irishman. On St Patrick's Day time of the, I though the canvassing :,
find what it is and then
swallow proceed '
now the Banner was printed on green f legislature concluded that he was a I :i led this afternoon. ._
: Now for the sanitary measures South Africa. pa- .
these : ,-_ per and the Record was adorned in lop-eared Idiot and went home.-Kansas -I -
Keep your hogs away from other hogs, The PoUt 'county Record is &$
City Journal
a old Weather. green ink. Looks to the Tribune like
f and: keep them away from railroad I Hon. Park Tramineil to "butt,:.
13 the honors -
were about
evenly divided. -
tracks along'which' hogs are" trans, GivesHealth, Vigor and Tone. against Hon. Steve Spartonaft
c- has a most Tribune.
ported. Separate the sick from the print Congress. Mr. Trammeil has a f|

wlel},, and be careful in going from the unfortunately Several of the State. Herbine is a boon to sufferers from I many friends all over Florida .!
ings papers most aneamla.
lot of states By its use the blood is
S S sick quarters ta the well, to carry make I noticeable among them the Ocala quickly regenerated and the color becomes I wish him well; and they wou1d1lito

noting In the shape of mud of litteron s have more Banner, St. Augustine Record and : normal. The droooping. see him butt his head ag .::
strength is
know what to revived. The languor is I
: the feet or clothing. It would isf with Daytona News commemorate St Pat- diminished. Health vigor and tone stone wall, as he would be d
some of it
: safer for one man to attend to- the claim off rick's Day by appearing either In predominate. New life and happy he tackled "Uncle Ste\re.-Lali .

welt and, another to like very activity results. :Mrs. Belle H. Shriel, Index.
S the sick, enforcing green
paper or
waves out of green ink. It is safe Middlesborough IL. writes,' 'I have -S
a, strict non-Intercourse. When to believe that been troubled with liver -
ment, : some good old Irish complaint
S the cholera Is abroad In the neigh-, of prohibition blood flows and poor blood. and have found nothIng -J Invaluable for Rheumat'I : '..
The the veins
of the
editor to benefit me like have been spffering forfew ,,
rulings jof the Herbine. I .
- borhood.: It la better to keep your hogs Is of each of the papers so celebrating.: have wished that I had known it In years with a severe ataC,

in a small Inclosure, which shQuld be It it Miami Metropolis. my husband's time." SOcts. m rheumatism and found that B

& as dry, aj possible and should be disinfected come in origi- -:....0-- Snow Liniment was the onlY it "
ing The that gave satisfaction and jjj
__I S once a. week by sprinklingwith News.. Doctors are fuzzled. Advocate editor is kept well U alleviate my pains. :March .j

_; air-slacked lime or with a five hjs supplied with invitations to variousfuncti6ns ehn C. Denman Kingman, 150c. .-

L per cent. solution ot,' carbolic acid s.to which S neth The remarkable recovery of Ken along the East Coast this I and $1.00. All druggists._ J
Mclver, of Vancesboro wIn
,Me. is Advocate.And
'W6 will add aoai iis important that nair : in the Phil- subject of much interest to the medi- Two Ways. 1

the bogs have tore- ta1 fraternity and the "events" are properly no- "Some rich an'
pure,, clean drinking of a wide circle of men get

Pr? water. Well 'water: Is the safest Mr. ,suffering from In I. to-riends.severe He inflammation says of his case "Owing ticed. But juat: Imagine how difficult tfii $ nta" remarks asopher. then4

Ifn- We have found that ," W. M. and of Ute throat It is to get information as to
collards Is a to congestion of the Ings three doingsto "an" others go to
I 0 Ie.,
-L- safe. and' healthful food, .as wel as a Electric nothing Bit doctors last resort gave I me up to die, when, as a which you are not'asked to be present an' then get rich." -i;
was induced
'cheap to try Dr. -Lake City Index. 5- i:'
one for complete
bogs..Qrefood ---5--
.- of any I King's New Discovery and I am hap. -
11-S kind complaint: Py to The Lakeland News claims r,;
F Is desirable, especially clover and If say Jt saved my life." Cures
.{ grass. and and nev-ma- the ford coughs, colds bronchitis ton- If the frost killed your pumpkinscall secured 158 new subscribers ia k_
S S siiitlg '
5 5 R. J. R. and a b# grippe., weak Guaranteeed lungs hoarseness at and la at the 0. K.. grocery and,get more gle week. The News ia a &** lIe ..
I by al Price 50c. Tydings & seed free of lJ
Co.s druggists. BOc. and $1.00. Trial Charge-we want you to paper and we are glad that tt ;

i' m.. bottle free. m get the ten dolalr prize. '., x predated. in its home county.


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,SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, To Soldier's Memory. Hon. Carlos L Sistrunk. MR. BROWNE AND THE RAILROAD ly to be enforced by those In author WHITE WINGED PEACE.

Local Editor. ity. ,

:::=- Tuesday was the. anniversary of, the Hon. Carlos L. Sistrunk of Ocala seeds I I S The Blue and the Gray Shake Hands
We are told that the old commission,
ABOUT TOWN birth of the lamented General J. J.Dickison. has, announced his candidacy for s The Hon. J. B. Browne, of the state -Greeley's Bloody Chasm
heeding the complaints made by the
one of the best loved soldiers .State Attorney for the Fifth Judicial railroad commission is using the Bridged. -
cantaloupe of Florida to
.... growers as -
-- of the Southland, and one whose mem- Circuit of Florida. :)Ir.. Sistrunk is columns of the Jacksonville Sun to the unequal freight rates charged them
Special to the Ocala Banner: -

If:. D A. Clark was in the city ory is revered' throughout all Florida. eminently fitted for' the office and demonstrate that the railroad commis- as compared with the rates chargedthe '
Atlanta Ga.. Marcn 2S.-The great
yesterday. Mrs. 'Dickison, in memory of the possesses all of the qualifications nec- sion of Florida has been a benefit to cantaloupe growers of Georgia and

dead yesterday placed flowers ,about essary for a successful official. other states, went before the inter- Love Feast of the Blue and the Gray.
the people of the state to the amount
Mr. J. D. Pope Is In the city for a .the mound In Hemming Park, from During 1904, when he made the state commission and easily had the being the third National Gathering of

few' days with his family. the center of which rises the stately race for the' Florida legislature in of' many hundred thousand dollars a rates satisfactorily adjusted, and no the organization known as the "Blue
Confederate monument. On the mon Marlon county though the youngest of year In saving on freight and pas- complaints are now made as to -
C. P. McGrath Is spending some and the Grey, began here today. The .
Mrs. ument, is the bust of the beloved soldier the four candidates, :Mr. Sistrunk led senger rates; shows what the rate is freights on cantaloupes.Why .
time at Tampa with her sister, Mrs. J. orgainzatlon which is composed of
and it was eminently fitting that his ticket by a large majority and was now and what it was. before the com- can not this commission be as

jl. Terrell the tribute to his memory should be easily elected. His record In the leg- Influential and potential with the Interstate civil war veterans both of the Union
mission established and that
was says
Miss Kate Liddon 'is at home for the paid in beautiful flowers here, where islature fully justified the confidence commission and the Confederate armies. was formed

'summer holidays. She has been teach- the, marble shaft testifies to all the bestowed upon him by the people of whatever reduction had been made For instance, the freight on cantaloupes at the St. Louis Fair on June 15,

fjjg school at Anthony the past term. world to his bravery, his chivalry and his county.' His abilities soon won was for the benefit of all and has done (secured by the old commis-' 1904, for the purpose of forming a

the high respect in which he was held recognition In' the House and he was away, so far as it is possible, with sion) is 60 cents, weighing 89 IDS; but great fraternal body, national In its

Dr. R. Goldstein of Louisville, Ky. by all who knew him. placed on several of the most Impor- making large shippers a favored class on beans it is 80 cents, and a crate character of the blue and the gray.

after a short visit in Ocala, has departed General Dickison is too well knownIn tant committees, among them being for rebates.-Ocala Evening Star. weighs only 30 Ibs. Several hunderd delegates, representing -

for Gainesville. Florida and in 'the South to need the committee on rules and bylawsof. So. we are told that taxes In Florida Why can not Mr. Browne's commis- the G. A. R, the Confederate,

any eulogy on his life and his deeds. which he was chairman; the judi- have been reduced. When Gov- sion go before the inter-state commis- Veterans Spanish War Veterans the

Col. T. P. Lloyd, of Inverness was The Southland was the section to ciary committee, and committee on ernor Drew assumed the gubernatorial \ sion and make such a showing as will Army and Navy Union and other vet- }

a prominent visitor to Ocala yester- which he was devoted. For it he constitutional amendments. He put duties his partisans claimed that cause these Inequalities to be Imme- eran organizations, were In attendance

day. fought in the sixties, and then, when through several important bills dur- his first act was to lower taxes one diately adjusted? when the session was called to order -

e the dark days of war were ended, ing the session and took a leading part half.. The partisans of Governor Why has not Mr.: Browne's commission by Gen. Julian S. Carr. the national

Mr. 0. B. Howse has returned home worked and favored for Its upbuilding. in nearly all of the most important Bloxham no less than the partisansof kept itself busy with the Inter- chairman I this morning. .GovernorJ.

from his Ocklawaha river trip to Pa- Many an old soldier, wearing proudly measures that came before the House. Governor Drew, claimed that he state commission? ., M. Terrell welcomed the delegateson

latka.' the bronze cross of honor, stopped -Tallahassee Capital. also largely reduced the rate of tax- Why has it put off being busy until behalf of the state while Mayor JtG.

yesterday before the flower-bedecked this good day when an election is approaching -
Woodward welcomed them behalf
ation. The partisans of. Governor
Mr. Keen, Dunnellon's popular mar- mound In Hemming park and recalled This has been a fortunate year for ?
of the city of Atlanta. Bishop F.
M Perry Governor Fleming, and Gover-
chant marshal, was In the .city Wednesday with a wistful sadness the beloved our vegetable growers. A grower at .
Mitchell put forth the same claim Gailor, of Tennessee said the prayer :
F He was accompanied by Mrs. comrade whose memory the tall mar- Webster pocketed $5,000 on the .proceeds nor To Make Fight Against Consumption.
t for these distinguished officials. The and was followed by E. Harry Byrons
Keen. ble pillar, 'surmounted by the old war- from 30 acres planted to beans.
f partisans of Governor Jennings put Special to the Ocala Banner: of Connecticut, who gave a review of
rior Lettuce growers, celery growers, onIon -
was perpetuating.-
i| Mrs. Newcomb Barco is spending forth the claim that he did more than Ottawa Ont., :March 28.-The Ca- the origin of the organizations and a
growers, and Indeed, all kinds of
I I this week near Fellowship with her all the others along these lines, and nadian Association for the Preventionof brief account of the meetings In St.
have remarkable and
Damage by the Cold. growers, very
I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton :McDa- now come the partisans of Governor Consumption and others forms of Louis and Washington.. Then followed -
pleasant stories to relate.
I .vid. Broward and are covering him over tuberculosis will hold its sixth an- addresses of greeting by Gen. J.(
We had an interesting talk with :Mr.
r- Keeping a Model Saloon.A with flowers for his successful efforts nual meeting in the Railway committee F. Chase, Maj. Gen. W. D. Cameron

Misses Grace and Sue Milligan, two Robert Taylor, traveling solicitor for in the same direction.Notwithstanding room of the House of Commonsthis of Mississippi, Commander Francis B.

attractive young ladies of Fort McCoy, the Atlantic Coast Line railway, as to Pittsburg man who has just died the fact that a afternoon and evening. PhysI- Allen of Connecticut. Gen. J. B. Pol-

are the guests ,of :Miss Kate Liddon the amount of damage done by the left the name of having run a model million dollars was paid into the state cians and health officials from all partsof ley of Texas, and others to which re-
late cold. He that from Ocalaon
this week. says saloon. He closed his doors on Sun- treasury by the sale of lands to Mr. the Dominion of Canada are hereto plies were delivered by Gen. JulianS.
down through south Florida very
a days and holidays. Men who came In Hamilton Disston; that a large amountof attend the meeting, which promisesto Carr, :Major John C. Koster, Gen. R.
Mr. Carter H. Dame has returned little If any damage has been done;
drunk had either to walk out or be money was obtained from the Unit- be of great interest. In the afternoon B. Snowden and Judge O. S. Deming,
home from a visit on the east coast, from Ocala, to Gainesville about twen-
thrown out. If a customer began to ed States government in settlement of session Senator Edwards will of Kentucky, and others.
where he has been organizing Wood- ty-five per cent, but from Gainesville
exhibit symptoms of approaching Intoxication the Indian war claim's fund and that preside, while at the evening session There will be another meeting In
men of the world camps. northward the damage has been more
disastrous.Mr. his drinks were shut off. we now obtain a large amount of the Lieutenant Governor Earl Grey the afternoon and a grand public rallyin

If an argument was started which money from the hire of the state and will take the chair. In the evening, a the evening, when many prominent
Mr. P. V. Leavengood, business .. Taylor predicts that Florida will
threatened to end in a row the saloon county convicts, and a large numberof public lecture will be delivered in the speakers, representing the blues aJ
manager of the Ocala Banner, went up have the largest vegetable output in
was cleared at once. There are num- rich capitalists have come into the lecture hall of the Normal school by well as the grays will deliver addresses
to Jacksonville; Wednesday on a short her history and to market it success-
bers of drinking places in New York state to help share our tax burdens Dr. Arthur J. Richer, of Montreal There will be also two sessions to
business visit for this paper. fully the railroads will be taxed to
where these rules are enforced. Thereare with us, we have yet to see a single which will be, illustrated with stere- morrow.
-. their full capacity. He says that the

Mr. E. E., Cline went down to Mulberry : orange crop of Florida the past season others in which only the Sundayand tax payer who says that his taxes opticon plates, showing the stages of Prince Arthur's Visit.y .

Wednesday, afternoon on business reached three million boxes; the holiday rules are slighted. Noneof have been lowered. consumption and some of the appli- -

for the firm of Cline & Com coming season it will reach four mil these places is advertised as "a Paradoxical as it may appear, the ances now In use to check and cure Special to the Ocala Banner:

saloon run as the church would run partisans of the governors that we the disease.
pangMr. lion boxes, and in 1908 will go beyondthe Vancouver, B. G, March 28.-Extensive
it." One may find it a good business have named, actually prove by the fig- The principal questions to be con-
figures of the year of the great have been made
James Sims, a prominent stock practice, even In saloon-keeping, to ures that taxes have been reduced yet sidered at this meeting of the associa- preparations
freeze. Mr. Taylor says that McIntosh -
grower of Umatilla, Lake county, avoid trouble by not letting trouble the tax payer comes along with an tion are: What can be done to give for the reception of His Royal High
alone will produce 50,000 boxes
Florida, was among our prominent get the first move. The Pittsburg man exhibition of his receipts from yearo effect to ,the judgment of the Senate ness Prince Arthur of Connought, who
this season; that he had the past sea-
visitors Wednesday.Mrs. son some of the fruit grown on the who tried it died rich.-World. ; year and show that on Identicallythe and Commons that the time has arrived is expected 'to arrive here today on

e same piece of property, instead of when active steps should be the steamer Empress from .
Sampson tested in competition
grove For Railroad Commissioner.There .
Newton Plummer and pretty oeing reduced his taxes have actually taken to lessen the widespread suf- The Prince is
returning from Japan
with fruits from other sections of the '
r little daughter, of Anthony, accompanied been increased. ferings and great mortality among the where he I
state and it was. pronounced by the is a great sentiment in favorof went as representativeof
Mrs. Edd Carmichael home and What boots It to this man if the bf- people of Canada, caused by the var-
judges to be by all odds the most superior Hon. T., J. Appleyard, of the Lake King Edward VII. to confer the
will,be her guests for several days. fleers at Tallahassee prove from the ious forms of tuzerculosis and, whatis Order the Garter the
Mr. Taylor says the nearer to City Index for a member of the Rail upon Emperorof
figures that taxes have been reducedif the place of the sanitarium In the Japan. In compliance with the
the road Commission. A better selection '
Mr. C. L. Sistrunk went down toCrystal the frost line you grow an orange his tax receipts fail to' show it? crusade against consumption? Ac- wishes of the Prince there ;will be no
it is.Elks. could not be made and the Tribune I
sweeter j
River and other places Wed- What it to the if
matters shippers cording to the census of 1901 9,709 demonstration
public on a large
i hopes that the gentleman will be
nesday afternoon. He will be absent Commissioner Browne shows from
Mr. persons died of consumption in, that His is to. be the :
Elect Officers.At elected without opposition. He is intelligent Royal Highness guest -
for several days. the figures that freights have been reduced year.
the Dominion
of government duringhis
progressive and conservativeand
the last meeting of the Ocala if the shippers dally receipts -- tour through Canada and will
Mrs.:Britt Sanders of Hernando, after will make the State a most admir-
show to the ? As True as Gospel-Reader be the
lodge of Elks the officers for the com- contrary make a number of stops, but wilt
spending a few days In Ocala with able commissioner. The Tribune can
r ing year were elected and other Important It does seem that if. as Mr.: Commis- Judge. travel privately it is
as possible
as under -
her sister-in-law, Mrs G. W. Martin almost pledga the estimable gentle-
business was transacted. The sioner Browne says, there has been a --
the circumstances. The numberof
returned home Wednesday afternoon.Mr. man of Columbia the entire vote of
+ lodge was well attended at this meet- reduction on nearly all classes of To the Editor Ocala Banner:
addresses at the will be
1 South Florida.-Tampa Tribune. reception ;
freight 'that some shipper would have A who will make no effort to
officers ,
ing and the following were ,
,Z. C. Chambllss went down to limited to an address by the Mayor to

Kissimmee Wednesday afternoon to elected: Dr. William Anderson, exalted Ditto. realized this fact but we have been pay his honest debts is a liar a. deceiver which the Prince will reply. .

ruler;" Mr. Stephen Jewett esteemed quite industrious in ,our investigations and a thief.
attend the annual convention of the Prince Arthur. will spent a few 'ays -
and have failed to find a shipper whois 1st, He lies to get in debt. 2nd. He
t leading knight; Mr. Ernest
.stock growers association. Hugh Sparkman of the Zolfo Adver- shooting and. fishing in this vicinity ,
Crook esteemed loyal knight; Mr. B. cognizant of the fact that he has deceives his creditor. 3rd, He steals
J._ tiser, Is a candidate for the legisla- and will the nleave for Ottawa over

Mr S. H. Gaitsklll of :McIntosh, was C. Webb, esteemed lecturing knight: ture from DeSoto county. He is one been the recipient of the favors nar- his confidence. the Canadian Pacific railroad. He will

la Ocala Wednesday afternoon on his Mr. D. S. Williams, secretary; Mr. of the brightest young newspaper men rated so beautifully In Mr Commis- ( A SUBSCRIBER. make only a few short stops at some

.t way to Kissimmee to be present at Donald Ford' tyler; Mr. T. T. Munroe, in the state, and the Tribune hopes sioner Browne's table of figures.Mr. Umatilla, Fla., March 8. '06. of the tourists' resorts In the Rockies.Mr. .

the stockgrowers convention. Mr. treasurer; Mr. Harry B. Clarkson that he will be.overwhelmingly elect- Commissioner Browne admits
that the commission is powerless to Williamson Disgusted.We .
M Gaitsklll ,is president of the associa- trustee; Mr. S. T. Sistrunk. represen- ed.-Tampa Tribune. George R. McKean has Just returned -
endure but
might a thief we
lower rates fruits and vegetables
tfontton and yesterday addressed the tative to the grand lodge and Mr. Ed- The young editor has a popular on from a trip to .Sarasota. While
have never attempted to refrain frog
k convention.Mr ward Killer. Alternate.The name to win office with in south flor- as these shipments are interstate, or there he saw Mr. Edward McIntosh
expressions of commiseration and contempt -
that the commission can give the Interior -
-,..-.. ida. and says he is making most wonderful
free show in front of the "Fair" cities relief from unequal for the disgusting puppies who
F, M. Long, of Holder, postmaster any Improvement. When Mr. McKean got
last night by the Brown Shoe Companyof freight rates, as compared with the are now as nauseating in their flattery -
3 and general merchant of that Coming down to brass tacks, who is there he found him on the wharf fish -
St. Louis, attracted a large crowd. seaport cities, because the courts have, of Mr. Broward_ as governor as
:place, was in Ocala Wednesday. Mr.; for
it that is responsible the present ing. This information will be good
The night was pleasant, the crowd with great uniformity held that rates they were cowardly and contemptible -
Long was the heaviest loser in the plight of the insurance companies? news to Mr. Mclntosh's host of friendsin
was good natured and it was a very made by the railroads to meet "watercompetition' in their references to him as a
Holder fire Monday night. He was Were they not tempted by those highIn Ocala. Mr. McKean says the or-
occasion. It was a stereop- not dis candidate.-Jacksonville Floridian.C. .
la Ocala making arrangements for rebUilding -. pleasant authority in the republican party? are "unjustly ange groves in all south Florida are"white
I tiean performance and the "Brown criminating." Then of what benefit is
Y his store. He lost .a J20.000 Did not Judge Parker so charge and 'W. Nelson, the clever traveling with blossoms and the air is
White House Shoe" and the "Buster the commission to the whole, scope of
stock of goods. did not President Roosevelt over his representative of the Ballard Snow laden with the delicate perfume
Brown Shoe" was shown iu all their country stretching from Pensacola to
own signature denounce the charge as I F.niment Company of St. Louis, was Things in that section certainly looked
Mrt F, G., Sampson, owner of the phases of manufacture as were the Cape Sable?
basely and wantonly false? But Is not In the city yesterday on his annual good to him.
princely,ojange grove on Orange Lake warehouse and buildings belong- Except on outgoing freights, prin-
Judge Parker's charges fully, 'abso- tour, and made The Sun an agreeablecall.
E passed through Ocala Wednesday on ing to this great firm. Moving pic- lutely and overwhelmingly sustainedby cipally fruit and vegetables, the com- Mr. Nelson expects to make Prof. Hemnet's educated bird, dog,

Ws way home from his hundred acre tures were interspersed which gave official plaint is not so much against "high" goat and goose show at the Armory
the recent investigations Gainesville headquarters for the next
lemon grove on Hillsborough bay Mr. life and zest to the performance.Mr. freight as against; "unequal" freights. Wednesday afternoon was a most
few days. Mrs. Nelson who is in
Sampson says that it does look like Here's the rub. creditable show. A large number of -
Editors no longer spurn of>xe. EdItors Ocala, is expected In a day or two.-
of member -
Florida U again In the saddle and Is J. S. Grantham, Sparr, What we want Is to be put on an persons were present at both the afternoon 1
and Mathews
McCreary, Humphreys Gainesville Sun.
going, to produce some oranges this of the board of public Instruction are already members of the legIslature equal footing. That's all The interIor and evening performancesand

yew. was in the city Wednesday. He country, embracing all the terri- well
About forty carpenters and labor- were quite pleased with the
t Grantham and Editors :Bittinger, Sparkmanand
was ,accompanied by Mrs. McKenzie seeking legislative tory from the Atlantic to the Pacific ers are now engaged at Ft. Lauderdale show. Some of the tricks performedby
Mr L. L. Hopkins of Belleview, was and paid the Banner office pleasant
: and from the great lakes to
distinction while Editor Tom Apple- oceans in building dredges, pontoons these well trained animals and
In ,Ocala and could not Mr. ,Grantham may probably .
Wednesday visit. yard wnats to be railroad commissioner. the gulf, cannot forever pay tributeto and sleeping quarters for the Everglades bIrds were very clever and remark-

help discoursing the beauty of the be persuaded to again make' the What's the matter with the newspapers the seaport cities, and if, as Mr. drainage workers. Several able. A portion of the proceeds of the

day and the 10vl of the trees, arrayed for this 'position.
it ness race Commissioner Browne says that the carpenters became dissatisfied and show went to the Y.. P. S. C. E., of

as they are, In their new spring courts are in the way, then we must quit work last Saturday because "the the Presbyterian church for their

verdue Mr, ,Hopkins Is from Danbury Sis Hopkins ,Party. decided change the courts. We must arouse a foreman saw fit to reduce their wages hymn book fund and their share was
That was a newspaper scoop
Conn, where for a number of Itoa sentiment that will do this. from $3.50 to $3 per day and increasIng quite a good sized little sum.
entertain sewed
Miss Sarah Whitfield will that the Banner over contemporaries -
years he
held the scales of as *
justice Mr. Commissioner Brown, as an excuse the of the laborers from
a, judge. quite a number of her friends! next on :the Micanopy tragedy. wages
s He is a good citizen and a for the commission's existence, $1.50 to $2 per day. One dredge boat If it were true that Tampa Is the
from eight-thirty totwelve.o'clockat Although occurring Saturday night
splendid type of Incidentally Tuesday evening of the there 'would be
man. : points to( the fact that passenger fares and a few houses have been completed Metropolis state
"Sis Hopkins" partL and as desperate a deed as was ever
the a '
Judge is a good democrat. were reduced from four cents to three and the work is moving along some evidences of it in the columns of
AU the young ladles have been reQuested attempted in Florida no newspaper inn I
cents, but some of the .railroads in hand. the state press. If advertising be a ;
speedily with the force now on
Jn. a letter to Mrs. Pitman her sis- to dress as "Sis Hopkins" and Florida other than the Ocala Banner
criterion the business of Ocala
the state took the iniative in this mat- men
-Miami Record.
M Mrs, winter be most interesting has contained a word about it. .
pcates, who spent the : the affair will no doubt a ter and voluntarily made this reduc- are the more energetic and active.

f:f that in Ocala' with Mrs. PIttraan, states and delightful one. Tampa has more good hotels than tion. The others, in all probability, "It's a poor boy's country," says Ocala merchants advertise in Sumter

some! when she she found reached her Tennessee Senator. Spooner's calling Senator any city south of Jacksonville.-Tam would have quickly followed suit But Senator Doliver., Not an exact state- Hernando and Citrus county papers
the weather
very does not Tribune. the whole thing could have been done ment. It is any boy's country, richor but not so the Tampa merchants. It
cornfield lawyer pa
had Tlllman "a
wintry and that she legislative enactment' and indeed, poor, who does not waive his birthright looks to us like Tampa Is a dead town,
not seen the reached alter the fact that it was Senator Ald- The Tribune forgets that St. Augus by
sun since she Is democratic.- noise In her local Is ,
has been statute to this effect Opportunity and that papers
home the Rate-Regur tine. Ormond Palm Beach, :Miami and there a
She for rich who turned over
[ said they all longed
south of Jacksonville. passed during the 50's, and needed on.. World. a kind of "graveyard" whistle.
Ocala, are all
l.omet of Florida, glorious sunshine. lation bill to the South Carolina's care. ,

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: .-. ..-...- --' MR. R. HUDSON BURR REPLIESTO the state,. rates based. upon the Southern Bishop Ho&s. i:
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-( : BANNER. C. M. B. Jr. .Classification. which was used on r _.

-- A I the shipment from Augusta, Ga.. March 2
11 -'- FRANK.HARRIS__ ,_ L .;,, Editor. LITTLESERMONETTE.I To the tEdItor- ,Ocala Banner: I make Ibis ,assertion for the read. writes from Citra to the -

:: P.. V.. Leavengood, Business .Manager, OR SHALL WE, LOOK I :My attention has Just been called to son .that all of,the railroads used the focate:

-ti :: ) By Southern Classification prior to the; "For the past two

:' _,:-.i"----: '- :- :- -_ -_-: an article in your issue of the 23rd, been the
:. FOR ANOTHER? I THE EDITOR. creation of a Commission and the guest of that ho5.-'
-.:, : I written by C. M.: B. Jr. (C. M. Brown
i .. : adoption by them of a Clas ifi aUon. Mrs. ]j ,
formerly of Marion county, now
Jr.) Citra, Fla,
-- -- __-I Therefore Mr. Brown saved on the chiefly ocet-

When John the Baptist, the preach.-. preached to the rich. but to the poor of Miami which:1i'e. and takes undertakes the Commission to. carload of mattresses shipped from lug to get rid of a most
to task

?! er of the wilderness, and one of the! this message came.as a deliverance show of how little value, if any it is Jacksonville under our Classification- case of -la grippe and
1 studying Bible
world's great reformers, was arrested '. 17 cents per 100 lbs, or JL70 per 1- my and
: and a benediction, for.we. are told that to the taxpayers of the state. portunities to
minimum of preach
by Herod whose anger he >had aroused 000 lbs.. and for the .car in !adA
wish to
In this article I merely -
for his exposure of,his wickedness "the common people beard him gladly 24,000 Ibs. $40.80. That fa more than pits.
C. M. B. Jr.'s letter, and will not
time was afforded him for long and /- he and every member of his firm and.
# undertake to go into the details of a Life's Chioee
__ serious, thoughtFor There were other evidences of his family would contribute to that part : : ,
: discussion of the Railroad Commission -
_____ nearly two years the great divinity. He did not lead the worldly of the state tax which would go; toward i
law and the acts of the Commission Once to every roan and
Judean preacher and prophet of the and strenuous life. He did not slay the support and maintenance of!
Motto; The Banner, believing those. which I Intend to do at a later' the moment to decide
birds and beasts for the matterof Railroad Commission In fifty ,
advent of the Messiah was immuredin : mere a years ;
at the top well able to take care of day. but wish merely to Show that C. In the strife of Truth -
a dark and dismal celL sport He did not buckle on a at a low estimate. j with i'-- '
: themselves, has taken its stand in the M. B. Jr.. has misrepresented the mat- for the good or evil side
Thus cut off from all intercourse sword like Josephus, and other lead- It seems to me.' Mr. Editor, that it ; ;
; barricades with the common people' ters which he complains of, and misquoted some great cause, God'a -
Hebrews and win would be useless for me to( continuethis nw
with the'world and moralizing upon I ing applause that
and its fight will be .made for the betterment the Commjssion. offering each the bloom
the Inevitable reflections that are so easily comes to the military hero. illustration any further, for It Is or
of those at the bottom. Under date of February 5th the Parts the goats
born of solitude, .he like all persons He did not. become a politician and so .plain that he who runs may read.It upon the lef.
b.- ::-_ Dade county Furniture Co.. (C. M. B. and the sheep upon
FRIDAY MARCH 30 1906.' who think seriously and soberly about: seek; public office or a kingly crown Israther strange that C. II. B. the
; Jr.) wrote the Commission as followz'"We And the choice
,- -------- ._ profound affairs' began to be harassed Waving these things away from him Jr. wishes the Commission abolished goes by for
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enclose a bill against the that
--- you darkness
and hedged about with doubts. he said to those who questioned him: I because. it has compelled the F. E. C: and that
The man who does evil all the week F. E. C. R. R. and also show an expense James Russell Lowell. .
He had proclaimed the Nazarine as Render unto Caesar the things which R)". to charge him lower rates than
?i most feel lonesome on Sunday. bill from them, showing that
the promised Messiah and the hopeof are Caesar's and unto God the things; he would otherwise be paying. -
I _ We .
praise Judge -
they cbared 80 cents when the shipment Alton B
Public opinion Is a private opinion Israel. He ,had pointed him out to that are his." It does seem that a great railway *.
originated In Jacksonville and for his praise of southernThe
,adopted by the majority. Every the throngs that waited upon his ministry The ordinary man, the natural man system like the Florida East Coast
97 cents when the same originated in
body's opinions ought to be so good ,as the "Lamb of God that taketh no man less than the supernatural Augusta Ga. Is this right? These would realize how unjust it Is to judge is eminently correct/ !

; -I as to become public opinions. away the sins of .the world." and with would not have done this. charge great developers and buildersof south furnishes the votes why -

.. this announcement upon his lips anda How is it today? To whom is the goods were exactly the"samer ,cotton a community like C. M. B. Jr. such she, not furnish 'the candidate?
and excelsor mattresses. '
.ij sublime In his soul he gospel preached? Have ever been increased rates .
Hon. R. Hudson Burr might challenge faith. administered you on their Interstate -
The Commission were anxious to aidMr. -
t: General Bally of Monticello. to him a sacred rite he In a big city? Have you seen its great :business.
Brown In that they
any way
:1: The general was never known to refuse Had baptised him in the river Jordan I temples? Its frescoed wallsIts mighty The members of the Florida Rail j
could: a.nd the shipment of mattresses
a challenge. Here's Mr. Burr's and proclaimed him to the people as organs and its choirs of many road Commission did not make the HANDS RAW 1Tk7TERRiBLEECZE
from Augusta Ga.. to Miami, Flan beIng
opportunity. the anointed one, "whose shoe latches voices? How do the worshippers in Federal Constitution and therefore are
interstate commerce, we took the
he was unworthy to unloose." these great edifices compare with the not responsible if it stands In the way
matter up with the Interstate Commerce -
pz There are 2500 daily newspapers But alas, John the Baptist had been throngs that waited on the Great I of their affording relief to the ship-
Commission the bare hopeI
and more than 13,000 weekly ,newspapers in prison two years, and no promised Teacher on the hill of Olivett and the pers on business originating outside [ [
t I that: they would take the position that
; :: In the United States; entirely i redemption had come to the people. plains of Galilee? of the state, or destined to points outside
a through rate should not be greater
enough to make all the people good. Surely it was a time for doubt But Why has the Salvation army grown of the. state and'.It strikes me -
than tlw him of the local rates, whichIs : -
the prisoner still had faith-a faith at so large? Why has its drum and tambourine that C. M. B. Jr. might read the U. S.
r:; Mississippi has adopted an electro- the case in this instance, the F. E. Suffered for Ten Years-Snreaifel
times wavering and fleeting-but be- so quickly become a familiar Constitution with profit. In the Stateor -
execution instead of C. Bys; portion of the through rate -
: hanging as the fore he would make a full surrender of sound in all lands? North Carolina, it is made the mea- to Body and Limbs Despite ESij
: method (,f capital punishment. But it from Augusta to Miami being 17c per
nearest mart Is as important as to i Plain enough. Human nature is the sure of a man's qualification to of Three Doctors
vote -
has not yet passed a law compelling 100 Ibs. greater Jacksonville to Miami Another Jjmarkable
the Nazarine to obtain satisfactory same. It Is because those in the :
that he be able
to both
_: Its governor to wear booth.k !, than if the shipment had been read and write and
evidence of the truth of his mission. streets. alleys hedges slums and by-
\ _ the Constitution of the .
_ snipped to Jacksonville and thence U. S.. and understand t
The question these messengers put ways felt that they could hear a/mes- .. its provisions. S
Justin M. Wtliams, general -e-shipped from Jacksonville to11:
manager to him at the instance of the prison; sage from the members of the Salvation '
Of the Washington Life Insurance Co., imi, under Florida Classification.To Now Mr. Editor, as C. :M. B. Jr., is i CURE BY THECUTICURA .
er was thrillingly dramatic and pathetic army In their rags. And this solicitous ;J
so of
T for Georgia and Florida. is transacting this the Interstate Commerce the poor taxpayers in

r' important business ; army was raised up in an opportune i Commission answered in substance what they are compelled to contribute
in Ocala.-
"Art thou the Christ, or shall we time. for like John in prison. many of toward the REMEDIEsi
Tampa Tribune. "That the through rate maintenance of the Rail-
look for another?" these unfortunates ot the earth were being greater -

The Great Teacher profoundly appreciated beginning to wonder and doubt and than the sum of the locals did not road Commission does It not seem WI had eczema on my bands foils\
While yet a member of the legislature that he would have advised his father -
follow that the rate in all At-first it would
wouldbe break
cases years. oaf cm1l!yj
the doubts that had come to ask the self-same question that John
t from Oseeola.county .Mr. J. W. unreasonable but that the whole Honorable C. M. Brown, late Senator in winter. Then it final
John and sent back to him had asked '
a reply : lbndthii
? Watson is a candidate for the same thing resolved itself down from the 20th, senatorial district' _.4u % stay.
to the
position that has evoked the comments and "Art thou the Christ or shall we 'J'7.h good doctors tlid.i:
: from Dade county. He likes, that he should not have put the poor
question was the rate
f the office" better commendation. of the critics of the look for another?" a just and reasonable /ri I all they eouL\
than our folks do up taxpayers to the enormous ''..
expense "
one? and that this could of them:
only none iM
1 centuries.He \
And then, again. anotherthought
2: this way. be determined which he did in his endeavor to maintain ) ( any good. Ifes
upon complaint and
I told these messengers to go was beginning to take shape: "We ask used
f investigation of all the his seat in the Florida Senate, one boI.Cuticura :i'l
i ; Ocala I back to John and tell him what they for bread and are given a stone!" surrounding 7. OiatrnS J
again takes
the lead. which ,
She he
was clearly not entitled to, .
the ,
had seen and heard. How that the What does a man with no shirt want case, in order to reach a con- and three b ttlffiij
-t wyi place a line of steamers on the cluslon." as was evidenced by the unanimous CuticuraResohes 1
blind were cured-the iam.j healed- j with a ruffle? I *
T Ocklawaha river and run an automobile report of; the Committee Senators i andwascoffiktdFJcured.
Mr. C. ]I. B. -
Jr. has asked the
line from the deaf restored-(supreme evidences: \Vhat are formal prayers to those never t :
Silver Springs in who sat upon the investigation. This My"
t, connection with. of the truth of his mission) bat above who are suffering the pangs of cold Florida Railroad Commission to prefer I -. ... wereraws1Io-
It-a. departure much contest cost the of
people Florida
I all he told them to bear back this and hunger? a formal charge to"the Interstate $1-1 I / inside sad ut .
eommendttTimesUnloak. Commerce Commission 49S.10. as follows: "j j A and the eczem-i

I climacteric testimony: The Salvation any has not only ,Florida East Coast against the For Attorney's Fees .. ,:'. .$390.09 was spreading all over my body ( .
The columns of the Ocala Banner "The _poor have! the gospel preached given spiritual comfort, but bodily'aid. Railway, in order l limbs. Before boWl
I had
I that Witness' fees. ... .. ... ...;. 765.70 tt* one
1 are, still open to Mr. Commi sione1; It. to them!" and by so doing, has, in a little while, they might investigate and u of Cuticura Resolvent tcgnttetii
Printing report of com. .. 107.00
: Hudson, .Burr far anything he may say This was the seal and verification like Elijah's cloud no bigger than a I determine whether the rate be?/ paid J. the Ointment, my sorns were uesijf
from Augusta Ga. to C. M. Brown. ., mileage from healed over and by the time.l Bused
tc in his 'own defense -or the defense of the sublime pro.orof the divinity of I man's hand, belted the globe and Its Miami was an I ,

_ : unjust and unreasonable one but he Qcala,?, .. . .. ..... 48.40 the third bottle, I was entiJii
his boad.. his mission. J good deeds are sung in every tongue.
-fit well. I had a good appetite asd W
C. M
%r W1b1should he .eonsort<< with thep And not s!) much as it once did does 'has rushed into the columns of The thirty-one days fleshier than I ever wa>. To aaj.ffit

: I Banner for the of pay. .... . .-. .. .. . 1S6.00 I
% All snakes look alike to the ( or, the lowly, und the humble and f I the cry go up: purpose trying to ? who has any skin or blood diaeaj

i-* '" : prove to the people of Florida that a And this, Mr. Editor was. not "in- would honestly: advb tht'Hl to t _
who suddenly runs up against preach to them? "Art thou. the Christ, or shall we *'
tenO""j \ Railroad Commission is terst te," but was wholly within the Cuticura Remedies and-ge weflqukt jf'thm
a useless, but
the woods. Fortunately a' He could hr. -e mingled with and look .for another?" I I nil thA rWtnra. : iiTf-ho I Steffi **??
-ti costly Institution. maintained. at the State of Florida. "
Florida rarely has Mrs: M. E! Film
f had such an -- -- --- cure-you. ,
_ r -- expense of the taxpayers. : Very respectfully, 1_ 19 iO&
4. perlenee -' May Speers Ferxy !

A pangero'us'Law.. Editor L'Engle's Side ,of the Story How to quote C. JL--B., Jr.'s letter. R hUDSON, BURR I ;''-
i While preaching to his congregationin --..- I further, he says: : mi

in Carson. Iowa. the The, Florida School Exponent says;i t "To Politics are drifting as never be CURED OF row
Rev.. illustrate
J. B., Lent, Editor Tampa: Tribune:, Your story on page 31 of the ..-:

f pastor a Latter Day Saints' church that the opposition to the Buckman L of my difficulty with A. D. Coving- Florida Railroad Commission's Classification fore. Both parties'are at sea -so far I have been troubled -frith &b

L : wa!$ struck by* lightning death following law, excite laughter and compares;: : mattresses made of straw as candidates go. No. man stands out on the back of my neck and eadli
ton Is misleading and untrue. If
Li&* in an lour. f' you cotton fibre, etc. take 3rd class; in prominent in either party. four or five years. It ha4an itc1I1III4
_-4 those who oppose itr* "the three tailors to the'correet burning sensation and was a
--t.--.. care read story here it Southern Freiarht Classification verr-
_& ; I -. England .and America sent with of Tooley street," p- .)lr. William comfortable feeling. I have used,th
rum is "In discussion of the ted Jennings Bryan is still
i : a differences by the railroads) they take second Cutieura Soap,Ointment,and Ra>l
religion ta China now the United The oppression of- the common on his
people and
i between the Sun and the turpentin- class rate. We shipped one car of is havinghis articles i Pills three months, and can say f a;!

:s States are sending! cigarettes to .the by taxation, otherwise, has always mattresses from Jacksonville Florida, syndicated No one would have completely cured." Respectfully; ,.:i:

little heathen been a laughing mader to ers Covington'ca.lIed ins a liar. I thought :Mrs. H. D. Lud1
boys. It is lots easier the I and two cars from Augusta Ga. at four or eight years ago that '

is.? to teach even little heathens.bad .hab lordly few and their henchmen. thereupon struck him several times in the same time. The Jacksonville car he would have formed a syndicate of July 28,1905.,Ointment,and P11'S Ocean tit lOrd GtCB&unJoap th'ithswtrid.

'i its than goo'd ns. The Buckman law taxes, the laborIng the face. In a -(lInch recutlng I was I came at SO cents Jacksonville any sort Putkr Drug&CltJIL Corp.,!! !e
( Miami
1fj j -il&n l'tee: ,"How to csrefunlIS lli i
/ and industrial classes
of this
knocked back against automobile 3rd'class rate per 100 lbs., and ==
: Admiral 1)evv> ha.. been before the hundreds of thousands of dollars-but -
(the affair occurring in a garage) and I the two cars from Augusta, Ga., was .:!':,,'N _,
House to the 4 L\I ftL.- "'"! ':' .. ......
CornmUuxs on Naval Affairs lordly few it is a matter of ,1to : \] \"''' 1f 1
fell, pulling Covington on top of me. charged at 97 cents per 100 Ibs., Jacksonville .

and .advocated nore big battleships' mirth. As Covington fell, he saw the starting t? Miami, the second class CAPITAL --

for our navy. He urges that they* be The Buckman law expends $500 on $50,000.00
crank of the automobile lying on. the rate, a difference of 17 cents per 100
_ of American design declaring .our each son and daughter of the aristocrats I -_.
floor by the machine. lIe picked this lbs., charged because the shipment did S J
navy should be creative. not imita who receive instruction by virtue not President T. T. Hunroe _
up and struck me five or six times in originate and was destined to a
r tive. of. its provisions which benefits Vice-President Z. C. Chambliss. .
wholly within :
__ _ by its the head and face the first blow rendering the State. / I Cashier J. :
.i restrictions are denied the C. :M. Brooks. -
B. Jr. ,
A'Mayvllle* Ky.. man with five bot- me unconscious, the other.blows undertakes to quote the :
common people, but at this state of Commission I .
les -ot bruising and mouth as follows: "
whiskey in his pockets was affairs my eye my -
hilarity of the editor of the I
knocked high in the air by a train Exponent and the lordly few with and my head I never made the remarks "The Interstate Commerce Co mmis-

and not a single bottle was broken. whom he associates knows no boun :>. said to have been made by me, sion would I not allow them" to 'enforce I -

: Such thoughtful regard for public nor did Covington help me to myfeet their rate on shipments originating
opinion Only little
a over seven dollars a -CENTRALNATIONAL BANKOF
it is apt to make friends for the year is expended on each pupil in the nor did I strike him when he was II without the State. ,-

cs ; railroads in Kentucky. not expecting It. Covington. himself. The above is not correct:. our- -- Sec--.

_- --_ schools of the common people and to does not deny that -he struck me with r retary wrote :Mr. Brown by directionas OCALA, _
the few Florida'School
lordly and the t
Judge Boarman has adjourned the follows;
the crank although some of his over- I -,
Exponent. this fact is nothing but
United States District court at Tampa zealous friends are saying this for him. "I am directed to advise you that

and won the same high regard Yours very truly, CLAUDE L'ENGLE.The the Commission are advised by counsel DIRECTORS.
of the schools of the
common .
tber as he did in .Ocala. A big man that they cannot compel the rail-

and a tender heart are bound to make people are taught, in shacks and shanties "Office Seeking the Man." roads to use the Florida Railroad -1--, ., ; ;>., ''J. K. Christian, R S. Hall
while the children of the lordly -
an Impression everywhere. Judge Commission! Classification on shipments I : Ge;,. Mackay T. T. Munroe

Boarman is this few must have a million dolalr edificein A carrier pigeon from the Ocklawa l :
: sort of a man. unless. they are divested of H. A. Ford Z. C. Ch51flb1.

which to receive instruction. and i ha section brings us a missive which their Interstate nature." t ,

The Atlanta Constitution says thatour this disparity calls for prolonged and states positively that, the voters In He was also told how to have his .

-L uproarious laughter: from the lordly a; iIiI (- -
that region have -_ .
little armies Kitty Smith,.about held a meeting and goods shipped In order to''secure the >>
-t-' whom few and their mouthpiece the Expo- Insist that Mr. \ ----- --------- ._ -
this paper wrote so pathetically John T. Lewis, the pop.. benefits of the Commission's Classifi ---

does a regular insurance business nent. ular merchant and postmaster at Moss cation. -

,: and her profits amount to $40.000 a 'When the lordly few laugh at the Bluff, if he expects to retain the goodwill Now :Mr. Editor. if I were to writean
; opposition to the Buckman
year. Well, we are glad for Kitty, but they of the citizens across the river : article in answer to C. M. B. Jr.

j she ought to stop now as she may : laugh that at the reasons which inspire must make up his mind to enter the I that would cover your whole editorial _' ,'_ ,> -,..,: ',<- .;:>,.'v -r_ :" _

m'ke it hard for the opposition. race: for the legislature. The I ".
next unfortua voters page couId not illustrate the usefulness .- .- .. .
'' -
Laugh till -- '
on you split sides.It ; .
ate to your over there say that it has
Accumulate anything at alK; I been a longtime of the Florida Railroad Commission
is your time now. But. another day since that -
section has been hon- better than the gentleman has

4: It Is now pretty generally under.. is coming when your laughter shall ored in this way and that.as Mr., Lewis done himself!* He acknowledges that

: become howls of chagrin and
stood that there will be no opposition your Is fitted in every way to fill this. o., the Florida Railroad Commission

to the renQUlln '. smiles dry grins.-Jasper News. sition they have determined i by
jon of Han frank that he its classification has compelledthe

--- Clark as Congressman from this dls- shall do so. Mr. Lewis has .the mat- Florida East Coast Railroad, Company COMMERCIAL BANK
We notice that -
1ot -j trlct In the 'coming primaries.; This is our statesmen In ter under consideration* He Is very to transport a carload ,
ii as it should be. Mr.- Clark has been congress continue to use poetry in popular In all sections of the county tresses from Jacksonville mat. -
: I their speeches. We have to Miami for OCALA FL0.
most diligent In his.efforts to look at. yet and to use the vernacular of the turf 17 cents per' 100 lbs. -
Isss than Branch
'\ ter reached the prosaic age. is the of Commercial Ba nk of
;*& the interests of his district and a 2:10 'er. rate charged him from Jacksonville.
.. that point on a
State .. .
and la in eiery way worthy o( a -
Texas shipment
truck dealers that
are said to have I A Buffalo outside of .
woman thinks
_unanimous re-nomination. Frank: formed a trust It is that Mr. this, State, and if it S
-1' probably a trust Baer is her lost were not for the
dark promises: become a conspicu. ta "regulate"the Mr. Baer, Florida Railroad ,
commission Commission
r and mer- -however, shows no disposition they
pug valuable member of the to ask
nvtlonal .Chantswho would be
"report sales at charging on all
any old the shipments
cunductor put him .
Houseof off at
.: Representatives. prlce.-.AtIant Buf- whether'
: Journal originating
falo.. -Atlanta JournaL outside of this
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or whether
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Z' .:. ANDROSIPL. :__ FI E A iH. .1..D. :: n-'M' vF>'
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o-f .average,' 3.5x'. :-MrV- ,Lman-tks-an, -irrigating rTU/IPENTINE : -
plant whereby he can Soot KET. : ,
j The Large Part of This Little Village
his five :acre cuke. patch'or in ex- ld Joe'

2 \ l tremely wet seasons be'cait pamp the< Spirits Keep in Good Shape With Destroyed.-.:... j I : NL LOOK FOR- S

4 surplus, water off, as was the case: re- Satisfactory Outlook. : Old Harevstcr
T u 3'k. Gordon S.,. Scott, fire insur- I tr7 THE SEAL
cently. 'During th$ February rains I I
: } pumped 200,000: gallons of water' dallj: It was a fortunate thing that the ance agent of this city received a telegram \ : Old McBrayer

t : < from his! tract. ,It .is rare that, jrov blizzszd in the north and .west: some : Tuesday morning which stated .
'. ..........' that .a d disastrous fire had occurred at : '' = Mark Rogers
\ have to remove water to save the days ago checked up trade temporarily ; .
that place the 'night before and .that
plants but such was' the ease. {
and brought a lessening of domestic the greater part of the town had been
I Old Charter 2S
G. C. Matthews is president of the inquiries., for turpentine. But wiped out by the angry flames. I ,

s i'I Pineapple;! Growers' Association and for that the supplies- coming. In would As the buildings were constructedof s Ttl ulhl'aR Kit Vernon .
to. meet the requirements ;, li
reports a good stand ,of-pines in most have been Inadequate wood and were very'" contiguous to I .
and prices would other the rate of insurance was /{ ,
fields. JIe says a number of nefields; each i Mrtnt P

1 will come- into' bearing. but in some been unduly advanC'edS: it was almost prohibitive and conseqnent-j : <
prices were kept firm at 69 1-2 cents, only a few any .
cases old .fields have been neglected, ly persons .
and the wil loot as" until yesterday, the total receipts being surance at alL .
.. :' acreage .produce-. .. Other High -
great a crop as Ms: been:'estimated bj but 671 casks, of' Which 121 came The,fire originated in a dwelling occupied :. '.

.. some- in the daily" press. ifr. 'Matthews from, Jacksonville It is generally by a Mr. Boynton and soon

',7he came. I is well informed on all agricultural felt that this is much better for the spread to the business portion ofv the I: i\l1Grade\ Whske y, I
than to have had a i
trade generally
and horticultural matters and town. T_ __
JittleVocfor sadden- spurt brought about by an and i .y
has an especially interesting and spacious :Mr.: Frank M. Long postmaster

t place a short distance from WeSt unusually good demand from consumers general merchant,.. Is supposed to beth An Unexpected Visitor.r .., II

Brings arousing back the Liver.health The by I Palm' Beach, overlooking: Lake Worth. at a time when receipts were heaviest loser. May be an old friend or a L- .

S. :. running small: and supplies altogether Dr. A., IL McBride, formerly of, Cit- .
liver is the cause of most t E.< F. Carlson three and one-hali getting low. The demand has been ra. who had a drug store at Holder new business acquain ) ,,,j f4 ',

illncss.-it gets lazy.Racoon's miles .south'of West Palm Beach hasa checked only temporarily. Every report lost everything. tance. Be ready' for him .

Liver Pills fine place with.23d ieet frontage on from the great manufacturing Holder is a mining town and on the M with a case of assorted 4' }

andTonic natural Pellets functions.restore Lake Worth and will- harvest 80C. centers of the .country shows that east side of the railroad track is located I Scotch Irish; brandies, \k. .

the crates of pines on four acres. lIe also there will be an unusually strong and the business part of the town Ll .. e
Don't use purgativestry .- (I whiskies .rye burbon. ? z
has in bananas do- call for spirits turpentinethis
one-quarter acre continued and on the west sides of the track area
Ramon's Complete ing welL lIe offers this place for sale spring and summer. There is. large number of small houses 00ctpied wines etc. We will put +1 o "" 0

Treatment. 25 cents. on easy terms, as he desires to give not the slightest sign ofa let up in by colored! laborers. As the you up a dozen or more r- '!!_ % ; .

Sold by Tydings & Co...... his attention to his mining interests. the' wonderful prosperity of the Unit- wjnd was blowing from west to east quart bottles to meet just , .

I ed States and the industries using destruction
these latter houses escaped -
t L IL Burton, of Delray has 15: acre turpentine are enjoying the full. : such emergencies and f.a ; .,. I .e :

ATTEMPTED ASSASSI- fine tomatoes, 13 of pines,fiv'e of .cabbage No spring has youll not "go broke" either / I
II swing of the tide. Mr. Scott had Insurance on the pro- %
and two of cukes Mr. Burton is 1 paying for the good3| e .
brighter prospects I
opened up with perty to the amount of about J2.500
AT MICANOPY one of Dade coun!)"'-; most progressiveand I we supply. I .
NATION than the present one. and we understand that there was no i
substantial citizens and has beena .

prime mover in making a successof Rosins. other insurance. II : OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS. : 1

the large canning plant in Delray. The weakness in rosins referred to Blue and Gray Honor Gen Wheeler.
(I Young Widow Shot Shrough He also 'has five acres tomatoes and in our .last issue, caused by a slacking .......................... L'

a WildoVl.ond Seriously two acres. cukes at Latnana.-. Correspondent = up in demand resulting from the long Special to the Ocala Banner. .
Fruit and Produce ews. and the fact -
continuous high prices
Mch The
Wounded. Atlanta, Ga.. 27.- memoryof
t that consumers had pretty well'stocked -
Mr. Tramwell's 'Card of Withdrawal.To General Joseph.,Wheeler, ever dearto
for their needs continued this Dcala furniture: CO

Special to the Ocala Banner: week in a more pronounced manner the Confederate as v'll as to the )pony.

the Lakeland Record: .. ,
bringing net declines of twenty centson Union soldier was honored here today -

Mlcanopy: ; Flai:: March 26.-A shock.. ,The suggestion in your issue of last. waterwhite, fifteen on window- by a great memorial celebration

Ing tragedy occurred at, this.quiet little week and the request, of many friends glass and N, ten on M, sixty on K which formed the introduction -to the I ['There, is Nothing Too Good For You. .

village Sunday night. A Mrs. throughout the first congressional district twenty on I, five otf H, twenty-five on two year's re-union of the Blues and -

that I enter the race as a candidate G, twenty on F and below. There wasa the Grays, which will open here to-

Link, a young and attractive widow for congress, is a token of esteem total decline of twenty-five on G and morrow. For. many weeks the most .

about thirty years of age while asleep and confidence that is Indeed below but yesterday brought a recov- elaborate preparations were made for

In bed at her own home was shot gratifying and I desire to express my eryof five cents on this. The con- the event and it is expected that it That's a broad statement, but it h Ids g.od. ,for you will surely regret

at through a window by some fiend sincere appreciation for the kind assurances siderable declines referred had the will be worthy of the great general buying cheap furniture.' Now that does not mean that you

An of the support of your. valued effect of stimulating demand again,, who first fought loyally for the south should pay an exhorbitant price f or your goodsand if you would
and was paper and a large number of friends. orders began to come in. and four and later loyally; gave his valient service know where you can get the bes t goods at, lower prices than you

r alarm was. given .but the would-be .assassin While this interest has naturally ap- buyers were reported In the marketon to the Union. are f paying some other place.Smith ._

to last accounts has been *gtving a to the for the cee "
up pealed to me and necessarily called Thursday and yesterday, According program

undiscovered and no trace leading: to for a consideration I have declined to decidedly better and undertone and bration the various military comp '. .'
his discovery has been ascertained. consent to become a candidate for this presaging a probably recovery of some nies. and posts and camps of the Conk :. ; ,
I high office and wish to announce with more of the recent losses.. Receiptsof federate and Union veterans the city
What motive led to the dastardly deedis
great respect and appreciation for my rosins continue very moderate, but officials; members of the chamber of : & Roberts -' _

,not known. friends that I shall not enter the 4,620 at Savannah for the week, the commerce, and various other civic : -
Mrs. Link has been living in this race against my friend, the lIon. S. sales! being 5,039 barrels,'of which 118 organizatinos will assemble at the # twill

: -city about ,three jnonths. M. Sparkman but shall be content to were pales 169 mediums, and 4,752; state capital at twelve o'clock noon. )1

serve my countrymen as state senator. H and below. The exceedingly small The various organizations will take. take pleasure in showing yo the best goods at the lowest

BUSYFLORIDA.. from the seventh district, until the expiration proportion. of pales indicates no early the positions assigned to them in the price Everything in the turn ure line at consistent prices.

---r'" of my term. movement of the crop. Present val- streets surrounding the capital and atone -_

-: In Field and Garden-Rainbow of Again thanking you and my friends ues continue very much higher than o'clock the parade will start under -

Promise Everywhere Visible. I am sincerely, in former years and the general expec- the leadership. Col. John T. Van t

PARK :M. TRAMMELL. tation is for a very satisfactory range Orsdale of. the seventeenth Infantry, I

Fort Lauderdale, Ha,,. March-24. of values throughout the year. The and Cot Clifford L. Anderson, the two I i- 1:
Hon. of the producers now is not grand marshalls of the parade. The
The prospect for a good crop of veg Some of his friends are guying great fear
;' etables at Fort Lauderdale is excellent Frank Clark for the frequent applauses that: values will be poor but that they parade will march through the principal I

Owing to excessive joins man: found in his "leave-to-prlnt" speech.A Will have so much difficulty in hold streets of the city which is handsomely -

nefds were reset several times butba' "leave-to-print" speech, before It ing labor and securing an adequate ,' decorated in honor of the event t (yy .

.muck lands in this section-com.: is sent out, Is only seen by the pub- supply of it that their operations will and will reach the opera house shortly i

posed of vegetable matter largely- lic printer. The point is, who furnished be materially interferred with,, their.- before twelve o'clock. I /tIi:

Ian stand more rain with less damage those "applauses! output diminished and their. profits The memorial meeting at the opera ,

sadly reduced as a result. A decided house will be called to order at two
than other sections. During the seaI I I
e son of 1905; about 117,000 crates of I II falling off in.a. man's output of naval o'clock by Cot T. H. Jones the rasterof

stores because of inadequate labor Is. ceremonies. He wit deliver a brief
vegetables were shipped. from the For \
Lauderdale district. Of these 13,00' For Thin not offset by any means through prevailing address, explaning the object of'the

good prices the expenses of meeting. Then after a prayer by the I
were from Colohatche, two and one-
the industry being such that much chaplain and a selection by the or-I
halt miles north. About 80 per cen .
-1) higher prices than in former sears chestra CoL T. H. Jones will !
of the output was tomatoes. Grower;
are now engaging pickers and unloading I imes: are required even with normal labor duce Governor'Joseph M. TerrelL who

'conditions to permit the producers to will deliver an address. Other ad-
crates and baskets, preparing for '
keep a good balance on the right side dresses wilt be delivered by Gen. B.
a busy season and shipments will go
forward In earnest from now on. April Fat is of great account of the ledger. H. young commander of the Ken-

of' Saturday) a. m., spirits posted tucky division Confederate
This (
1 will see all the growers shipping that is why ,
.1 :i baby ; firmly at 69 cents, receipts 65 Veterans who \iil be the orator of the
About *
all the growers at Fort Lauderdale v
L reach the loading station by vrat j i-ics are fat.. If your casks. sales 77. Offerings are very day; "Corporal James .Tanner, commander
small altogether probably less than in chief of the United Confed-
r ,er ton dew river which extends some.<
; : '
.t,1h'e miles Inland u-y; .is scrawny, Scott'sniu1 a hundred casks. erate Veterans; Gen. J. H. Carr, of FOUR, SAILINGS: EACH WEEK

Ii. *v :. 1 s i o n is what he Eosins firm at an advance of five North Carolina, commander in chief BETWEENJacksonville
'If.J.. \V. Stranahan has placed fast cents on H and G. Receipts 719 sales of the Blue-and the Gray; Maj. C. H.

4*,:line of launches on the river and. in :1tS. The healthy baby 380.-Savannah Naval Stores Review. :Miller, of Cleveland commander: in f and New York. "

a r company with Mr. Braddock will. operate ending Saturday. March 24. chief of the Spanish war veterans;
fat what it does
: : a regular schedule leaving t.he CoL T. M. Owen Montgomery. Ala.. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways.

> railway wharf at- 6 a. mn daily and .Jt- need immediately for For Tax Assessor. commander in chief of the Sons of THE mTZST STEAMSHIPS n THE COASTWISE SE37ISE. fED

at several other times later carrying Confederate Veterans and several other ---.
! one and muscle. Fat Mr. Frank B. Turner, at the solicitation distinguisheed speakers. > THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND
: ; passengers, mall and parcel delivery I AND SOUTHERN PINES J :
C-:<... ? number of friends, announces
This service will be a
a great convent 'es do
they I
t : :lab are happy ; When a candidate on the democratic FREIGHT SERVICE BETWEEN
! Jence to the growers as well as commission that he is a candidate for: tat

r.r merchants buyers' and visltOW. :aOt t: cry ; they* are rich : assessor at the coming primary May great ticket corporations Judge Parker notably charged the that insurance the- Jacksonville, Boston and Providence, .

r;: 15. Having been born and reared in
';J->',"> heir fat is laid up fiat the school of democracy Mr. Turner companies were large contribu- and all Eastern Points.

| With .the building of the canal, iron'T' tors to the republican Campaign fund Charleston
; time of need. They are believes in that sound democratic doctrine Calling at Both Ways.
; the head o{ New river six miles from Mr. Theodore Roosevelt, over his own
"rotation in office, SEMI EEKLY SAILINGS.Mthiaiai .
|' the ocean to Lake Okeechobee a happy because they are that the "Augean stables" cannot be signature vehemently denied this

i;,... tract of 80,000 acres of vegetable aniP charge as a base calumny but the investigations ...................".. ............ ............ ..........._.. Frog Lewis' Wart, Boztca'crthbni
comfortable. The fat surrounds -cleaned too often.
:', cane lands will be opened to settle- Mr. Turner was born in Missouri of the past few months ............-.-...........-..-.....-.. Frca: foot of Catherine Street, 7aevosvifeClyde
;'. ':*'. went Fort Lauderdale Is already re- their little nerves: from TennesseeIn have fully and overwhelmingly sus- .
and came to Florida
t ceiving tained the charge of Judge Parker.1twere River Line.
: many Inquiries for facts as ta 188S He settled in the .Gaiter St. Johns
& '-:\values and locations of the new see and cushions them., the Withlachoochee time Mr. Roosevelt was writing
neighborhood near
". Uon. The be another letter and offering the most
canal dredges will they are scrawny: those river and In connection with.his Between Jacksonville and Sanford
|,:, launched In a few days and active abject apoligies to Judge Parker for
farming operations planted an orange let- Stsppit; at Pahtia, Astor, Beresfsrd ( CeLasi ) aai Iterate
g.i work begun near Fort Lauderdale ir nerves are hurt at every the tone and temper of his original .-
grove and brought it Into bearing but Landings ca StJo as Elver.
[' straightening the channel of: ter.
present to1 h. They lost it In the great freeze. .
ungentle C .
< New river and cutting the new canal He bought the Waldo plantation I, Educational Rally, at Oxford.On Steamers City of Jacksonville and Fre' 'k DeBarry

iThis".'. river has an average depth of: delight in Scott's Emul near Qcala: four years ago and still t
''1. 20 12 are appointed to Sail as follows: Leave Jacksonville daily, except Saturdays, fja p.m
; feet, from the ocean
running March 30, the principaland
is sweet as resides there. Friday Returning, leave Sanford dally except bundayt at 930 a.m.
outside the Inlet to point seven mile sion. as school will
a Mr Turner has served for a number patrons of the Oxford

inland, as shown by soundings taker wholesome to them. of years as a member of the democratic have an educational rally and patron's Soutb.Boaad- I SCHEDULE Nortll-8oua4

at 85 points which will permit heavy executive committee and takesan meeting and anticipate a' big time. Read DOWD Read lip

,draft steamers to enter the river. active Interest in public affairs. He Hon. Carlos Sistrunk.. of this city and
Send for free sample.Be [,eave 3 30 p. m. ,.. ..,..,.?......,Jacksonville ,.._..,, oo
.10 to make a thorough canvass others have been Invited to be pres- i l'alalb __ ____ Leave 300 .
expects m. III
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;;. Lantana, Fla., March ..-N. B. Ly-. _ _. "
m. Astor .... ., .. :
00 a.
addresses. The editorof 3 w -- '-' 3 30 p. III
this if and if be fails to be ent and deliver
picture this office
for _
sure "
r man st. Francis._ .....
: of this place has six acres ir ------ -- 1..oJO P.m
i. the form of a label Is ea tit elected will not be because he has this paper acknowledges an invitation Arrive S 3o a. 111. ...w._. Sanford ..,.,...,,.,.,,_,_...,_ : 9 30 a.III
pikes, which are nearly ready tc orrery bottle tf JO 00 a. m. ___ _Enlerpnsc__?,,. 1000 a.111
wrapper failed to hustle for it. to be present.
.;. chip, He also has five acres of fine Emulsion you buy. .
( tomatoes.,two acres eggplants one oi .- Mr. T. J. McBeath is principal of 3Unl'113tJ31.10: l'UI3;J1n.131: wzsr BAYS, JAXS J) VIttE.II' .
The Best Couch Syrup. of the best
Bowne the school and is one
.. peppers and two of pineapples. Mr Scott 4 Si L. Appex, ex Probate Judge,
Ottawacounty Fan, writes: "ThisIs teachers and enthusiastic educators in M. IRONMONGER ].... AsJ't Gent Pass,Agent,122 Walt Bay St,Jacksonville,Fla.
'I}, : Lyman states that during December L. Chemists to that I have used Ballard's w.G.COOPER.JI.. Freight Axent C. P.LOVELL. Superintendent,
r say the state. Foot ol Hogan Street,Jacksonville, Fla. -
.last the 'rainfall at his place was U< 4094/5" F.arf Jr" Horehound Syrup for years, and thatI We hope the rally will be an all- AC. HAGERTY.Gent East'a Pass Art, New York CLYDE XIL."iJ!..Gen'l FrX Art, N, Y,
Inches. and for eight days in Feb. 1 a. ,ry'tm r.rA' do not hesitate to recommend it as
Vice President and General
I: .a the best sough syrup I have ever round success and will add ,to the THEO G. EGER, Manager. .
:tuary' 10 Inches. ,The maximum rain- .50* tad.'$1-00 used." Sc 50c. and JJLO ......u drug- cause of education in that community. 1 General Offices Pier 36, North River. Branch 290 Broadway. ,. New York
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ANNOliNCERffiNTS.For .i" OFFICIAL ORDERS FOR THE' NEW NOTICE yr fe l nRI. .E. C. Smith. ? C. ,v-;
gtrili ,, -
?&; ,. .'f.-"...:.. ORLEANS REUNION., ..... -- - - SMITH & ROBERTS. :
The following persons have been appointed -

ffv managers of the special tax R. D-FULUJR. L. BLALOCK .
'- '
The following official orders anent school 4istrict'elections to be held April FULL -. & BLALOCK.Dentists. Funeral Directors and LicensedLATEST EmbGIir

.. :: District Attorney the New, Orleans- reunion -have been. u 3rd, 1906. .By order of the boardof V V i

"r Issued: public instruction. Over Muaroe & Chambliss Bank Ocala Fla. METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK GU

Attest W. D. Cam G. S.
: ,
-S :To the Democratic'' Voters of tha Fifth "Headquarters Florida Division, U. C. Telegraph orders receive prompt atte ntlon, and embalming don -
\ Secretary Chairman.
Judicial Circuit.. V., Jacksonville Fla. March .1906. V short notice. '
; on
Ocala, No. 1-Isaac Stevens, J. T. 1' E.BIGGS. 5.ij .
y I, hereby'announce myself a candidate -: "General Orders No. 3. Lancaster and O. L.. Burdick mana. J.. S

;;T' ..-Cor the for Fifth the office Judicial of States Circuit Attorney at the "In pursuance of General orders! NO. gers. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW.. FURNITURE
McIntosh, No. 2-J. S. Thomas, J. ij OGALA CON1PkNYi!
democratic primarico to bo fceL3 May II tsausd, from the general headauiLT- CL TurnlDseed and H C rrh; .! managers (Office ia Gary-Agnew Block.)

15th, 1906. ters, the major general commanding ; J. B. Walkup, clerk. OCALA, ? ,SLOSIBAT :
.. .1 EDWIN W. JAVIS. Belleview, No. 3-J. N. Shedd Frank
announces that the sixteenth annual
Pelot and L W. Nix, managers; W.

: For County Judge-' reunion of the United Confederate R. Bryant clerk.

,To' the Citizens of Marlon County: Veterans wil be held, in the city of Fantville, No. 4-J. B. George B. F. )I. THOMPSON.
: I announce that I am a candidate Ollff and R. B. Fan?. managers; Walter
for nomination and re-election to the; New Orleans, La.. on Wednesday Pedrlck.; clerk. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. C The Vehicle and

4 office, of County Judge of Marion Thursday and Friday. :April 25, 26.and Dunnellon No. 5-W. E. Gamble, J. Office over Tea-pot Grocery Opp Mouteztnaa. Harness
: County subject to the Democratic V < M. Barksdale and T. H. Mixon, man- OCALA. FLA.
Primary to be held May 15th. 1906.' 27. agers; H. G. Keen, clerk:
As I am engaged in the active administration "The ubounded hospitality of the .Reddick. No. 6-G. W. L. Denham Cor. Forsjth and Cedar St. "

3 of the duties of the office I B. S. Dansby and S. M. McGehee, man -
people of New Orleans their cordial .
It will not be possible for me to .make agers; H. G. Hull. clerk. EDWIN SPENCER. JCKSOXYILLE FLORID .
an active or extended campaign. welcome and the royal entertainment: Pine Level No. 7-Geo. O. Turner. J. _

I solicit the support of the Demo of those who attended previous reun W. Ross and J. "H. Brass, managers;; ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, I '
; cratic Electors of Marion county, and H. A. Ross, clerk. FLORIDA Dealers in Wagons Buggies Carriages :
pledge to them an honest. faithful ions held there, the many attractions I Mayvllle, No. 8-B. Coggln H. Mor- OCALA8y I Surrwr

and upright administration of the duties rison and D. E. Driggers Road Carts Harness Saddles
of that city, and the extensive preparations managers; ,Lap Robes Etc
: of the office If it be their desire Henry Simpson clerk. ,
.: -. that I shall: again serve them.' now\being made, give assurance S Weirsdale, No. 9-T. B. Snook F.

Respectfully, that the reunion of 1906 will be H. Lytle and C. S.- Gates, managers J K. CHASE LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE. AND LOWEST DRi t
JOSEPH BELL. and V. P.V Kelsey,: clerk.
one of the most enjoyable and
successful I Citra,, No. 10-A. C. White, Henry DEXTIST, :-nil

: For District Attorney. in the history of our organiza' Grantham and J. P. Moore, managers;; OCALA PL .

I To the Voters of the Fifth Circuit:- tion. Stewart Ramey clerk. .
Griner Farm, No. 11-J. J. Luffman,
:I hereby announce my candidacy for
I the office of state attorney for the fifth Selecting of Delegates."As Buford Leitner and H. Jones, managers ,. SISTRUNK
Judicial circuit of Florida of ; W. P. Chalker. clerk. CARLOS
- composed provided by Article 5, of the LANDS.
the counties of Marion, Citrus, Sum Buck Pond, No. 12-C. R. Dean W.
.ter, Hernando and Lake subject to the constitution, each camp is entitled to J. Folks and J. G. Marcum managers;r ATTORNEYAT.LAW.Room .

.- democratic primary to be held May 15, one delegate for every twenty active J. B. Mc Gehee, clerk. A 4, M..; lc Building: V If you'havelands: you wish to sell, lease orrenpi
And solicit the suppoi* of the democratic Sparr, No. 13-R. S. Civil, J. W.
V voters of this district. I members In good standing, and one Colbert and S. Lowell managers; D. or' if you want! to buy lands for farming, grazingt

V V .: S CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. additional for a fraction of ten mem L. Grantham clerk. B. N. CL.IR.STENOGRAPHER .
Candler. No. 14-Jas. T. Hall J. N.: MISS turpentining or lumber purposes, :
. bers, provided that every camp in I :Marshall and G. G. Richie, managers;;

For Tax Collector good standing is entitled to at least; A. :McClain, clerk. Write to
V To the Marion County Derocracy: Fellowship, No. 15-C. C. Stevens, & TYPEWRITER.and .
; V Believing that I have filled the position two delegates., Camps in good stand S V. M. Sechenger, and Jack :McCully, ,"

V5 of tax collector for state and ing may, also select the same numberof managers; T. M. Philips, clerk. Notary Public.

county during my occupancy of the of- alternates."As Electra No. 16-J. H. Hulford jr., Special attention to out of Town Work: BLOUNT REAL ESTATE ColOCALA
: nce acceptably 10 a large majority 01- J. C. Pillans and J. P. Holly. managers
'E' the tax payers of the county, I an- only camps in good standing are ; L. H. Pillans, clerk. Commercial Bank, Ocala, Fla. FLORIDA.

nounce myself a candidate for re- entitled to representation, if.any campis BHtchton, No. 17-J. P. Taylor, E. I
election, subject to the action of the L. Ferguson and J. T. Burgess, man- "ai
county democracy In the primaries of in arrears it should promptly remit agers; Joe Akins clerk.

V. 5- May 15, next. From now until its per capita to division .or general Martel. No. 18-H. L. Seckinger, THE NEW YOftK WORLD.
the primary comes off will be my Wm. Cuthill and J. F. Folks .
mana- THE
much headquarters, as. the case may be. It
busiest season in the office so
7 gers; C. P. Pillans. clerk. ThricaWeek Edition-Read Wher- I
. so that It will be impossible for me is hoped that many of our comrades, Ft. King-Alex Geiger Gabriel Long the is
ever English Language
; to neglect my duty to the public in < and A. M.. Parker
5 whether Wm.
delegates managers
or not and their ; Spoken.
order to make a personal canvass of Cook, clerk.

i: the county. It would be a pleasure friends, win attend. Capulet No. 20( -C. H. Cooner, W Marion) Hardware Coipf

.- V for me to meet the people at the various "The major general commandingmost i R. Green and R. L. Fort managers; For the winter season now at hand
meetings that in all probability C. E. Fogelstrom, clerk. the most valuable paper to you will be
will be the democratic earnestly appeals to the New York Thrice-a-week World
V arranged by county every camp Linadale, No. 21-R. B. Erwin, C. AI .
V executive committee to take that..1t be represented by delegates at I McCraney and M. Rigdom, because it offers you more at the pric-
I managers;
-- plac over the county within the next the J. B. Booth clerk. than any other paner published. any- -HEADQUARTERS -
V two months but I think that all good reunion. It is desired that all Cotton Plant No. 22-J. F. Parker where in the world. .

i citizens who know me will understandS staff officers attend In uniform. The D. M. Barco and D. A. Walker managers This is a time of great events. We
J that it is duty before pleasure are having great wars, and other
S charge for a mount to ride in the ; J. L. Beck. clerk.
jV.s me. I. submit my candidacy upon my par- Orange Lake, No. 23-J. B. Burry changes of a stirring kind are occur
official record an dlf elected for another ade Is five dollars. To secure horses C. E. Cork and I. Mizelle, ring both at home and abroad. Th American Wire Fencing, .

term of office, I will do my duty write B. T. Walsh, chairman of the B. R. Chambers, clerk. managers; i Thrice-a-Week World comes to' yoi 1. S

(;, as I have in the past. Oak Hill, No. 24-D. F. Pant John every other day, except ounday. with Sash Doors and Blinds C .

.I Very respectfully, committee on horses, eta, New Or- McEwen and H. W. Nettles, managers; all the news fully, accurately and V
!i E. L. CARNEY. leans, a. J. K. Mixon clerk. promptly.The .

V' I The Railway Rates. Moss Bluff No. 25-W. E. Martin, A. Thrice-a-Week World always' Paints. Oils and, Varnishes,

; For Tax Collector W. Fort and M. H. Morrison, mana- its political reports. You can wet! the i V '

: V I hereby announce my candidacy "Transportation is at the low rate of gers; G. A. Waters clerk.Fairfield truth from its columns, whether you Mill and Mining Supplies
for the of No. are Republican or Democrat and thai ,
V office tax collector of :MarIon one cent mile for 26 J. A. Thomas W. V S
per the round
county, Florida, subject to the trip. A. Yongue and A. J. Jones, managers;' is what you want. :
democratic primary to be held Mayq The cost of a ticket from each point A. M. Mathews clerk. The Thrlce-a-Weew World alwayshas ::'% Turpentine Snpplies

15 1906 and solicit the support of the may be ascertained from the local Cottage Hill, No. 27-C. D. P. Hay- a serial story, running, and it is always "V ,
: voters of this county. craft Wm. De Horn and L. D. Staf- a 'first-class story by a first- ;

J. W. BISHOP. agents. ford,. managers; L. D. Beck clerk. class author. The ThriceaWeekWorld : f ',' Improved Farming Tcv _

"On the additional payment of V twen- Charter Oak, No. 28-B. F. Freer, publishes better fiction thai ,.'. :>'""
V J. Y. Hicks and C. E. Lucius. managers any other newspaper In the United 'C". .. .
For County Treasurer- ty-five cents, tickets may be extended W. A. States. Special attention is also giv- : :\. ,
; Redding, clerk. ..'
V V With the assurance -of my hearty until April 30th, and for fifty cents Pedro No. 29-R. B. Perry, J. C. en to markets, and there are many GET QUR PRICES.,
\ appreciation for past support I respectfully other valuable features. .'
; until May 31. Ocala Perry and P. A. Snow, managers; M. -
V submit my candidacy for the agents will advise M. Proctor, clerk. The Thrice-a-Week World's regula'

V treasuryship of Marion county subJect you as to how this can fie ar Kendrick No. 30-0. B. Chapple, J. subscription price Is only $1.00 per xi\\
t of course to the coming democratic J. Guthrie year, and this pays for 156 We
ranged. S and Robt. Fort papers.
: A. A. Olin clerk. offer this unequalled newspaper and

I S V TIIOS.--E. PASTEUR. S"The Sponsor and Maid. NOTICE. 3-16. year the Ocala for $1.65.Weekly Banner together one Marion Hardware Compaq

1 For Tax Assessor- general commandingtakes The regular subscription price of
; Thanking my friends for past favors pleasure in announcing the appointment Notice of the Formation of a New the two papers is $2.00.

; V I respectfully announce myself of Miss Genevieve Parkhill Election District No. 32 and the Send all subscriptions on the above
Change in the Boundaries of Elec- offer to the Ocala Banner, Ocala, Fla.
- I a. candidate for renomniation in the NOTICE. ,
V V ". of Tallahassee, as sponsor ,forhe tion District No. 3, of Marion Coun-
next primary. Florida Division. United ty, Florida; Done by the Board of ,
I ALFRED AYER. Confederate County Commissioners: of Marion SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTIONS. Notice d Application for Tax Deed
---- Veterans, and Miss Elizabeth Legere County, Florida at Their Special Under Section 8 Chapter 4888

For Representative Fleming, of Jacksonville, as her maid Meeting Held in the City of Ocala, Lawe of Florida.
; : the" Democratic Voters V of :Mariot on Friday the 9th day of S Notice is
1p Of honor. D., 1906. March A. Notice is hereby given that in ac hereby given that C. A.
S County- cordance with charter 5303. Laws of Priest purchaser tax certificate No.
After due consideration ana ai "The devotion of V 107. dated the 6th
weS woman hallowedthe Florida, an election will be held in day of August 1883
S request of numerous friends I hereby cause of the The following descriptions having each of the following special tax tax certificate, No. 11, dated the 7th
Confederacy for
.S announce myself a candidate for been accurately made in writing and school districts on day of July 1884, 'has filed said

S -representative to the '.eglslature from which men fought, .suffered and died. recorded in the clerk's office of Mar Tuesday, April 3, A. D. 1906 certificate in my office, and has

V Marion county, subject to the democratic So is the purity of that cause well ion county, Florida. For the purpose of electing, ,three made application for tax deed to Issue Make sure a yield of qnantlty sod
V primary to be held on May 15. The board thereupon took up the petition trustees for each In accordance with law. Said certifi- quality. \\'l en your lamer pikoti
4 1906. T. E. BIGGS. typefied by those fair daughters of the asking ,for an electlon- district. district and to fix cates embrace the following described Ferry's they were the b-st ca Ue
the rate of millage to be levied and
and in market,bat they have been Impror.
: Southland, whom our comrades will be compliance with the laws of collected for the next two years. property situated in Marion county. log ever since.Ve are exptria la
For Members of the School Board. proud to honor. Florida and having given legal notice Ocala No. I :McIntosh No.2 Florida, to-wit: South half of flower and vegetable weds.1M .
I respectfully announce candidacy as required by law in ; ; Seed AMwJ.baimil mu..
- V my an official news- Bell vlew No.3 Southwest quarter, Section 30 and all .
S ; for re-election as a member of "FRANCIS P. FLEMING. paper published In Ocala, Florida,-the Dunnellon, No. : Fantville No.4; of section 31, all in township 13 South. bated,tree to all applicant*
jc. V the school board from the BUtch ton board of county commissioners in and 5; 'Reddick, No.6; Range 22- East. The laid land IT. M. FERRY CO.OetroltMIcb.I
"Major-General Pine being
Commanding. Le\el. No.7 Mayville No.8
: ,
-: district B. R. BUTCH. for Marlon ;
county Florida
this assessed at the date of the issuanceof
"Robert J, the 9th Weirsdale, No. 9; Citra No. 10: Griner
Magill, Adjutant-General day of March A. D. ;
VV 1906 designated such certificate in the name of
Farm, No. 11 Buck Pond No.
To the Democracy of the 20th Senator.. the ; ;
and Chief of following election dis Whittier Bros.
Staff. and estate of G. A. M.
4 V ia! District tricts which Sparr, No. 13; Candler, No. 14; Fellowship ....
are established --- --
elec- Campbell. Unless -
as said
certificate shall
tion No. 15; Electra, No. 16;
- i: V districts are voting places In said BlItchton. No. 17 Martel No. be redeemed according to law, tax
18 Ft.
I hereby county follows NOTICE.
announce for ,
my candidacy : deed -will issue thereon the i
King No. 19 on 26th
I. ; Capulet. No. 20: Lina
the office of state senator from the Boundary of Election
V District No. 3. day of March, A. D., 1906. "
dale, No. 21 Cotton Plant No. J
20th Senatorial district, to be voted for The Beginning at the ; 22; I :
undersigned ntends to intersection of the Witness official
V apply to south Orange Lake, No. 23: Oak Hill. No. my signature and I.Taxes ate due and payable aa Uw ir!
at the
coming primary of 15 boundary of
'V 1906. :I heartily endorse the May resolu,, Hon. Joseph Bell, county judge of with the east boundary Aradonda of grant 24; Moss Bluff No. 25; Fairfield, No. seal this the 21st day V of February, A Monday of November ol each J ei. '. 3

'V V tion passed by the executive committee Marlon county, at his office in Ocala. township 12, 20 section 23. 26; Cottage Hill, No. 27: Levon. No. D., 1806. 2. Personal ad poll taxes mnst be p&IdItt.:
_ of Marion county of March on the 30th day of April. A. D.. 1906. range running thence 28; Pedro, No. 29; Kendrick, No. 30. S. T. SISTRUNK same time that real estate is paid oB.il*
1906. asking that Marlon county 17 be for leave to sell all the right title and west with said south boundary of said Qualified electors at said electionare Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, sessmenta are to the same party; ;

S : made an individual senatorial district Interest of Path L. Leonard,. Flor- Aradonda grant to the west boundary all registered and qualified voters Florida.. V 2-23- 3. If possible come in person to PLY JfU'SIts.
: and I promise It nominated andI ence M. Leonard, George V. Leonard. of Marlon county, thence south with residing in said districts who pay a Paying mail or through other f
elected to use my best efforts to carry IS Stella E. Leonard Louis H. Leonard west boundary of Marion county to tax on real or personal property there-: NOTICE. is frequently unsatisfactory. ..:::

VS; into effect the wishes expressed In and Lucy D. Leonard minor children southwest corner of section 15, town- 4. When you come to pay your taxes brin Ij

that resolution and also to serve the of George W, Leonard, deceased, late ship 13, range 19-thence easterly in.By order of the board of public Instruction Notice of Application for Tax Deed of description from your deed or latest tax I ,.f'
V V best interests of ,the people. of St. Johns county, Florida, in the along south boundary of sections 15. of Marion county; Florida. Under Section 8 Chapter 4888. what you wish to pay on. ;
.5 following lands 14, and 13, This S. Don't wait till last few day of time IiH1I1.;
Very respectfully situated in' Marion township 13 range 19, and the 5th day of March 1906. Laws of Florida. .
S county, Florida to-wit: sections 18, 17, 16 and 15, township G. S. SCOTT I I then expect the best service either bin mail ,

J. G. BASKET. Lots. 1. 2, 3, 4. 12. 13, 15, 16. 17, 18, 13, range 20, to southeast corner of Attest: W. D. Cam, Chairman. I unavoidable person. 1 he rush is then on and delayi tara as ta_
i 19, 35. and 36. the east half of lot 41 section 15. township 13. range 20,- S Secretary.tf. Notice is hereby given that J. B. : comes. You must take your ,
. For Representative and two and 27-100 acres in the south thence north along eastern boundary Cappleman purchaser of tax certifi-
:SV V To the Democratic Voters of Marion east corner of lot 14, according to the of sections 15, 10 and 3, township 13, cate No. 474 dated the 1st day of sessed.6. You if must wish have to your avoid property trouble{)in properly P&YT V'
V County: plat recorded in the Public Record range ,20, to the northeast corner of June A. D., 1903, has filed said certificate of taxes. The collector cannot alter the UPation if

V The many kind expressions coming of Marion county, Florida entitled. section 3, township 13, range 20. NOTICE. in my office and has made apI I or description of assessments found o' _"
to me,' both through the press and "Map of a portion of Fernandez grant Thence east along southern boundary -"- plicati n for tax deed to issue in accordance ''tax book. E. L. CARNEY, Tax CoHeam.I .. ;2

.: personal interviews endorsing my and lots 1 and 2 section 21 and loi of section 35, township 12 range 20 Notice of Application for Tax Deed L with law. Said certificate 1027501 Marion County Ocala.! .,.";"

V record In the legislature of 1905, and of section 28. township 13 south to southeast corner of said section 35, Under Section 8 Chapter embraces the following described property .....
V with assurances that my services in 31 east. H. J. Cam bell. Engineer.range" township 12, range 20. thence north 4888, Laws of Florida. situated in, Marion county,
V : the past were acceptable to a large March 30. 1906. V along east boundary of section 35, 26 Notice is hereby given that W. C. Florida to-wit: Lots, 25, 26, 27 and ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OFJJ'CDISCtiARGE

V V majority of the voters of Marion county EMMA J. LEONARD. and 23. township 12, range 20, to point Townsend purchaser of Tax Certifi- 128, 'sub of northwest quarter section I iIm
e- I again come before the people of 3-30-5t. Guardian. of beginning; with voting place at cate No. 749. dated the 7th day of December 14, township 15 south range 22 east .i

.: the county as a candidate for the leg ...... Flemington Florida.V A. D., 1896; tax certificate The said land being: assessed at the Marion Coaa*
SV Court,
islature. -- ... Vn. .. 9R1, AacA +.V.o.. en. it.... # .._.,. date of County Judge's
S S Boundary of Election .. ft A the issuance. of _
V District' No. 32. --- ----- v. VoQ,3 v. :: ., ----- --- -- SUl'h t't..tlfl..... Worida. Is Re Estate of. J. #. Edlfard&.j
S n elected, I shall In the 1900; has filed saideertificatesIri'moffice. cate in the '
future as in NOTICE. Beginnig at the northeast corner of name of parties unknown. ueceasea. ;1'
: the past devote my best efforts to ad- section 2. township 12, range 20, said and has made application for Unless said certificate shall be redeemed VOITICK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO !tt
; V vance and the interest and welfare of County point being on north boundary of tax deed to issue in accordance with according to law, tax deed will ...' whom it may concern that on theistdaoJJMA.P.I9Q .
S the people. Judge's Notice to Executors. :Marion county, thence south along law. Said certificates embrace the issue thereon on the 16th day of Ap '.

V5 V5. Many important events will face the Administrators Guardians eastern boundaries of section 2, 11 following described property situated nil, A. D., 1906. the the Ho JOItf' ,
L next legislature of Florida, and witl The Etc. 14, 23 township 12, range 20, to south In Marion county Florida, to-wit: Witness my official signature and f Bell undersigned,judge ot said will court.apply as to judge of POW
'V my past experience, I feel 'better qual attention of all Executors, Administrators boundary of Aradonda grant, thence east half of southeast quarter of seal this the 13th day of March, A. D., for a final discharge as Administratrix w
;;: V ified to materially aid in good .Ieg1sV persons Guardians and all other west along south boundary of said Ar- southeast quarter and northeast quar 1906. estate of J. y. Edwards deceased. and al flEj i

V ,,; lation which shall be my sole consid. matters exercising authority in any adonda grant to west boundary of ter of southwest quarter and west [Seal.] S. T. SISTRUNK.V I same time I will present toward court my ...
V S ration. relating to estates under and Marlon county. thence along western half of west half of southeast quarter Clerk Circuit Court Marion County accounts as administratrix of said estate
by ,
Very virtue of the authority of of I ask for their app/oval.
respectfully this boundary of southwest
: Marion county to the quarter section 25 town- Florida. 3-16.
ED. L. WARTMANN. tions court, is respectfully called to sec northwest corner of :Marlon county ship 12 south range 25 east. The Pated this Nov. 28. A. D. 1905 EoWAl_,. '.
1872 C.
Statutes of to 1889 Inclusive. Revised said point being northwest corner of said land being assessed at the date NOTICE. As Administratrix Estate ol 3. P. Edwards.:
V ; For Tax Assessor- settlement of Florida relating to the section 3, township 12, range 19, thence of the issuance of such certificate in ceased. *i

: : To the Democratic Voters of Marlon charge, and removal their accounts of. for final 'dis east along north boundary of Marion the name of Ralph Henry and J. B. In the Circuit Court of the Fifth '
failure to county to Swan. Unless said
point of certificate
beginning be .
V county- make such return and ; with cia Circuit of Florida-In
S V reports as are voting place at Geiger 1 redeemed according to law. tax JUdl-I' NOTICE.
At the Florida.
required as for
solicitation of by law, and appears Marion CountyInChancery.
some of Is here- will -
of issue
my record thereon .J
friends, I by in deed book 121 on the 2nd day of
V* I offices should believing myself that county Executors.given to all concerned that all 442, Register of Deeds Marion coun-page I April. A D., 1906. I I I The democratic executive commit':
Administrators -
V 'occasionally, Guardians, ty Florida. Witness official of called
V I hereby and others my signature and Marion county is hereby
V for Tax Assessor announce for myself a candidate to make their have failed or neglected Board of County Com ssioners.' seal this the 28th day of February A. D. C. Wharton Smith, complainant meet at.the court house at Ocal > ,
? Marion county returns to this court H. D., 1906. vs James Coons ,
; subject to the. as required W. LONG, Chairman et al, defendants. Or on
by law
:S: democratic primary to on or before the Board of County S. T.. SISTRUNK der for Constructive Service. March'17th 1906, :]
be held May the 15 1906. first day of June, 1906 will Commissioners. Saturday, ,
I be
V solicit the support of the democratic therefore to make such settlement under required S. T. SISTRUNK, Clerk Circuit .Court Marion County, It is ordered that the defendants at one o'clock p. m.. for the purP* .
V .' V of pro- 3-16-St. Clerk Circuit Florida. 3-2-C herein named to-wit: James of egu1attfor ?
voters of Marion county. cess this court and will be forth- Court. Coons formulating rules and
: and :Mary W, Coons be to
with and
Respectfully, removed from office. they are .conducting the primaries
: S.. : F, B. TURNER. As these returns are often compli NOTICE. of hereby required to appear to the bill held May 15th and June 12, 1906. Ju! }
cated. requiring the examination complaint in this cause on or before r to transact such other businessmay J
V entire record of the Monday, the 7th day of May, 1906. It before it. .
"Ij and properly come
Mr. To
J. considerable Whom
w it
Crosby has time May Concern
purchased :T- is further ordered
a that prec"?
parties a
desiring copy of this The precinct club of each l
tq such Take
V S S lot on south are settlements notice that I will on the first order be published once a week for is requested to hold meeting'pa : .
Third street opposite the requested to advise ihe Thursday of a ft
V VV me md May, 1906, or as soon four consecutive weeks eleCUa
V particular day on which tlt ; in the Ocala 10th inst for the purpose of
intendNto thereafter
home..of Mr D. W. Davis. Mr. Cros arrange make settlement in order that I may 9d cL\it\ to the pardoning as I may board be at heard Tallahassee apply county Banner and a newspaper state. published in said committeeman for the ensuing elec: !'1

will my engagements years and each committeeman
: by probably: erect an artificial having business at the with. others Florida, for a pardon for Sandy Lock- This 8th day of March 1906. is to have prope
.office so there AAA BANK DEPOSIT ley. who was earnestly requested ,
will $5 convicted of murder at
be S.
atone T.
home"on no'conflict SISTRUNK.
V .
this lot
at the
\ aa early vfVr7 Spring Term of the
R. circuit Clerk
V JOSEPH R. Fare Paid. Notes court Circuit Court Marion County order JAMES G. BAS1'
.date. V Countv: Judge of BELL V taken on tuition., BEST for Marion county, Florida in 1905. i Florida. Coni.;J;
Marion and Chairman Executive
-; Ctanty, Fla. cheapest on earth. Don't delay. WILLIAM Democratic
3-tf. x-day. V By H. C. Slstrunk, D. C. mittee
tEOIGIA-AUBJUIA of Marlon County.
BUSINESS March 13, 1906. :
Jacon.G6 S-16-2L Attorney for Pe- Wm. Rocker Complainant's Solicitor. At?. .
.. V < Utlonen.V 3-11 John M., Graham. Secy. 3--1-:.

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HOUSEHOLD DECORATION. The: Stimulus; o{ Poverty. ft

4; '

SENATOR VEST To start life the son of a poor man* LINIMENTS

-OYl-'- How to Make the-Home ..Is one: or the 'most beneficial things 1i KING OF ALL

[j': SPOILED A DINNER. The artistic bome Is the cult' of the i that ,could happen' to a boy with: any j' CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL P INC

I r' restage of energyin his nature says'the IEURALCIA.$pI M$,curs iiuisct.BUMS,seALe ,
The housewife who keeps pac BACKACHE. LUM&ACo
i atu Courier. The invigorating OLD 0tS, CRICK IN BACK

most prominent storyeliera feftow could be writing about. Kobodj vlth the spirit. of the. age feels it breezes of adversity the bracing air AKXILS CORN AU.HUSKMTS INUAKMATIOIIS SPRAINED OF WRISTS.lUll OS FROITEDFIIT. BIAST.,
the !! *$.CHJ1.a&.AI..D
\Amons could sayJI's .COU .8VMM
annala were Gen. would believe a: word he nu'c1, more her mission to make hei poverty stimulates the moneylessoung
Missouri .
IB I tell )"Ou. I know,: |
t coward. tone
fame, a a healthy 1
Bclarlc of Wilsonereek&n home beautiful and attractive to 1 )- man and gives ,

John matchless* George' GrahariVet. !for I've had. him'In command. under and old as to privide food and .o his work. In fighting his way In ,
I 'oung
th The writer ,remembers a story j aiment for her family. The phrase'An he world bet I

about Ge.n. again.. Nobody will ever believe a tc he can aggregate, or the i '
Vest used to tell artistic home. need not .apply ill the power
Senator cO"ard111 say, but what Is tram-I: .
word .and
a down
worth while says a correspondent furniture and decora- rowd will press him
Is costly I
that a :
Clark of the Kansas City'Star.Vest the fellow trying to write about Vest" ? Ions, sumptuous accessories and corre pIe on him. His brain is clear and his;: j ,

.seated at a'tble "The Battle of Wilson Creek, the sharpened not from choice, but !: I
aad Clark were. pondingly extravagant living; a very wits .
restaurant In Wash- Senator- replied, as he picked. up the be transformed into from necessity. The rich'man's son, I Ion 0
popular modest house can I
in a the storyto
and prepared to cl'adeled'in luxury
chatting about Missouri, and paper a veritable picture with a compara-; the other hand -

Ugton while the waiter was out the General. The Senator, knew he ively, smaU outlay of money, provid. guarded from the rude buffets. of the. \1

jrjssonrians On had the General at the verge of the and petted by his parents. .
'their order for dinner. d it be supplemented with a generous masses,
preparing and that it was time. to topple -
do- precipice uncapable of taking care|
Occasion Vest was amount of artistic knowledge, an eyefor is absolutely

this particular while Gen. him over, and right well did he and If'by any chance the t
Valuable himself
most of the listening, color, and refined taste. of ;

mg piping do It.The'battle. mar- barrier that wealth has placed 'upon.1
peculiar scrapy, signed engravings,
.pL.fr....-... in of Wilson creek was GeiClarke's lie would find
the mer costlyfurniture should collapse
'discoursing upon Turkish rugs, him '

voice!.and, was demerits, principally demerit I theme on any C and all occasions quetry I .floors and bric.a-brac are desirable himself unable to stand against the BEAD THIS REMARKABLE CURE

its.: and as soon as Senator Vest of humanity. It is
in. stream
political leaders. Thpswho but mean a heavy inrushing
.ot Missouri mentioned that as being Capt. Smith' possessions contemporary 'i: vts much afflicted with rheumatism,writes
hIs eastern
during surroundings an ,
Gen. Clark vestment Equally artistic admitted, says .
Knew the General was all attention : of: Ed.C.Nud,lowayffle,SedgwickCo.Kinsa3"goingabout
lifetime undoubtedly remember will subject can be obtained for a moderatesum that an enormous proportion on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain. .

extravagance the 'General coul a moment< without resorting to cheap and the wealthy and successful men; in I was induced to try Ballard'a Snow Liniment,which

what those he had a liking The: Senator began the story at the this country all events, were the cured me, after using three 50c bottlet. ITISTHB
praise and laud beginning and read it clean throug! vulgar who when their GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED;have recommended
moment and with what grin is the first consideration sons of poor men all
Harmony number of exptesstkemselves
for at benefit occasionally; it to t persona,
and rid cule for the 9eneral's and form. were yet In tender years, walk
he could satirize perfect harmony of color children as being benefited. by it. I BOW

humor of those glancing over the edge of the pape in the of poverty. In setting and able to perform a great
and. weaknesses Never start out to finish a home suffered pangs without crutches, am

the foibles to dislike. It was these out of.the corner of his eye .to observe I style of a certain period. If it is his shoulder to the wheel of the deal of light labor on tho farm."

ha happened effect It was having on the Gen- the sit at ease 50c AND $1.00
on the part of the Genera the not possible .to carry the scheme to car in which the wealthy THREE SIZES: 25c,

dispositions ral. The Senator was soon rewardid his brain and
that caused him to get into trou- to twis compl tion. Choose different periods I the poor man develops BALLARD SNOW L1NIMEtTCO.
General soon
forthe if please, but muscle by exertion. The ,rich'man., so
this time. for different rooms SZLOUISU..A.
tie at In
uneasily In his has decid'1.1 -
md remain
listening ..attenjllvely to his riches
Although Vest was everything in each room belong long as

and respectfully to the GeneraI' other words, the General was over thirec1pIce. the\ one selected for it. edly e better of It in the directionof 'I

him He knew it and was working of life but it is when
01 for
conversation, assisting A different color may be selected the pleasures
his brain for all U was worth for him that he RECOMMENDED BY
friends desert AND
with his story with grunt, of approval I the woodwork in each rbom, or oneach' wealth and

offering suggestions a hold to recover. is small, becomes aware pf his own weakness,
now and then. even to< floor; but If the. ALL DRUGGISTS.
chuckled quietly
as occasion would permit yet The Senator he it would be better to decide on one and of his inability to live by his own -
he read on. -
ilmself as :
while the Senator was casting and let the floor be stainedthe exertions. -
all the to the climax of the story, tha color -
to the daily paper spread ou'upon ame same color. Many prefer, ivory- theexecutive
his eyes ead about as follows: Prof. R. M.: Ray, chairman -
near him. The General in the upper roomsor
table woodwork

I encouraged_the by Vest's grunts himself am ui attle.It was The a desperate men In our and line sanguinary were falVng :' white bed rooms, which is always well in with good educational, committee Association of, has the called Florida. a DAVID & WOODROW, J

working walls look 4
was taste, Green
suggestions like withered leaves in a Noveuv meeting of that committee to be'held
climax In a ludicrous also Delft blue and t
to a striking running in i white woodwork, the 10th and 11th
ber gale andblood was at Ocala Fla.. on ESTATE. .
whore whitesCheme' REAL
and -
a'Missouri politician the blue .
.about white paper held
etory t1athad to be
ittle rivulets from pool to pool of April. The first session
had concluded -
1 for the moment is carried out to completion. ,
the .Gener the depressions al of the county superintendent i '
In office
gathered In the
when he was woodwork t1. Fla
like ivory-white i'O
aidn't with '
be Vest's ver the battleground. Our men wen Yellow paper of schools April 10th at 7:30 p. Room 12, Postoffice Block, *<-. :. .,,- -.
Senator it is ant
Interrupted by idea, and '
is popular '
abruptly unaccustomed tc) a first meeting of this
discovered mostly raw recruits, thesunshine m. As this is the
if he had just choice for a room where "
as excellent
speaking he had beer i uch scenes of carnage and. as mighi committee for this year, It is a very ,

something In the paper <,,, does not enter. .
be largel
be expected under such circumstancethey important one and should I

glancing at. dashing onSlaught Hard pine floors go weir with thesi Steps will : PUBLIC SQUARE. -
said Vest wavered under the walls am attended by its members. IEdUTT PROPERTY ON
General of color. for
the way.
"By (w< of the intrepid Lyon and hi suggestions b; taken looking to preparing program -
Captain should be quite
know one They
"do.you it woodwork. and
moment ap rates
railroad -
For a securing
valiant men. ,
foi ,
Smith" with
him "Capt John when oiled and polished
will call honor smooth the
the day and all, even other arrangements for ,
that making Itt
ir peared removed and
"down must be
of this story), brick house on t his property
at flip wo story
the purpose wax.
be lost in complete 4 meeting of the Association
\vpul4 feet frontage on
hous lot with 35
for artistis The corner
? facilities sold cheap as it stands.
Missouri rout. Just at thi: The AugusUnBrooksville Argus.Editor wUl
snapped the General, showing and ignominious I becoming more and more< St. .. is still unsold.
"Yes, who should go to tin dressing are ,n.. 'r'tjfsquare .
critical moment 4
at haying his.story' In- : and knowledgt Mlani
some Irritation tried men but tha abundanteach year Byington, of the

right In the very flower .ol relief of our sorely the subject is easily available. a card on the and NORTH FIRST Sip
terrupted gallant brigade commanded by tha on Morning News, publishes : IEBUTT PROPERTY ON MAGNOLIA ST.
him which
I know methods by
"certainly various in which
its"growth leader who knows no There are. first page of his paper
walked the face bold beautiful;:
dirtier coward never I Gen. Johi bad floors can be'made earnestly sets forth that for thirt;

i of the earth than this same Capt what the word greatest fear means hero of the bat. stains and varnishes will transforn years, he has always tried to publish The North west corner lot 29 f eet facing Magnolia street and 81, feet
B. Clark the Building"site is sUllunsold.
John Smith." the ugliest woodwork in to .a joy tc none other than. a clean newspaper, on :orth First street, facing the Go vernment Public .
at Capt. Smith was tie, and the day was- wondrous th of it 28 feet bY. 84 feet. .
This little fling wrote that article the beholder. There are one that a man would. not hesitate to also the lot Immediately sou
did say
"Who you
left hand stroke .at Vest for Inter- foliage and wall papers of his wife and innocent S '
: a ?'broke in Gen. Clarke not tapestries. put into the
(Clark's) story, as Vest dreams of Arcady. On he is doing j
rupting his restrain himself longejr. which induce daughter. To b sure AVENUE .

and expected It would be being able to one's eye open whileon cleaner, OCKLEtWAHA .
to keep not
had planned John Smith,' the senator replied has only that now; there is a

However the General showed a dispo- "Capt; and turned, this : this
of avtnuveen
It all at this and attempted parenthetically sale to acquire an Miam' The lot known as the Philbric k lot on the south ,
sition to let go about t(, are for in the state than the sale .
he was for
if is.
his fractured 'story paper, again as wonderful are the,. the residence of Mrs. Austi n and Mr. T,- B.. Snyder
to resume art education, so News but why should Brother Eying and la
resume the reading. feet fr ontage and being 241 feet'dee-p.
about the Missouri: politician. thunder snorted the general 1 achievements of modern designer ton make any special announcement 01 This Is a large lot having ItO '

DA a-e j was saying" "Oh "I thought you wer Ip the furnishing of the home then the cleanliness of his paper ,when the well above the level of the street. .

again, not In response. of a .:, I
& interrupted avoidance ,
Vest careful reader1'unta -
'"Well about Capt. John T. Smith as should be fact Is evident to every .
notice that the fjeneral talkipg Do not make a museum -
to effect ._ I" -
pretending I had In mind all the Crowded Gorda Herald. 1
1don't that is the man
his story interest ,
had: attempted to resume: two Capt of your house. Focus
about the fellow time. You know there were thousand weak Alderman Owes His Efec-
with L
know anything scatter It a A Chicaga
Capt. do no I
being a' coward. In fact, I know i Smiths In my brigade. One was nick- impressions. Remember one good picture _- I tion to Chamberlain's Remedy.I Cough JUSTAIL PRICE TJST OP .

everybody ,
about him. But I knew you John T. Smith, dozen poor or Indifferent heartily and conscientiously
worth a
nothing the is can
to named as, 'John the Coward and ol Chamberlain's Cough WINES BEER AND MALT
air recommend
dlcLand I thought I 'would get you plain Capt. John Smith' ones. Let there be an Remedy for effectioris of the throat WHISKIES, ,
about him. and of the enjoyment John Schnick ( '
tell'me something; nicknamed, 'Johr serene comfort and lungs, says Hon. -

him, Vest" the whom everybody than an impressionof 220 So. Peoria street Chicaga. Two
I know rather
? ,
0f course of living .
and bold indeed he was,,, during political campaignI
Bold, ago
his the years
General responded pitching! more truthful too perfect order. Let your possessions caught cold after being overheated -,

scrapy voice in a little higher key There was no braver, appear well cared for, but as which irritated my throat and I' was ______ _______
and more upright man in every respect to stop, as I could not Cree-Not repald. -
said. enough compelled rnEl'AlD Bulk goods-jugs
"and I have already of 'MlssouriVest. if used and enjoyed.In speak aloud. In my extremity my GinCo.n. Good Grade
in all the state ... Qts. u Qts. Ir.!otJergaUolL Rye,
home dec- Chamber.iain' 4 QtS o
genuine articles on to use Full Qt. Measure.
of advised me
about him to cause this same plain Capt. John a series friend I took. took Hunting Club RVe, ,.__ ._" $3 65 $4 00 $7 00 $2.OOper gallon.

to lose Interest in him. ThereIs than Vest oration we hope to develop many Cough Remedy. could not elsonCountyRye..---. 290 04 25 7 50 Rye.Gin, Cern,Rum, Fine CuatitYr.SOpcrga
"the bold." Further more two doses thatafternQn .. 20 4 60 S 00 the mont-yo
Smith live S Best for
except Rye.- Corn. Kum
who Monogram Gin.
to him I tell you. to those when I foUnd next Rye .
nothing helpful suggestions believe senses c 00 950
written in that article my RanDe's"44" Rye- 3 7:; gal
of his every word he has with Inflammation had largely __... Ci o 12 00 f3 00 per
streak from the crown out of touch morning the Social Drops.. .__ 4 50 brudy. fel1.we
places and
a yellow Is the unvarnished truth from I in retired subsided. I took several doses that Malt Whiakey.........-.--- 35 S 00 950 "'4" Rye,Peach apple

head to the soles of his feet, a fork- plain I the spirit of progress in beautifyingthe kept right on taking through the Peach Brandy _.__....."._ 3:5 :) 00 9 50 by age. $4 00 per gat. ..
for day &ledi.al q.uallt.
end. I'll vouch .__. 950 <'--' t Drops Rye. .I 1
I knowWm beginning to for this medicinethat Bra1dy_..- 3 75 500 "a'ctona' Rye, ;;I soul thank
'ed streak. Know him t.Why. time. Besides home, yet who have a campaign, ,and I council" _Apple ulU.-.!.. .. ... So 4 25 7 2" LOUIS BERL Per --.
He's a coward, I tell Capt. John Smith every things. Choice of architecture 1 won my seat In the 'HOll9na Gin __ _.... 375 5 00 50 LE\IP _._.Ia '5
all :>eneva _
like a book. 1 in sale by all druggists. ...., _
and beauty for -
00 Palstaff
know, This remedy is _.._ 2 6S 4 00 I ..
Corn .
Mis- I see there you North carolina ._.:_ .... ...-. I 10Jamacia
you\ and that's enough for any : ) harmony in color schemes m Mountain COrD .._....=. 315 500 950 Extra Pale.____-_-_ _' -. ... I GO

anybody. WhyI know it is so. choice In furnishings Rum____ 2 06 4 25 7 50 Standard dark ..-.._ .......__ 100
"sourian to know about the senator rejoined mural decorations Somewhat or other, all the best editorials Medford Rum __..... ..- 3 75 Suo 9.50 talt extra _..... 2 GO

tell you that fellow 1s afraid to go "But,fairly General exploded with laughter, in .draperies, in ornaments, etc.. of The Herald get crowded out Grape King of Brandy.Kentucky..-BurborD...._..3 3 is 7S 500 5 00 9 9 SO SO COhurger.lmported.-Bass Ale,pints.........._..... .-.. -. 2 aPrIe. 2S
he ... --
where they an as well as the opulent Guinne55 Stout. pints ---
out In the cornfield see this article is signed by John for the modest. as and. "killed" A whole column ,was Assortment A1lowe on aU Goos ofSame

gathering corn because the popping "you not the plain John Smith purse will be discussed. slaughtered last week and several columns I'des by the barrel en appUC1't1os.

sounds so T. Smith IIALLARD... :
of the breaking cornstalks not think .at the time that .the CAROLYN. more could not even get into
it frightens I did : ,
that -
much like a gunshot In Identifying those set up, but killed
middle initial would assist you in fCalifornia.The type. Amongst
Don't talk to me The ,
him nearly to death. hence my failure tc and cholos was a nice one approving EditorPrank
Smith. I know this man; Chinamen, .taps HANNE BROS. .

Vest, about Capt. John give his full name as it Is written her Mexican laborers) in southern Cali- Harris's choice of weapons in ,
him." inquired about him." the challenge of } on. R. I Jacksonville Fla
I first when olive picking accepting
him, ,General. .Vest when nia are happy West Adams St.
"I didn't know of the 146.258
general discussion -
too much for the leave the cities Hudson Burr to a ::
This was and they .
but since you time comes I'
innocently responded, shakinghis the state railway -
description Bounding from his seat and and towns for the olive orchards. merits and demerits of
bave given such a graphic hE> late to a
in the senator's face, item in the cost commission. It is not .
finger large
I know is a
that Picking
of his character, I feel if Mr. Burr declines -
industry. in ,California say, however, jr-p.i
the said: the olive -
General of rII
: him better. Nevertheless. of
that stalk Harris's proffered use
good "Vest of all the demons and the average price paid for pickIng Editor PRICE LIST OF
fellow seems to write' a. upon the face of the earth you are the olives for making oil is $77.50:: a the columns of the Ocala Banner, the CO I

article." snorted the General .Ic biggest and most heartless.. I'll not ton and for picking purposes from honors will be awarded to the editor. i EUREKA WINE &

"Humph Gorda Herald. Order .I4nt. ...
disgust "I'd like to know what thai eat with,you, sir. sis to $20 a ton. It is a picturesque -Punta The Great Southern
pickers at work on I easure.I .
many Full Quart
sight to see
has been the I EXPtESSPREPAID.
gathering the fruit a\ Now we know what I
Big Offer for Orange Grove. high of the trees. The general matter with Frank 'Val pole, of the I Per Four Quarts Six CueHalchdt's
A Positive Dcclaraton.p the tops 'Gallen Quarts

estimate is, that a full bearing tree Manatee Record one of the best fellows Private Stock..._ .____ S4 00 $.oo $6 6rp 00 $uouHatchett' 13 75Iiatchetts

Floweree a few daji the world. He has been "feel i -.-.. 4SO 460 fie
A. G. Many big in That's tVhikey ---- 41 t ,
Frank A. Walpole, the genial ed Mr. D. i I will produce 2 O. pounds. "tired feeling," "got t !' Old Ry"... .._.__... ........ ... .. .... 3:10: 3 30 700 14 SON
offer of $15,- while ing badly, had a .. 475
cash yield 330 pounds, u. '
refused a snot however, c.AppleBrandy.--- 485 970
Record. struc ago trees At the last I Eureka ., ._.,_ __ -- 3S5 32S
etc. 1200Hureka
tor of the Manatee: lame back, Brandy "'H' 600
with a Apple
000 for the prop of grapefruit on his many 'bear less than 100 pounds. up fif I Iteen.sixteentbs" Eureka i.1t .. .._._ ......-_ -......-. 400 400'75 700 14 00
the ..
in 4 15
and is taking fair at TampaTiis .. .. -- -
town_ this morning the industry snows a State S. C. reach Brandy. -- -- 485 910
offer was made Every year \ .. ..... ._ 325 3"5
above :Alva. The for the reaah Brandy ..._. --' SS 970
grove > took the prize N. C. ..... 325 325 4
who giv s _
sights _
and the man ..._ -- 900
well know great increase best Eureka X C. Crn-- ...........,.: 3:10 300 460 I
the the \
likewise .._.._ 8
by Thomas,
urged A. cake
Mr. has been Mr. E. olive orchai best fruit ; EurekaX.c.COraXX a 75 4 JS
Walpole by intelligent care to his XXX. .. .... ._M.M.... _'- 2 7S 750 1
democrats to Arcadia. A trade was cake. It's gout that ails Frank; Eureka X.C. Corn. .____ ..-.- 250 ;:SO 375
Florida ; of Thei pound XXXX 1356
leading South orange buyer is sure to make a large print Eureka N. C. Corn. ___'_ 4 SO 4 SO 675

make the race for railroad commUfiioner -, however whereby Mr. Flowei growing in the state more high living has done it. Just imagine Old Crow Bourbon.._. "____-_-_-:.._-...-M ...- :)'j S 375 56S 563 1130 J330Echospring.

but he informed a Metropol! closed for the fruit by i ithe are now trees, the yield is estimated a country editor eating these delicacies SunuyBrookRye.Sunny BrOOK Sour }tash...._._...._._..-- 35 450 4.73 6S 61O 1375

ae gets a fine price than 2,5000,000 i could : ......_.....------.- --...- 525 785 1570
under no cIrcumstances and say Tynv long we '" 500
barrels'of.'fifigallons ,
that estimated anywhere : .oo
reported today is -- 600
be 4000000 Silk Velvet-- .
The crop to .
box. .._., __ ._....- --
He _
Index. and
be candidate. This and drlE'd stand it.-Lake City Oak
would he a from 5.000 to 8,000 boxes. each of the picked \ DsIlsrsd. .

that Florida would ..hav and this :Is loads and Gin From $2.50 U $3.50 per tail!
says South old. about 6.000 car Save twelve
four years free.
grove is fruit. or foine old Irish gintlemen, Stork and secure a bottle '
Those Private .
:candidate from-th mainland to opPose i first'time that $15.000 ha of oil of twelve bottles Save twelve labels ot Hatchett's bottle free Save twelve lables of HatchettThat's
that likely the 1,000,000 cases Frank O'Harris, of the Ocala Banner labels of Hatchett'g Old Rye aid secure a twelve labels of Eureka N. C.

Commissioner Browne, and refused for the crop on a enough to make :!,OOO car load Whiskey and secure a battle free. Save tables of M. Apple Brandy and recareone
been the St. Augustine twelve
jver Harry O'Brown, of bottle free. Save free. Price of
and I and secure bottle -
this man would soon be known this.-Fort Myei Corn labels Eureka Malt and secure one !*. ;
as -Lesli 's Weekly.A In Save twelve when delivered.
as young their papers bottle free. less than
grave Record, printed gallon
In his behalf. at company's store are 70C per All standard f
an active campaign made all goods bought full sieasnre.
Press. inhonor of j t.E'atrlck's \ boesor drayage. AU of my bottles are .for you. All
Saturday leaves
with Wonder. green last charge for jug dJiak-l0 from 5 5
that Scientific bar at loc per
Mr.. Walpole says Ot whiskies soM over wy than those QuotedSpecial
L its cred. Gorda Herald, brands cheaper liquors
to also
that stands DarPunta VTe carry if
ana probablY Lively Tussle. The cures : wines quoted on application desired. Money refunded good
: A sizes
Burr from the east.coast Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scintific .4_ I ices on large quantities; packed amy
constipation ,
Bailey from Middle Florida. the sou With that old enemy of the race wonder. It cured E. R. Mulfor I f
mules in I .
state should be oft ends ,in appendicitlFo with L lecturer for the patrons of husbandry, For Sale-Pair of small satisfactory.EUREKA mi m men COMPINY .
them portion of trouble i
avoid all serious take 0'CIng's Waynesboro, Pa.: of a distressing ease splendid condition also good '2horscwagon. I Ii Jacksonville, Fla.

cognized, and. that section of Fk-. jtomach' New liver Life and PiUs.bowels They perfect .f piles. It Jieals the wounds worst burns.chilblain sore i Apply" to J. J., TIpton 57 S. I 13sv_ Bay..St.
Ida would show a popular bolls ulcers. cuts .. .
pal I ,. "
up ,
at T 3- 3-n l f -
Me- lY regulate these organs & Co and sault rheum. Only 25c. } Main 'St.,,O a1a Fla. I, .
In few days.-JacksonvlUe 25c. at Tydings m
a (r discomfort.. m 4ins & C.. druggists., -

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: ; .For ign,: Missionaries..' 'The Satisfied Editor Pure Evasion. O secure the biggest'

,<' -' ,
; A well informed JTexas paper' as fertil-' '
< of
corn :
erts that' missionaries to foreign field Last evening I was talking i. When this paper challenged Hon.Kathaniel Ii crops :1

are accomplishing very little good be used :}
x= With an editor aged and gray Adams' statement that "the izers must
along real spiritual lines; that the so-
called conversion of heathen I Who told me of a dream he had,
j every tate of Florida has thousands upon Apply at least 500.
rr estimated to cost ten thousand dol I think:'twas Christmas day, liberally.
{ lars. Probably one In a thousand fe thousands of children of school age wih
the Reserve
While snoozing in, his'office, pounds to acre- Royal
a{ really converted to true Christian re that are annually 'denied a thorough ;
: Ugion. There Is plenty work for 'th The vision came to view, 8
education for want of cent. nitrogen percent
common school 3I ,
missionaries In this country wltho For he saw an angel 'enter, per .iII
: going abroad in quest of convert funds and facilities," the Jasper Newspromptly available phosphoricacid ,

.> Take the missionary fund and ex pen' Dressed in garments white and new accepted the challenge and ,.';::' !-;'
._ it In supporting poor women and fatherless Said the angel: "rm' from heaven.' and cent. POTASH. 4-
Ft 5 children who need It and thIs is the way It sets forth proof 9 per .....,.
? let the orientals H alone." The Lord just 'sent, me down, } :
"go -Ocala '
that Florida children are denied a POTASH is a most impor
v = Banner.. To' bring you up to glory, school OCALA MINING LABORATORY.; I : 4
"" thorough common education _
:I i was to the above And factor in corn culture. ," '
sorry, see In the put on your golden, .crown.You've ant P. T. CHREIBER. >'.
> > for want of funds and facilities. $ > __, t
r .. 'Banner of the 18th Inst. been..a-frlend to every one, books for 0 .
-' "The last biennial report of the state Our practical Consulting and Analytical Chemist Member f
1. It Teveals a lack of Information And worked hard night and day; of the Society, of Chemical Industry Lou- ";.' -
superintendent of instruction, page 85, for the Member of Use Chemical f
and therefore the writer Jumped. at You've favored many thousand farmers are yours .don ED& Aineaican :,
t shows that the average length of the Society. '
g : conclusions. Those, who have made a And from few received your pay, terms asking-no cost or obliga P. O. "lor 703. / 1
r. that the public schools are ,
study of foreign missions tell t So
us that we want you up in glory, -
taught are only 108 days or 648 hours. tion of sort and a vast OCALA FLA.
; Oct
," it costs less money to save a heathen For: you have labored hard, any t;. If- :-
There are 3,130 working hours in a
l.. than It does to save American. sin And the good Lord is preparing fund of invaluable information Messrs. Strauss & Co Wholesale Whisky 13
year according to the laws of thIsstate ,
,bk .,' ner.. That means that if we spend Your .eternal, Just reward I ',':"
yet the.. public schoole were open in them. t
Merchants Ocala Fla
-J- ten thousand dollars on a foreign convert Then the angel and the journalist ,
to the Children but ,648. hours of these. i "

,. : ,,, we spend more than that on a Started up towards glory's gate, The children of this state are denied Address. GERMAN KAU WORKS. Gentlemen.In accordance with your

home convert. But when passing Hades NMV Yod. 93 Nassau Street. or .

2. It Is, shocking to think that enlightened The angel murmured: "Wait!. 'a thorough common school edu' Atlanta. Ga.-22tf So. Broad Street nstructions, I visited (your -wareLcuse < n
cation because the schools are notkept '
men In this Christian land I have a place to show you.
the 19th instant and selected
open long enough in each year -per onally
will put a commercial value on the It's the hottest place In hell Mr. J. B. Killebrew, of Tennessee, is .
for a thorough common school education
from stock of
? ;' salvation of a heathen soul and the Where the ones who beat subscriptIons dead. He was one of ,the South's re your a cample .
T to be obtained in them.
.moral uplifting of a nation! .Christ liances in its time of strain and stressa
Now if our brother'News will allowus
: l. did, not say it would cost too much In torment always dwelL"" generation .ago, one of Its wisest "Strauss' l Reserve"whisky
to do a little figuring with his figures Royal
for him to die for those who reject And, behold, the editor saw there and most practical leaders .in its time
above we will be right good-after
A'' him. If Adam had been the only'sin- His old subscribers by the score, of rehabilitation and one of its sanest

ner Christ would have died for him, And, grabbing up a chair and fan, we get through! and farseeing counsellors as it faced the analysis of which shows it to
There are 365 days in each year or
? whether salvation was accepted or not He wished for nothing more; again the sunrise, now rests from his contain
thereabout. If we deduct 52 Sundayswe
The relative value of the price paid But was bound to sit and watch them labors. AAhas :

: ", # and the, possible returns did not enter As they sizzle, singe and burn, will have 313 work days; if we allow Alcohol (by weight), per cent. .. . 36.66 -- Y i s

,. ten hours per day for work we ---------- Alcohol (by volume), per cent. . .43.61 I '
into the And his wou'd ]
Ens computation. But such eyes on debtors
s is the commercial Whichever will figure out just the "3,130 workinghours I MclVER and ,MACKA Degree proof, per' cent . :. . 87.10 !
spirit and material way they'd. turn; I
in a year, according to the laws Residue on evaporation, p cent. . 0.660 '
; aspirations of the carnal mind, that Said the angel: "Come on brother -=g
of this state," that our brother editor_ Ash, per cent. . . .. . . .f :. : 0.011
F, : men will not view a moral or religious editor, r"a
figures above. Reducing sugar, per cent. . .. 0.225
i work without putting a dollar mark There's the pearly gates I see."
Now, to draw our inference from the Volatile acids, per cent . .. . 0.027 ,
upon it and 1 they out in But the the editor only muttered ? ?
cry greatpain ; brother's statement of facts, we settle Amy alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. . 0.073 "'I Y< !
if 'This is heaven ". p Tfjj
money ;Jingles anywhere beyond enough for me. <

-.' their own' door! Multiplied -Anon.. down the following convictions: Be I The above results show the whisky to be L-T A"J'} tl

cause the state does not require her KiK- ?" *** ***
;. : thousands may be spent for liquor, The above was not the Ocala Banner's FUNERALDIRECTORS. -
public schools to be taught 313 days in i a carefully of high grade
;,c .that .makes, and women yet the poor objector and childrenfatherless has no dream for his subscribers rush the year-whIch Includes Saturdays as and that it has been disstilIed'from a clean

over each other in ordeh to pay their well-and ten hours per day, making pure grain ni d
w tears; but let a dollar go for the salvation T The amount of fusel oil and of volatile
4' over each other. in order to pay their in all 3,130 hours taught per year acids is'very low. ,

the old of a.heathen Is and Immediately subscriptions to their favorite paperand "the schools are not kept open long Haw a full stock-1-of Coffins Casket Respectfully, .
song sung the poor!
r : he has selected for each one of enough in each year for a thorough and Burial Outfits. Special given to F. T. SCHREIBER, Chemist
this, talk about the "poor"
them a golden crown and a seat common school education to be obtained Burial services. :l
is poor talk, and reminds us of Judas .

who was so solicitious about the near the great white throne. in them" therefore, "thousandsupon Embalming to Order -

s poor that he sold the poorest man the Hon._Edd L. Wartmann. thousands of children are denied ..-.....--.-"- .- .. FOUR FULL QUARTS J3.50 EXPRESS
a thorough common school educationfor PREPAID.

_a ,. silver world! ever"Let saw the orientals for thirty go it pieces alone of!" No that want of funds and facilities." Jerry BurnettV .
man ever entered

__ : \, the But early where church would said we.: "Let have the been Anglo had nent place'halls than achieved Hon. a Edd.more L. prom Wart!- Eureka Nut ced.! -Ta-ta; Solong-Cocoa and Merchant-

Saxon go u alone?" Let the reucs uiN man or whose influence Rockledge. News.. I

ancestral, superstition, still clinging to quickly and was more STRAUSS & 003
__ : continuously recognized. The April Delineator. .
us, reply. He Tailoring.Ocala
was made chairman of the com- .
L. W. MOORE. To the woman of fashion ,',;(
mittee on state institutions, which had the April -1

:i Shop Shots. In charge the now famous Buckman Delineator will be more than welcome, Florida. Sole Owners and Distributors.
_ bill, which is an issue in state poli- for it contains an array of attractive

s garments that will enable her to select Finest Imported and'Domestic ,: OCALA. 92.

,p. Many a clerk has made customers tics.Mr. Cloths. FLORIDA,
: and develop in her
Wartm nn's first work was 'the own home -
for the store by being possessed of %
_ preparation and Introduction or whatis everything necessary for any occasion. Cutting -4
patience unlimited. Patience is to Specialty '----_ _,
known as the armory bill and Apart from, matters of style, there are Fits Guaran1 eed.
salesmanship what oil. is to
'" -, which would have..saved to Marion' two stories byyell known writers: -

x If yo"ur"clerks do not exercise patience county the sum of J3.300, the amount "The Flight of Jim Charles," by Al- ( McMillan Bros.
serving customers, do not
due from the state for rentals but bert Bigelow Paine and "The Stolen
'. lose your patience !in trying to teach "
the bill after passing the house by a Speech, by Joseph A. Altsheler. In
t them the virtue._ Education by Mail!
good majority was unfortunately_held the latter, loand politics are equal. I Southern Copper Works .

The clerks who 'up in the senate. ly blended, and the hero not only wins No leaving home or employment to get an eda-'
co-operate with the eation. CtiUMenysp .re time studying at toma,
r management" toward 'the making of Mr Wartmann was also the author the passage of the school bill for ook- eep1ng, AriUuuetia, Algebra, Geometry Manufacturers Turpentine Still

_ : the successful store are clerks tot i of the .bill regulating the speed of automobiles which he Is fighting but the girl who Thrsghly Grammar Rhetoric Taughtby,Selena MaIL*,HistoryJjUin.nc Teachers aided

,< ward whose advancement the management in cities and towns and on spurs him on. A, new series that is to tree.pass Address.eaminetional0ySOteaeceaCatalagea I,I.HIaIF.SPalattaFla : and General Metal Workers. I

.. will, co-operate. Success is the the'public highways of the state. sure to please many is "Famous \mI I

: fruit of co- 'peratlQn and reciprocity. He was a faithful diligent and 'set- I erican. Songs," and in this number of .._u..u....._..._..__....., __ ..... .. ,....___ '1.J

z .; Study the store windows in.the near- vicable representative, active and i the magazine the author, 'Gustax

:..- est large city to 'you.' If you have no alert on all questions, and especially Kobbe tells of that song of the homesick Old Stills:: taken in exchange for new ones. Patching H

business that takes you to the business on those which concerned the Interest), "Old Folks at Home." An Am- --WATERMELONSe ( [ ---- through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or l|

a; centers, make it your business togo of his own county. erican lady's, housekeeping .... wire will receive prompt attention at either of the S

), S 'for the purpose, of studying I store )Jr. Wartman came to thIs. county in Morocco-the Land of Brigandswill follcwing works -. .. .. ,. .. iFAYETTEtflLLE

windows. when sixteen years of age and to show prove interesting reading, but it Good Money in Growing Large Wa- .

: .. 'S the stuff he is! is doubtful if will termelons. < (
r .t. made of it is only nec- many care to trans- N. C. SAVANNAH

,You may be as full of ideas as the essary to say that the only port themselves and their families to ,
employment I have been planting each JACKSONVILLE FLA
egg is full of meat and yet the other he could find was "working in that lawless country. "Portia" the year MOBILE ALA :
for several years, from 70 to 100
> fellow will think of' things that neveroccurred an orange grove and this he did for noble heroine of Shakespeare's ":\Ier- .
acres in Eden
variety of Watermelons
"_ to you. ., Study the methodsof four years. Many a lad would have chant of Venice," is the subjects a -
and have
.. every live merchant whose business clever sketch good money
_ grown discouraged and thrown up his by Dorothy Donnelly,
every I
year. secured oood
Is ,within reach. job but young Wartmann based on her own impersonation ol -
was madeof Eden seed to begin with and have
sterner stuff and, the the character. To the many good We
-i 'v The window is the illustrated supplement and determination he illustrated pertinanity in his things usually provided for the children improved them each year, by- selecting Never Disappoint Our Patients.

-. of the seed from
store. In it are pictured my only larges

;- / .. the best' things the store has to ;youth shows "that the boy was father two exceptionally bright and well shaped melons, I have We Fulfill Every Promise and Haver Hold Out False Jtiptt.
to the man" and have been added; and for the bus
these without
:offer, arranged in the best possible characteristics, y them dried in the shade which WE SSJiWSi or det. the knife or boucle and V rleocel* =
so pronounced and prominent woman in the home everything per cored AUOD from bmineast Contatfouj BUrf *
.style. Everyone likes a look at the then tai'ning will when properly planted always return, without .rem'J'' OF mineral aseztsrel IAaI .l Ma"ly
still abide with him and have made to the inner working of the Vigor PosItiYely eared; no ttmnUr.t bat per aa-*
supplement if it is a good one. come up as they are sound and The Dr. King Medical Co.U an Institution orgsnUtdsBdww.;
him the man that he household is touched on in the variousdepartments. : \ laws
s is. full. I have 1500 Ibs. of choice ;-: of me state of Georgia for the treatment asd\ oaNofadI
The clerk He has since become nerTous aadebroiladiMuei. Dr. N. !t. King, the taaader.I11f -i .
who the
looks.grouchy when owner of seed to offer at 50e per,lb. When I this institution,U the chief comult specialist being-'"
asked to do something little many groves and been prominent 11f by a stag of eminent physician and lurle a out of Hon. Edd L. Wartmah- Citra you send your order for seed and I OUr auoeeu fD U treatmeotof ebronle them. II Dl1rJ'I'
_ along the ; a led WI both medical
the regular work. lines of many r ua and elaotrical agenclea.
something "he enterprisesand
Col. R. F. Rogers of Electra: Hon. wish me to do so, I will instruct Our offlcei art equipped with ail the galvanic, f trade tat**
wasn't hired to do," is likely to find has done, much to promote the Frank you how to j lea,%rsy,violet ray,and nnsen ray: In faC10 every el OHconulranofl
Clarkson of prepare
Jacksonville and fertilize and known to the medical profl 81on. OurMnluriia'J
& ., his employers rather slow in growth and development of the modern in
raising and county Mr., W .J. Crosby, of Citra were cultivate. Let your order come. inn trained and every efficient respect attendants and we,regularly employ qaallned none bat Vedea tte ::
his 'wages for state.It I
doing just so much. once. I and licensed
among the many visitors in Ocala o at I sold the same kind of I Wo pby l iins being in eharg
I eela1
a. e almost goes without that employ BO misleading mean to IWC1Ilt patient*
= saying Saturday. seed over S:, C., Ga. and Fla.,, last I t \ & & rso0.0.D..or unasked for-eraun) art-Mot:.t
Every, dog has his day and the mer- Mr. Wartmann will be re-elected a .5 i 1 bytbit Initatioo. Our terms fortmtnv average from-'
_ ,; chant who .finds himself year which gave perfect satlsfaci. i to 110.00 per month,(medicines Included) .,jd we glf e the greet'
loaded member of I. of
up the legislature. The action Mr. Marcus Frank has returned tion. once a cure within a specified time.
.' with big stock REfERErfCEIS.i ire raenesstull'aaa
M a of Irish setters of the CHRONIC DISEASED
: !I citizens of his own district from his purchasing trip to New York I II. 1YB M' l'n r" nenur wre sH ehmato .
: when bull terriers are all the and \1 D each U Kidney and Bladder trop Iet,
rage throughout the I.
county and other FURHAN J1LWlJJ
pre- cities and he selected a STILL j I' f4JJJ fiydrooele Drains _-.., etc.., =
won't do very much business. sages and foreshadows as much.Collier's stock of goods: that will j UNTILCUQEQ. Dlleue.. Tumors and maUgaaat troubles \ IDdaILt
challenge the Nose Bead
.,, *' Blackville, S. C. i N. K. KING M. (X Chronic Throat and Lungs. Diseasei ef rss,
admiration Diseases of Women, loch Plip! c airA
of the u
Better to have fifty things down inyour Weekly l has an article on patrons of this well i iI 'CHIE ConauLTiM ftmiauL DanataralDiaotarges,and men weaknesses of women.
"want book" and decide not to good roads and battle ships and known establishment which is every I i fV rite sends tar regarding literature. you,including condition symptom U you are blanks aick-or for afflicted.borne treatment.On reoaeit V*
order them. than to fall to put down day growing more and more popular. lit Will i tiON8ULTATION, EXAJttlMATIOX AND ADflCEFREE -

h' the preference to the former,Wand KING MEDICAL
,:" .one thing that you really need.None why The snow blockade which has exist Wis uu., = es: 'tre esu"& Atialtta Oa-
not? Good roads
: of the new ways of doing bus1I.1t"ss are In every way the ed on the southern line of the Denver "

-; and getting it to amount to mightier. Battle ships rust and become and Rio
since :March 11, was .
/S much if you don't have what people antiquated and often sink bu broken Friday by the arrival, in Du- PayYoul!" -:--- --

: ,.- want to buy and have It when they good roads are a joy forever. The good rago, CoL of a through train from I ;;

: want to buy It-Printer's, Ink. roads movement is on and will not Denver. S. A.

'down. Like the winding rivers that t twelve days After being snow bound for : Standley & Co l
on the
t :: .Mr. Harris, of the Ocala Banner refuses flow from the mountains to the sea lofty summit of You
: Cumbreas have
pass, fifty' miles Real
from any Estate "
to the a
meet Hon. R. Hudson Burr In they must also become the care of the 1 IF to sell 0
B r a-proposed joint debate on the value government.Turn about Is fair play a trainload of fifty J

..':. of the services rendered by the state and the inland people must now be passengers arrived.. in JUamosa. OR 91 ., : r { The PinQocIe of Human S\ilL
c > '- .c;: railroad. commission, but .offers the put on the rolls
t f the federal treasury Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Johnson, of I Has been reaches*. In our carrJaeoJI

free use of the Banner's columns for and get some of the benefits tha Clinton-. C. are spending their 1C Yu're thinking of 'It
coming -
; -t '!r,':-.}tr.: Burr to present his side of the flow therefrom. The young men wh honeymoon in Qcala as the guests of IF to Florida for a home. ,, r ; .-buggies and harness. The only Ft?, i

s1 < !,' question,' which is doubtless worth fight our wars largely from' r i
come the t5.
more cousin, Mr. Troy. Herring and they, can ever be better Is to raise J
t, :: 1 -
than a .joint.Iebate, would be. interior- the farms
are located in the are stopping at the 0R.
.: i. Carlton -house. pinnacle standard-a t
; Newspaper -elevate the
.'"" space is worthraore_ than. .interior and to market them in a They speak very hlghf ,
our little !
'-lip sp ce" every 'time.-Mafianaa: cheap You desire to.invest in .
and expedioua toLth foun:
manner e ,city and also of our delightful IF any even then our vehicles will be -
Times climate kind of Florida .
Courier. '_ .
; >; nearest part is as Ilportant''as' t o property, "
at the top not so high
transport them They are
-I across seas after they' -. ,
"f : Red. W, II. \Tambold, one :'of \the TO SEE- E
reach At the'earnest
the seaports
} :', most 'eloquent preachers in the' Bap.. .' solicitation of a num* 1 prices, though as to be out of & ,
ber of OR -
A, the most prominent citizens$ of WRITE oncanx.c
tt tistlcburrh,$vas '-a passenger onth. a ,. ,Mr. ,and Mrs. .Christian- Axwh Alachua r.e'- of most vehicle users. Let us Q"
county,: Hon. H
south jyj- H. -
o bound Xc.slt railway Satur.. have been" spending'the'isinfer''" McCreary,

,, ''pie day:of and Blitchton. preached. Sunday.for the.-.govd, pee. Baltimore Meadows .returned- to. their home at Th in editor of to the;re-enter.Gainesville the Sun race has for consented the J. H. LIVINGSTON & SONS ,<'. you. figures. J 1

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-':" ''ANTHONY, AFFAIRS.' t McINTOSH: NEWS NOTES. f PETER STANLEY ON POLITICS. and the clash of the sword is hear say their evening prayersJ" Now setting THE NEWS OF BELLEVIEW.

.E' aside the pleasure of fixing th --
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Little Miss Flora Belle Polly Invited -
After :& .week's silence Blue, Bell Special correspondence Ocala Banner This is a remarkable age in the political of the pens of the press. Politics little ,beds and tucking the little darlIngs \
all her littlo friends to help her
her drooping eyes and'looks outer education has made the way possible in, there really are important
pens McIntosh March 7,-The effect of! situations of the country. celebrate her fifth bIrthday Saturday'
: the beautiful world, and the;yrf and the remrakable success of the reasons why the mothers should nlt
\ esti It is the age-or the degree- In politics The little folks had
the late
cold snap can now be afternoon. a roy-
hten' with Pleasure1and surprls present president has crAted the pattern yield this privilege' to any one else. In

),f spring; Is here In all Its beauty.;Am. mated for a certainty, No ,damage when men are measured by the by which it might be done. Lethe the first placet: It is -the time of al al good time. ..

* first thought Is that she has: no whatever to orange crop; slight dam square of fitness instead of the color southern boys rise to a degre times when a child is Inclined to shop, Miss Sophia Rhelneohl spent Satur .

ritten .to her favorite paper, '(Thinner < age to early, vegetables, such as beans, of their political banner and the capacity equal to the occasion. its confidence and affection. All it day and Sunday with friends in Ox-.

, ) for a whole week.. But shell cucumbers, melons etc. While there of their lungs. With best wishes, little secrets come out; with more ford.Mr.

now'try to make up for lost time is no loss on some of these crops tc The political fever which raged with PETER 'STANLEY: truth and less restraint its waywardness A. L. Nott made a business tripto
Sirs, Edd C7armlchael was the sues some parties, others who are not sc such alarming rapidity a few summers CItra Fla. Mar. 1905. through the day canbe reproved Ocala Tuesday. .

t her sister, Mrs N. B. Plummer, fort : favorably located sustained pretty ago has been fanned by the gentle o- and talked over with less irritation Mrs. Charles P.. Davis of south Lake

w days this week. heavy loss breezes of reason as they softly stole DAISY NOTES.) and excitement and with a ten Weir, was shopping in our town Mon -

fir' Charlie- r Boyles of Sparr was i ale As the crop 'was .cut somewhat passage across the entire country derness and calmness calculated tc day. .

sant caller In our town Tues. shorter the prices for what remain from Maine to California and from The recent cold did very little damage make a permanent impression. Sirs. :Mortley of Ocala. spent two

will likely be better therefore the people the great blue lakes of the snowdraped here., The beans look just. a little We must make' it a habit to talk days of' last week here with her..

1'Yr.. Claude McCray .and Mr. A. B of this section consider the per- north to the sun-kissed shores of touched' to our children in order to get from daughter Mrs. Pratt ,

:oore, of Silver Springs, were guetss centage of loss too small, to mention. Florida's balmy landsAnd "A young farmer has made his ap them an expression of their feelings Mr. and Mrs.. French and, Miss May >

t;Mr..,.Hillman Sunday.Hi3SLillian Hiss Sadie Baldwin and her guest human blood has cooled to a pearance at the 'home of Sir. and Sirs We cannot understand the characters French left Tuesday for their summer -

Bassett one of Citrus Miss Smith from Macon, Ga., are normal stage-the' true degree of per- W Priest of- these little ones committed to oui home in Connecticut .
accomplished taking in Ocala and Silver Springs. unless are patient with them Mrs.: James Cantler of Candler.
)unty'a most highly fectness in all things proper. Our friends, :Mr. C. Martin and family care

)nag:teachers and a most charm In j E. E. Barkely and Cliffodr Ayer took Political fevers are very damaging. have moved back to the old homestead Every mother who carefully studies spent the past week here visiting rel

)unglady.spent, ; a few days at An- in Ocala and Silver Springs on* Sat- They are detrimental to good govern in Daisy. They have come tc the temperament of her children helpsin atives. of

jnyIast week. While here"she was urday. None of the visitors from ment. They are dangerous to the stay as it were, until death do then Its character building. First impressions i Mrs. Whisenant was the guest "

Ie guest of her father, Sir. J, D. Bas- here to that noted place of the past peaceful conditions of neighbors; of art are ,always the most lasting !her daughter Mrs. Walker at Roch-

:t tt; W regretted having her with us few days have returned yet communities of counties of states of An exciting smash-up occurred hen and the last word and good-night.kiss elle from Friday until Sunday. _

Miss Anna Gist is visiting Miss is' sweet benediction. Mr. Alfred Nellis has gone to St
, so abort a time. rations. he: other day. While coming in from as a
llisS Kate IJddon, who has been the Cora Griffin of Ocala. When neighbors disagree and become a drive :Mr. Hughes' horses became -F. M. Petersburg to spend a couple .

W. E. Allen and wife drove throughto weeks before returning to Gloverville
1'![miry1 teacher at this place for the argumentative upon the political frightened at some hogs and ran the ?
The 0. K. Will Entertain. s
at, two years, returned to her homebcaia Ocala on Friday.S. situation it is generally positive symptoms vehicle against a stump and smashed New York.
H. Galtskill shipped from his Mr. Pittner of Hawthorne has cometo
Their Inter-
L Tuesday. We regret losing : of a political fever. Neither the horse
It to fragments.
' noted stock farm another carload of votes The enterprising young proprietorsof relieve Mr. Bradley on the section,
) attractive and lovable a young lady ests are identical and their the driver received a srcatch.Mr. .

'im our midst Misses Sue and those good beef cattle last week to should be united for their common in- nor Cason went to Anthony Saturday the O. K. grocery will give a de- while Mr. Bradley recuperates for a

will carload of lightful tea to their lady friends and few weeks.
ice Xlilllgan accompanied her homer Palatka, and ship a :erests. and reports everything on the
afternoon, April -
baled hay to Ocala today. It is fast to customers on Tuesday
rule is applicable '
)r. few days The same nove in that thrifty section of our tea other deli- NOTICE .,
the third. Besides
jfei. are sorry to learn that Mrs. becoming that Mclntosh not only has ::ountles, to states, to nations. %

rebb' -Is, quite sick and wish her a oranges and vegetables to ship, but Political fevers are also detrimentalo Bounty. extremely refreshments will be served. Mrs. In[ the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial -
Mr. Harper is looking Miss Sue Barco and Circuit of Florida-In and
Howard Clark
and hogs, and sheep, and corn
They are
} tedy recovery. : iheerful.; Cause the gum Is rollingn assist the for Marlon County-In
IT. Chester Hillman and sister. Miss and hay, and no place of its size i for idleness and unnecessary loiter- being shippedn Miss Sara Harris will Chancery..
daily and spirits are
I Clark at this delightful func
probably in the United States ships Slessrs. :
at the home of Mr. i quantities. Bessie I.Davenport Complaintant vs.
guests tion.
nnie were
and remarkable of Order
as many eggs the present age is here this season William, R. Davenport -
brighter Defendant
1d Mrs D. Grantham, at Sparr Sun- The Clark Brothers have their store for Constructive
less than 800 to 1,000 dozen eggs per American 'politics cool common sense .
it has been for many years. Defendant
\ In most attractive manner It is ordered that
. up a
] r. week. controls the voters and competency completion herein named to-wit: William R. Da-- -
is nearing
Blue Bell had the pleasure of beat and The new shop and one would have to go a long dis- to
At a called meeting the patrons iincereness, genuineness of purpose irenport be and is hereby required
the "egg pippin" at Sir. Thomaltner'1 md is furnished with ,.the latest and handsomer establishment to the Bill of Complaint in this
Ig; iroters of the Mcintosh sub-school md faithfulness of principle is given, tance to find a grocery appear .
tools. Everybody is before Monday, the 4th
We all had most Improved ause on or \
Saturday eight Ilrectorate held at the school house "creed" "banners" and 1906.
( preference over cell and sociable. The far. lay of June,
bIg time. ,Lots of hard boiled eggs, Saturday afternoon, J. K. Christian, absurd platforms in the aspirants for pleasant It Is further ordered that a copy of
did nera are busy herding'their cattle, spending this order be published once, a week
lenty office cake, and the way we W. Norsworthy and Earnest Boyer Mrs. Jean K. Austin is
j. public favor. the For eight consecutive weeks in the ,
which brings back to us memory
:I. eggs was a caution. EverybodyI were nominated for trustees to be This is the result of political educa- this week in Atlanta where she Is the Ocala Banner a newspaper publishedin
time they always do. at ; of cow-pen: days. Now boys, be smart L. A. Finch and Mrs. said county and state. -
i a good as irbtedfor at the regular election to beheld ion. Never before in history were guest of Mrs.
This 26th day of March
I and mind the gaps.
home. And 'ask a cerlID McConnell at their home on
'1ls pleasant Bessie T. SISTRUNK
April I my people more competent to vote t [Seal.]
if she wanted for Circuit Court, Marion county,
. young, lady eggs Orange trees in this section never than the American people are today. and Peachtree View. Clerk -
Mothers Children. Florida. -
lakfast ,Sunday morning.'he ooked better. They show a.very heavy There has been a time when the poli- Carnegie aged 25 years. \llred & Davis, IL L. Sistrunk.Complainant's .

writer had the, pleasure of be- bloom, which is now at its best, and amore ician rode to office on the ignorancef mothers, who wife Mrs.of William Andrew Carnegie's nephew Solicitor D. C.
be some
There may 330. -
19 at the home of 'Miss Jessie Owens beautiful sight one seldom met the dark She
the voter. That time is in eel it self denial to leave their fire- died at Dungeness Tuesday nIght.
t"::Sparr' Sunday, It is one of the with. At no time since 1894 has the a daughter-in-law of Mrs. Lucy Mr. Will D. Thomas has gone.to f
children was a
si ide and parlors to put their
10St beautiful homes of the south. rop been more promising.. Some good ast.Even the clod-hopper farmer I knows 'bed. They think the nurse could Carnegie. Miss Sara :Agnew, of this Seattle, Washington with Mr. A. E.:

'he great oak trees and the beautiful sales' of orange grove property have what politics are. A great many learned to do just as well and that it is of no city, was Sirs. Carnegie's nurse during Owens and expects to make his homein

ower gardens are charming to the made lately in this section and but it that city.
!)been the lesson by experience was who "hears the children her last illness.
In the spring
fa. And especially the demand Is growing.J. a good school and they learned it 1

hen.everything is so green and beau- C. Norsworthy and wife from SI. we 11.

ifuL I should like to say more abou Canada with Miss G.V, "
Thamas, Such conditions In politics are responsible S M HKflHM HB Hi
t his: grand place but other busines;
Louise and
Norsworthy and Miss for the very best form of government -

ow"awaits me, I Edna from this place, making a visi Responsible for the setting '

| BLUE BELL. to Ocala this week. forth of every best man for office '

P.J5.-We imagine we, hear weddin; Mrs. L. Bradford principal of thiMclntosh from counties up to the entire govern .

ale ''Jingling In the eastern part of: high school, and Mrs. A. L. ment. RETTIENEIDI.WITH

o'-'i-wiu.', ,. Blue BelL Smith of Boardman, drove to th President Roosevelt who has eclipsed !

(LEANINGS-" FROM ,''GAITERVILLEjV "brick city"' ,yesterday. the entire world in the rapid and ,

jV. Capt. Claude Davis, popular conductor successful building of an international :.
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on the A. C. L. has been und r popularity unsurpassed and c ,
Correspondence Ocala Banner .'
the weather for some time and Is; who has attained the highest degree in ,
For some time past your correspon-- <
home trying to recuperate.Miss American politics ever reached by THE BEST LINE OF ,
eat has been silent owing to the fac
Ella Banks, of Barnesville, Ga. those whose names stand upon
hat" he has been engaged in an oecuatton .
who have been spending* the winte the pages of history Jike great
that has made,it impossible for '
!here. with her sister, Mrs G. A. Flew-- monuments to remarkable deeds, owes,
to to keep up with the incoming '
ellen, left for her home in Georgia at least, a sentence of recognizance to .
1 ad outgoings of the people of this lit-

.le,.community, but he shall try ,now last week. political education.In .
The county candidates are now looking making this statement we would
nd gather up a few gleanings. to Goo
after the McIntosh voters will not detract one sparkle from the SprinWe s
{ Notwithstanding the cool nights

.tie past week crops are looking well some degree of interest.SGRAHAMVILLE.. grand man's glittering crown and add

with pleasure that his own fitness to
'he_ oat crop Is especially fine. Most .,
.t! create the distraction is beyond com-
timers have finished planting corn
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his remarkable administration
parison. By
lud are now busy planting peanuts.Cattle' Ocala. Banner
Special he has shown that it is possible -
men have begun herding Hiawatha still make! f
The steamer
ts the American people in
jjeir. cattle, but find them in very bad from fifty .
audition. tier every day trips carrying a manner to give universal satisfaction Have Ever Had; :

ban at first The expected., loss la iVSR greatei ; to sixty: paaecnfffi, She will' on: regardless: of p HUal prefer ,

bably run-until April. ences. The people, on, the .other hand, '
[The turpepntine men have begun itiraeat Willie Sewell came down from Nashua -
have shown their appreciation regardless -
.... another year's work "thougt last week on a visit to his relatives s .
of political prejudices.And i .
ie harvest be great the laborers arefew.
here. in that lies the possibility of .
.. Atwater and Adams, foreman .
Messrs. the creation of one of the strongest '
;The Pine Level school (Gaiterville)) and blacksmith of No. 1. R. R :
ind most successful political organizations -
C used last Friday with public exer-
Bluff, passed through
Camp, at Sunday :
that has ever existed.

ih.r ises.at the school house at night here Saturday en route to Ocala. I Mutual appreciation of officers and Our Buyer while in New York bought up

were a hundred people presenthe Sam Long of Astor Park came over voters is a power! Its' strong arms of .

T program was an ,interesting one and 'returned Sunday, accompanied -
influence is reaching out. Political -
a nd lasted about two hours. The

thref t nd" school Galtervllle at Ocala young were ladies present, who andrent at- After a' Eaton by successful Miss Creek Lulu term, Miss Long.of Saloma school, to education admire has and taught appreciate the faithfulness peonle how a lot of jobs in Summer Dress goods, etc.,

aught: at sincerity and .competency. Florida,
s Saturday and Sunday with their Sims returned to her home at Anthony will
even Marion county feel this
wents here. Their friends \vere.glad Sunday. Influence in the coming campaigns. be sold at low prices. Watch

to see them home again and only re- Charlie Long, of Palmetto is on a p aigns. which will

retted that their visit was so-short here. ( -
visit to relatives Then, young man. if you would aspire '
MraJobn, Boring of Felicia "was in returned fromOcala
Mr. Frank Holly if have a tal-
to greatness you
G altezville and attended the closing :Monday night He 'reports future announcements. In
uudses last jnt for serving the "dear people"ifyou this for
of the school. She was ac- be 'convalescing.Slessrs. paper ,
Urs. Hollyto are cultivating this talent over
C?mpanled by Miss Louise Boring. Nix and Olden are preparing -
the perplexing cares and questions of i

Undergoing an attack of chicken to start their saw mill to work. he: political situation by a "hum- will sell

?yitr. W L. Horne Is confined tohtS ming mid-night lamp" square yourself the meantime remember we

_bed but will be out in a few days. fo the Trustees of Anthony Baptist
bravely in front of the battle defending -
The friends of Mr. Frank B. Turn Church:
Jentlemen the simple right denouncing
f..ire glad to note the appearance of We take the liberty of telling you in Ocala
will be given a liberal he: simple wrong. That's easyandyet than ,
fccard church cheaper
in the Ocala Banner of last hat every goods any
quantity*of L. & M. Paint whenever the hardest of all things to doo I
,!Wk., announcing himself a candidate
they paint.
do sincerely, faithfully honestly.The
'rthe L. & M. mixed with 3 gallons -
; Oftiof tax assessor and willfoudly 4 gallons
Linseed Oil will paint a moder- next link of opportunity for ..
remember him at the polls. For
ate sized house. those who attain success.at home is a
vet years Mr. Turner resided at Actual cost ,L. & M. about J1.20 per ,, .
How '
grand thought Indeed. proudlyur .
aitervllie. and know his worth. HeW a)Ion. "
we L. & M..Zinc hardens L. & M. White grey-haired fathers, whose shoulders :
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! valued citizen 'of,our section andremoval Lead and makes the paint wear like _; -' : '! ; ': : _;
bear the brunt of burden backn ; .. ; > -
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e. to Ocalawas much Iron.' :;", -- '
very Largest mills in the world use L. & the "dark and gloomy days" read ," THEVARIETY
t:fritted.fU .
.. M. he newspapers' comments upon the
_at Gaiterville wish him success Arnold Print Works North Adams,
used nearly 17,000 gallons L. possibility of a southern president!
[ the Jass.
,.. 'coming -campaign. & M. Paint made with 10,000 gallons low proudly we of the vigarous age .
fi': Uncle Joe. 1.. & M. and 7,000 gallons pure Linseed -
",-f w would cut the name of a country comrade -
t Edgar Fe'rdon, of the new ar- Sold by :McIver & MacKay, Ocala. In monuments of granite as the

hiBl la. first southern president of the Great
!-stone h"ws
r company, returned
'1r;>> iJ.ivtilt to his family at Sara Lost-Between 'Ocklawaha Inn and United States! And its quite possible,

ladies gold stickpin ndeed. For the sake of the battles In
He' Third streets,
4 : Is staying at the. Montehotel south
60's has been thrown aside by mu- .
Finder will be re- he
with pearl.
:. until his family comes to -- -..- -
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'. Grapefruit and Pine. 1 '
At Morse the orange trees are show-
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-iDg; up weIL .
? 3. A.- Moore of Bartow has four 'ABE TRE .
'--acres of eggplant..
Harrell & Co. of Anthony control f -
'00 acres of Rocky Ford cants.
R, H. Rousseau of Boynton received -
; $sa per crate for some cucumbers
shipped a short while ago. OGERYfI
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s- The Dade county fair closed: In a TEAPOT -
blaze of glory. It was by long odds
the most successful fair ever heldLz -
: Prospects for a heavy crop of pinesAt ..
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Boynton were never better. Some _
:fields win,yield over 80 per cent. -- '

There are quite a few commission ..... ..
men and vegetable buyers at Anthony
looking out for the Interests of their
;' firms.,

,- Mrs. Henry Stevenson of D eLand CERTAINTIES ,
haspurchased the grapefruit grove .,
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belonging to )Ir. Harry Winters of '
Jacksonville for WOO.. "

A lithograph of .beautiful Tampa .....
< bay will be upon every orange wrap -
Jof the fruit shipped north from the .
!--' Tampa bay groves.C. ..... ,, 0 '_
G. King Jr., Cleveland O. Is one ....... A
of the owners of the Monarch orange ------- ; 1(...,:......-,. ", .-,', ,- -.'' zJ,' V 5.HA..
grove at Wildwood. This Is said to A.
be one of the finest in the state. ..... !:
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Lee county will have shipped 194,- '
000 boxes of oranges when season Is .
"Ji.. .
over.A crop If 175,000 to 200,000 boxes >" ', .fl' -
to looked for this coming season.D. -

D. House of Chokoloskee has .. .
_: some of the finest bananas on his
} Hnestld river place that has ever been
grown in that section Mr. House
Also has fine peppers and 'other vegetables -

Citra lettuce growers are jubilent
'' over the prices-they have been receiv .
Wildwood cabbage were injUredby .
the excessive rains. However, ,,
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what.: .has been shipped has brought II
good prices. The farmers are busy
planting tomatoes and other spring
.:vegetables and the acreage will be ,; .
large. -'" .
A. E. Root agricultural expert for '
the Carolina Trucking Development
Co. spent a week in Florida visitingthe
various vegetable and fruit grow- ?
,- ing districts to acquaint himself with F.DOYOUFRDgR

.. the best and most profitable crops
t and methods of their cultivation.
IL :M. Lapler, an orange grower of
BasInger has a curiosity in the way
of a. grapefruit seedling. The seed .,'
was planted one year ago, and the '", .
sprout is now about three inches high, -
having In the top a large.and*well developed -
The in favor of
bloom. The seedling is still majority are
growing, being transplanted fn a tin
-- can. -..,
.i f-: Prof.. W. G. Johnson New York is

,,"f v,in of Florida trustees conferring of the .Florida with state the boarn bu- o- explains partly our position with the trade. Our es- f .

J _lea z*-wHh reference the trucking

t .. '.director industry.station to of Prof.Palatka the Jonhson Florida to lay goes plans agricultural with for the a tablishment is reall y' -First Class Grocery Store, an|' .

series experiments for combatting
,,., :; ::'. that peculiar disease to lettuce known ..
_,: ''; "as damping on or 'wllL:"-New York model of its kind.OUR '
Produce News. .,r ... .,," '
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New York, March 24.-Receipts of _::s r ......

,Florida oranges hare been rather
.. light this week ant. ?will be lighter. in
the future. It begins to look as I
'though shipments were about done.I I
except a few lots of Hart's Late, STOCK IS
which will probably be held back for IETEGATF

bigger prices. These will continue
through April arid May and bring fancy -
o prices. Prices are about 25@50c;
higher this week than last, ranging
$3@{. Some fancy brought as high as .
65. These were Tardifis.V .
Grapefruit Is getting scarce and
veiling U@. O. Some of the.28s and
lea sold down as law as $'.54 2-56, HIGH CLASS GOODS are well represented in'fact
but these sizes are not desirable. Discrimination as. are, .
between Brights and Russets -

1$wanting I not'as the great fruit as if formerly it is good., thetrade all grades from the.most

For, an Impaired Appetite expensive to the cheap- 1

4 Loss of appetite always results from
... faulty digestion. All that Is- needed
is a few doses of Chamberlain's Stom- Our .
ach and Liver Tablets. They will invigorate g est. assortment is matchless and
the stomach strengthen the our values T;
digestion and give you an appetite ...
like a wolf. These tablets also act ..; :
as a gentle laxative. For sale by all
t druggists., m unexcelled If desire all the
? Florida's Ahead. you certainties which such Z j

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= Cincinnati. March 24.-The Cincin-
)lat!. Florida & California Fruit Auc insure then call
advantages and
Uon Cos sales Monday: One car inspect our Groceries
Florida oranges, $!.! @1.55; four cars

nesday's California sales oranges.: One$2.3083.45.car. California Wed and Prices Prompt attention and

lemons, J3.05g3.55; four cars California E pronpt delivery; ;
.' oranges $!.05ij3.30. .

; Senator Smoot's Turn Now.
Yours for and
more better
-'. ,Special to the Ocala Banner: business
';i., Washington. D. C, March e,-The
'j Senate committee ( ..
on Privileges and
., Elections.. resumed consideration of thee .
.. "case.... ,_,:-ot". United' States Senator Smoot
-.of, Utah, today and, in accordance with
., '_ >"a.- previous agreement' Is now hearing-
-z. evidence In rebuttal. The hearing TEAPOT
a ;/ wlll- probably consume several days. E RYIllllllNlllld1U11lUIdlU

-/f.A Safe Cough Medicine for Children. --- .
". .o'f In buying cough medicine for chM-
'reJi never be afraid to buy Chamber-
1 Iain's -Cough Remedy*. There Is no
dAnger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. It -is .especially val-
e : qabtefor colds. croup-and whooping
.; 'tcosah., : For, sale- ,by:>alJ', 'druggists.. 'm lldls
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