The Ocala banner
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 Material Information
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: April 6, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002052272
oclc - 18660476
notis - AKP0235
lccn - sn 88074815
System ID: UF00048734:00371
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se' \ Party Tuesday Night' Mrs.. Clara Ch pWl Burnslde and, .

,- ,Mrs. R. i Blake .entertained the To Every, Customer, Based on Business' and :<
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;; ,= :' .: :' L ;'i/: ( t., Tuesday, :nlght. Miss\ Sarah Whitfield. .Daughters of the .Confederacy' most- -- .
hostess.-at one of the. mosi Responsibility. 5 ..
t '. [ c ;" .-..:: )':.j. ..... : ';, -. 'was; .the- delightfully Tuesday afternoon: at the .

uniqueaffairs that has'ever been given residence'-of the latter. .Mrs. E. G. '

'oodsHave ,'i ; ,, ; .In, Ocala. It. was. a '$ls.Hopk. ns'" Anderson .of Dunnellon, was the 'hon MUNROE & HAMJ3.LISst' ,

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'. party; all of the young ladles having or-guest. on this occasion. She is a

j ,., .. been requested to come. representingthis daughter of the late General Walker 4 'BANKERS.. : '.1

and 'someof
t well known character 5
out 'a' volunteer from
who went as '

the costumes were .truly, great a dafforded' Florida: and served for awhile in Ocala, Fla.,'Jan.-27, J906. ,
Arrived and it is the A.. '
.Largest the guests much, amusement South Carolina 'and was killed in 'one .' : I

: For the best. likeness ta '''Sis .Hopkins battles In Tirginia He was -
of' the 1

; Line we have 'ever carried*. Orders ," Mrs. Nelson was awarded of the also a' veteran of the>Mexican. war andservea Mr. and, Mrs. Faucett Give Party.At r- i :
beautiful bouquet pink
#! prize, a t. S ,
a term in congress irom iior- 5 -
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*-' and 'satisfaction carnations.One their home one mile west of townon
( filled promptly of the features of the eveningwas ida.Mrs. RET ,
Blake Mrs. Burnside, Mrs., Anderson Exposition street Mr, and Mrs. H. : ,
cake walk which was very
a ,
and Mrs. F. R. Gary presidento

guaranteed. \ gracefully, led by little Miss Myrtle. the Dickison chapter U D: C., were A. Faucett gave a big Andrew party and Friday Hat- .I
for.their ,
night sons
; The Judges decided in favor -

: ,I Whitfield. Nelson and Mr. Emmett In the receiving line Miss Josie Wil ry Faucett. A 'large number pf young I

: of Mrs. liams'and Mrs. J. Moorehead met gracious and cordial ,
Robinson and they were awarded a people enjoyed the We Have Now in Stock
the guests at the door and Mrs. E. L. hospitality of these royal- enter _

l handsome cake. Carney served them to refreshing_ talners. the Most Complete Line ,of : : 'iRlNGSthatCanBeFotthd

: In the belgnning of the evening each -
POST OFFICE Mm present was requiredto punch. The main' pleasure of the evening i '
of the gentlemen .
features of .
of the One of the Interesting i was dancing'but other pleasures as .
description younglady
write a entertainment was the -
this splendid. well in store for the delighted "
:."' I' best "Sla Hop- : were .4.4Call
F he considered Anywhere. 1 ..
u. of reminlscenses of the
relating this
-- the conclusion to
.. guests'and as '
; read
\ 1 kins.'" These descriptions were f

;-.'.<. TAXES. !tr. D. C, ;Warnery of Gainesville' and the rest of the guests had' war period.CoL happy evening sumptuous and elegant aid See Them. 5. -5 ,
aloud from .
'Martin who went
-.. I representing tbeInternational Harves. < whom the J. M. : refreshments were served The guestsall 4

tax books '*111cIose lots of fun trying to guess Florida af the head of one of its regiments Mr. and Mrs. .
in declaring
: State and 31st.ter.. v.asamong: : the travelling .men unite in ,;
: according to law. otf.March descriptions best .fitted. record unequalled -
which achieved a
ideal host and hostess, and
Mr. Warner formerly Faucett an
at that Ocala Saturday.
f ,AH properties not paid on. During the evening red lemonade, '.
i advertised for sale which resldent' for bravery and heroism was most delightful people with whom to
will be this city.
*itte was a "snaps' sti candy and -pe nuts
'.--will-add extra' cost. ginger first on the' program and the Incidentshe I the evening. .
spend '
*-. Coming In to pay your taxes;, please' ,. were passed and further carried out exceedingly enjoyedand 1 .
tax receipt. Mr. Beinjam'ln J. Simmons; of Central related were
fcrin* your entertainmentLater on '
Wit office lIWffl be the idea of : pleaSing.The Gave Pleasant Birthday Party.
'The: tax 1 ecto s of valued subzscribersin ; his manner was entirely ..
for'about (3) ,, pne our were
31 st and pickles
March olives
/,: closed after sandwiches. were not confinedto -
.week order to make .up the in that section was in ,to see us Saturday reminiscenses
three Jn
served on wOoden trays. for the ladies Friday; afternoon. Elizabeth .Davis, ..
we, Ust.- gentlemen present
come to
t&z morning having renew
; ., E. L. CARNEY Delightful music was rendered by of and.Mrs. D.
the most eldest daughter Mr.
of war the
hia' subscription to his favorite paper. also gave pictures
Co.1ecto Nelson Mr.
\'f ,'W ., Miss Whitfield, Mrs. entertained about thirty of '
Mrs. Edward W. Davis .
graphically and
: Simmons reports things as prospering /
,_ HARRIS Mr. hbo Carlton and Mr.: Mathews. and the Badger led off and told how she het small .friends at a pleasant party Fred 0. B. Weihe .
h his
H SARA in n hO\'d. ,
: evening was rounded out by playing fl._ flav t. ,,:; .t nlrvth anniversarylilt .. < ,
Miss. to Marion me ---- ---" 55. '
Jackson. uemg piuiu
refugeed from ; ,uay "
Local Editor.f. fashioned such as spinning, i I flje Jeweler. I ,
i Miss )Mary- Boyd, of' Boyd| Tank old games county Florida, and lived 'for six of her birth.All of her .guests. were "

: =: ;. the plate etc., etc. She was married little girls with but two exceptions
; ; Alabama, who has been spending a weeks a carriage. L--J

.: 'iIPPEllIHGS ABOUT TOWN. few weeks in Ocala at the Ocala House Altogether Miss Whlttl.eld's party in the 'meantime. and. saw a good deal the little boys thus honored being. ..

was very enjoyable an''most, cleverly and Sanford Dittmer. SA'Deti4tful
G. Edwards.. of the actualities of war.. George Looney -
D. .
her sIsterMrs.
with .. '
,', the following ,
!; }t The prospects, Ocala are all" to the and Mrs..id'. B. Taylor,. left Saturdayfor carried out. Her 'guests were Mrs. Badger was followed by Mrs.: A. Miss Elizabeth, was, assisted- by her Tea at the 0. K. Grocery.Messrs. \ I'

.; : Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. McRae, MissFlorence"Walters interesting aunts.Misses Mary, an'd Edith. Platt., ,
who ----
,:; ,p04. her home Mrs: ;: Edwards accompanied B. Brumby, gave very : : '
Mamie Taylor, Freddie
1"1;' fl -' \ her sister as far as Jacksonville : ; .1 pictures of the war as seen throughthe and her teachers, Miss Annie. Sharpe, S .' .Howard and Harvey Clark: ,

j-! ? W Blount lis 'up rom:Tampa Foy Eloyse Izlar Sara Harris Incidents were Miss Jennie Dunn' and Mrs. Pye and '
,|: MrVB, and they ,went via Silver Springs eyes of a girl. Her the enterprising and hustllnr ,'y ung ,
Louise Moody: Florric ,
..j.for1 alew1 days. t and the. Ocklawaha proprietors of the 0. JC grocery gave _
E. J. Crook Howard .
: Condon. Messrs. that little -
: joying themselves in .the way -
'i'; good deal of laughter and ..amusementMrs.
.;>& W. M. Price of ampa'Is at the watha, and Harry Walters, W. W. Carlton, c. G. M.: Hubbard and Mrs., Fannie girls love best. a most' delightfai tea Tuesday afternoon '

'1: .. Ocala_ 'House for a, few days.I Miss Walters' a very. attractive 1 O":: Fox. W. B. Gallagher, .R. B. Campbell Gary also related interesting epi --. J to their, Udy friends' and, cus-

J. H. Bell. W. D. Taylor E. B. At Yonge's Hall Friday Night. tomers. .' S '
'" younir lady of Tennessee :who has sodes. :Mrs. Hubbard 'gave her experience -
*"" ,and Mrs. William Mario are 'Dozier Leitner.Dr. J. Waltei .The Messrs.:. :Clark .have ,recently
: at PalatkaTfor Duncan 'as"a 'Mrs. told .
relatives '
been y1ittng .[ ; refugee' and Gary' '

:- :"'jww, t residents of the. second \\'ard.,, .sometime. was, a visitor to Ocala Sat: Hood Robert Mathews, Emmett Robinson of .the dlfilculty the mother In'provid- Quite a number at\encfed"the'lecture moved their ,grocery store Into larger ,' 7

<: --:-i- o'f Miss and George Blitch. and r reception. "at Yonge's hall Friday" quarters, 'and'are now located on Mag-
urdayL WJth a party for family had 'at that period I '
ing a
1 Claudft. Haycraft came home from I night. I nolia street bet ween the Ocata' Furni :
\ Walters made the river trip'o Silver when flour was $500 a barrel and cloth ,
['JU :'Dunnellori Tuesday: apd'Is.Vry' .' sick "William Howard1* and Doings of the City Council. Mr. S. p. Williams, editor of the ,turn Comp. ny. ,,and, Metyer',and Mac- .4
: Springs on at the same high figure.
q with; eresypelas.M \ t Modern Maccabee, printed at Fort Kay's.,. They .have a splendid store
drove In to O ala for the afternoon ; were closed by "
The reminiscenses '
,J'i ; bi-monthly: meeting .. their busi
The regular Hunn. Mich- was introduced b'y ,Mr and are daily increasing. ,
'Gallagher .of Tanipa. a held in the council Mr. Frank Harris. ,
: W S. council was .
1 the city, G. W. !JIarttn, and delivered, what waspronounced ness. .
has. lost two valuable fam.wu'ln.O of the afternoon '
'trael1er.Ocal:, Tho e The 'most pleasing feature
popular. young commercial' and chamber'' Tuesday nigth.present } ,, a beuutiful: oration. The .tea: 'on Tuesday.af ternook, was ,
week. Mr. .B. B. King Cot.
ilies this\ was the presentation by
fT-p:: ; ala yesterday,.' '. were Alderman 'Gates, Ford Miss Sarah Whitfield sang prettily very largely attended, erawds being in
family; have gone to" Lake Cfty, to re- Martin to Mrs. Anderson of a beautiful "
: : Weathers: Owen; Robertson Chace and altogether the Maccabees had a the store all the afternoon. Mrs.:Howard -
sIde and Mr.. J. D. Pope has moved of red white roses .
|j :r :;Rbbert, ,Anderson. ; jr.. .is 'suffering, I Sage' and Nelson.5Absent; Alderman bouquet and most enjoyable evening. : Clark an'd Miss Sara Harris assisted" !
family to his turpentine farm .at with 'big bow -of white ribbon.
.of a his' tied a
\ te severely :.from, the effects .
Q1 .' CarmIchael. .the Messrs.. Clark. in, serving. at .
TerrelL We regret very much to lost which he did "in a most graceful !I'-nst ,
Attorney Biggs, Mr. Jewett Sells' his Jacksonville .In5' *
very sore foot, Clerk .Graham City this pleasant affair. A .
both of 'these families. courtly manner, '
; uP4rintendentWilliams t terests. 1'
Marshal Cleveland Windsor 'Palace. Coffee, White Rose
.... < Mrs. Moorehead: read a well known.
Mr Reagan and family are of the electric light. plant --- -
Prank arid Sir Thomas Lipton tea sandwiches
..___, ....,_ : : Col. But'nha.m. of WTt VU. ,< Texas, who LL was' printed 0:1: on tne bacicof '
u Lake Weir, in num poem wnicn Sanford Jewett, .of this city,
)."E IpenillnglUjjj. 'week'at. :: were also pre ent,"as were also a :Mr. J madewith, King n's home, cur ,
I is the .OWflC P f .a pretty grove 'near a Confederate'bill after the struggle -; who half Inter- <
their cottage at that 'place. ber of citizens. a year ago purchased a ed :Virginia ham Heiatz' pickles'andrelishes :
Lake Weir was a visitor here Fri 'had ,
)It' -nded.
: --- -S: ., After the reading of the' minutes,! est 'in a drug store in and the National Biscuit.com-

,'Mr.:, Douglas Hopkins,,, Xlas Walker, day. .He says the groves are now all and reading the reports of various During the afternoon Mrs. Blake has sold out his interest .in the same pany's crackers, were served to the .

't. and several other,young''ladles' of Mc- looking 'exceedingly beautiful and the I committees "the ordinance regulatingand sang a beautiful solo and Misses Irma 'to his partner! ,' )Ir, Hahn. This drug.. yiskors 'I S

1 &ve' greater hopes of. a big Jessilu Martin and Mrs.: Car*
owners Blake.
Ocala Satur- for closing the bar- store before it was purchased by Mr. '
,latosh were shopping in fixing the time These delicious edibles ,are .bandied

-.' day. .. crop! than at 'any. time sInce the, great rooms was read the third time and ney' played:. a number.-appropriate. Hahn. and Mr.. Jewett was wned by by this .firm and the way in which ,

J. freeze. piano solos. McNeil- : but for the
put upon its passage, and was passed Messrs. Leake & they were prepared and rved.Tuesday

Jlr, and Mrs, W E. :McG hagln3 who f Ice cream- and cake was served by past has gone by 'the name of
: unanimously year to their friends.
: \We are Informed by 'a representative : was quite a
sev- and :
from Ocala to Fort. Myers: Misses Irma Blake; Lauragene
Amoved shall meet the approval Hahn & Company.
<, tive of a. Pittsburg .commIssl. n house If this ordinance The Messrs. Clark expect .-to give
'months.ago .now at Tampa Florence Dozier and Lucy Mooreheadand Jewett for :Miami
ot left Saturday
the bar-rooms Mr.
the ,
the peach crop of. the orchard mayor several teas during the summer, and if -
.J1 and will make their home Jn that .city.that this part .of the .afternoon was a '
Warner & Stringfellow, this city wll close' and remain closed where he. will be with .the .,Red Cross they are as pleasant as the one'on.
of Messrs, .
::4i.t and also from 10 o'clock p. m,- until 5 o'. lock ,delightful pleasure. Little Pharmacy in the future. Tuesday they will be quite a success,
steadily situated' In lach a county '
.Ocala's paving .
: goes the '
street flags were given to guests as "
: 'Into effect ,
t7., OWard.. likewise ,the county paving. the-.crop of the peach orchard of theMessrs. a. m. The ordinance goe$' souvenirs of the afternoon.Mrs. Miss 'Tu nley Gives Party. S *
: : the immediately after the necessary S Health is Youth '
set Griffing Brothers in same
'' -QU town and .county continue to -
?: : Blake and Mrs. Burnside's par- -, .--

; tbe pace. coupty. 'were entirely destroyed by the publication.'The of, the pleasantest functions The teachers of the Ocala public ,
:'I.'f 'finance committee recommended ty. was.' one \ Disease and sickness brjng old' age. .
j -- cold of March 21 and 22. of the season and was one that school were beautifully entertained on Herblne. taken every morning before -

.' 'Mrs.-D. ".".. "Mclver will .nvA.her_. _, Sunr. I that a new set of books be opened on 'with deal afternoon by Miss May breakfast will fceep you in ro. I
;. ,, -' g n .. .oasis.- as th.. -----f..5-a.: will be remembered 'a Saturday "UUOL" iday school class 'a picnic, at Silver Mr, Thomas ,A. Edison the great me same : of &nterest.-by the guests. Turnley. The teachers haye formedan sease. It 'cures constipation. biliousness .

folks I the 'world who is. now 'at the electric light plant be run/as a dyspepsia, fever skin liver and \
:'Springs and wizard ,
,Saturday the young One of' 'the visitors at t&s tea, was .association.and delightfully. entertained -
.." proposition an.Its funds be kidney complaints. It purifies the .
.\ are looking.forward to It with a great I his winter home 'at Fort Myers, Florida separate those. collected Mrs, .Casey of Cornell who Js the each month. blood and clears the thecomplexion.

;4eal of pleasure I ,. recently with his family took atrip' kept separate from guest of her daughter Mrs. ,R.. L. ..McClure. MJss Turnley entertained at the residence 1 Mrs. D:-W. Smith. of Whitney Tex., .

1 < to 'Lak Okeechobee. region. The from tax .s, and licenses fines etc. where writes April 3, 1902: T have used
She Is aged. lady one of of Mrs. F, E. Beckham
c of various an .. Herbine .and find it the best 'medicine -
of drainage'
Mr, and Mrs. Forney Lancaster, full of enthusiasm The matter
great inventor is the old settlers of this section and the she makes her' home. Dominoes was for constipation and liver complaintIt

; o.were'marrie4.Thurs a night are.making over that section and predicts' wonderful ponds referred ..to'street committee.The soldier. played and Miss Margaret 1 does all you claim for It. '
of Confederate the
: widow a game\ '
4 their! home, with Mr. Lancasrti future for Florida. bid of :Mclyer and MacKay accepted L I can highly recommend it 50c
c Taylor won tbe prize. Sold by alldruggists. m
tire'station.. Bids
and Mrs. J. T. Lancaster. '; for repairing
parents, Mr, .
: and punchwas
cake. candies
Ice ,
Millinery Openings. cream,
/ '_ ._ S : Mr." W D. Thomas has left Florida for street sprinkling laidover. served during the afternoon. S Got the Money.. .
.55 his I Resolution was passed authorizing the
making '
'Gordon after Wr Seattle, Washington Mr ,G. A. Nash and Miss :Mary Af Miss Turnley had as her guests besides --
Sheriff js at home last Will is the youngest purchase of a chemical, fire engine. '.The money bo$ at "Edd's Place" to
exit Saturday schools
'of the public ,
He fleck both held their spring and sum the teachers \ \
N-t .absence-ol, several weeks. Watford was .elected night policeman certain
late Captain Charles Mr. \ which' purchaser of a
of the every
son ladies Miss Sharpe I
millinery openings Monday and the following : ,
;: its been' visiting at PlantCity: Green Farm. For vice Mr. Hodges resigned. An mer _" i. ; opened
Thomas. of the Horseshoe Mrs. Pye and Miss Dunn of the.kindergarten amount was given a key, was
; Spring an Tampa. He has had' a the past three years he has been ,employed electric light was ordered placed on At Mr. Nash's/ the store was crowded school ':Mrs R. G. Blake and Tuesday by .Mr W. B. Baxley, of

;: 'V.q pleasant trip' and is greatly imj.proyed ..- bookkeeper In the hardware Tuscawilla and south Sixth streefSTN Croom, Tla. There were two thousand -
aai .nearly all day and they had on.hand :Mrs. E. L. Cferney. '
In health. and to eattle to' The judiciary- committee ,asked for keys given out and the nine. keys
at goes .. .
_ a large.number of beautiful and stylish ,
? & in hardware eraployment-Pinfi further time on hack ordinance.. # i A. Dandy for Burns. in the possession of Mr. Baxley were
,Mr. an4 Mrs, .Charles V. Miller and engage. ready-to-wear and pattern hats .. L' ':

.Mr. .fl-,,.P-,. Howse" who went .down-to cor.. in, TimesPaiatka UnIon.,. 'these latter being made by one of thearges't Dr. Bergin. Pana III. writes: "1 the' last to come in. Tie box contained S

7' : .I ls the Moon Inhabitated? have used Ballard's Snow Linimentand |25'In currency.. The contest preyed .

/1.. ., on- the William. Howard. retUIfledborne Mr; and; Mrs.: G" T. .Maxwell ,of S, millinery, firms'. in Louisville always recommend it to my quite Interetlng.and, profitable to

Saturday. morning. 'They of Jacksonville, arrived Science has proven that the moon Ky. "These hats sold.very'rapidly and friends and I am confident there is no *
'' .' Ocala formerly .; has an atmosphere which makes life for the:house. -
.:E" came: back boat and enJoyed -- the most of them were disposed better made. It is a dandy I
".'..-'"* .. on the same S In the city this. week,. Mr. in some form possible. on' that 'sate- by night burns. Those who live on farms are C -5----

: ; .their'trl p. Immensely.Z& fthe branch of llite; but not for .human beings, who :.of. :Mr Nash whQ has made a especially -liableto many accidental
: Maxwell Is manager time this earthof We understand besides .IT.1.. S.Light .
; c; ; have a hard enough on big reputation on his hats will pro cuts and burns. bruises, which heal

.,. .MrN aM Mrs,. Townley Porter, who the 'MarionrFarms, which' has recently ours; especially those who ,do not rauidly when Ballard's: Snow LIniment who has 'alrea<\y announced his
Bitters. cure head-- receive several other shipments
at know that Electric bably should always be1
part use4It
lnce' their marriage have been making beenlocated In 'the northern biliousness malaria, chills and is candidacy for the legislature and Mr.
l the'Teaju ache. before the season is over. kept in the house for cases of emergency -
l :lbelr home with Mr: and. -Mrs. F. A this. county on land, belonging. to fever jaundice.- dyspepsia dizziness bas her mi1lInithis ." 25c. SOc. and. 100. Sold B. L Hul). of Cpnnor and Hon. M. L.
:Miss as :
compliants gen-
Severague liver kidney ;
;' East Coast Lumber Company. by all druggists. m. of will also: become
.\ .are: now keeping house jn the Unequalled ageneral tonic and appetizer season: :Miss Ethel Harris of- Richmond Payne
.. have
: 1' cottage in Fort King avenue, al 'car loads, of' very..fine for weak persons-and especially ', Ta. She Ua ..trimmer of ability Mr.: WHL Hopkins. who. was down candiates. These,gentlemen are well-
farm, an'd. ,the 'for'ged; It" induces-: sound ;
next to the reslderic of,Mr; and ..Mrs.league been shipped to. the an extensive sleep.: Fully guaranteed by' :Tydings and quite a number of pretty and i from- : Boardman yesterday says that known to the people of Marion county

; : concern will cary on quite & .Co.. druggists. Price only 50c inS dressy hats were seen at their pening he. bought ,ten pounds of wild rice and carry a large fallowing. They will

';; S -'r-- business..- Mi. Maxwell is a nephew < ;':' T -. ." from Dr. William Anderson. .of. this. i, give* spice to the campaign and. will
Saxton, owns a ,
Mr.: Thomas who
1-: .. Emily Casey; ofCornell,- ,who of Col. :MaxwelL: of'Jacksonville. ? city. and planted the same on the make it lively Indeed. Both. have reputations -

..3* known, Maxwell Is a neice of Mr. beautiful grove o/i, the southern '
: : to all her. friends and acand 'Mrs. S Lake and that his dating back .to the 'memor
assistant generalpassenger shores of Lake Weir .was a visitor to Cures. Qoughs. :and, Colds. margin of Orange "
fltaices 'as' A. O- acDoI n U. of 1888. -
.Jt 'QraffdmOthet.Case7. ----- half-wild ducks have quitted his place able campaign
In the Seaboard.Mr: Ocala Friday.. Mr. Saxton.. was recently : Lake si. JTo-
,thelty her daugh- agent of Mrs/ C. Peterson, 623.
;; is t.hguesVot ;; J entirely and have made .the lake ,
: New York"and "Of all >.e.ough're.
c married in lashis' "
,;' ;)-:e7. 5lrtrs.: R, L.: McClure. ).Irs. Casey and'.Mrs.::Maxwell vftil,.be.'Quite an ac- wife with, him on the' lake. On peka.medies, Kan.says Ballard's: Horehound Syrupis their rendezvous. Mr.: .Hopkins" thinks 'SJrs. Levi: who#has spent the win-

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: - : '.. = ** V, ,* ,t,..j '- I am a candidate for repr '
z: : t1.i?' : .f', --- S \: : and I want the job. I
_i ": :Straighten.and' Deepen the Ocklawaha Items of Interest. From' the Land of the Gathered From all Parts 'of the_Coun- T1'isi TaxJTo: Separated From Other the rules of the coming wti-
District P
For AttorneyTo
-ia 1 "' ., and Pine. if ari-
Grapefruit Reader. Taxes and'Held, Obeyance promise, nominated
; .....- River and Dig' Canal to, Ocala. trfforthe Busy the Democratic Voters' of the Fifth the world at my statesmaJi n-l "_
Until Judicial
;' Adjudication. be the biggest
i; Judicial CircuitI fool in Taiaj.
:''. -' Some oranges and grapefruit are There will be a large acreage of a'coming loaded, and, .
: :; ; Savannah. GaL, April 1906. cants at Duplln. Pender and Wayne, hereby announce myself a candi- itively no infringemeipaign candidate
<; still being shipped from Tangerine. Tallahassee,'Fla.r April 4,' 1906. date for the' office of States..Attorney 'thunder. Patent on f
: To the' Editor,:Ocala Banner; N, C., this season. for the Fifth Judicial Circuit at the 'appllei
% ,. ,- .' Tbor City growers: are getting as Special to the Ocala Banner: L.s.
"tfc 6-\ I notice in the Washington d'l8patIr" < The. Brookport (IlL) Fruit Growr democratic primaries' to be held May ,, -----
The Board of Drainage Commissioners
: high as $1% per barrel for their pars- 15th, 10.. .
I.*."** 'ches 'that '"when President Roosevelt HI ley.- ; SIn' ers' Association has been Incorporated who were In sessiontoday in this ,-. .. EDWIN w. DAVIS:: For Tax Assessor : "

.' .."was asked to, give .Us support" to ,i. Fort Myers, 'al varieties bf.. citrus with a capital of $750. city passed a resolution advising tax. county-To the Democratic Voters vAt \? O'

: Exposition to. biieIdix It: 'is reported that -ther Australian For County Judge- I
kr% I and tropical fruit trees are cov collectors' the drainage 'district td to*the Citizens of Marion County; the solicitation of some?'

I Tampa to. commemorate the beginning. ered with blossoms .. banana crop was severely damaged bya consent to severance of drainage assessment I announce that I am a candidate friends, belIeving myself that. ....
-: of the digging of the Panama canal hurricane nomination and re-election to the offices should 'be changed bZ :
r.->.*v' : Recently Tom Johnson of La Grange from the state and county office of County Judge 'of Marion I hereby announce myself .
that he'r; tused'to Interest himself in shipped Heavy rains around Point-a-da- County. subject to the Democratic for. Tax Assessor for Marios' .
60 boxes of oranges to Philadelphia assessment and defer the collection of '
.' the enterprise.' Hache La., have done more damage to determination Primary to be held May 15th, 1906. subject to' the democratic p ,,
which netted him 154. the drainage assessment until final
As I am engaged in the active administration be held May the 15, 1905 .
_. Now, I have from'tlme to time In the Quite a few Irish potatoes are beIng the vegetables than the cold. of 'the, injunction againstthe of the duties of the officeit solicit the support of the l derii

last year noticed In the Ocala Ban. shipped from Plant City and growers The apple raising business bids fair 'same. v will not be possible for me to makean voters of Marlon- county. '

deal in to be of the Industries in i active or extended campaign.I Respectfully, .
ner a good regard to steamboat I one greatest ;
are pleased with .the returns JEFFERSON BELL. Democratic F.
1f'l good solicit the support of the B.

trade from.Jacksonv11le'by way of the The second car of. tomatoes of the the western part of South Dakota. .---.; Electors .ot MarIon county, ana -- i"'niI'

Ocklawaha river: and Silver. Springsfrom left Reports from Medina, N. Y., are that pledge to them anhonest faithful For County Commissioner
season Miami .last week. It went Southern Motorists' Federation. and upright administration of the duties To the Democratic

Ocala and Leesburg. and also the to S. T. Fish & Co.. Chicago. while the Elberta peach crop has been of the office if it be their desire County" Voters- of- .

disadvantages such traffic somewhat damaged that section will that I shall again serve them..
attending W. E. Tucker of Trilby is,'shippingsome i I hereby present my natne1

.on. ,account a lack of water in some very good cabbage from that have plenty of peaches. Special to the Ocala Banner: RespectfullY JOSEPH BELL. date voters of Marion county as ;
for the
-- places and narrow crooked places with place. He still has more to ship. ,Hazleton, Pa.. farmers report that A call has been Issued to Southern. mIssioner from position the Fifth of County DlstrIeh

more or less dangerous snags. I Peaches are doing fairly well at apples have not kept well during the i motorman for a meeting at Jacksonville For District Attorney.To Ject to, the action of the prftn.. !!!
the Voters of the Fifth Circuit:- Lion to be
;:. Now, w uld'It not be more beneficial I Candler but the crop will not be as present winter, requiring frequent; Florida April 10th, which is the I hereby announce my candidacy for May 15.C.w'fl$ '

: to the, state generally and especially good sorting to keep them from decaying. the office of state attorney.for the fifth .. -
as was expected time
some ago. second day of the AtlanticPabloBeach judicial circuit, of Florida. composed of "-
to the ,great section of the state thatis t At Picolata Irish potatoes were not O. P. Dovel, purchasing agent of the the counties of Marion. Citrus. Sum- bOor Commissioner: 1.
i I To the Voters of
*'.'*(%<" traversed by these streams If the hurt by last week's frost A fine Southeastern Nebraska Fruit Growers' 'races which will be conductedby ter,, Hernando and Lake subject to the Since it is Impossible Marion County..
'crop for
1: y people would bend their energies to of peaches is looked for from this Association, Auburn, Neb.. is in the : the Jacksonville Automobile & and democratic solicit primary the auppo.to be of held the May demo-15, house to be completed this )the _'
-. getting congress to make an appropri place. market for apple boxes, peach and Motor Boat Club. The purpose of the cratic voters of this district. in believing the' that I can serve the.p
: .tlon.sufficIent baskets by the carlot. meeting is to discuss' Southern motor- CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. and final ax
large.to cjean out and I W. ',A Evans, of Bartow made his grape ments of the same as well as .
-- i ay
straighten this stream and to dig' a first shipment of English peas last Townsend, DeL, farmers will grow ing matters and good roads with a : in the' district therefore I take; ,.
For Tax CollectorTo :- method of announcing
'. canalifrom the head of an unusually large of toma- view of forming a strong Southern my can .
Silver Springs I week. The stock Is :very fine and fancy acreage the Marion County Ee-ocracy; for re-election to the office of

r' to Ocala? Then the ,whole section of prices are looked for. toes the-coming season as they are of body which will work for the better Believing that I'have filled the position commissioner from the 4th 4istf4'l

progress of motoring in the Southland of tax collector for state and my official record is well kni ;
country the that the.
Ttf tributary thereto would be opinion price of tomatoes )
? Wm. H..Earle of Tangerine, has sole county during my occupancy of the of- you. and I ask )

given direct steamboat.connection. me'L. .oaiance. 01_ _nis. oranges ana grapefruit wIn.. ..- YtA w.. ".ATTATC....... "MwVuan'O "'. tKan...... Ya....of. vAif J....... and to organize. ,-'-- a crusade for U QAA,, ____4-VI.. t fcV_ Cb_ 1 1CU__,_.0_ .alJ4tfl UMtjw*.* "n.# I ICkWWCJJMLUlJ .,u'.". caul Dn_ your nsldera.tioa.-r

.. said better roads. the tax payers of the county, I an- aRespectfully..
with New York, which' would lessen The There are to be 00,00 bushelsof !
oranges netted him $.50
nounce myself a candidate for' reelection N.
-2; freight charges about 50 percent and and the grapefruit $3.50 to. b. onions held by Wayne county, N. Y.. One of the Important things to be subject to the action of the I A..r ;

; ):It would tend more to the rapid build- Dr. Douglas of Tampa has already growers. There is absolutely no mar- discussed is the talked of main trunk county democracy in the primaries of For County Commissioner 5th-

"*icg up of Ocala than anything else. ket for them this spring and they can line hard road from Richmond to May 15,' next. From now until
.In shipped eight-cars trict:
of celery and It is the primary .comes off will be my

? ten years Ocala would be built 'solidly estimated that his season's profits will be used only as fertilizers. Jacksonville. It is the ardent wish of busiest season in the office so muchso Thanking the democratic JII

: clear to'tha Dominion apple have decid- all automobilists that a good road be that it will be impossible for me : voi
k4 head of,the beautiful Silver growers
; run in the neighborhood of $15,000. to jeglect my duty to the public in i this county for the flattering vot ji
I7 Springs the most romantic i ed to do away with the Xs in marking built enabling Northerners and Southerners of
and order
Heavy shipments of beans are still to 'make a personal canvass en me ,two years ago for the oSJctg
j mystlca!' river. in America and which being made from their apples, which was made nec- to-use same In summer aid the county. It would be a pleasurefor
Jensen. Since the county commissioner for the SllTS
I me to meet the people at the various
T has no counterpart In :the ,world. rains have essary by the fruit marks act and winter. The Savannah 'Automobile in all trict
E ceased, the beans arrive In meetings that probability and being assured thaVnsrjiol

; I merely write this as: the Idea' suggests the northern market' in much better. grade the apples as fancy No. 1. No. Club has already commenced planningfor will be arranged by the county demo- duct in office has given satisfactiaff: :

_; 'Itself" to 2 and No..3. the building of a road from Savannah cratic executive committee to take '
roe forcibly
very when -
I plac over the county within the next obedience to a very general

-t : i. I see an effort made to throw away Peachea are doing( wonderfully 'well By vote of the Massachusetts Fruit to Jacksonville, .and 4f the flor- two months, but 1 think that all good announce'my candidacy for re-request!ecS

a lot of money that would 'do Growers' Association the third Tues ida people build the talked of road citizens who know me will understandthat
no good at
Sorrento. Some complaint was it is duty before pleasure with CtIA w. 'l'
;; ; beyond day in October has been formally set from Jacksonville to Miami .and from 1
temporary stimulous to cer- heard in that section about the melon i me. I submit my candidacy upon my

: : tain Interests for a few months. crop but warm weather has apart as a day to be devoted to the Jacksonville to Tampa, through the official record an dif elected for another What Leading Factors Say Abo-&t.
While such eating of New England's staple fruit interior, over 400 miles in length. the i term of office I will do my duty
an improvement I the
as have crop along. : as I have in the past. I pentine Conditions.j. :
spoken of would be a lasting and Some the apple. day may' be nearer to ua than it Is Very respectfully :1

ever fine cabbage is being shipped ..h i ,, .._ ., U I _:\.__ .\._ ___.__ _.....L. 1..<.'. .T.... (..'APtrrv-. .. ... ---- :
L-*. increasing benefit to ,all of. the people from Sanford and the returns are very A iruu; growers' special train "Was .su.iou 11 10 njicu: uic auiuwuuuioi "'"' 1'. Williams Co., Savannah:.irs'

pf.Florlda. run over the Maryland, Delaware & can drive from New York City to Miami -
good. All shipments of celery from For Tax CollectorI :- outside the coming crop can befet
And It ba Virginia railroad one day last week, or Tampa. This would give near-
can brought about by a the same city are'also bringing good hereby announce 3ny candidacy
slIghtly in
T .little public agitation and -persistent: returns." with a view to-encourage the growUof ly a 1500 mile ,run. for the, office of tax collector ofMar- excess* of" the proentiKi" ..!

-. work on the part of Florida's. public Evlnston is shipping about three fruit in that section ot the Eastern It is thought that a purely southern Ion'democratic'county,-primary Florida, to subject be held to'Mayq the' .nd with the difficulties the predate'

.. men. :It will be productive of moreTpk cars of cabbage a day In,: addition to Shore of Maryland.At organization can do more for local 15, 1906 and solicit the support of the are experiencing in securing safficks-

good than all of the noise the meeting of the Ozark Fruit and state Interests than a national voters of this county. laborers ...
_ about drain express shipments. The movement, of S.- J. W. BISHOP., to handle their fvms'Wt i
ing the everglades.: lettuce is still Growers' Association at Monett, Mo., organization can whtch up to this time -- *l
heavy and good pricesare / not believe that the next crop wift exceed
_ Yours truly belgn realized. last week reports showed that straw- has more or less neglected Southernand For County Treasurer '
'j4 i With the assurance of my hearty that of the present season.
<:: ail berries were in condition. On. Western matters. :
w. average
WALLACE Some .of the grapefruit on exhibition appreciation for past support I respectfully -

-at the Miami fair has been sold ly one town Decatur Ark.. showed an !I Herbert B. Race, Secretary Jacksonville submit my candidacy for the do not think that the labor sitaajk

.'..The Confederate ReUnion, at, New Increase in acreage. Automobile & Motor Boat Club treasuryship of Marlon county, sub- Will improve as the season progrtSI
at an average of $5.03: a box. Oranges ject of course to the coming democratic -
Orleans. Long Island asparagus growers are is in receipt of many letters'which primary. es. One of our customers has arra!!
exhibited 'the
same place were sold
_ ; : .. .' ; : a.( an average of $4. very much pleased over the fact that state that delegates from all over the THOS.-E. ,PASTEUR.For I ed for Hungarian labor to tal

: The Confederate Po. -union at New The recent cold spell damaged they are to get special;service from the South will be present at the meeting Tax Assessor.Thankiugmy .- i place of negroes. This and the .

$ :. Orleans has not been postponed and strawberries at, Stark about 15 percent L. I. R. R. for their grass. It will April 10. Prospective delegates to the I friends for past favors periment with Chinese labor .w$>

it ; will.: be held as originally! announced, A few have lost more than this give a great impetus to the growingof convention should write Mr. Race candidate respectfully for announce myselfa watched with great Interest and.p--

viz: April 25, 26, -and 27. The patriotic while some have lost only very little that vegetable on the Island. stating. what time they will arrive at next primary. renomniatlon in the be the entering wedge for a cbi

citizens o( the Crescent city are Most of the The Franklin County Fruit and Jacksonville. ALFRED.AYER. In the labor situation her&afUrfl
,growers sold enoughto I .
_; active :In the matter and expect to them out debt. Truck Growers' Association with 40 it is, conditions have been going
pay of .
make this"gathering memorable In the charter members has been formed at Rubbing Broward Hard. For RepresentativeTo bad t6 worse. S
"It Is
a continuous succession .
of payIng the Democratic yoters ,of Mariot
annals of the U. C. V.'s. '- John R. Young Co
crops in 'Florida.: Just as the or- Decherd, Tenn. The Growing of fruits County:- .>
Gen.. Stephen I). Lee: has sent out and vegetables in that section will be We are getting kind o* (down on the After due consideration and at the look for a decrease in the hl
anges pass out the cabbage tomatoes
request of numerous friends I here-
: the following statement: beans and eggplants are coming in .pushed harder than ever now. administration' of the state's affairs at by announce myself a candidate for 1906-7. as compared with the ;

_ 1 \ Gen. Stephen .D. Lee' commanding and if we are not shipping out some- Duplin county, N. C.. truckers are Tallahassee; and first thing anybody representative to the 'egislature from one, of probably five per,cent. a

; ; the United Confederate Veterans, has shipping lettuce now. and the crop knows. we are going to break out and Marion county. subject to the democratic reports we have received from f1 1i
: i thing pays every month In the prImarY'to be held on May 15,

f. : carefully investigated tbe conditions year the fault is ours," says the Fort will be fairly good this season. .In say. so. unsophisticated gall and 1906. .._ T. E. BIGGS. do not indicate that the crop tp
prevailing in Ne* downright audacity; we' have will be as large anticipate
: Orleans and, as a Pierce News.Tomatoes Warsaw township the lettuce crop is rarely as was
For Members of the School Board.
-. result, has, given the folowing to the though not as forward at large. and several leading farmers seen anything as flagrant as the infernal I respectfully announce my candi- There will not be sufficient laborj

4 ; Associated 'Press whIch' was printed Phlllppl( as' on the lower east .coast have gone into the business quite ex : thievery that is going .on there dacy the school for re-election board from as a member of go round and the result will be=,....
: I everywhere Sunday morning, but is still are in a flourishing condition. One tensively. right now. But singular as it may district B. R. BLITCH. in the receipts as the seasoa.ps.

.. reprinted by special request. today: dealer .in these seem, these state officials have selected gresses. With a total supply
plants told the writer '
: '
t.t -. 'You may- say to the people of ,the one day that he had before an order For a Weak Digestion. the same dirty and contemptible. To the Democracy, District.of the 20th Senatorial greater at the outside, ahd pr !
United States for our order embraces ,sheets that slandered and maligned I less than during the bi1gb
hereby past scaso
the day before: for 90.<100 plants, and I No medicine can replace food but announce my candidacy for ;

-I the whole country that the reunion later when called upon for more plants Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver them before their election, to do the 20th the office Senatorial of state district senator from the see no reason why prices shoaldi I
to be
will positively take place on the dates the Tablets wil help' you to digest your fawning, boot-licking act' after getting at the coming of voted for continue very good.
same dealer said that he had more. food. It Is not the quantity of food primary May 15. IJ g
already named and it. will be into office. 1906. I heartily endorse Southern
.: the orders than he could get the plants to taken that gives strength and vigor to .the resolution States Naval Stores.... I
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grandest gathering ot the wearers of fill.-New York Produce News. the system' but the amount digested As for the part the FlorIdian played tee of passea Marion Dy tne county executive of March commit-17 The early movement of the croP":r.u"

the gray that has yet been held. and'weak assimilated.digestion, do If not troubled fall to with give a in trying to elevate Mr. -Napoleon B. 1906, asking that Marion county be not' 6een what' was looked, for. JIH&

k "The capacity of the city of New About Rheumatism. these Tablets a trial. Thousands Broward to the highest office in the made, and an I individual promise if senatorial nominated dIstrict and- ing from what we can learn lher|| I

Orleans for entertainment will be put i have been benefitted "by their use. gift of. the people of Florida, we have. elected to use my best efforts to carry likelihood of the coming crop b*&

to its severest test, for all our advices (Thehe is few diseases that afflict by They all druggists.only cost a quarter. For,sale m no apologies except that ,we have been into effect the wishes exoressed in any larger than the one just wws
more tortue than rheumatism and thre that resolution, and also to serve the I
indicate that great crowds are com.. probably no disease for which sucha sadly mistaken in believing him the best interests of the people. up. Many places are now satisfies j

ing front all portion! of the country, varied and useless lot of remedies More than 11,000 immigrants arrived type of man he has proven himself the Very respectfully that they will not be able to
$ makeil
en.from points most have been suggested. To say that it In New York on Thursday, which is most J, G. BASKIN.
flagrant .
ey distant. antithesis.To
; Ample stuff
can be cured is, therefore. a bold state- they set out to make. ._
said to make high-water mark for the !It
tt financial provision will be made by ment to make, but Chamberlain'sPain use plain and unbroken "United For RepresentativeTo old story of producers planning to,*

1' thepeople of New Orleans to make the Balm which enjoys an exten- spring movement The arrivals are Stateswe' voted for Mr. Broward the Democratic- a certain flndin!
ift I sive sale, has met with great successIn said to be a remarkably "llkely-look- Voters of Marion amount of work and
reunion a brilliant success'" the treatment of this disease. One and used the' columns of our "paper to County: themselves unable to carry it thrCBg&

ks-: As soon as CoL application of Pain Balm will relieve ing" lot the undesirable element being help elcet him The'many kind expressions coming
Magill receives .a firmly believing him to to me 'both through the Labor rules the crop, and consumg
the pain, and hundreds of sufferers conspicuous by its virtual absence. press and
? reply from Director-General Castle- have testified to permanent cures by be a good man. We regret to say we personal interviews, endorsing my will not find any Increased HUPP

- man, Gen. Fleming will incorporate it its use.. Why suffer when Pain Balm How many of these newcomers will have no such opinion of" him now. record with in the legislature At 1905, and.. for them the coming I
+ affords such quick relief and costs turn their faces southward, for :the assurances that my'services in year. I
_ :. in special orders, and it will be' forwarded 'tout a trifle For sale by' all druggists His talk about "Hessians," is as the past were acceptable to a large .1

to all camps of veterans in the m purpose of taking...up and tilling our puerile and disgusting as we have majority of the voters of Marion coun- I IN MEMORIAM-General Wheeler! ] i
state. vacannt but fertile lands? Here is ty, I again come before the people of *
- ever: heard. Coming in the form it the county as a candidate for the Or hero -I
Miss Weathers Will be Maid-of- leg- mould,
_ _ _ where the southern real estate agents it's islature.
does a "reductio ad absurdam" in With heart of gold
Mr. John T. Lewis Declines. Honor. ought to get in their work.. the strictest of If elected, I shall in the future as In His life was pure and knightly. i
meaning the
1 term. the
past devote my best efforts to ad- Than his, no star
The very "instruments of torture"he vance and the Interest and welfare of In skies of
Moss Miss Esther Weathers one of the Governor Broward's Everglades war 7
Bluff Flau, April 4,- 1906. the people.Many Has
ever beamed
Lr To the Editor Ocala Banner: most attractive young ladies in Ocala drainage scheme is useless, valuelessand now uses to inflict his own disgusting important events will face the On scrolls of more Fame brightly. a I

an burden the taxpayers "rot" upon the friends who next legislature of Florida, and wit His martial
Please allow me in society has been appointed one of the unnecessary on name
space val
your helped to honor him, are the my past experience, I feel better qual- Is theme for song and story; 1
; table paper to say 'to'my neighbors maids-of-honor to represent. Florida at of the state. Good schools and slimy same ified to materially aid In good legis- Grand gallant brave _

'i: and friends throughout the county th towing the Confederate Veterans' reunion at good roads are more important ThereIs filthy "Hessians" whose mouths ,lation which shall be my sole consid With concerning gave '

ki to my business engagements it New Orleans the latter part of this great need of these. There are millions were the sewers for the corruption of eration.Very respectfully, He scaled Since time the heights of glorY.- ,', I
their hearts in the began
will month. of acres of lands that are available campaign that made ED. L.
not No
.. be. possible for me to' enter: ... .. .d. Nanolpnn. __ "R.rn ... ............. .. .. ____ _a m, WARTMANN. -.._.2_ _nobler__ manworsmp .
-&- ,,5" me race for any office during the Miss Weathers is a charming southern ror cultivation without aramage. - w 6U''UVI' Ul anus-' .ouAue or nis duty, "
present Ida.. For County Commissioner- Or did the right .:
girl and member' of When these uncleared and unsettled
campaign. ,a a prominent To the With
Democratic more delight,
Voters .
But of
God Marion '
i-.' I' take this method of thanking my Marion county family. No fitter lands are cultivated then will be time may in His infinite good- 'i county- Knowing that Truth is Beauty. <,

; friends all over the county. most sincerely representative could have been chosento enough to talk about taxing the people ness and mercy draw the mantle of Through the solicitation of numer- In Honor's quest '
ous friends I lIe knew .
pity and commiseration hereby announce no rest; :
-I for the many letters recelyed represent our fair state at the annual to drain the Everglades.-Leesburg over-this very as a candidate for county commission myself No fear of death appalled him; :

-{ : from them urging; me to make theI' reunion and it is hoped that she Commercial. same individual as we remind his er for the second commissioners district Through dangers dire, I
friends that these of the county Through battle fire .s
same subject to
"Hess the
-' race for county judge or for the legIslature will accept the honor that haS been who Ions" of the ensuing primary action He rushed where Duty called h1mo:,..
Starke is hustling to the front at were then hired election.
a .
by others
to slander His
I > and to. thank those also, who conferred upon her.Ballard's My record of fifty years residence as hand was steeled \
talked to me more rapid rate at the present time and malign him are now hired by a citizen of Marion county is the plat For camp and field ,
personally urging me to S than it has Governor form upon which I His sword blows smote the foem$ -.
1 ., Horehound Syrup. inmany years in the pastThis Broward and paid by the and by "
become, a candidate.I which my fellow citizens For friend nor guest
4 can be .traced to The Telegraph! hard earnings of the by their are requested For home-love
i tax-payers of the ballots to zest
!' take these u evidences of esteem Immediately relieves hoarse. croupy pass upon my
k. cough which: 'would lead a stranger to believe whole state of Florida candidacy. S His was the heart of woman.
and confidence of : oppressed ratling rasping and to fawn and Brave
my ability to perform difficult breathing. Henry C. Stearns that Starke flatter H. W LONG. men so are
was of
: a city 5,000, an administration
F ,., the duties' of said offices druggist. as deservingof I In peace or war. -.-'
acc p. i Shullsburg. WIs.. writes,
f backed by a good farming country A censure I For the Compound of and beLong ?|
tably. Those marked favors i May 20th. 1902: "I have been selling as the blackest in the days Legislature: strength
are -
; very Ballard's Horehound Syrup for two good paper cuts a sure help.-Gainesville of radicalism and I hereby submit as they breathe |
'gratifying to. me, and I hope ,that I years, and have never had prepara- reconstruction. my name to the They twine Love's wreath ';:..

_ : : ,. shall do notMng to Impair .the good tion that. has given better satisfac- Sun.Justice. The plea of\ Ignorance will not ,hold. democratic voters of Marion county/at 'Round the stern brow of vuty.
tion. I notice that It .Is tinctured the Earth holds in trust '
-i when I sell a bot- ,with primary election to be
.... opinion so generally and universally tie they come back for more.. I can Charles B. ParkWll, Justiceof \ entirely too,muchauda'ity May 15, I Thy mortal dust,

t 'II ... '.'.expressed in my behalf, and regret that honestly recommend it" 25c 50c and the supreme court Florida has ; and Common' decency de- as a candidate for member of the leg- i 0 Warrior, true and knightly;

J..' '.. m,,, <>'-fcpesa' is such as to deny"me the $1.00. Sold by all druggists. m been .signally honored by' the bar, of mands that it be called down.-Jack_ islature from this county, If elected Sweet Upon thy be thy breast.rest.

ij :. privilege *ana pleasure 'of becoming 'a Wanted-By the In'terlor coniressmen Dade county which body has made sonville. Floridian\ I promise to earnestly and conscl n- May the green turf lie lightly!
:: e ndldAte. "'_ tI usly But thy great soul
who represent the best
J .. will work for something besides public. a signed card advocating that interests, of. Spurned
i control
{ .."t, ..' Ve t. the improvement.. rivers and i he be re-nominated at the coming The Tampa Times: continues to make my constituents, and on that platformask This thou didst Death's not surrender;

4 : ,,:}. ,.> 'l7.JOHN, T, LEWIS. harbors. primary.-St Augustine Record. discoveries along tne dizzy : flatsom the support of the Marion county It sped its flight
r" \
: To
', realms
; ., .. t and jetsam- heights. democracy at the coming primary of Ught.d .
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IbL19 NO.
.' < 'Mr. Harry, H. Buckman author pi f. 'MrS: Frank Holly of Grahamville,

ft .' ', '- '\ .educational bill Is ,a who has been so 111 for the past' few .
:' the.Buckman
:". r: weeks >at the home ,of her sister Mrs
re-election. _
; ,. ;: candidate : '
i R. L. McClure\ ,_is we are glad to'learn

P. V Leavengpod came home I very much Improv L
"- Mr. ; \
Sunday froin Jacksonville: where he Mrs.; G. M. Hubbard and Mrs. N.AUred .- M

several dan_on business for the
spent have 'returned home ,from., an,
of which he .is the business
Ocala Banner
Sirs. .All
absence of several weeks.
f manager. red 'and little girl 'spent a week a:t

Artist N. L Gottlieb went- down to Sarasota ,with friends, after. 'which

Floral City Monday afternoon to takea they were joined, by Mrs. Hubbard at

number of photographic views for Tampa, where they visited relatives lora '"

Powder various parties in thai section week and then spent a few days. at

Baking St. "Petersburg. .

of Blitchton., and J
Miss Legie
i. :Mrs. G.: A. Carmichael. :Mrs. B: J.
Mlss: Lillie O'Haver, of .Keuka. who I
Culverhouse her two pretty
Absolutely school in this city spent the
4, girls returned home Sunday from a
at the home of the latter
visit to relatives In Montgomery, Ala., S

i : ? r and. had a very pleasant" visit. and Augusta, Ga. Mrs. Culverhous for r ? ;zM ; kiTf$ '

Mr.: John Pelot returned home Sunday and children hava been away the

business past five weeks while Mrs. Carmichaelhas r 't

," Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar visit from ttlro'ughV_a, st Florida fo, : :Messrs.S. been absent for about two weeks. & .-., ij'p ;! .. SrJ

A. Rawls & Company.'for? whomhe : :k-;;. '
> the Mr. and Mrs. s. D.. :McDougall and ? .,
is the standard works' '
Royal ,
In baking powder ; .
: Miss Addle Hansbrough, of Elizabeth-. :: .

powder of .highest reputation found by the Miss Annie Owens has severed her town, !{Y.. .who have, been spending '' .' : ,

of the winter in Ocala, Leesburg and -
tests MinnieBostick's i
Government greatest connection with Mrs.
United States Mcm'day'at: __ ..
Tampa returned to Ocala ..
establishment She will con-
strength and purity., > millinery tinue to'make her home in Ocala. how- ternoon to be the 'guests .of ,Mr.. .and !:' :':________________. _ _. '53 0'
the food healthful and palat- Mrs. William locker before returning .
It renders more, ever for the present- : "' -
to their home in Kentucky. )-
economical in practical use. '
and is most i
able "
the -
:Mr W. S. Pike, who has-spent -

: Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to past geveral weeks in Augustine Hon. George Mathews, wh9 'has -- 1

because they are, "cheap with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. a position with Mr::'J. D. Robertson at

; f buy alum powders returned.horne FrI- We understand -, '
sold and Mrs. Lee ,Cox, Holder, was up on Monday

::: Yet some of the cheapest made, powders'are day afternoon. thathe, finds the public pulse' '

consumers at the highest price., so favorably, inclined to his making I : .
to, her daughter, .
M/Barco and
: Irs. J. :
that he has
; and think. Is it the: '.race for county judge .
r/ :: Housekeepers should stop Miss Sue Ba'rco left Monday for "Sun- bOut got his pwn consent to do so. -.

the and taken chancesthe nyslope Farm." where they will .spend the'race ct his '
? not better to buy Royal : He says he .will make ,

r whose honesty are never several months .wit. Mrs. Barco'sdtughterIn.l life and believes that' he will win.
powder w. Mrs. Newcomb Bar- I

F ), questioned? : co. ". Mr. and Mrs. Harry; Precht, "who County and Probate Judge of Marion.'County, 'Florida, and Candidate tfor

.. Is :it economy- spoil your digestion by an Mrs.: W.-C. Bull of Ocaiaj; is in the were, married. In' Savannah. -on" the Re-e 'lection; 2:
; S
: evening of March fourteenth, arrived 5
-. or other adultered '.powder to .c\ty' on a visit to her sister, Mrs'T.' .1.Nix9a. '
'alum-phosphate at
i han: Monday and are at present V
known here ; !
: 'Mrs. Bull is well '
:, a few pennies r the Ocala House. Mn and Mrs.Precht The Slack! -Knoblock! Nuptials at Death of Mr W. B. Fuller. '
save and has many' friends who are delighted :
"! i I have visited New York. Philadelphia, ; Waldo -
to .sec her agaln.- alnesville Word was received in Ocala Friday V
"" Detroit ,and several other: cities on
,4' Sun. I.' : "Waldo' death of ")Ir. W. B. ;
YORK lSunday Fla., April I, 190$ announcing the.
: : ROYAL PAKING POWDER CQI:, NEW their bridal trip. They, expect to begin
; "- L ,_,__.. H'O in the Dorsey Special to the Ocala Banner; Fuller of,this city"which occurred at
housekeeping soon i
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night at seven lUI1LUC ,
; I '' 6n Saturday:\ .llarch'the, thirtyfirstat Honeapath. S. C. where -Mr.' Fuller
-- fire alarm was ,sounded and the companies house on Ocklawaha avenie.'ostmaster ..
W : SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Mr.. Dell' Moody spent Saturday .in responded to the -.- the h?m& of Mr.: 'T. M. C 'then at I had, been in' a hospital for some V
Local ,Editor; > p. town:. call. Tha fie at the'residence, of G. C. ,Crom. has purchased Waldo, MiVs Nora Knpbloch, a'-beau'tU,' months. He ha-l been ill for the' pastV

;j' : : vas residence Mr; Tills on ful and attractive young girt from several years ar.d for some months ,
zThe best way to exterminate bad :Mr. S. .\. Kavls:;, the'root catching ,fire the V
We understandthat Martin in Marion: ,county and Mr. past his 'death ha.s been expected.. lIe
South Fourth
; ABOUT TOWN.> make' them. from a defective flue. The fire was
\ HAPPENINGS habits is not ,to .
: I quickly extinguished; very little or 'no Mr. Cram. has, made this pur-, Sam i lack, of Waldo|, took,, upon i had been away from 'Ocala for nearlya V

-'t.' ., oJ \ chase as.' an investment and will rentIt themselves tne, vows 'to-travel throughlife year. His daughter Miss- Eugenia
1(. : -- 1 Mrs. W. C. Galbraith. of.. this city damage beinar doite. ''. "' '. Fuller and his son,' William Fuller
'jMr Instead of; occupying it himself. Mr.: sIdes by side. : ;

,0": Louis Gates spent, Sunday on; has, been visiting. -friends! at Reddick. Miss,
:,. beautifuL Lake Weir.. .. H.. H. Whitworth." of Ocala, was a her aunt )Irs. C. P. McGrath, away from Otala, having not\ as. yet strains of: Mentlessohn's 'weeding has, anoth r daughter, little Annie; .-

--------- [business visitor to Gainesville Friday: is quite ill. Mrs.'McGrath hag been'in decided on his" future movements. mare'!, the nappy couple.came. sluvrly :who, Is'; with her grandmother.. Mrs W..

j:' ltr.Charles. H. Lloyd spent'Sunday, I Tampa for several weeks 'and has been >. \ Into i'ae elaborately decorated parlor. M. Martin in This city. V V:
: :': and, Monday .in ,the'city.; I /'" 'Gainesville. far'from well 'but for the past'fey.days General, Julian Sr ,Carr' of Xorth They stodbefore-ma1tar; "of rare arid Mr.' Fuller's wife, who was a'daughter -

.'f""Ij. 'Mr. :,S. :M. L'ummus, came up Satur-, has been much worse. Carolina, was elected president of'the exquisite' flowers and listened to the of the-late W. .M. Martin and Mrs.
ot'Ber'Un. was '
MrVR. W. Ferguson: < day from Miami to -spend a few days ..,.. Veterans' Association of"the,Blue! and woriLs o t iicV. DriUiHias, tyllch bes- Martin, die'd in this city about threeV -

-,- among the' ,visitors" here, -Monday... frith"hs" y\'ife.and, little son. Mr. 'B. If. Scruggs, ar'd Mr, D. R.Mixson the Gray and their sans" in Atlanta, towed upon them the highest and, best years ,ago. Before his health failed V

of Flemirigton, were visitorsin this week. General Carr Is one; or of made Fuller was, ijleasant ,and
'. ,!IOn... ewton A. Blitch,', inspector ofthe'convict --- fift God., The ceremony. vas. "lr. a very :
camps was' a visitor hereon Mr.: Sol Benjamin "is here' vfrom :Atlanta -. Ocala on Monday. Both of thes4 Xorth Carolina's most prominent sons, more Imf ressive by; the low and soft companionable' gentleman and his .

i'' Sunday. I' i ,looking after his_i business' Interests gentlemen were' much appreciated' callers and- is, a-relative. of. the Bullock, 'family, i music -of "Oh:: Promise Me.""renderedIn friends will 'regret to /earn" .of his V

in this city. at our office and re'po things. as of th\s\ city. He was a visitor here a a' most f'fecUmanner' by Miss death. :,
,r: 'Judge.- W.. S. Bullock-went S. \ down -to 4' moving along nicely in the, Fleming- number of yars ago.: r."l !sa Ltn t.en. This paper extends- its sympathies
Irs: Callie Reddick, ,. of, Reddick Ithe '
: Inverness Monday' afternoon" to hold, i. ton neighborhood.. After congratulations' bride md to the. children and'other-relatives, of
Mrs >
guest of her 'sl 'sister-in-law Here's a pretty god one: A mg.n: who
;'.,: court. ..: : groom followed. by. their.. .friends repaired the decease-1.. _'
I S. E. Waterman for. a 'few dayi. Mrs. S. D. Feaster, of, Micanopy, is patronkes the mall order houses when \ ,
; wheri the
to the dining room ,
< "- visiting her sister, Mrs. T. jl.- Moore ae has cash allows .children to play :V
ei : '_ Mrs. Oscar Cv Tigner returned Mr. G., J. Strozier returned to, hi!:; v morning* bridal supper was: served in a mttpleasing Dr. E. H. Armstrong,:the renowned'Eye
: Mrs. Feaster has, made. many friends with the big catalogues. Qne V
1 home .several days ago from a week's home, at Winter Garden Friday -afternoon cordial told way by Misses Georgia Martin and Ear Specialist of Jacksonville
and them
: here, who always -give a the nurse aine :out '
visit to erlatlves 'at Melntosh. after spending a few days in Edith Baird and 'Louise Canthen. who hast been making professional .. -
,' ', / weIcQrne to our city. tnere wasa, new oaoy: m me nouse."Who
'' Ocala. All having done ampleJusUce to the tours throughout,the state, will
I brought it? asked the children., '
'1 v Mr....M. J.. Roess spent 'Sunday at St. I Miss Mary Anderson, after: ,a verj n'urse replied that it Just came, dainties the bride placed 'a knife : in be represented here. by. one pfhis .

.'-. '. ,Petersburg with his moth and sis-. Among the' shoppers in Ocala Friday: delightful visit of six. weeks:: wit) The orie. little tot, ."It's the bride's cake and" bade ;all th? leading specialists from the home office
I know said
: -
f"; I ter. .- front oUr -surburban towns'was Mr: friends at Lynchburg, Virginia and "Qh. and 'it's adulterated -' young persons, present desiring to on April' %-S a'nd nay .be. .seen at
Robuck baby
:' ,L: -'-- 2I and Mrs. R. C. Webb.' and daughter! of with" her sister, 31rs. Clifton Camp, at a Sears just like the pepper and'strawberry know "who. would be the next',to wed;, the Ocala House. AH eye ,troubles:

I '\:', Air.' 1I.- G. E gletQn, of Tampa, is Kendrick. Roanoke, Virginia, returned' hom< jam, was- and, papa will have to who the rich one; and who. the old chronic and nervous diseases handled V

:C'iJ> a..few: ; day's with"his Ocala maid or bachelor to come forward without drugs ot operations. Do not
.. Monday it because He sent the money in V
;: friends., :Mr. G. F, Dittmer, of Holder, man ,keep and take their turn cutting 'the ake miss 'this opportunity to see the doctor

,' '!;(<.'. r-" ager of the Buttg nbaeb, Phosphate The editorand Postmaster Crom enjoyed advance. When each had :a slice obtained it was as i'i, 1 be .some time before h.e

1 ,.. Mf Dell Moody went downto Ok- Interests: spent Sunday\; in Ocala with a very pleasant auto drive with Meeting of the Confederate Veterans. found "Mr: John Entenza held the is here again. *. 3-23-2t .
*:*?;' "lawaha Sunday 'With Ca.pt., Martin to his ,family.Mr Mr. 'B* S. Hall over the hard road as ring, Miss Bessie Geiger the dime. Xo I -, '

;l".. "engage' in the turpentine business, ArchMclver- of Fantvilie far as }ir. Samuel';R. Pyles yesterday The regular monthly meeting' of the, one ,the' thimble. It was left ,on 'the A ,Surprise \Wedding..

W* and-Mrs.: 'The woods are, beautiful I held. view greatly' to the delight -
: BMB the in
., < MB a a afternoon. Confederate ,Veterans was in plate plain ,
spent Saturday in O ala. the Quite a ripple of surprise was
t.-t:... Mr. S. M.. Lummus has .returnee, \ now and this, drive ,is a particularly hall Monday,mornjng. :Major Hub- of all present '
guests 'of Mr.: and Irs. D., E. MclverA city caused in Ocala Friday by the announcement -
.t..\ Ocala from Miami and expects to remain lovely one.. ... bard occupied the 'chair and ,Adjutant Then Peturning fo the parlor a=\
*:*' here. He is again--with 'the HtUe girl has arrived to. gladderthe 'Williams called the roll and read the hour, was spent in singing 'anfl makIng that Mr. Forney: Lancas.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holder accompanied ter, of this city, had been married the
,;'.[: Evening Star.. I home of Mr. and'Mrs.' J. W. Kea i minutes of the last regular meeting. merry. \
.8...,.; ". by an architect and designer night before at Tavares to' :Miss Angle -
'. -- The little .one was bori new names were offered for The bride Is a graduate ofWesleyan : -
in this city. Several 5'-
: : -. :Mr .Ellas .Klein who has been In of ,New York, are in. the city. Work : to be andis one of our Allen., of Dansville, New fork. No- Intimation ,,
had ,
mmbershlp but the papers ,Female ,College '
J. Klein Friday. be begun on the remodelling out before -
Pcala with his brother Mr:, will immediately is of this wedding got
and car.' >sttemPtV teachers, and ,the groom
t-, '- -- snt back for endorsements l '
for someweeks. has returned to his the beautiful Home on Fort night hand arid.it was a great surpriseto
t' ,. .Mrs. T. ,H Johnson and :-Miss! Clara l rections. our "enterprising young operaUr. -
4 'that they recently 'purchased all the family and a few intimate
home' In New York Kin avenue, but
,.' Saturday ? Important Ibev will make their hojne withMr : I
;, .. JOhJ.1Son spent Friday ,and, aMartel The meeting In' June 'wIll be an ,
,' from Mr.. W. .K, Zewadskl. .friends. ,
-f. ,
:' the guests of, Mr. and :Mrs. D, one nd'the t commandant ]-'. F. Gelge'r. They :were followed ,
'fu- .Trade :Monday in Ocala was es- : be of the I
When completed. this will, one, MissAllen has been spending
will be large. Arrangements by 'remer.dous shower of rice, wliicb
the attendance
larier A, Clark.
were'a hopes
L .: -Peclally, good. There the most elegant homes-in this sectionof 'f m'sIght..-,: winter In Florida and recently spent afew
must be- made for ,.attending almost blotted .them
,J ,
number- of peol.le in the city -and ..especially In' this the guest of
3Ifss Bull has to Geor the state. days ,city as
Mary gone f S i ilr. ,the annual re-union at New Or- -May: their life have just enoug
; from the Martel and Dunnel-, Ister Mrs. :! Miss Lucile Lancaster who was very 4
gia. She'will, visit her : be paid in full clouds,to causa a beautiful sunset, is
G. Cram of Burlington Leans. All dues-must ? ,
lon sections. sister :\ and' / to become her sisterinlaw.The .
foster at, Covlngtqn and her. be made wish of all present. soon;
: Vermont, who have been in and arrangements must also the \ '
v of
the son
groom Is
-' Mrs. Jefnigan at Sy'nster. *A FRIEXD. young
'- '.'t, Dr, Eaton ,Lindner .Anthony's. lOP'ul --:'- OcIz- stopping, with; Mr." and Mrs. T, for meeting with'the --- Mr., and, Mrs. J. T... Lancaster, of this -

:", .". &r and handsome, young physician. Mr. ,J.> B. Coreland, 'of New York M. Moore have departed for' their Hon day.- J Funeral of Mr. W. B. Fuller. city and' he is engaged in the insurance -

, t,:' :' 'Visiting' friends' in, Ocala Mon-. representing Bromo-Pepsin, 'was home. They :will stop over In Jack- The Marion County Medical Associa '. S business. 'Vhi1ehi; friends
\ :
. Jay transactiog business in Ocala yestejr- sonville for a few days on their way tion' .Meet. The remains of'the'Iate W." B. Fuller were quite surprised to know that he

,r, :, home. Besides their visit in Ocala Mr. ,in' benedict! they s
: day. hose 'death occurred in hospital had so quietly become a
A 'zr. Edwin P, Pittman ,bas returned ., _i_- and Mrs. Cram spent some weeks at The Marion County Medical Association .
.$ Honeapath, g. C.., reached this "city unite in extending lo him, their best V
..;:: home from a week's' visit to AtlantaW The Railway Age states that there Tampa, Braidentokn Miami and other met.in"this city at the hospitalat takento
Those early Sunday morning! and were :wishes in which this, paper joins.
.' Macon. Mrs.. Pittman is. 'still' are now., under" way 13,014 zn1les.o1new'railroads places in; south Florida 'and, they ten o'clock Monday morning. the undertaking parlors of Messrr

:c, With her parents In Macon. in' the United States and are very'much pleased with our state. prosent were: 'Dr. W, H, Powers, 'Dr. ) .
for 8,433 i E. Van Hood Dr. Walter Hood, Dr. D. Mclver, & MacKay. from PIMPLES ,
that there 'are live projects They ,expect to. return to Florida' next > V FRECKLES AND -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry' W, Long and f whleb will be atacked -' .. M.. Smith,-Dr.: W. V. NewsomJ; of this funeral was held. ;
,' miles; some :o .
._. Miss Belle Bates, of Martel spent year. ; city. ,Dr.- S. H. Butch, of Blitchton. Dr. At one 'clock the-faneral took place, REMOVED"In Ten Days. :
the comIn season. .
,, during '
i Monda'yin Ocala shoppln 'Jind transacting < Dr. Veal, of conducted by the Knights of Pythias
of DunneNon,
, : Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wicker and little Griffith. .. Nadiaola
other business. The Ocala irs.'E. Bl Aldrich and her son Mr. returned to their home Sun, Cotton Plant 'Dr: Wilson* of.Reddick. of which. the. deceased .was a

Wends of these delightful people ,arc E. 'B.-Aldrich, jr., of Providence, Rhode daughter after spending a few: and Dr1. Eaton Lindner, of Anthony, Dr. W.. C.. Lindsay of the Presbyterian I The ComplexionBeautifier

always glad to see. them in." town. Island who has spent some time in day aft rnoon the of their relatives Several Interesting and instructive church, assisted in| the last sad V obse- i S u en- '
days ;iiI Ocala guests dorud tkousaadsof
f. ,-. --- -- '- -j- .- -, S Ocala thl! winter 'with Mrs. Aldrlch'ssister Mr. and Mrs. ',J. ,A. Walters. papers were 'read and Dr. Griffith was quies. I V: fE: grateful ladies and '
took at Ever-
interment palce _.Y =
Robinson have The
K, to the state convention
Mrs. George delegate I
appointed a -
of 'the most prominent remove
Mr. Wicker is: one guaranteed to
the body being
__ returned to thefr home. truckers in that favored 'section I at Gainesville, April 18. green cemetery : all facial, discolor m
, that -of his wife, "whose '
f! to rest
,' \ fortune this season After the 'meeting the enjoyed iloua and restore the
Mr.. :\I. Rubin 'accompanied by his and has made a death occurred about' three years ago.
tk Ii :CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS the cabbage crop. The olemantruckers' [ a big banquet at the Montezuma LcautyoEyoutli. Tie V

,.... w Best Coosh Syrep; Tastes Gaol.. little daughter and son. went down( to on will soon begin shipping to'; Hotel. A splendid m *nu''was served The children and other relatives of wont cases in twenty day*. 50c-and S...00at

Uss Ia time. o1d-by druggists, Duhriellpri'Monday, afternoon, to visit and the dinner-'was a very: pleasant ,Mr.: Fuller have the sympathy of their all -leadin drug 'rtorea. or by mail

: MrFelnberg.. and family_ for a few 'matoes. ,-from' which they 'expect. magnificent friends In-their, hour of sorrow.* Pre-.rot by nr. XAl. TOILET CO., Paris Te....
affair.. ,
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FLORIDA INCIDENTS BY That will cost nothing. Each news- '

EXGOVERNCFRANCIS ...". ... Editor Ocala. Banner; paper.along the line will take It up., : 'Golden OpportunitiesEASTER :

P. 1;I u wit take' a ruler and Plac'e it The project is feasible it is simple '"

', ,Battle of the ,Natural Bridge .: FLEMING. 02: map, of Florida at the narrow- and as severely practical as the addi-

_. .. .' .i eV- :t of. the peninsular you\ will find I tion'of .2 and 2. Ther els and there
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"f -- J.; C---. Keys and the Gulf of Mexico tion "of 2 and'. 2. :There is and there FOR J

',..:;J.'f- The Battle of Natural' Bridge.fr. was then advanced and drove the Fed- on one end and Daytona Seabreeze community that will discourage every

...;. .. Dy Francis Pv Fleming.) erals from" this position. Under cove and the Atlantic Ocean on the other' vement of progress arid object to -

of while almost in the exact center is i every enterprise from .the laying of a I
: It Is somewhat fl"I'Darbble'that. notwithstanding .night. the enemy made good his retreat -
I, the city of, Ocala. few feet of sewer pipe to the construction SilksjliMu11spint
-li, ; to the Dress Goods
repeated attempts at no coast and embarked .on ;
,J-:' '" J' Refer to the "scale or'miles" and I of a .railroad.. And these neces-
', ,time during\'the. war between the the transports from which he had you will find the distance to be nine sarily crude suggestions will meet on

,:.f. r statesdid 'the.-United States forces landed. Our small force of mounted ty-five miles.. Take a pencil and mark this hand the common fate. But is It : and plain, Organdies :White and-I:
penetrate and hold any portion of cavalry was insufficient to inflict much this line on the' map study it not worth investigation? Let these

Florida beyond the range of their na- damage the and you will be impressed first that t pessImistic prophets go. They .remind : Fancy Goods Mercerized Batiste :iii: I

yal Vottariaa. The must m___ _formidable q_________ upon retreating foe. A it traverses as a whole an almost virgin one of this story told by a distinguished ,
i- of such that under detachment of Gwynn's company of '
attempts was or new country :yet we all know Floridian. It has a moral. The Correct t

Seymour. whichculminated In his Scott's Battalion under LIeutenant, that on The west of Ocala it is rich in story goes that a man suffering with otyies. Ji

signal defeat by General Finegan at Eben Burroughs, following the ,- -- -
retreat phosphate and timber and on the a severe sore throat had a doctor prepare == :. .
: : Olustee February 0, 1864. In August came up ,next morning with a east in farming and stock lands. an asafoeiida poultice and placeit '

1S64 .a Federal cavalry command body of twenty-three negro troops under Start on your penciled line from' around his neck. Returning to his JAPANESE SILK A SPECIALTY. :

f: about 350" strong reached Gainesville command of a lieutenant which Cedar Keys and will home he .
/ you see that a was met by his little boy i. All Colors. ;
and was there met defeated and captured bad become separated from the main railroad built from the gulf to the who on getting one good whiff of the .
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c by Capt. J. J. Dickison with command, and after 'II. --
a skirmishing with Atlantic will pass through Gulf malodorous stuff burst into tears and -- -- -- --- --- -- -

L force of about half that number; them, for some. time succeeded in cut Hammock crossing the A. C. L. first ran yelling into the house. "Ma, oh,
-: The last attempt to Invade the state .ting .off their retreat and capturing at Romeo, hitting the Seaboard at i. ma. Pa's dead and don't know it!" I t

before the final surrender was made them. Among other captures were two i Eagle mines crossing both again at -B. I *

J during' the early part of March 1S65. I deserters from the. Confederate army : Ocala tapping the. Ocklawaha a little S In Solid and All the Leading Shades, Creams wit

i by Brigadier General John Newton ..who had acted as guides to the Fed above Silver Springs the A. C. L. Chistian Endeavor/ Movements. Jacquard Figures. White and Black Checks. Its<

with a command, which he reports eral troops. These were tried by Drum branch again at As'tor, deep water 'on -

: about 1000 strong. I am not prepared Head court martial next day sentenced the St. Johns river at the same place, A reportjrom President F E. Clark Woved and Printed Washable.Fabrics_ From .;

.t to say that such 'number was Incorrect to death, and shot in the presence the A. C L. main line a few miles ian D. D., president of the world's Christ Silk Madras to very Sheer and deltcate ,
Endeavor "
sent from Stockholm
;: but It was estimated by the Con- of the troops at New Port on the further on. then the East Coast line '

t federates- 'to be much larger. This expedition morning of the 8th. General Newton at Daytona across the Halifax to states that he has held very I Chiffon.
large Christian
c landed near St. Mark light reports :his loss at 21 killed. 89 wounded the Atlantic.Or Endeavor meetings -'-

house the evening, ot .March 4th and and 3S missing total 143.The diverge slightly still both in Christiana and Stockholm. In j I 1

,n, _._ ___._ .___ ,. u .. _.. south the former city Kin_ TTantnTi_____ I""nvp_. R1RRHNQam. FHRRnmFRIFQ, .FflNSLADIES' ... ..
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morning 01 oui. n met VULcUc.ue woo was
was quIte small, o striKing the su Johns ,at deep water,
-- : by Lieutenant Colonel George W. killed and 22 wounded, total 25. Amongthe run right through bottled up DeLandmaking' him permission to speak .in the Cathedral --

,Scott, with five companies of his cavalry killed was Captain H. H. Simmonsof for the Atlantic at New on Christian Endeavor, for he COLLARS.We

battalion and the Second only can grant foreigners permissionto .
a piece of artillery. Florida cavalry a brave Smyrna. Either route would mean

: After some skirmishing Colonel Scott and gallant soldier and efficient officer. the construction of approximately 100 speak in the Dom. There was a have the All Lace ones In a number of Elaborate designs, a "
very large
retired, and being unable to carry off Another volunteer In this short I Iampaign. miles of railway.It audience. Including the the daintest Embroidered Turnovers. Silk and Mercerized

the piece of artillery. Its sights were'knocked I .' well known to the people o* would be impossible to estimate Bishop of Norway and many of the with rushing tops. Tabsi
clergy, and much interest _
off and It.was abandoned and the state was Captain D. E. Maxwell the value of such a line of railway to t was manifested We have the tailored washable ones too.HOSE .

: fell into the hands ot the enemy. Scott of the First Florida cavalry.. a veteran the entire Florida peninsular especially hundreds standing in the aisles .
throughout the service.In -
retired across the St. Marks river at of the armies of Northern Virginia, to the territory and the towns -

New Port where he partially destroyed and Tennessee, who was recoveringfrom along its line and most especially to Stockholm there were many meetIngs ; : I IWe
in the Interest
Christian Endeavor
the bridge and from a breastworkon a severe wound received at the city of Ocala. t
f the largest in
being Walden-
the west side kept up ,a fire that Peachtree. Creek near Atlanta. Enable What would It mean? A line of cut on sa'le as long as last
strom's lhI1Tl'h__. ... whf..h..... .. .fa ...,...,1.1. +n ,",...4 thev a regular 25c gauge lisia fins*.
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prevented the enemy from repairing to- wane ne joined Gwynn company boats to Mobile or Pensacola or New ; 3'for 50c. A hose that you cannot tear.
: 4,000 and I ?
j tht! bridge and crossing at that mounted, with his Orleans was full Prince Oscar
point crutches tied to his or all three and direct connections
j 0 During the afternoon Sunday the 5th saddle. He served throughout the action with the great west 'again. Barnodette second son of King I:Ii
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z -Scott was reinforced by a company, and participated .in the captureof direct connection at the Ocklawaha Oscar of Sweden an earnest Christian I 1" B. MASTEES}
I 1 man, had been invited to attend .
of cadets of the West Florida Semin" the detachment above mentioned. with that river's trade (capable of ;

A ary at Tallahassee sixty-five strong. .4 General Newton's reports found in I great development) and still again the Christian Endeavor meeting in .f;
Geneva. It is hoped that he ,
: under command of V. M. the government the St Johns may at-
: Johnson. the publication "War ol f where the Clyde or '

t 4 cadet captain being J. Wesley Weth- the Rebellion.? Series I, Vol. 49, Part other lines give us water transportation tend.. '
Ington. ..1 ,contain some notable errors On to' the eastern and European -

i Learning from scouts that the enemy .page 57 he says: ".A fter a fierce ports and not least tapping, the East A report from Secretary Stanley J. '

_ were- following up the river anJ ap- fight, resulting In the complete" repulse Coast securing southern and 'gIving Edwards Paris, of the committee of

t4 preheading that he would attempt to of the enemy finding that the them western connections. Christian Endeavor jn Europe. stateJ The Vehicle and Harness II
that the main body of French Protes-
cross'at the "Natural Bridge" whereunuergruunu navy,could not ascend the I Could ,such road be built? Yes* t
river decided .
by tantfm___ _! ., 1.<1 _P."h"'t".I...... .... ,.... .._,1__ ...._ .H
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tw 1.. Marks. .flows for to withdraw. In his more detailed the development of public sentiment : I .
I rection of a central"synod, and Christian .' -
r'nle distance, Scott proceeded with report, on page 60 he'says: "Atdaybreak among the people whom it would I Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St.

r'st of his cavalry up the river ont Major Sinclair, with two most likely' benefit Bottled up Cedar Endeavor has been brought, ,time i JCKSOXVILLE, FLORIDA. "..
after time to the attention"
west side to that ,pcint. reaching companies (B and G) of the SecondU. Keys would give half her assessed

there about midnight and establish. S. Colored Infatnry, drove the advanced valuation for such a road, the' owners synods.favor Finally the synods have vot- i; Dealers in -

ed a picket outpost on the "bridge." posts' of the enemy over the of phosphate and timber properties ed in of Christian Endeavor, Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surreys]

_ As soon as information of the landing bridge, when his further progress was would do their share Ocala would and that the fiat has gone forth that Road Carts. Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes Etc.:
they approve of such ,
of the enemy near St. Jlarks checked by a superior force of the and should if the road is built lead work and recommend ->

reached Major peneral ,Fam Jones enemy behind entrenchments." The all others the, large and the :small .! local churches its general and adoption ,by the LARGEST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND LOWEST
'commanding. the Department. of Florida "advanced posts" referred to were two farmer and stock man .would naturally *' PRlCi

with headquarters at Tallahassee .or three cavalry pickets., This attack help. Bottled up DeLand would dive ; ,
ChristianS: Endeavor in France .
he' issued orders to hasten forward all was made when the Confederate deep in her pockets, the Clyde on is going ;
\ steadily forward till' it
; available troops. In response thereto forces except Scott's,cavalry. had just the St. Johns would wel"x me this has attained -

4 the First Regiment of Floriila Re t arrived on the ground and before they accession to their territory. and what 22 societies with 2,034 menw T 'LANDS.
bers; but it is uphill work, i iIf
as is all
_ serves.' Colonel had thrown wouldn't Mr.
J. J. Daniel. ando up entrenchments.! Againon Flagler do for a straight .
evangelical work in
S.: companies o? fume Guards," consisting the same pase. ,referring to the line. from his road to th'e Gulf while France. -- you have lands you wish to sell, lease or rentj.4

_ of old men and boys from Quin- second attack. he says: "Colonel the people of Daytona.anfl Seabreeze, What One Man is Doing. or if you want] to buy .lands for farming ''

'- cy and Moriticello, and a section of the I Townsend with his command advanced which would be made the greatest all .-. turDentininO". n.1nmho.. .. "I.no .....,, grazing,
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: Kllcrease Artillery under Lieutenant gallantly, the enemy fleeing on his the year resort on the Atlantic coast, The Flagler road is giving pUll'Vj-IS, -

-t Patrick Houston all under command i approach, and abandoning his breast- would divide their, .wealth, with thf ment to over 4,000 workmen employ'I'I Write toBLO'UNT

..of Colonel Daniel v.-ere hurried to the work: but at the foot almost of the road.builders. And this is the bearest Key West extension. 'This extension is ,I'

c front The writer at that time an officer works he encountered a deep slough outline of the interests involved. and wIll forever be the most wonderful I
fSA of the First Florida cavalry. of Impassible to troops and the command And don't believe there I Isn't suffic- railroad building In the history of ESTATE CC

i ',., the, Army. of Tennessee temporarily on reluctantly retired." The"enemy flee- lent water at Cedar Keys for practical Florida What a- wonderfirl. transformation OCALA F ORIDA. *

sick leave, joined this. force as a volunteer ing." as reported. was but the falling purposes even now. Just look at : Henry SL Flagler has made 'of .;_
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: aide to Colonel DanieL These back of our advanced pickets to the', the government; charts and see that I the East Coast of the state from Jacksonville u -

troops debarked main line and it would not be difficult ', to Key West
from the train on the ; if General Newton was a matter to' at an expenditure ,

St ,Marks railroa at the "Oil Still" made to believe that the Confederate secure what depths -is needed for I probably of $30,000,000: He has -THE -

__ _t_ near. midnight, npd at once marched breastworks were 'abandoned his cred-. present purposes. : been the state's greatest developer and V

-. about seven' miles eastward to the ulity was sadly imposed upon. Neitherwas Would such a road pay? Yes, and benefactor, for he will hardly see the

Natural Bridge, arriving there ,at day-- there any slough in front of main No.' Yes if the method of the modern day when a profit will come from his MorioQ. Hardware ComparHEADQUARTERS

c. .' :lIght the morning of the 6th and at part of the Confederate lines. Nor is railroad constructor like Hill in vast investments.: Many: thousands of
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,. uuce lormea n Hne 1n an open country tnere any foundation .In, fact, upon me west ana tiagier in i-ioriaa is our own peopie nave louowea the 9'

:fronting the wood which covered the which to- base his report of "the complete followed and systematic and intelligent ] opening up of this, beautiful and fertIle '- -

natural bridge. Before such formation repulse of the enemy' It would .effort is made to develop the country for settlement and many .' .'. .
was completed the -cavalry pickets at appear strange indeed, if General actual resources of the country' are getting rich by the opportunities '- -- --V's.-i

_ __Ji: the front were, driven in by the advance Newton had fhflicted a complete repulse through which the. rod passes. No, given to 'the investment of these millions American Wire '

J of the enemy. Tie Federals upon his enemy, that he would if the ancIent history Is followed that in our state. Such investments, Fencing, : > ,
i pushed forward in a. vigorous attack, have.,hurried to his transports. under "there is just so- much business and are what make a state great and pros- Sas1i/Doors and Blinds

which was repulsed. A spirited' fire : cover of darkness leaving his dead we are going to get it anyhow.'' A perous. Just see what will be shipped :- .. .

_ ___ : '. was kept up by both sides for some' unburied and part of his wounded behind j railroad man said some years ago from the! fruit and trucking sections Paints. Oils and .
_ __ time.. The artlUery held a position and a detachment which was that railroading was an exact science. down the East Coast this sea- '.

!: near, the center. supported by the Jn-t captured. The Confederate troops Judging from very recent develop- son. The vegetable output is estimated -. .. \ Mill and Mining Supplies

1 fantry on either side, and the flanks were not repulsed in a single instance ments here it 'seems to be a very con- at nearly half a million crates and. ,

i were held by the cavalry. Colonel Daniel during the campaign; though it Is not siderably Inexact one. The road thatis the pineapple crop will foot up nearly ..v- ":v/: :: -- :. : Turpentine Snpplies
_ was severely Injured being dashed denied that Scott's cavalry fell back here suggested should b'e the best as much. There are growers, some v*, ?- :---*\ .-- :-' "-' ', -
against a tree by his hors, which be I before the hole Federal command.! of paying one in the south and absolutely from Volusia county who will make I r ; -, Improved.. -- -Fl1"mfnO'-....... TMk.. ..._--':

;: -came. ; unmanagaaie wnen the firing five times its numbers. on their advance independent of rail connections. a fortune this season. And still you ,|I II I .- .b ,,;

'commenced lie remained in command after landing until he could What other hundred mile road would hear of fanatics and 'anti-corporation- -

however, until the arrival of successfully\ hold them In cheek after touch both the Atlantic and the Gulf isIs fighting Flagler and his enter- '. GET OUR PRICES _

Brigadier General Miller ...about 9 a.m' crossing the St. Marks river at N1w and in doing so would cross three prises. Proper guards should be

,. who then assumed command-About Port. navagible rivers and incidentally tap thrown around- the operations of railj j

.the same time the company of cadets General Newton was also misinformed other roads exactly eight times. roads as are given the ,people in the f' Marion

and Dunham's battery reached the and therefore greatly exager This road ought to haul enough coal t Railroad Commission-- but this continual I Hardware Compar

scena of action. A desultory fire was rateA the numbers of Confederate down to the East Coast where they have foaming at the mouth by fanatics. ,

kept up during the morning, and soon troops. At the time of the first attackat more money than wood to burn to about railroad corporations does the ., ...,

_: after midday the enemy renewed his the "bridge" .they numbered about pay its fixed charges. And it oughtto state and her people great harm. It i _. _. *" 1

attack in force an.l met by a: heavy I 800 and after the arrival of the last be built a long. time before the Is the method' such people. alopt. tc

iit" fire of artillery and small arms was reinforcements, when the battle was IStbmaln canal is completed Thisy I get office. It is the office they are after Ocala Furniture

_i: again repulsed After this 4 spirited practically over the entire force could way of parenthesis. and not for the real interests Conpn( r

fire was kept up on both sides. Early not have exceeded 1200 The 1000. reinforcements Ocala? It would make Ocala more the state or the people.-Volusla ,

In" the afternoon the 'Confederates from Georgia mehtioned than the Atlanta of Florida. It: ty Record. otj ,

were further reiaforced by several I by the General bad no existence In would give her the key to the situa-
fact. tion._ She would On the front page cf Tom There is Nothinn Ton fond For '
companies of the Second no longer have to I Yon
Florida cav- m.,.. .....I..0. ....", ." _._ .._ _ ..... t
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airy. .dismounted. Throughout the plead for justice but be in fr'ibUi ui ,noo. 'Boke
About 4 p. ru.., the action of the Confederate a positiono I
enemy's fire having ceased, the writer forces a considerable numberof demand it She must inaugurate Georgia. Toni is taking a ,

i ':.: was placed In ummand of a line which had never been under fire the movement and carry it on to its great interest in Hoke'a election' notwithstanding Tint's a broad statement but it h Ids god for

1 .L- of skirmishers, by Ix>eutenant Colonel before. acted with .great gallantry and ,successful completion.. It can be done. he was a member of gret buying cheap furniture. Now that does you will surely re-
: Cleveland's cabinet mean that you
Scott and courage. It can be done here. But there 'must <: Tom's manifest should pay an exorbitant price f '
ordered_ to move forward interest dn or- your goods, and if would
Hdke's you
and be a start 'made., How? The. Ocala election ought to ,be know where you can get .the bes t goods '
feels the enemy. This -was done Hang on! Cling on! No matter what board of trade through working. taken with,an allowance salt Tom's. are paying some other Place at low r prices than yoU

passing over the ground he had oc. they say board of trade, through working com support ought to help the other fel .,. ,
cupied where a number of killed and Push on! low. -
Sing on! Things will come mittees should immediately .
place itself
.. some wounded i :
had been ,
Advanc your way, I
n touch with the boards
of trade of
ing through'the' hammock and swamp Sittln' down and whlnin never We are selling more engraved cards 'Smith.&
# to the helps a" Pensacola of Mobile of New Orleans and Roberts
open on the stationery
other side a sub bit with the than ever because we "
people of Cedar ,
Keys ,
stantial ,
earthwork was found, by a I Best way to git there is to get up and and on to Seabreeze with Mr Flagler 'represent,one, of the best Engravers In ';
si force '
of tha enemy. The' main line git America Samples shown at any time. .wIlLtaL '" ., ,
1; of. and the Cyldes. The subject The Post pleasure in showing : :
Office Drug Store. yo the w.st -good? 'at the lowest
price '
Everything In the '
':, -." turn' ore line at
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::" '* SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, AS TO THE SENATOR Marion DeL Death of Mr*. C. P. McGrath. ,

[r Local Editor. Ocala ../........14
FROM THE 20th DISTRICT Reddick .,... ..* .:2 -
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Cotton Plant .,...1: '
HAPPENINGS ABOUT. TOWN. A Full History as to That So'Called Blue Springs ........ ......1 terday morning contained the .information 0. GROCERY

zard ,. ...
"Rotation" Between Marion Camp ; .1: of the death
and of'Mrs.
C P. Mc-
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Shady Grove .. .1:
., Mr. ;W. Sp..,Clyatt. of this city was' ,Sumter Counties. Summerfield ......: Grath, which occurred early yesterday
!" f Visitor' ( 'Jacksonville on"Tuesday Lake, Weir ... ..' .
a "* Moss Bluff ........ ......: morning' In 'Tampa; where she had
MHrt* Orange Lake Fla. April 4, 1906. Grahamville .,.2 DEAL Only in Good Things to Eat
A pair of our White House shoes Salt Springs .,....,.." .1 been for several weeks with her sister -
fs :will Make your feet glad. New low To the Editor Ocala Banner: Fort McCoy .... ..._..2 Mrs. J. M. Terrell. Her neice. Miss and
Keep the Best We Can Our
just in for and Buy.
;; 'quarter, styles ; men Having received'' several letters of Orange Springs ...
women.. The Fair. x Linadale 1 Gertrude Pereda of this city, who
---. Stock is as Complete in Ocala and
inquiry and finding there, is still. an Citra .2 made her home with Mrs. McGrath as any is .
Smith and Miss Bateman, two Anthony ........... .!2 :
ills Impression among many voters of the Martin ... ........ ..v. _'.,.1 was with her at the time of her Always Clean and Well Kept. While in town
attractive young ladles of McIntosh, I twentieth senatorial Stanton ......... t;.1] death; having gone to Tampa on Sat-
iave;spent several days In Ocala this district that the Blitchton ..2 urday. Give'us a Trial and be Covinced that we are -
"rotation or alternating rule"' has Bellview ._.,.1
week. McIntosh...3 'She
was the'widow of the late William -
been the agreement between Marion I Pedro ...... ...1] -
,1[r. Orson Boothby a former Ocala and Sumer ,counties I beg that you Dunnellon ,...;...... ....I J. McGrath, who was one of the "(X J K/: : ti
has been quite sick fr Candler....: ..........-..1 pioneers of this county. She had beena S :
,who sometime
boy, republish the enclosed letter of June, Sparr .1:. ....' ] I ,:
his mother, Mrs. resident of our city for twenty -
U visiting
past 1S93 and the resolution passed by the -
T J. Owen. last senatorial convention which was S 51 years or more and was held in high We Give the Market Price, for .Eggs. They

Sumter Del. esteem. She was a most estimable .
w It' held In Ocala on July 21, 1898. Sumterville .4 this week.
G. S. Wilson and children have and leaves are up
Mrs. In addition to the facts set forth the Oxford.:...2 lady a large circle of
to their dome in Lake City Wildwood ..: .3
returned friends and acquaintances, who will
visit In Ocala with Mrs primary election system which has Rutland .?.1 Call and get Pumpkin Seed Free of Charge ifyou
after a prevailed since that time, has empha- Bay Hill .' ,.. ...-.1 greatly regret to learn of her death. ;'
BOB'S Sister, Mrs. C. N. Schlemmer. Webster .2 Mrs. MeGrath had been in ill health .
sized the of for the ;
action the convention and Center Hill ...3 :want to try $10.00 prize.CLARK .
some months but her friends
A 'pairr.of our White House shoes made "rotation" impossible except by Bushnell .2
Massacre ......1 unaware that her condition was
will make your feet glad. New low the virtual suppression of the vote of ser-
quarter styles just in; for men and Pemberton ....... _.1 ious and the news of her death came Next to McIver
one or the other .
women. The Fair x county.D. n n ft)' -'r ., ..),__ BROS. Prop.Our .
H.. IRVINE. zu al' G JLLVbA .UGLLMThe and M.CKay
)ir. R. L. Carter, after a visit of S ', The precincts may select their dele- remains"will be brought to, .
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gates at such a time as may be convenient ..
several days, In Ocala with his daughter From the Ocala Evening Star, June and in the manner as to them Ocala today for interment ,and the -- -- -

Mrs.. Vernle Roberts has returned 1898. may seem proper.W. funeral will be in charge of Mr.: Mc-
S. BULLOCK. Chairman.S. .
home Lake Iver. The remains will be laid to rest
;. to his near City. T. Sistrunk, Secretary. ,
'- D. H. Irvine Corrects a Popular But jn the old cemetery immediately after low quarter White House shoes Cures Coughs and Colds.

Mrs. Edgar Ferdon and little son, of Erroneous Impression. Resolution Passed by the Senatorial the arrival of, the Seaboard train for Men and Women can't be beatenin
Convention July 27, 1898. ... Ocala. The Fair. x Mrs. C. Peterson, 625, Lake St. To-
Sarasota., arrived at the Montezumahotel To the Editor Ocala Star: "Whereas, there exists a very gen- from Tampa. Rev. G. H. Harrison, of peka, Kan., says: "Of all cough remedies -

... Wednesday to join Mr. Ferdon, In your report of the proceedings of eral misunderstanding as to an agree- Grace Episcopal church, having chargeof From Lampases, Texas, were ship- Ballard's Horehound Syrup
the twentieth senatorial district is favorite. It has done and will
exec- ment for rotation In the nominee of my
manager. of the Ocala stone company.. utive committee this paragraph. ap- the twentieth senatorial district, there- the services. All friends of the deceased ped recently to Chicago 10,000 poundsof I:do all that Is claimed for It-to speedily

years: fore be itResolved are invited. to' attend. the funeral the long feathers from the tails and coure all coughs and colds- and It
;. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mayo and their "There was an interchange of viewsas That we are opposed to Is,so sweet and pleasant to take. For =
C little son. of Belleview, spent Wednesday to the propriety of Issuing an address any plan for rotation in the future, and wings of turkeys. sole by all druggists. m _
that the status of reaffirm the .
naming a resolution passed by the .
:: In Ocala with Mrs. Mayo's parents I senator from the two counties by rotation convention of 1888, the interest of

f ,.Dr. and Mrs. W. V. Newsom. ,Ii I I which has existed for the past which was to obliterate county lines, L '". .
ten be -- '
years annulled and that here- and have all nominations made from "
after he be selected from the district the district at large, without referenceto
A satisfied customer is the best advertisement Irrespective of county lines, but It .
rotation the
was or residence of
and satisfaction, is not thought beyond the suggestion of the candidate. *any
;' only our aim, but our guarantee. Try committee and a matter for the con- I Messrs. Irvine, Harris and Himes '
: the White House shoe; spring styles vention to duly "
consider. favored
resolution and it
was I'
: for men and women just arived/ The To the contrary the proposition was passed unanimously. EASTER TALK
; r r. x to make known that no such agree- The convention was pleasant and !
ment for "rotation" had ever existed. harmonious. _
f. Jlr.. and 11rs. Harry J. Precht are The erroneous Impression grew froma -

boarding at the Spellman 'House onm private agreement of some of Mr.
( Received.
Ocklawaha John F. Dunn's friends .to use their
avenue. Influence In favor of some Sumter man .

i:'"l1 S. Jean K. Austin- has returned. In 18 .O. The and proceedings executive of committee all conferences The following invitations have been Just want to call your attention to the fact -

thome from a ten day's visit to At- meetings and conventions will show received in Ocala by the friends of

frlanta'. where she ,was the guest of that ever no made.agreement for "rotation" was Miss Taylor and Attorney General Ellis fiat t our buyer has just returned frcm New II

|Mrs,L. A. Finch and Mrs. Bessie Mc- The convention of 1888, the first aft : ,
.n thA_n_ ilhtl"ll't_;__.____ U"JH...._! .f/\prn"r1_.u.... .ne..."erns"..u ...
tCoanelL without opposition the following preamble Mr. R. Fenwick Taylor I markets with full'
York and other
r. and resolution, which had been requests the honour of a

Among the prominent visitors in arranged by a conference committee of your company at the marriage of his ,
f'- three from each county and sanctioned i .
Ocala on Wednesday were Messrs. E. by the two delegations in conference I daughter 4 line of everything fit to wear, We have a
before the convention'assembled..
, I*, Wartmann. and W J. Crosby of Serena Halleto

\:CttraJ, Mr. Dlxon Irvine, of Sranse "Whereas app fti{.Rmsnt under for the calllne ordinary DOlitieaJ rulesof b of all kinds .' -

If i jake, and Mr. Henry T. Spooner, of conventions Involving more than one Mr. William Hull Ellla g assortment
I county it I is thought that the same
'Stanton-on-Lake-Weir. on Tuesday the seventeenth of
; I cannot be equitably applied so as to Aprilat .
__ give general satisfaction to the dem- twelve o'clockat '
cMr, Cosby, a young contractor of ocratic voters of the twentieth senatorial Tallahassee .
1 ,Louisville, Ky; Is "In Ocala for several is of district the greatest of Florida importannce and whereasit that Spring & Summer Goods

tu t'toys having come to bid on the con- the utmost harmony and unity should Sound Endorsement.As ,
f- tract for Ocala's handsome new court prevail among the democrats of this .
:; district. Therefore be it Suitable for Easter Dresses.
I p'l'' house "That the executive committee resolved In will be seen by his announce- ( ) F.x

calling conventions hereafter shall ment in today's paper Mr. Frank B.

. A satisfied customer Is the best advertisement make all apportionments by voting Turner has yielded to the, solicitations 3

4": ,only our aim, and but satisfaction our guarantee.is Try not .districts ties, and or thus precincts secure and representation not by coun- Of his friends and has agreed to'make Our prices on, Dress Goods are from 4c. to 36c. a yard; same

: the White House' shoe; spring styles 'direct from the voters of the entire the race for tax assessor. With the

;:":. ',i'air for,men and women just arived. The x restraints district. and incident thereby to avoid county the delega-usual possible exception of Mr. James _R. elsewhere are 5c. to 50c. a yard. By this time, no doubt, you _

'; --. -'- tions." Moorehead. who was our efficient learned that sell considered r
':- The pity administration has received There had been much contention in county surveyor for 16 years, Frank have we cheaper, (quality ) than

;;','the ,new horse It for the the conference meetings but the main Turner is '
purchased probably the best
"- facts necessary at this time are giv- posted other house in Marion County.
:>: Hft 'department and the four mules en in the resolutions, and-show beyond man on land, and land values in the any

:*:-..purchased for sanitary and scavenger. question and the that purpose the understanding of the conventionwas reached county. He is,an upright straight forward _. '

'work. to practically obliterate county man, a hustler in business has

:: lines in the party organization of the lots of friends over the county and .
f.Yr.; F. M. Harp of the firm of Harp 20th senatorial district. Marion coun- To Men and
! ty has over four times the populationand his opponents will have to hustle to Boys:
Mind a .
Watson ,
large turpentine opera- about three times the .democraticvote come out ahead of him on the 15th of : :
1t Fs in the Citra: neighborhood, was Of Sumter. Any agreement for 4
"rotation" would have
been in viola-
- among the prominent visitors to the
l tion of the'right to representation anda One Who Has Known Him Thirty
tfPbrlck city" Wednesday. political outrage upon many members Years. We wish to say that our line of Men's Summer Suits for ,
1:Y of the party in both counties.

p },:Mrs.: T. E. 'Mitchell)) and pretty lit- With strength equal,the principle population of or"rotation"or party Purchases. a Lot in Ocala. $4.98 are just the thing for Easter. These goods are

1 e girt of Bellevlew "alternation" Is'
1ty.-y- have' been the pernicious. It Is .
guests of Mrs. J. J. Tlllis In Ocala for undemocratic non-representative, by easily worth $8.00.
several the suppression of a part who are deprived Mr. W. J. Crosby, a prominent citizen -
days this week.Annie of all voice in the selection of
of Citra, member of the democratic
their; candidates. For instance, in the
"Miss'" present call, which 'gives Marion 51 executive committee and a success- Our line of Boy's Suits will make anybody look like
" and Miss Ben McLaugh- and Sumter 20 delegates: If the nomInation fullettuce grower on Wednesday pur- a
]|.ili of Sanford. North Carolina)) who is conceded to Sumter then
t;-.have spent several months at Fairfield ,,14, possibly 11, from a total -of 71, chased the corner lot of the ZeButt a thing of beauty on Easter. The prices are from 98c. to
will decide the nomination.: Shades of property, fronting on Magnolia street
| With their brother Mr. A. J. McLaughS Randolph Tucker and other great advocates -
of the "time-honored and. the public square. This is one $3.48 worth. $1.50 J to. $5.00
.S:.- have returned. to their home Mr. 2-3ds .
rule. Can it be possible that any of the most eligible business lots' in
i *CLaUghlin accompanied his sisters democrat claims the right for such departure Ocala and we understand that Mr.
, as:far as Jacksonville. from the traditions of the
-.-_.! -- past__ ? < Crosby having faith in the future of When it comes to Men's Pants we can suit anybody in

f Z'i: _, r Mr. .Henry T. Spoonertthe owner of the Having senatorial servea executive continuously committee upon Ocala purchased this. property as an fit and Our aim is and
style to
tone of the prettiest orange groves on since its first formation my purposeIs investment. save you money yet

,Lake Weir,and one which has weathtered sion to and correct show this to the erroneous democrats impres-of the- numerously signed petition will make some for ourselves. The way we do it is by

>all the freezes was'a visitor to 20th district that there has never been
be presented to "Uncle Billy" Folks
Ocala any agreement for "rotation." Every
Wednesday and
< was registeredat call for a convention since the resolution praying him to announce himself a -
:the Ocala House.
passed by the convention of candidate for the legislature and promIsing -
#::: .' I- 18&8, has been made "in accordance
. ') therewith," and every delegate to the him their endorsement and 'support -
--,:. Mt' Stewart Harris, of: Citra FlorIda approaching convention has the rightto "Uncle Billy" is well grafted in All Shoes sold with that if they do '
Is spending his sprIng. vacation support whoever he prefers for the our are a guarantee not
i the popular affection and the votes he
_from Asheville college at the home of : nomination. -\
Mrs. In the interest Of the democratic would receive would be a caution. A give satisfaction after being: worn your money will be cheerfully -
Robinson Stewart, on party and the whole people of the district ,
him would
campaign from be
West Peachtree street.-Atlanta Con- and the state, It is to be hoped t
_BtituUon.. that the best man will be selected- and the most popular, in our county- refunded.

,' ,..- -- and ficient.retained as long as he proves ef- annals. ""Uncle Billy" is an entirely

To-the Trustees D. H. IRVIXE. original, character and is the embodi-
of BaptistChurch
t Anthony
-, : --.-- ment of candor and fairness. Whathe
Gentlemen Call for Democratic Senatorial Con- I Ladies' Solid Leather Shoes forMen's $1.29
I; We take the liberty of telling you '. vention. is he is and if a spade is a spadehe

gthatr will be given a lib- .. calls It a spade, nothing:more, nothing -
Jeral quantity of L. & M; Paint when- The democratic party of the twentieth less. Almost without an effort t
"ever they paint. II senatorial district of Florida will -
gal- hold a convention at Ocala, in the he woulld occupy a front place at

|, lpns Oil will paint a moderate -. court room, Wednesday, July 27. Tallahassee. Solid Leather Shoes for $1.48
; sized house, 1898, at ,12 o'clock .noon, for the pur-
'y Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per pose of nominating a candidate for the
a 110\, twentieth senatorial district state tit Mr. John L. Edwards declines reelection -
j 'L;: & M. Zinc hardens L. & M. While: Florida tot>e voted for at the next
for member of the board of
' and makes the Paint wear like election. Said district being composed -
iron of the counties of Sumter and Marion county commissioners from the Ocala

:."Largest 1 mills in the world use L. & by ,districts and is,entitled as follows to :representation* district and Mr. G.,'S. Scott for member THE VARIETY STOREI

'V.: Arnold Print Works North ,Adams One -delegate to each twenty democratic of the school board. Both these

" JKass, used nearly 17,000 gallons L. votes, and a fraction over ten. gentlemen have served faithfully and -
:f& ,11. Paint made with 10,000 gallons based upon the vote for senator at the
>**: &' '!.f. and 7OQO gallons pure LinocCQ -' election held In 1894. Precincts hav efficiently and will 'retire from office TOM HARRISA MARCUS FRANK

,Oily ing less than ten votes will be en- with the esteem. and good wishes of

,Sold' by ,Mclver & :MacKay, Ocala titled to one delegate. Precincts and' their fellow citizens.- .-- ," _, ,
Ala,'_ representation as follows: ,::_ "F' _. .:__-: _

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., -EXPENDITURE.! .' .
jr Sowing The Wind and I
.. ,FRANK HARRIS, Editor. V -Taking'out the swamp and overflowed V Whirlwind. Let us see haw it will work: I
.P. V. Leavengood, Business Manager lands of the ,state there'are 34,500- -. "So many cabbages potatoes, tur TijES BBATijUAY

:f .'. 000 acres of land in Florida that are Never In the history of. etc. etc., represent day's work

now ,available for cultivation of by has .an official board
Tt I 'when come with your labor
S clearing would become available. This regard for'public opinion you ,
; .....-
__ __ land '.belongs to the: people of Florida; such carelessness' in the ,"good for one day's labor value" --

I. It VarieS In quality from almcst of their official duties"as will 3getquantfty. Quite TEXT;-"Remember the Sabbath I be' no Incentive tc la.bo. Tbert"";

worthless to the most productive land drainage commission. you see! But next year there day, to keep; it holy. ,Six days shalt, be nothing for which to I

on the 'globe. Leaving out the- cities Tills board is composed a drouth or grasshoppers or chinch thou labor and do all thy work; but dormant energies of 'his ajni. '. ...

and the larger towns there are .not ernor comptroller. state bor would lose its
other Insect scorch the 'seventh day is the Sabbath of the : meaning ;
or peat .or
more .than 350,000'people torney general and the ,
; living on We take It that
Sr"f. Lord thy God; in it thou shalt not do : :very few ai-
these lands-not half of .them are of of agrlc tture. The very winds, or hail storms, or cyclones few are growing fewer
ariy work thou nor thy son nor thy who ..*...t
the 'age or sex for farm la or. The of all others. should set an the region or regions where the fondness to the "5
i people of Florida cannot,.possibly, utilize all citizens -obedience to ( and daughter. thy manservant 'nor thy where man must
farms located the re-
: are scourge th >&
maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy o
Motto Th" Banner, believing those more' than 4,500,000 acres of their and the careful is a crop shortage. The same la- stranger that is within'thy gates: For scarify the soul to make hi .

'well to take land. This would give 'each family cial duty. Ing to the Creator. :
Is not
at the top I able care of I is involved, but the crop six .the Lord made heaven and We takTifl T V
in days
living farms about 60 This board 'was created
i # on acres. It Now the board must establish God would not have
: themselves,] has taken its .stand in the is made mp
and all that in them ,
t/ earth the
sea '
would give over 20 acres to each working of the last legislature ; .
barricades with the common people equilibrium between demand and so beautiful; he would nO;)a,1't.
band.. it to and rested the seventh day: where .
: and its fight will be made for the betterment S ized "prepare, a or How will it do it? Let compe- so-lavish: with his color ;:
; ttie Lord blessed the seventh day .10.
I fore .
Then there are 30,000,000 acres of the alluvial or
_. of, those at ,the bottom. swamp n fix a new price? That would be gal with his harmonies; hit,;
land belonging of FlorIda ed taxable lands * : and hallowed jt. -Ex. 20:8, 9.- 10 and o
the people
f( LA _. ._-._ abandon the labor theory, for fhere ; have, created the lofty mOW1talni
that could be profitably sold and thereon an acreage tax 11. .
__ : --FRIDAY APRIL 6TH, 1906 S no more labor in the product than V J V V the lovely valleys and the eaL-
most of it the owners would like to sell ten cents per acre per This command like all commands
There is only one other and beauties of
:_ way nature "
if a- fair price were offered. Which From the foregoing qu emanating from the Creator, appliesto scatter i i
S. can be done. That is, to regulate and there and
Jeff Davis'has been nominated Unit then. is needed-more land or more the law ,tt will be seen man-to man as a sentient being.. everywhere If i It'';
demand. When calls for not done for ?
a man man's
: ed States senator for Arkansas'over people? was V not authorized to Nature, which is often confoundedwith gratiflc4tloa/x! .

VV cabbae-es____ __ the,__ directors___ must tell .. He would not hlv...... ....... < .."
: n' ---
-i Senator: James B. Berry. the present 'Already about $50.000 have been expehded. any lands except God. ,is ceaseless in its move V .u.eQ.Jt.:
incumbent .that. though the price is unchang- tastes and desires and
in preparing to. drain the Ev Now then. the Southern ments.. Nature's works go on forever. made..it-
he can get only one for his de- to strive to satisfy them. .
erglades. ,How much more Vlll be and Timber company Ceaseless and evermore the rivers run .-.
: The Virginia legislature ,has passed ,if complied with would soon Christ in his definition \
11 spent for this purpose? We cannot fore the federal court at ; from the mountains to the sea. and ts i
a bill reducing passenger fares on the the law of price they had es- bath said that "the sabbath
: answer and no one else seems to have to stop the board from with God is ceaseless dn her move- wa r'
railroads to. two cents ,a mile. Better ,The crop is short We must for man and not man for the
; any more definite opinion. This was tax on their lands. The i mnts and continuous in its roar. This : bii,;
than a rallroad'commlss'lon.. equilibrium: between de i and we take It' that this Is "
V' pent to add more, land to the 30,000- ed the suit; the court earth of ours Is. ever moving onward, a fII i'
.and supply. Therefore your .de nition.
,. The Palm Beach 'Dally ,News has 000 acres surplus Instead of adding board from collecting the and John Jasper the Richmond colored :
must be cut off. In cutting off Whatever will give
finished Its season: and the proprietor'promises population to supply a part of the company and decided 'divine, was right in saying that the rest and
demand how will it be appor- tion to the body and
: 5,000,000 deficit- creating the board was "sun do move." beauty b ;
and better
a bigger
pa- ? Aye, there's the rub! The edi- bility to the soul, that
per for next season.-St. Lucle Tri Why spend money in getting .what The board of course was The birds warble their morning matins is the bt-
of the Socialist paper publIshed by which the day should
- bune.. we Ijave too much of already insteadof to let the lands of the' and the squirrels leap from boughto I be obeejy ,
Ruskin Colony in Tennessee just Religious devotions (
T spending it to get what we need? Land and Timber,company V bough and the butterflies exhibit In God's. ,

-r .r Mr.\L N.: Withers of Lady Lak ,- is It, may be, said that under present It is going right ahead the colony disrupted wrote: their wondrous beauty. All days are help and succor to those "nand ',,

v candidate for state senator from' laws the money #spent .in preparing td everybody else-in the face isto be noticed that whenever alike to them. Nature sets the example .distress, a ramble to the 't"

L8.ke or melons or ,anything and a scattering of
county. Mr. Withers is a bro drain the Everglades could not have cislon that the board, has of activity. She la ever go- seeds cthj.
r is raised in the garden the board ness, where they shall ;,
: ther-in-law of. .Mr.. F. A.; Teague and been spent in an effort to secure im istence. Ing forward and her mysteries are ever take .

). r.s. Townley Porter. of'.this city and migration. Present laws can be Again although the law directors are sure to" have their being revealed. V som and bring forth fruit aai ""

'. Is.in. all respects a most excellent-gen changed and one dollar spent .in an the .board1 to levy taxes only first under S.I the table.I S 'V Another thing noticeable in the by enrich the earth and makfli"

tleman. intelligent effort to vial or and of is that ter, is the proper observance. ,
secure immigration swamp ov wonderful story creation
-ic ......... and organize as you will, Sabbath day.
would .accomplish more of good lands," yet the board "the evening arid the morning were the _:
lir. are still as far off as'ever from
LincolnHuIIy >
president of .,
: for the State than one hundred',spent this law.has levied taxes ,,, '. ,. ,. day." Nothing is said of 'the night. ComoliiYient i.!;
to Jurfan
: : Stetson University Is out in Pn1ttlt'IIJ. ,ni'I'II.'A.. .An .htan. c..ao.
a strong ----- ------- r-- -- ---0- ;
in adding. more land to our already ately, without any regard The supposition is that night is madefor' i 'T'r!.
Jette shape but not its nature. Under iI '<
: taking the position that the the I i.
enormous surplus. ography of the land and bodily restSix ;t
: trustees of Stetson of Judge Syd L. Carter
University should average intelligence and of Gain sr.
The darinage of the Everglades gard to right equity, or God worked.
days 'The
I -
S .resign and thereby'u't the university that exists the strong and supposition was'In town this' week and isdj .
t' would not add one dollar to the valueof For! instance: Ttoere is is that when the morning light
'in a position to obtain the' $100,000 will combine to rule. The in. office pleasant call. JudfrCis' :.
the lands that' the people of Flor- the highest and driest land first streaked the eastern horizon He .
: :bequest: from Mr Stetson. Rev. W. A. servility of man to man in a candidate for the legislature!
ida individually own except to that county so high and dry began his labors and only when night ,',
I Hobson, on the 'contrary't ke.i, the pot power and place in politics Alashua; county. He Is .OnsVf "
.' f portion now overflowed that' is owned rain continuously for weeks, threw her > '-'.
sable robes the
sition that they ought noi to resign. up. the unscrupulous by their over scene brain it men ,and best lawyers.; !)

'. ., So the old sore, that has' afflicted that by .Individuals. Its tendency would be in thirty minutes after the rottenness and thus we have* a did He cease from then*.* 5 state and wouldbe. a recognizedl

> by adding to the supply to decrease the water has all I The edict is in "the 'sweat of
;: \.JnstitutJon, is re-opened., ; Tweed in an alleged democracy. ed In the house. Alachaa eu
the value of the lands of the state. piece of land is two miles face thou shalt earn thy bread."
.c, Christian religion started in So- would make a mistake if Mr It
I" ,A Little Commissioner. The' time will come but lwill be nearest "swamp or o "Six days shalt thou labor' that's

r' ., t 'I In coming' when will yet. this board of drainage and proposed to redeem the. were- not elected. Many vital *
many years we the command and the hours supposed
are -
;. by love and fraternity but. af tions will need the
',. championship
(: That R. Hudson Burr.will make such need more land in Florida. Then the sloners has Imposed a to be from sun to sun. -
V centuries of organization' it de his keen foresight shrewd j'dgr&legal
a strenuous. canvas as he did two. drainage of the Everglades, If possible on it This command to labor to .
_ into a vast hierarchy, whose applies ability and irresistible e1oq 1 :
: I years ago .Is very doubtful. A nine would place on the market lands that There Is another piece l all mankind. The world is to be bee ,
made and unmade. kings and had a A determined
effort will
c/ pound boy: arrived at his home 'a few would be mediately very- valuable. It Dade county which is all hive ,of industry. All are to be workers. be.jiafcl.
place.'F potentates of the earth at his feet upset the Buckman law and IbM
:',. days.agQ and politics had1 to slide.S .- ,Is folly to drain them when the lands -and upon it no tax is There are to be no drones .Work
his toe. Purify as we may in educational affairs into chaotic
St Lucie Tribune. gained would not sell for enough to board whatever. \
is life Inertia death.It .
/ this vision of a fraternal com ; fusion; the white light of-truth
pay the expense'of drainage.-Times- There are two other pi :
is not however to be all w'ork.and
Forward. If made democratic and be turned the l
Looking on management *
; Union. dry, .land. lying side by, side no play. God Is a sensible God. Under
t to the popular will it could' Internal Revenue Fund from J3

: : The formal announcement of Judge Women Pushing the Men Aside. from kind of soil and growth, a reflect the average morality and a ceaseless strain the tension ginning until now; the hands c1{;.

Baker.. brother-in-law1 of Mr. John. N. the nearest overfl : \ attainments. Jiy no possibil i would be too great and the mind would railroad commission should-

: -.Stockton: ; as a, candidate for the S The Savannah News calls attentionto and.:on one of these tracts a i would a court of judgment be t'5.1 give way; and. Instead. of man makingthe strengthened., On all these

.. '.."State ..senate makes an assurance the. fact of the remarkable .manner posed and .on the 'other it is i 1 whose opinions would reach : great achievements which show Judge Carter stands with tbe que.3?

c- t doubly sure to Mr. Stockton's positionv In ,which the women are, pushing the But. nothing better Is to beyond the superstitious! multi- that he is a part of the divine 'nature: Alachua county .and Florida -neel '
ed. The have
people sown ,
-in the United States' senatorial contest men aside in nearly all the 'avt nue of, lie who could promise most he would accomplish nothing. Rest is anJ we hope he vfrill be elected. "
j and must V
the .
': four years hence. It means as nothing trade. Women reap ; 'be most a part! of his divine attributes. t 'I{:
are .found steadier favored.-David Eccles. than that needs :
,' i I have planted the storm each county tejs
S : else could mean that little "Johnny- than men. are more rellable,- moreV diligent and God rested from his labors.. Only its full
_ JI *: tempest; they'have been quota of good n\n. _
: .rum -Up" is already getting busy, and more painstakIng. Women How Figures Multiply. V those who labor can rest It,, Is should
J Jifial
be vacant
or worse
theory and
their"eyes will
: :'o and that there I? going to be .some- as we have remarked several times before V sweet to those. Like balmly sleep, It an Improper man.-Levy Times-
by a reality. Jasper News. cent doubled every day for
__ :. ..thing doing in the next campaign for do .not smoke cigarettes, they do 'one is .all comforting.] But to ,those who
_ (31 days) will ocrat
produce remark-
_ .; S .. the election of a United States Sena- not drink beer and red liquor dp. not The following news item results. Go over ,these do, not labor rest becomes, a labor.. It
1 :.Jacksonville' Floridian. paint the town red and waste their becomes tiresome and the world losesIts
In the Times Union
J day .. .... .... ... .O} cent
( time .in riotous living. luster its grandeur and its beau-
'\ .. .1 story; As predicted in the day .-.-.:...*-. .- -. .*.. -.-.' _.n.'.) inh... .' I Trnnmi r
Editors in Heaven. Here> is what the staid and most of the -- ty. Life becomes a: spectre: existence -j

S season that day. .. ..... ..; ....04 cents I tn"IULt I1UllISCALPHUMOR ,
-- conservative Savannah News says: a nightmare. I
3 ship between ,8 .OOO and day ... ...., ... ..'.. .os cents V
That the blue pencil is used .at the Are women to be the bank clerks _of of To enjoy the world we" must do' as
cabbage it is
now shown day .... ...........'. ..16 cents '
i throne of grace, on all prayers. sent to the near future? This is the opinionof 80,000 mark has been God says. We must obey his laws?
/It: passed day .. ... ........... 32 cents
;, is the opinion .expressed at a meetT Mr. Frank A .Vanderlip vice presi- get the 100,006 give explicit obedience, to his com S
ingot the Methodist crates by the I day .. ... . .... .64 cents .
ministers. at the dent of the National City Bank of is mands. V
;: ; ; ) over. They are day ,. ......i.. . .. .1.!S dollars t
I -. Wiey Memorial. church }fo Atlanta byRev..C. New York and formerly assistant seq- $1.50 crate' and God Rested' the Seventh Day.
per have
: .-' :, day .... u. ".,. .2.56 dollars .
; ., C, Jarreil, pastor of the Grace retary of. the treasury. He says: that $1 This command-is unh'ersa.lln its application -
growers over
a prate day . .. ..
; .. ... 5.12 dollars
Methodist church in that Sores
; city. tt Badly Affected With
'I ., women have clearly and: conclusively, through. and have put $ .' applies to all the house-
_ & kMr.'Jarrell's oyer day -. .. .. .... .. 10.24 dollars V
: ,
opinion followed a remark demonstrated their capacity for clerical : the hands Of the bold; to the whole family of man. Tp CrustsExtended .Down Bef'
.5 S. .of Rev. O. C'; Simmons day .. ... .:. .. .. .. .20.48 dollars
against and, routine work in business- ber less than 100 the ,stranger that is. within thy gates;
: 4 specific families, day .. .. .. .i.. 40.96 dollars : the Ears:'" Some Years ti
-, prayers fices and ,that year after year larger the Coleman truckers in to the ,wife- son and daughter; to the
: "I day ... ....,... ...81.92 dollars .
should be afraid Pusfefe
V to
pray said numbers of them are being employedin dition financially manservant and the maidservant and Painful and Itching ]
as any
Mr. jarrell day .. .. .. .. .,. ... 163.84 dollars
< "if I were not sure that banks in places formerly occupied the state. The'Item to the beast of. burden that is in thy Part ;
J :' my prayers would be edited day .. .. .. .. .. ....327.68 dollars Broke Out on lower'
at the lmen.. In the ,cours of a few years, the immense tomato employment.V ,

.. : ::5. ".throne' of grace. I believe. that this is he predicts most of the banks will .uon.-- -was- .. crop.-in. day .. . ,.p 655.36 dollars TMa A...... M....oet"..'. .n",,,.,.... *..co.n'..-.'" u tta _UJ___U._ -RMv-.- Snn WVil *Aicn MWV' .Afflrled..J ...----,.- '

S 5 why we do not entirely uninjured by day ...... ;. .. ..1310.72 dollars ,
always '
receive. what have women- clerks and men only at cold. surcease -from the daily _
4 ask day .. .... ...2621.44 I-
'.. -we- for-our has dollars
S request been ed- the heads of departments. It requiresno grind. The doing of, that' which

: ,. S. ''ited. ( day .. .. ..5,242.88 .dollars TRIPLE CURE BY ,
great deal of examination to as- Let your morning and will lessen the tension which will
J"- Rev. Samuel Chad".Ick also your day ... ;. ... ... .10,485.76 dollars VV
provoked _
.. ; certain that women are constantly entering salutation be Ocala! Let it bring. enjoyment which will lengthen REMEDIES
-; V discussion by his remark that he day, .. .. .... 20971.52 dollars
I more largely into the commercial first last and all the time. a man's days and-brIng to the world
: '. V: ;had rather be an honest brewer than day ., ..{.. ...41,943.04 dollars J
affairs of the coun- praises from not only Solemnity and piety but
V: 1 VI : a hypocritlcalVChnIs1an.. V thehousetops.. day .. .. .. .. .. .. 83886.08 dollars. .
try. Twenty-five years ago It was a be a'long pull, a strong pull laughter, mirth nd'song.. "About ten mT scP
I : day .... ... .. 167772.16 dollars years ago
S ; V Wanted-Men rare thing to see a woman in a .busi altogether. To build V I The rigid church disciplinarian, who came badly affected -with soreIi>
Who a city .
Stand for Some- I
day ........ .. .335544.32 dollars and ezte
V : V ness office; now there are few business constant and.unceasing labor. sits down to a hob'dinner,, the laborof itching humors, crusts,etc.,
a V V "SSV < thing. offices in which day: ... p.. .671088.64 dollars ing down behind the ears. M
one or of'them
S V more effort with domestics is not in
-- will not be found. concentration ,of day . .. .. .. 1,342.177.28 dollars & a position S came out in places also.: I :wis

J: 5, All over the,state. men will soon be accomplish' much. And faith : day ... ....,.2,684,354.56 dollars to sit in judgment on the man. who troubled; understood it vas
S nominated for election" to the state/ ter In. If faith will remove steals out with rod and reel to some Tried various remedies, BO ca11edt'Jl'
I A Law.V day ..... ....5368709.12 dollars out effect. Saw Cuticur
senate Popular it will build shady .spot on some. sequestered your
V and house of representatives. a 'ctty.Fastidious. stream. Jr
V -' da.y ......,.. .10,734,418.24 dollars tisement, and got them at once
V.. V V < There are issues before the people and forgets the perplexities of life's plied them as to directions, etC -

V '5 : in which they are vitally interestedand There are 'no signs on the horizon Tampa.. Make Strange Bedfellows. daily grind in this manner of ,recre. after two weeks, I think, of U4 If

V V V V upon which the next legislature that the Buckman law will be an issue Since .Tampa has.heard tion. clear as a whistle. v

will 'l-e In State'polItics during the com hardt .Carmack. 'of Rest and "I have to state also that W l
called the Tennessee recreation
upon to take action.. people of that I .are wide in fall October and November .l90

VVtVV 5 V Some of thee issues are the revision ing campaign. The change in our lofty ideas, and won't fool returned to Washington from his I their applications.As was,suddenly afflicted With a nsa r.r

:: V V of the Buckman law; the drainage system! of higher education! with criminal he isn't graduate. against Gov. Bob Taylor for no two members of a'family are tion painful and itching pust uIea or.:

of the Everglades and the reduction of disapproval only in spots, few and far college or has a big record.. as United States senator. His alike in looks or temperament so the f lower part of the bOdy. under J suft'

between. -Live Oak Democrat. at this time 'was there dreadfully. In two months,
-.5 V taxation.In V Index. brought about is a diversification mnnin.. _L"u" .. .JAin" tf
: ISJWJW treatment 01 my a"V 't-s
S. view of these vital issues"It is not V by Senator Tillman of South through the warp and woof of human joined with Cuticura Soap and OB |

;. : V'": enough for a man to $ clever social Mr. J. E. T. Bowden at one time Warm for Broward. who .has charge of, the rail- nature. What is rest for one man is Ointment, I found myself

V. :. and an all-round good fellow. The mayor of Jacksonvilleonce Its leading rate bilL Both of these senators labor for another. What la pleasure 1 "Six years ago my son was *?"J:

: S VV V i. V people want to know where he stands merchant, a large property holder Governor. Broward is accord with the bill now before for one is vexation for the other. so with'a severe cold, a hard all cough.' ;
.5 and a progressive finally painful eruption fjj
V.. ,on these Important questions, The and successful man large portion of that certain on, that subject known as to appreciate" rest in -its fulness, we body. r procured the Cutic.Ira

S people want his pledges as to his acts along all lines, has recently been climate the preachers used to bill, and which has the must meet it according to ,the :various as soon as possible and after wj ,

V V as their representa v Knowing stricken with paralysis, Js speechless much about on his, Everglades of the president It is in- bepts of our several dispositions.As tuseofsamewasaSwe11two rusJL as

and in an almost weeks well I can i :
this the hopeless condition. a novel fact that the as as
V V people can vote intelligently age scheme, but he. Is 'plAying two sena- God created the rainbow and has bad of the iiJ"-
He Is at Liberty N. T. never a return
: VV limit," and if he 'wins, he is who have been ,Mr. Roosevelt's gave color and fragrance to the flowers as far as I know.

V At this particular juncture it Is not The. Inverness Chronicle-has be a big man.-Jacksonville. }' i critics should be the. lead.- we take 'It that he does not des-" "I have always been t6I

: enough for made 'of his mend the Cuticura Ren V V a. man to say "I hereby a discovery. It favorite measure. pise the 'adornments- the human : l.
::'. : announce says, ; Those'who are Sam Myers, who with his. and as to their efficacy. I am a' '
; candidate necessity made
V the so persistently abusing and strange so we feel that hi does n.o't look the late Civil War '61-'tiSl
V : l legislature" & c. Men who deriding has been spending the winter fellows. ,
stand for with
V V Gov. Broward. you will notice are the left displeasure, on the. man :or the seventr.and eight years of
something and Tuesday for his home in
'. V who let the people know same people who are woman, who, profiting by their sixdays truly, H.Christian. 11. 'F. Weis.i, .
: in no uncertain terms saying more. Mrs! .Myers owns do Co. DL 31 W
>.: V just where they funny and witty things 'In' our candidates for the/ leg labor, array themselves on the Aug. tlfIC
.. .do. stand are the men who disparagement property at Dunnellon and will stand CorapIeU rxteratl ud IrDa1"1----: '
are wanted. on Governor Broward's seventh in JJ4aII1fot
Bumor ffDIB
: oi Senator Tillman. purple and fine linen. l'ImPlcs, ScroIulI,
and are the Gpv. here for time < I "
V men who will some longer Ue : ;
be elected I es drainage scheme? The Man creates r-
and other true southern men pea wealth by his labor and : '''
t. thisyear.Jasper News. V of necessary repairs and I.marblha4 1IUcbtwiIt.. .AaiII(1' .
V ability and integrity. to 1 now.-Leesburg Com mer- .as his wealth Increases hewants multiply. "V the"' ..._. .aI1e1ifwa. "
1 S made on her buildjngs 'at that V V 5 a ch..n.Coip Nkl'JliJM..BoII.. ....$' _.'1
V V S If this were not so there would oar aIkd 1- I..w to Cure F.aZ'thVkiD ;

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:;;L: LONG. What 'Editor Koonce Says. A Local Application, ,. -
No. 10. W. A. Forte: J. P.: Holly, J: : HON. H. w., *' :
jEM9cIcY.xecutive the attention, .of -.the. candidates and '- -
r DOINGSOF 2. Pillans this county to Marion A Palatka, Fla. man has been
v ters to the following rules and :adapted His friends throughout We haveno objection

,::' Committee by- the state committee. Xo. 11. P. .L. Durls' e.,-R. K.: McDon- will' be glad to "know that 'Hon. Henry ounty being a senatorial district -all threaten, d for humming his favorite

'.."k'tttc'lrCeniure i.County; : State ,Ex cutiveCommjttC&AppOiflt t (A) Those and.. only those persons aid B.;.- 13.L. Hickman.No. J. R. Thomas. W. S; Priest w. Long has consented to make the by' ItS'elf If, It wants to be. The facts song: "In' the Shade ,of the,OldApple

): shall be to become candi- the benefit of some pe -
.,' 1 'Inspectors for county commission for his to be "tackejl Tree and'for .... ,
:: race Sumter never asked '
:it Etc : lates' before or vote, at or particIpate Henry McQualg.No. ; during" his long pIe tn this city reference to and the
h 'Ramsey, R/C Ustrlct Mr. Long but Marion wanted us
L Ellis, S. m" to Marion.:
16. W.:
: -- n the ,management of any primary I '. i esidence in' this county, has, led a ande were wIllIng'to oblige her. We hreat: itself Is given. It' is M follows,
committee election held by' the democratic'party Douglass. the Palm Beach Tropical
; "" example ording to .
cj. executl has set an
Hamp- iseful life and agreeable ..
ThV democratic their adher- No 17. B. ,IL Leitner. W. H. .re not dissatisfied now-we are .
.:. 'Ocala on this, In Florida who declare of Immitation and commendalon. But Sun:
In as
met worthy either you' take it.
.-:(;V'ilaHoB county ince to the principles''and: Organization on W.C., Crecette. man. way A well-known. merchant of this city.
.. March. 1906_ at one No. 19.. Wynne, Henry .Morrlon : While a consistent lang as the twentieth senatorial district i '
of ALex
io h day : of the democratic party, national, and good-natured man who is at peace
f :the Smith he,,has always been .fair tolerant comprises' Marion and Sumter a ,
[fy todtp. m. at the court house. itate and county; who and by the laws W.-J and has helped to place with all the world and who wouldn't
S. j: McCul- onservative: the original understandings
W. Stevens we
%0 G. ,
ii "f John M. Graham, called of state lawful are electors Jn the dis- harm a singed cat a man who wearssmile'
Chairman )olitics on to rotation in the office of senator
following offer to vote, whq f. T. M.. Phillips. and who"frequent-
order and the trlct.in which they, In'Masonic a in business
has been '
: meeting.to Mix- Mr. Long Times man
Harry So.far the
-tJje 2 W. .T. Waters. to continue. as
No. <
humming his
: have paid their poll taxes legally about the store
names pol- ly goes
their work and as a citizen
f : nswered' to ; and church it Is agreeable Sumter to all '
:. ,braham. L. S. Light J.. 1.. lot, less --than ten days before suchrimary4electlon.isheWC on. Geo. Hustel holder neighbor and :nows favorite tuqe-"In the Shade of the' .
j- jihn M. No. .25. T. li Prltchett S. H. Cau- tician, office her people! for Marion to divorce herself -
W. L. and who shalle the'follgwig -
McGehee, Apple Tree"-r
B. ) esteemed. We Old
Hudgensj J. rlend, has always been the alliance which she '
L: i. N. MarshalL
hen, J.
; Mitch'en. elector pledge in letter through the mail
challenged by an fol-
Doglass, > submitting the anonymous
jordan; .. J. Y. No. 26. W. D. Emlnsor.. T. Hookr take pleasure in aught and unless Marion disposed.
W. J. oath before an inspector Wednesdaymorning says the Pa-
TLewis. writing since
J. upon his work on
of .
Smith.. brief outline thegreement
; C. :'J. H. W.. Luffman. ; Jawing to "tote fair"and stand up to
S. Allsop, S.jMcCuHy his honor t abide by and sup- News.
4 Forb s. W. : the aboard of .county itka
Cfostoy.'WrT. C. E. he has been on would
| : Jim Freer, it looks like Sumter ,
;:, 28. B: F, Freer
and No. of the old apple tree,
Dr. Griffith' T. E. Prit- >ort the jesult. of such primarry "In the shade
; T c onrmlssioners: hA_. 'entitled to.a divorce on the groundof
b'i" i ljfott Grantham, C. E. Lucius vote ,for the nominees thereof. L .uclus.No to the routine work ot: rye waited so long, love for thee that
; ; .DI* 30. J. M. T. Carter, F. W In addition desertion, still we are willing to
(B) Each person, desiring to havehis the Board Mr. Long was the author of: real or im- the voice I heard, grows faint with
'I4.Payne. Seckinger. condone most any offense,
11. L.
J. W.,;''Stevens was allowed name' printed on the primary election BUtch H. which requires 'the Sup- each word, till it's barely a whisper, a
motion D. B. Payne a resolution We are picking no quarrel
Upon No. 31. J. A. Jones, jr., aginary.
Ft. McCoy N. A. ballot as a candidate for any stare roads to make a whisper to me. There Is no more buzz
represent ( of improved
to ervisor with Marion, we only want as long.asthe
GraKamvllle and II W. Long, office, shall file with the chairman of I W A. Young.. at the en< of each month >th live to left in the bee, the blossoms are with-
| to
Fort,* On motion of Mr. Fort the registration i alliance continues up
S| the state committee on or before the In length feet .in ered, me!-the tree that once grew
of yards since
MarteJ.Hon.. officer in the precinct not rep- number Its terms. Times have changed .
t M. L. Payne offered a resolution 16th day of April, A. D., 1906. his no- appoint Inspectors and clerk!: width and inches in depth, built during Sumter was put in the same district where I waited for you, has changed to
the action of the state tice of candidacy and application to month, together with the doesn't an old chestnut tree, where you near
: censuring Griffith called to the chair]) with Marion. our big sister '
executive committee fort have his name so printed upon a blankto (Dr. thereof. Also the material used. ; of the the blamed 'buzz of the bee, with a
'democratic motion was amended that the cost need us now to keep a negro.out
at>such an early be furnished the said chairman also, required the big carving knife that I swiped from
primaries resolution and
This then
the the Inspectors she needed us
: ,jng committee name senate but .
adopted.'Payne's and accompanied by a scm of money these amounts to my wife, I am waiting-by gee! Of
date which was and clerk. which was carried, Clerk to charge Sumter .was not only ready and will-
of Censure.'Whereas'believing .' equal to five 'per cent. of. the annual built. ,At the daggers I have two or three, an ax
Resolution ; The question of nominating county each road as it is being ing, but glad to be of ,service. If
f that the primary compensation of. the office for which completion of any sub-division of a house and a cutlass, you see, and I'll stick
i commissioners was generally discussed Marion now feels. like
-nominating county, and state of- he is a candidateand no name of any finally decided that the road the costs of its construction can by herself be assured Sumter will I ill three things.ln'. the next guy who
and it was
by &e democratic. such candidate shall be printed upon ascertained by the footings of theclerk's wish sings, "In the Shade of the Old Apple
,fleers was adopted campaign committee refer the ques- be throw no obstacle in the way, but .
assembled at such ballot unless this provisIon -. are pub- Tree"
my These reports
I convention act books. and contentment -
In and
Bullock. prosperity
party tion to lion. W. S. her peace
'Jacksonvile In 1900 for the benefit of shall have been complied with, his decision. lished monthly with the Minutes of But in the meantime, why not :

,the great masses of the voters of this provided that the assessment of mem- upon. Campaign Committee- the Board which keeps the tax-payers remember the agreement? The Ocala '. Devil's Island_Tortue. .' .;

full and free exoressjthepeopIe >ers of the legislature and senators to what is being done In an the terrible case
gtate, and'for a TT w.? GRIFFITH. posted as : Banner says the rotation ,plan was Is nd worse than
on all public que'S- in. those 'districts constituting one t building of good roads and the costs all the while\ as Marion of Piles, that afflicted me 10 yearsThen
ion W. J. unequal one advised to apply liuck-
I was
to' their welfare and county, shall be paid to the respective of the same. Previous to the adop- votes as lessthan a box
: 1 onS-'p rtaining JOHN M. GRAHAM.. had three times as many len's Arnica Salved and '
should be given to county' committee and the assessmentS that resolution no separate- but cured me writes L. S.
that ample -' irne W. K. ZEW ADSKI.jr. tion .of Sumter, possibly this is true, too, permanently
Heals all
\ senat'ors In .districts constituting Napier, of Rugles, Ky.
for full of in the construction -
monies spent
; every voter and tax payer Whereupon the committee adjourned count, we didn't have an ebony hued repre-. wounds, burns and sores like magic,

and' thoughtful 'consideration of the more than ,one county, shall subject to call. of such roads, and'the costs of sentative in the legislature (either 25c, ,at Tydings & Co., druggists. m

!t qualifications' of each and, every candidate be paid in several amounts .to each them was kept, and the cost of them branch) and Sumter's big white majority Mrs. A. A. Hewitt and Miss Owen, of f

.,I .. "for, -each and" evry ,office to bejmina'e4 county committee and each person Meeting of the Orange'Blossoms. can be told. By reference to the records I looked good to Marion then.-, Boston. who are spending the winterat
to have his name printed on the precise
tinder said primary: desiring of the Clerk's office Times. "
County Ocala
) Sumter Lake Weir, were visitors to
"Therefore, be 'it 'Resolved, that we such. ballots as a candidate for any The Orange Blossom society of the cost of. each hard road of the count returned lo the lake

;: the. democratic executive committee of 1 county office and member of'the legislature Methodist church held their regular can be ascertained, together with th I John Spurlin. who is now at wdrkin Saturday They train, accompanied by

Marion county, most unqualifiedly shall file with the chairman of meeting Friday afternoon at the home amount that has been paid for'repairs. machine shops at Columbia, S. Cn on the, afternoon went down to '

.. county committee of his ,countyon Mnrt& author of a reso- 'visit to his parents: Mr. T. J. Owen who
'condemn the calling of the democratic the of.Mrs. G. W. Eighteen members He was also the Is at home for, a

; : forMay the 15th. 1906J; ..thereby or before the '26th day of April, A.. were present and the' afternoon lutlon requiring the Clerk to keep an Mr. and Mrs. J. G. SpurHn. remain over Sunday.Growing .". .
primary: __
of'candidacyand __ '
almost. closing a public discussion. D.,. 1906. a similar notice was'a very pleasant and beneficial one I account with each County Commis- -- --- "-

,. and hurrying the nomination of the application to have his name' so An excellent literary and musl al pro sioner's district of the amount of'-:

f.3 people. of this state; because 'being an, printed, accompanied with a sum of gram was.carried out'and at this meet; money expended in working the public -

i agricultural county the great mass ofouryoters money so. fixed by the county committee ing five new members were added to : roads, for bridges, causewaysetc..

with not exceeding five per ceiit.of rolLThe at the end of the Girls
are.so busily engaged : the Orange Blossom's Under that system rowing

,their 'agricultural purrsuits that' they .the, annual compensation of the office. following officers of the society year it can be ascertained the'amountof -

gltheIr 2nd. The committee recommended the : each County .Commissioner
.cannot devote the time and were elected Friday money
of 'following assessments ,for the different in his district in keeping -
attention to this important: branch Miss Luclle Moore, vice presidentMiss has expended

-. -the government; and we, herebyin- offices; to-wit: L clle' Moorefl vice president the public roads .and bridges re- J

each, ......,... $40.00Tax correspend advice and medicine
truct.the committeemen that it is the County Judge Mies Frances Chambers, ; paired.He girls need.care, ,

Assessor each, .. ..... 50.00 also formulated rules and regulations -
that the first : A
committee secretary.Miss of
of this ing the puberty.
;sense; reaching age
: : 'should"not be held earlier Tax Collector, each,' ....... .. 50.00County Jessilu Martin, treasurer. for the government and control especially on

i 'than primary June,15. of any year, except when Treasurer, each..,...- 50.00 The work that this little society is of the poor farm which resulted in its mother's tender care and words of' caution will

.::i necessary to elect delegates to a national Members of legislature, each 15.00 accomplishing is 'a most excellent one speedy: establishment. often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a

-if- State Senator,. each........ 18,00Supervls its members should receive the He was the author .of a number of
: and
convention is i
tonic ;
-i.-: The campaign committee submitted /* of Registration, heartiest encQuragement from their bills for the protection of the public gentle' safe and reliable strengthening

1: .'ti report to-wit: I' ea.ch.-'. ....... ...: .i. ... 7.50 parents and friends. roads, when by persistent efforts s 'succeeded Wine of Cardui i, J JIt

I 1st, that the rules and regulations County Commissioners. each... 2.50' ,in having them .enacted Into will prevent and relieve pain, regulate the t
Public Instruction that Reveals Death.. ;
committee Board r>f Light law.

".. .of.et'ort the state by! the of Florida, to govern Ihe each ..,...;,.. ... .., .... .. 2.50 Prof. Elmer Gates's discovery of ultraviolet His efforts put in operation a law functions, :clear the complexion and strengthen 11 J

of. Peace and Constable which disclose whether all male citizens over eighteen ,
primaries for the year A. D., 1906, be Justice I rays requiring the constitution.

adopted In .lots except that the committee Each ...... ... .? .... .-. ... 1,00 matter is living or dead adds a fresh years of age and under forty- for girls. It
valuable medicine growing
reserve the right to select the method That inspectors' and clerks of elec- chapter to the amazing serial story of five years old who do not pay a'road It is a '

of nominating county commissioners each be paid $1.00 per day for holding' light. How far the discovery will go tax to assist, in keeping in repair the has tided thousands over a critical period, and

.and members. of the school board, I I election and that meleage be allowed beyond furnishing the means to detect public roads of the county to work, saved them from years of suffering. It can never
,: for further In each ,
''primaries members of executive committee Infallibly the presence of death on such roads nine days yearn '
that for holding I ( .
-t shall be the same day selected, by I IIt bringing in returns for canvass of re- research must show. \ person or by euVtatttutA, or pay on*> do harm and is sure to do good.A .

; the" state committee. turns. Presumably the: new rays will assist dollar per day for each day they are relief or cure for all female disorders in girls

Thatthe comlttee wishes to call 3rd That the following' Is scientists in the delicate operations by liable] to work, which In the main S .

:c ,, adopted as 'the'1teneranry of 'the candidates which mental .energies are measured I reaches a class of people who are frequent and women. "
: and compared. They may help! towarda Violators of the law, thereby At every druggist's in 1.00 bottles. Tryit. .

.Fort McCoy. Saturday:, April 21r 1906. solution of the problem of the relationship causing the annual expenditure of -1

; ForThin McIntosh, Thursday, April. 26' 1906. between electricity and light thousands of dollars in litigating such .
Fairfield. Saturday, April 28, '1906.. Coming from like waves: Invisible to. offenses. That system saves the pay-
Blitchton. Tuesday, May 1, 1906. the unaided eye, at the upper end of ers $2,000.00 ,per annum.

Dunnellon, Thursday, May .S::, 1906. the spectrum, the dew rays are of His individual efforts resulted in securing __ CARDUl

: Babies Anthony Saturday, May, X 1906. courseakin to the wonderful X-rays. an annual rent for the use, of OF

.. ,Candler, Tuesday. May, 8. 1905.' As told in the news report yesterday, the Armory by the state troops; the

"r. Moss Bluff, Wednesday, May 9. 1906. they cause living bodies, to cast shad- introduction of a bum the legislatureof -' .-- 1

i : J'at is of. great account Grahamville Thursday May 10. 190C ows but show dead bodies transparent. 1905 for the "payment of back rent -- .

', Ocahi, Friday, May 11, 1906. Prof.. Gates explains that electric cur- from 1887. to the date of introducingof I I

: to.. a baby ; that is whytabies ""Mr. McGehee was permitted to represent i rents in the nerves and muscles of the said bill,*which now has smooth CAPITAL I Ifl

': ,; are fat. If youi: District No. 5. Thereupon the living stop the electric .waves of light sailing to secure a shade over five $50,000.00<<;

of the com- stilled by dollars by the next legisla- -
secretary read the report but ,when the currents. are thousand I .

: baby is scrawny: Scott'sE palgn committee' which upon motion i death the rays pass through. ture In payment of such back rents, resident T. T. Munroe.icePresident -- ..' .
: '
what he of Mr. Payne seconded by' Hudgens, The first discovery of tIle ancients which is a sum of money justly due : Z. C. ambliss.", :. ,- -, -
E'mulsion'is .
J" was adopted. about light was that it could be reflected. Marion county by the state of Florida.In ashier, J. B. Brobb. .

baby for the committee observed the visible one word H.'W. Long keeps a -
wants. The healthy 1.. S. Light reported .- Newton !; .

... on rules which was amended that spectrum in 1672. F. W. Herschel watchful eye to protect and secure .

: "- stores. as fat what it does "five, days' notice be given; to commit- found evidence of the 'infra-red (invisible every dollar that is due Marion coun-

"t(, not need immediately for teemen" and as amended was.adopted. ) in 1800. end J. W Ritter demonstrated -. ty. NATIONAL BANK

Motion made by Mr. Allsop to allow the' ultra-violet: in 1801. The vHe has been chairman of the coun- CENTRAL ,

::::1 ''bone. 'and muscle.' Fat l committeeman to appoint a proxy processes of discovery since then have ty commissioners and good roads association OCALA .

do out of his 'district when It was im- been slow, and each step has added from its organization- ( tolate OF -

[., babies are happy. ; they possible to "appoint one in his OlSLrl1.,1which .I/** of mystery we n'l las: U ftfsomething ( and Dy nis persisting,and untiring -
!" not cry ; they are rich ; motion. after some discussion, i revelation. Yet it may be that throughthe efforts has materially aided that and DI&ECTORS.-
rays, association in securing
"" lost. X-rays Prof. Gates'? new

: -f their fat. is laid, up for was Mr. L. S. Light,. for the committeeon the wireless telegraph and the strange wholesome legislation among which S.",Hall S I

{:. time of need. They are printing submitted their reportwhich properties of radium we are gathering was turning all from the the uncumbered sales of assets the- ,1. K.Mackay Christian R.T. T. Munroe

sudden enlightenment accruing Geo.-
was adopted. force for our Chambliss. 4
: happy because they are Report of Printing Committee. on more points than those of Internal Improvement lands of Florida H. A. Ford Z. C.
be prorated
but rates into a road fund
I 'f'somfortable.. The fat sur- I We saw the printers no light-World. counties .of the ,
i -
: of the several .
" could be secured because no copy among __ ___ .
: They, Professor Bailey. of Yale university, that are or may be engaged in --
'rounds their little nerves the printing could be furnished. state -i- =
-: town In which he He greatly rejoiced -
willingness to accept says that in the building paved roads. .. -
a --
I t, and cushionsthem.Vhen. however' whatever express, the committee could spent his ,childhood there was a socl- in their seeming gr at.suc, -- -r
>"', I II .' .. :
: e' ety fit women who were very active cess, but It was repealed by a vote of H. ROBINSON, Pres. '
t <
os them. Asst. Mgr.
f they are scrawny pay .the J. C. BOOZER,
occasion blast-
\ L. S. LIGHT Chm. man haters. .On one the legislature of 1905 thereby S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. GEO. .BLITCH, Teller.

I k""; nerves are hurt at even Mr. 'Long moved that the roll be I i president prepared a paper presenting ing his cherished hopes and fond anticipations -

f name: the "strength of women and the of an ample fund torapidly '
': ungentle t que h They called and each entitled "Woman! roads commensurate -
the inspectors and clerk for ,the primary : weakness of men. construct paved The Stronghold theCOMMERCIALBANK

delight in Scott's Emul election adopted.The Without her, Man Is Helpless." To with the wants of the people' with .. S

names .were hand 1' strengthen her point she hired a decrepit ,. out additional taxation, took the wingsof .
sion. It is as sweet 'as .old, man to read the paper be- the morning and flew. away. He. is .

wholesome to them. .in No.: 2. W. S. Stewman, J..C. Dupre fore the regular weakly meeting of the waiting and watching and if possible its .
old take
club.. When the came will turn up something ,
ll. M. Robinson. and reading fro\n the annual meeting of the..... association t !? .
D. stood up at the .
: !.. No t. .C. R Veal,.1. L. Hudgens, man place
tamp OCRU FL0.
Stnd for fr. manuscript. loudly announced his title in June next. ,
M. ,Barco. '
Dean, J. as "Woman Without Her Man Is His greatest Ideal is a crowning ,
III J. T. Hutchlns C. L. : .
that this pictor No.
Be torn to secure
wat& the fonD Jf a b.be1I." ea tht I. Turner.. Helpless". feature of a well spent up-to-date life court Public Confidence is Evi-.
of an Has[ Upon
Clipper ofer7, 'C'I' No. 6. F. D.'Sparkman. W.: 1. .Tord the erection
L the
Emulsion jou buy. A Lucyk Postmistress. that will be adequate to I
-. T. ; Alflns.' ". Is Mrs. Alexander, of Karey, Me.. necessities of our people for years to meed by its Large and Increasing
IL .
J. Lift
Geo. Bubl King's New .
to Scott & BourneChtmistt No. 7. J.. M. acm, -- who has found Dr.
Pills to be the best remedy she has come: .
Counts the stomach and -Business
ever tried for keeping ----
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Keep your
4O9-4IS PfUtt Strt .' with her if you try thes e Stomach and
Davis. will agree Chamberlain's
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-. Jttita York that infuse new life Thereis nothing better. -
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No. W..E. McGahagin. & Co., drug m .
Fi -- : 9. : Guaranteed by Tydings For sale by,all druggists.
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: ": .. Draining the Everglades. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I NOTICE. i ?cfetottidR.D1'ULLZg.
The following persons have been appointed -
In a letter to the Times-Union of Notice is hereby gfve that we, the

: last Friday. F. A. Hendry of Lee county undersigned will apply to the Governor managers ,of the special tax .
of.the State of Florida four'weeks school district elections to be held April ULLE & BLLO

.. presents a clear and intelliegnt argument after the publication of this notice for 3rd ,1906. By order' of the board .

In lavor of the draining of the letters patent under the following pro- of public instruction. Dentisi ,

posed charter. OverMuiroc &
'. Everglade Mr. ..Hendry forcibly answers T. N. SUMNER. Attest: W. D. Cam G. S. SCOTT. ChambliBkt1 I III

Bilious ? all the arguments presented I JNO. W. ZUBER. Secretary Chairman.

:( I against the project. First he takes up T. E. WILLIAMS Ocala. No. 1-Isaac Stevens, J. T. E.BIGGS,
J. N. GRIFFIN.Copy .
\ Lancaster and O. L. Burdick. mana-
the alleged. damage to timber Inter- of Proposed Charter of Sumner L. --- -

:c The only sure cure foi ests and shows that the overflow is I Lumber Company.We gers.McIntosh, No. 2 3. S. Thomas, J. ATTORNEY-AT.U

: 'constipation and Biliousness the undersigned. hereby asso c. Turnipseed and H. C. Price managers (Office ia Gtry-Ajtaew
detrimental to the cypress as well as ciate ourselves together for the pur- J. B. Walkup. clerk. BlocO {
3 25 that is pleasant, natural : pine and that drainage would give a pose of becoming incorporated under I Bellevlew, No. 3-J. N. Shedd. Frank .

2. DOSES and safe is better grade, larger trees and greater the laws to of corporations the State of for Florida profit.applicable R Pelot Bryant and, L clerk.W. Nix.. managers; W.

quantity than now exists. ARTICLE L Fantville, No. 4-J. B. George, B. F.

25 4 j The so-called tide effect in Lake (Name.) Oliff and R. B. Fant, managers! ; Wal. J M. TRO fPSON_.
9. The name of this corporation shall I ter Pedrick 'clerk..

; 'RAWlUSAND Okeechobe ; .he, practically gives the I be the CSUMNER LUMBER COM- Dunn llon, No. 5W. E. Gamble. J. PHYSICIAN AND $1.IG

r "horse laugh7beaflse water' will not PANY, and its principal place, pf-bus- M. Barksdale and T.: H. MIxOn man- OAce o,er Teapot Grocery,<
iness shall be in Ocala Marion County "
TONIC PELLETS 9. rise above. .,its level, and Okeechobee is agers; H. G. Keen. clerk. OCALA, FLA.
Florida: but it may establish offices Reddick. No. 6-G. W. L. Denham

'i i above 'sea level therefore no tide from and agencies in any other place or B. S.,Dansby and S. M. {cGehee. managers -
The Pills stir the lazy liver to ) f places in or out of the IState of FlorJUll. -
:_ ', the sea could possible cause its rise 'I-' ; H. G. Hull clerk. flnvrw.. lII'N''l11. >..
Pine Level, No. 7 Geo. O. J. rr" -- ---
: aliontheTonicPe11etSC1fl to .twenty or thirty feet above the original ARTICLE II. ----.
W. Ross and J. H. Brass, managers;
source of the tide. (Business.) H. A. Ross, clerk. ATTOflN "I
all impurities out of the body The general nature of the businessto
The theory advanced that if the Everglades be transacted is Mayville, No. 8-B. Coggin, H. Mor- OCALA. *-*-- .

so that the liver and all the were reclaimed, they would 1. To buy, lease and: sell timber and Henry rison and Simpson D. E.clerk.Driggers, managers; .

.. other organs act properly.. j / take fire and burn possesses enough lands 2. ;To manufacture and-. sell lum- H.Weirsdate Lytle and No.C. S.9-T.Gates B., Snook.managers F. .

truth to entitle it to a creditable no ber;' g. CHASE
and V. P. Kelsey clerk. J
tice. He, however cites an instance I 3. To build and operate and own Citra No. 10-A., C. White. Henry I

of a levee thrown upon the side of cute such the mills above: as are object necessary; to ,prose- Grantham and J. P Moore managers; DENTIST
INo -
Stewart '
Griping Ramey, clerk. DCALA .it .
: a canal, composed of this same muck 4. To construct and operate tram- Griner Farm, No. 11-J. J. Luffman, '
.. .- roads in connection with its business; '
L. Purging that is claimed will all burn up. The 5. To Buford Leitner and H. Jones managers -
own control
; W. P. Chalker, clerk. L. 5ISTRU :
levee was about two miles in length kinds 6. To of real and personal property; Buck Pond, No. 12-c. R. Dean, W. CARLOS X.. :

natural and and had been exposed to the sun and do generally any and all J. Folks and J. G. Marcum managers; ATTORJlEY.AT.UW I'
just a easy reasonable, necessary and requisitein J. B. Me Gehee, clerk.
'Tteatmcnt air for a long time and was as dry as carrying out the purposes of Room 4. Ma-:. ic Building
common sense Sparr, No. 13-R. S. Civil J. ,W. '
I possible for it to be, when fire got into the corporation. Colbert and .
which fails S. Lowell 'D. ,
never .. managers;
ARTICLE! III. ,,--- ---
I to :" It. The fire went out of its own accord (Capital Stock.) u. uramnairi, cierK.Candler .
I cure.Specla,1. No. 14-Jas. T. Hall J. N. B. SINCLAIR
and not more than two hundred I The amount of the capital stock of Marshall and G. G. Richie :
this managers; I
corporation be THIRTY-
Offer. t I yards of the levee was burned and SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS (J37- A. McClain. clerk.
Fellowship No.
that only down to the level of the surface 000.00). divided into 370 shares of the 15-C. C. Stevens, STENOGRAPHER &
Cut the"Little Doctor" out par value of ONE HUNDRED DOL- V. M. Sechenger and Jack McCully, TTPEWnt1'E1and

'and mail to us, ,with the I of the earth. LARS (UOO.OO, each. all of which managers; T. M. Philips, clerk. Notary Pu&Hc.':_

,: ./',-'" came,,of your druggist and The damage to grazing he says is said authorized capital stock shall be J.Electra C. Pillans No.and 16--J.J. H. Hulford, jr., Special attention to out of T9n.\V
P.Holly, mana-
oumayhaveaWeek'STrtS unfounded. Being,.a cattle man of payable in cash, as called for by. the gers; L. H. Pillans, clerk. Commercial Bank ..
ment of the Pills and Pellets Board of Directors.
nearly half a century's experlnece he 'ARTICLE IV. Blitchton, No. 17 J. P. Taylor. E. .-
with ourcomets. L. Ferguson'and J. T. ,
& Burgess, man- ;
has knowledge all his own on the sub- (Term.) Joe ',
agers; Akins. clerk.
Calendar Free The term for which this corporationshall -
Ramon's Brownie -
Martel. No
; exist is 18-H. L. Seckinger,
ject.Mr. ninety-nine years, (99).
: with Weather 'Forecasts and Almarac information. Given with your first Hendry speaks from personaland ARTICLE V. Wm. Cuthill and J. F. Folks, mana- ,

_; -- purchase. cf Ramon's Liver Pills end. Tonic Pellets. practical 'observation having lived The business(Officers of this). gers Ft; King-Alex C. P. Pillans Geiger clerk.Gabriel Long flRBYX
;- Frown Manufacturing Company in South Florida fifty-six years be conducted and A. M. Parker, managers; Wm..
T >. ?.., .. Mr. c: ... n5V TVnn. by a President a Cook clerk. -
and is therefore qualified to speak intelligently I Vice-President :Secretary and Treasurer -
SOLD BY TYDINGS & COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA. i and a Board of Directors "consisting Capulet No. 20- C. H. Cooner, W.
on this subjectIn R. Green and R. L.
of managers;
i 0 not less than three (3) per-
C. E. Fogelstrom clerk. SEEDS
r another column The,Tribune pre- sons .nor more than five (5), to be ,
4' elected at the LInadale, No. 21-R. B. ErwIn. C. A.
I sent some facts including an act of stockholders to annual be held meeting the of the II McCraney and M. Rigdom managers; Represent the rarnril of the flttst Th
J. B. ye become the
Booth clerk. I&rpstlle@dhoa
Congress wherein Florida is ,not only Tuesday In December, 1906. and annually ro h 'DI _. ...._ ...... .. world becal1l6t our&ifdJa ._..s_""" _ealii.....
: -. We have secured the agency of the celebrated Studebaker morally but legally bound: to reclaim thereafter on.. the fourth Tues-i D.'""uuuu M. Barco a La..1 and.."U.D. A.tSU Walker. .1". mana-_ rKer.I. others.ieuttfti Do flowers you-wish to grow MRCKM ti.E day of December II each year: PRO- And the belL re*.
Farm and Teaming Wagons, and are in a position to supply this vast area, not by taxation of the VIDED. that the dffices of Presidentand firs; J. L. Beck clerk. tabs FUnttt eedl-Fmn {

S your.trade. When you want a really good dependable wag- small property owners, but by using Treasurer may be held by one and C.Orange E. Cork Lake.and I.No.Mizelle'23-J. B. Burry If ppllcau... SH., Atiul be to all
the same managers r
or the offices of
", on call on us for information and prices.. funds derived from the sale of state Secretary and Treasurer be held B. R. Chambers, clerk. 0. M. FEHRYAC&,
.,<" lands. of which the state has already by one and the same stockholder. Oak Hill, No. 24-D. F. Fant John w Detroit, Mien.NOTICE1 .
; i :-:-- Writ. for special catalogues received about $2,000,000 which evidently conduct The following the business named of this officers shall J.McEwen K Mixon and, IL''V.clerk.. Nettles, managers;

has been used for corpora- Moss Bluff, No. 25-W. E. :
other purposes. tion until those elected at the Martin A.
t THE CAMERON & BARKLEY CO. .-St Lucie Tribune. meeting shall qualify: President annual W. Fort and M. IL 'Morrison. mana- --- -
G. -J
and treasurur, T. N. Sumner; Vice- gers; .Waters, clerk. !
7 CHARLESTON. S. C. I President John W. Zuber Fairfield, No. 26-J. Thomas, W. -. o'::"
The election Tuesday for school A. Yongue and A. J. Jones
T. E. ,
; Board of Directors. The undersigned intends to appJjf'
F. a HO PPMAN.Florda A. M. Mathews, clerk.
trustees did not produce a great deal T. N. Sumner John W. Zuber T. E. Hon. Joseph Bell rj
Representative. Phone 20 C S.vo> Hotel ,;Jeala FLorca.S : Williams and J. N. Griffin. Cottage Hill, No. 27-C. D P. Hay- county jodgtiu
: of interest and only a light vote was craft ,Wni De Horn and L. D. Staf- Marion county, at his office in Ooif

; S. _ polled, to-wit: 30. Messrs. B. A. ARTICLE lIndilbtildn, ___ ,.VI.....L ford managers; L. D. Beck. clerk. on'n.. .. the to", ...30th'.. t ,.day 11II of n.ApriL.A.._ _>_l-i.V.D,....:..m.\_>\*
I u. -wW/' co.y c lu BCJI ia.it me
-- : 'I Weathers, W.' T. Gary and Dr. J. Edward to The highest amount of indebtedness J. cnarter Y. Hicks oak and No.C. "E.28-Lucius B. F. Freer interest of Fath L. Leonard &Wi:.
which this mana-
corporation shall M. '
any ence Leonard George V. 'Leola.1
Chace were elected without gers; W A. Redding, clerk. <
time _
opposition subject
I itself is thirty-seven Stella E. Leonard, Louis H. Lsoiss
The thousand dollars.ARTICLE: Pedro No. 29-R. E. Perry, J. C. |
amount authorized to be Perry and P. A. and Lucy D. Leonard minor chBia

'evied for school purposes was three S yil.Subscribers M. Proctor clerk.Snow managers. ; M. of George W. Leonard, dec ased, Ia
( ; ). Kendrick of St. Johns county, Florida 'Jn.*&
3O-G. B.
:nilis. The Chappie J.
names and places of residence following lands situated in Mani
J. Guthrie ,
CONTINUED -. of the subscribers, together with the A. A. Olin and clerk.Robt Fort, managers; county, Florida, to-wit: !ift
Our low quarter White House shoes amount of capital stock subscribed for | __ (_. .__ i 3-16. Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 12 13, 15, 15, ip
for lien and Women can't be beaten by Name.each; is; NOTICE.' 19, 35, and 36. the east half of toff

in Ocala. The Fair. x Residence. Shares.: i and two and 27-100 acres in the J1r.t.t

[ T. N. Sifmner, Moultrie Ga . 108 Notice of the Formation of a New east corner of lot 14, according

NOTICE.In John W. Zuber, Atlanta, Ga.. .. .170 Election District No. 32, and the recorded in the Public

T. E. Williams. Moultrie, Gan .. ..46 Change in the Boundaries of Elec- of Marion county, Florida, fl'plat
... Circuit J. N. Griffin, Valdosta,. Ga, .1 ,. .46 tion District No. 3, of Marion Coun- "Map of a portion of Feiaandes
pie Court of the Fifth Judi- State of
cial Circuit of Florida InC and Florida. ty, Florida; Done by the Board of and lots 1 and 2 section 21 and ,
County of Marion. -
for Marion County Commissioners of Marion of section 28, township 13 south,-?
CountyInChancery.. Before me the undersigned author County, Florida at Their Special 31 east. H. J. Campbell. Engineer:. t

The city of Ocala, ity personally appeared T. N. Sumner Meeting Held in the City of Ocala, March 30. 1906. -. 1
Complainant and John
vs. W. Zuber to me well known on Friday the 9th day of March EMMA LEONA3305t
C. W. Morse A. J.
jr.:. Defendant. Order to be the individuals D. i
described 1906.

The Big, Factory and Mill Syndicate for It:Constructive is ordered Service.that the Defendant charter who signed of the the SUMNER foregoing LUMBER proposed in and The following descriptions --..................--.............. ....-.GnnilMiCTn $. I ti
herein having
11".., ho named n" .no.,.. I.to-vJtC.W.Mrse.. },,,..,,}.ou ,,'__-" ._ COMPANY, who sevpraiiv- ---.... _ack n- been accuratelv-----'f m.u_..v.v"A< t In u .nilllilg.,...al ailU__-" "*_......,- H'ITOIVP" ni-..Tinr ntffDISCHARGE. J
j. -- u.tv. 1-3 "" IC< : vi nowledged to
me that they recorded in the clerk's office of MarIon !
appear to the Bill of Complaint I .
in signed the ,
same for the county, Florida.

ci Sale which has been this Monday cause, the on 7th or day before of and purposes therein, set forth uses The board thereupon took up the pe' In i W'I 1
: : going April, 1906. and expressed. I further certify that tition aSking for an election County Judge's Court j
It is further ordered district M ,nda.
that a copy of I am a duly commissioned and in < la Re Estate nf J. t. t
this Order be published notary public compliance with the laws of Decrased.
once week
a In
and for the Florida
State and and having
for four County given legal notice
consecutive weeks in the Ocala above VOITICK IS HEREBY i
named, and that as required law
Banner, a newspaper published in.said sion my commis- by in an official newspaper 4I Wh\Dut may concern that on tlif }jb.

at the Boston Store for the I county This and State. of March does ,not A/expire JD., 1909.until the 16th..day I. board published of county in commissioners Ocala. Florida in,..-and tba lstdayo.tJuNe4. D./joe, '. i,
4th *
day of April. 1906. the *
: WITNESS WHEREOF. I have for Marion county, Florida undersized will apply to the Hen, J3l
(Seal) S. T. SISTRUNK hereunto set my hand and the 9th have this Bell,judge ol said court as judge ol pnbslqi!
official day of
Clerk Circuit seal March A. D., 1906, designated for final of
Court Marion County, i this the 23rd discharge ai Administratrix l i
day of
Florida. By H. C. Sistrunk. March. A. D, 1906. the following election districts estate of J. K. Edwards deceased and .t*1
T. E. Biggs. [seal] T. T. MUNROE.. which are established as elec- same-Jime I will present to sad court my i 1
two weeks will be D. C. -
'i past continued Complainant's Solicitor. 46. State of Georgia Notary Public. county tion districts as follows are voting: places in said ask account for their*as adminijtratni approval. of said estate, pj! j

S NOTICE.- County of Colquitt. Boundary of Election District No.3. Dated this NOT. 28. A.AsAdininistratrizEstatotJ.. D.1905. : '
S Before me .the D. C. EOW---
undersigned Beginning at
author- the
intersection of the *!
F. Kdwrf*
: for In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial me ity'personally well known came T. E. Williams, to south boundary of Aradonda grant ceased. it> !f
to be with
one of the
Circuit the individuals east boundary of section
: of Florida-In and 23.
for Marion CountY-'ln the described in and who signed township 12, range 20, running thence NOTICE.
foregoing proposed charter for
Chancery. SUMNER LUMBER. COMPANY! ..** A _-'-with--a- -said.south. ,. boundary of said41Lauuuu -
',,. ," Bessie I. he acknowledged to me- -that--- -'A he signed MUU of gram',to the west boundary Notice of Application for Tax ?) :
Davenport Complaintant! vs. the same for the uses Marion county. thence south with Section 4 g I
and 8 Chapter ;
William R. Davenport Defendant Or- therein set forth purposes west boundary of Marion county to '
der for and expressed. I Laws of Florida. :
,. It is Constructive Service. further'certlfy that I am duly commis- southwest corner of section 15. town- .J1---I
ordered ship 13
that the ,
Defendant sioned range 19-thence
TENDA VS herein named to-wit: William R. Davenport state and notary county public aforesaid in and for the I. along south boundary of sections easterly 15, Notice is hereby given that J.- t
; be and is and that .14. and 13 Cappleman cer
hereby required to my (commission does not township 13 range 19, and'sections' purchaser of
appear to the Bill of Complaint in this the 1st day of October A.expire D. until. 18, 17, 16 and 15, township cate No. 474, dated the 1st day f
cause on or before 1909. 13, June. A. D. said c
Monday the 4th In witness whereof' I have range 20. to southeast corner of 1903 has filed ?
day of June. 1906.It set my. hand and official hereunto section 15, township 13, range 20- tificate in my office and has made.ew
is further ordered that seal this the. thence north plication for tax deed issue ia aef
a copy of 26th day of March. A. along eastern boundary : to
this 1906. '
order be published once a week [seal] EDWIN L. of sections 15. 10 and 3. township 13. cordance with law. Said certifica
fqr eight consecutive weeks in the range 20, to the northeast embraces the following described pffc

Ocala Banner, a newspaper published -Notary Public. section 3. township 13, range corner 20.of perty situated In Marion county

in said county and state. State of Georgia Thence east along southern boundary Florida, to-wit: Lots 25, %&. 21 aaa:

B LONGER!! This 26th day of :March.: 1906. County of Londes, of section 35, township 12, range 20, 28, sub of northwest quarter sec 'OD

[Seal.] S. T. SISTRUNK Before me the undersigned to southeast corner of said section 35 14, township 15 south, range 22 eag

Clerk Circuit Court. Marion county, personally came J. N. Griffin authority township 12 range 20 thence north The said land being assessed at &
Florida. to date eerim
along of
me well known to be east boundary of section 35 26 the issuance of such
Allred & Davis, H. L. Sistrunk I : described in and one who of the individuals and 23, township 12, 'range 20, to point cate in the name of parties unlcnaws
Complainant's Solicitor D. C. the foregoing signed of beginning; with voting place at Unless said certificate shall M rt-

330. the Sumner Lumber proposed Comnanv.charter*nA for*<* Flemington o .._.1__.. -,' Florida..., ,. -. I deemed' n_ ...according__ .to, law.,. tax. _deed, wigmereon t I
-- -- i ">- w".mQUT or I""U on tne lotn aay "'If
acknowledged tiection. District
to'me J'dO. 32.
that lisign
NOTICE. ril. A.
Beginnig D.
S the same for the the northeast corner of 1906.
uses and
herein set forth and purposes section 2, township 12, range 20, said Witness my official signature an
County Judge's Notice to Executors. I further certifiy that expressed.I point being on north boundary of seal this the 13th day of Marcb. A.
: am a duly Commissioned Marion 1906 (

: This -will be last Administrators.Etc. Guardians, state and notary county public aforesaid in and for the eastern county.boundaries thence of section south 2 along, 11, [Seal] S. T. SISTRCNI=
Positively and
: you The attention of all Executors, Ad- my commission noes not expire that.! 14, 23. township 12, range 20. to south Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Coa
ministrators.. Guardians and all other the 30th day of May. A. D., 1907. boundary of Aradonda grant thence Florida. 3.U 3
persons exercising authority in any In witness whereof I have hereunto west along south boundary of said Ar- i
matters "relating to estates under and set my hand and official adonda grant to west boundary of NOTICE.

i- : Opportunity to and by virtue of the authority of this 29th day of March, A. D.,seal 1906.this the- Marion county. thence along western ,

: Buy Spring court Is respectfully called to sec [seal] W. P. STATEN.. boundary of Marion' county to the In the Circuit Court of the Fifth facial
1872: to 1889 northwest
inclusive, Revised 4-5 Notary corner of Marion pounty Circuit of Florida-In and :
Statutes of Public. said
Florida point
relatine being
the northwest corner of for Marion CountyIsChancery.
settlement of their accounts, final discharge Jacksonville section 3. township 12,
is at present range 19, thence .
,and removal of for failure to having two east along north boundary of
SlJmmerWearing Apparel at make such return and reports as are great revivals one conducted by the county, to point of beginning Marion; with -

required by law and NOTICE is here- great revivalist Dr. Martin at voting place at Geiger, Florida as I D. C._ Wharton Smith. compl4Ja
the appears -
by given to all of vs James Coons al defendants.
concerned that all record in deed book 121 et -
.' Executors. Administrators Guardians, church, andon conducted 4 42. Register of Deeds Marion page der for Constructive Service. f 3

and others who have failed or neglected by Rev. Clarence B. Strouse t Florida. Count It Is ordered that the defendaM

Greatly Reduced Prices to make their returns to this court of the Gainesville president Board of County Commissioners. herein named, to-wit: James Coo15

as required by law on or before the Bible Conference H. W. LONG, Chairman. and Mary W.: Coons be and they *

first day of June 1906 will be required and the Gainesville chautauqua. # Board of County Commissioners. hereby required to ,appear to the wof
to make such settlement under pro- S. T. complaint in this cause on or bef
cess of this court and will be forthwith The concensus of 3-16-5t Clerk Circuit Court Monday, the 7th day of May 190t .
-- removed from office. opinion among Is further ordered that a copy of r
As these returns are often Compli Broward's old time friends can be order be published once a week

cated. requiring the I four consecutive weeks in the Oc
examination of the -anything: but pleasing to
entire record and considerable time him Some Banner a newspaper published ia ***]

parties desiring to. make such settle say that he. is a fakir and others. say county and state _;;!

ments are requested to advise me the even worse things J This 8th day of March. uos.rf?' :'
particular day on which they intend to S. T. SISTR -
make settlement in order that r C 1 r. Clerk Circuit eotm
I Court Marlon
may Mrs. E.
arrange my G.. An4erson and her Florida.
engagements with others son.
.rh.B Boslo'n Store having business at the office so there Marion after a brief visit in Ocala BY A By H. C. Sistrunk D. C.

will be no-conflict. JOSEPH Respectfully BELL. with :Mrs. ,Clara Ch ppeU' Burnside, $5,000 R-BANK R. Fare DEPOSIT Pali No' s Wm.3-16 Rocker Complainant's Sobci ,

left .
Judge of Marion Wednesday for a visit taken -
Cranty, Fla. to St Aug and on Uutio.'. BJST -
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on earth.
: i ustine. ": IEORCW-AUEAJM delayWnts .o-day The newspapers'got. off no
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;' AUTIFUL SILVER SPRINGS the fountain head and has many of PEANUTS VS PORK. Master Qf! human destinies am It

%- BEAUTIFULLY DESCRIBED. the. same, Interesting features and it *. Fame, love and fortune In my foot.

I.Q empties. Into the Ocklawaha river six, The South Takes a Leaf From the steps wait *

Tourist Takes a Trip From JO alatf miles below. Steamers run up it and West's ,Book of Prosperity. Cities and fields, I walk I penetrate
'to the Springs and Tells of His land, their passengers; and discharge Deserts. and seas remote, and pass-

1:y r Impressions. their freight upon _a commodious Notwithstanding the difference between Ing by BALLARDSPERMANENTLY

:\ wharf on the upper side of the pool. the prices paid for wheat and Hovel and mart and palace, soon or

printed exclusively in the .Ocala Ban- From my boat I saw logs covered with late .
". corn the latter commodity by reasonof v '
f ,n r: terrapin and at different places a Jew I knock' unbidden once; at every
Us Immense volume, yields to the e
the breakfast room at '
: J went Into alligators and some snakes appeared gate

}. the hotel Mountezuma at an earlyhour upon the scene and aquatic birds tin country the larger'gross income. If feasting, rise; if sleeping, wake be,

that the table was When the corn crop Is unusually fore !
1 and. noticed great variety were visible. We passedso

-decorated with artifical Camillas and near'one bittern standing In the large and prices not unusually low the I turn away It is the hour of fate. :

violets. 'The chief waiter was a bald- water, that if ,he had been socially western farmer'prospers and in turn And they who follow me reach every e 8

Tieaded negro who called himself the inclined, we might have shaken hands. the railroads through his territory pay state .

"Colored Bill Nye. I remarked that The 'boatman would have struck him dividends; manufacturers make money Mortals desire and conquer every 1

'''the floral ornaments were beautiful, with an oar, but I opposed any' such and the commercial conditions gener- foe ,. .

but lacked fragrance, and to this he rudeness and we went quietly by and ally are good. Save death. But those who doubt or

short distance they left him It requires only a short memory to hesitate, ". CURES
=e replied, "at a to dream out his dream in -

are a very succesful delusion and as the shade of the overhanging branches.The recall the time when corn year after Condemned to failure, penury and CONSUMPTION ASTHMA COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS

F- year, was burned for fuel or allowed SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS
has said that 'life Itself -
water that woe
Shakespeare dripped from the boat WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP
to rot gathered in the fields. This Seek me In vain and ceaselessly implore -
'Is a delusion. oars was filled with an effulgence like
., was when corn was fed to cattle and DO NOT DELAY
Surrounded by a spirit of cheerfulness that of diamonds and the stream wen ;

I enjoyed my breakfast, which down ,with a song and a laugh. It I meal entered very little into the diet I answer not and I return-no Until the drain on your system produces permanent disability The human

list of man.. The west used some corn, i breathing machinery is wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have food
'having'completed hurredly I went directly = sung to the trees, and to the grass, more.John J. Ingalls. I health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no Importance -

to the front of the hotel wherea and 'to the rushes among which Mo- so did the south, but in the east it was yet if it was known by it's proper name of "throat inflammation*

almost unknown and Europeans regarded THE TURPENTINE MARKET. or"congestion of the lungs" its dangerous character would be
conveyance was In wafting for me ses was hid and it sung to the water- appre-
it as unfit.for food. i dated When a cold makes its appearance use at once Ballard's Bore
.,.:4 difficulty! succeeded in arousing fowl that knew no song. I hound Syrup which will it.
The grit determination and energy Labor Conditions May Make the Crop speedily overcome Y
.... the stable boy from his stumbers,who TOURIST., WHOOPING COUGH and, CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW

:BOtwitbsUnding the trouble I had in of the west was concentrated to con- Less This: Season." LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful relief, while z

: quer this condition and a united move- During th' wek pnlln-i SatUl..tavnight Ballard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the violent of
bringing him to life, protested that he THE SENATE'S OLD MAN. paroxysms ,
ment was engineered to instruct non- spirits turperiH sir:!need off coughing; IT IS THE ONLY COUGH REMEDY' THAT WILL
had ,not been asleep He descended POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING
users of corn how this important food another 3 l-i cents, fr..u f9 1-4 t i 65 COUGH AND CROUP.
from the chariot, and 1 immediately Birmingham cor ,in N. Y. Herald .
product might be utilized. cents.. A? Ire last named price a jpildomestic BEST FOR CHILDREN
took his place. The horse being a good A unique thing is happening down
Western expositions, state fairs, and : .quiry :;praij? up and it Krs. Hand Adams,Goldthwatte Tez writes:-*I have used Ballard's
one.. I started at a lively pace from here In Alabama-unique in history.The Horehound Syrup and find. the BEST medicine for croup coughs and
Ocala: for Silver Springs. It was a country shows had corn palaces, and was reported last night!; ihit th. ile cold My,children use it and is la pleasant to take and julckly cure&"

people, unanimously, want Ed- representatives were sent to the At- man.! exoud the supply offc-rln! ? at
lovely morning In about the middle of SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes 25c; SOt; $LOOBollard
mund Winston Pettus to continue to lantic seaboard. and across the ocean that price. The receipts have been ,
November. The distance Is five miles Ti Ch1l4r..
serve them,jn the United States Sen- exhibiting at all the great centers corn small, 1,172 casks for the week of r.nnteR'" Every 1.111.CIIar&1U4
and one half the way a good road led
ate as long as he.. lives. Yet they are and its products. Now, that cereal is which 575 were shipped to Savannah Snow Liniment Co. St. Louis Ho
tte.way through an avenue of magnI-
preparing to hold an election to decIde never burnt unless a careless cook forgets from Jacksonville, making the net receipts -
i Scent moss-covered live oak trees: '
upon his successor. The reasonis her duty here for the week but 597 casks.
''The golded kiss of the orient irridated SOLD AND RECOMMENDED B
that when Senator Pettus's present At the Jamestown Exposition the The reported sales were 735 casks. The
the leafy crown of palms, the feathery ALL DRUGGISTS. -
term expires in 1909 he will beeightyeight southerners have determined to emu- domestic' demand promises to remain -
; spray of the cypress and the silvery .
and the "grave, yard late the wisdom of their western: good, the spring demand about open-
plume of the myrtle. The woods
election" is to be held, because Ala- brethren and will erect an immense ing showing every sign of exceeding
were vocal with cherry congs. and as
bamans think. he will net live longer peanut palace where this esculent tuber i that of last year. The export demand
the, little ground doves flew, they .
? than that if as long. But Grandpa will hold sway. has not yet _opened up and nothing is E. C. Smith. C. V. Roberta '
: gathered the glow of the sunbeams, I i
Pettus is mighty Indignant. He says German chemists have recently pro- expected doing in that line for some 1
;' which glistened like the pearly lining I SMITH & ROBERTS.
he is as spry as he was at sixty and 'ven the nutritive value of the peanut days but the -needs of American con-
of a' shell Their fitful flight enlivened -
that he expects to live out 'the whole 'and the ration of the soldier contains, sumers should be adequate to pretty .
t. and added a charm to the enchanting t
six years of another term. He has declared sausages made of peanuts. It is very 'well absorb the offerings for some and .
scenery. Funeral Directors -
4 Licensed Embalmers
himself a candidate for reelec- nutritious, pleasing to' the taste, and days to come. I
'When coming to Florida. I expected '
tion on the platform-"a man is as contains more units of food energy The sales of futures for the coming
: to see many kinds of birds with LATEST METHODS. BEST GO DS. WORK GUARANTEED. "
young as he feels." People who talk : than a sausage of similar size made season are over. The total sold at
; with which I was not familiar, but I Telegraph orders. receive prompt atte ntion, and embalming done a01wbe .
about age and age limitations evidently from pork. Savannah -for May, August is givenas < ,
those little doves are the only variety on short notice. ,
: never have heard of Senator Pet The peanut as ordinarily used 5,000 casks. No futures were sold ,
;, with which I was not acquainted.I ( .
tus. Why, he had reached the time roasted is undoubtedly toothsome and for delivery at the other ports.

They- are about one-half the size of for chloroforming, according to the gently soporific. Most mild cases of As was not to be unlooked for at
t cor common doves, and their habit is C
,to associate themselves in small Osier doctrine, back In sixty-three insomnia yield to a late supper of pea approach of the naval stores yea and ijCA IJ URN IT RE ijMr A NY

'". about the time he was, performing nuts. In candy it is known to many, the marketing of a"new crop of pale
r flocks, ,and, they are generally found r ,
: madcap pranks of daring in defenseof but its use is by no means general rosins, the market on those grades has "
upon the ground, and prefer open
Vicksburg. He was a young officer Peanut butter, peanut brittle, ground been very weak of date, bringing, sev-
:, fields. and cultivated tracks, rather
', then fighting .with the Confederatearmy. peanuts for sandwiches, have a certain eral heavy declines the losses for the ,
; than the. woods. They indulge in the
-',': It seems that the situationhad vogue but it is restricted.The but this was the only other grade so h .
1. usual tender cooing peculiar to the .
;> become desperate; volunteerswere by-products of peanuts are affected. K advanced ten cents as did I I .
dove tribe--I am informed that when'fU" PRICE LIST OF
and useful after Hand G, while F and those below I i
called for a forlon hope. A brigade many yet, year year,
the time for doves to abtfond in
of reckless Texans offered for peanut planters use their plants as gained five cents. The common rosins I i EUREKA WINE. & LIQUOR COThe
California, ,they may be found in var- I .
: the service, and Pettus offered to lead. fertilizing material, cutting them down were reported as showing consider-
J kms places, but their favorite resort Great Southern Hail Order Htuse.
And he did lead-led where war was and plowing them under to enrich the able strength again. As during all I I .
t\ 'la In the olive trees; their preferance
hottest and at the head of the column earth. ? last year these grades give promiseof EXPRESS PREPAID. Full Quart teasure.
t for and association with the tree
;; his six feet four looming largein The neanut palace of the James- keeping their well won position dur- Per Four Six Pert
-' having followed them down the ages.
l' front that protruding, lower ,jaw town exposition Is intended like the ing 190607. The tendency in the past 1 I ', Gall<:u Quarts Quarts Case
'. In view of this prediction, how natural lIatchett'j Pn..ateStttCk.._ .-=---M--.;......- $4 00 $4 00 $6 00 JU 00
,. set on taking those works at any cost. corn palaces of the west to be not a two years has been_ for' all grades to I Hatchett' That's whiskey __-::.,__..._.. 4 SO 460 69" 1375 .

it, seems that the dove should, have final undertaking, but the beginningof draw closer together tendency that Hatchett's Old Ryc... ..._.__:.--...-..... .. .... 320 J20 4& ?6ei -
f brought an olive branch when It re- Where that tall figure rose and that 1 i Eur"ka N C Apple Brandy...."._._ ... ....... 47 .05 100 1400I'
.' black straight mane waved these Texans a movement in bringing To the pea- may be more marked than 'enr the 1! N C Apple Brandy_.. .-..---.....-_. -._... 32) 325485' 970 ,
:- turned' to the Ark-I had heard much Eureka\lalt: ... .....'. ........__.___........ 400 400 600 UOOI ,
In followed. They loved him for his nut its tie mead of appreciation. coming year. The old great disproportion I i I Eureka C. Peach Brandy ?__ .....,.----. 475 '475 700 1400 .
: regard to the beauty of Silver
between the values of low and :, N C Peaahllrandy 325 325 485 970
Springs, but when I came to look Into daring, and when all was done and Candidates for Renomination. 1 I I' Eureka X C. Cnn.- ..__ ... "......._. ..".__ ., 3lS 325 485 970
they learned that he was from Ala- top grades it Is believed will never i Eureka N.C.Corri..L'X .,...-..--.. -...-..-...... 3JO Sao 460 900
.. .tills wondeF-worf-1, a revelation of '" I I Eureka N C. Corn x..XX. ,... ..-- ..._...._ 2.7S 2 7'i 415 830
bama';and not from Texas they insisted again be seen. .. _
Eureka N. n. Corn XXx. _
Justices James B. Whitfield and "-'-u':2 so :5o 375 7 SO
loveliness was unfolded to my vision !I Old Crow 8ourOOu.._ __. __._
The receipts of rosin at Sav- 4 SO 450 675 1356I
';' for which my mind was not proi-aito on adopting him for their state Charles B. Parkhill, of the state supreme Sunny Brook Rye..' ....--.......... .---..-.., ..... Z75 375. ,565 1130 -
and by one acclaim he was christened annah for the week were 5,014 barrels. ]I Sunny Brook SouO.tash ...-_....---_......_.. 3'5 375 s6s IL30I
and It was far more 'surprising than court are candidates for .re- Echo Spriog.... ... '
? ?-" --- -- 450 465 690 u75
:- "Old Texas." Pettus was a fortynineI' of which 624 were'sbipped here fromJacksonville ]I Silk Velvet__ .. .. _.... 1
nomination as their terms of office will ''' 500 525 78s 1570
.". anything my Imagination could In fancy making net receipts 4- I I! Oak aud. .--. .. ._... __ ... ._._.._ 37S 400 hoe .too
: lie rode from Alabama to Cal- unI- ..::
have soon expired. The almost
4' ,
'eave-I am almost if not entirely : 1
; 'ready to that have ifornia on horseback, with a company versal testimony Js that they have been 420. The total posted sales were 3- | Gin From fZ.SOt) $3.50 per CatUn DalircrH.
Y: say my'e'es never
178 barrels of which 377 were pales. I i I Save twelve labels of HUchett'sPrtvateSto of some forty of his neighbors. He : secure a bottle free. Save twelve
trust committedto
faithful to the
i3:: feasted upon any sight that has found great I labels of Hatchett's Old Rye and secure a bottle free. Save twelve tables of Hatchett's I
2575.H and below.
<' 'a more was a mere lad when of twenty-eight their hands and it goes without 226 mediums, ,I That's Whiskey and secure a bottle free. Save twelve labels of Eureka N. C.
permanent in
abiding place my but he had already had adventures In Saturday spirits posted firm at 66 Corn and secure a bottle Iree. Save twelve tables of N. C Apple Brandy and secure
_' oejnory-The water la very transpar- saying that they are efficient and In- I one bottle free Save twelve labels of Eureka Malt and secure one bottle free. Price of
: the Mexican war, In which he fought. dustrious. to 66,1-2 cents receipts 243. sales 200. I II all goods bought at company's store are Tocper gallon less than when delivered. No .
Rant, but still has a decided greenish charge for boxes All of
Rosins jur-- or drayage. my bottles are full measure. AU standard l
posted 904.
;:: 'east which probably arises from eol- To cross the continent on horsebackIn These gentlemen will have to. 'rely steady; receipts I brands of w>ii ties girl over my bar at toe cr ditak-io from S leaves",s for you. Allwines
when no sales.-Savannah Naval Stores Re- i quoted on application We also carry cheaper liquors than those quoted
railways unknown -
: .' wing matter prevading It, although forty-nine were largely upon the records they have : Sr-cial. p ices on large quantities; packet any si es desired. Money'ref-nded if good,
view for the week ending March 31. 'satisfactory.i35 .
and red sell known ,
men were
"when taken In small quantities the mide: and the character they have established -
up Pullman car affair. weekending last being forty cents I EUREKA WINE AND
discoloration is not aparent 'This pel was no palace and maintained to secure a L1Q1IOH COMPANY
on waterwhite DO on windowglass, 45on
W St.
.lcutiarity\ exists to in the renomination as it would seem unseemly 'f' Bay Jacksonville Fla.
f some degree .
Just for Fun. N. Even at these lower values the .-
in them In the of :
waters of the ocean. eyes manyto If
i market did not show any strength last i I
&":When the go upon the stump and make a personal II I ,
? : surface of the basin Is unt' II .
and further these ---- -- ---- -
night -
drops on ---- ---- --
:rippled the "Say. Dick, what Is this new fad canvass. I : -
prismatic colors surround
grades were expected. These gradesare I II
they call phonetic spelling? I
objects The"votersas a rule want to keep 1
g':: pn the bottom and the view of ,

:!t:''kites.the -terrapin of"therain-bow arryaed In brilliant you"It's and the me kind at, Jim School, they for used using.to flog"- good so modest men in that office they but hesitate some men even are to than now about at this 50 time cents last per year 2801bs and higher as- i I ........ s....u........... _

but awaken
: can
consumers show no pressing desire tobuy' I
"". ::"feeling of astonIshment. Baltimore American. let their right hand know" what the : .
Gliding OTer -

;: ;r tjils\ marvelous acquatic world and "Is your daughter" learning to play left hand does and it is difficult for are probably just now unavoidable.some further Even declines then .:bbsN. LOOK FOR Old Joe, .

f" :Viewing It from the side of a boat the piano by note? the ordinary voter to know of their though values will be good for I Old Hareyst
} seemed as If "Certainly not. answered Mrs, great merits. It is so in the case of THE SEAL :
l soaring above and look- "We the producers and, not at the same
Cumrox severely. always pay
these two gentlemen.
ing-down'. Into a dream-land of hills. time prohibitive'to large consumers a Old McBrayeRI)
cash."-Tacoma News. _
L dales fountains canyons, grottoes andz stocking up for. their needs. I .
of Indus- TIME
"Have 'captains
you any '
meadows of never tailing verdure, allofwhlcJi I : Mark Rogers I
try' in your state?" asked the Ohio .M lost ten cents during the week., :
, suggested an indebtedness Delinquents of County Will Have During *

!-t' ,-'for .existence to a touch of the wont man. April to Settle Taxes. Henry M. Flagler Takes Charge of a i I 41 Old Chartei
"No, sir replied the rjentuckian; I1
derful !lamp t>f Aladdin. Every feature Cannery. ,_ "I/ .
"nothing but 'colonels: sah.Chlcago ...
r and configuration of the bottom of the News. County tax collector. W. D. Dickin- I .. -- : ';,Galt! IlIilll t -:.' Mt. Vernon, .

j 5priog Js distinctly visible. Fresh water son has received Information from I The-best. news that has ever reached : :;;:::; ,
"In order to deevlop stability a marl 4 Gi"h' .
Algae Delray/Fla.. pertaining to the interestof / ,"
other sub-aqueous Comptroller Croom at Tallahassee ,d'"'
must learn to say 'ncv" said the moralist {' :: 1 Cascade and
jg ,Plants, grow luxuriantly but the whlc1i'will the people and the general welfareof I : ''':
: be gratifying news to many :.! : :iII! : A'I
;. mater part of the bed Is free from people of the county. Collector Dick- the town Is the announcement 't I I : .. ,; .,
s answered Senator. Sorghum."Especially I I !.
vegetation! .. and the limestone and the "Yes. hints that inson has been in correspondence with Mr. H. M. Flagler has decided to take : I., I ; !j; Other High .
when some one
1!*<, w&tte sand of which it is. composed Comptroller Croom for some time in charge of the canning factory there ; j, ; I ; G' .,

kIs: Plainly perceptable. he ought to reslgn.'YashlngtonStar. the matter of:extending the time for and run it as his personal property f ..ra i ))1 I ::1. Grade YistK .
Y. .
: There. adopt '. term of five This mean foe I
. .. are many persons who the payment of taxes, which should jears. I safe 7. aG.
"Did ever love another girl as .
you ., .
the theory of 5iiccess and 'prosperity ';" the
? that this lower' surface Is have expired )Iarch 31. for one month years --- ---

:densely covered with animalcule, from you love me? in order to afford an'opportunity for farmers and people of Delray and Da1e ; .
I'd"have intobankruptcy An Unexpected
"No, Indeed. gone I '
"which the water derives Its emerald delinquents to pay up. He has received county.It I. s k I ;.
If I had."-.Cleveland
!0,tint-Terrapin move sloathfully about a letter granting this request Is stated that the factory Is to be Hay be an"old friend or anew .

and: fish of many varieties can be seen Plain Dealer. which means that the books will be considerably enlarged at once, so thatit i. business acquaintance. ;:
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darting through the, clear water "asswift The democratic party's wants are ., open for the payment of taxes during can take care of the present crops Be ready for hIm .

as meditation or thoughts of many but more than any other'one April. Collector Dickinson statE's.however. of pineapples md tomatoes.It a '
l with a case of assorted .
ve, but as quickly and as mysteriously thing It wants to "get together. It that he will positively close is'reported also that the company

i, as phantoms passing In a vfcf4t must quit listening to the advice of his office on the evening of April 1. has already received orders for S.OOd S Scotch. Irish: brandies .

t. Jon the night The depth of the populists .and republicans. Republicans and ..that same will not be again open crates of earned pineapples from :he S whiskies, rye burbon. .

; Aoo19s, about sixty five feet and at that until he has completed the coming crop. "Thi Is more than the a
: and populists have no interest in compilation wines. etc. We will put (K arc .

, <' .. distance, Very small objects can be the democratic party except to disrupt of the delinquent tax list foil publication. entire'outtut jf .b.:> factory last sea-. you up a dozen or more
6eea through the water and by some and destroy it Let Tom Watsonon .-Gainesville Sun. son. '
' -
Iftrange I I. quart bottles to meet Just f .-
_A-' :magnifying Influence they appear the one hand and Mr. Republicanon

'''t enlarged., the other, severely alone. They -Hon. W. S. West. of Valdosta Ga. The Glory Belongs to ,the Record. S such emergencies ,and i a .

?- 'When the water comes through theh' have nothing In common with the the popular and accomplished speaker The St Augustine Evening Recordof I you'll not "go broke" either .

fissures In the rock; the little ubbles; democratic party and will go most any of the Georgia house of represen- last Saturday came out printed paying for the goods! 'i 1 r e .

,>'a!.e the appearance of a light snow length to see It destroyed. tatives, and who'owns,a big saw mill green and with a big spray of shamrock 1'e we supply. _

torm.,, rising however Instead of tanf at Leyon, in this county was a visitor on Its .first ,page In honor, of St. .

:ing : The circumference of the basin Mr. McGregory"Walden, of kissimmee here Saturday.. The distinguished Patrick's Day, The Record is one of I : OC0LA HOUSE WINE ROOMS. ,

I, ,R_abPilt 600 feet and the "run" that has arrived In Ocala and secept- gentleman has a number of friends the most thoroughly up-to-date dallIes .

carries tb@ water off is as clear as ed a position with the Ocala Star here who are always..glad to see hhn. in the South.-Palatka News. ; ........-.8

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., RED ROCK. 'FACTORY t : d Rock remedies this condftion by St: 'Lu 1 'Cou t.Y- r1vERY: truck -farmer I

: -- .:. :'. GREAT ENTERPRISE I InT I! ewwvlns the cause, the trouble must ,- Strauss

; -' J uhaappear., .5. Under* the head of"Did You'Know" 1 knows (or ought to

-' -. The Red Rock Co Are Operating Mo-.| Red flock; however probably finds the St. Lucie' Tribune!! say's: know that ',POTASH
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.. : del Bottling; Plant irf Florid Jt I ;s chief cause of popularity vin this the -
That. .St. Lucie county was '
r act-that It Is theo beverage that t is indispensable' for/ producing -
y youngest county in Florida. ? Reserve'OC1U -
f' ." BED .ROCK IDEAL >DRINK. an betaken. In any quantity and at Royal {

;t, any time without the slightest I Injur- That St. Lucie county produces sixty good-paying truck
: Some; Reasons! for '.the Widespread I QUS after errect.. In the .
: .. :". Popularity'of Red Rock as'no cr ps ., .-
It It
equaL -
a n eye opener the 'State? /
4g: '-. Ginger Ale., tones up the system Increases, the appetite A .liberal; 'quantity of ."-;:-
.;: -* That the largest, orange grove on : -' ". '.
and puts the drinker Jn good ..
There Is established in Jacksont the East Coast. is In dt': Lucie county POTASH, along with ample. ." -
for the days duties. At noon I MINING LABORATORY. ; <:

2 Tllle a factory: In whlch-not 'onfc thai aken Just before the meal, It gives .That St Lucle. county contains all amounts of phosphoric acid .P.T.SCHR.EIBER. 5- >A' .

: E' city has a pride but the entire state t hat zest to appetite'which makes the grades of farming land? .and is Vital to Consulting and Analytical' Chemist.. :Member ,"- '; -
of -the chief! nitrogen, of the of Chemical Industry. Lon : -
table the
pleasures one.of Society '.
zi hares that Intarest to a very 'large That one man Ip St. Lucie county don. Eng. Member of the Ameaican! Chem- "" -

'.. Degree, as their celebrated Red Rock enjoyment of life. Taken -with the: I regularly raises eighteen ,different varieties successful truck growing. ,ical Society; i :.rv-' :; -S
meal' It Is a most wholesome anil de-
!' Ginger:Ale. has a place In" most every p.o 0x703. .. -:
his -
vegetables -
on .
'kome in the state and their trade Ightful. beverase. Lastjy on .retiring. "Truck Farcing-; interesting book -

t3 phrase "Say Red Rock and Say it; I It' quiets' the tired nerve*, and com- That the drainage of the Everglades dealing with practical truck raising'and: valuable > OCALA. .FLA., Oct. 1<

;$ "Plain", la familiar to every household. poses, the.. body. for .a restful night.. would greatly benifit St." Lucie county to every truck- farmer, will be sent to Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky -, -'

: Model Factory. Beneficial to Everyone. '? farmers on request, free of any cost or .' .. .

: The "p1 ..nt'of the Red Rock Co., la A number of beverages can be .taken That St. Lucie 'county heeds that t Obligation. Merchants. Ocala.. ,'Fla, -: )

a model 'of its kind "and is visited with more or less safety by mature electric'railway acros's the state? AddreM, GERMAN! KALI WORKS Gentlemen.: In accordance with your
That; ever resident of St Lucie MeW York-93. Nassau Street or

:7 t ..spectators.ally-by a large number of interested men to and the women grpwing! which children.are very Happily harmful -r county is working for' the advance- L AtlanU. Ga.-22# So. BrwiJ Street. nstructions, I visited. (your''waI r.ct e ;ou -

such is not the with Red Rock. ment 'of his section? .. '
case the 19th instant and personally selected
xt The Factory has Et floor space of ,
From the age when the child can be That we want more'settlers In St V Monticello is looking' upward. Several '

19,000 square feet, and Is equippedwith allowed any drink" other than mothers Lucie county? new factories are being started' from your stocka; sample of'Strauss' '
1t the most modern and up.to-date -
milk or cold it That there isno place or need vin among them a barrel factory, wagon
pure water may
7:1 machinery .
known to the bottling bus- '
with safety drink Red Rock. The total this county for the knocker ? factory, artificial stone factory, two '. ;
i.ess. absence of alcohol as well as 'th e That ort.Pierce'. Is on a stead:V Cigar factories two patent, medicine .Roval l Reserve"which

Thoroughly Sanitary.' tonic effect of the ginger, added to the< growth which is better -than any factories, syrup factory planing. mir ...

r Any one ttfat has visited the ordi fact that it is prepared with pur boom? and a .new railway station .new light the analysis 0' which snows it tocbntain
,, ary soda water bottling establish- ,
water makes Red Rock pre minEntly! That good property Is changing plant new "cotton '-warehouse and renewed :
.nents .cannot help but be impresset a S.-- -
the beverage for happy Inn cent hands every day advanced prices 2 telephone system. Orlando

with "the great -contrast on ente.rinj g childhood. That all the stores of Fort Pierc e Sentinel-Star. :Alcohol (by weight), percent. ;. 36.66.,. .

: the Red Rock factory. Alcohol (by volume) cent. t .
FQr the aged it certainly stands are up to date establishments? per .. .43.fj -
7 Cleanliness is the watchword in thigreat !S rivalled drinks. L That more fish are shipped from Degree proof, per cent ... . '... ... .87.:10
among The d
plant and It must pe maintain age .UAVKA Residue on evaporation cent. . ,
stomach arled with Its of Fort Pi'erce than any other point on: UcIVEB nn.fl p 0.660 :'t

: : ed at ajiy 'coat. The Cement floors 'in' years Indian river? Ash, per cent. .. ... ... 0.011

the. operating department are thor ceaseless .toil-often more than. naturintended e I Reducing sugar, per cent. 0.2 5 : r&
That the inlets furnisl
it should undertake neefds I near here :
.u hlf sCQured and cleaned- a Volatile acids cent..,. .
every day stfmulant. some of the greatest sport: In the per .u.. 0.027

i .ilh the laboratory and formula room medicines Anions beverages and world for fishermen. with rod and Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent. ., 0.073
nothing so -
quickly produces' )- -'

; '. everything.:..........-.._,- is kept scrupulously. clean. the desired results. ...as. Red Rock] reel_,? .. _u ,* The above results'show the whisky. to be
J- -- -; --- mat. me
country ua filled

_.;_. -___ 4 -.- S. with game and is. the imia..tii.sportsman's ia par- FUNERALDIREOTO3S.. a carefully blended brand of high grade LJ[
p ...
L i-c. .. adise? and that it has'been disstilled .:
from ?"
a clean
: _ _ That the pure grain
county going to bond '
: _ The 'amount fusel oil and of volatile] acids is low. 1
for good roads and 'that they will do ,

--.5-- F more to Increase the Value of property ('- i Respectfully, "j

than anything else? Hav' a full stock of Cottius ( ssiets F. T. SCHREIBER, ChemiSt!

and Burial Outfits. Special given to ,
_ this Is the best section .in' 11S
Burinl services. -
which to Invest your capital? '.

t 4i 3 Embalming to Order
; "' s'-- The South's Progress.The -. "._.........---_........._..".. .. .- .- '- EXPRESS PREPAID, .
_- .
Manufacturer's Record has Jerry' Burnett ,

compiled figures which shoW' that the ,

: !__ south \,
today is possessed .of a pros- -

AW perity, a population an. agriculturaland Merchant

.. .
; commercial _activity, as great as CO.

_ 4 _ -
the totals of ;all other, parts of the
: ,Country in 1880.. .With the .exception Tailoring.Ocala ,

: :f of manufactured! products, and the Sole Owners and Distributors.
I .
iEc7 value, of assessed property, the 'South Florida. t .

of today is ahead of the cQmbined Finest Imported and; OCALA FLORIPJ!

east, west and north; of 1880. .' Domestic Cloths. -

: THE HOME OF RED ROCK. The South, in 1905, had a population ."
--' -'- -,----, of In Cutting a t'cia1t r-- "
; : -- -- 5,000. 1880' the rest of the J ) ,

,- ,Red Rock Career; i Other stimulants foo'.often. ,\ country had a population of 34,000- Fits Guaranteed.
contain alcohol
-a .: ..Red Rock Ginger Ale is Hot the [ or drugs 'whose action is tem-- 000.In McMillan Bro411Southern ]i

--'product of a day a. week i .
the iou
or-a year pora )'. and whose. after effects "are 1905. h's railroad mileage

jp ;.but It.is the climax of years study and | serious. Redo Rock was 60,000.. The' mileage for' the rest
4 \ .1e \s the drinker: :

& experimenting-. its.' founder- Mr. Lee Mn: better Condition than beforehe. ,, took of the country, in '1880,' was 51000. Education by Mail topper Works .)
Hagari. Red. Roik( "
: .
S .wa originated in .! thedrlik.! The south last year made 3,100,000
; : Bo tearing home employment to get in **
i:: 5'. .Atlanta.main- where is now de'sIgnated.as located the I Theie are a tr.v'.othe\ oiAay reas. tons of, pig iron against 4,000,000 for eation.Book-keeping CtUiz enly AriUunettat spare time Algebia studying> Geometry 11 home. Manufacturer?, of Turpentine S|f .
I plallU31JaUy.
: .; I oos 'f:>r the jwptttority-. rieJ Rock, all the, rest of the country'in 1880; Grumju Rhfitorifl,Sciflncec Hi 1etoryetc,.
Factory ,No. I. Florida. who ThmicUr TMcfct Vr MaIL Teachers aided and General Metal !
mined Workers
j i whici hishaj>'ueh. a ph'iaor.Unal sale 10.0 O.000 tons of cola, against to pass es&II JI4tioDa.10 yi'&of gnceess.dtalogua

$: 'comes in for her share.of. good things i :n .every teW.lty.. it .has. been Intro: 36,000,000; made '6,244,000 tons of coke, free.Addrec%1.1.HDIES.PalatkaFlae .

t- can boast of securing Factory No. I' .
2 'duce4-. against 3.000000: ; produced 42,495,000

There. are now In course. f.e.Vtru'-; ., _-:.:. :5.. .- -- barrels of 911, against 26,000,000.The -'..--..,..-.. .-...--... ......
iT tion other large 'factories located A Old Stills taken in-exchange for
In CjrlifeId'Lawyer.. .south's capital Invested incOt- : new Patching?

New'.. York. Texas" 'and, California. and I ton mills in 1905 was $225,000,000 as -.WATERMELONSood !J( N wire through the country a specialty. Orders by mail 'orJ

IucLUL still uiuvrsm U1VUULeIUpLaL1OL, No phrase which Senat.1r' Tillman i of 25,000.000. In 1S8Q the rest of the will receive prompt attention at either of t

,'Red. Rock"is Pure. I following works .
has used in '
recently has evoke more country 1880; its annual lumber i

Red Rock Is thd only' Ginger Ale comment' than his .characterization: of mined 70,000,000 tons of coal against I O( Money in Growing Large %'a.I : ,..
manufactured in the South that is absolutely -. himself Ji64.000.000; Its annual farm products Urmelons. FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.. SAVANNAH$;:l|
I : as a "cornfield, lawyer." This '
_ made front start to finish in $1,750.000.000 as against 1550000000. JACKSONVILLE
J' Its own plant. The, average, Ginger I is a racy' way of disparaging his own These figures tell a wonderful s ory. I have been planting each yearfor MOBILE :'AU. "

Ale Is made from an extract or paste abilities. Mariners have their "sea They Indicate that In another' quarter several years from 70 to 100 j'0;;,

.- ". bought cf supply. houses' and. the bottlers lawyers," who are usually very dispu- of a century perhaps sooner; the acres in Eden variety of Watermelons -

f. putting up an Ale from this may tatious ,persons called '"lawyers" because south, will be producing as much as and have made good money -
.. be conscientious :In they are glib talkers -t _
believing his are I
ginger the rest. of the country Is today. The every year. secured good '
i ,.;... ale is a pure article but most given to wordy arguments. :At the marvellous progress of the south. is arf Eden seed to begin with and have We Never fL:
Disappoint Our !
generally, a': chemical analyss! will Whit House It, is stated Mr. Tillman's epic of industry.-Atlanta JournaL. Improved them each year by Selecting -

show such goods to" be capsicum phrase was received with expressions seed from We Fulfill
i3 t my only large Every Promlsi and fifivir Held Cut Fasil! .N| .
porduct. The little Incident told, of the .. ,. of delight. President Roose- Took Tampa Tribune's Advice. and well shaped melons, I have WE CURE Strtotor wltkomt the toOfe ol'bosale..d
I pie vender'I' yet-- inmKS- it win live-and .......__ .3L"< Ju" .....--.. ---,- -paID or det..tloa m-... blllill..1 .._.....var1ouM1ilt.t.-
: very. aptly. applies to some ; possi- -, .t=lU uiieu. 111 me aua.ue, WhIch VlIenr 10 rttaru, wnnoB, BMrcorj-or-mineral .nature" 'IMH .f -- '-

of the so-cal1ed Ginger Ales: -It was bly it. wilL Mr. Tillman has ,shownin The Polk County Record to will when properly planted always Tlffor Poiltlrely; cared; BO itimoUat tat F"0"**
seems be ,
L( Tile Dr.tloj Medial Co.Is
cold day the, debates the, S u toitttat.orpatJe4u61riI
and on
j a. the boy vender callIng rate bill' that a deeply grieved because the come up as they are sound and ---- uvief the usia of Georgia for U treat M !
out very vociferously "cornfield lawyer" while not Tribune I BerreuaaiefcrMJediMaiei. Dr. K. L K :)g. W t =
"Here's a full
your great failed to take tip the Trammell : I have 1500 Ibs., of choice 4 I til laititBChm.tie chief consulting ipeeifclUS, wma .
not Mince Pies," when his appeal .fin- constitutionalist or versed in the In- candidacy ,- seed,Jo offer at SOc! per lb. When I t kr' I ttffef eminent pUjsidani tad inrjeoES. .
-'r tricitles with the'nUiusiasm which OartaecMi IB tte trettment of chronic dUKM ti_ *.
ally reached a sympathetic ear and of corporation law, may be you send ypur order for'seed and c S led; w...both medical sod electrical areodei. ._
4 ; Immediately coin able to' make characterized own approval of the Our officeatre equipptd trirh ..1 tk t f& .ftrMle*g5
a ,was exchanged for a strong speech and get Polk wish me to do so, I will Instructyou tea..x-ra,,Yiold rtancrJ1nse4ray la Tact erti7ilaeaicontrirmae
l at the heart county mans aspirations. knowm to the medical profassloa. Oar
a pIe. and no of
,sooner-had the customer1tried a question when the how pa1ari'j
The Tribune to prepare, fertilize and vodera in ererf rupeet, and we employ none '
f .
learned was exceedingly Indulgent tr ic.d and ""' !M
his l lawyers efficient attendants,
pie than he called the boy : of the 'opposItion are cultivate. Let order and remlirly q> Ufie4 I g4--:-
your lat llcenjf
toward Mr.: Trammell.It come pbnldua beiiif in clurgt.
$ back and said: "Look confusing the issue. We employ no mtsl &d1Ii .,"
here you little Perhaps if the once. I sold the BC M to s'cnr* pat1eata
same kind of '. ...
-0 lIst. advised him that this was an Inauspicious tronKa(X O. D. or nnisked for1eytbl 'er&11ft&l't'sent
..ras al, thought you said this was a could be made up it would. appear seed over S. C. Ga.. and Fla., last !* tutntloB. Oar term fortrutm '-aTenl troJD'*
hot mince that time for 'hlm to submit his I 'I toiO.O0 per month.(m dlcio s included; d wtgl tS'i*Blr:
'Pie-it is many distinguished
,as cold American
as Ice. : year ,,'hicIgave: perfect satisfaction nce of & core wttbla.6pedfied time
_t The vender lawyers have come from Congressional aspirations to. the peo- t rn'BESTRfERUICE19. CHROHIO w inc ssuUy-tTestudM
'n promptly responded' "what cornfields.... ple. ... 0 I II. I \ DISEASES. nenty cure all =
sort of a fool are you-why that's the Mr. Tillman however has never studied .\I' \ o1i.kR1itTh&l/ U Kidney ami Bladdel 11OU ea, RhellDla&r8loI
I .
Mr. H1droeele. Drau. Losses. $11 ?1Th
-Trammell has etc. and
name: of It." law and used the phrase to indiA taken the Trib- I. FURHAN STILL II \ UNTIL CtJU.\, 'W Ii1ieue. T.mort aad ma1naa& &roubltl. Catan of.
une's NoeL Ti.roa&, Head and _
advice and has retired from the Lnnga. Dlseaset W Eye lOt
g N. K.
record M.
I The Ideal! .Drink.- percentage. new rail- Blackville S. C. CMtP I(1NO. D. Chronic DUeatei of Women ioctt U D1.pw. .
race--or. rather, did 'not criut.TI3 Pwn'ClAII. UeaatnralDiae&argw,and '
enter it. ascii
Of all the so-called way construction es cf women. _
[ soft drlngs none was set in the early Wr.-te 1IS W'day UBgyottreonditIonlf I1Joli &N sick or atSJcted. On Je4UIC ...
( have secured such speedy and quick eighties which will probably never be So, If''would appear, Mr. Tramrnellbelieved I send! yo .sr lit.r&tar EXAMINATION.,including'ymptem blanks:Ie,home IreflXIUt0NULTATIoN _%., .__.
that the Tribune's AND ADVICEJTKEK: : .
It hold on the people ,as Red Rock.. It surpassed. THe decade between 1SSO counsel DRJIHefigEQICfiLCOS. = Cre!
was more valuable than It WillPay ., Atlanta.6a.{
has passed th& ejcp: rlmental* period- and 1S90 saw the mileage of the country that of the .1 t

-i It Is not a fad nor a creature of. one almost double; the Increase from Polk County Record, which urged him -

". .,..__< H :l3UUO to maKe the race.All .'.
"' ; ""VIl t'v': to tne Iront by. u 44entinwus or to 163,000 miles. in ten. -years -
of which shows that : :-T-- -
Ir. -Tram-
advertising' inducing i trade an average of 7,000 miles a,yearfor -
mell is wise, in his day and You 1! !'
by entire genera-
arousing curiosity but it is so .to decade. From 1890 to "' .

speak a standby, and Js a drink I I 190,0 only 30,000 miles were built, fewer .. tion and 'that the Polk County Record : A. Stan diey&

which is being eagerly- sought by an even than; in J Si. .SO. an$ the.] last 'editor is -not yet sufficiently acclimated S '
: decade i .In the. politics of South Florida to 4
: appreciative of the
e pubiic. The reasons are century was rather remarkable -' ip have any Real Estate

'not far to seek. Red Rock is absolutely .for the Improveraedt of old know what .he is talking about-Tampa -! If to sell, : :- j

: pore Th& water lines than for the Tribune. The
) Is made absolutely building of new S Pingocle. of
pure and light, The Sirupsare i ones. To equal the ISS6-9a proportionof on'I'F Humanj
doubled 1Utered. the bottles are construction the present decade, The storms of Ute make us the bet- : Has. been reachet

clean.' would have Iter.appre late the fair weather. Yu' thinking -
and to Aftejr coming
everything about it is complete 180,000 n les..' buggies and .harness. The
(clean pure and wholesome. Red RockUAs the stormcomes the'sunshine.. After Florida: for a home,. -- ;
Even though a devastating wars blessed they can be better is to
a delicVful flavor, Is a gentle young man may comes peace. :. \ \ eye* J'
consider a girl worth her. If there, were no night,there would be OR ---i- .
stimulant and, a great. aid to digestion. weight In jpinhacleeievate the s ar j.
Those gold. it's ten to one that her father no' day.. In h s'creation ttr6 maker '

( conversant, with' the practiceo only wants a chance to gif seems to have' made mistake. You desire to invest in any : : eventhenDurvelllcles, will be (tV
medicine know that Ginger taken: ." nor away. no To IF I kind of Florida S : ,,-
I Tallahassee Capital enjoy sunshine I property, '
in the.stomach "'e must knownhat it
acts at thVtop.Tfeey
as. a mild stimu are not go h1j
: -
Jant-tbus would' be to be without Itndrev -
of blood to causing that an additional flow Mr. Edgar Ferdon of .the new artificial .. TO SEE ) 1 prices though, as to be out ol r
organ. which -
produces -
stone company has. returned! ..\ QR WRITE -
Carnegie has offered.to
the give of
benefltting most velifele 0s
effect. Let
one of from a visit! to his users

i paucity th, 'prime of blood causes in of the indigestion blood vessels}s uma sota.. hotel Ho Is"until staying his family family at the at"M S nte-ra. 40,000. for Leland.a library providing for Stetson the- university University -- J. H. LiVINGSTON N & SONS H ."'4""' ", you,. ',figurca: .- J''i

,comes to .
.0' <>! the stomach It Is evident that if Ocala to reside. raises an equal amount for maintenance :

;t:: : : I Ii. "-. and, endowment.' I -- t OCAIA. FLORIDA.- JJVERY, FEED: & STABl : ;

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' .k_ --- ,'- -7- has.obtained. a degree of success extremely -

'. from this Special Correspondence Ocala Banner; The recent cold did very little damage (What (Are (Requirements (T)( complimeneary. He has met.I correspondence Ocala Banner.
correspondent ,
-A.j:"'- tbe anent for some ,.,time .The school'"ai this place, after' 'a 'here.- The:: :beana look Just aUttlt. "(Making (A) INanief and conquered, ,' the .problems of life. Mr. Rogers, the turpentine operatorof

fi"p e haS been toucued..A He has 'cariredhis model citizenship Lynne is having a tram road constructed -
be amiss tot successful term of six months taught,
would not
thought it young farmer has made his ap Special correspondence Ocala Banner Into the monument of usefulness from his saw mill on Diamond -

l1e A,few items. by Miss Fanny. Florida ,Mobley. ol pearance'at the home of Mr.: -and Mrs. ,Very seldom Indeed it is that a member where .many have only marred the Lake through this vicinity to

rf:11ie: 'recent cold did considerable Hastings closed here r on', the""26th. Miss :W. Priest. of the legislature brings* home marble-with an unfinished attempt the OcIqa waha.

,,, Is teacher and her" I and quit. Such distinctions should Messrs. Olden and Nix. of JCendrick r
T .to beans In this vicinity, in-, Mobley an excellent ''Our friends, Mr. C.' Martin and family such' an enviable treasure in the shapeof

,_:: age them fully forty per cent. pupils who went through the term have moved back to.the old home- increased popularity and universal be well considered.. have rented Mr.Allen, Gibson's house

P/1I; ,Foe and,McCully attended with her regret very much to say stead in Daisy. They have come to appreciation of the voters of his Yours truly ,for good government, and will occupy It while they run their .
ss rz
and goodbye to her especially her two little stay, as it were until death do them PETER STANLEY. milt .
last Sunday
(. bur h 'at SL Jonhs county "as has the Hon. Edd..,L. Wart-
time. .pets, Ire and Sidney. part. Citra 1906. It is reported that it will be some
of Citra.
! pleasant mann
'report a very We anxious here to occurred here time before the steamer Alligator will
are getting over An exciting smash-up
shoving been
-13ardY Rawla Is now gro- And the priceless jewel ORANGE LAKE.
, the counter for J. L. hear something from the H ,'cafes across Mr. and 'Mrs. Eli Herndon of Atlanta -
Hudson Burr's railroad commission drive Mr. Hughes' horses became
: hardy is trying to kill two a fidence of the people who, on accountof Special correspondence Ocala Banner
: :Smltn with. one stone. acts. We have been expecting. to see frightened at some hogs. and ran the Mr. Wartmann's real worth and Most of our farmers 'have finishedreplanting left Thursday. They will pro-

:ffclrds.. accounts In the Ocala Banner for and smashed t bably not reach home until after Easter
some vehicle against a stump
the regisldr. him
1 r'--' ,:WR R3 opened ability propose to send back their,truck since the frost
some time from him as it offered him it to fragments. Neither the horse as they intend stopping over IB
' cooks for this district last Sat- again; and to show their appreciation Some vegetables are being shipped '

"3 ruatloii the tree- use of its columns to show nor the driver received a srcatcl). more- fully give him an exceed- from here. Macon some time.

.rlsrdar. Seckin- what it has done and why it has not Mr. Cason went to Anthony Satur- fora Charlie Long left Friday for ,Pal-
' and Minnie ingly complimentary vote. There are very fine prospects _
*" jlissea'pauline! done more. We feel over here like day and reports everything on the metto, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
with Reggie'rdIWinfield Marion is doing
last Saturday Of course county large orange crop. The trees were
: erspent_ section of T. W. Randall and son. Lonnie,, who
others throughout the state in that thrifty our
many move
' 'lcCul1y.. the proper thing in this latter case. never so full of bloom before.. .
that if it has done much good : are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Owen.;
W. E. Scoggin and T, J.NdSO very county Mr. Wartmann will accomplish more The Orange Lake public school 'will
: iesars.
> failed to is looking extremely Wilson Pull Boat No. 2 will leave
generally speaking we have Mr. Harper
n:were in this, community a few for Marion county and the people In close Friday, April 13. The school ;
,\ 'or this is the is rollingIn for Crescent Lake in a few days. -
see hear about it, and as cheerful. Cause, gum,
; In the Interest of their com- general because he knows the legis- has been taught this year by Miss
" ago- election year the commissioner's acts daily and spirits are being shipped Mr. W. R. Fore received a telegram
houses, the former, represent- lature better and legislature knows E. C. Lyles Miss Lyles is an excellent
rlissfon Sunday Informing him that eon -
and explanations are in order. A goodly in quantities.
.rutchfleld and Woolfolk of Mr. Wartmann better.It teacher. Hope we can get her for
;jeg'tbe is here this sea- Robert Fore of Belleview, bad been
number A Mr. W. E. Martin's Business brighter ,
but honest and fair that he
, 1t.tsbun.. Pa. and the latter 'repre- was next year.
j 'Philadelphia friends are after, him to make the race son that it has been for many years. seriously wounded.Mr. .
Wm. Welnhert, should be re-elected and that too At a called' meeting the voters of
'eatlag for county commissioner from district The new shop is' nearing completionand Fore and son. Paul left Immediately -.
vote. His services
with a large were Orange Lake sub-school directorateheld
'5 under furnished with the latest and for his bedside. They returned -
No.4. He has the matter Is
, psbdr .A..M., Benton representing theflgtcrnaionat as good as the best and gave general at the school house April !rd.
J consideration the tools. Everybody is Monday afternoon stating that he
; c and enter race. most improved
Harvester Company ofti'ChtCUo'wa3 may I satisfaction. There Is .no couse for and elected D. H. Barry, D. H. Irvine
, His friends all agree' that he would well pleasant and sociable. The farmers was resting very well under the cir
in our berg and ,made a cutting him off from the service. and E. C. Cork trustees.
: : commissioner busy herding their cattle cumstances.
make are
:ria1o'of mowing machine and rake to a good It would not show food judgment on Miss Maude Tenett of Gainesville,
:: Mr. I.. P. Waterman of DeLeon which'brings back to us the memoryof
!! M- PhflHpa and S. J. McCully. the part of employer, employers com- spent several days lest week with CITRA SCINTILLATIONS.
: T of this Is Now boys be smart L
Springs, formerly place. over cow-pen ays.
.V.we'!have been reliably informed that panies, corporations or even govern- Miss, Etel Scott -
this; week herding his cattle an'dlooking and mind the 'gaps. ,
,K '.;S. J. _MoCully in-a prize contest'has S e ments in their various departments of There will be preaching at the Baptist Special correspondence Ocola Banner.

'been ',the lucky winner of one of after other, business. interests employment to cut off a good and efficient church Sunday morning by Rev. The farmers here are busy planting
Mothers and Children.
: ..the following prizes: one thousand while here. servant capable and willing' Clark. their'large crops of corn sweet potatoes ",
Mr. J. T. Lewis killed a large'rattle -
the various duties of hisbarge' r
dollarS'in cash; a seven hundred and perform sugar cane rice, etc.
,- snake in his grove the other day There may be some, .mothers, who the satisfaction of The Tampa-Panama Canal Exposition.
hundred"dol to
5 dollar piano or five fireSide general The many friends of Mr. Willie
Attf self denial to leave their -
near his store. feel it a -
'- donar In',gold. We can't say posit- all 'concerned without a good and Butler, who has been ill for the past'I
} ,Fishing is good on the river and on. and parlors to put their children Mr. T. J. Laud-Brown president of
will beavarded sufficient beyond a
cause proven will
' which one of the prizes six weeks with hemoragic fever,
. hlyely our lakes. Speckled perch and black to bed. They think the nurse could the Florida. mid-winter fair association -
b1m.I doubt under a rigid investigation.Nor bee. glad to learn that, he is able to bout
"f, bass'are biting fine. do just as well, and hat It ,Is of no has returned from Washingtoncity
% would It be just and honest.Once :!
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-:"=Our literary school will close again. Mr. Butler is one of our
Come over Mr. Editor and we will consequence who "hears the children where he bad an audience with
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the "Silver tonguedorator
.7 about two weeks. Mr. E. M. 2tlartlnIf most prosperous truck and fruit growers -
- "" go fishing and have some real sPort. say their evening prayers. Now. set I the president in the endeavor to obtain -
the of the aged
,' has.proven an excellent Intsructor and I played upon sympathies and we are glad to see him around -
Yotera.of school district, No 25 must ting aside the pleasure of fixing the and his influence in Tampa's proposition -
and enraged and ruddy
would make'no gray: *
:\ tbt-patrons certainly remember that Tuesday next, April [little:beds;and tucking thel1t e.darl-, to-have exposition. in celebra- again
mistake.In electing ,him' again strong-minded middle aged man Mrs. Chester Powell of this pla.ce.is -
3rd., is regular election: day to elect ings In there really are important tion of the beginning of, the diggingof
fever of discontent and bought the
|| Mr. S.: B. Brooks has finished build visiting Ocala and when she re-
'F three trustees for two years and. the reasons why the mothers should not the Panama canal. The president
and brave with flattery there-
of American wire fence. young turnswill be accompanied by her
fejns'two/inHes to be assessed. yield this privilege to any one ese.In called
amount of millage chair from objected to the exposition being.
comment mounting the official
There-seems; to be considerable by daughter Miss Eveline PowelL
, Come early and let's fix the millage the first place it is the time of all "international he says that the
in the district ,about the active false pretenses.But Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ausley, of the
at 3 mills. times when a child is inclined to show Panama canal is purelyan
of the
'I' .part the present county comissioners its confidence and affection. All its. in this age of practical educa- digging and in the Meadows, were, the guests of Mr., and

itook'atthe executive committee'meet- tion he would win mustn't go 'round American enterprise' Mrs. James Hobkirk Sunday. _
DAISY. little secrets, come out; with more William Jennings
ling last Friday in Wanting the county singing "I will do what you woul4 language of Mr. The merry chimes of the wedding -
waywardness -
truth and less
[commissioners nominated by the-county have me do, and go where you'd have Bryan. Is done without the consent .. bells will soon be heard in this vicin ,.
the day can be reproved ,
Special Correspondence Ocala Banner: through of other nation." President Laud-
at large., The precedent set by theptiecutive I and talked over with less Irrita- me go and say what you'd have me any ity. Guess who? 9
I has made Its Thetrees Brown says that the president's objection -
Spring appearance.
committee four years ago say, Several of our young ladles were
and with a ten-
tion and excitement he
J liaa, been very satisfactory and we ., robed in their rich verdue of derness and calmness calculated to No sir He must change it to:. "I can be overcome and that out horse back riding,Sunday. This is

doing, etc.." Am going etc." will lend to the Tampa exposition the recreation but Is
"ean't ,see why the commissioners can'tI green makes the hearts'of the people make a permanent impression.We om not only a delightful
dis- "Am saying, etc." (This doctrine, whileit weight of his Influence. healthful as welL
their respective
)e nominated br glad and present a sight that woulddra.r must make it a habit to talk that President
: cts. especially appeals to Mr. Wartmann, This paper hopes Mr. James Hobkirk.. sr, spent.Fri
rapture from the most;prosate, to our children in order, to get from Roosevelt will do this,and that Tampa .
'This! comunity is in need of a rural the subject of our article, may bringin day in
of their feelings.
them an expression Ocala.FLORIDA "
inclined. all
much less the poetically others under the same rule. If so. will have an exposition rivaling CRACKERA
til The writer spent Sunday at Graham- We cannot understand the -characters held the American continent -
others ever on
entitled to the same -
right they-are
We believe under the postal I to our
.: vllle and dined with
i j,there, art sufficient packages of mailcr1ed people there are In cheerful spirits and care unless we are patient with them. ) that she ,"was going to build a
to the requirements.
on'this road to warrant a rural studies come up .Remedy t he I
Every mother who carefully Chamberlain's Couah '
report everything as picking up. condition to her residence so she
:Mr. Wartmann is a man
t/delivery and am sure. it would give people have finished planting their the temperament of her children helpsin Personally... friend Best'and-Most Pooular. ascertain herfriends, wid more hostil '
life long
truly of the people; a
5a: great deal ,better,satisfaction. Mar- corn and the same is already four its character building, : First Impressions to assist the "Mothers buy it for croupy children ity. She was "going to hab a surga
,:ton ,county is 'the most progressive are always the most lasting and ever ready poor railroad men buy it for severe coughs '
leaves 'hIgh. needy or distressed. In this connection and elderly people buy it for la grippe" tory on top of the house ,and a memorandum -
ygcounty In this state Set's set the ball
Our little burg continues to Im and the last word and good-night kissis is very sympathetic andliberal. I says Moore Bros,, Eldon Ia. We sell all lit up wid indecent light
to rolling and have rural mail deliver- hear the hotel as a sweet benediction. more of Chamberlains Ceugh Remedy
prove. You can now he is in a close fer 'em to lemonade on.II
ies -F. M. But when than any other kind. It seems to
"" bells ringing and the sound of pianos taken the lead over several oth-
of bill that car- have
for the a
fight passage .
i-\1'ts. a. L. Lyles Is visiting her sis- the that our people do not er brands.' There is no question but Light promises light. He promisesto
tells story
The' Georgia peach crop has been ries with it the common tnterest of the this medicine is the best that can be issue.
Jer.In-law, Mrs. J. M. Sellers, for a unciviliz'ed tribes. Humiliate all questions at
belong to the killed for the -last time this season. people it Is said that he never allows produced for coughs and colds whether t .,
[TeWdays.ilr. confreres joln
Our streets are travelled very much his it be a child or an adult that is When he has his
) Lusclua Smith and sister, of that we are But a Georgia peach has as many his sympathy to shadow afflicted. It always cures and cures debate there wlll be something doing. .
and this activity fhows
."Gakahoota/ spent last Sunday withiJ.llr. lives as a, cat. ,judgment quickly." Sold by alldruggists. m

busy. : ,
1dMrs... abd family -- ----- '---- -- ----- -
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is repairing -
Mr. Hogan, the road overseer : \ -
KJMr.:: .Lonnie Beck the popular andbaadsoin the roads.

.. ,salesman of, Mrt S. H. (Gum Is now beginning to run in # : ;
, "Broof. Leroy," wos in our little> earnest end .the operators find difficulty SAY RED ROCK SAY IT PLAWhat's N

be'g'wt Sunday calling on his best ,
,.. In securing dippers enough to keep - ..'----' -- -" -- -
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' the boxes from overflowing.
|One of our young men was seen to
, Mr. Harper made a flying trip

.j6uf riding. with a young lady last Sun- Ocala Friday. Mr. N. Hawthorne is Ale when by saying Red

.day".: evening and was so excited he.. visiting here from Lake county. He the use of saying give me some Ginger

.to- put his feet In the buggy.. world?
1ircot the
Ale in
In his section -
. buwlth reports the orange groves and it Plain can get the Best Ginger
.. 'j."," ; a little more practice, he will in fine shape. :Mr. D. Tuten has Rock Saying you

ceme,out all o, k. I Hogan is the Bottled Red Rock then you are
lost his horse Mrs. Henry At the fount tell the. dispenser you want
,_J, McCully bas bought a spending the week with her motherat

a, [.candidate hoe and expects to have aNg,1ot I '
Grahamvilje.} sure of the Genuine Red
of his beans hoed the dlf-

fere nt candidates when they, comeround. business Mr. and trip Mrs to Oliver Ocala Marsh Monday.made Our a RED ROCK is made from the purest and best -ingredients and every sanitary'

So don't all come at tnce. little Sunday school is getting ,along its manufacture. .
known science is employed in .
-.. --:--- nicely. One of our popular.. young safeguard to _

men is making;frequent visits to Gra- .

'*: ;' ,BELLEVUEW_, FLA. hamvllle and always drives We a know very Better than Medicine for Indigestion and Stomach Troubles. Used in

|/Mrs. E. White returned Saturday spirited what this span means.of horses.Mr. Hughes and the leading Sanitariums recommended by the best physicians everywhere

St. Petersburg where she had.Ipen.very
Mr. Martin are on the sick list
pleasant week.
': merchants at.Daisy are do-
,)f !- .'1'. A. Mitchell and Pauline arespending All the

this week In Ocala the Ing a fine business. Oliver Johnson
t;eats of Mrs. J. J, Tills and :Miss of Sunday Bluff, was a visitor here Rock G /

i't'Jl: a.. Sunday In and his reported neighborhood.everything as Red ingef"Ale.Is t

I s '-Mr., Wendell left Saturday for New .

a:::Yorkhire.. Wendell and their daugh- Influence.Is .

I: tern Suss Irma will remain here a few

{tf weeks. 'longer before goingto their a Delicious, Healthful, Satisfying, Refreshing Drink. Slightly Stimulating. .
not solemn thought
- = it.
hern borne earthly Influence will con- for launch parties lawn fetes fishing expeditions or other formal or informal
Mrs Jt A. Mitchell has returned that our As a light refreshment picnics; ,
1- through the ages. What is it Melt Time and you'll appreciate the suggestion.
tinue on
h l ome front a very pleasant visit to itself with occasions, nothing is more accessible ,or better appreciated.
'is done has
: SummerfleM,- done the boundless, universe and will"leave It makes the finest Fruit Punch in the world-formula furnished on request.


"'<.ot, z.A.,''human tale Human of blood horror Blood In was the Marks.told home by marks of J. itself life of for every all man time_Is for little like good a rivulets flowing or evil The riv-and Red Rock is not Trashy or Cloudy. It's Clear, Spqrljliqg ond Pure!

':w._wuiiam3, a well known merchant er, beginning as

; f Bac, Ky. he writes; "Twenty years developing into a' large stream as it

t"- ago i bad several heraorrages of the and isagain Others offer the "just as good" substitutesand
until ,it reaches the graf ocean Sold all first-class up-to-date dealers everywhere. may you
' -ung|, and was near death when I.beLt by ,

:r> ,,;.*. omplltely .cured'smee dl l havewined the earth taken in up the in shape vapor of to dew again can bless on- imitations on account of the additional profit to them. Remember Bed Bock Costs You No ,More.

weU ever since It cures ,
p btmor'rages chronic coughs settled ly be known by the Omnlcient One.SQ

,,lc :Colds and bronchitis and is the only thelife we' live and the

OW1t. cure for .weak lungs. Every behind us Wholesale Distributors
leave ,
vvtUe guaranteed. Tydlngs & Influence. we Manufactured by

' :dr,1g1sts.. Price 5c and U.OO ma can 'never be annihilated and like

!" '. '.-::'-'rtal, botle-' tree. ,!, the"'running brook will go on forever THE RED ROCK, CO. LANG, SWARTZ & CO.,

jt ''wnffres.sio'nal commute decides so we should be careful to lead good
,i ? re Wf' favorably a bW approprlat3143BOOOO lives so as to leave behind us good influence JACKSONVILLE t FLA. OCALA FLA.

; ; for compilation, ,of full to bless the coming generation. i -

..n'_5tlaticj, of the condition of women FARAWAY MOSES. .
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1 i' WR.t.- BROWN", REPLIES_TO MR.; .BURR* ""';;;;; !!"" '''!''''''fntt,,,,,, ,t,1,,tt,,,,4t ,,,'''''''''''n,;",!,,,,,u'n,,,!,,,,,,,, .' .. .

:/ Miami,'Fla, :March 30th,"l906
4 ?6 the A Editor Ocala Banner?. E .. "

{,.I have- read with' a good deal of sr ABBTEA, . JAKE '.t

". pleasure ,and ;amusement but little -. ." THE _
profit the long', wordy but tactless -.-...-- .. -". i
+ to from -
h communication your paper ..
;z' ,s, Commissioner. .B.. Hudson Burr.. As ... 44tIP' .. ,. .' -, -
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you. know, the. letter that I sent you '
;>- was signed in full and- was not sent J .

for, ,publication. but. to acquaint yoU, .
h OCkY
If' .... POT "I'
:"" with the facts that to:my mind proved ',.
} .;:' 'without'a doubt that the railroad commission """-;- :
; '" \ ,was of no value to 95 per cent -- ,
of the shippers of the state. 4F .. t4tF :.It=
You published. the article as..it was '. 1 ;
written for which action I have nor -
s complaint to make except the omission r' r4f'

-; of the full signature I would,ask .I g
that you publish this in full letter- .
;t head and all for I wish R. Hudson :

Burr ,to know that I am not ashamed [ -. CERTAINT1ESI ",.,,",'. ;. .',' .,, ',', i.' -'. '.:, '-. -, I I
t* say that he has admitted that ,the .. .- : I
'' railroad commission has no power over ', ,-"\, -o .;''.,'::. ,1
shipments Into or going out of the '

jtate, which I say.comprise 93.per cent ...... # '
!; of.the freight, shipped, and -I want to I
know why he failed to mention the : ,
fact,that page 13 of the cllasslficationf .;"' ,,. I
Jfl the,railroad commission of the state V5.CtiANCES.1lR I
;=- of Florida says, "When articles are : I
classified both in the Florida railroad ,-
,' classification and in the southern ;.t .. '. .. .' ,' ." ,/'' ..: . .
-- ,. .>.... ". :?
4F' ; freight classification, the classes ... ,'. ." -" J s _,
= : f prescribed ,. ...., ::<. '. I .
ff by the Florida railroad classification '
k. will. be applied. south of Florida ..... ..'. ;,,: :::-- .' .- ->-. '../.-': 'Y--'. '.:,. ,' : ',i :of'!:1

.- k -Mr,basing p > ..f. / ;" : '
Burr says
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r--: L and the constitution, of the United I- .r : ; : ; .. : ..

: .States will not allow them to enforce .
their cl classification a shipment of I .':.. ,
II '
'' 4. mattresses originating in Augusta Ga.. ,' : '
.. from Jacksonville to Miami and ...::':. .' : .
Jacksonville is a Florida basing pointIf -_-- ,!'A'i'ii ,. ..';t "
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that is the case what: use have we .'" : "
1 for Mr. Burr or.the Florida railroad ---. .. >'.,: % IT 'It
,I, commission? Why- cannot we get redress .... : ,of '.
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from the interstate commerce. .
:: ... ..
;. commission who has to enforce ,- '. .
their'. statements?I ---- ., ,"'-,,'.'."..",..:,.:',,..,',- ,. 'J .

I "Mr. Burr Is member of the railroad ". ..
a .
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commission and should know something .
i -
of freight matters yet In his article F ; I
:; In your paper he makes the fol- '
:,;, lowing remarkable statement. -
'; 4 Therefore Mr. Brown saVed on the :? :
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carload of mattresses shipped from DOYOU'TER
.-,' Jacksonville 'und f our .Classincation17cent3 [ "

per 100 ibs., or J1.70 per !.. ., .
\ 119 lbs, and for the minimum car off .. ". ,..: ,, .
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\ 240001bs J40.8CTNow '
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Mr. Editor, there is no minimum <- : _
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car load weight on mattresses _
-r : and,5,0041bs.Is all that a far will hold ----- '. > .- .'
7 and our saving was.n,50. '
; i My: advice? to Mr. Burr is to keep' F The in favor of the.
eat of other people's politics and study majority are, former That t"
; up on railroad matters, which will do. --- 4
\ him. and the people of Florida more '''

:- 4 '\ 'good' than Tours: "of the'the.truly.ability United to States.recite\ the constitution F. :. explains partly our position :with the trade.' Our es- :.. g,

= \ C. M BROWN JR, 'ft ,

,r3' The x,Reasonableness-,of Woman Suffrage : .tabfishment is really a First Class Grocery: Store- / and ..

Dunkirk.. N., Y., April 2. 1906. '

a ,, I To. the Editor Ocala Banner E > model of its -
That women should have equal suffrage LI a kind:1' .; .

with*men. seems so reasonable tc ::: '
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the unprejudiced mind that it has ..... : : [ :
no ,
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need of- argument. The burden of r :' :i : ,""' v .
,proof surely" ought to be with the' denier ..... l'' ,
of this contention. ,..
i-# IL -is universal. proverb that no -'""
j great man has,ever been born who did -
-y: Slot .ha\'e a great mother And yet. M f1'J.j
the wisdom of the centuries IOUE: '
must find ;
Y .. 'jjj N.
;-1t",, Waterloo when the' ballot takes <
this fle}& I .
'The ofd stock argument, that women ,
"' ought not to have the joint privilege 4F .
M1 with man of making ,the -laws .
..3 ,which" govern.them'. both, because at. -:- ,
ter these enactments have been made : "
} ,the V has not the power to 'bear herr .

+ part Tense In has their reached enforcement such a condition and.de. of I ..- HIGH GLASS 'GOODS are well represented as are in .F

senility as to be listed along side of ;

: 2 '."Kipling's. When! twice Madame"Man by the Who de haughty.Stael Was.was Napoleon banished | fact; all grades from the most expensive'to the cheap- i-

_ .. because her pen was mightier than his E
jword, : when Harriet Beecher Stowe
could say the last word in her immortal

I'fuj_i', ally"Uncle Instrumental Tom's Cabin"In changing that was the ciwilization vit- |J. est. Our assortment is matchless .. and'our values .

vu of centuries, freeing both *
:c ; 4 slaves from their masters and masters .

,s'it' martyr- from to their the cause slaves;of when vice that annihilatlon greatEr _B unexcelled. If you desire all the certainties which such

,; \ and race emancipation Frances RWHlard. -

,_>""&:;J; man.has world federation.> could been' accomplish able for to righteousness.accomplish what. ,no It a | advantages insure then call and inspect t'our Grocerr" :

f .:, la too late In the, day to talk about .
: the helplessness of femininity.

s".' *d klgh With schools, women and predominating hinting at it in in our our c ies and .Prices Prompt attention and nRt delivery. =

\ colleges it Is high time to allow the
educated mind, without reference to '

of physical government markings EVERETT, to. rule in M.the HILL.realm: E ::- : .. .. '. Yours. for more and better business... ,.., .

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Mr. W. K. Zewadskl and family gave
t up their home Saturday night and ;;4
noW nave rooms at Mrs. Hood's on Ft
+ .King avenue and board '.;I
wjll with Mrs.
h C, J, Phillips. Mr. Edward Holder., :
l who recently. purchased the Zewadt TEAPOT GROCERY
t ski home will shortly begin. making E
4 l and repairs on the place III 5
; preparatory to .moving' Into the same.
The E Holder are greatly. pleased that we areoon ...J

x f Jdents.* to have theme": permanent, res- 1(" '." ,. ,'1..,.." ,i,." .,.,." " .," ,i.'I"." ." 4"" "

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