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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 13, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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?. -"'" : THE NEWSPAPER.-"WHAT, IS IT ,BUT A MAP> OF BUSY LIFE.; JTS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-COWPEK

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Ly.t.,, :::: PRIDYAPRth' 13 1906.- ONE DOLLAB A YEAHJ
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Purchases Another Drug Store. Mrs. Mciver Entertains for Miss Hans- '
:: I"Mr.Cox :
'Jt brough. MONEYTOLOAN ITo
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Base Ball Dr.. E. H. QOX, of East DInt. will

: Park Mrs.. Donald :Evander Mclver gave ,
open a drug store In College : ,

; .. '. : '. .. .-. 'ibout the 15th of this month. He ha a very )lovely party Fridajr afternoonIn Every Customer. Based on Business and __ : .

: leased the store of Dr. Curtis and will honor of Miss,Addle Hansbrough of .- .'

it once begin to get in a nice stock of Elizabethtown, Kentucky. one of the Responsibility. -

which will be put under the .
hugs,
3oods most attractive visitor to Ocala this -'
.. management of ,Dr Shanno, who has '
seasoiWJliss: Hansbrough left Saturday MUNROE & CHAMBLISS 3
'r' : '.. recently graduated in pharmacy.This f .

item is of. much interest to .for her home and thte pretty party i BANKERS. -1

everybody In College Park as a drugstore was a farewell compliment to her.Mrs. .

has been badly needed here for Mclvers guests Included the 'Ocala, Pla., Jan. 27, 1906.
Have Arrived and it is the Largest -
some time and the reputation. Cox young ladies; .., who haver".becomes. brides ---- -- --- --I 1'

las established in East Point will be since she herself, came to Ocala three I

r Line we have ever carried. Orders a sufficient guarantee for its success. i iI I years ago" :Miss Hansbrough being the The Value of Immigrants.We .

Dr. Cox will spend his time between' only unmarried: lady present. Ii .

filled promptly and satisfaction :his and his East Point business. A Mrs. Mclver and Miss Hansbroughwere printed t a little Item In our rftNGSiWe

veil-appointed soda fountain will alsoe both charming in white and welcomed -
Thursday's issue statiig that 11,000
> placed in the store.-Eas't Point the guests in the cordial and {

guaranteed. ([Ga.) Enterprise. pleasant manner for which they. are immigrants had arrived In New York

The Ocala friends of Mr. Cox wille both noted. the Thursday before and asked how

) very pleased to know that he is 'Mrs. Hocker served the punch and many of these immigrants would turn

loing so admirably and hope that he was as ,she always is very gracious. their faces southward? What are inr- Have Now in Stock

I sill. have. the same success with his This event was a "heart party ,and migrants worth.to acountry like ours? .

:: POST: OFFICE DRUB SID E College Park pharmacy; that "he has the decorations, souvenirs and appointments What. for instance are George MrfKay. the Most Complete Line of

' : : lad with his drug store at East were very suggestively Dave Woodrow, and that class of men RlNGSthatCanBeFoundAnywhere.

Point. carried odt I worth to a country like ours! The .

-Ii.',...'.. '." A .small red heart shaped box,. ornamented worth of these two men. perhaps, maybe '

::!.':-.... .- -. -- Funderal of Mrs.. McGrath. ,
"-- : with cupids was given to measured in dollars and cents but j .
> : SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS Mr. Albert A- Graham weiV: out to
Zi:' few I each guest. These contained a num- the figures would have to be placed Call and See Them., -I

:Ii.:;'."iI. Local' Editor.' Fellowship Saturday to spend a The: : funeral services"over the remains berof letters from which a. quotationwas high; but in other things and better ,
uncle after which he
days with his ,
i. 1 of the late Mrs. Candis P. Mc to be evolved. This' was entitled things their worth can not be estimated.
f r :- will return to .Ocala and will make thl
>.' HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.MK his home. Grath took place at one o'clock Fri "A Pied Quotation" and was AS follows They have married here are rear- ,

: Two souls with but a single families and their offsprings will
>- I Ing
i : .'. day' at the old cemetery. The remains -
: ----- thought two hearts that beat as one" forever bless our land. .
On account of first spring automobile were brought to Ocala on the
?; Jack Harrison of York was a and for deciphering it the quickest Our: people should make heroic efforts -
:
meet at Atlantic Beach. Fla. Seaboard train from ,Tampa, accompanied -
jj! visitor to the' city' Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Powers was given the prize twored to secure some of these immi- r
__ L the Seaboard will sell tickets at on by Miss Gertie Pereda. Mrs. J.
.. satin hearts filled. with ton bons. grants that land every week: on our
-,, ,, .. 0 fare plus 25c for the.. round trip Apr M. Terrell and Mrs. B. B. Barco. sister -
: After this contest Mrs.: McKean and shores. We cannot get too many of
8, 9, and 10 limited returning to Apr] and niece of the deceased.
Charlie Marshall came up fromtcryataf Mrs.. Lapman sang very sweetly several them, especially of the George McKay
',Mr 15th. .' The funeral arrangements were in /
| River Tuesday where. he Is .. solos. and Dave Woodrow. stripe. Fred 6. B. Weihe
charge of Mr. D. E. 'Mclver and the
In the dining room the guests were ,
[:: workng..t Little Miss Roberta Chambers, tbe following gentlemen acted as pallbearers
seated aUbeautifully decorated tables. Street Improvement.Dr. '
-- youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. viz: Messrs.E.. T. Williams He) Jeweler
'-,' Suspended from the chandelier were, -
: Mrs W.. D.. Graham, Of Asheville, N. J. Chambers a party ,to a larg ISistrnnk .
gave C.
", B. A. Weathers John Dozier : ,. S. H. Blltch. manager of the-! ,J'-
red ribblns and hearts. Theca -L \
; C, went out to Connor Tuesday to number of her young friends.Saturday; R. B. Campbell and Frank many -.j Commercial Bank has addressed the .

,-spend this week with her xhusband' '' little folks all had cards.. were beartshaped cards
; afternoon and the Harris. j tallowing letter to Mr. E. K. .Nelson, --
aud the red
: L. M. Graham. painted in forgetmenots
: ': 1parent.. Mr. and Mrs. > : a big time. Rev. G. H. Harrison rector of Grace :ribbons attached to each one wju. j shairman of the street committee; A Young Ocalaian Makes. Invention. *

:; Mr, John W Pearson. president of Episcopal church, read the beautiful caught up to the chandelier' with a Dear Sir;-Our little talk during ---
.r Mr. Robert Basklin of Anthony, wa burial services of that church.A iing to the unsightly The latest model for-a patent filed at
"" ,: the Pearson 011 & Gas Company, ,Is at little silver slipper, filled with rlc 1 the past week perta '"
In town Friday, and says that although large number of the friendi of and rocky condition of the the patent office is a perfect adjustable -
several
:. .homa after an absence of which was afterward showered on ,
h1.It. : the, late frost did conslderabli Mrs. McGrath attended the funeral streets around and about the square electric switch box. Invented by R.
2. Veeks. which he spent on Business 'Miss Hansbrough.i .
:damage In that vicinity-1 the farmer and many beautifu flowers were plac- I i x this method of Inducing E. Tonge Jr., superintendent of construction -
tias prompted"
:"Chicagoand with hls'daughtert Mrs i color motif of red and white and
hope to make up in prices what they ed on the grave by: sorrowing..friendsof as chairman of for ths Florida Construction
effort by you
I:.G..h'Bright, at St. Jo, Mo. fc of their the, heart1 idea was also seen in the an
lost in the quantity
have ..ksonville.For .
of J
the deceased. the street committee to urge your orT Company,
menu served. Mrs. Sistrunk sat at

Mr,, A. J. 'McLaughlin. of FaIrfield, truck., To the bereaved relatives we extendour the table and poured each guest .a cup anization and, the public to begin an I a .long time 'Mr. Tonse has been T

of the Wade & sincere sympathies in the sorrow of means and methods sueb working on a scheme to equip switch
manager
jr. : popular agitation
: thej Miss Mary Louise Woodward whi: of tea, witch was passed to them .just
I 'McNair interests at 'that"place was that has come} .to.them..,:-- -h-.'. will result in placing the sjrests in oifes.: s .that when placed in buildings -
BF}. -. has been teaching the children of Mi. .. before they left thVdining room.A is t '
i.i our visitors on..Tuesday. question in a condition In keeping wltt1Ocala's before the lathing and plaster Is
among
the sL little heart
I Walter Ray at Martel for past Silver .Anniversary. consolation prize a
placed on they can be adjusted so as
advancement ,
-- Ocala Fri all the guests and rapid .
cut for
months passed through pin. was by \
:l.'Mr. and Mrs.: Henry Grantham, of' be In the wall than the
11: The i& situated on an eminence not to deeper
few days in ilay. on het way to' her .ho'me at Wilson The Womaa's Foreign Missionarj won by Mrs. Helvenston. A special square >
'f Holder are spending a thereby affording natural drain- plastering. .
sister.f JJ. C. the Florida conference guest prize a souvenir, dish of Ocala
OCala with Mrs Grantham's : society of in all directions.We He. has completed his work by making -
'- to Miss Hansbrough.Mrs. age '
f Mrs. D. A. Miller, Methodist Episcopal church, South! was presented have the means (if not In the an additional box. which fits in
of Welrsdale. vMcIver gives delightful <<
Mr. F R Haskell wil celebrate ,their "silver anniversary' : always .
.
j fastens together
outside box and
1< :: our pubic the
) at least among
I J;: spent Friday in Ocala. He came up] at Pa1a.tka.prll 19th to 22nd. parties and the one given by her :ity treasury
.. }: Mrs. C. A Mai-ks and Miss Agnes citizens for the improvement with a long screw. The box Is placedIn
from the lake with his brth r-in-law, in on Friday was a beautiful one. Her spirited
-Arnold returned home Tuesday after- Among those who will takje part the' building and if the lathing and
J. Atlen.of China who wa: guests ere the following: Miss Hans- necessary. 4
Young that time
Dr. exercises at "
to Mrs.Iark's the interesting '
visit
edge
few day's extends the outer
Lnoo: from a that the expenditure plaster beyond
here for a brief visit with the famll' of Citra Miss brough \LIr. William Hockey Mrs K If It Is argued '
Ellis In Mrs. S. S. Harris :
Mrs. are .
Mr. and is to
;i-- parents for[ this work is greater than is jus- of the box all that ls-nacessary
Frank Harris.Mr. Van Hood, )Irs. W. H. Powers. Mrs. '
Df Mr. Ellie Tydings of Anthony missionery
',Gainesville. the turn the screw and he box will ome
< .Ified from the point; of view ,that ; ;
G. R. McKean, Mrs. C. V. Miller Mrs.: !
of Georgia
Mexico Mrs.: Alice Cobb. -
to
-- ; not be lasting nor to a level with ihe wail: .. ass rlng '
J, W. Stevens. of Fort McCoy, material used may lout
!' ilrs. 'Carl Schneider, of Dunnellon associate secretary to the Wo- Howard Clark Mrs. E. T. Helvenston.
:\ 1 evening aacjailed then begin a series, of experiments a much neater job.
in the city Saturday satisfactory
:-1.U,1een spednlng a few days in Ocala was man's Foreign )Missionary board; Miss Mrs. Harry Lapham, :Mrs E. C. Welsh, Invention of Mr. Tonge's will
Banner office. He wa:!s and determine as early as This
at the
: :WIth..her: husband's parents Mr. and Jessie Blake, of Tallahassee and a Mrs. W W.. Condon Mrs. C C. Carroll much extra work. and
home from a visit to hi:; practicable the most available and save electricians
his
.' Mrs.: C H. Schneider. jn way number of other prominent mission- and Mrs.s.:: T Sistrunk.Mr. Mr.Tonge
the is granted
son, )Ir. Elbert E. Stevens, a mr- 4- east expensive means and materials when patent

: Mr. J.-J of Homosassa, hant at Crystal River. ary workers.It required for this much needed work.'. will place his new switch box -
[ :: Williams. is expected that there will be i a C. L. Bittmger on the market and from present indications '
Williams Fish Co., <. -
president of the
;_ In Ocala Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Olin ,gave a large attendance at this anni'ersarymeeting ; A Pleasant Moonlight Picnic. it will be adapted by electricians -
was transacting business services be Among the names in our advertising
! : and that the will '
'-, pleasant party to their friends at their -- all over the state.

I :- Tuesday. home at Kendrick Friday evening an<<1 very. interesting and
K:,', Adam L. Elchelberger and lit' quite a number of the young people 01 r .A Painful-Cut.- from this county, Is that"of C. L. Bit; a delightful picnic at Silver Springs great ability. He is now working on

1. ,.,Ue daughter Luther are enjoying ijrivWt i Ocala attended. They all report hay linger. Friday night. Those In the crowd mother invention and intends applyIng -

Petersburg and had fine time and awal W. H. Powers Mr for a patent at an eirly date.
: to Tamya. St ing a very Friday while at: work in' the OcaL :Mr Bittinger Is a native of. Pennsylvania were Dr. and Mrs. '

.'other points In south Florida. with impatience another invitation to and Mrs. Howard Clark Misses Mars Jacksonville TimesUnion.Mr. .
Bottling Works Mr. Burns Leavengoo< and belongs to the race of
,- : _. visit our neighboring town and Its have Anderson Valeta Potter. Addle Hans- Yonge is an Ocala boy and his
had the misfortune to .the meg- '
,>' Mrs. Clifford L.. :Anderson and little good .people.Mr. ments of a broken bottle strike him in Germans, who have made that stat< brough Sara Harris, and Messsr. N. J. Mends here are delighted to learn of .

8 a came up from Crystal River Tues- one of the most prosperous in our Roess 0.' B. Howse. L. W.. Duval. and he success he.is achieving as an elec-
; neck and cut a long .gash jus
4? (day to spend a short while with Mrs G.W. Margeaux a veteran of the '. American union. Harvey Clark.. They drove out to the :riclan.

1.r and a member a l under the left ear. the civil Mr. '
I'Anderson's parents Maj and Mrs the Union army At the outbreak of war in a bus. The night was a
springs
.' : 1', Iriari the grand army 'of the republic, has The wound bled profusely and is Bittinger was a young man and inspIred and the ride down and For County Commissioner. .
perfect one
__ in Ocala quite painful but not serious. Dr ,
.0 spent the winter and spring by a love of country, wasimong -
delightful one.
.. ;.; Miss Georgia Borger entertained and may make it his home.tHe.. has Powers was called and took several the first to obey the call ql f back:short was Indeed ride down a the run in the )Ir. Charles' W. Turner announces

:.p. several of the visiting pedagogues al tI the agency of the very popular bool stitches in the wound_ and Burns' is the national government for troops A picnic lun h ils candidacy for re-election to membership -

I,, ""' dinner Tuesday- night at the residence enticedSermons by the DeviU" Flv< doing all right now though the accident He fought with conspicuous bravery "Undine, a splendid of the evel1lng.s'pleasures on the board of county com-
[ constituted some ;
I :r4.. of.,Mft and. Mrs..,G. ,M. Martin whertffv8h thousands of these books were sole will lay him up. for severa and though enlisting as a private hewas and altogether the evening missioners from' the fifth commls-

:, $ makes* her home. The dinner par" before they left the press. See comrade days. soon promoted to command. a pleasant one.I ioner's district.1Ir. .' ''

.S'U-i: a most pleasant affair ltarg aux and procure a copy.Mr. The cause of the accident was the company.As tvas a ;very TUrner' has served two yearsjt

I :' explosion of a defective bottle which soon as the war was ended he Mr. George -W. Wilson editor-ln-' a iid his stewardship has been entirely
:I'I XIr; and ;Mrs Sax.ton, who have been Earl Hendersor with soda water
and Mrs! had just been filled has been satisfactory and especially so to the
onverted his sword into; a pruning hief of the Times;Union,
! ) .spending the winter and spring al.their Ind. who wen
Muncie,
Swain of of his-wn district.
look and came to Florida in the early quite ill for the past week, suffering voters

'; charming retreat on Lake.Welr,. married in that cUy, oa April the 3rd .Accidentally Killed While Hunting. 50's to grow up with,the country. He from functional nervous disorders. oc- Mr. Turner Is 39 years .of age and :

f: ::.c passed through Ocala Tuesday enroute passed through Ocala on Friday after --/ ocated at Summerfleld where he asioned by over mental and phys! al is a "native 4 and to the manner born"s

I''!4 i i: l' toNew., York City This, was Mrs aoqn.: They were on their way to Sar. From Saturday's Daily. :aught school and ran a farm. strain.! For ten years* Mr. Wilson has was his father before htm. He Is a

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: so entirely pleased that shewill On ,their way found dead In the woods near the I
lr > weeks with relatives. was editor of this paper by the letters he :liary duties unremitting, attention and aklng and withal Is most genial and

! :'. >: 'mak; It a point to come earlier next t dome they will spend a few days IE home of his brother at Cotton. Plant wrote over the signature "The toiL Those not familiar with the res- ompanionable. He:Is, indeed, so popular '

g season and every season hereafter.'There .. at Anthony. that he is not like- -- .
Ocala and It seems .that on Wednesday Mr. Yankee Dutchman" and Mr. Bittinger. Ewnsibilities and perplexities of being in his district
,
.
fJ' ,
and evi.ientaIy position on the Banner the head of a daily ne'sp'd.pt."c.ii.U------- ---- ly to have opposition. I
the genial CoL Her. Brooks had gone out hunting accepted a at .
: friends of :
; are boys going to ruin\ The I
some
know while he was 'removing the whi h he held for about twelve years. not appreciate the- strain and the -
, .;::Just r fop the want of a little attention. bed t ,L. Anderson will be glad to Swain-Wierman.,
...0' succeeded in cornerIng from the muzzle of his gun it was His: work during that time and sense of obligation to the public in the
is sometimes that he has about_ dirt -
A. simple act of kindness
Is well, known tour conscientious duty. It
discharged the entire since that time so discharge of
a the turning point In a boy's ca.. .the timber lands in South Ameri- In some way Friday the following ..announce
tImE load entering his head causing instant > readers that it is hardly necessary will be a month, or six weeks before
,ieer,, Some men are too selfish to :a., where he has been for. some ment cards.'were received In Ocala by
> .. death.ltr. : to refer to It Mr. Wilson will be allowed to take up
'., think that''ben they take care ot the past and the prospects in that country the friends of. the young groom whose
19 ol Mr, Bittinger is active In educaional. his newspaper duties and perhaps
about
not .- Brooks was years
'" :.:{moral and intellectual training ol are so alluring that he will home was, 'f andother move be necessary -
i-'thelr own ,children their obligation to return home untU the first of June age .and was an excellent ypung- man temperance Wnger rest and diversion may this county.., _j
md- his death Is greatly de nents that have for their object the : to restore him to his normalconditioliSaturday's
tragic
? 'society Mr. Earle Henderson wain
Laney
la?QltU ed.--Judge' O H ,.
In '
Pine trees in Florida are becoming plored. He was a son of the lat ..Wi- >ublle good. is felicitous and happy Times-Union. .
"'- T'JY' Miss Mary Jane Wlermaa .
for real consideration.. The direct Brooks of Cotton Plant and was j Us expression and has achieved a ----- '
i'; .and Mrs. S. G. McDougall and >bjects ey and family, wM 'Married
,
Mr. W. P, Goodyear
> ,3 Addle .Hansbrough ye'gone to reason for saying this is that' Me lisa a nephew of Mrs. E. M. .Howard reputation both as a writer and as. an f 3rd
: ago moved from Ocala Tuesday, April ,
1aCk5onVIUO -tG' spend ten 'days withasbrough's Fames Sanders was in from Early Bird .nc1a cousin of Mrs W. W. Clyatt. and. orator and, at present holds Jhe po- some months tft reside, have, returnedand nineteen hundred and six
Dunnellon.
: to
MIss- l1 / E. H.b Saturday and said that the saw mill Mrr James Brooks of. this city. iltlon of president the statepress -
:;....,: sIster Mrs. : will again make their home here. Muncie IndianA
threes LssoelatloiL, '
'&Ote fore''returning to/their homeHzabtfhtQ'wo lear that place :recen.sold x
home
i, ; living about a mile'west of At *
wiich it securedhe Ocala is rapidly coming to the: front They,are .
'\near }} Kf :3 Jr, ana Mrs.. sticks of timber for Mr. Mrs W. D, Graham. formerly of town. after June the first V
manufacturing point
tim- cigar .
a
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These '
of $150 apiece. I
i_ .tPUgafl have price
,- and,Miss Hansbrough .In Asheville. "The.Colonlar
residing
:::
but now
ot the El )cala, -
feet In length and Charles Peyser proprietor .<
, -. ': :t1W :winter, with, relatives at ers' measured fifty clgar'factory. C. Q. after a pleasant visit to her .A bill has been introduced la congress --

,. ".' Wurg, Tampa, and Ocala, "wbLle in iquafed eighteen Inches., They are rroplco among many rother-in-lawv>. L.. Grahani,. in this for the relief of Colonel!A. L. Senator. Baskin. of. Dunnellon ,and
letters, has .
flattering revived
:- .ct I the guests 9:(' M{. and used fordredge' boat 'studs. and-the ther very left Ocala yesterday where Etchelberger of. ,this city., 'and.his. Judge F. j:: Titeomb, of Rockwell,
> from,the governor of South city, for V
,-r 34r. eason they command such a high one aU anxious 1>1U to were among .our prominent visitors- ,
'WE aujliCker.... They are very r obtain Carolina asking about his famous MilaOeyo she will be the guest of friends. friends.. 'are -, 'jforthe Va
: nthg i >rice la because itvis dICUt.to Saturdayr j1q V
': J () and are: always.Ocala. corWelc Gainesville Sun. pass. .
imbera! 6f 'this.length and size, cigar;. 'VV
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BEGINS AT THE VARIETY STORE ladies 10c Lineal
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.; t 10 CENTS MONDAY V, APRIL 16 I AT 9 A. M. 4 kerchicfi CENT-

Fast Color Calicoes


,' [4 CENTS PER YARC Sale Lasts One Week Only 80:1:


Fast Color Lawns _

ti',5 4 CENTS We have about 25,000 yards of all kinds of Embroidery Edging, Insertions Ten,Piece;ee#

;. Fine Dress Colored andjAllovers;'! which is the best tine Ocala has ever seen. Some, are $1 !

; Lawns course work; some are the best work made In the assortment you will findCambric Men' Fans
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8 CENTS Nainsook Swiss Mull and Mercerized Goods. Some are worth 2c. 8 CENTj

Starchless 4.4 Sh"tinga ,yard Some are worth $l, All will be sold for one week only at less than Men's Pure '!

7 CENTS yard
per Handkerchief
MANUFACTURERS'* COST. 8 CENTS i
"
: White Fcrafan Lawn In addition the above will have special The '
to we something every. day. prices prove the balance: Men's Herujtiteft
-' Handkerchief?
10 CENTS

o EMBROIDERY SALE. LINEN SALE. 5 CEN
RUG SALE.WEDNESDAY I:
I
White Pique MONDAY APRIL 16. TUESDAY APRIL 17. :
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APRIL
18 .
14 CENTS ,
Men s Gyott
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a
: For this day we offer .as special: For this day we offer the followi -g: This day we will sell Rugs at lessdera'I::

White. Fancy Pique 1000 yards Cambric Edging in. wide 4c 28'inches wide Brown 13 and 16c ]
yde
.16 CENTS Linen for than ever .before
: JOOO yards Cambric Edging, JO J-2 in. 4 A_
',' 36'inches wide Brown Linen for 19c Men's 50 cent Shi
0 YL
wide 1VJC
White: Open Work J5x30 in.M 09 uette Rugs for 34c 39 C I
,:. Pique 3000 yards, Fine Swiss Edging and InsertionQQ 36 inches wide white Butcher's Linen for 21e] >". .
_ 30x60 n. Smyrna Rugs.Value $J.50 ,,
.';'- 'S"'CEN.TS 4000 yds Fine Swiss Edging,nd Insertfon24c 36 inches wide white Skirt Linen for 21c Today '. 89 C Men's $2: Hat
: .
loC'White. Duck Towels We have thousands of yards of 36 inches wide white Linen Lawn for 2lG 30x60 MoquetteRugs Today Value $3,00 $1,89 98 ,I,

= : 8 CENTS Embroidery that no can describeThese We have 2
_ pen a nice assortment of < Men's J3.CX s bl'lt
goods are now displayed I in I 36x72 MoquetteRugsVaIue$5.00. I ${;C) QQ.
White Linen Dress Patterns at Low Prices.Today.. $223 I
5c Duck Towels our windows Remember this will SHEETINGS'r

3' CENTS not be a"Grab Game tt all the x Squares Value$5. $2 64 .
as 36 inches wide starchless Sheeting for QG VO Today Men's $10 s;
and $ s
goods divided into equal values 4 I

: Pure Linen Towels Everybody' will be pleased. EMBROIDERY SALE TOD fIY. EMBROIDERY SALE TOJ 1Y. Men's 3.00 Pant

10 CENTS .

$ .''' Ladies White i Belts, The Variety Store The Variety Store The Variety Store.. $1.93 ;'I

Boy's $5.00 Suits
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; I ;-: 10 CENTS 'ICE \ FREEZER SALE- HANDKERCHIEF SALE MUSLIN UNDERW0EIe{ $USI

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__ f '.: Ladies Turnovers Embroidered THURSDAY, APRIL 19. FRIDAY, APRIL 20. SATURDAY, APRIL 21. Boy'a $1.50 Su:,..

5
CENTSMens
Warm Weather, A Good Time A Few Specials for this.Day, For this Day Only We will Sell: 98 CENTS

SOt BalbrigganUnderwear to Buy Ice Cream Freezers. Look at Them Lad'. 35 Corset Covers . 19c Boy's $2.50 Suites.> '

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33 CENTS Arctic Freezers. White Mountain Freezers.Ladies pure linen Handferchiefs 3c Ladies 35c DrawersLadies1 : .. '. '. :_. 19c $1.98,,11

,2 QUART FOR 2 QUART FOR
s Pure Linen Ink Tablet 81.30 81.60 Ladies J5c Ribbed Vests 6c. -. Ladies Fancy Collar
_ 3 QUART' FOR J.50. 3 QUART FOR 1.0U (DoubledTapedl' 50c Aprons'Ladies' 29C
5 CENTS Ladies J5c Ribbed Vests 10 CENTSLadies !
4 QUART FOR 1 Lt 90 4 QUART FOR 2.20 1 Dc .;..
( : (Lace Insertion) extra size Goons .
: 6 QUART FOR 2.30 6 QUART FOR :1
2.80
00PagePencil Tablet Fastcol'd Figured Lawns 3'2cyd Fancy Lae'
8 QUART FOR 8 QUART FOR Gowns Hose ;j
CENTS. 2.95 g.(JQ Ladies 25'Bl ac k or Trimmed in Embroidery 19 CENTS

_.: White Mountain Junior 90c. White lace Hose .16c 69,89,98,1.391.78 =-
Fine Fancy Lamp Ladie'BI. Hose-
98 CENTS, '. Price the Above Anywhere in Ocala. Ladies fancy turnover collars 5c We Covers Have all kinds of Skirts, Gowns. Corset 7 CENTSEMBROIDERY
and Drawers which will be sold at. J

y' Decorated Dinner Plates EMBROIDERY, SALE TODAY. ,Fine Fresh Candy 25c value' 9c pouqd very low prices on this day. Ladies 50c Corsets,:1

10 CENTS Embroidery Sale Today. SALE TODAY 43 CENTS -1


\-. B".kfaiPlat" The_Variety_ Store. The Variety Store. Tlje Varieiy Store. Ladies 10 15c CENTS Lace OxfJ"J Yer

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5 CENTS Ladies $2.00
Every, Price around this We have thousands of yards All goods during this sale No,sample
cut
a< of or goods sent Our. prices are always lower Come in and see us during $1.43 -
Yaleacines
Laces which
than any other, house In this -
sheet will hold good every this
sale
Glass Table'Tumblef'$ may be returned and money out on approval during this we are always glad
.' are to be sold at prices that state. In this sale they will to have you visit our store 72 Inch Mosquito'Buy "_,,
be lower than the
2 CENTS day of this sale. competition cannot equal. will be refunded. sale. lowestanywhere. or. buy not. You only ";
98 CENTS
< make
money when '
you bay _3

Amoskeag Gingham For Only One Wee Saturday April p 21st '
WillBe The Last Day. 90 inch Mosquito j
5 CENTS per yard $1-24 .

12 Qt Ice Cream Freezers] One Price Only 3 1-2 Pound Bed Spre-*

t ;1 Dash Only THE. VARIETY 01 VI1 ._51.43

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Decorated 14-Piece Double Bed Sheet*

Toilet$129 Set Prices Around ThisSheet Every Day of This'T1. Sale. J9 CENTS -
a. t5c Pillow Case*!I
9 CENTS
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THE NEWSPAPER.-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OF BUSY LIFE;.. ITS FLUCTUATIONS' AND VAST CONCERNS.-COWPER. ,

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:VOL.40.. ST0. 4G OCALA FLORIDA FRIDAY APRIL
t 13, 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR$

... -
i; .
TRAGEDIES OF "THE SYSTEM." that it is published on the same day -have drifted Into careless and cor- them and too much hard. shrewd sense .

in all parts of the country To succeed rupt ways of looking at things; but to silently endure this premeditated "

Mr. .James Creelman, the Famous therefore, the magazine must put its- to say that the average successful class warfare much longer and I pro-

Journalist, Writes a Story, Whichis self in touch with the nation as a American business man pose to help to expose the feather-

f's Released to Ocala,Banner.Mr. whole. It cannot afford to tie itselfto is.a. deliberate rascal. .that heads fanatics and charlatans who

merely local prejudices or local In- the masses of our business life rests have by their one-sided presentation of

James Creelman bas achieved a terests. upon coldblooded'lying and cheating, facts demned the American reputation -

a reputation as a journalist that has. "It Is only a few years since one of that a nation consecrrated to 'popular throughout, the world. And this
"
=_ at once placed him in the forefront of the monthly magazines then heavilyin government has only succeeded In can be done without whitewashing

debt, discovered what a paying producing scoundrels in the leader- rascality or condoning corruption anywhere -
the great, army of American thinkers.It '
thing It was to enter Into the radical ship of all its politics and all of Its '

will be remembered that Mr. Creel- sensational work hitherto monopolIzedby activities--except popular news- Never In human' history has a

/ man was with Mr. Bryan In the mem- the newspapers, and to join in the papers and magazines that the greater responsibility been placed upon -

orable campaign that he made in 1896, passionate almost unreasonaing, accusatory political heroes" they createtosay a nation than that which rests upon .

1akinfT In which he not only astonished the movement whipped up by that Is to admit,Uacauley's charge the American people today. Hay

world by the richness and strength of journalism."The that our government Is all sail ing demonstrated that democratic institutions -
_
his,eloquence as an orator but'also by Magazine editor who first found and .no anchor and to confess are not incompatible with
p
a his powers}of physical endurance. out that extreme radicalism and pelting his phophethood when he material, progress that. indeed, 'a free

fr Mr. Creelman's achievments' that unvaried abuse was .a profitable wrote to an American: 'Either some i and self-governing people have outstripped
occasion : but if less:
} were little any ...--- .
than Mr. Bryan's. He traveled the*

same number of miles and reported in ,

; Absolutely Pure t a most fascinating and chorming manner JAMES CREELMAN, -

I every speech the silver advocate

made. .

A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER Mr. Creelman connected with tA

the New York 'World., the New York .
.
Herald, and the New York American,

It makes the most deliciousand holding, responsible positions on all

these newspapers, but has left the xi

healthful newspaper field and has allied him-
hot
breads
.. self with Pearson's Magazine and on

f April 20th; a story from his pen en-

biscuit and cake titled' 'the Tragedies of "The System' r

will appear In that magazine,
..,
By a special arrangement made with .

FREE. FROM ALUM, LIME. OR PHOSPHATIC ACID Pearson's Magazine: this story has .''.

been released to the Ocala Banner, and

.
the first chapters of it will appear in -
22.-
our Sunday edition of April

Speaking of some of, the reasons )

fAlom baking powders are unhealthful. Do not use them for' that impelled him to leave the:news :
..
raising, food under any circumstances. So detrimental are alum paper field that he filled so acceptably _
I
baking powders considered that in ,:Mr. Creelman says:
most foreign countries their .

'sale is prohibited. In many States in this country the law compels -, "I gave up newspaper work after along c itsW\ .
struggle with myself, simply be-. '.
alum powders to be'branded to show that
,they contain because I saw in an unfetfered Magazine -

this dangerous add,'while in the District of Columbia, Congress like Pearson's an opportunitynot ,

has,prohibited the sale of all food,that contains alum. merely only to earn_ 'my ,

livelihood, for I have always -
Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at from 'jo ,
been able to do that and have

,cents a pound 'to 25 ounces for 25 cents, or 25 cents a pound, something left 'over; not merely to

lc and when not branded.. may generally be distinguished by their get out of the wild rush far increased : ,1-T

j price. circulation which so often sweepsthe ;

jt, greatest newspapers against the _______ ,, -

,
saner and better convictions of their r
,
'" editors: but also to get national utterance ; ,
rl.. : \
r for what I might have to sr
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r.f''<._ say.The .. j. .A r ieFa s
: SArtA cUZASETH HARRIS truth is that the average daily
)(1'
I James L. Rawls, manager of the +
( American bas become, in
newspeper
\f. Local Editor.HAPPENINGS Crystal River Lumber Company, wasa .

-::= -- I .inesJlsltur! to Ocala Saturday, more senses than one desultory, pro- AUTHOR OF A FASCINATING POLITICAL! STORY, ENTITLED: TRAGEDIES OF "THE-SYSTEM WHICH
ylncial and a victim of mere extremel. ,
... IS RELEASED TO THE OCALA BANNER AND ITS: PU8LICATION STARTED IN IT COLUMNS APRIL
ABOUT TOWN. Mr. R E. Cllne of the Cline & Yonge thought and interest. There was a 22, 1906. I S-
time when a newspeper like the New 1
returned
Co.npany, Saturdayfrom a ,
JMr. 1''. A., Mitchell was among the business tri;> through South Florida. Yorw World, for instance was more of 1 I 1
, national. institution. Its circulation thing, made a great fortune and a | Cae-ar or Napvljoa toil .-eze the the world in wealth, and all
--
/ Belleview duzois! in Ocala! Monday.r : I
commanding position for himself. One I I reins of government with a strong
not only reached the densely populated
-4 :\11'. and Mrs Frank Reagan and that: can be obtained Ty wealth, we
Mr. about New York ''but magazine owner after the other joined hand or your republic will be as fearfully f
;>--' : and Mrs, I'. J. Kn'!ght.of Cry- ehi3rsn; : : returned home Saturday from districts was have now to prove that envy, flat
: ttil spread throughout the southern states in the outcry against the successful plundered and laid waste in the
J Slyer, spen Monday. 1 in, the city,i LakeVcIr.. where they spent a weekat hatred and '
",. ", ------....--.-- and penetrated into the far west. The American business man and the suc- twentieth century as tIle Roman Em- demagosism win not utterly '
their
"" cottage.
.: Mr E. .\, Pay!! was a business visifi -- New York.Tribue, too was national In cesful business .corporation; de- pire was in the fifth with this differ shatter the foundations. whlca.eiently .
f
tor to. Ocala Monday front the: city oiBellevlew. Mrs: Z. C. Chambliss returned home its interests and area of distribution.in nouncing many evils, no doubt "-but ence that the Huns and Vandals who ,. seemed so fair and secure.I .

>, Saturday from Lakeland, where she those days editors like Greeley and wickedly and wilfully: maintaining a ravaged the Roman Empire came from have tooo much confidence in AmerIcan ,

*. ; friends[ Bennett could stir the. whole country. conspiracy of silence regarding without and that your Huns and Vandals ; '
" --- has: teen the guest of for a people to believe that they will
week. Compared with these powerful Instrumentalities other sides of the question';-so that will have been engendered within

returniron: < --- monthly publications had today we find a large part of,the news- by your own country and your own not experience a revulsion ,of feeling

u: cots. at Macon. Ga. .The eleventh grade of the Ocala little Influence outside of ,certain cir- paper press and the magazines alliedin institutions/ N as /hIs attempt to'produce a printed r:

4-', ----- high school enjoyed' a very delightfulall cles of cultivated people. The maga- a fierce and indiscriminate warfare "I have left daily journalism, with reign of terror develops, or that they

:( Mr, Jas. C% Howell, spent Sunday, the American name against all its advantages and rewards, be- .
day picnic at Silver Springs Sat- zines were for the most part dull, abstract upon and will not recognize through every dis-
is;wi4h\ friends at Anthony returning urday. and dry when they were not the stability of social and business cause I want to protest through Pear- I
c I guise, the fakir and the fanatic be
home Monday, frivolously remote from the actual life lIfe which is necessary ti continued san's :Magazine against this mob-like :

, ---- prosperity and happiness. clamor against the American businessman hind these unvarying and in discriminate
: : Mrs. Clara Burnside went out to and thought of the nation.
". lIr. Albert A. Graham has'accepted
\ Kendrick Saturday to see ,her brother, "But a wonderful change has tak- i "God knows I have done my share and be able to tell the real truth attacks upon everything successful
fa' position.with .1ir. '1'. W Troxl r. Mr.
ii.: Mr. Will Chappell, who was badly hurt en place. The development of the tn attacking and exposing evils in this to the people without extinuation of in American iife-except flimsy
1\ Whiteside, who has been with (
'Mr in a runaway Friday night country was built up rich and po\ver- country I take back no word I have wrong, individual or corporate, with- newspapers and magazines and vote-
Troxler for time past will
return some erful newspapers east, west north and ever written against individual or out malice or private interest and: seeking .political Pharisees..
to the service.
< : express. Mr, Sol Benjamin, after spending a south, and in the center of the conti- corporate greed or dishonesty. But I above all, without the fear of Igno- "Pearson's Magazine wilt do its '

::tit1) Rev.' -- week In Ocala, looking after pis business nent. The circulation and the Influ- believe the time has come when somethIng rant prejudice or passion. I have no share In attacking wrong in high
Ji< l w. C. Lindsay and Mr': : E. K.
s LKrayhill interests here, left Saturday ence, of a.city newspaper Is met bythe should be said for ,the constructive vote to solicit-no theory to advocate, places and in low, but it will not sharein
went to Luraville Monday to
attend morning. for hIs! home in Atlanta. energies of powerful newspapers in forces that are making this people nothing to selL the madness which pulls down good
the session of the Presbytery.V .
?: .- .,.. ._._ _- I" other cities; soi that no one newspaper IncreasIng great among the nations of The owners of Pearson's Magazine and bad alike. We shall not coddle

?",'',Mrs.. Roosevelt and children have Mrs. C. N. KIrkland who has been however great its circulation the world. v I have no embarassing connections of the poor because they are poor nor attack -

"y f returned, to Washington after their- visiting friends and relatives at Lake covers much,territory In this large and "There can. be no doubt that manyof any kind and have agreed to let me the rich because they are rich;

:;:; 10 keek's; cruise In the "Mayflower" City and Jacksonville for several diversified country of ours. our business men and many of our write according to my'conscience, nor shall we assist in plunging the

[a dl\l.he waters of the gulf. Mrs., Roose- weeks, returned home Saturday af "In other words, the American news- orporation-in this period of com- without awe of- the rich and greator popular imagination into depths of mor-

fc-telt was much benefited by the trip. ternoon. paper has become practically a local mercial and industrial evolution fear of any mere mob spirit ort bid dejection at a time when In spiteof

1 -- institution. And, as we are in one when the energies of America have the other side. That Is why I have individual or corporate coruption.

:- "Information relative to trains on the Mrs. olitchell.: and little daughter sense, a federation of peoples with been organized. and developed on a left journalism after thirty years in" there is abundant reason for renew-

.,.East Coast Railway may be secured have returned to Belleview, after many climates, widely diversified industries scale that often surpasses the compass its service. I, believe that the Ameri- ed, taith'In the capacity, courage and

| from. the Ticket Agent or by writing spending a few. days with Ocala and sometimes conflicting of individual powers of direction can people have too much justice in I moral soundness of'the nation-"

f..to the undersigned J. D. Rahner, A. friends. economical interests, to say nothingof

f,,' G P. A.. St Augustine. Fla. differences in social temperamentand ...
r" I Mr and Mrs. D."W. Thompkins are local tradItion-with forty five Rev. R. H. Morris to Graduate From Two Industrious Youig Gardeners. Mr. Sam Davis, of Gainesville formerly -

: Judge W S. Bullock Mayor Richard now keeping house in the cottage on ; Princeton. of Dunndlon, one of the most
.: sovereign states independently work- Heron and Ben Todd, of this city,
i McConathy, Acting ,State's Attorney MaIn. street just next to the home of their prominent naval stores operators in
ing out systems of laws through for- are making mark as gardeners.
l: E.rW Davis and Mr. H. M. Hampton Mr.. T. H.. Johnson. have fine and this section has 'gone to Honduras on
t ty-five legislatures-the daily news- The senior class of the Princeton (N.J. They a spring garden
. f went down to Inverness Monday after- business1sIt..
a'
!/BOOQ to :Mrs. G. T. Maughs Is at home from peper[ however vast its organization .) Theological Seminary have issued sent this office a delightful mess of
i attend the term of the
,):circuit cou/t spring Americus, Georgia, and Jacksonville, however honest and brave and intelli- invitations to their graduating, exercises new Irish potatoes and string beans, Mr. Will Strobhar of Montgomery
with relatives gently edited cannot speak to the which so far as we know are the first
weeks the
: where she ,spent some on Tuesday morning May :
Ala., formerly of this city, has been
\ and friends. nation as a whole. The Influence of the eighth, at half past ten o'clock. of the season. Besides potatoes and
t -ors:; here for several days looking after
D. G. Edwards, who accompan-
beans these }young gentlemen have .tomatoes -
Is in this privincial. generally Robert
newspaper Rev. Hugh Morris formerly
ted L her interests connectedwith the
business
sister, Miss Boyd/of Alabama. .
.
and other
G. Bright of parochial In peas squash. corn
&3 far Mr. and Mrs. Thomas pastor of the Presbyterian church '
as Jacksonville estate of the late Mrs. C. P. MeGratb
| and spent several
Toronto, Canada, who have spent the "Driven back upon their own localities Ocala, is one ,of the honor graduates vegetables. and their, garden Is an extremely -
days with her daughter Mrs. T.Strlngfeliow .
_z winter in Ocala have returned to their by outside competition the daily from Princeton this year. As was stated pretty one. They expect to
: came home Monday compete for that big pumpkin for t
'f afternbonMrs. home. Mr. and Mrs. Bright are annual newspapers have been forced to build in this paper some days ago, Mr,
r which the 0, K. is offering a FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
visitors to our, city and are always up great circulations by adding to the Morris has been called to the pastorate grocery

.f" G. W, Herndon, of Washington cordially welcomed. former newspaper reading public a of one of the Presbyterian churches ten dollar prize. REMOVED In Ten Days.

I'it 'lvho spent the first part of the ,winter great body readers who could only In Philadelphia. This is a very Nadinola
Human'Blood .
" *,!?.Ocala with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mrs. Vincent :Moody came from Pad be, reached by sensational methods, splendid church and the call will in A tale of horror was Marks.told by marksof N

I I. W 'Hubbard, has 'returned to the: latka :Monday: afternoon, to spend sev- big headlines vulgar and Irrelevant Illustrations all probability be accepted by. Mr human 'blood'' in the home of J. The Complexion

".ettr. and Is again ,the guest of Mrs.8ubbare .' eral days .In Ocala with her mother- and a raving: ranting reckless Morris.Mr. W. Williams, a well known merchant, Beautifier is m- '
of Bac Ky.. he writes: "Twenty years
.. in-law, 'Mrs. E. P. 'Moody and her sis appeal to the always latent, spiritof Morris Ocala friends learn witk ago I bad several hemorrages of the ._. dorsal by tluwundj _" .= .,

!." -. ter-in-law .:Mrs. R F. Hyman :at the discontent of the masses who findIt a great deal of pleasure of the laurels lungs and Wag near death when I began -_ ,a of grateful ladies.ami" :

f = IiC. Hotel. From here )Irs, is so hard to live and are only too himself and taking Dr. King's New Discovery.,+ guaranteed to remove :"q,
.: ." 'Staley, who has for the Montezuma that he is winning for It completely cured me and I have
t all facial discoloration
!- lear.. betn' connected I with, the Moody will ga to Orlando to join her ready to blindly applaud attacks, Justor hope that success will continue to fol- remained well' ever since." It cures -
.: *and restore ike .
.
?f. Aboard and will make their unjust, upon the rich and powerful. hemorrages chronic coughs, settled
husband they him.
offices in this has been.Promoted lQw
city,
.J colds and bronchitis, and Is the only beauty of youtL Tie
,' to a position in the train home. In, that city, Mr.' Moody having "While the American newspaper has known cure for weak lungs. Every worst cases in twenty lay 50c. and $1.00at
"t':,.dispatcher's office in Jacksonville and recently' purchased a drug store at that Become local the American magazinehas Our low quarter White House shoes bottle guaranteed. Tydings & Co, all by mail
drug
"' .' 1 for Men and Women can't be beatenIn drugists. Price boa and $1.00 m leading 'lett'far. that city Sunday, beautiful little place. remained# national for' the reason Ocala. The. Fair. x :Trial>otle free. Pre_ I" p ms.\L TOILET C0., tab, Teat. ,


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icres was alternated, one.. row FLORIDA.: .
OUR
:: 'DOINGS OF -
-_! ;; ;" > COUNTY COMMISSIONERS',, :ipd one In pinders. The balance ol I D. Atkinson. -

f checked off across Notoriat Bonds ,asFollows: Under the present system of nominating I .
; :". .;,... .' the pinders were '1 -

______. : : .. :'Go ;f.Report of the Poor Farm-Diplotft' he: pinder rows 20 feet wide and each Carlos L. Harter w th John W. Luff- your public servants for office,

: :ma .Received and Put -on..Exh- roe pl Jted.In: corn. Nine acres willbt'l t man and Jasper ;Lesa-'ly' as Suritles; each of,: you have a right ,to sat who

; t bition. planted, jn yelyet beaus as soon. &i Robertsoii Ke >n' with Thomas .
Flossie- shall be your nominees. Bilious ?
v of the land Is com *
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t .. and John Gamble as Suri: for'the Individual .
North
; .i K, It being Impossible
been well fertilized -
:
pleted. The corn has ,
OfficiaL
: (. ) with Toomers Corn SpeciaL Th I ties. voter to know, personallY. each The only sure cure foi
FlaU: April 4, 1906..
_- : -t pcaIa., has"been better The Pension Application of Mrs;; himself far a
whole prepared and
_ _-: The Board of County .Commissioners' Land as a candidate who: .offers constipation Biliousness

. met# pursuant to-special notice on this and planted than any crop rais Emily P.Caey was approved. state office, the undersigned introduce; that is pleasant, natural -t
ed'o the farm in the past? and ai The matter of the reduction In assessment .f ,

the., date aforesaid. thorough cultlvatloian of the 17 and 29-100 acres, In himself to you through the medium of: p. and safe is

____ --. Present were Hon. -H. W. Long<< effort the for..more Intensified! system will be made section 20, township 17, range 24, from the press. ".Judges of the courts 'of

chairman N. A. Fort; J. L. Edwards, ha\'e' made It a practice
; be. never
__ ; 't granted after Florida
_
_ _Oats as a whole are good. There is'an $1,250 to $500 was r1

: and C.W1.. Turner Commissions abundance, of vegetables, with a ing recommended by Commissioner .to solicit votes by personal appeal RA1IWJ1LU :
absent. I railroad 'c mmls ion
: Pyles being: Members of the
; limited demand for the surplus. 1l s.The. .
Minutes of 'last meeting read and decide certain matters rAND TONIC PELLETS "
: In fertilizing about, one fourth of acre .Co mlttee heretofore appointedwith are judges. They t

_' approved. In .gardenlast Fall with sta. ferershrdlcmfwyvbgkqJzfiflfffBTU between the great corporation! liver to j J'
the
the stir
The Pills lazy
befon
I- ilr. Frank Lytle appeared stand of bats camiup with reference to Mr. Fore at the hospital and the pe;ple. It would be unfair,

.. the Board and asked the reducti: of: ble manure a.good referred to Commissioner therefore while others are attendingto action-the Tonic Pellets clean
and was left which is, in fun! as -

: .1 assessment-on.on 17 'and 29-100-acfes o:f bead and averages 6 feet high. Pyles and Dr. Hood and Dr.Newsomj; the duties they are paid to perform -all impurities out of the body, >

land lu section. 2(). township' 17. range reported to the ,' for another individual seeking
which matter was
"are. fed one bundle per
t '.'21;' from $1250,00 to $ O0OO. The matter day The as horses a change of feed. Our cook, board and recommended -> that the theposition to take advantage of this so that the liver and all the j

being in Captain Pile's district one-half of the regular' I live at.Lake City, Florida; I am a I
who: has been /with us over a year, county assume other organs act properly
-r action was deferred until CommiS'"sloner .. physicIans and to pay candidate! for railroad commissioner;;
was; an excellent woman, but in delicate fee for the t .' .
.i- Pyles oulq' be present. health 'finding lighter work at a board for the said Fore vhile in the I am Virginian by birth; entered th
matter of repairing the road ; of'
The when 12
: day.1The years
boarding house In Ocala, 'has accepted hospital! 'at one dollar per Confederate navy,
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r Oriping.'ttt1
from the corporate limits. of Dunne of the Peace and surrendered with the naval o
; Her In. t following Justices age,
: a :position there. place par .
,.lon to Rockwell was referred 'to Corn follows L Le- 'under Gen. Joseph C.- Johns No Purging
: forces
: has been supplied by an- Inmate of the reported no fines, as
z. : missioner Long :with. power 'to act M. N. C., in 1865; I.
s farm. A fine well developed mare col grand Hopkins, Alex. Wynne J, tonri: ; at Greensboro .
; Bid, from Mr. Keen was read to the
22
board. was folded :March 13th. Hogs and cattle Mathews H. W. Douglass. G. M. Rich- have, resided in Florida for over just i .natural and easy I jfe ,

are doing well ard. T. L. Johnson, C. J. Smith W:; rears; have been in the newspaper Trcat-r I ;
'c mmon-bCmc :
Mr. WilliairHocker
A letter received by .
: W. Jackson, M. II. Ron, M. M. Proc- business, all that time; have diligent I
of'the BOar Nelson White of Santos who left ori rent which never fails
Legal Advisor worked for the up I
and faithfully .

: of County Commissioners. :"-from Mr. HJ. returned leave of to absen the farm.in December has tor.And the following 'reported fines as ly building and development of the state I to cure. A.JJl '

Klutho with reference to an account -
the Andrew Stephens, who left "without follows.: County Judge Joseph, BelL during all these years, and my every' Special Offer. rffiCut

t of Mr., Kluth 's against M. Barks In the future 'vill be to thai /m
a leave of absence returned a few fines $210.00, costs $25.07; J. effort ft'r 'j3
.board, was read to the board In open hold Hie "LittleDoctor" out
: I
: A. ; -
6. position may
whatever
costs $8.58; end In
: 's'essIonnd after due deliberation or months ago and cheerfully, did such dale, fines $25.QO the rid mail to us, with the tAc1) ,_j1A: LV

light work ashe was able the first Bullock, fines $660.00 costs $72.50. im thoroughly acquainted! with i"une of your druggist and Iv'amayhaveaWeek'sTrt'at

-: 'motion, It was ordered that. this board nonth whom found in a grumbling The Tax: Collector reported Poll wants and needs of every: section of: )%7 f .

will stand by the opinion. given by Its Pills'and Pellets L a -.if
: iomplainlng mood. He was Informed taxes' collected! regular $822.00 Ex- Florida as my acquaintanceship and Ejent of the .
: .. i 'J
I Advisor.
I 'Legal into .withourcompliments.
has led at times every
travel me
003.38.
hat he 'at liberty abIde. by and
: was .
f -,: : Dr. E. Van Hood appeared Mrs. Cannon before submit to either of the following name Road fund receipts. $$3366.07 disbursements county: withIn: its borders; have twice Ramo 's Brownie Calendar-Free ,.j
the board and asked that :
$3366.04; balance, $.03. seen chosen to represent you in democratic information. Given with
alternatives To cheerfully 'Weather Forecasts and Almanac i ipurchase.cf
':' '. Farm. e to-.wlt: vitli year
to the Po
r'
be granted a permit
.. lo such work as he1 was able and Inthe County proper receipts $1455.82; national conventions; have been Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic -Pellets. \\

: .. The Board considered that the said balance $.22. with tile state senate in 1l
connected
; event of failure to submit tc disbursements, $1455.60; Drown Manufacturing Company. .

:: lady was a proper 'subject, and authorIzed leave thefarm. Fine and forfeiture, receIpts. $1088.89 .- Florida. inc. 18S7 most ot the time St. Loui- Mo. Green..vill-.Tenrv' -
wholesome "discipline, or
a permit to be granted for her SOLD TYDINGS & COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA.
-- ; disbursements, $397.4S; balance, is, secretary and can confidently refer at the Poor Farm.
acceptance -
of $689.41 as to my faithful attention to the
Herewith find financial statement
Fyles
,. Upon motion Commissioner und receipts $480.41; lutles imposed to member -
expenses for the past month. Special, road : upon me any

,,' and Fort were appointed a committee disbursements $480.40; balance '$.01. of the legislature during that time,
to visit Mr. Fore at the Hospital Mr. Respectfully,, ..s bmltted,. I 'Harnessfl
"' Vehicle
H. W. LONG Building fund receipts $4101.00 as well as to the records in the ar- The and -
baving"a few since been
days
( : -Fore .:.. fact that I
$4- state
Commissioner in .Charge. disbursements, -- -; balance, hives: of the .being a
shot and serigusly .wounded at Belle- ", >
::
.t? 101.00. these records have never been at.1 '.
view Florida, ; Upon motion it was ordered that the : Cor. Forsyth and Cedar St.
,
Information be given to citizens Total receipts, 16709.77; disbursements acked In the courts. i
following
-: The p UUon. of Aleck Fritz Newman JCKSOXVILLE, '. .. FLORIDA .
allhe
of the county who may wish to $10924.93; balance $5,794.84.Health Railroad commissions of nearly .
; and.Richard Griffin asking for a permit ,
states of the Union have, where
luallfy and vote at the ensuing primary -
td sell liquors wines and.beers in is Youth.

'. election district No. ONE, being in election: That the Tax Collec- ,..-- he powers given are judiciously exirclsed Dealers in Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Sur/e .j

: proper form was filed and the clerk ,tor will keep his books open for the Disease and sickness bring old age. proven of great benefit to the Road Carts,; Harness: Saddles, Lap Robes, Etc;L

reception of polltaxes from .April Herbine taken every morning before general public 'and there is no reason .

-.. I' "':directed T; J. Miller to: give appeared the required before notice.the, Oth. 1906, to May 5, 1906. The clerks breakfast health fit will you keep to ward'you off In robust di-- why Florida .should be an exception tohe '.AR6EST CONCERN IN THE STATE AND :LOWEST B@

outefects
has pointed
directed to give notice tthrou h the sease. It cures 'constipation, biliousness rule. Experience
: and requested the board to remit -
: board :
dYipensia. fever *kin, liver and in our railroad commission :

one-half ;of the required ,license apers. kidney complaints. It purifies the. .
The matter of road through aw that a're being remedied ,by the '
public
a blood and clears the complexion.Mrs.
: for himself. as hack-man. on' account he Ocklawaha'. Fruit Company' property D. ,, Smith, of Whitney, Tex., legislature at each session and by I I L A N"DB _'i.i;5 5If
'of his 111 health and loss of one arm., writes April 3, 1902: "I have used II .
I his within a few we
process years
"
After consideration by the board the i was discussed pro. and con by Herbine and find it ,the best medicinefor I I i
[essrs. W. J. Crosby and D. H. IrvIne constipation and liver complaint vill doubtless have a iaw that will be you have.lands you wish to sell, lease or rent;;

request was granted. [t does all you claim for it. all that it should 'be in the Interest ofthe '
CoL J. 3!. Margin: appeared before ; after which the matter was'd I can highly recommend It.' 50c. or} if you want! to'QUY lands for farming, grazing,

erred until the next regular meeting Sold alldruggists m people. -
the Board: and requested reduction on by turpentining or lumber purposes, )1
'
... of the Board. I am confident of, ,my ability to-fill .
of S. J. Green> Addition .
Lot ONE. !
Mr. Wartmann appeared before the Board of Control Meets. the. office acceptably and efficiently,' Write to 1.-
; Ocala. The Board granted the request ,
ind' pledge myself If nominated and i
board to -
board and requested' exempt ,
and'recommended to the Comp- I

.-- troll r that the clerk be authorlbed to taxes on Block Five Town of The Board of Control concluded itsmeeting afterwards. elected. to administer. the 1 I BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CQJ;

... Citra., Harris' plat. I -' at Lake City and met .here. lutfes of the office fairly and fmparially. -
allow redemptbn'upon! the faci-

value of Jhe 5100.00 without Interest The said property being owned by Tuesday. t. OCALA, FLORIDA.CAPITAL )

; that the Citra Improvement Society the The board re-elected Dr. Andrew: The ,state of Florida has wonderful) .
motion ordered
U was ,
Upon t
request was granted. Sledd president! and a part of the, ossibllities before it. and In my humble I -- .
.Col.. R. F- lingers be allowed cross
Thereupon the board adjourned to present faculty 'of the University forth opinion no agency can be such a t r- 11 .
the publld road in. district No. 4, with ,
,neet tomorrow.morning." coming year.Mr. potent factor In its development as the I, .
,
'a tram going -to Connor upon the ex .
:: April 5, 190C.- A. A. Murphree was re.electedpreshlent railroad commission. For this reason $50,000.00 1
.
press condition that the" said Rogers
The board re-convened. Full board of the Female' College and he voter should weigh carefully the
In and maintain a good and sufficient .
put .
of this was aims of who offers for the _
public trossjns.! at each place. oelng presentThe the entire faculty college every one President T. T. Munroe. '

4 of difference between the re-elected. >lace. This announcement is a direct '
matter
It.was upon motion. .ordered thai a Vice-President, Z.. 0. Chambliss.fcashier ;j
Poor Farm and Mr. Chappell having Nathan B. Young was reelectedprincipal personal appeal to you Individually. -
.
permit' be granted Nelson: Ellis to the J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL t ',:j
been settled through Mr. Long the of the colored Normal and Two members of the board are to 'be -,''"
Poor ,
Farm. Chairman; the action of the said will l name his assistants. selected'. I want to be one of them.! I ,. L-:' '.
'',',
!Doise Williams a" pauper having '. "
fc V Chairman was. ratified by the board. The State :Board of Education and want your 'vote and support. Should .--
died. was stricken from the pauper
; The bpa'rd, upon motion fixed the the Board of Control met In joint session }rou choose me I promise that you

., list. ner-ilienv of the" district. registration. in the" afternoon. hall never-have cause to regret It; I NATIONAL BANK 1I.
I Commissioner Long read his report I ,
.' officers at $%.00 per day, and five cents i Architect Edwards appeared before I believe .my large acquaintanceship .'<
of the Poor Farm, which was adopted I.
: per mile each way for receiving ansi the board last night to submit plans in Marion county, to whom I -refer I {
and ordered published; which report OF OCALA, ...
for the 'ExperlmentStation. r-ou/will vouch for fitness for the
returning the registration books., for some buildings my
I.
: Is as'follows, : 0 11 ,
The said district Registration Officers ffice ;
Report of Poor .Farm for March, 1906.,,
tQ keep their of* All the members of the Board were As any loyal democrat would do, I '
requested
.: Superintendent ...,... :..,.,..$35.00 are I DIRECTORS.j :
flees the days of April present except :Mr. Balsden who was, >Ledge"myself to abide by the 'result ofhe '
Hired Help 'U: .. ... ..' ...:....... 17.93 I open during ':
., ,7th. April 14th, April 21st and April taken sick at Lake City and'stopped primary and, will support the nom- '"t ... '< .>'.-.::" 'I
.... ,;.,.... 5.50, '. S. Hall
Washing and Ironing I II : t -- ; : : j; K, Christian R.
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i 28th off at Live Oak his home.-Tallahassee nee thereof at the regular elecMon. } ;" ...
': Cooking.... .. ..... .. ... .... .8.00 I only. -- Geo. Mackay, p. T. Munro* 4:
Three dollars were appropriated to Capital. Very respectfully, .I C. Ch am bll l
r Z.
: H. A. Fprd
be used by Mr. N. A. Fort for a Pau T. J. APPLEYARD.Lake '.

:;i $65.45 Is the Moon! Inhabitated? City Fla., April 9, 1906 <

: Marlon Hardware Co. ... ... ...etaoin per. -
.. T\ie board fixed the hour of ten Science 'has proven that the moon I ---T: !

: /clock A.: M., on Friday, April 6th A. has an atmosphere which makes life Ballard's Horehound Syrup. -
:Marlon Hardware. ... .. .....$ 1.05 In some form possible on that satellite .

: Rheinauer & Co. .;, .*'..;., ... 8.95 O., 1906 for the joint session with the ; but not for human beings who Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy
Citizens Committee with reference to have a hard enough time on this earthof cough: oppressed ratling rasping and I
T. W.: Smith & Co.. ..... ;.oou :2.95 ours; especially those who do not difficult breathing. Henry C. Stearns, H. ROBINSON. Pres.
Marfl
the construction bf house.
Martin .and Cam ..'. ?.... .... 3.00 a court know that Electric Bitters cure headache druggist, Shullsburg. Wis., writes I S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, Asst. ;j
The board of county commissioners biliousness- malaria., chills and May 20th 1902: "I have been sellingallard's GEO. J. BLITCH Teller. :!
.... 1.75 ,
A. G., Gates .. .; ., fever. jaundice dyspepsia dizziness Horehound
two
Syrup for
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received the of the
from
H. B. Masters ;... .. '.,..'... ..' 1.70, president tdrpid liver kidney compliants gen- years, and have never had iii prepara- j

I Ocala Ice and Fuel Cot,- :.. ...... 3.46 Florida 'S'tqte Midwinter Fair Association Unequalled as ageneral tonic and appetizer tion that has given better satisfac- -
.t-; diplomas as follows:- : for weak persons and especially tion. I notice that when I sell a bottle The Stronghold the
Mrs. L, P. Olin ..<., ,.Y .... ...,. 11.53 for aged. It Induces sound they come back for more. I can .

I 'Dr.'KIddCo.. ...u. ... .,,.... .. 5.00 For the county making the largest sleep. Fully guaranteed by Tydings honestly recommend it." 25c 50c and .
and best exhibit of livestock and.having & Co., druggists. Price only 50c. m $1.00. Sold by all druggists. m
: Tydtngs & Co., '.. ,, .,,;...,. .*.. '3.85

.Dr.: W., H. Power ,, ..,'.. ...; ." 1.00 the largest number. of entries In Florida Bankers. : Here's another candidate who tells COMMERCIAL BANKf-
: I '
the different classes; I
-' Dan Brown ... .. ,.. ,. .. ....... LOU thdpeople In positive language that he
For the county making the largest
W. C, Chappell ..:;.;::', io.oo The Florida, Bankers will assemble wants the job, who scorns the formula -

-"n By credit Cassava ed. 3.00 and best display of home-made J lard, for their third annual convention at of announcement and comes straightto p OCALA, FLfl. -

ham and. bacon; the Hotel Continental, Atlantic Beach,
the front. L. S.
::------ Light of Marion

"-. ,$ 7.06 1-.00 For 'the county making the largest on June 9th. These conventions have says: "I am a candidate for representative -

and best display of native wood; become festive. occasions, eagerly. anticipated and I want the job. I'll abide Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi-j

'H For the county making: the largest .
by members and captains of
$52:24 by the rules of the coming primaries J A
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: "
,.. and best general display of Citrus finance all overthe State. This convention ,- I and I promise If nominated not to denced by its Large and IncreasingBusiness
:
.' $ 5.24 Fruits Agricultural Products Vegetables will under' the same able directors amaze the world by statesmanship.,

;. Cereals- Horticultural Cotton, Messrs. Thomas P. Denham, of nor be the biggest fool in Tallahassee. -

; ." '" the Atlantic National Bank and Arthur ** -

:
,, 118.69By Tobacco, Preserve products Minerals, am coming loaded; and, candidates

,, produce sold for cash ..1,, 4.75 F. Perry, of the Florida ,Bank positively no infringement on my campaign -
Forestry, Live Stock and Poultry
;
-. '. and Trust Company doubtless rival thunder. Patent applied for."
For the making the
county largest
'. Total .....,,t... ..,.. ....J113.94 the success of the last two years. Mr. Now that rings with sincerity as loudly .- -= -.
and best display of Agricultural pro- Edward 1%. Lane the able .
presidentof V1
if credit-Will Chappell on hogs 2.50 C.
: By ducts as a trumpet. It's refreshing. E. C; Smith. ,

--..;. ; the Florida Bankers and Mr.' ,Geo. Times-Union.

111.44 For the county' making the largest R. DeSaussure, secretary and treasurer SMITH & ROBERTS.
v
and best display of Mineral products;
t To the Board -ol County,Commissioners will always contribute greatly to A Dandy for Burns. w 1-
Which
Diplomas were ordered by
the pleasure of the occasion.-.St. Augustine and
of Marion County, Florida: Directors Licensed Embolners
era the Board trained- and hung the Funeral
upon Record. Dr. Bergin. Pana 111.,, writes: "I

j- GenUemen-. walls of the County Clerk's office. have used Ballard's Snow Liniment ,

I visited the Poor "Farm March 31st The following bonds to firearms and Always recommend to my LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS WORK GUARA
,
: carry Cures Coughs and Colds. aJ1f
friends, and I am confident there is no
I and found the Inmates"in usual,health. '. ere approved and 'licenses ordered '- better mad It is a dandy for Ttiegrapb orders receive prompt attention, and embabnin'g done ;

; : All C rops, ,"'except the velvet. beans'has issued:, Mrs. C. Peterson, 625, Lake' St Topeka burns., Those who live on farms are on short notice. 1
KarL.
: "Of all
says cough remedies especially liable to many accidental
/:- been neatly planted with' prospects of James,W. Roberts, ; S. .H, Christian, Bollard's Horehound Syrup cuts and burns bruises, which heal

a."good'stand which consists:of {02 CK, M. dark W.. C..Zimmerman Albert is my favorite. It has done and will rauldly when Ballard's Snow Lin-,

J : 9.;acres 9f:plnders,'.2-ofaiava L. TerryivJesse G. Ira. do all that is-claimed for it-to speed ment. is used. It should always be OCALA FURNITURE OMPANY r ;
acre* ,Of com' -" SJUrllDr Henry, ily' coure all coughs,and colds 'and it kept in the house for cases of emer-

; h'I -:-.: .. and.ene.. In' :i '103 F. M,. Harp Huge Russell;. Oliver S. Is[ so sweet and pleasant to take. For gency.? '25c ,,80c and $1.00, Sold .
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I'': .'SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS, Death of Mr. Seymour.Mr. ., FEAST OF. PASSOVER. Approaching Marriages.' Death of Mrs. Mary Snyder. County Treasurer's Report of School

-' Funds.
Local Editor.
l>;.: S. J. Seymour died at his homein This Festival Is Being Appropriately Haile-Graham. A telegram was received !n this city -
'
r Mr and Mrs. John Madison Graham
:.=- this city S':1I1day'mornIng: about Observed In Ocala. Tuesday morning announcing the Balance from last report.....$ 5 43

i TOWN have isued invitations to the marriage death :Mrs. occurred Reed from Comptroller land : f if.1
J-jIPPBlIRGS; ABOUT eleven o'clock after a brief illness. Passover ot Mary Snyder which <
The festival of Pesach or .of their daughter Maude to Mr. Evans ,in Louisville, Ky, ,the same redemptions ....:.. ........ 434 'ii : :
About
three
i< weeks before his began at sundown Monday evening Haile: The weding will be solemnized morning at four o'clock. Recd. fromW. D. Carn, sale of "'

Ji- .!Ut'I J-'J- TIP0013 now a ,member'. of death Mr. Seymour stepped on a naiL : and will continue for seven days. it on Wednesday April 18th at Mrs. Snyder.had been sick for some old Buck Pond school house' 10 00 .

: tie-ills" policeforce. He put something on the wound, which I commemorates the going forth of Israel i noon In Holy Trinity church Gainesville weeks In a hospital In Louisville and Reed from W. D. Carn insur-
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has returned healed almost immediately, and he I Fla. the news of her death was not unex- ance paid by W. O. W. at
Hazel Campbell form the bondage of Egyptaln '
""' hiss thought no more about it. 'But several Mr. Halle Is one of Gainesville'smost pected by her relatives and friends Martel .......... ...:...... 7 87
friend Miss
'some from a' visit t6 her servitude, under the leadreship of Mo
: influential citizens and Is well .
days before he died alarming symp I Reed. from E. L. Carney tax .

' }{.c.Laln.* at,Can er. *. toms developed. Several physicians ses. Aa such Its great lesson is "Free- known all over the state. He Is a brother -' here.Mrs.. Snyder first come to Ocala in of 1905 ......... .......... 5329 91

were summoned at once and on Fridayit .dom." This festival stands unique in of Mr. Walter K. Haile, of Jack- 1883 and while making Investments Reed from E. 1..Carney. polls -
Ward. Jr.. of Floral City .
Mr J. 'W. Martel was ascertained that lock jaw had history as the first declaration of In- sonville. Miss Graha.nis a popular here did not make this her home, but of 1905 ....... ... .......... 921 00 -
of
Clark, were
! and'air D.' visitors A. yesterday. set in and everything possible was dependence. A slave people became a.. young lady of Gainesville a member! was a frequent and always .a welcome Total receipts, ..........'..$6709 19

among our done for the suffering man but it was race of freemen. of one of the'most distinguished fam- !I visitor. Disbursed during March..... 6705 81 ', T

I ': Mr- Faunce McCully,,' o t Jackson- impossible to save his life. In the haste of their flight from lies of that place. Her marriage to I The deceased was a sister of Judge Balance on hand .. ... ..... 1003 33

!?. vine; formerly of this city. Is spending Mr.. Seymour was a brother of Mr. Egypt the Isralites carried with them Mr. Haile will be a prominent society I! Richard JlcConathy, mayor: of Ocala, The treasurer's report for special
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'; few days with his friends here. B. H. Seymour, a' prominent.citizen of their uncooked dough, which was later event. : and was first known here as Mrs. Ba- school districts was approved as fellows -
a baked by the heat of the of which '
sun -
this He I : -
city. was a native of Georgia con and afterwards married Mr. -

; gyp J. P. Hilburn of Live Oak, formerly and came to Ocala two years ago the Matzoes, unleavened bread is the Pearlstin-Harrison. I Thornton Snyder of Sacramento, CaL1where Ocala-Receipts. $916.98; disbursed.
and such is substituted for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harrison have I .
Christmas. symbol as $106.33: balance, $810.65.
of this city came down Wednesday He was employed by they resided until the death of
Mclver & the usual leavened bread in the Jew- sent out invitations to the marriageof I Mr. :Mclntosh-Receipts, $300.40; disbursed -
afternoon for a short visit here. MacKay as a carpenter and Snyder. Mrs. Snyder then returned

i was held In high esteem. He is survived ish homes during the observance of their daughter Sara; to Mr. Hy- to Louisville, her girlhood home $20; balance $280.40. -

'Conductor'Will Sage. of Port Tam- by five small children and to this festival. man R. Pearlstin the wedding to occur and had her apartments at the Galt Belleview-Receipts, $307.29; disbursed -

dty spent Wednesday In Ocala, the i!them and his brother, this paper extends -- on Tuesday afternoon, April the House. $62.05; balance $245.29. .
pa Distinguised Educators in the City. I
guest of his brother Mr. C. K. Saga I Its sympathy. -twenty-sixth, at five o'clock in the I Mrs. Snyder was a woman of beau- Fantville, -Receipts, $28.01; disbursed -

and.family. I The funeral services were held at Temple Ahawath Chesed. Jacksonville, tiful character and most amiable and $10; balance $18.01.DunnelionReceipt. .
'
From Tuesday's Daily.
ten o'clock Monday morning from the Florida. estimable qualities. She was a 'very ..., $72.91; dis. Y

,' Mrs. Howell M. Hampton. went downto I residence of .the deceased and were Some of Florida's most distinguished Mr. and Mrs. Harrison will give sincere and devoted Christian and burled: 0; balance $72.91.
educators will be in the city to-
Arcadia yesterday afternoon for a in charge of Messrs. Smith & Rob- a large reception after the ceremonyat was active In church work; was a Reddick-Receipts, $233.84: disbursed -
day. Among others there will be the
E short' visit with her parents, and oth- I ertl Rev. L. W. Moore, of the Methodist their home 747 Charles street. generous contributor to the buildingof $38; balance $195.84.

i church following: x Mr. Harrison is a well known attorney Pine Level-Receipts, $12L24; dis-
: relatives. of which Mr. Seymour the Methodist church In this city
er 'w. M. of state
Holliday Tallahassee
i was a member, officiated at the funeraL and before moving to Jacksonville and her death will be severely lamented bursed, 0; balance, $121.24. .
superintendent of public instruction;
Judge Young, CoL T. P. Lloyd and The interment was in the old was a prominent citizen of Lake by her friends wherever she was Mayville-Receipts, ,55.14 disbursed -

Mr. If. V, B. Van Ness, of Inverness, I cemetery. The following gentlemen Capt. A. M. C. Russell of Brooksville, City. The wedding of his daughter known. $5; balance $50.14. .

city on professional the president of the state eductional association will be one of the largest society Mrs. Welrsdale-Receipts, $237.17 disbursed -
were, In the yesterday were pall bearers viz: Messrs. McConathy left Tuesday for

business. )McConn, T, }f. Moore, B. J. Potter, L. ; Miss Clem Hampton, of events of the season among the Jewish Louisville, and Judge McConathy who $5; balance $232.17.
Tallahassee, connected with state edu- *
'---- N. Green. J. L. Smoak and G. L. Taylor society people dn the metropolis. was absent at Inverness on legal busi- Citra-Receipts, $284.04; disbursed,
cation and also with the national edu-
Mr.., Jako Brown is back from I ness, joined her Wednesday it was $30; balance $254.04. ,
cational association; Mr. Robt, Ray
:"' Gainesville where he has been attending Vincent Wilson. impossible to reach him Tuesday. Griner Farm-Receipts, $274.87; disbursed -

,", the Lodge of the Knights of Py. In Compliment to Miss Miller. I.of 'Plant City chairman of the state The Savannah Morning News of There are some who perform their, 0; balance, $274.87.

taias. He had a mighty good time. executive committee educational Sunday contained the announcementof deeds of love and charity so noiselessly "Buck Pond-Receipts, $47.95; disbursed -

: -- Miss Claudia Miller Orlando, who association; Mr. J. A. Ormond the approaching marriage of Mr. T. that the world fails to appreciatethem $25;. balance, $22.95. .

r: Mr:, F. G. Sampson, owner of the spent Tuesday in Ocala, a member of of Fort Myers, chairman of the Marion Vincent of that city to Miss as they deserve until they ai4 Sparr-Receipts, $60.10; disbursed

\ famous Sampson orange grove at I the committee who were here to make constitutional committee of the edu- Bessie Wilson of Inverness, Florida taken away and are gone. Mrs.. Sny- $9.40; balance $50.70.CandlerReceIpts. .

Boardman after spending several days I I arrangements for the next annual cational association; Mr. R. E. Hall on Thursday the twenty-sixth of April. der was one of these. In the world to $98.54; disbursed
superintendent of schools of Dade
;,fin Ocala on business. returned home convention of the State's Educators, come the unselfish shall be crownedand $20; balance, $78.54.
'was the. guest of honor at a drive county; Mr. H. G. Kendall principal Swain-Weirman.r the shall Fellowship-Rec, $116.28; dis
|V; yesterday. lowly be exalted; those !
of the school at Newberry; Mr. J. E.
Tuesday afternoon given by some of who have given their lives to worksof bursed, 0; balance, $116.28. ,
Mr. and Mrs. )[. Carter of Whites- of Wood superintendent of schools for At high noon Tuesday 'April the
the faculty the Ocala High School love in the vineyard of the Master Electra-Receipts. $35.32; disbursed
k Suwa'nnee county; 311". R. L. Turner, third the mariage of :Miss Mary J. -
N. C. are on their weddingp .
who Miss Miller
..Vine. taught for several yearsin shall receive their reward.. 0; balance ,$35.32. a
will'spend several days in Ocala the In of Citrus county; :Miss Claudia :Miller Weirman and Mr. Earle H. Swain was -
school this city and was a i Blitchton-Receipts. $104.33; dIs- .
of' Orlando and :Miss S. Nelson and solemnized at the bride's home in the ,
Wltb their relatives Mr. and Mrs. W. .
general favorite with all. The driving I To The Trustees Of bursed $35; balance $69.33. ,
:Mr. of Lake Colonial East Adams street. The
Cauthorn City. on ,
T. Pole and family. party included Miss Claudia Miller, i -
k Reddick. Methodist Church. Martel-Receipts, $107.71; disburse
->, These eminent educators are hereto i wedding was a very quiet affair owing
Miss
Cora Griffin Miss Margaret Taylor -
I Gentlemen:- ed, $5; balance, $102.71.
:-, Mr. and Mrs. R. Knight and baby arrange for the next state educational to the recent death of Mrs. Neely, Miss
Miss Georgia Borger, Miss Sarah Don't allow your church to pay 8 Fort King!,Receipts, $28.10; disbursed
passed through Ocala Wednesday afternoon' l meeting and for other purposes Wierman's aunt with whom she re- '
Miss Nellie Mr. ;
McCreery, Stevens cents per pound for wood. $15; balance, $13.10.CapuletReceipt's .
r on their way to their home at 'connected with school work. sided. About thirty members of the
and J. H. Work
Emmett .Cowden Mr' i $8.43adisbursed
,
If they buy 100 pounds of White ,
Crystal River from Tampa, where immediate families of both were pres-
man. They started at half past four Something That Ought Not to Be. Lead in kegs they get 88 pounds of $5; balance $3.43.
had spent several days.
|.v they o'clock and drove out Jhe Shady Grove ent.The White Lead and 12 pounds of wood; Linadale-Receipts 17.51; disbursed -
impressive ring'service
-- Episcopalian
.After spending a few days in the road beyond the beautiful Palmetto We saw a most pitiful and touching was performed. Rev. Fred but when they buy L. & M. Paint they 0; balance $17.51. M

Interests Farms: This is a very lovely drive full of paint that won't : Cotton Plant-Receipts, $87.38 disbursed
dty looking after business sight on our streets the other morning.We Thornberg of Farmland officiating. get a gallon ;,-
returned to and the young people had a very de- off for 10 15 because 0; balance $ 7.38.
: Mr. Will Strobhar has saw a little white boy, wearing Miss Pauline Houston of Paris, Ill., wear or years,

>his home at Montgomery, Ala. Mr. lightful time returning home at half knee breeches with hand cuffs on his cousin of the bride, attended as L. & M. Zinc hardens L. ,& M. White Orange Lake-Receipts, $30.52; dIsbursed f .'

'Strobhar'a sisters and brother are past six o'clock. wrists chained to other criminalsand Lead and makes L. & :M. Paint wear 0; balance, $30.52.' ,
maid-of-honor; Mr. Edwin Ol: Swain '
Miss Miller was entertained at tea like iron. Oak Hill-Receipts, $68.81 disbursed -
now ;
:- ,making ,their home with him. being thus conveyed to the con- brother of the acted as best
groom
by Miss! Stevens and returned to Or- vict camps. The child's name was Al- I and Elizabeth Sampson 4 gallons L. & M. mixed with 3 0; balance, $68.81.
was
I }lr, M. Q. Brown arrived: in Ocala lando Wednesday morning. vin Haughton and we learn was con- I man carrier of the pillow. Lohengrin'swedding gallons Linseed Oil will paint a mod- Moss Bluff-Receipts,. $12.52; disbursed -
: '
| Wednesday afternoon from JeffersonCity'Tennessee. \ Ralton's'court erate sized house. $10; balance, |2.52j "
victed of larceny in Judge
Hon. J. G. Baskin.Hon. march was pleyed 'by Miss
''- Mr. Brown is an .ex s at Palatka and sentenced to Actual cost L. & M. about $1.20 per Fairfield-Receipts, $132.61; disbursed -
Helen Garner preceding the cere-
perienced undertaker and embalmerand gallon. $22.35 balance, $109.36. ,
J. G. Baskins announces for serve_ sixty days in our convict camps. money.At ,
will have charge of the undertaking -- C. S. Andrews, Ex-Mayor Danbury Cottage Hill Receipts, $33.81; disbursed -
This child's place is in the reformatory .
State Senator for the Twentieth district 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon, -I
department of the Messrs. Mc- Conn.. $5; balance; $28.81. ,.
and not in convict with
composed of Marion and Sumter a camp Mr. and Mrs. Swain left for a month's
,Jrer and MacKay's establishment: and hardened criminals. Writes "Painted my house 19 years Levon-Receipts, $32.95; disbursed
counties. We have favored a man professional trip through the south. They will
attention ago with L. & M. Looks well today" 0; balance. $32.95.
.- }fr. and Mrs. William Shoemaker from Sumter county for this position We call Governor Broward's spend several days at the groom's
Sold by Mclver &, MacKay, Ocala, Pedro-Receipts, $34.60; disbursed,
.ind little daughters. Dorothy Gage. feeling that under the first agreement to this case and all cases like It. sisters, Mesdames Halton, Braiden-

': and Harriet of Columbus Ohio and Sumter was entitled to this but in all The state has a reformatory: and a becker and Smith of Sarasota, Fla., Fla. 0; balance $34.60. i

: little Miss Sumter county man will place for children 'of this age is in it miles south of Totals:-Receipts, $3889.36; disbusred -
Irma Powers, of Jackson- probability no fifty Tampa. .. -People frequently inquire of the ,
$429.03; balance $3460.33.W. -
Title arrived af- and in that Dr. Baskin and such pitiful scenes as a child of The well
in Ocala Wednesday offer case contracting parties are editor where we received our Infor- D: CARN Secretary -
te the candidate having such tender years as the one we men- known in Muncie. Mr. Swain is tel- i
? noon and are the guests of their would be logical mation concerning such and such a

''brother and sister-in-law Dr. and served half a session as the succes- tioned with hand cuffs on and chained ler In the Union National bank.- person, also who wrpte this article or A Tampa young woman has put her

,-,-:Mrs.''Wi H. Powers. sor of c M. Brown.'ho vacated the to a gang of hardened criminals should Muncie (Ind.,) Press. that. 'To impart information along foot down fiat and hard that her
not be allowed in the state of Flor
Dr.
office by'moving his residence. this line is against the rules of a young man shall not be considered as
Mrs and. Mrs Alfred Ayer and Miss to display ida. Hon. C. L Sistrunk for State Attor '
; Baskin had no opportunity newspaper office and our friends and having stayed late when he leaves

,TMna'Ayer. who have spent the. past his ability as a Senator last session ney.
home from
For Commissioner.Mr. patrons will please bear this in mind the house before pa gets
:few, months at their winter home atlldntosb. County -
I and he was not seated till the session Hon. Carlos Sistrunk of Ocala was and not annoy us with inquiries: the lodge.-Tampa Tribune.
: returned to Ocala Wednes-
was half over and it would have been I
'?'! jr afternoon. Mr. Clifford Ayer willcontinue too late to commence legislation with X* A. Fort hasmade a splendid at Dade City yesterday and made an

to McIn- [ record as a member of the board of j appreciated call upon the editor. Mr.
make his home at
much hope of success. He did how-
.,tesli county commissioners from his district '- j Sistrunk was one of the ablest and
to look
after the fine orange grove have time to make many friends
['.and other property there. ever among the members of both branchesand ,. is "a* candidate for 'renomina- i most brilliant members of the legisla- Ocala House Wine hoo )s. 7.
ition. ture of 190:;. He administered the
the district in him will have a
:' After reading this issue send it to | Mr. Fort has lived all his life across trust committed to his keeping with .
of Influence and high
>j Tour friend In the distance: or better representative !the Ocklawahi river, hence is eminently prudent care, patriotically and con- TRY OUR
standing.-Sumterville Times. .
;let, call at the office and send it to qualified to represent that section scientiously. No corrupt job no vicious -

Jour friend or relative for six months Tally.Ho Party., |: because he has a personal knowledge no unjust legislation ever received -

's''ors year, tar you can expect just i of their wants.Alexander countenance from him. A OLD ((1LLEGHAHY .y

I SUCh & paper as this for fifty-two Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. B. Pope England's chasest cracker boy himself, his life comes as .

; weeks during the next year. Throw in H. Mote gave a delightful *tally-ho poet said that an "honest man is the an inspiration to every Cracker boy \ .

|your mite towards'placing our city and party and chafing dish supper in hon- i noblest work of God. Mr. Fort comes in the state, possessed as he was of

county where they belong upon themap. or of their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- under this d 'tinltlon. He can' neither high yearning, yet confronted wish PURE RYE.

; :: The Ocala Banner 'will do its Dougal and Miss Harsbrough of Ken- i,be swerved to the right nor to the left difficulties and tells him not to des

.yet, you do yours. tucky. He sees duty straight ahead and goes pair but to build up high the pedestal : ;.

lr -- .,- Enjoying the pleasant( occasion were: toward it in an undeviating line. The of his ambition. It proclaims how a ; '
Put 4 full Qts
'4 _Mr: Emil Van Espen, a member of Mr. and :Mrs. E. IL Mote )lr. and record that he has made on the boardof legislator can and should close his c !Jp -

;,0w Central Phosphate. company who :Mrs. :McDougal :Mr. and :Mrs. c. P. county commissioners will bear the ears to the ,seductions of a rich few i,: '

b and for this but can and, should listen to the heartbeat : in Cartoons
Ten-here t I Lovell Mr and Mrs E. A. Croover, closest scrutiny reason f" Fancy ;; :: ." ,

South Carolina arrived Jn :Miss Hansbrough, Miss Venable, :Miss his constituents demand his return. i of tonIng and struggling humanity .

Tuesday afternoon direct from Fletcher, Miss Loufse Fletcher Miss Mr. Sistrunk is a candidate for ;:' Delivered at our- :

s., He was only ten days in makr Grace :Mann Dr. Robinson, :Mr Fred I A Pleasant Fishing Party. the office of State's Attorney of the ..' ; .
"
', tag trip from Paris' to Ocala. }Ir,. T. Barnett, Mr. Billlngsly Dr. JamesD 5th Judicial circuit. Brainy, thor- ':::-:>:.-: -

., Espen Is here for several weeks Love ,and Mr. Thomas Jordon. A pleasant fishing party was oughly versed in the law, conscien- Express OfficeRegular '::
,
after his .Interests in this secWends arranged for today on the sequestered tious aggressive and honorable -he

A Delightful 1 Affair. banks of the Ocklawaha river near will prove to be an-ideal State's At- :

ti. : .. .. -, Sharpe's landing. torney. The editor fn common with < :: $3.20.t .

;-lnS' throughout the countyregret Miss Dorian Ellis informally enter- Those comprising the party were )lr. every member' who had the pleasureof ; For

u_. to, learn that Hon M. L. tained a number,, of her young friends and Mrs. W. S. Durst Mr. and Mrs..] serving with him, hopes Jo see him .

*i o?' Fairfield declines' the al- at the home-'of her parents. Mr. and I R. .T. Johnson, Mrs. H. M. Hampton. 'elected by an overwhelming majority -

.C. unanimous Friday evening. The Miss, Hattie Carlton. :Mrs. E. Erwin to position that he will adorn for
call of his neighbors Mrs. T. B. Ellis .. a $1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write

:: -Mme. a .candidate for the- legis- occasion was passed in a manner .apt I Mr. Troy Herring.. Mr. Baxter Cam and whose duties he will perform for .

.ure:and. Declines to run for'any of- t propriate and during the evening delicious and Mr. B. R. Stripling. the'public good.-Dade' City Democrat Complete Price list

!"':e. ,n k-to'fce; 'regretted. Mr. Payne I refreshments were served. The | The party took an early start ,

Rlou14 rake: an Influential'and useful occasion was made all the more pleasant and spent. the entire ,day fishingIn =

fey .;, He U courageous and.at. by the presence of :Mrs.tC. A. [ this picturesque and romantic :: Maxim, Gorky, the Russian novelist' Ocala House Wine Rooms. '
1 It without saying that, arrived In New York Tuesday for an
."r>, me* :-r.hen, ;most. .legislators are Marks,. nee Miss! Allie, Ellis and, Miss stream. goes I .
U thegoof had a lovely time. i indefinite stay .He was met by.a large ,
toi Gainesville people .
...., saytheir soul's their-own.' he Agnes Arnold of Ocala.. -- ; I ,- .
,1*'* to' ,!deputation of his fellow Russians.
:'r i'.j V 4 neat good' In that body.. Su -, time 1 OCALA, FLORIDA.

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: -A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. The Passing of Woman :
JOKES.
: CLERICAL
; r THE PREACHER. *
: EARLY PRIMARY
THE OCALAFRANK BAS N E F THE .- 1.by
"AN OUTRAGE.We Rev. Young J. Allen spent a part of "A'woman \vit'h7aIst Is noti

-" There Is no class so. closely watchedby The Drew Theological Seminary more and .
any no =
the woman
In this city
Friday and Saturday WiUi.bit
:3 HARRIS, Editor. reprint elsewhere an article from the world as the preacher. Acts Club of New York held its annual of style about her lias a.V 1

P. V. Leavengood, ,Business Manager. the Savannah Morning News presum- and experess'ions, which are considered luncheon at the Hotel Gerard In West guest of :Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Harris [Lady orator at the dressmaker :
.' perfectly legitimate when they proceed and left on the A. C. L. train for Jack
== + ably, written by Colonel J. H Estill, 44th ,street recently. The' vicepresident ventloiu I b
>, from others are, when performed sonville Saturday afternoon to visit
Its editor and one of the most thor- of the club, the Rev. Theodore S. i "For the last twenty years j h v
or made use of by preachers, remembered -
5 relatives and preached In one of'the been showing how
women
1t oughly consistent democrats in.the. and censured. Men of the Henderson presided, and among the to put
churches In that city S-uiday. corsets so that they need not te
south as well as one of the most estimable world affect to demand perfection in speakers were the Rev. Dr. Kerr Boyce 'tl1!I'
gentlemen. Dr, Allen is a delegate to the gen- bled with an abdomen."-[ibid t
_ ministers, who, .are but men as St Tupper, pastor of the Madison Avenue
There was once a time d
A Colonel Estill takes the position that Paul testified "of like passions,' .as eral conference of the Methodist Epis- when
Baptist Church; the Rev. Dr. J. Douglas and abdomens were highly s 1
June.is too early for the holding of the others. A careless word, a suspiciousact church, South from China and as resp
primaries and that August is early even the engaging in a business Adams, pastor of the Reformed copal members of society. Even so
.. this to be his last visit to
he cotillon
expects guished leader t
enough; and, to suit the farmers is an pursuit for which others would be Church pn the Heights, Brooklyn, and a as 111$1
the of his nativity he came nus of Milo to say, nothing of the y l
country
entirely a better month-; early enoughIf commended, lays them open to. the Dr. Ezra S. Tipple of the seminary.Dr. .

a campaign were to follow.. charge of being after worldly gain, and Tupper himself over to here several weeks In advance of the swell debutante Miss Venus of it- l

ar Motto: The Banner, believing those It is known to all men that in devoted to the service of"mammon,' gave meeting of the general conference In lei, did not consider It hurtful to -
reminiscenses.' He said that his first of his relativesas social prestige to wear '
4* and Florida nomin- order to visit as many a real
Georgia primary
a
;* at the. top well able to take care of and however Innocent they may be .-
r- n /. .-. themselves, has taken, .its stand in the ation is tantamount to an election; the very fact that the charge is made, nickname was "doctor," obtained in possible before the meeting of that and a genuine abdomen. In truth,

fitI"l barricades with the common people that in neither state a campaign is to seriously impairs their usefulness, and the South at 'the tender age of 13 body. He spent several days at WeIrs- seemed rather proud of such

=iA and its fight will be made for the betterment follow, so why this haste In calling so influence. years by preaching in his father's dale, the guest of his brother-in-law sions it we are to judge from the

: of those at the bottom. early a .primary? There are unfaithful men who: pro- place under the name of "Dr. Tupper." Mr. F. E. Haskell, who by the way, Is spicuousness of those properties la I"

4 What was it all for, and what doesit fess to be ministers of the gospel, but At that service the negro who intro- the uncle of President Roosevelt'sfirst reproduction of her figure that

----" all mean? the Lord would wife and when the President come down to the present gene;
FRIDAY APRIL rr\\, 1906 they are few in number compared to duced him hqped that :

What possessed the state committee the whole. There' was one unfaithfulone "shake up all the unshook In the congregation heard that Dr. Allen was coming to But how that the process of ellmi3'

to do such an outrageous thing? among the twelve apostles. The ." Then '"doctor", gave place America, he gave him a pressing invitation ation has set in so furiously, whey .

N Ocala Is building store houses and Behind so unnecessary and uncalledfor faithful, loyal, self-sacrificing preacher to "baby" after the following incident: 10 visit him at Washington for it to stop After the waist and o'

residences. This Is an index to grow th. a movement there must have; been may be numbered by the thous-t When in college and still inhis the purpose of talking over Chinese do men: have.been abolished, what .

ik- One of our banks received deposits something hidden-something that Is ands. Yet how little are the services teens Dr. Tupper was supplying In a affairs. go next Is: woman to disintegrst

s yesterday to the amount of 50,000., afraid to take its place out in the they render to society, leaving reli- large church. His introducer this Perhaps more than any other man, surely: and steadily a little at a time,

r This tells Its own story. open.. gion entirely out of the question, appreciated time said that the preacher might be I not a, native Dr. Allen is conversantwith until she Is no more? Is it to beep"stylish

It is said that the more influential and rewarded.The young but he could vouch that he was the conditions of things In China. eventually not to be at aU? ii

s The Jacksonville city council has ones on this committee are in office good preacher is a twin brotherto "a tinkling brass and a sounding cym He went there with his young wife in other words, is the tune comingthe

: ;decided to expend. $300,000 for the ex- and candidates for reelection, and the good editor. bal." As the young preacher finished 1858 and has been active in the affairsof most stylish woman will be

tension of the waterworks, and'draln- maneuvered this shortcut so as cutoff The man who lays aside every desire his sermon his old mammy, who was that country ever since. He show- invisible bouquet of atmosphere? =

age. 1 discussion and debate, put the for individual advancement for in the congregation rose and' exclaimed ed so much efficiency In mastering the We may be considered cynical aa

_ _
other candidates at a disadvantage and wealth and position, who turns his : language and was so Influential In the downright mean even but we

: Within twenty-five miles of Lake- give the voters no chance in the mat- back on the world and makes himself "Oh. my sisters, did yo' ever raise paper that he edited and the books the day will never arrive when -

land there are nine phosphate plants ter at alL a living sacrifice for the cause of such a baby? Dat's my baby tryin' to that he wrote that he was invited by atmospheric type shall be In vou

whose output is more than 500,000 It is boldly declared that the demo the creator and for the love he bears preach. the officials to translate certain works Frankly, we'd like to be' able to.

tons of phosphate rock annually. cratic executive committee of Floridais the world deserves to be loved and One estimable old s lady told the'doctor for the government and became one of at least the face. Waists and

c : dominated' and controlled by a set honored far above the soldier who after one of his sermons that she the editors of the Gazette, one, of the mens, which no real lady will .W
It is estimated that there ..are 1300
of men as narrow selfish, despotic and achieves his laurels on the field of signed by th eveteran missionaries, official papers of the governmentDr. caught Tvith according to the Ia4
acres. of tomatoes growing In Florida
; this season, and that the yield will be determined. in forcing their views and blood and carnage. Unfortunately, that she felt better when he had done. Allen translated 90 volnmes Into orator do. not seem so terribly

.3 themselves upon the people nolens however, this honor is not always Another bewailed the fact that he was the Chinese language, covering a mul- graceful to us, either, even if we &
about crates.'
175,000 Yo
volens as any little despot that ever awarded and does, not follow the pious leaving her church. tiplicity of subjects and these books say it what hadn't ought to.

.y> "Uncle Andie" Carnegie gracefully disgraced a throne in Europe. preacher on his humble rounds of "But," said the doctor, "they will geta had wonderful influence in the new But the waists must, go and the .

performed the "Hobson act" In Atlan- Therefore Mr. Payne's resolution of charity and devotion. There are hun- better preacher to take my place" thought, which is now dominating the flomens must go. The dressmaker=-,

x I ta the other day. He kissed two 'la- censure of the state committee in our dreds of preachers in almost every "No, they always say -that" she present generation: of China. beg pardon .the mOdiste-says so

,y dies. They were 10: beautiful the "iron county committee last Saturday was part of the world, who are devoting complained, "but each preacher is Besides these works of translationDr. the modiste is a she who must _De I

king" simply couldn't help its entirely the proper thing, it was done their time and talents to the work of worse than the last. Allen Is the author of 35 books, obeyed. As an appreciative and :mef

i -w -+- none too soon and was none too severe religion and humanity-visiting the Dr Tupper said his most embarras- which are printed in the Chinese lan- poet wrote upon finding the skasl

: .' We learned with regret of the seriousness In the tone of the language em- fatherless' and the widow-the sick sing experience came when, with his guage and they have also been reprinted one:

illness of Hon. George W. ployed. and unfortunate and those in prison right hand raised in a gesture he in Japanese and other lan- "Imperious modiste, dead and turas.

Wllsca ediier-in-chlef .of. the Times- Tb voters in every county in the who are not appreciated in tllA communities spoke of Gladstone and quoted; guages. *to clay !

$ Union :Mr. Wilson has been: a prominent state should thank Mr,. Payne for the where ineir good dccda are "Lila !same toll (!liff-' and a refractory One of these works is entitled, "Wo- Might stop' a .hole to 'keep the win
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figure In Florida, affairs for years example he has set take the matter performed. collar button allowed one end man in ail Lands." and SHOWS me cm. away; ,

? and we sincerely hope that wills up force the county committeesto There' are young preachers who get of his collar to aid in the gesture. He nese\ women in contrast with the women -: O that that earth which kept

n recover his health.-Tallahassee pass resolutions of censure and enough only to provide their families secured the collar and continued. Af- of the balance of the world and world in awe

I Capital. have the state committee to with, the scant necessities 'of life; ter a few sentences a gesture with has produced a wonderful influence on Should patch a wall to expel the I'

t3 '- understand that their despotic older preachers whose families are not both hands brought a sympathetic response the new thought movement that has' ter's flaw !"-Louisville ?

; Florida's pineapple crop is going to doings will -not be tolerated far removed from want and superan- from the collar, and the clergyman taken possession of that people with Journal 11

be a bumper one Judging from reports for a moment. The democratic nuated preachers, who are really indigent finished his discourse with his but little less force than the peopleof

from the lower East Coast With good party of Florida wants more M, L. and destitute. coat collar turned up. Japan. Keep your bowels regular by tj

prices in the North, several hundred Payne's and more Marion county democratic Church members should enter more Dr. J. Douglas Adams was the next Dr. Allen presented a copy of this use Liver of Tablets.Chamberlain's There is Stomach nothing

thousand dollars should find their way executive committees. .. earnestly and systematically into the speaker. He told a story of a poor work which is in 21 volumes with profuse ten For sale by. all druggists. m;

; into the pockets of the Florida grow- The idea. of having a primary elec- work of assisting needy stations 'and country minister in Scotland askingthe illustrations to the Dowager Em- -Easter-Bells.---

ers., -St Augustine Record. tion held in the middle of May whenno providing for aged ministers. Rev. Dr. Alexander White for aid I press"of China, the Emperor of Japan
The gay Easter bells are ringing,
campaign is to follow is an outrageon Every good citizen, tvho loves mor- for his needy church. Dr,> White referred and the Emperor of Corea and in

jj Mr. Chas. Campbell Is among the: the people.If ality and upbuilding of a healthier the beggar. to one'of his own acknowledgement of the same received We hear them sweet and clear; 1i

fortunate Sanford celery growers this 'a general election were called for sentiment who desires that men. women rich elders, .:Sir Granger Stuart. The very flattering and conspicuous marksof ; And the children sweetly singing.-}

'> season. He has already cleaned up so early a date it would Imperil a be made purer and better, knight refused to help, and said in a esteem.In Gladly. welcome their friends so de f

JS.OOO from shipments of the present revolution. should gladly engage in.such work and huff: illustration of how rapidly the Children flowers as gifts are bri .2
'
crop, and only about one-third of the The adoption of the primary systemwas regard it as a privilege to do soy "Do you know who I am?" twentieth century ideas are being While lillies pure and fair:

crop has been sent" to marke .-Volu- to make it a "campaign of educa- Good preachers and good editors are "Yes," was the reply, "you're only a adopted by the Chinese, Dr. ,Allen says Nod their heads in welcome,

sia County Record. ion"; and an early primary destroys the salt of the earth-the leaven that poor, hell-deserving sinrier." The that a Chinese girl who was educated In To the house of sacred prayer.So .

the very object for which it was leavens the whole earth.: minister reported the Incident to Dr. the school that' he established, was required -
Nev r In the history of the potato we lift our voices high,
adopted.It White, and the latter gave a five- to write two graduating essays,
_ business In Eastings hal the weather And sing the glad refrain;
has been knifed in the houseof Make Specific Charges or Let Governor poundnote, 'adding: one in Chinese and one in English. "
been spfavorable ,for a god crop. Nota Saying Jesus our Lord has risen, ;-
the The subject she sefected for her Chi
its friends. Broward A'cns. "Here's address of another elderof
sign of bllght has appeared, and the ... He died but lives again
mine. Tell him the same thing and nese essay was the following: "Liberty .
; coot nights and fairly warm days Good Sentence Sermon. -Mrs. A. E. Graha
; The Jacksonville Floridian seems: to I'll give! you another five." Equality and Fraternity are the
have been Just the thing to Insure a "
A plea for optimism in the pulpit Inherent Rights ofIan, and '
be about and, we
something
sore Jf
heavy yield. More buyers and prospective Nothing shuws'up better for a town
fbllowed from Dr.. E. S. TipplE: the one in English was sim-
handlers of potatoes have visited than all her young men at work or may judge from its rather indefinite
Among the 123; clergymen present ilar to it. Dr. Allen has type writ- '
"j Hasting than at anyprevious busy making necessary preparation to accusations, Its tender spot has recently SAVED BABY
.. were the Rev. H. A. Buttz presidentof ten copies of these essays and has
time. fight the battles of life. Where the been irritated by something which 4'
i the seminary: the Rev. E. P. Rich- submitted them to a number of educa-
----- young men are employed in some use- '
Governor Bronard has either done or '
There Is talk of introducing the I derson the Rev. George H. Whitney tors in this country: and the opinionis
y -S ful pursuit count it that the future
failed do sin of
to though specific
no
the Rev. Dr. R. W. Rogers the Rev. general that they would do credit to
study! of reading writing and arithmetIc LYONS lIf
men of that town will be honest patriotic commission or omission is mentioned.In .
Into the public schools again and and useful. On the other hand a rambling editorial the Flori- ardson of Dakota, the Rev. W. F."-:.\n- a graduate of Yale or Harvard .

eliminating water color painting, raffia and Dr. C. F. Bitterly, the Dev. Dr. J. A. To show' how ingenious the Chinese
where habitual loafers
they are dian refers to Governor Broward as .
bead and basket work and other classes Faulkner the Rev. C. W. Parsons, formerly people are he says he purchased a Mehle -
scorn at working that town
the "most flagrant antithesis" of the
Untold
and
high art occupations. There is a of the Hanson Place Methodist press from this country and the man Suffering Constasi
can never enjoy true happiness and
man whom it believed him to be whenIt
;1. growing impressionthat a child who prosperity that It should. In Nacog- helped elect him governor, and it Episcopal church Brooklyn' : the Rev the press manufacturers sent out Misery-Awful Sight From that]

can read and "do" fractions Is on the Dr. H. H. Beattys of Mt Vernon, the there to set it up turned up in an Intoxicated Infantile Ec
Dreadful
doches we have some young men who characterizes his term of office as "an Complaint
road to a better education than one Rev. Dr. W. H. Morgan of the Central condition and finally:' disap- ,
are a credit ,to themselves, their par- administration as deserving .of censureas ze Commenced at Top of Ki) .
who can make a basket that any half Methodist Episcopal Church, Newark peared' altogether. The native Chinese
ents and our town, but we have scores
the blackest in the days of radical-
breed squaw would be ashamed to of others who in less. than a decade Ism and reconstruction. and the Rev. George P. Eckman of St. who are remarkable for .their, pa- Head and Covered Entire BodY

own. Tallahassee Capital. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church. tience and perseverance, determinednot '!II
i'y. will be in the
wearing stripes or poorhouse These are rather serious charges andif
New York Sun. to be'outdone, studied the picturesand
....
.: Nacogdoches Plain Dealer. there is any ground for them they MOTHER PRAISES J
Hon Hunt Harris, senator from blue prints of the press very thoroughly
should be accompanied by some specific The Springfield (Mass.) Republican
Monroe county. Is ,a candidate for reelection One year ago Joseph Rimshaw, a and though never before hav- CUTICURA REMEDIES]
citations t>f misconduct on the partof notable
(Ind.) : "It.is that
and if elected will be a candi- highly respected resident of the town says no ing seen such a piece of machinery, In .
I the governor. This idea of general one In Congress'has yet come forwardto
date for president of, the senate. Mr. of Somers Kenosha county was taken I II two or three days had the press. In ."Our baby had that dreadful eom'fplaint
I condemnation no longer has any Influence defend the contributions by the national -
Harris stands well in the state and with violent fits'of insanity and was a I : operation. ,Infantile Eczema,which afflict!
with intelligent people. The banks to Mr. Hanna's campaignfund The greatest stumbling block In the him for several months commencing:
has a large personal following. He dangerous man when In this condi- i
;eople are not supposed to' know what in 1896. The banks could be defended of the "Chinese the top of his head,and! at last coveric:
hodof
way' taking
has made an Industrious and good otbcial tion. He had a little daughter whomhe F were
the Floridian Is driving at even if 'the as Mr. McCall defended the his whole body. His sufferings
He Is well equipped for the office loved dearly and was afraid that modern ideas is their ancestral wor- untold and constant misery, in fact,1
latter does know and if the governor'sadministration
contributions of his insurance
to which he aspires for he has some time when he was in this condi- com- ship. There the government of the there was nothing we would not hay.:

been a close student and is well up tion he would do her harm. One day has been so "deservingof pany. Yet Senator Foraker in the household is patriarchal and It mat- done to have given him relief.. 1 1
censure," the Floridian should have Senate this week, after admitting that family doctor seemed to be who
ters not how children -
with parliamentary law and usages. he appeared at the railway station in many are married
the manhood and the honesty to come the testimony before his committeehad incapable of coping with the ease,an
1J Somers treated all the boys and then they live in the one home and after various experiments of his,which:
Quiet Politics. out and say when and where and In shown the wide extent of national
Very left for Oskosh and applied at the. Insane neither the wives ,nor husbands havea resulted in no benefit to the child,** .

_ asylum for admission. After the what respect this diabolical mAlfeas- bank contributions took pains to ',add say-so in Its domestic affairs. This sent to Mazon,HI.,to a druggist ana go:;-

Politics In Marion county are distressingly usual examination he was admittedand ance has been committed.The that he believed they !should be 'expressly is a deep rooted institution and of a full set of the Cuticura Remedies wrf.J

c dull. There are many rumors Journal is not posing as the prohibited in the future. The applied as per directions, and he began:ito i
course conflicts with the Christian
and last week Thursday sboaJ
t' grew worse improve immediately, and in ?
E D both clear and conflicting, of died, a raving maniac. This is special champion of Governor Brow- banks themselves probably would like idea that "the husband must cleave three or four days began to shop*

j candidates galore but up to the present probably the only case on record ard. because we do not think he real- nothing better. An act embodyingsuch unto the wife and the wife unto the brighter spirit and really ,j 1

moment nothing of a startling nature where a man applied at the insane ly needs one. But In The Journal's a prohibition ought now to be husband" and offers the greatest Impediment the first time in year. In about nin the J

j has appeared on the surface and opinion, this indiscriminate libel on passed, and the 'country would be days he was fully recovered, with ':
asylum for admission, and he did it to. the efforts of Christian exception of rough skin which B*
a
,
for common decency should stop. Thereare charmed to call it
If there are other candidates place the Foraker B11L" missionaries.Dr. eventuajfi
all for his little child whom he idol- gradually disappearing, and

:z and position they are remaining :very lized. How could a parent show his certain members of the state press Allen is a most Interesting, and will he replaced by a healthy one. .r.-;
quiet Madison New Era. who never see anythink good in Governor Negro State Convention. "Praise for the Cuticura Remedies,
affection more than did Joseph Grim- persuasive talker and were it not for
-- ,Broward's administration and There has been issued a call. for the has always been our greatest easurt1i
shaw. Racine Journal making this article too long we would that,-r1
and Parkhill. holding of and there is nothing too good
'Whitfield who seem to be unable to say anythingtoo a negro state convention In
make him say through us many other could say in their favor, for they cg's
bad about it. If they have any the city of Jacksonville on the 30th he fiat \
It Is well established democratic W. T. Sanders received an abstract things about this interesting people. tainly saved our baby's life, for {
ground for doing so, they should furnish of May prox. the most awful sight that I ever beheMf ;
servant who de- this week for some property that he A
that public
policy a
the sepciflcations. If they have The call is 'issued by a large number Make 'Em Short. prior to the treatment of the Cuticoa f
means himself worthily fend serves possesses and the story of this land Remedies. Mrs. Maebelle Lyon 1&<
? not-if they cannot furnish the spec- of. the prominent negroes of the
usefully in the Interest of good government reads like an Arabian Nights! dream. state Appleton Ave., Parsons, Kan., J wr1s' :
ific grounds on which these general engaged In professions and '
K is deserving of a secondAermIn State of Florida in 1873 to, Cot Spur- trades. Long visits long"stories and long 1905.? "l'
charges made-then >
are they should
cfflcev As Judge WhItfield has only fin of Largo, for the enormous sum exhortations seldom profit those who
stop this disgusting exhibition of malice Those in Ocala signing It are the have COMPLETE TREATMENT $
to do
with
-. served a part of a full term and his of 73 cents an acre. In less than a them. Life Is short.

t : service! has been marked by ability third of a century this property has and general Ill-will. following: George Giles cotton buyer Time is short Moments are precious. Complete external and internal tretf- 1 ,:.
The Journal believes that the Flor- and moss manufacturer at
; and fidelity there Is exceptionally Increased in value from 75 cents an ; S. M. Learn to condense; abridge and Intensify ment for every humor, consisting ? ;
idian wants to be fair and it Gibbs, editor and
hopes publisher .
_- strong reasons for believing that the acre to $35 for a iot 60 by 150 feet. A ; W. P. We can hear things that are dullIf CuticuraSoapOintmentandPfll3nwj
that its Jacksonville contemporary will Wilson physician and now be had for dollar. A i sag*
one
druggist Frank
voters of the State will be pleased to mathehatldan can find the per cent, ; they are only short We can endure the 't- ;
see the. error of Its recent Ill-ad'vised P. Gadson merchant set is often sufficient to cure njo .
I- re-elect, him for a. full termAnd gain. Probably in no other section. of utterances.-Pensacola Journal The purpose'of many an ache if it Is over soon while torturing, disfiguring,itching,burc"

what Is here said of Justice J. B. Whit'field the world have property values Increased the convention is to even pleasure grows insipid and pain and scaly humors eczemas,rashes,8J1 1I '
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A' applies equally .to Justice C B.Parkhill. as rapidly as right here In Florida has her right foot devise means for allying the negroes intolerable If they are;not contracted. irritations, from infancy to a.ge"ft;
now wellto x
more closely all else fails. 1
Florida.-St. together so as to control Learn to be short Lop
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their Cu8cu Asp Otnbnmt.ud PEi
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POSE IN LIFE.prT ance and strength character. STATE PARTICIPATION. ONE YEAR OF. .PHILANTHROPY,1 -.. ,, ,
A,'f.t. ,
cola has left a bright '''':'-
-- ,
r these and' many others'like '. ,Call to Sister States Meeting American philanthropy which '
:!, .Ocala Banner: measured by contribution sank to'a 0.: K. GROCERY
vf..1Ue 1, owe: our thanks and loyalty With Hearty Response.
planted in every. human low ebb in 190t-U6,296,980-made a
\here, are .
!: peace, andisecurity which we -
lf whicB when ,cults creditable mark for itself In 1905.
:w 1 sf'... elements joy. Like a' magnet, ,the Commissioner Dunn, of New
When total contributions of J104.5S6-
'; : that Indefinable draws other souls to it and lifts
.;: ,:"l1. 'produce to higher and nobled planes. the head of the board which 452 were recorded. Only once have W.E DEAL Only in Good Things to Eat .
.I'e
called purpose.
11 iig. have charge of New York's par the rich men of, the country done bet
the motive power of all the purpose is evil the result and the Best We Can Our
is in the Jamestown Expos Keep Buy.
purPOse ter' that was in 1901, when the ,total i

man.actiODS aim.and' Is to to be,have fortified a strong for evil Let us. then dear, readers, the, very aptly ,struck the key note was $123,888,732 I Stock is as Complete as anyin Ocala, and is
Jamestown celebration when.he
termInate:; There has been a shift during-'the
choosing noble to I
:'uti.- ms..nltQ1d'duUes.engine la to the the evil ones of purposes the adversary. that "Virginia's invitation to her year in the .destinations of the gifts Always Clean and Well Kept. 3 While in town

i'J; the; powerful States was nothing but the call of the wealthy. The feature of the
i
to life The one take for our safegaurd hi life I Give Trial and be Cov41ced; that:
we are
purpose us
trste:*> is : the mother Inviting her children 1 to figures is the enlarged prominence of
by which the long; high and noble purposes that,
,b&"mtlv( < power the parent's birthday." That art in all its fields. In 1904 the museums I

of heavy cars is drawn acrosinentE fluence. may be for good. May has been so considered, the ready and art galleries received only; tt
J.'ne'
I 0. K
the other, that which acd' live that when our work is / ::1:
.: which the states have made $898,000( and we then suggested: "If
the long traIn faets shall not only be accepted of i
topells
es and Virginia's invitation sufficiently] of our millionaires wish, to mark]
from the years of that It may be said of us as of any ":
es ,reaching out new lines for themselves they We Give the Market Price for..Eggs. They ;

untabll1 to the grave.Theend.af ington: great Empire States has the might well direct a large portion of : t
'
7. without which! "Magnanimous in youth, this week. {
are
purpose of,making the largest appropria up
their public gifts to the puchase of
accomplished- through life; great In death his s
; i
joth .n :Las ever been up ta the present time, viz., J150-, statutes, canvases, and archaeological
/ Call and Seed Free of ifyou'want
All that we see about'us; est ambition the happiest of get Pumpkin Charge -
:'fa success and ethnological collections and the .
of this power, and kind; his noblest victory, the II
ya.the' outgrowth Carolina was .the first State buildings that shall house them." The. : to for the $10.00 f-
the world's achleve- of himself. Bequeathing to try prize.
; :.aootf; W8 'trace appropriate, but there was a con gifts to museums, art galleries and for
remotest origin the inheritance of his fame, and
to their '
: back cpnnected with the legislative

meats municipal betterment in the followIng

,Te'should'fond the same force back f ing his monuments in the hearts viz., that the United States [ year aggregated $8,705,950, or almost Next to McIver
who lnfc8 countrymen, he lived, the CLARK BROS.
purposes Prop.
The man
them *n. ld appropriate a certain 'sum be ten times the figures of 1904. and MicKay -
do a thing does It, but his century, and died regretted
: heart to North Carolina's bill should go Where art stood a poor fifth In gifts; '
him purpose and he Is as mourning world. 1
'take from force. received two years ago, it stood third .
child. He has no place in TAW EY : -
helpless as a first unconditional appropriation last year, passing religion, which received -
needs him Griner Farm, 1905.GROVER .
world, society '
the business from New Jersey; $.5OOO was gifts totaling $6,041,250, as
with the great -- ]Lidgerwood Hoisting Engines. Cableway Conveying Devices ..
to keep
: pat, and unable CLEVELAND. sum'designated.. Recently Gov against $5S42,890 the year, before;;

current of human interests he drifts, Stokes, of that state, accompan and libraries which received $1,061- for Contractors, Pile-Driving, Bridge Building, log-

like a.'ship without a rudder, down theeddteaf Will Build a Winter Home at by his entire commission,. visited 500, as against $1,541,366 the :year before. ging, Quarry and Mine Duty. Standard for Quality

time and goes to swell the Exposition grounds, Inspected the .: The great totals of 1905 were land Duty.' Over 24OOOJn Use. .

sargassos seas of life. Lately It has been arn1 territory, became ac education, $49,638,357: ; and charities,
purpose is the motive power of all] with the plans of the
mana It would that the
President Grover Cleveland, $39,139,365. seem Write for special catalogues: .
anchor of hope and :
the
MtioB. '
potent and returning to New Jersey, pro impulse to found libraries had passedthe
,
winters has been coming
1 without it man Is as driftwood upon many that 11; would be his endeavor water mark. The two new ?
eternity. to Stuart, In the northern part of high THE CAMERON a BERKLEY CO.
the billows of see that his state largely increased factors in the philanthropy of the year
will the county, has purchased a plot ","
so
seed sown
Whatever. the appropriation, so that she would are Andrew Carnegie's $15,000,000 asa CHARLESTON S. C. .
in the town and will erect d ,
a
trait be, and since there are two kinds an exhibit commemsurate with] pension fund for retired professor F. G. HOFFMAN ,

of purpose. it follows that two kindsof tial winter home thereon. The historical importance and commer and the Jewish relief fund tof $1,173; Florda Representative. Phone 20 c Savoy Hotel. Jcalai: Fl rica.: e
1 have was Ernest Stypman and the .
results will be obtained. We position of the commonwealth.
230. I
i oay! ,'to look about us to see the two be recorded In Miami within commissioners from many other 3Jr. Carnegie gave $19,958,730 'in -

the world today is full of few days. -
kinds for have visited the Exposition and 1905 and Mr. Rockefeller $11,60,000,
them both and from a knowledge of All the world knows that sites for their buildings. ,The -
the two being ressponsible for more
: the_result obtained we may determinethe Cleveland is an enthusiastic commission came from Rhode Is than one-quarter of the recorded giftsIt Ocala Furniture Gonpny.
and all the world knows also
it: The purpose
purpose preceding and the conferences between is not recorded, however, that between
result Florida is his favorite ,
for Its objectwill
good. -
haviiig Island and the Jamestown peo them one-quarter of
they own
,in good< but a purpose to do evil ground. Therefore the were very Interesting and left the wealth of the country. The figures

': brfnlv; evil to light. The influence that he is to build in Stuart. new thoughts with the mana of the another loud call to '
year are Too Good For You.That's
little surprise and the fear There is Nothing
'which it has, not only upon indivld- of the celebration. of moderate but adequate .

uais but nations, Is very great Florida people, that heeding the people ,, .
: upon Island, which is a very rich means-New York Mail.
value of a life which from early tation of California, he may ,
The in proportion to its size and

youth has cultivated noble aims and affections to the Golden State has a history of which anv The Date of the Primary. a broad statement, but it h Ids good, for you will surely regret -
winter, is found to be baseless.
oVin'temperance.left a good ex-
by Its commonwealth might well -. buying cheap furniture. Now that does not meaD that you
to others, can never be estimated county Is proud of its doesn't to be } .
ample proud and the state's commission Hon. Hoke Smith seem
visltor.-"est Palm should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and If you would
The one who ever has "honesty"for winter decided that historical satisfied with the state democratic '
an display
: ; cs.n the'
know where you get best goods at lower prices than-you
.:c hia motto, and whose life is a continuous Tropical Sun. their state building would be the executive committee. His newspaper are paying some other place.Smith :

: pressing forward to the attain- The Front-Porch-Everybody proper form of participation, and organ has been criticising the committee !
'
!hnent of some noble end which shall in Florida.In have prepared plans. for such an for delaying to call the primary, s

result, In the most good to himself and and in his speech at Douglas on Friday -

,., fellowman is a blessing to. mankind. made an appropriation he complained, if the was reported :
Florida the front porch & Roberts :
y: Sueh a life, like the good ship aftera its proper purposes about the last session. of its legislature, correctly, that the committee called .

storm ploughs the troubled deep Governor Roberts together with the primary in 1902 at a time to suit
months in the year. Of Cburse
,'fwtlng the lifeline to those unfortun- commissioners and a number of Mr. Terrell. We infer from what Mr
the winter there are times that
; atea who yet live, leaves In its wake state officials recently vis Smith said that he would like to havean will take; pleasure in showing yo the best goods at the lowest "
I'i only a "stepping stone" into the
If% blessings, which fall not on one; but the front the Exposition grounds. They ex early primary this year. price Everything In the furnf ure line at consistent prices.
but when April comes (
j I upon hundreds and thousands. of great surprise at the progress The primary in 1902 was held in the
ceases to be a mere threshold .
{ those who follow.. the work and at the perfection of latter part of June. It is our recollection -
home "it becomes sitting room,
fj What feeble man will attempt to plans. that there was considerable
library: It is the 1'f''
ery !
draw the line land say that here, or from Illinois, Penn fault found with the date. It was i
transferred to the open.
there, the Influence of such lives as"Washington's :Massachusetts, Maryland, thought it should have been called later -
Here the family sits and
: ends The line cannot Georgia, North Carolina and in the summer, when the farmers
self. Inof t'nsIgossip floats
";, ,be:drawn for his Influence is ever have already selected sites were .freer to take part in it. It was ,i1,1 i7 rcJrijo
and wisdom also. Here is the
;:_ widening till not only we are the happy their state buildings. Ohio has said that in June they are so busy that
Grave problems are sorted and .
recipients of the results of his noble parsed an appropriation of $75- a large percentage of them fail to goo
.
and laughter has its place.If r\
purposes but succeeding generations and w.ill select its site in th 'very- the polls. It,is probably that the (
would know the :
shall rise to bless the name of you future, as will South Carolina, comimttee remembers this criticism .
American family in its normal
: Was ngton. For patience, perserver- has made an appropriation of and is acting in acorJance with it. IfIt
watch it as it sits on ,the front /4
is a fact that it is more convenient
after supper amicably
these States, :Maine, Wis for- the farmers to go to the polls In
neighbors or discussing the fam
; All Florida and Delaware will be August than in June the time of the
l Run Down state of affairs laughing at ; II
The Exposition Company primary should be in the latter month. iJ \
of children-good humored, +
no effort to secure State partici- There is no particular reason why
with itself, optimistic. And if +
::-' until the Federal; government the primary should be held early in the
watch close enough, the play of
endorsed the celebration;; year. The regular election doesn't occur -
is a common ment is not lacking. ,
expres-
owing to lack of time and until October. There is no campaigning -
Dim I It matters not how
we hear on every how humble be the front fact that most of the 4 other states to be'done after the primary,

+ had no legislative sessions since which is, In effect, the election. Of
.; side. Unless I there is proximate the luxury of a
may
4th of last March, the Invitations course if a ticket in opposition to the
"veranda, or it may be only a
participate have not reached all the democratic ticket should be nominated
,some organic trouble! the condition a few steps. Here as the
ealths. a longer time"for canvassing the state
down. forefathers the family.In .
F f, can,doubtless be remedied.: those states which have might be advisable, but there is no
Florida the front 'porch 1l ) t #.
invited and have considered par- probability this year of an opposition

't... Your doctor is the best adviser. the dignity of an institution. are Iowa and Kentucky. ticket k


; :Do not dose yourself with all it the is fathers not one fought of the, it things is parcel for Iowa: a bill is now pending which Mr.: Smith began his campaign ear- FOUR SAILINGS EACH WEEK

,all probability will be passed, and ly and, thinking he has made a good
kinds, of advertised remedies- and it is as potent In its day
,a BETWEENJacksonville
through some misunder impression, he would like to have the

I :jdhis' opinion. More than likely the Besides town meeting in,its day. nding, failed to reach the Exposi- votes harvested at once. The, other and New York.Calling .

i'": bill, but a popular subscription candidates, however, believing that the

If, '.: you need a concentrated fat food The front porch provides that now being raised there for the pur- primary wouldn't be called until the

' we need as much as ,anything of participation. latter part of the summer, didn't begin at Charleston, S. C., both ways.
't::, ..t toenrich blood and tone The strenuous life has
your ation. of the states whose legislatures their campaigns until after the first TIE FINEST STBAHSHIPS IN THE COASTWISE S2S7ICZ. 2 lDJ'II
1* porch. Let the ,
up the system. on the frgnt this year and those which do not of the year. If, therefore, the primary -
and the wicked imagine a vain IVESFREIGHT
I
.' until next year will be Invited should be called for a day earlyin THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN
!> I
As for us- it is hardly possible that any one June Mr. Smith would be given ana
1 Scott's Let us go out on the front SERVICE BETWEEN
: Emulsion
I : '-' St. Petersburg Independent. refuse Virginia's invitation. !vantage.-Savannah News. Jacksonville, Boston and Providence,
- entire amount appropriated up ----

r{.'.' -' Bacteriological.Two this time by the various States Hon. James E. Broome, of Quincy, and all Eastern ,Points. -
,.gf Cod Liver Oil(
.<. .1'\,:' well over SOO,000., and this was a visitor to our city Saturday and Calling at Charleston Both Ways. R.

:.,:' .' congressmen were talking' is likely to be increased largely made this office a very pleasant calL SEMI WEEKLY SAILINGS.

= the late Jerry Simpson, says the final amount expended by Mr.: Broome represented Gadsden

;f: Js i just J such a food in its best form. .: troit Free Press. states will approximate if not ex- county in the 'state senate for a period S :othboand...................... ............ ............................. From Lewis' War, 2lst81

li.':,It''wllI f build up the weakened I I "He was a level-headed man one million and a half dollars. of twelve years during the most Northbound .......................................... Fro= foot of Catherine Street, 31vlnT11It

: the first "He was a foe to eventful history of politics in this -

j} ': and wasted body when all had a* shrewd humor. Welsh Entertains the Card Club. state and 'left a reputation for Integrity Clyde St-Johns: River Line.

:-r other foods fail to nourish. 11 "He and I and a clergyman industry and ability, which does

!;;;; lunched together. The afternoon Sirs E. C. him supreme honor and we are glad Between Jacksonville and Sanford

';:; are run down or emaciated, a faddist of a marked type. of Cornell, gave the Young La- that the democrats of Gadsden will Stopping aU Pahtia I Astor, Bsresford (D.t&nU and Intiraediati

i''ft.u ried a pocket microscope, wore card club a very delightful par- return him to that body. The state Is Landings on StJinns liter. Y
give it trial hurt
.;{ a : it cannot underwear, and so on and so She entertained her guests at the in+ need of as many men like Mr.

|{:)'ou. .It is essentially .the best ""This clergyman wouldn't of Miss Sara Harris and the Broome as it can possibly secure and Steamers; City of Jacksonville and Fre' 'k' De Barry

water with his lunch."I of progressive whist were thor to return him to the senate Gadsden ire appol.ted te Sail as followi: Leave Jacksonville daily, except Saturdays IV pom
: jjeiunung..leave Sa,ford. daily except Sundays at g:30 a,m.
. possible nourishment for delicate wouldn't dare to do so," enjoyed. There were three, ta- county will be conferring a gift to the

full and cards were played until five state. We that Mr. Boome
"ii rrfuldren solemnly. It is so you whole hope
and pale anaemic girls. North-Bound
s anlmalculae. I never drink when cream, cake and bon bons will be returned. South-Buid SCHEDULE Read upLeave
Down
Read
;r Ve will 'send you a sample free. less it has been boiled." served. The games were marked

(i, Simpson lovely little hand painted score Hon. Syd L. Carter, of Alach'ua __ Jackueville -..r. i... ......._ Arrive :200 .. m
!>-- Congressman P. M -- -
f "", .0 .. 3 S 11 __ ____ Pal tits ..__ _--- Leave 8 oo p. B
f- glass, and looked at the and the prizes were a dainty county, one of the best known men Inthis 45 eo P.a. m.Arrive m.. ..._____ Astor -'._- ." 330 P. m

; -. Be sure that this picture smile."I water color "copy of Harrison section of Florida was .In Ocala 3 __,_-? _St Francis....._ 4 lOOp. m
; ol with a quizzical, =__ ., Sanford .. -,.. 9 30 a. m
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8 --
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lathe form of a label boa drink my water raw," "Nedra," and a set of mon- Friday. He is a candidate for the to 30 oo a. m.I____,_ _Enterprise- __ _. 10 oo a. n
11: the of bottle
'w_ \ wrapper every Td rather be an aquarium shirt waist pins. The former legislature from hU county and will
'
of Emulsion
:*. you buy. graveyard." \ won by Miss Mary Anderson and have very little opposition. He says BIn; Hut; U1\ \10 rtJn::H1n lU .ur BSTSr.JSCLS3XTILLE.

,. SCOTT & BOWNE pins by Miss Louise ,arris. that last year Alachua :voted for .
.,, IRONMONGER Ja.. Ass't Gemt Pass. Agent, m Wast BaY St.Jacksonville Fla.W.a'coOPERVjlU
is the i 9 U
",' A satisfied customer There will be, no meeting of the club county commissioner by districts but Freight A eat. C. P.LOVEU. Superintendent,

q ; 1 Chemists only vertisement our aim and but satisfaction our week button Thursday afternoon this year will conform to the requirements At. H\GERTY.Gen'Foot Et'ol t'o Hogan Pa<
409. Purl Strut, New York the White House shoe; spring 19, Miss Ethei Robinson will be of the primary law and vote by THEO G. EGER, Vice President andGeneral Manager,

for men and women just hostess of the club. county at large. \ Genera! Offices Pier 36, North River. Branch 290 Broadway, New York.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS. For the tegislature; Naval Stores Operators Meet *' NOTICE.ThefoUowIngper0fl3. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR t"Ofe..ton '

-k I hereby submit my name to the LETTERS PATENT, l. .,
democratic voters of Marion :
county,at
.
:& have been appointed
the election to be held The stores ---.... -
ForDfltr primary May naval export company -
Attorney, -
: Notice is hereby given that tbe
r 13. as a candidate for member of the managers of the special tax we, .
: b To the Democratic Voters of the Fifth legislature from this county If elect- held their annual meeting in Jacksonville school district elections to be held April undersigned. will apply to the Governor LDFLJL1.L. t.. P.
of the State of florIda., four weeks
Judicial ed I: promise to earnestly and conscientiously Tuesday. Nearly three hundred .LA .
Circuit x 3rd 1906. By order of the boardof L after the publication of this notice, for FtJLI.Ba

:I hereby announce myself a candidate ests of my, constituents.represent the and best on Inter-that stockholders were present public instruction. letters patent under the following pro- Dentist !

for the office of States Attorney platform ask the support ,of the Mar- Resolutions were adopted declaringvoid Attest: W. D.'Cam G. S. SCOTT, posed charter. 9Ytr Xuro a Oumbliag ;
..Circuit T. N SUMNER. Bank Ocsl.'n .
-z for the Fifth Judicial at the jt
lon county democracy at the coming : the agreement entered into by the Secretary. Chairman.
e- democratic primaries to be held May JNO. W. ZUBER
c 15th,.1505. primary. C. L. BIT-TINGED., Naval Stores Export company Pater- Ocala. No. 1-Isaac Stevens J. T. T. E. WIlLIAMS B.BIGGS, '.

I., .. EDWIN W. DAVIS. --.-- son-Downing company and S. P. Shot- Lancaster and O. L. Burdick. mana J. N. GRIFFIN. S -
Copy of Proposed Charter of Sumner AOTORNEY-AT-UW;:
For County Judgo For County Commissioner 5th District ter company last fall, which provided, gers. Lumber Company. OfBce ia 1
McIntosh, No. 2 J. S. Thomas. J, Gsry.aOCALA. ew ,
11oQ.
To the Citizens of Marion County: : among other things, that the Naval I C. Turnipseed and H. C. Price, managers We the undersigned, hereby associate h
-i I announce that I am a candidate Thanking the democratic voters of ourselves together for the pur- ,
this for the flattering Stores Export company should retire ; J. B. Walkup, clerk. '
; for nomination and re-election to the county vote given Frank pose of becoming incorporated under
Belleview, No. 3-.!. N. Shedd. SPNELA'1'1OitNEY.AT.W *
: office of County Judge of Marion me two years ago for the office of for five years from active business Pelot and L W. Nix. managers; W. the laws of the State of Florida applicable ED ._
County, subject to the Democratic county commissioner for the 5th district to corporations for profit.
and being assured that and for the operation on certain con R. Bryant clerk. I
Primary to be held May 15th. 1906. my con- B. F. ARTICLE L ,
B.
Fantville. No. 4 J. George
As I am engaged In the active administration duct in office has given satisfaction. In ditions therein named of the Naval (Name.) :I OCALL.&y* :
Walter ,
Oliff and R. B. Fant ; e 1Irri
managers _
of the-duties of the office obedience to a very general request I '- -
4 Stores Export company and the other Pedrick clerk. The -uame of this corporation shall _
: it will not be possible foV me to make announce my candidacy. for. re-elec- be thd SUMNER LUMBER COM-
Dunnellon No. 5-W. E. Gamble J. K. CHASE,
;:; an active or extended campaign. tion. two companies.The If. Barksdale and T. H. Mixon, man PANY, and its principal place of bus- J 1i.

I solicit the support of the Democratic CHAS. W. TURNER. officers, of the company for the agers; H. G. Keen. clerk. iness shall be in Ocala, Marion County DENTIST, -

% .pledge Electors to them of an Marion honest county faithful, and 1 For Representative-: ensuing year are as follows: W. M. Roddick. No. 6-G. W. L. Denham, and, Florida agencies; but in it may other establish offices OCALA; IL0A&WS
B. S. Dansby and S. M. McGehee man any place or
4- and upright administration of the duties I am a candidate for representativeand Toomer, president; W. K. Kelly, 'vIce H. Hull clerk. places in .or out of the State of Flor-
,
of the office if it be their desire I want the job. I will abide by agers; ida. I. BISTRDNK,
'., that) shall again serve them. the rules of the coming primaries and president and treasurer; Ph. Winter, Pine Level, No. 7- 3eo. 0. Turner, J.: ARTICLE II.
W. Ross and J. H. Brass
; Respectfully. promise, if nominated not to amaze secretary and assistant tre surer. managers; (Business.) ATTORNEY.AT.UW. -
H. A. Ross clerk.
JOSEPH BELL. the
be the world'my biggest fool statesmanship in Tallahassee;, and nor The new board of directors consistsof Mayville, No. -B. Coggin. H. Mor The general nature of the business Room 4, M".;alc Bu11diIJC -
to be' .
transacted is
For District Attorney. coming loaded and candidates, positively W. M. Toomer, W. J. Kelly, C. H. rison and D. E. Driggers managers; 1. To buy, lease and: sell 'i

: To the Voters of the Fifth Circuit:- no Infringements on my campaign Barnes, Walter Ray. John H. Powell Henry Simpson clerk. lands; timber and MISS B. N. SINCLAIR, ".
t ; Weirsdale. No. 9-T. B. Snook. F.IL .
: I hereby announce my candidacy for thunder. Patent,applied for. 2. To 1
v the office of state attorney for the fifth L. S. LIGHT. D. M. Flynn, J. S. Shingler. Lytle and C. S. Gates, managersand manufacture and sell lumber -

judicial circuit of FlorIda. composed of The Ocala turpentine operators who V. P. Kelsey, clerk. ; :STENOGRAPHER. & TYPEWRITE!]
3. To build
the counties of Marion Citrus, Sum- Citra. No. 10-A. C. White, Henry; and operate and own
: I ten Hernando and Lake, subject to the For Tax Assessor attended the meeting have returned Grantham and J. P. Moore, managers; such mills aa are necessary to prose- anNotanyPubu' ':J
To the Democratic Voters of Marion l'ntA. thA !th "4, J\ ",,,,..
., democratic primary to b,. held May 15, home. Stewart Ramey.. clerk. -- -. "'V v." ""J"" ., Special attention to out of 70wn W

ajiacVatic solicIt the SUppol. of the demo- county-- Griner Farm, No. 11 J. J. Lutrman,, 4. To construct and operate tram- Commercial Bank .
voters of this district At the solicitation of some of my Buford Leitner and H. Jones, managers roads in connection with its business;; Qcala jy

CARLOS L. SISTRUNK. friends, I believing myself that county Mr. H. H. Witworth of the Hia- ; W. P. Chalker. clerk. 5. To own operate and control all: "'-si'

-, offices should be changed occasionally, watha Stock Farms, was in the city Buck Pond, No. 12-C. R. Dean. W kinds of real and personal property; i
< I hereby announce myself a candidate J. Folks and J. G. Marcum managers;; 6. To do generally any and all I NOTICE
; -. : For Tax CollectorTo :- for Tax Assessor for Marion county, Tuesday and meeting a reporter of J. B. Mc ,Gehee. clerk. things reasonable necessary and requisite I _____ .'

the Marion County Democracy: subject to the democratic primary to this paper said that he had just shIp- Sparr, No. 13-R. S. Civil!, J. W. in carrying out the purposes of The undersigned intends to a'Hen.
Believing that I have filled the position be held May the 15 1906. I
., therefore Colbert and S. Lowell! managers; D. the corporation. Joseph Bell,
ped five fine cows and two of his county judn'
.>' of tax collector for state and solicit the support of the democratic i very L. Grantham clerk. ARTICLE HI. Marion county, at his office in

.- :; county during my, occupancy of the office voters of Marion county. Duroc Jersey hogs to Jupiter, Fla. Our Candler, No. 14-Jas. T. Hall J. N. (Capital Stock.) on the 30th day of April, A. D.0caJa:
:
.< acceptably to a large majority of Respectfully, county is keeping -up the reputation Marshall and G. G. Richie, managers;;, The amount of the capital stock of for leave to sell all the right tit.! lYd\
-. ,', the tax payers of the county, I an- F. B. TURNER.A A. :McClain clerk. this corporation shall be THIRTY. interest of Path L. Leonard I.I1d

: nounce myself a candidate for reelection achieved at Tampa and when a pro Fellowship, No. 15-C. C. Stevens, SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($37,- ence ,M. Leonard George V. .Leonarl f-
subject to the action of the
.t ,
:, county democracy In the primaries of POINTER FOR OCALA. gressive farmer in any part of FlorIda V. M. Sechenger. and Jack McCully,, 000.00). divided into 370 shares of the Stella E. Leonard, Louis H. LeoDar(
.
managers; T. M. Philips clerk. par value of ONE HUNDRED DOL- and Lucy D. Leonard, minor
15 next. From until wants fine live stock he Immed- chUdrti'of
May
now
Electra, No. 16-J. H. Hulford, jr.,, LARS ($100.00), each all of which George W. Leonard, deceased lat
,
1+r busiest the primary season comes in the off office will so be much my What the Ladies of Gainesville are iately faces towards Ocala knowing'that J. C. Pillans and J. P. Holly, mana- said authorized capital stock shall be of St. Johns county, Florida, i ia th{(

the splendid stock gers; L. H. Pillans clerk. payable in cash, as called for by the following lands situated ia
; ; so that it -will be impossible for me among grow- M&:1ol'
Doing.When
Blitchton No. 17 J. P. Board of Directors.
Taylor R county, Florida, to-wit;
order to neglect to make my a duty personal to the canvass public of in the warm days of summer are ers of this county, their wants can be .. L. Ferguson and J. T. Burgess man: ARTICLE IV. Lots, 1, 2, 3, 4, 1%. 13, 15. 16, 11.11.if;

supplied. Messrs. Whitworth Cham- agers; Joe Akins clerk. (Term.) 19 35, and 36, the half
the county. It would be a pleasure here and the water from the city works east of lot'It.
S for me to meet the people at the varIous bliss, Gaitskill, Gist Edwards Bros., I I ManteL No. 18-H. L. Seckinger,, The term for which this corporationshall and two and 27-100 acres In the JOuth;.J
meetings that In all probability la warm. it will refreshing to know Wm. Cuthill and J. F. Folks, managers exist is ninety-nine years (99). east corner of lot 14,. according to & .
and Guerrand are building up a reputation ; C. P. Pillans, clerk. ARTICLE V. plat recorded in
will be arranged by the county democratic that all who desire to get a cool drink the Public Record:
.; executive committee to take that is fast becoming household Ft. King-Alex Geiger. Gabriel Long Officers). of Marion county, Florida, entitt
_____ at the city drinking fountain erected and A. The business
M.
plac 'over the cotfhty within the next Parker, managers; Wm. of this corporation "Map of a portion of Fernandez grut1

:} two months, but I thInk that all good by the W. C. T. U. on the court house word among the stock growersof Cook, clerk. shall be conducted by a President a and lots 1 and 2 section 21 and MM

c; ,citizens whoknow* me will understand square on East Main South. this state. Capulet No. 20--C, H.. Cooner W. Vice-President, a Secretary and Treas- of section 28, township 13 south'ag.
street
E' that it Is duty before pleasure with R. Green and R. L. Fort managers;; urer, and a Board of Directors consisting 31 east. H. J. Campbell, Engineer.*

1 me I submit my candidacy upon my An arrangement has been made: -, C. E. Fogelstrom, ,clerk. of not less than three (3) per- March 30, 1906. ''.

::. 1 official record an dif elected for an- whereby ice will be supplied to keep Misses Catherine and Clifford Pyles, Linadale No. 21-R. B. Erwin. C. A. sons nor more than five (5), to be EMMA J. LEONAE&330ot :

.\, other term of omce, I will 'do my' duty the the little daughters of Capt. and Mrs. McCraney and M. RIgdom, managers; elected at 'the annual meeting of the Guardi6i'l
as I have in the past. water cool until the hot summer J. B. Booth, clerk. stockholders to be held on the fourth: 3
'
- S. R. Pyles will give an Easter egg Cotton Plant No. 22J. F. Tuesday in December 1906 and
Very respectfully, days are past and there will be" cool Parker an-
t .1-, E. L. CARNET.j hunt Saturday afternoon. They will ,D. M. Barco and D. A. Walker, managers I nually thereafter on the fourth Tues-: NOTICE. "I
water until October 1st. : J.. T,. TUvIr irk. day of December in each PRO-
year:
hIrA fiftv ftf their littta_ _friends, -
__
i. I It Is a very good idea and there are u n as Orange Lake, No. 23-J. B. Burry, VIDED, that the offices of President: Notice of Application for Tax ;
For Tax Collector-
____ k ,,' I hereby announce candidacy I few cities in this country. where the their guests and will have this partyat C. & Cork and L Mizelle managers; and Treasurer may be heid by one and I i Under Section 8 Chapter 4gg, :
-. my B. R. Chambers, clerk. the same stockholder the Laws -
offices of
or
of Florida.
the home of their
uncle, Capt. F. R. -=
for the office of tax collector of Mar- public can enjoy the pleasure of having Oak"Hill No. 24-D. F. Fant, John Secretary and Treasurer may be held ',
; ion county, Florida subject to the Pooser, who resides at the General
i McEwen and H. W. Nettles. by one and the same stockholder.
( free ice water at managers;
a public foun- Notice is
democratic primary to be held Mayq hereby given that J.
Bullock The J. K. Mixon. clerk. The following named officers shall
place. children all I
-L' 15 1906'and solicit the of the tain. are Cappleman purchaser of tax
support -Gainesville Sun. Moss Bluff. No. 25-W. E. Martin. A. !conduct the business of this certl9
A. c voters of this county. looking forward to a royal good time W. Fort and M.' IL Morrison. managers until those elected at the corporation first an- cate No. 474, dated the 1st day

J. W. BISHOP. afternoon.Dr. G. A. Waters nual June A. D., 1903, has filed said U1'i
Educators Visit the Ocala School. Saturday ; clerk.Fairfield meeting shall qualify: President: tificate
-- No. 26-J. A. Thomas W. and treasurur. T. N. Sumner; Vice- in my office and has made t l
For County Treasurer- A. Yongue and A. J. President. John plication for tax deed to issue la ae
Jones W.
Zuber
With the assurance of my hearty' The party of prominent educatorsof : Percy Lisk of Grahamville, who A. M. Mathews. clerk. managers; T. E. Williams; Board of; Secretary Directors,, cordance with law. Said eert1eoEe'':

: appreciation for past support I respectfully the state who spent Tuesday' here was graduated from the Atlanta Col- Cottage Hill. No. 27-C. D. P. Hay- T. N. Sumner, John W. Zuber, T. E. embraces the. following described pro-at
submit for the perty situated in ?
my candidacy craft Wm. De Horn and L. D. Stafford Williams and J. N. Griffin. Marion county;
k .. treasuryshIp of Marion county, subject for the purpose of arranging the program lege of Physicians & Surgeons last managers; L. D. Beck clerk. ARTICLE VI.Indebtedness. Florida, to-wit: Lots, 25, 26 21 an*!

of course to the coming democratic for the next state convention. Monday, has returned home and will I Charter Oak. No. 28-B. F. Freer ( ). 28, sub of northwest quarter sectlotJ

--- primary. THOS. E. PASTEUR. paid a visit to the Ocala public school be associated with his father in the J. Y. Hicks and C. E. Lucius managers The highest amount of indebtedness The 14. township said land 15 south range % east
being assessed at the:
W. A. to which
: Redding, clerk. this corporation
shall
at
-' I Wednesday morning. They were given practice medicine.. Pedro,' No. 29-R. E. Perry, J. C. time subject itself is thirty-seven any L date of the issuance, of such certiS-:::;|
For Tax Assessor-
V a royal welcome by Mr. Workman, Perry and P. A. Snow, managers; M. thousand dollars. cate in. the name of parties unknora.-
:: ,Thanking my friends for past favors REPORT. M. Proctor. clerk. Unless said certificate shall be m
: I respectfully announce myself principal of the. school and the other. Kendrick No. 30-0. B. ARTICLE VII.Subscribers deemed according to law, tax deed wtt
Chappie J. ( ).
.' .Of the Condition of the issue
a candidate for renomniation in the teachers. They visited the various i J. Guthrie and Robt. Fort managers; The names and places of residence thereon on the 16th day of Apof

j next. primary departments of CENTRAL NATIONAL BANKOf A. A. Olin. clerk. 3-16. Of the subscriberstnepthcr with thai riL A. D. 1906.
ALFRED AYER. the school .and were amount of capital. ; Witness my official signature anJ
stock
Ocala.at subscribed for
delighted with all they saw. The Ocala NOTICE. by each, ; is: seal this the 13th day of March A.

: t For Representative- i school has the reputation and certainly Ocala in.the State of Florida, at the Notice ;of the Formation of a New Name. Residence. Shares. 1906.[Seat] S. T. SISTRUNK PI

: I To the Democratic Voters of Mario deserves It. of being one of the close of business, April 6th 1906. Election District No. 32, and the: T. N. Sumner, Moultrie, Ga ...1.108: Clerk Circuit Court. Marion.
'
County:- RESOURCES Dollars. Change in the Boundaries of Elec- John W. Zuber. Atlanta, Ga., .. .. .17( Florida. .T
:. After due consideration and at the very best In the state. tion District No. 3, of Marion Coun T. E. Williams,.Moultrie. Ga., .. ..46 -
of friends here- Several Loans and Discounts . .. 93,526 55; J. N. Griffin, Valdosta, Ga.. .. .. .46
request numerous I of the visitors addressed the] ty, Florida; Done by the Board ot NOTIqE.I
: by announce myself a candidate for scholars in the U. S. Bonds to secure circulation County Commissioners of Marion L State of Florida !
different
; rooms and County of
representative to the legislature from .. .-.*.. .. 12,500 00 County, Florida at Their Special Marion. "lJ'
: : their talks .z Before me the In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ji
Marion undersigned author- ?
county, subject to the demo were greatly enjoyed. Meeting Held in the City of Ocala
:: cratic, primary to be held on May 15. In the' high{ school Overdrafts, secured and un- on Friday the 9th day of :March. A.r ity personally appeared T. N. Sumner dicial Circuit of Florida-In and /

.1906. "T. E. BIGGS. department Miss secured .. .. D., 1906. and John W. Zuber tome well known for Marion County-In ,j
Clem . . 16 79 to be the
Hampton, of Tallahassee sec. individuals described in and Chancery. '
,, For Members of the School Board. retary to Superintendent Premiums on U. S. Bonds... 359 38 The following descriptions! who signed the foregoing proposed

p .I respectfully announce my candi- Holloway; Furniture and Fixtures ..... 5,494 20 been accurately made in writing having and L charter of the SUMNER: LUMBER Bessie L Davenport Complalntant,TV!
*-4acy; for re-election as a member of; Mr, A. 3!. C. Russell, of Brooksville, I recorded in the clerk's office of Marion COMPANY, who severally ack-: William R. Davenport Defendant. Or-i

.; the school board from the Blitchton; superintendent of public instructionfor : Due from National Banks i county, Florida nowledged to me that they der for Constructive Service. 1

district B. R. BLITCH. (not reserve agents) ... .. 19,968 26 The board thereupon took the signed the same for the uses It is ordered that the Defendant,;!
Hernando up -
county and Mr. R. A. petition and purposes therein set forth herein named to-wit: William R. Davenport -':';
asking for election
;. To. the Democracy of the 20th' Senator Hall, of Miami, superintendent of public Due from State Banks and and in compliance an with the laws district of and expressed. I further certify. that be and Is hereby required 10 i

ial District. instruction Bankers .......... ..... 436 01 Florida and having given legal notice I am a duly commissioned notary pub appear' to the Bill of Complaint In this :
I hereby announce my candidacy for for Dade county, made Due from approved as required by law. in an official news- lic in and for the State and County cause on or before Monday the .4tt: :

the office of state senator from the short entertaining and interestingtalks. reserve'I I paper published in above named and that my commis day of June, 1906. ")

1:: Oth Senatorial district to be voted for agents .. ...... .. ... .. 16,066 56 : board of county commissioners Ocala Florida in,-and the L sion does not expire until the 16th 'day It is further ordered that a copy; ofv:

-\ at the coming primary of May 15,, Checks and other cash items 47 09 for Marion county, Florida, have this of March. A. D., 1909. this order be published once a wee :
_ The
1906. I heartily endorse the resolution visit to the school of these Notes ot other National the 9th day of March A. D., 1906, designated IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have for eight consecutive weeks in the: *

passed by the executive committee prominent teachers and other educators the following election distrIcts hereunto set my hand and official seal Ocala Banner, a newspaper published"*

of Marion county of March 17,. was banks . ..... .. ..... 1,500 00 which are established elec- this the 23rd day of March. A. D.. 1906. in said county and state. ,
1906. asking that Marion county be a great pleasure to both the Fractional tion districts are voting)places in said L [seal] T. T. MUNROE. This 26th day of March 1906. :

; made an individual senatorial district teachers and ,the pupil of the school paper currency, county, as follows: Notary Public. [Seal.) S. T. SISTRUNK -1

I and I promise If nominated and I who hope for a repition of pleasant nickels and cents .. ....... :210 63 Boundary of Election District No. 3. State of Georgia, Clerk Circuit Court, Marion county

c.- elected to use my best efforts to carry Specie .. ....7,460 00 Beginning at the intersection of the County of Colquitt Florida. '$
Into ,effect the wishes expressed in treat south boundary of Aradonda grant Before me the undersigned author- Allred & Davis IL L. Sistrunk. ;

-- that resolution and also to serve the Legal-tender notes.1,740 00 9,200 00 with the east boundary of section 23, ity personally came T. E. Williams, to Complainant's Solicitor D. C.i j
,
: best .interests of the people. The Trial Redemption fund with U. S.rrreasurer' township 12, range 20, running thence me well known to be one of the IndIviduals 3-30. ;;
'- Very. respectfully, of the Belleview Rioters. described in and who signed

: J. G. BASKIN. The readers of. this paper have been (5 per cent. of west with said south boundary of said I the foregoing proposed charter for the -1

.44-' informed circulation) ... .. .... .. 625 00 Aradonda grant to the west boundary. SUMNER LUMBER COMPANY, and NOTICE.
of the shooting that of Marion 1
affray county thence south he
I acknowledged
.For Representative with to me that he signed
I.' occurred at Belleview some days west boundary of Marion county to the same for the uses and
ago.
To the Democrauc Voters of. Marion Total .. .. .. ... ... .164.95947 southwest corner of section 15, town- therein set forth and expressed.purposes County Judge's Notice to Executor. i
which I L
County: resulted in the wunding of
ship 13, range 19.-thence further Administrators. Guardians. J
/ easterly certify that I am
LIABILITIES. duly commis .
The kind Dollars.
many expressions coming Mr. Fore and others and nearly precipitated along south boundary of sections 15, sioned notary public in and for Etc. i
to me both through the press and Capital stock paid in... ... 50,000 00 14. and 13, township 13, range 19, and t state and county aforesaid and the The attention of all Executors, Administrators :

personal interviews, endorsing my a riot. Undivided sections 18, 17, 16 and 15, township my commission does that: Guardians and all other, J:
record in the profits, less expenses not expire until I
legislature Qt 1905. and I Ellis Warmock Sam McGill, Henry 13. "range 20. to southeast corner of the 1st day of October. A. persons exercising authority in any :i:
:.. with assurances that my services in and taxes paid .. section 15 D. 1909. matters and
Singleton 3,549 73 township 13, range 20- In witness whereof I relating to estates under *
the past were acceptable to and John Slyke, were triedat have hereunto p by virtue ,
a large National Bank thence north along eastern boundary set hand of the authority of this '
notes out- my and official
; majority of the voters of Marion county Beiieview Thursday before Judge : of sections seal this the court, is
15. 10 and 3, township 13, 26th respectfully called to sections :
__ I again come before the people of J. L. Hopkins on the charge of try- standing ... ... ...... ... 12500.00 I range 20, to the northeast corner of r day[seal of] March EDWIN A. D L... 1906.BRYAN 1872 to 1889 inclusive. Revised

t-- the islature.county as a candidate for the leg Individual deposits subjectto section 3,. township 13, range 20. Notary Public. Statutes of Florida, relatine to the
ing to incite riot.
a Thence east along southern settlement of their accounts final discharge

-:; the If elected I shall in the future as In The trial created great ,interest in check ... ... ..... .. 98.900 74 L of section, 35,. township 12, range boundary 20, State of Georgia- and removal of. for failure to

.$I past devote my best efforts to ad the to southeast corner of said section 35 County of Lowndes make such .return and reports as art
community and than
and the interest more two
the vance people. and welfare. of Total.,. ... .. .. .....164,950 47 r township 12, range 20, thence north Before me the undersigned author- required by law, and NOTICE It here-
hundred were present at the trial. The along east boundary of section 35, 26 ity personally by given to all concerned that an
.' Many important events will face the prisoners State of Florida, County of Marion, ss: and 23 township 12, range 20, to pointof L me well known came J. N. Griffin to Executors, Administrators, Guardians
next legislature of Florida and witl I were represented by Mr.Raym'ond to be one of the In- and others .
I. T. T. Munroe, President of the beginning; with voting place at L dividuals described in who have failed or neglect
; my past experience' I feel better qual i Bullock and Major L. T. Izlar. Flemington Florida. the and who signed I ed to make their returns to this courtas

.-: ified to materially aid in good legislation of Ocala. above-named bank do solemnly swear Boundary of Election District No. 32. the Sumner foregoing Lumber proposed charter for required by law on or before the
which shall be my sole consid. that the Beginnig at the Company, and he first day of June
k above statement is true to the northeast corner of acknowledged to 1906 will be required
A large number of witnesses me that he
testi- signed I
k eration.Very best of section 2, township 12, range 20, said I the same for the uses to make such settlement under pro _
respectfully. fied and nearly the whole day was consumed my knowledge and belief. point being on north boundary of herein set forth and and purposes I cess of this court and will be forth,

ED. L. WARTMANN. in the trial. T. T. MUNROE Pres. Marion county, thence south alonsr T further, f_>artlfltr +.).,.-_at expressed.T ........ 'J.-i. ___ with removed from OffiC'- ,
.4e '-'n n U"J w A"'' As
Subscribed and eastern boundaries of section 2, 11, missioned MtA144J lUln- these returns are often complicated .
to notary
sworn before public in
c for county Commissioner Henry Singleton was held over, but me 14, 23, township 12, range 20, to south state and county and for the requiring the examination of the
Lr To the this 10th day of April, 1906. boundary of aforesaid and that entire record
Democratic Voters of Marlon Ellis Warmock. John.. Slyke and Sam Aradonda grant thence my commission noes not and considerable time

county- McGill were discharged. [Seal:] J. B. BROOKS, west along south boundary of said Ar- the 30th day of May, A. D.,expire 1907. until parties desiring to make such settle ,
,- Through the adonda to ments are the
t solicitation of numerous grant west boundary of In witness whereof I requested to adVise me
!1 ;: friends I hereby announce myself Notary Public.Correct Marion county. thence along western set my hand and official have hereunto Particular day on -which they intend to

.as a candidate for county commissioner Devil's Island Tortue. Attest: boundary of :Marion county /o the 29th day of March. A. D.,seal 1906.\. this the make settlement in order that I ma, !
for the second northwest corner of Marion arrange my with others
engagements
J commissioners district GEO. :MacKAY, county, [seal] W. F.. STATEN.
of the said point being northwest having business at the office there
.1
county, ubJect to the action Is no worse than the corner of 4-5 so
of tha ensuing primary election. of Piles that afflicted terrible case HERBERT A. FORD, section 3, township 12, range 19, thence Notary Public. will be no conflict Respectfully, '

My record of fifty years residence as Then I was advised to me 10 years Z. C. CHAMBLISS, east along north boundary of Marion JOSEPH BELL. "
+ a citizen of apply Bucklen's !:- county, to point of County Judge of Marion Fla.
Marion county is the platform Arnica Salve and lessthan box beginning; with ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OP JFINADISCHARGE. County, -
a Directors.
.' upon which I stand and bywhich permanently cured voting place at Geiger, Florida, as appears 3-2-tf.. '
me writes L. .
my fellow citizens are S- of record in deed book 121 -.- -
request- Napier, of Rugles page --- ------------ _
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; ed by their ballots to Heals all 442. Register of Deeds. Marion ----------------------------
coun-
pass upon my wounds burns
and IB
candidacy. sores like magic. ty, Florida. County Judge's Court Marion County NOTICE.

k II. W. LONG. 25c at Tydings & Co.. druggists. m Board of County Commissioners. Florida. 'la Re Deceased.Estate of J. ?. Edwards, -


For Commissioner; Editor Thompson, of the Dunnellon 1 I Board IL of W.County LONG. Chairman .','OITIC IS HEREBY GIVEN TO AU. Upon motion it was ordered by the .
: Ferry'i Reed are b tit't.afu1 twnwM so Commissioners.S. whom it concern that
may
To the Voters of Marion County:- Advocate, accompanied by his mother, Tean bate beea sprat In T. SISTRUNK, on the Board of County Commissioners at
L-: ... Since their deeLpwei-baU A cenmrr 3- JsJdaJ fl.* ..tD.19OU.
it Is -5t. :
Impossible for Clerk
the court: was in Ocala Circuit Court their
of
Wednesday and spent npert care m making theta the undersigned will meeting held April 5th 1906 that,
-t house to be completed this year, and InP1or to six xh.n apply to the Hoi Joseph
i- .e believing that I can serve the people the day with Maj. and Mrs. L. T. Iz- We floww are tM-ulura in growing for Bell,judge final ot said court. as judge of probate for Ihe information of the public, notice
and a discharge
__r. .i., i; :In the of_completion and final arrangements tar, who were great friends of the ieC freed TegetaWe AUMrn*rda.*. estate of J. K. Edwards as Administratrix deceased. and of at the tke Is hereby given that the Tax Collector -
the
.. same as well as any man Thompson 0.M. FERRY& Co. same time I will present! to said
family in South court final will
in the my keej the
: ; district therefore I take this Qarolina .Oetwft. accounts as administratrix of said his books open. for
:--:: :: method. of announcing my candidacy where both families formerly lived Lob. ask for their approval. f estate and reception of :poll taxes, from April %1),
I for re-election to the office of county Mrs. & Dated this Nov. 28, A.D. 1905.
Thompson was ndC1\\ 1906 to '}[ '
on her
__ : commIssioner. from the 4th district; way to D. C, ED\\AltM.- ay 5th. 1906.
.
$ As
?. ; my official record Is well known to i Washington D. C.. .to join her husband FERRY'S ceased.Administratrix Estate ot J.7.. Edwards.de By order of the' Board of County
and I AftABANK DEPOSIT ij6a
yon ask, your consideration of who has a position in that and $ I Cimmlss
;ilt the city her oners.
J U J'3
R. R. Fare Mr. E.V
',:. 'same.Respectfully, son returned to Dunnellon on the at- taken on tuition.Paid. BEST Notes Agnew and :llr. E. S. S. T. SISTRUXK

., -; pr', "11' . : .N. A. FORT. .'ternoon train. mI and 6EORGU.AUBAM qlieapMi on earth.BUSINESS Donut delay.COLLEGE WntexHJay,Hicon.C* terday.jjjjjjjj3jj Upham. came up from Lake Weir: _yes- Clerk of Said BoarO.

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-?*! ,' Jjjj. 'S : .Miss,.Sarah. 'Taylor;' Sixty-One. 'To Miss' Sarah." K.,Taylor, PraIrie-Du. i. Tallahassee'- Fla: ;- April. T.-The KING OF ALL LINIMENTS!
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From the"SU Louis Globe Democrat.The .' .rUULCII.IPU.sCUTI.aWISIS..UJtt&SIOAU"
> 'SOCIALISM., the Governor, shows balances to the C. U RES OLD SCRLS ClUCK I. RACK .AcueH. 6UMRACOaTIrr
,
; i JOINTS, OHTBACMO MUSCCLS. RfRAINid
tq jester lowing letter from JeffersonDavis .- credit of the 'several states and educational -: > ANKLLS CORN HUKIS SMAimD WRIST.fHOJTIO _
: rctr.cent.ivmoMa. CHILBLAINS AND ALL uruuiMATiofts or liD 01 ur..
::bef; shops then a lieutenant In the army, .
; Ocala, JS'Qrll Z, 1906.
funds in the State
0-'if1i; titr to to Miss' Sarah. K.Taylor. ,, who 'subse Treasuryat ;
T0..the Editor "Ocala Banner '
:, iscvt,.ldi>?'t the ; quently became Mrs Jefferson Davis J Will you kindly allow the undersigned the close' of business' March, 31. -
-qt'dalntY was captured, by an Illinois 1906, as ollows-' .
;.tvi.1 (. } soldier I to say avword in answer to Mr, -
'
}.. ish' during the General. Revenue Fund .., .. $144,252.69
war, and is now published Sands. Eccles "Theory of Socialism -
*Hef \\' for the first time One, Mill School ,Fund.. h. 23660.40 '-a :
'caters
{ : : :
devote
to which you
put practice"
into Pension Tax Fund . .... '
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Lx
soft, : "Fort: Gibson 81,528.52 3
.Dec., 16, 1854. ,-Tis .
space' in your issue of April 6. .
> t$:and d strange how State Board of Health fund 33,783.53 -
,k "rh superstitious Intense reeling 'Eceles
Mr. has read and thought
$ beauty. renders fis Principal of School Fund .,. 3,769.50 1
but stranger stilt whataids along the lines,of socialistic argumentation SNOWSEAD
Point that phance. Interest of School Fund /.. 539,17.
sometimes brings. to support to little purpose if'he thinks to '
I rl Hire of State ConvIcts' Fund 47,760.22
?'jswf !) our superstitions! Dreams,, 'my have fairly 'met and squelched them -
ViadtW: dear Sarah Indian war claims fund.,.,. 25000.00Agricultural <
j we. will 'agree are our
.
with a line or two of quite ancient objections -'
.
r'lwtett: (is held weakest thoughts, and ,yet by dreams r. College Fund ;9,662.78Experiment
; a:.failure in a cabbage, turnip -
L are have I Station, :Fund .. 2,418.45
; rigners lately almost crazed, for they ,
: or potato patch in Marlon county
J T.ilzed In the of and White ,College MorrJH fund 4188.11, '
were : the imagination
you sleeping
or, indeed, in all. the counties of
of Colored college Morrill fund 4,419.66.
j jjalte variety painted you Dot such as I left Florida or half .a dozen other states, ,

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from. -the' you-for you: seemed a sacrifice ,to democracy of the dimensions of the University, Incidental fund 625.79 ; .
I -Jar"uY1-ind' it parents' Florida Female College Incidental "I via much afflicted with rheumatism
: your desire 1 and the bride of Unites States. There are forty or writes
p ,Cham,t>y; a wretch that your pride and sense, more other states: which will have an Fund .. ...'.., ...'. 473.59 Ed.C.Nud,lowavflle, Scdgwick Co.,Kansas,"going
Proceeds of college property about on crutches and suffering great deal of pain.
tle'
s&rt,
.1 let equally compelled you to despise; anda abundance of the above ; I Induced
t,costume mentioned fund .. .,; ..:...., ... 3333.48 was to try Ballard'Snow Liniment which
.type $ creature heretellink the on dits vegetables, and this, of bourse, applies cured me, after using three 50c bottles. ITIS THB I-
A of the day at St. Louis said that you to all other' products f commodities Experiment! Station Incidental GREATEST LtNIMENT I EVER USED;have rec-

"about fund'.. ..., ..i, ...... 187.12Colored ommended,It to a number of persons all express '
vogue to be
were. married to a Dr.
and supplies necessary to a civilized
1 of striped Normal school "conti themselves as being benefited by it. I now walk
;. skirt McLarmla,. a poor devil who served existence in the. year A." .D. without crutches, and am able to perform
l ia'aentral sha.d with the battalion Rangers." 1905. i gent fund ... ... .:I..,,. 182.82 deal of light labor on the farm." a great ." 1

r b lerOCOa.t of Possibly you may" have seen .him- Such. partial failures. I doubtlesswill' I University of :Florida, Gainesville THREE SIZES:' 25c 50c AND $1.00 ,
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# ..
Donation fund ...
taffeta tha but last w'as 40,472.22
or night the vision .
changedyou' ; continue to occur even in a '
'Hospital for Insane BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO.
Florida
were at the house of an uncle. .in
,
highly organized social democratic so- .
fire loss, fund ... ..u'" 1 9.70 ST. ,LOUIS. U. & A. :
.
,. Kentucky; Capt. McCru was walking ciety but the difference, Mr. Eceles, .

C" 4%.. with, you, when met you he left you between. capitalistic and socialistic > ,

,f> and you told me of your father and of management of industry is, just this $423,419.31Chamberlain's ..

yourself n st the same that I have n a few words:' "Whereas now such SOLD AND. RECOMMENDED 'BY.
Couqh Remedy t he
,! read in your letter, tOnight. kind, loss or failure must be borne: by the Best sand Most Poou/tar. ALL DRUGGISTS.:

dear letter ,I have kissed it", often, and Individual, under ,socialism .it will be: .

I It has driven. many mad notions from borne by the whole of society, through railroad"Mothers men buy buy it it for for croupy severe children coughs n

( my brain. Insurance Easy is it not, Mr, Eceles? and elderly people buy it for'la grippe" THE '
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Moore pros; .. Eldon,#Ya. We sell
Sarah, whatever may be hereafter, Try again! says
i I will ascribe to you. Neglected by Objection No. 2. This anti-glacial more of Chamberlains Cough Remedythan
any other kind. It seems to
you. I. should be worse than nothing; gag of equality hardly deserves notice. have taken the lead over several .other Marion Hardware Gonpqy
)
and if few qualities I \ brands. There is no question but
good ppssess I
do not do
Socialists expect nor they this medicine is the best that can be
f'f shall, under your smiles, yield a 'irult, want equality tin the sense that Mr. produced for coughs'and colds, whether '
;. it'wUl be : the is the it be a child or an adult that is HEADQUARTERS --- -
yours as grain : r .
he
Eceles has in mind any more than afflicted. It always cures and cures ..
husbandman's.' does :What they do want and never quickly." Sold by alldrtfgglsts. m. AmelYCan'Wire ,

> "It has been a source productive of will cease demanding until that object : Fencing, -
A distinguished citizen ,of North
egret ,that our union 'must separate IS' in this:, Equality of Sash :Doors and ISIinds
attained / '
',. Carolina ,declared in Charleston thata .
from earliest,and best friend, .
'
You your opportunity for man woman and
every
belief In "hell, hanging and calomel" .
test to which (the firmest of a very child to develop the best that is in Paints/Oils and, Varnishes .
were necessary to naturalizationin _
Iit few are equal, though giddy with them, under the most favorable condi- ,

;:, H >assion or bouyant with_ hopes of ions and environments 'within the Record.. North. Carolina.-St. Augustine. \ : Mill and Mining Supplies, .

:4f -
) econsiliation there may be many who power ,of the whole society,. the public .' !

brave it. From ,you I am prepared to' to provide.; The monotonous Ignorance Turpentine Snpplies, .
In view of the fact' that so many
f expect'all that intelligent and dignified! servility and superstition of the ,c'
t.f editors honors Improved'Farming Tools
are seeking .legislative
pride brings. The question as it has multitude IS, tie result and product of ,
we. suggest that all the member the
occurred to you is very startling. Your injustice, inequality of opportunity GET OUR PRICES
Florida press association? he: made j
wn answer is the most gratifying and of deliberate intention the partof .
honorary members of, that body and
me that I should 'expect from you, for the powers!! that be, to whose Interest -' ,
a special committee of the 'most emi-
e as you are the first one \"lth'born; I it is to keep them asses the muiitilde made Marion.Har4ware Company -
nent ones In the fraternity be
ever sought lif. have one fortune. ,. so ignorant as well as poor. An
I ad\isors to the governor. "
; DIr$ : you would be the, last from whom I honest, a just, a genuinely ,democratic
.
.
,' MS5 TJ expect. desertion., society contains,.no, classes as we .see ,_. ----' '

."l tt\ Srca I;<'-V's' "When I wrote, to.you. I supposed hem today, with'equality of. opportunity ,.

that you did not intend soon to return for all .there t can be none rich
.
'he.skirts; are t ,.Kentucky. I approve, entirely none
none poor; none, master, servant;
:[edL, and if of of your preference to a meeting else- making none .subect, 'where there' Is '

.::;-?}the: bias, the, where than/'at Prairie Du Chlen.'and opportunity to make a living in -H..B.MAsTERsj! ;

,;,. .'and roads to your desire to avIod any embarass-. the sweat of another's brow, then the ,

'al roaa. of widen the breach
ment which might Incentive to do so will still be wantIng -

; : jyacluaied, made. already; It cannot be greater _

!r'-'__ .' Sk. .1 than my own Did f know .,,'hen' ,you SARTOR10US... 1db '

; Skirt are would--, be in.St. ,. Louis I could meet -,.-- '

&,';.-med; and when 1'ou,' ,there; at all events, we meet in GRAPEFRUIT SCARCE.

f4::.are.either Kentucky; Shall we not meet Sarah, .

' :i:the top ..pressed' to' part no more? Oh, how I long to Desirable Sizes, Have Brought Fancy.

r fit: the Prices-Few Florida* Oranges. ,
i i': smoothly lay my, head upon brt'ftst.thq.t.. '
.
I I[!:;.c';,'T" : :.They" are long beats in unison with my own! To New, York, April 7.--.Grapefruit from ,

! d4": ..slightly'- ; at,the turn from the sickening sights of Florida has been rather scarce this ) Muslin Underwear .

' .jjrltlj' a ,small worldly dupllclfyi, and look into those week and the range for 48s to 64s has -

t-:J;'."raHng,.. .. heml. yes so eloquent of purity and love! been J6@8, while the 36s .of ordinary ..' .

. c.mostofthe' : .. : "Do you remember the "heart-ease" grade sold' $4@5. There is some

:. ;.. about I the you gave 'me? It is bright as .ever. grapefruit yet to come. Another season '

ill Nlth t :i"tha.t. o? How very gravely you ask leave of is, going to' see a great Increase in WELL! You ought to visit our '

,i',:> Palldug- skirts me .to ask". question. My dear girl, I be grapefruit crop of Florida. Ship- .

;-;:. the grounds cut have no secrets from you ', Have aright >ers who have only about 6,000 crates '

:' ses,'"and verb to ask me any* question without this year 'claim' that they will have CO tGrq. -

l'., "' even an apology, front 50,000. to 75,000 crates next. year.A Store and let us show the daintiest ,
you
aDl. ., A. :Miss Bullett ,did not:Dive me a, guard large number of young trees in _

" ',{A,material for for a watch. But If she had. do you Florida will come in bearing another
"
: mite,new this : suppose I would have given it to Capt. season, and the movement of the crops '

,.;I' | "":--de" 'lalne" McCru? But I'll tell you what she going. to be very.. extensive. line of these ,garments you have. ever td =

; h i .colser did give me-a most beautiful -and There were' very few Florida granges ; _

: ,,' equally lengthy 'lecture on my and, your on the market and fancy Valencia -

1drapy; ,, SHk harms, the which' combined once up'on Lates; sold as high as 805. This We can't fully describe itin _

1': :atd'eomes in an 'evenlpg at a fair in Louisville. i s a record almost unprecedented and 00 seen ,

> embroidered AS she was one of the subjects of conversation shows just what fancy fruit will bring

'' o:make plain we had apart from oursel-- when properly cultivated and packed

:: 4 t17. vex that evening,' you can, and I have It is only within a year or two that print but we can show'you a line of

'_;;faolards' In bla left you to guess what beside asensi- the Floridians have realized. what fancy -

;:f Ithpolka or ility of your. ,charms constituted' my _prices they could get,for Late Valncias. '

,'lremely popular. : ffense. This variety of fruit is almost
.
' Trimmings' "The reporters were' absent and! the like that from California) virtually Corset Covers that is simply great at "

seedless, sweet, skis tender, and
:(
ry..;,: coA all raiment of "Pray, what manner of messages the trade Is very partial to It. Each

'-:,0-----'.? ,0M\vo or could be prettier than Elvin. has sent year the Valencias in Florida are becoming 25c to $1.50.each.. Gowns at 50c to 8 ; ..1L
7nen4 It looks as
mbroIde> you concerning 'me I hope to attempt m plentiful.. .
pf .
r.4r-'tUidt: laces dyed to .describe harmony. I laughed though-the' growers. In Florida who ,

';<$lor shirring, at her demonstrations against the can produce the \aJenclas have a great
l
f-=$:Mf01, and very attachment. existing between myself proepest. before them. .-. $3.50 each. Skirts at SOc to $4,50, each _

:touches of gold : and a subaltern of.dragoons.But that e ** SILL
j4
ed;. an ct ..\\' and I is not a. fair game About Rheumatism.
\ between you
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I::!F Placing a it is robbing to make another' poor; Thehe is few diseases that afflict 03

iVis surfr to. be b'ut,no, she i is too discerning to at- more tortue than rheumatism and threis .
probably no disease for which sucha SKIRTS DUST RUFFLES.
'sr which HAVE .
difficult, and in
The millinery empt thing so : varied and useless lot of remedies (

_i small, .delicate success would be' valueless have been suggested. To say that it
society' of the. can be cured is, therefore a bold state- t
4ni made of "I hop you find the
"" ment to make, but Chamberlain's
4: ,';eatlrely of chl Prairie enough to amuse 57?u, if not Pain Balm, which enjoys an extensive GOODS OF AT -RIGHT
QUALITY =
PRICES
RIGHT
':'mtn8$:are mostly ; t9' please: sale has met with great success 3
of this
.in the treatment disease. One
f prey "algre'ttt'i "The griefs over which we weep .
: application of Pain Balm will relieve
I. .
;,j J'ostrteh tips are not those to be dreaded.. It is the the 'pain and hundreds of sufferers f o' r n
,
haTe testified to permanent cures by I '
Utile p'ains-the constant falling of .
;
1ntOranj'suit its use. Why suffer when Pain Balm .
tRauaed'' with tiny. drops of care-which wear away affords such quick relief and costs "4 ,"-" '-'< ::. "..t.'!.,,_ t. '.' '- '.. < .

Ih The.: the heart but a triflet For: sale by all druggist ." ... .__ "' "_,, r "' _,_ _" "' .
?.. m ... .
'
of rejoicing! that Mrs. --
:the,princess "I join you In -
:Qf' _costume, McCru Is'added to your-society._ I ad- Mr. Thomas: Appleyard.. secretary, of A \ <"" '

4 rn1 Jacksonville Saturday making arrangements : : H. B. MASTEESn
,. braid, the : could have .had. \ : 'I '
"n,ks are-due "Since" wrote you we' have' abandoned for the annual, summer : 1Iu

the position in the Creek nation rip of. this "organization. The, trip
,
.if : and, are constituting quarters In Fort this year will probably be to the

''ifstlt'd Gibson.' ,My lines, like the: beggar's! mountains of Tennessee and North __ -1

., ouHr meat:aim, ,and days, are dwindling ta the 'shortest Carolina,and. will take. p'l ('e'rlght. af- .. _

'. k r'u'i ,meeting.the editors'in Ocala .
Write spans..: ','. '. '
ilea ,
._ and ''' "Write: to me Immediately, my dear next month! ; .

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::_ OUR 'NEW. SCHOOL TRUSTEES't : GENERAL"INFORM TION.'. THE TURPENTINE:>> .MARK r. ." ,
:. .. ] big mealy"potatoes
f- ,,, .' Strauss

: $ : County. .School' Board .Meet, Canvass Gathered From. the End'of. the 'Earth I Rosins and Spirits Go a Littl Down. not

-' :".:.. ..the Returns and Declare the Results. for the Benefit of the Trade. ward. WJ can ,

-: :' Very few apples for shipment are be produced withouta
C C -- (Savannah. Naval Stores Review WeekEnding ]

;:- f; The board of public 'nstrucUon in left In Maine. April 7, 1906.) liberal amount of Royal Reserve

:: and for Marlon county met this tin A bumper fruit crop Is now predict- '

'th-, day of April, 1906, 'in special session ed for Kansa-*. The tendency of spir's turpentine POTASH in the fertil

; for the purpose .of canvassing the In one year Lee Halleck has sold remains downward, the net loss for

election returns for the special dis .
izer-not less than ; .
ten
100,000 eggs from his poultry farm at the week ending last night being 3-4
: trict elections hetd April 3. f ... .
Ions Pa. cent. It is true there was a temporary -
Martel .
reported the. same number of It must be

j---:, votes cast for Josiah Seckinger and Canadian.trult. growers ,nave-:petitioned I- splurge In the fore part ..of'the per cent. OG1U MINING UBOB4TORY.

J, L., ?Miller thereby making no elect that'express companies be plac week, .a.reaction that carl red the mao- in the form of Sulphateof .--' F, T. SCHREIBER ; -

-_ 4 tion for one trustee. The secretarywas ed underthe railway commission.Nice Consulting- and Analytical Chemist. Member
ket back to" 67 cents. *vut there seemedto of the of Chemical
Instructed to notify them that un fresh strawberries are coming POTASH of highest don, Eng.Society.Member of.the Ameaican Industry.Chemkal Lon- -

4 less one of them declines Jo serve by Into the Kansas City market.from. be no real underlying -strength and Society. -

the May meeting of the board that Texas and are bringing good prices the Improvement was quickly lost quality. 1".1"x 703. -

another election will have to be call, Growers of Cambridge, Md. have There may have been in a large measure i- OCALA -

ed to settle the agreed to deliver their tomatoes I to "Plant Food" and "Truck Farmjn are .- ., -FLA., OCt. t. If
matter. due to the fact that continued; -
-r The. Buck Pond district reported the canners on a basis of 18c. for each: .two practical books which tell of the successful Messrs. Strauss & Co, Wholesale ''Whisky
5-8 basket. shipments were made from other growing of potatoes and the other garden r
that only two came to vote and consequently L- .t ,.
Merchants Ocala Fla
Th ports to Savannah. The tQtal truck-sent free to those who write for Ufcin. ,
:" they held no election. The United Fruit Co. has decided I to receiptsof

board declared that In view of the fact add three more banana steamers io the turpentine at Sa"'' nnah for the Address. GERMAN KALI WO2l $. Gentlemen In accordance with
; New rorr-OJ !Nassau Street;; cr your.
'x"-, that no election was held and that the fleet already plying In and out of New week were 2.802 casks pf which 1,355 Atlanta.,Ga.-22)i, So. Croad -
Orleans. StreetL. nstructions, I visited [your -warehouse: r n -
=
,. jetate declares. that no district can be came here from Jacksonville andBrunswick .
.
-,;'..- abolished' .while it has any outstanding The Sulprur Springs, (Ark.) fruit making the net receiptsfor Lumber Market Advancing. the 19th, instant, and personally selected -

Indebtedness and thtt as the Buck growers! have decided to handle al this port but 1,447 casks. Comin. Is _. from your stock a sample of

:i; .Pond district has an outstanding in- their cars through the Ozark Fruit In comparatively large: blocks these Those .who have snent almost a i I ,. '
'
.,Zt.,. debtedness. Therefore it is ordered that Growers' Association. shipments from the outports were lifetime in "the timber business, and s

:?';- the old -trustees. oe r-IozI1IuLLuuvu' John B. Fowler a Boston man rather a heavy load for the market who. have witnessed thousands. of "Strauss' Royal I Reserve" ii.

: to serve "for two years longer and a claims to' have the banner flock of with no trade not :yet fully ,set in, andthis sticks upon the market without even ,.

I three mill levy be assessed. hens. In 90 days from January 1, 62 assisted in bringing about the bidder. say t that the present price whisky the analysis of which
shows it to
A petition sighed by thirteen of the hens, he says laid 2,521 eggs. declines referred to. Declines still. being paid for timber is the highest

fifteen voters of the Griner Farm, special The American farmer owns a, herd of course, quite high, and some further ever known In Pe.nsacola or any port contain: (

I district was presented asking the of the about 17,570,000 cows all told, and declines seem at-hand before rock along the gulf coast. Timber which Alcohol (by weight), per cent. :. . .36.66J -RAtj5-- --

; : board to declare the election null and produce of these cows last year Is bottom it reached and an active demand last year sold for 16 and 17 cents per Alcohol (by volume), per cent.. ... 43.61 '

3 'Told and call a new election for the figured to be worth $665,000,000. .c ines to prevent any further... foot, and which was considered r Degree proof, per cent .... . . 87,10 4ie- -i -

I reason that one trustee elect who is Many growers at Wilmington N. C.. accumulations and hold up values on good price for It, Is now going at from Residue on evaporation,. p cent. . 0.660 r- .

reported as having received eight say the lettuce crop has been damaged: a good trading basis. Weather condi- 30 to 31 cents per foot. This refers to Ash, per cent. . . . . . 0.011 .

Q out of the fifteen votes was not fairly I fully 25 per cent by the,. et weather tions so unsettled business north and averages of thirty feet and 'ver. Averages Reducing sugar, per cent. ... : . 0.225 / ::1

--.';. elected as ten of the, voters declared and prices are low in onsequence.The west in the last half of last month of twenty feet sold freely for Volatile acids, per cent . . . 0,027

they did not vote for hlnv and that the Fruit Growers Association In. that the spring demand for turpentinewas 24 cents. Amyl alcohOl (fusel oil), per cent. . 0.073

; .. managers let one man vote twice. and Colorado have decided not to Import held back but the general opini6n The advance during the week

and for other good reasons. Japanese labor to gather fruit as had I Ii is that ,it must start up soon with j I 1 amounted, 'almost a cent over thatlot The above results show the whisky to bea

': On account of the-above complaints i been planned. but will Instead usehome' great vigor. The manufacturers using the week previous. Where the carefully blended brand of high grade

k the Grin r Farm elections returns labor If they can secure It. It seem to look forward to an'excellent -I prices will stop is a question that is and that it has

: were not declared and the matter deterred Reports from Dover, Del. are that year's trade In their products. now confronting those who are compelled been distilled from a clean, pure grain mas

: t until the May meeting' of the the battle with San Jose scale that has The greatest Interest I this week was to buy at the present quotations. The.amount. of fusel oil. and of volatile acids is very low.

rr";*-'. *T board., been raging for some, time has been centered on rosins where there was' a. Furthermore there Is Immediate Respectfully

_b(: The. following mIllage ':was declared won and that the fruit .crop will be marked weakness apparent right along relief In sight. The supply Is not F. T. SCHREIBER Chemist .,

f- : and the following trustees declar: large. Blackberries, however, have resulting in sharp declines especially sufficient for the demand. This is ,.2;

I:1 I ed elected for their respective districts been winter killed.of on the medium and pale grades, ]partly' due to the fact that many of .. "-

:4 Fruit _HfIIITTIIla__ _. _V.. .T .QA. .. ':
;, -- nu W.. ..i the total losses for the week behu I the mills are editing; lumber for the ii

4' Ocala. No.1.. three mills. ; B. -A. alarmed at the rapidity of spreading 40 cents on white wash, wlndowglass- interior market, which offers -oetier FOUR FULL QUARTS J3.EO EXPRESS PREPAID. iJj

1 ..'Weathers, W. .T. Gary";" J. Edward I of the San Jose scale. Many orchards, X. M. K. 10 cents -on I.; The lower inducements to them than to cut tim .

__ trustees. which bore fruit'a year ago, now showno grades ber for r -. '..-
export. There
are not spared but' their losses Is a big demand -
; --
-b.- J llclntosh.9 No.- 2. three mills; J.*K, I signs of life. It is said that thescale were much smaller but ten cents on H. all over the country for lumber, and

__- Christian W/G. Norsworthy, E." Boyer is much worse than a year ago. and below. The receipts .for the week it is selling at exceptionally: good .

trustees. At Fason, N. C., spring onions have were 5,855' barrels of prlces.-Pensacola Journal. ,
which 808 were
,
Bellevlew No. 3, tbre mills; E. A, been a fairly profitable crop this sea pales 236 mediums and 2,492 H. and STRAUS' & coJ

% .. Polly. R.: C. Ridge A. L. Mott trus.: son. The-shipping Is about over. Beansare below. This' Is an extraordinary* large Hon. A. P. Jordan, editor of the ..

vtees. being planted and preparations for proportion of the lower Punta Gorda rferald has been induced .

_ FantTille- No;; 4, .three, mills; J. B cantaloupes and strawing the berry to some stuff late in. shipping.grades Soon due .to announce forthe state legislature Sole Owners and Distributors. \;1

c-- George, trustee crops and planting corn are also en- the of on the platform of the division of
receipts these
t grades will forma ,
-'r; :::: ; :' : '. --' :- '" : -h DeSota county into three OCALA.
i
-
; r.s. counties.
Dunnellon No.5. three !1Is min
: R. H. very r part of the total. The FLORIDA
Sanders: ,. -Wm. Griffith. S. :..lNiblock.. The.' Cape C'3! Cranberry f1-ow'r?' ," -eceipts of pales are very small a* The movement seems to be a popular ,
I
-v trustees. .- '--o. : hr. .. ''en a'reo : :n :. : I 'et, but of course it is a matter of one, especially In the Punta Gorda and -

& .- lo.-ne of $201; :rom tho sta _. I Wauchula sections and the -
R ddlck. ?To; 6. tree -milisr! L. 3.: > :ict. ;ut a short time before- they will be I advocatesof 1

Ft --Light" J. H. ileffert 'j; C. Dup. : :3, tu.a! e.iperime ; st:. Lo. .foi U.;- pt i\r aming in more freely, as natural at county division have exercised

:'trustees: pc.;8 of stuJyic ; the 'ture ,; ;:dib'-: ; I j .::1Is.. time of year. good judgment in bringing out such a McMillan Bros.

of .vi : us t: id : isect ; injurlo-.a strong candidate the
M yville, No.. 8. three mills; H. a .1 tl- )j If rosins should go below $3.00 fort as editor of the

t:. I Morrison, C. F. Waterman' W..B. C ,;- cr .it. ry' ; JL the rsv sing of son; :t U. rosin, with other grades propor- Herald.-St. Augustine Record.
..' manE 'ei I : Southern
or : ; sxtf JL11t10n..vnt..ll .
....r8in. -- trustees.. \. Co.t I Jonate in firif****. and cnfrltajo ..--- -shnn1.---.- Copper Works !
'. .' :.Welrsdale, No.9. thr e mills; S.. wn.co; frOiii Lyonj, below 57, cents this season, it would UcIVER and MACKA ) J Manufacturers '
-: Gates W .C. Blakk France that $300,000.worth of apples of Turpentine Sti)
,E. J, Lytle, trusVtees. be an unprofitable season to the 'producers ,
were Imported from. Canada to France
.
I x and factors, said a Savannah and
t:$ -"'# Cltra, No. 10, three mills; J. B. Bor-- last summer and fall, and says that: factor, "I have gone carefully over i General Metal Workers. ',J
Lyonese
land. W. J. Crosby, H. M. fruit dealers"who have imported the
Oyer. trustees accounts of the past year and I "
L-'* t .' American apples think L $
/, i they
realize
that those are but the limited -
,., Buck Pond No. would be as popular .as Canadian apples i R
,; 12. three mills; J. E. figures at which producers could do Old Stills taken '
in
: Pedrick, J. B. McGehee/J. D.s;'"'!z glsn, if-they were packed as well. business! this season and come out FUNERAL through the exchange for new ones Patching j:

4z* ,*.". trustees. Minnesota leads tie: butt;' r.nduc- evenlet alone- make wire will country a specialty. Orders by mail or $
money
receive
-' ing states, espo >'ly ':! t... i propor- prompt attention at either
: Sparr No. 13, two mills; ..1. W.: Luffj. 4. <,0:: number tionate to the capital invested and following works of the .1
: of farmers -(rJerlt1ve .. .
.
-.:'0 man- S, Slrell A. J. Stevens, trustees. creameries. brains and energy exercised In the DIRCTO'JS. .. .1

i- '. 'Candler, yo. 14, three mills; Albert: The 700 creameries of the state carrying on of their business. We are -1---i : F I ,

i. -: .McClain. T. 'E. Pritchett, 'J.- X.' Marshall are prosperous work and are doing satisfactory not expecting prices, to range at or Have a full slock of Coffins eH8ke FAYETTENLLE H. C. SAVANNAH, i GA,
1- trustees. for more than 60,000 milk nnd Burial J
> below these figures, and I merely men- Outtits. SwcMgiven to JACKSONVILLE FLA
producers. A.LA'-
MOBILE.
Here
Fellowship are some figures of Burial services.
_ No. 15, three mills; V. tion the matter to show that a tremendous -

i M:: Seckinger "W. B. Rawls, J. L. Beck, the strawberry acreage in various Arkansas change has come over the industry Embalming! to Order .. ----- -
j: *" trustees. ._ cities: Gentry 400 acres; Exeter ----- -- --- rr _.
v in the _. e
: past few years. The '-u.u, u.. __
125 'h''''
b Springdale .
;
800.
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Electra, No. Decatur
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16, three mills -
; J. C.. higher values of last year are not an M HH H B H HHBH8HHBBBHmH
shipped 32 cars last I B HHMBHM B
'.\.. Pilans, J. A. Morse J. P. Holly trus- year and will probably accldelit., they were a necessity and Jerry Burnett
./. tees.J ship 40 this season. % We Never
the
maintenance of prices above the Disappoint Our Pat ntsl
"
-: "' Blitchton, No. 17, three mills;. R. A. The Bad Boy Problem.- ones I have mentioned is requiredfor Merchant -
r Sanderfer, S. .H. Blltch Fulfill Brinr Proms!
W. L. Aikins, the safety of those engaged in the and Bavir Hold Cut Fal..IIIII.
t; -
.. 8'rlo'ue
trustees. ... WE CURE wlU.ou, lbs knife
Judge Chas. H. Laney producing of naval stores and of those paba 01' det..UoD ol'beal1.aa4 VartooMle'WiiJ-..
judge of the iron
I L Martel, :''o. 18, two mills; D. A. who advance eared nerer to r.toro, Without bssI.u. iwnrarioos BI'# "*."T'
Pensacola municipal money for Its carrying f Tailoring. m.reurr or nlaml utmr! Lou .( X 33If
Clark. J.'II. Brooks, trustees. i' court Is discussing on.' : -' VlrorPo ttlTel7eor.PIr'1 f'
The
the "Bad Boy Problem" :: Dr.Slag MediC!&!Co.li laititaUoi orguliedai_
,- Ft.. King. No 19, three mills. ; A. P. throughthe I I Ian ot UI.tut of GeorgIa for (*. trwtment u4 obrdI
-4 columns of the Pensacola Journal I Ocala, Florida. BerrmuuiennmladlMuei. Dr. N. K. King lbs :t____,
J. W.
Geiger Lutrman George Wilson. tfcli
; W. J. Yonge, trus ; I I Lt1eeI1thth1efeonInhiInaEet&hIt, bIjUM $
and other t>,a
among things ius of cotioeat
tees.- says: ----- Finest Imported and* 7' Ourinccei pbyslcl&ns ud rarteoni.
I la Ut
-- "All trtttmeotof chronic dnuu! _UlWI'
the. bad
boys are not waifs In led; v'aw boUnedictlaod
Capulet. No. 29. two mills L The friends of Domestic Cloths. electrical afendei. f
t ; W R. the street Some Mr. George W. Wilson t_ Oar offices ire equipped with ail the Bilvinlc ftnUUc W Mt
of
.." S : Green, A, B. Fort- C. E. Foglestrom them are well editor of the Times-Union, will t -, 9 lea.eontriranoe%-raI,Ttole' rtr and FtoKarty; In fact, erery elKO***
housed koowa to
the
and 1 medical profusion. Ov..tcariac $
sumptuously fed. fault Cutting
-. trustees.. be pained to learn of his illness. a Specialty 1 modern ia CT.ry rupeet, and ve employ Done but tie W '
N ._
: trained
lessly I and
dressed
j and Fits efficient
carefully Guaranteed. &tsendintaregulszly *
groomed. qaallied tradut
Linadale No :21. two mills; C. ,A. Mr, Wilson isn't "our kind"of a I and licensed physicians being in charge.
-IfcCraney, Michael"Rigdon, J, They sometimes come down to the police man;" because he "more' __ 4'k\ Ii We employ no aileloadlag.'. me *. to ecure patlenti Jill
'- B. court under assumed is evenly \i <-t\ % 4'tWt cythli ptrou&ge.so C.0. D or unasked for liieratnn ar.eent oj]
names and tnttotloa. Oar
c Booth tenu for treatatt .."
trustees. tempered" than it arerage fro *-
to
we: but we do i 110.00
sincerely 'W per month.wsdlelnu
go away without the j Included tad we give tlie taaf
r ,Cotton Plant No. 22: three mills community knowIng regard him ance of a core within a specified tone.
:; as
one of the bis1 1 I Education MY BEST
: of their Mail REFERENEIS
--s v J'1 ? cinad"When by CHRONIC DISEASE W $aocebuU7.tYut&afte? '
f S. Weathers, B. I. gest hearted
.. Freymouth, D. men, with as due consideration M i lUeb.. sently care su crosio &iea'
... .
Kidney ,
a
boy No an4 BJadd.
uarco.- ,Irust goes wrong, nine times for leaTtag home or employment &get an edacation. 1\tIV Ruptnre mroblN, EhevlD
s. the 'f.'J
I in ten. at welfare and rights of i CUUz enly spar*time stadjiiigtt home. UNTILCUREL' 'P4IJJ Dlaeuel. Tumors U1c11'oee1e. Drttss. Lout, etc., In4 all J'rfYaJI
some period In 1114
Orange Lake, Xo. 23. three his life,, his fellow Bookkeeping, AriUunetio, m&UPIn' tro11b1t atarrh .tJ:
mills; D. there man as anyone AJgebra, Geometry, Nose. Tbxoat, Head md Lnn8 !
we have
N. DIaeU81
GmrRetot K. .
has been some fault In :hls home ,Science,HistoryJjoin-etc- KINcLM. D. Chronic of Ey W
DUeaies
11. Irvine. D. H. Burry C. E. Cork, training.. ever seen in public life. Tkr*... /Tellpt B7 IIaU. Teacher aided Cwt,, PwyS.OIAM. Vin&tarslDlacberges,and of Women laeb Inch. u DtipltcemaM.
to we knes
pass examination loyrs.of success. Wr.te B' SoodaI regirdlng es of women.
trustees. Catalogue your condLtloa
Get up George! and free.AddrecaI end UI0D ire tick or afflicted. On rwjoot 11
get
The "smile of approval" at a boy's out! We I : 1.IID1ESl'alatka.FJa. you tar liurktore.IneladlnK trmptem banks for home treatatnu
Moss B1uff Xo. 25. three mills; J. T.Lewts. misconduct miss you and want to see you!"- COXSCLTATIOIf. llNATION AND ADVICEfFKEE '
W. Fort. :M., H. :llorriso ,, Is by the older ones in the Jacksonville Floridina.Mr. I -- DR.KINGMEDIOILGO.. =&riett 1ft.Fk..c: flff1-Ga.
trustees.. community often the starting pointin I tI._
j --- _.. ;; :;:
----------- "J"
: a boy's downward -
t. course. .
: ; Chas.
F lrfieht. No. 26.- three mills; E. J. The S. Emerson of the Fort It Will. .
boy sbould.1Ye our most tender Pierce News .
s- .. Smith A. )1. Mathews W. t. Yonge, has bought out a con-1 .
trustees.c .. consideration. When he does the trolling interest in the Tampa Daily ;. .

: Le'von. Xo. 28. three roms; c. E. least thing: off-color he should be Times and has leased the Fort Pierce S.
talked to kindly but' < Pay You A.
firmly and sev- News to Messrs.
I uc1us.trustees.. J. Y. Hicks W. A. Redding, erely. formerly of this J.county.S. Geiger This and seems son. Standley & COr< :

Like the old farmer in the "blue to be 1
: i back: a good You
Pedro. Xo. 29. three mills; S. G. spiller move all round. Mr. IF' have'any Real Estate
he should -first I c
4 I ., Lovell. ,. p A. Snow, .M. M. Procter, be persuaded Emerson 1% making a good paper of to sell, t
with .
trustees. words and if they prove unavail the Tampa Herald and the Messrs. -' :T- The Pinnacle of Human *Silt
ing l then ,
the hot end .
of
hickory' G ORYou're
switch eiger.
KendrIck: ; No. 30. two mills: G: B. father and son, will make a F-4-- ;J
might prove extremely efficacious.Our Has been reachet" carrIU
good in
.Chappell, C" L paper of the Fort our j
Grace .1., 3. Gue1rey,;; Pierce News; thinking t
forebearers .
found IF coming :
much
merit in -
# otM1st es. a bundle of Switches I to Florida for a home buggies and harness. The only wal-
and in the It .
Is
evolution
Returns rumored ,
that
tor Pine Hon.
-Level Nat
Oak lIiU]I R. Wal-
'. of a "bad boy" into a "good keri11 they can ever be better Is to raIseJh :
man" be
and Cotage 'Hill not receIe& a candidate in the
i they have often coming OR -:: .\
-p-: .1 ,:I The secretary; was instructed to pay played a conspicuouspart primaries to represent Waukula COun- pinnacle-elevate the

:t .. a11 managers and clerks oIt of the re. and ,there Is still virtue In some ty.In. the Florida legislature. I You desire to inyest in standard'a
_ of Mr; [F any then
___ '. these ancient and 1 kind even our vehicles : _'
simple Walker of
relics is Florida
< specUve not
;, :1 district tunds two dal1ar per which an editor but Is almost property, ;
/
unfortunately in the lives of ,good enough to at 111
the
'.: dar be one. He has bad top. They are not so high i
'j :.c,.' There being some boys have found their, way into large experience T.OSEE -, S
,
with
further .
no, busIness the legislation both -
S.
the prices. though l
garret 1 of rea
as to be out
at
",. board adjourned to"meet first-Monday Tallahassee and. Washington City OR WRITE \ SI ,
iI -- In r-- and people of Waukulla
.. A pair of J-; Evf -
___ .: our White House .
w.D.CAUN. :: will make your feet shoes wIlLsee, that he becomes a mem J I..H. / ,
glad. New UY/HGSTON -
: low ber & SONS'OeILA. you<< figures:
quarter of
tf: 4'-. '. Secretary. styles just In; for men and our law making body. Colonel ,
women. The
Fair. ,
Nat Is
x. a goodafloui4 .
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fellow. -
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4.' ::flERUN. 'CORRESPONDENCE Since definitions change with the lapse DAISY NO. 1. muda grass having the appearance of BELLEVIEW BULLETINS. already planted and for planting the

" I of time Kentucky blue grass certainly did .
no man can tell exactly what -
" remainder of the field cropa. Oats are

; t "Cfsme'of the Disciples of the all was included in the early church The weather is dry but pleasant.The make a kind of home like feeling run Mrs, Williams and her daughter, '
looking well not withstanding the cold
t -.the{ 'Chureh rf God Disputed.Corespoadence government Even if he"knew what it roads hard and dusty. Quite a through dries veins. Mrs..
who
. .' ... ... Keys, have spent the win- weather and need of '
.- ; was, it is absurd: to think a form of L. D. Stark has sold his farm near rain and the '
.
number of visitors into little
. poured our -
Ocala Banner. ter here left
''s; 1al government that suited the apostolic Evinston to O. D. Huff, and will make Monday for their home in farmers are looking forward to a good y
5: : Sitar February 23rd place the. past few days and are Massachusetts.
1'h8eekl1 age would suit all ages! God furnishes McIntosh his temporary winter home, t harvest.
signed by W. O. i registered at the, boarding house of Miss _
; article Sophia Reinoehl, who has as-
taiiie4[ an
spiritual life and then until he gets settled again. We hope
leaves us to
Mrs. and Miss Marsh. They report The health of this section is excellent
It was a reply to an article sisted Prof. Green In the school left
wil1iams will make it
manifest the life in any form suitableto they permanent. .,
= to that time and everything in good shape at Astor Monday for her home
j at Starke.
rf itte previous! the age in which we-live. All life E. C. Hutchinson and wife have had
w he preached them duringxtla. ;: I where they hail from. Astor is, as Monday evening Mrs. Tremer Mr. J. E. Broks the Cove Bend farmer -
facts as time with sick children of late gavea
ve. in forest and field is alike, but different quite a ,
!everybody knows one of the prettiest was in Gaiterville Sunday and
he held in this vl- large party, complimentary to Miss says
::.th9 tso-tneeungs in form. So It church' two of them seriously 111 for several .
any -
government '
little places in Florida.Mr. his corn is far in advance of in
you will kindly give met Slaughter who has the any
' if spent past four
1Ji1t1, tnd_ : has spiritual life In it, the form days, but we are glda to note all are
Claude Proctor was a caller here this part of the county. .
I would months here
with
valuable paper Dr.and Mrs.
: paee hi fOur has nothing to do in settling the claim much better now, and we hope to see Slaughter. -

"j'inkcpla1n to the gentleman what to divine origin. 'I Saturday and reports things pleasantat them aU'well in a few days. .. Miss Slaughter left Monday night Mr. D. L. Aiken, of Lakeland was

,: and before I am through Patrico. Colonel O'Hara, who has for her home at Jackson, Ga. here last week and said Lakeland 'Is
Seco'nd. the to
}J'sect; faith without works in be l-I Fruit on orange trees seems
the reputation of being the king among all 0. K. these days. While here he
where God 'The
' to show me closing exercises of our school
,. .; t 'b"k him ing the sick. If Christ called Luke to be setting fine for a heavy crop, and
:.: at all the good natured men, honored our burg last was the guest of his father-in-law
r'established church on Friday evening were enter-
[ I very
.any
( preach, and the Acts of the' Apostles this fall will see McIntosh her old, self '
with a visit the other day.It 'Mr. W. T., Strickland.
: bf Pentacost First I want to call tertaining and showed that teacher ,
* 3.y refers to him as the beloved again.
' to: p:1yst-1: is pleasure to report that everybody and pupils had done good work. While Mr. Henry Tombllng of Tampa was
*. his'attention clan," there must have been a The popular merchant, postmasterand
What is a Sect? here are well and. enjoying life all did well we think Walter Liddell in Gaiterville Sunday the guest of his
vegetable broker J. K. Christian
for medicine.. and
Yes James, another -
( the practices of the 'to the fullest and Lorena Freeman deserve specia'mention. brother-in-law. Mr. R. D. Stokes, -Mr.
:ria defending "his horse "Old Bill
; apostle, tells JS that the medicine traded buggy ,
} ; Come over, Mr. Editor, and let's go Tombling was at one time a resident .
Prof.
(' of'God. the writer resented Green presented Miss
,. .Chuich ( is to be, used even in connectionwith with the gypsies this week. That lot
I fishing. .I think we could catch one Lorena with of Gaiterville and all gave hlm-a hearty -
f $5.00 for the
church gold piece
said was aaectl" a
that ,
she:idea. the of gypsies have gone but )Jr. Chris-
: prayer: of faith. He says let i '
there is hand shake.Saturday .
he as a large cat fish turned best attendance.It .
.In. defining the word act- the elders "anoint him with oU"-an tian is anxious to see another lot #
loose In the river with a large shingle was a "business day" in .
j has been the custom for several
that
Webster say "a sect
i !i makes, expression that covered tlie apostolic come. He still wants to trade horses.
tied to him. I can catch him if the Mining City Among those from
; you to. have the after
.f &'heresy! ;,where he found such a materia medica. The cabbage growers are all happy years a picnic day '

Webster'tay3 can catch the rest. school closed for the and Gaiterville there )\'ereYessrs.: A. 1- .
: not known. pupils friends
Is
and other
:definition Third, wearing gold and the prices of cabbage
or costly appareL Mr. Harper and his best girl at Ross, J. G. Ruckes W. L. Jordan Mas-
denom- were of the school. The picnic of last Sat- ,
:: thala: sect is a' "religious This sect has shot wide of the truck through this section has created
at Grahamvllle and ter Thomas and "
preaching
Sunday George "Uncle Joe.
' And sectarIan- urday was a very pleasant one.
: laitlon or"school" as meaning of I Peter 3:3 4. The Bible i considerable interest and several land
listened to a very fine sermon from Among those from Ocala Miss There is some party or parties quite
; ism" is devotion to a seet, any folN delights fa making absolute that whichis I deals have been made. were
the .Rev. Cunningham and of course Leila Farris M Cecil smart of late. They ,seem to enjoy
denomination Is "a secta- ssrs. Bryant
lawerof'a: Mrs. Waddell, wife of Conductor
relative, and relative that which is i|
enjoyed the drive and boat too several boats
going returning.Our Walter Nelson and Sidney Maddox riding as of late
< absolute. Instance: "Let us not love i Waddell of the Atlantic Coast Line, is ,
roads are much in needof have been borrowed and one has not
very Mr. C. L. Bittinger of Ocala attended ,
the Wordy "heresy, has quite a -
But in word and tongue but in deed and j visiting Mrs. G. A. Flewellen. .
to the fallen tim been returned. But it will
some one remove the school entertainment yet maybe
? deferent 'meaning-being defined by I Mrs. Sutton and her sister-in-law Friday
in truth. Is it a sin to love in word .
ber with which they are becoming yet.
::,>Webster"a fundamental error in and tongue? No. It simply means Miss Sutton, from Atlanta, Ga. are evening. :
| blockaded between Grahamville and Rev. Mr. Dean made business The Gaiterville Improvement Socie-
d trtne." Sq. we can only cay that'bere6 that loving in deed is better, and must visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Means. a tripto ".
j Daisy. A certain young man drives Ocala Tuesday.Mr. ty is progressing nicely. Several new
; >', may belong lo a sect, but asect be added to word-love and togu-- They have been spending .the winterin .
the road at leas, once a week but : Arthur Hardaker, of Martel members have joined and others are
( is'not'neiessarily a "heresy. AU south Florida and have this ,
" love. Now take Peter's language: gotten
the\ makes no complaint for fear tot: giving was a guest of the Slaughter family expected to Join at an early date. .
- religious: denominations including far-back returning to Atlanta.
"Let It, not be that outward adorning
A.
himself_ away. last Sunday. Mr. H. Ross has his new house
"Chur of God are sects. For one :Mr. E. W. Rush made a business
of wearing of gold and costly. apparel, :
The new shop is, running at. full Miss Emma Washburn }one of the nearly completed and will soon move y
;;rto; contend otherwise is an evidence of but let it be the hidden man of the trip to Inverness this week.
' blast, the blacksmith, Mr. Johnson, Into itFishing
Marion hospital nurses, spent from
!ignorance or phalrsalcal bigotry. Rev. Sam White is at McIntosh and
heart. Is it a sin to wear gold, or I
that'the is be the of
order
business'is getting
says good. .
Friday until Monday here with her
" Since this much is written, it may began protracted services in the Chris-
any nice thing? No. It simply means the day and the fish are biting w 1L-

"P pot be amiss to note another strange that the inner adorning of the heart tian church here Monday night, Prof. parents.
Mysterious People. Your scribe finds Sunday to be along
:Mrs. Slaughter left Tuesday for a
'f contention. The sect called the of will lead the
it' Wilson Kentucky,
that
is so much more 'important
The line lonesome here of late. He is
' ofGod" in Blitchton .claims dividing between sanity and six week's visit to relatives at Guthrie day
Caurcl. singing.
this
should not. be neglected. Yet insanity is much finer and more difficult Ky., and Jackson. Ga. Dr. Slaughter wishing for the coming of shorter- i
into active operations in
Jo have come ..
- sect, claiming to be Infallbly correct :
to trace than days. Well 'well. Happiness and
: to back to many people sup- For a Weak Dr''estion. accompanied her as far as Ocala.
1880 and pretends' run
; yet .
has put a false interpretation upon pose; In fact, few persons take the Mrs. Washburn, president of the local pleasant dreams to the editor and
\\i Pentecost! It is passing strange that off No medicine can replace food but
this scripture, and cast gold
trouble to think about it. staff. .
Possibly no Wi .
C. T. has
delegate
Un
tvOtherjsecta had been saving souls by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver gone as a -
buttons, finger rings, neckties and everything man who excells in anything, is, in the Tablets wil help you to digest your to the state convention being held "* "UNCLE JOE."

;;: the'millions, and that the only true they fancy the apostles did true sense! of the word, absolutelysane. food. It is not the quantity of food .i .--
in this week.
<4 hurch of.God." had been asleep for taken that gives strength and vigor to Gainesville :
not i Wear! But the matter of dress, ANDALUSIA PENCILINGS.
'" ,
the system, but the amount digestedand Miss Pauline Canther of Candler. {
beats Van Winkle
That Rip
i.S80; -
years
like the matter of church government assimilated. If troubled with -
The excentricities of poets, *musicians a Friday to attend the
came over picnic
t !t In 1886, six,years after the above is left to the'taste and good sense of weak digestion, do not fail to give We are now beginning to have real
artists writers, sculptors, etc.
I World these Tablets a trial. Thousands and remained until Monday the guestof
datee. a, book, "What the Be- summer weather.
men in every age. There is no such may be given as examples, and have been benefitted by their use. her sister, Mrs. Pelot. '

J +:ves.:' was written by fourteen emi- thing as an apostolic pair of breeches! amongst smaller men than these the They only cost a quarter. For sale The entertainment given by' Mr. and -
Messrs. Hulme and J. G. Spurlin
I ',wnt scholars and it gives a "brief" on If the "Church of God" would primp by all druggists. m Mrs. Allen Hobklrk last Friday night
same rule holds good. As soon as a the commercial here
were among men
:ipthe origin of the "Church, of God" and like an apostle ,it will have to discard man becomes thoughtfully absorbed in CITRA NEWS NOTES. This week. ; was attended by a large gathering and

l.rires: : its birth In the year 1830. This tunic and was greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Hobkirk
buttons and wear a. .a one direction his perception of thingsin -

would. put them fifty years closer to loose over cloak bound to the girdle other directions become blunted. The tourist season Is c'sed. Mr. BLITCHTON. certainly did h nor to the occasion as

; Pentecost,, but still it would seem and Mrs. L. s. Brooks of Maynard a hostess and 'caused to
; with a big string! A pastor once "sklnn This it is that accounts for much thatis everyone passa
ttrange.that the-only true "Church' of Mass. Mr. F. P. McWhorter of-Nash-
; most agreeable evening .
for the big
":,'*"" d' the women wearing abnormal in the people around us. Landis and Loomis Blitch are visiting ,
.God."wu'Jeft' in the lurch for 1830It been born ville, Tenn.; Mr. John Couper of Nor Messrs. G. C. Butler and Ab Webs-
., trumpet sleeves. Having It may not be too much to say that their friend, Johnnie Edwards at ,

seems, however that while when the small sleeve, was in style most crimes that are committed comes folk Va., being the last to leave the Inverness. ter have been in our neighborhood for .

J the,+Church of God" described by this .: / Mansion Mr. Couper and family the
: the scriptural past few days. The former had a
he thought that was. from this abnormality or madness Worry kills more people than work ,

, .book r was professedly "without spot sleeve! But God has left us no pat- -"F. M." came a month ago for Mr. Couper's because more people tackle it. car load of very fine horses and mules

.3e t,, Tniakle; or such thing," the health which greatly improved.
. any and was [for sale.* .
terns by which to cut dresses Daisy Items, No. 2. Speaking of work calls to mind the

; -aectat: Blitchton claims a still different breeches. The fact is He expected 'us The weather is now very fineand Miss Couper has a fine voice, well cultivated beautiful orange grove belonging to Mr. Chester Powell formerly' of -

" origin. "as different as day is from of Ills and has added much to the Ocala have ''moved to this place and
to improve on. the garments the farmers are busy planting. Rev, Mr. Crumpton near Blitchton. It
; .niffbt! ,"bursting forth'In absolute pleasure of the guests and others. is making 'his home with Mr. Will
Son and of the apostles. And there is No season of the year is more pleas- is unequalled and is the pro-

:perfection in the year 1880! If it is absolute The guests of Mrs. E. A. White Butler. The young .folks are glad to
: no such thing as an prohibition ant than when the farmers are busy duct of faith, industry and good judgment -
. more perfect than the born In have left Miss Hoss who will
one except extend Mr. Powell a welcome for .he
of'gold about the person. -or any sowing unless it Is when they are busy Mr. Crumpton' is an earnest ,

IBO,, what will the next one be? andWent the remain a few weeks longer.Mr. I and industrious brings .with him his two.beautiful and
' ornament that improves appearance reaping their crops. preacher an farmer.

,. : Well. perhaps the next will bet of God's workmanship. True religion Rev. Harmon Martin preached three and Mrs. J. L. P. Bishop, of New He never sits around and frets, whines charming daughters, Miss\ Ebbie and

like leblzed -without beginning York, are at their residence here for a J1is_ Everline Powell They will add
will. exercise taste, good sense, most interesting sermons at this place and complains at the success and the \

;. days,of end of time! to character of the few weeks. Mrs. P. P. Bishop will return prosperity of others. very much to our social circles. .
and conscience as last Sunday and we are glad to say

i 4, ,, I'"The Church of. God." ornament .and the amount used. that he helped to reorganize the Sun- with them. Citra has enjoyed Our good neighbor, G. M. Richard A ,certain young lady. has a pug

>; -y: do' not contend with an organ This has not been written for a day school here. He will again fill very much her stay and hopes she will wants the legislature to advocate a dog, a present from the young man

isation about the name it assumes. but simply to open her house next winter. good fence law. The farmers all who recently came up to see her from
newspaper controversy an appointment the second Sunday. He -
f Any sect has an Indisputable right to Hon. E. L. Wartman is campaigning Tampa.
, give the plain facts lIt the case. is very popular here and his sermons know what thIs means.

,name .itself .as :it pleases. We have In conclusion will insist on the gen- are very much enjoyed.Mr. at present. There seems no doubtas Rev. A. L. Prisoc preached Sunday Mr. J. D. Hobkirk, of this place,

s therefore, no criticism to make, against to his return to the legislature. spent Sunday at the Meadows with
can find morning and evening at Blitchton. His .
tleman to ,show .us where: we Oliver Johnson and Mr. :Fred .
I 'th Tmere name of the sect called "The W. H. Crosby has trannsformed the his son-in-law Mr. James Ausle)'.
where Christ sermon to the unconverted was
in the New Testament Wellhorner paid Mr. and Mrs. A. P. appropriate -

: Chucrh, pf God." Rut when the impli9tt established any church on the_ day Marsh a visit here Sunday.I H. B. Stevens place by additions, paint effective and eloquent. Under Rev, 'W. R. York of Cttra preachedan

,t i, is made that there Is no church and whitewash, making it one of the the influence of his happy and excellent sermon in the 'school ,
of Pentacost .am sorry that "June Bug" inter-

}E: ,'4t;God except the one bearing that Sincerely, fered with the people of Daisy but as most attractive places in town. graphic illustrations, his'touching ap- house here Sunday afternoon. It was

| *jHnctfVe title, )we file a most em1hatla'protest. OXE WHO ATTENDED THE MEET- he crowded the season he must call The home of Mrs. Bishop is receiv- peas, deep pathos and resistless eloquence heard and enjoyed by a large- "con

f;: The Church of God.ttrkdp ing a coat of cream, with trimming gregation.Miss .
( his 'intelligent and earnest audience -
ING. again. I don't think he will now give

J ;; inQ speaking, is composed of those .. any trouble as the weather is so warm. of cinnamon brown improving very were stirred: to great enthusiasm Julie Jirkins, of Citra, was the

; ave Consecrated themselves to much its appearance guest of the- Misses Burleson .last
GRAHAMVILLE. Call again "F. M. as you give the

! :and. .!are trusting in Jesus Christ The town council has levied a citj Prof. M. II. Brown .has invited allof Sunday.
people such good advice, I think some

; :t!;'salvation, ,and these are found in ){r. and :Mrs. Clarence Priest, of of the mothers and daughters needed tax first for several years, with vie his pupils to his home next Saturday There will'be a meeting at the

>; churches.: But here comes a sect and Sun- of trimming trees, clearing up street to enjoy an Easter egg hunt school house here next Sunday afternoon -
Kendrick, spent Saturday some of the advice you dealt out to

\ 9 rttselt, the only true Church of day with Mrs. Priest's mother :Ms. them in such generous Quantities. and improvement generally. Eli Geiger and Miss Hattie God- i for the purpose of 'reorganizingthe .

;;' .G*"founded_ on the day of PentaNotwithstanding Randall. JUNE BUG. Governor Jennings, accompanied by win were made man and wife last Sunday school.Mr. .

Y J the fact that Albert Graham has been home fir Miss Ella Richard, of Asbury Park, N. Sunday at the home of the brides fa: P.S. Kelly, who has been visit- _

" line's clock' has marked off nineteen MciNTOSH NEWS NOTES.J. Y.:, and Miss Crimell, of Pennsylvania, ther by Rev. Z. A.' Crumptoo ing Gabriella for the past two months
a while.:
it ;centnriee.: and .that the historic- path last week were registered at the Mansion last has returned and reports everything z:

i 7k .back to:Pentecost. has become ob. D'r. Percy Lisk cameyin .. C. Norsworthy and wIfe have returned week. They drove to Silver Springs. GAITERVILLE. on a boom down that way.
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1 :9trb': Alpine impossibilities and frcm Atlanta Ollie Harper and Miss Blanche! to their home in St. Thomas, the most wonderful spot Florida., All our folks were out gatheringwild

1 5-t1! e, most InteUJgent combatants Mr. of Daisy attended church here Canada, after a three months' visit C. W. Driver Is home for a coupleof The crops in this section have been flowers last. Sunday morning. ,..

1fuv .{ ;!up that path,, and kicked up Marsh with Mr. Norsworthy's brother W. G. weeks. badly damaged by the cool nights of ,. FLORIDA CRACKER. '

'tn 1St'':- tJ1 it mingled with the fog, fall- Sunday.Tfiss' JfaKW gew-PlI left Satur"y I t I Norsworthy. and family of this place. James B. Borland has gone to Or-, the past week. The farmers are 'now 7 .'' -.-

.: lto.the'earth, in the shape of mud visit her siueiv Mis. Mr. Norsworthy and wife were very age river for a few weeks. They have in' hopes that the cool weather Is --rhe boy who saves his money becomes :!'
to
; for Nashua i
: 'and.. tJi'.making ,the subject as "clear 'I i pleasant visitors indeed and made about one thousand boxes of fruit about over, as Easter I Is near at hand. the banker, the merchant, the c

_-.:.mud.tl. >js sect actually flies 'its \\Hl I many friends while here and everyone there yet, which means fine prices at Rain is badly needed for, the crops 'I professional man. .
Iir. Cunningham
Methodic! minister '
r ii.i :ttPentec06tal Our ::1' who met them will be glad when. they present. -
.: ancestry It re- -
here last week organizing fI
was
,
,-' .&1fldU. of'the 'man who put a brick I return early in the fall to make a longer Lettuce has done well 'and shIp-
formerly
Sunday school. Mrs. Nix I.
,,11'. incubator a stay with us next winter. ments of beans will soon commence.
and claimed that he
rest lent
but a
clf J11: i out a house fronting'the of Kendrick now .1 Miss Cora Griffin, ef Ocala, visited The cold has done but little damageto If '
superintendent You Out
appointed to
W3Q'
of this place WOQtCOl1)e
se&f Miss Annette Gist and other friends '
to )
:\ >!! I pose.he is still "claiming." Mrs. Emma Goolsby, teacJier I groves and the bloom continues .
tips ;
:... Shur of God. ," claiming to bee class an-1 MHs I for a few days last week. come out strong and healthy, looking

-' 'o"t.-, true of Intermidiate Dr. E. O. Guerrant, with wife ami old times.

,,--'"-. "batbrr. church.Is not Is apt the to brick'inmd hatch! Florence Marlow, our teacher Sunday of school infant f daughter are visiting Dr. E 0. Guerr! like Dr. Eton Smith, t>f Jacksonville, Wit) the Real Thing


;\"\4ufd f It.,not be better to fix a more class, We ,hope. rant, Jr/land family of this place. The representing Dr. Armstrong, has been ,

!D date of birth ( ,about 1830 will be a su rrss.Rev. | doctor and family are on their way. doing some work here lately.A .
say pre-ivheJ !
r'- of Anthony,
Graham,
.
au9.ntodern. date) so as to make it 'I back to their Kentucky home. The --- i, For. this Spring styles, put on one of our new Spring Suits

here Sunday.Mrs. doctor after remaining here for one Postmistress.Is .
4'IIn, the bounds of Lucyk cut in the latest fashion and of all Panama Hats.
credibility Barmer, of Mas jtte, one our, one piece ,
1\t A lunie I Alexander of Karey, !Ieof''ho
:.. t..lsben.; day only, went on .to Valdosta, from Mrs. .
he to Atlanta when his
there goes she has
: <: cetry; Som one else might Pills to be the best remedy
ti) several weeks with her parents, 'wife and daughter will overtake him ever tried for keeping the stomach and here. Rich in Style, Right in price. We have a large' and varied
:> "" va! better, and claim that his '
order. You
Gore. and bowels in perfest
James
ltnte4a.ted :Mr. and Mrs in a few days. Then all proceed to liver these I stock of Shoes for the entire Family. The new and nobby Pump
her if
.t Pentecost, and that Villon of Jacks ,'nifc will agree with you try

-..cbu-'vh the were added such Mrs. \ Kentucky. painless .purifiers that Infuse new life. I Style in White Canvass for Ladies are here. Also a large stock of
Mrs
: ; r N vNitiRS her v:9 ? ts, Mr. *iI Miss Davis, of Willimpre, Ky.., Is Guaranteed by Tydings & Co.. drug .
.
.:, 'b'_:>" be1ng saved. ? gists. Price 25c. m Oxfords for Men. The well known Walkover and Hanan &. Son
11. Grahl T. Mrs. Dr. Ed. Guer-
: ? visiting her sister, .
:'ttlmay be that these claims. are Mr. ar.i Mr. 7. M. Randal l r '.rt- rant Jr. Ocala gardeners are supplying the Makes. Give us a call before buying elsewhere.

; : 1i:UpOn certain' characterJtPjactlces. week :->'u Palmettu- Irish
ed last i Aftershowing. a Kentuckian over the editor of The Banner with new

'....L...t.- ? .. Let us notice a. panied by Mrs. J. ,B; Owen 'and. ,little stock farm of Mr. S. IL Gaitsklll, he potatoes.-Gainesville Sun. Yea and W. J. Chambers tI {

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.C6ut sons Johnnie and Albert. I remarked that it did one'.good to look these gardeners are boys:, ,one in knee o
," b government. But why: }

;, J p ",,tho only White House. shoes at those fine short-horn cattle said breeches. Everybody in Ocala are on I .
Scriptural gov A pair' of our hive Shoe Co.
t lM will make your feet glad. New low those thoroughbreds, seemed like hometo the move and even the boys
fVl'e.knew: exactly what

:: c>churi li government: was? quarter so"les'Fair In for men and-x him and the broad field of Berr t'aught the spirit. i! .. .. . -
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i,''x In f, the Supreme COURT Court; of DECISIONS.Florida, Division '. '''''ttt7'''''''!!,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,n,'"'''''''",n"" ,t,,.,,,,," " "" "" '"'' :

'A., January Term, A. D., ,
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1906.
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: 'J. B Peacock and C. V. Hargraves, ABE TAKE
... THE .
/ co-partners doing business under the ..-.... I ,.
p7 firm name of Peacock & Hargraves,
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Plaintiffs In Error, vs. Sue D, Feaster,

Defendant in Error Marion County

s Shack eford, C. J.JJ.

e A declaration in an action of ii TEA'POT.R E

trover aljeglng that theonversion

\' took place "on the -- '. lay of March,, .
.
1304," is not open to attacK toy demurrer ) '
,J. by reason of the day of ,
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month being left blank and thee .
e
;:; the declaration in other respects r
t: :'f" lows the statutory form .a demurrerthereto S
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is overruled. -
properly

2. In this state special demurrers i 1 ,
I
U In common law actions have been l cERTA1NT1ES.

abolished by statue. a
3. It is too late, after a plea to the
merits, for the defendants to demanda t.- ,
bill for particulars. f46-' .
." 4. Our statutes permitting amendments .. -
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of pleadings are liberal, .
very
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but the matter of allowing or refusing .
:. such amendments must rest largelywithin : ':: vs.r
.. i M ANCES.
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1. the sound judicial discretion ofthe' < :: ',
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trial court, as that court must determine __ :. "
whether or not the amendment "" '
asked for is "necessary for the purpose ". : : .
; b of determining in the existingsuit ,; .
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the real question in controversy .
,between the parties," and whether or -4" '
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not it has been "duly applied for" and :E< .. "' h -
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an appellate court will not disturb the '" '" .I. .. .
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.E'aa ruling of the trial court either ingranting :" : ":,,
.; or in denying such )i :' ,, ,:<:- : -
application : ... l ,, :. :, --
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unless it is plainly made to appear ." :" >';;:"' ". _J:,'" '. ,:'"- ..

,s : this Judicial that there discretion.has been an abuse of [: :: ;>sr- : i-")
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5. Where there is more than one ; ,
yq defendant in action of 1$ -i& ; .- % _
an trover one.. :,- "," ,,-.-::,,..:.:
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fe or more defendants may be acquittedanda __ t> .
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''verdIct and judgment taken ----- ;.........., I ,;.>,
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= against' the others, the verdict and -- ,,' ,
judgment being shaped so as to hold <
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liable those only who are shown by :
", ;,..
the evidence to have been guilty o f i .'-_ ;'"

S conversion.6. In action. of trover against two : .

defendants as copartners, under a plea ; : > >
.of not guilty Interposed by both defendants ; ,;
either defendant has the right : DO YOU PR.EFER!

I to introduce any competent evidenceat :
the trial tending to show his non- [

= ( liability ;'< :.t\> .: < _
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7. Special or additional pleas :\'.'. ': ,
amounting only to( the general issue : ':. .:" ', 2.' -
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i are properly: stricken out on motion, .-
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a S,, The denial of a mot" n f"r ->- '
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tlnuance by the trial coui't ". ill a.a b
reversed by an appellate <'" rt. 'il''' I I E The
a palpable abuse of j d: .0' ic : majority are in favor of the former. That .

; tion is clearly and a'jinat.ve'.y: : iota
I ,
by the recol''.. I .

trespasser 9. In an la r- on ion unintentional of trover where or V i- ; | explains partly our position with h the trade. Our esE '-

nocently mistaken one, there shout: -f f
i not be any deduction .in his favor frt r
;: the value of, the property at the time I ..

.of and any place value of-conversion enhancing for labor the bestowed cost- j I'i tablishment is really First Class Grocery Store, and ;


thereon anterior to the tlem.'' .

_ :ti \ .plete that by the actual conversion removal becomes front the owner's corn- L a model of its kind < S :

'I possession. :
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Judgment Affirmed .
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\Vm, Hocker and R. B. Bur ',)r ., ,' : : -- : : IJ
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1 Plaintiff in Error; R. L.: Anders..a and ..... '' -x;:. : -. L. ''':., :. ., --.
t Rf A. Burford, for Defendant in Er '\**
ror. >t>
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,\ Bloody A. D.-Shirt Burnes Found.De'puty -this. city, I -. OUR r OCK IS ?


brought in Tuesday night, a bloodstained ELEGANT t..
<>
7 shirt supposed to have been t .,? fL
} that worn by the murderer of the '
:,
r Christmas famU '. It was of "Man- : f(,
hatton" brand, size 15, white, and .:.' 1 b
small red stripes. The bosom showed _
_
several spotches of blood and the ,
cuffs were badly stained. It was .
found Tuesday as the result of a care I

r. between ful search overhead where ceiling it had and been the placed floor ; HIGH CLASS GOODS are well represented, as are, in :

of an upper room in the mercantile
store house of AV, D. Christmas son
/' and brother of the deceased and who g fact all grades from the most expensive to the
was arrested and placed in the county cheap- }
Jail here on the Hth Inst. Wednesday .
j: S morning Sheriff Lewis Burnes and

others went to the jail allowed .Mr. E est. Our assortment is matchless and
_ Christmas in the reception' room and i our values y '
presented the shirt which he said wand ,
his that the blood stains came
from cutting up a hog which bad been unexcelled. If desire
} all the
killed-by a negro, whose name he declined you certainties which such

S .Times..at CourJer that time to give.-Mariana =

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Good, Luck Continues----A er. to Pursue Book 4 : advantages insure then call and. inspect our GrocerE


Another windfall- amounting to ies and Prices.

$65 ,OOO, has come to Booker T, Wash Prompt attention and pronpt delivery. j

ingt)n's school at Tuskeegee Ala. by 1 .
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the will of Andrew T, Dolger, a retired
merchant of New York. Pr.it
Washington's school is already one ofhe Yours for and better
business.
more
) richest and best endowed in the ..
South, and if the Northern people
'
continue to pour money into it.t the -
>,rate that they have been dolus la the -
.past few years, it wllf.be in the course ..-....- '
4LOI a few years by far the richest inx.atitution .......

3-K ; ': of its kind in the Southern .-.-....-.
: section. Prof. Washington seems to
,e -' :,,. .have a genius of getting money comparable -., -O-- TEAPOT GRO.
with that of the tale Dr. liar;
# per of the University of Chicago, .
Sarasota News -r M

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Our low 'quarter'White.House shoes
r 'for Men and< Women:can't be beaten
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