The Ocala banner
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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: April 27, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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We the undersigned: citizens of Ocala and Marion county, hereby

"q .- ; ., ,.. contribute the amounts set opposite our names for the benefit of the San > ,' ..
.1' Francisco sufferers. The funds derived from this contribution .are to be To Customer Based
s ;. Every on Business and
: -' '" -" ,' t handled by the Citizens Committee appointed April 23,1 906. by A* G. Gates, '
; acting mayor: T. T. Munroe C. L. Blttinger, T E. Biggs O. B. House, I< W,. Responsi 'ty. '

.. Ogle EL C. Loveridge, S. T. Sistrunk E- T. Helvenston, members, of com .

! .r PHOTOGRAPIC GOODS : mittee.Clarence Camp .. .. .. ,. ?? 25.00.:, A. J. Brigance ,. ". ... ... .. 2.00J. MUNROE & CHAMBUS&

I, Ii R. Chazal .. .. :. .. .. :; 20.00. \V. Crosby, 4 .. -u u .. ., 5.(1) BANKERS.

I II I .. Munroe & .Chambliss. .. .. .. 15.00. J. T. Lancaster .. .. .. ., 1.. 2.00 ..

: '. '. Edward Holder. ,. ,., 1. 10.00 R. L. Martin .. .. .. u... 1.00. Ocala, Fla., Jan..27, 1906..

r r' 4T THE G. S.'Scott .. .. .. ..- ... H 5.00. D. R. Troxler u ,. ,..' #. .. ..50. __ L ... ..._ ..._ .

t :'; Father Boftalacio ... ; ... ., 5.00. c. P". Hays :. ., .. .: '."__ '. %.00 ------- .,....--,--, - -. --II

I '" F. E. Harris .. .. :'. h .. :. 5.00.S. Ben R31sor .. ,;. .. .. ?' '? 1.00. Mr. Strobhar Trial.Mr. -

A. 1'.a wls .. .. ,.' . .;' 5.00. R. E. Yonge, .. .. .. .. -. '.. 1.00., on r '

frOST' OFFICE DRUG STORE L. B. Smith .. .. . .. .. 10.00. W. Hood ,. .. '.. .. .r' ..- .. 5.00. J. N. Strobhar,. -M well knownin : ::

Geo. R. McKean .. .. .. .' 5.00. E. Van Hood .. .. '.. .. .. 10.60. this city Is now on trial In \t- JRINGS- ,

J. J. Gerig. .. .. .. .. .5.00. W. 1. Jewett .. .. .. 'u u 1.00.J. .
lanta. He is charged witn larceny
Ol'. I -- -._. ;_ _--_ -_'__ T, B. Snyder .. ; .. '.. 5.00.. J. Tillis. .. .. ., .,. ... A.50. .
A. E., Burnett ? .. .. .. ... .. 5.00. E. E. Converse. .. .. "_ .. .. 1.00, after trust. The, amount .specified In

i Hewitt & Bridges ., .T .. 2.00.B. G. H., Hays .. ;, :.. .. .: 1.00. .the Indictment Is J1.700. but the rail-

: ;>- Prescriptions' Carefully .Filled. W. McDonald .'. ... .. .. 1.00. W. W. Clyatt H .. :. .. u :. 2.01,' way officials of the Atlantic Coast We Have Now in Stock

i"; Frank A. Teague .. ,. .. .. <.. 5.00. T. H. WalU. ...'... .,. '.. ...10.00. Line railroad allege that his total

Ocala House .: .. .. .. .. 10.00. C. K. Sage .. .. .."... _. .. .. 3.00. shortage is $20,400. the Most Complete Line of .

i SARA'EtIZA ETH, HARRIS I Ocata'c Aid to, the San Francisco Mrs. Kate ,Taylor .. .. .. .50. J. D_ Pope .. H n..'..f'.. 'u .J' &b0.K. The case is attracting considerable
RINGS that Can Be
":f Local Editor, Sutterers.. C. M. Whltpsldea ., .. .. ? 1.00. ot P.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .25.00. Interest anda, very able.and; brilliant .Found
F&p:...' R. D. Fuller :. .. .. .. .. 2.00. \Irs. Dittmer .. .f. .: ... 5.60. array of lawyers are engaged for Anywhere. t

;r HAPPENINGS ABOUT' TOWN. In response to the call for a public P. L. Anderson .. :. .' .. .. 2.50. CommercIal Bank.. "'. .. .. .. 15.00. and against the accused.A .. -

meeting at the courthouse Mondayat William H. Anderson. t., .. .. .50. Ocala News Co.'r .. .. 1.0ft. demurrer offered'by Mr. Strob- Cali and See Them.

l'Tbe campaign is warming up.S .' 1030 o'clock, (quite-a number responded L. Wf Duval. .. .. .. .. .. "2.50. Cash .. '.. .: .., .. .; ,. 1.00. har's counsel was overruled. The demurrer -

and, all. present manifestedthe Geo. Williams .. .; ,, ... ,. 1.00. C. S. Cullen .. . .. ; ; S.O/,, claimed that the' charges were

Mrs. Hampton Chambers has goneffo I' Cash . .' :. .. ;. :. ., 1.00. H. C; Jones .-. ;., IJ." .. .. a.00... not specific enough. The attorneysheld

- movement to help the sufferers '
rovill, })e gone for some. time., of the stricken city of the Golden Cash . . :: ,, .. ?. .. -' 1.00 C.-M. Livingston "., .; ,..t t. 100E. trust had several different heads, .

iMr. William Knoblock, of- Martin. Gate. Cash ',. .. :. ;.' .. .. .* 2.50. 'S. Bullock.-' << .. ;..:. ;.: .5.U0. each calling for different punishmentsand

flnV flf the most successful farmer1"CJ.h After some dbcussion: it was Cash .' .. .-,.' .. :.%. f.OO. George MacKay; ,"',..:. .. .. .j 5fio.M. that the various counts of the

t phenomenal community, was thought beet to appoint soliciting T. D. Bryan ,.. ;. '.. ,. ',. .. 1.00. Rubin .: ...: ;..,.. :. 1.f10. indictment. specified different punish

committees L. E. Lang .. ,. .. ,.. f. .. ..' 5.00. M. -ishd . ; .:' :." ". :.00. ments. They argued that their 'client
Ocala Monday. for each ward and hare '<' :
them proceed atlonce with the work H. H. :Martin .. .. .. -. :'2.00. J.'W. Lyle-s .. ..,'f.; ; 1.00.. was entitled to know, and be preparedfor

Sheriff Gordon Js back from Green of collecting fund: Charles. Peyser 'u .. .. ,., .. 100.( \. 1.. Webb ,: .: ,! ,.,;. : _y. 100.P. a specific indictment. They also Fred G. B. Weihe

?; and thinks he is all -right Acting Mayor Gates appointed thefullowing I A. A, MiCranie .-,.. . .. % 1.00. .A. Stamps' ... :;.t. ;.:-.. __ .':.;0. attempted to show {hat Strotvhax ,

C :more. His friends will be glad t Prof. Workman .. '.. ,. ... 1.00. J. W. AlexanJer)0., should ha'ebeen notified by an agent I
committees: : The) Jeweler.
; !H. H. Lapham ... .. ., .. ..f l.rt>! A. \\.aterQ1ann .': ,H_.. .I..flJ. of the .cor Qratlon.
First Ward-O. R Howse. T. E. .
i.1mb\\ Eirjgs.' I:Ca-h .."' .. ,. .' ... .. .'a. '... ...o. B. A. Weathers H ..- '.. .. '5.00. The demurrer was overruled L-J
of I' .or
Pittman the Confeder- \ J. G. Spurlln <. ,.. ".. 2.00P. c. \1. Schlenuner .. .. ,' .. 2.04.
Second Ward-T. T. :Munroe C.' L. I : : The Opening Gun of the Campaign.
this city. Is attending there It. Letter. .. ., H_ :. .'. *.5(>7 Joan Tubal .,' ;: .. ;.. 2,00. -
Bittinger. \ t
=unon at New Orleans. ..... AntI roDfpolY'u- ',.., 5.00. George Tuba .:': : ... ;. '.. 1.,91: All the Marion county candidates GOOD CROP OF TOMATOES.
Third Ward-.S. T. Sistrunk, E. T.. = X '"
itr; Ben Raysor has gone to New llelvenston.i R. S. Hall .. . _. .. SvflO. F. K. Powers 1..', : .. L00.N. including the Tandidates fi>r state attorney Pompano Has Best Prospects of AnyPlace

Marion Hardware' Co .., j.OO. Nasser-c 1.00.R' '
.". and senator for the twentieth
[ gleans! to see the Confederate rebut Fourth Ward-:!. W. Ogle R C. Along the Line.
' Loverfdge. D. Woodrow .. r :'..: ;)..00.W. F. Ic.\tepr : .:." : ,,. !,ZO. district, met at Fort McCoy Saturday.The ,
s tour primarily to place early t '. .t; ".
temei 1m 't.- Mr. T. T. :Munroe- wasunade. chalr-. K. Zewadski. .. ,-". 3)0.) J. R. Martin ,.,':,:.:'..> ,. .7' .. 1.00. distance from Ocala V) Port Miami Fla, Apr. ::!.Bjmpano is

:.hlpme.nt4. man-at-->large of the committees and Laurie. T. Izlar .' .. .. . 2.DO. S. R. Whaley .. .;. ;, ".<'. .. .50. McCoy Is twenty miles and the candidates going, to, have the best crop of- toma- -

hitY.; ", Wamboldt,.of. Jaekson- all 'communications should be addressed W. V. Xcwom ". ..., .. 2.00. Jake Klein .. .. ..: -. .; h .. 1.09. were stirring around early to toes of any place along, the line and -
{:11Oei pr 4ac&4: &n 'eloquent sermon at to him at as early a moment Cash .. .'- '. ',.. '.. 50.J 1-'. G. D. Weihe ". .i .. .. ." .. 1.00. be there on time. But what, was their the growers are going to handle their

Stat'River 'Sunday night, 'taking. as possible. Cash .. -. ." .. .. ."- ., .. 100. I Den Rheinauer" .. :::. i. '. .' : 2.00.. surprise on reaching: their point of own business this season. It looks as

.,fir' hia theme the destruction of San; I.essrs.lunroe. :: and'Chazal made a Bittinger & Carroll" ., .. 5.00. i 3f.' H.\ndeli3ma, : .. .. 1.00. destination to find that the candidates though there will be a contest between -

-,..)anctca1'. .'', partial canvas of the second ward Cash : .. ., ;'" ... .. .". -.J o. I I J.V.. Pearson ; .. :. 10.00.. outnumbered the hearers S. J. Sligh & C+*.and the Consolidated -

"';''. yesterday afternoon and succeeded In W. J. Chambers .. .. .. 1.00..1 Oxford. Crate, Co. ;'. ,",H "':. '.. 10.00. The candidates held. and rightly Fruit ,G* They will both

i{y:;'are \b?ginning to wear trou- Cash .* .. .. u .. .. .... .. 1.00. Alfred Ayer .. ..). :. .. u 1.00. that "those who 'were there were as have their packinghouses open at
collecting 1-61 and it is that
expected II '
J'. 9\iit......, Santos, All the world is-, gett the contributions from this ward will D. "'. Davis .. '. .. .. .u. 500. H.' Y. Hampton ., :.. .. .. __ 1.00 much entitled to be rewarded for their Pompano. .' ,

.: ,,'ijilized. and travel lacks i>!C- reach fully $100. P. II. Nugent ., ,,! .. .; ", :'.- 3.00. :I D. :1f. Smith.-, 5.00. coming as If there had been hundreds, The Pompano growers have arranged
uc experiences that it used to If the other wards will do as well A. E. Gong .. 'i. .." ? ;; 200. i Ocala Mfg Co.. ,. .n H.' ;_ 10.0.( so each candidatera.e equal to the for their. own crates, paper s

:--Baylor, County. Banner. Texas. T. W. Trailer :. .. .. .. 1.00. Central Nat. Bank ,:-.. ..' ,. 15.00.J. occasion and gave the faithful eightas etc, and are goingto pack' and sell
Ocala including the, amount alreadycontributed .
A. A. Graham .. ...'.. ,. 50. C. Howell. .., : .' Hi' .. 2.50. much eloquence as they were ableto or ship their own stuff. The situationis
--1k. aud"Mrs, B. II Shaw residmgn and forwarded by the
Geo. H. Tyler .. .._-. .. 1.00.' W. D. Cam .. -. '. ,,; .. H .00.. take away with them. the same at Co1Dhat 't e. Sligh
Ft. King avenue. are enjoying a Elks, wilt reach the tlioueand-doILir "' 8L.
I Tea rot Grocery ..i :., .. 5.00. X. Green .. .. .. -.. .. ., 10.00. After all the day was splendidly enjoyed and the Consolidated both pack \
visit from Mrs, P. E. Morris and Paby '
O. M. Gale. '.' '. ,. ;f" 1.00.C. G. W. Clea'eland ;.' :. .. 1.00./ and the very fun of the thing ing there, but most of the growers
; *t, port Inglis. ,We think has !:'tartHut to
I H. Dame . . .. 50. J. W. Kea .. '.. .. .. .. 1.0Q. was laughable. say they will market their own crops.
make a good, record and her citizens
.J" v. ,R. II TJrown who has barn will have every reason to congratulate I Blestn et al.. .. . . SS. E. M. Howard ; .. .. . 5.00... Fort McCoy meant no disrespect to Rain Is needed badly. Host of'the .

OOL.....trial. before Judge Bell for several I I themselves on the amount of her P. ('. navls.c'. . . 5.00.'I Cash .. .. . .. .-0);). the candidates, because it is a democrat -. oldest crops are dying from rust and

da a'for "disturbing public worship"areultted oontributlou. !Lee Hong . . . O'I Cash . .. . .50. stronghold and always enjoys sone of the young plants are affected.

)yesterday afternoon. I A. L. IzLir . . .:. F. T. Sehrfeber '. .. 5.90. good speaking, but the smallness of S.iippfng small lot from Pompano ip .
The'-I d, t'ndant'ag represented by The Greenwood, Cemetery Association.In .Chas. J. Phillips '. . ". 5.01)1 G. M. Hubbard .. . . 1.00. the attendance proves what: we have I now the order of the day.

.,,It L. Anderson, and the proecu- .. -. .-----. -- .,----.- ---- .all along !said that the people dq not i
; Piter Stanley 'Unlimbering His Guns.
little there
our progressive city
tion by, Maj. L. T, Izlar and, Mr. A Soldier of Cortez Grew First Or- Arrested for Playing Craps. :want an early primary and it is im- .
a Bullock.Mtr are many different organizations 11I.ok-! .* poslble for them to leave their farmsin ---
in the 'World.
ange Pine, Fla. April 24, l-HH:
Ing to the Improvement of our *uirounlngs '- Officers Uutson and W'eawrlaJ
,t.- the midst of the planting reason ..'
To the Editor .
PL Rutland, the handsome hut none are more worthyof The orange in classical literature is some excitement early Monday night to attend political gatherings however OcalaBann :
!K1: collector of Sumter was your kind thought and help than mentioned far back B. C. A painful and annoying boil between
county as as 420 at the. St.Johns House, colored hotel, much they would like to do so.
11!' Ocala Sunday. .H tt-l a candidate :one formed about three years; ago and in the ancient Hebrew writingsit The speeches of all the candidates I thumb ana Index fin-er on my
tip: iatiln." near the Seaboard depot when they [right hand has disabled me in the
| reelectioiv but'Is ,a candidate ,here "The Woman's Cemetery o was called hadar, or "the beauti- are said to have been very good. Peter
association attempted to arrest some negro "crap i use of my weapon--the pen-for a
Work this
'another The good of "
of an office and is ful. Stanley's letter and Voter's reply: figured r

ifl&'to capture the vote of a eertaln :shows for itself in the improvement, According, ."to the old pagan legend,_ pLtjers. There were seven or eightin strongly in the discussion.; : week past. Therefore tho.eho" have
f1d'one .of the beautiful Greenwood seetit to take exceptions at my for-
naturally :
.. I Venus planted the first orange tree the game. Eighteen or more pistol
r mer article, recommending Mr. E. TV. .
: : Cemetery v on the-Island .of Cyprus. In Rome the shots weer exchanged between the Card from Mr. Cordrey.To .
;Colonel Bittlnger gives n thre The work of keeping this hallowed Davis for district, attorney are hereby .
fruit was later known as "Adam's ap- officers antthe "crap" offenders,
wnn wrlt-up of the Fort McCoy place .in order, has been given, for the ple." -or Paradit.e apple- because it though we understand no one was the Voters of Marion County: Informed that their bombarding has.

j tk Ja the Star. We conclude As it will be for not completely demolished my frt
Ifoosn most part into the hands of the association. was supposed to have been the fruitof injured. The shooting may have been impossible mef owing -

be' \\'rlte.up that Mr. Ed L. The stockholders are busy the forbidden tree in paradise. If only for the. purpose of frighteningthe to the ,bu y season: of the year, to If they have any large guns they

Vartntann: of Cltra. and Peter Stan- with other: affairs, to have recognizedthe this myth; be credible, the oldest families card players Into surrendering.... make a canvas of the county, and might play them out this war while '

!: th* O'ala"n.umer' correspond- ability of the association by con- there is not enough "pay ,in the officeof w& are waiting the development of .
of Europe are mere upstarts compared Four of the seven men engaged in
,t.;.carried off the oratorical honors. commissioner to natural conditions. With the assistance -
tributing liberally and regularly every county justify me ,
with the humble orange of com- the game were eventually captured.
oJ ., That fund has been extended in 'sacrificing the time that it will of a field glass I- can see thesmoke
.Th. Elks of Ocala year. nieroe.So and Officer Hutson says the other
Were among the in keeping the di-[veways, walks ando require to make such a tour as muchas of tht>"twenty-two's!,", but
nto' wire far as history authenticallyknows three wilt be captured today.
a contribution to thesufferers.
t1)'jng grounds In the best order I would like to get acquainted with the leaden missels falls far short of
Ctllfotpla the orange originated in India The ""crap shooters" seem to be
Living to the
up when extra work such ail the people, especially those livingin the mark.
,.otto that those who possible:, and and China and was spread by the playing in hard lines in Ocala. .
help "quickly done the western / of the Peter Stanley will come. Don't lose
has been
h is paving drives, etc, : portion county
.% Ollby! ,- Arabs to Syria Africa and Spain.
on'Saturday a dotlon the stockholders have contributed additional Will Messrs. Bailey and Burr. ApI- so I must content myself in submit- any money on that: His guns are .
From the toAmerica.
Spain came .
k of $:00, and a second contri- orange !cleaned. leveled and loaded and with
sums toward that work. It about 350 plejard and Blitch. have a joint debate ting this card.
was years ago
Rtt44 will be ,wired In vlay. of tell Marion is home and has them he expects to sweep from the
The membership fee one dollar that Bernel Diaz del .Castillo, a soldier and us how they propose to county my

T biO :lii primary and junior Sun- : per year Is also used in kt't'plnght' of Cortez first planted oranges in equalize freight, rates? If they believe been the greater, part- of my life; all. Marion county political, rig}tofwayhe

:..school teachers wilt meet at the general grounds in order. Mexico. or do not believe In the policyof I possess, 'is In Marloncounty, my .unjust*. criticisms of "floridians

-<; Mi t 'church at 3:30 this after-; The association propose, for a The later history of the orange In forever: making the interior pay every interest is in- It I am?of, for and Floridians. also. ..

n-an d. all are urged to bft present small .um from the owners to keep America ]s somewhat prosaic but the tribute to the seaport cities. If theypropose and with the people In every, movement ;PETER STANLEY.The .

:) wttl" 1w all, their lots in order; and so there Is no : to feed all sections out-of the looking to improvement and up- -
others Interested in fruit has lost none of its world-old Ever91 des a Paradox. 4
I," .' school 'work.V .... regular sexton employed, they pay a romance here in the new world. same spoon and if they shall say .it building/ of the.. county. It ejected I. -

;? to do this wuik.Many in if to abide shall. trive ta'srv the people faithr The
competent nan If all the details could be told of its a manner as they mean > governor'was especially earn-

?fir' B..: .Russell who has been" owners of course attend to first planting by Cortez's soldier%in by it Will they Inaugurate a policy fully,'and_to tw .very: best of my abil est in the portion of his speech 'dealing -

.ng tli
... WIer. with his brother Captain not In position to do so, and gladly in Florida, it would outrival any collection cities' in the interior. + '1'. E. 0. CORDREY. said, It was hard to make the two .
k1' Run-\"U. ieE4 Monday, ,for,: his avail themselves of the means thu of the wonderful orange mythsof statements agree of ifaj. Abram

..!..u. Lake Beulah. WJs,_ lie Is so offered. ,Xusome extra: ,'work 1#, ancient timesThe Hnmt' -eeker. We still have one or two men In Good old farmer tWikon woo by about the inflamed'nostrils of his p od this mmunltwho stand'.around on virtue of the republican party, is allowed -
r with. Florida, and, especially greatly, needed, and to., accomplish this ; nie- from the dust and itbe report of- j
vein the stret' corners from morning until to squander; a large percentage -,
",< lrat h* expects to sell out extra funds are required. Notice! J one of. the government engineers

;.belongings in Wisconsin and be. The association needs' the help and The Southern Express Company I night complaining about the town. of the public fund confidently asserts whk-b showed: he and his party' were
a their neighbors their taxes and the that there will be no more crop..fures .
tPeiipanzpt settler among, ,u*, sympathy: of every one and is asking will transport free of charge- any 'twe ty-twO' days f1'Ossing'tbe Glades:
weather. Such men mighty 'common and takes the credit of it-to himself
are '
} for a substantial evidence: of. tlU t'in, money or provisions for; the San In eanoes.-itivOak Democrat:1
b'arle s \\ Milfer and l11s .of assistants ia the, .
has sold hI" clay and it js fortunate we> Stave J army .n i'
a. very modesty1vuL ... Francisco sufferers when consignedto .; 4
: In ihe; Tm f.1tmer Company 'o other so few of them. Such men are of no agricultural pactment. The farmer. It it be< trigs. some nawspaperxassert -
; you help them? the mayor ; properly. reeog -
.",,y:,ei t !Robert F. Rogers ant j has ,nized. relief committees. use to the loan, their families or however will still pray for rain as ef that Mr, Flagler: hada contractto J

:to.am P<\ cat only to live but when the droughts come and and abandon. .,
'l another deal. The ftiaxim Gorky is not the foreigner Gv T \tGHgent.. their God. They seem yore drain thafeverglades

)stiller" properties! art said to'be. : who has found that the ,United I no one can tell how. Like mosquitoesand those. in the northern states, will watch I ed the scheme as a bad job'it is fool

.:,,}t !anwt! In this county and States of America '.is not quite.such, a The State :Press on Broward. is flies they are not fatat-but disagreeable fof"-the early frost and the chinch bug Ish for others to fritter away their
Fiends. ,thfnlr Colonel Rogers I i free! ''country- as It' .is "cracked up to the way the Jacksonville Sun heads j. to have about. -It is not necessary and potato bug wjll still get in ,their time and the people's hard cash 'in.
gpld4 a.,bonanza. He 1- said ,to be. In other continents.-..Tampa-Trlh one of Its half page articles. Pees. the to publish .the names of the deadly work as they'have from time undertaking to do.;what Mr* Flagler

;.:Excellent manager of 'labor, une. They discoverthat "Ubt'rtYis' state press seems to be "on' Broward"_ !,two or .three who.infest..... this community immemorial in spite of all farmer with his money'. was unable to accom

nvict. or' free. not "license." almost unanimously jl' for you all know- them ,Wilson -may. say. 4. piISb.rte .

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-t f{>: :I:: e't : : WHAT IS' GOING ON ALL ,' OVER 'M.ARION" COUNTY It :I

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CITRA. city. One little girl .had been to the VV

; V of 1 country: the.- other was going for the 1 After 'a -verr: -threatening morning ,: an enthusiastic citizens' meetinglast :l ,Blue' Bell teels sorry: that her items I Its Population; and Commertalfj

}. backward the leaves '
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first time and asked. w.iU' did Mn their usual ..columjjIn Politics '
V of all the elments finally decided to let us night held in the beautiful bach not appear Warming Up-Th P ;;
the *
Citra'as queen
see to ?
time we I the
4 knowben let elor, home of Messrs.. McDonald and the Ocala: Banner last week. ry System !

: 'the .orange-growing, section. ot i'iorV "Oh replied the other "There, are have-a fine Sunday, afternoon ''so that Blassenraaie, permanent arrangementswere I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith are .rejoicing DiSCUSled.1
V V; Ida. Her fruit' bad a perfection treesl )ts of trees and green grass all moire especially the feminine sex. effected for: the Pine basket, picnic i over the arrival of I a fine boy Crystal River FI ., .\prll Q t

rV V V it,, not only in outward appearance and the sky is there.." Mrs. Bishop 'might -sally forth in. gay attire and and. fish fry to be held here saturday at their,,home' east of the city. To the Editor Ocala Banner-a

kb but possessed the finest flavor of any that so crowded are they in the As I, do not
says Miss Fannie Martin of.Silver see anything ii
rnarkelsV by '3- p.rm.they came by twos and May 1:, 1906. ,

V V received in the northern rooms in which they live that theirniotherI V This picnic Is given 'Chat all the Springs, was the guest o{ Miss Fannie valued paper from thfs place;it
threes" their ta
trippinsr merrily
V rich. sweet Juicy. order to perform their way
you will give space to
candidates! may have -an opportunity Hillman several days last week. ,
: It was then that Messrs. Borland soon as Sunday school, V
work. the children as
put 8hGI'
Vt i in which of meeting the people of this'.and adjoIning Mr. Earl Swain 'and bride are the from a constant reader of ] .
: : Bros. the Citra Fruit Oo, large enough on the streets to spend After a long absence from Sunday few lines
; First a of
and .communities. guests of Mr., and Mrs. : >avis Baskinfor descrip
;: : V the Borland Bros. were directors every day and all day with nothingfo school, Miss Nannie" Luffman again this place. .
Mr. A. P. Monroe was chosen chair- a few days -j8
chief owners! ; Mr. A. S. Kells" unique look at but the long tiresome walls filled her place as secretary on the V V V ; 1
the and with Saloma. and Ollie Situation. |
V -Crescent > man of citizens' meeting Misses SIms will .
t ; and exceptkmally beautiful of tenement houses. 15th All her"friends are glad to know
Co.'s. under his several committees to assist him leave Monday for Macon Ga., where Fifteen miles, southwest_ of Dw t
j Grove" Bishop Hoyt & Is it any wonder that they rejoiceat that she has "S') far recovered from ...
of Mr. H. nothing will 'be, left undone that: would they will attend school for several Ion and about seventy-five mii
J- : V the efficient management : the prospetc of green U.;. s and her recent illness ,
... 'Harris'smammoth add "to- the pleasure of the people or monthsV V the cnw: flies" northwest of Tampf
B. Stevens Mr. James blue sky (which we of'fair Florida often Mrs. James I... Luffman and two
all shipping thesuccess 'of the picnic. Mr.' John Waldron and wife of Fort the.line of ,the old S. S. O. <4<
grove were Jail to appreciate ) children were visiting in Griner Farm
frUIt. Mr. Wyckoff All candidate are requested to be I McCoy. were guests t>f Mr. John Wal. way now part of the A. C. I4
V; their carloads What a blessing Jncalcu able,'must Saturday and Sunday Miss Dannie.
4- present:: Cordial Invitation extended to I dron. of this city Sunday,. way. '
r V .
,and. Mr.David" Barcus. and others were' be the.schools' presided over by the returned. with them M.)nijay to sjwnd. I "
E V V S. V the public. PETER STANLEY.Mr. few Population.
vt" Ada
and successful I' Leitnerjs .pending a
also among the larger highest type of Christian womanhood, aweek. V' *

of Citra and during Harris has a special invitationto days with her sister, Mrs." B. Spencer 'About .1SO pretty evfenly divide;
I orange growers where they are taught useful ern'* .1 essrs. .Murphy & :Murphy are both
'be here. in Ocala. V tween, races and mostly COM!
1t V the shipping the mails often, brought ployment, their minds, made to( grow shipping'nice luscious berries to
Mr. Charles Bayles ot Sparr. passed lug of employees of 'the mannfact
t'V handsome. checks to. these fortunate and their everlasting souls taughtthe Northern markets; also are supplying The rummage. wagon was busy
ing concerns. here. These consfsl
through our burg Monday- route to :
IVV i JTowe'rs.Ob. of salvation.It Ocala. anil Anthony with
: way V same. all Thursday and the managers feel
V look Silver Springs and Ocala to look after, the following firms named in rotat.
j-: Citra thou trert fair to Is delightful to listen- to Mrs. Little" Louise Murphy has 'been sick much encouraged. Please have your ''':;
and according to their ImportajDixon
already business interests. BLUE BELL. ,
upon In the beauty thou did'st Bishop because of what. she has to for, a few,day-s. past, but jell again.QuUe rummage ready .and. let 'them cation >,
Pencil Co.
V (branch of
NOTE.-The for
SfinerV probable reason Jen
still'because ,
1 possss; but : and the sbd .has of .
say happy manner a number young peoflefropt you".Friday morning.DISSERTATIONS >;
_ of the wealth and power the future V last week's items not appearing in City.Dixon. Pencil, Co.); Crystal -,
xJf 'of saying it. Her voice possesses a the mill at Oak have found their 11

seemed to hold out for thee! FROM DAISY. their usual place was that they did Lumber Co. (Branch of The Caaj
; ; peculiar quality of ItSVow -rhythmical way to our. Sunday school and ume

When "Old King Cold" so ruthlessly V not'arrive before Wednesday evening.If Oxford Crate Cp-, Knighf Eros., "J{;
i musical. sweets 1A. B. C" have added their names to tilt roll -

., V V ,drew his icy sceptre through this So'far -we are having" the niuet favorable they arrive here later than that Stores and Mercantile Co.. Cm
too. Come again and'bring: n'lrf''I.th.

.\ < fair picture there was left to the BLITCHTON. good weather for planting our good there is rip certainty that they can ,.River Ice' Co.; also several fish. de
you young: people. _

V- owners of valuable groves little more The candidates, with their great love Little Ralph. Seller was seensoins people could wish- and crfvps are nearly be printed. as the Weekly. Banner is and about fifteen merchants. if'ers -.-:,.a

than' the remembrance of themV for the dear people will speak; in toward Ocala in all planted. Such plantings, as are printed Thursday afterno ED. two three' hotels and boarding t
a horseless' buggy
:V V A 'decade has passed. During that Blitchton on next Tuesday May' The up,are looking fine and projnfop good keepers. All of these concerns- ?
Wednesday morning. X> one was in i ,
V have Blitchtonians and surrounding com results. V STROBHAR ACQUITTED.Is be doing a thriving busln&II't
the lands
Ume of
: some grove .
; ; the b gy: with 'hiin, but we hope !hemet

_ passe i aciident'
: : V f with no -Now Fighting Extradition-His
: the gentlemen' above. referred to. big crowd and a feast good enough : 'I James Hogan Is improving in health. and "up-to-date" business.'m,
3V r The big folks of tills section are all i Wife at His Side During Trial.
V while they have productive property | for a king -j )(r.. Harper and V Miss: Blaqch Marsh We have no -"tigers. here and iM
44.; .' busy planting and cultivating; the lit- Atlanta, Ga,, Sept 25. 1906.
: and growing interests at .other opints. ---- have returned from their, visit t< ,, censed saloons' This is a "dry" costy
lIe they getting j.
girls! think .are. rich \ X. Strobhar was yest""dayatter-
_!V stood faithfully by their desert- lkf Bryant-, i'ydings. tor and ,report having a .tldi htfuli and the officers seem to mafi
; picking strawberries, ;\\"hil6the small. noon acquitted of the charge ot larceny -
J fields here. Hope 'c>8e'd tell Year tints with relatives .and friends.,,. |fairly earnest-effort: to enforce tbe 3s
I V On Friday last then 24th of April at boys are making crates at the mill. i after trust in that he was charged ,
V after work and ,encourangement i Mr. Muhroe is rearing his tram Local politics are getting war lone
_ ? .,: year 11 o'clock a. m. at the Episcopal You 8te. :Mr. iiitor,- that there I? work with having fraudulently converted to
of summer was swept away by the 11'lad.< which lie will use to run his hears the -usual amount of"m
:f\ _
? : V V church in \Velaka. }1a.,. occurred the ht'refill: aU-no place for ldkrs.V I his own use $1,70.18ofthe funds of
winter cold. Igu1J-'J ( to' the Ocklawaha river slinging" generally indulged in !!
,i ', 4.V : a
; most beautiful wedding of the season TAWXEY, M.tNEV :. V the Atlantic Coast Line railroad enr .-
These have not been a murmuring i:at Gore's ,Landing times and of "leg pulling" and-'pa
= Pi! : ; V when Miss Mary O. Bryant, the accomplished V I V \ trusted to him as, agent of said rail-

V V V V people. No,. they have stood by Mr. I GAITER ViLLE. j i Mr. Brumby 1a1S quite a nice little V meat of "polls by candidates
*: and lovely daughter of road. at Gainesville, Fla.
,}. .!1' their posts with Spaftan-lfke endurance I t orange grove ,at his Jionie, pla(e. He poor voter can vote. ,'SI"
: and Mrs. Henry Bryant was unitedin Xa .
; ver.j soonerwas, verdict in the superior
PJV.-r: V and have proved themselves indefatigable E. I The Jarmers at presen'. are all: i is sivin it good attenriona a The writer being 'independeitis ;
to. Mr. William
marriage Tyd
V ; court which restored him ,to lib .
V workers and" of invincible ings of Silrer 'Springs. I busy working out their crop.getting, !.f: resuU: it !s reSl. ndng! ,nicely'. 10 ..thehcare f own politics does not tai..m
announced 'than
t Strobhar was
: : V spirit What Is .the prospect, to- in readiness for the t af harvesting, j it L: receiving As.the soft sweet notes of the wedding \ I taken in custody to .await the determination -
I which -is
I day? M.ost. encouraging. A retired near at hand. < veII. It.shows what work, and patience I see a long list of names for th
march by '
being played
; were Melons in this"section' looking \' by Governor Terrell of a request -
1 < merchant and .gentleman of wide .experience are I jivill: accornpli.-h., V .ous offices and each of their trten.
L Viola -McLeod. the two ushers Messrs. |or extradition upon the charge
who spent the winter here Grfeenwood and Lottie McLeod. .Well and some are already beginning'' :ilr. nnttr: A. J'ltrAl: had quite I nearly "pestered. their lives" ouSj
Clarence of
bloom. : larceny after trust of some $20,000 ,
to '
: near the groves, was heard'to em-. 1 a lotof *impan.y! fronr GrahanivilleSaturday j they have finally consented t stat
the .bride and her I
by i
followed ThEre is' some of the! fundsof the Atlantic Coast Line j
,V V phatlcaU/ declare, on: the day that he V little sickness- In our ,. and ilrs. Mollie Mar i ,received {:tor the offices. '
father marched, up. the aislethe. V railroad from the governor of"Florida..!j VV
; fl
V' .left for. his home the handsomest inV Chancel -rail where the. ushers separated burg. Mrs. F. W. Ross .Is ai' present lots _of fine- presents from, some>, i t JThe writer has got to'hear
t Strobhar was taken in
confined her 'custody: by adepnty I "
to home but wehij
of the middle states "for the next : e'to of: her pie and -friends..
one io
and the' bride' and her fathet special |,I instance of one. of 'the e genifenw
sheriff and:
was committed
t' seeher f I to
V thirty, years I consider the'... orange proceeded on to the altar; wher out .again soon. V Your Vurresjmndent ,had the 'pleas- ;: being asked to run" though he i" fah
1 : I theTower -shortly after dark .elt..r.
::: V business 'the safest of any in the the' broom came but 'of the vestry George E.: Thoma.s"aJi ill 'with fevei, ure of meeting M. r. and Mrs. Hat tm, day I I afternoon.- Vr j:'ly well informed in local, politics!-}

V United States. last week, but is nJable ,to be out. fro.ni Ocala. last Suaday. They report \ He is not a candidate
with. the minister and took his nor etel
j Argument upon the requisition frmn"the "I:
.Miss IneZ Ross home
: V 'New ,names have been added tn the the right of. the bride. when came Friday everything lovely in .the! "Brick Cit '." % been but does not think it a disfito .
place on
governor "Florida witf be heard '
V V V list 'of Citra orange growers Among and returned to Ocala Sunday; to resume Mr. Hutson had been .on an expedition : nin for'office., but tJtinks..ti:!
the was erformed .by the Teri-eU.
ceremony her studies. l y ftyvernor 10 o'clock Friday -
the heroic pioneer! workers In this line Rev., G. W. Ward of Huntington. sujTiinoning jurors for the spring; term V -V ought to be an honorto be sel

; -' ;.V -, who have' reason to rejoice over their After the ceremony ". Mr. and Mrs. V Mr. J. R. Rucker was a business vijitor !'- of the circuit court. Among 'qtiurshe The morning; V to be a candidate for. any OffiCe."
V application for re'iui4itioni1l i
tn Dunelkm Monday. ; T
V ,. : prospects are Messrs. Borland. Kells. V 'caught your correspondent r I The writer: is familiar with th4-
drove the residence cf'1r. ||
Tydings to .
be .
stubbornly V
\Ve understand that the opp e.tI. by $trobhar'sCounsel i
dance Friday -
V .
,Bareus. Wyckoff and Douglass. Henry Br'ant.'here they received Lot, ofi. >f>ople are having their bastr.fs wary election law" and in his opiias
night at the home of it being alleged by them thatl} >
Mr. f:. L. ;
k Mr. M. A. Rice always sanguine their friends and had lunch. afterwards overhauled at the- new shop The: i it has.become a "stench In the nos"trlMB
-- he is ready to- return Florida of V

I expending yearly in the face of opposing at 12:30 they left on the steamer Redding was fine. _and well attentJed.Galter"jUe man In charge uf it is Savins no trnu-' owii accord, to ,face any charge against i.s. of honest men" and has been "welgfu-

forces considerable labor and William Howard for Palatka: from was well represented 'in hle. i IH "earnins his bread by the sweat I in the balances and found wantl
"I him. but .thai, will
V he resist atttmpftft .
the "Drick -
V any
V city" lol1t1aamong tho.:t'tht.e "
V money on his own grove now accepts of hi-s bru\\-. V i have
_ : there they go for a two visitto I take hhn there under arrest. many objections to the P .wS1

V a five .year lease on the orange ,grove St. Augustine and Jacksonville before 'being Messrs. E. V. Rayburn J. Mr. Lewis Hall of s>i,arr. w a.s one i | system too long to be stated Iii
};. Brook and "Uncle JoeaiH'o 'VVV L. Tiif jury'retired: shortly after 1 o'clock
property of Capt. Barney, which includes going back to Sliver Springs among a good many visjtors' to our yesterdayaterfloon.V V and I jlhults ot this article but at thfeiof .
at 2
T. Strickland of
Heidtsville. -
_ ,
;, V the Barney grove and one half where they will reside in the future. ,. little "burg" Saturday. /: V :o'doekinto, the court room and I being tedious 1.-wlll state a ::

V V I I TTT hf'pf lluirliM____ him WMiswntHi fin' '
of that known as J the Cliffordl He has hem.
V The n_ church_____ _n was 'beautifully__ __ __ decorated Fish are plentiful 'n the river11) I.the ; 'n'I;r(>tl1rn ,la verdict of nut guilty. t j jj It;
given :.his personal assistance to the season. '
with evergreens, roses and utag- V .Thellf'femf' First
V V not have a fish fry? All right When? ; C S S'V I upon the esuh [ V

V :difficult and dangerous_ work of removing nolia blossoms. Over'the rail was suspended In the near future.. .Jlshnient an -aliSj. They introduced.;, Many thousands of ,dolfan aT

V the large- heavy sheds put ui an arch of green and wbite\ > Daisy umber Two. V V 1 evidence to 'show that Strobhar wed to pay alleged election
Wonder whose heart .
was .
breakingand ,
V for protection of trees. and has accomplished --- 'I It'ft'' '
while from the center hung a prettybell Jacksonville the .jud rarely. is any public !
; Weeding last Sunday nIght? We \\\' continue rut.. A IU1.- ) \ 4ut morning1 of .\ eXfi
& without Injury to the laborers of magnolias with little bird's v. .- k.'l'j 1 mdeCf this
: V V little to the trees. a certainly; hoi they will find an.)fher' had another', jji..w.} s'.iow. 3v arrival in Favanna1i1::::: p..' m, i ifir money.A .
V and very while
nest nestling among the.lea'.e. V that (3ai and that it \H1s few gentlemen who nay ,
We have not seen any, candidates in i i i.'''. a physicalhuirfissibUlty. '
The. outlook for fruit' is promising.. here and there along the sides of the : honorable! men, calling laers.,.1
_ : this section.! Wonder: if they are going Mr. James: Hoganvht'n inAtlanta
Mr. Rice, after last year's ,exper- church roses and magnolia; blossoms. state and comruttta
were executive
L t', slijrht us this time? F.etter not, Vomejroml quite sick has been removed tu OCHH. : !)n that day 'be'f'r.tht' hour .
fence feels that he has the secret of ,
The bride dressed in a set themselves dictate
was at which up to our p-yii
: I things'in GaitervtUe. So It'tth He is" at theCarltori house, and is banks v.lose.iar's !
controlling and exterminating the beautiful blue silk'traveling dress with I cal principles and In their fi
$ .' owa
candidates (- >me: an'd see for them.- undt: the treatment of Dr. Ho,(>..1.I V !" statement that he had; -
::2 white fly., V hat and gloves to match..and carried a \ patti their friends' opinion all 11
ss. setves. V "jT:;CLE JOE.' ? '. This was a.. bad day furor Jonnie out large sums' for the railroad pa.eracy

bouquet of ca.therint'rmot roses.11 V VV to 'g cnmuany. for vhigh: accord/ns/ to their emanates from th m like tbera;
his best
: V --- I see rL'Ia., the ankle
1 On Easier morning at the Methodistchurch' She is such attractive and popular from the ,
V LOCALS. rule, he had taken no J
t'xl'rps"f' for voqehers, createda
were Jon-
KVirry ym.
V \ the Citra people were glad to young woman that all the business: nie.V sensJitlon. He allt'gt'd'that secret 7sTo one at all is allowed to votaw]

V listen to Mr, L. J. P. Bishop who was houses the- saw mill and ice factory ilr. and Mrs. C: Hilton left Sunday dues not ;
bates paM to' shifj>ers tlf fruits keep in accord aJtd JriiXf|
-Fara\vay Moses" \e.
in his
List rew''
: V on a visit here from New York. His deelared'a half for their summer hl, fut at Short V says
V closed their doors and they thfalifferently.
communication that tables! and plMisphates'ln violation' d.n.ny. .oth<*r f-rs-n whr
n w buggies
V < arevery
V eermon on the "Resurrection" was holiday and one turned out in {'each. Conn. They built a very cozy 'than
the the.'ltlt'S
are fill
interstateVc4Ju1rnere" l :
much in evidence this Jaw's;, would
'most excellent -la the evening after holiday attire In celebration of: her cottage. on their J t'on, Robinson ave in com : f1ubllc.a.ns." "
acit)u'ntfor laa-ge; sujns.of 1l1ilOt'Y11it'h soreheads" an! other }
I think h.
3 a short service by the children. Mrs. marriage. When she left on tha steamer nue while here. which is ready for munity. ,mistaken. Tfi : .gruntled charade "
L'urnad win do rot
|x>or 'ft'lIuwantl"l) to ;shine with hi* ciainied that he had embezzled. ? ,|
V;4 Bishop gave clearly and beautifully. William Howard. a party of thirty- their uctupaney when they,, return litre: V V f=prve to be allowe-l t.> vute any w
best girt nn.l h'all.a. old huggy ft -. : ..
an account of her work in New York in the fall. -
seven ladies gentlemen and children I Immediately, m my .opinion Mr Editor the ca.ndJdate
; ,
painted to fool of
th 1t'ltr girl. "But .
Cty among the children of the Mr. lV.an slor' : .
poor an invitation from Mr. Williams, i of the Methodist
; on such i* life::! Look* girr ,''Jiefure you the verdict, a. crowd surrounded Strolhar )- who comes :>ef>re the Pf'ii
that of uplifting humanity. chun-h. by'hi
embarked his launch the Satilla. aimpanied family.left
on baoked
". by wh04 side sat hi.i little by a petition signed by tw nq
V leup. \U is not gold that glitters ; wife
The church for
had been prettily dec and accompanied them down the river Tuesday Friadelphia. W. Va. [ I five
WIVIOVha,. betu aH devotion voters, from his own precincti
b nor does puihting) .an old buggy make during the
i orated.* To the left masses of pink quite a way bidding them- bon voyage. : He exchange churcbes with Rev :Mr. E
a nt'QOl'. V JUNE Ul'CJ.Geo. time sinc he was extradited from nearer to and in closer touch with
growing geraniums in center front. i Rinse who j
arrived with
'V while Messrs. Smith ,and DaCosta and Wednesday constituents than
Canada.'Many shook hands with' himult.l the man who got
scarlet There were festoons of bamboo I his wife and two littleh drt'n. '
Charles Williams serenaded them with }
V G. Mathews for the Legislature. nfrralulated him and Strobliar through the primary. The candid

; and water lilies from the lake. the flute, guitar and mandolin and the I *Miss Kebu Bryant was the hostess IMr who
who.hjd maimajned the utmost compbsure goes up an4 down the land payir

1l Mrs. Bishop stood to the right inside others treated them to'a shower.rlee 'of a dt'Jlghtful.part} Tuesday evening :. Muthevvs's.: entrance*. .Into .tilt durMig the "polls"
V his trial, bnke> d.Wfland and offering to do dtiij

_ : the, chancel and as she spoke and old shoes, someof which 't-re at; the home 'of her: iKirent.-v\, Mr. race tot- Vth legislature, will-upsnt* former wept. V .. V things ta benefit the average vote

; k V you could- see' the street (5th avenue) tied to the bride's trunk-wlth yards of and ilrs. JV. R. 'BryantThe: ln>urs calculations, \n.1 tn ? friends ot D\ does not
deserve blower
agreement; Reubt.rn..ld his office and '
opened -
: t ts.e large window of the city store white ribbon after a flaal cheer and were whllwl: away with games, musig the various candidateswill have to t>e- the argument for the defense Monday than the man who pledges i

V the unkept urchin from the east side amid the blowing of whistles and ,waving anVil merry conversation. D -)Jiciou.re- gin figuring all over again.The vote to S
had'8traed ::night and was. followed yesterdaymorninghy him. A man who will sell
: so far. his tattered of flags and handkerchiefs, the frf't'l1mentl''f'r..- .fs-rved. iluring the, distinguished: gentleman har I I vote fora otl.
1 and Robert C. Alston who represented money consideration or
soiled garments and bow : ,
j some. launch party left them and turned evening.. been on the. campus I. Igt'nvlIg'h to I
the er inducement tht
Atlantic Coast does know
: i Line railroad not
tHing of the working- his mind and back to Welika. MVesd.I.mes LJus and Halstead and know all th s "ins and" .out-;" of a campaign. '
In the prosecution. He was folvlowed i meaning of honor. .I hope some peji -
!-V, beRt intent :upon the picture placed The bride received a number of Valuable Miss Udi-nes sttt'nt' f'I exhibition by.J. D. Kllpatrick.'for. the de- competent, to do so will say soa!.!
V ; V :on for Easter-that fa.* ; and handsome presents as.well. havIng; dental work done.V and ready shaker and a tireless
ffnw I thing
: rd :licitor Charley 11111 about this subject.
V!i; 1 moue one, Th Descent from the as a complete get of tinware and cookIng )11'.:'. O. M. Gale1 and 'children. of i I worker.' V con-
v V 'I % eluded tot the state. You. yourself, might express
> ; 'Cross. A gentleman in passing p u.s-I utensils for her kitchen. I Ocala: \\t'1't'hf'f't! from l''ridd.un1il I He has been a, in iaber of the JCI is- V
V Thet'ontnUlJn of the statewas that p!inton_on It, but I know theo amon*
E4 beside the
$ ; boy. seeing his earnest I W.. ". If Sunday.the gnests'of: Mr. and crs.Ridge. I Uture from'this 't'ounty and is' well

A1 COZO ,asked "What is that? The boy V .. V V .. up: in parliamentary proceedings which Strpbhar, who at the time of the aIr courage required of an editor tM

V, aId "Don't you know; Don't NOTICE. r legel" e0ll1m!. t:1CUof the .offense; was days to critcize existing institution;:'
you&irVV Mr. and )Ir: W. C. Doolittl and |i> so essential to .success.; In leglslatiVe
( ". :,"- .know That, is Jesus who was cruel- Mr*. Bush retnrned Monday front a [ body :" agent of' the Atlantic Coast Line rail As to "the primary" it in no way &;

\ ...:.. V fled." Where did you learn that my Upon. motion it was ordered. by the visit of several days at Okeehumka. | In' the last carnaigri! Mr. Mathews road at Gainesville, Fla... had on August presses the will of the people but 0

V V ... oyr ""On. over on the East side at Board of County Commissioners 'at i'hrtiittds of Mr. C. )French V will I niadft 'a. good rave' and 1)6 belieye.-j be 2$ and :29 last received som the contrary disfranchIses from on;|

V VrV. :' V the mission" As the gentleman start- their meeting held April.5th, 1906. that be glad to know ,h is rapidly'improvin wiuJ4 undoubtedly have 'won out had ,$9.200 in paymenj.of of freights for th i half to two-thirds of the voters. \1,)

; j V ":' V ed.on'te boy called., "Say mister i for[ the information the public notice ?, after his very severe illnesw. von- he V been content In jHinply railroad that bas involved as. to the executive committees, they seg

: ', V. .... : V, !tuaed ,sonwthlng else over there.He Is hereby given that the Tax Col- tra'ted.on his way hoW. after his own' jut ere.-,w and hall looking not his accounts with.the railroad company to be in no way democratic but'1f

FiV V jV V ... didV stay -deadN (meaning the Sav- lect r will keej his books open for the Mr.* an4 Mrs. :XiVhola Rrown" are "toted the nkillef for *thrs in the ,at tharttoie, took. with other mon a vacancy occurs by death or othei

.; -: t'l'. T) an4 showing how well ha had reception: of poll ,taxes, .from April. :e. now keeping h. ase in th Shedd cot... !. eys' belonging. ... to ,the railroad, two. 1se they do not go to the people.. j :

,.,. ..,,J ? V:, .;;:VV' Wa.taught: the. redemption 'story, I9v$ to Hay 5th', 19 C. tage.. ...VV j. niCe.He has learned V something V from ex- checks aggregating Jl.70i.18. came to simply resolve that some, other ma;

: .: She told pf the different ways by By order of the Board of County V i Atlanta and cashed them. at will succeed '
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make the
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'Y4E40.No.; 48. .
,.z. ; 27, 1906.

The Strawberry Festival at the Rec FrazerMitchell.A ,

I 1 tory.

The strawberry-and- Ice 'cream festival Easter quiet and Sunday pretty night wedding at Summ occurred r',::1 0. K. 1

given by the ladles of Grace GROCERY
cOl-tome BakingWitt Episcopal church In the rectory yard field when Miss Effie Mitchell, daughter ,

Friday afternoon proved to be a very of Mr, and Mrs.A. D. :Mitchell became 6'I

"s4 pleasant and successful affair. the wife, of Mr. Joseph Frazier

''K, ;" The yard was lighted with elec- The ceremony was performed by ReDuncan v. W E DEAL Only in Good Things to Eat
.Ef':;.; ".'',' i trjc lights and Japanese lanterns: sus- ;'I
of Micanopy In the'presencE and Keep the Best We Can Our
: Buy.
pended from
-\t: big oaf:. :-rt and

:.,' with small tables scattered around of the family of the bride and a few Stock is as Complete as in Ocala and is
\:: intimate friends. any -
the yard and
ift ROYAL the many people present -

; :,;r, formed an animated and pictur- Promptly at half past seven the Always Clean and Well Kept. While in town
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f esque scene. It bride and groom unattended entered Give us a Trial and be Covinced

In the ever lug music rendered by a the parlor, where they were met by thatjlwe: are

; string band added to the enloyme::f. Rev.. Duncan, who united them in

t t Baking Powder Strawberries ice cream, sandwiches, marriage.The "CX K."

: coffee etc., were on saTe and a num- floral decorations were lovelythe

." ber of pretty :young girls acted as the color scheme being green and
; : serving maids. Among them we noted white. Give the ,Market Price for Eggs. Theyare -
:1\eUnited States Agricultural Misses Caroline Pastuer Jean Teague, The young bride who is a beautiful up this week.

'" Department Annie Laurie Perry, Erin Young, Ele- blonde was gowned in white silk

has issued (and circulates free) a valuable report nor Crom Laura 'Norwood Adele Bit- and carried white carnations. Call and get Pumpkin Seed Free of Charge if

r : tinger Lillian Anderson Jan: Weathers ,After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. ,
giving the results of elaborate experiments Annie Frazier, standing before : '
a made AtkinsonSue Andersonand the fern you want to try for the $10.00 prize.

by and under the direction of the Department several others.. banked,mantle received the congratulations

At the candy table Mrs. G. C. Pas of their friends.

i "' ;,which show the great saving from baking at home, tuer Miss Ethel Robinson and Miss Refreshments were then served by, CLARK BROS..Pro Next to Mclver

l, with Hattie Dye were in charge. The candies Mrs. Joe Davis and Miss Mitchell, sisters I p. and MicKay
as compared cost of buying at the bakers. of the 'bride.
were so delicious that it was nor Both were becomingly -1

1, All bread,cake,biscuit, crullers, etc.,are very much very long before they had dispose cf gowned, Mrs, Davis looking unusually i -

it all. lo"elIn
f champagne mouse-

fresher,deaner,cheaper and more wholesome when A feature that was especially pleasIng line de soire and Miss Mitchell was

J made at home with Royal Baking Powder. to" the little ones was the "Hower pretty In her gown of Alice blue crepe -THE]
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bed, which de chene. They "
1 f. was under the directionof were assisted by Miss

{(, Miss Edith Patch. A betl of sweet Oyer, of Citra, who wore a becominggown _
I peas were presumably growing in a of white.

t-- --- 'bed of sawdust. Five cents was oaid The bride, who is familiarly known I

!"'f.SARA. 'ELIZABETH HARRIS, Dr. Bennett passed:: through Ocala for.a bunch of the flowers; and at the to ner senoo mates and friends as I Mariorj Hardware COl1)pogy.

,.t',, ,- Local Editor. Friday .afternoon on his way home end of them was found different ar "Eppie" has grown from childhood to .

.,",'--- from ticles of interest to the small folks. lovely young womanhood in Summerfield. -
State Medical Associatkm's
The attendance at this festival wasquite Possessing a firm sweet lovableC'haracter. t "
' : -large. and the amount of the box she has many friends wwish ho -

; of money: was s.?n in the hands of the her a long and happy life with
Mt, '.'Daniel A' Miller is nursing -a'I' petition Is being circulated cashier. but we did not learn howmuch the man of her choice. American Wire Fencing, ;: x-, .-{..-," *.. < ,

P.I ; \ carbuncle.Water's asking Capt. D. H. .!!it'rcf Hunter was made. The proceeds will The. grooni'is, a :young man of many '}{7";"';" '";;,. _
county to'enter the race for senator be devoted to the church debt. sterling qualities of character and is Sash,1 Doors and Blinds /---15--v.; :!

t ink marks the path to front..the twentieth senatorial dis in business with Mr. Nathan May .
and fame. Try it. trict. Paints. Oils. and Varnishes '
Bells. '
-\-1..,, > Marriage He has made many friends during his \ : .
'Jiri, Herman Benjamin has gone to There was a -surprise stay here. The young couple will go 1 Mill! and Mining "
)frj. marriage at Supplies -:
and Miss '
Mamje immediately to ,
Keller ,
jUlanta visit housekeeping in the < -- :
: to her parents Air
and the home of Mr. Ben Borden in thefirst .
: of 'Cry!> ,Etver, were in Ocala Fri- !. :MacKay. cottage. ',
Steinhelmer, : '
day. They were on their way to Jack- ward Sunday evening, when Mr. r' ...y "- '. Snpplies, ? /:;
Thomas Smith and Miss Virginia Isa- Death "' 0"-:
sonville to Mrs. of Mrs. Simpson. : ; '
motzl tlltllr aind Is needed to spread ru is also )Irs.see Keller's daughter.Walter Burt who belle Laveigne were pronounced "man ."-. ,..:,_ Improved Farming Tools,

but for reliable news you must and wife" by Rev. L. W. Moore of Mrs. Annie Elizabeth -
-' Simpson after *
tad: your home paper. this city. .: \ rGET OUR PRICES
Miss Tattle an illness of _
Williams, who for t'w e'eri1l'e ks die'I
It seems: there were some parental in Jacksonville
past five six late Thursday night'at
or weeks has been visitIng
Mr, C. f
J. Grace In
was Friday after- objections to the
in Jacksonville and with friends marriage on the part the home of her son. Mr. :Robert R
; of the :young lady, but it was another Simpson. ,
call and relatives at Live Oak '
and other ;

-, places reached home Saturday after- case'.. "where' love laughs at lock- Mrs. Simpson was tatan 111 \vhi'' I'Marion Hardware finmnanvIf .

jVMr, 0; M Gale arid family- went toerica noon. smuas.The young people!, hied'themselves I on H a visit to one of her !:o stn Tal-I i IlamLssee I
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Friday afternoon to OUt was lasen 10 Jack.nvm "
, Mr. J. M. I to Ocala with the above result. a few days before f
.41str days with relatives. Graham of Connor Mr. her death. r

...;<:' t.. ,. .'''_ Dixon Irvine, of Orange Lake Mr. Hen There was no one present to witness Mrs. Simpson was a very highly esteemed -I

=Ills Bernica Mark vt Jacksonville, Smith of Oxford, and Mr. J. A. Pitt- the marriage ceremony except lady of that city and was be-

t" Nlth[ $ attractive guet'of her st. to man. .of this city, are among those the famines of Mr. Borden and :Mr. loveb by all who knew her. She'spent

MdWlier-la-lavv. Mr. and Mrs. who will attend the Confederate Vet Gimore, relatives of the gruoai, anda the winter and spring in Ocala with If You Want to Gorge Out

IHsrry eran re-union few other friends The bride Is the her daughter, .Mrs.
,., Lcpham. at New Orleans. Harry B. Clarkson!'
b f.,' .. _ pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. and had many friends here, w.trl'

r. JV+ TV.. Marean, who has been Let's try and eliminate the Creaks. Ijaveigne of Oxford Sumter county, Bret to learn "f her deat Mr- anJMrs. Will the Real

l.da.niiMlsI. { 111 at the home .of hispuvati.pr. At least .don't let them invade the and the groom is a son of the late : Clarkson were both with Mrs ) Thing

and Mrs. .W H. Marean, legislature !If we can possibly prevent Reuben H. Smith of Oxford, well Simpson at the time of her death. i ,

tsotneewhat known in Ocala; Indeed, he was said The
.improved.ilrrpell It. Ifve are unfortunate funeral took place Saturday
enough to t For
; this
.',.... I to have been the first male child bornin Spring styles, put on one of our new Spring Suits
have: them at home let's try, and keep i ithem' I morning. Bishop Weed officiating 1111 i _
| Moody, who has: been in our city. i the bOdy cut in the latest fashion and one of our all one piece Panama Hats.
there. They can do less harmat was interred In G!." e1wo'.1 f
lksla for toe :past week his Mr. Smith is You will find
visiting home than running at large. a prosperous farmer (cemetery, Jacksonville. Quality, Style and Workmanship that can only b. seen
mother;Mrau S. W. Molly, returned to and lie and his lovely bride will 'return Besides here. Rich in
- 4ctaaha -- Clarkson, Mrs.: Simpson 'I Style. Right in price. We have a large and varied
yesterday home in a day or two, make
.''- i I ,The man who went out .to milk and [with the ,"old people" receive their up loss, leaves four sons to. nvmrn' her stock of Shoes for the entire Family. The new and nobby Pump

"'J.11s" Sara Harris went clown tok'tystax sat down un a, boulder in the middle :blessing and all I Style in White Canvass, for Ladies are here. Also
we hope will be well. The -Ocala a large stock of
River Saturday *aferv>jn to of the pasture and waited for the cow Our best wishes are theirs." Banner extends It< sympathies Oxfords for Men. The well known Walkover
r and Hanan
l#'td. several days as the guest ofI to back up wa/s a brother tit the man > to the son-owing rela'.Jves; of.. & Son
M? the deceased. Makes. Give us a call before buying elsewhere.W.
!: Gaorgz. W. Watson. who kept a stove and would'nt advertise Agatherdarian Society. .
r because he reasoned that the'pur- Agatherdarian Society held its Ryerson-Nevitt.
Annie Sharps Is expected h. me would J.
chasing public back Chambers
to hisplaceof
ht, from Atlanta up regular meting Friday April, 20.\ Miss Mamie Xevitt and Rev MrRyerson .
where she hasseveral
business, when it wanted
'tor After the minutes of the last meet were marireJ on Wednesday
days having her .
T something.Mr.
ltiea.ted 'by Dr. Calhoun. ing were read and approved the following April IS, at the home of the bride *T Shoe Co.

program, having as its subject"Sprln1 Toronto, Canada
I" T. Xeellh m. Ocala'i reliable
was rendered: The bride is
it a cousin of Miss Emily
talberg., of this city, has plumber has his store on the cornerof '
! Song Daffodils: Sarah Davis. Ford of this city, and spent the winter
phased Blue Front store aiTAtnnelloh t Lime and North streets( on the old .
Recitation, Annie Atkinson. here several years her
ago as
from A. M. Rlzy.11', Stal! Spencer lot) completed and is occupying
'> Recitation' Lou McKinney. guest She made many friends he.'e
S .n eell out his business here same. He has full of
: a supply
Reading. Edwin Spencer. who will be Interested in the news of

-Tara, t fa no, batter43' of buildln experienced Oration, Annie Mathews. the marriage. Ocala Furniture Conjpany. I

fT-SsIf11! town than by giving to our Recitation, Edna Smith. The groom is a missonary to Japari
ion stands at the head. Dont forget
yr**;businessmen. our entire and ex. Recitation Ethel Turner. and Mr. and Mrs. Ryerson will mak?
'r where he Is* located if )'uuare in need Robert
!ft patronage. The more we hell Oration, 'Anderson. their home in that country. They wi'i]
of work in his line.
.. f other the more -we help the fMiss Roll Call with quotations. sail for their distant country home '.he

;, o; DEBATE. latter part of this month. There is Nothing Too Good For You.' '
M. Byrd Wartmann went up to : _" :
1.0:1.;" -* -- Resolved, That Alexander was a .
Citra Saturday afternoon to remain ,
JIFto'f;- --U't.u"'.l( 'u.\Wfsnn "ltl'f.d, greater, general than Caesar. An Epworth League Rally. .:""',, .,: ":':-'
over Sunday with her brother, Mr. .
,e 5olna at Lakeland Saturday)' af-'Eo L. Wartmann and family. She \ffimative-Jean Teague, Lucile That's a broad statement but It h Tds good for you will surely:'re-: '.- :

f n::: tgr' a, visit of ten days -In. Moore.Negative. The senior and. junior League Bret buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that '; "
went you
particularly to -
1 say: good-bye to
\)1ift nt'r parents: 311' and Mrs. her niece Ii sIan' 1VarimannWhoin -ilijiceMoore, Mamie are planning for an anniversary L should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods and if you would .

. Se1lnour, Counts. rally service, Sunday, May 6, 1906 knowhere you can get the best goods at lower prices than ''
company with Mr. and Mrs. Chris you .
Paper The senior league has been organized -" are paying some other place. -.r, ,'.
: tian Ax. wiy leave In a few.. days; ; for ..
V 6'e pavidaon and son, The judges, Janet Weathers, Edwin for fourteen years, and one
Europe, ,where they, will sp?nd tie .
cr Zartc, returned home Satur- Spencer and Robert Anderson decided Item of much interest will be a resume "

eihein l1. from & visit to Mrs, summer.- ... in favor of the affirmative. of the League's history. SffiithRoberts : <;"I :: :" : .

xg; 'J.1>i\rt'nt, )11' and Mrs.Rohtat .. Dr. Mary' Langdon, after spending! After the critics, reported there being Rev. Frederick Pasco, D. IX, Edi:, ; .:

: Rexburg. no' more business before the society tor of the Florida Christian Advocate,
several days in Ocala, left for Sleln-
It adjourned to and will take: .pleasure in showing yo the best
meet goods
1 Friday, president of the Florida Stategp"ort at the lowest
tosh Friday afternoon. Langdon\
,:Sam league arrived II April 21. League, wilt the price Everything in the furnf ore line at consistent prices.
home Sa- appear on
graduated in medicine from a Philadelphia -
att tn ji from Atlanta ivhe w' Medical COllege. and for many LOLA A..-' RAYSOR. program TlwLeagueis; very fortunate

s.ex attepdiAg school. lie haw ; Secretary in securing Dr. :Pasco. ,
years, she has' been. a missionary dj s
eta s1ck for the past several 1 This meeting wilt occupy the nightservice
tor to India. She
z gave two talks at "Faraway Moses our correspondent
arls'honye to hour at the Methodist church, STUDEBAKER WAGONS
-b reeu crate.
t the Christian! church ;while she was in at Daisy,_ and "lincte: Joe.t. our >
will be a great occasion for the :
S ., She is, spending her vacation correspondent, at Gaiter were in to .
: !o 'eatllera ;aiP a oyc2 in America. Dr. Langdou is a, very y see us Monday and report everything Leaguers Ocala. Full program will We have secured the agency of the celebratedStndebaker -. i;;:.;- '; ':

to a appear later. ( > Farm and Teaming Wagons, and are in a position to supply
number of fcr small pleasant talker aria it is a matter ,of in their respective sections in excellent "
S4ttirday your trade. When you want a really good ?'&
afternoon. Accom* much regret that shedid not havebigger l shape. "Curie Joe" was accom-. Cures Coughs and Colds. was- "'"; Y
ats on call on us f and "
-ipformaflon prices.
s Margaret .Eaglt-ton audiences to hear her, -However -' panied' by his young friend. Mr. : \ -3'
t u4 their Mrs. C. Peterson 625. Lake St Topeka ';
bi-ycle Into *he those who, were fortunate enoughty .Brooks, of the Wlthlacoochee! r
cove, Kan. "Of all ,
says; cough remedies
:Xak fUarst. and spent a hear her talk on India Thursday but .'Un le Joe" says he is makingvery'frequent Ballard's Horehound Syrup THE CAMERON a BARKLEY\ CO.: ,

1ttu( / is my favorite. It has done and will
They had night, were very mucn pleased with and
tbe'woods regular trips to do all that is claimed.for it-to speed- CHARLESTON. S. C. /1. '
Y returning home her. She told of her missionary work Gaiter which means that he will soon Hy coure all coughs and colds- and it I 'i

,. ark. In India In a .most interesting way. be Interviewing Judge Bell. Is so sweet and pleasant to take. For F. a H O F F M AN. / i
4A sole by all druggists. .m Florda_ Representative. Phone 20 1 Savvy Hotel Jeala,: Ftaric.:*. t:1 --
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Among thevuildm.s destroyed are; I, ferry house; postofBce; 3, Merchants' Exchange; 4, Occidental hotel; 5, Crocker .
Ovlldtno: 6, Sari Frat c1'o Cbronicle building; 7. Phelan building; LFoftke building; 9. Donohue building; 10, O'Brien buildlrg -
; Ili ity hall, 12. Mechanics' pavilion (used as a trofpitai); 13, old Spreckels buildtng; 11, Academy of Sciences; 15, lame Company Total "Cash net Avenge .
Flood buUdins; IS, Claus Spre : .
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THE CALIFORNIA SUFERERS. episodes that must be ocurring in all The Living and the Dead., .
.. .':, l The Washington Life... .. ..... . .| $737 40.$631 O0.$106.40$5; 32
parts of the ill-starred city. It is :
Governor Broward Issues a Pro la- left to the imagination to picture' "Do not keep the abalaster boxes :,:: Connecticut Mutual... .. .. .. ..' ?,...11! I 716 40j 602 00{ 114 '40| 5 72 ,' .; :'

mation. ,; Mutual Benefit. ... ..... .. ....... .II 72-1'| 40{ 599 91124: 481| 6 22 :
grimy firemen officers and clvilans, of love and tenderness sealed T :
your up ..,;; ,'. Aetna Life. .. .. ... .. . .. .'....j 11| 739 20[ 614 OOj 125 201626 '
who possibly without food since Wed-
disaster until your friends are dead. Fill their
Whereas a unparalleled In : Prudential .... ... ,... .. .... ...|11| 739 OOj 610 OOJ 129 OOj G't S -
nesday morning have been fightingthe
; the history of the United States has lives with sweetness. Speak apron ; Phoenix Mutual. *... .... ...... .-...1f| | 743 20! 613 OOflSO l 20j 6 bl -:
fire as best they could without wa-
Ing, cheering words while 'their ears '
overtaken the State of California In .;' .. National of Vermont. ..'........:. .. .. .11| | 745 40j 609 92| 13G: -481| I 6 77. '
ter, only to find their labor lost and can bear them and while their hearts
'the destruction by earthquake and. themselves exhausted. The frenzy United States. .. :. .. ... .. ... ....11| | 681 60| 539 31| 142 29| ,111 ,

fire on the morning of the 19th of i of can be thrilled and made happier by .'-', i Home Life .... ..".. .. ..'. ..... .....| | 727 601} 566 00} 161 60| 8 ,08' '
old and young their realizing sense
them the kind
; 'things you may mean '
April, of the City of San Francisco of "'.' Union Central .. .I.. ... .... .'...... .11.710 00| 566 00| 144 001| 7.20 '
impotency of abject helplessness, ,
to when before
they -
say are gone say '
the commercial metropolis of the Pacific the keen physical suffering; the sick- they go. The flowers :you mean to > Penn Mutual. .. ...... :..... ....:.. ...11| | 715 001 609 92} 135 OSJ 6 75

.. elope and numerous other cities nenlng sight of dead, charred bodies; send for their coffins send to brightenand .,::. Northwestern.. .. ......... ...1.:.... .11| | 756 001 609 00;, 147 00;; 7 35
and towns
of said
state which disaster the panic of thousands fleeing to escape sweeten their homes before they Provident Savings..u.(1. (| 691 40J, ,39 OOj lag 40| 7'62
has resulted in the destruction New .| j 720 OOj 565 00| 155 0011( 75 ::
danger, yet not knowing whitherto leave them. If my friends have alabaster .
of hundreds of millions of dollars in turn; the clouds of smoke and boxes laid full of fragrant Equitable Life: ... .. . ....:..'. ... ...I(766 i | 80; 610 OOi 156 80)7; 84 "
property values and the loss of thousands New York Life.. .."... ... .
s masses of flame; the crashing of walls perfumes of sympathy and affection ., ..,', .... ,11766| | 00; 609 00; 157 00; 7 89 .

of unfortunate people strippedof and the roar of exploding dynamite; which they intend to break > Germania.. .. .* .. .. .'.........Yl.......II 750 601| 610 00| 140 60j 7 03 <.. <, .-: ,

their earthly possessions without '. Canada Life. .. ... ... ....-, ..;..;..:, ...|/1| 739 00| 609 OOj 130 OOJ 6 50 '< ,
\ homes and suffering even for the necessaries -- -- Provid't Life & Tru.-;*, .... ..... ...l...| | 665 60} 53& 311| 126 29j| In .

'. of life; State :Mutual .. ... .. ....I..j_ | 732 00| 564 78| 167 %21| 8 36 -:-- ''C:'
Now,, therefore I, Napoleon B. "
: Massachusetts ,MutuaI..I jj t 732 40{ | 564 1SU1! 62! 8 38 -: >

Broward.; governor of ..Florida hereby John Hancock. ... . . . .. ..| j 732 401 564 78| 167 62| 8 3S '
issue this my proclamation calling ; ,
.. .11| | 731 40| 610 OOj 127 40| 631 '
upon the people of the state of FlorIda .

to promptly contribute of those --.. .- -- -,.

stores with which Providence has

4 blessed' them, tof the relief of .the des- The Company at Estimates the Least -and Pay the MostHOOPER

titute and suffering people of our sis I

ter state. IS THE BEST t

'a' And 1 especially call upon the mayors .

of the several municipalities in .

the state, the presidents of the boards

: of trade, and the ministers of all denominations & SMITH, District Managers. \

to. take immediatelysuch

steps as may be necessary to OFFICES OVER POSTOFFICE. OCALA, FLORID*

x direct local attention, to the needs of I .

: the destitute people of California, so

';_ that immediate contributions can be -
fir' ;g'e ,.A r e ALL SORTS. butchers. The of All
Greatest is
I .. made, and placed in the hands of fit Charity
agents- to be transmitted to the proper One. bird tied Is better than a nun- We do not know the: full of 1
_ .authorities. In the state of California. 4 '. If we could but love the living as dred flying. other's troubles, just asw d.: E

?":?*lIe *that giventh i .quickly giveth ,, ve i { we love the .dead. When the calf kick ft 45' time to, know each other's lives. We pass'

.. ; twice. When -pain itself leaves,, then allis thresh the. cow. repass'along life'sVa), and in ?J'

'$ ; at an end indeed. If thy friend is homely i3a rat lick ing .
f Gfveh'tinder" hiy'harid'ari'dt the Grea[ 4 say we are "getting along,

." Seal of the state: at Tallahassee! the ;i yS % } t ; }; ...w It Is in the presence of eternal sir him up together. right" or that all's welL But bar |
.capital "...," leave that we regret so many vain Better eat onions all thy. life than hind commendable '
_ this this spa ,
_ 20th day of April. in the t f H
''..Year words. dint upon grease and chicken once troubles that eternally all
of Our Lord One Thousand Nine : gnaw
'Hundred. and Six and the Independence : )4! Never hurt those whom you love, then long in vain for ever more. vitals of our lives. The buried .pi.!,

-. of the United States *the OnHundred J they will avenge themselves after QUIET THOUGHTS. not always dead but we may lea

and Thirtieth. 'death.: A woman's vanity is never due links that may yet chain it te 1|

Regret is more unbearable than actual to the compliments of.other
K B. BUOWARD; e x F t ? t women. living present Therefore we sboa
," Governor'of Florida. ytik I If Ii pain because it is: generally, If a man lives beyond his income be more charitable toft-arJ each

By the Governor: Attest. coupled with remorse.Dissapointment the outcome is sure to 1)6 unsatisfac- ers faults. Perhaps if you :::|

_ H. Clay Crawford, i Is a garden laid tory. knew your brother's life it *i|
.. -- ,' Secretary of State. i waste. a warm spring' Ice bond, a .\ shapely girl hasn't much use for soften that hard spot in your >t( j

1 t"t smiling face overclouded. a wrap that doesn't enable her to show-: that you have nursed against t|

Health. is Youth. One must not only be nu poet: but off.A We are 'subject to error, to wroa

Disease:; -- ,. tnPYRfGKCtoaL BYS.E Pt1CtM' NesTO. one must never have suffered oneself ,,! girl isn't an old maid until she doing to a merciless fate that s t
Herbine. token sickness-every bring morning old age be. to affirm that grief is less pIg.: begins te worry fur fear she will never times seem Inevitable. Let U5..3

fore breakfast will keep in pant! when it can be told in a song. As get married.. .
you robust j: ? charitable and merciful to'arlfe11o *
health fit J you to ward off di MAYOR EUGENE F. SCHMITZ OF SAN FRANCISCO.! well, pretend that they who scream A woman's idea of a true fortuneteller i\ beings.-Selected.
sease. It cures constipation bilious --- i
ness dyspepsia fever under tortue suffer nw pain. is one who tells her only what
skin liver the
and of
army men straggling against over my dead body I "would rather
kidney complaints. It Struggle with the outer she
purifies the world keeps wants to hear.
.' fate, striving to keep back the A Dandy for Burns.
blood and clears the complexion. inevitable they would bring them out in my .
up and increases the elasticity of an FENCE RAIL PHILOSOPHY. -
Mrs. D. 11'Sntlth, of : advance of desolation '
Whitney Tex. the
; wear .and troubled hours, and open Dr. HI., writes:
Bergin, Pana
writes April 3, 1902: "I have used threat organism; internal conflict lames and A pretty girl can teach a man anything
Herbine and find It the best medicine to the living of death on one them that I may be refreshed and wears it out. but common sense. .. have used Ballard's Snow Tinier

r- for'' constipation and liver complaint side or impoverishment on the other cheered by them while I need them.: and always recommend it to i
It does all Under the influence of an overwhelming Half the people after
you claim for it going to law
I can the sickness, the weariness, the exhaustion I would ,rather have a plain coffin friends, and I am confident there ia
highly recommend it. 50c. sorrow everyone appears to us think that justice.Is blind. better madlIt is dandy>
Sold "alldruggists.: ra which take hold of the toiler without a flower, a funeral without an a
; ":.. the to: be an immense distance as if they When a widow is around a little burns. Those who live on farms 3
DOOM ? -- n desperate crisisall these go eulogy, than a.life without the sweet- especially liable to many acciden!
THE GOLDEN I were looking at them
GATE across is
to make some yearning a dangerous thin=-Farm cuts and which h<
up the terrible picture which ness of love and sympathy. Let us burns bruises,
wide; arena. Even the voices sound Life. rauldly when Ballard's Snowment LU
San Francisco presents to the imag- learn to anoint our friends beforehandfor
Far from proving the early reports faint and dull as though they; reachedus is used. It should always
nation. The impotency of the people th eir burial or cremation Post kept In the house for cases of em<
exaggerated; the latest advices from from afar. There is a in Polk "
Y -that is the one great grim tragedyof : mortem kindness does not cheer the paper county defending genes 25c 60c. and $1.1 6- **
San Francisco indicate that they did the situation. FROM THE TALMUD: Governor Bra ward with bass by all druggists.
They are fighting troubled; spirit Flowers on the coffin -
scant Justice to .hhe situation. Thehurgry hard but they are pigmies compared cast no fragrance backward over He paid his money on the horns of drum and cymbals. This paper must The saloons cpsed last night at t

flames, loosed by the earthquake with the a deer. appear to the governor Uke a' great
power they seek tQ subdue. life's weary way.-A New York Edi- o'clock and remained closed as tig
are sweeping everthing before One touch of nature and men When an ox is down many are the. rock in a weary land. asa drum.
them with no water to check or extinguish are tor in "Our Dumb Animals. 1_ ,
nothing atoms ,of nothing!

them. The first day witnessed As the news comes from San Francisco .. .
the devastation of the business dis. A Lucyk Postmistress. .2 Q3';n''YV'r
more and more do the sympathies -
tract .
e= ; yesterday saw the destruction of Is Mrs. Alexander, of +
of the rest lot the world go out Karey, Me., ,
tin"residence section. And still the who has found Dr. King's New Life 4c C Xt?., ,
to the stricken people. And more and Pills to be the best :
remedy she has
flames I i7 &4f4r '
creep on, ,
killing destroying more the rest of the world hail the ever tried for keeping the stomach and < ,
devouring, taking with them churches who liver and ''bowels in perfest order. Tou '.' "
men are standing "
and factories, palaces and courageouslyat will agree with her if you try these f I KLv'v ,. / "
> man
their posts and are battling for their painless purifiers that infuse new life.
slons. and hovels. The city seems homes and for their neighbor's lives Guaranteed by Tydings & ('.0.. drug- i;, :'cz: : :+ -
': doomed to total annihilation with against such tremendous odds. gists. Price 23c.: m I I"i

heaps of ashes, tangled masses of steel They are undertaking in an almost Politics are beginning to get act .q

'. and piles of brick and stone left to : superhuman way a superhuman task. ive. A politiciacal sensation has been: J
tell the tale of
i In their loyalty bravery zelf-abnega- sprung in Dade county and the K.)-
To the persons who live distant from Itor of the Banenr of
tlon. grit contempt of peril and spiritof Liberty has

:'r" the strIcken spot the news comess a sacrifice they: are giving an exhIbition "nailed a lie" up in his office for the
: line at a time
over a crippled telegraph of nobility which is strong andmagnifil'ent.Louis'll1e inspection of the public in genera

: system and what is told is both vague CourierJournal. .We .suppose there will be something
and colorless,. There is no oportunity doing in old Morion after a whi1

nor facility! to describe the desperationthe -

: anguish the heartache that must 1$ the Moon Inhabited It seems to us a good' scheme to

exist. within seething San Francisco, drain the Everglades would be to have ; w r it a

Here and there you read a brief refer.. Science has proven that the moon all the candidates who. throw "mud"mtet 1
r has an atmosphere, wh\ch makes life
P ence to an incident which Is a volume in some form possible: on that sate down there and challenge each !
In heel?. llite; but not for human other to "
each as: the shooting on the beings who a "mud battle Rid It of its
t have a hard enough time on this earth ...
t. of three scoundrels who Mere of ours; especially those who do not mud and it would drain itself.

looting wrecked buildings and the 'know that Electric Bitters cure headache ;<
biliousness malaria chills The ladies of
practice of a certain young naval rof. fever and Tallahassee gave the

fleer 'whQ with drawn pistol Is press torpid liver jaundice kidney dyspepsia compliants dizziness, gen- f prisoners in the jail in that city an

: Jug citizens Into the work of reseu Unequalled as ageneral tonic and ape Easter breakfast last Sunday morn i
foreak persons and
espec ing. The bible
'z and salvage. But these are hat glimpse laity for aged: It- induces sound says something about

'i'. !?, They taertiy suggest the greaser r &sleeo.C Pally guaranteed by Tydings that for roof religion' beIng., th$ purist. UNION SQUARE, SHOWWa U_.. -.;i..4'i U : .'"'\...._- .'- -.. ,. n: -.' '
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druggists. Price .Jt TRUCTURE
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f. ilJ'3 Local Editor. much.rnore ily than Gtvernor: row- '
Candidat4for, the 'Legislature 'from i- :
-- ard JB- in the --iLb II
habit of treatingthe .
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,. ', ......, Duvaf CountyHas a Platform! '
ABOUT TOW 'ut>R,,papers _. V .
t. fA PENIHGS and Is Standing Squarely ont W ,
C. A. C.
-'t-' It-CSbod Roads .Paramount ; t DI

.. M.r. Ion
Lowndeg Harris a formei 10*
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,"< ;alidf4atu Must Meet the People at'theFollowing Ocala boy: and whose parents still reside .- several y'arsIr, .' McLeod has : CA11UPKVtNWTBT, l eT R #

IT.):.f. _Times_ and Places. in this city Is; 'a candidate for. senator frost the 20th senatorial disirkt Of MAN YEARS TO Bf TO BEST! Mtacart M tIC e
: MARlin
,- '" '- the lower house-of the" legislature from axe 4tV will make the race an interest- GESEORESA (TTE/VSOIILAJMAIIMAt3iixWU0iGQlb
oj } Thursday, April ::6.
i ntos1.. Duval AM5 K HOT A fOOD BUT way JTOW 10CINE ;
county and1 is making brillIant
4 F&IrSeld, Saturday, April 28. a :;i g 'onll: He has contended that the
-..:' .: 13IUehto1. Tuesday May 1.4Wjneiwa. .and.: remarkable campaign a;, senator. this term belongs to Sumter I watt 25 t'ORSALtpAtLRt1AatRUL5TS
.' 3. &,.:: eYAct&S
Thursday May t'.AMJfAaUP.D
T i. Saturday, lay 5. the. indications., are .that he will b': a ..xZ aunty: and( his, becoming, a candidatewas TStrobhar

1''''5 'Anthony' eday. May 8. xI the choice of the democracy of, tha .. only .-In the event. that Sumter : > r, *

I r 'SSs'Bluff, Wednesday, May: 9, county in the primary. toiled to'enter the race with a candidate I --
''flrahamville, Thursday: May 10.Friday. II '
:; Farris'spent I s, Defense. iAlleging
-: *'ocal May U. his boyhood in this '.
: .. <'- I _
'Ity'and was a student, at. the peal' Fojr several .years Mr. .McLeod has I
Joe Bell and Treasurer Pas- that secret rebates would .
; Judge grammar school and'won high encomiums beep a, picturesque figure in our local I .
: ''a.r. happy-they have, no oppo- I account for disbursement made by
,rtei r as.. a debater and' orator. Hestood ; : campaigns. When he gets on the track ,
:. < V ,' him as agent of the Atlantic. Coast
.ftlO"-. .. at the head of his classes, and there is immediately "something dams. -
,:It ._ Line railroad at"Gainesville Fla., J. N. ;:,
> "' waS an honor student. He however, ." lie shucks his coat, "rolls his
.Edvartraarin.. Is up '
: r
Mr. Strobhar, .charged with the embezzlement -,
\vas 'forced to leave school beforE sleeves," which means the beginning : L
canvassing In an autooioL ;
his -
.v of of two
ait checks
> > ; amounting to
: graduating forced to take up. the ,,.f hostilities. Paul "sat at the feet
'._bOet n,071f and which, It is alleged he ,
i more serious problems of life at i iL:: { of 1 ,;> xfi /rA "' cashed at the Atlanta National bankon "

L :V.Mr..Jind Mrs. 'L. "J, P. ,Bishop, who very youthful age. While'working in' at the, feet of the "pitchfork senator" August 30 last In his statement. ._

the day, time he studied at night from .sol1th 'CaroHn.l and hag adopted f
,. \baf been spending a part of the winter V tV : the jury Tuesday said: 4 "

: : bitra have returned to New early developed an ambition 'to sue his aggressive method; of campaign- I '
;;1 ; ::; at "When turn the searchlight upon
teed and this ambition still abides J' g
ferfcu the Atlantic CaSt Line officials .con
., with him. As soon 'as, he accumulated Mr. McLeod has Ueen a resident of
: sternation will reign In'the, c mp. Ifmy '
f), : 8 '' lips are not sealed by'a conviction
There, is. better
I'rLlrer Tablets. nothing : *
and read under such splendid saw mill operator-and farmer. '
".For: saJ by'all druggists.m: f or by. death I shall'make public the
j,j, -- --- masters. '.as Hon Wl: K. Zewadski.. H, ; Henjoys: politics and like all menf t
manner in which rebates are
.. given by ,
'f. I Mrs F .McEwen. of Lpchloosa, is L.-'Anderson and X..ii. Allred ?f this! > I uirf makeuphas positive convlc-, i
: that line }a order to sustain iraffit
t';; ,tha guest ol'fcer) daughter, Airs, C .A.aI city. and all these gentlemen testify : 'i>u.s inili, JKtsitive and unique m&n- UOn.hipmMts.of minerals, fruits and

}j .S at her residence on Fort King to hi'S' ambition': industry -and ability r."!' of expfessiag" them..
vegetables Is the unwritten law that
X? avenu6. While, reading law "be mastered shorthand He3 a pyrotecnic speaker always vouchers .
qo, -hall be' issued or a
"and operated, a, t pewril,'r t. aws a {)\V. d and has the faculty of I
E.i"MeilvaIne -r. : scratch of made with '
I- Mr Crystal! 3 pen regard to
: help meet his daily expenses. af--sins nt > lus followers his own
4 ', fire has len spending some days transactions. which. are.In violation of
t; ;. .When. a boy Mr. 'Farris ,also workedin -i>irit nf --'nthusiasar and "loud and
: H'Ocala.-.I1a spent his boyhood day I the Interstate ; commerce laws and
'* ;* 'a cigar box factory and: wa>. iintinued applause"'ahrays: follows
Fri' hers and is 'well 'knovvn_\ among our I r might become 'evidence-against them
; assistant to a -boilermaker.[ He3 us: ')1 >n. :.tnS- ,
: .
n qlder 'esidents. \ in an investigation before the interstate -
I' never idle for a day yaad always I commerce commission." .
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,iy .was ever''the "architeci of i Sups flour -3 cups butter. 1-2 cup
of & of
sf> .fwveme'nt lire C Morris .. 1 made in explaining that large sums
his own fortune" noire adverse sugar. J-: teasjMion salt, 1 cup cleaner ,
for Binder '
| ;InHi fe'bo has some time been t : had been'pai out by him on rebates ,
>|,v, 'Terjr,sick at .the home 'of her sister"' circumstances, and* using, them- as ION LOWNDES FARRIS \'pirants, grateil rind 1 lemon 2 tea- for'which sums so distributed he had ,

!:k-' 1lrs ,c, AT Sllar. "stepping stones ta higher things'the !: i: ep''')M "Jlumford Eating Powder."* .-I I net .vouchers. ." : .

shG.ws dry Ingredients.-rub'in butter add cur
manner, 6fman heis: r ,
fi ,. ..... ,, ,_ _._ ,__- I.
-- -- and
rants lemon
of u : rind mix to"a
jl pair .our White House shoes i Mr. Farris 'removed from Ocala to very Mrs. Phoebe A. Hearst, widow of the "

'j.*cv 'wilJ make your feet glad. -New .low the BROWARD'S DRAINAGE SCHEME board Jil .drainage commissioners care thick drop batter with cold milk. Turn I: '
e*.p;>quarter styles just Inr for men and Jacksonville in 1900 and. entered ,l late Senator Hearst. ,'and the mother of ,

'\ :; WOmea- "The Fair. x taw offioe 'pf Messrs Clark & Gibbons should be taken f> distinguish between: .into well-greased loaf pan; bake.1 hour W. R. Hearst of New York, has lost
Is Becoming State
a Issue-Many
i!i as a ,clerk. He 'was' admitted' to ,the the' naked .proposition that the everglades in mOderate'Yt>D. Get currants 3 packages ,$1,000,000. She owned. the'San Francis '
Clinton Hoy, of Crystal River, nine Legislators l Taking Stand-AVer/ I '
bar in that. city in 1901 and immediately can be drained-almost anything .; fQr 25c at the OK.. Grocery.Clark co-Examiner building, valued at J750-
-1'-\\...iyeara'oldr died Friday night and wasI I > Readable( Letter. .
_can tin done with unlimited capital Bros. props. Phone 174.
.I buried Saturday afternoon.He'was a entered upon the practice of 000, and her property losses, In other

'* aw and'his success was' pheiionienal :Jacksonville at, command-and the" 'methodadopted' directions: will exceed $2 0,004. y
Ffcu April 23. 1S06.
i 5 ..
from the :time of his admission and Special Correisponilence. : by the hoard to accomplish '- -- ',- -
C-:,,, : is a prominent, cJtizen of : t! Xll merchants who have not byea .
1 JCrjrstal .n I veT. the fact that his practice ,bas. 'couscantly : A Candid Candidate.' this gigantic enterprise. If the drain- called upon contribute THE OCAL0 HOUSE CAFE.r .' .

'", ', ; 'grown since then shows that' .Many of ,the Florida newspapershave age board, or the trustees of' the L L I somethingfor .

# .Atriong''the' arrivals at- .tho, jOcala the ambition! of his youth his not forsaken urgeU candidates for the leg 51a. fund, had"even as much money as Mr this the rummage sale please consider The dining room oft e Ocala HouseV

M. Flagler is \ as a personal appeal will be kept open through the summer
Henry reported to '
2!* House is Harry. P Johnson of him. in the. possess .
[ Mr. tune several counties; to give : .iriy 1d'l loP'Worn'articJe.,' goods and known as the Ocala House Cafe. ,

-:,-, ishevllle, N. C; who owns 'valuable He was .appointed 'justice o! the prompt publicity to their views::: on the the'boa.rd might i>erhaps"accom- that have yellowed with The, cafe will ,be a la carte but a sne-
etc.. .will
-,<,:ptY, )spbate. ,properties( in'. Citrus t ouat}. peace of. the*, tenth\ Jacksonville i district ,drainage question so .that the, voters pUsh 'such a purpose as easily'as Mr. be i much appreciated and age our wagon cial boarders rate by will the be week.mad The, to usual, regular and ;

r' in 1904 by Governor Jennings, to fill could themselves have the opportunity FJagler can build his. railroad to Key trill call at your door for them newtFriday well known excellence of the Ocala

;;, ," When the b. les' improvement so.cietgets the 'unexpiredl term of Judge J. F, to act upon their own convictions ,and West., LackIng such funds, the board ] on House dining room will be maintained .
\ : has undertaken April 27th. and the public Is assured of the beat ,
( well under way Ocala wills a tore difficult task
.. s Cannon and in the election of 1904 ntlml"nts.ll the subject; and several '
> : Ladles of Greenwood Cemt'teryS:.. there Is for the table. For weekly
','" look.. as" fresh an4 .bright as' a new sil- defeated his opponents for the office legislative candidates have thus than either the budding of such a sociation. f rates and further articulars, call nor

1. .Ker. dollar railroad or the physical drainage-of the V write C. WhitesSdes, Manager.
by a' very large majority"Mri expressed -themselyf Among these is -

;- : Farris'! private record is with- Mr. John R. Dudley", candidate for'the everglades, vizTo supply ,tone ,deft- ',---V : _.
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Wa.acfeoff' ge'an : --- -- ---
< le< invitation to be --
ciency .
: out'spot or blemish and he enjoysthe Ioyerhouse -for HiUsb'irou.h iounty. by imposing upon, a pjorthra of 1i
>.. :present "little party"" ., .
at a skating at
.. the slate's .tax an unjust inequitable .
payers ; V
.A' 'of the members of the Iu his thus
published platformhe '
respect .
the armory; tonight. The, rink Is be.V H, ROBINSON, Pres.S. .
i'" profession ami everytody'wha knows frankly stated hi'? position on the and unlawful, x. Defeated H. GLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER Ajsi Mgr.

: 'com1ns'a. popular rendezvous: for the > t In this, attempt the board now has the GEO. J. BUTCH Teller. :' V .

= i'=Yg people and is attracting; largetcrpxds him druiiiose, propaslUouMy : to, ask of the t .'t-
audacity peoplein
: : In 1903 he formed ,a copartnershipwith [ Individual, cvmvIAioiia, are that u.d- :
?vt; every afternoon .and f
night '
those who have
ing so nearly become
William H. Ilarwick. 'law'erof this undertaking the -of. the
-f '. -' : a on part
The Hold the .
Strong i iI
I of their unlawful to
n,4;, .Hri; M.-.J..Uoesa has returned: from recognized ability .and the firm is state ",would be both unwise and unjust the.-victims acts \

-Jacksonville.: -:, .,. where be went with his"tuotb@ commanding a' fine practice ItVould inevitably cnute a burden : vote for a constitutional, amendment : '

.} '' arid sister-- who after. spending- in 1901 Mr. t' ;rls marr/ed Miss I of"t-i\aion? ailing which ouriH -I_ which' will, if adopted.* tie for all future t 3'

::,/l6efwI6ter In )Florida are returning ty.their \llie *Mae Liddell of''Cantos. near this pie would' naturallyprotest, as. It time upon the dffenCeless tax I COMMERCIAL V BANK :,1
'L" of fife whole state the tyrari- ,
: home in Oil City, Pa. city._ the' sweetheart of his t'hIlJhood; would from a remunerativestand- I, payers. ,
?\:a :- y meal machinery .of -a- system of taxation -
and has two: bright little boys, both point, outweigh!: any degree of benefit i a .
:,,11ts Robert J, Knight, ot Crystal bon In Jacksonville, and his household ta the state that could possibly .lw a. I governed by officials armed with OCALA FL0. .

":, :;::;r;t.|Rivet, ; 'accompanied. 'by her attractive I is. a very happy one. He. was result of. such a sch\ le. I shall con extraordinary and despotic pmversand ,

.:;'.,."';i'ousinMiss Kat
,1" o has with V accountability to the people or their Has Upon Public Confidence is Evidenced t
; spent the winter her, sonvi.lle in May.., 1901: but it did not and the two million acres due pur "

;: here shoppers to Ocala on Wednesday. discourage! nor balk him in the* least; state by the .f.'d*ral sf.ivprnnient under representatives. Is it any wonder that \ i
'r'te the threatened victims of such a its Large and ,
system by
-fi'A and he quickly triumphed over it. Hes the .scamp act be put on the Increasing

.. .:..,.., [' Chas, M. Gray and Miss Ophe- sale should wish to warn the. people
'; [ a. member of the K. of P. lodge market for to individuals or corporation .
Polk, pt St. Petersburg who have and urge them to avert so great a calamity Business V'V
Jacksonville Board of-Trade. 'Jacksonille s that have the means with *
: ?heen.lA Ocala visiting )rr. W. L. Jew.
i ? -
" Bar 'Associtlori and ,McTyere Memorial f which the work Could and be j \
' *
. sett'and family: after spending aniost r 'e-e s aI" V '
that the
Methodist[ church. .1 aecouifilishtfJ/ proeji.. I"
?:i habte time have' returned home '
-.J. : i.<1.. : .' Going from Ocala where we have I}be added to oar school funds" i:I tfjvernor Hroward. m. "attempting to V
-' . _. defend .the trustees of the.I. I. fund/In {1\,
< : : .
> Here .
::, rs., .W; D.. Jraham' whq has been never,had factional politics, Mr. Tarris -i U. a prospective legislator who, ---- .

> a d1ng ,several weeks, here with rel- grew up to be conservative in hist I[instead" of closing. his,eyes to the real their strained and unprecedented construction ; I
of the ,,\ tIf 1S55; to- theproper' '
' '.then 'Ud friendS: left yesterday to politics and 'is JH> yet .unless'his left.j Interest of the state and its Inhabitants as ; CAPITAL )

!fft'-7oI'a,! :her'' b band at Asheville. N. CM land lias lost the training-[ its youth, ,i and screaming, like a socialist "down I kind of "arrangement" for the 50000.00 _' -

[l'.;f; 1l : route agent for the Southern and our Information In all the .other 1 j with the corporations" wisely i>ert ; drainage and reclamation of the swamp t' .;. ,''-' -' .t .._ '" ,

I t ceives and boldly declares the only ra- I rand: overflowed lands ignores the fact .' .- '. ,.. ,',
;: rpress.cotnpany In way ,
l ; that city. President. T. T. Munroe; :. ,
If ;' i; ttonal method of accomplishing hedraina.e that for more than fifty years thatthe ; ,
:. his
3\, Mr. Farris[ has announced platform j Vice-President Z. r: Chambiiss. .
' .' act has been in force (for over '
, M"vL,W. j and reclamation of suehpor-
"-. '; Clardy and little son:: of of principles which speak the ; Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL. ..

I l}:;:. -1'lde ia, Ala. who have been, visitty man in' strong and forceful .language. I tions of the everglade lands as are half of which period it was administered (; ...

: *: ,Meads at St Petersburg'are nowrating State aid,for good roads is his para !cacable of practical use 'to future gen-; 'I by ,s'h men of our, own gener* -L

1 r_},,t,;,. 'their parents Mr and Mrs. mount issue. He favors also the working 1 I era lions. He re\lizes the indisputable :ation .as Drew, Bloxham Perftcb', j. -

' ,O_ ,Massey of this city: of convicts on the county good t'{[:fact that. to those who already" own I(>11. Fleming, _Inner: Gwynn. _Barnes

; .; 'now L'Engle, White, Womb well, and manyj I j
roads v' city prisoners for city streets; ;; by;: purchase 1 tare 'tractof the NATIONAL BANK
111i-./:"11-speaking at Kendrlck .Tuesday: i submerged or partially submerge i others of the very flower of the Florida ; :
wig@t- 4 Juevnile reformatory lien law tht'l .
was a pleasant affair< Most 'of't' to future i democracy), no :such interpretation has
>t encouragement ., of immigration and !,lands any: ue.h. ii j jever OF OCALA

tPeakers went out in automobiles the\ fostering of the strong'arm pf the t!!: purchasers, no .returns m....a. their ihvestments i before. been placed upon the- thaw f I ,

tt.were back in Ocala by 11 o'clock I' [as thut n*>w contended for. Are the
without! ,
all j
are. at. i'I .
I militia and .needed aid to aged Confederate I': : .
a 'the.
orators acquitted themselves j the further exl.ettditui'r uf large sums I democratic voters of Florida"xvlllins : V

elJ.. '1'b@r tossed. bouquets ut each veterans.The % j I accent the' vropo.sitign that those | DIRECTORS. ,
: ney' < andetrrrtive .
'f.Ytiierana above is only an outline of fr'l j lof, .uv 1
:apt UtUft (community and drainage aid reclamation ? and faithful officials dui tub know | .-
"arris1 platform which hp, elucidates::.. ftu '
TitrV :
V HallT.
J. .K. christianI ,11.S.
... 1lresldl ctrl er came tit for a .which: tie maWhg their Jaw i : -
: and enlarges !in his public utterances, !iop'rations i -
full .' : .
-, .utt. l : .{ \O.1Ia li:3 p; :',. T. Munroe
jtttle'ment .
fif actual ,
'." 'fiiC. it'ls said that flor m to .In lands alabe.and. I s '" .' ''' '
.. and Jackj j : ,
: : H. X. Ford z. ,CbotmbUis:
J und cuUivatioh. ana by bringingto /No .-t: >lf.rt sPt-Ctil1g: new?f'al r ,man j .
son\Ult' ie now -,)( has ever b.-furP I i V J ,
I(i immigrants tn tx-eupy' tutd in thtstate of Fl the U*
*t \
li' E itES 'AND PIMPLES snide Iitruri.g >.>r yi. rou.H ,a Tataaign. aid .
Brtiward's vicious scandalous
JHts Ieultivnte them would enonuousry 'I
? -" > '
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} ; assaults Ulan. an honor/atJie j>rofe:.sKm ...
ED wealth
.}, v' ,. .., la Ten, Data.Nadinoht. v election, Is,, eonrtiWntly prediotwl ; tha poliutaUiu.anti! in >' '. I I... ,
'" feetlnK lib xise in- ---
without dander
ViiluW j is
Mends:1: !taxable ofrthp tit to
by ;
;. 1 1a that''ieLirt'"the tit voters! disnar\t re.sentnient, .;it such language ; t
"' .'': His .. \\ friends in (Ocala are taking bt-'uoj.,i
':' +s' if' '; The Complexion keen. .Int\'rf\-S't'in*his .canvass, anti I! ? .to the5, h primary plls. every, uthur,1 \N'otwithstamling-! subsequent JenK- ', '.. 3
z't Beautifier tie en-, his election, ,t.iil be 'graliryln. :. ntas ;:h! ristitiv'r candidate the' state, willis i ali thtt'vidt r I nt'f' is vbnvln. <'njr that his > If you bi ,.1ands. you wish to sell, leas or rent; -

Boned by ttouuodsof -"V Ito r 'illt sitlon UPon this taiporiie -. accusations.against the newsapars i thate' .
; them.. tdetine! : .rjif you naut to buyland* for farming:, grazing,'
uful iadic and : is which' the- rain b-xird been wholesale and Indiscrhmi i .-
gr *, ; !}ta1\t : .,
; or lumber
guaranteed to remove Hon. H U. 'l'ol tner, chairman of"tbs 'i, tins itself made the nnwi" _vitallyitnpor;' .- nat .. NeverthelesX few. _\if any will I f turpentining'or purpose, ,

all '''facial iiscolortwnj *- iUwayJ' Commission pt% .Alabanvi,!1 ltant! question" nf' l.ublie\. p.iHcy: w- w,. be- resent 4hem,1n angr. The brethren rare ... Write. to: '
j .tKeor .
: am rejtorc tlatm that the eommision. leas bfen a.]Itore r the'people, >. ubituated, to a.course a of. culm,. \ ;

'' ca Beauty of youth, Te failure in that j.tate. He claim th ,f. -s e ilelrtieraie and unWa-ed! consideration |. :
> iweaty aayh SOC. adJ $1.00. ,BLOUNT"REAL
leadinE drug sores,. \>y mail he did hi:< best:- but-was .handieapped.jv j: Tilt the discussion of the w.rgladf'Sr I'of all 'publi<" questions and the bow | .

tTl0Vt'TOILET CA., >.ViiTw b ,th* other'melnbeis t ,: of, the lAmumisslots. lr.un.is.e yiujoct, oi exploited! by the famous,-or infamoiu. .-dra'magescheme' ., J .J OCALA, FLORIDA. "

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Think of apples the drainage board to be
.&. ,Clair Abrams the 'wellknown I frrtij)
-- gnorance Concerning It- I S
bushels for $U established by said
,FRANK HARRIS, Editor. I lawyer is now furnishing forth Speech of the Late Pat for in many The, Matter Discussed .;in its 'Variod's other amen tl1t ,
locating "drain.
..; ,
P. V, Leavengood, ,Business Manager. Jacksonville Metropolis a seriesof ap unknown land. Phases S so as to Enlighten' the 5- any section or county la eLatniets*.

articles on the Everglades drainage "We are the most People. t1te
cow butter at and imposing upon all then
I! question which makes interesting on earth. We know less lftltds
'.'r,, :, : chickens at i belpnging to private

I I, reading and present the question in anew I country than, any people on dozen. and that; Jacksonville, Fla., April 19, 1906. which are ,originally tndit<
light. The point has been made sI acquired bJ
The great sin of regions of Special correspondence Ocala Banner. state under the "swaap
I Jhat: the railroads are behind the opposition and Iit
Ignorance of each other very gates. The Eevrglade drainage propositions flowed act" of 1850 (
to the drainage scheme, but nt'
., majestic common country. If and bracIng. in no sense a perspnal controversybetween than twenty million acres) au
.Mr Abrams disposes of this by the
statement that only the L. & Jf. rail- iia
had known the south better discovered a L the proceeds of. such tax
road company' has any claim to the may be friendly or unfriendly towards to jed e iJ1

Everglades anti the validity of this never had our fratricidal spring, whose Governor Broward and foe other by such board, with staptOl'J!

is now before the supreme court all Americans, from cure Bright's -members of the board of drainage accountability of any kind !n

of tae' United States for adjudication to Terra del Fuego. God Clover Club: commissioners. The,fact Is well known drainage of'the Everglades1' An.1

: Motto: The Banner, believing those If the company loses that suit It wills have made us neighbors, sooner or that Governor Broward, In his cam it be possible that the people f..1

at the top well able to take 'care of F of course be Indift' rent_t the drain- dwell, together, as thick. luxuriant paign for the nomination made; a large Induced- confer, by voting r0' ''';

r themselves, has taken it* stand in the age Issue and If It wins It naturally; brethren., We would but for : as Bedloe's or use of the project to drain the Everglades this amendment in the light of thef,

rance of each other and cent acts of the .
-4 barricades with the common people would prefer to receive its lands after making numerous and somewhat present dl" .: _

and its fight will be made for the bet S they ,had been greatly increased In less half-world that, is coming Ely; extravagant promises of what he board, such extraordinary and Ii:'

terment of those at the bottom. value. From this Mr. Abrams ,draws heritage. Regained. Intended to accomplish in that direction gerous powers upon such ociperpetuity \.- :

1 the reasonable conclusion that is Is: 'At a dinner party glvoa Cincinnati and if he should be nominated and ? :

Xew Orleans this empire
; during the
absurd to suppose that the railroad elected. Because he is now earnestly
S sition a lady turned to riches, A Delaware judge has decided J
-- company has, anything to do with ,the me (although through, mistaken and dangerous
Speaking of sacred ashes, San Fran- ; 'Col. Donan, you live in I possibilities, you It is no crime to steal coal troJI.
opposition of Governor Broward'sdrainage IS methods) endeavoring to fulfill -
francisco has her share. suppose of course; you scheme. The latter gentlemen some of these campaign promises, '
friend, Mr. he lives .magic exhala- ways did have queer notions
; of
Those who is to speak in Live Oak he i* rather to be commened than nawd
"syndicated" letters of )Ir. I looked at her for a forests of to- wrong. Tallahassee Capitol
: next Saturday on the drainage Issue, condemned. Few politicians make
Bryan are not helping him a little'bit if she was guying but i Capitol had better
me, L
with the "common should by all means take up the following such efforts. But the means adopted 1 Ii
people. she was In dead earnest p's and q's. A Georgia
point made by Mr., Abrams of Maj Alex. for the consummation of the drain- 1ud6e
'Madam, in what of recently had a Tennessee
i Governor Broward Is-serving at Ti ast with reference to the pending rail part age project are legitimate and proper e&ta
your friend live?' She Indicted for
one good purpose. He is making his road lawsuit to determine the title I subjects of criticism and the more contempt #
think in a little place called court becausehe dared to '
predecessors appear as mighty big to the Everglades: : of the Flor they are discussed (without rancor or critic

men. "What would be thought of a man I then said: 'Madam, are : t red them a prejudice) the more clearly will the this judge's rulings on a mat .,

who while engaged in a lawsuit In. that from my home on in which huge people be enabled to decide for therrtselves which concerned the general pal

Governor Broward Dakota to where Such proceedings as these ;
seems still in your
volvlng the title of a piece of land
tails, and the theories and the principlesinroh'ed.
b earnest in his efforts to drain the Yankto Dakota. by the : perot William's assumption oi
proceeding with full
knowledge the It .is a great and vital ques-
everglades. But that is traveled railroad route, cranes majeste look Insignificent Etil'-
: not Florida's only
fact that the
court might finally determine
: bull tion of public. policy, upon 'Which every '
? most, pressing need at the present land miles of being as tar as Jefferson said that he hadg'overnmeni rathe
the did
not belong to voter In Florida should have all the ...
time. him. to spend an enormous. ofmoney Orleans to Chicago?' I was yunuut- an army
; and years the possible:: light, and concern which he S aziq
in the improvement of such set" down as the biggest ) with newspapers than a gornmenfiJ
should have, before goingto the
San Francisco thought o5
like Atlanta Columbia that had struck New with an army and without
land before there final news-Pii
was a adjudIcation -
: ,- Boston Chicago, Jacksonville, winter. n ofthe a pronounced and enlighteded opinion -
But my statement pers. Jefferson however said this ;;;
of'thelitigation" He before
would be
.: ,Baltimore and Ocala, will arise from .. as the direct result of trustworthy *.
"How .
'I many of you wise this Georgia judge ":
regarded a little short of insane and wasBut
her ashes ; the information, supplied to him through I "
grander and more beautiful dusty
Clover Clubites know where : Jefferson saw the trend
this of
3'et is
precisely what the state thig
: :: than ever.Secretary has let hs the public pressand, based solely upon
drainage board is doing and what ter of the United States, east and said the danger of this government
public opinion records and incontrovertible
that region in -
Governor Broward he intends to is? Don't all speak at once. would result through the de-
; of Agriculture Wilson says he thought facts, not otherwise within

says there .will be no more crop failures persist in doing; spending' not only the Where Pat Donan is! his reach. potism of its courts. When the pre-,
as far as the
; Evidently, the seretary'of.! money of the ow ners' of the land taxed, Club! etc.) Yes, I admit, is stifled it will be a sad day fur republiean !

.: but also the funds of the trustees of that the four-leaved clover institutions.
V. agriculture and head of the ,weather n changed.-''n A quasi, official report made by the
; your clover club is the
bureau have bt'eiLPutting up a job.Captc.I. .- the International Improvement Fund the secretary of the board of trustees-the 'I
ter ofthe splutter None of the presidentssaying.as ,.
unionand of :
Tallahassee .and that, too, without the slightest *
\ I
I internal fund
improvement to the editor ,
often quoted. his
'authority of law."-Live Oak DeYno- sphere, but I mean the I as expnessioza *
has ,\rl' of the JacksonilIefetrolf: { !is and 1
center. It is ten "square deal' and none of them
The attack on Governor Brow an crat. S scarcely half 1I a.so 3
of [J'I, published in a recent issue of that I often disregarded
: has acted as a boomerang and that east of San Francosco. How by D-m! In

gentleman Is standing head andshoulders publican Graft you knew that? You ? has dec! r "J newspaper, stated that the foard had I instance where he has takea tane4to

I above his accusers,-Bartow. thought of San Francisco of his iou -- expended in drainage operations since! a, man, or where the min .'Ui'
One of the life insurance January 1, 1905 the of
magnate the Ii'SIlI:1 sum J15.790.S1.
: Record. How big a -man in office always very remotestwestern edge a rough-rider, has he er.: fit: t.
has been arrested for giving a large irritdt Previou". like operations amounted to .!
appears to ,soetaoicnifnypghrdways ; ,United States, and yet ty shield such. men fi ini tm !U-'rum .
sum of money. that should have been : $4M43.65: making a total of $64.236.- "
: appears to jfTe'peotIIf'. tends'within a trifling ".(' plodding hoofs consequence: of'. thc:r ads Tie g ea
sacred to the widows and orphans of ,eye was dim -t G. The official report of the same ; "
many degrees west of San:: eril public has m such U,;us as .

BrotHer Chris Codrington, ,of the the.. policy holders, to the republican as San FrancIs-co is vest: ui that encir: secretary, made January 1. 1805, ":,quar .rlea}" where tht":'t' nnaconcerned. -_"

national {'o :nlttee. President Roosevelt rode. showed a cash balance on hand in the
; Weekly DeLand News is neither j Me. It extends within fo-iy .-ifontgoniery J-"jrnLGeorge :

modest nor a bashful man. He says declared before election that no Asia. S will :r->-' fund of 272,272.33. of this, J223.S24 on H. Chopinof B.fio.v, di":

., that tainted money was being used in his "How of sprinkling tied :up by an injunction granted on' Usher .af the Florida '
Volusla county, ought |o have a many :you kn >w- > Resort
campaign but the evidence, shows that O'chiltree a dash into behalf of the Louisville .and Xashvill*
good, clean man-a better man thai himself know-that is in Tampa this week. .i"-.g biiness

':- Frank Sams-In the Florida senate. lie was greatly mistaken for the insurance fasten a thread at the n enry'i': railroad company by a Federal court, for his handsome : u1 At

and proudly points to himself as that trusts and other corporations point of _Texas, measure rile :no doubt l Ji.'avlngI8U8.33.. Deduction from The book Is Issued (iua t--:\ and .

man... ... "came down" handsomely. The strange lerfgth of the state and Ci: order aui thi* the $15. 90.81 since expended': quite a medium,-Tam;.. ltrd

\ J J paft of It Is jhat'the administration L it round over the map of the wor* 5s I drainage operations and there remain' I This! iten is, correct with :it- fIlOi

: It's dollars to ,douhnutsM that: organs before the list national elect- Stat 's, it will take In with its \ Suo. a trifle of $32.657.54 with to cover the ing exceptions.:! It is Cuit'n' ,tiw

Frank Walpole will attennd the mo declared that the President was icent sweep Chicago and expensive' cost of administration (salaries Chopin. He Is froai B .stl ,:ndBartow n

:T next meeting of the Florida Press Asxoclation. managing the campaign on a "busi! lakes Wisconsin. Minnesota. was said that etc.,) and complete the 'pending and is the nublishe: -.r "HeResortsi" ._

;i He has been ness basis" and receiving daily reports : had a con- proposed operations of
awarded, the and the whole country tj : an enterprise and not the Fl.'nd.i HeaI.

tax sale advertising of Manatee coun.. of the finances of the repubIie.lncommittee L American line? T,ike the :Hn : L size buzzlns- ': the cost of which has been variouslyestimated Resorts. With these ,min'J

r. ty,. and the Record will bloom and from Chairman Cortleyou. <>f thread with Chicago as : the bee 4 by experts at from five to tions the item is all right. 1

I blossom "still more-Lake City Index. .; Was the president deceived ,or did he and It will include New Yrk it is In coM eight million dollars. How long

; then think insurance money was England, the whole republic to er heat can't should;;: recklessly foolish expenditure! Professor Moore says nean p jj

tainted? No restitution has ;jet been lantic ocean, in Its majestic Times. That ()f 111& .f,<.,on. ].":,',.;; "m.nA\'_U'.. ruc..ltt" "u'u..u.1 'n U' diet the weather six weeks a.iead. Htdont :

--- If all the editors who are candidates made, thou it woud of the attor S .
seem that the ethics How many of you know this! continue? nhQwe.t'r.. that tnf son ot-

:: -J' for the legislature are elected won' i of the situation demand that the (Cries of 'Does a map go be a honey .' weather he predicts will arme:: naJ
the letters they write back to the'ipapers money be returned to its. rightful own- statements. ,' etc.) sweeter Governor Broward in 1m "broadside"says schedule tim .Providence Nes.
: tell marvelous stories I >
\ about ers. "How } comb. : .Roads '
many of knv are Quite true. -
; you \\ -- ---- '
the achievements
and the
grand center of the Ti'neral So said the legislature: when it enect- .
; .. and wonderful behavior A New Light Turned on Bryan. ... of the
.-- (I f the United States lies? ed in f903 a. law commanding the .
Its mfrmerrtf. There be There has beta a great change In H'b h.vs in-
: wijl I supposed; 'some of you say trustees of the internal improvement -RUNNmC S SORES'COVEREDLIMBS[S
: nothing like it In hi? his the public sentiment! of the country rotary steam
fornia, Neva*!.., COlorado.Xot fund to deposit all moneys then
1 ,,
t torY-ertft.lnl not in the dilatory with respect to -Mr. Bryan.. Tau Is- will make:
oFlorida. ,
E it. The grand treasure of the' in ,their hands, and the proceeds of ail
practically trI of that element of ourpeople engines in
the new world lies at the land.- thereafter s- wno wanted "a safe, and sane" engines bulk! | v

:: A Fenoacold man II persistent when administration. He Is so longer regarded -I of Philadelphia! Baltimore .>. wh n.lmt treasurer to be<< by him tllstributeeamong II'

i inton With Bristol, Tenn. the several eountu-b of the
.. looking for a jt>U. A fellow want ti'r, describe a circle state to be used/ for the .
ta.' get a position as 'sanitary in4ec-I !c. Many of those .vho formerly re- 1 with a : :-. Moore wIn purpose oftonatructing

:- tor and'ald he had the endowment gra; riled Mr. ,Bryan as radical a.i3wanting 1&O miles, and it will include a millionaire hard roads therein. And Little Girl's Obstinate Case of "

tuck/, Tennessee., these trustees have
of seventeen members Virginia never atiere4 a
S the council. In
conservatism now look up- con ata1a- EczemaInstantaneous Relief .
On Carolinas mineral wealth single! word explaining
being told there, why they have
-were only twelve on him very dhletently. His trip to the editor of

S iI. In' all he, said he had, just returned the east and his'leIers from ,th rehave' dwlrfs into insignificance ail 1 Herald. disregarded that law, and heve proceeded By Cuticura Little! Boy's Hands "J

from Mobile where he ha and, silver of California. \ without any clear authority of and Arms 'Were Mass '
'S secured been a great help to him and. Also a ,
S : the: other five. He orado and New Mexico. I issued orders law, to exepnd such moneys in drain-
wil Ino doubt win have placed, him In a more favorable of Grateful!
mighty ranges of : age operations. It would Torturing Sores j
mountains be
i I out.-J'unta Gorda Herald. light There is BO -man naw prominently : : parks must well for .
f \ their cloud-kUsed summits to the officers: of some wide-awake Mother
et behind the and :
; I before the people, who has In Says: ,
__ i Editor George Wilson cante fires beneath enterprising
the Tlmt..1 the ) are solid passes. county to test the valueof
past year grown s much In popular
-- :' : Unlon continues to,receive very pretty: I estimatlon.-tJitontDrt'ery! Journal.5 of the finest bessemer h i down?- the law, and give the trustees anopportunity I.

$ compliments drawn out on account of on one? side and the finest(' : to explain, in thee courts. "CUTICURA REMEDIESA
..... ; 5
his rCentflnesthes&''' j' the real:l I '-stiffa 'iS 'm-'ths'LVnd.: :' S on the other. There are hou 5-

;. I -guShlngs of tne heart and they pay IS Senator Bailey's ,;teat speech' in the square, miles of red and .. A -singular fact in connection with HOUSEHOLD STANDBY"'In 1 ,

: hightribute, tQ.J.l J ,jgvod.Ipan.an-QJ'! senat.eedras placed.Jh .,a'jS.te he: tite, magnetic iron so tne drainage legislation of l&OS. is that I -I- 2

1 ;: 'compllshed journalist. This tolerant, very,.front,rank of A mrrl.an: sta.tE:. !nea magnetWsm that pieces of- commission bills f'.r the cratlon <& a. drainage i reply to your letter I vrrite yoa

: Imud-mlmled and whole-souled .gentleman The rate regulation movement Eidneeded : ore will lift .a knife by its ; and joint resolutions proposing my experience, and you are privileged -
; |)|I occupies thracite a constitutional to use it as fit. Last
a place very near to a competent leader bituminous and .' amendment you see year, 1
a profoundlawyer I
: the hearts of the people of Florida an eloquent advocate'a clear so rich in oil that you can throat; for the same purpose were simultaneous1 after having my little girl treated by avery : ..

: and of 1y introduced in both prominent physician for ai obsti
especially houses
so to Its editors. with of
a match the
sighted politician, one in whose die. ; mJ. $ ; adeep nate case of eczema I resorted to the

t The turn there is repsed universal confi copper, lad and: corundum. ; these legislature on the same day May 11. Cuticura Remedies, and.t.S so well ,
Hon. Frank Clark rep senta. The senate acted first pleased with
dent. precipices of slate as fine on the bill May the almost iiisf taneous :
Bailey bas
tlvo In 'ongress from given us all these. throat 18 relief afforded that theJjysician's
the second i? child drew its first pictures and on the resolution :May 19, and we dturded :
the fact Is > "
Florida recognized. He brushed and relied entirely ;
j congressional district, Is pant- dogs that de- house bill aid resolution
5 Ing for the out of the way and silenced thesonatorla"Stalwarts only ne.d hon to were on the Cuticura Soap Cut eurs i
calp of Han.
CharlesjGrosienor \;ho opposed the: them into cows;, elate that can mix- in that body and those of Ointment, and Cuticura Pill Whea i

:: i OhiVs aged representative,: bill ire dismissed as ,rlviaf ten out in slabs a hundred feet them. the senate passed May 24 and 25. The commenced "with the Cuueura Rem-

: tile wants ,to -carry his gray locks *n the compromises if it were needed. There fact that both passed in each house etlies her feet and limbs were covered ,f

'i his' belt as a trophy and an achle'et urged by tbd railroad.advo, of are m that by large'majorities with running sores. In about six weeks i

tnent. The muscular and cates, 'and Lila deliverance is hailed; solid marble of every s ad indicated' that few we had her completely well, Juid there :
the physiCal !- members of
don't from *Maine to California as the greatest i!snowy white to Egyptian bla '" either body gave any consideration has been no recurrence of the trouble.
Ctunt for the
S *er and If'we so' raany any long- utterance on any subject fora half ing a ,recent trip through that to these measures or they "In July of this year a little boy m 1
a congressman: we I traveled the would have discovered otrfailyponediisbandsandarmSwith :1
cent ry.-Tampa Times. on a railroad A up their drastic :
would want to wear poison oak and in
a tropay of some : provisions twenty-four
is and
: (other kind. S laid for eight miles on a /. promptly killed them hours his hands and arms were a mass
; Persuaded. 1 beautiful pink marble both-othern ise it would have of
w -. ,. as ever remained torturing sores We used only the f

S When ,4itoc George- ," of the ,. the sculptors chisel turned to / an unsolved mystery how any leg- Cutieura Remedies, washing his hands

i Times-Union, After considerable hesitation, Hon. breathing statuary. The whole islature could have deliberately and arms *ith the Cuticura &:-ap, and
"gets on his '" I placed
pin anointed
$ .
themwith Ointment
Adams of Hamilton: In.th the C'iic'"s:
: county ballasted with marble. hands of
again-and we felloas of the "fourth has consented The any board or groupof and then gave him the Cuticura:
to offer
_ -_ S- estate"' honestly hope ha may be himself for reelection 'dreamt that he dwelt in healing administrative officials such dan- Resolvent. In about three weeks his :.
to the
:prancing around soon-let him.. drop state senate. AccordIng ? has only to At Into jail at gerous and unrestricted power asnominally xls hands and arms healed up; so we have ':

-t- his arduous work for to the White Springs Herald "he Va.. to realiie hIs"gqrgeous I power. conferred by the drainage lots of cause for feeling grateful for the
awhile andget Cuticura
has teen Remedies. find that the
overrun We
with "letters of
and for the law and
.I out jail IS built of exquisite attempted to be
... anton the "picnickers' this i communications i conferred, ir. Cuticura Remedies are a valuable
through the county gated marble and the whole revocably by the household .
summer and bring himself forth, to streets proposed cont'tutional standby, living as we eb

S health. In Columbia county where he papers durIngthe past two weeks requesting cadamized with it. Every h J new amendment, which la coueLed twelve miles from a doctor, and where :

_ la'!OVtd and respected, and him to run. and after giving mountain side waves with () I ia the same identical language itTosts from twenty to twenty-five dollars .
as tarofthelaw.
where the
them to
F careful consideration decidedto magnificent 1'a come up on the m. unta.iLRespecttuJlv .
farmers timber .
and their good -oak, ash. 5 '
__. women folks become a candidate. Mr. Adamsis and 4 Mrs. Lizzie Vincent
___ furniah such splendid yellow pine poplar, Thomas Pairraount '
_ fare at their one of the strong Walde 8 Ridge
"gatheric:,." be would be dubtyHI.- of men in the field walnut. Poplar trees eight ta the people of Florida realize ihe Tenn., Oct. J3, 1905"Compte ]

____: come and could eat Florida polities and his re-entry into In diameter\ are common. > cbetuts i fact' that in the constitutional amendment External and Inhrnaj Thtrnrit tor&*f 'L
_ hlmeeif back Humor,from
to the arena Is L Pwipka to ftroful. from libr'* toetHIIUIus. A
\lsotf! lke City Index., an event'.of politicalimportance" "The soil of the whole region :, Tor*, lot the. adopttlon. ofwhich they eM. Ue. .01 Cutiiura&ap,2e..Olmmen&, SU. ,
_St. (&II t.ona r4 C1ioeoj PI1IA 2 *t
Augustine ReOOnLS. haustless In d are now being urged to ofcJO.mayixltcdofiildniggiiiU. cant<
.. fertility producing vote bv' the A.aage! ta oftu
nod< _
.. aitresuiirn 3i WSBaeU faiA FuJterftsS
$ .r--- advocates of the *C&CGI. .
.x--- -; drainage, Corp bolt I'ropt..lJo.otRII.VM. -
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happened: "Ita houses were left unoccupied -. northern. Beyond Mason street rat ries,, the eight storied being most nu Other imposing edifices many of
FRANCISCOi [ [ and unprotected, its former the trail to,the Presidio, past scattered merous. which have been more or.less severely .
) J trade ceased, its lots fell to' a small $ottages,. cabins and shed, amid dairies lONG USED[ TO The Call and Examiner buildingswere injured are the Hotel St. Francis,vtb

part of, their value, its two. weekly and gardens with a branch pathto almost totally destroyed in Use Palace hotel, the Hall of Justice, the

newspapers were suspended, and tilt the Marine hospital, on Filbert earthquake and many other skyscrapers I Mutual! Bank building, the Pacific Mutual
town deserted by the bulk of its ill- street, and another'to the North Beach were severely shaken cracked and I Life building and the Callaghan

1 habitants, was at one time without u anchorage where speculators were [EARTH QUAKES[ damaged.One "building. The greatest property damage -

i; IJISTflRI single.officer clothed with civil author. planning After the a wharf vigilance to attract committee'settlement disbanded of the chief buildings which collapsed i resulted in the manufacturing

Ity"After was the new postoffiee This : trict and the greatest loss of life in
the first rush to the- gold diggings the criminal element: became was a substantial structure of granite I the tenement house district.
the town began to regain Its lost bolder, and in 1850 the crtne and corruption costing to exceed $3.000.000.: While i. The chief street of the city Is Market -

-l:9trkk i City Long Permeated ground, and ere long the influr of gold( in the'city had become Intol- Golden Gate Metropolis Has not striking from ah architectural running diagonally for many miles.
erable to those who wished live
; seekers gave quite an impetus to its to a standpoint, the po office was Impressive The destruction of many of the depart-
k k With an Air of growth. The town was incorporatedIn decent and orderly life. When Editor Seen Shaken OftenIn from its massiveness. ment stores and other business blockson

L4 April, 1850, and the first common 'King of the Bulletin who bad denounced The Postal building was badly dar.i- I Market and Mission streets was al-

t,:': Romance. I I council elected proceeded: with diligenceto the thugs, was murdered by the Past. aged' and the operating room was a most complete. Fire added to the horrors -
plunder, the city treasury- The James P. Casey a new vigilance organization wreck. Power of every kind was destroyed of;the situation, and, as the water
fKE. same year the state was admitted to was created, and in a few and there were no lights either mains had been burst by the shock ,
', the Union, and when days Casey and another murderer electric. Neither
the steamer Ore- gas or the Palace the fire department was helpless. The
iN IE DAYS OF VIGILANTES gon brought the news-there was no the named committee's Cora were headquarters.executed in front Many of PRESENT WORST EVER KNOWN hotel nor the St. Francis was destroyed flames ate their way along Market
telegraphic communication in those as far as the framework goes, street and other,fires started in differ-
days-business was entirely suspended lawbreakers were later put to death, but the inside plastering and decorations ent parts of the city.
l, and the entire population rushed to the and the regime of the California "bad were greatly damaged.The As the earthquake occurred but a

f t.,tie Metropolis of California Was wharfs to welcome the harbinger The man" came to an end. Some of the Skyscrapers. and Other business section of the city from little after 5 o'clock ip the morning, ;
town had about It has been asserted that San Francisco Market street to Mission street and
of Disorder-Lynching off 10,000 inhabitants at practically the entire population was la-
: urjtJ Is the Buildings Destroyed-Magnificent
Y that time, and'wben the people were most cosmopolitan city in t I
': ,, **ev 4siaers-The Days of the FortyV informed that the signal flags of the the world, and by cosmopolitan Is City Hall In Ruins-Fires Arrested --
,W't meant a population from all parts of
:. -Town Depopulated that California was a Earthquake
by Dynamite -
. sovereign state of the United States of the world. Not long ago the records :.;I
by the Rush off America "a universal shout arose from indicated that 43 per cent of the people of 1868 Describedby

Gold Seekers. 10.000'oiccs on the wharfs, in the of the city were born in foreign Mark Twain.THE .'
,": streets upon the hills housetops and lands not in two or three different ,,,
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;." the world of shipping in the bay." countries, but in practically every land

::'' t FRANCISCO, the earthquake In Its early.bi tory the city suffered under the sun. According to the national recent disastrous earthquake

city has long been per- from several disastrous fires. Between census reports for 1S90 San oyer so large a part

.SAX ted with an air of romance December 1840. and June, 1S;)1, sk: I Francisco had a total population of29S.D07. the Pacific coast region and j'Tj \
Of these 172.1SG were nativeborn ;
it adventure. Nowhere may conflagrations played havoc with the wrecking such an extensive
I and 126.811 born outside of
. ;:one turn without being reminded of growing young town. Better buildings! t section of the city of San Francisco
the United States. Fully half the
the .legends' that have been woven wore planned and several fire companies was not the first-of these catastrophes
around the forty-niners and their im were organized. These were stepsin i grown persons in the community removed known in the western metropolis
to California from alien lands, .
mPdlate.toUO\wrs. The names of the the right direction. It was: also discovered though by all odds the most damaging.For "
while of the other
streets and of the business Blocks, such that the fires were started by I I a large percentage many years the municipal authorities
half und of the of children
' general body -
: a*Kearney. Sutler Montgomery. DuponXKtood i criminals who .profited by the confu were of foreign parentage. In refused to permit tall buildings k ,' c,
. Crocker and Sharon bringto sion.
in the city because of the fear of a ,
19 a populationof <
mind of the visitor long forgot- 1 I This fact and the inefficiency and x pI
the earthquakes, several of which had already -
. tea stories! o( riot or adventure and of I I corruption! of the city government led foreign C-I2.7S2 born., of which 34.1 per cent was been experienced. Finally the I : I tip:' ',,<

'fortunes whose vastness once excited j! a large number of citizens to organize j Interdiction'was removed, however, .- ", ':

.:'. his wonder or made him incredulous. i the famous vigilance committee San Francisco has long been famed and a number of skyscrapers resulted. : ,': :'i ,.: :i
. the was first visited 1 which ruled the place In ISol.:' as oue of the "wide open" cities of the Z' : ;.,
The site of city Quite a Prior to 1890 there was hardly a ... .. ,
. by Europeans In 1769. and in 1775 Bu-I number' of crooks were lynched by United States. As in the days of building in excess of five stories and ,1'm i

; .cjrell ordered a fort presidio and the committee, others were driveu'out, 1819.! the gambler devotes himself to only a few of that height Today thereIs ;A; .. i H mt
vocation with little interference
i: sion founded on the bay. One year like John Oakhurst, the leading figurein one eighteen stories high and quitea Y tS
authorities. Ht
{ ,later, the year of the Declaration of Bret Harte's ""Outcasts of Poker from the Prior to the number from twelve to fourteen -

,,' stories.In t \S- .
; the spring of 1898 about 10 o'clock t t''

one night the city had a seismic shock I <
' that put to test its high struc res. It a
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fY g'ti' ,;.? i 1'k J was the worst earthquake since 1SCS, ; S SS
when for eight or nine blocks on the
.4v'w '. main street (Market) the ground was '
; "rl Y gi ';r r'ro.
.. M t
? r ; cracked open several Inrb.-.q. rr ;
y4 ,, t.'. 2> rf: ''' I Y> A -y/f/ .: ';' In the upheaval of 1898 the tall build-
.q'Z q: < rw: Ne 1
ings were given a fearful shaking and

' / .u'ri/WS.tf'iUN / '" .. : some of their occupants were made \
dizzy and hick. The structures were
v uninjured, and ever since that time \a ma"k'S Mc

." ':;:?;::"/ ; {': therehas not been so much questionof

, n the safety; of high buildings of modem
construction-that is, buildings of I
structural iron frame and facings of

pressed brick, terra cotta or stone.It .
was M. II. De Young, the proprietor -
\ and editor of the Chronicle, who THE CALL BUILDING, ALSO DESTROYED.
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was the pioneer in this respect. He -- -'-- ---

'-:-., mist with opposition 'from the munici- from the bay back was almost completely bed. Men and women rushed, wildly

); pal authorities fourteen years ago when wrecked. forth in their lligh(robes and fled In
he decided to erect a teu story house The most conspicuous building in panic through the streets. Many were

i for his' newspaper. It was believed to San Francisco, the city hall, is almost caught by the falling roofs and walls,
1 e, w be a dangerous undertaking because of '-totally ruined. It cost from (3,000,000( and in the poorer districts the tene-

: the earthquake lear, but Mr. De Youngwon to $7,000,000, took twentjvfire years in ments collapsed like eggshells, crush- .
.', out and" thereby set an example of construction and was surmounted bya ing and suffocating their inmates before .
enterprise to'other wealthy men who dome 332: feet high. ,It was thoughtto they had time Jo escape. In many -
have since built more tall Imndln. be very solidly constructed being cases fire finished the work of death, A
For Instance, I). O. Mills, the New ; built substantially of brick, with the catching the victims as they were ,
York banker who owns a great deal'of walls covered by cement The interiorof pinned still alive under the debris.To .

San Francisco property has one of :j the dome was decorated with expensive arrest the spread of the fire along ,
SAN FRANCISCO HARBOR. the tallest and finest structures in 'the',!' marbles taken from the Pacific Market street many buildings were

t the work, and when Vancouver, rtficatiou" process that was of great in the city were occupied by Claus Spreckels, known throughoutthe Another very fine building, which The track 'of one railroad was depressed }
th .; Iplorer. jtsited the .place in 179J: benefit to it gambling dens. One of them, known country as the sugar klng'and the cost over $5.000,000, is the splendid hotel four feet or more for a distance -
i the presidio represented the military The aspect, San Francisco. at this as the Cafe Royal has been a veritable .-- -- .- -_ _-----L.. of three miles. At one point In
, authority, while the pueblo and mission time was, nof Inspiring to inflowing gold mine for its proprietors.The the city the earth cracked open for a
stood for.the civil and religious gold seekers. It was a straggling med. California supreme court has distance of six feet leaving a yawning '

r 'fEetot9 respectively. The mission, was ley of Jow; dingy adobes, frail wooden rendered a decision to' the effect"that chasm fathomless depth.
sera lartzed' In 1834 and a town laid shanties., born in an afternoon with a the game of draw poker Is not a gameof The destruction of all telegraph wires
, .out: the'year Collo\\"iu;. sprinkling! of more respectable frame chance but involves judgment and I except one belonging to the Postal
In 1843 a'n'Americuu mnn-of-irafi uii- fcvuwsj and a magi: of canvas and rubber othor th mtants as well aa chance'or ir :SQ! union, made It almost impossible for

der command of Commodore John B. habitations It was mainly a City luck, HUll because of this decision these .;: '.x ,:, I. 41F the stricken city to eaffifflQBifiate pith .,t
C. outgomery, entered the harbor ants of tents, rising in a crescent upon the I places are permitted to be maintained. the outside world. The severe.Injury

i ..fcolsted the stars and stripes over the shores of the cove. From Cl.-trk pointIt They ire frequented a bard looking '%'<:' '? / f o#'.,i'Y 4 to the Western Union and Postal offices -
" 'town. Mexico, which succeededSpain skirted! : the laud to Telegraph hill, I crowd of men, and many scandal $ also the Associated Press greatly
U'the' owner of California was then along the Clay street slopes tapering i are told associated with these places. ,a4: added to the difficulty. -
'at TO with the United States, and the away to the California street: ridge. 'visitor's life Is probably safe in these The practical destruction of six or

act .Commodore Montgomery ended The larger.number passed tu the south, i resorts, but his money is not. It"is said ; V/tM' ,J0| J36 eight blocks, coupled with the Immense
her dominion over San Francisco. west shores of the cove beyond the that the son of the premier of British 'ti loss of life and damage to property .. -

:,.-,',Montgomery' appointed Lieutenant Market street ridge, a region sheltered I, Columbia was fleeced of S,500 In the I throughout San Francisco and tho entire if
--Washjpgton A. Bartlett to be Frisco's from blustering winds and provided Cafe Royal a few years ago. He lost j i Ii ; : coast region, makes this the worst ,

% ;>fest alcalde, or mayor: under the new with good spring water and named the $1.500 in (cash but stopped payment onT j-sp ; .-';,.:;. ? earthquake disaster in American history -
'; ,Kfteie. Under Spanish and Mexican Happy Valley.Stockton $ ,( X) In checks. !D exceeding even the historic .
.&* the town was a sleepy, unprogress- street stretching; from Sacramento San Francisco has forty-seven square ? Charleston earthquake of a' few years "
te place but with the eorniug of Amrr- to Green streets, presentedthe miles of territory or about 30,000 agJ. .
:, .assns and the discovery or gold In iStS neatest cluster of dwellings, and acres within the municipal: limits. The .. San Fran ro has !suffenfl from -

:Qtecame' an era of growth and nns* Powejl street was the abode of churches, finest residences are on Nob hill and many slight; seismic shod, one of 'f
: :'p ,This did not eventuate at once for of the six churches in existence in Pacific heights, both of which districts .. ", ., .' ,. ., ': :,' them occurring about a year ayAt .
,. f *the tot news of the discovery of the middle' of 1850 three graced its command magnificent views of the '. ': "' ; \.7.,!. that time a long article appeared in
1-Wk practically-depopulated Sau Fran- sides and two stood upun rois streets, bay and the Golden Gate. The city It CI ; < one of the papers signed tyy a professor '
:.. 'dtieo.'Tht within half a block. Mason street has six large parks and twentytwosmall ::4 in,one of the observatories near :
town was smitten as' by a plague above it, was really the western limit ones, and Golden pate park occupies by stating that there was no particular -
:. e historian thn d cribii"l1af of tie city as; Green .stre t was:: the over 1,000 acres. I danger from these, tremors of the :..

., -:- .'- -- ..; r earth's surface. The coast region according -

; I i iI if f P-::1* to this writer was newer than .7

,' I ,,t parts of the country farther east and :
' I I was therefore settling. lIe said people
,Yt. should feel no alarm, as coining /
'" serious liable .to :
S was happen. x '
V# r isx qr': Evidently th> earth's crust In! the ,

Golden Gat region, has been doing .
some more "settling..tt
The most severe earthquake San
.," Francisco has known prior to the present -

I one was in 13 ;i3. Quite a little ':'

damage resulted, though nothing remotely ,
c>+ comparable to this. It was the -
;" I l19iS! ; shakeup that was made famous

!1 I by Mark Twain. The most surprisis ;

'. thing the genial Mark: saw at that time I
; was the opening- up of the ceiling of

i I I his room the lips! of the-orifice work-
ing to and fro like a mouth and a brick '
slipping through and held in suspen 7_ }
ad tg1tjtp1z sion like one lone tooth on the Jaw of
richest San Franciscan, owns a budding erected by Mrs. Herman Oelrichs an aid man. ;". -S
""-, .... ,. seventeen stories high commonly on fashionable! Nob bill. Mrs. Oelrichs. I The last earthquake that occurred S in _-
": -"I.:: known as the Call building. On three who I* a daughter of the late Senator San Francisco. was in January 1900. : _
of the corner sites where Third street Fair, has shown fine taste in the architectural Several distinct shocks were felt early _"f. -
Intersects Market Is located the groatSrectels plans Fairmont, the appropriate in the morning, causing the vibration t
building, the home of the name of the new hotel. Seen of buildings .all over the city. The _
J f: ) Call; the De Young building the homeof from the bay this structure with its chief building affected was the St ;

'r:" ;;,. : the Chronicle and the Hearst building classic outline, makes the beholder Nicholas hotel, which was severely : _

occupied i by the Examiner, the think of a Greek temple. White and shaken. The walls collapsed In certain .
three great Pacific coast newspapers: graceful,4t looms above the busy mar- parts of the structure guests were
having! contributed handsomely to the ket places the great wholesale district. thrown out of their beds and furniture .i' .
building! development of San Franciscoin the crowded business section and pIcturesque was destroyed. ,:.

recent-years. The city now has its Chinatown, which, by' tk? In 1904 there was a severe seismic :;

share of tall buildings,. one being eight- way, is fast disappearing! owing! to the disturbance In Los Angeles, which was .

STREET FROM SECOND STREET : een stories.: In"'height! The major part encroachments of. commerce and the felt throughout the city and' for a '
_. MARKET ; r.'J;,of them are eight, ten and twelve sto- dwindling of the Chinese population.! radius.of several miles around. :'
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V c I .MR.V EDWIN W. 2AVJ3 OUR NEXT 1j I'more such men to become citizens HE, EVERGLADES DRAINAGE V VzLfc9 5jorn2L.

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"V' STATE ATTORNEY. I i I g r, less ofwhat state they may V- SCHEME. .. -' - --- -- Monfia! RailwlJ
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: To the Editor Ocala Banner: Mr. C. F. Venable. of Center Hill, : '
P.S.. Voter knows that .

V : V 'The. article signed,**"oter. '" which appeared Sistrunk-was born and raised in county., has'" been. In Ocala foi Over Mueroe. V & ChamblUs. V Dentis Bask. Ocala: 1a'., iecai Time Card! No. 66 :- In Effect April I( 1 l;

t 3 in your issue of'.the 18th .inat.SLS county; W. ne or. two days past and \>n Tuesday! S .V '
: soLTt1.RtieMj1EAh( DOWN'N9.f9 : NORTfl.BOUND..t2ET !
to the race. now on. for the office at the !Montezuma hotel was Ineresting it .lHGG:>>. V 5 V "tt.
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The Baraca at Lake Weir.Pleasant .1.. -- ':"' ---. .
Boys -
of state attorney is. quite a remarkable .- a group of listeners to an ,ATFORNEV-AT-LAW* '(f ;9" : "
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effort.. Voter would laugh at Peter of his trip to the everglades.. S (O:nce in Gary-AguewBiocJc.). D"II' : .
Point, S.. Lake Weir., ; .__ __ __
V Stanley for wrlt'Ing his article favor- V April' ... Venable, ernapr. is as welt post- OCALA.. : FJ.OKIDA. ,, B sing 'Mr, Davis and yet the article'of: 25, dV the everglades as man in V ..; (;" ,I:!! g ;.m I .. .:....:.._.,...'Ot1th'J; k"lnnIe---.: ......... I.'j! i:I I.t;< V
on any I EDWIN d PEN:1R: ,: : 7 1 '.'jn W-Mfcrrst .. _....;. ............_. t, j.1) ldb -+- ...:.... V inS !',,'!h
;% V Voter Is the more laughable of the Special to the Ocala. : Banfler.V ? .. In 1882 he' pent three months .j !".i.tm !II ISara ."', _'___' ".' '': ( iUHmf....:. .." ....,- : j! .: : I im
V ATTORNEY-AT-LAUV'! V S 'N tt'. .. 11 .&'iili1 .. ..!".'._.._ ...-....:f.lbt )"31&1:1: <_._.........._... .VVmmm
j The writer of this article does The Baraca boys are located at with of am" ......-- -'--- "
twp.. a party surveyors ,-ft-' t"1- V.WOIjiiVT:J..tt. .;....:._.:. ......1'.r..; l. u...... .... ;._u. L.j j-i "-'!.
; 5 not know either Peter Stanley or Voter Sophia McCrady's place. It is a visited lhat section several times OCAU8y.-. -- V-V LOKIIM" '. ,, 7 .' uoi I 1It9, f\...... ......,.;:... .....! $ .- :::.f'I': I I ;"nI V

but claims to know s'omethtng'otthe V V V -- V i.494n-l::.;=::: '.--rr...' _... ......... .........* ..... :" .....-....' -..;..- S .... .. VV
;'- nice bluff on the lake; fifty' feet JtL _. r .......:.._...:. ;5 }:)IUB uAr.1'Y-_';_._._,....._ :U1 moo :-_ V...--... \71 I". pi'i"i m .. '"
trend of times at present, and some the lake leveL There is .a good br lIe says that the scheme of Gov DENTIST .. > _, ..' :- VVIiWI4t 1.:7: =.:.::::.,::.J4iurdl iir- :':'::::! :::':" : t'V.m: '

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IVV political history of the past' Kroward teasit,; That there V : JfiW 124tpnr.V; ) : -;II>-; .SV i .U! .1
; here all the time.Considering r is V V' .. -
: OCALA fir; :
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:. tI l>'jltu I 15pm ...._....._ _._ : ornI4r.t: '''Pin
The people elected Neir V. Aired the high winds thg a sufficient.. fall to make it feasi : V f 10 <::"ni l-s.pm ...:.....:__................. Il8rk>--:7'7"- '-' !S V I'I'IU 4
'. PARLOS tISTRUi'J;, .: I l'prR: 1ftpn1 .. .............. _....._fOH ()r-.oJe..:...'';. '"" ..._,,,, .;II!!;
;:V state attorney; he became ill and could lug Is fine and we enjoy it very but' that it will cost a'large sum JLT 2.GiJP ...t-- ,.... e-. '' -.::.,.... -.._.- .: r fn!
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Vf V notattend, to the duties of the office. Monday evening we went money, and'after It is dr3.ined. Mr. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. SS .,- 1111.'I\.m'. 441pmV \fl ",.. .... ....... -JAsk t"l\t _...';;- :..... ..__ .. S Iilss.nn J 1! w
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; .I--r- O-attJDfflf -';:;' ., .. V 1 *'l.m -
Mr, Davis did not "butt 1n" but was Mr. Charles Qates's and enjoyed says that more than i 5 per Room 4, M8";jic 'Building V 'u-ttJam ) lm 1
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V appointed acting state attorney by: evening delightfully. of the land reclaimed would op! ijISS B. .N.SINCLAIR, V C\ Hir.mn }.". .. ...,.:.._. $ew ::'1J1"rn3..h.. VS.V \r VV '{ 1k".j'l\I ;
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ll 1"-111( : : ,:_ : .. Hat: .:....:. I l.i ; I Wiijn ..
Vf Hon. W. S. Bullock judge ,of the fifth Last'night Mr. J. E. Adams ) valueless. That the bottom STENOGRAPHER 11 :>Tn"iffiuyi: :\ .\J'.T.. ..... Tit\l-"dlle.___........:.:_ .... i, -' (r..ut [
& circuit, and has been constantly reappointed qs over to his home and after these submerged lands are pure rF::=:..-::....:.::: ..: eu f--. ...... .. !:".j nKiDi11 .
*H : and Notary Ii ;)'Jt,, l r It .... ........:......., ... -iIIJr"rtf.. ....-..._........-:..V5 *', 1) ; pm R.JII
which is good evidence of sand the lands that V Publi&L > --
( severar games and listening to and are Spe attention to out ]L -IC::'Iln-;' .-.:-.-.._---........:........ tIS\iU- ........._.,SSSVV\'1- 2 0u I'll! 'r ...t'!!
tV his merit and. worth; and his .experience excellent music we: were ushered embracing, 'in many in 1-2 St&m 3 5.'WBM: i ..--...,....-.......-.- Coco*..... ---:._.-..;_.;...... i.scbastian .-.. :!!P' \ :!'
1 Commercial Bank V- Ocala: Fla.AMERICA'S I. 12'..;u !I ...-...:................, n'k,..te...:...__-...-... VV I 11! .f
'would naturally be of grea the dining room and "were served large areas, are treeless and L .. .-- .- ---- --- -- 1 ('; '.:n. ) 1' 1 ._-:-.............._J:1\1l 'i.HIt'.. _.._._......._... I 4:021 1'1
: benefit to the state, whose interests: Indeed that 1 1,:an t 8<'!>ra t ..::..._........: ...-..Melbnnrue ........-..-.-....-.. 12 r.mm,. :
delicious ice cream and c ke. and,. f so poop : GREAT .AND .DISASS : 1 rwau :> lCJ.ro I. __..........._.._._ :...._..___ U 5.*!"' )'t.1C,.
the state attorney represents The citizens have planned a big do not contain a single blade of TROUS 'FIRES AND.DAMAGERESULTING. 2 --jaUl: 6 VO'UI J 5 _.____..._.:>r. Lncie _.__"_ ""_".V .. 10 "uJl 1. .
:: 'oIlnt 6 l:>I'Il' ," __.._....____.,.Fort I'ieree..V...., 5. 10 *v am Ii
Voter does not know the trend of cream supper at the South Lake Besides this, Mr.. Venable ,says I V V 3: ;.Mam GKpra _55_ ......_........_.Ubballi.......__._...._..._ 10 17amtil 11
the tunes, or he would not predict outside of Lake Okeechobee in :l3iam 64ipm .. .-.._....._._........_ F..lfn ........-.-...._......_ .5 J.*J2 II
a postoffice in honor of the Baraca a .Jact 6 .jjpm V' .....;.;.._....._...".._J..u"t.'n ......--_.-......... .. I 10 t1smu if
: victory for his man; the expressions Thursday night we' shall everglades proper there are huge List of the Cities That Have Been Visited ,3 51anUlteni 6 fi7pDl ,. ....._..:._;........__..;tu.ut _.......__.....:......... !II CMlm IV
I 7.:13pm "' _._....___...... hobo ioniid _..:._........ ...;.. .' 9 ::it/ll It
jV of the people are that Mr. Davis will entertain a'crowd with a perlau at as large. as silver Springs and L by Desolating. Flames-San .i .11J11I1l 40pm .. :.._';.._...-._. WI.'ttJuI.Itt'r--_.._:.._ !. ((1'01I111 lOr.

: be an easy winner'on May 15. The Pleasant .' of little Francisco Disaster the Most; ;; J".aUl 8 15pm ....._..._.._. ._West 1'alm lieaeh ._.__.'....... I K t'lll 9
camp. at Point. springs'gushlngfrom: L V -tiaui! 8 41pm .. .......:.......-......- l'o>nton .._::....:; ....... /I : JII1D t
V people are the jury;' let us see some Harry Cole came down bowels of the earth in all direc' Horrible in the History of :1 :; !nm % 50pm ..__.......-.-;.._ IhIray ..-.-..__.......... V II 1I.1D .
(; 4.\8ltl 9 40pm ,.......:......'.__.Fort r.atJ er.Il1e..M._.._.... V. iicun: 1i.
V of their: verdicts. When Dan MUlE, evening, and after walking about : V This Country. I. ::7ntl 9 47pm ... ..-_..._..,_._.__ (ll1ma__...__...:....__.. .. ;I 1. ; 1l&m! i 5
was clerk.' Sun Sistrunk his chief V 70l1im 9 53pm .........-...----.;Ilaliandale....._...._.......... 706am 1.
4' was miles, found the camp. M Venable's conclusions are that: 7 .Wa-n 10 &ipin1030pm I ..:...........;.....Lemon City ....._..__........ .. !i i; tant: t
deputy, Miller like Allred was ..slcV k Very truly, H. /G. scheme Is an immensely costly Earthquakes, are. among the. most 7 :SOaia8 ...._.....................Miami ..___ __---.Lv Ii 3.am 7
common phenomena in the world scientists : V iVara! .. -__.- ;.._.:_........ ... ._Miami___,...___. .' ...... 1
and did not ask for re-elecMon; Sim '_ and if successful: will prove to be 10 ,*;Aaia [. ..._._..._..1.\r. ..........._........-Homestead_.........._........: .\' .. .. .S.VV.V.VV... .. ... 13P.ijffet
Sistrunk became candidate Pointed Paragraphs.A estimating that .from twenty to :
: V a and because unprofitable. V ,

he had been doing the work the fifty occur .on the earth's, surafce every: Parlor Cars on.trains 2) antl 73. Dnfiet i le .. .. .. V V ..
lenginy brIer: delights tne the Trustees of Willison day. Fortunately, however the J,itii1yexeptUWt2Y. <
V; people. turned down two good men .and Baptist vasta.jQrity : -:: -.- S I V :
ney. Church: of them Some No:23 1'N'o"6'I ( : -Ii'
are very slight. No.19Dailj
elected Again when a.
uupreeHodge .
V :- Satand No.21 No.17 N0.180022
:Z V was sheriff his chief deputy was Lazy. men are, -always. willing It's sound sense that we tell you. of the most destructive -recorded in Ex.Sun.. V MAYPORT BU CH. ,: Da'ily E i V t

work-other men. V It will costless dollars to paint your history noted San. Daily '. Daily Daily V : Dally I Daily :Daily a
are below. ; Su ; .
Mr. Nug nt. Hodge died and Nu V !
;V Mr. Only I !
with L. & M. Paint because V ,

V gent filled the' unexpired term and: of The original- rule of three' is- painting Is done with one, gallon!: 63 A. HercuUrieum;: < and Pompeii t 9IOP 11--1-------1.----IP. SlOp! 200plOOOa! |! ...........Jaekonr1l1e ......._.. -7<;;a-'-'!-I0n';' -l/-:-i>iAr1 tT9S1) 6'

faith hope and charity. L. & M. than wjth two gallons -of partially destroyed by V j ?... 10W : ......_;; ... .. .
asked for A full term at the next primary violent shock. ( ( :-'Ps 5Ip : outh JsctsOlvilIfO. .Lv fi'.ii;: 1\:T& )U.J|I' :.
A new play is called 'The r paints and the L. & M,, Zinc 103 Four< 10:0" 7S'p, ''"Xtj), 2 Hip'JO ''.'& .. ............JBabloB. ah ......._._ '-6J"'t' sow UipAtiaijtic ;T20
V. ; although strongly opposed. the the I.. &. 'M. White Lead and Asiatic,..two Grecian anJ I lOp; 72)p. 5V){>, J4'j..,10 tilt! .........- lk'acli.-; : F.a. 7 ;>'a I i.'j;ip! :) :
verdict of the people was for .Nugent screw." It should draw welL i iA .the L. & :M. Paint. wear like two Gal tin'cities' '1'; .rturn d. 1otp74jjj; 0 U>))' ;;t$1J) uuoa Ar.............. Mayport ...............}.,,; fiOte 7 jt.j !JuQn :>flQpj ,

; Then again, Mr. Thaggard was ap: man's full strength Jsn't a& : S 3STNicodemSadestroyed: ,' with all: PENINSULAR AND'OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT iIAii
gallons I & M mixed with 3 :
: as when he is gal- < .
half full. -inhabita'nts. .
only .
:( \ pointed tax collector; and against strong Linseed' Oil will paint a moderate it- t .. V V i__ __

opposition was elected to a full, term. About three times out of five a hous 557-Thousuin:.Is perished:= in Constan- Close.. Coaoectioa Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. ComP ni.
is :]. cost L. & M. about $1.20 S c
entitled to another per .
Now }It. Davis has been tilling the guess. linople. V

i place for another. Mr. Allred will not Many a. man gains the' upper E. Webb, Painter, Hickory, N. C 74-O'ver' 5o4 town- destroyed V i in Havana and Key West

.. by using underhand 6IOds. "Houses painted with L. & ales'Une. ., V
1 '
V m
; be a candidate: Mr. Davis asks for the Syria and Asia, ; awful, loss V
15 ago have
years not needed paint Two Sailings Each Week.V
place in his own rjght. as, any other No Alphonso a woman isn't I sInce" V of. life. V ,

I r sarily a vivisectionalist because. by 'Mclver & MacKey. V Ocala. 1137-At Catania. V ; Trains Discharge Passengers' at Ship's Side No Transfers. 1-
meritorious Sicily: 157000
worthy: man would do, and I S 5 ? ::.

the people of Marion will join with cuts an acquaintance.There buried in the ruins.. V These Time Tables' show the----tiii-, -at whIch trains be
s mar expected toarrlve u and Sept
S II are things a man can't. The: Convict Lease System. 1158-In from the several stations but their arrialor
the people of Lake,. Sumter Citrus and I Syria. 20,000 perished. departure thetImessLatedllnotgu&rme'
for himself because his wife noi. it this Company. to be held re.''poniiUeAtranydelay or any coamequeneeathing t her
kt can ) 1186-A Calabrian .
Herrando dty and aJllts .
in giving Mr. Davis S Ini V -
a majority
% '- vote.V things for'herself. I ) River, Fla., AIril 24 1906. habitants overwhelmed in the Adriatic.t: For Copy of'the LOCAL TIME\ CARD or Other Inf9rmatloD- --

\ S V If Mr. Sistrunk gets a majority in When I a man loves a woman the Editor Ocala Banner V : 1268-In Clliia. 60.000 perished V "SEE ": '"
than tongue tell your daily of the 22d inst there
can all he has to V
.; S any county some wonderful changes, ; Is let her get a glimpse of his: article taken from the JPlant City 1456-Naples, 40,00Okillet1. J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FU :
_ -v.have\ \ to take place before May 15. 1531-Lisbon. 30.000 buried. in citys .
: r containing account of 4
book.'S an
our -
5 Voter would slur at Mr. Davis because ruins. _--
S The Lord is too busy to give Lease System Now Mr SS
$ he came from ()hlo/This shows 1593-Thirty towns near'Xaples destroyed -
credit when. they are called though I do not. see any ex- .
.S weakness; this slur will go unnoticed upon ; 70,000 km d. V
give to charity and of your own opinion in the r'I
respond by
If is the givir 1667-At Schamaski
S as only straw ,that the drowning 80,009 perished
than away a lot of \>ld things they I wish to say that I for one i in \ I
catches at. shocks'within V three months. "
V V want,-Chicago News. ) every word' of the said article V 'I
V .Did -not the voters of Marlon county V 1682,-Hort RoyaL Jamaim. Il'j\troy.
.I. ._:1m___ crjifl!. trt... _CAA_ _nnA ojltt.i. ,* tx.'Vin... --
-- -v '" .u. "
_ S nominate, Jim Hill, qver that good old t A Gentle Rebuke to the President.'Ii'k the courage tq sIK'ak'out ed; 3,000 lost _. V V,
-soldier, Robert .Bullock? yes, they did,, -\ V 1693-Fifty-four cities and town. !

_ p and Jim was from some other state The refusal of .the house many people stopto think o f and 300 villages destroyed in ,Sicily;;: :
<: 'of an editor: \ wfr
than Florida. Then ti Is fling at Mr. toadopt the scheme of federal 100,000 lives lost. V" &,j-- I

I '.'S. Davis because he ,came from. Ohio is I trol of life insurance: favored by th days. who criticises. existing. in V 1703 Jeddo. Japan. ruined- 200,000: ((I sI

V doubly bad when made ,"in behalf of president is in some respects the hardest V V dead. V V

_ ; : '. Carlos I*, Sistrunk, for Carlos has not: blow of ''all the hard raps have known of repeated instances 1716=\t Algiers. 20,000 dead. \

,* S Voter the :' cruelty practiced on our 1 173f-\t ti ik
done what would have the people present congress has op. kltl.. 100,000.' wallowed I
V tofr nvicts to whic I could give Jrt
V ; do in this case. Voter have you I : Roosevelt. He is bound to up. V S
places and
dates if called J
V ": .: :forgotten- that Carl s was, a delegate this blow for he' has had in this in 1746-lima and "Calloa denio'jshed) ;
to do so that
V to tho state convention in 1900. which stance no popular support fall badto are too shocking 18.OQO buried in the ruins. .
at. 'Now. in
V, V V. net Jacksonville? And do you remember on or soften the' severity of it ; my opinion. the 1734: -At Grand Cairo, 4.0,000 per-

_r: : who were the candidates for. effect as he .h. d in the Lease System" has been i hed. S V S V __V- V S Se

_- V V5 '. the high office of governor? Four Florida -I and some other proposals; to ", in the balance and found, I 'l15S-KaeJ'Ja.n. North Persia destroyed -
I "
.& 1. 'S : boys and one from the state of he had given his., support. It has become a stench in ; 4<),OrtO killed. k \

.= Illinois. Voter, have ,you forgotten fha Mr. Roosevelt's; position on the of all. honest men and 17 5-Lisr-on;; practically ,Hiped out 1 "op
.' .Carlos did nOt vote for one of the Florida -*| Insurance question was taken deliberately redress The convicts within eight 'minutes. Upward of 50-

: I S V boys? There. were. four candidates. end in open -defian.ce'of.. in direct competition with free 003 perished in the rulns.Und by being

( S seeking the nomination advice of some of the and besides they make men who engulfed
V. : !Milton Mays,, ablest of hi by a tremendous seismic

4 Myers, and Bepgs, all grand. old sons: party associates. He took no would be, ordinarily. humane \vave. The shock was fel't a's'.far as

V : of Florida, and yet Carlos voted for of the legal phases of the problem. kind 'cold and cruel and heart. I. i Scotland and 'many' cities suffered se, 4
; : :Jennings from; Illinois. Now the people The report. of*the hou.>.e committee. t 'S \'f'rI)'. In :Morocco more thin '12,000 ,

kV '; .will do as they please and vote as a rebuke which he will feel of his intermeddling e know insta.ncwh n men persons lost their li 'es. V V !

r they please and will in the matter I liked and respected when they 1759-11a.albee. "in S FOUR
V ; .. resent this fling although the Syria destroyed: ; V SAILINGS EACH WEEK
5 convict V .
you make for political effect. language employed by the committee I lessees were so utter- :!i).IJi)I) dead.' : V S VS

: ,. I do not wish to V understood as is mild. ed in manner that 1 lost all I 1797;: --All the country from Santa Fet .. S BETWEENV V ;

I for them.11 i
:VV1 V reflecting in anyway on Governor Jennings The committee report is as follows;: persons who Panama shaken; 40,000 dead. i

: : I simply .cite above Instance .to I "Let it. be. kindly I ; but not offensively. 'any way associated .with the IS 1.2:-At Caracas. 1,2,000 lives lost. Jacksonville I

; :- tshow' that Mr. Sistrunk did -not do that said that it is monstrous. doctrine even, the convicts themselves, 1823:. Aleppo destroyed with 20.000 and New York. .

z .j which you now would have all voters subversive of our dual system of government by what they tee. 1 of iu inhabitants. I ,

? S had i
many opportunities of .
do. see-
even to suggest that the federal 1S42'- At Cape Haytien. Santo Domingo. S I

I One .point In the political. record of government'created by the states system and I know, whereof: *\vo-thlrdsj! of the ':own detroyeJ V Calling at Charleston, S. C., both waya. 4 I I

V Mr, Sistruak! which Mr. Voter assert I can lake from the states the power k. I have no animosity against st t ; :d.'JO.1e.d.): :TEE FIHZST STIAKSEIPS: IS T2I COiSIWISS SIS7ICX.

t is so good is fresh in the minds of Ip they have always enjoyed: and which 1 \' ( lessee but on the contra- IS)7-Q\'cr; 10,000 killed in aabria! ; I

_; the people. The is :!xpressly 1 of them are friends of mine. 1868' ,
; people know that the reserved to. them by the -Many towns in Peru and Ecuador .- I

: '- V legislature of 1905 Carlos being one constitution. Hamilton himself never writer once knew an instance 'Avip>d out; 25.000 persons per- THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND SOUTHERN 'SINV

k. j.' ot_ ,n Marion's representatives passed a madft' such a' claim." happened' several years ago, a S d. V V V I

bill raising the salary of the state attorney -" : V :.31: -':In Japan. 10.000:, .-dead..496Northwest FREIGHT 1S
S Supreme Court convict lessee had lot SEXYICB BETWEEN VVV
i making it $?,400 when it ,had a of Japan 1,000 per- ,V5 .Jacksonvlll. Boston I
Providence .
ts and
been up. to that time but $1,800 per In the interest-oft continuation of on A turpentine farm and d by earthquake and over 20.000 V V I
ana were given at their tasks nearly and all
S urn an increase of $600 per annum, the present excellent attendant seismic wave.0j Eastern Points. ':
organization of the tasks of free labor fact .
and as soon the a -Korthern
as ealry Indi 400'per V ll
was raised the Florida supreme gh d. Calling: Charleston Both Ways.
court. of .
: Carlos began by the way, is quite -common. i.W-Several "
trimming his sails towns in V
fort Judge James B. Whitfield and Calabria district MVNl: .' KEKLY '
Judge lessee's father SlILINOM.
: was preacher .
a. '
job. Now, if Carlos had not been Charles :500 Killed thousands ,rendered : .
B. I
3 r* S ,V Inlegislature. or had waited until the democratic Parkhill, earnestly ask all I preached to the con homeless.. S..tJ'lil4._.:....;.:...:....... ............. Fria liwi1Trm W&II,
: electors of Florida to One
night of
the I one the convict II'
: law
had becom cold 1006! << -Formoo i
It would not give these V 2,000 )killed, US.OoIJ. )!}.- : .

,: have been so pointed but 'as it is Car. their vote in worthy the primary young election Floridians : asked the old gentleman'th.it di .)(0 damage t'lrtkilu! ..;........;.............................. !.tt .. C. .ri:. t.eif &:zpflY1V !

: s Joe is disqualified under May: : "Did he believe the AlI -. .
article 3, section -
2 5 of the Judge Whitfield, by: .his experience approved of this." The"rever
the VV
,'. COnt1tUtOn'O.f! state; as county judg clerk if the ntleman'

V V V of Florida Carlos is still a- representative supreme court. state treasurer.; and attorney V the Lord'replied In prayer\that he exactly'had : Clyde S St.S Johns River Line. S

and. has not ,resigned as tve : FERRYS ,
V \ general is V
know of. and that would not help .film fV or'a quick- comprehension I equipped of..nr: that.savins"thaf and" he had :received an: Between Jacksonville and Sanford

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as lie :
was elected
for two Falatka ..
> whfvhends ail
"j: S -. December 319n6.: complicated Ugal or business; probleirj by name) "did not !,1it'tI m SEEDS Altar, Sircsftrd ( r.Iani ) asU&tir. =d1&t. V L .

; V The in i the cases brought, before the. supreme k amiss." laadiags 0: St. Jiiss Eirer.
language of the '
tituUan I*: .
; : very plain: V court Parkhill for decisionJudge Mr. Editor, for .fear of bein r nep@...., t the saa filie bvule ttIt.In W.the 1 Steamer City of Jacksonville .
tQ<1. is' learned Inlegal world tnase .
S V ', No: senator ,or member of the ..hou"iof e lore and ha>. l.aa giKtiifying experience [ I win close, and .I hope> ywi: others.beautiful Do'OU, our wiab eeda to grow ar'buer UIII molt than are appointed V t. Sail Ketuntin M follows. Leave J*cks.ovill* daily, except Satordars. 1'3 ".,
ft leave
r one else 'Will' IVt"n and the fiuesl ; Suford. daily
pre8enta.thsha1l.;: during the a$ an nlv" 'u*..? nt1 on the say something: V ubw? riMattlieiwstseeas-Fwryi. except. Sundays at .-:)0.. m. _
time far *ubjeci. -
which he
l" 'elt'Ctt-d. Respectfully
;T S be all'p'int..d circuit bench bef Jre reaching the present ; 'SStaissA"1? free to aaO Soutb- euJld 1 1 S V .
or elected to .tH.. 'McILVAINE. ;! ,5 V V Nertll.B....
:any oi\il office .' Read Down SCHEDULE
hgh position 1i"i CO. V ReadM
.: under the constitution of this -The w riter j Is no't.:-candidate V \ ,
.state tills.o'ori..i.ha Detroit --- -
just came to feel Mich. V -- -. I -
;; : that has been created > offii'e'nor 'ever has been.:. .1| Leave' 3 m. .. ..... ---- -.
: or the, e.molntnents 30 p. j. ...._.., .
proud of its supreme: ourt, the decisions V r f S 45 p. m. ....._ -?__ -._ Jacksonville ...?.......,?? ._......._ Arnve 200a,
V .,. jhereof fchall have been increased of which are cited and'stand I }LHM. ** 3 oo i, m........'_..'- ''_ 1'ittka _.. .I.IM.I ..OT ....._...-.-_ Leave S CIO po.
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... 'was. admit : prrsonel be made? but our guarantee. Try Education by Mail V # V V I V I
S. ted to r. : House shoe; _Genera! .Passenger and Ticket .
InMarion. practices v d. has. 'been. living I r.I ( and women just spring arived.styles The We k1axhoa.eorlap1o7ilntt..getsa.da- Office t, 122. .West Bay St., Jacksonville. '

I county for ih- last twenty- satisfied customer: tIle best ad. v eatio& Ctaueentr pare teetdyisthom., ,
; one. i vertisement and satisfaction is V 'X JWthixtic, Algebra, JI.. IRO MO GF.1t Jft.. A.ss't Ge.'Z Pa .
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: LITTLE SPEECH. 1. "GY/1NE-BACK.. HOME.,." TURPENTINE AND ROSIN, MAR. True, Genuine Reform.. What is .It?

; KET. -

Fr: of .Marion County: As we waited in the L. & N. depotat Mr. Henry Watferson, recently gave

elected assessor I un' Nashville. for the' train, some. ono Increased Brings Activity Fine Spreads Prices.and Rosin what we think is a true definition of KING OF ALL LINIMENTSCURES

and surveying, reform. He a.aid-
began crying, and an excitement. was
I "Reform, real reform was never
that I was pretty well raised the-passengers > Sfplnts turpentine Is hard tg down.
among A briefinvestigation wl'9ught.by mere factionism. Nor does (MAIMS.CUTS UUISIS,BUMS.$Abu;
the Job, but soon found There is no doubt of that. As soon as CU RES OLD ".IIL CRICK .. RACK CACKACNI. UIMIA6O.
proved that it was an great reformer deal in mere explosives stir. JOINTS. COMTKACTCB MUSCILS, ft. JUiMC9AMKtLS
any .. .
a little weakness developed It broughtin .CORN MUSKM CMAMIO '.T' .aouaDnn.oo.
: u h more to .learny and old colored man that was ,giving driving people away, making ....wnuoH.CWUUUH*.AND AU. uuuuiaTia or mat oa auar./
orders that stopped the decline,
!- five years hard work and to his close communication claiming ex lu-
after away grief. Three or four peo-
'"'--no", temporarily at least. Monday of this
t ., admit that I llon Disinterestedness is the
.? free to ple remarked on the strangeness of sive virtue.
.etudFr. P week found the market somewhat
4 I' all. but am certainly. as well it, but for sometime no one said foundation. stone of reform, courageous -
Z knew anything' weak and on that and the next two
( do the work as ,any man to him. Then moderation and good sense its
q a depot police- days the price declined to 64 1-2 cents, ,
z, of county man apex. There must be a leader, braveof -
out a.rion. came forward and
took him
y la. er by at which the market was cleaned of I
f, One can graduate in law or mediEtne the arm, and shook him roughly and all offerings bringing a slight reaction heart, clear of understanding, cleanof

and..tt a diploma in. three years, said: handy The newspaper alone, in default -
with good sales on Thursday at
who Is conceitednaugh of such personality, can do lit-
iaP'head "See here a
"but the : odl man, you want to 65 cents. Friday there was again a SNOW -
to believe that he has nothing quit that You tle. Behind such a man it can -do
are drunk and if you dullness apparent, only a part of the

.;'more: to learn, hasn't sense enough to make any more disturbances: I'll lock offerings being taken It then lookedas much."

4 : he is a fooL I was com- you up." To which the Nashville Americanadds
,'lamibat though there would be a decline F
?' west In 1904. When I re- "'Deed, but I Its endorsement:
1 lied to go hain't drunk, repliedthe unless domestic business again became -

f'wed and checked u}> my books I old man, as he removed his*tear- brisk. Brokers and others reported "This is a true saying Genuine

; :'-'.found that some' property had 'been stained h'ankerchief. 'Fse losted my that while consumers north public reform must be unselfish and .

<*,", left off, I made no secret of it but ticket and money and dat' what the and west undoubtedly were without devoid of perconal factional motive.

that I would assess Personal leadership is essential for the
; told the parties matter. supplies! they were holding off to the READ THIS REMARKABLE It CURE

J. them, for two years on 1905 books, as "Bosh, you never had any money to utmost with the hope of getting some organization of forces, but such lead-

provides. :My enemies tried lose! You dry ership must be above suspicion of "I was mach afflicted with rheumatism writes '
the lair up or away you ;u. supplies at lower values than have so ,

I. ae make eat.capital, of this, but it i "What's the matter here?" quired a far prevailed. As turpentine is twelve personal aggrandizement or selfish Ed.C.Nod,lowavflle,Sedgwick Co.,Xanaal,"going
thin. I then decided that in145'future man as he forward. ambition. The press can be most po- about oa crutches and suffering great deal of pain
vas too came cents ,a gallon above what it was at I was induced to try Ballard'a SnowTIaititentwhiclz

I. Would myself check up The old man recognized. : the dialectof this time last year this feeling on the tent in arousing public sentiment and cured me, after using three sac bottles XTIS THIS

every ,return and dictate every line' the sOuthernor in an instant, and part of consumers is ('a5ibunder- in sustaining organized effort, but the GREATEST IJNIMgNT I lWER.USED;hate tec.

KTJtwn '411 the three large books thatI repressing his emotion with a great stood. executive work must be done by men, ommended it to' a cumber of pcuo a, all expre

am required to make every year, effort he answered: C t who, for the public good, are willingto themselves as being benefited by it. I tow walk
without crutches, and am able to perform a great
_. working *n day and late every "Say, liars Jack 1'ze been labor and to sacrifice. "
.n4 robbed. Conditions this :year, thoughare deal of light labor oa the farm. ,

pigpt. it .13 *J1 t fan do to get them "My name is White." such that consumers are not apt to The Meanest Man." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00

la b1. Jvembe-r. "Wellr then, Mars White, somebodyhas get supplies at the lowest values of
to attend some of the ,
T shall try done robbed of
me mticket an' last at time the
:year any during season Those people who delight in the
but will have no time to ST. LOUIS. U. & A. .
meetings money.
April so far bas shown a" decided search for "the meanest man" will be
canvas the county and must trust entirely "Where were you going?" decrease in
receipts taking all interested in a little story printed recently -

to my friends who have been "Gvvine down in Kaintuek, whar I ports together, the total said to be in the newspapers. A person

:' to me in the past, and every wuz bo'n an' raised." /
80 true about twenty per cent. below that of who has heretofore passed among his SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
!'_ that is cast for me will certain "Where's that?' .
tote ;
the first three weeks of April, 1905, neighbors for a man-threw out several -

f'', If be appreciated. "Nigh to Bowlin Green, sah, an' which in itself is sufficient to accountfor handfuls of breadcrumbs in orderto ALL DRUGGISTS. .

;ifi;: I have tried to do ray sworn duty when the war dun sot me free I. cum the better values. Then the sup- attract a flock of snowbirds. When

& 'to the state county and people fairil up dis way. Hain't been home sence, plies in this country are very limited, the little birds settled down to their

,nd impartially, but am not fool sah" .
ly I and consumers, who naturally failedto feast their cruel host discharged a -
fg enough to believe that I have pleasedevery I "What do want to back for?"
you go buy any more than they would absolutely shotgun at the flock and gathered in

f. Ine. All I ask of any one who I "To see de hills and de trees an' de require during the winter his prey. He explained later that he

I has any complaint is to write or calla : fields, de tobacco an' '
de co'n.
months, have been forced to do some wanted the snowbirds for a pie and
on nand he will receive patient Preston an' de good ole Missus.
early purchasing, purchasing suffi- added that they had provided him i ,

k: ,aQd< polite treatment' whether or not : Why Mars White; I'ze dun been pray- cient so far, with the limited offer- with a delicious meal.-Richard Met-

R u agree Respectfully, In' fur it fur twenty rears Sometimesde ings, to present any decline of mo- calf in the Commoner. ,.

It" ALFRED ATER. I.. longin' has cum till I couldn't ment. Reports, too, indicate that receipts '

hardly hold myself." for the next few weeks will he Devil's 'island Tortue.Is Bilious ?
Human Blood Marks. -
f" "It' too bad." below those of the same weeks last : i' .
: no worse than the terrible case
", A tale of horr-s toid by marks "De ole woman is buried; down dar. year, so the outlook for the near future of Piles that afflicted me 10 years The orly sure cure fo1

nf human blood in the home of J. Mars "hite-4e ole woman an' three would appear to be highly satisfactory Then I was advised to apply Buck-
,: *W. Williams, a well known merchant children, I ken 'member de same if 1 len's Arnica Salve, and less than a box coroupaucn and Biliousness
\ of Bac, Ky. he writes: "Twenty years with fluctuations within a permanently cured me writes L. S. th is
ago I had several hemorrages of the seed it :r st lla)'. You go out half way comparatively narrow range. Napier, of Rugles, Ky. Heals all &i at pleasant, natural f
( lungs and was near death when I be- wounds burns and sores like magic, and safe is ''
1. to de fust tobacco house, an' den you The receipts for the week at Savannah & ..;
1 J fan taking Dr. King's New Discovery. 23c, at Tydings & Co.,.druggists m
i,; ft tompletrly cured me and I have turn to ,de lef 'an' go down to de were :3,142 casks, and the posted

'remained well ever since J' It cures branch whar de women used to wash. sales :?,!i3 casks. The stock on hand' Marion's Court House $
bsmorrages, chronic coughs, settled :,
colds and bronchitis, and is the only Dar's fo trees ou de odder bank, an' here remainssmall, but 2,929 'casks PMiC.4D7LS! 1 f y7l e

i known cure for weak lung:::; Every right undo; um is whar dey is all bur- last night. As an Ocalan, the city editor of the SS

....4.bottle guaranteed. Tydings & Co. le.l. I ken s-te it! 'I ken lead you rightto s Daily Capital notes with plasure that A.\'D TO.NiC PELIiTS "1 'tt "y-t.
?:drugists. Price 50c and $1.00 m .
,4, ,:. Trial botle free. de spot!" \ It is 'rosins, :however, that producers Marion county is to have a handsome The Pills stir the lazy 1 liver to ..

"And what will you do when you and factors look with the most new courthouse which will be an or- ,

Replies to Peter Stanley. nament action-the Tonic Pellets clean
get there? ::atl factwn. Here the market shows to beautiful Ofala. J ,

F Correspondence- Ocala Banner. "Go up to d ? big house and ask such undoubted strength as to convince The present court house, occupying all impurities out of the body, }
Mars Preston to let me lib out all de them that 1906-07 has an excellent as it does the most conspicuous: po*i-
;. 1 notice an article in Saturdays so that the liver and all the
res' of my days right dart I'ze ole chance of being the banner year: tion in the city, has long been an eyesore -

d1l1v.slgt.ed' by "p.ater'Stanler" stat- alone, an' I want to be nigh my dead. of all. Pal rosins! continue to move and quite out of keeping with ether organs act properly.No 1'/ (
'jng that Mr. Davis candidate for state
t- Sorter company for me when my heartaches upward and are reported in excellentrequest the other buildings. The new buildingwill and
4torne? i Ii solid and will win out ... "i\
add much to the appearance of
a statement which seems to

by a large majo/ity over Hon. "Where were you when you were include all grades as all are taken the pretty town.-Tallahassee Capital. Griping ] A// F
U. Sistrunk. "Gee Whiz, v
robbed? with equal avi.lity. During the week "
ff' Peter must not No
Stanley Purging
Col. Nat Walker's Residence Burn
"Out doors, dar, I reckon, in de ending last night the quotations advanced ,
getjng" his meals regular to write If
crowd. See? De pocket is all cut out. '
2i cents on watetwhite, 15, on
f|: such lIe says Mr. Davis is a self Col. Nat R. Walker of Wakulla, \\ii//Z
I'ze dreamed and pondered-I'ze had natural and
window guns, 20 on X1: 15 on K. 5 just a eat' /
made man. Then he relieves his
creator dis journey my mind fur years, an' on II and below, while I showed a decline had a great misfortune yesterday common- sense Treat Y P ; I
i' f a big responslbiUtj and lie bases morning. His nice residence at Crawford '
noI"ze dun been robbed an' {'an'tgoo" I of 10 cents. The total receiptsfor ment which never fii! h
'. 'his opinion of .the routine prac- \"ille was entirely consumed by fire. 3
: the week were 8,293; barrels, while to cure. G i
.r:tke of the democratic party which i isitx I By the assistance of neighbors he
He fell to crying and the policeman r the posted sales aggregated 8.000, as
one of the biggest rots In the demoS I succeeded in saving his furniture. Ills Offer.
r, .' came forward in an official manner. follow: Pales 2,506, mediums 646, H Special

,, mtfe party today. lust let a fej !})\\' "Stand back sir! !" commanded, the and below 4.S4S. fine pack of dogs, that were confinedin Cut the"Little Doctor" oc} -

?. ;t' into! aa office in any shape, manner wire fencing near the residence, Y
and nunl ..
stranger. The present values of rosins are the to usuii, t > : ;- ,
[:;{.or form and then you will hear some "Now gentlemen, you hate heard i highest for all grades ever at this were also burned to death. Only tame of jour druggist i acou -. *"' tt:1.at

to held the old $1,0011 was
the .sto jorm ;gain
; tim of the year. On page 1& the comparison -
of the Pills anti Pelletswith
i-,: give fief the second term," regard'ess! the loss will be heavy.Tallahassee
the old
man, back to- die on plantationand of present prices; is shown cur cOInpli .
,:, '._of ]ik qualifications: ilr. Davis is a ,
' -'. be burled alongside- hIs! dead. with those of thrEHt"l u", jears. In Capitol. .
,::;;pretty nice his Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free
': fellow and so far "IS "So am I, came twenty men in round barrels rosins are now bringing i "';
--, ;*,>honwty and Integrity is conrerneu, Answer to Correspondents. an-1 irfonnation. Given with first
Tcrecaft-s .Ainiarac
chorus, and within five minutes we 'above the prices of this time last rear with Weather your -
L/'aQ: 'doubt that is beyond qu'U.'t.r ; him tickeand purchase cf Ramon's Livtr Pills a.d Tonic Pellets.Manufacturing -:;: ;
raised enough to buy a
about as follows: W. W.. $2.25; W. G., ,
,- ,But Mr, Davis would been act- Y ri'. Politics are very quiet in Prawn Company :;
'-: leave $&D to spare. And .when he real- $:.50; X, 52.40; M, $2.23; ; K,- $2.33; : I, iNo. .... ,"! "" ", ".- ".,1' "T".n.. _
::Jin? state attorney if he had not Marion county. :
r today
luck, tae old! snowhairedblack
ized his good 1.0; H. $1.70; G, $1.40: F. $1.40: E. SOLD BY TYDINGS & COMPANY OCALA FLORIDA. .
: ,been associated with Mr. Allred and his knees in that :\lr.1." L. Payne would not ,
/!" fell upon : $1.40; !>? $1.45. Yes this does not '
\,efaceount, of )Ir Alred's health fail- crowd and prayed: seem to check the requirements of consent to run for any office. His -

:k : him 'Mr. Davis friends tried to persuade 'him to become -
. ;:" .,. got the appoint- "Lord. rzebin a believer in You) all general trade. The inherent strength

-: taent, but the voters of the fifth judi- dun Ybu to a candidate for the legislaturebut
- I axes
my days, an' now ot rosins has .never been better demonstrated -
&,tt district! did not put him there and watch ober dese here white folks dat than rec'ently.-Savannah he refused to be teir.ptt-d. It is a

M iroIn the} good sign when good men think their Ocala House Wine Roons.
: way the strawpoints' they has believed in me an' helped me to Naval Stores Review, week ending ) 3

< 1 e not going & keep him there. Mr. go back to de ole home. rAnd April ?l.Candidates. services on the farm are more ,valua- ,

:.' Stanley, 'admits that Mr Sistrlunk is a I do believe that nine-tents of ble than in assembly halls.It _
"* j-"- f
! wlsht; ampltious attorney and justly that crowd had tears in their eyes as Who Have Properly Qualified I

.. .aWe to fill the is ported that Mr. T. J. O'Hara.. TRY OUR .
I position with honor, also the gentleman called out the train for .
,:. :'; admits the big turpentine operator, will arrive -
: ,
that :Mr Sistrunk's record Louisville. The following candidates, who will
.45$ ? legislator ia this county Wednesday with
is beyond question the democratic
-- be voted for by electors -

rJhe11: ta say lets give him a higher po- About Rheumatism. of Marion county; have properly sixteen hundred .Italian laborers OLD
$ '. which he will distribute among the LLEGHANY'c
lt1o.I\ that he may be of batter seie'to diseases that afflict qualified in obedience to the rules adopted '
There i? few :
KT TJc turpentine operators of Marion, after
: .::: his people. Mr. Sistrunk is a tortue than rheumatism and threis by the state democratic execu- ,
,: supplying his own needs. The itro- '
.native, not only of Florida, but of probably no disease for which sucha tive committee and their names will :

:s liarion; ? county, and I think duty b. varied and useless lot of remedies be put on the official ballot: duetion of so many Italians, Chinese -

J:.:-8las, at, home and believe the majol'.it1of have been suggested. To say: that it For representative in congress- and other laborer into the turpentine I PURE RYE.- '

b cured Is, therefore, a bold statement camps and phosphate mines of this S
? the can :
: in the fifth ju- Chamberlain'- First DiCtnct t"phen1.: Sparkman. -
dfelal to make, section will revolutionize the condi-
r Districts are of the same opin- rain Balm, which enjoys an extensive -: No opposition.
lop with success: tion of things Florida.
' I111 has met great
. >, wager cigars Peter Stanleynot sale For justice M the supreme courtT. .

f'},.:...- 1s: a Flirldian. ,in application the! treatment of Pain of this Balm di-eahe.will relive One II ., !?. Clarke, Cha R. Parkhill J. B. Put up 4 full Qts : fin

}'':' CALUOPEXX the pam, and hundreds of sufferershave b'vits Whittiekl. I Her-aid. .,
f testified to permanent cures
_. when pain Balm | For railroad eummissioner-T. J.JApp'ejaul. '
'" use Why of the political organ." &> we take it Cartoons
J.?... ,",' Bailard's Horehound Syrup. I afford such quick relief and costs 11 IS. lUUey, N.:1. H1itch.1 I Fancy <' .
/ I but a trifle? For sale by all druggists that 'he will not want it to go forth .

:g air launed1a.tely relieves hoarse, croupy ni i} II. Hud-'oa Burr. I any longer than the Herald is the per- =
t : ratting rasping and I -_ i Fur state attorncy Fifth. Circuit i Delivered at z ;
"4' dimepiit D athhing. Denial.. I I sonalrgan: J .\f Governor Broward. In your
-', druggist Henry. Stearns, j A Hot { II W. IU\K Carlos I.. Sitrunk. "I 1
ShuI sburg, Wis.. writes, !I Chi- connection we,notice that he also -

l'i lra"Ballard's. %Oth. 190:: -I have been selling "..It'urYatterson vmlicf that !i Fur state e-naf'r-Tw'ntieth it Mnat..rial :calls his predeces on the paper -In. Office :--
Horehound Syrup for two I district" -Jame< 1. : '-kin. .rc.. I xpress
sears and have never had p.reparrt- \\"illiam. Randolph Hearst will controlthe j competents" and says they did all :
to11 Il )ldA' J. i
: ., that has given better ati fa011. (,'- next democratic national, convention. -t i they could to wreck the paper instead
: I noUce that when I sell a bot- J j For member of the lrsi.-laturr !i ''. '
: tie, they This might be important f''E'ni !U.f improving itH..n. ::
: honestly'recommend for morel can | Marion county T. K. UisRS C. I.. For .3.20. > :: ,
SOc and i alarming if it were not for the fact --- I ;;

.I. $.," Sold by all druggists in '! that (
t. :The Royal Arch Masons=;;t this city I I ition.s like dreams K-u b> contraries.Harper's ." I :!a new party in Florida based on the 1 : '' :.''.
I : .
C uqh Remedy t he !
.haye I "iniative! and referendum." \Ye thothti
re-organized Weekly. i
a chapter hereAt Best and Most Pooular. r >
''thIs, meeting predicted anything, of j I I Ii i this was one of the chief plank in the ,
over He has, never
twenty new. mem-
i "Mothers buy it for croupy ehil.lren'i Regular $ J00 a Quart Whiskey write for :
r Were Initiated and It was after the kind. As the young man who railroad men buy it for severe coughs t; socialits platform and it does not. ; ; ,

too o'clock before the session wasanaverage complies the "pert paragraphs" for and elderly people buy it for la grippe"says I. seem to have made much headway in ; Complete Price list '

PIete& Harper's has an entire week in whichto Moore Bros Eldon. la. We sell 'I Florida. -
more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy
do an hour's work, he might, at than any other kind. It seems to I --
tier having smoked of least take the trouble to get his facts have taken the lead over several oth- I A man from Michigan'.says that he
rather er brands..' There is no question but can raise finer celery in Florida than Ocala House Wino Rooms.
Fars a' day for about seven right, and spare himself the this medicine is the best that can be Kalamazoo, where this fine table
.Jam Creelmari. the 'welloaq. = invidious distinction of hanging'an produced, for.coughs and cold, whether -I .
> that is has become famous. He will
it be a child or an adult delicacy)
newspaper wnter. has been Impudent to a false statement.Courler -
et afflicted. It always cures and cures. f grow( celery at St. Petersburg. OCALA, FLORIDA.
to give up tobacco. | JuurnaL ,. quickly." Sold by alldruggists. m .



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J' ;--' -., ,His Mistake Frequently' Made by AH I For the Ocala Banner crops of .corn,_

': > ?' Business Men. :Many of our readers izers must be used
f The Extension to Key West Excites
less give much to know
iff: Widespread Attention. C. Apply at least 500
Emerson. general manager of sure way of ridding the

; *,.> .'' the' Tampa Herald, In speaking of his which infest certain. to the acre-with
;The Xew Orleans Picayune. In a recent Reserve

: Issue, contains. the following, : threatened at the Instigation a most source careful of annoyance r cent. nitrogen, 8 per

;; of Frank' A. Walpole the available
0 country has contributed many requests Here is a story that phosphoric

: k. great works of engineering to command Times. to make. a statement In regard land and points a moral 9 per cent. POTASH.

the admiration of the world. to his side of the case which is gladly tion;. Marie had just ;
-. I particularly In recent years. Many of is a most impor *
Into the kitchen by her -

,these feats are connected with thetra'ftie done.. who after a few ." in corn culture. OCALA MINING LUOUTDin. : ,:L :;:: >. ::

of the great railroad,:systems of "In regard to the opening of the withdrew; but she had for F. T. SCHRE1BER. .! :' : -
'k.. the letter referred to," said Mr. Emmerson"I : practical books .
country. Not the least of these when she heard Consulting and Analytical Chemist :Member :
;' engineering achievements the railroad : will admit that I did open it, just ; are for the of the Society. of Chemical Industry. Lot:- 1
: from that yours '
don Hug Member of the Ameaican Chem- -
as ,a thousand of other letters
that Is being built to Kew West have to find Marie standing ; cost or obliga- ical. Society. -
'Ci: Fla, to'connect that. remote, but Important been unintentionally opened. The: table with her skirts P.OX7O3. -
letter was received among others, i sort and a vast *_,
part the United States, with gathered around her any S

the mainland and open It' to direct ;and .I opened It from the back with ana mistress she declared, I invaluable informa' OCALA, FLA., OO u. 1:
ana rapia communication with an thE aluminum letter opener., It'began Messrs. Strauss & Co '
seen a mouse and ehisky
could ,
with the'words j them.
t balance of the .country, the-' lack .(,1Jwhich' ; 'Dear Bill, and not the house where they Merchants
knowing anybody, in the office by that Fla, -
facility baa
so aeerJons ,
name, I: referred to .the.envelope and runabout, at pleasure. If GERMAN KALI WORKS. '
obstacle to the development had only known about '' Nassau Street or accordance with your
:i which Its Importance as a port would found that it was addressed to C. !'. Oa.-%} So. Broad Street.

i appear to warrant Hawk, who is no longer with the paper enne pepper around t nstructions, I visited (your warehouse (,n
are likely to enter and
The railroad, extension I mentioned my mistake to Mr. I the lyth
have ti instant
holes and i
i with wads of Commissioner Fort. personally selected
: traverse Christian and to Mr. Eliot, who are
a 'distance of mfles
sixty of
: connected with the paper and both : thoroughly sprinkled from your stock a sample of 1
water dotted with Innumerable '
small t
she would not have had of the Ocala Banner: -
: islands and keys. The line will), therefore can testify, If,necessary, that I did not

,be practically a continuous tres open the letter Intentionally and did ant experience with ) and efficient service en- "Strauss' 1
S Royal Reserve"whisky
not read to for to re-election, then Mr.
tle of bridge. The bridging of wide! same use my benefit
I have talked to business A French way of richly deserves to be over-
expanses- of water is: no new thing, men side of glass decanters re-elected county com i the analysis of which I
1 the bridge today, and all tell -me that they have shows it to
across Salt Lake in
Utah I,
often been the victims of -the cruets will be found the from District No.I, and contain
being a case In same :
point but none of
kind of mistake." most effectual It is to be there is no doubt, for I
these long trestles can compare with of before they Alcohol (by weight) pprcent..3G.G RMJ ..
Contrary to expectations eggs are believe that any considerable ( $
-my Mr.
: that new building out from the mainland Alcohol
Emerson has not been arrested the eggs are removed and of democrats and tax payers (by volume), per cent . .43.61 '

: of Florida. to Key West In order has a warrant been applied for this nor into small bits, putting would cast a vote which Degree proof, per cent. . . . 87.10 .
: to withstand the Residue
heavy seas thatare morning. C. R. Hawk,. former 'editor bottle or cruet with a a condemnation of his on evaporation, p cent. . 0.6CO ,

: liable to beat against it, the of the paper by; request has resigned.It shaking well until the a member. of the board. lie Ash, per cent . . . . . 0.011 i-.

bridgework. will' have to be uncommonly Is said that some"interesting clear; then remove the of sound judgment which Reducing sugar, per cent. . . . 0.225
'I devel-
,strong a.nd to be free from the' ilnm..._.nt.... ...i11 ,."is. _- ..S _S StWy. __ with water; soapy water, unerring on all mat- Volatile acids, per cent . . .. 0.027
i battering of the in the '" "'U J"' "VIU vu UL "U reo Amvl alcohol. .. {fn pl11\ ... /S
waves hurricane ., 'na. 1>.0. 11\""
quest for Mr. Ilauk's resignation/ wards with clear, cold which: the board has had -- S-- U/' 1'''''' u" V.VI')
season the road bed of the -
Tampa Times. lie has frequently been in The above
results show
:. bridge will bu thirty feet above the the whisky to bea
Some of the most but never in the
ordinary level of -the sea. ONE OF THE JUDAS COINS. dainties are the result of wish. to call the. attention carefully blended brand> of high grade
There 13 n-> obstacle too great to '
imenta of college girls : payers of Ocala to the fact and that it has been disstilled
. by unlimited a clean
Said to be in Possession of a Lakeland dish concoctions; The the board, in If!+04, under The pure gram m $h.
resources in money and material. The S amount of fusel] oil] and of volatile acids is
the low.
Citizen. changes they love of equalization, added very .
Key West railroad will have to be
uncommonly -
Mr. M. E. .Amorettl has in his pos- old favorites. which in to the taxable value of a Respectfully,
staunch work if it is to ession a remarkable fudge. The first fill the F.. T. SCHREIBER 'j
.4 successfully withstand the stress that coin claimed to I of Ocala tax payers, Ig- S Chemist.
be one of the original thirty pieces of t fresh indrshmellows, then other portions of the coun-
: it will have to eudure, but the Flag-
silver for which Judas betrayed the hot fudge over them.A Fort was the only mem- --- --
ler interests
are behind the enterprise
Christ. It was purchased for large delicious desert is I board who did not
a turn a: FOUR
; and there Is no doubt at all of its \ FULL QUARTS 83.50 EXPRESS PREP4ID.
1k -successful sum by Its present owner in Jerusalem whipped cream, to which all appeals for justice and .
completion and in fact It
is already partially built. some pears ago. That Its genuineness ded enough good maple ) and I appeal to you to

.& _., ., -- is fairly well established Is or it fc) the taste. Pack this on the day of election

_.1 s chorten nuwoaa the to distance Key'West will greaU)r is t evidenced by the fact that museumsand and let it stand a (' .-. !"iv.-"-.- .ST...... .T.\..,... .<>.. ."."IUU.,11.1
to Havana, as
? there wil be left only ninety miles of numismatics have offered large before serving. -

sea journey sums for the coin, oue offer for S5, OO( Many housekeepers are \v.v.. CLYATT. STRAUSS cO.1
across straits
: Florida &
': Aside from Its Importance to the Cu.j having been rejected by :Mr. Amo- know how to use up cold

rettl. An inscription on the coin make: an appetizing dish. a Floridian. I
ban trade, Key West
4 will also become? shows that 'U was made in the of cold meat can be Sauvsy, of Hawkinsvile, I Sole -
t an Important port of call for shipping year Owners and Distributors.
; 33; B. C. The head of one> of the d eaux cutlets, and the Macon Telegraph as I j
going to Panama canal ,
or coming into I ,
Caesars adorns one side of the coin mince the meat, and sea
the Gulf of Mexico. The place has OCALA
-ti' an while on the reverse side Is the figure: with salt, pepper and a writers good fortune to FLORIDA, a"I
-excellent 'harbor' and
would %
z enjoy a of an old Roman with a bird parched chester Sauce," add about at.the Louisville!! U. C.
considerable trade but forthe lack of
-I1 on his hand. The coin is about the the quantity of mashed six years ago with Colonel
railroad comunication with the Inter-
ior. size of a 25-cent peice only much with enough white of egg now of Inverness:, Fla.,

thicker. If exhibited by anyone else ; mixture of such ('(J ,;:lstens' the late 'unpleasantness.'an McMillan 1

HAWK SUES THE HERALD. tfian Mr. Amoretti we would have: easily: formed into small ; Col. Zimmerman told Bros.

grave doubts of the genuineness of a small piece of macaroni standing close enough to
Ki ; the piece of imitate the bone f:. Bee to hear him
; Five Thousand Dollars money; but he is a L dip in Southern
Alleged ,to be Copper Works
4 Due Him. shrewd observing man. owner of a then lu bread crumbs and o'i: Jackson forever famous

___i .. chain of banks and about the last brown in .beef fat and the flagging spirits of his Manufacturers of Turpentine Stills"!

'C. R Hawk. formerly editor of the person we would undertake to impose: around: a mound of with "Look; there stands -

-4 Tampa Herald, on yesterday had his upon e has documents and other: and border the dish with a stone wall!" Perhaps and General Metal Workers.

attorneys..Davis & Hampton- file papers : evidences attesting the history of this i The latest addition to is the only living ;'1

with clerk C.M. Knott,in a suit remarkable piece of m.ney.-L'lkeland i wich family is a sweet Incident that i.-? now. ,

,? against the Herald for '$5000. the suit News. a filling made of figs, dates English speaking :,;]

J. ,- in equal proportions, ." Old Stills taken in
coming as an, outgrowth of numerous exchange for new ones. Patching ,1
'complications! and entanglements The State Medical Association. fine and moistened with through the country a specialty. Orders
by mail or ,
: wire
will t
which have recently arisen between I MARTHA and JUAOKA } receive prompt attention at either of the 'I

I Mr. Hawk and the paper over which I The following are the officers of Holland follcwing worksFAYETTENLLE S Jl
Buys American
1 he the Florida State Medical
formerly presided.: Association, lf 1

-- : A large portion of the amount Is alleged in which Gainesville wtrre elected at the meeting Special" the Ocala Banner.New N. C..JACKSONVILLE SAVANNAH GA :.

to be Mr. Hawk's : York ,, ,
salary harbor ,
as April :? .-It '
is .
PJ'esid.nt-Dr. FLA "
master. which by alleged special: John D. McDiarmid, i from the reports of the : ..... MOBILE, ALA .
: of DeLand. .
agreement was applied to the partment .
debts of just issued that in _._ _
\ the Herald, this being 'a convenient: First Vl"e-PreIlIJent-Dr. J. Lawrence 1 market of Holland : n _' ,_ ,_ ,_

method by which of Tampa. hold .
a state "plum" was an important position. *

- # 'used to advantage of a private enter pecond Vice-President-Dr. S. R. or Indion ('(11'(1 Holland (' dr-S JIffUiWe

_-,t;' prise.J -Tampa Tribune.: Mallory Secretary Kennedy and ,Tl'easurE'r-Dr.of Pensacola.!' J. D. districts genttnia, and South(the America.United I RB. ;: I IJ \ Never DisapPoint Our Patients1

Fernandez, of
The Great Jacksonville.
Edison Enjoyed His Florida LibrarIn-Tr. exports from the United of foffitis Caskets u_ ...-WI--Fulfill-- -Every Pror fu. and.. .IInlP... .... .Nnrd..... nlll rr... u.... ,
J. D. Lm'.f'_ .
uuung. .. special Strtotl v.fill '
-- vo expected Muring this year, given ti[) Hlf GilliE!:, WUliou' the ladle or bougie and Viuiooocld IIVji'Vritaoai
& pain
- so vil1e. 01' det-.a.tlon
Prof. Thos. \. EdIson and family already been contracted for CUred DOyor to retva.JthoG... from business, COlltaglo Blood PoI **
left for their home On Thursday evening .the : to mercury or mla.raltttare; Lost ef MaulVlfforPositively /
in Hospital 1 Order
South Orange,, sterdam and once again this cored; no stimulant bat p.rn>&n Bt.
L' N. J.. last Sunday. The wizard has; Association of Gainesville tendered a will stand far in' the lead .>f lair The of Dr.the King tute Medical of GeorgIa Co! U Tor loatltaUon till treatm orgaaUed' nndar twI
and creofaI
-' enjoyed his starof two months in I reception to the Association. at the porting land In I 01 I I tb nefToUJu4CIuOa1edtuaseL! Institution.U the Dr. X. E. K rig. the founder of
Odd I chief consulting !Jt, iwU**a
Fellow's spec.a Ulcg
: Home. Burnett DT>
Jlyers eminent p6Tsici
more than ever before ruling high priceof wheat I OoriaecMi ulbllureoll .
la the treatment
In the or coroiUc
dIeUU *
for the rest and recreation! than he has i receiving line \yere the ful- ic a, export uf this country 4 led; .1 DM bath medical and electrical! ageccfea. ,uinrpt
done, in other lowing ladles: Mrs.- X. D. ; Our offices are qulpp.d with ai: the ralvanic, raradle teK*'
Phillips limited Ice
seasons. The family thus far, holders in : : %-rar,rloiet rar.acd Flnsearar.-la OTWT electrlerf!
have had a round of excursions, fish- Ida Burkheim Mrs. J. M. Dell, States preferring! to deliver flflveksowOthemedJia1prefsjon.la O.r.ssftartumt'
every reijwct and
Ing trips and entertainments; not only: )[rs. I. E. Webster, jr., Mrs. J. K. home consumers, so long as lad tralnad Uceiued aod phTildau efflolent attendant being in we,regularly employ oaaJiflad DOD I bat cradaatel toa MSI

thoroughly enjoying their stay here, McKinstrey, jr.. Mrs. Jackson Mrs dition exists, but recently the ; I w. employ DO atalenlicj meau eharga.to aeelUt patleoU ao4
but W ,L. Hill. :Mrs. DaCo8t p roBiHe-noC.0. D.'ior unasked for IIlerakire! &It't ntoiit
affording a most pleasant time for :Mrs. Chap- political outlook has created I bjthli Inwutlon. Our term for treatiM it frcai

-i others including the party of schoolmates in, Mrs. :McCreary Mrs. Bodiford, Mrs: basis of prices in Holalnd, I.ft knee to IIOJX of &per cure month within,(medicines a specified Inolodadj tine. aod ayewe we give tb*aar--

of. their daughter, Miss Made Johnson and Mrs. :McCullum. exports parity has 'been I ltY BEST frrRENa 19. CHRONIC DISEASES t$u Ss8fuflytr&t idperb

line. The fKdisons The reception in and \1 1 WU.4RNlEJ)8l) : ncb II Kidney and Bladde,cur. su ChroftZO dJ.ei4
have taken: nigre; every respect wasa several: transactions in .\ : %h. Rnptu.re U,4rooeJI, croub1eI, Ebeunisuoau
i Drala. Lses
: lively interest in the brilliant one. duce I WfflLCUW DI101l. Tilmon and ete. an4&1J J>t1'II
social life of our :mostly in low grades" r maUg-nan trou lu. daUrrb of Ut
town,. and It has been a pleasure tohae Xext year the :\[eJiealsSQciation place, :' CHIt N.:' K. KlNCX M. Ot Chromo-rOac DIseases Held gn of CoMtutriM u DUpaCfJBtSH,
will meet at Cutting a Specialty PHvaictAK Donatural Piacnargea and ancb
the famous Inventor Tampa. In Bi\Ooda weakussses of women.
and his consequences of the Fits Write. y MnrdlBKyourconaitlon tf ion ar. rick w affltct a. ,
Guaranteed. lend IOU*M Ut.traturl, wgnest w
: lnclBiiniiynipt .
family with us.-Fort :Myers' Press. in Rusjan oats and of the OXgCtTATIOW. XXAHINATIOX for home treaanent.:

For Supreme Court Justices. failure of the Danube M. KING; AND ADVICCJFBEC: -
crop. ., CO., KKI&: & Atlanta 6a.
A Big Land Deal. business has already been i -- -. .- ,
---- ------Js
--"- received from every coun American No. 2, clipped \\ !

111': Gi'o. W. Saxton on yesterdaylosed I ty'in the state indicate that there i S principally in transhipment ,

/ negotiations for the purchase! absolutely no organized opposition to: many. Theextent of the : -k I;

___ : of about OO.oOO acres of Florida tim. Justices James B. Whitfield and :European trade in rye is T. S. A.

.ber lands. Charles, B. ParkhiU who are candidate The high prices for all (] au AnA1T& Co.
to succeed
ThsPUrchase themselves j
contains some of the as members obtainable in Amsterdam
1 finest timber of the supreme Real
in Taylor county, and court. low transactions in American any Estate 1

r ,best. in the state Their duty and the (1ignitof, their \\' st@rn. The general \::: I I .

: Mr. Saxton will at once put up this office prohibit them from making a i to facilitate Imports of OR -4 The Pingucle, of Human SkilL

1F property on the market in lots fo suit personal canvas therefore they only: principally! because of the .

-if4'! pUN.'haserTallahas, Cauitol, work in advocacy o? their claims haeen S of Russian and Danube rje. : thinking of coming Has been reached In our carrIage

b done by earnest and sincersfriendsthroughout ters in the United States for a home buggies
Miss Thfro Wallis and harness. The only waj
Wins the Money. the state. really profitable! market in that
; These gentlemen have been energ t- OR : they can ever be better Is to raise! the
Miss Theo
Wallis. ,
the little
daugh is, .
falthfuj and efficient The For
supreme a
i ter of Dinestion. pinnacle-elevate
: ilr. standardandeven
and :Mrs. T, H Wallis the
Fri- to
court as at inyest in
_t ,day afternoon opened' present constituted is Xo medicine I any ;,, '
the money box closer up with Its work than ever in can replace Florida property, ; then our vehicles will t>e found
at Chamberlain's
_, Helvenston & Pasteur's. Stomach
The and
con the ;; d
history of that tribunal ,
___J:' est test has created a: good deal of Inter B. Whitfield and Charles ,B.and Parkhill James food.Tablets It wll is not help the;you quantity to SEE j at the top.: They are not so high In
HUe 3 lss Theo Is fortunate little girl. The box'contain the system.' but the amount
- friend; .of these two nd
ed In the Floridianw assimilated. If troubled of most vehicle
quote -
neighborhood users. us
of C
twenty. ask the democratic electors of the eak digestion do not fail "" ".. "
: .. five dollars, although these -Tablets
she would a triaL
not state to J
glvejthem hearty you figures.
support and have been &
r-tell us the exact amount make their vote unanimous. They only benefitted cost a quarter.by SONS

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5 \.S.'"' I 'hereby submit my name to the i LETTERS pATENT. .
'fF" democratic voters of The Democratic Executive'..Commit
reroltfne bru- 1larlon.county -
stfit County Judge's Notice to Executors
I?Star 1 e,''.;or,t.tno, .For" DUtriet Attorney iTo the' primary .election t9 fee. hi!*! May tee of Marion County Florida hereby Notice Is hergby given that we".the Administrators. Guardians ,- -

.:" ...... the treatment of convictsv 15, as a candidate fo member 6f the call ana provide for the Jroldtng f BBdirgignfd, .will apply to the Gover Ete
,Witt.. to the. Democratic .Voters'of' the. Fifth legislature from this ,county. If elect Democratic Primary Elections, to be nor of the State of Florida four weeks The attention of all Executors Administrators L .
E: '. tne eamp* in .which these Judicial Circuit. ed '.1 promise. to, earnestly 'and con"scientiously held in .compliance with the laws of after the publication of this notice for Guardians and all ,other- -
.. represent the best interests the State of Florida at each polling letters patent under the following pro
.:.';.-"-,nll''. are employed text # I hereby announce myself a candidate of.my constituents and on that place in Marlon County Florida. dur- posed charter. : matters persons relating exercising to estates authority under in and any .

; ., t1Yf'ne light. A. man,who es- for the. Office( ot Statea Attorney; platform ask the support of the Mar- ing the hours fixed by law for the T N/ SUMNER by virtue of the authority of this
convict for the Fifth' ion county democracy. at the coming. holding of elections, on -Tuesday the JNO W. ZUBER. i
% one of these camps Judicial Circuit, at the court is respectfully called to sec .
'ifr.m primary. 15th. day of May A. p. 1906, for the
democratic T., E. WILLIAMS. tions
primaries to be held May 187S to 1889 inclusive Revised -
.'1t' appeared in Tampa and tola 15th. '1906.; C. L. BITTL GEU. purpose of nominating all candidatesfor : J. GRIFFIN.. Statutes -of Florida relating to the .

.1'.;:: : brutality, backing, his state- ., ., EDWIN W. DAVIS. -''' office to.the state and county, who Copy. of Proposed Charter of' Sumner settlement of their accounts, final 'dIscharge -
< --.to. are to _take office prior to primary Lumber Company.We .
visible 'evtd nce, that' For County Commissioner 5th Dis. and removal of. for failure to
; 5tS UJ with For 'County Judge. triet .election of A. D. 1908. I' the undersigned, hereby associate make such return and reports as are -
credit to the annals To the Citizens : Provided that a second Primary, ourselves together for the purpose ,
ioI11d'laY done of Marion County: Thanking the democratic voters of required by law. and NOTICE is here -
when under the .,
necessary of becoming incorporated under
I announce that 1 am candidate by given to all concerned that all .
;. .';the. dT 'age& ; for Domination" reflection a to the this county-Jtor the.flattering.'vote giv- the law,.,shall be held, on Tuesday' the laws of the State of Florida applicable Executors, Administrators, Guardians, .
> %. was a negro he was a en me two'years ago fair the office of the 12th day of Juffe. A. D., 1906. to to corporations for profit.
office and others who
County .of Marion have failed or neglect .
.TiU.Saan; of Judge county commissioner;, for the 5th district choose between the highest candidates -
K criminal but he was a hui County subject to. the Democratic ARTICLE I. ed to make their returns to this court
and assured that
being con-
? wnvicted my where nominations sballnot have been Name.
( )
Primary, to be held May 15th, 1906. as required by law on or. before the
i :nlr"" and apab1e duct in office has given satisfaction. in made by majority vote in.first Primary The name of this shall
;1n possesses A3 I am engaged in the active ad- obedience ,to a very general request I first day of?June 1906 will be required -
pin antJh was entitled to itfiiast.&S ministration the duties' of the office election. be the SUMNER LUMBER COM. to make such settlement under pro-
ft t fggiing announce my candidacy for re-elec Each elector in Marion County; Florida PANT and its principal of busIness
place -
would be it will not be possible fo% me to makean cess of this court and will be. forthwith -
'much protection as qualified to vote in said Primary shall be In
active or extended campaign.I tlon.CRAS. Ocala Marion County removed from office.
"dumb brute solicit the support of the Democratic W. TURNER.For election, shall, have the right to vota Florida; but it may establish offices As these returns are often complicated
i .
of Florida has the aujfcerity Electors of Marian county and for: and agencies in any other place or requiring the examination of the
:' ftbe' state pledge to them .an, honest faithful Commissioner. One candidate for Representative. in plat'es'in or out. of. the State nf. Flor entire record and considerable time.

( to protect her convicts. When and upright administration of the dut- To Democratic' Voters of Marion Congress. ida. parties desiring to make such ..settle #

convicted he ia only leased ies of' the office if it be their desire County- .- Two candidates for Justice of Supreme ARTICLE II. ments are requested to advise me the -
'a isah'ii that .I shall again serve them. Being requested by many friends I Court for term of six years. (Business.) particular day on which they intend to
at to men and not sold to them., Theyire' Respectfully hereby announce 'myself as candidate Two candidates for Railroad Commis-. The general nature of the businessto make settlement in .order that I may

;. property of thestate of FlorUiuntil JOSEPH ELL. for county commissioner for district. sioners. be transacted is: arrange my engagements with others -
the No. 4, subjeet to democratic primaryof One candidate for State Attorney, 5th 1. To buy, lease.and sell timber and having business at the office so there -

'ich time as they shall have For District Attorney. May 15th. 1906. Judicial District. lands; will be no conflict. Respectfully, i.

t-J"led their sentence and as her prop-. To the Voters of the Fifth Circuit:-, E. O. CORDRET. One candidate for State Senator "Oth 2. To manufacture and sell lumber JOSEPH BELL.
I hereby announce my candidacy for -- District ,* County Judge of Marion Ci jnty; FJa -
f .; tr'th state of pro- the office of state attorney fur the fifth Commissioner One candidate for Member of State 3. To build and operate and own 3-.tf.

.ttthU1' frojn Inhuman "treatment atl.'iJ Judicial cir ait.of. Florida composed of County : Executive Committee. such mills as are necessary to prose-

: hands of some brute of, a man I the counties of Marion, Citrus Sum I hereby announce my candidacyas 4. Two candidates for :Members of Leg cute the above object; 1 NOTICE. :-
islature. 4. To construct .and operate tram- .
ter. Ilernando and take, subject to the commissioner
$I W'to.W: n8 ett'a worse charter' than democratic primary to be held May'la,. county from commis- One candidate for Tax Assessor; roads in connection with its business;

whOm he is abuinsa. and solicit the suppo. : of. the demo sioner's district No. 3'Ma.rion. county One candidate for Tax Collector., 5. To own operate and control all Notice of ,Application for Tax Deed, :
: .ht"prison ('raUc'oters.of this district. Florida subject to the democratic One candidate for Bounty Treasurer kinds of real and personal' property; Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, -
;. J.. ot the first .instance of bruL CARLOS L. SISTRUNK.For .. One candidate forCounty Judge. 6. To do generally any and all Laws of Florida.
primary of May 15th next.Respectfully One candidate for, of Notice is hereby given that C. J.
; ha. been made public. It l -- Supervisor. Registration. things reasonable, necessary and requisite I
'ttUty-tnat ; in carrying out the purposes of Hast, purchaser of Tax Certificate .
i netting .io..be a common complaint Tax Collector One candidate for County Commis- the corporation. No 22, dated the 2nd. day of Novem- 0 -

',.' ::aaV 'complaint which has hithertotreate4 To "the Marion County <' ocracy: S. R. PYLES. sioner from each of the five Com ARTICLE III. her, A. D. 1896. has filed said certificate '
:"i .Jieltevlns that 1 have filled! the position missioner's Districts. (Capital Stock.) I In my office. and has made application -

I' too lightly. If every of tax collector for state and Fcc County 'Commissioner: One 'candidate for Member of Public The amount of the' capital stock of for tax deed to issue in accordance .

\; D..hO .unmercifully whips a con- county during my.occupancy ;of the office To the democratic voters of Marion One candidate for -Member of the this corporatiQn shall be THIRTY- I with law Said certificate ::

'to furnish them acceptably to large majority of County-At the earnest solicitation of Board of Public Instruction from 'SEVEN THOUSAND'DOLLARS ($37.. embraces the following described prpperty -
:. -Who. neglects the tax payers of the county. I .announce a number my friends I hereby an- each of the three School Districts. 000.00), divided into 370 shares of the : situated in Marion county, Fl u -

titS sufficient food. or who gives them myself a candidate: for reelection nounce candidacy for the positionof One candidate for Justice of the Peace : par value of ONE HUNDRED DOL- i to-wit: Northeast quarter of Northwest -

.' tasks was arraigned before subject to the action of the commissioner from the second district for the District In which' such elect : LARS J100.00). each all of which r quarter section 25 township.ll. :
possible cu'uaty democracy in the primaries of of Marion 'county subject to" the or resides : said authorized capital stock shall be ranVe :2.4. Containing 40 acres. I
;: :the courts and given a dose of May If. next. From no Auntil action of the democratic primary election One candidate for Constable, for". Dis- payable in cash as'called. fbr by the. The eaid land being assessed at the : '

\ medicine 'this dtegriu-e to our' the priaiary comes off will be my to'be held May iath. trict in which such elector resides. ',Board of. Directors. date of the issuance of such certificate .
t",'.Maown busiest season ia tie o1f ',: .te ,might be stopped. So that it will be, impossible for me Fla name printed on the ballots for said (Term.) said certificate shall be redeemed .ac- -

Judge Gordon stated to. a Courier to ..1eglect my'duty to the public lu Primary for state office must comply The term for which this corporationshall cording to law tax deed will issue
t --* order to make a personal canvass of For with the rules adopted by the State exist is' thereon the 20th of A. D .
t unless tlie commlsgioners'could Representative: : ninety-nine years, (99) on day May, -
-'Da.necenUY that the county. It would bea pleasure To the democratic voters' of Marion Committee on or before April 16. A. IX. ARTICLE. V. 1906. '-

I. give him positive assur- for me to meet the people ar tint various county-I will meet candidates at I 1906, and each person desiring his t (Officers). Witness my official signature and -

: that prisoners from Hillsboro meetings .that in all probabilitywill. McIntosh Thursday 26th, and enter name printed 'on the ballot must comply S The business of this corporation seal this the 18th day of April. A. D.,
'aace .,be arranged by the county democratic the race for the legislature. I have. with the rules of the said Committee shall be conducted by a President a 1906. -
t i-would be treated more mercifully in executive committee to take' been encouraged to do so by the kind on or before April 26, 1906. Vice-president a Secretary and Treas- .seal) S. T. SISTRUNK. '

*:the future there would be none sent pac over the county within the, next expressions of my good friends' In various The Democratic Executive Committee urer, and a Board ef Directors con- Clerk Circuit Court, ,Marion County. -
two months, but 1 tnink that all good parts of the"county. I will prom- of Marion County will meet at sisting of not less than three (3) per- Florida. 4Notice \ -
;;-:. prom his court-Plant City CourT citizens who know 'me will. understandthat court house at Qcala. 10:30 o'clocka. -
.:. '. ise the people' an Interesting time. I at sons nor more than five (5). to be -
...';,Jer. it is duty before pleasure 'with | shall conceal nothing that a candidate m., on Saturday; the 19th day of elected at the annual meeting of the of Application to Sell Real Estate .- -
.'.,' me. I submit my candidacy upon my should tell and if sent td Tallahassee May, A. D.. 1906. for the purpose of stockholders to be held on the fourth of Minor. : -
Annual Meeting of the official record an dif elected 'for another I[ will do all in my power to preventthe canvassing the returns of the Primary Tuesday in December 1906. and annually '
'".---_, "Nineteenth( term of.office, I. will .do my dutyas enactment of laws that will tendto election so held on the 15th 'day of thereafter on the fourth Tufes- Notice is hereby, given that the undersigned .'
I have in the past. increase taxes. Respectfully.- May, A. D., 190S. and -provided the day of JDecember in each year: PROVIDED guardian of the estate of -

f,> Florida' State. Horticultural Society Very I'esl tfuny. GEO. d.?IATHEWS. primary is held on the 12th day of that the offices of Presidentand da[ Morgan. minor child and heir' or .

i"\:' .0n' Tuesday evening. May 1st thet.p1d _E.. L. CA[ -gy. June. A. I).. 1906. then the said Committee Treasurer maybe held by one and D. L.. Morgan. deceased will, on -
For Senator Twentieth District: will meet at 10:30 o'clock on the same stockholder, .or the offices'of Friday, the 18th day of May .1906, '

State Horticultural Societyg"will For Tax CollectorI :- .. I. To the democratic voters of Marion Saturday, the 16th day of June, for Secretary and Treasurer may be held apply to the Hon. Joseph Bell, countyjudge

commence its nineteenth annual hereby announce raj1 candidacy and Fumter counties take this as purpose of canvassing returns of such by one and the same stockholder.The for Marion county, Florida at
tar the office of tax collector of Marion ,,one of the methods of announcing thatI l'rjmar)? election following named officers shall Ocala. for leave to sell the 1-3 undivided -
r: session and continue through Wednesf county, Florida. sjubject tu the am a candidate for /he senate from Made this 12th day of April. A. D., conduct the business .of this corpora- interest of said minor in the follow1- .

f.daj1. Thursday.: This -meetingl democratic primary to be held Mayq this district and shall meet the people 1906. John ). Graham. tion until those elected at the first annual Ing land in Marion county. Florida

.:'promises to be one voters o! tins ,county.' executive. committee and discuss the Committee of Marion' County. Fa. treasurur. T N. Sumner; Vice- 3. and north bajf pf north half of lot 3,
-.i. : as some very prominent speakersjWl.be'present J. \V. L'ISHOP. issues that I think will be of para- W.. K Zewadski.. Jr.. eec.Jleloi President, John W. JJuber; Secretary.T. and lot 4. all in section 24. township :

| Dr, A.F.-Woods, Asslstant. -- mount importance at the session of E. Williams; Hoard of Directors L3, range 25 and also northeast quarter -

For County Treasurer- the' next legislature, and if you holdto is a list nt the Inspectors and T. N. Sumner. J-fhn W. Xuber, 1'. E. : of southwest quarter of northwest -
%*J'- Chief of Department. of Plant With the 'assurance of my hearty the same opinions that' I do and clerks for Primary Election to be heldas Williams and J, N. Griffin. quarter and west half of southwest :

f,I. Industry, Wasaington. D. t.:.,wUl speak appreciation for past support I res- think hut' I am' the proper person to per above call: ARTICLE. quarter .of northwest quarter and east -

| : \Vedriesday 'evening: Prof. 12, A. Kesjej" pectfully submit my candidacy for' the represent you in the state senate, I District' No. 1. I>xx 1-*-H. A. Canton F. (Indebtedness). half of northwest quarter except 10
ireasuryshlp of 'Marion county subject ask your' : support" in the coming primary W. DittfJn. .inspectors; 1>. A. Miller, The highest amount of Indebtedness chains 'north and south by 5 chain '
of the Florida. Sub-Tropicah- of course to the coming democratic .1 E. C. McLEOD. del k. -. to which this corporation shall at anytime east and west in southwest corner

am primary. : J. subject Itself is thirty-seven and 1360 feet north and south
o'ra.tfl'fj-a't'M ; Prof. P- JL Rolfs, District tlI, B xJ; --- A. Pittinan except -
' o 'I lC/S. Ii PASTLIJJt. For County Commissioner: Johii Pasteur.- inspectors; Henry thousand. dollars. by 660 feet east and west in the southeast -

a. dlrectpt of the Morida Experiment' _. Under the solicitation of a numberof sis-trunk clerk. ARTICLE VII.Subs'cribers ..corner section 36, township 13. -
) S -
1 r : station and other' prominent people. For Tax Assessor I. District Xo. 2.-W. S. Steivnjah. J. C. ( ). range.' 2:, :
' : Thanking my friends -for past favors. my friends I have agreed to announce 'L' lree. inspectors: J. \I. Robinson. The names and places of residence'of LOYD W. MORGAN. '
fiiVwlll'rtadpapers at different. !sessions .'' I respectfully ann.*' ce myselfa wyself a candidate for county clerk. the subscribers together with the -.Guardian.Pk. .

/fcsl 4e which the regular program candidate for. renoiriuiation in the rommisf'idner from the second district. No. 3-J. M.. Mathews. E. P. Vaughn amount of capital. HOCK subscribed' 15. Uullt -

and reports, vf the standing commit- next primary. Inspectors; J: K. -Mixson. clerk. each.is. : Attorney for Guardian. 4-:0. .
J :. ALFllliD A rEI:- Mururf ewimij. subject to the. democratic No. 4-J. L. [i. Hudgens C. Ii. Veal.. Name. Residence, Shares.T. --,-- --- .-- \ -- -- _.
..t'eea will be'l a.d-'Anotber, interesting -? ,. primary. J. H. BRASS. inspectors; D.I.. Uarco clerk. N. Sumner Moultrie, Ga..lOS Notice for Application Sell Real
.tealure fias'Wn ad Jed which Is called No. 5-J. I* Jiutchi.s. C. L. Dean inspectors John W. ZuberUanta'Ga. . .170 _
For Representative t l-ll: Ga1t r, Fla. : J. J. Turner, clerk. T, Williams, Moultrie. Ga., .'. ,46J. Estate of Minors. -
"_l the:; '.QUfS IOn Box," which makes It To the Democratic Voters of Mark No. 6--F. D. Sparkman, W. L.' Jonlon, N. Griffin, Valdosta, fia, . .46

,( oiibIe for anyone to ask questions County:- f For County Commissioner- 1st, District inspectors; T. Akins, clerk. State 'of Florida. Notice Is hereby given that the undersIgned
consideration and at the guardian .of tutrix of the
After iue County of arion. ,
No. -
7 J.1. Geo.
? Coin Buhl inspectors -
'J ttf'especiaj" .Interest. to them and an't' request .of numerous friends I here- : J. II. Counts clerk. Before me the undersigned author- persons and /-states of Curtis Morgan.

..,, '1 fforttU, be, :mad.o to answer. same at by announce myself a candidate fQr{ Yielding to the 'request of my No. 8;-.\. I). Mitchell. 1. 0. lillups, ity personally appeared T. :X. Sumner .Carl Morgan and Ida .Morgan infant, ., -
representative to the legislature from and John W. Zulner .to .me well knownto heirs at-law and children )f John
inspectors: ..1.V... Davis clerk.
? that, .session. -to the democratic friends presented "to 'me In the shape Morgan, deceased will on '
Marion subject
county be the individuals described in and -
No. S W. }':. McGahagln, C. J. Smith,
?,: ,Thef'JackSonVille- Board of Trade .primary to bt hold on May 1;. of, a 'numerously signed 'petition, I inI'(( Orrt; J. K. Driggtrs.cJerli.I who signed the foregoing proposed' '..Friday, the 18th day of May, 1906. ,, -
190,. T. II BIGGS. Inspectors charter of the SUMNER LUMBER apply to the Hon. Joseph Bell county -
> w the Ladies' Friday Musjcale will hereby announce candidacy tor a No. 10A. W.. Fort. J. P. Holly. .
for Marion Florida at
--- ; J. C. Pillsms. clerk.' COMPANY %hr ,, severally ack- Judge county.
K\: ,furotsh, entertainment for the memk'bers. For Members of the Scf'oo( Board member M the board of county l'01 No. n--lr. I. urisoo, R. D. ..McDonaKl. nowledged to me thai they! Ocala, for leave and authority to sell .

I respectfully ana&unce.ray candidacy missioners subject to the' endorsement inspectors; Ii. 14. Hickman. c>rlc: 5gnedthe .same for the uses the undivided third interest of said
for le-election as a membe.r'It No. l-W. P. Williamson. Nat. Fry. and purposes therein set forth minors in following land in Marion
-.Tlie<. railroad* throughout the state the school board/ fromthe IJlitelUon .*if tie. democrats of thic countyat inspectors; Calvin I/mf clerk. and expressed. I: further certify that county, Florida. to-wit: East half of : -

: ? i&veniaste a rate'of one fare plus district. 15. IU' HUTC'EL-. the primary election to 'be held un NO. l:,-J.- It. Thomas.. W. P. Priest I[ am a duly commissioned notary public lot 3. west half of lot 3, north half -
-- in and for the State and' County of north half of lot 3, lot 4, In section '
: Inspectors McQuaig clerk.
: :, ?or the round trip. Senator May 1;. If,olf-cted I snail try to ULschargf ; Henry
To the Democracyofthe 20tjj No. 14 Frank Jordan T. E. Matchett. above named, and that my commission 24. 'also northeast quarter of southwest -. -
-:;;; "vtt 'J9U '*r- not already a member. ial flip. dutie of this 'office, with inspectors; J. N. Brinson.; clerk. does not expire until the 16th day quarter of northwest quarter: -
'" \'Ii'*ffli\l tQ E. O. Painter, secretary, hereby announce my candidacy the foi ah eye single l from
fiie- otfjce of- state senator rn r>'ctlrs; C. .\. McRaney. clerk. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I 'have northwest quarter and east half of
4J4 f ksOnvIjl., Fla.. and .get your (*r- rOth Senatorial district to be voted for the county. No. 16 G. W. Ellis S. Rameyj inspectors hereunto set my hand and official seal northwest quarter except 10' chains

} -llflC&tefmembershIp which -will en- at the coming primary of May 15, W. J. ,CHAMBKHS.For : K. C. Douglass, 'fclerk. this the 23.rd day of March, A. D.. 1906. north and south by t> chains east and -
; .
," .; 4. 1S06. 1 heartily endorse the resolution No. l;--n. II. Leitner. W. IL, Hamilton [seat T. T. l\IU ROF. west in the southwest corner and ex-
St' < t. )vu to .the rt-duoe rattt &. passed by the executive ctnnmit-.l Public. > and south 660 -
Ft. 4 inspectors; W- C. Crecett clerk. Notary e pt 1360 feet north by -
I. ; fee .Marion county of MarchiTt Representative: No. 18,-i"'. M. Townen .hihn linoblock. State -of Georgia.County | feet east and 'West in the southeast
,.'!':'..': Williamson's, i Sore. Spot. 1906. asking that Marion county bo I am a. 'candidate i to!. representativeand inspectors; IV 1.. llllingley. of Colquitt. I Corner section 36. all In township 13,. .
.1j' dis- '
; '" .. made an Individual benatoriul I want the job. I will abideb) clerk. Before, mp. the undersigned authority south range '25. east. -

'< si If seems, to )be modern friemlBand trict. and I promise' nominated and the Tules of the coming primaries and No. 19-Alexl Wynne Henry Morrison. per.sona.lly came T. E. Williams, tome tTHn -MORGAN. .
' ; : elected to use my best efforts to curry invmise, if nominated, not to amaze i InspectorsVithiarn L. Smith lcrk.No. well known to be one of the individuals -! J Guardian or tutrix. .

i-r!? politic*, too to'trade off all into effect the wishes expressed in the world at my' statesmanship; nor .,':{' <5. \\". Stevens. S. J. McCully. "described in and who signedthe I r... H. Uulloek. "- -

' .W:.r.0 tlin$ friends for prosepctive that resolution and also to serye the'best be the biggest fool in Tallahassee, and inspectors: T. :M. Phillifls clerk. foregoing proposed charter for the Attorney .for Guardian., 4.20. -.

Interests of th9 people.- I.' coming 1loaded; irtd. candidates, pos No. ;'l-J. F. IHirrett J. ,L. Whisenaht.Inspectors SUAINKR LUMBER COMPANY, and I -- --r" -_. -- -
' .;-';' /ni' 7 ng the ranks of your enewL"But .Very respectfully. itivelyW\ infringements on my 'campaign ; T. Slaughter.., clerk. he acknowledged to me that he signed NOTICE' : .- .

'!:, dn| w.e still confess to beingqf J. G. BASKIN thunder. Patent applied for. 'No. 22.-TulleyHickson.. D. II. Irvine, the same for! the uses and purposes I _
: _-. I LS.. LIGHT. inspectors; John Walkup clerk. t therein set forth and expressed. I I ..
.:':..,. ,' (ld. jtimeyas.. to objet-t intraded. For Representative No, 25-II. J. Perry. S. G. LovelU inspectors further certify that I am duly commissioned -' The undersigned intends to applyato'HOD.

.b'"'i ,In. Y". To the lJ m'ocrat1c'ot r. .of Marion For 'Tax 'Assessor- ; R. L., Clayburn. clerk. I notary uublic in and for the Joseph Bell, county judge'of ,

;:". *_t'* the complaint the governor's County:! To the Democratic Voters of Marion No. 24-".. T. Waters. Harry .Mixson. state and county aforesaid and that Marion county, at his office in Ocala.* ,' -
: The many kind expressions -couung inspectors; George Hussel. clerk. commission does not expire untUth' on the 30th day of April. A. D.. 1906. f
:-\ol f.'frl nds' .down. this way make to me both through the "press and county-the solicitation of. of No. 25.T.- E. Pritchett. S. II..Cauthen, ( 1st :day of October A. D. 1909. for leave to sell all the right, title and
interviews endorsing my: At some my "clerk. In witness whereof I have hereuntoset interest ofPatti L. Leonard, Florence -
t !t31fltb1m. personal I: myself that inspectors: J. N. Marshall
., r record in the legislature *f 1905 and friends. believing county No. 2rt-W. D. Eminisor, J. T. Hooker. my hand and official seal this the :. Leonard, George V. Leonard. .
( : .. services in offices should be changed occasionally, 26th March, A. D. 1906. Louis II. Leonard -
'. with assurances 'that jny Inspectors; J. W. Luffm n. clerk. day 9f Stella E. Leonard.
:.' : .1"Ije twi> {plendld gentleiue'n run- the' past were acceptable to a ,large' I hereby: announce for myself Marion a candidatefor Nu 27 Irvine W't l1hont r. P. U. Milli- [seal! EDWIN I* BRYAN. and Lucy D. Leonard minor children -

.: ::ft y the:> senate front Leon county majority the.:voters of Marion.county. subject Tax to Assessor the democratic primary county to, gan. inspectors; ,G. B. Parramore, j Notary. Public. of George W. Leonard deceased late -
. befor tb people- State of Georgia. of St Johns coUnty Florida in the -
I 'again come
,.: .., their.campaign on the drainage for the leg be held May the 15, 1906. I therefore County of Lowndes. lands siiuated in )Marion .
the county as a candidate- .. 28-ffene ,Fr'uct. C. E. .Lucius, inspectors I following; .
solicit the the democraticvoters '
tc&t: 1.ut. aei a single passage -at islature. of.Iarion support' : B. I'. Fry, clerk. 'Before me the undersigned authority county, !Florida to-wit: : .

; fna1toeti It to by default -elected I shall in the future as in Resp ctfuU county.- No. 2J -'\; 1'Xix, B. C. Webb Inspectors : personally came J: X. Griffin to Lots, 1, 2. :. 4, l:. 13 15 16 .17.' 18.
I' go : the past devote my best efforts to advance ).' ; Clarence Priest. r.lerli. > >. me well known to be one of the individuals 1?, 3i, and 26 the east half of lot 41
,:l /? 'liaf the drainage of the ever- and the interest and welfare.of F. B. TURNER. No. 2fl- J. MJ T. Carter F. ..In teh." described in and who signed and two'and 27-100 acres in the south- .

s-- ; slaf! to Io with politics in Leon. the people The Unkindest Cut 'of. Art. inspectors; H. L. Seekinger. clerk. the foregoing proposed charter for east corner of lot 14. according to th*
"%Of.Yi il Many important events will face the No. :31-r-J. A. Jones, Jr, D. B. Payne. the Sumner Lumber Company, and he plat recorded in the Public Record ..
t concerns Leon county pPf )- ; next legislature of Flprlda and will inspectors; W. A. "Yonsue, lerk: acknowledged to me that he signedthe at Marion county. Florid, entitled.

,) ; l(, : not.. t'ar, .till we .shoul.l like my past experience I feel better qualified Florida Joduy has a. a governor a No.. 32-W. 1-!. Drelier. S." P. Geiger inspectors -. same fir the uses and purposes rap of a portion of. Fernandez grant -

to materially aid in good legislation -, into who Was t-eleeted by .tr. Thomas ; D,. R. Zetrouer.. clerk", herein set forth and expressed. and lots 1 and 2 section 21 and io'i 3 !
7.14 !9Y eei the arguments for ,and which. shall be my sole consideration t further ct"rtiththat I am a duly commissioned section 28. township 13 south range

S2:; &bb1ttthIII scheme. by these. two dls- ., I.aO11 as lIn.- of. the livfr most NOTICE. SIn notary public in and for the 31 east H. :Campbell, Engineer." -

. :. 'tmutsnPd'' -Very respectfully.ED. honest public men In.ht" United t state and county aforesaid and that March :0, 106.KMMA.
'{ -'. sUdiatqrs.Lr L. \YAR1' Bz.X. my commission noes not expire, until J. Lo :. .
: the Circuit ourt of the Fifth Judicial -
,.. n' States, to whom he fntnistrd the hundreds Circuit of Florida in 'and for the SOth day of May, A. D. 1907. S-.lt-5t. Guardian. ,

x 'WTallahassee\ l.'apital referring to Commissioner of thousands of insurance proxies Clarion County-In Chancery. In witness whereof. I have hereuntoset .
.ftA For County hand and official seat this the I
1 :: itft I. Broward. rails him "His Kx- Voters of Marioncovnty hands my ADMINIST ATRIX'S.NOTICE OFJFINA .
To the Democratic : plared in his by the defrauded 2>th day of March, A. D, 1906. .
W -C. W.
"eeltenc City of Ocala. Complainant vs. DISCHARGED
:', k'. Y. "Thl title has no place in a :- polio holders.-Chris. O. Cod [t"a1) W. F. STATEN, : "
Through the solicitation ,of numerous Morse, Jr, Defendant. Order fur
U U (-:: Notary Public.
. It is title that feeloi gif '
a myselfas Constructive Service.
friends I hereby announce rinton In DeLand Weekly Stows. In County Judge's Court, Marion Coutlrida.

.,'ol' ]Y', '-to' the nobility of monarchial. a candidate for county commissioner -------- -. NOTICE. Is Re Estate of J. &. Fdwardri.
fl the second commissioners district Its is ordered that the defendant: Deceased. -
1 .a\t7eruments._. When asked fn the for- for. to the action Our low quarter White- Iou>* shos herein named. to-Wit: C- w. Morse. Jrjp \
of the -county subject is HI R BmVEx TO ALL
I for Men and Women ran't be- beaten In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial VOITICK
L .>.lIIath- *;Period of the tort rnmt"nt how : of th' ensuing primary election. In CVala. The Fair. x and he is hereby required to appearto Circuit ot ."lorida-In and .1 WhQM it may concern that on the )

idtnt s'oould be addressed. Mr My record of iit'y'e residence asa --- the bill ,of complaint filed in this 1 for Marion County-In it Oar- /jIlNt,1. D.ig '>, :

;:rboas :. citizen of Maridn county the piat- The Record Is prepared to extend cause' on or before ; Chancery.' the uuderwjrned will apply I* the" Met. J.*O ,
; : > Jefferson said simply as: "Mr. form upon which i stand, and by Mondau the 4th Day of June, 1906.It Bell,judge .1 aid court. a* judge 01 lIrokte.r.Jr. .
Bessie I.Davenport Complaintant,vs.
d Bf* Governor Rroward's title : which my iellosr citizens are request! congratulations to the people of the I is further'ordi'red' that. a copy of William Davenport' Defendant. Order final discharge as Adainifctrstnx tf *e
.,I'Jt. ed by their ballots to pass upon my 30th senatorial district'upon the xwl* this order .be published once a. week R. estaieof J. F. Kdwirds deceased and lit the.
f.: tovernpr* and not "Hk". Kxcelrj -' for four consecutiveweeks in the, for Constructive Service. same time I will ptc !\cy- candIdacy. H. W. LONG. lent, prospect of being again represented 3calaBanner. .a newspaper; published It is ordered that the Defendant tfcoountta administrator of I'oid *ate. a.i _:-
( herein named to-wit:. William R. Da. ask for their approval. -
w 'I'J tn said county and state.'rhis
Hon. Frank .
,-' -' by Adams but we 2th of- 1906. \'enport.oe and is hereby required to Dated tni Nor, ;Z. !. D. toi. 5 -
day April.
.c, 7tthatpoor. cripple girl was To hor the Commissioner Voters of Marion: County:- cannot help regretting that he felt Im- '4 (SeaU S. T. SISTRUNK. appear to the Bill ot Complaint in thifause As Administratrix }"tate ol D.J C., f.FDWA&Kdwards.&.*e S

\ _; ;.t9' leant t! ride. the bicycle: onjourney. i Since it is impossible for the courthouse l'etledto, 'repeat his ..unnecessary"withdrawal Clerk CjreuU Court Marion' County' ,j'day<* of'on JUI1P or, before.1906. Monday. the 4th Ceased. _iza'. -
.t4 '\ i this year. and Fl6rida. -
-'., and her companion to be completed from political lifr ire Solicitor. It Is further ordered that a copy of -- '
: believing .that I can rerve the people T; E. BtessJ; ,Complainant's ,I
,Qt'.,. .-i- .know if she was "cushion- : in[ the completion and final arrangements should have, "stayed'In.St., Augustine ..-: ", .. this Los eight order consecutive be published weeks'In once a week the h '

or : of the same as well as any man Re ord.- Our 'sentiments "
;: U1UC tired the poor exactly, Ocala Banner a newspaper publishedin 1
: : in, the district therefore I take this It I! stated that Del nd Is becoming t0
and state.
'.bd ecared sbe. wa$ damned tired. method ot announcing my candidacy This seaSon there are about. 7.500 the Jretna Green -o( that :section, :of This said 26th county Jay of March. 1906. W na -

_"- way ct parentheses.let. us for re-election to the office of county Seal. S. ''. SISTRUNK :
: and that d..ndt'"tint"'m r- [ ] AnAANKDPosITUUU
4th district: 'orida
from the, of strawberries in .eastern'North .
.e.1 1'\ commissioner acres .
: \! youare tired of (-trtainP1itleaily is wellknown tyo" Clerk Circuit Court county $
official record : becoming numerous
my riage$ :re -
Carolina and the Armour cur Florida. ,
oftesatfle. '
"l 'v and that we are not ,and I ask your consideration Tallahassee CapitoL ' .. Alfred & Davis, II. L. .Sistrunk.CoupIainant.s .
line people estimate that there .'m. b** I and cbeap a on earth. o. 't celay. Writ-dajr.
'i- ie. nor "cushioned" tired, ; Solicitor f D. C. ECCI.&t.tUUS1tS9t0LUCt iC".% .
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,. ...' ;' John',"Fence Floyd. we or know'*No;'Fence.!s not"'a candidate -j " ",,!" P4" ;" " " ,,,""f"" "11" " " "I" .

; for the legislature this year but
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a' b. for that reason' Is the "fence" orT "no I. I .,'
fence" question to have no part in .
'the campaign 1 ? t ABE THE TAKEr ;

F' >> A Georgia paper speaking on thiS ,

= : subject says* -.-...-. -, .->

c)4 The local,option stock law appears -
: ': to be working splendidly In the counties
in which it has been adopted.
a The intense opposition to it which was TEA POT GROCERY
was at first so conspicuous among
F owners of small farms and laborers,
w Vrr has:almost entirely 'dled out and, In .
veryfew, if any of these counties, .. .
could the old law be again put In ope: ..... .... :
; \<' ration the old If system the question was left of to reverting a' vote of to E= Royal Scarlet Evergreen Corn Finest to be Had 3' '
those who '. ':l l'ftt:
were formerly "fence" men .
: alone. Small farmers. have found', out ; Chase & Sanborn's 'Coffees and Teas "':' ...
that they save more: In labor and,cash :,. a Specialty.1 : ;' J;>:T.VALUE .
which would be expended for fencing ,,..,...
i' under the old system in .
proportion ; :
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jfl to ,thefr ability than their ,wealthy > '' ,_
_ neighbors do and the laborers have ->'<...'.;.'<;':'.':i:7',;: ,,:::: '' "".- :.
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", discovered that those 'of' them who ,", -,: .> ,- ,- :, : .
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wish to keep pigs or cows can obtain F .: RECEIVED. .
< better pastures from their employers .: '; ,' -.
and have more milk and'butter than ':' -.
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., : they could have when their stock was ....-
permitted to run in the lanes and
woods: It Is the almost Invariable .

b .pasturage practice for for employers the cattle to of their'em give free- '- Is what we give you, in buying, your GROCERIES 1

;' .. In In own ployes maintaining removing time the employes without portable the pasture, generally'fences extra fences in charge assist-their and., I of us. We sell you just such articles as you want -. !

'E C though, furnishes the landowner the timber'almost for invariably rails or- I I and at low of f-
boards and pays for making them. as a margin profit as it is consistent -

One thing very noticeable in the no

-: t, fence In counties cattle. Is The the old great piney improvement woods- to do business on. We buy .in large quantities and

[ cows are being replaced with blooded

and Jerseys- better the and cattle condition Alderneys are almost than and ever invariablyin Durhams before, E from headquarters, and give you the benefit of our .

known. While the number of {cattle. .

r $ has the aggregate in some Instances value has been been reduced increased -, purchases in small ..

-,Many towns, In these counties In ., quantities I
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which' northern butter was formerlyextensively .,,, ,
'k, sold are now stocked with ...... -- ,.;(. ", ''.:.,:,-::_ ':" -- -
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considerable -', '--"
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"no The fence"old arguments law have long for and since against been, E. ," : C": .; 2
-worn threadbare. The knowledge of
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practical operation of the law and .-. ---- _I
Its effects on the farming and stock p.- i

i n c None raising but interests what are Is known what as convinces.grazing :! : For our goods are sold ON THER OWN MERITS .and ;.p-

& Counties, can much longer afford to prices are .

9 follow ,the old fence system. People E. regulated by the quality; so if want the best ..
In the "fence" counties have only to* t! you we can supply your

k -a honest'visit,sense the investigations of"n fence"folly! !counties of to maintaining be aroused and make to a j CI G.!== wants. If you want a good article we have it tooIf you want a cheap 3

K thousand dollars''worth of fencing to ;:= article we can supply that too. We have the
keep a hundreds dollars' wort Hf .. goods to suit nearly _
.c stock out of their .....
_ Kerosene 1n.the Poultry /ard. E:' everyone, but remember that QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE

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% The, many uses that kerosene 1
maybe 41..... .- I
put to In the poutlry yard makes ts: :

:{ lt be an charged almost,to the'expense indispensable account article) and to ... :<( .. .' We Have Always Prided Ourselves .that our : :" l

q no other will enhance the profit of the ,-'
poultry yard as kerosene diligently and : .- ,

i$x j' all contact intelligently there vermin of is:, nothing nest and used.with boxes prevents equal For which for painting to other'sitting It it, as conies vermin the It hens kills Inside in-, t tfrom : Rogal 0 Scatlel e Bian 0 of Oaea a e Goons S l lt16

entering the nest until It is entirely .....
>x* evaporated, which,. if the crude .....
y_ oil is used, will give the hen ample : ; ,
_ time to hatch her brood. A few,drops .E And Vegetables are tllever T best ti
in the drinking water occasionally has goods .
a good effect upon the general health .
of the flock and for colds or roup :E that.come
; there.Is nothing better if carefully ap- put ill).. Our increasing V trade j .
applied.$caty leg may abe cured by ..
simply wetting the legs of the affected .
,- fowls occasionally, and the crude :E on these goods justifies our
oil Is best Inr'this case also, as it takes guarantee and III
t a nAich longer time to evaporate. ,
j : When the crude oil H not readily obtained -

7 'grease,should some be kind mixed of with heavy the oil or E, the price is ill reach of all who want :

sene to retard evaporation. As a

edy.for cholera it has been highly reet THE BEST. .. .', '
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ommended.-Orange Judd Farmer. :: : .VV '- .V.V: .., ., .V, ,'. ,. <
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The well informed editor of the .", -... .' : ,:' .:::
Florida Homeseeker makes the state- 4 ."p->. "' r :._,' : '
ment that only three -
per cent of the -'",: t __ .
soil of Florida Is under cultivation. It : "J.-4 ,
seems to u< the best thing to engage 't,. -4.

be the to attention, people of the ourlaw other makers 97 per would cent E We Keep a Grocery Store Exclusively '. :

before spending millions of dollars to .
add more area to the state. We have .-ctIJI
y rich land enough In the interior to accommodate Where
: can just what '
*.a population fifty. timegreater '_ you get you want, :
than we have, but owing to : V
freight,rate inexactions.. those who are :: '. and at as low price, Quality considered be -
as '
4, already'living. ,here can .do but little : \..' can bought :} !
because we'have l: "
to pay unjust tribute '
to the seaport cities. Put the interior : :Remember -' .f'' I -
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,{)na footing with the seaports ", ',: ace < ;i :: ; :Er : ii- ,
and .
theinland country would immedi "J'4
I ately baftd up and the magnificent ;'. ,' ; ,' :" ". ';:. ,..' '. '.. ',. "" ,
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scope of territory stretching from Escambifelujr -
s to Cape Sable would Immediately .
'e V ......
# increase In population and
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this is
a mAch more important proposition
,than draining the everglades : --- '
and more people are directly Interested -
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In it. Why pass over the rich |an<]s _f -4 '. I '
r of the_ n jj t chasing Vter ,irri4e TEAPOT Gr.i RO C E 414 ?.
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a 4>- cent sunbeams Ii .4 ,t.JI.,'" ", \..' .. Y1 -

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can pay>1o our beloved dW fDJ .- .. ..
r that their l last resting place M fitting '. .. .

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