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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 17, no. 12 (Aug. 25, 1883)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for 1884 later called new ser. vol. 2.
General Note: Editors: T.W. Harris, F.E. Harris, C.L. Bittinger.
General Note: Description based on: New ser., vol. 2, no. 14 (Dec. 1, 1883).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Two Delightful Occasi ns. LADIES' IMPROVEMENT SOCIETi V.
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KODAKSPJIOT9ORAPIC Two of the most delightful social Makes a Good -Beginning--:A. C. L OFFICE FOB ENT.-: : ,

Lends Aid-Will Convert the Lot "
functions in the city transpired, Fri
Next to the,Depot into Lovely

day afternoon and evening' both ol:f Park-Vice Presidents. t-


AND-' which were well,attended, and :which, Large front room; also one adjoining ,

It is needless to add were highly en Tuesday morning a.t'10 o'clock'the

joyed. City .Improvement Society met. al if wanted together; upstairs over .

GOODS The afternoon entertainment was Yonge's HalL Mrs. William Hocker, -

tendered by, Miss\ Lucile Colclougb. at the vice president, presided in a1 very overMUNROE -
gracious and conservative
the cozy home, of her parents Mr. and manner I & CHAMBLISS
Mrs. Stovall acted as secretary.The .
Mrs. C. A. Colclough. West Liberty ,
AT THE chair announced the resignation BANKERS.
street, complimentary to Mesdames S.
of the president, Mrs. Richard McCon- .
T and J. M- Dell Jr.. of this city, and '
athy, which was with _. ,
accepted great
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Misses Eva Truby of Starke and Va- II'

} teta Potter, of Ocala, who have 'been .reluctance. STROBHAR WILL : .
Mrs.: T. T. Monroe elected ,
I was by
OFFICE DRUG STORE visiting the Mesdames Dell. g
POST Progressive whist was the game and acclamation to fill the vacancy, Says He Will Meet His "

A general discussion of vital Issues Face. ING
it was played with, an interest which
and from the various ,
reports committees -
displayed considerable ability. There

were six tables, and at the conclusion followed. While Governor %

of the contest it was discovered that Mr. Jake Brown, of the first ward,, refused to grant the .

Mr.- Chambliss of the second ward
the married lady's prize was won?by Governor Broward, of
PrescrlptioQS Carefully Filled Mr. E. K. Nelson of the third ward
Mrs. W. M. Dale, while thelywjnglady's return of J. N. Strohhar We Have Now in Stock j
and :Mr. H. L. Anderson, of the fourth
__ __ _u_ __ prize fell to the fortunate'lot.f to stand trial on the
: Miss Katherine Hampton. ward, were elected as an advisory embezzlement of the Most Complete Line of

ABOUT TOWN. On Thursday, April 19, a. little Delicious refreshments, consisting alee board to co-oierate{ with: ,the ladies. lantic Coast Line
HAPPENINGS The treasurer, Mrs. D. M. Smith,
daughter arrived to gladden the homeof 'cream and cake were ,served and v Mr. Strobhar has that Can Be Found

Mr. and ilrs. W. R. Engleby formerly -, at a late hour the guests departed turned over to the society $131 and to Florida and If any' .

Mr,. !.' A McLaughlin of ,Fafrfteld of this city: but who now live perfectly delighted, over the afternoon's stated that every one was very ,enthusiastic made against him he .

pent Tuesday In Ocala entertainment.In i over the organization and many A letter received from
t at Roanoke, Va.Mr. .
; the evening Dr. and Mrs. W M. more promised, their personal and financial
I yesterday written in Call and See Them
Harvey Hutchlnson, of Gaines- : assistance., A letter was also
1fr., who Johnson entertained at progressivewhist :, '
.in the city Tuesday. Ben, Conaon, is now with 'read from the officials of the Atlantic says
vU1 was: in honor of Misses Truby, and "I ,shall leave here
the Seaboard engineering corps; spent i Coast Line railway 'In regard to removing -
Potter. There were seven tables, and
Fla., tonight, of my own
iflsa, palsy Duffln visiting friendsat Friday at home. He was o'n his way after an enthusiastic Contest the prizes the unsightly bill boards and accord, where I shall EIFlE .

Ooleman. to Fernandina. where he will be stationed were declared as follows: First prize, converting the circus grounds Into a charges the s

". .. f which any.
; lovely little park, was very en
for the next few weeks. large box of Huyler's candy, Dr. D. B. railway
company may
Cpl, V. JShlpman, manager of the Morris; second prize, small box ofIinyler's couraging. against me; and I trust
hotel. ,i II in Leesburg today Mesdames H.L., Anderson, 1 I. T.
YoI temma Miss Mamie Wileox. Dr.
Mr. Emil: Van Espen returned to i successful in defeating
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,' .t, OcalA Friday, after an absence of a :Morris. generously. tendered his prize. Groves and M. H. Stdvall were appointed misrepresentations and .
committee to confer with the '
a
couple of weeks'looking after'his phos- to Miss Potter. my own integrity, In
Poorer has returned from city council concerning the enforcement
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evening '
Capt. Pj During the refreshmentswere "
Tennessee have In Georgia, -
brief'hilt' to Gainesville phate interests in and South: of the ,impounding law and to t
served.0 _
a '" Carolina, V have an ordinance passed' prohibitingthel d' G. B. Weihe ,
Misses Truby and Potter who have Convening of the
and Mrs. Edwin Spencer have debris'and garbage ,
Col made dumping of on ..
"for
been here. several days, have --.- '
turned home' from a, two weeks' visitto :Mr. W. M. Uulmer, of Largo who themselves been the vacant lots within the city limits Jeweler '
quitepopular, having The
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"The spring,t rm of ) ,
Like Weir. Is, one of the prominent turpentine operators .honored with several r receptions and and in, sight of the beautiful'! driveways convened '
Tuesday >>
In the state has' in Ocala on other functions. They. left for their -.J'
Weft ? i
Mr, Ernest .I 11e. of Lake af- at 10 o'clock,-Judge W.
Mrs D. :M. Smith was appointed to
In Georgia hasreturned Friday. respective homes Saturaa--Galnef and E. W. Davis .
visit siding
taf.a two weeks "
viile Sun. interview the owners of the vacant lots -

home.: attorney Wheeler ..e1&h. ,
between Ocklaw'aha and Fort King avenues :
The annual reunion of the Confederate
The following is a list It-
I t near the Benjamin property, to _
D. H. Baker.
Strlnsfeliow., large ,' ic- veteranswill be held next yea Capt. returned by the
1fr. T p. a see whether or not they could be purchased sheriff following account of the: mar-

.tablo grower of Gainesville, was regis at Richmond: Va. as a site for a central park.A summoned, : of Miss Effie Welsh and :Mr. C.
reference announcement
tend at the Ocala House yesterday. JRev. By to" our J. S. Burke, James L.
column it will be seen that Captain D. motion was made and carried extending both of Miami, ,:will bt-

._(.eorgerIiendree Harrison, rector H. Baker, -of Sumter county/Is/ a candidate : a vote of thanks to Mr. Yonge Driggers; J. T. Jones) with interest by the friends of
who has beenrislting J. J. Knoblock, J. E.
yirL W P. Edwards, of. Grace Episcopal church. has for the use of his hall .in all the deliberations -
twentieth
from the -who
for senatot : formerly lived In }1a-
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M. B. Pritchett
Isaac Stephens, Quaig. ,
Mrs.
her sister,
returned home from a visit of two of the SQci..ty.The .
J'Jw returned' home) senatorial district. L. Ferguson, J. S. : county at Welshton, and who is
: weeks with his parents in Atlanta and chair appointed the following
Baker Is without
Captain not experience -
known in this city. The
I Gehee, Louis E. Lang, E. account
\ with friends at Griffin Ga. He ward vice presidents, then a motion
Yra. Duke Cato after. a short visit ; : as a legislator. representedthe ; J \. Campbell, J. L. from the :Miami notes in the
adjourn: was carried;
district for
senatorial
twentieth
c la nl&Uyef In Ocala, returned" her : :Mr. and Mrs. Edward-Holder carne i four! years in the senate and has served First wasrd::rJ. R L. Carney, Blair. R. D. Jones, :

home In Tampa Friday afternoon.' up from Dunnellon, yesterday morning I 'in the lower house from Sumter chairman; Mrs. Maushs, Mrs. O. T.Breen E. Snow, Alfred sU o'clock Monday evening.
J. H. J. Counts E.
son, ,
:Mrs. Tydings Mrs. Jake Brown, 23rd, at the residence of Mr-
served the
He has also
in town shoppingand on
and spent the day county.
D. Mathews, C. W. '
dark. Miller and J. B. Martin were oard.of commissioners for hi? Mrs. Strauss Mrs. John Robertson. Mrs. Curtis W. Gardner, 'on
business.Hon. ) county
transactingir J. X. Marshal.Frorn .
kf Jacksonville! on business! Tuesday, I
for l ngtel'1l of and Miss Izlar; street Miss Effie Claire
I county a \ years
the above list
if sad. were registered at 'the Aragon. Second ward-Mrs. D. W. Davis .
is beyond all odds the most popular youngest daughter of Captain
C M. clerk of the circuit names were selected to
Knqtt chairman Mrs. Clarkson, Mrs. R. L.
,Mrs Clifton Camp of Roanoke, Ya.. man. in Sumte.r'rounty.. His judgment ; jurors; Louis E. Lang, Mrs. J. H Welsh, was united in
court'of Hillsborough ancjMr. !
county
Anderson :Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs.
1as the frost -of I Ii
.>> the guest of her parents Mr, aril been ripened by years ''J. X. Marshall J. S. to Charles Billings 'Wheeler,'
John S. McFall, of Tampa, were he to question i R. A. Burford, Mrs. Chas. Rheinauer,
P?. Mrs R. Anderson, for a efw weeks. and gives every Whisenant, J. N. Blair., l 6 ; i Mrs Holder, Mrs. Ed Carmlchaek MissLou
prominent visitors to Ocala :yesterday. thoughtful, considerate and consen-a-
:' tlve attention and investigation. i Gamsby, :Miss Sara Harris.. i W. Waters, E. L. was, a quiet home affair, no
Mrs L iloru and children and her : I IH.. J. Counts, J.
: being issued.To the sweet
Miss Sara Harris, after spending Captain Baker is committed to the I Third ward-:Mrs. IL T. Groves I '
tsother .. E C. Edwards Burke, M.: i,. McQuaig.
Mjr were reg- Woodrow or' Mendelsohn's wedding
delightfully with chairman: : Mrs. McKay, Mrs. -
several days very' resolution pas.*' '
meted at the Aragon In Jacksonville Mr.: Louis E. Lang
members.x>f the returned home the senatorial executive (,committee Mrs. Helvenston, Mrs. Sistruiik 'I played by Mrs. John B. Reilly
i party
(< n and the court then
) frds.y g. j. man
f I.'s;. t.. s :.. 't on i *the t boat i\ Saturday y- Jemandmg a separate senatorial' district Mrs. McConathy, Mrs. W. P. Edwards, :charge, which like accompanied by ber father,

>t ? .'Ie.. : re.i for Marion county, and if elected Miss Weathers. the parlor. They were preceded
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weekly The Reading meeting! Club Tuesday jheldj;; its Miss regular Lllla t":\ii: "'An liDai who accompaniedthe will stand to the. 'carrying out pf this I Fourth ward-Robinson Mrs. R. ,L. Mrs.Anderson Dealouest emanates thoughtful from and Judge : Eleanor and Master Wallace

ichalrma.n. .t\frs. -
Brunby was the hostess, and a very Howard family on a trip to Pa- resolution. :erance. ) and Miss Pearl Gardner. tu
1 :Mrs.: Weihe, Mrs. Carmichael,
of Kentucky
Baker is native -
interwtlnif meeting it was. latka '*>,n the "William Howard" hasifeturnedfcome" Captain a Cieaveland. i The dockets were of honor. At the doorway they
and is in his sixty-fifth Mrs. Mrs.: Strunk, MissRobinson.
year.
-0(1 ,IIiI1JO"i Miss Pauline, Sullivan. : case tried and the petit met by the bridegroom and his
Col W. N home TwsI He Is a;man of irreproachable character -
Camp' came -
and Robert Tydings, who were _also iW for the week M"r t man William Ballard Moore.
I toy ; has a high conception-of duty, U
morning from Roanoke Va., ,to
members of the party, will return his The Rummage Sal., The i criminal docket t : their place, Father Gaffney
esteemed by
F spend t ooaple of weeks with his fam- highly respected: and I known ,in many years,
II f11.I' home on the boat Saturday. neighbors' and all others, who have the lieved that the term will said the solemn and Impressive

pleasure "of his acquaintance.Miss If the rummage wagon passed you: that made them man and wife."
'
Mae Easterl'.ng, of Montezuma est since Judge
Miss Loca
I' GafnHVtll will have a Sunday iloY' through mistake and you have judge. seven-thirty o'ckxk: the samt
Ga.., and :Miss Cornell Dunn Brand to Wed. j I
$cho1 piorfc at Silver Springs to- something to donate, please notify Mrs. in the Episcopal church Mrs.
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t day. It ia expected that there will of Atlanta, who have been the guests Miss Laura Brand, who for the past Teague or Mrs. Ch-ac\ and theY;.will J. M. maid-of-honnr. Mists. Gardner..

tV be at least a thousand in attendance. of their cousins Misses ,Florence! and two: years has made: her home in Ocala see that your contributions aw sent Mr. Wheeler's b't man Mr.

Walters, for the past two : or.. The sale begins tomorrow morning -
I Margaret with the-family of Mr. and :Mrs.: Clarence There are three canc1l were tnarjied'! <4frsl...: Wneeler
I and will last three days. Remember -
Messrs.Berry who have to Coleman Friday afternoon -
& Moody, weeks, went Camp being the governess for ty commissioner from as matron-of-honor. to her
the the offices formerly .
fir ,Jh. past year been conducting a ,to spend several weeks there the little Camp girls will leave today place-In : Mr.: nissloner's district and of the same evening
accupied by Dr.Powers, opposite
! J 11 tojcmph gallery In the Miller block with relatives.Mrs. (for' her home at Guls Summit, New establishment.The is11'. James M. Iat Mr. Wheeler being, me of :Mr.
Burnett's tailoring : ,
'F fluking I'ngton. Mr. Mathews is
'I ; preparations), to move to York. ladies of Greenwood Cemetery ushers. *

Los Angeles, Cat W. M. Arnold and children On the evening of Wednesday, May pioneer, settler of our
\ssociation have been working hard these young couples are spend
have gone to Leesburg to make their the ninth. Miss Brand will be quietly himself a native. He t
ill week getting everything in readiness honeymoon at Nassau.
Mr 'and Mr W. D. Tomuklnd and home at: that place Mr. Arnold having married to Mr. Fred Fischer of that out t befpre the people .
which be-
for the sale
rummage ,
II UtU4 chi returned home Friday after- recently pruchased a home there. Mr. place. Immediately after their marriage nit)' through all the \
?ins .Tuesd y morning. Every one is Woodrow Entertains the Card
I nun from Arnold who is a traveling man, will Mr and Mrs. Fischer will go on a to: the present time and '
a visit to their former home invited to inspect the stock. You will Club.
his headquarters at Ix>es-" directed his footsteps
at Utcinopy.Mr now make wedding trip up the Hudson river over
find great bargains.:
i burg Instead of in Ocala. to: Niagra Falls and other interesting mand their perfect -
--- Last Friday's Daily.
*. Wells places for several weeks, and will then'eturn pect He is a man of
and her daughter Miss I
S.
City Council Meeting. afternoon Mrs. David
III :tde w.lki. who have spent the win- Y'Esterdayfas ladies' day at the to Guls Summit and will go to ,'[ity and if elected to .

tIr la Ocala skating rink, and there were quite a hou ekeepi1lg. Mr. Fischer is a train do hU duty as he jI Brow was the hljot..ssf the
with Mr. and Mrs. Shuey
rV-ul'1hd to number out and enjoyed this popular dispatcher and one that town's most Out "City fathers. set.the exampled neighbors have implicit! Ladies' Card club at their reg-
their home in Ohio Tut'sday. -
There
hours last
late night.
sport for several hours. Some: of the prominent young citizens. The, Ocala keeping will see his duty in, weekly meeting. The games were

t' ladies are becoming to be quite expert friends of Miss Brand are extending pasmore than a quorum present and simplest lights. Mr. :\ 'ed under the shady trees' on the

Mt 11a'ie. Moody, who spent Mon- skaters and it won't be long now..he- to her their congratulations and best the principal business in hand was the i prime of life, and has and the group of prettily
F 'reelection! of city officiate other than i
tat and Tuesday In Ocala the guest fore the young ladies rival the young wishes., and aldermen.Marshal teen interest in public t1..1 young Jadies formed a bright :
ot his mayor of
member
} mother and sisters men. --- consistent ;
returned to four
I' animated picture. There were
UnlIK'e.
; Jvwonrtne A Quiet Wedding.Mr. : Cleveland Fire Chief party exemplar church
Tuesday night where he *
i has Position with Mr. X. M. Allred. of this city, who Attorney Biggs and Treasurer tron of the public : :! of whist and after the game -

,! 'Ub', !t feiilnj elrvg one nf Jackson- Elsa been at Prescott, Arlz.,'tor the past : :Myron Jackson and Miss Callie lacy were- elected without opposition. of the Sunday school prizes!; two beautiful drawn work r

: Eort's. eight or ten months for the l> !MU or Wide Ol ints city "'ere quietly marled The clccUon uf Jirk 54 aooeosOF WOIKs: or life sets an : ) I [ : were nrfft nteI to Mrs.

I' 'T- 1.. Clarke of Monticello. cane -' his health, has started}) for home und yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock and collector was passed until the next I, r tf imitation and i, and Mrs. Allred, after.whlch

e : Vl6* Judge Of he supreme court Is expected to arrive in Ocala In a few At the home of her grandmother. Rev. meeting of the council. lee; (cake and mints wen-

'r Ocala yesterday mingling with daYs.. s-, C. CCarrolL of the Baptist church Other business was tranfticted, and Off For j I II ,

our Totera. : "' performed the ceremonyIn the presence we will have a, fuller account of it in
:, and getting hs learns In nt,a1 the meeting yes
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of'shaie for the lily ; Mr, and Mrs. Q. W. Reagan )lr; am' of the immediate family of the our next issue. / I :Mrs.: H. II. McCrearj : j j prfts <
prknanes.r T.
little child left John W. ; $'t-re the following rs. E.
r Mrs Tom Johnson and bride and groom and a fefriends. ,Cutler firs: V

:. r. J B. Webb,' 'of--the -Standard Monday afternoon for Brooksville\ .to The bride has lived in Ocala sinct Th* Baltimore Sun's theory, is that ''Broomt'. Mrs.: Medlin. Mr stfn. Mrs. N. M. Alfred, Mrs. ,V.i e

tIn@ Company- <>f Kendrick was a reside the spoke and rim factory of childhood; and has scores of friends "if President Roosevelt continues to and Miss Myrtle i. \ \ Mrs.' E C. .WAlj; .*.> Mrs

t hDetaj" contributor to the San Fran- which Mr. Reason Is the manager, and who111 wish: her a very happy ville, Mrs R. C. Cooley i ol'Y Liddo.n, Mrs. S. 1' Eagh-toh

: ,. ?*'"*' !n ***>*** to the .first with which Mr: Johnson works, having wedded life advance on similar economic lines, it Wright of Jacksonville, C S. Qullen, Misses Mary Ander

-. ;VIPeJ'for, help! he sent his personal: been moved to that place. Mr, Jackson} has only: been in Ocala may: nut be long before all that is left Ocala yesterday on I Sui' arc'O. Annie.. Davis Ethel

'check for .t54Auft -Wedded in-- Ocala.- ----- i short while: but has won many ol Mr. Wullar.j J. Bryan's platform of meting of .the Meta Jewett Sarah McCrc-e-
which: -
friends. federacy
1898 will b.. taken from the democratic I Weathers; Rattle P.ve and
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t9ntc2urna! Ian to take Sunday meals at Miss Annie B? )oklyn "f Cornell and i I Music-at the Armory Tonight. muck heap' by the aggressivetleman gen i today.f. --..-_ :! .I lrris. .

Hotel Strawberries form __
.B 'Dora. w*remarried in the White House and to
eakfzatt 'f'Mr-John: Blair of Mount 1 now Important
t sUaWberrv'ice Cream forStrawberries : Ancient City in the Good Old ,
Din ef; 'W in this city last Thursday. Messrs. Johnson & Daly, proprietorsof transferred to the storehouse in which : I
for
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Supper. ," ."Whey came upon_ the noon train, from A he "Skating Rink," have made arrangements the president keeps his political con All members of the Summer Time. _

t \ :Rep' 4 : to have an orchestra at League are earnestly t Ancient City never *ore a more ,
. More. p tstor of the Cornell, secured a license and were victions. In fact Mr. Roosevelt 'has
bO t the rink tonight :\Ir."Fred Wcihe violin present at the eh ctive garb than at the present
church In this city, left' happily wedded. The bride Is. quite such vigorous use of his rake that "
if; 1 for Jacksonville : ; Miss Wbitfteld piano; Mr. Wat- evening at 8:30 to The recent showers have washed
: 'n to jolnn the youthful being not yet fourteen. about all he has left on the democrat? '
i It is .
at :the meUng of the terson Tucker cornetThere i.- rally' day service. face of nature clean and the fo
i rirr general The young couple' will reside at ic :muck pile' is Mr. Bryan's 16 to *- will'oIne and
; or the ,Methodist church will be no additional chargefor early of the abundant shade trees
: w ottvetiod Mount Dora where the groom is asection admission. Tht" young proprietorshope Pensacola News.: And the 16 to I theory :- meeting. Every l( ),
the for alL-St.
last .; Ala:: jfr. Mooreexpectsth botsD the Atlantic, Coast' I to make the evening iq every will eventually'become the chief the .practice. Please {'. hie Record. "
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PRIMARY RALLY .AT' -BLITCHTON.The GRINER FARi FAIRFIELD. GAITERVILLE.Oat cult for the great kindness and consideration We understandaSUOo I.

!. they have ever shown to me carried
; Tawner Mane is growing old and 'harvesting is drawing near. The on the house and tn"-.,,<<:.:
: splendid oelghSorfaood" Somewhat C Correspondence Ocala Banner. I am.I. Yours faithfully, ---IL\: .

i RUtchton maintained the.:feoord it. has a 'decrepit because of the Saturday, April %8, 1906, Is another farmers are finding help In this line NIEL M. :ALLKED, Mrs. Frank Pelut h ill th!

t eSways ,borne m ';Ita ",_welcome, tojthe s slowness of his 'feet, and ,dullness ofhiS daT to be noted In the annals of Fair- very scarce, -though, ,when the t time State ,Attorney Fifth Circuit 'and littW Minnir Treraerr"Improve doe4 '

\ candidates and,1 other'visitors' Tuesday eyes he often, fails to secure his field's history as being conspicuous for comes there will be plenty of help much. ._

-4- .. There were as many as en even hundred prey; his hearing Is not as alert as it its sublime ecstacy. they say. V A Card from Mr. McLeod. Mr. Alfred Nellls left Wedn :: -

-. voters it is ,claimed on the i i'C' was and because of :these failings the Nature; resplendent in all Its wealthof A very refreshing rain visited our Glovereville, N. Y.

poor fellow often goes hungry, for he section Monday doing a great deal of Kendrick, Fla. May 3, 1906. .:--";.--'
-i {grounds, besides a'nt1'mber'of married foliage with a clear and fragrant F W. White and wife left
jmd unmarried ladies and the usual Is not like King Tawney Mane who atmosphere providentially temperedby good. Corn crops are looking fine since To the Editor Ocala Banner; for their summer home In

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'_' "!! The any exertion on his part; because the fastidious Some few young melons In this sec a. candidate state senator, in
day was Ideal. The speakers day,ideal for the most tender and from Pittsburg Pa, to I :
J were nearly all on hand and a courfsous animals had agreed to send one of of God's creatures-candidates tlons. Vines are notwithstanding. explanation will say I have a letter days with his parents spend ,tit

their number each day to satisfy his the dry weather lately. from Captain Baker prior to the 16th and ,jster '
: hearing was given to each one have sp?nt the
Past ?
two 1
rapacious appetite. And to also.The Miss Frankle Ross is visiting; rela of April saying that he would not montit
: .ai he presented his claims for the respective heyhopes speaking began at 10 a. m., and their winter home here. j

office to which be aspires. not fall an easy victim to strrategem with the exception of one hour for lives and friends in Ocala this week. be a candidate; verbally from Mr. Thursday for Pittsburg They III f

Mr. Jack McCully, committeeman frT as did King Tawney. recess a: roar of political thunderwas From there she will go to visit her Koonee that Sumter county would by Mr. Gardner. aecom1-. :

Abe precinct presided and performed However, when he dragged his handed out by aspirants for the sister, Mrs. John Boring, at Felicia., place no candidate in (the field. I then Robert Polly left vJsachusetts.

t due honors with blushing though be- weary limbs from his lair the past various offices. The young ladies who attend school paid my assessments and filed my .receipts 'where Thursday for
he
; week in of toothsome dainties in Ocala will be home again. All with Chairman D. U. Fletcher, goes to axtait
ming dignity. He introduced each quest some innovation by lIon. L. S. Light soon the Mt Herman


-v speaker eloquently and delightfully Fortune was kind fI o that he had created much amusementThe their friends will be glad to see them. .My impression was that the time for Mrs. Joe school ':*
Whisenant
dl ::-- : wreathing the brow of each one. with L many fine catches, the !remnants of candidates were of cheerful disposition Kowr'about the county commissioner certifying to state chairman would Thursday till spent

I a very pretty flower. which he will gladly pass on to the and as they were kept con- -wonder who will lead? Not that I close on the 17th day of April; I saw Sunday in Roc ,I :

Banner readers. have fault to find with of the that the time was extended to the 26th MITCHELLANTHONY. /
Capt. D.. H. Baker, candidate for the stantly on tap the audience maintained ; any any ,"

-M senate from Sumter. was present, and L :Mr. John Scarborough has moved L ed best of humor. t I gentlemen out for commissioner from and wrote Captain Baker my letter .-- ""I

made his initiatory speech, and those his family into one of the McDowell L We desire to say also that from the I the second district but there could of the 16th, received his reply under -- ;"";

*Fho listened to it. were very much cottages near Oak. moment the speaking began and untilit not 'be.a better man -elected than W. date of the 18th. I was requested :to announce

Charmed. His opponent Dr. BaskJn. Mrs. Day who has been keeping the closed superlative decorum predom L. Jordan. Mr. Jordan is young man :I Mr. J, D. ,Robertson came to me Anthony baseball team that

r;; ,. ". bowever followed him and was much popular hotel at Oak. has returned to!. inated. No suggestion of acrimony In of excellent qualities and well equipped .with a petition' which I signed, and big Ice cream supper at would the give i'

K pleased with the applause he received I Anthony. %Mra. Brown from Fellowship any of the discussions. and competent of filling the office received theof the 23d, with notices house Thursday night Jdn Til{

and the heartiness with which it was has charge of the hotel at present Dinner of course, was a conspicuous to the letter, and will do as much for for the Star and Banner to publish young ladies will assist them May la.
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in
.g1ve. feature, and If any visiting'citi his friends as any man now holdingan ; then received his letter of the Ing the refreshments. g
i
\ The speakers are now settling downto Mr. W. P. Chalker, his daughter and I zen failed to satiate his appetite,' no office. Not to encourage any voterto 25th, saying that his assessment had Say! Everybody
coma out hdi
business, have their speeches well I little son. Mr. Joe Fore and wife attended matter what he craved. It can be attributed vote against his own opinion, bu been paId. ,receipts filed with Chair- the beys and
; they are always
-4:' in hand and are making fine impres a. Sunday school convention at only to his confusion' and ut- to vote for Mr. Jordan will be doing man Fletcher and that he would enter help to raise funds for church ready Ii

slons. Ocklawaha Bridge church Sunday. "Inability to select from the various not only a favor to one but to many the race. Let's pposes. '

L Hon. IL W. Long and Mr. J. M While Tawney Mane was lurking viands that were spread before his The Gaitervhle Imrov-meht Society It Captain Baker had Intimated In sin our appreciation ij,

:: Mathews candidates for county com about a fifteen-acre' cornfield in searchof wondering gaze in rich and rare pro- held its last meeting last Friday night. his correspondence' that ,he probably themselves helping them with raise funds to f'Qvij

r. mlsskmer for the second commission- something nice! ,' his ear caught the fusion. Had a hundred other candi- Same was discontinued for a short might become a candidate at any timeI Everybody a baseball outa

era district were both on hand and sound of voices coming down the rows dates and visitors been on hand there time, owing to.certain misunderstandings. would feel differently about the mat- far and near Is eoje

made very earnest addresses. These toward him whereupon Tawney hid I would still have been plenty. However we hope all the members ter. On his positive declaration, having Invited. BLUE BELLI

men are very popular and both are himself for further advances.! He soon The ladles of the M. E. church were will be active and prepared for full confidence in his word' I considered -"'

: : making spirited contests. saw a group of merry little girls and I in their glory as is their custom on duty when the work begins again. him entirely out of the race W. D. Cam .t Island Qr vt. i

i The dinner given by the Blltchton I their hostess of the cornfield thinning. such occasions hence the happinessand Mr. Don Bridges of Wildwood was after receipt of his letter of the 18th. W. D. Cam superintendent of p

\ people was something excellent and I the standing corn. At the end of each I comfort of the visiting multitude. In Gattervllle last week. Mr. B. finds And I began my campaign :actively. He instruction of Marion county, QIIlf

LoCloee who attendedcan, not help from I row lunch was" partaken of and all I We ,thank the candidates for looking Galterville attractive here of late. I: do not consider, In a. personal llY. next. yft. Cam said he was no s

_r;. talking about It. Chicken was in evl seemed to be having a picnic..Tawney this way, and sincerely trust all may There will be quarterly meeting at that I am due Captain Baker to come but before he finished he demonltl'

deuce 'in every shape and in grea Mane could not bring himself to molest be elected sooner or later. Cedar Grove church next Saturday and down as a candidate, but in my speechat that he "was ready Wltb-; goodaj

; IuaitIties.. "' : Sit that merry party so be crept Sunday. Ft. McCoy I said "that I would give He advocated higher education j f;

The opinion was general that the onislessly away. afterwards learned -_ At Mcintosh Yesterday. Say! wonder what was the matter Sumter ounty, until the .26th to put put forth figures to prove that & co3|

; : -people of Blltchton are good livers and I that the lord of. that'field, had tried From Last Friday's 'Daily, with the yellow buggy last Sundayeve out her man" and feel In honor boundto lege education is
a paying
4.; have mastered the art of cooking. in vain to secure hands for (thinninghis Yesterday', was. the regular appoint- ? Be careful, boy; &> s ow.UNCLE, keep my word.I -Gainesville Sun. iavestraenC,"
CITRA NEWS NOTES. corn when the good wife came to ment for the candidates to meet at JOE. will say, however, had I known :1:

his assistance thus: "If you Will stayat that Captain Baker in the house in
McIntosh and we suppose they were Annual Rally ,
Day 6th.
.. the house I will have your corn ,What Allred Says of Davis. 1897 voted to keep Sumter county in May J
; Citra 1. Mrs. C. all there In force. Those who went up 'c'
May J. Greener entertained ..
thinned. She sallied out and in a short the. twentieth senatorial district by "
at the Mansion her friends from Ocala were: C. L. Bittinger! The first Sunday In May each Ye&rV)
,time had mustered an. army of little Prescott Ariz. April 9, 1906. voting to kill the reapportionment bill
I Mra Mamie Bishop Mrs. May KuesHice Frank Turner "George O. Mathews, A day observed in common by an Ep|,|
girls and going to the field the fun To the Voters of the Fifth Judicial of :that session the fruits of which

Misa M. Byrd Wart mann, Miss began. There are more Motile Pitchers Thomas E. Pasteur T. E. Biggs, and caused him to succeed Dr. Blitch as worth Leagues throughout Southera
i Fanny Kells and Miss Eula Kells. Oldcmes Circuit: Methodism, and known as "Epw(
and Joan of, Arcs :than: one"ain't"there Mr. Charles Mathews (not a candi- senator, I would have extended him
renewed and mots delightful I The time of the democratic primary League Day." The Ocala senior ufrj
were a
Mr. Editor? date)'. Dr. J. G. Baskin passed through : less support than I have since this ;
I evening spent. is now approaching, and I desire to junior leagues will hold a Joint ra2j:
The first day of this week Tawneo'lane's Ocala trvn Dunncllon 'and went via campaign begun, and iri the strained
Mrs. Hice and daughter Eva, left thank the people of the fifth circuit service Sunday evening at 7:18: A:.
quests brought, him near ths the Atlantic Coast ..lnestcrda aft- condition of my credulity at this time '
t for Beaver.. Pa.. on Tuesday. ) for the confidence they; expressed in cordial welcome extended to all friend
residence of Mr. John Seller. Hearingthe must receive his legislative
promiseswith
Mrs. P. B. Bishoo._ Mr., .._. J.,_ L.'u P.. _Bish-_ ___ sound of music ernoon. me four years; ago when they choseme i and the general public. Rev. Freder
and laughter some grains of salt.
merry -
op and wife left Monday for :Newt : he stole- his wanearer the houseto The campaign is now getting quite as their state attorney by one of Thanking friends for their Ick Pasco, D. D. will deliver an ad:.,:", ."
my
York city. interesting: and we are sorry that it the largest majorities given in that sup dress especially for the young peopte!p.. :)
: ascertain the cause of'such merriment port. I am very truly,
c Mrs. E. A. White. Mrs. G. II. York Finding number'of was Impossible for us to be at :McIntosh election and to render to them an ac- All should hear him. Full program wnc
a friends
and E. C.
McLEOD.
i > Mrs. C. W. Driver and Mrs Harris havebeen relatives, of Mr. and Mrs. Sealer engaged or to have a representative there count of my stewardship, in that office. be published. '.

In attendance upon the Foreign in having a good time eatingice resterdarYe stnlL however Interview I entered upon the discharge of my BELLEVIEW BRIEFS.
Missionary conference at Palatka.Dr. duties in June 1903 and devoted every I His oponents have Hon. J. W. Watson -*:
cream and cake Tawney slipped some of the speakers an 3 havean
T. W Moore came from Lees- energy and talent I possessed to givingthe on the run in Dade :
away unseen by anyone. account of the meeting In tom'rrow's Saturday morning about 1 o'clock
J- people of :the fifth circuit a clean, l
burg to <
Monday baptize and
receive :
The the Seminole hotel {
stork has been was discovered to
this
busy week. paper. Tom Appleyard feels safe as one of'2the
I into vigorous and energetic administration.In j
the MethodIst church Miss Mary Taaney' saw hIm be on fire. In a few minutes '
) passing by nearlyall
twice: When new railroad commissioners.
the speakers arrived
at Mclntosh while
Wartmann. the fall of the same year,
daughter of Hon. E. L the first timea_ little daughter was left our citizens, male and>female wereon _-.
) Wart lU1n. She left Friday for Baltimore yesterday they found the town in attendance on 'a term of court at -
to make Mr. and Mrs. Parish the scene, but the fire was under The
happy shows lavish dfc-
j where she will join Mr. and Mrs. ; almost depopulated attending an auction -. Brooksville, I suffered a severe attack governor a
the next a son in,'the home of Mr. and such headway that it was inpcssl! position to "spend other peop1ezmoney. 'r
k- S Christian Ax I sale of grip, which settled in my throat and I
thence to New York near E\inston about three
.4 Mrs. .Wilson. Wonder where the stork 1 to save but very few of the contents. ."
J ; from which point shj sails for Germany vill make his next professional visit? I' miles away. The executive committeeman lungs, and which was made much .:

_ ; to pursue: n musical ourse. had made worse by my trying to discharge my .. -.. -' ,. I
A no arrangements for
merry picnic party passed .through
I- Miss Mellon of Tampa, has been the duties at the December 1903: term of -.
our midst last week._ They I made so the speaking, so the candidates had
guest of Mias Mary Wartman the past the -Marlon clrcui.t- court when i was
much noise that it "kinder" frightenedold to contentthemselves with
week. shaking not well enough to be out of bed ThisresuJ.ted ANNOUNCEMENT! l
Tawney, he being a little nervous hands with such
I voters as, they could I
Mr. Benjamin Weathers of Ocala. any in January, 1904, in a complete -

spent Thursday in town. way. V find. The people all say that;the times breakdown of my health and loss '"

TAWNEY MANE. are too busy to attend political speak- of'my voice and since that time, with

SchootProgram at Mcintosh. ings and blame the' state executive the exception of the May and Decem- I '" '
DOINGS AT DAISY. 1
committee for. calling the primary at ber terms, 1904, and the May
i The following; program was spleniidly We # this season of the year.ANTHONY.. 1905, of the Marion circuit court I '.'i
are thankful to that ,1'
1 < rendered by the class of 1906 atE say the have been totally incapacitated for V- V AT THE "

the, Mclntosh school last Mdav night: weather continues pleasant and we are j V court work of any kind. The summer V V1:, I.

I Class :Motto Ksse quam videre blessed with occasional showers. The !!' and fall of 1904 and the summer of .,. EARNESTSOLICITATION i j H. S

FlowMr. Magnolia. 'Colors, green and crops are looking fine. Already the We are having real summer father 1903 I was compelled to spend in T: V V

_ : .white. this week. North Carolina under treatment form V 4flVOF
people are picking beans.:,md digging -
Song-" >lconw to Spring" by the Irish potatoes. News is very score this week on account ) trouble and in the fall of 1903, V '" OUR

: class. of people being so busy with under the advice of my physician I V -" V NUMEROUS'j

Invocation.! by Mr, Gordon. This place is noted for the profuse- their crops. came to Arizona, hoping that the dry \ ', "',,.:., FRIENDS ," ....
ness and .' .
% variety of its
products. \
-I Salutatory by Bessie McRae. Our Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, of climate here would benefit me."Thls, I V DECIDED TO "V--1.i:
turpentine
f. Class History, by :Mary Walkup. quite lot distiller is turningout Alachua. were guests of the la/tier's/ am glad to say, has been the -resultof BECOME V ': 1
a of.spirits, the
-. Quartette "Forest Song." .being about average .parents, and Mrs. Pastuer, last my stay in Arizona, but I am not CANDIDATE FOF THE OFFICE
T Esay-I.ongfeliow---"the Children's seven barrels per day. week. .. yet able to (resume my work in the p

D t'oet" by Rebecca Gist.. place Quite went a lot of our friends from this Mr. George Past er, Jr.. of Gainesville courts, and do not know now whenI OF -S '..'111 ::1
to
..
a Sunday school 'H'tJ 3.\
J Essay "The Influence of Good the convention I was home -for a few days last shall be and I shall not be a can V .... :
: on east side of the Ocklawaha didate for renomination ,to this office.It .
-t Itooks week. George's friends
by Fred, Berr). river are many; at
Sunday.
'. Your correspondent was Anthony and gives me sincere regret to have PURVEYORINCHIEFI
Chorus "Flag of the Free.: we were disappointed to \

Ip Esay-"Our National Song" "by among time.the There number. All'nad a delightful have him in our midst for so short a to surrender a work In which I was r.n':

were a multitude of deeply interested, and in which had
$ William Christian. people I I while. TO ALL THE PEOPLE OF THE'V>
i
as '
1 Duet and Churus. "The American hundred. many probably as four I Quite a number of Sparr boys attended hoped, to accomplish much for those

f ldier." Refreshments were .served | church here Sunday night. who had honored me with their con- TWENTIETH SENATORIAL DISTRICT 1
and when the
fragments
.c Essay "My Native State," by Ella were-gathered Miss Ruth Leitner left last Saturdayfor fidence. V COMPRISING THE ']
hey would have fed half as During all sickness and disability COUNTIES OF MARION AND
-( : fJors worthy. many| Oxford, where she will spend a my .t
:
mOI't'1Quite j
k Essay "The Mission of Fowerb: )' short time with friends and relatives.Mr. Mr. E. W Davis, of Ocala, who SUMTER AND ANY AND ALL VOTERS IN THE ';,

As Myrtle Baldwin. a number of our friends from !i and Mrs. Robert Denham spent was appointed by Judge W. S. Bul- jl'j

Recitation. "Higher Culture in Pix- the that"Brick it city" were present and said :1.:i last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Bray, lock to tict as state attorney of the SHAPE' OF ORDERS FOR BOILED HAM BY THE BOUND OR r

s t..,' by Eva Farmbach. was the largest gathering they of this city. fifth circuit has faithfully! honestlyand FRACTION TREREOF .J'

had ever seen at a country Sunday !: conscientiously! discharged the dutIes \ WITH THE POPULAR WORLD FAMED
V T1 Class Will by Lilian Norsworthy. school | Mr. J. .M. Hillman pulled off his two- ;

V Class Poem, by Eva Farmbach. convention. j f'oor-old lemon tree last week some of this important office; and such <-

; : Festival Song. Chorus. There are new buggies here and very fine fruit. One of the lemo'ns credit as may be due for the mannerin ,,

: Class Prophecy by Earnest Whit- Rome that are repainted. and the average i measured fifteen inches In circumference which the office has been administered -I'

___ tngton. girl would rather ride hi a ret t and weighed two and a halfpounds. during the last two years and a PflBST BLUE

V painted buggy than in tin hnc'pv t nH i" half Is due to him and not to ma )lr.1 'IBBONij
; 5 rresentatum of Diplomas by : Mr. t -- '- --ccF'il- The others were a great deal
Gordon.Valldictory. larger than common lemons. Pity there Davis is a candidate for this office at J

:i by Annie Christian. For Supreme Court I were not a few lemon groves in our the coming primary; he is staunch. [
Justices.
i Class Song, "Good-bje," Writen by I section, instead of so many canta- democrat and has served the party|

l.enie Heste. loupes. long .and well on the county executive I Or
Imported
Friends report that from all Beer.
cerE of the state portions ;I Say! be sure nut to forget the Pine committee; he is a young man. with |
comes the
a V To.thc> frustees of Willison Baptist announcementthat picnic on the 12th of May. We have health and energy; in the prime of i

-J Church: Whitfield and ,Parkhill the winning been informed by Mr. Monroe that f' life welL qualified and equipped both ,

V Gentlemen ticket for justices of the supreme t will be at thtold pumping station, by learning and by experience In the ,
It's sound hens that court. James I I V
we tell B. Whitfield and Charles FROM
; It will cost less dollars to you. about a, mile south of Pine. Hope An- discharge of 'theduties devolving upon MUNICH WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED {l
paint B. Parkhill
1 ? ;your are both
V cnurch with L. & M. Paint because worthy young /thony will be well represented.. a tate attorney to give to you an I
1; Floridians. They have done their BY PROMPT SERVICE
uore
duty AND
painting is done with one gallon ; We are trying to be patient for those able administration. He: is not connected HIGHEST
d 1... & .Mthan with two gallons of well on the supreme court bench and understand in is he -
other wedding bells to ring. We any way, nor under QUALITY ,OF GOODS
paintb and the L. the OUR ESTABLISHMENT
& M. Zinc thinking
voters of Florida
do note
V : V Mrden? the J,. &. M. White Lead I they will peal forth a double wedding obligation of any kind, to any railroad
and >
makes the L.. & S( why there should be a change. or other corporation, and Is free HAS BEEN REMODEL-ED
M. Paint wear like I march very soon. BLUE BELL. to AND THE RESTAURANT 1-;
V \:'on. therefore it Is the honest conviction I represent ,the interests of the people

V hns 4 gallons I* & M. mixed with 3 gal- of the friends of these young ,men that !i MOSS BLUFF. at all times untrammeled by any such V FEATURE HAS BEEN GIVEN PARTICULAR
V Unseed on will paint a moderate they will be nominated by a flatter-i! influence. V
L dzed hou!!e. I CONSIDERATOIN.
S ling majority in the primary election I j Moss Bluff Fhu May 2. 1905,
Actual cot 'I. & M" about U.O i In returning to you the oft c-e- which .
-aUon. per j!May 15. However they are not ITo the Editor Ocala Banner:
per- i|
; !four
... S V .J. ; years ago you entrusted to me, I V V
E.Webb Painter Hickory, N. C jmittlng; overconfidence to make them Public Speaking' at Moss Bluff May 1 OUR : V
c. Writes. Houses i} ,feel ithat it comes back to you with a PLATFORM: V I I it! ?
V u. 15 painted with L. & 1\(r careless and they urge all their friends 9; speaking at 10 a. m. Candler, Ock- record HONEST MEAHURE AND .
:years ago have not needed paint- I of work honestly, faithfully andconscientiously FULL WEIGHt"RESPECTFULLY
i ing since." !{at every voting precinct in the state lawaha., lake Weir, Idndale Stanton I
done and I do
Sold bl1elver & ..3facKeo'al S to work in their behalf until the polls and air section of the district are not
V _11a... 1.1 t{close 1 think ItV amiss that 1 should at the ,
VZV* V" on the! evening-of May 15. cordially invited to come with well- ,
-
time
___ : V same recommend tx your-kindly : V
; i I I filled ba: V Congressman L .mar has Uguu !! It look; like th I consideration the man to whom all
k14 "guards-
campaigning tour 'thi\i.Hit the third' Frsmeisetv tfc San 1 hav& a big gathering and a nod credit is due for the good record which
are
f ,
,11lStriCt; of Vbrida.V V .. trying kill us many lime. Wry truly yours, has been _
people as : made. t
V V the earthquake, did. JOHN T. LEWIS Com. Strauss & Cot
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< SARA ELIZABETH HARRIS,- SPEAKING AT FAIRFIELD. Norwood-Wishart. FIRE AT BELLEVIEW. ,

Local Editor.HAPPENINGS H. ROBINSON, Pras. .
The Marlon county candidates who One of the simplest, sweetest little Seminole Hotel and Drug Store Be- S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. J. C. BOOZER, Asst Mgr.

\ = met with so little encouragement at weddings of the season occurred last ..longing to Dr. T. K. Slaughter Destroye GEO. J. BLITCH, Teller.
.
I ABOUT TOWN Fort McCoy and McIntosh fared betterat night .at the home of the bride, on ,d-Small Insurance. ., -t Y

Fairfield Saturday. Sanchez street, when :Mary .Aldora Hold
Early Saturday morning a fire was 'The Strong the
Norwood became the wife of Robert
There were pernaps more than a discovered in the Seminole Hotel at
of Kenrrick
.. yr. C. L Grace was do-
: Elander Wishart. A miniature altar
hundred a
JU business in Ocala Monday. present and the candidatessaid Belleview and it had made such head-

L. It was a reminder of "old times." had been erected in front of the win- way that all efforts to save it proved COMMERCIAL BANK

)fro W. A flag P, a prominent "mer- Justice E. S. Smith presided at the dow in the front parlor, at which Rev. futile and it was entirely destroyed.A .
"- of Weirsdale. was in the city ,
bflit Hendree Harrison
; < George awaited the
meeting, and introduced the
>" speakersin part of the hotel was used as a

:,:' Monday. a very graceful manner. bridal- party. At.4:45 Mrs. Chas., 1t E. drug store, and its contents were also OCALA, FLfl. -

:.: Mr and Mrs. A. T, Stuckey of Those who were present say that all Taylor with :Mr. W. L. Howes entered, destroyed. Both the hotel and drug .

Spring Park were prominent visitors the candidates follow-ed by the bridal couple, taking store belonged to Dr. T. K. Slaughter
acquitted themselveswell
" ,. la Ocala Monday.. o and that" Dr. Baskln candidate their places at the altar. Rev. Harrison formerly.of this city. He had just ren- Has Upon Public Confidence is Evi-
ovated the hotel refurnished it and

< Mrs. H. M. Hampton has returned for state senator; and Messrs. Davis performed the beautifiil Episcopal put it in splendid shape, and, was doing denced its and

1 borne from a visit of several weeks to and Slstrunk candidates ,for the officeof marriage ceremony in his usual im- a fine business. Dr.: Slaughter suc- by Large Increasing

her father and mother at Arcadia. state attorney, made especially pressive way.A ceeded in saving only a few of his

M HOTMMMBWBHBMVWBHMW 4 pleasing and forceful speeches. few intimate friends had assem- personal effects. The building and contents Business

Mr. and Mrs: W. C. Knight, of Crystal The sensation of the day occurred bled in the double parlors to witnessthe carried only an insurance of

River, were prominent visitors in when Mr. E. C. McLeod. candidate for marriage of this estimable lady $1,500. x

.: 1 Ocala Saturday senator mounted the stand. He read who is loved by all who are fortunate Dr. Slaughter's friends in this city I

the letters written to him by- Capt. enough to claim her as a friend. Congratulations sympathize with him in his loss.

Mr. Charles Howard, of Grahamville, D. H. Baker of Sumter county (printed -I over, the guests were invited -

Spent Saturday In town, the guest of in Friday's Daily Banner), and to partake of a dainty little wedding Meeting of the Florida Elks. CAPITAL I ,

Ur. 0. B. Howse. said that he did not officially announce I supper. $50,000.00 .

himself a candidate for this office until -, The bride was becomingly attired Ocala, Fla. April 16, 1906.

The lumber Is now on the grounds he had positive assurances from j j in lovely_ gray silk traveling costume, To the Lodges of the Benevolent and III >
for the remodeling of the Ocala fire Captain Baker that he President, T. T. Munroe.VicePresident .
.tat would not be a and looked very sweet.
.. .. and work on same will be begun Protective Order of Elks of America Z. C. Chambliss.
_! : station candidate, but on the contrary, woulddo Mrs. Taylor was gowned in a dainty ,
.f' at once. all in his power to throw the vote white silk. Located in the State of Florida: Cashier, J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL.

of Sumter county to McLeod. But he Mr. Wi-shtrt ('or es .i'o our city from )I The Florida Elks Associtian hereby I

Mr. W. A. Green. a valusub- would be true to what he had said and I Eastman Ga., and is a genial, plea- issues a call for the annual meetingof
\ scriber of the Boardman district made took that occasion to I
say that he was ant gentleman. We congratulate i iUm
the said association to be held in
t the Ocala Banner office a short call no longer in the but he i
1 race as had the bride he has won. i,
Jacksonville Florida, beginning at 10
while In the city Saturday. been disappointed in Captain Baker The happy pair left the Seaboard I
over :
j j a. ra. on the third Wednesday in May, NATIONAL BANK
and )ad been treated with courtesy'and railroad for ; ,
Tampa, carrying
bilious attack J"decid(1IY i 1906, being the 16th day of the month.
uunpleasant kindness "by Dr. Bdhkin that he I w"ith them the good wishes of a h., t r
It is quickly over when [ ;! Each lodge which is a member of the OF OCALA
,Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets advised his friends to vote for him. [of friends.The 1 1i Florida Elks' Association shall he entitled ,
are used For sale by all drug- Another mild sensation was created 1 bride was the (tecll'entIf SO'I' i _
to five votes at said meeting,
I\t.\ m when Hon. M. L. Payne took the plat- j useful: and beautiful presents. I I
and the majority of lodges of the said
Mrs. T. C. Remley and little girl form and made one of his usual eloquent i j s We are glad to know: that Mr. and association shall constitute a quorumfor DIRECTORS.

who have been visiting -Mr.- and Mrs. and humorous speeches. ,said ,! Mrs. Wishart intend making oeala'i' the transaction of business. Lodges
that he had, his political at'1! their home. .
W. Davis left Saturday for Wal- graveyard
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.eo. may be represented by: one or more J. K. Christian R. S. Hall
di) to Join Mr. Hem I t>)". who has a po- Fairfield recently renovated: that hr j The Banner_ extends oongratubriors. j delegates. The: five votes allowed to be Geo. Mackay i T. T. Munroe
gition with the S. A. I had some new mounds erected, and I I I
least as may be determined by the
H. A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss.
that Agatheridan ocleii .
----- they were ail .covered \ ith fresh :/ I
i lodges; appointing such r
Mr. I.. li dyer of Hirml :;-halU. Ala. and fragrant flowers and were waitingto instructions
i in the absence tit such ,
his relatives short' visit this have the defeated candidates j| The Agatheridan Society held its I
paid: a deposited i by the delegates themsrIves. Delegates .. .... _. .. -II
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reek. His many Ocala friends were therein. He enumerated those that i,i| rpT"r! ine':t'ns: Friday, April! 1'7. I to present certificates of appointment .. "" ;; =""" ..

glad toe hima* this in his first visit he had already interred; among others After the minutes of last meeting ._-
from the lodges electing
ta got city In nearly six years. was "hi; old fri.en.l J..e Iathew. He I i!| were read and approved, the followingI them.It .

said he had j program, having as its subject "The
----- -- taken the measurement of I I

Mr. a I1. Hull and daughters, of some of the candidates. and they would i Colonies," was rendered: !! send is a good hoped delegation.that every as lodge important will Ocala Furniture CO pnny.
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It dk1c.ert' amon our visitors on be seen to be.exact tits, and if the candidates I Song, Society.
busnf'lSs111! come before the meeting -
Monday. They were In the city) print were interested in their Essay, Mary Rurford. 1
politij j
i and the hearty co-operation of all 3
tlpally to do their shopping and attend cat fate a look over his Recitation Maggie: Lytle. .
graye.U'C1I I Florida Elks is desired.
greatly !
to other business. mightbe! of interest to them and in- |I Essay "The Maypole" Adele P.it- : j
lF sited the whole "bunch" to give it an i tlnger.Recitation.. j Yours fraternally There is Nothing Too Good For You, S3

/Ir. J. A. Pittman has returned home insiectlon and they: would wheth- Emma Xelson. ]I HEHIiKRT A. FORD,
sec
President I
i Florida Elks Association
from New Orleans where he attended ho was a true or false prophet.All Essay "The Gray: Champion" Edna .
j G. I). Ackerly.
the great Confederate reunion. He had the candidates: for the state leis : Counts.
Secretary Florida Elks A:rso'ialion.
icrtat big time and reports that the I Inture made addresses and Mr. Oration. Charles Cleveland. I

; reuafon was one of the biggest one-? Light explained his with diagrams and f j Reading, Evelyn Liddon. A-Positive- Necessity. '" That's- a broad statement, but it li Ids 'g'JOd. for you will surely regret ,;-

,- on record cartoon*, and Mr. George O. Mathews ;j DEBATE. !; buying cheap furniture., Now that does not mean that you: '

made his maiden speech during the'' : Resolved 'That the Balous Rebellion Having lay puon my bed for 14 should pay an exhorbitant price for your goods, and if you would

i Mrs Bradford, who has horn h' ,'h- present canvass. : was!' Justified. days from a severe bruised leg, 1 on- I know where you can get the best goods at lower prices than youare ",
ins seh-v at Mc-lntosh the past term, : Marion IVlot ly found relief when I used a bottle ofBalalrd's
., .Ml the candidates made most excellent i| Affirmative Mary Snow Liniment. I can cheerfully pa'ingHne other place.Smith ;
!U tM guest of Mr. and Mrs Clarence, Impressions and every one of !i Gates. recommend it as the best medi-

Camp for a few days on her way to them i is predicting that they will have !: Negative: RcnJ Smith Hraniley cine for bruises ever sent to the ,

bw.home at Tampft. a majority at Fairfield. Weathers.The! afflicted. It 'has now become a posi- '
t Itive necessity for myself. & Roberts
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True to its reputation the good ladies judges, Alice! mcharll on. Annie I D. R. Bryneri. merchant. of Doverville. :

fir Charles! K. Owens, a prominent of that neighborhood had prepared a Mathews and Jim Taylor decided: in 1 Texas 2>. V('. and $1.00.t all

ritlzrn of Tampa, formerly of Mica- most excellent and "bountiful feast I favor of the affirmative. druggists. m ,
n-W, died very suddenly Saturday at' After the critics report there being '- will tak_ 'jurasuie! in showing; yo the r>ast goods at the lowest
which proved to he" the chief attraction The Ocala B.: Y. P. U. Rally.
N>w Orleans when he had gone to of the occasion. Ij!I no business to come before the society I price Everything: in the furnf we line at consistent prices. ._

be present at the festivities attendant All the speakers are spt'.aklnin; j it adjourned to meet Friday The H. V. P. 1:. of the First Baptist, .''':'

oa th* Confederate reunion. praise of the purple ,ofi, FairuVKl anti 'i May 14.i j church will have a rally Sunday night !
-_. -- ---- i L.J.fU Y 01t, -- -
especially of Its fair women. j tie( ;I jat the church at 7:45 instead of the

Mrs. W. K. MrCahagin: returned 'fn .I I regular Sunday nig11t service. -THKHEADQUARTERS_

her home at Tam p. Monday aftt r.n: Death of Dr. Whisner. r1 I Young People Enjoy Picnic at Silver, i; This organization fo the largest of I ,

after a short visit in Oiyila with her Springs. I Ills' kind in the city having seventyfivei :

mother 11 MI. David Burnett. Mrs.: Dr. P. 11. Whisner. sfcivtrry; of the I Saturdayafternoon a jolly party of i i enthusiastic young people for mem-! I

McGahajfln WAS accompanied by her church extension!< board of the Methodist boys and girls of the younarer crowd I i hersIts officers are Presidt-nt. 11.1 Hardware

tittle daughter .\Ima. chtirch, died on the t\\enty-.sec-; j i enjoyed a picnic! ,.at Silver "Spring,;1.ikinke i president Mis. Goin: secretary Marion COl1)pogy

,,- ond of April at his home in Louisville, i They drove down to the: springs immediately : ; and treasurer. Edwin Spencer, ,
Viand' Mrs. J. O. IA"Kt'I camr up Ky. after dinner in a big wagon'On
i The B. Y. P. U. willarry out the "
< Mnday burn Lake \\Vlr, and will be i Dr. Whinner attended the MetlHHlistconference l' reaching springs 'some of the IIA
i {following program which :promises to ,
tn Ocala for a month or so. They are in this city in December crowd Indulged in ,a swim, after which -
j h'i an interesting one. Every one is .
juwt at the t kl&waha 11>>\. )Ir. and hell the they Went down the run as far as Kil-: I ,
j>ra a sermon during '
I : cordially invited to, be present
trn wit mke his heait'tiMrterft herefur trw tang'of that -t..h.. Dininghis stay! gores landing in the "Undine." Here |! Song-Congregation. I -'

the present. here he was the guet of )Ir. and Mrs, they got out of the boat and spread Scripture Reading-President.i American Wire Fencing, .

-- Frank I lard!, 'I' their lunch in the woods and alto, i, '
Mr*. .Wllit* Samlift-r. whu hot her > getner their afternoon was a very jolly i I Prayer. SashDoors and Blinds ,- ":r/ .
.llItl" Mlw OhaiHwU Whltrwnt In Atlanta Herbine.T- out. !! Recitation Alta }> ar.m. :5

some' month IIC"ft' tried this Ue'itation-Harry Faucelt.SongBoy's Paints. Oils and Varnishes ,
.ln the arty sere the following: j i ,. '
Will ovtroomfe andlyliepfla Quartet. '
week Indigestion
fax murib-r and wan acquitted Misses \ -
< Mary. Rurford. Lillian And r- i '
< ; regulate the bowels, and n.alin1Ir Carroll. J '- '";
Vrldajr' afternoon. The caw was a most cure liver\ and kidney complaints.It [ 8.1n.lta Pearson Carrie Pelot. Letj: j[ Song Little Folks. Mill and Mining Supplies, .
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unusual ear ami attracted a great Is the best blood enricher and I Camp. Lut-ile Standley, Robert .\nd r.I > :'
chat l of atteatiun where it Invigorator in the world. It is t Hf'eitation-Small Girls. : ,. ,. : '.
not only purely -
Marion l'eh.1 Turpentine Supplies ";
Carlisle
Non Izlar. JamerITaylor ; j
WU rt>mmltt*.l. but in nil part of the I vegetable, perfectly harmless and I Morris Smith and },'r.m1liar. j Paper-B. Y..P. U. 'Work. Miss I :W'. .... ..
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should be sufferer from disease. ,
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you a <
*untrv. PuhMo sentiment enilom the you will use It if you are wise. I Ir-is. Jr.. chaperoned by Miss Mary Anderson I j}jage.j I Improved Farming, Tools ',

vrait oaf the Jury. It. X. Andrews, editor and manager i! an"l1 i s Ethel Robinson.' !,' Song-GirJ's Quartet
(',",,,)a and Reockledgeews.. Cocoa.Flo. j Talk-\V. T. Gary. \
atleat \"aJft-I-.lt-;: returned home 1 ., writes: "I have used your Her i OBITUARY. I'I ';ng-\.ng'l't"gatilln. GET OUR PRICES '
bine In family and find it most :
my a
SUtunlay I lln.
atirno. from Gaine+uvillr.'here i Dismi"s _
excelent medicine. Its eftVcts upon myself I -
IIh.. has b.*n the guest of .Mrs.Jm haw been a m arked benefit. Mrs. Mulissa Grate was born May I
I II A World Wide Reputation ,
a J.I--Udl. Jr.. formerly Miss All druggists. .in :!lst 1S64 and died on the 16th nf'l'l'il '

Jobnnl Lllill') .f this city. for the .I.\ 1906. at the little/ village.tf Ken- White's I'ream-Vermifuge has achieved -

last ten days ills... Totter was drlight- Epworth League RaUy.The i a world wide reputation as being ariollHardware
\ II Brick Fla., and. within one mile of the Company
tully eaurtalthhl during her stay in 'I the test of all worm destroyers, and
Galn"lI\"iH. first Sunday in May of each } place of her birth She was f.innerlv for its tonic influence upon weak andunthrifty
hawing t-en the gut-st-of-
hOliQr war has lfn set apart as "Kpworth a Miss Nix. an.l was married to BP-. ;i children, as it neutralizes the
at a number of beautiful par- of of the stomach im-
sourness
acidity I
league Day," the leagues throughoutthe \ C. I. ( December .
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9th1599. -
ttea. rate Till* proves I their digestion and assimila- | --------
:OouthernlethlJlllsm observe that union was bleed! : with tire chililivn.i tion: of food strengthens their nervous -
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ale K-t. day by ,holding rally and anniversaryservices. system< and restores them |tol
Wallaiv t'1:1 \\ -ll i three of whom and one by a former II
health and vigor and elasticity of j
.
"Qo.U\'o In thU city, was here for a few husband, till survive their ,*>rro\\ lni spirits natural to childhood. all :
hourc Saturday. For several wveks the Ocala Junior : If You Want to Cone Out !
He was on his way i father. j!i druggists m )
to Lake Weir for and Senior Leagues have been plann- I
short vUit to rela-
a j, In the year iy>3 Sister: Grace joined j!i Mrs E. P. and her daughter. 1
.:' tre* and ing an annlvt rgarY.-sE'r\'ice. to be held I j Moody
wag his little
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a'Omloanl by
d.tUJhter.ln next Sunday evening at 1:311.. An in- j I the Methodist church in Oralu being i iI !j! Mrs. R. F. Hyman and her children ,
Is
Mr. Kelse.v
tine of the most popular Da. conductors tert'stinIiPrVl(' is vromi-:.... and a I jmovetl by the spirit as he wn.u ht left Tuesday for Braidentown, where Witl) the Real Thing

GII the A. C. u and has a host of cordial invitation is extended to all i; through the pointed ami o\verful they will make their home in the ,

tri nds in kola, who were dt'lhththl friends and the general public.Uevf. I MBiblt' Hwnlings." ..f Miss Emma i iJ !I future. Mrs. Hyman and Mrs. Moody .

to Frederick I'asco. D. D., president i- I : will have charge of the 81. Tames hotel
lee lima J Tucker. Of thts "tt'.H ht>r of jir she For this Spring styles put on one of our new Spring Suits
nt that pIa.ltiss Louise Moody will
of the Florida State Epworth
spoke during her hang season of bodily
}Ir and rail Will Tydingi have returned League, and editor of the Florida affliction. In the faith 'thus begottenshe remain in Ocala with her aunt. Mrs. cut in the latest fashion and one of our all one piece Panama Hats. ,

home from their wedding trip Christian Advocate, will be present W. S. Pike, until the end of this week, You will find Quality Style and Workmanship that can only be seen ;
lived with the Celestial _
city as the I
to
St. when she will join her mother and
Augustine and address thtYtun peole. Everyone
and Keephouse -
are now the phu-e: of her prospective resst. During here. Rich In Style, Right In price. We have a large and varied
tat much lose
Ocala to
.. sister. regrets
at Sliver Springs In the should hear Dr. Pasco very
S Dew cottage recently erected by Mr. a long period of sufferings she i it these two families. stock of Shoes for the entire Family. The new and nobby Pump A

Tfdngs! at that place How to Ward Off Old Age. t kept her soul in an atmosphere nf Style in White Canvass for Ladies are here. Also a large stock of ;;

; prayernd when the end t-am she I j Growing Aches and Pains.
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\ way'or for Men. The well known Walkover and Hanan & Son
air The must I and Mrs- i 1
Clarence Camp, Mr. had nothing to o do but 'fallasleep..n One i iso
4 Jack off the aprwoch df old age I is to maintain I Mrs. Josie Sumner Rremond Tex.,
l-{ Camp Judge J. H. Bell. )fr. O. : Makes. Give us a call before buying elsewhere.
B' a vigorous digestion. This fan. devoted-as a wife and mother and writes. April 15; 1902I have used
Howse, flu bite Uarct and Miss only l>e done by eating wily fond suit- kind and Ballard'sSnow Liniment! in my tam- '
thoughtful
S.Ira ,Harris composed a pleasantLebo ed to your age and occupation, and so as a neighbor, Hy for years. I would not be without .
.Party when any disorder *>f the stomach appears wilt be- greatly mls Oed. .L-t the SOJTOVV- it in the house I have used it on my W. J. Chambers

, 08 Silver spent Saturday afternoon. take a dose of Chamberlain's 1 I ing. ones remember that, '-even near us little girl for growing' pains andl aches I
Springs fishing. They went Stomach and Liver Tablets: to eorreft j her knees. I ucred her right away.
-.Ie\'f'raI'' miles down the run on the It, If you haa weak stomach or are though unseen, the dear immortal'Idn 1 have also used it for frost bitten"feet. Shoe Co. .

) Ina" aid had an exceedingly lJ1t r- troubled with indigestion you will findtht spirits tread." i With good success. It is the best Ua. f ,
eating tabk'ts to be. just what you need' I iment I have ever used." 25c. ;)o,'. and
time -J! .. W. MOORR r
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: THE TURPENTINE MARK T. STROBHAR NOT EXTRADITED. I r HERALD- EDITOR IN FLORIDA., -

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I .- Spirits Firm .at *..64 Cents-Demand- Governor Terrell Denies the Requisi- James Gordon Bennett Distinguished INSURANCE WITH

--t l. More Than '"'Receipts-Rosin* tion of Governor ot Florida' and Journalist in Fiorida. LIFE .

of '
.. Show Gains. Orders Release .Prisoner --- .
\ from Tower. Mr. James Gordon Bennett owner'of
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< (Savannah Naval Stores Review WeekEnding : the New York Herald: Lady Maxwell .
Governor Terrell Fridav afternoon J
E. Last of April) of England, and Baronne de Renter, LIBERAL GUARANTEES i
turned down the requisition of the
: Turpentine holds "up remarkably of Paris. arrived in the lower bay yesterday -
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governor of Florida for J. N. Strob'aar.the ..
-- from Key West, on board Mr. :
; well. April Is almost .over, liut'one former agent for the Atlantic "
Bennett's handsome yachtLizzie
i ; more trading day, and the lowest point Coast! Line at Gainesville. Fla. whoa .

r ft ->'1/reached. ->for. ,*the i i. month* .JMX 'has been. 64.. the railroad with officials about charge'$10,000 with of absconding the- Stoddard.The yacht draws too much water to AND AT LOW COST. -

: cents. At this price there has been road's funds. come into the harbor so Mr. Bennett

--s' t and his friends together with quite a
active trading this week; and the re- The governor refused to honor the
number of servants, boarded the yacht .
.ceipts 3,415 casks! have been all taken requisition on the ground that it
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1 Jupiter, and came up to the city, tak- mill: '
_1 eagerly by.buyers, last night there be- would be a violation of the treaty between "
: :tng unfilled ()orders on the market: Great Britain and the United ing apartments at Halcyon HalL' cc.

-which Insured a finn market for to- States. which provides that a person During the afternon Mr. Bennett In the subjoined table will be found the

?s day. Altogether turps keep in splendid L brought out of Bretish territory on extradition anti his friends took a walk about the premium rates _-,.

position, with the outlook, as it i1eem papers and found not guilty city.At guaranteed cash values of twenty-three life insurance ::
from all present indications, bright after trial. shall be allowed to return eight o'clock last night Mayor companies oil: ]

enough to satisfy any one. Last Satur- in peace within a reasonable time. It John Sew ll. W. W. Prout, president life for I each
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'day there was a large sale of May- will be recalled that Strobhar was of the board of trade, Dr. James M. 20-payment policies $ ,000 at age with total prem..

August futures to a large exporter at Jackson jr.., Hon. Frederick S. Moore. '
brought to Georgia from Canada and a and cash
60 cents, cleaning up everything offering jury in Judge Roan's court Jast Tuesday Judge A. E. Heyser, B. B. Tatum. E. {iums guaranteed, on 20-year settlements. ,.

____ i1 and running up into the thou- Y.. Blackman S. Bobo Dean. and E. T.
i. ) cleared him of the charge upon The is less in the Life
'y sands of casks. It is stated that more which he was extradited. Immediatelyafter Byington called at Halcyon Hall to net cost Washington Insurance Co. of 2::

could have been sold if the factors pay their respects to :Mr.: Bennett He .
his trial here the defendant was New York than in other the ,
list ,
had been in position to offer them: arrested at the request of the Florida is a very genial gentleman, a man of any company on

With Hay-August futures bringing 60 authorities and placed in the Tower big rapid working brain and the above '-

and with gentlemen! spent an exceedingly pleas- -4
cents none offering the'spot -- -
the decision the -- -
pending governor's on = : _. .
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? market about to open May at 64 cents, ant half hour in his company. Mr. =
____ ii Florida requisition.After -.---.-----. .:=.:-:'------ :._ -". .
the immediate Bennett said that he had been intendng ---- -
future would seem

____Itr about as satisfactory as even the most Governor turning Terrell down Friday the ordered requisition the { coming to Miami the past three ." ?' '. tameofCompany. II Prem's Total I Cash Valur. Cost,r..t I. Average Annual .i}?:

,. exacting: : producer could ask for. I t prisoner to be released from confinement seasons 'but had been unable to do so. .k.- : Cjt' \. ';j

-4 is regarded as doubtful whether producers in the Tower. The county authorities He was glad of the oportunity of 'being -.: : II I I' I I .. ".''''
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___JF- will offer. any more futures a;t therefore released him and he here at this time and expects to .. >, The Washington Life. . ,. ... ... .. .|j$737 40631 00$106.40$5; 32 .

f ; 60 cents, but if a few blocks are put, left the prison in apparently high spirits return during the next tourist season. '. ;.., i: '. Connecticut Mutual'._. . . . ... .1f| | 716 40[ 60* 001114| 4d| 5 72 : .

-t1 'in factors' hands for sale there is every accompanied by his devoted little This morning he has arranged for a ,. Mutual Benefit ... . ... .. : .|/l1241| ] 40j 599 92| 124: 48} 6 22 4. .

r :"' reason to believe they will be quickly wife, who has been constanly at his trip up the Miami river to the rapids; Aetna Life. ... ... . ,. .... .11| | 739 20| 614 OOj 125 20j 6 26'" 'f
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taken up. Receipts keep somewhat be- and later on in the day he and his
- side during his trials.. Prudential. / . .. .:. .- . .. .1I739! 00| 610 00| 129 001'645 .
!10.those.. of this time last year, and Strobhar and his wife were In the nartv will return to the yacht in the -t
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1 It is the belief that when the factors: governor's office this morning when lower bay where the night will be: Phoenix Mutual..J| |I'| ) 30 20/6! 51 ."' ;;

get in their statements in full for the lawyers( were arguing the case. At- spent. Early tomorrow morning he; National of Vermont..I| | 745 401| 609 92| 135 4S| 6 77 ,-

April it will be found that there was torney J. D. Kilpatrick and Van Astor expects to sail .direct to Charleston -. United States..I| | 681 601 539 311| 142 2911{ 11 ,

j; a very marked falling off in receipts Batchellor argued for Strohbar, while hoping that the weather will admit of Home Life. . . .,. ; . ...11727| | 60j 566 OOj 161 60] 8 08 ,'

- for the month. Robert C. Alston and A. J. Orme appeared his going ashore at Palm Beach. He Union Central./I I | | 710 OOi: 566 OOJ 144 00| 7 20 .
: As stated, May with the is pleased with Miami and of it: .
opens mar- spoke I
Penn
for the Coast Line, and the Mutual..i| | 745 OOJ 609 92| 135 OSj 6. 75 -
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ket In good shape with the of the most beautiful citieshe
foreign American Securities company, respect as one Northwestern . .. .:. ... . ... .11756001609| | OO{ 147-OOj 7'35 '
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and American demand totally unsupplied ively. had ever seen.-Miami News.
the. April receipts having been Provident Savings..I 11 I 691 40| 539 OOJ 152 40/7/ 62

Strobhar stated that it was his intention New England. ... . . . OOJ
but a mere nibble to the manufacturers The San rrancisco Type. . .| ] 720 565 OOJ 155 001175 :
to return to Florida
needing spirits, and it is the impression it he allowed voluntarily Equitable Life.. .*. .... :. .. . .11| | 766 801| 610 00[ 156 SO? 8-1' ::
was to'do
so, and the .
We are determined to restore to the t. :
that May should, bring. a "very lawyers in the case are watching close-I nation its chief port on the Pacific.So New York Life.'y..J| | 766 OOI 609 OOi 157 00! 7 89 ,. )

L active trade in the article. ly to see if he carries out his agree- wired Eugene H. Schmitz. mayor Germania..I| | 750 60.} 610 00] 140 60] 7 03 -j

% Rosins also kept up the pace this ment.-Atlanta Journal.Mr. of San Francisco, in acknowledging: Canada Life..J| | 739Provid't OOj 609 00| 130 001650| ;' f

t; week that they set some time back through President Roosevelt the $1- Life & Trust..J| { 665 60j 539!; 311| 126 29} 6 31" !

Ashley's Last Article. State Mutual. . . ... . .
and scored further advances, the clog 000,000 from the federal governmentfor .11| | 732 00] 564 78| 167 22] 8 36 : '

rr ing quotations on Friday showing, in W. W. Ashley-associate the Immediate relief to sufferers by ; :Massachusetts Mutual..I| | 732 401] 564 78] 167 62| 8 38". .
editor of f.
comparison with those of the previous The Sun who passed away so suddenly the earthquake and the fire. He wired John Hancock. . .. . . . . .| | .732 40J 564 78J 167 628| 3S

; Friday gains of 5 cents on water- late Thursday afternoon, took further: Manhattan..f 11 t 737 40! 610 OOJ 12? 40,' 6 37 ,

_ r white 10 on windowglass, N, M, K. 5 great delight Property owners determined to build .,'"3'
chronccling the social '
'
9n L 10 on H. 5 on G. The receipts forth as soon as fire ceases. City 'will immediately -- .- _. ,.
.---------,-. -- "
.
occurrences o{ the city, and while his --- -"- ---- ---- ---- .... -_. ---- -- ---',..Sf
week at Savannah were 8,713 barrels proceed to provide capitalfor ',


z ; and the posted sales were 6,724 city duties work on, he the was paper never did more not happily include the purpose of reconstructing public The Company that Estimates the ,Least and theJMost' .

_ j barrels, of which 2,374 were pales. !52C engaged than when in the effort of buildings schools, jails, hospitals,

mediums, and 3.830 II and below. sewers, and salt and fresh water sys-
assisting the "covering"; of social functions .
Mediums and commons seemed the which occur from time to time tems. The people hope that the federal IS! THE BEST .

5'! strongest at the close yesterday anJ government will at once provideample *
among the society of the city. and it *
it was regarded not that appropriations
as improbable 'to rebuild all

_bi; they would enjoy some further ad- was when thus, engaged-that) the end federal buildings on a scale befittingthe HOOPER
came so suddenly to him. & SMITH District ii!
vances. The receipts of I, K and M are Below we' produce an article which new San Francisco. Managers.

-i very small! at' present and for some he This telegram came 'from a ma'n who
was preparing at the time of hisdt'ath OFFICES
little time to come and they would the word "were" in the second resourceful in every energy.. tackling; OVER POSTOFFICE. OCALA, FLORIDA. '"1

seem to bein good shape to enjoy timid of the /concluding paragraph being every succeeding emergency with

some .gains. Commons are also regarded his last: practical, common sense judgment and

,as more than likely to do some. ., \ round of social functions has actionand losing not one jot or tittle -- -

what better than hold their own. They been of courage in the force of triple disas- EVENING GEORGIAN STARTS.
enjoyed
by our best society, to
In demand from the ter has ----. '
are beginning o f do honor to the two charming stood before the country as a

a year to the end, the, .supplies never ladies who are the guests: of the young Delis type of San Francisco. Xo one doubts John Temple Graves Announces Withdrawal .1'

_ \ seem to be too large these days awl -:Miss| Hotter of Ocala. and Miss that the new San Francisco will be in from Race for Senate. t .1'w

-c as the world's requirements for them the
near uturfranufacturer's Rec-
... ,. Truby, of Starke.
i' j Droaaen wun ea.cn :rear iaty would 'At 10 o'clock on Thursday morning ord. The Evening Georgian, Atlanta'snew i1r= j-2T
: eeem to be in the finest of positions: daily paper which is edited by vk:
they were honored guests at a porch
for The "Cracker" and the "Tourist." John Tempi Graves = r'
the whole of the season. Pales are has begun pub ..
card party at 'the pleasant home of '.j /fr .
-k about to enter their period of heaviest Mr, and :Mrs. ..1.V.. McCollum on l lication. In the first issue Mr. Graves ; \ 4-t /- <

receipts May June and July, but up North Oak A XeYork man was stopping for a announced his withdrawal from the ., rt
avenue tendered them by : ,
;: to this time the arrivals have not been month at an inland town in Florida. race against Senator A. O. Bacon for j --- 1%
Mesdames'
McCollum
and J.
F. Mc- .
great and the market has easily taken This man is exceedingly fond of swimming the United States senate. "It. ; v4Ck./ke
Jr. .
Kinstry, Prizes were offered and : ,
care of everything coming to It at the there but has a horror of snakes and The life of Mr. Graves has been: insured /1 .
were five tables filled with con- %
high prices which have prevailed right testants. Miss Wilcox won the first his fear kept him from indulging in in favor of the newspaper for ; ,
along. The immediate furture of pales 75000. The premiums the
his favorite on policywill
.i in
prize and very graciously bestowed it sport the near-by river.
i; depends en the consumptive demand Miss l le probably amount to something like Li y.1 :
on Potter while Miss Truby won was fishing one day. and mentioned -
mainly from American sources, and the $ .ooo annually. This action is takento
he consolation prize. Refreshmentswere his desire and the barrier to his
,
.
posted sales hereafter for some weeks be an estimate which those back of '
!served consisting of strawberry enjoyment to his
to come should show a much larger guide, ji lanky and the new enterprise place upon the .
sherbet cakes -
.
and iced
-
grape juice, "
proportion of the three top grades thank orrowful "cracker. value of the services and name of --- ; ,, 1%
and
: they ,have done during the past four present.the occasion was a delight to all "Oh, I kin fix )'0' all right," the guide Mr. Graves' to the paper.

weeks. Up to this time there have drawled and led the way to a beautiful F. L. See I) is the publisher of the
'On
Wednesday evening these
Lv;; doubtless been receipts of pale rosins young little lake some distance back from new paper.
lat ladies were" (the guests of honor at a
all the ports approaching 30,000 bar- chafing dish given by Mesdames Dell he river. "Ain't nary snake in hyah" I II And to think that John Templewas qco lo?

rels, and the fact that they have been IB Sdid. I I once the associate editor of a lit'tie -
at their home on South Roper avenue, I I
ir snapped up on higher and higher and the occasion proved a most deightful The northerner enjoyed a halflour's afternoon paper in Florida and had 1.

prices tells how much they were need- "spats" with such newspapers as the 1
one.)-Gainesville Sun. sport in the clear water and .
w ed. No past year ever opened with Ocala Banner. .I. tij .
hen coming back to the white sand
waterwhlte. windowglass and N occupying
-
Army Wants Bigger Cadets. beach began to dress. He then observed Why Suffer From Rheumatism "
: as strong a position as this sea-
\ eon. Their future will be watched with that what he had taken tq fie FOUR- SAILINGS EACH WEEKBETWEEN -
Washington D. C.,April.30.-The requirements several Why suffer from rheumatism when 4
logs
floating the water
Lt the geratest Interest. upon one aplication of Chamberlain's Pain
of height at West Point for .1::
Receipts of Florida string beans in were in motion. Balm will relieve .the pain? The quick
new cadets will be changed so to relief which ...
as this liniment
;5
M. affords ,,
Cincinnati are on such a scale that the "Wonder what causes those lugs -
keen out of the military! service boys makes rest and sleep possible, and that
market Is practically flooded.'It takes who are undersized. The medium t.o move?" he said. alone is worth many times its cost. Jacksonville and New York.

Florida to do it.Mobile Many who have used it hoping
"Them ain't hi only
height is slightly increased. that logs, guide calmly ,.<
P cabbage In northern markets so a for a short relief from suffering have -"
candidate for a cadetship must not be replied chewing on a straw; "them's been happily .
surprised to
find that afVLL Calling at Charleston
bringing $3 S. C., both .
are i er crate. less + .-""- ...- -.. ..." ,- ---- ways.
than five feet four Inches at six- gators. That's how come there ain't no i* iiiic; nit; 1' : uccituic pCMuia- THE FINESt STEAMSHIPS IN '
nent. Mrs. V. H. T3E COASTWISE SE VIOE.I
Mistaken Contemporary.: teen: and not less than five feet five snakes in hyah-'gators keep '.m et Turn Legget of Yum 'f
Tenessee U. S. A., writes. "I ama
,I inches at the age of eighteen and up- up."-Harper's Weekly.Another : great sufferer from rheumatism. allover THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND -AN'D

For keeping his promise to drain the ward. Of course. the usual restrictions I from head to foot, and Chamber SOUTHERN J HNES .

c everglades we commend Governor against deformities and.. infirmities New Railroad.J. lain's Pain Balm Is the only thing FREIGHT
that will relieve the pain." For ale SKRVICK BETWEEN"; ,
1 Broward-and so will other contiue to prevail. The
every citizen medical board by all druggists. Jacksonville Boston .
m and Providence
who believes in sincerity and L for the examination of candidates will W. Bushnell. a civil engineer came ,

whose conscience Is not besmirched I be composed of three army surgeons, over from Jacksonville Tuesday night, Poll Taxes. and all Eastern Points. "

;_ ; with .. raft."-Apalachicola Times. one of whom will be the senior medical and Wednesday In company with Mr. Calling at Charle..ton ,

We are reading a volume of the officer on duty at the :Military acade- Chas. Beard, proceeded to St. Marys Any mate person who becomes 21 Both Ways. '

writings of Thomas Jefferson and find I my. The new minimum standard of; where they go for the purpose of sur- years of age before January 1st 1&64 SEMI \\' EEICLY: SAILINGS.Socthbswi '

the following sentence: "We all make height for candidates which has been work and the promoters of the new will have to pay one poll for each of >t

mistakes. Perhaps Governor Broward I prescribed will not go into effect until railway: which is to be built from StMarys the years 1904 arid 1905. .-.. From Lewis' Warf, Bsrtoaf38t .i

has made a mistake, Jefferson admit. after the admission of the Incoming to Kingsland in the near future.Mr. Any male person who became 21 toz'thht .......................................... Fro: Of Catherine Street Jalcu1l1e

p ted to having made a great many class. Observations during the recent Bushnell and Mr. Beard are experienced years of age after January 1st. 1904. .1

Whether Broward admits to making war in Manchuria are said to be responsible : engineers in this line of and before January 1st 1905, will haveto Clyde St. Johns River Line.

any mistakes or not a number of oth for this change. work and the promeoters of the new pay one poll for the year 1905.

'L er persons, as familiar with the everglades road are fortunate in securing their Any male person who came to the Between Jacksonville and

: as he is and as competent to Postmaster Robbed. sprict's.assau County Star. state of Florida before January 1st Sanford

judge, entertain the opinion that the 1904 will have to pay one poll for the Stopping at: Palatka. Astsr, Seresford ( DeL : ) &al I&teraeilati
B.V.. Founts postmaster at Rivertown The tax payers in Hamilton countyare
governor is making a great mistake year 1905. Landings ca St. Johns 2ier-
Ia.. nearly lost his life and was asking the following
# and It he is it will be much more robbed of all comfort acocrding to his question: Any male person who became 55

manly for him to admit It .than to per- letter. which says: "For twenty years "Why is It that our county taxes for before January 1st, 1904 is exempt Steamer City of Jacksonville
I had chronic liver complaint which the past year are 11 1.2 mills on the are tppolntetf to Sail M follows
ti'st In It Besides. he is making his from poll taxation. : Leave Jacksonville
led to such a severe caseY of jaundic dollar when in 1904 the taxes ReiunuBJe Sanford daily except Saturda ys. ig 1).11
were daily
only
mistake if it is a mistake at the cost that even.my finger nails turned yel Any male person who became 55; except Sundays at 0:30 I. In.
9 mills the
on dollar? Still
] of the people of Florida. Disston made low; when my doctor prescribed Electric taxes, years of age before January 1st. 1905, -
almost Bitters; which cured me and have like freight rates, are being, constantly S atb.Bound
similar will have
a
mistake but he did to pay one poll tor- the SCHEDULE North-Bound
year Read DownLeave
kept me well for eleven years. Sure reduced.
;
it at his own expense. Read upArrive
cure for biliousness neuralgia weak 1904.Any -
ness and all stomach liver, kidney and Chamberlains Cough male person who has lost a
tf; sin Francisco has already begun bladder derangements. A wonderful Remedy the Very 11mb in battle is .. 3 8 30 p. m. -.--. ---- Jacksoaville ____.__ :I 00 a.1D'!
.
Best exempt from all poll .. 45 P. tn. -- ,.-_ .____ Palatka .____
3; -- laying the foundations for a greater tonIt Tydings & Co., drug store. taxation. 3 oo a. m. ---...-__... Astor .. ____ Leave.. S oo p.330P.O.L J
_..
_
50 cents. m ....... MHM> _
city What is known "I have used Chamberlain' ; --- ..._M. ... .
as Baker's Row Cough Any male Arrive 8 30 a. m. _..._. -- Frlu'j& .,._..._____ 1001" US "
Remedy and want to it is the person becoming 21yt'3.1"S ." __. Saoford _.___. ,
Is already begun and the say very 10 co A. m. __._ 930 a. -
buildings Dr. J, G. of Dunnellon _
Baskin candidate _
best of age after --- _Enterpriite__ ,
cough January _
hen medicine I have taken." 1st 190, _, 10 00 ..!II
y'.v! completed will eclipse any bank: for state senator; Mr. E. C.: says Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant of is exempt.

ing. building of the old San' Francisco. McLeod. of Kendrick. Mr. John T Harlan. Mich. There is no question General Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 West Bay St., Jacksonville

L Lewis,_of Moss Bluff, Mr. T. B. Lanier about its being the best as It will cure There! are three-candidates for coun- _

|Hon.. J. W. Watson member of the of Tavares, were the prominent a cough or cold in less time than any commissioner F. V. IRONMONGER IlL. \s't GeB PaS .
among other treatmene. It should always be in the first district W.Go COOPR Ja... Freight A2Ut. Agent, '" Wast Bay st- Jacksonville Fla. .
legislature from Osceola county, is a politicians In Ocala :Monday. Dr. Bas- kept In the house ready for Instant three In the second district Foot of Hogan Street Co P.L VELL. SUperillttDl1ent. :
,, one id Jacksonville, PIa
-t. candidate. for the legislature fromDadecounty. kin attended the speaking at Butch use for a cold can be cured In much the AC. HAGERTY. Gen'l Eut'n Pa'i4. Agt..New York. .
less time when third district two in the fourth CLYDEMILNE. Gen' FT't. gt. N. Y. :-'
He .must like the. Job., ton Tuesday. promptly treated. For THEO G. EGER, Vice President and General '
sale. by all druggists. ra district and one in the fifth district. General Manager. .
; Offices Pier 36 North" .
River. Branch 290 Broadway, New York.f '

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THE NEWSPAPER.-"WHAT IS IT BUT A MAP OP BUSY LIFE; ITS FLUCTUATIONS AND VAST CONCERNS."-COWPER.

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:)> FRIDAY MAY 4 1906.
"fOL.40, NO. 49. OCALA, FLORIDA, A

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-- Light Asks Questions. OFF FOR THE POLE. A STRONG REPLY. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. 'JiI

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN.A IIMWCoIIDmo'2

;'. Walter Wellman-Sails to Make Final Captain Baker lells Why He Should Passed By The Methodist Sunday
Reddick, Fla, May 1, 1906.
; for His Trip. Be Senator This Time. School.
J: To the Editor Ocala Banner: Arrangements I w
visitor
would be a welcome i -

It rain "When lands, houses, horses cows Walter Wellman, the new .iaper correspondent To the editor of the Banner: Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
". I article by Mr. D. H God in his infinite wisdom and providence TXMYtMM ED
Ur "W. B. Haines, of Starke, was Inr chickens, frying pans and cradles are who has been commissioned Referring to an CURE
in issue of the 2d Mr. to remove from our midst our *
Irvine
your ro
; : QCala .yesterdaY.I taxed, why is it that the invisible Record-Herald to it SALT-SICK
by the Chicago Irvine says it was "great injustice to brother, S. J. Seymour therefore be _III WTTUPRMHWTET R
,
wealth of the state ig not taxed? in search I in the 20th Resolved, That whilst we deplore _
expedition Sumter
IIa11 was shaking hands lead an airship Marion to include t
Toin I 0' MANV VUBi TO Bt tilt:KST KtWCml t* tHARKCT
Major
friend's yesterday. i If big banks can borrow the state's has sailed for Europe .district when many counties with not and feel the loss of our brother yet we FOR DISEASE IX STOCK OF AlL IUMOS
::::.. his O ca.la of the north pole, RtSTMO AWtmt MID RUJJH AM HMO IHW 81 MO CK S
I. ..I I money at 2 per cent why can't I bar with several i members of his exploring I half her population were made senatorial bow in humble submission to His will TLCillMAN'J! : IS KaT A FOOD But f\lREIt\ ; &STOtl 10C1l1t

::: 'Quite a number of the Gainesville row some at the same rate of Interest* I districts." It is common knowledge who doeth all things wisely and welL CivtiTkTRUlANDUVtVOUBMlMAU.Frrrj'g .
to complete his &!AleE 2S CfNT-A PACIAliI
excursionists visited Ocala yesterday. Why can't you? party. He goes I that Sumter was put with Marion That these resolutions be published fOil SALUY1lLAETAU DttUIj T: tlAHUfACflRD\ e.,

r.::. There is over $100,000,006 of Invisible plans for the aerial trip which will be rto form the 20th" district at Marion's in the daily Ocala papers, and a copy ACKlRHAH8STEWART.PAm

%: VThe bean fields now present a busy wealth in the state that is untased begun from Spltzbergen as early in request because she needed Sumter'swhite furnished to the bereaved family, with :

"r.r', ene of activity? Why is it exempt? August as the big dirigible balloon can i vote at that time to make the whom we most sincerely sympathize.W. .

" i :1." be made ready. Sumter was I DITTO, Chairman.
; The state loans money at 2 per cent district democratic, and *
:: and J. O. Douglas have "Of course I expect to reach the MARTIN
W. : ,
> Dean be of service to her GBO.
< to
Homer interest to big banks and compels the only too glad
the city council as policemen. pole," said Mr. Wellman confidently in L. IZLAR.
by she needed A.
...:. .tbeen.aJned poor delinquent tax payer to pay 25 larger sister county when
before sailing.
", interview shortly
.*. per cent and heavy expenses to redeem an her. Mr. Irvine does me very great injustice
.* "My friends in America will know of Salaries of City Officials. Seed* are test beeatua tiaucueefol
.;':}; : .' his property. Is tt right? Is it [ when he says: "Mr. Baker represented yean haw t en spent in

. )"> llr. Cnarks Y. Miller, formerly avl Just? Is it honest? i my success almost as soon as my ship the district at the first ten- then of deTelopmeni rare in ImlJ making a century them
expert
'. :brother of the quill, was in LeRoy Taxes should be so low there would circles above the long-sought-for spot, year period and to the best of our Information At the meeting of the city council innenar to all others

':..J.',' yesterday be no surplus to loan to big banks for the news will be sent by wireless not only made no effort to Tuesday night (beg pardon, eajlj ne flower are and specialists Treetalde hi Beedi.growing

telegraphy, so you see. I will not be the salary o:f ls e4 Aucal fre .
the morning),
thwarted
Wednesday
but
and the ,
ex
A big surplus, big expense correct wrong .
civilized D.M. FERRY& CO..
continues to adertise utterly isolated from the follows;:
fixed
.
Store I The officials as
The Variety travagance. No surplus, less expenses efforts of our representatives. city was Detroit.
big and continues to do the world". : the district Mayor$17 month; city clerk J75;:
If we must pay an interest on all fact is, I was not representing per .
-business.A the investments of the railroads, why Maxwell J. Smith, a wireless telegraph at that time. But Marion county collector, J30; treasurer, J17; marshal,

... -, is four-fifths of their property not expert who has had considerable had an able, influential man there as $!60; police, 50; fire chief, $60; firemen

satl32 e3 customer la the ts t &Ivertlsement. taxed? experience in thii 9yntryt has been the i' r$3sRtllUue.of the district !a ,UQi; market Janitor, $5; street super
and satisfaction is not selected to be one of the party of five
$50.
Try Th taxes, have been increased on the person of the Hon. S. H. Blitch. Iintendent.
but our guarantee.
aim. will start
He
nly our who will sail on the ship*
White House shoe; spring styles OUT properties; the license of express There was no instructions from the

far the men and women just arived. The companies lowered. Lower our taxes; for Europe within a week, and will people that the district be divided nor _A large number _attended the
x assist Mr. Wellman in Paris in making school picnic -
Sunday
kind
Fair. raise express companies* license. waS there any request of any Sainesvilie Union

H. M. Taylor, a prominent physician When either of the Carmichaels in final preparations and gathering the along that line, and so far as I knowthere at Silver Springs yesterday. It is :Mr. C. W. Beaumont, of Tuscumaia -
Dr.
\ .... of Crystal River'\vas visitor Ocala must pay nearly as large a tax necessary scientific apparatus. was no effort made other than said there were as many as eight nunired. Ala., passed through Ocala yesterday -

.: yesterday. to do business as the express company I In order to facilitate the receipt of on the part of one of Marion's: representatives The day was pleasantly spent on his way to Orlando. He has

I. .- to Ocala :does, either the Carmichaels pay too wireless telegraph messages from the -Mr. W. K. Zewadski, and Many went over the spring in small taught about fifty acres in Lake county

( Grantham, who is at the residence much or the express company too lit airship, two wireless telegraph stations Mr. Irvine Hatters me as to my influence boats and for the first,time beheld its on which is a small bearing orange

,, ,Henry of Hon. D. A. Miller, continues tle. Which is it? are to be erected, one at Hamerfest, when he says that I thwartedthe narvelous beauties. Many from Ocala grove of about two acres and he expects -

ill. When the state loans its surplus at Norway, and the other on the steamer *-fiorts Marion's representatives. svent down in autos and carriages:, tcneet In a little while to make a grove

,.;:dangerously: 2 per cent interest, and then pays 3 Frlthjof, at Spltzbergen. If the airship 1 was representing' Sumter at that the visitors and try and add tc if the whole fifty acres. Mr. Beaumon:

Mr. and Mrs. A. EC Walker, of Mar- per cent interest on her debts, had she reaches the pole news win be sent the time (1897) in ths house of represent heir pleasures. The merry excursionists came ovelands and has been on th-
to
through the air by Mr. Smith ever an expression left the Springs about 5 o'clock road nearly six weeks and he says he
'Mfare shopping in Ocala Wednesday not better take her surplus and paj will :atives, and if there was
., .. her debts? station at Spltzbergen, then it go I from tha people that they In the afternoon on their return to the has enjoyed every moment of the tlnv:
be ent by
: When it costs $7.37 for a scholar at to Hamfest, where it. will ? wished the two counties separated 1 University city.Education. since he left home He had two wagons

and 388 times as cable to America.Mr. heard of it It is quite different in which he had-stored his household
school,
..A. W. Youm, of Ocklawaha, w is our public would be never
',V.Mr.: Wellman said an effort .
.. college than at: exeeuti\e committee of both goods and five or six mules which h
? yesterday, and a witness be- much at Lake City : now. The -
: in\0cala it to the made to send frequent, if possibledaily made the waiU of thepeople r traded for on the road. He thinks hivill -
',:-j;fore the grand jury. Stetson or De Land, ain't: world counties have
-, merest of the people to have the state dispatches- to the outside known. We recognize the justice by Hail love his new home. All sign-

and }Ir. throughout all the time the expeditions rtenuifds and if I am point to. good times, and this coming t',
::)..: Maj.: ,Geo. M. Hubbard quit its college business? regions and even from if Marion's ; Ko tearing bone or employment to get aD edoewion. -
'.":' Charles, E.. Taylor-ar candidate for When the express company's fees is in the arctic elected >our senator and have one- Utilize olly pare tune BtodTiag at homaBookkeeping I }Florida in coven*! wagons Is a remin-

city clerk. Lieut. Graham is not a 11,250 and the stamp tax on fertilizers the. pole itself Roosevelt should it who be has reached.Known \half as. much influence as Mr. Irvine Grammar,Rhetoric AnUunetw,Sucaoec, Ateebra,BffitotyJiUiLett, Geometry, ler of old times when it was no unusual

'.' candidate for reelection.Y {2C.OOO:! a yearhtn it costs the delinquent President : has given me credit for. at the Close Tb..a cU7 Taickt Dr VtO. Twcben aided I sight to see immigrant wagons
for long Catalogs
.. intimately a rloiii 10 jra of eaoceet
., Walter Wellman to xanjn
tax payer $32,000 In interest! I. talk with of the session of 1907 Marion county treftAtttoB pats !:I.BDIESl'alat.katJ'l.aa coming and going almost every day of,
long
had a.
, Dr. Shade W. Walker, president; of and costs over $800,000 in bank' time, recently and will b? made a senatorial district the week.
expedition,
him his novel polar
on
; Sutherland College, passed! through hands is worth but $16,000 a year, it sailed within herself. .
before Mr. Wellman --- '
i Ocala yesterday oa his return homo seems to me that there is lots of room the night the following I II Hut Sumter asks in all kindness and : -. --,--'- ----- -

:from Gainesville.A I for improvement by our legislature. thq president 'sent him I fairness that she be .tn\H.d-L it is I

b' voter, don't you think so, too telegram: i her time according to custom-to have ;

: satisfied customer is the best advertisement When the state pays three dollar Mrt Dear Mr. Wellman. I the senator: this time that he may make BACKA HE
all success in : tmrnestl-I'
satisfaction, is not wish you under
and
>er day a janitor for' six up1'emejudges. l the best arrangements possible
aim but our guarantee. :Try rise and trust for your
only our gardner l> for Sumter in her
: month for a circumstances
$123.00: a I the
.
, .. the White House shoe; spring stylesTor With warm regards believe me. sincerely I associations.Kumter ,
: ,, men and women just arived., The at Lake City College, $123.00: a month i i new senatorial district
" Fair: x to teach our children higher mathematics yours, I I is to-1 small a county to constitute .

I and -science, either the .state THEODORE ROOSEVELT.When editor-in-I a senatorial district alone and
; Mrs. Carrie ,Long returned home Frank B. ) or more other I "I wrote you for advice/ writes Lelia Hagood,
has tots of money to burn, or the people Rol'd-Ht'rald,1 must be put with one:
Wednesday, after spending two weeks chief of the Chicago .
l simply fo.gto allow it to roninue. i counties.! M'trlon has b. en absolutelyfair of Term. "about my terrible backache and
are
MT pleasantlv with relatives at T.ak'! decided to give Mr. Wellman the comnisaion towards Sumter.Ve ha\e no com : Sylvia, ,

,' Sixteen and MarteL the assignment; took this I ; abdomen and shoulders. I
li : If. S. LIGHT. : plaint to make We came to yonr district f monthly pains in my

: : form; "Build an airship, so lind the !I request-we are willing I and five doctors
: Miss Cus ie netoher carne up frDunaellon Music Festival. north pole and report by wireless at your but Sumter had: suffered this way nine years
Richmond -
so
r .' Wednesday to visit her sisters <' telegraphy and submarine cables the to go when you say much relieve On advice I aook
feels that she is not asking too had failed to me. your
I.
Mrs. Dan Miller and Mrs. Henry efforts. I.I
, llrantbam." Richmond. Va., April 30.-The Music progress of your when she asks to be allowed to fur-- Wine of Cardui which at once relieved my pains
of the ,
under the auspices who will have the
Festival th senator
nish
Followed a
by
',',$ Where, when and ho\s-do we elect Wednesday club of this city, will nave A Strong Endorsement Suggestion. I I placing of her into the new district and now I.am 1 entirely cured. I am sure that

< ftur state ..,..xt"'uticommittee..! Th its opening concert this evening. Hun I IOcaIn. when separated' from Mariin."Respectfully Cardui saved life."

',present members' have outlived theIr dreds of music lovers from all parts .-Fhu, April .!,*. l ,)d., i i my
...
of the state are here to attend the j D. H. BAKER.
Usefulness. The people are crying
"a.t.ud for a new deal. festival, which will last three. days To the Kditor Ocala Banner: : 1 .- --- -. -- _. I It is a safe and reliable remedy for all female

Festival orchestra under of twenty-- Florida's Rich Lan s. i
=-- The Boston During my sojourn I
,. 4 diseases such as periodical
Mollenhauei
Emil ,
Some of tlm candidates have not yei the direction of11'' soloists wilisslst ears in Ocaia, there has nothing occurred Tlure atv thousands of acres of as ran: ADVICE
,announced through the columns of this and a number of excellent pains irregularity
chorus, which is under that vo fully rn:*t my he\rt! > goo Ian] in the vicinity of New- Write us x letter Jtscritin* all
paper. We ,hope they will do ,so, eu the large there is in the state, that down sensations vour eympiaas,.,,4..' will Mod YN
,they are all friends of ours, and In he direction of Dr. R. H. Peters. The approval as the organization to b< Smyrna as and mU'l'h that dragging Free Aivkt.in plain *n 4 enope.!
numbers on the pro does not .nero draining, : lJ>es Aivisory eJertmtDt.
'-oW'"writ i -ups we'do not want to make principal choral Redemption" Rossini's:: known as the Indies'; City Improvement does: need draining* but "it can be headache, dt.zA44te3s. Milrta "The Teno.
any,omissions. Stabat gram are){ater" and "The May Queen." Society. I feel that all good eitiens !- drained by a few good men with shovels ziness backache, etc. noon.

: JU3tter' :' lYin.gthe will lend their aid and a part otI' costing about one dollar api-ece.
', The of sup ,citizens I.
other sections
Good Roads. above is true of many
.;"',of Ocaia with an electric day current Editors for .I heir "purse to this cause, and it is to. The bottles Try it
: the spirit ol of both the east and west coat! At Every Drug Store in $1.00 ,
sincerely hoped that i
.Js and water com- be
{
now before the Ifght
to explain
Rich
attempt ,
I Joseph Bryan editor of the extend RTwathe! politicians .
will
.0'.; ;mtttee. I mond Times Despatch, was elected improvement soon the necessity of draining the ever -

:' :; ice-president of the Southern Motorsts throughout our entire city.I lade-s. just look around you and see

;'\: Mr. A. R. Toph, owner of the Montezuma : Federation, which was organized cannot believe that it i? the intention how many acres of good productive WINE

'*; hotel, is putting down a lime last week at Atlantic Beach, Fla., inhe of any one to let the trash pile up soil there are in sight and If there is 0

/ sidewalk extending from the Chinese interests of good roads. Among high, but in the persistent chase oihe not more land than there are men to
; laundry to the railroad crossing. OF
t association are: for drainage. If you
the directors of the mighty dollar they neglect from till it. then vote

-' W. Wilson, editor of the Jackonville until they become accustomed will do this before making a decision f ff
\ Judge. B. Games of Leesburg was George day to day,
Times-Union; Clark Howell, how to vote those advocating drainjge ._- --
..: 7.; one of th ft prominent visitors -to urL to it. and all they need is some ) ---
J. will not get't
of the Atlanta Constitution; *>f the everglades V. Robert*
outlook editor "ball a-rolling and )
*l& Wednesday. He paints the one to start the Smith.
of the Savannah New Smyrna Breeze. E. C.
votes. \
:5 j., in Lake-, in very pretty. colors. 11. Estill. editor editor of )ou will see: them fall in like scared many '
,. Hemphilh ROBERTS. ; .
Maj. J. C. &
S'ews; j SMITH .
husj
<- and Courier; ooters from a log. The suit of Nora B. Hart and
;: ;-' Mrs, W. K. Zewadski and her two he Charleston News
? noted the effect, and the Ocklawaha &. St ,
of the Augusta I have already I ind against
editor ):
t,.r: twns, Oseo and Guy, leave today for a Thomas W. Loyless, and
editor the ladies for san 3. One Ri\er Na\igutkm company for I Licensed Embalnjers '
", .-'.,visit la relatives in Miami and other Chronicle; W. S. Gonzales, wish to thank Johns the Funeral Directors ) "

places of interest on the east coast. of the State, Columbia S. C., and of the' most serious drawbacks nr !.lersonal injury :;stained by i LATEST METHODS.: BEST GOJ1>8. WOUK GUARANTEKL*, :

v *" Thy expect to be gone several weeks.I K. Foster Murray, editor of the Landmark ,- have in our city is with non-resi'lll1t plaintiff lost year while tra\eling on attention, and ,emfoaiminjr don ,, ........'."........ _- ;:'
receive prompt
six days' order
the defendant's boat after a Tt i. rapl1
I Norfolk, Va. I property owners who do not care to .. ..' "
'. ., i trial in the United States court atJacksomillf. I on short notice. ,
Capl > H. Baker spent all of yesterday -
I; ell but are waiting to ri>ip tlll:- tenets
teimimted on
h.returned
in Ocala circulating among tht< Mrs. Thomas Haley was
I ,. These vacant lit? j
libor.
of
Voters and Us very much encouraged home from a"isit to Saratosa, where our Wednesday, resulting in a verdict fordamages ,
held by non-residents shouii: b* re- Hart. Disbee rUHNITURE COMPANY
and in favor of Mrs. OCAL1
with daughter
the promises he received. He will he went to be with her !
be inclosed with a f l1.'e and appeared for
leave for hi* home in Sumter <>ountytoday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L.Iclntosh. qui red to & Bedell of Jacksomllle,

on-in-la\v Mclntoshs !hade *trees planted about on th uu i ianJ the companj', and S. J. Hilburn, of this .. -
Mr. .
that --
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I" She says i. the taxes raised to the full ex- !.city, represented Mrs. Hart. )lr. Hil '- - --- --- -- -
: better, although his improvement I)' congratulated by t
burn was warm WAGONS
Mr. William Mocker received a wire he is able togo ent. STUDEBAKER ,
days baron
st.Some Jacksonville
leaders of the .
from Hon. R Hudson Burr Wednes- very in I recently asked permission: to prune many i "
out on the bay and they hope his in winning this a most I the.lebrat iJ Studebaker
da.y would success the o!
afternoon, saying that he the trees on one of the! I i be Jq Ocala Sunday and would address time that he will,entirely recover hi'? own expense, and on another 1 moved stubbornly fought case.PalatKd Ne >i. !, Farm and Teaming Wagons, and arc in a position to supply .

the voters here on Monday. We are ealth! and trimmed the trws Birthday t I trade. When you want a rea'ly! ?ood dependable wag
he weed? up A Lovely Party. I your ...
; *iuested to announce that the speaking I I and pri es.I .
information
Deal, Mclntosh.. was a without their knowledge or consent. I I II on call on us for
will house )lr. M. D.
tate'
place in the court
Ocala BannerVnlay l lave endeavored to interest borne ofhose "I Saturday afternoon from three toiUe BftRKLEY CO.
&
Monday night Mr.' Burr is said to bt.an J.1 ant caller at the daughter ofMr "I ;THE CAMERON "
lo.t'ol'k.! Olie. thO'oung'
attractive andS whilE -n th city attendn non-residents in paving streets, _
and speaker 'P
: strong ('I ( llLAISTDS.
gave'abirthday j
J. S. Hooper
and Mrs.
hope he will have a good crowd. ? to business maUt')";;. He says theegetable but the> do not care to invest and Iam party at the home of her par- iI!I CHARLE TON, S. C.

in the ..Mclntoshectfon compelled to leave off th pacing I I J:'. C. HOFFMAN ,
grower Ollie's
It
was
\ -nts on Mam street
., : }fro l"5. P. Haycrift, a Pl'oYr""U.i are all well pleased over this and plod through the sand became it twelfth anniversary and she had a !I lol' 'la Representative. P!,nn* 20& Sa>">> Hotel Jeala. FU r
arm r, of Fellowship, was transactingbusiness I eason's crops. and they are all too !. dot.s not suit my neighbor who liv-s .ahousand dozen or more of her young friends i I _._ 1:'

la the "Brick City" ..WdnesJay. busy to stop and hear the candidates' miles away. t to help her celebrate the occasion in a --- ------ ---- .

*** says this is fine corn growing as was evidenced last Thursay The rights of a bond fide citizen too t royal manner Game were played re- ,- :
peeches
weather and has beei a ,
there
nevpr when they were there.Mr. .. ahead and make improvement: fershments '.served and the little ones ; .
\. l"ear when too much corn was made d afternoon -
his door should not be thwarted all had a big time. rent .
round
wish sell lease or ;
lands to
by hav
the Manon county farmers. Corn is who has for If you you i -
'. Proctor Pillans the utter lack of public- spirit .
by
.wa,.. a torxi ('rap.fiu I been attending In the golf contest on the links in if want to buy land:; for farming, grazing, ,-
er
he past eight months and indifference on the part of a non- you
the Gibbes ,
i last week for cup
Savannah
,.-.} Jennie Southers. of AIgQ \ the Chatt.'lnoogafedic3.l' College in esident _owning'contiguous property after a very interesting game, the cup turpentining or lumber purposes,

}.Ikb.. is in Ocaia soliciting sub- Chattanooga, l'pnn... was in OcaU Friay ,''I wish"the ladies success in their nobkork was won by Miss Bessie Denham. who Write to

itC'ti tk\t for the SouthernV Palm en rout to his home at Elctr t I and extend to them a helping is a very expert golfer, and wno is

Magazine, printed at Gainesville. Fla.Southera here he will spend several months' ,'I and. JAMES .\. iOORHEAD.I wvll known In this city.

owns the Algonac Couraad \acation with his parents. His BLOUNT REAL,. ESTATE CO
Ie-t' spent the -winter in Gainesville fathtr'l' railroad rate -bill Is getting: along '
J. C. Pillans, met him here I Politicians are on the move and poli- The .
Mr. -
FLORIDA
and f
was a, much pleased that she ishor cians ape warming 'Up.'I rat mighty! slow rate. OCALA, .

.f I-trnd visit Into the f\ummf.r i i"f companied han home. I I ,: .., .

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( WHY WAS ,SAN FRANCISCO DESTROYED -. I SENATORIAL CANDIDATES. "NE'ER CONSENT CONSENTED." BUCKMAN t ON FLORIDA' SCHOOLS. I -- --

l Tut:;; OCALA BANNER ,;'_ ? I ': _,- 1..tt4A ? 1s1'
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.....,.; !!J't. '*' .f 1Whenever- : j The acksonville Sum gives the following Capt. D. H.,, Baker and the Senator Strong Stand Taken by the Duval \ \; if

<.. : FRANK HARRIS,'Edit r. .* there is a great disturbance 4 editorial opinion of the fitness ship--Must.;:. u" Because His "As f' Statesman on the Famous School. }(
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r1 P. 'V. Leavengood, -Business< <*{ Manaer.ft. r of nature and ruin follows In"its and unfitness of some of the candidateswho sessment Is' Paid. Law That Is Improving the;.0. :

wake there are always some to pro School of t Florida. !
System
are aspiring for senatorial honors : C0TTS
.': -f.'oJ, claim that It Is a "judgment of ,God" Kendrick, Fla., April :7, '1906, i

;" ..-, ., and is done to show his fierce anger, i In the Jacksonville Sun the authorof !" .:
,.. .- To the Voters of the 20th ,Senatorial. 'ZI :{
: J f"--o" ""' his omnipotence ,and his power. The comments are readable and refreshing Buckman school
the law has the
,'"-.. i. f r..... \o Just after our great freeze we hearda District: muIsionWhen :
.7 ,?.!....\"Q-; "" i : I herewith submit certain letters following in answer to the papers i

I;'."., ...C..1..n ;iIO.., sermon delivered In the Methodist The Senator Fron* Volusia.It which have critcised the measured
Baker
from Capt. D., H. which will explain -
of the
church In this most
one
city by
I. -- e I Is not likely, In view of his long "I notice article' from
teK his and connection with 'the an cut the Jas;
eminent la state he my
: preachers our and record of public service .during which you go to a drug i
took the position 'that he saw in this senatorship. It 'will be ,seen that before per News, entitled 'The Buckman Law stcrq -
v (> y : I he has well lQoked. after Interests '
\ so the and ask for Scott's
'It.f"\ destruction the "finger of God;" that announcing my candidacy for this in a Nutshell,' an attack upon that Emulsion,
of his district, that Hon Frank --
':'j
iI tOU'M..j"'T : !I people had' grown rich and arrogantand Sams will be displaced in the affections office I bad Captain. Baker's posiUve measure, which Is entirely misleadingas you know what you want; the 1

,G had forgotten God, and that this of the people of Volusia county, assurance that he would not becomea to its statements, and is evidentlyan man knows' you ought to have '

_2i vjsltatlon was sent upon them to hum and his return to the senate may be candidate. E. C. McLEOD. endeavor to prejudice the public 'it. Don't be surprised
ble them before him though $
Motto: .The 'Banner believing those confidently expected. 'That this shouldbe "Orange Home Fla, April 18, 1906. mind against the law which as It has
That freeze killed all the orange if you are offered .
;4 at the top well able to take care of in Florida-from Laketo the case is a matter of importance "Mr. E. McLeod, Kendrick, Fla.: and the effect of its operation more. something -

themselves, has taken% its stand in the groves the Manatee river-a Orange distance of outside of his district. He has provedhis "Dear Sir-Go ahead: .can't possibly apparent is being accepted generally else. Wines, cordials, extracts, t

i barricades with the common ,people three hundred miles and in which territory :- worth as a legislator, and his loss get from home to make the canvass throughout the -state even by most of etc., of cod Ever oil are pentj.ful '1
:
to the senate would be a state misfor. ,
and its fight will be made for the betterment there lived many good men and that would be necessary under. the counties, which opposed its pas- but don't imagine you are 1

of those at. the bottom. good women, and yet, unless their tune.His alert mind enables him to see the circumstances in Marion county. If sage, as a most salutary -measure and getting cod liver oil when J.I

? groves were protected by extraordinary I Dr. Baskin one which must tend to the lasting you
could have been
1 -,--- a strike bill or a foolish bill, and woe generous
take them.
natural advantages all wlthqut exception I Every year for .,
,
be unto them when they appear inThe enough to have left it to Sumter, I benefit of the state's educational system. I thirty '"
( suffered alike. None escaped. : we've been ,.
r senate, for Sams is always in his would have deemed it .an honor to '?Oas years Increasing '

,Thi "Divine Sarah" sent 515,000 to "'ere the peopla of Florida more seat and his friends stand by him, the senator from the 20th; would "This article styles the law as a the sales! of Scott's Emulsion.
those of anJ ad-
sinful than Georgia
?: the California. sufferers. jacent states? when he calls on them. have done my best to legislate,, so as .means of 'oppression and robbery,' Why? Because It has always
*
to take Sumter out of the 20th ahd claiming that .Us sole object is to lay
Some fire occurred In
been better than
a
:years ago :
The Florida Press Association will The Senator From Columbia. any substitute
one 'Of the churches in Brooklyn N. myself out of office, and leave :Marion burdens on the industrial classes for .
meet In Ocala May 29, 30 and 31. '
Columbia it.
county in Dr. Julian hasa for
Y. It seems that the pastor and Sun- I' a senatorial district within herself and the benefit of the rich.: and 'a system 4 4Send
candidate fr the senate who shouldbe
The State Society of Horticulturists day school superintendent had decided whereby millionaires' sons may be ed.a- I
leave her with her county_ lines un
kept at home. Let him dose his patients I
are holding their annual convention in upon a Sunday school celebrationof cated at the of the Sucha for free sample
instead of practising legislative changed. This would have given me expense: ; poor.
Jacksonville this week. some sort and a Large number of
surgery at Tallahassee. One action of only half a term or one session, butI statement as the above must have

Mr .-Frank L. Stanton._ wife ot At church Sunday rehearsing school scholars for the were entertainment in the- his past service should be sufficientto should have taken great pleasure in emanated from a very warped judg- SCOTT & BOWNE. ChemIsts

lanta's gifted poet will soon take the One of the curtains caught fire condmn his candidacy in the minds .!doing that for .the grand old county ment as it could hardly have been 409-415 Pearl Street, New Ye* :

4$ lecture platform. and In a little while the building was of intelligent persons and that was of Marion, but he was determined to reached from a perusal of the law 50c. end $1.00. All druggists ,
his work against the liberal law
more
] I* -- in flames. In the panic which followed make the, race and from all I could itself or an understanding of the con- I '
San Francisco is to be re-built and for Florida newspapers and his decla-
L many children were crushed to death learn (without looking it, up), I would ditions which existed before its enactment being the very minimum at which the '
far better than It was before, In every ration that "the press had too much
and perished in the flames. have beat him Me institute can be maintained )
easily. But my wifeis and the :
liberty Of is
j respect. The architects and builders now. different stamp

-j. I are already busy!: desIgning structures We heard a preacher proclaim thatit his opponent Fred P. Cone, a lawyer alone with all my farm and grove "In the first place, the act did not system perfect ,

which will-or may-be earthquake was a judgment of God invoked of ability and of more liberal turn of work on hand. and I simply couldn't abolish any high schools in the state When the scats gats to a ; .

& proofA-SL Augustine Record. against the church because of the attempt of ,mind than his medical antagonist. afford to be from home during the The article states that but it Is nota where it Is either advisable
to convert it into a theater.On .
c -- Cone, Is a man, too who knows his time that would be required of me. to fact. The.high schools are a part able to affud to give ell its posltlolJ:1-:1
another occasion heard
k "The fondest wish of my heart," we a. people and their needs, and if he is make the canvass. I feel deeply grate- of the common school system of edu- absolutely free, education in
that there
preacher fire in
say was a
said Jefferson" a letter to John W. one.of the cities of this state. Among elected Columbia county can rest assured ful to you-and all my Marion county cation which the state established branch of learning from the primary i ,-
Eppes, "is that the surplus portion of that its contribution to the ,
: sen-
other buildings destroyed were the Catholic friends that so generously offered their :and which belong to each county. The department 'to a thorough
: taxes should be applied to the improvement -I ate will be productive of result. coleg1att\
s church, the Episcopal church and support to a Sumter county institutions which were abolished werea or university "
man. education. includine. ,
of canals, roads and useful S S S -' <

__ institutions.:: We want another the Presbyterian church, the Methodist The Senator From ,Putnam.A \ "I will do all I can for you, rest as- set of so-called colleges which did their board, clothing. books and expenses ,

: ) race of Thomas Jeffersons. church had not yet been destroyed, necessary part of legislative machinery i suerd of that; have already been at not belong to any county, but which while attending upon them. ,

and this preacher said he fell upon the man who knows. work. There is a picnic at Adamsvilleon were supported by the state 'at an than all such institutions can be operated ,.

Mrs. W. II. Felton continues to be hisknees'and. prayed as he had never i One who Is familiar wiTh the pre- May 5th. There will be no speaking.You eormous expense. If there Is any oppression free: of charge to the pupil: but
prayed before, that the winds might be
the in
brightest Georgia and
woman
|vious sessions and acquainted with the had better make it a point to be in an educational system, it until that is done the criticism is most "
shifted and his church saved that
: just
most versatile and clever writer. She
_ stutute book. A member who isableto there all I was under the old system, therr
:: recently spoke at a meeting of the at that moment the winds; were, shifted call bills'that day. will be there and see as inappropriate. '' ,
attention
to the if
kf' Confederate veterans and maintained i and the building saved as if the pastors that you meet the good people of Sum- was no equality of taxation for their The result of the operat'on of th-
passed would duplicate laws or nullify -
t:: the reputation she' has borne for along of ,tbe other denominations had ter. There Is always a big crowd there.If support for the reason that many o' Buckman law will have this effeIt
those to which n;) objection is f
t ; tIiie.The not prayed in their hearts just as made, is extremely valuable to the you know of any particular ser- the counties in which these colleges will require each county thigh o hf-vi d .

earnestly and sincerely for the spar- public service. When In addition to vice that I can render you just say happened to be located paid no tax school of its own which hih -
Pat Murphy letters in the Jacksonville ing of their churches.
this qualification such a man is pos- in what way I can do it and I, will had no high schools of their own. as schools In. addition to the money
,Sun the real in wit God is he is
are thing not impartial not angry '
sessed of a brilliant mind and the take pleasure in performing it for they could send .their children to these raised by taxation in the coumy ai" :
-t and humor and whether you agree and revengeful. He is not capri
t bearer of high character' it is: a.fatal. you." Respectfully yours, institutions while the other counties supported In vpart by the state. A : '
with his views or,not you must warm cious, yielding and unstable, if he were .
mistake to exclude him from the coun- D. H. BAKER. paid for their support. '
_ to the way in which he.presents them.Pat there would be confusion and constant present a large number of counties

J : is-an"ornament of the sui generis di"order In the universe. cil of the state's law makers. Such 'a S S S St The article further states that the haveno high schi.-ls: :: 3nd the ,'hiiaren i- '
Is Hin. E. S.
variety Jn Florida journalism.-Live God's laws are fixed and inexorable. man Grill of Palatka. "Orange Home, Fla., April 23. 10"6.' object of the old Agricultural Collegr in them carn'rt get an -'duration -
who is a candidate for re-election' as
Democrat. J They are not subject to 'change with senator.. from Putnam county. We I "Mr. E. C. MeLeod. Ocala Fla.: was to promote the liberal and prac- abva the primary grad'. .-; aa

every passing breeze. They are the "Dear Me-I hand :you a letter declining -j tlcal education of the industrial example of what this Jaw has -11--ul -'
PrisUr's Ink mentions thirty-twc trust and have reason to believe, that >
same yesterday, today and forever. If his constituency holds him at the same to become a candidate. I positively asses in the several pursuits of life." accomplished Leon county ha., b .nd-
newspapers of all kinds and descriptions these violated
laws are whether ig-
cannot get from home I would "This language is copied verbatim
value In which he is recognized ed itself for $100,000 to erect and rnain- _,
as being printed in Florida and norantly or by design, the party doingso
i-t throughout the state and will offer like for the Star 'and Banner both to into the Bue.kman law, yet the writer | tain a high school Previous toI!
does, not seem to think that any o* must suffer. If a ship at sea catches
_ ample testimony of approval at the publish the letter. I do not know probably never read that law as he time it Its children at the ?
them Very much exceed 1,000 in circulation fire. prayers are not sufficient to,sub- sept expense -

P..& .' It even mentions the Times- due the flames, only the heroic workof polls. whether Koonce will copy or not. Me, seeks to infer that that provision ? .Id of the state, to the so-called C-:- ,

the seamen at the pumps will do assure my friends that I, as. I wrote purpose was abrogated with the a'jjol lege located in TiUahassee, which ttu- ,
Union and Citizen as Florida's leadIng The Senator From Nassau.In .
ns this.and if they fall all on board must you before, most deeply regret to deny ition of the Agricultural College. It/i Buckman law abrogated to give place
daily, not seeming to know anything seeking the last material for the
: alike suffer. my friends, but the time of year fixedb true however that the Buckman law to a ,
; of the change that look place senate the voter of Nassau county isearnestly : b4i.I:
The fire an in that age ago. The ignorance consireding the candidacy of .
paper from Mount Vesuviushetlier there Hon. John McGitlin- and weighing him out of my power to enter the race. girls' college, and to prohibit the en- Miss Sara Harris left Tuesday afternoon
i l of Printer's Ink is' lamentable It is t
living it and
were any one near or not '
4ivE'n against Hon Thomas H. Davis, whois "With best wishes, and hastily trance into these institutions of children over the Seaboard for Orlando.
worse now than it was when so of the earthquake at San Francisco. *
trying to convince the people that "D. H. B KEP." in the kindergarten departmenh At Leesburg she was joined by MISS .
Rowell owned it. These great disturbances of nature, are .
: he should be. reelected.Mr. who had not'properly fitted themselvesby
Marguerite
Stringer of Brooksvllfe
_- only the result of natural laws which ,
Following is the
McGiflln. however letter referred to:
bright and previous study to
I Hon. };. lludsuu Burr' first in tine some day will be fully understood. enter upon a collegiate and they will attend the conventionof
capable, embraces the desirable qualitIes Messrs.:: I::. C. McLeod, J. D. Robert
way and then in another. 4s managing Vesuvius shot forth her fires and or university course, and this, the Daughters of the Confederacy in
sought in a man who will represent son and others of Marion county:
-ti. to get a good deal of free 'adrertls the earth 'had her convulsions in the instead: of being an injustice, is an that city this week as alternate delegates
all the all the time
people andif. Gentlemen-Your petition
_ Ing. from the newspapers. 1Odlf- western hemisphere\ long before it was wisdom pravails in the primary the to become candidate urging me advantage. The state already has a from the Brooksville chapter
for
a the senate
for
'j possible man to have provokedGod system of public schools which con-
ter nt from Tom
Appleyard, against people of that district will have no from the twentieth
to anger Ions before man had a senatorial districtwas sists of the primary department
: whopt, h* creates a suspicion and then occasion to regret the election of Mr.McGiffin. and
habitation here. received last Saturday afternoon.I .
the
warns the people of Florida to beware high school. The 'high school

i\ of. .Mr. Appleyard puts his announce Hon., H. Hudson. Durr, member. of Ills record in the legislature of 1901 beg to assure each one of you individually leaches to the twelfth grade After TIRED Of LIFE[
well
as as others ofIarion's
many
has him that pupils entE'r'the
proved to be
ment-in the newspapers of Florida in the Florida railroad cominission and a wise and satis- may university _
factory legislator. His ) good citizens who have written and
i: a manly dignified manner and pays a candidate for re-c>lt.'ctlon. denouncese acquaintancewith after going through the eleventhgrade.
the laws of the state, and his intimate me personal letters of the same
for tI.lt\ amo at regular contractprices. a "preacher-legislator" over in west pupils may enter the .sSrl's. col
t *' knowledge of parliamentary\ law purport as your petition that I most lege. It would be AWfUL S.UffRI[ Ii I'
just
t-1 / > Florida as a' "grafter," and proceedsto make him effective. sincerely appreciate your kind words as reasonableto :
I
I 1 --- ---_,-- -- riddle the unfortunate gentlemanwith assert that a chik\\ who' is learningits
-.i and expressions of esteem and confidence -
Ttya Han Francisco hewspapefs ABC's
are an avalanche of invectives. It Divorce. was entitled to enter the

_ 'showing' tire .true American grit, energy seems that these two statesmen hada and I with all my heart I thank high school as it would be to claim From Dreadful Pains From Wound : ron

and pluck. The Call for instance, |you for them but I regret to say that '
t friendly correspondence and 'tl e"preacherlegislator" The supreme court of the United that a boy who was not prepared by Foot'-System All Run Down t
:
olid .not 'miss Issue.
an The day after States has just handed down decis- my varied industries here-farming, previous 'of
a course studies should
the Hre it issued edition oakland frankly told the enter After Six
an from Months'
stock
ion which. effects divorces in all the raising and fruit growing-pos- the higher branches which AgonyNotAbleto ,: "
railroad commissioner the university
( : he wouldha'e
that
has
and not missed issue
an. since.
.
states. If we understand this decision itively will not allow me to devote the is intended Work-Completely Cured '
.ordered a new outfit and will be his friends distribute his litera'hire to teach. There :, : i
correctly all divorces obtained by par- time that wouldbe required should I
bigger and better than ever. So, also, for him in. las'county and makea ties not residing in the same state at enter the would be no necessity for a university in Two WeeksMIRACULOUS ,

of nearly all the other In race. Again thanking you, a. girl's college, nor .
newspapers personal campaign in his, behalf if the time the divorce was granted are and was there any
t the stricken city. This is the enterprise the commissioner would makeit declared illegal. with kind regards and best wishes, necessity for the institutions which CURE
BY
1/ .>f the new century and is making the "worth while.sked what this The decision is far-reaching in its I am- Very truly yours, were abolished, if it were not intendedto .

k new century just what it is.Over D. H. BAKER. make them CUTICUBABEMEDIES"Words
|"worth while" meant he was told, conclusions so much so, in fact that institutions of higher

Justice Holmes of Massachusetts in learning. If it is the j
,
that it meant purpose of the
Montlcello the Bother day a an amount necessary to Orange Home, Fla., April 25: 1S06.
'* [rendering a dissenting opinion, says: state to cut off our cannot speak highly enough -
!
1 "cover boys and
witness before the grand jury which actual expenses, which h "Hon. E. C. ilcLeod, Ocala, Fla.: girl for the Cuticura
"I do not suppose that civilization from Remedies. 1 am now
was investigating "blind tigers," was placed at one hundred dollars, as, said "My Dear Sir-Word reached an education above the high seventy-two of : 4
me
will come to an end whichever years age. Jly system 1
I way school
asked if he had education then
-4
bought whiskey from the preacher-legislator "the is there is no usa
county |this case is decided. But as the reason- yesterday: that my assessments had badbcenallrun -' :
i. any one and who it was. He replied at all in having N11 -,
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anything blood
large covering aboye the ft down. :
twenty-one election' ing which pervails In the mind of the been paid in b->th counties and my "' My .
I by pointing to a member of the grandjury t high school 4. :1
but as it was the was so bad that
district If the preacherlegislatorreally majority does not convince me and name sent in to Chairman Fletcher. It purposeas : t
and said he was the man. The I expressed In j, .e it blood poisoning
meant to put out to as I think that the decision this is our constitution, to a .
humor of this disclosure provoked canvassers not only true, I must enter the race, butI I I -- $ hud set in. I bad :

1' much langhter.-Live Oak Democrat. cover the county in Mr. Burr's behalf reverses a previous well considered decision yet hope it is not so,, but if I am a I create a system of higher education I 'I ; several doctors ::

and distribute his literature it seemsto of this court. but is likely to candidate and elected I will, I feel higher than the individual countir attending me, eo : 1

1. John Temple Graves, lecturer, publicist us that the "actual expenses" in cause considerable disaster to innocent sure be able at the session of 1901 to could give through the high school .. ,f. finally r went to :

ft and editor has surrendered his doing so would quickly eat up one persons and to bastardize children help to legislate Sumter out of the system already established, then tnc the hospital. where "; Ii

: ambition of ever wearing the senatorial hundred dollars. A friend of Mr. Brow- hitherto supposed to be the offspringof 20th, and myself out of office and give proper way to accomplish_ '. _it_ WgCtn n__ 'Y two IwasIai4upPfJ months. Jliy i,'
lawful marriage, I think it ,
toga from has properto
Georgia, quit the
lecture L.. piauorm. _. ana_ win,.. Henceforth_ srd' tells us, that--'--- in--. the-- oamn.iim.---- _. -- of. express my views." Marion back to her people as a senatorial concentrate funds and efforts to that 'q \ J foot and ankle were : :

I 1904 he paid out of his own pocket a end in one or two good institutionswhere almost beyond: ,1
; devote his time and talents to giving Justice White, of :Mississippi, who district within herself. which W. Dark

? the people of Georgia a great news- sum aggregating more than six hun- wrote the opinion of the majority of will conform to the resolution passedby these objects could be practically Wood flowed out of recognition.wounds in many ,

paper.- The order of Grave's talents dred dollars for distributing Mr the court. among other things says: the executive committee of both carried out than it was to scat- Places, and I tija BO disheartened that ifi

peculiarly fit him for newspaporial Broward's literature in this and adjoining "Under the rule contended for (full counties.. ter them among eight or nine, as has thought surely my last chance was

;_ work, and be will succeed in the sanctum counties. So it looks to a man faith and credit shall be given in each "Hastily and sincerely been the case heretofore at a much slowly leaving me. As the foot did
yours. not
while he might. have failed in the up a tree, as if our supremely zealous state to the public acts records and .D., H. BAKER.. greater expense and with no appreciative -j bow improve I fdt., Iou' can readily imagine
'' Judicial proceedings of amply disgusted
-3 'nate. every other result.
railroad
commissioner has discovereda and tired of life.
state). it would follow that I stood this pain,
mare's nest of extremely infinitesimal the states Letter from Hon. Geo. G. Mathews. "As the .funds with which these ol A Reunited whose
Country. laws weer the most lax as to and
proportions. Yet it may appear institutions are supported were derived ..: during this time I was cot able to :
length of residence
required for domicile Ocala. Fla., April :7 \feu a shoe and
190t\ from the not able to work.
When a United States man-of-war as "graft" 'to Commissioner Bun same
source
to for as the
as causes divorce "Some
and to
To one about CutJ-
I the Democratic Voters spoke to me
goes down to a Confederate reunion mountain high as he seems to be running speed. of procedure concerning divorce of MarionC6unty funds with which to support the new curl The consequences were I bought

4 ttnd the 'commander-ln- hlef of the his campaign on a free excursion would in effect dominate all the other : Institutions namely taxation and the a st of the Cuticura Remedies ofone.pC

Grand Army! of, the .Republic: clasps basis. \ states. In other ,words.any person who At the last moment having been induced man who owns the largest 'amount o' my friends who was a drug-

; hands ta fraternity with the supreme was married in one state and who to enter the legislative race and property must usually pay the gist, and the praise that I save aftei

commander. of the United Confederate. 1 Death of an Editor. wished to violate the marital obliga- fearing"that it may not be generally amount of tax. it greatest the second application is beyond

-t. -Veterans i when the Confederate known would seem r deacrpton ; it seemed a miracle,
tions would be able. by following the that I am out I deem it necessary sufficient answer to for
: graves in the north are to be decorated trY.. \V. Ashley associate editorof lines of least resistance. to into to publish this the article In the the Cuticura Remedies took
go the short letter effect
i; by the federal government and when so Jasper News to say that if higher Inrne the state education
Gainesville while
Sun.
sitting at whose laws were the most' lax. that friends the
CuUcura
my help
may me now as were a J"th Soap before applj-ing
Joe and Wheeler rests between .the Blue his; desk Thursday afternoon died suddenly and there avail of them for the purpose I they have in the pa>t The people of who paid for it luxury that only thosf Ointment and I took the Resolventatthesametime.
the
Grayat Arlington there are f'I Death must have been painless of the severance of the marriageties Marion I should be entitled ..to.I After two weemrcat-
( l county know me and if electedI I but
ftigna of
a reunited The notwithstanding mtnt
country. and and the destruction of the rights the fact that the my foot was healed completely.
instantaneous his
r as pencil dropped
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countries f my nothing but People
othe-r. resulting from his- |of the other party to them3.rri g support of these institutions who had seen my foot duringrny
hand to the floor with musf
L from civil strife have taken years to j I al j! contract to the overthrow of the laws gratitude to the people for their past come from taxation, a student illness :ZldY.hOMveseenjt since the
heal, but in a generation sentence uncompleted. The deceased i kindness can be cure, can hardly believe "
the America and
: I!and public policy of the other states." support and will appreciate admitted to either the their own eyes.

]f'e'r4 people have fraternized and noth<> ,was a strong writer a cental mmiwnionahle -j their influence in this primary. the girla' college or Robert' Schoenhauer,

people of ;this.. country are united ir tone man and was fifty-seven!j President Diaz at Mexico, g.i$31),- j university 'at an approximate lese Aug.21 Sold J905 XewburghN.Y.
i .. Respectfully, cost than tzocot
he the
: cause<-ram1'B U rd.. \t boar of age. Peace. to his ashes. W to the California, unfortunates. -- GEO. G. MATHEWS. could under the old In.titution en Fn1. 25e.SOc., &eioIY !.IOe.iO WOIId. form CWfcmfc.RS5e.OW(*Cuocolite Coat*
T the pet vial ct 0.).
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For some time.past we have?been trying to invent a plan by which to test the value of newspaper advertising;' At. last ,we

ff ( have concluded that the only way to do it was shiply: to pay the people of this and adjoining counties to tell us. .

The way will.pay you will be by allowing all customers who cut out coupon below and present same at our store. : :" I


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I : It is a known fact that we sell cheaper than any other house in Central Florida. Our main reason is we sell for C0SH ONLY,

: All our goods-are marked in plain figures. Th only thing you have to ,do is make your purchase, have the bill made out at our

regular prices then present the coupon and you WillK allowed 20 per cent. Discount. -

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.:'0 The,Following Will Give You an Idea of How Much Money You Can THE FOLLOWING: -
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to $1.00 You Can Save 20cts.
},' Oq) Purchases Amounting Dry Goods Embroideries and Laces Ladies and Men's Shoes
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Purchases to $5.00 You Cai I Save $1.00.
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GO> Amounting
a Hats Trunks, Ladies and Mens Furnishings Meats Boys Clothing
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to $10.00 You can Save: $2.00.
On Purchases Anjouqtiog)
Hardware Tinware Glassware Clocks
Lamps and Win-
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On Purchases Amounting to $15.00 You can Save $3.00. 'dow Shades *

On Purchases- Amounting>) to 20,00 You cad I Save 400. I .
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THIS IS SEASONABLE GOODS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. t
A CHANCE TO BUY PRICES ARE SUBSTITUTED FOR FAKE SALE TICKETS WITH THE SAME FIGURES ON THEM. NEARLY EVERYBODY KNOWS OUR REGULAR PRICES
t THIS' IS NO HUMBUG SALE AT WHICH REGULAR ELSEWHERE IN THIS PAPER) OF $100 TO THE PARTY WHO CAN PROVE THAT WE HAVE RAISED THE PRICEON A SINGLE ITEM DURING THIS
ON SOME GOODS., WE OFFEF A R ,WARD MENTIONED. DISCOUNT ON PURCHASES AMOUNTING TO LESS THAN ONE DOLLAR.. NO ALLOWANCE WILL BE MADE TO ANYBODY UNLESS THEY CUT OUT
.SALE. THSSALE WILL ONLY LAST ONE WEEK. NO ,
THE COUPON AND,PRESENT SAME AT TIME OF PURCHASE. -
We Have Only One Price Consequently Our Goods are now Marked down to the Limit of Legitimate Profit. e s

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The Bearer of this Coupon os entitled to 20 PER CENT. Discount :
t.. .: on alll! Purchases From May 7 to May 12 Inclusive. r.
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OUR SHOES ARE SOLD UNDER A PERFECT GUARANTEE :'t : ... WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY ON ANY AND.ALL
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PETE STANLEY'S REPLY. }and self. Can you think of anything The Victory. tegrity. or to insinuate for one moment SALE MEANS MUCH TO OCALA. \ft55ionai. -

[more absurd or ridiculous? I that there was any Intent ou his partto .
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t Tke id quI'"1 ; > 1)> 'i < r ae: .p.M t "Scj run that-may obtain."-IO ; do anything dishonest, which-conferrfng Capita! Stock Increased to $100,000 l. .
<' f FULL .
Hit. .
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: \,1>.aJ. :4..i> J1" Y 'W tP> > ce.c \ ( ,< >'D .h. <;n '>. tUURIL a 1lL..JJ.Xx. -: .

i: When a fentteoom feJdes fcfaaselJ be* 1 "Voter. you and ".- -( D' gt] n \hUttf\: 'K tlt < atorney l1b1'th mm'3. aarf e- t'>): 't' < .' > I -..

Mud the impenetrable notti te plumeof home and as k yow -wives aad babtea Of grievous etumbliag all ashamed > to ifr. D 'g statement D "'i <<''W- < \ "I'

-Voter." "Otlaen. ."Con-l-Open" to', forgive' you. <5< &tid sin no more. She lays by recent guilt oppress witness stand, inwhich he stated that r The Ocate Foundry a Machine 1TI Lit'&s.

(?) and such for the purpose of PETER STANLEY. .' I had during a. tf u.s..iIol1.witlJ him at i Works under the ownership and management I. -
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shielding his real name from his absurd Citra FIa. May 1, 1906. She :ays, by recent guilt oppresst- Judge Ormond's court, on February 20 I A'I'fORNEV.AT.LOce
of Mr. N. W. Harison. has \W.
w expressions, it's evidence that Now World! 'tIs thine to chafe last made threats against him ancothers i ( in G&.r.jn

.p "there's eomethtag dead up the creek" OFFICIAL PROGRAM FOR MEET- For with thee Is the Church abreast; in Gainesville, I wish to say, injustice .:gorwn to be the largest establishment i OCALA. .)
In Ocala but ,.s large as it la it will 'tO
Of all the to tribute ING FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIA to myself. I must most -----
attempts pay The Church! the Church is safe! deny '
be largely increased under the man- : iEL
EDWIN
-i I (o Mr. Sistrunk but one Is traceable TION. emphatically, this statement of Mr.' _
.I augement of Its new owners.
to any real being, and that was paid O God, In this her trial-race Dale's. There were several persons A'rrOH
Lake A list of the will EY-AT-LAW.
City April 20.-The annual incorporators give
ahn In my first letter recommending I She's ever cause to tear, standing around during my conversation OCALA .. ,.&v. .
some Idea of Its strength and will indicate J1.o
4 Mr. Davis for state's attorney. "\ otf'r," ineetlngxOf the Florida Press Association When falsely turning from thy face with ,Ir Dale, and I am sure ----- -

ia replying to the said article] made a : will be held in the city of Ocala She loiters in. the rear. that I can easily prove that he was the possibilities of its growth. J E. CIU sK .
The following are the new incori .
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i complete failure in his attempts to and mistaken when he made such a state-
Tuesday, Wednesday 1'hursda IJtSTIST -
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Insinuate upon the "Ohio gentleman"or nut once abreast-such wondrous ment on the witness stand under oath.I : QC.\LA
Mry 29, 30 and 31, 1906. burg,_ Pa.; Edward Holder, Ocata; lL
to add a single star to the .crown power have never made a threat against --
01 me "cracKer boy," and there is butlitLle The opening session will be at 7:3C Hath Holiness o'er Sin- any: one in Gainesville; I merely expressed John L. Inglis, Rockwell; D. A. 'Clark, CARLOS L. SIS1 RCNK, !
Martel: Walter Ray. Martel Arthur
: for me to reply to-just shoot p. m. on the first named date and The World is feeble from that hour; my displeasure ai false evidence ; ATTORNEY.AT.LAW. :

; toward the direction from where the the adjournment will be at noon on The Bridal Church doth win! he had made against me: and Hardaker, Martel; George Mackay, Room 4. Ma'iAic BiiHdioeiil ,

: smoke rose la all I can do* For the Banner, by which I told jiim to his face was not Ocala; D. E. Mclver Ocala; T. T. .
Thursday.The .
\I un roe. Ocala Z. C.
Without touching upon the points MRS. A. E. GRAHAM. true and which I am prepared to prove ; Chambliss 'U. SINCLAIR
following program has been ar- Ocala: G. S. Scott Ocala; Louis R. ,
; t ) < s- ?? < ? 2" ;ps, by four competent witnesses.

r g $ 2' <'t" -; : <<< 1 A& $ .r. A. a. matter of fact because of my Chazal Ocala; Charles S. Cullen, STENOGRAPHER & T pEWlUT

I } !,> ro te b.% \{ ? <4 1 > j4_ > : M;:< rd 4tl $'77)J?'O21 }&7 .D"'l\\l .. W<'{'. Ocala; H. .. tnI Notary pq\\.t\ ,
1il& jj. Tft halted to orvfet 6 y f't s{ ( < ?. < c&s.4n c1cat. .
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refer to the two caad d&te b2l'tn' 2.p >Jy1"ese T" 'nt < <, Si.c\e.<
dent George W. TVUsoc. turn to Fls'Tda anil Stand Tc-i<{- : J.( .ro)}: )u'1 m 1 ctcc'oratnstthc < <"
places, and objecting so seriously t t. \ve evctLee: be-1bT {?s' graa 2 1l11', : _
Invocation-Rev. C. C. CarrolJ, of the f point of business &\ .
my "time-honored customs and democratic Makes a Statement although 1 have been urged to J' so The above nttraes are --- .- --.-- : -
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,principles" because t r com- Baptist chui'cb.Address in defense of myself by shifting any. the strongest, most solid and active we The Farmer's -' -
of welcome on behalf of J. N. Strobhar was seen after his have living in this section. Girl
mended Mr. Davis upon the fact that responsibility upon another; and -
I the city Mayor Richard McConathy; release and made the following statement Mr. McLannahan, of the firm of Mc-
he had
; some experience in the duties I certainly by affection and admirationfor Up in the early
f: of the office he would call it good response by Tom F. McBeath; on behalf to a Constitution rePorter that grand and noble gentleman, Lannahan & Stone of Holidaysburg, Just at the break morning of

democracy to votefor Sistrunl: and of the local press. C. L. Bittinger; "I want to assure the public that I Co! H. F. Dutton, as well as the other Pa., now makes most of the machineryused Straining the milk in the day,
response Frank A. dairy.
Walpole.
against Davts because Sistrunk was members of the firms of H. F. Dutton by' the phosphate plants, not onlyin
-- Rfecttitton Oia of' have no disposition whatever to enter Turning the cows away
Welcome-3IJss ;
bam In Florida and Daviswas not t & Co., bankers, arid the Dutton Phosphate this countbut in all sections of
Mabel Blttlager.. of Ocala "Daughters i Into an extradition contest I am anr- : l-1ol"l L Instead o.f being made at Holt Sweeping the floor in the kitchen
This gentlemen is a new plank in the Company would prevent me )Making
,of the Press Association. :bus to return to home In Gainesville t idaysburg the beds upstairs.;
-my from as formerly, this machinerywill
platform to of
;: me. bringing anyone their employees Washing the breakfast
And The Relation of the Publisher to the shadowed : Dusting the parlor hairs.CHORUS.
by an officer. I tried to Works.
says hell bet so and so that return J. N. STRO1JHAR. -
;? Peter Stanley Is not a Floridian! Politician, Claude L'Engle, Sun. Jack- there from Canada and would Capt. John L. Inglis, hose name appears -

Snades of sonville. have adone so. but for the misrepresentations as one of the incorporators. Is at
Ignorance Thou tiasi Ed. Wartmann
curiosltlea at Tallahassee. Oh.
Journalistic Ethh'*. Adrian P. Dor- of \$& the head or the DUDDflon how merrY the lay._ asTV _! tsgay.
upon 1hy W5ssu\ shore 5>to? .13ta. .Ct- Phonh5to u_ _._____ n Q'
dan, JleraW }'UDta Gor a. tre1r. (. n.rc.2rn.vpvsisted __> Company, Port Sagtts, "t''t'ma.Cm
Gentleman, your absurdities are sot n H 32cr.nF )>. Ya., 1 YSr 2 1 M.. > sing ol
Music Ze
upon my remaining there until a.n .tvd tfte armera 'TY
Rad.ecC2remlC,2
dtetatseful that the flowers }
upon your Much that is good can be said of
tropical DOW Editorial Responsibility in the Jlatter they could hear further from the rail- Company, located at Port Ingiis, and Hurrah how merry The Say 'W ca
shores their neaus '
_ : very shame! Wonder the soft sweet in of Public Morals! -J. W. White, way officials, who Detective Carring- any man-especially if he happens to uses a large quantity of machinery.The today
Fraternal Record. Jacksonville. ton claimed hail from Marion county. Just a word Of the merry fanner's girl
were absent from New other
the
names of
freezes dotfl. cease fc> fte Aftpwv lisa' i incorporatorsare
J} elltg dZll21a} AaS1eore \'Ic for our friend, Ed L. Wartmann, from
.evening aVroosjiSvfe's >T. ctty, teicKae me ta Uel'e th ltllOll large business men and use im-

Taking dt words W.souvilte. W'r\"' -G'.I"3.d tiier return, and UJ>D recelt one wlia worked w>&? })m ai 'SaSSanassee m't .{<. ot t' tataecqt you con-
r your you
: of further advice and directions from' anb wl'>o jsaw biro sSaSSj &cowe }}1mm, 'Eo] r- a \ to 'tom 11
: floe the state's citizenship to those : v& fcs\ Qa trJlls.ol np. Dtan Snn ,
born vithfal her borders. Then what ; Music. them that all differences would be I honest and manly effort endeavoringto Works. \\\'b.Th{ { t q\\\\ f.

are the balance of the great population 1 Adjournment, satisfactorily adjusted. These their I fulfill his every promise (expressed Heretofore the Ocala Foundry and Spinning: the stocking yarn;


I from 9SQ a. tn. Business session. Reports prise, disgust and contempt of my attorneys about sixty, which will be Down on the grass below
t came Alabama-an adjoining : had intrusted him with their proxi s.' increased to :
-#- oountto the Florida line-at the age r of secretary, treasurer and the various :. as well as myself, proved to : one hundred or more, which means 1 Ransacking
of 16 years, since whkh time I have'' ,!standing committees. be another one of their traps, misleading As a committeeman and a. committee i much in the upbuilding of our city. lV4re the ml strawberth, gr .;
11 a. m.-Reading and discmslon i of deceptive worker Mr. Wartmann Is especially
labored misrepresentations, The growth of this shows
unceasingly for the stateVin- enterprise .
.papers.Xewspaper. from every point of view. good-always there and always work- the CHORUS.
terests. Then, under your "time-hon advantage of manufactures even in
'ored customs and, democratic princi Advertising-\V'm. A. "If I am permitted to return to flor- ing-and a.q a member of the claims in a small way. This concern started Starcbing the "fliin's" for Sunday,

pIes" I am yet a citizen of Alabama Russell. News. Palatka. ida, unmolested I will return direct to committee and committee on militia some years ago at Orange Lake with Churning the snowy cream,

and not of Florida! Does It Pay to Have a Clubbing 6ainesville just as soon as I can arrange and state troops he succeeded in only six or eight employees It wasafterwards Rinsing the pails and the strainers\

I2 List?-Philip Isaac, Pres })rt1)'- a few bus l1es matters of importance moved Down in the running stream. .
Shatles o f Afos a blocking more than one objectionable to Ocala absorbed -

_ : What Interests does the people of ers roilowed by discus ion' I here, which will require about measure that was headed straight fo the Stevens & Graham Foundry and I Feeding the geese and the turkeys,,:

other tates-ESPECIALLY' THE I I I Adjournment. i I two days. If I am not permitted to return the treasury.A Machine Works, and when purchased \1 Makingthe pumpkin pies F

NORTHERN STATES 2:30. p. in.-Business session. that way, and under those conditions by Mr. hanson was increased to what i| Jogging the littel one's cradle,
-have in Florida
? Is there Rural Routes. Do they Help th,- Local : I shall then ask protection at the first term man who is placed on it now Is. i; Driving away the flies.L'
any way a state in the
I Union that has held up to the north Paper?-T. J. Applejard.! Index, hands of the state according all extenuations the committee on state institutions Under his management it purchased

_4 more glittering Invitations? Have ue Lake City. accorded to an extradition public roads and highways. militia and the lot on Xorth Main street, whichit CHORUS. .
Ready-Prints. Arn they a H *Ip or a subject under the forty-eight out of fifty-six roll calls Grace is'in
(or you. If you so term citizenship), L treaty existing between now occupies and constructed the every motion

_ not painted your resources in every : Hindrance?-W.' W. Jones RiinntT,, I Great Britain and the United reporting later four times -ut of the immense buildings which cover almost i| Music in every tone

_ shade and tint found among the flowers I!.I Chipley.I ]i States us well as the protection of eight absent, voting every time when the entire area of the lot. It is located j i Beauty of form and feature

?,, of the Eden land? Held up your Special Editions! -K. T. Rjington,, I I!which 1 am entitled under the laws of present, save two (minor matters). un- not only near both railways but the II j Thousands might covet to Own.

_ r climate to the sick and delicate: tolc :j: X cws, Miami. lour own country. doubtedly has a pretty good idea of Atlantic Coast Line has a track run- I. Cheeks that rival spring roses,

V of your .mineral your inexhaustible The Use of the Linotype in a Country I "I have jw fear of the outcome of what the people sent him th' for. ning directly into the buildings.At || Teeth the whitest of pearls.
,. Office S. Welter Johnst.ni. Agrl'culturalist ,i this prosecution at home re !' One of these '
forests of timber and your fruit tree i my in Flor- At present castings are made only., country maids is worth
,: Tallahassee, as at home he i.
l.Land.Adjournment. 'ida. ,
I -A
bearing balls of gold trucking, stock-' am fully prepared to meet any every other Jay. Under the new management score of your city girls -

raising, and the list is not half told- : j i issue or charge which this prosecution very popular, and his associations castings will be made every t j j CHORUS.
':31) I' m.-Invocation. rtev. T. W. may precipitate from while there were at all times persons Ocala _
have you not invited capital from thf j the accusa day and the Iron Works will

north with these pictures? II Moore, of. th,' Methodist church. .'tions they have already charged or of culture and relinement-nen: of be beyond all odds the largest plant The Story from Starke. 3
I
c._ You have said to the rich( -come. 31 US it'. any others they may promulgate' strong mind. and character, the men of its kind between Jacksonville and .: _.-- .i-

help us to build up the waste places ,I Annual Pot m-Tom 1'. McBeath ,against me. Neither do I fear the de- who, to a large degree, control the' Tampa.In Wonderful stories are now gohig

_ You have said to the It' I School Exponent, Gainesville. vfcJopiwnt of their pet negative which affairs of to the public about the returns -Jtl'
looking
poor-oqme; our state government whose' over the old records we
a poor man's country. You have said Florida and Its l Future Miss Jeffcr-.I they have pictured so vividly, and find that the first the strawberry crop down in
_ l acts as law makers redounJ ro their incorporators of tbe I
_ t son) BelL county at and around Starke. Thiafc]
to tha laborer we have plenty to dc I It Worth Capital Tallahassee.Is .- I I boasted publicly of 'RwobhAT to own honor and buito up thd tvauu- old foundry were, the following: Geu. /of $2QOO() in cash for the
While to Be Stripes..
I:' and the wages are high. You have sail? I an Editor? of [W. Wilson D. II. Irvine. F. A. Gard- \ straaberriaj
_ to the professional man-come: th -Harry L. Drown. Record St. Au- f '1 am sure a perfect development of I our great state. ner, C. Rheinauer. M. Fish 'l. A. E. f!I gathered down there this spring. 1t Ji
II We that
jgustme.Music.. I such a picture honestly believe that f" ? people good money turned loose among
would be
fields
are whitewith harvest-time quite as be- Dekmest J. R. KJrdsey and William .
'coming to the physiognomy of Marion county are fortunate in comparatively few people In return fir
frosts and the grain should be gar of the artist Fox. 1
nered in.From The Press and the Temi>erancei ,i himself, as he would be befited to having the services of this gentlemana Looking at what it was then and la lot of little berries grown in a geI

-; Poll an Afro. Vm'o r'.. 'hlM. l"h"nlr.n..... I such a costume. man of erous soil eager -tn vMI_ them t/i. theA
good jUdgment. On ----- '-
old ocean's wave-washed I -.-- I moral what it is today It is readily seen

z snores 10 me great lakes ui the bus) Arcadia. "1 have. no desire to evade the slight- stamina business ability and legislative that these pioneers built better than I.labors of the truck farmer. In thedays f.tt)

north has The Florida Editors-}". E. Harris, est technicality of the law There experience knew. of the simple life down south i
your message been borne is no -tendered for their: acceptance they

_ upon the bosom of every passing Banne'r, Ocala. man who has a higher regard. for the and if every county In the We say success to the Ocala! Iron there was a little patch of straWbe1.a.

_ breeze and heralded In every "northrn -., The Humorous Side of the Country laws of his country, or to live in abso- state had such an opportunity, and Works and we hope that it will be a ries in each agrden strictly for hO ff:
Newspaper Editor John M. Caldwell lute conformance I consumption and our fathers \roU1d
home. to these laws -j.I
: than I. all precursor to other and larger plants : >
availed ,
News themselves we would havea have
Jasper. I realize that despised 'the thought of nuking 1
I
i. With what effect? am placed at a very and are reminded that when such

: J Look around about you. Let youimind's uslc. great disadvantage.. Without means legislative department of which any ac have fcold of it are willing to men Invest I money from. .such a source. They were {-.

; eye penetrate the fog of jeal The Press and Educa.tion-A. M. C. myself with which to conduct a law state should be justly prouJ. their money hero it means much too busy wearing out the neb soil rfV ,
Russell, Argus. suit J. L. BILLINGSLEY. a grand empire raising cotton and cutting -
ousy. What .are our northern Florid Brooksville.The ; and having no one upon -whomto of Marion. for the future of Ocala. -

lans doing? They have harkened uatc Use and Abuse of the CartoonW. call for pecuniary aid. Were it not down our noble forests of priceless :.J-

the message and come.' Dazzled by out L. Straub. Times St. Petersburg. for the magnanimity and high sense Rank Treason. At the Skating Rink Last Might. value to make "new ground" to .;::

oft-repeated stories of the land of perpetual Should an Editor Hold OfBce?-Jos. !of justice of my attorneys, Kilpatrick i Some there- raise more cotton to think of anything _
day is
I sunshine and fields of ever- H. Humphries Journal Braldentown.The & Moore, athl Reuben Arnold, who revolt in this going to be a terrible From Last Friday's Daily. so insignificant as mere strawberries ."

: ripening fruits; charmed by the mag- Editor Who Reads and the Editor have defended me without a dollar fora boiled shirt. We country against the About thirty young men and boys for a money crop. We of this genera :
are not
_ nlflcent forests, lakes and streams arid Who ltsn't-.r Sara Harris fee, and who have guarded my interests boards on our bosoms going to wear chartered the skating rink last night tion know better but we don't know

1 lulled into that happy southern style, fiannrr. Ooald.Music. I and welfare as a brother, while picket fences when surmounted by it yet half as well as we ought to, ana "

movements and-manners characteristic ( the prosecution-the Atlantic CoastLine feels cross and the laundryman ,and gave a skating patt)'. which was this story from, Starke of a princely :.]
I cuts '
_ a
of the southerner, by the balmy breezes Your Competitor: How Ut"t to Han ] Railway Company the American our collars. American saw edge on very largely attended and proved to fortune in hard cash added to the assets ,-

that sip the sweets of every flower and j. lIe Tarn Him-Wallace Stovall Tribune. I Surety Company, are possessed of untold to rise in its might manhood some day is going be a most delightful evening. There of the county in a. stogie season };

';r perfume the rolling blue travtss of the I I pa. I wealth and influence. The two carefully drop the and from "mere strawberries' is a timely ,.

briney deep. Is the Editorial Page a X' *!sit .? j l corporations haltingly announced by into the next lot. starched shirt dyer were about sixty skaters and also a reminder that we have tots to learn ,?
; [Frank 1. Mayes, Journal. their French Canadian where the tin cans large of the immeasurable all
_ They have come and with them come I j: advocate, Mr. are. Today we haven't the number of spectators, who great wealth lying .$.

.-- sinew and muscle; brain and bone and I j j The Daily Newspaper In en-1.eola.J Parris. that their object in entrappingand do it. We are under the domination nerve to enjoyed witnessing this interestingand around us waiting only for intelligent 1'.

energy. Their 'hands have touched the Town-H. II. I'rt''Iry. 4un. forcing upon me extradition proceedings social and of energy to gather it in.-Live Qak t-
I commercial
;: wheels of progress everywhere and set I ville. was to create prejudice propriety': to graceful exercise. ,Democrat. _

111'- -mumm-.'- .lne' Krf'at. ma'hlnt'r. ). of. pros- 1 1a I Musio.Adjournment.. '[against me in Florida. Finding that such to rise an and extent proclaim that we do not n_ d:1r.____ .. This diversion is something new u 'I' _ _- -- 'I
y our freedom In. Governor
perity. j this might be more difficult than they.1 the the Broward is not a drainage 1'i.
name of liberty of young people of Ocala.
And now, finding n.> other excuse i Thursday. May 31. i anticipated, they resorted to the. dom of person and free- I. but manyof expert, but he is a fair politician, aod if.
9:3o a. m. schema to conscience. Some day we will them have gone to knows how to "keep *
upon which to base their jwrwnapreferences -Unfinished business 'I take me to Georgia a state I wear soft work in earnestto a stiff upper lip :1
shirts
there are those \\howoul.l len ral discussion on matters of into that I have always respected admired and the and flowing collars I learn this Intricate. art and some with respect to his political projects 1 t
man who
: pull from its peaceful resting pUcf t'rest the association.Adjournment. !land loved but where I was not known board on his bosom wears a starched of them are developing into expert 'I In Pensacola the other day he assuivd :i .

the dear old Confederate Has? and unfurl '; and where they believed they could iron around his and a sheet of cast skaters and are enjoying their evenings the Journal that things will shape',I.

Itssar-.- .ented folds against the It Is supposed that the tranportaj j j stamp me as a felon. But in this they for a conceited and neck will be known at the rink very much. themselves right. "I am firmly of fh*->i' [

: peaceful political aspirations of a iOn companies will grant the usual j !i reckoned without their host. For in Petersburg artificial ass.----jt. Last night the skating opinion that a majority of the !

young Florida citizen who happened {ourtesies to members that is, transUwtation I their lust for gain they forgot that in Independent. [')1'"er.11 hours, was kept up of the state favor the idea CitiZt'QSI f

: be born in the state of Ohio since the I to and from the place! of j'rtJOrgia. the empire state of the south, I The "rummage sale" to and t irvho."hpeared --. ---.; -nr'o._- ultimately! success will crown

dear old flag was folded up carefully I j meeting-, including one lady memht"rlot .: right is mightier than might. Thursday. Friday and will take place be having the biggest kind jiors of .those who are trying to ao;'. ;
j | the editor's 'M'y work Saturday of this of a tim During the what tney
and laid away forty years ago. family. Blanks for this is to protect my good week in the rooms back of e'eninthE' conceive to be their duty. ?

', Shadows of consistency, thy jeweL'f transportation will be sent out in :name, w hich is to descend to my young Pot grocery formerly used the Tea skaters were refreshed with fruit Self-constituted leaders bob up in

are brighter than the stars! ew days. ;children unblemished, and this I proPOse Florida Electric( and Plumbin by the punch which the young men had every walk of life, and the same que.r

4 jhen all who were bi'>rn in other Persons connected jvith n* .papers ;I. to do as tong as thrre i? breath pany. The rummage has all been Com tiwqrhtfully provided, and in every wa,-- I .tion applies in state affairs. There are .

) btates than Florida are not entitled *ogojornmental "in this State, t-ither as business manager in thy body." together and the ladies are gotten now- the "little skating party" was a bltf 1 self-constituted leaders opposing tw": 'f}.

representation. ucco\l- or editor cnn get an application Signed Statement by Mr. Strobhar. busily engaged In getting the success. I drainage of the everglades, bJfi :!i.
trig to the blank for i Editor Constitution goods i voice of
)- policy set forth. Makes no membership by applying to j I am going task marked and placed in their I i the people will triumph. -.S:4

difference .how much taxes one mi ht. the secretary. The fees are: Membership you to grant me space in your ; places for this great sale. The proper Mr. and ilrs. A.V.. Allan of Lake jAugustme Record. ,;:'_- _

pay: how long a resident of the state; fee, $:..MOni'; year's dues. Jl {|valuable paper to nuke the following of this sale are for the proceeds Weir, but who are staying t < "
beautifyIng temporarily One
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regardless' all the good work done This amount ($3.r U) must accompanj' (j explanation: The clause contained inj of the Greenwood at C.mant. were welcomed touchoffir.makes us al.; kin.j -

tnt'advancement of agriculture I Istock. application j my statement. made to the court during grounds and this cemetery at the Ocala callers -l'4. .
"" paper hopes that Banner
:
the
office
-raising, \n other information needed my trial on April Friday.
.. education. mining, oomraeVcial will j :3, which refers saIin be
be t to a huge succe$. All are They called especially FRECKLES AND PIMPLES ]' ,
to
(r professional.Gentlemen cheerfully furnished by the wader i my having returned to }fr. Dale. of invited to come and inspect inspect our
signed T. J. :I'Secretary. 'tt" Dutton the "rum- linotype and were
greatly
-you advocates of such APPLETARD. Phosphate Company a mage" at any time and secure in interested i REMOVED In Ten Days.Nadinola. i f
policy-let me declare you haw g')netojthe Lake City. Flo. I}draft' or New York exchange which good bargains.Now some the operation of this wonderful and--- : -

bad. I had been Issued by the Dutton Phosphate intricate -machine. Mr. and Mrs. Allan ;! .

: There 1" no more north no more Bonds of City Officers. : Company in payment of a cargo that the n.irispirit have purchased a place on little Lake

: south no east or west Our blood has shipment of rock and which draft or h iaon.weope Weir and will move The Complexion ?
mixed under one flag and the links' Bonds of city officers have beet exchange had been Indorsed by a fund will be raised for the prnwnort next few there within the Beautifier is CDf. :-
me
that bind us together as one nation- .fixed as follows by the city council: and included in a remittance which relief of the sufferers at our I home months, although their-new I -- lord byjt twuaJ'!

one people-.are sacred. To break then Treasurer 33000. the officer to pay had been delivered to the Southern own doors. Let us set up a fund of I will not bo completed for some S ofgtcf.dhdics.as1- t

.now would! tear the husband 'away on $..OO; city on balance. Collector! Express Company ta be forwarded aa several thousand dollars put It out at I time yet. Mr. and Mrs. Allan have .I -. ; to remov'

: from hi, own wife and flresidc; wouldtake $10,000, he w i>ay on $ ,1)OO, city oa a remittance to be credited to my station i interest and use the Interest as it falls quite a number of friends here who -'S.-- all fa ul Jicobrahua {' ..

i the child fcvm \ its mother's balance. City attorney, $1,000; city account due for emergency cases. There are always giaj to see thein in Ocala. I :'. ," !hua.... tJaM and restore tile :
breast and even set c J.erk, $500: marshal U.Gfi I did ares '- To
up within one not mean to reflect any dis. <>me suffering for bread beauty of youti.
4 being a continual warfare chief $500. credit at. our very China has donated worst caso ia
between set whatsover upon Mr. DaVs in- ;d 170,000 to the twenty days. 50c. .anJ $1.00
r San 'Francisco sufferers. at all lca&a Jrug rtores, or by tnby

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._ _. ygjIRDS DRAINAGE SCHEME.ljAO. longs Can the owners of this fund The Finest Mountain Resorts are in VOTER REPLIES TO MR., DE HON.

reasonably be expected to regard an California. -

11: .M pissedn, Its VanousjJ'I" "arrangement" whereby the money- belonging To the Editor Ocala Banner: \

f: ttel\ 'al to Enlighten the to them Is being wasted in v California has tha highest moun- The article in a recent Issue of your

< phased. People.y I visionary enterprise (in order that 'thegovernor's paper signed by "Wm. DeHon" Is a
.(; tains In the United States, Mt., Whitney ,
wonderful piece of political prophecyMr.
-Fia campaign promises be
.;t, Jicksonvf, 1C .. ,A""il 28. "',1" 06., fulfilled) to be,, such an '"arrangement"as may In Inyo county 155,046 feet in DeHon claims to speak for the. BALLARDS
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"r.,}. !if CorrespandeMe Ocala Banner. was contemplated by the statute? height. It has also ten. mountain democrats of all the counties In the .

Locke Said.Us fifth judicial circuit of Florida, although
/ What Judge peaks over 10,000 feet high and some
I numerous publications'n8pofcesman JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION BRIEFS it is safe to say he is not acquainted -

is end defender-ln- of the finest water falls In the world. with the sentiments, of pore

: :' t the drainage .board and itsebtefrof The Black Diamond. Palace built of These facts children learn in their geographies than a mere handful of voters in his !

: Governor Brow- carved blocks. and columns of different immediate section of :Marion county.
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performances. *' f but that California possessesthe
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this
destroy the force and The people of county know MrDeHon's
to kinds of Virginia coal will be mountain
a finest resorts is not gen
i ndPaJudge Locke's derision denyfec record as a "would-be" political -

} ; motion to dissolve the unique feature of the Jamestown Ex- erally known. The teachers who will leader and are able to correctly
},: the toards
i fortfldding -the collection of posHinn attend the National Educational Asso- I weigh his statements as a prophet. He

gnjuuctl0n tax. by claiming that the ciation In San Francisco next July, has, in the past, generally belongei

.the.8C reage the decision published at The will be able to enjoy 1 California's to the insignificant minority, and a.c
of hoard of governors of the James-
reports
,tim 'were 'untrue and in support mountain resorts at very small expense usual has lined up again on the saint PERMANENTLY CURES
- *..111 the formal town Exposition have invited ten "- side. .
he quotes
, ;:,ofeoch! assertions CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS
'' He attempts to make a point the
Massachus's on
:: entered in the record welLorfi prominent ts citizens to Pre-eminent among the great sightsin ASTHMA, SORE THROAT, HOARSENESS

.f (as do all ellleent Persons) act as Member of the "Board of a California, and perhaps, the greatest fact that Sistrunk: supported Jenning WHOOPING COUGH AND CROUP
for in the
: governor state conventionof
do not Include in such
r trtf courts Hundred in the world is Yosomite Valley. I DO NOT DELAY
Advertisers
.; ,, reasons for their decisions which will havea 1900. Every one in this county .
the
:': entries courts of final resort, whenthe general supervision of the exposi- Much has been written about this knows that after the majority of the Until the drain on your system produces permanent disablL'ty. The human

. i 5: cave, as In them to put such tion. The appointees also will supervise great natural wonder, but neither people In the county convention hac' I breathingmachinery is wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have food
,: statutes ,require I health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no importance -
expressed their desire that
t the of format the exhibit from the comonwealth. writer bard nor historian has ever Marion
+ In shape -
L,: reasop, qn record yet if it was known by it's proper name of "throat inflammation
"; p Dlons. Could anything be more The men Invited to serve from Massa- been able to do justice to this great I county should support Jennings in the or"congestion of the lungs its dangerous character would be appre-

f child!* and Insincere than this at- chuttes are: Charles \y. Eliot, president handiwork of nature, perched upon a I state convention, it was thc duty and I elated. When a cold makes its appearance use at once Ballard's Bore.

i't of Governor Broward to mislead of the Harvard University; Car- lofty pedestal, the admiration of all obligation of all the delegates to so hound Syrup which will speedily overcome it.
act, and that no delegate could have WHOOPING COUCH and CROUP Require Action. SNOW
Prompt
the ignorant or unthink- The visitors who behold
deceive rol D. beholders.
FmGd I his d Wright, president of the Clark honestly voted otherwise. The con- LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest gives wonderful relief while

, ,1-;' 1nit' Jud; -LOcke. in rendering e- College; Rev., Edward Everette Hale, the giant cliffs and the great water- vention system then prevailed and Ballard's Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the violent paroxysms of ,

*,. clsioa, fully stated the reasons upon chaplain of the United States senate; fall for the first time become speech- obedience to party! law controlled the cough ng'. IT' IS THE ONLY COUCH REMEDY THAT WILL
1 the same was hast-d. as follows: POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING
f which. less with admiration. COUGH AND CROUP.
Edwn D. Meade, Moorefield Story; F. actions of all the delegates.And .
f r?' ,"Td determine such an important
i I :-- to select such lands and toIt. A. Whitney; Joseph Lee and Lucius There is no class of tourists or visitors because Sistrunk voted in the BEST FOR CHILDREN z

question them the character <,f asses- Tuttle, of Boston; Samuel Bowles, of who will profit as much by vis- I fegislature to increase the salary of Mrs Maud Adams,'Goldthw lte TeL writes:-"I have used BaU&rd's
'jx upon the the state attorney Mr. DeHon thinks Horehound Syrup and find it the BEST medicine for croup coughs and
this awe-inspiring spot as
j jwyiuy for the purpose of this vast Springfield Mass.. and Wm. F. Draper, iting cold My children use It and it U pleasant to take tad Quietly cUl'8L-
:. the benefit of an entire state of Hopedale. teachers who are sure to be impressed the people should vote against him. I :
t' work M; should like to inquire whether Mr. E. SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c SOc $LOOBallard
,
I i. ahoold,'certainly require a direct and with the granduer of the scenery,
.
1
: ::1...positive action by the legislature.:; Thtisr The wink of securing conventions, the like of which is not to be found W. Davis opposed this measure. Did na CJ Idrea'.raTedte a.m.b Every Beu1e Guruttt4 _

: 'tab been held by the supreme court in and congresses: of yat ious organizationsfor anywhere else on the face of the he any ever opinion write favoring any letters this increase or express of Snow Liniment Co., St. Louis, Mo.

x numerous case, and unquestionably the Jamestown Exposition is progressing earth, and who will tell about it to salary? In point of fact was he andis

,the-Ia\V. that, the determining of what sympathetically with every indication -
f the children whom they teach in language he not strongly in favor of it? IfMr.

. ; .'ands can be assessed for such public i that 1907 will see more brill- better suited to the youthful DeHon had informed himself, he SOLD AND RECOMMENDED B .
I is legislative function \
; improvements a
,iant assemblages in Norfolk than was minds than that in Which touristsare would know that the bill increasingthe
: and if the power is delegated to a commission ALL DRUGGISTS.
: ever gathered at a former Exposition. apt to write. salary also largely increased the
or other agency notice must
Lake Tahoe, that wonderful sheet of duties of this office. The state attor-
!be-given and the owner have an opportunity -
Tile Jamestown Exposition Com- ney is required In homicide to >
cases
, ;. to contest the question of benefit water on top of a high mountain ridge, '
pany has invited the National Associa- personally go to the different coun-
. derived. The act which Is now un- is one of the decided attractions anda
tion of Railway Commissioner to hold ties and investigate such cases, and
der consideration leaves to a delegated favorite mountain resort of Cali- .
: ; its next annual meeting In Newport to represent the state in the preliminary '!"
'agent, ,a board of executive and ad- fornia. It would be futile to attempta

- ;,.-'minfstrative officers, with no legisla- News or Norfolk next year. description of the numerous and importance trials-a requiring matter of considerabletime very great .- ;
J"
tive. this important question. I "
power The appropriations from the sister wonderful attractions which abound on and expense and well worth, in
consider the leigslature has so far departed -
states to the Jamestown Expositionfund the shores of this mountain lake. the service rendered, and in the advantage -
:
( from the requirements of the
reaches the of SOO/JOO. Tahoe is in a class by Itself, and thereIs to the public, the amount of increase -
A constitution of the state as to render now sum
lake known in the world that can of salary. If Mr. DeHon did not :
no 1L Bilious ?
iiny action by such a board in determining Several states have not been heard :
know this he
betrays: his ignorance; if ,
what lands were subject to from, as they have no seesion of their compare with it.
'. he did know it, what about his honestyin
assessment, void. is believed The mountain resorts of Shasta
legislature this year, but Th
withholding the whole truth only sure cure fOl
i" a ('ountare an interesting and luring to Y
that in the Union will
I.. every stae Mr. DeHon in his innocence has
The board of drainage commission- contribute.The the traveler as are the Alps of Switzerland found a "mare's nest" in the "disquali constipation and Biliousness '

." era bad no funds with which to hegrin and Tyrol. It is in Shatsa fication" of :Mr. Sistrunk. He exposeshis that is pleasant, natural'Y

the drainage so glibly promised In Ter-Centennial Expsition Com where .the orange ripen in the shadowof : lack .information, or else is deliberately and safe is -

: Governor Broward's campaign In this mission composed of Secreatry Taft,of the high peaks, which are covered trying to mislead. If he will S

predicament the board of trustees of the War Departmene; Secretary Bonaparte with snow, the entire year. consult any reputable lawyer he will

the Internal improvement fund composed of the Navy Department; Secretary The S:mta Cruz mountains which i i find that Mr. Sistrunk's term as a ,. nAf ON'S "ILLS -

t e of the identical officials who : Shaw, of the Treasury Department are but a short distance and within I'I member of the legislature will have i' IIVEP
the drainage board, to
compose came
expired before the
1", ; and J. II. Edwards, private secretary easy: reatn of San Francisco: have nu- time comes for the AND TONIC PELLETS
its relief and in the absence, of any to state
governor appoint a attorneyunder
to Secretary Shaw, have decided emrous resorts which are greatly appreciated I
assumed
J".I legislative appropriation the the constitution. No lawyer or The Pills stir the lazy liver to ,
that the $50.000 appropriationfor Californians and
power to dispose of the money In its by many
well informed rerson: would be silly ') '
4 hands by using: it for the construction the erection of the monument to others coming from a distancme. Theyare enough to take the position which Mr. action-the Tonic Pellets clean #

j ,'of dredges, etc. Notwithstanding: the commemorate the first English settle- open all the year and the climate DeHon has taken. -
all impurities out oft body $ :
\ board's new and startling, interpretation ment in Jamestown: in 1607, should payfur and temperature vary so li'tle that 1 I Carlos Sistrunk is legally qualified. ,_ -

f- of the Internal Improvement act off a \Main shaft to be patterned after Christmas Day is' as pleasant as is I and has shown himself mentally and so that the liver and all the .

j. J&55 a careful examination, of that the Washington monument. The monument the Fourth of July. morally fit to fill this office. Such other act I
organs: properly. /f4
Jtatute .
to will convince
; any reasonable and "leaders" and Mr.
will be About 100 feet high California Is blessed with a greater partisans as DeHon
mind that it confers no authority upon will not be able draw fro mhis
at the base. Secretary tq sup
20 feet
about square number of ideal mountain resorts than
. the trustees for ouch expenditures un-: port the people who know him and his
Taft and J. H. Edwards are delighted perhaps other country of its size '
II1'8 any Purging"t&
f' the same are distinctly directed
record. He is a young man of whom No &
', by legislative enactment. to select the site for the shaft. in the whole world. Right in, the cen- Marion county (his birth place, not-

1 S t The site selected for the Maryland ter of the central part of California withstanding Mr. D Hon's statement) fir No

Against the naked proposition that .building at the Jamestown Exposition and within a day's ride of San Francisco and all Florida should feel proud and

the everglades can be drained.there .adjoins that on which the Virginia \ there are .more mountain resorts he will in the opinion of those who natural and
U not a single word to be said. building is to stand. It faces Hampton just a easy ',
Money
and mineral springs than are to are best' posted politically, be triumphantly Treat-

In unlimited quantities can accomplish Roades and an ornamental pier is be found in Austria. Bohemia anti in chosen as the people's favoriteat common-sense '
which fails
seeming miracles. No one has endeav- to be erected in front of it for the the coming primary. ment never
Forest of
the Black Europe. ,I f
ored to prevent Mr. Vlagler from accommodation of visitors. VOTER. to cure. !
Lake Sonoma, Napa Megdocinoandparts I
building 11'
railroad from island to

'illl .ndQ\'er the turbulent waters of the The managers of the Jamestown Exposition of adjacent counties contain Death From Appendistis. Special Offer. ,7f 1 -

Florida coast to mineral springs and healthful resorts! decrease to the same ratio that the use
Key West. He had the i -
Company are gratified by of Dr. King's Life Pills Increases. Cut the"Little Doctor" out I
with climate so abundant as to
the genial
price. But when Florida, poor as application of this week for 2,500 They save you from danger and bring and mall to us. with the 1 '

she Is (in order that a pretense of performing of each by two of make tlu..n appear common-place. quick and painless release from the name of your druggist and .

some of Governor Broward's square feet space Aside from the genial climate am constipation and the Ills erowng out you may havea Week Treatment .
the largest manufacturing concerns in of it. Strength and vigor always fol-
of the Pills and Pellets
campaign promises at an invigorating
might be made), pare atmosphere low their Guaranteed
undertakes, with a pitiful little fund the west. Both of these companies are altitude, remote: from the fumes that & Co., druggists.use. :.5(:. Try by them.Tydings m with compliments. S.Ramon's. .

in available cash of less than $100.00", very handsomely represented at St. arise from the lowlands, with their Brownie Calendar-Free '

to perform a work which competent Louis. One of these exhibits will be A Phosphate Railroad. ,
covered with sturdy
rugged ridges, Given with :,
with Weather Forecasts and Almanac information. your first
experts have' estimated to cost live one and both of them are.of.
millions many I a limber and moderate atmosphere, The three miles of railroad to be purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. i',
expecting her tax payers bymeans interest. Owing to a rea=lnlbh
of unlawful'and !great neither too warm nor too cold, offer built by the Dunnellon Phosphate Co., Prown Manufacturing Company '
an unjust tax !apprehension regarding initiation "t. l.r...i Mo. Cr .. ville.Tenn. -
:to make ideal Inducements for a vacation giving is an extension south from Fe"lecia < n

> ,,between such up the fund enormous and the difference cost of 'i charter of these exhibits must be withheld health and strength to the invalid I Fla., to Savana Mines: about- one mile SOLD BY TYDINGS & CO MPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA. .:..

i'the enterprise, that is another proportion at least for the present and affording pleasant pleasure to the south from Hernando, Fla. on the
; Standard & Hernando 'road.
'. which the and woman of leisure. Unlike
> tax payers will take well known com- man
Pr. c. M. Carey, a
The Dunnelon Phosphate Co.,
owns
F: ;;taro to dispose of at the polls older countries, California's natural
:poser, writer and musician of Hamp { and operates the Standard & Hernan- '

:. ,.A court of* * I ton. has now in the hands of the publishers treasures have not been exploited to I jdo railroad and the Port Inglis Ter- .
competent jurisdiction
"as. after full a march to be known as the any extent. t sminal railroad. The Standard & Her- Ocala House Wine Roonjs.TRY
argument on both sides' finds plenty of gamein : )
The huntsman .
hy learned counsel deliberately deided Jamestown Exposition march and I nando extends south of Dunnellon 16 ,
the moutnains. into which only the miles to Felecia and the Port Inglis .
'< and inspiring .
: that be beautiful -
the attempt of the legislature which is said to a ,
, most venturesome sportsmen have Terminal extends 15 miles to Inglis, i
of like- I'
1905 will
to confer the power of air and one that very
focal enetrated. Fishing in the gerat moun- connecting with the boat pn the With-
taxation, in an unusual and Inequitable ly become jwpular before the great OUR
tain streams and in the lakes filled lachoochee :river to Port Inglis. All I .
.. form i
' upon a board of ad- ter-cenlenary celebration of the land- ::
this road is of standard with
guage
, mialstrative clear that the fisherman
officers:: of the state gov- with water so '
ing at Jajnestown is over. ; standard equipment furnished with '
nunent was contrary to the estab- can see the bait at almost any depth.
fished I master car builders couplers and Weston OLD (
I \ principles of constitutional law Importance of the Bible Study is the most delightful sport imagina- 0LLEGHANY .. :
house brakes. The lines carry a
,subversive i
I\. of private rights, and hence ble. :
I I in rock both
the I large tonnage phosphate
: act attempting to confer such irf-flie 1 U Shaw, secretary of
:
Hon The tourist may find a greater variety -
: '. I '. for the Dunneloln Phosphate Co. and
: power is
utterly yoid and of no effect the trea-trry sjiuke to a large audience and reports
of health ple*>ure
for for other parties, besides doing a
-?:, free suvh of such purpose. Nevertheless, In the on the abmv topic recently in in the mountain ridges along the Coast general frtight and passenger business. PURE RYE. '
a Judicial interpretation
' o* the Broklyu. ='t'Yurk, hi the Sunday Mange of California than he can by The Messrs. Kibler Bros., of Dunnellon
: : act -
of the" legislature, the advocates '
:.-'-'. of the drainage scheme are school r M.m of the James street Meth- travelling through the greater part of have recently put in a freight steam- -b---

;'" ;urging the voters of Florida to ratifyrVa odsit church. I the United States and perhaps all ship from New Orleans and Mobile to

':: said anwnij other things: i l I I Port Inglis, running in connection with
amendment to the state constitu- He through Europe.

>>,bon which Is identical language antI "( have been interested in Sunday Special rates have been made so that the railroad. Put up 4 full ts :
The officers of the road are Capt.
';: ,purpose with the condemned statute. Ov'hp->l work fM si long time. I believe the teachers, who will attend the convention -
and John L. Inglis, president Port Inglis,
R < thus irrevocably to fix upon them- that thlnt1i schools are .din a of the National Educational and in Cartoons
A. G Bigelow'll'pprE'sident general Fancy
l wives
and upon their In '. You. .
posterity ''Iuntr
.: perPetuity great work for the ) Association next July and those who manager, Rockwell; E. E. Davis, "

: ;, the incurable evil which est young'men. \\hm you get through here will come with them, shall be able to chief engineer, Dunnellon, Fla. ; -
-gcaped the"vigilance of their leglp'a&tive I 1 Delivered
at
: representatives and RI out into the world don't forget see as many of these resorts at a very "We have also surveys for four mile your
| but which an unbiased -
'
the lesions you have heard here. I do small expense and in as short time as extension of the west end. extending
| ; and learned
| court has fortunately -
,|| pointed out in time for the prevention not say that th' bible should be taughtIn possible. In no case will the fare for I tn? Port Inglis Terminal branch from Express Office '

||:: of so great a public calamity the 1>ublis sch-wls. I am not prepared the round trip exceed one and one- Inglis to Bear Landing Will soon advertise -

i to say that we should have expository third of the single fare, but may be for the bids on this construction -
: ."-E. E. Davis, chief engineer in ," .
L.- Governor Broward.. who has made teachings of that bible from less than that. -. .

|t, wmseit the spokesman of the board of the pulpit. I a.m.not sure that it Since the destruction of San Fran- Manufacturer's Record.Fortunate For $3.20.Regular :

.
: 'f ;
drainage !
commissioners and the true would drive many people away from cisco the place of? meeting in all prob- Missourians. .

M-;Ja.te* of the Internal Improvement fund. csurch. If the bible is taught fft all ability will be changed to Sacramentoand -' .

;; a "broadside- open letter addressed student will the delegates will have the opportunity "When I was a druggist Livonia" ., .
r*to the people of Florida endeavors to the chances are that your of witnessing the ruins of San :110.: ." writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Gray- .-
-Justify get most of your knowledge of the ville. Mo., 'three of my customers werepermanently '
-i) the
expenditure of internal impjProvement book from the Sunday: school and thatIs Francesco.. cured of consumption by 1.00 a Quart Whiskey; write for ,,< -
>
fund
money In costly and -- Dr.: King's New Discovery and are

,,th1merlca.1 drainage operations by the reason that the Sunday schoolis A Mountain of Cold. well and strong today. On was try- Complete Price list c,

; qUGting from the "internal improver the greatest institution in the country ing to sell his property and move to i
mtnt act" could not bring as much happiness to 'i.Arizona. but after using New Discovery -
% of 1855 which authorize .
time he found it unnccesI -
Lucie Walke of Carohne WIs"as a short
Mrs. i
",: U\e. rustees to "make such arrangefor -. did one 25 cent box of Bucklen's I sa"rto do so. I regard Dr. Kind's

:', u't$ the drainage of the swamps Capt. D H. Baker of Orange Home, Arnica Salve when Is completely cured I New Discovery as the"most fonderful Ocala House Wine Rooms.OCALA
senator In running sore on her le** which medicine in existence. Surest cough
c\:-overflowed lands" as might beadvantaReous" candidate for state was a tortured her 23 vears. Greatest awl cold and throat and lung healer ;
+ t; to the internal the city Monday on his way to Blitch- had & Co.. drug-
Guaranteed by Tydings
z' antiseptic healer of piles, wounds and { .
f trnDatvement. fund, meaning the peo- ton to attend. the political meeting' at sores 25 cents at Tydings & Co., drug, ;ifrists. SO<. and $1.00. Trial. boile FLORIDA. -

fIl ipie or: Florida to whom that fund beL that place Tuesday.; store. mq' i free. m .

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:E ::1 j WHY SAN FRANCISCO FELL. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. COME TO AN AGREEMENT. rirERY> truck; farmer. I I '

-
: It ':was inevitable of course that the As railroad commissioner. we are Stetson University Now Will Receive knows (or ought.to Strauss'Royal ,
i L!! .;
That 100000.
; certain tlw R. Hudson Burr should
preachers should have >heir say with know) that POTASH

i : reference to the great disaster at San not be selected. The board of trustee of Stetson

Francisco, and 'equally certain that We, are not quite sure about. Messrs. University met at De Land last Thursday is indispensable pro. 41

.
,
:: some of them would see in this disaster 4ppleyara and Blitch. and adopted resolutions to resign 1 Reserve 13sr
truck
a punishment for the sins commit But we are in no doubt as to .Mr. and thus secure e new board ducing good-paying

: ted there. We have progresaed greatlyto EL B. Bailey. and according to a proposition madey .
b Mrs. Stetson, will now receive crops.
better understanding of the laws
: a The people ahoufd elect Bailey. $100,000. liberal of
A
:; of nature. and in making the greatforces quantity,
Mr. Burr la entirely too small a man The trustees, by a vote of 1 to 9,

which nature supplies' subservient to occupy a position as important as adopted the following resolutions POTASH, along with ample
: to human needs. But as to the .
that of railroad mmI5 Ianer. among others which was introducedby OCALA MINING UiOMTORY. -: :- '-, 1
origin of evil and its continued existence amounts of phosphoric acid :
i. ; He la narrow-minded, he Is not well Dr. W. A. Hobson of DeLand. asa P. T. SCHREIBER. .

in the. universe we know little informed I and he Is prejudiced against compromise: and is vital to :

more than was known in remote times.In everything that his lack of mental "Whereas Mrs. Elizabeth Stetson. nitrogen, ; Consulting of the Society.and Analytical of Chemical Chemist Industry Jlemoer Lon 'f '3

the presence of such unexpected I broadness, and his want of knowledge wife of the late Mr. John B. Stetson. successful truck growing. don Eng. Member of'he Ameaican' Chem- ,. e -.-1+;

,' manifestations of the great forces of: places beyond his understanding has conveyed to this board her willingness seal Society. .
P. P. Sox
nature such as we have just witnessed, :Mr. Burr did take up three-cent to: comply with the wish afber "Truck Farming," an interesting book 703. -

SI opinions remain divided as they have passenger fare proposition. and ,by hid the Stetson deceased university husband in the giving sum of to dealing with practical truck raising and rain: OCALA, FLA., OQ t1. Lf -.: .;
election
that
been from the beginning. on platform prompted the able to every truck farmer,!!will be sent to
railroads to make the rate. $100,000 on certain conditions stipulated Messrs. Strauss & Co Wholesale
farmers free of cost or Whisky
.; That there was much done in San on request, any ,
in Mr. Stetson's *< _
But this great victory is robbed of proposition )
: Francisco that cannot be justified by: ,its laurel by the fact that all but one this board prior to his death to the' ftbligation.f Merchants, Ocala, Fla,

: any accepted code of morals may be of the railroads were ready for the effect that the present board find away Attreu. GERMAN KALI WORKS. _
-
Street. Gentlemen.- In
Yorlt-9J Nasuu rAtUaU accordance with'
:, freely admitted.. But that the wicked rate as a matter of business policy and I to create a new board of trus- II.- Ofc-22J So. Breed 5tmt. your

ness there was greater than that which] expediency. This is shown by the well- tees and retire from the management I I : nstructions, I visited four warehouse rn

prevails In many other cities in the known fact that the L. & N. railroad is of the university." ,

new world as well as the old. can still charging four cents per mile for the 19th, instant,' and personally selected
The Bible Novelized. San Francisco.The .
hardly be successfully maintained. If passengers carried In Florida, in spite I j from your stock a sample ofHStrauss'

it were known to be the rule that of the orders of the commission and "The Bible revised into a novel- ( Famous Poem-I by he late Bret

; wicked cities shall be scourged with the other lines could have resisted the that Is the book I have," said a collector Harte.) I j'

earthquake or fire, or other great calamities three-cent rate just as effectually as .According to the Philadelphia indifferent. to I Royal Reserve"whisky
the L. & N. has done, if the inclinationof Serene Fats I .
Bulletin. "And it is work not of
in proportion to the degreeof a
their Thou sittest at the western gate;
iniquity manifested, we should have managers had prompted themto mockery,. but of piety; the work of a I the
do so. French I analysis which shows it to
priest Pere Nevertheless .
? Berruger. -
:. no difficulties on the subject.. But a Mr. Burr has done nothing since it Is a failure." Upon the heights so lately won contain:
; careful study of the merits and demerits he has been of the L
on the commission but He turned the pages. Then he read, Still slant the banners sun; RtU5

;; of the various cities of the cause it to waste its time in consider first from the old-fashioned Bible, and Alcohol (by weight), per ent.. . .. 36.66 ',

earth does not lead to that conclusion ing trifling matters such as claims: afterwards from the novelized form. a Thou seest the white seats strike their Alcohol (by volume), per cent .+: . 43.61 j '

It is easy enough to believe .that for lost trunks etc, which he Insistedon part of the book of Chronicles. It began tents. I I Degree proof, per cent. . . . 87.10 -

S shocking Immorality is disapprove _1..In taking_ '-_up.. ,_and_....:_with_ _which-"' n'the com-. : .. Oh. Warder of two Conl'ments: I'Residue on evaporation, p cent. . 0.660 ,

but it is not so easy to account for ULLUI J4a. JlUllIlUg fc-VJ uo, ana W UUiVA "And Solomon determined to builda Ash, per cent. . . . .. . 0.011

the punishment of some and the exemption not accomplish much for all the people I house for the name ot the Lord, anda And scornful of the pe' ce that flies Reducing sugar, per cent.,. .. . 0.225
if It
got them all settled to : '
suit house for his kingdom. Volatile acids cent. . '_ .
of others. As to the ultimate the ideas of the Thy angry winds and su lea skies' per o. 0.02 .
claimants.
-j I results S of good and bad conduct we Lacking broadness of jI I "And Solomon told out threescoreand Amyl alcohol (fusel oil), per cent.: . 0.073 4lje S
mind. he lacks ten thousand men to bear burdens,
'- may be agreed, but as to the Imme- initiative, and his want of all small The above
Thou drawest
Information. and four-score thousand to hew in things or results show the whisky to be
diate consequences there Is room forT unfits him to I II I
I carry out a suggestion the mountain. and three thousand and great. J I" '
much difference of given him ? I a carefully blended brand of high
opinion. The con by others so that the courts six hundred to oversee them." I To thee, beside the we tern gale.Oh.lion's .. grade

troversy on this subject Is not new. In will not intervene to prevent. its ap This passage in the Berruger novel .. j I. and that it has been disstilled Ifrpm a. clean
: the life of the Great Teach'rVe read plication.Mr. ran: pure grain uiag-
Burr should nut be again electedto Ii whelp, that hidest fast Th amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is
-: In the 13th chapter of Luke: 'Scribe, take thy tablets ..said the very low. '
)
the important .... In jungle growth of spire and mast .1
-! 'There were present at that; season position he now fails king. ii i Respectfully, !
to fill i i
properly.There
'He sat in a golden room upon a 1 ** F. T.
some that told him of the Galileans f SCHREIBSP. Chemist.
are smaller positions in the throne of black marble and pearL His I know. thy cunning andJ thy:, gr el. ,
: whose blood Pilate had
mingled "with gift of the people to which Mr. BurroW robe was of velvet and orris and san- Thy hard high lust and tvilful deed, :
their sacrifices. And Jesus answerin; 'an be called if the --. ---
people wish to I dalwoud perfumed his beard and his
Mid unto them: Suppose ye that the gratify his ambition to serve them j hair pondered with And all thy loves :
gold dust glory to tell. 'S FOUR FULL HURTS S3.5O
-, Galileans were sinners above all the We have not had sufficient time The slim scribe knelt, his stylus Of fepecious"sifts mater! I. .' EKPBESS 8 AIO"1

Galileans because they suffered such t since the announcement of the candii i poised. .

things? I. tell you nay; but except ye I dacy of N. A. Blitch to weigh his 110.11./I/}I 'Write,' said the king'a me.!sag'! Drop down. Oh, fleecy 'og. an-1 hide .

repent ye shall all likewise perish. Or I itications against those of T. J. Apple- I unto Huram, King of Tyre, and say
Her skeptic sneer, and till her pride!
those eigmeen, upon whom the lower.of yard, so we will withhold the discussion that I win build a temple, and that I

-I of these two men until another :l4lOII men are already at work and oJ
Siloam fell and slew them think i
issue. that I desire of him cedars from his Wrap her, Oh, Fog, in own and ho.*d STRAUSS ( $
that
you they were sinners above all I
r We have considered E. B. Bailey as j I Ia forests.' Of her Franciscan Iruherh"L" I ,
men that dwelt in Jerusalem? I'tell
candidate for railroad commissioner "He aused. His glowing I >
j eyes savin
you nay; but except you rei>env :ye I and we heartily indors-e him.i ij the
I chall all likewise perish." I i j If Diogenes had postpone! his lan I erect. A pale and beautiful slave blame; ; Distributors: j

Applying this Instruction we cannot i tern-lighted search for an honest man i i from the north came to him timidly. With thy gray manfle. | cloak her I OCALA

fall to eome to the conclusion that theme a couple of thousand of years tlr so. j!I Her jeweled anklets clanked, and she shame! I I ISo FLORIDA, J

ft and women in San Francisco were he would not have been obliged to I j i Ii extended to the k.ng a gold cup of j I

f travel Sf) far and fareSl1 ill. I|I red wine cooled with -
not sinners' above snow. lIe drank
all those in other -
He would lute discovered K. B. i and resumed shall.she, cowled sijt antI pray
parts of the United States. If all thegt'E'at I j : %
.,
Till morning bears her 'sins
: Bailey, smashed his lantern and dieil'i>! 'Say to Huram of Tyre that I away.
desire .
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cities which have
contained liberal -
elments happy. I a man cunning to work in g,U FJg McMillan Bros. )
of those
-f who violated the That Mr. Ibiy is honest Is knownto and in silver and in hra!>Sand in iron Then rise. Oh, fleecy and raise I a
,
laws of God were 10 be prostrated all who know him or hn and in purple and crimson and blue." The glory of her coming days;
i I there would be a great localities him spoken of lf'ard .. I I
many by others. The collector closed the -
novelized Southern
now prosperous that would be calling: Honesty is an attribute of :ill the Bible! and laughed. Be as the cloud that fle*.ks the seas j Copper Works i I'

for aid. And the disasters which resulted men in the race for. railroad eoaimSsj j "It has no literary and i
I no religious
Above her Manufacturers
smoky argosi s.
I would not touch merely the sioner.: but Mr. Bailey's honesty is the i I value." he said. "but as a curio it is a .j of Turpentine Stilbi

: greatest sinners but would involve the i IUfl'U: mal: manes one feel so. suie ana i good thing and a rare thing. It is and '
When forms familiar General
just as well as the unjust T>e methods secure that it impresses 1sE'lf.U, one probably the: only edition of Berru- sh4HTo giplace Metal Workers. ;
with renewed force each time ger's stranger speech and ei.t r face;
] this novelized .
Bible in America.1 ,
by which God rules the universe I

: are In many particulars inscrutable name:Mr. is Bailey called.is quick to see the real i What one Busy Firm is Doing in Florid When all her throes and anxious fearsLie : ---- ------ --. -.-- J

i and it would be well if we refrained meat of a proposition and in spite of i I[ *. hushed in the repast of years; Old Stills taken in exchange for
: i new
from attempting to show that those the lengthy, and at times apparently through the ones. Patching

who have thus suffered have had disconnected:; he ;i Tne Manufacturer's Record is in receipt country a specialty.; Order by wail or '._i
only style adopts to wirt will
When receive
1: A just punishment for their sins. his views no on.; can fool Ed express Hal1f> ; of a letter from Taller& Gasser i Art shall raise an Cult-ire liftthrift r } prompt attention at either of the .-<,
Y.
i is |i{ architects. lakeland, Fla. giving list The sensual joys }lnd. meaner i folkwing works .
He known in the a '
The scientists senate
.. find that there were' : as die 1 i .
I of the work the firm now hog in its i '""
_ natural laws which directed that the man who always votes right, 3"ell 11 o ilk e. The list includes the And all fulfilled the vision v.cWho FAYETTEVILLE -'- -
as the I following N.
man wfc'i ras to be convince C7 .
earthquake should take place and that that it is right before he will! voV buildings with their cost, the character watch and wait shau never se- .... SAVANNAH, GA .

k it should occur in a great center of His high-toned princIples. his I I of the work and the names of the 'i. JACKSONVILLE FlA MOBILE ALA -
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eminent
I j f ,
population. These laws were known in.1 fairness,;, and his greatness of persons in charge: : Who, in the morning of: //her. rave
: part but In detail they hid from I, School building, Orlando .
were heart and soul will make If Impossiblefor Fla., coat Toiled fa'yr or meanly in oar place --- -- -- -- -- _._
f .- the wisest. That deliberate violation him to wrong the railroads 123,000; J. C. Blackburn contractor ---..------- -- -- -
I or unj I
i of natural law often brings punishment necessarily burden j Tampa. S ( .
them. and his lofty But jielding to the co imon M.Mc27ES ,
j "
_ r is sufficiently well known. It. i# l L patriotism will prompt him to guard I| Methodist church. Barton, Flsu, cost Lie unrecorded t
r $11.00; day work: Kev. J. B. Mitch an} .fHrut; We
Irett't"11 known that ignorance[ I the peopte in their right I Never I
Disappoint Our
Pationts.I
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rt.1 I E. B. Baifry ahouJd -- --
that law, in many instances at lea be selected'in I en.Meth.1lat
II '
church. l. kelafl.l, Fla..
the cost Wa
ilrst Fulfill
excuse nobody. Itvat known I primary: a* democratic eanjdidate and UACKA EYerJ PromIse and Never
> : that for $15.; 'Iit, not let; Rev Casou.. Strletca Held Out Fats Kepea
San Francisco i railroad cwmnlssioner., .. WE CURE wit out the ***. orboutfeand Vutooeel $
lay 1rltllo
ij an area subject I I Store and office building. paiD 01' det-AtiOQ
...... ........_.........,._ .u.u____ ., Jacksonville Sun. Tampa. 1 cared never to r.tarn, without from buiIu.. ; ConUffJou. Blood p.ama
? .au.4U"--''I: UI.su'aflct'v-- lLas nul". ; '--,-- Fte., .cost $ .OOO; day work C. E. t Vigor lDel'e1U'1' or xalneral uutar*; Lois .( Hull

known that at a given time a .shock: j A Practical Reformer. | Curry, f 5rz\;; The Dr.Positively King MeJlcul eured Cools; BO an stimulant IL=utat:, 6 bat rauizeditadar pef1D&J1 ttl

t would Jay.the city Jn ruins. Hack of allj Hotel: Brnoksville, Fia.o.t :$1jJlM; : Iot _. _.#_._ _- '1. _' : 1Iery011lan4curou.\cc1i laws of tUe iwt of Georgia |or the treat B' u4 eoreef
I St. I.cuis has ) let: G. W. Yarn. ; -A, .uu. Dr. K. K. :&: It., Us fonadercf
:: these laws U reonsmlzed the existence j A police Judge who srya ; S / tlJ111111t1 tton.1a the chief ocnsuJtlng cpec-allet. bin2 iuUtti

of | Dears tQ havr found a fairly sootl I Church. Wauchula ...1a., cwt $ 60t); I II '-S I vj i tuff of.eInentDysieianaandbuygJ.!
% Supreme; Altegiantf. Hut why'I j wayn: I Ii '- $ in the tre tmnt of cttrooie ltf *H Uw arMr
j to ot let; V. B. Bateman. i -: Kd: "1 isabois mett1IIlIld.
iiart fool &rfca.llli :)ee"
_ uch disasters are permitted is a\llJ..s- || a and his drink. When| Ouera hotiMS Rartou, Fla. cost' DOT offices. irseo npad wi'li{' all; lIle r h 1Jlle. findif h&I
I
$17000 ies.JyTlolet
: one of the Vonv'vlal ,- i raT,an4
ilaaeoray
tion which invades the domain ofihe I I| gentry is conviptol eontrlTaoee : in fa t. nur!e ttlal
: not let; T. L. Marcus. S known to the medica.lllroflssion. Our snILIrtt$
unknowable. and concerning' this we.1 in his court of having IKtenod Bank and ortii-e building, Hartovv.iFla. 1 1ubilding. '. trained jopdeni and in every efficient re.p attendants ct, and we, employ none bat the VU$J
r'Ui the nuilign: counsel of the demon : FUNERAL ud licensed reanlwlT oaalifled tniMUf
pan only speculate. But it Is \\ellthat | .. cost $lii)0it I ; not let; J. 0. GI) 'd. .:.s7b. W. pbjaJdina being j diarga.
I employ DO
nlBleadms
,
Hum, hr f meu to o4
even simulation ha1l wit KU to) fat jironouni-es a' heavy sentence :; Stoie .Lakeland, Fla., cost ; t\\\\\\. IuI byIh"trooae!. nitutlon'-60 C.0. D.'.or onwked for tpcqn eratora,pttleoU arMat*oil
Our
and terma
then i."F"H .
fortTMtn
Courier-Journal. I supenls it if thto1Ye.nMr i: ; arrls. ,J 'J) t4IO.OQ per Blont!:,( aiciBeaiacniiadj t trerage tom
z id we Wf.,Jot a8f
': will sign tt pletlge: of ab>tint m'e for i!I II ; Residence', Lakeland, Fla. cost $7- DIRECTORS. MY BEST "',11 *ne8 of cure within ipecifled dae.

Laugh. one jvar, wljU-ft be oon iiK)Iy il UARLDAwh AI
: ah.l.l"ritand 4 t St \ \\ Kidney u4 B1&dd. b'9I1W", &e
gratltuJe. If he keeps it.1 1th"re's Petersburg Fla., Cut Have full \ : Rupture Uydruiele
a stock of oJtins Drau.
By Ella Wheeler \Vilco.lLaugh ( Oa&keU Loud etc. &nd ill
: $2W::: I): not let C. E. Kemp.: and UNTILCUREL\'I//J D1&...... T1IDIoq aud maU&1WI' bou1 139tazTh m''il
an t'Dtlf the Tutter if Burial Outfits lu.
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and the world not. 1 jjpwial given to NOH" !'U'ol" Beat; &n4
laughs with you;; he brftk< into Jail forthwith. The i! UfSKltncSt.. Petersburg 1a., cost I Burial service*. CMlEJt N. Ie. ICINO M. Do Chromo Dtieaoej of LallIDfaoue.Woolen atc of E,. .
WE'"Ianl you 'wet'p alone! |! COlM.j '4ySOJL UIID&tual u D1q\'e w.
:12500; not let; H. A. KelIum. i D'-charre&.anti szc weab.nel
!-S For the sad old earth must borrow its .judsre-his nAme William Jeff Pollard |:: Also :22: buildings: for the Pierce Phosphate -I Embalming to Order W r i te. IeIl/1 liS yea er reing I1t.1ratllre JOU,bc1ud eoll4tfoa symptom U Toea sr IlIaIl". .,ck,01'for sffi1c.home qt treaEmr.JL wvi.OR rgu.I$ _
-avers that in the CONSULTATION
two and
mirth. ? a halt I;i Co. of Long Branch. Fla. ._- &

.: But has trouble enough of Us own. I years of this reginif. less than 1 per i| The total amount outside of the 22: UHBSEDICiLCO,. feSgyAflgIflantaGi.S. ? .

Sins, and the hills will answer; J cent of those taking the treatment;buildings for the Fort Pierce Phosphate -- ------- ;
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: Sigh it is lo.it otf the air- haVe had relapses. Natujallj'. ho does Co.. 1st $l1". Oi), and indicates It Will a-
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; The echoes! boun4] to a joyful sound i not administer it to the obviously in- 1 If If1j not only s-omethinff of general activity |, :
i
; But hrlnk
from
voicing care.: I i in -i "
1j curable but only to those In whom it building construction throughout '

i is ,wtJrtl\ while to bltltbt' I i the south, but is especially noticeable You
cooling Pay] )! !
lej.lce and I i" A.
men will seek you '

Gti*\*. and they turn and go.;. I t not coals actually of manhotkl"signed"-personsho with the have i I I;Jin I 1 a large view! amount of the fact of work that in there on.ar'ht i.s such-!' Standley & Co.: 11:

They want full of all Advtr-jt( '
measure
your office in a smajl town in Florida. You have anjl Real Estate
: pleasure. sary, of Sen>e. but are carriton hisfj i IF i
f I t is creditable not only to the archi- to sell,
But they do not need your woe.Be roll as probationer'*. The plan appears -;'tects, but to Florida itself.-:Manufac- I ;

--i glad and your friends are many:;: to be worth a trial mitsid St. I| t turt-r' Reconl. OR II i j I : The Pinrjocle of Human SkilL

Be sad, and you lose them all. Louis.-The Cosmopoliun- ; ; .

There. are none to decline: your nectar'd -_.........- IF I You're thinking-. of coming 1, 'I- t_,_, .Has been reached In our curIa:<*>

swine.| i We remember being many to Florida for -
't ; years ago i Jerry Burnett ja home. i buggies
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< \ : and
N the : harness The only **1
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it But alone you mu>tdvin'.j .life's gall.. 'in otfice of an;. uncle of ours, nitohlMasszicliusefts ., .1.1I \

lawyer. and a man I OR they can ever be better Is to raise thl

-k Feast and your halls are crowded; !of rather seedy appearance came in i i I Merchant -i.:: :i. %

-r Fast and tbe'world goes by. and bt'gan to tell his troubles. Our'J You desire to nyest in any i t:i : : Pifln.tele-elevate. the standard !'

Succeed and give, and It helps you Ihe i uncle heard him quietly for a fewminutes ; I F kind of Florida even then
property, 'S our, vehicles Tjill bat found
But no man can 'help you die. 'I' and then wid. "Have you such i ia Tailoring. i I .

There is room In the hans of pteasuieFor thing as five dollars about your Because TOSE !I'J S the top. They are not so high in

A large and lordly: train. j if you have I '"III listen to your S -
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But one by one we must aU file on 1 troubles. bat if not every man has j; Ocala, Florida. OR WRI.TE. \) prices, t&ougfc as to b. out off reAck ,
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Through the narrow .ii-rte* of pain. I about as many troubles of his own as Finest ,
I Imported
most vehicle
and
: users. Let us quota
he cares to be troubled with" C -.
This little '
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very well the you figures.. ,
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it4ii favor of Im a l tl4OM'lielUt'.nta.bond Issue for- nm- i!Animals.truth of the. above poem.-Our. Puiur-"- t Cutting a Specially .lIYINGUOH t tOCUli ,& SONS -


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:-- INDORSEMENT. ; ; For County Commissioner 1st, District Deaths at Lake Wier. NOTICE I .OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE

I LETTERS PATENT.
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T. Vote fcr a Ma- We regret to record the death of: I County Judge's Notice Executors
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Dutt
,tt 1.- -1f... County Man. For District Attorney- Yielding to the request of my Mrs. Morgan Davenport, which occurred | Notice is hereby given that we the< Administrators. GWIu t .
ri' undersigned will apply to the Governor -
To the Democratic Voters of the Fifth
friends to 'me la the
presented shape at Weirsdale last FrIday. and E
i of the State of Florida, four weeks The attention Administrators. .

: edItor ( Danner.t1't. Judicial Circuit.I :of a numerously signed petition I the death of Mr. W. W. Reed which alter the publication of this notice foi Guardians eutr
ad
recent laue of your paper hereby announce myself a candi. occurred at South Lake Weir earlj .letters patent under the following pro persons exercising authority al any
y concerning caneca&tor. date for the omce of States Attorney i hereby announce my candidacy for a posed charter. matters relating estates and
Monday morning.Mrs. un4el
"fera1ltemIJ ; for the Fifth Judicial Circuit, at the member of the board of county com T. N. SUMNER. by virtue of the t this
e r< It& Among them democratic primaries to be held May Davenport was a most estima I ;: JNO. W. ZUBER Is respectfully called to sec

peUUon bd been circulated In 15th. 1906. missioners subject to the endorsement ble lady and Mr. Reed a prominent i T. E. WILLIAMS cur 1872 to 1889 inclusive;

'- ,to .ricuat lr., DIL Baker > .. .. EDWIN W. DAVIS. of the democrats of thic countyat mill man who baa been a resident ol i I J. N. GFOFFIN. Statutes of Ford relatlnr RTI8
,Copy of Proposed Charter of Sumner
ser to becom a'candidate; the Fot. -ounty Judge-. the primary election to be held on that section for more than twenty i Lumber Company. settlement,. o aut. failure final discharge

JfcJ"t04 letters on tho .subject To the Citizens of'Marion County: I May 15. If elected I shall try to discharge 'jarB; ''j We the undersigned. hereby associate make such return and reports t
a a
; from the Sum. I announce that, I candidate : ourselves together for the purse -
1 DOUoo am a l the duties of this office .ydth required by law and NOTICE la here
\ &a4. for nomination 'and rEelection.to'theoftJce _. .!:> of becoming Incorporated under
by given concerned that all
Mr. Dake 8 nn.mflnt. Gf
of Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Moody
t
c ta'ri T1oea of County Judge of Marion an eye single to the best interests of be laws of the State of Florida appll* a Guardians, .

; County, subject tAt the Democratic II the county. Jacksonville who came down Sunday: .able to corporations' for profit. Eetor other Adinistrtr or neglected

: ot the statements In those Primary to be held May 15th 1906. afternoon to see Mr. Moody's mother, t ARTICLE L to make hn fle this court '
rtur
and the generaily tallAciousr As 1 um engaged In the active adninistrai'on i W. J. CHAMBERS.For Mrs. E. P, Moody and other relatives, (Name.) as required by on or bror the
ween i-f the duties of the office The name of this corporation shall
I __ first day of June, 1508 will
f the editorial notice and spe will not l>e iiossible fot me to make before their departure for BraKlen- be the Sl'MNER LUMBER COMPANY to make such settlement b rue ,

Banner of presentation appario lit 1 active or extended campaign. i Representative: town. returned home Monday over the and its principal place of bus of this court and .will forthwith

mislead] tho inconsiderate vo- I sojifit the support of the Demo- I I am a candidate for representative A. C. L. Mr. and Mrs. Moody were ne$! shall be In Ocala Marion Cumin 'removed from b

ea ; :ru tic Kleciors of Marion county, and and I want the job. I will abide by ty. Florida; but It may establish offices As theee returns ofce complicated -
deserverattto married at Charleston S. C several
: W t4 both counties perhaps .'lodge a, them an honest faith r.il ; the rules (,r the coming primaries and and agencies in any other place 01 requiring the examination of

etocldition. jart u 'ngh: administration of the dii-I iTomLse if nominated not to amaze months ago and this was young Mrs. places in or. out of the State .of Flor entire record and considerable t, '

executive committee of both I''c-s or the office If It be their dere! the world at my statesmanship; nor Moody's first visit to Ocala. She la ida. desiring to make such
; .1'11' 1 hall be the fool In Tallahassee and ARTICLE U.Business. pies 8tte
Sumter passed resolutl\ .nat again serve them. biggest quite a lovely young woman and it are requested to advise
"I' ud t
)4arlefl Respectfully, a'coming loaded and. candidates, positively ( .) particular day on which ther intend
in the 'Oth '<-natoo I was a matter of regret that her visit
) tatorl change JOSEPH BEL1. no infringements on my campaign The general nature of the business make settlement In order that I may ,:

as to make Marion a thunl1 r. Patent applied for. here was such a short one. to be transacted is: arrange my others

-rial & herself. )Marion by her For District Attorney. L. S. LIGHT 1. To buy lease and yell timber and having busines engment wit there
III"I1thJn
te s
To the Voters of the Fifth CircuitI :-- -'I .. NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. lands; will no. conflict

1.itt1fl and wealth was justly ended hereby Announce my candidacy fur I For Tax Assessor'ro :- 2. To manufacture and sell lumber b plsctfuY.

; tO thi* wn twenty years ago the office of state attorney for the fi'ih the Democratic Voters of Marion ; County Judge of Mariou O.ty.BEL F
judicial circuit of Florida composed ul 3. To build and operate and own
the district wa first formed un- county- In the Oounty Judge's Court Marion :- -tf.
-Ma the counties of Marlon Citrus Suuter. > such mills as are necessary to prosecute
constitution. It was At the solicitation of some of my -- -- --
itH the present a Hernando and Lake subject to the: County, Florida. the above object; .- ,
I myself that
believing
friends. county
II spat injustice done her to include democratic primary to bp.held May i5, offices should he changed occasionally To OTTO GROTHE Defendant, and 4. To construct and operate tram- NOTICE.

r thu 2"th district when many and solicit the suppo. of the democratic roads in connection with its business:;
in I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
j&itet Notice of Application for Tax Deed
voters of this district 5. To own operate and control ,all
not half her population Tax Assessor for Marion county, All Persons Interested.
!f .t.1I'Itb Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888
CARLOS L. SISTRU K. kinds of real and personal property; -
i 'aaade senatorial districts. If there -- subject to the democratic primary to YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that 6. To do generally any and ail Laws of Florida.
wart '
voter toLr For Tax Collectoi be held May the 15, 1906. 1 therefore things reasonable and Notice is hereby given that C. J.
f t to"fA' Marlon county opposed :- solicit the support of the democratic your property has been attached under necessary requisite
purchaser of Tax Certificate
To the Marion County e--ocracy: in carrying out the purposes of Rt.
we have not heard from voters of Marion county.flcsp&tfully and by virtue of a writ of attachment

Jrfm, tion of tax collectoi for state and issued out of the County Judge' ARTICLE HI. D. 1896. has filed said certificate -
F. B. TURNER.Fcr .
l I; The constitution provides for redls- county during my occupancy of the office Court of Marion County FlorM, in a (Capital Stock.) la m omc and b me application ,

:- etifir every ten )'ears. acceptably tp a large majority of County Commissioner: 'I t the tax payers of the county. I announce s this corporation shall be THIRTY- cordancewith Said certificateembraces
: Mr. Baker represented the district To the democratic voters of Marion : by 'attachment wherein Florida
myself a candidate for re- SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($37.- the following property

:L- *t' &e first ten-year period and. to elecjion. subject to the action of the County number-At of the earnest friends solicitation I hereby announce ofa Packing and Ice Company 'a corporation 000.00). divided Into 310 shares of the situated In deb cunty. F

": tM best of our Information not only county democracy in the primaries of candidacy my for the position organz>l and existing under thaws par value of ONE HUNDRED DOL to-wit: Northeast quer Nor. 4

_ag3 no tffort to correct the wrong. May 15, next. From now until of commissioner my from the second district of tha state of Florida. is plalnttIff LARS. ($100.00), each all of. which wet qurr. seon 25, township 1.
the primary comes oft will be my laid authorized capital stock shall be range 40 acres.
thwtfted the efforts of our repregeatetite& of Marion county. subject to the and you, OTTO OROTHfi is defendant ,
bat busiest season in the office so much action of the democratic primary election payable in cash as called for by the The eald l bin assessed at the
I Mr. Baker now eays In one 80 that It will bo impossible for me be iStn. and that you are hereby re' Board of Directors. date of the such certificateIn
to held May
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fQO tetters to Mr. McLeod: MI will. to aeglect my duty to the public In J. M. MATHEWS. quire to appear to said action before ARTICLE IV. the name of S. W. Moody. Une
order to make a personal canvass of (Term.)
"f be able at tho session of Flemington, Fla. the said Court on or before the sid certificate shall be
I feel sore 'he county. It would be a pleasuretor The term for which'this corporation cording to law, tax deed via issue ..
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ittf to feeip to legislate Sumter out of me to meet the people at the var- Fourth Day of June, A. D. 1906, shall exist Is ninety-nine years (If). thereon on the 20th.day of May, A. D. :

-, Use JOth and myself out of office," etc. Qua meetings that in all probability For Representative: ..or judgment will be ntere! against ARTICLE V. I, L90C.

"i rill be arranged by the county demo. To the democratic voters of Marion (Officers). '
'Jfotr In the light of that petition we you. The amount claimed by said ; Witness my om. signature and
I' :raUC executive committee to take county I will meet the candidates at The business of this corporation leal this the April A. DL9M. ..
regard U as a very ungracious act jlac over the county within the next McIntosh Thursday 26th and enter Florida Packing and Ice Company Isithe shall be conducted. by a President eTIcePres1dent. 1t

upon the part of Marion voters tc two months but I think that all good the race for the legislature. I havebeen sum of EIGHTY NINE and 85-100 a Secretary and Treasurer 'seal) SL T. .

Jjr. Baker in the unpleasant po- citizens who know me will understandthat encouraged to do so by the kind boliaxa and a Board .f Directors consisting Cleric Circuit Court, SU .
place It la duty before pleasure with expressions of my good friends In various of not less than three (J) perIODS H Cunty .
himself !FLORIDA PACKING AND ICE
titfcn of having to legislate me. I submit my candidacy upon my parts of the county. I will promise COJ; nor more than .Ave (5). to be I rid _

oat of office. And as a strictly political official record an dlf elected for another the people an interesting time. I By HERMAN BENJAMIN elected at the annual meeting of the i Notice of Application to Sl Real Estate -

er business proposition we fail utterly term of omce I will do my duty shall conceal nothing that a candidate Vice President and Manager. '1H. stockholders to be held on the fourth of Minor.I ..:

the force in Marion democrats as I have In the past. should tell and if sent to Tallahassee L. Anderson Attorney for PIJ.inwi Tuesday In December 1906 and annually I -
; to et.\ Very respectfully I will do all in my power to prevent thereafter on-the fourth Tuesday I Notice is hereby given that the uniersigned -

; electing a Sumter representative to do E. L. CARN3L. the enactment of laws that -will tendto 5-4 of December In each year: PROVIDED I guardian of the estate o

: ti !swork, thereby creating a vacancy : increase taxes. Res"ectfully, that the offices of President da Mor minor child and heir :

and' requiring another election two For.Tax Collector GEO. G. MATHEWS. NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. and Treasurer may be held by one and D. deceased, w11 on :

i: I hereby announce my candidacy -- the same stockholder, or the offices of Friday, the 18th day 1906, -
: ytors hence to fill out, ,the term. tor the office of tax.collector Marion Under and by virture of a final decree Secretary and Treasurer may be held apply to the Hon. Joseph Bell,

f. The editorial notice of Mr.. .ker, county Florida subject to the For County' Ccmrnuamener: rendered on'the,28th day of April, by one and the same stockholder.ITae Judge for Marion county Frid count at J

f notwithstanding the action of all Tho democratic' primary to be .held Mayq Under the s solicitation of a number A. D. nos.. by the Honocabte Vf.: 9.Bullock. ; -. .following named officers shall Ocaa for leave to sell the

15. 190 and solicit the'support or the Judge of the ''Circuit'Court.of onduct the business of this orpora- of said minor in the following '
and oommittetri he has InterEt
) convention voters of this cuuuty. : of my 'friends I have agreed to announce 'the Fifth Judicial Circuit of .the iou until those elected at the first annual t
In
!. been.absolutely irrepressible in claiming J. W. BISHOP. 1 myself a candidate for county state of Florida in and for Marion meeting shall qualify: President : East land half Marion of lot 3,county west Ford

appeal- -- county in chancery in a certain cause T. N. Sumner Vice. vl .
; the "rotation agreement and treasurer ;
commissioner from the second district. north of north of lot 2,
Ing for fair treatment and that Marion, For County Treasurer- sending thereinwherein D. C.w.Smiths President. John W. Zuber; Secretary, ind lot, i, hf section hf,
1 With the assurance of my hearty larion county, subject to the democratic complainant, and James Coons T. E. Williams: Board of Directors.T. townIpI
I 13 25 and also ,
I II. : *tta her preponderating. voting appreciation for past support I res- primary. J. II. BRASS i it. Mary B. Coons and Porter Hanks. jr;, N. Sumner John W. Zuber, T. E. range of southwest, nortest qut '
:er-
i strength should deal fairly with her; oectfully submit my candidacy for the are defendants in which said final decree Williams and J. N. Griffin. and west quater of norh'et -
of Marion county sub- -:. Gaitsr. Fla I the undersigned ARTICLE VI.Indebtedness. quarter
I when ia reality Marion should all the ,-easuryship special mastern quarter of northwest quarter and east
of to the coming democrac named and appointed ). V
ct course chancery, was (
1ft
while have beeh. contending for fair naif of northwest quarter except -
primary. hor Commissioner: to; execute the same will as such special '- The highest amount of indebtednessto chains north and south by chains
treatment. TIIOS. E. PASTEUR. master on which this corporation shall at anytime I '
To the Voters of Marion County:- east and west In southwest corner
Marion has unquestionably dtaltfreneroualy Since it is impossible for the courthouse Monday the 4th day of June A. D. 1906 subject itself Is thirty-seven and except 1360 north and south -

c, with Sumter-very generously For Tax Assessor to be completed this year, and within the legal hours of sale offer thousand dollars. by 660 feet east fet west in the south-
Thanking my friends for past favors believing that I can serve the peoplein and expose for sale at the ARTICLE VILSubscribers fast corner section 36 township IS.
-and under all the circum- I respectfully ann 'nce myself the completion and final arrangements south door of the court house in Ocala ( ). %5.

'. It does not impress us as just a candidate for renomnlation in the of the same, as well as any man Marion county, Florida. and will sell The names and places of residenceof range LOYD W. MORGAN. -

-4. the proper thing for Sumter to claim next in the district therefore I take this to the highest and best bidder for the subscribers together with the Guardian. -
primary.ALFRKD AYER. method of announcing my candidacyfor cash, the following described real property amount of capita) stock subscribed for
II Jbe right to attend to this redistrictIng R. D..Bulok V
re-election to the office of. county to-wit: jy each; is: Guardian. 4-20

business for us. And the Marion For Representative- commissioner from the 4th district: Southeast quarter (se 1-4) of south- Same. Residence. Shares. Attorer .

rn !ottr who wants a Sumter man for To the Democratic Voters of Mariot my official record is well known to svest quarter (sw 1-4) of section three T. N. Sumner Moultrie, Ga ....108 ----- --- V

l t it. must either oppose the measure, or County:- rOIl and I ask your consideration of (3) township fifteen (15) south range John W. Zuber Atlanta, Ga. .....170 Notice. fO Application to Sell Real ,

After due consideration and at the Hirf same. twenty-three (23) east, situate lying T. E. Williams, Moultrie. Ga.. ....(6J Estate of Minor

bare a good deal more confidence inhumanity of numerous friends I here- and being in Marion county. Florida. N. Griffin Valdosta Ga., ., ..46

F. than we have. We thereforeay request myself a candidate for 1.E'spectfu11y.N.. A. FORT. or so much thereof as will satisfy the State of Florida Notice is 'hereby given that the un-
by announce
ay unhesitatingly, that the proper .representative to the legislature from decree and COB County of Marion. iersigned guardian of tutrix of the

subject to the demo- For the Legislature: JOSEPH II. BELL. Before me the undersigned author arsons and estates. of Curtis '
thing for the Marion voter in the approaching Marion county org
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1.- cratic primary to be held on May 15 I hereby submit my name to the Special Master in Chancery. ity personally appeared. N. Sumner Carl Morgan and Ida Morgan.
I primary is to. nominate a 1966. T. E. BIGGS. democratic voters of Marion county at Hocker & Duval Solicitors for Complainant and John W. Zuber me well knownto lelrs at-law and children of John

I .' Marlon man. the primary election to be held May ?. 45COMMISSIONER'S be the individuals described in and Mon deae. wl on .

Mr. Daskin. during the very short For'Members of the School 1 Board.I 15, as a candidate for member of the -- who signed the 'foregoing proposed .. t of May, 1906. _
candidacy SALE. charter of the SUMNER LUMBER apply to Hon. Joseph Bell, county -
respectfully announce my legislature from this county. If elected -
time he in the last
occupied u seat COMPANY who severally acknowledged Marion Florida,
county
for
for re-election as a member of I promise to earnestly and conscientiously udge a
legislature made a very creditable the school board from the Blitchton represent the best Interests Under and by virtue of a. d t- to me that they Oca for leave and authority to
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record, and this aside from all else, district. B. R. BLITCH. of my constituents and on thattatform roe of the Honorable W. S. Bullock signed the same for the uses third interest of said -

' should ask the support of the Marion fudge of the Fifth JudIcIal Circuit Qf and purposes therein set forth in following land in Marion ::
entitle him to full term.
I a To the Democracy of the 20th Senatorial county democracy: at the coming he State of Florida, in and for Marion and expressed. I further certify that mnr, Flora. to-wit: East half of -

I '-, D. II. IRVINE.Orange District.I primary. bounty in Chancery rendered on the 1 am a duly commissioned notary pubic lot 3. of lot 3, north halff

I Lake April 30 1906. hereby announce my candidacy for C. L. DlTTI GE'\l. 3rd day of May, A. D. 1906 in a cer.ain in and for the State and County > north half of lot 3. lot 4, in section V

--- the office of state senator from the -. cause in said Court pending. above named and that my commission 24, also northeast quarter of southwest

,...I/ CapL D.:H. Baker a Candidate. 20th Senatorial district to be voted for therein Samuel P. Johnson is defend- does not expire until the 16th day' quarter of northwest quarter;

."., at the coming primary of May 15, For County Commissioner bth Dis- ant, and Thomas F. Johnson Eliza of March. A. D.. 1909. west half of southwest quarter Of
Baylor and Mary E. Taylor are deendants IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
1906. I heartily endorse the resolution trict: quarter and east half of
,, : : Sumtervllle, April :6. 1906. passed by the executive committee Thanking the democratic voters of we the undersigned commissioners hereunto set my hand and official seal northwet lorthwest quarter except 10 chains V

V" To the Editor Ocala Banner of Marion county of March 17, this county for the flattering vote given will sell on the 4th day of this the 23rd day of March A. D. 1906. north and south by 5 chains east and .
une. 1906. at the south door of the [seal] T. T. MUNROE. .
The Times tomorrow will announce 1S.06; asking that Marion county be me two years ago for the office of vest in the southwest corner and et
, ; xmrt house in Ocala Marion County, Public.
I made an individual senatorial district county commissioner, for the 5th district Notary Sept 1360 feet north and" south by 660ftt
,i ;'th( candidacy of Capt. D. IL Baker and I promise If nominated and and being assured that'my conduct Florida during the legal hours of sale, State of Georgia east and west in the southeast

"Jor: state senator- he having yielded: to elected to use my best efforts to carry in office has given satisfaction. In to the highest and best bidder for cashthe County of Colquitt rner section 36. a in township 13
V
following described property tp- Before me the undersigned authority
wishes expressed in I
Into effect the obedience to a very general request south range 25 .
, the many requests from Marion county that resolution and also to serve the announce my candidacy for re-elec Vi It: personally came T. E. Williams tome eastSUSIE MORGAN
Northwest quarter of southw st well known to be one of the Sndlriduals -
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:.'t'Md the general sentiment of Sumter. best Interests of the people. tion. Guardian or tutrix.
. :; quarter, and west half of northeast described in and who signed
respectfully, CHAS. W. TURNER.For I
i- ''*l take the in behalf ofI' Very of for the R. B. Bullock.'V
! liberty to say J. G. BASK1X. quarter of southwest quarter sec- the foregoing proposed charter Guardian. 4-20
for
i ';[.> Suiuter county that we apreciate the -- ion 21. township 17 south, range 6t'ast isUMNEIi LUMBER COMPANY and Attorney_ .
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: :' CommissionerT : also a portion of the southeast tie acknowledged to me that he signed u -- ---

I..:j ymaalfestatlons of good will on the part To For the Representative Democratic Voters of Marion ,\ the Democratic Voters of Marion [aurter of southwest quarter of section the same for the uses and purposes NOTICE! V -

I : if of .8Q many in Marion county and the County: County:-" 21, township 17 south. range 26 ast.towit herein: set forth and expressed. I -
Being requested by many friends 1 : Begin at southwest corner iofhe further certify that I'am duly commissioned -
comingto
II.HI *y'' candidatefor the Church Lbt for the
known and
both through the press and hereby announce myself as lot as notary public in Joseph Bell county judge V
me [
\jK; *as of "The Banner County of Flor- personal Interviews endorsing my county commissioner for district, hence run west 6.3 chains to edger state and county aforesaid and that lon county. at his office In
No. 4 subject to democratic primaryof clearing given as the forty line commission does not expire until Marin O
: :>>*::tda" to be fair and considerate to- record in the legislature *f 1203, and ill) on 30th day of April A. D..
that my services in May 15th, 1906. hence north 4' chains, thence north the 1st day of October. A. D. 1909. sell and -
: ; leave to
assurances
with for
-jtnrds "her title sister. Although Capt. acceptable to a large E. O. CORDREY. 5-1 degrees 15 minutes east 2.55 chains, In witness whereof I have hereuntoet a Ute -
the past were Inl est of
,;!_... ?r rids in Sumter county he majority of the voters of Marion county hence north .26 degrees 45 minutes my hand and official seal this the M. Leonard, 1 Lond,
-> befqr tfc. people of *ast 1.70 chains: Thence north 10 u.- 26th day of March. A. D, 1906. rice Lona
ii11 I again come County Commissioner: Leonard Louis H. ,
be Stella ,
found elect-
1 if nominated and candidate for the leg : rees east 1.:: chains; thence [seal EDWIN L. BRYAN. E children
the county as a D. Leonard, minor
(iJt;. dr a _senator fpr th> whole district asLhn islature.If I hereby announce. my candidacyas north 11 degrees thirty minutes west Notary Public. md of George W. deceased later

elected. I shall in the future as lathe county commissioner from commis- 3 5 chains; thence north 40 degrees 43 I State of Georgia St Johns Ln, the
ne before held that high position ) J1ordan
thence north
best efforts to advance minutes west 3.32 chain, bounty of Lowndes, '
,. d tilt-good people of Marion will havt pa.st'devote and the Interest my and welfare of sioner's district' No. 3, Marion county i.50 chains \to forty line, thence east Before me the unJersigued authority following lands siute- Yaron 2 V

J'lIOthln to the democratic 1.45 chains thence south 25 degrees, 30ninutes personally came J. N. Griffin, rome Bounty. Florda
Florida subject 17 18,
15, 16. Vl.
; : to regret in yielding to Sum- the people. Lots 1%. 1.
east 90-100 chains, thence of the in- :
, events will face the well known to be one 41
Many important half of lot
15th next.Rt'spectfunr the
" J? ,'l-Hhes this time. next legislature of Florida and wIt primary of May south 55 degrees east 4.50 chains, aividuals described in and who sigt and 19. 35 two, and and 7-100 acres In the southeast V
t"t ",. better qualified : hence south 33 degrees fast p.30 the foregoing proposed
Very truly, past experience I feel charttl of lot 14, according to the
r'it .. my corner
: k Chains thence south 8 degrees 45 inlnites Sumner Lumber- Company, he
h .' to materially aid in good legislation S. R. l'n." S. < Lhe recorded in the Public Record
t4! 'J. C. B. KOONCK. which shall be my sole consid east 3 chains, thence south 20 1tJITet'S (- acknowledged to rae that he signed plat ,
county
r' .. '<' -__. 45 minutes west 4.40 chains the same for the uses and purposes jf Marion forida entle
;%tr eration.Very NOTICE.In south 25 degrees east ,,1.26 forth and JMap of a portion "erndez gt
herein set
r!dnt.strator's respectfully. I (
; Notice of Final Dis- prese.I .and lots 1 and 2 section 21 ana lQ'
ED. L. WARTMANX. chains .thence west 1.59 chains, thence further that J commissioned south
,;.'..",".';' ,* *.- c h argc.. the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi- .south :CS chains to p. o. b.. cont iinng -I certify public in and for the of section 2S, township 1 range"
< notaI- Engineer.
".-l$? "" CommissionerTo -- cial Circuit of Florida in and for 15.60 acres of dry land. : state and county aforesaid and that 31 east. H J. Cmpbel..

lJSotl"f' Is herebygiven that --m the For the County Democratic Voters of Marion Marion County-In Chancery. And also. begin at the southeast corner -t my commission noes not expire until March EMMA J. LEONARD..305t V

:\ 't.h day of November A. nl06., theundeIaIj county:- of southwest quarter southwest. the 30th day of May, A. D. 1907. -\.
of Ocala, Complainant. C. W. 17 hereuntoset Guardin.
the solicitation of numerous i City quarter of section :1. -township In witness whereof. I have
kt : administrator of th* cs1hn Through friends I hereby announce myselfas i Morse, Jr., Defendant Order for south. range 26 east run thence north I my hand and of'ia seal this the

: btt It W. Ianllal1. dects"l. ,': n. candidate for county commissioner I. Constructive Service.It 4.55 chains pond. thence north 8: degrees :9th day of ) ., 1906. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NUTICE OF JFINA > :T'
a distrIct Is ordered that the defendant 45 minutes wet 2.43 chains.. [ W. F. DISCHARGE. :
l jprcatnt to the lion Joseph Roll OounJAJ for the second commissioners tal STATE -
subject to the action herein named. to-wit: C. ,Yo Morse Jr., thence north 56 dt"greesI; minutes. I 4-5 : Publc.
Judge K'.rida.g of the county, Xotr
nf 1 ar'n County.
the ensuing primary election. be and he is hereby required to appearto west :.16 chains. thence north I Judge's Court Manon CouatrFlorida.
b! flatl a.'tur..aand mak. fia-il sot- of the bill of complaint filed In this minutes, west 2.fit; IB Couuty
My record of fifty years residence as 34 degrees 35 Ii NOTICE. 13 Re Estate; of J. f. Fwardi
: 'ttn.'nt.1 .In .. for htiti. l dis- citizen of Marion c"unty is the plat- cause on or before chains. thence north 11 tiegrees Deceased. 1.orrics .
a Monday the 4th Day of June 1906.It 30 minutes west .90 chains. TO ALl.
;f.t' 4' :. iinlstrator t.r IhState. frtl l 'form upon which i stand. and by ordered that of In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial \ IS HKRKBV GIVEN
is further a 3.69
mfellow citizens are requested copy thence north IS degrees east] whom it may concern that on the :
l'. T. RANDALL which ballots to upon my this order be published once a week chains, thence north 40 degrees 45 Circuit of Florida-In and ist day their pass
5 V Administrator !'Mateif J.>hn ",V.K .I candidac by for four consecutive weeks in the minutes, west 5.50 chains thence south I for Marion CountrInChncer. the undersigned will apply t. the Uov. Josep V

anda11' ti3.14tt1. : ii. w. Loxa Ocala Banner a newspaper publishedin 17.S3 chains thence east 7.70 chains top Bell,judge ot said court as judge ol probate.
* said county and state. and aIM Begin at \3 Administratrix of the
o. b., 6.69 acres; Us ieLDawnport for a final discharge an
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.c'1..1. FIrld'IW :3rii. :; '>6. This 24th day of April. 19<)$. northeast corner.of above named Eiuar- rWii R. Davenport. Defendant c.bt of J. Ji. Edwards deceased, and at tie V-

',...6.1 For State Senator: Senatorial Seal.) S. T. S1STRUXK, ter-quarter section. run thence west I Constructive Service.It same lime I win present Jto said court my iaaJ
To the Voters of the Twentieth of said estate. aa4 '
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County, 4.50 chains tltence south 24 degrees 20 i is ordered that the Dfendnt. accounts administratrix V
District
-- --- ---------------- Florida.T. 3.34 chains, thence south herein to-wit: askfortheirappvvsl.:
Having been announced a candidatefor minutes east I nme required to Dated this Nov. *3. A. D.1903-
Is hereby
: THE twentieth senatorial district E. Bigg*?, Complainant's Solicitor. 11 degrees 4; minutes. west 2.39 chains venport, D. C. Kr'WAD -

OCAlfl HOUSE CAfE.. to be the voted for at the primary May 15. 427Our thence south 6; degrees 30 miputes"t I appear to the Bill of Complaint-In the this 4th AS AdmiaistratrU Estate ol J. F. B4wTds.dec -
before, Monday T226&
in saying that if 3.95 chains thence north! 76.S4 cause on or. aseQ.
1906. 1 take pleasure White House shoes I of June, 1906. _. '
it will be highest aim to low quarter chains to p. A. b_ :2.40 acers; which day ---- --- ---
elected my
i for Men and Women can't be beatenin said described lands In a strip 7.70 It Is further ordered that a copy of
The such manner
in a
dining room of the Ocala HouseS respect the district order be published once A week
Ocala. The Fair. x side of southwest.
'thi
wide east .
"111 but words ; chains on
. kPt open through the summer that I will deserve nothing ,' I of said j I eight consecutive weeks in the 1'
of southwest quarter
c Qd known as the Ocala House Cafe. of commeoratlon. I recognize the jus- quarter publishedin md4dw
, The Chafe wUl ,be a la carte, but a sne- of commendation. I recogni/e the justice Col. Henry WattMson was on the section" 21 comprise the dry Jands. 'Ocala said Banner county, a nespapr.

.- :-" 'aL rate win be made to regular of the resolution adopted by the- witness stand In Louisville the other Dated this; %d day of Mav. 19.'. 26th day of March. 1906.

"t,::,' toadeii by tta week. The usual and, committees of both counties, that in day and mad a most adroit witness. GEORGE DeVAULT. Th ] S. T. BANK DEPOSIT
DOBBIN'S j
II. F. SISTUNK
in 1901
'tl1 to be made
known the Ocala the appointment
$?.t.i'.IfClUit excellence of alone shall constitute a.. tW. C;. SJIORES.Cmrnbsi'flers.. : !Clerk Crcui Court. : $5,000 R. R, Fare Paid. Note*
dining maintained.h Marion county
room will be .i .
A of White House shoes }- taksa en tiltkv. BEST
pair our.
. : ? i
acre la'for weekly effort to accomplish that result will make your feet glad. New. low Hockrr & Duval, Sistrunk BiJ ebespia en
the
-Jlatta' and further table.articulars.For call on I Very respectfully. quarter styles jut in: for men and Complainant's Solicitors- It! Complainant's Solcitor C 6EOSCS/-AUBXV.A BUSINESS COtLEGETltHe bceaf&t
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