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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala 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 18, 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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Tuesday afternoon from flve lo six-
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# W. Richard1. thirty o'clock .Mrg. David SamUrmanWpodrow :.
t't was the hostess at:a.charmiigY To Every Customer. Based .on .Business and !
*son, of Atlanta Ga.. have announced "
sfe infonral! reception. ';
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:! : --\\D- the-engagement of their daughter, Mrs. Woodrow's home had been converted Responsibility. .p -;' 1

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w- Lillian to Dr. Lucian Frederi into a perfect bower of palms
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B1aloc' of this city the Bedding ferns, trailing bamboo and other beautiful .- '

! ii plants. and was .iti(>&t artS&tlea'ly MUNROE & CHAMBLISSf
'. PHOIOGRAPIO GOODS "$ffi a14ti4 '1r"Jui4t3 fmirteen. arran ed. Cut flowers in Vases gav : .
: the evening at the bride's home. '
.- I just the.right touch of color to toe BANKERS. .
This:! Illed.Singnews will be read wi| .
room, and all during the afternoon t
I ';, ''rl.t the Ocala friends of tfieft Ocala Fla. 27 J 906. .
p' ? i unJer the skillful touch of Prof. W. S. I Jan. t
Blalock was graduated knlli'1P1
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flTJEV -
UM YEI1J0RE l] 'Pike, exquisite music added a great -
11""v
Atlanta about two yeai '
.:' 'IPOSTrOFFICE..DRUG F deal to the pleasure of the guests. ___ -
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I' ago and ,since that time has made hIs -- : ,,-
At the door little Misses Annie
home In this city He is engaged }Ji A FEW HEALTH .LAWS. .
Blair Woodrow and May :LTc'ntoPhJ .
practicing his profession in coparjp.jvith. .
dainty in white dresses. took the cards '
W"-llhiR: ..Dr. Rv D. Fuller. f I Five Health Rules That Should Be
I f ': and showed the ladies into the library
.' v JIIs\ Richardson lis a "Verytvg ittra !f Obeyed in Regard to Sanitary RlN'
where Afrs Woodrow cordially we1.
\ young girl, Min: a member ef sag Conditions. ,
comed them. Receiving with JifF were:
., and .'
.. families
of Atlanta's prominent
-. --1:- .;.:-. iUPrescriptions .r,. Mrs. Frank )Maxwell of Jacksonville! 2 The executive board of the City Improvement 'l'
f:1 : :' J .. Dr. Blalock's friends will unite in gi| ., '. '
rIng >
I" ,, } and Miss Esther Weathers.The .
her a very cordial welcome to her society rMTteetfully calls ,
hostess, -who is one of Ocala'smost
Carefully Filled new home '$ love the attention of the itizens of Ocala We Have Now in Stock
popular women, was
,-. _.j, :, .' .. .-'_' c'- ......-_-_. it'-- ..'>:- '.....-"!-....--'."... ._',.'J! ........&. .Y...,"'" ...... __- 'I' ly In white, and young Miss Weathers was and vicinity to! the following: extrac-ls' ,

; : ; '==i f7 CartkdgRnsavlIeMr. ., ,,, .. ," the Most Complete Line of
1:: -' '*'? --.4< Kiokin particularly attractive, also in from the laws of the state board of
b Mr. JohnD.Buckalewv 1f"\\'no has b en \i.- "' .

HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN ''-j jI atWhite Springs for: jhe past two ,arid. Mrs.-,.1;;".., John-. -if...'Wesley Rounsa- a. white Maxwellho gown. can down .:?specia'ly health: RINGS that Can BeFound
I weeks, has now'gone "on to his home I v ille announce the engagement of thei? Mrs. Rule Definition of Sanitary Nuisances .

i at Jamesburg X. J. Mr. Buckalew will daughter, Mary Meredith to Dr. Edward for this reception. is one, of I '

),Ir. J. H. Spencer spent the day return to, Qcala next winter. Cornelius Cartledge, of ..Atlanta the most charming of the young matrons A sanitary; nuisance) is hereby Anywhere. -
at Dunnellon. evening Jn 'Jacksonville society. She wore !declared to be the commission of any
: TQeIJ.1Y I' the marriage to occur in the Can
i }lr. Clifford Anderson returned to of June,6; at their home in Rome. Ga. a beautiful go'wn of Dresden silk, and ae by an individual. municipality: orjranSzation and. See Them.

,Hon. J. H. Uarco pent Tuesday In I Holder Sunday afternoon. and Mr. B Miss Rouns, >avile! will be pleasantly ma'te many friends, wh) regret hat : or corporation, or the keeping -
;J rlty. This was }Ir, Darco's first ofthme her visit to Ocala such a brief '
\ht S. Weathers to Dunnellon. Both remembered in this city, having spent was i maintaining, propagation exist- I

.I }ilL to OwiU in !t \'E'ra1wet'ks.. 'Young jnen 'are now with theButtgenbach the winter here several years ago as one. :ene or permission of anything. by an .
'" '- Phosphate Company of Eulalle and In the back parlor punch ,wa's "ervpcl I eIH
Misses Eluyse
: of Welrsdale, has the guest: 'individual municipality, organization
Mr. Robert Ajlsop Mrs C. S, Cullen and G. F. Dittmer. 41
t.) pei"l the sum."lIier. Izlar. She is a very charming and accomplished by :or corporation by wh'ich the health or I
1')118 to WelrsniUle. Ml w Willie Hell has gone to Lakeland and assisting in other ways In enter- :
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young woman, possessinga :: life of an, individual or the health or
'S where she ,will spend a couple' most iuisite voi(' During 'her taming the guests in the different i I5vea of individualloiy'be threatened ,

I )1r. LLt.; Anderson wnt down t<. of weeks with her friend, Mrs. Kenneth %'Isitln Ocala she sang at several fentertdinments rooms wasIi.s'! Margaret Eagleton. OF impaired or by which or through
s McPherson, formerly Miss Susie :Miss Louise Gamsby and Miss Hattie
ttt'rnoon'for and charmed om disease
: 11utOTu(> :L) a sew every which directly or indirectly,
ml dajri' business visit. Seymour of this city. who heard her.Miss Dye. < may be caus-ed. (Sec. 1, Chap. 4116.

----. Eloyse Izlar will leave for Ths dining 'roomwas : entirely in Acts Of 189$.) .

Ml** Margaret Walters .:wont'" down I : '1orida'& railroad commission may Rome next week and will_ Jbe 1i51RounsavJle's green anil white, and was very greatly Rule 36-Depo>its of Filth. That Fred 6. B.' Weihe
'afternoon'v to have reco'vered a few trunks for the ad mired. In the center x f the table ,
:'t Colenian Tuesday ,1 maid of honor. at herrnorriage the contents of cesspools offal, gar-
ptnd ft Wf'fc or two with e1aUves.I I puolic. But alas! it has teen lacking ii to Dr. Caitledge ,who Is a was a vase of white carnations anu bag foul water. tijvater, refuse The Jeweler
In those qu ilitie3 that make of it a banked"around the base of the vase : r
prominent young: physician .\ }!. ; from manufactories, stables, decayed-
!great benefit to the people *>f'the state. white oleander blossoms combined '
I The country loses a very able) up- r, were animal or vegetable matter or other L. J

fight *nd patriotic citizen In the death Apaldchlco'd Time:), Watermelon ana cantaloupe.hip' with aspa agus ferns. Long.( spraysof offensive substance, detrimental to .

"- d Han. Carl Schurz.Mewre. I' left Monday ments. the ferns'were caught up to the I health. tKr _ _ | Mr. Hibbert Weathers extended :
StT chandelier in the center, and The Daughters Enjoy Another Pleas.
remain in ?r Oplintiny private ?remises -
Strauss & Co., are fleeted) '!for (llendale Ohio a suburb of Cincinnati ,Capt.. T. H. Johnson, -watermelon ,gracefully to the corners of the ant Afternoon
street, avenue, alky, sidewalk, Together.
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where he will the gum-
spend
by and cantaloupe ,buyer, has just returned .
; the office of "Purveyor-in-Chief ,' table. The cakes were iced in green lot .
!Thetmr with friends. 'Hibbert's; south'Florida. gutter, public reservation or open I
many
w.. vVi\fll'tl@lmlnr m&lJurity2 from a. visit to and white. and the green and white unin- The members of Dickson chapter,
flieMs: nop* that when be r tUFR9 and the atermclo5 l and ran- within any Incorporated or I'
- 211r reports m1l1t in sllYc\ ? :f.mpot plared eoriwraua town or villafc sf Uss tats; Daughters of the I Confederacy, held
GiMJTfV. :Nmile ofjtashler Dunnf'lh iI.It I home next -fall that he will be entirely taloupe crop of that section in -excellent around the tablewere very dainty and declared nui- their regular monthly meeting Friday
of Florida, are hereby
of the Dunnellon bank.. ant1J' !I,restored. "to ea1th.I __ condition and that shipments effective. The young ladies serving sauces jn uri us to health; and any afternoon, Miss josie Williams entertaining -
Mr.. John Gamble of the same citer >' will begin about the sixteenth or ?ev- were :Miss Miriam Pasteur; Miss Ieta them at the homo of her sitter -
: .w-lio shall ("()mmit. create or
of Gainesville! who liasbet'U person
.. > and ;
the elation wftj s si "'llng, '\ the guest oj Miss Grace acreage larger than usual. He says Sara Harris all of whom wore white convictionbe street This. was the most largely attended
them shall
either'of ,
: In this for coupleof upon
Moore city a
Clara
that around! Fort Meade are planted and meeting that the Daughters '
green.Despite
.' Mr and Mrs Walter R. Durrcll of : weeks, has returned' home. She wmsaCCOIUTa.flie4 about 300 acres; Bowling Green 350 I the rainy> weather, a large than,fined twentv-jBye not less. 'than dollars five for nor every more }have enjoyed for some months and

fWtinHathj R I.. arrived I ir. O >;ilnIF by Mis!! Clam Moore aerW'auchua.: :250:: ( acres; Arcadia, number of Mrs. Woodrow's friends attended was also one of the most pleasant.

I-. Tuefclay afternoon anl wm!!jeml :svjfc who will be her- guest f<*r a short ,300 acres, and, many other places in her reception and' it proved to such.Rnle3Filin offense Ground with or Removal Among other things done at this

eril ...erk with Mrs. liurell's sister. i while.Rev.: I like proportion.Mr. .Ibe I a most delightful\ and 'happy affair. of Filth. That the filling level- meeting it was decided to celebrate
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mf ,'ri G*.rsw; }''. Dittmer.K ', > 1, Johnson says that the shippers surface of ..andjrrounJ Jefferson Davls's birthday; June third,
L.. D.: the pastor of th( ing or raising the
Haynes,
--- : are expecting big prices, and are turnIng Death of Josh Andrews. by holding memorial sem Ices. As this

,l fe Judge 'Virn-A; Hooker came down !'MetboJist, church at Hawthorne,- flllexJ down flatly .pr l'es, bich l last':year,, -----. or lot within any incorporatedcity date falls -on Sunday this rear, the -
I the Methodist pulpit in thlJctySun- We wish we had then of Judge or unincorporated town or village -
t from Tallahassee Tuedayfr afternoon I would have heen5 regarded. a& extra services 'will be held at the Baptist J
, t several days, and is the gusto.ofJ I I day morning and evening $n't e absence ordinary. '" J. B. Wall to pay a fltying tribute to of the state of, Florida! with animal ('hurrh.and the ministers of all '

U aon/Mr. Will Hocker. Judge Hock 1 t of Rev. L. W. Moore, who,is still --- ;T the late Josh _Anldrews, who died or vegetable substances filth churches will be'invited U; participate

I *: r tame' d<)\ n'to oast hi" ballot Tuesbr. I In Birmingham He preached'\ ver, Big Fire at Micanopy.A :}.. :Tuesday afternoon at. the Marion gathered in cleaning yards or 'reels! in the memorial exereIe.: '

! .. interesting and earnest sermons, ant --- :- county hospital.eH waste material f'om mills or factories -
After the business meeting Was over -
was greeted by good congregations a:! bg! tire raged at Mlcanopy Saturday j was a Kindly generous: man or the removal of the surface of -
\VU
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ilis iamll. assisted by Miss Dora
J TlMi (5.A. R.-wet in Palatka WednesMe both the morning and the evening which resulted in a great loss,, Quick to respond to ,the appeals of the :my 'ground or lotHhin said Ht.es.towns'or s 1f1I. fary'.UUams.. of
and } )
&,e7. ** T.J. Owen dlvbctoinaMer com- st'rvic and which laid, hi ashes five buildings sick ansi: distressed and could not go I V.l3tE':.. filled with su-'Jj "ffeusive Vogt rv'e-d
Carolina very'
South tempting
<=' : Jiwph Rumby, adjutant; antectrrade of that town aggregating a prJjerty too ,far nor labor thard, to do a ; inattof or sutvtam'e, ;n such J ,
refreshments.:
: Thomas Walters andA.. W Dr. T. K. Slaughter, mayor of Belle loss of many thousand dollars! kindness for1 a friend. Manner as to cause noisome odors or -
Text month Mrs. C. A. IJddon will
;Oatt went up from Oo.ila to attend \lew: Capt J. B. Webb, of the Standard From the best information obtainable He was his own worst en my.Mr !:noxiou-s ga *es. to arise, are hereby declared '

: 1h* encampment. Mr. Owen was AC- i. Lime Works at Kendrick; Mr. M] it appears that the fire onglnatfd Andrews was an KnglNhman nuisances injurious to health; entertain the Daughters....I .
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.ft t -4' mpMk1 by Mrs. Owen. sDavid :V.:B. Van :;ei:, of Inverness; MessrsC. from a spark from: a locomotive in the 'and came to this county from Lake and any person who shall cause com- From last Friday's Daily.

-- ,- I : 'E. Derrick and U.I.: Knight.. or! packing house of Thomas McCredie. and had been living here about ten J!mit, create"or maintain sivh nuisance The candid-lies report a goodneet- -

; Jutge S. Williams and 'his Crystal'River, and Mr. W; .c. Knight, which contained a quantity ,of ,packing I ,;, jvars. He was a member of the Episcopal shall upon conviction, be fined not less Hg:: at lirahamvllleyesterdaj The

dlutdfr. JIM Polly Williams, re CltronJle. were prominent Visitor; material. Mr. kCreJit.' "loss' ., was: church. and had great reverence ;.un live nor more than twenlv-five meeting! was held In the 'packing ;muse

morning from about $?. dollars f. each i' turned: hoiiw Tut'sJay to Ocala Monday.Mr. .> : OO. for relIgIon r .)f Howard & Gib m, and )fro John.
Jft(1a, where they spent a week as: }From this building the tlames spreadto Poor Josh! May the grass gmwgren Rule 41-Hogs a Nuisance In Town. ti. Graham, of Ocala t chairman of the
and Mrs. R. A, A 1.'f ; returned hotm the mill of (Montgomery ,"& That the keeping herding and feeding
; tM rue u of II r. : R. R. Yonge.Sr' moss and the winds blow lightly o\'er : Ifarion county 3enocratlc executive .

: tord. Sunday afternoon from Jacksonville Hllleary, which was soon.destroyed. his grave. ; of hogs In pens,or otherwise .within committee and a former citizen of

L --. where he .tPent.severa.1 days.. He ,attended Several other houses were also destroey -- an incorporated city or unincorporated Grahamville. pre;'dccS. and intnyliv'fdthe :

i )fr. Harry Stalberg came up from the Shriners meeting while in and It was necessary :tn Death of Dr. Lykes. town .)f the state -If Florida ot speakers, and in doing so won


of the Otto Mente, arid hiss subduing the names. After nines Dr. Howell declared nulsaive injurious:
::5 partner Mr. J. Y. Stephens daughter Mrs. a long Ty. hereby a their speeches but hewed to the line

HQ* :Jf e. Idea restaurant, arrested on n n, Mr. R. R Yonge, Jr The loss of Dr. Montgomery 18'tl e son Lykes died Monday morning at to__ .health:. and _anv n" oerson creatins_ or as they originally started out on and

;: charge: of embezzlement Both menJi4t most serious and will aggregate about hs home at Ballas Point near Tampa maintaining' such nuisance who s hall ''E'ach.ot. candidates :hatried not

employed counsel and the case fl!.ioo. He was heavily interested tin i Dr. Lykes >was one of the most hon fall, after due notice from -he flats other's
to trench on the platform nor
Ilandlesman Miss Sara Franlt .
l'.b1dt taJr'to be an interesting one. Mr.Stephens j Mrs.little Miss Slmmi "Handlesmar the section burned. ? ored and highly respected citizens of health officer to abate the game, shall. appropriate! neither his "thunder" nor :.
and
; is out on bond. returned home Monday. afternoon from that city and was the cattle king of upon conviction, be fined not less than his "lightning. The good people ofGrahamvlile

--- Shot Himself.A south Florida. For many years he five nor -more than twentyfive dollars splendid dinner in
Ilandlesman iiaten ? gave a.
Mrs.
where
-t )fro W, C. LewTOdn. of the firm olI I. Starke, after their Interests atthat --- made ,his home near Brooksville but for every such offense. honor of the occasion and the gatherIng -

Uwnun & Cu. of I/usvUle! Ky.. .:noc looking Handelsraan went up young man by the name of Hawkins for the last fifteen, years has lived Rule 46-\lethoos: and Costs of was A "red letter day" for the little

: ffl. d-bwn to we about tearing down place. Mrr from Tampa. connected with the near Tampa. He was one of the wealthiest Abatement. That it shall be the dutyof community.

..R.. old court home and beginnlns the I to Starke Sunday night and will remain Atlantic Coast Line railway, shot himself men in the tate and in his loss the state health ofticer upon receiving -

? erection of the new one. haa returned there probably all of thH. week through the right shoulder at Tampa sustains a great loss. Information- or obtaining knowledge Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon

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) om.. He will be back in Ocala in a Dunnellon Sunday night A bottle ot Dr. Lykes is survived by a wife one of the existence of anything or Lemon or Vanilla the cheapest as -well
Is In all sorts of trou
few weeks.TU The president laudanum was also found in the young daughter and seven grown sons, and things herein declared to be nuisancesby as the be$!. Absolutely pure. goes
\ "unqualified '
denounced
........ ---- ble. He Is man's pocket It is believed that he two sisters, Mrs J. B. Wall. of Tampa; law to notify the person or perSons twice as far as other kind*, and theiaror

president denies the tatements. ly false" a statement Senator Tillman was despondent over a love affair. :Mrs. Sheldon Stringer. of Brooksville; committing creating, keeping i.s perfectk-n.

: mad to Nenator Tillman by ex-Sena said that ex-Senator Chandler ha.drpade and a large number of other relatives. maintaining the same, to remove or

:" tor Cbandk'r. of New Hampshire and to him. Senator Chandler sustains Terrorizing the Courts. cause to be removed the same within .I:

it I* now a question of veracity betw..n Senator Tillman and the president Death of Mr Henry Grantham. twenty- ur hours, or such ,other reAsonable -

I them. It was unfortunate forth is in a;: h le.* i There was quite a little sensation Mr. Henry C. Grantham of Citra : time as may be determined by iNeedh'arn-:

- New Hampshire sfatefsman. as It.. Mrs. D. A. Miller and her I daughter,, created In the senate the other.day in after an illness of severalweeks' died the state health officer after suchnatke :

"I"UtOM of hli doing. He went tot afternoon the course of Senator Spooner's in this city Thursday morning at the being duly given; and if the -
left Monday
Miller\
: U* white fcousa' at the earnest request Miss Eloise Augustine, where they speech on the rate bill. Mr, Spooner residence of his sister-in-law. D.: same Is not removed by such personor ,
for St
.f this prtmident and now has the bag, several weeks for the benefit referred to a case In which the court A. 31 Iller. Mr. Grantham bad been persons within the time prescribedIn .

U bold. will spend Miller's health she havingbeen had rebuked the attorney general for critically ill for the past ten days and said notice It shall be the duty of Plumber -
Miss
of
i s.rk'tor severalweeks past criticising! a judicial decision. whereupon his death was hourly expected. so hi.s the state health officer to remove or Tlje

Mr. .\. A. MoCranie' has 'gone to quite Mr. Bailey asked whether Judge family were prepared for the inevita cause to be removed "such nuisance or :

fiq Tvnpa to mace Uatliy his home, Humphrey had gone back on the bench of and all costs or expensesof
e Mrs. L. It. Holstead after spending bIe. He was ti )-se\'f'n years age nuisances
'Mr. McCrani* has been living In Owila the winter as ,usual at her ,winter homeat by failing to rebuke the president for and was a most estimable gentleman.He such removal shall-be paid by the (Jid) Gas fitter,

.Ior the past ten years or more and ha.'tti Belleview,, will leave Saturday for C'ritelshig'his decision in the packers' leaves a wife and two small children person or person committing creating -

'- with th, grocery department ofH. her home at "Howand Place Ro\- caseand Mr. Spooner replied': "I A girl and a boy. and many other keeping or maintaining such uni- f* :
the is with stand with all my heart and $*oul for and if the sake
: IL Marten utore and it Man for the summer. relatives to mourn his death. canes or nuisances; .
J\I&1'ft that hU friends learn of his bury. the 'distribution of powers betweenthe The body was prepared for bnrial costs and expenses thus accruing shall HAS, OPENED UP HIS NEWt

: 4prtt. '. tev. CC.. Carroll returned homertiesday three independent coordinate by Merrs. Smith & Roberts and was not be paid within ten days after such .- .
.... of the and be collected S P ON THE CORNER OF-.
.- afternoon from Chattanooga branches. government" regard taken Friday morning to his former removal the same shall

I*, J. Ji Chace. I>r. Dozier Leitner Tenn.. where he' spent the past: week it as fundamental that none of home at Pine. .where the funeral was from the person or persons committing

ll ...*ml Dr. Frrd RlaWk have all gone to attending the meeting of the, southernconvention. these should W invaded by the others.It held. ".' .,. creating. keeping, or maintainingsuch SPENCER. BLOCK WITH ArFULL .

Atlantic Reach to attend the meeting iaptit, will be a sorry' day for the ,United, This paj.er 'extends its sympathiesto nuisances by suit at law ,

? f the 'DEntatII.soelaUon., Pro ChaceHteral T r '" States'. when the courts become terrorized ,.. the 'borrowing- relatives of the>.l-- Ru'e Prosecution of "Nuiances. LINE' OF SANITARY

: tat RlalockOr who has been by either congress or the executive. fines and penalties imposed.
Jay ag" and Dr. )fr. Orson Rnothby -" ('f>*-ed. : That al1 .
:; t"D4 J/ltner went up Tuesday. 5 spending some Tset-Ks in Ocala with his The place to correct the errors by any ection of this act shall be AND MODERN PLUMBING::

,{, -Tl'yjfl aU return home Saturday, mother Mr? T- J. Owen left Tuesday.. of -the inferior! courts is the great ExMayor.Myron Gillette, of Tampa collected l>y promution in the state *
; .
i,, n r '. for &Vs home jn..New York .tribunal created. for that purpose. formerly a citizen of this county'and court having jurisdiction thereof. GOODS. WHEN IN NFED OF'f

I" Hr". <*. T. Miller. her daughter, ,Mrs. .Terrorizing the courts by the executive -t a large promoter, especially along horticultural ....--0----- f" -

.r !/r.d' NVvrbern and her Infant son. Mr. J. H. Smith, of Sylvania., fia.. precisely! what the administration ) .,lines bar undergone operation Mr. S.C. lBii>Uton, Jris now as-i FIRST CLASS SANITARV
,
k:' S?**$ Jr.. of Leroy, and Mis Abbie Is In the city for a few "days.. and Is : ;relies upon 31.1h. : means of accomplishing in New York: for appendicitis sistaiit general passenger agent f tha '

5 )l 9nhr, farmerly of, this city but the guest of his m t er.in.1a\\'.., Mrs. .Its. objects. Roosevelt and is so critically ill that _his son has Seaboard Air Line, rice Capt. A. O/ PLUMBING 4 WALL ON HIM. '4

.. McClure. Mr. Smith was formerly would re-a-rd : other Gillette's friends .fnthfc MacDon resigned. Captain MacDonell #'
{ 11 now making her borne .at l+ R, L. any mean* a. been sen .for- Mr. (<< : -

: nt Tuesday shopping and ,inMrvle'wing with the Ockla-waha I.umb rt)1npa.nv l lacking In stronuosity.Atlanta Jour. I ,county will t greatly regret to hearthissad U now general nt f ,the -

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NEGRO'POET' DUNBAR DEAD. .GOD.AND THE EARTHQUAKES. DAISY. ,
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Achieved More in Literature Than Any It is positively painful .to read the We are having extremely pleasant

f Other Man of Hie.Race. comments of some ill-advised numbskulls weather.. I 1 YOU ":.l
Miss Lula Cason is visiting her sister -i.
on the great disaster at San
Paul Lawrence' Dupbar, the ;negro Mrs. TV. Tuten. near Grahamville., .
poet and author "died last week at his Francisco. Some say it was the wrathof Mrs. W Priest and babr are visiting|

God visited upon the city becauseof Mrs and Miss Marsh who are keeping
home In Dayton. O. of consumption.
Its wickedness;', others, that God the boarding house here.
v e He was born In Dayton in 1872. Unlike wished to demonstrate his power and I The beef man never fails to show NEED

most members of his race who 'make haughty men feel his absolute up here every Friday morning. ,

have attained distinction In this coun- helplessness. Why Is It that these :Mr. W. D. Stubbledine, of Atlanta,
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try he was a full-blooded negro, both shallow-pates are always ready to Go, spent a few days here recent)
.his parents having been .slaves In- the credit the Almighty with every disaster with friends. 'We' would like to haft i

-. south before the Civil war. After he that occurs? They mean to be him become a permanent citizen as

_ : bad" finished the public school he secured reverent, of course, but to a person he is altogether useful. He Is engagedat

position as an elevator boy I I'C who thinks such talk .is the height of,. present in .repairing, pianos and i I SHIRTS ;
tn one of the municipal buildings in irreverence. The forces of nature organs.

Dayton and continued tohold the work in accordance with what we call Mr. H don't fail to visit Grahamville

place long after his verse began to be law for want of a better name, and and Silver Springs every second Sunk

accepted by the newspapers and mag- when men are in the way of an erup- day p sNow

_ ailnes because the revenue' from his tion, a cyclone or an earthquake, .they The spirits and rosin are rolling out

writings were not sufficient to sup must take the consequences. God does now in great quantities.The .
port him and his mother. It was not not need to destroy thousands of Innocent new fence at :Marshville looks

until Dood. Meade & Cow brought out people to demonstrate his .pow- fine.Mr. is the time to buy them Beginning 1 s

his first book of verses that the magazines er. If God is love the power of love and Mrs. Will Tuten were visiting ,

publishers who had accepted Heth not In force. If the operations of in our burg Fraiday, and had a

hU contributions were generally aw- nature are caned on under Immutable pleasant time with Mrs. Tuten's pa- ;

are of the fact that he was a negro. laws, do not expect the powers rents, Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Cason. MONDAY MAY 21 TO -4
i With the MOO he received from this that govern all to perform a miracle The sawmill is kept busy- cutting
book he went to Europe and received ,
to save even a city. It would be a lumber for the public.
} much more attention In England, Strange world, indeed,. where the same The blacksmith and repair shop is
(yche.re his work was greatly admired. cause did not always produce the same running at break-neck speed. -1

lie also wrote for the stage and con- effect In such a world not even the Ms: Blanche Marsh and Miss Lua And 26 will
tributed the most- of the-lyries for the shade of a certainty would exist. Mat- Cason are making preparations to Including Saturday May we give

comic opera "Dahomey.." ter and force would be the sport of spend a few days at beautiful Lake ( .
Although not yet thirty-four years whim and chance, and chaos the re Weir. :

Tg old when he died, Paul Lawrence Dun- sult. Therefore do not ascribe to God There is a maiden in our burg THE BIGGEST 1

bar has achieved more in literature disasters like that which fell, upon With hair of sunny hue, _

than any other member.of ills race in San Francisco It is not only irreve- Eyes of woodland loveliness like -. !
this country. In all he wrote twentyone lent but stupid.-St. Petersburg Inde 'violets of dew: :

books. Wlliam Dean Howells in Her face is sweet with roses that

_: reviewing his second 'book "Majors pendent. blush against the gray SHIRT SALE ; : !

and Manors," said: Vtfhat the Hen Does. Of her little Daisy bonnet suggesting -
"As far as I could remember Paul: March or May.

s Lawrence Dunbar was (or is) the only We are frequently-too frequently- She talks with quaint decision tI

man of 'pure African blood and of told of the gerat things men do; how Which is music I'll allow, .:..i j!

American civilization to feel f the negro they dig into the earth or build upon When she greets him with an. earn-
Ever recorded in the Shirt
life aesthetically and express it lyrically. the earth or dam up the waters and est "How irt thou?" Selling history 011 L

."-The Editor and Publisher. irrgate the earth but the great human Though in manner she is charmIng

enterprises of which we boast sc There: is nothing that is half so perplexing
TAYLOR AND CARMACK much sink into insignificance when and bewitchingAs this county. All the Shirts we handle are the I f

-, compared to the :records achieved by her pretty Daisy laugh. ; .
All things are said to come to him the ordinary hen. FARAWAY MOSES. I < i.

who watts. "Governor Dob,** as ex- The cackle of a hen that has laid kind you have been looking for. They are made I

_ Governor Taylor, of Tennessee, is affectIonately an egg is modest and unobtrusive FORT McCOY NOTES.
,, called .has the senatorshipat compared with men's noisy bluster y

last.1 His claim was great; and it abouth their business.: The Marion county primary canal cam- full size and the colors will not fade. We have I
has been long denied. His popularity But in proportion to the noise made, paign closed at Pine or the pic- .

e r was great and, wherever he went it the hen has the far more genuine nic grounds, last Saturday, the 12th.It .

was bound to be greater. He is an eloquent substance.In is conceded by all that have expressed divided our line into six lots and offer them'trl I
a most scholarly and accomplished two months-she lays more value themselves to have been one ;
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{ man who may be expected to than the annual production of all the of the best days with the candidates!
make his mark at Washington and to gold mines of the United States. as well as the enjoyment of the pw>-
become one of the observed of all ob- Every three months she producesmore Each aspirant was at his best: the you at the following prices: I

servers. It Is a pity that his well-won than the .years production of voter in good -humor with himself aid >-
triumph should have been achieved at pig iron. the world. The dinner-well-just ail l; -- I

_i' the cost of a Knight so valiant and Her eggs for six: months are worth Alf Ayer and Dr. Lindner. For fear: --- 'Jj- i!;
chivalric' so puissant and so meritorious mare' wealth than the capital stock you fail to see them, I'll tell you what J
as the yet undaunted and still un- of all the banks in the New York they said, "That it was good enough. I (;' Men's Assorted pat- Mem's Blue and Tan

horsed .Carmack, who; i.n a note to the clearing! house. The campaign opened and closed :<. 1 OT A terns in Striped Ginghams LOT I IjjChambriy j with two

people of Tennessee, addressed on the In less than two years she could payoff Ft. McCoy district, and the writer had: andprinted jj pockets also assortd
eve of his departure for Washington the national debt. the pleasure of attending b.>tH w,>e- ;

says: The annual report of the secretaryOf ir.gs and could plainly see he great per- C 2 patterns in -

"I accept without bitterness or complaint agriculture shows that last year improvement made by the buys in cales; sizes 14 to I 17. Worth 25 Madras 'with one pocket; easily 3 O. '
the' verdict' of the democratic their oratorical efforts; e (>(..iaYFranK !!
the of the United States' were
eggs
I to 4oc. Yours in this sale forB' worth 50 to 65 cents; sizes 14 U f
Our
party I should, of course have .been worth more than the cotton or the Turner and J W. Bishop.

pleased if my courle in the senate wheat more than all the potatoes, the old friend, Jim Mathews, Is no :s.ouch I to 17. This sale only

could have won. Its, approval instead.of barley<<; the tobacco, the sugar cane and on a vote hunt, either. The legis';.:ttve : ..- nf.
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its disapproval, but I am sustainedby the rice. They practically equal the candidates all made fine 1"IJe8' and ., .

the consciousness that to the best dairy product and are surpassed" only 'r.formed the minds of the voters on --_ ------. 5

of my ability I 'have faithfully served by the corn crop; of a bumper corn several Important issues. It is eom-ed-

the people of Tennessee."I : I year. ed that E. Wartmann will be returnedto :
shall. go back Into private Mf." .: .5!:iJ tfcs hen made a new record Tallahassee. rut the qiwstlm of '! Printed Percales Men's $1 J Shirts Mask ?

with no revenges to gratify, no enemies I' last week. On one day there were received who will go with him will not be LOT Assorted Pat- LOT E up with continuous

to punish, but with a heart full in NewYork over 40.000 cases known until after the primary. : 11 the terns. Sizes 14 29! wrist bands custom cok .
of gratitude to as faithful a band of containing 15,125,000 eggs. The hens' candidates were present with few exceptions C
friends as any' man ever had. I owe to business for one day in one city notably the lIon. II. W. Gin;, to J7. Worth tar bands; one :

them a debt I can never repay but amounted ti> 52SO.OOO.-Atlanta Journal X. A. Fort, C. L. Sistrunt. L>1 Cnrdi:sy '40c. In this saleto go for pocket. In a large assortment ,

they can command from me any effort. fi.l1dtr.. Brass. of .
r or any sacrifice for the rest of my \\' ;: are pleases to n-H2 ".'.t. absenceof patterns either percales or

life Another Object Lesson. iv.ul-slinging L' this canvass, which madras size 14 to 1 i. To gofferSomething

"I phajl not cease 'to take an interest I' an 'mprovement over s,uo .tf the

ti in public affairs or In questionsthat \Ve would rather talk crops than past campaigns in this county lilW&rlinann :.".
concern the public welfire and ,* ; I -_ --_.- -- ---- ,"
politics any old day when the politics acte'1 a? master r evr' oonies. -
t-S the cause of clean and honest govern- are nothing better than"a clamorousand inter Peter S'anley"t't! 'IIII"d the f1LOT

ment, and sidle I shall be only.a.dem selfish personal scramble for office canSS'ates::! and the audience.,

democrat. with no principle at stake; whereas faj Angus Munrou, oni/,f Murfonwuniy'a Men's Assorted Pat- for the Bi! I
the crops bring us clone to nature '; best citizens was present,
There is 'no downing a man like this. and all her rich and generous and which was a sum'It'nt guarantee' that: LOT C terns in F Onlyafewplaiflwhite .

Like the "Tall Sycamore of the Wabash woncterful gifts to the man who woos everything went .in good and: nice. Drs. Madras stnped34 Madras t

," w-hom he closely re'embles. and her right and gives to his noble avocation Lindner: Carsweli and iU-u-kshear printed a ,- I
Shirts worth J
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who often faced defeat, but never ob- a full measure of the best that were present to administer tc the criesf '
Hcuration, the brilliant Carmaok: will. U In him of brain and brawn. And the ;h. afflicted, hut hapjjly w"re not worth 50c;sizes 14 to 1 i. At ,and $1.50; sizes 16 l-2to 18 1-2 !

.not long :remain In retirement Tennessee best kind of crop talk to those who called for unlessora: ? ucfovtunate This sale only )'

Yg cannot afford to lose: such a think that growing cotton is the chief tarried too long a: the festal b>ar l ,
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man out of her national representation. end of man in the farming districts, Captain Basin ?me. Buck Madden "

Nor can the democratic party. Is diversified crop talk for in divesi-: and Mack Bostick-served cold drinks,

:s Radical. hid opinions, but seasoned. ficatSon lies our hope of a prosperousfuture !etc., thatwould have: madeour<. : old "We have Large .quantities of any of the above j jI
'e "j&rt-t. experience, loved 'by f..a1!! who for our agricuUure.Theoriztnsis MissilsipfTlend;* Troxl 'r,*hustle to i
'::MOW him in spite- of'differences. of allen enough, -but .it impresses i beat.: -

r.ptnJon.. Senator Carmack.. like Sena-. only a small cent of people who .. I
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,a ,....Jttn"-'oom> -- for a will' momentary come- "- back eclipse.more Such'radiant ;" care earn little heir Htor1 living abstract'reasoning by constant touch and Worried. About Absent"Son.- lots of Shirts; something J like 300 doz. in all .


men as he were not made for private with material things as the only way Mrs. Hattie McCook. a widow who

: life-they were born to great public of. reaching material results. Seeingis lives at No. 157 Albany avenue, is r

station and usefulness,--Courier- believing, and object lessons fur very much worried about her son, Mr. In j justice to yourself we ask to visit the

Journal, nish proof not to be disputed and are R. L. McCook, who left Waycross on you :

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at once convincing to every type of March 2d without telling her wherehe ,i
4' What the Republicans Stand For,
mind. The Democrat has heretofore was going or that he intended to '

The platform adopted at the late tld about the potatoes at Hastingsand leave the city. She has not heard a only Shirt Sale we have ever had .=1 s
the strawberries at Starke and word from the young man since he
Indiana convention
republican state.
>: c the enormous profit in hard cash left here, and has asked the Heraldto '
;. stands pat for "the time-honored
republican brought to the people who cultivated: assist her in locating hlnu Mr. Mc -...
doctrine of protection" and
them this year and now we come to Cook is a boilermaker by trade and '
further declares that the !republican relerIt seem? a far cry from King had a good job in the A. & B. shops SALE I LASTS
party is "thejfriend of the ONE WEEK LYORIGINATORS
proteqii"e.IU Cotton to a meek and vulgar weed like here for some time. He is 21 years
'. throuffi i f '
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?, f po4'andeyil report" celery, a chasm not to be bridged bj old, weighs 160 pounds. and has blue R .
.; and adhsjf-Cttiai|I( the typical Florida farmer but in the eyes and light hair and complexion. '"
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make changes irrb itf" schedules .
instance at hand the kingship is with He was the sole support of his widowed ),'
whenever good than evil will
I cult. the weed and the arrogant and lordly mother and just why he should .
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cotton seems insignificant! by comparison have treated her so if 'he is still alive, ..
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S r by Fairbanks and Beveridge whore: when T,ut to the final and supreme is a mystery to Mrs McCook. Sheis THE
ardently for t"hesiiJp''subsidy
sjeal'ofcourse .test of the profit in cold cash badly worried about the young man ,
they and henchmen
their standfor A New Jersey man came down to and any information as, to his where-
the ,
plundering tariff which allows
Florid but summer. ugh' and abouts will be highly appreciated.Any .
; the trusts to self, cheaper to foreigners .
cleared a piece of hammock land in information should be addressedto
than to our own people. They Manatee c.'unty., put it fn celery and Mrs.'. Hattie McCook, 157 Albany
doubtless stand for the republican ," r rI
kept a careful account of the TesulF avenue Waycross, Ga. VARIETY 'i
ittme-bonored. custom" of bleeding the
from one acre. He shipped to 'y'ew I South Georgia and Florida papers
tariff-fostered trusts and
protected York eight hundred and two crates. please copy.)-Waycross Herald.
combines of campaign funds so as to
which sold for 53,140.50. The expenses :- -
have the chance to continue the plundering
were: Freight and eo-nmis- Kissing is evidently becoming an .
of the for the benefit of '
many sion $S;'6.46cost of crates $lO".=!F; important part of the political game,
the few, It iawell "known stand
they
cost of fertilizer.110; labor,J315: total for twd of the most eminent o? uIa-
(lor -this "through good. and evil. re- expense, 1,383.72. This left Mr. .Rich- .tors, Hobson of Alabama and Hoch.of TORE !
port" 'and "can be trusted" to fool the
man net from one acre Jl.754.78. lIe Kansas have received nominationsfrom
people as Ions asthe voters allow:
has ole and three-\jimter acres yet their respective parties. But thereis ,
them to do so. :
V, _r__ to rut. Some of his shipments a. vast difference between the Hob-
r brought as high as $4.50 and $5.00 acrate. son, or democratic brand, and the
4* The southern cotton planters, en. .
How does that compare with Hoch !tirely the tariff, the case
unprotected by are
quite prosperous and are orgaaizingto1sioti Oak the profit emocrat.on an acre In cotton?-Live of Hobson. many women seem anxiousto GA'SS ONLY ,

\. themselves 'from the protected be kissed, while In the latest reported -
attempt of Hoch .
JnOOQ oUst" How do the republican Tv> are glad that Hon. James K.nn although he
Y prosperity is governor of Kansas, the lady in the OF THE
eUnd-patters explain: this ONE ;
>one won the ?*endtftrial. race in case repulsed PRICE SYSTEM.
him. That
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t- HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN 'THE. CANDIDATES IN OCALA.A .- ;,speech was devoid of all ad captan-!the duties of hit office faithfully and CENSUS OF FLORIDA FOR 1905 AND 100.

Idum references and was a plain, une- I that as he now understood them better Table No. Population of Florida by Counties 12CO and 1905.

Large Number Greet ThemJudgeBell was better able than ever to discharge 'Population Uy Counties.
iquivocal, appeal to the intelligence of
Mr. Cb.ii les E. Taylor bas "accepted Presides' and Mates l Introductory -' them efficiently.In COU.\TIES. White. XE'gro. Total, T"tal.I .
at the d. C L..depot the voter, and the.applause it received I his reply to Mr. Ayer his .:
position Speech. /' oppo- ,. 190;). 19\.15.\ 1903. 1900.

-- e"'. 'showed that it was much appreciated. nent, Mr. Frank Turner, showed, there Alachua. .. .. ", : -.. '.. '.-j: ; ::.,' 13,598 21,40934,007 3l45

1U Blanche Hall of Candler, \\as .jf, I 1 Airs L. S. Light, who has gained 1J genius of oratory and made avery Baker.'I', ::,;!,'.;=, :v. .3.00. 818 3.880 4.316

shopping. In Ocala on Monday. With the exception of the speaking ;iconsiderable reputation In the present effective speech. He said that the Bradford.-. .. :. *.-...;l: <;* -,12j 3.2S8 1943 IH.m _

-- ,at Pine Saturday the campaign closed 'campaign was next to occupy the assessor, Mr. Ayer to* the contrary Brevard .. .,.. .. .. a 't--;:, .S.';. 3.060 1SS 4,3'8 '. ;;,158

.iHev. Sam White returned w' Mc In- !Friday night after a rally in the courthouse I footlights and he repeated in a most notwithstanding was in a position to Calhoun .. :r; ; ;":.' :.;',i.' ...:.tf..ZS' l,-;)8 ...-.;,1) 11.13'.

t"tgh Monday afternoon in this city. % IquaInt and comical manner what he I increase or lessen the burdens of tax- Cftrus .. .. ,. .:' -.,';,--.0.:,., ,,'.;;.,": "o"t. 3.248 L3b 7,543 T:. :" 6,391Clay.

'1, _, Every available seat was occupied terms, "Light's campaign thunder' !jation, as he placed the valuations on . ...' a. .. .. . ,; UU !,440( 5.48' .-:" 3,635

Mr, Ernest McLin spent yet terday and fifty or
(n' JaektnflVfIe'on tiuslness f ; [ their presence.y': lout the county, upon responsive ears. to do so'equitably; that in many cases Dade. l' ..-.:..,t. .. .. ". '!. *; _._'0 .... ._. ..
-.-,.",. ... The weather" was just cool enoughto Mr. Light's remarks were punctuated the tax books would show that the '
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[ De Solo. .. ;'. '.. . _.;;. 10,811 1,6:9 It.H 8.041

;Sir Walter Hawkinj. .ofyflle .J' } .. make everybody comfortable' 'and-, with laughter, and again with aplause, lioor man paid relatively a higher tax Du\'al . ..>.,:,-:, ",-. ..'. . .;..- :?:'!,899 US11 H.91! 39.433Escambkt
everythtng 1-onspired"to make the' occasion land( he must have felt flattered with on his little possessions than did the . .. . '
a former populir QeaUJtizen, : :. .,;,. :.. .. .... .?. .. ..
1133 In the city Saturday. pleasant and memorable.: |the very splendid reception with which turpentine and lumbermen and rail- Franklin . n -...' .. .," . .:.,i 4,492' 2ur': 4.U U90Gadsden

Judge Joseph' Bell, judge of the I the was accorded. He made some very ways. Mr. Turner promised that if .. .. :.: ,; ... '.. '_' 5,66. 10S48 16..1)11 15:94

air Clifford Hayes left Monday for county court, who is a, candidate for: i telling hits. elected it would be his special effort to Hamilton r ,, ;: : : '. .F :..;: 3i02: 4.219. 9,931 11,881

Brooksvflle l where he will be connoted iveetion without opposition presidedand Hon. D. II. Baker, candidate for make the assessments equitable.Mr. Hernand .. .: ..,;;4' .r' .. <:: 1,791 2,449 .OO 338

.with the spoke and rim factory. in his introductory remarks took state senator from the twentieth senatorial Jordan*, candidate for memberof HilIfuarough ";: -, .. ',. .. .. :'. -10,626 10,7513 )1.-11& 36,013

r t.. ession to thank the people: for th district was the next speaker. the board of county commissioners homes . ,:.;.. .. ... : ;, "' 7,813 1,214 9.021 1'i61

Mrs Frank Maxwell, of Jacksonville, confidence reposed in him by: confer J He told of how Marion and Sumter were from the second district, was the last Jackson . .f' .. ... .' .. .. ,. .15U: J4.24& 4 26'.8:4; 21.311

.)g the charming guest of Mrs. David. ring on him the office without opposition I made one district, why It was done speaker. He favored posting all road Jefferson : ..::; .. .. ..,: :. 3,091 10,035 130 lft,19

i Woodrow for a few*days. It was, he said an assurance that !etc. That Sumter felt very kindly with mileposts and signboards distributing Lafayette .. .. .;;. .:. . .. .: 4.193 1.130 5,923 48j

he had conducted. affairs satisfac;i towards TJarion. That many of her the road fund equitably among Lake i-. ,. ,_ :. h .. .. .;- '- 4.665 2,850: 1.515 .461

Usher Norwood, who has been at torily and it would be his aim to continue '!people do their trading and banking all sections of the county and discharging Lee .. .. ....." ,:.. : .u .... ... ...:T< '3; 61. :99 5 3,561 3,011 -

work on the east coast for some time to do so in the future. ( here, and altogether the most cordial the duties of the office sa- Leon' ... . ..:, : ,..: .H' .t. .
returned home several tit ago. > The first name on the program was j relations exist between the two coun- credly. He made a most favorable im Levy ..' :. '. '- u '. :: .,. 5.0il 40209 9,28+y 8.603

'tnat of the Hon. E. W: Davis candidate i tes. He said that notwithstanding the pressiont Liberty . .- .. .. ..: ... ". .. .;. 1.506 1,21 !,SAS: : t.5i

: Alias Lillian Elchelberger Is quite for state attorney from the fifth !resolutions'cited by Dr. Baskin, that We were entirely pleased with the Madison .. .. .: .., .;. ; .8:4 ,3S 16ISy 15,44&

i *Ik at the home of her parents, Co!. judicial circuit 'the custom of rotation between the speaking, especially with the high Manatee :. :,.; ':. : . '.>.w; 6,537' 1)93 S,'"+-o1,663

tad Mrs A. L. Eichelberger. Mr. Davis stated that as he was in {two counties in the election of a senator I plane occupied by the speakers and Marion .. -.. n .. ... .. '. ,. _UU IG.101 7 :6.1: 24.403

f his home precinct he would not; occupy : was stronger than any written the chaste and dignified language they Monroe .,.. .. . !. cO'H.. 7Z 6.6..3 8 !0,971 18,006Vassaw

Growing more popular every day the time\ allotted to him but |law, and" since the formation of the employed. Each one spoke of his opponents '.':. : ... .. '!. ', ,5334: 5Gi& I1.0t 9,65t 51

April Riles of Dlue Ribbon Lemon: and. would give way to those who lived '!two counties into one election district, with great deference and. magnanimity. Orange -,. <, ., u . '. J .. .. :.. .. ..

t Vanilla broke all records. elsewhere to present their claim* to the rotation system had been continuous There was nothing like Osce..!a .. ." . .- .... r .3,134) ': 4f: 3.62t: 3.UI =

.. the people of Ocala! for, the various and unbroken and he hoped that "mud throwing" or the faintest suspicion Pasco. .. .;'. .: H' .. '.'i : -"'. Ul I .088 6.10a 6t154 '
B. S. Weathers is from Dun- ,
Mr- up his otrVes for. which they were candidates.Mr. ':>the people would be true to this plan thereof. Polk . '. ..a:... .. .- . __,r. 0 13,8x6 5.I)07 17.863 1,412
with
Sunday
gallon to spend pa- E. L. WJitmann, one of the sitting sanctioned by the party so long as to We feel proud of our candidates, Putnam .. ". .; ', . ',. ': 6..() 6. S.U9Z 9 ll,19 11.6.uSt.
and Mrs- .B. A. Weathers.JHss .
3r ant, Mr. .members. the legislature,. received have become party law, when the proud of the democratic party of Marion 'Johns . .; -. .. .- .. -. :. .'. 63121 4476 11.003 !,16SL

Lillian Karris went down to a Very graceful introduction by rotes are counted next Tuesday. Captain county: proud that there is no Lucie ,. ... ,.-..:',:"'-, ... .. '. ... -.'. ."..;,..- ,.Ul 58t: 3.024 ..

1 Dunnellon and other points Saturdayto Judge Bell and he made a decidedly Baker wa/very =;Uan.l insinuating factionalism in our rank and that Santa Rosa ,. -,. L .'. ., .. "' +; un; ; '"3"99: :UOI 10,293:

.I ri-tit friends for a few days. favorable Impression upon the audience. :. in his i erson and address, poke when the election is over that there Sumter. .. .-,''" .- -, . '-. 2,51$ 2,031 5,549 64871U34
I i He gave a full account of his : mildly and temperately and received a I will be no feelings of acrimony nor I Huwannee .a.9,619 S.392 18.011 '
:
Miss\ KdnA* Jt tTorq-, \ho has b..E'o stewardship and spoke particularly of full measure of applause from the au- old wounds to be healed.: Taylor : -- ;' .. .'. :. "0;'.:. .4,141 1,410 2,551 3,999

) teaching/! : school the past term at Astor the service he rendered in making! it '.Iiu.nee. I I The political atmosphere of :Marion Volusia . ,.- a.. ';.? .. T.267 4.813 10 l ,f'U 10,003

Park has tinned her duties and returned possible to pass what in known a. the : Dr. Bo,kla followed Captain Baker. I I re pure and undefiled and It would be WmkulTa .. ... .' .';:':-:'. .., .-. .:;, ;''. ... :'a98 2,551i844 :5,149 5.149 a

home Saturday afternoon I!Buekir.an educational bill. Mr. Wart .:He stated that 'when the apptrtion-I I well for the party if the same thing Walton .. ..0.0"c": -.,: :::. ; '. : 9,433-: 12.269 uWasbinf'tnn

[man held that it is the precedent and ment was made placing Sumter and II could\ be said of the pkrty at large. . ; .>.: .'". 8.5313.371 11,905 10454

Mr. Clifford L. Anderson mate up :[cut>tom for the democratic party to : Marion into one senatorial district the
----
Death of E. C, Hood. .
yet&nlay from Hvi&tr to spend Sun- ,reward with a second term the official ;democrats had already crested this Mrs Totals . ..?_ . .. .; 314.685 211.870 556.690 453.309

d.1y'Ith his wife and son at Maj. and (who has served his constituents faithfully ,'county from th'e republicans, and the of 1 This total includes 26. persons of other aces. ',,,' .

- Mrs. iT. Izlar'3. '[ and satisfactorily for one term. formation of the two counties into one On Thursday evening the 26th 2 This, total includes 2 persons of other races. : '"a' '_-..:

itLi We think he states the position of i!i district was done over the protest oIari'.In's ,April the sad-whispered message 3 This total includes 33 persons of other races )..- .. \ .
:
HoodIs :
to solicitous friends, "Mrs.
I came _
-
MM. R. H. II i stein and little daughter ; the party correctly. This has been its representative in the legisla 4 This total includes 14 persons of other races.. 5x :i._:="
I of death fell like
I of Hague, are the guP..tsIf M.Bolstein's :-*. almost unvarying custom and will no ture. That In the fir 'senatorial convention dying. The pall 5 This total includes 1 person of other. races. .. :1'
the night, black upon the community .
i doubt be so in Mr. Wartmann's case. i ii a resolution obliterating ',
parents, Capt. and"M. S. was. passed 6 This total Includes 19 persons of other races. ;
R. Pyles. *I (His" speech made Friday night, i1.! county lines and this has been for every one realized >"A saintly" soul 7 This total includes. 6 persons of other races .' '::t: .
floats o'er the Stygian river. -
j rintt'd in full elsewhere in today's .reiterated in every convention held t 8 This total includes 27 persons of other races.: <,-: :.. ..
I Mrs. L. Huod'as born February -
Mr. Ben Feinberg. of Dunnellon. ) since, and the rotation nota Mary
(paper. system was I 9 This total includes 4 persons ,of other races
who has been spending st."wral.lYi: I Mr. Carlos I... SLstrunk also a candidate : custom but a coincidence. That he :St h. 1825: was married to Dr. 10 This total includes :3 persons of other races.
I Jo::. C. Hood the 11th of 1845. .
!Ocala.. lett Sunday for Jacksonville I for state attorney for the fifth i;i had made the contest against Mr. February Dade cambia and Orange counties omitted for reasons previously stat. "- :Y
.
children blessed l this union- ,
Six
where he goes to seek employment.. ,,judicial circuit, said that he would not Brown and was only seated when the I ed. '

be less polite than his opponent and ;t>es;:;ion was more than half over and : Clnl.ee ..nlol'ln"? Mrs. C. 1. IliiJso'n ,t, -'

Mrs, c.JL, PJes has returned home (would make no attempt to deliver a - and Mr. F. C. of Cuba.IVhen .
from a business trip to New ;York city, set speech. He simply wou'd take the ''of: the party and under the rules of fair Hood

Ira !')'I lr was away for a couple of occasion to correct. the false irapres'sion !| treatment even in the absence of such In the midst of death, the LANDS. .

. 'ietkfl. made the of I and soul looks up and sees not a single '
iClIS over signature Mr. r i custom precedenthe was entitled .
: star when. in our human ;grief, we
William DeHon! which article was I'I'I jt; If hare lands wish sell
to lease or'rent
shut to the sweet you you ;
When President Castro his our eyes remembrance
pays :;printed in all the: newspapers f ub- ;would i[i be made at the next session and :
J j nmid visit to the United State dished in the fifth judicial circuit. He that It was important for Marion to of promised: Immortality, and *r if you want to bur lands for farming, grazing,

he may be sure of a warm reception said that this article charged him with i j have a representative: to look after her feel for the moment, that death has turpentining or lumber purposes, ,
at the vffiws, of the Asphalt Trust., closed the volume and ended the story
shaving voted for Mr.. William S. Jenjnlnga interests, and he confidently relied
far all time then It is that the selfsame -
: Write to
In his place as a delegate: to the upon the good judgment and fair
>fr. G. W. flows who' has been with Christian faith ,which sustainedMrs.
II ; ; (Jacksonville! state (convention.[ That h1 : thinking democrats of Marion to give
the H. B. Masters firm for (he past Hood through all the years of
{voted for Mr. Jennings because he casinstructed ,him a full term.
year or more, has gone to North Car her noble and unselfish work. throagh BLOUNT REAL ESTATE CO.
I Ii
i to do so by the convention I Ii f I Senator liaskins statement was listened -
olina to nuke his: home. I earth's gentle vales into the soulto
comes
i i which sent him there and t:. have:[: to with marked interest and attention OCALA FLORIDA.
; it with >eaee, 'and we .can ,
possess i ,
him
has returned done otherwise he would have been < and the applause given
A CoLV.. N. Camp : tOraU < hear the soft voice of rejoicing as it
I iit him. :,rafter, .. .
recreant to the trust reposed he had finished showed that ---- -- --- ---- --
from Sarasota, wnere he spent breiks in rhythmic cadence from the .
I ,He was also 'charged with ha.ving'ot.- what he said fell on friendly ears..Mr. .
the past week looking after his buslInterests white beach of eternity.Earnest
: sed f or an increase in 'the salary of the K. L. Carney was then introdiKed. -.
nra there.Tho : ,..n e.'r.l.lf"ll. fat tbfui. ('h Ulv THE
. office{ of state attorney while he was He made u. very happy presentation --- ---
table and true she went smiling and
. ; iin the legislature, thus remleiing him of his claims. He said that while ;
: republican. In are divided ,
congress full of peace to the: !great Hod who
con.-titutionally ineligible from holdingthe :his opponent was scouring the woods,
,1 03 every proposition that looks i her the call and
whispered to come ,
I toward office. Mr. .Sistrunk said that he : bypaths and hedges seeking votes, lie I Marion Hardware Conpqy -
reform but they are all uni- be at rest-Hamilton (Ga.) JournaL )
I
1 d'on voted for the increase of the alary was confined to his office attending. to
( the "pork bill"'andfor the oldand I The above news will be received
i :.01\1 i hcrause[ the duties of the office ha..l.., Its exacting,; cares, and asked which :
}1 : an appropriation. with much regret by the many friends
; been Increased., That the office was.idol the audience think was entitled to .
of the deceased in this city and in1larl..n
jR I ),11'. Jnies 'T, Raw:Is, of Crystal not an elective one and that Jf nominated tile mostcieditHesbo\ied that theof- HEADQUARTERS -

- 1 River, the popular and clever manager In the primaries Tie would only ,, fire during his envumbency haJ been county.
Dr. and Mrs. Hood and family formerly
I of the Crystal River Lumber company, be appointed to the office by the governor -*;faithfully and efficiently administered American Wire -
i Fencing 5SashRDoors
lived at Lake Weir and tafter- ,
.U In Ocala Saturday on business with the advice and consent of and In proof of which cited the re o-
e wards. in Ocala. Mrs. Hood was loved
.
'
Cfineded1tb that firm. the senate at the meeting of the legislature ;
"'Ie ; commis-sioners by all who knew her and In her death. and Blinds <
next March. when his present I ;
I her friends sustain ;,. "
grejt o-
Mr.. H, D. Bassett, manager of the term of office as a member of that j jCrotmi, commending: him for his zealand a Varnishes e
Paints. Oils and
:*;?;;
The Ocala Banner txtend its svmpathies : : -', _
,Bradley Phosphate company, was akuslaess body would have expired. This he said. efficiency and t'UIOglzing' in .
to the relatives of th* 'de >- -
visitor to Ocala Saturday. Mr. would remove his Ineligibility in bolding the most Mattering terms. : : ,- .
l ceased. Mill and Mining Supplies, :
:Bassett. whose home Is at Floral City. the office. He said that he was I Mr. Bishop, in replying to Mr. Car-

.i *S Ww temporarily 10l"ated.at. Bartow, horn and reared in this county and I nero stated that he had only words of Growing Aches and Pains. '::t Turpentine Snpplies, : ,

I I thanked the ...-.'l.le t.the splendidvote praise for him. That he admitted that 0 '_' .

'Republican senitors seem to dread given him two: :years ago and he had made a good official and commended Mrs. Josie Sumner Bremond. Tex! S Farming Tools -
-19_ Vote on the Smoot case, and many able I writes, April 15, 1902: "I have usedBallard's Improved .
hoped that he would be to return I him therefor the same as others S.-

:ot them Intend to: repudiate' the bar- them a, greater measure of thanks after had don But he said that the for years.Snow I Liniment would not in be my without fatuity '

-y' lils matte with the Mormon church the: election next Tuesday. i!office belonged to the people and that It In the house. I have used it on my1 GET OUR PRICES
z1 1 ,k? Ferry Heath in 1900. which gave litle girl for growing pains and achesin
Like Mr. 1)\\1,;. Mr. C. L. Uittinger ;he was a candidate for the office and
4 the republicans of her knees I tiered her right away.I .
the electoral vote '
.: l'l\h.. said that as he was at home he wouldyield !that hit wanted it badly and that heI have also used 1t for fret bitten feet

>, tI his time to the visiting candidates I wanted his friends to giit to him. With good success. It is the best liniment -
That while Mr. I have ever used." 25c.: ;;Oe. and
: Carney was a splendid -
ill8 Margaret :An-Uey, of ThomasGA I Jl.OO. m
;collie .Mr. Oeorsre Mathews. being the man. he was a splendid man. too. Marion Hardware Company
who I Is well known ii\ this
fit y *H1 next on the program, was Introduced 'That he did not discount himself be- Mr. C. I. Farris. of Cryistal River,
receive her B. 1*. degree from
,
";< the Jud3.n by the presiding officer. He arose equalto I i side'anyone. That he was diligent and was in the city Monday on his way
Institute
Ala
"" Marion on
,Wednesday the tH-cdMon and acquitted himself 'industrious, was born in Marion county home from Jacksonville, where he has
e\eninff. !3. Miss (
May -
-
I --- --- -
i Att 1t) graduated from the Judson .in a' most handsome manner. He told : received his education in the pub- been for the past week having his .- -- - -- -

anecdotes and kept :lie schools here attended
pithy and pointed Emory eol- treated.
!Vfrat eyes
years ago, and the past
( tlr. the audienceh good hum}['. He spoke ; :
.;. [ elm has been In college .
teaching the
length upon our form of government pub-lie Mr. Joe Malever, proprietor of the
'sod :at Nome [ If You to Out
taking a ]v>! t.grnd"att''Iur -e. Want Cone
-
I i in contra with other governments .dents, wh. have grown to manhood Guarantee Clothing Company and Shoe )

s} [.1.Tae Coal Trust magnates l'IIly! inform : and said that he was a disciple rand. womanhood was three year Company, left Monday for a business

the public that if the miners are of Jefferson rather than of Hamilton bookkeeper for the Ocklawaha Lumber visit to Savannah. He was accompanied ;

| *lk 'e4 to hatht..>lr way the price of and his .sympathies altogether .company, is now 'bookkeeper for the by his son, Freddie. Will the Real Thing

r ***l Ain be raised J140 a ton. This In thedirection of government "by j Camp Phosphate companyand referred :Miss Ophelia Sawtell. who has been. ) ,

**vet ts only a threat to try and the people, of the jteople and, for the to these gentlemen as ta his ethiciency. ,
inNew
making her home with relatives
turd lived under a mon- He believed that
i Public l't'olllt" Having an office that
de-
opinion against the : York city for the last nine or Far this Spring styles, put on one of our ne'w Spring Suits
3land of he was worth having worth
of the .m-hlal form government was was workingfor
miners, and Brother Rier
,*1lt lii over that coal in a better position to pay tributf to : that he had nude a thorough canvass : ten years, has returned to Ocala and cut in the latest fashion and one of our all one piece Panama Hats.
the t-onsumer ( is with her" mother Mrs. S. p. Pyfes. -
')Jons-sufferins: now Inter Is over our form of government, und in el.aslug of the county, had personally interviewed I You will find ,Quality, Style and Workmanship that can only be seen
.but It beautiful 'thropbe to 1 voter in it. and said I
'lI! be made a ai every
well for' the trust not tl1t Mrs. :Smith of Jacksonville who has here. Rich in Style Right in price. We have .a' large and varied
b ,
His remarks were 'that unless all signs failed In
the American flag. dry
? flPPrsxive and domineering, or been visiting her mother in Orlandofor '
.* rn\ well concfivvd and were well received Wf>a ther, the result of the electioi. the orh"r stock of Shoes for the entire Family. The new and nobby Pump
way turn. a few day? and is guest
and when time was called on him 'liereceived {would reward him for his efforts. His cou=lns. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lap- Style in White Canvass for Ladies are here. Also a large stock of
,
1fr. M.J. Roes applause.Mr. )remarks wen made 'with
has returned home very generous : great earnestness -
and Miss Bernice Mark.
ham Hanan & Son
for Men. The well known Walkover and
.''l Jacksonville, where he went to Tulius E. Biggs was next Introduced ;; and were vigorously! applauded. .... Oxfords .,
;
t'1d' the meeting of the Mystic and *poke directly\ to the issues I :Mr., Ayer came next As the hour Mr and 1Ir Thomas Sexton and Makes. Give us a call before buying elsewhere.

Sh1} "r* 1 In that vity Friday night, Mr. !involved, and which are likely to come I iwas growing late, he said he would brfJvery little daughter. Clifton returned home
!
Gies was Accompanied home by his up for settlement in the nevt legisla '! brief. Reviewed .Mr. Turner's lit I Mondayafternoon from a few day: J. Chambers

Jt aJr. Fred Lewis. of lrfolk. Lure He met every issu squarely- :'erature said that the reforms he visit In Jackwonvile. While there they \ W. '

Y :>rbo "'m be his guest for several giving his position on all Qth(' n :promised could only be brought about were the guests nf Mr. and Mrs, W. I :.

dar;, 1Ir- Lewis who !s probably the without hesitation'or attempt, at \'a.Iivn. Iln' the legislature or In congress and K. McDonald1 )(r: Sexton went espe, Shoe Co.

gest Shriner this 'Ountralso .H$ acquitted himself to the entire :\ he_ was running for the wrong dally to attend the Shrjners' meetingIFhiday

r !! the meeting in Jacksonville.t& satisfaction of the audience.' His-:lJdtl't'. He said that he had discharged I night. : ._ -u' -_ ._-' -_ .

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I I v IN THE ,SCHOOL ROOM. meat with full board -present The sec- MRS. SCOTT GIVES PARTY FOR FAIR FACES FAVOR FANS. -
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% McCREERY AND MISS CAPITAL .
MISS
that the following
retary stated The NWs and H. B's Battle Bravely '

iii 2 Official Proceedings Board Public In. schools had made the 80 per cent average v JEWETT. Baseballing.A $50,000.00President i
for the regular county term and _
.. .
:.-t struction. No one knew exactly what pleasureswere it
had received two extra months to be T. Munroe. -
T. ,
1 Ocala Fla., May 7, 1908. In store for them when Mrs. large crowd went to the South ': i

The board of public instruction' in paid for by the state. Charter Oak Scott 'bade them come Ito an Informal Third street grounds to see the N.W.s Vice-President Z.
't and for Marion county, }Florida met Pine Level, Hurricane Pond Lanadale evening with her but at the time mentioned commonly called "TheNever Wases" Cashier. J. B. Brooks.CENTRAL. -
Park Oak Hill Mayville. Ft. McCoy -
Weir ,
1, the 7th day of May 1906 in regular Weirs- Thursday evening at halfpasteight and the H. B/s, who bear the euphonious -
Electra
Martel, Ebenezer.
session. Present G. S. Scott. B. R. o'clock the invited guests assembled Utile of "Has Beens" battle. for
t .
and the
dale. Martin and Flemington, .
Butch J. S. Grantham. at the beautiful home of Mr. the championship at baseball Friday
following colored schools: Christian, "
Minutes' of last regular and special and Mrs. S. Scott on Fort King ave- afternoon. It was a quick game

meeting read and approved.Mr. Freestone also stated and that Montague.It was The his secretary opinion- nue. The home was brightly lit and full of fun and some ginger. The bat- I NATIONAL BANK

R. E. T. Ellison the supervisor receiving with Mr. and Mrs. Scott were tery for the X. W.'s was Vogt and Bullock s
that as soon as the two extra months ,
of the Ebenezer school appeared before Miss Sara McCreery and Miss Meta while the H. B.'s had Clark and
that he sate would pay OCALA
taught OF
were
:s* the board. He stated to defend for but"some of their terms have Jewett for whom this pleasant affair Spencer for their artillery. Clark made -.!
same
himself,against any charges that might had was planned. eleven sad-eyed X. TVVs fan the Flor- -
been out two months and he received :)
be made against him as supervisor The interior of this pretty home was ida atmosphere while Vogt had ten .
a letter from the state super-
4t 1 that .he had fulfilled the duties of supervisor intendent saying that no money will most inviting upon this occasion the scalps to his credit. Clark and Ford DIRECTORS '...
as he saw it. to the best Interest guests all being In their (happiest made a two-bagger each while one ,
be paid until every school in the stateis
of the school and would not resign bag is credited to Gerig Camp Hew- 7
out which will make it at least the mood. r J. I:. Christian R. s. Hall ,
unless some specific charges are We hardly knew what to call this ett Knight, Chambers_ Pelot Vogt and
first of July before the teachers: can Geo Mackay T. T.
made and proven. As there were no party, but everyone knew that some Cole. The H. B's went ,to bat first and Monroe _
their for the extra two months.
get pay H. A. Ford
_ t specific charges before the board, Mr. The board Instructed the secretaryto pleasant surprise was to be given struck out-1, 2, 3. Bullock was hit Z. c. Chatn>li ig9i

.rr Ellison was pomised should chargesbe notify the teachers that if they are them. After the guests had all arrivedthe by pitcher but Ford Pelot and Vogt
made, he would be notified and diningroom was thrown open and fanned but Bullock scored run one.
willing to pay interest at 6 per cent -
: given a chance to defend himself. per annum until July 1st that the then the fun began in earnest. Part- In the second the same tune was

The trustees of the Charter Oak board will make arrangements forth ners were secured: by numbers and on played by the H. B's-struck out 1, 2. -
;- school appeared before the board and Then the N.Ws scored agoo'e --
the table were boxes of every size and 3 order. ---
'?'n to get money at once.Teachers' .. :
asked for assistance to help to cells shape. Accompanying the boxes werr egg.
reports and accounts were --
the school house and make other re- directions stating that the men were In the third Clark scored. Nothing H. ROBINSON, Pres. '

_ pairs. They were informed that the examined The treasurer's and ordered report paid.was examined to do the.work and the girls were to more doing. S. H. BLITCH, Mgr. GEO. J. BLITCH Teller.J. C. BOOZER' Astt Qgr'.-

board would take up all repair and and approved as follows: show them "how' it was done. On The fireworks started in the fourth. '

-u building requests at a special meeting Balance from last report. ....$1,003.38 opening the boxes it was found that Vogt Harris Izlar and Peyser scored. .'7
:k the third Monday in June but as they some contained materials for making The H. B's failed to make good in ;
Received from district,
money
,
..-J had money in the special district, they refunded. .. .. .. .. .. 110.00 hats socks to be darned dish towelsto their half but scored-three more runs ., The Strong Hold the-j
t could proceed to make the necessary of the The X. TVs
Received from E. L. Carney. be hemmed, quilt squares to be before the end game.
repairs, and the board would make pieced to 'be made paper also run up three more making the
levy of 1905 .. '.' .7,925.10 aprons
whatever appropriations in. June as it Received from E. L. Carn(Y' chrysanthemums to be fashioned etc. total 8 to 4.FollowIng.

could then make. polls of 1905 .. .. .. . 453.00 I For quite a while the men sewed as is. 'score by innings, : COMMERCIAL BANK 1
A. communication from the old .trustees busily; as bees, while the young ladies 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9

r of the Weirsdale school, asking Total receipts .. . .$9,491.48 looked on and laughed to think the H. B's ...0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 ,

_I_ that they be allowed to spend a sufficient Disbursed during month. 6,999.22 men had to do all the work. But their N. W.'s .. .. .1 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 x OCALA, FLfl. .

amount of money now on hand joy was only short lived, as it was It was a good game and enjoyedby

for the district, in painting the house Balance in cash .-. ,". .$2,492.26 soon found that they were each obligedto all who were present z
and making: other necessary repairs, of about The same teams will play this Friday I
Treasurer's report for the special tax compose a piece poetry Has Upon Public Confidence is' Evil
was read but as their terra expired for the benefit of
school districts were approved as follows their partner and his skill in doing at 3:30 p. m.,
:_' on the 10th of April on which ady the : the task imposed upon him. So then the Ocala basballe club. "

; t new trustees were commissioned. the Rec'pjs. Disb'd. Bal'nce. the men got the laugh back on them- Notes. denced by its Large and Increasing -

board !thought the request would haves Ocala . .$1899.30: $ 453.00 $1446.30 and he who laughs last laughs best. ('.. K. Robinson umpired.Rev. :
to come through the new board. The know. Lots of out Sam White out the notice Business. '
McIntosh . 362.4ft 173.2S 189.12 you fun. was gotten gave
superintendent was authorized that if Belleview ... 318.39 170.65: 147.74 of this game and for some" time the for the game next Friday : 1 1i
new board desires these repairs;, I
1 the Fantville . 33.01: 10.00 2301 "sewing room" rang with gay laughter Rev. W. C. Lindsay was scorer. :

that he could co-operate with them Dunnellon 113.26 99.50 13.76 and comersation. During the sewing The Uneeda Biscuit ,man was the :

? and proceed to make! them. Reddick . 247.84 79.6 168.19 and the poetry composing Mr. Scott official roaster. tiOcaIn -

The superintendent was instructed Pine Level 162.24. 5.00 l 7.4! passed fruit punch, which was greatly The small boy was in his glory.

; to pay: for conveying the children from Mayville . 65.94; 9.00 5694Weirsdale enjoyed. Crom did not get a crumb of a hit '

'- Cottage Hifl 'to Fellowship five :: 283.07 6.65 276.42 The "poems" were collected and read but he pulled them down in fine styleat Furniture
months, at $25 month, from the Gonpif
per aloud by Mr. Jewett after which the second.
Citra . 299.04 90.15 208.89
One-half month at ISO
county funds. Griner Prm. 293.15: 2i.OO 267.12 articles that had been so cleverly put Vogt and Clark art about even on
month from the Cottage Hill dis-
per Buck Pond. 53.70: 27.65: :2605 together by the men were auctionedto honors.
trict funds and two months at $30 ..
Sparr . .', 86.30 31.15; 55.15'anJler : : the highest bidder Mr. W '$ per month from the state aid money ... 9S.S9 1465 S4.24 making a splendid auctioneer and Mr. Jake Gerfg was at ihi.me on short. : i .

for also the Fellowship$5 month school.additional CotU'ge Hill for Fellowship .. 166.2 81.50 84,78 Tom Harris acting as the <"cl:h er' Victorious Martinot took the 'tough. There is Nothing Too Good For You j k}
pays per
Electra . 43.37: 40.0i :t.$7 Each person was presented with a That is in his line.
"t the five months paid for by the county. I II
Blitchton ... 126.S3 12665: : ..28lartel bag of money ana the bidding rQ\'e..1j -- -- 'ilf
The trustees of the Ocala shoot requested I Mrs. Knight to Entertain for Her J That's a broad statement but it h his good, for will
and evcitin you surely regret
. .. 147.86 99.32: 4KS4 I very spirited ? some of the : -
that the salary of their principal ; Ft. King. ,.. 33.40:: li.r.15.81 articles bringing! mutt::: manel* >u Guests. I buying cheap furniture. Now that. does not mean that you :

r be put at $150 per month for : Cdpulet -. ... 9.1S 9.00 ..ISLmadale prices. The bunch of pink and white should pay an, exhorbitant price for your goods and If you wotdd< .?

next term./. ... 32.01 .. 32.01 chrysanthemums\ made by Mr. Harvey Mrs. L. James Knight has issued in- know where you can get the best goods'at lower prices than 'Of, :

A request was also before the board Cotton Plant. f 130.7 4J6 86.13 Clark, an.l the pink crepe paper hat. vitation.to a large reception which are paying some other pu1Smith
i; to make the salary of the principal of she win afternoon
Wednesday
give on -
Orange Lake.. 63.47 30.00 33.47: .which was the artistic creation of Rector -

the Dunnell school 'il25 per month. Oak Hill . 84.16 ..'.. -S4.16 Harrison, proved to be the roostcoveted May the sixteenth. a't her petty : --
Several other requests were before the htmie street.Mr & Roberts
Dausrherty
on
loss Bluff 7.52 5.rti 2.52: articles on sale.
: board for increase in salaries.: They is this affair in ,
Fairfield .. 154.81;; Ut):5 110.16 After the auction ice cream and cake Knight giving
Vere all deferred until next meeting compliment to her guests.11'5. h.l e-*
Cottage Hill. 54.35 20.00 34.36 were ser\ety followed by a few more

The resignation of.Mr.'John Luff- Lemon ... 42.10 .. 43.10: minutes of gay chatter. The entire 'n' 1t'rlc11lum: who i* Mr.. will tak:: pleasure in showing jo the best goods at the lowest .

man as a trustees of the parr school Pec-ho . 49.85. 35.00: 14.85 evening was characterized by a Knight's sister i and Miss Jessie Bo'- price Everything in the turn ure line at consistent prices
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was, accepted and D L. Grantham' ap- -- ing Inrormalitan,1 everybody charm-I, ford, both of Gainesv-'"
v
: pointed to nil the vacancy. \ ;
Totals .. ,J5465.5S $1751,69 $3713.S9 royal good time. .Hi
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The petition signed by thirteen of I I ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Scott's guests were the -----;
the voters of the Greiner Farm schooldeclaring ..'".
Fessenden Academy Closes After Successful following: Miss Sara Mc-Creery, Mis*
r that fraud was committed inS 'f
Term.Wednesday Meta Jewett. )lr. and Mrs. D. S.
the election and aMdner for arvithp
t ....---- I Wootinnv, Misses Georgia Borger, LIFE INSURANCE WITH ,
flection was taken up but as the
board was undecided as to several :May 9, wits commencement Margaret and Mamie Taylor. Ethel
Robinson, Valeta Potter, 'SallSe Camp -
day at Fes enden Academy. Vehicles "
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points of law in regard to calling another -
bringing the from all Emily Ford Sara Harris: Messrs.
parents
election or filling the vacancies
parts of the the Stephen Jewett, G. IL Harrison J. II
o in such cases, the matter wa deferred country Wf'rt''In LIBERAL! GUARANTEESI
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Workman Emmett Oowden, I... X.
grounds at an early hour.
l until the next meeting, and thsecretary '
requested to secure the written The crowd continued to arrive and *GreenT: H. Harris J. II. Taylor W. .
D. Taylor Arthur Hardaker II. A.
by noon there were several hundredivlsitor's
opinion William "HocSer on several :
: on the campus to witue the Daniel Harvey Clark and H. A
doubtful point:. The secretary I
a instructed to notifyhe: old trustees !.field day sports. Waterman.To .
AND AT
that according to law they are trustees The exercises: for the day commenced the of LOW COST.i,
until their successors arc comlalssioneil at 10:30 o'clock. The academy Survivors the Second Flor-

anJ for them to proceed and chapel was filled with parents and visitors ida Infantry of the War Betweenthe --

who listened with interest to the States.
act the same as ever. -in
The election returns fur the Weir program renderd. The audience heartily ':

Park school were canvassed, and the applauded the speakers who conducted Comrades-In the interest of truth

board, declared by a majority vote, that themselves with ease and of history in memory of our > fallen In the subjoined table will be found the premium rates and
comrades anti at the of
.t the. district is <'J't'utE'Cl.that a three.s' prare.The request: a num-

mill levy be made and that W. R McGahagin Wand drill by thecadet, was her of our comrades, still living. I desire -. guaranteed cash values of twenty-three; life insurance companies oas.

't Robert Marshall and tJ. one of the many interesting featuresof to call together all the survivors ,

electedtrutee l.04, the afternoon.The of the Second Florida regiment. .We life for
Smith. aie 20-payment policies J,000 each at 35 with total premiums
Y.
Election returns for Cottagv Hill\and night session was largely attended will meet in Jacksonville) on Monday, age ,

Pine Level districts were canvassed by people of both races. At 7 June 25;. 1906 at 11 a. m., for the purpose and cash guaranteed on 20-year settlements. > F

with the following results: That. a.. o'clock only standing room could ba of rescuing from oblivion the history ;

three-mill levy be made for. each district I had. of that gallant command and all The net cost is less in the Washington Life Insurance Co. ofj

,. and that L. D. Beck, L. D. Stafford The-speakers were students of the comrades who have in their possession ,

and C. D. P Hiycrafi were elected high school department, who showed muster rolls or other d'uments'hi<,h New York than in other the list. -
on
ar trustees of Cottage Hill district, and their; ability in each' feature of the form a part of that history are earnestly any company j

R. D.. blokes J. T. Jo 3 and H. A. program. requested to present such docu-
The academy chorus of fifty-four ments at that meeting that they --- --- ---- '.- -...- -.-- .. --'-. ----- -- :
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Iloss elected. trustees of Pine Levelt maybe : --- --- -- -- --. ---- -------- --- -----.0--------- -
t ;' district. voices furnished the music. Each se- Incorporated In the records. Every - --.- :

That the canvass of the returns of le ction rendered received hearty ap soldier who was at any time a mem- ,.' -. Name Company tal ; ----1

e the Oak Hill district showed that the plause. ber of the Second Florida infantry, ,, f JiT/ : Cash\'a1ut' I-Cost et--I Average\nuaal :

majority of the voters voted for no The interest of the audience was who served faithfully) to the end of ----- Cc..t" "
mills and no trustees. manifested by the attention they have the war, all those who were transferred \ II --r. ----f $

The treasurer was requested make and the quietness with widen tnty sat to other commands or were discharged The Washington Life..H. .. ,._,..1I$737, 40$63100$106.40$532 J

arrangements: that whenever there is through the t'ntirpl'l J.n1. on account of disability, Connecticut Mutual. .. .. ; .,: ,.,..; .11| j 716 JQ; $Q3 (,Q: 114 441E -, : :J

money ,in the treasury of a special tax These<;sion has been sum::-sfui in wounds physical incapacity, with Mutual Benefit .. ..: .. .. . .f j | 724; 40| ;?9 93 Il t1st 6 n

: school district not to thaw to pay interest every way. A hall for he boys has ben honor, are most heartily Invited to be Aetna Life. ?. .. ... .:. . ,. ... .11| | 739 JO[ 614 OOJ -125 201 I ; 6 26Prudential. I":

on warrants cashed at bank and finished as well a> man: other fine present. All will be cordially wel . . .- . . . ... .fk t t 19001!, tilt 00.; 129 00.; 6.& -:_
I comed. W. D. BALLEXTIXE.Senior :j
Improvements.The
held* for a, month or more before being Surviving Oficer. Phoenix Mutual . ... .... ..../j| f 743 20.{( 61S OOJ! ISO:: 201; 6 _Si -:
a < taken Carnegie building will be readyfor
up. National of y rnwnt..H[f f[ 743 40 609 .
9f{ 138 45} 6 77 .
by september It:.
occupancy '
H was ordered that the board will .
proceed to appoint teacher' at their The enrollment for the year reac ieil "Mr. Herbert. Anderson arrived ,-. United States. .. .-'. ?. ... ... ,,...... ..:..jj 681 60;; 539 31 142 29{ 7 11 i

:- meeting .in June, and the trustee and nearly SOu. home Friday afternoon after an absence Home Life..u.H. : |{ 727 60!! -6S Of)1161 6&j S 0S >

supervisors or patrons are requested The future seem' bright i-iJe .l, f..r of two months, most of which Union Central .v..v.. ...... .}II| 710 00| 566 OOJ. 144 001 7 20

to make their recommendation for this school as it has a strategic' l- ca- time he spent in Honduras South ,. Penn Mutual . .. .. . .. .-.. _.{f1{ 745 00; 6()& 92j 135 OSJ i 6 75 -;;

s,,' teachers by the first Monday: in June.A tion In the center of th-rnsui.ls of colored America t'njonhis He trip ia looking Immensely.Mr. splendid. and >: Northwestern. . .. ... ... .: ....}jj 1756 00; ti09 00,14700.7 35

Jettejr was received from I>r. "'. youths. __ ._. .' t' Provident a\"ings. ." ... .-., ... .;..... .H|| 691 40;; 519 MJ r 132 40,! 16z ;

ii P. Wilson, H colored physician of A- Mountain--- -of Cold.- William P. Edwards of the : : New England. . :._ ,.. ... .,, .f( | 720 00' IK M| 135; (1(11[ 7 75 '

Ocala inclosing a check for $10 and ...-- Ocala meat market has just received Equitable Life. .. :. .. .....'.........H 766 80. .610 00, 156 807 s.t"i.. /
.L Asking the board tor'st'nt Jt to the ,. -
could: not bring as much happiness to a tremendous big refrigerator and will New York Life. ... . ._. ... .:.>;- .H 766 00 609 CO: 157 00 189Germania..i.4 '"
colored school in the county making ;
Mrs, Lucie Walke. of Caroline Wis. .
now keep all his meats in his own icebox fiI.IHo. (Mi U> 6 $
the :Jilghest average tier cent. The as did one 25 cent box of Bucklen's { > .
Christian school, making !SS per cent Arnica Salve when is completely cured instead of at the cold storage -. 'i.." Canada:: Lire..H.' ., -.;.::,.',.,.; t i' 731 nit:.\ Snj: {}j., 13d gig': 650

a running sore. on her le" which plant. '- Provid't Life & Trust..:..,_ ...,'..:.,. .: | |' .
t of the enrollment will presented had tortured her 23 years. Greatest -- u. .d- Ijll"t1J 53't 21: Itt ...9 6 31 '

:wIth the 110 The Freestone school anticeptlc healer of pips, wounds and The perfect flavoring extract Blue .,? State )Iutua1..H| 13: 00; 5S4 7S| 167 221 S 5* ?

tame next, with an average of 83: .4 per sores 23 cents at Tydings & Co., drugstore m Ribbon Vanilla. Made from the finest Massachusetts Mutual .: :. ...:. .. .H{ 7:.a 40j 564 78, 167 62!' 8 38 ,.

g._( .<*ent, and the Montague 8hI0thinl., vanilla bean absolutely 'pure and John Hancock. . . . . . .| | 73j 4(): 564 78} 167 62j; S 38

'' Vtth an i erage of 81.2er cent I Mrs. Meeker, of Homosas. Mr. W.M. aged until it gives deserts the famous :Manhattan .. . .. :. . ... .j 11, ';3140; 6tO 00, J2: 40j.! G 3 1 -
3' As neither J. L. Millci. nor Joseph Oit and Mr. W. E Allen, of McIntosh "Blue Ribbon J'kivor.: ,

,>'Ret !finger. the two menwhi tied for ; Pr W. R. Veal, of Cotton ===::::=':=-=:--=-=-=-='="::::"_'__ ==:::.:-:== -:.:.-=====-,= =::.: .-: :_ __.:__: -: __. --=- _::o-- .'
trustee of the Martel !school will agree Plant; Mr. W. E. Veal: and Mrs D. A. Mr. John Turney of Little River, on '

'. tiot.. to st'1'it is ordered: that if the dark, of Manel, and Mr. J. M. Knight the east coast a former prominent citIzen The Company that Estimates the Least and Pay the Most

opinion !of' Mr- Mocker Is that thejboar of Etna, were visitors to Ocala on Fri of Lake Weir, spent Friday in '.
;
-lection, that the secretory and chair- Colbert, and attended the political rally IS THE BEST }
,Itnan. are authorized to give notice and i )Ir. _A. N. Kimbrough.:: who had his Friday nIght. ; ,

\ time 'ut such election: as the_ Hw re- hand*badly crushed Thursday while .-.

; Quires. colpling cars at Martel left Friday Mrl.,Cam returned to Reddick' Fri. .

S. ..k r'S The board .adjourned to meet on afternoon for his home at Center Jlil'; day afternoon after a visit in Ocala J, S HOOPER District Manager.OFFICES

Tuesday .morning at.'8:80 o'clock.' On whej-e he will remain until he ia ableto with her, sons Messrs. W. D, Carn and .

Tuesday the board met Ir adjourn' gun the: road again 1 Baxter Cam. _OVER- RIB
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VOL.40, NO. ;I. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY IS, 1906. ONE DorI: : 1.'Ru, .

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I = Report of Tuesday's Primary Showing Returns Up To 12 O'clock Last Night. ',1;' .b, _'. JOsoeor'-:. ...':

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tile. . ,. -.:-..- .- 83 L I64 "79 9t 145 i 234 1a :Q 143 iit is ## l435 -
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to fib 150 si 141 83 9 Z5a 211 1 179 168 :Il 178 141 U l' I 1i t. 4 11. :f For house of repreadata4ive :WUItes -
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Sonun.rfieM. .. .. .'.*,..* VSparr .' 3 1 It 1& 9 10 16 12 1 15 4 4 I S 9, t 11) 15'I 4 13 1 .1 -'. : Ue% W. Ulmstead. it*.

s Untixi . ., .. .. .. .. .. 4 6 11 6. 2- 9 t 4 11 6 4 I 3 I 9 \ Ii 1 11 4, t 14 G 11'( b, t. I i J" \5.

Oiklavaha #. .. .. ..... .. .. : .. 14 'I I. f' t \ Santa Rout
c'a.AJller . .. .. .. .. -. t [ 15 9 15 I. 1 5-6 1. I 9 l t f j'. .
Leon. .. .1 .. t 11 4 I 9 4 I IS I I 1 13 I' bi I5F 4 I2 I :
fit't. ;: l0 3 s I 1 '
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. . ;. .. .. .t.ytcintosh. .. 1 .4 fl :1 ', 12 J9 Ii l a 3 i 1 16 11 U II 1. 11 19J !}. May 15.-It I.w k
Pedro. .. t. .v .*. ?..... ,.. ? .. '. ( 31 It It 19 H. 1 1s pleyard and Burr baN arri d Uw
'. . .. I7 21 I! I 43 51 I9. 3. I 3: :1 101a3, ; t .
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r..Jtrt ,- .r 20 ,50 40 20 t 33 35 26 361:1-6' 3! n u county and that W. B. Lamar alas
. . .. .. ,. .. .. .. .3 i 18 10. I 15 16 -1 'l l 11 9'' 9 Zl t t :1 1 -I carried the district far Th
ReAfick . .. ..,. .r, ',. 20 :1 5 t 4 I :6 } ISt 4 f 8 :1 eensres
., r F n 51 2'. I H 00 2 I 2 1 .t 11" vote between Lamar and Stephen in
Anthony '. .. ? .. t '15 21 St to 2 6 33 40 40 U I 13 39 It :1 39 n I
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Graham m ... :. .. ; t' -9 H 34 :0 It i I 36 33 32 25 t t t this e&unty is efe e, aad tIM 1att..r
DuD llon. . -0.. .,. .v.'. ., J 9 .3s 18 172 44 76\\ U 23 14 aI :1 u I :+ t't i
30 1)3 :3
9i 23 i 34'' r4 id 93 3t { 10 lU 7L utI I 3' 13. 3: 4 t 30t ) t has probably carried it by a mail nrala -
Blitchton . . ., 311: : :t
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; : ff .v. ? 14 2i t :6 f 9 : :I: 321 t 1& 211 U'' 3'a : 1: 18I f t fI
.\ rt McCoy .' ? ? S 14 Mil{ : 9 18 24 a5t 9t I all I H I i1 I 1 l 141 t :9I 23 11 l' I 5 t \ 1. I f 8 IS 8l +tty.
BrJlertew .. I I [ ak 1' _1" 1,4 I St. Johns.St. .
t st I 131! $ 1 V) I It Iii 1 13 i 14. 12 I I I 12 1 4 :31 x I'
Lost Bluff . u 23 t Ili' 4 I 26 241 I i1I t 4 !! 1: 1 a4I I j 1 H 1 31f u 1 11 t :. 10 I : I I ,
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Ltnadate ___ _,_'_ I I I I I I" i I !, i tf" E 79 99 t.Ct! '--1.911{ ut--j-' { ( i and Dftlley carried thw t it y for raii-
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Total to \late. . .I :0. 370 16: I 267 t334 t 6:;3 731 |702 (ffS i ,75 1 1 31lii9! 454 W 599 772 2S) F road eofOBUssiMHrs and bass protofe -

t ca rri *i tW o>unt> d&eJ' baa ..

I -, decided led Derr Appleyard. Wtth Burr
MRS. L. J. KNIGHT ENTERTAINSFOR "Rooseve't' Returns From ;
HAPPENINGS ABOUT TOWN. I Psychology. Primary Election CYII Ami. The race: between Dei-
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HER TWO VISITORS. -
UacWiHtante for
pent and rntAtiYe -

CoL R. F. R*>gers was in from Lynne Jlr$. L. James Kni bi's rweptwui Cader tM headline of "ILo E"ffaiogl=>eiFei1B i i Several Florida Counties. \; is close. The vote of. 'Ttorap r..

ytah i 5yJtc New York for the ame tSce nay 'a- a *e
Wednesday I Wednesday aftenw>p" between the :' IAtachu
;Pot &ty<: and prmMury to deride the n.c -- _hours of four an.I sir o'cteek gave ; .1 L Hiilsborough. I I to Ma.eWDt.IaP.t.rId1ti aad Win .
Mr Outrank carried H raandbemEnty | YOiten.Toi oottkeeafc rise s -
quite a nuznbt-r of t-be Ck-ala ladies an -r-- fie have carried the -oWJtT.
by a small majority: was only ant thoe te c0d toeet Gsinesbille May IS.-Partialr&turas i iintita Tampa May }).-attach and Bar .
Yausia.DeLan4
opportunity tumeet t\\- very charm- that JJurr and Bttich 'carry this coaaty by a decisive majority -
with the stttsa ion have be-n pralirt-
Mr. A Ek-heibers'er went down toDehvra i in? \asitors. in whose !.nor the recf1l- UeCreary is I'I'ba and Parkhffl and Wnftfrfcpraetieally
the 16.-Atl
carri i county. Mar twturaa dra
: Wedafenky on bUHn:. don was given and who are Mr* in?. Tuol wusf angry men have beet
returned &) the state > mkle by a small sweep the various pre'einets. not ta but .Fmk Sa-tis' fri MNcoaJWeat art
-- I Kni-ht''i gu sts. Mrs. James 'Ve eyMcCollum. going ab rtSt with a see of havtns .
J.rim latHeatioas )ttnt to the eriee-
Hfm. i
majority. His opt >n ai was of bis reel tion fI the y4nr
Mr T T. Muftroe. .vbu has been of GxinesVUle, one of the been tricked by tbr- realdrnw t in this .
tiOII of J. C. Dudley and W. K. 1M'IertJF '. .
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0. Cfairina
B. DeiL *te a iftrg majortty <
ne
quite ik'ic f.. several days past !n. we I 5iest3fhon. id Mrs. Knigmfs sis rtte bill matter ta make it poaMbku ; reprewBtatives.
SaWer. ten pulled a larger > 4* k rexpeeted than wa
Hari w learn Improving. I ter. The otner JtCl1 -:t-of-houvL" wasMIaa suppress on-n cwan?*!s of bat faith i. Hamilton. : .
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Mon <*t the errantry i-r
; Jessie Bodiford also of Gainesville But aefiittu'.s Alio :. these ila,-lens- i
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Mr Jiiuei Turner, ot (iainraYllle, Iatet"nny.lay IS.-Blttch aDd I cft gave Sm ma.JIr'kJ'
i Both are vivacious and charming brunettes !! ant things merely show that they art all have tarried( Jasper May !.-tit Aims defeated -
faa among the traveling men in the Burr. from reports
city \'.."?.-rd*yMr and were guwned in lovely i i not adepts in that fascinating study, Baker county for the raiaTiad commission John High for febe state mate A LETTER WORTH READING.
: white froe s. Receivuiif with Mrs.Km Ro M.e.eit Psychology The president ,
Ad-
Information from the by a majoruy of tWB to one )Ir.
distriet-f
Ina Farris, hi all protkbitU, ir: ;.t weUrs. Will Knight! andMiss II has simply displayed the same qualities gives the impression that ..ims will it is thought, teaL Lake Mr. J. T. Sutpbfau who reieesettuis U1

ranted t-, the legislature tNUt UU'.a.i Swe Bart, all "t whiim wore at Washington that he exhibited !Fielding has defeated Ben. Calhoun fur City's fiait against the Buclbnan bill J. H. Hamhirer Ok. of :
touaty white. I at Albany as govern That id to ay, states attorney. C. F. Barker. d Mrs. Knight is a graceful ami cordial when some project of l gi:lat 'tl tn [ .
cantlklate far ret re enu.tiveI I ig s. He made this the principal issue t faring team tetey from B. Jia

Dr, X. a Phlllrps. of ruin. rtIh. ; hostess and the receiving line was I which he is deeply interested U pending has probably won by a small maj rity i ate is known on all other measures as t t1&llGway, wau hi ai1"t. .' .4r ....In'WD :

a m",t attractive one. They received he talks on all sides of it with appalling I t.. .
.
*ho t* welt known all over the state. w I -administration. I ttW bdia N -ttim& -

i* very ill at nix horn in that city. in the parlor, which was lovely! in energy appears to abound in Columbia. i ...'; tbs s1rsw brety grryn

'-- i white and green. On the mantel were the opinions of every man with whom I II Jackson. I This better stew the stanJinit of

Mr. Jon Shuford went d<>\\n t.* Crystal -f arranged exquisite Easter lilies, andJvMrstifa a* confers, and sets a dozen people t.> Lake Cky May li-.-F. P. Orae hits I II Marianna. May 16.-Vote of Jacksanrouaty I alit .era sal every aMygtay arc

HjTi" Wednesday after x t ?>r a Jems were grouped: around wok for h!l "n ooatraJk'ti waji. I defeated A. P. Julian for thestate : Lamar. 3).i: Stephens 1.._*>i; I sor'iatloa ur toiirUwU .r .n

ferr !ibui lne- a visit. the rwn. When he in''" where the nujonty f" I senate by a good majority. Mr. Cone iailey JSO;; Barr. 771: Parkhiil l.Wd; ; I FIt r da should read k and get tr t.-M n |J
I In the hall Ihs Sara Harm welcomed g')iiz be he sides with it vehemently .
administration caaif.date, and rheo. P. West senate H. C. Wetaada i with them r
Mr. and tors. B. 4.!. Webb ?' Kendrick I the guests and in the hack parlor I onii declaretnat! n<- never 'tue. \i t was ttw In the country precincts I < Williams rppre enzartves; W. W. The Boardman Fruit and Trucker*
his heavy vote
registered at the Arabia: Mi-: Val -ta This is the
Izlar and else.
were Miss Eloyse of doing anything him victorious. Knight and J\Yhite and Joe C. Davis a tie for ex nay A..ociatiOft.H'Iil .
hotel J.idu"JDvUlt"; { Wednesday. receiving. Thin room was which hb friend call his engaging made
Potter were proves: W. B. N. r. May IMC
Avant win fur '! -ntativ(>;. They t treasurer: Wynn assessor: i &
dworated in pink carnations. roses habit of "thinking out loud. the Buckmaa bill and IL A. Bowles and A. .\ Stribiing. Wsht .. Mr. a J. itoOMnv. c ltd N
Mr liana Gib-Kin, of Leesburs was expect to fight !
also word, bu '
and oleanders and in this room Hi1 enemies apply a harsher Issue. of six t.> ran over for tai eoleotor J t* Dear: Sir:-> the '.'II t rf theftMjdasan
ta OcalaV returning tram made thl the paramount
eune day.
the punch bowl wa placed, the punch the result i.s the same. There are always .
Citrus. ; W. B. Barkery, supervisor af I, .v-.lt"tatt ::;'jr.ite. tJuou.fb

% talt ta-Grahamville.Mr. _a __ bean; served by Miss Louts Uarr- legislators to say that he has deceived I, etration. I. tVir SemHBTT. .E. .'.. t. P"-"

Gilmore Jones and his sister and M"UGrace Ha-tchell. them there always an astute In-ernt''s. May 1..-QHiipIete I't't t fa you per. cwir think for
In the dining room the :l.Utif.ll and powerful leader like AMrich GO
Miss Meta Joneof Cry"tat River turns from Citrus county gives Spark- [ Leon. i
tlo\t 1"1i used were nasturtiums and get the necessary votes a>?etner and __ I .re. .
formerly residents of Ocaku spent the I man. 379; Appleyard 90: Bailey :i3: I 1:

day in lawn W nt'.9dLY. yelt.w cannas. then exhibit Mr. Roosevelt a.-" "everstnmsr Blitch. 37S: Burr 199: Clark 159: ,! Tallahassee. May 1 L I eon county r Tork. have hanJkd berrie,., T ra kn.*

-- In the' enter of the tabl- was an I upon the stronger ide.. The ParkhilL ::Ii WhitnVld 207: D-avK how up aan.t the drainage tax and 11 four a axi lea wc iv. f-u. .ur ,u '
;
Dr. \V. C Lindsay and Mr..K. J. tmmense bowl of the nasturtIum I Rhode!: Island senator deserved thucongratulati Sxtruak. 121. | t be irther measures of the state a>fminstratfon f I.'ciatfn, al the it'Jl witt teat ,'I\.t.

Crook were among the Ooala Ek:1 who) all the v tryinK shades of yellow from ':ns which were .Terer 399: Columbia. by giving John Henderson. here wectretrt4. fla tw, u- .:>%.

attend\"d the Jai-ks-)n, mtt- m tin the palest hue la aln1'1t..il ml, amscatt&red I him yesterday. As was justly said, he ; t"r- state senator a majority 2.t) or! are every dry Meet the v.,n .iiof -

Wednesday. loosely over the tablp Men.sprays is the one republican senator in th IS. The democraticeievuthe note over W. _\. Raw Is. woo was : ntttterent tfc* Bhippln ems- 1 fp
of smilar. The mantel \. I "iate who knows what he wants and L doe Ctty. May i
ysieg, nod t' J Hui'irier
Governor Bn ; o1el; ne
moiittee of Columbia j trongly supp)! 'tl by >wird :.. ; > nc
The total cote of citrus l.tunty3.1 banked with the canna-t and on th' sets tt. Just now he'has ;->t the vonwHi tolayand canvassed th.returns and his .'- Blitch and Burr 1 1f t l. au btMt1 every .use

live hundred and fifteen of whit!: 5i-d.?bc4ro} were several bowLs of nas. .- o.It the president who vowed tha! county met of Tuesday's primary, with the or railroad eooitnlssioners, carry Leon and tha New York -:. t ..nQr'

four hundred was for E. W, Davis amM turtiums.Mrs. I i.e ouUl "ne'erMartel OnsenL' result by a big majority. Wells Is elected .i ty. We attribute l. tn. tar

hundred and fifteen for Carlos Ilstrunk W. D KK hie and Mrs. s. Putt llfwing cungrre-s-Frank: Clark. 7i57. rep sentative. but a second primary I :lat in our opinion CM 'sly V.4o 4

$ : .leton sat at the table and nerve Epworth! League. For For railroad commissioner J.pptt'ya.rd. Is necessary between Vason and ship 'berries fa to have eR {touts totacit

-- the cream which with delightful cake. f the I cityand HIp nnhtrtsr every s
.\ 'lta E. B. Bailey 387; N. lartsfield for the honor > being
Mr. and Mrs.. Will Tydings of Silwr wad passed to the guest by daint The Martel Epworth League held its 533 ;R. IL Burr. 364. ither member. John Collins positiona I daJ. j-o that your rec iur l" ,mr
A. Blitch. ;
Springs and Mrs Claude Nix. of .. little Gladys and Theo Wallis TommiStandley regular business meeting last Sunday of the supreme court the True Democrat has been carried ret our marks daUy aDd bw'ue+e >mrusu

Connor spent Wednesday rn Ocala and Nellie Betkham. The?eI. night our new president )[1' J. M For justice Clarke. 383 Charles B. out and heartily indorsed in all the : >mers a.1ItoJ."e have porNMd thu
Thomas L. ;
the guests of Mrs. C K. Tydlnss- and .Uttle gins wore white dresses and big Bryan presiding 4i> James B. Whttfield. 47iL ontests. Lamar it seems fcas a big UCT this year regards 4ft qcwu-

focally, I.ribbon! sashes, and were looking their It was ordered that the tl'l'a.surerf Parkhill.For state ;senator-F. P. Cone lit!: aajority in the district over Stephensor ions nd tamade I>t Htr'a"prlt'e3.

very sveetest. ,"\' the amount pledged far state .

>.. )& It. B. Tonjw and Mrs CharteK. i On tha stairway, which 'Iauiit' work. J13 4. to the iate treasurer. A. J. P. Julian. 597. L. rongr Marfiscn. I also de lm ta say tfcfo tra you,

Sisa have several guava bushel entirely hicMeu by the decorations of Misses, Nellie Bryan. Belle Bates For house of representatives, ..r wire oC awes has n vrr .a
S. .
I '-l!ich are in blossom.. The flowers a.rxcwdtnjly vines and palms the stringed orchestra Clare Bryan. Mrs. Maud Williams Mr.C. Avant. 143-; W. T. Henry. .432: M. lli1.dison. May IS. Ten out of twelve over> tie price obtained a*'l rapn< ut v
&S:
dainty and sweet and the Tarnished the music which is so J. Pillaads and Mr. A. S. J. Wallacewere Knis-ht. ;<0>; R. A. Mole, recincts: Lamar. 534; Stephens, 135: you wired us sales and when return 4nue

guaralbushex th m,*lvo8 are very or necessary to the success of a recep elected delegates to the state conference Dada ippleyard. 133; Bailey 273:. BUt h. in we were agreeably 1IIIrPr.-d

f 1U.lnfontal. in Oral in June. wired. This t
than
ParkhilL t .4ndt them more
tion.Almost 73: Bur394; Clarke. 232:
-. an hundred ladies' called a1 The Martel league his recently sup- 378. uniqua In the commlsfoen bus4 MHi txis. .

)' Robert .it JHas LlllSYoat Mrs. Kn'ght'a during Ute receiving pi!*i the church with the new Methodist :spastic FU. May li.-J. W.for Watsoi. (404 Complete; Whittield returns: Senate Leggett t and the association sppeei-te4
A. Worley repre
'
have returned home from Tam her reception was a charmingly wins over Geo. TskiJt.K
I houn, and h about two hundred votes 493: Wadsworth. 451; Rowe nominated this method of doing bostne-w.
: pa brinelns with then Mr. Roberrho dellffhtful one. sentitive by It altogether we are weM ,atbWh4 a..t
big ma
by a
is nominated for for representative
I Vra5L nas been Try ill for aev- Dr. B. R. Richardson of Gainesville. George G. Currie t'cfid| hardlythiai toe BoardBan .\... -
I I Ones.Indications and T. J. Hardee for tai IItctor. jority. Second primary for
:I ; oral days. &n d .who -c< ttnue9 to 00 .The Fortunatt cashier of the IL F. Dutton and Co.'d treasurer. For clerk F. W. Hahj place Dickinson and :mlli :) ion win ht'idUt0 pot the J. 1L1.MMJ'-

try Jk'k. HA "As bronht home oncoot. a 1)Olnt--- ec4ion of tanking hoipe in tha city. was stricken county -- ger Co, on our Bst neat ,. far.Irv
\ 1 the and Z. T. Merritt are the high mei n l
with Sunday a9ternot buiint-'e.
paralysis
New bit
the following named gentlemen far the with O. Fitts only three votes behind Monroe.
while ou a visit to his pecan crave. t Years uv:,.
for Monroe
following omces: Burr and Stitch board of county comials i Key West, May county i
The
Mr, Neil it. who returnee Merrttt 4
AUred ,N.tCopy. .
His entire Ct VINOT
several miles in the country. R.
: home last seek from Prescott .Xrls.peta railway commissioners: Whitfield and 3 3Parkhfll stoners nominated is Chas. W. Me- !has given Hunt Harris a big-! majority t 4 r t
both limbs
left site Including wasparalyized .
er -ta return to that city In June. for Justices of the supreme Pherson. of Stuart Geo. B. Baker. of .for state senator. Returns from Lee i )
his
Davis for state attorney for the and he was earned to Wall of Pom 'county, which ia also in this district.
H Lv.
, will be accompanied by Mrs. \ court; West Palm Beach. NEWS.
ia comparatiTfITsemlcoascioui
Gainesville a BELLEVIEW
t sad their pretty UtUe girt Hiss L ab-i; fifth judicial district; Baker for state home in condition. M-dkil .!' pano. X Lee Allen of Miami, and E- f will not be known for day or two .

district: Wartmau The latter but Judge Semple's majority here cannot -
twentieth i :
senator Twt-cJ\'el1. of Cutler.
\Cl'I'd. here ator
I and Trill mat their was summoned quickly h,wever, and G. Mrs P. W. Green tnvthd d11e IMIII-
fin Harris lead in Key !
of the legislature in the firth overcome 4
member Munroe
Prn."Ott months until Mr. for defeated Kirk
some i the latest reports state that Dr Richards .view Workers oat w ker caoatry Inw11EEl
I
I I AnwJn entirely well, after which th li Marion ,"Quntyyt'r for as Mathews. saor.;: LI renting easily This news will district. For railroad commissioners \West Nassau. Stony Stead Thursday tee eajoy & tai- ;

etixrt u return to kaLi .Urcey for eollectorv Chambers. the the vote was as follows: .Btrrr. 1.052:; { The ladies weal Pu1 iam. tti.
be irned with regret by many j tie picnic.
for
F )rt Pyles and Turner coaatjcommissioners yard. 52S; Bailey -
! G BUtch JS7: Apple I II
Bell for county Juds. I friends of the genial doctor here. This I Feniaiulina, May IS.-Full rrttmuwhow :' .>mki? ah>>ut a doiea ctrwMp
;
t f Mr. C J. Grace returned home Wed was rmrly his riot;.; and his Ocala 4x. defeated i The "S u.1 Social" w be green .a r
who had no opposition I I that MfGitBn has been
of course
others DuvaUFi .. ,
he and
sdAy from Ga. where W '
Syhrester. f., hn MBt'IJ&rk@ftl" at p
J.iur r
fnend- earnestly
are ,, the
elected. Acood prinury for the senate by Davis by S vates.Calkins
*(! Alti are I I ;z
Knp4nJed his little daughters, (. [ex
elect a second i rapid ret 1Vt'ry. is elected to the bower house, !: haM will be Monday
ta ThosL.
y i lad Elmer, mho will spend the summer is necessary i, >r justice of supreme court- ti as was first .. & @d
Keen of Friday
f there -wtth rclatlTea. Mr. GraowUI member of the legislature, and it may.1 Texas and New York in h Senate. (Clark.. 1.91: Charles B. Parkhill and the race between Ogilvte and NVAoJ y. relstivr. ikl

; enagu 'la the lumbar business Uad alo be for aunty mmls"zi..n"'r fat 1 :M*! James R WnitfiekJ 1.795, J[for the same- position L %a dQ > that .: Mr. Res last Sgedst+

" second district.S. tommiwstoner-Thoma;- i k wilt take the official Tate to dedde. friends here
r near dmher.Atlanta th t rit Senator B.Lil'a"J making For railroad I Soapberry, et Cri! a I.1t nvt
, ; Ed. BBa.ikJ'. The race for railroad t'omanisiwiuaer'aIs ; Mr ,
her his. pevh on his aaiendTient to the Applevard. 1.34 fee WI" .m.1 ]l "
: Mr .\. Standley Is havto? : ek in the. county. j as of p.L'entrr.
+
R. > *
Paper* Pleas Copy. Hepburn bill a party of New York Lll!. New-toa A. Butch L2S1: very > :

Atlanta has captured thd bijrgest ot home on Ocklawahaaveniw paint I Burr 1,644. [ Orange. i .!' !., !1 rre sBroth.
t other nreesSartnprtvemenb sight .ers sat in one of the g- krir =t. Hudson Mr. 11i"ldt ;a of ) "
. tia)4en .t i iwb.vvk white- an.1 is having :
VAnffelist Dr. Torrey, r They listened to the great Texan for For state senator, eighteeath.MM- ID" ifc* sarnRe 1whpr
t whk i3 greatly CM1Jl
London tohJ8 .,elebrated} a'.nsl made, 1.time. and then one of them whaspemi tonal tli.sUict-Wm. R Baker l.i;;; Orbtada stay to.Fire primary f Mr. M1il >m + "'t
*
f t
'> >t; sbe is *way
attrwthreness -
t. A! IWM',
rtw&l Tor- place. i but goad rote was potied.i huMrs
In that city. Dr. wash.w.tng' them around: jonty. aria. a frl"tdl.nd and danZMrt stagy

., shod direct hH special a.tfntiorb Marwj i j '"Where are the New York :. "" For house of repreitttatives- WH- i OrUod precinct v te-l as duty: t guatieiIdenl. D. .w and -
h Httfker congratulated coments5iont> -AW**. f Lr. aadDomthy
Rote Judea rdHroid
smltit and Clark Hower'e now McLaws Dancy. 741. Ion L.Far- For tight
1I -. Bam Mt Pd
campuJga con I W want ta >ea Srilrtdgv.
1Iotdlz most unchristian attitude tn- county upon the clean i8 R W. Gttlen Li4: & H yari 137: Bum 191. ; 3
hen.u The reply ris. :
rat I,9
k "They
far the > are i Tort Homes
"vii each u th i ducted by our candidates 1U eb32t. m; W. Supreme- t art Cfctrke. 154, P kWhUtfeW. for New
other. demoraUxinsr "- is in a svaiUrtiun and PUtt Melton. 1374: C .DL : Hbe Ms l.e*
aaa-tietianalisni ; ., J. T.
the f Mr
Whale j itt*. and It h* can make th'!t. otk",1Jd for We are cVr- is ton feebV to sit here for 4. Ions time IL Sebringr. Sit a. Farris! plurality oveJfelton :t hiL :1'; 13: general tM t at Maus aide,

Ion t"ae'b other it '1U'eo 1pa.roL. !thai exists in the county. his nearest competitor. 24.,f R+presentativea Aberuathy :U: nor 1ne bw family
and listen to anybody tilfc. t Sunday to Pee
There att"laG
+
it- ?TJ*' **y to convert< the rest of At tautly t> be consratulated.ktaaWCrl. Th New Yorker said nothing andiiiiiiiiiaiiaii Melton's plurality aver CilWn. 1S. tc.1w1. IS; Shaaibarrer. 190..h I came up

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MAN AND HIS DELUSIONS. THE DESIRE FOR BLOOD. FOR MR. BURR TO EXPLAIN. ABOLISH THE RAILROAD COM-
,
THE OcALABANNEE MISSION. lOne 1 Cold
I aDlltii
railroad commission -
When the Florida -
Mr. Macaulay in his history of England It is hard to eliminate the animal in

man. The instruments of torture in attempted to compel the Louisville Just a little while ago the following
FRANK HARRIS, Editor. tells us tow strenuously the people -
article In the editorial columns -
the museums of the old world tell nowthe and Nashville Railroad companyto appeared

,- P. V, Lvavtngood, BusintM Manager.. of England opposed any and aT ancient man doted on cruelty. reduce its passenger rate between of the Ocala Evening Star: The season's first t4'

; :: kinds of innovations.In We have some relics in the new River Junction and Pensacola to three "Can nothing be done to secure a may be slight-may J

the sixteenth and the beginningof "man's inhumanity freight rate? Jf
world that likewise tell of cents per mile the railroad company
to
the seventeenth centuries the public to man" and the constant refused to comply and got from Fed- "We are tired pf asking the ques. early treatment, but.

roads were particularly bad. invention of deadly weapons continueto eral Judge Pardee an injunction to tion. It looks like a farce rank and V next cold will ham,

A day's journey was only a few show that the thirst for blood is aMll restrain the commission from enforcing simple to vote for a railroad commission -
it
: miles and a coach and six vas not L rampant in our natures. ''Why do men 'its order. This Injunction .was only candidate at the ensuing prima- longer; will be in

because of and extravagance ries. The commission has been a miserable troublesome
the'ea.ltl like cripple, torture and kill? temporary pendentelite but-th commission too.

of the persons employing them, It has been demonstrated beyond a seemed to acquiesce in it and !.n? in ihe matter of security I;;necessary to take charjfon

but because it required these many peradventure that the horse will respond ever since then the L. and *N. has been just and equal: freight rates to

animals to pull the vehicle out of- the to kind treatment and perform getting four cents per mile for riding the :tbrfvins Inland towns of. Florida. : that second one. ScgSl;

quagmires. .Not only were bogs, fens better service than from blows and L [over its lines, .in this state, which is Some o: clieir most important (?) Emulsion is a prevemij '.i'

and quagmires plentiful but highwaymen bad treatment yet see how cruel the one cent more than any other road in I work has been fining a railroad for

also patrolled the king's highways failing to post a belated train compelling as well as a
driver, is to his beast Florida charges. Why is this and why cure, TSCOTFS
and travel was worth almost one's life. Mr. ..William Dean Howells says that when the erection of a 10x12 waiting ,
Mottti Th ianntr, .believing this.( |did the commission accept defeat I
,' I atth.topw.Iabl.tstak.ctI1
and flrally on stage wagons. of gap at Ox: Bow or a new'platform for
illegally Is a mistaken Idea its S
when it might have perfected appeal -
in thi,
has taken its stand EMUL
th.mvM, When it was sought to establish the depot at Prong Pond. and to provide
Justice, and in the end recoils on society. and had a full hearing,of.the case .l

: barricades with the 4tH lin.prl_. ? public diligences carrying as many as in a few months? Now that Mr. Burris ice at least once a week in first- I

,j and ita fiht will b. mad for the-L Jsix passengers and going a distanceoTtWrty. Mr. Elbert Hubbard editor of 'the going about the state telling the class coaches. when colds ,

twment *f those at the bottom. [ and. in good weather fifty: Phillistine says that great writers and I people of the value of the commis "Why not abolish the railroad commission aboundyou'll auf

miles a 'day they were called ,"yIn great thinkers are opposed to torture sion he should explain why the.L. and I anyway? It la an expensive have no cold, Takei:

{carriages" and was an innovation that and and endeavoring to luxury and accomplishes nothing." ,
.: cruellty are X. is permitted to have such a. special I when the cold is
FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1906. met with very stout resistance. It was create a sentiment favorable to the other Of this article the editor of the Star contracted
[and remarkable advantage over
: : IN A PITIFUL MUDDLE. :: vehemently averted that this mode of abolishment of capital punishment roads in Florida and meanwhile the now says: "As to the facts: Some and it checks inflamajj

[conveyance would be fatal to the breedof We do not pose as a very great people "pay' the freightJudge Par-' months ago an article did appear in tion, heals the

-. --r- torsos and the noble art of horsemanship the columns of the Star attacking the membian Ii
writer or a very great thinker but we dee's injunction doesn't explain It. for
Our esteemed of the
very contemporary ; that saddlers and spurriers want to see this sentiment grow and I usefulness of the commission. It was throat and fad
the only temporary,
to be in muddle than, Injunction was ;
seems a worse
would be ruined by nundreds that It npt written by the editor did it:
; nor
usual shall use what little Influence we possess and It might have been dissolved on a I and drives the cold <
would rain travel on the Thames; ,that in this direction.We But the express his views and when his attention .I out i
further hearing of the case. ,
An in his editor
ial columns article demanding appeared the abolition: the numerous inns at which mounted want to see the milk of human commissIon let the whole business was called to it he repudiatedIt Send for free I ] <

travelers had been in the habit of kindness permeate the veins of every and gave instructions that no such
of the Florida Railway Commission drop and it Is entirely pertinent for !
stopping, would be" deserted and the human being. sentiments should appear in the SCOTT & BOWNE,
body boots and breeches. after Mr. Burr to explain why it did. The ChemIstsJ
Only owners ruined; that the passengers paper in the future. We hope this will
4 We want to see the world reach thousands of Florida people who are j V 401.415 Pearl ftitet50c.udSl.00 rift
candidate for
becoming the
does a he repudiate the editorial legislature would be grievously annoyed by invalids such a state of perfection that the traveling over the L. and N. in this make it plain that the editor of the I AJI >

utterance. and crying children; that the first promptings of the heart will no state have a direct financial interestin Star does believe in the commission., J

. Won coach would sometimes reach the inns longer be "an eye for an eye and a this question and the public is entitled and its usefulness to all the people of

too late for supper and would leave tooearly tooth for a tooth." the state." word to reJeem the prwnis*
Pardee o
Judge
to an explanation.
He then slobbers over Mr. Commis
for breakfast. On these and other This Is the first that have
We believe that these things are the we seen president's
denounced by Senator secretary.
: stoner Burr, after that gentleman pub was recently .
grounds the establishment of public animal deformities that still cling to where the editor of the star made a .
licly acknowledges that Ocala is discriminated Bailey of Texas for his action in this I do not say the president
- pot
conveyances was strongly opposed. man; that they are born of the e"Uof public denail that the above was not ,
back" at
: against and gets rid of case and the judge "came >
then
and when
message
So his
likewise the hitorian
same tells our nature and will eventually be his editorial utterance. jtnt
T, this serious obstacle with a wave of the senator with, promptness and vigor lineal advisers told him
us how mobs were organized to But if this that thera.1
'revent overcome by the Christ-side of.ourselves were all, we could overlook -
: the hand and says that this will right telling why he had granted a temporary roads would '"'
not contribute
the introduction of machinery to ; that in time cruelty will be It. but the editor of the Star now to his _. 1

g itself when Ocala gets in a position to take the place of hand labor because forced like vagabond off the facE injunction to restrain three the commission cent- |proclaims that he is not only in' favorof paign that he cut It out. I win net i ,i '
i right herself which- these discriminations from enforcing a
"
very itwas believed that hundreds of the of the earth, and will leave in its place the' commission but favors its unjust that, although there are many meg i '
'he :
and other things says
make impossible rate among
poor would be thrown out of employment nothing to soil and bring reproachupon discriminations acainst his own charitable enough to say It I anti j pi .
1. Tis true. 't il pity. pity 'tis 'tis true, and the country: would be pan us.That "The Florida commission has had home city. 'before the senate and the country;

that our very amiable contemporary periz d. The mobs smashed the power the it is in heaven" nearly three years in whkh to pursue V We are sorry. fact that his secretary said the pre
prayeras
has become befuddled.We its remedy if the temporaryafunc-
. looms and spinnig frames, which came will be answered and it will no longerbe dent would speak on it and that be< +
' are that sorry that our heartweeps to supplant the -hand looms and the tion which I granted was, \"NngfullsI I BAILEY'S SPEECH ON THE MAN |not speak on it. Perhaps those Izi .
said of earth "that ivi1e.
our only man could: have had hearin '
sympathetic tears. allowed. They a .
- spinning wheel. Like Othello, thea\ ." OF CLAY. i[lance companies which v 'n {(, .1.

their occupations vanishing and they by the circuit court of a'r,ea1s -. I uting the trust funds .. \\'idu\t : ,
: Senator Carmack of Tennessee, whowu within five months and from there
called the labor-saving machines the The Pensacola Journal and Mr., It :I have examined his public messages orphans to secure his itctiaQ :
defeated by ex-Governor Bob the courtof
. to
devices of the devil. Choate's News Bureau.Mr. could have gone supreme to Congress; I have examined his so many of these railroad bond !

Taylor accepts his defeat gracefully. The same thing occurred in this Charles A. Choate has estab- the United States long asa. But ,peech of acceptance: I have examined they deterred not the president b

In country, only not to the same extent.I! !i4iel a new? bureau iu Jacks..nvii; from tne time that the injunction was I his: leuei of acceptance and I have!jthe president's adviserfrom --
republican circles the "man with has been made to
the People believed that the ewing machine the purpose of which is the discussion Issued no attempt I.,found n>> word in them. I will 'teli 'the {elaimia hid hostility ag...nt '!-
dough is received "
.. with more consideration would take the bread out .of themouths of the everglades drainage proposition. bring the case to a new hearin? Senator from Montana more. Bat. firstV 1roadj. immediately pre-'t>,.:ig t the
than the "man with the That language puts it right up to } !
muck of the needle-women and drjve The Persaeola Journal is considerably let me say, Mr. President this |tio n.

.. rake. them on the streets. Even st late aa concerned a* to where Mr. Choate the commission to tel Ithe people of j ifol the debate Is not of .my d.o .ing. I : Mr. PrM.frni, I '.'\"*, ,>ri\e

Senator Bailey, speaking of the pre when the typesetting machine was invented gets his money to carry on the bureau oridahy the case was not brought:have studiously refrained from sj-eak- I love a fighter; and ti.* l'res1e1

ident,11 says ."this m&.n'of iron turns it was believed that itwould i to a new hearing, and Commissioner :ing any bitter word against the-presi-!jthe raited States is !..>tisloos !,-- .n ij__

. out to be a'man of lay and very common t \\ hundreds and hundreds of print- Mr. Choate says the bureau is paid Burr who is now canvassing for FPj j ''nt during the prolonged stuygV. I ; but he can yield with At &a.alacrity -

- clay at that" ens uut of employment and so ao,. the for by the persons who are opposed L nomination has an elegant opportunity -1[have felt that all the friends of efficient as any man vxhu ever went

same argument was us-ed as to the to the s-i'ii-me and whose lands are to fully explain the matter. WhY i legislation on this subject oughtto battle, civic or pohtitul! Tn! :: he t '

Congress' seems determined to cut typewriting machine. It would work a re,} .o curry on the drainage propo- should a mere temporary injunction:' spare each other from attack and|furi aou. bU{'

. dovn.'tbe salary of Chairman Shoot great hardship on amanuenses and
although President Roosevelt declared clerks. The Ocala Banner butted in and I road in Florida all these ,years to pay :tiently some things of which I ltld i contests. Only a. shon n. j

: he was, cheap at the price-. J3U.OOO a But at.no time were- printers and "As a soft answer turneth away one cent per mile more for traveling a right complain rather than f'relt t ago he was gomg to revise the tarli p

: yean typewriters more in demand. Nearly wrath." so a plain answer" ought to than any other road in Florida c'argre* j division and dissensions auian? the;!hat his friends called him off 'Vb

very printing office in United Statrs silence suspicion and compel argument when that temporary injunction might : friends of tiiis bill I 1 itnat grf'it voice was nlU'! ? the : 1,

. Democrats are getlng together un' the has: need of more printers than they can to be met with argument. have been dissolved by further'action ;I Ion Let me tell the Senator from Montana -:'uith a demand for tariff !.t'\'ishm

gii-xl old principles laid dmvri by Jefferson employ. The demand is greater than The following answer of the Flor- the part of the commission? j further. that in the Bummer of denly it sank into the Kof .ntt'1lt"5S'Utn@ i ,

and are united on the Jackson the supply. The sewing machine has ida News bureau to The Pen:a-oIa The Democrat does not mean to Intimate I t I 1&04 before tbe president had 5>j".>ken 1! : a w'hispei. Nt v hgoing ,"

and Tilden war cries of "retrenchmentan.i milled to the employment ,of women Journal tells why it was created whois for a moment that the commission
: rci'rnitnd; "turn the ras-cal and the is without a good and tuffi- j .. his
has
typewriter added sf't.'retal"Join
to woman's payingj for its continuance and repytt. a [I and it %'as announced tat U>TJJ
.: out": usefulness and has cient reason for .its action. or rather,tl i letter addressed to him by the "
f t enlarged her that "what it dots is done in theopen. pu1olieation i would be convened in tl..rdtJi,

_1 .' sphere of activity.Ti I ." l na'tion.in this matter. but the pub- kn v\-n a. "tYeigrht," said to the'kion! t' deal with it: hut Ls f..

: T republicans of Oregon hate Delected t stnte t>r a more stubborn fightis I This, it Sferus to us. ought to silence lie is not advised of it and it is proptr f r editor of that paper that President:hPArlf" n'SCntled with tht prQ5h1i

their fanuidates 6>r congress: being made against the railroad to seek for information a! the prevailing -i Roosevelt m his letter or < .
: criticism along this line. A good I "pe c o ;prayed with him a little nVJe s.( ;

cud are' irvsting that the indictment in this country than was nia.il- against I plan is to meet argument with argument condition touches the 111It'kt't !acceptance would speak out on tha I|jrol"as issued for an extraordis,,'

t_ of those they elected to the present:: the "public diligences' in England In and not lug in irrelevant mat- nerve and makes a material difference !1 railroad question, and speak in a manner !session of congress, he waited untl ft

f coqres xyilj be uvei looked bj the vo- the seventeenth ,'fDturYe cannot i ters. What matters it whetLer John in cash in the price of travel over the I. entirely satisfactory to that editq, !r*>?>ir pe*=ion and tivp nwaths

ters. e lose our eyes to the fact as Macau- I II I Smith or Bill Jones is the author ol ran L. and N. as compared with other!And yet, sir. the senator can search j: that has elapsed and Still DO

4- lay says that.'thv. inventions. which : article if the article itself is fair, roads in the state. The discrimination in vain both the letter of acct tance j tion. eglJ'

:: The southern cotton planters- entirety abridge distance, have done most for 'decent and pertinent to the issue? If'is apparently unjust, and without an',and the speech of acceptance for a i! If the president v>vr Tb >' .'

unprotected 'by the tariff, are the civilization of our S11'ie Every the goVernor has bright on his side and I adequate explanation the people 'night 1 -- -- .--- jute which the senator from }'
quite prosperous and are organizing to Improvement of the reasonably conclude that it was due i
means of 100'ulndtlon 'I is the
. repository of all the fact, itseems 1 would have us believe hilt you i
protect tlienisehes: from the protectednvmoiNtlists. benefits mankind to a want of vigor in'"the commission i !
morally and in- [ to
that
us he -"uld be glad of ; a.t he would have il. au He
How do the republican t elitetuaUy. even more than materi the In not pushing its case and exhaust-i
opportunity to answer what the LITTLE have summoned these reput
-
stand-palters explain this H''UI'I.eritr all '. They n--n only facilitate the interchange opponents of his drainage scheme ing its legal remedies A te-aporury i BABTSs an leaders from the house and Ienate

of the unprotected? of the various injunction is merely a starter in liti-
productions have to (
.t say s?<> as to have the pleasureof !I to a conference and he wO .
V ,- but have largelyicontributed gat.'. Out in Texas the railroads :
towards filling them with confusion anti ; have said to them "Gentlemen I
putting :
; Tne 1'niU-d States ul.relOUtt has the erasure of sectionalism and tried the same game but the Texas'
prejudices them-
endorsed the democratic ti flight. AWFULHUMOR R RI RThin t!not talking to you now as ;pre
convention
arising therefrom. We know comm ssl stayed with them, with the : '
the 'of ta.TDnI
V that the railroads must themselves following "plain answer" ; the United States: I am
amllne -
These indentions-, the same as the of result that the rate is three cents a ;
: to the Mr. Cimate, head of the bureau ttou; l alive sumoinned these"e' ".
transportation business ,
alphabet and the mile on railroad in that st.ite. '
printing have every
press will .
and not hf interested in coal be read with interest: we can... I wunt t'l tell! VItU that Ito hSPl ,
V miningor added to the comforts Why- not here? Live Oak Democrat j
and conveniences
; the' selling of any commodity. therefore give it publication in our t i Skin Formed Over Body and know that unless you pass a
of the human
race and have **
enlarged columns.
the capacities and conceptions To which The Cold May Wave. Under it Was Watery Blood- bill the president of the rn'twli s
The republli-an proposition the Pensacola intends to veto it. Taex would h.
city of Omaha has Reports come from all sections of'
, [of our people and have made lif? [Journal makes the When Washed it Would Burst de
following
given the G. O. P. the grand bounce -worth living." reply: : the south telling of the immense damage > passed a bill fulfilling in some '

V V by electing a full set of democratic We inveigh against the "Aye that is the same propositionlaid done by the cold wave of the past and Break-Suffered for Weeks- I I t I he rta nable espectains- ofipeople j

V : officials. This indicates that even Nebraska railroads, down by the defenders of corrupt few day Heavy frosts in northern If congress had failed to do tfl! J

republicans are bound to have though an army with muskets could. politics in 1i+6, 19(10. and 19/H./ What Alabama and Tennessee ruined vast Now Sound and Well- l land he had vetoed the bill they pas*!?
not force u* back to the '
ox
cart. due *
it
: retrenchment and reform which their smatter who supplied Mark acreages of crops and they will have I and then convened them in ertrMTS

: V own party will not furnish The National City Bank of New Hanna with the money if the "arguments" to ,be replanted.. Eighty per cent of CURED IN ONE WEEK nary session to pass a food 006- &*
York he produced with it were log- BY would have written his name vitfi 8
,. -Rockefeller-highly approves of the cotton crop in North Carolina was .
The estimates for the Panama canal the interposition of Secretary Shaw ical and proper,? What if the insu- killed, and farmers are telegraphing to CUTICURA REMEDIES"When :names of Jefferson and Jackson

for the next fiscal year will require with the treasury gold to facilitate the rance companies and the national more southern points 'for seed with : ;Lincoln among his illustrious P1esors.

- an 'appropriation of J26.34S.2S1.40. banking process of drawing gold from banks and the railroads and the mon- which to replant. The thermometer in : I ,!.e '

. This is on the basis of u lock canal, abroad A$ that favored corporation led interests generally did contributeto north Georgia registered 36 degrees on my little girl baby was one Bat he did not deal with the J
t for our the campaign fund of the republican we k'old she had a frkiii disea.'C. A and let us
procrastinating republican according to its own statement "se- Thursday morning, and the peach crop i : tion in that firm way.
congress has party for the past ten years if thin skin formed over her body and I ) talk in the senate
arrived jn
at no dwLsionon cured a total of some twenty-four in various. parts of the state is almost more
' V wnat that part "s' "argument" was what it I under it was watery Hood, and when i Ithrtfujfhout about thi
type oXanal millions the
shall be without country
con having to pay interest totally destroyed, The weather bureau she
. 'it V shpuld be?" was washed it would burst and
trutcd.. during transit. it is no wonder Atlanta reports the coldest :May: 10th break. She was in that condition fox man.He is vlay. and very coday.
It
j
seems to it
us makes dif 1faJ
V that the republican favoritism is app a vast in the history of. that station. weeks, and I tried everything 1 could .-C-mgret-sional Record. 4
: Hon. 'Jtrtm Williams, the democratic ference. The insurance companies for I
ru\t'\1. II think of, but nothing did her any good. -

.: leader of the house of representatives V instance were Using "other people's "It is .absurd for a city to ili.rll't I When she was three months old I took The Reformer. :.

i-* very 'properly money" without their consent, and the her to San Antonio to I ,
compelling
President Roosevelt evidently thinks of its garbage by dunuring it in some 1 see a doctor but -

&V the republicans to keep a quorum asa the denvxrats will. elect & majorityof money so ued was not,for the purpose neglected spot where it is not only an the doctor we wanted to see was not !I We knew a newspa.-.a.r maawho

V club to force them to agree oa the the next |of establishing news bureaus and offering offence the ; at home so my sister pave me a cake of started out to reform the .ii
ttJ
congress, for he is said I senses but an actual I
i Cuticura
*tateho0 bill legitimate Soap and half a box of Cutl-
to admit Oklahoma, and to hae arguments, but on ( trimmed the uaI
decided to call to health. world: finally he
a menace This method
special of dir-
session i Ointment i ,..
Indian the iI cura and told '
Territory" contrary, used me to use
and allow were for other and I ndtivoA
Arizona I
after the 4th of taking down to his own
and Xew of March.VfOr the entirely posing garbage belongs to the dark them which I did in time. I oed
Mexico different
: !. of to vote on the quest urp.e of revising the tariff. He is purposes. Xu man ages. and no modern city of any size '!t* them three times,and the humor began "I vainly Mrusrjrting 'with tlv wti"*
j ID joint corrupted
statehood.U by pertinent fair
a and sjwa
knows as well a* anyone that is the in the country scatters filth and llis-! to fade and in one week she was sound |I H mfc time. he eonvu.lt-.i -:- L.\n

reputyKanihouM again haa ma- intelligent .argument.But ease over its surface in this way. I>js, 1 and well and it has never returned > a large enough fteltl he "

- my "rt>fise s-uar people to know jority1 of congress it would! be useless in 'the case of llr. CUoate he cats aM rrxj.nts are attracted to the I sin sat rode 'am ha* tells who it is that is paying for the the Cuticura Remedies in a -1
gone into the house. if
"tfntnt ;to call a special sesion. for the stand. dump by the food supply. They i the state failed to digest
:'' ". >ufa.-t HnK establishment of his gnj i Yours Mrs.
II.
In bureau truly
and what Aaron
Arizona
U> rott'd patters Benton Reali11
would from
be in controL that pfeae inte the home* of the I' soured on it's stomach
ttmf frw B the c nent .mbine. and he is doing is done in the onr n. Texas, July 3, 19O'WEENNG he sed ,
people of the city and carry the germs "charity begins at home"
tUmm$ wt hundreds of A It were just as pertinent to a- k who i ; and vnl!!
barrel Scholarly Effort. of dipththeria. scarlet and other fever energies on the county
2 dally :t M far is paying Governor Browar 's -, '
below the [ The expends that his
.:V -rrl< AM yet market Ocala Banner publishes a full: in .his canvass for his and in that way keep those dis- ECZEMA rave that up. eoocteding :',.
congres. drainage scheme. :
refuses to re- I report of the speeches made by 1U n- t"a."t-i prevalent. This has been u>ivn would engage hit cnto ai
vIe the tariff He is going from going J "1
the tax place to place discussing have used the Cuticura Remedies
on cement be road "n' St e
Commissioner R. Hudson Burr V for years and it is time it tion as an vbject of reform
was I i
inn .fr per it, and it costs for some The
, cent Cuticura
S and something to V years pa&t.
V
even wfu to and Editor to
g
Frank Harris in stopped. i turned that started him
thtir up
tat. tax to the joint ride on railroad and top at first it Soap we are never without and the ;
tbj suffering peopleV discussion at Ocala a few t and he thought long and *eri0
.
< r San rane iCo. nights is class hotel Who is footing the bills? Ointment is the finest; in the 'World. ing.
The Tr.liune wishes to congratulate The draining of the Kissing is evidently becoming an {i It has done wonders in curing my little The result was he yanked off big :

,Postmaster General Editor Harris on the very scholarly individual eergUdes is not important part of the political game, j girl of weeping eczema. Respectfully, rolled up his sleeves and started to
an
iVrtelyou told address which he scheme of his and it is for two of the most eminent ilrs. J. E. Mersdorff 310 W. still hard a t
the senate committee on postoffioes delivered. It was t'oquent not to be supposed that he is oscula-. I 3rd St., I!form himself. he's iLl
and post ruad that persuasive and unanswerable. this paying tors Hobson of Alabama. and Hod.of I Maditon, Ind., June 27, 190.5." ;Eye Witness.
the of
out his I
department money
Oli'n pockets. It I .
and Kansas ,
bad revealed the have received '
ability nominations
: not of this dis i [ '
recommended the granting o( is as pertinent to ask. who is doing it? :
railroad tinguished member of the from their resistive parties. But there Board of Trade Meeting.
Jctlon mail had sub8My- but that. "no press. -KU'rUta The Ocala Banner is different from is a vast difference between the Hob- :| SLEEP FOR BABIESRest i 1

OOen raised again it" Editor other newspapers. Most newspapers The board of trade will hold aJ.
Harri Is i.son. or democratic for !
Cortelyou qualified to credt- brand, and the mothers instant relief and
evidently make it
: beliefs a rule to
It g ltd ably publish no article iHoch. ins Friday night at the cityrooms .
,z X-oucy not toP OSe the represent tw.ate of rlori'Jji in I unless it is or republican grade. In the case refreshing sleep for skin-tortured
,'theIr Kl"dft. he railroads innr almost any capacity and t-4 Tribune of the accompanied by the name of Hobson many women teem anxious babies, in warm baths with Cuticura and all members are reitU ;,
msht not find uoorftorattona as it has writer, as a matter of' good Soap and gentle of tbe eV'
V f3iy .Q. frequently- stattd before tf be .kissed while in the Latest anointings with Cuti- to be present. Part '
ollt faith. The reported -
t'8.nJa.fgn funds frolU: would be leasl Ocala Banner holds that if cura Ointment the great Skin Cure be devoted to making arrangemell.-
: to attempt of
see hi Hoch.
:n the although he | JA-
V % V for the next national the highest occupy : matter Itself is important and and purest of emollients. of the '
for the entertainment
-offi I is
election.V ia the gift governor of Kansas, the lady j I
one in the
worthy of Sold wee"
publication that tteoeghoui the worii ,
.
the Ctrtkura Po
people. 2ic, which
same OirtBwm I
Tampa p.
Editorial Association
Tribune. case ,at,
repulsed him. Saoirait,
of the That should settle : ioe. tin lurin of C&K.IICCoiad
.'%_ writer is of small consequence. PiO*. 23c. per rtd of 8). Potter Drug A Cton. here the tatter of the n1'l ntll, :
HfJCq'. case with the voters. | So!!Prop*,Bo**,MM* Corp"tl j' part
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''r'FEDERAL'' JUDGES TO BE government has stood!! a long: and revere I :THE TURPENTINE MARKET. POINT AT ISSUE IN THE RATE -IG THING FOR. WEST PALM .

HITJCISED IN, CONGRESS? test. It Is not going to pieces be CONTROVERSY. BEACH. LETTERS -

,- cause Mr, Tillman or any other free- .Continue* To Show Strengt on.i -
: In the senate Advertised, Unclaimed May 14 .
1906-
::-TiI1man'h -
spoken statesman
open his mind to i sumers Buying Only Sparingly. The James E. Ingraham third vice presIdent '
-
controversy over rate legislation '
k. 'In Wch! he enlarged uponeged the country and expresses his disapproval Ocala, Florida. ;
delinquencies of certain of a few Judges! or other public It is almost marvelous the way In -the senate hinges entirely on of the Florida East Coast railway -

of the federal Judiciary, officials. There Is the constitutional question whether has given out the informationthat ,, '
KI-S no divinity which spirits turpentine is sustained. The Malos. ;, :: '
attracted widespread: attention. doth hedge about any public servantIn has to after due consideration, the FlorIda S -
present week found the same strong congress power pass a law conferring 1. Baker, Aug.. '- _
lot the senators of his own polltiLith the United States Free speech Is East: Coast railway, the Boston 2. Boardman, F. N. ,,. /,-
Bacon, of Georgia. coned demand. everything offering being upon the Interstate commerce
Mr a corrective In
many ways. The "rad and Florida Land Company the CoastLine 3. Brooks, Willie. : ...;,;
| It on the ground that It la ical forces" which Mr. Bacon regards gobbled Uiat prices that are, undoubtedly commission the right to fix the rates '
Blue
f
Lund 'to hold up to public above what either factors Canal and Transportation com W. H. .
policy as dangerous would become far more for interstate transportation, and at 5. Douglass, A. W. -
I shortcomings of the Judlci- of or buyers expected -for the second pany. and the Model Land Company '< ,
the a peril If our statesmen were not the time to 6.
month of the same deny to the courts Green G. D.
iiind that condemnation of judges. free to speak their minds about any season. had decided to join in the reclamationof 7. Harvey Clark. ""
L strengthen the hands of the Almost & month and a ;iialf of the the right of issuing temporary Injunctions .
to official of the government it was five to eight thousand 'acres of the S. Jackson. Tom. '.
|d forces In this republic :Mr. their" practice to conceal the new year have gone by and It seems against!: the enforcement of ., -
short-
fertile 9. Jackson
Otis.
Impossible the overflowed lands west of the t
conservative, took to get prices down to
Texas, a such
comings of rates. Senators LaFollette
tof public servants or to exaggerate Bailey, ,
10. J. E. .
Lions to the opinions of Mr. Ba- their YIrtu 63 cents. As soon as the market eases city, and not only this but to buildan Geiger :' ;_ -
L Such a policy Carmack and others support the affirmative -
11. Johnson A- L.
I .
off & little and there Is the slightest
lja a fpeoeh of singular grace, as would deceive no one, and it would automobile! and 'Wagon road severa' 12. :
signs of an ac It Is takenat and Senators Foraker, Knox, Joyner Robt. .
[ as forcei not strengthen, our institutions. There accumulation miles in length, making accessible the 13. .- '
lesson tobe drawn from Mr j I If wlll be no serious 63 1cents or better. One of the Lodge, Aldrich and others the nega- new territory. Kennedy, M. J. .
i danger to this re- .
I f 11. Lowery : R.
La's frank discussion* ,of the jutff public so long as the acts of public largest buyers has been in the mar- he side of this question. The Bailey Work will be commenced at once, a4. S .
15.
: 'ket for some time and the McIntosh, F. B.
past. smaller
it obvious. No man should be officials are done in broad daylIght, amendment to the Hepburn 'bill expresses and between now and the first of next 16. Mclntyre. Fred. .
hl'ha.d : .
to the bench who 18 notIfled .and buyers to hustle at times January It will be ,
Hated so long as our official claises including the views completed at a cost .
I to get supplies to meet the calls from of the "limited re- 17. McDonald A. N. ,
toy Integrity, Judgment and I of about $30,000.
Judges are drawn from the -
their customers. Practically nothinghis I Islonists.," and the Foraker bill thoseof 18. McDuffy F. D. :
.
duties
the of
[jag to discharge a.late best types of American citizens.-Tallahassee I I No Cost to County. .
19.
and exalted position It thin I j1hra.VII Capital yfet been; shipped abroad to meet the "broad revisionists :The acceptance Not a cent for this vast Improvement Miller George.
j any future trade requirements there. 20. Moton, Jackson., j
.... been the standard the --- 'of-the Bailey amendment and will the people of Dade county .
and some heavy buying is looked for %1. Parker Rufus; f
eenator would haieI FROM FERTILE FLORIDA.
be called
Carolina upon to pay, and In carryingon
the of
the
I later to meet rejection "broad court re- 22. Pope, Joe. \ ::
on European wants.
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for
of commendation: only judgesof the great work and building up -
American consumers have been loth to vIew" have the ,same basis which is, 23. Robinson, George B. ',
for What
bitter censure some They Are Doing in the Land of the city of West Palm Beach the Flor .
bets of the federal Judiciary. It the Grapefruit and Pine. pay the prices that have prevailed that the fifth amendment of the con- Ida East Coast railway will continue 24. Slade, W 5. _:fi;:., t

11 .to impossible' for him from their purchases have been in a small titution fixes the limit, beyond which the policy it has always followed.A 25. Simmons. A. J. : _.. >,

,at in the senate to arraign Judge Potato prices -Hastings are hold.. way. just enough to go round and meet congress cannot go hi fixing rates at canal will be cut from the sub- .26..., Eylltte, Willie. ,--0-i'' ;
Judge for acts which he declared ing up welL requirements that could not be longer the point where the rates establishedby merged lands emptying into Lake I. Williams: J. F. .:,::-; ;;

fto be in keeping! with the dignitylice Last season Orlando shipped out SSI I delayed so they can be relied on to the commission would amount to Worth at a point some five miles southof 28. Warren S. }} S

sense of 'honor which charac- carloads of oranges. be pretty regular customers right "taking private property for publicuse the city and along the side of this 29. Warren S. :.fi';

e the,best types of men who wearerniine. The average yield of potatoes at along. The present spell of cool weath without just compensation;" and great canal win be built a county road 30. Williams Jack. "''. .

[ That Mr. Tillman was Hastings is 40 barrt-Is per acre. something unusual at this time of that if inferior courts had jurisdictionto some twenty-five feet "wide which will Females. ..

Bed speaking with such great Florida wants compulsory methods the year-lasting now for nearly a set aside such rates temporarily by "be shelled and completed. 1. Balllt. Mrs. Julia, J. ,

or about the shortcomings ofJ.J3 for stamping out the white fly. week with nights very chilly, will tendto forbidding their enforcement prior to Dykes and Roadway. 2. Bispham, Mrs. J.. S. "

a question upon which: there West Jupiter. ha.s about clooicout huld back production. Altogether the final hearing and determination These
1d "be little difference of opinion. its tomato crop for this season.: the Immediate future looks very rose the case by means of preliminary injunctions Palm Beach Sun, propose to commence 4. Brown, Minervy. '

members of the judiciary of the About 6,000 crates of tomatoes go ate. If the producers can only get the railroads would abuse the construction of a system of dykeson 5. Bruner Lusey. S 5 .5

led Slates are nomlnated: by the north through Jacksonville dally.VV. enough labor and hold it to keep up the right of litigation. and the public : Clear lake about a mile south of 6. Bullock. Jean.

ident.and confirmed by the sen- .- C. Clyatt of Terra Cela. refused their farm work they will doubtlessfind would suffer from their extortions; Vest Palm Beach running westward 7. Colens, Seleay.

SInce the nominations of judges $00 for an acre of tomatoes recently. this one of the most remunerativeyears whereas.' if the inferior courts were form three to five miles, thence eastward 8. Daniel Lue. :

-onflrroed by the senate, it Is con One shipment of 15 carloads of celery they have ever had. Receipts to denied the right to Issue such injunctions as far as necessary. On this dyke 9. Edwards, Rosa J. 0-

1 that the character and ability was mad from Sanford last Sun- Savannah are expected to increase the people would be protected wUJbe built the best roadway inDade 10. Greeneen. Mrs. Merlishla.- ,_ :'-,_A-.

e nominees ought to be subjected day. right along this season, due to deflection -I and the railroads would still enjoy all county, which will be put in condition 11. Kelly, Amby. -f'--.,
the senate in R. R. Sr. of stuff here from other ports the to which entitled 12. Kelly, Mrs. H L. -T'\ .
arching scrutiny by Bevllle. has shipped 30C: rights they are for automobiles or any kind of .' >, '. f
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fexecutlve sessions but that after crates of tomatoes from Terra Cela producers preferring, in many instances under the constitution. That they: raffle, and as soon as completed the 13. McRae Mrs. Beaulah. : .i ,

[nominations is confirmed and the island. to ship to this market rather than would then insist upon the speediest roads will be formally turned over to 14. Mack Mrs.' Sarah. ;:,-r' .:'_1:4

ad? enters upon his duties crit- Tomatoes are the most talked of elsewhere, the active competition here possible disposition of thecase; where- he county. 15. Miller Minnioleh. ". 0_, '_Y -

.5 should cease. unless there be thing in .)yntori. They are moving in with nearly! a dozen buyers Is the al'. If they could sue out injunctions It is not the purpose of the companyto 16. Myser, Carrie. : :.. ,:,;

ent by the house.-Mr.' Till- carlots daily.A field, insuring: the best possible results. before inferior Court.-, they would place lower the water in Clear lake, this 17. Altlame, Liner ', :; ;. ;- S S

'botd4 that if judges are public conservative estimate of the pine Savannah Naval Stores Review. I every conceivable obstacle in the way "ast body being preserved for the ben- 18. Owens, Mrs. RachaeL1 :-'i7j:'o'

als they are no more immune crop to come from the Key is about (,f a final decision and defy the law fit,of the city, but the ,waters of the 19. Roberson Mrs. John. :- r> .
WHAT REV. J. B. LEY DID. ;
20. Shaw Lizzie. :
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co.TT.nent upon their official acts 73,000 crates. under the shelter of an injunction procured ugmerged: district will be lowered '_ :''
I 21. Sandford : '',
Mrs 'Sarah. '
: sire senators or representatives or The orange groveson Shingle creek, Sunday was a rea letter day in the from some judge who had been from two to three feet, or as'much aswill -- .

prtl.lidl'nt of the United States. If, tof I which there are quite a number, are history of the First Methodist Church. appointed to office through the influnce be necessary to reclaim the sevral 21* Tompkins, Lylie. ,\"-, ,

lie past the president and the sen- ;Jail looking fine. The singing: and music were attractive of "railroad senators." thousand= acres of land. 3. Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth. '

had displayed wiser judgment and i J. R. Davis shipped fro-n Bartow on'May and of a high order, consisting oforchestral The Bailey amendment i.s necesasryso Good for Settlers. GEO. C. CRO I. P. M. ,

been more exacting in regard to 2! the first car of tomatoes froip selections, anthems and a;' far as it would tend to prevent an The lands in th'e proposed drainage OcaiaFla. -

qualifications of men nominated to ;jthtr west: coast to Boston. magnificent solo by Mrs. McGregor abuse of judicial power by Inferior district, are said to be the most fer-

Judges there would be fewer : The last orange crop of the state .Nesbit. courts in the manner indicated: the tile in all Florida and the land companies '

.ges against the federal l judiciary. .!'was about 2.400,0f'0' bo\e, but next The s-ennon. preached by the pastor, ,original Hepburn bill having failed to ask the co-operation of the 1kauni'sonDIT1owD:

IV years ago a man was nominated *easonV, will probably be nearer 4.tmO' Rev. John B. Ley, wa based on the Incorporate such a precautionarymeasure. people of West Palm Beach in inducing I 10

a federal judge in New York. An ot'O.' S Palml. inquiry of gratitude, Psalm Under the original bill, the settlers to locate here For imme-

led late protest was tiled by the Bar "Theie must be gold in Florida cvv'L' 12; "What hall I render unto '"broad eourt review" would probably miate use. and as an Inducement to w

.I'latlon of the state of New York.as sands, as it produces the fine.-t citrus !jthe ,Lord f If all His benefits to me?" prevail and the railroad might use the ettlers, it is* the plan of the companies S

alleged that he was an active fruits in the world, says a Florida J At UKdo:
uclan, and that his appointment exchange.The 'was an earnest, passionate appeal for shippers and evadethe law. The Hep market, in reasonably large parcels, CURE ro* ..5'ITBYThZCOW

;ld -objectionable to every law- first shipment of Red Spanish loyjt'!, !">rtl response to the soul's in- burn bill, with the Bailey amendment one thousand acres of these lands at SALT-SICK R
M OkITUMflttNWTBT l
mho practiced In the court over pineapples consisting of 275 dates tellist-nt recognition of Gud's providence added would be, in fact, as well as In $:20 per acre, which inducement mustnecessarily :
ih he would preside. Still his nom- j came to 'Miami from .Elliott Key remedial labut without OF rufcv runs 'W TO Bt ME&5T airui n n*
blast I and His goodness Mr. Ley name: a. cause the early starting of MARKET FOR DISEASE U STOCK Of AIL N.NDS S
ion n as confirm The New York week. S .stated that he had asked the privilegeof such amendment it would be almost cultivation of the land which will AES10RfS*Ai'I'TIT NlD I\fAIJII NlIIIAIIfS TIIfII WANOCOj5us
TILGMMANSISJ(0TAFOOD lIlT' wscw STOW nICIk >
itor desired him to have the j jre The_ first shipment of pineapples taking collection to pay fur the sure to prove abortive. make this the best trucking and frail ( LIvE IT i TRIAL,, .SAvt YOUR& 'KM5. -

Wp on the ground of past use-i from Delray for this season netted the pipe organ which had been _ordered section in all Florida. PRICE' 25 CENTS APAtna .5
SkU8AUft l'tll1 CbGGSTS MANUFACTURO flV
iesa Jo their party. ,Appointments : grower. J. S. Sundy, $3.&1) a crate in and W8a expected to arrive in a few THE GROWTH OF THE WOMAN The commencing of this great work .

le for such reasons are' indeft-nsl-.1'' Jacksonville. weeks, and that for this, for its installation = SUFFRAGE IDEA. will immediately have a ,stimulating AuA&SmTw:

.They rob the office of judge of Chase> & 'Cn. will shipping
open and a few minor details of expense effect upon lines of business in this
.Hsnhjr I and of the sacredness which I quarters at Jensen and Delray, and expect for repairs, he wanted $4.000 One needs only to read the resolutions section of the county, and the liberal

tit toattach to (Jt So long as fit- to handle the bulk. of the crop from his congregation, though his recently sent out by the Indu- policy of the Florida East Coast railway -

In' every way is not the chief J from these points, plancalled for Ut OO, and possibly tral advL:ory committee of the general and its associates will .be appreciated -

'iG<'aJlon :appointment to the I It is only a question of, time when $3.f: >00. He wanted offerings based on federation of Women's Clubs to by all classes. B --.5

ral. Judiciary. plain-spoken seria- the east coast will grow 'eaches ex, a grateful recognition of God's love prove that a belief .in the advisablity

like 'llr. Tillman will probably I tensively., as- the landf"':[i" especially shown In supplying our physical of granting the ballot to women is Hasty Marriages.The S

occasion tu criticise juigt"who adapted to the peach. '0 wants, healIng our infirmities, pardon- I rapidly gaining ground.

i b )If'the proper standard of effiley All the pineapples both from the Ing our. !Mn>. : The general federation is composedof following comes from Paris and SEEDS

and usefulness keys and on ,the mainland Is said in Then begun a most remarkable collection '. organizations of women working emphasizes the danger of girls marry- Represent tbe survival of the fittest W.

i objecting to Mr. T4 lm3Jl'8 con- be of a very high grade in size and remarkable for its liberalityand along all different line of human ac- trig strangers: in haste; Iur become tiie Uzgnt n (!a booae in uw _

,04tfOIllf certain judges, Mr. Ea- (quality and will carry well its enthusiasm. This can easily be .tiviey in 'which women are engaged, .I A distinguished burglar who was world because. Do y-w our wi$Heft h to Brow are better the mo tbaothers. .tMantlfal

oforgia. advocated a ,policy. oface1 The Dommerick .orangr grove, near understood when it is stated that and the fact that they are (coming to about to marry the 'pretty daughter: <>t tablet T flo ns and the fines tfge-. -
FUntUiebestteeds-Ferry'*
: f .. tn' such delicate mattt"rif so Orlando netted its owner $3,000 on the within jast twenty minutes, it was realize the necessity of the ballot in a stockbroker's eler.; was ar-vsred at 1M' Seed Auul frw to an

tithe people may not have reason 8.O('(' boxes shipped. announced that $4, OO of the total order to accomplish the greatest good a feast preceding the welding yesterday applicant -

*ugp ot tha! the judiciary 1s not Mims claims to have the best or- amount (If $4.300 desired had been shows most conclusively that women owing to the diligent inquiries; oi D. M. FIRRY & CO.

It fhould! be. "1 consider it." saidBaon1' ange and vegetable d in the state pledged. Vs a> good many of his members ,want the ballot as soon as they begin the bride-elect's cousin. who was himself Detroit, Mich.professional.. :

Bthfr-h5she.st. duty of the as can readily:, be/ seen by' Inspectingthe wcrtnot present it Is safe to predict to think outside their' owh home, in love with her.

=ute tw R* act and ?Kaknot only orange groves and gardens.Beans" the balance will be easily and Immediately and that the movement is not going Henri Vouvray, theburglar, was a

14 vo(4 sttrring1 up. the, people antI sqmsh arid tomatoes are bo- forthcoming. After this signal backward as some would have us be man of good appearance an! faultless .

:y'tos' their faith' In their lug, shipped in large quantities everyday lieve. The resolution is as follows: ,manners. He became acquainted; with _
govern- manifestation of liberal gi\ingthe - - - - -- ---
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I 'and those called to administer from :Mhtvs, and peaches will soon congregation which wellnieh filled the Whereas, The number of wage-earn Jeanne Davignon by meeting hr-r father -II
R. D Ft'Lt. Kit. L. F. BI.A 1,\. CXr ..
ut.lb our duty to.go jthe'.other be ready for the,market. auditorium. arose and sang "Praise ing women and girls in the United er a cafe and accepting ar. invitation & BLALOCK. :

1mi'; If need be, a'nd' inspire even Florida, \,ill "end to-. the northern God from Whom All Blessings Flow," States Is now more than 5.000,000 andis to visit the Davignon's! houte. FULLER. 5

k xcojvftdence 'than' their individual markets this spring; the 'greatest quantity and were dismissed by a brief invocation rapidly increasing: I The famIly thought him charming. Deiti't-s. .5
rtta may entitle them to." Appar- of eMIr"t'getablE's that it has from the pastor. llr. Ley an- Whereas. "Wage-workers who are he became a regular visitor, an.! it I UierMuMroe a h.mb.it!:> !l41:1.; tXala.t'la. S ;

;5r tb -Georgia senator would' speak ever sent in the history of the state. nounced the reception of seven new disfranchised are at a serious- disadvantage was arranged that he sh.>j5d marry I' K.RIGGS. S -

public officials with the same genes The height of the vegetable shipping members which brings 'his total to in the industrial world. without Jeanne. I II L. ---- 5-- 5

and ,appreciation which the season of, Florida i? now op and an date of more than fifty for the Present the protection and power that the Jeanne's cousin, Gabriel IIn-'fillt.1 ATTORXEY-AT.LAW. .

1, tnaxint prescribes' in the, cases average of some 30 W4o3cars: are year,-Metropolis. ballot gives;" lived with the Davignons. anJ he set (Office ii Gary-Aie Block.) .

t-hoe "ho have passed over to the transferred Jacksonville daily. Whereas The American Federationof to work to find out the ameoMiits of OCALA. Ft-ORIDA- : : ,

tnajority.. The outlook for the coming orange The Law of It. Labor has perceived this and for Henri Vouvray.At : sPENCEX.ATTORNEY.AT.LA: .

i* would put all federal judges crop is unusually favorable in this many years has endorsed the enfranchisement a dinner given yeterdav by the EDWIN _

iht tome' level ot integrity). and state. 'There has .been no frost and A good deal bas been said about the of women as a necesj-ary Davignon's, to celebrate the sigrnrng of W,5 -

rr-without regard for the facts the trees are in unusually good condi clause of exception In many if the step in their industrial advancement:' the marriage contract, Gabriel t-uuden- OCAT.A ?..sFLOl.IDA.* S

famed, the fearless',; the upright policies: on property in San Francisco ..Therefore, This committee, standingin ly appeared with a pile of papers find : ''
f* would J tion.Starke some claiming that it will exempt the policeman. J'. CHA E. -
be ranked wtth- the judge .strawberry growers complain an advisory capacity general
''a -
Jjliad' not proved himself worthy- that the strawberry shipping season many from liability and others taking' federation In aU matters relating to "That man." he said, pointir.ar:: DENTIST, S

fMv!\ confidepce. Tfce, *ta-ndinjc ofOfflclajs .lose ,before, the weather becomes_ th'e ontl"arrie,\'. inrtustrtnl conditions of women and : Vouvrayis an 'Apache." He I? jcmwn OCALA fL -
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'of Inferior'characfer* and warm'to. ,ehouh"-' tWea.sweeten.! the The clause a-* .iI'h\'i>: children urge upon the general and I[to the policeAS the 'Knight *>f the L. StsTilU\i,---- : S. -S

** Would be fixed at the expense fruit This companshall nut bv t'slte' state federations, and women's Clubs IJt'mmy.' and I hold in ny hands letters CA.KLOS '1

** for loss caused directly or indirectly written to ihlm toy his friel!' ,instructing ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
official.of.superior attainments, :Pne-jCTower near Orlando: picked 730:; affiliated with them the duty of endorsing I : .
'** honesty and courage had been boxes of grapefruit from 23: 0 tree* last by invasion insurrection, riot, v.-iv'-l the principle of equal suffrage him how he.was t9' commit Roan .. %!..-..Ii.; ruilding 'I. -

6isb.fcl! to the people's ;satisfac.ThU season afid.-sold: them for $3,000. This war or commotion, or military or I for --women and the .advisability of.several burglaries in this ne'g1:l or-

!I.' would be wrong. It would grove covers only three-fourths of an usurped power or by order of an-, civil : taking such action in H'Curing'itate hood." 11 ISs3 B. SINCLAIR, .

just to the public and to the acre. authority: or for loss; or damage occasioned laws and amending municipal chartersas The bridge-elect fainted, an'} \ ?U-
< .. by or through any \,)."' 100. made effort to .STENOGRAPHER & TYPEWRITER. :
? The people are entitled! 'to' *Sm"pnie"hts >f pirieapples. wilU be should give to the working womenof vray a desperate escape .
* %h earthquake or -hurricane or other overturning the feast table and all, in S and Notary Public. -
judg s' ar their protectors made from the east coast this week the country, the needed protectionof ,
11 corporate encroachments who and June and July will be busy times' eruption convulsion: or disturbance; the his struggles. Ten minutes later he Special attention to out of Town Work

.tbe' Judges. Jf 'theVe be any such',. with the growers and dealer "Conservative or, (unless fire ensues, and. ballot.Jane .\tlam:;. Chairman; wa? marched off to gauL Commercial Bank. Ocala, Fla. '

Q are not zealoua In serving the estimates place the yield at 230; in that event for the damage by tire i ionb" Maud Nathan, f
pie ) by explosion of kind." At the last meeting uf the Rebekahs
and any !
Morton
defending them. As l't''f1.fro to 500 crates per acre. Mary Kehew.
It has not been so generally observed at Yonge's hall the evening! was an .
Paeon's policy of reserved Reports from the e; honeyed that the California code contain an especially pleasant one, owing to the
'O'd J anJ Mr TilIman'st4fld from the outh centraljand wt'st'lMi tare Jean Hamilton,
j
'. Straightforward manner <>f : to the effect that the pineapplecrop enactment on this .ubjet-t which is as Florence Kelley fact that Mrs. C. L. Bittinger. past Education by Mail
4kin follows: grand of the chapter w as' given a most
the American people will is an extremely larg one and a:.1evng boa or.EploymDt&e rei&aid -
-..'tle I >>, Prefer the latter. Mr. T'.a- that the indications are that it will "Excepted Perils.-Where a peril isspecially ,' To. the Trustees of Ocala Christian pleasant surprise. Mr. :M. M. Little in ati.a. CLUzt Ml?spar tune sta&jag at bomat
rand exempted in a contract ofn: i Church.Gentlemen a few well-chosen words: spoke of the B-fcMpu, AnUuaebe, Algebia, Geometry,
aU Hutors:' o( his way of exceed by at, least. 15ft it-r gent the I flnnxur,Eaetonc Sciences,Hatoi7.lAtta.ttc;
kin would .. have interest that :Mrs. Bittfnger has always Jh1I. 'relrlen aided
; ought to inK of last 't-6l.r.. surance a loss which n t I 'I'UI""claly T..p&br S
exert their crop > .. .miuhtlU 1trrs. of CataJorua
they: believe our institulU A premium for the first crate of occurred but for such peril t* thereby; We want:-to denote some L. & M. I shown in the Rebekaasandof her excellent tlM.pIIiIf 1.1. : .. ... .

} b( \1\loerllt't1 Jr frank erRGt standard pocked' Florida ,cantaloupes excelled: although the immediate 1 paint to the crurch whenever they i service to the chapter. He said

publIc officials to defeat theminatIo1 and the first crate of fine peaches hasbeen cause of the lot was ape- U which i paint. S I that -it .gave Wm very great pleasureto : :
citizens was not exix'p1d." I IA The largest Methodist church In present to 'her a beautiful past gran'l f.t.
of ; offered to the farmers and .
aU"unworthr men. I -- -
Georgia to 100
expected ue gallons of .
Q close of th, ** jewel with the best good wishes or Uj
there comparison uclau. }
will be of the state the ConsolidatedFruit
no reason' why Mr. by the usual kind of paint. they only
Unan:! hould denounce judges or Company of Jacksonville. Walter ."es' makes very d.ouhtfulheth- used 3:! gallons:: L. & 3!. mixed with 24: Rebekahs and as a memento of i-!i\'I' THE OCAL0 HOUSE CAfE. : -I

r.thtr officers of the federal gov-, Hawkins manager, the> fruit to be er lowers will br able to recover .kn- gallons linseed: oiL high esteem and regard.'The pin: is a ,.

ent. It there are inefficient or un- auctioned' for the benefit of the 'Frisco ages in cases where tlir 'o:;a; was immediately & It M.cost j iant lets than to paint with anyother a house with paint.L. beautiful one and Mr&jBlttinger;'* is

rIb* ""embers of the federal judi- sufferers.-New York Produce News. from fire but indirectly from because painter mixes linseed oil fresh justly proud of it. and in afew words The dining room i f the ()calu HoU8 .
"the fault lies with the e-arthqWike"--Curier-JI'.itn from the barrel at 60 cents a gallon she heartily thanked the dojwrs.for will I* kept open through the summer. =
the .
president Cafe.
with L. & Mn and doe n'r $1.50 of the evening and known a. the Ocala House
pay the The pleasures
jewel
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,'. flhlnated them'and From carte but a social -
4 the senators Death Appedieitis. I The cafe will be a U !
for Linseed
per gallon Oil done- if
1Anflrmet the decrease in theme ration that the For Sale. as concluded with the serving of, Jjgffee, rate will be mwI" regular # ;
nomination. If ap'wt readYCorusepaint is used. Also be-
4). "wnatorlal use of Dr. King's New Life Pills in Forty acres 'Of fine land near Orange rnus the L. II. Zinc hardens the L. wafers cake etc. ,*,X:. ,-, : boarders b>' the '\\ erk. The usual anti
tr 'Uh courtesy" have, creases. They save you from danger Sl'ringIarl: nco of the O'1'*
"., ready response and unfit, and bring quick and painless release northwest quarter of southwestquar- paint wear likeiron.. While a stomach and/jfcb'nSous attack House dining room will be maintained ..
1Ye elevated ,to resj'onslt1t1OflSp from ("On nation and ills growing'out ter. Section 4. town>hin 12, range 24.! J... & M. paint costs only $L2d! per is decidedly unpleasant it i* and the public is assured of the Nsrtthere .' *
of ot. Strength and vigor always follow See the land and make me an offer. gallon.S 'IuickO"er When ChamberalinSsStomach is for the table. For weekly -
% tllt'E'uJ'.I know where
their! u>*. Guaranteed by all *<*dress D. C. Alexander Shaw, ltl S Liver Tablets are used. rates and further articulars. can on I "\
I)131 te -) by Mrli-er & MaeKay; Oi-ala, and
blame ftor, ,system of druggists. 6 J:ents.' Trythem. m. Mien. -1&.3m Fla. S sole -druggists. m ,r write C. M. W&iwides, Manager ,
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THREE-CENT' PASSENGER. FARC..t|SEMI.ANNL .< I MRS. CLARENCE CAMP GIVES

j OF ONE MILL SCHOOL BEAUTIFUL LUNCHEON FOR
rJ ,Mr. Harris undertake to belittle f MISS ,ANDERSON.

tny efforts as a commisloner' by Intlmatlajj Tallahassee May 10.-Hon. ( i No
Holloway, state superintendent Thursday afternoon, May the tenthat
that I made -promises to the ,

i-c people four years ago which I have capital tock of the railroads II half-after one o'clock. :Mrs. clarence

-. : not carried out,. speaking of.. three 'instruction, makes the I Camp was the hostess at a very, beautiful -
:_ cent passenger rates he and others apportionment of the 'one ralll I luncheon. She received her guests Mrs. Malinda Akers, of Basham, ;
t have stated that the Florida East tax as follows: i \ 'I 1 had what doctors call ;
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/ Iin the tlrawInsroom., and as so.u as prolapse,
; Coast railway and the Seaboard Ai" Amount. for apportionment,. $ j all had arrived they were invited into stand straight. I r had pain in
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: Line railway voluntarily put into operation | the dining hall.
: a three< cent passenger fare, Rate per pupil' a7 cen & I Before the. were seated, Mrs. shoulders, ,and was very irregular
; guests
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and ,that I deserved no credit for theIr ,Average I Camp stated that she had no; told for Doctors said an operation was IcI

:- S having done so; that It I had that attend- whom the luncheon was given as she couldn't bear the thought of the knife.
Counties. ,
; this was a matter that could have ance
been done by legislative enactment. Alachua' . 'H'. ,4,219: $ I wished it to come as a surprise to the ing three bottles of Wine of Cardui, I
. . .. .. friends of the lovely guest of honor
that the couli Baker 712: : I around. Can do
enact Granting such a law, I have legislature this' to say Bradford ,.. .. .. 1,853 ; L : and that by a glance at the table she. now" my housework

-; that In l the session of the legislature Brevard .. .. 57-; I j : was sure that' all could guess the se: splendid health. :

;* .. of 1901, I introduced such a bill, and Calhoun .. ... . 618 ; ; i eret.Irs.. Anderson then gracefully' Cardui is a j
vegetable
: succeeded In Citrus. ... .. .-. ....:370 ( i announced: the. engagement of her pure, ,
I we nouse, out getting me senate passed, coniroaeaby through I ; Play .. ...1. . ... 675 ( daughter Mary Patillo to )Ir. Martin especially adapted to cure women's, (: j
Columbia . .. John Roes their marriage to occurin .
men that received the endorsemen l: '.' ,2,3$7 relieves excessive periodical pains
. ... the early fall. The fair young bride-
of Editor Harris refused, by an overwhelming DeSoto ...; 2,046'
. < elect was overwhelmed with congratulations irregularities, and is' a _
: vote to pass the bill in that: Duval. .. ... ;.. 5,6 iO
body. Gadsden . ... . 2,804 and many pretty toasts were safe, pleasant and re- FREE :
bade .. .... drunk to her and her popular fiance. Write
Nor will the legislature ever paid I: ..u ., .-1,419' liable remedy for I all us a '
The table,, sealing twenty guests, your: symptoms, ana ) !
such a bill while such Editor 3,630 Free ,
men as scarnb1a.-1 sick women In suc- Advice! ? piain
Frank Harris advocates constitute a Franklin ... .., ..... 616 was lavishly decorated and was exceedingly A-idress: Ladies'Ad'; : j
: beautiful In the renter of cessful use for over 70 TheQiattan *anooga. \\ .
majority of that body. Thus it is I Hamilton ., i.f..... 1,395 i Tenp. ;
shown that Mr. Frank Harris is not: Jackson ..... ..... ... 4,169 : the table was a big bowl of sweet peas years. Try it. i -
sincere In what he is writing regard- Jefferson .,,.,. .. r.. ... 3.023 in the pink and white tones, smaller !
.... ... bowls of the same dainty flower being
.
Ing the commlss-Ion.-Ir. Burr's Ocala Layfayette- 721 At Every Drug Store in
I $1.00 j
placed at the two ends of the long
Speech. Hetrdando .... ....... 525
.. ..... and at each end between the
Mr: Burr Is talking through' his hat. Hillsborough 5.297
We have not said that he made Holmes ... .. . 1,294 was a white slipper filled with \
promises lo the people "he has not carried Lee .. .... .. .. .0. IS 537 peas. Hanging low over the ta-
out. because we do not remember Leon ,. .... .. .. ........ 3.426 was an immense heart. fashioned wECARDUCOTTON
.- 'What' promises he made. Levy'?,.. .. ..I. ". 1,360 smilax and sweet peas and hold-
: We repeat, however that the East: Liberty .... . . 425 it in position were ropes of pink
Coast railway voluntarily reduced its I Madison .... .. "... ... 2.863 white hearts which were caught
passenger fare from four to three cents Lake ..... .......... 1,364 > to the chandeliers at each end of
per mile. Manatee ,..... ... 1,231 room. Trailing vines of smilax : ,

: We also say that the Seaboard AirLine Marion .... . .... 4,216 : the central bouquet formed aaceful GINS
and Atlantic:Coast Line rllwaysI I Monroe ... .. . .. ... 994 pffect down, the whole lensth .
could 'have successfully resisted putting Nassau .... . .. 1,383 ;f the table! anti intervals. among FOR SEA ISLAND AND LONG
the three-cent fares into operation St. Lucie.. .. .". . .. 409 : ] flowers were crystal howls o( pink land.: We This are well distributing known Agents for Messrs. Platt Bros. & !
Santa Rose .'.. . white mints moulded in the form gin has been improved as
the same as the Louisville and : 1.648 it easily holds the first rank, which position it has (
Nashville railway has done if they had Sumter .... . .. . 1,121 hearts and sweet peas. tur.v.
been disposed to do so. Suwnnnee . . 2.398 The place cards were heart-shaped, WE CARRY. A LARGE STOCK OF COMPLETE GINS

We were told by an old and honored Taylor .. . .. 819 In sweet pea, on them being Our shop equipped OTHER PARTS.
with
Ocala lawyer that a three-cent fare Volusia ., . . . 2,128 I verses appropriate tf) eathtl.rst. cutting leather accurately and covering special machines rollers. We and
I bill was passed by the legislature of Waukulla .. . 766 Miss .Anderson's card was n lIe take any new or repair work and en furnish presses are
Florida before the civil war. Walton ..,.. . 1,673 f two hearts! welded into one. The equipment. for compile ginneries including! engines and
The legislature is elected by thepoope Washington ..Of ... 1,897 l. I \" of this happy becasinn were offer Write assiatance for special' in gin determining catalog anll-"g't-neral supply \

and by the primary system. Orange . .. :. ... 2,074 I : at the plates, and were dolls Agents for United States and Wi reoji/ements Indies. Importers in "this !
Why should Mr. Burr lose faith in Osceola .. . ... ,784 ('( as brides wJth one doll) dress
the people? Thomas Jefferson never Pasco ..; . '. . S7& l as a groom who was of (course at THE CAMERON & BARKLEY

did, and he claims to be a disciple of Polk .. . .. ... 2,533 Anderson's place. The entire ta Walrus Leather, Dealers and )faautacturers'2'ents Ir ;
Jefferson's. Putnam . i. .. 1,624 : :: was exquisitely, beautiful and the -3'upphes.
St. Johns .T .h.. 1134. I -some!)' dressed and hiimv. u.----!!uiests CHARLESTON .
GAITERVILLE. .- E' this festive occasion one that '

84,113, $ not only always be very happily -
: Oat harvesting Is now engaging the Total amt for aportlonment. .$ : I'ed by the honor guest but : 1
attention of the farmers. The reaper I her friends' as well. C. Smith. .

and binder are doing 'their part of the Bal. in fund not aportioned. .$ ; The menu beautifully served was ,
work which shows that the man who : elaborate one, introducing in near SMITH: & i

I feeds the world is keeping abreast of Graduating Exercises of the I all the courses the color motif of [
I I the times. High School. und white and wherever possible Funeral Directors and Licensed !
Notwithstanding- continuous dry heart conceit was also noticeable I
spell, the corn crop is looking well. The members of the class of the menu. LATEST METHODS. BEST ('D WORK
The succulent and juicy melons are of the Ocala High School have luncheon an orchestra on the Telegraph orders receive prompt attention and '
almost large enough to thump. invitations to their commencement just outside the window, played m short notice. "

Mrs. George Turner and children rcises.. which will be held on : selections which added
t."A
are visiting relatives in Ocala. evening of )fo;>lla)'. May 21st and spirit to the conversation. OIJALA-FURNiTURE(]
Several of' the Gaitervilieites attended '{ln<*k.. at ThA. .Kirst-- R-inli--.r----- (-.).'. before Il'3.vnothe table each !
the Sunday school picnic at: In thu city.L drew from the white slippers Nib"I
Martel last Saturday and report having The following i Is the interesting of the sweet peas, at the end of |
had a nice time,. '" gram that will be rendered (tn' I was found a tiny doll's)) slipper
--. Messrs. C. M. Whitton and Arthur occasion: they were thrown at Miss Ander
McBrass went on: a business trip to Invocation. : as she left the room.

Dunnelkm Tuesday' / iz/ Piano solo, Janet Weathers.! charming brldotobeitS never
"The"\' dance given at .the-re. ;;idericeofMTand ; Oration.. "Our Policy Toward : : than on Thursday. She wore
: Mr&'H. ,A. Ross Friday: night: Philippines" Morris Smith. : gown of pink lowered J. \
was\a. success: In all =of its feature:. Tennyson's "Guinevere," Alice over ping taffeta with trim
:. Everyone: present thought he was',the ard s.:>11.' s of pink law and a 1lnk'elvE't t

exceptional guest' which shows what: Chorus, "Genial Spring." .
plendid( entertainers Mr. 'and .:Mrs. Washington's Farewell .\ Ussnderson is the daughter uf |

Ross are.Mr. James Taylor, and Mrs. R. L. Anderson. and rT- .
F. Johns and Miss Alice Swarf z. Woman's Contribution finishing school two !* -f-
I I to years ago ; i
of Holder In GaKervWe! : / r
: were Friday tion Fay Cribbett. has been one of Ocala's most at-
and. attended the dance Friday night. Piano solo. JesSlelu Martin. i and popular girls, and she
: )Jrs. Bascom Hicks of Levon, ?al:I Class' History and Prophecy, .\ many; friends to wish her every ;
in Galterville last* week the guest of Mathews. :: !ls in the future. : .. 11t'
.. Misses;Cora, and Frankie Ross It Is.. Address, Maj. L. T. Izlar. Camp, the hostess at this beau
I n1'&sto. say that her visitgwasa( L : Presentation of Medal, Mr U I I party, worea.. stunning white
,
.; pleasant one.I' #&&**- 'f ., Duval. very elaborately applied with _
The fish last week .
.. fry. was the firstof Presentation of Diplomas, Mr. B. _
he season. There were plenty offish Weathers. at luncheon were Mrs. Clar-

,.. and plenty of fun. Chorus, "God of the Nations": : I Camp, Miss Mary Anderson. Mrs. I
The quarterly meeting 'here was well diers' Chorus." ; : .\nderson.Irs..,,. X. Camp. Mrs. '
: attended. The presiding elder, Rev. }". ,I Benediction.The : Camp. Mrs. Jack CanllIrs.. {

I R. Bridges, delfverd. some very interacting members of the :: L. Anderson, Mrs. Herbert L.
st>rrD ns. ... class are the folowing: Mrs. E. C. Welsh. Mrs. Wil-
':, The Cedar Grove church is making Fay Cribbett. president II. Powers. Misses Sallie Camp
preparations for a Sunday school picnic Moris Smith, secretary. Barco. Sara Elizabeth Harris, f
the last of the month. All Galter- Annie Mathews. : Izlar, :Mattie Williams. Pauline !
'ville will be there. and will be arrayed Alice Richardson, ] Ethel Robinson, Valeta Pot-
:. : In their best bib and tucker. James Taylor.Roosevelt. : Esther 'Weathers and Eimly: Ford. t

: UNCLE JOE. j. luncheon the FOUR
vnnnpia_ _
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_____________.. ...- and Hughes. their skill as archers nn to decide_ *y< SAILINGS EACH ]i
GRINER FARM GRAINS. '
among them would be the next BETWEEN : ,
Perhaps the only republican in t A large heart was nailed to a
L- Mrs. Willie Mae. of Tory. is visiting York who had strength enough \' in the yard, and Miss Barco came Jacksonville
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Murphy of the people to be elected governor to piercing the heart. and New i

; this place. that state next fall .was Charles Roess. who will wed Miss An '

: Mr. Lum Luffman has moved his Hughes. President Roosevelt ,.. in the fall has been living in Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways. jl
habitat to Oak. wherehe will reside Ike for about four TEE FGTESt 8TIAKSEIPS M !
: to.see Hughes elected years, having Tffi euAt T for, a while however. test he should become : from Oil City Pa He Is'a. grad- ]1

Farmers are nirvening i T50nvpiit presidential peaeitnity In, 180i. I of Cornell University and Is in I THE CLYDE NEW ENGLAND AND I
of oats about Jiere.
Okra is
S getting so he has shelved Hughes by and saw mill business in -
: ready for shipment Strawberries: and h i"n appointed associate counsel in : i city and at Cornell. He la very p aup.BIJIu''l\R J.JrPW
beans are back numbers for this sea with Jacksonville
I c'la.l trust fr.vestlg.adon.' There is everyone and is now re- Boston: and
son. : the 1!
convenient shelf somewhere for very warmeongratulatlons .
: 1rs. Wilson is having fever. We republican in New York who may friends and acquaintances. and all Eastern Points. t \
hope she will soon be out again. !
Culling at
suspected of popularity. Rosevelt I Charleston Both Ways.SEMI .
-- TAWNY MANE.Reductiofi more prudent than he seems to Tallahassee True Democrat. per WEEKLY H'.I.I
lIe! knows how easy it is to slide recalls the fact that Govern- ( IXHJ.

; Graphophone Records' in Pr reduced from
White House;. and he ...
-' 11.00 to 60c and from 50c-to 33c each r republican elected governor of Ne features of his campaign ....-.................... ho: foot cf 1Uerm. {

Phonograph Records: best 25c each. .York this year. will rely upon it exclusively for his Clyde St.
Large s }('k. more coming. Ocala Furniture cause Odell to be nominated and '! and that "there were a num- Johns River :
Co. 12-31-tf real him as. he did .lns'in his t circumstances: which helped him i
.. .)raiity contest last year. t'lededL;o. that the people of Between Jacksonville and 1

., On Wednesday Mrs. \V*. O. Masseyrccelved did not take his drainage S::;|iaafPalatia.Aster, Seresfwd ( CsLatd ) tsd I: I -
WhitfirtJ and. Parkhill seriously .
news of the death o! her are easy .luring'the primary Lu4igs oa St. Johns filter.
-. mother Mrs, Sarah. A. Phillips which ners. : '

T occurred at her home at Dadevilie. '. Steamer City of Jacksonville .
and
:1*. I Ala. }IN. Phillips was ninety years of Mrs. Jim Brown and fittlf are appoiated to Sail M follows: Leave Jacksonville
-- age and was a. very splendid woman. FRECKLES AND former residents of Ocala, ReL'miing. leave Saaford.daily daily e.cept
except Saadays at igo a.
; Jlrs. returned here to
Massey ha. the sympathy of her REMOVED In Ten Days., again make this -
:- tri n.h in her bereavement. home. They have been in Cali. South'Bound
I : for nearly a year Rea4 Do... SCHEDULE
Nadinola ; past and lf _
.For Sale-One pony horse 6 c : I on account of the great earth! --- .
years -
The Mr. Brown prefers Leave 3 50 p. m. ... .. .. -
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old. one Rays ho _
buggy "
and ; -
harness JackSOD\lIle ....
also _._. .
; 30 .. 8.) p. nu .. .... .__
acres of land 5 1miles from the city I ..: Beautifier i every time to California. 3 oo a. ni.,.-..._-_-_-_____.-_._._-..Pallllka ...__._ ....-......._ "
-good Honed fcy Astor _..._..,_....__ :
; well. Cash. Apply to E. L. :-: I Iof is one Arrive.. 8 30 a. D. ---.-.-_ Franc ;____.__.......
Vaughn at Gates Wagon Works grateful IaJ.cs. thing we have always 10 00 01. M.\---_-_-___._.-. S..fortl ._. ..._._._.... "
Magj '
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-: DOHa juaraatecd and strenuously opposed, EDterprisc-- ,_ ..- .....
street Ocala. Fla.. S-91m! to i /
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I all being born
facial dicoloraOM anywhere ex- General
Passenger
Mrs. J ..*k *> and restore at home. This thing of be- and Ticket Office. 122 West irTtT, J '
E. C. Bennett
and little Miss J
: .' Elisabeth f Lcall.ty f youtL. at any'old place is in bad I F. 31. IRONMONCE&. -
; Bennett of Dannellon. ar J''worst cases it twemty 4ay. SO.:. and $ and we are glad thatVoter" W.G.COOP. K..s.... Preiht AIUt.Ass.t Gea'J Pa'>!f. Agent, In Vast Bay SI, "
:. spending a few days with Mr. Foot r. P. LOVEEL
and Mrs..1{ all ed 01 Rogan
W. H. Clarke. '' >t leadiat rug itorea, or ty public attention to it. It AC. R.tGERY. Cell'l t".ast.u Street'Jacksn.jie! FlaCLTOB.
-', I |P\'eJIftf I tgr .NtTWMAt: TQJLCT CO, Paris. T reform.that calls aloud for .poHtfcai THEO G. EGER. V.ce"Pass."President Aft.; Sew' andGeneral'Mana9er York,, JHLKK

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'- E .T' Vs. JEFfERSON.- HUMBLE HEROISM.An CENSUS OF FLORIDA 1905. DeFuniak Springs ., ..,1,230: *..o..l I

'- DunedIn .. . ... ..137
\>. Confiscate; -th. .Property of the Incident of the Flood in the Alabama To the People of Florida: Dunnellon . .. .1.155 lISt.
to- '-| Than River. In .giving to the public the results! Eau Galle *. .. :. ., .,310 172:
eilthyc5 Populism. of the state census taken in 1905 'W I Eustis .. H .. .... ,. 5:9 411

Xeeroes frequently exhibit a wonderful desire to explain that the counties of Estero .. .. ._ '. ..p ..154 .... BALLARDSHOREHOUND
reSIdent's recent 'utterance rtvrbat heroism in times of danger. An Dade. Escambia and Orange are omitted II FernandIna .. .. .. .. 4,9593,21:>
p he 'calls a "progressive7a incident of this I witnessed: in the' from the present list because it Fort Brook ,. .. .w ,. 1.392 1.135
fortunes has created 1886, when a freshet In the Alabama has been impossible to get the completed Fort Myers .. .... .. .1.425 943

_. .large A J tax is a sum of moniii4 ) river caused the country on each side copies of' the work in from the I Fort Ogden .. .. .... ..380 ..

(.dot4 'assessed- ata certain rat.jeryons t.' to be overflowed by water for many enur erator We have hoped and expected I Fort Meade . _. ..322 261.

or property of citizens miles. to be abre to publish that part i Fort Pierce. ,. ,. ..800..,.. ,
'... ?government.( for public 'use The negroes on -the river olantatlons of the census showing the population Fort White _u .. 'h ., ...459600,
didn't propose to levy were the greatest sufferers. Their cabIns of the state by counties and the cities Gainesville .. .. .. .. .5,413 3,633
ident I
'.p r money at a certain rate, but would be under water almost before and towns completed form for several Graceville . ? 613 *... ... ;;
.'. of that no person should take j they knew that danger threatened months, but as the delays continue ;' Green Cove Sprigs .. 1,077 329: SYRUPPERMANENTLY
"(ide or descent more than "a I them. and humhtus o! them were we have concluded to make public Hampton, .. .. .0 ..300 1981

vise_amount" and that the excess sometimes huddled together on some what -we have and publish the delinquent Hawthorne '. .. .. .374 256: :

I a-fortune over that particular knall sufficiently elevated to be above county returns when they are i High Springs: . .. ..1,459 1,326:;

"t Should be taken by the got the water. There they often remainedtwo received. Billiards . ,. .. H ..200 .. CURES
taking of private' or three days and nights without 'The cause of the delay in Escambia; Jacksonville .35,301 28,429
a
Such CONSUMPTION, COUGH. COLDS, BRONCHITIS .
.D.mould not, however be taxi I food, and exposed to a soaking rain. county is already- well known. The Jasper ,; .. .. ..941 993 ASTHMA, SORE THROAT HOARSeNSSSHOOPING
confiscation. Congress could Fortunately the weather was not cold. enumerator of this county has and dej- Jennings . /T ? .388 .. COUGH AND CROUP
but the exercise of the taxing Many relief expeditions were sent serves* the sympathy of every one I In 'Key West: . n .. .20.498 17,114
'In- out from the neighboring towns to rescue his series of misfortunes; first, the DO NOT DELAY
the extent of a man's poi Kissimmee .. .. .. .. 1,530 U32
:Hmlt cannot deprive any man of them. These consisted of one or yellow fever put a stop to his work; Lakeland' . .. .. .3.299 1,180 Until the drain en year system produces permanent disability. The hum*
.. It! right to acquire the size more boats, manned by expert oarsmen then after beginning a gain and getting Lake Butler .. .. .. ,. ..627 431 breathing machinery is a wonderful system of tubes and cells. To have good -
;Unit health it must be kept in good order. A COLD is considered of no impor
and swimmers and filled with well with it, the result of
shall along
he .
the amount Lake City .. 6,509 4,013 *
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tg,estate, or blankets tance yet if it was known by it's proper name of throat Inflammationor. ,
bequeath to this person or that. cooked provisions, etc. One his entire work was destroyed In the Largo .. .. .. .. ..245 *.... .. "confection of the lungs/' its dangerous character would be appre-
.or; said that. he favored day the news! came that -the negr e? big fire in Pensacola necessitating a Ljd wty ** . .. . 245 ... I dated. When a cold mikes its appearance use at once Ballard' Here
-president essive tax on all fortunes (notIncomes : on a certain plantation :had sought start from the beginning; his work1 is Leesburg . .. .. .. .844 .76 hound Syrup which will it.
) beyond a certain : refuge upon a corn barn around which now being copied and made ready 1 to.. Live Oak ..' .. ,. .7,200 1,659' WHOOPING COUGH and COUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW .
to either given in life or be- : the water was rapMly rising, and so return to this office. Maclenny .. H .370 350 LINIMENT applied to the throat and chest fires wonderful relief while
1, death to any Individual' rendering their condition exceedingly In the case of Orange county, the Madison .. . .. ..370 350: Ballard' Horehound Syrup will rapidly stop the violent )troxyeins of ,
1hed upon IT IS THE ONLY COUOH REMEDY THAT WILL
r. nothing of ,Corporations a pr cc1riouS. Tno boat started out t at enumerator had almost completed his Marianna '.. .. .. 1,411 90Mayo + POSITIVELY CURE WHOOPING COUOH AND CROUP.

ramed as to put it out of the once to their assistance.: one of work when he became afflicted witha . .. . 494 *. .. .. .
the owner of those enormous these I ,,went accompanied by another malady that completely incapitatedhim Melborne . .. .260 131: BEST FOR CHILDREN
-'f 4)f ,
( hand over more than a j white man and a negro. Jut before for further work; after investi Milton II .. ? .1,432 1,204 bits Mad AduBtGoldttnrftite.Tex.,writes-..*! have used &11ar4'.
ell to Horehound Syrup and find it the BEST medicine for croup coaglu and
1951 amount to any one individual" dark we lighted the corn barn, upon gation disclosed the true cause of the Montbrooke . .. .. :8-1. '.. colds. My eolUrea use it lad nil pleusat to take and quickly curei" .
: who didn't know what a tax which a mass ot black hum'tnlty clustered delay in this case, we are fortunately Monticello .. . 1,000 1.076 c
:might-man think the president really like a swarm of bees. A heavy able to enlist the services of the Hon.L. Morriston .. ., ., .324. *... ... SAFE AND SURE Three Sizes, 25c 50c SLOe

t to tax great fortunes and ex- rain was now falling and daylight beglnnirg C. Massey: in straightening matters Morse .. . . 272 *. ... Tkt C U4rta'.fartrit Itsuiy If try fettle CuruUt4 ..

small ones. But the whole prop to fade away. Their condition out and through his kind and Moss Bluff . . .235;) *.... Ballard Snow Liniment Co. St. Louis Ho. ;
Ja a mischievous fallacy.tgtesslve A became almost distressing as thy satin valuable aid the work "being completed Mulberry . .. .850 ., .,.. ,
ltiva tax which takes all above perfect silence waiting our approach. rapidly and will soon be in this Xew Smyrna '. . .750 543;

ie.rtaln amount becomes confiscation office. Qcala . . .. .. 4,493 :,::80( SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BALL .
aH above that amount. The Pres" But we did not appreciate their extreme We have been unable to get any report Orange City . . 330:; C63Ormond :
to
i tat'i, 'proposition, then Is to fix asit peril until the boat struck from Dade C'ountas yet; thoughwe . . .. ; 6S9 303::; DRUGGISTS. ,
to private fortunes and y> con- against the frail log building which! ha\e taken up the matter with the Orange Park '. . ,279 243;

te not to tax all of such fortune was in the water to the edges of the senator and representative from that Palatka! ., . . 3,930 3,301:

:'ihat; limit Now, if the federal roof and visibly shook and tottered county, on whose recommendation the Palmetto . . 733 569

wrament, which he was represent The' poor creatures commenced to numerator was appointed and we hopeto Perry . :. . :2,628":: *. . .
,'fYhtl1 he made the proposition.do climb hurriedly' down to the ,boat. have the matter in good shape soon. Plant City. .". .. .' 1.544 720(

do what he suggested, then there "Stop!" I cried. "The women and There were also numerous delays Port Tampa City . 1,049. 1.C67:: J

-ld be no need for taxation at allennld children first. occasioned by the enumerators send Punta Gorda . .. 1,177 860 4 ;
,fix the Jlmlt at, ay. one milt The men obediently resumed their ing in their returns incomplete in Quincy . . ?. .. 1,073:; S47Reddick :
Ua", for the timb! in?, and seats. AVe took in first the children and minor details, such as omissions in . . .. .. .2-16.. . i; I&&w

rip Carnegie Rockefeller rgan. then the women, and were about to properly: filling in ome columns, copying Sarasota .. . . 7J S *. . :
6lff the Vanderbilts. the GouWs andiiTAstora push off,' telling the men we would or in addition. etc., which necessitated Sea Breeze: . . ..03.. . .
t s a preliminary -measure. hurry back for them as quickly as the return of the work to them meads . . .. 284 368St. Bilious ?
hat:uuld enable it to abolish tariff possible .or send the first boat we met. for correction. Augustine .. ... 5,121I.7:? ,
internal revenue taxes postage, when a very: old women (I noticed! #he These are the combined r iCAndas poon as the administration' was the last to get in the buat and the delay in making the results of the Starke . . .i. 1,102 972;' The only sure cure foi

jj spent( the proceeds of the .first had done so reluctantly) :seized: the census public. We regret that all the '., . 3.311 2,981 constipation and Biliousnessthat

f aieral confiscation, the limit cf lri.1]I coiner of the h u?e. and looking anxiously counts du not appear but we haymade Tampa . . 22.823 15,839; is pleasant natural

ate fortunes might be reduced to onnwaded I into my" fare uhli' ( the best effort possible under Torjwn Springs .. 740 541 and '
safe is
thousand dollars: then to ten : "Marster, ain't you. gwine to taken,. a faulty law. Theblank forms on Tavares . 218 113: e
:jousand dollars: to five thousand; toier 1 old man'1 '- which the enumerators listed, theork. Tituville .'. 94S! 7MjUmatilla ( "- '

' thousand; and finally to thirty I "No, auntie: ," I answered' "the boat \\' an. in accord with the latest . .. . SOU: *. . .
i Is too full now. He must wait' till we .modem Methods in such work. Thnurkof U. PAP9V4ILLS:
eats, This. Me insist is the. presi- S. Reservation in HilN- ,
l
'.. ft theory.IeRerson come back.. the enumerators was well and br+rough County T. 207 *. . -
,, the founder of the demo- The words were hardly out of my corectly informed as above stated, Wachula . ./ 80 *. . AND TONIC PELLETS 3'
ratfc party, expressed the view that mouth when with a !"uJdtnrring: : With few exceptions and thee were West Tampa '. .. 3.R61 2,333::; .... "
. ie fortunes ire dangerous. to theamarunlty she: was up and on the roof a aln. It I remt'tlietl..e are convinced that the White Springs . 1.2S2 690 The Pills stir the lazy liver to

His idea was to abolish all hook as she scrambled on to it and census i.a.. god one as near correct Williston . . '. :268! 184 action-the Tonic Pellets clean
: ::
m'ahk-h took her seat by a little withered ohl\ jas an> census of the state has ever 244
tended to- create monopo. Wildwood . 635; ; .
,aand: perpetuities to annual privi black :man whose hand she seized; anil !I been nu matter by whom taken. It Winter Haven . . :373 *. . all impurities out of the body, J f
-: held as is she was afraid we would shows a very handsome in crease in
tom. f so that the liver and all the
.' ear her away from him. the population of the state, and in Total . . 193,790. . .
jamberlains Cough Remedy the Very "Come, auntie" I cried "this* won't some portions, the: growth is phenominal Not incorporated in 1900. other organs act properly. I :

. :: J Best. do. We can't.. leave you here and wan't ; theIre some localities thaexpress Cities and towns of Dade, Esca-
i /1

''I;haven ed Chamberlain's Cough wait any longer for you""Go dissatisfaction at thre bia and Orange counties omitted with 1
y and want to say It Is the very: on, inarster" she answered "1 sults affecting them; and in a momentof counties. .
:.sough medicine 1 have taken," thanks ycr en I pray tie good Lawfl. hasty ,zeal, have charged neglect No Griping '.. I : .

.Gen. L. Chubb a merchant ofwin to fetch you all safe home? but I am of duty, He., but that was rather to Another New Orange Box. ZJr No Purgingjust
; Mica. There Is no question
tits being the best: as it will curetth nine to stay wid my ole man Ef be expected. When people begin to An experiment with a new carrier
or cold In less time than any Fimon got to get rounded, Lyddygwlne ; guess at quantities they usually adda for oranges was made recently) by W.S. '
r.treatment It should always be git cirmvcdefl too. \Ve dun bin little more each time and each succeeding Hart,'of this place. About the firm a natural and easy s ,
In thehot.. for instant
fftH ready togfdder tot long time to part now." guess is but the reflection of of March Mr. Hart made a shipmentin common-sense Treatment -
|*,te v for a cold can be cured in much .
Ne time when promptly treated. For And we had to leave her, after throwing a hope, which thus becomes fatherto the new carrier to Berlin, G 'nnam'. which never falls
iTho -1--- __ ,.. __ f some blankets and a lot of provisions : the thought. Nothing is more natural The (carrier or I.box, is a recent Invention to cure -
Drunkard and the Judge. to them. than for the people of a community for the safer packing of oranges 1

ivNiabte- As we' rowed off in the rain awl or city to magnify and praise the grapefruit, etc. which have heretofore Special Offer. ,
Wg-hearted Joe Wall, judge night a high falsetto: voice, tremulous development, resources and and pro- frequently kept"E' "). badly in transitThe
i,.*. -It .bth l. judicial circuit, contrib- with, age, came across the waters from gressivenc.-'s of their people and locality box looks like a tail cheese hoe Cut the"Little Doctor" out 1
/t i tie following' tribute to the tragic the crib, where we left the almost certainly and to this commendable spirit with small pasteboard partitions very and inail to us, with the iM

af'a man in Nampa while In'a doomed group in the blackness:s the dissapointment caused by failureto similar to the separate compartments name of have your a Week's druggist Treat and i )

"of 4atoxlcation. which does credit' of darkness. They; dared not have alight attain their hopes and aims, in in egg cases. The oranges are thus you ment may of the Pills and Pellets .
i heart In this tribute to the un- for fear of netting tire to .their such cases is the more keenly felt; not allowed to come in contact with with our compliments.
i, to victim the jblr impulsesrlt frail support We stopped our oars to but under calm reflection these strew one another and from the fact that
> 'r are shown in big letters: It clear and subside.As don't Ramon's ,Brownie CalendarFreewith
'listen to the. ,song. came uous feelings usually they; require wrappers the expense .:
Tampa, Fhu, May 11. U(6. distinct. First: Lddy's trembling %'oiced tbe work of compiling progresses of the partition in the crate Weather Forecasts and Almanac information. Given with your first
Editor of the Times: ? .hen.'a. cI rug of a dozen or more we will hav interesting details to make makes the cost .slightly, if any more purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets. -
k.you; kindly give niea short of the ,deep bass voices .of the .men: public from time to time. The full expense than the one now in general Drown Manufacturing Company.
._ ,'la yuur columns' to speak a i report will be made to the legislature u se. St. Louts. Mo. Crc neville,Tenn.
,. flf'the memory of my poor "We're a clingin to de arx. of 1907. We will add further, The shipment referred to above was SOLD BY TYDINGS & COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA. ,:
'Emanuel Slh a, who met with Take us in, take 'us in. that in making the appointment of in all 33 days in transit and when it
,. *' tragic death last night. I Fur de watah's? deep and dark, county enumerators, we adopted the arrived in Germany, only eight oranges ..
..,'- this because there appears Take us in take us in; plan of appointing those who were were spoiled :'while tbe others were --- I

.!til the morning papers an ac- Do de flesh Is po' en weak recommended for the position by the positively in no way imperfect.This .

....t of him which though probably Take us in. take us dn senators and representatives from the was at the time when so many -
_Ml the main yet does not du him 'Tis de Lawd we gwinter seek several counties. Each numerator was oranges were coming from Florida inbad Ocala House Wine ROOIQS.TRY

-e due doubtless to the fact that Take- us in, take us in; required to subscribe,to an' oath before shape, due to the wet weather in .
J.'arHtr. only knew the worst side Den de Lawd. hole (iUt'thi'!'-han', :; his commission was issued and that state.-Hawks Park. }-a.' correspondent
!i'mam Drunkard ajid social paw Take us in. take us in, -. the oath filed with the secretary of Chicago Packer. \ -
I9uuB4! he may have bt-tn. I am Draw de sinnabs to de ten'. state.. OUR '
to call Manuel Silva my Take us, in take us in.. .' II. CLAY CRAWFORD, How to Ward Off Old Age. -
The most successful way of wardingoff \
because he was and because Secretary of State. the aproach of old age Is to maintain "
w, the man well for years and ap- We could wait and listen no longerto n. R McLIX, a vigorous digestion.! This can
Meted_ the sterling qualities the the weird sounds, but struck our: Commisistmer of Agriculture.Note only be done by eating only find suited OLD :
+Wch beat beneath his ragged oars In the water and hurried away. to your age and occupation and 0LLEGHANY
when disorder of the stomach ,
Most fortunately came across, aboat any appears -
; -
[ ] Brevard county was divided talea dose of Chamberlain'
,lit *** his own worst bent upon the same errand as Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct
,
enemy. in 1905 to create St. Lucie county; had
.Uri the fifteen years of my acmlth (ourselves, which went -immediately tf it. If you have a weak stomach or are
. lance Win the worst charge the barn and saved all of its living. it: remained intact there Mould have troubled with indigestion you will find PURE RYE. -
these tablets to be just what need.
rre lwaM made against him wasprnjHnsity freight. The building hail apparently- been an increase of 1.49S over what For sale by all druggists. you m .
11htunatl; for drink. been held down by their weight loras now consitutes the population of both "

J !4!..*a. honest and reliable in all the last one left it turned.. ..over. 'and"L. r untit's. About a Dog.
little buslnesa transaction When floated away to the gulf. St. Lucie was formed from Brevard ,

..jade a- promise he kept It rellgila Their rescuer? told us afterwards county in 1i(5. I Twenty years ago a gentleman Put 4 full Ots
. la spirit aeU an In letter that as they neared it the first sound brought to my office a large woo up
I tit tray always tb try heard was an old woman's voice Table No. Population of Florida handsome, intelligent panel: dog ,
ready to work day
-11ltthl, for any one who had be'died singing: by;: counties 19+A and 190r; whose nigh foreleg was badly broken in Fancy Cartoons ;:L : -
4tlni. '. "De: Iiwdsis ,hyah'd our. cry" Name of City and Town 19UJ! 1900 the bone being grown out of place

."Ii't In his buslneis dealings, Answered 'by the men: Alachua. .. . . 526:! *. . On the master's assurance that the dog ,
e la bii promises and' loyal to his -Take us in,' take us in. Anthony .,, . .-. S61 19V! would not bite me I set the leg. DrawIng Delivered at your

.ds; wrely boe* attributes should Kn Hell save us by en by Apalachicola : .. -.5244 3,077 the bony fragments into place .

,.Nt1Ieltnt to palliate, it not tu offset Take us in, take us In." Arcadia . H . 1.557 799 caused severe unavoidable pain. The ." Express Office .:

ftl1lti In the eyes of the Omnlstaaa To this simple-hearted old Creature Bartow . H ,. __ l,95rt 1,983 animal whimpered, but displayed.no -
1f iadte. divorce courts and separation were. Belview H :... .:. 140 137 anger and' allowed the dressing to remain \
any which are .. ." '
4ed f&int the unknown. With her it was "until death Blounstown .0: .,. ... 293 undisturbed until I removed itwhen .: ',

t-waeel gnn. Peace account to his of ashes.poor do us parf-M. S. S., In Our Dumb Bowling Green .,;r.;' .. .;;. 300 *. ,. .. firm union had resulted. I saw For $ 3 90 -:.:
Animals. Brad ntown ..'' T.:., 1,494 SCOBrooksville no more of my canine patient nor ofhis
J. B. WALL.'I. .. \
.. \ ".. .?-:,. .. 709 641 owner for two year. Then again .
4
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'I.. Herbine. Postmaster Robbed. Callahan . .. ,1,, '. .. S9i .. on a summer's morning I heard a: loud .

-. Citra . . :,,.,.:.. . 324 322 scratching at my office door. I opened
O treomff indl at R nrto..n. ? '
: !tlon and B. W. Founts postmaster and was Chipley . -V -. .. "51 652 It and there stood my old spaniel

..>..>r regulate bertha the complaints oo'and robbed, Ia.of, all nearly comfort tost his acocrding life to his Chester, ... .. '*. .? ..2SO *. . friend wagging his tail Beside him Regular $ J,00 a Quart Whiskey; write for
uk d enrich and letter which says: "For twenty years Carrabelle '.1,025 923 stood a fine black.-and-tan with around
r III the "orld. It is pure- I had chronic liver complaint which Crescent City .. . .'w. ..4.!) 352 French nail driven clear throughhis Complete Price list.
btt. such case/ of Jaundicethat
MIe Foq Perfectly a sufferff harmless from ditto and, If'to.even my a finger severe nails turned yellow Clear Water Harbor .. ... 610 343 right paw. I patted the spaniel,
....'.;t It you are wise. ; when my doctor prescribed Jlec-! Cocoa . ., . -. .&0& 3S2Cypress called both dogs in removed the nail
'4 +.Andrewt. editor and manager trk Bitters; which cured me and have .;. ,. ,.. ,-f, .>..-. ti2.*.... and ent both away happy, trotting
i. Ocala House Wine Rooms.
.:: Rec'ekledge have News Cocoa, kept me for biliousness well for eleven, neuralgia years", weakness Sure- Da if'{>* City .,-:.>. .'.-. -.?*.<"J94509 side.-by fide as it nothing had lyppened. -
used Her- j
'Ja,..f'f.I and find your It a most cure; and'.all stomach liver kidney and DeLand :.-'. *.. . .. .O"i. ....1.496t,149 I have never seen anything! of
fttt4 II ne. I bladder derangements:;, A wonderful Daytona Beach . .2S3 *. _/. either since."-Dr. 'J. Langdon Sullivan -
J n tIts aaredbenefit tonic At,'Tydingis & Co., drug store. Daytona . . 2,199 j,6i0)ia1iIiIiiiIiii! in Our Dumb Animals. OCALA FLORIDASE ,
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JAMES GORDON BENNETTS 1 STROBHAR NOT INDICTED.. ;: MRS. BLAIN SAYS SHE SEEKS I I iERMANENT meadows -'

< WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT.! .....--- I DIVORCE.
: StraUS.5'

: Grand Jury of Alachua Says He Is I should have an annual :' 01

T }rnt4I'Ny has dug up a,' tvpy. of the. t I Innocent Mrs.: James G. BUine formerly Miss __j dressing of 500 poundsper Bret

Nw York HeralJ for June lr 1846,.In .,'-, Martha Hichborn. the famous beautyof :
c : ,'":' : Gainesville.. May 11,. 1906.T > of a fertilizer containing
acre
left for Sioux
wbkh 'Janeli (1rdo1eDnettu.. the Washington, Saturday
I '?Ater. thoroughly investigating the,
'Jdtr.annvun'l his approaching' .tnarrge '>;" 0;' Falls S. D., for the puriwse of obtaining i eleven per cent. POTASH Royal

cases of the Atlantic' Quasi Line vs. J. ReserveL
; *>tothe.. .. r per
it
under' the heading ,TVciiration .ol N. Strobhar. former agents. .the Atlantic ,theYorld Mrs. Elaine said:
Coast Line in, this city,;alleging I acid.
lJ5veCauht at Last-Going: :to Be ii "Yes. it "is true that I am going to pLosphoric .

Married' -New ".Movement, in*' Civiliza: the embezzlement of funds of that Sioux Falls to, obtain a divorce. It This will gradually force out ,. n tptt
: : company whiel acting in the .capacity
tion.
: was only within the past few days
J t-glng.t! ;. be In* ft1.I;of agent. the grand jury has .returned sour and. mosses from S '
i '}.am married ,a that I made up my mind to go. My grasSeS ::1
're'pOrt of Indictment In eacb'case.which OC1LA MINING LABORATORY.
TheWatner a no I ImothH's -
days. is 'o- ,beautiful health is not sufficiently robust the meadows, and bring good <
'
f vindicates -
thoroughly Captain, P. T. SCHREIBER.
ttni.... 9 are getting jH good, -thfr prospect ; to pennt her to go and so 1 ., f

of polltJoaL'dpd' .Amoral reforms Strobhar from anT ,charges ,'whatsover: shall hathe chaperonage of an old grasses and clovers ; thus in. Consulting' and Analytical Chemist. Member Ji1i:

liO. as made by the plaintiff.f *:.' I of the Society of Chemical Industry, Lon "
,
usiLetouthat'IaflnOtTeSiStXh .
e > -*- ;: friend.I well :
I
06, b' < Captain./Strobhar has bt t"lt'i >rously creasiug the quality as as, p don. Eng Member of the Amtaican Chemical .
divine instincts of honest .n ture anylonger : : am not familiar with the divorce Society.P. ,. p

so I ain going to be married: prosecuted by the Atlantic Coast laws of South I>:lkota,so 1 cannot say the quantity of the hay.Our O. Rox 703. V .. j;.
,Lne Among the witnesses before ttie ., :
tofone .of the most splendid women fa r ,*! definitely on just what grounds I practical book, 'Farmer's Guide," 1.

Intellect, In heart", in soul in property.Jnjperson. l grand jury were a number of ,auditors shall ask for a final separation. I have gives valuable facts for every sort of crop- OCALA, .FLA., Oct. tt, 1 f-\ 1 1(1ee
: and accountants of the and ot
in manner, that I have; yetseen company consulted counsel in New York, and! raising. It is one of a number of books ou d

In the course of my Interesting. notwithstanding \ no stone wa| ,my lawyers in South Dakota are now: successful fertilization which we send on request Messrs., Strauss & Co, Wholesale Whisky -

left unturned. the jury returned abill't "no free of cost or obligation, to any
pllgrlmmage human life. any Merchants .
through )
5
working on the case. I do not feel at Ocala, Fla, ,
In every count. .3 : farmer who will write us for them. -
J tJ cannot stop In my career I must liberty to give the name of the New II

fulill that awful destiny which the Almighty Captain Strobhar It will be rememibered York firm which has been attending AdJress. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Gentlemen.- In accordance with your ittt
upon'pra.dl'aii Nassau .Street or
was acquitted New V rk-93
Father has written against myname. .... my affairs, and to be truthful I do Atlanta Qa.-22'i So. Broad Strert
the charges in the court ustructions I visited
hi the broad same superior \ [your warehouse oni 1re
'letters of life, not yet know what firm in the wetis I ____ \
_-_-- --.
of Fulton county in Atlanta, a 'fevt
agalnet Jhe ,wall of heaven. I mustglveWthe : to take the case. i the 19th instant and
world : days ago. A requisition was made by: The Divorce Bill. personally selected .
a pattern of happy 1 am very enxious to spend as short

we14Ie4 Jite, with all the charities thai., Governor Broward upon the govern a while in the westas jKwsible, for I I I from your stock a sample of"Strauss'
of Georgia but was refused. Not*' Some persons for want of something .
; ti.we
Bflrlng from a nuptial love.. hope to be with my parents for the
bba; that Frank Adams
withstanding this Captain, St'- else to say. suggest
Iln a few days I shall be married according summer in New
; London. Conn. I
: returned voluntarily to 'Gainesville can voted for a bill making incurable Reserve"whisky
to the boly rites of the, mosi, not say any thing more definite about Royal
holy church and gave himself Into the custody of insanity of four yers' standing, or
Catholic to one t'th my future or the details I
of the
; Sheriff }Fennel, giving bond immedi contemplated longer, when so declared by a competent I __

most bTautiful remarkable, accomplished and ately for his appearance before the proceedings became my board of physicians: a ground the analysis' which shows it to a.
f young women of the age. She lawyers have in structed not
me to
grand jury. He, met the. charges: for divorce. contain -
:
.
possesses a fortune.. I sought ami do so. There is
one
thing that 1 cans
squarely, and friends are rejoicingwith They forget that Governor Broward

found?"She a has fortune-a very large fortune, him over his victory in the mat no Stonington shares
ot ler. thinking, of getting married You time antI afterwards was overwhelmingly Alcohol (by volume), per cent..43.q:
Manhattan stock, but in purity and I know, one must -
always 'Unfix'
T uprightness Is?worth half a million Captain Strobhar had employed as before they can be fixed ,things elected governor Judge K H. Pal Degree proof, per cent . . . 87.10.
counsel Attorneys Evans Haile and B. over and that mer sat side i by side with Adams in Residue
of pure coin. Cany any swindling is my case exactly. I shall 'be glad if evaporation, p cent . O.G$0( ,\ -
: A. Thrasher. the senate" and voted at the: same time Ash cent . ",
bank show me as much? In good sense you will that per . .. 0.011 '
The News in Atlanta.J. say my whole attention for the bill and he elected
and elegance another half a ,million; just now is fixed on getting 'unmarried same was ; I Reducing. sugar, per cent. . . 0:225: t. j.
X. Strobhar. former Atlantic CoastLine 'judge and presides today. / ...
In soul, In mind and beauty, millionson ,' and not on geting married 'r oatleacHsptrcent.I . . . 0.0 t 7 (tJ" 11
agent who was extradited fromCanada j John B. Crews, an honored Baptist tiIn
:
millions, equal to the whose specie 'again:* Amyl alcohol fusel oil), per cent. . 0.073! -
on a charge of appropriatingchecks preacher, the senator from Bradford r :1i :
of ;
all the rotten banks in the whole Few girls have been r '
'orld. belonging to the road to his so popular in county, voted for it and has twice The above results show the whisky to be '
o'ialVashingtiD: t;:
as Martha Hich .
own use, wired Mrs. Strobhar Friday i been elected since. Governor Jennings, : .
Happily, the of the
to the Herald patronage Is nearly $25,000per: public from Gainesville Kla., that the grand I!born.social dinners She was and always; in demand for approved it, and only eight votes in a carefully blended brand of high grade .

jury there had acquitted him of all the entertainments, because the senate were cast again the bill. -iff"
annum-almost equal to the presi I of her beauty, wit and and that it has been tlisstilled from a clean ,!
: dent's charges preferred against him. 'personalcleverness. This was ten ;years ago and some pure grain, js

salary. But property In world'sgoods Mrs. Strobhar is now in Atlanta and For several years ;It was people have just found it out. The amount of fusel oil and of volatile acids is low. -- I'
was never my object. Fame, very
understood
that
she
she herself took the dispatch to the was to be married The people of the cimnty feel that
public good usefulness in Respectfully
day antI
my to a prominent '
the jail where she showed it to' Jailer young clubman by the Adams is competent and will show F. T. .J .
generation- religious associatesof SCHREIBER
name of Broke Baker Chemist
Fain. Washington, '\I
their appreciation by electing him to
female excellence-the of
progress but :
sud.lely her
Strobhar. when brought back to At- engagement: to James t :
the senate again.-Voter, in Jaspe r
Inu i:1dustry-tht'se have been -S f
my G.
Blaine --- -
was
anta from Canada, was first placed anounced and society; Herald. It
dreams by night and desires
; my by under $5,000 bail. Subsequently, however vas startled. It was said\ that Admiral let
day. : and Mrs Hichborn FOUR FULL {DIMS S3.50 EXPRESS
"In the new and holy condition in on the road's plea that the strenuously c'ppofed The Campaign Ends at Pine. I. PREPIU.5 ; fl-
the match, but in this, as in all "
money put up was really his own. !
which I am about to enter, and to enter -- .... .
.
I other ---- -- --- .. ,,
things, Miss Martha ---- --
had
Strobhar was placed in jail. He was herway -- -5-- '
S with the same reverential feelings The biggvst meeting of the campaignwas 'I :
arraigned at the last and sne was married July 1. 1901. I 1
session of
the
: as I would heaven Itself, I anticipate She lived at Pine :5tltun1a)". It is said thatas ..
more than two, '
superior criminal years withIr. -:
some slgnhl changes in In court division on many perhaps as two hundred were
feelings,
my
\ .
Blaine.! and
my views. In my purp ses. In my pur- the charge of taking checks aggregating although there \\cre present, and that besides a splendid! \.
rumors that I.
$1,700) of the road. cashing them. the pair were unhappy it STRAUSS CO
suits. What they may be I know not; baske dinner! a regular barbecue was : &
vanot
until
and leaving with the The a little more than a provided f-
money. the assembled :
S ttm alone can tell. :IIy ardent desire I fqr : throng. !

has been through life to reach thibighe. > money. The jury acquitter him. p-ar ago that Mrs. Blaine returned toht"r Mr. A. P. Munroe, of the firm of j I

S \ ..4 order of human excellence by Then a requisition was taken out b> Mr.parents' home. A few months Munroe & .McDonald )Ir. Ed 'art- j 1 I Sole Owners and Distributors.OCALA. 1] ;
:
the governor of Florida which Governor ago llafnemarreitl an actress the 'I 0
::5 the shortest possible cut. Associated: mann and Peter Stanley, who took I .
ft'rmerife of Aubrey BoucicauIL ftSl!
Terrell
sight and day in sickness and in refused. Strobhar announcedhis : great interest in the meeting and I '
intention of Mrs. Blaine will apply for a divorce ; .:1'
Teturning to Gainesville FLORIDA.McMillan
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health in war and In peace with a : largely provided the splendid barbecue j ,
where he was th* road's agent on the grounds cruelty and .!eser- } 1\11
S woman of this highest resided and introduced the t-andi-
()rdErof excellence j S
'and ti.m, according to close I
a friend of the
standing t.rlal.-Atlanta Journal.
I -
( __ -- -
dates. --
must produce some curious results { -.5
S Hichborn family. ;-- S
in my Jieart apd fet-ling?. and j They were all present with the t x- I
J ime.< G. I'ell'
To Discuss the Labor Problem. Blaine Is well known in '
'S these results the' future will develop "eption of Mr. C. L. Sistrunk candidate !
Washington and New Yoik. He Is a I
in due time in the columns of the for state attorney, and e"erall Bros. of
son of the famous statesman. His
The labor first
problem has reached
an
Herald., of the candidates; for county commissioner -
wife was Marie Xevln. of Ohio 5- ittf
who.
".Meantime I return my heart-felt acute stage with the turpentine men, and the large crowd acted as .-'
after obtaining a divorce from him, I ppjtl
S thanks for the enthusiastic patronage and a number of prominent factors in marired Dr. Iull, of New York. Mr. an inspiration and we are told that I Southern Copper Works .

'S ,of the public both in Europe and in Savannah are considering the advis they made better speeches than at another j ,
-: Blane.r'i'l: in the SpanHi-Ameri-
'
America, The holy estate of weilUck place in the county, |! Manufacturers of
ability-of can war having been Turpentine Sand JJ
.S calling a, convention of the appointed an ad-
will only increase my desire to be still! isT l
more '.useful God Almighty bless you operators? in Georgia. Florida and the jutant-general on Gt"n.VeIt>} Merrltt's Having lay puun my bed for 14 : General

5- t alL Carolina to consider ways and means staff. Soon after that he was ordered days from a severe bruised Ics. I un-I Metal Workers.Old I
home and discharged. ly found relief when I used a bottle
-JAMES GORDON nEN'XRTT." for getting labor in the caml}::. The Balalrd's Snow Liniment. I can cheerfully -

problem' must be recommend it the best -- .1 I'H
5 satisfactorily solved Explanation Is Wanted. as medicine I

: Damage to Cantaloupes in Georgia. before the first boxes are cut in the for bruises ever sent to the 14em
I afflicted. It has now become a positive i- Stills
taken in
fall or the turpentine men will be in It would be interesting to know why necessity for myself. exchange for new ones. Patching elp

..: S.< Speaking of the recent t terrible hailstorm I a hard row. the railroad commission, and at whose D. R. Brynes merchant. of Dover- I 1. through. the country a specialty. Orders by mail or ,

in Georgia the Produce Xews The producers have always depended instance butted .into the schedule pre- vine, Texas. 2;)('. ;)OC. and $1.114I. At alldruggists. wire will receive prompt attention at either of the i

says that the damage to growing crops 6n-negro labor In getting out. their railing from outh Florida to Jacksonville m following worksFAYETTEmLE .. ,e

is estimated at JJOO.OOt), The storm spt'rits'and rosins but within the1<\lo1t on the Atlantic Coast I I'
S Line. i
.. wiped out folly one-third of the cantaloupe two or- three years the have -
negroes
Information a? to why the change )(
acreage of the vicinity. Not become so unreliable that the produ- !made without any public notice-at was Jerry Burnett | f&C. SAVANNAH, 01

5; in years has there been such a destructive almost 1a.

cers.are ready to abolish them
I least not enough to attract attentionwould JACKSONVILLE FLA MOBILE AU
; hall storm in this part of entirely as laborers.It be cordially welcomed Merchant : a.it
S by an exasperated -
the .countr)'. Prior to the storm prospects Is .a fact that the which
wages public. Full details would bereceived : -- ., ,.
could not have '-
S been improved the negro can earn in the, turpentine ---- ----- -- -
on subscription at this
and
S. upon. Now the growers will be com- camps is! higher than that paid for other !
every newspaper office in the
i>elled to replant all of their crops. inskilled labor either white or black, region adversely affected. Tailoring. _-1 _

The Johnson-Brawn Co.. which anywhere in the United States. It Is Ocala i
The
c
schedule :
which
was so ruthlessly Wo
Makes. a specialty of watermelons 'andcantaloupes double what he can make as a rail- destroyed by the commissionwas Never DisapPoint Our PatilAfL

reports that It only had road section hand and the work Is Finest Imported and:
the
,,i: about 200 ncrea partly damaged out of not so hard. It Is a comparatively. between result the of road years and of the threshingout people Domestic Cloths. w. Fulfill E'.r, Promlsa! and IIYIf Hold hi Fuss $$041.

S a total crop of 600 acres. The crops easy; matter to earn as much $3 I WE OURE asrlcttz. Wlko., lb. bU. er.gtiaad Tr.rt_
S In the as a and it cannot be denied that it was I Cutting a Specialty ,aha or dst.atje. fi.. Inul..as C.tagI.u DI.4 1W
Jfewwm placeere completelydestroyed. [day In the turpentine camps, and moreif the most convenient to the public that I = CllrM Lev r to rstw.rg. Witho." mtmnMff .r Bmlatraf Bttt.r.; l.u .t
'
Out of a field <*f 125 acres he works rapidly. Fits Guaranteed. Vigor Po.lt1nI1nr.4. BO itlmaJaot tt. |y-fi "
: of cantaloupes not was practicable to be deviled. And -S.; TIlt Dr. Klxx Medical c..II U bnUI"OI 0............
left
a sprig was One great trouble which the operators when. without notice the --- S.- laws flf U.iiat of Georgia tot tk. tmm- a lperroiuaMe :
; to show, where it vine had ken grow- [ have with the labor is that schedule is ( -reilcd.itaiti. Dr. S. X. );Ina. tti....=
ing. Two days before the negro knocked galley-west and crooked to McIVEIt and IflAKAll -S M I this IIII""Uo.&I the cisf eQimuIMj(1 .....
; storm the the .
S negroes can work two or three the 7 aata'et MBMtpricBii.C Si rfeou.
owner had refused an offer of SlO.OrtO days and make all annoyance and disadvantage of t Ottrntm U ts tmuaeit cbrotte dii.uw fc.**.**
the money: needed every citizen in the affected N4; w.it.bO tfcB4i4UBd el.otrtoel..aelU. t
territory S
for his crop. Other growers who lost for having a good time the rest of the c Ourolleu&relCl.tppe411'Irh .,i Ui vtlTaik. ftfftti*,
heavily In this the people would like to be shown the --- t In.%-nr,Y1ole' isy u4 )'I.,..ny; JjfMtoatritaiMkiont ..
vicinity were A. J. week. "If1.=
Hence
the labor of the negro !. how and the \\'hof it. <>tu lIItd.1w pfetSukiL
}lo'H'twood \vhos-, crop wasdestroyed entirely uncertain and unreliable.The The a04tra IB .Ttir rupee,. and 11'1 lor I.. k w ..
.boAiI
S tn1u4 aid ._
ICo/l"
J. existing schedule Is the heightof auell4uu.NP11lJ q4il$4 .
K.
; Stocks. J. B. Paul and factors are \'ltallinterested in udlteense4p.ysLaibe1glsesrg..
numerous others. In Worth the inconvenience and absurdity and it Wo employ BO Bai*! adiaff Bitaaa to . county labor problem. for one reason that would also be .worth reading the FUNERALDffiECTORS. -('. ". \1. '&U'OU&e-ao Co O. D:'ier nauk.d fMira! woar.**QtJ
S cotton and all other crops were absolutely they have advanced large reason S ,,' Y' r WMBiftUo.. Oar Una. toitrs&taisrsaiih. *****
sums of
S l1 stro'tt why the railroad submitted to itwith.ut to 110JO per u.Btk.m.dlclDM taoa4M and 11'1""tt."W
money In the aggregate to the opera- BCO of a curl vkhli&iMei
: ,The farmers are busy trying to arrange tors based on their future prosjiects. a protest. It is certainly' ntconvenient rrt BEST Rutmals, CHIOHICDIEASES.IIV :: ; ...
of OIIt"T'atiun. and if the CJt* *
to secure seed for replanting Without labor Bi.d4 ... H
it will of course: be WUAlltUDN' B.ptu..Iuo..I. "; ( m**
road had asked ,.
their cooperation in resistance ; -1- I DraUa Utau *a I
.crops. They have
already sent impossible =.r.
for 1UlTI.CUIf1
producers to reimbursethe to the enforcement of \. lIII Diuiu.. Tamos aad maUr&aat VontUa.
telegrams to Colorado for seed. factors for the the (gflmission's Hive a full stock of Coffins! Oaaket? N. K. arinn u N..*. T1***! heM and Lnnfa CtwaiM 'Ct&flJ1" *
m'Dt.advanced
order it would a ChronU biuaica of Wornon JIlsr
Acree have receivedPIenty.Tamnpa and Burial Outfits. : &* >
?At @ several houses were bl.m'nd.n |: MOn Italian is equal to four China pt'cial'gh'en to Otto CaMuuuM y._ Daaaural Diaebircei.aDd.art wtArMU. 5 MCL
and all crops will have to bert" Time I Burial serrices. Write al 0-4.,rsgsHtag7ostOoDditloa IfYQI iz. sick .r 4cii. Ot NIJ--- ..
men, three
Chinamen
.All
S are equal to rot'V lt4r&ir., clQ&i1I11Pt..bI&iki M 110m.

planted. After the storm the ground one negjr-1* I Is the equation of the labor Why Suffer From !t Embalming to Order ON DI.TATIOJf. KLtIUNATION AND ADTTCMMB _

5-, : was coveredvith hail to a depth of question as; formulated by the Rheumatism? iWhy --, ... -. .' DR.. KINO MEDICIL CD., >xuutu. r xviitu ui ?M&trt st. ri su n.?, Tuu-u MltaiiiSi I&.
:: and .
one half
a invhes. At "
Putney several operators. The obvious'moral is to suffer frim t'umltim'hf'n i - -- -

L nouses were unroofed hut no gel the Italians. Just how is the chief: one aplieation'of Chamberlain's Pain

: .darnae from hail U reported. problem. Balm will relieve the pain? The quick It Will f

t > relief which this liniment affords_no __ __ ,4
Florida -- lleports from Florida where Chinese makes rest and sleep possible and that.,

Arrivals Clean Up. labor was .introduoed as alone is worth many times its cost. : .
a means '

S .5 Cincinnati }lay-It.-Xow that the of solving the question are to the effect for Many a short who have relief uVed from It suffering hoping have only.' PayYou S. A. Standley & Co

reason is well advanced it Is generally that the use of Chinese labor in been happily surprised to find that after -

|the Is awhile the relief became .
S conceded that the camps impracticable and thatit permanent. -
receipts )f Flor .
: ida truck are lighter than has been the takes three Chinks to do the work Yum, Tenessee Mrs. V., H.U. S.Legget.A, writes.of "I Yum am r I F'l ,have any Real Estat. ,

: case for several ).t'ars.rrit'als keep of one negro. But with the ItaliansIt a great sufferer from rheumatism all I The SIS ii:
Human
cleaned up and the market has a firm Is different It is said that the Italians 3ver from head: to foot and Chamh..rlains I : Pingacle of

:, are more efficient than the Pain Balm is' the only thing ] ORYou're # -S
healthy tone. Green negro t n
beans have been that will relieve the pain." For sae ) i f Has been r ache,:". in our ctrrU.
as a common laborer and
only In very inuch
moderate supply) and the byall druggists.
.
1 breaks that usually afflict the superior fiv the matter of staying with m I IF thinking of coming !I buggies and harness. The only t'i

;: chants have not ben experienced mert thN' their jobs. The Italian are extensively Mrs. Tho.nas Sexton and children 'to Florida for a home. _.1._...
| I they can be better Is to u.
employed on railroads In the south have to I ever
season. Fancy round srreen beans are i gone Jacksonville where they S

selling in lots at $11362.23: per hamper I but their development as reh mainstayof 'will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.V: OR i iIF ;i --S- pinnacle-elevate the standard- *

: fiat was. !125R>135. Peas;, whk-h the turPt"ntln.uups is of c>*nijiaratirely K McDonald for a short whll S '

c M11t'e11' arriving freely from Ala- recent date. In the turpentine You desire inyest in any ,' even then our vehicleswUI be f>8S

bama, are done. The season closed camps the Italians can earn double_ Mr. O. B. Howse returned nome kind of Florida property, hI'111
their pay in the railroad : S at the top. They are not ,>
earlier than gangs.-Sajrannah Sunday from Kls lmmt
usual because of excessive :- >t:. wherthe
rains i News.trs. had: been looking TO SEE S :'It rt#
at picking lime. The next after business interests prices, though as to be out
#I.,.. S receipts will be I for several ,
from days.
Tennessee which) : James W. McCollum OR WRITEOCALA. ; que!
!section will and Miss of most vehicle ust-rs. Lt ui
open up this week. This Jessie
Bodiford. of C..ott.-r-,

direct market,'desirable Is now receiving sizes selling Havana on a }baste>mes t in. OcaTa of*Friday the former's afternon Gainesville, sister,
of about |3 per rate. gone back to Gainesville, where :
3-ames they
I Knight, for
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.< : T *' CAPiTAL WHITE HOUSE, METHODS RE- THE' NOTICE. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 'NOTICE. ;
sAT *
'
1 1 BUKED. LETTERS PATENT.
,- Court Fifth JudI- -
of the
:',it lettir-A. Great, WirelessInvention. 1 of Florida in and for Notice is hereby given that 'we, the County Administrators.Judge's Notice to 'Eeutors

The row over the appointment of Ji At the County-In Chancery.-<:. undersigned, will apply to the Governor Gudian

:;:).t. P. Barn.es to pendouV of the State of Florida, four weeks The attention Ec Executors, Administrators -
postmaster
at Washington
Complainant. C. TV. after the
asWnstonTMay I506 publication of this notice for Guardians and all other

"-' W Ocala Banner: has assumed the proportions: of a (Charles Jr.. Defendant. Order for letters patent under the following pro- persons exercising authority in any

I Correspondence national Issue and has placed the Norfolk, Service I osed charter. matters reltn t estates under and <
for the White House"'tbe ordered that the defendant T. N. SUMNER by authority of thiscourt -
1 ;tberner president and the Washington super- The to-wit: C. W. Morse, Jr., JNO. W. ZUBER.T. is respectfully called to

cry of Representative :earthquake and is hereby required to appear E. WILLIAMS, 1872 to 188J inclusive, seton
w intendent of police, one Sylvester In of complaint filed in this J. N. GRIFFIN. Revse
'. of Missouri. even, subject ,of the of Florida relating ,
mp position altogether unenviable. The or before Copy of Proposed Charter of Sum'nerLumber settlement their final dis
no iraeans a new one. : ical spectacle the 4th (Jay of June, 1906. Company. o accounts
bY failure
1gb It Is' poliCy whiCh: advo- Washington Star a muhlicun mnvrpapor to be seen next ordered that a copy of We the undersigned hereby associate charge return and reports as t

tv4n: I the .1s".notf Ter-Centennlal be published once a week ourselves together for the pur- required by law and NOTICE is hereby
.of high -
-- gajn if success, : standing. said editorially in
'trytnS '7", 4. borders of ouecutlve.weeks" the pose of becoming. incorporated under given to all concerned that
orth<:om1ng. the Missourian In its issue of May 1st: i I a newspaper published the laws-of the State of Florida applcable alEeutor
!Nt' southerner The spactacle is and state. to corporations for Administtors Guadns
; J lecUon of a 'Tor some time the chief of police I profit
and of contLnuing has lines of the day lit April. 1906. ARTICLE L ed to make their returns to this courtas
been
('Se'JJefldwicy obeyingthe behest of the S. T. SISTRUNK.
Name.
( )
flood required by law
candidate is productions. I on or the
'pIICT until uch a president io te"ur the county i who controls a Court, Marion County. t The name of this corporation shall first day of June, 1906 will befor required -

the White House. Inciden- and ,Country for evidence to >e the SL'-MNER LUMBER COM- to make such settlement under process -
M tD of'greater1bflitY amusement Complainant's Solicitor. I'ANT, and Its principal place of bus-
air of this and
glred an that Mrs. I 'court will forthwith -
Minor
prove Morris is of
Clark unbalanced b
lr. : mess shall be in Ocala
r. ) "his thankeesorI Its town Marion County removed from
I
scheme
to mind. He has cast his dragnet I said -.- Florida; but I may establish offices As these returns ofce compli-..
year : -
!lave possessed. In the to haul the waters. and employed I of our White House shoes and agencies any other place or requiring the examination of the

, tNubl8 has fceen to find the the muck rake to search the 'are already' on your feet glad. New low places in or out of the State of Flor cated record and considerable
cesspools
the over I cisco to get the styles just In: for men and ida. parties desiring to make such time
'cart
easily passes fur testimony to this effect. He
)ft, The Fair. x ARTICLE
i: ducing the I ments are requested to advise me the
.'1! veVel, by modestly-annuunc- has found nothing that would stand I fidelity in A'ery (.usi"",. particular day on which they intend to

'ttJ&t 116 ia perfectly ready to run scrutiny for the moment In court OF ATTACHMENT. The general nature of the businessto make settlement in order that I may

. in Mlwwnrl are that the spectacle be transacted is: irrange my engagements with others
matters This delectable work
But aecurdin? t.. this by the superintendent under the Judge's Court, Marion 1. To buy, lease and sell timber and hvIng business at the office so there
c: Lot extreme of police has 4n part been intended lands: no conflict Respectfully
inttttYe'* account for he as- to justify the conduct of his English artist. County. Florida. :. To manufacture and sell lum- wi b JOSEPH

in his state an unfallinsOt men In brutally treating Mrs. Morris, the Johnston GROTHE. .Defendant. and ber; County Judge of Marion C BE. FL .
4 that the simple position and the 3. To build and operate and own : <
and death is when at the command of Assistan'tSt -2-lf -
life such mills as are to prosecute -
the St. Louis
ii,, "Will you run for officertLt > Barnes they arrested her at Persons Interested. the above objet necessar 1

if an Immediate affirmative the White House, and dragged her to which are now at TAKE NOTICE that 4. To construct operate tram- NOTICE -

the body a showman's has been attached un- roads in connection with its business:
"',:K nftt forthcoming the house of detention! and there filed disaster offers 5. To operate and control all Notice of Application for Tax

4" for tb undertaker. Mr. Clark a charge is insanity against her. It ,' virtue of a writ of attach kinds of own personal property; Under Section 8 of Chapter D,

re V a.nd'Ullng to escapeUonsof has: clearly also been meant to justify we are" going to out of the County Judge's 6. To do generally any and all Laws of Florida'

1 such a person. but Mr. Barnes In ordering her ar- them. Marion County, FlorhLu in a things reasonable, necessary and requisite Notice Is hereby given that C. J.

communities will The destruction therein pending, insti- in carrying out the purposes of Rt purchaser of Tax Certificate

'J, .loI1thern rest" can city with the the: corporation. "lo 22 dated the 2nd day of Novemer ,-
I -, baTe to "be shown" beforeyeady To this the Star adds: "Before the the bulk of its : attachment wherein! lloricla ARTICLE- m. > A, D. 1896, has filed said c rtlBcate -

'i \ to accord even a straw superintendent can gain public confidence an'l Ice Company, a eorpora- (Capital Stock.) In my office, and has made ap-

Mlssourian.wr in classes in : .' >l and existing under the The amount of the capitl Stock of licatlon for tax deed to issue in accordance
the the matter bt the distressing
to
iathoi most of the this corporation shall THIRTY- with law.
great of is Said certificate
) slate Florida plaint-
.... the prevalence of crime in the district tory of the SEVEN THOUSAND DOLLARS (*37.- mbraces the following described pro
Morgan, of Alabama. I he must show that 'he has not been OTTO GROTHtt is de- 000.00). divided into 370 shares of the erty situated in Marion county Fla,-

[aid 'anaa of the south Is once wasting the energies of the force by dreadful event as and that you are hereby: re- par value of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS to-wi: Northeast quarter of North

trail of "Pooh Bah" WllVeteon I tuer at the appear to said a.-tion before $100.00), each, all of which quarter, section 25. township
on the the performance of a duty which 11
Cromwell, of New York.S appears will bring it Court on or before the said althorizE capital stock shal be ange 24. Containing 40 acres.
to have been superflous bitof ) called for the
a
)
a The said land being assessed at the
Is the domijgure beholder with a of June A. D. 1906 cah
Senator Morgan kow-towing and much..i1 Day Board of date of the issuance of such certificate

i, and the most thorough and Insinuates that there was a direct to having seen will be entere against! ARTICLE IV.Term. In the name of S. W. Moody. Unless

the senate committee fact it will give ; amount claimed by said ( .) aid certificate be redeemed according -
1atOr In conection between the Major's dirty The term for which this corporation sha
ruin to law, deed will issue
the frightful
is at-
steroc anle canals, which work and the apointment of his son. and Ice Company is shal exist is ninety-nine years, (99). hereon on the 20ta day of May A. D
decide how the ditch at few; moments of EIGHTY NINE and 95-100 1 ARTICLE V. 906. .
5gt It bolsters this institution by showing
so Mr. CromSTiBttiMtdr been gained by (Officers). signature and
be dug my
? ah&ll that the son of Kelmer E. Payne: a Wines otcJa
The business of this corporation
connected with variy western city at PACKING AND ICE C'). of A. D..
sea
gwift witness for Barnes and the president shall be conducted by a President aVicPresident April
tion. This is
Ipa.st attempts at the' construction against Mrs. Morris was givena HERMAN BENJAMIN7, a Secretary and Treas- seal) T. '
s
out the man seen in Its ef Directors consisting SISTRUN
'thl-eInal.j! stands as similar appointment at the same President and Manager. Clerk Circuit ,
J to one who was a of not less than three (3) persons -
little more 4-20
j:>oUbly knows a time. Such things as these cast a n. Attorney for Plaintit. Florida
and it will be !:' nor more than five (5), to be -
ml tu history than anyone else. cloud, over the White house itself. [ -4 elected at the annual meeting- the Notice of Application to Sel Real Estate ,.
Senator Morgan examined the fright and stockholders to be held on the .fourth of
M It was bad, enough to reward Barnesfor
before'a txittltj, royal reui accompanied quarter White House shoes Tuesday in December, 1906 and annually '
;;;Terker, brutality; hut it was wore to (ror- actual event and Women can't be beaten thereafter on the fourth Tuesday Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -

| in which neither gained any4t1ar rupt means, if such were used!; to defame To the visitor i The Fair. x of December in each year: PROVIDED guardian of the estate: of
:
- advantage and in the pres- an innocent and injured woman that the offices of President da Morgan, minor child and heir Of

the exchange of pleas- position the OF MASTER'S SALE. and Treasurer may ,be held by one and D. L. Morgan, dee-ased. will on
Tencounter false evidence andvenal
( < lively. mciyr and. procure forth with all he: same stockholder or the offices of Friday, the 18th day of May. 1906, ,

.n4et' JJ=is been Just as at I suport ff,r the president's 'iirote- that attaches: to and by virture of a final de- Secretary and Treasurer may be held apply to the Hon. Joseph ell count

Vw the senate ctwnmittoe Is Ige.I on the 28th day of April. by one and the same stockholder. udge for Marion county,'

fnr- evenly! divide as to the type I An illustration of the. sneaking, dishonorable days TMrapeil by the Honorable W. S. The following named officers shall Ocala, for leave to sell the 1-3 undivided -

constructed, which gives -- Judge df'the Circuit Court. conduct the business of this r >rpora- interest of said minor in the follow-
ijanaltti be i methods employed by Sylvester : FOR ; Judicial Circuit of the Hon until those elected at the first annual -
of ofSenator I rig land in Marion county, \
)r.. rather curious state" I in this Infamou business, the Florida. in and for Marion meeting shall qualify: President Florida
viz: East of lot 3, west
--5._*' earmark fresh Star publishes the statement of Mr. chancery, in a certain cause: and treasurur T. X. Sumner; Vice- 3:, and hal of north half of lot 3,

.' the field of defeat in Tennessee, L.. Tl. Perkins of Washington, to this Veterans cf thereinwherein D. C.\V. Smith })resident John W. Zuber; Secretary, and lot 4-, all in section 24, township
and James Coons T. ; Board of Directors.
buTr11n to Washington to-. cast; the effect, that just after Senator Till- I Receive a Coons and Porter Hanks, jr., T. N. Sumner, John W. Zuber T. E 13. range 25, and also northeast. quarter -
>1. of southwest quarter of northwest
,'Slve vote on one of the greatest man's speech on the BarnesMorirsncident Hu'r.Ired: in which said final de- Williams and J. N. Griffin.
... quarter and west half of southwest
1OAs which has come before ate Sylvester, dressed inlaln\ \ I Senat4M Tali : undersigned special master ARTICLE VI.Indebtedness. quarter of northwest quarter and east
named and I )..
was appointed (
committee In many a day. It'iBG1m clothes went to the house of Mr?. the city the same will as such spec- The highest amount of indebtedness halff northwest quarter except 10

that the soon to be ex-sena- Dunlap in that city and puestkmed her I the railroad rate r. on to: which this corporation shall at anytime chains and north west and in south southwest by 5 corner chain ,

level type of canal. c-nrc-lusive! the 4th day of June, A. D. 1906 itself is thirty-seven eat -
r favors the tlN'I regarding the insanity of 'Mrs. Mor- to a : subject and except 1360 feet north and south
legal hours of sale offer thousand dollars.ARTICLE.
: ris. That on being told that Mrs. any: time was by 660 feet east west In the southeast -
for the
; sale, at .1nl
*itougb! the Tillman-Chandler- ington. His s "J"U"l'1" VI.Subscribers corner, 36, township 13,
:Morris was perfectly sane, Sylvester of the court house in Ocala ( .

::\"elt controversy stirred up plen- requested ::Mrs. Dunlap to say nothing arrived :re: terda;) : county, Florida. and will sell The names and places of residence!. range 25. IXJYD IV. MORGAN.-

.'af ttunment. it was after all a side about his Visit night for the highest and best bidder for of the subscribers, together with the Guardian. .{.
following described real amount of capital stock subscribed for
"hich, did ,not affect the final The Star also charges that Syh'ester Mr. Bauskett -'\ : pro-; by each; is: R. B. Bullock, --

ug of the railroad rate bit The procured a false affidavit from a in which Florida quarter (se 1-4) of south- Name Residence. Shares. Attorney for Guardian. 4-20

$; ;: Indeed. have been considered' en- North Carolina physician statins that that the bounty (svv 1-4) of section three T. N. Sumner, Moultrie Ga ...108 --------

Mr. Tillraan the old soldiers fifteen (15) south, range John W. Zuber, Ga, .. 170 Notice for Application to Sell Real ,
< and though him \lant
treated by
apart had been :
Morris
r f Mrs. = (23) east, situate lying T. > .. .. Estate of Minors.
.shave. .the backin of his demo- wo years ago for some tnt>rntal din war of 18 6S' In Marion count'Florida., J. J. 'Wilams., Yaldost oultie Ga.Ga. . ..4. '."

.*..colleagues in the suddenly deed two: years ago fur some mental disorder. was very likely' thereof as will satisfy the State of Notice hereby given that the undersigned ,

)" ('.(controversy. it seems plain possibly the 'hou.; costs. County of Marion. ; guardian of tutrix of the "' -
in JOSEPH H. BELL Before me the undersigned authorIty Arsons and estates of Curtis Morgan,
t"t&8,: has been forgotten in the InI"w of all| this the Star is calling introduced Master in Chancery. personally appeared T. N. Sumner Carl Morgan and Ida :organ. infants ;-

rat satisfaction which even the loudly for "a -square deal" ?id i* denouncing Taliaferro in the & Dural. Solicitors for Com and John W. Zuber. to me well kol. heirs atIaad f I

-. &Iii are manifesting over the the white-washing policy man.. provides 45COMMISSIONER'S : to be the Individual described Morgan, deeased. wl on -
-.-, who signed the foregoing proposed '.Friday the 18th of May, 1906.
adeji bill Mr. Doim-er and Mr. 'methods of ad ninbirati n. of 160 .aies. be. ,
and oorupt i' SALE, charter of the SUMNER LUMBE apply to the Hon. Joseph Bell, county
'. p, who hare always stood at the It Is heartily supporting Senator T511- Seminole war COMPANY, who seeraly Judge for Marion county, Florida, at

1 of the radicals are satisfied, the man .and the other democratic senators ows.. It is and by virtue of a de- nowledged to me tht they Ocala. for leave and authority to sell

: explaining that the points of for- the opposition to the confirmation Florida about. the Honorable W. S. Bullock. signed the Fame for the uses the undivided third 'Interest 'of said
the Fifth Judicial Circuit of and '. therein set forth land in Marion
profit by the purposes minors in following
e'Thlct11u the had seernuiHaln doesn't ;
past 'of, Barnes.f: ..It. i really; : : of Florida:, in end for Marion andy epressd. I further certify *that county, to-wit: of
thf. Florida Est hal
'. like in their proportions, think. ,that. brutality, :J and. ..4 mendacity eludes In Chancery,. rendered on the I am& duly notary public lot 3, wet haf of lot 3,

.closer, examination proved 'to: be supplemented by"> libels| and. -. briberyare ; question. ,' These of May, A; D. 1906, In a cer ,Inland for the State and County of north half lot 3, lot 4, in section \
:' ; the in said Court pending, above named, and that commission i southwest
my of
f a small and'f'l"nY' dispelled cloud.! -card* jK1* when played the Invaded, 24, also northeast quarter -
v winning "
Johnson Is
Samuel P. defend doe not expire the 16th day
dians in "the unt quarter of northwest quarter;
,W small cloud has .boen"h''disthfc alf posCer "of great.govn-
the 3.
by Thomas F. Johnson, Eliza of March A. D., west half of southwest quarter of
J*, -cause for: the general re- ; ment against a defenseless womar. tles with tht'm and Mary E. Taylor are de- IX WITNESS 'WHEREOF I have northwest quarter and east half of

IA.whict1 radicals and conserv-: I expediting the we the undersigned commis- hereunto set my hand and official sea northwest quarter except 10 chins -:
II will sell on the 4th day of the 23rd of March. A. D., ;
ban united The senate heaves I A lengthy statement 'bearing on the were never pla< this day north and south bv: 5 {'hain ad
at .the south door of the [ T ;T.
and -
Incident senate Saturday although an' sea MUNROE. west In the southwest corner except
in the
L:L satisfaction. Jhatth charge rat bill J in Ocala, Marion County, ; : 1 Pblc; 1360 feet north and south by 660

Bstitndonaiity has teen' )' .has been issued from the White made. It was during the legal hours of sale, State of Gerg f feet east and west in the .southeast

): !ruTh the bill by the adoption House.: It consists of a letter from regularly enligt -t and best bidder for cash County of .. corner section 36, all in township 13,
described property to- the undersigned authOrity -
to the president of ; Before me south 25
i General Moody employes range
./HUon ret -' Attorney east.SrIE
'- antendmentj f and .. '. > T- Wliams tome MORGAN, -
E
; M acceptable slut1onof: so giving ari account, at th| presi partthent4 anEI "" quarter f. southwest persony.came Guardian or tutrix. '

._* .,V,prpblenC : l d nt's' ;'arrieit 'request,rofHhe. conference been strict-Mn : '' west halt of northeast viduals described in and who signed R. B. Bullock.
of southwest quarter of sec the proposed charter for the S
had by thepresident's fits to all foregoIng 4-20
1 which Mr. :Moody for Guardian.
Atvrell of Roubaix, France, Attorney
,. township 17 south range 26 SUMNiil LUMBER COMPANY and
:. ted to the department of4iok direction with! SenatorsTilhr.an listed. a portion of the southeast he acknowledged to .me that he signed :

al ii\vi' :r upgfD j ad "Baiyj regarding the I Onreason t '*. : of southwfst'quartef of section, thesanefor the Uses :and purposes NOTICE! .. .- "n. : -
c # lot; "f" : J7 'south 26 cast! therein set" forth and : 1 '
Ineeas Invented a wiferatus I court Veview" feature1 of theltppnding' of range : ; expressed '
; Begin at southwest corner of further certify that I am *
and a letter from thepresidetii to include both The undersigned intends to apply to 'J'
that promises to revoot.only -!. rate legislation, : known as the Church Lot sioned notary public in and for the Bell. 'county judge of 0
Hon. Joseph
.... u telegraphy; but ,wartLTle :>o Senator AHisoifi on the the war of run west 6.23 {chains to edge. state and county aforesaid-and that, Marion county,.-at his office in -'

'?- hUiIih4 weighj less subject j The/president "ayslhy x wnopfnion the }*- |s that given,.as' the forty. line; my 'commissiondoes|not expire unti j, on the 30th day ->f A. D..Ocaa',
April
it. r : ': that; the Allison amendment inn I ans ('every ; 4 'chains, thence north the lt day of October.' A. D. for leave to sell all title and
.! pounds and costs not more right
? 15 minutes east; 2.55 chains, In witness I have hereuntoset Florence -
of the given interest of Path
time was whereo
-_9**It can be operated without way changes the scope north 26 di'gI'e's15 minutes my hand seal this the Leonard, 1 Lonad

,r ?les:and Is incapable of be- court review as provided in the original the service of chains; thencenorth, ? luJdeT- 26th daygof: March, fA3 D. 1906. 'f Stella 1.. Louis H. ond

t ci.bY other wireless mes- Hepburn bill is also the opinion could not be t'a.'t. 1.25 eh insr-. thence [seal] f EDWIN L BRYAN. and Lucy Lonrd. minor children -
'. Lonrd
T of less j degrees hlrty m1nut. g lJ'o'est I I I Public- late
and Secretaries Notary
General Moody as f George W. ,
"fcf wonderful feature of the of Aattorney ; thence north 40" degrees 45 : State*"Georgia 4': Lenard decead the .
; #
ot St. Johns county,
however,'lies In the manner In Root and Taft. lie adds that the wars west 3.32 chains, thence north County of Ixwndes, following lands itua Forida Marion
did he Mr. \ ,! line thence east authority .
;. !ce waves can be propelledtans as to none of the amendments ito forty Before me the undersigned ;
to Mr. Chandler or anyone. t"lsethat by the senate '( ; thence south 23:; degrees 30 I personally came J. N. Griffin, tome county Florida, ,to-wi, 15 16, 17, 18.
tl is said to be capa- say Lots
east 90-100 chains thence well known to be one ot the InS.dividuals -
having them, to report the i 19, and 36 the east half of lot 41
4-tPlQ.l'1g. torpedoes at a dis- he should insist upon few 55 degrees east 4.50 chains I described in and who signed and two and 27-100 acres. In the southeast
in
of tlriying them toward their in the bill as a condition of his aporlljj4n do so a south 33 degrees east 3.30 the foregoing proposed charter tOt corner of lot 14, according to the
> f on the thence south 8 degrees min the Sumner Lumber Company, and _he Public Recordof
; recorded in the
!jJ ; them hack at will u-ovaL l' plat
: 1 "
regular order 3 chains, thence south 20 tle acknowledged to me that he signed Marion county entitled, -
'hUng ''ectrle.llllIDJ's.; and ,. I j jO -* clones. minutes wst 4.40 chainS. thesame forhe uses and purpose norla grant
da"ng sSioi "Map of a portion
: Yflamos a't anYl-diJan1 aqf1 I |'.. Kwf j" .rl vThere 'is also : 25 SteerSesI elst jjl.26 herein' setforth and expressed. and lots 1 and 2 section 2 and lo'v 4 -. -
says 'the theneeivest' 19 chain?, thence I I duly commissioned .
*:'hg?. "Some marvellous guerrillas in civil wa> ; were I that am a of section 28, township range
tests I south
: attended tilE! will pas his .('haln to p, o. b., oontirin- notary public in awl for the II. J. ."
Union army 31
the I
4readybeen to bane of Cmplol
tnade according east
in the St. acres of dry land. state and county aforesaid and that -
at Boston, an<3 l I 3U.
.1. At1. ana the Ifrench Minis- Grant lArthday dinner begin at the southeast ('" my commission noes not expire until : EMMA J. LEONARD .

< : navy Jias ordered that fur- during a cal. ) M] tteWhtte, JJou thb:! ; ,; ; 1 r._ r )lthwel quarter of/southwest I the! 30th day of May, A. D., 1907. 4 3-SO-3t Guardian.
: : Th '
: ,
thai 17
told President Roosevelt t of section 21. "township In witness I have nereunt .
wherof
4r14 week he '
exhaustive experiments. treated better. One. o( the .6 east, run thence north I set my hand ofcal seal this thE -

.,' rtaten. f ft he couldn't have bn .! i>ond, thence north 82: de- 2'th: day of March, ., 1906. AOMINIST "TRIX'S N'JTICEOFJFIMDISCHARGE \
public *
.-.--.-'---------- 1fiI. .- < i "At/11-.e rdljmer. I between ) many n tSt.w. t' 2.45 phains. '. ; f. ieaU W. F. STATEN.4c .. .
.
The Martel! Picnic/ federal widiers whom I nad capturcoduring i :the legislature nortn bti degrees 4a minutes, Notary Publi& ,

,: the war" he said. ."The-yjwere is the ; :.1 6 chains thence north -t IE County Judge's Court :fan County
tion4 in the s 35 minutes west 2.06 Florida. I: Re Estate of J. f. ,
.) rte1,Sunday -school picnic was so kind to me ,before thedinnthatI ; constitution '. Ihencenorth 11' de NOTICE._ 4 Deceased. --

; $ft Saturday began to growhrrj that I had ever $ ft minutes, west 2.9i chains, YOITICK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO :
: A
In the Seckinger in of the Fifth Judicial ,
Court
Before'thV dinner was to be done north IS. degrees, east 3.69 In the Circuit .' whom it may concern that en the
.... that P14 t'. It was largely captured them north Circuit of Florida In and
45:
which met thence 40 degrees lit dojr ** JL. D.iy*>.
beconfe ththad not .
I had sorry for Marion .- o
c : ai was a :big success. over the provision west 5.50 chains-thence south Count-In the undersigned apply.t the Hox.. Josepfc
"
:!a.r; Weir of Martel and Dr. captured me." which :, thence east 7.70 chains to Chncer. VST' Bell,judge( 01 said court, judge of probate.
under 6.69 acres: and also Begin at Bessie L Cmplaintnt. final discharge Administratrix of the
-' !;,'jC this elty, who is such: a Ciite.! th' n has of corner of above named quar- William R. 'Dfdant Order ..fo tajc I of J. P. Eward.es.a and at the -
., : court of' the i anal
.1 .ttat neighborhood made The supreme ection.: run thence west for Constructive vjtce time I win my
upheld the right of the and its acts It Is ordered the Defendant.herein .-iccouaUfts admulbtrt of said estate, and
'" : %tc \ were listened to with States has : thence ;south 24 degrees :SO tha William R. Davenport ask ion heir app.x .

'deal of interest by the- large state to revoke the license of any In- east 3.34 chains, thence south nme is hereby required to iMted this Nov. zS, /L D. 1905.
cured by ,
whIch asks fcr the can be 43 minutes;west 2.29 chains D. C. EOWAJD5
tl
company in this
surance Is i'lemati south 65 degrees 30 minutes, app to the Bill of Complaint Estate of J. *
)4ba t dinner was served at removal to the federal..courts? ar> of profound' and chains, thence ,north 76.S4 or before-, :Monday' the 4th. \ces Adminisr 122 n

-?*?, Terrbody had aVmost'bounwas suit' brought orisrinally in the state to p. o. b- 2.40! acers; which day of June 1S06. V .-- --
people of Is further ordered that a copy of .
decision also holds that.a :; lands in a strip 7.70 I
Piy It courts. The ,
a splendid day.for ; order be published once a week
will southwest
i : that the. wide, n feast side-of thi
foreign Insurance company: is couFpletely eIght consecutive weeks In the
everybody said
; present had a with wisdom of southwest quarter of
time.. under the control of. the state ; 21 comprise the dry lands. Ocala Banner, a newspaper publishedIn

'-.*' --' an-1 the license may- be tev'kIat. Augustine- \ tthiat3d.. : : day of May '19('?. said county an.state.. 1506. 'oiM'BAK .
GEORGE DO VA ULT. I This 26th day Mar. -
4 the a good ,
whether reason is
customer Is the best ad- any time, A satisfied H. F. DOBBINS, [SeaL S. T. SISTRUNK< -
t. '
,tad satisfaction is not one or not. Henry R. prewitt, state vertisement W. G. SHORES Clerk Circuit Court : couty. ,
"
but our guarantee. Try insurance commissioner, says the decision only our aim. : .Commissioners.1 Florida. ?.' ttA
.
:lIouse "
shoe; spring styles Importance and the White ; "-. & Duval [Allred & Davis, H. 1 Sstrk f. 'and cisiiwst caesrtk. JDcnt jdels?. ..CKJay.eEMSIVALJlSAIM .
is of great
r.c' 't women just arived. The for men and Complainant's Solicitors Complainant's SoUrtor BUSINESS COUIS ,*J. ... :


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aroused in the attempt to introduce ....-
-and inject personal politics In the matter -
'of 'the reprieve -<)f the condemned

T negroes Larkins and Caldwell by '
Governor Broward for sixty days at TEAPOT GROCERY :};
the request of many of the best citizens -
.. of Leon county, regardless of
gwlitical affiliation or factional differences .

and as this reprieve Is being Where "QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE.- '
The Place
used by'some,small caliber politiciansto .
injure (as they think), at the last
.,
.,. '
moment, local candidates The 'Capital ; A" ''';:;'''" _
!herewith publishes the plea upon
'
which Governor Broward granted the
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condemned finen- the sixty days' res
., pile- and the Capital does not be-
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lieve-that there is a single man on ..

that-petition who by reason' of sign- r' .' : '. ,.: :, : -. .' .. i e',-,':.:.:' ..
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Ing-Jt can't come nearer the Throne of ..C"c' i. -
Grace and repeat' with a fuller heart, ; VALUE RECEIVEDF "
"Vengeance is mine salth the L.)rd."
:
(Copy.) .
Leon County, Stale of Florida. ...1"' I
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B. Brow. '... .j':>- : .
To His Excellency Xapoleon .,. ,, -- _. ,
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ard, Governor of Florida: '.,' '., '
May it please your excellency: # J IJJ_.__ "'.. .. ... ,
: \Ve, the undersigned citizens' of *v.- : "'--
Leon county, having a high regard for "

justice, believe that Nelson Larkins --. I.- -- .....11I !Ii 'L _LiII,,", tJ
and George Caldwell who are awaiting 1 .
execution for the allEged.murder .
of the late N. W. Eppes, Esquire, can
submit evidence to the honorable
tate board of pardons to prove their GROCERIESof
innocence. Is what we give.you, in buying your
We believe that eough has been.said

men. and in favor it is of sincerely these believed unfortunate by sell such articles .
We wantjand
many of the most respectable and law- us. you just as you
abiding citizens of this state that


F-, to they We your are believe excellency Innocent.then and should respectfully that be evefair allowed submit these oppOrtunity F at as low a margin of profit as it is consistent 4i


-. ,unfortunate men to prove their innocence .

Therefore U they we can., your petitioners on : to do business on. We buy in large quantities and :

behalf of the said Nelson Larkms and

approach George Caldwell your excellency most respectfully and pray and the benefit
that your excellency will be pleased from headquarters, give you of our
<0 grant a reprieve ;o these unfortunate ,
men for sixty days'so that they .
may have another chance to assert awl d '
prove their innocence to the honorable -"I I purchases in small quantities 'd' : .: ,
; state board of nardons. ,G : : t
.And your petitioners will ever pray. 4i H" ': :
(Signet) '
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Chas. C. CayJohn \
'" ;. S. Winthrop, d ,
., <3. W. Saxon, :' J '
/ P. T. Mk-kler '?./ 41 ; .
B. L. Evans ... x- I e: ; NO MISREPRESENT OF GOODS
j; W. C01llns"r ..
Julius Hirschberg"t : '' C! -
.W. L. Clark.Constantme .

", 'B...3: C.F. James Hill, ,Ale;'o, '"..''t.5"' fB. !"". ..:. ; For our'goods ,are sold ON THER OWN MERITS, and prices are IT ITE :


-z'.-.:;'f'fO.J... 'D.F/Willis L..Cay Gramling, ,' ;. ..'?",.. .:"' ... E: regulated by the quality; so if you want the best we can supply your '\


K.II. M HAlfoni., Farrior., >.,: I'.. .:: wants. If you want a good article we have it too If you want a cheap


< -S'..:A.-H..W. M.L.R Lee.Ball.Crowder: '":'.;;, s:,.:'. .41 article we can supply that too. We have the goods to suit nearly ;T

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\.. .',PIm9n Rolfe, '.' ; '. but remember that QUALITY GOVERNS THE PRICE ,
i E. C. weeks, .( everyone, ir
J 'W.. II. 'Chancey, *, j; ,. ... .... '"
4 Wt C. Tully; : .a ;.. .''.i-"t'i....:.._..:..'".j-jfttu..- "-,
S R.. C. Long, Sr, : f -. .
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W. D. Wilson, :'d"j ;v C- y.1...... .a \ .

'S "l S John Alex lIdJoug.t.1.L McDougal ,_.a :1 .t S ;:; :! 1111111 II 1 We Have AiwayslPridedOurselves that our

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., 'Abraham Julius A.W.W W,Wahnish.5 F.M.J.'. Ball Quaiie Levy Oldenburg Demetree, ,, ,f,.?,"' ?.:3": ..:... .. Bo 0 gal Scarlet e Brand. 0 of Oae q e Goods S ;ji-*



Dan Wiggins, '
F. C. Gilmore, : \1

3. D. FerrelL.-Tallahassee Capital ... And V the best

'.' ... Municipal Oawnership, .Congress. ... eg'etablesa'e very goods \


,I London May' 15.-The Municipal : that come put Our llcreasill00'j
ownership Congress was. opened here L up.
today with a large number of dele
f .. sates In attendance, representing noar-
,, :.Jyeveryl important-city in Great Brit- these
ain and her coFonies; various European .E: on goods justifies our guarantee and
cities 'adda few delegates from tho ,

'United ownership Smtes movement leaders arid in are Canada.the among municipal. Manyprominent .thedelegates ..: the price is in reach of all who want :f

and will deliver address .
beforethe congress. Melville E. Ingalls; .
railroad president and chairman of .. THE BEST. -
the American Civic Federation specialcommittee t .
,
among the on delegates.Municipal Previous ownership to ,his la .. ':"' ; r','. .< ':', ,::'_,-,'f',: '.., ; .:,_ .

arrival In this cIty Mr. Ingalls mad .. .. ". .;: .
tour throuba.rJous '' \ :," .." :1 "' ," "
European clues : .. :.. ;:
to study the subject! of municipal own- .. .. .
frehlp. He spent H week in Vienna

studying the cty organizations.the various departments He found Vienna of- 'We Store TT
Keep a Grocery
a particularly Interestins center i: : Exclusively
tar his mission, as the city has developed .
municipal ownership to a v
'
greater extent than any other ":tn-\. :

its peon own eitr.gas VIenna, water, owns electric and Ifsrhtingand manaes .. ; ,. Where you can get just what you want,

tramway systems, a cemetery and has t. i- and at as low a price Quality considered be
recently('hl'"e a even municipal gone ** far a.q t-t purt c I ... as can bought.
brewery.
41 .
fortunate. ; Missourians."" .t. ): 'J:H; ( Remember The P I + ii,
When I ,, .
!\ .. writes way J. T.a druggist It Livonia .CIfo. < :u ,- ace. ,,
Dwyer
"' were Wston permtujently. 110., three cured fit my of now customers consumption of Gal. ... .. ',', '. ." .. .. : -;.-f':!: "" ':, "' :" ./' .' "': :.>

by D. Kin;s New Discovery. and .'
Me wen .
and! strong' today. One was
'trying to' sel his property and move to .
,
Artzonia but after using New Dis- .
covery a short time he fund it necesery .
Id do<< so. I regard Dr. Kln 's .
New Discovery as the most wonder ful .
medicine in existence.Stijvset cough .. -,
and sold ('U1'and throat and lung .
healer. Ouarantee-1 bv sit drusists #'
"SOc. and into. Trial bottle free .
GROCERY.r
Champlain Canal Opened/or Traiffic. ...
Special to the Ocala Banner: 4
Albany X H jiay 15.'-The Champlain tI I .
canal was opened to traffic for .
the season .
this nasnThe opening of
'tMo canal was delayed .by
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