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Title: The Ocala banner
Uniform Title: Ocala banner (Ocala, Fla. 1883)
Alternate Title: Ocala daily banner
Daily banner
Banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Banner Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Ocala Marion County Fla
Creation Date: June 1, 1906
Publication Date: 1883-
Frequency: weekly[]
weekly[ former aug. 25, 1883-dec. 28, 1888]
daily (except sunday)[ former dec. 30, 1888-]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates: 29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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AT THE Press association, and "was grievously what are you doing for the bet- --

.2: me on this point, and no d '
disappointed that so few were in at- terment, of your fellow-man, especially

tendance. for the readers" of your: papers? The yourselves how important 1

"JUST OFFICE DRUG STORE will desist There is
The meeting was held in the Elks' publisher usually conducts. his paper onA _

hall, which had been attract- for the money that he hopes to acquire. ever, that I have in my RlNiS

<>40'P' .; I will not spend any time on him, although to you, and 'as I will .
,\ :' ively decorated with palms, ferns, his is an honorable vocation, .
have another opportunity, I
bunting, etc. and he, in this part of the country
it now; to the male
In the absence of President GeorgeW. generally earns all that be makes. But
fraternity only, however:
j S ... Wilson, Vice President C. L. Bit- earning money is so far belgw the aspirations and wealthy gentleman We Have Now in Stock -

of the true editor that I must
tinger presided.Mr. in Kentucky who sometimes
speak of him, rather than, as is oft- Most Complete Line of ''

Prescriptions Carefully Filled T. J; Appleyard, secretary of the times the case, of his master. The paraging things of his

c association, called the roll and the following counting room frequently too frequently aced his, ,remarks ,through that Can Be Found
slander suit against him
answered to their' names: drives the pen; and when not intend to say anything

IINGS ABOUT TOWN A Surprise Pounding. Jacksonville.Metropolis-W.: R. Car-. publisher and editor are combined In so I say, I do not mean to say '
ter. one person, necessity often holds the
actionable. I refer to the
quill ,that would otherwise speak a Call and See'Them. .
Tuesday evening a crowd of young Tallahassee 'Capital:Miss Jefferson thiness of the news ,

f!"A'fresh coat ot paint ls being Put folks met at the home of Mrs.O.A.Farris H. BelL different language. papers. What I think of ; .:: .

spy tjje! seaboard Air Line depot. for the purpose of giving Miss Marlon Lake City Index-Thos. J. Apple- The editorial calling or profession this line brings to my mind In :.'
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Galloway, one of the most popular of yard. \ Is an exceedingly high one. It ranks =
tion with your name the 'l.
t cleiBmr Folks, of Juliette, was
with the ministry and is a part of 1Elh
the third warders a surprise pound- Leesburg CommercIal-Joseph H. club of gentlemen, and I y
Ocala Wednes-
,visitor to
t'prnminent Pratt. that other great calling-that of the
ing. This indeed
young lady was very they are nearly all lawyers,
St school teacher. The editor Is a teacher -,
much surprised when about twelve Petersburg Independent B. one of our middle states,
walked in and Powell whose school room is not the walls
couples took .
possession, two or three trips a year
ptiln Allan Gibson of Graham- of one building, but the homes and
which they did in quick order, but the Gainesville School Exponent-Tom Lake Erie. Their
a,rwas, among the visitors in the hotels railroad
workshops libraries,
F. McBeath.
., surprise was soon over, and Miss Gal- lated on their return home
:'Wednesday. Florida Christian Advocate, Live trains, and indeed wherever his paperis
to the crowd that
_. loway soon proved evident fitness of the
--
4xMrs'.Noranan Robertson, of Whit- she was fully capable of playing the Oak-Rev. Fred Pasoo. read. Occupying such a relation to them to call the club the

'''-. 'is.-visiting i Ocala,' the guest of part of 'hostess, even on short notice, School Review, Inverness-Mr. F. S. citizen his fellows makes who him be an important usefulor Club. Really, do you not d G. B. Weihe
one may very
Turner.
: and soon the congenial crowd of girls
\ i3 hh D. Robertson. fishermen ;have no right to a :
Arcadia Champion"': Mrs. Neva B. very harmful. The, influence of the
." and boys were enjoying themselves in oly of that Scriptural name?
,..' a Childs. press I do not think is as small as The Jeweler,
,1Xrs.jFrank W. Regan and children the numerous games that the young course, we cannot expect a
some contend that it has become'inthis
..
.x. Jacksonville fraternal RecordJ.W. '
hostess very'readily suggested.At fection and will
home Wednesday from a visit'relatives go on J
> It Is true that of
White. day. no one
., ': in Mississippi 10 o'clock the guests were Invited news you give us, accepting it
Westvllle News Daniel Glllis. our large dailies may be felt to the -
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into the: dining room, to enjoy the various if not contradicted in the -
"' Dade Democrat-J. B. 'xJohn extent that was the case before the
,Ulfia,Fannie Clark returned homednesday' "pounds" which, were arranged City Probably you would like Paradise, as home.
civil when such the
war, as
papers
-.: afternoon from a visit to'sitter very daintily on the table, and amid ston.Live something of your host, the C'toosahatchee'fi stream
Oak Democrat. Sher National Intelligencer, New York
Mrs. Souter at Sparr. much laughter and jests the delicious wood. F Tribune anc1:' Louisville Journal and a Ocala We do not like the St. \Mary's waters gleam,

,t'r -- eatables soon disappeared. A blessingwas to be the best people on pens a goodly land proclaim

--8ata"-Thlrty: : odd head ,of stock then asked for the things eaten. DeFuniak Breeze-Miss Sallie E. few others led the people because now modestly assert that we are health wealth, happiness or fame.

tie, and 3000 BOUT orange eeedings The crowd then adjourned: to the par- Cummings. we have more papers, though none people and have the best city
1 Inch in diameter. Write better, if as well edited.
3-fito
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Ocala Star-C. L. Bittinger '
lor, where singing was enjoyed until a ida; not so populous as jealous for his own, and yet -
;.Box.7,. Boardman, Fla,. 6 1 2t Carroll. No one can calculate the influencethat .. .
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late hour, and it was with reluctancethat or Tampa, but we will say .as", one, with no regret:. V-. 5
A' Ocala Banner-F. E. Harris :Miss the great number of papers tha ->
'Mr...Bob Sanders, ,of Dunnellon, has the happy crowd bade Miss Gal' have not seen the latest the land of fruit and flower P
read the laborin
today being by
.f:"purchased one hundred lots in loway good night thanking her for the Sara E. Harris. are Live Oak, whatever they ,are, Greenwood of myrtle# f i ,-

pleasure of the evening, and congratulating Mr, Bittinger read the following tel- classes.., has, in directing their thoughtsalong'1helinesthat ..4if.'i.:7 :;- ,Jf.. .
,-'City,, jrfilch shows his faith Ineliori : 'WUsO'nHot :-' {-i 'seem to be now_ ble. the si. We used -to have bowers- < : :. ;:./ :
egranrframPresident"
her on the"gfactous manner in orange kinds, but they stayed should heart
; wno, and
filling! their minds, and in fixing their
Springs Ark., May 28, 1906.
: which she acted the hostess. one winter's night and got hand,
"7->.. Vice-President Florida'Press Association purposes and acts in their contest
','",*Mrs. M.:ZL, Robertson, who has been The third,warders are noted for their with capital. The doctrines and teach- a point beyond resuscitation up, for home and happy land; _
< Ocala Fla.
ing der son, Mr John D. Robert- congeniality. Those present last night : have replaced them with give far. more than they receive
of In matters of
ings some
papers gov.
not the channelsof
Certainly through
.io.."m this city, has returned to herWhitney. were Misses Marion Galloway, 'Gertie ernment religion, social and economic I the dropping mercury what printed words abhieve
Kaiser Lillie Gamble, Rena and Edna telegraphic words can I express the
meat though a few drops in the
questions, find ready acceptation in
Ausley keen disappointment I feel In not being
smith Meeks and Blanche Lillian ,
sensation to
-", cause a chilly : a year you meet may each
-,' able to be with the boys at nearly every home in this great country -
$ like. Robert and Leila Farris and physically
Allen Munroe, Mr. Ruby them. .Phosphate, knowledge gain, through :which
""" of ours.'Were it practicable I would
"1 Itaaroe, Misses Annie and Abbie Mun- Messrs. Jim Carlisle. Cleve and Char- their annual meeting. Say that I am round timber kings are as to. teach r
with them In heart, in spirit,Vnd noth- place as, a means of education at
'ids and Miss Polly Williams will leave lie Williams Felix Schneider, Flippln I this city as -were truth sublime. to reach' some

=.tiid .j"for'Asheville, N. C., where they Jones, Deckle and Cecil BryantA ing but physical inability could keepme public expense, a newspaper In every everglades before they got heart
froOm'them.. home in the state. Therefore, .as .a
'firiU wnd the,summer. GUEST. ; at GovernorBroward and left soothe to strengthen, to impare
Ten years, of application-ten yearsof mighty .force In educating the people
:. Pt cestral home.However for wounds that come to all

: -I have <4 good traveling position toerthe'rlght Memorial Day Services. ceaseless grind in discharge of a you are greeted in our midst If you can stand or old in hut or hall; .
The editor performs another Important -
.. to the Tlmes-Unl'On and
duty many
un-
'JI party; experience days'you will form own '
your power greater than you think
; must come well recom- The G. A. R. Post No. 17 celebrated subsidiary public duties brought upon function to the people he serves of Ocala and I will not hidden in .
your' drops of ink.
and ready to start to work at with stubborn that is, giving publicity to the wrongs .
I.'. Address T. A Roquemore, Memorial day at the old cemetery me a nervous collapse Influence it In advance: We
that are daily occurring in our public
will take another :
it
and
.}., .Fla. 6-l-3t Wednesday ,morning a beautiful and complications, ever, that it will be such in Ocala's name, once more I bid
4s .. as well as in[ important business af-
"' month of ,treatment before I dare take
fitting manner. visit will ever remain a you welcome! .
.s lldr! Frank'Robertson, of Clark Fla., my duties again. Extend to each fairs. In this he is somewhat a guardian ,
up
The general orders were read by ollection to you, as we door and open arms this message
.;: _afeeen: spending a few days in Adjutant Bumby and Private George my personal regards and esteem (ignoring of the people's interests. He exposes be to us. -

-tIta'with Mr.. and Mrs. J. D. Rob- current questions upon whichwe thereby giving opportunity to say:
Tyler acted as master of ceremonies.jComrade -
to
s's'tron; and left yesterday afternoon for Lincoln'sdedicatory differ) and count each my per- correct and serving to deter others glad have you here today,
Walters: read' The mayor's welcome was may our hope be not In vain
FYI hitney to visit relatives. thank them for from going astray. .
sonal friends. I also
address in a pleasing'way. to by Mr. Tom F.
pleasant memories will remain
; : of fellows The editor who, through favor, or
the good
expressions
Mr. H. C. Packham made the memorial kindly Florida School Exponent,
you unto homes
; The laxative effect of Chamberlain'sand : and sympathy contained in their respective reward or the hope thereof, fails to your return a
address. It splendid production elsewhere in today's ) .
Liver Tablets is sole was.a publications over a brother bring to light rascality in places of pears thoughts that breathe, to words
that do and was beautifully delivered.Mr. that burn."
and so natural you
realise H 1s the effect of a xnedi- ." C. L. Bittinger came next on the newspaper toiler going down in har- official; trust, be those guilty the officials Mr. C. L. Bittinger on -

;.For sale by all druggists m and as he always does, acquitted ness. I shall get well and be with them of some large trust or merely aboard local press made a very .
W.
program ; : H. Power- hen delighted
isfit of county commissioners, is
next year working the best I can in promptu address of welcome
himself well. _
:..C* F. Waterman of Stanton,was both the Union and their ranks for the advancement of faithless to his duty.' I do not 'mean editors, which indeed, was so with a beautiful piano /

,5'tows yesterday, and informs us The graves'of co endorse Journalism that is. readyto "Jmprom "
then deco- journalism and all mutual interests. as to merit very frequent ptu.
h"4.be has accepted a position :with Confederate soldiers were to makea
besmirch character simply
"" GEO. W. WILSON,' Mr. Walpole, of the Manatee J. W. White editor
the of the Union of the Fra-
: and
.. i construction department of the rated on graves sensation or create ready sale of the
President Association. .
-'It&ntlc. Coast Line as recruiting soldiers were placed small United -- I paper, but I do insist that when peculation but was in to his have absence responded this to Record, spoke on "Editorial Re- ,

at.Hte headquarters for the pres- States flags. Unfortunately, Mayor Richard .Mc- or extravagance exists in public was delegated to.Mr..W. R. in the Matter of Public

L afwill' .be in Leesburg. The memorial services were very Conathy .was caleld away, so was not 1 office, belt in Tallahassee, Ocala, New the Jacksonville Metropolis ." Before beginning. address '
,
and
were
>; beautiful and impressive,
-- present in person to greet the editors, i York or Washington city, the news- paid
to the occasion and
'Lv I equal a very pretty compli
{ S. Light in Ocala yes- well attended.To
was but the following welcome writtenby papers must not keep it hid. If the
very pleasing speech and at to Ocala, having au-
Ferry, enjoyed
Stokes'
his to an
on
way
him on the eve of his departurewas watchman on the tower withholds, the
Memorial clusion he
: Jefferson Day. eloquent on
grew
where a picnic is to be held today. He Observe gracefully delivered by Mr. Louis trumpet's blast how are we to know ride around the city in the
has been received ceptional treatment he had
"!Mlle tell the of that secwhy The fololwing letter *
,1 good people
W. Duval of the Ocala bar: what Is going on? .
by Maj. G. :M. Hubbard, commander and in a burst of enthusiasm
a be wants to go to the legiaia- Ladies and Gentlemenof The editor of Florida exerts influence speech
Mr. President an was well
at Camp.56'U. C. V. this city: the whole city of Ocala to received but
: iejnd represent Marion county: the Florida Press Association: over one class of individualsthat to the lateness of the
ville the next hour
"The Daughters of the Confederacyhave at meting -we
..f!b0,next session. We understand that arranged to have memorial services The degree of pleasure afforded the Is remarkable; I refer to the association as his guests. be able to print it today, but
(
.opponent, Mr. George Mathews of the depends he reachesthe to do in
host at the coming guest Florida legislator. When so our tomorrow's
Sl at the Baptish church at 4 o'- :Miss Mabel Bittinger of issue
? also'be. n hand on this occasion.:4a'Saturday will clock June 3, to observe presidentDavis' on various circumstances and capitol he thinks things look so the ""Daughter of the Press last number on the program' ,

[, these two gentlemen conditions not the least if ;not the delightful that he Immediately wishesto a very excellent
Sat- lion then recited paper
a on the
of birthday, as It comes on .
?ussentl! their ,claims to the' people most important being who the visitor take a step :higher and come back "Is It Worth While to
services will of Weloome.DShe Be
As the an
Cegeer! at which place there will be akj urady this year. in his state officiaL Of ?" This
Is. If he is a greeable man- again usually as a paper was written
herself
bi! Plci be to honor the survivors and com- acquitted by
c.. entertaining or instructive in he dreads the press and is L. Brown
memorate the dead heroes of the Confederacy ners. course The ode is as follows: of the St Au-
;!{ : conversation adapts himself to the ready to accommodate it. It is soon Record who was unable
: Funeral of Mr. Palfreeman. we trust the veterans will attend to be
surrooundirifes, be is usually welcome. apparent to him that everything done OCALA'S WELCOME TO His paper was read
_. seatsin by Miss
In a body and occupy front
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If, in addition he is one of influence In official or legal life should be pub'llshed THE FLORIDA Harris of the Ocala Banner
,s.:,\Tbe. funeral services over the reof the church the, daughters follow and
in the world that surrounds him, espe- in the county paper. To illustrate also endeaver to print it to-
the late Palfreeman
Thomas ing them. cially for its good; if he be a leader In : he Is so afraid that the candi- Through Adele Bittinger, ,
.,1f!7 held at the old WeSnesf Please communicate this invitationto
cemetery
state or church or society, we feel the dates for office will forget to inform the Press Association. being no other business
ten o'clock, and request their presence in for
morning at
; half-past them more honored at having him under'ourroof the people of the time of the electionsand -- the association

!Btocted' jay Rev. L. W. Moore, of both newspapers. or within our gates. that they will be 'ignorant of it The daughter of the F. P. A. again Wednesday adjourned 3

',-Methodist c1 1lrCb. Very respectfully, morn-
-'_ Therefore ladies and gentlemen, that that he bas a law on the statute book Gives you glad greeting' here
T A:large numbere attended the fund MRS. F. R. GARY,
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Our city, with an honest
> you may know our feelings as your requiring the secretary of state and
::* his grave was decorated President of Dickson Chapter U. D. C. of the time Bids you within its borders
host, I will say that we have no' fears sheriff to publish notice Estelle Merrel, who bas been
:w ilb':flowers, by those who attended As welcome from far
guests
Cuban Diarrhoea. but that you meet every requirementIn etc.. once a week for sixty days. I for the past eight months on 4

J isdeooration and memorial services the social and intellectual lines, and might refer to other matters showing To join in editorial cheer. to her sisters JMesdames Ad- 3

.. ,the cemetery, U. S. soldiers who served in Cuba we greet you as visitors bringing cheer your influence over our statesmen. Eyes meeting eyes with and Galbraith left Tuesday for t

; to his ashes.- during the Spanish war ordinary know remedies what- and warmth to our hearts and< homes. Now, wielding such Influence over, BO Hands clasping hands In to Williston and from there a : "- I
this disease Is, and that
have little more effect than so We are glad to took Into your faces Important a body of men you are im- will go to her home In Geor-

j; Woodmen Memorial Day. much water. Cuban Diarrhoea is and shake your Brands. Come in and portant factors In politics. Of all the brotherhood of :Merrejl is a graduate of the 4

as severe and dangerous as a mild attack -= sit down put your'grip in the corner The editor should be a leader of Which rivals Brothers of of 1906 and the youngest daugh-

:* members of Fort King Camp, of cholera. There is always only one be there-Sally will hive dinner ready in thought He if true to his calling, Who reach out with their Hon. G. W, -Merrell, of Carroll-
that can
emof tti@ World,, must not for- remedy depended, however upon as will beseen by the a few minutes. .!Say, as you have comea will never -wait to' be led. Courage cheer Ga. Her many young friends in

|!*t th at neat Sunday is the day set to following certificate from Mrs. Minnie long ways and seem tired, come and should enter very largely'' into his To mankind all 'round the bade her good bye with regret

_'the memory of their dead Theo Jacobs of Houston. TeL: I hereby cer- let US take a Jittle something to refresh make-up. Of course, as has beenaptlysaid Each week some message sen .

: fflen'wm meet at Tonga's hall at tify that Chamberlain's Remedy cured Colic my Cholera hus- YOU Sally has some ice cream by Doctor Edward Everett Hale, Will be with loving kindness friends of Mrs. Charlie Marshal r

n.* and.al( members are earnestly and band Diarrhoea of a severe attack of Cuban diar for! the women editors.So "he who leads'must lift"I To glad some heart' to be glad to know that she was

o sated to be present, rhoea, which he brought home from my friends, as we are now all might go on to the end of the soul to be out Tuesday. Mrs. Marshal

)ny friends the members who de- We had several doctors but On whkh.the waves of stricken with
of Cuba. bottle of at home and free to speak our sentiments evening speaking, of the high place paralysis some

4! attend the services will be they remedy did 'him cured no good.him as One our neIgh- may I tell you how much above that the editorial profession occupiesin For Florida, you write; the. ago and for several,weeks was =

Iy: .welcomed.{ All who can thic bors will, testify., .I thank God .for so the ordinary. we feel honored at. baying this world of ours, and deservedly Where golden ,fruit grows out ill and all are rejoiced at

& bring or send flowers'either tofhallorahe valuable a medicine." For eale by m all you meet in this city As I said so:-but* as you no doubt agree with I Despised by many, yet .to recovery.. '

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.46, 2K>. 52. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JUNE 1 1906. ONE DOLLAR A YES'KODAKS







-' ". MEETING Of THE MONEY TO LOAN
ci
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", STATE PRESS ON. .
ASSOCI0T
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To
.. Every Customer Based on Business ancResponsibility. _

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ABSENCE .
NOT MANY IN ATTENDANCE-IN ,OF PRESIDENT
-ANDPHOTOGRAPIC- '
.WILSON VICE-PRESIDENT BITTINGER PRESIDES.The .

MUNROE & CHAMBLISS

; GOODS Mayor's Address cf Welcome and Response Something out of the Or,

dinary-Beautiful Ode From the Daughter of the Association. BANKERS.


I Ocala made quite extensive prepa- before that depends somewhat on who Ocala, Fk, Jan. 27,1906.me .
.... ,- -
rations to entertain the Florida State and what you are, or, to be more accurate -

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AT THEPoST Press association and was grievously what are you doing for the bet

disappointed that so few were in at- terment of JOur fellow-man, especiallyfor on this point, and no d nbt know r

tendance.The the readers of your papers?" The yourselves how important you are, I 1

: OFFICE DRUG STOREPrescriptions meeting was held in the Elks' publisher usually conducts, ;his paper will desist There Is on4 thing, how- -11

hall which had been attract- for the money that he hopes to acquire. ever, that I have in my bones to say RlN QS.

I will not spend any time on him although to you, and as I will probably never

{ ively, decorated with palms, ferns, his is an honorable vocation, '
have another opportunity, I will say
bunting etc. and he in this part of the country,
,it now: to the male members of the
In the absence of President GeorgeW. generally earns all that .he makes. But -
fraternity only, however: As an old
F earning money is so far below the aspIrations We Have Now in Stock
... Wilson y'ke President C. L. Bit- and wealthy gentleman whom I knew
of the true editor that I must
tinger presided. in' Kentucky, who sometimes said disparaging -
speak of him rather than, as is oft- the Most Complete Line of
Filled things of his neighbors, pref..
Carefully Mr. T. J. Appleyard secretary of the times the case, of his ,master. The
aced his remarks through fear of a
association, called the roll and the following counting room frequently too frequently RINGS that Can Be Found
slander .suit against him that he did
answered to their' names: drives the pen; and when
not intend to say anything actionable; x
A Jacksonville ":Metropolis-W. R. Car- publisher and'editor are combined in Anywhere
jttfEUNGS ABOUT TOWN. Surprise Pounding. so I say I do not mean to say anything
| ,- one person, necessity often holds the i
actionable. I refer to the untrustwor-
ter.Tallahassee
Tuesday evening a crowd of young 'Capital-Miss Jefferson quill that 'would otherwise" speak a thiness of the news columns of the Call and See Them. ,': i'".

t 'A: fctth coat of paint is being put H. BelL different language.The :,
folks met at the home of Mrs.O.A.Farris papers. What I think of you along V rq.;:'

;fie'Seaboard Air Line depot.Af3eslt.Buly" I I for the purpose of givins Miss :Marion Lake City Index-Thos. J. Apple- editorial calling or professionis this line brings to my mind in connec- "
'.
Galloway, one of the most popular of yard. an exceedingly high one. It ranks )
tion with
the
Folks, of Juliette, was : your name name of a
the third warders Leesburg 'Commercial-Joseph H. with the ministry, and is a part of
"' a surprise pound- club of gentlemen and I confess that
visitor to Ocala Wednes-
pjetdnent that of the II
other great ca.lling-hat
Pratt.St. .
.., ing. This young lady waS indeed very they are nearly all lawyers, living in
;a. .- school teacher. The editor is teacher .
a -
Petersburg B.
much Independent.
-- surprised when about twelve one of our middle states, who take
Powell: whose school room is not the wallsof
walked in and took _
couples
possession, two
or three trips a year camping on
of Grahamwu
Allan Gibson -
*
c which they did in quick order, but the Gainesville School ExponentTomF. one building, but the homes and Lake Erie. Their achievements, as related -
the visitors in the
among .hotels libraries railroad
McBeath. workshops, ,
surprise was soon over, and Miss Gal- on their return home and the
,Wednesday Florida Christian Advocate Live trains and indeed, wherever his paperis
I ,
loway soon proved to the crowd that evident fitness of the name caused
read. Occupying such relation to
11M. N<
it vialting, Ocala. the guest of part of "hostess: even on short notice, Turner.School Review, Inverness-Mr. F. S. his citizen fellows one _makes who may him be an very important usefulor Club. Really: do you not think that Fred G. B. Weihe

and soon the congenial crowd of girls
D. Robertson. fishermen have no right to a monop- ,
..Joh L
harmful The influence of the
..
Arcadia Champion-Mrs. Neva B. very
and boys were enjoying themselves in oly of that Scriptural name? But of
Jeweler
I do not think is small Tie
Childs. press as as ,
.Jfo*.Frank W. Regan and children the numerous games that the young course, we cannot expect absolute per-
some contend that it has becomein
home Wednesday from a'visit hostess very readily suggested.At Jacksonville Fraternal Record-J. I fection, and will go on reading the .I
W. White. \ this day. It is 'true that no one of Lr
relatives in Mississippi. 10 o'clock the guests were invited news you give us, accepting it as true
f our large dallies oe felt to the
into the dining room to enjoy the various Westville News-Daniel Gillis. may I if ,not contradicted in the next issue.
extent that was the case before the
lifee Fannie' Clark returned home "pounds" which were arranged Dade City Democrat-J. B. "John- Probably you would like to know A very Paradise, as home.
: civil when such the
afternoon from a visit to very daintily on the table, and amid ston.Live war, papers as I something of your host the city of From CToosahatchee'fi streamTo
National Intelligencer New York
r later; Mrs. Souter: at Sparr. much ,laughter and jests the delicious Oak Democ-at-J. F. Sher- Tribune anc1 Louisville.Journal and a Ocala. We do not like ,the Elks claim where St \Mary'a waters gleam

eatables soon disappeared. A blessingwas wood. to be the best people on earth but Your pens a goodly land proclaim
few others led the people because now
far $.! -:Thirty odd head of stock then asked for the things eaten. DeFuniak Breeze-Miss: Sallie E. more modestly assert that we are the best For health, wealth, happiness or fame.,

and 3000 sour orange eeedings I 1 The crowd then adjourned to the parlor Cummlngs. we have papers, though' none people and have the best city in Flor-
1-',to 1 Inch in diameter. Write better, if as well edited.
,. Ocala Star-C. L. Bittinger R. R. ,
where singing was enjoyed until a ida not Each jealous
: so populous as Jacksonvilleor for his own and yet
:k Box 7, Boardman Fla. 6 1 2t Carroll. No one can calculate the influence ... ,
late hour, and it was with reluctancethat Tampa, but we will say though we All join asf: one with no regret : ; ,_, ..
that the great number of paper that t ;:,
"'. lay Bob Sanders of Dunnellon, has the happy crowd bade Miss Gal Ocala Banner-F. E. Harris, Miss I have not seen the latest figures from To.praise the land of fruit and flowersOf ;---'
read the
todarbeing by laboring
are
',purchased one hundred lots in loway good night thanking her for the Sara E. Harris. Live Oak whatever they ,are we double Greenwood, of myrtle ,* f"

"city, which shows his "failh in pleasure of the evening, and congrat- Mr Bittinger read the following" telegram along classes,>.tffe'lias.jn lines directing that 'seenr: their to thoughts be 'now them.:: We used 4ahave numerous n'-VSt _,:JI'-"=' ..... ,... t ., ....."
dent Wilson
ei1on. ulating her on the gI' cioulf manner in : orange kinds, but they stayed out late As brothers should; woo heart and
Hot Ark. 28 1906. filling their.minds, and in fixing their
Springs May
,
she- <
which acted the hostess. one winter's night and got frozen to hand,
i."i'i.\- Florida'Press Associa purposes and acts in their contest
, :34r M. E. Robertson who" has been The third warders are noted for their Vice-President with capital. The doctrines and teach- a point beyond resuscitation, so we Stand upf for home and happy land;
Ocala Fla.
her son Mr. John D., Robert- congeniality. Those present last night tion : have replaced them with kings whom Who give 'far more than they receiveTo
of in matters of
ings some papers government
not the channels
through
., to 'this city, has returned to her were Misses Marion Galloway Gertie Certainly .. religion, social and economic the dropping mercury cannot affect prove what printed words afchievev

1.n!Oat Whitney Kaiser Lillie Gamble, Rena and Edna Of telegraphic words -an I express the acceptation though a few ,drops in the market may
questions, find ready in
keen I feel in not being
, :Meeks and Blanche Ausley, Lillian disappointment ,
Smith cause a chilly sensation to creepoverthem. As, once a year you meet may each
x-- ,'hrs Allen Munroe; Mr, Robert Ruby and Leila Farris and physically able to be with the boys at nearly every home in this great country Phosphate. turpentine sand Some knowledge gain through which
of Were it practicable I would ,
ours.
Ahbie Mun- Messrs.: Jim Carlisle Cleve and 'Char their annual meeting. Say that I am numerous
Jteeroe, Misses Annie and round timber kings are as in to. teach '
in heart in and nothIng place, as a means of education at
with them
spirit
. '!eo fcnd Mies Polly Williams will leave lie Williams, Felix Schneider Flippin this city as were mosquitoes In the Some truth sublime. to reach some '
public ex'pense. a newspaper in every
,totey for Asheville N. C., where they Jones Deckle and Cecil BryantA but physical inability could keepme everglades before they got frightened: heartTo
from'them.. home In the state. Therefore ,as a
!O spend the summer. GUEST. at GovernorBroward and left their ancestral soothe, to strengthen, to impareA
: Ten of application-ten yearsof mighty ,force educating, the people
years
home.However balm for wounds that come to all,
ceaseless in discharge of a you are greeted in our midst
1 have a good traveling position to Memorial l Day Services. grind if you can stand us ,a fewdays. To young or old in hut or hall; '

i1 t the right party; experience un- duty to the Times-Union and many The editor performs another .Important you will form your own opinionof ;For: power greater than you think

; must come well recom- The G. A. R. Post No. 17 celebrated subsidiary public duties brought upon function to the people he serves Ocala and I will not attempt to Lies hidden in your drops of ink. .
and ready to start to work at with stubborn that is, giving publicity to the wrongs .
collapse
Address, T, A Roquemore, Memorial day at the old cemetery me a nervous influence it in advance"We trust, how-
that are daily occurring in ourpublicas
take another _
Fta 6l3tMn Wednesday ,morning in a beautiful and complications, and it will ever; that it will be such that your Now, in Ocala's name once more I bid
I dare take well as in important business af-
month of treatment before
fitting manner. visit will ever remain a: pleasant recollection you welcome! _
; Frank Robertson, of Clark. Fla., duties again. Extend to each fairs. In this he is somewhat a guar- '
The general, orders were read by up my to you as" we know it will Open door and open arms this message
been, spending 'a few days in my personal regards and esteem (ignoring dian of the people's interests. He exposes -
Adjutant Bumby and Private George be to us. say:
with Mr. and, Mrs J. D. Rob- current questions upon whichwe thereby giving opportunity to
Tyler acted as master of ceremonies. We are glad to have you here today.
'4aoA, and left yesterday afternoon for Lincoln's differ) and count each my per- correct and serving to deter others
Comrade Walters read' The mayor's welcome was respondedto And may our hope be not in vain,
ltney to visit relatives. sonal friends. I also thank them for from going astray.
Mr. Tom F. .McBeath of the
dedicatory address in a pleasing way. by That pleasant memories will remain
The editor who, through favor or I
Mr. H. C. Packham made the me- the kindly expressions of good fellows Florida School Exponent which, appears When you unto your homes return
1'bt laxative effect of Chamberlain'sand and sympathy contained in their respective reward or the hope thereof falls to
morial address. It was ,a. splendid production elsewhere in today's paper. "To thoughts that breathe, to words
is
h Liver Tablets so a brother bring to light rascality in places of
publications over
16 And'so natural that you do and was beautifully delivered.Mr. that burn."
official trust be those guilty the offi-
toiler going down in barness. Mr. C. L. Bittinger on behalf of the
reauie it Is the effect of a .medi- C. L. Bittinger came next on the newspaper -

.,. .- For tale by all druggists m program ,and as he always does, ac- I shall get 'Well and be with them cials of some large.trust commissioners or merely is aboard local press made a very happy im- Mrs. :W.: H. Powers hen delighted ,

next year working the best I can in of county promptu address of welcome, to the

[MiyC.* ,F Waterman, of Stanton,was quitted himself welL. both the Union and. their ranks for the advancement of faithless to his duty. I do not mean editors, which indeed was so excellentas the audience with a beautiful piano '

'ft: town"" yesterday, and informs us The graves of then deco- Journalism and all mutual interests. to endorse, a Journalism that is readyto to merit very frequent applause solo-"Improm ptu."

.b has accepted a position :with Confederate soldiers were of the Union GEO. W. WILSON. besmirch, character simply to makea :Mr. Walpole the :Manatee Record, Mr. J. W. White editor of the Fraternal _
rated and on the graves
of the sale of the
Construction
department sensation or create ready
President Association.
to have responded the
was same,
small United Record, spoke
on "Editorial
soldiers' were placed Responsibility -
untie' Coast Line aa recruiting -- paper, But I do insist that when peculation but in his absence this pleasant duty

at.Hie (: for the s- States flags. 2Hc- exists in in the Matter of Public
headquarters pr Unfortunately, Mayor Richard ,or extravagance public was delegated to Mr. W R. Carter of
were very
services
ttttwul i be In Leesburg. The memorial Conathy was caleld away, so was not office be,it in Tallahassee Ocala, New the Jacksonville Metropolis, who rose Morals." Before beginning his addressMr.
and were
,. Light -- beautiful and impressive present in person to greet the editors, York or Washington city, the news- equal to the occasion and delivered a White paid a. very pretty compli
7dr,. L. was in Ocala yes'on well attended.To If
but the following welcome writtenby papers must not keep it hid. the
very pleasing speech and at its conclusion ment to Ocala, having enjoyed
his way to Stokes' Feri'y.a him on the eve of his departurewas watchman on the tower withholds thetrumpet's en automobile
Jefferson Memorial Day. he grew eloquent on the exceptional -
mere picnic is to be held today. He Observe gracefully delivered by Mr. Louis blast how are we to know ride around the city in the
had received
treatment he
!
letter has been received ,
The fololwing *
!1I'H1 teD' the good people of that sec- afternoon.
W. Duval of the Ocala bar: what is going on?
and in burst of enthusiasm invited
Maj. G. :M. Hubbard com- a ,
by
[360 why he wants to go to the leglslatve.1Lnd Mr. President Ladies and Gentlemenof The editor of Florida exerts an influence His speech was well
of Jacksonville received
mander Camp 56'U. C. V. this city: the whole city Ocala to but
: represent Marion county at of the Confederacyhave the Florida Press Association: over one class of individualsthat at the next meting of the Press owing to the lateness of the hour we

.....:nut session. We understand that "The Daughters to have memorial services The degree of pleasure afforded the is remarkable; I refer to the association as his guests. will not be able to print it today, but
arranged
.,'opponent, Mr. George Mathews, church, at 4 o'- host at the coming of the guest depends Florida legislator. When. he reaches Miss Mabel Bittinger of this city, !hope to do so in our tomorrow's issue.
at the Baptish
,'I also 'be on hand on this occasion. PresidentDavis' on various! circumstances and the capitol he thinks things look so the n"Daughter of the Press association The last number ou the program
3 to observe ,
June ,
.Oq Saturday: these two gentlemen will clock Sat- conditions not the least if not the delightful that he immediately wishesto ," !then recited a delightful "Ode was a very excellent paper on the _
on ,
It comes
J?e 2tt! th 1r'cWms to the people of birthday, as and back subject "Is It Worth
services will most important being who the visitorIs. take a step higher come af Welcome. Mile to Be an
As the _
GSer, at whkh place there will be a urady this year. If he Is agreeable in his manners again usually as a state official. Of She acquitted herself beautifully Editor?" This, paper was written by

Wpfcnic.lift >> be to honor the survivors, and com- in he dreads the and is Mr. Harry L.
" dead heroes of the Confederacy entertaining or instructive course press The ode Is as :follows: -Brown of the St. Au-
the
: memorate conversation, adapts himself to the ready to accommodate it It is soon gustine Record who was unable to be

', Funeral of Mr. Palfreeman. we trust the veterans will attend surrooundings, he is usually welcome apparent to him that everything done OC LA'S WELCOME TO present His paper was read by Miss:

0' __. in a body and occupy front seatsin [f. In addition, he, is one of influencein in official or legal life should be published THE FLORIDA EDITORS. Sara Harris of the Ocala Banner, and '
?,/The- funeral services over the re- the church, the daughters follow
, the world that surrounds him espe- in the county paper. To illustrate 'e shall also endeaver to print ft to.

e of the 'late Thomas Palfreeman ing them.' cially for its good; if he be a leader in I : ,he is so afraid ,that the candidates Through Adele Bittinger, Daughter. of Borrow. I

ti held at the old cemetery Wednes- Please ,communicate this invitationto state or church or society, we feel the '' for office will forget to inform the Press Association. There being no other business for

"Jmorntng at half-past ten o'clock.. : them and request their' presence in ,. more honored at having him under\our 'I the people of the time of the elections the evening, the association adjourned

t+ acted L. W. Moore: of newspapers. The daughter of the F. P. A. \ to
J>y Rev, both roof or within our gates. and that they will be ignorant of it meet again Wednesday morn-

|.tb*--Methodist church. Very respectfullY Therefore ladies and gentlemen, that that he has a law on the statute book Gives you glad greeting here today; | ing.

A: Urgq' numbere attended the fund MRS. F. R. GARY, you may know our feelings as your requiring the secretary of state andsheriff Our city with an honest pride.

his grave was decorated. President of Dickson Chapter U, D. C. lost I will say that we have no* fears to publish notice of the time, Bids you within its borders bide Miss Estelle ,ferret, who has been

?tli'flowers! by those Tfho attended Diarrhoea.U. but that you meet every requirementIn eta, once a week for sixty days. I As welcome guests from far or near. In. Ocala for the past eight months on

|Vie;;decoration" and memorial services: Cuban the social and Intellectual lines,and might refer to other matters showing To Join in editorial cheer. a visit to her sisters. Mesdames Ad-

M the cemetery. soldiers'ho served in Cuba statesmen. Eyes meeting eyes with tender gaze- ma and
S. we greet you as visitors bringing cheer your influence over our Galbraith left Tuesday for

.&e. to, his ashes, during the Spanish war know what- and warmth ,to our hearts and homes Now wielding ,such influence over BO Hands clasping hands in loving ways. i visit to Williston and from there a "

-./: this disease little'is, and more that effect ordinary than remedies so We are glad to look Into your faces important a'body of men, you are Important few days will go to her home In Geor..

!; ;: Woodmen Memorial Day. much have water. Cuban Diarrhoea is and shake your ihands. Come in and factors in 'politics. Of all the brotherhood of men gia. Miss Merrell is a graduate of the

---- as severe and dangerous as a mild attack sit down put your grip in the corner The editor should be a leader of Which rivals Brothers of the Pen. class of 1906, and the youngest, daughter

rThe members of Fort King Camp, of cholera. There is only one his calling Who reach out with their words of of
that can always be there-Sally will,, ,have dinner ready ina. thought. He, if true to Hon. G. W. .Merr ll. of Carrollton -

,94dmenof the World, must not for remedy however as will be seen by the few minutes. s Say, as you have come will never "wait to be led. Courage cheer Ga. Her many young friends in

tbat next Sunday Is the day set to depended following certificate upon from :Mrs. Minnie a long ways and seem tired come and I i. should enter very largely into his To mankind all 'round the year? Ocala bade her good tye with regret

the memory of their dead. The Jacobs of Houston.TeL: I hereby certify let US take a little something to refresh make-up.Of course, as has been aptly Each week some message sent abroad

mdi_ will meet at Tonge's hall at that Chamberlain's cured Colic my Choleraand ho*. YOU-Sally fcas some ice cream said by Doctor Edward Everett Hale, Will be with loving kindness stored The friends of, Mrs Charlie Marshalwill

-P Jn and,all members are earnestly Diarrhoea of .severe Remedy dfrom: for the women editors. Ihe who ,leads, must lift. To glad some heart. to, soothe some be glad to know that she was
band 4
ester to be present rhoea, which he wrought home So my friends as we are now all I might go on to the end of the soul able to be out Tuesday. Mrs. ;Marshal .

T friends of the members who deVto' Cuba. We had several doctors bottle but of at home and free to speak our senti- evening speaking of the high place Onwhich the waves of trouble rolll was strickenwith paralysis some

? : attend, the services will be they did him cured no good.him. as One our neigh- ments, may I,tell you how much above, that the editorial profession occupiesin For Florida you: write the ,land weeks ago and for several,-weeks was

17: ;welcomed. AU who can thic remedy thank God ,for -so the ordinary we feel honored at having : : this world of ours and deservedly Where golden fruit grows out of sand critically ill and' all are Jrejoteed' ether

.bring or.Een4 ,flowers'either toailar.the SBJff.TSB-i" For sale bye you meet jn this city! As I said so-but' you' no doubt agree with Despised by, many, yet to some recovery. ,'.' '

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___ MEETING they ontaLn.: They should be most the ,state. Through Its advocacy ot per and a much larger population beforea It was, then .that God

; .: Of TFE) valued for the. editorial utterances methods., discussion of jducational. 1 dally newspaper received the_ assodated. there be light .and there ;

; that are in the ideal newspaper' the questions and pointing! out the condi. .press service. Now her newspapers The nebulous miss l .

'f.: trumpet call to tattle for jUstice tlons of in school instruction Inatantj : 'f
'' "; decency, things: ; take rank with any in' the: shape and form and

: and temperance. Onljr'by 'such the press ''brings to the mln3s of parents -' United-?* States. *3 V*$ in the natural cmed l

: .1 : STATE PRESS ASSOCI0T ON. bravery can we hope to regain our'lost and public _men the Intellectual Just after the last state conventionwas unpretentiously recorded order of in"!eq

prestige and lead instead of.follow needs' of the children. Without these : .held. In .Jacksonville, the Ocala Studying the fauna and

There Is no use trying to take a reminders, those in charge of youth i Banner spoke as follows of the enterprise the deep subterranean uu;

.. neutral position on any' of the great would become neglectful. and schools shown by the Times-Union then pre-Adamic past and the t nEj.Jt it :'

r .- moral question of the day. To do sot would cease oc lapse.lntounprogresslve the Times-Union and Citizen.It records graven with v

,fj t .' ., to lose the confidence of both good routine. Without the agitation of newspapers said: S 'I passing centuries the stYlUs'et'c .

'. (Second Daf; Proceedmgs.yTbeFlorida'Press Ida Is not molding public opinion so and bad for however depraved a man ,' inany p cents would 'bee me "The Ocala Banner praises and applauds ,rocks all bear testimony upon tfIe.

.
:i I. Association met successfully .aajs .generally supposed. may be he loves and .respects. most ayar1ciQuLothc-art41& capacity..belonging '- .......>the Times-Union and Citizen. of. the order of creation as to

-;: promptly .at..9:30. (tclock..a..m.- d.. Money, influence!' brains and all the I the person who shows him his faults to them for Intellectual development for- the .splendid'service *iF rendered 'the Hebrew author.. More as.ree \

;; ,nesady vice-'president Bittinger occupying .other well JcnowhT jlIt1' &f "methodswere and works for his reform. The pressof In the schools.'By creating andpiaihtainingT i the democratic state convention re? the mysteries of ao d .

the resorted to, to defeat him, and I Florida need not fear to talk temperance : sentiment'n"favo' creation are -re
chair public cently held In Jacksonville. ; and>the. hidden

: : The secretary read the roll and nine- yet the people went right along and lest it hurt their pocetbooks of public schools$, 'legislatures are induced "Every resolution all the t-planksof .I L tSe tomb of nature secrets loclieq ",
voted him 'n. There have.been' are lay
.___ teen answered to Jheir names. various or Influence. It will do neither but to appropriate liberally of taxesto the platform every 'ballot every the cosmical details t:

_. The secretary, treasurer and fiance explanations given for this remarkable rather the reverse. 'EVen.it. It were: their support. and the people to soeech made upon the floor of the the more firmly as given'ses J lIt

committee submitted their reports 'outcome of the campaign, but I so, if we'wouSSl lead the people we i give freely and willingly of tneir individual convention. were printed in full in the Then .what estabH _'
.. which showed, the association to be am here to tell you tonight a secret; musf'be brave true and righteous and time and means for their columns of this" newspaper the next terlous thing we differentiates this Jl.

__j In a good financial plig'hu The reports one that Jms never .before been pub to be all these is better than wealth or maintenance and Improvement. Without morning. life In animals call life in !D.a
licly told and that is how it and all
other
; were all accepted. happened tumor the allegiance of the press, the "Had such enterprise been exhibited things? t: Ji,
It became noised abroad .
that
The commttte on resolutions asked Mr. public school systems of the state and< fifteen or tewnty years! If we burrow i 1
into
Broward
for further time to make their report stood for temperance; that Mr. Russell of the Brooksville Ar- counties would have been far behind ago it would have been"look- find the e "tt.,
worms instinct
( \ The committee on membership reported he had defied the saloon element to gus, then delivered his address: what they are now. When the press b ed upon as a wonderful achievement cend Into the with life; it wr: ;
do their most and told air we
them that he there
the following applicants for' negligent of education, the public.forgetfully and would have merited and receiveda sects instinct h( t
was the of their trade and THE with life; If
enemy if
PRESS AND
membership and they were accepted: EDUCATION.My deprive the children of their vote of thanks from the convention the forests We i

___LI.;_ B. O. Bowden Star Dade. City. elected would surely do all in 'his birthright As the -people look to the and the unstlnted praise of the people. stinct with life we find huge anhnab\.

S F. c.. Edwards Baptist Witness; De- power to put them out of business. subject includes the two great newspaper for the public discussion of of Florida. of ; if we dive to thUt;

Er Uand. Perhaps you have heard of the W. C. sources of modern power and achievement depths the sea we yet find'
all questions,_ those discussed by them "That the enterprise shown by the J
: T. U.? It was at -W. C. What, I ask differentiates
a T.U. con- the and
A. G. Powell. Star Lake Butler, press education. preeminently engage the popular mind; Time-Union and Citizen received no the,1if t

W. B. Powell, Independent, St Pet cention at Lake City that I first Progress on all lines of mental moral ;- so by giving prominence: to discussion such vote nor applause and its marvel from these the million life myriad created t3 (

ersburg. learned Mr. Broward's position on and material Improvement Is dependent possessed by maa? ;
of educational topics the press Indirectly ous service was looked upon as a mere ;:
It is because
:Fred Pasco Florida Christian temperance and the other members ol upon them and they are interdependent man has &distinct
-L- AdVO- assists in the education of the matter of CBL
,the W. LT.. U. heard it and they each course. was In Itself the ; HATV, seoo.rate 8.n ........... c-, _
eataL1'veOaic.itc upon other. ---
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children. By advocating them and -v--
-- highest .compliment that could have
: Mr. W. B. ,Powell, x>f the st. Petersburg went nome 10 an pans oi me state Without the press, education would arousing the consciences of the massesin been paid It. all Moses other created things. jv: '"

Independent, in an eloquent address and spread the news that heft was the accomplish little towards instructing that direction the newspapers indirectly "The Ocala Banner which has been tells us that God creaijd C

: invited the Florida Press man they were looking for. To be sure, mind; without education. the fowls of the air, the beasta
Association press build better school houses otJst
set down .torn
as being 1st it takes
4. the women can't vote, but that dpn'thinder would b& as feeble fields and the fishes of the
to hold Its a singer discours
.nert at \i
>meeting furnish better teachers, equipments.
: profound pleasure in laying this
St. Petersburg He them talking and praying. Don't ing music to the deaf. :Without both he does not tell us that he breat F
; presented the attractions supervision systems, longer terms, humble tribute at the feet of 'Editor

of, St. Petersburg in most misunderstand me. There was no effort science art literature, invention and larger salaries for those who teach and i George.' into them a part of his own life. :A C

: prismatic made by Mr. Broward or his campaign knowledge would remain in I When In the process of ,
colors
and their Infantile
promised the theq
association time and
more opportunity for children
"Democrats. republicans, populistsand
If,'the, invitation accepted. managers, 00' influence us. In truth, we stage because each successive to attend school. socialists days" God came to man seetirely ho.:

._ I ; o make the were perhaps not .thought of at all, as generation would have to may entertain their own different and supremely
$ meeting at St. start from g1i
i Petersburg The press, because .of its universal opinion of its editorial utterances but .
:4 tie most pleasant and memorable In we had no vote, but that little silent the initiatory state of beginning of fcrid was his creation. ".' r
Influence dominating influence, owes to the as a newspaper the Times-Union and .

its history. Among other things a state in that 'Went through out the investigation, experiment and knowl- educational elements of society a loyal, Citizen Is easily the equal of any In And! God said: "Let us make _;1 b

,.Wg banquet, a trip to Key West and my opinion, mad Mr. Brow- edge. With them, all the wealth of
definite i
> ard governor all the sawe. knowledge I. pronounced and unremitting the south and as such is a credit to our. own image after our likexies4. 't f'

Havana are promised. By the token I discovery, invention and chaInDlonshfD._ And TWA._. us., wiAlders_ __ n_ of__ the state nf Florida." God l'TPSlfp/i m..n .. 1.35 __ .';;e
same gertlemen who --- -------
experience of -
L-; Editor;" Carter of the Metropolis introduced past ages is transmittedto the press should personally feel thatIt We now have two daily UQ VWJ1
have since asked office at the 'hands newspapersin in the
r resolution relative I the approaching generation image of God created
a to the simplyto is one of our important duties to Jacksonville four 16 Tampa, two hbh 1
of the people owe their d feat largely be added to and male and femalecreated
state printing which transmitted. The he
provoked
sharp foster education and do all In our in Pensacola, three in Miami two in k
: tonld'discussion. to the word that goes out from the press and education! And the Lord formed
: and rather The resolution their full sharein province to encourage, build draw man of the c1u it
up Ocala two in Key West, one in Gainesville -
Lc -was afterwards modified and W. C. T. U., "He is our enemy, and human development through the i of the ground, and breathed. Into
the out and cultivate to their fullest extent one In Live Oak, one in Tallahassee Sa a
c referred to the resolution committee enemy of our homes. He helped centuries no one can .realize without the minds of the nostrels the breath of life, and jc4a
young. and one in Orlando..
the
who will make their report this morn- saloon element when we held our comparing the present with the distant came a living soul-Gen. 1:2S, 171'
The late W. C. Brann. of the Texas
,
wet and dry election
and
ing. straight- pastThe So man stands forth as the
- Mr. Frank Harris then Iconoclast said somewhat perit :
delivered the contemptu-
;
those
This ended the morning session. way women pass the news about. press today holds an importantand ality of God in the world. Malt,
; following address: ously that every man in the United tJ
They talk it to their
sons, :husbandsand
powerful'part the
In civilization. It is very manner of his creation,,

- : Promptly. at. one o'clock in the.atL. fathers, and the result at the polls a. lubricant nilin? the wheels. nf__ p.ntp.l"__ THE 'FLORI ..A EDITORS AND States who was able to purchase an the necessity and f
,_' ,'__ _: -- un nful of type and nearness
L. I tells the sequel. \ __. _ __ apr an army press t
-
: .ernoon VeDlCle8 ,were, ProV.Ided p the prise; a subtle force that porpels the MI5510N ur EDITORS.. !his kinshin God
What set up a printing office and like the t ft
has this ,
to do with
the
) :; editors! their friends and, quite a num- press maehlonery of progress; the trumpeter the divine character. He stani

: ) S bar of ladies and gentlemen, the and temperance? Simply this, that I: who calls to battle the armies of To the Florida State Press Associa fly on the driving wheel of a locomotive erect in the image and vey Ukents V

: ;Ocala 'Visited Silver the am trying to Impress on' the mindsof industry and invention engine imagines that he is revolving of God p
S Springs over and incites tion-Ladies and Gentlemen: yet while tta 1?

; hard roads On reaching there the my: fellow editors that temperanceis to greatest effort genius, talent and I: have been requested to say something the world on its axes. sence and spirit of pessi aist (.
. Despite Mr. Brann's adverse criticism G 1
party were taken in small boats on the fashionable in Florida among the ambition. It reaches all classes of about the Florida editors.. It: the ."earth earthy the 44

r lovely sheet of water and the visitors people, a fact that we of the press people. The president 'in the cannot help thinking of Mr.Jefferson's of the editors i f
----S White gives me great pleasure to say that: along with o%

were all charmed with its magic beauty have been slow to learn. House feels its impulse, and the humble they are the most enterprising peopleon exalted idea of the press moral and uplifting forces t a remon

__ Bringing the subject down to a little tiller of the soil in his cottage earth. It is the of which is so familiar that It Is almost from man the accumulated I
concensus opinion d,
S said!
trite to that he
that he wel
say i
personal
experience in this pre-
: After viewing the springs the party line,, listens to its message. The child that the Florida newspapers dross of the passing !o
J was next taken to the Marion I wish to tell how it is down in De- thumbing its a. b. book ferred a government "without.an armyto
Farms c. and the fee- measured by the numbers printed, the Progress towards perfection maia
-: and saw how the prison convict 'hos- Soto county. Perhaps you do not all ble old patriarch deciphering. with a government without newspapers. the of E
of career
sparseness
I population and the scant man as it does erj j T!
know that DeSoto "One splendid rose makes fragrant all o
of
one the twen-
; : pltal Is conducted. fading vision for the last time some patronage they receive, are the best erything In the divine economy. :

,-. They also viewed the magnificent ty-eight dry counties of Florida. But: holy text to cheer him as he crosses in the world.I the room; I Is an axiom to say that aaproximation .

t farms, the cows, the and in spite of. that fact the temperance the river of death claims The sun's small disc how manyworld's
pecan peach its help. The might cite Ocala as an example. from lower bige cb
_ orchards conditions need to be bettered. % doth light! t
of We
and fields multi-millionaire palaces
in
growing crops.The of luxury The census gives :us a population of conditions characterizes the
want Lee So a word through centuries W
party returned to Ocala and countyon the south of us. and ease, and the hungry less may of m
tramp as he : than 5,000; of this number one- ments of the the i
were then and Hillisboro on the west, to be dry scans the gloom .hysic mentl
taken out to of
the Palmetto
; scrap newspaper which half or more are colored, and as a the moral as as 1 r.
wel |
for Be as a torch splrt
too. it's too by nightHaving
for
easy'
Stock Farm of our topersto wrapped the
Messrs. lunch
J:5- Munroe & i received from the rule, are not newspaper 'readers; verse. 3! &
Chambliss. S get their Jugs from those counties, hand of
S charity listen to the cadences
counting Scientists tell ?
.t < one-flfthrof the whole as us that the lair-
and spoken
S They greatly enjoyed the ride there -we are powerless. of its soundless voice. adults we have less than 500 adults briefly of-the news- physical progression Is traceable |i

S and back over our fine hard roads and I The office of representative in our What the forum and the rostrum male and female, or a population of papers I shall of Florida add if you will indulgeme Its action from the elementary ttoi* c
county called forth that In the
1 S were particularly delighted with the five candidates, and were in the past the press ,is in the 250 white adults.. Yet we print in develop- up to the highest combinations In ife A
ment of the
: beautiful 'Shorthoirn"" stock. although: only one was an avowed prohibitionist present Orotary world- and in its onward ;
I : acknowledges its Ocala two inorganic
weekly worlds
from the
S newspapers contain- j
They were especially pleased with his declaration to that effect mightier voice and eloquence looks tc ing from twelve to sixteen original march I think that the newspaperswill pic cellule which nurses the nusosctsf| e

1- the gigantic size of these and the demands 'of the newspa- it for wings and ocupy a place very near and per- germj
magnificent audience. pages and two daily vegetable and $S 8
animal
life t
newspapers aver- ?
_- haps in the up
animals. pers in the county seat -brought temperance The forefront of the school, the '
_ 5- press enters every section of aging day In:and day out from twelve pulpit and the gorgeous organizations of planets u|
forum and
the
The undulations this platforms: and declarations; the news-
of fine farm country, reaches
mind and to'fifteeIl'columns
every of original and gen- suns to the profoundest distan? -;&
.; and from every 'candidate. The who papers of Florida will contribute their i
: l its beautiful live stock'and palmettos one. affects every heart. Like the atmosphere erally interesting matter space. I
drinks the full share to this end. OI
r hardest-protests the
make a lovely and, romantic loudest it fills .all. space in the intel- I do not believe that this record hasa I I The late Dr. of Oeordf, !?
55 picture which thathe is for temperance. I-have been lectual have sometimes wnn/terAd nu__ if__ _an_ Mea lOT
captured the of universe
eyes bearing on its vibrations parallel in any town of similar size in inhabitant gives the following beautiful
told from 14119 r
several times in the some other planet
iT.- luc vIsitors. Many them did not campaignby the sounds
ui of peace and
the of
welieve war; United States and If not in the who had this eternal law of progression ;
1; there was such in prominent citizens that they post-' the clatter of never heard of the story of
any scenery industry and action United
the States, then not in all the creation as told "The., gray dawn and the rosy tin!* '
tively would
not vote for so simply and sub
Florida. a whiskeyman music of joy and
merriment the world.
sighsof of twilight must train the d4 5|
I gently
S Returning for a member of the legislature limely in Genesis it by some miraculous I
the crowd reached 'Ocala ; the
sorrowing and the wails of despair I want icate retina
to ]
you newspapers editors to force meet the bolder b2Z4:
that he is 'too were thrown tJ
unsafe .
and
at six.o'clock. perfectly delighted'with dangerous inour from the suddenly and
; center to the circum- stick
of the
a very big pin here. rising and the -merIdii
sun
ff_ :: the. afternoon's outing. legislative hallsBy the way, two ference of the mental safely on to our earth. what would be a
globe. The
of the gentlemen real newspaper spirit is of recent his thoughts? brightness of the perfect day. Th -i
protesting in suchlanguage
. The Evening Session. The press is barred out ,from'no date in Florida as it is in the swelling bud and the opening eel
: are men whose breath while walk of life, is forbidden Seeing man as he Is, ascertaining tle

5- The evening sessiojj of the association they talked to me showed that they to discuss United States. It received its first what he was and, step by step, keep- must be evoked from the torpid. s .
question
of
public moment. It is the great impulse at the time ef winter .
of the the
- \ civil ing ; genial breath of
not pace with his
were
was opened
byprayer prohibitionists I eohievemenfs
by Rev. personally chronicler from spr
; of all incident ,
_ Fred Pasco, editor of the Florida I and this sentiment is growing. We human and accident, war and immediately there the time he was inhabitating caves, must start once more the b .

Christian Advocate Live Oak. I cannot afford to put into office men its operations triumph and disaster. Through ;' after. Before that time the value of clad In the skins of animals, with a pulse of forest life; and then, and W? 1

Following the who will wink at publicity is complete. a newspaper was in the personalityof club in his hand till then will earth's green glories ai -
: : opening prayer delightful I the traffic that destroy The man of as his only weapo
- J S action and achievement! its. editor and not in its news ser of her golden harvest vindicate the Pet|
music was rendered by Prof. both soul and body.In looks to It for protection, until the present mo

----i I W. S. Pike piano; Mr. W. W. Con- view of the facts as I have set the criminal fears support its and fame and vice.the The entire paper was coloredby I I ment, what think .you would be his fection of the vegetable kingdom."J :

don violin and Mr. Albert E. Gerig.cornet them forth, U it not time that the once did the exposures as he politics and the personality of opinion concerning mart? Man's progress has not been ia 1Ps
guillotine and the gal- its editor and nearly every line in It The and bounds but in the
early .
Mexicans
state press of Florida get alive to the lows. Its and Peruvians, after cent J

- : Editor A. M. C. Russell, of the I I situation, climb Into the band wagon, roic effort publicity and restrains nerves them men from to he-the was was made of to reflect his opinions. News having reached a high state of civilization was slower than the snail's pace. li

Brooksville Argus", was then called on L.where_'_ ,they_ .belong. in the lead. and commission of crime. importance secondary at all.importance. or of no when they beheld the Soansn for lay centuries dormant Hke the nlants of wit' 4t

I for his speech on rne rress ana iiou-I UkP T.O ala ine cause or temperance Recognize its almost universal domination I: can well remember invaders, :mounted as they :were and his history is 8 ditlo".1

S cation but as he was abent from theha.U. It is not necessary for the people's when the New on horses, believed them to be gods. .mal story and as black as Em-
over the minds; morals and York World 01
- Mrs. Neva c.'ChIlds, editor of sake that the press do this, for. as \1 of mankind and actions was recognized as the The American Indians, when they darkness, but, like the buds bu ,
national
: I the Arcadia Champion, was asked to have shown you the people are accept- once its you recognizeat organ of the d nocratic party beheld Columbus and' his sailors forth in the spring time he i t
importance It ,
as an aid to ed- was owned ifanton
: deliver her address. .on "The Press and. ing no leadership except it be In their ucation. Upon it in gfeat part we place I and when it by Marble thought them to be superantural be- almost fully emancipated and iJ i Eh.

-t the Temperance Cause," which we here I opinion a righteous one. But for the 'the responsibility for the education of Pulitzer was purchased by Joseph ;ngs sent down from heaven on the marching towards a better and tri
it
reproduce: editors' sajce, it would be good policy the young, both directly and indirectly. subscribers. The had less than 25,000 wings of the wind. CONTINUED ON PAGE B.) I 1 Jj

:::- to, be known boldly breezy Pulitzer immediately Why should not this -j
as on the right The visitor from
country weekly the
,
----F city daily began t
ADDRESS OF MRS. NEVA C. a vigorous
another
side.
campaign
j CHILDS The people of Florida'' want the and the more or less literary monthly i to: make Its subscription planet, seeing the wonderful FRECKLES AND PIMPLES!
-ARCADIA CHAMPION. whole list a record- achievements
state /Irv. .. an/l. nl.vica finA__, *..Vio*. contributes each to the of man: the marvelous Jte
---- .v education_ __ nf__ breaker and
when
S Before starting on my topic I wish u it reached lOO.ooo_ creations REMOVED ]
will have it so in the not far distant the masses.to Itwas n of his brain and his hanlh: I In Tea Days. fn
,ito ask our worthy .secretary to tell thought to be so remarkable In so ----
fixture.The be found, and many directions, believe him to
) that
you cannot afford it. he fired from
1T this audience the names of the person people city hall park In be divine? Nadmolaj ;
are for'
temperance, but The press educates directly. Aftera honor of the' 2
or persons on the committee event a salute of
program where one hun Without
Ld shall we find the state press? child has mastered the rudiments of dred guns. any reference to the man- j The Complexion
i
who assigned to me the subject of "The Like the boy's father ner of his creation
who does
was by prjafessfon learning sufficiently to not man Beantifier !
Press and Temperance." read, the direct We have now aietropolitan. carry u tr rI
- S .a. Christian but didn't work at influence of the press begins and whose newspapers the stamp. of divinity on his features tonel
On their heads. then be the never subscriptions tloofgrtta
lists '
E consequences it much so i foot ? .
our editors
are for temperance ends until the age of activity and -= :J ,. IItd
life up -
of starting a woman to talkIng nearly half a million. '
_ i but to Why do animals I
save your soul you Is passed. The child reads his .however wild sL53
primer At the ,
of her outbreak rf|
fad for there's of
; never the
any couldn't civil powerful .
tell it by a careful of In the school war and ferocious in b
survey and _
telling what she will or when she spells out the local there were no daily almost Im, _,- facial !
say their; newspapers print- penetrable a
t.. will stop. respective papers. The most charitably I items of the country weekly at home. ed In Florida and for forests, scamper at his .* turns and restore tfc];
0 inclined many years approach? ;
person would think As the Why can
of
ability the man
mind so
to read and after the easily beauty
t At first civil n
or thought the ubject seemed them I war there ofout
the were put them
on fence under
. with a leaning to comprehend is increased in subjection? worst cues ia.
school its none. The twenty days.
an easy one to handle, but the longer Tallahassee .Oc
the Floridian If a
wet man's
side
judging by the edver- consumption of almost universal at all
the contents of the established belief in leading l> .APrepared
I studied It and the more colsely I !tisements in their columns. in territorial times, Immortality makes drug rtores or y
press-is increased out of school The was immortality certain b/ TOILET _L recognized
applied H to the State Press of Florida as the mONA
leading
S Friends if do the
in
you are favor of tem text: book and the newspaper things here cited not make J
1: -and just now jointly newspaper of the
we
are most interested I state and
perance, on the fence is bad was man something
a place cultivate, draw more than <
out ? '
widen man "
here at home-the deepen, the great moulder : : -<
of ;
more difficult be- political : :
-
f I have opInion. Do "
yet to learn they
of
a single instance broaden not prove his
j strengthen and stimulate the .It held this kinship to
came my task. position '
whereby the benefit of a doubt. powers of the mental as long as its founder his creator? 'b'v'v i-
-I ,. To ten of the faculties year Capt. Chas. EducationK
wonderful Dyke I' Ma'i
Influencer I I YOU get Dla.cedhe.rp. win- Iri-irkw v.ATt-- after 1'ear., until___ H,.. ....m..,._,... l..__ lived. _and at his '}Ieasure the. dlstanro...- ...."n<>_HV .._
r me press on temperance as ---- n --v "v 'U1-UU death his .a.lm !rt t.... ",001., ___._L -- """U6 &.UI:
wet as belong. You ----- ---!"::; :! cave .
are put with the other comes a giant cep1er man. with a club fearing bo **
intellect in his get an ,
or died hand
reaches
L In'all other lines is the with him. There UI t .
We have
easy. crowd but were left and tbma' %
as one ashamed to none the A
own it. natural limitations member of the Florida e Ct.1 a t a
beard so often that the Is of its growth The to inherit the title State .
pen mightier For and today Ue G.th
. you to hesitate is to lose text every Press .
you confidence : book ceases and the Association with a in Grammar. ), ?
schoolmaster pen his Jf
% than the sword
that the newspaper in
.Florida
set
phrases of the Is a law
good hand
people and the unto and
people becomes silent, when the a Mergenthaler type T..T..cnJ H'e& li
that are usually applied student itself and setting
naturally follow more or less p mi.tly ofC
are not so good as welL They reason emerges from the a leader in machine in his officeand
cloisters of learn its you have t. 1.1.lat fb
. in your .r--iI. so I spare myself like this own locality and all are ,
If independent
: a man is for temperance ing and plunges Into something so wonderful t
: tha trouble of repetition but the busy whirlS along certain lines. as to almost
Is afraid to say so, right here of mature life. But the overpower the mind in its fel
But, say. didn't the .state press contin- The contem -
press get newspapers of Florida
at -
home
k his
among friends and are singularly plation.
neighbors ues to ,
Instruct J
} ... a rough jolt 'When our ,to warn to incite, and free Cl
from
I present
-
governor do we dare to trust him to fill the party domination Astronomers THE
got elected without them orrather. public a : voice of the editor Is heard and and the "party whip I tell us that there .was OCALfl HOUSE CAfE, 11
office where he once .
used
might be con- heeded aboye the so a time when our
; : In spite of them? To be sure, fronted with much turmoil of business effectually has departed and has taken earth was a chaotic ,-
and nebulous
4 S about a': baker's dozen of we smaller. to money influence -I ambition aspiration and religion until its place along with other mass, or as described by the The dining ro;the Ocala House:"
prevent his doing his bygone rel divine '
duty to the erstwhile school boy interpreter was : will be kept the summer. ;
clasps hands without form
fry all In to'
were doing our
power the people? And they vote "No ics.To and and known the Cf-
with eternity and Js lifted void arid there as Ocala ""ase .
elect himbut our combined circulation to a higher note was "darkness The if
the cafe
I would thrift of will be 5"e-
S have the press of Florida world of existence the newspapers I upon the face of a la carte but a I
the
probably did not where the school of deep; or in the cial rate will
I-i go above 10.000 come out the present be made to
boldly the
side compared
on with
of rega.
language
house
morality of
and Job boarders
and we are not so egotistical as to believe and the press room are forbidden one or two decades when like a child, it by the week The
obriety. Unless you take this ago. ,it is only nec- tad "just well known .a d
; issued excellence thy i
did building sites. out of the of pci '1
we; It, That fact 'leads .us to to womb. and
stand essary that
your newspapers will be prized say Jacksonville had a the cloud House dining room will be maintaine4-
Indirectly was
1: .thnluslo that,ibe press of Flor- only for the news and adYertisements the press contributes population of more than 12,000 before of and made.the' garment there- and the public assured of the befN !

.largely' to the education of -the. youth 1 had established thick darkness a swaddling there Is for table. For weed? -

.. I dallyBewspa-_ band forit," : S rates and further ailars, call ofl

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I:- JiCS ABOUT TOWN THE ELKS' RECEPTION. ,.."'', Death of Mrs. Jerry Williams. MISS ANNIE NURNEY I I Florida Sunshine.

TO WED MR. T. A. SMYTH.Mr. From different parts of the state rLQosrorI
Largely Attended and a Very Brilliant After an illness of several months
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Micanopy. -
T, Gunter. was come articles of the Sunshine bazaar.

tor to"'Ocala Friday. The Elks' Affair. f. Mrs. Jerry C. Williams died at her .- and Mrs. George Washington The interest in good cheer surely prevails -
,reception wasione
Friday night Nurney have issued invitations to the ; simple things show
of home on !Siuth: Third street Sunday its blessedness -
the prettiest of the '
'if!W...'-$, Allen, of McIntosh, was I' many morning at half-past eight o'clock. marriage of their daughter, Annie Virginia as well as the larger ways. In I

r /' the'prominent. .visitors in Ocala pleasant events that have thanspired Mrs. Williams had been very sick to Mr. Thomas Albert Smyth. fact as the following extracts show :

., in the history of1 Ocala. It was largely for a week or more and for several of Xorfilk. Virginia, the marriage. to there are many who would go further CURES '0. '

-r attended by the Elks and their lady days before her death, her conditionwa even than modern philanthropists. JUT-SICK Q o
-
frineds and occur on the evening of Thursday the IN CA UIHMNBYTS1 R
$ was cnaracterized by brill- ,
cost DeLand
: iancy. fourteenth of OF MANY PEARS V TO BE tK[BEST MtDttiNt
June
equal to his salaryAaoy"for nineteen hundredand M hit
sum
faired
uf.s that the end
.St'4a was near MARKET FOB DISEASE IV 510CK Of Alt MINDS
'i114 'two( years. Just above the head of the stairs and hr mother and :\Williams'' Bistre six, at eight o'clock in the Chris- L. Horne, who has been at Hot REiJCRtS ASFtTlTI,tffAJ AN)HAKQ THS1 MI AND WOMI&

------ was a. banner of ,welcome and the attractive Springs, Ark., for the past three TUGHMANYISNOTAFOOD IUUUlnu stct! to
of Auburn Ala.. were telegraphedfor tian church, at Suffolk Va. KITE ITJURIAtANIiAYlYOWtAHlMAtS.icc .
'- ; Blitchjv a prominent citi- lodge rooms were prettily but did not reach Ocala until months for the benefit of his health 2SCENTSAncust'DDscttIvautlwacRuc .
r decorated, with palms and flowers The above news will be learned with has returned home and is s s HANUFAOURI ev
in in ,, greatly Im-
: of Mafsie.! spent Sunday thexitb after the death of '.Mr*. William
honor of _this charming affair. pleasure by the Ocala friends proved. Acx&STETM
; Sis *on and daughter, Mr. The Mrs. Williams was a charming and many : : &TI

.,.".5'.BBtch, and Mrs.' Herbert Lyles. rooms all opening one into the otherb attractive young woman being not who extend to her their best wishes. _

" :- "c ylarge folding doors are very handsomely quite twenty-two years of age. She She is a cousin of Mrs. Jack Camp, of n ,

Rube Smith* of Oxford came furnished, and with the addi- was 11isIar'ee Harris, of Auburn, this city, and has spent' several winters & -- _

Sunday to spend a while tion of the many handsome and distinguished Ala., and married Mr. Williamsin II
| Ocala was to here with Mrs. Camp. She is a CAPITAL '

J: two daughters MrsA'. P.'e' gentlemen and the beautifully October, 19tU. She came to Oeala as very handsome and accomplishedyoung 50000.00

: and Irs. Ben BorjenJ. brilliant gowned and animated women the scene was a a bride and during her residence of a woman and no more popular 1 -
one.
year and eight months in this city
have
visiting girls been to Ocala.
:>>r'. :H., C. Dunn of Richmond, Those %ho were receiving and help won for herself a large number of Miss :Nurney's wedding ever will be a President, T, T. Munroe.

tE Spent: Sunday and Monday in ing in giving the guests a pleasant very warm friends who are greatly Vice-President, Z. C. CHambliss-
brilliant event, in Suffolk.
,ji-'wHh bfe son and daughter. Mr. time were the following: grieved over her death. very _i,_ I Cashier, J. B. 'Brooks.CENTRAL. IE

[ Hf Dunn and Miss Jennie Dunn. Dr. and Mrs. William Anderson Mr.
She leaves a young husband ah infant -
Lake Weir Fish Story.At 4
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,:r ,- ---.------ and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk Rev. and Mrs.
daughter, three months ohm a
'ijr9,, pope the matron of the Ma- W. C. Lindsay Mr. ,and Mrs E. C. -
mother ana other relatives.The .
many the Montezuma dirnar able Sunday
I hospital.went up to Luwj'uandaY Welsh Dr. and Mrs. William H. PowerS II.
remains were prepared for
Marion county was nobly championed I.
at, noon and accompanied Mr. Tremere, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. -
burial by Messrs. Smith and Roberts,
as a peerless place fur piscatorial !
)jwtiter to OcaLi on. the afternoon Pittman Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Miller, and I NATIONAL BAM
were sent to Auburn where the : pastime and pleasure by Will Dod- ,
feio. Mr. ,and Mrs. G. C. Crom. Mr. R P.
.
funeral was held Wednesday morning.The
' son, the laundry man.
> Thagard and Judge I). .S. Williams. I OF OCALA =
'Yr.W: M, Johnson, of Levon, and grief-8trkken young husband A New England nomad was boastingof ,
Card tables arranged!
% I* Martin of Pine, better were in some and other relatives have the !'in't'rJsymlMthy the trout streams in the land of I
of the rooms for the pleasure of the 1
:as.'eter Stanley were visi- of our citizens.In J beans and codfish and told some tall
devotees of this game, and the pawand
frwttt' Ocala Monday and were callers tales. DIRECTORS.
billiard room was the center of Ii "
<- tibia.b>tlk'e., Memoriam. At last Will! butted-in. Said he: "We oW ..
attraction for many of the ladies as .' -
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.
-- have some tine trout fishing 'round
is the aden well as the gentlemen.In I arose when yet the soft tears of '- .: J. K. Christian R. S. Hall
seifsfe'd customer best '.
here. In our lakes trout are quite plen- 0';
and' satisfaction is not the ball zoom dancing was indulged the night were upon the grass. I Geo. Mackay T. T. Munroe
*
our: aim but our guarantee. Try in by the young people, splendid looked and {beheld the glory of the tiful .and at seasons bite voraciously. H.! A. Ford Z. C. Chambliss
White House shoe; spring styles I spent a day at Lake Weir eighteen L
i music being rendered by a three- sunrise. I pursued its fiery path until
Mnen'and, women just arived. The miles south, last year in the biting
x piece orchestra! In spite of the warm at eventide, I beheld, with sadness, Us
, Sir. season. In two hours I caught two .. L....
weather the.dancing proved most pop- declining splendor.I jJ 'N

._ :Tom F. MoBeath, of Gaines- ular and enjoyable. looked again, and lo! I saw a life hundred and forty-three trout. Someof
"' 'idiiOr of the floiiAa. School Ex- them so large it took all my strengthto r
. Punch lemonade and other cooling scattering, like the sun its rays about ---" --- ---

,- -at, trill arrive this afternoon to beverages were served throughout the brightening all with whom It came in land them and meantime a half aer.S. .
, dozen had jumped into the boat Finally r
.. the meeting of the Florida evening, and later on a menu, including contact. But hardly had that life begun ROBINSON Pres.
GLITCH.H
one big fellow proved stronger H.
'association.I many delicacies was beautifully: when a passing cloud of death J. C. BOOZER, Asst. Mgr.
than I was and I had to let him have GEO. J. BUTCH
-
served. came between and they told me George Teller.

jfrs.D. ,,E Mclver. Master Phil, Xfcir One of the most amusing featuresof Yonge was dead. George he whom I the hook and line or be yanked over ,
*" board. I was hors de Izaak Walton, as
ini- Master Hugo McIntosh went this brilliant affair was a 'mock had. played with, he whom 1 loved.I ;'

fa' to take Weir Tuesday afternoon initiation," Mr. Edwin P. Pittman be- looked again, and then I saw 'twas:; it were, so started for shore a hundred The
Hold
:yards away, and eighteen others; Strong the
a brief-visit to the family of Mr. ing the .victim. He performed his part only a passing cloud and that $IHO
jumped into the boat before I got
>'.'gt"p; ., U n. They ,returned home of the, program in a manner that 'twould be gone and then I would see there" .... ,

day. caused everybody to roar with laugh him again, clothed in the glory of his

ter. It was great ,sport and was thoroughly Go.l. I asked the question:; was he a The bean-eater was allenced. H COMMERCIAL
f 3t> .
rthe New Idea Restaurant and enjoyed by the onlookers. Christian, and softly came the answering A Quiet Home Wedding. '

. The reception continued until closeon eacho: ,
',mike improvements. He
many to the, ,midnight hour, and scored abig' "Safe in the arms of Jesus:; Sunday morning at nine! o'clock )Jr. I OCALA
rtteff.aU into want a "short order"ttb I FLO.t
,,1- success for the "Best People on Safe on His gentle: breast; S, S. Savage, jr., and Miss Lucy M. t ,
t
'call on him and guarantees
,' Earth." There by His love o'er-*>hadedSweetly Norris were quietly married Rev Lv .

satisfaction In .all instances.TjHss :Thei ladies are under many obligations my s'ul shall, rest" \ Moire,li the Methodist church, of- j Has Upon Public
'-
-"-- : Confidence
. Xellle Hooper, who is the splea- I to the Ocala: Elks- for planning A FRIEND.B. ficiating. is Evi-

_t and 'popular ,teacher of thee public and so successfully carrying out sucha The marriage was performed at the denced

'u.:Marietta, In Duval county, delightful affair for their pleasure, 0. W. Installation.The Savage home: in the first ward, in which by its Large and Increasing

rned'liome and the evening at the Elks lodge will house the Norris family lived until a
Monday afternoon to
.'the', mm vacation with her long:: be a happy and pleasant memory. Ocala Camp Boys of Woodcraftheld few days, go. Business. -
their regular meeting at their
er; .Mrs:, J. R, 'MooreheadAaat1SQe&eustomer'is The parlor in which the wedding; .
; '
, Will Establish an Agency in Ocala. hall Monday night, and the officers recently took place, was very prettily decorated -

< elected were installed. Mr. N.I. ,
: in bamboo, evergreens and flowers.
: ( the best adk'ertiaement. Mr, J. C. Carpenter, of Tampa, arrived .
Gotlieb. consul commander <>f Fort
Only the immediate relatives witnessed
not -
and satisfaction is
I
in the city '){onda}. It will be
ply our aim. but our guarantee. Try11te King CampWoodmen of the World, this happy event '- 9
,\\ House shoe; spring stylesmefand remembered that Mr. Carpenter organized acting as installing, officer Mr. ,M.
The bride, who is a daughter of
women just arived. The the Order of ,Beavers here abouta Phosphate Mine .
Rubin a very enthusiastic worker for
Mr. and Mrs.; P, H. Norris, 'wore a Supplies. I
.- ..- Ttldastes'GaorS year ago. He Is an old time life the boys, assisted' in the work. white organdie gown trimmed In lace .
Insurance man having served an ap- Section Hose, Spiral Pipe, Wire Rope Tram S
The following are the officers: Edwin Steam Pumps
e .Reddick, of Reddick.i and ribbon and made a very sweet Boilers ,
"' rentlceshlp of twenty years with some Engines and Smokestacks.
Jr., consul commander Harry Centrifugal
candidate Spencer ;
i a; for page in the .legislaiHeiserted looking bride. ) ,
of the largest companies the coun Rubin adviser lieutenant Wheelbarrows Shovels Relaying) Wrought Iron
., in this capacity most ; Harvey At noon a delicious wedding dinner Rails

" *ptabjy during the last session:; and try. He has been connected with the Bishop f''I'ort'rthur Wade, clerk; was served at which were present all Pipe, Valves and Fittings, hngine Packing (all kinds), 1

'>friends: hope that he will again reappointment American Life as .a stock holder and Harry Cole, watchman; Ellis Pepder, of the members of the two families. lools, Pulleys, Hangers and Shafting. Power

vi the,' promoter since its organization with sentry. Nothing was Jacking to make the wed Transmission Appliances. ,

';.. ,.' L ,; headquarters at Tampa. 'After the ceremonies the boys and ding feast a delightful one. s

?. 'JJfendricjM, of Miami, ar- Air. Carpenter is very enthusiasticover their guests, a number Woodmen, Mr. and Mrs. Savage left on the afternoon TijE CAMERON &

1a;Qealasesterday, for a visit to I the progress of this Flirida enter' enjoyed a splendid feast of ice cream Atlantic Coast Line train for BARKLEY CO.

lots,.fir, and Mrs. C, 'R. Hen- I prise. lie says the company has practically -, and cake. The. committee .on refreshments : Candler near which plaA'elr.. Savagehas Walrus Leather Dealers land Manufacturers' Agents for Machinery. And

\He has : been soliciting business only a consisting of Harvey Bishop, l1ppI1es.
; Just !recovered from a a mill and where they will make CHARLESTON
.111 and dangerous operation and little ,over four months and they have Holmes Walters and Harry; Rubin deserve their home. L C. -

.trlend. a.U' already secured more insurance than credit for the excellent .
here congratulate .him special Mr. Savage Js a tine young man and
the dlrect rS anticipated for the first '
lAt-speedy quality of the edibles.
recover}. is doing an excellent saw mill and lum-
year. He says there is a growing The Woodmen present were called on
ber business. 2
apt' settlement on the part of tendency all over the south to promoteand for speeches and all responded with a The Ocala. Banner' joins 'the other, Ocala Furniture

ers has touch todo with foster home companies\ and that
"' the few words of encouragement for the frineds of the happy, couple in extending Company.

,, :' '.of our merchants to swing they are getting the business. Mr. boys. ..* congratulation. ,

i_business in so able a manner Carpenter will -be in the city several The Boys of Woodcraft in Ocala
I
other hand, too liberal a credit days and will establish an agency promises to be one of the largest secret Baraca Resolutions. ,

,'. ,' regard to whom has been here. orders in the city. Since its or- There is Nothing Too Good For You.That's '

.;...,;tQ put many an honest merrOn -- ganization a few weeks ago fifteen new Whereas, God In His infinite wis- .
'
>t. of business. 'The Marion Block Sold. members have been accepted in the dom has broken the! silver chord that a broad statement, but it h Ids g-toa, for you will surely re-

,'> Mr. Edward Holder Has purchasedthe order. gret buying cheap furniture. Now that does not mean that you
bound our brother, George Yonge, to
baa, county, is put down as hav- Marion block, and the deed was this earth and has taken him to a should pay an exorbitant price f or your goods and If you would

;' U. white population; Marion, filed for record Monday afternoon.Mr. The Price of Florida Products in New higher and nobler service; be it know where ,you can get the best goods at lower prices than you

..7:Suwannee, 9.619, The vote of Holder Intends to convert the York. Resolved That we hear of his death are paying some other pace.Smith,

j ree'countie8. say for railroad two upper stories, one of which Is
with profound sorrow and that we
sionera. was follows Mach'Marion. now used as an opera house, into fineofti'es.
as : Mr. James T. Sutphin; reDre.nting extend to the broken-hearted motherour
: "t!* have an eleetric elevator, I & Roberts
: V 2,469; Suwannee, will the Hamburger Company of ..XeYork sincere sympathy.Be .
/i |3ther something Is with and the entire ,building will be heated ,
wrong it also Revived that of
city, received a wire from his house a copy
.
enaue oP the democrats of Ma- by steam. The offices will be in suites these resolutions be sent to his mother will talcs pleasure in showing yo the ,best goods at the lowest
::r 9 better 'votersnotprotty and will be fitted up with every modem Monday, giving the following quota-
Q and also published In price Everything in the turn
'l our daily paper ure line at consistent prices.
: convenience. There will be a jani- tions on Florida products: Watermelons -
BARACA CLASS.

to believe that there tor always on duty. In a word these; four to five hundred dollars a -- -, _.. -

'. ''la. :front .of us and back of us offices will be the equal in every way car: peaches, three" hundred and fifty Judge W S.: Bullock and sons, Wil-

.?uBels! to beckon and drive us to of any city in the south. to four hundred dollars a car: cantaloupes liam and Julien. )Ir. and Mrs. L. R.

"1 Performance of bad deeds and evil There will be other changes and alterations three hundred to four hundred Chazal and (children Messrs. D. S.

lt but it js pretty to believeerBstands in the building, and when dollar a car; fancy tomatoes, three Wtdroand W. T. Gary, Mr. andMrs. Someoije Has Said

'On our right, a good completed will be by; all odds the hundred ,to three hundred and fifty G. R. McKean and Mrs. E. T :
1
"H'-waft .to the recording angel handsomest block in Ocala. dollars a, car. Helveston returned home Monday afternoon -

teo3. deed., and on our left an- Air- David S. Woodrow will haveVes 'Mr. Sutphin eeayc that these are the frum a visit to Wekiwa r

2 t ready with a tear of joy; in the building and :will be in most remarkable prices ver sent out Springs in Orange t-ounty. Cot O. T. I l-

mass to blot out every evil charge of the new Holder block. from New York city, and that the Green and Mr, Frank Harris came t

-. goadidiced that creep in to dis' ;Florida growers are strictly in it. home from Wt-kiwa Sunday

..' as soon as an In- From all over the state comes the They enjoyed their visit afterpoon'l It is the Dearest
: 5 Tepea&nce cry that violations of the law in one \ Thanks. ,
J f is shown, ant are all singing the prai WeI
'i-,?.sr L-, .- form or another, occurred in some kiwi Springs In the superlative degree. I': Sweetest, Prettiest, Cleanest ,

friend at our elbow suggests voting precincts in the primaries last Editor Appleyanl, of the Lake City Store
.. Have
Ever
t They S
the way to head off the week. Some effective means* ought to i Ind<*c, made a fine, square manly Floyd Chaille is about the happiestman :: ,' ?en. ,
"
_.,. & houses is for;the local met- adopted to stop this if we are to i fight for the nomination for railroad '. in town today, the cause being ., ., .

advertise liberally and get retain' the primary.-'-Lake City Index. !commissioners: and if the eTt*" i">- the arrival of a bouncing boy at his '"

?" themselves. It dues look No such cry is heard from Marion. l turns shall show that he has been defeated -< home last night. Coincident with the I ..4 ",at. .ol rrof. ,

."; of the successful' mail Here elections are held sacral and are. r it will be a defeat without discredit appearance of a little Chaille here t

: 'des., are- heavy advertisers always bonesUy"Onduct I It is very probable that Cot news is received that Mr. Lloyd Chaille. -
Guess Whose
Place
'<;. "5ean make it pay why not ----- I Appleyard would have been elected but brother of Mr.. Floyd Chaille, Is It Is. Oh,

\1 qe-.l.a,"t,,. As you move through life. let I for 1.he1't'p rt to.w-Mch industrious the father of a son born to him in ,

_- your .influence, be felt and 1.1)UI'iee circulation was given that he was "the Tennesoo'M t two weeks ago. of .k
., d4q Course You'd .It Is The
; .of cheap" newspapers Is raised in behalf of dumb animal I railroad candidate" and, although These brothers wen married on the Say

>":,:' .ian: end. The postofflce They suffer like you; they hunger and there wasn't" a scrap of testimony to I'same date.-Miami Metropolis. The

o'4eat b&S'deeidett to refuse sec- thirst and wish for kinder treatment support it that came to our knowledge fhaille twins as they are familiarly

: i; t&.1l ot Postage to papers They are helpless in the hands of the story doubtless turned the ..kn.wn."t"r fom1E'rlY're5idt'nts of 3

oes furnished below costJVmlI1DlS man. God gave us dominion over animate scale against hrm. It is one of the injustices this city. 3

Y ); to' secure sub that we might protect them and : in politics which the man who 0. K. GROCERY

4tfherd'' the result will be the, be aided and. made happy by them. seeks popular suffrage, is not infre- Mr. H. if. Flagter is now a citizen :

.< J papers run only for fle a lover of animals and help to pro- quently'the victim: of.-Live OAkem- of SL Augustine and that city is fe-

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TO CIVILIZATION. n.1u 1860 at her in- meats to.our-age and civilization. Long: were the rosjjvcolored'dreams of youth; t
_"i\ ?li j?...r it.; ffstigation'phe $* *8f. and that m / after atfis but a "darli '

: The follow Ins 1$ the/ tel1.nt':-4 ..oration '-. New.,YorV- legislature after the,,'.<' Temperance. Reform has .become ..... reality, Some,. one .has.. said. "Life i{. : rna HIe8/
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passed an act resigning to married. '&z matter of past history tons ; ness'
what make It. .so let us determineto''make'1t
delivered at the d ttngttx- we.
,_ women the control 'Of their earnings after the Woman's Question ':-has
; ercJsea of the ,Ocala High School by and the guardianship of their chil brought about the equality of men as like our fond imagination
pictures it as it Is :possible.. Jfot
i-;: Miss ,Fay Crlbbett. of Largo who re. dren. Since that time and as a resultof ,and women political social and financial .
that should it in the vain 'Last Fall
we spend writes Mrs. S. G.
celved the first honors. It was a splendid Alias Anthony's efforts, women have the name of Frances Willard will Bailey, of Tu.nelton .
; It been granted all the rights and privileges be remembered who her pursuit! of pleasure for 'life"Is real,., }{ W. Va. I
effort and gives us great pleasure as one gave life Is earnest" and we should ever was going down by inches"
: to reproduce It in our columns;, relative to "life, liberty, property life.. her talent, her enthusiasm to
All through the ages have been, sung and the pursuit of happiness:- make the -world wider for women and keep in view some purpose some goal from female disease, with great pain. After tai .,;:
torward
constantly
which our efforts shall -
c the deeds of valor, the achieve cmesnt :Miss Anthony strove for only one object better for humanity." Who does not ing Cardui Oh I
drive us. We must not be derelict MyHHowl was benefited \
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the, deeds of YaJ L.jhe achievements which ,she. did ,no obtain -a wan know 4fthat noble woman. :who ,frail '- - "-- -' --- '
and the accomplishments of man, but suffrage. She worked under the cour as she was. yet through her determI- on'the sea of life-not only uselessto am not well yet, but am so much better that I }
usrselves, tout the dread and destruction will
until comparatively recent years, :woman age of conviction and having outlived nation and love for 'humanity has accomplished keep Wine of Cardui "
: of others, but let us ratherbe on taking till I am
has been debarred from asslsj1ns the Jeers and derogatory t' remarks concerning so much and as a resultof perfectly
strong, staunch vessels, able to '
-: \in: the''great forward movement t her principles. stands as one: her labor we have the W.- C. T. U.. I cured.
J of the "A"orld-debarred by social retrictlons. of the must courageou figures of our an everlasting monument of her greatness weather every gale, and if we over

i by precedence, the -lawyer( It would be impossible for me take a less fortunate brother let usrescu'e Despite the envious attacks jealous

yould say. During this modern ..age L age.But we must hurry on to that field to enter into detail upon the remark- him and deposit him in some enemies '

: and in those countries In which .woman in which woman has wielded a mightier able career of this great and lovable safe port. Our goals may not be the and rivals, Cardui still holds supreme position '

; has been regarded as the "bet- weapon than the sword-the pen. woman and the'greatest tribute that same; very likely, they are not; but
ii ter half 'oilman" she has made rapid It has "been said that the novel is the could be paid her is that of her freind let us not grieve because we cannot today [as in the past 70 years] for the relief and

:; progress and I shall endeavor to thebe's only kind of literature in which women and successor, Lady Somerset: i realize the victory.. cure of female diseases. It stops pain
of my ability to illustrate tonight have been truly successful, and the "The men and women of the future tones up
what has been done by her in the var- most famous of novelists: Is Marian will look back over the pages of his- "Why thus longing, thus forever sighing the organs, regulates -

: ious field of enterprise, simply .rr- Evans: better known by her nom de tory where, written in golden letters, lIW AI>VICE
questing a little! patience should my plume, George Eliot. She was a shall stand the names of the true patriots For .the far-off unattained,. and dim, the functions, and aids Write us Jettor descriVUr !J
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While the beautiful y symptoms, ind we wU :
all 'round thee ,
feeling* on the subject counteract my woman of vast intellectual capacities of this age, and none will be free Advice,in plain sutei snveIo
in the
iy .Judgment combined with immense practical mdre clearly traced thereon that than lyIng replacement of The Aldress; Lades'Advisory Qrprtmetlt.* -

In the first place let me say that to knowledge, and these qualities are apparent of Frances Willard." Offers up its low perpetual hymn! a misplaced UOfa.Ch.atUnooJ&enD.. 101C4i ne

the mothers of the truly great men j all through her works. We learnto Another worker in this broad field Woulds't thou listen to its gentle organ.

and women is due the title of "theworld's love and sympathize with her char- of philanthropy is one who has accomplished teaching At
Every Drug Store in
greatest clvl1lurs"-those noble acters, and our interest' 'held by no much andyet in such away All thY' restless yearnings jt would $1.00 Bott1.CAHDUI .

;_ women who have devoted their sensational events; nor are we trans- that her "right hand scarcely still, -
I lives to the training of their sons and ported to another world where we knoweth what her left hand. doeth." Leaf and flower and laden bee are I WINE

daughters "in the way they should may behold the actions and lives of She is not one who practices charityin preaching
t go:" but I must limit my remarks! creatures of our imaginations? but weare a "Lady Bountiful" manner. Helen Thine own sphere, though humble,

;, mainly to those women who have accomplished existing In a real 'norlil ansl ii* MHlcr Svulii! fe&s jj.& a ausoess ot first to filL" OF .

some great achievement In are living the lives of real and noble, life on the doctrine that "surely the
Let us, then,. strive to be nol>K men
the various pursuits of life. though humble, men and women whenwe roots that have fixed: themselves the _J
; and women, to be heroes and heroinesin
-i It is a recognized tact that a woman read her novels. very core of man's being may be 51)culU'ated ;
in the political field is regardedby We have spoken of the best as :to grow up not into briejs the strife and to -

t I. many as "out of her sphere;" yet efforts made by women in prose but into, roses in the field of his.life" '"}i
she has proved 4n more instances than literature; but shall. me omit poetry and with this end- in view, she "So live, that when our summons '
It
has an unlimited amount of tact and which so many noble, inspiring and near the Brooklyn navy yard for the The innumerable caravan that moves ;..
--4 undoubtedly this trait forms an ImPortant therefore civilizing thoughts pass? "jackies" of Uncle Sam's warships. To the pale realms of shade where ,,""-

Item in the politicians require E. B. Browning answers "no!", and Here all the modern conveniences may each shall ,fake

m nts. In the sixteenth century there countless others reiterate the cry. In be had by the sailors almost for a His chambers in the silent halls .of

lived and ruled ni England that queen poetry as well as in prose the writer "song." In fact, it is a rendezvous death. Bilious ?
--1: who was popularly called. Good Queen must put into his work some zeal, made so attractive that the boy in We go not likf ,the quarry slave at .

-f Bess in other words, Elizabeth some interest-and what is more blue frequent it to the detriment of nightScourged
daughter of Henry the Eighth pleasant than E. B. Browning's pro- the saloons and gambling dens. But to his dungeon but. sustained The only sure cure foi,

1 and Anne Boleyn. Almost every ductions more ,pleasant for these very I hE'arou say, is this the sum total and soothed constipation Biliousness

_L t school girl and boy of more advanced reasons. Her writings are a reiteration of her achievements for the bettering By an unfaltering trust approach our that is pleasant
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years is well acquainted with her his- in verse of her own life and/thus are 'of humanity? Surely a few thousand graves natural

tory. The popularity of her reign has expressed with all the courage of conviction dollars spent in this enterprise wculdbe Like one who wraps the drapery of PP3IS and safe is t

: 'been attributed to the wise choice of which necessarily holds the but a pittance compared with her I his couch .. '%
her councellors who almost invariably attention of the reader.; Doubtless she millions you say-for now the world About him and lies down to pleasant I F-

--r conducted' the affairs of state in .the lacked patience restraint; and perfection judges all -things by the standard of dreams.." "'-- PAM.PILL5 __
most plausible manner and in her in form; but what genius the "almighty dollar" Have you ever _
A How-de-Do.)
long reign the true greatness of Eng What imagination! What passion! heard of the Gould railway system? Pretty AND TONIC PELLETS

: land began. The overwhelming of the What marvelous power of expression i' Needless to ask, for it stretches from _
;: Spanish Armada her alliance with the she possessed! "She has Pittsburg to Salt Lake City, from ChIcago In an article plainly inspired at the The Pills stir the lazy liver to

--: Hollanders, and with James I, of Scot ,. adorned English literature with poems to New Orleans. This little woman war department and written by "Dick- action-the Tonic Pellets clean j
: land. the rise of English letters which can never cease to 'be remembered has brought sunshine into the inson," we'find the following estimate

mark the reign of this popular English by a great and admiring poster lives of many of its employees by her of the powers, glories, and lasting all impurities out of the body, -

t sovereign. ity." No writer ever exerted a better, system of club houses, by her Young qualities of the three men who dispute so that the liver and all the
_ But we English speaking people are gentler happier influence, and truly Men's Christian Endeavor societies and with the giant life insurance compa- _

., occupied with ourselves, we iare Jp she worked',out -the. ,:purpose .poetry; by her personal interest for she sends nies the title of the "Big Three other organs act properly. I S

proud r of our. !'.. : the c,4&4Inee of &t"er nations* and beautifully conceived: *'To'console the twenty of these club houses have been years old when his present term ex / .

peoples.; We are rather surprised to afflicted to add sunshine to daylight erected and furnished with everything pires. Mr. Taft will be only fifty-two;
_ find that other countries; have produced by .making the happy happier. to teach conducive to innocent pleasure. The and 'Mr. Hoot will be sixty-four. They No Griping -. i / -

: as great and sometimes greater the young and gracious of every age Young Men's Christian association has will be the masters of the Republican W" S .-. .

men 'and women.. than we. IndeM, we to see, to think and feel and there grown to be a self-supporting organization party even after a new generation of NoPurgingj L

: .are Inclined-to doube.,:the- veracity of fore to become, more actively, and se-, and receives the approval of voters-th one that is now coming on:
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speaker or \triterho. Informs .us curejy virtuous." the employers as it promotes steady with its imagination inflamed by the just a natural and easy '

I r tijat Russia f" has had & representative. Closely allied ti>literature is art by characters in the men. She has an glories of Roosevelt-has taken the common- sense Treatment i S r
"woman, tooln the political arena. 'Cathi -. art be it understood, painting-for is active interest in .the' government as place of the present one. While in absolute which never fails \

acme II may, indeed. toe called the Elizabeth not literature word-painting? Our well and this led her to contribute sympathy personally, they rep- to cure. _
of Rus la. In fact. during her Raphael is the French celebrity, Rosa Large amounts ti> the soldiers' Aid fund resent intellectual variants that converge -'
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t reign.. Russia obtained a position oft Bonheur, whose work is widely known, during the Spanish-American war and at a common :point. and they will Special Offer. 1

much greater importance amons the t'speciall.her- ,''----"masterpiece.- jThe-a--Horse..,. also to the hospital fund. But the giving uo more than any other group of men
t? owe1't"4 FaTE" Her life work lay along the line of money: does not make one a philanthropist alive to hold the fighting line of .their Cut the "Little' Doctor" out ; .
The foundations were laid for theY I of depicting'animal and many ,,'e'ri: in the true sense of the party intact." and mail to us, with the '

1:. later system of colonization and va- the medals she received for her: 'pic word and Helen Gould should be In plain English, these three men name of your druggist and J

'rkms wars .were waged resulting: in tures. The Empress Eugenie further praised more for the time, talent and have conspired to hold the reins of, you may of the have Pills aWeek'sTreatmerit and Pellets- .i f ,

the acquisition of' much ter rtoT). rewarded her by 'granting. her, a membership sympathy she has bestowed than for government for another generation at I with our compliments. j
Catharine always ftxerted herself in to the Legion t>f. Honor, an the millions she has given away. least. In order to remain "masters of :

the interest' of the people, and, although exceptional reward. The popularity of = v the republican party," as they are at Ramon's Brownie Calendar-Free
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!'be was utterly: devoid of principles this artist is, so great that every aspir.. "The Holy Supper is kept indeed present, and to perpetuate "the gloriesof with Weather Forecasts and Almanac information. .
Given with
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) yet she )was a woman of ant in this field is assured her admiring your Mj
great by Inwhatso we share with another's Roosevelt Barnes and the whole purchase of Ramon's Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets.
__ ability and was entirely fearless. She friends that she will SOTC day need- brood of strenuosities and acrobats, political Brown -". "-.0'

):r. accomplished whatever she set in view,. become a Rosa r.onheur. Not that whkh we give, but what we and physical, Mr. Taft Is to b<- St. Louis.Manufacturing Mo. Creeneville.Company Tent*.
f although often by the most despicable But we have Rosa Bonheurs in music share. the next president because lIe "is not '"

1L: .means' ; yet the.end: Justifies' the means: the painting of, thoughts,,by meanssomidsnIusic1an For the .gift without the giver is bare." in sympathy with many: of the economic SOLD BY TYDINGS 4 COMPANY, OCALA, FLORIDA
c *ay* Escobar. L. f jjW8Prom ofc wh<| have stirred reforms that are being foughtby

such a woman trained in thousands by the magic of their art- What eulogy could be more acceptable his chief, notably railroad rate leg- : -
: the niceties of court intrigue to. musicians whohave moulded hearts than these words of Admiral islation and the inheritance tax." Mr -

8. little'peasant girl, but fifteen years j adamant into hearts of clay. What Dewey: "If ,the men of the American Roosevelt himself might encounter

-1- of age and ignorant .to a fitible de- wonder that the ancients conceivedof battleships had their way, there would trouble in raising money from the
-i greef, the world and Its'"ways; f-eems a god able to move the trees and :be a statue of Helen Gould on every trusts and In securing votes from the Ocala House Wine RoonS

$ at a casual glance rather' disparaging all Inanimate- objects.; by the strok1i4 .ir [fighting craft that flies the Stars and people on account of these proposed ) ,

_ leap. ;, .je- '. thewMs. .,. ...... ..not; \. such' a vast" liaudsacro.sthe tod.s* trlngs: Stripes; or these of a fireman upon : reforms, if he were -the candidate; but
difference'In:the 'result ;of the' labor* fit the lfrt'>! }Was Lorenzo fart.thoiigtnhesa1d .whose engine she rode thirty miles: "I Mr. Taft Would satisfy all men, all
1ng' Catharine jo.i f iV # i
f of llusisa" .
and Joan trusts
J'" \ .i" : have met the president of the United ,and many women who admirea :
u Ar<": What nobler example of patriotism The man that hath no musty in his States, but I never felt more highly fat man with a big mustache. Taftis ,'- : .. '-U-. .. TRYOUL.; > / I

I-: have we than this artless soul, honored in my life than when Miss therefore to be the candidate in ; j

French maid? Appearing -at "a-j 'time Nor is m9\'ed )by' .7< Joncord of sweet Gould stepped up (to the deck of Old 1908; and Roosevelt is to be secretaryof .- .: j

when the whole land of France was sound Forty-four?" state and from that perch is to see: ..

-; discouraged: with its seemingly futile Is fit for treason stratagems and Many I more could be mentioned that his policies are carried out by I

.fc-rnjijte! against the powers of the I spoils?" Clara Barton. Florence Nightingale, Taft until 1916, when he is again to )
English she infused new strength ''no I In the of the world's famous re-enter the White
-, I category etc.-who have spent their lives in House for eight.. '
the French armies and even led [ musicians Clara Schumann occupies "lending the helping hand" and to years more. He will then be only six- I 1 OLD llEGHANY 1
then in person. She succeeded ,in I an exalted position. At a very them are due the thanks lof an ever- ty-six and Taft will be only sixty. .
raising the sefge of Orleans a tnosi early age the marks of her genius appeared grateful posterity. eight will succeed him, and remainin -w -- I

-. daring accomplishment and at her and at present she holds the As I read of the lives and works of office for eight years more. By that ; : ... i
: Command the Dauphin was crowned enviable reputation of being both the these great WOl. (>n. I could not but time the new generation "inflamed by J !
king. She ,seemed about to accomplish wife of the famous Robert think the glories of Roosevelt" : :: -
composer what an example, what an Inspi- will have had < :;JI :I
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her mission of saving France from fun .. c.v I
Schumann and also one of the great- ration they should be to us, who are enough fOJ. one generation. We'll '
the hated English, but I hear, you say est pianoforte the world has get a t.'i '
players just at the "commencement" of the new deal then and wipe out > : : ;>: PURE
3: shel;Ud not achieve thl send during ever known. Those who heard her voyage of life. Rooseveltisra, Dingleylsm and triple- .. ,., RYE4 ;
her Ute" You are partly in the :'' :'.
right thought themselves transported to the headed bossism forever.To : t
and equally as much in the wrong. Elysian fields and drinking in the divine "Lives of great men all remind us, J !
L True. France was not delivered from the Trustees of c'I '
: melody from the barp of Orpheus We can make our lives sublime ,
the Ocala Presbyterian Church.
thraldom of England until years himself. I
: And departing, leave behind us Gentlemen ,
r after Joan endured the tortues at the There is another myth connected It is -
Footprints on the sands of time. our earnest wish to donate a '
stake but was M not her example. bet with music-the story of how the Sirens Footprints that perhaps another quantity of the L. & M. Paint to your Put up 4 full Qts
Influence Church and
Did ,not whlbrought her this about!' by the melody of their voices t Sailing o'er life's solemn main is to be painted.every church whenever-it
heroism pervade the lured sailors to destruction. Such a A forlorn and ship-wrecked 10,000 churches
brother painted with L. & in
j whole French
: populace. So the Maid I voice was possessed by the worldfamous Seeing shall take heart again. M. Fancy Cartoons

of OrleiJUng' to die for the cause singer, Jenny Lind. "whom to Let us then be up and doing Barrows & Peck. Montpelier, Vt, -
L f>l her country and her I Writes "School House No. 1,
principles, willover know was to love A Swede by birth. I paint-
With Delivered
: a heart for .
___j any fate. led with L. & M., two coats. Used on- at
serve a* an
e.rnpie of heroism
she inherited the intense
feeling of Still achieving, still pursuing. five gallons L. & M. mined with your
for the succeeding ages. melancholy characterizing the nativesof Learn to labor and to waif I;. nine gallons oiL Paint cost only 97 1-2
These women represent the -political that country, and so far was this cents a gallon." Express Office ma
readers and patriots of earlier L. & :M. Zinc hardens the L. & M.
that she
years developed Invariably swayedher
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Nothing could better express the White Lead and makes the paint .
-1, but we hav as renowned leaders at audience, often drawing tears feeling which should animate like iron. wear
the present time who stand fpr somewhat Her life too was so beautiful and usefuL this immortal of us than A. 0. Hunt Riley. Mich. fl'
poem
Longfellow's.We .

I c a.oa_f.fold._loom__different 6 _appropriate____._ Ideas L. at,and this.. principles.point to say It that"The we feel choir she invisible.has joined world are seems on the'beautiful threshold to of look life upon: the; years now Writes ago "Painted with L. &my 1!.residence Looks-- w'll.. _15- S J For $3.30. I I

concerning the great Whose music is the gladness of the all things seem' good; let us not lose Sold by Mclver & MacKay, Ocala,
champion of Florida. -
_ Woman's "
Rights-Susan world.
our faith in -
i'L man: -

rity inent Anthony of in recent ante-bellum Miss years Anthony but days.she For is-wai'no prom-celeb- been We the thus contributions Fee how remarkable of women have to And"Better'Weep trust that all trust and and be deceived that deceiving will Hon.be a Hunt candidate Harris for, president$1-Key of Weal the, Regular $ .{)O a Quart Whiskey; write fort i

a vocation civilization in these various fields,but senate and Hon.
she Syd L. Carter of
_ IIn.. school chose and that here of shewas teach she"seems to have been "nobly planned Than doubt.. one heart that if believed Gainesville for speaker: of the house. Complete Price list.
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men for performing the same daunts her, c. worL She goon gave up school teach make her more determined only serve to i Let us not make life too prosaic. In northwest quarter of southwest quar House Wine Rooms. ;
and when
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interest of much inclined to forget the make me an offer.
: women :mIlt) !r rihts the names of these reformers and her- tiful and lovely; and we begin beau-j Miss.Address D., C:::. Alexander 5-18-3m., Shaw, OCALA, FLORIDA.

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..MEETING OF THE STATE PRESS I I must confess that the world-notwithstanding -' as it ever was. I I times. The only difference is that his critics and I think you can all and have the king's beautiful daughter -'
% '. f | ASSpCIATION.. the disfiguring attri- An editor must not live in a shelL "graft" seems greater now because It is readily see its application to the 'edi in marriage- Then,' said the artist -
t : ;. butes here given to man-looks enchanting Besides studying and reading, he must so-quickly exposed and largely by the tor. The allegory referred to Is as I claim the reward end he exhibited -
5,. (CONTINUED 'FROM PAGE .2.)' study people and things. He must be help of the editor. follows: the picture In all Its lights at
to
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Behold' the picture! in touch with people as well as with Innovations all through our history "A celebrated artist painted a picture once and the"picture was a true trans-
events and be warmed and strength- have been stubbornly opposed and and declared that there was hot parent .white. And the king made a:
;t.tr tiday: a ost'1tJr the speed of the Majestic mountains, gentle valleys, ,
, : sunsets, ened by the touch. prejudice is the most active weaperi a subject in the kingdom who could decree that no subject should ever report -
.ijven sloping landscapes gorgeous
, .!. >lons-that lie hasicreated. the azure blue of the heavens'studded Mr. Addison in the "Tatler" says used against them. When' the sewing tell Us true color. The king selected upon the color of a picture until IE'
ji Slice"the compietionlof the,printing with myriad stars, the roar, the ebb that reading is to the mind what exercise I machine was invented it was thought what he considered his most expert he had seen It In all its lights and
t iJr ss-the Archlmedian lever that ismoring and flow of the ocean the babbling I is to the body and -Mann, in that..,it would put all the needlewomenout servant, and sent him to examine the from all directions"X
.the world'to almost undream- brook, fragrant tree shrub and flower his.lecture on "Education" has the followIng of employment and when,the type- picture. The artist exhibited it, andit
'.4 of heljhtB-:his progress has been lowing herds and waving grain, to to say on this subject: "Whata setlng machine was introduced into. was solid green. The servant returned RURAL ROUTES; DO THEY HELP
[88lwUCas, if touched by at, magic me a picture enrapturing in its wonderful, what an almost magical our offices it was thought that the to the king and. said: Tour THE LOCAL PAPER?
bind.H ,boon, a writer of great genius confers printer's ocupatfon, .like Othello's majesty the picture green-green as
beauty.I (By T. J. of
Appleyard Lake
?, has girdled the earth with elec- optimistic enough to believe upon us when we read him intelligently. would be gone, but these dire predic- fresh foliage of the full-fledged spring- City) a'
Ie wires on which speed messages that am in time the whole earth, and not As he proceeds from point to pointin tions did not materialize. These inventions time. If it be not so, your servant is Members of the Florida Press Asso
TYza,.one to another In the course of selected spots will become a paradise, his argument, we seem to be carried and Indeed, all inventions, instead willing not to live till the trees shall elation, Ladies and Gentlemen:
[wgalar business transactions as quick "fruit" will be "forbidden" the from hilltop to hilltop, where throughan of being hurtful have been :help- bud again. That the king might be assured I have decided to make my subject
,j as the lightning's flash; he has phono- newspaper'no will be "the tree of knowledge .. atmosphere of light, far and wIde, ful to those who labor. his first servant was right, he "Rural Routes; Do They Help the Local
Raphed the human voice and made ," and In 'purity and simplicity above and below we gaze in admira- Mr. Macauley England's great his- sent another trusty servant, and the Paper?" a little broader and shaft
..(the means of giving instruction and every man an Adam and every womanan tion upon the CGoldsmith beauty and granduer of torian, says that we cannot close our artist exhibited to him the picture include in it, as briefly as possible,
,delight at social gatherings; he- has Eve. the scene." eyes to the fact that those inventionsthat and the color was perfectly yellow; "and the advertiser, with some of Itsadvantages
converted the waste places into bloom- said that "in a polite age abridge distance have done most and the servant ,returned to his, maSter to the public at large"
Ind' orchards and the deserts into Following Mrs Harris' reading a solo almost every person becomes reader for the civilization of our species. and said: 'Your majesty, the pic- First of all let me give you a little
floWer, gardens;' he has made nutri- was rendered by Sirs. Byrne and an and receives more instruction from They have added to the comforts and ture is yellow-yellow as the seared history. Hon. Thomas E. Watson of
[tlous foods and palatable fruits of encore vociferously demanded by the I the press than from the pulpit. the conveniences of the human race leaves of 'the full frosted autumn.; If Georgia, originated the idea of rural I
lld 1 herbs and berries; he has assumLflomlnlon. : enthusiastic 'audience, Dawson In his address on "Openingof and while we inveigh against them it be not so,'your servant ,is willing to routes, for the benefit of the agricul-
over steam electricity Talented and eloquent Editor Joe the Birmingham Free Library" said none of us have any desire to returnto fall when the leaves shall falL* The tural classes. The service started October
4 other forces of nature and made H. Humphries, of Manatee, was next "the man who reads is the man of the mode of travel of our grand- king, perplexed sent a third servant, 1st 1896 with one route from
.J them i subservient to his needs the same called upon and delivered a brilliant lofty thoughts and elevated opinions." fathers. In regulating rates and other- ad the artist exhibited the pictureto Uvula, one from Halltown. and three
|ts beasts of burden; he has measured ex-tempore address on the question of 4'his indeed, is the consensus of wise controlling these swift carirersof the servant and it was solid blue. from Charlestown, all In West Virginia
the distance to the remotest stars and "Whether or Not an Editor Should thJught of all the master ,minds of our persons and our commerce it And the servant returned to the king At that time carriers were paid
{Plated, the' earth in a balance and Hold Office," ancient and modern times and now isthe duty of the press to see that it and said: 'Your majesty, the picture! one hundred and fifty dollars a year,
:I'elghed it; he tells of*the coming and This delicate subject he ably and more than ever, do we need men of Isdone In wisdom and. in tolerance. blue-blue as the azure heavens when but before the close of that' year the
zbe:> goings of the winds and has made adroitly handled. brains and lofty ideas to cope with: our 'The press, -indeed, should approachthe there is not a fleece of cloud to darken salary was raised to three hundred dol-
11., to growing of crops largely independ- :Miss Harris, of the Ocala Banner complex machinery of government .As discussion of all great questionswith its eternal beauty. If it be not so, your lars. In 1898, there was expended $50-
rut of seasons, and he is only now at then read 'the following: inventions multiply, means of locomo- candor fairness and. toleranceand I servant is willing never again to look: 241.06 and 148 routes were In opera-
tion become greater in demand and from 'all of view-not only I those blue heavens.: And sO the
f" e -threshold of his discoveries tni.Tuttons poits upon tion. In 1905 there :was expended $20,-
and achievements. THE EDITOR WHO READS comercial life more intricate we have measures but public men as welL At king continued to send one 'after ano- 874,618.75. and there was in operation _
fully realizing his .dual nature AND THE EDITOR WHO DOES greater need of wise councellors. The some time in his life the integrity of ther, until he had sent six Servants, 32,655 routes. Coming down to Florida,
becoming more and more con- NOT READ. rate bill that has been agitating con- loyalty: of neraly every public man has and each reported a different color. the salary of the rural carriers in this
' !o1JS # his kinship to God it Is not gress for so long as a proof in ques- been questioned. It w& so in the The king, greatly perplexed, com- alone last year and this amount to }40->
'taU'easona.ble to believe that his conprerslon Members of the Florida Press Association tion. See how widely our great states- founding of the government and con- j.manded that the artist should bring 000 in round numbers. In Columbia
and redemption of the world Ladies and Gentlemen men differed as to the best way to tinues so even unto this day. the picture before :him in the palace county alone, about $10,000 of Uncle
be *o great that he will make pos- I have been selected to read a paperon regulate our railway traffic rates. Re- It is said that unjust critisism sent j And the artist brought the picture and Sam's money is left with us each year.
seble, the 'prayer-"as it is In" heaven;' the ""Editor :who reads and the Editor publicans differed with republicansand Albert Sidney Johnson to his death. showed It to the king, and behold, rt Next year I am informed by Mr. Brit-
,-;Ia, this work', of progress, purification who does not Read. democrats with democrats and As peerless a man as was Robert was still Another color-a perfect red! ton, superintendent' of the service -
and redemption the preys, 1* it I can scarcely conceive of the editor this is only one phase of our commerciallife E Lee did net escape the shafts of And the king said: 'All my servants In this state, Alashua county will '
tertob, Its. part' boldly, courageous- who does not read as it seems to me that is so rapidly undergoing trans- suspicion and doubt and at one time have reported falsely* and they shall receive about $8.000 in salaries for the ,
.: b, fearlessly and., rightly, must yield that an editor ought-not only to' read formation.As or another every man in public life die!' *Wait said the artist and he carriers there. The balance Is distributed .
&.Potent influence, on every subject Inorder to keep in the congress of, the United has had his rest disturbed by detrac- showed the pictrue again, and true Jn the various counties throughout -
; ._ abreast of the times, but that he States, so In our state legislaturesthese tors and false accusations.It enough, it was a solid green. 'One the state. :Does it pay to have the
:; ).m Ckrenland's-.Icy mountains should read every side of a subject so new questions are constantly should be the minion of an en- of my servants has reported truth- government expend ten thousand dollars -
From India's coral strand/ that Tie can diseuss.$.Intelligently questions coming up and it is the duty of the lightened educated and toleran pressto fully tl*en.' said the king, 'and shaff per annum among the merchants
Where* .Africa's sunny fountains of public moment., An editor editor to-discuss all questions intel- correct this great eviL Jive. But the others shall die.-'Wait,' and. business men generally? -
should master all sides a subject before ligently and in such, a way as to allay The late lamented Benjamin H. said the artist and he showed the pic- One argument used against the rural .
sand-m. ,undertaking to mould public opin- prejudice. Hill of Georgia, was, like most men ture again, and it was a beautiful yel delivery service is that the gov-
_'\F'rom many a palmy plain ion. He. should not let prejudice gov- There is widespread opinion that thereis in public life under theselRjust sus- low. And again, and it -was a solid ernment 1a put to a big expense, and
They call us to deliver ern him. more wickednesS in the world now :pislons. His loyalty to his party was blueand again and again, till he went the tax payer asks "Do I jay any portion -
' /..Their land .from, error's chain. Prejudice-that satanic stumbling than at any other time and a great questioned and industrious efforts were through all the colors. The king more of it?" Of course you do. When
block that in all ages has stood with many people believe that "graft"*, is !made to defeat him for re-election to than ever perplexed offered a rewardto t you buy tobacco or cigars or "booze,,"
:f though the spicybreezes unruffled front In the pathway of humane peculiar to the politics of our times II the United States senate. In address any subject in his kingdom who or anything else with an internal rev...
.Blow swift o'er Ceylon's Isle and-1ntenectual progress-has but the weel read man knows that this ing the legislature Senator Hill made would explain the mystery of the picture enue stamp attached, or when you purchase
Though', every prospect pleases>. always been the world's worst enemy is not true. Jefferson's "Letters" are I use of a very beautiful allegory which and tell its true color, declaring he a postage stamp or:a postal .
; 4 only man is vileJ and today this-monster is as harmful replete with the debaucheryof his I was Intended to typify the Injustice of should received into the rayal family (CONTINUED ON PAGE 11.)

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FULL SYNOPSIS OF THE RATE pipe lines and express and sleepingcar
ON 'THE \ pebbles are 'THE PRIMARYCAN' .

THE OCALA BANNERFRANK i surface. In diving, one.,. BILL. companies' under the jurisdiction ;"$

Th editor of at a time. Major i* of the act are generally regarded as a He cometh up like a

I quantity of these peb Few 9f our. readers. ...i11. perhaps: ;' distinct gain. The free pass ,provisionsalso retireth from the fttt: ,
: HARRIS, Editor. turned from a trip -0 race buzt -"
I a chemist in Phila take the trotiLle to wade through the are along the right line; and the friends fill him with
_: 1 P. y.. Leavengood Business Manager. Wekiwa Springs wire that they clause which prohibits the railroads !a.l
? ) :.. .. Next to the ; a full text of 'the rate bill; 'sowe( print atmosphere. He sweUetb 1i4 0 s;
( dealing in such 'general commodities
and T -
cent phosphate rem and thinketh 4
the
h a, the Wekiwa is ( for their 'benefit a complete synopsis I 'World tsmll lor... ,
coal will with
{ property at once, but as meet general th L-i1:
upon
t4 ;,, E____.._ picturesque streams pebbles come per- of it: popular- approval. over with humor.mankind He*a 1 'I
.'. the Wekiwa springs be known. Section 1 .specifies; that the provisions The bill Is now in the hands, of a children and kU th

., holds a close second 'made to build hard .of the rate bill shall include, any conference. Just what ,features it may scattereth hh \1- }
r- among innocent '
& and the Apopka and Orlan corporation, 'or any person engaged In lose, or what, may be added to It before .cheweth babes '1I
favor of.the. .former. the transportation.oil..or.other commodities : a clove"when he 1 e
Springs, and when this the house and senate reach a final
preacher,
p and as he
Before the add to their popularity, except water and except natural agreement and it is ready for the he con """' }
him standeth
thp Wekiwa river, many winter visitors or artificial gas. by means of pipe president's signature, it. is impossibleto curbeth tils to the t ieewa."t

ha, was navigated: b in their automobiles lines. It further specifies that "the" bill, predict' In its present status, however bit. Ha breath as With i,T
goth
supplleda.large. with the beauties shall cover express and .sleeping car it is substantially as outlined late at home to his we'. 0
with the every night with beery
at the hotel for i companies.It above. breattcold :
!
life. We mention feet. He riseth -,
periods. gives the commission jurisdiction up betw

some idea of its size.It has certainly got a over swetches, spurs,. tracks, and terminal WILL COST NINE MILLION. and.'hiketh forth without hft ;
is formed by fast saying, -I go to see d
property, and one that facilities used or necessary in a ina'
flows for a :; 'in value from year to the transportation of "property; also The Jacksonville News Bureau deadbeat lieth in wait andPu.. 1
: Motto: The Banner believing thoseat in a northeasterly leg to a queen's taste. '
: He
freight depots, :yards; and the 'term quotes Mr. V. P. Keller, the civil en- ta.1et-.tt -
the top well able to take care of ties into the St. shall include and lie, but before election tima

... themselves, has taken its stand in the The banks are and the Orange orange counties groves other transportation vehicles of carriage irrespective cars gineer, as sayipg that the scheme will neth short on nails. He giveth!&' r

and palmetto : cost $9,000,000. ly to the church .he
'; barricades with the common people. press rehabilitated, and of ownership or. contract, and all ser- subscribeth &

:: and its fight will be made for the' betterment tooned with moss now in full bearing vices in connection with the receipts,, "Ir. Chas. A. Ohoate, head of, the bureau sum to the band cofltrtbutepoor to
look of almost whose barn :
of those at the bottom.' are also In fine condi delivery, elevation and transfer in says: / was burned, he
On its banks eth a small keg hither _
1 ... are are busy shipping transit, ventilation, refrigeration or' "Among the numerous affidavits 'filedIn and 4 I&r '
of shell supposed thither, he yieldeth
and watermel- icing, storage and 'handling-of 'proper. the drainage tax litigation in the up his .U'b
FRIDAY JUNE 1 1906
there by the with'apparent
: denotes "better ty transported. It makes it the dutyof federal court is 'a, very comprehensiveone alacrity. After, ,
advent of the white election he
goeth
every carrier: to provide and furnish by Mr, V., P. Keller, mentionedin ibehtad the bara
r Plant sweet uotatoes and plant them tern hemisphere kicketh himself and tea.reth
this section seems; such transportation upon reasonable the pamphlet answering Governor IlIa
c : it now. what a royal time and called Mmself
and to establish Broward's a Rotter_
requesttherefor 'Open Letter and containing -
t on this enchanted --- .
'.. through rates and just and reasonable the most -
complete exposition
The socialists in Duval yet Marked
county have and wild fowl in Difference,
Senators. v rates applicable thereto. given of the obstacles to fee I ,
\ nominated a full ticket While the deer overcomein ";
abundant the It prohibits the issue or ,giving any effecting the drainage and reclamation Every democrat In
1. is hot senate will be as fol- interstate free ticket, tree or of the FJorid 'I1ll\-i
? Tampa having politics. Its fish and the pass everglades.. Mr. Kelleris fleet with profound satisfaction
municipal election is I. tree transportation 'for passengers, except a civil engineer and mechanical -
? on. engineer the marked
I a distance of four difference between t32
Miller of this Thomas F. West, of to ,employees, surgeons- physi by profession, a graduate of mary of this
,
year and
4 that
: Mr. Thomas A. Edison baa found cians, actual and bona fide attorneys:, the Nautical school of Lltltz has had o f
four of
; trout fine years ago. Grafting'
? cobalt in. several of the John S. Beard. of by rcf
.counties of and members of their Immediate families extended practical experience in mining political barnacles
there the river audidistinctly
I North Carolina.- ,; ministers of religion, inmates of: railroad and drainage engineeringwork "bunia"'ij
excesisve rains and
-John Neel, of West- discouraged by aSc(
: The word "obey" has' been dropped so fine. We charitable and eleemosynary institu ,- was for several years assistant: candidates, .and the pickings Were tit
O. T. Green each tions; ex-Union and ex-C nfederate engineer, under the late James M. and small for these
: from the Presbyterian marriage cere- of chronic l
L. Wilson
-C. ,
soldiers; and to.owners and attendantsof Kreamer, chief engineer of the Atlan-
mony. good sized ones. men. "Mud-slinging": was
We indebted live stock when traveling with such tic and Gulf Coast Canal and Okee- 1:0

J W. C. G. Kilgore will again 'repr- the rive are to Maj. J. Alford, of Car- stock.' Any carrier violating this pro chobee Land Company, and resided ousiy public absent was spared in most the localities spect.\dei, &il4 3,

I- \.1 sent Sumter'county In the Florida leg- voting his life in of vision is subject to a penalty of not at Kissimmee for -period of about: two or 'more democratic rtv ,,
James E. Broome, $
,islature. In his case a faithful public friends. less than $100 nor more than $2,000. fourteen y arg.. He thus became exceptionally office Indulging In personalities:
t- '" 'haj Any person who solicits or accepts or: and professionally "- familiar _
servant been rewarded. Judge W. S. )
cerning each other. It
was,
-Park M. Trammell, prsct$
: uses such free transportation is sub with all of the
; l recently come into physical conditions ly, a "clean contest,"

How long will.,the state democratic Wekiwa springs:! and ject to ,a like penalty. existing in and near the everglades, consideration and on purely eonduct..ed'f

w ; executive committee perpetuate their ing it and is busily -John W. Henderson, Section 1 further provides' that from a part of his duties for at least twelv lines. St Augustine Record legittmq

__ lease of office, and why were not new fort to make .it a and after May 1, 1908, it shall be unlawful years being the accumulation and .j
W, K. Jackson, of
members*voted for in the last pri.Ic' .the pleasure and for 'any common carrier to classification of every species of in- Hon. Bourke Cockran. of New J,

.mary? ing" both the I -Charles L... Leggett, transport from any state to any other formatinon concerning that entire region than, whom no man.1s| better pt.

state any article or commodity, other with a. special view to its drain-, says that since the, Spanish-A

:{ : The agricultural appropriation bil:I sons.He has just than timber and the manufactured age _and reclamation. Having also secured war,' the United States govenmeatfilj

'just' reported to the senate carries which js built and -James, E. Crane' products thereof, manufactured, minedor all available information concerning spent. one billion. of dollars for'nas .
_ \ : >> 17,715.000, an increase of $223,560 over produced ,by it or under Its author ""
the
fort and plans'or Intentions of the purposes. One billion dollars! si
the amount carried by the bill it L -A. J. Wilburn of
as- large and airy, ity or which it may own in whole or in drainage commissioners, Mr. Keller this naval extravagance and ma&Ibj

_ passed the house. das, and we know -F. M.. Hudson, part or in which it may have any: speaks with absolute unimpeachable has been going. on ever since the j&

The leading secret societies o( our Ideal 'for an outing. Interest, directly or' indirectly, exceptsuch professional authority concerning the mation of the government Eni1u

The property articles or commodities as maybe : same. has been the
money wasted on
navti
; county continue to increase in mem- -F. P. Cone, of:
> bership. There: la something in a dred acres and necessary for its own use in the "Mr. Keller has made careful esti- have macadamized a road betT

ir ;" > ,<.secret 'organization that strongly. ap- is a charming spot. -J. B. Crews, of: conduct of its business as a common mates of what it would require to reclaim every important city in the Units}

=r"peals to a married man., declivity from the carrier. the only portion of the ever- States. In the appropriations tt3

--, covering a distance -Thomas S. Davis, It provides that any common carrier glades which he \regards as worth reclaiming vast- sums there is "a nijjer Zn.G

I A, town,, is nothing apart from its yards, and the shall promptly upon application of any viz.: What is known as the woodpile." Beneath these appropri

citizens. "'No matt-er"what possibilities Is fifty-two feet Newland shipper tendering interstate traffic for "big sawgrass," lying near and on the. tions will be seen the "steel 'tnzst,.tp
-J. R. ,
k there are. for a place if the spirit of springs. There is ;| transportation construct, maintain and south and southeast of Lake Okee- beneficiaries of these, ever ,accumu.!

L- 'the citizens is not one of progress and I palmettos and the -Louis C. :Mas operate upon reasonable terms a chobee; which he insists must be done ing appropriations. "National IP

p enthusiasm, the town 'WIll go dead. giant oaks and switch connection with any private so. as to control the water of the lake priations for good roads" should bets t

Intensely tropical -D. H. Baker, of side track where such connections are by means of a* levee about eighty miles slogan of every citizen living IB.|.*J
i + some magnitude, of the growth of Maj. Stelnmitz, reasonably practicable and will fur- in length, with a system of canals (for interior throughout the United Staift"

) the Christian Endeavor society can. man, of nish sufficient business to justify the irrigation as well as drainage) traversing --

i ;'I. be seen from the statement that 4n springs by accident district-N. R. Carter, construction and maintenance of the the Big Sawgrass; and he esti- Mr. R. Hudson Burr says that....

;4 this country alone there has been a fishing trip district W. M. Gir- same; and shall furnish cars for the mates the cost of the levee at 1.038 does not hesitate to state thit Z.

gain in ,membership, of $0,000 during! was so charmed by movement of such traffic to the best 787, and the cost of the canal systemat Thos. J. Appleyard is the c&ndl&tf-

1 the last six months springs and the i"a district> -L N. Withers, ofits ability without discrimination 'in $8,774,390 making a total of of the Florida East Coast railwayup -

has remained there favor of or against any such shipper. $9,813,177. The portion thus reclaimed secretly and cIandestineiy.OcaBanner.
_ Mr. Thomas Watson who in our the winter Section 1 further that it
during provides
.fry: v. belongs to the state, and is now covered '
district-W. Hunt
la of
opinion one the greatest of the
more delighted shall be the duty of carriers engagedin
\\ by almost 'impenetrable growthof And if -Mr. R. Hudson Burr saM
:great of the state of Georgia .
: many men -
and visitors a. trip. interestate commerce to give equally sawgrass from five to fifteen feet he simply lied. That's the k>nr -
district S. W. Clark
-
here last
was week and when '
Weklwa. He has P good service and accommodationsto Inheight, the bed of muck on whichit short of it-Lake City Index. !
last seen our own Mr. John N. C.
_ '' Stockton was "telling him aII'about.it." turkeys and district-E. S. Grill of all persons paying' the same compensation grows being from 12 to 16 feet in Mr Burr made the charge openijShis !

ii Jacksonville Floridian. score for interstate transportation depth above the rock bottom. 'Beyond Ocala speech. He said A pleya.i

Regularly every district-Joseph H. ol passengers. this, to the southward is the vast was not -worth $200. yet was spn4n!

i '' .Now is the time to acquire that long out a bucket of Bradentown. Section, 2 provides for the printingand level plain of the "Lower Glades" only. hundreds, of dollars in his camp

desired home In Florida. No man can for his pets and to district-Frank W. posting of rates. No change shall four or five feet above the sea ,level for the nomination. ":
-""
h1* "- from the woods be made in the rates which have been ")
and largely affected by the tides from .
ever; hope to amount to ,really much in yrna.
f this'world until he has permanently grounds is a novel district-,E. E. Ca- ,filed and published, except after thirty the Atlantic, with muck surface varying ,!'
where else to be days' notice to the commission and the
i himself 4n depth from to three feet
fastened one
to the soil. And the .
price of soil in Florida is going .more: where else in Frank Adams, public. above the rock foundation. ;
and more beyond you every day of The flock of Every person or corporation, whether "Concerning the drainage proposedby FACE[ A AND D A ARMS

*; 7olI1fe. about seventy-five -Lewis W. Zim, carrier or shipper, who shall knowingly 'the drainage commissioners, Mr.

:____________-- tame as the and willfully offer, grant or give, Keller says: flf' the plans describedare
:
.' The word "woman" has come to take many as a dozen district-H. H. Mc- or solicit, accept or receive any such carried out, the reclamation of the
at the same time rebates concession or discriminationshall All B BROKEN K[ OUT
the place of'"lady," so that It is now everglades will npt be accomplished,
I>better form
i 4. : young lady. The theatrical people are now setting and BROWARD. shall be'punlshed by a fine of not less agricultural proposition.' With reference -

i-: -' have, accordingly, dropped "leading; gobblers. They are than $1,000 nor more than $2,000; provided to the proposed drainage, in da- ..1"

lady" and say "leading woman." After bronze in seems to be 'im that any person or any officers tail, .Mr. Keller also says: TroubledAlmost a Year-PhjaJ

; a while general usage will get back others suc edt d in and the newspa- or directors of any corporation subjectto "'An ocean canal from Lake Okee-

b. from ':*ash lady" to ''washerwoman." shot pictures of he has appeared, that: this act or the act to regulate commerce chobee starting ata.. point about clans Did No Good-Complex!.!

Then it may be expected that the The waters of the drainage matter and the acts amendatory there twelve miles south of Pelican bay, to Now Perfect and Skin Soft'WbJJt: ]
very similar in of, or any receiver, trustee lessee
,
usage will change again.-Gainesville right.-Tampa Herald. New river on the east, coast would be
Sun. in this county and this. Leon county agent, or person acting for or em- fifty-two miles in, length. This route and Velvety Tennessee Lady J

I' ___________ of sulphur as only county in the ployed by any such corporation, who I was surveyed by me in the summerof i

: 'w The Daytona Gazette Is authority for Suwannee, but drainage schemewas I shall be convicted, shall, in additionto 1892. and the estimates showed that i

i 'the statement that the ,Southern Express bathing facilities. issue. Months before the fine herein provided for be liable there would be four million cubic "HIGHLY RECOMMENDS :f

company has Issued orders to its not so large an so announced and L to imprisonment in the penitentiary yards of rock to be removed at the '

c agents to deliver no shipment of whiskey the springs being : for the senate,, for a term of, not exceeding two south end, the remainder being muck. CUTICURA SOAP1!]

or other liquors absolutely safe for years or both such fine and imprison-
to persons indry I Rawls and John W. Samples of this rock were sent to numerous -4
_ towns in Florida, where the shipment'was never been an this the special fea ment, in the discretion. the court dredge builders, but I have l ling

made by a saloon in Florida. For a number of of the county Section 4 provides that the commis- never heard the result. I doubt, however "I had been troubled with a br i-l

}' This will rejoice the souls of the liquor; mitz had the became intensely sion is authorized and empowered, as: that the reports were favorable, out on my face and arms for alsa*t

men of Valdosta and Savannah. but ing his tenure had ; : matter; visited the it shall be its duty whenever, after as the rock is so hard that it will a year and had the services of sevew,

will break the hearts and pocketbooks houses and a L took part In the dis full ,hearing upon a complaint, it shall: batter the pole of an ax if struck physicians, but they didn't seem to d l

of' those_ in Jacksonville, Pensacola, houses to the weight of his be of the opinion that any of the rates with It. This route was also rejectedon any good. Some time ago one of II11j

i Tampa and Miami.-Jasper News. in which to spread drainage candidates. charged 'are unreasonable, unjust or the ground of Without friends recommended Cuticura to 1J1B..1
expense.
I secured and after using it se
case of rain, administration unjustly discriminatory, to determine some, r i
can having -data
at hand. I
-r The Sun should judge era! nttiihs I was completely cUr .1
Publishing Company of: pavillion is now and prescribe what will 'be the
of the last legisla just '
the cost of this' canal would approximate I can highly recommend Cuticura Sos?j!
Jacksonvile has purchased the. controlling for roller skating, popular, carried I and reasonable rate, to be thereafter $2.500.000.' as being the very best eofliPlSoap ii
interest of the is altogether .
Capital Pub in the county, in observed in such cases as the maxi- "And this is the canal which the made. It creates a perfect f0 m-1

lishing Company at Tallahassee and people and for vote was eleven. He mum to be charged. The commission L drainage board proposed to begin plexion, leaving the skin soft, whiU"l

hereafter the business will, be directed Marvelous stories one-fourth of the may also, after hearing on a complaint,, work on*, and for which and velvety. I now use Cuticura Sospj

.' by the new management The briliant rative powers of establish through routes and joint; Qf the I. I. fund have the trustees all the time and recommend its use**!
been
building
L'Engle and the famous springs. friends." Maud 1 1
cartoonist, candidates for the rates as the maximum to be charged L dredges at Fort my Loggins,
Taylor. are the leading spirits of the Genei&l Bullock I one chosen being and prescribe the divisions of such Lauderdale. R. F. D. No. 1, i!
Sun Publishing Aug. 1, 1905 Sylvia: ,Teat-1
Company, and this congress, was ; and the only rates.It How They Do Things in Kentucky.

movement means a new order of things disorder which advocating the is provided that no injunctions, --- '
t
:, '. at the state capital. The the most celebrated
daily edition received only interlocutory order or decree suspend- A late special from Mayfield, Ky., to I I"I
; .<, of the Capita will be suspended and visited some of ing or restraining the enforcement of the Courier-Journal says: ANOTHER CURE i
'' the weekly without
,i Capital tIeaUy"improved.1. hopeless springs -despair '' political cyclones and I an order of the commission shall be "Lying on the floor In various postures have used the Cuticura

.. 1' disastrous result granted except on hearing after not and just as they had fallen each Toilet !
Going Back for than
on Its Own. effects of the water II less Soap more a year, ;
than
J Vc .ical and in a. been ,recorded in the five days' notice to the com with a bullet wound which had caused beautifying, and / Of1i Of1icleansmg
very mission. An
Two steam dredges for the, Panama plete and permanent in Florida. I appeal may be taken from ,death three men were found tonight the skin, it cannot be excelled. I 1

canal have been any interlocutory order or decree In the storeroom of Mark Wiisnn. nno been trying for a long time to get SMB ;
purchased abroad at It is told that an ---- ---
editor of the mf'1and ::
1on.
granting or
'an
S continuing injunction of the dead men in Lynnville. thing to take the pimples off
a saving of between, $60,000 and 70. den and almost bent News, does not feel in any suit, but shall lie .only to the filled the 1"Ooon.a.nd was Smoke since using Cuticura Soap I find Of;J:
000. slowly
.: A great howl, has been raised matism. was taken his defeat for the supreme court of the United States. out of the windows. Two curling it is the very thing for diseases of *1

by.the manufacturers against the action a cot and was recent primary. He Section 7 provides that any com both still revolvers, skin." G. W. Kingri. t

- ( of the government, and they eeen I once or twice dai buck up against rail- mon carrier receiving smoking from recent discharge Oct. 16, 1905. CadiWSTILL '
property for ,
to have were found on the floor by 'the j
some grounds for a kick. The while Was able 'to ,
whiskey and the de- transportation from a point in one sides of the wHo
S men
mother of the ,trusts aeems to be deserting and it was not long had, them.
.v* voter. He even state to a point in another' state shall "The dead
her offspring. The ed men are Mark' Wilson
.government with his crutches CURE
ll say that the judges issue a receipt, or bill of lading there- West Wilson his ANOTHER
.g creates the tariff and then buys walk erect brother and Arthur
tlcal ermine in their : for and
shall
be liable to the
holder West. deal
t2 outside the United States and pays no These are no I him and that all the thereof : Mark Wilson was shot through "I beg to say that I hdagret'of .
for any loss, damage or the breast "
injury '
duty on her goods. 'The Fort Worth vouched for by ; West Wilson was shot dandruff 'and after using macy -
Record says of the trusts: "1heyare 'witnesses. were arrayed against to such property caused by it or by through the face and heart and West called cure, I started to use Cuti a
to make a formal any common carrier to which such had Soap and am now longer troUbled
entitled to their graft on government The waters, of the L a round smooth hole in his fore no
county executive property may be delivered and with dandruff." Ida Maier
no con- head. Death ,
. t supplies seemed to
as well have
as on private affairs. to be. a panacea, for : come instantly -
St.
p1:., calls upon all honest tract, receipt or rule shall exempt such to all 1226 Seltzer .
- The'' gver ment gave them the right pepsia and all kinds t to stand to his three. No sign of life Oct. 46, 1905. Philadelphia,Ft
common carrier from the
;
S to ( liability was found in
the
ax of
people and it certainly kidney disorders. is any the three when SaId Uuoughout the world. Catiean SS3nt&Sc. ,13c..o t:
herein
certainly ,
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: .RESPONSEjj 'For this froth we should learn, nor But 'might search the world from ,
4: you I ,
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Possibly -
J no town .In our state with -- -
...;..;.-- learn it too late, Its garret to cellar 'a
,', Add ,of Welcome at Itis men nilit-,sq are miles, that ,population not greater than isclaimed .
:ess measure And not find an honester, worthier here, can boast .of as many CONTINUE

i Press' a state. fellow. good horses as'are owned by-our local

He, horsemen. Great..as has been the future Those who are raining flesh

".'1' --. This man at my left with 'the broad, Over there's Harry Brown from St. l predicted for the automobile, man and ment strength with by regular treat-
?P' ).IC.B eat Editor ot the .tu -moon .face, I
Augustine; has manifested no great desire to for
1' ,School1 Exponent) And a smile that the finger of fate And when I I Scott's Emulsionshould
you see'Harry, be sure you sake his old .fl'leoo, the horse, and

1or-' can't.erase; have seen A today fine roadsters are in greater de- continue the treatment "

."-.- the honor assigned With a Santa Claus body and a Santa As much of pure m .nhoo.1.ag. nature I mand .than ever before. -Not only are In and hot a little weather cool milk; smaller with It dose will

-- I"to'your greeting so cordial Claus soul. could chuck f I' good roadsters eagerly sought but I do away with any objection

.,, .nil' knd-' .i And, a name wrItten large at the top Into one. hundred forty-odd, pounds of But those standard bred and of acknowledged -I f ducts which is during attached the to f heat d

'!r, she. which I confess Fm of the scroll Canuck. '- speed are also coming In for J season.Send

.z :Q1eQual: Where Avon Ben Adam once saw his If he's a fair sample, it's my honest their share of the honors.' SCOTT & for BOWNE free sample., Chemists

Hoa dtp all must appear: from own writ; opinionWe 409-415 Pearl Street New York. I
No less for his A soc:.and'1.00; *E druggists._ '
kindness
,"- '-ie' sequel- renowned than ought to proceed to annex the'DII1lnion. It is generally, conceded that General
"' myself with the thought (his wit; I ,
i comfort And Gilchrlst will be a candidate for
I
.tt: that 'tis true Who does not belong, as you see to ..the'thin With an Instinct for news, like a --- }
''... governor two years hence, and. his
but the best .
does wrecks ;
--weit: irh beagle's for bunny, Editor Wilson is at Hot Springs -

t :' 'he can do.. And who lives at Lake City, and edits Or a bee for the flower where reposes friends ar grooming him for this po- Ark., and writes that he is very much ,::

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::' of'amuse you all Is our scribe, Appleyard-may" he He gets up a paper brim full of the before the public eye and he has hope that he will soon be himself r',:

IJ yse will! at least be something( never go from us cream A strong and influential friends in every I again. This is good news to the editors ..

imusuaL Familiarly known to the press gang as"fummus" Of the world's daily doings; and thatis section of the state.-Tampa Times. and the people 'of Florida., ,

r no dream! '

> wondering, how some Good natured and jolly, but, when need For he's one of the brightest and best And It J ".

'--"1t' days[ 'ahead be, severe; of the, crowd, :",'
: It .
-11'ite. ;iwlth such confidence of As an enemy courteous asa friend And Is making a Record of which we're X FLORDA'SMINERAL X

_. the kind things you've said, true, sIncere.He's'a all proud. For
"" Mayor, Inform them force and a power for the goodof -
[id here,.Mr.
the state,
Y, 'tis lucky That man 'over tnere wno looks likehe's SPRINGS
in And a inighty strong man in keeping
bred
bye! you I. also, was weary

3 Kentucky; things straight; But he Isn't, he's shamming-is brothe'r1lcCrea.ry A
For they say hid in his ..
away sanctum '- '
I could.clearly
a"dB mot strange 1
If"' foresee there lies Who keeps up at Gainesville a private
A scrap-book secure from the curious'eyes t ,
r-fas. M-fashIoned Kentucky wel- grave yardIn ?
.
.t" come,Wood be.'put which every few months he plantsa But
-But easy to open when he sees the
,
to look back to catch thejoft' fresh sward
sign he mUM-
: glint O'er the mound where he's laid to a S<> -'
Filled from cover to cover with '
""rirm.wmmer. on the green political rest, calm, eternal 1

.i beds'p(mint, _dynamite.A Some political, opponent or some dead
again, ere the vision bookso they tell us, wherein there
j"to iear once rival journal.
c. 13 written '
could pass; f Like .Ulysses S. Grant he is sparingof And .
,f The political sins of gr.\it bmen 4
ankle oL ice as, it stirred in the every speech, .
Or tattooed
politician whether littleor
glass, And like him, when once he endeavorsto But : 4
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great
tie warm hand-clasp of men reach
'
That has lived, or ever will live in the :
--;- 'xho.itill b'lieye, Some object or end, though. Fate other- Of Fi
't. stat 3a
r "something more blessed to give wise plot it, I

''than:receive; He'll with .
.- keep hammering away a The
'stili;fin an age that pays .worship Next is Matthews of Stark, who has will till he's got it.
." hustle enough
: to gold i But
'"honor and manhood and knighthood For a dozen land agents, who's made
j' of the stuff That bald-headed, sad looking man
j unsold
; ;
: .'. 'over there For ,
'lfommueen, and com- That's'guaranteed, 110 matter what is
"- Who, to judge from his face, carried '
.f'. : nand with a nod, the prize, It '
than his share
tbete aeq bend the knee but tot How hefty its weight how tremendous more .
Of the world's weary burden, by day J
;,- her and to God. its size,
'i.;" How rocky and steep be the and by night
I pathway "
\,; : Is our moral philosopher, good brother How THE FINEST MINERAL SPRINGS IN FLORIDA.
to climb
,
i pity theman, if nere be such on .r ,
H? .earth To get there with both feet, and get WhiteOf Never Overflows. Bathing Cannot Surpassed for -
the Fratneral Me ;
Record, a magazine
fe heart is not true *o the land ofMiis there on time. Health and Pleasure. Cures Rheumatism, Dyspepsiaand
dealing
: birth But as well as we knew him, to be
: ; With the deepest of thought and the Jolly Kidney Trouble or Skin Diseases. Elegant ,Park; .

a carries not with him, where'er he perfectly frank, finest of feeling. cool and shady. High Rolling Pine Lands. ,. _
j-.. 'may,,roam, Je staggered the gang when he opened I
" that bank. He's a student 'of men and a reader New hotel and new furniture. Elegant beds and table fare. Rooms
id'Vemorles
of childhood; who 'of books, 12 foot ceiling, well ventilated and lighted with gas. Ten foot porch
Leer And though we keep asking the old
\|T to the, home ,
the house.
But he's not near so solemn by half, But '>
Mi.1'boyhood does sometimes Ink question, yet it as he looks The scenery is unsurpassed in Florida. Large bath house and large bath -
;
.: ''fancy return; Remains still unanswered "Gene, He loves The plenty of suits toboggan slide, spring boards or walks at any depth.
a good jokeand oan turn
'stl1. 'mId the pomp of the world, where did you get4t?" Situated four miles from Apopka on Seaboard Air Line Riilaoad, where

>j ''.'. -does not yearn < you a pun splendid livery team goes to Springs. ,
That Saxe would have envied, ao neat- Rates '2,00 fS.OO week children under 13 at half price. '
Jl7Ato those precincts for peace That's Bittinger next Now you're per day; per years
ly 'twere done.
and for rest.Virearywinged. smiling I see;
, With a heart full of brotherly love and WEKIWA SPRINGS CO. .
You know him and honor him ,
swallow at eve. I. ? Well a" .
::1:0.:: Vo Its nest! do Ave. I an eye Wekiwa (Clay )
.To the main chance, he's laid up a And Springs-Florida.
trtat has'all this, you are asking, Frank genial and brisk safe, loyal and
' goodly supply
IL I fear, true,
\< Both of friends and of lucre, and will
do,1I'1th the purpose for which With a good word for all; keepingever "
soon settle down
.I am here? in view
At No. 1 Easy St. Jacksonville town. And content"I
teb""11Othlng perhaps, I am free to The Star's circulation, he fill's it with
,: To live and to dream, like the 'old
.; confess; news,
"
11I1'f.Just, 'had to say it-was under And patiently subscribers delinquent Eastern Mails, To
In peace and'content., with his books
f-.;. 'duress pursues.He and his badges. And eGo s To InO Best

3r.he.who would write, you'Jl find if doesn't give prizes, no need he of
Next comes Brother Harris, calm, seri-
it bribing
J.: you ,try ous, sedate; As
Ines rules his pen, sometimes Is Who can talK'a tobacco sign into
-r You people don't own him, 'he belongsto
r timed, by u.I .. subscribing.Talk .
- ." ? Yes upon anything. Thought the state; And PuiesiPlace o
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And most of us think if he had his ana :'
fOur' free, hearty welcome, Mr. can not reach just due Has 0 :
,
*CV ,Mayor, ,we heard subject on which he cannot make a .
The state would for four.years belong
welcome ,that.down ro their bottom speech; to him too. And '
}: has stirred And the best of it is, without joking
For search it all over there's not any-
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n}Wuntains'ot feeling so warm and or jeering where Who Our Edibles and Drinkables
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vjt ;sincere He never made one that was not worth
A man who's more worthy the Gov-
* feUliike ,exclaiming:: "It's good to the hearing.,
You'd
?. .tie here!" In intellect ernor's, honesty chair., courage and are as Clean and Pure as '
e baft
,heard how Ocala by great leaps This is brother Caldwell, six four in But

iforjed t;:>_ .'and'" bounds his shoes all that powerIn pure nqbleness claims as its Pure Food Laws could

In the race clean ahead Who lives up at Jasper and edits the dower, : any ,
;{;
: ::, ,of the'hounds
; News.
Mi He's the peer of the proudest the state .
It-j;bojrg'of'the been press it has not A stauncher and truer friend man ever set there, A I imagine them to be. ,

... ..... -, unknown- never had.
'1! + fi you were growing, how large But roused by injustice, once let him And

loin: QU' had 1 grown, get mad. And here's to the hope that he's goingto Our establishment, has

beautiful too, when we come And his pen down into the gall bottle get there. All .

:Jt: .to" compare, dip been refitted according to I

wood, ; 'mong her sisters, Ocala the And his words sting and cut like the That fine-looking, easy-poised 'man And

Fair! lash of a whip; over there, '

when! to OUT'vision! the scene ,wasnnroYIed But when, as is usual his heart's full Whom you'd take, from the set of his But Sanitary Measures and the.

: of love coat, and his air,

->r'that'' the.half had.hardly been, They can sing like a throstle, and coo And his whiskers trimmed neat as a
in it
,'told. remained
d- like a dove. freshly cut sward But* only thing

not' from those sisters *s with But he's just a bit queer, just a little For a proud English Earl, or at leasta

! You fWe' meet ,bit struck. "milord," I've "Old and Matured"are
:'' our
,. and -with gladness lay down, For he won't let his boys keep an ox Is just plain Brother Pratt, with a .

*t .your feet, named "Buck" turn controversial,

trrsetlng the warmest that words :I And of late he has dropped, be the Who edits the dignified Leesburg '

.f scan& hearty express, I cause what it will Commercial. I WhiskiesWines I Beer.s \

fer God-speed in your race From his list of subscribers every

success. cracker called "Bill." There's Mayes of the Journal whom To
1
;,$e41r. Mayor, as. I think it-but t i none stand above
:: Our of business -
it yeu:'Just know whom Brother Pabor comes next so gentle Whom to know as he is, is to honor Of of way doing :{

you're taking so and mild and love.

'_{kindly on trust, With the brain of'a man and the heart A reader of men and 'a reader' of Save is the same courteous

liilVlIl 1th your permission, as herald of a child. books

The lips of a seraph, the walk of a He's as keen in perception as hand Than
' troduce of to YOU these "Knights i, saInt- some in looks. and appreciative mode we
;
l to the Quill" ''I wish I had words that were worthyto No man in the gang has a readier pen

cook up and hand out to you paint Nor is able to use it more forcefully The have

ia.st"*;oa,"s our hosts, The soul of that man in whose nature when ; employed for years and -

> the boys a few underdone unite The time and occasion have need of

,I toot:- roasts. And mingle the light fountains of sweetnessand To execute Its might judgment or vindicate, years any favors bestowed uponus


::for: he stand first, no matter But alas,. though Tve tried it again right ,

U'':1t4' how large and again, With a nature in which is united the ing. will receive strict and

: whom we compare him-is 'Tis a task far exceeding the power of best today?

(;RFditor George, my pen. That he found in the South and he ident's attention. 1.

president.L honored, respected and" May Time touch him gently and brought from the West, prompt

d loved sweetly, and long With his trip-hammer energy, Angelo thank

.i.W:hp-have,Ills. worth and his merits May he linger to cheer us and charmus face lives Our constant aim is "To-

Proved with song! .He's a rare combination of getthereand ed.

odjed.. <.big-hearted, broad m-ded. Here's Walpole, the red-headed cyclone and n-a.ce.. tion.
--- -----'
%K be stands: from Manatee, PleaseTry us and be con-

? ,Uk fSaal mid his brethren. With a bushel of worth and a poor now my pen pauses, uncertain worn

%commands peck of vanltyWho's ? perplexed, ( vinced.
tforce
anda power that admits as.quick as a steel-trap and true As I note down the line Brother wind.
,
f ..no rejection. as its steel L'Engle comes next-
!
STtest:regard and our warmest And a man every whit from his headto To. describe. whom would take all jthe Adams Respectfully yours '

aaection. his heeL time of this session he, : "

Words of mine can add to ,his With a hair-trigger temper, he's somewhat And tax to its limit the power of With
j jt.une.: .- inclinedTo expression.Bold ident
' STRAUSS & :
ctoat
of praise but mention his go off half-cocked, when disturbedin brilliant, intrepid, rash, daring with CO.
naxne. .
.
r his mind; and strong long

;; a nobleman; he did the And so sometimes misses a big, pieceof As the champion of right, the avengerof ond

1d. ,f.et. game wrong. the Wholesale and Retail Liquors
,
'W with the before he takes With the "
a thousand By pulling trigger strength of ripe manhood, the '
"IUQ OCALA
-'" 'blest- aim; ardor of youth "I am FLORIDA. ..
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contributed more of broad-guage mInd ion
and tireless enterprise than David S. Judge Bell Is a member of the B. P.
BIOGRAPHY SMITH &
I .NUTSHELL Woodrow, ificala and Marion ntyrs a E, the L Q,. Bearers and the M. K. ROBERTS.,
of Maccabees; lie enlisted In the state "
iW (By Frank McDonald) leading real estate man, troops in 1899'a.ml Is now 2nd lieu-

He was born in the great industrial tenant of -Ocala Rifles" Co. "A" Sec Funeral -and

cs The history of a community is but school at the age of 13, and in the metropolis of Glasgow in Jan., 1867, ond Infantry, F. S. F. Directors Licensed Embolnif

$ the life stories of those of its citizens phrase of the farm has hoed his own and educated In its public schools and LATEST METHODS. BEST GOODS. WORK "
& at Glasgow academy. I GUARANf'Telegraph
I: in the business industrial and professional row since that early age. First clerkedin GRAHAMVILLE.Special I orders receive prompt attention. and embalming
pursuits of life whose names are a store for two years went to 'Pullman When 21 years of age he resolvedto ooaa
i- make his future Ocala Banner: on short notice.
home in the Correspondence
land
Indissolubly interwoven with its up- His., and worked in the'machin-
of the free, and came direct .to Ocala We are having !SOme very pleasant
building. ist department of the car works for a

Sush life etories *ell told are always year and 'came to Florida in .1885, locating arriving here In the year of the south's weather now. The golden sun rays kiss- J

_ interesting reading matter, offer at Sanford. In November of that And worst save yellow for perennial fever visitation pilgrimages-1888 to. Ing the land on every hand are as refreshing OCALA FURNITURE CONIPANy:
year entered the employ of the Southern
ITEM valuable lessons to the -
incalculably Scotland where his mother still resides .as a glass of Mr. T. W. Trox-
growing young anA afford' examples: Express Company and. was for lers delicious coco-cola on a hot day, .
he has since made this city his .
j; for emulation to alL fifteen years in the employ"of that home and been a most potent, factorIn and the cool easterly winds are as
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Under the caption of "Nutshell Bio company as messenger, agent and its upbuilding.Mr. sweet and pleasant one could wish. -

graphy" the Ocala Banner oroposes route agent and one of their .m st Woodrow has devoted his time The hedges byways, lanes and fields -
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trusted representatives. Was for -- ---
: ; publishing from day to day for some time some- and talents to the real estate business, and the banks of 'the winding Ockla- ----

__ time to come' sketches of the careers ville, the and company's..for ten years agent thereafter at Jackson-route making a specialty of phosphate lands waha are decked with beautiful green- ALL TijE LATEST STYLES AND BEST VALUESSHOES J( ,

.o&.suz. citizens as are closely" identified agentIn and Is the acknowledged representative ery and sweet .scented flowers, making

with the'city's life, growth and advancement realty dealer in Marion county. He everywhere more beautiful than the
1900 :Mr. Crom left the express .;
company's employ'and purchased the construes this calling in its ,broadest scenery of the golden west.
Truth and brevity will characterize sense and never loses an opportunityto Grahamville and Connor hasten to
Gainesville
plant
;: the column and flattery or fulsomeness gas Selling same bring capital and industrial enter- take off 'their "lids" and to bow low in
shortly thereafter, he became
will*he carefully"eschewed,'the aim.be- the A. Q.. L. at Palatka and. one agent of'I: prises to this section whether or not extepding greetings to the visiting edItors SEE ;
year
r Jng'tomake it' a valuable contribution. later was transferred' 'Ocaia they work 'direct profit to himself in Ocala and wish them long t
of
to.local: c&ntempOraneOUS.history._ Recently he reorganized the Ocala. lives,of happiness, and hope that their
which city he has since been a popular -
and respected resident.In Foundry and Machine works as the quills will never grow dull. MASTERS ::1
I JUDGE W. S. BULLOCK. Ocala IronWorks, and' increased the Mr. James Farris and Mr. Walter
1890 Mr. Crom was united In
mar- Young, who 'two weeks ago went via ,
capital stock from $50,000 to $100,000
riage to Miss Mittie
Hampton the
In presenting these initial numbers'of"Nutshell The new owners intend to double its launch to Jacksonville, returned today. 1
winsome
daughter
_ I- ," history we deem it proper of one of the most capacity, making it possible to fill or- They reported having a glorious, sweet ;]j
prominent families of Gainesville
_ and fitting to first mention the'gentleman ,i are allied to the Hamptons of, who ders here for castings, phosphate and time on the winding Ocklawaha, fishing A_Complete line:fof nj:

here named .in 'that he is to the State of national fame. thePalmetto sawmill machinery etc., which hitherto and fighting mosquitoes and camping '_ of:: EdwiiFC1p'8 Orloii
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manor born having first seen the They out like ploneers'used to do in the .
have been :sent 'for to Georgia and and
have of four High Shoes
a\faiflily three
light in this city May 16th, 1856, has : boys andag1rL elsewhere. .wild and 'woolly west. They will get I at

? .: lived bX fifty years of usefulness In a Associated with him in the reorganl. into Silver Springs tonight and will :. -
i- Fraternally Mr Crom
belongs to
,. its shade trees embowered borders and immediately depart via bicy le to ?I
zation such well known and enterprising $6.00 and !
the A. F. and A. >1L, being aSariner $7.00
_ rI ) toe is, we think, the only circuit judge capitalists as George :McKay; whois Ocala. -
i and Knight Templar is Odd
in Florida who wears !the ermine within ; an Fel- The old mill is now running again \ A Shoe -
!low, being past Noble Grand president of the new company, Capt. worthy of i its I
the.dictrict where he was born and many after being shut down several years, -
times, and is also a member of the John L. Inglis, S. C. M Lannahan. of \J putation. j
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zelsed. And his father likewise hey Mr. Nix 'having charge.
B.O.P..E. Hollidaysburg, Pa., Walter Ray, of -
_ late lamented Hon. Robert Bullock the April '7, 1905 President Roosevelt Martel, Edwaid Holder, and others. "Bloom, Portland, Bloom," was the \ B & P. "Korrect Sbtf]

i gallant soldier of the Indian and Confederate made Geo. C- ,-Crom postmaster at Mr. 'Woodrow negotiated the sale of Portland Ore., motto during the Lewis I : in guaranteed! Patent Cofe> !
wars, and twice a representative and Clark centennial field there in and Kids.
; Ocala, and it is no disparagement of the opera house block to the gentle- Also in Velosa
to from this district, 1905. But "Portland the Beautiful ,
congress
man last named and will representhim ftunmetal Box
his predecessors to state :that his ad- \ Calf andVgs
made Ocala his home all his. mature- ministration is he best the city ever In handling it. 'Among the improvements the "Pearl of the Pacific." will have to 4 Kids. .--::
P years of life3 enjoyed. he will at once make will bloom a little bit more to get aheadof

W. S. Bullock was educated in the be ,the conversion, the second and a little flower yard down in sunny .

( common schools of this city and by MciVER & McKAY. third floors into modern, 'handsomely Florida. $3.50 and $4.00
; "i-., private tuition and subsequently" tooka appointed, steam-heated office rooms The flower yard I am referring to

..... : law course at the University of Vir- The qualities that made William to which will be run an electric elevator belongs fu Mrs. Alonzo Lang at Con- .

ginia., He was admitted to the bar in Wallace the most heroic figure in all the first to be Installed in an nor. This yard, for its beauty, cannotbe The Drew-Selby Shoe for Wonjen)
1880 and has ever practiced his profession Ocala 'building. equaled anywhere.:

I .,... L in this city. He was made judge tradition or 1Istory, that made the intrepid Among the recent enterprises with As I push the quill for the Banner Just Received a Shipment of Patent Colt |

of the criminal court of arms of Bruce invincible and which Mr. Woodrow has been con tonight a great desire to see the visiting Pumps at$3f(

-V ; record when :it was established Irresistible that inspired -the muse of nected-In fact solely 'promoted-was editors looms up before me; ,and Oxfords and Gibson Ties from $2,00 to 300. -

--- ; and eminently fined that office until Burns, the sweee.st singing of bards, the laying out and platting of the town 3.Iso.another. desire is to drink a pure _

-h- the court was abolished. He also served that moved the often trenchant but of Woodmar, on the picturesque shoresof grapejuice. The Shoe That Fits the Foot and Pocketbook Too

--- as city attorney and mayor two terms oftener touching pen of Scott the the pellucid waters of Lake Weir, 18 ALBERT ANSON GRAHAM.

:respectively. In September. 1901.. he greatest of all novelists and that gave miles southeast of Ocala.It STYLE COMFORT SERVIC .::

was appointed by Governor W. S.Jennings I -I' Gladstone to Great Britain, her grandest is a delightful site for a pleasure. DAISY. \

_-:: judge of .the fifth judicial dIstrict statesman, are the priceless heritage resort town the plateau of land on I ARE ITS QUALITIES.

and in 1905 was nominated and .0! all Scotsmen. And in these which it is located rising from an elevation -. Correspondence Ocala banner:

:f elected to the same position which' he mor$ prosaic days the sans of sires of 25 feet at the eastern shore I It seems'as though the rainy season H. B.

at present. fills with dignity and abll- who came from north: of the Cheviot' front to 75 feet at its western boun- I has 'made its appearaaco. We have MASTERS, I

ity. : Hills, can take equal pride in the preeminence daries, the waters of Weir standingout had some unusually hard rains. w _-------- ----- -_- wG&DSOT- I,

:1 While Judge Bullock has never been the race has won in the, practiced in pleasant perspective and unbroken I The flat woods are covered with wa
a 'wealth seeker In the ,spirit .of this 'business world. Every city south vista from every lot in the ter. "

money mad age he is the possessor of ,of Mason and Dixie's line has felt the town. The A. C. L. main line traverses I Mr,Harper went to the "Brick City" (

apiece of property upon which muni .benefit of its industrial thrift and tenacity Woodmar- along the ,lake front !Saturday and reports everything therein
floent nature has lavished manifoldit' of purpose.In end. While the waters of :
from end to a prosperous condition. All of the
charms and ,which is marvellous in its
Ocala Mclver and McKay are Lake Weir have in the past been dynamited winning candidates are wearing their

T financial possibilities. Reference is the largest business firm in the volume and seined for its stores of best smiles. Snap shots are in range, ,

-v had to :the.; Wekiwa Springs' '-which' are of business transacted and they palatable fish these practices were so look out boys, rome from behind the

_; the headwaters 'of |beautiful We 'are ''weU known: from ,the canebrakes ,.estopped by a. special act of the last curtains. Special Reduction Sale 1

r- kiwa triver, 'i *4.'t n? Orange-- c unty.. :The; of Georgia to the, e veig des pf;F1orlda.Tohe legislature, the fish commission has The recent rains have affected the "

'waters;Jof vthesis springs areladen. with 'are'' the:largest contracting builders recently stocked it with largemouthedbass making of spirits and rosin to some -SI

.JitMai sulphur?, magnesium' and 'other ''In ithe state:and In< their mammoth trout perch, etc., and ere another extent. We hope the weather will be Now Going i ;
;t 'beneficent ingredients and .ar well : on.
_ mercantile"emporium they'carry season It will again have taken ,its more favorable now.

_ nigh a specific'iorTheumatism! ;:kidney'" amimmense;. stock of. -lime.. Blaster. --- ---. ce--- former place as one of the finest fish- All of us shot for the chicken and

: and kindred troubles for any ..formof: meat j&.n id< everything in the builders' ing grounds of the state.. most of us were disappointed as it did 25 Dozen Men and eif :

skin diseases. \Eilvironingthem, 1aa. suppiy line; wagons buggies, harness, In founding the town of Woodmarwith net appear before us at supper time. Boys Negligee 44

30acre grove."qt Jsiately .$lOridapalm's hardware ; paints j "<>ILs, glass, wallpaper .its many concomitants of health, The ankle express still runs on timeto Shirts, 75 and $1.00 Goods, now

I J the country round about is furniture, matting, rugs, trunks, comfort and pleasure, Mr. Woodrowhas the east side of the Ocklawaha river. ";

etudded -with fauna: and the, waters of valises and every possible untility of filled a want long felt by the citi- ... Mr; and Mrs. Aurvil Hearst wentto Shirt Waists $1.50 Goods, 0
river"are-filled with the 44 cei'now |
I Weklya : gaineyxranies the household. zens of Ocala and that this is duly Grahamville Sunday. The logs are they be had for
can
r 4nat"delight the of
dIscIples Their .
brick rather
store-of three
- appreciated is evidenced by the In- now out of the 'road. ;
Izaak Walton. Judge Bullock has stores under one roof-Is two storIesin creasing1 demand for lots In this' Boys Summer
- new Mr. H.says -he had a very pleas- Knee Pants 25 and
!it Just completed! at the" r1ngs a sightly : height and 73x100 feet in dimensions rest haven.He ant time in Jacksonville last Sunday. I 35 19 cell
: hotel with every comfort and accommodation ; Behind the store three cent Goods, they are for
- are large who causes two blades of grassto Mr. W. B. Stubblebme left for At- yours _''
for some thirty guests and' warehouses which.are in size respectively grow where before had been but lanta Monday to take charge of the A New Line :;
is about to much increase capacity. of.Men and Boys TieS
- a 'tw -stf( rY brick 25x100 feet one is, according to an ancient axiom, Iron 'horse that runs from there to 20 |
-i; But that it is foreign to the purposes
a galvanized iron building 25x60 feet a public benefactor, but he who by to Chattanooga, Tenn. they are styles of today, now ce
: of these ketches _
columns could be
and an.Iron building 25x50 ,feet. In addition the touch of the magic wand of Intel- We are expecting another family to .
- truthfully written of the countless attractions .two commodious warehousesare ligently directed capital builds up and move to this place in the near future. Fancy Embroidered Half Hoes, 20 cent kind

-L: of Wekiwa SprIngs.They' maintained at the Seaboard depot develops undeveloped and neglected FARAWAY MOSES. 10 ceccec
w have every concomitant, of. double now they are yours for
one warehouse at the A. C. L., resources 'Works a more perceptible :.
-- health and pleasure and are the 'most : a room over the "0. K." grocery' store benefit, and In this regard David S. DAISY NO. 2. New Line White'Duck Belts that -

valuable asset left Judge Bullock by 25x100 feet is utilized for,storage purposes Woodrow has earned the encomium of .We have been having some very wet cost more 4 A ;

_ ; Tils distinguished father. and several storage sheds are. public praise. I weather for the past week and it has than we ar asking, now *v

Judge Bullock has raised a familyof owned and occupied near the depots done much damage to the farmer's .

- three daughters and two sons, who and the firm's store. And still the un- JUDGE JOSEPH BELL. crops. Very Special Large Size White Lace Bed it

grace and are greatfavorites_ In Ocala'g ,Wising demand of, their ever-increas- I We notice that Faraway Moses Spreads, regular $.50 goods now 63 cen (
'social circles., They are: Mrs. Geo. fi.McKean :Ing business Is for more room The present Incumbent of the county speaks of the new fence quite often. ;

- -- Mrs. ,Charles. V. Miller MtesAlfce The member of the firm are D. E. judgeship Is one in whom Ocalans can We thing he wants a job. Apply to A Regular Big J5 cent Bleached Towel 4 A

Bullock and William. and Julien.. Iclver and George McKay. The formers take a Justifiable pride' in that he is a Mr. Marsh and maybe he will give V ce| :
: they for *
i Bullock '--- native and the youngest judge are yours now
; of Scotch parentage, but was born son -. him the job of putting up the fence.
.c. 'in North Carolina who graces the bench in the broad June Bug has been silent for a long The
,
__ February 23, 1860. biggest Linen and Turkish
_- : J :i;.i-* CEO. c. CROM. : At the ageof 21 he removed to Georgia domain of Florida:: Withal he discharges time. 'F. M. come over and see me. Towel 24 cd i

and entered the turpentine business the duties of this important The river bank Is a fine place for bug ever sold in Ocala, now 'I

_ Though everyone would take. Ocala's later removing to Ocala wherehe office with the wisdom of mature years and they are fine.

urbane postmaster for typical southerner engaged In.the building materialand and with an energy that was much NEW GROCERY SHIPMENT j :

e and albeit he is imbued with ', lumber busln $s. needed in Marion county, I Found a Cure_for Dyspepsia.
: everything FlorIdian and yields to no His distinguished predecessor: the
Mr. McKay first saw the light at Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort Wiliams
man In :his love for the land of sunshine Sutherlandshire, Scotland, November late Hon. Robett Bullock, was so shat- I Ontario, Canada, who has suffered Dinner Size Decorated Plates

and flowers, Geo C. Crom was 26th, 1859, and has had an eventfulcareer. tered In health and so saddened in quite a number of years from dyspepsia worth 48 een ;
Is- born at Tontagany, In Wood comnty, After mind by recent loss of a loved helpmate I and great pains in the stomach more money, now Per Set
four 1
a years' archi- f
i was advised by her druggist to takeChamberlain's
in distant Ohio, July 12:. 1865.. that-it is
of. half a century no
Small ,
ectUral Size
course in the Technical schoolat I Stomach and Liver.Tabi Decorated Plates .
_ His educational opportunities were Inverness, Scotland, he WAS disparagement of the eminent departed i lets. She did so and says "I find that 30 .
appointed ee
j meager and whatever he has attained the citizen to make the statement-for they have done me a great deal of that are all to the mustard Per Set :.e
by British Government ,
:has been wholly self-acquired. Me left months prior to his demise nothingbut good. I have ne\-er'had any suffering i .
_ when but 19 years of age Superintendent since I began using them." If troubled All Shapes in Decorated
_ of Buildings and Bridges of the the imperatively necessary clerical with dyspepsia- or sndisestion why not Cups and Saucers L?0 /,JvMen's
duty was attended to in the coun- take these tablets get well and stay. that J 7
various lines of beauties
railway the are Per Set
government -
well? For sale all ,
judge's office.Fol1owng by druggists. m "j
ty
I was then building in the British -

iIi Needham West .Indies. He discharged the his appointment to the tn our article descriptive of Mclver Everything in Crockery at Reduced Prices i 1
office N. B Brow rd
Governor
duties of that by on
responsible position & McKay's vast establishment in :
with fidelity and capacity for five August 5th 1905, Judge Bell worked "Nutshell Biography" mention was Inadvertently Getting Ready for New Goods and:

ears,, when he went to Panama with unceasingly day and night for monthsto -omitted of their superb undertaking our
I! f 1)6) Plumber he- intention of taking private contracts bring the delayed business of the and embalming quarters. .'
office to current date. Today he is
on the De Lesseps canal. This error was akin to a rendition of must have the
.2 The outbreak of the"revolution abreast of it and does not mean thatit Hamlet with the melancholy Dane not room

'r (hd) Gas fitter estopped his proposed enterprises and shall again lapse during his ad- In the cast as they have the finest t

be migrated to Florida locating at! ministration.Joe establishment of the kind in the state, Come and Look Through 5 and JO ;
.
Bell was born two miles east our
Ocala in 1890, and like his associate.beca.me and we hasten to repair it. The under- ;
: of the city December, 17th. 1879, educated i t
b )-'t,; ,. a.contractor and builders' supply taking department comprises a splen-

-:'- HAS OPENED UP HIS NEWS' merchant in Ocala's public schools, raised i did show room, a commodious chapel Department we lead in these Bargains]
After the big freeze these gentlemen on a farm and pulled the bell cord on elegantly furnished reception room and ,
united their interests and formed a hay burner :until beginning to study modern with
i. morgue cement floors and
P ON THE tORNER OF the firm that has grown to 'its present. law in the office of Attorney O. T. tiled walls. and others must follow us. } :'1
prodigious Green. He'read under the latter's able .
proportions. Mcliver
Mr. holds diplomas from .
-it SPENCER BLOCK J. WITH A In caring for their large Interests preceptorship for four years completed some of the leading embalming colleges I Touch us When You Want I ->

1 Mr. Mclver' devotes his entire time to .his law course at the University in the country and has a capable j

FULL LINE OF SANITARY f the mercantile Hnfe and Mr. McKay to of Virginia >was admitted to ,the bar assistant in :Milward G.JJrowh. who is T: Laces .and Embroideries &'
., in October 1902 and established I j'
had ,
: the firm's varied and scattered con-. a also' an experienced undertaker and
AND, .MODERN PLUMBING"1? 'I ractlng and ,,-building per .llons.' good practice when appointed county ',embalmer. Keep Your Eye on Our 1 .

'I- I judge as heretofore mentioned. -
GOODS. WHEN INJ4FED OF I DAVID' S. WOODROW. Judge Bell was but 25 years of age Among the new advertisements- in Ladies Trimmed Hat Window

-, when appointed to the bench. His ad. today's papeI will be noticed that of 'r
-' FIRST CLASS SANITARY t Among the many who first saw the ministration has given uniform satisfaction the Helvenston-Pasteur Company. The For the New Fads i

l lIght in the braes of bonny Scotland as evidenced by the fact that line they are showing is certainly an

.PLUMBING. CALL ON HIM... and'who are making their. home and at the recent primaries he was nominated up-to-date one and intending THE )
p SiJ1. purchasers OCALA BAZAAR
4 helping up-buiid handsome
. It our landI without opposition polling the would do well to call and
I of sunshine and flowers, "hone have largest vote ot any candidate in Martff see it .

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-'q. .zjIoETOLDaY?; STATE' LEAGUE* CONFERENCE.' THRILLING ,EXPERIENCES. sprang to" his feet attacked everything -

pROUNG J. ALLEN. V in sight The dogs wire whipped:

.." A Word from Ocala.. Short Stories of Adventure the Pine in the twinkling of an eye and the If T
You Out
Wont to Cone
bl1; rN '; .f the Com ---:- Woods with Bear, Wildcat hunters were so
'. 1U1etl yesterday with Ocala League is planning largely fort and Snakes. were unable' to come to the assistanceof '

\1bas audience :.; success of the conference. The central -. the f ur-footed friends for some -
,
'and' apreciative (By Florida Hupters.) moments Finally Mr. Albert Rogero Wit the Real
interesting ad. location of the conference seat Thing
ened )O &i Florida could furnish' more than her poured a load of heavy shot at close ) .
j. Allen, the dis. ,. .
make this the -best attended
.pT6ung who has spent sho.uld. quota of hunting stories if the materialwere range into the brute's 'bod). This time
1t8sion rr. session yet held. Every pastor in the Bruin was killed for keeps.

rs of labor In China. state should insist on a represenative gathered. Manr old hunters now -,- For this Spring styles, put! on on, of our new Spring Suits
I -' king of the enormous residing in this city have had the most SAM SMALL RECONVERTED. -'
', funerals' tred -up & the from every league in his Jurisdiction, thrilling experiences while hunting in cut in the latest fashion- and one of our all one piece Panama Hats.

: 'empire with coal sufficient no matter how small or weak the the pine woods and hammock of this Professes Repentance and Weeps' in You will find Quality, Style and Workmanship that can only be seen'

:tt'the present rate of consump'fr(2OO chapter may be. It is the weak chap- state. not to mention those who have Meeting-An Affecting Incident here. Rich in Style Right in price. We have a large and varied
of the
and telling
years and poHtlcal status ters that stand most in need of the ought alligators from' boats. Torrey-Alexander Meeting stock of Shoes for the entire Family. The new and nobby Pump
.ocial Occasionally in the course of cen-
took benefits of the conf'lr nce. in White Canvass for Ladies here. Also
the doctor up hunters in Atlanta Style are a large stack of
:9flgoIian.s. versation some of these mention .
"- .rt .n.ubject of his address- Let the chapters elect, or the pastors I, casually some unusual esperlences. Oxfords for Men. The well known Walkover and Hanari&SMakes. -

-.< 5ycott and present com- appoint. such delegates, as :will impart ; -. Sam Small the well-known southern
t. the most .. Give us a call before buying elsewhere.
and enthusiasm
America to the league
}11 tJons Hh Not long ago Sheriff Perry had an journalist and lecturer who once re-
movement their '
upon return. Where
:'part- experience In turkey hunting in the skied in Jacksonville and who has delivered -
)ide 'troubles came in China possible pay part or all of the dele- southwestern part of the state. He anda W. J. Chambers
lectures here
several was a
\\ 't0 gates' transportation out of :
falling Pro expenses
: Iie government! friend tempted by the high prices
lted. league funds. This has two-fold convert Atlanta last Monday night '
= people and I have rt'le plan a went
i 141 offered for alligator hides prepared -
ted OUt In Quite voluminous result. Because of something invested to clear out the saurians where ia the Torrey-Alexander revival 'in Shoe '

--'Ions upon' that topic that much the, leaguers will feel a greater Interest they. were thickest and they established progress there for a week., The Atlanta I

jerere' treatment of the ChiI in their delegation and the result camp in a spot where hunting Constitution of yesterday said: i' .
---
the failure of the, expected, and the Delegates will feel which human can
I*due to promised to be profitable. "In, those 'A scene no pen

:: : erriment to champion the under greater obligations to faithfullydischarge days," said the sheriff, .'turke)' were des rik faithfully, and which thrilled -- -,-----

j>f Its subjects. their jfluties.Delegates plentiful and \ve. feasted on them dur- antI made to tremble 3,500 souls broke

: inese are a great tradIng must not fail .to secure ing our stay in camp. One morning, forth Monday night at the Torrey-Alex-: '

>- '"i a feat developing people. certificates from agents, when purchasing as usual. I went out to get a gobbler inder meetings where the revival' therea McMillan Bros.

:mme- 'to America because they tickets. Only those holding for breakfast and saw a flock on a I progress has for the past week been

iitt4 t <**ne. and much jUt certificates!: duly signed by a conference small plain nut far from camp. CrawlIng I >aggins dangerously near to a fatal '

t t |js felt by them at the un- officer, will be* entitled to the : behind! ; a clump of bushes, I resorted I all-a fall which at the last would Southern Copper Works '. .

-d unwarrantable Jncongrultles cheap rate returning. 'AH preacherswho u the old trick of calling by imitating ;pelt the ugly and much shunned _

'- 'sclttiion act The coolies arc attend are requested to' securerertifleates the challenge of a gobbler. I ivuru, failure.' ivIallutacturers of Turpentine Stills'

::44lt of our country but while the as the expense wilt nobe saw: the leader of the" flock throw his I Sam Small's Conversion. .

; mal come here the banker greater than the; ministers'. lermH1' head uy and I repeated the call., This But the incidents of last night and General Metal Workers. -

:udd. The student ia allowed rate.The time: thf turkey strutted forward a few urned: failure into success and brought

." but not the doctor success of the ceretlfieate Plan feet, aud answe/bd: the challenge. Heapprosjeh5.nl hundreds to conversions. About the

h bitttrnm i, felt antl much will be an. bi>tluteeert3.iIity.... .if"all who a. few feet closer ,when I! time: the: exhortation of Dr. Torrey was

IDt to" made of lh* treatment attend the conference will secure certificates. again rei-eated the call and eventually jlosing: a chair was moved back on

,rei'iv4d .t St. LouU 1[ worked him until hVa.!; near enough j! he platform, and at the side of Dr. Old Stills taken in exchange for new ones. Patching

". Sh Dgh! all foreigners live un- The requests and suggestions beloware for a sure shot. I raisedthe gun to I Torrey stood 4amS'. Small, every 0 through the country a specialty. Orders by mail or ,

'1 W't'lwn flaz and Cl.J: t" can- jnadfe in behalf of Ocala league.: take aiD when. without the slightest I muscle in his: body quivering with wire will receive prompt attention. at either of the

jucb him; they cannot arresifreedom. It is hoped that JI.' Interested will warning, a large catamount dashed emotion yet when he spoke his voice following works .

\1::. kindly heed same, and thereby greatly through the bushes, and his head and was clear and distinct.

-: "ChtDt'Sf' ,,110 llvt' there 'njeteit aid in facilitating the labors' of the mine came together in a te'rrific col ." Dr. Torrey,' he said 'I once accepted -

:\. They have a entertaining league- lision. The beast 'evidently thought a Christ and had the full joy of WETTEtnLLE, N. C. SAVANNAH, GA
.
.!. -b l1r where questions of a. P- 1.: Elect.or appointed delegates at turkey dinner was waiting for him .in His salvation, but I have drifted faraway ACKSONVIU.E" FLA MOBILE ALA

nature are freely discussed. once and send names or at least the the bushes and approached so stealthily and God knows I need to re-

it'bto: .boycott question (came number- of each sex, to Dr. A. L. Izlar that 1 tad not the slightest idea of E'nt-and God helping me I do now ,
Id, women who felt the stigma Ocala. Fla. This information is absolutely his -presence.; When he made the rush and here repent and tender my life to -- ---- --- -- ---

from their treatment in this necessary to the committee on to secure what he supposed was a Him,* and so saying he sank into a ,

.expressed the keenest resent- securing homes. AU delegates must be turkey he struck me with such force chair and his head fell on the tablein THE '

I k nobleman and his daughter :reported by June 15 Entertainment that I went over backwards and he front of him: while he wept. .

It they had letters from our: I for those reported after that date will must have bounced a number of feet. "An Instant hush an interested .

_" tattye' at London Mr. Choaie, I be uncertain. As to which sustained the greater hush-silenced the house, and in the '

-[[\;arrested and held In coutodywerr 2., All who come as delegates anJ scare it is impossible to say. That ,i quiet of the moment Dr. Torrey said: MarioQ wareCompany .

the president,and requested to ., Alexander, come here and .
: freed by expect entertainment, are varmint, however, lost a-) time in Mr.

1ziu-wh: arrested them was dls- wear a small bow of white and yellow dgies and his retreat was as ". apoI-1 pray for Sam Small.: And from his seat '

Bat: when this man return ribbon, the league colors. A small request not more rapid than hi$ rush. Did I in the rear Mr,, Alexander came* to -HEADQUARTERS -

'tf., haaffhi be told of his treat. but if granted. it will greatly get the turkey? No. I think I forgot the front and, putting his arm on Sam

.' Together; with 'FhJs testlmonj aid the committee .in quickly locatingthe what I came after. I don't remember Small's shoulder, prayed. f
and the feeling ot' othd. 'Before the words of Mr. Alexanderhad American Wire Fencing ,, '
courts. delegates. what we had for breakfast that mornS ;: '_: \ .
'Wh ..Buffered the greatest nidtg- 'Don't burden the committee with ." died away. Dr. Torrey began: praying > .'-"
"
"t;the. hands) of :;the: inspectors names of a larger number of persons !' : l SashDoors and Blinds 4

'country* it produced a terri- than you are absolutely certain will : Cannibal' Wildcats. .. 'I heard this man, Oh, God preachin I '..,'.
-
riot.the worst Shanghl ever had attend. Minneapolis, and I' saw hundreds Paints. Oils and, Varnishes, '

',;.until forty Chinamen had beer All delegates will be furnished witha While the statement has often been dragged through the power of his -

-was f it quelled. AH this grew- out conference badge upon their arrivalat made that wildcats feed on domestic work from lives of sin. And now 'that .;>: : i ::-' V." Mill and Mining Supplies, .
Stre of foreigners. hast brought him back. make .
Thou
.taent Ocala. tabbies when, the latter are to be obtained :" ': '
ie. still exists although for and expecting a for Thee. Keep :.L Turpentine Snpplies
-.Th boycott Ocala league is looking it seldom that authority for him once more power : ;
.
,
lay Chinamen tare heartily tired ol a large delegation, so come the same can be quoted. A few months him strong to resist the tepmter'ssnare ,..

.nd< realize that they are. being along and let's make this conference ago Mr. F. A. Mann, a resident of and lead him safely to the land "t .: i; ; Improved Farming Tools,

iaten. a the''game.. exceed all the previous sessions of the the wilds in the vicinity'of Bulow had that is fairer than day. And may he, :';, %; :-j !.. ,.. .:. : I ,'.

;tJ was as much insulted when .] Florida State Epworth League. From ample evidence of the cannibalistic. through the power of his_ regenerated ,,t'&v r/_:; f -"GET" OUR PRICES .

ej ia the 'Dak dta: at Seattle a: now until the opening sessionlet tendencies of the .wildcat He said he heart lead thousands in the way ev ;,

'i. (.SJnamaiuX_ burly. Irishman' n' de. your watchword be "On 'to Ocala." was entertaining a visitor at dinnerin erlasting.' "

-dad-of""me 'Where's. 'your. Immi-. Your Brother Leaguer, his cottage one day the door leading '- -

atloifpapersT' So- when I JandedTatftttteyLsald GEORGE l,.. TAYLOR, to the porch being closed. A large The Kindergarten School Closes.
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: :.this !sa, gr af wart o. Vice Pres. Fla. State League torn cat which usually was present at ; ;

|a.t youf< hlldreh returning home, *, Ocala, Fla. meal times was absent on this occa- Miss Annie Sharpe's kindergarten Marion Hardware

:&sk them//:where's ,your immigra. P. S.-Bring with you to the conference sion but before the meal was overcame school closed "Friday after another Company

fl; .papers?*' If ,they.'treat greenwood "Youn ,People's Hymnal" No. 2. In with a burst of. speed. that very successful year. There were no

it. way what do they do to dry -Florida Christian Advocate.. never was Inspired by hunger. The two closing exercises, but the pupils all as- .

Ip4|, jTlipld >to' thf president: 'yot men were engaged In an interesting sembled and sang a number of songs, --

ft"t remedy it in.''this ountry. The Another Flower for the Editor, discussion- when like a catapult (no [the accompaniments being played by

Electors don't know a ,sentlemarr -the Ocala Banner p.un intended), the cat, came throughthe Miss Bessie MacKay.In We Never Disappoint Our Patients
of
Harris
,
Editor
*. coolie, You must put inspec'to panel of the 'door, breaking the the afternoon the children enjoyed
has done his best to discourage his attractive Wo Fulfill Promiss and liver Hold Out Falss Km
:! :China. The president recogd wood as if it were paper. On looking an indoor picnic in the Every
trouble gubernatorial boom, but it refuses to school It has been Miss WE Strtettu wlttout th. kalfe rboofUaid Tftri.o-.i.VUMtt
that fact. but the'only friends put him in through the aperature opened by the rooms. 1C CURE paID or deUatlon boa bulla.... Coataflou Blo.d !**
|the wiy-of its execution .was to keep quiet His cat, the men saw a big wildcat stop Sharpe's custom for .several years to cared n.?.r to ntun, wltha&t m.rcary or niaeral aturti' lots ft MJU *TotittTelyeuMdj
the limelight now and then, and if an in the woodson YII'" BO ttinaUat" p nBULaL
her picnic
1 honest for the post. dashed give pupils a
men Tribunecan |short at the door as it upon Tb.Dr.g.tagMak1C..1J&sI.thIu orsit4it4er tiff
Our'Civil service ought to be eo "old Neighbor" in the Tampa the porch. .Before they recovered sufficiently the last day of school, but on account -.- Uw of ua iuu af Gorjt tor the twtmeat u4 can flit
it will be Governor Jlenou..ehro.o41a.UeL Dr. X. L Kin: Sb. tuezder f
his "
have way
tltuted. 'a& to bridge over' the ob- from their surprise to get the of the 'bad weather this year a \WI wtlUtlOD II chi ehtefeeiiauluag IpeciLlMt. ...Mfl
things ,
SQ jar as I could see it. waseable Harris next time sure. Stranger the wildcat turned and scampered they had the picnic indoors. Games "**' b"led of em1JIni pb1l1c:1&D.1l11S.urpou.
.- and very much worse gun Our tuoceu 1*lbe trettmegt cbrooic dUeMM it ui V>*.
to. the president for the into have happened tthe woods This incident did were played, good things to eat were Md; .1 nsa iwtk n dcI and electrical trend**. f
things might happen. There was Bill away themselves CI s Oar office ire equipped with .:1&hI nlrtalc. firaffif Hti">
and all enjoyed -
"ar be transferred to Shanghl who operatedand not prove cannibalism, but when Tonidisappeared in abundance, 'a lei.Ira,,Yiole' 111,&114 J1nsea ran la fact rrerr wectrfcUcootriruooknon
H kong. The: system, which Is Jclks over in Alabama a few days after Mr. immensely, although saddenedby S to the medic profeufon. OuuaiUriuiU
country all his stodern la every rupect, *ad va employ none tat U* UStrttned
paper
suIt to a Chinaman! should' be edited a Mann 'attributed it to the appetite of the thought that they would hot and effldeat Attenanta,refnlar/.Ufl 4 padUtMud
life but he did that well just as their schoolmates and their Ucecicd pJxytteUn being la e&ri _
of
'e4:. to 'tha 'issuance of passports, I he's one the varmint see some W* employ DO aUiMdlng BCI to .cctu pdeUia4l .
,',fi.o as I say, I received scant Brother Harris does: -and now On another occasion while sittingon teachers for several months. 1 ,&CrOUge-IIo 0.O.D.'i or touted for Idertian ira sent ev'erhad. bythlt laitutloa. Our term tor Creatm- from U.oI
1'T" when I arrived at Seattle Of the best governorsla'bama -his porch one afternoon Mr. Mann The pupils of Miss Sharpe's school .4 l : 10 110.00 per nontb,(medlclnes-lnolodttd Mid Terag0"e gilt tIs unf. -

C.passport: I. And there are others.-Live. Oak, two of his dom"st'<: cats rush have done exceptionally good work -_,.vv ,- uce.of ft care wlt&ln s ipeoifled dml_!.{ 4I
saw We' f 'treat aafi i
Ie'dQwager-"'., empress has 4ssuedeihatthe Democrat from the woods and across the clearing this year and she and the other teachers MY BEST REfERENCE IS. CHRONIC DISEASES. D -./ care all etronla tl:=
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1'\1\1 U n llJ' and ltLadd.< '
work. I w ie Dr.ud. u Kidney $trouble, BhearceUtm. fl
'. Chinese college sysabrogated Rev.Weir Expresses Thanks. in front of the house. A momen are very proud of their I II \1tRYv ,!InuLuLpjn ltapture.1Jydrooele..l>rtJa.* Lone 8UsIll4..a PrtrataDUeaae
1'be and the meth- : later a.big wildcat burst from tin Associated witji j I Miss Sharpe this I 1 mmLWUllISIJ *. Tnmoi aod mallgcaDi trouble*. Catarrh J' tilt
'j w Nose Throat. Head and Lungs. Disease of Eye a Ear. LI
.th& ;English univereites sub- Martel, Fla.. May 26, 1906: fringe of woods in pursuit of the domestic year were Mrs. Charlotte Pye, of Philadelphia ; N. K. KINO M.6ngf D. Chronic Dlaea.e* of Women inch u BUpUcenitnu. fJ
TIN
tad Bcli weakEBMes of
UDllI.tarIIDlaol1.rge. w?ineii.fil
....."ih erefor. This is a great step Editor Ocala Banner: catg. Despite the fact that the Miss Jennie Dunn p.nd the \ CONULTWa-+fT**PHVtIOIAIt.w-dajreeardtagyoiir condition If yoo are stet or '!\!.! z4. On request va II
for as thinks and acts the domestics were in an awful hurry ant! higher classes were, taught 'by Dr. W. : V i7 r I I" send you tar literature,including symptom ilaafct for borne rea.c ct.CONSULTATIOX -
through
:I desire to express you N ---- EXAMINATION AND AUriCEJ-rGEE i n. .1.1
t.-8) acts all CMna appreciation of the kindness were making the sprint of nine lives C. Lindsay. I II n nfl 'fSrin1
columns my aaSRSs-fE
.'tadyance L* due to the Amer- of some unknown friend or the wildcat caught one of them just KING.MEDICAL ., kII1I k2.. .

):-J-inissionaT. The Chinese are friends in the presentation of a nici about half way across the clearing. Mr I. Funeral of George Young.' I II.

'".,. tfedr superstitions. Ghosts, setof harness rent me-by express. Mann was so astonished and everything -J I.I. I II I = -_ __ _" h_____,_ ___ ::_. '.
*dragons and devils no longer aid "Inas happened so swiftly that be was i At 10 o'clock Friday morning the '
Our blessed Redeemer ? en-I
tWi\'th"' \ Women are claiming much-as ye have done it unto one of unable to rescue his pet. I funeral of George Young, the Eixt S.A. & 'Co. ;

/ ights- and demand" 'pnlvICt the least of t) ese my brethren ye Mr Mann said be lost many cats. I year-old son of Mrs. Pope, whose Standley

: knowing whom they marry; .when occasionally he discovereda
rV and .
have done it unto me. May.he I death occurred at .Crystal River, was
..they are following in the foot.t this kindness scrap of their remains the evidence
reward
member and held at the Baptist church. In the absence -,
.ctthe American. that they they had formeda
when He to make up his. jewels all proved I : .
comes
.Vhea_oar president sees to it that Sincerely, REt W. A. WEIR. repast for wildcats. of Mr. Carroll, Rev. -Sam White. The PiiiQacie of. Human Skill!

...ghItst; } are treated properly, bus- Circuit of the Christian church, preached an ;:I -
Plant
of Cotton ,
Pastor Has been reached
?f; relations between' us and them Big Bear Played 'Possum. eloquent sermon, and the singing was ia our carritta .

Incomplete and satisfactory" Annie Sharpe Receives Hand -- led by the Baraca boys the deceased! buggies and harness. The only wj '
."- Miss, The following is quite an interestingand being a member both of the Baptist ;' '
Present.
:. Wedding; at. Starke. Annie some Sharp, principal of the somewhat humorous account of a church and of the Baraca society. The f they can ever be better is to raise tb*
Miss
.;;, kindergarten school in this city was bear hunt during the palmy days when Baracas, the Ocala Rifles in uniform t pinnacle-elevate the Etandardaj -

/or the. "prettiest veddings ever of a very handsome present this game claimed the woods within a and the Ocala fire company, with \ .

.C4nr. ,in Starke was solemnized the recipient the day of school mile or two of the settlements: their wagons ,draped in black, attend- even then our vehicles will be .fooad. '. ,

r1' afternoon at the Methodist on last und the scholars of the Messrs. John and Albert Rogero and ed the funeral of their dead comradeIn I "
The patrons of the Re- at the top. They_are not eo ,hisa in .
eCpa1 church, when Miss Lettie school, with whom :Miss Sharpe is very Paul Weidman. determined to rid their : a body. A large number : ,

rt3 ,lUvers was married to Mr. presented her with a wry section of a cunning old black bear bekahs, of which Mrs. Pope is a mem.' f prices, though," ,as to be out of reacb
& U Wainright popular beautiful, diamond ring as a testimonialof that had been preying on' their hogs. Ii ber, were also in attendance at thelluneraL !! .: ,-' :.. .>, ::- -

''church'was beautifully decoratkJf& which she is They took up the trail and finally j t ? ___ of most vehicle. n rs\Let <'ug:,Ute. '
: the love.. and esteem in the .1 -ea.44e,_,. !.: : ; : ', .T, ,'-<
fired salute over :
evergreens and magnolia bIos. brought their quarry to bay at Mc- The Rifles a : -. ":-,
"1bd the ceremony was performer I held. unexpected bj Culloueh Branch. AU veteran hunters grave at Greenwood cemetery and the: you gure -. -r. ,f'. ,.';' '. .
< The gift wat"er !
Van elaborate arch made of I:Miss Sharpe.and she was so overcome the trio shot straight and poured loads mound was entirely covered from view j jby '

try and for her of lead into the huge br'ltet'hich quantities of beautiful flowers sent j }
magnolias.S'ainright it was almost impossible FEED & SALESTABLELA&TJ5"s. ?
that LIVERY t
and and the older i ;
;' ,is a conductor on the to her deep thanks and appreciation. dropped without a struggle lay by both, the.oung : -
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dir Line railway and has express. The gift is very greatly prizedby quiet. Making sure that the the beast was friends of the deceased., .....--- I ; : : :
ran dead the hunters sat on carcass _
confidence of his employers.asMived Miss Sharpe not only on account t tl
and congratulated themselves on the )Ir. Drew T; Johnson 'manager of]
In Starke for ten the beautiful
years of its value, but for _TTIf
I> After some time elapsedthey the Monarch Orange grove in Sumter
,. i8 alwaya-stood high for his ster- thought and the love that prompted easy victory., : .
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prepared to remove the carcass county near Wildwood, .was a visitorto : <>
!jto? cter'and manly, courteous of it '
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Ns bride has lived here near- the: :Giving \ and one of the hunters giving vent to Ocala Friday. This is the largest you-have lands jouwkK to s J, leaseorrent.j ;- $ : '
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.ber life and is of the most Will Engage in Peach Growing. his feelings drew his knife and orange grove in the world. and..is a ':', Iaild6fOz i
one '- if want ,to buy farmThggrazn J
.8ft V accomplished""flond* popular. plunged it into the motionless body thing of beauty'. .:;- : ;:;?t. you ; : f1'J : '
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'.,w"$,young ladies. The lands at Candler, Fla.. belonging saying: Tou :will not carry off any i.7', :- turpntiningor1umberpurpose, ', ; .' =,'..1'''!' ':

d. !rs. Walnright will maker.nonie".in to. Hugh White, of Covington. Ga.have .. more hogs. The dogs were lying JJr. T. P/Lantareauxi. 'of Leesburg.' ; > '- r'JYnte "to, ., '. ':;?, ,
Ocala -Friday. He was- accbnfpanied : ',- ;: \ ; '- ;*; -
oJ around the carcass enjoying! the resultof was in' ; "

".k(:.t l g'raph. Jacksonville, at presentrjde Kenwood been, Mo.sold. who to Mr.will Spurgin.engage IB the chase when the knife was ..horn in the.,aftertJ9OU. by' :'ills _. :. -.: ;": ,. .' ,_' ,. ', ,.._it. l .- ; <' _> .: n ,= :, :;::f :;;/ '. ': :

aswill also T. E. Wil.iams'of plunged into the bear. Imagine the consternation brother Mr. {X42.Lamoreauxi-who tasbeen :: ESTATEC@1'." / '
: Is a neice of Mrs. William peach growing, < : ;BIJOUNT' REtAIl : : -
who last winter of both men and dogs when in Ocala at.Jhe ositalfor several t., ; .. ,, : '
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SOME ODDITIES AT 60DEGREES loss. \ COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. VEGETABLES. MEETING OF GOOD ROADS ASS'OCIATION. curtail his output

y BELOW ZERO. Great spikes used In '
; *- 9 W B.
to
i Baker of 3fcMejnam
-- ing the frames of of the Special Meeting Held Report of ,Standing Committee on in P'Qi:

String Phenomena Appearing: Where s ubjected to this frigid Monday May 28, 1906.OFFICL4L. Vegetables. county claims that there fa.

./,.Th. Cold It Excessive, at Told by c ontracf where Imbedded The annual meeting of the county scarcity' of lavor everywhere aaa ':\o' '
.
Chester W. Tennant commissioners and Good Roads Association the labor conditions so .
of
:;: Dawson and when clinging fiber ( .) (By .)Ir. W. M. Gi"t) far as belt
:: v Yukon Territory in P putar of Florida will be held in the able to learn, are steadily
Mec longer control' Mr. President. Ladies crO
an ,no and Gentlemen: tin
special meeting of the board of city of Tallahassee Tuesday June 19, worse.
: .
in "What
J chanics. Happens at 60 ,
bDegrees y the $bringing spikes I cannot, in this paper convey to 0
r Below Zero commisisoners -was held at the S It is evident that the
a Tempera
claims
Jump In' the wood and your, minds a comprehensive idea of 1906.Every
tore Not Uncommon the Yukon house In Ocala board of county conmlssloners there is a sufficiency of labor
Fla the
in 2Sth
1 anted by a loud booming on the vegetable industry of the state.It thro -.
'in the state should be represented out the turpentine belt .
Country. sounds like 'the firing of of May, A. D, 1906. Present were is so varied that it is .a deep sub and that tijf
and, if possible the entire'board should I output is to be large this
i: or as if some one had IL W. Long; chairman; S. R. ject, calling forth much energy and year are'nitS
attend. A special invitation Is also, leading and
r Mr./ill Tennant tells trange and remarkable building with a sledge N. A. Fort J. L. Edwards. C. W. "grey matter." Let me accent the promulgated tor a p U1I.
extended .
to all city, county and state poses, The contrary
tales of coldand frost He, t here happens to be I the entire board and Mr. R. latter if the grower wishes to be successful. appears to i
officials, and to the press and citizensof I case and it is believed that ..
; says: spike in the structure, Anderson of the citizens' committee. It calls for as much care aao
the entire state who interested the
are year conditions
will be
:"1 am 'writing this on January 25; fore not one. but many chairman stated to the board thought and energy as the raising of even 1ro- .
in the question of improved highwaysManr Some of the factors
for; two weeks we nave had a 'cold I ploslons which 'resemble i committee that the object of this; children of whom we expect to make seen Friday IL will be tend '
interesting that the
.P 1L Temperature has ranged from L f rom a target range. The i was to consider certain errors; men and women of the highest type, papers laborers at the sting.
read and the from the various not work
reports much
44| counties will prove of interest to all:I time and that the becoafip
is
negro
down to (8 degrees below. Some of r oil begins to house to be erected especially as munity in which they' may be fist.
present. generally unreliable.
i the outlying Yukon police stations rePOrt grees, and at .60 degrees the thickness of the stone for ve S The vegetable industry is too variedto '* .
We seek to inspire interest The
a deeper heavy rains .
of
the
80 degrees below. These coldwaves I grees below becomes as I The county adviser Mr Wil- be discussed fully hereAtf'-this time, past few'
and a broader conception of this great t days will seriously affect
alternate with warmer periods ooks much like lard or Hocker, and .Mr. R. Anderson but I may say that it is one of the opera 1 1t
: work for Florida and her people. for the
present time. Some
of10 of
degrees below. itle darker and can be certain statements as to what L moneyed industries and possibly I the op4
As citizen of rators report
every ,enterprising that it is with
Strange manifestations appear as at'I'Iult the can with a knife architect promised: whereupon,, would .be .pardoned for saying that it great dimcu"ty
Florida Is interested in the work of r :that they can get their
of the extreme cold'one is the you would cut lard or now brings more dollars int()-the state De<
George MacJCay, assistant t .
the association it is the desire of the to work in the flat woods. A
way a fire burns in the stove. It roars ed lamp or lantern left made a statement as to the than the orange crop. The mQvement i great dot .
officers that this meeting shall be the the country is '
And crackles like a great forge and I temperature will freeze defects. And the architest of truck (you know we grow truck under water and
II largest and best Jn its history. will be time -
some before the
wood in the clove seems to dissolve in out in about eighty Chamberlin also made statements,, and ship ,stuff) commencing in November woods jf

the flames like a chunk of ice; the not seen gasoline is continuous until July. giving An appropriate program of enter in a favorable condition even if it ,d.
to the
agreed following changes
tainment will ,be provided by the Tallahassee not rain.
wood is gone and we wonder where from any of the low the details to-wit: nine months shipping season for the
committee and all will
receive -
th* beat we.nt.At' that we have yet to be about ten inches wide. state. Some part of the state having welcome. 5------ --

: : 60 degrees below every stovepipe Home Seeker. stones are to be three inches stuff that is wanted by the'man who a hearty
Y
The commissioners of Leon county fif'ER truck farmr
throws out a great white cloud has the dollars all this
through
and have two anchors top and I the officials of the city of Tallahassee

k of wnoke and vapor resembling a Marriage at the The two-inch-courses are to period. The market demand for all and citizens of city,and county all Joinin I JLij knows (or ought to
etftimbodt in its whiteness College.
and this two-inch our products is increasing. Twelve '
facing, and to be five
extending cordial Invitation to I
Among the pleasing t to be present. Come. 1
with the other :
whitegraymist the stone two inches thick would not have thought of shipping .
marked the closing of the The trip will do you good and }..1urpresent'e is
or haze that remains permanent cutis to be used wherever a carload of lettuce to New York indispensable for pr..
ment occasion the will us.
ta the atmosphere, the town like acreat was I at one time. Xow that market encourage
of can
Rhennus H. by Captain MacKay. hotels: and) houesill I
Alderman i The boarding ducing &
good-paying
; fog when it is 40 tru
degrees or take
that the end of the building care of a trainload at paving
.
I
Kathervne Purnell, the give special rates to aU delegates.
more below.zero. TWs white-gray fog be circular on the inside; or, prices. I might mention other crops.
House will be headquarters crops.
ing performed in the m The Bloxham
.
,
L la not fog as you know it, but is frozentag be circular on the inside as For instance, what effect would the
the per ralt'fllr $1.50
ten more
college dormitory by ; or
and every man, woman child, animal 5-a-that is the present potato crop of Hastings have A liberal
Walker president of the square on per day, two in a room; $2.00 per day quantity .of!
t and even the fire that burns is .
had on the market five
and round on the inside and even years I
Alderman the H. W. LONG,
throwing out moisture into the air occupies single person. POTASH with
? along
ago ,
and Mrs. Alderman that of no additional cost to the coun- President.J. ampl
'which is Immediately turned into a ,
The demand has increased and also
ture. They are both W WHITE, Secretary. amounts of
cloud phosphoric
of frozen which floats
.vapor acid]
the
means of distributing. I might
nent educators of the changes were apprQved by the ,
away and remains visibly' suspendedIn architect. say that this part of the business has and

: the air. Very slowly this settles to are greatly .loved) by the the following resolution been seriously neglected. It should bea MISLEADING REPORTS : nitrogen, is vital to]

:. earth; and In the morning. about the faculty. They were atten< ABOUT NAVAL STORES .
business successful
separate from the giowing. truck
adopted, to-wit;
Gilmore, Edmondson : growing. .
-steps and any protected place, one The growing and packing Is a job big "
That that the :
A. Davis, Harvey it appearing Jacksonville Industrial Record Shows
can see a fine film of flour-like !
very of dispute as to the tickness enough for any man. But nearly every "Truck "
dust Rarnett, Mr. Gallaher.: Conclusively That Published Reports Farcing, an interesting boofcf
which
is
deposited of
composed stone to be used in the construc trucker thinks (and I am_ one of them I dealing with
I frozen Wilson Miss Alderman, Are Without Foundation. I practical truck raising andj
vapor. and little"Miss of the court house has been ad- myself), that be can ship his stuff to S able to every truck farmer will
Exposed ears, hands and Mr. groom. I be sent tof
nose
by the specification of three- better advantage than the man who There to be general cam, farmers
a
on free
Tennant tells the flower girl, from appears request, of any cost .;
us, freeze at this temperature
I the heart of'a magnolia stone instead of two-inch stone; keeps up with that end and makes it paign (>f misrepresentation under wayin obligation.Addreu... .,_
in
going a distance of about a business giving his entire time and i iattention
wedding ring was taken. change Is executed by the con I Savannah, as a method .)f fighting .
GERMAN
one block unless well protected. Thebrea.th to KALI WORKS.
service of the :Methodist without any additional cost to distributing. Jacksonville's claim as an open mar- ttew Y.rlc- 3 NMSMI Street orAtUttte.

roars like a mild jet of steam county; and, There is money in the business, and I L. Ga.-tt So.
hUe dipper of used and Dr. Walker Bro"$**$
a boiling water ket.First
thrown The contractors and W. there are also sleepless nights and
-j the presence of more than I there came through the columns -
out into the air emits
a peculiar whistling dred members the & C;). have agreed that the grey hair to one who falls a victim. of the Savannah Xe\\s the daily
hiss as Its drops circle throughthe )
e I a few special friends of < details, plans and specifica I repeated statements that the general:; Jerry Burnett
frosty atn osphere. And this .
remind to be given pursuant to the Abrams Explains His Defeat. :
Ing; parties. They will gen- tendency to lower the naval stores
us of the story of:a cold frostymorning'in : j
mer :in the :west and plans and specifications, shall not market was caused by the action of
Nova Scotia, when a per- Governor Eroward left his highoffice"to MerchantTailoring.
behind I the opening of;the college effective until approved by and [ j the Jacksonville factors in diverting
eon walking along a couple who '
I come down here and maka known
ber.-Sutherland Notes, In to the assistant architect; shiprnent- that, porC This has been "
were conversing was able to pick up] his preference for senator and
Union. vepie- proved to be a false compilation of
:'- from the road their frozen words and I
sentative. While he did not declare
It appears that the con
: shipments from this city for the past! .
read what they were saying; but thia for Withers and Lanier In either
Death of Mr. have offered satisfactory ex ,
six made' to
months, having been prove S
: !. digression.$ Again. ,to quote from speech, he rode with them through the Ocala Florida. -,
--" for the delay in tendering the '
that shipments to Savannah from this
I
Jlr. Tennant's article: Prom Last required to be given by them county and made it very plain that
Friday ; port are not as heavy as they were Finest
.. vProspectors, in attempting" to boila he wanted them elected then the next Imported and:
The young son of Mr. before the Jacksonville board of trade 4
dish of rice or beans Domestic Cloths. .
upon a camp to ex-Governor '
Long who lives about They did tender on the appea.ras Jennings, declared this to be an open market.
flre
unprotected from the weather, find of the city died early day, of May, 1906. to the clerk of B. E. McLin and J. C, Luning. and The next statement made was to the
that the side of the dish which Is In Cutting a Specialty,:
ing of typhoid fever. board, a surety company bond, with theinfluence these men could effect that Jacksonville had but fif
Fits
the fire will boll while the part of the have in Leesburg and Umatilla Guaranteed, .
The deceased is satisfactory to the ,
was a attorney teen feet of water. This statement ap
dish'exposed the
to weather has fro splendid] habits was about the 'board; be it, therefore, enough votes were changed in these peared In the Savannah Xews. That .

sen. To remedy this the dish is setcompletely years of age and was an : That the said bond be two precincts to defeat Abrams by the paper said; when they made the statement -
into the fire. Edged tools ItcIYJZJt '
MACKA1FUNERAL
z'0. narrow margin of fiftyti"e'ot > and
and (s. '
subjected to this temperature becomeas and hardworking young approved as being given that they gave out this upon tHe ;

news of his death was with :the call for bids While Mr. Withers is a good citizen, best
bard and as brittle as glass and wbreak II authority. I : :
and perhaps will do no harm In the
sorrow by his relatives specifications in consideration of Of course this:' statement in reference .
as readily under strain. I have senate, the best friend he has in the
: The funeral will take :agreement on the part of the con- to the depth of the water was i
een a pop safety valve blow oft county will not contend that he Ls the
,
wood cemetery at 10 () to 'the matters above recited I so false as not to receive serious con- 1
team when weather "was below 6 degrees
p I
man for the place. The combined :"
-and will be conducted resolution.
ing sideration. In the first the .
: wlth Icicles which had formed : place, Clyd: ,
motion it strength of Broward,Jennings, tuning
by the condensation while it W. -Moore, of the was ordered that inas steamers, drawing from 18 to 19 feet'
was
This paper extends its as M. T, Lewman '& Company I and McLin was barely sufficient in of have JDIRECTORS.j
recently adopted
: Stowing off banging from the outer water a regular
to the bereaved faimly. to erect the court house Leesburg and Umatilla to turn thirty
hour of
sailing showing conclu
: rim of..-the valve. The Icicles were not
or forty votes Abrams
of aglnst and bringabout
a misunderstanding as to
melted by the outrunning, steam but sively that the statement of the Sa
Left $300,000 details for the same the said Lew- the election of Withers. The
remained there for days through vannah News is false. But the Clyde
question with them and those they
do ,
--- & Company have thirty days' ,- -
line could have
xnany lOwot'l's, as i passed inis station ships drawing 20 feet
Fred and Bowen LyXes time to that Included in could control was not the fitness and Have full
very day and watched the operation. and sail regularly for the engineering a stock of Coffins Cattett \
trators of the estate of contract to complete the erection capacity of Withers for the place, but of the and Burial Outfits. Special gives to;
-E AU vegetables, !potatoes apples fruits, department United States ,
_ father. Dr. Howell T. court house. to sustain the administration. and Burial services. ..
egcs. etc.. can be allowed to freeze un. government gives out the positive "
filed with the clerk of the the board adjourned to ,while the rest of the state has turned
4 til they become like bullets. To make statement that there are 20 feet ofwater I Embalming Order
their bond tn the in session t lieo.dminlstrationdOwn most emphatically.
of
sum $ regular on Monday,the ..'
I ready for use place them in cold wa- at low tide at Trout cheek the
are placed in charge of day of June, 1906. Lake county has stoyd byit. Itmay -_. -
_ -4' ier tor half ,a day before. using and shallowest, point of the river. At the I '
sonal property of their H. W. LONG, Chairman. be that Lake county is right and
,: the frost will slowly withdraw without bar there is from 26 to 30 feet of water 1to1e.ittaL.&DFULik .
Dr. Lykes was one of T. SISTRUNK. Clerk. the balance of the state wrong: time I .....,... :
: and it is
i Injury to the article. To attempt to only a question of a few -.v.-- .
iL nn Jn Florida. He bad .. alone demonstrate. who is right on .1-
thaw them out by more rapid months before there is 24 feet of waterto *.'.
10 ( \
property and 'cattle Cement Fence Posts. the drainage: question. For our part, L. r. BLA
process or shot water'spoils them for the docks of Jacksonville.As 'uLTEa&LLLocL j
pa he owned several \ we bow, down to the Verdict of the I
: : to all these statements in the Savannah -
1 ase.Yr. of real estate. It is ,., exhaustion of timber supplies people of Lake county, and Mr; Withers News t Dratists.
the Industrial
Tennant tells some remarkable Record
was worth in the parts of the west and middle is now our candidate for the senate Over Muiye a Ch&mbHss Ba kOcalaPIa.
tales of thawing out a frozen foot, ear, the official organ of the operators
300000. and the hort life of the modern no matter what outside influences
hand by immersing the member In throughout the 'turpentine belt entersa >>!TGGS
j County Judge Robles 'Post has made the cement post brought about his election,-.-Tavares T.E. _
-coal-oil for some tI.me-often' several positive deniaL It also denies in its
said that he most favored Herald.
thought the substitute. Al-
ATTORNEYATLAW.JOCee .
I issue of
T hours. lie says: yestetrday the statement that

i 'Thls Is absolutely a safe remedy was the largest ever put the manufacture of concrete The '"Short' Talks" man of the there is.plenty of labor and that there U ry-Jltmew Bl* k.) .
state. has become "
1 and one thus escapes the surgeons sufficiently exten- Times-Union perpetrates the following is to be more than a normal production OCALA p.oKIDI.p":
The deceased left no to constitute a
separate industry.
--! knife as no bad results follow. This In Concrete declares that a at the expense of the editor of the of spirits. In reference.to the lat EDWIN SPENCER S

i* not hereaay, a .man was saved a Starke Telegraph: ter statements the Industrial Record
Is a Manuscript of the middle west discloses the
-_ I few years ago at our office byfthe Wonder if the editorial fraternity has interviewed the factors of this city 'ATTORSEY-AT-LAW, S
that the country, is today thor- .
: night watchman who found him in the and some of the operators. The state- OCALA. ; :4-J- nollD A:
of Florida
Whether 'a. publisher awake. to the'advantages of will) not feel like readingout _:_._:._ : .

; mow (45- degrees below zero) and of their ranks the editor of the ments made by those interviewed is .a 1. CHASE.
manuscript from cement 'which j Is J
,accepted post, practically _
4 both hands frozen to the wrists. He and print the manuscript Bradford County Telegraph E.. S. most positive disclaimer of the state

was taken into the .office and treated Matthews now that he has become a ments which have appeared In the Sa. DL IST. -
as. the work of the conservative estimate places the !
--J- as above for about five hours when bank official. It's a departure from I vannah News and the Naval Stores OCALA ft
consulting the writer's of
concrete posts now In use
all the frost was drawn out without taming his permission is United States at 3500000. The the tradition of the profession to have Review reference to there being a CAUOS L. SISTRCNt,

: so much as losing a finger-tip. The money enough for thai Editor Matthews plentiful supply of labor and a large
the damage suit of Walter ;which is increasing enor ATTOIRIY-AT.LAW. 1
physicians were amazed as they box: cut. The following statements were
may expect heresy trial as
of Col. .
Denver author and comes from railroad owners. .10111
thought amputation must have to be soon as the association meets.1* made'to the Record by those who are 4. M.-.ic ItlihllllC
man. against Harper & owners and farmers. Some idea I
r: i resorted to. His hands were"white 1 Editor Love of the Quincy Herald- engaged in the naval stores industry: I
on trial in the United importance of this industry is B.

and hard as marble and when -plaoed (- court. by the fact that to the Era sold out 'to go into the banking The Consolidated Comjany.-"The lU..tss N.SINCLAIR_ ;
: up
t in the oil they snapped and cracked business. But when an'Jthereditor labor condltipns continue to grow
The f is the STENOGRAPHER
case first of time patents to the number of & TYPEWRITER
: as the oil began to act the wor: upon brought in the United ben Issued.erinl different ran for office and, proposed to pay for scarcity of ani Notary Public.

-V Ice crystals. The remedy should be establish ; publishing his announcement he was labor with a tendency to greatly decrease .
a precedent. It of construction. Special Wort
I attention to of Town
out
-t remembered by all residents ;of cold whether when a manuscript accused of being a corporation!.- the output for the present year.

climates: they would a'' : Conditions are 23 cent Commercial Bank Ocala Fla.
as save many L ed into the hands of a I Prohibition and Cou-t Costs. -Lake City Index. per worse than

-- limb. The temperature of the oil I Iw implied contract is of the So he Wa,,- Thf editor who made his they were la.st year, and there appearsto
arguments used
-: houM be about the same as that of by pro- announcement in the at I be no hope of an Improvement"Jarnes 1
4 change shall be made in it Is that it reduces court newspapers I t

; the iving'room (about 60 degrees consent of the author. to a minimum. contract prices and accompanied the & Jessup Company,-"We !lit W'illPayYou

______: 4 above) Great caution j is one.day's 'proceedings.. in the same with his ,check and threw no have not heard in the past' few days, 'I l.

must be exercised during extreme cold I but from the best
.. The defeat of Editor r court <.f Leon county: stones, at his opponent was defeated. information we have i
weather so as not to frost the lungs, : there is a general
the Ocala Star who ) The man who pelted his opponent in scarcity of labor ,
was grand jury made the following I
_ r which one will"quickly do if he hustles for the legislature In >nts Tuesday: the back with stones cot the plum. The throughout the naval stores belt" !

about at an ordinary pace. Quick ca.us.es poignant regret in state vs. Lewis Cobb unlawful I mills of the g'df sometimes grindstrangely. ] The J. P. Williams Company.'Thelabor ,i ,

rX and fatal pneumonia be conditions
can contracted Editor are not satisfactory

I!:: In a few minutes. Many a fine commissioner.Applf>yard's aTo defea I liquor. at all Labor is very scarce at the II ir You have any Real Estat

: team of hordes has been lost in this 3 3a Both gentlemen accept grt state{selling vs. Robert liquor. Morehead un- HELP IS OFFERED present time and in July and August i If to sell, ,

way. characteristic dignity and 'state TO WORTHY: YOUNG ;PEOPLE.We It is believed that conditions will be '
I. "One has be \William Johnson, alias ,OR
Jo careful about touch even worse than they are Jiow."
ingtilings with unprotected hands murmur.. pynta. Gorda II Boy. unlawfully selling liquor. earnestly request \11 young persons West-Flynn-Harris Company.- ."The S

state, vs. Alfred Golden; unlaw no matter how limited their ITYou're thinking of eomipg,
__1i: It is dangerous to take hold of a Mrs. William Ross' and selling liquor. : labor conditions are bad. There is not IF to Florida for

door knob when it is (JO-degrees be- S means or education who wish to obtain as much as there was last anti a home
ter. Mamiewho year ,
have state ,
"So Wio.
Henry
i *
*'low zero or thereabouts with the unprotected the winter at Sarasota: selling liquor.:' ? '.J1Is. un a thorough business trai.ing'and I the Conditions presenting a serious j jpnri

", hands, unless you are 'Nre- guests of relatives At state vs. Adam 'a good position t()' "write by FIRST >Iem to the industry." OR

ful to release your hold for If you the Pope, Unlawful- mail for our tW.EATHALF ':RATE I Independent >f the factors who were
,past few days. After '! liquor. You desire
'lo it will freeze ynur inner palm in 1'r S : to invest in any,
eral OFFER. :. -_ *?en and wha are quoted above, IF .
days with relatives at state Gad. several -
j vs. den
? kind of Florida
f Waters un- !
seconds be painful there- I property ]
..7ive very i will go to Asheville X. y selling:, liquor. Success, Independence and probableFortune ()operators were seen- here -yesterday ,

-s: : :. after and the result is the same a#-I; Mr. R Jones alias '
: ,.. from touching a red hot -s \we. t tha"t city. Jones and Hester Write today.? existing and said'that the TOSEE

- *"(!anned goods undergo frightful J I I Stratton' unlawfully Stratton alias; THE GA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE scarcity of labor was materially cur- OR WRITE

_ -i contraction during extreme cold. and :\h!. Ed Wallace has I selling: 5-25 2-m Macoiv Ga tailing the output.,

suck in air; In summer with, a temperature ao!ne: in Jacksonville R' J. Bishop of Lake :
after -
county claims

-iV;: : of 90 df'lO'eeJdl1e! reverse: condition f I a. -week. in OeaU with. Mn' : !! ,tate, : selling. vs. Benjamin liquor.:-Tallahassee Ford, un .Mr. J. J. Williams, president of the that he is having more.trouble in securing 'J. H. LIIIMGSTON I N & SON 1

t occurs, causing leakage and, t 1rn: and .daughters.: : i .'.: -' ', .:. .: Wiliams Fish Company of Homosassa, labn thN year than he has ever

.: t I : was doing business In Ocala )I ,
-: 6 I ::-- ;". :. .. <1nday. had and that he has been forced to OCALA FLORIDA.k .


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iiHE PRESS this 'service 'the' :American farmer can was then requested that all the NOTICE.In S NOTICE. A

_ have all tbe advantages of a; city life s of the members of the asso S

1ATiON. and 'none of! the disadvantages ,that it who. were going on the press the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial County Judge's Notice to Executors .
Circuit of Florida in and
for .
_____: : : possesses believe that it Is an. educator ..., Third to ,the- "Sapphire Country" Marion County-In Chancery..., Administrators Etc. Guardians,

D'FROM PAGE 5) and that ,placing him, as it does, the "Land of the Sky.". be handed ,_ r 'The attention of all Executors, Administrators -S.-
The Florida City of Ocala, Complainant vs. C. W. Guardians and all other
in closer touch with the'business man the secretary ,
-: 1 Morse, Jr., Defendant Order for
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_ -. : otUi .unttedStates. and'that of the 'town'and' the'outside" world In promptly.aV > < meeting was then ,adjourned To Constructive' Service matters persons relating exercising to estates authority under in and any S

fie iinej comes from, to run general, he is less liable to become thetool morning at the next year In Key West at the It is ordered that the defendant by virtue of the authority of this

rdpartaent, of which the 3>f the political'"demagogue' And dent jBHtinger ,.of the' executive, committee. ,-", herein named to-wit: C. W. Morse. Jr.. court, is respectfully called to sections
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'1s a. 9art. r farther believethat Uveryis E he = '>: S" -' be and he is hereby required to appear: 1873 to 1839 inclusive, Revised
.rural free d -
tleltV !
a to the bill.of,complaint filed in thiscause""on'or4
: Statutes of Florida relating to the
:' Vryt3'to i' h d to become a potentjiactprn thpugh its c .GAITERVGILLE..... before;; "
: ,. very ; & 'z settlement of their accounts, final discharge -
____._ --'- .tnld. SUCh a wonderfulis bringing-th'e;golden,a fe "to;America, Easoo.' :r abated* ;,; Monday the 4th Day of June, 1906. .' and removal of, for failure to .,_ _
baa aftercontin
e rain It Is further .ordered that of
being Jealously and maklng this in fact the land .of tions; \\ 4a cqpy make such return and reports as are _
.;. t a week leaving the ground in this order be published once a week required by law, and NOTICE is here-
of the poip the 1L3Ply,1>prosperous and freeas. wellas adopted: for four consecutive weeks in the
jirramehes; .fix for planting out sweet potatoes. by given to all concerned that all
"if one-fourth larger than the home of"the brave' I am a finri 'Report of : Ocala Banner a newspaper published Executors Administrators. Guardians -
|| corn and'peanuts are looking well
two-thirds the believer In rural routes; that'th'ey hefp"to Your in said counf'y and state. and others who have failed or neglected -.
'fJte, 4eIIytiy'and mit the the grass is just as fine. This 24th 'day of April 1906. to make their returns to this courtas

rlfwayimali.v1 ':.; .Each !"I Iocai1paperthatthey- :,. ar pfbeue ; --fa e -.are; .hustling. ..around (Seal) S., T. SISTRUNK required by law on or before the
; (because Uncle Sam fit to the advertiser; a.nd"1f' ISh fair days preparing their crops: Clerk' Circuit Oourt. -Marion County first day of June. 1906 will be required -

workmen to labor on to stir up an insurrection come to Columbia hereby express : Florida. to make such settlement under process
.., eh1s: tion of the the last plowing. T. E. Biggs Complainant's" Solicitor. of this court and will be forth-
and advocate the
.heiflcan: be; avoided) sees county doing tended.by the lons in this section have been 4-27 with removed from office.

>t"':nve thousand of the bright away with them. by the continued rains of the -- As these returns are often complicated -

_ .!jae'a of our country serving I thank you. their .friends ; week however there will be a A pair of our White House shoes requiring the examination of the .
S |our stay will make your feet glad. New low entire record and considerable time,
Mi'wth: "certainty, celerity ready for sale next week. quarter styles just In; for men and S
_ The hit of the evening was the duet Editors, parties desiring to make such settlements
ty," :with, the highest grade T. W. Tombling and brother, women. The 'Fair. r are requested to advise me the
by Messrs. Jake and Albert Gerig, special
.rvfce JmQwn. But we .area of Dunnellon, were in Gaiter- particular day on which they intend to _
Ocala's two irrepressibles, who cannot mittee on NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT make settlement in order that I may
P and the best .Is the of Mr. R. D.
4e1uiogres.s"* be beat anywhere. They sang the our sessions by Sunday guests arrange my engagements with others _

: OOd; and an American will "Grasshopper and the :,Sweet Potato sounds: the Come again, gentlemen. In( the County Judge's Court Marion having business at the office so there
"- .jacift d. with less. L. F. Sparkman and ye scribe will be no conflict. Respectfully,
Vine" with original and clever varia given us the County, Florida. JOSEPH BELL
S down to the the sights In the "Min
1IOW' tQ'come ques- tions. The ,audience was convulsed ters for our viewing To OTTO GROTHE, Defendant, and County Judge of Marion CI .lnty, Fla.
"
: "it[ pay? I am told that the city" Saturday. 3-2-tf. S
with laughter from the first note to forget the -
certain section of T. Bayard of the mining dis
-nkej In a -
the last, and they were vociferously excursion, All Persons Interested.
: --u cauSed the price of lanaiyaluefrom15to25p encored and responded with the.fetch- points of was the guest of her sister,_ Mrs. YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that NOTICE. -

S i i r ing song "The Watermelon on the successfully."All A. Ross the past week. your property ,has been attached under .5 fin
hu caused the farmers to Ed V. Rayburn made a business the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judicial
;J; "
Vine. have and by virtue of a writ-of attachment S Circuit of Florida-In and
S :bonds; for good roads and to4esandthewealthymenot The orchestra composed of Iessrs.W. at home a. to the "Brick city" Monday. issued out of the County Judge's for Marion CountyInChancery.

; S. Pike Albert .Gerig. and W. W. "Resolved J. G. Rucker has left Gaiterville Court of Marion County, Floruti, in a .
these time. He will reside at i Bessie I.Davenport, Com & tant
1 : ,ire helping to pay a short certain ,vs.
Condon rendered several action
delightful- to the therein pending, instituted

: Previous to the Inauguration of lections the'conclusion. of the ,meet their S by attachment wherein? Florida WilUam for Constructive R. Davenport Service.Defendant. Order '.

; e, these men had never con- ing. tended'to us "H. W. Brooks has accepted a Packing an-1 Ice Company, a corpora- It is ordered that the Defendant.. _

11 tli'day's labor nor one cent InS at Inverness on Captain herein named to-wit: William R. Dayenport -
and
After listening to the evening's pro- tation to and tion.organize existing under the

t:S-Iq/. better the roads and thusnsetres grom the guests were. treated to sandwiches bers and their orange grove. laws of tha slate; of Florida is plaintiff appear ,to be the and Bill is of hereby Complaint required In this to S

and their section. Now cake, lemonade and punch. "While the Gaitervilleltes are making 'prep and you. OTTO GROTHfi is defendant cause on or before, Monday, the 4th

S Aimershave the benefit of good Quite a good, crowd of people were tains of for the Sunday school picnic and that you are hereby required day of June 1906.
'S find the other fellow helps to pay May 31, at Stokes' Ferry It.Is. further ordered that a copy of
: out last evening and all seemed to see provided to appear to said ajtion before:
": crowd is this order be published once a week
< A large ex
grounds.
thoroughly enjoy the exercises. Is yet in-the the said Court on or before the for eight consecutive weeks in the
Y.
:
.the, dealer who carries a that as the two candidates, Light Fourth Day of June, A. D. 1906 Ocala Banner a newspaper publishedin

merchandize to get BELLEVIEW. In :Matthews, will be on hand. will said county and state.
jA "general ity we are or judgment be enterel against
boat will be launched This 26th day of March 1906.
The new ferry ,
1li of the patrons on each rural to express you. The amount claimed by; said Seal. S. T. _
[ ]
SISTRUNK
Mrs. Hames who has b?au on' the If the weather Is
._S .;i.Dlf then advertise his goods t forethought Wednesday Florida Packing and Ice Company is Clerk Circuit Court Marion county, "

Jyjfl a .neatly gotten-up circu- sick 'lIst' the. past.week- went to .Ocala cursion; we as it' has been run through a the sum of EIGHTY NINE and 95-100) .' Florida.
.
:in' out In .an envelope1 with; a Thursday to see Dr; Van H od: '; will, be the .- through- the efficient man dollars. Allred. & Davis H. L. Sistrunk. '
Solicitor D. C.
.5 ,0 of F. I}. sparsman
at ,ata1fllr5SOfl1: business men Mrs. Sansbury and baby after rule and I Ferryman FLORIDA PACKING AND ICE CO., 330.Complainant's
d'that the rural routes work to now that the hope it will stand the test this By HERMAN BENJAMIN 1
spending the past month with Mr. and UNCLE JOE. .
i 4aterest of. the mail Qrder house, ture we are Vice President and Manager.H. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE OFJFINA { 5
Mrs. Bradley, .left Saturday'afternoon -
"djeser -same. merchants should re- still more: I L. Anderson Attorney: for Plalntll. 5- DISCHARGE.
home in Coleman. Just .What .Everyone Should Do. pIn
S.- for their .- -
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'that the mail order man ad- been'e1joyed.. '
visited her County Judge's Court, Marion County
Mrs. H. C. Northey
both In newspapers and by ."That the Mr. J. T. Barber, of Irwinville Ga., Our low quarter White House shoes *Florida. 13 Re Estate. of J. t!. Fdwards,
S daughter Mrs. Pratt this .week. bottle of Chamberlain's for Men and Women can't be beatenin Deceased. 5,
what he keeps a
I He'tells'thttbuyer extended
ae. on
.. Th 'BaptSt! 'Ladles Aid will' have 'asocial Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ocala. The Fair. x \fomci5 IS HEREBY GIVEN 'TO ALL
r jot; and atwhatprice' he will flet.td the. Attacks .L' whom it concern that on the
and ice cream sale at. the home hand ready for Instant use. may
;.* film at his"nearest, station. of Mrs. Polly this evening.Mr. feel during colic cholera morbus and diarrhoea NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE. 1st day June A. D.touo.

patron"usually prefers to give his Is Indeed on so suddenly that there is no the undersigned will apply to the H< \.. Joseph
Rex. Nichols Is spending,, the to hunt a doctor or' go to the Under and by virture of a final decree Bell,judge of said court; as judge of probate.
sest- to a home' dealer But..compels week at home recuperating.S"' for medicine. Mr. Barber says: rendered on the 28th day of April for a final discharge as Administratrix of tft.
: keen In ibis'road land' of S have tried Chamberlain's 'Colic, A. D. 1906, by the Honorable W, S. estate of J. P. Edwards. deceased. and at the
: :The .mail order man Invites Rev.. }.lr. Barze went to Ocala-Wednesday : : and: Diarrhoea Remedy which Bullock,. Judge of >the Circuit Court same time I will present to said court toy final _
.( to see a physician about his of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the accounts administratrix: of said est._ and
I
of the best medicines ever saw. '
he tells should one !ask for their
e; you why y&a: approval.
S 5--' hand which has been poisoned. bottle of it In room as state of Florida. in and for Marion
my .
keep a I : Dated this Nov. 28, A. D. 1905. .
die_ .him; ,he insists that he can of colic county in chancery, in a certain cause I .
.Fxwiiere: and little daughter, Eleanor .5 5, a : have' had several attacks D. C. BOW Ai.DS. -
;"you.'money. Does the home nier- f-Ir. kResolved, ft has proved to be the best med pending therein,wherein D. C.W. Smithis As Administratrix Estate ot J. P. Edwards.deceased

t doth1i; If'he does not and'he attended the.Elks' reception in we note the.. I ever used." Sold by all drug- complainant and .James Coons. 1326m .
Ocala last Friday night m Mary B. Coons and Porter Hanks, jr., ,
trade, who Is :to blame? Editor Geo.
are defendants. in which said final decree -
S Proctor ayery
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. gave
: farmer know: the I, the undersigned special masterin NOTICE OF SECOND PRIMARY.
Ipopea flvins twelve we A Card of Thanks.
: for the -
pleasant "party. young. people chancery; was named and appointedto -
S i from Lake City breaks'an imp r* : '' of h1she.. lth. ; A second primary will be held on
Tuesday evening. iS x r execute.the ,same. will as such special _
.part of.a mac.hlne. And I want to MITCHELL. We are l The Ocala Banner on' behalf of, the master on the 12th day of June; A. D.. 1906, to 5

Bright hare that we have some ofMet ual recovery press,' desires to return especial Monday the 4th day of June, A. D. 1906 nominate candidate for legislaturefrom
within the hours of sale offer Marion county. The primary will _
legal
; will be
i progressive, fanners in OUS Railroad Collission. he ; to the'Ocala Lodge..of. Elks for and expose for sale at thesouth be held under the rules and call as _
bla.cf section of Florida c > as editor of for first and
any published primary the
door of the court house In Ocala
Lib._.aee: what It 'would"cost him As the Dunn llon, Short was backing f'b' use of their. ball for 'the meeting,. Marion county Florida 'and will sell same inspectors and clerks will man

.S.- nt the rural route service to have into Ocala yesterday afternoon a box the Florida State Press association to the highest.and best bidder for age S said primary.
S JOHN M. GRAHAM,
cash the described real
following
i.repairs made: car got loose from an engine near the !' for the splendid manner in which to-wit; protperty Chairman of Dem cratic Executive

S '.time, .for himself and station and proceeded down grade in' had i\ looked after during the Southeast quarter (se 1-4) of south- Committee of Marion. County.

..>,, .,* ... .. ... .. .. ,, .J8.50 the direction of the' incoming train and session; to Messrs. Whitesides west 'quarter (sw 1-4) of section three May 30th 1906. 5

::da/e 'board at hotel while collide just on this side the crossing. Since Benjamin and other members of (3) township fifteen (15) south range :
twenty-three (23) east, situate lying NOTICE.
V* '". ,, *1 .. l.Ou4ay 'The following were passengers on Whereas, refreshment committee for the and being in Marion county. Florida '

&hor efeed.. .. 75 the Dunnellon train: finite wisdom ,manner In which they per- or so much thereof as will satisfy the In the Circuit Court: in and For Marion

Se-S Messrs J< W Pearson. Wake Wells,' from his their, diftlcult' taSk; .to Messrs decree and costs. County, Florida..

S .t* : .. .. .. .. .. .. .$5.25 W. T. Farrar. of.the-" International Har- friend and Camp .and Pierce for, the use of Special JOSEPH Master in H Chancery.BELL. In Re Estate of-A.' C. Johnson .

kh the rural carrier service he vester Company and Mrs. Tignor. of "the Key" boats on' Silve '.Springs, and to Hocker & Duval Solicitors for Com Notice is hereby given that on the

: > have this piece of maChinery sent Ocala, and W. P. Speisner. of Chester be it W. H. Clark especially'U tor suerIntend1ng plalnants. 45COMMISSIONER'S 5th day of December, A. O. 1906, .

.n at a total expense of not over S. C.Mr.. Resolved the same; to Messrs -- undersIgned administrator of the _
'
SALE. will
estate of A. C. Johnson. deceased.
at.for' the round trip. Wells and Mrs. Tignor jumpedoff ciation. That Rawls and others who aid .present my final return accounts and

wpose,a number, of the family is the train....:Mrs. Tignor had her,face J. T. Ball In making the Wednesday after-' Under and by virtue of a decree i vouchers and apply for final discharge

I The doctor has prescribed for slightly bruised in rolling down an prived of one outing so delightful in every of the Honorable W S. Bullock. I as administrator of said estate.F. .
of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of M. TOWNSEND
St ?*&ti atthe: bottle of medicine embankment; Mr Wells escaped unhurt respected ; to Mrs. E. L. Carney, Mrs. Ma- Judge Marion .
the State of Florida in and for Administrator of the Estate of A. C.
; ."Via,, be lefllled; the mail carrier Florida of.a Howse-Stovall and others who as- County, in Chancery, rendered on the Johnson deceased. 6 1 6n 5

l.7tt: to town, states the case to i Mr. Speigner had his left hand cut zen. Be ItResolved in serving the refreshments; to 3rd day' of May A. D. 1906, in a certain Martin, May 28th.906.. '

c -.'-'doctor has the prescription re- with broken glass and received a blowin David S. Williams for ;various cause in said Court pending S
; wherein Samuel P. Johnson is defendant -
: and brings it back the next the chest Mr. Farrar had his ankle Ihe bereaved ; especially to Messrs Ge- and Thomas F. Johnson, Eliza NOTICE.In .

S r Possibly with further Instruc- sprained and Mr. Pearson was severely sincerest: Condon ., and Pike for the ex Taylor and Mary E. Taylor are defendants the Circuit Court of the Fifth.Judi-

.S Jt'om the physician. very de- Jolted. they jave music; to Mrs. Byrne we, the undersigned commissioners clal Circuit of Florida in and for..

H _..vtnr Drs. Powers\ and Smith were summoned and in the her sweet songs; Mrs. Powers for I June 1906. will at sell the on south the door 4th day'of the of Marion County-In Chancery. _

: i farmer living on the rural route and dressed the wounds of the len upon. the piano recital; the Messrs. Gerig i court house in Ocala, Marion County, Thomas M. Wilson. Complainant. vs. '

-5- 5,17S; takes his county paper, but Injured men. Resolved their clever comic duet which was FlorIda., during the legal hours of sale Mrs Anna Lee Wallace Wadlow..

:- I be! to the daily as welL I of the high .. hit of the evening and to the citi to the highest and best bidder for cash and T. :M.Wadlow Defendants- _

S; __( the assertion that twenty dally. Deadly Serpent Bites. gard' in I of Ocala generally for their liber- the wit:, following described- S property, to-' : Order for Constructive C .
In India as are stomach Service.
S _Me taken along the rural routes : are as and common liver disorders with us. For [by fellow and courtesy to the Florida State Nqrthwest quarter of southwest 'S S

bta county where one was the latter however. there is a sure tions be association. quarter and west half of northeast 1: It is ordered that the defendantshere S

:. iefr' their establishment. This remedy Electric Bitters r the g.eat restorative the minutes quarter of southwest quarter of section named. to-wit: Anna Lee Wallace
S isatio medicine.of which .S. -A 21 township 11- south, range 26 Wadlow and T. M. Wadlow be and 5
of Increase, holds good with Instructed. ,to I of the southeast
\ of Bennettsville,* S C., says: east; also a. portion they are hereby required to appear to
!IIZ There Is Brown, lly.: L.J : Following5 I Flag. qaurter of southwest quarter of section
farmer ,
: hardly a "They restored my wife to perfect ? "' the bill of complaint in this cause on
.: athe line of these routes In health. after years :of" suffering with \J' ..-<. ;-- 21, township 17 south, range 26 east or before
When ou'rolders' went *Cuba and to-wrt; Begin at southwest corner of 1906.It
torpid
5- county who is. not sub- dyspepsia and a chronically Monday, the 2d day of July, .
a health was the most the, lot known as the Church LOt
Electric Bitters cure chills and S Philippines. is further ordered that a copy of
: s'-to that paper. He gets it regu- |liver. malaria.. biliousness lame back. consideration. Willis T.Iorgan thence run west 6.23 chains to edgeof this order be published once a week
fever
S : _, *err Friday! morning.tHe doesn't kidney, troubles and bladder disor- retired commissary sargeant clearing given as the forty line, for four consecutive weeks in the Ocala

::to_ bitch up a teanf and go toP'ce ders. Sold on guarantee by Tydings : S. A., of Rural Route No. 1. Con. thence north 4 chains, thence north Banner, a newspaper published in said
S druggists Price.50 ct!. m N. H., says: "I was two years in 54 degrees 15 minutes east 2.55 chains, county and state.
Co. The next
& ,
every Saturday to-see IfS ; and two years Ia the "Philippines thence north 26 degrees 45 minutes This 31st day of May, 1906.
.:; has come Verr frequently Memorial Services. election of being .subject .to jcoldstook Dr. east 1.70. chains f thence ,north 10 degrees (SeaL S. T. SISTRUNK ,
_
: .. .. itona'a throw of his door Is Mr. J. W. New Discovery for Consumption east 1.25 chains; thence Clerk Circuit Court Marion County,
!*RbOZ. and he Record kept me in perfect health. And : north 17 degrees thirty minutes west .Florida. By H. C. Sistrunk. D. .C. _
can tell by the Sunday, June .3, President Jefferson In New .Hampshire, we find It' 3 chains; thence north 40 degrees 45 0. T. GREEN.. Complainant Solicitor. \
.9C the Hula flag on ,it whether Davis' birthday at 4o'clock ia the name of C. medicine than any in the world minutes west 3.32 chains, thence north 6-1

S Mfcffier has left him anything at the Baptist church memorial of the for coughs... colds, bronchial" troubles 6.50 chains to forty line thence east .

I N. capitulate I shall use the words afternoon, held to honor Mr. L. J. all lung diseases. Guaranteed at 2.&5 chains, thence south_ 25 degrees 30 MASTER'S SALE. .
will be '
services Tydings & Co.. druggists. Price 50 cts. minutes east 90-100 chains, thence -
S 5: -?,John E. K e1fe. of the Ortonvilla the living and to commemorate the Harris of $1.00. Trial bottle free. m south 5S degrees east 4.50 chains Under and by virtue of a final decree _

; ) Journal, in a paper readS ) dead heroes of the Southern Confederacy ers, thence south 33 degrees east 3.30 rendered on May 28th. 1906. In a
; Cnt *essk>n of the Minnesota S addresses Editor's Freedom of Speech Assured. chain thence south 8 degrees 45 minutes suit wherein J. M. Meffert was complainant -. _
: Association enthusiasm _. east 3 chains, thence South 20 degrees and Wilton 'Myers et us. _
: survivlngr veterans the Daugh- minutes west 4.40 chains, "
The 45 master
: The Georgian', Atlanta's new paper, were defendants/, as special
ura! >ken in the
S S free delivery has not only ters of the Confederacy their friends, editor for thence south 25 degrees east 1.26 appointed therein will offer for sale
life of Its
the
insured
S the circulation of the dally especially the young and they has chains, thence west 1.59 chains. thence ,before the court house door in the city
and the public, This leaves him free to write south 5.68 chains to o. b.. containing -
S *Bd the wealth of the city editor invited to be be i $75,000. p. [of Ocala on Monday July 2. 1906, between _
S k. *&* also people are cordially The j i unreservedly about local evils.-Boston 15.60 acres of dry land. the hours of 11 o'clock a. m and
removed the feature present, and to. bring or send flowersto I Globe. And also, begin at the southeast corner 2 o'clock p. m of said day the follow _

q mmtated against farm life from the church to decorate the graves. secretary of southwest quarter of southwest ing described real property.:

: ; Wlitan standpoint, and has The services will be conducted by theministers unanimous Lockiaw quarter of section 21, township 17 Lots 8 and 9, located In the south-
tb,5 Death From north west corner of the northwest quarter
farmer- Mr. thence
-S boy content to re- churches of Ocala) dresed withBucklen's south range 26 east run
SS_ home of the Hon. never follows an -injury 4.55 chains pond, thence north 82 degrees of section, twentv-six township 13
where and Its anticeptic
oppulence Arnica Salve. 45 minutes west 2.45 chains south, range 21 east containing four
S. flce teign rather than to be Mr. and! Mrs. Bullock\ to Entertain. entown, and healing properties prevent thence north 56 degrees 45 minutes acres more or less. Surveyed by J. R.
.
i ntj la the congested center Journal, blood poisoning. Chas. .Oswald merchant west 2.16 chains. thence 'north Moorhead January 19th, 1905 In Marion -
*Uiea. W. S. Bullock will givea of Rensselaerville. N. Y., writes: minutes, west 2.06 County, Florida or so much thereof -
35
; But, as we have shown. :Mr. and Mrs. president Seth BIrchof this place of 34 degrees the
"It cured be necessary to satisfy
5- chains thence north 11 degrees as may
Gt 1 harmed tha country editor, [ large card party on Thursday evening Mr. the ugliest sore on his neck I ever 30 minutes west 2.90 chains, said decree costs and expenses.W. .

S; 4 field unique and all his June 7, to the young society 'people Lake City saw" Cures cuts. wounds, burns and thence north 18 degrees, east 3.69 K. ZEWADSKI, JR, '

'!ea, be needs no sympathy or of Ocala. at their beautiful 'home on elected sores. 25 cts. at Tydings & CO., drag-ra chains, thence north 40 degrees 45 S Special Master. '-

trIbuto ; gists' minutes, west 5.50 chains thence south W. K. ZEWADSKL
from his city co- Fort King avenue. was I
id their 17.83 chains., thence east 7.70 chains top Complainant's Solicitor.. _
: ; honor will be The next -
make life's Ills bearable To The guests of I
6.1
:o. b.. 6.69 acres; and also, Begin at .
the man with all the daughter, Mica Alice Bullock,and Miss selection northeast corner of above named quar-

S advantages may, well ex-t Louise Scott and her guest MIss Mary meeting of ter-quarter section run thence west NOTICE-Strayed: from. H. A. Ross'residence S_ _

S ; Uselt 14 the language of the Lou Hatchett. of West Palih Beach Springs,. a. S 4.50 chains, thence south 24 degrees 3& 5- May 11. one spotted _
t. minutes east 3.34 chains thence south female. Finder will -
pointer pup
king,5
exclaimed, "The Fla. and Key 11 degrees 45 minutes west 2.39 chains, I
fallen unto we In pleasant and the thence south. 65 degrees 30. minutes please notify M. W. Tompson, at Leroy S
,
S S 'ea I have a goodly heritage" An Alarminq Situation enthusiastic east 3.95 chains, thence north 76.84 Fla.. and receive Suitable reIward. '

thus frequently results from a neglect of respective SEEDS chains to p. o. b.. 2.40 acers; which 6-l-4t S
f thrown In
together a
b&t clogged bowels and torpid .liver until said described lands in a strip 7.70
J rude manner some thoughts constipation becomes chronic.: This cussion Represent the survival of the ettest.4 chains wide on east side of southwest

-j S whfch 'have occurred to meI condition Unknown to. those who use favorite 11&,.becOmethe largest seed; bois in the quarter of southwest- quarter of said .l ; .'
world because oar t '.eds are better Utaaotters. the dry lands. ; A CUIRI.
Jotted down jn the hurry and Dr. King's New Life Pills; the best West won Do you w&i to grow tbe most section. 21 comprise of' Mav. 1906. & AA TEED ;
: htwee times and 'gentlest; regulators of stoinash and A vote of beaatiftl flow ra and the finest Vfgeo Dated this- 3d day BY A
of a very busy bowels. Guaranteed by Tydings & tablet flan bed&edsFerry's.Ifte GEORGE DeVAULT
: I 1beil.ye the! rural free deUvbe Co. druggists.. Price 25 cts. m Petersburg, Rerd Ansaal. free to aUaptiauu. H. F. DOBBINS. BANK DEPOSIT _

: ; tc an important factor Springs for W. G. SHORES $5,000 R. R. Fare Paid. Noses

the boys fro mhavlng a Mrs. D, A. Clark of :Martel has :returned astic D. ft!. FERRY CO. Commissioners. taken on tuition BEST
Duval
Hocker &
Detroit, Mich. earth. Don't delay. Write-clay.
and
y cheapest on
; jiMY the farm. I believe that. from Martel, wh re she has. gretted Complainant's Solicitors. 6ECacI44.Uni : SiNSSCC4.EGE.bces.Ca

ds, In connection with been spending the .past for .;fght.- not have.. S S. ,5-3 .5 5 ,

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Likely' to Still Further Advance.

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'Pale rosins continue to how a weak '
undercurrent and general tendencyto
declines in values. While the losses
E TEAPOT GROCERY
.d' Are not great for the week just ended -
they are sufficient to show that the

tendency. referred to continues and
to indicate that there may be even The Place Where "QUALITY VERNS THE PRICE."
lower values in the immediate future. .

-, For the: week ending last night .. '_ .. n :: __ ___ ,,":: -- .:: :.
iraterwhite declined 15 cents win-
dowglass 20. N. 15, M 15, K 10 cents. .
Receipts at Savannah were not par- ::: .
: ttfcnlarly heavy but the buyersseem OUR BEST -

,,- to feel that sufficient supplies are '...," ...., .". ...-. ,,,
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ahead and consumers generally have "' "' --'. ''.;;-- ;; ,_ .';.',,<, ,' '. -,',<,' \ ,_ ._ .:' .': -- .,
4r :"r"' "" > :, ', 'C' : ':' :;f;
recently shown an Inclination to buy t> ; : : ;
as sparingly as possible and have ap- <,"';: ::: .
z; .aprently satisfied their preying wants.
f As will be seen from the comparative ': :
statement on page 18, pale rosins are
ADV.ERTISEMEN'Tjc
now but little below the prices prevailing E
at this time last year At this ,
time in 1905 though, there was a bull .. ..... .
..... .
.
3: movement already on, natural k conditions I -: 01 ..... '
'were so entirely set aside by the ...... .. "'" : ,. "'i. __ '
Coachman export movement that-trade
'\ did. not know what to expect and : '
:i prices were,:beIng advanced because : \ ]
of the abnormal state of things rather : IS A PLEASED CUSTOMER .
than because of any pressing consumptive

-z.;, though,requirements.prices were but little Despite different this :'*'"; ; "

; iron what they are now water-white :: : : :' h : ;: j.
being grades 35 practically cents higher the and same the as other now. : : : :-. : ; : ;:" .; ':'

I Compared with two years ago though. <
...
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.
.
-J>ale8 are very much higher bringing ::.!.) ......
over (%.00 a round barrel more than ," ......
in 1904 eo that the.present values can i.11 -
hardly be said to be distressingly low. '

_- '; on defer While pales buying there consumers very may long be:will further and probably at any declines rate not We have not the slightest desire to criticise the ,.

time may give new strength to the

s situation.In lower grades there was somewhatof E value of newspaper advertising in whatever, form it
a mixed. movement H advancing. 5 .
-cents, G 10 cents, F 10 cents, E 5 7
r cents, while D and below declined 15
cents. E rosin is now within 10 cents may appear but we do say--and with emphasis too--
of the highest quotation for that grade ::
,, 'during all of the last naval stores year

t flowing Compared its with tremendous the prices a month strength.ago that the best advertisement any business house can

,. quotations are as follows: t
'
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H .......April.$UO'25. May IU5 25.
.,
.a .........4.40 4.50F. have is a well pleased customer. And to please
......... 3.90 4.50 our a
: E........ 3.85 4.35 '
'f 0'D. ........ 1.80 4.00 .
1-1 C-A ...... 3.75, 3080 customers---rich and poor .afike- has been our constant
The advances on'G, F and E within ,


g.t t' pronounced the at even last this better time thirty and quotations as days it though looks have, ahead very there been much quite were for aim since the establishment of our Grocery I i,!

_V them. This is not due to absence of
receipts of them as.every barrel that *
can be raked and scraped together is business in Ocala; in fact .
doubtless being shipped in. Out .of ,
the total sales reported, at Savannah .' ';:. ', .... r-:
'* this week 2.82S were pales 1,357 mediums -
_ =; and 9,641 were- H and Velow.,Receipts : f., -.,'-.."' .i't, ,,';.,_' .
j'k. v"--
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of
rosins at this port are running '
; considerably ahead' _of last year -<,;-'; >:' WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION !- -; -

producers 77.9S9 barrels delivering against stuff 57,460 here due insteadof to Ji1

shipping it to Fernandina or Jacksonville .
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_
as last year. Common rosins E "' <; """ : d-

''=' may continue be said in phenomenal to be prime demand factors and in 'And if goods are not as represented, we refund your money. What;fairer
supporting the pales during their period

the situation of comparative as to the neglect.darker: All qualities in all proposition can you think of than this? ,Talk is cheap; and somotimes i iE ;;J4
could not be better and if pales would
only overcome their lassitude >
brace entirely up satisfactory.the rosin market But .looks would very and be sells a bill of goods but after the sale the goods must "Talk for Them- I

much as though they were destined togo .
the down see-saw
which is not absolutely an improbability -

_ and>> E with at waterwhite'U .-Savannah now at Naval J4.75 returns or not Our Goods 'Talk for Themselves." :: .

Stores Review. -#
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_ th Florida Editor To Visit the : .. .....- .. '' 'ferRoyal ; : : : :::<
Sapphire Country ,::. -:. A FEM OF OUR SPECIALTIES > Jf!
The Florida Press.-Association will ; \.:. .. ? _;; :' '-" : -44 ?-,

-meet in Ocala beginning tonight, and 1 4
4 all members should attend, as many -
important matters are to be consid

.ered.will The be The annual a large indications excursion attendance are of that the "press there Scarlet Canned Goods; Fairbanks Golden


R, will gang"railway leave night and Jacksonville for members the 7:55: o'clock famous of over their the on Sapphire families Thursday Southern -- f T Cottolene, Case &Sanborn Coffees and Teas, Kin- _


Country.to know that The editors Mr. J. C.will Lusk be,rejoiced district Hams :

personally passenger agent conduct of the the Southern trip; and, will will I i. gan & Company's Keystone Pickles and : I

be with the party until the end. ,

t breakfast The train Friday will reach morning Columbia, and will for Sauces Brownie Salmon, Arbucfcle s Ariosa ,Coffee
,
;
reach Hendersonville in time for din- ,
; tier and Lake Toxaway for supper.
; Saturday and Sunday will be spent
,
around Lake Toxaway.'which is one of : Monogram Catsup. ,
the most picturesque spots on the
globe. On Monday the excursionists '
will go to Asheville and Biltmore, and '


'.e then borne if'the they afterwards or meeting desire.remaining of the disband a Press few,days association returning longer, Flour Meal Grits Hay Corn Oats; Bran CowsFeed.

p will be adjourned at noon Thursday in ,
this city In order that those'-whd wish
r to go on the trip to the mountains can
Kr : catch the 1 o'clock train for Jack
sonville. This will"be a most, delightful
trip and all who possibly can should
.. go,on it .
t
r ,
The Florida Press Association will
meet Jn Ocala next/Tuesday, Wednes-
L day and Thursday-. Ocala prepared TEAPOT
EyL to give them a big welcome, and hopes
.. that tJere' will be (;; big attendance.;
.,<." The sessions will'be held in the beautiful i
club rooms belonging to the Elks
; 'which have been graciously tendered
t,, by them to the editors. An interesting n
program baS been arranged..and It IE IUINIIIIIIIIIIINIIIUIW1111111'1111
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